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

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X140 'Q LOVVELL TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE 1895-1975 TAPP gg: V M54 -un, 31 Q., -1- AS,- 'Q Y ,xx ,- "sf sg.- ' ., ' 42-, J fAeriaIs b UNIVERSITY OF LOWELL1975 THE MERCERS Many years ago it began as a dream in minds of certain local politicians who saw it as somewhat of a replacement for those dirty, but historic mills whose business had been lost to the Southern textile industry. Later it was in- troduced into the Massachusetts State Legisla- ture where it was referred to Committee. Thanks to the efforts of the local school ad- ministration and the Lowell Tech administra- tion, with the help of certain State Repre- sentatives in the area, most notably Paul Sheehy of the 31st Middlesex District, it was announced in December, 1972, that there was a good pos- sibility that it would become a reality in the fall of 1974. As it happened, that estimation was premature, in fact, Governor Francis Sargent signed the bill on December 10, 1973. Lowell State College and Lowell Technological Insti- tute officially merged on Iuly 1, 1975 - with a great deal of preparation before that date. Perhaps the instrumental body in guaranteeing a smooth merger was the Merger Planning Board. Appointed in December of 1973, were the following people: Sander Devolve - student, L.E. Beghian - LTI Provost, Pauline Riordan - LTI Trustee, Ioseph Donahue - at- torney, Cerard D'Connor- LTI Professor, Mary McC.auvran - LSC Director of Admissions, Pa- 33 3 aff A f ' A ' , - LSC Dean of Liberal Arts, Frank student, Peter Gam mas - citizen, Rob- Foy- LSC Academic Dean, Mary Flynn - izen . exerpted from the 9117174 Test , r"Merger: Who Makes the Decisions?" s"Last December, Gov. Frank Sargent signed the Merger Bill creating the University of Low ell from LowellTech and Lowell State. The Bill provided for this to happen between january 1, 1975 and luly 1, 1975. Also contained in the Bill was a provision for the Governor to name an eleven-member Merger Planning Board. The Board is made up of 2 Administrators, 2 Faculty members, 2 students, Cone from each schooll, plus 3 people from the general public. The Planning Board's role in the Merger is to co-or- dinate and deal with: A 1.Jthe immediate problems facing the two A schools 2.lmaking recommendations to the new Board ofTrustees concerning some of the short rangeproblems they will be facing." c. All boiled down, theMerger Planning is dealing with almost all problems: ent, academic, faculty, budget, housing, ad- stration, and long-range planning. None of sions are final University Policy, howev- are all recommendations to the new Board of Trustees, as they have final authority.. The Board of Trustees of ULowell, 7517 elected in 1975, are the following: joseph Serio, Chairman, George Chandler, Ming Chen, Richard Donahue, George Doulamas, Armand Lemay, Blanche Fitzpatrick, Angelike Georgalos, Leo Kahn, Cornelia Lelvlaitres, George lvlembrino, jose Ramirez, Pauline Riordan, Frank Talty, Charles Warner, and Elizabeth Williams. The final step in cementing the University was the selection of a new president. For this task, the Presidential Search Committee was founded. The Search Committee, after months of screening canidates, chose Dr. john B. Duff, from Seton Hall in, New jersey. 7 - exerpted from the 1126176 Connector, "The Trustees, in a 17-O unanimous vote elected john B. Duff, President, at the December 17 meeting. The new Lowell Pres- ident was formerly the Provost of Seton Hall as a faculty member and then as Academic Vice President. He is noted as both a historian and an author. Publications include The Irish in the United States and The Naturner Rebellion. His undergraduate studies began at Fordham Uni- versity. He later received his masters in history at Seton Hall and completed his PHD at Columbia University." y k T fnf.-ww 1, 'R J 3 w 5-I if-ve msififilii , 1 ,fs 4 a T,-9,?'., l 1 J 1 - g, . .V .. , V- -1. .. f'f:'24Q'-ff -' ' 'EPE-2355 if .WTTJCT ' h i i' " A A - - V .-:,.f .,.,- .vp . ,,,.,., -. ,,-M: qu, .:..22aeS:,.,.f. . T . . ,- 'rf-2, -ze." Y ,fr ff-,Levy - QV' ' - 5-1 1-L-z-,g 'Q-.fy--. - . V ff 1 V if . . '74 gif!-1' ...Q -, gggiwgygf 2Zf,'5?23?5fg' :'1",1 -' . ' 1 X grew. :,P.f,:..'-v. .-.rv -ucv.-231 -.f l A zv.A.1 ffifp, - -,. Ying,-s ' ,112 3,51-any 1 ,Cp V- , az QF rg-nib? ., ,. v,,,.,,l,l , 5 pr .- X ,,..- .,,,45',.M f. Q- 1 ,I . A' . I ,. .J . , 1. ,,., . . - -,,.-,,. 1. ., . .pw 1 frff. ' from the 2!3!75 Text: "D efi H ins H P YGS i d ent" i i ii Of Respo n s i b i I ity: QQ. la, g sca. r. a i A strong commitment to qualify education forcitizens of all ages residing in the Merrimack Valley and it's environs. 2. A commitment to the building of a strong un- dergraduate University but with emphasis on those areas of graduate training which, firstly, serve to strengthen the under-graduate pro- gram, and secondly, are especially appropriate to the needs of the local geographic area. 3. An ability to function as an effective and responsible leader in an atmosphere of partici- pating democracy, embracing students, faculty, administration, alumni, trustees, legislators, local leaders, and the public. i 4. An ability to deal forthrightly with immediate problems and to formulate long-term plans for growth and development. 5. A commitment to an environment for research as evidenced by significant publica- tions, invited papers, and funded research. Acommitment to equal opportunity and af- ative action. r Evidence of a quest for intellectual values the joys of the intellect. ability to achieve rapport with faculty and 9. An ability to initiate and stimulate new existing concepts. b Potential Problem Areas: 1. Combining two faculties, which to some ex- tent have been oriented in different areas ofim- portance Cie. technical vs. liberal artsl. 2. Equalizing work loads and pay scales. 3. Combining two separate physical plants. . 4. The necessity to make adjustment in the tran- sitional years without sacrificing effective lead- ership forthe longer term goals. Qualifications: Minimum tall of equal importancel q 1. An earned doctorate in a discipline taught in one of seven colleges that will compromise the University. However, when a candidate with equivalent qualifications should also be con- sidered by evidence of distinguished scholarly or intellectual achievement, such as publica- tions, equivalent qualifications should also be considered. 2. Demonstrated ability as a high level adminis- trator in an area of public service, including knowledge of an experience with organizations of a similiar magnitude and complexity as the University. 3. A demonstrated capability to work effectively with a State Legislature and a Governor's office to secure the public funds necessary to finance 37 . L ' 2: sa: 1492- 'Wt lg.:-f' l ' xl: ':.---11:4-f1:Qq4g1g,f,w4-gas! ,lf "' f.,wfr'-7' -' Mgillg-f-, . f ,- - i7"P"vs+"'1'16u, Pa sy: 7'f35?5?fzJ"f'lf?-'VFU-. 2" -f 7'f'we2ff'25l'27-ff? il. 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Administrative experience at an executive level in a publicly supported institution of higher learning Cif possible, a rapidly develop- ing institutionl. T b. Articulate the aims and needs of the Univer- sity to diverse and sometimes critical audiences. Interview with Merger Planning Board member - exerpted from 6!27!75 Text: t Text: How do students at State view the merger? FT: Well, probably more passively than the students at Tech do and probably not quite as negatively as Tech students do. State students look at the merger in it's most negative sense as an inconvienience. They are worried about mo- bility, the accessibility of their teachers, whether they'll have to walk a mile to class, are they going to have ten minutes to get between campuses? Some students are looking forward totaking classes at Tech such as Economics or the Computer Sciences The Tech curriculum rth e most part is held very h :gh by th e State ' ents. . . at least those I know. 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V ,. -o a o o fi 'K ' SSI G POSITION 35 SUCK COD ICT SGH E1 G p if- A .., . ,. ,, ,,,.f.'1,, , -' 1' f ' f fffffiffi 3:2 ' ,Q I .Q . ...f... ,- -.zfffz ffl."-,.'f?Ef-"i-L1 , ff".'i.3"'l- if f.".'.1Z . - Jw Pb' J. Es-"2Ff1'f.3 7' " .,. .,, . . .,. .. 'ek' ""'::v'ff. ini. I:f2,,!,- .,', ,,P- -4 ,f,,?fg2i'5F4J11':1'?" '5'iJ,-ff, '1 .. ' ' " , ' .YL .4 .-, ,,4 ...gf .,.,.4, fi .- .. h ind rance? i ihii i i FT:cWell what you have are allegiances and alli- ances and of course, you have leaders and they too, have alliances and allegiances, so there is a whole stringof connections between adminis- trators, politicians, local leaders, and people of that nature, that are trying to exert a certain amount of influence on the University. At one extremeis the person who feels this is going to be a University of such academic excellance that Ulvlass will start cringing, while on the other side you have people who are looking at the University as a job bank. 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Since UMass at Amherst has many more applicants than it can presently accept, UMass campuses of ULowell and SMU would . . rival Amherst and Boston in size and attractiveness". SMU has already openly opposed the UMass merger proposal by protesting at the State House. This proposal would give UMass at Lowell an ex- tremely prestigious position, for a change, while upping the school population considerably in the approaching years. This proposal also calls for one Board of Higher Education to control all 31 State- Run Campuses. The Governor and Secretary of Edu- cation would then have a larger part in naming Chief Executive officers and board members. This proposal would not take effect however until 1976 after LTI and LSC merge. MERG ER HEADLINES TH E ERG ER: REVIEWED The Presidential Search Committee: Part I POST MERCER DIFEICULTI ES For about a year, this state and most of this country have been in a recession. During this recession many people have been laid off which means they are not being paid and the state cannot tax them. As a result, the state has less money to give to the University of Lowell than was expected. In the original concept of the merger of LSC and LTI, the new school would have more students and more money than the two schools put together. This is why the admission department expanded the combined population by 1200. In August, the Trustees found themselves in a very uncomfortable position. They had the extra students al- ready signed up, but did not have the extra money. In fact, they had less money than last year. The State's fiscal situation is so bad that Ulowell must get along with 10"!0 less money for the first semester this year than LSC and LTI spent in the first semester last year. In order to stay within its new budget, the ULowell could not hire any new full-time faculty members. As a result teachers who had been promised positions and some whose contracts had been signed were not hired. STUDE T MERGER ' With the official merger of LSC and LTI, the Cooperation Committee is now a focal point on the two cam- puses. The purpose of the committee is the effective merger of the two student bodies and all rights, ser- vices, and activities of the students. The committee does not, however, confine its scope to what other seg- ments of the college view as student problems. All facets of college life that exist now at either school must be investigated by this committee. Obviously, manpower and brain power are needed. I'm sure there are many of you who are first realizing the need now. Everyone has something to offer. The decision as to when we, the students merge is now being made. If you are interested in: -- What type of Student Government do you want? Merger Last December University of State College. and july 1, 1975. IV LEAR T0 I - What will we use the extra Student Union for? IL - What type of College Government do you want? -- Do you want to pay a 5570.00 Student Union fee? S. Lf:---g-:Y 7-7 1 42 MERCI C ALC THE TH LETIC , MERCER With Lowell Tech and Lowell State initially trying ,to merge into one University and campus, the -thought comes to mind about whether or not the ltwo schools can possibly merge their respective lphysical education departments, never mind the two schools academically. , First off, the problem with distance arises, The Merger Planning Board hasn't even developed an .idea of transportation between the two campuses. fThis will generate apathy and a lack of interest not to lmention no support among the student body. With tithe merging of the two school's atheletes there will be numerous cuts by the University's Teams dis- :couraging many good chances and lowering the :chances of a student partipating in Varsity Athletics 'i i ' i i lfho Makes The Decisions? l-Jvernor Frank Sargent signed the Merger Bill creating the Iwell from Lowell Technological Institute and Lowell 'he Bill provided for this to happen between lan. 1, 1975, v IL I i Cronin Checks up on the Merger Secretary of Education, joseph Cronin, visited Lowell State and Lowell Tech last Wednesday to check on student reactions to the merger. Mr. Cronin stated that the merger timetable is on schedule with the admissions offices from both schools com- bining beautifully to initiate the incoming Freshmen class for next fall. This class will get their first taste of university procedure, since they will be making applications to the Uni- versity of Lowell, instead of LTI and LSC. There will also be some changes made in some courses. For example, the Music, Nursing, and Liberal Arts programs will undergo a gradual growth, while the computer and science fields are slated for "explosive growth". Also, there will be additional courses established for the older crowd. This is all a 5-10 year projection made by Secre- tarv Cronin. In the line of projections, Cronin also said that within 6-8 months, Governor Sargent would appoint a new Board of Trustees, who would then commence a search for the President of the University of Lowell. The search, beginning around january, will probably take about 3 or 4 months. ' EQuALoovERNANcE ' Some people consider the concept of equality a radical one. But what really can be more conservative than the traditional established principle that all people simply because they belong to the human race, should be entitled to equal consideration and care. ERSITY GF LQVVELL NC. H0 l l URVIVE Ml 1 43 f Zeng 1 v -, p A 1-,Q-Q 7521 i-Q21 QS ,fqafyg ,sam w i ' .. T NAM: Q r f 4 Q -'Q M-.. .. 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A' 'nm' frs-if 'fin'-4-'ci-D '-fi?1..vfgf' "Jw rqxsfz, fi? 4' if -.4 11"-V A f.-,,f:.Q-'ft ,i, LA 4 1 I ,- .J , - J ,I-,Jv :-qg-.il pg: 5 ' 15524 Qijf I ,f4a1Qa,, .I 4.1 I 25?,ffp,- an ',,.f,'-rf '- 5' ' 1 ' -' ,. e . H IVTU'-:ft "Q: iQ fl' I "-L3-'ICVBQI v , 3' 'SV aff, 3fi""fflrfJ'.,: 5-jjfr H?"-','-1? -- ff- Jn, ,A , ,,,,5,pQ,, vi :mf ff 'I ir' -7' 7nP'is?"' ' 1 ,X 1 . ,x4", Ava? v- J-pr'fe,nZ"',1mf . i f ff j' ,ff iff pp gvjllrfffx u f ... c ge 9' figs-ffiaffih, ' 1 4 jr up THE YEAR IN REVIEW EEEEEE ff' r I BER ff rge r D iffi c u I ti e s 'IEE I II I ?Wellcome Class of '79 ok sto re B I u e s B -:cg-. ,L -- 5- , , , s fgUndergraduate Academic Policies Arlo in Concert ULowell Sinks in Economic Quicksand Super Bus Sojourn '76 is on it's Way Why is it WLTI? I OCTOBER I Wakeman - Dazzle or Fizzle? Career Day ls Dukakis Being Fuelish? The Regatta I Dean King Criticized How 'Bout Those Red Sox? VVhat's Happening? Campus Blood Drive Happy Halloween NOVEMBER Dylan Comes to Lowell Mailboxes, New Bookstore Coming to South The Presidential Search ,Mo Udall Visits ULowell nl Increase P ro m i ses R ev erb eratio n s Vines Fleming Takes National Title Tu rkey D ay D EC EM B ER I Presidential Search C-rinds On .,-2f an ta K n ap p ed, n ecto ry X-M as Li st is c i stm as 84 H ap py N ew Year ,"" ff I"I I Iiil I - e sid Smit I gjon Ice Campaign Appearance FEBRUARY Meal Plan Taxed Parking Lots Revisited y Grand Opening of Gallery 410 ULowell 1st Black Belts Be My Valentine Where has all our Money Gone? Responsibility is Awareness Lowell Sequicentennial MARCH No More Bands in the Rat Count Dracula Comes to Lowell Busses are Now Free St. Patty's Day Hotlines for Help March Break- Fly to Bermuda 55 Days til Graduation Baseball Team Wins 4 Straight in Florida University Week We're Really Not That Apath etic No Yearbook in '77 APRIL' Upper Towers Decision Stahley Repeats All-American Performance Spring Elections Doug Henning Comes to Lowell ULowell jazz Festival '76 H ap py Easter Questioning Cumnock SeniorBlues WE NO GO 355.00 to Drop Spring Carnival 84 james Montgomery Band - Best Ever! MAY South Campus Mailroom Completed Track Team Excells Finals Schedule Screwed Up The Caterers Student Demonstration Presidents Medals Sojourn '77 is on it's Way Senior Split 1stCommencement- University of Lowell Farewell to Seniors 1 i RE' 47 3 ,, . ,,A, , 953 ' " ' f:-2 .Ia---'rfz-f QI ngaff A. . r . ::'iff5,' .M 1.-vf-..2 l.L4-- my -.w'1.-fx,- -W, fd- .4 ' ff-- . 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There is no Republican, no Democrat, on the Fourthofluly - all are Americans. . And on july 4, 1776, 56 serious-minded and dedicated men signed their names to a simple, impassioned document which they had named the Declaration of Independence. They were fully aware ofthe fact that this document would either bring freedom to all Americans, or .else it would leave all 56 of them hanging from a gallows, to prove that their dream of national sovereignty had been a folly. Dnly time would tell - and it did. 7 So in this year, 1976, we celebrate our nation's D 200th birthday. Happy Birthday, America. ZZ f . -. Q' .,.':-www.-H. -a--7,-at-1-wi.. ' - v ,'.1z.l'-Il7Z1f,'2?':.'. V-1111151 -1 ' ' 2 57" "3 2. l Q51 -1i'2.f-, Q' 4 , ' D. 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'dwg ' 'vi i ieee i ' ff i :ji :Cf ,i a i If L me f 1 5- 5 dl- .J T They built the bridge so It would stay, and not like The first bridge, be washed Away. 52 They soon did harness the waters, and Built a good strong dam, soon after a Mill, where the grinding of corn began And soon they enlarged the mill, and I think l read that they also built A still. 3 if 'Tis the man who is left that gives To history its future trend. Not the best of our brave youth Who in battle to preserve our Way of life come to a violent end 54 'u ,ki . - y ,U - ' A 991432455 Q W- N G5 '1 . 3 . ,JF 3111--' 8 ' , ip W " . , L azz L. Q 1:5 5 15 ' mm . '-I ' if 4' ,,. V. g 'f5" ' f 'f Wa v: 1" f . , , .cs 521 , Y ,Mr K 1 A V , , V 1 . . ' .' Q2 F , f 29531: " ,1 t j g - 2,5 -3' .Lu .V-..1l., A ,.k....i 1 15. 5 zu. ..1 .:gZf1?hg ,E ie' ,- 1. V 1. H wjqz'-hi:,,y-N-A" fag ,HAL u 55 , z,,,' nwfw a VJ 1, 'Wi K tx-K 1' "' 5...-..-all E ai? She trudged into town with Her man by her side, beside A team of weary oxen, who Where brought into Boston, on A wild New England tide. Always she encouraged him, And boosted his Yankee pride. 56 Not one of these brave men were afraid As they loaded their muskets, advanced And stayed in line as though as on parade. And our fifers-- Buttrick and Blanchard These young lads, were there and handy- And they played our favorite tune "Yankee Doodle Dandy." A , I W' 'A" F2-as xr' , 1 ' " A ' -fe if ,x w 1 Q 4 '-5. , .4 ,- x 4 " c ,s 'E w gg .ff ll" 5? fs z "" .nt J, QW 'X l 1 1 s 5.6 w MBE. sf-34:4 4' - 4:-If ww . My Jga, SI f . M . 25' WV J' ,+ 5 W' ,N J A 1 Tf"' T' " 'TTT . y Q , Q 'Jf"'E' g,..- ,W : if' he LJ' A 4. A P' u. ' 5, i 5f,v5S-fri' sl-'vw . .,., nh' :A Q a 4' . ,z .V JT o ,, ' -1 sf Q1 ,xk!,,:'2.: g-iLl2 9 They wore jackets of scarlet, and Trousers of red, and paraded with A firm measure of tread, while their Shiny bayonets filled the enemy With dread, and they clicked their Boots so shiny and black before They launched an attack But on that day in old Concord, one Could tell from the start, it was Not the uniform that would win this Battle, but our brave embattled farmers With their love of home and courage Of heart. Never before had the king's troops Been looked in the eye, and dealt Such a blow like a bolt from the sk 1 Y, Y Or faced such determination in every e U.S.S. Constitution "Old lronsides" 1797 The young men of Massachusetts, were if of age to go to war, just as much at home on the sea, as on land. 1 KX t 1 Q . W X. ff ,. W! 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CY lv' M1496 V ,lbhi if 7 C Mc fd 9? sf! fPhotos by Brian Kneppl - April 19,1775 Thus the first day of our Revolution Was spent in jeers and tears, and before The tyrant king would give up the fight, lt would take eight long and bloody years. 64 I' 'I 1 . 3 . .- V 1 ' - I f 1 f-..V0 5, I .Q A 21 as. F. . 1 .zz 5 ,J-A fi A ,L , 1 . 3 ..-Q ."'f ' ,r, . J' . v . - U-. -"' 6 A 'iff ',' x ' I , --,a A .-.yu-, :W ' . - -. .Q , 5""" +1-N A n '13 ..,.,,.4v.1P' ,' f- ' 'I 1-'ff'-Y ms Ai- .x I - -, f egg W .3 A. 'A . A ,mf ,Q ' ' ' . x 'H -' f f- Q'-, . . Q-, 'ri 1-413' X V ,A Riplfkkfpx "f Q- -up 1 I -. '..'..',4iA'E.'.4Q W1,t, 5' an ,A,,K,,. ' ' QW, '-'l..,..r .v- . Q N Y .1 f - ,J 4-z--wh--"""',, -X. ' 4" U 2-.5-'vw ' 'A ' , 5 . , , . -. - . ,. f . .r Q' ,A b. N ,yin , 1. 4, -ff " - ' -N156 ' k f. I .. X ffmi' ' ' Q I " . .. . 4 4' ' Q.-V53 .Q Nav-W ' Mg, . , ' -f- Q ' I N, ff I' .mis 5 6, 'ff --- f A "' ' W ' , 1 's-7.1, '- 4 .f - V I . 4 . . 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YARN DYEBS AND BLEACHERS Cotton 'Ball Warp and Skein! Silk and Artificial Silk ' Specialty Colors Fast to Bleaching Mercerizing and Cross Dyeing - - My, '-v. American Dyewood Company DYEXVUOD EXTRACT S ANILINE ct0ll13lflsi'llND INDIGO New York Philadelphia A Boston Q Hamilton, 0nt. , ..,. . fi,1v -. , ..., . tn V- 4 v ' ""l"T"2L3- T H Q ' U E-i' 'Q 1 ll oo ertothe ner to i 5 ' l 1 .t Tim if mln- gn-:ttaxt fzncturv vlcvxxmr the world has vu-r fs-un, i ii""'4'f,g V l It I9 l'itll1'1lTHE RIDCWAY STEAIVFHYORAULIC- i 3 . - lf as za pvxh-vt HYDRAULIC rl:-mtl-r that suns xuth--ut xx Q Q' 1 1 ' I bum? LY :xttmctimc dxretlly tu, flu- mtlmms' wtnuun Imllcr ut ilu' 1 3 I t.at'mr-. L 4 4 -, l o.-y.,.-f1-nu--'w--mocwlxv STEAM-HYoRAul.sc . ' l I " E R tn um nl xntuznllv nu rum, At,Nuluu'lb' mul -,sm .. ,4 EL VATO , I , fl T , 5-mm' Nu xfgmlh Ana'N1n'4rl Rmv- ulnu llu- 4-m'mv -.huh , "fu ' 1 t - K it rim-.tl and nm .4 v-lwrl turmmx lu slum, A8501-UTE gy' ' l PERFECTION IN ELEVATORS- AND N0 PAY - --f UNTIL IT MAKES GOOD. l7oublaEwod I-.1--.mum .um In---1-vu an mmlw r.m,.m-. :nt-m.tl lamtme .tml Direct Acllng Ellvalof ilu-nlplmut Nt-xx l'.mLl.nxul. flgygioy SAklIL4lWl'Ql.l. 5ll'Jl'5 Smal IJYWI-,l.l. lllF.-'kk'lll-,RY :nu 1-qxzqtltt-fl t-.nh Ruluu.n ln?-x.tt.-1-. KnwM'l'll1t'uxt-lx if--wwe It llxrr yuuty vu uf-fl .tll 4-wx :hu Mull. CRAIG RlllGVVAY IQ SON CU., C021l'L:SVlllC, l'il. IIIXXIIIIK xnmn- m num um: kxmx I i l w 55' 'N wi -5 " Lowell Textile School was incorporated in 1895 and formally opened on january 30, 1897 for the purpose of instruction in the theory and the practical art of textile and kindred branches of industry. Initially, the school awarded only certificates and diplomas. However, because of it's rapid growth in size, prestige, and scope of curriculum, in 1913, the school was granted the right to confer 4-year degrees in textile en- gineering and textile chemistry. 1 67 1 K x 1 V ll ii F QU 11 1 w 1 i I I' ' ,M I ' , "' my ,J In 1928, the name was changed to Lowell Textile Institute to in- dicate more fully the collegiate status of the institution. Continued growth resulted. in further diver- sification of the areas of specializa- tion, and in view of the greatly ex- panded scope of the engineering program, the name of the college was once more changed in 1953 to Lowell Technological Institute. ....- V A. 0 ' 5415" .3531 ' a ,Y .. 3. Jig," -E ,i A 1-1' Q -W 'RZ 'xii H fs' I 4 V A -'A -ii ' Q' r irfr-ff-55' 1 ff 1- it gr fs 'W '- f . , 69 iw rf! f' 1 g 5' 1 f F 5 , as f Cr' xi 5 5 'f Q 'E gf: I -if 5 W " W I 1' 1 Q-4... ,...a-v .f--a.,mM Ax 'f 4 VA I UU I lf.. '?"v 'Q ii-if V925 5 1 I 5 gg I L L l S .Hi , W 4 -mf. l Q3.i,,..,,' , 5:5 , -agsfvzbg ' ws-vs-mgyig 1 A "2 1, . 7:1 " www F 'M J-TF. ' - sf! 4 ."i at :Aw f' . -1 wf ww. .G sf '.'f'l D Q ff' --f . f'N .. .... .,.. .-.M ...W 'Uhr W .. as. 15, fp X Q A -RAWP3' Ni The first building erected was dedicated in 1903 as the gift of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Frederick Fanning Ayer, a memo- rial tb Royal Southwick, ancestor to Ayer and at one time a leading tex- tile manufacturer and public figure. Kitson Hall and the Falmouth build- ing were both erected in 1903, and later enlarged by the state. Louis Pas- teur Hall, the last of the four buildings' forming the Quadrangle, was built in 1910 with funds provided by the state. This structure, originally called the Colonial Ave. Building, and only one story high, was largely planned and designed by the engineers of the school. 70 Varna Bn -. ifiaiiff. Q QQ., 108-. E 'NJ HE +223 . Ns, ' f' 'I f 5- ' Q " '- QL- . Q ,- K' 44-F," nl- Fr, . ' . V- .217 4 ,v .4 A n nh 5 13 , F S f 4... ' ,' 1 l I R . 1 :ij -'1 L. 1 f ,Q "' , ' 'M , f t I s' f-3 ag 1.5. 1 ' 9 fi H ,Q " , ,. 4: , " ,,,nv" . ' "'-J fi , 'kli- 1 .Qi 1 71 J ':. Jw ' lx . v' X 7 Ax W' ' V my ix B . ,- . ,i L , . 5' . r! ,, 9 W , 5314? r 599 . If . . .1.-NWA' ,Il Wu.. ' ' TNQ f fx:-In . ntl. 6 A. ' -fi '5??Q?E?"' ffl' fi. ' 1 ' wg- "3 " nf g,,,, ii .J i 5 if 1 f 9 5 ., ,T .h G' ss, I af, f v Mfg., f C- pw W! 'N , .xi t ., M.,- rt ,. '. V Y 4 A N, r t ' 1 ., 91 TL ..::g1.,. Q 11 .- " X' . -D A U 5 16, ' - . I 5 W ., 5,5 in , ' ,....M.- 41 C ., 72 W 1 , L ,ai 4 .vi l,-ilu , .,,. N 1 Malay- ,I I 'sv 9- ' gy I l .f , .il X E' ' 'hx f , ,f . A ,,. . gy V .W . hi 'v m :F P' . . uf: qi 1. ' J: Y. '-- 1 TIT kwa, lv q'.,,Qlf,flki-xt 1 ill? 5Qmc'a'll'4 " rg, ifl?'.'!:'3mlji1lL: ,yr ..-41" g 4 yt .ff li, ." The Massachusetts State Normal School at Lowell was established by an act of the General Court of the Commonwealth on january 6, 1894. Reflecting the educational philosophy and ob- jectives ofthe late nineteenth century, .the institution developed a two-year program in elementa- ry education which would provide "the most thorough knowledge of the branches of learning required to be taught in the schools, the best methods of teaching and the right mental training". 73 V., Three-year music and elemen- tary education programs were initiated in 1912 and 1927 re- spectively. The music education program was then extended to four years with the first baccalau- reate degree granted in 1929. ln 1932, the institution was made a four-year college and became the State Teachers College at Lowell with the right to confer the baccalaureate degree in both music and elementary educa- tion. 1he college received per- mission in 1959 to offer curricula in secondary education and the following year to initiate pro- grams in liberal arts. From 1960 to 1967, the school was desig- nated as the Massachusetts State College at Lowellp it was then renamed as Lowell State College. -.-,....... . ww. l x '-'M xv' 4 ' ' , a w 1 4 xx 1 4 fl' - v3 ' x 1 4 if 3 4 n ' . , . 1 ' - '-X x , ' - '31 x Q. 'give -av. ' Q '-2' -in ..: 45, N, 0 ax ,,. H1 .ve - 1 'Hb' D -ns. aq. ,' Sax 1 , 1e1,.,,v - ,f -fxmxfi.. JM.. v I , 14' ,, ml . L , . di: 'LA ',. .-1" ... 75 J xx f mfr ,-wa. 4 0 If r . i 1 f' I 'dw P 35 lf f 1 1 . 1 Q , ' "' PF' f, 1. 76 li ef ff c K i'if'4 - 1 'g ' 54' - J' 1 . F- 'LAM " vt- ' 2 'U -in "' .- : f N f .Q ' ' - . 4. - c ' A is . 3' r A W -C+--i A iw - 1 " - ,. ., . A ' 1 H 1mQ?".1- ' Q- . .. Qi, .1 -..D , 24 ,, 3' gt if: Ti +A: iff" K. l ,. , -q . . . Q...... ...- ...WW . - ... .,.. vcr' V M., . Y. f , . . ,.- All buildings on campus except the SUB have been named for past presidents ofthe college. The original building at the corner of Wilder and Broadway streets was dedicated to Frank Coburn who vgis principle of Lowell High School prior to being selected as the first President of the Lowell Normal School. 1 S 77 ,, r , I 1. I 78 -ig Anti? -4- ,ff an -Qu -. -Q i f.. f 4 H f r if .5'5l:T'- ' i 'ts .. .M ' ' '.r 'Ji-, ,,, ' . is Q 'lb l - 1 'Tl The merger of Lowell State and Lowell Tech brought together a predominently liberal arts college with one that stressed the sciences and engineering. The resultant University of Lowell offers degrees in the following areas: T' A . College of Applied Health, Health. Education, Health' Service Administration, Medical Technology, Nursing. T - College of Education, American Studies, Art, Biology, English, Environmental: Science, French, History, Math,'Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish. T ' . College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil' Engineering, Electrical Engineering, lndustrial Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Plastics Technology, Nuclear Engineer- ing. M A College of Liberal Arts, American Studies, Art, English, French, History, Modern Language, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish.. ' a P College of Management Science, Accounting, Economics, Management, General Business, 'lndustrial Management. A ., College of Music, Music Education, Musicology, Music Theory, Performance. ' College of Pure 84 Applied Science, Biological Science, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Meteorology, Physics, Radiological Health Physics. . ri so J 5 FF . I f 11-, , fs. ,,,3 W , 'zyzx-Q-, 1 W nl S., , , -- fr' M,-xf ' TV' J fb Mew Y it 9 VR' . 'N--A - ' -r Q s ww - h x s -. ' A i? - ' 4 'PK . X, 4 . "X ,N ..,,' ,'5F'-f- V ,, . 'M1 Ab"'k" ., 'i'+.,,n'? - 1 v ' - - 'QV' ' "Q 'Sf 'F' " "V w , M . ? 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The early history of this region is identified with the town of Chelmsford of which it was for many years a remote part. At that time only a settlement existed here supporting itself through home handicrafts and fishing. The 32 foot Pawtucket Falls led to a selection of Lowell as the site of the first and most intensified effort to organize a modern American industrial city. Francis Cabot Lowell known as the originator of American cotton manufacturing, planned the cotton mills built here in 1822. The first cloth was manufactured at the mills in 1823, and in 1836, the town was named for Lowell and incorporated as a city. A monument in front of City Hall honors three Lowell men who were the first Northerners killed in the Civil War. Lowell was the birthplace of David Neal, a renowned artist, and of james McNeil Whistler, the world-famous painter and etcher. Whistler's home is now a museum that also serves as a meeting place for many organizations. Humphrey O'Sullivan, the inventor of rubber heels and William Henry Cardinal O'Connell are two more distinguished sons of Lowell. For more than a 100 years Lowell domi- nated the woolen and cotton textile indus- tries and was knows as "the Spindle City". - After 1924, however, many of the textile fac- tories moved to the South. Today, the city's major industries include printing and publishing, and the manufacture of textiles, garments, shoes, leather, chemicals, and electronic products such as radio and pho- nographs. Lowell has a city-manager form of govern- ment with a population of roughly 95,000 people. D 97 NU BB X . 5:E,t,,L . ' .N v f,f'ffr.g ,f -h .-.. 1 Wax- " 1' X ,' Ar- ,K . , ., , , R . . .Au W!!! Dormitory Hassles r Student Demonstration " . J' Q ' 4 H . 4 a .F E 9' 3 4 'fa 8' ' fs 4 ?' .dl , as V Y N 5-sa ?m'Y ....,,i.,1-MI' The Scandel Sheet The Registration Blues 'Wm fa.. gil -1 'ui Jil Hisq , : l , 's ll ., . 1 l f." , ual 11 f' ESE 1 gg: 4 A sa,..4.t...wff,Qf' a .- Si, ... L92 3' 5. ' ,Z 1 021 ?1f . ,Q A -ff--'f3'f-G? f' J ' L-D , In' . 55' . re' w " Y I -,Jim '. I l t- "-1-te?" ' Z'-3 ,M-fvi.'5 :M-K - 'I f.. :fl ' , r'-'Lb' ,fl ' ff . Lv- L,.g1:iAf-w A-3. s-F " '1 . . ,- - -.-., -. '-x .30 . -,. ,e. , 2 ,., - ..,- , .. . 555.41 Lf DQ f' fri . ' S.. -, -Ku vo. , ' H , . , Q ,M , . , filfzi fn 'P " f Q ' zfgapx, E v E S 0 1 ' , ' T'-.4 VL i' X-a t. .l:. 1, , ' wiv . X M t,.. o 1f:JJf'rw-M 0 Y - ff'.ffzqaT-awp, A .saves-rsafw. 'JEL f. , V 5, - .M fm .WN K .Qfg aivf.-' wx: .Y .,,, Nr. rg .. 'z f - 2s1ie,s4gsi2Q X, -. ,xr 'i ralgri-A g -. ww . ,fm i-ffissef -f 4 ws -- 5. wail ms., P-gg7ixgigVQ?53m'fT1iQ'i X-rf. spare agile., it-:tain ,w gy fy a , ,, smai,-sl sV.f?:QNy . A K wmyzfu -4,-,.. Q . M , -,,f,,q,s -1893-q-,f-,5 ' Parking Problems Concerts r wN' :n2ssfa-N h ' ' 1315! .4 X-. ,,, mu.,-I. .x-. X. 1 L X x . -w 4.1 1? 1-'gif 54. . .,,,:.12.-',i,14g,Lg,f 4 " SSUES ,-..- L,-, .Xu 1. 3 ,fl .J -fx w- .2 5 X ,. , fga --11.54, 4.-'-'Tv X , -x ,,,hf 1u.,.,xr,., 1.1 .,. vkxxfl. vp.: x A :H W.,-x.,--.1 - .gg mu ' Aff. Parking Lots Revisted When is the best time to find a parking space? Early, very early. On the North Campus the student parking lots are filled by 8. Many arrive around seven in the morning. On the South Campus one can find a parking space on Tuesdays and Thursdays as late as 8:00. On the other three days, 9:00 is the prime time arrival class. But the parking lots are pretty filled by 8:30. One can still find space on the close streets at 9:00. But after that, it's a long walk to the former Lowell State. Last year the North Campus did have some easy days. Those were on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but security informs that it is no longer true. Every day is the same. As for the future, it will be about five years according to the security people before the North Campus student lot it totally paved. The faculty lot was paved this year. One person of authority, who also should remain nameless, said that he has no idea where the money for that came from. There will not be any more guards hired because there is simply no money. On the first day of classes, the North Campus had all sorts of extra people on'hand to help with the problems and everything went alright. But after the first day there has been a rule of no more overtime. One thing that does help solve some of the parking problems is the cross campus bus shuttle. There has not been a great flood of people boarding the bus, but the numbers have been increasing, slowly. Another way to help solve some of the parking and traffic problems is through car pools. There has been an increase in the number of people joining these, but like the bus, it is a slow increase. The University was going to have money to spend on the organization of car pools, but the money never appeared. There is no easy solution to Lowell's problems, just as there is easy solutions to any colleges and univer- sities car problems. To start to solve the problems and make any progress, one needs money and with the Governor chopping budgets like they were heads in the French Revolution, it looks like the students are just going to have to continue to play hide and seek with the parking spaces and they are going to have to just sit and grit their teeth as they try to travel up Pawtuckett Blvd. And the North Campus may have to survive with only one campus policeman. So as you sit in your car cursing everything in sight, just remember you are there just like many other students and workers elsewhere. You can all curse together. Y N .No PARKINGW. UNITHISSIDEQ5. TUW AREA E UF STREET EA END STREET Lowell Parking l-lere's a question for you: What is that the colleges of the University of Lowell and Boston all have in common? In case you haven't been able to guess by now, the answer is traffic and parking problems. lt is no hidden matter that the University of Lowell does have a very bad traffic and parking. If the traffic looks worse this year than it did last year, that is not your imagination playing any tricks. There are now 1200 more students here than there were last year and that's a potential of 1200 more cars. Figure on maybe 500 of those student living on campus and that leaves 800 cars that were not here last year to fight with. The students are not the only ones who are kicking posts over the problem. Campus Security is just as fuddled. At the North Campus there is only one security guard at any one time. That is one man to look after those nine different lots. It is going to stay that way because there is no money to pay for anyone else. Another problem at the North Campus is Parking. Sure, everyone knows that. But some may not know that the big North Campus Parking lot for the students has no parking lines. This leads to free stryle parking. One of the security guards said that last week 12 cars had to be towed out of the way so a car could leave the parking lot. At the South Campus things are a little different. True, the parking spaces are fewer, but the students do not park in lots that look like battle fields. Many of the students end up parking on side streets a good dis- tance away from the campus. The South Campus has five security guards, which is another difference between the two campuses. On the North Campus some have complained about not being able to have effective security force. One person, who wishes to remain nameless, mentioned that there is a dean who has interfered with the operation of the campus police. He has prevented the police from towing cars on occasion. At the South Campus the campus police are very strong. They are left to function without interference from above. The result is a campus police that is not afraid to tow a car who is parked in a no-parking zone. Auto theft is not a major problem, yet. This is a pleasant surprise for the campus police. But one member of the campus force says "right not we are lucky, but it has been on the increase slightly." He also warns that once people learn that only one person is on patrol on the North Campus, then auto theft will increase. "One man cannot guard everything". Last week there was a theft of some hub caps. 3,1 I ." '. ' . 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There is a lot of emptiness at school .. .X 1 innia- W. .-1...-a - ,of .wmv .v tThere is no end? A N.. i X, Q D 7,000 students on campus and not a person There are bleachers to support us, yet there Large capacity classrooms though rarely full around. are no supporters. 'Here space was provided for a lengthy epistle expounding upon the evils of apathy, but no one was interested in writing one. Ced.'s notel 103 What do we want from life? What does the world owe us? Nothing. We get from the world what we put into it. What does the University owe you? Nothing. You selected the University. You came of your own accord. And yet when you came here you cheated someone. That someone was yourself. How many of you actually lived up to your poten- tial? Very few. When you look back you will find alibis: the school didn't do thisg didn't do thatg so forth and so on. lt's easy to bitch now, but you are going out to a different world now. You are on your own. The University is not an employment agency. It doesn't guarantee you a job. It gives you a good education if you want it. Wake up. Be of some use to yourself and be of some use to humanity. You need the world. The world doesn't need you. Do something with your lifeg there isn't that much time left. . - Ralph Norman 104 V P--.1-.N :K , V. ,fy 3. skis Q by ina W5 --. v-.I:fI:-. f., A- v e f W- - . f ,"4 view-f -:I.fQI'.1 M efT4?259,gif .f' 1f?'3v-2.z1:.ff.- .f . ' Is -.if AI -L ' r 1175551425: v -W-9rz?f5u:9,aS 4.155.557 iklygn ,. ,,g5,.q.i2ff6'1,ff.z', .'4,.- ,f ,:. rp- -5 :U -gg ' 341' ff yu- if is,5'f"f- ,2.2,I,5 : 1 'V 4 5 f. -22464 ' - 12ag'f1'ZQv'cff17f.nf' :: -' I ,- '- Q ' ,j5j,,,?y4yq1 We--rwj, 254,74 52, 1"":f11,,:,,,q'-g5g.f' V 'Qu we I . :af ,z ,QQEWH-4fi2ffi"rf.A 1 ' rw435,14+f:f9f2QQ:a3.-21311 f ,g4.gf':rZ?Q'1g:w: 1:1 19' i'5I ,.,gff , 'f'-,yn -1 ' 1 - ffiwg-.iii 1 .I f : 'A -11-:::ff5?'5?43i?ffffAf, 'ff-'f. 'ef' . 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He carried his-guitar in one hand and his Star Trek poster in the other, up the cement steps of a musty-smelling dormi- tory late on a Wednesday morning. His parents were having coffee and do-nuts downstairs in the cafeteria. There they met ai. professor, and couldn't help but ask him whether or not he'd be teaching their son, james McKale, who they assuredhim had been reading1andl.since he was four, and knew the whole ...by heart. Meanwhile, james rested his guitar and poster in the hall near room 227, pulled the key off the residence-office key receipt card, and opened the door to his first dorm room. a Inside he found the shades drawn in darkness, the AM and FM bands of a tuner lit up in orange, two three-foot high speakers softly tuned into the '?Yes" album, and near the window, a ghost- like face staring up at him angrily from the twisted, gray sheetsof the bottom bunk of a bunk bed. "josuph, who's that?" yawned a slim darkhaired girl in her thick New York accent. .She folded her arms on joseph's chest and stared in james's direction with her eyes half-closed. 's'Are you, uh ..... " james searched his shirts pockets and came up with a name and address printed in office type." . . . joseph Antonelli '76?" i I "S'right, man." i H111-19 Common Ave, Manhattan, New York?" "Right again." joe said, nodding his head slowly. "You ain't my new roommate, are you?" "Uh, I'll see what I can do about it." Q' Vzffi . r. r -. 7 ,,H,.,..g1. I., -22s,xff'5 'f'-'ic-'Swv . -- - .sE":f-'.'?,j:,-!iQSQ'fl' --A ?l'e"i:l-:- 1.10. .,.. . " -,AM . ,.,.,+.q,-3:55, 1 ,am -si.1yy,,.-:11,- 1 swyvq- f.-mr A 211: ' , gv'fQ1w:::?:L1sYj1,, X. , 0. ,,,,.,,,, M..,,w,,, . -i,.: P '.t. 1-.f. milf:-Lili" I iii -. ,. ,,.. -'.,,,f,.., VV. ui, . My ,.. ,. ,pw tml .1 l N , ,W l+,:,,. 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Stephen Bairos Richard Baldwin Paul Bibinski john Caron Kevin Casey Mike Ciccone Paul Ciccone Wade Donnelly Richard Donahue Torn Doyle Stephen Drumm Gerard Filteau john Gardner Leslie Gardner Ronald Gaudet Daryl Grassick Randy jay Doug johnson Alan Kivikoski Bob Lawless Steve Lech john McCutcheon Richard McLay Peter McManus Neil O'Connell john O'Connell john O'Donnell Scott Olson john Plunkett Ed Quinn Bob Ruane Bill Scharenburg Tom St. jean Bob Stemple Bob Sullivan Clive Thomson Michael Britt Stephen Hannigan Dave Zephir Q 4. rr l Y fwm... . , si 4 LT 2 air Nw- wen- ' X . 1 5 The LTI Rowing Club entered its eleventh year under the leadership of Professor Thom- as Kudzma. The objective of this organization is to give all members the opportunity to de- velop the skills of rowing and sculling. The sport itself is quite unique in that teamwork is of upmost importance. Few other activities are as physically demanding or require the precision timing and mental discipline in- volved with competitive rowing. Although it may take several years to become proficient, it is a sport that may be actively enjoyed many years after. Dur program takes in both the spring and the fall seasons. Races are more numerous in the spring and are usually held on weekends. Because rowing is a club sport, the team may schedule races against any other club or college. Other advantages include having alumni members and a limited program over the summer months for those who reside in the area. LTI crews have participated on both the national and international levels. I." - ,. ' if 85 'fm- , . iz. , -v . -Eg, I Y . i - xk,f Q . ,Q x.fn l L-A l -vm, -11-. ..-... -muff! If Columbus had turned back after 65 days of sailing on the unchartered seas, no one could have blamed him. But then no one would have remembered him, either. 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Ida ULowe Boston State ULowe Gordon A ULowe Framingham ULowe Salem ULowe Boston U ULowe Clark ULowe Wheaton ULowe jackson ULowe . f Assumption State Q 552 fa- W, MZQA ' N, 4 if: ' ' v , .fn W Ninja 16? , Z 1 1 5 . 1 L -k wwf ' ' A "' I .1 UN VJ , 4-My ' , 'N -ta Z-vw' 3 --"'fz:1,'!5Nl?TQ9 . iii.: g .3 ' -, -fbi WNW 'X " 'p ri ' 'WJ 'Q Q 14 S "X Q, ..,2 , f , 1 31,592 ' 5 ' Tija ,- . aaa f55x2f??'i'ff':j .J ' f ' I ' , by 1 4 ' e i'7.3fi3 5 f'f'1zl,.f , ,,, A ,E , , 46 ,J , ,p ,A ,, , . WV Y ,.. ',, .f - -N .,-eq Nw,-,. . 1 L ,. LDA! HGCKEY Q A X . Q' K wx L ' A' N . Q44 ,.,.,p.x...---v- A l Y wquwdhv-g'4WN'5""""" .. A . . as , Q , x 1 1 1 1 4 f' . 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Conn. ULowell Rhode Island College ULowell New York Maritime ULowell UNH 5,-W, . -- WRESTLING He that wrestles with us, strengthens our nerves and sharpens our skill. Gur en- tagonist is our helper. HE TURKEY TRGT w .--...W "K'4Y48,fau2' Q D' Qu I' 5.5, A ww , L , i l y , 2 z 35 ' .4 Y . 3 1, Q, gig, in -'sw , .gf ggi, - .0 ..,A,,,w f f W.- fa, a .f 'fb 1 v ' if ' - 1 Y-7451 ,I W W I V. 1 , 4 avg: I ',, :L ,- , . 1 f 5 a. ' ' 'f X Q-, - fa L 2.11 'TA 44, 41. 1 iv: ar. J , F x, nfl, I ' an .eq m -1 249 ' fAMfgg'4 .. ' A nv- qt ,'sA.5"' A ,-,.v, ' 'Y' F - - ' , . 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N' 1 gp, .. -'1 1 .gf , .. 1::-W?:S?rf:,:fF4zff'5 J.-4 - X,-,M - H ,n'.,'g:.'y- 'Q'-K., ,. l,l:I,ma,'. , ,D 4 Richard Bissen Phil Gamann Robert De Angelo joe De Flumeri Kevin Delorey Robert Desmarias joseph DiVirgiIio Robert Dunlay jack Englert Lou Fezio Richard Frusciante Walter Gacek Dan Gallagher Mike Gustin john Herron Chuck Houghton Robert joseph Richard johnson Lew Kendall William Kiggen Bruce Klein Greg Koski Walter Koslowski Peter Landers Rick Lindell Ken Lown Everett Mangsen jOHN Michaud Mike Monette james Mulligan Richard Mullin Robert Odabashian Russ Page jerome Pepin Mark Ranauro Paul Rodriguez Tim Ross Fred Saunders Ed Skarbek George Spencer jeff Suyematsu Nick Trakadas Steven Vias Don Wattenbarger Ron Weinhold Richard Whalen Scott Williams joe Zenga DK, a place that means something to people and a place to share experi ences. Doing things together. Struggling through the bad and the ood Through our experiences together we arrive at a fuller understanding o our- selves. Many interests, many abilities, and many desires. The merging of the physi- cal House with the living House. This is what makes DK, Delta Kappa Phi. 206 Delta Kappa Phi People working together for one goalg to graduate from Lowell as soon as pos- sible. Intramural sports. The DK Beach. Yamho: seaweed and sand and Yamho Punch.CDpen Band Fknnes vvoddng the Bar and gennqgloaded. The BoHen Driving down to Florida. Endicott!! P.C. power play. Killington and Snow. Big joe's size 14's. Mandatory Work Parties. Fezz: The Fonz? Cousin!!! Brooksie's DK gym- nasts and The Nationals. Giant Top Hats. Water Fights. Yogi, the Hammer and The Nationals. Zulu and the Allnighter. Third! N.C. DeMoulas's and the Store reports. Where is loanne? Where is Mike? BSR's great laugh. Deep squats Walter. Lieu- tenant Colonel Major Ceneral Saunders. Do you have any more gin, Bobby? Soccer and Rod. The blood drive. Semi-Formal. Wally's broccoli. Singing Christmas Carols for the ladies. Playing Ping-Pong with each other and Bowling with each other. Will the real Earthpig please stand up? Lander's gross sweats. The past that will not be forgotten. "Nu-.. Nxullllllff N f .. xy 2 :lf-L 5 iabwvdb l xy T ffl . XX f it KAU 11 "' 207 john Keating Dave Lanquirand Rich Kleponis Carl Piacenza Alton Young jay Keddie Ken Ashe Sam Kourkolakos Bill Sullivan Pete Castelano Kevin Murphy Ron Fields 'WC CU img. ' t WW mn. G25 w .W - new 19-ff Peter Robinson Fred Coco Doug Hanks C-erry Colella Mike Connors j Bill Faranda l Tom Kalil Kevin Ray Ed Roane Rick Walo Bert Carrison jack Cenakos jim Vergados Mike Page jim Kafarsis joe Palmeri Randy Cheney Don Sargent Ken Daigle Paul Gauthier Tom Piacenza Pete Blanchette Kevin Masys Paras Karhaharios Kappa Delta Phi Kappa Delta Phu Upsilon Chapter National Fraternity since 1900. V-A K at 93tiXXXi5AXXQ-XEXX .XM ff ,..Q'- r JY Nu lu? K J Grand Master: Tom Garrigus lijigy Grand Procurator: George Burnham fjyffl Grand Master of Ceremonies: Steve Packwood ,S Grand Scribe: Scott Forbes Grand Treasurer: Rich Bennett ai Kurt Boisjolie 1 Fred Cohen Tom Cook Bob Keddie Cecil Lancaster V4 Mike Lewicki A 'gg , .rt ng , it Bob Mission Mike Nagel "fir Bob Prada if 'af ' ' in 5 Kappa Sigma In the rush of modern living we tend to forget that there are only a few permanent relationships a man will ever have outside of his family. It seems true that the making of fast friendships is bound to be a limited experience, by the time a man reaches the age of 50, he is lucky if he has six close friends -friends he can depend on in a crisis or laugh with in a time of joy. Yet a fraternity man has a unique chance to share his life with other brothers. A Kappa Sigma man who opens his eyes and also his heart, has friends for life- the roommate he will see at a 25th wedding anniversary, or the Chapter GM in his senior year who still makes a call whenever he's in town. And then there is the brother whose face lights up whenever you greet each other on the streets. So fraternity life can be a passing phase of life, but that's a pity if it is. We only come this way once, and Kappa Sigma exists to make that pathway easier to trod because of the Brotherhood. It takes practice, of course. Any- thing worthwhile does. iil'i'fflD ll ittaa GJ 211 Archon: john O'Donnell Senior Member: Ned Oliver junior Member: Kevin Kelly Treasurer: Frank Diodato Recorder: Steve Delle Chiaie Historian: jay Callahan Marshal: Dan Bourgue l.F.S.C. Rep.: Dennis Helie jr. I.F.S.C. Rep.: jimmy Kelly 4--35' Lenny Cossette Mike Ciccone Paul Ciccone john Ciccolini joe Cleary Mark Conway Pete Cote Cilly Donnatelly Steve Dunn Bill DiLillo john Grady jimmy Guilmart Dave Guerra Art Harding lfwmy? Ken Healy john Kalkanashian john Krawiecki ScottflMacKay Larry Morin Paul Olsen jimmy Pearson Mark Pollastri Steve Pollock Paul Ritchie Roger Sanderson Cary Smith Mark Szen V212 Gmicron Pi In 1902, Omicron Pi became a reality, Now the year is 1976. In those seventy-four years, a sincerity and enthusi- asm found at O Pi has been developed through the efforts of both the active brothers and the alumni. lt is not only displayed by our brotherhood, but by our athletic teams who through their accomplishments continue in the O Pi tradition. This year, more so than in the past years, a true test of the unity and enthusiasm which binds us, was bestowed upon us. On Dec. 24, 1974, our house was gutted by fire. Reconstruction was quick to follow and through the com- bined efforts ofthe pledges, brothers, and the alumni, O Pi was back in T.O.P. condition come September, 1975. As the school year began, things began to happen at 31 Waverly Ave., starting with the annual pledge party and formal. The first big weekend was l.F.S.C. weekend, on Sat- urday night, O Pi entered Cumnock Hall as the Beach Bums, and on Sunday, there was a guest appearance by the Beach Boys, who took first place in the chorale competi- tion. This was the first of many visits that the Beach Boys would make to O Pi. Late November brought the first University of Lowell in- tramural football championship to O Pi. The rushing season opened with our annual Shea Stadium Party. Things con- tinued with our annual Firemans Ball and Collisium parties. May brought the biggest weekend of the year, Formal Weekend: new officers and memories that will never be forgotten. Omicron Pi is a combination of struggles, problems, and defeats that always turn to victories. J Edward Smith Salvatore Perruuccio George Zografos Theodore Kacavas Steve Walters Brian Cullen Harry Swallow Charles Bell Dan Briengan Peter Donlan Steven Doulamas Tom Hajjar Mark Hone Kevin Leboeuf Paul Mclsleely john Noyes Richard Malouf john Birch Marc Biron Richard Creegan james Limperis john Castelot Alfred Saucier K-mx 5' vj xy "7P.1':L2'? President: Rob Creegan Vice President: Paul Carey Secretary: john Donohue Treasurer: john Emmott House Manager: Paul Robitaille Senior Warder: Dean Grimaldi junior Warder: john Gannon I 'lou' ' I rdppn ttl 337232 53- '4 l if , R+ . .I K z fl is I ' I ,VJ Phi Gamma Psi ...ff Summer, Hell Week, new brothers, Pats games with the boys, the fat man yelling, costume night at l.F.S.C., dropping courses, open parties . . . so crowded, Than ksgiving, another party like the new one Christmas, New Years Eve, more new brothers bowling, Monday night at Mellos, Daytona Beach, party at South Sub, 3 days, 3 trophies, wrestling, closed parties, Alumni weekend, softball, spring formal, Beer Booth at Spring Carnival, graduation, new alumni, summer. THAT'S PHI GAMMA PSI! 215 Rex: Rick Woolfrey Archon: Brian Connell K.O.E.: Larry Hall Recording Scribe: joe Buscemi Corresponding Scribe: Andy McLaughlin Marshal: Dan Stefanilo Steward: james Howe I.F.S.C. Rep.: Mike Baia House Manager: Tom Walsh Bill Alderman Bob Andrews Mike Borski Bill Doherty Chuck Faraci Wayne George Ed Glasheen Dana Granville Ken Guilmette Doug llg Mike Kowal Tom Lee Mike Lonergan Rick Mahoney Tom McGrail Randy Olsson Chuck O'Neil Steve Rock Phil Guerra Dave Walsh Ray Porter Roland Gamache Les Gardner Mark Yates Paul Baroni fa' FLQMQDP' fx I ' x ' n argl nh 'FMU 3 f CF . A fx , f!'fYrt . l C. MJ., we 12219518 'Lines as owe 0 ill. O0 'l My LO L alum XM JAM Pi Lambda Phi fs MN f A-at X 3, .1 . , h :ly-14:7-f , Way back in 1922, when students enrolled at Lowell Textile Institute, a handful of men had the same ideals, joined together, and founded a local fra- ternity which was called Sigma Omega Psi. These were proud men who lived for competition and good times: academically, socially, and athletically. In 1949, Sigma Omega Psi became a national fraternity known as the Mass. Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity. Throughout these years Pi Lam has brought an understanding amongst Brothers, a give and take atmosphere, where a brother must sometimes subor- dinate himself to the group's welfare, and on other occasions he must assume the leadership role in performing a task for the Chapter. This year, the House on the Hill has helped preserve those many moments of Pi Lam history. Numerous social events including the open band parties, teas, the Halloween, Christmas, and New Year Parties, the spring formal, etc., leave lingering memories of good times shared by all. And when our college days are in the past, we'll remember the Boys, the crazy guys, the alcoholics, the squinty eyes, the quiet guys, and the lovers. Pi Lambda Phi - Not four years, but a lifetime. 217 , :I A 7720 - - Sv' 169 7 , 7' Q. Qy ,ag W as RW QW Q dh M Q W 'P Ml W QL M ig X61 Q22 sg? M- Q. X OSTROS AME 9 if President: Dave Zelonis Vice President: Dave Paolino Treasurer: Glenn Guarente Parliamentarian: john Gobleigh House Manager: Ulrich Hutchinson Secretary: jim DeWitt I.F.S.C. Rep: Ray Robidoux f 'N-n.f"',Si Mike Brown Steve Girard jeff Goldych Don Lasell William Lysik Paul McPhillips Dave Nitson jeff Patterson Rick Reeve john Reid Gerald Royer Don Gendron Dan McCarthy loe Stella Frank Morse Mike Vorwerk Sigma Phi Gmicron Takea group ofmen tform in gau nifie dbody ofBro thers J.Don othow everc atego rizet hemin theco nvent ion al manne r,i.e .,one perso nfore achdi stinc tlife style .cate goriz erath erfor Love, Hones ty,To gethe rness ,Devo tion, andPr ide,w ithno regar dforc olor, belie f,abi lity, ornat ional origi n.Use asman yaspo ssibl efmen th ati sJ.Th eresu ltwil lbepl easin glyre wardi ngand utter Iyind ividu al,wh endon eprop erly andy ouma ywis ntoc allit ourfr atern ity: S ig-O. Take a group of men Cforming a unified body of Brothersl. Do not however categorize them in the con- ventional manner, i.e., one person for each distinct life style. Categorize rather for love, Honesty, Togeth- erness, Devotion, and Pride, with no regard for color, belief, ability, or national origin. Use as many possible Cmen that isl. The result will be pleasingly rewarding and utterly individual, when done properly and you may wish to call it our Fraternity: Sig-O. Again. X A ' xr-L M.-A 4 uf",-4 219 Chancelor: Gary Chabot Vice Chancelor: jim Antos Scribe: Mark Roberts Member at Large: joe Essiechick Historian: Ken Mason Chaplain: Dave Herron Bill Baker john Wilson George Ardornato Dave Burge Bruce Vacey Mark Goodwin Al Francesco john Giangregorio John Salter Dave Ethier Fred Holland Bob Volent 6 r S ' -r Tau Epsilon Phi , Q U . r , ' X,-11 Q , h-v 45' We, the brothers to TEP at the University of Lowell, wish to congratulate all the '76 graduates, especially our graduating brothers. We only wish that more fellow collegians would experience the kind of brotherhood that has enhanced our lives. The close friendships which are formed at TEP chapters all over the country do not end with graduation. These friendships are what our '76 TEP graduates will remember most from their college days. Good Luck to the graduates and to the rest of us. The Brotherhood of Tau Epsilon Phi -i i- L - . is 'sf 'k i' 221 Steve Tarry Paul Gurney Charles Lawson john Gallagher Al Descoteaux Art Auclair Dave Howlett Mark Wellemeyer Dave Maclntosh Dave Najem Mike Musso jim Long Tom Long Khalil El-Kareh Tom McDonald Ron Silvey Steve Connolly C-ary Beaudry Rick Dugan Lee Kinnon john Barry jim Webb Paul Kerry Doug Auclair Don White Ron Fluet Gary Morrisette joe jallah Fred Minichino Rick Woods Mike Callery joe Vecchione joe Ruane Bill Apkin Russel Generazio is 2 3 Rfi-23521232333 UN is 222 Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon, an internationalfraternity founded back in 1899, is the lead- er of fraternal organizations with 314 active chapters, located throughout the Unit- ed States and Canada at prominent colleges and universities, UCLA, Cornell, Miami, Chicago, Colorado, and Rutgers to name a few. Since it's beginnings, Tau Kappa Epsilon has been the seed of life for men, re- gardless of race, creed, wealth, or social stature. lt's main belief that each man re- alize his own personal attributes, through the guidance and understanding of a close knit group of men. A group that functions as one body, yet each man main- tains his own individual identity. This creates a truly fine atmosphere for friendship, a feeling that touches you deep inside, a sensation that ovenfvhelms and compels you to reach out and help others. We believe that the essential elements of true brotherhood are Love, Charity, and Esteem, Love, that binds the heart with the sturdy chords of fraternal affec- tion, Charity, that is impulsive to see virtues in a brother and slow to reprove his faults, Esteem, that is respectful to the convictions of others and that refrains from treading upon that which is sacred to spirit and conscience. . D Finally, above all else, Tau Kappa Epsilon stands for Men. Men whose qualities and advantages were achieved through their own personal efforts. The Brotherhood of Tau Kappa Epsilon ',,, " l W W 3 T .nnnnnuuii 1. i 'H ,, f mm.. . 'N 159' ' V ' Aw , V ,U , ' ff' 1 'sq A 1' 'H A " Q, . ,Q sv i it I A Y 223 Presidentp Kathy O'Connor Vice Presidentg Martha Klopp Secretaryg Karen Szmyt Treasurerg Anne Hurton Pledge Mistressg Paula Kliskey Barbara Archibald Eillen Roake Phyllis Cogan Anne Marie Harrington 'ii' f E, my 13815 i 4 Q 3 l Q , ,s,,V1,: , A ,.... ,, -,., E P' .. ,Q 1 v if . ij 3 . , M ' Sf ' ' 5 x RP -lsr' so P f x Q ilg, , . ' Betty Claudette Denise Ciaudette Kandi Wick Donna Crowell Pat Biron Elaine McMahon Gayle Laverty Sherry Neild Mary Morgan Charlene Fleming Ginny Berrelli Kathy Messina Bette Bahrikas Cheryl Burke loanne Palermo Brenda Boucher Cathy Salerno Phyllis Pintabone I Q ,, , y Q , S 224 Alpha Gmega This was Alpha Omega's eighth year and it was full of surprises and activi- ties. Pledging was as boisterous as ever with Brenda leading the way in song from McDonalds and Burger King to Friendlys and the fraternity houses. The 'horseshoes' had their share of partying this year between all the planned events and those that happened on the spur of the moment. Their own semi-formal was a great success. It gave the girls a chance to dress up, and also see what their guys looked like in ties. In among the parties were a few fund-raising events, too. They gave the sisters a chance to show what misers they are. The biggest money raiser of all was a benefit basketball game for the March of Dimes. It was played be- tween the guys of TKE and the girls of Alpha Omega. Believe it or not, the girls won! CWith a little help from the opposition li All in all it was a good year. The only sad part was having it end and knowing that ten sisters were leaving us for bigger and better things. We're sure that they will all be back as alumnae, sticking their noses in all our ac- tivities. tThat's GK, we'll welcome itli The Sisters of Alpha Gmega rqw x it f if A ei '11 lil 1 sr H, ,-5" Sf? K 'Q ' A N 225 Yvonne Pacini Karen Majewski Elise Martino Susan Kowalczik Patricia Trovato Linda jones Darlene Kolodziej Karen Rix Debbie Udell Barbara Cronin Bettey jane Day Veronica Demers Nancy Hanratty Nancy McCann Carol Fullerton Marcia Blackwell Susan Bonner Marie Santeusanio President: janet Simpson Vice President: Laurie Sousa Treasurer: Pam Brown Recording Secretary: Lise Daigle Historian: Kary Robertson Corresponding Secretary: Liz Watson Chaplain: Sharon Harmon Alpha Sigma Tau 7 Last year, the former Beta Tau sorority affiliated itself with a national sorority, and is now proud to be the Beta Tau chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau. As the only national sorority on campus it enjoys friendly ties with other chapters across the country. Alpha Sigma Tau does not exist for purely social reasons, but it is also a ser- vice sorority. This year, the sisters brought gifts to the pediatrics ward of a local hospital, and also co-sponsored a Christmas party for underpriviledged children with Tau Kappa Epsilon Frater- nity. The spring and winter formals, parties, rush functions, fund raising, and social events kept the sisters busy. How- ever, they managed to maintain high grades, aquiring the scholarship trophy and were active to win the sorority ath- letic trophy. Probably, the most important aspect of the sisterhood, is the closeness felt in working and celebrating together. The satifaction found in friendships, old and new, the reward found in caring for others ..... the true meaning of a sister. 1 W. .. , ,-,,,-TW,,.., A relatively new sorority formed in February, 1974. Our activi- ties have been social and service oriented in the community. President: Stephanie Kavouras Sisters: Kathy Anderson Vice President: Debbie Smith Mary Andros Secretary: Ellen Ciurleo Karen Camacho Treasurer: Linda Larose Cindy Carr Sargeant at Arms: Andrea Spanos Pam Christian Chaplain Historian: Sheila Anderson Mary Ann Delaney Pledgemistress: Cheryl Andraktos Bern Delaney Alumni Secretary: Loreen lsherwood Karen Daugherty Lynn Koumpouras loyce Liakos Debbie Mackey Cheri Mitchell 228 Ann Marie Nardone Reese Gorini Debbie Holland Cathy Daley Lisa Colaruso Laurie Reagan Karen Rigopoulos Gloria Rivera Donna Sampson Alison Wholey Denise Arndt 7"x- Dx . X Kappa Upsllon ,-11 4 fy hr if -2-1 'f :fa M- ng Aw- . -u"'." M. . ,, ,gp -r' 14 if fn. ,K '17 5.5 , 4 ,129 A A-. 44 'A ' : X M M I 1. 1422 fs SB 229 President: ludy Killion Vice President: Colleen Griffin Secretary: Nancy Glover Treasurer: Karen Dailey s s ' r 'iw g. QU- Aff'-a 'ir .MMI Mgwnnwf Cindy Goulet Dawn Valiton Mary Ganley Delores Regan Donna Cafali Janine Fournier Donna Menvigian Sandy Pyle janet Miller Liz Nutter Patricia McNally 230 Phi Sigma Rho Phi Sigma Rho, the oldest sorority on campus, has been in existence for thirty-nine years. Established under the name of PHLAME in 1937, Phi Sigma Rho took its greek letters and its crest in 1948 and joined the league of fraternal organizations on campus to promote deep friendship and personal growth through social and service projects in school and in the community. The pace of fall semester was set with a very busy 'Hell Week' and continued to be full of activities starting with plans for l.F.S.C. weekend, which is the biggest weekend of the year for fraternal organizations on campus. We were transformed into "Toy Sol- diers" for theme night, and T.V. characters, including the "Armour Star Pig" for choral competition. Continuing the semester with a visit to the Lowell General Children's Ward to distribute Halloween treats, bakery sales, entrance in our first 'Scavenger Drunk', Formal Initiation, Cinema Night, and in ending the semester, the sorority in- vited all interested girls to take an interview and to come to the Christmas party in the woman's lounge. Second semester also began with a 'Hell Week', followed by a pledge party with the brothers of Phi Gamma Psi. Our ski weekend was a great success. We scheduled many social and service functions including a trip to a local nursing home for a Valen- tines Day 'Sing1-a-lonCg', bakery sales, a fund raising 'candy campaign', and Easter ser- vice project, 't e Ple ges' "box lunch raffle", and Barn Dance. The sorority concluded the academic year with elections, Senior Tea, interviews, and finally, our Chicken Barbeque. Athletically, this year proved to be the best ever. We were tops in basketball, and had excellent bowling and volleyball teams. ln closing, we would like to express to the north and south campus girls that our biggest asset is our girls, our finest gift is our friendship, and our greatest desire is to get to know you and to let you get to know us. forever smiling, the sisters of Phi Sigma Rho C-'13 3 T. 'Q QTL? 5 5 W Mm at x M 231 Kathy Abcunas Linda Almeida Marsha Anganes ludi Allison Mary Barrett Carol Brown Linda Comtois Linda Coomas Cathy Cormier Marilyn Cusick Debbie DeLuca Liz Demetriow joanne Doherty Peggy Dolan Nancy Ford Betty Ann Frappier Debbie Gibbons Ann Herman Betty Ann Kay Mary Ann Kelleher Sandy Kelly janet Lacharite Karen Lafferty Mary jane Levasseur Leslie McEvoy Gloria Miele Colleen Mullin Stephanie Pagones Sue Parigian Lynn Raftery Pat Rivard Peggy Rivard Lorraine Sullivan Mary Sullivan Donna Thyne Audrey Welch Barbara Wojtas Mary Ann Zounes Pam Waldron President: Janice Miele Vice President: Cathy Gilbride Secretary: Alice Howard Ass't Secretary: Heather Crossley Treasurer: Sue Ashe Ass't Treasurer: Bernadette Coyle Corresponding Secretary: Nancy Dzedulonis Sargeant at Arms: Nancy Ashe X 2 Sigma Kappa Epsilon is an educational, pro- fessional, service, and social sorority. Service activities that we participated in are: Sponsoring a Foster Child in Korea Charity bake sales Visits at the V.A. Hospital Helped with guided tours on campus Some of our social functions: Sorority sponsored mixers Annual spaghetti supper Annual ski trip Spring Carnival Booth Semi-formal vveekend- Sigma Kappa Epsilon i l a si i ,.,...f--" VIP 233 , 'E fi 1 5,1 i , -w-uv' W vu, ' 427 I 234 BERS QF 94 Hang Gliding Club HHH!! I n ws' fi , s x ,- - b I . y9 ff!! ' ff . K , , ,E X Photography Club The University of Lowell Photography Club was first organized on February 18, 1975, after a group of students got together to share their interests in photography. A new constitution was drafted, club officers were elected, and the club soon swelled to twenty-seven people within the first year. Gf the most necessity to the club was the locatin of an advisor, being Professor Yacoumelos, and the procuring of a darkroom, ogwhich a photography club of any sort cannot be without. Members of the club were also given an opportunity to photograph the Greater Lowell Festival Regatta which was held on the 11th of October, 1975, while others photographed the autumn foliage at Mt. Monadnock. Committees were set up for the various activities for the year ranging from funds to darkroom renovations, to equipment, and is suggested that in this school year, 1975-1976, the University of Lowell Photography Club has accomplished a great deal, and promises to continue in this fashion for many more years. Officers of Photography Club President ........... Ron Bowman Vice President ........ john Segedy Secretary ...... .... B ill Yonge Treasurer. . . ...... Cary Cohen Mark Alber 1 Herb Arold 1 i Doug Haydock " Culam lafferj ' Rich King Mark Kinston Tom Lefavor Dave Lilysetrom Dimitri Marinakis A Allen Mowatt Dave Paradis john Pehl Peter Perri Dave Romanilli George Schiffet Tom Vinik ,N .CL , I ii +rl. .,? -L- ---...- 237 s-...-T Arnold Air Society The Arnold Air Society is an honorary service organization of AFROTC Cadets from 167 of the nation's leading colleges and universities. It is a non-profit organi- zation with a national membership of about 5500 each year. The local squadron is named in memory of Colonel Charles L. Vacanti, a former professor of aerospace science at LTI. The group was formed to further the purpose, traditions and con- cepts ofthe United States Air Force and AFROTC. Members Lyle Alexander Richard Almeida Lawrence Anderson Robert Davis " Mark Driscoll David Hadley Maureen Lacomb Scott McDonald David MacNeiI john Martin Robert McHale james Mulligan Steve Levy Dave Otto Peter Turner Bruce Twining Susan Andrews joseph Brady Robert Condon Todd Marshall Kevin McCann james Obonowski james Rice Richard Russel Squadron Executive Board George Spencer Robert Gaudette George Dublois Carol Herbert 5QClETY Fred Saunders Paul Mays George Davis iihartrr f l HL, , , WM ' Eh: Arnnih Arr E'u:ix'Q1 3 Q1 A' 7 .M -A ' 238 Pershing Rifles ln September of 1962, the AFROTC department instituted an armed drill team which four months later became a unit of the National Military Honor Society of Pershing Rifles. This unit of the National Military Honor Society of Pershing Rifles. This unit was initiated into the 12th Regiment and was awarded the designation, 'Squadron N, PERSHING RlFLES'. During the 1974-75 season, this unit did exceptionally well. Squadron N-12 was awarded Outstanding Unit within our regiment, and 12th Regiment received Out- standing Regiment in the nation. The unit participated in two major drill meets in the spring of 1975, the most eventful being the Beanpot Drill Meet in Boston, Mas- sachusetts. The Squadron won five major trophies there, representing various forms of competition. The trophy that told a story was Best Overall Drill Meet Trophy. Throughout the year this unit continued its effort to win the best unit award, and finally we took home that honor at festivities at the end of the year. This year Squadron N-12's goals haven't changed, and with hard work the best will remain at the University of Lowell. The purpose of the organization is symbolized by the official crest, a Grecian helmet and horse, above a torch and crossed rifles, on a shield. The helmet sym- bolizes both the courage of the members and the safety in the society. The horse represents the romantic aspect of heraldry and symbolizes the service, representing the cooperative efforts of the society. The proper utilization of mili- tary power, represented by the rifles, demands a high degree of intelligence com- bined with a strong sense of obligation to, and love for, this country. It is toward this proper utilization of power that the training of Pershing Rifles is devoted. Squadron N-12 Board of Officers Commanding Officer ......... Paul Correia Deputy Commander ...... Robert Sullivan Administrative Officer ....... Barry Cornell Personnel Officer ...... . . . jeffrey Valiton Operations Officer. . . ...... Philip Allen Finance Officer .... . . .Philip Gamache Drill Officer ..... 9. . . . . . Robert McHale Information Officer .... .... R obert Sirois 239 Eta Kappa Nu Eta Kappa Nu is the national Electrical Engineering Honor Society. The Epsilon Zeta Chapter here at the University of Lowell has been active since December 12, 1964. It provides an atmosphere for learning, cooperation, human understanding and service, which is so important for the achievement of a full and successful life. The members of Eta Kappa Nu are chosen for their superior academic performance, concern for their fellow students, capacity for hard work and their potential for professional suc- cess. These characteristics are evaluated on the basis of the students' academic standing, participation in campus activities, and their outstanding character. The purpose of this organization is to inspire and to encourage students in Elec- trical Engineering to put forth greater effort in the pursuit of knowledge, to use their leadership capabilities with their fellow students. james Armitage john Aylward Frederick Beucler Brian Bedard Bruce Camody Nunzio Cavallaro Kwok-Sum Cheung Rit Chiang Richard Coombs William Cormier Ronald Fluet john Franklin Allen Gee Stephen Clinski David Holden james Hallet Phoeng-Quan Hoang Ronald Hodgkins Stuart jeans Eric johnson Hon-Keung Lau Edward Lewis jim Meredith Norbert Ng Peter Ng Karen Poniatowski Darrell Schlichting Henry Straube Ting-Foo Tang Wai Ling Tin Carl Volpe Teoman Yatman Officers of Eta Kappa Nu President ............ john Caron Vice President ....... Robert Carey Treasurer .......... Curtis Oldford Recording Secretary . . . Stephen Fei Corresponding Secretary . . Thomas Coodale Bridge Corr'g Secretary ..... Arthur Michaud 240 2 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world's largest engi- neering society with over 165,000 members, of which 22,000 are students. Founded in 1884, it is dedicated to the scientific and educational advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and it's related fields as well as to the professional advancement of its mem bers and the profession they serve. IEEE has been in existance at Lowell Technological Institute since December of 1958. The purpose of our organization is the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, radio, allied branches of Engineering or the related arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the professional development of the student. The activities of IEEE are widespread. Each year IEEE sponsors field trips to various electronic exhibitions including NEREM and runs tours of the Nuclear Center. We also have the 'Safari' every spring, which gives students a chance to get together outside of the academic realm. Ting-Foo Tang Don Russell Robert Carey David Golden Phuong Quan Hoang I Q1 -ww 241 Society of Plastic Engineers President ....... William Martin Vice-President . . Marc Dubreuil Treasurer ........ Thomas Eaves Secretary - Recording .... David ' Keating Q C Secretary - Corresponding ..... y ' .- ... ' NX C William Ziemba , ' 1' g SN Q Public Relations . .Robert Egbers R 7' ,f ,cc,c ' The University of Lowell can be proud that it has the only Student Chapter of the Society of Plastics Engineers in existence. In an effort to increase the students' familarity and understanding of the Plastics lndustry, the Student Chapter sponsors many field trips to local plastic companies and presents speakers on various topics from the industry. The student Chapter also helps to promote the Plastics Depart- ment by taking part in the Plastics Open House held each semester. Social functions are also, to be sure, a big part of the Student Chapter's activi- ties. Twice a year a dinner meeting is held at a nearby restaurant where the students are wined, dined and entertained by a speaker from the industry. For many, however, the high point of each semester is the SPE Outing, where every- one, students and faculty alike, join together to have one good time! 242 The Nerdological Society of America From the NSA Constitution "Unlike many clubs of the University of Lowell, the purpose of this organization shall be to establish an association of students primarily oriented toward social activities. En- couraging participation in social events and fellowships, such as the proposed Society, will aid the students' adjustment to the scholastic environment of the University, de- velop his social abilities, and indirectly benefit his academic advancement. The Society will combine individuals with common interests in various forms of recreation and amusement as well as goals and causes." Since its organization in August 1974, the NSA has held various major events including an all day picnic on the shores of Lake Pawtuckaway, a formal Wine and Cheese party, an all day picnic in Acton, Mass., an informal event on the 6th floor of the North Campus Student Union Building, and numerous smaller events. The club has also organized Basketball tThe Nadsl, Volleyball, and Hockey teams. President ......... Bob Davis Vice President. . .joe Donohue Secretary .... Dom Sciaudone Treasurer. . . . 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A '. -- .fmt .. 1 : 11 . , .f - f ., l , .v I -f -. ' PK -2. f ff - 1 " 1 - r . mftlvtfn- '- V B tx: 4 its -ef ' ' Iwi 'ff' C' ' 15 - ' . , 15 iii. -- JA is A. ' - 1 f if f Y nfs . - , je , nj 3. f' n A ,mam ' Q, I fmw 243 President .... Lewis Shackford Vice President 84 Secretary ...... james E. Evans Treasurer ...... Stephen jezak T.A.P.P.l. ln the fall of 1952, the L.T.I. Paper Engineering Society was formed and consisted of a total of seven members. The society grew along with the department and in October, 1968, became the first char- tered Student Chapter of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry. Now in 1976, our Student Chapter consists of 42 ac- tive members. Five faculty members are honorary members of the national T.A.P.P.I.. They are, Prof. Charles Higgins, Dr. Norwood Keeney, Prof. LA. Mann, Dr. Howard Reynolds, and Mr. john W. Walkinshaw. Through mill trips, speakers, and technical presentations, our orga- nization provides a liason between the students and the growing paper industry. This Student Chapter starts the interested student on the road to professionalism by providing the opportunity to become a national member of this technical organization. National T.A.P.P.l. develops technical information pertinent to pulping and papermaking and to promote the exchange of this infor- mation through conferences during each year in all sections of the country. The members of T.A.P.P.l., through this organization, have available to them assistance in increasing their professional compe- tence not only in technical knowledge but also in managerial skills. iiiziwfgzdi 'ff iv 244 Q-rf. 1X A R1 , ,i AlChE mSi5i'fyi'1Ei.fs.g .- Iwsf. ." K ie E . 'un inuil 4 4. ik Chartered as an official Student Chapter in November, 1969, we have the American Institute Of Chemical Engineers. Working together, they have encouraged to instill professionalism and integri- ty in the student as he proceeds with his undergraduate work. On a student level, AlChE sponsors plant trips, guest speakers, and independent research on projects and student contest problems. From the work of its members, AlChE has been able to provide infor- mation on all aspects of engineering in general, and chemical engi- neering in particular. Working with other organizations, such as T.A.P.P.l. and Omega Chi Epsilon, AIChE has also provided a chance to get away from the doldrums of study and hard work by sponsoring our Annual Banquet, Outing, and Departmental Open House. Overall, AlChE is the first step in a student's academic career to prepare for industry and a career which will provide for the future. 245- President ..... Richard Shobaken Vice President. . . George Spencer Secretary ...... Marlene Rotondo Treasurer ....... Lewis Shackford Dmega Chi Epsilon AA President . Charles Dennett Vice President ..... Richard Shobaken Secretary ..... Diane Saleh Treasurer Richard Greenlee The Chemical Engineering Honor Society was presented a charter on December 3, 1975, establishing at the University of Lowell the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Omega Chi Epsilon. The charter was presented at the annual Chemical Engineering Banquet by National Vice President, Dr. Angelo 1. Perna. The purpose of Omega Chi Epsilon is to promote high schol- arship, encourage original investigation, and recognize the valu- able traits of character, integrity, and leadership. The Society also renders service to the Chemical Engineering Department and to undergraduate chemical engineering students. Some activities that our new society will be sponsoring are awards to outstanding teachers and students, career guidance to high school students interested in chemical engineering, and tu- torial service to undergraduate chemical engineering students. 246 Z American Society of Mechanical Engineers This organization, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, offers a begin- ning towards professionalism in the engineering community and the challenge of influencing the future course of technology. Our membership is open to all segments of the student body, but it is of primary interest to those majoring in Mechanical Engi- neering. Members are exposed to various aspects of Mechanical Engineering through tech- nical meetings with guest speakers from business or industry. A number of field trips to industrial facilities and other points of significance to engineering students are among our activities. Each year, the Society helps sponsor an Open House in the Mechanical Engineering Department which interests perspective freshman. Through these functions, the Society's student chapter helps prepare each member for the day when he will enter the outside world as a Mechanical Engineer. f 247 Officers of the A.S M E X Chairman ......... james Yan kauskas Vice Chairperson .... Mary St Laurent Secretary ............ Michael Darche Treasurer ............... Peter Griffin Faculty Advisor . . . Prof. john Goodwin Audio Visual Society The Audio Visual Society was formed in the academic year 1959-60 for the purpose of providing film and musical programs for the students, facul- ty, and staff. The constitution was redrawn in the fall of 1963 to include radio station WLTI as the Broadcast Services Division, and added a Tech- nical Services Division in addition to the original Audio Visual Services Division. The Society houses it's listening rooms, workshops, and broadcast facilities in the Alumni Library complex, with additional offices in the Student Union. The Audio Visual Service Division operates the 35 mm film program shown each week in Cumnock Hall. This division also operates the listening room for the library and assist it's AV office in the distribution of equipment and operation of the 16 mm films in the multi-purpose room. Technical Services Division maintains and repairs almost all AV equip- ment. This division is also responsible for designing, modifying specifying new AV equipment and setting up special AV presentations campus-wide. The Audio Visual Society as a whole is proud of it's unique role as a ser- vice organization being able to provide the campus with such a valuable service. an-......,,.,,,, 4 s ,fs """'22'.:v.. X X X r S A 5 5 , g , ...1g-- 4 I I I 5 I I 1 1.4: :I CM ll L+: v 'ffl .NL- at it K0 I I ff 5 , A 'l f llf Qs.- ' ' 'X ' ,bfi ' , ' f 2 XV ' ' lr Q it , K 3 g , f - M . W if 9 , , ,fix Wiz , . , cf i t ,C 2, ti ti I 248 Inter Dormitory Council At the beginning of the 70's, resident students became aware of their position and rights. The residents started meeting, discussing various topics, and as a result, formulated the first Dormitory Council. From these small seeds grew an even larger idea, one to handle major issues, which were dormitory wide. The Inter Dormitory Council began to function as a viable representative body. Dver the past few years the Inter Dor- mitory Council has grown and progressed into the position of an important studentlresi- dent voice. As the issues and problems effecting the dormitories have become more complex, the Inter Dormitory Council has kept place with this complexity As we move towards the future, our only hope is to continue to serve the resident population in obtaining the living situation they need. I I I ELI. lfoolb :ii THTCN my ' 21' , 4 V CCIFEIERIII flltt-ifl 'V I"IlIr.2uEM:r Art Co-op The Art Co-op was established in October of 1975 as a student, community, and professionally oriented group concerned with promoting an interest in, and appreciation of the fine arts. The Co-op acquired space on the fourth floor of the South S.U.B. to establish the first art gallery on campus. Gallery 410 opened with a reception and student painting exhibit in February, 1976. Subsequent showings of photography, drawings, and watercolors were held for two-week periods. Activities during the year included various media workshops and live model sessions, visits to area museums, lectures, a seminar on commercial art by Rex Beaton with a presentation of his work, a mixed media watercolor demonstration by ULowell faculty member Carlton Plummer, and a presentation of aluminum-plate lithography by C. David Thomas. The last and most important event was the An- nual Spring Art Exhibition, highlighting the years finest artworks. Future plans include craft displays, student exchange shows with other colleges, exhibits by children 'from the community, and profes- sional shows. J 1 ' I 1 i ' President ...... ........ S heila Vaughn Vice President ........ Dennis Niswander Treasurer ............. Terry Prendergast Q99 Corresponding Secretary . . lo Anne Forest FFF Recording Secretary ...... Carla Albertelli 250 P.S.l.C.S. The Peer Sex Information Counseling and Referral Service, located in the South Campus Student Union Building has been in operation since 1974. The main functions and services provided by the P.S.I.C.S. are educational informa- tion, counseling and referral service extended with the upmost regard for con- fidentiality. The members of the service are University of Lowell students who are deeply concerned with all aspects of human sexuality. During the year, the organiza- tion featured films and demonstrations, set up information tables and discus- sions, as well as holding 25 office hours a week and offering phone service. The counselors have undergone specific training and try to use their experience to help other students in any way they can. They are not professionals and do not try to be. However, they have sometimes seen the peer approach work as well, if not better than the professional. Realizing that there are both positive and negative ramifications of increased sexual expression in our society, the people at P.S.I.C.S. seek to make it a more positive experience for all members of the academic community. - i ff, ww . V Av , - V I' ' . ro, t T V , V , . wwf X cf" f j if-2 , 1 ii1iQ'ff' -' " f 16fZ:,g,Q'tf.fQ ' K f , me Y 1 A Q . A lfis-H2525 is- " ' ,is-'f . ..,'..-l.s.zlL.Q.:. ZLL. 4 ,LZ 251 HE C NNECTDR my al 54 'Whse as X 'Si ? xxzgx ss-fr? Q, W N Y . 5? QS?fgQ?x5i 'Q vw? A -. V55 x tx Q Front Row, l. to r.: Darlene Kolodziej, Steve Nigzus, Mark Lammi, Ed Roane, jackie Newman. Middle Row, I. to r.: Frank Breen, Norbert Ng, Teresa Sullivan, jim Caron, Wayne Braverman, Steve Adam. Back Row, l. to r.: Michael Mohan, Al Hicks, Richard Augustine, Steve Barry. Missing when picture was taken: Sheila Yanacek, Bill Racicot, Al Mowatt, joe Vecchione. Em fa ' . ' , My f 1' - , 4, n P f ,ff ff' S----.. 252 X Layouts "Slush" fund Meetings Sexy bastard Fun-fun-fun Bob and Sally The "staff" at 7 A.M. Pepperoni pizza Store 24 Orientation Issue Steve's Camaro Icky Rat Spray painting Wayne's page Don't be a baby Pat Griffith Mystery Editor The Break-In The phones And the extensions Bob Hogan Salem State Q Nm College Ice "Flash" Louis The Banquet The Banquet Romances T-Shirts Spring Carnival Deadline Frats Merger Blues Rick Raymond Questioning Cumnock Sunrises Amaretto Happy Birthday, Connector! Ll, . fr! WLTI WLTI is one of the fastest growing volunteer organizations on campus. As a result of the merger, people from State now represent a good portion of our staff, complementing that portion from Tech. Created as the Broadcast Division of the Audio-Visual Society, WLTI began as a carrier-current station in 1964 broadcasting mainly to Smith and Eames Halls on the Lowell Tech campus. Today, WLTI enjoys being one of the most powerful college radio stations in Massachusetts with 1,700 watts-stereo. Our potential audience is now close to one million, and the staff tries to serve these people by providing what we believe to be the finest progressive music in a non-commercial format. COur listeners don't have to listen to Tech 'HiFi or McDonalds adsl WLTI broadcasts public affairs programs from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM daily and the best in non- commercial, progressive rock, and jazz music from 3:00 PM on into the night. Our doors are always open to anyone interested in music, news, or any other way helshe feels WLTI can serve the University and the Greater Lowell community. WLTI - 91.5 FM - UNIVERSITY QF LOWELL - LCDVVELL, MASS 254 f-fiat WLTI's 1975-76 year begat: -News Blimps - The beginnings of all-night radio - More University people involved in the operation - Giver 300 pages of FCC forms to change from WLTI to WlUL - The first woman tpersonl General Manager - Flash Basbo, space explorer and musicologist - The creation and demise of Universal Language and lnsomniacs Anonymous - A lot of fun, music, and people Ft ' f .45 ny , A bf , ,,f1,, -7 B3 i P Ill: I .lil I: 1 Jill 'lu f ll ll my I We .,,, . ii ff . l 7 '4 f-, , .u, X, 1 "L 'Zf 5 ffif, ,1 If - JNWQ! 255 Officers for 1976 General Manager .... .... N ancy Wolochowicz Program Director .... ......... D ean Deramo ' ' Nick Fountas News Director ............. Bill Carter Flanagan Public Service Director .......... Brian Williams Chief Engineer ................. Dana Puopulo for was it Kevin Appertl Assistant Everything ....,......... Bruce "Good Evening Ladies And Bruces" jones Music Director ...... ....... Activities Commission African Students Organization Afro-American Society Alpine Club Amateur Radio Club American Society for Civil Engineers American Chemical Society American Nuclear Society American Meteorological Society Armenian Students Organization Biology Club Bowling Club Cadet Advisory Council Chinese Students Circle Chess Club Christian Science Organization CIAS Circle K Class Officers '76, '77, '78, '79 Cricket Club Commuters Forum Cultural Club Economics Club French Club Hillel Counselorship History Club Iona Fellowship Indian Students Circle International Students Circle International Club Kappa Club judo Club Latin American Society M.E.N.C. M.A.A. MALTI Newman Community Outing Club Phanar Club Pistol 84 Rifle Club Radiological Health-Physics Society Public Affairs Club Sailing Club of UL. Service Club Scuba 81 Skindiving Club Ski Club Society for Physics Students Society for Advancement of Management Spanish Club Student Nurses Association Student Wives Club Student Government Student Senate Organization Society for Industrial Technology STRIDE Tech Payers Drama Club Vacanti Air Squadron Varsity Club Womens Studies Club Wherever you are, if you are, Thats where you are, And if you don't like where, You are, Ask yourself why. Efcve a in Coda K .li '4 fllll l 5 E T i g new ll' I as-L fl. "4 .1V.QS1i.w.R?-, ' -f--iflff-5 -l -Vg s FEV 'J -----J. ff. T ff'7J4 r 3 ' .gr 2 'J if? 9 f 5. fd. I Nu. A ' f . , r "ti as ' QQ! The following is addressed to the general campus community: ,,..,4............a . 'W There are over 90 organizations Cincluding Fraternities and Sororities, excluding Sportsl reported to be in existence on campus. Sad to say, only 35 of these organizations submitted ar- ticles ot be published in the yearbook. We have so much to get into, and yet people still complain of boredom and 'nothing to do'. They say that 'Boredom' is an insult to one's self. On the other hand, most of those are involved in something don't feel that it is important enough to receive recognition. There is an abundance of something, what do they call it? 'Apathy' ..'l:f , .- f., ., , . Hx, , Lg, "f- 1232? QL"-Z','5:gQ,',4' ffiifi , 14 H5129 921.i'Q.-f:5'i,-' 1 ' :'rGJ-1sf"iffq4e,'f.-riff-iv! --' 'L' "'- '-Iv-H"-1,-.A .n- .. 42' -55Z?f2?:efif.9gw?i:,::f- fwiigmkg -V ' , kgfwsf gf.: 3 lg: - L. 'ff' 'R 'QXWZ 5, vi, ' qw . F 1 Q' . f . va Aman ww? .f f 1 "WIP A -3 1,1 2-,gf if 51:-f.. '7 f him.. 'ls' .5 ,,...k ifmmxi -. , -f-,vw f.fiwEN...1.:v, 5551-u+S:g,. -ggj. . .. , - ., -:--rm A ""'N1. ' . - , .--'V-E"'3""'.'W'W' - ill' "' 'Q"fFaQF'3'TWT ?"'9h'-3 x l,g1"7H'? x. H+f,1'.Qfi:Zs:1e"SQ-:?iP5f1sg'fr'W? 1 fs-. f- 1afkf?s5Q4v53?'k1f+Q? d?f, x' - I . 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' " V' fl' '?"p ' 55-az ., ,. 5,-S ffyffwh f' , ,. ,.,. , A x , am, 4ff'L1-P 4 17" X" Jw 4224+ ,F Gr' Environmental Science Debbie Aitkins ,pix Georgia W, Smallman 290 lacqueline A Caron Nancy S. Cochrane '05 'Q ..j'.v ' , s s Q v ' 1 Az X5 Charles B. McSwiggin Michael C. Page N'-an Dean Trearchis Sharon H. Yates if G--.assi Q-if Francesca M. Boni David K. Helton Linda R. jones X'-rf '17 X 1'--'fl' Radiological Health Sciences l I l i rf' ff lohn E. Laine David A. Leonard Paul P. Malczyk 614' ,. ,H lohn l. McClellan Ronald P. Ouellette 'QQ' 1ft:,.,,4 J 'S fl Thomas l. St. lean 291 exit Meteorolog Richard H. Adams Richard R. Arnista Thomas H. Bartram Anthony Carpenito Arthur Carpenito Leon j. Dudek jr. wvffww its Virginia Gates john H. Gootschalk Arthur j. jackson Mark A. Lander 292 .-...N 'US Y- 'H' abil'- ,J Mark E. Lawnicki john R. MCCutCheon jeffrey H. Moody ix 3 +1-. 'Q "'fTT4? -'i 'Th-Q... Nl David M. Pietras john E. Purdum 5 Mark E. Titus 'Q' Peter j. Vines 293 Wi. , V-',,.gtq,f 'L ,, qvfle P A 'gif-.f 1, , V514 ,jk f .5 , o 'ip Q.-J-6,2 , Mg 4 , ,, Phys cs fi-'21 if A, 1 - .H '- , .-.H f ,J Jfff7Z'Q , ,,, , . V .sg Y l-M, iw, f ,A 4 -sfyfgjm,-5 ,I , W l. 1' 'Li . .W f jgoimgfi . .,, . gg , V' will ' Y' ' .1 HX 54 , , , . -tw iff- Aww. W A ' V ,' Q 'f'1'fr,, " ' , 1. 2'-Kij5Q1L,' Gary E. Benoit aww' , Wing-Sum D. Chan Susan M. Chandler Edward l. Curran If 4i"i'1"'hfK I ill f- r ., William l. German Rahim Chanooni .- ei" -- L , gw V '- :sig N J 1. f ,fff - ,hu-.W , . fm ., mm. "'w,... , v m Terry 1. Hendricks Heung Wing Li Matthew C. Lussier Russell P. Roy 294 ,nr a ., w' . f Gene F. Bowlen Mary E. Donovan Lionel A. Menard William F. Racicot Karen E. Rix -03" Adetutu E. Rosanwo Sheryl S. Savage joseph K. Suprenant 111 William C. Rogge Chemistry f l - Biological Sciences l William I. Calhoun QM fr, -.., 5 lames R. Cheney Michael Connors Brian A Dulkie Susan M. Easter Karen l. Garbaczewski Russell K. Carlick Neil L. Gelineau William A. George William 1. C-regorie 296 4. X K 22.2 . y R 1 :JV fefimtv . .HN ' xi K xl if -3 '-ur .3 X 1 "wus, X xv, ' 4 f 4'l'2Pi'??1'.' ff, " fazw A i . It VX if 1'vtQ- .lazgl ga . I I l l l.x -- lf tg' ffI.1l"-wr: -W wiv, Robert M. Hertz Michael G. Hikel Bobbi C. Hogencamp Charles Houghton lp- f""" i"'i Arthur G. Hunt 'Q' X, 40 ' I Q-nuff" Jacqueline loyce 155' 0' -155' h, 5- '4 . is -QQ-If' an ' xii?" Philip G. Jacobson Alan W. james H4-AIU' -pf' Valerie M. Knowlton Albert 1. Lepage joseph T. Maher Andrew 1. Mclaughlin Ieri A Meyers Roger G. Michaud Andrea M. Morin 298 I . i. A Jw. J' QQ-.Q-ev",' af' ,K J Ann L. Myskowski Kathleen A. Nagle 'VK NJ 'err' A ,.,53', q, Qi ,, .'.'1,s-- A J, , . - - '--N lud nh A. ofmenl -f .'.Q-':1c5i24a- ,' ' - yn fl1:.'.z:1,1 ' . W2 " H ., ,,f-'11H-3-,f- 1 --xy-yi f- ff jeg , x X , , , , .4,,7., . : f , V, - I , fi? Q? ,wi - .ffm 1' ,,, Za w,f5,?f1f' , ff ,Q . " ' ' " -. , V , 1 11 M , ii Q ' Richard R. Rivard Robert 1. Prada dwg. dl , , w MWC' ,.,...,,- if . ? H 3 Elizabeth 1. Ryan Michael P. Santorsa 299 Phillip R. Roe '...i.17s,'Qffi"E?"' . ' gsm wg U21 :'- r 2 ',, f' -' '.2'f'5:- :?i'Z.f fi ' -in ivw fi-1f'Af 2,2591 , - 1 ' -QSJA :,. lzfff-1' 1. 11'-f,.27v .ff --gm- 'f f,L1:,E?g5 7: .'. 1, 1 Y .4 ,, Q 1' 4 ff ,AMW p' ,455 My ,. , , A Q' . .ww-"1 Fi2?l3f?T"T5'-:S .i ' ' ' 132?:nfni. ' 1 gy' iv - 'T-5 5,11 azggx:1w5:.w:+ 1 ' 5. .vs wma Q.-R4-Nw.. a-ILQW 4- : ' .. ' kv'..:'. ' a' ' - ' 'A' I , 1 1 COLLEGE CDF I f,"7,,'L-7. . . A , .A,, A 300 h'5:ff"f.42wzv?ng., , ' "- -sum, 1. . , ,4,.,4, Xu, ,. . MQW f1',',. : '5',q4.-,Q-H.--xfwliig-QT 1-sf ,' X, Em 'WMV Jggwh., 5.15 9:55-V 'x 1, in . .1 ' . What is music? The very existence of music is wonderful, one might even say miraculous. Its domain is between thought and phenomena. Like a twilight mediator, it hovers between spirit and matter, related to both, yet differing from each. It is spirit, but it is spirit subject to the measurement of time. lt is matter, but it is matter that can dispense with space. i - Heinrich Heine , QQE pig' QS , -'if'-'ibfl . " .lii4Wi -1.mwWWv 71,31 .-'. 3 x: ,j:'?TQ52"',af,' ' ' '-"x1tfiv.j4i' Z, 301 F, ,S:11?,g1'y ,, . :ha ', X-.,. , .. , ,',,w,, ,, . . .,. ,gy -11 By! :fzti-92523 usic f-W,-. '-- f'l'A "7"' V.. f A31-"1-iq," Yffqggflld VlSlTOR PAIIKING UNLV 'T1""mf" Karl R. Anderson vgmy. C-erard E. Bastien Richard B. Berberian 'M-1-ww-3 Pauline Brazil lames W. Buckley lohn T. Butler Peter E. Chapman Cary Chiknas 302 li ww lohn l. Cummings Muriel Curtis V VSQF Andre P. Descoteaux Yvonne I. Frazier ff ' x .ivy '1" ' 'TP' Robin L. Corini r Catherine M. Pulnik 'Xl Q55- ., xi. 4 -nn-rf, S F i I 4 6 , Q if?" rf A - W 2, -. 1 . r exam f1mE1f+fg,g" ,gf g r e' Q3 .rv ,3.,.q-:ir .+, my in -x 4-- r l 1' 1, fy. X-sf v.. .. zgrmf, -if .gggfi wg? W if 1 Rf' A r A- Q9-e ffm. 'fr 5 Jr D r Q' . if ' veg e. xslwgwfg ' fer gwf- x r r .-, :FW N - Q ' ' - in H -tv'-H-J' usic Education Elizabeth M. Alm eida Luann R. Angelone Donna M. Cantera Linda B. Cirelli William A. Cormier Charles F. Cornwell Marie K. Denault Stephen O. Fabri Andrea E. Fitzgerald Charlene M. Gallant 304 'dw ff' -. A I, 1-,f PVP -gp.. C 1 , . YY , 5 X ,, f, X Leon E. Grande Wayne F. Hight Paula lmbriglio Barbara Lukitsch QV' Nancy 1. Mudgett Paul R. Petit Shelley L. Pierce joseph F. Plassmann 16' ,adh- lanice M. Princi Edward M. Rolnick Priscilla L. Ruch Alane M. Sola 305 . ,-A QL- ' L- A' 'liy ,"' ' 5 , : , 5.,,'f5,,Qg5i., 1 3 ' -y ,IQ-ff-5 -P' .-,gn-1.-,. if T"':2i ' ,A iff' 'J v f 1 .1l,,,?: ,,y', . . ff, 3:14-13,-va pc -L .-new . ,L f., f .. I 3 C 1 5 r if 5 4 fs .1 54-.5 'wp',j,g1'vw'L.' '- " V ag ,:. - -, . - , aid., R w f,T1',7-A ,L .qv ,-1 mg., ,,VVN.V-,Z , , wi- T: ..: , ,.z, 5: :s::f.:,: -' ' .:E'..-gf. :S -. ,.:- zf- + ?"'?ii'2'f 71 'K -fc' 'Eiga affgki'-,f2g5LqEN ff ' - Thx' ' --H71 :.- . . - L , I .F--1 -f' u 1 'Si '3 H' vii X! 1 r Y COLLEGEQF 306 1.Y- - V- -ri , . w -.F-. l I I .i.i:1.,rR...:9.gi:-rS'ijJ.l Y .SH , 'f. 'Zi-Xl 9 , 'Mr -' There can be no freedom of the individual, no democracy, without the capital system, the profit system, the private enterprise system. These are, in the end, inseparable. Those who would destroy freedom have only first to destroy the hope of gain, the profit of enterprise and risk- taking, the hope of accumulating capital, the hope to save something for one's old age and for one's children. For a community of men without property, and without property, and without the hope of getting it by honest effort, is a community of slaves of a despotic Slave.' - Russell Leffingwell if y rj, 'fi 'ffm' X my 'if A. 'FH S ,Wifi , T ,Q 4, Q Nix' T JY? -3' E 'Q Ha Q A iz!! .xiiff gg lf Q 0 'lu tiff? I lacy f 'sk as 2 E-1-3 fl 'tj l.l.l I-L.l L.l.l I-LJ a v, T5 -' -'1c.,., Y' ,,- 04. - - .. ,,,.., 1 :sr QL - u..1wa,.. 1 . .Lrg-g,n,, ..r .:.,f ,H-. ,ff V. f. 1, . . 1. .xr .-5, 'J .'f4'd-Tug, -7 1 ig, 14:45,-:,. 7 cf 'TT t ' 3'-1 , , 5. sk. - tes, , , A. . . -gt ,:?"'f!-72733 ' 'I'1.:'7:'j'iga-ng.v:' , .K ' --as -3-,Q-: ..- f f 0 Q '1" :'C'.,-- ',' A --,-. if 'H-, :Q I, 'ff ' fi'-f1.,.' ' "HH , f .,3,r1,'s 3 f X 1 f',..,,?-zgzjgff . J . .ff 1,3 vm ' - mir -:,'-,tn -. L :..,,,.f.Q5A,:'gir12GJ:i5:,L K ,i ng 'gk ff IQ. hi 2j',:G,:fLQ-fx fa 'Ti' ffx1f"gf'?3 3' :3:xf'j?fgQf'f? r" IIT. 51' 5,-'ff f," ,f ,x ?ir",j'f :fa - , ,.-', L-"eu-Y-r. ' ,QC-'T-,1,Q?w, 51:1 -,mi1'ff- fx ff cwzw . 307 '- Till? 3'Mw4Xw,: fq-5 6' fi .,:'r5, 34.-.n,Uf?AR, A, f,lI:'1'1'lifE7,rQFp"f -ai-1 ,-1-...-,M ,'..-,-4- 1. ' -rg , -'Af,...i,wf ,l17,l,!i"'- np., - , i v.,fg,..,,s- 4.1 -'iw ' J ,,. ,:,,-.- .. ,i ,..g,,gn, .X W: 1v,.- , ,k 1354- 93 '.,i1'f ' ' .J if' . '- '14'w.,.c Accounting U00 . . H! 1 . Karen A. Bastek W Gail M. Belanger Michael T. Bennett .4-3 -'r--N Worx 453.355 fish-1 Yu-foggy Philip V. Boucher Andrew C. Bouckuyt Leonard T. Bowen, lr. Robert C. Burns joseph D. Buscemi William 1. Butt, lr. Jeanne A. Carroll 11 li 6' .si F 5 3, A Ev ' iid 5. 'B V1 nf" ,rf X Harold W. Chan Karen P. Dailey john H. DeAngelo Linda M. Dion 9':-v"C""- 054' X- 'T A Q Aw..-A'--7 I v9 ,H 'Q-Q Richard H. Doyle lanine F. Fournier james R. Fraser Nelson R. Gagnon Gary Giarrusso Q. - -f .. " ff., ' z , V :f::. .g,m,',LvA, A A4 .. .Y of I . . ii lack M. Gilbert r.. V. 4. ...uf---, -' QM fd.. Robert E. jordan Paul R. Kelly Darlene D. Kolodziej Walter W. Kulis an as 109 ,.:,,,9F" 059 06 I9 A We 17 S 9 ,YI 3 f'o,,'.9f:.u:f,R ' bf-f ...Q fixwf, ,rv , ' Qiffr 1, Fairy K. Lai Robert T. Larrabee Richard l. Latour Mil' wa..-P' Charles N. Lawson john M. Mayer Patricia A. McNally Thomas Olson Susan H. Parigian 310 Q K 1' M aaa iv-N, wiv X " Stephen E. Rossi Allen R. Segur Q9 .f 1- .X 'an'---Q. X 554 2' R, ,YF ,lx Bruce E. Seigel Peter L. Staples Mary E. Szlosek A WWW, N W f 4,0 rf' ' . ia,-v ff -nee-"' X. QVTB' 'I' it fy im we G' A f 'Q -L! J",-.34-Li Y 9 '4' t L 1 y Q. WH X' 1 fx George A. Theodore Patricia A. Trovato james R. Vigeant aa at it Vi f-4, uv- Mark R Wellemeyer Stephen 1. Wolnik Francis Wong Joanne L. Yestramski 311 Industrial Management ,Vw-X 421,11 john 1. Alexa jr. , 1Vii : .11 Ng lg u . William T. Baker Fernando 1. Barrios Gary A. Chabot Thaddeus 1. Choinski Henry L. Croteau David L. Damore Warren E. Lapham Robert H. McNally Gary 1. Nabedian 312 .-4 ll"'w' Yvonne D. Pacini Michael A. Petrowsky Mark A. Prescott 'FSR' af' sv" Keith E. sreadang is Economics Stanley G. Boutin W Sander 1. Devolve David 1. Goosens Rebecca M. Hryniewich Wayne M. Hunt lam es A. Long Angus S. Macrae Gary G. Morin David J. Najem Silvio M. Piemonte 314 Uv Dennis W. Quadros 'iff Charles B. Yestram ski xx 1-1 -me Chung H. Yim lohn C. Royce lr. L., M ,f , ,. X If T I AAILILA lacquelyn S. lon es gh, ,,,, M X .ff n"'4' 315 Management 5--Q. IVR Aziz M. Abdul f xi Louis A. Accetta Robert M. Airosus 825 Ek a"f'w'ir' 'Tw-vga 'w:Q,,' .gn . fig 811- L aw ' X! james L. Amerena Michael F. Andrew john I. Asselin ,...,..4'V' WM GUI' -'Q."'1"'1""f Timothy 1. Barry David M. Basile Gerard F. Blasetti, lr. 316 a Les H. Blumenthal C ri-'tu :tra 'x iv- ' w'-nW,,,,,y . 'T'- Ronald D. Bowman Robert Burrows lay I. Callahan Cary G. Cannavo C Paul 1. Carey II Orlando 1. Castro Scott D. Chanson v--W-fs.. Mark S. Cohen john S. Confalone if David M. Conroy 317 4 fa farm 'Swv ...T-sk fi .lb Qi 0Q g. james Constantin Edward C. Cronin Thomas A. Croteau lohn A. Crowe 5 AMN' 3'f?wfy1lLlT:,ge 5 Wxhmmxxt rs: ff?X,,5.,j,-:- - james A. Cunningham Adolph D'AngeIo, lr. 'nr' 9 I 'Q :,4. 5',:4. aj 5: ' ' 318 George W. Davis ,,a. , fat Norman E. Dascher, jr. ! 5 1 fi f' .xi 4,.r-LAFLQN Thom as E. Devaney db ,un-an William Dilillo l K -5 Iwi .f 'H' X fr:""'J 1-15' Gilbert C. Donatelly J' 70N f...f1-" Judith Dowling Mark L. Dressler .fi 'i"""""'P'l l 'mx wfwuu-Q., Q A2z...,faf2 Thomas D. Driscoll Stephen P. Dunn john M. Emmott l l 1 l l, l l la l l la El l l l l l l l l Q v l l i l i Ti, . W :V , ? ,gnu-aug fY ix it Paula I. Fallisi loan M. Feole Paul E. Fillo William T. Flanagan 319 ME 'W ,f"""'r .aww Wir'- Sandra E. Foley Robert M. Fuller Carol A. Fullerton john T. Gallagher Richard Goulet Robert W. Guillemette Stephen R. Guilmette 320 www Ns Your R IAISQAYUM , if a 'X .--.,-.Ni Bryant L. Haith Lawrence 1. Hall RobertM. Henry Qin rs.. Thomas M. Howarth ,O l '-M W., David A. Howlett Theodore Kacavas Jw. 1. ' xx' an-A-' , , ...g"f,X ' K S f. Richard F. Kane joseph N. Kurker Soloman C. Lam 'C",m vi""Y an-ffvflf N el ,f 4 Sgt I 'YY mg? ' ' i s -. ' fi' 'f r X . - v-aa T. 1 il T-If .fa 1? . 2 . Henry K. Lantagne Scott D. Mackay Kevin H. Madden Gerald G. Mayotte 321 ..A, x if 'I'r'i . ,. x x .,,.4w an 'wif john W. McManus Mark E. Moynihan William D. Neale BruceH Obear Stephenl Packwood Wham L.: . -f-. f X ,X 0 Brenton M. Pearson UZOUC m l l i l 322 Lab Elizabeth A. N utter Paul G. Palmieri Phillip A. Pitsios Lawrence C. Ristuccia , Q M32 L 1 Henry G. Roberge lr. ,..:au-SP" 4: ,L Q , M 'rr w, , , ,, W. .. . 1 A . Q 1 HAITQS Bryan C. Ruffenach 1 . ,, -,EN A" R X X. " YS? 5? ar, i' - N Q ia'-A 1 91 X W W Rober W. Sanderson joseph R. Sasso P34453 Andrew Skonieczny Michelle I. Smith Raymond R. Bursey 323 'un -ag---.. ua... 11---'rp George 1. Spanos Randall H. Stott Michael 1. Strauss Brian W. Sullivan jeffrey K. Suyematsu Nicolas Trakadas w-in Horace R. Trovato 324 rv-'V' Q- XWQX ,iV4.Z" V - 4 f Thomas l. Walsh J" . 1.,,,. , 11 P-,9 Barry S. Walker BobbieM Wendell an My Richard 1. Whalen ll'- Frederick H. Whitton 'iliac if 4:-'f"' Richard W. Woolfrey 215 XHJX Banjong Yuvayongdee . N ' A. 5 ', . 'NN' le I ' f f77l.Tf W N' fn -1i:.4'1QL .1-'wr I-1-zazf-ff T". W . Lfff s' 'Y' , 3 .af ' r XX I 5 l I A A Q l QW . rf il , lr K V lr l ll l I I f' Q l 4' l fc r age- il J 1 ...- 5 l l ,I Te g, ll ,H V l l ,l r K 325 l l l ' I I Kwok-Cheung Wong .-lpn, , -,.,,,..-,,.,. ,. ...4 mr.. f., .Z-V . V r ,Ng S 1- w 335316 dfwxfus- 72 wwf ,af ,wi-F -P A1511 eyrfav ' " " -e 'ifhs' . I la-n 25 f g f, :fi 1 e3gj:fgf5g,1?L 6:1 5 ' , P? . .-fn - -3 .- ,,, .,. ,A , k ,, . M. yr, 1 A 'Fxix - ua.. ... 1" 1 .F " - wwf--.Ar-V CCDLLEC-E ' K? 326 O o Fortunately or otherwise, we live ata time when the average individual h.as to know several times as much in order to keep informed as he did forty or fifty years ago. Being "educated" today, requires not only more than a superficial knowledge of the arts and sciences, but a sense of interrelationship such as .is taught in few schools. Finally, being "educated" today, in terms of the larger needs, means preparation for world citizenship, in short, education for surviv- al. - john Cudahy V M3 r -51 2' 93 Q ' ' ,"f 5 at-3 ' ai ' AMERICA ia - 4 'X l phi IEA Us ' A xi-:vt A sf: I XTH Y ,HHH 1 , ' mcrrsarv rw' ' Q X ?r m , V rv.:zzT.lY 1 L ' Q ana i 1750-1309 3 . i ' 1 HHLMAN 2 QI? V ,082 1 A H , Q 83'lp !,gV Q g ,i,f.?,Z,'2' ' " , f ff :um.w " Sv mx. Q5 327 H Y "eval, ,Bitzi EZESTGQ l ,Q -C 0 ali 5. l" AS i x..,- LNMIBTSY mm --'E or --...... 4.,-is ? Q? - QKT ,Is ,4 v f in 1, 2 1 ' X t amz t ada 1 G- 'i I ' cannula K' wvllltff run, . my L.l.l - 7.11: is . '-:-:ff2iF!.fskg :rw-f 41: ,-.,- ' 5 .f ,-g..,:f1-s, , 1, ina., JS' it ' f - 1lf1-L"f2f- i- 'waz a i. .af A , .I . .xt .5 ,im ,X ,i, . gi. - A-: ...- ,fun . l. ., ,Ftn,.,qi.,1 rt... Q shfirii' 9 . a .fy-51.11,-'.m .4 fx, ..-.- .,. .-IJ -- . , yi: J. ga, 5--J , 1,41 -5.-M5,,,1,,? 1 .L 1 5-.:'f'ii ,Q .-1 -ii- - .vi A , , , .. . .'. . H., -fx w. f fs 0- s:1.T..,Lik....LL L---- 5., :aan Q f..-fi ' 1 H i sto ry J, .1 , . I A: .art 1-Q., IB Patty Bailey Sandra L. Bozek Linda Edgerly Timothy D. jackson -Wg Kg 'V 'QS ,X--X Q i i L Marian A. MCCartin Paul 1. Pelland john I. Reagan gin' WK' " ijv iw. ff ,. 71 ..Ln-- -'ff rf. f,,,,,a '--- - Edward 1. Scollan Dennis M. Winn - N 4 ,. ,qi i 971, ,ff Lx 4 """' " V in iQ. ' M Y Y E -.1 X . Borden F. Zwicker 328 French Kareh El Anne L. Horgan Spanish fi w-- -'xr .., x cj? Cynthia L. Carr loanne Doherty Sharon M. Scearbo 'HWY' RQ i my vn- if-iff ik W' J Samuel V. Mega Patricia M. Moulton Charles R. Stevens Mary Gordon Robert C. McFarland Maryann P. Roux lohn E. Shepard 329 American Studies Political Science A,..-'fi A N g , .Ei ,gf .qv- 4' Q-4:51 Mark O. Blanford Wayne R. Braverman Patrick N. Guilbert Daniel l. Marino William T. McDonough Mary A. Moriarty james A. Peters Q-gli!" Daniel E. Reynolds Frank Talty 330 1 Philosophy Ar Lewis 1. Theokas I?" -ss' Carla Albertelli Colleen F. Cahill lacquelyn M. Cetaruk Roger L. Hall Martha E. Klopp 331 Sociology f.::f 'TW' iv' Q agfgt-, .. .L . YW' ' wp.. "P Rf' R. Catherine D. Baker Frederick P. Begen Suzanne Chutchian Madden Pamela Colouchi '19.'5'T3 'WPS .JN X Nfrwzvfi XXX Steven Coughlin William Deignan Dorothy Demers George E. Demers 'Qx N -fel" janet Devine Cathy Gilbride Cathleen A. Gorman Mary L. Lowney 332 M v'."'Tl" 'iv liyiv tri 4, v.,w- I f Q ,HJ-, . Mary Gail MacMaster -1"""s. QT David Martin Debra A. Mungovan Lucinda Nadeau X49 an YN Ii W LQ if , ' 13 9 ai- 3652 Mary Louise Nangle Marian E. O'l3rien Patricia Orr Gloria Rivera 'EN 'HX HQ.,-f AM be .rw ,,...,1 f fvg, ,f S1 QQ ikrl iikh yi1?' -ffyg 2,1 .z,iSiA:, .H J ,I V' G -'M' 'l ZfflYrn...Ap Daniel Sheehan Beatrice Trahynarn Lorna L. Valoras Mary Zappala 333 English Katherine M. Albee Julianne Barton Donna M. Buyck lohn Frost Debra S, Howell lam es A. McConnell Dale M. Merrill Anne M. Sullivan I Teresa R. Sullivan Donna L. Tabor 334 i i ii 2 i l .-3:-5-v-Rv, l l l W, ,r l i l v 5 4 i K il ii i l i ,ii :i i 1 l il ri l l l l l il Z P l I l l il Psychology N i Rf .R xxx ag. i. . .i Donald E. Allen 'CY lfwyf , Richard Bass Thomas 1. Brady Pauline T. Gayer ff' Phyllis l. Cogan Bruce S. Gostos Bernadette Coyle Christine P. Durkin F15 V 3192? 1 P45 1'9" David L. Favreau Sally A. Graham Glenda Greaves Carol Higgins 335 -i' r""T' 'X- 'mmf Q'1"""'F Q-fr "F" Robert P. Hoell Pamela A. Korahakis ak! ixjzi rf Linda R. D51 - LeClair Gayle D. LeTourneau ,ey , , 5354132 We 3, ""xb,"'Jv sg,-ef wtf'-:mmf if f1i23jyf.a',,g I .,,X fs, A , N. ,flvffan ff: 4 Ymggy ,E N X Q I' .f. Ellie A. McLaughlin Susan A. Michaud 336 Kevin McCormick Janice M. Miele Kathleen Nackel '-'wr ludyA Najem QW' ,. . .. V, il 'Y s Frank T. Vennard In x Mary K Stack 'WN ,,- v-. 'WT w' David M. Voyer Karen L. West "K Y' b .5 i l l l l ...M 3 N x I Q X , l . il 1 Fi A X l, l , 337 i Charlotte T. Vincent ff -2,-11 fi nuff-' , V: 25. , , . -a-'-' .lynn-ft.: , V "'-QJ4, Q-' Q24 . 6 ' .7643 31? ,. -W4 P' -eu f-,, 2,.T"1'Q,1" iiffa-,'51N:w aJ""CQ":'-.V - -,,1 mm .4 N'4?5a?5:3fia"-1 lf' 1 -' ' 0 COLLEGE CDF 338 If we are to become the masters of science, not its slaves, we must learn to use it's immense powers to good purpose. The machine intself has neither mind nor soul nor moral sense. Only man has been endowed with these godlike attibutes. Every age has its destined duty- ours is to nurture an awareness of those divine attributes and a sense of responsibility in giving them expression. - David Sarnoff Q "Jie -"" ' Q ri 3. bl' 4- - 1+ "Q - 6 'ff in H i Q ' tiff Q. fi", iwffu..-"' '5 . 1. . . , ,, r .'.t. .Y".'e",u. - .4 ..,v'd.q- -. ,gr .N :gf , vw, r ,i. ,.s , ,K t -- M li.-: . tsp, 'fl .-T: 1 ,'-P-.'. Q w - i- 1 f 1 .::g1r:f' n'f'1'1wt.r5'5w:. i':'5."'-Fm: Lui. 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Ferdows Pawiz Ghossi vm-nz cw' Richard H. Greenlee Stephen l. lezak Walter T. Koslowski Lewis A. LaBianca 4 3' w. av- ,wx I'-'Q al' David Leblanc 41485. H i n - , Harvey E. Leibovitz Diana V. Saleh .lf .JPN . fi , A . .5-ff V 5, wk vigil: Q5 W ' 14. Tran V. Tam 41? 5119 Eke O. Urum-Eke via Ffa 1 Aw X ff A. Lewis D. Shackford K' 2 mf A'-.qv -.5- 5 . 5. K 2 , Q, il? james 1. Mikilitus David E. Rahimian We "1!'!"i"'1' ii fx Richard M. Shobaken George A. Spencer Richard 1. Urbanski ul ',9e mf vi ' 251 . . i.,Q.,' . 'M .. 2 Mohammad H. Vakili :Viv ll! juan Gonzalez Uribe Civil Engineering p Roy M. Anderson, lr. David C. Ansbigian Stephen E. Austin William M. Badiali julian P. Bielawski Kurt D. Boisjolie Barry L. Boisvert joseph R. Borowiec Maher M. Boshey Stephen G. Bouchard 342 , P X gg , Q-. ,-...i .. fir' -in GSW' i E J V N ku x Q ' ' l s Daniel F. Bourque George P. Brooks David R. Carchedi Robert 1. Ceppi fx, .if xx sg, WIT? """"' Sheung-Chi Chou Gennaro l. Cimmino Donald R. Delano Steven E. Derrick janet M. Doneski Francis M. Duarte 343 .' N"lSalll"'x,Y wud... Xxw'-,f un' .awww '-ww-f x .N x Q. Than S. Diep Wing C. Fung Richard R. Gabree, lr. Timothy 1. Gaffey 'Hu' Www.- Antonio E. Gomez Miguel Gonzales David I. Goodrich 344 'Nw N Kevin D. Gordon William B. Gordon Bernard H. Hamill 5 -wi' , , . .. www.- , .,.. Q - TR- ' ' b x X . 43625 Robert W. Harju .. ,,n-.-,,......1,,.-v- . fu .. ' QV, ,ae A. S , an-' ar' - """""""- ,,,A,h ,,.. P David W. Howard Simon 1. Hung ago X vnr""""'9' IWW' Mohammed S. Issa Karl A. Jacobson Adnan S. jarrar S' 'N-fp 'Q' , .4-'W , N-.QQ z it 191 Robert P. johnson Witold H. Kloczowski james Lanza Mark 1. LaQuidara 345 Of nifi- Mei Hing Lau William 1. Lyon Michael A. Lyons Richard P. Marchenko 5-unvxs it Q9 'X' O O fix i ,sl fvrflpgi. Robert F. McCallum Douglas G. McClellan William R. McMenimen 346 'WY Clayton D. Melin Robert E. Moody Thomas L. Morrissey Ill I I I I -I I II I I I I I I I I I X I I 1 I I. I II I II I I I I I II .I ,I I ' I I III I III I I II II I I4 Ii I II III III II I!! I 'I II II II I -I Nia Angelo R. Muccio Albert M. Nardone ' ,I I Richard H. Nikitas Michael A. Prescott X A II I wavy :Wikti- G' I li!!! Q . I f7'91V- ' I fi - -I, """'fIW'4 f i f 1 III If ' fx, Mark E. Neville IX Kem- 'mmf xv , ,lfx I A 5 .I.,,,: L ,IN 499hw1lvll"" Richard l. O'Connell james E. Pearson S if -avi-""" Ind' james Quill Richard A. Randlov William A. Redford 347 Paul A. ' X tfwliii ' 'WW G,--mug ,, . 'wi Rey Richard L. Rush Michael D. Schauer Patricia A. Sewell mga ,,,,.au.--...W an fW"x'3 Alan G. Swan Clifford E. Vacirca Celnn C. Vaughan YW' 'agus Steven l. Vias Alan Waldeman Peter E. Williamson Civil Technolog I Q .. ' ll il N ka I 5 has w , 1 . :+- Il . P' .1 +3 , 5 1 is fi Je on Philip l. Celeste james D. Cossaboom Richard 1. Gioiosa Brian F. Haggerty it -I rw Wx .I X 4: Robert A. Smith Michael W. Swanson 9519 0 1814316 Robert Gelles William A. Krol Wallace W. McCarroII lr WEEK ' 'itil' ., x""'1r-K .N J I it rw' - . 4 " 1A Wi A I Patrick V. Tornifoglio lohn Zajac lr. 349 " 4' . ., x f t MA , ,f Electrical Engineering 4? v ?' 'ff' n1'6vDR"tfW""WN3'f'4Ql"NWfVl'RfS0W-3V'i ,fn www? am, r 4 X Douglas M. Abbott Paul S. Aronian Douglas W. Babcock james C. Baxter Brian E. Bedard Frederick P. Beucler Raymond l. Cardello Robert E. Carey john l. Caron Kwok-Sum Cheung 350 :Q Qs "BBQ, lv? T- .Milf Lai M Chiu Michael R. Cutter Chitti Denkitvoravvong joseph A. Depontbriand E' 15"- Mark R. Driscoll Thoms L. Duft Rid-,ard C, Dyson 0 f""',,e:.+fa3 U james 1. Evans C eorge C. Exa rh aco s LL.. , ' -' 351 fum ne?" al'f"f""' ,...,.i6fG3i .. A K. M... . . 'R . iv. Qlifl Q ,A., EX HTF. 'fsbb'-LN A 's:,x..',-'331:Zx Brian E. Fallon Billy Fan Stephen T. Fei Martin R. Furuhjelm ,gW'W'4m 'wo-'X lames G. Gagne Thomas C. Goodale Dana R. Gould -an .....f"' james G. Guilmart lanes H. Haagsma HW james F. Hallet 352 'Skag- YS-s xx, 'Qu' X Dennis G. Helie Ma rk 1. Hetherman james T. Higgins -FUR ONQSQ- 2 X g ,W i .N E19 qs 'x .l I fn Thomas M. Higgins Ronald L. Hodgkins Anthony 1. Janeczek 3'3- WX ,Ja-Ns. qui 'WN Stuart E. leans Richard G. Kelley David A. Lanoue Kwok W. Leung 353 wftgfuy 41 I If 1-if ' 1 I 5 .4 Thomas 1. Lewis Walter G. Lewis Robert A. Little joseph P. McDermott 'Q' '-41:---4-'gif ..aP""""" Robert S. McHale james M. Meredith Arthur E. Michaud lv if Woo Kam Ming joseph T. Mirabella Robert W. Mission 354 1 vii 'H i I in i . mr i I 1 Scott W. Newell I if -'E-2 i i l Q, Man Chang N. Ng Peter K. Ng il 13 i d , Richard V. Norian john W. O'DonneII Patrick 1. O'Crady I QSLL3 A .. ,, , Curtis 1. Oldford David R. Paolino john L. Paragola Andrew P. Pellerin I , 355 i I MQ vw' ,M,msvullv'v' Ernest 1. Poggi Mark A. Pollastri Karen D. Poniatowski Michael R. Ridinger xwm gl :FW 'N wr .-75,5 'nw iw -' Q vv, XF WR 3 I H so -3' - ' ' 5 1 X " pf gigjgjgiw ' H -' . s X H" . l t , Lk Robert E. Riedel Raymond C. Robidoud ,Wg my . 1 54 ' if 555454 1 .av V. '. f lj -14A V Q ' 4 , 'W 1 , 5 ' 145. . v 'I M . "F ' V '15-1 ' 4- zyifwq ..'i'Q2,f' ,, . Aa. 'Nr ffl Z4 X- W ' ffm?" 'EF' I J if ' . '1 nd vo ' . ' JW 356 Darrell B. Schlicting lunaid Salam Henry A. Straube Roger H. Styskal It-lbs 'V -19' NA 'ON'-wa-a 5 Tin F Tang 'VX Peter A Turner Alan E. Waldrlp james F Walsh as Q -,un-f' 1' shy If .A Chun ,S 1, as-zap' la? Q nolustrial Technolog C john C. Batakis wwf George V. Brown Albert Bull john j. Casey Thomas 1. Casey Alistair D. Doig Richard A. Downing Richard Frusciante William T. Cianetta Gary W. jusczak 358 Mila VN ""' tr i?.'s""" 3,1 iv: Lewis S. Kendall Michael A. Kinsman james A. Martin Lionel P- Martin ,WMP 'ui' ,.,-- M293 Lawrence N. McGonagle Michael T. Mullen Edward R. Osterberg David F. Otto Russell 1. Page Timothy P. Ross Edmund C. Szylvian Q 25- is 521-if ai ,gb q Anthony P. Troiano jr. Ronald C. Weinhold john A. Whites 359 Mechanical Engineering 'xt-.ss Richard C. Bogosia Abdollah Alidoosti -4'1- I ,. 'N-Q..-In lames F. Beaupre Thomas E. Berry x'-'v'X X "'l:'27' ,C 11 ' in n lames P. Burns Paul S. Correia Hoy' David A. Crosby Michael l. Darch 360 eww Ji-K-H-it e Kevin P. Delorey Christopher P. Fowler .Q-A ...suns -9 fi i if 'W' . an lark-E un- 'iy' g 12:1 :Q i lil! If 'I it , .Jn : l.:,L Q .L 'R - 'X xK. .. Seyed Raza Chorashi Michael M. Gustin julian Gutierrez james H. Hall Michael D. Kacmarcik Alan 1. Kapinos Warren N. Kernander, lr. -35- Joseph W. Klatecki Brian W. Leary 's.- f' xslt' Sun-Leung Lee 361 On-Sang Li Yip-Hing Ma Bosmenjali A. Malihi Roger A. Massicotte NX' S 95 Richard W. Mitrano Michael 1. Moreau Robert B. Norton Robert A. Odabashian xwi. NDP -x'i9" '-Q HV. Pekka Pakkala Stephen M. Perreault Victor T Pileeki 2 .iv ,lp . . . . I . . -1 : ' , ...nw - . V 3 -. ,ff-if 52? fi - N Z' s , 95 ,gf Y' fxlf ' f. A ' 'SWS TW 1 Q 'm r ,..., r '. -vtv if ' i,. Vyffk , ' , 1. '..:r:X: "z"-?'L':. ' ir' 1 , , of ' .' -fu y,.e,tXf' ' Sf' :sg , 1-' ,Ng m . E pa 'fm . ix , G., '- ..,,j::-' ' M ' ., ., 1, , .A - A , 1--'gf Y Q Robin M. Pritham Shahrzad A. Sadaghiani 24' Eric 1. Schindwolf ,ang- 061 .gf Patirck P. Soneye Frank S. Stevenson 4 'Km gf v 1 f f' ,1 C 'WL Mary St. Laurent Daniel 1. Tennant S Oscar A. Ulloa sk AE Felipe Uribe Stephen A. Watson , 363 152 if ' . Q james 1. Yankauskas i JT iw' 1,1 wail' ,, Woon-Shing Yeung uclear Engineering Walter S. Bodnar fx 5 -,kk ,, --um-' Q-UQ R i Bernard R. Buteau Kam Chan ww have-V05 Robert L. Couture Ronald 1. Crider Alan B. Doell -a0"d?" ..,,,,,.aw Fred H. Erskine Paul V. Gurney john T. King Donald R. Leone 364 1 i1:.f W .' r s ,QAM W .4 .K 1,2 V- Q.. b W. 'W o, W. 'Q'- fi . .J si' N . . . - -:' ,- . .- i, .av , -I W . ."' I' MXN A' , K' 'xx ,. - :xr A. YH .J 11: . .K Robert W. Lombard, lr. Robert D. MacDonald William F. McDonald Harry O Meehan V1 'ti--n .J L 2 35:3 Peter E. Nardone Henry W. Stevens, jr. i Nfgfb .' " Frederick Y. Reeve, lr. YUHYU' fy hh X Noel A. Pogorzelski Philip H. See joseph S. Varga 365 Plastics Technolog l lohn M. Anes Michael F. Baia lohn P. Beaumont Douglas S. Benson Brett Z. Blaisdell Fred Cohen 'Huff "W--...,.Anv ww Z,L....12H5 f ' u'f"- f seo... ' .p.......w- ' 5?f3'.'2'ilf5"fi-- .V ' is ' 131. ' 1 .2'2ii,1f'.-f',."'s'EX1X V-'f -T X Z .v 1' f wb '- w f him' if N 4. mx- if. ' ' fig . LLM- V- we-P-. V.: 1 rw..- Brian L. Conn ell Douglas L. Cullum 366 v Heshmatoilla Davoodi Daniel A. Despres Q ,fs -K fs --,--'fx Marc P. Dubreuil Thomas F. Eaves 555753 1,2 :mg F' is.-J RUGE9 i W 'Q i Robert B. Egbers Mark B. Goodwin julio Hamel 367 Sd" -in Robert W. Hart john D. Hg Vito Kapeckas Gregory H. Koski Henry B. Landry, jr. ,iv 'ruff' P43 -qmndlfv -if Thomas W. Lee .ff iff! Abboud L. Mamish 368 ,ilu f fl r ya- I l r L X 2 Hector E. Marchand William C. Martin James M.McDonougl1 -:IGM-N fwf""'f David W, Mclnerney -1. 'ik Allen S. Moy 7 David P. Myers Daniel N. Roy 369 lohn P. 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Walsh Senior Director Abbott, Douglas M. 35 Vine St. Tilton, NH. 03276 Abc unas, Kathryn M. 136 Glenmere St. l.owell, MA. 01852 Abdallah, Arlene F. Upton Dr. Tyngsboro, Mass. 01879 Abdul, Aziz M. 145 Po. Square Lowell, MA. 01852 Adair, Lynn M. 86 Hollis St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Adams, Richard H. 49 Bear Hill Rd. Reading, MA. 01867 Ahmed, Maqsood 11 Oak St. Andover, MA. 01810 Airosus, Robert M. 184 Dalton Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Aitkins, Deborah j. 81 Meadow Ln. No. Andover, Mass. 01810 Albee, Katherine M. 2 Whittier Court Andover, Mass. 01810 Alderman, William H., jr. 12 Conras Rd. Framingham, MA. 01701 Alexa, john j., jr. Lakeview Ave. Tyngsboro, MA. 01829 Alidoosti, Abdollah Sq. 1840 Kasra St, SB Abadan, Iran Allen, Donald E. 5 Pine St. Merrimac, Mass. 01860 Allen, Philip B. 203 Glezen ln. Wayland, MA. 01778 Almeida, Elizabeth M. 22 Whitfield Rd. Somerville, Mass. 02145 Almeida, Linda j, 12 Lawson St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Amerena, james L. 8 Franklin Ave. Medtord, MA. 02155 Anastopoulos, Frances M. 132 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Andersen, Roy M., lr. 6 Navin Hgts. Lee, MA. 01238 Anderson, Sheila L. 100 Main St. No. Chelmsford, MAS. 018 Andrew, Michael F. 64 School St. Arlington, MA. 02174 Andrews, joseph M. 50 Broadway St. Beverly, MA. 01915 Andruskiewicz, Charles A. 16 Coolidge Ave. Nabnasset, MA. 01861 Anes, john M. 1 Cross St. Medtield, Mass. 020521 Angelone, Luann R. 12 Dwight Ave. Natick, Mass. 01760 Anger, judith L. 38 Robert St. Taunton, MA.-02780 23 Ansbigian, David C. 19 Grant Rd. Winchester, Mass. 01890 Ansell, jennifer M. 218 Wilder St. Apt. 22 Lowell, MA. 01854 Archibald, Barbara R. 9 Prospect St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Ardito, Rose M. 159 High St, Lawrence, Mass. 01844 Arey, Candis L. 16 Skyline Dr. Billerica, Mass. 01821 Arnista, Richard R. 139 Lyman Dr. Torrington, CT. 06790 Arold, Herbert L. 365 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Aryee, Robert E. Box 860 L.T.l. Lowell, MA. 01854 Asselin, john j. 25 Eutaw St. Lawrence, MA, 01843 Aubert, Steven P. 291 Old Marsh Hill Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Auclair, Arthur A., jr. 5 Pelham Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Audette, Denise A. 395 Essex St. Salem, Mass. 01970 Austin, jane B. Pleasant St. West Newbury, Mass. 01985 Austin, Stephen E. 520 Bay Rd. Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Babineau, Gregory M. 196 7th Ave. l.owell, MA. 01852 Babineau, joseph K. 56 Wells Avenue Chicopee Falls, MA. 01020 Badialt, William M. 39 Marcia Rd. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Bagarella, Geraldine M. 18 Elm St. Wakefield, Mass. 01880 Bahadosingh, Leslie G. 'P.O. Box 6 Waverley, Mass. 02172 Baia, Michael F. 77 Livingston Ave. Lowell, MA. 01851 Baker, Catherine D. 111 Main St. Andover, Mass. 01810 Baker, William T. 200 South Sea Ave. W. Yarmouth, Mass. 02673 Banks, Patricia A. 238 E. Main St. No. Adams, Mass. 01247 Barrios, Fernando j. 6 Wyman St. jamaica Plain, MA. 02130 Barry, Michael l. 14 Mt. Washington St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Barry, Stephen P. 13Maryvale Rd. Burlington, MA. 01803 Barry, Timothy j. 36 Forest St. Lexington, MA. 02173 Barton, julianne 46 Oakhill Rd. Nabnasset, Mass. 01861 Bartram, Thomas H. Low St. Sharon, CT. 06069 Basile, David M. 60 Bow St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Bastek, Karen A. 15 Queen Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Bastien, Gerard E. 1358 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Batakis, john C. 21 Goodale St. Peabody, MA, 01960 Bates, Richard F. 182 Westminster Ave. Arlington, Mass. 02174 Battagita, Frank R. 87 Summer St. Medford, MA. 02155 Baxter, james C. 749A Princeton Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Beaumont, john P. 151 Bullard St. Holden, MA. 01520 Beauprf, james F. 170 Ennell St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Bedard, Brian E. 175 Endicott St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Begen, Frederick P. 79 Austin St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Begley, Kevin j. 24 Brookfield St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Begley, Maureen A. 24 Brookfield St, Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Belanger, Gail M. 51 White St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Belanger, Richard A. 9 Greenwood St. Amesbury, Mass. 01913 Bennett, Michael T. 6 Pershing St. Forge Village, MA, 01828 Bennett, Richard P. 115 Forest St. Danvers, MA. 01923 Benoit, Gary E. 161 South St. Northampton, MA. 01060 Benoit, Michelle D. 128 Harvard St. Stow, Mass. 01775 Benson, Douglas S. 46 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, MA. 01854 Berberian, Richard B. 370 Summer Ave. Reading, Mass. 01867 Bergstrom, Stephen C. 7 Melody Lane Shrewsbury, Mass. 01545 Berry, Thomas E. 6 Legendary Rd. E. Lyme, CT. 06333 Bessette, Deborah A. 130 Arlington St. Leominster, MA. 01453 Beucler, Frederick P. 34 Royall St. Medford, MA. 02155 Bielawski, julian P. 11 Pine St. Dudley, MA. 01570 Bilodeau, Pauline M. 4 Middle St. Taunton, Mass. 02780 Black, Sharon M. 151 Pleasant St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Blaisdell, Brett Z. 54 Union St. Windsor, VT. 05089 Blanford, Mark O. 29 First St. Apt. 2 Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Blasetti, Gerard F., jr. 26 Pearl St. Ayer, MA. 01432 Block, Daniel A. 28 Maple St. S. Hamilton, MA. 01982 Bloss, David M. 15 Howlett St. Topsfield, MA. 01983 Blumenthal, Les H. 32 Marlboro St. Norwood, MA. 02062 Bodnar, Walter S. 719 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Bogosian, Richard C. 76 Doty Street Waltham, MA. 02154 Bohdanowicz, Stanley R. 36 Cleveland Ave. Westfield, MA. 01085 Boice, jennifer R. 207 Park Dr. Apt. 36 Boston, Mass. 02215 Boisiolie, Kurt D. 29 Holbrook St. N. Adams, MA. 01247 Boisvert, Barry L. 27 Shaunna Ct. Manchester, NH. 03103 Bolduc, David A 24 Maude St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Bolton, Elizabeth E, 40 Lillian St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Bonczar, jo-Ann M. 369 Hovey St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Boni, Francesca M. 728 Plymouth St. E. Bridgewater, MA. 02333 Borowifc, joseph R. 47 Indian Spring Rd. E. Longmeadow, MA. 01028 Boshey, Maher M. 265 Nesmith St, Lowell, MA. 01852 Botelho, Margaret S. 422 Treble Cove Rd. Billerica, Mass. 01821 Bouchard, Stephen G. 104 Martin St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Boucher, Philip V. 227 Crawford St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Bouckuyt, Andrew C. 66 Ames St. Methuen, MA, 01844 Bourquf, Daniel F. 38 Farnham St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Boutin, Stanley G. 1 Livingston Dr. Peabody, MA. 01960 Bowlen, Gene F. 344 W. Royalston Rd. Athol, MA. 01331 Bowman, Ronald D. 27 Burritt St. Nashua, NH. 03060 Boyle, Deborah A. 50 Conrad St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Boyle, Lawrence M. 185 Branch St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Bozek, Sandra L. 234 Beacon St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Bradley, Sister P. 267 Pawtucket St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Brady, Rox F. '14 Longxt ood Dr. Andox er, M.-X. 01810 Brady, Thomas C. 2'-' fktlxett 'kt e. Lonell, Mass. 01854 Braverrnan, Wayne R. 6 Anthony Rd. Bedtord, Mass. 01 ' 10 Braxfil, Pauline -X. 1 Gardner St. Fairhaven, Mass. 02719 Britton, Frederick H. 90 Nelsolt -XX e. Lowell, Mass. 018'v2 Britton, Gary T. 284 Wilder St. Lon ell, M.-X. 01on1 0' Brooks, George P. Straw berry Ln. N. Reading, MA. 01864 Bron n, Ernest P. 38 White St. Littleton, MA, 01460 Broun, George Y, -1 Forbes Ave. Burlington, MA. 01803 Brudo, Yyon l. 27 Merrill St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Buckley, lames W. 10 A. Pine St. Stoneham, Mass. 02180 Buco, Marian K. 21 Taylor St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Budge, Michael 1. 53 Barastord Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Burge, David L. 1-14 Thissell Ave. Ap. 10 Dracut, MA. 01826 Burke, Deborah M. 118 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Burns, Robert C. 1988 Middlesex St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Burns, Sandra M. 35 Greenwood Ave. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Burns, James P., lr. 1109 Greendale Ave. Needham, MA. 02192 Burrows, Robert 98 Humphrey St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Bursey, Raymond R. 108 Crosby Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Buscemi, loseph D. 49 Butler Ave. Maynard, MA. 01754 Busteed, Barbara E. 16 Flintlock Rd. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Buteau, Bernard R. 8 Elm St, Hudson, MA. 01749 Butera,1oseph 16 Lisa Ln. Lawrence, Mass. 01845 Butler, lohn T. 39 Dale St. Revere, Mass. 02151 Butler, William D. 14 A. Sanger St. Medford, Mass, 02155 Butt, William l., lr. 102 Curtis St. Reading, MA. 01867 Buyck, Donna M. 51 Beverly St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Byrne, Matthew T. 1274 Shawsheen St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 L .ttltlt-ll, lauren 256 Brant lt St. 'X-2 loxxell, A1 A, 011151 L alttll.Lolleen1, 130 l,tllll'l'Nt1l1 Rtl. Bedtortl, Mass. 01710 Calltotin, Xtrlliam I. 18 Turkey Hill Lane Hrngharn, Mass. 0204 5 Callaltan, lay 1. 6 '9 Pt til Sl i. .. tc. Br oc kton, MA.02-101 Callery, Deborah A, 28 Blossom Sl. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Camasso, David A. 11 l3et'estorc1St. Lawrenc e, MA.018-11 Cantpana, Mary ls. 241 No. Broadway Haverhill, Mass. 01850 Camuso, Peter l, 86 Robinwood Rd. Dedham, MA. 02026 Cannavo, Gary G. 4 Shirley Ave. Methuen, MA, 01844 Cantera, Donna M. 49 Highland Ct. Malden, Mass. 02148 Caprari, Lawrence E. 49 E. Meadow Ln. Apt. 48 Lowell, Mass. 01854 Carbonf, Ronald W. 85 Bow St. Medford, MA. 02155 Carchedi, David R. 478 Washington St. E. Walpole, MA, 02032 Cardello, Raymond 1. 11 Leeds Terrace Lawrence, MA. 01843 Carey, Robert E. 208 Farm St. Millis, MA. 02054 Carey, Stephen H. 13 Baniulis Rd. Billerica, MA. 01821 Carey, Paul l. ll 406 Pawtucket St. Lowell, MA, 01854 Caron, Jacqueline A. 11 Short St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Caron, lohn 1. 25 King St. Fitchburg, MA, 01420 Carpenito, Anthony 527 Fulton St. Medford, MA. 02155 Carpenito, Arthur 527 Fulton St. Medford, MA. 02155 Carr, Cynthia L. 2 Gifford Lane Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Carroll, leanne A. 651 Trull Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Carter, lohn D. 161 Westminster Ave. Arlington, MA. 02175 Casey, lames B. 23 Belrose Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 CasGYr lOhn 1. 692 Bedford St. Concord, MA.017-12 Casey, Thomas 1. 67 Lonsdale St. Dorchester, MA. 02124 Castro, Orlando 1. 52 Belmont Ave. Lowell, MA, 01852 Cayer, Pauline T. 113 Varnum Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Celeste, Philip 1. 10 Flint St. Danvers, Mass. 01923 teppt, Roht-it 1, 110 Dt-lnrorrt S. Wert ester, MA. 01604 t etartrk, l.lttll1t'Xl1lN1, 20 Dll1L:lt'ltit1l lftl. Chelmsford, Mass,0182-1 Chabot, Gary A. 96 Lewis St. Fall River, MA. 02724 Ll1dl1,Ll1llNltJpl1t'l' Lll liox 'hi Lowell, MA. 01854 Chan, Kam 592 B French St. Lowell, MASS. 01854 Chan, Wing-Sum D. 230 Kam Hon House lxowloon, Hongkong Chandler, Susan M. 84 Fourth Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Chanson, Scott D. 15 Tahanto Rd. Worcester, MA. 01602 Chaples, Catherine R. 35 Whittier St. Amesdurs, Mass. 01913 Chaplin, Steven D. 6 Wheaton Dr. Nashua, NH. 03060 Chapman, Peter E. 166 Summer St. Fitchburg, Mass. 01420 Cheney, lames R. 71 18th St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Cheung, Kam S. 155 Salem St. 2lF Lowell, MA. 01854 Chin, Edward 11 jones Ave. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Ching, Henry S. 40 Surry Rd. Arlington, MA. 02174 Chtorello, Barry 1. 832 Fairmount Ave. Trenton, Nl. 08629 Chisholm, lean A. 88 Enfield St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Chiu, Lai M. 602 Shanghai St. 2lF Hong Kong Choinslci, Thaddeus 1. 192 Vernon St. Worcester, MA. 01607 Chou, Sheung-Chr 155 Salem St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Chow, Stephen W. 54 Hunt St. N. Quincy, MA. 02171 Chretien, George L,, lr. 1007 Prospect si. Chicopee, MA. 01020 Christoph, Frank A,, lr. 319 Washington Rd. W, Barrington, R,l. 02890 Chutchian, Suzanne C. 4 Scott Dr. Chelmstord, Mass, 01824 Ciak, Robert l. 110 Maple St. Easthampton, Mass. 01027 Crardtllo, Beverly M. 43 Buswell St. Lawrence, Mass.018-11 Ciccone, Paul M. 428 Union St. Leominster, MA. 01451 Crmmino, Gennaro 1. 3 Meadowbrook Dr, Andover, MA. 01810 Crrellr, Linda B. 165 SpruceSt. No. Abington, Mass. 02 151 Clancy, Kathleen M. 22 Arbor Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mas. 01861 l1.rrls,l1irrrt.rril. ti 1 rlrt-tit St, uktttliiywl,rN1k,1lllilll tlark, lotirs.rM. lwltlrt'I1y51. nkrrilovet, lNl.iss, 11111111 K l.llls,lN1.ll1t'1. ts 1 tlrt-rty St. Atrtlover, MA. 1118 HX' Llt1llx,htll.1l1l1t' 11.0. BOX 1602 l titVt'll, lV1!A. 111110-1 Cleary, lostiph l', 51 lurek 1 St L.. VVtit't est et, MA.1,11o0i Clegg, Stephen A. 46 Corliett St. l,tiWt'll, lV1.lss, 011112 Clermont, Denise ti, 115 Hildreth St. lowell, Mass, 01850 Coakley, Richard F, 8 Dirlam Cir. Tewksbury,fy1A,01tS76 Coblergh, lohn H. 219 Rowley Bridge Rd. Topstteld, Mass. 01981 Cochran e, Nancy S. 119 Beverly St. No. Andover, Mass, 01845 Cogan, Phyllis 1, 554 North St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Cohen, Fred 18 F, Street Hull, MA. 02045 Cohen, Mark S. 15 Blac kstone St. Peabody, Mass. 01960 Colby, Brian P. 22 Lee Ave, Fitchburg, MA, 01420 Coluchi, Pamela 1. 20 Rainbow Ave. Chelmstord, Mass. 01824 Comeau, Linda A. 53 Briar Hill Dr. Lynn, Mass. 01902 Contalon e, lohn S. 9 Walden Rd. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Conlin, Donna C. 29 Pratt Ave, A-16 Lowell, MA.0185-1 Conneli, Brian 1.. 67 Graniteville Rd. Westtord, MA. 01886 Connors, Michael 52 Gartre1dAve. Woburn, Mass. 01843 Conroy, David M. 19 Princeton Ave, Andover, MA, 01810 Constantin, lames 99 Windham Rd. Pelham, NH. 0.5076 Conway, Catherine E. 18 Hampstead Ave. Btllerica, Mass. 01821 Cook, Robert l, 54 Lebel Rd. Lynn, MA. 01904 Cook, Susan I. 365 Cabot St. Beverly, Mass. 01915 Cooper, David L. 15.5 Lincoln Rd. Sudbury, MA. 01776 Cooper, larrtes M. 10 Robbins Rd. Arlington, Mass. 02174 Cordingley, Michael F. 72 Grand St. Lowell, fylass. 01851 Cormier, Catherine L. 66 Thayer St. Lowell, Mass. 01831 Cormier, Dennis R. 8 Alma St. Lowell, Aldsm 012154 Cormier, William A. 139 Hayward St. Braintree, Mass. 02184 Cornwell, Charles F. 40 Cummings Ave. Quincy, Mass. Correia, Paul S. 341 State Rd. N. Dartmouth, MA. 02747 Cossaboom, james D. 1847 Plymouth St. Middleboro, MA. 02346 Costos, Bruce S. 5 Agnes Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Cote, Susan P. 24 Mclntosh Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Couture, Robert L. RFD 1, Range Rd. Windham, NH. 03087 Coyle, Bernadette 7 Kevin St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Crider, Ronald j. 205 Willimantic Rd. Baltic, CT. 06330 Cronin, Barbara A. 21 Palmer St. Medford, MA. 02155 Cronin, Edward C. 157 Nesmith St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Crosby, David A. 43 Courier St. S. Weymouth, MA. 02190 Crosier, john T. Bishop St. Merrimac, N.H. 03054 Croteau, Henry L. 12 Usher Rd. Grafton, MA. 01536 Croteau, Thomas A. 51 Orchard St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Crowe, john A. 86 Douglas Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Crowell, Patricia A. 152 Willowdale Ave. Tyngsboro, MA. 01879 Cullen, Edward R. 35 Webster Ave. Beverly, MA. 01915 Cullen, john j. 5 Baker St. Peabody, MA. 01960 Cullen, Mary E. 99 Depot Rd. Westford, Mass. Cullum, Douglas L. 15 Lochslea Rd. Littleton, MA. 01460 Cummings, john j. 252 Broad St. Weymouth, Mass. 02169 Cunniffe, Lawrence K. 8 Patten Rd. Westford, Mass. 01886 Cunningham, james A. 294 Neponset Val. Pkwy. Hyde Park, MA. 02136 Curran, Edward j. 24 Chestnut St. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Curtis, Muriel 108 Boston Rd. N. Billerica, Mass. 01862 Cutter, Michael R. 136 Davis Ave. Auburn, ME. 04210 Czerlonka, Deborah j. 11 Cinderella Circle Dracut, Mass. 01826 D'Angelo, Adolph, jr. 2079 Lawrence Rd. Marcellus, N.Y. 13108 Dailey, Karen P. 47 Whitney Ave. Lowell, MA. 01850 Daly, Michael A. 94 Ballardvale Rd. Andover, MA. 01810 Damore, David L. 91 Tremont St. Salem, MA. 01970 Danoour, johnny P.O. Box 1567 Tehran, Iran Darche, Michael j. 26 Oakwood Ave. Aubrun, MA. 01501 Dargento, Raymond F. 133 High St. Waltham, Mass. 02154 Dascher, Norman E., jr. 356 Leedale St. Albany, N.Y. 12209 Dauphinais, Andre E. 11 Norfold St. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Davis, George W. 4 Pinewood Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Davis, Neil R. 3 lntervale Rd. Springfield, MA. 01118 Davoodi, Heshmatolla 169 Broadway Lowell, MA. 10854 Deangelo, john H. 279 Newport Ave. Quincy, MA. 02170 Deburro, Valerie A. 43 Lowell St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Defreitas, Gail 56 Fourth Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Deignan, William j. 495 Boylston St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Delano, Donald R. 132 Southwest St. Feeding Hills, MA. 01030 Dellechiaie, Steven j. 59 Webber St. Leominster, MA. 01453 Dellolio, Linda A. 49 Anderson Ave. Worcester, Mass. 01604 Delorey, Kevin P. 31 Dix St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Demers, Dorothy E. 72 Aberdeen St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Demers, George E. 72 Aberdeen St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Denkitvorawong, Chitti 116 Textile Ave. Apt. 1 Lowell, MA. 01854 Dennett, Charles R. 178 Dutcher St. Hopedale, MA. 01747 Depontrriand, joseph A. 39Vz Flint Pond Dr. Nashua, N.H. 03060 Deramo, Frank A. 69 Alvarado Ave. Worcester, MA, 01604 Derrick, Steven E. 66 Riverside St. Watertown, MA. 02172 Descoteaux, Alan j. 445 Textile Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Descoteaux, Andre P. 14 Park St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Desmond, Cynthia G. 139 Durant St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Despres, Daniel A. 219 S. Quaker Lane W. Hartford, CT. 06119 Desrochers, Norman G. 22 Martin St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Destefano, Stephanie j. 201 Cart Path Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Devine, janet K. 12 Santa Fe Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Devolve, Sander j. 859 Lakeview Ave. Lowell, MA. 01850 Dexter, Marie L. 25 Monmouth St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Dickinson, Paula 14 Witham Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Diep, Thanh S. 155 Salem St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Dion, Linda M. 7 Alden Ct. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Dion, Wayne C. 49 Flint Pond Dr. Hollis, NH. 03060 Disalvo, Richard j. 17 Marshall Ter. Lowell, MA. 01854 Dizoglio, Dawn j. 5 Mt. Auburn St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Dodier, Maureen A. Baker St. Amesbury, Mass. 01913 Dodier, Thomas A. 66 School St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Doell, Alan B. 50 Hildreth St. Apt. 10 Lowell, MA. 01850 Doherty, joanne 82 Enfield St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Doherty, Victor j. 29 Ardmore Rd. Needham, MA. 02194 Doig, Alistair D. 8 Church St. So. Barre, MA. 01074 Donehuf, Paul C. 525 Andover St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Doneski, janet M. 283 Oakland Ave. Arlington, MA. 02174 Donovan, Mary E. 86 Crescent St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Dooley, Mary E. 5 Doris Rd. Bedford, Mass. 01730 Douglass, Gail M. 63 A St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Dowling, judith 82 Boylston Ln. Apt. 17 S. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Downing, Richard A. 64 Pine Hill Rd. Ashland, MA. 01721 Downing, William S. 647 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Doyle, Richard H. 93 White St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Drane, Glenn D. 17 Mineral St. Reading, MA. 01867 Dressler, Mark L. 206 Congress St. Milford, MA. 01757 Driscoll, Mark R. 69 Taylor Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Driscoll, Patricia A. 3 Congress St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Driscoll, Thomas D. 12 Rustic Rd. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Duarte, Francis M. 801 Central St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Dubreutl, Marc.P. 7 Brulf Ave. Lewiston, ME. 04240 Dudek, Leon j., jr. 26 Argyle Rd. Braintree, MA. 02184 Duffy, Lorraine j. 416 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Duffy, Paul 84 Fourth Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Dufour, Daniel j. 6 Pilgrim Rd. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Duft, Thomas L. 2 Purdue Dr. Milford, MA. 01757 Dulkie, Brian A. 4 Beech St. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Durkin, Christine P. 71 Shawmut Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Dyson, Richard C. 52 Pleasant St. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Easter, Susan M. 9 Asbury Ave. Woburn, Mass. 01801 Eaves, Thomas F. 133 Chester Ave. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Egbers, Robert G. 1 Palmetto Cir. Stuart, FL. 33494 Ellen bogen, Karla D. 330 Concord Ave. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Emmott, john M. 50 Third St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Ericson, Debra L. 17 Sonora Dr. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Erskine, Fred H. 322 Walnut St. Lynn, MA. 01905 Evans, james E. 859 Lakeview Ave. A-19 Lowell, MA. 01850 Evans, james j. 3 S. Cambridge St. Worcester, MA. 01610 Exarhacos, George C. 11 Voukourestiou Athens, Greece Fabiano, Suzanne M. 32 Lafayette St. Wakefield, Mass. 01880 Fabri, Stephen O. 6 Cleveland Rd. Beverly, Mass. 01915 Fahey, Mary j. 64 Chase Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Fallist, Paula j. 85 Durso Ave. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Fallon, joseph R. 4 Lynch St. Peabody, MA. 01960 Fan, Billy 725 Merrimack St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Farrell, Helen A. 105 Butterfield St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 390 l Farsi, Mohammad 59 School St. Apt. 168 Northboro, MA. 01512 Favreau, David L. 958 Bridge St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Feehan, Michael A. 507 Boylston St. Loxxell, Mass. 01852 Felton, Bradley l. 88 Inland St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Feole, loan M, 24 Conrad St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Ferdous, Seid M. 12 Decatur St. Lotxell, MA. 0185-1 Ferris, Richard C. 77 North St. N. Reading, MA. 01864 Ferry, lettrex' S. 10 Maryvale Rd. Burlington, MA, 01803 Fillo, Paul E. T7 Endfield Dr. West Warwick, Rl. 02893 Fitzgerald, Andrea E. 18 Richdale Ave. Somerville, Mass. 02145 Fitzpatrick, Patricia l. 7 Lakeview Terrace 1Noburn, MA. 01801 Flanagan, William T. 67 Varnum St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Fleming, Mary E. 100 Agawam St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Flynn, Chester H. 14 Charme Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Flynn, Kathleen M. 215 Remington St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Flynn, Kevin M. 24 Waugh St. Apt. 1A Lowell, MA. 01854 Foley, Sandra E. 55 Second Sf. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Follweiler, David C. 72 Buckingham Dr. Billerica, Mass. 01862 Forbes, Scott F. 4 lackson St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Fournier, lanine F. 430 Hilldale Ave. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Fowler, Christopher P. 13 Nesmith St. Derry, NH. 03038 Fox, Kathleen M. 56 Fairmount St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Fox, Vicki I. 3 Depot St. Westford, Mass. 01886 Franchitto, Dana L. 7 Barnum Rd. Burlington, Mass. 01803 Frankin, lohn C. 97 Florence St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Frappier, Mary E. 55 West Fifth Ave. Lowell, Mass. Fraser, lames R. 7 Shore Ave. Maynard, MA. 01754 Frazier, Yvonne l. Box 443 Oak Dr. Provincetown, Mass. 02657 Fredericks, Paul C. 1375 Vine St. Somerset, MA. 02726 Fregeau, Kenneth A. 12 Wayne St. Springfield, MA. 01118 Frost, lohn M. 261 Barker Ave. Lowell, MA. 01851 Fuller, Mariellen 184 Mains St. Fast Orleans, Mass. 026-ll Fuller, Robert M. 384 Davis Rd. Bedford, MA. 01710 Fullerton, Carol A. 35 Nolte Rd. Billertca, MA. 01821 Funaro, Vincent P. 393 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Fung, Clement 130 F. Aiken St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Furture, Francis S. 1905 Middlesex Sf. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Furuhiflm, Martin R. 73 Russell St. Malden, MA. 02148 Gabree, Richard R., lr. 40 Edgewood St. Holden, MA. 01520 Gacicia, Robert W. 47 Water St. Quincy, MA. 02169 Gaffey, Timothy l. 2 Morrison Ave. Wethersfield CT. 06109 Gagne, lames G. 667 Hildrefh St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Gagnon, Lorraine M. 12 Third Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Gagnon, Nelson R. 88 Warren Ave. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Gallagher, lohn T. 25 North Lowell St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Gallagher, William l. 21 Frothingham St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Gallant, Charlene M. 965 Ludlow St. New Bedford, Mass. 02745 Garabedian, Ohannes A. 480 Lowell Ave. Newtonville, MA. 02160 Garate, Evangelinel. 293 Nesmith St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Garbaczewski, Karen l, 35 Monument St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Garber, Bruce S. 204 Ward St. Newton Centre, MA. 02159 Gardner, Robert K. 40 Euclid Ave. Quincy, MA. 02169 Garlick, Russell K. 43 Whiting St. Dedham, MA. 02026 Gates, Virginia 14 Sunnyside Rd. Woburn, MA. 01801 Gaudette, Denise T. 34 Saratoga St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Gaudette, Elizabeth 17 W. lenness St. Lowell, Mass, 01851 Geanacopoulos, Christopher M. 56 Second Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Gelineau, Neil L. 105 Navy Yard Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Gelles, Robert 129 Pine St. Holbrook, MA. 02343 Genakos, Maureen ly 508 llioailway Nt. Melhtten, Mass, 012144 Generafio, Russell l. liliiown St. liillerit a, MA. 01821 cit'lllIlL', Rolterl 56 Lexington St. l.lWr't'nc t', MA. 01841 George, William A. Main St. Barnstable, MA, 02610 German, William l. 710 Merrimack St. Lowell, MA, 01852 Ghorashi, Sc-ved-Reza P.O. Box 261, Fed Sta. Worcester, MA. 01601 Ghossi, Parviz 478 Moody St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Gianetta, William T. 27 Tanglewood Ave. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Giarrusso, Gary 284 High si. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Gibbons, Deborah l. 225 River Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Giers, William E. 270 Littleton Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Gilbert, lack M. 3 Burton Rd. Burlington, MA. 01803 Gilbert, Paul F. 219 Hartwell Ave. Littleton, MA. 01460 Gilbride, Catherine A. 98 Boisvert St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Gillaspie, Richard F. 19 Clarissa Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Gioiosa, Richard l. 120 Princeton St. E. Boston, MA. 02128 Girardi, George 1. 1 Plantation St. Worcester, MA. 01604 Giunta, Stephen l. 53 Felt St. Salem, Mass. 01970 Glancy, Robert F. 103 Glendale St. Everett, Mass. 02149 Glick, Martin S. 91 Gale Avenue Haverhill, MA. 01830 Glover, Stephen F. 33 Buttaro Rd. Woburn, MA. 01801 Goguen, Donald L. 96 Nichols St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Gokey, Brian R. Box 34, Smith Ferry Holyoke, Mass. Golden, Henry l. 252 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Gomez, Antonio E. Carrera 78A-33A439 Medellin, Columbia Gonzalfz, Miguel A. 3 Nadine Rd. Acton, MA, 01720 Goodale, Thomas C. 8 Lovell Rd. Watertown, MA. 02172 Goodrich, David l. 22 Lexington St. Canton, MA. 02021 Goodwin, Mark B. 144 Thissell Ave. 10 Dracut, MA. 01826 Goody, Bruce 148 Stevens St. Lowell, MA. 01854 kiiitisetts., l2.lvltl llv1.iimle St, liuilingtori, Nl-X, tllfttfi fitlllltll1,lXt1Vlll IJ. ffvtelotly lant- l'i-lliam, N.lI. tl tflfti lioiilon, Mat 104 Flelt ltei' Sl. lowell, lv1.iss.1llllFi-1 V . Litlllltllhvvllll-ll11 13. 4 Vinson Cn. Winn hestei, MA, 01890 cifffllll, Riselys C., 242 Branch St, Lowell, MA, 01851 Goiini, Robin L, 4 Riverview St. Beverly, Mass, 01915 Gorman, Lathleen A. 23 Casllewoocl Dr. Billerica, Mass. 01821 Gotfschalk, lohn H., lr. 18 Southbourne Rd. 8oslon,Mass.021i0 Gould, Dana R. Topsfield Rd. Boxford, MA. 01921 Goulet, Richard C. 7 Cedar Lane Merrimac k, NH. 0 S054 Grady, lohn R, 23 King Sl. Palmer, MA, 01069 Graham, Sally A. 6 Kimloch St. Littleton, Mass. 01460 Grande, Leon E. 28 Foskett St. Somerville, Mass. 02144 Graves, William P, lll 71 Prescott St. F. Pepperell, MA. 01417 Graydon, Noel 8. 815 Concord Tpke. Arlington, MA. 02174 Oreen,lOl1r1l. lll 67 Eunice Circle Wakefield, MA. 01880 Greenlee, Richard H. 925 Kirigsman Dr. Norco, CA. 91960 Greenwood, Susan E. 2 luniper St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Gregoire, Willianfl. 103 Sherman St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Grenier, Barry M. 30 Fair St. Newburyport, Mass. 01950 Griffin, Michael I. 233 Bailey St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Griffin, Peter T. A1703 Merrimack Plaza Lowell, MA, 0185-l Grimaldi, Dean G. 406 Pawtucket St. Lowell, MA, 0185-1 Guarente, Glenn T. 53 North St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Guenard, Richard M. 12 Bradford Terrace Everett, MA. 02149 Guilbert, Patrick N. 97 Gile St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Guillemette, Robert W. 27 West St. Westford, MA. 01886 Guilmart, lames G. 111 Georgetown GDS. 2-A Torrington, CT. 06790 Guilmette, Stephen R. 9 Ohio Ave. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Gurney, Paul V. 78 Davenport Terr. Taunton, MA. 02780 Gustin, Mithael M. RD 2 Oxford, NY. 13830 Ha, Tuan T. 572 C, French St. Ext. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Haagsma, james H. 519 Hill St. Whitinsville, MA. 01588 Haggerty, Brian F. 287 School St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Haith, Bryant L. 114 Chancey St. New Bedford, MA. 02740 Hall, james H. 26 Wilson Ave. Belmont, MA. 02178 Hall, Lawrence j. 12 Sargent St. Malden, MA. 02148 Hallet, james F. Townsend Rd. W. Groton, MA. 01472 Hamel, julio 45 Porter Rd. Cambridge, MA. 02140 Hamill, Bernard H. 17 Weston Ave. Georgetown, MA. 01833 Hamourgas, Nikolaos 60 Fourth Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Hanks, Douglas A. 92 Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Hanlon, Mark W. 1053 Middlesex St. A-6 Lowell, MA. 01851 Hannan, Donald E. Smith Corner Rd. Newton, NH. 03853 Harju, Robert W. West St. Carver, MA. 02330 Harmon, Glenn C. 7 Wildwood St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Harnden, joseph H. 8 Diamond St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Harold, jack L. 27 Blantyre Rd. Malden, Mass. 02148 Harrington, Ann M. 42 Pollard St. Billerica, Mass. 01821 Harrington, Edward M. 34 Dennison Ave. Framingham, Mass. 01701 Harrington, Patricia A. 15 Grandview Rd. No. Reading, Mass. 01864 Hart, Robert W. 22 Hyde St. Revere, MA. 02151 Hartigan, Wanda N. 16 Cosgrove St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Harvey, Debra M. 3 Evergreen Ave. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Hatfield, Shirley L. 112 Oak St. Foxborough, Mass. 02035 Hatton, William R. 132 Roger Williams Ave. Providence, R.l. 02907 Haugh, Edward j. 16 Randlett St. Wollaston, Mass. Hayward, Everett I. 10 jeanne Ave. Brockton, Mass. 02401 Heafy, Mary 23 Sargent St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Healy, Kenneth T. 73 Lancaster Rd. Dedham, MA. 02026 Heath, Olive A. 145 P.O. SQ. Apt. A 808 Lowell, Mass. 01853 Hegner, Daniel F. 5 Flsie St. Everett, MA. 02149 Heintz, john A. 118 Mt. Pleasant St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Helie, Dennis G. 327 Fremont St. Manchester, NH. 03103 Hellmuth, William N. 277 jenness St. Lynn, MA. 01904 Helton, David K. 4 Bristol Rd. Peabody, MA. 01960 Hendricks, Terryj. 37 Flint Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Henry, Stephen B. 123 Groton Rd. Westford, MA. 01886 Herlihy, john W. 70 Winthrop St. Lynn, Mass. 01904 Herman, Anna F. 6 Bruce St. Burlington, Mass. Herron, john P. 48 Linwood St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Hertz, Robert M. 16 Allen St. Newburyport, MA. 01950 Hetherman, Mark j. Grimes Rd. Keene, NH. 03431 Heyde, Arthur j. 17 Chestnut St. Natick, MA. 01760 Hickey, john 131 Dalton Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Hidalgo, Maria P. 20 Basswood St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Higgins, james T. 130 Boxford St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Higgins, Thomas M. 61 Parkland Ave. Lynn, MA. 01904 Hight, Wayne F. 42 Woodbine Rd. Medford, Mass. 02155 Hill, Darrell L. 77 Parliament Dr. Franklin, Mass. 02038 Hodgkins, Ronald L. 59 Linnea Lane Reading, MA. 01867 Hoell, Robert P. 16 Boisvert Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Hogencamp, Bobbi G. 7 Washington St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Hollins, Kathleen E. 52 Railroad St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Holmes, Arnold H. P.O. Box 2394 Ltl. Lowell, MA. 01854 Holmes, Robert j., jr. 26 Regent Dr. Nashua, N.H. 03060 Horgan, Anne L. 235 Billerica Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Houghton, Charles D. Ox Pasture Rd. Manchester, MA. 01944 Houle, Arthur j. 68 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 House, joan F. 7 Pershing St. Forge Village, Mass. 01828 Howard, Christine A. 25 Garland Ave. Malden, Mass. 02148 Howard. David W. P.O. Box 105 Pittsfield, MA. 01201 Howarth, Thomas M. 332 june St. Worcester, MA. 01602 Howlett, David A. 10 King si. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Hryniewich, Rebecca M. 171 Newton Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Hung, Simon j. 16 Barbara Circle Burlington, MA. 01803 Hunt, Arthur G. 127 Mt. Vernon Ave. Melrose, MA. 02176 Hunt, Wayne M. 5 lerridge Lane Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Hurd, Wallace A. lll 22 Putnam Rd. Bedford, MA. 01730 Hurton, AnneM. 12 Marie St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 lannaco, Ronald V. 800 Heath St. Chestnut Hill, MA. 02111 llg, john D. 98 West Sixth St. Lowell, MA. 01852 lmbriglio, Paula 249 Austin St. Fall River, Mass. 02723 lmhoff, Brian 411 Great Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Ingram, Richard L. 83 Tor Court Pittsfield, MA. 01201 lssa, Mohammed S. 15 Wildwood St. Apt. 2 Dracut, MA. 01826 jackson, Arthur j. 65 Pavilion Ave. Cranston Rl. 02920 jackson, Patricia A. 75 Bunker Hill St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 jackson, Timothy D. 45 Ashland Ave. Methuen, Mass. 01844 jacobsen, Robert M. 3 Prospect Parkway Auburn, MA. 01501 jacobson, Karl A. 82 Fourth St. Lowell, MA. 01850 jacobson, Philip G. 18 Doe Drive Billerica, MA. 01881 jafferji, Kalimuddin S. 63 Varnum Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 james, Alan W. 196 Old Westford Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 janeczek, Anthony j., jr. 175 Avery Ave. Meriden CT. 06450 janvier, Pamela A. 21 Carleton St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 jarrar, Adnan 5. 265 Nesmith St. Lowell, MA. 01852 jeans, Stuart E. 67 Columbia Park Haverhill, MA. 01830 lezak, Stephen l. 140 Trotting Pk Road Lowell, MA. 01854 johnson, Robert P. 144 Quincy Ave. Winthrop, MA. 02152 johnstone, Cynthia 73 Middlest Newbury Port, Mass. 01950 jones, jacquelyn S. 8 Doral Dr. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 jones, james R. 24 East St. Ware, MA. 01082 jones, Linda R. 17 Anna Rd. Woburn, MA. 01801 jones, Richard A. 6 Livery Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 jones, Steven R. 31 Blantyre Rd. Malden, MA. 02148 jordan, Daniel W. 125 White St. Lowell, MA. 01854 jordan, Robert E. 61 E. Meadow Lane Lowell, MA. 01854 joseph, Robert A. 39 Cedar Hill Rd. Ashland, MA. 01721 joyce, jacqueline 12 Newcomb Ave. Saugus, Mass. 01906 jusczak, Gary W. 135 Belleview Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 jussaume, Rosemarie S. 174 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 jussif, Adel S. 102 Beacon Hill St. Lynn, MA. 01902 Kacavas, Theodore 373 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, MA. 01854 Kacmarcik, Michael D. Franklin St. E. Douglas, MA. 01516 Kane, Gretchen A. 12 Varney St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Kapeckas, Vito 600 School St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Kapinos, Alan j. 78 Beaulieu St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Karangioze, Nicholas 30 Troy St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Kataisto, jon Box 2, Worcester Rd. Hubbardston, MA. 01452 Kay, Elizabeth A. 61 Stearns Ave. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Kay, Robin D. 220 Nashua Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Kazemi, Seyed K. 1905 Middlesex St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Kearns, David P. 24 Fremont St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Kearns, Karen j. 64 Livingston Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Keating, john H. 142 Baldwin Rd. Billerica, Mass. 01821 l -I 't l i -l 1 l l if il ii il l in ,l l l 1 l 1 i l t ,l ii 1 i 1 ii E. ii 1 ,1 lgi ll li fi 1 l l ,, il :- l ',l'i -:fl Keating Leah -X. 142 Baldwin Rd. Billet it a, Mass. 01821 lseen, Nantx t.. 3f191X'asliiiigtoii Bt. NU. l'el11l1it1lst', .N1.lss. 02 5511 lxellehei .slaixann 1191Yest St. Louell, Mass. 01850 Kellex, Rithard G. 6' Brooksdale Rd. Brighton, M-X. 02115 lsellx, Paul R. 68 Wright St. Stonehani, M-X. 02180 Kendall. Lexxis S. 5 Margaret Rd. Peabody Mass. 01960 Rhodabakhsli, Mahnaz 12 Decatur St. Lowell, M.-X.018S-1 lxillion, judith -X. 4' Plain Rd. Nabnasset, M,-X, 01861 Ring, lohn T. 410 New Boston Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Kinsman, Michael A. RFD1 Chailemont, MA. 01339 Rlatecki, joseph W, 12 Wakefield St. Webster, MA. 01570 Kloczlsowslsi, X'Vitold H. N. Cove Rd. Sterling, MA. 01565 Klopp, Martha E. 45 Belle Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Knipe, Robvn L. 8 Trask St. Gloucester, Mass. 01930 Knowlton, Valerie M. P.O. Box 39, 200 North St. Danvers, Mass. 01923 Kolifrath, Helen C. 10 Dana St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Koniowka, Deborah A. 1052 Methuen St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Konovalchick, john 1608 Westfield St. W. Springfield, MA. 01089 Kos, Michael P. 102 Upton St. Grafton, MA. 01519 Koski, Gregory H. 523 Fletcher St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Koslowski, Walter T., jr. 70 Middle St. Braintree, MA. 02184 Kowalczik, Susan C. 41 Chudy St. Three Rivers, MA. 01080 Kraus, Linda M. P.O. Box 505 Lowell, MA. 01853 Krawiecki, john P. 14 Riverside St. Needham Hgts., MA. 0219 Krikorian, Kathy R. 53 Westford St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Krol, William A. 87 Regina Rd. Lynn, MA, 01904 Kulis, Walter W. 351 Water St. Clinton, MA. 01510 Kurker, joseph N. 29 Claremont Ave. Arlington, MA. 02174 Lacerte, Kenneth R. 416 Hilldale St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 4 lattoix, Rttssell l. 21.11-ntxootl Me. Mt-tlitien, Mass. 0111-14 lateiiieie. Dax id l. 25 lltltlielh St. ltittell, A1-X, 11111511 lattettx, kai en -X. 511 l3t'.1X L'l11lt1Ul's Rtl. Burlington, M.tss.t1lt101 l.it,1aiix l's. 4511--llsl, 51.214 Sunnxstde, N.1. 11104 Laine lohn E. , - ml l'le.is.int Sl. Lunenbtirg, M.-X. 01462 I ani, Solonian C. 20,1 Hildreth St. Apt. 5 Lowell, Mass. 01850 Lambert, john G, Shaker Rd. Shirley, MA. 01-164 L.1l11111l,lN1.11'lx S. Martin Rd. Spencer, Mass. 01562 Lander, Mark A. 75 Anderson Ave. Warwick, Rl. 02888 Landry, Sandra C. 19 Plymouth Sl. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Landry, Henry B., jr. 420 Andover St. Wilmington, MA, 01887 Langlois, Mary E. 38 Kensington Ave. Haverhill, MA, 01830 Langroudi, Rahim F. 24 Fisher St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Lanoue, David A. 23 School St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Lantagne, Henry K. 202 Chelmsford St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Lanza, james L. 158 Pilling St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Lapalme, Donald R. 558 Amostown Rd. W. Springfield, MA. 01089 Lapham, Warren E. 391 Maple St. Danvers, Mass. 01923 Lapierre, Donna L. 20 Dartmouth St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Lappas, David P. Station Rd. Brookfield, CT. 06804 Laquidara, Mark j, 2 Oliver St. Natick, Mass. 01760 Larrabee, Robert T. 86 Woodland Rd. Ashland, Mass. 01721 Latsos, Athanasios 67 Vernon St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Lau, Mei Hing 6A Avenida 12-20 Zonal Guatemala Cen. Ame. Rica Laurie, Yvonne P. Westford St. Tyngsboro, Mass. 01879 Laurin, joy L. 42 Woodbine St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Law, William E., jr. 11 Pearson St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Lawnicki, Mark E. 103 A. Bellingham St. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Lawson, Charles N. 220 Park Ave. Dalton, MA. 01226 Leary, Brian W. 44 Stafford St. Worcester, MA. 01603 li-lilaiit, l.7.ix'ttl 511Lil.tils St. lytin,MuX,t1l'1t12 let lair, linda R, 15 Mar lnel Ave. Nti. 1 liellttstiii tl, Alas, lll let fynski, llat liar .i A. bbb 1Vl1t'elei Rtl. Dr at Lll, MA. 011126 lee, Sun-l ettng '00 Mr-riiniat k Sl. Lowell, M.-101854 lee, ll1UI11.1s VV. 1 1 3 William St. Slonehani, MA. 02180 Lee, Tiniothy F. 18 Autumn St. Malden, Mass. 02148 Leger, Michael j, 5 3 Underwood Ave. VV, Newton, 1V1.1ss. 02165 Legere, Susan l. 67 Montagua Rd. Turners Falls, Mas. 01376 Leibovitz, Harvey E. 52 Morningside Dr. Arlington, MA. 02174 Lemoine, Thomas V. 19 Spencer St. Lynn, MA. 01905 Leonard, David A. 38 Hancock St. Abington, MA. 02351 Leone, Donald R. 54 Charles St. Natick, MA. 01760 Lepage, Albert j. 22 B. Walnut Sl. Framingham, MA. 01701 Leszcynski, Michael D. 66 Lindall St. Danvers, MA. 01923 Letourneau, Gayle A. 94 Dracut St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Leung, Kwok W. Box 2443 L.T,l. Lowell, MA. 01854 Lewicki, Michael E. 27 Eden St. Ludlow, MA. 01056 Lewis, Thomas j. 379 Main St. Everett, MA, 02149 Lewis, Walter G. East Lake Dr. Montauk, NY. 11954 Li, Heung Wing 1 Tokwawan Rd. 5th Flr. Kowloon, Hong Kong Lindahl, Frederick B. 39 Bridge St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Little, Robert A. 7 Saunders Rd. Hudson, NH. 03051 Logan, Donald L. 140 Black Br. Lane Lowell, Mass. 01851 Loiek, Sally M. 168 Columbia Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Lombard, Robert W., jr. 17 West Shore Rd. Holbrook, MA. 02343 Long, james A. 12 B Street Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Lord, Glen A. 36 Sparkill St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Lukitsch, Barbara L. RFD 3, Henry Dr. Hudson, NH. 03051 Lussier, Matthew C. 88 April Ln. Pittsfield, MA. 01201 Lyon, William j. Cross St. Dunstable, MA. 01827 lstins, iN1itli.ii'l -X, llXV1l1I1lllt'Nlk l, 5. X'VexinitiiIli, MA, 11211111 1111 Ma, 1111-lllllg 1115 131-giiiiia Souls lst lxoxvltion, llong Rong Mat l7tin.iltl, Riilii-rl LJ, 5 RllNNf'll let. Newliuryptir t, MA, 01050 Mat t-wen, Steven VV. 28 Thornton Rd. Needharn, MA, 02192 Macteit-wski, Helaint- 126 Rea St. Ltiwell, fv1ass, 01852 Mackay, Deborah S. 289 Lowell Sl. Andover, Mass, 01810 Mackay, Stott D. 21Flinlloc k Rd. Lexington, MA. 02175 Macklin, jane 48 Dufton Rcl. Andover, Mass. 01810 MacLeod, Edward N., jr. 21 Bell St. Quincy, MA. 02169 MacMaster, Mary G. 44 Harvard St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 MacNeil, David W. 51 Lisle St. Braintree, MA. 02184 MacRae, Angus S. 255 Liberty St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Madden, Kevin H. 8 Claflin St. Attleboro, MA. 02703 Magelinski, Michael j. 184 Graves St. So. Deerfield, MA,01373 Mague, Theresa j. 5 Tailea Ave. Littleton, Mass. 01460 Maher, joseph T. 17 Argonne Rd. Billerica, MA. 01866 Mahoney, james j. 4 Dennison Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Majewski, Karen M. 18 Fern St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Malawa, Kenneth l. 1 St. Paul St. Westfield, MA. 01085 Malchow, joann F. 9 Alaska Ave. Bedford, Mass. 01730 Malczyk, Paul P. 759 Sacandaga Rd. SCotia, NY. 12302 Malihirosmen, jali A. 145 P.O. Sq. A-1710 Lowell, MA, 01852 Mallard, Ronald E. 60 Cleveland Sl. Arlington, MA. 02174 Malley, Peter A. 6 Grove St. Nabnassel, MA. 01861 N1CtfT11sl1,AbbOUC1 L. do M, Rodriguez, 14 Fairvitw Sl Roslindale, Mass. 01231 Mancuso, Paul R. 14 Curtis St. Waltham, MA, 02154 Mancuso, Peter A. 14 Curtis St. Waltham, MA, 02154 Mandile, Michael V. 142 Charles St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Mangan, james S. 7 Bulman Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Manning, Kathleen M. 19 Fairbanks Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Mantica, Marie T. 18 Hillcrest Dr. Lowell, MA. 01852 Marchand, Hector E., jr. 21 Horton St. Salem, MA. 01970 Marchenko, Richard P. 333 Falls Ave. Oakville CT. 06779 Marino, Daniel j. 16 Woodland St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Marion, Paul F. 420 Merrill Ln. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Markland, Thomas j. 3 Overlook Terr. Adams, Mass. 01220 Marlow, Brian D. 58172 Central Ave. N. Adams, MA. 01247 Marotta, Domenic A. 9 Trout Ave. Medford, MA. 02155 Martin, David j. 103 PineValley Dr. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Martin, james A. 441 Somerset Ave. Taunton, MA. 02780 Martin, Lionel P. 12 Coolidge Ave. Nabnasset, MA. 01861 Martin, William C. 9 Bruce Ave. Shrewsbury, MA. 01545 Martino, Elisa T. 43 Lewis Ave. Winthrop, MA. 02152 Massicotte, Roger A. 202 Westford St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Mayer, William E. 4 Hillside Rd. Lincoln, R.l. 02865 Mayotte, Gerald G. 96 Mt. Grove St. Lowell, MA. 01854 McCallum, Robert F. 11 Colonial Ter. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 McCarroll, Wallace W., jr. 60 West Spring St. Avon, MA. 02322 McCarron, julie M. 107 Treble Cove Rd. Billerica, Mass. 01862 McCarthy, Eileen M. 22 Chester St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 McCarthy, Karen V. 180 Tyngsboro Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mas. 01823 McCarthy, Kathleen M. 22 Chester St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 McCarthy, Marilyn R. 85 Ellis Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 McCartin, Marian A. 92 Holyrood Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 McClellan, Douglas G. 7 Walker Rd. ropsfietd, MA. 01983 McClellan, john j. 125 Dalton St. Lowell, MA. 01850 McComiskie, Anne W. ,27 Broad St. Groveland, MA. 01834 McConnell, james A. 7 Moody St. Amesbury, Mass. 01913 McCormick, Kevin 1 Dewey Ave. Wilmington, Mass. 01887 McCutcheon, john R. 3996 Bel Harbor Dr. Liverpool, NY. 13088 McDermott, joseph P. 49 Cottage St. Cambridge, MA. 02139 McDonald, William F. ltl 45 House Rock Rd. Weymouth, MA. 02188 McDonald, john A., jr. Robin Rd. W. Newbury, MA. 02985 McDonough, Gary 717 Liberty St. Braintree, MA. 02184 McDonough, james M. 10 Westwood Manor Dr. johnston, Rl. 02919 McDonough, William T. 18 jonathan Lane Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 McGonagle, Lawrence N. 35 Maple Ave. Everett, MA. 02149 McHale, Robert S. 28 Laurie Ave. West Roxbury, MA. 02132 Mclnerney, David W. 51 Starbird St. Lowell, MA. 01854 McLaughlin, Andrew j. 6 Warren St. Winchester, MA. 01890 McLaughlin, Ellie A. 32 Moosewood St. Billerica, MA. 01821 McManus, john W. 45 Roper St. Lowell, MA. 01852 McMenimen, William R. 290 Haverhill St. No. Reading, MA. 01864 McNally, Patricia A. 23 Theresa Rd. Quincy, Mass. 02169 McNally, Robert H. 18 Heritage Pl. S. Nesconset, N.Y. 11767 McSwiggin, Charles B. 151 Humphrey St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Meehan, Harry O. 7 Sheridan Ave. Medford, MA. 02155 Meehan, Kathleen M. 22 London St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Mega, Samuel V. 24 Dover St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Melanson, james A., jr. 98 Rainbow Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Melin, Clayton D. 11 Lyons St. Westborough, MA. 01589 Menardj Lionel A. 2 Lowell Rd. Medfield, Mass. 02052 Mercier, Maryann E. 217 Humphrey St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Meredith, james M. 21 Noble Drive Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Messina, Catherine A. 589 Howard St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Meyers, jeri A. 16 Valley Dr. Littleton, MA. 01460 Michaud, Arthur E. 5 Woodlawn St. Tyngsboro, MA. 01879 Michaud, Roger G. 61 Seventh Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Michaud, Susan A. 115 Littleton Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Mielt, janiceM. 20 Warnock St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Mikilitus, james j. 9 Monmouth St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Miller, Charles H. 126 Pine St. Ludlow, MA. 01056 Millett, Bruce R. 12 Royal Crest Dr. Nashua, NH. 03060 Mirabella, joseph T., jr. 23 Vane St. Revere, MA. 02151 Mitrano, Richard P. 11 Marion St. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Modell, Nancy L. 16 Edgelawn Ave. No. Andover, Mass. 01845 Momaney, Frederick R. Federal St. Montague, MA. 01351 Monahan, Francis j. 89 Maynard Rd. Framingham, MA. 01707 Moody, jeffrey H. 234 Foster St. Littleton, MA. 01460 Moody, Robert E. 3 Eleanor Rd. Walpole, Mass. 02081 Moran, Michael R. 241 Varnum Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Moreau, Michael j. 1303 Suffield St. Agawam, MA. 01001 Moriarty, Mary 12 Essex St. Andover, Mass. 01810 Morin, Andrea M. 176 Pilling si. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Morin, Gary G. 110 Weare St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Morin, Michael j. 47 jefferson St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Morris, Dennis j. 16 Gail St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Morrissey, Thomas L. Ill 17 Veteran Rd. Dedham, MA. 02026 Moulton, Patricia M. 8 Priscilla Lane Billerica, Mass. 01821 Moutzorogeorgo, Loukas 598172 Andover St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Moy, Allen S. 8 Spalding St. jamaica Plain, MA. 02130 Moynihan, Mark E. 175 W. Allen Ridge Springfield, MA. 01118 Muccio, Angelo R. 104-21 53 Ave. Corona, N.Y. 11368 Mudgett, Nancy j. 13 Bowdoin St. Danvers, Mass. 01923 Mullen, Michael T. 40 Bunker Hill Ave. Lowell, MA. 01850 Mulligan, Mary T. 320 Fairmount St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Mungovan, Debra A. 73 Andrews St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Murphy, Michael j. 39 Grasshopper Ln. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Myers, David P. 70 Upton St. Grafton, MA. 01519 Mykytiuk, Philip D. 31 Park Ave. S. Hadley, MA. 01075 Myskowski, Ann L. 287 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Myslowski, Carol S. 117 Third St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Nabedian, Gary j. 4 Fiske Rd. Lexington, MA. 02173 Nackel, Kathleen A. 56 Vernon St. Medford, Mass. 02155 Nadeau, Lucinda C. 38 Upham St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Nagle, john j. 16 Gardner Ave. Woburn, MA. 01801 Nagle, Kathleen A. 42 Denton St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Naiem, David j. 950 Essex St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Naiem, judy A. 4 Allyn Terr. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Nalbandian, Gregory V. 33 Apple St. Lynn, MA. 01902 Nangle, MaryLouise A. 76 Douglas Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Nardon e, Peter F. 24 Mason St. Beverly, MA. 01915 Nassif, Marian R. 58 One Half Haverhill Smethuen, Mass. 01844 Neale, William D. 270 Broadmeadow Rd. Marlboro, MA. 01752 Nelson, Susan A. 37 Maple Ave. Andover, Mass. 01810 Neman, Kamran 220 Sun Dance Rd. Stamford, CT. 06905 Neville, Mark E. Royal St. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Newell, Scott W. 21 Westmont Dr. Waterbury CT. 06708 Neylon, Richard j. 13 Nyack St. Watertown, MA. 02172 NG, Man Chang N. 203 41 Tin Chiu St. North Pt., Hong Kong NG, Peter K. 120-126 WRF Rd. Cori Mannth Pnt., HK Nichols, Mark L. 33 Elm St. S. Hamilton, MA. 01982 Nichols, Patricia M. 69 Norcross St. Lowell, Mass. 185 Nichols, Robert G. 17 Webster St. Middleboro, Mass. 02346 Nikitas, Richard H. 368 Lincoln Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Noble, Peter B. 20 Cedar Hill Lane Waltham, MA. 02154 Norian, Richard V. 1318 Mass Ave. Arlington, MA. 02174 Norige, Mark A. Goshon Hill Rd. Lebanon CT. 06249 Nutter Eliaalwetli -X. '15-l Coburn St. Lottell, Mass. 01850 Nutter, lames P. 15-1 Coburn St. Lott ell, Al A. 01850 Q OLMKTIZ Bfllkst' l'l. 353 Paxxtucket Blx tl.-13 Lonell,M-X.0185-1 O'8rien. Daxid -X. 13-t Parsons St. Brighton, M-X. 02135 OBrien, loan E. sq Essex St. 'kl1dOYk'1', Aldss. 01810 O'8rien, Marian E. 51 Holtrood Ave. Ltmell, Mass. 01852 O'Connell, Martha A. 5 Whippletree Rd. Chelmstord,M.-M0182-1 O'Connell, Richard l. -1 Merron Ln. Stoneham, MA. 02180 O'Connor, Kathleen 690 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Odabashian, Robert A. 3123 Kirkalldy St. Memphis, Tenn. 38128 O'Donnell, lohn W. 34 Lincoln St. Andover, MA. 01810 O'Donnell. joseph H. 5 Evans Rd. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Ogonowski, Marjorie A. 288 lon es Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 O'Grady, Patrick l., lr. 50 Homeland Dr. Marshfield, MA. 02050 Oldford, Curtis l. 21 Peach Dr. Nashua, NH. 03060 Olha, Catherine A. Mammoth Road 1Nindham, NH. 03087 Olson, Thomas V. 137 Goldsmith St. Littleton, MA. 01460 O'Neil, Barry F. 20 Clancy St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 O'Neil, Michael T. 60 Indian Rd. Riverside, Rl. 02915 O'Neill, ludith A. 84 Nashua Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Oregan, Dorothy L. 17 Spring Ln. Stoneham, Mass. 02180 Osterberg, Edward R. 29 Fairfax St. Burlington, MA. 01803 Otto, David F. 34 Inwood Dr. Milltown, Nl. 08850 Ouellette, Ronald P. 49 N. Lowell St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Pacini, Yvonne D. 77 Clifford Rd. Sudbury, MA. 01776 Packwood, Stephen l. 27 Roundtop Rd. Framingham, MA. 01701 Page, Michael C. 78 Harold Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Page, Russell l. 1333 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01854 i Pakkala, Pekka N. 81 Copeland St. Quint N, M A. 02 160 Palermo, losepli R, 26 -Xrltngton St. Ex etell, AlA. U21-U1 Palinieri, Paul G. 16 Stiathmoie Rd. Methuen, MA. 01844 Paolino, David R. 78 Salem St. l.awrenLe, MA. 01843 Papadopoulos, Peter 9 Purchase St. Alillorcl, MA. 01757 Papadopoulos, Vasiliki 223 School St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Papillon, Denise D. 837 Lakeview Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Paradis, Richard R. 32 Candlewyck Ln. Kensington, CT. 06037 Paragona, lohn L. 60 Middlesex St. Cambridge, MA. 02140 Parigian, Susan H. 73 Alcott St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Patterson, Alan T. 174 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Pawlak, lohn M. 111 Midwood Ave. Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735 Pearson, Brenton M. 127 School St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Pearson, lames E. 8 Bogandale Rd. W. Roxbury, MA. 02132 Pellerin, Andrew P. 263 Bailey St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Perreault, Stephen M. RFD Friend St. Amesbury, MA. 0195T Perruccio, Salvatore l. 24 Allston St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Perry, Linda D. 12 South New St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Petit, Paul R. 79 Montgomery Rd. Swansea, Mass. 02777 Petrowsky, Michael A. 86 Easton St. Allston, MA. 02134 Petsalis, loanna 14 Phillips St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Petteruti, Kathleen M. 15 Mt. Auburn St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Pettie, Robert l. 207 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Petto, David M. 113 Central St. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Phillipps, Peter l. 249 Elm St. Walpole, MA. 02081 Piemonte, Silvio M. 59 Frye Rd. Methuen, MA. 01844 Pierce, Shelley L. 124 Longview Dr. Centerville, Mass. 02632 Pietras, David M. 42 Chatham St. Chicopee, MA. 01013 Pileeki, Victor T. 71 Parker St. Maynard, MA. 01754 Pitsios, Phillip A. 28 Meadow Dr. Lowell, MA. 01854 Plassniann, lost-ph l'. 15 Ham ot k St. l'e.tl1otly, M ass. 01960 Platt, Elizabeth l. 120 Abraham St. Garder, N1.1ss,01-lf-lll Poggi, Ernest I. -1-11N,E,29tl1 Sl. Boca Raton, FLA. 3 S4 42 Pogorztlski, Noel A. 49 Portside Circle E. Falmouth, MA. 02536 Poisson, Deborah l. 66 Lincoln Ter. Leominster, MA. 01453 Polchlopek, Stanley A. 14 Westland St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Pollastri, Mark A. 31 Dogwood Rd. Leominster, MA. 01453 Polzer, Matthew A. 446 Main St. Townsend, MA. 01474 Poniatowski, Karen D. 254 Dunstable Rd. N. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Poole, Donald R. 86 Warren Ave. Marlborough, Mass. 01752 Porter, Clyde l. 207 Fifth St. Leominster, MA. 01453 Portilio, Lisa M. 106 Lowell Rd. Westford, MA. 01861 Prescott, Mark A. 65 W. North St. Manchester, NH. 03104 Prescott, Michael A. 72 Riverside St. Needham, MA. 02194 Princi, lanice M. 309 Wianno Ave. Osterville, Mass. 02655 Pritham, Robin M. Pritham Ave. Greenville JCT., ME. 04442 Proctor, Eric A. 25 Park Ave. Winchester, Mass. 01890 Prophet, Elizabeth A. 261 Hilldale Ave. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Pucciarflll, David P. 32 Kensington Dr. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Pulnik, Catherine M. 2 Dalton St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Purdum, lohn E. 704 Franklin Ave. Westminster, MD. 21157 Quadros, Dennis W. 4 Archery Lane Nashua, NH. 03060 Quill, lames E. 32A Greenlodge St. Canton, MA. 02021 Racicot, William F. 45 Westbrook Rd. S. Hadley, MA. 01075 Ragland, Christopher W. 145 P.O. Square Lowell, MA. 01852 Rahimian, David E. 57 West Fifth Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Randlov, Richard A. 1238 Hartford Typk. Rockville, CT. 06066 Rayniontl, Rtil1t'ttA. 156 l'resitlen1t.tl Dt. Haverhill, Mass, 01810 Reagan, lohn l. it Tanglewood Ave. lt-wk-sbury, Mass. 01876 Rearick, Michael M. 1 East 51. Warren, Mass. 01083 Rt-cllord, William A. 38 Elm St. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Reeve, Frederick Y., lr. 132 Sound Ave. Riverhead, NY. 11901 Regan, Daniel L. 95 Osgood St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Rey, Paul A. Prescott Rd. Boxboro, MA. 01720 Reynolds, Daniel E. 89 Avenue C. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Ridinger, Michael R. 111 Boynton St. Lowell, MA, 01850 Riedel, Robert E. 11 Princeton Ave. Andover, MA. 01810 Riley, joseph G. 446 Main St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Ring, Dennis l. 60 Hooper St. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Ripley, Elizabeth M. 560 Holmes St. Hanson, MA. 02341 Ristuccia, Lawrence C. 26 Falmouth Rd. W. Newton, MA. 02165 Ritchie, Paul E. 18 Kelley Rd. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Rivard, Patricia M. 25 By St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Rivard, Richard R. 33 Harold St. Pittsfield, MA. 01201 Rivera, Gloria D. 119 Foster St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Roake, Eileen E. 255 Concord Rd. Billerica, Mass. 01821 Roark, Annmarie 22 Montview Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Roberge, loni L. 18 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Roberge, Henry G., lr. 26 Park St. Middleton, MA. 01949 Robertson, Kary 110 Farnham St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Robicheau, Edward A. 26 Oak St. So. Weymouth, Mass. 02190 Robidoux, Raymond C. 372 Park St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Robinson, Brucel. Mayflower Dr. Merrimack, NH. 03054 Robinson, Wendy L. 15 Worthington Ave. Danvers, MA. 01923 Roche, Robert M. 97 Woodside Lane Arlington, MA. 02714 Rock, Steven l. 133 Millbrook St. Apt. 8 Worcester, MA. 01605 Roe, Phillip R. 45 Mountain Rd. Burlington, Mass. 01803 Riigeis, Evalxnn T. Enksbury Hosp. Box 185 Tewksbuiy, MA. 01876 Rogge, William C. T l-libtsc Us Ave. VValtham, M.-X.0215-1 Rolnit k, Edward M. 1 Orchard St. No. Dartmouth, fV1ass.027-17 Rosanwo, Adelutu E. do ,-Xla bi 39 Hemenway St. Boston, AAA. 02115 Ross, Timothy P. 176 Granite Ave. Milton, MA. 02186 Rossi, Gene 1. 31 Rustic Ln. Reading, Mass. 01867 Rossi, Stephen E. 4 Ledgewood Dr. Bedford, MA. 01730 Rourke, lames F. 2 A, Weybosset St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Roux, Maryann P. 133 Plain Rd. Westtord, MA. 01861 Roy, Daniel N. 1429 Morton Ave. New Bedford, MA. 02745 Roy, lolane F. 83 Park Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Roy, Russell P. 40 Morningside Dr. Lowell, MA. 01852 Royce, lohn C., lr. 64 Rio Vista St. Britt-rica, MA. 01862 Ruffenach, Bryan C. 142 Magnolia Ave. Pompton Lks, Nl. 07442 Runowicz, Beverly A. 57 St. Paul St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Rush, Priscilla L. 333 South St. Fitchburg, Mass. 01420 Ryan, Eli7abeth l. 45 Crest St. Concord, Mass. 01742 Ryder, lerelyn K. 30 Haines Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Saad, Cynthia l. 6 Tower St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Sable, Helen R. 51 Highland St. Amesbury, Mass. 01913 Sackos, Paul N. 46 Shawsheen Rd. Billerica, MA. 01866 Sadaghiani, Shahrlad A. 170 D. French St. Ext. Lowell, MA. 01854 Saffie, Carol A. 199 Tenney St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Salam, lunaid 145 Post Office Sq. A217 Lowell, MA. 01853 Salamanca, Anthony P. 227 E. Foster St. Melrose, MA. 02177 Saleh, Diana V. 12 Lorraine Terr. Allston, MA. 02134 Saleh, Irene V. 12 Lorraine Terr. Allston, MA, 02134 Sammarco, Carmine R. 40 Sherman St. Needham, MA. 02194 Samowski, Martha E. 21 Swain St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Sample, Carl P. 91 Liberty St. Danvers, MA. 01923 Sanborn, David C. 20 George St. Plainville, MA. 02762 Sanderson, Roger W. 101 Florence St. Everett, MA. 02149 Santorsa, Michael P. 4 Hampshire Cir. Woburn, MA. 01801 Sanville, lanice E. 32 Byron St. Bradford, Mass, 01830 Sargent, Donald L. 1 Simpson St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Sasso, Deborah M. 15 Clifton Ave. Stoneham, Mass. 02180 Sasso, loseph R. 20 Ashland St. Malden, MA. 02148 Savage, Sheryl S. 2 University Lane Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Sayers, Mary E. 320 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Saytanicles, Charles P. Federal Hill Rd. Milford, NH. 02542 Scarth, Susan l. 52 Timber Lane Methuen, Mass. 01844 Scharfenberger, P. 47 Fairbank Rd. Sudbury, Mass. 01776 Schauer, Michael D. 86 Hilldale Rd. Ashland, MA. 01721 Scherig, Linda l. 21 Arbutus Ave. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Schindwolf, Eric l. Box 1026 Corrales, NM. 87048 Schlichting, Darrell B. 89 Birch St. Passway Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Schwanekamp, Donald P. 107 Broadway Haverhill, MA. 01830 Scollan, Edward l. 16 Amherst St. No. Chelmsford, Mas. 01823 Scott, Ann E. 15 Frederick Ave. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Scuderi, Teresa l. 7 Kendall St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Secher, Stephen E. 110 lohn Carver Rd. Reading, MA. 01867 See, Philip H. Box 1405 L.T.l. Lowell, MA. 01854 Seeber, Christopher T. 1620 Storrs Rd. Storrs, Conn. 06268 Segur, Allen R. 20 Rockaway Rd. Auburn, Mass. 01501 Sehovich, Catherine M. 88 Bunker Hill St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Senders, Kevin D. 92 Granville Ave. Malden, Mass. 02148 Sewell, Patricia A. 390 Mammonth Rd. Lowell, MA. 01854 Shackford, Lewis D. 3 Beech St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Shanahan, Gary W. 6 Cove St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Shaw, Kenneth N. 99 Arnold St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Sheehan, lohn M. 70 Taft St. Revere, MA. 02151 Shelton, Sharon 771 Broadway St. Lowell, Mass. 011354 Sheppard, David P. 97 Brittany Rd. Indian Orchard, MA. 01051 Sheridan, Linda R. 13 Cosgrove Sl. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Shobaken, Richard M. 7 Victoria Circle Pelham, NH. 03076 Sieckert, Donna L. 1 Meadow Lane Lynnfield, MA. 01940 Siegel, Bruce E. 43 Blossom St. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Sienkewicz, Henry M., lr. Pond St. RFD1 Dunstable, MA. 01827 Silvey, Ronald 8 Bryant St. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Skaff, Richard M. 4 Cranes Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Skonieczny, Andrew 20 Cliffside Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Slater, Robert l. 7 Foley Dr. Framingham, MA. 01701 Smallman, Georgia W. 21 Glen Rd. So. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Smallwood, lohn P. 63 Linwood St. Malden, MA. 02148 Smith, Arthur H. 1844 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass.01851 Smith, loe E. 27 Havelock St. Dorchester, MA. 02124 Smith, Michelle l. P.O. Box 195, Kemp St. Dunstable, MA. 01827 Smith, Robert A. 249 Renfrew St. Arlington, MA. 02174 Smith, Robert E., lr. 50 Lakeshore Dr. Dracut, MA. 01826 Smithson, Catherine L. 11 Walker Rd. No. Andover, Mass. 01845 Sola, Alane M. 25 Kingsley Rd. No. Easton, Mass. 02356 Soni, Rakesh R. BOX 43, LTI. Lowell, MA. 01854 Spalding, Martha l. 687 Trull Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Spalding, Mona T. 19 Broad St. Newburyport, Mass. 01950 Spanos, George l. 86 Harlem St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Spencer, George A. 595 Pleasant St. Winthrop, MA. 02152 Sprague, Stephen O. 12 Crawford St. Lowell, MA. 01854 St. Laurent, Mary K. 172 Pleasant St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Stack, Mary K. 138 Lynde St. Melrose, Mass. 02176 Stahley, Charles l. 72 Beacon St. Melrose, MA. 02176 Steady, Glendon T., lr. 377 Wilder St. A-207 Lowell, MA. 01851 Steiding, Keith E. Ill 46 Bourne St. Falmouth, MA. 02536 Stevens, lay E. 12 Tyler Park Haverhill, MA. 01830 Stevens, Henry W., lr. P.O. Box 74 Lubec, MF. 04652 Stevenson, Frank S. 31 Chandler Cir. Andover, MA. 01810 St.lean, Thomas l. 27 Maple Ter. Westfield, MA. 01085 Stott, Randall H. 18 Ridge St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Straube, Henry A. 109 Inman St. Cambridge, MA. 02139 Strauss, Michael l. 2 Daisy St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Strniste, Phillip B. 80 George St. Westfield, MA. 01085 Styskal, Roger H, 10 Donna Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Sullivan, Anne M. 17 Nicollet St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Sullivan, Brian W. 32 Lura St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Sullivan, Maura A. 15 Longview Dr. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Sumy, Ellis A. 5 Rostone Pl. Pittsfield, MA. 01201 Surprenant, joseph K. 17 Surprenant St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Suslovic, loyceM. 26 E. Brook Pl. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Suyematsu, leffrey K. 38 Forest Hill Lynnfield, MA. 01940 Swallow, Harold L. 2 Mohawk Ave. Worcester, MA. 01603 Swan, Alan G. 668 Robbins Ave. Apt. 18 Dracut, MA. 01826 Swanson, Michael W. 23 Cliff Ave. Winthrop, MA. 02152 Swensley, Mark A. 44 Newfield St. N. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Sygiel, Claire Sygiel Rd. Ware, Mass. 01082 Sylvia, Elizabeth M. 150-D Shore Dr. Peabody, MA. 01960 Szczepanik, Sandra l. 68 Lafayette St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Szlosek, Mary E. 151 Saratoga Ave. Chicopee, MA. 01013 Szmyt, Karen E. 211 Lincoln St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Tabor, Donna L. 19 Eighteenth St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Tam, Tran V. 7 Livery Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Tang, Robert B. Box 398 L.T.l. Lowell, MA. 01854 Tang. Ting F. 45 10:5 111111 St. Fu lxxxuntong lxln. Hong kong Tarpx. Stephen XY. -0 A1x'll1LtUt1 Sl. lotxell. Mrk. 015-0 Taxloi. Linda N. lb Doiotltx -X1 e. Dracut Mass. 01826 T.ttlor,Mitl1.lt'l l. I4 Fleming .Nledtortl MAX. 02155 Teitare. Gxxendolxn 151 Salem St. L.0hL'll, iN1A. 0185-1 Tennant. Daniel I. P.O. Box 1674 Buzzards Bax. MA. 02531 Th eodore. George -X. IS Crm e St. Palm er. M -X. 01069 Th eokas. janice E. 12 Meredith M e. Lou ell. Aiasi. 01850 Theokas. Lexxis l. 12 Meredith Ave. Louell, MA. 01850 Therrien, Norman E. 51 Martin St. Lowell, A1.-X, 01854 Thibeau.Yirginia1Nl. 76 Vine St. Reading, Mass. 01867 Thoresen, Kristinej. 318 Clifton St. Malden, Mass. 02148 Thyne. Donna M. 244 Fletcher St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Titterington, Leslee R. 40 Robbins St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Titus, Mark E. 17 Deerfield Ave. Milford CT. 06-160 Tomaino, David F. 17 Maple Terrace Needham, MA. 02192 Tornifoglio, Patrick V. 105 Oakland St. Medway, MA. 02053 Tougas, Cary H. 11 High St. Ipswich, MA. 01938 Tourigny, Donald j. 16 Leeds St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Trakadas, Nicolas 5 Hillside St. Natick, MA. 01760 Trearchis, Dean Willowcove, Tyngsboro, Mass. 01879 Troiano, Anthony P., jr. 30 Hamilton Ave. Everett, MA. 02148 Troilo, Dennis A. 16 Old Marsh Hill Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Trovato, Horace R. 5 Deering Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Trovato, Patricia A. 18 Boornazian Rd. Methuen, MA. 01844 Tucker, janice R. 36 Fox Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Turn er, Lynn S. 984 East St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Turner, Peter A. 70 Elliott Dr. Lowell, MA. 01852 Ulloa, Oscar A. CRA 6 8-37 Cali Colombia Unger. Marx L. lol Ultl Aldttli l'llll Rtl. Diat ut, Mass. 01826 Upton, Delwoi .th -X. I6 Pleasant St. Chelmsford. Mass. 011424 Llrbanski. Rithaid I. tt Swol St. Clticopett, A1.lss, 01011 Uribe, juan Confal '16 Prinueton Blvd. Lox1ell,MA.0185'1 Llrkvitt h. loann T. 1.1 Boxtord St. Lawrent e, Mass. 0184 3 Uruni-Else, Else O. 574A French St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Vacirca, Clifford E. 8 Poplar Rd. Nabnasset, MA. 01861 Vakili, Mohammad H. 732 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Valoras, Lorna L. 6 C aileton St. Mt.i1i1en,MA.01844 Varga joseph S. 411 N. Delavan Ave. Marg. te, Nj. 08402 Vaugtfi , Glenn C. Brcrf-l.s Station Rd. Prirt-. -fton, MA. 01541 Venn..i d, Frank T. 26 Flagg Rd. Westford, Mass. 01886 Ventura, Alan D. RFD 81 Elm St. Kingston, Mass. 02364 Vergados, james 11 Sargent St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Veves, Michael G. 38 Rexford St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Veves, Nancy C. 128 West Forest St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Vias, Steven j. 523 Fletcher St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Vieira, james A. 47 Suffolk St. Medford, MA. 02155 Vigeant, james R. 61 Hampshire St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Vines, Peter j. 182 Scituate St. Arlington, MA. 02174 Voyer, David M. 120 Castle Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Wagner, Nancy A. 381 Hildreth St. Apt. 301 Lovell, Mass. 01851 Waldo, Barton A. 5 S. Pine St. Salem, MA. 01870 Waldrip, Alan E. 48 Mignolia St. Sai gms, MA. 01906 Walc' . n, Pamela j. 84 ,ahn Carver Rd. Reading, Mass. 01867 Walker, Barry S. 34 Norman St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Walsh, Carolyn M. 42 Hudson St. Lowell, rvlass. Walsh, james F. 103 White St. Belmont, MA. 02178 1rY.tlsli, Mit liael ll. 1 lgveigieen Rd. Plainvillt-, M.-X, 02762 XA!.ilsl1, Tliomas j. 48 Murray Hill Rd. A1.iltlt't1, lX1A.021-ltl Walters, Steve lx, P.O. Box 294 N. Billet'it'a, MA. 01862 Warburton, joanne 5 Clear St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Warren, David B. Skyline Trail Chester, MA. 01011 Watson, Stephen A. 21 Mello Parkway Danvers, MA. 01923 Wattenbarger, Donald L. 29 Paul Revere Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Waynelovich, Nicholas j. 1867 Middlesex Apt. 307 Lowell, MA, 01854 Wegiel, Elizabeth M. 93 Ford Three Rivers, MA. 01080 Wegrzyn, Kim M. 351 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Weinhold, Ronald C. 52 Mandalay Rd. Spfld, MA. 01118 Weinstein, Scot l. 195 Fletcher St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Wellemfyer, Mark R. 610 Chickering Rd. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Wendell, Bobbie M. 154 Red Acre Rd. Stow, MA. 01775 Whalen, Richard j., jr. 182 Oak St. E. Hartford, Conn. 06118 White, Donald P. 1345 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01854 White, joanne 184 Abbott St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Whites, john A. Ill 17 Longhill Rd. Ashland, MA. 01721 Whitney, james L. 68 Proctor Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Whitton, Barbara M. 655 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Whitton, Frederick H. 11 Wildwood St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Wilkinson, Martin j. 117 Goodale Peabody, MA. 01960 Williamson, Peter E. 557 Forbes St. E. Hartford, CT. 06108 Wilson, john P. 760 Grand Concourse New York, NY. 10451 Winn, Dennis M. 56 One Half Huntington Lowell, Mass. 01852 Wojtas, Barbara L. 310 Oak St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Wolkowicz, Paul E. Sunnyside Rd. Dudley, MA. 01570 Wolnik, Stephen j. 17 Housatonic Ave. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Wong, Frances 10 St. Lukes Rd. Allston, MA. 02134 Wong, jen S. 780 Merrimack St. F-3 Lowell, MA. 01852 Wong, Kwok-Cheung 1309 South 8th St. Philadelphia, PA. 19147 Vtfong, l.ti l'. tw l Variiuin Ave. lowell, lV1A. tl ltr r-l Wong, Yue 145 l'tist c2llll 1' Stl. l.tiWt'll, AAA. 011154 Woo, lxam Ming 155 Salem Si. 2!l' Lowell, MA. 01854 Wood, jean F. 41 Washington Dr. Ac ton, Mass. 01720 Woodworth, Kart.-n L. 7 Patricia Rd. Billerica, Mass. 01821 Woolirey, Richard W. 77 Livingston Ave. Lowell, MA. 01850 Woon, Corliss A. 10 Ranch Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Worth, Ann E. 385 Chrales St. Malden, Mass. 02148 Wright, Darlene S. 36 Hilltop Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Yankauskas, james j. 111Ruskindale Rd. Mattapan, MA. 02126 Yao, Chun-Tak FlC4l11 Fl. 1094 Kings Rd. North Pt., Hng Kng. Yates, Sharon 174 Monsen Rd. Concord, Mass. 01742 Yatman, Teoman M. 160 Cullinane Dr. Marlboro, MA. 01752 Yazhari, Sepehr 169 Broadway LOWGII, MA. 01854 Yestramski, Charles B, 8 Clarks Rd. Amesbury, MA. 01913 Yestramski, loanne L. BX. 58 U Ol L North Lowell, MA. 01854 Yeung, Woon-Shing 723 Kuionhse Woloest Kt. Kowloon, Hong Kong Yim, Chung H. 55 Sixth St. 2FL Lowell, MA. 01854 Yuen, Man Y. 18 Irving St. 2!F Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Yuvayongdee, Banjong 1302 Commonwealth Ave. Allston, MA. 02134 Zajac, john, jr. 119 Beacon St. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Zappala, Mary E. 15 Front St. Bradford, Mass. 01830 Zarie, Ali-Asghar Khorramshahr lran Zelonis, David T. 1319 Main St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Zenga, joseph H. 186 Arlington St. Quincy, MA. 02170 Zulkiewicz, Fredric j. Nelson St. Warren, MA. 01083 Zywien, David L. 58 Emond St. rsiorthbridge, MA. 015.14 WF' 'vim H rl F , my ffffig I f'Z4TifI Q. ., N 73 A vw.. .35F,,,v-E 1 . 42. r' ,, ,,,,N hh ...bxsn A THE SOIOURN '76 STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .......... Iacquelyn Getaruk MANAGING EDITOR QNI ......... Doug Abbott MANAGING EDITOR CSD ........ Mary Io Fahey BUSINESS MANAGER ........... Mary Moriarty PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ISD .... Barry Chiorello PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR CND ...... Brian Knepp PHOTOGRAPH ERS ARTNNORK ....... CONTRIBUTORS . . . joe Vecchione Mike Prescott . . . .Mark Lander ... Sally Graham Sue Madden Robin Pritham Ann Marie Roark Teresa Sullivan Peggy Shanahan 398 . A at he 1. 2, ,Z .AL 2, . The lonely staff of the new '75-'76 Sojourn has attempted to make this year's book one that is a little different from most college yearbooks. This couldn't be helped considering one campus is on one side of the river and another campus on the other side. Realizing that this is the first yearbook to include both campuses as one University of Lowell, many animosities had to be overcome, and they were, some friendships were lost, but yet some were gained. This book wouldn't have been completed without some assistance so, Special Thanks go top Barry Chiorello, who spent untold hours in the darkroom, and always with a smile. Mary Moriarty, who kept our records straight, and who also helped me keep my sanity. Peggy Shanahan and joe Vecchione, who not only helped with this year's book, but also have next year's to contend with, and to Dean Demetroulakas, Dean King, Mrs. Coughlin, and Ms. Maccaron who were so patient with my many requests and questions. Also thanks to those people who helped behind the scenes once in a while. Although I must thank those who helped put out this book, my conscience requires that I mention anyone who might have hindered me. So to Doug Abbott, who left on May 24, for California, with only a quarter of the book finished, I can say that the yearbook was completed in spite of you. The book was printed by Hunter Publishing in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Again another thanks is in order to our respresentative, Guy Caron, and to I.B. Edwards and the rest of the staff at Hunter. 80lb. gloss enamel paper and black ink was used. The cover, designed by Mark Lander, was a die-cut and foil-embossed. 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