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

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' ,A-J fi, 4, 'ir' L" -'-i ' f" 05' f I Y- x- "I , - A A fl. if -uigu'-if-. , I g:ff'V ,... 51511 -sr fx 'X College, it's notjust 'lgoing to school", it's a way of life, an adventure. But make no mistake-it's not all wild times, there are plenty of maddening frustrating moments along with bouts of sheer boredom. These are all part of what some like to call "continuing education." Some elements of the college experience are sharply restricted by where you live-the dorms, an apartment, or tperish the thoughti at home. Others, however, are univer- sal to all who attend tto qoute one cynical professori "the temple of learning." Consider if you will the chaotic phe- nomena known as REGISTRATION. No one can escape the world of white IBM cards, pink registration cards, blocked schedules, cancelled classes, and of course the gargan- tuan waiting lines. And woe to the student who owes money to the bursar or has an overdue library book. These poor souls get a quick lesson in "How to Talk Your Way Out of Anything." The good news is that registration only occurs twice a year. The bad news is that registration is followed by an equally discouraging event called BUYING BOOKS. The object of this game is to buy all the books you need while spending the least amount of money possible, and of course, avoiding the treacherous lines both inside and outside the book-store. The tricky part is doing this before the book-store runs out of the books that you need. Occasionally a student survives both registration and buying books only to find that he wants, for some reason or another, to switch classes. This is called ADDfDROP. Addj Drop can get seriously complicated because step one often requires a student to be in two places at once so that he can drop one class and add another, and of course both classes meet at the same time. lndustrious students quick- ly leam the lesson, "How to Forge the Professor's Signa- ture." Step two involves finding your advisor so that he too can sign your addfdrop slip. Some students actually suc- ceed in their quest, while others leam i'l'low to Forge Your Advisor's Signature." The semi-final step in this process is making a pilgrimage to that great mecca-The Registrar's Office. Here the student is once again confronted with seemingly endless lines, which lead up to semi-automated secretaries who will stamp your addfdrop slip to make them i'Of'licial." South campus students often find the cross-river trip too disheartening and for this reason have come up with the idea of a "Designated Dropper fDDJ." The DD is usually paid by those who realize he is venturing to the North. The final step of addfdrop is taking carbon copies of the addfdrop slips back to all the people whose names the student probably forged, and consequently he will probably skip this step. Once a student had completed tand forgotteni addfdrop, it comes back to haunt him. The Bursar, a diety close in rank with The Registrar, sends each student a pretty pink bill charging him 55.25 for each of the pretty blue slips he gave to the semi-automated secretaries. Sooner or later the student plows his way through the prelilminaries and actually GOES TO CLASS. Going to class tdo not pass go, do not collect 5200.007 is a great past time of college students everywhere. lt can be played two ways depending on the status of the course. lf a course is re- quired, the number of students enrolled in the lecture out- number the number of seats in the lecture hall two to one. lfa class is an upper level elective, the amount of seats will outnumber the students three to one. ln the fonner of the two, a professor's creativity is challenged. He must think of new and exciting ways to scare off, or flunk out two thirds of the class. Fortunately for unfortunatelyi this practice is generally restricted to freshman engineering and physical therapy classes. ln the latter of the two, a student's creativ- ity is challenged, he must discover ingenious ways to con- vince the professor he is attending classes, even if he is not. This brings us to another great past-time of college stu- dents known as SKIPPING CLASS. There are no mles for skipping class: it can be done anytime, for any reason, and as often as preferred. A student is expected, however, to pay the consequences if he still has not leamed "How to Talk Your Way Out of Anything." Skipping class is not so much of an art form as are the reasons for doing it. 'ill was sick, my grandmother for some other relativei died, my car wouldn't start," and ul overslept" are examples of com- 5 l mon one-class absence excuses. For several absenses the student must come up with less trivial excuses such as, i'l've been having personal problems, l was going to quit school but changed my mind," and the all-purpose excuse, "l had mono." Professors aren't really interested in why the student missed class anyway-hejust wants to know when the work will be made up. After all, why do you think professors tell you how many "unexcused absenses" stu- dents are allowed in the first place? Many students feel their college experience is not com- plete if they haven't live in a dorm. Unfortunately for them, here at the University ofLowell we don't have "dorms," we have Hresidence halls." For some strange reason the ad- ministration has done away with the "don'ns." lt is thought, however that the two experiences are similar. Roommates. By whim of some computer hidden away in the Dean of Housings ofiice, students are paired off as roommates. Unlike some schools that try to match up compatible roomies iSimular to computer datingl the Uni- versity of Lowell throws names into the computer and each student comes out assigned to a small cube inside of a bigger cube. Those students who are not fortunate enough to get a room are then put on Tl'lE WAITING LIST. WHILE SENTENCED TO "wait" for an inderrninate amount oftime, these students miss out on some of the finer points of residence hall life. While each hall has its own peculurlari- ties, they all have two things in common. The least danger- ous is the weekly visits from the Lowell fire department for the FIRE DRILLS. Fire drills occure with tno pun intendedl alarming frequency, and seem to have a propensity for Thursday nights. Students are rudely jarred awake by the steady bleating of the fire alami and forced to stumble, bed-clad, down the stairs out into the night. As if this were not bad enough, once the firefighters, fully equipped with axes and rubber coats, deem that there is no fire, students must haul themselves back up the stairs to the comfort of their beds. This is an especially traumatic ordeal for those who live in Fox hall upper towers. No one enjoys trekking up 18 fiights. The second is THE MEAL PLAN. For anywhere from 5600.00 to 5900.00 students can buy little plastic cards with their names and pictures on them. The little card allows students to eat specified food at specified times. The average meal consists of mystery meat with gravy, water-logged vegetables, super spuds, cookies, cake or choice of carbohydrate, and a non-alcoholic beverage. All students who live in the residence hall must purchase the meal plan. Meanwhile, at "Bogus" and "Leitch", some lost soul is trying to get into the building, but can't, because he lost his SENSOR CARD. Sensor cards were designed to keep non- residents out, and to a point have succeeded, except that they also keep residents out. Some students choose to live off-campus in buildings oumed by people called SLUMLORDS. The average slum- lords own vast amounts of properties and makes vast amounts of money by renting to students. Typically, the average student apartment has ugly paneling on the walls, rotting linoleum on the kitchen floor, moth-eaten rugs on the remainder of the floors, leaky plumbing, mice, and rooms the size ofa Fotomat booth. The apartment experi- ence is supposed to give the student a taste of "real-life" responsibilities. ln all actuality it teaches them to stay in school so that they won't have to live in a "college" apart- ment forever. Other students live at home and are called COMMUTERS. Commuters are often pitied because they have to get up early to drive into school, and face a drive home at the end of the day. ln all actuality commuters do not dread the drive to and from school. Their true nemesis is the parking lot: they face a daily battle called PARKING. "The Early Student Gets the Space" is the motto of the commuter. For 55.00 a student can purchase a parking sticker from the campus police. This, however, does not automatically guarantee the student a parking space. Left to their own devices, commuters invented the game "create a space," which is also known as "creative parking." The rules ofthe game are very simple. After traversing the lots for a Hlegal 6 .fi-r 'C 1 ff 3 51 . I s . -ff 'Stiff-'-'ff N.,,H,,,f"" , 1? AL Qi. .. fm W.-. en -.i - a 1:- if f 2 space" and finding none, students are allowed to park their cars in any available space in the immediate area. The object of the game is to avoid the evil parking monsters. The less dangerous of the monsters is "ugly Rita-meter maid." Rita dispenses little orange tickets which charge students 510.00 for parking where they shouldn't have. Students usually ignore the little orange tickets, or they use them bookmarks. The real terror of commuters is the dreaded Hliamikazee towing monsters." The Kamikazees sneak up on unsuspecting cars, take them hostage, and hold them for ransom. Students are forced to pay the evil Chief Kamikazee if they want their cars in one piece. Unfor- tunately sometimes even if they pay the ransom their cars are never quite the same again. Some say the highlight ofa student's college experience is the "social life." The college social life can be divided into two categories-on-campus partying and off-campus partyting. On-campus partying is usually censored in some way but is still quite popular-especially with under-age drinkers. Off-campus partying is more expensive and re- quires an l.D. of some sort, yet it too remains popular- especially with underage dnnkers. The majority of on-campus partying is organized by peo- ple students refer to as Greeks. Greeks are not necessarily descendents of the Hellenic race, rather they are a breed unto themselves. By day the Greeks are like most stu- dents-they go class, they skip class, they study, but un- like other students they are required to do many "good deeds," to make up for all the partying they do by night. ln spite ofall the other activities they do, Greeks are still land with pridel regarded as the party experts. The remainder of on-campus parties are held in the residence halls, and are forbidden by the administration, which is why Greek parties and off-campus parties are better attended. Some off-campus partying occurs in apartments. The idea here is to cram as many students as possible into the apartment so they all can worship the silver-god called THE KEG. Students spend their time qualiing dovm as many beers as possible before the keg is empty. Once the keg is empty they seek out a new party or they go to a club. Clubs are popular because of the live entertainment, dancing, but mostly because of the cheap beer?l. Due to the stricter laws pertaining to alcohol, many students avoid clubs because they are either underage or they don't want to have to dnve home. ln any case, if a student has thoroughly leamed "How to Talk Your Way Out of Anything," club paryting is ideal. The college experience culminates in GRADUATION. Many college students never get to experience graduation, but for those that do it, it must be a memorable moment. After all, what could top off hours of languishing away in the sun, wearing a black tent on your body and a black bookend on your head, while listening to someone too far away to see, say how proud he is of each and every one of you. Stephanie Marie Rose Burke 8 1 i 'Y 1 - 'C 'Sl Y . as .vp ,bw ... I -0 1 1-Q' '. J A -5 g bt-Us THE AU. NIGHTER C . ,. -V ll-,i--,,V Wu When your eyes start to bum and your body starts to shake, you know it's time. When you're down to your last cup ofdiet Coke and your blood is over 40 percent cafline, you know it's time. When the sun comes up before you lie doxm, you know it's time. That's when you know it's time for bed. Unfortunately, the college experience couldn't be complete without describing something many students have experienced --the 'all-nighter'. Most college students pull at least one all nighter during finals orjust before finals when everything is due. It seems that professors all get together to devise schedules that deprive students of sleep. Most all-nighters happen spontaneously which makes them all the more exciting. Everything be- comes a race against time. Without planning to stay up much later, the student looks at the clock and insists he'll make it to bed by 2 a.m., but an hour later he extends it to 4 a.m. After realizing that he still isn't done, the student makes a last- ditch effort to finish by deciding to stay up all night to finish. The rest of the day becomes a blur for the stu- dent that pulls an all nighter--a direct result of sleep deprivation. People talk to him but he doesn't remember the conversations. He walks from one class to the other but doesn't remember sights along the way. He ends up unrolling the window while driving to prevent himself from fall- ing asleep at the wheel. That buming question kept going through his mind, 'lWas it really worth it?" College students from Massachusettes to Cali- fomia all know what it feels like to wait until the last minute and to try to finish it all by doing one thing...Pulling the all nighter! Pattie Cullum 10 .- --r""! 5' '-' fig, ff ,J .. 4' -1 41. Q! as-f WL . f'gf - xg vw X 5 Q ,.,2f 1 Mm fx gli -cw' T HING L Tl-lE LIMITS ,,--'f' Miniwanca in Shelby Michigan was the place where ten University of Lowell students were sent to attend the National Collegiate Leadership Conference. Each student was chosen from different parts of the university to develop a well-rounded group of student lead- ers. Everyone had different backgrounds, most had different majors, and nobody really knew each other. The only thing they had in common was the fact that they would be at- tending this conference on the shores of Lake Michigan. v. -N -r,. . 'XJ lfffsf 5 , 1 it . .. L -- 'N FF, -. fi-Q' 4 I , in i b ,fm .4 W Q' Ac.. Nia-Q I.. , H U EH U 5? 'IME ei IE. ' ,gg 4 'N Q if l I y 'Xi ' ' -5 x. its 1 rs 4 lx.. -Q-'-2 I5 lx 1 W? fd-l 9 L5-. The chosen group consisted of Mark Cabral, As- sistant to the Director of Residence Life, Jeff Chal- lenger, President of National Society of Black Engi- neers: Lisa Cuoco, President of the Residence Hall Association: Pattie Cullum, Editor-in-Chief of the Connector: Bob Czamiak, Activities Commision Di- rector, Don Gagnon, Vice President of the S.G.A.f Pam Jones, a Resident Advisor of Fox Hall, Peter Murphy, President of Phi Psi: Sean Noonan, Presi- dent of lFSCp Mike Pauley, President of the Class of 1987: and Dean Thomas Taylor, Assistant Dean of Students. They assembled at Concordia Hall on August 7th with sleeping bags, bug repellent, and all the provisions needed for a week of camping. August 8th at 4:50 a.m. was the time they all left in a van for their long 2 day drive to Michigan. Although they knew they were going to a camp, they never expected such rustic conditions. The cabins had canvas tarps to cover the windows and there were bunk beds with very thin mattresses. The only thing showing any ties to the outside world was the running water and electricity in the bathroom, The bathroom was found by traveling dovim a long path through the sand. But the rustic conditions and cool weather didn't dampen the students fun. The University of Low- ell's group was among ten colleges and universi- ties from all over the United States chosen to par- ticipate in this conference. The days started when the sun rose and ended far after it set, but each day was a leaming experience filled with fun and excitement. Each day consisted of core sessions that caused the students and advisors to use their bodies and mind. Classes on group dynamics, personal bal- ance and integrity, as well as the anatomy of lead- ership were taught. Throughout the conference students were taught to structure their lives to include the four phases of life - physical, mental, social, and religious. Everyone was asked to evalu- ate their omm lives to decided which phase needed to work on to balance out a healthy way of living. There were swim races and sailing, windsurfing and treasure hunts. But a lot of leaming was done when each college team was forced to stretch the limits of their physical and mental capabilities on an outward bound obstacle course. Each college worked together both individually and as a team to overcome many physical and psychological obsta- cles. They were only as strong as their weakest person and as fast as their slowest. A trust fall at the end saw each person fall backwards from a high platfoml and into their teammates arms. This pulled out each others fears and caused everyone to develop a trust in themselves as well as each other. The week was an emotional rollercoaster touch- ing on issues dealing with bumout, workaholics, trust, developing working groups, and leaming ef- fective leadership skills. These student leaders could relate to one another because most had experienced many of the same issues and prob- lems. Everyone left a better person and met many new friends along the way. The conference was sponsored by the American Youth Foundation and along with a tenific staff, everyone worked to make the conference a success. - Patricia Anne Cullum 125 , Y - - - 1U pq ""' ll 71 li Il II ll ll QC 1 , of 4 I Lg, rv' 5.4 I. 4 T i 5. 4,1 g Xxfx- Ml' , If I l , N i , 1 , 4 ' : - I if 4-1 . Iv bi- 2 ia E-,I - Q ., -521 v' , ff., - .4 me 5f1a2,'ff"'f , J' -' 16 ---,Y ,L Eff Jn. I sl es. M52 'lp 10 . V... 4-'vc 9' 4, F A., ,Q .,-.1 M "'Nnf'f."'W. x 5. ,. I v ,. Nl . 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'fu -3 , . Sri ,Ti 1- ' . .xx - , f . 'QA 33, + CJ JJFISIJHJ U 911119 J' ll l'll ll! Ei fl - ,fn If I I fl: wma" 1 Z' 7 J"'l'l F F535 f "' x. Y , l A .'Q'xd4--1 - Construction has inconvenienced all of us at one time or another wheth- er it be during the early moming or aftemoon commute or simply travel- ing dovlm Pawtucket Street between campuses, always seemed to be some construction going on that would make us late for class or influ- ence us to skip the class altogether. Well, it is doubtful that there will ever come a time when there is no inconveniencing construction hap- pening in Lowell, all that we can do is wonder what ULowell would be like without it. Tim Cameron un. -gluf .ff 5'2Q1.f'1 F1 S M -Q pid + A"'A"-': 'fiy.-'!?" 'L I ff-Q 1' ff, :L 6' . I - .Y QJA A Er! , i Q I if gr! 2 7 - Q 1 Q 4 ng 1 xii. V, "lt was a calm Camival. There was the traditional wamm-up behind Leitch and the beer-tender wore coconuts. The day came crisp and clear--the Biology Club had a rat-race, the French Club sold crullers, and the Activities Commission gave away spiked watermelon. There were wine coolers, Syrian subs, tacos. Orleans played, so did Aztec 'Iwo-step and Beaver Brown. They were able to open Broadway Street about 7:OOpm. Most of the crowd had gone, leaving the Townies, the litter, and the sleeping soldiers." ilixcerpt from Sojoum 19779 n 1l '77 ' L-l?-V - ,FQ , , v vggpn I .14 I I 1 SPRINI5- DUE TO LACK OF A SPRING CARNIVAL NO PHOTO AVAILABLE IN 1987 E'HRNIVfHIa '87 WANNALAN CI T ome members of the class of 1987 were among the first to attend com- puter science classes in the Wanalan- cit Mill Building. University rental of class- room space in the newly renovated mill, 1-""'g marks the very beginning of a list of pro- posed changes and additions to the univer- sity. Yet, by the time that funding will be acquired and construction completed on these projects, the class of '87 graduates may have been in the work force eight years. The rental of classroom space in the Wanalancit Mill Building is a precursor to the acquisition by the university of a ten- acre mill complex known as The Lawrence Mill Complex. Located off Aiken Street on the university side of the Aiken Street bridge, the new mill campus will be the new site of the College of Engineering, the Computer Science department, and the Center for Productivity Enhancement. Some parking, a library, and a campus cen- ter will also be created at this site. The need for expansion to the University of Lowell is detailed in a study done in 1984-85, which indicated that the universi- ty, at that time, lacked some 400,000 square feet of necessary academic space, and may lack as much as 650,000 square feet by 1995. F.,-r v-fft, if if Among the mills the university intends to purchase is the oldest mill in Lowell, a twin tower mill which was built in 1850. This mill is on the National Historic Register and will be renovated rather than be demol- ished. Other mills may be torn down for courtyard space or be renovated to ade- quately equip the buildings for the courses which will be held there. Other changes projected for completion within the next ten years include: the movement of the College of Management to the south campus and the relocation of the schools of arts and sciences to north campus. Additional dormitories and park- . V l , 213- f"- .if KE' "7 V f e' ' "" Q Y!-"' 2 Q - t, as g ing facilities are also underway. But don't complain because our class has missed the use of parking garages . . . be grateful that we won't be here during its construction! Sue Damiani NOTE: Due to a severe fire in the mill complex in March 1987, usage of the mills as specified in the preceding article may be altered. J 55 orth Campus 4-gf:-w'.'IQ'Q , " yy , .V 4 D CUM 3' f,..- f-"" FUI 2 .f-"'I,-'r f A-"jg, A ai' HA L' L X iL Qu, sm -Q A L34-43:49 , gl, -xml . Af: .aff it .mf -i'.-.- 52 x 1 . 'S1.'. a . -H ,-.,---- ir . . 1 -nj". 11,5 b, .Ny,1- . A '1-1' :gi E' 12: 'P' P . . " A .2 ' A' 1 'X-A 4 9' gv, 1" -fwgk 9 Sli 1 QQ at Q i 1 3 .-:- -U.. 1. --run: ,-.5--ul n-s .- 9 1 PA gi? 4 ,. 9 7 " Q Q- .. an ,g -' n. 4,1 " 'fa- -1 .----, if 11 1-Y-U, fr -Z 'JL ' 5 3 -" :gr -:- V Ani. - -' . . J , 17.,' '-N .l. ',g'!,i,! 1 , r" '. , Y 'r- ' r T f.. ' .gg yas- - 23964 4 ' f-'Y 'v "rf , ' -"5 -z F-Y,-p R - Ai- K xgi -H A AA 'Z vi. ' li iq., ,V . - x 1 F .A 1 ,Y I V f - - ,, J.-ef ' 1- , H I T N v"4 ' I. I. . 4, , V , . , N x . ' . ,'n-- J? , v 'J-li i . , . ,l-" .. - --,K 1-LZ Ll- ,, -Q.- ,.15,.:1 . A-. -wif' f - ' . 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Dr. McCiauvran attended Lowell State College for her undergraduate work and completed her mas- ter's and doctors degree at Boston University, where she taught courses in her major fields, Mea- surement and Evaluation. The first grade was Mary McC1auvran's first teach- ing assignment and she served as a master teach- er in the Plewton Public Schools, with five and six year olds, while acquiring her advanced degrees. President Daniel O'Leary of Lowell State College persuaded Dr. McC1auvran to retum to Lowell State and assume the responsibilities ofan instructor in Measurement and Evaluation to older students-- those who were preparing to teach. Simultaneous- ly, she served as Director of Admissions before advancing to Dean of Administration for both Low- ell State and the University. Finally, in 1977, she was appointed to the position of Vice President for Student Affairs. Since her days as a student, Dr. McCrauvran has been a leader. Her Career is a testimony to the power of high calibre professional performance. Dr. McCxauvran enjoys a national reputation in her professional expertise--Test Development and Measurement and Evaluation, but, even more im- portant, she enjoys a reputation in the University community as an uncommonly fair, sensitive and straightforward administrator who has been a steadfast supporter and advocate of students. How almost full circle in her career, Dr. McCrauv- ran will resume her role as Professor to beginning elementary teachers in the College of Education in the Fall of 1988. M. Virginia Biggy DIC X Y Asl- f " f-'fi' :,.1Qfi" . , -12.3. f ,. 4 -M, ya.: 4 1 , wx gp Z 7 i Q ,:,. . NF 7-5 vi iw ' 4. 2' s 1-Q A Nl - .gf is if ,rfb 2 K Eff ,, 1 'v DIC DR. PATRICIA A. GOLER DEAN COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Dr. Patricia A. Goler, Dean of the College of Lib- eral Arts retired this year after thirty years at the University of Lowell. She came as an instructor in history, advanced through the academic ranks to professor and chairperson of the History Depart- ment and, in 1975 at the creation of the University of Lowell, she was named Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. She has served in this position longer than any other college dean in the University. As a teacher and administrator she has played a significant role in the growth and change in the institution, from her start at what was then a small college offering degrees only in the field ofelemen- tary education to the modem, multi-purpose Uni- versity of today. She has touched in a very special way the lives of many hundreds of students and faculty over these years and her contributions in the class- room, to the world of scholarship and to the bet- terment of the University are recognized by all who have known and worked with her. Less well known to the students are the many years of committed and inspirational leadership to the community outside the University and to the cause of educa- tion for all the citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusettes. Two honorary degrees awarded to Dr. Croler by other colleges and universities are tangible proofs of her recognition and esteem throughout the state and nation. TIO DR JOSEPH THOMAS ASSISTANT DEAN COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE Dean Thomas Joined the faculty at ULowell in 1975 as an instructor in Analytical Methods and in Business Policy and Organizational Behavior. In 1978 Dean Thomas became an Associate Profes- sor and then in 1982 became the acting Assistant Dean of the College of Management Science. ln 1985, he became the Assistant Dean. Since then, he has been very active in bringing in many much- needed changes within the college and has been greatly successful in establishing a very good rela- tionship with the undergraduate students as well as with the faculty and staff. He has been a friend of and a listener to the student: he is one who realizes the confusing situ- ations students can sometimes find themselves in. He will undoubtedly be missed. "I am here," he said, "to assist and help others, especially the students, not to direct them from department to department." We here at the University of Lowell wish him and his family a very happy future. I l l C - n - - - 0 - - - . 1 . 1 1 . . . .1 .:.x I N. 1 s . J "'!." . I Jr Al .cf ' ' 5 9 1 . 1' I 1 I . IQ 7' ,f 5 f g 5 , 9 X 'L " c 3' f Q . I 'AJ K '33, X' 4'-we a 'O ' ' Sf Q A fr TY' 4321 fa ig . sinh., V 'S 3: 2 ., -4: 5' Q "3 DMI Dean Duggan I.. 5 xx' . H P X I' C Q- in A , We ff? V fd 'xii is ,- fm fi xl-- E 'Cal . . 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Y "wh I A '!9'l1'l'w 8 X W Q. 0 in iYY QR55 -if 3 s .3 1 3 .1 'Q ,Is .a ,. 1.-". : f ' W' N fx - ,- i 'hr I 1 , " Q' ' Q 4 1 , :JI+'3'.'?3'1'1'+'+ NZ' 1 ,Q Q Q 9 ' Q Q 0 Q.. "-7,-fx x ., +1"?':-5: xx N Q 0 05' 1 ' " .51-xx sf' x Z' 9 ff ,aj-A om.-aw... fe- fL. 12f fVf' ,,., 41? 4414, wwf' ,ffw 'M "Wh, WM. 'Qu' lm., in AW W' 1'M fsalm '1 ,JQVQQ Mm fum' fa ,M 41 UGWQISF in g? ILJIECE vs' 071,60 'ff 1 if' 'f if S 1 2 A 1 E s es 2 . 5 O . , , 2 I I . I 1 Alp Cl D 72 CLUBS AND limi CQLLECEI ORGANIZATION he University of Lowell offers a va- riety of exciting clubs and organi- zations to the student body. There is something for everyone. There are entertaining and adventurous clubs, ethnic, political and professional jcareer orientated organizations, student sup- port groups and just about anything else you can imagine. If there is not a club or organization that suits your interests, then you can begin a new club that does meet those interests. ln the past, such clubs as the Society of Capitalists, The Women's Swim Club, and The Null Set of Electri- cal Engineers have come and gone ac- cording to current student body interests. ln the following pages, many of the clubs and organizations that the Univer- sity of Lowell has to offer can be seen. Tim Cameron ew -my 'NV w- Q1 5xxX?9Q5e2Y5Y' Xe,- Student information Center The Alpine Club even pre- pares you for natural disas- ters. Wait until they read THIS in Thursdays Connector! ...Z Are we having fun yet? X .-...- S 1 1 ALPINE CLUB The Alpine Club s goals are to expose club members to the outdoors Club activities include camping hiking rock climbing and canoeing Stu dents form their own tnps with the and of officers A 5 5 I a l The American Meteorologi- cal Society QAMSJ is an active organization at the University of Lowell. Activities include fundraisers, seminars and field trips relevant to meteo- rology, a climb up Mount Washington, an annual outing and other various activities. The advisor of the club is Dr. Frank Colby and the officers are: President- Nicolino Quici, Vice President - Scott Mandia, and SecretaryfTreasurer - Chris Keohan. Sitting L to R: Plicolino Quinci, Ed Valis, and Scott Mandia. Standing L to R: Dr. Frank Colby, Chris Keohan, Bill Walsh, John Jo- hansson, Ron Morales, Peter Manousos, Tracy Turschman, Bob Stuart, Boris Konon, Scott Spratt, Bob Mentzer, Brian Gonsalves, Jeff Ouellet, and Beverly Ciu- genheim. AMERICAN IVIETEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY - v - ,-...ve-... af-.-. - fi- ' , .1 .l . , . zu. ' -- ' grew, 1 4 f A 9 Q . .li-f ' Z- I-fe? .,xMx:-- :,,- . ' I' I. , ,x,:1-:.nx'w-q.,,f, ggi, N . . QS' .3-,,'AH1t+F2 En'ff" jhifx. fx 1 ' - - I 1' ' 'l , -x,-I !S,:5i1"iPg:f N if' , ' ' Q1 'S' ' , ' I -54 V .57 gt rg f::,.'-3.-,iiefgxiw-A-.r , me V , l " QCZ',,353'., 1: A '.X'4-.-.Q - ' . . V .. 4, - 33,53-5,21 ix. -, . I I , Q, , AMERICAN sucm 'M ,la um or 3 X ,, MEEHANICALI 7'gawa1nms 54- E9 I V, , I . ,. Q 1 -X 1,'.ffe5212 If-55.2 - I Ag 33?-5-ip1w:r,. ff- I ' 'lf' fp' 75,315 ' ' '- , AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS QT? -my n' ww IFS: I Q A I : ......,.-7 -Q, so. . -V .-- . f-- ik' .5 . ".,-V . ii fi H ,, . --, C.. , ., ,.A-..,.,,....,,M -,,.-.,-.,,..., -..........-,,,........-..,-..., , Y F-1'1 i AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR QUALITY CONTROL The American Society for Quality Control QASQCJ is the newest professional society within the College of Engl neermg The purpose of the society is to promote the ad vancement of the theory and practice of quality control. The society also encourages professional standing and the opportunity to meet practicing engineers and managers through regular chapter meetings. Chairman: Dave Gavin Vice Chairman: Rick Desmarais Secretary: Lee Ann Scola Directory of Publicity: Ron Shamon This club was established in 1975 to help in providing a unity among biology students and faculty. The members of the club work together as a team to help each other grow. Through various fundraisers the club is able to bring distin- guished lecturers to the de- partment. As a group the club goes on vanous tnps that al- low the members to become closer and to meet new peo- ple. ' B1oLooY CLUB 111.-1--f - CAMPUS AMBASSADORS Campus Ambassadors is an interdenominational Christian Felloxyship group with chap- ters in colleges throughout the country. Their goal is to give the Christian college stu- dent an opportunity to groxt in the Lord through prayer, song and college leyel Bible stud- ies. The Chinese Students Cir- cle lCSCl at the University of Lowell was founded in the late 1960's by a group of young and enthusiastic Chinese stu- dents. The purpose of CSC is to enhance the academic and social advancement of its members, to represent the members in University affairs and to establish the common interests and better communi- cation among its members and mth other components of the University community. Club Adxisor: Prof. Floses Yeung- Fresident: Paul W. Chau' Vice President: Juliana Wong- Secreraries: Alexis Luk John Kwong- Treasurer: Alice Chan' Actiyities: Raymond EC: Felson Flok' Student Coordinator: Thomas Chung l. ..1- CHINESE STUDENT CIRCLE CLASS OFFICERS - 1987 President: Mike Pauley Vice President: Liz Marceau Secratary: Chris Arangio Treasurer: Debbie LLoyd left to right: Debbie Lloyd, Mike Pauley Chris Arangio President: Consuelo Barrett Vice President: Jamie Murphy Secretary: Denise Adams Treasurer: Dan Sullivan CLASS OFFICERS - 1988 1- .1.-i1i- E l X 1 CONNECTOR The Connector is the stu- dent newspaper ofthe Univer- sity of Lowell. lt is student writ- ten, compiled, and published. All students are encouraged to take an active role in cam- pus activities and the newspa- per provides an excellent op- portunity to learn about the University and about the cre- ative world of newpaper pub- lishing. The paper is close to the pulse of the everyday heartbeat that makes the Uni- versity flow. That closeness makes for interesting and en- lightening moments. Top L to R: Emie Gronblom, Mark Miller, Carolyn Krouse, Tom Kershaw, Barry Holt: Middle: Chuck Mahaleris, Sue Damiani, Pattie Cullum, Mark DeAngeIis, Julie Pen- ny, Paula Abney, Jim Lavallee: Bottom: Bob Bettez, Mike Coffey, Randy Edgar, Ravi Dee- Cee -i111 G.O.A.L.S. The Gay Outreach Associa- tion for University of Lowell Students LGOALSJ provides peer support, information and education about gayflesbian issues as well as social activi- ties. This club is open to ev- eryone who is interested in discussing these important is- sues at informal weekly meetings. 1 ' GP 0 uv 45:1 i L v ' 0 The lnter Fratemity Sorority Council QIFSCJ is comprised of representatives from each Greek organization. lt strives to promote intergroup cooper- ation, activities, service pro- jects and entertainment. Each sorority and fratemity repre- sentative meets biweekly to discuss issues relevant to indi- vidual Greek organizations, the IFSC, and the entire University. 5 INTER FRATERNITY SORORITY COUNCIL ,-1.--11 KARATE CLUB ! I A 4 I 2 J i 4 MASTERS' GAMING KONNECTION I P MARKETING CLUB The Marketing Club s goal IS to In form the student and act as an ald IU understanding the dlfferent areas of marketlng and related fields such as adxertlslng sales and publlc rela tnons ln realnty to market our Selxes Thls past year we had guest speak ers fundrausers and took sexeral tnps uncludlng HY Cnty for the Amen can Women of New York Colleglate Conference and were the fifth largest group partlclpatlng he also wslted a local ad agency and sent three pamcu pants to Next Orleans for the Amen can Marketing ASSOCIBIIOH s lnterna tional Conference We sincerely msh the best of luck to all un your future endeavors Presldent Greg Andrusaltns Vlce President Bnan Dodge Treasurer Paula Peloqunn Secretary James M Cassldy Secretary Recorder Enc Marnson 'nf fri' wx MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE MOVIE DIVISION NULL SET OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS ,1l. - PERSHING RIFLES Pershing Rifles is the only honor society for all branches of the service as well as for civilians. We foster the spirit of brotherhood and developing excellence in military bearing. We continue to grow in strengh of new active mem- bers as shown in our group picture. Comm. Off. - Capt. Ronald Quattrochi,P, R Exect. Off. - 1Lt, Steven Tompkins, P W," R Adm. Off. - SSgt. Christopher Clark, P,fR Pers. Off. - Sgt. Sigfredo Chiclana. PJR Oper. Off. - SSgt. Walter Camey, P,fR Matffin Off: l'lSgt. John Brienza. PfR lnfo. Off. - Sgt. James Shore, PfR NEW BROTHERS- AIC, Steven Haasis, PQR AIC. Joseph Foran, PfR AIC. Walter Stewart, PfR I Ii' -, .I Ii i- .m l it 'i l'ii l' Q PHYSICS CLUB 86 PRE-LAW SOCIETY ,,. . ,. - ., rf 1 . G H ' Hula- "--.-2-HCV" r The Pre-Law Society brings together students that have an interest in pursuing a law degree after having complet- ed their degree requirements. The underlying theme of the society is the application pro- cess and successful accep- tance to law school. The soci- ety meets bimonthly. Activities include trips to law schools. Practicing attorneys and current law school stu- dents are invited as speakers each semester. The Society for Advance- ment of Management QSAMJ is the club that gets things done. We offer the opportunity for a student to grow with an orga- nization that has been estab- lished on this campus long before the University of Lowell was founded. We offer the ac- tivities that a career-minded student is looking for like workshops on resume writing and interviewing. SOCIETY FOR ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT ...1. ,iil SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS 'A i J' aff Q, Front row: Patricia Mc Govem: Asst. Chief Justice, Darcie Wescott: ChiefJustice, Dar- rell Deveaux. Second row: Ann Lewis, Rob- ert Doucette, Timothee Rodrigue, Ann Cun- niff. Missing: Leanne Clay: Secretary, Robert St. Peirre. STUDENT COURT STUDENT GOVERMENT ASSOCIATION We are a collection of politi- cally active feminists who are interested in promoting wom- en's issues. 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F -I ...A .1 -..N ,,. .S . -um. . an 1' ' 's .I-in ' 'WD Q ,. . 1 Q , 4 Slow Start, Fast Finish! After five games with a re- cord of O-5-2 the season did not look promising for the University of Lowell Field Hockey Team. Injuries and a new playing system imple- mented by first year head coach Barbara Ciosselin where the main problems at the beginning of the sea- son. "lt was because we were playing a whole differ- ent game," commented Ciosselin about the slow start. 'ilt just took time for things to come together." And come together it did. The chiefs won 9 of the last 11 games for an overall record of 9-5-2. This turnaround was due in large part to the offensive efforts of Junior Therese Viau Q2 goals, 8 Assistslg Senior Donna Tully Q4 goals, 4 assistsl, and Junior Kathy Lyons Q5 goals, 5 assistsl. Also instrumental in this winning season was the play of 5th year senior Kim Furlong 41.14 goals against avgl in her first year of field hockey play. "She really rose to the occasion." stated Ciosselin. Playing well on de- fense were senior Sharon Scott, vyiflf 22 x-3151, sophomore Kathy Zaino, and ju- nior Nancy Alexander. The outlook for next season is promising. "We're in very good shape for next year." stated Crosse- lin. The Chiefs only lose Donna Tul- ly, Chris Heigh, and Kim Furlong. Opponent BENTLEY Providence SOUTHERN CONN Score 2 1 4 Holy Cross Rhode Island 1 O ST. MICl'lAEL'S 2 ll- VERMONT 5 ASSUMPTION 0 110 is Maine Providence Fairfield KEENE STATE NOTRE DAME SALEM STATE C. W. Post PLYMOUTH STATE O 2 1 1 O O 2 O QC T 'Q QQW f Y CSWEQ Nfff dwflf Gun, W Nfl, IS 4 I0 19 X9 ff FTont row: Kim Furlong, Gail Connolly, Cathy Dumont, Theresa Viau, co-captain Donna Tully, co-captain Sharon Scott, Chns Heigh, Donna Gendron, and Loretta Girard. Back row: Assistant coach Beth Childs, Renee Chouinard, Ann Prairie, Sue Lastinger, Lisa Mackenzie, Terri Lavigne, Kathy Lyons, Nancy Alexander, Kathy Zaino, and head coach Barbara Ciosselin. L. 1 , , rp. .f - 1 f A, ..,f 5 6: M A J, , lm 1 .4 jd? ,L ' , " A".-fi, i ! at- . as ' 1 , sw lv' l a.w.y. L A f 1 4 ' A , ' 4: 1 f 1 , sox , ' 1 0 2-QM" C i H l I A 1 i E i 112 . Q . K C IJ? ., ,Z- , . J 11' , , 7" '. '35 'A' 'Qi -1. aut. .,,.4.,.. stabs 45 3 .wa ,,,.gQ .-mv ' 'Mi 9, . ,ryan , ash-1.40 xl 115 Unsettled Season. The University of Lowell Football team had a very unsettled season, ending with a 2-7 record. The chiefs had chances to win as many as four of those losses, but costly mistakes and penalties prevented this. Injuries to numerous players, including nine starters, causing them to miss games, played a key role in the season results. The problems in the begin- ning offirst year head coach Dennis Scannell's season were 'ibecause of the new staff and so many new players, we kept moving people around. lt wasn't until the sixth game of the season that we finally got things settled the way we wanted them." Despite the poor record there were some new school re- cords set by many great individual efforts. Sophmore Jim Mogauro broke one run against Bowdoin for 80 yards, the longest in school history. Junior Jeff Vecchi completed a school record 12 straight passes over two games. Junior Comerback Mark Ciccarelli tied the school record for most interecep- tions in a season with five. Senior offensive guard Kevin Fontes had a school record 79-yard punt against WPI. Senior wide receiver John Copley closed out his fantastic col- lege career by leading the team in receiving for the fourth straight sea- son. l'le had 54 receptions for 424 yards and finished his career with 156 receptions fore 1928 yards and seven touchdowns. Copley caught at least one pass in all 55 games he played, one shy of the NCAA Divi- son three record. Senior comer- back Alan Maillett tied Junior Mick- ey Simmons for the lead in fumble recoveries for the season with three. Two seniors receivied awards at the end of the season. One was center Mark Bedrosian who was named the Unsung Hero. The other was wide receiver John Copley who was the recipient ofthe Coaches Award. The future looks promising for the football team. Next season the chiefs are joining the New England Football Confer- ence after seven years as a Division Three Independent. Coach Scan- nell is optimistic that the team will have the opportunity to win a lot of games. 114 I:- al- Opponent Score PLYMOUTH STATE Norwich R.P.l. Colby Westem Conn BOWDOIN Framingham W.P.I. SPRINGFIELD "-'Z 3' ,Q I , - c. w 5 '- "' ' S-,, -sf """ .sri 'H 1 J I 3 is J- 1' '- 44 ly A t l 5 . , l.-1 ,. ' TSI 4-ff Magi? . -Qpgg 'fvtf 53-1-4 L :A Seated, Front: Captains Kevin Fontes, Vinnie Shepard, Tom O'Rouke, Mark Bedrosian, and John Copley, Kneeling: Steve Norton, Jim Marcello, Scott Bedell, Mark Casey, Ted Rigney, Brian Lannon, Mike Burns, Dan Valliere, Rick Walsh, John Vincent, and Tedd Snelson. 1st row standing: Andy Roy, Joe Carter, Mohan rlarihar, Eric Ramstrom, Jim Pike, Mike Shaffer, John Mahoney, Phil Kubat, Kevin Viau, Mark Ciccarelli, and Joe Mogauro. 2nd row standing: Bob Wright, Bob Manning, Ken Long, Jeff Bema, Mickey Simmons, Steve Souliere, Jim Tarecco, John Symonds, Matt Fionda, John Zarro, Joe Dehney, and Bob Stabile. 3rd row standing: Jim Moffitt, Dave Bednarek, JelTVecchi, Joe Deady, Jim Antonelli, Pat Sullivan, Tim Donohoe, Gen'y Sullivan, Nick Mastrocola, Todd Rockman, Mike Colizzi, Garrett Bums, and Chris Meunier. 4th row standing: Rich Olivier, Alan Maillet, Gary Giordano, John Schena, Scott Delgiudice, Rob Aylward, Dan Critchett, Chris Shields, Rich Paradis, Mike Kapopoulos, Dave Michelson, Peter Rogers, Don Williams, and Chris Cormier. Top row: Assistant coach Chris Walsh, Assistant Coach Charlie Bartolomeo, Assistant Coach Dick Bove, Head Coach Dennis Scannell, Assistant Coach Vern Laws, Assistant Coach George Scannell, Assistant Coach Fran Funaro, and manag- er Coeli Davis. 'J' - 1- J' ' in S " 'i ' U 'Q' K N4-3 116 v-K -ir yi uid -of .1 'W -18" A 94 'vs asf. ." M Q22- 'ZTJH -... . 1, 1 1 lb.. fi f-Vg 17" ' ' J 'x . 1.- 1 .'. -vs' 'Q 'f, s-s "- v,-irrr -Q- st Z' ' 1 CHQYY' F' P 5 ,, ,A 'I nlbiff 117 The GOEII Was All'IlOSt ACYIICVCCI Although the University of Lowell Soccer team failed to reach first year coach Sean McCiowan's goal of .500, the overall play of the team was promising. The team ended the season with a 4-10-1 overall record and a 1-5 conference record. Despite the fact that the record could have been better it was an improvement over the previous years record of 1-15-1 and the team won its first conference game since the 1985 season. There were many solid, individual efforts during the season. One such effort was on the part of senior Tony Kataxinos who directed Lowell with a five goal and four assist season. Kataxinos, who was named the team's most valuable player, will not be returning next year. However, freshman Patt Harrington C5 goals, 5 assistsl, andjunior Paul Amato C5 goals, 5 assistsl should be able to carry the load next season. The goaltending also looks strong as freshman Mike Macintosh finished off the season with a 2.42 goals against average and 5-4-1 record. McGowan will lose a total of only three seniors which should create a strong sense of optimism for next year. The seniors are Kataxinos, Charlie Killian and Scott Slomba. Last season was a frusting year which began with a bang, crashed during the middle of the season, but was revived at the end. Lowell's major problem was the inability to win close games or conference games. The only conference game the chiefs won was against Sacred Heart. There were a number of games where the chiefs had a lead and they simply could not hold it. They lost three games by a total of three goals which hurt the team's morale. Two postponements did not help the situation as the chiefs had no luck in getting a goal in five straight games. During this stretch, the chiefs were outscored by a 25 - O margin. The team demonstrated character with a pair of victories where they outscored their opponents 7 - 0. Next year looks promising with the retum of most of the players. The goal of .500 was not reached this year but could very well be attained next year. Front row: Tony Kataxinos, Peter Miller, Christos Adrianopoulos, Mike Miller, Scott Slomba, Paul Amato, Steve Shea, and Scott Tobin. Middle: Head Coach Sean McGowan, Ron Berton, Peter Kushnieruk, Pat Harrington, Scott Rinquette, Charlie Killian, Mike Mclntosh, and assistant coach Karen Francis. Back: Ralph Thibo- deau, John Letendre, Ken Clinton, Jim Gammon, Jim Brown, Sean Randall, AI Lafleur, and Peter Sheridan. 118 'gl 119 120 'TN "1 gh, s ?' 'I' My Y , .s. v . th L 1 J .ts s .61 1 -, . gmt, ' . .U -fffak ," K' l ' I , A I 'u' g . ,vw .4- - Xxa 121 in Some, Lose Some The University of Lowell Women's tennis team posted a 5-6 season's record. The team with eight retuming players had some problems the first halfof the season, losing live of six games. The second half of the season went better for the team winning four of the next five games. There where some great individual efforts on the team. Kara Muller won 6 and lost 2 singles matches and won 5 and lost 2 doubles matches for an overall win percentage of 75. Holly I-lomsey went 4 - 5 in singles and 5 - 2 doubles for an overall 64 win percentage. Also playing well where Uri Labadini C5 - 5 singles: 5 - 5 doublesl and Christine Morris C5 - 6 singles: 6 - 5 dou- blesl both with an overall win percentage of 50. .-5 ,, ref'-3 Roster: Michelle Antoniades, Laurie Buckley. Holly Homsey, Uri Labadini. Donna Leonard, Christine Morris, Kara Muller, Adele Pascale, captain Lori Vaughan, coach Scott Davis. 122 125 124 Dedication Pays Gff In Most Successful Season Ever! The Cross Country team had its most successful season ever in 1986. The team finished 8th in the nation in Division ll and number one in New England. Of the seven members on the team, two of them were All-Americans. Dave Dunham was rated 4th overall and John Cotton rated 18th. They finished with a 7-5 record and faced stiff competition all season. Beginning in September, they opened strong against Dartmouth with U Lowell scoring 55 to Dartmouth's 56. Dartmouth was rat- ed the second best team in the country in Division I. The team expected to make it to the Nationals even before the season began. The team's foundation was built upon enthusiasm, pride, and integrity, and everyone gave their best effort to succeed. Co-Captain Rick Dawe noted that "everyone was dedicated to the team," and Co-Cap- tain Dave Dunham added that "we all gave up a lot for the team." The runners work out every day and run an average of 85 miles a week. You can usually see them running in the Tyngsboro. Dracut, and Pelham, NH areas. The meets are often against several competitors and are either 5 or 6.2 miles in length. Each team member runs the entire race and points are awarded to each team depending upon the place each of their seven runners finish. Perhaps the most disappointing event of the season oc- curred in November at the Nationals. Two members of U Lowell's team came doum with the flu and were unable to compete. Coach George Davis felt that this team could have done even better had that not hap- pened. "We could have come in second or third, possibly." The clutchest performance of the sea- son went for naught. Leading the ECAC championship for Division ll at the 5 mile mark in a 6.2 mile race, someone diverted the run- ners the wrong direction and the race was thrown out. Front row: Bobby Derrah, Jason Cakouros, John Cotter, Co'captain Rick Dawe, Co-captain Dave Dunham, Jim Hegarty, Mike Woodman, and John Mckenna. Standing: Bill Flaherty, Jamie Penny, Steve Peterson, Pat Sweeney, Bill Hamngton, Declan Gilbert, and head coach George Davis. Womens Volleyball Front row: Jennifer Walsh, Lauri Quigley, Kathy Vail, Chris Thompson, Joanne Gendreau. Back row: Coach Ann D. Leonard, Trainer Patty Tardiff, Sue MacDonald, Co-captain Julie Leonard, Co-captain Tina Hanneken, Barbie Quinn, Assistant Coach Cheryl Lauziere Q x C ff 125 "5 ll M fi S52 M4 3: I N T E R ITHE CQLLECEf -QQQWMQVLCW S P O R T S The Winning Season! The ULowell Men's Basketball team fin- ished the diamond anniversary season with the best record ever. The Chiefs went 21-8 to become the first team in it's 75 year history to win 20 or more games, Fourth year coach Don Doucette's club was picked to finish fifth in the preseason coaches poll, but destroyed that prediction by tying for the regular season championship with an 11-5 HECC record. The chiefs then made it to the semi-finals in the playoffs, losing to the eventual series champs Sacred Heart. "Were very pleased with the end results," Commented Doucette. "We came into the season anticipating tuming the program around. We set goals at the begin- ning of the season and more than accomplished what we set out to do." With no seniors on the team the future looks very promising. This was a team with five members starting there third year and really developing their potential. Eleven team and individual records fell this season and many more should tumble next season. Along with the new school records where other accomplishments. Doucette was named the NECC Coach ofthe Year. Also Leo Parent and Bobby Licare where named to both the New England Collegiate Conference's All-Conference first team and the National Accociation of Basket- ball coaches All-District One second team. -V X 1 uf, ' - "'f'5s r 1 Ig? I Kneeling, Front: Steve Schlehuber, Brian Parath, co-captain Bobby Licare, co-captain Pat King, Tony Jackson, and Billy Herenda. Standing, Back: Assistant coach Paul Faison, manager Mike Blair, Ciavin Cummings, Leo Parent, Mike Scocca, Paul Considine, Bob Yalden, Sean Cialaris, assistant coach John Paganetti, and head coach Don Doucette. 128 U4 67 69 75 80 79 67 57 72 75 79 69 68 57 70 71 78 68 62 75 87 72 91 65 68 71 65 100 L 80 86 OppOrIent Score 66 BRYANT Eastern Nazarene 55 MERRIMACR 51 BENTLEY 71 SPRINGFIELD 60 A.I.C. 68 ST. ANSELM 59 Bloomfield 70 Merrimack 80 Barry University 77 St. Thomas IFLAJ 60 New Haven 79 Bridgeport 55 Stonehill 72 NH COLLEGE 70 QUINNIPIAC 69 Sacred Heart 78 KEENE STATE 60 BRIDGEPORT 71 Southern Conn. 75 NEW HAVEN 64 Quinnipiac 66 SOUTHERN CONN. 51 SACRED HEART 79 NH College 67 Keene State 62 BRANDEIS 64 SOUTHERN CONN. 66 Sacred Heart 102 129 150 'Q A NL P ,,-..llil""" ,W fav'-g'3'1 V 1 fa . 'ww 4 M it 1 I 5 5 i 1 I N P i ! 1 1 3 4 1 x I . V fr 1 ' if ' I 5 I 1 N +2 7 V. X. 'T , , . m 6 I ff -0 5 e -.....g,, Up They Wentl The University of Lowell Women's Basketball team had nowhere to go but up alter the dismal 85-86 record of 1- 24. They succeeded in going up from this point and much more. The team finished the season with a greatly improved record of11-16, 17-7 in NECCJ. The 11 wins are ,, Q - -. the most by the UL women's basketball club since the ' ' 'T 1976-77 team went 12-5. This club, coached by second year head coach Kathy O'Neil, was picked to finish last in V the coaches preseason poll. They did better than this ffff'-Tffi' if ,, prediction and where seeded third for the post-season toumament. The chiefs posted their first ever NECC play- ,V , off victory defeating Bridgeport in the quarterfinals. They V 'g N'-'Q later lost to New Hampshire College in the semi-final round. The chiefs began the season poorly in the first semes- ter with a 1-8 record going into the winter recess. This is record was bettered the second halfof the season when the club went 10-8 while playing some ofthe best basketball since the 1980-81 campaign. "l think we became more experienced and played together more as a unit as the season progressed," commented O'Neil. The play of many was consequential in the season end results but none more than the play of Senior Karen Hanney. Hanney led the chiefs in scoring with a season average 11.4 points per game. This guard-fonvard scored 112 field goals and 85 free throws for 507 points in 27 games. Overall she led the team in eight offensive categories including assists 4791 and steals f51l. ln her four seasons she played 98 games, scoring 649 points, pulling dovim 282 rebounds, and dishing out 189 assists. Second to Hanney in scoring was freshman guard Missy Montini who averaged 9.1 ppg. Next was freshman Nancy Thomton averaging 6.7 ppg. Also contributing to the team in her last season was center Kathy Lynch who averaged 6.5 ppg and 5.7 rebounds per game and led the team in block shots with 66. She finished her career with a school record 288 blocks to go along with 6.9 ppg and 6.8 rpg in 84 contests. The only other senior on the team was Louise Smith who finished the season with 2.4 ppg, 2.1 rpg and dished out 75 assists. She finished her three year career scoring 551 points in 77 games and handed out 249 assists. Her court presence and leadership in the second semester was one of the key reasons for the chiefs surge. The chiefs are looking to again improve upon their record next season. The sentiments ofO'Neil reflect these goals. "Next year we'd like to have a .500 or better record. l think this year was great and we did really well. We had a lot of enthusiasm and hard work. We had a lot to accomplish and we accomplished some of our goals." ' 1 --"5 5 'tfz CJ' WEL- VQM i Kneeling, Front: Lisa Powers, Mary-Kate O'Leary, Marcy Falcone, co-captain Karen rlanney Missy Montini, Nancy Thomton, and Chris Slavo. Standing, Back: Head coach Kathy O'Neil, assistant coach Janet King, Carolyn Balas, Kathy Lynch, Jennifer Demby, Julie Ware, co-captain Lon Laderoute, Louise Smith, and assistant coach Joanne Savard. 152 Opponent BRYANT Stonehlll St Mnchael s Mernmack BENTLEY SPRINGFIELD A I C Cental Conn Mernmack ASSUMPTION New Haven Bnclgeport NH COLLEGE QUINNIPIAC Sacred Heart KEENE STATE BRIDGEPORT Southem Conn NEW HAVEN Qulnmplac SOUTHERN CONN SACRED HEART NH College Keene State BRIDGEPORT NH College sf ANSELM ,LQ-.H Perfect? Maybe Next Year. The University of Lowell mens Gymnastics squad had a less than perfect season. The team started the season right mth a win over Dartmouth. Unfortunately they lost the next match, a close meet against the University of Vermont, and continued this losing way for the next two meets. The team then came back and won the next two before losing the last meet of the regular season. The overall total for the team was S5 wins and 4 losses. The team did manage to place third in the New England Championships with a score of 197.65. Although the season was not the best for the team as a whole there where some high points. Outstanding individual efforts in a less than perfect season where the key. Senior Barry Sutter an All-American set a new school record of 9.70 on the Still Rings. He also did well in many major competi- tions. Sutter placed second in the E.C.A.C. Championships, tied for the New England Championship, placed fourth in the U.S.Cr.F. All-American competi- tions, and placed 14th in the H.C.A.A. Crymnastics Championships all on the Still Ring. Another great individual accomplishment was that of Tom Vining who took 22nd place in the U.S.Cr.F. Championships, All-Around. There were also great efforts from all the other member ofthe team although not listed here. This team will be looking to improve its record next year. This year marked the final season for Fred Plouff who has coached the team since the 1985-84 season. Plouli' coached two All-americans during his tenure, John Knowles and Barry Sutter. Whoever the new coach is will hopefully have the opportunity to also coach some All-Americans on . the ULowell team. 9,1 14 l Opponent 171.55 Dartmouth 171.55 U-Vermont 154.65 Springfield 189.60 M.l.T. 196.10 U-Vermont 154 5 elif 198.55 Coast Guard 206.10 Southern Conn. Score 155.60 195.40 257.90 196.10 166,40 194.55 249.95 19 K i 45' H fx 4 A. i F lk 4 J, ' Ti Roster: co-captain David Bloom, David Henderson, Joel Hughes, Calton Lincoln, John Moran, Chns Rust, co-captain Barry Sutter, Andre Vermette, Tom Vining. Head Coach Fred Plouff. ::,gaq.,,,..- ,MA L--ff' f v, 'z' V vv , x,dl "1 ,. 1.55 X Skating To Victory! The ULoiyell Skating Chiefs had a tremendous season. This team picked to finish sixth in the Hockey' East coaches preseason poll finished second with 20-10-2 in HE and 22-12-2 overall. This was the chiefs best season since moving to Division One in 1985 and Hockey East in 1984. 'Our Preseason goals were to finish in the top four slots and get a home berth in the playoffs. Then we wanted to get to the fBostonl Garden for the Final Four and ultimately to win Hockey East " Com- mented head coach Bill Riley who was named Hockey East Coach of , the Year. "Two out of three goals were obtained and it looked like W we'd get a shot at the third with Eve minutes left. ' The second place ,gy finish ofthe Chiefs eamed them an automatic berth in the Hockey East Final Four. From there it looked like they would be in the finals and the NCAA Division One toumament. Unfortunately it was not to be. The chiefs came within five minutes of winning the semi-final round against UMaine but lost when the Black Bears made a dramatic come back from 2 goals down with less than five minutes to play. Cienerally speaking the team played very well all season. There where high points and low points in the season and great efforts and improvements by many. One need only list the roster to identify the great players on the team. A few of the outstanding players on the team were Junior center Jon Morris with 28 goals and 55 assists Freshman right wing Randy LeBrasseur 20 goals and 19 assists Junior left wing Jim Newhouse 12 goals and 24 assists Junior center Bill Dohaney 15 goals and 22 assists Junior right wing Tony LoPilato 15 goals and 25 assists. Moms led the team in scoring for the third straight year and is now the fifth all- time leading scorer with 177 points. On Defense Tim Foley 10 goals and 14 assists tied the league record for most goals by a defenseman in one season with nine goals in Hockey East play. Also outstanding on defense was Senior co-captain Paul Ames who closed his career with 17 goals and 57 assists in 155 games alter netting 7 goals and 16 assists this season. Ames ranks second on the school s all-time list for games played. Junior defense partner Carl Valimont rounds out the top ten scorers with 17 points on 9 goals and 9 assists. Freshman Ken Stein and Junior Dave Delfino finished the season with nearly identical goals against averages. Stein 7-4-0 and 4.11 goals against and Delfino 14-6-1 and 4.12 goals against. Delfino played as well as any goalie in the league until he was hurt in early January. The chiefs will only be losing two seniors Paul Ames and center Paul Mahan. Next year should be the championship since this years fantastic team will retum virtually intact with many fourth year players Next years captains will be Jon Morris Jim Newhouse and Carl Valimont as voted by their teammates. These three should lead a strong team to a strong season Sitting, Front: Jon Morris, Bill Dohaney, Scott Drevitch, Carl Valimont, Rob Badger, Paul Ames, Dave Delfino, Paul Mahan,Jim Newhouse. Peter Heinze. Clary Valimont, and Tony LoPilato. Middle: Peter Harris, Scott Messina, Vinnie Sica, Doug Bums, Clary Murphy, Tom Healy, Tim Foley, John Borrell, Fred Allard, Jyrki Maki, Dana Janis, and Ken Stein. Back: Bill Fabrocini, Mike Teolis, Scott MacPherson, Conrade Thomas, John Schratz, Jeff Flaherliy, Bill Eiserman, Scott Stanlick, Randy LeBrasseur, Craig Charron. and Rick Abraham. 156 .Z 5 -1 Opponent Score Providence 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE 2 New Hampshire 5 MERRIMACK 5 BOSTON COLLEGE 4 Boston College 5 Northeastem 4 NORTHEASTERN 4 Boston University Z5 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 2 Merrimack 4 DENVER 4 WISCONSIN I5 IAHAN Opponent Score PROVIDENCE 5 COLORADO COLLEGE 4 SPARTAK Iexhibitionl 8 NORTH DAKOTA 1 Minnesota-Duluth 7 Minnesota 5 Northem Michigan 5 Michigan Tech 4 MAINE 9 MAINE 5 ST. LAWRENCE 7 Boston College 7 Opponent Score BOSTON COLLEGE 5 Maine 2 Maine 9 Northeastem 4 NORTHEASTERN 4 PROVIDENCE 5 Providence 4 New Hampshire 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE 5 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 7 Boston University 5 Maine 5 I- 'N Q Q 2- S53 Q20 as l in LL-L 153 :qw 1 '.,+. 312,-f 2 x ' xg. ,RW ,..- -I, V: D f fo, w'6W" 'f' I E' . ,,..f4 ?gg,,Jv4" if 'V 1 159 40 ,TIL ii" -.5 f s.......f 524 ., 1 t Y 141 Losing Season For L.U.S.T. lt was a long and hard year for L.U.S.T.,the Lowell University Swim Team. Winning against Keene State was the teams second win of the season--their first and last. Despite an overall disappointing season, there where some great individual efforts. Three new school records were set. Fresh- man Rich Daniello set a new school record for the 100 yard as well as the 200 yard back- stroke. Freshman Tom Tiano also set a new school record in the 1650 Freestyle event. ln addition to the three newly set school records, the following individual awards were made: STEVE BELLETETE ...........,........ Captain-elect for 1987-88 RICH DANIELLO .............,... All-New England,20O Backstroke Teamhighpointtrophy MostValuableSwimmer RICH DOOLEY . . . . . 15rd place high point trophy KEN KELLY . . . . . Captain-elect for 1987-88 UnsungI'leroAward TOM TIANO .i...................... 2nd place high point trophy Since this year was disappointing for the team they can only hope to improve next year. Coach Dick Kenney will need to get a larger team with more depth. The depth will be particularly needed in breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle. Since the team is losing only one senior, Greg Mclver, it will not be so young and will have a good chance to cash in on the experience gained this year for next years team. ,-. 1 44 o WWW WDW 142 77 l U4 100 74 55 56 81 81.5 84 69 67 Opponent Keene State Southem Conn. U-MASSfAmherst U-Maine Babson Holy Cross Central Conn. Northeastem Tufts ringfield V . Score 80 101 159 158 100 101.5 115 118 109 96 Roster: co-captain Steve Belletete, Mike Boswell, Steve Burke, Carl Cander- ozzi, Rich Daniello, Rich Dooley, Greg Falvo, Tom Jurgen, John Kalill, Ken Kelly, co-captain Greg Mclver, Dave Sauer, Tom Tiano. Head Coach Dick Kenney, assistants Bob Clark, Mike Jones, Ben McCarthy, managers Jeff Simkins, Ed Doherty 15 QQ-nv A' I ,. 5 'Arr figgfftjf' ' 9 r' 145 Skiing 1-11- ,,..i L.- 144 Wrestllng 1 Q 145 , A ., , . ..,.L - ., ..a,- '- , -4 .5 ' - ,ff ., . - '- .. QR G Al.. -.. V W-., . - -'?", f ' "iff -, " Q ' " 9: "f 45-.3 ,J ,-.. L- -.,:.,- 'QQ V-1 'f l 1 'l- 21r""' 7 . f ' .. - 74.42 K, , L 1: -f - 'F-7 -.vfvfigd ' 5- - -. - , , ,U U ,NW . -of. .,' ,lv-' ,-. A .-4' - 9f...: -. .. . -31-ga g.,g,,.. 3-'- ,.r v Y '4,,gV, f v-.-- 4 'r Q f,, 1 It Was A Grand Slam Season! The ULowell Baseball Chiefs posted a 27-11 overall record this season and set a school record for most wins, surpassing the old mark of 26 victories set by the 1981 and 1984 teams. In the NCAA toumament, the Chiefs lost in the opening round to host Le Moyne College, then came back to eliminate Philadelphia Textile before los- ing a heart breaking decision to Le Moyne for the right to face New Haven in the championship round of the double elimi- nation event. Six members of the record setting team have been named to the New England Collegiate Conference all-star team, as voted by the conference's head coaches. Voted to the All-NECC first team were Senior Ross Madore and Sophomore Joe Luis. Named to the second team were Junior Chris Riley, Sophomore John Spencer, Senior Paul Gedman and Sophomore Steve Bieksha. Ross Madore was also named to the All-New England Divison 'Iwo which is comprised of members of all Division Two teams throughout the region. Madore established a new school record for most at bats and led the' team in runs scored and base hits. For his four year career, Madore hit .567 with nine home runs and 78 RBI's. This season, he hit .545 with live home runs, 58 RBl's, seven stolen bases, and had 16 multiple hit games. "We try to win whatever it takes to get into the regional toumament," commented head coach Jim Stone. "I'm not surprised that we won 27 games. I knew we were going to be good." Coach Stone, who guided his Chiefs to their winningest record in school history this spring, has been named Co-Coach of the Year in the New England Collegiate Conference. Stone, who has been at ULowell for 21 years, shared the honor with the University of New Haven's Frank Vieira. Junior second baseman Mark Grams has been named captain for the 1988 ULowell team. A three- year starter, Grams holds six school records. He is also within reach of numerous career records as well. It appears that with a leadoff man like Grams and roster of able players, the Chiefs will be on to another winning season next spring. 148 N-A4 Opponent Trenton-State William Paterson East Stroudsburg Jersey City State Wesleyan Wisconsin-Lacrosse Wisconsin-Lacrosse Bowdoin Palm Beach SUFFOLK Assumption Springfield MERRIMACR BOSTON UNIVERSITY SACRED HEART SACRED HEART Salem State STONEHILL St. Anselm St. Anselm Merrimack Bentley U - NEW HAMPSHIRE U - NEW HAMPSHIRE NH COLLEGE NH COLLEGE BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT NEW HAVEN NEW HAVEN Keene State Quinnipiac Quinnipiac PLYMOUTH STATE PLYMOUTH STATE Northeastem Southem Conn. Southem Conn. Le Moyne Philadelphia Textile Le Moyne Score 5 5 5 7 7 7 5 5 5 5 11 5 15 8 2 5 2 2 2 5 5 6 5 1 5 2 O 4 5 7 9 1 5 7 1 10 O 4 11 5 11 Front: Chris Powers, Mark Grams, co-captain Ross Madore, co-captain Paul Gedman, Jack Kasle, and Chris Riley. Second: Joe Murray, Neal Larsson, Joe Luis, Glen Longval, and Andy Livezey. Third: Manager Chris Crisafi, Rick McElhinney, Sean Gorman, John Spencer, Dave Ferrera, Scott Johnson, Dave Battaglia, and Terry McMahon. Back: Head Coach Jim Stone, Assistant coach Ken Connerty, Brett Lennerton, Dan Parent, John Bakke, and Butch Martell. Absent: Tony Karam, Steve Silvio, Mark Johanson, Steve Bieksha. X, 'efitt sg 3 'V-au'4,Mg " Ai!! tiff" "' tl 'L 'Q 1 V , A, .,, .nv-. ,yer R 149 ---.1 . , . :NYM VV.. K +- Nu: x .U ' -...!A1 .dm 4.5E45'Qg'5L. ' -' l F- w. "sf 'Q 1, 150 1 .4,,q4,uuw, EZX, .. .. J t.. A ,, A .Ly-e,,'3,.gx "L-N'-.--5..!,,-if-an-r, y , . was : in "fn" "..ff 4' ' I X 151 Injuries Detrimental To Laxman. Head coach Steve Connolly's team had to battle bad weather and injuries all season to have a chance at the Colonial League Championship. Going into their final contest of the season, the ULowell Lacrosse team had a chance to share the Colonial League Championship if they could upset league leader Holy Cross. On a rain soaked muddy field, the Chief's gave it their best shot before succumbing 9-7 to finish the 1987 season at 8-6 and third in the Colonial League at 5-2. Considering all of the critical injuries, Connolly was pleased with his team's performance. "The season went about as we expected it would. We beat the teams we felt we could beat and lost to the teams that we didn't have enough troops to play with," summarized the sixth-year coach. "We expect- ed to finish between 8-6 and 10-4 this spring. Injuries played a big part in our season." The Chiefs lost senior Steve Murphy after the third game due to a calf injury in practice that took the rest of the season to heal. 'tHe would have been all-league this year if he weren't hurt. He was one of our leading scorers," commented coach Connolly. The Chiefs also lost the services ofTommy Peck for three games during the year due to an an- kle injury. The future looks good for the Chiefs according to Connolly. Nl was very happy with the development of freshman Steve Falvey and Jamie Jackson and the continued improve- ment of Pete Smyronis and Tom Mahoney." Connolly concluded that, "ifwe can get a couple ofplayers to fill some deffensive holes and in goal, we could be a pretty good club next year." Above all, the team never quit. Ev- eryone hung together and kept playing hard, despite setbacks, in the true spirit of ULowell pride. Front, Sitting: Jim Gammon, Steve Higloschy, Joe Gottberg, Grant Whiteway, John Peck, Scott Slomba, and Tom Peck. Middle: George Ramirez, Fran Yerardi, Charlie Killian, Paul Tsitsopoulos, Dave Dedian, Peter Smymois, George Smymois, Char- lie Albanese, and Bill Fabrocini. Back: Assistant coach Greg Norton, Tom Ma- honey, Peter Sheridan, Chuck Lord, Jamie Jackson, Bill Duggan, Mike DiModica, Brian Zilinsky, Steve Falvey, and head coach Steve Connolly. Absent: Steve Mur- Phi'- 152 xv,- C ALI' rf' M'fi'mn 1. .Q I, I V z., f 5 lj :M -IQ I.. ,1 1, f',, 1 1 1 . 1'2b A -3 'f'?4..5l1l 13+ N 5' gg , . . ami" 9. , fr,-,av wg X J' - - 4 s 'qi Q1 J v ft L , .xv A . X I P , 5.359 1 A , .. ,, xy l' H :"' - 1 . 4 N15 ' -1 0 V, o is ' , 5, Ifnnf - f'Q.,.kggq,' if Min ga, - -GY?" 4- Q ,A V . . -w., 4-v - ,. f ,- in , VV' - - .f, s .. X IL 1, 1 ,, 5 we v- L4 -. I 4 .. 4 ' V. ' 'Q l " ' ' .,,9n' .. ' . f' ,,',,1 . 1 f IJ. ,4 .4,,,'L'. :, 5-w T, , 'I .w. 'v- ,.. , ,L , . ,,- 1. 1 1 A - , -4 vi' -. ,.-,A M' 1 f ' - 1 . . 14 .1 . , ,if ,I , ,, . A . .- v N ,, L! p,,- 'P lm. ly, Miasfefgilg , , 'Mi-K. jf- , l ff . ' If -1s.:'4f ' is-, X .A ,,, V . .1 Jim -'xr.!3!- ' . g if, 'L -. QQ.: f f fix Q 1 x fi A f V 1 ' - Q 1 Q I Q' all X 47 A 5' 'fx t ' 'J'-' ,J 1 6-" Q Ha Q, "5 2, 5- " 94.5" 5 - , . '- '- 'H is ' J 1.-"' W x' f I . v 9. :Q , . V 11.04 ., L Q 5. - g . 4 . . A -,, x -wp,-, I -5 , p' ' ' ' ' I .' L -.t 1, A- , - , ' --yi " I Q W., 1 . .v 'law .-, ' , - f ' ' Jw f f . 'MQ A ' 1, ' '- S '-"" - IN -wus? I K9 np. . . 1. . ,. Eff, is - ' , f . '- ,.- 1 Y .v 1 ' 1 , A jfs . " ,Lf - 4 1 4 1 . er X' "ff wwf. , ' ' .- ,f rg 4 . ' f g, Q , 5 N f 1 l I ,, . I . ,, . 'S ' . 1512 , -5 W '15, . afa 5 -g 4 IQ . .g ,?"w Q A i ',,5 ' Vw ' n- zifggggw, , - Q ,, - I gf ? x v Q .g yx 7 1' 1 ' S A u 1 - - A Q Ag, f 10 Y V , gy: ,ai 'P 4 1' I 6 Boston College Opponent Score 9 18 COLBY 7 7 PROVIDENCE 6 fl' ' 'fi iii .. -. W ,Dx .,,.,,.,..,, ' I 'S 4, ffil lla' Jn' -1 .. ww 7 TUFTS 11 1'fli55:gW' "gums, I5 New England 9 . I" iuvlifd 12 NH College 0 f 11 4 if 4 Bowdoin 15 ' 15 NEW HAVEN 7 , 4 Springfield 16 10 Merrimack 4 ' 12 WESTFIELD STATE I5 12 UMASSfBOSTON 5 15 M.l.T. 5 7 Holy Cross 9 ' ' rl 31. Yi ji if ' fl, my . 91. , , K Uggjfskf . 1' -'A' Kg FW - ,gp-. EQ-"33'3"Q. 'YQ We ? 'Gigi 155 f s Q .gf ,,-, .fuk I "Kf's F 44..u ' I Q N ii r L. rs if' -f' Y sv 'L--S N . K No., L..-g .L I .X J ' is 9 Q ,gfffzvg-:1,,, ,. W ff, 'vm ua!-G vu-IC' Hin, ..4!'4W9"'h' mam, -tr x au fuk W4 M ws-ff 1, ,, ., .. 'fW"' A , f-m....4...... ,. :V K f A t," Vg vwunfh., Ish: A' , ,N - . iq., 1 A V, 'ff' 41'-'V .K A - qv 3--. ' ' Y H , 7:2 ,H , ,V :3Q',gx'5-24'-f,w ,V ,. :Q ,ix ,V 41 -2 mi, f '.-.,'M- ,- f , .ffl A ,f .A x . .,.'w,-5',4"1- P "' H L., ,.,.'f'., . f-,3 "nw wa- 1 ' x ,.,g.,.f2f"g,- .- ,M W 1 A-v.v .vi--.55 . -' V . V. Av id, 'z My ., - ,. - 1' -43 ' . ' , .1. wb . I , .,:.,'f.. W-,,::-pn v -' , , A if ' L A ,js -J' A. W Q Q Q :aw .,' fl .-,.... f...,-'f"1i3' "A J- f 7 7" - If - ff'-. ' K 4?'5f'i.g, M 1: 5 . ., W, V ,: ,J vw Q fm, 171f4',,.,.Q.'llQI:v-1 I 'H ', -':f:53:,Qm1,f' 11-' M., '1 ,Q-PM ' . f-5 -5 ,, 'f 2' 522 .' Ff-'ff' ' ,.1',4"r' fl--4. '. r",,AWE.l..'1,. ' :Q - '.14f,'-4"f : -"'- "if-. 1 . ' ' .-Q-L , 1.:'f V ,, .,g.."'-" .,',,,, MVA-,S 1 J, aw. ' we' " 'T' ,x ' 7 9:9 :rdf- . , .. 1 - .4 N . 'QTY' ' , , rv 1 3 . Y-0 wig' , S " 1- ' "sf .' 'Q V - X 'if ,- 13.54 . A " , ,jg nf A , x 4 4 , I iv.. f ,gswty ,XX K , N' 3 A A X 1 vi, A ' A tl W " "' ... ,J ' 155 Staying At The Top! Behind the strong pitching of Senior co- I L captain Sheri Russell, the ULowell Lady Chiefs Softball team captured their first ECAC Division Two New England-Upstate New York Softball Championship. The Chiefs finished the 1987 season withavery ,- . impressive 24-8 season. Five players of this years championship team were named to the All-New England Collegiate Conference squad. Voted to the first team by the leagues eight head coach- . - -' es were Teresa Padvaiska, Nancy Specht, and Chris Dunham. Named to the second team were Heather Coyle and Loma Tompkins. ln addition, Specht and Padvaiskas were named to the All- New England Division Two squad and played in the New-England All Star game. "From my standpoint, with all the problems we had to endure this year, it was a good season, " commented head coach Jim DeFazio. "Losing one of the top pitchers in the country for three weeks could have been devastating, but this team came together and sophomore Chris Dunham kept us afloat." The Chiefs suffered a tremendous three-week loss when Sheri Russell, the best pitcher in the nation amoung Division Two hurlers, hurt her right shoulder. She retumed to the squad in late April to help the team pick up a key doubleheader sweep at Quinnipiac. It's always easier getting to the top than staying at the top, but that is exactly what the 1987 ULowelll softball team did this season after winning the New England Collegiate Conference championship last season. The school's all-time leader in home runs, Teresa Padviaskas and junior Kim O'Connell were named co-captains of the 1988 team. lt is likely that these leaders will keep their team at the top once again. R L f-xi' 'A 'A A v -H I Y H W YY M AQ ' X A K A J' ,Q 3 tlxxx, L ' 1 - 1 .-,. ,S -1111 ". fi -ritz' ,L L vm? 5 .lr 0n,.PIq E814 -""F1f'S: --P ' .3 .,,.-., .fb '1- 8 5 1 O 5 1 6 O O 2 5 1 4 --.. ,. 4 156 C l - 1 . Q' 5, Opponent Score Indiana Wayne State Wayne State Allegheny Allegheny C W POST C W POST MERRIMACK KEENE STATE KEENE STATE SOUTHERN CONN SOUTHERN CONN BRIDGEPORT BRIDGEPORT BENTLEY NEW YORK TECH NEW YORK TECH NH College NH college Springfield NEW HAVEN NEW HAVEN Quinnipiac Quinnipiac Sacred Heart Sacred Heart STONEHILL A.l.C. A.l.C. Bridgeport New Haven New Haven xgukk O 2 4 O 2 ll- 1 O 2 6 7 1 7 4 Us 5 O O UNIVERSITY OF L ELL I LADY CHIEFS V T SCORE ISI OR "" UL xg front, Sitting: Donna Face, Nancy Specht, Ann Prairie, Joanne Gendreau, and Colleen Emmett. Middle: Susan Allard, Kim O'Connell, Lomna Tomp- kins, Kathy Lyons, Sue Crevier, Chris Dunham, and Heather Coyle. Back: Student trainer Cathy Dumont, assistant coach Sharon Bilodeau, co-captain Teresa Padvaiskas, co-captain Sheri Russell, Tracey Woods, assistant coach Kim Furlong, and head coach Jim DeFazio. .'..,- p., - ..or,,""4'i " ,1- L-:ae sw,-n-N .f Jr .p 4, ' '-4- .- ..-I, --gh 'bm - .' - '44-. , f:-,. Q. 07-nt 45 0 .-. . 'Je - -1.-. 4 .1 .,, ff if!! ' -- K--eww ,:, -,. f--.. --49" M4-WA -.',,4-nv.-lg' ' - ' V 'Wan' ,Q 1 ,T .-. 'ev - - '-":"i', t ' , 4 fr h ' f-Ulu-ru y 1, .pf '- -, ,' 4- A' X f . -Y MJ- ,,w,. v,'.,5wf Q' ' . JM .. -1,, 1 -AN-I . Q 4,-i 1. ' ",t '-"fi" . -.- 421 . -I-s.,.4,.. .wil .. Q. -V . --' :nf - -.s:"f" sl-' .1 ' ,. ,.,,-2 arg. , .N .. ilk.:-Nav .J '. C Q Ii . , f. ,. ,. 53" .Q 1, v V fum l.. . , Q.: ,fy ., el' Q -... 4 .iii ' -.N f 4 -v 0.40 ' - -AJ 'f 1 14-rj .,. ,-- - "- .4 ew-.51 ' Lv- - J . - ,U 159 A Winning Raquet The ULowell Men's Tennis Team had an awesome year. The team finished with an overall record of 8-1. The year was marked by a large number of impressive tournament results as well as many fantastic individual accomplishments. Among the toumaments attended was the l'l.E.l.T.A Championships where the chiefs fin- ished 8th of 52 which was the 2nd best finish by the tennis team in ULowell history. Other toumament re- sults included the ULowell Singles Invitational where the chiefs finished 2nd of 5, the Merrimack Invitational Doubles 2nd of 8, and the l'l.E.C.C. Championships where the chiefs finished 1st of5. This team was ranked 6th in the I.T.C.A. Div II Eastem U.S. polls all season. Ron Love was the biggest winner on the team. He won 14 and lost 5 singles matches while winning 11 and losing 4 doubles matches. His overall career record was 45-14 in singles and 50-18 in doubles. Also palying very well where Rodney Robito 15-4 and 11-4, John McCarthy 11-2 and 15-2, Scott Janes 11-1 and 12-5, Joe Flanigan 10-6 and 15-5, and Paul Mucci 10-4 and 1.5-2. Flanigan joined the top ten all time ULowell match winners with a career total of 45-16. Love was ranked 18th in Eastem U.S. l.T.L.A. Division ll poll. He also became the first ULowell player to amass 50 wins in doubles and the W2 all-time ULowell match winner with a career record of 95-52. McCarthy became the 48 all time ULowell match winner with a career record of 51-9. He also had the best match winning percentage in ULowell history. Overall, head coach Duke Diaz has reason to be very proud of his team. They played well and won. Things look good for the future of this team. f. 2 - 5 ff' f -' Zigi'-J"-HQ Roster: Curtis Dalton, Johathan Dads. 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Kounelas Mathematics I Ti Steven Michael Lacerte Health Education joseph A. Lajeunesse III Electrical Engineering Robert B. Lally james A. Laman Donna M. Landry joseph P. Lane Mark D. Lange Financial Mamlgemem Mefhlnifil Engifleefmg Nursing Plastics Engineering Electrical Engineering SEHIORS 251 David A. Lapierre Electrical Engineering i r Hans R. Larson Civil Engineering Nancy A. Leboeuf Management Rita Conlon Letendre Clinical Lab Science Brian D. Lewis Civil Engineering 252 SENIORS Terry LaPierre Mechanical Engineering Kenny H. Lau Electrical Engineering Debra jean Leccese Marketing Claire E. Levesque Management Information Systems xx H .. Daniel B. Lewis Computer Science Brion E. LaPointe Mechanical Engineering i xx-J Thomas P. Lavallee Electrical Engineering Cynthia A. LeClaire Computer Science ,-- 1 Paula Levesque Criminal -justice Donna A. Lidberg Physical Therapy Anthony F. LaPolito Electrical Engineering jill L. LeBallister Financial Management Steven C. Lee Mechanical Engineering Valerie jean Levitre Nursing Victor B. Lima Industrial Technology john Larouca Plastics Engineering I1 Diane Lebel Computer Science -I Michael P. Lenihan Civil Engineering Ann M. Lewis Criminal justice Stephen Limperis Plastics Engineering RiCh2fd M- Lincoln jeffrey Allan Liptrap Nancy Littlefield , Mathematics Electrical Engineering Art 4? l 1 , Y .. V, .X I David H. Littman But-Niu Liu Kelly A. Lively Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Physical Therapy Paul joseph Livolsi Deborah Lloyd Cara Maria Logue Biological Science Marketing Nursing Nufgmg Patricia M. Lonergan Mark Lukitsch Nuclear Engineering Gregory C. Loycano Ronald Lucci joanne M. Lukaski Accounting Management Financial Management L i has Christine R. Lussier Robert W. Lyna Affhuf C- I-Ynfh Chfl5f0Phef L- LYf'1'3h Accounting Mechanical Engineering Nuflfif Englnfffing Electrical Englnfeflng Rita Longo Business Management Kimberly M. Lunsford Accounting lsr" Elizabeth Lynch Accounting SENIORS 2253 Ann L, Machado Po.g:.:a. Sc.e::e Andrew N. MacLean Enggh joseph MacMunn Stuart MacNeil Dianne M. MacPl'1ee Meclumci Engineering Electrical Engineermg Phnszci 'Peer-app' Z x- . X. Carolyn M. Mahoney Diouangmany Malavong Peter A. Mariclni Mznagemen: iemnics Compare: Science Bhragemcr lxforrnaion Sf-'stems Lisa M. Marceau Michelle A. Iwiarino Eric H. Marisori Plastics Engineer-mg Giemical Engmeex-Qng Markeung 254 SENIORS Q - Y 1 X.: joan Maclsaac Thomas Mackew' Ps'.:::.i:g Merringcal Eng:eerL5 1. rw Mark W. Macleod Sandra I.. fwiacfkiillan Ltcgstna. TecELo.c,:' Skizrmezt julie A. Maczko Ross D. Madore ACCO.r:.115 Inforrzasor. Systems gg 5 x - s Lisa A. Mansourian David S. Lianzi Nc.-sing Eeazical ligne-er:-mg Steven F, fwiark Kurt M. Markatian Accounting Electrical Ezgmneerlzzg Karen Martel Edmund F. Marks jr. William Marshall Management Infoffnillon SYSICFHS Mathematics Electrical Engineering on-if 1, 11.4 Kevin Michael Mason Criminal justice Michelle M. Martineau Anas M. Mashhadi Management Civil Engineering I 'Ft' ,I 18 Alexander Mastorakos Industrial Technology Kevin M. MaSterSOr1 Thomas Neal Masterson Industrial Technology Electrial Engineering fi Biadys G. Mauras Accounting Deborah A. Matson Robert L. Mattson Mathematics Electrical Engineering A is Kevin Martin Criminal justice Stanley james Mastalerz Mechanical Engineering tv Boney A. Mathew Plastics Engineering 'UV' Lisa Mauro Plastics Engineering Melody R. Martin Sociology Kathleen A. Masters Marketing Kathleen M. Mathews Plastics Engineering Gregory S. Mayer Music Education ,,- f . i L Debra L. Mayotte Lisa M. Mazurenko Beth A. McAnespie Susan L. McArthur Ellen M. McAuliffe Criminal justice Physical Therapy Management Health Education Accounting SENIORS 255 fav" A' "P .-.M , cw' Lava 5... , 4 5 f f . ' .. ,-as C ty? . Ac' . 'k Q A A . 4.g-if .. af, -- .- 'Kf , Y 'af ' ff' 5' i - km l 'Q - ' ' "' -- Q B- 4 -gf' ' ' " 7 - to? A, , ' P' I i T '. A G ' ez- ef3?"iggfP-'T-95 ' . 'AQ "' - Michael G. McCready Criminal justice rf EL Amy McDermott Nursmg .' Q Maureen A. McDermott Marketing Daniel Francis McCarthy Electrical Engineering Michael P. McColley Business Management Nancy A. McCormick Physical Therapy Cheryl L. McDonald Physical Therapy john P. McCarthy jr. Computer Science Michael McCormack Electrical Engineering Robert S. McCormick Electrical Engineering Darlene McDonald Chemical Engineering ,J , Patricia Ann McGovern Anne G. McGowan Judith McGuire john D. McKenna Nora K. McKenna Political Science Physical Therapy Management information Systems Criminal justice Operations Management 256 SENIORS Lawrence D. McLaughlin Marianne M. McLaughlin Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering vs Michael David McMahon Chemical Engineering David R. Mcleod Music lndustry john C. McNabb -Ir. Electrical Engineering Nui-Sing Mary Kate McNutt Sean P. Meehan Electrical Engineering Richard j. Melanson Electrical Engineering 452 Heidi Elena Mclellan Music Business Paula C. McManimon Accounting David McParland Mechanical Engineering Bryan Mello Financial Management S451 KP' Y ,WDM Catherine A. McSweeney Management Martha L. Menard Management Frank Mei-Chg-1 III Avril Little Merrick Erik E. Merrill Christine M. Messina Mgchanical Engineering Financial Management Criminal justice Nursing -v-1 ---V '99 fm.: '57 Keith joseph Mcwha Plastics Engineering Norman Mendoza jr. Electrical Engineering Nicholas Metilinos Management Information Systems SENIORS 2257 - 1' - , N Pamela Miano Alexia T. Michaels Meredith B. Mille: Marxet:.5 Cg:.:.aa j -s:.:e E.ect:.:L Eng :.eK.r.g Q5 Z v T 2 , 1 Y i N -ef I Ross Miller Karen A. Miragliorta C31-Olafm jxhfanda 1 Compute: Sc.e:ce Mz:.zge:':e:: Inforfrzz-on Svsteizs 155,153-il Tgqg,-,OQQE i i 4 1 1- I Pamela M, Mifa5 Maurice A. Mitchell Margaret M. Mitigujc Sally' Modig Anthony Molica jr. Mzkemtsg Elec'.i:L Eng-ge-erLg Chi F3534-efgg Pwchologj-' Musa: Lnduszri i i j N 3 aj I 1' ' 1 Laurene jane Monet judith A. Mongiello MicheHe A. Montion Steve Montminy Monica Monty Music 115:17 Markeirzg Computer Sciczce Eng-Lneerlzg THCHFF 25.8 SENIORS Christopher M. Moore jonathan C. Moore Mary jane Morad john P. Moran Mecimanzczl Engieerng Plastics Ikgineezirig A-'T Mechznicd EflgQ.'1f6T'15 Valerie L. Moran Civil Engineering Sally A, Moriarty Business Management Kathleen A. Morowski Management Kathleen P. Morrell Political Science .L-'h,A,C'77l1l"n- .x. i Lisa A. Moschetto Psychology Daniel L. Mortell Civil Engineering 17"-r Gary D. Mullen Kara L. Muller Plastics Engineering Nursing Mark Murphy Peter W. Murphy Industrial Technology Mechanical Engineering eff Brian R. Morin Christopher Morin Gregory Morose Electrical Engineering Computer Science Mechanical Engineering Timothy Morrill Christine A. Morrissey Gary Morse Plastics Engineering Industrial Technology Marketing 0 Q x S I K . Cheryl A. Motroni Paula Mueller Daniel Mullen Physical Therapy Plastics Engineering Marketing fi,,f' Y +6 'C' 'CL ' ' Paul Muller Lori Jayne Mulvey Gary S. Munroe Electrical Engineering Nursing Management K . QM" . ,fl , v ,i l it Rita M. Murphy Stephen john Murphy john C. Murray Industrial Management Accounting Industrial Technology SEHIORS 259 XM 1 Thomas E. Muser Industrial Tcchn--li-ga 1- Ov Ronald W. Nasman Mechanical Engineering Carol Nichols Industrial Technologs 9, Jonathan M. Noone History-,"Sociology joseph G. fwlusial-4 fhcrnztai Engineering jonathan A. Natale Electrical Engineering Linda C, Nicholson Physical Therapx ,CY 'Evra ,. ' 'M L Dana Norris Management 'B x Barbara O'Brien Elizabeth G. O'Brien Music Performance Criminal justice 240 SEHIORS Robert Francis Miers Financial Management john A. Neil Industrial Technologs Q. ,f f Lisa Nodwell Electrical Engineering g -. Michael J. Norris Electrical Engineering Michael C. O'Brien Mechanical Engineering use h A Nardonc P Acc-iuntzng Suzanne P. Newfield Electrical Engineering ean A. Nohra-Mehanna Electrical Engineerzng Sandra L. Novak Accounting Paul VV. O'Brien Industrial Technologv ftfillila C-, N3Sl'i Pnsia Tteup. L4 ov' Tat-Keung Ng Electrical Engincefzng Daniel S. Noonan Criminal justice Steve C. Nwaobilot Accounting Elizabeth A. O'Connell Chemical Engineenng -Iudith M. O'Connell Financial Management Michael O'Connor Management Patrick E. O'Donoghue Management Information Systems Allison L. O'Toole Health Education '5- X i.,. . t. Zi, ' ' I ii. .MJF . , Nancy L. O'Connell Keith Owen O'Connor Nursing Computer Science Z- ' rv., Qs f' I 'J l Joyce-Ann O'De-fre Brian F. O'Donnell Psychology Pl1ySiCS I - S .o It i 2 Q., r . , X X . 'I .1 f Andrea Leah O'Keefe Paul JOSCPh OMCHFH Kelll' Arm O'NCi1l Marketing Computer Scignce Industrial Technology I Y l l Christopher A. Ober Patrick Ike Okeke Barbara Olivier Electrical Engineering Financial Management Physical Therapy l X Thomas O'Rourke History Brian Olson Electrical Engineering H W ni, w .. ll oe i I X ' Jil ...Jw --of A: Alfred Q53 Belinda Ouellette Robert Pacini Josephine A. Palmisano Theodore Panagiotopoulos Elecmfal EnBmee"n8 Clinical Lab Science Elecgriqal Engineering Accountin Management SEPIIORS 241 l Q G' Roh Paquette Accounting Michael D. Pauley Economics lk. 1" F :fx 3 Richard W. Parent Biological Science Keith W. Peary Criminal justice Lynne M, Pando Psvchologx james L. Pappaioanou Psvchologv jennifer Parker Psvchologv Michael L. Peaslee Criminal justice 9 joseph P. Panessiti Manage-menr joseph T. Pappalardo Elecrrical Engineering Mark Passamonti Computer Science 3 gn- joseph Pelletier III Computer Science ,E-L49 john S. Pentikis Scott Pepka Karoline Peralta Steven A. Perlman Chemical Engineering Markering Inremarional Management Electrical Engineering 242 SENIORS Ll. 3 Andre A. Papillon Arr Lynn Paquette Electrical Engineering Wayne Pastore Accounting Paula jean Peloquin Marketing Christopher T. Perry Political Science Caroline Petruzziello joseph D. Peznola English Civil Engineering it Q40 '. 1 L K john C. Piccirillo David A. Piper Mechanical Engineering Mefhgnjcal 15ng,nemng .8- , x.. ' If Lorraine H. Ployer Brian Thomas Plummer Operations Management Electrical Engineering jacqueline M. Porter Morris G. Porter Clinical Lab Science Management ICN U Sharon A. Potter james A. Powers Accounting Gf0l0SY . -,Q l "1 Cuong D. Pham Mechanical Engineering lin J . . l9j'V.i.. 1' 1 - . -- Ei'aig'I1?,:i.,44 I -1 .- 4 ,- ' -5165" ' '- 3' 1- , -. .. . 4' f - 41 ' .. ,.' N' go? I " any '. fln1,ai..f1 1.4515 QWIQLQU' '- Heidi A. Plouffe Marketing 1 Thomas N. Podesta David R. Poor Babak POrOOShani Plastics Engineering Industrial Technology Electrical Engineering Brian W. Possi Mark A. Pothier Peter L. POIlli6f Criminal justice Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering . ' an ' ' 3- Ian C. Prees Lynne Kathryn Prescott Mifnafl D- Pfi1'1ClPC Mefhanical Engineering Criminal justice Electrical Engineering SENIORS 245 D' f-r Albion E. Prindle jr. Ann-Marie Provost Plastics Engineering Nursing 3 David Querusio Mary T. Quigley Management information Systems Business Management 1" Robert D. Quinn james L. Quinno Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering an K 40- .Q i lg. l Mark A. Ratcliffe Richard T. Ratrray Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Brian T. Raymond Daniel Raymond Physical Therapy Electrical Engineering 244 SENIORS -0 ,, Andrew Pultorak Brian G. Pye Ronald P. Quattrochi ManagementfMarkenng Electrical Engineering Industrial Technology 9- 77 f ,H-v xr , Paul R. Quigley Nicolino S. Quinci Peter Quinn Management Meteorology Plastics Engineering Ls, Karen Quinter Patrick F. Raduazzo jr. Kathleen Rafferty Mathematics Industrial Technology Msdlfal TeClm0l0gY P' Qt. Q Carolyn Mary Rauseo Terri L. Ravanis Michael Robert Rawlings Accounting Computer Science Mechanical Engineering l .ht x " Carolyn Razzaboni Christine H. Ready Sarah L- Reddish An Nursing Management Lisa M. Reeves Management Information Systems Kathryn A. Ricciardi Marketing Rollin L. Ricketts Electrical Engineering Mary B. Robbins Psychology gg i 'P'-'I jospeh L. Robichaud Physics Patricia Regan Marketing J- Paul D. Richard Mechanical Engineering Michael G. Rider Industrial Technology Thomas C. Robert Computer Science Catherine Reid Psychology Lynette M. Richards Accounting Mark Riley Mechanical Engineering .- H., Ellen Roberts Health Education Melissa jill Reid Marketing William Richards Operations Management 4 -A Christopher A. Ripley Management Alan Robertshaw Nuclear Engineering David P. Reis Plastics Engineering james P. Richmond Computer Science 47' Doreen Rivard Music Industry Debra A. Robertshaw Management Information Systems Leah A- Rofihwafg Fred W. Rode-nhiser Kerstin A. Roesler Michael D. Rogers Management Electrical Engineering Marketing Criminal-Iusgige SENIORS 245 james E. Rogers jr. Political Science Philip W. Rosenzwieg Accounting 4 Mark Donald Russell Mechanical Engineering Ni Abboud K. Safi Electrical Engineering ..i ,Q Cfaig R. Roller Michele V. Romell Mechanical Engineering Nursing Kristine J. Rousseau Scott A, Rourhier Accounting Electrical Engineering M If Stephen R. Russell Christopher Rust SOCiOl0gY Electrical Engineering 1 X 1 R0l3C1'f P- Sagefiafl Richard Sahagian Mathematics physics sc Denise A. Rondeau Computer Science Thomas M. Ruane Accounting 53 Mary M. Ryan Accounting David A. Salisbury Geology Susan R. Sama Gregory Sands Michael Santoro Linda Ann Sattler Nursing MU5iC EdUC3fIOH Marketing Nursing 246 SENIORS jeffey K. Roop Industrial Management Arthur H. Rubin English Francis X. Sacco Industrial Technology Michael Saltmarsh Electrical Engineering Patrick Scanlon Mechanical Engineering Stephen E. Schlaich Management 1 11 Michelle Scribner English Marialena Selvaggio Sociology Smriti Shah Industrial Engineering jean C. Schoenfeld Mechanical Engineering Denise A. Scutellaro Financial Management Patrick Sennott Electrical Engineering Ronald Shamon Industrial Technology ft 9 Sharon Mary Scott Criminal justice john F. Sears Industrial Management Pamela G. Sessler Marketing Andrea E.K. Shanley Criminal justice :snail 195 john Seymour Nancy E. Shaffer Mechanical Engineering Physical Therapy Elizabeth Shannon Leslie Shaw Physical Therapy Chemical Engineering Susan M. Shea Karen M. Sheehan Nancy A. Shepard Karen A. Sherman Nora jean Sherman Biological Science Electrical Engineering Nursing Mechanical Engineering Mathematics SENIORS 247 -x 'fi 'W Y , V - K! 'L I F? 1 A . x- ihw , p,, vi 1 uf '.-'A :Nw wi. Martin Smith Management john A. Souza Electrical Engineering joseph M. Spinosa Electrical Engineering Raymond St. Pierre Industrial Technology Denise M. Stanley Industrial Management 0 T ' ' A Q W V . . l Paul S. Smith Tina May Smith Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Steven Souza Evan A. Sparages Computer Science Accounting Cheryl L. Sprague Timothy Spriano Chemical Engineering Mechanical Engineering joseph R. Stack Timothy Stack Electrical Engineering 0 Sylvia Starbuck Political Science Electrical Engineering I Paul M. Starratt Civil Engineering 5 fl gl l Steven A. Snyder Ron Christopher Sousa Huamn Resource Management Computer Science Geoffrey P. Spencer john W. Spencer III Computer Science Computer Science if li. J Marc St. Germain Michelle A. St. jean Accounting Accounting ,VD Margaret M. Stahl Paul Sfaniec International Management Financial Management au- U' 'gi 1 if William L. Stefanov Julie A' Stevens Geology Nursing SENIORS 249 .,,,....,fi 4? l e l Michael DI. Stevens Mechanical Engineering r -Q. Qi .I Mary B. Strain Physical Therapy Stephen M. Streeter Maria A. Stuart Scott H. Sughrue Computer Science International Management Management Information Systems .3 v 1 X -ual Maureen Mary Sullivan Timothy P. Sullivan Anclree Surette Accounting Criminal justice Management Information Systems of 33 Wx. L7 Kathleen Sweeney Mark Sweeney Nancy F. Sweeney Susan M. Stevens Psychology Gregory Stratis Electrical Engineering Alice Sullivan Industrial Management Kathleen E, Swan Nursing Paul A. Sweet 26. Mark Stobbs Electrical Engineering Michael E. Street Management Information Systems Colleen M. Sullivan Psychology Glenn Swanbon Nuclear Engineering l Mark Sylvia Physical Therapy Electrical Engineering English Electrical Engineering Criminal juStiCS 250 SENIORS fi l 4.4 stephen F. szabiak Thuy Thi Tang sung 'rw Paula 'FHIHUCZRU JHmfS F- Tffffwllv Financial Management Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering Numan: Elecmcdl nnK'nff"nH Richard P. Tessier Tom Tetlow III Marcia Lee Thatcher Jeanne M- Thffiaulf Mary D- Tl'llb0de2U English Electrical Engineering Criminal justice Management Nursing If l gf David Thompson William F. Thompson Kaghigann Thurston Ellen Marie Tjghe Amir M. Torabi Computer Science Mechanical Engineering Marhemanfg Phygigal Therapy Electrical Engineering Areka Torosian David W. Torrisi Karen Toupin james Travaglini Kafefl M- T1'8VCfS Mechanical Engineering Computer Science Physical Therapy Management Management Inf'0fm3fi0f1 SYSFCFUS Lynne Susan Tremblay jeffrey M. Trerola jOhn Tsapatsaris Carol L. Tully Kfifefl M- TQFCOIFG Environmental Science Clinical Lab Science Financial Management Accounting Mathematlcs SENIORS 251 Gregory A, Turgeon jeffrey P. Turmelle Lynn A- Tymif1SlCi Civil Engineering Computer Sclcncc Industrial Technology 595 nlU""':""" Mark D. Tyrol Vanthan Un Rebecca M. Underwood Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Physical Therapy Z di, I A f.. Ie Howard Unger Stephen Unger Hector Dario Valdes Robert A. Valli William VanDam Mechanical Engineering Computer Science Mechanical Engineering Industrial Technology Mechanical Engineering S2 1 v -0 'Og' 1 fl Lk L- M E l Michelle Veilleux Donald A. Verrill Linda M. Vertullo George B. Villaras Adele L, Vincent Physical Therapy Nuclear Engineering Management Financial Management Psychology if Dawn M. Vinciguerra Khoi Vota Maryanne Vrouhas Stephen Alexander Barbara Walker Mathematics Physics History Waitkevich Physical Therapy Computer Science 252 SENIORS Paul Walker Electrical Engineering Amanda M. Washington Mathematics Lisa A. Wenzel Health Education john j. White Electrical Engineering Michael E. Walsh William Walsh Allen R. Walters Civil Engineering Meteorology Electrical Engineering Cynthia A. Wasik Ronald M. Way Mark A. Webb Psychology Mechanical Engineering Computer Science Michael F. Ward Electrical Engineering Bradford R. Welch Accounting 5.3, Darcie Z. Wescott joseph P. Westerman Karen A. Westerman Valerie j. Wetzler Financial Management Electrical Engineering Biological Science P5YCh0l0EY I., uf" A ,,. . .,"r ' 1... -,,- ,,-,, ,. ...l..--.f Y SEHIORS 255 s . V 1 Ei2V's'1 , is ff x'."' 4' W A- HH! P - 's' fi - 4 Thomas Xi Wilson Margaret A. Wiltshire Mzzggezen: Dotson Nzsgg joseph Wbifgang Donna M, Vfolnik Otaeraicri 3-Lrigezex kiustri Sfizagezeit Annmarie Vfoodbutn james E. Wbods Mrigeztzezt I:fcr:',a:.:: Sfs'e"s Cozrzutef Scgezzce 25-1 SENIORS XY eidz -lea: Yi ite Y 'Q 'g Robert L. Wiita Mecriiga. Exggeerpzg Fred M. Vfinsmann Pi':i:.cg: Sophia B. Vfong Co:p::e: Scieftce Kimberly J. Wboster CTEILCL Ezggzeefiig S 9 ' - USSR I V- Rztnej. Karla Wzereng D - "-5-55 Cz:p-:ef Scrzce 1 9 Scott Ni. YfAiiiCLJTC Richard F. XXHSOQ Cf ---Ak S- E--5--ff--.5 C:-, Edgzeenzg Stephen C. Yfitkus Susan Kristine Witzgail Meceztzce Ezgmeezzg Biolo5::zQ Sczcce Darla M-YW'OOd Paula A Grandpre Xiwood M211 Physici 'lfierapp' Peter S. Wonhington NOFHMH C. Wright Mec3'.zcJ:aQ Ezgineergg Eeicz E551-'ieiftg Moni ue T. Yoakim q jean M. Zabroski Maria Zafiriadis Biological Science Mechanical Engineering Clinical Lab Science J' 'O Michael S. Zanoni Pl35YlC5 Engineering Management Information Systems History Gregory Zaralides Karl G. Zemgals 115 ,J fr Debra E. Zannino Physical Therapy Peter Anthony Zorzonello Accounting ,Q 1' Ronald C. Sedlacek Mechanical Engineering 1' Kathleen M. Selfridge Criminal justice SEHIORS 255 , 8559? -t -?r': . f ff,-91 fa - .b --I" ,J , , f. gs Q'-1-1 'lx fi TL.-f-7 .vw- ..-w?u- ..- 'ff .lg -' : 1 f PC -Y -A mul'-A, K sq..-Q, in I Q . 315. 4 vi-4 3 it 'l' f- .1 . s.. A 'film ' ' o '-Q ,QF X Q' r ' 0 A- N t D :L y1 I I 1 I Q to Year ln QSVISW hls past year has been one of celebratnon and scandal of progress and change and of new beglnnmgs T hrs country celebrated the 100 th blrthday of two of Amenca s landmarks the Statue of Lnberty on July 4 1986 and that of Hollywood ln Febru ary 1987 The party for the Statue of Llberty was a three day long extravaganza full of actlvltles across the country There was a tall ship parade nn New York Harbor many muslcal performances and a grandlose fireworks dlsplay Hundreds of new Amencan cltlzens were sworn ln ln a nation wlde natnonally televlsed naturallzatlon ceremony In February there was a celebratlon of Hollywood s first one hundred years Hollywood has long been knovlm as La La Land TlnS6lt0Wl'l Cocame Gulch and a celebnty zoo It s also a playpen for some of the worlds most beautlful and mtrlgumg people There has never been any place llke It nor wlll there ever be Scandal was also a major quality of thus past year IRANSCAM probably the largest polltlcal scandal smce Watergate mvolved the sellmg of mlssles to Iran and deposltmg the monies into a secret Swiss bank account set up by the CIA President Reagan clalmed lgnorance over the entlre deal and that the only two ofliclals that knew of the deal were NSC Alde Ohver North and National Secunty Advlsor John Pomdexter In late November of 1986 both North and Pom dexter left the NSC It was not untll March of 1987 that Presldent Reagan held a news conference to brave the onslaught of reporters However the Presldent put to rest only the more obvlous questlons yet not too concluslvely only stating that any further dlscusslon would lnvanably lead to repetltlous clrcles Yet another scandal of the past year was the Manne spy scandal ln whlch a Marme confessed that he had succumbed to the charms of a Soviet receptlomst ln Moscow and reportedly allowed her to travel through some of the most sensltlve areas of the U S Embas sy Many more members of the U S Marlnes were also accused of spying mcldents Gary Hart the front runnlng Democratlc Presldentlal Candldate dropped out of the race mld May 1987 when lt was revealed that he spent time entertalnmg an actress from Mlaml Hart denied any accusatlons of adultry yet his popularlty shd He then desnbed hnmself as a hunted quarry and wlthdrew from the race denounc mg the pohtlcal process Questxons were then ralsed about when an lnqulry mto a polltlclan s prlvate behavlor IS legltlmate i 1 - , P " Q - J . I . A QQ . , - I Lv ' ' ., I Q Q Q , , Q " l I I , - Q I Q Q Q I - - Q QQ ' - QQQ 9 Q . Q Q Q I ' I O O I I0 . - Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q ' I QQ - . 1 1 I' . I -- - U 0 0 1 ,- I I 9 ' Q , Q Q Q Q . . - Q Q Q QQ Q Q Q Q 0 I QQ Q Q Q I I ,- Q QQ Q Q Q " - lac Q Q Q Q 0 Q 7 , Q Q Q Q Q Q Q , 1. I . Q Q - . I - . 0 I 1 ' ' I -S ' Q Q Q Q I Q Q Q Q I I Cl C t - Q ' Q A .- Q Q Q - 0 0 O Q ' QQ . ' . - . , - Q Q Q J I I I ' Q O O O I 0 Q Q I .Q Q Q I Q Q Q Q Q Q ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 0 xx 11 0 QoQ ,- I Q QQ Q Q .. O Q Q Q QQQ , Q Q Q QQ Q Q - , -' 0 - .- 257 July 4, 1987 Statue QF Liberty Celebration oo YEAQQS QF ,-, , -r . ,N X Lo , ,391-,, ir - ig ! -V' Lift ' , 2251 J N115 , lg ?,fYyff-Q-sir , is ig Q? T 260 he world of politics was not the only area in which scandal was evident in this past year. The world of religion was also touched. A sex and money scandal forced Jim and Tammy Bakker to leave their multimillion dollar spiritual program and to seek refuge in California. Jim Bakker appeared on his PTL TV network and told his viewers that he was leaving to stop to "diabolical plot" of other evangelical networks takeover his church. It was also re- vealed that Bakker had committed adultry with both other men and women. His wife Tammy appeared to be very forgiving. Later in May, James Bakker was ousted from the church of Assemblies of Ciod. Within the past year, America has undergone a full scale anti-drug crusade. ln August of1986, President Reagan called for a "national cru- sade" against drugs suggesting employer drug testing requirements for their employees. The current Administration has nearly doubled the budget appropriations for drug-enforcement. First Lady Nancy Reagan launched a ljust say no" campaign in 1984 and, two years later, this subject has become one ofthe Presidents major concems also. Now it seems that wherever one looks there are slogans against drugs televi- sion programs are also utilizing anti-drug story- lines to get the message across to the American society. Surrogate mothers have also been in the spot light for much of the past year. The major case has been that of Baby M. which began when Mary Beth Whitehead decided to keep the child which she had agreed to can'y for William Stem. The Stems agreed to pay Whitehead S10 OOO and the same amount to the Infertility Center of New York where the Stems found' Whitehead. They also agreed to pay Whiteheads medical costs After the child was bom in March of 1986 Whitehead began to have second thoughts about handing over the child. All throughout the summerof 1986 Baby M. was searched for by po- lice and a pnvate detec- tive for the Whiteheads had taken and hidden her in Florida Early in 1987 the case was re- solved by the New Jersey Family Court awarding the child to her father William Stem. 3, 19 ,p-., if .QX o 326' I X I' r 5 4-' ' -:-:':-:-:-: :-:-:- 5, -:5:5:3:5:1:5: 15:15 f 9' C 2 V 4 4 ,. ,, -c ,T li verall, this pas year proved to be one that kept us all on the edge of our seats: from celebratlon to catas- trophe and from scandal to honor. lt has been a year of growlng leamlng and proba- bly most of all questlonmg Questlonlng the rellablllty and slncerlty of our leaders and our lnstltutlons On the posltlve slde we have seen more mvolvement by mem bers of the pnvate sector ln Issues of na tlonal concem such as the AIDS cnsns and the war on drugs School year 1986 1987 was truly a year that we mnll all remember for one reason or another Tlm Cameron ll ' 2 df ' P - . I . , . l A-' . 1 i . 0 ,' :- S s ll lv Q. 'rc' If o Q . S'.", N .' .' was A v . W g . x , . 45" x - yi' u ,Q I '!a', D r I 1 i Q v iw. x ,ff 'Q Q I 5' Q. ---as , . rf 49" - 'V r Xx 1987 brings with it the twenty-fifth anniversary of the tragic death of Marilyn Monroe, one of the most fam- ous stars in liollywoods's history. Lee Strasberg effectively stated what Marilyn Monroe really was in his eulogy at her funeral ceremony: 'iMarilyn Monroe was a legend. ln her ovm lifetime she created a myth of what a poor girl from a deprived back- ground could attain. For the entire world she became a symbol of the etemal feminine...We gathered here today knew Marilyn - a warm human being, impulsive and shy, sensitive and in fear of rejection, yet ever avid for life and reaching out for fulfillment." ,MQ 7'71f , ! 1VZ'l f. i - W 'Q And It Rained, And Rained, And Rained. ln early April of 1987 swollen rivers threatened central and eastern parts of Massachusettes, as well as south- em parts of New Hampshire. A state of emergency was declared in Massa- chusetts, New Hampshire and Maine with many residents and businesses being evacuated to safer areas. This flood was deemed the worst flood seen by the area in over fifty years. The flood began when thirteen inches of torrential doxmpour fell on most of Massachusetts. The rain continued for almost four entire days without relief. Many area residences and businesses were submerged un- der six feet of water. Plans were made for the potential evacuation of Leitch and Bourgeois halls in the event that power outages resulting from water in the conduits. Dean King stated that the two resi- dence halls were in no danger of be- ing flooded due to the fact that they were both built on 100 year old flood planes. The 100 year old flood plane. based on engineering studies con- ceming river flow, guarantees that ex- cessively high waters will not enter the structures. "The foundations were a separate contract because the land is filled with broken down tenements and landfill. so extra money was spent in planning the foundations. They are water tight because ofthe engineering design that went into them." reported Dean King. Tim Ctmicron And It Burned, And Burned, And Burned. At approximately 5:50pm on March 2.'5,1987, the beginning of what developed into a ten-alarm uncontrollable fire raged through several mill buildings at the Aiken Street bridge. Two mills were destroyed and two others were severely damaged. Thousands of students flocked to the scene of the infemo and several ULoweIl students were seen helping the firefighters with hoses and crowd control. The blaze was so intense that it could be seen from miles around. Fire officials were concemed about nearby buildings, including Fox Hall, which were completely ex- posed to buming embers flying in the turbulences caused by the blaze. The following moming, many residents from Lowell, Chelmsford, Dracut, and Pelham HH, reported ashes, soot, and debris on their property. The mill complex was being eyed as a key part of the Univer- sities expansion plan for the next few years. Mr. Don Brisel- den, Facilities Manager, stated that none of the mills had been purchased as of the date of the fire. He also stated that many of the key buildings that the univer- sity was looking at were un- touched. The university still plans on going through with their expansion plans for the mills by either renovating or re- building them. Tim Cameron Abdulrahim. Abdulghani, 176 Fetherston Ave., Lowell, MA 01852 Abelquist, Eric W., 214 Tyler Rd RFD ffl, Contoocook. NH 05229 Abi-Ezzi, Sabine S., 11 Brewster St.. N. Andover. MA 01845 Abney. Paula M., 100 Cass Ave. 'f15A, Dracut. MA 01826 Abodeely, Sandra L.. 129 Lowell St., Andover, MA 01810 Abou-Haidar, Faouzl Y., 6 lnman St. -'50, Lawrence, MA 01845 Abraham, Christine M.. 58 Oakcrest Cir., Methuen, MA 01844 Abraham. Maryflllen. 75 Hawthom St., Lowell, MA 01851 Abrahamian. David A., 49 Tmll Lane West, Lowell, MA 01852 Acocella. Michael W., 25 Hatfield Place, Staten Island. NY 10502 Adolph, David J., . 20 Wobum St., Lowell, MA 01852 Af Klinteberg, Kirsten, H., Ahdab. Sharon L.. 1 Christopher. Westford. Ahoia, christopher. 286 Pawtuckett Apt. 1. Lowell. MA 01852 MA 01886 29 King Ave., twhalom Dlitchburg. MA 01420 Ainsworth, Gary J., . . . 5 Dover St., Lowell. MA 01851 Alasti, Pirooz, . 1100 Skyline Dr. Apt. 4. Dracut. MA 01826 Albright, Christine L., Abbott Run Valley Rd, P, Cumberland. Rl 02864 Alex, Sophia S., 120 Warrenton Rd., Haverhill. MA 01850 Alexandris, Greg P., . 14 Crestwood Dr., Andover, MA 21810 Alford, Steven J., 446 Old Connecticut PA, Framingham, MA 01701 Allan. John R., , , 255 Pearl St., Reading. MA 01867 Allard. Joseph J., 6 Stevens Rd., Worcester, MA 01605 Aluia, Joseph ,... . . . 8 Austin St.. Somerville. MA 02145 Amaral. Manuel G., 124 Sherman St., S. Dartmouth, MA 01501 Amatucci, Anna M., . . 48 Hillis Rd., Hyde Park. MA 02156 Amedure, Jeannie L., . , . . 17 Ox Rd., Billerica, MA 01821 Am5, Paul F., , , ..,. 14 Lindsay Rd., Billerica, MA 01821 Amidon, Chris D., 20 independence Rd.. Bedford, MA 01750 02 745 Anastasi, Lynda D., 11 Eaton Ct. W. Meadw HI., Haverhill. MA 01550 Anderson, Alan F., ..,.... , 7 Karol Dr., Norton, MA 02766 Anderson, Derrick J., 154 High Plain Rd., Andover. MA 01810 Anderson, Donald E., , Simonds Rd.. Ashby. MA 01451 Anderson, Kathleen E.. .... 55 Edgehill Rd., Stow, MA 01775 Anderson, Mark W.. ..... 85 Prescott St., Reading, MA 01867 Andrusaitis, Greg L.. 150 Graniteville Rd., Chelmsford MA 01824 Angelli, Paul S., , ...... 68 Carter Rd., Lynn MA 01904 Angelo, Robert M.. ..... 2 Austin St., Burlington, MA 01805 Angus. Penelope J., ,... 58 Cottage St., Wellesley, MA 02181 Annable, Charles W.. .... 20 Frost Lane, Amherst. MA 01002 Apostol, Alexander. .... 77 West Main St., Dudley, MA 01570 Arangio, Christine M., . . . 119 Walnut St, Saugus, MA 01906 Arcieri, Janet M., . . , 584 Walker St. 18. Lowell. MA 01851 Amdorfer. Pamela A.. . 52 Hall Rd., Chelsmford. MA 01824 Arsenault, Brian L., .... 270 Temple St., Gardner, MA 01440 Asadoorian. Laurie A.. 777 Ocean St. Box 441, Marshfield. MA 02050 Ashab, Masuma T.. . ..,., 5 Locke Rd.. Billerica. MA 01821 Ashley, Marianne E.. . . 24 Keene Rd., E. Freetown, MA 02717 Astbury, Allan L., ..... 25 Leonard Dr., Marlboro, MA 01752 Atanga, John-William. 488 Moody St. Apt. 6, Lowell. MA 01854 Atlas, Robert P., ..... 12 Yarmouth Rd., Norwood. MA 02062 Auriemma, Paul A., . . . 6 Margaret Rd., Stoneham, MA 02180 Aversa, Charlm J., . , 15 Kingston St., No. Andover, MA 01845 Avery. Thomas A.. . . 42 Ridge Ave., Lexington, MA 02175 Babineau, David W., . . 46 Westwood Glen Rd.. Westwood, MA Bell. Kristin A.. Bellantoni. Peter C,, Benjamin. Lance A., Bennett, Paul R., Bennett, Peter D., Benolt. Tod A,. Bergeron. Bemard A,. Bergeron, Keith X., Bergman. Davld P,. Berlo. James J.. 60 Cleveland Rd., Waltham 15 Country Ln.. Hillsdale, 5 Payson Rd.. Billerlca, 50 Spruce St,. Winchester 6 Short Rd,, Pelham P.O. Box 517, Fiskdale, 255 White St.. Lowell. 1016 Middlesex St., Lowell. 55 Orchard St., Leominster, 82 West Sixth St.. Lowell Bemardo, Donna J., 15 Kayajan Ave., Buzzards Bay. Beny. Debra C.. 5 Bunker Ave.. Reading, Bertocchi, Ronald M.. 10 Luke Rd.. Everett, Berube, Thomas H.. 151 Greenwood Ave., Dracut. Betses. Dayna, 215 Parker St., Lowell, Bettencourt. Femando. M.. 50 Tremont, Salem, Bibeau, John M., . 8 Oak Knoll Rd., Burlington, Birch. Donna M., 454 Hlldreth St., Dracut. Bishop, Mark J., . 50 Smlth St.. Lawrence, Bistany, Dennis R,. 47 Stevens Ave., Lawrence, Bitler. David M., . 579 Beacon St.. Lowell, Blackwell, George L., 60 Loon Hill Rd., Dracut. Blake. Steven J., 5 Scott Dr,. Peabody. Blanco. Ellda. J.. 145 P.O. Sqare, A1111, Lowell, Blatus, Stephen M., 52 Forest Park Rd., Dracut. Bllss, Peter J.. . . 546 Fairview Ave.. Rehoboth, Bloom. David R., . 54 Mayflower Cir.. Holden, Bloom. Jeffrey S., . 50 Joseph Rd.. Framingham, Bomengen, Reidar, W.. 575 Pawtucket St.. Lowell, Boolani, Sanjay, H.. 120 Cabot St.. Lowell. Borrelli. David M., 19 Buswell Ave.. Methuen, Bottomley, Robert P.. . 55 Pomond Rd., Worcester. Bouchard, Mark D., . . 12 Avon Dr.. Hudson. Bouchard, Robert J., 15 Colby Ct., No, Andover, Boucher, Barbara A., . 9 Fairview Dr., Westford, Boucher, Jane E., 12 Aberdeen Road, N. Chelmsford, Boujaoude. Elissar. Boullie. Lisa C., , Bourgeois, Anita A.. , Bourque. Llsa D., . Bourque. Stephen Bourret. Steven R., Boussy, Michael E., Boyer. Kerri L., , Boyle. Douglas M.. Boyle, James A., . . Brabant, Pamela E,. Bradlield. Kathleen J., Brady. Louls A.. . . . Branchaud, Alice M., R.. Brandon, Alan R.. . , Brault, Bemard R., , Breault, Danielle M., Breen. Mary A.. . 109 Lafayette Sq., Haverhill. 2 Sanford Rd.. Chelmsford. , , 10 Walnut St., Lowell. , 185 Christian. Lowell. , , . 12 Bama Cir.. Salem. 10 Wedgewood Dr., Chelmsford. . . 54 Pawsey St.. Quincy, , , 551 Longley Rd.. Groton, , . . 50 Conrad St., Methuen, . 529 High st., Whitman, 45 Beech St., Lowell, . 15 Cherry Lane. Westford, 55 Westford Cir.. Springfield. . 15 Martha Ln., Lawrence. , . . . . 9 Flagg Rd., Acton. 50 Houghton Ct., Leominster, 9 Point Of Pina, E, Freetown, . . 14 Harvard Pl., Somerville, Brennan, Robert F.. . . . . 15 Norma Rd., Bedford. Brennan, Jr., Peter J., .... 25 Clark Rd., Lowell. Brett. Eric C., . , , Briggs. Rebecca A.. Brochu. Ronald P.. . . Brock, Virginia, . , Broom, Kris M.. . .. Broughton, David C,, Browm, Cynthia A., Brown, James D., , Brown. Susan M., . . . Browning, Rebecca. Bmnelle, Michael J.. Bryan, Kathrina M.. Bryan, Maureen A.. Bucceri, Michelle A.. Buckley, Joseph P.. Bukowiec, Paul C.. . . 16 Bradstreet Ave.. Danvers, , , , . 45 Florence St., Dracut. . . . 85 Pelham St., Methuen, . . . . 61 Merrill St.. Lowell. . . . , 54 Whitman St., Stow. 10 Murray Park Rd.. Littleton, 75 Sandy Pond Rd,, Ayer, , . , 29 Walker St., Lowell. . . . 22 Berkeley St.. Quincy. 42Apple.Essex. . , Old Lawrence Rd., Pelham, , . 55 Pine Hill Rd.. Bedford. . . 68 Putnam Ave., Wakefield. . 2 Johnson Rd.. Chelmsford. . . . .. 464 Beale St.. Quincy, . , 50 Bouchard Ave., Dracut, 02090 Baginsky, Kathleen K.. .,.. 15 Lewis Lane. Saugus, MA 01906 Balerlein, Karl, ..,.. 50 Hardone Rd.. Needham, MA 02192 Baker, Monica M., . . . 60 Hampstead St.. Methuen. MA 01844 Bakken, Tena L., . 492 Fletcher St. Apt. 32, Lowell, MA 01854 Baldwin, Michael T., .... 2 High Plain Cir., Sharon, MA 02067 Ball, Kevin D., . .... Oak l-llll Rd., Harvard, MA 01451 Ballard, Linda J.. . . 54 Laurel Ave., Haverhill. MA 0130 Ballard, Ronald F., . . .,.,, . 7 Glen Dr.. Hudson. NH 05051 Balsamo, Joseph V.. . . 189 Garden St.. Lawrence, MA 01840 Bandar. Bassem M.. ..., 88 Ronald Rd., Arlington, MA 02174 Barbas, Steven R., . . . , 7 Laredo Dr.. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Baril, Christine A., . . . 520 Skyline Dr. 319, Dracut. MA 01826 Barkat, Rukhsana H.. . . 40 Stuart Ave. 220, Dracut. MA 01826 Bames, Glenn T., . . . 5 Rocky Hill Rd., Andover. MA 01810 Baron, Richard F., 150 Pleasant Terr., Leominster. MA 01455 Barrett. Diane E., .,... 26 Beaumont SL, Melrose. MA 02176 Barrett, Lisa C., . . . . 8 Wildwood St., Burlington, MA 01805 Barrett, Margaret M., . . . . 224 Foster St., Lowell, MA 01851 Barry. Gregory P.. . . . 12 Oakhurst Rd.. Beverly, MA 01915 Barry. Sharon M., ,...... 50 Dufton Rd.. Andover. MA 01810 Barth. Lisa D.. . , , . , . . 8 Blake St.. Beverly, MA 01915 Bartolomeu, Charles E., . 44 Eutan St.. E. Boston, MA 02128 Beauregard. Doris l., ,.,, 24 Salem Rd., Westford, MA 01886 Bedrosian, Mark C., , , 57 Sylvan St. 6-F, Danvers. MA 01925 Beland, Stephanie A., . 55 Harlem St., Lowell. MA 01854 Belcher. Donald A., . 48 Jasper St.. Saugus. MA 01906 266 Bullock, Robert A., 110 Meeting House, Hillsterling, Bullwinkle, Brian M.. . . . 55 Elsmere Ter.. Dracut, Buonopane, Thomas V,, . . . 2 Forest Ave., Everett, Burati, Michael R., . . Burchill, Mary E., . ., Burgio, Justine M.. . . Burke, Dorothy A.. . , Elizabeth A.. Burke, Burke, Julie. . , . , Burke, Bumham. Theodore Bums. David J., . . . . Burrows, Richard C.. Buscanera. John A.. Butler. Stephen T.. . . Butler. William F., . Butt. Michael C., . . , Bylicki, Lisa J.. . Cahill, Margaret P.. Burke, Paul E.. .... . Stephanie H.. . . 6 Woodridge Rd., Maynard. , , , . . P.O. Box 9162, Boston. . . . 590 Russell St.. Wobum. . . 57 Banlulis Rd.. Billerica. . , . , . . 224 Pine St., Lowell, . . . 64 Haverhill St., Andover, , . . . 56 Riverside St., Lowell. , , . . . , . 162 Pine St., Lowell, A.. . 50 Southem Ave.. Essex. , . 14 Manomet Rd., Wobum. , , 78 Norris Rd., Tyngsboro. , , . . . . . 20 Rice Ave.. Revere. . . 68 Florence Ave.. Lowell. 9 Beaverbrook Rd.. Burlington, . . . . . P.O. Box 525. Agawam. . . 89 Church St., Ludlow, . 55 Warwick Street. Lowell, MA NJ MA MA HH MA MA MA MA MA 02154 07642 01821 01890 05076 01518 01854 01851 01455 01850 MA 02552 01867 02149 01826 01851 01970 01805 01826 MA MA MA MA MA MA MA MA 01841 MA 01845 MA 02850 MA 01826 MA 01960 MA 01852 MA 01826 MA 02769 MA 01520 MA 01701 MA 01854 MA 01854 MA 01844 MA 01602 MA 01749 MA 01845 MA 01886 MA 01865 MA 01650 MA 01824 MA 01852 MA 01850 MA 01970 MA 01824 MA 02169 MA 01450 MA 01844 MA 02582 MA 01850 MA 01886 MA 01109 MA 01845 MA 01720 MA 01455 MA 02717 MA 02145 MA 01750 MA 01852 MA 0192.5 MA 01826 MA 01844 MA 01852 MA 01775 MA 01460 MA 01452 MA 01854 MA 02169 MA 01929 NH 05076 MA 01750 MA 01880 MA 01824 MA 02169 MA 01826 MA 01564 MA 01826 MA 02149 MA 01754 MA 02114 MA 01801 MA 01821 MA 01851 MA 01810 MA 01854 MA 01851 MA 01929 MA 01801 MA 01879 MA 02151 MA 01851 MA 01805 MA 01001 MA 01056 MA 01851 Caikauskas, Karen M,, 119 Hose Rd., Mandiester, Calarese, Chrlstine M.. 87 Regent Cir., Franklin, Calderone, Anthony T., 140 Longhlll Rd., Franklin Callahan. Joseph J., 24 Maple Ave., Swampscott Callery, James F.. 9 Watson Ave., worcester. Camasso, Cynthia J., 5 Westview Terr., Pelham. Cameron. Timothy J.. 15 Thompson St.. Amesbury, Cammarata, Frank J., 95 Newbury St., Lawrence. Canha, Jeffrey, J., 8 Village Cir.. Lexington, Cannizzaro. Vincent C.. 4 Wright Ave., Billerica, Cao, Chau Thanh. 50 Wedgemere Dr.. Lowell, Caplan, Maryjane. Cappadona, Robert J., Caputo, Kenneth J.. Carbonneau, DlBl'll'lE Cl.. Carey. Bruce D., Cariglio, Steven L.. Caristl, Linda T.. 10 Blood Rd.. Andover, 655 Beaver St.. Waltham. 55 Deborah Dr., Reading, 50 Sea Ave.. Quincy. 6 Ellis Court. N. Andover, 117 Meadow St., Aubum, 16 Gould Rd,, Bedford. Carlino, Cheryl M., 705 Shawsheen St. Tewlcsbury, Caron. Mark R., 25 Roycroli Rd., Peabody. Caron, Marylou. . 50 W. Bradstreet. No. Andover, Carpenlto. Thomas A., 15 Kearsage St.. Tewksbury, Carr, Jerome F.. Carroll. Brenda L., Dianne M.. Carroll, Carroll, Ralph. . 101 Patten Rd.. Tewksbury, 59 Endmour Rd,, Watford. 651 Trull, Tewlsbury. 1 Naushon Rd.. Pinehurst. Carson, Charles L,. 6 Fountain St.. Peabody. Carver, Robert. 145 Old Ocean SL. Marshfield, Casale, JoAnne, 84 Moody SL. No. Andover, Casanova, Wanda, Casey. Carla l,, Casey, Donna A., , Casey. Mark D.. Casey, Maureen A.. Casserly, Peter F,. Cassidy. David E., Cassidy, James M., Cassidy, Martin M,, . Castellarin, Stephen. Castles. Stephen J.. Catalano. Paul J., Catanzaro, Dominic Caya, Diane M., Celata, George J., Cerqua. Karen M.. . Chafe, Eric J., Chalf, Melissa J., . Chafee. Robin L., . 54 L., 85 Adams St., Lowell. 492 Fletcher St., 22, Lowell, 22 Garrity Rd., Burlington. , 84 Acton St., Maynard. 22 Lake SL. Amesbury, Kensington Dr., Chelmsford. 51 Granite St.. Medlield, 109 Foster St., Lowell, 51 Hampstead St., Methuen, . 59 Camille Rd,, Revere, , 85 Phillips St., Lawrence, 56 Meriline Ave.. Methuen, 40 Madison Ave., Everett, . 15 Cedar Hill Rd.. Ashland, 69 Bourque Rd,, Lynnlield, 21 Chamberlain, Chelmsford. 9 State SL. Chelmsford, , 109 Beech St.. Lowell, 15 Cedar St.. Burlington. NH 05105 MA 02058 MA 02058 MA 01907 MA 01606 NH 05076 MA 01915 MA 01841 MA 02175 MA 01821 MA 01852 MA 01810 MA 02154 MA 01867 MA 02169 MA 01845 MA 01501 MA 01750 MA 01876 MA 01960 MA 01845 MA 01876 MA 01876 MA 01886 MA 01876 MA 01866 MA 01960 MA 02050 MA 01845 MA 01854 MA 01850 MA 01805 MA 01754 MA 01915 MA 01824 MA 02052 MA 01851 MA 0184-4 MA 02151 MA 01845 MA 01844 MA 02149 MA 01721 MA 01940 MA 01824 MA 01824 MA 01850 MA 01805 Chapdelaine. Ronald A., 954 Monmouth St., New Bedford, MA Chaput, Stephen D., 16 Hazelwood Ave. 69. Dracut. Chanienltz. Theresa, . . 51 Brandon St., Lexington, Chartrand. David J.. , . 55 E. Street, Dracut. Chase, Anne M., . . . , . . 25 Sunset Cir., Marlboro, Chase lll. Bemard A., i P.O. Box 122. Wilkinsville. MA 01826 MA 02175 MA 01826 MA 01752 MA 01590 Cheverie. Jr.. Philip J., 10 Wyoming Ave., No. Rmding, MA 01864 Chiodi, Lawrence M., . 15 Susan Ave., Burlington, Chipman. Brian A., . 15 Fessenden. Baldwinville, Chisholm. Christine A.. 506 Andover Rd,, Billerica. Choate. Christopher. . , . 55 Marilyn Dr.. Aubum, Chodkowski. Lori A., . . . 82 Perry Ave., Somerset. Choiniere, Raymond P., 25 Overlook Dr., Chelmsford, Chomko. Paul R., 55 Tall Oats Drive. So. Weymouth. Chonton, Jasica A., 90 Evergreen Ave., Somerset. Chretien, Susan M., . 6 Ayers Wllage Rd.. Methuen, Chrisatides, Christos F.. B Woodbriar Rd.. Stoneham, Chuang, Kai Y.. ....., 11 Carriage Dr., Lexington. Ciannella. Patricia A.. 27 Crstwood Ln., Marlboro. Ciaraldi. Brenda L., .,.. . 80 Ayer St.. Methuen. Ciofolo, Camille R.. . . . 9 Summit Ave., Lawrence, Cirolia, Frank E.. ,.... . 150 West St. Lowell, Clark, Brian J., ...,,. 215 Princeton Blvd.. Lowell, Clark, Francis E.. .... . 80 Oakhill St.. Pepperell. Clark, Paul E., 6 Rear Juniper Ln.. Framingham, Clark, Rufus W.. . . ..,. 185 Lowell St., Reading, Clark, Stephanie L.. .... P.O. Box 264. Tewksbury. ciarkson. Richard c., . . 160 Low sr.. Newburyport. Cleary. Marylillen, . . . Cocuzzo, Janet A., . . , Cohan. Paul M.. . . . , , Cole, Daniel T., . , , . , Cole, Michelle M.. . . . Colizzi, David J.. . . , Collins. Richard M.. . . Collins. Timothy P.. Comeau. Corinne M., Conant. Jr., Robert W.. Conaton, Marie, . , . Condon. Kevin C., . . . , Condon, Patridt V., , . . . Conley. Cynthia J.. ...... . . . 205 Columbia SL. Malden, . , 5 Danforth Cir.. Andover. , 6 Algonquin Ave., Andover. 2 Hazol St. Apt. 312. Salem. 17 Grandview Rd.. Billerica. 185 Merrimadt Rd.. Methuen. . . , B Phillips St.. Lawrence. , , . . 20 Cedar Rd., Littleton, 195 Mill St., Burlington, . 198 Maple St., Needham. 49 Sutherland St., Lowell. 11 Brewster Rd.. Randolph, 8 Jamaicz Rd.. Brookline. 8 Shore Dr.. Canton, Conley. Martin D., . . 2 Fairbanks Rd., Chelmsford, Conley. Jr., Arthur T.. . . . . 80 Canton St., Lowell. Conlon. Eileen F., ..,.. 22 Douglas Rd., Dracut. Connatser. Ronald L., 22 Momingside Dr., Tewlcsbury. Connelly, Richard D.. 505 Pawtucket Blvd. 988. Lowell. Connery, Patricia M., . . . 17 Lee Street. Stoneham, Conover, Susan P., . 5 Cranberry Ln., Chelmsford. MA 01515 MA 01456 MA 01821 MA 01.501 MA 02726 MA 01824 MA 02190 MA 02726 MA 01844 MA 02180 MA 02175 MA 01752 MA 01844 MA 01841 MA 01850 MA 01851 MA 01465 MA 01701 MA 01867 MA 01876 MA 01950 MA 02148 MA 01810 MA 01810 MA 01970 MA 01866 MA 01844 MA 01845 MA 01460 MA 01805 MA 02192 MA 01850 MA 02568 MA 02146 MA 02021 MA 01824 MA 01854 MA 01826 MA 01876 MA 01854 MA 02180 MA 01824 Conroy, Ann M., . Conroy, Carol A., ,.., Conroy, Neil V., .,.., . . 156 Traln St,, Dorchester, . . 41 Putnam Ave., Lowell, 10 Marwood Rd., Worcester, Consaul, Scott J., ..,.. 1157 Main St., Tewksbury, Considine, Thomas F., Conway, Carolyn L., . . Conway, David W., Cook, William J., Cooke, Llnda M., .... Cooke, Philip R., . Copley, John S., 116 Arkansas Rd., Tewksbury, . 422 Green St., Weymouth, 69 John Adams, Dr., Norwell, , . . 5 Treat Rd., Marblehead, Cook, Michael A., . . . . . . 12 Bayberry Rd., Westford, . 58 Deerwood Dr., Nashua, 871 Middlesex St. 8-12, Lowell, 49 Lakewood Dr., No. Attleboro, Corbin, Tammie M., . . , 8 Gilmore Rd., Southboro, Corcoran. Brian P,, ,,.., 1419 Pine St., Dighton, Corkery, Comelia M., Corkum, Jeffrey L., Corman, Daniel R., Cormier, Lynne E., . . Comellier, Steven K., Corricelli, Lloyd L., Con'leri, Robert J., Corvese, Mark R., . Cosentlno, Laura A., , , . . 14 Cuba St., Andover, , . . . Baker Pond Rd., Dudley, 4 Cambridge St., Chelmsford. 71 Mt. Vemon St.. Lawrence, . . . . , . 17 Adler St., Dracut, 90 Astle St., Tewksbury, 170 Salem Rd., Tewksbury, i .4 Quinlan Dr., Framingham, 50 Lancaster Dr., Tewksbury, Cosman, Jlll M., ...,.. 10 Cobalt St., Wilmington, Costa, David P., . . . , 59 Walnut Rd., Chelmsford Costa, Debra J., . , ..,... . . 27 Vinal St., Dracut, Costa, Wendy S. . . . 794 Fisher Rd., N. Dartmouth, Costello, Lawrence M., . 69 French St., No, Quincy, Cote, Clarida M., . . 1089 W. Lowell Ave., Haverhill, Cote, Mark E., . . . . Cote, Jr., Wllliam L., Cotnoir, Alain P., . Cotter, John J., . . . Cotter, Michael F., . Cotter, Teresa E., . . Cotto, Gabriel, . . . , cotugno, Paul E., . . Coughlin, Joseph M., Couilliard, Sharon M., . Cousineau, Eric T., Cousins, Scot E., . . Coutu, Leo J., . . . . Coviello, Michael R., Cox, Colleen M., . . .. . . 56 Brian Rd., Lowell, . . . . , . 149 Park St., Gardner, , ..... 55 Ent Rd., Bedford. MA 02122 MA 01851 MA 01602 MA 01876 MA 01876 MA 02191 MA 02061 MA 01945 MA 01866 NH 05065 MA 01851 MA 02760 MA 01772 MA 02715 MA 01810 MA 01570 MA 01824 MA 01845 MA 01826 MA 01876 MA 01876 MA 01701 MA 01876 MA 01887 MA 01824 MA 01826 MA 02747 MA 02171 MA 01850 MA 01850 MA 01440 MA 01750 , . 4-8 Locke St., Cambridge, MA 02140 . . 48 Locke St., Cambridge, . . 48 Locke St., Cambridge, . 11 Gershom Ave., Lowell, I '15 Trafalgar Ct., Weymouth. . , . 54 Barasford Ave., Lowell. . . . . 57 Court St., Lowell, . 791 Broadway St., Lowell, . . . Newbury Rd., Rowley, . . . . . P.O. Box 1001, Lowell, . ..,., 51 Villa Dr., Foxboro, 55 Causeway St., Methuen, Coyle, Kelly P., ..,., 21 Chatham Rd., Chelmsford, Coyle, Kimberly P., , 21 Chatham Rd., Chelmsford, Crabtree, Timothy L., . . . 222 Vamum Ave., Lowell, Crannell, Kenneth C., , . 55 Walton Park, Melrose, Cressey, Ill, Roger, W., 12 Washington Sq., Gloucester, Cronin, Dawn M., Croteau, Alan L., Crotty, William J., . Crowe, Edward A., .... 26 Higate Rd., Chelmsford, Cuggino, Joseph A., Culhane, Evelyn M., 100 Cove Way Apt. 501, Quincy, Cullen, Gregory S., . ..,. 14 Appleton Pk., Ipswich, Cullum, Patriciaann, Cumming, Marie V., Cunnllf, Ann L., .......... 14 Boume St., Lowell Cunningham, Michael W., 21 Higate Rd., Chelmsford, Cunningham, Paula, MA 02140 MA 02140 MA 01854 MA 02190 MA 01852 MA 01852 MA 01854 MA 01969 MA 01855 MA 02055 MA 01844 MA 01824 MA 01824 MA 01854 MA 02176 MA 01950 51 Wolcott St., Malden, MA 02148 6 Sanbom Terr., Amesbury, MA 01915 . . . . 90 Bellevue, Winthrop. MA 02152 MA 01824 . , . . 12 Pondview Dr., Acton, MA 01720 MA 02169 MA 01958 , . . . 16 Hobson St., Methuen, MA 01844 5 Dayton St., No. Chelmsford, MA 01865 , MA 01852 MA 01824 . 116 Mechanic St., Foxboro, MA 02055 Curdo, Christopher, . . 18 Monument Hill Rd., Chelmsford, MA Curran, Anne W.. . , . Curran, Colleen A. . Curry, Robert J., , , Curtis, Barry J., , . Cusato, Stacey A. . . D'Avollo, Daniel R., . . . 5 Naumkeag Rd., Peabody D'Elia, John J., .......... 15 Ward St., Wobum . . 64 Silver Hill Ln., Waltham, 01824 MA 02154 71 Long Pond Rd., Tyngsboro, MA 01879 . . . . , 17 Philip Cir., Melrose, , . . . , . 57 Fays Ave.. Lynn, . . 21 Rockland St., Melrose. D'Entremont, Mary E., 2084 Washington St., Canton, D'Entremont, Richard E., . , , 16 Danby, Stoneham Dagle, Stephen M., ........ 70 Lake St., Waltham Daigle, Dianne B., 108 Mt. Washington St., Lowell Daigle, Donna M., . 55 Long Pond Rd., Tyngsboro, Dailey, Scott T., . . Box 174 Main St., New Ipswich Daly, Gerald M., ......... 1 Breton Cir., Reading, Daly, Kevin M., ........ 45 Wildrose Dr., Andover, Daly, Mary F., ......,.. 1 Breton Circle, Reading, Damiani, Susan M., 7 Hearthstone Dr., Burlington, Dandeneau, Timothy J., .... 52 Tarkiln, Harrisville, Rl 02850 Danielson, Steven R., 52 Francis Ave., Shrewsbury Dann, Gregory G., , . . . Dardzinski, Peter V., ..,. Daitley, Maura A,, . . . , Dasilva, Lino A., . , Dastous, David M., . Davis, John D., . . Davis, John J., . Davis, Karen J., . . Davis, Michael J., .... Davis, Paul A., . , . 25 Hampton St., Saugus 220 Parkview Ave., Lowell . 158 Berkeley Ave., Lowell . , 18 Hough Rd., Lawrence, 66 Lakemans Ln., Ipswich, , 5 Falmouth St., Lawrence . 75 Gershom Ave., Lowell . . 15 Calebs Ln., ROCKDOI1, EdenSt.,Den'yi 10 Edgemont Ave., Reading, MA 02176 MA 01904 MA 02176 MA 01960 MA 01801 MA 02021 MA 02180 MA 02154 MA 01854 MA 01879 NH 05071 MA 01867 MA 01810 MA 01867 MA 01805 MA 01545 MA 01966 MA 01908 MA 01852 MA 01852 MA 01845 MA 01958 MA 01845 HH 05058 MA 01867 MA 01854 Davis, Ross C., Dawe, Richard D., Day, Pamela J., Dean, Teresa B., , Deangells, Mark C.. . 7 Pine Ave., Burlington, 95 Phaeton Roch Rd., Lynn, . 565 Main St., Dunstable, . 100 High St., Upton, 126 Cedar St., Lexington, Deangelo, Domenic C., .... 75 Tumer St., Quincy, Decosta, John R., Dejoie, Charlene E., Delisle, Joseph H.. Dellavolpe. Joseph Dellazoppa, Lisa M., . , M,, 109 University Ave., Lowell, 24 Summer St., Wakefield, 74 Windmill Lane, Arlington, , . 54 Richard Cir., Wobum, 57 Riverview Ave., Danvers, MA 01805 MA 01904 MA 01827 MA 01568 MA 02175 MA 02169 MA 01854 MA 01880 MA 02174 MA 01801 MA 01925 Dellechiate, Jr., Frederick L., 54 Phillips Ct., No. Andover, MA 01845 Demarco, Joseph A., . , 6 Halsey St., Lawrence, MA 01845 Demarco, Joseph J., 10 Little John Dr., Billerica, MA 01821 Demaria, Jr., Robert J., . 2 Ivy Ln., Milford, MA 01757 Demartinis, Gayle M., . . 7 Julio St., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Demers, Christopher, . . 48 Mt. Hope St., Lowell, MA 01854 Demers, Joan E., , P.O. Box 207, Marshfield, MA 02050 Dempsey, David L., 58 Southgate Rd., Franklin, MA 02058 Denorscia, Michael R., 24 Pinecone Ln., Southboro, MA 01772 Depalma, Doreen M., 85 Richardson, No. Chelmsford, MA 01865 Depatle, Daniel P.. . . . . 4 Nelson St., Oxford, MA 01540 Dequattro, Donna M., . 15 High St., Andover, MA 01810 Derba, Lucia A., . . , . 5 Candlewood Dr., Andover, MA 01810 Deschamps, David J., . 15 Geneva St., Salem, MA 01970 Desmarals, Richard M., 91 Colbum Ave., Dracut, MA 01826 Desmond, Comelius F., 56 Alcott St., Lowell, MA 01852 Desmond, Denise M., 18 Valley Beach Ave., Hull, MA 02045 Desroches, David W., 25 Kendell Lane, Salisbury, MA 01950 Develis, Mark, . . , P.O. Box 45, Burlington. MA 01805 Devlin, John P., . . . 225 Playstead Rd., Medford, MA 02155 Devries, Robert B., 7 Marion Cir., Arlington, MA 02174 Dewitt, John F., 10 Stonehill Rd., No. Chelmsford, MA 01865 Dias, Kathleen M., 26 Addison St., Arliington, MA 02174 Dias, Rhonda L., . , 507 Mill St., New Bedford, MA 02740 Diaz, Kevin M., . . . 15 Linden St., Arlington, MA 02174 Dick, Kevin W., . . . . . 25 River St., Danvers, MA 01925 Dickens, Michelle V., . . 8 Bantry Rd., Southboro, MA 01772 Didonato, Scott M., . P.O. Box 91, Manchester, MA 01844 Digaetano, Scott M., 55 Crestwood Cir., Lawrence, MA 01845 Diluca, James P., 85 Deering Dr., Tewksbury, MA 01876 Dimauro, James V., 105 Bigelow St., Marlboro, MA 01752 Dimitres, John E., 64 Terrace Rd., Medford, MA 02155 Dlnter, Heinz P., . 1450 Mammoth Rd., Dracut, MA 01826 Dion, Jay S., . , 189 Durfee St., Southbridge, MA 01550 Disalvo, Richard, . . 29 Grove St., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Ditullio, Jeffrey C., . 12 Morgan Ave., Stoneham, MA 02180 Dockham, Diane M.. 75 Westchester Cir., Dedham, MA 02026 Dodge, Brian C., . . 27 Adams Ave., No, Andover, MA 01845 Doherty, Martha, . . . 15 Island Path, Westford, MA 01886 Doherty, Jr., Ronald J., . 157 Pleasant St. Apt, 92, Lowell, MA 01850 Doiron, Cheryl A., . . 51 Alexander Ave., Dracut, MA 01826 Dolan, Sean C., . . 228 Essex St., Middleton, MA 01949 Donaghey, Hugh P., . 22 Fairfield St., Lowell, MA 01851 Donahue, Clark P., . . ..... . . Box 268, York, ME 05909 Donahue, James J., . . . 11 Laurine Rd., Danvers, MA 01925 Donnelly, Jennifer L., 56 McDevitt Rd., Randolph, MA 02568 Donohoe, Shelagh, . . 180 Fairmount St., Lowell, MA 01852 Donohue, Patricia A., .,,,.. 6 Princeton, Methuen, MA 01844 Donovan, James J., ...... 15 Planters St., Salem, MA 01970 Donovan, Linda A., . . . 148 New Salem, Wakefield, MA 01880 Donovan, Linda R., 74 Springvale Ave., Chelsea, MA 02150 Donovan, Robin P., ,..... 44 Bridge St., Billerica, MA 01821 Donovan, Warren P., . . . 58 W. Filth Ave., Lowell, MA 01854 Dorson, Margaret A., . . 6 Minerva St., Swampscott, MA 01907 Doucette, Deborah A ...,... 65 Otis St., Lowell, MA 01852 Dowcett, Karen M., . , . . 127 Linden Ave., Malden, MA 02148 Downes, lll, James G., . . ..... Kemp St., Groton, MA 01450 Downing, Stephen, . . 196 Grafton St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Doyle, James F., . . . . 5 Peabody Rd., Stoneham, MA 02180 Drake, Bette J., ...,.... 10 Austin St., Norwood, MA 02062 Drake, Francis A., .... 54 Farrwood Dr., Andover, MA 01810 Drapeau, Lori A., . 154 Hathaway St., New Bedford, MA 02746 Dresser, Stephen R., . . 52 Carter St., Newburyport, MA 01950 Driscoll, Leanne M., .... 20 Hiawatha Rd., Wobum, MA 01801 Drouin, John G., ......... P.O. Box 291, Dracut, MA 01826 Dmvins, Debora A., . 206 W. Main St., Hopkington, MA 01748 Ducey, Paul M., 4 Hazelwood Ave. Apt. 14, Dracut, MA 01826 Duchamie, Michael F., . . 44 Stanton St., Worcester, MA 01605 Dudley, Jeffrey F., . . 10 Prancing Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Dufour, Kevin H., .... 20 Walnut Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Duggan. Patricia M., . . , 25 Bellflower Rd., Billerica, MA 01821 Duggan, Timothy B., .,,.. 56 Hazel Ave., Scituate, MA 02066 Dukakis, Thea M., . . 10 Galloway Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Dulgarian, Satenig R., 14 Dulgarian Terr., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Dumont, Catherine H., 25 Willowdale Rd., Tyngsboro MA 01879 Dumont, Natalie J., .... 120 Dracut St., Lawrence, MA 01845 Dungan, Steven J., . . . 158 School St., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Dunham, David A., ,.... 41 Elm St, Ext., Billerica, MA 01862 Dunlap, Melody J., .... 104 Millpond, No. Andover, MA 10845 Dunn, David A., ....... 52 Ridgewood Rd., Milton, MA 02186 Dunn, Kellie A., . . 10 Smith St., . . Chelmsford, MA 01824 Dunn, Margaret A., .,.. 2 Pilgrim Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Dunn, Matthew F., , 11 Mountain Ave., Somerville, MA 02145 Dunn, Susan M., ...... 25 Chandler Rd., Andover, MA 01810 Dupille, Leonard L., . 22 Nottingham St., Waltham, MA 02154 Duprey, Andrea M., Duran, Karen M., Durant, Frank A., Durkin, Patricia M., Dusey, Anita M., , Dyer, Laura B.. Dyke. James T.. Dyke, Susan P., Dyment, Todd k., Earley, Michael P.. Eaton, Jared P., Edgar, Randall G., . Edmonds, Eric M.. Egan, Frances P., . 28 Hardy St., Framingham 54 Thomas St., Medford P.O. Box 104, No. Chelmsford . 5 Ready Ave., Lowell . 45 Berlin Rd., Marlboro 11 Chestnut St. Apt 95, Lowell , . . 5 Betsy Davis Dr., Foxboro . . . 1845 N. Main St., Lancaster . . 90 Maple Ave., No. Andover, . . . RFD 5 Rte. 119, Groton, 7 Blaisdell Rd., Chelmsford. 250 Mile Hill Rd., Boylston, . , . . . 265 Main St., Winthrop, Ei-HBSHCI11, ASSBZG, N., 204 Lawrence, LBWYCFICC, Erban, Marycnen, . . . 249 Lowell St., Andover, Estes, William G., Old Mill Rd. P.O. Box 664, Harvard, Evans, Beth L., . . . . 740 Merrimack St., Lowell, Evans, Julie J., . . , . . 59 Gould St., Wakefield, Fajkowski, Paul S., . . . P.O. Box 184, Wayland, Falco, Joseph A., ..,.,.. . 28 Cobb St., Medford, Faletra, Christopher, . . . 8 Raymond Ctr., Peabody, Fallon, Patricia A., . . . 76 Paon Blvd., Wakefield, Fareau, Jean-Robert, . . . 28 Canterbury Ct., Lynn, Faria, Elaine S., . , Fanner, Julie C., Farr, Norman E., . Farrell, David J., Fasano, Francis X.. Feehan, Karen A., Fehrrn, Carolyn, . , Fenlon, Mark K., . . Ferency, Garry A., Ferguson, Kathleen, Ferreira, Douglas A., Ferreira, Gary R., . , Fili, William P., . . , . . . . 2 Butters Ln., Burlington, 46 Forest Park Ave., N. Billerica, . . . , . . 4 Hanks St., Lowell, , . . 54 Vista Dr., Danvers, . . , . . . 16 Freeman St., Avon, 5 Tsienneto Rd. 8195, Derry. . , , , 2 Vemon Rd., Scituate, 14 Robin Lane, Lowell, RFD 2 McBride Rd., Monson, 560 Old Harvard Rd., Boxboro. . 11 Crawford Av., Tewksbury, 44 Leonard St., No. Attleboro, 9 Steiner St., Lawrence, Finger, Stacey J., 200 Bedford Rd. Apt 26D, Wobum, Firirano, Frank C., ....., P.O. Box 2067, Peabody, Fischer, James A., . . . 48 Alexander Ave., Medford, Fish, Robert W., . 1144 Washington St., Gloucester, Fisher, Wayne G., .... 1 Anniversary Way, Billerica, Fitzgerald, Patrick, . . . 179 Florence Rd., Waltham, Fitzgerald, Ill Edward J., 11 Cranton Ave., Groveland, Flaherty, Robert J., . . 11 Orlando Lane, Attleboro, Flanagan, Daniel M., Flanagan, Peter L., . 455 Pawtucket St. Apt., Lowell, 62 Old Nahant Rd., Wakefield, Fleming, Gregg G., .,... 65 Temple Rd., Waltham, Fluet, David E., . .,... 176 Beacon St., Andover, Flynn, James F., . . 101R Chestnut St. 04, Foxboro, Fogelgren, Andrew R., , , . . Foley, Kathleen T., Foley, Laura E., . . Fondulis, Thomas A., ....., Ford, Beth A., . . . . Foresteire, John J., Forgione, John D., . Forster, Kathleen, Fortnam, James R., Fossa, Christopher, Foster, Wdyne R., . . . Foumier, Cheryl E., Foumier, Daniel D., Fox, Kathleen S., . Fraizer, Katherine J., 16 Thoreau Rd., Acton, 129 Andrews St., Lowell, 12 Shirley Rd., Andover, 5 Albion, Melrose, 41 Taylor Rd., Lynn, 6 Elwood Rd., Wilmington, 182 Mt. Vemon St. 42, Lowell, 22 Boynton, Waltham, 18 Gilbert Rd., Weymouth, 25 Quail Rd., Peabody, 25 Turtle Lane, No. Andover, 51 Endmoor Rd., Westford, 20 Femald St., Lowell, P.O. Box 1121, Groton, . . . . P.O. Box 286, Westford, Franceschelli, Anthony J., 11 Harwood St., Beverly, Franchitto, Anthony L., 55 Lyman Rd., Framingham, Francis, Peter W., Franz, Kristina A., . . Frascolla, Diane E., Frattarola, Virginia R., . 119 Carlisle Rd., Westford, Frederick, Paul A., . . Freeman, Marcia l., Freeman, Mary A., . . . , Freeman, Patricia A., French, Valerie P., . . , , . . . Freni, Joseph L., . . Fries, Richard A.. Frlesecke, Julie, . 98 Marginal St. 42, Lowell, 9 Beaverbrook Rd., Westford, 526 Aubum St., Cherry Valley, 16 Westwood Rd., Lexington, 14 Collins St., Lynn, 154 Lowell St., Tewksbury, . . 154 Lowell St., Tewksbury, 2 Walsh Rd., Bedford, . . . . 26 Sunset Rd., Dracut, 15 Hall Rd., Chelmsford, 82 Oak St., Lexington, Frleswick, Stephanie M., P.O. Box 152, No. Reading, Fritschy, Michael A., . , . 75 OEl'Sl'l0l'Tl Ave., Lowell, Fuchs, John J., ...,..... 54 Clark Rd., Andover, Fuller, Tobi K., ,.... 6 Manhattan Dr., Chelmsford, Furlong, Kim M., ...,.. 269 Gorwin Dr., Holllston, , MA 01701 , MA 02155 , MA 01865 , MA 01854 . 18 Algonquin Ave., Andover, . MA 01752 , MA 01852 , MA 02055 , MA 01525 MA 01810 MA 01845 MA 01450 MA 01824 MA 01505 MA 02152 MA 01841 MA 01810 MA 01451 MA 01852 MA 01880 MA 01778 MA 02155 MA 01960 MA 01880 MA 01905 MA 01805 MA 01862 MA 01852 MA 01925 MA 02522 NH 05058 MA 02066 MA 01854 MA 01057 MA 01719 MA 01876 MA 02760 MA 01840 MA 01801 MA 01960 MA 02155 MA 01950 MA 01821 MA 02154 MA 01854 MA 02705 MA 01854 MA 01880 MA 02154 MA 01810 MA 02055 MA 01720 MA 10852 MA 01810 MA 02176 MA 01904 MA 01887 MA 01854 MA 02154 MA 02188 MA 01960 MA 01845 MA 01886 MA 01851 MA 01450 MA 01886 MA 01915 MA 01701 MA 01851 MA 01886 MA 01611 MA 01886 MA 02175 MA 01902 MA 01876 MA 01876 MA 01750 MA 01826 MA 01824 MA 02175 MA 01867 MA 01854 MA 01810 MA 01824 MA 01746 267 MA Gadbois, Veronica J., 12 Town Fam1 Lane,l'1.Billerica, MA 01862 Gagne, Sheri A., , 68 Pleasant St., Salem, HH 03079 Gagnon, Michael A., 8 Wagontrail Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Gallagher, Lisa M., RFD 3 Box 219, Pelham, HH 03076 Gallagher, Michael J. 17 Blair Terr., Peabody, MA 01960 Gallagher, William C., . 58 Ellison Park, Walt.ham, MA 02154 Gallant, Geoffrey R., 9 Handel Rd., Billerica, MA 01821 Galvin, John R., 12 Charles St., Wobum, MA 01801 Gambino, Russell C., 1189 Terry Rd., Ronkoukoma, HY 11779 Gammon, Jr., James 28 Lothrop SL, Saugus, MA 01906 Gannon, Patrick D., 19 Eigth Ave., Lowell. MA 01854 Gannon, Scott J., 543 Unlon St., Leominster, MA 01453 Garber, Andrew J., 4 Andover Dr., Peabody, MA 01960 Garcia, Kelly B., . 187 Humphrey St., Lowell, MA 01850 Gardner, Gregory ri., 51 J. Tiffany Cir., Millnuryr, MA 01527 Garlick, Martha J., 4 Brigham Park, Fitchburg, MA 01420 Garside, John R., . 162 Riverside St., Lowell, MA 01854 Garvin, David A., 19 Ho. Name Rd., Stow, MA 01775 Gaskill, Thomas W., 33 Claridge Rd.. Worcmter, MA 01606 Gaudet, Dean M., 15 Huntington Ave., Methuen. MA 01844 Gaudette, Glen C., Dutton Rd., Pelham, HH 03076 Gaudette, Paul M., . 158 North St.. Grafton, MA 01519 Gauthier, Robert J., 129 Old Westport Rd., Mo. Dartmouth, MA 02747 Gautreau, Dennis M., . . 5 Evans St., Saugus, MA 01906 Gauvreau, Richard G., 720 Wilder St., Lowell, MA 01851 Gavin, David M., . 49 College Pond Rd., Plymouth, MA 02360 Gay, Robert J., . 105 Salman St., W. Roxbury, MA 02132 Gearin. Michael J., . 1 Morrison Ave., Wakerielcl, MA 01880 Geary, John C., , . 68 Hovey Pl., Lowell, MA 01852 Geary, Stephan P., . 60 Trenton, Lawrence, MA 01841 Gendron, Jacqueline. . . . 85 Dover SL, Lowell, MA 01851 Gendron, Jonathan S., 591 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01602 Gentile, Domenic L., , . 69 Logan Way, Boston, MA 02127 Gervais, Paul E., . . 133 Oak SL, Methuen, MA 01844 Gez, Haja, . . 15 Tuming Mill Rd., Lexington. MA 02175 Ghods, Saeed, . . P.O. Box 114, Worcester, MA 01602 Giacobbe, James M., 75 Kiah s Way. E. Sandwich, MA 02557 Gianoukos, William F., 111 Thurston St., Somerville, MA 02145 Gildea, Gregg S., 53 Kenney St., Canton, MA 02021 Gilfeather, Michael S., 104 Hampshire Rd., Wellesley, MA 02181 Gilligan, Thomas J., 16 Belrose Ave., Lowell, MA 01852 Gilmore. Douglas J., . . 12 Lexington, Haverhill, MA 01830 Gilson, John L., . . 11 Coach Rd., Walpole, MA 02081 Giordano. Rita E., 9 University Ave., Burlington, MA 01803 Giordano, Robert P., 698 Highland Ave., Malden, MA 02148 Giordano, Scott J.. 450 Williams Rd., Fitchburg MA 01420 Giroux, Denise K., . . 4 Dix Rd., Wobum, MA 01801 Giurcan, Patricia, 403 Beacon St., Lowell, MA 01850 Glanville, Douglas M., . . 9 Green St., Monson, MA 01057 Glasser, Gordon J.. . 59 Bacon St., Waltham, MA 02154 Gleason, Francene M., . 64 Marlboro Rd., Berlin, MA 01503 Gmelch, Andrew J., . . . 107 Dexter, Malden, MA 02148 Godbolt, Ras E., . 65 Pendleton Ave., Springfield, MA 01109 Godin, Kelley A., , 55 Hidden Rd., Methuen, MA 01844 Godschall, James R., 52 Beacon Blvd., Peabody, MA 01960 Goel. Aditya P., , . 25 Selfridge Rd., Bedford, MA 01750 Goggin, William J., 155 Walnut Ave., Norwood, MA 02052 Golden, Joseph P., 279 School St., Marshfield. MA 02050 Goldstein, Gregg, 31 Grasmere Rd., Needham, MA 02194 Goldthwait, Robert W., 30 Baker Ave., Lexington, MA 02173 Gomes, Lorita M., 51 South Carolina Ave., Pittsfield, MA 01201 Goneau, William L., . . P.O. Box 3, Bellingham, MA 02019 Gonnella, George L., 49 E. Meadow Ln. '49, Lowell, MA 01854 Gorman. George A., 5 Apple Orchard Dr., Billerica. MA 01821 Gormley, Christine A., . 1 Water St., Darcut, MA 01826 Gorzela, Andrew M., 38 Phillips Rd., Lawrence, MA 01843 Goss, Thomas P.. . . . 5 Water, Hudson, HH 03051 Gottberg, Joseph A., . 89 Mossman Rd., Sudbury, MA 01776 Gould, Warren E.. 8 Topslield Rd., Boxford, MA 01921 Goulding Hugh P., . 71 Terrace Rd., Medford, MA 02155 Goulet, Danni R.. 111 Grant St., Attleboro, MA 02705 Graber, Brandon L., 65 Jeremy Hlll Rd.. Ho. Stoington Ct., 06559 Grace, Jams H., . . 1 Salvatore Cir., Danvers, MA 01925 Gram. Robert E., 18 Joy Terr., Methuen. MA 01844 Grande. Anthony, . 15 Cushing St., Medford, MA 02155 Grande, Scott D., . 15 Saxonla Ave., Lawrence, MA 01841 Grandpre Wood. Paula A., Box 164. Oakdale, MA 01559 Grant, Lisa L., . . 21 Newport Dr., Watford, MA 01886 Grayson, John M.. . . 17 Library SL, Chelsea. MA 02150 Greco, Anthony J., 521 Washington Ave., Chelsea. MA 02150 Greco, Gordon J.. 2 Green Valley Dr., Chelmsford. MA 01824 Greco, Nancy L., . 25 Orford St., Lowell, MA 01854 Green, Paul M.. 16 Thomton Rd., Londonderry, NH 03053 Green, Stephen K., . . . . . 12 Avon St., Andover. MA 01810 Gregg, Edward P., . 29 Swan SL, Lawrence, MA 01841 Gregory, Phlllip W., . . Rowley Shore, Gloucester, MA 01930 Grenon, Jr., Forrest M., 28 Harrison Ave., Aubum, MA 01501 Griffin, Rosemary C.. . 56 Ridgewood Rd.. Concord, MA 01742 Grimard, Gary D., . . 543 University Ave., Lowell, MA 01854 Gross, Lisa E., . 6 Wayne Rd., Peabody, MA 01960 Guerin, Kenneth F., . . . . . 49 Huron SL, Dracut, MA 01826 Guinee, Michael L., 252 Rowley Bridge Rd., Topsfield, MA 01985 Gulezian, Maria C., 3 S. Pleasant Valley, Merrimac, MA 01860 268 Gulliver, Sharon M.. Gureglan, James J., Guy, Pamela M.. Gys, Kenneth F. Ham, Jr., Donald L., Haggar, Jeffrey R., Hajjar, Susan B., Hall, John G., Hall Michaela M., rlallen, chrisioper, Hallodx, Pamela R., 50 Steams Axe., Medford, MA 02155 55 Miland Ave., Chelmsford, MA 01824 3 Leyte Rd., Fitchburg 51 Longmeadow Dr., Lowell. 450 Wilder St., Lowell, 5 Woodland Cir., Methuen, 5 Linden Ave. Ho. Andover. 25 Victor St., Haverhill, 7 Grove Street, Danvers, 4803 Falmouth Ave., Santuit, 294 High St., Newburyport, Hamel, Barbara M.. 10 Throncliff Ave., Lowell, Hamel, Kevin R., 157 Pawtucket Blvd., Lowell, Hamel, Mark J., . 569 Hildreth St., Dracut, Hamel, Mary Beth 12 Crestshire Dr., Lawrence, Hamilton, Richard M., Han, Sun W., Hancock, Christine A., Hanke, Paul V., Hannagan, Michael D.. Hanneken, Christina L., Hanney, Karen E., Hanson, Kyle R., Hardenstine, Scott M.. Hardesty, Robert R.. Hardman, Robert A., Hargreaves, John W.. Harrington, Maryann, Harte, James P. . Hartman, Lisa M.. Hartwell, Kimberly A.. 25 Salem Rd., Watford, 710 Skyline Dr. '10, Dracut, 80 Maurenn Dr., Tewltsbury, 9 Charlotte Rd.. Tewksbury, 108 Famham St., Lawrence, 951 Lakeview Ave., Lowell, 32 C St., Dracut, 25 Hartford. Bedford, 75 Gersham Ave, Lowell, 31 Sunset Ave. Chelmsford, 22 Clayton Ave.. Methuen, 25 Renaldo St.. Dracul, MA 01420 MA 01852 MA 01850 MA 01844 MA 01845 MA 01850 MA 01925 MA 02655 MA 01950 MA 01851 MA 01854 MA 01826 MA 01845 MA 01886 MA 01826 MA 01876 01876 01845 01850 MA MA MA 01826 MA 01750 01960 01854 MA 01824 MA 01844 MA 01826 4 Colonial Rd., Peabody, MA MA 5 Danforth Lane, Chelmsford, MA 01824 101 Ripley Ave.. Marlboro, 25 Hannigan Ct., Fitchburg MA 01752 MA 01420 Harvey, Gail M., . . 55 Waverly Rd. Wobum, MA 01801 Harwood, Mark E., 16 Evergreen Dr., Merrimadx, HH 03054 Hastbad-ta, Mark A., 3 Singlefoot Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Hatcher, Lynne A., Spofford Rd., Boxford, MA 01921 Hays, Michael J. 21 Blanche St., Dorchester, MA 02122 Haya, Stephanie E. 85 Green St. Wobum, MA 01501 Haynes. David A., . 1 Summit Rd., Billerica, MA 01866 Heam, Joseph P.. 88 Delmont Ave., Worcester, MA 01604 Hebert, Geoffrey 26 Fairview St., Ludlow, MA 01056 Heery, Kathleen J., 24 Washington Pkwy.. Lowell, MA 01851 Hegarty, James D.. 18 Perham St. Wakefield, MA 01880 Hegarty, Robert L.. 15 Whiney Ate., Lowell, MA 01850 Heglin, Randall W., 150 Douglas Rd., Gardner, MA 01440 Helfridr, Michael A.. 64 Haniman Rd., Plaistow, HH 03865 Henderson, David H., 236 River Rd., Andover, MA 01810 Hennmsy, Mary C., 9 Stevens St.. Methuen, MA 01844 Hemandez, Can'nen M. 62 12th St., Lowell, MA 01850 Hemandez, Maria C., 54 Kensington Dr.. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Herold, Gregg G., 25 Poor, Ho. Andover, MA 01845 Hickey, David J., . 45 Royal St.. Quincy, MA 02170 Hickey. Kenneth J.. 5 Monroe St., Lawrence, MA 01843 Hickey, Patricia A., 5 Monroe St., Lawrence, MA 01845 Higginbottom, David J., 56 Meadowxiew Rd., N. Andover, MA 01845 Higgins, John C.. . 15 Orchard Ln., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Higgins, Stephen J., 35 Terrace Hall Ave., Buriington, MA 01802 Higgins. Timothy T., 10 Cyprms St., Chelmsford, MA 01824 Hillner, Robert E., 96 Famum St., No, Andover, MA 01845 Hinkley, Sandra J.. . . 98 Wyman Rd., Billerica, MA 01821 Hoar, Charlm G.. 15 Meadow St., Dedham, MA 02026 Hoelie. James M., 2 Village Lane, S. Hamilton, MA 01982 Hoffman. Roger W., 87 Standish Rd., Watertown, MA 02172 Hogan, Christopher, 5 Sherwood Rd., Natick. MA 01760 Hogan. John P., . . . 32 Amold St., Arlington, MA 02174 Holland, Jerome C., 11 Sanderson, E, Weymouth, MA 02189 Holohan, Kelly A., 5 Greenwood Ave., Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Hoskere, Ravishanker, 62 Gancison Rd., Sudbury, MA 01776 Hosmer, Jr., Raymond G., Randolph Rd., Wilmington, MA 01877 Houde, Melissa A., 161 Huntington Ave., Mandister, HH 03103 Houlihan, Susan A., Howard, Charles W.. Howard, Cole L., . Hoyle, Diane L., . Hsiao, Ju-Miao, . Hubby, Peter M., . . Hudon. Robert A., . . Hudzik, Jill C., . Hughes, Joel, . . , Hughes, Mary B.. Hughc, Richard N., Hunt, John C., . . . , Hunt, Timothy P., . Hurley. John J., . . Hurley, Thomas V.. Hutchings, Jean L.. Hyde, Daniel S., . . lannazzi, Peter J., . 18 Cutler SL. Worcester. 87 Town Fann Rd.. Ipswich, . . 9 Linden St., Mansfield, 5 Buttemut Lane, Methuen, 53-2 San Min St., Yuanlin, C , . 52 Braebum Rd., Dalton. 85 Meadowwiew Dr.. Lowell. . . 4 Wat St., Georgetown, 13 Lockway Road, Andover. . . 175 Birch St., Braintree, . 46 Gardner Ave., Lowell. 748 Grayson Dr., Springlield, . . 129 Waktield SL. Reading, 60 Glen St.. Malden, . . 17 Park Terr., Dracut. 27 Lantem Lane, Plymouth, . . 82A Fisher St., Lowell, . . . 45 Oriole Dr., Andover, MA 01604 MA 01958 MA 02048 MA 01844 hanghua L MA 01226 MA 01854 MA 01855 MA 01810 MA 02184 MA 01854 MA 01119 MA 01867 MA 02148 MA 01826 MA 02560 MA 01850 MA 01810 lannuccllll, Fred, 18 Derry Rd., Methuen, MA 01844 lde, Raymond T., . 39 Center St., So. Ashbumham, MA 01466 lfezue, Cajetan O., 151 Wood St. "1 Lowell. MA 01851 lppolito, Thomas D., 514 Ma Ave., Andover, MA 01845 Jabar, Anne M., 195 Pawtucket St., Lowell, MA 01854 Jacobs, Eric S., 53 Walden St.. Newtonville, MA 02160 Jacobson, Sharon M., 75 l Sueet, Dracut, MA 01826 Jacqua, Wilhem Jalbert, Robert J., Janko, Steven W., Jannsen Eric C., Jacqua. Patricia A., 160 Harvard St. Apt 3, Cambridge 4-4 Wat Adams St., bowell, 21 Cathy Rd., Chelmsford, 24 Sarah Ave., Lowell, 129 Llewellyn SL, Lowell ,MAOIKW , MA 02159 MA 01854 MA 01824 MA 01854 Jardin, David J. 47 Cottage St., New Bedford, MA 02740 Jasionowski, Paul J., 12 Gage Ave., Lowell, MA 01854 Jay, Jacqueline M., 45 Kirby St '11, Wobum, MA 01801 Jay, Judianne M. 60 Mill St., Burlington, MA 01805 Jeffrey, Gregg R., 91 Crooked Spring Rd., N. Chelmsford, MA 01865 Jemson, Lynda 18 Depot St. P.O. Box 37, Watford, MA 01886 Jesslck, Dennis J., 1264 Vamum Ave. '13, Lowell, MA 01854 Joe, Christopher. 17 Spaulding Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01826 Johansson, John R., 389 Hill St., Leominster, MA 01455 Johnson David A., 52 Ashmore Rd., Worcester, MA 01602 Johnson, David K., 42 Lakeview Ave., Tewksbury, MA 01876 Johnson Diane M. 84 Brentwood Cir., Ho. Andover, MA 01845 Johnston, Heather. 44 Elliott St., Melrose, MA 02176 Johnston, Theresa A., 475 Arlington St., Dracut, MA 01826 Jordan, Susan E. 1912 Old Kings Hwy., W. Bamstable, MA 02668 Joyce, Colette L., 555 Walker St., Lowell, MA 01851 Joyce, Eileen P. 9 Maple St.. Honuood, MA 02062 Joyner, Donald S., 8 Birdr Ridge Rd., Acton, MA 01720 Judd, John P., 4 Beachmont, Gloucater, MA 01950 Judge, Edward M. 22 Hitchin' Post Rd., Chelmsford. MA 01824 Justice Michael K.. 20 Mt. Vemon St., Lowell. MA 01854 Kahlke, Michael J., 367 Hlldreth St. -'51, Lowell, MA 01850 Kale, Steven E.. 340 Main St., W. Newbury, MA 01985 Kane, Kimberly A. 231 Greystone Ave., W. Springfield. MA 01089 Kane, Margaret R., 93 Elm St. Apt, 25, Andover, MA 01845 Kane, Michael J., 32 Kent St., Tewksbury, MA 01876 Kapala, Carol A., 5 Benson Rd., Tewlsbury, MA 01876 Kaplan. Michael D., 58 Robinhood Rd., Marlboro, MA 01752 Karaku. Christine L.. 21 Washington St.. Westboro, MA 01581 Karam, Ephrem A., 6 Inman SL -'30, Lawrence. MA 01845 Karem, Joseph E., 70 Boston Rd. Apt. K235, Chelmsford, MA 01824 Karlson, Kurt A.. 15 Sassafras Rd., Westford, MA 01886 Kasle, John F., 10 South St. Ct.. Lynn, MA 01905 Keating, Karen A.. 156 Chester St., Fitdrburg, MA 01420 Kede, William F. 10 Faith Ave., Dracut. MA 01826 Kelleher. Patricia A., 377 Christian St., Lowell, MA 01850 Kelley, George R., 17 Congrss SL, Wilmington, MA 01887 Kelley, Stephen J.. 46 Kimball Rd.. Methuen. MA 01844 Kelly, Cheryl A., 12 Tilton St., Nashua, HH 05065 Kelter, Robert P., 141 Henry Ave., Lynn, MA 01902 Kendall, Kimberly A., 32 Williams Ave., Westford, MA 01886 Kenney, Thomas B., 28 Plymouth Rd., Wakefield, MA 01880 Kenny, Brian C.. . 45 Coolidge Rd.. Arlington, MA 02174 Kent, Philip H., . 3 Austin St., Burlington, MA 01805 Keohan, Christopher, 441 Stlckney Rd.. Fitchburg, MA 01420 Keough, James J., 18 Basswood Ave., Billerica. MA 01821 Kerouac, Kenneth A., 37 Lawndale Rd.. Ty'I'lQSb0fO, MA 01879 Kerr, Michael A., 12 Neptune Dr., Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Keville, Conrad R., 6 Vine Street. Manduater, MA 01944 Kiatos, Ridiard P., . 65 Pearl St.. Melrose. MA 02176 Kiatos. Susan M.. . 65 Pear1 St., Melrose, MA 02176 Kim, Jong H., . 1842 Middlaex St. 316, bowell, MA 01851 Kim, Young J., . 62 Gaston St., Methuen, MA 01844 Kimball, Laurence, D., 4 Wayne Rd., Watford, MA 01886 Kimball. Lucia M., . . . 4 Wayne Rd., Watford. MA 013 Kipouras, Francine. 51 Hathome St., Salem, MA 01970 Kirker, Ronald M., . . 151 Wintrhop SL. Rehoboth, MA 02769 Kirks, Dennis L., . . . . 273 Concord Rd., Billerim, MA 01821 Kltrosser, Mary A.. . 788 Lowell Rd., Carlisle, MA 01741 Kivi. Kristen A.. V V 33 Smith Ave., Walpole, MA 02081 Klauzinski, Robert V., . . . . 30 Mlll SL, Maynard. MA 01754 Kling, Lynda J., . 1440 Andover St.. Tewlcsbury, MA 01876 Klinger. John J., . 1 Alpine Dr., Andover, MA 01810 Kneeland, Daniel P., . . 6 Francis St., Ho. Grafton, MA 01536 Kokas, Theodore W., . 466 Fletcher SL, Lowell, MA 01854 Kolek. Brian E., . . . 470 Rogers St., Tewlcsbury, MA 01876 Kook, Soo W., 70 Boston Rd. SC-107, Chelmsford, MA 01824 Korbey, Michael T., 80 Robin Hill Rd., Chelrnsford, MA OIQ4 Kounelas, Andrea, . 27 Chester St., Ar1ington, MA 02174 Kourbela, Stavroula H., .... 340 Wilder SL, Lowell, MA 01851 kovitch, Jeifrey C., ...,. Swain cr.. wilmington, MA 01887 Kreidfeldt, Alexander G., 16 Prospect St., Wincl1ester, MA 01890 Krleser, Kim M., 8 Standlsh Ave,, Ayer, Kujawski. Mlchael E.. 5 Spring St., Webster, Kwan. Kwok L., . . 44 Hane St., Boston, Labadlnl. Uralwan P., I 16A Sherbume Vlll., Tyngsboro. LaBelle, Daniel A., , 35 Magnolla Dr., No. Andover. Labosslere, Susanne M., 29 Dadant Dr.. Wilmington. Lacasse, David F., , . 15 Bedford Dr., No. Grafton, Lacerte, Steven M., . 5 Superior Dr., Hudson, Lagasse, Rachelle L., 364 W. Meadow Rd., Lowell, Lagos, Melanie L., . . 20 Infield Ave., Dracut. Lally, Robert B.. .,., , . 5 Danlel Dr., Burlington, Laman, James A., . . 164 Helen Dr., Marlboro. Lamoureaux, James E.. 57 Wannalanclt St., Lowell. Lancaster, Dwight W,, 61 Westland Ave.. Winchester. Landers, Janet M., 43 Old Middlesex Path, Arlington. Leblanc, Danlel J.. . , . . 43 Summit Ridge Dr., Braintree, Landry, Annmarle. Landry, Donna M.. Lane, Gregg, . . . Lane, Joseph P., Lange, Mark D., Langley, Jason C., . . . Lannon, Brian J., Lapierre, Davld A., . Lapierre, Teny J., Lapolnte. Brlon E., Lapollto, Anthony Larock. Peter J., Larouco. John D.. Larson, Hans R., Latimer. Jacob V.. Lattanzl, John F. . Lau. Kenny H.. Lavallee. Thomas Lavole, Robert W., Lawson, John P.. Lawson, Ralph J.. Leahy, John J.. Leary, Deborah l.. Leary, Kathryn E.. Leballlster, Jlll L.. Lebel. Dlane, . , . Leblanc, Davld C., . . Leboeuf, David. Leboeuf, Nancy A.. . . . Leccese, Debra J.. Ledoux, Monique Lee. Steven C., , Lehan, Catherlne Lellevre, David K.. . , . . benlhan, Mlchael Leonard. Peter G.. Lepage. Mary E.. Levesque, Clalre F., . . . . Levesque, Paula J., . Levitre. Valerie J.. Lewis. Ann M., . , Lewis, Michelle E.. Lewis. Wllllam H.. Libro. Anthony P.. Lldberg, Donna A., Limperls. Stephen, 45 Kensington Ave., Methuen. 50 Plne St.. Lowell. 61 Park Ave. West '17, Lowell. 54 Dartmouth, Somerville, . , 61 E. Meadow Ln. HB, Lowell. 7 Karen Circle 09, Blllerlca. , 102 Irene, Lawrence. . . 19 Brook St., Aubum, , 140 N. Worcester St., Nonon. 52B Ayers Vlllage Road, Methuen. F., . . . 6 Caroline St.. Worcester, 58 Starblrd St., L0weIl. . . , , 8 Penny Lane. Milford. 115 Pleasantdale Rd., Rutland. , . . 128 Mt. Hope St., Lowell. 724 Lancaster Ave., Lunenburg. 246 Marlboro St., Quincy, P,, . . . 16 Smith St., Haverhill. . .,.. 18 Mason Dr., Salem. 4 Forest Park Rd., Wobum. 256 Forest Pk. Rd., Dracut, 25 Falrvlew St., Lowell. . , 10 Saunders Dr., Shrewsbury, . . 558 Abbott St., No. Andover. . . 847 Liberty Sq. Rd,, Boxboro. 27 Wlntergreen Circle, Lawrence, M.. . 9 Barry Dr., N. Chelmsford. 9 Bany Dr., N. Chelmsford, . . 910 Hlldreth St., Dracut. , . 910 Hlldreth St.. Dracut. 32 Decarolls Drlve, Tewlcsbur, O., U Lowell Mktg. Dept.. Lowell. 1 Kensington Dr., Billerlca, 17 Parlee Rd., Chelmsford. 25 Overlook Rd., Waltham, P.. , 57 Edgemont Ave., Reading, 18 Manet Ave., Brockton, . . 248 Plne St., Lowell. , . 213 River Rd., Andover, 25 Shea St. Unit 8, Dracut. , . 6 Llttle John Dr., Blllerlca, 224 Remington St., Lowell. , 327 Old Blllerlca Rd., Bedford. . , ..,. 35 Rolling Ln., Hudson. , . . . . . . 9 Mt. Hope St., Lowell. . , 26 Appleton Clr., Fitchburg. . . . . . 60 By Street, Lowell, Lincoln, Richard M.. .,.,., 12 Aster Ln., Attleboro. Llttleheld, Nancy J. Llttman, David H., Liu, Chauncy B.. Llvely. Kelly A.. . Llvolsl, Paul J., . . Lloyd, Catherlne G., Lloyd, Deborah J.. Locklirl. Kathryn E. Logue, Cara M., ..,. 119 Martin Ave., N. Lomagllo, Alexander A., . . 48 Joan Dr., Lonergan, Patrlcla M., 39 Greenhalge St., Longo, Rita, ....,., 28 Autran Ave., No. . .,.. 46 Highland Rd., Boxford. . . . 28 Oxford St., Boston, , , 68 Han'lngton St., Athol, 29 Hathaway Cir., Arlington. 19 Abbott Ln., Chelmsford, 15 Heritage Lane 4C, Leominster. 923 S. Main St., Bellingham, Andover. Pittsfield. Medford, Andover, 279 Highland Ave., Randolph, Loranger, Margaret J.. ..,. P.O. Box 923, Orleans, Loymno, Gregory C.. . 15 Donna Rd., N. Billerlca, Lums, Robert J., . , . 9 Crattsland Rd., Brookline Lukaskl, Joanne M., , . . . , 6 Stylm Dr., Peabody. Lukitsch, Mark G., ....... 11 Henry Dr., Hudson, Lundy, Kathleen M., . . 63 Glad Valley Dr., Billerlca, Lunsford, Kimberly M., 39 Hampstead Ave., Billerlca, Lussier, Christine R., .,,.,. . , . 97 Elm. Dracut. Lyna, Robert W., .,.,. 30 Colson St., No. Billerim. Lynch. Lynch, Christoph er L., ,,... 121 Euclid Ave., Lynn. Diane C., 1015 Beach View Rd., Lunenburg. Lynch, Elizabeth J., ,... 151 Westview Rd., Lowell, Lynch, John M., ....... 54 Marrnlon Rd., Melrose. Lynch, Joseph M., . . . 16 Chester Ave., Medford. Lynch, Kathleen M., . , . 32 Batchelder St.. Melrose, Lynch, Richard D., . . .,., 32 Batchelder, Melrose, Lynch. William A., . . . . , 25 Fisher Rd., Cohasset. MA 01452 MA 01570 MA 02154 MA 01879 MA 01845 MA 01887 MA 01556 MA 01749 MA 01854 MA 01826 MA 01805 MA 01752 MA 01854 MA 01890 MA 02174 MA 01844 MA 01851 MA 01852 MA 02145 MA 01854 MA 01821 MA 01841 MA 01501 MA 02766 MA 01844 MA 01604 MA 01854 MA 01757 MA 01545 MA 01854 MA 01462 MA 02170 MA 01850 NH 05079 MA 01801 MA 01826 MA 01852 MA 01545 MA 01845 MA 01719 MA 01844 MA 01865 MA 01865 MA 01826 MA 01826 MA 10876 MA 01854 MA 01821 MA 01824 MA 02154 MA 01867 MA 02401 MA 01851 MA 01810 MA 01826 MA 01821 MA 01852 MA 01750 MA 01749 MA 01854 MA 01420 MA 01850 MA 02705 MA 01921 MA 02184 MA 02111 MA 01551 MA 02174 MA 01824 MA 01455 MA 02019 MA 01810 MA 01201 MA 02155 MA 01845 MA 02655 MA 01862 MA 02167 MA 01960 NH 05051 MA 01821 MA 01862 MA 01826 MA 01862 MA 01904 MA 01462 MA 01851 MA 02176 MA 02155 MA 02176 MA 02176 MA 02025 Macgregor. Thomas Machado, Ann L.. Mackey, Thomas J.. Maclean, Andrew N.. Maclean, Theresa S.. Macleod, Mark W., Macmillan, Sandra L.. Macmunn, Joseph F., Macneil, Janice M., Macnell, Stuart J., , Macollnl, John P., Macphee, Dianne M.. Maczko, Julle A.. Madigan, Danlel P,, Madore, Ross D.. Mahan, Paul J., Mahassel, Arthur M.. Mahoney, Carolyn M., Malllet, Alan J., Mamish, Nader L.. Manago, Rlnaldo B.. Manclnl, Peter A., Mandla, Scott A., P.. 29 No. Central St.. Peabody. 16 McKinley Ave., Lowell, 4 Brook St,, Tewksbury. MA 01960 MA 01851 MA 01876 14 Putting Green Cir,, E, Sandwich, MA , . 161 Elliot St,, Danvers, 51 Ruth Street, Lowell, 5 Cedar St., Blllerica. 10 Stlll Dr., Hudson, 719 Chelmsford St., Lowell. 77 Main BIvd,, Shrewsbury, 12 Gage Ave. 49, Lowell. 47 Hickory Rd., Norwood. , 12 Beverly Rd., Bedford, 44 Northem Blvd., Newbury. 536 Essex St.. Beverly. 17 Ferdinand St,, Worcester. 8 Garden St., Grafton, 5 Joyce St.. Chelmsford. 75 Vale St., Worcester, 51 Bacon St. 92, Watertown, 52 Douglas Ave,, Leominster. 4 Essex Rd.. Belmont, Panridge Ln., Boxford, Mangano, Steven P., 65 Hlgh Plaln Rd., Andover. Manouklan, Mourad, 161 Clrcle Dr,, Waltham, Mansourlan, Llsa A.. 61 Huntington Ave.. Amesbury. Manzl, David S., . . 4 Stephen Dr., Webster. Marceau, Elizabeth A., 157 Exchange Ave., Medford. Marceau, Lisa M.. , 570 Grove St., Chlcopee, Marchese, Denise L., 207 Hlldreth St. '15, Lowell, Marcotte, Thomas J., 17 Footpath Rd., Chelmsford. Mariano, Robert J., 586 Walnut, Lynn, Marino. Michelle A., 43 Westborough St,, Worcester, Marlson, Erlc H., . 14 Garland Dr., Pelham. Mark, Steven F., 3 School St., N. Chelmsford. Markarlan, Kurt M., 22 Forest Park Dr.. Nashua, Marks, Jr., Edmund F., 108 Walnut Rd., Tewksbury. Marsden, Scott W., . 1320 Mammoth Rd., Darcut, Marshall, Kenneth W., . 21 Main St., Wobum, Marshall, Wllllam J.. . . 9 Country Ln., Canton. Martin, Phllllp W., . 36 Parham Rd.. Tyngsboro. Martin. Susan M., , . 76 Nottingham Rd., Dracut, Martlneau. Michelle M.. Martino, Christopher. Mashhadl, Anas M., . Mason, Kevin M.. Masslmllla, Eric C.. Mastalerz, Stanley J.. Masters, Kathleen A., Masterson. Kevin M.. 99 Delaware Ave., Lowell, 43 Lewis Ave., Winthrop, . . . 59 Levereh St,, Lowell, . . . 18 Andrew St., Everett. 102 Lowell St., Lexington. 52 Blue Grass Ln.. Ludlow, , . 16 Cross St., Andover, 51 Stratford Rd., Natick. Masterson. Thomas Mastorakos, Alexander D., 178 Wollaston Ave., Arl N., . 8 Eagle Dr., Franklin, Mathew, Boney A., 14 Mt. Washington St, 89, Lowell. Mathews, Kathleen M., 1 Tadmuck Rd.. Chelmsford. Matson, Deborah A., . 23 Wlshawum Rd., Wobum, Mattson, Patrlck J.. 113 Llnebrook Rd., Ipswich. Mattson, Robert L., 50 Old Marlboro Rd., Maynard, Mauras, Bladys G.. . . , 42 Orchard St., Lawrence. Mauro, Lisa J., . . . . 283 Cook Ln., Marlboro. May, Brian J., . . . . 8 Clover Clr., Andover, Mayer, Gregory S., , . , 48 Mass. Ave., Somerset, Maynard, George T.. , . 8 King Rd.. Littleton. Mayotte, Debra L., . 650 Robblns Ave. -'26, Dracut, Mazurenko, Llsa M., 21 Cleveland St., No. Andover, Mbah, Ndam F.. . . . McAnesple, Beth A., ...,,. . . McArdle. Mlchael S., McArthur, Susan L., Mmulilfe, Ellen M., ,.... McCabe, Joseph D., . . , McCarrlck, Jeffrey W.. McCart.hy, Bennett, W. , . McCart.hy, Danlel F., . , McCarthy, John F., . ,. . , McCartln, Elizabeth M.. 181 School St., Lowell 26 Ellls Ave., Lowell. 55 Hooper St,, Quincy, 76 Rear June St., Lowell, 23 Ellen Rd.. Burlington. 354 Depot St.. So. Easton. P.O. Box 35, S. Lancaster, P.O. Box 1127, Shirley, 154 Ludlam St., Lowell. 2 Munroe Dr., Rockport, . 2 Depot Rd., Windham, 02537 MA 01923 MA 01851 MA 01866 MA 01749 MA 01852 MA 01545 MA 01854 MA 02062 MA 01730 MA 01950 MA 01915 MA 01603 MA 01519 MA 01824 MA 01604 MA 02172 MA 01455 MA 02178 MA 01921 MA 01810 MA 02154 MA 01913 MA 01570 MA 02155 MA 01020 MA 01850 MA 01824 MA 01905 MA 01604 NH 03076 MA 01865 NH 05060 MA 01876 MA 01826 MA 01801 MA 02021 MA 01879 MA 01826 MA 01854 MA 02152 MA 01851 MA 02149 MA 02173 MA 01056 MA 01810 MA 01760 MA 02058 lngton, MA 02174 MA 01854 MA 01824 MA 01801 MA 01938 MA 01754 MA 01841 MA 01752 MA 01810 MA 02726 MA 01460 MA 01826 MA 01845 MA 01854 MA 01854 MA 02169 MA 01850 MA 01805 MA 02375 MA 01760 MA 01561 MA 01850 MA 01966 NH 03087 MA 01830 McColley, Mlchael P., . 38 Lexington Ave., Bradford, McConnack, John K., , , 44 Charme Rd., Billerlca, McConnack, Mlchael J., . . 41 Cambridge St., Chelmsford. MA MA 01821 01824 McCormick, Nancy A., . 92 North Ave,, Natlck, MA 01760 McConnlck, Robert S., . 47 Abbott Ln., Chelmsford, MA 01824 NcCusker, Robert M., . . . 46 Newport Dr., Westford, MA 01866 McDermott, Amy L.. Monticello Dr. Apt. 9, Pawtucket, Rl 02800 MCDel'm0tI, Maureen A.. 89 Colonial Dr.. Tewksbury. McDermott, Mlchael J., . 98 Marginal St., Lowell, McDonald, Cheryl L., . 448 Front St., Marion, McDonald, Darlene, .,.., 537 Walker St., Lowell. McElroy, John E., ..... 21 Sutton Pl., No. Andover, McGovem, Patricia Ann, . . 39 19th Street, Lowell. McGowan, Anne G.. . , . 3 Edgehlll Cir., Danvers, McGuire, Judith E., 16 Buckingham Rd., Norwood. MA 01876 MA 01851 MA 02758 MA 01851 MA 01845 MA 01850 MA 01925 MA 02062 McHale, Deborah E., 39 Sylvan Ave,, Chelmsford, MA 01824 McHugh, Jane E., . 67 Merrimac St., Wobum, MA 01803 Mclnemey, Brian W., . . 18 Stonewall Dr,, Wobum, MA 01801 Mclnemey, Stephen J., 18 Stonewall Dr., Wobum, MA 01801 Mclntosh, James E.. 42 Flagg Rd., Westford, MA 01886 McKenna, John D., . 35 lnervale St., Lynn, MA 01904 McKenna, Nora K., . 71 Harwood Ave., Littleton, MA 01460 McKinley, James R., 10 Brand St., Arlington, MA 02174 McKinley, Monica D., 10 Nancy Cir., Andover, MA 01810 McLaughlin, Marianne M., 70 St. James Rd., Medford, MA 02155 McLellan, Heidi E., 27 Summer St., Saugus, MA 01906 McLeod, David R,, 3 Luan Cir., Chelmsford, MA 01824 McMahon, Christine D., 423 Oakland Rd,, Hyannis, MA 02601 McMahon, Mlchael D., 24 Commonweslth Ave., No. Andover, MA 01845 McManlmon. Paula C., 48 Adams St., No, Chelmsford, MA 01863 McManus, MaryEllen, 23 Cloverhill Dr., Chelmsford, MA 01824 McNabb. Jr., John C., 15 Shirley St., Pepperell, MA 01463 Mcrlealy, Pamela A., , . 14 Pythias Cir., Needham, MA 02194 Mcrlutt, MaryKate, 6 Independence Dr., Burlington, MA 01803 McParland, David R., Box 3006 Essex Cntr, Dr., Peabody, MA 01960 McPherson, Bruce G., 125 Pleasant St.. Spencer, MA 01562 McSweeney, Chatherlne A., , 17 Winslow Rd.. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Meadows, James W., 28 Lelf Erickson Dr., So. Dennis, MA 2660 Mealey. Jeffrey D.. . 1890 Lakeview Ave., Dracut, MA 01826 Meehan, Sean P., 54 Massachusetts Ave., Danvers, MA 01923 Mello, Bryan T., , 12 Lancaster, Berlin, MA 01503 Mello, Mark L., .... 22 Tyler St.. Methuen, MA 01844 Menard, Martha L., , . 7 Wilding St., Fairhaven. MA 02719 Mendoza, Norman J., 1551 Wheeler St., No. Dighton, MA 02764 Merchel. Frank J.. , 5 Elm St., No. Reading, MA 01864 Merrill, Erik E., , 10 Edgewood St., Chelsmford, MA 01824 Messier, Christopher. . 49 Tickle Rd., Westport, MA 02790 Messina. Christine M.. 123 Leolels Dr.. Marlboro, MA 01752 Metilinos, Nicholas, , . 514 Hlldreth St., Dracut, MA 01826 Mlano, Pamela, , , 55 Allen Park Dr., Wilmington, MA 01887 Michaels, Alexla T., , . 141 Plain Rd., Westford, MA 01886 Michaud, Joanne P., . . 42 Joffre St., Lowell, MA 01851 Miguens, Eduardo F., 51 Ellington Rd.. Tewksbury, MA 01876 Miller, Mark D., . 45 Elm St., Byfield, MA 01922 Miller, Ross C., . . . . . . 53 Pulaski Dr., Salem, NH 03079 Mlllett, Cheryl B., , , 17 Howe St., Dracut, MA 01826 Millward Wllllam C., 4 Laurel Hill Ln. Apt. 0, Milford, NH 03055 Miragliotta, Karen A.. , , 20 Channing St,, Methuen. MA 01844 Miranda, Carolann, 64 Fourth Ave. Apt. 2L, Lowell, MA 01854 Miras, Pamela M., ..-.. 150 Totman Rd., Lowell, MA 01852 Mironer, David R., ..., 269 Concord Rd., Bedford, MA 01750 Mitchell, Paul D., 54 Park Rd., Chelmsford. MA 01824 Modig, Sally J.. . , . 5 Abbot Pl., Millbury. MA 01527 Molica, Anthony J., . 410 Russell St., Wobum, MA 01801 Monet, Laurene J., . . 84 Amold St., Braintree, MA 02184 Montlon, Michelle A., , 27 Wahtera Road, Peabody, MA 01960 Montminy, Steven N., .... 12 Genest Ave., Lowell, MA 01854 Montoya, Oswaldo, . . 35 Faimfiont St., Lawrence, MA 01841 Monty. Monica J., , 29 S. Longyard Rd., Southwick, MA 01077 Moore, Christopher, . . . . 10 Beverly Hill, Canton, MA 02021 Moore, David S., .,., 21 Overlook Dr., Westboro, MA 01581 Moore, Jonathan C., .,,,. 6 Hawk Ln., Sharon, MA 02067 Morad, Mary J., . . 541 Longley Rd., Groton, MA 01450 Morahan, Thomas P., . . 27 Fresno St., Roslindale, MA 02131 Moran, John F., 28 Ellsworth Ave., Springfield, MA 01118 Moran, Valerie L., . . P.O. Box 391, Manomet, MA 02360 Morin, Brian R., . .... 162 Mlllbury Ave., Millbury. MA 01527 Morin, Christopher, ..... 6 Elizabeth Ln., Paxton, MA 01612 Morowski, Kathleen A., . 37 Brigham Ave., Dracut, MA 01826 Morrell, Chris J., ..... . , , 5 Carven Rd., Milford, MA 01757 Morrell, Kathleen P., . 89 Barbara Rd., Waltham, MA 02154 Morrill, Timothy J., .... 182 Thorton Ave., Lowell, MA 01852 Morse, Gary J., . . 4 Constantine Dr., Tyngsboro. MA 01879 Morse. Robert C., . , . . 14 King St., Lexington, MA 02173 Morrell, Danlel L., . ..... , . . Broad St., Barre, MA 01005 Moschetto, Lisa A., ...... . 42 Pearl, Lawrence. MA 01841 Moses, Lisa A., . . . 10 Erhardt Terr., Methuen, MA 01844 Motroni, Cheryl A., ...., 63 Abom Ave., Wakefield, MA 01880 Mott, Richard L., ..... 151 Westboro Rd.. Upton, MA 01568 Mountain, Stewart A., . 356 Old Westford Rd., Chelmsford, MA Muccl, Paul L.. . . , , Mueller, August C.. Mueller, Paula J., . Mullen. Mullen. Muller. Muller, Mulvey. Murphy. Murphy, Murphy, Danlel Terri L.. . . Kara L.. Paul J., , Lori J., . . Mark, . , Peter W,, . , M.. . Rita M.. 58 Partridge Rd., Billerica, . . 15 Lenox St. Fl, Lowell, . 116 Whltford Cir., Marshfield, , . 2 Cudworth St,, Medford. 152 Boylston Ln. 848, Lowell, , , , . . , 5 Flume Rd.. Magnolia, . , . , . 3 Flume Rd., Magnolia. . . . . . 2 Martln Dr., Billerica, . . 102 Clay St., Cambridge, . . . 10 Rack Road. Chelmsford, Murphy. Stephen J., . . , . Murphy, Theresa A., . , . Murphy, Wllllam D., . . . 56A Tait Ave.. Lexington, 40 Clrcult Ave., Newton. 33 Morse St, 015, Lowell, Murphy. McCrady. Cynthia, P., 1700 Skyline Dr. V5, Murray, John C., .,.. 32 Monsen Rd., Concord, Murray, Stephanie A., 343 Tyngsboro Rd., Dracut, Muser, Thomas E., .... 42 Pearl Rd., Nahant. 01824 MA 01866 MA 01852 MA 02050 MA 02155 MA 01852 MA 01930 MA 01930 MA 01821 MA 02140 MA 01824 MA 02368 MA 02173 MA 02161 MA 01854 Lowell, MA 01854 MA 01742 MA 01826 MA 01908 269 . 13 Robert SL, Lowell. 719 Princeton Blvd. '21 Dowd! Peloquin, Paula J.. Musgrave. Michael ll., 6-l Stevens St. Lowell. 'LA 01851 Husiak. Joseph G. 17 Hampden St.. lndian Orchard 'LA 01151 Myers, Robert F. 6 For-thgate Rd.. Chelmsford 'LA 01824 Nagle. Sean P.. 3 Berkshire Rd., Chelmsford, HA 01863 dangle, Gary' R.. 190 Walden SL. Cambridge. FLA 02140 Nardone. Franklin M., 64 Sahant St., llraketield, FLA 01880 Nash, Cynthia C,. 4 Center Dr. Paxton. FLA 01612 Ronald lli. 17 Ottawa Rd., Arlington. 'LA 02174 Fatale, Jonathan A. 26 Athelstane Rd.. NEWTON Ctr,. FLA 02159 Heil, Christopher. . 11 llardwlds Rd. Quincy. 'LA 02169 Heil. John A.. . . . 156 Taylor St., Pembroke. MA 02559 nelson, Cheri A.. 336 Whipple Rd., Tevdcsbury, MA 01876 Memes. Eric B.. . 185 Stackpole SL 25 Lowell. MA 01852 Pleveux. Donna Marie. 192 ljpham St. Loviell. MA 01851 newtield. Suzanne P.. . 1521 Pawtucket Blvd. 232. Lowell. MA 01854 Newton. Rosemary A. . 43 Belmont St.. Reading FLA 01867 Howotny. Robert A.. . . . rig, Tat-Reung, . . Nguyen. Hoang R., liguyen. Luong l'l., Nichols. Carol J.. . . Nicholson. Lirlda C.. Nicholson, Stephen Nickerson, David E., Niedzwiecki, Julie F.. Nolan. Michael C.. Noonan. Daniel S.. noone. Jonathan M.. nonis. Dana J.. . N-on'i.s, Michael J.. . Horton. Joseph C. Novak. Sandra L.. . Hoya. Jill E.. .. .. nwaobilor, Steve C.. S.. -'l-62 Fletcher SL F5 Lowell, 219 Famham SL. Laurence. 645A Westem Av.. ll. Lynn, ... 30 Berkeley SL. Quincy. . . 14 Marilyn Dr.. Aubum. . 10 Palmer Rd., Pepperell. . 14 Clayton St., Lynn. 107 Pamell Pl., Sashua. 842 Vamum Ave.. Lowell. llikoludis, Vassilios. . . . . 65 Harrison Ave. llrakdeld. . , . 88 Sophia Ave, Brockton. . 2Tl Shaw St. Lowell. . 19 Sapla Rd., Melrose. 36 Brown SL. Brockton. 12 Parker SL, Charlestown. . 32 Wstland SL, Methuen. 276 Arbor SL, Lunenburg, 1 Ridgewood Rd.. Billerica. Box 869 Astor Sta., Boston, HA 01854 HA 01843 HA 01905 FLA 02169 HA 01501 HA 01463 HA 0190-3 HH 03060 HA 01854 FLA 01880 YL-A 02401 HA 01851 PLA 02176 HA 02401 PLA 02129 HA 0184-1 HA 01-562 HA 01821 FLA 02115 Paquene, Roben E. 473 Douglas Rd.. Lowell. Paradis. Jr.. Philip. F.. 108 Reservoir Rd. Lunenburg, Parent. Richard W.. Parente, Henry J.. Parker. Jennifer L., Parker Lauri L.. Parsons, Mark S., Pascucci Paul E, Passamonti 'lark J. Pastore. Wayne M., Patton. Monica H.. 163 Artisian St. Chicopee, 28 Rosedale Rd. llatertown. high Sl. Box 32 Dunstable, 23 Kearsage Ave.. Dracut. 125 Brooks St.. Medford. 13 So. llilliams Haverhill. 172 Riverside St. Apt. 3 Milford 7 James St.. Burlington, 32 'orth Ilill Rd. Watford. Pauley. Michael D., P.O. Box 637 HBNBYG Rd.. Shirley. Peaslee. Michael L.. 50 tillage Dr.. Dracut. Fekkala. LLsa R. 647 Chelmsford. Lcwdl. Pelletier. Robert M.. Box 516 Srallord St. Charlton. Pelletier. Ill Joseph C. 61 Glen Rd., wilmington. HA 01852 HA 01-562 HA 01013 MA 02172 MA 01827 HA 01826 HA 02155 HA 01850 HA 01757 HA 01513 HA 01886 PLA 01464 HA 01826 HA 01851 HA 01507 HA 01887 PLA 01854 Pelton Charla R. Pender, Brian R. 44 Yloodside Ave, Brockton. 38 Emery St, Lowell. Pendleton, Jr. Brian T. 49 Oak SL. Billeria. Penlikis. John S.. Pepka. Scott J. Peralta, Karoline 35 Packard Ave.. Somerville. RIO Box 484. Dudley. . P.O, Box 67-2 Lawrence. Perlman. Stev en A., 14 Green-Meadows East Chster. Perry, Jeffrey L.. . 80 High SL. Howell. Peters. Robert J. 5 Webster St.. Andover, Peruzziello. Caroline. 35 Hineteenth SL. Lowell. Fetullo. Steven J.. . 62 llrestvievv Rd.. Lovell. Peznola. Joseph D.. 1231 W. Pleasant SL. Brockton. Piccirillo. John C., 18 Gage Ave. 28. Loudl. Pilla, Kelly B. 310 Lowell St.. Wilmington. Piper, David A., . 39 Bama SL. Leominster. Pitkanen, Richard J.. . 688 Front SL, Weymouth, Ploof. Donald A.. 9 Bradford Rd. Tevvksbury. Ploulfe. Heidi A., . 61 Shea SL. Lowell. Ployer. Lorraine rl.. 16 Hearthstone Dr. Burlington, Plummer, Brian T., 5 Bralruood Rd., Chelmsford. Podata, Thomas H.. . 14 Bradford. Derry. Polak. Jelfrey T.. . 10 Wyman SL. Lovell. Pompei. John L.. . . . 334 Lake St., Haverhill. Pomphrey, William E., 4-6 'ashoba Dr.. Marlboro. Poor. David R.. 374 Svrains Pond Ave., Melrose. Popovich. Mid-lael G.. . . . . 6 Alex Cir., Nashua. Porooshani. Babak. . . . 11 Colonial Dr.. Watford. Porter. Jacqueline M.. 230 E. Lothrop SL, Beverly. Porte. Monis G.. . . . . . 3 Quany Terr.. Peabody. Possi. Brian W.. . . 15 Westland Ave. YYIYICHEIBI. PLA 02-301 HA 01851 HA 01862 HA 02145 HA 01570 HA 01842 NY 10707 HA 02151 HA 01810 HA 018W HA 01851 MA 02401 FLA 01854 HA 01887 HA 01453 HA 0213 FLA 01876 HA 01854 HA 01803 HA 01824 HH 03038 HA 01852 HA 01830 HA 01752 H.A 02176 HH 03062 HA 013 HA 01915 HA 01960 HA 0183 Rawnsley, Michael P., 68 Waldo SL, Lovell, Raymond. Brian T. 453 Pawtucket SL 1103 bowel! Raymond. Daniel J. Razlabonl. Carolyn Ready. Christine rl. Reddish Sarah L Regan Ellen L. Regan 'lichael J. Regan, Patricia. Reid. Catherine. Reid. Melissa J. Reilly. Christopher Reis. David P.. Relihan, Scott Vi Rennie. Steven D, Rice, Kev-in. Richard. Paul D. Richards, Lynette M., Richards william F.. Richmond Jama P, Ricketts. Rollin L., Rider, Michael G.. Riley. Mark J.. Ripley, Christopher, Rivard. Doreen A. Robbins. Henry C., Robbins. Mary B.. RODCI1. Thomas C.. Roberto, Robyn A., Roberts, Ellal J.. Robertshaw Alan L., Robichaud, Joseph Robl1lard, Judith A. 32 Sherwood Cir., Salem. P.O. Box 190 lA. Lynn. 98 ". Billeflfa Rd.. Tex-ksbury. 418 Lovell SL, Andover. 379 Pleasant SL oraan. 11 Willoyvdale Rd.. Tyngsboro. 24 Pleasant SL. Chelmsford 31 Hemlng SL. Lowell, 5 Pomfret Rd., Chelmsford. 77 Gershom Ave., Lowell. 79 Holley Pl.. Torrington 8 Plymouth Rd.. Wakefield. 274 Maple Ave., Shrewsbury. 228 Lincoln SL Franklin. 3 Colony Rd., Wobum. 38 Old Lowell Rd., Watford. 25 Sagamore Ave.. Medford. 47 Cmllivan Blvd.. D0rChSa', 524 Sdlool SL, boudl. 211 B. Brown. Waltham. 17 first SL, Rehoboth. 6 Garden Ave. Billerlrz. 46 Pine Ridge Dr.. Ayer. MA 01852 HA 01854 'ill CD079 MA 0115 HA 01876 HA 01810 HA 01826 HA 01879 MA 01824 HA 0151 HA OIM4 HA 01854 CT X791 MA 01881 HA 01545 MA 02038 , HA 0151 HA Olml HA 013 MA 02156 HA 0212! HA 01852 MA 02154 MA 02769 HA 0151 MA 01432 P.O. Box 1044. Pepperell. MA 1466 47 Hundreds Rd.. Westboro. . Cranberry Rd.. Websta. . 10 Lee SL. Wilmington. S3 Alsada Dr., worcater. L.. 16 Riverdde Ave. Bodom. . 231 .Appleton sl.. Arlington. Robillard, Hark J., 8 lhst Sheppard Ln.. Chelmsford. Rochlsarg, Lmh A.. Roddlhisef. Fred lil. Roaler, Kerstin A., Rogers. Jams E.. Rogers. Peter J.. Roller. Craig R.. 18 weldlsood Rd., Andover. . 329 Bigelow SL. Marlboro. . 298 Pawtucket SL. Lovell. 'rormgate Ra., Tewlesbury. 109 Nichols SL. Norwood. 31 Grove SL, ESU, 51 Romano. Anthony M.. 1126 Livingston SL,Tew16bUI'y. HA 01561 HA 01570 HA 01887 HA 01603 HA 01730 HA 02174 HA 0124 HA 01810 HA 01752 HA 015 HA 01876 HA 0232 HA 01929 HA 01876 Romell, Michele V.. 50 Rnollwood Dr.. bongmadow. MA 01106 Ronan, Edvard G., . 11 Primrose. Roslindale. HA 02131 Rondau. Denise A., . 43 Sparta SL. Lowell. MA 01854 Roop. Jdfrey lt. . . . 6 Kem Dr., Billerim. MA 01821 Roscoe. Everett J.. 38 Charls SL. Rmding, MA 0157 Rosenzweig, Philip W.. 39 Clover Hill Dr.. Chelmsford. MA 01824 HA 02154 HA 01602 55105 HA 02174 HA 02178 HA 02173 HA 01841 HA 01841 MA 01864 O'Brien. Barbara J., . . . 14 Lyman Terr.. Waltham. 100 Waterrord Dr., Worcster. 0'Brien. Brendan R. 0'BTi5l, Elizabeth G.. 265 Mt. Curve Blvd.. St. Paul, o'al-ten, Michael c,, . . 11 Campbell Ru.. Arlington. 39 Home Rd., Belmont. O'Brien, O'Brien, Ronald P., 16 Bloomcrest Rd., Lexington, O'Con.nell, Elizabeth A.. 28 Kendall St., Laurence, O'Conne1l, Judith M.. . . . 69 Byron Ave., lawrence. 171 forth SL, Hn. Reading, Paul W., ....... . O'COUDE1l. O'Connor, Denbe M.. , 1152 Vamum Ave., Lov-ell, MA 01854 Hancy' L.. . 0'Connor. Keith O., ..... 117 Carl Ave., Brockton, MA 02402 O'Corlnor. Marianne M.. . . 2 Whippletree Rd.. Chelmsford, HA 0182-1- 11 Batc Lane. Watford, MA 01886 O'Det1e, Joyr:eAnn, .... 8 Woodclilfe Rd., Canton, HA 02021 O'Donne1l. Annrnarie R., 271 Concord Rd.. Billerica. HA 01821 Obonoghue. Patrick E., 205 Ash SL ApL 2, Waltham. MA 0215! O'Connor, Michael J., . .. O'Lmry. Thomas J., ..... 60 Otis SL, Somerville. FLA 02145 O'Reefe, Kevin M., .... . 11 Tremont. Stonel-lam. O'Keelfe, Andrm L., .... 1-1-5 Glades Rd., Sdtuate. HA 021m HA 02066 O'Lari. Scott A., . . . . 3 Vincent SL, Chelmsford. FLA 01824 Oleary, Kevin P., . . . . 60 Otis SL. Somerville, MA 02145 O'Mmra. John A, ..,. . 0'Me-ara, Paul J.. . . ol-lem. ltelly A. , . . O'l'00le, Allison L,. . . . . . Ober. Christopher. .... . 4-1 Park Ave. Cambridge. 170 Brainerd St.. So. rladley, 53 Oaklandvale Ave. Saugls, 186 Main SL, Spencer, , P.O. Box 65. Andover. Odimegwu. Jude C.. ..... P.O. Box 1661, Lowell, Okeke, Patrick l.. .... 5 Eastmont Rd., rlyde Park Olivier, Barbara J.. . . olson. Douglas c.. Osbome. Dan A., osslng Paul e. . . Ouellette, Belinda J.. .. , . . 260 Abbott Ave, Leominster. 8 Ralferty' Rd., Stoneham, 6 Meehan Dr.. Chelmsford, 15 Sunset Cir.. Marlboro, 2 Lincoln Rd.. Peabody. HA 021.38 HA 01075 HA 01906 HA 01562 HA 01810 HA 01853 HA 021.36 HA 01453 HA 02133 HA 0134 HA 01752 HA 0150 Pacini, Robert J.. ,...... 94 Lovell Rd., Watford, MA 013 Paclat Charles rl., . 491 Washington Ave. Chelsa, HA 02150 Palmisano. Josephine AL, . 159 Est SL. Methuen, HA 01844 Panagiotopoulo, Theodore, 65 Thissell SL. Dracur. HA 01826 Panxici, Joseph P.. ..... 158 Ravel Rd., Lowell, MA 01852 Papulon, Andre A., ....... ,, 140 wat SL. Lowell, MA 01850 Pappaioanou. James L., . 400 Jonm Ave. Dracut. MA 01826 Pappalardo. Joseph T., 258 Prsidential Dr.. Haverhill. Pappas, Peter L, ......... 151 Avis Ave.. Dracl.lt. Paqudte. Lynn A., .... 108 Asselin St., Chicopee. 270 HA 01830 HA 01826 HA 01020 Pothier. Mark A.. . Pothier, Michael R.. Pothier. Peter L.. Potter, Sharon A.. Poulios. Joyce L.. . Powers. Christopher. Powers, Jama A.. Prato. Amlando. . . Prees,lanC.. ...... .. Pracoti. Philip D., ... Prevenas. Peter A.. ..., Michael D.. Prindle. Jr., Albion. Prosperi. Louis J., Provost. Ann-Marie. Pultorak, Andrew J., Pl.lEl13!'l'l, Kamdlt P., Pye, Bnan G.. .... . . Quatirochi, Ronald P.. .... Querusio, David P., Quigley. Jon E.. . . . Quigley. Mary T.. . Quigley. Paul K, . . Quinci. Nicolino S.. Quinn, Peter J., . . Quinn. Robert D.. . . Quinrio, Jamm L., . Quinter. Karen J.. . . 29 Leland Rd., Ho. Rmding, 16 Bel Air Heights. Leominster. 435 Salem SL. Malden. 12GreenSL.Mel-rimac. . . 15 York Ave. Watford. 17 Ridgeland Rd.. Shrewsbury. 116 Washington SL. Ayer. 18 Eastview Ave. Billelicz. 8 Charla St., Georgetown. 26 Philips Rd.. S. Portland. 4 Dobson Rd.. Chelmsford. 44 Morton SL. Eel-ton Ca1tre, . . . . Ware Rd.. W. Brookfield. 7 lllinchester SL. Southborough, H-1 0154 HA 01453 HA 02148 HA 01860 HA 01886 HA 01545 HA 01432 HA 0191 HA 01833 HE 0-'IKE HA OIQQ H.A 02159 HA 01585 HA 01772 . 81 Capt. Courtois Dr.. 5. Attldboro. HA 11 Memorial Dr.. Millbury, ... 10 Lyrlnlield St.. Peabody. . . 10 Gilbert Way. Millbury, 02703 HA 01527 HA 01960 HA 01527 15 SL Paul SL, Lowell. HA 01851 45 Jackson Rd., Somerville. MA 02145 628 hashua Road. Dracut. HA 01826 34 Livingston Ave.. Lowell, MA 0121 . . 6 Shattuck Rd., Haverhill, MA 01830 17RSSL,MiRJi'd,Pl.A02155 ... 3 Hickory Rd., MA OZOQ . . . 20 Whittier Dr.. Scituate, HA 02066 . . 107 West SL. wilmington, HA 01887 . . 34 Park Ave. Braintree. PLA 02184 Raduazzo, Jr.. Patrick F.. 9 Mathew Lane, Chelmsford, Raierty, Kathleen. ---. 4 Melody Ln., Chelrrdord, Raisbeck, Jams G.. 40 Bloomddd SL, Lexington, Rallis. Evangelos M.. .... 87 Thorndike. Arlington, Rangel. Sylvana L., 19 Red Coat Rd.. Shrewdaury. Ratcliie. Mark A.. ..,. 90 Putnam Rd., li. Andover, Ram-ay. Ridlani T.. 105 Magnolia Ave. Gloucester. Rauseo. Chrolyrn M.. . 36 lllioodcrst Dr.. Wakelield. Ravanis. Terri L.. . . Z3 HCETUISIOHS Cir.. llfayland. Rawlings, Michael R., 21 Musket Ridge Rd.. N. Fairlidd HA 0104 HA 01824 HA 02173 HA 02174 HA 01545 HA 01845 HA 01930 HA 01880 HA 01778 CT 06812 Roussmu, Kristine J.. Rowe. Paul B.. . . Roy. Mark R.. . Roy. Rebecca A. Royer. Claire M.. Ruane. Thomas M.. . Rubin. Arthur ll.. . . Russdl, Mark D.. . , Russell, Stephen R., . Russian. Kenneth C.. RLLSSO. Robert S.. , Rust. Christopher. . . Ryan, Mary' M.. . . Ryan. Pacrieli w.. Sacco, Francis JL. . Sadler, Steven P., . . Safi, Abboud lt., , 12 Delrnont Ave. bowdl. HA 0152 . 6 Leonard Dr.. Pelham. nl-I 03076 . 124 HL nope SL. Lowell. , . . Rm Box 320. Gardner, . . . 73 Tolman Ave.. Louell. 74 Brigham Hill Rd.. Grafton. .. .56LaurelSL.Meirose. . 328 Chestnut St., Clinton, . 3 Mansfield Dr.. Chdrnsford. . 2 Constoga Rd.. Lexington. 163 Tumpike Rd.. Chelmsford. . 9 Woodbury SL. Gloucester. . . 3 Pinecone Ln.. Southboro. 53BStreeLLowell. 16 lawrence SL. ChEflS'.0Wl'l. 34 Alexander Rd., tlopkingtorl. 534 Washington SL. Haverhill. Sagerian. Robert P.. 22 Washington Rd., Northboro. Sahagian, Richard. 49 Old Middlaex Rd., Belmont. Salisbury, David A.. . . 11 Blue Ridge Rd. Watford, Saltrnarsh. Michael P.. .... 33 Fowler St., PCBCOOK. Sama, Susan IL. .... 28 Chestnut Hill Rd.. Groton. Sanchez. Ramol1 P., ........, 4-4 Race St.. Lowell, Sandefur, Cynthia A., .... 44 Donru Rd., Andover. Santoro Michael J.. . . 39 Freqaort Dr., Burlington, Santos. Robert S.. . . 64 Hood Rd.. Ho. Tewlsbllry. Sargent. Adam L.. 260 Massapoag Rd.. TQTTQXTO, HA 01854 HA 014-'l-0 HA 01854 HA 01519 HA 02176 HA 01510 HA 0194 HA 02173 HA 0194 HA 0190 HA 017D HA 01851 HA 0212 HA 01748 HA 01830 HA 01562 HA 02178 HA 0183 NH 03303 HA 01-150 HA 01854 HA 01810 HA 018.13 HA 01876 HA 01879 Satxler, Linda A.. .... 61 Oakland SL. lllilbraham. HA 013 Stznlon. Patrick J.. ........ 5 Davis Rd.. Aubum. MA 01501 Sd-liegoleit. Cynthia D., 151 Wood SL 317, bowdl. MA 01851 Schlaich,Stephen E. S6 Rd.. HA02175 Sd1liChte, Mary E.. .. . ,.. 355 Hain SL. Haverhill, HA 0120 Schmidt, KG'll'l2Il'l F., . . . . Uphaln SL. Melrose. HA 02176 5C7'l00'lfdd,Jil'lC., 1LongfellowRd..Boston. scioleui.Robenn...11.9nowlandRd.,stoughtol1. HA 02181. HA C2072 Scioli, Paul S.. . .... T2 Fremont SL. Somerville. MA 02145 Scott.RobertA.... ,..1MaddLane.Bedford,MA01730 Scot1.Sharon H., .. ..... 8SC0l1Dr.. LiU.ld0n.HA01450 Scribner, H'ld1EllE. ..... . 63 Howell Rd.. Hdrose. HA 02176 Sars. John F., ..... 29 Brookline Ave.. Holyoke. HA 01040 Sedlacek. Ronald C., . 9 Woodbriar Rd., Stondtam. HA 02151 Sdfridge. Kathleen H.. 14-8 Willard SL :16.. Lowell. HA 01850 Sdvaggio. Harialena. .,.... 58 Stapla SL. Lowell, HA 01851 Sennoli. Patrick J.. . 74 Washington Ave. Vl'l.l1Cl"ll'X. HA 02152 Serrecchia. Dino J. ....... 8 Waltham SL. Wobum. HA 01801 120 Old Field Rd.. Chicopee. Severo, Lori A., . . . 76 Forest Pk. Ave., Billerica, MA 01862 Seymour, John R., . 15 Ledgewood Rd.. Wakelield, MA 01880 Shaffer. Nancy E., . . . 44 Edsel Rd.. Littleton, MA 01460 Shah, Smriti, . , . 57 Holland Street, Winchester. MA 01890 Shamon, Ronald J.. 54 G St.. Dracut, MA 01826 Shanley, Andrea E., . , 12 Lois St.. Methuen. MA 01844 Shannon. Elizabeth M., 68 Riverview St., Dedham, MA 02026 Sharon, Joseph A., 7 Sherwood Rd., Natlck, MA 01760 Sharpe, David J.. 25 Winona Ave.. Haverhill, MA 01850 Shaw. Leslie J., . 4 Creamery Hlll Rd., No. Orange, MA 01564 Shea, Jack L., ..... 15 Dewey St.. Methuen, MA 01844 Shea, Susan M., . . 240 Barker Ave. Apt. 47. Lowell. MA 01852 Sheehan, Karen M., . 57 W. Meadow Dr., Brockton. MA 02401 Shepard, Nancy A., . . 9 Park St.. Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Shepple, John K., . . , 55 Whltcomb Ave.. Littleton. MA 01460 Sherman, Nora J., , , 17A Thomas St.. Burlington. MA 10805 Sherys, Janet A., . . , . 19 Hilltop Ave., Saugus. MA 01906 Shieh. Yun, ..,,,.. 97 Unlverslty Ave. 85, Lowell. MA 01854 Shellds, Patrick. , , , 6 Eisenhower Dr,, Norton, MA 02766 Shin, Shan K., , . . , . 710 Skyline Dr. '10, Dracut, MA 01826 Shoulla, Paul J., ,... 75 Farragot Rd., So. Boston, MA 02127 Shrilt, Karen F., .... 89 Fourth Ave. 81. Lowell. MA 01854 Shuda, Douglas A., , . . 2 Draycoach. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Shuwalri, Elias A., ...., 7 Oak Hill Dr., Methuen, MA 01844 Sim, Vincent, ......... 1062 Hillside Ave., Milton. MA 02186 Siellan, Susan M.. 550 Wellman Ave., Chelmsford, MA 01865 Silk, Mary-Chay, . . . . 150 Summer St.. Stoneham. MA 02180 Slmard, Matthew J.. 505 E, Duntable Rd.. Nashua. NH 05060 Sinibaldi. Lisa Y., 915 W. Mountain Ave., Williamsport, PA 17701 Sivazlian, Mark S. ,... 86 Clark St., Worcester, MA 01606 Slattery, Nomia J., 14 Cottage Raw, No. Chelmsford. MA 01865 Sliva. Jacob L., .,....... 124 Walnut St., Everett, MA 02149 Slomba. Scott R., .... 11 Sugar Hill Cir., Methuen. MA 01844 Smaldone, David J., . . 10 Larssen Cir., Chelmsford. MA 01824 Smit.h. Alison M., ...... 11 Borrows Rd., Foxboro, MA 02055 Smith. Donna H., ,.,... , . 9 Flint St., Lynn, MA 01905 Smith. Paul S., ....,.., 25 Alpha St., Putnam. CT 06260 Smith. Scott A., , . 12 Corey Hill Rd.. Ashbumham. MA 01450 Smit,h, Tina M.. ......, 16 Walker Rd., Manchester. MA 01944 Smrynios. Peter J., ..... 59 Home, Peabody. MA 01960 Snow. Robert P., . . 57 E. Canton Cir.. Springfield, MA 01104 Soszynski, Ruth E.. .... 5 Castle Ave.. Mediield, MA 02052 Sousa, R. Christoph, . 59 Spring Park Ave., Dracut, MA 01826 Souza. Christine, ...... 75 Keamey Dr., Lowell, MA 01852 Souza. John A., .... 11 Hawthome Ave., Westford, MA 01886 Souza. Steven J.. , . . 547 Prospect St., Leominster, MA 01455 Sparages, Evan A.. ..... 5 Luan Cir.. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Spencer, Geoffrey P., 289 Rogers Ave.. W. Springfield. MA 01089 Spencer. John W., 269 Rogers Ave.. W. Springfield, MA 01089 Spinale, Mark A., . . 521 Washington Ave., Chelsea, MA 02150 Spinosa, Joseph M., , . . 19 Mead Rd., Arlington, MA 02174 Sprague, Cheryl L., . . . 74 Buttemut Ln., Methuen, MA 01844 St. Pierre. Raymond J., . 58 Ansie Rd., Chelmsford, MA 01824 St. Jean. Michelle-A.. . , 222 Mammoth Rd., Lowell, MA 01854 St. Amaud, Michael D., . . 109 Lilley Ave., Lowell. MA 01850 St. Germain. Marc J.. . . . 54 Birchmont, Tyngsboro. MA 01879 Stacey. Patricia S.. ..... 27 Spring St., Lexington. MA 02175 Stack. Joseph R., . . . . 155 Fort Hill Ave.. Lowell, MA 01852 Stack. Timothy J.. ...,. . 29 Day St.. Pittsfield, MA 01201 Stahl, Margaret M., .,.. 45 Dascomb Rd., Andover, MA 01810 Stancato. Joseph R.. , , , , 58 Wentworth. Malden. MA 01248 Staniec. Paul A., ....... 4 Nashua Rd., Pelham, NH 05076 Stanieich. Robert E., 9 Orchard Pk. Dr., Reading. MA 01867 Stanley, Eric V., . . . . 44 Tenney Rd., Westford, MA 01886 Stanton, Lawrence E., . . 6 Barbar Cir., Burlington. MA 01805 Starbudt, Sylvia E., . . . 8 Valley View Rd., Pelham. NH 05076 Stark, Patty-Ann, ...... Lambs Grove, Spencer, MA 01562 Stanatt. Paul M., ....... 56 Virginia Terr., Lynn. MA 01904 Stefanov, William L., Minebrook Rd. Box 569, Webster, MA 01570 Stella. Laura A., ..,,... 44 Blease Dr., Tewksbury. MA 01876 Stemme, Nancy M., . 65 Whipple St. F-1, Lowell, MA 01852 Steritl, Louis R., ,... . . . 195 Nesmith St.. Lowell. MA 01852 Stevens, Jonathan R., 8 Charlesmere Rd.. Billerica, MA 01862 Stevens, Julie A., . . . . . 55 Wing Rd.. Pocasset, MA 02559 Stevens, Michael J.. , . . 57 Howard Ave.. Lynntield, MA 01940 Stevens, Susan M.. .... 155 Summer St., Arlington. MA 02174 Stewart, Stephen M., 1 Old Country Rd. Box 711, Westminster. MA 01475 Stone. Douglas F.. ...... 55 Orange St., Reading, MA 01867 Stone, Kevin L., . . . 218 University Ave. 22. Lowell. MA 10850 Strain, Mary B., ,..., , . . 59 High St., Granby. MA 01055 Stratis, Gregory J., . . . 4 Murray Ave., Tewlsbury, MA 01876 Stratton, Diane R., . . . . 5 James Rd., Reading, MA 01867 Street, Michael E., . .,,. 15 Win St., Windham, NH 05087 Streeter, Stephen M., . 17 Hillcrest Rd.. Wakefield, MA 01880 Stuart. Maria A.. . . , . . 458-Parker Rd., Dracut, MA 01826 Stumpf, Mark F.. ...... 56 Old Stage. Chelmsford, MA 01824 Sughrue, Scott H., .... 24 Belvoir Rd., Tewlsbury. MA 01876 Sullivan, Alice C., ,.... 20 Jones Ave., Wilmington, MA 01887 Sullivan, Coleen M., .... . 177 Pike, Tewlcsbury, MA 01876 Sullivan. Laurette M., A'-Af 55 Earl St.. Malden. MA 02148 Sullivan, Margaret C., . 1220 Lawrence St., Lowell. MA 01852 Sullivan, Maureen M., . . 20 Biscayne Dr., Billerica, MA 01821 Sullivan. Michael, . . . . 16 Westminster St., Lowell, MA 01851 Sullivan, Robert F.. . . 9 Hidden Way, Chelmsford, MA 01824 Sullivan, Timothy P., . 14 Crest Ave., Wilmington. MA 01887 Surette, Andree M., .... 20 Southside Ave,, Lynn, MA 01905 Sutter, Bany S.. . . . .... 71 Mill St.. Burlington, MA 01805 Swan, Kathleen E.. Swanbon. Glenn A.. Sweeney, Mark J., Sweeney. Nancy F., Sweet. Paul A.. . Sylvia. Mark D., . Syrnister, Cheryl K.. Szymclk, Becky M.. Tang, Thuy T.. . Taylor. Brian A.. Taylor, Daniel E.. Taylor. Kenneth A., Tea. Song P., . , Temullo, James E., , 10 Rockland Rd.. Aubum , , 71 Elm, Georgetown 29 Worth St., Melrose 11 Notre Dame Rd.. Acton , 5 Benefit. Methuen 96 University Ave. 44. Lowell , 19A James St.. Lowell, . 27 Ralph St.. Lowell, 1170 State Rd., Otter Rlver. 57 Wobum St., Reading. P.O. Box 8466, Lowell. 91 Chandler Rd., Medford. Tssler, Richard P., 8 Maynard Cir., N. Chelmsford. Tetlow, Ill. Tom, 560 Noank Rd., Westmystlc, Thai. Thanh V., 219 Famham St., Lawrence, Theriault. Jeanne M., 5 Fairrneadow, Wilmington, Then'len. Todd A., 172 Nesmith St.. Lowell. Thibodeau. Mary D.. 49 W. Fourth St.. Lowell. Thissell, Catherine T.. 20 Meadowlark Way, Billerica, Thomas, John C,, 5 Peakham Cir., Sudbury, Thomas. Tara J., 169 Aiken Ave. Apt. 5. Lowell. Thompson, David. 268 westford St., Lowell. Thompson. Sue L., 50 Capitol St., Methuen. Thomson, William F.. 48 Linden St.. Reading. Thurston, Kathieann, 115 Parker St.. Lowell. Tlghe, Ellen M., 15 Brentwood Ave., Wilmington. Tlghe, Kathleen A.. 47 Grace St., Lowell, Tilley. Burt S., 60 Bellflower Rd.. Billerica, Tilton, Pamela J.. 45 Grace Dr., Wilmington, Tobin, Eric J.. 40 Village Green Dr.. No. Andover. Tocci. Robert M., 79 Meradow Pond Rd., Leominster. Tomaszewskl. Gregory P., 144 Lovejoy Rd.. Andover. Torabl, Amir M.. . . 66 Shirley Ave,, Lowell. Torode, Carolyn A.. . 104 Elm St., Stoneham. Toroslan, Arek A., 94 Hillside Rd., Watertown. Torrisi. David W., 690 Lowell St.. Lawrence. Tou in, Karen J , 11 Madeline Terr , Tyngsboro Travaglinl, James A.. 22 Frothingham Rd.. Burlington. Travers, F. Scott, . , 9 South Row St., Chelmsford, Travers. Karen A., . 9 South Row St.. Chelmsford. Tremblay. Lynne S., Tretola, Jelfrey M., Truong, Van H., Tsapatsaris, John G.. . Tully. Carol L.. , . 25 Ash St. 35. Lowell. . 55 Greenway Rd.. Salem, . 156 Lake St., Peabody. 62 Pine St., No. Billerica, . , , , 64 Orchard St.. Lowell, Tumas, John J.. 256 Pleasant St., Framingham. Turcotte, Karen M.. 175 Sparks St., Lowell. Turgeon, Gregory A.. 29 Oaklandville Ave., Saugus. Turgeon, Michael P.. 14 Perrin St.. Attleboro, Turmelle. Jeffrey P., 2 Eldridge St., Buzzards Bay. Tyminski, Lynn A.. Tyml. Mark D., . . . 180 H. Main st., rw. Easton, Un, Vanthan, . . . 1909 Middlesex St. 314, Lowell, Underwood, Rebecca M.. 59 Cindeella Cir., Dracut, Unger. Howard J., . ,,.. 157 Saratoga. Lawrence, Unger. Stephen J., 1459 Gorham St. 2nd Fl., Lowell. Valdes. Hector D.. 121 Center St.. Ashbumham. Valli, Jr.. Robert. A.. . . . . . 156 Eliot St.. Ashland, Van Dam. William A., . . . 14 Forbes St.. Westboro, Veilleux, Michele. Vertullo, Linda M.. Wgneault. Marc R., ...... , Villani. Marcel F.. villaras. George B., . Vincent, Adele L., , . 247 Famham St.. Lawrence. , . . 84 Ferry St.. Everett, 9 Mt. Hope St., Lowell, 199 Georgetowne, Hyde Park. 41 Glenmere St., Lowell, 94 Lebanon Hill. Southbridge. Vincent, John E.. 250 Chickerlng RD 32, N. Andover, Vinciguena, Dawn M., 1 Currier Ave., Methuen. Vining, Thomas J.. 652 Washington St. D-2. Braintree. Vivilecchia, John R.. . . 52 School St., Melrose. Vo. Huy D., . . . 246 Brookline St. 31. Cambridge, Vo, Quang D.. 248 Brookline St., Cambridge. Vota. Khoi, . . 25 State St., Lowell, Vrouhas, Maryanne. 200 Pine Hill Rd., Chelmsford. . MA 01501 , MA 01855 . MA 02176 . MA 01720 80 Mlllbury Ave., Mlllbury, . MA 01844 15 Fem Rd., Holbrook, MA 01527 MA 02545 MA 01854 MA 01854 MA 01851 MA 01456 MA 01867 MA 01855 MA 02155 MA 01865 CT 06588 MA 10845 MA 01887 MA 01852 MA 01850 MA 01821 MA 01776 MA 01850 MA 01852 MA 01844 MA 01867 MA 01851 MA 01887 MA 01851 MA 01821 MA 01887 MA 01845 MA 01455 MA 01810 MA 01854 MA 02180 MA 02172 MA 01841 MA 01879 MA 01805 MA 01824 MA 01824 MA 01970 MA 01960 MA 01852 MA 01862 MA 01854 MA 01701 MA 01854 MA 01906 MA 02705 MA 02552 MA 01015 MA 02556 MA 01851 MA 01826 MA 01841 MA 01852 MA 01466 MA 01721 MA 01581 MA 01845 MA 02149 MA 01854 MA 02156 MA 01852 MA 01550 MA 01845 MA 01844 MA 02184 MA 02176 MA 02159 MA 02159 MA 01852 MA 01824 Wachtmann, Bruce K.. 58 Wachusett Dr., Lexington. Wagner. Diane M.. 17 Gershom Ave,, Lowell, Wahlstrom. William S., 2 Library St., Bemardston. waitkevich, Stephen A., 15 Lincoln Rd., Norfolk, Walker, Barbara J.. 1 State St.. Wilmington. Walker, Paul S.. 286 Fletcher St.. Lowell. Walsh, Christopher, 461 E. 6th St.. Boston. Walsh. Leo J.. Walsh, Michael E., Walsh, William J., Walters, Allen R.. Wannie, Adam H.. Ward. Michael F.. , wasik, Cynthia A.. Way. Ronald M., 2 Baker St., Wilmington, 114 Winthrop St., Medway. 1 Evergreen Rd.. Stoneham. 575 A Westford Rd.. Tyngsboro. 129 Willow Run Dr., Centerville, 25 Ohlson Cir., Medway. 118 Bellevue St,, Lowell, 69 Old Main Rd.. No. Falmouth. Webb, Mark A.. 20 Pheasant Hill Rd.. W. Boylston. Webber, Michael A., 29 Carriage Dr.. Chelmsford. Weber. Christian K.. 71 Penneybrook Rd., Lynn. Weibolt, Scott A.. 224 S, Sherwood, Thiefers Falls. Weldkunas. John V., 18 Northbrook Cir.. Milford. Weldl, Bradford R., 45 Coldspring Rd., Wesford. Welch, John R., 9 Catherwood, Tewksbury, Wenzel, Lisa A.. 15 Ridge Rd., Marlboro. Wescott, Darcie Z., 70 Berkley St., Waltham, Wessel, William C.. 11 Garrison Dr., Bedford, Westerman, Karen A., 50 Revere St.. Malden, Whipple, Stephen B., 595 Home St., Methuen. White, John J,, . 125 E. Main St., Middleboro. White, John L., 21 W. Jenness St.. Lowell White. Wendy J., . 15 Blueberry Hill Rd., Wobum. Whlteway. Jr. Grant H., 17 Parker St., Billerica, Whitney, Susan J., . 10 Princeton Rd.. Burlington, Widing. Laurie A., 124 Scenic Dr., Leominster. Wiita, Robert L.. 1266 Vamum Ave. '25, Lowell. Willcutt. Scott M., 51 Scantic Rd.. Hampden. Williamson. Donald S., 54 Longfellow Rd,, Worcester Willis. Susan A.. 124 Ledgewood Rd., Dedham, Wilson. James A., 5 Tewksbury St.. Lexington, Wilson, James D.. . . 7 Berry St.. Billerica, Wilson. Richard F.. 29 Hall St., Haverhill, Wilson. Thomas A.. . 40 Lamoille Ave., Haverhill. Wilson, Thomas M., 5 Overlook Ave.. Beverly. Winsmann, Fred M.. Winward, Jeffrey J., Wise. Kenneth A.. Witkus. Stephen C., Witzgall. Susan K.. Wolf. Ira D., Wolfgang, Joseph, Wolnik, Donna M., 24 Wesson Rd.. Ashland. 97 Bumham Rd.. Lowell. . , 2 Lori Ct., Pittsiield, 290 Maple St., W. Boylston. 25 Sargent St., No. Andover, 225 Blackbrook Dr.. Lowell. 145 P.O. Sq. 46205, Lowell, 25 Brian Rd.. Chelmsford. Wong, Sophia B., . 1225 Pawtucket Blvd.. Lowell, Wood. Christopher, . 908 Main St., Leominster. Wood. Dana M.. . 28 Budleigh Ave., Beverly, Wood. Paul A.. . . . 1.5 Putney Cir.. Billerica, Woodman. Michael F., 51 Kathleen Rd.. Brockton. Woods, James E., 145 PO Square ffA2211. Lowell, Wooster, Kimberly J.. Worob. Christopher. Worthington, Peter S.. wright, Norman C.. Young, James H.. Young. Margaret M.. Zabroski. Jean M.. Zafiriadis. Marla, Zannino. Debra E.. Zanoni, Michael 5.. Zeboski, Mark A.. . Zemgals, Karl G.. Zorzonello, Peter A., Zsofka. Peter L.. . , 152 Forest St.. Reading, 15 Oxbow Ln., Burlington. 179 Ennell St., Lowell. . 599 Davis Rd.. Bedford, . 70 Bow St., Wobum. . 70 Bow St., Wobum, . 7 Endicott St., Beverly. , 67 Wagon Wheel Rd.. Dracut, . 275 Main St.. Saugus, . 40 Cushing St.. Ashbumham. , 4 Dunham Rd., Framingham, . 25 Sylvan Rd., Billeritz. . . 92 Glenway Ave,, Peabody, , . 51 Profile Dr., Merrimack. 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In fact, everything we do is part of this experience: one that we can never forget. It is a time of growing up and expanding our horizons, of setting goals and finding the means to reach them. The graduating class of 1987 has reached one of these goals . . . we have made it! It is both scary and 1 relaxing. For some, it is now time to enter into the "real world" and begin families of our own. For oth- ers, it is on to graduate school where we can contin- ue in the safe and secure environment of school. If nothing else, college is a time to determine who we are and what we want to do. We have all changed so much since out freshman year. We entered into a totally new environment and had to leam much about responsibility. There was no longer someone watching over us and telling us what to do. We were now responsible for ourselves. Through the help of friends we made it to those early moming classes after late nights of partying. ln the future when we look back on our years at U. Lowell, we will realize that the bad times were not as bad as they seemed when they were happening and we will appreciate just how good the good times were. In closing, as we say goodbye to the University, to our friends and professors, let us not forget our College Experiences . . . these past four years have been the best: Good luck to all in your future endeavors, whatever they may be. We have made it this far, leamed to overcome any ob- stacles, and there is no reason why we cannot reach all of our goals, however high they may be. Once again, Crood Luck and Congratulations! ' Q ..,',4 Zwjbwm Timothy J. Cameron Editor-in-Chief 295 96 Stephanie Beland John M. Bibeau Tim Cameron Denise Anderson M. Virginia Biggy Stephanie Burke Editor-in-Chief Timothy J. Cameron Photography Editors James Lavallee Dave Zeoli Sports Editor Hora J. 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