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

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If so, the blue pages pertain to you. Are you a clubette of any sort? Red is your color of identity. Do you want to remember the Ulowell Times- Right After Prologue year's events? Venture to read the H92 L Hidden ULoweIl Times. Senior Section- Grey Pages Special Sections are hidden inside Sports- Blue Pages . . . Look and See! Organizations- Red Pages Whatever you do, Enjoy, Enjoy, En- The Old Worthen Tavern- Worthen Street joy. . . Sojourn 'SI vvas designed for Portfolio- Somewhere Amongst your pleasure! i 1 U4 0 1 The Prologue Section Qwhich L you've entered nowj introduces A' ,. the University of Lowell: people, places, things. whatever: it's all 1 Q ' : here. -Q Some articulate individuals 6 A' M A "' -A 1 - A 763' are going to explain their exper- , ,R Y, . 1' V , 1 Yip. :ences of granduer to you... can af I P , - 'in ,- you relate? X Sit back and relax . . . let your el - eyes do the work --- Oh. about , a. , H92 . . it'll pop out at any 2 moment! 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Pro- fessors probably like 8:00 classes less than students. Who 'd want to lecture to a class of yawning students, many of whom walk in late, and most of whom pay more attention to their coffee than the lec- ture? I'm lucky this morning. The lecture is being supplemented by slides. so I don't have to force myself to look awake and interested. Like the rest of the class, I slump back in my chair and sip my coffee. The first slide slips in and out of focus, as do my thoughts. With graduation only a semester away, I find I'm often caught in reflections on the past few years. lt's been almost four years since I re- ceived the "Dear AppIicant" form letter notifying me of my acceptance to ULowell. There's been so much fun, so much aggravation, so many late night pa- pers and studying marathons since then. I can still remember my first class, taught by the most humorous critic in the Eng- Iish Department. After his first class, I knew I was going to like it at ULowell. My high school classmates and I com- pared the atmosphere at ULowell to our high school. The freedom, the maturity and the responsible attitudes of the stu- dents impressed us. Coming from a high school that had treated jocks as demi- gods, we were pleased to find that ULowell's jocks were regular students with an athletic talent. It was a friendly Campus, and we liked it. My mind drifts back to the lecture. The professor recommends a book that can elucidate the slides we are viewing. I write the title into my notebook, as I al- ways do when a book is recommended. After three and a half years, l've got a long list of recommended readings, but I 've yet to read more than two or three of them. More slides are projected on to the screen. more memories stir in my head. I think what my friends and I will miss alot when we graduate is our club office in the SUB. lt's been a second home to us for a few years, and we've had many marathon study sessions there. lt's an ac- tive club, and it's given me a sense of being part of Campus life. Through the club, l've become more involved in Uni- versity affairs and l've gotten to know many professors outside the classroom. There is much more substance to my col- lege life than if I just attended class and went home. Of course, the club's been a source of frustration once in awhile, when there doesn't seem to be enough time to work on the activities, but the rewards outnumber the frustrations. We've had so much fun designing booths for Spring Carnival, and setting up the booths on dismal, rainy nights. We feel proud to be able to work with the English Department to give student input to the Department changes. We've worked hard to structure this club into a popular and respected organization, and we've suc- Tlm Gent 1 J.. f v ls 4-, 'E .af L E' 1,1 . . ....... 'U 171 A ,f ,v,,,ff J.:- , :?'-E' 'af-,f ', 4, , ,' 7 ,f ,J J A ff? - " " 'Y I f '12, i .- -b .4 4-Y. D 4 1 'K' Y 1 'E Q-Q ,Q X. Q.,- .. S... -st.. xx, . H... Q .., Q. Ai. -L. 4 211 Sojourn '81 Presents A Feature Article: "9 "What ls Your Favorite Quotation?" Reality is for those who can't handle drugs -Burnout Nothing should be prized more highly than the value of each day. - Goe- the But sometimes you have to moan when nothing seems to suit you, but neither the less you know you're locked toward the future. So on and on you go, the seconds tick the time out, there is so much left to know, and l'm on the road to find out. - Cat Stevens ULowelll ULove itl U Kidding? - Lowell Bridges The number one quadraped at U Lowell is a sheep. - Dupe Every human being is a mystery, that must be learned slowly, reverently. with care, tenderness. and pain, and is never learned completely. To be what we are and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end in life. - Spinoza It's easier to stay out than to get out. - Mark Twain It ain't over 'til it's over. - Yogi Berra, NY Yankees One close relationship is worth more than a multitude of surface ones. The tears we shed so painfully, The laughter we shared so freely, The smiles we exchanged so briefly, The songs we sang so peacefully, The lit- tle things we say and do just to say "I Love You" Are the little things we need to share, Just because we care. - A.C.P. The white zone is for loading and unloading only . . . If you have to load or unload, go to the white zone - ZAPPA 10 Have patience and shuffle the cards. - Sancho Had any good "O's" lately? - Pete Tomsheck My definition of a free society is one where it is safe to be unpopular. - Adlai Stevenson If there is no wind . . . Row! It's better to stay outside the ma- chine of life and be an observer, than get caught up in its gears. Finish each day and be done with it . . . You have done what you coulda Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in, Forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day, you shall begin it well and serenely. - Ralph Waldo Emerson Now if all my golden moments could be rolled into one, they would shine just like the sun for a summer day . . . - James Taylor To Live is the Rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, That is all. - Oscar Wilde Man proposes, God disposes. - S. Richardson Do more than exist-live. Do more than touch-feel Do more than look-observe. Do more than read-absorb. Do more than hear-listen. Do more than listen-understand. Do more than think-ponder. Do more than talk-say something. - Gene Brown Reflection in the waves spark my memory. - Styx Man is the only creature endowed with the power of laughter: is he not the only one that deserves to be laughed at? - Greville Go for itl - Duane Glasscock The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sud- den flight. But they. while their com- panions slept, were toiling upward in the night. - Longfellow Long Live Area Ruling! - Shiden Chi Chi's obre Abogado - Roman If a man loses reverence for any part of life, he will lose reverence for all life. - Albert Schweitzer You are what you eat. Question Authority - Dupe Take a trip back with father Tiresias, li "once a man, like the sea l ragedti once a woman. like the earth I gave . . And there is, in fact more earth than sea. - Peter Gabriel That's what they pay Engineering Salaries for. - Prof. Petrou L l I i 1 i i i I .yy I i l 5 fr 1 'ci 'l. You've got your nuclear boots andl your drip dry gloves. - The Cars by Never do today what you can put off? until tomorrow. - Procastinator'sQ Creed Life suxl - X Friends are like the notes of a song: One melody, One harmony together they make music. The chance of a lifetime is to be yourself. y When there's a will, if it's strong enough. There's definitely a way. -1 Ronald L. Russo L F 1 li 1 i A hard man is good to find-it's good to keep a hard man up. - David Nolan If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you dream it. you can become it. -- William A. Ward lt was a new day yesterday, but by God it's an old day now. - Ian Anderson Every Dog Has His Day. Dalrymple's Law: When all else fails, force it. Corollary to Dalrymple's Law: If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway. Life's a bitch. - NP I always keep them busing. - Stan the bus driver For a hassel free school year, don't come!! - CTC lt's a question of mind over matter, I don't mind and you don't matter. I 'm Still Laughing In my first three years of wandering aimlessly through the hallowed halls of the University of Lowell, lhave learned many strange and wonderful things. Among these bits of knowledge, now stored away in the corners of my brain lurks the fact thatllfe In general and school life In particular is not half as bad as everyone makes it out to be lm not saying that complaining about the things which are a general pam IS not legltamate Complamlng IS an integral part of every students life and a great source of conversation All Im trying to point out IS that If I a confessed dumb broad can survive the rigors of techie llfe II just cant be all that bad I am completely convinced that attl tude IS the most Important factor In maintaining your sanity in this not so sane environment Fortunately for me I started out from day one wlth an lcan see the humor in anything attitude This I found to be my best defense against the contradictions misunderstandings and general screwups which seem to occur daily In the life of every ULowelI student Red tape IS definitely my favorite amusing pastime here at the University Before I had even managed to complete my first month of intensive U2 studies I came to the realization that In order to even sneeze un class you must fill out 30 forms In triplicate Instead of letting this annoying process drive me to taking a midnight swim In the Northern Canal I decided that if you can t beat them smother theml So now before making even a minor change In my life pattern I make sure to hlt up the registrars office for a large pile of every form I can find I then ask everyone I can find to sign somewhere on something hoping that eventually I wlll get the right E na E u .: U f au m ull .li ls This A New Major? 12 , I p7"Nl r' hx 5 f ' ' r-, h v' ., at J.. 'I 5 l fp K . f f jf! 'F f if ' c 5 'v N92 If A true friend unbosoms freely. ad- visesiustly, assists readily, adven- tures boldly, takes all patiently. defends courageously, and contin- ues a friend unchangeably. - Wil- liam Penn Do badly what you do at all. - Aesop's Fables To be a rock and not to roll. - Led Zeppelin Lord, To whom should we go? It is Thou that hast the words of Eter- nal Life. - St. Peter There's no such thing as a free lunch. You gotta be Klaghornin' mel - B.C. Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not, nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Ge- nius will notp unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not, the world is filled with edu- cated derelicts. Persistence and Determination are omnipotent. - Napoleon Hills 8 W. Clement Stone 'Tis better to be silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt. Love and truth are alike in that they both are difficult to find, and require some effort to keep. - Mi- chael Girard And then you woke up. Two roads diverged in the wood, and I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. - Robert Frost Word to the wise: Leave no turn unstonedl - Vera You tried 'to walk on a trail we were carving, now you know that we framed you. - Pete Townshed Whenever people or circum- stances make you question your- self, what you are doing, or what your worthiness to succeed at it. remember that your strongest re- serve and your only answer is yourself. - Peggy C. Shanahan Reality is all a state of mind. N9 3 ff G.K. Chesterson's Observation: l have seen the truth and it makes no sense. A smile can never be kept, it can only be given. - Forbes Mad- zongwe When the goal ahead is an endless fight Through a sunless day and a starless night. Where the far call breaks on the sleeper's dream. Only the gamefish swims upsteam. l know you believe you understand what you thinkl said, But l am not sure you realize that what you hear is not what I meant. - R.M. Nixon Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles he has overcome while trying to succeed. - Booker T. Washington l've met a lot of hard boiled eggs in my day, but you're twenty min- utes. - Ace in the Hole To do less is more. Do not ask what your country can do for you --- ask what you can do for your country. - JFK Hit me with your best shot! - Pat Benatar To impose is not to discover . . . - Wallace Stevens Adrift in the sea of life, the course you set seems strange. But, re- member as the past-wake de- parts you-that your meaning will change. Roll out your bones and raise up your pitcher, raise up your glass to good King John. - Steely Dan Turning Corners Maybe it's only luck. I don't know. It seems as if sometimes there is simply no choice but to go, knowing that you have no idea where you're going. There is al- ways one who makes straight lines, some are able to dive into adversity as if it were the Merrimack River and emerge on the other side undaunted and perfumed. There is, for such a one, no trial. Necessi- ty and reality hold hands. One of the hardest trials for me during my college existence has been to finda decent place to live. My first apartment was a break- through, or rather a break-in. It was in a condemned building being iuiced up for another ten years. I didn't mind. Being an adventurer. it was like hiking for me. I slept on the kitchen floor in authentic freedom. The rent was reasonable, since there was none and the landlord stopped in only occasionally to deliver lumber and other such clutter. Never having lived in Lowell, finding the employment office was a real task. I found it, however and it worked. I re- ceived my instructions and my second morning in Lowell began with a bicycle ride across town to find my new employ- er. The wind was cold and the sky poured buckets. After an hour or so of being lost, pedalling around in circles. I lit upon it, a now defunct chemical waste outfit where for a month I was to sense the darker side of Lowell. Luckily, strange as it seems. and quickly, like a change in the weather, I was laid off and the landlord material- ized looking for money. I was in the street with a new beginning. In two weeks my first semester at ULowelI would begin. and I was on my back. On the rebound, my second apartment turned out to be cherry. fred, so to speakl. Sunday morning papers and cof- fee felt good in my hobbit-size hole. I felt mature and at home. Then came the change. When the fire broke out. I was having coffee and writing. I dropped my notebook along with a certain heartfelt trust in neighborly intentions. The entire building of five floors was loaded with street urchinst snivelling ten year olds with clubs and rocks. and chips on their shoulders. Unfortunately, my kitchenfliv- ing room window was at urchin eye level and had a small rock hole in it. On the morning of the fire, a kitchen match came through the hole and landed on the couch beneath. There were small puffs of smoke but I was there to put the fire out with my coffee. I ran to the door and noticed several kids whom I yelled at to no avail. I saw a few in the pack spar with each other and I mused on the thought of batting one or two of them about. To avoid any future conflagrations, I moved to an apartment three blocks away in Cupples Square. Here I had room- mates whom I slightly knew but none of them were students. Set up like a rooming house, there was a community kitchen and bathroom shared by seven tenents. I spent my freshman year there, studying little. mostly partying. Again, I began to feel at home until. at night, when I could hear footsteps, faint wee footsteps in my room, barely audible against the hissing of the radiator. For a few days I loaded and emptied mousetraps until the prob- lem was solved. The mice came in by the hoards. They seemed to enjoy the vibra- tion and rattle of the radiator rocking them to sleep through the long. cold drear of winter nights. but I did not. Nor did I like them. There just wasn't any room . . . I marched through the snow to school and back as if I were performing some odd ritual which I did not understand. My fellow roomies were collecting unemploy- ment and foodstamps, wondering at my self-torture. Their apathetic logic was wearing off on me. Looking at them I saw the ease of flowing within the State and found myself at odds with this workless wonder. I felt I was loosing ground, wast- ing time. I wanted to move, to avoid the temptation to throw it all away. I decided to remain, to more or less find a middle ground where I could work at school, study at home and maintain a social life. Still I leaned toward the social aspect and took my education lying down. I almost gave up, but through some seemingly delicate precision it came to pass that my landlord had decided to rip down the rat nest, dust the domicile, purge me of my purgatory. He wanted to rest cars on the same spot, it being very favorable ground next door to his gas station, so of course, I cleared out. Recrossing the river, I found a place with a buddy of mine that had a washer and dryer downstairs, and I could not believe it, a garage. Ah, Pawtucketville. I spent two years there feeling well on my way up the renter's ladder, looking into the light of tenant heaven, But my new landlord hovered like a storm cloud in the second floor apartment. He lived up there with his father, who was nothing but an aging pest. At five in the morning, all winter long, the old man would trek through our front door and go down into the cellar to chop wood and smoke, un- derneath my bedroom. But I resigned my- self to it, learning to fall asleep between chops. Beside that, for two years I man- aged to stop him from throwing away most of my auto parts which I'd often leave here and there to clean. He was, however, persistent, and managed to sneak some choice articles into the trash. Snow tires, a drill, a transmission mount, I was happy to move when the time was right. Now that l've found the most agreeable place so far. . .I only hope that my ladder holds out. The places where I used to live are all around the corner. I can turn around to see where I 've been but for now I'd rather not.I am well fed and have learned to balance social life and school life as far as possible. Looking into the smokey. grey past it seems as if I have been like a water bug, turning in dreamy revolutions around Lowell, across the riv- er and back, spinning through town. The choices are lost. but now I know, in alittle while l'll be turning wider circles, edging my way out of town. Jim Hayes N9 2 n Perfect speed is being there. - Richard Bach I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the fa- ther, but by me. - Jesus Christ The only way to have a friend is to be one. - Ralph Waldo Emerson You can't always get what you want. but if you try sometime, you just might find, you get what you need. - Rolling Stones Much is gained if we have trans- formed hysterical misery into common unhappiness - Sigmund Freud I am truly impressed and amazed by the academic prowness of Mr. Robert Lenehan. - John Louis Vi- tali Will you gather dreams, or will you gather wealth? How can you find your fortune if you cannot find yourself. - G. Lightfoot I may end up spending all my mon- ey but I'll still be alive. - J. Entwisle There is no past that we can bring back by longing for it, there is only an eternally new Now that builds and creates itself out of the ele- ment of the Past and the Past withdraws. - Goethe Here there's lots of room for doing the things you've always been de- nied. Look and gather all you want to, there's no one here to stop you trying. - J. HaywardfR. Thomas The world is full of kings and queens who will blind your eyes and steal your dreams. lt's Heaven and Hell. - Black Sabbath The secret of being tiresome is to tell everything. N9 2 rr Whip it good. - Devo What is not remembered. cannot be forgotten. - E.J. Powers That's Jake by me. - Bill Bannister There are lies ---, Damned lies ---. and Statistics. - Mark Twain One good word is worth a thou- sand pictures. - Eric Sevareid The world will bend to committed psyche. Zeus, who guided men to think, has laid it down that wis- dom comes alone through Suffer- ing. - Aeschylus Those who forget the.past are doomed to repeat it. Hold fast to dreams. For if dreams die. life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly. - Langston Huges The layman asks "Why?" The poet asks "Why not?" The CH major asks "Why me?" - A Petrified CH Major I never let my schooling interfere with my education. - Mark Twain The mass of men live their lives in quiet desparation. - Henry David Thoreau The wheel in the sky keeps on turning. l don't know where l'll be tomorrow. - Journey Living on reds, vitiamin C, and co- caine, and all my friends can say is ain't it a shame. - DJT If he can't speak English. what the hell is he doing here? - M. Craig My interest is in the future be- cause l'm going to spend the rest of my life there. - Charles F. Ket- tering Happiness adds and multiplies as we divide it with others. - Forbes Madzongwe 19 Habitat Hassles Imagine, if you can, what it would be like to live with thirty- five Danvers State rejects, all on one floor, all sharing four showers, and one telephone. Now, imagine this situation existing for nine months a year for four years. Are you shaking et? This arrange- Y ment is referred to as "dorm Iife." ln this lovely living environment you must perform all your activi- ties of daily living- if you dare. For starters, if your classes begin between Stw and IO:OO 'better start heading for the shower at four A.M., because after that time the hot water is shut off and the lines for the showers back up to the elevators. If you do make it through the showering throng, and if you somehow have managed to salvage thirty minutes before class, school officials allow you to attend what they call "breakfast." Yes folks, for half a grand a year you. too, can eat fried silly putty and buttered floor tiles. After that's thrown, and of course, after you've slept through twelve hours of lectures you have the emense joy of returning to your 4"X4" box to enjoy a peaceful night of study. Peaceful? Oh, yes, it's peaceful if you get into Bach's B-Minor Mass played full blast as background music for the cacaphony of the other box creatures watching Gil- ligan's Island reruns on the lobby tube outside your door. Oh, and of course you cannot forget the nym- phomaniac upstairs whose bed- springs have not stopped rattling since September. But, l'II be hon- est, there are those moments when you and a few good friends 20 get together in your room to enjoy some Doors and a few brews. Imagine the scene- you've just sparked the first bowl of the night when . . . 'lcnock, knock. knock . . . Gimme your I.D. smoking is illegal, beer should be in glasses, and more than five in a room is a party and for breaking . . . " who said Hitler was dead? He was reincar- nated as a floor counselor. Enough. Enoughl Let's talk about those special moments, such as getting that phonecall from a spe- cial someone. This is an beautiful and exciting moment if you were able to stay awake for the telly to finally be free long enough for your call to come through. lf this miracle actually does occur, the birds are by now beginning their morning song. Anyways, the long awaited caller gave up six hours ago after getting thirty-seven con- secutive busy signals. Too bad you're not so popular. So, at this point, it's time to skip everything else and to head out to some low life establishment fi.e.: barb. Take your anxious body to the 'vater, press the button and wait. And wait. And wait. And wait. Better yet, take the stairs. jello legs are always fun for a night out. After all these hassles l hear ev- eryone screaming "Why?" Well. why not. Where else could a stu- dent, amid all the aggravations and assholes, meet some really great people and collect a long list of excellent times Cwhich actually do happenj. Ask me to commute? NEVER! Karen Toof-"Toof-Baby" 21 l ll' l ll 'l iw 1 il l ll s I l l Q so ll ll lr ll l M v l ill 3, all li- li l l ll ',l l i A N9 2 n You know sometimes, I don't know why, but this town seems so hope- less. -Tom Petty NUTS!-General McAuliff As soon as I had finished the course of studies which usually ad- mits one to the ranks of the learned . . . I found myself saddled with so many doubts and errors that I seemed to have gained noth- ing in trying to educate myself . . . -Descartes l'd rather be the guy who bought the Brooklyn Bridge than the guy who sold it. -Will Rogers To do is to be. -Socrates To be is to do.-Plato Do be Do be.-Sinatra I have often regretted speaking but l have never regretted keeping silent. Man's mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions. -Gliver Wendell Holmes Live long and prosper.-Lt. Com- mander Spock Smoke Dope not rope.-Vera The more I see of men, the more I like my dog!!!-EM Don't take life too seriously, you'lI never get out of it alive. Why should I be lonely? Is not the earth in the Milky Way?-Savage Clone May the Spirit Never Die. An impossible "degree" of igno- rance. My cap is my crown.-Karen Toof, Beth McElhiney X w"" l v YAAIYH R -.. :V -'fl -.1 7'5" .- . . lug K jfi F . V' 'lk " ' ' 31 tAndHis y-i5'y5oon - i1 9- an-aaa I, inane 'I I d i ll ll B H i ll I alll In ii li II :I ll ll . ll - ui dilllll 51 Il L. n ll ll Qi ...lin l' Nth A A IGI " 5 ' 2 E 5 , 5 i-1 .W p I- Fleshless was created And the hours rush on, the moon slips by. It seems that with the punch of the time-clock or the close of a book, I begin another chapter. I dream over coffee, trying to recall a time when I had nothing to do but dream over coffee. And it seems that with the punch of a time-clock and the close of the book, I complete another chapter. J.F. Fereira. Jr. by De Gilroy. h 5x,:,'K'!XL,, ., - Q 'N V r yr- "' 1 ,Q-.fi-T Y M A A JJ , ff ' --. TYO .gfg kgbqa X l in 5 4 F il- HF U l. owell Time 4CHU6 Reorganization Among many political changes which happen each year, there are a few which will affect our lives as col- lege students. One example of this is the increase in the drinking age. An- other more recent change is the structure of higher education. The present structure was established in I965, which consisted of each school having their own "Power Board," Board of Trustees. They were the decision makers for the institution. The Board consisted of I5 members, I4 of which were ap- pointed by the govenor, and I, a stu- dent who was elected by the student body. Hefshe represents and voices the opinions of the students. The new system changes this drastically. All of the present Boards, as of March I, l98l will be dismissed and replaced by a 'Super Board."This Board will carry the name of "Board of Regents." lt will be made up of I5 governor-appointed members with no student representa- tion. Under the reorganization plan, each institution will have one less powerful board composed of 9 mem- bers. Again with no student represen- . g--.s, 6 Volume I tation. This is a major problem be- cause no student opinions will be voiced in the policy making bodies. All decisions will be made by an ap- pointed board member, who usually is a lawyer, a businessman, or someone who Governor King owed a favor. The reorganization plan gives a tre- mendous amount of power to the "Su- per Board," but it does not specifical- ly describe how this authority is to be used in all instances. There is still room for those with strong convic- tion to' influence the shape of things to come. Trouble from An Ash-Hole Once upon a time, there was a big mountain in Washington named Mount St. Helen. It exploded. and exploded. ff 'A 1 jst , 'L and exploded some more. But now it is y 7 I y' just a smoldering mass of hot ash. Ash Z fi 5' i from Mount St. Helen is being sold as a . ' , A a 'f ' collector 's item. Do you have your par- f 1 - X Y, Q? XS J., ' l T ' ticals? ' " Y- '- ' f , . . f f X X X ' " g, ft, , f 45 ,.. f ,gf it The Weather X 1 l I LV -V - I iffy .' l f Z, f ,fg gg fi I , " -fjysig, T f Lowell weather during the summer is fl! ? f' - A 2 hot, humid, stagnant, and where air- 5 w if K, W , conditioned-extremely cold. This is a ,' Ajx I9 gr , If if pItIiblicH?rvice message from the ?7 J a it f , f, . owe imes. - .7 .f fx I l V I V l - . X Tix Ki? X! I - 1 I vm " ' N -- ' fr ' it T T fr -- I -2? f , ' I rf -, 5 -I l .im 2 J . f' ,- ff , fi ' e , l- 1 .f ff .Q s " .T ' ' ' A-gy ' 4 ' I g X , . Q if-, .f 'f' -, . J rj 'V rx f .f l wg: 'V Q A ,N V fl ' l l l ' 9 .3 L 3 Ji' f . ... --r if '1 'l isa. , 1 ., . 1- .. , 1 ' ..,' . - ws 1' .Lua-f .'."i1f-eJ-- - -ug' 1 v .V -4 -- X -..A ', a,?. .Uv 4 ,ruff -,au is-'-' 1, 5- , gsm' 2, . LB -'Fe - 1 r",'l 1 ' l ,."f' f' y -'-I 5 tn gf, rvft M ' ,fc-'9', ' f,,5L' ' .' vi, -'of-.T Q. - Y 1',.f,j1tq',f17"m A ...fn Billbonovan L J A AV I - 1.1 .avr- Zlfiift I li F1....T3l V.. Q e r EIT sis- ..a..'. rgii 5' 1.1 s Q '- v x -, - V '-,rf -"" ss..-rr: 1 1 'Q . M ., .. . 45- , -I -Q-Y -.1 x- EJ 'Q x ' "6 H?" 59? N rf' ff' ff '-Z P 1 43 , .r.'fi3!"I"'--' K .y Grientation Confused freshmen. transfers, and readmitted students invaded Ulowell for orientation beginning on June 2nd. The Towers was their place of habita- tion for the overnight stay. Entertainment was pro- vided by Ed Priest and dis- plays of clubs and organiza- tions were held on the sec- ond floor of the building. Of course, registration was a i980 hassle, and the forbidden parties occured, but the biggest dilemma was how to eat the cafeteria food without becoming ill. Enrollment increased im- mensely this year, as you may have noticed. A lot of new faces filled the cam- pus. The enrollment for l98O-8I is 7,772, the largest population the university has experienced. j rr art f'-f--. + P1 h -1-lull t---V -f..Y,f " ' 'W E T-'T TT YY E 1 I t .N . I , , fl -is 0 , gg C ,. - 26,414 ana L' .,'r2,15if'i'1 f' --25, .A-.-HQ il, .Jgf .ff sf-. r--f-'y 'ri . :eki K J 'V -.14 ' h pk y, 'KA A J , 754.3 .1 CQ H g s - - . J.,-ni fx A f Y Y Y V su L CHAIN OF COMMAND TRUSTEES PRESIDENT VP VP VP VP Bulinexr Academics Students Executive -Business -7 Colleges S -Dean ol Students -Public Relations Office Academic Deans 'Housing -Alumni Direcwr 'BUIWHB5 Education -International -Cvmmenfemenl E Grounds Engineering Students Cammuree -COITIFYIUHICBIIOHS Health Professions -Clubs E- -400 PM-Illv Liberal Arts organizations I2.0iD Students Management -Counseling 'UO AGNES Music -Financial Aid -Bwldivisf Pure 5 Appnea -Arhiencs Nbflh-I4 Science -Intramurals 50Ulh-U -Computer Science -Residence Life . -Libraries N0Y!h'5 dvfmi -Research Center South-I dorm .kgglm-ar 27 Sig N WCC I I W9 Summertime I J If V V . On The Merrimack I in Graduation occured The dorms emptied Traffic slowed The temperature rose HUMIDITY It was Summertime in Lowell Barren of student sound. The Campus sleeps Dreaming of September and it's influx of new "life." - The Entertainment- Watching Sailboats, Roller Skating in the Park Picnicing, or Escaping to New Hampshire for Air. It's a good thing a few friends were here . . . Lowell for the Summer was an experience in itself. This year, '81, I'm going to Greece! 2 1 i l , y' T X . yi l 5 l9SO Summer OI mpic Boycott On December 27, I979. Soviet mili- tary forces invaded Afghanistan, kill- ing thousands of innocent residents. In retaliation. President Carter insti- tuted a cutoff of agricultural products and high technology equipment, a lim- it on other commerce with the Soviets and a haltto permits for Soviet ships to fish in the U.S. coastal waters. On January 20, I980, President Carter wrote to the President of the U.S. International Olympic Commit- tee, urging the committee to propose to the International Olympic Commit- tee that the i980 Olympic Games in Moscow be transferred, post-poned, or cancelled if the Soviet Forces were not withdrawn from Afghanistan with- in a month. The U.S. felt that holding the games in Moscow would sanction the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and represent a travesty of Olympic prin- cipals. On April I2, I98O, by vote of I604 to 797. the U.S. team decided to boy- cott the l980 Summer Games in Mos- cow. Vice-President Mondale. speak- ing for President Carter. was quoted as saying, "I am convinced that the American people do not want their athletes cast as pawns in that tawdry propaganda charade." Instead of sending a team to Mos- cow, the President said that the U.S. would be working closely with the like-minded countries to organize world-class competitions for an Inter- national Sports Festival following the games in Moscow, for athletes from all countries and especially those coun- tries who did not send a team to Mos- cow. The Shah Of Iran Dead On July 27th. it was reported that the Shah of Iran had died. This news was accepted with both grief and re- lief Grief was expressed because of the death of a fellow human being. and relief was felt because the hos- tages were on the road to freedom. Many Americans assumed that since the Shah was dead, Khomeini had no further reason to hold the hostages. This was quickly proven false. After four months, the hostages were still in the embassy in Tehran with no sign of their release in sight. Some people doubted that the Shah really died. However, reports were be- I lieved to be valid and the Shah was supposedly buried. He died while in exile. His crimes in Iran of exploiting his powers and steal- ing from the Iranian government to increase his bank accounts to huge Hgures caused the necessity of his quick departure from Iran. He was wanted dead by all Iranians that fol- lowed the Ayatollah religiously. The Shah Hed to New York where he re- ceived treatment for cancer present in his body. This cancer was thought to be "made up" by the Muslims back in Iran. Finally the Shah went to Panama, where he remained until his death. I A A , 3 -- . gi M N- . f . ,,,,...?-' Q5 ee I fi S 1,--6 -, --- v- :L xc '-' ma: 2 FQP'iIE'5' Aging? casa. is 423,133 ' 4 U2 vzrzra mf H E-gp-,gang qu my 15 II M taxa v 9 -gg'-gamma' .am q A 5- IQ 'assi it 4 E-vb-'Quan' - E3 51 ig' 55 ? Tlg aa fri 'f P 55159 -.:4 Aram gf-'A E ,Qgg .sara-4-isa '7YE'Q4VXf5 P-"A E mixer. ' 5 .. gvgm tie1'sa3-gist' ef: si lk XJEE. .-3' ' 6' 'J lx T' 30 s t, Af i - ' : The Pink Panther Gone On July 23rd. Peter Sellers died at the age of 54 at London's Middlesex Hospital after suffering his third heart attack. He collapsed at the Dorchester Hotel and nev- er regained consciousness. Mr. Sellers had a history of heart trouble for I6 years prior to his death. He had his first heart attack in l964 while with one of his close friends Milton Berle. All of Mr. Sellers' colleagues mourn his death and re- alize what a great loss the show business trade has suffered. Mr. Sellers' performances as Inspector Clouseauin the Pink Panther flicks will long be remembered. These movies are an enter- tainment menagerie. He could make you laugh with his many disguises or just by falling over someone's foot. He had a gift that only a few people were lucky enough to possess. Peter Sellers was a man that no one could replace. His philosophy towards life was lived by him and his wife up until the end. "Live before you die, or die before you live Thank you. Peter Sellers. for all of your- self that you gave to your audience. You are greatly appreciated now, and will be missed in the years to come. It will take a long time for the Pink Panther to die in the hearts of the millions of people around the world that were fortunate enough to have seen him. ffj f f ni l If Wrvfjf lf Hostage Sent Homeward - we ix' . ,Q -. ' 1 - , ' , ' ' I' I Draft Beer Not People qi' 1 The date was July ll l98O At this time the American hostages in Iran had been ln captivity for eight months Richard l Queen thought by the Muslims to be dying was released due to this as sumptlon lt turned out I that he had multiple scle- rosis and was not dying at all. Richard was able to shed some light on the situation in Iran, howev- er, it was not enough to enable the U.S. govern- ment to get the hostages released. Much criticism was di- rected toward the presi- dent, after having his first attempt of freeing the hostages fail Eight American men lost their lives in the skirmish, . . . Stop The Draft On July llst, the first of four million I9 and 20 year old men began to pre-register for the draft in post offices across the nation. This was the first time since the glorious reign of Nixon in '72, when the draft was ended, that this issue brought national atten- tion. According to a spokesman 'or the Carter Administration, the pre-registration is designed sole- ly to meet man power needs in tion, but many others feel that this may turn out to be the first step toward the reinstatement of a peacetime draft-with no other reason than to fill the storage of qualified milita. ,' personnel. Even with the prominition of the return of a peacetime draft. many feel that this preliminary step of registration is essential. According to a resent survey c' males I9-20 yers of age at the University of Lowell, 872 felt that the pre-registration was a who thought it was necessary, IOOZ, said they had already regis- tered or would register when the time came. ln comparison to a national poll, taken by gallop, the University of Lowell student was much more willing to register C872 vs. NZD. Possibly, because of the self-con- sciousness to fight for one's country, but who knows it could have also been the SIODDO fine andfor five years imprisonment. Did you register? the case of war. This may be the original inten- landfsaflle necessary action. Of the 871, lthem- Brad Smith G GXUHC1 gravel? unusual IM A,.Aencv,. . 1 cccogmwm mv pe0P le and K' in remembrance of 'M' M iilllldl wi lf -Ars g e imluwlm 121399 Beta Qllgapts l -vvvvv mwarmiuz vtlfljlvm slta Kappa 15 hi jflratmfnitg Pledge to Fraternity Dies: Ad Hoc Committee Set Up at Ulowell Stephen Call, age I9, a junior Plastics Engineer- ing Major at ULowelI died on August 3I, l980. At the time illness struck, Ste- phen was doing rigorous exercises when he re- portedly fell in to uncon- sciousness. He was taken to Lowell General Hospi- tal by some of the broth- ers of Delta Kappa Phi. His temperature rose to IO8 degrees and stayed constant at this level for several days. Stephen died of Hyperthermia. excessive body heat, but the cause of his illness is still unknown. President Duff ap- pointed an Ad Hoc Com- mittee to take a thorough look at the Greek sys- tems. The committee consists of students, fac- ulty, and administration. A decision from the com- mittee will be published in February Sl. WAKE UP?.. .. . ww BQTHER... CD 0 Q v L QTY OP fe C 5 5 A 'F U I. owell Tim es Qvavy School Opens, l98O-SI Year Begun September 2, l980 Opened The Door To A New Year Of Study. For Many, It Symbolized The Last Leg Of The Educational Journey. 'ffl- Pholoi by Barb Chalmers ,." as i 1 T Running Out Of Water Thousands of students at UMass, Am- herst were sent home or elsewhere out- side the community on September 4, I98O due to the lack of water available. Author- ities explained that the water supply had literally dried up and was at a threatening level. They concluded that the weekend release of the animals from the zoo would sufficiently alleviate the shortage. 33 it t In Memory Of Michael Dzedelonis Michael We sit and think and wonder why and yes we shed a tear For our Michael has fallen asleep Too soon, in his 2lst year. A friend to all who knew him A sportsman that always won A brother we all wish we had And a model as a son. Missed by friends and family And the brothers of his frat Who will miss Mike the most? No one can measure that He leaves with us a motto When life puts us to the test live each day as if your last and always do your best Now photographs and memories are all we have to share For Michael has fallen asleep Too soon, in his 2lst year. . Paula E. Julian September. I98O Ist Senior Booze Cruise IO-4-80 In the still of the evening on Octo- ber 4, I 980. about tive hundred tee- totaling seniors boarded their desig- nated yellow vehicles of transporta- tion-ocean bound. Well, we were dumped on some wharf in Boston. to the cries of seagulls, boats rubbing against their moorings and anxious queries of "where the hell is the bath- room?" As the now inebriated teeto- talers stumbled over the plank, the lines for the bar were already six hours long. The motors gunned, the smokers hummed and the seasick bummed. our Love Boat Booze Cruise took its toll on Boston Harbor. The hardier in stature stood their beers and bodies on the upper deck in or- der to feel the subzero ocean breeze and to spit on the people on the deck below. The less ocean worthy spent their time undercover, listening to the music drown out the sounds of some chick trying to scoop. On the bottom deck, referred to as the poop deck, was the most frequented because there one could find Boston 's famous 34 four B's-Booze, Bands, Bodies and, most important, Bathrooms. As the ship coasted along, we were able to yell obscenities at the elegant diners of Pier 4 and see all of our long lost friends at Deer Island. But, alas, as all good things, this cruise slowly wound its way to our point of departure. After the boat docked, we stumbled i 9-20-80 our way back to dry land. Home of us with a handy life preservenj We all swayed away under the darkened sky in search of our modes of transporta- tion. fUh, what number bus are we?j Bye Boston!! All in all it was an EX- CELLENT night out with the buoys. Karen Toof 1 o fi 5 L l i 50 Qty 'F A., .,,q B fv fl 4 f, H. c 6 CQ f :Cai Q: Q, X .GJ Y . ,yr n-JF ' I .ff ' Q-X ' . I 37 fl? 4 A I V Hr V-in-H 1.11-g PM by T f -' p gl 1 3 I , 3 ,A he L ? , buf- :B 1 . ff. N Q .. S Y 1 A Q Y t -'-, .mil . 'J '--""' 'L . 'in Q, ,H . - 1 In Concert I0-6-80 L. Jell La ne Y University of Lowell Special Academic Services presents in concert Rawn Spearman Dorothy Ruddmoore, Kermit Moore, and Dennis Helmrich. The Alligator Man Among All The Fads .That Sweep The Countryside Every Year, The Alligator Shirts Are One Of The Largest. Other Clothing Companies, In An- swer To The Alligator, Pre- sented Foxes and Penguins- A Fad ln Answer To A Fad. 36 f"Qi f at a s Blood Drive, I0-9-80 The First Blood Drive Of The Year Was Held ln Cumnock Hall And Was Sponsored By Delta Kappa Phi And Alpha Sigma Tau. Join The Bloodlinel Boston, IO-I5-SO In An Expected Move, Red Sox Manager Don Zimmer Was Hred By Part Owner-General Manager Haywood Sullivan Today. After The Red Sox's Disappointing 4Th Place Hnish Sullivan Said Al- though Zimmer Was A Good Baseball Man He Was Hred Be- cause Of "Economics, Fan Reac- tion, Public Relations And Change For The Sake Of Change." Pitcher Bob Stanley Phrased It A Different Way: "lf You Were The Owner. You Wouldn't Blame Yourself Would You?" Scott Lane Ulowell Elections I0-I5-80 The tics Was ln The Air Of Southwick Hall As The Student Elections Were Held. . A --+ u 7 g - d T ,J r. 4 1 K, . k V. X-,',.' V:x::i n: Q, . ' 'IAQ' ' , .A ij , x5'l'ifA , it 'f -' 1. "L xr, 1 1 .-- 1' 1 'eta ,- ' - ' 1 ,. ,.,..1L , mt ,112 . N f . , 5 ' has . ' H " 'f. 3 . : - g , '- , ' ' Fl' ,. ,- Ac- ., ' 15 , 5 - 1, . , , -, ,--1, ir . .W , ,Q n ,fl , ,V , , x 5 f f X, .f My ,X A . , .: - ' r Y r 'X K V' 5 nmf 23 i, , 3. " ,,,.wf,. Lf-,A wa,- 'AV' . L ,Q i l W - . 'h NP -- . 2 4 .Q f- ,QM kg A 1 X 0 Q K' I Y xflgf X "3" f , -51' IQ T fi A pf Q., X, .-V-T IN. JY W., ,..., A .5 swf " ' 951 X M 4' fa I I N 'MGI-x Q" a 'U ' I 6 0 wqwvgyss if - VI' N.. X , -. M A- - g . . I ' A I Pm 54 I n Y 'J ' .L "?T'4 J H P , - Campus Variety Y' -umm -rin.. rr rr11zz:x.'r:z:v . ,.,,, .1 , -.. .- ...J 4 "5 i., ani'--' -,i - Z'-. -3 Af' f515misfgi"!?"'A 7 ' -wc.,-r-ff Hill Danavin A, ,-...A -5-- ff i- -'T 1 '73' Z'-7' 'Mi 11 gym!! TAB!-F5 u I 5, nf x ' X R4 1 'f if? if 3. . Pi' x w 5 -' WN X S' J x " il , t 'I LRV WNV Mark Durrenberger . J . y ' - L W1 J! ,..-.-L I 4.1 W L J xx, 3 f' 1- , :fr A, "1 . 9 I J- -': ' 'fi 4' A-.WU l E 3,36-ylfi fl : !'1N 2 1 Y w X I W 2 I ',S,1'r' V- .,.v sw ,. xi XX x "' N . Q fx- 1 If 'Y' le if 1 .F I 'xx H 'H , X 7 , X :J ,, HX. 1:14-n 5r 5 F.-, A: 5 f 'M If xg P5 P Ez . hi 'Zim' 1 ,,,, -ff' -W 1 im I: , E: JA-9 p, -3 A N Jw A ,' ,V xr .- . M 4,9 ' . i N! 4 V 4 'Y I 'uf , V Pig , Y 1 bf I I We gf,::.:' L ' :I ' f F , 9 4 f, l " . 7 W- ' N 44? ' . ig. X I , v 2' ' , I r , ' U , 'Y f , 6 1 rf U Aj' 1 H 1 5. 4 7 X If rf .f I -111 Election Da y, I I-4-80 On Novenber 4. I98O Ronald Wilson Reagan was elected the 40th President of the United States of Amer- ica. The former governor of California and Hollywood actor was elected in a Republic sweep that gave the Republicans control of the Executive branch and Senate. The Republican tide sent such prominent Democratic liberals as Sen. Birch Bayh, Sen. George McGovern, and Congressman John Brademas down to defeat. The Re- publicans ended a quarter-century of Democratic rule in the Senate and won the largest number of seats they have had in the House since pre-Nixon years. This moved the congress to the right with the nation. "l Would Like To Restore "To Start A Whole Move- Functions That Properly Be- ment, A Third Force In Politics long At Different Levels Of In Under Six Months, Is Too Meanwhile in Massachusetts, taxpayers used the vo- ting booth to dramatically cut their taxes by voting 3-2 on Proposition IV2. Proposition 2M became the big issue and the state and taxpayers made sure their Iegislaters got their message. Although we were filled with many messages and many speeches from the 'candidates of the l98O Presi- dential Election, the message was clear that America was ready to try a new approach in solving it's problems. Louis DeGeorge "The People Of The United States Have Made Their Choice And So I Have To Accept Their 'x Government . . ." Short A Period, 1 Decision. But I Have To Admit, Ronald Reagan John Anderson Wthvut The 5-ime Enthusiasm That I Accepted Four Years Ago." .limmy Carter is ,f I " -f 'X J 1 W, ' N ,I -t , fly Jai Sax J XI F i 1, nlvzilr, 1:25 HW' :N .X I'-,K x - 7 "Tj Q i if T-5 E.. I' 'yfijgm K 1 . 4 X- M X . ' N ,X A . X, V ll grwvij vm A 7 ,f?s .l ' Ill' f l-"Al lf. ' f -Q ll :Z 1' T ,Q ng! li his lf ' I ggi" f Xg'll"l 1 ix 2152 'l if of ' , I' v ,'. ,X . N Xu' K Q I ff f Ns ' , X 'vnxhvshiv N I. 1 5' A s, , N1 XXX' 'K , ' lx- l in FRX, ' A Q N so f will 1 A I it l l , , X l X' I if 3' Ili? I 44 365 Days Of Captivity, II-4-80 454 1 1 Punk Party, ll-I4-80 A splash of new wave wet the South Cam- pus Cafe as the sisters of Kappa Upsilon lit the night with plenty of rockin' and frugin'. sis W Kg! 3, fi y: The First Snow November I Sth was a mar- velous day. It snowed all night before- 8 inches of fluffy white stuff and NO SCHOOL. Everyone was happy! I, like a fool didn 't hear of school's cancellation until I figured it out at the bus stop-no tire tracks! Well, I got a few good pic- tures of that glorious snow be- fore it was raked and trom- pled. Visions of the 'pow- dered glory" sighting winter. Alas! Barb Chalmers I 1 47 TURKEY TROT TURKEY mor WINNER: KEVIN SPICES lz5z2 MBTA Bankruptcy Commuters Suffer: MBTA Bankruptcy On Tuesday, Novem- ber 20. I98O mass transit in Boston declared bank- ruptcy. lf service stopped, thousands of commuters would be stuck without a ride to and from work everyday. However, acting MBTA chief, Barry Locke as- sured the public that transit service would run normally and that Gov. Ed King would take over the system under his emergency powers, if necessary, to keep the "T" going. And that's exactly what happened. The MBTA was overtaken by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until it could reset its bearings. The Budget was over- spent by a considerabel margin. One legislator was quoted, "The MBTA is a big joke." He and oth- er legislatures from areas not served by the "T" say that voters in their districts oppose spend- ing more state money on the system unless it is better managed. How would the MBTA stay in service with a poor management set- up? Not Possible! -ellie Q ,SQIQIQQ ak , , Q xr X ,pil N '-" J Y-- . X -H - - -s s , ss ,lf - E - i --s i-JN 1 'NH John Lennon Killed E N as On December 8, I98O in New York City. a man stepped out of darkness and shot and killed John Len- non. The shock of his violent death stunned the world. But, more than this, focused its attention on the life. words, and dreams of one of the most perceptive, imaginative shapers of a culture the world will ever know. Had he been just another musician, we would have still mourned his death, but he was not. John Lennon not only echoed the ideas and sentiments of the revolutionary sixties-he helped to form them, to put them into words. He pleaded for peace and it is now the hope of millions that his dreams will not die with him. One can only thank God he lived long enough to let those dreams be heard and hope that someday, the world will perhaps "give peace a chance." By now, everyone is intimately familiar with the de- tails of his life, with and without the Beatles. John Lennon grew up on Penny Lane in Liverpool living a fairly subdued life as a young cultural rebel when he fell passionately in love with a new rebel music, Rock 'n Roll. fContinued pg. 495. ,gas Q He embraced it with his whole being and it became the ideal outlet for his driving inspi- rations and frustrated spirit. He and Paul McCartney formed the Quarry men. began writing songs and accepted any gig they could get. They didn't care about the mon- ey. They simply wanted to make music, a quality worth far more than all the money they ended up making. Eventually, George Harrison and Richard Starkey QRingo Starrj joined the group and the name the "Beatles" began to surface more and more in the world of British mu- sic. John wrote the words and Paul the mu- sic. and this frolicking, fun-loving, innova- tive group of young men with the new sound and new look literally took an entire gen- eration by the hand and led it through the Sixties on a fantastic ride. They were like the four Pied Pipers, with John playing the flute and the youth of the world following merrily at their heels. The music of the Beatles was described in Time far better than l could hope to, with unique perception and genuine affection: The worldwide appeal of the Beatles had to do with their perceived innocence, their restless idealism that stayed a step gf or two ahead of the times and once in a while turned, bowed low. gave the times a razz and dared them to catch up. The slow songs were heart-stoppers, the fast ones adrenaline rushes of wit, low-down love and high, fabulous adventure. The songs altogether in orchestration of a generation's best hopes and fondest dreams. Without the Beatles and John Lennon. many people would never have made it through the most violent, turbulent dec- ade the world has seen in a long. long time. People sought and found comfort. serenity. a kind of blanket of tranquility in the words and music of the Beatles. And at the time, they desperately needed it. John was always conscious of what he was doing and why he was doing it. "He was extraordinarily tuned in. He'd pick up on people, and they'd pick up on him." This was evident in the way he realized the pow- er he had, the Beatles music had over the minds and direction of the millions of young people. and in the fact that he never abused it, the way Jagger often did. 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The vocal declarations and con- demnations rising from his heart pulled no punches and accepted no excuses-he said what he felt, and he meant it. John Lennon was by no means just an- other muscian-he was a unique man blessed with a rare combination of an un- usually clear perception of the world and the talent to convey it in a magical way. His songs offer an insight into ourselves, and into himself-they could reform the most pessimistic cynic, comfort the most desper- ate lover and they gave the most confused generation alive the one thing it needed most-hopel The underlying theme in his words and music seemed to say we are all brothers and we are all basically alike. The dreams, the problems, the feelings we all share. The important thing is love-"Love is all you need." We'll miss him. Tom D'Arcy X JK: ml, 5 1 1 t 'fi y - J L my sg , at ---'Q 4 at -X-V x V 'QL X X X of Q mm ,cf fl 'X 1 , Q0-it t , , "' X. N I J XX BC X- 49 Fountainhead l2!S!8O Good Ol' Southern Rock 5 Roll Controlled The Sound Waves In Cumnock Hall December 8. Fountainhead, The Band In Charge, Gave A Rest To New Wave And Disco For The Evening, With A Splash Of The Real Music We Know And Love. Hoorah A.C.! 50 The "What Now For Iran?" Poll. O Reject their agreements, seize the remaining Iranian assets, halt spare parts shipments and keep the trade embargo in place. O Honor the commitments, but do nothing more- no military or economic assistance, trade or travel. O Honor the commitments and resume economic and military aid and formal diplomatic relations. O Nuke 'em till they glowl And Hnally . . . And Hnally Finals. These Are The Exams That Separate The Men From The Boys, The Women From The Girls, The Students From The Heads. This ls The One Time When You Don't Have To Worry About The Guy Across The Hall Blasting Supertramp, Or The Jerk Down The Way With His Rock lobsters, Or The Crazy Bastards In The Triple Trying To Sing Along With Elvis At 3:00 A.M. They're In The Same Boat As You, Shooting For That Seemingly Ever-Distant Goal. The Energy ls High, lWth Crazed Students Nervous About That One Big Exam, While Eager To Get The Hell Outa Here. Warp I-ive, Scotty! 51 Merry Christmas 'Twas The Night Before Christmas "Holy Shit, lt's The Cops!" Silehee And Started To And All Through The Town, Not A Then What To Our Glassy Rgll, Se l Filled up l-lie Pig Was A Stirrin' No Cops Were Red Eyes Should Appear, Glass, And Packed Dgwn Around. The Joints Were All Rolled But Ten Pounds Of His Bgwl, Then He Said Te And Piled Up ln Stacks In Hopes Hawaiian and I2 Kegs Of Us All A5 He Flew The That We'd All Get Stoned To The Beer. The Man At The Sky, "Merry Christmas To Max. We Drank Southern Comfort Door Gave Me A Smile, So All, And To All A Gggd And Smoked Panama Red While I Invited Him In To Party High," Visions Of Laser Shows Danced Awhile. He Sat Down In Through Our Heads. Then Once At - h The Door There Came A Few ' X X X Knocks, And Everyone Yelled A I 4 -L7 I liz I fl , W J .UXX . I 1 .V x N ,I-rf "' ,. N mx -- 'KX 1 xfyv, V In T X x M, .W llg QQ Q if I 5 ,f ' 'A 'T f i f! K 'I I 1 ' xj XX A A x X I L , ' X ' Ill I F xg yt Y X " NX , X . I lx? 'T 5 X , 1 h lx I V ,AF x 5? Q XXX, 1 ,. C' 'ff ff' 1 Ji H f X M ' T I f IA I A ' ' s f ff X A. fx Z' Il' QNJ X 'sf x li S ,P f ' r IQ ,f l If its fa .X ,lf X 'x' K N K. ly Happy New Year 'SI H"-E' . -T C'-5... QF- G3 A . 4s Q95 V +2 E il' QM i ' X KK A xt , NM if W 0 of XML NX A gyfw 0 gx xi, 4 0 0 0 X f W Ns-LJXAK 9 I 5X l,, g g1g ,9gg f :Q 533 K Q ,-, su 5l10Wf Snvwf snow' 1 'N N. . I nu l rg 22 Q ' L- E 1-- . 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When the two Algerian planes carrying the hostages cleared Iranian airspace, champagne corks were popped and the release was made official. Even the chan- geover in the White House could not out do the release in either the newspapers or the minds of the American people. The crisis was over, and the nation sighed with relief. This mood. however. was too soon broken. Tales of the days of imprisonment and the torment suffered were soon told. and scorn for the Iranian people was re- newed. Mock executions, dark basement cells. interrogations, and heavy censor- ship of mail and news were just a few of the forms of abuse that the hostages were made to endure. Held in small groups, the Americans never knew whether the others were alive or dead. Escape attempts were punished with beatings, and being led through ieering mobs blindfolded was a regular occurence. Despite this torment, the hostages re- mained strong. Although many Iost a large amount of weight and all suffered from severe stress. they all seemed to have come through fairly well considering the incredible psychological trauma which they suffered for I4.5 months. Along with increasing rage over the treatment of the hostages while in captiv- ity, many Americans began to wonder whether the agreement made with the Iranian government should even be hon- ored. Critics of the deal point out that by turning over cash to the Iranians we are actually paying ransom and setting a dan- gerous precedent for other countries. Sup- porters. however. feel that the final settle- ment was not very different from what the U.S. originally offered, and that all we really did was return to Iran what was already theirs. Whatever the opinion of the deal struck with Iran. I am sure that everyone would agree that the release of the 52 American hostages was the most important thing. and that we are all very thankful for their safe return. Cheryl Alrutz Athi.. hoe. . A v'J-1" 5- 9 D 1 ' " ni' ,A :I-". q"f.v'7'," 7J,1 P zislzq IZ-f'. ..- 'P , diffs' ,il ic , vc. 'T 'J 5... - ,- i ' I- : A v"S',f 'lc t"' "sw i 4 -1, 1 r . -nz sw- ,I X . -af I 1 I wif. l 'I - ll 'rf' ' cvweilanu-be-e. . . ...qs , ,, s...,- K . ' 44:-N - '.f '- .?:.'-Tle. ,'E'a9ef'j'fiLa- A ' wr.-BA"-.. , --I I ',,'b -I! 1 -A If , 'l . . lt Q E: , -t -1. 56 I 1 . gg , 1. g. 4 4. X -Q x A . .f ' h ' -S v . H R XL X Y 7 W Q X xx. " Y Music Head Dies I-24-SI On Saturday, January 24, Dr. Artin Arslanian Passed Away. Dr. Arslanian Was The Head Of The Theory Department ln The School Of Music At The University. Along Wth Music Theory, He Gave Each Student His Genuine Concern For Their Well-being. In Addition, He Filled South Campus VWth The Sounds Of Christmas Carols Yearly And Supported All Activities In The Music School Wholeheartedly. We Express Our Sympathy For Dr. Arslanian, He VWII Be Missed For The Love And Patience He Gave Students In Teaching Them About Theory Gestalt And Life. l "'- -1 'l 53 Q 71" T is 'Sli' A 1 f f I 5 X ' K 4.x , V'AZ'!'l- l W' 1? 1""' : 'Q A' i X , Q 411. J! I. .- X -.. K, 'I f x --5+-ff" T" V 'I ' , - M.- . K A 5 1 ' 1 time ,ff -A 31 62 ff S4 ' T T -W-,gin . 81 57 x I is Xt -a" , ml ., M A Y ' , 'I .0 P u ' . .1 X 1 X '. ' R 'u v. 5 .- ' .- , .. I CT K If ' Z7 , sf 9 " Wx U X 'em I7 Y 'Y-X. N ml' ' I r x .I xi..-.., f ,-. YN 2X2 I Q,?--':- T L Q x S X ' jf, gi? . .W I I A, xi by Bill Pengla U 1 Cureek Report, University Week 2-22-3I- SI After The Death Of A Fra- ternity Pledge In September, John Duff University Presi- dent, Called For An Ad Hoc Committee On Fraternities And Sororities - These Are Some Of The Results Published In The February Report: I2 Rushing- First Semester Freshman Are Not Eligible To Be Rushed. There ls To Be No Discrimination Of Any Kind, 22 Pledging- A Schedule Of Events Held During Pledging Must Meet The Approval Of The Dean Of Students. Hazing Is Not Permitted. 32 Initiation- No Pledge May Be Initiated Who Is In Poor Academic Standing. 42 Social Function- All Social Functions Must Be Registered Mth The Dean Of Students Office. 52 Academic Standing- The Average Cumulative Average Of Any Fraternity Of Sorority Must Be At Minimum 2.0. 62 Advisor- Every Fraterni- ty And Sorority Must Ha ve An Advisor. 72 Afhliation- The Commit- tee Strongly Recommends That Each Fraternity And So- rority Become Afhliated VWth A National Organization. "This Affiliation Seems To Benefit Both The Chapter And Its Members In Terms Of The Quality Of Experiences And Associations During The Col- lege Years." g 60 If X if Qt? mf 'z 1 ft v.,,, H.: 49' f 1 I A N ,ff 9-41 l l W Comedy Festival 3-I-SI fi-iw .NP svn" 7 M CD Q 0263 3+ C . 5 T..- .---.-.w.. ff,- "2- 'IDI' 1 .-va -ff-.. 1 .A ,'. 5 I Yagi, 1, Q", N27 'sf WM-rf 0 ff' J fd .. .,C,, - .f.- - Q, 'L , J' gl J J , 43 Ea .1 X E ' ' I PJ, . F? fi ' 1 at l 'iv ,.. 4-A -Ap,.1.u-agpam .-J. -if I I' z f , ' 9- .-1 .tug JL -,, .14-ff' 41, -ff A TU." ' P - so rs, 1 Q '- 'J A Looking Forward To Getting Out fi' ' .4 The EI Salvador Crisis RX L fb 5 W Q If W ASW ff if M W w ! Niue? -Q s f 1 My ,M ,ff EXWWM 1 A , X f wgiixc 'Cz 44 if A Features Buddhism In My Opinion Every Human Being On The Earth Has Some Questions About Which They Must Think And Answer For Themselves. I, Myself Have A Question To Ask Of The Readers, "ln Which Religion Do You Believe In Order To Find Peace And Happiness?". If You Believe In The Prophet Muhammed, You Would Say Muslimism ls The Best. And Again, If You Believe In Jesus, You Would Say Christianity ls Greatest. So It ls Wth The Buddhists. There ls No Doubt That We LWII Never Find An End To This Discussion. I Believe That Every Religion ls As Good As Any Other, Depending Upon What The Individual Believes. But, You Must Consider Your Religion 's Philosophy Yourself And Not Be Influenced By Customs, Teachers, Or Anything Else. The Buddha Taught Us To Believe In Ourselves VWth Intellect. This Means That Before You Can Believe ln I Something, You Must First Meditate. Even 2 Plato And His Student Aristotle Agreed That ' Buddhism And lt's Philosophy Had Taught ' Human Beings Wth Great Theories And Roles ' How To Gain Experience In Knowing What ls I What In Their Societies. The Buddha Completed His Teaching ' "Tripitaka", Which Consists Of Three Parts. FBut The Main Things Enlightened By The !Buddha Are The Four Noble Truths Of EBuddhism. Some Say Other Things Are More 'u Important, But I Believe That Knowing What ls I What Means, How Well We Manage Our Life, Pleasurable Or Happy Experience. The Recognition And Acceptance Of Such An Experience Is Not In Itself Unwholesome, Rather The Danger Arises From Craving For Or Attachment To Such An Experience. Ill. Nirvana: Death To The World ls A State Of Blissful Existance Due To The Absence Of Desire. It Is A Way To Get Rid Of Passion, Greed, Anger, Misguidance And Corruption. IV Path ls A Way To Get Rid Of Dukkha And Greed By Following The Noble Eightfold Path: I2 Right Understanding 22 Right Thought 3 2 Right Speech 42 Right Action 52 Right Livelihood 62 Right Effort 72 Right Mindfulness 82 Right Concentration I These Steps Are Not Taken One At A Time, But Rather Are Worked On Simultaneously In The Maturation Of One 's Personality. For My Conclusion, Buddhism Is The Studying Of Ways, The Understanding Of Right And Wrong, And The Ability To Be Good To One Another. Anyone Who Does Not Understand What Is What Would Get Dukkha As Told In The First Noble Truth, Because He Does Not Understand Buddism Well Enough. Dharma In Buddhism I The Buddha's Teaching2 VWII Always Be True ?How Well We Manage Our Job, And How We Forever. BKK fDeal VWth Life And And The Search For A I L Happiness. I The World ls Very Confusing. There ls Q ilnflation, Theft, Demonstration And Crime '55 FEverywhere And All The Time. The Buddha I Raid That In Order To Solve These Problems V e Must First Destroy The Source Of Them. ,-' K f tHe Said That All Problems Are The Result Of Some Factor, And That They Can't Be Solved 5 LUnless The Source ls Destroyed. y jf, The Buddha Summarized His Doctrine As fx FFollows In The Four Noble Truths: , , I. Dukkha fSuffering2 In All Its Varied Forms I Els An Inherent And Universal Aspect Of 3 QConscious Existence. W - '-'T'f'x'1 ' ll. The Cause Of Suffering ls Desire Or llCraving. Desire In This Sense Should Not Be 'ww' LConfused Wth The Simple Recognition Of A "kP'YffQkN- 67 ll..--H Photos by Mark Durrenberger. Marc Germani. Brian Stokes. Tim Geisl li?-'. gr QP I ln-. 1 '5 , A -' , KJ L ,..-5 Q.. 'H f X 0 1 i 1 i -,--Q 4 ' P :ffl K , WW- 4 wt l , O-I U gl" ' Y v " 4' .X ' 'Q-55 'Nuff-+ if iii' 3' ff... - - A. QA1- I 'ij' ' A Q P' 1 3 -"' n I A. .,., I -' X. ' .M u . ' . "'-mfla ' 'jp' - aj" Q 1, ' .K ' I 'r. ' ' 4 - ".', - ' . -ml , in ' IW.. T '3,f:3.i- ,Lqvr X w . ' 1 A 'I . nv' I, Q ' ,3 'Q' X- -' 4"'e.N'- 5, -n"' ' J -, 'um 37' 4 ,'!'hJ4,'. l xg MA an 'Juni 3 4,1 Ll'-x Voip .iffwh L- I III I ag. LU lf -1 f ..+ f,.f. -aw. " -L.-if!-Q . '. 1- 1 -,, pn, 2' ,,-KJ nlgpx, -.ppl vi k - ..?7.!'. new Jujrhz .'h.?r,,-1 , , 1 3 , 4 .1 . Ab .-' ' ' --9 f ,uni "fn Y . -SQ!! A ., ,L 'if 1 VU, V 4 '- 'D Q :Q I A EA :Sai ",!,.!H Fin f',.'.Q. 5 IL'L.p' . ig' .iffy sf. It . D , A, ,T v V E262 glE',?:tt 0, Ac' ' 1 . ig' ., . , .2 be Q5 ' ll N '. it 3. K ., I ' ' 1 O Jn' -L 41' gg'-'5 .4-,ai ,. . 2 TT Zthv' .' .- mi - ' 5 vs ,fy . -.s. - -- 5 ir- I 'UR' +-'infix .111 -Q D J n I fb- . Q ., A Q '. , 1 -1 - - rt :' ' .' . l 1 ' . U . -is 4,5 ve if .' ta H Sf' H , Us N. . l ""- " 1-. 'u I 0 1 V na ,'i'.4J,.6 . I ' . yu " , Q -' . 'C - I p ' f A I as i ', .f II . L- - ' - ' J..-A I ' Y gl 9 N . 1 Fir, . ' vff X, - A - .- 5- 1 S n ,-htm F ' - .ggi sx I , K Nr ! F X L . v . Abdullah Baysak. M.E. 84. A brief story of each student with their photo. In my country Qlurkeyj that is how they do it. F Velma Munrae. Psy. 83. Pictures of students and their activities: candid type shots. Also comments from stu- dents about their experience at col- lege. tum.- x K'-1" 'rm l Campus Cosmo Joe Pallaria What Kind Of Things Would You Like To See In The Yearbook? 1 6 Dave Page. Eng. 8l. Candid shots of the faculty. the picture of the parking lot filled up. and a shot of the people in the business office so when I deal with the bureaucracies in the "real world", I won't mind so muchl gb. T6 JA Sausim Tang, Bus. 8 I. The yearbook includes just about everything. but l'd like to see more photos of students. Pat Cahill, M.E. 82. More intramural Jean Chery. C.E. 82. l'd like to see action shots. more gym shots. like weight lifting. ka- rate. and basketball. .. Tom Norris, Acct. 8 l. Everyday campus Iifex studying for exams. fighting in line at registra- tion. or students trying to catch a tan between classes. R Charles Comtois, Acct. 82. A little more of the things that go on behind the secnes: what went on to put things together - like the year- book. for example. Syed Rahman, C.E. 83. I'd like to see something about U lowell's background. It's a very old school with a good history. I'd like to see that put in a comprehensive way. I' . Jim 0'Rourke. Art 8l. I'd like to see more pictures of the Art department at work with paintings or drawings. I think the Art department has been loo underestimated in the past. r Manual A. Domingas, Bus. 83, Photos of all kinds of sports at school, photos of nice part of Lowell to complement the history of the school, and a picture of my face! Brian Zilrk, Math. 83. Picture's of student activities like: Halloween party on South. Spring Carnival. and anything that goes on at the Rat. Bob McCabe, Acct. 82. Pictures ol me doing a lot of things like: studying on south campus. beating some young wench, or raising the flag on good Friday! Liz Rogers. Acct. 84. I'd like to see a lot oi pictures of my graduating class. general candid shots of students. dances or proms. and some sport events. av" A 'fl- -AQ? uf ,. Karen Henrikson, M.l.S. 83. All the activities here at school: spring carnival. sports events. and the different teams. f X Dave Parrella. C.E. 82. A little more coverage of the football team because now they're division Ill and not just a club. f' QT S.- 7 I K E V w 4 r E l I i 5 3. yi.. KNEE? Q, M Q14 Egg' 72 Wl1o's Who Amang Students In X Def American Universities And Colleges Juniors Bruce Arakelian Barbara Chalmers Susan Darling Karen Finocchio Eric D. Forman Martin Grace Michael Hart Jo-Anne Laine William Reidy Jack Weinstein Robert Weisman Seniors Joane Botos Deborah Collins Bonnie Comley Kevin Day I Daniel Danecki William Donovan James Fereira, Jr. Philip Giguere Len Keshishian Priscilla Keyes Suzanne Lane .-' .e--f V xy wx X ,Ai .' .fr vi? my - fs: fi Q ,J 1 v i Mary Lazdowski Karen Lebedzinski F. Thomas Maroon, Jr. Lena Michaelidou Jeffrey Murdock Denise Nadeau John Picciuto Thomas Tighe Lynne Travers Graduate Student Simon Benarroyo -Q: L.. S f'7.' T.. 'Ive .. if Alf C f l , N 1 K " ffnrf . .7 N ,,' J . ' , , "-0 ,ff 'E ' if if ' -e Mwwx K - .zz af - ba 2 -1 .mx IQ: . 'ig mf sa News - 4' . f' .5 gr ' N A, I -Q . 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The Greeks Fought 5.-an few : ff.-aafsm, Against Great Odds, But They Had One Monumental Weapon That Their Turkish Oppressors Did Not Possess- The Desire To Be Free. It Was A Desire That Was Invented By Their Ancient Ancestors, And One That They Never Forgot. Those Giants Of Ancient Greece Gave To His Modern Progenitor, And To The Rest Of The World, The Supreme Example Of The Free Mind, The lnquiring Mind, The Mind That Was Not Afraid To Disagree With The Majority, The Mind That Touched All The Notes On The Scale Of Truth Because lt Was Not Satisfied With A Half-Truth. The Greek Revolution, Though Weakly Begun, Stirred the Spirits Of America And Europe. And Thus With The Help Of Such Great Philhellenes As Lord Byron And Members Of The United States Congress, The Greek People Regained Their Precious Freedom. It ls Certainly Fitting To Regard The Greek Revolution As A Constant Reminder That A Free Society Must Never Consider Freedom As A Deed Accomplished. The Greek Revolution, Above All, Tells Us That To Be Free ls To Be Alert, To Be Free ls To Be Alive, To Be Free ls To Be Noble Towards Your Fellow Man. Chuck Jarvis sa., .4 K. ug, 4, EQ! fig 'WG -J 'bln asv' 4 -4. Au -hm, ,,:3"""' 1' -wr -4-Gr -xp- 76 .W-?.::: 1. S- ,Q Q 1-. 'xii i Qi Photo by Florin Muradlan .-'. Pham by Barb Chalmern Pump by ku ,I 'A 51.1 1 CM H-'PUIIK 'II PREIPPY 5:53.33 TEE E2 WH 1 N WA 1..'0'b." ' 1.1 1 yn ,- 4 'r 'fy - - Pham by Barb Chalmers p A ,. ' -1-f , .r-V-" Phono by Brian Sunken ,,. 4: , , ,V I V. . -. .' , 1' 5 'x J M-, f , fr" '-T ' - , ' . X- n ' 1. .J Q f 1 - ff 1 1 ,X f in ,lf .E .1,, rnoto by 5 il N. liq V 3' I X .1 T ,, Y ,f4,, l 3 5 'T i4 - "1 -sd 110 fi L X A0419 ang pun eueuuag new Aq aolmyd "Ei 1' 4" A- L J' C P'-FH - 1 Q. ,--, u ,r o -r n' ' - " '. ..,- Z, ' n '54 Y' ' 'z 1 s. 1'. - 1 , file" 1 ' , ' .2211 ., :s., 7 'xx' X-.H ,O ., ,,' , ' ' - ' . , 2?-Mg, . rf 1. .- . I ,J ,. u 5-: w. . ' 7, -Y : : . A .3"'f2, D' 1 E." 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AL If ll' ,- K '?5,,5.P ln ' I ll L l 1 Last Hurrah At The Rat, May IS, l98l GN 'Y.7 i 742341,-sv rw r x J - X, 4 Polynesian Night, Tuesday, May I9, I98l 4 X070 X - 1 if f-1 1:1 1 0 , 512: I 9 ' 4 f1.'k K : 0.m5ls-11.-. "lug, ,-1--' 'fxv 1-I1 lf.h fv 'xt -w L1-L 1. 1 lr. , . 1 Q X '26 . ii- .lu WA - 8 S I sf rx- ILO A. lr'-' 'W 43-.Nr -N C A ,,,-'Q ,Z .1 'jg-xt' .- w , RY-4, . - wa. , gf ', V., Senior Outing, Wednesday, May 20, I98I JW- 9' :- .. gV 100 1' ' ,.., . ,wa 'lu N S 1 'lj :xx Q 1 sv , ..,. J. ,,,o---., L, ,U-NA ' l A l -494' Uv ' . 'S' ,I Y is ii a Y.. O I 'Q I 1 1 I ,f l lx I ! 5 I i 1 if l mf' -1,1,-'I : ' 'fnnsonyhb-Q Hb' ..... rf, O'Tvx.,,,Na 'iw 4 , I 1 W' , X 1. 4.-V . ,sf , 4,f mg!- 'O vm i LACK JSSE K.. .lf .5 AA ,. , I I Q QI' 0 v if nl ng! X , 3 "-. - I .V 4 VJ- ff P x s I 5, x il, H- .,. , A94 X 1, X . M 5 W- 5 1 L. G- Q. 'M q .1 -'Uv' . 1 1 VM ' ,, if :QV W5 1 ,IM If P ' ' fx H I x - . Q . I l 1 px Awards Con vocation, Friday, May 22, l98I X .flg L g Q.: Tfia .Q ' .r' , 'Q A 5 . 2 4 flx ' Q 5 L 1l 1 Q 'fv":.fh' N' W ,K-an-h :- ..'..". "ffl: ' 1 xl I 'Q -L 5. I . ,.. , David C Spann W 1 William J Donovan Denise M Nadeau Thomas P Ttghe Carol Bangs Rohm Sewell Carol Bangs Maurice B Marquis Steven W Potter Robert W DeMarco Thomas Cullman James M Monlz Pamela Jones Paul Palmborg Brian Herrin Keith Splnney Wayne Capolupo David Bapumpa Edward Carley Marc G Normandin Mark K Davis Dana Cunnlff Mark K Davis David Irving Paul Lamont Elizabeth A Johnson David M Romagnoli Sharon E Powell Karen E Crofts Stephen J Munger Claudia LeCourt Karen Ellinboe Nancy Rourke Sharon Powell Susan DePlnto Laurie lnsero Georglana Belses Laura Haver Donna Ramey Helen Gerosidens Julie Root Suzanne Hoehn Richard Bernklow Kim Clough Kathleen Doyle , Michael Nosek Mary Ortolano I a l E 4 Q W . David F. Wood. Jr. Pamela Jones l . . w ' I ' Outstanding Students President 's Medal Presidents Medal President's Medal Trustee 's Key Coburn Award for Professional Excellence Coburn Award for Academic Excellence Dr. Geoffry Broughton Award Dr. Howard J. Reynolds Award Chemical Engineering Scholastic Award Allan T1 Gifford Award Carl A. Stevens AwardfAcademic Excellence Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Service Award LE.E.E. Professional Leadership Award Jon R. Kelley Memorial Award Ku Min Memorial Scholarship Award Ku Min Memorial Scholarship Award Ku Min Memorial Scholarshqv Award Nuclear Engineering Honor Award Nuclear Engineering Honor Award Nuclear Engineering Distinguished Service Nuclear Engineering Distinguished Service Russell W. Ehlers Award Outstanding Senior in Plastics Award Plastics Academic Award Plastics Academic Award Plastics Academic Award Plastics Acaedmic Award Highest Cumulative AveragefHealth Education Highest Cumulative AveragefHealth Service Admin. Highest Cumulative AveragefMedical Technology Highest Cumulative AveragefNursing Highest Cumulative AveragefPhysical Therapy Dr. Eleanor Forsley Shaloup Senior Award Award for Academic Excellence Award for Academic Excellence Scholar's A ward Clinical Practitioner 's Award Professional Development Award Dean 's Academic Honors Award Dean's Academic Honors Award Deans Academic Honors Award Departmental Service Award Art History Award Studio Art Award Bronze Bust of Sonny Tufts Honorary Lifetime English Major Certificate Chateau Mouton Rothschild Scholarship Department Service Award Department Service Award Karin McCarthy Mark Lotz James Rancourt Brian McGratten Kathleen McCall Mark P. Bryer John E. Foley David A. Clark Robin Hazarvartian Linda Riehl Steven F. LeBtun Michael Thornhill Mary E. Albee Douglas K. Dalrymple Stephen P. Ducharme Steven F. LeBrun John K. Moyle Scot D. Solimine Bonnie Comley Lynne Travers Carolyn Roake Martha Sargent Patricia Wallace Donna Ramey Proulx Mary B. Ruliange David Souza Jeanne Alberti Michael McLaughlin Lisa J. Taylor Georgiana Betes laura Haver Elaine Monnier Denise Belanger Timothy Dwyer Marc Wilson James Fereira. Jr. Marc Wilson Brian Forsythe Donna Ramey Proulx Karen Svenson Michael Boucher Randy Sherman Sharon A. Faysal Priscilla Keyes Daniel Danecki Anne Marie Kinsman Joseph M. Brice Jeffrey W. Brown Philip W. Rankins Scholastic Achievement A ward Roland Derby Scholarship AwardfScholastic Achievement Russell Weeks Hook ScholarshipfScholastic Achievement Louis Olney Book Award for Scholastic Achievement Chemistry Dept. Scholastic AchievementfDept. Service Chemistry Department Special Award Outstanding Achievement in Environmental Science Outstanding Achievement in Meteorology Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics Award Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics Award Dr. Charles R. Mingins Award Outstanding Senior in Radiological Health Physics Membership: Sigma Pi Sigma Membership. Sigma Pi Sigma Membership: Sigma Pi Sigma Membership: Sigma Pi Sigma Membershmt Sigma Pi Sigma Membershqn Sigma Pi Sigma Student Government-Special Service Award Student Government-Special Service Award First Folio Jane Pauley Prize James Joyce Dubliner Prize Outstanding Academic Achievement Outstanding Academic Achievement Outstanding Service to the Language Department National Eastern Language Conference Award Outstanding Scholar Award Outstanding Scholar Award Outstanding Scholar Award Outstanding Scholar Award Highest Honor Award Honorable Mention for Highest Honors University Service Award Honorable Mention for University Service Community Service Award Research Award Honorable Mention for Research High Honors A ward Honors Award Wall Street Journal Award Mass. Society of C. P. A. Outstanding Senior Award Lillis-Murphy Prize in Management Activities Commission-Special Service Award Activities Commission-Special Service Award President's A ward! 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Ma 084l . 72 Sagamore Ave.. Medford. Ma 02I55 . 8 Fernview Ave.. No Andover. Ma 0845 . 20 Patricia Lane.. Dracut. Mass 0826 . 5 D Amico Dr.. Marlborough, Ma 0752 . . I0 Columbus Rd.. Woburn. Mass 080 . . 3 Thrush Rd.. Wilmington. Ma 0887 . 22 Fairview Ave.. Dracut. Mass 0826 259 Lowell. St.. Andover. Mass 08l0 . . 23 Peck St.. Attleboro. Ma 02703 . . ll0 Varnum Ave.. Dracut. Mass 0826 . I85 Liberty St.. Lowell. Ma 085I . 72 Hawley St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 24 Old Bolton Rd.. Stow. Ma 0775 . . . . 2I5 Parker St., Lowell. Mass 085I . . 44 Aiken Ave 83.. Lowell. Ma 0850 Biggs. Steven M. I36 Old Westford Road.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Bille. Peter D. . . . . Billewicl. Lillian E. Billings. Richard L. Biron. Paul R. . Bischoff. Karl F. Bisson. Denise L. .. Bisson. Paul J. . Bitler. Lauren M. . Black. John D. Blackwell. Timothy Blast Elise J Bobowtsz Harold A Bogannam. Charles Botsven. Barbara A. Boland. Edward . .. . . . Bonanno. Marguerit Bondeson. Allen K. Boner. John M. . Boremi. Karen M. 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Ma 0209 . . .. 35 Colson St.. Billerica. Ma 0862 . 72 Bellevue Ave.. Haverhill, Ma 0830 . 25 Tremlett St.. Dorchester. Ma 02l24 .. . . .. , I9 Berwick St.. Lowell. Mass 0852 27 Greenhurst Avenue.. Fitchburg. Mass 0420 . . .. Apart 6527 Zona 5.. Panama Panama .. . I0 Currier Ave.. Amesbury. Ma 09l3 . . l50 Plain Rd.. Westford. Ma 0886 Upper Aghada Rost Midl., Co Cork. Ireland . . Ill Walnut St.. Malden. Mass 02I48 I4 Willard Rd.. Westminster, Mass 0473 . . 7l Westford St., Chelmsford, Ma 0824 94 Chamberlain Rd.. Westford. Ma 0886 40 Elm Street.. Woburn. Ma 080 l50 Baldwin Rd., Billerica. Ma 082i I9 Sladen St.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . 5 Darby Street.. Tewlisbury. Mass 0876 S20 Merrill Lane A-l6.. Dracut. Mass 0826 76 Lawrence St.. Waltham. Ma 02l54 . 76 Catherine Dr.. Peabody. Ma 0960 . I6 Summit Ave.. Wakefield. Ma 0880 6l Montview Ave.. Lowell. Mass 085i Bryer. Mark P. 723 Washington St.. E. Bridgewater. Ma 02333 Bryer. Steven M. . 723 Washington St.. E Bridgewater. Ma 02333 Buben. Joanne . 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Cardelli. Anna . . . Cardinal. Brian M. . . Cardone. Gary A. Caredeo. Joanne M. . Carignan Jr. Charles L Carkin. William M. .. Carley. Douglas F. Carley. Edward J. . Camevale. James . . . if . . . . GG Tenth St.. Lowell. Ma 0850 . 44 Montvale St.. Roslmdale. Mass 02l3I 36 Winter St.. Medford. Ma 02I55 . I8 Pembroke Dr.. Lawrence. Mass 0843 45 Georgia Ave.. Lowell. Ma 085I . 39 Madison Ave.. Wakefield. Ma 0880 . . 75 Abbott St.. lawrence. Mass 0843 79 Boston Road.. N Billerica. Mass 0862 I780 Middlesex St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 l48 Shawsheen Rd.. Andover. Ma 08l0 . . . 37 Evergreen Rd.. Lowell, Ma 0852 . 30 Juniper Cr.. Reading. Ma 0867 I538 Whipple Rd.. Tewksbury. Mass 0876 . . . . l Fletcher Rd.. lynnfield, Ma 0940 87 Pine Valley Dr.. Dracut. Mass 0826 258 Elm Street.. Salisbury. Mass 0950 . . Meadowcroft Rd.. Burlington. Mass 0803 . . 49 Colgate Rd.. Beverly. Mass 09I5 I29 Porter Street.. Westwood. 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James E. ... Clancy. Robert J. . Clark. David A. . . Clark. Jo-Ellen . . Clark. Lisa .. .. . . Clarke. Thomas A. . Cleary. William D. . Clement. Douglas A. Clement. Jennifer L. Clifton. Walter S. .. . Cloues. Linda E. . Clough. Kimberly R. Clouter. Gregory W. Coaltley. Mark F. . . Cole. Jeremiah J. . Cole. Vlrginia M. .. Coleman. Bruce R. . Coletta. Mary c. . . . . 34 Beach St.. Woburn. Mass 080 .. .. . .. 7I Bernier St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . 224A Mechanic SI.. Marlboro. Ma 0752 . . . I Naushon Rd.. Billerica. Ma 0866 . . . 25 S Bowdoin., Lawrence. Ma 0843 . 57 Morse Ave.. Brockton. Mass 0240 . 245 Groton Rd.. N Chelmsford, Ma 0863 . . ll Chestnut St.. Franklin. Mass 02038 . . .. . 40 High St.. Somerville. Ma 02I44 . . .. l39 DePot Rd.. Boxford. Ma 092I . . 73 Kingston Rd.. Waltham. Ma 02l54 . . 26 Douglas Rd.. Lowell, Mass 0852 255 Marrett Rd., Lexington. Ma 02I73 . I4 Winn Valley Dr.. Burlington, Ma 0803 . . . . . 5 Norman Rd.. Saugus. Ma 096 l22 Kilburn St.. 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Ma 0852 . . 7 Manor Ave.. Burlington. Mass 0803 . . 36 Parsons St.. West Newton, Mass 02I65 . . . I25 Virginia Ave.. Lowell. Mass 0852 . 47 Bartlett St.. Northboro, Ma 0532 .. .. 7 Brantwood Ln.. Burlington. Ma 0803 205 Waverley St.. Arlington. Mass 02l74 Collins. Christopher M. . . . 48 Ramblewood Dr.. Ashland. Ma 072I Collins. Deborah A. Collins. Delia C. . .. Comeau. Kevin P. .. Comley. Bonnie A. . Comlols. Gerard P. Condon. Marcla A. Conlln. Kathleen A. Conlon. Kathleen M. Conneely. Thomas B. Connolly. Diane C. Connolly. John R. Conroy. Brian J. . . . I5 Green Acre Dr.. Salem. Nh 03079 .. , .. . . I3 Read St.. Lowell. Ma 0850 . . . I2 Pere Marquette., Lawrence. Ma 0843 Ill Old Billerlca Rd.. Bedford. Mass 0730 ... 30 Steven St.. Methuen. Mass 0844 . 85 Treble Cove Rd.. N Billerica. Ma 0862 .. . I9 Trickett Rd.. Lynnfleld. Mass 0940 . .... 302 Burnham Rd.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . 22 Pearl St.. Somerville. Ma 02I45 .. . Ma 0776 Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . . 2l Independence Dr.. Woburn. Ma 080 . . . 22 Wagon Wheel Rd Sudbury . . l092 Mammoth Il6 Mt Vernon Sr., Arlington. Mass Consentlno. Phyllis A, Cook. Robert A, Cooper. Meryl S, Connler. Alan R. Correa. Debora L. Corriveau. Sheila R, Costello. Joan R. Cote, Hervey P. I0 Brookfield Rd.. Methuen. Mass ll Glenwood Rd.. Andover. Mass 222 Stackpole St A-7.. Lowell. Ma 74 North Main St.. Manchester, Nh 52 Marlboro Rd,. Berlin, Ma 6 Rowe St.. Lawrence. Ma l4I Spring Ct Ext.. Woburn. Ma 50 Pleasant St.. Westford. Mass Coughlin. Francis A. , 52 Upham St.. Lowell. Ma Couillard. Jon C. The Common.. Templeton. Ma Courlemanche, Sandra J. ll Green St.. Wlnchendon. Ma Courtney. Kathleen A. 25 Glifton St,, Lowell, Ma Courtney. Mary A. Coulo, Joseph M. Cox. William J. Crabtree. Kathleen Crane. Timothy E. A. Cremln. Timothy J. Cresta. Dennis M. Crofts. Karen E. Croke. Kevin G. Crombie. Betsy L. Crouse. George F. Crowell. Joy L. Crowley. Sharon Crowley. Timothy Cudd. Joanne M. Cullinan. Thomas Cummings. Paul T. Cuneo. John F. Cunniff. Dana E, J. 3 Ardell St.. Lowell. Ma 66 Meadowbrook Rd., N. Chelmsford. Ma 33 Jefferson Street.. Lawrence. Mass PO Box 784.. Lowell. Ma I55 Trull Lane E.. Lowell. Mass , 22 Burtt St.. Lowell, Ma . 5I Spring St.. Medford, Mass . . 74 Centre St,. Danvers. Ma . . 26 Talbot St.. Lowell. Ma 652 Lowell St.. Carlisle. Mass ll6 Lancaster Ave.. Luenburg. Ma . 82 Varney St.. Lowell. Ma I93 Old Farm Rd.. Leominster. Ma . . . 5I Lura St.. Lowell. Mass 0844 0l8l0 0852 OJIO2 0503 0843 080 0886 0l85l 0468 0475 0852 0854 0863 0843 0852 0852 085i 02l55 0923 0852 0l74I 0462 0854 0453 085l 5l0 East St.. Dedham. Mass 02026 02l74 283 Rogers.. W Springfield. Ma 0089 43 Woodville St.. Everett. Mass 02l49 5 Kingcrest Ter.. Randolph. Ma 02368 Cunningham. David F. 859 Lakeview Ave Apt-I.. Lowell. Ma 0850 Curley. 'James P. 28 Arbutus Ave.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Curley lll. John J. . 28 Arbutus Ave.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Daigle. Brian J. . . 88 Maille Ave.. Dracut, Ma 0826 Daigle. Judith M. , 96 Seneca St,, Lowell. Ma 0852 Daigle. Steven F. , 96 Seneca St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Darley Jr. Charles R, Daley Jr. Thomas C. Dalrymple. Douglas K. Dame. Raymond R. Damore. Mariann Dana. June G. Dandenaull. Denise L. Danecki, Daniel A. . Danforth. Richard S. Daniele. Darlene M. Daniels. Landra L. Daou. Nadim Dardxinski. Vivian E. Darrah, Anne M. Dastous. Gall D. Dauphinais. Jeffrey L. David. James J. Davies. Jeff P. Davis, Mark K. Davis. Paul C. Davis. Rachel A. Dawson. John W. Day. Kevin M. De Costa. Edward J. Deacon. Mark E. Dean. Eileen M. Deangelo. Michael J. Decoste. Jr.. Charles L. Defusco. Stephen Delery. Robert A. Demarco. Robert W. Demarre. James P. Deon. Philip A. Deon. Robert J. Depinlo. Susan M. Derola. John J, Desilva, John P. Desmarais. Jr.. Robert J. Desnoyers. Robyn A. Deiruisseaux. Denise A. Deveau. William J. Devlin. Patrick J. Dewitt. James A. Diamond, Harry Diaz. Minerva Dibenedetto. Mark V. Diburro. Peter C. Dicaccio. Anthony R. Diekelman. David E. Dieker, Carol D. Dickerson, Diane H. Dillon. Matthew G. . Dillon. Peter M. Dimodica. Tina J. . Dipalma. Stephen J, 47 Whitney Ave,. Lowell. Mass 0850 Il Crawford Ln.. Nashua. Nh 03453 5 Mae Rd.. Bedford. Ma 27 Huron Ave.. Dracut, Ma 34 Cleveland Ave.. Everett. Mass I8 Orchard Lane.. Chelmsford. Mass 309 University Ave.. Lowell. Ma 70 E. Hoosac St.. Adams. Mass I35 Winchester Rd.. Arlington. Mass II Endicott Circle.. Methuen. Mass ll0 Delmont Ave A-28.. Lowell. Ma French St Ext A-59080 Lowell. Ma 23 Hampton St.. Saugus. Mass. . 94 North Main St., Westford. Ma , . 48 Fox St.. Dracut, Mass 3 Nabnasset St.. Westford, Mass McGovern Lane.. Webster. Ma 0730 0826 02l49 0824 0854 0220 O2l74 0844 0852 0854 095 0886 0826 0886 0570 25 Myrtle Lane Rd I.. Dennisport. Ma 02639 . 2l6 Shaker Rd.. Enfield. Cl N532 I3 Sandra Dr.. Chelmsford. Mass . . Depot St,, Dunstable. Ma 3I Fosters Pd Rd.. Andover. Ma 78 Lakeshore Dr.. Dracut. Mass 40 Hartford St.. Fitchburg. Ma l7l Lowell St.. Andover Ma 3l Johnson Circle.. No Andover. Ma 62 Highland St,-I.. Lowell. Ma 6I Bond St., Gloucester. Ma 0824 0827 08l0 0826 0420 08l0 0845 0852 0930 76 Center St.. Andover. Ma 08l0 5 Kendall Dr., Woburn. Ma 080 4A Dooling Circle.. Peabody. Ma 0960 22 Bernard St.. Lexington. Ma 02I73 22 Grace Rd.. Woburn. Ma 080 I9 Liana St.. Woburn. Ma 080 5l Treble Cove Rd.. Billerica. 986 Main St.. Lynnfield. 45 Oakland Ave.. Methuen. III Acton Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0862 Ma 0940 Ma 0844 Ma 0824 47 Haywood St.. Greenfield. Ma 030 75 Brookfield St., Lawrence. lm Pemberton, St.. Dracut, I469 Salem St,, N Andover. 355 Old Post Rd.. No Attleboro. 487 Lebanon St.. Melrose. I33l Pawtucket Bld AI2.. Lowell. Ma 0843 Ma 0826 Ma 0845 Ma 02760 Ma 02I76 Ma 0854 II Cedar St.. Everett. Mass O2l49 I Erhardt Terr.. Methuen. Ma 084-4 229 Euclid Ave.. Lynn. Ma 0904 27 Samoset Rd.. Woburn. Ma 080 . , 265 Nesmith St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 20 Princeton St.. N Chelmsford. Ma 0863 . l3l Downer.. Hingham. 37 Newcomb Rd,. Stoneham. . 274 Plesant St.. Norwood. 23 Brooks Rd., Sudbury. Ma 02043 Ma 02l80 Ma 02CB2 Ma 0776 Dipolo, James P Disalvo. David Dislefano. Denise A. Divincentis, Elizabeth C. Dizaxzo. Mary L. Doherty. Mary E. Doherty. Nancy R. Dombrowski. Scott A. Domenicu Donahue, Elizabeth E. Donahue, Gall A. Donahue. Robert S. Donga. Neil J. Donovan. Laura L. Donovan. William J. Dorgan, Stephen A. Dorlando, Anthony P. Dowling. Edward O. Downes. Brian J, Downing. Beverley J, Doyle. Andrew W. Doyle. Jacqualyn M. Doyle. Kathleen M. Doyle. Michael J. Drew. David L. Drinkwater. David S. Dube. Brian R. Dufour. Susan M. Dulgarian Jr. Stephen T. Dulude. Paul A. Dunlavey. Brian F. Dunn. Christine A. Dunn. Michael C. Dupont, Jayne L. Durand, Susan M. Durkin. Daniel Durkin. Elizabeth A. Durkin. Michael P. Dusza. James F. Duval Jr. Ronald E. Dwyer. Timothy E. Earley. Seth O. Eaton, John R. cci. Michael J, 3l0 4th Ave., Lowell. Ma 0854 29 Grove St.. Chelmsford. Mass 0824 I0 S Merrill St.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 229 High St.. Lawrence. Ma 084i 60 Phillips St.. Lawrence, Mass 0843 I32 Belrose Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 56 Raymond Ave.. Somerville. Ma 02l44 I5 Beverly Ave,. Marblehead. Mass 0945 33 Landseer St.. Boston, Mass 02I32 26 Sheldon St., Methuen. Ma 0844 445 Wood Lane.. No Andover. M 0845 ll Murray Hill Park.. Malden. Ma O2l48 69 Roseclalr St,, Dorchester. Ma 02l24 790 Broadway St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 83 Farley St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 I5 Hoyle St.. Norwood. Ma 02662 I8 Lawrine Rd.. Saugus. Ma 0945 27 Otis St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . I4 Elmont Rd.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . l02 Gardner St.. Hingham. Ma 02043 684 High St.. Walpole. Mass 0208! I4 Worswick Ter.. Lawrence. Ma 084i 28 Brown St,, Billerlca, Ma 082l 22 Ash St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 il Dudley Rd.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 I4 Kingsbury Ln.. Billerica. Ma 0862 6 Marie Ave.. Nashua. Nh 0360 5 Carlson Rd.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 I2 Dulgarian Terr., Chelmsford. Mass 0824 666 Newport Ave.. S Attleboro. Ma 02703 3l Waverly Ave.. Lowell. Mass 0852 I7 Chipman St.. Medford. Ma 02l55 I2 Curtis Dr.. Medfield, Ma 02052 I5 Kensington Dr.. Billerica. Ma 082l 50 Main St.. Hudson. Ma 0749 , 77 London St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 , l53 Winthrop Ave.. Lowell. Ma 085l I48 Midland St.. Lowell, Ma 085i Mashapaug Rd.. Holland. Ma 0550 26 Moulton St.. Newburyport. Ma 0950 Turkey Hill Rd., Merrimack. NH 03054 U of Lowell Box K220.. Lowell. Ma 0854 458 Johnson St.. N. Andover. Mass 0845 Eddy. cyiiiiiia H. .. Edey. Lynette E. .. . Eichorn. Christine L. Eldracher. Kurt 5. . . . Elie. Raymond M. . Eliopoulos. De4PauIa Ellingboe. Karin E. . . Ellioli. Jeffrey P. . . ,. Emery. Charles F. . . . . Endylte Jr. Francis J. . 2l Dunstable Rd.. Westford. Mass 0886 . . . Il7 Columbia St.. Cambridge. Mass 02I39 . . . .,., Essex St., W Boxford. Ma 0885 . . 5 Campbell Cir.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 . .. . . 3l Howe Ave.. Millbury. Ma 0527 . . . I9 Van Greenby Rd.. Lowell. Ma 085I 63 Matawanakee Trail., Littleton, Ma 0460 . ...,...., . I9 Main., Pepperell. Ma 0463 . . . ... 45 Crowell St.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 .. . . . .. I42 Bailey St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 Enis. Martin P. . 323 Old Westford Rd.. Chelmsford. Mass 0824 Enxing. Hugh J. . . . . .,.,. 25 Oakland Road., Sharon. Ma 0167 Eraclides. Stelios T. . . . Box 59 North Ll of L.. Lowell. Ma 0854 Ermilios. loanna . . . . . . . 3l Fort Hill Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Esile. Francesca T. . . .,.. 9 Pond St.. Newburyport. Ma 0950 Faber. John S. . ....,... I988 Middlesex St A-3l.. Lowell. Ma 085l Fairhurst. Margaret C. Faria. Stephen M. . . . Farley. Maura J. ..., . Farrell. Daniel P. . .. Fauvel. Maurice J. . Faxon. Terry A. . . . . Faysal. Sharon A. . Fazio. Paul P. .... Fecteau. Laurie A. . Feeley. David . . . Feeley, Paul J. .,., . Feinberg. Marcy H. . . . . . 3I3 Kendall Rd.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 . . . ,. 36 Bedford St.. Burlington. Ma 0803 . 262 Wentworth Ave.. Lowell. Mass 0852 . . . ,.,. 39 Madonna Cir.. Lowell. Ma 0854 .. . .. 40 Peabody Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . 8 Butler St.. Newburyport. Mass 0950 . . . . 2I Winthrop Pkwy.. Revere. Ma 02I5l . . . . 23 Jewett St., Georgetown. Ma 0833 ......... 20 East St.. Beverly. Ma 0915 . . . . 33 Franklin St.. Melrose. Mass 02l76 .. .. . . 33 Franklin St.. Melrose. Ma 02l76 . . . . B-6I8 I University Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0854 Fereira. James F. ..,...,.,., 33 State St Apt-3.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Ferragulo. Steven A. Ferrara. Vincent J. Ferreira. Charlene . Ferreira. Daniel J. . . . Finch. Christopher M. Flndlen. Robert C. ,. . Finn. Susan L. ,.,. . Finnegan. Bethany J. . . ,... 6 Touro Avenue.. Medford. Ma 02I55 ..... I3 Cedar Street.. Wilmington. Mars 0887 . . . . . . . . . . I0 Plum St.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . . . I6 Washington Street.. Lowell. Ma 08SI . . . . . 52 Pentucket Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0854 . . I First Parish Rd.. Canton. Mass 0202! . . . . 7l Fetherston Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . . . . 48 Ansie Rd.. Chelmsford. Mass 0824 Finneral. Taryn E. ..,.. 86 Chelmsford St.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Fionte. Elaine M. ............ I27 Salem St.. Andover. Mass 08l0 Fitzgibbon. Thomas M. Flanagan. Kathleen M. Fletcher. Kenneth A. Foderaro. Frank P. . Fogaren. Peter B. . . Fogg, Cheryl A. . Foley. John E. . . Folven. Brian E. Forcier. Paul W. Ford. Francis G. . . . , .. az Ely si.. wemieia. Ma oioss soo High si.. Amesbury. Ma oisis .. . .. . 579 Marsh Hill Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . . . I22 Haverhill St.. Methuen. Ma 0844 .. . 27 James St.. New Bedford. Ma 02740 .... .. 45 Barney St.. Agawam. Ma 002 . . . .. 50 Market St., Rockland. Ma 02370 . .......... 6 Burnham Rd.. Lowell. Mass 0852 .. I7 Glen Forest Ln., Methuen. Mass 08 44 ......... 592 Malden St.. Revere. Ma 02l5l Forsythe. Brian C. .........,... I7 Wedge St.. Lowell, Mass 085l Fosgate. Laurie J. Fossey. Mary A. . . Foster. Darren D. . . . Foster. Robert A. . . Fowler. Ted ..... Fox. Richard D. l26 Burlington Ave.. Wilmington. Ma 0887 I n I V. ......... Il summer st.. waiiiirii. Ma oisoi .. . . . .. 57 Jewett.. Jersey City, NJ 07305 . . . . . l03 Gerald Rd.. Milton. Mass 02l86 . . . . . I7 Canton St.. Lawrence. Mass 084i . . . .,.... I0 Centerwood Dr.. Holden. Ma 0520 Francoeur. Joan E. . . . 39 Horseshoe Rd.. Chelmsford. Mass 0824 Frangiamone. Sandra A. . . 38 Paulson Drive.. Burlington. Ma 0803 Frasca. David P. ,,.. ......... I 5 Stevens St.. Methuen. Ma 0844 Frascarelli. Mark G. ............ I9 Myrtle St.. Lowell. Mass 0850 Freitas Jr. Frank ....,...... 22 Vermont Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 Freitus. James P. ..,.... 3 Daybrook Dr Apt 328.. Ayer. Ma 0432 Frieson. Wilma . . . Frisbie. Lisbeth B. . Fronlerotla. Mark P. Fulponi. John A. . . . Fulton. Janice L. . . . . , I5I Highland Street.. Roxbury. Ma OJII9 . . ...,. I5 Cola Rd.. Merrimack. Nh 03054 . . .. 54 Westford St.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 .. , . ., 39 Rita., Springfield. Mass oiii9 . . . . 474 Beacon St., Lowell. Mass 0850 Fullz. Barbara J. ,.....,.....,. I8 Wilton Lane.. Acton. Ma 0720 Fune. Paul A. Fyfe Carol M. ... Gacelt. Richard M. . Gagnon. Daniel W. . .........., 9 Renwood St.. Fall River. Mass 02720 60 Bumpy Ln Forest Lke.. Methuen. Mass 0844 . . ...... 72 Totman St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 . 90 Weybosset St.. Methuen. Ma 0844 Gagnon. Judith A. Gagnon. Roger H. ..... . Gancan. Michael J. Garcia. John J. ... . . . . Gargas. John A. . . Gaspari. David M. Gatlo. Kenneth M. Gaudetle. Richard A. . . Gauthier. Eileen A. . . .. .. 74 River Rd.. Andover. Ma 08l0 . I5 Amherst St.. Chelmsford. Mass 0863 .. . . 79 North St.. Three Rivers, Ma 0080 I69 Washington Circle.. Woburn. Ma 080 .. . . . . 27 Franklin St.. Peabody. Ma 0960 ... . . 77 Gersham Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0854 . . . Linda Lane.. Santornville. NH 03872 ,.. 74 Hampson St.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . . . 820 Main St.. Acushnet. Mass 02743 Gauthier. Jeanne A. . . ....,...,.. 69 Stevens St.. Lowell. Ma 085l Gauthier, Karen M. Gauthier. Leonard J. Gecks. Carole J. . Gendron. Robert A. . . . . . 72 Kearney Avenue.. Pittsfield. Ma 020 ....... . . I49 Plain Rd.. Westford. Ma 0886 Geary. William D. .,.,, . .. ...... 96 Wilson Rd.. Beford. Ma 0730 . . . . . 60 Trenton St.. Lawrence. Ma 084i l40 West Meadow Rd.. Lowell. Mass 0854 Geoffroy. Leo M. ,.........., 422 Riverside St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 Germanowslti. Susan R. . .,., 7 Lucille St.. Pittsfield. Ma 020 Gerosideris. Helen . . . . . . . . . .. Il Marsh St.. Lowell. Mass 0854 Gerstenlauer. Laureeann E. . . .... 26 Ash St.. Townsend. Ma 0469 Geltings. Robert E. Geulakos. Patricia Gianes. Evangeline . . . . . . . .. 20 Belmont St 336.. Lowell, Ma 085i 28l Old Marsh Hill Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 .. . . . . . . . . l76 Douglas Road.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Gianopoulos. Peter A. ' .....,.,. 42 Pine St.. Watertown. Ma 02I72 Gibb. Sandra E. ......... I6 Locust Rd.. Chelmsford. Mass 0824 . . . . . . 97 Newton St.. Lawrence. Mass 0843 oigiiani. Alan 1. ...... . Giblin. Catherine M. Giguere. Donna M. Giguere. Philip J. . . Gillen. Jr. Daniel J. Gillespie. Steven M. Gillis. Frederick J. . . Gillis. Harold J. . . Gilman. Joyce M. .... . Gilroy. John S. .. . . Gionel. Paula R. . . Girard. Michael A. ... Glasheen. Thomas B. ,. 28 Hannah Dustin St., Haverhill. Ma 0830 . . Nm Mammoth Rd.. Dracut Ma 0826 ' .A ...,. se Barrows si.. iaediiam. Ma otzoas . . . . . . 49 Rose Place.. Seldon. New Vork H784 . . ,.... I5 Curtis Rd.. Canton. Ma 0202i .... ..... 85 llth St.. Lowell. Ma 0850 . . . . .. 23 Andrew St.. Everett. Ma O2l49 ... . 8 Hadley Court.. Arlington. Ma 02l74 . I0 So Maple Ave.. Bradford. Mass 0830 . . . . . . 980 Middlesex St.. Lowell. Ma 085i . . . 88 Rogers St.. N Billerica Ma 0862 . . . 30 Livingston Ave.. Lowell. Ma 085i Glasheen. Timothy W. .... 30 Livingston Ave.. Lowell. Ma 085i Glasser. Kenneth B. . . . Gleason. Thomas J. Glines. Dean F. .,.. . . . . . . 6 Prouty Rd.. Burlington. Ma 0803 . . . 89 Lamoille Ave.. Bradford. Ma 0830 . . . . . . 'll Park St.. Arlington. Ma 02l74 Goddu. Steven L. ..,.. .... 4 9 Haseltine St.. Bradford. Ma 0830 Godfrey. Michelle D. Goes. Grace M. . . . Goggin. Jaime E. . . . . 64 Berkeley Ave.. Lowell. Mass 0852 . . .. .. 52 Auburn St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . . Il6 Dalton Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Gomes. Bonnie T. ...,.., 5 Plummer Rd.. West Boxford. Ma 0885 Goossens. Joan M. . . Gordon. Deborah A. Gordon. Wayne J. . Gorman. Ellen M. . . . Gosdanian. Susan A. .. .., 1 Maple si.. s...ii..gi...., Ma oisos . . . . I0 Tupola Lane.. Mattapoisett. Ma 02739 . . . 88 Whipple Rd.. E. Billerica. Ma 082i . . . . . 5 Place Lane.. Woburn. Ma 080 .. . . . 22 Harris St.. Brookline. Ma 02146 Gosine Jr. William T. .,.... 5 Burdett Rd.. N Reading. Mass 0864 Gosselin. J. Michele Gould. Scott D. . . . . Gowo. Alois F. . . . Goyetle. Peter J. .. Grady. Brian A. . . . Grady. Valerie A. . . . Graham. Thomas D. Gravell. Sharon J. . . . Greelis. John P. . . . . . . . . . I8 Rogers Ave.. Billerica. Ma 082i . . . . . I4 Philip Rd.. Billerica. Mass 082i I45 PO SQ l39CB.. Lowell, Ma 0852 . . . . . 94 Berkeley Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . 46 Fetherston Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . 257 Linwood St.. Brockton. Ma 0240 . . . . . 96 Arbor Road.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . 89 High St.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . . . 2 Karen Circle.. Hudson. Ma 0749 Green. Daniel C. ....., ......... I 2 Avon St.. Andover. Ma 08l0 ...... .. 44l Stevens Rd.. Swansea. Ma 02777 Griffin. Christopher P. . . Griffin. Michael P. . . . Gregoire. Edward J. Grimanis. Michael P. Grinspon. Carlos E. Grove. William J. . . Gnibba. Michael J. 40 Warren Ave., Chelmsford. Mass 0824 . . . 333 Granby Rd.. So Hadley. Ma 0075 . . . . 50 Brooks St.. Medford. Ma 02l55 .. . . . . . l46 Stevens St.. Lowell. Ma 085i . . . . 7 Bucltman Dr.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 .... . . . .. 7l Warren St.. Wesiboro. Mass 058i Gruhner, Martin Gueli. Linda C. . .. Guest. Noreen .... . . Guilmel. Nancy L. Gumbris. Janet M. .. Guzele. Derrick R. . Hadad. Joseph J. . . Haddad. Hanna R. . . Hale. Roberta M. . . Hall. Brian P. . . . Hall. John J. Hall. Sharon J ...... Hallgren. David R. . Hamel. Genevieve E. Hamer. Shirley R. .. Hancock. Amanda M. Haneffanl. William P. , 20 Sparhawk Drive.. Burlington. Mass 0803 I289 Salem Street., Na Andover Mass 0845 . ..... IO3 Assabet Rd., Quincy. Ma 02l69 . . . . 49 Harold St.. N. Andover. Na 0845 . . . 3l lntervale Ave.. Dracut, Ma 0826 . . . 3l Clark St.. Wilmington. Mass 0887 . . . . . l55 Easton St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 . . . . 204 Lawrence St.. Lawrence. Ma 084i . . . . . 32 Parkman Rd.. Reading. Mass 0867 . . . . I2 Canterbury Dr.. Peabody. Ma 0960 . . . . . I6 Appleton St.. Malden. Ma 02l48 . . . . 376 Hildreth St.. Lowell. Ma 0850 .. . . . . . . 25 Balcom St.. Mansfield. Ma 02048 . . .. RFDXI Washing St.. Franklin. Ma 02038 .. . . . . . . . .. I4 Philip Rd.. Billerica. Ma 082i ........... 22 Hoyt Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 I44 Walnut St., Everett. Ma OZII49 Hardy, Mary Jo ..... I8 Columbia Ave.. No Chelmsford. Ma 0863 Harhen. Michael T. . . . . . . . . . . I3 Sawmill Dr.. Westford. Ma 0886 Harnden, Pamela G. . . ............ III 3rd St., Lowell. Ma 0850 Haroulunian. Aram E. Harper. Kenneth G. . Harrahy. Michael J. . Harrigan. John D. .. . . . , 37 Huntington Rd.. Arlington. Ma 02I74 . . . . . . . .. 695 Pearl St.. Reading. Mass 0867 . . . . 9 Turner Ridge Rd.. Marlboro. Ma 0752 ........ 34 South St.. Stoneham. Ma 02l80 Harrington. Mark S. ...... I4 Woodbine St.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Harrington. Martha A. Harris. Dana ....... Hart. Eileen A. . . . Hailzistergiou. Thomas . . . . I4 Woodbine St.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 .. . . . . . . . . 7 Kazimer Dr.. Billerica. Ma 082i .. II Wildwood Road.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 .. . .. 770 Locust St.. Fall River Mass 02720 Haver. Laura A. ..... . . ..... 40 Karen Rd.. Wakefield. Ma 0880 Hayes. James C. . . .. Hayes. Mary K. .... . Hayman. Richard J. . Hazarvarlian. Robin R. . . . . . 703 Broadway St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 . . . .. 685 Westford St.. Lowell. Ma 085i . . . . . . . 40 Bonad Rd.. Sroneham. Mass 02l80 . . . . ISO Boston St.. No Andover. Mass 0845 Hebert. Lorraine S. . . ..... 21 Sunnyside Pk.. Saugus. Ma 096 Heffernan, David W. Hegany. Karen M. . Held. William E. . . . Henderson, Dale W. . Hendrickson. James P. Herben. Barbara Herbert. Lauren A. . Hergel. Laura J. . . . Hemandez. Maria . Herrin. Brian ........ Hewson. William F. . . Hickey. Andrew J. . . Hicks. Cynthia L. .. . Hoehn. Suzanne G. . Hogan. Joseph F. Hollis. Geoffrey A. .. Holmes. Kenneth E. . . . .. lm Central St.. Hudson. Ma 0749 . . . . I6 Empire St.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . . . . . 304 Harwood Ave.. Littleton. Ma 0460 . . . . . 6 Schofield Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . ......... 35 Mill Rd.. Boylston. Ma 0505 . . I8 Kensington Ave.. Bradford. Ma 0830 .......... 45 Briar Ave., Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . 23 Abbott Lane.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . ......... 3I Wiggins St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 . . . . J 2I Eugene St.. Leominster, Mass 0453 . . . . . . . I7 Windsor St.. Methuen. Ma 0844 . . . . . . . 28I Beacon St.. Lowell. Mass 0850 . . . . 4l2 Wilbraham Rd.. Hampden. Ma 0036 . . . 36 Berkeley Dr.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 ....,,... 23 Grove St.. Salem. Ma 0970 . .... 2l Amble Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0834 . . . ......... 7 Davis Ct.. Saugus. Ma 03 Houston. Annmarie 227 Main St.. Medway. Ma 02053 jmkim' Dun F. v 4 . I8 Washington St.. Stoneham. Ma 02l80 32 Meadowbrook Dr., Nashua. NH 03450 Holrnes..Sheila M. . Hondnts. Angela P. Horeczy. Christine J. Houstanitis. Arthur J. Howell. Cynthia L. Howie. Mary .,,.., Hoyt. Michael J. . . Hughes. Michael J. . ,... 7 River St.. Westford. Ma 0886 . , . , . . 23 Mt Vernon St,. Lowell, Ma 0854 . 48 Chtckering St.. Lawrence. Mass 0843 . , 35l Stevens St.. Lowell. Mass 085i . . , . . 256 6th Avenue.. Lowell. Ma 0854 ..... . , , .. 43 Fifth St.. Lowell, Ma 0850 IIA Bennington St,. Lawrence. Mass 084l . . . .. I7 Sioux Ave.. Waltham, Ma 8I Richmond St,. Dorchester. Mass 02I54 02I24 0985 Hume. Douglas W. . l36 Crane Nect Sr.. W Newbury. Mass Hunt. Stephen D. . . . . . 4 Sunset Lane.. N Grafton, Ma Hunt. Stephen G. . .... . . . 23 Salem Rd.. N Billerica. Ma Hurley. Jr.. Daniel J. .,.... 7 Grove Ave.. Wilmington. Ma 0l887 Hutchins. Gayle A. . , 95 Lyman Rd.. No Andover. Ma 0845 lmbrogna. Elaine M. Ingram. Joka I. .... 0536 0862 X.- .sil 2. -Ill. Bi Ef- l2 Central St.. Concord, Ma 0850 .fffiilio Barker Ave M.. Lowell. Ma otsso Insero. Laura J. ,.,.,.... I6 Fermanagh St.. Bradford. Mass 0830 Intemicola. Joseph A. . ,... , . Irving, David C. .,., . lsotti. Lorrie A. . . . . James. Duane L. ..., . Janas. Rosemary C. Janeiro, Virginia C. Jean, Diane R. . . .. Jean. Michael M. . , Jean. Rita C. , ..., . .. Jennison, Christopher I5 So Ferry St,. Everett, Ma 02l49 30 Fairlawn Dr,. Honeoye Falls. NV I4472 , .... 55 Harrison Ave.. Greenfield. Ma 030 II Grasshopper Ln.. Tewksbury. Mass 286 Clark Rd,. Lowell. Mass ....... I8 Delmonr Ave.. Lowell. Ma . 424 Dunstable Rd.. Tyngsbofro, Ma . . . . . .. 255 Nesmith St.. Lowell. Ma ... , . , . . 95 Cashin St.. Lowell. Mass 0876 0852 0852 0978 0852 085I 32 Stag Drive.. Billerica. Ma 082l ... 260East Water St.. N Andover. Mass 0845 Jensen. Bruce H. . Pob 9I Hubbardston Rd.. Templeton. Mass 0468 Jezowslti. Paul A. . . 23RichardSt..Lynn.Ma0905 Johnson. David G. .,...,,.. , Johnson. Elizabeth A. Jones. Dana K. .... 4 Macaarland. Rd.. Salem. NH 03079 . 60 Castlewood Dr.. Billeriea, Mass 0I82l , . , 94 Brewster Rd.. Waltham, Ma 02l54 Jones. Pamela J. . .,.... 40 Washington St,. Melrose, Mass 02l76 Jones Jr. George W. Jones. Jr. Paul H. .. Jong. Brenda M. . . . Joseph. Philip J. . . ,. Joslin. Grant L. . . .. Joyce. Catherine A. Jussaume. Donald N. . ll Independence Dr.. Burlington. Ma 0803 . .... Baldwin Hill Rd.. Phillipliort. Mass 0358 , . . . . . 38 Riverhurst Rd.. Billerica. Ma 082l . . . 6l Lindwood Ave,. Bellingham. Ma 020l9 . .,.... I6 Wayte Rd.. Bedford, Ma 0730 . . .......... 5 Dodge St.. Malden. Ma 02l48 .. .,., I74 Wentworth Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 7 Kaflas. Vasilios D. , ........ I5 Marsh St,. Lowell, Ma 0854 Kagan. Jr. John J. . .. . 80 Red Gate Lane.. Reading, Ma 0867 Kane. Eileen M. . .. ..... 32 Kent St., Tewlisbury. Mass 0876 Kane. Thomas W. . .. ,... 76 Pokonoket Rd., Sudbury. Ma 0776 Kangas. Howard S. , ...... 204 Parker St., Acton. Ma 0720 Kansanniva. Jonathan E. . . 4 Lucille Ave.. Westford. Mass 0886 Kapabatsos. Angelo T. ..,.....,. I29 Sparks St., Lowell, Ma 0854 Kamer. Todd W. ...... ..,.... 3 I5 King St.. Littleton. Ma 0460 Kansanis. Georgia D. ,.,. l45 P O Sq Apt IBCB.. Lowell, Ma 0852 Kashlan. Leo W. ,... . ,..,, 77 Gershom Ave., Lowell. Ma 0854 Keams. Patricia A. ,..,., 27 Jefferson Rd.. Wakefield. Mass 0880 Keegan. Colleen E. , .,.. 39 Nahant St.. Wakefield. Ma 0880 Keeney. Daniel P, Kelley. Colin F. Kelley. Michael P. , Kelley. Robert J. Kelley. Shawn M. . Kellihe Kelly. John B. ...... .... , Kennedy. Jane M. , Kenney. George F. . Keshishian. Len G. , . Keyes. Priscilla M. Kieman. David R. . . King. Henry R. .. . King. Wayne M. . , .. Kinsman. Annemarie Kissoyan. Jack S. . . Klein, Lisa M, .,.. . Klesaris. George M, Knaiger. Andrew S. , Knight. III Joseph,, F. Koester, Beth I.. , . , Kohr. Janet S. .... . .. .. 8 Diamond S! 04.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 Kostoulakos. James C. .. ,.... . Koustas. Charles J. , Kowalcylr. Diana .., r. Charles F. . , .... . . . 8 Mt Washington St A-4,. Lowell. Ma 0854 9 Dorrence St., Chelmsford. Ma 0824 347 Ashburnham Hill Rd.. Fitchburg. Ma 0420 I6 Glen Ave.. Arlington. Ma 02l74 490 W Water St.. Rockland, Ma 02370 3l Clifford St,. Melrose. Ma 02I76 55 Ellery Rd.. Waltham, Ma 02I54 7l Bellflower Rd.. Billerica, Ma 082I I5 Spaulding St.. Townsend. Ma 0469 .. 8l Templeton Pkwy.. Watertown. Ma D2I72 45 Fairmont Av., Waltham. Ma 02I54 . . . 3l Harwich Rd.. E Longmeadow Ma 0028 5 Sylvan Rd.. Holbrook. Ma 02343 47 Florence Ave.. Norwood. Ma 02652 III Bow St.. Lexington. Mass 02I73 IO Upton Drive.. Tyngsboro. Ma 0878 . 9 Dennison Road.. W Chelmsford. Ma 0863 4 Berkshire Ave., Sharon. Ma 0267 945 Riverside Dr.. Methuen. Ma 084-4 I44 Laurel St.. Concord. Mass 0742 I5 Sayles St.. Lowell, Ma 085l 25l Central St.. Lowell, Ma 0852 58 Raleigh Dr.. Nashua. NH 03650 Knzak. Paula K. . ..., IS6 mpale St.. Bellingham. Ma 0209 Krikorian. Martin W, . . . . II Prancing Rd.. Chelmsford, Ma 0824 Krupa. Edward A. . . . .... 34 Sampson St.. Chicopee, Ma 0020 Kulikowslii. Leonard P. . . . . ll Bayberry Rd,. Westford. Ma 0886 Kulis. William M. . .. ....... I32 Varnum Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 Kupehunas. Thomas R. Kurs, Luis ...... . . 76 Marston Street.. Tewksbury. Mass 0876 Kuszek. Robert A. . . ..... . . 2lI Haverhill St.. Dracut. Ma 0826 Labarba. Frank P. , , Labrecque. Kathy A. Lahrle. Gall M. .. . Lahroad, John W. Lacey. Francis P. laflamme. Richard J. Laforge. Stephen P. Lagasse. Doreen 8. Lagos. Alison M. . ,. lallas, Nicholas C, Lamont. Paul R. , lamprey. Diane C. Landrigan, Nancy E. . Iandry. Peggy A. ,. , Landry. Scott R. . Landry. Valerie J. . Lane. Brian M. lane, Maureen I... I64 Merrimac St.. Newburyport. Ma 0950 ,.. , , . SI Leo Ave., Dracut. Ma 0826 , . . . I4 Hillside Rd., Dracut. Ma 0826 24 Hillside Dr.. E. Longmeadow. Ma 0028 I0 Craig Circle.. Westford. Ma 0886 , , . I Janet Road.. Haverhill. Mass 0830 . . . . 9 Indian Lane.. Tyngsboro. Ma 0879 . . , . 43 Dunbar Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0854 ,. 20 Infield Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . , , ,, I27 W Forest St.. Lowell. Ma 085I .. .. 20 Fulton St., Methuen. Ma 203 Pawtucket St Apr 6.. Lowell. Mass . IW Mt Auburn St.. Watertown. Ma . 826 Johnson St.. No Andover. Mass . , . 39 Allen Lane,. Ipswich. Ma . I47 Hlldreth St Apt 48.. Lowell. Ma 595 Mt Elam Rd.. Fitchburg. Mass 0844 0854 02I78 0845 0938 0850 0420 . . 34 Mass Dr., Nashua. NH 0350 La 5 are Er" CP-- -1""5ii f . 555238 sf?g.t':-'fe 1-af" . ,nge 9521 2 "::?'Yl?,'3 Say. all !..Z.QAtQl'5 if' , X Q! 2:,,dl"" .f C X l ,viii seal. X in ,gm g,.,f ,,.... :Fi if u.'..tt .....- s Lane. Scott J. . ... Lane. Suzanne M. ... Langevin. Sharon M. Langille. Elizabeth A. Lanigan. Virginia A. lannon III. John M. Lantagne. Lisa A. . ,. Lapointe. Paul G, . . . Laporte, Lee J. . Laurella. David J. . . Laveccltio. Joyce A. . , Lavigne. Mark R. , .. lavosky. William F, . Lawlor. Kathleen A. lawrenson. Michael D., . . Layne. Jeffrey D. Lazdowski. Mary C. . Lbassi. Benlamin E. ..,. . Leahey. Ellen M. , . , Leary, Colleen A. ..... . Lebedzinski. Karen Lebel, Stephen J. .... . Leboeuf. Stephen E, ..,...,.... . I6 Sheridan Rd.. Wilmington, Ma .. . 2I2 Sheridan St.. Chicopee. Ma 0887 0020 . 32 Florence St.. Fall River. Ma 02720 . , . . . , , 32 Vine Street.. Fitchburg. .Ma . , . , 84 Fetherston Ave., Lowell. Mass . . . l02 Irene St.. Lawrence. .... . . . 24 Bowden St.. Lowell, . , I8 Topping Road.. Andover. ... . . , 32 Jane Rd.. Methuen. . . 735 Hildreth St,. Dracut. , .,,,., 6 Alfred Rd., Saugos. . . ,. II6 Jennings St.. Larence. . ,,.. I27 Kennedy Ct,. Paramus. Ma Ma Ma Ma 0420 0852 Ma 084l 0852 Ma 08l0 0844 0826 096 Ma 084I NJ 07652 ,...,.,., III Exeter St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 .... 77 Harris Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0I8SI 6l Arlington St.. W Medford. Mass 02I56 . . . ..,..... 36 Mill St.. Woburn. Ma 080 ll Wellington Drive.. Hudson. Mass 0749 . . , . . . , 7l Concord. Rd.. Billerica. Mas -l92I 39 Beauchamp St.. Springfield. Ma 0l07 .. I27 Groton Rd,. N Chelmsford. Ma 0I863 37 South Pleasant St., Merrimac, Ma 0860 IO7 Ash St.. Danvers. Mass 0923 Lebourdais. Catherine M. ..,, 27 Connolly Rd.. Billerica. Ma 0866 Lebrun, Steven F. . .. . .. Leelaire. Stephen E. . . .... . . Boston Rd,. Sutton. Ma 0527 Lecourt. Claudia M. .. ,. , . . 22 Chester St,. Lowell, Ma 0I85I Ledoux. Richard K, . . , .. Lefebvre. Mark J. , ..,..., ,. Lefebvre. Maurice M. . . . lelacheur. Daniel F. . Lernerise. Janice M. Lernoine. David R. lenllne. Frank M. Lentz. Kathleen M. Leonard. David J. Lerra. George M. . . Leung. Vu-Fung . levasseur, Roger F. . levesque. Alice M. lewlclie. Anna M. , . lewis. Gerard W. li.Siu W. . Lieari. Mark J, .. . Lidwin. Steven W. llnehan. John J. . . . llnsclteid. Marc A. llpomi. Frances E. . Llppe. Celeste M. . Lltehfleld. Patricla A. Little. Dennis A. . llsotle. Thomas M. Locke. Eileen M. ,. Lombard, Thomas E, Long Jr.. James R. , loosigian. Kevin . Lorenzo. Susan D. lorrain. Christopher M. Lorion, Robert L. . . Losxewsltl. Barbara A. lolz. Mark D. Lounsbury. James R, lovely. John F. Lown, Shirley A. Luke. James H. . Lutz. Robert A. Lyko. Kim M. Lynch, David A. Lynch. Davld T, 56 Causeway St,. Hudson, Mass OI749 ll Wing Terr.. Burlington. Ma 0803 8 Middlesex St.. N Chelmsford. Ma 0863 . . ., SI Fruit St.. Lowell. Mass 0852 . . .... 56 Pine Ave.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 . . . . .. . , . . IG Eleventh St., Lowell, Ma 0850 . , . , . , . , 27 Brooksbie Raod.. Bedford. Ma 0730 5m Fellsview Ter 50483 Stoneham. Ma 02l80 ....,.., . I Brigham St., Nashua. NH 03650 . . . . 25 Sagamore Rd.. Arlington. Ma 02l74 . . .... . . I9C James St., Lowell. Ma 0854 . 725 Nashua Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . , , I River View Pl., Lawrence. Ma 084I .. .. . .. Hazel St.. Uxbridge. Ma 0569 . .. , 224 Remington St.. Lowell, Ma 0852 Ilford Crt 5 Perth St.. Kowloon Hong Kong .. . . . . .. 4 Kendall Rd.. Medford. Mass 02I55 . . 239 Woburn St.. Medford, Mass 02155 . .,.. 34 Chauncey Ave.. Lowell. Ma 085i , , , Box 2257 U of L,. Lowell. Mass 0854 l36 Greenmont Avenue.. Dracut. Mass 0826 ... . . . . 32 Louise Ave.. Nethuen. Ma 084-4 . . , 8l Burroughs Rd.. N Reading. Ma 0864 ,. , , 77 Concord Rd.. Billerica. Ma 082i 76 Ktnsley Street., Nashua NH 03450 ,. ,. . 7 Campbell Rd.. Billerica Ma 082l . 457 Pleasant St A-52., Melrose, Ma 02I76 , . 86 Gorham Ave.. Bryantville. Mass 02327 . 284 Branch St.. Lowell. Ma 085I . , 48 Forest St., Lowell. Ma 085i , 3 Tadmuck Rd,. Chelmsford. Mass . , 4l0 Park St.. No Reading. Ma 0824 0864 , 77 Stearns Ave.. Lawrence. Mass 084I 23 Grace Circle.. Marlborough. Ma 0752 . 58 Green St.. Danvers. Ma 0923 487 Kingsbury Ave.. Haverhill. Mass 0830 . 3I8 Nesmlth St Apt 7.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . 223 Franklin St.. Quincy. Mass O2I69 20 Sunny Ave.. Methuen. Ma 0844 36 Faith Ave.. Dracut. Mass 0826 9 E Street.. Reading. Mass 0867 23 Truman Rd.. W Peabody. Mass 0960 " 18 Lynch. Joseph P. . ,... 6 James St., Somerville. Ma 02I45 Lynch. Maureen , . ,,,... 7 Kent St., Lawrence. Ma 0843 Lynch. Patricia M. . . . Leominster Rd.. E Princeton, Mass 05l7 Lynch. Robert A. . . . .,... 25 Minot Ave., Haverhill. Ma 0830 Lyons. Christine P. .., ,. ill Sugar Hill Cir., Methuen, Ma 0844 Macarthur. Sharon L. . ,.....,. 8l Upham St.. Lowell. Ma 085l Maccartney. Bruce R. ....... I6 Patriot Lane.. Westford. Ma 0886 MacDonald, Edward C. .. , .. KI Honora Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 MacDonald, lawrence J. . , 22 Kenneth Terr.. Stoneham. Ma 02I80 MacDonald, Mary E. ,.,. 235 Littleton Rd., Westford. Ma 0886 MacDonald. Stephen J. ,,.....,. . 3 Carolyn St.. Lowell, Ma 0854 Mackenzie. Darlene M. ..,..., 75 Sixth Ave., Haverhill, Ma 0830 Macphail, Stephen D. Macphee. Craig W. ,... . Macricosta. Sandra A. . 90 Locke Rd.. Chelmsford. Mass . . .. I22 West St.. Paxton. .,...... 60 Ash St., Marlboro. 0824 06l2 Ma Ma 0752 . .. 59 Pleasant St., Wakefield. Ma 0880 Magoon Jr.. Ralph H. . 37 Nanepashemet St.. Marblehead. Mass 0945 Maffa. Kathleen A. . . Mahoney. Michael F. ...,.... , Mahoney, Paul J. Mahoney. Tanya Maider, Jeffrey P. .. Makus, Peter M, . . Malerbi. Robert P. Malliaros. Joy ,.... Maloney, Nancy E. . . Maltese. Janis M. Mandile, Michael J. . . Mansur. Karen M. Manzi. Mark .... Manzo. Michael P. Marand, Naimeh H. ,... Marchand. LuAnne M, Marini. Paul M. . . Marquis. Albert G. . . Marquis. Maurice Marr. Michael R. . . Mana Angelo M. . . Marsella. Susan M. .. Marsh. Allan L, . Marsh. Gary L. . . . B. 5 Joyce St., Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . I4 Gaywood Circle.. Methuen. Ma 0844 . . . . ,. Ill Harvard Rd., Littleton, Ma 0460 , . . . 2 Overlock Dr., Northboro, Ma 0532 ., . . . . 6 Elm Street., Methuen. Ma 0844 . . . . 29 Intervale Rd.. Sudbury, Ma 0776 . . . .. 82 View St., Dracut. Mass I2 Laredo Dr., Chelmsford, Ma . . 85 Woodlawn St.. Everett. Mass .... ,, 65 Maple St.. Acton. Ma 4 Thornton Lane., Chelmsford, Ma 48 Olive St.. Methuen, Mass 0826 0824 02l49 0720 0824 0844 McGrath, Michael S. . . . McGrath. Richard S. . , McGrath. Jr. Robert D. . . Ill Clark St.. Worcester. Mass . . . 90 Harrison Ave.. Woburn. Mass 0666 080 ll Stoughton, St.. Stroughton. Ma 02072 McGrattan. Brian J. . . ,,,.,,. 3I Summer Rd.. Salem. Mass 0970 McGreevy, Michael J. .... 6 Tobin Ave., N Chelmsford. Ma 0863 McGuire. John M. . . . . , 48 Turnpike St.. No Andover, Ma 0845 McHugh, Brian J. . . ...,.,., 20 Merrill Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0850 Mclntosh, John M, ...... . . 43 Gorham St.. Lawrence, Ma 0843 Mckenney, Sheila M. ..,.. . 50 Charles Street.. Dracut. Ma 0826 Mclieman. John P. . . . . IO9 Exeter St.. Lawrence, Ma 0843 McKinley, James R. .,.,..,..., I0 Brand St., Arlington, Ma 02I74 McLarney. Richard E. . . . 29 Overlook Dr.. Chelmsford. Ma 0l824 McLaughlin. Ann M. . .,.,. PO Box 435.. East Dennis. Ma 0264i McLaughlin. Denis J, ...... 307 Webster St.. Needham. Ma 02I94 McLaughlin, Kathleen M. . . I78 Saratoga St.. Lawrence. Mass 084I McLaughlin. Michael A. ...... 407 S Main St.. Andover. Ma 08l0 McMahon, Kelly D. . . . . . .,... 27 Sunset Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 M:Maniman, Richard B. . 48 Adams St.. No Chelmsford. Ma 0863 McNamara, Edward I .,..., 47 Arakelian Dr., Billerica. Mass 082i McNamara, John J. . . . . . . 20 Courtland St., Lowell. Mass 0854 McNamara. Philip C. ..,.,.. I05 North St., Tewksbury. Ma 0876 McNeil. Richard P. ,..... 238 W Meadow Rd.. Lowell. Mass 0854 McQuade. Kathleen A. .,......,. I73 Clark Rd.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Mcwhirter. Stephen J. . . , 26 Barnard Ave., Watertown. Ma U2I72 Meehan, Mary M. ..,. . .... 22 London St.. Lowell. Mass 0852 Meier, Elizabeth A. . . . ....... I0 Marie Dr.. Andover. Mass 08lO Melanson, Kristin . ..... 69 Middlebury St.. Lawrence. Ma 084I Melendez, Manuel A. ....,... I45 PO Sq A-2l04.. Lowell. Ma 0853 Melvin. Corey A. . . ...... 5 Patricia Rd., Danvers, Ma 0923 Menzies. Peter J. . ...,.,. PO Box 322., N Billerica, Ma 0862 Mercier, Roberta M. ..., 2 Merilda Ave.. N Chelmsford. Ma 0863 Meredith, Helen D. ..,. .,... I 45 P O Sq B-80.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Merritt, Norma J. . 22 Washington Ave Ext.. Hyannis. Mass 0260 Metiviet. lisa M. , Michaelidou. Lena Z. ., Michaels, Anastasia . . . Michaud. James F. ,... Miele. Christopher J, . . . . . . , 6 Charme Rd.. Billerica, Ma , , . Prodrumou St No I3.. Strov Nic C 23 JuneSt..Lowell.Ma . , , . , . . ,. 6 Conlon Terr., Lowell. Ma 082I yprus 0850 0854 I3 Bulrush Farm Rd.. No Scituate, Ma 023 Milgrom. Mary ..,...... IO4 Englewood Ave.. Brighton, Ma 0l07 Miller, Craig L. .... . . . I4 Stanford. Pl .. Montclair. NJ 07042 Miller, David W. . . . .... 35 Colrain Rd., Topsfield, Ma 0983 Miller. Donald E. . ,. ... 49 Pine St.. W Peabody, Ma 0960 Miller. Douglas A. . . .... 34 Congress St.. Milford, Ma 0757 Minnahan. John G. . . . , . I2 Pheasant Lane.. Woburn. Ma 080 Miranda. Marina-Eltz . , , ,.... 76 Tenny St., Methuen. Ma 0844 Miskell. Robert L. ...... . 38 Groton Rd., N. Chelsford. Ma 0l863 Mogren, Scott S. .... ....... . 8 Gould St.. Millbury. Ma 0527 35 Parramatta Rd.. Beverly, Ma 09l5 I45 P O Sq A-AIQIO.. Lowell. Ma 0852 . . . . . . JI Horton St.. Salem, Ma 0970 233 Union.. E Bridgewater. Ma 02333 . . . 58l Hildreth St., Dracut. Ma 0826 .. . . . , 70 Ludlam St.. Lowell, Ma 0850 Box4l..Harvard.Ma045l . . . , I5 Harvard St.. Charlestown. Ma 02I29 . . ISO North St.. Methuen. Mass 0844 .f. 44 Hemlock Dr.. Medway, Ma 0:1053 .... -is Warfield Ava.. Hui. Mass onois Martelli. Robert J. . . ....,.... I7 Broad St., Danvers, Ma 0923 Martin. Joseph A. . . . . . 253 Eastern Ave., Gloucester, Ma 0930 Martin. Kenneth A. . . ....... 87 Sprague St.. Dedham. Ma 02026 Martin. Kevin F. . . ,,.. 3 Allen Rd Ext., Tewksbury. Ma 0876 Manin. Nancy P. . . . .,.,.. 57 Milk St.. Methuen, Ma 0844 Martin. Valerie M. . . ......., 29 Robert St., Dracut. Ma 0826 Marlin. Vicki A. . . . . 403 Vernon St,, Wakefield. Ma 0880 Mason. Robert C. . . , ...,. FO Box 243.. Charlton, Ma 0507 Mason. Robert F. . ..... 26 Washington St.. Lynn, Ma 0905 Matar. Tony E. , . . .... Box I0 N U Of L., Lowell. Ma 0854 Maurice, John A, . . . ..... 672 Main St.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 Mavroides. John W. . . . ...,... 9 Poplar St., Ipswich, Ma 0938 Mazzola, James E, . . ..... PO Box 432.. Westboro. Ma 058I Mazzone. Francis P, , ,.,,.... I8 Howe Lane.. Millbury. Ma 0527 Mbugua. Bernard H., ,,,..... l88 French Ext A.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Mcaloon, Mary E. ..... 790 Osgood St.. North Andover, Ma 0845 Mralpine. Brian M. ..,..,... 64 Vail Rd.. Poughkeepsie. NV D603 Mcanespie, A. Kimberly.. ...,, 6 Middle Street.. Dracut. Ma 0826 Mcauliffe. Daniel F. . . . 478 Moody St 3rd FI Re.. Lowell. Ma 0852 Mccaffrey. Michael J. .,..... I Hamilton Rd.. Northboro. Ma 0532 McCall. Kathleen M .... 52 Trull Lane West.. lowell. Mass 0852 M:Card. Robert F. .,.,,.. 6 lantern Lane.. Lynnfield. Mass 0940 McCarthy. Elizabeth L. ,.... II Gassett Road.. Westford. Ma 0886 McCarthy. Ellen M. ,.,., 468 Hampshire St., Lawrence Mass 084l McCarthy. Karen M. ...... l50 Parker Rd., Wakefield, Mass 0880 McCarthy. Karin M. . . 7 Ridgewood. Rd., Chelmsford. Mass 0863 McCarthy. Thomas J. ..........,.. I79 Old Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 McCloskey. Robert M. , . . . 203 Congress Sr.. Milford. Mass 0757 McCord. Kathleen E. . . ....,.,. I2I Jewett St., Lowell. Ma 0850 McCormack, Karen L. ..., I2 Rainbow Ave.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 McCoy. Michael V. .,.., 3l Kenwood Ave.. Wilmington. Ma 0887 McDonough, Sally A. ,.,.... I9 Kendall St.. Winchester. Ma 0803 McDonough. Walter G. ....,.. 34 Arthur Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 Mcllhiney. Elizabeth A. McGee. Thomas M. McGonigle. Kathleen McGowan. Margaret J. . . . . A . . , 8 Sunnyside Rd., Woburn. Mass 080 ,. 9 Pine Rd., Lynn. Mass 0905 22 Fletcher Rd., Woburn. Ma 080 82 Coronation Dr., Dedham, Ma 02026 Nadeau. Marc L. . . , Naglieri, Ann M, . . Nangle. Kathleen A. , . . Napierkowski. Gordon 50 Phineas St., ...,.. Dracut. Mass 0826 . ,..... 9 Nason Rd.. Sagugus, Ma 096 . . , . . 76 Douglas Rd,. Lowell, Ma 0852 334 Lakewood Dr., Stoughton, Mass 02072 Nappi, Maria G. ..........,. 756 Westford, St.. Lowell, Ma 085i Nastasia, Michael J. . I8 Stedman St., Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Naylor. James E. . . . 49 Railroad St., Methuen. Mass 0844 Nazuro, Thomas F. . . ,.... 2I4 Salford St.. Quincy. Ma 02I70 Ndi. Kingsley 8. . , I45 P O Sq B220., Lowell, Ma 0853 Nelson. Sandra J. . . , 7I Andover Rd,. Billerica. Ma 082I Nerncik, Tina .. , ,.,. . 8 Kennedy Rd.. Woburn. Mass 080 Notneskal. Mark C, ...... 29 Eastman St., Dorchester. Ma 02l24 Neveux, Richard A, , . . . .,.. 76 Stevens St.. Lowell, Ma 085i Nguyen, Duong H. ,..,.,. 590A French St Ext.. Lowell. Ma 0854 Nguyen, Son H. .,.. ,...,. 7 Hampshire Place.. Lowell, Ma 0850 Nguyen. . . Tinhtan V. . , . I40 Aiken St A-D., Lowell. Ma 0854 Niedzinski. Mary K. . . . I57 Parker St.. Wakefield. Mass 0880 Nocivelli. Gwendolyn L. . . 3 Thornton, Ln.. Chelmsford, Ma 0824 Noga. Thomas J, . . ,.,..., . . 64 Rzasa Dr.. Chicopee. Ma 003 Norinkavich, Kathryn M. . . 2l Annabel St.. Dorchester. Ma 02I24 Norman. Steven R., , . , . .,., 3 Ferrne Dr,, Billerica, Ma 082I Normandin, Marc G. 8 Moonbeam Ave.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Norton, Stephen E. . . . . , I8 Belmont St., Reading. Ma 0867 Nosek. Michael T. . , . . , 455 Harvard Rd., Lancaster, Ma 0523 Notini, Rosanne E. . , . . IGS Mammoth Road., Dracut. Ma 0826 Nunes. David J. . . Nuner. Margaret M. Nuyujukian. Ara S. . , , . Nwana. Rudolph G. . , , . . . . Il Fremont St.. Taunton. Mass 02790 . . I54 Coburn St.. Lowell. Ma 0850 ......... 4 Salem St.. Salem. NH 02070 I45 P O SO B-220.. Lowell. Ma 0853 O Connor. James M. ......,. 48 Amherst St,, Lawrence, Ma 0843 Moloney. Eileen J. . ..., 52 Carlisle St., E Chelmsford. Ma 0824 O DMIMIII Jnhn I ,A-- v v v I57 Agawam SL' IBWEIII Ma 0852 Moniz, James M. ....,.,.,. 36 Bristol St.. Cambridge. Mass 02I4I 0 NQIIII Chrismpher H I H 55 Em SIA' Wesnmd, Ma 41535 Monnier. Elaine K. . 23l Old Westford. Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 onlin' EIIHIRIII M' -I I 75 Hoy! Ave., IOWEIII Ma msn Monte. Michael S. , . . 28 Friendship St,, Fall River. Mass 02724 osriml smphen GA -v" -"'v' 3 Avena SIU AI,IIngIan, Ma OQI74 MNH' Wi"ii"' '-A '-'-' -- 94 Cam' D'-- F'a"'i"8hi"'- Mi 070' ocarrrran Jr., Robert M. . ,. I45 Hopedale sr.. Hopedale. Ma on-11 MWMY- ,Barbara A- "'-'-'4-'AA'- I 75 A""'-- Af'if-sm Mi CD74 OConnor. John F. .,.... ......,. 2 5 Webb st.. Salem. Ma 01910 Mwf' Wee" M' A-A---4--, 'O' W"'0' SL' W """""Y- Mi mm ocarrrtar, Lorraine J. ......, s Rangeway nd.. america. Ma cies: Moorhead. Deborah S. . . 490 Forest Acres Dr.. Bradford. Mass 0830 ocomwrl MICIREI III I I A is I-Imewood Aw.. BIIIUICEI Mass can 'V'f"S"'- DU"e'd W- '---- - '3 "'lf""'Y L"r' 9""l"9""'- Miss 9905 ooarmaii. Laura M. . . ...,... 74 Home sr.. Maman. Mass cms Moriarty. John M. ......., I5 Sherman St.. Lexington, Mass O2l73 odfkel WIIIIMI C- I -,-Av---'-'v- I5 Grove SLI Ayer' Ma 0431 Morris.nf John W. ..., I6 Mt Pleasant St.. N Billerica. Ma 0I862 onnmel Susan M- -'--v I7 Chapman AVA. wIImInsIonI Ma 0387 Morris. Thomas J. . . . , I2 Saybrook Rd., Framingham. Ma 070 okehl Ek: I v---- H I45 P 0 sq API ww., I-owen. Ma 0851 Morris. Wayne A. . . ,.,.... I6 Gail St.. Chelmsford. Mass 0824 OIIIIIIQIHI Edwm G. v.vv- 139 I,IIghaInd SLI Lunenburg. Mas, 0462 Maniwn' Mark J' "" """' 7 I Federal SL' Readms' Ma GBG7 Omeara. Thomas A. . . . I8 Royal Crest Dr.. No Andover. Ma 0845 Morrison. Sharon E. . . I7 New Fletcher St,, Chelmsford. Ma 0824 ONAII Edward In lvydvv I A I9 Main SL Parka Maman, Mas, I-HMB Morse. Kenneth L. . ..,,,.,.. 9 Hemlock St.. Hudson, NH 0305i oNeIII Maura A4 I I I "I4',"-,A I30 Starr AVE-I LoweIII Ma 3351 Move- Mebheni '-'-'-" '45 PU 58 A"5'0-1 Luweu' Ma 5353 omit. Patricia A. . 9 Whncarrrb Terrace.. s Weymouth. Ma 02l90 Mrozowski. Susan L. ..,..,..., 77 Dinsmore St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 ONQIII Randy 74 IIUIIAIIIIII 42 5aIem SI., Lawrence' Ma GMI Mucci. David J. . , RFD 2 B-I2G Old Cambrd.. Lincoln, Ma 0773 ONZIII slevzn D. IIIIIII 5 Hamerick Road.. Peabody- Mass 0960 Muise, Kevin L. .,....,,... 20 Alderhrook Rd., Andover. Ma 08I0 omnun' Deborah 5' IIYIIYAII 33 Barrow, Rd., Reading' Ma 0557 Muldoon, David M. ............ 56 Bishop St., Lowell. Mass 0852 oregan' Anne M' ,-'vv4II I4 Damink DI,-I Chdmsfmdl Ma 0314 Mullen. Brian F. ............ 4 Joyce St., Chelmsford, Ma 0824 ommke' James M' '.v,-..'-v 95 Nnnh SIN N Reading' Mi 0854 Mullu' -lame' W' 773 Bama' Ave" I-owen' Ma 0850 Oriolano. Mary C. . , . 49 Kensington Dr.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 Melee' Sum -r---------'-" 30 ASNE 5'-- Te""'b"'Y' MH M76 Osborne. Robert c. ..,...... mos Main sr.. E Harrrpraa. NY nest M""'Y- 5'2Phf" F- -r--- -H 40 Bums Rd-f Ma"b0"'- Mas' 0753 ofrirg. Michael H. ,...... is suntan Circle.. Marlboro, Mass ons: Mvlvfhillr Nafw' Tr rr'-r"-r 37 Sllvff 5'-' N0"'Wd- Ma 07053 om.. Freeda ...... ...... i 54 Lowell sr., Lynnfleld. Mass emo Munger, Steven J. . . . . . . 82 Highland St.. Amesbury, Ma 09l3 OWIIIVHI Mary E. AIIIIIIII 35 Lmhmp Road.. Reading' Ma 5357 Mum. Mmhsw I - -r 75 5e"dY Fwd had-r AW" Mi 0433 Ouellette. Kenneth W. . I4 Hawthorne Ave.. Westford. Mas! oisse M"'d'3'k' Jewry A' s"' B8 oakland Ave" Melhuen' Mas' 0844 Ouellette, Lawrence N. ..,... I8 Varnum Terr.. Lowell. Mass 0854 Murphy. Charles M. ....,... 40 Stromquist Ave.. Lowell, Ma 0852 owen' MEIQIIY A. IIIY VIIII 5 9 HOIIIS SI-I Gramm Ma 0459 Murphy. Daniel .... . . . 35 Bradley Rd., Arlington. Mass 02I74 Murphy. Jeanine T. . . .... 9 Upland Ave.. Bradford. Ma 0830 Murphy. Margaret . . . ...., 475 Park St.. No Reading. Ma 0864 Murphy. Tracy L. . . . . . 38 Bellingham Rd.. Worcester. Ma 06C5 Munay, Thomas J. . . .,....., I0 Prospect St.. Billerica, Ma 0862 Murray. William J. ..,.. 88 Fetherston Ave., Lowell. Mass 0852 Nadeau. Denise M. . . .... 77 Andover. Rd., Billerica, Ma 082I Pacheco, John M. . 4I8 Old Sommerset Ave,. N. Dighton.Mass. 02764 Page. David W. . Palma. Gerard A. . . Palmborg. Paul R. . . Panos. James A. . . Parker, David P. . ., Parker. Joel I. . . Parker. Joseph A. . . Parker. Paul D. . Parks. Jeffrey V. Parks. Wesley R. . Paterson. William S. Payette. Helen I. . Peabody. Laurie M. Peabody. Michael E. Pearsall, Paul P. , . Peckham. John F. , Pellerin, Raymond J. Pendleton. Andrew L Penna. Susan A. .. Pennington. Arthur S. , . Pepin. Aurelie M. . Pereira. Lumania M. Perrault. Charles F. Perrone, Judith E. . Perry, James R. .. . . Perry, Richard T. . Peters. Jeanne M. Peterson. James M. Peterson, Johanna M . Pelralia, Richard A. Pelmuiello. Marilyn Philbroolm Thomas C. Phillips. Janet L. ... Picard Jr., Eugene O. Picciotto, Sara J. . . Picciuto, John M. . Pichler, Frank J. .. Piekarsli Jr. William Pierce. Christopher Pilla. Wayne A, ..., . ,. Pinder, James B. . . . . Pisliadlo, Robert W. Pitta. Edward J. .. . Pittman. John E. . Plante. Paula M. . . Plummer. Charles M. Podnla. Gerard P. Pointon. Alfred C. Poor Jr. William G. Popeo. James G. . , Parhemat.Cyrous . . Potter. Karen A. . . , .f 1 809 Main St.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 . . 50 Deering Dr.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 , . , 9 Fleetwood Dr.. Norfolk. Ma 02255 . . 95 Florence Rd.. Lowell. Ma 085i . . 3 Norwood Ave.. Ayer. Ma 0432 . , 29 Lake St.. Haverhill, Ma 0830 ., SV. Baldwin St., Haverhill. Ma 0830 , . 26 Second St.. Hudson. NH 0305i l85I Middlesex St a304.. Lowell. I86l Middlesex St A304.. Lowell. .. .. 48 Abbot St.. Andover. Ma 085l Ma 085i Ma 08I0 I24 East Meadow Rd.. Lowell. Ma 0854 Douglas Ave.. Salisbury, Ma 0950 . 8 Richardson Rd., Hudson, Mass 0749 ,. , K5 Sayles St.. Lowell. Ma 085i 32 Common St.. Weymouth. Ma 02l88 263 Bailey St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 , I Janice Rd.. Billerica. Ma 082l .. . 68 Hazen St., Springfield. Ma 0ll9 . I8 Old Stow Road.. Hudson. Ma 0749 . , l36 Colburn Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0826 . 249 Beech St.. Fitchburg. Mass 0420 . IIO5 Essex St., Lawrence Mass 084l . , . 73 Leonard Ave.. Bradford. Ma 0830 ..,. .. , 80 High St.. Norwell, Ma 0261 ,. . .. . . , 97 l9th St.. Lowell, Ma 0850 , I5 Manfield Dr.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 . , 57 Swain Rd.. Wilmington. Ma 0887 ,. 9l Ennis Rd., N Oxford. Ma 0537 . 220 Ferry St.. Lawrence. MsPa 084i , . 35 Nineteenth St.. Lowell. Ma 0850 . RFD 2.. Goffstown. NH 03045 , . 5 Wilson St., Winchester. 39 Main St.. Chelmsford. . ,. I0 Yale Ave., Saugus. .. , ., . l9Freddy Rd.. Billerica. . , 6 Lantern Lane., Burlington. F. .,., , 258 Varnum Ave.. Lowell. 59 Glen Drive.. W Peabody. M I35 Wildwood St.. Wilmington. . 23 Chippewa Rd.. Westfofd. Ma 0890 Ma 0824 Ma 096 Ma 082l Ma 0803 Ma 0852 ass 0960 Ma 0887 Ma 0886 . , ,. , 24 Fox Hill Rd.. Andover. Mass 08l80 . 259 Lakeview Ave.. Lowell. . 7 Dunham Rd.. Framingham. Ma 0850 Ma 070 .. . , 23 Main Street.. Plaistow. NH 03864 5 Brentwood Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 I4 Bradford. St.. Derry NH 03038 , , . , . , ll West St.. Pepperell. . 64 Sheffield. Rd Portsmouth. , . , 4 Crest Rd., Swampscott. . I45 P O Sq Apt 205A.. Lowell. 62 School St Apt 202.. Dracut. Ma 0463 NH 0380 Ma 0907 Ma 0852 Ma 0826 Potter, Steven W. Pottle. Reba J. Povlovski. Karen Powell. Sharon E. Powers, Cynthia A. Powers. Edmund E. Prevete. Carolyn Prince. David B. Prouty. Deane L. Puddesler. Dennis P. Pudvelis. Brenda J. Pugh. Joyce A. Puracchio, Robert L. . . ,. IB4 High St.. Blllertca. Ma 0862 22 Hickory Ln, No Reading. Mass 0864 IO4 Blalsdell St., Haverhill. Mass 0830 . , 23 Beresford St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 . 48 Plesam St.. Charlestown. Ma 02l29 . 33 Eastern Ave., Arlington, Mass 02I74 5 Holton St.. Lawrence. Ma 084l , 60 Harvard St.. Newtonville. Ma 02I50 9 Idlewood Dr.. So Yarmouth. Ma 02664 KDWalrham St Apt 6.. Watertown, Ma 02I72 35 Sylvan Ave., Chelmsford, Mass 0824 . . 46 Kent Dr., Hudson, Ma 0749 . .. 52 Plain St., Franklin. Mass 02038 Ouadri, Micheael A. 60 Foster St., Acton. Ma 0720 Quill. Nancy J. . .. .. I7 Sunset Dr.. Raynham, Ma 02767 Quinn. Michael J, ..... . . 5 Brooks St.. Medford. Ma O2l55 Quinn. Patricia M. 3I Letchworth Ave.. No Billerica. Ma 0862 Rabs. Michael F, , 32 Georgene Rd.. Brockton, Ma 02402 Raichel, Diane M. l42 Beech Sl.. Lowell. Ma 0850 Ramey. Donna M. Ramey. Roger R. Ramey. Sharon R. Ramsey, John R. Rancourt. James D. Randall. Bruce A. Rania. Sandra E. Ranlrins. Philip W. Rauseo. John P. Rawnsley. Marla J. Ray, John F. . Reale, Germaine V. Reardon. Donna M. Reardon, Mary 1. Reese. Ricky T. Reese Jr., Earl Regan. Kathleen Regan. Paul S. . Reid. David A. Reilly. Kevin F. Reilly Jr. John P. Reinhold. Lee G. Reinold, Keith C. Reis. John M. Relias. Anne Relihan, Jane M. Rewinslii. William Rryrralar. Robert H. Richard. Gary E. Richards. Karen l. Richardson. Janet E. Ririrarararr. Mary E. Riehl. Linda B. Riley. Elizabeth A. Riley. Lisa M. Rillingx Jr. Kenneth W. Ring. Thomas F. Ringersen. David S. Ringwood. Susan M. Roalie. Carolyn J. Roberts. Margaret Robinson, Cynthia A. Roche. Christine D. Rogers. James A. Rogers. Kevin J. Rogers. Linda F. Romagnoli. David M. Roman. Daniel C. Romano, Anthony Romanowski. Karen E. Rondeau Jr. Victor R, Rood. Peter S. . 82 Genesee St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 l87 Mt Vernon St.. S Lawrence, Mass 0843 50 Hildreth St A-5., Lowell. Ma 0840 3l7 Euclid Ave., Lynn, Ma 0904 . I2 Pontiac Rd., Peabody. Ma 0960 27 High St., Merrimac, Ma 0860 Pollard St Parlmt Pk6I.. N. Blllerlca. Ma 0862 I6 Grove St.. Westford. Ma 0886 2l Mt Vernon Pk. Malden. Ma 02I48 l Pilgrim Road., Chelmsford, Ma 0824 750 Beechmont St.. Hyde Park. Ma 02I36 23 Monument Hill. Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0824 54 South Kimball., Haverhill, Ma 0830 , . U Sprague Ave., Lowell, Ma 0852 l34 Chancery St.. N Bedford. Ma 02740 Fredonia.. sr.. shrrley. Ma 064 22 Churchill Rd.. Winchester. Mass 0890 379 Pleasant St., Dracut, Ma 0826 53 Topsfield Rd.. Wenham. Ma 0984 38 Florence Ave.. Lowell, Ma 085i 4 Stearns St., Cambridge. Ma O2I38 22 Mt Vernon St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 29 Evergreen Rd., Stoneham. Ma 02l80 37 Claremon St., Somerville. Ma 02l44 I2 Brentwood Rd.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 8 Plymouth Rd., Wakefield. Ma 0880 3I9 Morris St.. Southbridge. Ma 0550 3l Hoyt Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0852 262 Oak Hill Rd.. Fitchburg. Ma 0420 I4 Gardner Rd.. Baldwlnvllle. Ma 0436 , , I7 Fairfax St.. Lowell, Ma 085i 333 Methuen Rd., Dracut, Ma 0826 EI Salem St.. Andover. Ma 08l0 93 Hemlock St.. Arlington. Ma 02l74 50 Old Billerlca.. Bedford. Ma 0730 . Baptist Corner Rd.. Ashfield. Ma 0330 86 Eunice Cir., Wakefield, Mass 0880 3 Cliff Rd., Chelmsford. Mia 0824 95 Dunstable Rd.. No Chelmsford, Ma 0863 255 Olde Concord Rd.. Eillerica. Ma 082l I3 Amherst Rd., Beverly. Ma 09l5 272 Old Marsh Hill Rd.. Dracut. Ma 0826 , 32 Bridge St.. Billerica. Mass 0B2I 46 Nimrod Drive., Concord, Mass 0742 I5 Lexington St.. Burlington, Ma 0803 55 Huntington St., Lowell. Ma 0852 . , I6 Fowler St.. Danvers. Mass 0923 29 Caroline Dr.. Bellingham. Mass 0209 52 Bainbridge St.. Malden, Ma 02l48 I2Il Hrldreth St.. Dracur. Mass 0826 386 Fletcher St., Lowell. Ma 085i 75 Sandy Pond 830.. Ayer. Ma 0432 .vw -,av and lgx Root. Julle A. . Rose, John M, Rose lll. Thomas F. Rossi. Stephen P. Rouleau. Denise C. Rourke, Nancy 8. . Rousxeau, Marianne Rouuel, Paul S. Rouno. Patrice Rowe. Thomas A. Roy. Daniel G. Roy. Patricia L. ., Roy. Steven R. . Rufiange. Mary 8. Ruttell. David B. Ryley. Elizabeth J. Saab. Mark A. Sabert, Mehrdad . Sadoway. John R. Salerno. Joseph V. VL. Samardelis. James C. Sampas. Sherry E. Sanborn. David C. Sanderson, James R. Sandgren, Laurie B. Sandifer, Gregory J. Santin. Linda A. Santos. D. Scott Sanz. Michael L. . Sargent. Martha T. Savage. Joan K. Savary, David G. . Sayer. Mariann Sayers, Robert F. Scarpone. Robert A. , 23 George St., Littleton, Ma 0460 I9 Vernon St.. Woburn. Ma 080 780 Williams St.. N Dighton. Ma 01764 I4 Greenvtew Rd.. Stoneham, Ma 01180 79 Hope St.. Fitchburg. Ma 0410 S Elm St.. Tyngsboro. Ma 0879 l35 White St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 , l56 Wheeler Rd.. Hollis. NH 03049 , 279 Pawtucket St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 8 Fernview Ave., N Andover. Ma 0845 . I15 Walpole St.. Norwood. Ma 01M1 . . 87 Stetson St.. Braintree. Ma 01I84 51 Sweet Grass Ln.. Holliston, Mass 0740 453 Gorham Street.. Lowell. Mass 0851 , . 7 Skyfields Dr.. Groton, Ma 0450 I15 Newton St.. Lawrence, Mass 0843 86 Elm St.. Andover. Ma 08l0 . .. 574fC French St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 I Weeks Rd.. Danvers. Ma 0913 I1 Cameron St.. Worcester. Mass 0604 I4 Chadwick Rd., Haverhill. Ma 0830 , . 33l Wilder St.. Lowell. Ma 085i . 68 Mount Hope St.. Lowell, Ma 0854 . Maple St.. Hinsdale. Ma 0135 . 8 Longbow Rd.. Stoneham. Mass 01l80 . 33 Wannalancit St.. Lowell. Ma 0854 .. I1 Belgian Road.. Danvers. Mass 0913 14 Enfield Dr.. Andover. Mass 08l0 . IG Regina Dr.. Chelmsford. Ma 0814 I9 State St.. Chelmsford. Mass 0814 9 Tower Street.. Framingham, Ma 070 . . I81 Ioe Ave.. Dracut. Ma 0816 . I17 Fort Hill Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0851 5l Grandview Rd.. Chelmslord. Mass 0814 . , I2 Penny Rd.. Woburn. Ma 080 Scavone.nf Timothy A. IO4 Fawn Lane., Nashua NH 03060 Schadlick. Nancy E. I7 Salem St., Salem NH 03079 Schadlick, Pauline M, 38 Ltndel St.. Haverhill, Ma 0830 Schmidt, William G. . 89 Upham St.. Melrose. Mass 013l75 Schmitt, Deborah L. . . 31 Soden St.. Cambridge. Mass 01l39 Schott. Steven J, . . . . 148 Oak St.. Ashland. Ma 071i Schull, Douglas A. 43 Concord Road.. Billerica. Ma 081l Schwarzenberg. Carol R. . . 59 Ames St.. Methuen. Mass 0844 Sciuto. Richard P. Scott. Robert 8. . Sczylvian. William A. Secovich. Sharon J. Senk. Paul C. Sewell. Robin L. Sexton. Daniel J. Shaheen Jr. John shainoup. victoria x. Shams, Abdollah Sharp. Catherine A. Sharpe. Joseph G. Shaw, John M. . Shea. Timothy R. Sherman. Randy M. Shrigley. Robert T, Shugrue. Dorothy C. Shumway, David F. Simon. Nuno O. Simpson. Geneive Sinamark. Edwin F. Siopes. Susan L. Siroil. David R. Sita' Jr.. Michael W. Slobodnik, Natalie E Smaldone, Kenneth Smith. Charlene Smith, Gary T. Smith, Manuel R, Smith. Peter l, , Smith. Steven A. Smith. Tracey L. Solimine. Scot D. Sorbi. Steven A. Sotakot. Donna J. Soucy. Annette M. Sousa. Roselyn . Southworth, Raymon Souza. David J. Spagnolo. Donald Spann. David C, Spanos. Philip Spinney. Keith B, Squires, Brian A. St Cyr. Janet R. St. Pierre. Bruce T. Stack. Marjorie A. Stairs. Debra D. . Stankiewiu. Lisa A, Statkut. Michael D. stun.. Kimberly A. . Stephens, Mark A. Stern. Nancy L. Steven. Catherine M. Stevens. Todd A. . Stiskney. Forrest R. Slirwalt. Robert L. .. Stahl. Charles . . , Stone. Samuel B. . . Stralitz. Marcia L, 57 Olive St.. Methuen. Mass 0844 Il Pine Ridge Rd.. Topsfield. Mass 09l83 I1 Pershing St.. Westford. Ma 0886 35 E. Prescott St.. Westorford. Ma 0886 13 Lynnhrook Rd.. Lynnfield. Mass 0940 46 Russell St.. Littletown. Ma 0460 S85 Forest St.. Methuen. Ma 0844 I Princeton Dr.. N. Chelmsford. Ma 0863 I0 Dinsmore St.. Lowell. Ma 0851 155 Moody St C., Lowell, Ma 0854 3l7 Groveland St.. Haverhill. Mass 0830 l11 Josephine Ave.. Somerville. Ma 02l44 . . , , Il5 S Staples St.. Lowell. Ma 085I . 7 Church St,. Ayer. Mass 0431 . Long Hill Road.. Bolton, Ma 0740 , .. II6 Corey St.. Lowell. Mass 085I l75 Highland Ave.. Lowell. Mass 085I 41 Cleveland St.. Greenfield. Ma 010 I7 Calvin St., Somerville. Ma OQI43 5I Colorado St.. Mattapan. Ma 01I16 43 Hiawatha Blvd.. Oakland. NJ 07436 347 Pawtucket Blvd.. Lowell. Ma , IO Byron Ave., Methuen. Mass 10 S Elizabeth St.. Tewksbury. Ma . RFD 82 Lost Lake Drive.. Groton. Ma I0 Larssen Ctr.. Chelmsford. Mass 393 Summer Ave.. Reading. Ma . IEI E Meadow Rd.. Lowell. Ma 34 Addison St,. Arlington. Mass 70 Boston Rd KI30.. Chelmsford. Mass I5 Jewett St.. Lowell, Ma ll Castlewood Dr., Chelmsford. Ma 36 Pleasant St.. No Reading. Mass , I5 Jonathan La.. Chelmsford. Mass 34 Arlington Street.. Lowell. Ma . . II9 West St.. Methuen. Ma . . . 17 Forest St.. Lowell. Mass d L. I7 Swain., Dracut. Ma 185 Princeton Blvd.. Lowell. Ma . 384 Wentworth Ave., Lowell. Ma Still River Rd., Still River, Ma 170 Washington St,. Moburn. Ma IO Beacon St.. Reading. Ma 0854 0844 0876 04Sl 0814 0867 0854 O1l74 0814 0850 0863 0864 0814 0854 084-4 085i 0815 085l 0851 0467 080 0867 Squires Hill Rd., South Kent Ct. N785 36 Westwood Rd.. Dracut. Ma Il Orchard St.. Salem, Mass . Box l57.. Westford. Ma .. . 44 Kenwood Rd.. Dracut. Ma . IOS Merrill Ave,. Lowell. Ma . I9 Bliss St,. Hartford. Ct . 1I Bryon St.. Bradford. Ma . . 87 Pleasant St.. Tewksbury. Ma l04 Dinsmore St.. Lowell. Ma . . 9 Oliver Rd.. Watertown. Ma . Back St.. Curnmington. Ma 8 Whitegate Rd.. Billerica. Mass 164 Seven Bridge Rd.. Lancaster. Ma l47 Montrose Ave.. Wakefield, Ma .. . . 21 Decker St,. Milton. Ma .. 7 Yale Terr.. Lawrence. Mass 0816 0970 0886 0816 0850 CBII4 0830 0876 0852 O1I72 0016 0861 0513 0880 O1l87 084l Strange, Jr. Robert P. . I1 Kirk Street.. Methuen. Ma 0844 Strout. Catherine E. Sullivan. Brian J. . , Sullivan. Claire A. Sullivan Jr. John C. . Svensson. Karen E. . . Sweeney, Maria E. Sycovaris, Helen A. Sydney. Gregory T. . Sylva. Thomas W. .. Szarek. Raymond H. Tagoe, Christopher C. Tallberg. Kirsten A. , Tang. Sau S. .. . .. Tangoeci. Joseph R. .. Tarbell. Sibyl N, Taylor. Lisa J, ,. Taylor. Susan L. Taylor, William A. . Tecce. Cherylann Teebagy Jr. Thomas C, Tenney. June M. . ,. Tgibides. Paula M. Tharpe. Richard M. ,. . .. Theriault. Stephen T. Thibodeau, Mark J, . Thiexing, August W. . Thomas. Marc M. . Thompsen. David P. . . Thompson. Wendy J. . Thornhill. Michael J. . . Thornton. Alan R. ... Thomlon. Catherine A. Thomton. David C. , .. Tighe. Thomas P. . . , . Tilden. Karen A, . Tinet. Kevin E, . , ... Todd. Russell F. . . Toot. Karen J. . . Torrili Debra M. . . , Toth. Jeffrey M. . . . . Tourigny. Arthur E. . . . Tourigny. Arthur J. . Towle. Leo B. . . . . . Trainor. Peter T. , . . . . Travers. Lynne R. ..., . Tremblay. Jeremiah P. . Triant.afylIopo.Konstantin Trubey. Richard J. ...., ..,. . Tlitxianapoulo. Dortanne Tubridy, Michael F. . . Tucci. Marie C. Tully. James R. Tuohy. Thomas D. .. .. Turgin. Lynn R. Tumer. Jr. John R. Turrili. Cynthia M. . Tyler, Alan L. ,,.. . . . . Tyman. Robert B. Llmphtey. Mark S. .. l3l Easton St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 . . I1 Wild Rose Dr.. Andover. Ma 08l0 . . 4 French Rd.. Billerica. Ma 081I I7 Forest Rd.. Wakefield. Ma 0880 I139 Lawrence St.. Lowell. Ma 0851 El E Meadow Lane.. Lowell. Mass 0851 11 Maplewood Rd.. No Tewksbury. Ma 0875 104 Colorado St.. Mattapan. Ma 01l16 77 Franklin. St., Somerville. Mass O1l45 61 Park Street.. Arlington. Mass OJI74 . . , . . . , . D.D.C..F.A.O.. Rome. Italy . 73 Wentworth Rd.. Melrose. Ma 01l76 .. . 45 Yuet Liah St GXF., Kwnn Tong, HK I7 Ingersell Dr.. Westfield, Ma 0m5 , . . l3l Parker St.. Lowell. Ma 085i , . ..... 75 Farragot.. .oweIl, Ma 0854 . . I7 Amble Rd., Chelmsford. Ma 0814 . . . 49 Reservoir St.. Gardner. Ma 0440 , 5 Mackenzie Ln.. Wakefield. Mass 0880 84 Oxford Street.. Arlington, Mass 01l74 . 115 Vernon St.. Wakefield. Ma 0880 . . I19 Lakeshore Dr,. Dracut. Ma 0816 39 West Meadow Rd.. Lowell. Ma 0854 5 Fairmeadow Rd.. Wilmington. Ma 0887 .. ,. 49 West 4th St.. Lowell. Mass 0850 7 Church St., Marlboro. Mass 0751 . . . . . . . 85 Rogers St., Lowell. Ma 0851 I1 Rockwood Rd.. Hingham, Ma 01043 . . 3 Atwood Ave.. Stoneham, Ma 02I80 .. 7 Indian Hill Rd.. Tewksbury. Ma 0876 . . . 179 Porter St.. Melrose. Ma 01l76 . .,.,. . 7l Oak St.. Pembroke. Ma 01359 . . . . 179 Porter St.. Melrose. Ma 01I75 15 Hawthorne St.. N. Grafton. Ma 0535 . . Tl Malibu Dr.. Springfield. Ma Ulm NH 03079 . . , . I5 Hillcrest Rd.. Salem. 99 Turnpike Rd.. Chelmsford. Ma 0814 . ...., 9 Alma Lane.. Danvers. Ma 0913 , . 61 Woodland St.. Lawrence, Mass 084l 45 Country Road.. Agawam. Mass 0M l15 Kinnear Ave.. Lancaster. Mass 0464 . . . . IS Leeds St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 ll Paul Revere Rd.. Bedford. Mass 0730 99 Monadnock Rd.. Worcester. Ma 0609 . l35 South Elm St.. Bradford. Ma 0830 10 Mohawk Dr.. Billerica. Ma 082l C. 9 Townsend St..Worcester. Mass 0609 34 Depot St.. Westtord. Ma 01886 ... . ,. 29 July St.. Lowell. Mass 0850 S No Worcester Ave.. Worcester, Mass 0645 .. . , . . . . 93 First St.. Medford. Ma 01l55 Main St.. Charlton. Ma 0507 IJI Cornell Drive.. Dennisport. Ma 01639 Sl Jordan St.. No Chelmsford. Ma 0863 . . I0 Kenmar Drive Apt 3l.. Billerica. Ma 081l , ........,. I0 North.. Andover. Ma 08l0 IOS Longmeadow Dr., Lowell. Ma 0851 38 Pond Circle.. Jamaica Plain Ma U1l30 . . . 869 Grove St.. Worcester. Ma 066 Vaillancourt. John F. Vaillancourt. Susan M. Vallatini. Michael P. . , Vangos. Joyce ,,,,. . . Vergakes Jr, Paul D. , Venali. Mostafa . Viens. Daniel L. ..., . Vina to, Raymond G ., . 3 . Vineigueru. Philip P. . . f' X , l8O Cross Rd., Lunenburg. Mass 0462 . , 5 -Claude Rd, Chelmsford, Ma 0824 7 Buckley St.. Quincy. Ma 02I69 . 126 Princeton Blvd., Lowell. Mass Ol85l 26I Mammoth Rd Apt-3.. Lowell. Ma 01854 , I45 P O Sq A-201A.. Lowell, Ma 0852 . ..,,,,,,. 3 Rhona St.. Hudson. NH 0305! 6799 Princeton Blvd., Lowell. Ma 085i I5 West Winkley St.. Amesbury. Ma 09I3 Visser, Linda L. ., ..., ....,. I BI High St.. Ipswich, Ma 0938 Vital. David .,.., Vilali, John L. ..,.. ... . . l87 Marrett Rd.. Lexington. Ma O2l73 I9 Chatham St Ext.. Malden. Ma 02I48 Volungux. Kathleen A. ..... 45 Jefferson St.. Lawrence. Ma 0843 Vti.ThanhD. .. Waltim. Jean N. ..,.. . , . . 8 Hampshire PI.. Lowell, Ma 0850 J. If .. 8 Lancelot Court ffI7.. Salem. NH 03079 Waldron. Wendy C. .,., . 35 Audubon Rd.. Reading. Ma 0867 Wallter. David E. . ,.,.,.,., 3 Applewocd Dr.. Ipswich. Ma 0938 Wallace. Catherine M. . Wallace. Ellen ,,,,.,. Wallace, Patricia E. . . . Wallace, Thomas J. . . . Wallh Jr. James F. , , . Walton. Ronald F. . .. Wanzet. Katherine E. Wamer. Stephen R. . , Vlaxylak. Carol A. . Walltevich. Glenn R. . , . Watson. Kenneth S. . , , Weelta. Melanie M. . . Weijers. Bertus , . . . , Welch. Daniel P. . . . . Wentworth. Christopher J. Wermen. Ronald J. , , Whalen. Stephen M. . Wheeler. Tari S. .,.. Whitalter. Eric D. . . . While. Cynthia J. ... While, Gail E. ... Whitney Carol J. , Wiclts, Daniel C. . , . . .. . .. IO9 Chatham St., Lowell. Ma 085l ... I8 Hillcrest Dr.. Acton, Ma 0720 26 Lane St.. Lowell. Mass 085i . . . . .. I3 Parkhurst Dr.. Hudson. NH 0305I ., ,S So Arnost St.. Tewksbury. Mass 01876 . , . , . I77 liberty St.. Haverhill. Ma 0I830 .. . . . I0 Mineral St.. Ipswich, Ma 0938 . I8 Riverview St.. Hudson. Ma 0749 . . 946 Methuen St., Dracut, Ma 0826 ,. , , . 145 P O Sq A-B2I5.. Lowell. Ma 0854 77 Livingstone Ave.. Lowell. Ma 0854 . . 8l Mechanic St.. Fitchburg, Ma 0420 . . ,. I6 Berwick St.. Lowell. Ma 0852 ,. . . . . lI9 Orange St.. Clinton. Mass 05l0 , Sl Waverly Rd.. No Andover. Mass 0845 , , . , 64 Maple St.. Methuen. Mass 0844 . . . . 17 Osborne Ave.. Reading. Ma 0867 . , . , 3 Joseph Avenue.. Lee. Ma 0138 . . , , , . I2 Haverhill.. Hudson. NH OSGI .. 29 Marcus Rd.. Wilmington. Ma 0887 . , . . . ., 85 Puffer St., Lowell. Mass 084II , . . . , , RFDI.. Greenfield. NH 03047 .. , 27 Lakeview Ave.. Haverhill. Ma 0830 Wicltstrotn. Sharon E. ...... 86 County Road.. Ipswich. Ma 0838 Wildfeuer. Jay H. , Wilkinl. Charles A. . . . . Wilkinson. Jt Richard W. Williams. Cheryl A. , . I2 Elizabeth Rd.. Milford. Ma 0757 . ,. 76 Tyngsboro Rd.. Dracut. Mals 0826 , , , ,. 27I Main St.. Lynnnfield. Ma 0940 . , .. 27 North St.. Topslield, Ma 0983 Williams. Daniel E. , . ..,... 238 Andover St.. Andover. Ma 08lO Wilson. Mark C. . . , . Wilson. Paul L. . . . Vlindhol. John A. . . Winn, Lois J. ... , ,. Wironen. Alan M. Wise, Richard E. . Wood Jr, David F. . Woods, William L. Wright, Russell F. I6 Revere Rd.. Tewltsbury, Mass 0876 .. . .. 20 Mass Ave.. Danvers. Ma 0923 ,. . ., ., Sm Maple St., Carlisle. Ma 0l74I . I0 Warwick St.. Lowell. Mass 085l . . . . 52 Barrel Rd., Westminster. Ma 0473 . . , .. I20 Columbia. Rd.. Lowell. Ma 0854 .. . .. 64 Robbins St.. Acton. Ma 0720 . , . . Harris Rd.. Ashurnham. Mass 0430 , . . , . . , I8 Elm Hill Park., Boston. Ma O2l2l Wright. Thomas H. . 45 Waverly Rd.. No Andover. Mans 0845 Wyrebelt. Carole Ann . . . . ,. Juxtice Hill Rd.. Sterling. Ma 0564 1 Xhallle. Douglas P. . . C McPherson AAI PLZ. NYC. NY IM? Xidel. Peter ,,........ 95 Mt Washington St., Lowell. Ma 08654 x i 1 pf III. Zale. Edwin W. . Zannoni. William J. Zarrella Jr. Allred O. Zilinslty, Carol . . Ziogal. Margo , zagnm. Nabil s. , K.,-5-, .au gb -Y if L 5' kg.. Q , t 'Ah- in A f Y .-U YZ, I 1 , .1 ' .'f1.,g- 1'1" 2 ' ..3"ff . .-if-. A0 ' Q"lI'lJ' 1-K .gi U e-Y. if 1, 'f '. . .- '-Q 5, .i :J :,- . i , of"-I ' M- -fa" . .' iaily J. X -V. . - 5-', ,V .3 - X .- .1 .-ei' ' , '.-Xi - . , I ,sg ,..., ., , . 'A X K 1, "' ' W ,n-1 : -. . ' i 'i 0 . I ,,,, -. A l ' .,, . -.-I 'Hn " i ' ' -' -.I ' 1 'Q-7 ' Sly" i"f. ','f ix. . , , ,, 1 ' -Q 'f 'J .x - I 1 f. , ,hw . . . , ," , ', , ' - f - X is 'e 4 ', f f .. 3 .. . ... 2 - , 'Q ' I ' Nl lx i , A u ' . 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Good Stuff Cheap I Wanted The Best Because Of The Baseball Team To Live Away Did Not Like Previous College I Because My Mommy Made Me Attended No Particular Reason For The Girls Good Dope In Lowell ROTC It Was Cheap But It Is Not Any More What Will You Remember Most About U Lowell'? Late Night Papers Academic Petition Forms The Blizzard Of 78 4 Week Total L PO'TV"l9 rigvsggrch F Beer or A Parking Spot The People Friends Classmates Re9'ST'C'T'On I MGT My Husband Here The Smell Of The River lnadeauate Parking Kazairan s Sfudvrig Orange Tow Trucks Spmg CGm'VC" Friends The nur the wan the techies The mes For 'D S Cmmmmg No Girls Tuesdays ll 30 'I 30 Finals 84 Midterms UGH ll' All The Bullshit I How Would You Describe Your A Yeors AT U Lowell ln One Worcl? 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ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS ? la Clubs, Organizations, And Greeks In Soiourn 'Bl 1 "4 Accounting Soclety Dorm Staff llathslreller Board Of Dlrect Actlvltles Commission 'Sl Offlcers Salllng Club AICI-IE '82 Officers Shrooms Alpha Omega '83 Offlcers Slgma Kappa Epsllon Alpha Sigma Tau GOALS Slgma Phl Omlcron Alplne Club l-lang Glldlng Club SAM Amerlcan Chemlcal Soclety Health Ed Club Society Of Black American Meteorological I-lellenlc Cultural Assoclatlon SWUUW Of I-IW and Soclety Inter-dorm Councll Society Of Pbyslsl American Nuclear Society Kappa Deltl Pltl 5505 American Society Of Kappa Upsilon Soclety Of Women Mechanical Englneers Karate Club 50l0llfll 'll ' American Strlng Teachers KKK Klub Sltllllib Club Assoclatlon Math And Computer Club Student GOVCIMMIII y Arab Students Miscellaneous Englneers 50014010 5000! 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And Rule Club Veterans Club Gamlng Society Preflaw Suclely Wlreless Suclely 190 W"-"ff", ,, , .N -- t. .N .4 img' .fs- vg- ,N The University of Lowell Account- ing Society is an organization dedi- cated to the benefits of the students majoring in accounting. Guest speak- ers, programs. tutoring, and other special events aid the student in ca- reer decisions and assist them in completing their scholastic require- ments. Phil Rankins-President Arthur Pennington-Vice President Cindy Powers-Secretary Diane Jean-Treasurer Being a group of students con- cerned with extracurricular enter- tainment, the Activities Commission obtains, organizes, and produces shows and events for the benefit of the Student Body. Also funding clubs and organizations, it is the job of the A.C. to use the students' Activities Fee for the best interest of all stu- dents. Susan Darling-Activities Director Mary Merlo-Secretary Senior Members, Bill Donovan Priscilla Keyes Dan Danecki Jeff Murdock John Harrigan 195 y 1 . 4 ,ff gn .r- - 'iv 'f'?3 g 'Q Q rw .X-in .A .4-5- P -5 . v--, -, - L- -. W ., rw -r The Beta Tau Chapter of the Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority was established at the University of Lowell in I975 and boasts the distinction of being the only NATIONAL Sorority on campus. The So- rority is a sisterhood of students with similar and varied ideals and interests. Classroom education is supplemental with development of social graces, a sense of responsibility to one's self and others, development of leadership quali- ties, creating lasting friendships, and membership in a living organization. Good times and much fun are also part of the program. The Sisters encourage good academic standing. They find much strength in a strong Alumnae, ever willing to lend a helping hand. AST's house is located at l0l Riverside St. Lena Michaelidou-President Debbie Collins-Vice-President Denise Nadeau-Treasurer Helene Demetroulakos-Recording Secretary Kristin Melanson-Corresponding Secretary Senior Members Lena Michaelidou Debbie Collins Denise Nadeau Kristin Melanson 4 1 ,w .. if, -.Q 2:4 ':lw'2'x -- 4,7 l l 1 1.-gin A if xcqfgu F. . 'ff 72, 1" . J 5:3 ..-41.712, ' wtf. 01,562 Q, -: vp- 5 1. V2.5 " 'QAM' L, ' '.fJ1fgk,',3'f y.,-.1 41, 4.51. -.375 ""'1':'E5f: . , 'YQ ff 5' M.. f.. r pf as ,. Ms?-f. , ' ' ' -511 1 f '1-if 1, Q. LA, 'jk , gg.. 5, A l 4 .- L ,. -T W. . ' ,gy gasp, , , -. A -'V Joe Pecevlch Kathy McLoughlin Linda Gueli Jennifer Clement Karen Lebedzinski The Alpine Club is one of the most diver- sified organizations on campus. Activities include backpacking. canoeing, cross coun- try skiing, rock and ice climbing, and spe- Iunking. Trips are run nearly every weekend. Rick Donahue-President Joe Pecevich-Vice- President 197 Daniel Ferreira-President Kathy McCall-Vice-President Mary Abbott-Secretary Mark Poliks-Treasurer Senior Members Daniel Ferreira Kathy McCall Karen Povlovski Mark Lotz Jean Claude Pierre-President James David-Vice-President Rich LaFlamme-Secretary John Ramsey-Treasurer - l u lvl ,s. 0 .Q 0 , . nu A-A. N gii 9 i I X 1 In heovleh The ULowell chapter of the American Metero- logical Society is a pro- fessional organization for the benefit of the University's meterology majors. Activities in- clude providing accurate up-to-date forecasts for WJUI., guest lectures, field trips, parties, and our annual Mt. Washing- ton climb. Len Keshishian-President Brynn Baker-Vice- President Bill Reidy-Treasurer Bill Babcock-Secretary Edward Carley-President Nickey DeDominicis-Vice- President Mark Nadeau-Secretary David Baiumpaa-Treasurer Senior Members Edward Carley Marc Nadeau Gary Marsh David Baiumpaa John Moyle Mike Statkus Steve LeBrun Carla Borrelli Marcia Nappi Jeff Brown Michael Ossing Tom Kupchunas Sandy Mcliissick Wayne Capolupo Keith Spinney , 199 American String Teachers Associ- ation is an organization for those in- terested in the many aspects of string teaching and performing. The University population is welcome to attend the workshops sponsored by ASTA. Alison Breen-President Monica Callender-Vice-President Norma Merritt-Secretary-Treasurer The Arab Students Club was estab- lished in I975 mainly to promote, dis- seminate and interpret on campus the culture. arts, and life of the Arab world. The club encourages students interest- ed in Arab-American friendship to par- ticipate in its activities. Aiman Farouqua-President Jamal Abdelghany-Vice President Ali Wansa-Secretary 200 T. ,F Muradlan . f45 .IBVEL M To keep the Armenian spirit there. To meet other Armenians. Also to take part in Armenian events. Florin Muradian-President Julie Root-President Joan Goosen-Vice- President ,, . Suzanne Hoehn- Secretary .lim McKinley-Treasurer Senior Members Kathy Spinelli Grace Vasta Lisa Tsoubinka Karen Taylor Maureen Garry Linda Derek l John Roy ' John Bernasoni Brian Folven 201 R, 3 fs 131 if , s '5- Q THEVLL UO AN'fTS'i!"Jil YU STI? ,ELI-'FUII 0 I , 1 E 4+ 0 fi in 8 'I 'VA' lf. '51-v vm. f, dt. , ,tbl f-U 9 , 5 'Ll l iii in Phelan by Florin Muradlnn The Audio-Visual Society has been serving the Lowell college community for II years. The A.V.S. consists of three divisions: Audio- Visual Services Cwhich shows A.V.S. moviesl, WJUL 9I.5 FM, and Tech Services Cwhich repairs all A.V.S. equipment. Richard Marshall- PresidentfTreasurer Russ Reopell-Vice-President Bill Reidy-Secretary Audio-Visual Services Division Eric Forman-Director Peter Caswell-Listening Room Manager Richard Marshall-Senior Proiectionist Florin Muradian-Special Productions Manager WJUL Broadcast Services Division Joanne Doody-General Manager Dave Gillies-ProgramfNews Director ' Dave O'Leary-Chief Engineer Barry Evans-Music Director Steve Bates-Sports Director Rory O'Connor-Promotions Director Technical Services Division Russ Reopell-Director John Sullivan-Listening Room Engineer 203 X President K. Hegarty-Secretary K. McCarthy- Treasurer The Backgammon Club ' at ULoweIl by a group of ' Backgammon enthusi- asts for the sole purpose of competition and im- provement of the fine skill of gammonl 5 - Laura Benassi-President Jahanne Beauregard-Vice- ffgf President 7:11, - r mn. - .Q-.1 was recently organized ... if I Randy Eaton-Secretary 4' ' Lise Beauregard-Treasurer ' 5 l I if s Senior Members: ' Laura Benassi Randy Eaton Tom Wright Arriele Pepin Lise Beauregard ti' VS., -. ,f 1 , i ,,! . V1 -1' ITM t is N! Relations be- tween students and faculty within our department are the first concern of the Biology Club. En- hancement of both academic and social atmospheres within the Biology depart: ment is accom- plished through the hard work of our members and dedi- cation of our facul- l ty. S. MacDonald- President -0" L. O'Connor-Vice- Senior Members M. Nosek M. Ortalano P. Dion S. Sylvester L. Berkemier 2 O4 Lln L. Turgiss J. Cluette P. Aeed P. MacDonald J. Candora K. Conlin L. Michaelidou J. Levecchio L. Caouette K. Tallberg Campus Ambas- sadors is an inter- denominational Christian fellow- ship. Weekly meet- ings include sing- ing, prayer, and bi- ble study. The meetings are lead by Rev. Tom Taylor and Kim Killian. Ac- tivities have includ- ed a concert by Pam Mark Hall. a square dance, and a ski trip. Chuck Gallant- President Rudy Caruso-Vice- President Mike McCarthy- Secretary Robin Cavalear- Treasurer X Donna Rucinski-President Maria Kirkiles-Vice-President Peggy Landry-Secretary Debbie Chiklis-Treasurer Senior Members Peggy Landry 205 Jim Fomenko-President Mark House-Vice- President ' 'rf , . .i1'Vf':- '- a 1 . . ,f -,, '5-7' ."' ' -I . ffLA'f"'w-' I wfizdz .1 r 1: ,ig :HA ki: :Qi if, its in nf" Chinese Student Circle is an organization composed of I50 students in Ulowell. Our pur- pose is to promote academic as well as social communica- tion among its members. Te-Cheng Feng-President Kuo-Hua Chen-V.P. Yi-Chyun Huang-Secretary Kuei-Fang Kao-Treasurer Senior Members: Kao-Ching Lin- Suisheng J. Shu Ching-Tai Lue Chaur-Ming Chou Li-Kue Sun Ringo Lai Sau-Sim Tang Siu-Wing Li Kai-Wing Li l XX fl2li?3f4iisi'1 A 4' fo '7 ' it cl 4 , Florin Miradlln Y 39-IJ 5 if 1. ! 206 I fl gm, ..v 1 Q. 4 J' 4 ii? no "' ' IL 'U 'D ,G ". , P U '4.'. 2 'I' F. 3 .,fffl'Es , , ' " - If Q QQ Tl?--w 9 Q Q ' -M ' ni, f ijjflf " 4-Q Q H 8 A Q Q 'P 8 x"ff 'H f , fr 1 4 -f f 4'7" 4 r .pf s V LQ . V., Q3 !5?Q ,4 . I- f N , 'C f' -ef N. T 5 ' X N' 1 'Y' '4 ff ff! N , f V4 Z' "' . , 2, 5, ,. m?"Vf 'M If ff Qc, f 4....g-Q.-'gf f f In 2a AP' ' .4-A IL- The Connector is the student-run news- paper of the University of Lowell, serving the University Community for over half a century. The staff of The Connector col- lects and publishes articles which inform and amuse the students, faculty, and ad- ministration. Fall l98O Beth Morton Harriet Howell Robert Weisman Ann Nalezinski Mary Beth Fountain Wayne Gordon Tom O'Rourke Karen Finocchio Cindy Charette Paul Leisman Rick Allard Pat Cahill Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor NC News Editor SC News Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Production Manager Photography Editor Librarian Arts Editor Sports Editor Features Editor Features Editor Chief Technician Cirrculation Manager Barb Chalmer Spring I98l Robert Weisman Harriet Howell Roy Giacchino Ann Nalezinski Mary Beth Fountain Beth Morton Tom O'Rourke Karen Finocchio Cindy Charette Paul Leisman Ellen Foster Larry MacDonald Dale Hines Pat Cahill Delta Kappa Phi is the oldest fraternity on campus. The brotherhood was started on this campus in l902. The purposes of the fraternity are: the promotion and encour- agement of a fraternal relationship among its membersf and the advancement of the interests of its members in acquiring a thorough education in engineering, the sci- ences or the liberal arts. B" , -xi l I A Q,-if so A I ,- NN . 'V -1- lun Benani Mike Causbie-President Steve Francis-V.P. Scott Bove-Treasurer Jamal Bahloul-Secretary Mark Ruscimento-Sgt. at Arms I h i' iswjur' 1 I T' "" "M" E""" 'hlwvrf N ' 1 , 'K . , ' -rw-fr The Dorm Staff is comprised of seven resident advisors and sixty floor counsellors. These upperclass men and women assist the office of the Dean of Students in the man- agement of our Residence Halls. Russ Wright-RA Bourgeois Bob Donahue-RA Leitch Phil Giguere-RA Lower Towers Betsy Johnson-RA Upper Towers Linda White-RA Concordia Dave Marzilli-RA Smith Kathy Flanagan-RA Eames '.45 Ll L. fr, f- C ,M f, ' vw Senior Members Bill Cleary William Gosine Christopher Belanger Sally McDonough Suzanne Lane Jane Relihan Bruce St. Pierre Tim Howe Phil Giguere Robert Donahue Kathy Flanagan Les Barut Robert Mason Michael Grubba James Rogers Priscilla Keyes Anne Marie Kinsman Bill Donovan Albert Alix Eileen Dean Laura lnsero Ellen C. Duggan. Dean of Hous- in 49' pr- Ilia-'i rss Q l EXQ ' my-up qi: Tim Gtlil lik ' H - -.- f L 8 f , H.: Lux 'fl Irv 210 N "' A. fix Q , . Si ,pkg i' - "' 'www 'ol - X is O.. ,., it I I Lu-XJ i 'ii--'ff' ' 3 E i- . "The Junior Class Officers ie responsible for running etivities that benefit the 'nior class both socially 'd monetarily. The main 'dal as class officers is to 7 ke our Senior year a ileeessful and pleasurable A e. r 1 Jack Weinstein-President Paul F. Nichols-Vice- President Monique Ledoux-Treasurer Joanne Frittita-Secretary I -'P -2:32 .V -W.. . 3553:- g:'Q""-QQ:1I'73 -???:ffg 2- 1--3::EE3:'::: - ,.-wir 1---WMA st: fl . A Jef-z-.'!i'.!r:.fh. - ::::,- EE .' ff2'?5f2f .: 'T X-.3,53. A-..: ' ' '.-1. . v Robin Gudger-President Marc Sevigny-Vice-President Mary Maloney-Secretary Eric Knaiger-Treasurer We take an active part in coordinating senior week activities and com- mencement. Our main purpose is to serve the students. John Picciuto-President Kevin Day-Vice-President Brian Dunlavey-Treasurer Laurie Benjamin-Secretary 211 E 'QE ww- 1 UL wi, w n T""if --fffg-W U.f:.4:'f. gr , Q.. . TWGTVF. Q ,----1,--an ' QW Qyf-'u w nv 'nf'-'-r M 'fwmw-L 4 Q "-Vx: , x ,Q V Mifffi if C X ' T " -, 4? H, WFFM 'G w1"?'I.?"" '-'-ww-r NUE1 "'WiEY Q Jw IA-,x.,.- TT" u nPm'P'zN' Nil, 1. -:SAN NL! gryygg ,. f rggf . . , . , A '. ' 'H U,-f 2,--Q- wird' JTMZ,-I' A ii.- f 4' ,, UL-im XPC!! 'GEN J if - rf -1 lgguigfg .1 f?': 2 , I- , , .--A . ' ,- J 'Q ","1m, Xi.5,nj'9YN ,iff -5 AA' T4- Erlf v 5 N, 1157- D ,-,,..n ,fs ffmfe M' 1 Nyfwwf X-':,w ',- xy! L fy 1: 'W .fy WJJWV N L uf"--:fa ww W, 1-ww. ww Sri fy gg ff 5 Wf ilfff eifuimiff? 451113 ' S M - , L -N b.,p.:zn ,Q.ngg:.:-n :own The Health Education Club is open to all stu- dents. lts purpose is to further support the Health Education major and profession. We spread our health ideas to surrounding communi- ties via public speaking to organizations and var- ious Health Fairs. Lauree Ann Gerstenlauer- President Kevin M. Day-Vice- President Elizabeth McCarthy- Secretary Kathy Lawlor-Treasurer Senior Members Cindy Abate Lisa Cahill Susan Catalogna Kathy Conlon Kevin Day - Betsy Donahue Sue Dufour Lauree Ann Gerstenlauer Todd Karner Colleen Keegan Elizabeth McCarthy The Hellenic Cultural Association is a group composed of students of Greek descent and is open to anyone exhibit- ing an interest in Greek culture. By sponsoring social events and meet- ing regularly the group helps to foster friendship and better understand- ing. Bill Kafkas-President John Zgonis-Vice-President Athena Tassiopoulos- Secretary Elene Roggotis-Treasurer Senior Members: Michael Girard Thomas Hatzistergiou Angela Hondros Arthur Housianitis Bill Kafkas Georgia Kartsanis Costas Triantafyllopoulos Dori Tsitsianopoulos Advisors, PhD C. Bentas PhD J. Martin 213 Suzanne Lane- President Al Smith-Treasurer Mary .Io Monahan- Secretary Ken Martin-Pres. Leitch Hall Tony Scappaticci- Pres. Bourgeois Chris Bavelock-Pres. Lower Towers Al Smith-Pres. Upper Towers Denise Prendible- Pres. Concordia Hall Sheila McCarthy- Pres. Eames Hall Walter Manning-Pres. Smith Hall Kappa Delta Phi is idealistic as well as practical in its func- tions. Often we sub- scribe to a code of ethics higher than those of the profes- sion itself. This is to be found in the bur- dens Iaid upon our Brothers through our rituals, our pro- grams, and our ac- tivities for the ad- herence to high standards of con- duct and practice. "MAY THE SPIRIT NEVER DlE" John Shaw-President Mike Bourk-Vice- President Connie Donnelly- Treasurer Kerry McMullen- Secretary Jim Tully-Sargent-Ab ' Arms Bob Riordan-Chaplain Historian Nick Pappas-Pledge Master Senior Members .Iohn Shaw Brian Mullen Tim Mullen Scott Santos 214 Colon Kelley V5.1 'Bs Fw 1 U ' XJ' .TT fl Al .. ss gl. .4 .1 Q .5555 lf?" -- EI T fl? :lvl gym-f s-, ,gru- sag.:- !-if ' lx' A . , - Q . Q Ll.- 'Y' 'W Y ,Ki 28 Tlm Gill! I l ' ' Q, . 1.5: 1 1 Kappa Upsilon is a sorority estab- lished in the infamous year of I974. ' The sisterhood consists of women a with diverse personalities all striv- I ing for the fundementals associat- led with a higher education. The isoroity is a community organiza- ltion as well as a social one. The 3 greek letters stand for Kindness a and Unity. "MAY THE SPIRIT NEVER DIE" Tina J. Dimodica-President Beth McEIhiney-V.P. Carol Bassett-Treasurer Joyce Vangos-Secretary Sharon Holt-Pledge Mistress Senior Members: Tina J. Dimodica Joyce Vangos Beth McEIhiney Joan Savage Karen Toof Robyn Desnoyers Lauren Herbert June Tenney Lynne Greico Wendy Waldron Sue Campell Delia Collins Donna Rearon Maureen Lane gr 1 . f .X I V W if U 1 J L 3 , a 1 . 1 .V-I N 1 t 4 224 1 3 J '14 1 . 1- .-Q, - ,4 -. W .. ' at-V fy ' 1' - A I J ,.A...,,, -an-4-f rw-vQw+ff4lh+ . , -.. . . M rk Durrenberger '. .,-.-,V-.. f QW' Z. --'P D, -1,Y,-' -W " "- ,-'- T-,...., " - '--"N, 5 ', -"- -- Q ,f ,- L13 Elm OL GLUE' CQILO LEMIGVJSS Emv.f.O-JM5 LJCLM. ,..x- l'1....u.l .:...CJ pOx..,f ,,:....-S IJ.aZu3..L H.C5.C,-2,4 ,em , 1J,c-moans 1- 'z - ' .J ff' .. ...v' 3 ,-.v.- 7., f,..:'1:.,.- if N.-fr nM f 'T' E 'I -- F:,--T-Q- h---- J he mcnfnmudu. we Qccommnau was Q ,W.c...L5 se.. :ou...:.c..::, -di -O-J-M ---L9-M v LILO :J -,-.' - - .C ,N ' H x-, . 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LLL Al. ..,L'.I'I L 5.903 .. '.. 6, J... ' ...:. 1 f ndmuo KZ? U"'ll'l'fv 5 .- The University of Lowell Math and Computer Club is an organi- zation to pro- mote an interest in mathematics and computer science and their applications in both an academic and social atmo- sphere. Mark House- President Robert Becker- Vice-President Lisa Panagopoulos- Treasurer Maura Hoye- Secretary -.xl -6-5' .4 , - 1' . ' WFQ., . -2. 2.-" 134 L J, - - - -'W'm". 'QL-"9" 'E ' -X J' tips Ta- :Lg:1'1.'-17 4 'f ,.-Q, QL' .Q ,M , A up A, i t '51 ' V ' 'W' " ,A 1 -- - - I 4 .- - W X s. s, "W -- f U , J 2 1,' ' x ,bg - JNJ' The University of LoweIl's Monday Night Bowling League con- sists of undergrad- uate, graduate and alumni members par- ticipating in a life-long activity with plenty of competition and fun. Henry McAvoy-President Cathy DeCoste-V.P. Kathi Conlin-Treasurer Buster Mathes-Secretary Senior Members: Cathy DeCoste Kathi Conlin The Monday Night Club was instituted to prevent severe de- pression and suicidal tendencies caused by involvement in the Massachusetts Educa- tion System. Our pur- pose is to provide di- versional activities to alleviate the strain of being a Summa Cum Laude student. Bunga Marie-President Raven Bassett-V.P. Kay Toof-Secretary Bea McElhiney-Treasurer Bea McElhiney Savage - Reardoni Kay Toof Vera Bunga Raven Potsy Rutz Barbie Louise Barbie Jean 218 Q, 'X i A P Q. g, ki :lt ,ki D iii DUN Tu 'U 'x A me' Moonstone consisting of approxi- mately fifteen U55 members, pub- Spring. The magazine is a collection of poetry, prose, artwork and photog- raphy submitted by members of the staff and the university community. K lishes its magazine once a year in the Leo Tanguay-President Jim Hayes-Vice- President Cindy Charette-Secretary Mark Chosse-Treasurer Senior Members Walter Christiansen Mark Chosse 219 M.R. Sheishesaz-President F. Eftekhary-Vice President M. Family-Treasurer The NBL is to pro- vide positive direc- tion and practical assistance in all areas to minority students in the Col- lege of Manage- ment Science. Through lecture seq ries. workshops. featuring Business people covering is- sues in the industry. the NBL fills the vaccuum between theory and practice by exposing stu- dents to the dynam- ic process of man- agement in the real world. The student chapter was found- ed in I98O. James ' Logan-President Howard Byfield-Senior Vice- President Earl Reese-Treasurer Lydia Li-Secretary 220 SQ by n il s..! Senior Members Alby Alix Doug Xhallie Brian Lafina Joe Lafreniere Frank Foderaro sql Jennifer Clement Joe Lynch Len Keshishian Reba Pottle Jeff Murdock Jean Keating Jeff Layne Chris Wentworth Peter Makus Laura Benassi Photo by Photo Chob Here is Phi Gamma Psi's yearbook photo. For photo credit could you please put, "Photo by Joe, Fred-you blew it." Dave Meier-President Ted Spear-Vice- President Bob Mountain-House Manager Danny Butler-Treasurer Tom O'Rourke-Bar Manager Tom D'Arcy-Secretary Stephen Fairbanks-Junior Warden Bob Joyce-Senior Warden Peter Kelley-Whore- master The Photography Club is an organiza- tion open to all members of the University commu- nity. Our objective is to share exper- ience and tech- niques in the hopes of developing pho- tographic skill. not only behind the camera but in the darkroom as well. Mark Chester- President Eric Workman-Vice- President Diane MuIrenan-Vice- President Len Keshishian- Treasurer Dave Allain-Secretary 721 The Physical Therapy Club exists to expand the inter- ests and under- standing of the members, in the field of Physical Therapy. Members may become in- volved in social functions as well as learning exper- iences. 9 I 1' , ' r rr ,s Q ...sy ..,,... -. Daniel Sullivan-President Barbara Fortier-Vice- President Donna McKean-Secretary Margie D'Alessandro- Treasurer U Lowell Q... l Physical Fit- . if ness Club is r owned and run , by the stu- l dents at the University. A special effort y is made to ac- J tively involve our alumni and t h i s h a s proved very successful. The club has sponsored a World Cham- pionship which was televised by NBC Sports World last May as well as setting re- cords in var- ious gyms in fm ,- .J rv? ,f' F Murad! H1--L ' :X 5 X ..i'i v, - 4 Mak-lr .Arn 'fv1Yf R' Rljfy if ff" .v the area. J ly x I A b T' yy' '- 0 Q' , 'LB H fl, ' . 'Q 4 - L X ,,- Phil Popat-President Senior Members Mike Grubba Brian Hubin-Vice-President Joyce Pagh Tim Scavone Dave Stuen-Treasurer Sandy Mckissick MHFC THOIUHS Marc Thomas-Secretary Mark Linschaid Joe Brice 222 Jules Baskey Mike Quadri George Kipouras Charlie Barnabas Phil Popat John Pitman Thomas Tighe N gf wif f 1 'wil l fi FLA 331- ,, T l if Q T 4 'vw-ftiliz 'rf I Y- ii ,J PM ,a if mu.. jj I WF' T l 4... a v - is - J A gb 5 'ax -v N , I h K 1 ,A ' Tim Geist I P T' Pi Lam contin- ues to be a social fraternity and al- ways will be. A special congratu- lations to the graduating sen- iors who take pride in the words . . . "Not just for four years. but for a lifetime." Larry Acquarulo-Rex Jim Kimball-Archon Bob Findlan- Marshall Ken Watson-K.O.E. Rick McManimon- Comptroller Jim David- ' Recording Scribe Kevin Day- Corresponding Scribe Tim Dwyer- President Melody Owen-Vice- President Barbara Jenkins- Secretary Barbara Gruber- Treasurer Senior Members Marc Wilson David Taylor Laura Donovan Britton Boughner Karen McCarthy Jon Adams The Rathskellar Board of Directors is Q the controlling force behind major events :- and policies in the Rathskellar. By moni- toring present busi- ness and through fu- ture planning, the Rat Board strives to pro- vide attractions for T our patrons while still maintaining a non- profit organization. Ron Strauss-President Mark Cunningham-Vice President Marketing Jeff Murdock-Vice- President Advertising " ' Joyce ' - Gilman-Treasurer Judy Clarke-Secretary ' Senior Members Dan Danecki . Jeff Murdock Joyce Gilman Bonnie Comley The Sailing Club is devot- ed to exposing students to the sport of sailing, and to strengthen their sailing skills. The club wishes to promote sailing as a life long hobby. Frank Shea, Jr.-President Stephen Bryer-Vice- President Ellen Powers-Secretary Kevin Graves-Treasurer Senior Members Mary Montesalvo Doric Dods Phil Henault Bill Stanton Erin Sheehy Louis Laroque Mike Grubba Brian Hall Jane Relihan Suzanne Lane Steve Keaney Chris Natale Cindy Cragin Joe Pennio Marianne Bonzagni Steve Anderson 224 gb' i X gy wt f . ta- ,,,. .- . .ni v 'QW . K 1 -3 t I' A . a is 'nt v .-r K ,.. J 'K v. X mx jfZ'f T' x xi .M ix-fpitl V IX," "T ATW tiqlj-it-xt' " 91 Yf 'X ' .fy 5 atfsi- with -'Qfllh 3 -x.-, ztwrw b- X ' .X 5 .ffitx-X". , fx I, L' A wvzg-hki 3, NC "Qin Y N35 .Y it-'?iff' l3'2li ' 1r-fl '65 K K X '-'lx x X J' ' xl .e. .f ,xgggl 28 Bob Bale: -9 ' .'S-'if-rin:-3. K: V -2 -' 'ff wa-w'5.vQ- - 1 .Nl 'A 1i,:,-i,1..- ll. i ' "f",x 17- ' -3-1, 'Whit-,x-.g,q1., ,Q ix:-pi... , MH-,.,..v:.. ' 31:Ef:'.i1'3,vf 3'x,.j.v:':. 'QI -Q? '-'giigliixtll R NF' :.f - -s 'ww Q '-A ,x 'L r. V, ,, -,l-V: ,xl ,: .I .J- " " LY. ' ."'iv'-tt new , .2-JJLal5..', ., 4.111 ,,., liar. 4 an ' A x Jae Pnceviek 4 4- Y fi-rf" "I,-'Ku' .. Shrooms by T. C. .Gomez -fff Joanne Botos-President Doreen LaGasse-Vice- President Pam O'Keefe-Treasurer Senior Members Joanne Botos Maura Bell Janet Barton Marlene Casey' Doreen Lagasse Beth Finnegan Sigma Phi Omicron is a Greek letter fra- ternity Iocated at IOS Eleventh Street. The purpose of our frater- nity is to promote an atmosphere conduc- ive to both social and intellectual fulfill- ment. Mark Harrington- President James TuIly-Vice- President Bill Anderson- Treasurer Dennis Tully- Parliamentarian Senior Members Mark Harrington James Tully John Minahan Dave Lamoine John Reis Steve Lidwin James Dewitt Terry Faxon John Picciuto John Biai EN ll l P A 1 Q . l , 'ff Y L T -46.14, I g i fl 5 it 'Zi Josie Cavallaro-President Ronald Russo-Vice-President Charles Patsios-Secretary Donna Depoian-Treasurer Senior Members Maura O Neil Karen Woolfall I' Ton Torra The National Soci- ety of Black Engineers UL was officially formed in April l979 for the purpose of pro- viding a better under- standing of the field of engineering. Gener- al objectives are the development and im- plementation of aca- demic and social pro- grams. Ricky T. Reese-President Steve Bowles-Academics Darren Foster- A Communications Eke Okeke-Corporate Relations Clive Burrel-Treasurer Rudolph Nwana-Secretary Senior Members Ricky T. Reese Gregory Sydney Steven Bowles Chi Kim Beng Darren Foster Millard Mirhell Horace Thompson Alois Gowo Jean Claude Pierre Ben Mbugwa 227 The purpose of the club is to educate the members and other students about the Law and Justice pro- fession and to dis- seminate information about careers in the field. Victoria K. Shalhoup-President Jane Mack-Executive Vice-President Scott Santos-Vice- President Judy Ansara-Secretary Ginny Lanigan-Treasurer Chuck Roscow-Sargent-Ab Arms The Society of Physics Students familiarizes stu- dents with the var- ious fields of Phys- ics through guest lectures, tours, and films. We also pro- vide social interac- tion for physics stu- dents. heIp-ses- sions, and tutoring for those in need. Mary Albee-President Steve Ducharme-Vice President John Moyle-Treasurer Gene Zylkuski- Secretary 228 Q WW- f V---f lf"f'5 mnsr' ' . , ,,f, M "6 no H I GP? t Aralrelll l Dan Daneck L"-..."'.. . .mn.ee.:U M N , , L. A . j gg . H 'W . 3 la i ' ,,,lli V' i 11- The Society of Women Engineers is a non-profit, educa- Mary Ellen Doherty-President service organization dedicated to making known Rebecca Jones-V.P. the need for women engineers and encouraging young women to consider a career in the engineering field. . 1 w , fb' Q-Ps gi' , ill? Tim Geist n I The Society of Manufacturing En- gineers is a student society that inter- faces with the pro- fessional world of Industrial and Man- ufacturing Engi- neers. Activities in- clude guest lectur- ers, field trips, ban- quets, and a Spring picnic. Paul C. Senk-President Scott Dombrowski-V.P. .leff Campbell-Treasurer Tom Fitzpatrick, Ed McNamara- Secretaries 4.0 A. FI . 4 Joe Pecevlsh 229 l ll ly g, l le ll it V, l l il K. i 2 l l l ll lf l ll ls l l il F l l l l l ll il 1 ll ll l i l u 5 ul-Q kb. 1 - N 511' if E WE l 1, David Souza- President i Joan Costello-Vice President ,A It TA Robyn Tarr-Secretary Gail Lennon- Treasurer ' I 1' Q14-.5 , : gy, If H' gf f ' 'jf iii X . , 1, . as 'xi N V LM 3.1.53 hire: . . lx ,P M X, by , xx YS ,YQ Iii Te. lx' 'diff AX The Student Government is an organization instituted to voice enncernsiof the entire student body. The main duties are to the rights and services already attained by the students in strived further to improve conditions in our University. Barb C hnlmeru Martin Grace-President Tom Tighe-V.P. Kathleen Perterson-Secretary Bonnie Comley-Treasurer 231 The Student ln- formation Center is a place where anyone can come and get help and information, This office is manned by responsible and dedicated students trying to make life at the University of Lowell easier for all. Jeff Murdock- Director In an effort to better serve the University, the S o u t h C a m p u s Student Informa- tion Center was established. A f t e r a s lo w start, the South Center, Cstaffed by some real "SIC ies"j is a success. Lynne Travers-Director i 1 'ff gots! Z, 93: '-'il ,di - ' ' r A ie, ' . 2 71, f ' Hg' L-'gf 1 .S i it 2 - f x . QHA9 4 . f X , A' , , ., f ' ,WML ., I , " 'i"' , ' ,, ' . 1 . is nu in Q T if lg' .1 5 . W ' v:lJ I Tivo? ' ' A- xx 1 K ' .fa 7, , ' ,Xlf ' F , I . Lhlb-U 09' I Q S. ,Q Viz -Yves K tl .ff " It , ' lf", .4 ' i 253. th, s,, 232 Exa- Al t ix it Wg? E! I L YN, l-ff" VM. "ff i , 1 ll -Fit '61 hh 12 tai- .'Ste."K e, v' HEY. -:A fail Xe' "- ... ' x I - vi, Q- - -,ff it -1 El- 1? f l 1 Y H EA .ali 1 00, SJ, rwdfv T1 lgvulf' ff."Q5.L - V , f ,J-pg f, .i -4111.5-,.' ' .. X.. Tlx- The Student Union Build- ing Board of Directors is responsible for club room allocations in Fox Hall Cthe first six floorsj and the Stu- dent Union Building on South Campus. Thomas P. Tighe-Chairman Denise Nadeau-Assistant Chairman Karen Lebedzinski-Treasurer Kathleen McLaughlin-Clerk Senior Members: Thomas Tighe Denise Nadeau Deborah Collins Kathleen McLaughlin Karen Lebedzinski 233 The Study and- Travel Abroad club is a group of students with the desire to broaden their horizons educationally and culturally. Stu- dents have stud- ied' in England, F r a n c e , G e r - m a n y , I t a I y . G r e e c e , a n d Spain and many hope to in the near future. 'Our other mem- bers are present- M24 ly studying Abroad. F We of "The Tacky", a unique community of Fools with esoteric inter- ests such as board- gaming, fantasy ad- venture, and alter- nate realities, Wel- come all those hav- ing a mind to join us. David Fowler-President Richard BernklowfV ice- President Pete Makus-Treasurer Werner Durgin-Secretary 234 il. sg. 1? s , gsiyieg , -N. 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A e'-,,,:.p1.-iz, ,i K ' f :Hr-554 ":?'f+. h Q , Q' , 1-Y ' ,,',,,f:.',...'T ' -.f. .."....s-...J i MUKDIIIYCIDIIIU' l'im6lln ., X 1 ' ' A J i l ' .1 . - 1 ig ,- rr: -v U. 1 lg. iiflii I 2 A , 1 'I sl - -t L .1 1514.1 t . tl' "i F -1 'ir y : lf' L , , ,i, '-w-Pgiifg. wists- .Q , ' fi :-,., Y- ,,, 31, , .,. em- l -six V ,,-A 5, T ggi' 'A' :fi "A,i t ,J to v' 'ff' ,., Tom Maroon-President Phil Souza-Vice-President Tom Fitzgibbon-Treasurer Bill Donovan-Secretary Frank Miller-Pledge Trainer Mike McNally-House Chaplain Perry I-lamlyn-Historian Marty Bourque-Seargent at Arms Senior Members Tom Maroon Arthue Tourigny' Tom Morris Tom Fitzgibbon Marty Bourque Bill Donovan Tom Burke The Ulowell Theater Company is an active group of interested and talented University students. rang- ing from Accounting ma- jors to Classical Voice ma- jors. Our main goal is to produce and perform High Quality theatrical produc- tions. This year our perfor- mances include "Wait Until Dark" and "A Little Night Music" fin co-operation 'with the College of Musicj. John Garrity-President Ann O'Donnell-Vice President Nancy Quill-Secretary Rick Vlgent-Treasurer 235 Finally an Ultimate Frisbee Club at Ulowell. This alternative athletic activity promotes free- dom and informality spe- cifically to encourage the spirit and basic joy of play. Hope you catch itl Dean Carson-President Michael O'Neil-V,P. Michael Costa-Secretary- Treasurer A f iw,-4, , I-I 'I 1 l a M it in it ' f """""""'.""3lY-QQ uuuuY!A,nluunq..r1 it i f i -1 The Literary Soci- gg-3 ff, V QT: at Ha ety members are dedi- I. ,y.- ,Q .QQ 0 N cated to fine writing. 'IQ T, C classic literature, en- FM' T lightening philosophi- " cal discussions and, g X Y -----1, above all, to the high- est possible attain- ment of the fine, re- spectable art of party- ingl Kathleen M. Doyle- President Patricia E. Wallace-Vice- President Martha T. Sargent- Secretary Carolyn J. Roake- Tresasurer Senior Members Kathleen Doyle Patricia Wallace Richard Bernklow Sandi Rania Edward G. Gryzb Peter Makus Luanne Marchand Martha Sargent Carolyn Roake Kimberly Clough John Morris James Hayes Joka Ingram Brian McHugh , 02' 'OC Eb 1 'Ni :Lf xf 'sa l -'C 'xl C? X WXX 'WE 'Ju 1 m'2""' Xi V3 3 Tvm G vp " NW ,-w,!,,. , ,Ay 1-ft'---V- my Adfif guufea, AQuc23wu1iffffav w u'b'.fiff.fLflI lf'.Qf'fi' Lf".Q':' Lf"Q"N.!fJ Q 'JJ 751 : F11-" f1'f'i:g,:"5f'. ' L E31 if' ' '- JN: '56,-2 ifL'ifLJ51fJ'Lf-.'L'lQc 3:4 JQEQ '.'Aff'LfULA.fQ'VlLv':' Lf'9'lf, L'L'T'3l'3 'l+."9'w,' Ng-' 3f'5f,":',:-. EA kw 1 E'qiQ"Lf.'5l'if.f:.fLf fG'SL'Lf1.5'L'!w55 .AW f R- m 7 ' in ,Y Q L-5 Q7-fULf!Lf. ,4gaf5f3' .45 :LQ'E'5'.fxiLf -V-. - C1-, ,W , , 2- Jiuawfy Q3 a ' QfgwAe raw Q-f f f o fm . Y !1f!LfLQfb'3if3S-Qfi .-'l'.f.'.'2'i'--L. -..H , A f 49 ff : : ., .. 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Arthur, what did he grumble? the old fan belt starts turning. crackling speakers, the benches are carved beneath bounce off an old man watching the game. who will pour if they're all watching? the bump in the bathroom wall leans out, time for another, play a round. back for another. out to the cold night air, a walk through the acre,z. A Cheryl Alrutz ,,.-5'1" 17" . .. ill QW 2 an ummm QMZQ 4.15253 i W u m ZZMQWZZM A 125552 ,7 . M N 4V ZZ EHIRJ my I VJ , VV wffv If W Z? 4' f . I In Aa . P I I ff, M, Z U A k ,A m 'Q H j , , WJM v 2 0 7152 24 ggi' 56 7' A , 'J V V AUM i..Y l ' f P" 1 f , I N,N . 15.-s .1 -. 'D' X W W Y - 4: X 2 , ff l , . - 52 Aflf I '15 , -fe w . M ' - "x 5' fi ' 4 2 f ' lx. 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I MEN'S INDOOR TRACK Name Class Jeff Arsenault Wayne Arsenault Ed Austin Mark Bashour Bob Belcher Joe Brice Bryan Cahoon Phil Coffrey Grant Davies Art Demers Jeff Desrosiers Peter Dillon Paul Fawcett Tony Gilbert Scott Halquist Chris Herrmann Curtis Hilburn Paul Hillson Micheal Jankowski John Jessop Paul Jezowski Leo Kashian Paton Kelly William King Carmine LaConte Dennis Laorenza Marc Linscheid Larry MacDonald Phil Maia Stuart Marble Bill Morrison Mark Morrison Mike Nelson Rich Niziak Scott Rafferty Tom Rooney Vic Selemme Phil Sanfilippo Bill Squires Brian Squires V Cliff Still Robert Taggart Glen Thomas Bob Vertabedian John Walsh Head Coach: George Event Sprints Mid. Distance Jumps 0 Distance High Jump Shot Put Distance Jimps Hammer Distance Jumps Mid Distance Jumps Mid Distance Hammer Mid Distance Sprints Mid Distance Sprints Mid Distance Distance Mid Distance Jumps High Jump Shot Put Pole Vault Hammer Distance Distance Mid Distance Distance Distance Distance High Jump Distance Sprints Sprints Sprints Distance Distance Sprints- Hurdles Mid Distance Distance Distance Hammer Assistant Coach: Hugh Hamill Managers: Rene LeClaire Leslie Whiting 256 Indoor Track, Cross Country, Bowling CROSS COUNTRY Name Class Mark Bashour Sr Bryan Cahoon Jr Chris DeFronzo So Art Demers Jr Paul Fawcett Fr Tony Gilbert Fr Bill Golon Fr James Hallett Fr Chris Herrmann Fr Paul Jezowski Sr John Lennon Fr Larry MacDonald Sr Phil Maia Jr. Stu Marble So Bill Morrison Jr. Mark Morrison Sr. Mike Nelson Jr. Jim Nicholson So. Scott Rafferty Fr. Brian Squires Sr. Glenn Thomas - Jr. Bob Vartabedian Jr. Head Coach: George Davis Assistant Coach: Hugh Hamill Managers: Rene LeClaire Leslie Whiting Captain: Brian Squires WOMEN'S BOWLING Name Class Maura Bell Sr. Sue Bernella So. Karen Bonita Jr. Kim Clough Sr. Kathi Conlin Sr. Cathy Decoste Sr. Susan Frank So. Cindy Hicks Sr Luanne Marchand Sr Laurie Peters Fr Kathleen Sullivan Fr Cathy Wallace Sr MEN'S BOWLING Name Class Bob Becker FI' Adam Boc 50 Herb Goldberg Fr Tony Grzesik Jr Joe Lasorsa Jr Jonathan Mast Jr Paul Mathes Jr Dave Maxwell FF Kevin Vandever FF Jay Ward FF. Don Zuchowski Fr. 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Only wish for the many A happy one fate- Not from the sun to go astray flt would leave the world undonej James Crawford No. this old rotisserie of creation Is a goodly godly machine I say Here wet and green with dew Only gray where rains do spray But ah- But there are hard cornices Where things may hide Unbeknownst to novices There on the car does ride The wind scoops all form From under structured day Seeled, we're tethered Heaven feathered Through one enormous storm We must find our way. , b g J Ein kv.. I -rr... g My V. with 'AT le lnllllillllulxflflilz-'-'ILuigi ' I 'Wi' is J fe' s ggi. fi '2ile5i1'??"- f 4 Q sez ' f 5 7! .il- But see, dreaming iron, forging mankind sleeps to find points of departure to leap outward to sa ve one 's self is such a thing may be ascertained from the scheme To sa ve one 's self as i said from having to fly around and around in the same little moviehouse Flitting at the bulb and such making shadow shows of silence Sprocketed night on slowly clicks where behind the scene great seeming structures idly set perhaps in the yaw space-gossamer grid-like time shapes Eternity cakes fa lightly frosted trapj catching flier acts, acrobats Jugglers smugglers of sweets eating their way through doughy mountains All in this huge movie-I. ying at night i hear the projector hum which almost sounds like a river the way the water grunting throws itself pellmell over and over like kids on a hill Sporting on the green The imperturbable mass dreams things like this being so young and precocious So young and sprightly it embraces us in the hard night air as We stand like furless software to mimic ancestral plans The unfinished dreams of grandfather kernelled in sleep scores-of waking sounds- of cooling by crack dawn dusk when like tired heroes of nothing special we heavily tread with accomplishment airs The riddle is piddle for pismire on this level of universe-l'm blasted by day Full blown as night falls slam at the theatre door and the movie dies as millions of eyes lie scattered about in enormit y. The starry night leaves a raven at the door One eye on Pallas the other on tesselled time dreaming dreams of motion evermore . . . i l g " s S' c 5 h m 3 9 B r u c e A r a k e I i a n William J. Donovan 295 tizeigtkfgkv W W IDIS farm vxcfi ca fag' Elnkwwkdfa Amd M WLM wmrcfodctow fjow sffoufi sec vm MOL ow Ummm RIAOW W0 :Pdf QW UKOYWW lyke, Me, QLM WYSV lfgflvie, Fatah owe wg oww. cZJ76Tf:01'NclQMlf,07i'J? Eugene O. Picard .b. - ' . Gy- - - W. 4' 'P 3 . 8 We A- .ff fp, sol ... -. - -" "-..-'L ' ...fy - 1 4 . 'F' f . Y -3 fan, " 'f . - -4' 1 "1 .. - T-5: A 'S' "ff'Afw'.s3?-ff "f+"fff'm--' 1, .. J -- f"""' ' I, l . ,R ,:g,',,x..n .Ng GL -fy, 9.5 -. fn , o . ' . 4 .., -Bw-'L1'1YhNvj.,i . 11, ,,.-44 -,,-'LX .: - .Ak 'B -wr I - '- . 'P' 'M' , .- - QQ ,e ..-'- '.., -'l-'- " '.,..r" --'1 not-,M . ' -I 0' 1 ' ull ' , auf' ' " "' . - .f' .-if L. 1 ' ' ,Q ,. -1 -1 , , . .5 .1 . .. . . V -,, .. . . -4-I... ' . .... - . . JU 4' h 4 - 'I gr "' M Gris Mill 297 Maria Dumont L. 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'.'v?i ,--r 'Lili' , , - You Know Its Funny How We Get Caught In Love I Met You A Year Ago- Around That Time When We Were Stomped On By People Who Thought They Loved Us But Those Words Were Just A Line As Time Went On We Found Each Other We Both Knew It Was Wrong But Then Again It Was Right The Other Had You And Well- I Was Waiting For The Prince Charming To Arrive- At Little Late You Might Say In Fact I 'm Still Waiting- l'm Not Bothered lt's Not At All To Me Alarming As Time Went On We Found Each Other We Both Knew It Was Wrong But Then Again While I 'm Writing This Letter Sure Do Hope You Feel Better I Know My Timing For This Just Ain 't Right But The Collar Around Me ls Too Tight I Don 't Mind The Tightness Of Your Love, Hon But l'm Afraid Of The Love I Have For You That't What I 'm Afraid Of Sweetie, l'm Only Trying To Be True Pauline Albrecht I Can 't Deal Wth The Two Way Street I Like To Have My Investments So Complete Don 't Want To Stop You From Having Fun But Yet- Just Thinking About lt- . It Weighs A Ton. As Time Went On We Found Each Other We Both Knew It Was Wrong So Here We Are Trying To Work Things Out Trying Hard Not To Pout Finding It Hard To Break Those Ties Of Love We Make I Know Someone 's Going To Get Hurt The Both Of Us In One Way Or Another My God- I Can 't Help But Think Of Times We Had Each Other I 'm Sorry I Got You Into This Mess I Suppose You Could Say I 'm Doing A Danm Good Job At Your Basic "Self-Pity-Ness" ' As Time Went On We Found Each Other Remember That Phrase--All Good Things Must Colne To An End? It's True But Only The Physical, Our Memories Will Last Li 301 . 45" 'W 'Ar' K' ft?" I X x 'la ' .f' M QQ, L .5a '- x ,ic -4 4- an X if .1 " 44,--.f .-5' IL, 4,5 s-:yur Qual. 4,11 ' 74' L'y4r'7' V ',,'f- if-' f" 's Q 1 1 , lk .'..' :L - - . A' -- . "" N Z .Br ' -s g' I .V '-" Y. 4 7' 'Y .-'Q V7- '-s' .r if f 1 e . iii' ' . A l , ff ,....--- --4 4. ' K ,X ,, . . ...L 'ffl X., , N'Q . , :. v 1 ' ,NYT 7. ,xl f ff'Q"'1 +1-f' f 4'??"-3"' Kflf X N v- 4 .. fig' ' N 1 'Z' x X ' 5. X f'-T Y. x fx, , X. C- x XX VX , , - X ff 1 - ' f X A ' X , - 7 ' '11 - ' . '. ',v', -,R,.,,f-f-1 Q-'y' 4' 3-V , 5 - ., 1, . ,QLYV . ,L ' .gp ""-i.7.,.,'4.:.., Y 1' A X 4 fall 'Ns' .xA Ml 'UW 4 . N Obscure thoughts rustle within my mind of oddle. An unleaven brain swimming in a pool of idiosyncracies and consequences, ones on which I dare not dwell for long. She had waited and I had waited yet it was inevitable that we would would meet again and before our paths crossed. I could not help but embellish the thought of our meeting, to see some hopeful oddment that we overlooked which would somehow fight its way through the rubble of our past. It frightened me yet I was exhilerated. It was nice seeing her smile again. I had almost forgotten what that was like. I smiled too not because I wanted to but because I had to and not because I had to but because there was no other way to ex- press myself I was happy and she was a dancer. A dancer dancing to a different tune. Not mine, but a freer, more melodic tune. Uncaged and in- nocently eager she had taken on new beauty now-she was my friend. And I didn 't fear it any long- er nor did I despair. I revelled in it. The past was far from a fumbled mass of sorrow at which I cringed. Memories were no longer a cross to bear. As I looked at her she 304 sang and my eyes were a cam- era that clicked at every re- semblance of the past. The fa- miliar room was even smiling at me and the walls offered me a cinematographic review of our year together that was honest and heartwarming. I was beige C almost orangej and she was beige I almost orangej and we were no longer closing in on each other. There was room between us, room to breathe, room to respect, room to admire, and most of all room to wonder. And so I left that room and her, unlike I entered, invigor- ated, certain, and spiritually moved. I had been witness to a most wonderful meta- morphisis. Wnter was draw- ing near, but it seemed the springtime. She was the new- born butterfly flirting with the breeze. I was the interpreter. I had purpose. Without me she would be the sunset with no one to take in its beauty. She would be the fine book with no reader. She did not intend to cast her image yet I had a mind now that couldn 't re- ceive it. We need no invoca- tions, we blessed ourselves in an embrace and parted, not forever, and not for any de- termined length of time, but until we met again. Barb and Dave November -I, IQSO Susan M. Newton You My Friend, Are A Drifter . . . You Have Touched My Life As You Have Others . . . And Drifted Wth Just A Whisper Of Reality Left For Me To Hold. You Have Touched Down Upon My Heart And Taken Flight Ever So Softly Leaving Behind The Gentle And Beautiful Moments For Me To Treasure. There Are No Bonds That Prevail There Are No Ties That Bind Save For The Subtle Bond That Will Always Remain Between Us 1 For Us To Hold And Treasure As We Walk Through The Experiences Of Our Lives. I I I I I f I 4 3 I I I I If n. .sl I r 752335, -. i'4!!.ll I C. Gomez ,Q gm XJ Z-,. 1 I ,' .A I P TS Have you ever noticed all the plants around campus. You find them in the of- fices of your major, the office of your BIIIDAI advisor, the offices of the deans, and even in the dorms or homes that we live in. They bring life to a room. It reminds me that we must always remember na- ture. Harmful chemicals and radioactive wastes may destroy all living things. We as students must always keep in mind that we must work with nature rather than against it. Hopefully we will some- day learn enough to make this possible. I 'A 5 if J. li Fereira, Jr. Love With Me Sit VWth Me And Tell Me What Is On Your Mind. Do Not Be Afraid In Your Honesty. Though I May Not Agree, I WGII Never Forsake You. For How Can We Understand If We Do Not Listen? Stand Mth Me And Tell Me What You Want To Say. Yes, I Am Interested. Do Not Feel That I Am Not Concerned. For Would There Ever Be A Friendship If We Did Not Care? Walk Wth Me And Place Your Thoughts In Mine. You Are Important And Your Dreams Are Precious. For How Can We Be Equal If We Do Not Share Our Lives? Talk With Me And Tell Me That You Need Me. Do Not Be Frightened, For I Need You Also. ls It Two That Will Live. For Can One Survive Alone? Love Mth Me And Share All My Happiness, As I May Share In Yours. Do Not Be Afraid To Touch Me, To Kiss Or Embrace Me. For What Can We Gain If We Cannot Live And Love Together? And Alone, Where Would We Be At All? Barb Chalmers Extensions In A Colorful Array She Gazed At The Experiances One Step Beyond the Colors Were Inviting Newity Dashing Forth From Youth. Seeing Her, He Stood In Silent Observation She Caught A Glimpse Of His Figure -A Smile Defined Her Thoughts Mixed Experiance Was Inviting-As Was He They United: She Experienced-He Defined Himself They Grew In Each Direction The Ways Their Hearts Wishes They Touched-Funnelling D Experiance To Each Other . . . f 7 X h 3 ii- 1 I .x ' F he 3 I1 1 ff F . I - ' A m C e h THE sofoumv 5929 STAFF or 'sl Editorial Board E B d k a i Q XX I' t - b 0 I ., , r Y .xxx C F Q . I' I S e f K s 3 e vv I' I1 2 , . I1 I Q 0 N. F ' fsxjf I - i S ' ki H Q f ff 0 C c C F h I i o S ff-f I1 M 3 I, e n Y i J O e r a I1 B H C a t S -nw.-7 S Ii eo I1 Y I .a-. 0 lf" " 1 N . 1 x . X ,Ik x X I w W x ' Q- ' , K gg- 4,- ,- X 3 Nr- . Q s 33 . X., f Y L ,r yu, -f 1 '.1 1 , L Qi 1,1 I-i i A if Hx , 5 Lf 5 'IB v. r Q I 'C tux A , , f'fl, ' ' ,l .. N 'ii I 'l fe' 4 Y vi- .-itifi V vr--.L K ' , .r 1+ . 1-' if-V, 2,2 . 37',':: :-,H 53:1 f Mf. uf , '-lf' 34 ' J 4- F '- lg,-P '-wir .7 ' .I-I 1 1,1 f .V I :Q L, t ig- 4 , . . 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I I 1 ' 1 Haw: X pLo'TcTfWf H9211 The pace is crippling.-The Dun- geon In the woods is Perpetual Youth. -Ralph Waldo Emerson No matter how fast a fish swims. he never sweats. -DonaId.Adams Go to the village green and let the people decide. -Albert Einstein If I told you what it takes to reach the highest high, you'd laugh and say nothings that simple. -The Who I don't smoke it, I just buy it for my sister. Tickling away, the moments that make up a dull day. fritter away the hours in an offhand way. -Pink Floyd I said, You must be joking sonl Where did you get those shoes-7 -Steely Dan I don't get mad . . . I get even. Thank God it's Fryeday!! Hartleys Second Law. Never sleep with anyone crazier than yourself. What sholde he studye and make hiselven wood . . . Chaucer Trans- lation: Why should he study and make himself crazy?!! The Sophomores Creed: The more you study, the more you know. The more you know, the more you for- get. The more you forget, the less you know. So why study? You have to be trusted by the peo- ple you lie to, so that when they turn their backs to you, you'll get the chance to put the knife in.-Roger Walters I'm a psilocybin pony. you're a flick fandango phoney, it's a stickey contradiction. -Ric Ocasek 314 -HKD- " K 4.1, ar. - 1. .lv-.. --.. 3 nberger -. Q "' fr. -I ,5 in--..-...a 0 ,-- . 5, JA '. . ,. ' -' 1 ' v I4 '- nq . R , 040- :fx '11 1 - I, ,1 ' 40 " Q . - A . f' ,- v-. -- -if , - I X, ,,-- -, ,Q r .iw lo" ',', I - A V ul . ,f-5-.-nl' 7, 'XC ' . A:-, -sveksz-,J L ' A--, ,,,. , '. ,- . ' N A- f 3:2- -nn , J - Y I-'l l.. . -.4.. , l. - f 4-: . N ng'-, -P., ... s , w A 'I , 33: , -- ,,,.- . -'- Q Hr- - V ', Q' f " -1,-,pf -Yi - -2 si "- 2 ... --- .sa - iff' f --5-T-232"' "r-ff- A 5, -L7 ' ff? ,, "-32' -' YI, ,p - Y. - .. 4 - --' ' 9- LJ X -" ' 'E I If ,' '- ' V , " .f.k'5 , - .3 ' Ia, ' , A 'E -' 7' E . 15" -v0"i', . 'f' 'J " "" '-i 'K - " W V U 1 5 5,1-Qjfff' " itljxg-lar .I .. "' - ' ,.-:"4"', 'ETE-gl '..c g X u . . ' 'C - . f , --Q f'l , 'gg 4,43 ' ',..f'.3'l'l' - , pi ' - . -r"'- . - W -!'- sg - ' , fe 3 v , ef 43. 7-ry?-x . K 'U'-' ti? '- .Y f 'Te 33 ' '- at Q-, -' . ,gifs M - . Qui-ef ad! A "' . . ' 'v I N92 If More Popular than Christ. -John Lennon Have some coke and smile. -Beast Let is snow, let it snow, let it snow.-Cocaine It may be raining, but there is a rainbow above you. You better let somebody love you, before it's too late. -Eagles What is everywhere yet is no- where? Try not to be a man of success but rather a man of value.-Albert Ein- stein Man ultimately decides for him- selfl And in the end, education must be education toward the abil- ity to decide. -Viktor Frankl lt's not what life does to you, it's what you do with life that counts. -Bruce C. Dainter Each to hisfher own way-I'II go mine. Best of luck with what you find, But for your own sake, re- member--times we used to know. The uncompromising cry of truth is often silenced by the indisputa- ble voice of authority.-Dan Keeney ME '82 Any age is a lovely age to bel I have learned that to be with those I like is enough.-Walt Whit- man To err is human. to forgive is not school policy . . .-TGK lf you love something. Set it free. If it comes back to you, It's yours If it doesn't, It never was. I wish I didn't know now what I didn't know then. - "Against the Wind" 315 N92 11 You can't see the forest for the trees. If you want to be an original, you must suffer things out originally. -Charles Bear lt's a rare and special thing to find a friend who will remain a friend for- ever. Good bone!-The Wizards The unexamined life is not worth liv- ing. -Socrates lt is easier to beg forgiveness then it is to ask permission. Nothing is more frightening than ig- norance in action. Hanging in utter weakness on the cross. Christ revealed the divine meaning of man's being.-J. Metz I can guaran-dam-tee it. -Bill Ban- nister Better to die on one's feet than to live on one's knees.-Albert Camus You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him discover it within himself.-Galileo lf man tried to take his time on earth. and prove before he dies what onelife could be worth, well I wonder what would happen to this world. . . -Harry Chapin Boogie til ya pluck!-Dennis T. Dieu Dans Sa Colere-Our Punir Les Humains-Envoya Sur La Terre Triumph is just a little "Umph" ad- ded to try. The best and the most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart. There is only one thing certain in this life. Death 316 1 ...f .rg .9 'Rl 1 .ggi ., ff -"- fa XXX ' W W N1 I K I N9 2 fl Loneliness is a power that we posses to give or to take away for- ever. -Jon Andersonfflhris Squire Life can be pastoral, yet at the same time an apocalyptic revela- tion. Definition of a drug: Any sub- stance when injected into a rat, produces a scientific paper. Sometimes I feel so weak I want to explode. -Bruce Springsteen If pro is the opposite of con, then progress is the opposite of con- gress. Have no qualms or fear of intrepi- dation, The vicissitudes I have en- countered have elevated me to in- numerable heights of intellegence, if I may be so pedantic.-The Three Stooges Life is just one damed thing after another. Time is inert.-Costos Solouporag- Iuov The larger the island of knowl- edge, the longer the shoreline of wonder.-Sockman Mad Dog!!!-T. Bradleyfj. BaIlf.l. Williams Hugo's 2nd Rule of Life: Keep your eye on the ball, your shoulder to the wheel. your ear to the ground. Now, try to work in that position. "Take your little brother swim- ming with a brick, that's all right."-Brian May Life is what happens while you're making mistakes. I've had enough of being good, of doing what I'm told I should.- John Entwistle Anything worth having is worth cheating for.-W.C. Fields W nglu I can't sleep 'cause by bed's on fire. Don't touch me I'm a real live wire.-Talking Heads White Punks On Dope . . .-The Tubes What a strange, long trip it's been. It's just impossible to stuff a Cadillac up your nose, it's just impossible. -Steve Martin Regarding Sexfl think the final act is over-rated, Or maybe it gets just the rating it deserves-great. But it's the intrigue of the chase that makes lt. Vengeance-Eye for an eyes tooth for a tooth, a fair, satitfying, and rap- id way to a sightless, toothless world. The only things set in concrete are hardened criminals.-Dr. Ted The world is not what I think, but what I live.-Merleau Ponty Procrastination makes as easy job harder-Procrastinatel The eye with which I see God is the eye with which God sees me.-Meis- ter Eckardt Failure is the path of least persis- tance. Sometimes silence makes the best conversation. Only one who can see the invisible can do the impossible. The most effective way to cope with change is to help create it. The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it. You grow up the first day you have the first real laugh at yourself.-Sa- lada Lines Wisdom is the ability to discover al- ternatives. 318 l- - 3, 5-Q g ,,...u.1g ' - . : -:I ii ll ------2' H9211 The reasonable man adapts himself to the worldg the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself Therefore all progress de- pends on the unreasonable man.- .lohn Tanner To live is to live, to die is to be for- gotten. Thats alll can stands, and I can't stands no more.-Popeye the Sailor Man Never before in history have so many people understood so little about so much.-James Burke Sometimes you eat the bear and sometimes the bear eats you.-Med Techs Something has to go down in this school, and it's either you or your marks.-Danonymously Ain't nothing in nobody's religion says ya gotta love a pigeon.- Gramps If I told you you had a nice body, would you hold it against me? Come live with me and be my love and we shall all the pleasures prove.-Christopher Marlowe Love cannot be forced, love cannot be coaxed and teased. lt comes out of Heaven, unmasked and unsought.- Pearll Buck Say Candi and Ronnie have you seen them yet? Oh but they're so space- dout.-E. JohnfB. 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