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

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N 1 N X V XX Y ' X X 4' T5 I 'Zi S X U , ' xx, t X 'x NST!! , j 1-g,"X x -N -x s ins. F 7 1978 SOIOURN EDITOR Peggy Shanahan ASSISTANT EDITOR Terri Bedard PHOTO EDITOR Al Mowatt SPORTS EDITOR Phil Tessier BUSINESS MANAGER' Randy lay PHOTOGRAPHY Rick Allen Mark Christiansen Eamonn Hobbs joe Vecchione PRODUCTION Bruce Arakelian Diane Franciose Cathy Shanahan ARUVTMG james Donohoe, Administrative Dr. Barbara Miliaras, Faculty P 1978 by Peggy Shanahan part of this book may be uced without the express permission of Peggy Shanahan the Assistant Dean Students of University of Lowel- owell uusetts. This b xiayprinted in United States o rica by H ter Publishing Co. o Q. s Wi ston-Salem, North Carolina. I This edition. . . sections. One is a review of happenings during the 1977f78 academic year, while Two combines the traditional senior, sports, and organizations sections. Three is a A collection of faces and places that explain themselves X 1 23 . . . is divided into three principle to those who know them. K XY' , ' Ixxf ,il ii l A 1' L S it x., X -. 1 Q , X E lx ,I Q, X 7 lrl. X "TV X , l 'N' Q -4 i l ll g N . l l 7l Ai fi NJ BILLY CARTER ixty-three hundred undergrads come back to school . . . Charlies Angels come back to T.V. without Farrah Fawcett Majors . . . Meal plan rates increase . . . Ernie Kaknes goes on the chopping block again as Student Trustee Tom McGrail calls for investigation of Ivy Hall Caterers . . . Pele and the New York Cosmos win the North American Soccer League Championship . . . Billy Carter comes to Boston to promote 'Billy Beer' at the Miss Piggy Pizza Pageant . . . Manson prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi speaks at Cumnock and is interrupted by one of a series of bomb threats plaguingthe University. . .Soap premiers on A.B.C. . . . -1 5 THREATS 3 3 ' 5 -1 --1 iss' W CHARLIES ANcELs Q 'ilk 111. KAKNES ON- THE .flak I ULowell C.D. Cyber 70 "v'ln-vibe.-in l My PM V l if D . lv" ff if . " Q M Zilla. fi s 5 ' is H f ijt!-,xik' PEP. Z, :.iitmSm'4NsQ3ai if ii gi.. wal. yer' XX,-ei ly ff. E-i ffs.:M?'.s:g's wtgti, .f if f D xl 1. ', iff' X -,E'h' . 'Ji ,'4XR' i-we ,f Q 2 '+QA 3 "eff 3931. "Tiff 'uf-ftp i - T 5.41 fix A. .. , ..f.k,,,,-f.-W4-mfng..,g4,A,L 4 G Nbjx 5 Q ikti ,- A 5 .. 'iii-gif ' K., x ill' Q. ULowell punches new 56011000.00 Control Data Cyber 70 Computer and new programs are instituted in Criminal justice, Physical Therapy, and Interdisciplinary Humanities . . . New York Mayor Abe Beame gets pied . . . Thomas Ci. Eliot is appointed Dean ofthe College of Music . . . College of Liberal Arts receives grant for Humanities program in Culture and Technology . . . Lou Brock breaks Ty Cobb's record for stolen bases. . .EthelWaters dies of heart disease . . . ULowell Counseling Center initiates seven workshops and Newburyport songstress Hannah performs on South Campus. . . 7 AIR FoRcE skirt SQUADRANg A ' A 4 x A. . 9,-1 ,454 PRESENTATION OF ANNIVERSARY CAKE Springfield College gymnasts perform in Costello Gym . . .The Marilyn Evan's lounge opens on North Campus with fast-food senfice for commuters . . . ULowell varsity sports are elevated to N.C.A.A. Division II ranking and Mitsakos, Bergin and Droney are appointed to the Board of Trustees. . .Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel is convicted on Ill counts of fraud and racketeering . . . US. Budget Director Bert Lance resigns and gets misty-eyed send-off from jimmy Carter. . .job Fair Industrial Exposition is held in Cumnock Hall. . .A national survey shows that ll million grovvnups are going back to college. . .ULowell salutes the 30th anniversary of the Air Force. . . U.S. Farmlands to yield bin-busting harvest - the government cuts dovvn on acreage . . . The world's deserts are spreading - an international conference in Kenya dikcusses the problem . . .Iapanfs Yomiuri Giants first baseman Sadahuru hits 756th homerun and breaks Hank Aaron's record . . . Israeli psychiatrist Michael Bar says his study indicates that red-heads are genetically inclined to be hot-tempered . . .Arthur Fiedler, hot air balloons, planes, boats and amusements brighten the rainy Lovvell Regatta Festival and so September ends. A Gf 500 . Q-gsfegiiws Terminal -ff ss lassittg ' td I X ,LMA Qg',z'lTlEYRl.lBl sg X y 'Yt:s.zrltSorst. , X y 1 3--1 f ' , , ' g .M X. Lx I t 'lv as I rw iota FAIR Exposmow Eamonn HOW LINDA THOMPSON 4 1 .. fx J. g , -Ba BOATS ON MERRIMACK FOR RECATTA FESTIVAL 25' '35 gal'-"' g J ' s' 5 . -'53, 1 . -1-"',,f ' l , l f 1 ' , 1 - ".,.,-n"v'-',Qff:P f ., S--Q. . -iii. A C ssl 4 -F t'fP.,s-.,ff'-,fg 4' ' ' ' -" '4' : , 1, it 12,2 " - so ' ' A ' ' ' "' ' "1--7g'!5'-' 5545 'sf BOCUS TUG--X-KEG eventeen teams turn out to pull the big rope in the Bougeois tug-a-keg, competing forthe thrill ofvictory and a keg of Miller beer . . . A recent medical study finds that a beer a day helps keep heart attacks Peggy Shanahan ei fx away , . . The Counseling Center sponsors 'New Games' festival on South Campus . . The Yankees win the World Series and Senator john Dalton marries Elizabeth Taylor . . . Arson jumps -40092 in a decade . . . Unemployment is up - Blacks are hit the hardest. . ULowell sponsors 'Hellenic Symposium l,' a major ethnic conference. . .jonathan Edwards, The Poussette-Dart Band and Tom Rush perform at Lowell Memorial Auditorium in the first major concert of the year . . . The University Accreditation Team evaluates U. Lowell and sights problems with underfunding and understaffing . . . Faculty and staff members initiate childrens swim program . . . 1 Y l I I r A 2 S '-C , . .qs . I I uf ' 4 1' l 5 'YE f- Hrtttxic swwiposioxi P-XRTICIP-XNTS scxouris, ourr, otoreottous, koi?-xx, Bexrms, REFlNE, U ' Y: I i I ru - INTERXXISSION -XT SX! Nll3QSlL,lNl photos Peggx Shanahan az' 107 '44-i-""'1 X 41 POUSSETTE-DART EDWARDS, POUSSETT-DART JS ,K -Av' vv-1 1' -x v 1 5. fx A, .. P' ft X 4 - i f V af--X 4' ov, 4' 's 5? 1 N , J. v- ..J ,I 1? 1 qi ,,- fm"-H . 'vlji 4' '-Q K 1 Him A 'li XT' .551 u -vi -25 N . EIMS fl ll' ly I 'lx 44 1 fl Q 1 A A K QW. Il I .- if I gf X I f ,,1'- Hx ' 1 'ESX' 's ij- Llg S www, ,, A- . I if , , , ,,.. I T 5,29 1' vi' V t . ,il r .KSQEAQ , :K u 'Y A,,.',Q,W.,, U V - V4 Q Qgks----L - Q 5 .iikf N.E5:i,x f , , 1 1 fa ?'.i: 1fw .' "af ., ,b 1 y3a,L,'!? Y Q 'A , x?fzQi?f funn 5' . . tis' Y v -'Q f -Q W -I Q 1 f f :Qiff-" 3 1 S 3 2 rf fi' 0,4 , gm A V fart? . FRANK ALIX rank Alix opens for Henny Youngman in the Ratg other Thanksgiving Week activities include the Turkey Trot, Smith Hall Mixer and the South S.U.B. Party. . . The Rat is given rent-free status . . . ULovvell College of Music kicks off its concert series. . .Olympic gold-medalist Wilma Rudolph speaks in Cumnock Hall . . .Anti-gay juicehead Anita Bryant gets pied on national TV hy homeosexual militants . . Miss America Kylene l. Barker names jackie Onassis and the 'girl next door' as her role models . . . On both sides ofthe winning platter parade are Billy joel and the new wave of Punk Rockers . . . 14 ,-Xl Mow HENNY YOUNCMAN 2 f X BILLY IOEL x-,Z T523-1490 'PNB 2 57 I my Il I Alf If - 66 . A I 225-O.. a v u .' , qs N ,ailfffgz F ,,, N z' 1 'X " 33 - , E .ff N ' 1 ' ,a'lQ , 9 i . , N' X 0 QW V Y 4 L i K X X Q 6 X lk n ' -"if Ii 'f X SJ ...cg ,ga 5 1 , X f 6 9 ' RJ 5 Q Q3 A X I R ' P X ' Q KN B 9 ".." 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Cocaine is high in price and popularity - high enough forthe dubious honor of being labeled the new ietset drug by People Magazine . . . Leitch Hall decorates the hopper with a Christmas tree and empty beer bottles . . . America celebrates Christmas without Bing Crosby, Groucho Marx and Charlie Chaplin. fx ,:.':, J,. rl ,',1' f . ll. LEITCH HALL I ,2 K5 5!.fK 'Mg ff if If CVR B97 J CK -5,5 B, Photo 2 I 1 if ya-4'--If-1', as E nwar Sadat is named Time Magazine Man-of-the-Year . . . The US. Government sights that plain old garbage could become a major source of fuel . . . Dolly Parton is voted the worst dresser of 1977 . . .Carter goes abroad and the disco craze explodes with the release of Saturday Night Fever . . . Thousands flock to Memphis to commemorate Elvis Presley's birthday . . . The movie industry offers meatier roles for women . . Radio City Music Hall announces plans to shut its doors forever . . . Efforts to repair the showers in the Towers are stalled . . . England's test tube fetus survives the second month Q utero . . . Lowell's biggest snow slows the beginning of second semester . . . 4 ' " K f- CWMZ. f QQ 'Q K' f Q,",,.ZTX J Xt f Vi ' ,im ,A sf! ?:'i?, M7 W TX . " ldeirei-A f fg. " "-'25 l if aw, , sqm "ist fx V ' f " 'fi-it C 5, X mx . W , . gf 0' X X l X Z . , if J x, xf ll ga R-14 iris- " . f -" fig ll 'f to t' sr. s QQ T li ll ' AU ll X .fy V , . Rx , , , . . ' l " s ' , . . .H . in it ,fig r ' '- 'l v".1:f -' J is Q 4' T. f f' I nf'-ls"ll . E' 1.9 F ,I ' 4 !-:Eff 61 Aavnrlnrr 15 .:ftf"'f' .' IM' alll!! I 'X N " -- .-ggi zf.ia'l.i', xx -1-fm" ""- N iifqlrkfef X 4,4 NX iq., .. A , ' I I wrt ,ffflll Q llIA ' A- c"":f Q' X mf? X I ' f 'ly X U Kdjfrl' .W Q I W ty, , , 1 ' t ,it I 1 j ' W ' O Bl R Je Q 1 ll, ' lil" ' mx x XX ,iq ji kg- ls ft 7, 125 ,fl V 9 'z'- -' . QQ: Y 71 wil' ,.x,. -mf - .ff tw .v ' 1. -. sky sf... Q. X' X 7 I :.Qr5..,.:'4 -,,.i9y" .5 -Q w"'t'f3"-L- SINE? 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I 1 h -...af-f K "TSR: -l1 V--. 2--' V, ALAN BATES, JILL CLAYBURCH PU""L"x Phd" LIS 'Q ET- lT'S C-XLLED 'GETTING A TONY IN THE SNOXNH' Joe Vecchione 2-1 fifx 'S T Typical American Family " 2525 " gf X I f K K ii' 5 wx.-' 1 3 'yr N t . 5 , n ,I ' ll 5-'Qi fd N gf It was mid-morning on Mondax when the snow began to fall I ,' N. X I 1 I nfl. HQ I 1 I J .ski ' 1 Q, U. 3 x-, . ' m N4 S n. ' sq? M"-1., Photos in this section by AI Mowatt I .L livin Q-nf ,'9xa .x,,.Eii V, ,E . :.Q,.. . 1 , 7, - .1 - . - A, 5 ffl i 5 , 'H-UH' ' .F .J -v 1' 733--' Z. " ' 4 aj! 41 pit-, , . ' 7ff'??' .. .,. l ,:.- ,, I 'E' B S" H' V - .35 Wa'-,F I 455 N , rl :gb r '32 VG vw. J l 1 45 , . . 4 A , , A fiifz'-Y .' Eff: 1 W ""F"'9 1. if Q 3. Q' fi' A -- , -Y-J" L . "j-- . - x ., , L X ' U:-:Sz V tw ,Q sv", 1 4 - - - is ' 5. :.+..4- 'Q M - , :V if .3 5 Y I - , ' '-511. 'f , 1' M-'Y ,W Lmxv- 74 A A X sqisw' "' , ' . '-f ' .I fi 4'f..Q- 'Y -3 ' ' F , - L , 'X V lk' 44N-f-,L 5 -211-, M: ,".x - ,L ,1 -' -,fav-. GF", 3 412935 if. . .-I f Afternoon classes were cancelled. Speculations increased and restlessness grew as the storm worsened. The snow blew through coats, doors and windows and blew and blew and blew. . . The Monday night late news at 11:00 had a lead story on the storm with footage showing miles of stalled cars on route 128. They were already terrning the storm ". . . sensational, paralyzing, a record breaker!" and the word from the Cozone was "Get inside and stay there!" photo Peggy Sh.m.ih L A if f 5 . 1' , , v .-,", q 'V , "'-uf' 5 A 0 . if RE , .X Y f I I L. 'i Rx 'ifffir X ,vp . iw, V QF? f '- 4 I4 'f fi 'll . . .V -"5 -,vga 2 ,Y If-'TMI529 5 , 'S .' '- J 'V' ! o N. x. 1 50 me lb X, 5: 7 Z a f 1 A '? O :S ,. F? S FJ A fax Z Q., 4.4 ?f+w5.: f 3'-J: A Gf.,'?Q-5y :ff w. -- Q. X X x f x f 4 Fffaaf-. ' jf' X , 30 fp' .N-av...--., ill, ? ,Qi-:FX X, mx. " - 'ww Q., 'Y' H x-W, X. wif' X "Q 49163 K .ff . g al x -2-N' WV, r not everyone did. 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A Els 'J 1 1 O .1 :fl xii , 4.31. 3 wx 'X X 'I 1 Lg' X i , e L" .ff F I f pf ' .- - an-vii -My 'W iffiff? i -' :mv - ,A . -1 X L- .sf-i ' s Q . ...kt 4-"" School was cancelled early Tuesday morning as it was more than obvious that everything was cancelled except the snow. Afternoon saw the white wind die after 32 hours and 40 minutes of continuous snowfall. Twenty-nine , inches of snow had accumulated with 10-15 foot drifts in some places. The night was awesome and bright with stars that shined on a cool-whip wonderland. ' .. Ov il .f1v. me :I - Q N' -. an sy .g my .-If . rv 9 . ., . Q., ,, .HN , 51. 'VS l mx Q' 1 1 "1 1 A Sf 'Av' A10 4, ,f z, ,f , K . M -. .fy as I l 'Q s Q V V1 K .V A - . ..nik K in S Q Nw , 'nf L Q . l v t ' N- . 4 ' 'vi-. ' s 9 ,Q ' ' ...wg , f , Q ' lvl - -if 3' ig 5 , mari' ,' - - N fi . N a W , 4? V ..:.2.J, -is NS i n A fi 3 . " A 2 Q, V U . 1, ', kW ' , - -- A 4' , F S N L .nu .. , A A .2 Lnwab. S ' A 61... V. ' 1 Km, I ac, A I ,Q .P s . 6- N' 1 0? 7 L A ff . 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Sixteen foot tldes and 69 rnlle per hour winds literally washed away some Coastal communities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and Motu 9951 in Rockport was smashed to bits '- 1 i fs? Everyone had a story to tell about the blizzard of Feb. 6. . . . and they will probably be talking about it for years to come. It was bigger than life. Everything stopped - at least for a while - and some things will never be the same. Nw E':'jh ...A as If ight. ,f .F V X" 'A , A -, i'w,f" 1 fu M-3 J" XJ, U, ,. ra, -A ,- 1 Q '. 33-5 ,, ff' . l 3 2 .i9g,f,,r'J-3. . M .. , , . 1 ,f , 4' 1 I K .,4.,YyM'a , - -ff?-f- gv4':z'1 7 -f-'-I',:?,g ?:iL . ,KTM-ri 4 pw... W wzrwir 'L . , 1-:fra ,,.. I A ', , 34 ,- - '-'Q ' f .y.. , , "ml 6 ... 1 4 1' a . . , , .,a:L.. ,gf.-.f, W., , -A. '4 .C . v..,1y-fs" , M., ' 492' -- , . '-a"x-N,-A 1 ' - . Q ' " ' .aw 'A W 1 3 ,H -fb... Vg, T , -.. f ,-of-fx' --zu. f f Tj " ' ' ,, ' ,Q 4. 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N4 - -C 3' 'Um 2. Urbo c: O -- K' 3 - O ,Q-ooo Nm :H - I ... f-f r-vw G FPO . UQ FD 9, gg-4 323' mi-Omroq 3 Ln Om m'K:5m F. U' 2"-'Z 'DOS Wg ml an f S X f""'i:"X isf gf' Q x ,- ffl ,J "AK it N f 1 ut b sllllllmamf N .E X S f K kt ' QN onin H R f J N f Q X . 76 program offers students another alternative. . . College costs have ballooned by 77'Zn in the past 10 years . . . Famed pianist Bela Nagy plays at Durgin Hall . . . The Crotched Mt. Ski Trip is once again the favorite University Week event . . . V L E S 1 v I , 4.-:fag . 'WP 1 i ,YF-,Q , 5 A Y Y J 'V , ' ., ' 5' V. : f Q4 1 f - ' 1- ' ' ' 'j ,' ff? ,'Z f +95 -,. 1 if ,-2 Q Q.. if -i 4 ' wife 323: 'Q 15' V'-' s VV :4 L ,yr t E 5 ru 'U-gli 313 .751 T517 1' ii "Fi A 5- - . r . 4 . wif .ff Y :fx F As' ' " -' fit 1 x If , 3, A , , SF E 1-7 xg: -x -1 up A ,, ' ' -W ' " I , X in . , , , ' ' ' ,I -1 , , ll '-in: '- , 4 g 'VP I ,V A I E I . fr' V . x " , I, 'Q' af? .' X I4-,-,' - " 'Q'--11'g!.l P 4-1 -5 . 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Giels Band and james Montgomery perform at Lowell Memorial Auditorium . . .Carter considers invoking the Taft-Hartley act to end coal miners strike . . . Queen Margrette of Denmark is found to be pseudonymous illustrator for a 5165.00 limited edition of j.R.R. Tolkiens Fellowship of the ring . . . The kidnapping of Christian Democratic Party leader Aldo Moro stuns Italy . . .H.R. Haldeman suggests in The Ends of Power that Nixon personally supervised the Watergate operation, was in on the cover up from the first, and erased 18V2 minutes of tape showing his complicity. PETER WOLF v -11N Q t 8 '49 ZI9 1, ,Z X! L , TEX. ,,.w,f .Q UM 2 U, rff' 1 bf'-' JAMES MONTGOMERY ,IQ 'M 9 2-64 5 he average American tells some 200 lies a day - no fooling! . . . Count Basie, Ramsey Lewis, Herb Pomeroy and the college of music jazz it up the weekend of the eighth of April . . . Irish Fortnight is held from the 6th to the 15th . . .Alcohol is banned in the south campus S.U.B.. . .The language Department presents Le Spectacle Beaumarchais. . . The Civil Engineers conduct the Concrete Canoe Race . . . Bernie Shapiro runs in the Boston Marathon . . . Mass. Senator Ted Kennedy comes to Durgin Hall to speak about his recent trip to China while Senator Brookes' popularity is one the slide as he makes a worried bid for re-election . . . lesus Christ Supestar is a smash . . . Karl Vvallenda loses high wire gamble. . . Student Government elections are nullified . . . The next Morning asks - "Is there life after Spring Carnival?" N' N -in? Y fo- '45' RAMSEY LEWIS Peggx Shanahan ' g' 1 ELEGANT Peggy Shanahan 'S I LE SPECT -XCLE BEAUMARCHAIS SPRING Peggy Shanahan V s L 1 it Y s. -1 1 i , I ,- ,-, '5 -U, . 5' x 1 f u Q 5 I u I P I -'K X C ous tempe gn 1-5-1. ,ng ,NC gl.. .,.- 'EIJTES CFC riot CGC' T76 -1 N. 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'The Blend' started entertaining from the twelve-foot stage at noon. 'Tower of Power', 'Rizzz' and 'Beaver Brown' followed. Master of ceremonies Chris Rush las bald as he is rudel found the audience interested in his views on sex, drugs, parochial school girls, New York, and Judaism. l-lalf of the students at Lowell and Dracut Highs probably skipped school to watch them. The Dunking Booth, the Car Demolition and the free spiked watermelon drew crowds. There were a lot of people hanging around their friends and styrofoam coolers. Mothers brought kids . . . So many easy faces. RLJSH Peggy Shanahan I ' Q1 ' 3 . " 1 N ,lx 4 CN F31 ' V V -,VN I 4 I R Jn ,N , T F 3 wif' ski , Bliss. I ,L ,TN l, bl . ' 1' ,,.,,,-,.,,h" X 'X -QF l-,-,,,.,...-- g -Xl Ntoxsatt W ,xx XX " l,Qf-f aa TJ A--' Y , .- 3-,,,,.- - N ' f av ALL -Xl MOH att TWIL, 'Q 'W' 3 I 5'-I , 1, WX- W 1' OO fm: 1 8 an in : I K Z ,. 194' J' ff 9: f ali? 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Q . if , ,A up J: 'U' , '91 " - -,,'v" - ' v ' -10'--. 'V' . - '., ' I A , .' i 5. I 7 "'5 . , 3' ' ' . . - WL., f .- J r U. ., -. - Q Q' A ' . A . a s 9 -:Q .Av A ' S o X . .vu A J--":1. 'f' x i I l 1 ,'- ., Q Iv '1 V V -i'l- iffq Q V is 'S if is ,A It-"lx.6l 2 -X RE-XL BUG 6-1 vfen though Volkswagen has stopped manufacturing the bug, coat-hangers and other ad- vances in technologv should keep them alive and buzzing for vears . . . lt is almost time for the last big cram . . . Senior week is probablv the onlv time in ones life when people tullv expect that vou will go out for seven nights in a row to drink and partv , . . No one ofthe worlds ten most beautiful women is under thirtv . . .The world seems to be full of Steve xlartin gags . . . Commence- ment. 4-'-f4"v?P , N wif-' Q 2 f . I K Bruce Arakelian 1 . 7 FIN-XL'-N Peggv Shanahan Il TQ IWW! , xXx S X X gf XXWIWW f 52 SLU f1'.?nB..lm.zc,cL:S' 4,0 R, iq .. is EixsRo014 DOC TRACK mm PM 5 h BOOZE CRUISE - -. Z'-v fa 43 pholowkl Mo sl' FS X, 'Tl !5"Q.,., Q iv! 'Nrrgr' 1 hen members of the class of '78 were freshmen they registered at two different schools. Lowell Tech was a world-famous engineering school and Lowell State had strong liberal arts and music programs. At commencement on june 3, it seemed wholly appropriate that graduates of the College of Liberal Arts uncorked bottles of champagne and blew bubbles while the engineers chanted "Lowell Tech, Lowell Tech" and lit firecrackers. The celebration was the same. ia' 'Qu C""""Q V.. Al Mowatt fz5'. I 'At ff, Y' -swfifglf Aww Y , ' c.f"'gi' x 2 AI Mowart V7 - . i 1 .. f ,-fggfty.. ,+6" ' 's4"!' his A ' 2 'V 'S - v !lifQsvwl 7 I L 5 s 1 I V 5 ff .. 4 -sa-A -7 1 ur" lxlClNSlxl he Presidential Citation for Distinguished Academic Per- formance by an Athlete is awarded to the senior w ho has at- tained the highest cumulative grade-point-average while com- peting in the intercollegiate pro- gram tor four years. Stephen Kicinslxi received this award. The Trustees Key is awarded to Baccalaureate candidates who achieved a four-year record with no course grade less than an Diane M. Fairbrother was the second student in the three-year history ot the University to quali- fy. Members of Who's Who in the class of T978 included Steven E. Adam, joseph l. Blonslci, Terri Colleran. Robert E. Depatie, Robert Desmaris. Mark Eastham Stephanie I-iavouras, Stephen Kicinslqi, Thomas F. McGrail, Pat- ricia McLaughlin, Paul F. Morse. l-larry Riley. Margaret C. Shana- han, Lori Sousa, Jeanne Sturroclt. Mark Szen and Robert Zappulla. - U -fit PM 'Wx A Mow an Q-rf ,473 .J 5-P11 Q: 19?iLLW'5f ii. .. Bi 'P FAIRBROTHER PM imma ff he President's Medal is awarded to as many as six graduating Seniors who have made outstanding con- tributions to the University. Those nominated were joseph 1. Blonski, Kenneth 1. Dipoto, Thomas F. McGrail, Paul F. Morse, Patricia A. Sul- livan, and Robert Zapulla. The Student Government Citation for Distinguished Student Service is awarded to a Senior who has worked without recognition on stu- dent projects throughout his or her academic career for the betterment of student life. The first recipient was Mar- garet Shanahan. Rig l -ll. 1 X '7 Peggx Shanahan .. 'i' K-,.l ioneducationecluc Patricia Adams EM Cheryl Andraktos EP Bette Bahrikis SH Karen Barbett SP james Batchelder ER Kenneth Boisvert EG Marianne Bond El Diane Brouillette SA Mary Brown EP Kim Buxton SM james Byrnes SM Deborah Chadbourne Sally Chevalier ER Eilleen Clancy EP Kathleen Cole EM Gerald Colella SS Robin Dejadon EO lean Depoian EO Terrence Dostie SH Carol Dufresne ER Sandra Evans SA 1oAnneCagnon ER Donna M. 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Andover, MA 01810 Albano, Daniel R. 109 Jaques St. Somerville, MASS 02145 Albertine, Joyce L. 34 Ruthellen Chelmsford, MA 01824 Alise Jr., Anthony A. 1211 Broadway Dracut, MA 01826 Allard, Donna M. 278 Water St. Leominster, MASS 01453 Alleca, Richard A. 16 Perham St. ' Wakefield, MA 01880 Allen, Walter H. 6 Ridge Rd. Hudson, MA. 01749 Almeida, Richard S. 6 Hudson St. S. Attleboro, MA. 02703 Alter, Maxine L. 156 Wilder St. Lf'JV16ll, :Vl.5k. 110 Altieri, Leslie A. 40 X1."ileV Rd. Belmont, Mass. 02178 Amatucci, Michael P. 3 Conrad Cir. Wenham, MA 01984 Ames, Kevin E. 48 Winter St. Tilton, NH. 03276 Amos, Richard F. 34 Richfield Rd. Arlington, MA. 02174 Amos Jr., Charles W. 34 Richfield Rd. Arlington, MA. 02174 Anctil, Maureen A. 9 Harris Dr. Burlington, MASS. 01803 Anderson, Eric B. 119 Randolph St. S. Vifeymouth, MASS. 02190 Anderson, Peter L. 20 Lindor Rd. Reading, MA. 01864 Anrade, Maria E. 453 Lowell St. Lawrence, MASS 01841 Andraktos, Cheryl 166 Stevens St. Lowell, MASS. 01851 Andreotti, Frank P. 68 Hancock St. Bedford, MA. 01730 Andrew, Ted M. Off Milestone Rd. Siasconset, MA. 02564 Andrews, Martha D. 431 Rockland St. Abington, MA. 02351 Angus, Susan M. 30 Rhodora St. Lowell, MASS. 01851 Antell, Thomas J. 30 Holden Rd. Paxton, MA. 01612 Antle, Joyce M. 440 Concord Rd. Bedford, MASS. 01730 Antonelli, Mary R. 59 Acton Rd. Westford, MASS. 01886 Apostolos, Joyce A. 5 Lawn Ave. Lowell, MASS. 01852 Arbuckle, Peter W. 10 Fairmount St. Nashua, NH. 03060 Archambault, Richard G. 26 Smith Ave. Granby, MA. 01033 Arndt, Denise P. 23 Elm St. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Arnold, Edwin, C. Sinai Circle Apt. C12 Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Ash, lbrahim F. U of Lowell Box 808 Lowell, MA. 01854 Ahse, Kenneth M. 34 Stephen Ave. Dracut, MA. 01826 Ashe, Nancy J. 3 Appletree Rd. Tweksbury, MASS. 01876 Astrella Jr., Trin J. 2355 Michigan Av. 342 Pensacola, FL. 32506 Athanas, Vangei 28 Wilson Rd. Stoneham, MASS. 02180 Auciello, Michael J. 16 Fairview St. Newton, MA. 02158 Autenzio, Nancyfaye R. 971 Centrai St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Avila, Joseph F. 4 Pailet Drive No. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Babicki, Karen A. 122 Greenwood Rd. Andover, Mass. 01810 Bacon, Janet 162 Agawam St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Baganski, Diane M. 47 Sawyer St. Methuen, MASS. 01844 Bahrikis, Bette A. 134 Graniteville Rd. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Bailey, Karen N. 340 W. Water St. Rockland, MASS. 02370 Bailey, Thomas L. 535 Andover St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Bajor, Peter J. 25 King St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Bajoras, Deborah A. 20 Lynn St. Lawrence, MASS. 01843 Baldwin, Karin A. 26 Hawthorne Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Barbas, Christine 188 VVildwood St. Wilmington, MASS. 01887 Barbett, Karen D. 132 Butler4St. Lawrence, MASS. 01841 Barbosa, David S. 14 Wilhelmina Ave. Burlington, MA. 01803 Baroni, Paul R. South Monroe Rd. Biilerica, MA. 01862 Barrett, Richard M. 92 Branch St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Barrow, David' C. 90 Brook St. Plympton, MASS. 02367 Barrows, James P. 80 Acrebrook Dr. Chicopee, MA. 01020 Barry, Eliot R. 29 Hillcrest Dr. Dumont, NJ. 07628 ,M ,. 3 A55 A. E. 1- 2 Y' i i! I' is Az fa 4 W I N "' I S A I 7 'Q Q P99 R f .-'fm f rkfiznnfdhiar- QQ- Jl. . 1.13 I' N -,Q fa... .. ww, , ,lam-' 'gg rf .X-. A, .,,v.-,1 V 'xflfzm-.. ,L 95' Q" X . .1-cw Q' J - sf 3 g 5, H3-J.: , ,, R -eq, 5- .Q S 4 , 3 , J swipe F -F' ' WE WI ...- ll 3' 9 3? A LE la L ,W nil vC- i 1, . .L ing 1 x?" 1' 8 si bor Xi-sf el ' 123 . ffaf at 9? -HSF7' 1. Terifx- 1 ""Wv... W -H 5, u ffm 17 cg ,4L' k 4 f-2'-if f L G ar -1 kv , ., , E X A ifxqg. 9:4 .123 1 ,-r. Q 3 'W Rr. r, ,S A iiWE9F! w,,., N! 1 '-. V-2' ,-Q Aa bf, 'flu Evans, Robert L. 15 Puritan Rd. Pembroke MA. 02359 Evans, Sandra C. 510 Merrill Lane Dracut, MA. 01826 Ewing, Christopher A. 170 Main Charlton, MA. 01507 Eyres, Martha A. 15 Dalton Rd. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Fahey, joseph M. 54 Walnut St. Arlington, MA. 02174 Fairbrother, Diane M. P.O. Box 423 Wilmington, MASS. 01887 Fairweather Il, james S. 34 Columbia St. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Faitel, Thomas N. 178 Congress Ave. Chelsea, MA. 02150 Fan, Sea Kuniv of Lowell Box 1672 Lowell, MA. 01354 Farmer, Karen A. 38 Sawyer, Ave. Dfacut, MASS. 01826 Farnum, Jeanette L. 24 Callender St. Cambridge, MASS. 02139 Farrell, William M. 224 Brown St. S. Attleboro, MA. 02703 Fay, Francis M. 35 Wellington St. Marlboro, MA. 01752 Fay, Mark R. 151 Foster Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Fedele, Francis I. 10 Roman Rd. 1.1.-f.burr'i, MA. 01801 116 Feeney, Michael W. 130 Ellis Cir. S. Weymouth, MA. 01290 Felde, Gerald W. 2450 S. Culpepper St. Arlington, VA. 22206 Ferrante, Robert I. 6 lay St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Ferri, Steven V. 4 Patriot Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Ferry, Beverly A. 741 Main St. Dighton, MASS. 02715 Ferullo, john L. 6 True Pl. Woburn, MA. 01801 Fichera, Stephen L. 22 Louisburgh Lawrence, MA. 01843 Fidler, Robert 1. 51 Vogel St. W. Roxbury, MA. 02132 Field, Bradford A. 12 ii 35 N. Main St. Assonet, MA. 02702 Fields, Roland W. 7 54 Mainning Rd. 1 Lowell, MA. 01851 Filosa, David C. g 19 Woodland Ave. ' Milford, MA. 01 7517 Finn, Richard E. J 20 Chickering Rd. . Dedham, MA. 02026 Fiore, jane sq 122 Hanover St. Fall River, MASS. 02720 Fisk, Ronald W. , Worthington Rd. A Huntington, MA. 01050 Fitts, David W. 28 Hayes Ave. Manchester, NH 03103 Fitzgerald, Mary M. 14 Gunnarson Rd. Worcester, MASS. 01606 Fitzgerald, Matthew C. 4 Davis Park Plaistow, NH. 03865 Fitzgerald, William D. 55 Pleasant Valley St. Methuen, MA. 01844 Flake, Marsha L. 36 Fowler St. Dorchester, MASS. 02221 Flammia, Barbara M. 25 Garfield Ave. Medford, MA. 02155 Fleming, Kevin 8 Arthur St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Flibotte, Calla M.i 152 Trull Rd. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Fiorence, William 1. 24 Seventh St. toweii, MASS. 01850 4 ' 7 Florini, Margaret M. ' Hillcrest Rd. Beverly Farms, MASS 01915 Foley, Gary E. 4 Brand Ave. Wilmington, MA. 01887 Foley, William l. 4 Brand Ave. Wilmington, MA. 01887 1 3 W 0. , 7 ff Foo1e,,R1q12iard V . 10 Berhamaf' .9 . 1 7 Medford, Ma. gziss ll Gforbeiff V , lii'i A 37 Maiirvisr. Ashby, MA.p,01 4314 , 1 Ford, Nancyfi. 4 Kenwood Rd, Methuen, MASS. 01844 Fortier, Paul l. 118 S. Loring St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Forziati, Mark V. 27 Cievelancl Pl. Boston, MA. 02113 Fossey, Stephen A. 11 Summer St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Foster, Ann E. 702 Fabulous Dr. San Antonio, TX. 78216 Fournier, Marc V. 54 A. St. Lowell, MA. 01851 Frain, Maura E. 79 Sherman St. Lowell, MA. 01852 Francis, William 309 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, Mass 01854 Franco, Charles C. 976 Robeson St. Fall River MASS 02720 Francoeur, Paul 1. 39 Horseshoe Chelmsford, MASS 01824 Frappier, Elizabeth 1 55 West Fifth Avef Lowell, MA. 01854 Frazzetta, john.M. y 30Sti.1art Av. I wasnt, MA. 01826 Fritz iii, Edward li. 21 Cedar Rd. N. Hampton, NH. 03862 Fronzak, Matthew 1. 88 Salem St. , Reading, MA. 01867 Fuller, Gregory A 37 l.lf'lWOOCl V 1 Andover, v,fFusco, iiii F 106 Gregndaiecgt, 'Q 01424 1 Gacek jr., Walter F. if 72 Totman St. Lowell, MA. 01854 ' Gadomski, Frederick j.. 72 Ruth St. ' New Bedford, MA. 02744 Gagne, Carol A. 110 Merrill Ln. 12 Dracut, MA. 01826 -9.4. I 4- 'Nr' urei. F L Q' 2 5 . k ,g ' fri J 5 1 .53 'f-ps, Q: f il-f cf. -.qxxltv A W ,N :wx 90 lan VR Q Q v4,- V' 4 4 L 501 ASQ ' 3' ' 33 ,15 Y te f i N f In +R if? .rt fgmmaw 9 'SY wr L f' 1 2. f K V . ir ..,,. Y I fi! SSI' 5 '31 'M-F: Z ,,,. Q6 li x . Wu-'X it v 1 F f 1 54. E I: UA., www. if N A o ,.U 9 3 fu Jyggfrf 35,1 -af , Hn.'41.?.?. ,ff v 1167 ff, - Aix. 1 fs Q3 , ' M ' AM'.Hll'1 r -A Nr' L4 . Q 1, L xl' :I .. I im. IME. A- fy: . Ag., V-I 'sf' 9 vi! S A Rilex l-la"x L. C O Goodman 11 Temple Rd. Lwnriero x1A.019-10 Rngu ood lr. lames D. 95 Dunstabie Rd. No. Chelrnstofd MASS. 01863 Ripsorri x1argaretR. 33 Porter Rd. Chelfnsrord N1A.0182-1 Rixera Yielca R. Box 30' Groton Rd. Shirlex N1A.014-64 Robbins. Peter 1. River Rd. Dunstable. MA. 01827 Robblee. XX illiam M. 56 Canton St. Randolph, MA. 02368 Roberge. Benjamin P. 90 Sylvester St. Lawrence. NAA. 01843 Roberge, David F. 62'Soutl'1 St. LeOrninStEr, MA. 01453 Robertson, Peter D. C. O Grod. Doughty Bx. 145 WC Paris, ME. 04289 Robinson, Anthom 409 School St. Lowell, MASS. 01851 Rocha, Edward T. 730 Lawrence Street Lowell, MA. 01842 Rondina. joseph 22 Rockwood Terrace Newton, MA. 02166 Rose, Loretta A. 30 Riverdale Rd. Billerica, MASS. 01821 Rosenkrans, William E. 31 D Garden Dr. Manchester, Cf. 06040 Roux, Lois A. 81 Pleasant SL Tewksbury. MA. 01876 Rowe. David R. 16 Gregg St. sm. 01915 126 Ron e. Ntarguerite L. 375 N. Billerica Rd. Texxksburx N1-X. 018'6 Rox. Robert F. 18 Earlx St. Spencer. N1-X. 01562 Rox. Robert G. 66 Millard St. Lowell NH. 01850 Roxer. Crerald E. 105 11th St. Lowell, MASS. 01850 Rudderharn, Susan M. 15 Manahan St. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Ruetenik, George A. 16 Hemlock Lane Bedford, MA. 01730 Rutkowski, Charles 1. Main Street Philmont, 12565 Rayn, Robert VV. 93 Holyrood Ave. Lowell, MA. 01852 Saba. Susan 33 Dunbar Sve. Lowell, MASS. 01854 Sackos, Susan C. 46 Shawsheen Rd. Billerica, MA.. 01821 Sadowski, Rosann M. 7 Forest St. Wilmington, MASS. 01887 Sage, Waneta L. 13 Linlew St. Apt. 6 Derry, NH. 03038 Sakelarios, Angelos D. 166 Stevens St. Lowell, MASS. 01851 Salerno, Catherine M. 32 Anthonx Rd. Tewksburx , MASS. 01876 Samiotes, Charles C. 18 XX inton St. Roslindale, MA. 02131 Sandetur, Marc D. 4 Donna Rd. Andover. MA. 01810 Sanders. Francis A. 90 Flames Rd. BX. 842 Ntarshfield. MASS. 02050 Santerre. Glenn A. Forest St. Hilton. NH. 03086 Santos, Robert S. 25 Corbett St. Lowell. N1-X. 01852 Santos. Sharon L. 209 Division Rd. Westport, MA. 02790 Sargent, Christopher O. 15 Kensington Dr. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Savage, Sheryl S. 46 Mammoth Rd. Lowell, MA. 01854 Savastano, Michael L. 4 Lowell Ter. Lawrence, MA. 01841 Sawicki, Patricia H. 21 Barr St. Salem, MASS. 01970 Scanlon T. Eugene 62 Ledgelawn Ave. Lexington, MA. 02173 Scarvalas, Gary 1. 29 Waltham St. Woburn, MA. 01801 Scenna, Robert V. 68 Adams St. Lexington, MA. 02173 Schaller, Diane E. 53 Nason Hili Rd. Sherbom, MA. 01770 Schermerhorn, Mark B. 14 Roberst Rd. Billerica, MA. 01821 Schmidt, Robert W1 207 Rolling Acres Rd. Lunenburg, MASS. 01462 Schneider, Elizabeth 63 Highland Rd. Andover, MASS. 01810 Schneider. john RFD Mt. Vernon. Nl-1. 03057 Scott, Donald F. 319 Fairmount St. Lowell. MA. 01852 Seaver, Edward 1. 86 School St. N11 lford, MA. 01757 Senecal, Patricia M. 53 Mason St. Hudson. MASS. 01749 Serabian. Michael P. 28 Berkelev Dr. Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Sevigny, Susan A. Q 82 Litchield Ave. . Dracut, Mass. 01826 V " I Shanahan, Margaret C. 26 Eleventh St. I Lowell, MASS. 01850 A 2 Shanahan, William F. 26 Eleventh St. an Lowell, MA. 01850 " Shank, Todd R. A Bx. 193 Csted. St. Croix 1 US Virgin Island 00820 Shapiro, Robert M. 6 Shagbark Rd. . ' ' 2 Concord, Mass. 01742 'rva Shaughnessy, Elizabd1'A.lf,ti Gregory Hill Rd.. Princeton, MASS. 01541 fr, Shea, Nadine E. ' 1 11 Forge Village Rd. Wexford, MA. 01.886 Shea, William 1.2 ' 1 Tewksbury Hosp. East SL ff g Tewksbqfy, MA. 01875 1 - . any Sheehy, joanne L. .1 3 74 Lafayette Stl . Lowell, MA. 01850 1 j Shepherd, Ronald W. ' 209 Boudward Ave. 4 Dracut, MA. 01826 . I 2 I' Y Sherpey ll, james T. 12 Pratt St. . Reading, MA. 01867, M AiS'W 's 0 a fb' X ip ,:v.,. I .ii .Jw 'K Y 1 f. Sweeney, Christine M. 213 Central St. Framingham, MA. 01701 Sweeney. Donna M. Blvd. 73rd St. Plum ls. New burvport. MA. 01950 Swenslev. Mark A. 44 Newfield St. No. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Sylvia, Doreen A. 568 North St. Tewksbury, MA. 01876 Szen, Mark P. 26 Woodland St. Sherborn, MA. 01770 Taishoff, Mark S. 138 Burlington St. Lexington, MA. 02173 Taratuta, Victor G. 50 St. Paul St. Apt. 4 Brookline, MA. 02135 Tarbox, Melody C. 19 Upland Rd. Arlington, MASS. 02174 Tasis, Elizabeth A. 3 AlGonquin Rd. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Tavares, Antone C. County St. Lakeville, MASS. 02346 Taylor, Annette M. 40 Lyndale Ave. Methuen, MA. 01844 Taylor, David W. 20 Sharon Ave. Chelmsford, MA. 01863 Taylor, Michael j. 940 johnson St. N. Andover, MA. 01845 Termine, Charles A. 119 Richmond St. Boston, MA. 02113 Terris, Margaret R. C3 V-,ilson St. 1 Eiferica, MA. 01862 128 Tesia, David P. 124 Summer St. Somerville, MA. 02143 Thibault, Nancy E. 2 Hudson St. Methuen, MASS. 01844 Thibodeau, Louise M. 229 Fourth Ave. Lowell, MASS. 01854 Thomas, Patricia A. 545 Cottage St. New Bedford, MASS. 02740 Thompson, Sharon L. 32 Billerica Rd. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Thorne, Susan R. 77 Meadow Lane Lunenburg, MA. 01462 Throp, Charles L. 142 Dracut St. Lawrence, MA. 01843 Timbie, Andrew P. 13 Simscroft Pl. Sirnsbury, CT. 05070 Timmerman, George 227 18th St. Dracut, MA. 01826 Timony, Brenda A. 55 Lorenzo St. Methuen, MASS. 01844 Tirreii, Steven A. 36 Clinton Rd. E. Weymouth, MA. 02189 Tobin, William R. 13 Franklin St. Newburyport, MA. 01950 Toohil, Noreen E, 23 Trull Ln. Lowell, MA. 01852 Torra, Laura A. 55 Lowden St. Pittsfield, MA. 01201 Touma, Bruce A. 24 Tudor St. Methuen, MASS. 01844 Towev, Thomas P. 51 Glendale Ave. Peabody, MASS. 01960 Tracey, james E. 1 11 Westwood Dr. E. Greenwich Rl. 02818 Traegde, Kenath O. Willow Cove Tyngsboro, MA. 01879 Tremblay, Cynthia j. 5 Louis Rd. Tewksbury, MASS. 01876 Tremblay, Donna j. 35 Furber St. Lawrence, MASS. 01843 Tremblay, john j. 27 Butternut Ln. Methuen, MA. 01844 Tremblay, Richard j. 20 Mohawk Dr. Billerica, MA. 01821 Trexler, Paula j. 16 Windsor Street Chelmsford, MA. 01824 Troie, William D. Concord Rd. Billerica Rd. Billerica, MA. 01821 Troilo, Dennis A. 16 Old Marsh Hill Rd. Dracut, MA. 01826 Tsionis, Sophia 240 Stevens St. Lowell, MASS. 01851 Tsoukalas, Steven 7 Oak SI. Chelmsford, MASS. 01824 Tuccelli, jean M. 2 Surrey Rd. Woburn, MASS. 01801 Tudisco, Tinamarie R. 23 Roosevelt Ave. Methuen, MASS. 01844 Tuminowski, Paul W. 13 Cochrane St. Methuen, MASS. 01844 Turcotte, Renee B. 173 Sparks St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Tuttle, George F. P.O. BOX 777 Acton, MA. 01720 Ullrich, George V. 22 Wilder si. Apr. 6 Lowell, MA. 01854 Unger, Dennis G. 157 Plymouth St. Lowell, MA. 01854 Vacca, David G. 110 Van Norden Rd. Reading, MA. 01867 Valacer, Sheryl M. 11 Fair St. Uxbridge, MASS. 01569 Valcourt, Donald j. 90 B. 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Elections are held each spring to designate the offices of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, and Treasurer for the following year. The Chapter is open to, and encourages involvement by all students of the depart- ment of meteorology. Membership for the 1977-1978 academic year was: Frederick Gadfpmskig Chairman, Michael Matvichukg Secretary, Bruce DePrestp Treasurer, William Kamal, Brad Field, Michael Palmerino, Raymond Porter, Andrew Timbie, Douglas Webster, Stephen Reilly, Richard Soucy, Donald Pompelia, William Babcock, Edward Goodreau, Christopher Cuoco, Kenneth Lloyd, Peter Rice , Aram Haroutunian, Walter Miller, and Leonard Keshishian. Thank you, Michael Matvichuk Secretary ,if tlivaf-x1M1C'f1fJ-fr--4fll,,5--1ffK'4'fc ---W sail? 43+ r uanaggr Y ww-9 1 V :ob CvvZl.,'?'hYDfF686L5V..0-Q we loolamoed cd-J-LGU-kwa 'n LDV' 'Une CJ-R.g3VwVvs Qrlnif, 14-Je, ha4ce,fLeld p .blend loc:-Q atrium. unc!-v"Ll.J.Sivx.U ipfbgfbhl 145 of-wL dnwericha Llama, J, TMJL.. wwaewrmfg, 1' 1 . . 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This organization has five main goals: ai to aid in ' development of Air Force officersg bi to create a closer more efficient relationship wi n AFROTC: ci to fur- ther the purposes, traditions, and concepts of he United States Air Force: di to support aerospace power and its' role in national secu- rity: ej to advance air and space age citizenship. The Arnold Air Society is one of the most active groups on campus in the area of community service and social activities. This past year our activities have included Solomon Mental health Center visits, Veteran hospital trips, blood drives, 30th anniversary salute to the USAF, sports activities and many others. At the i976 Area Conclave, our squadron became the headquarters for this area which includes schools in Penn., NX. ,Conn. , Min. , Vermont, and Mass. The area staff is-. Commanders AAS Col. J oyxnnlf Martin Deputy Comm.: AAS Lt. Col. James Price Ops. Officer: AAS Maior John Morrison Admin. Officer: AAS Maior walter Miller Comptroller: AAS Maier Bill Gosselin lnfo. Officer: AAS Major Bob Condon Trans Officer: AAS Maier Rich Rush Chaplainfhistorian: AAS Maior Scott MacDonald The squadron staff is: Commander: AAS Maior Joseph harris Deputy Comm.-. AAS Maior Joseph harris Ops. Officer: AAS lst Lt. Michael Dfnal Admin. Officer: AAS lst Lt. Steve Bates Comptroller: AAS lst Lt. Stephen Mulvay lnfo. Officer: AAS ist Lt. Ken Wallingford Trans. Officer-. AAS lst. Lt. Bill Bobb Pledge Training Officer: AAS Major Joseph harris Liason Officer: ABS lst. Lt David 'Foster Ang Kican Nuclear Society 12gUL'D udent Chapter of the American After making favorable jst two years, e i978 ce The University of Lowell St Nuclear Society was very busy this year. ' essions at the student conferences held in the 'ty of Lowell ANS was chosen as the host for th ' ANS Student Conference. Though the Conferea dertaking., it was far from being the Other activities included: 'ng picnic, and some he activities ' eering impr the Oniversi eastern Regional d noteworthy un MS this year. er days,a spri ips. All of t f Nuclear Engin ' . Thispears North was a large an only endeaver of the A speakers, pizza part' es, hamburg ' eresting and ducational field tr 'rec ed toward the advancement o hdeducation and exchange of ideas Very int of the AMS are di and related fields throug officers were: Stephen Scoles President Thomas Miller vice-President Thomas Earle Secretary Stanley Mitchell Treasurer I Dr. Gilbert Drown Advisor This 'fears Class Representatives were: Kevin St. John Graduate representative Robert De?atie Senior representative Stephen Scoles Junior representative laBorrelli Sophomore representative 'mately left to righth Roy Bays, Alan Gunn ' ers , Mayne Harmon, Mohammed Kahn, ills , Brian Lombard ,, George oles , Glenn Santerre , nger, Carla ' ert Car Pictured are kapproxi Rgchard Berger, Dianna Desrosi S anley Mitchell, Steve Willis, Mark M Mediros , Joseph King, Steve Doody , Stephen Sc Dan Unger, Richard St. Onge, Thomas Earle, Richard Bele BOTTG111. 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'USP-Cf:0Y+', 9,1 69, P' SQCEJQXS WAQQQ, f A Nl cm we fav 9913909 WMS 9911 N -vw. 1, SV, -. - 1 9 cxgxxe moo ee. ewsgji-5 Y 136 ' he academic year of 1977-1978 is one the country will remember as a year of modera- tion, with fewer demonstrations and revolts. Stu- dents seem to have mellowed, and they are more concerned with the business of scholastic achievement. There is however, one group that has just awakened and begun their battle for equal- ity. Students with physical disabilities wishing to continue their education and attend college have traditionally been discouraged from doing so by the indifferent and often very negative attitudes of University Administration. This years awakening has come on the heels of Sec. 504 of the Voc- Rehab Act of '73, a federal law that became effec- tive this year. lt has been called the f'Handicapped Bill of Rights," and states simply that no otherwise qualified handicapped person should be excluded from receiving federal assistance. Section 504 has been the tool that has opened many closed doors for the handicapped.. g g Here at the University of Lowell things were quite different: even -before, they were federally mandated to do-so, they willingly acceptedhand- icapped students and the responsibility of provid- ing any structural modifications necessary. Their positive attitude can be seen in the many ramps around school and the modifications in Eames Hall. S . g 7 The onset of 504 has had an interesting effect on the University. The Administration has adopted a more structured and formal program for Disabled Students Services, thereby creating the unfortunate situations of more bureaucracy and red tape to go through before anything gets done. What used to get done by a simple phone call now takes Official Requests, Meetings, Implementation Plans, Re- views, and in many cases even approval from Pres- ident Duff himself. Disabled students, in an effort to battle the red tape, have created the Handicap- ped Student Society, an organization dedicated to creating a favorable environment tboth structural and attitudinal! for handicapped students. Early in the year, as it became apparent that the new bureaucracy's attitude was much less recep- tive to change as the old more formal system, the HSS determined the only way to get any results was to adopt a more antagonistic, forceful posture, lparodied as "wheels of terror" in the student newspaperi. - Chris Tremblay 7 HEALTH EDUCATION CL O UB- FFICERS- PRESIDENT - Peggy Farley VICE PRESIDENT - Diane Donov SECRETARY - Barbara Jezak TREASURER - Tricia Murphy ADVISOR - Dr. Robert Neal The Health Education Club was star-ted by a group of interested University of Lowell Heal th Education Majors in the spring l977. The club worked very hard in getting a constitution together and soon became a recognized club on campus. Our objectives with the club are to promote student awareness of the many aspects of health, make the colllmllni ty aware there is a health education program at the University, and also to see what job possibilities are available t I Health Education Majors. Some activities the club became ' "'7'-"' involved ily in the Fall of l977. were visiting various , fi agencies where Health Educators are employed, participating in self-help groups, and setting Up health workshopjsztto ine volve the University and the Lowell Community. Thfjbinoking Workshop in late November was -EiQfg,'L'zgrJ:Gfh15.w2-nagaaql a success. P -X The Health Education Club has an office with the NN University of Lowell Student Nursing AssociationfU.L.S.N.A.J, ,i in the Student Union Building on the South Campus in Rm. 339. Meetings are usually held on Tuesdays at ll:O0a.m.. ?'4 The Health Education Club is open to all University students, by and anyone who is intersted in joining can contact any officer ,I of the club of come up to the office. Xia!!! Health Services Administration C pictured from left to right 3 C 2 William Mahoney, Sharon Carlisle, John Ruggiero' v' ' . Xa le-L' HHPNSOD. Mary Frances Mahoney, and Lorraine Gauthier, Club Officers: Corresponding Sec. : Kathy Lynch ' Secretary : Estelle Peters N191 Treasurer: Margaret Brosnan Fr. Vice-Pres. :William Mahoney SODIY- Vice:Pr-es. : Robert Bassett ViCSePr'SSident: Lorraine Gauthier President: Mary Frances Mahoney 138 H nur ? Age' fyfrm C? fl fE25za4! 12593225 6 CUMMU 5772, ffgggb ,QU J gg' 25 HEALTH EDUCATION CLUB MEMBERS 6 f ff 'easy Ya.:-17y XI fffr Dianefjonofanxgffxf O' pf Barb a J-Lak Tri La Mffghy, Linda Fraser Moe Fauvel John Baroni Jeanne Denommee Kathy Corr Absent Members- Gail Sawosik Sandy Dziedzinskl Betsy Burke Barbara Garnick Therese Denommee Andrea Laskey Betty Johnson Denise Fortier pi-l-in-W University of Lowell Lowell, MHSS- A Vol. 3 NO. 14 December 12, 1977 Kinky Santa sings at ULowell. More photos on page 12. Photo by Food Plan Evaluation Request Denied The University of Lowell Food Committee voted last week not to sanction a request to permit a food consultant to inspect the Universi- ty's cafeterias. Student Government President Mike Favaloro and Stu- dent Trustee Tom McGrail appeared before the committee Wednesday to make the request. The Food Committee was appointed by President Duff and is charged with supervising the food service. It is composed of students and administrators and meets regularly with the caterer to resolve complaints about the food. The proposal would have allowed Research Laboratories, Inc., of Roxbury, Mass., to conduct an ' od preparation process. It is up to the f could over- il e ,- ers, e- rs- ity --- - - - cgi, r f f """ 'N Craffriie-fp-Chief QZYQQ XXX f 7 I f f V, To-X. X7 CZ! Q KJPDKXXJG L XS U sefff4ZLZ?3f4- Z, f aegugfkifd ,25?AQsf,,.yfrf" fy 76 T f T f' at gvsmonn Hobbs 556' Q5 fo ' f , if J 0 504755 Mae W 61 Aawmfm Wi 5356 LZ WGSQ ff GM if +5 Kafwarrge, 9-Quo K ivisb P13 ke' ' Q ce ,f if X . .fr y 1 it ZYOWCAZU flax? 7425 4,5 iiiglggfg, Igkgiicil GMM 1 !0fa6CrfJf' 1 ! Zf455fQTh,K7gb,4,,Z Y 0 Z . K7 f 4j?f74f:" f x?6'F!!1J .ffZf'fZ,.f,AQQfg y e f di Dsl-ed Feb ij .al y y i f ff g 7 f"fffQX4r1ffj,'ff1+. ff ,AMZZLT J ff EFY ' if ENS. ' i Q J Q... 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CLASSES 1 o 1980 wfo o 919 John PLcc,L CLabzs 0 1978 Clabb ' an Robwt T oumbevnd mdlbzlp, Lmyldi ' kwa M. Howdl Karin! S-MMU Cgvvthia whpia PGIIJJ Su,UAv Madge Lkdvowd ChUuJL Fagan 'Q Mn Coveizg PRESIDENT !!3E-PRESIDENT Nofumvl Lombguuii Kalwm. Kiqju11Ul Debonah A. Bnoum ' Jana Gillabpu, Kanur Lmighf. Bonrw ' ' mg. J. waxww f Midrael Gi.a.not,ob Un. Jobaph Zapfduil QQCRET mzv '.'1e,sum2s1z AUVISER Un. P. -xg Crabb of, 11 Bob Depaiie. Malik Kawalec Rag Lenox Lampnmj ACTTUTTTES COMMISSION Blvnbhk AT LARGE Dbueotvrv. - Jobeph CLMA o 1979 C2158 of 1980 Club 0 1981 Mlmphy Many Lazdowbhi- Ffumh FLe,nr1Lng ' bl.f1'Y1-dll L. Schuiig Sandy Pyle Lou Sa!.:'.nmnQ Fnwmh Sig J uw SA-'ro po ulo OPEN 'Dave Cou,g1JUU1-d 'OWIJUL Jimmy . Koller- Tjlfian Z . Marv! 0.Yl Edwafldb Kal ,- ASSOC1 ATES AT LARGE BOOKSTORE 1981 ? ',f"""'. ' CLaA8 o 1980 Clams o Don Hogcm V, NWN "wi .ss 'Q ,qs 'Qv wi, 1979 OPEN Z 45 , ,gi AE 3 X x C!.aAA o D mdk Manga an CUM o 978 Malay F Snxabwmg TUOENT TRUSTEE 52 B4 McGna.i!- 0? fg NT 1 homab EKUORIK COUN 1 j - D NT '- C1 L PRESIUE 1,-f uzvwdl J wma Si SENATE, SEN 142 ATE, SENATE. xa'4 5' Amr anahan, bonom I A1 Mowan photo top I Peggy Sh r. . Student Government CSGJ is the executive, legislative, and judicial bodies of and for the students. Three branches make up SG- the Senate, the Activities Commission KACJ, and the Student Court. Student Govern- ment was created 'to provide means for responsible and effective stud- kJ ent affairs, to maintain academic freedom, academic responsibility, and ggi student rights: and to enhance educational, social and cultural oppor- tunities. rl: A4 In paying hisfher activity fee, each full-time undergraduate student pays 315 of it to be used by SG to fulfill its purpose, becomes cgbf a member of SG, and is eligible to run for an office in an SG election. fiffigjlit The chief legislative and policy-making branch of SG is the Stud- ent Senate. As,such, it co-ordinates the other branches of SG, makes or approves appointments Cto the Student Courtb, and bears responsibility for representing student interests in the University community in mat- ters of housing and commuting, academic policy, financial aid, and any other issues in which students have a stake. ' The Senate is composed of 32 voting members. These members are the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer of SG, elected at large by the Student body, and seven Senators from each undergraduate class, elected by their respective classes. Non-voting representative to the Senate are one person each from the Activities Commission, the Inter- Fraternity and Sorority Council CIFSCJ, the Inter-Dormitory Council CIDCD, and the University Council lucy. The Student Trustee is also a non-voting member of the Senate. ACTIVITIES COMMISSION: The branch of SG responsible for coordinating the functions and funding of all recognized student clubs and organiza- tions, promoting and sponsoring social and cultural activities for the University community, and regulating the usage of all facilities under control of the SG lThe Student Union Buildingsl is the Activities Commission CACD. Thus, the main duties of the AC is to decide how to allot money and rooms to clubs, and to sponsor events such as con- certs, dances, speakers, Spring Carnival, University Week, Thanksgiving Week, Festivals, and Rathskellar entertainment. The AC involves a lot of hard work and dedication from members and volunteers alike to do such a tremendous job. In-re, feiivg r STUDENT COURT: The Student Court is the ' U ' branch of SG. They PmmSNww watch over the Senate and AC to make sure business is carried out according to the SG Constitution71nd Student body ' any problems that may arise. 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A i , A Q ' ' I kvli M14 hw- The ULowell baseball team completed their 1978 season with a very successful 21-12 record under head coach lim Stone. Highlighting the season with record-breaking performances were pitchers Ed Elliot for most strikeouts in a game C19 vs. Merrimack Collegel, Bill Moloney for most consecutive shutouts C3 vs. Brandeis, Springfield, and Amherst CJ, and Matt Fitzgerald for a no-hit game pitched against Springfield C. The Chiefs climaxed their season by placing second to Springfield C. in the E.C.A.C. playoffs. Record: ULowell 12fSuffolk 55 U.L. 7!Plymouth 25 U.L. 9!Plymouth 75 U.L. 2!Hartford 15 U.S. 5!Hartford 145 U.L. 6fW.P.l. 55 U.L. 8!Assumption 115 U.L. 4!M.l.-l'. 65 U.L. 4fM.l.'l'. O5 U.L. 7!Bentley 55 U.L. 8!Bentley 15 U.L. 6!Clark 35 U.L. 9fMerrimack O5 U.L. 5fMerrimack 15 U.L. 4!S.M.U. 15 U.L. 2!S.M.U. 45 U.L. 3!Salem State 45 U.L. 3fEast Conn. 55 U.L. OXE. Conn. 155 U.L. 7fWestfield 155 U.L. 9!Westfield 125 U.L. BASBBALL BASBBALL BASBBALL CDTWLENG QWLENG O!Babson 75 U.L. 3!Brandeis O5 U.L. 5!A.l.C. 25 U.L. 13fA.l.C. 85 U.L. 12fMerrimack 35 U.L. 1O!Bentley 15 U.L. 4!Bentley 65 U.L. 4!Springfield O5 U.L. 5!Springfield O5 E.C.A.C. Playoffs: U.L. 3!Amherst O5 U.L. 5!Tufts 35 U.L. O!Springfield 15 Wins: 21fLosses: 12. E.C.A.C. Playoffs Second Place. Central Conn State 2135 U.Conn. 179. BOWLING Coach: joseph Kopycinski Roster: Dave Bivolcic, Mike Bligh, Bob Desmarais, jerry Felde, Paul leppson, Stan Mitchell, jim Spanos, Al Hicks, William Bobb. Standings CMatch Pointsl WPI 2515 Bryant 2365 U.L. 2255 Army 2215 Coast Guard 217. Roster: Kathy Henze, Capt5 Nancy Ford, Cindy Hicks, Cindy Kaukoranta, janet Kenison, Kim Knoop, Kathy Lynch, Bonnie Munyon, Gail Macedo. Standings lMatch Points? U.Mass 2475 Southern Conn. State 2275 U.L. 2185 148 , flv 1 fi' fr' ' ., 4 . N, ' I 4 5 ' y. all. . I .Find ' I A X Q-I 5' G Won ' oz. S575 -'i .4 A 4- "' .5 'u za fc l . -350 'Q ef, 'L . if Tl 5, - H- 1'- , V. 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A ,-fi - - w nr'-,ya-f.a M , - ,..-..--,.4,. - 4 - A- fd-. f Q' Q sd -5'1"-"'-'-1 . 1 "'?"'5-'L-r- . , ' -I-3'5" . 3 - '- :J " " ' l ,fv .L s , 1. .'.4,.. ,:...Y, I .A-K ,-.. l. -. .-5 -1 Li-...""' , 4 ,, A1-PJ.: - . ,- Q ff '- ' 1 A"f-- 'F A'-- Y va. 'Q4.L.'4g.,W-Lrhig DQ 5 ix- xx!-' 4 .-4 Coach Tonx Romano's hoopsters completed the 1977-78 season with an improved 11-13 mark. This vear's squad consisted of six freshmen and four sophomores which gives the Chiefs a bright outlook for future vears. Freshmen Darren Foster and Martv Vogt from lersev Citv, N.l., as well as high school revals Stan Whetstone and Pete Ortiz of St. Marv's, lersev Citv, headed a group of talented recruits. Leading the ULow'ell scoring attack during a highlv competitive season which featured such teams as Division l power Seton Hall and Division ll leaders Merrimack and Springfield College were Steve Oliver and Chris Prince 115 points gamel, Darren Foster 114 points a gamel, and Stan Whetstone 111 points a game.l 8 Record: U.L. 109 U. Toronto 69: U.L. 83 Seton Hall 107: U.L. 78 Bentlev 98: U.L. 67 Bridgewater 81: U.L. 82 SMU 85 lOTl7 U.L. 79 Brvant 92: U.L. 89 Springfield 117: U.L. 89 Fitchburg 63: U.L. 63 MlT 60: U.L. 74 Middleburv 73: U.L. 85 Clark 102: U.L. 98 Babson 69: U.L. 81 UNH 80: U.L. 109 Sutfolk 93: U.L. 98 Merrimack 119: U.L. 65 Coast Guard 67: U.L. 94 Salem 80: U.L. EASKETEAZR D Cwr:1QiRw,Q D T1 'P feifa' iw Ls fslggmltfy BASKETEADR BASKETEARL 111 Plvmouth 86: U.L. 83 XYPI 87 l20Tl: U.L. 90 Hartford 99: U.L. 75 St. Anslem's 77: U.L. 77 Norwich 67: U.L. 93 Colbv 107: ut. 91 Central Conn. 87: Wins: 11 Losses: 13. Coach: Tonv Romano, Asst. Coach: Larrv Kelleher, Managers: Tom Emerv, Emile Ethier, Bob Simpson, Mark Szen, Captain: Mark Grabowski, Plavers: Brian Coke, Bob Endicott, Peter Forbes, Darren Foster, loe Madad. Matt McCaffertv, Fred McCall. Steve Oliver, Pete Ortiz, Chris Prince, Martv Vogt, Stan Whetstone. Coach: Deborah Preis Roster: Martha Taliaferro and Susan Tavlor, Captains, Ellen Dunlevv, Celeste Lippe, loan Loucraft, Sue Rondeau, Lourie Proulx, Liza Tavlor, Sue Wass, Deb White. U.L. 49 SMU 65: U.L. 35 UNH 93: U.L. 41 Keene 79: U.L. 58 Boston U. 81: U.L. 77 St. ,-Xnslem's 56: U.L. 44 Bentelev 69: U.L. 71 Xvorcester State 91: U.L. 56 Framingham State 55: U.L. 62 Clark 74: U.L. 56 Gordon 53: U.L. 59 Boston State 48: U.L. 63 Salem State 57: U.L. 52 Holv Cross 47: U.L. 79 jackson 65: U.L. 40 W.P.l. 56: U.L. 69 Assumption 58: Plavoffs: U.L. 42 Assumption 47: Wins: 8 Losses: 9. wg. .,,l.!..U , . -. , . .v . 1 711, o mn no' "PH: rl R' F V! I' v Z, .Q . 1 , ,. :',1'53'.a ., as .f,'i,:g.' ' Z! " '-'L -L' FP 31 N f- T ' 'ir' ' , Q,Q3,,ftq , A 4 xx , fls 4 1521 fgfz 7 ll 1 yur H' J .gtg :lik-,'1, , 4? Z i -1 4 X . K 3825 rw X u.: 4 y--1 f"9 1. 1 T4 I--4 U ' ' v 1 T1 - Z Q ZQI ? ffiiiifjl ' ' 38 A gf? 1' 'RL R ,,.',x'.xY.f. "ii N i T5 - 4 , ex :if-fa . ,Q in Wk -71 - H .F 2 f .wfu lg '+'- We , N' It 1 'ig ' -Q '81 ' ig X Mg xx 5. z ,Ba If gs r 5 A, M., 'S f,b43'f, A if 1 'f M55 , 1 is , I 0 ff' I 1 S.. J I Vs I xi' A 1 J , ' ' 4' ,Twp jg nl' 2 gl , -1. f - A.-. Q S' T, at , 74' F 4' 9 F. 1 wud r CROSS COUNTRY Coach: George Davis Roster: Mark Bashour, Mark Blaisdell, Phil Cantillon, Allen Fournier, Ed Gannon, Mike Hurton, Leo Kashian, Dean Kimball, Larry MacDonald, Mark Morrison, jim Perry, Don Powers, Ed Seaver, Brian Squires. U.L. 717Brandeis 357Bates 207Amherst 665 U.L. 417Boston C. 307MlT 615 U.L. 257WPl 315 U.L. 157NichoIs 855 U.L. 157Stonehill 385 lLow scroe winsj5 Wins: 4 Losses: 45 Codfish Bowl: 2nd Place5 Eastern Championship: 6th5 N.C.A.A. Division ll: 19th5 l.C.A.A.A.A. Championship: 2nd Place. FIELD HOCKEY Coach: judith tBohlj O'Niel Roster: Elaine Burke and Ellen Dunlevy, Captains: Mary Antonelli, Debora Blakely, Donna Graman, Diana Doyle, Patrice Dwyer, joyce Hemeon, Valerie McCann, Allison McGovern, Donna Murphy, Lorraine O'Conner, Anne Kinsman, Patty Stockdale, joni Greenwood, Deb Geary. U.L. 17Boston U. 05 U. L. 67NHC 05 U.L. 37Endicott 35 U.L.71 Gordon C. 15 U.L. 07Bentley 25 U.L. 37Fitchburg 05 U.L. 57Clark 05 U.L. 07Framingham 25 U.L. 47Assumption 25 U.L. 27Salem 55 U.L. 47Pine Manor 05 Wins: 6 Losses: 2 Ties: 3. GYMNASTICS Outstanding individual performances highlighted the ULowell 1977-78 gymnastics team's season. john Alberghini established new records in the parallel bars with a score of 9.2 and in the all-around excercizes with a score of 46.45. john placed first in the New England Championships in the long horse and parallel bars events, and took 8th place in the N.C.A.A. Division ll Championships at CROSS COUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY FEELO HOCKEY CYMNACTECC CYMNASTECC Northbridge, Cal. jeff Kirsch's score of 9.5 in long horse vaulting set a new ULowell individual record. Scott Williams established an individual record in the pommel horse event with a score of 8.95. Scott placed first in the New England Championships on the pommel horse, and 5th at the N.C.A.A. Championships in the same event, becoming the firs ULowell gymnast to earn All-American honors. The Chiefs set a new team record of 180.90 points against Springfield College, and concluded their season with a second place finish at the New England Championships. Roster: Coach: Richard Aronson, Manager: Bill Crocker, Captain Scott Williams, Captain jeff Kirsch, john Alberghini, Bernard Antkowiak, Tom Beebe, Paul Bonnarigo, Gary Bruanfield, Doug Chin, Rick Chin, Peter Foster, Todd Karner, Robert Lally, Gary MacDonald, Stephen McWhirter, Don Morgan, Kevin Phoenix, Ed Powers, Steve Roy, Dan Sirois, Nick Vadala. Record: U.L. 161.907M.l.T. 131.205 U.L. 166.107UMass 177.705 U.L. 171.407Boston St. 173.155 U.L. 180.907 Springfield 188.305 U.L. 179.957 UVermont 157.155 U.L. 159.907 Dartmouth 174.505 U.L. 170.507 Central Conn. St. 146.655 U.L. 180.707 Coast Guard 163.005 U.L. 170.457 Southern Conn. 201.105 Wins: 4, Losses: 55 New England Championships: 2nd place. ,uv .fum A .W , 1 rf- its 3 " A fx MY. ,fix 7 . , . V f I f i '-. V , -' a 5 nf .. 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K' 'Q' 41's , 's v I ,Q N .A. , ix. f' -.ati " ' 7 Q' x . . R ' - I b - - ' ' 0 ' I ' A r Q K ' ' :xi . I , , . Q4 . . 0:1 Q . ,, 'WL t J ig d . . xv ' 1 bv ' X' I Q-1 I I ,. Y' Unbeatable is the only word to describe the 1977 ULowell Club football team as the Chiefs rolled over nine regular season opponents and came away with a stunning 41-6 victory in the playoffs over Duquesne U. and the National Club Football Championship. The Chiefs found little trouble in their first eight games of the season, which included shutouts over Stonehill, Bentley and St. Michael's. U. Lowell also recorded big wins over Hartford, Worcester State and Assumption. The last game of the regular season saw a repeat of last year when the Chiefs played Providence C. for the conference championship and a shot at the national title. The anticipated showdown proved to be more of a laugher as ULowell walked away with a 46-0 win, avenging last year's shutout to the Friars. In the Conference Championship Game, the Chief's recordbreaking running back Terry Coleman scored twice, Ken Gauthier once, and Tipper Durkin's dazzling 62-yard touchdown pass to end Mike Mazzola, led ULowell to the one-sided score. The largest crowd of the season at Cawley Stadium saw the Chiefs square off against a highly rated Duquesne University. U. Lowell dominated the game FCCDCDT ALL FQDDQDT ALL FQDQDT ALL FQDQDT ALL FQDQDT ALL from the opening kickoff and ead on three built up a 41-0 touchdown runs by Terry Coleman and two TD passes from Tipper Durkin to Pat Welch and Mike Mazzola before the Dukes could break the scoring column. Running back Terry Coleman erased every rushing and scoring record in gaining 1004 yards and 102 points this season. Other individual records set during the season include Pat Welch's 69-yard touchdown pass from Tipper Durkin tvs. Bentleyl and 44-yard punt return tvs. Worcesterb, and Neil Murphy's 62-yard punt tvs. Providencel. Team records include most wins in a season t1 01, most points in one game t69 vs. Worcesterl, Most yards in one game t525 vs. Worcesterl and fewest yards allowed in one game t25 vs. St. Michael'sl. Nine members of the U. Lowell football team were named to the All-American team. Terry Coleman and Mike McKeon were selected for first team honors, as were Russ Calla and Bill Kulis. Second team All-Americans were Dan Vatour and Ken Gauthier on offense and Steve Pepe, Bill Florence and Mike Chisholm on Defense. Coach loh Perrault was elected coach of the Year for the second consecutive year for transforming a team which won only one game in three seasons to a team which won the National Championship three seasons r11nurung h -Q,'L'If S., lla """ ""'-2f""Q .-:dl IEE I 31 1 if '- F suv- A uiuuu -.. -W - ,1--'lil .....ns-...s"':'---"'l1g.,--s i....2 ...... I zmnrai : is ...-uul...."" A '-Q1-' later. Record: ULowell 18! St. john Fisher 115 ULowell 27! Stonehill O5 ULowell 27! Bently Op ULowell 49! Hartford 65 ULowell 69! Worcester St. 135 ULowell 7! W.N.E.C. 65 ULowell 61! St. Michael's Og ULowell 35! Assumption 145 ULowell 46! Providence O5 Playoffs: ULowell 41! Duquesne 65 Wins: 10 Losses: Op Final Standings: National Club Football Champions. Afl- lvm '--in . The ULowell hockey team anticipated an exciting 1977-78 season w ith the likes of defending Division ll Champions Merrimack C., tw o-time Champions Bowdoin C., Salem State and A.l.C. as scheduled opponents. From the opening game of the year at U. Mass, the Chiefs gave the Wildmen exactly what they expected in what would proved to be a record-breaking season. The Chiefs started their quest of a championship year on the right foot with wins over U. Mass, Babson and Bryant before running into a solid Merrimack team and a 5-1 loss in the finals of the Thanksgiving Tournament at Merrimack. The loss to the Warriors started a mid-season slump in which ULowell managed only two wins in seven games, with losses to Division ll east opponents Bowdoin, l-loly Cross, Salem State and St. Anselm's. The Chiefs turned the season around during the semester break with a five-game win streak. The top line of center Craig MacTavish and wings Barry Yeadon and Tom lacobs began to click by bombing fourteen goals in eight games together. Goal tender Brian Doyle anchored the defense by allowing only eleven goals during those five games. ULowell ran their win streak to six games and headed into their long awaited rematch with Merrimack before a packed house at Skate 3. is -Q Q53 Q! T- K' C-' 'N -5 YQTQZJSEY L-ff, fi -Qi V Q5Q'3.1LV' CK qv fa Tr vm-CT - 'Q sl Q 'QJQWS-4QXQ Coach Bill Riley's squad jumped out to a 3-O lead, but a tough Warrior team fought back to end the game at 3-3. Victories over Army, North Adams State, Bryant, Middlebury and Norwich kept the win streak intact as the Chiefs concluded a sensational second half ofthe regular season by going undefeated and clinching a home playoff berth for the first time in history. Seeded third in the playoffs, the Chiefs bombed A.l.C. early and coasted to a 6-4 win as Captain Barry Yeadon scored a hat trick, while Tom lacobs netted two goals and Craig MacTavish one to lead Ul.owell. The Chiefs closed their season with a heart-breaking 6-4 loss in the semi-finals to rival Merrimack C.: the second time in two years that the Warriors have edged Utowell in post-season play. The Chiefs battled back twice from two-goal deficits, but an open net goal in the closing minutes of the game iced the win for Merrimack. ULowell finished the season with a 17-6-1 recordp their best ever. Team record set during the year included most goals 11301, most powerplay goals 1361, least powerplay goals allowed 1181, and most road games won 1111. Freshman sensation Craig Mactavish established three new records for goals in one game 141, powerplay goals 191, and game winning goals C65 on route to capturing the E.C.A.C. Division ll Rookie-of-the-Year Award. Tom lacobs also entered the record book for scoring in thirteen consecutive games. Coach: Bill Riley, Asst. Coach: Bill Maloney Barry Yeadon, Captain Roster: Sam Adams, john Costello, Bill Cullinane, jim Dandeneau, Brian Doyle, Bob Flaherty, Hal Gillis, Chuck Hayes, Gene Hayes, Tom Jacobs, Steve lamieson, john ladkul, Dean jenkins, Craig MacTavish, Mike McGinn, Ken McKee, Bill Moffatt, Steve O'Brien, Mike O'Connor, Rudy Palermo, Steve Scannell, Dave Sullivan, Mark Whiting. ULowell 5! UMass 2, ULowell 5! Babson 4, ULowell 10X Bryant 2, ULowell lf Merrimack 55 ULowell 4! Bowdoin 7, ULowell 6! Colby 3, ULowell lf Holy Cross 4, ULowell 7! Boston St. 4, Codfish Bowl: ULowell 3! Salem St. 4, ULowell 7! St. Anslem's 8, Salem St. Classic: ULowell 4X St. Anslem's lg ULowell 5! Salem St. 2, ULowell 7! A.l.C. 3, ULowell 5! UMaine 1, ULowell 6! Salem St. 4, ULowell 6! St. Anslem's 2, ULowell 3! Merrimack 35 ULowell 9! Army 35 ULowell 51 North Adams St. 2, ULowell 9! Bryant 3, ULowell 5! Middlebury 35 ULowell 7! Norwich 4, E.C.A.C. Playoffs: ULowell 6X A.l.C. 4, ULowell 4! Merrimack 6, Wins: 17 Losses: 6 Ties: 1, Final Standing: 3rd Place Division II East. VS. 5 LACROSSE Roster: Coach: Grant Carrow, Asst. Coach: Bob Lown, Players: john Baia, Bob Boucher, Larry Broderick, jack Condon, Dave Forsyth, Greg Giorgio, Bob Harvey, Tom Kearney, Brian Keegan, Hank King, Gerry Lemire, Craig MacTavish, Mike Manzo, Bob McCloskey, Marty McLain, Andy McSpiritt, john Minnanan, Nick Moise, john Molignano, Wally Nutter, john Pacini, Paul Phelan, joe Rapuano, jim Rigney, Frank Signa, Ray Southworth. Record: U.L. 1O! Brandeis 115 U.L. 1Of Merrimack 65 U.L.5fW.P.I.135U.L.1f Babson 185 U.L. 6! Nichols 13: U.L. 3! West fields St. 85 U.L. 12! Bates 6:U.L.15! Assumption 1: Wins: 3 Losses: 5. SKIING Roster: Coach: Donald Ameen, Players: Captain Peter Harrison, john Bird, Bob Desmarais, Rich Metcalf, Kurt Eldracher, David Moore, Craig Miller, jay Plunkett, Gary Pulsnelli, Eugene Scanlon, Kendall Smith, Chris Winslow. Final Standings: 1. W.P.I., 2. Wasson, 3. Boston Univ., 4. New Hampshire Col. ULowell. LAGRQSSE LAQRQSSE SKMNG Q 'QE ' . ---. 1 " ?? if A V 47772. 4 -,: SQCQER SQCCER SOCCER Roster: Coach: jeff Gettler, Asst. Coach: Bruce Cochran, Asst. Coach john Wulson, Players: Captain Tony Chaves, Captain Bob Townsend, Steve Biggs, Glen Cannavo, john Carroll, Dave Chenelle Steve Dobois, Al Ford, Rennie Gibbs, Stuart Gray, Arthur Housianitis, Scott Lane, Al Lemieux, Steve Lidwin, Dave Lopilato, Chuck McGuire, Mark McKew, jim Miraldi, Bob Peterson, Chuck Rutkowski, Ken Schelling, Nuno Simoes, Roy Skidmore, Doug Taatjes, john Reis, Chuck Wood. Record: U.L. O! Colby 2, U.L. 2! Gordon 4 COTJQ U.L. 0! Brandeis 23 U.L. O! Bentley 3: U.L. 7! Merrimack 25 U.L. O! W.P.l. 65 U.L. Of Holy Cross 3: U.L. 1! Clark 2: U.L. Of M.l.T. 5, U.L. O! New Haven 5, U.L. O! St. Anselm's 2: U.L. 2! Norwich 35 U.L. O! Coast Guard 45 U.L. 1! Hartford 45 U.L. 1X S.M.U. 83 Wins: 1 Losses: 14. ,,., N, ., . fvf. gqr 9' ,- I 11 Q- i -Lain , , 'Q ' ,Y Q: Y Y -- Vw A X32 I, H, ,3 I J- ' ' ,uf - .Y . L' Alb: .1 wh X 2. X 'Q '71 Siu Q g- 2, g A f wy I wx ' rl Q 1" M - ,Q I ,, N9 'sw sw-Wfi, . 2 -ff., Y - I f, 2-9' 1 , , T HV N n K , T1- 5? VS' 1: Q-nihvagb at X44 ' T f-sf it fs . . 'ff .ff 1 SQFTEALR s get it Q sg SWEMMENG f.1l3ff-if SWEMMENG .,,M fW ., m ffm it' QITY TRACK SWIMMING Five new school records and their first win ever against Bridgewater State highlighted the 1977-78 ULowell swim team's season. Freshman standout Ted Cawley erased the 100 yard backstroke mark vs. BryantCollege with a time of 1:02.73 and the 200 yard backstroke record with a time of 2:22.40 against Brandeis. Ted also helped break the 400 yard freestyle relay along with Bill Geary, Dave Smith, and Rick Brostowin: set during the Norwich meet. Two Chief records fell as Dave Smith's time of 2:28.09 in the 200 yard breaststroke vs. Holy Cross and Bill Geary's time of 2:15.49 vs. Colby College broke the old records. ln the Bridgewater State meet, Phil Hemenway posted two wins in the 1000 yard and 500 yard freestyle events, Rick Brostowin gained victories in the 50 yard and 100 yard freestyles, and Steve Kiciski and Pat Doyle's first and second place finishes, respectively, in the 200 yard butterfly led the Chiefs to victory. The ULowell diving team continued theirdominance in the one meter and three meter diving events in running their dual meet photo-'Mark Christiansen record over the past five years to 106 wins and 2 losses: both to rival M.l.T. last year. Bob Scott consistently led the diving squad during the season, and finished with a 7th place in both one meter and three meter events in the New England Championships. Teammate Ron Yankum also placed for the Chiefs in the New England's, taking a 6th in the one meter event and 14th in the three meter dive. Roster: Coach: Andy Cornellier, Asst. Coach: Dick Kenny, Managers: Kathy Keegan, Dianne Spear, Bonnie Stewart: Ed Barter, Rick Brostowin, jeff Cabral, Kevin Carroll, Ted Cawley, Paul Collette, Pat Doyle, Tom Doyle, Bill Geary, Phil Hemenway, Roger Katchuk, Steve Kicinski, Rich Piela, Bob Scott, Dave Smith, Ron Yankum, Mike Quadri, Doug Ward. Record: ULowell 72! Brandeis 35: ULowell 27! Tufts 865 ULowell 72! Bridgewater 395 ULowell 40! M.l.T. 73: ULowell 747 Bryant 39: ULowell 74! Holy Cross 385 ULowell 501 Babson 625 ULowell 53! Colby 60: ULowell 517 Norwich 62, Wins: 4 Losses: 5: New England Championships: 15th. TRACK SOFTBALL Roster: Coach: Denise Legault, Coach: Barb Ryder, Scorer: Pauline Abate, Players: Captain Linn Formica, Leslie Allen, Deb Blakely, Mary Fitzgerald, Barb Flammia, Winnie Leonard, Donna Loranger, Lisa Marson, Sue Morse, loAnn Newcomb, Karen Richard, Lisa Spinelli, Nancy Stern. Record: U.L. 1! UMass 35 U.L. 8! U.N.H.5:U.L.20!Assumption1, U.L. 11! Salem St.14pU.L.5! Boston St. 35 U.L. 10! Gordon Col. 0: LJ.L. 12! Bentley 5: U.L. 6! Providence Col. 7, U.L. 20! Regis Col. 8, U.L. 4! Framingham St. 35 U.L. 3! Worcester St. 73 lJ.L. 8! East Nazerene 55 Wins: 9 Losses: 4. . i i TRACK Division II Championships. Four members of the 1977-78 Marc's other track team earned All-American honors, while accomplishments include a Chief javelin record of 1962 new records highlighted the representing ULowell and the indoor and outdoor track seasons. joe Brice set a U.S.A. in international competition in Mexico, and ULowell discus throw record being named tothe Division with a toss l79', while placing 4th in the New England Outdoor Track Championships, 3rd in the l.C.A.A.A.A. and 6th in the ll All-Star Track and Field Team. Bill Haskell, recipient of the Cushing Award as the Outstanding Athelete of N'C'A'A' Division 1977-78, became ULowell's ll Championships, earning All-American status in that third All-American in the hammer throw with a fifth event. joe also set the school place finish ln the National shot put record of 5O'6" during the indoor season Championships. against Southern Conn. State. other Chief record-breakers during the track season were Fellow Irishmen Ed Campbell Golden Cage in the loo and Marc Linscheid gained meter dash H099 sec.J, Nate All-American honors in the Anderson ln the triple lump hammer throw with 4th and l46,9,,ll and Reggie Still ln 2nd place finishes, respectively, in the N.C.A.A. the long jump t22'9"l. Coach George Davis led the Indoor Track Team to a 5-2 record, with a 3rd place finish in the Eastern Championships and 12th place in the New England Championships. Roster: Coach: George Davis, Asst. Coach: Dean Eastman, Dave Willey, Manager: Rene LeClair, Bill Haskell CCapt.l, Nate Anderson, Mark Bashour, Paul Barry, Mark Blaisdell, joe Brice, Golden Cage, Ed Campbell, Phil Cantillon, Allan Fournier, Frank Fleming, Greg Fuller, Dave Gelinas, Mike Hurton, Leo Kashian, Mark Kirby, Dean Kimball, Marc Lincsheid, Larry MacDonald, Rick McCulIy, Mark Morrison, Bob Murgia, Steve Norman, Calvin Pittman, Ken Rillings, Brian Squires, Reggie Still. I l Peggy Record: Indoor Track ULowell 57!Tufts 55! Westfield St. 40! Fitchburg St 265 ULowell 47.5!WilIiams 2.5! Springfield 52.5K Albany St. 21: ULowell 61!Holy Cross 73, Wins: 5 Losses: 2, Eastern Championships: 3rd Place: New England Championships: 12th Place, I.C.A.A.A.A.: 21st Place. lol RECORD: ULowell l! Boston TENNIS Roster: Coach: A.j. Oliver, Players: john Carroll, john Chapman, Bill Cox, George jones, Peter Lynch, Michael McCabe, Edward Parigian, Forrest Stickney, Mark Warusyla, Peter Xides. Record: U.L. 6! Brandeis 3: U.L. 4! S.M.U. 55 U.L. 9! Merrimack O: U.L. 7! Hartford Z, U.L. 7! Bridgewater St. Z: U.L. 7! Bentley Z: U.L. 3! Babson 6: U.L. 4! Salem St. 55 U.L. 8! Suffolk 1: U.L. 7! W.P.l. Z: U.L. i! Plymouth St. 8: Wins: 7 Losses: 4. Roster: Coach: Claire Chamberlain, Eileen Malloy iCapt.l, julie Carignan, Mary Ellen Doherty, Lisa Elie, Calla Flibotte, Nancy Ford, Linda Fraser, Kathy McCall, Katie McCormack. Univ. 3: ULowell 4! Regis 1: ULowell 3! Northeastern 4: ULowell Z! Boston St. 35 ULowell 4! Suffolk 15 ULowell 1! Holy Cross 6: ULowell 5! Fitchburg St. Z5 ULowell Z! Clark 3, ULowell Z! Assumption 5: ULowell Z! Salem St. 5: Wins: 3 Losses: 7. VOLLEYBALL Roster: Coach: Denise Legault Players: Captain Donna Loranger, Fran GOLF TENN HS TENR-'ES TENNES VCDTEAJLEYJTSBAZBL Carrozza, Nancy Doyon, Deb Drae, joan Loucraft, Lisa Marson, Martha Taliferro. Reocrd ULowell Z! W.P.I. 05 LJLowe O! Fitchburg St. Z: ULowe Z! Babson Col. O5 ULowe Z! Worcester St. O: ULowe O! East Nazerene Z: ULowe Z! Boston St. O5 ULowe Z! Holy Cross O5 ULowe O! Keene St. Z: ULowe O! Boston College Z5 ULowe Z! New Hampshire Col. O: ULowell Z! Regis Col. O: ULowell Z! Endicott Col. O: ULowell Z! Wheaton Col. 3: ULowell O! Salem St. Z: ULowell Z! Assumption O: ULowell Z! St. Anselm's 15 ULowell Z! Framingham St. O: Wins: 12, Losses: 6. GOLF Roster: Coach: Bill "Bungie" Donaghey, Advisor: Larry Martin, Players: Captain Kevin Egan, Paul Cormier, Larry Howarth, Brian Moore, Chris Prince, Brian Traineor, joe Vaikoris, Harry Vasilakos, Ed Znoj. Record: U.L. 414! St. Anselm's 4355 U.L. 414! Merrimack 439: U.L. 7! Clark 6: U.L. 6! Suffold 1: U.L. 3! Nichols 45 U.L. 404! M.l.T. 4075 U.L. 404! Providence 4055 U.L. 4023! W.P.l. 417, U.L. 406! Salem St. 418, U.L. 415! Bentley 4175 Wins: 9 Losses: lp Massachusetts Invitational: 11th place: New England Championship: 18th place. Wvguvl 4...- f "' 4' .5- 3 E-'ff I--r -W-'Q ii ,fp 5 v. 3 gn- w Q.. 4 2 J JILN. J JT? Q3 .......,.Q...M-A -r-A 4 ' I 1 1 -1- I faq..-, -u-we -1 '. Y K "5-6.....t-' ' ' .a . -fgzrn "4 . , -. 'X ri. ' -. , - 2 mr . I 1 , .A ,V .4-. S- . 'f' - '75, V 'ly WW' ' 1 f,,,J',,, w. Q 'I 1 : ?'0 X Vt ,. 1. 1, W u N. XVRESTLING The ULowell wrestling team's 3-14 dual meet record this season reflected the stiff competition they received from such power houses as Boston Universitv lranked 9ff2 in New Englandl, Montclair State 11976 Division 3 National Championsl, Princeton l3rd in Eastern Championshipsl, and Springfield College tdefending New England Championsl. Bill McQuade, voted the Dutstanding Wrestler for 1977-78, led the Chiefs with a 9-2 dual meet record and a 3rd place finish in the New England Championships. Bill went on to compete in the N.C.A. A. Division 2 Championships at the Universitv of Northern lowa where he place 7th in his weight class: one win short of All-American honors. Captain Bill Ramnsley 16-71, Rob Crowe 17-3-11, and Bob Millard 14-2-11 paced the grapplers during the season: who went on to a 14th place finish out of 26 teams in the New England Championships. WRESTLIKG WRESTLIKG WRESTLING TWRESTLIEQBCE- WRESTLING ROSTER: Coach Bob Cermann Asst. Coach: Ken Hall Bill Rawnslev tCapt.1, Chuck Barilla, Bob Bassett, Rob Crowe, Dave Gagon, Frank Lopilato, Rob Lvdon, Dick McClure, Rich McLarnev, Bill McQuade, Bob Millard, Mike Mitchell, Mike Mitchell, john Pittman, lohn Topham. RECORD: ULowell Of Kutztown 47: ULowell 2 Princetown 49: ULowell 157 Montclair St. 335 ULowell 147 Amherst College 28: ULowell 26 Brown 17: Ul.owell 6s Springfield Col. 465 ULowell 111 Boston Univ. 39: ULowell 21: Central Conn. St. 32: ULowell 24 rrit Boston St. 27: ULowell 6' Coast Guard 48: ULowell 6 rrrit Mass. Maritime 33: ULowell 3311 Bowdoin 157 ULowell 361 Hartford 157 ULowell 2011 Q.P.l. 28: ULowell 3.1 Harvard 395 ULowell 181 Washington 84 Lee 27: ULowell 21 U.N.H. 26: Wins: 3 Losses: 1-4: New England Championships: 14th Place. a ' . , .I . ll. 'o 'X Nw? ENTRAMURALS ENTRAMURALS ENTRAMURALS HNTEZAIQZUJIRL-'EELS ENTRAMURALS BADMINTON MEN'S SINGLES: Hemant Dave: BADMINTON MEN'S DOUBLES: Siu-Ki Chan, Edmond Fung: BASKETBALL - MEN'S: Team: City, Mike O'Hara, jeff Ross, Steve Harris, john Blue, Paul Witso, Scott Solomine, john Nelson. BASKETBALL - WOMEN'S: Team: Odessy, Mary Fitzgerald, Denise Edwards, joan Hurtin, Kathy Norinkavich, Donna Hayes, Marsha Flake: SUPER SHOOT - MEN'S: Gerry Royer: FOUL SHOOT - MEN'S: Ken Rillingsp FOUL SHOOT - MEN'S TEAM: Dan Robertson, Gerry Royer, Tom Bergeron, Ed Znoj, Gary Hammond: FOUL SHOOT - WOMEN'S: Peggy Rivardp FOUL SHOOT-WOMEN'S TEAM: Pat Wallace, Alicia Berube, Maureen Doyle, Sue McGinnis, Alex Pappeyg ONE-ON-ONE BASKETBALLZI over 5'IO"I Paul Makiej, lunder 5'IO'fI Gary Hammond: HANDBALL - MEN'S SINGLES: joe Burke: HANDBALL - MEN'S DOUBLES: james Ciszek, Dan Verreaultg RACQUETBALL - MEN'S SINGLES: john Konovalchick: RACQUETBALL - MEN'S DOUBLES: jack Costello, Bob Flaherty: RACOUETBALL - VVOMEN'S SINGLES: Katie McCormack: RAcQuETBALL - WOMEN'S DOUBLES: Nancy Ford, Katie McCormack: RACQUETBALL-CO-ED: Katie McCormack, Ron Bedardg SOFTBALL - MENS'S: Team: Rightnutsp Gerry Nadeau, Kevin Davis, Dave Lambert, Bil Mezzioti, Tony Manzi, Bob jezerski, Ed Manzi, Dan MacLeod, Paul Manzi, Bob Riley: SOFTBALL-COXED: Team: Green Machine: Gerald Royer, Edward Smith, judi Allston, Pattie Smith, Wayne Walworth, Tony Bubowicz, Nancy Ford, Edward Fritz, Peggy Rivard, Cheryl White, SWIMMING 81 DIVING - MEN: IO0 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY: TEAM: P.H.M.: Mitchell, LaBroad, Archambault, Moses: IOO YARD MEDLY RELAY: Team: P.H.M.g LaBroad, Archambault, Moses, Mondor, I METER DIVE: Arthur Harding: 50 YARD BACKSTROKE: john Mannixg TOO YARD FREESTYLE: joseph Burns: 50 YARD BUTTERFLY: Scott Hansberryg 50 YARD BREASTSTROKE: Robert Mondor: SWIMMING 81 DIVING - WOMEN: 50 YARD FREESTYLE: Cristina Morrison: 25 YARD BACKSTROKE: Denise Distefanop 50 YARD BREASTSTROKE: joanne Webster: 25 YARD SIDESTROKE: Pam Nichols, TOO YARD FREESTYLE RELAY: Webster, Morrison, Nichols, Ronseaup 100 YARD MEDLY RELAY: King, Cahill, Fiske, jarvig I METER DIVE: Pam Nichols: TABLE TENNIS - MEN: Hemant Dave: TENNIS - MEN'S SINGLES: john Carroll: TENNIS - MEN'S DOUBLES: jerfery Bean, Roger Chouinardg TENNIS - MIXED DOUBLES: Debra Greenwood, joseph Regan: TENNIS - WOMEN'S SINGLES: Debra M-4. if if-sri gD 6 57 if , ffm'-gp, -.. 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Thats w rw tbex' need a bigger new spaperj' - Rodney ?1"'1'4!' ""Z"v'!" 1- -a at ,, ,,ff.. -m- :El , ,,,.,A 41, Y. JE g1iv- I I've lived here for years and years and it isn't like it used to be. They should never have put the cobblestones. That's the worst thing they could have done. I hate them cobblestones. For older peop'e it's no good. You can't walk! And they should have more stores downtown. They got nothing! What is this gonna be a park city? They could do other things. I mean, hey! People need housing, they need stores. They don't want a park! You can't even sit on a bench because you know the young people what they do in a park -they come and konk you on the head! I was born and brought up here and when I was young, Lowell was lovely." No name - No Picture l l.owell . . . it's just deteriorating. All the stores are gone. There used to be a varietv. Now it's all vacancies. And another thing, the citv is verv dirtv. l don't understand whv thev're putting all this monev to have this as a national park because the minute something goes up it's destroved. just destroved. Thev tix evervthing up verv nicelv and it's destroved. I don't know. This is mv citv. I lived here all mv lite. There is no law and order." - No Name Either 1 Rs an old town. It isn't laid out well and the parking isn't adequate. I told the mavor that they should fill in the canals and make roads. The whole citv is connected bv canals. lt would he good for transportation. - Bill Rt? fb .5 f U S 15. is photos Rick Allen ,uv""" .f gululps , f W., ,. :Ki I 1 1 V y. v: ,nf-, - fm. ' J. , ., lf' 'S+ 1? 1' ' If 'vita Sifbr ,..--1-u1 ,f .-4, - 123 nf-rs-f ul' 2- ,,.,.f-" ff' ef C f 'f4,.- X ,- Q . Q ' X.. . I -Q? to I2 gm from South Boston. That's Gods' country - if you're Irish. What I'd like to see in Lowell is more money and housing for you know. . .him tindicates joel. They should take the money from the parks and do something with it. There's nothing here. - Bart LowelI's alright. Do you go to the University? A friend works in the kitchen department - Bernie -- do you know him? I have a camera too - I'll take your picture. I take pictures of things going hy. I had my picture in the Lowell Sunday paper last week . . .they asked me about judge Bonin. But I don't even buy the Sunday paper." - loe 1 I'm glad we live here. Yeah, Yeah, because of the Because it's a famous city and it's getting famouser. mills and the national park. We get points in school for hovv much we know about it." leffrey Eagen, Thomas Delahanty Ric Peggy Shanah l The pay scale is rotten, I hate working here and I would never live in Lowell." Rick Allen 'U I'm From Dracut That's All You Need To Know. I g' . f , 1 3 if ., if 'J lil-AA - fx. 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The parks are nice when the weather is warm." - Robin 7 . r J, f f ' 11" I nm stuck with it but I'm glad I'm stuck with it. I think that Lowell has a lot of potential. Ifthe City officials and the residents themselves would work together, we would have a fine city." -Walter I used to live here and I still come back to shop. I like the urban parks and the looks of the city are shaping up." - Shiela 25 5 .wr E V, Peggy Shanahan Rick Allen YY' IWC 'Inq' llll! l ' ,J X 51? - 1 .,""" B, x '3""""' .--my '-.. gil ' V' ' 1 ..-:n ,, f ' - 5 A Q it .1 I ,xt 5 'it .I I- H r -2-:i'i2::l5.LY Q in 9" P an 'E M an .1 , 7 ,sqffaii vi-ng 4- Y as I' '33 'WU' 6 if , can N. .W 4 fghe city has a lot of potential. The expansion of Wang will create more jobs and the Urban park will bring a tourist trade. The groundwork has been laid and a lot of progress has already been made. It all depends on bow everything is carried out." - Marty Meehan '78 ngraduated here from Lowell State in 1969 . . . I still teach school but sometimes I think that I would have been better off if I applied myselfto something more practical. Teaching is a glutted field. You've got nowhere to go and few choices. I like living in Lowell. My family has a lot of ties. What you have here is a money-maker that people let run down. The money made in Lowell was never kept in Lowell. Now people from the outside are trying to make it a money maker again." "I'm not optimistic about the national park. If you want to fix your store front they give you four grand to do it with but at the same time there are regulations saying what type of signs and facades you have to have. This is all my own. I don't want someone telling me what I can and cannot do." - Tom Byrne y -'T IV- .. .Qi z -.125 TU A , uw, 5.5:-ff - I-' f a 'R 35' xg A ' I a 'S' x-Efgf-W f .Q N lb KJV' . agp.: . ff V 1 -Will, ':.'..'- x 4 .i-.1 3'7W1-V, A - :A my .V , sq' ' X ' 7553775 .Q V 4 1' -, ,QSM-vm. 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'.9z1bvA4'f'xA- .""j' Rx -P ' , . , s ' , F . 1 4' N ' I ' gf- W ' '- .' X fx: x-Y-5' 'X Q-- r I QfNpSl, "' -' .' ' ' h tx. , A . 3 X ,PX A" - :Q 11 l V X55 Qi 1 - ,,.L. -,fx .-Q . ' a-k -' . 1. PV .x"3" Ay, -' f-- J- ' .- ' -1 -, ."". xii- J 5' 'tl' N-gc' 397' 1 - ?1V,f . . ' " 1.1 . Ak- xg 'Q . H yi. I .A .N ' up bw J' so-Ixfgnqf -Lg Aging X M, gg' 8- , ." Kir k, ' -x ' 1'-'A -ww' - r' ,. . Ss' ' - - 5- . Y 5 I k"y ,,-?,xx.,- I".'rL:y, .- 'it R. rs - J s'. tn- -,AV .24 x - gt ' :K - . . 1 Ufx. K- ' 5 . I.. V 'jx , ' F " " ' ' ,' -."' 'V ol' - '.. - - 'J Kp'v -fl -'fr 0 N -.1 ,f -' .1 - gf-Q 'N K" 'Vt ' Q qx X 'W' V . . . - - . g -X .- ' 4 I 4 -' I "-.' .1 vxfk -. 2 - ' x 1 '34-:V , - ' photoslAl Mowatt c c .C 'J : f: L m QQ LN . .Q if Y 1 Y gui Peggy Shanahan nLowell is the biggest educational bargain in the country today. The profs are primarily teachers instead of researchers and they can spend time with you. But the library hasgmore empty spaces than it does books so with Boston 45 minutes away, you can hit other libraries and cultural events. Cambridge is fun, you can be as bohemian as the late sixties and still fit right in. Boston is a quaint, large city still trying to disguise itself as a small town. LoweIl's got the good rents and you can use Boston as your playground. Not a bad set-up for a starving student. Or if you're a mole you can stay in Lowell on a Saturday night, spending very little money while having a perfectly boring time. Life, like education is what you make it." - Diane Rich Lacoste 209 .W4 lffllflfp Hobbs Y-N QX Q! 1 H-X fx 5 4 X 'XIX 4. my i 1 .X 'X SI, Z ,Q - K 'S' ling ia l,:-suibsqqxw L 3,3 "'f?2s gg : so IM ,, -lg ,M XX .4 4-Ig N I E533 P ix ' E5 Xxx? 1 L L v 'g-E22 v. N '-0 ffl-Qu fc, X 1 :LL2'Ew2 10+ , S , 'X ""O'n3" sz Q 3. ii 4 ggigi O . Q -i 5 " :au XA , Q, 5'2- g4o.uJZ- f5"" il 'E ow A , ' m SQ " g QQD Du., 5 ' Ida-lg v1Ill Eg A N D7 ' 5 rg 'W' xi 'gm 2293 li I-Q la 252 """"'x f ml u in I 9 U E r Q W ' '43 o 'x 'D O- A i ,AQ3 XX l ln. 7' - : I . Us Mowatt THE WEIRDEST i Shanahan Pesmv Peggy Shanahan 2 I I ly? ,. -'L6c:. in v- ,153 'QA 'E 1 ,,g,Qg, 4 Z5 422 9 51 s ' P. X", .. rf 'D ms x Y' ii ,rv aff, J , -4 , 4 I 'I 1 -A I ,A .- 1 4' sf .. . W . A ' J . IQUQ, gf Mai' 1 B. A.,yf4,A. '. -.H T . ". .I vlj .,, , ff5'f', f . If B!"1 15.1, g. , 1 ,J , J..-J4f, sl .uigq 'i 'aaa 45 .H Aw a 1 ' V. .u ..., , in. 22:21 xxwfg I Qi C. 7 ' Q V 'if I FK sa D fi ' , if Q n' E Wxff cf! L. h X X Graff X! L, -1 1-N hL0 A3 M N I Qkfli x 'g xx x, 'gk' i x f -1 ' P . Q v f il 1 E' 70 1 74 f'f?2.e f fl Q I 2 fic? fx? W L g Q' H-7 5 XX R Q 1 V A X X K I2 ix f' Va' fx f "imma f ' 7 W 2 X XX Es. V W X' . y L f I A BOTTLE f 'af' LSA! 51 ' " i, X 1 4 X V ff-f ,g7 vu gf al ' ' . 1 O 1 AI Mowatt ,IN I K ' 4. V.. 4 1 1 Eamonn Hobbs 21 '5 ,,. , .1 "isa, - Q X .-.v .- A .-, X , - N it -Pty-1f: . - ,Fix ' ff. 'Q ' A-. "f6f f- .-:.'n:,.-, -x V-.-4. 4. iii? A ...nf .r 'H' 1" 4 9 1 f A 4 'gp .J 9-0 - , , igl-3' .. ' V " 6vulbf'f"': '- --' ' , -:YV-3' L ' 3 Ji vrx. ,O 20 I A..-4 .1-5.-, ee:-QIU4-s I-S , 1 , .A . :' -. f . -fl Kg' - .' af ig -:-31f.i3i fl", .ff ,365-gQ'gj?' fag?-t 1 f ,ff?ysr" ":- V ' ' K if K lf V-'If ' ' - Q14 -"' 1 J-. ., " -fp 1, ' 1--.,. ir5g7Q4?1-12,-.A ' , ' " W f .g.A- 4- vlsfiisd -xl, ' 1 ' 1 f ,, .'h" ' f ' X.,- -'--f1',-a,:, .5,j.-,f l'f4 lr Y 4 4 ' if ,,.Jf' . ' ,AL f J-' . ,Q--.I Y ,M f ,- Q, I f...ff-f' 1 ff, -.1 1 V -., .,,. Al Mowan -41? E. 1 1 Q,- n,,,,.v X mf' 2:2 nl Q. in 'I-on 'P , Q , IF.- - V r 'X .w . Al Mowafl 'kim 2 ' r Q., X XXX gy L.. 5. 2 , if 'fl 1. , . :gpm iv: xx-M E- . l ' ' gi 1555? f ' 5-: L Q f r 'Q flffml' f 41 Lynrfvs ,-' ,gh 3 .swf ',-in fx 1' v' I , r 2 5' ff: 'ff tZ"'i7'Ai6 ' i ' ?i"59s. +1 ' . f ' 517 fr, ,l x'gigf!g'31. 1 lgygtgw . .i+IFrf3i:, , 321 A QEQ ' 12322 rapt r. Jef fe xr, g :yf Y rf ' - aJ"3v'ie'Qrrl ty .. L up N fviqs-A 3 L f S An". 53 f' ,rf ffDon't ask me about Lowell, l'm a Townie! I think that they should level the University and build a parking lot. As forthe people of Lowell, they can park where the University of Lowell used to he!" -- Louie ..--, x.v. .A - ' V - - f V - 4- ' r --- Peggy Shanahan it '!.--i ag gl - Q92 V 'vw . 'V f . , I .Q X A f .i ., .N gc' -sa ,. T, ., , Q L' V Vvt s. .1 ' I .,, ,1 ,:' ,,V , L q J ar 4 f X Q 2' 'X N ey! , 1 -, Q-3 f , l -'if' H W 2 Mfg' Tx, if M ggi 1 Eamonn Al Mowart fl' I have mixed feelings about the school, although it is the best l can afford. The City is looking a lot better in some placesff - Karen K9 Qin 'Y :Immun fy-I5 loe Vecchione 219 i' l :F f' - li- 1 L9'f.i- -1- 4 7-L ? -0 f-f- - ', -C. Q -is B Z.: gnu, H Q I W: .ibA 5 EEE ,f sv ' :H- ' P 2 I 3 X.. f'4 iff? Lu: - , li 35 ""' , .-,,.. ml f fig? is Q gy r' I 42 d f Ax eq :IED- I. -.X f, , f 2 , 'Tb , X i.. - ff Q N . Z 441 "1 ' W kixiifiiiix Nixxxxiiimkiam , "" ' - 6 m. ,h ... gg W' wjsef 'WQWX 5 it E Ziff I" f ' If an 4 Y 1.1: 2 X Qi 1' ' L f 2 N bgfhx. 'll 'I Bk Vps Q ,Fx 'g fx 16 .Q 'H " ' 9 1 6. ,RL A ,E 6 X ,h 0 v 80, I I ,G ffmwf X 5 Q ., CFM' ,, .c gan 15, . - 9 - 'g - 1 1 ,N ' N QF Sf ' " A yv,,jy. J - S. I 1 Q gf s-35: ,f i E?fil':f ,Q 'S ' 2 F175 NE' ' J Eiifm .giagxi ' '. Mm' Q E42 ffa5,lyQlf eg .K - -11.4 x QLLK X gd ini 5 - - A -- . 4 Q' .. ' 11' ' ,K Q Q? 4 -- 'fm' 5 . -- --C3 A A b ' N --'T'-' ,j .zzz ,,'flN 1 E L4 'q X - - ' - " Mal'-. W rf IEW f 1 -Ti 1 -- L' ' I ' f 'Ni' . 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A V ck ale q , yes- . 9 ,T f 'ig 2, . , 2 fi w e QndOQfle'iiilfVZ'i'f 6 It og 9 Q 4 : E , ' ' 5' ' , 14 gy 2 ff though lm bring- W- f 'S . ing a change of Q i. do undervvearf GD is - Woody Allen The thing I like most about ggi xxx - axswl myself is that I always smell x ggggg. g W UV x-,-Vgggss like pot," if 2-g -Zonker N Wwx ,QQ 7' 22-2-3 ----Nw if ii WMM eww ,Q ' 2. 2 - 2- is 1' W 1-r Q sg .,,, .. E gg H A.-1, is .. 222 -F' f if ta fl 'V' Lowell has the most effed-up traffic patterns l've ever seen." - Shiela Commuting is a major hassle." - Maureen I know a lot of really fine people here but I still haven't found a sense of community." - Ray Every thing at school would be much simpler if all the shit was on one form. The red tape is incrediblef' - Yo gySh.1n.1h. V Q fl grew up here. I used to be a real-nerd freshman." I -' -if - Spike vmffv X A The summer is the only thing I'm looking forward to." M 5 ft o fi? l I - Maggie El 5 There are no simple answers." V X X - Champ 5:21 .I l , y uh C Il Ll! 1 ll f 1 - K . 2 Y ff "- 2 f,n"'9f' "ffl ' A I 4: " I m Comfortable here ' " Most of the people are M-Q94 reallv fine I only have to N- Onore the req ,L-,,, Mlke ,mx '.f..e-?' .fn-...f ,sc ,n-y.,.-A-.f 4 +P 5 ie F kk C 44' "Y" 'T D' JB V.. W' Q Y Al Mowatt i EJ L E i ' v 5 A 5 ' AI Mowatt ? Peggy Shanahan 2 2 5 I u 1 M, .., -4 ii' 'se " 'Emi'-f' . -I .-nu... - i W .-.Q -a. .--..Q.q. 1 --nv. -.Q-V.. . 5, ,. L "" 'L"'v '-susan.-Q., 1. 1 X, u I H .. ,fb . 'vxg . 2 1" Ax JI, x Q""x ,H ,, N . ,Q 'L . we ff 1 f"2',Qq ,'f 1 -v ---'- +-. ff..- ,1-- , - x .2 5' nl . s I Ken McKee 226 Peggy Shanahan 7 "Wann-' M " E' "' -in 9... 'fi' ga e rl 1 . . c , ,L . v 4, of Eamonn Hnhbs PU Rick .Allen ,........ .- W-, -..f AY...,. -V .,..,.,, YY..., .,....... ,-.. .. , g x .,.,. 2" , .5 ff gt, ', J 'iff . ,I A , , .3-Q, : 1 if , , an ., .gf- li X, I ,r 7 X I' , , 4 F ,xx , , " F ff ff, f f X f X , X jr rf ff' 5 ,f 'ffl ff ff 4 1 If X I 1, ff .1 n Z X Y X.. r' .Ja nv '-1" r' ,- X f , "'- V My 5-127113, -. , ,viii 7 4 i i 1 X A N,7"'?f?F"5 x R., V,-nf., ,- f Q. A ..-L N ff., . v ,A .ya x ww . g3vWl2wg.q1? .f 253' :- phnmdleggy Shanahan , . ,si f.. 4 if ."f:'f ' 'aa . . xx ' -s -Q ,- ' ,N N K N 'l NL-Y 1 H -- ' :T vi 3. xg- v .. A 2-.-,NX -sg - S.-,:. Q 'W i.-. .., x N f'nx.' " " 44 J- -'k'.-L 'X' xfni' -D..-.wx ,. mf-, wx, . -N-'..: .41 "N N: .NR -sa ,Xi ..: -f-.. Tplj' 1- :W -.f---A+ 4 3 -r -5+ we .9 'xgkf 4-xg-. LQ.,- X -'A ,-'-1 ' ,apt 4 x X' ST. 32 -FQ, ' T" 'bf 'TE X N5.. '-N 'XAQ fvxuwg . S""'."'T',3xL,vflfp13'sx' - . w. ,-.:N V'-I, ',.9-",'Sr lg- 'gi A Q51 .. fi '41,-w:,-Q-'fri A.. il 'S+-H , "'r.1 N.' ss,M,.,-,.,: K .5 s ,R X N ,Mc :Q "'x" 's 5 '. F- Q -Y -A -'13 fx ' 's 431 r' .s. ' 'G QQ 'X V- W ' 'N ." -11' ' " Q 'Q WJDY:-?,'v ,. ,, ,.' 5.1 '-uf . 14 I Rene Ferrara II I 'I I Rick Allen I I I I I ' I I I I I I 256 .14 4 on a 4 ?.?2,,.,' t . JV, - A .C, . . 4 - Q Huy w -an 1. ' 1 1 ill' " a "51? 5 Fm, H. 32" -ii fi. 4 Fi' , ' o 1' uf, 1 'Y Q .125 i cn! Mmm AI Mowan iw . I I I I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 2 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I X . I I I I I I I I I I I L I I I I I I , I I I I I I I When l think of leaving this place my mind starts taking pictures. I look long and hard at the all-the-time things that I'll leave behind for someone else to pick up. I want these pictures to remain clear the yellows warm, the shapes solid. I want to be able to close my eyes and bring back the feelings . . . hear the noise. Peggy Shanahan PGSSY 240 I I have always thought that it was somewhat egotistical for a yearbook editor to use the last page of the book for a personal message. But some things must be written, and this is for all of you . . . for lim Donohoe, Barbara Miliaras and Guy Caron who cared and kept the faith, for everyone in the Office of Student Affairs, for Leo Panas, for Karen, Eamonn, and the Connector for 'the stairvvell', for Terri, Bruce, Rick, and the Sojoum Staff who understood what is is like to be tired, dry, and frustrated, for about six thousand silent and patient people who waited five months longer than usual for their yearbook, for Diane who gave me constancy and more than a few good laughs, for Mike who gave me something very beautiful, and for Mom and Dad who gave me everything. For all those people - family and friends - whose support was of a value beyond words or estimation, this book was compiled and edited with love." - Peggy Shanahan Sta ., , yy.. r : --.,-,- o' "4 Y 4? Q N 5 A .fs W fv 5. 'X f' "ir: X..:'Q,-iii. v", " 3- " -T, - 1 w 'frat' ' -"ish, 'I ' 3 71" way? 47" L ' ' ' -ff. 11,14 - p ,.,, BQ: A ... wg 'u .1 ,qw - l -v ,, y- -ww, A It '75 M',"iK' Lf- 1 , M 'Q . H 'q4.,gvY5,,"J?. ,PT 1' V ' ' , , ' ' .V Y' ',w ' , A Ai fm 1. L ,K fn 77 ,-5 Q., - ,. -A fx. 3:..vf! n, . A -' ' ,U ' 2, -' 'X 1"-19 1 ," U Rwlf 344' ' A l ,riff W 1 8 ,X X- .iii 3: , nga, , A HA H i, W V 4 .ZW 4:11, , K I , sm X gl. 'wif faillsg K , ,A , v V, - P, , 4 .., ' " gf 7 H, B '-N . Q? J- 4,3 ', s . 1 . 4 ,V ,K ,Q , HT- 'Ei' : 5' " .f5w"'fQ f' 'Yf.14'fMf.-.'.V!. . D. Y ,N ' K f - . A , H"Q,i, . qxu, 13 N V 'lY"" V vflx ki . V A kv ,-1' X," mil QJ175. A 'wh 'fi' 1 ' 'F H Ai -1 A sig. D ' ,lj-.' . ' LIZ, - .1 i A-' .-A . llffli 'N .1 , 4 r T" w "in"-inf?-., Q ' L 5 '-wgi -.lf ". 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