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All rivers run into the sea yet the sea is not full, for the sea turns to rain and the rain turns to river. Ecclesiastes iii L W - fwm-e'3me-11 ' . ' " - - Kf!1r,. ffm ,aw .4.4.M.,, , 4, IQ M V f , , "tw" 2 , S M ,, E591 .fffim f f x 1 - ,:.:1?':f '5 4 ,H Y . .,.,-.-JM-...f,...,,,,,, 6 tif "gf ,awwihlz A' ,fgwvfsg 1 Joe Vecchione ii Y 3 5 I 1 Joe Vecchione Kevin CONGB ,Q , ,A l photoslSam Moreau J' Richard Allen :D I w k S' 5 f N. - f 7 12 it O 1 k I 5, V. rw 'F Seasons breezethrougn and around us, we learn words, symbols, and things that books -529,7 4 . IQ: vi, irq M yy:- can not teach n il Q I o ,. P , , W 3 A4 '2?i5"3Vz9w5ff ff' ' I 5. 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The Year In Review Joe Vecch E. P. Wigner is shown having a discussion with Nobel Laureate V.I. Luschikov and l.M. Frank, in the stacks at Lydon Library. 16 its-un-u-1447 X Summer '76 ' j , ,, Nuclear Conference From July 6-9th the University of Lowell sponsored the "International Con- ference onthe Interaction of Neutrons with Nuclei." The first major conference on neutron physics to be held in the United States since 1957, the meeting drew 350 scientists from fifty nations including three Nobel Laureates. Partici- pants expressed optimism that the breeder reactor, which is an experimental source of nuclear power, would emerge as a major energy supplier within this century, thus providing a source of energy which is inexpensive and virtually inexaustible. 17 1' , i' ,. 57 J 1 P A . Q as Q. S H fx J ' "3 3,7 1 .. ,,, ff H ' fWL4Q,:i:fi", i 2 Q . .. 1 .5 ,. .. f , F- . ., I . ., 'I TJ-Zyl, Jil? I ' QQ? ,'-, . ' V . M 'A FV ' .5 4".' 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N Toni Bezigian Wx N J ,uv Q MU' TA . A 'A M , I mt .. x fxJLSYo.13- Q 'F I ,qv L I ' u 1 X D X rw I .-,411 +A . , I ',- , A 1 ' ' ' " X ' . - K- . f"1C. "W x "Q, ' A n J 1" - ' N. '- I - ' ' - - . . ' 5 ,:-VM" fn fy.-I: A F. :Q U X, , N I 5 .4 . is K L v,. st Q V X ,yu ff ' ..- , ...eh -- 1- 4 ' . . .' 51 KW Freshman View So this is college. Straight from Lawrence High School, the University of Lowell is Times Square, the Colos- seum and the White House rolled into one. It is an architectural wonderland. It is a hubbub of activity. It is a place to learn and grow. College? Inspect the arboreal aspect of the campus, the well trimed lawns and stately trees, the buildings - glassy and sprawling and almost brand new. This seems pleasant enough. The men. Hmm! Some of these guys actually have hair on their faces. Back in Lawrence High, most of the senior class looked like a combination of Howdy Doody and John Davidson. Most of the men at Lowell apparently shave. I find this incredibly macho. and decide I may like it here. Check out the Student Union Build- ing. Rather dead here today: groups quietly studying, boys and girls staring at air and at each other. There's the Coke machine. I'Il try not to make a spectacle of myself. Being a freshman is embarrassing enough, so the least I can do is be a competent one. I drop the coin inthe slot and press "Coke", No response. I laugh to myself and press it again, harder. No response, bang, Bang, BANG! Damn. No re- sponse. I bang for several minutes be- fore turning around to notice that all eyes inthe Student Union are focused on me. This is what is known as sheer embarrassment. Had I paid closer at- tention, I would have noticed the "sold out" light on the machine. So much for trying to act competent. I lean to the floorto pick up what remains of my self-respect and hurry off to the Ladies Room. The Ladies Floom is also quite a switch from high school days. They have a wonderful thing here. lt's called toilet paper. I am very impressed. I think of how I never used to go to the bathroom in high school. I held it until I got home, which could be quite pain- ful but saves one the hassle of trying to drip-dry. Locks on the doors! Now I re- ally like this place. I find a new issue of " The Connec- tor" and am shocked and appalled at an advertisement on page 8 reading "Crabs on crotch, lice on head . . and so on. Hardly an appetizing sub- ject at lunch time. College journalism seems much more liberal. Hmm. Well, at least they don't beat around the bush. My classes are everything you've al- ways wanted to know about college but were afraid to sign up for. Neo- platonism in Literature and Philosophy. A very interesting course, if one has an IO of 1200. I suppose if one can master the art of beating around the bush. one can be a success in philosophy. I find the course interesting, somewhat over my head and a little difficult, but word has it that it makes you very intel- ligent, and this is something I would love to acquire. Life Science has its drawbacks. My professor Ipardon me, the doctor! has an insatiable wit, althought this wit never seems to satisfy the students. His big saying is "Now that you've opened your mouth, allow me to put your foot in it." I have decided not to open my mouth so he won't be able to say it to me. His big mistake was to let me know he was interested in life in outer space. I have already begun work on my term paper. . . College writing promises to be in- teresting. As an English major, I have already become familiar with the re- quirements necessary for success in college English. I purchased a thesaurus yesterday and find myself using all kinds of new words. Unfortu- nately, I cannot carry this marvelous piece of equipment with me at all times so my vocabulary is quite normal off campus. I like the professor, he has a marvelous sense of humor, and we all know how disgustingly boring En- glish can be without a sharp wit and an even sharper tongue, if you get my drift. Western Civ. I never really got into French History, least of all the intimate details of Louis XVl's sex life with Marie Antoinette, but I suppose it will become more interesting once we get to Napoleon. I have a great deal of re- spect for bossy people. The cafeteria is great. I shall be much better off when I learn how to put plastic caps over my coffee. I lost half of it on my shoe by improperly placing the cover. I really like the sil- verware they use here. so stylish. And l'd love to meet the person who wrote "I'm against forced busing" on the lit- tle card that stands on the console Ita- ken from Rogets Thesaurus meaning "table"l which reads "E3usyourtable". I find the University of Lowell to be a most satisfactory place to spend ones time, and I know l'd like it much better if I didn't have to pay for it. My next literary endeavor is tenta- tively titled. "Fifty Things To Do Be- hind Coburn Hall." tr up Rapid Transit for U. Lowell: A Proposal What exactly is Group Rapid Transit? Are we going to get it? Where will it be located? How much will it cost? ls funding available? Group Flapid Transit lGFlTj con- sists of electrically propelled cabin- like vehicles that can transport up to 20-25 people per vehicle at 30 mph. These vehicles cruise on elevated guideways which can span a variety of configurations. The first of these systems was supported by the Urban Mass Transit Administration lUlVlTAj as a dem- ...-1- onstration project at the college campus of the University of West Virginia in Morgantown. Though this project experienced many problems at first and far exceeded initial esti- mated costs, its present operation has proven successful. The Federal Department of Trans- portation will be allocating millions of dollars towards the implementa- tions of these systems in major cities in the U.S. as part of the "people mover project". Can the city of Lowell qualify for -qnnnin--'Q' V E l l l j 5, --Y-1 suc federal spending? And if so, ca the local and state government me up with 2070 of the cost to i upport the project? lf the money is available, the U. Lowell site would be the optimum location for Phase l of the system, considering the patron- age it would receive. An earlier proposal, lFaIl, 1975j was not effec- tive in finding enough reasons to warrant the cost of such a system. However, present and future statis- tics indicate substantial increases of student overflow in the next decade that will exceed its capacities. There- fore, with increasing numbers travel- ling between dorm and campus areas, more attention should cer- tainly be given to assessing future transportation needs for the area. The principle advantages of this type of transport is not only found within the ease and quickness of travel itself, but in addition, the 1 duction of noise and air pollution will undoubtedly be of great signifi- cance. But probably more significant is the conservation of energy. The electric propulsion that the system will run on uses negligible amounts of energy in comparison to present gasoline consumption of today's au- tomobiles. Considering the sky-rocketing costs of car ownership, GRT is an at- tractive form of public transportation that can approach and exceed present automobile use, which is so highly valued by the American pub- lic. It would undoubtedly make transportation through Lowell safer and easier for all University of Lowell students and personnel. Randall P. Hecht '77 'l .iq YY -, vw' R66 V 'vi l 5' ' a '96 J., tj "'4..i,i??f-" 'H ' Q 7 :34 l' l f' j Wx 0-u1'inut h Q, ,14 K1 cf' ai i aww'-3+ "' .-.-a-uv'-""""':"' ii ,H zfiiil ' .Aa A - 'Z' ' - .WLM F " 'W -1 - ' .3 lb ' J'-- x -' .LI , 5 , vm- +- - Q , ',,"+.'qr- QL ll- x ,J 4 was ap. bmw ,342 Arm mn wavy!! H .110 Q - YM. --Vx .A """- SQ LoweII's Infamous Bottleneck DNOTO f Peggy Shanahan 1 x Q m NSF' '41- xisr I' 5 M " nr A " ,f "1 Q , . . A --' . ,ibn x,k.hQ .3.:QQ,m i X .,x- , it P' 'i H -- X ul . 'g d , .QX 'Q 'Q L, 5. -f X Y Us x-n Y ,Q I .ax .E ,Q Q ... 5 nw gy v 'V N. 'xl'4"" " ---- ot Dog Days I .li , V .',.- u'4 . le-11115 psdhwvbv-4 f I .. N.: , I ww' W., """'9!'I'3v ,t '----ef' A4 ,, , A -, iq nf M ., J 1' A 45? rt, 54 , 4-"0 N. I . ef---'sw 3 unusual- l . Joe Veccnione ust about every other week some organization sponsors a Dog Day, where one can usually buy two hot-dogs, a bag of chips and a Polar cola for .99gt. Most sports let the vendors keep the change on a dollar. 28 ll L. i 4 lv r- Y 1 it 1 gn- K. ww -1 . gz wrf ,z V, ggi ww' ' ' 5, if '- 1 'A U j V. . 'Q xx. Qcf Q. 5 M M ,,J.g.f""5 N" 3 R xx if 'KX Ll 29 '?""'f- 1 To be on the wire is life, and the rest is just waiting." eorge Plimpton came to Cumnock Hall to tell of his adventures as a participatory journalist. His first experience was running the last two blocks of the Boston Marathon as an in- itiation for The Harvard Lam- poon. He found this exhilarating and so made a career of trying difficult and sometimes danger- ous occupations forthe sake of doing. Plimpton tells fascinating stories of his attempts at acting, football, car racing, boxing, golf, music, baseball, and basketball. When asked what was his most frightening experience, Plimpton said that it was his stint with the New York Philharmonic. "ln sports," he explained, "a game is won by capitalizing on others mistakes. In music there is no room for mistakes." Plimpton spent time as a per- cussionist and it was this that gave him the most agony. He hopes next to play goalie for the Boston Bruins. George Plimpton CONN EC' FUR ----.J L4 TTI' 30 l is-i-Add-Drop Fee i i 1 3' ii R, i i il E. l, l li l li al ll i l li lr il Ti fl l I I l ii il li l il Atee of 5.00 is novv being charged for every course that is added or dropped. The purpose is not to make money, but to cure students of the nasty habit of over-registering and then dropping whatever they don't feel like taking. So -they have plugged the big loop-hole in registration, cut down on the paperwork and the abuse of the Registrars office, and made people think twice before pick- ing up a course card. October 5 ' QM I e A ,, ,exif , ' . .1-, 13,- Bill Sapone Tom Bezigian 32 I+ I, I I l, Q Q M . 1 ---In-n-1 l w 5 -no A -ui uni I A ,xi 3 1 'fi af 2 'Z 5 f xx i , fl! il F FM ,N 1 1, w 'n. 'Ti 1 1 " is 1 Peggv Sh t XJ V hone John B. Duff was formally in- stalled as the first President of the University of Lowell on October 1, 1976. An educator, administrater and immigration historian, Dr. Duff was formerly Provost of Seton Hall University in New Jersey. As established by longstanding academic protocol, the new Univer- sity president received greetings from noted local, state and federal representatives, as well as students, faculty and alumni of the school, U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts Governor Micheal S. Dukakis, Lowell Mayor Leo J. Farley, faculty chairman Dr. Ruth Tanner, student government president Mark Morse, and Thomas A. Lumenello president of the alumni association. Honorary degrees were presented to Dr. Robert M. Coles, research psychiatrist of the Harvard Univer- sity Health Services and author, Kevin B. Harrington, President of the Massachusetts Senate, and Thomas W. McGee, Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Represen- tatives. The academic procession for the ceremony included 150 delegates from higher education throughout the United States. The new President is a graduate of Fordham University and holds a Master's degree from Seton Hall and a Ph.D. in history from Columbia University. Author of -'E Emma United States 419715, he co-authored The Nat Turner Rebellion: The His- torical Event and the Modern Con- troversy with Peter Mitchall and 'cl-E: Structure of American History. His most recent book is Slavery: Q CM gig, arid Legacy, published last year with Larry Greene. Dr. Duff is married to the former Helen Mezzanotti of Worcester. They now reside in Lowell and have six children. v-"'?' "QB" ?' ,,N,,,,4 , f 1 1 'K .vu Buch Lacoste SON: 009 Th the ' of 'f the noi' IUCN. Ham 120 ersl Tr of 2' One cow! HES' fm' Ugg ur... WE: L r s. M W P., S12 4 . Y. t almost any public celebrations historians feel compelled to convey to the audience some highlights of the history of this locale, I am no exception. The land upon which you are now seated was the headquarters of the Pawtucket Indians, one of the five great tribes found in New England by the puritans. Their territory extended to the north and northeast of Massachusetts Bay and included all of what is now the state of New Hampshire. The Pawtuckets, numbering about 12,000, located their capitol, Wamesit, at the confluence of the Merrimack and Concord riv- ers just down the street. This immediate area came under the control of the white man under dubious circumstances. One captain, John Everett, alias Webb, wrested control of an island in the Merrimack, located near the Vesper Country Club, about two miles from here, from the Pawtuckets. In 1662 the Massachusetts Bay General Court ordered Webb to give back the island to the Indians. In return he was given title to Wamesit, the Indian Capitol. Webb's stroke of good fortune, how- ever, was not long-lived. A century and a half later, this same spot was chosen by the incorporators of the Merrimack company as the site for their plans to revolu- tionize the cotton industry in New England and America. The place was incorporated with the name of Lowell, in honor of Francis Cabot Low- ell. And, as we all know, Lowell became the first city in America established on the model of the industrial revolution. In a historical sense, then it is altogether fit- ting that this new educational enterprise, the University of Lowell, with its north and south campuses, lies on either side of the Merrimack Fliver. Over the course of the past six months, I have spoken on what we should be doing at the Uni- versity of Lowell. I would like to return for a few minutes this afternoon to that theme. As an undergraduate, I was first exposed to John Henry Newman's The Idea of a University - the title of an address he gave in 1852 as rector-elect of the new Catholic University of Dublin. In his address, Newman argued eloquently that the purpose of a university was not to achieve social or political objectives, not to inculcate religion, or to provide training for Dr. Duff's Inaugural Speech material advancement but rather to teach gen- eral knowledge, the acquisition of which would be an acquired illumination, a personal posses- sion and an integrated endowment. Newman, in his address, also decried the pre- tentiousness of scholars who promised more than could be accomplished. To his critics who wanted education to be a machine of change, mounted on wheels of zeal, Newman warned "Quarry the granite rock with razors, or moor the vessel with a thread of silk: then you may hope with such keen and delicate instruments as human knowledge and human reason to con- tend against those giants - the passion and pride of men." But, as important as Newman's ideas are, and, as revered by educators as he has been, we know now that Newman's contention -that the natural home for experiment and speculation was in one's retirement - is not true. ln today's modern university, unlike Newman's, the uni- versity should and must be a resource for its community and this university has some special advantages in this regard. Many colleges have performed creditably even though they are located in small villages or towns. But if the function of an institution is to pioneer-to open new frontiers in teaching and research - it must be located, as is Lowell, in the center of a large urban population, in a community eager to learn, to experiment, to press forward. Our communication with the community we serve needs constant upgrading and improvement. We must be resourceful, in- genious and informed in offering our services where they can be used, but like Newman's uni- versity ofthe 19th Century, we must also stand for scholarship. Scholarship is an essential characteristic of the university without which it is a university in name only. Scholarship is not pedantry - it is an interest in knowing things and a desire for truth, an insatiable curiousity, not about the trivial or unimportant, but about the great things of the world and of human life. It is also an attitude of open-mindedness towards the truth and an acceptance of it. When I speak of scholarship I refer to a com- mitment to excellence in teaching and research. Here at the University of Lowell we are commit- ted to research, but we must never accept the dichotomy with which some have separated 37 teaching from research. There is a close rela- tionship between the two, since the true scholar considers the communication of his research the critical parts of his function. Mutual effort to understand, whether in the classroom, seminar, laboratory, or library, not only give the university its unity, but also link scholars over time and across national boundaries and disciplines. I would venture to say that most competent re- searchers are good teachers. After all, in a large sense, discovery is the greatest form of teach- ing. Teaching, too, must have behind it the spirit of creative adventure, of search and discovery. And it needs the skills with which to serve im- aginative and solid intellectual endeavor. The good teacher exemplifies much more than his knowledge and his method of work. He man- ifests an attitude of profound inquiry and rigor- ously disciplined handling of data. The failure to relate research to teaching is a disservice to the educational well-being of our society, and to our students in particular, for it promotes student passivity and lack of intellec- tual curiosity, the blame for which is too often placed on the shoulders of students. On a more practical level, poor teaching, especially on the under-graduate level, means empty classrooms in an increasingly competitive environment. The unity of teaching and research is, therefore, no more ideology. It expresses something inherent to all real learning and it must be preserved. Just as teaching and research are compatible. so are professional and liberal arts education. All education is related to an individual's life and to his capacity to earn a living, to enjoy his life and to help him understand the reasons for his existence. Both professional and liberal arts ed- ucation have a place at the University of Lowell. And let us also remember that the university is not simply a collection of classrooms, libraries, and gymnasia. The university is the entire body of men and women, faculty and students, who compose the university community. We are here for the common purpose of aspiring to a better position in life and to a higher intellectual life. To that end, we know that nothing can be done without unity. Let us all - trustees, adminis- trators, faculty, staff, and students - support one another, and conduct ourselves as mem- bers ofthe community of the University of Lowell. 640250 Cktoberfest l' W' 1 w, ff!!! -M Q' 1:55 ' 3.53, f' Haw' "-75? F .FAQ 0-of '-'Q K 0 .WW 'Z' " -3 'l- Pfi If .5 KX. 5 QM ya '-, W' ix-Ya' L'- Vixfg ai :L .ia'g. ' Q' IQ' ,S ,fn J! ffl' 11 I canada' an , i r mruxr 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I 1 1 40 uull""""'- Ralph Nadar Speaks .. V ' 4' -, Y ,ya -K fs. -.. .al lmao' sg. Pl'lOlOS RICH Lacoste A well-protected student listens to Nadar's speech. Well known consumer advo- cate, Ralph Nadar, spoke be- fore a crowd of 400 people at the South Campus Quadrangle in October. Nadar's visit here was one of a series of speeches he made on the referendum issues in Mas- sachusetts. Nadar stressed the need for greater community and stu- dent involvement in govern- ment. He believes that the fed- eral government is not doing nearly enough to control big business, government corrup- tion and pollution. He cited numerous examples of corpo- rate violations of existing pol- lution laws and commended the few small organizations in the country that are working to improve the situation. Nadar praised the work of our local consumer group, Mass PIRG, in its helpful sup- port of the Bottles and Cans Question and the Uniform Electric Rates Question, both of which appeared on the No- vember Mass. voting ballot. He said that those questions were an example of "the direct de- mocracy" which is needed to get these and other consumer laws passed. Concerning referendum question 46, Control on Bot- tles and Cans, lVlr. Nadar stated that the opposition has distorted statistics concerning its economic effect on the citi- zens of the Commonwealth. He said that it would create new jobs in the beverage in- dustry where young unskilled workers would be employed in recycling bottles and cans. On the issue of Uniform Electric Flates, Nadar pointed out that consumers in Mas- 41 sachusetts pay the second highest electrical rates in the country - second only to New York City. When asked if this bill would force businesses out of the State, he said that it con- tained exceptions which would lessen the impact of un- iform rates. The bill would push legislation for more rate reform. The speech was followed by a short question and answer period. When asked which candidate he favored for the presidency, he said he doesn't make a practice of endorsing candidates, but tries to deter- mine which politician more adamantly supports the peo- ple's control of government and consumerist activities. Nadar believes Jimmy Carter is that man and that President Ford did not do enough. :L :4 -Q-if U- -vm-4... Aigi wmlhi fn M1 '.4 M ,F uf f A K '-LT71'--434, ,, 'lp' '- ' W ,-..1s,Q H Wqfilv 'Cn dilfur ' 'Q -.4 Q L-U 5--4 is , Q- N i, " -All 1 ' "i. '-47, ., ,' ,MS ,'x:'rA' "" ' , ,. rf: ,W f . Q Lg. 1' j 1 ' L...':2I' v F,-I " 2 I . , - A-L a Joe Vecchione 'TU' J 'WZ aw s ,JV rf W' " ll xy?" 'aiu X. ViKi.":7,7 f ' EH, . , , f. 1wMw,:l 4? ,FSE L A. ,T A , VQ.f , ,-, - Y1,.,- 1, 57, K- A ,-- Y 4:55, ' - 1 .2i1,1'.e 5 - m'zv,::k-1 . J f -1:-Aww: ., . ...if N.. ., . 1 FA, K, , 5-, 1.-5, :.g,:m, E.:-g-fre. : ,,,,.,,-:A-m.,., . 5fW4iEfw fb x fl -Q ,gf ii iigki fWi55m if . 51439 . ' g :J sf ,tg , , 31 0 "lf-4 . 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Q v x I 1 ' 1' 'WM Q- 3 Frank Stemporzewski photos! Pl :I O2 20 E5 --3 0 'S 'Da CO1 O'-4 O ng :S gm -o C P+ I-I' 3' CD 0 D' 93 7 W O l"' CD 3 Y? fn O 3 CD CT o E 3 CQ O C FY fb fn o 3 Q 5' o E S 3 C Q. CD 1 1 x Durgin Hall . "f F57 if f' 'S' 'fin . failing. .W ki - f- .. , '+fr- ...t,-"l:.t1ggAs 5. Al Mowatt urgin Hall, located at the corner of Pawtucket and Wilder Streets was officially opened by a week of dedication concerts in November. The new 4.6 million dollar complex was named for Cyrus Durgin, former principal of Lowell Normal School which preceded State Teachers College and, more recently, Lowell State College. The building is a complete music and fine arts complex providing diverse facilities for students. The four story structure houses practice rooms, classrooms, teaching studios, recital rooms that can be used as recording studios, a piano lab and a concert hall with a moveable concert shell and acoustic walls that keep all stage sounds directed toward the audience. The opening marked an important event in the history of the College of Music. 48 Q -n :'nQ'Q X --L--, Tne University Cnorus labovei presents 'Elijah' in the Durgin Concert Hall on May 8, 1977. 'Fligoletto' watches as Dr. Gilday of the College of Music oon- gratulates opera director, Saran Caldwell, at the end of the April 15th performance. November VOTE V'-1 .v """"""""' A 'V 1 lf: JF .3f5:.'Qf ' I .4 li , V V: - - b Q Q b I , , P f , g . A A ,, 4, xA V. . -,I . , V i f 9 W , X 1 I ii .' ' '4 1 A - . - N U A 4. ' - . ..,'.:' ' b r I L K I ,C up ,ff .. v : --'deaf 1 ' 'iv . g'1'3',1-ll: ,2': -M1 - ' . 1 A .. -5 + A 4 Q ., """" " t ' , A F f v E S gf ig , V - Q I 4 m - 12 1 4- A A f"""' -A -A V, L+ I, 3 ,,,,:-I 5. 51 4 4 4 4 4- Jr- 4 4 Election '76 .Wx ...., , , .A ww. big.,-s5:.,,Nf.-wg 6 X, ' XY YW . -.1 :.-LN?mr.:-cf-fa-Ssssss.Q:9f:M--1-, SNQM Nw y: -Y " x f ' ...V V , ' .vfiwl ve: - F. N3 . 'X'-KM L Nu 5'-v N MX'-. xc M., "1 Q 4 1 'qt x awk. xxmxxx NN Nxwkvmm Www. Nrqww- . N A www mga? . x 'WN ,V ff ' vgvwwkwm . .. N s- X ++++++f35+++++++p' 3? '3Z 1 ' w 7 F-Y--Y-Y--'FJFX4 4444444444-is-Y--Y-if Goober Pea or Model T? Richard Caliandro, '78, pre- dicts the outcome of Elec- tion '76 for The Connector. Who has the numbers? On one side of the quadrangle jogs Gerald Ford, over-the-hill super jock. Tough with the Cambodians, the North Ko- reans, andthe Congress he sent the domestic football toward the wrong goalpost, but scored enough touchdowns to win the Republican nomination. In No- vember his support will come from retired cheerleaders, the Warren Commission Alumnae, the Independent Plumbers, the United Godfathers Union, ln- spector Erskine, the Cloak and Dagger Club, rock singers Dick and the Pardons, I.T.T. tlntelli- gent Tricycle Travelersl, and the millions of Americans who can identify with one of the above. RAH! RAH! On the opposite side of the quadrangle smiles Jimmy Car- ter, the saccharin minister. lSweet but not the real thingy ls he running for President or Sainthood? Trust him - he will build a kingdom on Earth. His Presidential impressions give him a large following. Blocks come from the followers of Brother Love's Traveling Salva- tion Show, the group with 4Offo fewer cavities, the AFL-CIO tAmericans For Lost-Causes In Organizationsl and its leader Striker Pickett, top recording ar- tists Daley and the Conventions backed up by the Law and Order Orchestra, popular author of "One More Time" H. Humpty Dumpty, the great Indian war- rior Chief Chappaquiddick, The D.A.R. tDebators of American Rhetoricl, the Moratorium twins - Amnesty and Pardon, the Duke of Carcass and his Royal Taxmen, choosey mothers, share cropper advocates, peanut vendors and millions of identity seeking Americans who can not decide who they are but like Bob Dylan's lyrics. To Carter's left we have Eugene McCarthy, also known as Gene Cool: the man with the army of Vice Presidents. The Youth King will gather his sup- port from the United Healthfood Supermarkets, the Woodstock Historical Society and its foun- der I. Wastoo Youngtobethere, the Adam 'N Eve Back-to-the- Garden Plant Shop, Levi Strauss, the Prospector Union with such mines as the Acapulco Gold, the Columbian Red, and the Tijuana Brass, the Hawk and Dove Bird Sanctuary, the East Asian Studios which brought you those noted films "T.M." tToo Muchl, "The Buda Pop Festival" and "By the Lights of the Yellow Moon," Canadian Baseball's, Outstand- ing Draft Dodgers, top record- ing group Dannon and the Yogurts, and millions of nostal- gia buffs. Underneath it all is Lester Maddox, who sponsored policies like white supremacy, Commie witch hunts, and choice seats on buses and at lunch counters. This southern leader will rally votes from the KKK Sheet Factory, Mom's Apple Pie Bakery, United Flag Manufacturers, Yankee "Doo- dle" Dandy, the Barber Shop Quartet, plantation owners, Fat-Kat Fashion Shop which in- troduced the grey flannel suit, country singer Ima Redneck with her hit record "America, Love It or Leave lt", the South- ern Book Burning Team, the Chain Gang, Moonshiners Anonymous, Southern Bell, and hundreds of white, over twenty-one, landowners. There are four sides to the Election '76 quadrangle but they are not even. To survive the next four years one must inevit- ably purchase a Confederate Flag, a jar of peanut butter and a bible, learn the words to "Dixie" and SMILE. 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Aix' 9 Sgt- .uf U iv. 4- photos Joe Vecchione how could i be gloomy of yesterdays dreams. i thank you with purity itself falling around me? i feel reborn Nature i could play all day in snow, when the sky kisses me with snow, for making NWS happen bathe in the freshness especially the first one, i am a child again of a blanket so cold and new the primal passionate play - Annie that it washes away of a winter god. the tarnish 55 E E E H' .W 1 ??jt,'VR.' FMT ,mx 5 New-.f I v Equestrian Demonstration x me v- A ts. pw ,v,..f - .1 .s , 5 A w I w 1 fl 4, . 'Y .1 my T Us ,V " vgv 1' Q 1- Agxlbf ' 'C A '- 1 1 Af? '4-if an ...dam """" 5 "f" 'E "' ' ' V V Q, to nw -' Q 3 ,s MR Q , ' , 4 ' - ., .. X n x ' f 1 , 'Q A , 5 ' -. . - - -.fr , , ff ' ' ' 5 ' Eh M ' - Q. 1 Y 1 , ,... an 4 , - -xx A ,bi 'T O, . W Jo- N A i ,, .. -f R fm H' ' - Q .- H 3- 3' ' uv ,.lf'!4 , f ' Q - , - ' ' I , T1 I! iq-+V ... V+ av ,viwrrwwvw A 1 M M h Q - 'M V ,mt . 1 W K 4. , M in V. tg .wa " U., I 'M R , -1 i .-, .. 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Mel Blanc Mel Blanc packed the au- ditorium at Cumnock Hall on Sunday, November 14. Known as "The Man of 1000 Voices", Blanc brought with him the characters and car- toons that have been delight- ing people throughout the world for over forty years. Blanc entertained with stories and cartoons for over , an hour keeping himself and M vxl his audience composed V 1 while the A.V.S. ironed out 3 s M M consecutive "big snags" in Q l their film system. He later M gave an interview over C9 fa W.J.U.L. lt was nice to see a room full of big people dig- ging on Bugs Bunny and 'N St Porky Pig. gf f " ' vi: . 3, 5 44, xf X J 9 A if 0 fs EQ' J B av 'iw J :gy v .I ya 5 i Vecch Mel Blanc autographs his picture in The Connector after giving an interview over W.J.U.L. 'X , ,wa LW. . ,W , , ,W I f , WISP? Qgiflr ff V f'Q"'m""' ' X 60 f"Ii photos X Joe Vecchione N ovember 16th was a great day for a Tur- key Trot: the weather was bright and crisp and the competition was stiff with 98 men and women running for 11 turkeys. 61 Turkey Trot T s 1-' Q Qgxqffiixs tf saggy j' ., 2-5 , ,. g i' ,M tg 5: A- me 4. M N fi .N " '1wa tk' . X ',- SE-N.. T' it Q5 N ,YJ , te r Following the Turkey Trot on November 16th there was a simulated bomb blast in Cumnock Hall. Sponsored by the Lowell Police and Fire Departments and some U. of Lowell students, the surprise drill was to check and practice procedures that would be used should a real disaster happen at the University. . X Q , ij. ' x X XQS' X Q 4 W y 14: NA H . " ' or " in ,MJ .qi V iq! il Q51-4332 ? .zfr 4 lu L M 'xc Pat Griffith , 62 I i I I' .S fp' 4SWW"W" ff-M -..?,.. .tt 3 t. gi if f"""u f U .N ' V X x 5 ff it A X' 'Q -1 The following story was taken from The Unicorn, a satirical supplement of The Connector. Following the Turkey Trot, five University of Lowell students were seriously injured this morn- ing when an excited and irate Dr. John D. Buff, President of the University of Lowell, lost control of his emotions and began firing a pistol at the group. The incident occured at approximately 8:30 this morning after the students, representing the Food Commit- tee, met the President as he ar- rived at his office in Cumnock Hall. The five students, whose names have not yet been re- leased pending notification of next of kin, had been sent to Dr. Buff as an emissary of the Food Committee. The Committee, a di- vision of the lnterDormitory Council, has been meeting in re- cent weeks to discuss the dessert situation at the school cateterias. A final decision was reached over the weekend to demand hot apple pie and ice cream with every evening meal. It was this decision that led to the shooting spree in the executive office. The students had entered the president's office to present this demand and soon all were in- volved in a heated debate. Dr. Buff could not understand the validity of this most important issue and refused to discuss the matter further. The students then refused to vacate the office. Reliable sources had told the Unicorn that at this point the lan- guage became abusive. One of the students has been alledged 63 Pat Griffith to have told the president, "Your mother wears Army boots." lt was at this moment that Buff produced a hidden. "Saturday night special" from his desk drawer and began shooting. The students were no match for Dead-eye Buff and he had them at his feet in no time flat. Local authorities were sum- moned immediately and the wounded students were rushed to nearby hospitals. When asked to comment on the situation, the IDC president said, "If Buff thinks we will give up this easily he's got another thing coming." 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Q ,. . , - , 4...f M mf 51'f' 1 in the spirit of giving ugsqbq Y L vw' 14 44 'nt on '-2-'3'-"1 I QE Eff 4 j sffiiiiiif' 4 69 man, , . xjfiw. , -, HAH. . ,..-. . .lm photos Peggy Shanahan Dave Mason 'G 6 ph otoslPeggy Shanahan Rory a g Gallagher 'ul' 4 X X KH- 'to 'is i 5 ,ZX X rj 1 . I Q ' X , 1 N XXX 9 'r Q wr f A xg ' x - a Q Q HQ F Pm Ei . g,, photoslRi ch Lacoste Dave Mason topped the bill on December 7 1976 for the first concert of the year Shown V iV'L.4if,kiLi img bl grinding teeth and guitar for the back-up group is Rory Gallagher. i- 'ut aawlx K Final Days - Holidays 3551.1 .zz ff M Peggy Shanahan ""5"3" X' A .xx K -ei --.... 1 Peggy Shanahan The month of December is one big rush. Wig? With finals and shopping and everything else, 1 numbness settles where Christmas spirit . should be. There just isn't enough time. 72 'Pe X . K x. 1. 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T Q V . -MJ - A 'sg y. .g U R l, 5Z , ' ' 1' -V W ,,.-A 34 -,pr-- l N A . ai .- WM' , ig bfi. , 1 ,L 4' 3 'V' " ' ' Q , 'inf' L ' '.L .,,-na!14 A ' 'ug'-'isf .v -Av w"" , I -A 9' uJIlv"f"" 'aid D S., if haf", my I lf ' a J it i' s 6 W, , , I 'ff 'Q .i Z E Snow 'la wi 1 . .Egg 4 s l A , - E1 . . . And more Snow Snow is swell. . .you can build with it, play in it, throw it at your friends . . . but when there are 93 cold people and one bus or when the pile is bigger than you, snow, and winter, and Lowell can be annoying. s, ,Q- i-V I..-A. 1 -3. I ' if-ff' 5- 33 ' NK, -ir lf- 3 .1 Q f" lllfffx ' . -RQ A 35 V X Si 6 QQ I 1 gy, , -1 av a K f W -wiv' '23 in ay -, 0 x 4 f ,- ff ' y 4 5 a war 1 0? 4:53 1' 2, '15 QQ ,, 0 ,353 hi D 'my M IYJSTZ hired cw Q, Snow OWS AEQ f J 'xl Iheorlpw QQ 1 v fm , -Q X! Wmjwq K? ' -f NK xi T' X M., HE: -27 W-4 f YAYEQEW QQSW 3 o T .,' X, .gm .Q , 94 4. 5 4- PU-S Q .3 AFV o o oo o ,f ' f ' X Q , . 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The formula was based on such factors as years at Lowell, academic rank, and terminal degrees, with publications included as a modest factor. Much of the dissatisfaction expres- sed by the faculty concerns the fact that merit was not included as a criteria and that some faculty were not urged to publicize. Some of the faculty feel that equalization was not achieved. Dr. Shiness, assistant to the President, explained that to achieve total equalization we would have needed double the amount of money received. Fr. Adolph Baker, Faculty Trustee, pointed out that there is no specific definition of equalization, and that everyone has a different idea of what equalization actually is. Dr. Salamone, director of the Chemistry Department, commented that it "was reasonable under the circumstances." February S fi , 14 I if ia-x -g ., s an - , "' 1 0,-, 3 , - 1b x. x"W' 'IQ ipiyg 3 v W ff ,Q 3' Peggy Shanahan 1 "" ' .1.""'-'af':-Q:-Z' I ' 535: 2' 7' V- ,xp S Y 4 1 ' S f' u f , n 5 Z U2 w 3 el xX K' ' g. . QF . . ,Q , -az. E . f -' f 1 - ,Q , X. .. ,-X Vx NJ 5 Q A .nr x Q J "2" I 4 Its, . . N - . 1,3 . 5' '-T--- I, l Germaine G ermaine Greer came to the University as a guest of the Lowell YWCA. Introduced as the "dessert of the Women's World Series," Ms. Greer explained that her lecture on Male and Female Fer- tility contained some "so- cially impolite" views and that she would whitewash the traditional Anglo- Saxon four-letter words so as not to offend her Massachusetts audience. Her talk emphasized the fact that women today have more opportunities for self-improvement than previous generations have had and that con- temporary methods of birth control need drastic improvement. "Why should women Greer suffer? Men make the sperm. On the average, two ejaculations contain enough sperm to produce the population of China. Men are fertile all the time, women once a month." More than birth control Ms. Greer advocates life control, feeling that women should be able to control as much of their lives as possible. No form of birth control at the present leaves a woman free to do this, and many are hazardous to their physical and mental health. Ms. Greer mentioned various other forms of birth control ending with abortion. On this point she made it specifically Qs 07 "- ll 0.71 ' 0 1 tO' Q- f ..QCU' clear that she was "not telling women that the only answer is abortions." She stated that the present method of abor- tion is an undesirable as other forms of birth con- trol. Ms. Greer asked that women and men set priorities for the control of the population. That early pregnancy suction-type abortion clinics be estab- lished foutside of hospi- talsl for those whose methods of birth control do not work. Most of all, she admonished that people should no longer think in terms of one liv- ing entity to another with understanding for the needs of the, other. 'U 300, ' 0' . iulorfftb I Nt. . . 1, ' Ill I , I 88 QUN T TREAD on M Harlem Heyday mt, 'is-..- ,us . The Cast of VIOCES, Inc. Pl'0'0Sl'PeQQv Shanalwi 89 A.l.D. and the Black Student Union presented Harlem Heyday on February 11th. lt was an entertain- ing musical revue of black nostalgia reminiscent of the Vaudeville and theatre days of the 192O's. Brought to the University through the memories of Flufus Go Nightly, an old-time Star of the 192O's, the revue featured VIOCES, lnc. Black Musical Theatre. The power of suggestion. One word and you forget your name. Another and you can't open your eyes, close your hand, or stop your foot from tapping. Amazing. Kreskin Amazes X y r r sf. s J 6 A . . gif Q' I . ll 'rn I1-Q A o x i f' f- I w .A ' ,, Y y K'X5. f A. -- A ' ' ' 'K 'Sf 1331 Q, ' 1 , -.,, A-4 l. L Q xv? N 'r fl, ew . 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Q- f '- viz.. 5'?uff:kv5'.az', ji' 'Zi photos X Al Mowatt K 50's Mixer ! -.gn lf' 4 in Af: 'R ' v 4? QW ffl-..., K 5 si 'aw in gf P5 1 ' ' 1:-in ' s H l ,wgilw -Ae' : X ,wil 4 ,As M M , -' E5 f'fi':w4gvQ" , :.'v,g', N "Z, Q is "wJf - -if f , 2 ' V 2 A ' yn. Q ' ff V, ,V A. ' 'xv .--.. ' gf, 42 I fx- V f L . 7., ' 1 f -1 . A E X M.-7 Q , T P L J xi 95 photos Peggv Shanahan ,eg-- args' U ' . -Q 2:2 O L ' Q P F Q Q . - 'Q . I. ' Q 3 , f ' K :Cl ' .,-f" "s aqfg 4' 7 ' 'i' -s e-g , ' xi , 0 . . 9 A .: ' -fa., .D x -, I' .. fx x' I" ffl' X Q L 4 1-'S' 1 'O J! ai ' 1 March Q 3 bd J Peggy Shanahan Steve Connollv 97 H. , is V .. a is N. f ,vf"'J:l if ' P' fl 3 J' In .K . Y. N 6, K 98 fi 'l'lli...i,,, 7 ' Q i pi Wiz- 11- F ' i, ,"'iiJ fin ' Z. 515- w ,HM Y i ,A M5-:N ii, Q -yin L! 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W " f Nj'-fu ,.M'f'w:'41sf"w W, - .-Sl+2ff55HAf::w'1:f" 4 Ulf' 'w-- ' ' fi f frWeQ?i5fs2??1iQf4f.f. ' 1 r " 4 w,a,w,5: 'fl 1ig4u,:, r :1Mw, wi 'X wwmmm vs. Bowdoin ..f' J ,G f ye, swf .R Q. 9 x Tom Jacobs scores a hatrick Bowdoin: T hey said it couldn't be done. The odds were too great. Bowdoin Laughed. Beat- ing the defending champions - in their own rink? Before their own fans? We had the Wildmen and the Wildwomen - but they were outnumbered 10-T1. U-Lowell Underdogs - 1977's Cinderella team. The first ever taste of playoff hockey for most on a team too young and too inexperienced to seriously threaten the mighty Bowdoin Polar Bears. So they said. But we were ready. So were the Wildmen and Wildwomen - wilder than any Bowdoin boosters. We had ten wins in a row behind us and we had the spirit for ten more. The game was tough, the tension tougher. But pride, determination, and four goals, three by Tom Jacobs, were enough to silence Bowdoin's two goal answer, enough to silence their dis- believing fans, and more than enough to raise the roof in Lowell's corner, with Coach Riley at the top, leading the jubilant Chiefs on to Merrimack. . . Peggy Shanah www. iF fr- r Pfxwj, W Q -.Q-Aw, f S' 'x.7','b Q f .0 gy, fi Peggy Shanah --Q vs. Merrimack Merrimack: fthe roof was raised at Bowdoin, it certainly fell at Merrimack. We had beaten them ear- lier in the season, for the first time ever, but it was history not to be repeated that night. Mer- rimack had strength - strength on the ice, and in the sell-out crowd, that carried them past our frustrated troops. Anxiously, we hoped for breaks - but the breaks never came our way. Our determined skaters were met only by brilliant goaitending and a solid Merrimack defense. This time our only two goals were countered by Merrimack's six, and an accompanying barrage of hurled tennis balls. We tried, and the Wildmen and Wildwo- men screamed, but it wasn't enough. Not yet - not this year. But wait until next year. With growing talk of a new hockey rink on campus, a rapidly swelling Wildmen and Wildwomen contingent, and an influx of greater hockey talent, the odds will be in time in our favor. Soon. A i - A X Ill photos Peggy Shanahav Micheal Duffy An Irish Fortnight March 10 - 23, Cyrus Durgin Hall M1151 l.....1... mf photos! Peggy Sh h The Irish Fortnight at Lowell was the first presenta tion in a planned Ethnic Symposia Series sponsored by the University with support from the University of Lowell Foundation, Inc. under the auspices of the Alumni Association, and the Lowell Sun, Greater Lowell Clover Club, Father Johns Medicine Co and other friends ofthe campus. Among those participat ing where actor Micheal Duffy of Ulster, accordianist and humorist Sean O'Niell, and author-lecturer Gor don Ledbetter of Dublin. Sean O Niell 1 104 . ,-4 . me-Hliisn ,.. I . . 2 ,J I a f---N L -,, x 1 i .S N?- 'K Q24 D XX- . Spring Break The campus is a grey, ghost town . . newspapers blow through empty parking lots . . . it rains most of the time and the river is brim-full. .,,Ed'l4'-X? 1 I 4 " 'affi- Q ' .guna ,QI ,UWPQ git? Q- to r 'G . 1 1,1 'ii 1352 X 106 Peggy Shanahan D eanne Stilman is f probably still wonder- ing what happened the night of March 24th. She came to ULowell to give her lecture on women's humor, peddle her book Titters, answer a few questions and collect her fee. But the chemistry was . wrong from the beginn- ' 2 ing. What follows is the scenario- About 120 guys and 2 women fidget in their seats at Cumnock Hall waiting for what is ru- mored to be a comedy- burlesque show. Enter Deanne Stilmang alone, fully and rather nattily dressedg Catcalls. Stilman glares, mumbles " . . . hot tonight," and begins a straight lecture. "The first thing I want to I tell you is that I am not I funny." Boos - "You can say that again! Then what . are you?" More catcalls Ms. Stilman continues 5 if . . . ' Z l i expl dry ti., I is a collection of humor -VAI aining in a monotone that her book for and by women. The point behind the book ,. being to show that wom- n en's humor is not pub- lished freely and that magazines routinely turn down items that they .. would publish if written by men. "What is the theme of your book?" "The theme of my book?" she snapped. "lt's hu- mor by women." What do you think of Dr. Rene Richards?" yells another student cupping his hands as a megaphone. A pause. "I guess she's someone who's doing something for a laugh." Catcalls. "You didn't answer my question," insists the student who wants to know the theme of the book. "What is your purpose for coming here?" "My purpose for coming here is to make money." Cheers. I YH! FIRST COLLECTION OF HUMOR HY WOMiN .ffi'ff..i'..i! .1 more pointless comes to , I ' a climax when a guy with a pie walks boldly on- stage and creams the speaker. "A little male humor . . he yells. Roar of ap- proval. Ms. Stilman re- f mains calmly disgusted, with a 'what-more-can- you expect-from-a passel of morons' attitude. - One might say that there was no chemistry at all and that this whole scene is better forgotteng but why did it happen? Sev- eral students tried to exp- lain that the provocative poster gave no hint that the talk would be on womens humor or that a book was even involved. "Everyone thought it would be some raunchy strip show," one kid said, somewhat embarrassed to admit it. The publicity turned off the people it was meant to attract. Stilman couldn't under- stand. The book fits into the new vogue humor, pushing the ridiculous with no clue. The inten- tion is to be funny, like "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," or "Saturday Night Live." The book's cover, fthe same thing as the poster', Photo Peggy Shanahan is a typical piece of sexist- Titters Sags "I don't know anyone who would sub- ject themselves to this for free." More cheers. Stilman reads passages from the book not really caring if anyone is im- pressed. No one is. Knots of students leave pe- riodically, "Your book stinks," calls one Expletive deleted her answer. A verbal battle that can not get any- chauvinist-exploitative advertis- ing by the people one least ex- pects: women. Stilman stalked out of Cumnock Hall in a huff. It wasn't the whipped cream that bothered her. She had been pied before and was a professional pie thrower herself. What bothered her most were the little kid leers on the faces of her audience. One girl apologized, wiped some whipped cream off Stilman's back and shook hands. Stilman gave her parting shot on the steps of Cumnock: "I think this place is the pits." I 107 ,, My , ar, 1- ' ' if? s as ' ' ,, H, 1205 M., T . Je V z .sf WJ K aw., ,.-iffy:-1,tfl 4 ' v .g 1 , it i i'4J..?'.-in ' ' W' 4 Ski Team ,Q-it P .P ,f is 'L J ,,, - we 'v r.. ,s .,, G , Q at ,V . I, I, -zz: , v ,- 4' ' .6-f . , ,. .. ng .4 . 4..- fa, ,L-' ' .5 - K William Aalerud, Greg Dana, Bob Demaris, Peter Harrison, Steve Gibbs, Peter MacKay, Steve Pike, Jay Plunkett, Gary Pulsinelli, David Roberge, Ken Smith, Charles Whatt, Chris Winslow, Dave Zepher, coach Professor Ameen wvrirllgltl it l ""E"'r . V V 1 3fg,1l',.f': ,.,:...,. Q A,,,.., A. ' - f , 1 , ' ' . ...,,. ., hgvmih, . ' ' 1 . - - - yimlvgv,-.,,,,,u,"q. .65 4 , ,. :,.,,,,,w-1 -""5'- , P -51915 A LH-f2..mi "- Hriliiiv' Nl ww wijypuibwf- new 1 -if Q rv ' . T, .1 Y! A wif . fa 5. N b 1 1 f E wi 1 'aa ,"""tw- ir- 'TF1 4-il 4 L -1-, P F 'Win' 'T' 1 QM' 5'i-i'. 2 1 4 , prwoios Joe Norm .- 15' Dr. Herman Lelvlark and Trustee George Membrino congratulate Dr. O'Leary at the reception honoring him. 110 Hott D r. Daniel O'Leary officially retired this month after forty years of involvement in Lowell history, and over twenty-five years as president of the State College at Lowell: the longest term of office for a president of a college or uni- versity in the country. lt has been said that his most signif- icant contribution to Lowell State was his pursuit of excel- lence, that he earned the col- lege its reputation for aca- demic quality by his judicious selection of faculty and adherance to high standards. His administration weathered the tumultuous sixties and saw an idea, the merging of Lowell Tech and Lowell State, become the University of Lowell. The expansion of what is now the South Campus of the University from one to nine buildings was accomplished during the OlLeary years. He was very concerned that these buildings should be harmoni- ously designed, and that there be plenty of greenery and places of solitude, so that stu- dents could find areas outside . . to study or hold hands and talk during the warm weatherfl What is there to say about a man and the most important years of his life to people who perhaps never really knew him, who do not care to read a dry list of accomplishments or a trite, sentimental tribute? Only that we use, and enjoy, what he built every day. O'Leary Retires is 111 ,Y April . W my E , V218 bp' ' -' .. . V W , f , Q., 5, - .'v"'kw ' 4 9 fx, ,, 5, V15 if , ve "4- ' l Joe Vecchione Peggy Shanahan 112 f' I 1 K I M l'1f1 XG' f I XX N I Z' Cl. N. 14" A 1 photos!Joe Vecchione April - Foplqinjg Around f-TJ . Davld Saul 115 N 1 Karate Tournament lump-D 1 ,,.,:v.,.,.., tb . -, ,A sofa- T Q.. ' - .t.,ff""'W-A " f 4 . , ' Q' xi . '+s?':v.-.f. .' V-"" ' A 'Y A - " -. 53,15-:4,.i3'1 - is-w'::,.+J:'G'1f1 46- .. 1, .- .f 4b.:'2':1:, V L... ,, i ,vw -n!.se.,e.,a ,, .- fb-..-rg, -Z, Nw. Y -' - -'V my "nv M' f -,x-,.f .- owl-a., N' 214. 1..-'ft-.f av A . Q5 ' - .,,:g .' :Q -w-gy ' :ua ug 1? 'xv-'F 'f ,. i,,, fg.1.ay are 4 w H -9 , l.. W- --.Q - LQ . ' L ,-l, Steve Palmer snarls after bruising opponent during Free Sparing Competition. amf a igif Jfriy F' Q ,Q I ML Peggy Shanaha The University of Lowell Karate team took first place in both Free Form and Free Sparing to become the New England Collegiate Karate Champions. The Tournament was held at the Costello Gym on April 2nd. 116 Y-I" F . jgxfxvt- ii. -Qi'- n" ' A Q M Y .bu -1 117 9 ...,.v.. ning 'E CW N 3 O J: u CC U7 is Rx 4,4- Kazumi Tabata congratu- lates Gloria Meile after ULoweII's tournament vic- tory and Captain Paul Lake waves N.E.C.K.C. trophy. Margaret Mead in-., Wu Peggy Shanahan Margaret Mead holds a press conference in O'Leary Li- brary before her lecture in Cumnock Hall. Students and faculty members filled every seat in Cumnock Hall and lined the walls on Thurs- day, April 7th. All had come to hear what Mar- garet Meade had to say. Dr. Meade spoke on the changing roles of men and women in society stating that these roles have been decided histor- ically and physiologically. In the historical sense, women have never been given a chance to excel in a man's profession. ln their respective roles, women have received less recognition than men. lf a woman cooks, it's called cooking. lf a man cooks, it's called an art. Men have never really been free to enter a wo- man's profession. lf a man wanted to be a nurse or an elementary school teacher, he was de- graded. ln the physiological sense, women have al- ways been expected to be more responsive to other people. Men are asked only to be sympathetic. Women are bred this way because of their ability to have children. Carrying a child for nine months makes a woman more re- sponsive as she must take care of someone else, too. Men do not have this quality and must learn this from women. Answering questions from the audience, Dr. Meade offered the follow- ing views: On the nuclear family: 119 Young families should not be isolated in remote suburbia. They should be surrounded by people of all ages within com- munities with housing for all incomes. Also hus- bands and wives should work close to their homes so that they may have more time together. On Saccharin: lt should be banned and put on prescription for the diabetic. On fishing rights: lt is irrelevant issue for the time being, interna- tional law should be more concerned with oil spills. On living together: lt is not immoral, its just another form of mar- riage. Marriage is a voca- tion, and some people are not made for it. The Players Present. . .A Funny Thing Happened Cast and Crew: Greg Descoteaux Bob Dunn Victor Dupuis Evan Gessman Lynn Grieco Cindy Hubbard Doug MacDonald Judith Mitchell George Nigro Jay Petrakis Dot Scammon Bernie Sullivan Director - Gardner Tillson photos!Peggy Shanahan Hysterium masquerades as the virgin under the devious direction of Pseudolus iabovej. Miles Gloriosus loppositei orders that a pro- per funeral be held for the "dead virgin." 120 On The Way To The Forum 'X n A ,W 121 ez L' 'I y-,, - 4 " xx .1 ff Q X5 F m k Q . Q 7' I r wx L XE- ,. 7' 'U , f ' Q' 4" . x. Guisepe Verdis' Fiigoletto, Sarah Caldwell artistic director! Cyrus Durgin Hali, April 15, 1977 To opera or not to opera, that is the question. Unfortunately, for most students at our university, the answer is not to opera. Being of a rock preferance myself, I can readily sympathize with their animosity toward the subject. I mean, who wants to sit through three hours of boring, 17th century op-er-a. For any students who happened to have stumbled into Durgin Hall on Friday, the 15th, I can guarantee their opinion has been changed. I definitely feel that Ftigoletto has changed mine. With Fligoletto, the evening was more of an event than a mere theatrical production. To review the event without taking into consideration the atmosphere surrounding it, is to lose half of the story. When I decided to review this opera I felt it best to start with a description of the evening and work my way into a description of the show. The evening started when I drove my vehicle into the south campus parking lot and noticed that the place had been transformed. Gone were the VW's, the mad parking habits, the denims and the fights over parking spaces. Instead I saw neatly parked 15 thousand dollar cars, middle-aged men in 200 dollar tuxes, middle-aged women in 2000 dollar furs, AND courtesy while parking. As I sat in my van dressed in my 60 dollar suit, I knew I was out of my element. I was escorted by the R.O.T.C. into Durgin Hall. I noticed that the usual cases of beer and wine coolers had been replaced by a dollar a glass champagne, imported, of course. Watching the crowd, I realized that most of the audience consisted of professional men, doctors, lawyers, teachers, and that each group sat rigidly among them- selves. The only wanderers I saw were politicians trying to hustle a FEW VOTES. As I looked over the program, the whole seating scheme was revealed to me. The location of the seats and the position of the name on the program were in accordance with the amount of money donated to the opera com an . I ima ine the people at Ftheybottorr? of O N 0 the listing were in the last bal- cony with me. After the brash, high-society introduction, the lights dimmed and the show began. As the orchestra burst into the overture, IVls. Caldwell appeared from a side door to take her place at the head of the orchestra. This came as quite a surprise to me, for I figured she was the lead female singer. How was I to know she was the director of the actors and orchestra? Masterfully, she directed the actors and musicians like chessman on a chessboard. The actors were vocally and dramatically perfect and the music was flawless and tight. For those of you who do not know what opera music sounds like, imagine the mellow, flowing sound of Pink Floyd combined with the heavy orchestration of E.L.O. and you have it. Oh, by the way, the musicians had no amplification or electronics: just good old-fashioned wood. wind, and string instruments. I soon realized that you had to clap at certain spots or be looked at strangely. Also there were no whistles or cheers just bravos. Even with all this formal ceremony, I still enjoyed myself. And l'm convinced that most other students would to if only they would give opera a chance. If for no other reason you would enjoy Rigoletto for the illicit story it is based on. Sex, good music, violence and culture - what more can one ask for? Louis S. Salamone 123 . .the fastest hands in the world ld- ,J --.' ,gf W- -Ls "mf ' Steve Dacri stunned them with the old golf ball under the shot glass trick and stupified them with his card tricks and nerf balls. On Wednesday, the 28th, he performed 3 shows at various locations on campus drawing a large crowd each time. One cannot imagine how fast this guy is, you really had to be there. photos X Mark Christ ine n v 1 1 5 i X 4 4 I +5 4 A f55:.f,f-, ' , I "' vu,-N - - '-'T iffizib wvligff 1 f fr, 24, Ezffwf 1 ,, f, , I . f Siyfywarjfjy nf. L 1 , A f ,f ,QQ-1, 'Q' f, ' x , ,, L I, 1? if "VV" ' fa? M, , Ha' 125 gn , ,:,.:. fi .-,ff . ,, A 2 , . :wi J '1- Qs 1 x 423 Liffvggdf v wk. 5: 2- 'N4 :gf , v I V--N 4 1 . 3, . g x 1 , ,naw Ui! Q... I Z 4. Q 9 mn' 3 'nn L .. I Q I . en., aff VJ .fr- r w 1 ff' is ,fax 1 v I, w IL.. 1 JK' Y". ' ' W ,.,-hz. ,.l Ll' AFV 'f w W'w'H5"t' 'l"A--' f3'ys.f E'fd-f -.. -as-Q 3 "U9lnnuanu,, uw I 91... ' I' u9:"1i,Q " 1' M 4: ' 5 snr Q4 'af Qi' 'L 1 f qw? 6- A 0 Q ss -. -'s 0' 1 1' 3, 'fi 'Ky -- 1 'V "9" ni-1 I-"""'T'u 4.1 v - W 1.0. -Z .I al K ' C 'Y 14 1 B tif., :J is ,,'s., aj. .br if of?" ' 1 TYEEJELZE jii"l,',J.'1V.'n,'...L 74',12M5ifE!E1'iLwVT'-7dZ'JiMM ..L..,,,'J.4..,RN.3K'L .,., M. Q . . It was a calm Carnival. There was the traditional warm-up behind Leitch and the beer-tender wore coconuts. The day came crisp and clear - the Biology Club had a rat-race, the French Club sold crullers, and the Activities Commission gave away spiked watermelon. There were wine coolers, Syrian subs, tacos. Orleans played, so did Aztec Two-step and Beaver Brown. They were able to open Broadway St. about 7:00 pm. Most of the crowd had gone, leaving the Townies, the litter, and the sleeping soldiers. mail Ki T Mark Joe Vecchione L n XX if "' avi -W9-aft -B ' 'mfg' F-'. "ws .. "ef-'sg - is ll"-U' Peggy Shanahan 128 Q HI 'll 1. F Shanahan X .v . I .. , 11. I A 1 'xy 5, ,"" m -I . A - "Fax . .gt M 1' 'ffm s -1 'Ipit - . , 3. Hy' ' . uu':.'i,.1x.9 4 . ,iff , - 'x."'.'1 fl' ' Q F. ,, ,w :img 4 .. .- - an Ny. V: , lx ,EPI TT , Q b W .. ', JH aah! wh -. .. -1-Q4 -'q:.',...,- ,l A inf .x n x 1 , - - - A 1- -,fx-t w ,M 5 xx ' ' ' 'FA -' ,W x 3 m h r. V ..- v, - . ix . l , ka-'sth . -Q3 a ' "tif, 9- - . W. -- X .- -. '-is-1t'fQf,. . X.-'z .6 Y Xxx. W 17558 , .I 'K' rx Q 'Ja u" 1 X W:?' . fv'-"' . 1, wx, U K 'lffa ' lf.. "'1.N .A , , ,351 :?'P,7' uv.--.L - . - g . . N .K I .. 4' -4" Q - . 1 g v . '43-. - '-' -I, . . ll H x 5. 129 fs , 5 4-ff i Il. A .nv Q E , ' 1 5. 0,3 21,-v 4,1 -A 'TK - Mmxw' 1 Q l , x N r 1 1 E 11 I, 4 I N W x W W L E i 1 1 lg -x IVlay Peggy Shanahan I i The University Band The University Band, con- ducted by Willis Trapha- gan is shown during a per- formance at Durgin Hall on May 2nd. 132 in 4 Q .IJ av' 'Ox I, F Vg 12 sa X V , Y -B ga-1 ,S -I F593 A ,Q Q -S I 1' s' Final . . .getting near the end 134 photos X Peggy Shanahan 43 l E52 ! I 3 Qi ,i 4 A 4 ,Vi I ,. , uv! , K----""': "" iw! 1, AH ,,,, M, ., ,, M ,Hmm Q, fzwdiy , rf , ,i iw ' f 4 'fuk-'M .swf Q'.ZggI7?lW"' f' W'-ff' mam, W1 w"f"" J if 'ff 5 . fp. 4 ,, ,I 1 ' - L... 43-ul 'x .' 2 I 1 1 1 . O . 0 Aw V " f wif Y rf I, xsh V 'K -,-...,!,..-4..V I un Q 'E ." : .L--.Q f Q, AI g 5 4'I Ken McKee QR 'QQ .y MN Last Day of Snow On May 9th, 4-5 inches of snow fell in Lowell Incredible. 137 Senior Week Senior Week is a party, allnight, everynight. Party on the Booze boat, at the Kowloon, the formal, at Alumni night, the baseball game and the Senior picnic . . . if you can handle it. ,gl lv l l l l l l l -r" af. 'viii X f'h-funn, . 3 'Cf :,.,32I'f"' fy 4411- -, , Y-. .36 Shanahan or 139 1 1.4! If-. .gd ""f1-.tr Ka a-cf ' 1 "'? ,af 1 ,Q ,f V V ,- 1 v 'I photos Rnch Lacoste wif wwf 3 W! va .fizxf 'rt ls, i5? - uf , . .. . . , V ,,, Q15 40Ux'2f',x.f' -S4 uni-'v N., Sr '- A , '. 1 I 1 ,fi - - t, , ls, xqy av .1 Y 1 1 xnxx Jig, . I.-4 ,xx V Qlqgfif A , R sm 1. ,h E U X Q' xx SS 'Qy 1 Q F. 'QV -3- , . -- Inns -yr-af Y' QYKJ I .Egg 4 1 1 v' " . .A J Q , A 1' i 'vii' X, eh :df 4 5- .X 'Qs-1 ff' 51? im -'155 ,135 - w sxf. Q., . 22 3 , if P+ 1 5323, f l! K .. 4.1 Q -f Q.. ,V U QPR: gjfwvifi ' X35-'f ' I A -- - X' nc , 2. ff' ' N CUNGRATULRTKUNS DMN?- .youfz mm XQE NUP3 f.,-1 1 nu vp 571 --+1 '04, W1 'QU P ' ',,,,,,N .yu aww Q Q ' ml cfiysn. ! 5' ra! J , , 'T 4 " : ',:-f1, L' . - -1 1-:"' 'vi' -U lx. -C' 4- NX YP' gg 'rfb -TF aug- -' Z' F' New 'mmrf' 'QP' 3 an ,-'Ng -fm ,Q .qqmjvw w The Honors RA V, 1 'ui' ,Y '.'A I9--, ,fl J . WZ fs . if ALA I Fourteen-hundred and thirty Bachelors Degrees, one hundred and ninety-five Masters Degrees and one Doctoral Degree were awarded at the second University of Lowell Commencement. Arthur Fiedler, founder of The Boston Pops, and Dr. Thomas Weller distin- guished researcher and teacher from Harvard University, were honor- ary degree recipients as Doctors of Humane Letters. David Joseph Frediani was awarded the Trustees Key for achieving a Baccalaureate record with no grade less than Deborah L. Benson, Gerald J. Durkin, William F. McCullough Ill, Bichard T. McNeal, Mark A. Morse, and Francis T. Talty each received the Presidents' Medal in recognition ot their outstanding service to the University. 142 YQ X. ' 1 s, .1 V - . .I q MQ. fwfc 'Nr 'Z ' - H -t-Y' - - ." - Q 5" g ,ffTq,p,, X' - : , . l Z ,flifl N . I, Pwr xwih ir, 'lui ' wtf.. photoslM kCh sta Arthur Fielder and Thomas Weller stand as Natalo Paella and the University Brass En- semble perform "America the Beautiful" ftop lefty. Ar- thur Fiedler receives honor- ary degree from President Duff fbottoml and David J. Frediani strolls to the plat- form for his award. F Q . 1 4 i i l l i l l l l I l i The Address - excerpts "Your learning experience . . . has been a growing, personally maturing experience - the result of struggle and sacrifice. Today is a day which not only honors your educational achievements but also honors your parents, your wives and children, and those people who have supported and be- lieved in your efforts. When you leave here you may feel some- what let down: people have a basic fear of the unknown because we are very comforta- ble in where we have been. You knew what time you had to be at class, you knew you neither be changed nor denied." fist ,Q is '- IV' ffbx i Q' A . x 'F if v1""' V' "You are the ones responsible for changing what needs to be changed and preserving what can would see familiar faces next to youg you knew or had heard of your instructors, there X 3 was an academic calendar, a syllabus for the I X ,. LQ-gels course, there were exam dates, there was the f anticipated summer break. Dean Leo F' Kmg Speaks' The world ahead of you has no such familiar routine, it is an unknown challenge, but one we must not fear because it is what our educational experience has prepared us for. . . .Change is growing and there can be no growth without change. You are not the person you were when you entered the University and you are not now the person you will be tomorrow, next week, or next year. You are the ones responsible for changing what needs to be changed and preserving what can neither be changed nor denied. . . . Life promises no person constant ease or freedom from doubt. . . . Each of you must realize that one-third of your life is over, the two-thirds of your life remaining should be the most challenging, the most rewarding, and the happiest of your time here on earth. . . . Become involved completely in life, put yourselves into it, learn from it. An educated man or woman works for change as well as accepts change, strives to better the lot of all peoples while he or she perfects himself or herself. Be, then, the educated men and women the University has made of you and be the splendid, involved, and effective people that I know you can be." 143 N I Ti i Y . fn if N i Sf' J ' M 'S N . Wir NJ W. ,. 5 - 3' uvwrww Q ,,.-. .. ,Q 5 if , 65, " ' vt X A' V J. 'Q . ,, X Q' - ' 'D XX 5 gill VR x' .4 vf"g,1"'a! N f V' 'X' 'mhz' . 1581 f, ,fx 'iw 1? 2 p 1-' 1" ' Q, V '.'5f1'if.4' I , uh U 1 X:-f -- fn Y 1, wi, ls I 4 W a H fl 5 ' 3 Q K -s U 1 ff ' ' S' 4 . I. ,mf ur A '. vi J A 79+ , .f A ' 5 ff 1 5 LT-F rw "' Y xi- A J! I, fp ' .714 ' - fx N j it - O -f" 2- 1 . . 5-. VH,-. 4 'Sh' 4 --' 1... Q-iv" Af ..-3-. .hm :Q '4 Yrxua-QT!" J... .2 1' Q-.Z '4 I ,JM 1 5 5 M-A . . QX at ' ' 144 Y Y 5 vi. 'V r.. 74 "' . ' w' - V wx, . lx 5- t 17 Q A I 4- Q - ., 5. - - 4 I 5 f. - , .A A W . . , 1 Q, 1 -mit, i 1' xl, . I 4 , ' ' ' 4 - , 4 . 'I I - 'Y 1 x '- ' sf., 5 . .y . I ,Mr " A . V an 1 fsltarn JI! Aw 1 5-Fa Above all things We are young And each of us yes each and all will grow Directly Upward through each day Until satisfied or content lit you willl Sit down and be peaceful And friends: Let us start our lives together I want to hear your news Be easy And young At last Ellie 14. J ' 'Q pu' ,fa- I' Fl vi -mis . -4.1 Q., ' kuf"'.-I t Y' xx! fri '4""f A 5 i'qg?:'li.'p,! i,'A Q.a?,'u' 'Aivlgm' wgfff " . 'Rash f Q - .1 44 rad' 1 9' J v 1 A K . i. 'S 146 w-SH' A fb -r .E- ,,. .5 ni 'iw "3 a ,J H' v " 1c':'9'f'F , 7, 'wwf Peggy Shanahan 1 I U' X. The Class of 1977 and other prominent people. . . Daniel Abdulla, ED Joyce Albertine, PS Harry O. Alexanian Lyle Alexander, MY ,f s t - Z I. -fxwjw Qgblbhv . ,Ev . N, . . A" SY .. it 9 i s 1 X N I, -1 al 3 X ii X' we f .i Magsood Ahmed, MG Carla Albertelli, AR 7 X Zi? Davood Alian Philip Allen, MG H-:W :rf mlb 7 ' Anthony Ammendoiia, MG Karl Anderson, MU Kathy Anderson, NU ,., 1 H' fi Q 4... , 3 F' 'NF , x ' ' 5 A Ev 1. 1 SX' Q N Q Y M. lv' 'ini 2' 2 t 1, i t 5,4 ,lf A l ff' Joseph Andrews, MG Joseph Antkowiak, ME Stephen Antoneilis, ME Lisa Antonelli, NU Kevin Appert, PH ,Q Vx , A -L ' 5' 1' 5 Eva Giynis Aromaa, MA Debbie Ashby, EM Frank Asimakopoulos, SH 148 Robert Arcieri, MG James Armitage, EE Y , x...,9uf 'N ri'- 'bmi' f X 1 4 5' X 'IST' :iii ,- i 1 ., , i .. 1 , i N.' 'uw Dana Atkinson, PS Robert Aubrey, CE David Auger, EE 551 --wir' ' , ,.A, ,., , I , ' 2' :: 45 y. f Q. A' , I1 if A il? . si f" 5' I 5? 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Thomas Brogan, EE Frank Brown, EC Pamela Brown. MA T' A '4 IQ 'f .T C it 'Z N , x 1, I 3, 'fQf111'W r "sv.'4". . l I . T Q.. 'y X ' g -V1 ' i f fin JW fc j M , 2 , Q: -x i' .'f'Q7.s- L 1. Thomas Brown, EE James Brule, CH George Brunelas, IM 1 ,A--'H' .,- A ' f S 3 f- ,Z 3 Q MWA fc-r"x"i , ,. , gms, X X 1' 'A A" ' Ui. ' fri T , T K. - 2 viii, , ,i it Q , 7' C . rfi'i T,- 6 , , 'iii fV:iiV'3" x xl I , fini, 's h I ,ggi I - ' fl Valli 'lli!ig','i'g, ,w.l.i. T ' l,3'j'j.il, . -. N Y . l . .fri xz' - 1 i ,Q .1 1 1 -' ' Margaret Bruziak, MU Mary C. Bruzzese, EC Gordon Burger, EE R'fh3'd AME" 151 EF , X.,. . xr' . " Q ' -sf ,f f 5 X51 i. 7, 0 , ' - 19.2, ,. ' , g :wx ffl ' ,, , . M A .5,,,..i. I if V r J -5 -. l ff, ff' V if X gt 2, R W M rip? ,, Z 'Q xg' f if wr 1? ji s- K N 1 -iz' , 't L ,KZ r... -.A-95:31-.', 4" F ' 1 :" '- , g .:5sgy." . A.-.,,g 4 - ,E . 1 i GM gfgt V'x. 5. x X ,Q Sty 4 KW, um I 'as ', 1 " Q' 1? X, ge Cheryl Burke, SO A ,ow-Q any -..1'v,::.-X :k i - of '-1 1:1-M ,ut-N in ., tying. N ,-'ff .1 tiifgsw Q , tizwqtvk 3 , V 'Q' it pp- xg, I QSTSR9: 'A ici 'Num Michael Buscetto, EN Paul Cafarella, NE 12.4 t ,iq-""'f Donna Cardosa EH E7'. qv S ily' 41: fk A24-,k,,,1, :. iw :M ' img r rw ' . A gt ' X ggi , l' d k ' t A Paul Burke, EE xX X, x J 0 , V N X,,1..,' ' 1' ' S H i 1 3 ,gmM"f'e Y -- . 1,-fx ' ' is x In 5 Cons Bill Butler, MS tantine Cafcalas, ME ww 'Ve George Burnley, CE Suzanne Butrym, MS ta 5 Xi Yfvxifik .- -X . -A S .. X X. . - .,. g' . , , ,ty X C igwp " -1 r Iwi .jmiiimk , C Q , g e -. :A .av ,Q Q S , . N-.3 ., . . t,l,i.m t XE Robert Callaway, CE James Carducci, EE Richard Carey, EE lil , 41 if - . K , 'v ii -if A v M .ff - ii 1-C5492 5 N Q Nxt X ,gf 5 5, w ix X - Q X f 3 1 3' K ' ' 'K x v if 3 " K , f N WM 'S X XX XX f Q ,. , , 'NX ,J x txt ., Y KM av B X W A K .k . " if .. :ali -U31 , ' 1 V.. it c . ' gi , . . A, .ig ' ' ' yy, e L 'N -'fzf Aw -' -.x. 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X ' " 314120 David Cooney, MG s-:xx Vx ., ,aff Vx ,L ,V Y N Cx' ' Q., ,Tk .ffl .-f -p X, .sv X , ., , v ' i i W 34 Kevin Correa. SO ,lf ' I f i f. if f' 'wg ir: , . ' ,M lgvrigi 3 ' 1 , xv . . ...f-pe' ' me ,- , za . 11: ,A -, 'f A XE 1 s l1f'.'f'- 1w 4fzQ,QE-...w.um"'V5.4 " 4 ff' Ilidio Corte-Real, CH ,qw 15 4.4, ' la- R :- ..-we tw- ,.- .J I "" - I ., ,, ,, V sg- ,JZ .E ,. ,lvv Q Mis, . xq , fih b X 'I ' .... -'VF Y- vtrv Q , Q1 x , I is G 31" ,ffl - 1 1' - mx . ,I rx, '-Q... 15 at Leonard Cossette, IT Robert Cotter, EE Norma Couture Diane Cowan, MG ?g'4f9, Aa I ,yi K if Earl Crumrine, SO Patricia Cullen, NU I-. L , . . L Irs, 4-' I. .- X . H K' K-wg if f ' , fsegz 1 29 , " , C' . .5 : I vs? ' ' :. Q, I ,Ev vwj. 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Jeffery Gagnon, PS Robert Fritz, MA 'W' 1. , '-2-5 Joseph Gagnon, MG l 160 7 - if il , -Qi-St - 1 lla fav ?""if" A A A ' X ' . -f' ,Mb X ,,i -', 1 Q ,T-" xi'-ix l i E , ' 3,55 lm F Llfliou rnCCLO Thomas Francis, EE Patricia Freeland, EN fi' 70 LJ' .x.- A f Ralph Fuharo, MU Brent Fuller, AC TT, ,.,, E H l XX Michael Gagnon, EC Suzanne Gagnon, MS t: 11 1' l JE M , --1. 1" ti 4 I i l 'fi -, l ,J fiTf"", Y Sa Q-H I SX 4 3 3 ' 1 . . .Q 1 -. f -Q Paul Gaitanis, SO Susan Gallager, NU 1 7? ls - I X -,E Lo. rnvdl A 1 5 ,fa .El 1' 1 if y lim S no snow wk, 7 ' N, m QTIQZL gy ' 4. .fifiiii-ki, It :gap - ' Pit.. :,., Q-'ggi' Gziklsisim :'2?5iZSe?'.gQ 1- Albert K. Gandaba Bruce Garber, ES , ..b , ., 1,-,, - l 5,1 j.:,,4,.-Yzfq, ' 'iff ' iliu. : '3 4 an I' ., . , af- rf! , nr ,- ' Q :- Z pr.. . 1, if Ein' ,L - ' Thomas Garrigus, MG David Garson, MY Robert Gaudetie. NE Christine Gendron, NU Wayne George, MG Gebre Getachew, CE ' if - . 5 .Oi 1 i , ' 4. in x L f f " .lf , V, l, Dimitri Giavis, MG Michael Gibbons, CN Elaine Gillan, MA 161 ' - .,,,:h,f?'w'j -JZ: G- A if . SW! Lisa Gayzagian. ML F ,. fa' X 1 x.,', . Q ., 1 if , iilif' .V f' E :EQ2 'X SQ :UZ " - J. :Q :mlb But. .54 ' xx tl 5i!Piff,ii11't"E?S. 91 Frank Giovannini, ME v .iZ?i7'5"1E'l'.u1f.. sci' '+Q2,-igws-Z-. ., , ff, ,Lvfwff -Ss f59TQl. . ' J ' iw E5 5 E- gr- . as ,113 V Q- - W-.ff 5 , Q., 0.5 V 1 I James Galvin, MA I .L Mark Gardner, PH e-45 f"P Allen Gee, EE 1,-x 1 W 'I X 4. - ff' S U , H., Q, Martin Glick, MG Tx: i - .' "Q . 1, N , r . s A , ,I - - ,-.4 ,- if 4-Us x kg' . 'A ' I , ii l M10 . . , X - 0 ' ' bf LL " 5 l ..':',. X 4 1,4 -Q- ' ' Y , AQ? fi life 1 ww nvfgr IJ O Cr rn 1 Q 3 an 7 na 50 O rn x ' r l , Q it 4 ki .kill xo Ellen Giurleo, SO PLA 'ei ' -' v.-. g--Q-A ,..t,a-11 my -,Mir . Giv. A ,gf- SA Q - .F . V-in K, It . .F , Qgkl ' at A' ev'g.,Xr3f'?'?i 535 Q ly A A A . 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Hal... 40,x ' nf"- Jerry Marinari Ji' IH A . 4 fa-- IQ. ,,,,y 1- ,719- NNQ David Martancik. NE xv. ff' , 1, 1 -Q. Ed ' 5 K, Myron Matras, NE gf David Macintosh, ME '7jfV""f7 . P ' " A . g if ', :Vi 'A 5,q,,,Qf,f ' . N N w 1. 1 x x I' 1 xv! . Iwi 1 0-.f wi A :xy ,x!. I. A - -wav ll, 4 llll ' l C I N N if , mi ,J-.X ' lu D, , ' Kevin McCarthy, MA Tim McCarthy, EE Millie McCormack, PS 171 Q iii Mary Markiewicz. PS , , X, ' A-gf ' if , in " .V ' xf. S 'i Patrick Martone. EE i 9 .l 4' ' Elaine Matsikis, SF I . E 'A if Peter Margiotta, ME Edward McCormick, CE llfx ,H 'W' F S X :ii 1 5 'P William McCullough Ill, AC Lulu McDonough, NU Diane McDowell, NU W is - K ,, -...ia S M at sf vi' ,vw ..... 9. ,QF .4 X K ,ty i . QSSA-3 - , H.,uwm.w1'Y:SQfQ.wQ" ' 1 Q K ., 5 " - . NW- xi, ci A w 'lm r fri- W.: ' t. A N 'fi'-. Q . , A i ..,, " v i-fi' . 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Pehl Jr., ME at P' 5 93 QM, K I 9 Y 1 , V 4 iw' 597i . i- ' -LU, 'f Qffv , .121 fhf,,vaHfa',.w-f.g'. f ,ff:E5:5gfZ.ip',',pyf7,-c P-'1f",'-f 5,1-I-V L:-j'VVvv'l' x .1-4 ' :rf:::::r,yCv:w.gv5 , Ll- LLLAJ- ' yy vv , 5, ', lbghl- L vvy Nvvv ... f'-. .i.:.Ll-5-f'f'mQYvv'iXI'.."J Theresa Prendergast, AE Jerome Pepin, ME QS y ff if 'ti .A i Daniel Peters, EE 'rv- f "Hifi 'll 1, lfn,frQl' I Stephen Piercey, MA 5' .gay n " - if "1 '-1zE3'V1. iii?-f. - 1-tgxfulgq ' Phyllis Polizotti, SO ,. ff, f,,. 1 1 ff' ' i Colleen Petullo, RS George J. Picard, SB Karen Pope, PS ,, Paul Pellend, EH ,X-.V . A 4 ' 'Lie , lj 7 1' 5 PQ -f ' ffjfi 'ik 's, , w,.: N I if .1 'ek A " . . N :W Fl, ' .fig V f" A Q x """3iil'f' I-, Q, :,'.iff-vllv . .H ,Jul ' John Perkins, ME , Lorenzo Phillips, CH hai' YJ' ' ,..- -1 if ii 1,777 , J fi -39"-. Ev: al!-ll' 'v"" fv" .i7f -' ' Y". ,s"'fL75"9 'J' '? . ' r-: O' -"--. mv 1 .'. - lar' mm' vu '--. X ' . Judy Pinto, MS . f ,os Alicia Poulin, PS l 176 T, 3 xx ,ag Ks ,ww eff? 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Oxon Hill, MD. 20022 Alexandris, Debbie 6 Belmont St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Allard, Carl D. 479 Rollstone St. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Allard, George W. 479 Rollstone St. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Allen, Philip B. 203 Glezen ln. Wayland, MA. 01778 Alston, Donald J. 153 Jerome Medford, MA. 02155 Alter, Maxine L. 27 Eustis Ave. Wakefield, Mass. 01880 Amari, Robert F. 54A Eastern Ave. Woburn, MA. 01801 Ambrose, Michael L. 185 St. Joseph Ave. Fitchburg, Mass. 01420 Ammendolia, Anthony J. 110 S. Walker St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Anderson, Kathleen M. 14 Wilson Lane Nabnasset, Mass. 01861 Andreoli, Victor A. 59 Golf Ave. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Andrews, Susan 181 Park Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Andrusaitis, Benjamin J. 26 Cleghorn Lane Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Antal, Debra A. 121 Oakridge Dr. Ayer, MA. 01432 Antkowiak, Joseph H. Federal Hill Oxford, MA. 01540 Antonelli. Lisa M. 85 Peach Orchard Rd. 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Denise A. 395 Essex St. Salem, Mass. 01970 Auger, David N. 421 Merrimac St. Newburyport, MA. 01950 Ayer, Linda M 12 Eliot St. Bx 254 S. Billerica, MA. 01865 Aylward, John B. 42 Seneca Dr. Vernon CT. 06066 Azarian, Doug 41 Sachem St. Billerica. Mass. 01821 Bagdigian, David H. 26 Andover Rd. Billerica. MA. 01821 Bagshaw, Jonathan H. 16 Ideal Ave. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Bahou, Nicola 225 Gibston St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Bailey, Patty J. P.O. Box 7 Roxbury, Mass. 02101 Bajor, Peter J. 25 King St. Methuen. MA. 01844 Baker, Holly E. 5 Santa Fe Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Balatsas, George 95 Marshall Ave. Lowell, MA. 01851 Balestracci. Gina L. 634 Kempton St. New Bedford, Mass. 02740 Balsamo, Elaine M. 41 E. Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Baltin, Daniel J. 158 Carroll Ave. Westwood. MA. 02090 Baltrukonis. Rita M. 17 Hawthorne Rd. N. Grafton, MA. 01536 Baram, Abdulkarim M. U. of Lowell. Box 1137 Lowell, Mass. 01854 Barbett, John E. 15 Lorraine Ave. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Barbo. 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Starr Hill Littleton, MA. 01460 Britton, Frederick H. 90 Nelson Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Brogan Jr., Thomas L. 36 Grant St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Brooking, Karen L. 10 Sycamore St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Brown, Ernest P. 38 White St. Littleton, MA. 01460 Brown, Frank J. 13 Evergreen St. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Brown, Pamela L. 193 E. Dunstable Rd. Nashua, NH. 03060 Brown, Patricia E. 174 Groton Rd. No. Chelmsford, MA. 10863 Brown, Thomas L. 3 Adelaide St. Hunt Sta. NY. 11746 Brudo, Yvon J. 27 Mevill St. Methuen, Mass Brule. James E. 215 Hersom St. N. Bedford, MA. 02745 Brunelas, George N. 61 Montview Ave. Lowell, MA. 01851 Bruziak, Margaret 161 Stevens St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Burger, Gordon A. 6 Harding Ave. Newburyport, MA. 01950 Burke, Cheryl A. 73 Patten Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Burke, Paul M. 23 Floyd Ave. Lynn, MA. 01904 Burnley. George G. Brown Rd. Shirley, MA. 01464 Burns, Arthur A. 27 Washington Parkway Lowell, Mass. 01851 Burns, David R. 55 Scudder Ave. Kingston, NY 12401 Burns, Paul G. 1109 Greendale Ave. Needham, MA. 02192 Burns Jr., Albert W. 14 Rockwood St. Melrose, MA 02176 Burroughs, William W. 21 School St. Manchester, MA. 01944 Busby, Daniel T. , 360 Main St. Everett, MA. 02149 Buscetto, Michael A. 108 So. Union St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Busteed, Barbara E. 16 Flintlock Rd. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Butrym, Suzanne E. RFD 1, Boston Rd. Sutton, Mass. Butterworth, James T. 3 Monument Hill Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Cadorette, Patricia E. 12 Burke St. Nashua, NH. 03060 Cafarella, Mark 36 Stetson St. Weymouth, MA. 02188 Cafarella, Paul T. 92 Arcand Dr. Lowell, MA. 01852 Cafcalas, Constantine Oinohs 82 Glyfada Athens, Greece Callan, Dennis M. 40 Beacon St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Callaway, Robert A. 707 Evesham Voorhees, NJ. 08043 Camody. Bruce 1148 E. Highland St. Allentown, PA. 18103 Campbell, Diane P. 95 Nashua Rd. N. Billerica, MA. 01862 Camuso, Peter J. 86 Robinwood Rd. Dedham, MA. 02026 Carbone, Robert V. 43 Salem St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Cardoso. Donna M. 2 Kingston St. Lawrence, MA, 01843 Carducci, James V. 229 Pearl St. Malden, MA. 02148 Carey. Richard A, 208 Farm St. Millis. MA. 02054 Carling, Gary E. 21 Ashland St. Nashua, NH. 03060 Carlson, Joel 376 Pleasant Lake Ave. HARWICH. MA, 02645 Carow, Cheryl L. 1 Jonathan Rd. Burlington, Mass. 01803 Carpenter, Mary P. 6 Carlton St. Peabody, MA. 01960 Carpinone, Richard J. 14 Currier St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Carr, Steven A. 57 Fremont St Lowell, MA. 01850 Carrigg, Brian G. 70 Willow St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Carrigg, Nancy M. 41 Stewart St Dracut, MA. 01826 Carson. Richard A. 400 Harvard Ave. Broomall, PA. 19008 Caruso, David A. 197 Prospect St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Casale, Daniel L. 19 Burdette St. Dracut, MA. 01825 Casali, Donna M. 16 Country Dr. Beverly, MA. 01915 Casciotti, Joseph P. 59 Highland Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01851 1 189 Casey, Marcia J. 31 Morse St. Natick. Mass. 01760 Casker. Douglas L. 105 Warren St. Fitchburg, Mass. 01420 Casper. George A. 46 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Castignetti, Joseph G. 17 E. Meadow Lane Lowell, MA. 01854 Castro. Donna M. 110 Delmont Ave. Apt. 11 Lowell, MA. 01852 Catalano. Norma S. 1253 River St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Catanese. Stephan J. RFD 2, Pepperell Rd. Groton. MA. 01450 Cavallaro, Nunzio M. 11 Pilgrim Rd. Lawrence. MA. 01843 Cawley, Patricia G. 26 Douglas Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Celorier Jr.. George M. 59 Westlake Rd. Natick. MA. 01760 Cerand, Stephen L. 14 Buckingham Dr.. RFD 2 Winooski. VT. 0540450 Chan. Edward Y. 148 Willard St. Lowell. MA. 01852 Chan. Kim-Ming 155 Salem St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Chan, Man Shan 2A Milford St. Boston. MA. 02118 Chan. Wai-Ming 42 Riverside St. Lowell. MA. 01854 Chandler. Ronald F. 78 Litchfield Ave Dracut. MA. 01826 Chandonnet. Marcel R. 97 Crawford St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Chaplin. Carolyn J. 27 Leland Rd. Westford. Mass 01886 Chapman, Daniel P. 70 Flatbush Ave. Hartford Ct. 06106 Chapman. Marie A. 4 Edmond St Bradford. MA 01830 Chapman, Stephen A 20 Highland St. Wakefield, MA 01880 CHBDSKI, David L 57 Windsor Ave Acton, MA 01720 Charron, Patricia A 24 Viola St Lowell. Mass 01851 Chase. David O 51 Angell St N Adams. MA 021-17 Chase. William P 8 Oban Dr Hudson. NH 03051 Chasse. Janice M. 1-1-1 ThiSSel St A-8 Dracut, MA 01826 Chiang. Rit 11 Emma Ave. 3 F Kowloon. Hong Kong Chibaro, Ronald J. 65 Brown St Weston. Mass 02193 Chiknas. Cary C 383 Kingsbury Ave. Haverhill. Mass 01830 Chin, Edward 11 Jones Ave Chelsea, MA. 02150 Ching, Henry S. 40 Surry Rd. Arlington, MA. 02174 Chisholm Stephen M 10 Mystic Ave. Gloucester. MA. 01930 Cl'llU. King-Wo T. 303 132845 Ave. SW. Calalberza, Canada Choudhry, Waseem A. 50 Linden St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Christian. Pamela A. 1555 Main St. Tewksbury. Mass. 01876 Christoph Jr., Frank A. 319 Washington Rd. W. Barrington. Rl. 02890 Ciroli. Stephen L. 15 Greystone Rd. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Clancy. William S. 67 Appleton St. Salem, MA. 01970 Clark, Glen A. Henry St. Uxbridge, MA. 01569 Clark. Jeffrey G. PO Box 2422 SPFLD, MA. 01101 Clark, Laurence 119 Ent. Road Bedford. MA. 01730 Clarkowski. Kevin 57 Winter St. Chelmsford. MA. 01824 Cobut, Thierry J. 79 Ch-Dewavre 1330 Rixensart, Belgium Coddington. John P. 4 Longwood Ave. Peabody. MA. 01960 Colarusso. Lisa A. 13 Charme Rd. Tewksbury. MA. 01876 Collins. Irene A. 1st Clare Rd. Dorchester. Mass. 02122 Comeau, Stephen L 23 ideal Ave. Chelmsford. MA. 01824 Condon. Kenneth D. 9 Melikian Dr. Wilbraham. MA. 01095 Conley. Daniel J. 187 Park St Stoneham. MA 02180 Conley. Michael J 18 Brooks Concord. MA. 01742 Connick. Thomas J. 7 Ladd Hill Fld. Lynn, MA0190-1 Connolly, Mary P. BOX 216-1 LTI Lowell. Mass 0185-1 Connolly. Stephen W. 22 Wagon Wheel Rd Sudbury. MA 01776 Connors. Michael 52 Garfield Ave Woburn. Mass 018-13 Connors. Richard T 65 Brightwood Ave N Andoxer. MA 01845 Connors. Thomas M 8 Jefferson St Lawrence. Mass Conroy. Kexin E 2 Vries Ate Lowell. Mass 01550 Contarino. Michael J 6 Erhardt Ter Methuen. MA 01844 COUWSX. David J 13 Johnson S1 Woburn. MA 01601 Conway. Mark P 87 Wentworth Ave Lowell. MA 01852 Cook. Robert J 34 Lebel Rd Lynn. MA 01904 Coombs. Richard A 20 Summit Ter Peabody. MA 01960 Cooney. Daxid J 515 Tvler St pllfS1lt'lC1 A14 Kuff' Cooper. David L. 153 Lincoln Rd. Sudbury, MA. 01776 Cooper, Randal T. 7 S. Bedford St. Burlington. MA. 01803 Corbin, Michael W. 44 Third Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Corcoran, Sandra H. 50 West Aldea St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Cormier, William H. 173 Oak Hill Rd. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Correa, Kevin 534 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Corte-Real, llidio 33 Independent St. N. Bedford, MA. 0274 Cossette Jr.. Leonard R. 65 Patterson Ave. Springfield, MA. 01119 Cote, Ronald F. 29 Essex St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Cote Ill, Peter B. 17 Fitch Rd. Clinton, MA. 01510 Cotter, Robert M. 68 Fifth St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Couture, Mark E. 108 Bellingham St. Revere, MA. 02151 Couture, Norma W. 165 Haverhill St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Coville, Leslie A. 4 Powderhouse Cir. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Craggy, Althea M, 93 Turgeon Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Crawford, Catherine J. 61 Marlborough St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Crawford, James A. 226 Woburn St. Medford, MA. 02155 Creegan Jr., Robert M. 406 Pawtucket St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Crescenzi. Anthony 4 Roger St. Milford, Mass. 01757 Crespo, Wayne R. Box 614 Orleans, MA. 02653 Cresta, Anthony 20 Valley St. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Cronin, Paul F. 11 Ruth St. Worcester, MA. 01602 Cropper, James F. 12 Dumerle St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Croteau, Paulette V. 28 Arnold St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Crowley, William T. 69 Melrose Ave. Needham, MA. 02192 Cullen, Brian R. 114 Fox St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Cullen, Patricia A. 224 Cross St. Winchester. Mass. 01890 Cunningham. Harold J. 7 Charme Rd. Billenca. MA. 01821 Cunningham, John P. 37 Inland St. Lowell. MA. 01851 Curran, James K. 4 Will Sawyer St. Peabody, Mass. 01960 Cushman, Denis A. 33 Lebanon St. WI nc heste r, MA. 01890 Daigle, Lise A. 109 Seventh Ave. Lowell, MA 01854 Daly, William F. 223 W. Manchester St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Dana, Gregory A. 18 Orchard Ln. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Dandurant, Raymond S. 21 Hanscom Ave. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Danforth, Thomas E. 83 Fiske Ave. Waltham, Mass. 02154 Dargento, Raymond F. 133 High St. Waltham, Mass. 02154 Darrah, Florence C. 80 Lakeview Terrace Waltham, MA. 02154 Dasilva, Michael E. 137 Briggs St. Taunton, Mass. 02780 Davidian Jr.. David B. 86 Beaver Brook Pkwy. Worcester, MA. 01603 Davis, Paul D. 31 Viscoloid Ave. Leominster, MA. 01453 Davis, Robert W. 4 Pinewood Rd. Acton, MA. 01720 Davis. Victoria J. 8 Newton St. Cambridge, MA. 02139 Davis, William C. 294 Old Westford Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Dawson, Richard N. 14 Waverly St. Stoneham, MA, 02180 Deblois Jr., George C. 17 Robert Dyer Cir. spfid, MA. 01109 Decoteau Jr.. Robert J. 50 S. Pine St. Bradford, MA. 01830 Deflumeri, Joseph A. 59 Acorn St. Malden, MA. 02148 Defosse, Stephen F. 54 Plummer Pk. Whitinsville, MA. 01588 Degennaro, Mark A. 583 Kendall Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Delaney, Maryann L. 78 Percy St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Delisle, Robert 35 Varney St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Demerjian Jr., Paul D. 6 Rose Glen Dr. Andover, MA. 01810 Demers. Anna V. 130 Seventh Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Demetriou. Elizabeth 7 Coolidge Ave. Westford, MA 01886 Denault. Gary P. Middle Rd. Clarksburg. MA. 01247 Dequattro, Debra M. 17 Lincoln Cr. Andover, Mass. 01810 Derderian, Scott K. 45 West Street Beverly Farms. MA. 01915 Descheneaux, Ernest J. 21 Beatrice Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Desmond, David J. 9 Carter St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Desrochers. Denise A. 32 Martin St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Desrosiers, Jeanine E. 131 Bunkerhill Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Diangelo, Robert L. 193 Green St. Weymouth, MA. 02191 Dick, Robert W. 11 Janice Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Dickerson, Cheryl A. 44 Wayland St. Dorchester, Mass. 02125 Diefendorf, Peter J. 337 Tyngsboro Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Diette, Audrey A. 533 Chelmsford St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Dike, David N. 349 Hildreth St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Dillon, Francis W. 75 A. Garfield Ave. Woburn, Mass. 01801 Dillon, Gregory M. 20 Orchard St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Diodato, Frank 114 Taylor St. Littleton, MA. 01460 Diperri. Stephen 64 Trenton St. E. Boston, Mass. 02128 Disilvestro. Norma C. 33 Stanley Rd. Methuen, MA. 01844 Divirgilio, Joseph R. 8 Francis St. N. Grafton, MA. 01536 Dizoglio, Dawn J. 5 Mt. Auburn St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Dobson, Eleanor C. 84 West Walnut Park Boston, Mass. 02119 Donaghey, Stephen T. 17 Tremont St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Donahue. Barry M. 54 Valley Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Donahue, Joseph W. 169 Casey Dr. Chicopee, MA. 01020 Donelan. Mark F. 100 Riverside Dr. Lowell, MA. 01854 Donlan, Peter A. 38 Charing Cross Rd. S. Dennis, MA. 02660 Donnell. Bruce R. 27 Cedar Brook Rd. Lynn, MA. 01904 Donofrio Jr., Anthony T. 25 Hyde St. Revere, MA. 02151 Donohue, Wayne A. 166 Gilbert St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Donovan, Michael P. 492 Pine St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Dooley, Kenneth J. 30 Milton Rd. Braintree, MA. 02185 Dorr, John H. 10406 Rambling Hill Ctupr. Marlboro, Md. 20870 Dorval, Roy L. 14 Mt. Washington St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Dougherty. Karen A, 768 Chandler St, Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Dowty, Scott M. 77 Ash St. Somerset, MA. 02726 Drossos, Peter G. 2 Park Dr. Burlington, MA. 01803 Dufault, Robert E. 347 Mass Ave. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Dugan, Richard A. 115 Carroll Pkwy. Lowell, MA. 01851 Dumas, Oliver J. 108 School St. Northbridge, MA. 01534 Duncan, Rebecca J. 91 Glenwood St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Dunn, Lawrence R. 47 Fairfax St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Dupont Jr.. Joseph H. 45 Madison St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Dupuis, Jean D. 32 Hampshire St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Dupuis, Leonard R. 61 Huron St. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Dupuy, Marie-Gladya 1335 Pawtucket Blvd. 11 Lowell, MA. 01854 Durand, Henry L. PO Box 1152 Westford, Mass. 01861 Durand, Nanette L. Rustic Lane Plaistow, NH 03865 Durkin, Gerald J. 653 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Durkin, Thomas J. 245 Lincoln St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Durkin, Jr., Walter B. 153 Winthrop Ave. Lowell, MA. 01851 Dusenbery, Sandra L. 763 Merrimack St. Lowell. Mass. 01854 Dzedulonis, Nancy A. 82 Smith St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Ecklund, Virginia P. 165 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Eichenlaub Jr., Richard L. 622 Antrim Rd. River Vale, NJ. 07675 Eideh, John A. 29 Exchange St. Lawrence. MA. 01841 Ellenbogen, Karla D. 330 Concord Ave. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Elliott, Robert T. 5 Broadmeadow Rd. Groton, MA, 01450 Ellis, Robert W. Box 33 So. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Enger, Denise 315 Humphrey St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Englert, John B. 6 Crassas St. Madison TWP., NJ. 08879 Enos, Geraldine K. 93 Marion St. Brookline. MA. 02146 Ensign. Donald R. 108 Van Horn St. W. Spfld, MA. 01089 Enzmann, Alexander R. 29 Adams St. Lexington, MA. 02173 Eriksson, John R. 11 Williams St. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Esmel. Donna M. 120 Blaisdell St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Evans, Barbara J. 88 Westview Rd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Ewing, Christopher Main St. Charlton. MA. 01507 Fahey, James M. 51 Elm Crest Rd. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Falardeau, Judith A. 70 Middlesex St. N. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Faranda, William E. 60 Lawrence St. Waltham, Mass. 02154 Farinoso, Francis S. 50 Hathaway Cir. Arlington, MA. 02174 Farley, John E. 147 Forest St. Norwell, MA. 02061 Farmelant, James A. 11 Doane Rd. Medford, MA. 02155 Farnum, Karen B. 166 Stevens St. A-8 Lowell, MA. 01851 Farquharson, Linda L. 149 Forest Ave. Hudson, Mass. 01749 Farren, Richard J. 55 Court St. Medford, MA. 02155 Faulkner, Elizabeth RFD 1, Davis Rd. Tyngsboro, Mass. 01879 Fawcett, Paul T. 82 Norcross St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Fazio, Robert C. 23 Burnham St. Somerville, MA. 02144 Fernandez, Jose A. 42 Springfield St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Ferris, Richard F. 129 Melbourne Ter. Waterbury Ct. 06710 Fezio, Louis J. 57 Pine Tree Rd. Stoughton, MA. 02072 Fiore, Dennis J. 22 Villa Ave. Everett, MA. 02149 Fisher, David W. 35 Parker Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Fitzgerald, Brian J. 10 Hanson Ridge Rd. Sanford, ME. 04073 Flaherty, Barbara L. 175 Draper St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Flaherty, Brian T. 25 Nelson St. Framingham, MA. 01701 Flemings, Charlene A. 10 Mill St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Fluet, Ronald G. 151 Byron Ave. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Flynn, Francis J. 21 Roberts St. Bellingham, MA. 02019 Flynn, Robert F, 59 Warwick St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Foley, William J. 4 Brand Ave. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Foley Jr., Robert E. 70 Marion St. Natick, MA. 01760 Follweiler, David C. 72 Buckingham Dr. Billerica, Mass. 01862 Foote, Richard C. 10 Benham St. Medford, MA. 02155 Fowler, Gary F. Hopkinton Rd. Upton, MA. 01568 Francis, Thomas K. 107 Edgewood Ct. Middlefield Ct. 06455 Francis Jr., Milton C. 9 Cider Mill Ln. Upton, MA. 01568 Franco, Charles C. 976 Robeson St. Fall River Mass. 02720 Frazier, Yvonne J. Box 443, Oak Dr. Provincetown, Mass. 02657 Freeland, Patricia A. 15 Windward Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Freeman, Henry D. 153 Mill Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Fritz, Robert W. 20 Revere Ave. Lynn, MA. 01905 Fritz Jr., Richard H. 2 Bisbee Rd. Saugus, MA. 01906 Fronczek, Jeffrey 37 Arlington St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Fuller, Douglas D. 147 Russell St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Fuller, Marlellen 184 Main St. E. Orleans, MA. 02643 Fuller, Teresa A. 15 Lorraine Ave. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Funaro, Ralph E. 393 Westford St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 fx Gagnon, Joseph A. 16 Birch St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Gagnon, Michael G. 15 Chatham Rd. Chelmsford, MA, 01824 Gagnon, Suzanne M. 20 St. Paul St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Gaitanis, Paul M. 53 Marshall Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Gallagher, Susan R. 21 Frothingham St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Galusha, David M. 61 Carlisle St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Galvin, James J. 12 Sachem Rd. Woburn, Mass. 01801 Gangi, Robert M. 181 Ferry St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Gannon, Joan F. 16 Sunset Ave. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Gannon, John F. 16 Sunset Ave. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Garabedian, George R. llford Rd. Billerica, MA. 01862 Garabedian, Patricia A. 8 Myles Standish Dr. Bradford, MA. 01830 Garber, Bruce S. 204 Ward St. Newton Centre, MA. 02159 Garcia De Parerogelio Apartado 637 Panama 1, Panama Gardner. Mark l. 54 Gray Rd. Andover, MA. 01810 Gardner, Richard C. 25 Bailey St. Lawrence. Mass. 01843 Garibotto, Lynne M. 295 Barretts Mill Rd. Concord, MA. 01742 Garson, David M. Labranche C6 Bdf Vill Bedford, MA. 01730 Gaudet, Robert P. 27 Easton St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Gaudette, Robert D. 2084 Lakeview Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Gayzagian, Lisa 60 Thomas Dr. Chelmsford. MA. 01824 Geanacopoulos, Christophe 56 Second Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Gee, Allen 11112 Union Park St. Boston, MA. 02118 Gelineau, Wayne R. 719 Princeton Blvd. 16 Lowell, MA. 01850 Gendron. Brian G. 16 Lundberg St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Gendron. Christine E. 17 A St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Genfrazio. Russell J. 13 Brown St. Billerica, MA. 01821 Geoffroy, Robert O. 422 Riverside St. Lowell. MA. 01854 George. Jeanne P. 61 Marblehead St. N. Reading. MA. 01864 George, Wayne A. RFD 3 Nashua. NH. 03060 Getachew, Gebre M. Box 2236 U. of Lowell Lowell, MA. 01854 Ghilonl, Peter M. 23 St. Clement Rd. Medford. MA, 02144 Grantonio, Ronald J 84 So. Bowdoin St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Giavis, Dimitri J. 32 Circle Rd Lowell, MA. 01852 Gibbons. Michael G. 7 Fair St. Cold Spring, NY. 10516 Gibson. Helen M. 264 Bouchard Ave Dracut. MA 01826 Grlbride, Robert J 31 St James St Lowell. MA 01852 Gill, William P. 138 View St. Dracut, MA 01826 Grllan, Elaine A. 399 Walker Sl Lowell. MA 01851 Gillette. Robert F 4 Hazelwood Ave. Dracut. Mass 01826 Gingras. Robert K. 17 Shore Rd Gardner, MA 01-140 Giovannrni, Francis J 25 Hermon Ter Newton. MA 02158 Girard, Katherine J 170 Fletcher Circle Chicopee. Mass Giurleo, Ellen M 259 Ridge St Arlington. Mass.0217-1 Glinski, Stephen C 109 Goodale St. Peabody, MA 01960 Glover, Nancy F. 60 Robbins Rd Arlington, MA 0217-1 Glover, Thomas G 33 Buttaro Rd. Woburn. Mass 01801 Godbout, William J 67 Salem St Apt 2 Lowell, Mass 0185-1 GOQLlGl1.VVlllldl11D 39 N Brllerica Rd Lowell, MA 01852 f Golden David E. 28 Francis Drive Apr. 2 Randolph Mass. 02368 Golden. Karen M. 346 Ames St. Lawrence, Mass. 016-1 Golembeski Jr. Albert W 10 Red Root Lane Milford Ct. 06460 Goodrich, Gregg S. 228 Elm Street Amesbury, MA. 01913 Goodwin. Allen R. 50 Alma St. A-1 Lowell, MA. 01854 Goodwin. Scott D. 23 Park Ave. Walpole, MA. 02081 Gordon, Douglas R. Farwell Rd. 1 Tyngsboro. MA. 01879 Gordon, Edward C. 156 Luce St. Lowell. MA. 01852 Gordon. Kevin D. 3 Melody Lane Pelham. NH. 03076 Gordon, Maryann E. 156 Luce St. Lowell, Mass. 01822 Govoni, Kevin C. 44 Puritan Rd. Bourne. MA. 02532 Grady, John R. 23 King St. Palmer, MA. 01069 Grassrck, Daryl H. 9 Walker Lane W. Hartford Ct. 06117 Gray. Eileen M. 442 Lowell St. Andover, Mass. 01810 Green lll. John J 67 Eunice Circle Wakefield, MA. 01880 Gregg. Marc B 3 Gelding Rd Chelmsford. MA 01824 Gregoire. Paul J 121 Hurley Ave Dracut. Mass 01826 Griffin. Colleen A 11 COVBI St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Griffith. Robert C 18 Homer St Norwalk Ct 06851 Grimaldi. Dean G 406 Pawtucket St Lowell. MA 01854 Grimley. Denise E 152 Berkeley St Lawrence. MA 016-11 Groblewski. Jarrard T -13 Christy Ave. Dracut. Mass 01625 Gross. Kenneth E -152-B E Merrimack St Lowell, MA 01652 Gross. Paul R 2 Park St Mrddleboro. Mass 023 Guarino. Frank T 20 Old Mystic St -16 Arlington. Mass 0217-1 Guastella. Deborah 49 Fairmont Sl Belmont. Mass 02175 Guerra. Daxrd W 10 Emerson Dr Littleton. MA 01-160 Guerrera. Joyce M 26 Cuba St Andoxer. MA 01810 Guertrn, James M Wheeler Rd Marstons Mills. MA 026-IS Guggenl1erm,Gisela J 12 Jefferson Lane Andover. MA 01810 Gugliotta. Peter -SS Prospect St Norwood M-X 02062 Gtillnlel. Robert XX 47 Harold St. No. Andover, Mass. 01845 Guinee, Paul F. 21 Aborn Peabody, MA. 01960 Guinee, Timothy J. 21 Aborn St. Peabody, MA. 01960 Gunn, Alan E. 2762 Falcon Courts East McGuire AFB, NJ. 08641 Haberman, Jeannine M. 15 Long Meadow Rd. Westford, MA. 01886 Haddad, Fadi N. 463 Merrimack St. A-37 Lowell, Mass. 01852 Hadjidakis, Angelo S. Box 800 Lti Lowell, MA. 01854 Hadley, David S. Merrimack Plz. Apt. B 410 Lowell, MA. 01852 Haijar, Karen M, 17 Birch Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Haley lll, William F. 2 Essex Dr. Hudson, MA. 01749 Hall, Alfred N. 101 Third St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Ham, Holly R. 20 Fernwood Ave. Bradford, Mass. 01830 Hamel, Melanie A. 90 Farnham St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Hamourgas, Nikolaos 60 Fourth Av. Lowell, MA. 01854 Hanania, Suheil H. 193 Pawtuket St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Hanif, Abdul 11 Oak St. Andover, MA. 01810 Hanley, Jonathan P. 37 Westview Terr. Easthampton, MA. 01027 Hanley, William G. 10 Roland Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Hanlon, Melanie A. 152 Somerset Ave. Winthrop, Mass. 02152 Hanrahan, Edward M. 20 Jersey Dr. Worcester, MA, 01606 Hanson, Karen B. 146 Arbor Rd. Lunenburg, Mass. 01462 Hanson, Thomas W. 21 Kings Mt. Dr. W. Boylston, MA. 01583 Hargreaves, Mark R. 225 Hampshire St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Harris, Charles G. 43 Field St. Ext. Dalton, MA. 01226 Harris, John J. 18 Hosmer St. Oakdale, MA. 01539 Harris Jr., William C. 1208 N. High St. Franklin, Va. 23851 Harrison, Peter J. 5 Latch Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Hartigan. Michael W. 28 Harnden Rd Billeriifa, Mass 01821 Hartman, William G. 481 Main St Acton, MA 01720 Harty. Alice E. 44 Elm St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Hayes, Sheila E. 15 Dunster Rd. Bedford, Mass. 01730 Hayward, Laurie A. 285 Summer Ave. Reading, Mass. 01867 Heald, John A. 3 Sumner St. Burlington, MA. 01803 Healy, Kathleen T. 64 Salem St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Healy, Kenneth T. 73 Lancaster Rd. Dedham, MA. 02026 Hecht, Randall P. 30 Little Tree Ln. Framingham, MA. 01701 Hedman, Donald R. 94 Pleasant View St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Heidenrich. John G. 444 No. Billerica Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Hellmuth, William N. 277 Jenness St. Lynn, MA. 01904 Hemeon, Mary E. 70 Baker Ave. Lexington, MA. 02173 Hendricks, Cinderella 720 Huron Ave. Cambridge. MA Herbert, Susan R. Sherburne Ave. Apt. 16D Tyngsboro, MA. 01879 Herman, Nancy D, 3 Dana St. Revere, Mass. 02151 Hickey, Ann E. 39 Ponderosa Ave. Methuen. MA. 01844 Hill, Linda P. 435 Trafton Rd. Springfield, MA. 01108 Hillman, Penelope A. 10 lndependence Rd. Acton, Mass. 01720 Hillner, Mark W. 121 N. Lowell St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Ho, Hung-Fai 622.5i'F Block 4 Tak Rdngau Tau Kok, Hongkong Hoang, Phuong Q. PO Box 2823 Lti Lowell, MA. 01854 Hoegen, William J. 6 Messer Ave. Salem, NH 03079 Hogan, Donna L. 710 Stevens St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Holden, Linda L 1299 Shawsheen St. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Holland, Deborah A. 490 Haverhill St. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Holmes, Lawrence A. 33 Belmont St Weymouth, Mass. 02188 Holmstrom, Carl R. 55 Congress St. Amesbury, MA. 01913 Hooley, Mary E. 325 Lowell St. Wakefield, Mass. 01880 Horan, David C. 125 Hammond St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Houghton, William W. OX Pasture Rd. Manchester, MA. 01944 Howard, AllCe L. 806 Merrimack St Lowell. MA. 01852 Hunt, Myles G. 620 Merrill Ln. A-16 Dracut, MA. 01826 Hyson Ill, Earl W. 25 Leland Ave. Northboro, MA. 01532 ladarola, Mark L. 82 Highland St. Milford. MA. 01757 Jackson, Robert H. 29 Stevens St. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Jacobsen, Robert M. 3 Prospect Parkway Auburn, MA. 01501 Jafferji, Gulamabbas 63 Varnum Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Jafferji, Kalimuddin S. 63 Varnum Ave, Lowell, MA. 01854 James, Kathleen P. 8 Hog Hill Rd. Peabody, Mass. 01960 Janikas, John J. 72 Euclid St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Jean, Steven V. 412 Forest St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Jeffrey, Michael C. 372 Franklin Rd. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Jenkins, Patricia L. 25 Delano Park Roslindale, Mass. 02131 Jenkins. Richard G. 73 Bradford Rd. Braintree, MA. 02185 Johnson, Donna F. 82 Boylston Lane A-25 Lowell, MA. 01852 Johnson, Eric D. 21 Adams Rd. Ashland, MA. 01721 Johnson, Paul M. 94 University Ave. A-6 Lowell. Mass. 01854 Johnson, Randy L. 53 Maple St. Topsfield. MA. 01983 Johnson, Robert A. 27 Burt Road Wilmington, MA. 01887 Johnson. Steven F. No. Main St. Groton, MA. 01450 Jones. Rebecca G. 27 Treble Cove Rd. No. Billerica, Mass. 01862 Jones, Richard B. 401 Washington St. Melrose, MA. 02176 Joseph, Robert A. 39 Cedar Hill Rd. Ashland, MA. 01721 Josselyn, Lois 11 Webber St Medford, Mass. 02155 Joyce, Margaret M. 102 Lexington St. Burlington, Mass. 01803 Jubert, Ina D. 13 Norton St. Nashua, NH. 03060 Judge. Brian J. 69 Nesmith St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Juhola. Susan 23 Perham St. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 K Kade, John F. 573 South St. Roslindale, MA. 02131 Kafasis, James 141 Mt. Vernon St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Kanellas, Nancy E. 440 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Karahalios, Paraschos A. Porter Lowell, MA. 01852 Karamanolis, Panagiotis K. 489 Broadway St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Karcasinas, Theodore P. 39 North Ave. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Karcz, Ronald W. 436 Hampshire St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Kataisto, Jon Box 2 Worcester Rd. Hubbardston, MA. 01452 Kaufman, Arthur 466 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Kaufman, Jorge F. 7 Baron Park Ln. Burlington, MA. 01803 Kazanjian, Mark 580 Prospect St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Keane, David A. 118 Walker St. Lowell, Mass. Kearns, Karen J. 64 Livingston Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Keating, David M. 173 Atherton Ave. spfid. MA. 01104 Keddie, Robert W. 42 Central St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Keegan, Michael R. 64 Charles Diersch St. E. Weymouth. MA. 02189 Kelley. Charles A. Main St. Dunstable, Mass. 01827 Kelly. James J, 268 Viscoloid Ave. Leominster, MA. 01453 kelly, Kimberly 163 Luce St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Kennedy, Francis D. 171 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Kennedy, James W. 2 Cuba St. Andover, MA. 01810 Kenny, Maureen 17 Holland Rd. Melrose, Mass. 02176 Keon, Sheila P, 780 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Keon Jr., Edward F. 780 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Keratsopoulos, Athena 11 Willie St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Kerry, Paul J. 25 Tower Hill St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 King, Paul S. 115 Edgewood St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Kirby, Peter R. 244 Boston Post Rd. Sudbury, MA. 01776 Kitchen, Stephen M. 3 Sharon Ave. Bellingham, MA. 02019 Kittle, John G. 1563 Paule Ave. Manchester. NH. 03104 Kivlan, Carol A. 123 Dalton Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Kleponis, Richard J. 56 Wescroft Rd. Reading, Mass. 01867 Klrgerman. Deborah M. 258 Elm St. Amesbury, Mass. 01913 Kloczkowski, Daniel H. North Cove Rd. Sterling Jct., MA. 01565 Knepp, Brian M. 24 Foster Dr. Framingham, MA. 01701 Knickle, Donald M. 1 Putnam Rd. Bedford, Mass. 01730 Koffman, Susan H. 9 Punchard Ave. Andover, MA. 01810 Kohler, Karen M. 23 West St. Wilmington. Mass. 01887 Kokinos, George L. 254 Parkview Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Konovalchick, John 1608 Westfield St. W. Springfield, MA. 01089 Kosidlo, Stanley P. 362 Arlington St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Koulas, Linda A. 95 Pine Hill Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Koumantzelis, John G. 56 Arlington St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Koumpouras, Lynne 217 Cross St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Kozlowski, Henry A. 2 Travis St. Worcester, MA. 01604 Krenmayer, Richard R. 41 Winfield St. E. Freetown, MA. 02717 Kyrka, John M. 20 Second St. Natick, MA. 01760 Labianca, Lewis A. Honey Lane Miller Place, NY. 11764 Labranche, Kel E. 210 River Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Lachut, Jayson J. 16 Burt Ave. E. Longmeadow, MA. 01028 Lacoste, Richard 38 Balfour Dr. Spfld, MA. 01118 Lagasse, Charles 44 Ledge Rd. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Lahme, Brenda M. Cold Spring Rd. Westford, Mass. 01886 Lake, Paul J. 70 Birch St. Braintree, MA. 02185 Lakso, Peggy B. 38 Pratt Rd. Fitchburg, Mass. 01420 Lamagna, David J. 165 Summer St. Andover, MA. 01810 Lambert, Randall D. 66 School St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Lamport, Edwin K. Proctor Rd. Townsend, Mass. 01469 Lancaster Jr., Cecil O. 514 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Landers, Peter J. 156 South St. Cresskill, NJ. 07626 Landers, Susan M. 873 Stevens St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Landry, David 383 Westford Sl. Lowell, MA. 01851 Languirand, Michael T. 7 Piedmont St. Salem, MA. 01970 Lapierre, Robert J. 39 Highland Ave. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Lapointe, Nancy E. 320 Beacon St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Lapointe, Roger L. 8 Hancock St. Salem, MA. 01970 Larason, Jeffrey K. 172 Liberty St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Larkin Jr., John F. 50 Salem St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Laroche, David J. 5 Weir Rd. Waltham, MA. 02154 Larose, Cynthia J. 3 Bailey Terr. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Larsen, David B. 70 Nashua St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Larsson, Carl P. 83 Sylvan Rd. Uxbridge, MA. 01569 Lasell, Donald M. 12 Hargrace Dr. Randolph, VT. 05060 Lau, Hon-Keung 148 Camp St. Fl80 Kowloon Hong Kong Lau, Yiu-Kuen M. 849 Sweetser Ave. Novato, CA. 94947 Lauria, Richard A. 30 Clayton St. Malden, MA. 02148 Laurin, Jill C. 17 Bishop St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Lawrence, James P. 260 Whittier Rd. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Lawrence, Patricia A. 58 Bowden St. Lowell, Mass 01852 Lawrie, carol A. 22 Oregon Ave. Lawrence, Mass. 01841 Lawson, Thomas H. 2070 Main St. Athol, MA. 01331 Leach, Edward J. 15 Michael Dr. Pittsfield, Mass. 01201 Leak, John F. 19 Lincoln St. Arlington, MA. 02174 Leary, Julie A. 27 Methuen St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Leboeuf, Ronald S. 243 Mt. Vernon St Lawrence, MA. 01843 Leczynski, Pamela M. 439A Parker Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Lee, Gary M. 28 High St. Norwood, MA. 02062 Lee, Thomas W. 113 William St. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Letavour, Thomas W. 1301 Middlesex Sl. A-1 Lowell, MA. 01851 Lefrancois, Donald R. Woodstock Ave. RD 2 Rutland, Vt. 05701 Legendre Jr., Allen L. 119 Barnard Rd Worcester, ma. 01605 Lellos. T Peter P. 121 Cross St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Lemar, Joseph 43 Nesmith St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Leo, Donna M. 4 Cathy Rd. Burlington, Mass. 01803 Lesage, Pauline M. 287 Pleasant St. Marlboro, MA. 01752 Lespasio, John M. 10 Fieldstone Dr. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Lessard, Cynthia A. Lakeview Ave. Tyngsboro, Mass. 01879 Lessard, Vickie R. 106 Beacon St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Leung, Richard K. 242 Yu Chan St. F.'C6.'F Hong Kong Levasseur, Mary J. 348 Stackpole St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Levesque, Edmond R. 60 Strathmore Rd. Methuen. MA. 01844 Lewinski, Walter M. 55 Depot St. Bellingham, MA. 02019 Lewis, Edward S. 18 Belmont St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Lewis. Henry A. Box 2385-U of Lowell Lowell, MA. 01854 Lewis, Stephen C. 15 Andrea St. Littleton, MA. 01460 Li, Kin S. 572A French St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Liakos, Joyce 456 Fletcher St. Lowell. Mass. 01854 Liberty, Richard J. 21 Merriam St, Auburn, Mass. 01501 Litfers. Mark L. Crooked River Rd. Wareham, MA 02571 Limperis. James 1133 Lakeview Ave Dracut, MA. 01826 Lindgren. Nancy J 7-U2 Oak Sl Mlddleboro. MA 023-16 Linhart, Lenora M 84 Boutelle St Fitchburg, MA 01420 Linnehan, James F 45 Clark Rd Lowell, MA 01851 Linnehan. John J 58 River Rd Tewksbury, MA 01876 Littlefield, Robert W 6 Fernald St Lowell, MA 01851 Livingston, Joseph C 1345 Pawtucket Blvd Lowell, MA 01854 Lonergan. Leslie P 5 Miner St Somerville. Mass 021-1-1 Lord, Glen A 36 Sparkill Sl Waltham. MA 02154 Lorrain, Marc A 3 Tadmuck Rd Chelmsford. MA 01824 Low, David J. 57 Jackson St Lawrence. MA 01841 Lozier, John A. 20 Rogers Ave Lynn, MA. 01902 Lucas. Geraldine A. 5 Shepard St Westfield. Mass 01085 Lucas, Patricia D 9 Beaconsfield St Lawrence, Mass 018-13 Lucev. Willard J 9 Chester Ave Woburn, MA 01801 Lukitscli, Charlotte A RFD 3. Henry Dr Hudson. Ni-l. 03051 Lumc Sandra J. 895 Riverside Dr. Methuen Mass. 01644 Luther. Stephen M 11 Craven Tenace Derry. Ni-i 03038 l ll KD ULU MacDonald. Dorreen L. 399 Walker St. A-30 Lowell, MA. 01851 MacDonald. Judy F. 119 Leicester St. No. Brllerica, Mass. 01862 Machado. M. Margarida 1049 Gorham St. Lowell. Mass. 01852 Macintosh, David S. 22 W. Main St. Hopkinton. MA. 01748 MacKay. Peter A. Schofield Ave. Dudley. MA. 01570 Magarian, James K. Long Pond Rd. Tyngsboro. Mass 01879 Maher, Michael J. 9212th St. Lowell. MA 01850 Mahoney. Paul J. 14 Gaywood Cricle Methuen. Mass. 01844 Mailman, George A. 71 Edgewood Ave Longmeadow, MA. 01106 Matcher. Mark P Bryant Rd Holden, MA 01522 Makiei. Walter J 27 Common Axe Lowell. Mass. 01854 Maloney. Michael T 605 Boston Axe Medford. MA 02155 Malouf, Richard A 31 Clev Rci ' Ellis Needham. MA. 02192 Man, Manfred P. 50 Bayard St A--IR New York. NY 10013 Mangsen Jr.. Everett 30 Wilkinston St Worcester. MA. 01606 Mann. Susan M 3 Cortland Dr Chelmsford, MA 0152-1 Manning. John J .11 Rowe St Milton, MA 02186 Marceau, Robert R 307 South St Foxboro. MA 02035 Marchand Mark J 5 West 5th Ave Lowell, MA 0185-1 Marcouillier. Jeanne ,I 338 Varnum Axe Lowell Mass 0185-1 Margiotta, Peter A 51 Clark Place Poitchester. NN 015'5 Marinair, Gerard J 1124 Thrush Ln Audubon, PA 19405 Nlarkiesxicz. Marx T 50 Fulton St Lowell. Mass 01550 Marotta Bruce A 63 lxaren Rd l-lanoxer. MA 02339 Marquis David M -13 Madison St Amesburx, MA 0191.1 Martancik Daxicl J 1460 N Colony Rei Merit1en.CT 06450 Marlin. James R 10 SpringRt1 Arlington MA 0.'1' Martin, John K. 12 Valley Rd. Lexington, MA. 02173 Martorie, Patrick J. 48 Brantwood Rd. Arlington, MA. 02174 Mason, Brian P. Conti Ave. E. Templeton, MA. 01438 Mathieu, Gerard R. 263 Hildreth St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Matras, Myron G. 162 Vinton St. Manchester, NH 03103 Matsikis, Elaine 40 Cotting Ave. Marlboro, Mass. 01752 Marys, Richard J. 105 Sterling St. Worcester, ma. 01610 Maus, Paul E. 115 Captain Chase Rd. So. Yarmouth, MA. 02664 May, Gordon R. 95 Rock Glen Rd. Medford, ma. 02155 Mazzotta, Ronald J. 7 Walsh Ave. Stoneham, MA. 02180 McCarthy, Brian F. 7 Lakeside Circle Andover, Mass. 01810 McCarthy, James A. 138 Tyngsboro Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 McCarthy, Kevin H. 483 Nashua Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 McCarthy, Timothy M. 72 Rossiter Ave. Yonkers, NY. 10701 McCormack, Mildred F. 3 Conlon Terrace Lowell, MA. 01854 McCormick, Edward H. 3 Phyllis Dr. Billerica, MA. 01821 McCullough, Jerome T. 61 Eunice Circle Wakefield, Mass. 01880 McCullough Ill, William F. 27 Glenellen Rd. Worcester, MA. 01602 McCusker, James 31 Drexel Dr. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 McDonald Jr., John A. Robin Rd. W. Newbury, MA. 02985 McDonough, Mary L. 19 Kendall St. Winchester, Mass. 01890 McDowell, Diane L. 109 Cold Spring Rd. Westford, Mass. 01886 Mclsaac, Michael F. 6 Morin Dr. Bellingham, MA. 02019 McKay Jr., William 7 Hawthorne Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 McKechnie, Matthew D. 19 Broadway Lynn, MA. 01904 McKenzie, Jeannette A. 140 Hampstead St, Methuen, MA. 01844 McLaughlin, Maureen M. 40 Pine Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 McMahon, Elaine A. 184 Parkview Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 McMahon, Susan L. 6 Patriot Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 McNamara, Barry M. 582 Westford St. Lowell, MA. 01851 McNamara, Gail 312 Old Marsh Hill Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 McNamara, Robert C. 12 Birch St. Clinton, MA. 01510 McNeal, Richard T. 25 Homer St. Newport, RI. 02840 McOsker, Frederick J. 509 E. Merrimack St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 McPhillips, Susan J. 105 Hayes Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 McQueen, Bruce M. 21A Colonial Ave. Lynn, rviA. 01904 McSweeney, Joseph P. 9 George Ave. Woburn, MA. 01801 A A McVicker, Katherine 11 Chestnut St. Wilmington, Mas. 01887 Meagher, Margaret M. 7 Ravenwood Rd. Peabody, MA. 01960 MedorJr,, Kenneth R. 6 Louis Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Meehan, Frederick E. 143 Sycamore St. Holbrook. MA. 02343 Meehan, Mary C. 35 Horse Shoe Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Meisner, Mary D. 6 Karen Lane Salem, NH. 03079 Mendonsa. Anthony M. Westford Rd. Tyngsboro, Mass. 01879 Mentus, Janet L. 34 Haverhill St. No. Reading, Mass. 01864 Merchant, John P. 22 Cranberry Dr. Holyoke, MA. 01040 Mersereau, David A. 5 Stanton St. Wayland, MA 01778 Mesiti, Theresa A. 137 Oakland Ave. Methuen. Mass. 01844 Messina, Kathy M. 90 Thornton Ave. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Messina, Michael E. 22 Mystic Ave. Lynn, MA. 01904 Metropolis, Stephen G. 31 Paul Ave. Peabody, MA. 01960 Meuse, Joseph H. 71 Greenwood Ave. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Miguel, Diane M. 494 Gorham St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Miller, Gerard M. 16 Briarheath Englishtown, NJ. 07726 Minard, Patricia A. 4 Cayuga Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Miron, Michele R. 4 Howard Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Misuraca, Samuel P. 37 Taylor St. Gloucester, MA. 01930 Mohan, Michael F. 294 west St. Hyde Park, MA. 02136 Molloy, Kathleen E. 1243 Middlesex St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Monette, Anne M. 15 Bonnie Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Monk, David W. 14 Paulson Dr. Burlington, MA. 01803 Moody, David A. 3 Eleanor Rd. Walpole, MA. 02081 Mooney, Brian T. 41 Glenridge Dr. i 194 Bedford, MA. 01730 Moore, John B. 76 Morgan St. Melrose, MA. 02176 Moosey, John C. 212 Grafton St. Shrewsbury, MA. 01545 Moran, Alice D. 55 Puffer St. Lowell, Mass. Moran, John T. 481 Stevens St. N. Andover, MA. 01844 Morgan Jr., Robert F. 12 Hickory Ln. Burlington, MA. 01803 Morgida Jr., Joseph V. 565 Boston Rd. Billerica, MA. 01821 Morin, Lawrence J. 88 Butters Row Wilmington, MA. 01887 Morisseau, Brian T. 22 Tenth Ave. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Morissette, Garry G. 1 Presidential Lane Methuen, MA. 01844 Morris, Jerrold K. 93 London St Lowell, Mass. 01854 Morrissey, Arthur M. 4 Wildwood Rd. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Morse, Mark A. 103 Butternut La. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Mosca, Brian M. 324 Great Rd. Maynard, MA. 01754 Moschella, Anne M, 11 White Ave, Wakefield, Mass. 01880 Mousley, Deborah M. 105 Starr Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Mowatt, Allen S. 55 High St. Plainville, MA, 02762 Moynihan, Daniel F. 424 Princeton Blvd. Lowell. MA. 01851 Moynihan Jr.. Robert D. 8 Eleventh Ave. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Mozykowski, Karen G. 833 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Mulligan, James W. 28 Wentworth Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Mullin, Colleen l. 210 Bouchard Ave. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Mullin, Robert J. 3 Pleasant St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Munger. Lee L. 138 Pelham St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Murphy, John E. 14th Ave. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Murphy, Kevan G. 25 Hammond St. Waltham, Mass. 02154 Murphy, Robert H. 23 Eldorado Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Murphy, Sheila A. 6 Birch St. Burlington, Mass. 01803 Murphy Jr., John F. 83 Richview Ave. S. Hadley, MA. 01075 Murray, Carolyn E. 61 Shea St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Musso, Michael B. Big Hallow Rd. Grahamsville, NY. 12740 Nagle, John J. 16 Gardner Ave. Woburn, MA. 01801 Nathan, Jeffrey A. 627 Wingate Dr. E. Meadow, NY. 11554 Neild, Sheryl L. 25 Aberdeen Rd. No. Chelmsford, Mass. 01823 Nelson, Paula 70 Great Hill Dr. N. Weymouth, MA. 02191 Nelson, William K. 41 Gale St. Waltham, MA, 02154 Ness, Michael K. 17 Bruce St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Nesse, Doris A. 16 Manahan Street Lowell, Mass. 01851 Newfell, Timothy A. 18 Billerica Ave. No. Billerica, Mass. 01862 Nicholson, Lester P. 270 Salem Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Nickles, Patricia A. 28 Fleming St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Niejadlik, Thomas P. 795 Stevens St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Nigro Jr., Arthur R. 77 Sturges Rd. Reading, MA. 01867 Nolan, Kathleen M. 1394 Mammoth Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Nollet, Michael C. 347 River Rd, Andover, MA, 01810 Noonan, Ken M. 16 Lombard St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Noonan Ill, James M. 245 Main St. Spencer, MA. 01562 Noran, John S. 152 Varnum Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Novack, Raymond J. 11 Medford Terr. Malden, Mass. 02148 Nowak, Donald P. Mt. Pleasant Ave. Jefferson, MA. 01522 Nunnery, William J. 694 Chelmsford St. Lowell, MA. 01851 QD Oakes, Marguerite A. PO Box 202 Gloucester, Mass. 01930 Obrien, Jeffrey J. 74 Domingo St. Somerset, MA. 02726 Obrien, Michael J. 188 Remington St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Obrien Ill, William J. 36 Plummer Ave. Lowell, Mass. Oconnell, Denise 30 Mifflin Dr. No. Andover, Mass. 01845 Oakes, Marguerite A. PO Box 202 Gloucester. Mass. 01930 O'Brien, Jeffrey J. 74 Domingo St. Somerset, MA. 02726 O'Brien, Michael J. 188 Remington St. Lowell, MA. 01852 O'Brien Ill, William J. 36 Plummber Ave. Lowell, Mass. O'Connell, Denise 30 Mifflin Dr. No. Andover, Mass. 01845 O'Connell, Kathleen M. 196 South Rd. Bedford, MA. 01730 O'Connell, William P. 28 Kendall St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 O'Connor, Thomas C. 48 Amherst St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 O'Connor, Thomas M. 19 Estey St. Malden, MA. 02148 O'Donnell, Paul F. 3 Balgreen Dr. W. Peabody, MA. 01960 Ogar. George W. 31 Appleton Rd. Wakefield, MA. 01880 O'Hearn, Marion E. 92 Norcross St. Lowell, MA. 01851 O'Keefe, Janice A. 318 Pawtucket St. A-102 Lowell, Mass. 01851 Oliver, Edward G. 85 Butman Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Oliviere, Thomas E. 42 Linnea Ave. Brockton, MA. 02401 Olson, Paul I. 57 Chestnut St. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Olson, Robert V. 168 Maynard St. Feeding Hills, MA. 01030 O'Neil, Maribeth 4 Myrtle Ave. Nabnasset, MA. 01861 O'Neill, John P. 139 Andrews St. Lowell, MA. 01852 O'Reilly Jr., Charles L. 16 Cleveland Ave. Woburn, MA. 01801 Osekre-Koney, Chris 68A Millbury Ave. Millbury, MA. 01527 Ott, Maureen M. 20 Bradford Rd. Winchester, MA. 01890 Ottaviani, Cheryl A. 26 Trumbull Ave. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Ouellette, Michelle M. 707 Hildreth St. Dracut, Mass, 01826 Page, Linda S. 145 Po Square B-501 Lowell, MA, 01852 Pagones, Carol J. 232 Old Marsh Hill Rd, Dracut, Mass. 01826 Palermo, Joseph R. 26 Arlington St, Everett, MA. 02149 Palladino, William C. 116 MacArthur Rd. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Palmeri, Mario N. 12 Old Billerica Rd. Bedford, MA. 01730 Panas, Peter S. 67 Prospect St. Newburyport, MA. 01950 Pane, Joseph A. 7 East Haverhill St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Papa, Frank J. 57 Gore St. Cambridge, MA. 02141 Papoullas, Soterios A. 11 Zissimopoulou . Phyhiathens, Greece Paquin, Pauline M. 43 Spring Ave. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Pare, Laurie E. 7 Burnham Rd. Andover, Mass. 01810 Parker, John P. 10 South Green St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Parlee, Robert M. 342 Conant Rd. Weston, MA. 02193 Parris, Sandra C. 47 Rossetler St. Dorchester, Mass. 02121 Passanisi, John A. 29 Bailey Rd. Somerville, MA. 02145 Patrick, Neil T. 116 Endicott St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Payson, Marshall E. 25 College Rd. Burlington, MA. 01803 Pearson Jr., Arthur W. 29 Beech St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Pedrotti, David J. 25 Hubbard Ave. Pittsfield, MA. 01201 Pehl Jr., John S. 51 Naples Rd. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Pelletier. Bruce J. 226 Salem St. Lawrence, Mass. 01843 Pelletier, George L. 57 Nursery St. Spfld, MA. 01104 Pelletier, Michael A. 91 Marlborough Rd. Salem, MA. 01970 Pelletier, Thomas J. 10 Pilgrim Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Pepin, Jerome A. 136 Colburn Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Perkins Jr., John G. 178 North St. Leominster, MA. 01453 Perri, Peter F. Maple Ave. Atkinson, NH 03811 Perron, Anita P. 974 Middlesex St, Lowell, Mass. 01851 Perry, Glen B. 274 Rangeway Rd, Billerica, MA. 01862 Peters, Daniel G. Box 2836, U. of Lowell Lowell, MA. 01854 Petto, David M. 113 Central St. Stoneham, MA. 02180 Philbrook, Kimberley L. 42 Eastern Ave. Gloucester, MA. 01930 Phillips, Lorenzo G. 81 Prentiss St, Boston, MA. 02120 Piacenza, Carl 8 Fox Hill Rd. Billerica, Mass. Picard, Keith W. PO Box 1176 Lowell, MA. 01853 Pierce, Michael R. 78 Jennings St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Piercey, Stephen A. 19 Mt. Vernon St. Saugus, MA. 01906 Pigeon, Rita J. 110 Beech St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Pike, Carol E. 230 Broadway St. Arlington, Mass. 02174 Pinto, Judith A. 4 Kirby Mass. So. Dartmouth, Mass. 02748 Ploss, Stephen J. 60 Princeton St. Danvers, MA. 01923 Plum, Charles P. 19 Ashwood Rd. Lynn, MA. 01904 Plummer, Kevin G. 10 Monument Hill Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Poirier. Jo-Anne PO Box 517 Ayer, MA. 01432 Polianites, Kathleen A. 23 Starbird St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Polin, Barbara A. 23 Poole St. Medford, MA, 02155 Polizotti, Phyllis A. 13 North Andover, Mass. 01810 Pollock. Stephen M. 7 Wilde Ave. Taunton, MA. 02780 Pope, Karen L. 14 Country Club Dr. Chelmsford. Mass. 01824 Poremba. Richard E. 26 Agnes Rd. Lowell, MA. 01852 Poulin, Alicia M. 244 Broadway Haverhill. Mass. 01830 Powers. John D. 48 Pleasant St. Boston, MA. 02129 Powers. Paul S, 17 E. Dunstable Rd. Nashua, NH. 03060 Prendergast. Teresa M. 46 Fort Meadow Dr. Hudson. Mass. 01749 Prentice, Larry D. 40 Summer St. Saugus. MA. 01906 Proulx. Thomas G. 43 Huron Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Provencher, Donald P. 32 Cedar Crest Ave. Salem, MA. 01970 Provencher, Philipp 6 Colonial Dr. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Puglisi. Constance M 72 Belmont St. Lawrence. MA 01841 Pulido. Melquiades E. 99 Lowell St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Pulnik, Catherine M 2 Dalton St Lowell, MA 01850 Purtell, Beverly A. 4 Muriel Rd Chelmsford, MA 01824 Pustis. John J. 44 Maplewood Ave W. Boylston, MA 01583 Pyne. Joseph P. 25 Claudine Dr Lowell, Mass 01854 Q Ouaglia, Richard H 2 Brookside Dr. Nanuet. NY. 10954 Ouinn, Ellen E 15 Crockett Dr Chelmsford. Mass 01824 Oureshi, Pervez A. 6733 NH Ave. Apt. 701 N Takoma Pk, MD 20012 iii ml Ragonese, Michael A 150 Greene Sl. Hopedale, MA 01747 Rahmani Negat O 261 Chandler St. Worcester MA. 01502 Rahmanian Charles K 544-D French St Ext Lowell MA, 01852 Raines. Larry 71 Bowdoin Ave. Dorchester. MA. 02121 Ranauro. Mark R. 148 Woodland Rd. Southboro, MA. 01772 Rastellini. Philip S. 153 Montvale Ave. Woburn. MA. 01801 Ray. Frank L. 38 River Rd. Somerset. Mass. 02720 Raymond. Richard H. 111 River Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 03576 Reardon, Brian G. 45 Mt. View Dr. Clinton, MA. 01510 Reault. Richard D. Willow Dale Rd. Tyngsboro. Mass. 01879 Reed. Arthur L. 57 New Bridge Rd. Sudbury. MA. 01776 Regan. Dolores M. 301 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, MA. 01854 Resendes. Mary Lou 69 Chapel St. Lowell. Mass. 01852 Rhyno. Michael S. 52 Riverside Dr. N. Attleboro. MA. 02703 Richardson. Gail M. 14 Karen Lowell, Mass. 01851 Riesland. Stephen J. 110 State Rd. E. Westminster, MA. 01473 Rigazio. Maria T. 45 Crystal St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Riley. George W. 182 Cottage Park Rd Winthrop. MA. 02152 Riley Jr.. John M. 20 Traverse St. Wakefield. MA. 01880 Rindo, Patricia P. 10 Boylston Lane Lowell. MA. 01852 Ringland. Dennis J. 10 Cynthoa Rd Billerica. MA. 01866 Rioux. Michael P. 55 Hogan Rd Lewiston. ME. 04240 Rivera. John E 119 Foster St. Lowell. MA 01851 Rlx, Karen E 3300 Essex Rd Balto. MD 21207 Rizzen, Debra A 148 Marble St. A-106 Stoneham, MA. 02180 Rizzotto, Mary A 11 North Glenway Ave Randolphma 02368 Roark. Susan T 22 Mohtview F-td Chelmslord, Mass 01824 Robinson, Diane T 331 Goldsmith St Littleton, MA 01460 Robinson. Laura A 141 Sanders Ave Lowell. Mass 01851 Robitaille. James P 248 Sparks St Dracut, MA 01852 Rodriguez, Paul A 84 Nicholas Rd Framingham MA 01701 Roman, Carolyn 67 Lexington St Burlington, Mass 01603 Romano Jr., Arthur L. 7 Peltola La, PO Box 927 Carver, MA. 02330 Rondeau, Louise R. 29 Surrey Lane Lowell, Mass. 01852 Roos, Janet C. 456 Franklin St. Cambridge, Mass. 02139 Ropi, Elaine F. 11 Half Spring Park Av. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 Rosato, David A. 2 Sherwood Dr. Bedford, MA. 01730 Rosato, Nicholas P. 1518 Hyde Park Ave. Hyde Park, MA. 02136 Rose, Kevin S. 31 Ethel St. Roslindale, MA. 02131 Rosenholm, Robert S. 63 Providence Ave. Riverside, Rl. 02915 Ross, James O. 99 Marble Ave. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Ross, Timothy P. 176 Granite Ave. Milton, MA. 02186 Rossi, Virginia M. 3 Grove Street Lawrence, MA. 01841 Rotondo, Marlene G. 9 Dominic Dr. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Rourke, Bernice A. 45 Albert St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Roux, Lois A. 81 Pleasant St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Royer, Gerald E. 105 11th St. Lowell, Mass. 01050 Rubin, Leslie K. 46 Wethersfield Rd. Natick, Mass. 01760 Ruckey, Thomas J. 217 Chestnut St. Gardner, Mass. 01440 Ruetenik, George A. 16 Hemlock Lane Bedford, MA. 01730 Ruggles, Gertrude C. No. Main St. Box 65 Hardwick, Mass. 01037 Runowicz, Beverly A. 57 St. Paul St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Russell, Donald A. 334 Winthrop St. Medford, MA. 02155 Russell, John J. 58 Hill St. Malden, MA. 02148 Russell, Kathleen E. 24 Parkway Rd. Stoneham, Mass. 02180 Russell, Warren D. 732 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Rust, Gary H. 26 Sandra Ln. Reading, MA. 01867 Saba, David P. 25 Cross St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Sady, Eugene P. 783 Newbury St. Spfld, MA. 01104 Sagaties, Stephen J. 21 Stevens St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Sahagian, Maryanne 46 Laurie Lane Lowell, Mass. 01854 Sahovey, Barry R. 684 Cabot St. Beverly, MA. 01915 Samiotes, Charles G. 18 Winton St. Roslindale, MA. 02131 Sanborn, David C. 20 George St. Plainville, MA. 02762 Sandrof, David S. 148 Pleasant St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Santeusanio, Marie M. 251 Lowell St. Arlington, MA. 02174 Santoro, James E. 307 River St. Mattapan, MA. 02126 Santos, James A. 30 Prospect St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Sapone, William J. 91 Blueberry Hill Waterbury, CT. 06707 Sarkisian, Carol A. 1214 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Saul, David 34 Coburn St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Saulnier, Bonnie C. 55 Winthrop Ave. Lowell, MA. 01851 Saunders lll, Frederick C. 72 Spear St. Melrose, MA. 02176 Scarvalas, Gary J. 29 Waltham St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Scenna, Robert V. 68 Adams St. Lexingtom, MA. 02173 Schloth, Brian D. 137 Grove St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Schneider, John D. 63 Highland Rd. Andover. Mass. 01810 Schultz, Jo R. 99 Pleasant St. Ayers, Mass. 01432 Schupp, Bradford, W. 1682 Orchard Hill Rd. Cheshire, CT. 06410 Schweizer, Carl J. 5 Richardson Rd. Peabody, Mass. 01960 Sciaudone, Dominic R. 79 Avon Sf. Malden, MA. 02148 Scoble, Hubert A. 99 North Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Scott, Debra E. 1398 Liberty St. Braintree, MA. 02185 Scott. Donald F. 319 Fairmount St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Scott, Michael W. 319 Fairmount St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Selent, Jeffrey A. 610 Marshall St. Holliston, MA. 01746 Selli, Anthony N. 145 PO Sq. A-B708 Lowell. MA. 01853 Sesona, Ellen A, 75 Pine St. Milford, Mass. 01757 Set, Chong N. 42 Riverside St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Sexton, Joseph H. 50 Coburn Dr. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Shaker, William A. 34 Royal Ave. N. Adams, MA, 02147 Shapiro, Robert M. 6 Shagbark Rd. Concord, MA. 01742 Sharpe, Richard B. 26 Janet Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Sharry Ill, Augustine F. 2 Hoover Ave. Peabody, MA. 01960 Shea Jr., Howard F. 143 Bowdoin St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Sherman, John G. 5 Freeman Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Shields, Carol E. 8 Euclid Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Shishehsaz, Mohammad R. 71 Park Terrace Rd. Worcester, MA. 01604 Shovelier, William T. Main St. E. Brewster, MA. 02640 Sigvardson, Kenneth W. 96 Richardson Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Silva, Anthony L. 52 Chapel St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Silva, Thomas M. 238 Broadway Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Sim, Robert P. 47 Locust St. Marblehead, MA. 01945 Simpson, Janet L. 230 Cambridge Rd. Woburn. MA. 01821 Sisovsky, Carol J. 630 Russell Snow Dr. Rivervale, NJ 07675 Skarbek, Edward F. 11 Brodeur Ave. Webster, MA. 01570 Slaney Jr., Frederick D. 41 Malden St. Worcester, MA. 01606 Smith, Alexander W. 103 Jennings Rd. Holliston, MA. 01746 Smith, Debora A. 77 Oak Hill Rd. Nabnasset. Mass. 01861 Smith, Richard D. 27 Grace Rd. Woburn, MA. 01801 Smith, Roxanne M. Jan Marie Dr. Plymouth, Mass. Smolinsky, John J. 695 Chandler St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Soborski, Andrew W. 33 Freeman St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Solomont, Alan D. 23 School St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Solon, Edward W. 22 Dirlam Cir. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Somerset, Elizabeth M. 23 Laurel Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Sommers. David J. 35 Deernolm St. Grafton, MA. 01536 Soomre. Edward C. 39 Omena PI. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Soraghan, Michael P. 27 Laurel Ave. Bradford, MA. 01830 Sotakos, Nancy A. 34 Arlington St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Sousa, Mary A. 27 Forrest St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Southward, William A. 198 Mammoth Rd. Apt. 1 Lowell, MA. 01854 Spanos, Andrea L. 120 Passaconaway Dr. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Spanos, Stephen 270 Washington St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Sparages, Pauline 5 Lvan Circle Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Spinale, Deborah J. 18 Phillip Ave. Burlington. Mass. 01803 Spires Jr., John J. 8 Morrow St. Andover, MA. 01810 Spoerri, Anna L. 6 Suzanne Rd. Lexington, Mass. 02173 Spokus, Larry P. 22 Moreland St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Springer, Sherry L. 9 Offutt Rd. Bedford, MA. 01730 Stacy. Bruce D. 40 St. Paul St. Lowell, MA, 01851 Stafford, Carl P. 2713 Lincoln Way 2 Ames, IA. 50010 Stamatoyanakis, G. 109 Hastings St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Ste Marie, Robert F. Massapoag Rd. Tyngsboro, MA. 01879 Stecyk, John A. 309 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01854 Steinbach, David M. 1 Lowell Court Maynard, Mass, 01754 Stevens, David M. 1 Tenney Rd. Westford, MA. 01886 Steward, Robert E. 31 Garden Rd. Concord, MA. 01742 Stewart, Joseph F. 109 Kearney Dr. Lowell, MA. 01852 Stidsen Jr., Kenneth W. 6 Sherwood Dr. Sterling Jct., MA. 01565 St. John, Kevin E. 66 Jefferson St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Stone, Richard D. 23 Wing Terr, Burlington, MA. 01803 Stowell, Sharon P, 22 Weste Ninth St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Straccia, Frederick P. 39 Samson Rd. Medford, MA. 02155 Stupakewicz, Clara E. 321 W. Meadow Rd. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Sullivan, Anne D. 28 Rindo Pk. Dr. Lowell, MA. 01851 Sullivan, John M. 48 Cottage St. Cambridge, Mass. 02139 Sullivan, Margaret A, 129 Dudley St. Cambridge, Mass. 02140 Sullivan, Mary E. 1220 Lawrence St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Sullivan, Maureen E. 28 Estey St. Malden, Mass. 02148 Sullivan, Robert R. 55 Becket Rd. Belmont, MA. 02178 Sullivan, Sheila P. 25 Lockwood St. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Sullivan Ill, William F. 1027 Gt. Pond Rd. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Suomala, John E. 78 Euclio St. Gardner, MA. 01440 Surr, Frederick T. Bridge St. W. Newbury, Mass. 01985 Sweeney, Barbara A. . 4 Liberty Sq. Littleton. Mass. 01460 Sweeney, Christine M. 213 Central St. Framingham, MA. 01701 Sweeney, Donna M. 90 Kingston St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Swenson, Patricia A. 52 Mill Rd. Chelmsford Mass. 01824 Swift. James J. 37 Gage St. Methuen, Mass. 01844 Sylvester, Cynthia A. 301 Foster St. Lowell, Mass. 01851 Sylvestre, Patrick 175 Newton St. Waltham, MA. 02154 Szemplinski, Jack A. 7 Alice Dr. Lowell, MA. 01852 Szen, Mark P. 26 Woodland St. Sherborn, MA. 01770 Szykniej, Anthony J. 15 Florence St. Medford, Mass. 02155 Szylvian, Edmund C. 19 Granite Ville Rd. Westford, Ma. 01886 Tacito, Lawrence P. 45 Lyman Ave. Medford, Ma. 02155 Taplin, Melinda G. 489 Wheeler Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Tapply, Jon K. 161 Pleasant St. Lunenburg, MA. 01462 Tasis, Elizabeth A. 3 Algonquin Rd. Chelmsford, Mass. 01824 Tate, Maxine 1990 Middlesex St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Tavares, Antone C. County St. Lakeville, Mass. 02346 Taylor, Linda M. 315 Nashua Rd. Bedford, Mass. 01730 Taylor, Robert N. 27 Ralph St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Teifare, Gwendolyn 151 Salem St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Teoli, Maryanne R. 77 Colonial Rd. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Terris, Margaret R. 21 Colson St. No. Billerica, Mass. 01862 Tgibides, Janet l. 129 Lakeshore Dr. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Themelis, Jan E. 38 Main St. Pepperell, MA. 01463 Theroux, Paul N. 10 Thomas Ave. Pelham, NH. 03076 Thibault, Benoit L. 109 Windham Rd. Pelham, NH. 03076 Thibodeau, Guy F. 18 Homefield Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Thomas, Jeanne B. 16 Prospect St.. Merrimack, Mass. 01860 Thrasher, Frederick S. 12 Elm St. W. Townsend, MA. 01474 Tierney, William D. 8 Diamond St. Apt. 19 Lawrence, MA. 01843 Tighe, Louise A. 27 Ellsworth St. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Tilsley, Karen A. A 5 Edgar Rd. Billerica, MA. 01821 Tomes, Linda L. 283 Howard St. Lawrence. MA. 01840 Toney, Anthony D. 15 Wildwood St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Toroyan, Paul C. 9 Exeter Rd. Beverly, MA. 01915 Tousignant, Robert P. 31 Tilton St. Lowell, MA. 01850 Townsend, Mary E. 27 Adam Terr. Lowell, Mass. 01852 Traegde, Kenath O. Willow Cove Tyngsboro, MA. 01879 Trask, Brent H. 4 Richmond St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Trask, Robert T. 18 Princess Ave. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Tremblay, Joseph J. 70 Granite St. Webster, MA. 01570 Tremblay, Paula A. 33 Monroe Av. Methuen, MA. 01844 Trudel, David J. 40 Wilder St. Lowell, Mass. 01854 Trudel, JoAnn M. 872 Hildreth St. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Trull, Brian R. 80 Mt. Hope St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Trulli, Dennis J. 508 Pleasant St. Malden, MA. 02148 Tryon, Mary E. 11 Myrtle St. Lowell, Mass. 01850 Tsitsipas, Efthemlos 67 Varney St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Tuminowski, Paul W. 13 Cochrane St. Methuen. Mass. Tuttle, Richard J. 351 Sladen St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Twining, Bruce L. Chestnut Street Uxbridge, MA. 01569 Twombly, Kenneth M. 80 Stone Rd. Belmont, MA. 02178 Udo, Ada U. 118 Walker St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Ullrich, George V. Hewins St. Sheffield, Mass. 01257 Unger. Lynn A. 261 Old Marsh Hill Rd. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Urban, Kristine E. 25 Martin Rd. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Vacey Jr., Bruce F. 1012 Central St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Vaiksnoris, Joan R. 177 Grove St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Vaillancourt, David E. 91 Westchester St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Valiton. Jetlrey C. 12 Hemlock No. Reading, MA. 01864 Vallario, Andrew R. 37 Fern St. Lawrence, MA. 01840 Vassilakos, Harry S. 332 Varnum Ave. Lowell, MA. 01854 Vasta, Mary J. N. Main St. Plaistow, NH. 03865 Vaughan, Sheila F. 47 Palmer St. Arlington, Mass. 02174 Vega, Carlos E. 62 Haverhill St. Lawrence, MA. 01840 Vega, Fernando A. 62 Haverhill St. Lawrence, MA. 01840 Ventura, Alan D. RFD 81 Elm St. Kingston, Mass. 02364 Vinal, Donna M. 196 Campbell Dr. Lowell. Mass. 01851 Vincent, Peter E. 317 Cumberland Rd. Lowell, MA. 01850 Viola, Ronald F. 5 Champion St. Tewksbury. MA. 01876 Volpe. Carl F. 121 Butler Ave. Wakefield, MA. 01880 Wade. Marialice 118 High St. Andover, MA. 01810 Wall, Mark W. 193 Andover Rd. Billerica, MA. 01821 Walworth. Wayne A. 224 Bruce St. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Warren, Kevin P. 7 Crawford Dr. Tewksbury, Mass. 01876 Watson, Elizabeth A. 149 South St. Reading, MA. 01867 Watson, Kenneth B. 92 Valley Rd. W. Plains, NY. 10604 Webb. James 685 Broadway Lot 6 Malden, MA. 02148 Webster, Gail A. 51 Walker Rd. Swampscott, Mass. 01907 Wegrzyn. Kim M. 351 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, Mass 01854 Weiner, Jane E. Barberry Lane Havehlll, MA 01830 Weinstein, Scot I. 195 Fletcher St. Lowell, MA 01854 Wells, Rita M. Parlmont Park 104 N. Billerica. MA 01862 Wescott, Russell W 9 Theresa Ave. N. Billerica, MA 01862 Weston, Bruce S. Main St Carver, MA 02330 Wheeler Jr.. Lawrence W 362 Pearl St. Reading, MA. 01867 White, Bryan 43 Mystic Ave. Tewksbury. Mass 01876 Wholey, Alison A. 11 Sherman St Lowell, MA 01852 Wholey, Lynne A. 35 Windward Rd. Lowell. Mass 01852 Wlita. Leo O 11 Cross St. Williams Steven F. 9 Forest St. Maynard. MA. 01754 Wilson, Anthony D. 145 PO Sq. A-708 Lowell, Mass. 01852 Wilson, Jean L. 15 Fernald Ave. Haverhill, Mass. 01830 Winiarski, Michael L. 17 Los Angeles St. Spfld, MA. 01107 Winters. John P. 54 Puffer St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Witts, Dennis P. 45 Pratt Ave. Apt. 10 Lowell, Mass. 01851 Wojtas, John S. 310 Oak St. Methuen. MA. 01844 Wojtas. Nancy L. 20 Lillian Terr. Dracut, Mass. 01826 Wojtas, Peter P. 66 Concord Rd. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Wolochowicz, Nancy M. 33 Iroquois St. Worcester. MA. 01602 Wood, Billy L. 471 Princeton Blvd. Lowell, MA. 01851 Woodbury, David G. 3 Coolidge Ave. Nabnasset. MA. 01861 Woodin. David C. 84 Nashua Rd. E. Pepperell, MA. 01437 Worthley Jr., Walter F. 403 Summer St. Fitchburg, MA. 01420 Wrenn, Stephen P. 87 Groveland St. Haverhill, MA. 01830 Wrigley. Joseph J. 67 E. Dalton St. Lawrence. Mass. 01843 '7 Yamiolkowski, Edward S. 3 Stockton St. Worcester, MA. 01610 Yennaco, Robert A. 26 Anna Rd Woburn. MA. 01801 Young, Mary Anna L. 16 Manahan St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Young, Ronald W. 1343 Pawtucket Blvd. A32 Lowell. MA. 01854 Yung. Chok Yin A. 160 Tung Choi St. Hong Kong 4. L.-. Zaccardi. Karen M. 180 Holworthv St. Cambridge. Mass 02138 Zagarella, Teresa 923 Main Wakefield. Mass 01880 Zamanakos. Elaine 128 Foster St Lowell. Mass. Zawielski. Roy J 17 Field St Auburn, MA 01501 Ziemba, William M 51 Milton St S. Ashburnham, MA 01466 Indian Orchard, MA. 01051 Wikowski, Peter E. Feeding Hills Rd. Southwick, MA. 01077 Williams, Diane M. 251 Boston Rd. Chelmslord. MA 01824 Zingarelli. Anthony F 142 Eastern Axe Vllorcestei, MA 01605 Zuber, Judith A 5 Ferimnod -Me Bradford Mass 01830 College of Education , ,.:3,,. +001 'S . ,..arf"""""Mw .Q f V 'X S- E45 ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.. -1 af, 9, it ,Q , , L - - - f - ' n ' gfiv-f C M , V 1 g , T, ' r Ii f - 1- i l - + ,iffy at T-,fit 5 B r, .-??""!IlI1c-.'II . - T ' - " DEAN MARGARET SHANNON The chief and broad goal of the College of Education is to improve the instruction for elementary and secondary schools in the United States, and more specifically in the Commenwealth of Mas- sachusetts. The College offers degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels. At the undergraduate level, students receive a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree and the study programs draw upon the entire resources of the University as they seek to accomplish their objective of shaping professionals of the future. No program of studies demands the coordination of so many academic disciplines as does teacher education. Students admitted to the College of Education are re- quired to pursue two majors: onein an academic discipline, and the other in a profes- sional major, i.e., Elementary Education, Art Education, and Secondary Education. At the graduate level, stu- dents receive the Master of Education degree. They may specialize in Educational Ad- ministration, Curriculum and Instruction, or in Reading and Language. The degree pro- grams prepare individuals to 198 Peggy Shanaha serve in leadership roles as educational specialists. The enrollment statistics for Fall semester, 1976, show that of all colleges in the University which offer graduate pro- grams, the College of Educa- tion has the highest enroll- ment. The College of Education also serves the community on a regional basis. Its faculty provides non-reimbursed consultant service to a num- ber of public schools and shares its expertise with teachers and administrators as they plan solutions to edu- cational problems. -w....,,,.. I -1 it College of Engineering l l Y ' w 3 Q . U . I vm--Q R , :Ni , 3 H .NX , U4 it - 4 J' bali 3 fN,-4 J' 4, r v x 'Aa' DEAN WILLIAM HOGAN Broadly defined, engineering is a profession which seeks to apply scientific knowledge for the improvement of society. The engineer must be able to identify problems, creatively design solutions, build and im- plement. In the practice of the profession, the engineer will be called on to combine knowl- edge of science, mathematics, and "state of the art" with judgement based on experi- ence in order to develop eco- nomic and socially acceptable ways to use the available re- sources for the benefit of man- kind. The professional is con- stantly searching for a better way, a better design, and a more imaginative and effective 5:2-'rr 'N-.M system. According to Dean Hogan, "There is a difference between the College of Engineering here and in most other schools in that we have a mixture of technology and engineering and we are more industrially oriented. The hardware in our labs is reflective of the type of industries our graduates are more likely to work in. lf there is any one thing that is characteristic of our stu- dents, it is that they are hardworking and anxious to make the most of their oppor- tunities here. We have there- fore tended to build in more project work than you would see elsewhere . . . in a me- 200 Peggy Shanahan chanical engineering lab, for instance, projects may be in anything from building hang- gliders to hover-craft. These projects give students a chance to go through that de- sign implementation experi- ence at least once before leav- ing here, in a way giving them a leg-up on their competition." The College of Engineering offers undergraduate pro- grams leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, me- chanical engineering, nuclear engineering, plastics engineer- ing, and industrial technology. he professional is constantly searching for a better way, a better design, and a more imaginative and effective system. W' x g i , g 4 L 1 L Us U' xl il J atb cu: ' College of Health Professions if ss-1 - as ' 1 f vf , ,T f t . o M. .V,, E, j 3 N , Af . elz, K S .lar-""" -1, Q , , .- .. K, - 1 QF- - . ' . is - ,. ,. Vll, V M VA 4 E 5 KN g 'S 40 " .y V , ' fi' ' f, 1 gk, , QW ., si 4--,,4vP""' ' ' "Numan-gfaiei-..Qa-.. JM, ,,'4.,-7 .5 DEAN GERTFZUDE BAFZKEFZ The College of Health Pro- fessions seeks to provide programs in the health pro- fessions which will promote an appreciation for the wide range of health-care needs and an understanding of spe- cific health-care roles. Ac- cordingly, these programs are designed to prepare students to contribute to the solution of the serious inadequacies of our health-care system ser- vices, and they stress both the development of health-care skills and the aquisition of the theoretical and factual knowl- edge which are fundamental ,ul-1 gy' -- to continued professional growth. The diversification of programs offered by the Col- lege and common experience provided by the core curricu- lum promote a continuity of faculty effort and a diversifica- tion of student point of view which is a recognized goal for current education in the health professions. All health professions stu- dents share a common cur- riculum forthe first three se- mesters which provides a solid foundation in the sci- ences, the psycho-social areas, and the humanities. l 202 V' 1 H'-an-L ,,,Q-1,a-- iv!! h 1 ', 'Yi' Peggy Shanahan This core experience affords students with ample oppor- tunities to review their choices of professional majors without undue loss of time or credit. All curricula in the health professions also have a clinical or teaching component in one or more community health agencies or schools. The College of Health Pro- fessions offers undergraduate programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in health education, health ser- vices administration, medical technology, and nursing. J ,li LW- hz ., 5 . V , 5x i 2 4 i 4 '1 1 . 'OCQO I gsx ? if 'A5..ggfi.,,N,,- N ' tlfixil- "' Joe Xfeccnione Repairing this Merry-go-round at the Loweli Day Nursery was one ofthe Nurse Associations community service projects. ' K f WH Q? -J pqun -4 1 1 1 12 is spun-we-W '- v- -we-my A 5 FA lot of our kids go to school College of Liberal Arts because an education is a step in upward mobility. You've got to work, you've got to eat. . .you would like to find a job that is satisfying intellectually, psychologically, and materially, and that is a service to the community. But if we ever get to , the point where we equate everything we do with a dollar return investment then we are in trouble. Technological advancement is fantastic, but the problem we are living with today is that technological advancement has gone so far and so fast that we are wondering how man can survive with all of this. We use our resources and use our resources and build bigger and better and faster. . . . Suddenly we turn around and say, 'Where do people fit in?' lf you are in the liberal arts. you consistently ask this. You know, it's really great to be able to create the device that will blow up the world in an instant. But it's even more important to shape the people who decide whether or not to push the button to use the device to blow up the world." DEAN PATRICIA GOLER 204 . .a liberal education which is not liberating is at the very least a contradiction. In a general sense a liberal educa- tion should provide the means by which life experiences can be fully perceived, integrated, and under- stood. Through a basic understand- ing of our cultural and scientific heritage, it should develop an ap- preciation of the several modes of conceptualization, provide those discriminating points of view by which facts and ideas are translated into critical thinking and indepen- dent judgement. A liberal education should develop in the student, re- gardless of his or her choice of specialization, an appreciation of those arts that record man's insights into his experience, and'understand- ing of those organizations and in- stitutions which are sources of his social and cultural values, and an awareness of the import of scientific developments for his life and his en- vironment. The "broad objective" of a liberal education, as A. Whitney Griswold once commented, "is a so- ciety of educated men," and the "ideal training" is "a good, sound liberal education with universal perspective and significance." To the degree that liberal education seeks to become liberal learning, therefore, it must be both general and specific and must be deter- mined not only by such personal considerations as individual inter- est, demands and competencies but also by such impersonal factors as the spectrum of knowledge and the nature of particular disciplines. Irrespective of any practical impli- cations, a liberal education which is not liberating is at the very least a contradiction. ln the pursuit of a vo- cational objective. students of the liberal arts should not lose sight of what it is to be liberally educated men and women: to be indepen- dently minded individuals who are capable of critical thinking and sen- sitive appreciation. ft' ,-51' ,i 0 zf1 ' ,. Q.. 5 ' F I P if , bg, , ,QL Nl. ,, . .. W, . . .,, 1'f f,J ' 4 Jr- --.gba .... .5 : U .Qi Q' ' ' ' .QL , I 1. " 4' -1' '15 -" q- s, , V' F rf fl? - - 0 ' S v a , , I 1 ,'. . iff. ,'i .ig ff,-Y-i,',f V ,fi ",, -5 , -' , -xr it .. ' -rf --i --' s- ' I, 4- -. 'L Q' A '- iv' ff ilk.. pl L A-- -' 'pv..,, ig... 1 , , " Xa.. ,' , -1 4'- -D l I' g, 4 A ,tid l ' Q 1412 , --1-571+ ' '15 ""'1"- A 'fa-'-- .,-- ff 1 Y"--'Fe , , wtf , F- W I i D ' .-A ri" ---..., -f-"i-"'I"'-1-"' 'N' fm . I if A N' - . ' ' '-'-ia-'C - A 'I ' r J ". , H, -j -g fun' . 1 50- Rui?-" ' ' "- 'iw' ' A 4. I' --if 5 " - -- .!'5'-5.-'f-'N' f' ,- . ' ' 4' . .112 ' ,I ' - - .rs ,, ,. , .. ,vjg,,.s.tF:4,.t,. 'I 1, "1 .-M 'W ' -1- -' - 3 1... 205 H Q - x. 'X 1 -XQME. Q- " Vccgx S "'?::- X -ff""'X .gy yt 4' HER! R' S . KDE ' " if' i XXX lc W? - Jw W , V5 GA b fl? -"Aj 2 1 av' NX X I 1 -U I lr ': " ll 'ne f !f3'o' . - w' x r fi l - -The College of Management Science X' Q.. J ' Vi. DEAN DANIEL DIAMOND econd only to the Univer- sity of Massachusetts at Amherst in terms of publically supported higher education for business, the College of Management Science is one of the largest collegiate schools of business in Mas- sachusetts, and offers several standard business programs. lt seeks to provide its' stu- dents with a quality education which will enable them to successfully function as pro- fessionals in business and non-business organizations. The key elements of a quality education are content and method. The faculty through research, consulting and other scholarly activities strives to keep pace with the rapidly changing subject mat- ter in their fields. A variety of learning modes are utilized with emphasis on the lecture and case method techniques. In addition to its own majors the College serves other students at the Universi- ty. The industrial technology program requires about a third of its programs in Man- agement science subjects. The College of Health Profes- sions' program in health ser- vices administration and The College of Pure and Applied sciences program in science administration utilize the 206 Peggy Shanah foundations in business offer- ings. Other students through- out the University are required or elect to take management science courses. The college also partici- pates in efforts to revitalize the regions economy. Faculty are encouraged to direct their research efforts to deal with regional business and eco- nomic issues. The resources and experience of the College are made available to assist in the solution of the problems faced by business and gov- ernmental units in the Mer- rimack Valley. he resources and experience of the College are also made available to assist in the solution of the problems faced by business and governmental units in the Merrimack Valley The College ofIVl usic DEAN THOMAS ELIOT t is the philosophy of the College of Music that every graduate, regardless of the area of concentration or per- sonal goal, must be both an educated person and a quali- fied musician. The study of music involves the develop- ment of the intellect, the ac- quisition of an aesthetic and philosophical comprehension of the art of music, and, in the case of recipients of profes- sional degrees, a high level of proficiency in a chosen per- formance medium. The Bachelor of Music programs are professional in nature and seek to develop that high de- gree of musicianship which is lol I , . l E fundamental to creative, scholarly and educational practice in music. The degree is offered in four areas of specialization: music educa- tion music history and litera- ture, music theory and com- position, and teachers and supervisors of music in the elementary and secondary schools. The specializations in music history and litera- ture, music theory and com- position, and performance provide abundant oppor- tunities for individual perfor- mance, research and creativ- ity to students who wish pro- fessional careers in music. ln- dividual and group perfor- 208 Rich Lacoste mances are also important aspects of all Bachelor of Music programs. The objectives of the Col- lege of Music are to provide each student with the oppor- tunity to master the funda- mental knowledge upon which all music is based, to obtain the special and techni- cal knowledge related to one or more of the various branches of music, to develop an understanding and an ap- preciation ofthe cultural and social heritage of musical ex- perience, and to appreciate that one's personal education is a lifetime process. T he study of music involves the development of the intellect, . . .the aquisition of an aesthetic and philosophical comprehension of the art of music. IN EN NTAl OR NTS TAKIM A sit . ,C o,, i ,A rg, 15 i . , K Awiggkl 1 i QP' ,M vgfvw .ms E N , Tllf Pllflifcismi XFN HON 0 hd ' d in sEPr5N5ER.fhg:m'L..g,, no .I 'V I gre. x -'Q' Q- 4 ,,',,+ l gf- ... -aiilfil ,.,,H-i1t,-, .' 7 A 6 -QLL .ll . . -1 ' V, N. if "Nw Nm , "Q"-. . , College of Pure and Applied Sciences DEAN JOHN BRUCE . .the University is international" Motivation for the pursuit of scientific and mathematical in- quiry stems from two basic human characteristics. One is the ,quest for knowledge for its own sake in order to un- derstand the workings of our universe, and the other is the desire to enlist the investiga- tive techniques of science and mathematics in the service of humanity in order to improve the quality of life. These two aspects of science, one of which allows us to properly define the energies and mat- ter of our reality and the other of which is applied to the task of freeing our lives from dis- ease and deprivation, are inte- grated and harmonious ac- tivities - albeit from time to time the relative emphasis placed by society on each ac- tivity may change. Until the Industrial Revolution, the cul- tural side of science was in the ascendence. Since this time, a greater societal aware- ness has been placed on the practical application of the scientific discovery process, and during the past century science has so enriched our lives that it is difficult to con- ceive of a truly educated per- son who has not had expo- sure to some of the concepts and methodologies of sci- ence. Undergraduate programs in the pure and applied sciences serve the pre-professional needs of the students who de- sire to enter such professions as medicine, and provide ex- cellent preparation for gradu- 3' K Frank Stemporzew ate studies in the several pure and applied sciences as well as for science oriented ca- reers in business, government, and industry. Regardless of the student's career goals, however, the program of study which an individual may elect should have universal perspective and significance as well as particular depth and comprehension. 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Ida 4 1 U-Lowell 10 Salem State 4 U-Lowell 4 Boston State 14 U-Lowell 8 U. of N.H. 13 U-Lowell 5 Gordon 4 U-Lowell 9 Fitchburg State 17 U-Lowell 7 Worcester State 9 U-Lowell 10 Bentley 12 U-Lowell 27 B.U. 11 U-Lowell 3 Westfield 9 U-Lowell QOTQ 14 Regis College 15 U-Lowell 4 Framingham State 24 Leslie Allen Mary Anne Sahagian Deb Blakely Lisa Spinelli Karen Brooking Nancy Stern Barb Flamnia Sue Volkmann Lynn Formica Elin Williams Donna Loranger Coach: Denise Legault Joan Loucraft Assistants: Sharon Peck and Sherry Neild Barb Flyder Jo Anne Newcomb I 4 1 -,ww , " J?" yi V.-A 1 any ,Q .f4'-2-IT' A .V L M' ., 'Mfr -I' . , Q. 1 , . -,gf .4- Q' e V, 4 ' M .ar .. 0w','r' ,A - wi, - l .- :Qi .,, Q If 5 aff? NA . , ' 32 .. ,N it Nr .L ' ,U U I ' r s...a-ow ' X ULowe so Brandies 51 ULowe 25 Tufts 92 c ULowe 51 Bridgewater 59 7 4 ULowe 30 '32-H--... 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O 5, . gnu . ff S ,wi ' f W ff 1 , , ,-,,,: Q :wg ,.5,.,A' : gl ar is 2' it Q f Q K " s 2 W M 238 Tennis Julie Carignan ULowe 2 ULowe Patty Cawley, Capt. Worcester St. 3 Fitchburg JQUY Fvsfer ULowei 5 ULowe l Linda Ff8Sef Regis 0 Boston St. Debbie Greenwood UI-OWe O UI-Owe 'f3?aKfmb,er B.U. 5 Assumption .m upnss ULowe 2 ULowe Elleen Malloy Northeastern 3 Suffolk Karen Perna Katy McCormack, Mgr. ULOVYG 2 ULOWG Letterwomen Framingham 3 Salem St. Ms. Claire Chamberlain, Coach. U'-0W9l 1 Clark 4 ' l it Y C' 1 I . C I ..li Z gf" C . f i' I f if ' . ,wr igawf ,ig if 1, . V , it if f of pf . i'y"'fJ':f'i, . if Q ff ti . ,w w WJ' . 'A H 'Aid if 1 , ,f,j.L . 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W F , , , at - Nw V.-.0 ..-qw Qi m 241 Women's Volleyball U-Lowell Gordon 0 U-Lowell 2 Fitchburg St. 1 U-Lowell 2 Babson O U-Lowell O Worcester St. 2 U-Lowell O Eastern Nazarene 2 U-Lowell 0 Boston State 2 U-Lowell O Keene State 2 U-Lowell O Boston College 2 U-Lowell 2 St. Anselms O U-Lowell 1 Flegis College 2 U-Lowell 2 Bradford College O U-Lowell 2 Endicott 0 U-Lowell 1 Wheaton 2 U-Lowell 1 Salem State 2 U-Lowell 2 Assumption 0 U-Lowell 2 Framingham St. 1 U-Lowell 2 Mt. Ida J.C. 1 Scrimages U-Lowell 2 WPI O 242 l i i i l i 1 ..-1314-Tf C - 1 '9'i"I7i." fl" P I I 1 X l ,-.-,Q - Z . A--' VL, LJ-.:,N.wl: .1 1 'Q'i.'.i1Q,S-Wi Nlfft-as . - V A ..-sf Q , ,.,.ff-1,4--Q, '. K' U., , b Inlysgx, ,slr llji .Z rig. gf ,.i4i" 2 ff' ""' V- f A 'ffm , ,5i9.yga, -if , gggilfff 1' , , 1' X A, A , 1, A , M . X - ' '- A 3 ,V ' ' , f Y UD? ru 1 A , ' .fr 1-Www , V ,.!,.,. 'rf ., . A r-V, A W, me 52,44-1, ft A l . 3 N' - in ig f . N8 1 x f Q E 2 5 Varsity Junior Varsity Cathy Devoe Cheryl Dickerson Nancy Doyon Deb Drake Donna Loranger Trisha Effgen Joan Loucraft Ann Fran Maliszewski Sherry Neild Nancy Sotakos iCo-captainj Judy Pinto iCaptainJ Debbie White CCo-captainy Martha Taliaferro Assistant Coach: Head Coach: Denise Legault Reggie Szidot ...lf '-- I! photosdoe Vecchione 'K' 1 Mit . I ,f i '- ' rn. i wu- .X L i 243 fi f - i N ULowell Amherst ULowell Brown ULowell Springfield ULOWeII West N.E. ULowell Plymouth ULowell Bridgewater ULowell Boston State ULowell Harvard ULowell Hartford ULowell W.P.l. ULowell Bowdoin ULowell Boston College ULowell Coast Guard ULowell Mass Maritime ULowell Rhode-Island C ULowell So. Conn. ULowell Central Conn. ULowell U.N.H. Frank Sfemrowen 'H-........- Sideliners agnx ff--.4 Q Q. 4.ff!4m:FYA V J P 1 fig... ,..l ' '7 . ,mm W4 l Q ' J jr fits Y Li Eff hi XI' . nh' - 1. Qll v W x QE?-if ' FY! ' Y. ei'-f I A 'V'-1-324-. ...:,,,-- I . 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The hockey team's dramatic win over Merrimack at North Andover in 1977 surely must be one of the greatest sport thrills in the two year history of the University of Lowell. Vin Fleming was the 1975-76 NCAA Division Ill Cross Country Champion. Chuck Stahley gained Division II All-American honors for the second consecutive year when he placed in both the one and three meter diving events at the 1976 Nation- als. The 1976 track team finished sixth in the nation in Divi- sion ll outdoor competition. Steve Oliver, Chris Prince, and Walter Makiej ltwicel were all selected to 1977 ECAC Division lll Weekly All-Star Basketball Teams. Eileen Molloy, number one singles player on the wom- en's tennis team, was the first female recipient of an ath- letic scholarship. The club football team was nationally ranked and par- ticipated in the post season play-offs. Barry Yeadon's winning goal against Merrimack in 1977 put him on the ECAC Division ll Weekly'AIl-Star Team for the second time during the season. Bill McQuaide was undefeated during the bulk of the 1977 wrestling season. The baseball team upset top-seeded Amherst in the first round of the 1976 ECAC Division II-Ill play-offs. Bob Hodge was runner-up in the 1976-77 NCAA Division Ill Cross Country Championships. Terry Coleman was second in the nation in both scoring and rushing during the 1976-77 National Collegiate Foot- ball Association season. The women's softball team posted an outstanding 11-2 seasonal record in 1976. Chris Fowler was selected to play in the 1976 New Eng- land Senior All-Star Lacrosse Game. The men's basketball team left Colby and Suffolk stun- ned after sensational upsets in 1977. ?rTl John Alberghini and Scott Williams both enjoyed top five Division ll National Gymnastic rankings in the parellel bars and pommel horse respectively. Kevin Clarkowski had an individual 8-1 singles mark for the men's tennis' team in 1976. The wrestling team, with just three upper classmen in its'ranks, met eight out of the top ten teams in New Eng- land including Harvard and Coast Guard Academy during the 1976-77 season. . . Terry Coleman and Mike McKeon were first team mem- bers of the 1976-77 National Collegiate Football Associa- tion All-American'Team. Harry Riley won the indoor 440 yard dash at the IC4A's in 1976 at Princeton, N.J. The baseball team with a fall slate, a trip to Florida and its regular spring schedule played 52 games in 1976. Bob Scott qualified for the National Division lll Diving Championships in 1976 and again in 1977. Chris Prince was among the National Division lll leaders in the free throw percentage in 1977. The men's bowling team appears headed for its second consecutive New England League Title. Sherry Neild led the 1976 women's softball team at the plate with a lofty .440 average. ' Bill Haskell received All-American recognition in Divi- sion lll hammer throwing competition. The soccer team played a power-laden schedule in 1976-77 with four of its opponents iBrandeis, Hartford, SMU and WPll very prominent in post season play. Jeff Kirsch has a 9.0 award against Springfield and Slippery Flock ori the long horse. Peter Harrison and Gary Pulsinelli consistently placed in the top 10 in NEISC slalom competition in 1977. The men's tennis team had an excellent 6-2-1 record in 1976. . John Costello and Gene Hayes were selected to the Cod Fish Bowl Hockey All-Tourney.Team. Kevin Jarnigan had seven pins to his credit following the first 14 meets in the 1977 wrestling season. The gymnastic team set a new mark of 164.65 against Boston State in 1977'and two weeks later raised it to 171.85 with its first win in history over Dartmouth. Bill Florence and Pete Wikowski were second team members of the 1976-77 National Collegiate Football As- sociation All-American Team. Frank Signa was the lacrosse team's "Mr. Consistent" in 1976 scoring in every game from the midfield position. , 249 The hockey team capturedthe 1977 cod Fish Bowl Championship. . Rich Brostowin lowered the 50 yard freestyle school record on more than one occasion in 1977. A Barry Yeadon earned a berth on the Lowell-Merrimack Thanksgiving Holiday Hockey Tourney All-Star Team. The women's volleyball team rose to its finest seasong-in 1976-77. f 7 . hat- Bill Maloney and Steve Comeau received honorable mention on the 1976 New England Division ll-lll All-Star Baseball Squad. Kathy Henze, of the women's bowling team, rolled a 618 triple with a 245 high game in 1976. The cross country team finished eighth in a big 41 team field in the 1976-77 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship. 7 Bill Geary broke long standing records QLTD in both the 200 yard breaststroke and the 200 yard individual medley in 1977. Bill Flawnsley was tremendous during the stretch drive of the 1977 wrestling team with a 7-1-1 mark during that period. The women's basketball team was 7-1 midway thru its 1977 season. Bob Hodge received Division I All-American honors in 1976-77 for his performance in the NCAA Championship Cross Country Meet at Denton, Texas. Tom Jacobs was an All-Star selectee in the Salem Bicentenial Hockey Tourney. The football club with a 7-1 regular season broke previ- ous U-Lowell and LTI club football records. Ed Barter had a school record breaking backstroke ef- fort in the win over Holy Cross. The men's basketball team was among the National Di- vision Ill leaders in field goal shooting percentage during most of the 1977 season. Joanne Kember and Judy Foster were selected to play in the MAIAW post-season tennis tourney in 1976-77. The ski team was among the season-long leaders in the New England Intercollegiate Ski Conference in 1977 opening up possible automatic qualification for year-end national competition. Ed Campbell, a native of Ireland, was awarded All- American honors in Division Ill track for his hammer. throwing prowess. . The golf team has secured the prestigious Vesper Country Club for its 1977 home matches. - - 1.11-f - - Q-., A Lu, ,ci -aft. rl, , D . K.. 1 .J Y an ...J xi' igffff 7. I m'f2' .'. . : K. J," ,--z: rr: A wfkfz-.STQEE - -Vffflri'-'-' . - .1 J. x :-: 3. 'F-'lf' , fp. L ,lf --J Organizations -fi-:T "-si f-fex Q 1 I -iv f 4. 4' .1 . . .K X N .. ,. W.. X ,. 1 I 2 K - 'fa' .ff -",.',. . rye-- BI '- xglf ,v i K-if-L, ' V.:-. ',1. " x .p g ,ag Tis: T, .ifijx 'r he is U kg? X .. Q' 5 1 . 1 95 , 4, :r4L 4" R", MII FLISMVF N Me? Bffme Rdlllplh Nader Club Budgets HAVE MJZSQW Qefy Lgeillleghef JIAMKIES i'S'UUIl II V" IDUUIHAN riiwle ranwnen Eittrrga Private Lightning Kreskin Amazeg' University Week This Weekend at the Ret Sizeee Eiaeri Mefgemet Heed Wfoflrmuj Qyznll aifahkflf M mgwi Q M Q d fi Q S! 5 HAPPY ISIIQJUJFJ AT 'THE HAT we ET M em FR Nl ze, WMMIMII BKIWIATIHN gape Fellowship lag . if ' 6 J X -Z'-A. 1 x 5 -H . . . 3 3 ' .2 721 W344- ' H, x ' Y , W ',4s4fS:"LQJ"1.' X ' rf . li' K fy 'vf 5 O it ,.f-4""" U 4 Ni -i I 4+ -: '-1 'YYY Q1 M.. . V -- ...Q-1, V, ,,, 'wan 'H 'd? ,.' 1 ' gb' lg-11' 35 'I 5 . .:' L 51: Alpha Sigma Tau .Au 40 5- .1 s.,,M v I N- If ome things you never outgrow, like that silly green and gold pledge hat, green garbage bag shoes, or the closeness you feel when the people who know your inner-most secrets still care for you because of andfor in spite of them. Some things shape your life, change your ideas and draw out a part of you that you never realized was buried inside. Alpha Sigma Tau, formerly Beta Tau, attempts to take a bunch of nuts, trolls, and elves, throw them into an of- fice alone and make each a sis- ter. Through rush functions, nun-s-Q-an-n-1-A-Q.--. ..,,, community service projects. formals, parties, social events and fundraisers, you get to know a lot of people in a lot of ways. The years in college are just as much the formative years as are those from twelve to eighteen, and Sisterhood is a lot better than a slice of Wonder Bread when it comes to developing a personality. Some things you out-grow. like that crazy Peter Pan outfit, self-conciousness or biting your fingernails, and some things you remember for the rest of your life. AU . C is l I ' A t 'OO 5' f 5 lf., 8 kggt 7, l l. l. g. l it il ill i Il l l l American Chemical Society Rl' lit, el '4-----.Q , . -W tjmwll ' H' lv sill I President David Landry Vice-President Bill Harris Secretary Lydia Krutchkoff Treasurer Art Reed Advisor Dr. H. Rubenstein 3 i I -lil l :V X x N -1 ' 135.1 i .r he University of Lowell Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical So- ciety is a chapter of the world's largest organization devoted to a single science and is open to any student working toward an undergraduate degree in chemistry, chemical engineer- ing, or a related science. Through field trips, guest speakers, technical movies, seminars, and job placement, our organization provides the 256 -nr' Fx-g 1 ', 1 ,i "' , 1illr,,., link between students and the professional scientific indus- try. Social activities are also a big part, of the chapter's ac- tivities. We annually hold two banquets where students and faculty mingle in a relaxed at- mosphere. We also sponsor bake sales, have halloween parties, participate in intramu- ral sports and go on ski trips - where everyone is bound to have a good time. Rich Lacoste A.S.C.E. I, ,MV Ii' N ' ' si A W - mf 4962 , il 4 59 ' 3 'rQ' ! nun? George Burnham Anastasia Honsiantes Doug Johnson Chris Jolly Steve Kicinski Jeff Kirsch Prof. Lietch Fion Messier Paul Phalen Dave Roberge Frank Signa Patricia Sisorvsky Dennis Unger Ed Znoy Joe Burns Frank Caveleri Paul Collette Gary Comeau Dennis Doherty Paul Esdale Frank Fidele Dave Gardiner Ron Gaudet Stuart Gray Bill Haskell .. ..., ...,4.. ...-...,... ......., -. Q 'Q . ' , fx f . D,-'D+ ' . ,sw - 5 ' U X ' ' Q W.. F, it XX pI:f.:Y' C 2- x d:'..!, Y-. 1 " I V M C I Concrete Canoe Race . . . Speakers , . . Field trips to Bud Brewery and Water Treatment Plants. . . Frank's 4.0. . . no meeting room. 257 Arabian Club ,,-px 1 Hassan Abdul-Ghani Jean Basmaji Professor Donald Ameen lAdvisorJ Vicki Shalhoup Ibrahim Ash Suheil Hanania Carol Zarini Judy Ansara Nadim Zarini Nadim Ash Abboud Mamish Diane Zarini Habib Zarini Marsele Zarini Fadi Haddad Ellen Hassan William Bahou Samir Bahou Salim Bahloul Mulhem Ash 258 xbox tri .S I lrbx Armenian Club , Harry Alexanian ' Dr. Artin Arslanian Doug Azarian f Cheryl Bedrosian Richard Berberian Tom Bezigian Dr. Leon Chorbajian Karen Ehramjian Mark Kazanjian Kevin Knox James Magarian Leslie Marloomian Phyllis Moran Mark Morse Neil Perry Peggy Prophet Steve Tashjian Tavit Tavidian ,Q MEM -E-' -fu..4,gl.'1lJ lf 2 is ,z '05 ..-..,...,,, 34 x94 'QQQOQ Jbqeq. P1549 QQQQ. 0094 5 N' Q 0 9 'l Wf0y 0 6 0'- ., , 5 Q 0. .- ,'VQ'Q'O v - W , ' .' f rg, ,u-all - E 14 l 5 ,wg books on Armenian subyects to the T he Armenian Club has been an active university organization since the Fall of 1974. Activities of the club include I.A.N. Lecture Series, Hrametsek, International Night Expose. Armenian Nite. Christmas Party. Bake Sales. and Film Presentations. The club office is the site of on-going discussions on politics, religion. school affairs, and the art of Tavloo. The purpose of the club is to provide a source of identity and education for all those interested in Armenian activities. 259 .... .., ..-.......,...--i . i The Armenian Club donates 12 rnold Air Society Lyle Alexander Rick Almeida Larry Anderson Susan Andrews Bob Condon Bob Davis George Deblois George Fidalgo Bob Gaudette Bill Gosselin Maureen LaComb a Johnny Martin Paul Maus Steve Michaels Walter Miller John Morrison Jim Mulligan Jim Ogonowski Jim Price Fred Saunders Mike Ufnal Ken Wallingford Maureen LaComb Commander James Price Deputy Commander Mike Ufnal Operations Officer Bill Gosselin Administration Officer Walter Miller Comptroller Kenneth Wallingford information Officer Steve Michaels Transportation Officer George Deblois Pledge Training Officer 4 i f 'el ' . Q I C :rf Tl A 3 +35 l l Q uf A rnold Air Society is an honorary service organi- zation of AFROTC Cadets from 167 of the nation's leading col- leges and universities. lt is a non-profit organization with a national membership of about 5,000 each year. Our Squadron here at ULowell 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 concepts of the United States Air Force and AFROTC. This past year has been very successful for our Squadron. At the area conclave held in Burlington, Vt. in November, our Squadron became the new 260 i i l area headquarters and gained the title of the most outstand- ing squadron in the entire northeastern area. lt's a title we're proud of and one we hope to keep. Some of our projects and ac- tivities for this past year in- clude: blood drivesg commu- nity service work in associa- tion with the Solomon Mental Health Center here in Lowell and the Veteran's Hospital in Bedford, Area conclave in Bur- lington, Vt., National Conclave in New Orleans, Louisianag mil- itary ballg pledge initiation night, pastry sales and "hot dog" days and Arnold Air So- ciety vs. Pershing Bifles foot- ball and softball games. 's I I i I l I I i I I l ii l i i I i l i i l l i -I i 5 1 yung ..-,,5,,.5 ,,, x I .Vg u .- ....-nv-rv . -1--4 Art Co-Op I. 1 - 1 . ind' I l I.. 4 ,. il ..1"' , I r,.. 1, X .-...............-4-A... ll- , .vii li l l l WP 'P President: Jaye Gendron Treasurer: Andrea Carozza I Vice President Carla Al- i bertelli he Art Co-Op was estab- lished in October, 1975 as a student, community, and professionally oriented group concerned with promoting an interest in and appreciation of the fine arts. Various events and Co-Op sponsored Gallery 410 exhibits comprised this year's activities. Events during the year in- cluded a creative crochet workshop, life model sessions. a visit to Haymarket Square. and a watercolor demonstra- tion by U.LoweIl faculty member Carlton Plummer. The second annual Student Art Exhibition was the final event of the year. Gallery 410 showcased sev- eral art exhibits throughout the academic year. The first exhibit opened on September 21 with a collection of pencil works entitled "Dreamscapes." by Mark Lander, a 1976 ULowell gradu- ate. Then, the University of 261 Secretary: Sandy Herring Lowell studio art faculty exhi- bited works which included photography. serigraphy. air- brush, watercolor. and acrylic painting, and ceramics. Next. in November. Dr. Stephen Smalley. chairman of the Art Department at Bridgewater State College. exhibited selected acrylic on canvas paintings. Ending the semes- ter was a student craft exhibit. consisting of pottery, weav- ings. and jewelry done by both day and evening students. Second semester opened with a multi-media student art exhibit followed by a water- color show entitled t'Alaska - Land of Contrastsf by ULowell faculty member Carlson Plummer. The last show of the year featured paintings in oil transparency on gold leaf by Gaetano Alib- randi. well known Boston ar- tist, call "Pluridin1en- tionalismf' A.V.S. I :XT . w' ..:..--'-' ff rx. . . S I ,Z T he Audio Visual Society of the University of Lowell is a student service organization founded in the academic year 1959-60 to provide audio visual support to the students, fac- ulty and staff of Lowell Tech. lt has grown and now supplies a wide spectrum of entertain- ment and services to the Uni- versity community. The A.V.S. has broadcast facilities, offices and workshops in the Alumni! Lyden Library and offices in the north campus Student Union Building. The Audio Visual Division provides 35mm film showings weekly in Cumnock Hall, stage crews for speakers and stu- dent productions, Listening Room north campus staff, .h xt 1 - 24, 16mm film showings in the Multi-Purpose Room, and as- sistance to the Library A.V. Staff. The Technical Services Division repairs and builds new equipment and specifies the purchase of new equip- ment. The ability of the people in Technical Services to learn by doing is astounding, some- times even to themselves. The A.V.S. is an all volunteer organization and welcomes anyone who feels they have something to contribute to the University community at large. Although the A.V.S. has re- cently suffered inadequate funding, the members have maintained the Society's unique role in the University. AVS Officers 1976-77 President "Wireless Mike" Kutlouski Vice-president Andrew B. Hoff Treasurer Robert V. Olson Secretary Kevin L. Appert Av Director Mike Musso Chief Projectionest Mike Musso Special Productions Kevin L. Appert Listening Room Chief Tom Hood General Manager WJUL Nancy Wolokowitz Program Director Phil Goudreaut Music Director Nick Cal Fountas News Director Brian Williams Chief Engineer Dana fKLAl Puopulo Assistant Everything Bruce Jones Tech Services Director Kevin L. Appert Office Manager Tom Hood 5, 'fr- ' . Chinese Students Circle if "A Hangliding Club H ' 53 if 1-N Q I I, qi" .h N . r 0 M- t l I Q s VW ' , ll. - V, s , - ' is S .4 K 'n I: Y..-i , l in fx 0 I I - . . ' 4 ', : : . y ,, Ny 1 .. Q ,' T' :A S C ' 'f. nm . J , I . V ' ' ' .' ' . e' ' 1 Q Tv' ' W - M K -f NK 'I' 1 'C' ' 7 'N J N f fr V Q ' r 4 A 4 r Q N Y-.l2i.l',' J a Y' .Jn ' B , K :I 4 t Fr - I , , Q. ,A :IT ' Y F x , 3 1 1 'll :ug 1' 'ilclf' K' ' V- . f 5 ! ' X X ag I v HK' ' , , ,I t .M ' ,,.g' ""'---, ,rf-0 ,,........-s......... ..,,.., .X Q- ! ff I7 I ff' P f ' Q. '43 . ' lg s.. 263 ' rick Club -,- , .. 1- 1 af T hese gentlemen put their heads together, came up with a solid basis for their organiza- tion, and in less than three minutes forrned the Brick Club: A brother- hood of blockheads in the spirit of spontenaity. '-'Qln.. Joe Vecchione - .1 AFV .f' 9-..-... clog X E ' l l Circle K j ' A. 5 if, l 5 ' Q i xg. ' i .gg it ll? r ,K ircle K is probably the craziest club on campus. We'lI do just anything if it will help someone else. Last year we pushed a bathtub to Bos- ton. We also have some less crazy projects like clean-up drives and Christmas parties for kids. In general, we just try to have fun at the same time we are helping others. 266 Mary lvlaloney Don Therriault Rod Dellafelice Dianna Kenney Stephen Scoles Flick Kaerwer Bob Sletton Barbara McManus 1 l T I i i i i i is Consortium Artis Musicae onsortium Artis Musicae, a musical ensemble in the College of Music, is a group dedicated to the preservation of the performance of Flenais- sance song and dance. Di- rected by Professor Robert White, CAM has performed ex- tensively throughout New Eng- land and uses authentic cos- tumes and instruments in its presentations. Performances in Lowell 1976-77 included the 1977 All-State Convention, on-campus concerts, and an appearance at the Speare House. ...1-.-.... ..-.., lnstrumentalists Gina Balestracci Philip Bater Cheryl Gagnon Stephanie Henry Kathleen Molloy Fred Surr Gary Wilson 267 - l 4 , i il' ll ll L i E Mike Mohan Jackie Newman Steve Nigzus Karen Hajjar Sheila Yanacek Dennis Doherty Jay Wholey Alan Hicks Allen Mowatt Joe Blonski Bob Depatie Mike Favaloro Linda Gile Sue Hoar Eamonn Hobbs Roberta Lee Jim Loughran Paul Morse Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Features Editor Production Manager Sports Editor Art Editor Photography Editor Staff Jim Nason Neil O'Connell Sandie Pyle Louis Sf Salamone Jim Simopolous Peggy Shanahan Frank Stemporzewski Deb Stratford Karen Tilden Joe Vecchione Annie Bresnahah Cary Chiknas Bob Chenevert Mark Christianson Peggy Cunningham June Dorrio Patrice Dwyer Judy Foster Evan Gessman Contributors John Hart Rich Lacoste Brad Lee Ellie Mahoney Jim Price Joe Bosati Scoop Bose Steve Scannel Tom Taylor The unnec' L wi an--' NI, f-of 459 lf? t ri- A ,,f,xVr5-. ul, V. 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' T 'Q S L i""'Wl W 4' s 4? 1 iw 1 Q the irreversible succession from I 0 iw w w ,, If 3 64 the past through the present, fy 6 r fd ff heri deadlines and press time became the com petitor. these people through their combined efforts. triumphed. x .J 'Qwffih ZX Delta Kappa Phi Gary Adler Eric Bates Jim Beauvais Tom Bezigian Dick Bisson Paul Bonarrigo Edward Brock Phil Camann Joe Deflumeri Bob Desmarais Joe DiVirgilio Jack Englert Lou Fezio Walter Gazek Bob Joseph Jeff Kirsh Bill Kiggen Bruce Klien Pete Landers Fiick Lindell Bob Lown Ken Lown Ev Mangsen Dave Michaud John Michaud Fred Saunders, lll Jim Mulligan Ed Skarbek Jerome Pepin Dan Spear Micky Pompelia Dave Travis Mark Fianauro Aram Tsouroukdissian Paul Rodriguez Donny Wattenbarger Tim Boss Scott Williams Dave Botti Bon Yan Kum 4 if t Tom Bezig Le Cercle Francais his year, Le Cercle Francais attracted a large member- ship and built a new image. We have been working to foster in- terest inthe language and cul- ture of French-speaking coun- tries. Our list of accomplish- ....-,,.............. --.M ments for the year include ev- erything from sampling French cuisine in Boston to movie- going and sponsoring the per- formance of a prominent French theater company on campus. The successful effort to revitalize Le Cercle Francais would not have been possible without the genuine interest and help of our advisor, Mrs. Jacqueline Brovender, and all of our members. We are proud of this year's performance, and look forward to providing the school community with more cultural experience in the fu- ture. 271 N. 5 ? iff Officers: President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Members: Christine Barbas Starr Betses Judy Birch Deborah Burrows Sue Champgny Ken Dooley Marcia Finochiaro Bob Flynn Pat Foner Leise Galvao Debbie Harrington Fausta Jannalfo Gerry Lemure a. ff x ? .3--...i , f Nav' 4- t .1 , 5 51, , 1- v 5 - fg .51 ' -r"' , :V fi Q, .4 PF Ll V ff' Rich L t Cynthia Pacione Deborah Chadbourne Linda Cox Sharon MacMillan Ken McKee Cindy Metivier Mark Morse Lynne Moultin Frank Paolino Susan Paquette Diane Pellerin Ron Schneider Lisa Silva Dottie Sousa Sandra Trembley Sophie Tsionis N I Ham Radio Club In-sg Mibuvg . ...W 45' 'Q--. Italian Club -x .Q Afxs , A N 5 ff gf ,.c,9:"" f Vi' A' 5 l, .5 I aes. tv We he purpose of the Italian Club is to broaden and awaken the knowledge of the Italian culture. We have at- tempted to do this through movies that demonstrate their traditions and their lives. We have also enjoyed the Italian cuisine at various restaurants and have attended many out- ings. We encourage all people to take part in our functions by not limiting them to members only. '-rf Aug?--Q s' 5 . - - . , , is ,- xx. ' .'f:,.. -fr. f- kt nl .X f 1- .s Xx + .- by 1 1 ig, 5 M ff 5, f',g.4,.t 3.0-f.t3,,ff ,,,., -l t. X is I-Q,'?i...,..,t1, lqgg if -i,.'1 Eg "'--'. . .-in-M? Q--,.'.r' '-'-x- 41.5K X ' x if 511.- Mary Ann Bond Diane Broulliette Maria Catazaro Dierdre Doran Sandra Evans Betsy O'Brien Jean Tuoelli 273 '-55,44 .,. . sq. ' P' PK gg, 8 4 FEPIFLE ln., 5 if N3... R X 4--W f' Lk Q ' Fri PQ"-lips 4-44 7 "q'7'i" T' .. 'Y 'q sq ,T 11 Sxslaxl udo Club Mike Kaesar President Frank Asimakopolous Vice Pres., Treas. Edwin Chiu Marilyn Cusick Derek Jones Cindy Marden Tom Nicholson John Pietrella Patti Floy John Russell Dr. Jacob Lam Coach 74 ' A Ae, x,Ix dv Troll Kappa Delta Phi if ,,,.. ily if --U xl Ken Ashe Bert Carrison Fred Coco Jerry Colella Mi ke Con ners Pres. Ken Daigle Bill Faranada Bernie Fields Bon Fields Chris Finnegan Paul Gauthier Jack Genakos Dave Hanks Mike Hayes Paul Jeppson Jim Kafasis Bicn Kleponis i 4...- Dave Languirand Paul Lyons Joe Manseau Jim Michaud Tim Mullen Kevin Murphy Matt O'Niel Joe Palmieri Carl Piacenza Ted Quinn Ed Floane Pete Bobertson Bill Sullivan Dennis Thomsheck Mike Thornton Bick Walo Al Young Kappa Sigma Ken Boileau Mike Buckley George Burnham Tom Garrigus Bob Keddie Cecil Lancaster Dan Martin Stu McCleary Millard Mitchell Mike Nagle Jon Tapply Bruce Twining Keary Weaver K appa Sigma is an international Fraternity founded in 1869. Our chapter was bound in 1969 and our purpose is to provide students with an association where the principles of Friendship, Fellowship, and the spirit of Brotherhood are encouraged and expanded. it takes work and play to achieve these ends, we do it. 7 K appa Upsilon is a young sorority formed in February of 1974. This year was our first as a member of l.F.,S.C., joining the council in the tall semester of 1976. Our activities are service and socially oriented: these included making Christmas cards and caroling for the patients at nursing homes, involvement with the Headstart Christmas party, the Pot Luck Dinner, making Easter baskets for hospitalized children, the annual Thanksgiving rattle, the semi-formal, intramurals and a Spring Carnival booth. Kappa Upsilon stands for kindness and unity and as long as we have these the spirit will never die. Kappa Upsilon """7jf' . X ki Gm" Lacoste Kathy Anderson Linda Larose President: Ellen Giurleo Karen Camacho Ann Marie Nardone Vice-President: Andraktos Pam Christian Erin Noonan Secretary: Mary Andros Bern Delaney Diane Ftatcliffe Treasurer: Karen Rigopoulos Maryanne Delaney Janet Ftatcliffe Sgt. at Arms: Cheryl Daley Karen Dougherty Nancy Robertson Chaplain Historian: Lisa Calarusso Debbie Holland Donna Sampson Pledge Mistress: Joyce Liakos Stephanie Kavouras Debbie Smith Alumni Secretary: Loreen lsherwood Lynn Koumpouras Andrea Spanos I.F.S.C. Rep.: Cathy Daley Cheryp Kuchar Pat Toohil Someone to talk with to dance with to sing with to eat with to laugh with to cry with to think with to understand Someone to be my friend - Susan Poliz Schutz 277 afate 3g l d-.xo 1 YSUX ,ii 0' L9 i 4 lv P' A.. ss, 1 t has been a satisfying year for the Karate Club. There were many dedicated people who worked hard to keep the club going strong. Don Nowak, a graduating senior who be- came one of the University of Lowell's first black belts, has been a tremendous asset to the club. This year he was the team coach as well as president of the N.E.C.K.C. Paul Lake, this year's captain, a first kyu brown belt, was an inspiration to us all. He led us well into our vic- tories in this year's tourna- ments. This is also Pauls last year. but there are others to fol- low in his footsteps. Steve Palmer, a sophomore. 278 Steve Connolly is already a first kyu brown belt and has been a driving force in the club. Donna Jenkins and Gloria Mieli, both green belts, deserve special mention. These girls worked hard in class and always did their best in the tournaments. Ken Lown was secretary and Wayne Harmon was treasurer of the club. Both are second kyu brown belts. The Karate Club has come along way from its beginnings, years ago, and it is the hope of all karate en- thusiasts that it will continue to grow and reach the promi- nence that collegiate karate deserves. if .usnauefaiv sNlass PIRG .vv ass PIRG is a non-profit, student advocacy organi- zation that has worked for po- litical and social change in Massachusetts since 1972. Responding to Ralph Nader's challenge to create a mechanism for effective citi- zen action, students have or- ganized PlFlGs to confront the major consumer, environmen- tal and energy issues of the day. The 1960's showed the vi, Luau I '13 aio enormous potential which students have for resolving social problems because of their energy, ideals, and power. Students of the 1970's inherited the potential and added the understanding that an unorganized movement without adequate funding, ex- pertise and continuity would be incapable of realizing its full potential. Mass PIRG provides an in- stitutional structure through which students can pursue public interest projects de- signed to change and improve society. ln addition. PIRG of- fers students the opportunity to integrate classroom knowl- edge with practical experience by solving social problems and developing citizenship skills through the application of theoretical models to a variety of experiences. im. E .,'.,, . . , ' 4 i .rc-ml I uslim Q W Students F ,, V, Qqff 'IW !lf-2.1: l .F M 5 Y K Af , -71 i U 'Vi ' A ,t S I photos Joe Veccmone 280 Q Xwj r .V V. 4 me 1 "' up . Q' . ..-., 'hymg 4 'A' io A K va' la V N LL in ,Q U' ,' lv' 1 V 1 I . 'Yrs' X ' . W,-Q' . -f , - v K J. Q 'K i J Q ll Q L 4' ' , 5, 2 kv ., A I aff- i , , W f. ' 1 K ' . mf Y Q 9 ' ,kuvtfi ,.1 "tic f! .1.xQikgf"u 3, 6 . 1 5' Founded in 1902. Omicron Pi stands as strong novv as it did 75 years ago. The Brotherhood proved this by rallying together to rebuild their Waverly Avenue home after it was gutted by fire. The brothers pledged in August of '76 and officially opened the school year with the annual Shea Stadium Party. The O Pi bums made their appearance on Saturday night of l.PS,C. weekend and took first in the Chariot Pace on Sunday. O Pi closed the month of November by taking the football championship for Mike Ciccone Joe Cleary Brian Coneery David Cain Peter Cote Frank Dioclato Ken Dodley Phil Facendola Dave Guerra Ken Healy Pon Johnson Ed Marowski Gerry McAndrevvs Peter McNaughton Jack Morrison George Nigro 281 T-Va-f . f -for? ia '., ill ip, ,, 5'9" . ,f gg T Q rf? 5 F ' 5 the second year in a row. During second semester. C Pi saw its first midyear initia- tion, and pledge show, fol- lowed by several of the biggest open band parties on campus: the Firemarrs Bail and the No Name. O Pi closed '76-'77 - with Formal Weekend -the biggest bash of the year. Seniors gradu- ated and nevv officers were elected but there was no time or reason for sadness. To be an O Pi brother is a lifetime honor and the bonds last forever. Archon John Grady Senior Member Jim Kelley Junior Member Kelvin Kellel Treasurer Mark Szen Recorder Larry Morin Historian Lenny Cossete Marshal Mark Conway IFSTC. Hep Art Harding House Manager Gary Smith Ned Oliver Paul Olson Steve Pollack Bob Hevnolds O.T.T. S ! 1' N ? is fi I :AW-I 'IL mfg 1? it 1-is Rich Lacoste he Organization of Teachers in Training intends to extend and broaden the educational training of all interested people in the education program. The club members have been involved in many activities since the club's beginning in November of 1976. Club members have participated in such activities as a trip to the Children's Museum in Boston, the Merrimack Valley Fleading Workshop held at the Campbell School in Dracut, and a lecture on Chapter 766 by Sandy Myrik. Projected activities for the O.T.T. include guest lecturers and field trips of interest to those in the educational field. Cheryl Bernier - President Ann Marie Monette - Vice-President Janet Tgibides - Secretary Maureen Kenny - Treasurer Laura Robinson Gail Richardson Judy McGann Pat McLaughlin Kenneth Boisvert Jean Tuccellu Rena McManus Julie Whittenberger Dave Keane Kitsy Polianites Anita Perron Nancy Wojtas Mary Ann Delany Donna Mailloux Cheryl Kuchar Helena Pearsall Lynn Unger Donna Cardoso Marie Chapman Virginia Borelli Eileen Gray Sandra Lumb Maryann Harnisch Virginia Eckland Margaret Joyce Carol Roman Helen Gibson S. Manguno 282 Donna Vinal Judy Zuber Mary Flesendes Mary Sullivan Cindy Morin Cindy Loulakis Cindy Mullen Kathy Messina Ellen Quinn Liz Somerset Rose Berard Joyce Liakos Dan Abdulla .Ml President- Charles Bell Vice-President - Brian Cullen Secretary - James Limperis Treasurer - Rob Creegan House Manager - Mark Hone Senior Warden - Edward Smith Junior Warden -- Peter Donlan Peter Abraham Tim Beauchemin Marc Biron Dan Briengan Jack Connally Richard Creegan Steve Daigle George Dristiliaris John Fairbanks Red Fanning John Gannon Dean Gimaldi Peggy Shanahan Tom Hajjar Gary Hammond Roger Lamoureux Tim Malouf Paul McNeely John Noyes Paul Penerian Mark Flaumikaitis Paul Flobitaille Alfred Saucier Rick Strand Mark Umphrey I 283 Phi Gamma Psi aving fun in summer when work is a bummer, the Marine Club hikes, to the Cape on bikes, the toilet seat on Pawtucket Street, waiting 'til 5 to go to the dive, the lull of dawn on Satur- day morn, the local spitoon in the afternoon, sapping our brains on Wednesday night trains, Friday, the books are dropped for the Brook, Al's big feed and Cosmos creed, l.F.S.C. and kit for free, Choral comp Kings, vicious Vikings, crammin' for Stats, cheering the Pats, the cold winter thaw, rearing and raw, Mell's for Schilitz, spares off splits, more kit at the frat, get lit at the Rat, smokin' a bowl at beaver patrol, Daytona in spring for one last fling, Alumnis return with no money to burn, Spring Formal rewards in the shape of awards, missing a credit. Can't we forget it? But don't you re- member? Come back in Sep- tember. . . hi Sigma Rho President- Colleen Griffin Vice-President - Nancy Glover Secretary - Dolores Regan Treasurer - Mary Ganley Maureen Anctil Donna Casali Carol Celeste Jill Doyle Donna Gacek Donna Mensigian Janet Miller Margo Notini Deborah Williamson P hi Sigma Rho Sorority founded in 1938 under the original name of Phlame be- came the first textile sorority in the United States. The goals of the sorority are to bind together in friendship the women of the University and to render services to our community. We are also a social sorority actively participating in in- tramural sports. We have also held functions such as our scavenger drunk, cinema night, cocktail night, skating par- ties and picnics. We are proud to be members of Phi Sigma Rho. Our two important service projects were the Christmas party at the Fernald School for the mentally retarded and the WLLH benefit basketball game. We kept active socially by par- ticipating in intramural sports and holiday functions such as our scavenger drunk. 284 Photography Club . 'W fm 4 4 :Q-1 ' 'T 3 1.,..f . -1 'X 33. ' . ., M- ty K .' x 1. Al A3 ,V I 7 0 'DEV' tex -4 Y S. Scoles iSecretaryi J. Mussgnug QCD Vice Presidentj D. Haydock qPresidentJ K. Waddicor iCo Vice Presidenti J. Murdock qTreasureri B Allen D St. Hilaire D Doran J. Fernandez S Brossi D Bomanelli D Snook L. Prentice B. Dion M. Moloney D. Chin T. Vinik B. Peterson B. Boy B. Joshi J. Walkinsha Advisory G. Adornato D. Boldi D. Button M Deacon w qFacuIty C. Downing C. Hantzis K. Horton W. Hotte L. Krutchkoff T. Pacella J. Patterson K. Verfaille C. Winslow W. Ziemba J. Shantilal T. Rowe J. Segedy 285 Pi Lambda Phi Paul Baroni Steve Belisle Roland Gamache Ken Guillmette Frank Hellmuth Paul lmbergamo Jim Jonas Pete Kogut Rick Mahoney Rick McManimon Dave Pleva Steve Rock Dennis Roddy John Steele Bob Thomas Dave Walsh Rick Wilkie Mark Yates REX: Chuck Faraci ARCHON: Phil Guerra K.O.E.: Les Gardner Recording Scribe: Dave Filosa Corresponding Scribe: Ray Porter Marshal: Randy Olsson I.F.S.C. Rep.: Don Flanders House Manager: Ed Glasheen Steward: Jim Howe hen this place was known as Lowell Textile Institute, a group of men formed a fra- ternity known as Sigma Omega Psi. As the school changed, so did the fraternity. By becoming a national fra- ternity, broader and more in- ovative concepts of brother- hood were brought to this col- lege. These strong bonds of brotherhood are difficult to put into words, but rather must be experienced in order to fully appreciate the term "brother- hood". Understanding how to give and take is the basis for all achievements. This year, the "House on the Hill" has seen many changes. We can sit back and re- member: the football season, the Halloween party, the Tea, the Christmas party, the Hay- ride, chainsaw songs, the Weekend Warriors, fraternity trains, Winter Hell Week, the Conclave, open band parties, University Day, the Spring Formal, Open House and so many other happenings. When college days are long gone we will remember 'the guys' - our brothers for life. Zhu. S. - wr 4 phi Phil-l Ml Q . . ' Q , 4 u . . 1 1 . ' F I . . N L g .4 . . ,IN A ' 1 . I. A x ' ' -Z Lf' .I " . 00X . . l ' I ta H - 27 x ,K A .,x H 'in' , 3 287 Sigma Kappa Epsilon OFFICERS: President- Nancy Dzedulonis Vice-President - Liz Demetriou Treasurer - Nancy Ashe Corresponding Secretary - Anne Barrett Recording Secretary - Heather Crossley Assistant Treasurer - Judi Allson Assistant Secretary - Peggy Rivard Chaplain - Mary Barrett Sargeant-at-Arms - Lynn Elliott Marsha Anganes Carol Brown Linda Coomas Linda Comtois Marilyn Cusik Debbie DeLuca Peggy Dolan Nancy Ford Alice Howard Sandi Kelly Janet Lacharite Priscille Lemieux Leslie McEvoy Gloria Miele Grace Miller Stephanie Pagones Joanne Pelletier Cindy Radula Audrey Welch Cheryl White '- ,. MM ' Nd- . 9' as 2 fl! I.-f I 1 . Ai H J. 1.. . U " F irst semester found us par- tying at the Rat, bowling at Brentwood, throwing a pledge party at the Dom Polski, shavecreaming Phi Psi, toilet- papering DK, partying with Sig-O, preparing our annual spaghetti supper, wenching at ZBT in Brookline, welcoming 6 new sisters, grieving over the loss of a house, following the Yellow Brick Road to victory at IFSC weekend, presenting the screaming EKE's at choral competition, winning a keg of beer at the IFSC Olympics, singing Christmas carols with Phi Psi in President Duff's house, getting in the Christ- mas spirit at the Nabnasset Country Club, skiing at Gunstock. 288 Spring semester saw more bowling, happy hour at the Walbrook, Wednesday nights at Georges rushing, dancing at the VA and Renaissance Club, The Celtic's game, the party with Omicron Pi, dining at Chinese restaurants, pot- luck suppers, the on-campus tours, our booth at spring car- nival, our annual Semi-Formal, and canoeing on the Concord River. Those who are graduating take with them memories that will last throughout their lives. Those who remain, will pre- serve the spirit that makes Sigma Kappa Epsilon what it is. The bonds created here are everlasting, never to be bro- ken. .Ml ' Sigma Phi Cmicron xmu . A '-" 145-..1,,vM Q . . . Damn, it's cold in here . . . Townie tape deck, thieves-2, Sig-O Good Guys-O . . . 4:00 A.M. Christmas tree raid . . . "But officer, I was only following them" . . . Party with EKE . . .The Gong Show . . . l.F.S.C. Weekend . . .Hey, Jeff, would you mind keeping your car away from mine? . . . Ed's 16 second game ifiascol . . . Dick's L.. .Ji tranny . . . Party with Alpha Omega. . .Where's the phan- tom? . . . Philco T.V. ripoff re- pairman . . . Hoss' new car . . . The pocket rocket . . . Party with Lowell cops . . . match of the week . . . Moose vs. Ralph Nadar . . . How many tape decks has Joe gone through? . . . North Adams, Mass . . . Scenic Overlook . . . Ski trip to Don's place 289 - 1. T ,Q ,F-,we Q vu- ,yo . ...L .' ' " -f7"5" .-,"r.f-4""'f . . . Thanks, Don . . . Mr. America Contests . . . Bur- beck's Ice Cream . . . Family Products . . . Little People Live On. . .Hell Week. . . Yup, it was some year . . . good times, studying, drink- ing, working, Hellraising. friendships formed that will last a lifetime. Thats Sig-O. . . Non Sibi Sed Omnibus. Good Luck Guys. 'Q .A -LL!'.-1. """"Q Tntn...'. AY" X- Skeet Club 5 f Q ,, 1, - as N. . A 344 Pg, Qt? I 5f','i,,f,h 1 1 Q Siege. 3 .wgtx 'I ll ,. f I f . . - r - 1 . - - , sffwvi- . .!v' , K. 1 .F - '--jg. ' . All' v 2"-na.: -Q A 1k,:g:,1gif' 'fv!': . -rl-,U f K. -'sr JW' 'lin .Jw 7' ' zve I ' X ' gg Q ' .f 5322.-qi 'I -S' 1- ,efh A' N . 1 'fix' A. 1 -...sg-,.,-' Q Q I L.. ,. 2 5 .i?'.""' , I ,":l-'13-ff .RN H2--5' ,,4,' 4 ,,.'-'-C . ' A, 1. 'C - --f '- 0, . . - n. H- -' Ja. ,.. as '-. -M-.. . - - . 15:-H na-V . 1'-14,-F - photos Frank Stemporzewskl 290 . A 4 , ' ...xfili 7 'c A vp "ali ' ,. -. 'Hari I I 1 'T' 1 ' ' ' 1 v lirax .Q- I . - 1, . .. U ! 1 -:I I. Q 6 1 Q J 1. s ' L S. M. E. fi.- , ,l , H- inf.: if 5- ff Lw:i 'A ' Nr 'P ' ' -J 1-,Kms -3?-'Sf'- bfi,- Pich Lacost he Society of Manufacturing Engineers is an international organization with 45.000 members in thirty-five countries and more than 200 active chapters. As a professional society, SlVlE's function is to follow and assess the trends and developments in manufactur- ingg then to interpret, publish and distribute the information. It provides a common ground and focal point from which manufacturing engineers and corporate managers can share ideas, information and accomplishments. Officers: 1976 Chairman Frank Mann Vice-Chairman David Simoneau Project Chairman Thomas Deal Secretary Pamela Ashman tco.-sec.l Janet Miller Treasurer Robert Santos Recruiting Chairman Antonio Campo Faculty Advisor Prof. A.J. Ainsworth 291 Spanish Club Mary Ann Bond Diane Brouliette Maria Catanzaro Dierdre Doran Sandra Evans Oscar Lebron Betsy O'Brien Niel Patrick Nancy Satakos Jean Tucelli I QY Sh th l - Sports Car Club ,....vv-'l"""" 'i 'K' I Q " . I' FN 1 1 P2112 he University of Lowell Sports Car Club was founded as a social organiza- tion for those who enjoy motoring sports. Throughout the school year the Club holds eight main sporting events, all called the "Rallye". A Flallye is not a road race or any type of a high speed event. It does not even require that the participants drive a sports car. A Flallye is a driving event which requires that the occup- ants lonly a driver and a navigatorl of a competitive car follow a set of unrehearsed di- rections over ordinary, some- times extraordinary, country roads. Usually the most scenic are used. The basic objective is to follow the directions without getting lost. This type of rallye is the simplest form. 293 lil' Many variations are used by the Sports Car Club. A rallye is never that complicated that the entrants will not have an enjoyable afternoon. and is never that simple that a novice can win by luck. The Club also has several autocrosses a year. The fastest time through an obsticle course determines the winner in this type of event. '! rf I om Aida J. in f fi .,., .1 .lf ,-,. .H I L 3 'S r'Q ,w3Q ' . . 1 I "' 'A ff:-:ff'i:.g Q' - ' is '. f a l g al. .,,vl ww 6 . 3 -1 ,rr it 3,4 J gif? 2 iii I ffwgr 9 U94 associate editor ELAINE GILLAN . , In business manager DOREEN MacDONALD associate editor DAVE SAUL STAFF SOCKS and IVIASCOT head photographer RICH LACOSTE Staff Debbie Aclin Ray Lenox Tom Bezigian Bill Manchenton Julie Carignan Allen Mowatt Mark Christianson Mike Mohan Phil Harizi Bill Sapone Ken McKee Frank Sternporzewski Roberta Lee Roddy Trull 294 ,,,,,,1..- E, -:Q ..., . K in 1 The Sojourn I f X 1 f i J l PM 7735- i . t - 1 V ctw- 1 Y ' J--,tn , ' ,Q , '4 by-Z, 9, 'il ' ' 'A it . , . ' A' t: P7051 'P A ,gl l 'fl l n -5 - , 1, I Av""""""'M photography editor JOE VECCHIONE editor-in-chief PEGGY SHANAHAN Contributors Carla Albertelli Richard Allen Cheryl Bernier Joe Blonski Annie Breshnahan Richard Caliandro Steve Connolly Gerry Durkin Dean Grimaldi Randy Hecht Lois Josselyn Carol Kivlan Craig Letourneau Ellie Mahoney Donna Willett Patricia Patenaude Peter Psareas Gail Richardson Louis Salamone Cathy Shanahan Corinne Shanahan, '70 Patty Swenson 295 Y ou are holding, our years work. It is a timepiece - yesterdays' today. We hope that opening this book will always give you a good feeling. . .and perhaps a slow, thoughtful smile. Student Senate and Court 'y,,X"'vHi ', Y" " ,, ' 'T F 'jim' Q , ' 1- - ,, H r K ,I-,Y-:L - , -N -Qt yy -ii .-,W gi Q. 3, '14 , 5 - ,L ,vf .f . , A , it ,Qi- , 1, 3 'ay sri: . .u jf-7 1cj'.:.f.gi .lf .. X f ,. . .1-1 ' 52" ' .fm Q .rt -T., N fu ' f""'- 'gl i x,,, Q- .f,,1 ,gb 4 ' -.- 5 4. , 1: ,-X - , . J., M gy - ,I 1 .1 .-V h ' C - t t an or t V at l fm, V l gr .4 -V ,-.Q w , 5, if rf, ' . tuv , ., 4' f .3 4, , , 2 -r J in sa ' VT l "Jn . - " ' X 7 -if Q ' elf n J -. 3' 2' -M ,' if r . ,i - ' ' , :W ' fl 11442 - A ,J if . ,, 'li-,'f'A 5 - 'LL' rag? 'L if " 'in-uni' Mark Morse, President Deborah Benson, Vice Pres. Meg Morse, Secretary Thomas McGrail, Treasurer .g7' Senators Ann Barry Lorraine Bechtel Elaine Burke Terri Colleran Marie Demers Veronika Demers Cheryl Dickerson Audrey Diette Ken DiPoto Michael Favaloro Donald Flanders Stuart Gray Warren Hotte Carmina Londono Vilma Londono Devorah Long 296 Bich McNeal Kathleen Pender David Torry Jenny Touiiopolous J.F. Welch Plobert Zappulla Court Mike Musso, Chief Justice Doug Azarian Cindy Larose Mark Levine Ken McShane Carolyn Murray Jim Price Joe Pyne Joe Sexton sl ft-Q . , x .. l wr Joe Vecchio e i i i l l l l i l l i l l l l i l i I l l l i l W Tau Kappa Epsilon Officers: Prytanis John Barry Epi-Prytanis Thomas McDonald Grammateus Joe Blazevich Histor John Sherman Pylordes John Pless Hypophetes Ted Levesque Hegemon Jean Desrosiers Crysophylos Mike Callery Cyrocus Richard Dugan au Kappa Epsilon is the largest international fraternity in the world. Founded in 1899. its rapid growth and expansion has established 314 active chapters throughout the United States and Canada. Mu Epsilon is the University of Lowells Tau Kappa Epsilon Chapter. Over 110,000 men have been initiated into Tau Kappa Epsilon. Lowell boasts over 170 of those men, in less than 1Oyears. Some active chapters include ones in every state in the country: Purdue. Cornell. Rutgers. Syracuse to name a few. Top TKE's are men such as Danny Thomas and Ronald Reagan. TKE is a brotherhood concerned for the growth of the University and community. More than that, it stresses the importance ofthe individual. striving for development of character. self-worth and esteem. Table Tennis 'Ai' Q ggi A 1...-n A , X 5 ' "" ' 'lf 3 , 298 V Q 'n 1 Peggy Shanahan 1 , x -I ' Fw -',. y iii'ifiv1w.ui ll ' Veterans Club P V l 1 I 4 1 x t, 1,1 ti wiki lg has I ,ts -1, .-2 i if , we 9 f P r B i he primary purpose of the Vets Club is to improve and promote the academic welfare of all members. To meet this objective. the club offers assistance in academic counseling, tutoring. and emergency financial aid. Com- fortable facilities for studying and recreation are also pro- vided on the North campus during normal school hours. The interchanges of students in differing fields of endeavor often result in broadening the scope of understanding which our University attempts to achieve. Conversations of this type are encouraged and are a common occurrence in the club . . . to the benefit of all participants. .J. U. L. adio station VVJUL began its long, periodically rough, but always rewarding existence with a grant of S200 in late spring of 1952. With these small funds, make-shift and surplus equipment, and the endless efforts of con- cerned students, they were able to go on the air by Janu- ary of the following year. Broadcasting five to seven hours daily from an aban- doned laboratory on the Low- ell Tech. campus, WLTI tas it had been called prior to the creation of Lowell Universityi provided popular music and campus news to the students as an AM carrier current sta- tion at 10 watts. Oh November 4, 1968. VVLTI was given FCC approval, and assagned a frequency of 91.5 Fl-Ji waves Their programming then included student con- dticlied shows. local and cam- rius news. and various public ailbpifs giirings ln addition, the s riff able. for the first is-wwe tlie immediate 'ft and cover events as they occured. Among the first and most notable of these live broadcasts was the stu- dent demonstration centered about the controversial man- datory enrollment of all fresh- men in ROTC, ln September of 1972. their power was increased to 1700 watts and they finally began broadcasting in stereo and they were to reach the bulk of the greater Lowell community: 1974 saw the creation of LA- COIN a federally funded com- munity affairs service. This grant expired last year. but VVJUL remains the Sunshine Hour. a LACOIN created pro- gram which caters to the el- derly. LACOlN's existence within our radio station has distinguished it from others in its sensitivity to the surround- ing communitys needs and in- terests. In July of 1975 the University of Lowell became a reality. VVLTI passed into memory and VVJUL began. The year 1976-77 has brought live sports broad- casts, a new air studio Disco Night at the Flathskellar, clas- sical programming. the exit of LACOIN, a new coat of paint for the station walls and. of course, the change in call let- ters form WLTI to WJUL. Dave O'Leary is the present General Manager following Nancy Wolokowitz, the first female General Manager in VVLTIX WJUL's history. The staff of WJUL works hard, but the re- wards are many. Aside from the practical experience gained in learning how a radio station is run, WJUL provides a relaxing atmosphere in which to listen to some good music twithout the trying commer- cialsl, and share in its opera- tion in any way. lt was creative. talented but above all, sin- cerely concerned students who made college radio pos- sible at our school twenty five years ago: it is this same in- volvement alone. which will in- sure the progressive and re- warding continuation of an or- ganization which has been so beneficial to us all. People, once gone, U Leave behind tracesg Scraps of random associations which call them to mind. , ' eg, f "' Aiinviance ,og S ' t . i But friends leave for every minute Something specifically warmg Fiemembrances of Winter Smiles that wash each distance obscure. Ellie 301 .L -. ' 5 Poggyshmahan I x MHA" 0 is a classy word for the Ambzance atmosphere around us. xl If ZX ,..-2-U am R . 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Q 9 ' ' 5 A ,Ig "sl 8- Q, R E gk J V1 ""di!c1 X r 0. , O 1 1 1 Aol ' I 7 ' 'txt " Q" u .O ,sm Oy' X15 Q t W 0 O5- - . wlvv' uv.s U if 4 Q .! v I O O 5 1 Q 4 4 v 'i O .O l N l I , 'ji I 5 695. .ff - .java , :S X tl' 1 ' 1' lf L .lg 1 ' s 1 ' sq lg --Q A 'L' ' 1 5 -Aug4 If lv s Mark Chrustuanson -4 x' Shanahan I Q-Q. .. -+- xu I. The weather in New England Changes often and extremel Thats why some people hate it here why others would never move. Our moods can bejusta variable. A late afternoon shower can make us pensive. we can become irritated by puddles. potholes. and the careless wind around the Towers. On good days there seems t be more people around. They sit or on 'the wall' at South. or the steps at Cumnook and seem to smile more easily. I w S. . .,. As we live and do, .. ,.,,.,., f.-..,,.,., ,,...,,.,.,.., -. .. Q.-4-.,:q.v.nzw A.. . 4. -wg.. ' ...lnmtkxw 1+ "IS"q,.. W. 0-4' I L 5' ! H if . .Y-s' -. , A , ' 'Q --r- :r :""'Gh' 30:11- Q -. -- fh .lu we make the atmosphere around us. F452 . -.. if A, 11' .--..- 1-5 , 1 , - , 1. uv, fi? 'll' 4,51 Mgt , . A l5Ya!"I'.1' --,,, f"'Z"rw- we 5 r-Fff' 5 -'rrsrflffll v.-. M. ' ,vu , u rx 'H 'Witt 3 pq ,Q A M-1'-5 ,l.'..,. ' 'cv f-- a - a,,?"fS4' v- I ' " ug Y ,,,5....-. S it-9 'a , V '. Q. ' - A "-fffs' 3+ li 4 x V , " -Q 'a 7513, 14. A and "Au-. ..' Lnw.o . sf' . . Vu.. U fwfr rt- N 1 .I L - A. 4 -e,4 , - Lv ., "' 'bv 1 H44-." '- ' as, Q- - -- 'MA -, ' q'Iu, b!4u.,.Q-... -lf. A X Q if 'Tin 5 editors note: This portfolio was made possible by the response to the fol- lowing notice placed in The Connector. SOJOURN NOTICE lf anyone responds to this notice, the 1977 Sojourn will include a special section featuring the finest student works in color and black and white photographyg art: poetry and prose. This is not a competition!! lt is an effort to bring out the best and give it credit. Please reply to Box 807lNl, 5146lSl, or call 459-4075 after 6:30 pm. e.',' -- Portfolio X . ".1-Q-.Qifhiff 1 A 'ffggmifexa 1 train by F rank Wy1na11 979 photo by joe Vecchione ,78 ,BI lx .fr ', ,- ,- w ,','- Kgs'- ,n 71.-r ,A , Efiiff 3':1"" f QL E' ' R 'N-.4 'Q' 'P , v z 4 it VA, ' , N p,i..N,. . - ww ,mm -If: .9 ' -. pu It 9 -5 Q S .1 ' -':'A. . . ' ' Q Jw 1 v- fir., g K. . Q .Q W I 1' ' W N11 Q ' ' I N vs q 0 H N 1 'v:'4:f1A"'A," .A X4 , Wo 'i' ' ' 1 , 11 . :P 0 ir 0 .T ,L If '... l ,P ln' ff .. - I ' ' . 'Zu 9 fsigflta ,. 4.-A-Wn1,.."1 , Q' MW MNH' ' . KS , it ' . 5 I .' ' U '.' I 0 Q ,. '. " ' ' - n s - "M M .I ' . 4 Q s , I'u 1 J 0 N .5 ' 'J' ' . 'A buf, 7. , Q :Q Roddy with Roddy: A self-portrait by Roddy Trull 322 ' A .sl - wx , gf' 1 X, VH 4 , 'G .MM-', '95, ' ,Q M gs 35, :fi 1 r 1, M 8 'v , lfivv . . 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Al Mowatt 378 GO BUT SOFTLY Go not quickly into this new land She is young, untried, yet tired of war So many have assailed her times past Go but softly, and wait lf you tire of patience, the goal is not yours All the heat of your war-engines cannot melt Down her doors Go but softly, and wait If you but wait, and nurture the growth ln her of your delicate planting Her portals shall be opened, her king welcomed in All her riches giv'n up to you freely The cool green of her garden the wealth of her love Joshua, yours, if you So but softly, and wait G. Noll 337 l Q-5-1:2 S .. v ., . - , .,, , f.-.1-H-:'.:: ...,--.-v.---. - V - '- urs' . -ra, -1' fi:-f ,- ' wx ,Aa AMN saws: -X t v -- --13,n:,52ig,,fz,.-..a,. Ag v- ff ish -. Q iff?-l?'.5:Q9i73IC533..af .... ,.,-.- .. EMA .,,.. L7 rvfg,-. -1, i-gV,,3,P Iagfyf. iii! 1 1"--i'z2?.?f'A.9?7?31 71" ' ' i Q we-12-.aff uw Q ' 4, . ffl-rf'-' ,35:lgC4,g1-,643 Ci" ' 5 N , Q .f ..,,5" a , A-vw rv , . , , T I M? 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Where will you stay While rivers run and days eat days And while stars are pining ,..h..., 4 'G l N 1 Mark Chustnanson xg Peggy Shanahan 1 J!! Hu In hopes more true and hearts more gay In love that is stronger and brighter than day In hands that heal and thoughts that play , k 'Qu va :spam , ' Q uv : '- ' I 'Q-:gi-'lx 5 , 3, mi ,. -2 g g'Q9", 0 I 0 - 4 x . 5 , 'v " - Q in - .0 4. 'V 'M v 5--V -- 4- ' - 5-Q3 Y -0 " ' v -5' .--7 0, A L -4-I' '-.'- .K L" -405-. -- - "' -1- ' .ar - . Q I' ,, i . V ' as ' . Ls. I -Q ' Q 1 ... - ,, . I- -g,J2?f""j1pg, , - ' M .A 'f'.2E5ip1ifn1-l ,::1f? 5. t .,-,..,, , , - --. s.-fa mfr, ' fo, . . N ..- -f' -. 1 -. -- ,- . ,a ' ' Fr' r r r 'f""'Mf"-r-" l vi .-f5ff1wr'f1-.-aff fffJ4a'faf...:.gf.i-Q .,r-tavffsz'-m:.+atK4F::5affx: ' f -we R'c"lAsos1v K I I 1, 1 -4- '-'VN nf! In all eyes shining. -cami QQUFXRTG -X Gm Why do we talk of go and stay? We will all be here till here is there J'-,,... E-ff: ' 4 251' ', -:4' - I X ' f Z I X G . 1 1 ' - I! 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