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PREFACE 

Alot of time, energy and care went into putting together the Curry College Yearbook 1984 
- "FOCUS". Before you are quick with judgement and criticism, really go through this 
book very thoroughly. The purpose of "FOCUS" is to represent as many different aspects 
of our little society as possible, but this can't be achieved until more individuals get 
INVOLVED! Heaven knows how I have tried to motivate people and get them working 
in a positive way, I guess life just isn't that simple. 

Constructive criticism is great if it just that and nothing more. No single book is ever 
going to please everyone but I'd say there is a large difference between this one and the 
book published my freshman year. If after looking carefully through "FOCUS" several 
times and you still find that there aren't any photos of yourself, then I apologize; but 
exactly what did you do to contribute? 

My intent is not to be negative - just realistic; 216 pages just don't happen to fall together. 
Individuals have to be dedicated and really care enough about their work to make it 
happen. That is why I feel the Co- Editors of the 1984 Yearbook (Doug Richardson and 
Stewart Huey with assistant from Logan Dubell) are capable of organizing a quality 
publication; they care! 

Alot has happened this past year. We've known some people who have come into our 
lives and others that have taken different paths but we all knew each other because of a 
common denominator: CURRY. I just ask that when you are enjoying the special memo- 
ries saved in this book try to think of all the changes time has caused to both the people 
and the campus of CURRY COLLEGE - a place we've all called home for the past four 
years. 

FOCUS your sights toward a goal, 
FOCUS your spirit tow^ard a dream, 
Find a direction special to you. 
No matter the challenge it may bring! 

Margaret A. McClung 
EDITOR - 1984 





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CONTENTS PAGE 

DEDICATION 3 

LOOK AND SEE 4 

SENIORS 11 

SENIOR WEEK AND GRADUATION 53 

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 73 

VARSITY SPORTS 85 

EVENTS 115 

CANDIDS 147 

FACULTY AND STAFF 187 

ADVERTISING 205 

EDITOR'S NOTE 216 



DEDICATION 




In recognition of your 15 years of caring and support; 
this Curry College Yearbook is dedicated with love to 
you-MRS. DOROTHY C. MORAN. Your spirit will 
continue to enliven us here at Curry. May you find 
happiness in your future! 

All Our Best Wishes, 
The 1984 Yearbook Staff 




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a single moment 

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we were 

there so short a time 

in a brief existence, 

for that's all that remains 

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Allegra Akullian Psychology 



Art Annis 



Jeffery S. Appel Management 
President-Sr. year, Spring Break 
Nassau 






Miriam Aroesty 

Elementary Education 



Lauren C. Austin English Literature 
Now that we know all this let us qui- 
etly say goodbye. Charles Bukowski 



Adrienne M. Baggett Nursing 
Love all, trust a few, do wrong to no 
one. Good friends last forever, thanks 
for everything! 




Gregory Bailey 

Business Management 



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Nyemade Baker Psychology 
Mom. Dad, Grand, I owe my life, for 
you gave me yours, thanks." Leonard 
thanks for your love. Regina and 
Shirbv thanks. 



Peter E. Balcanoff 

Great Cape e.scape. Blue Hills, wor- 
kout plus, bemg weird laughs with 
MFL, special thanks to J. A., I love 
you Mom and Dad. 



William Scott Baldwin Management 






Janet Balkin Nursing 



Janet Elaine Berez Communication 
Curry has been a special place and I 
will never forget the good memories 
or the beautiful people that I met 
along the way. 



Steven F. Binder Communication/ 

Management 
Thanks to my family for guidance, 
support and love. I love K, D, E, M, S, 

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John F. Bovle III Communication/ 

English 
Always keep life from getting too se- 
rious. 




Susan Barlow Brock Social Work/ 

Psychology 
Man ultimately decides for himself! 
And in the end, education must be 
education toward the ability to de- 
cide. Viktor Prankl 



Steve A. Bryant 






Thomas Brennan Management 




Lisa Cannata MHS 




David S. Cohen Fine Arts 



Randolph Carlson Management 



Kieran Gerard Clarke Business 
Management 





David Cook Management 



Christine Coppinger Nursing 



Harold W. Covert Communication 
You grow up the day you have the 
first real laugh at yourself. -Ethel 
Barrymore 






Anne Marie Cunningham Education 
Mom-n-Dad thanks, your the best. To 
the people who count it's been a great 
four years, thanks for the memories. 
Bible reading. 



Canby Dautel Jr. Communication 



Faith Decker Psychology 




Daniel Deutsch Business 
Management 







James N. Dimonekas Business 

Management 
I love and thank you both, mom and 
dad. CD SM JO ET SH SB DK thanks 
for the good times NOV 17 '82 To HL 
atoyaly enjoy. JND 



Ann Duchard Nursing 



Elissa Dunst Elementary Education, 

M.S.N. 
V'^hat a time it was, full of innocence 
& confidence. 






Laurie Dymsza Fine Arts 



Bart Edelstein Business Management 



Laurie Feit Communication 




Kathleen M. Frates Nursing 
Mom and Dad, without you I wouldn't 
have made it. I LOVE "YOU! 






Audrey Lynn Gehr Nursing 
Thanks mom and dad! Good luck 
Paul, only 3 more years enjoy! Love 
to those special friends who helped 
me through it all! 




Andrew Gilbert Management 



Laura B. Grant Nursing/psychology 
To live your life in your own way, to 
reach for the goals you have set for 
yourself, to be the you that you want 
to be, that is success. -Anonymous 



Christine Gregory Social Work 









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Business Administration 



Jean J. Harris Communication 
Each mdividual born in these Ameri- 
can cities should be born with those 
things that are necessary for surviv- 
al. 



Monica Hebard Nursing 






Lousie M. Herdman English 
This thou perceivest, which makes 
thy love more strong To love that 
well which thou must leave ere long. 
William Shakespeare 



Forrest Herreid Management 



Cynthia Hllyard Chemistry 




Susan Hoffenberg Nursing 



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David G. Hutchinson Communication 
Then as it was. Then again it will be 
Though their course may change 
sometime. Rivers always reach the 
sea. J. Page/R. Plant 



Carrie Ann Isaacs Psychology 
Thanks mom and big brother. AG JM 
AC -Love you guys! 



Linda M. Johnson Psychology 
Don't let it be forgot, that once there 
was a spot, for one brief shining mo- 
ment that was known as camelot. 
J.F.K. 






David Kenneson Physics 
Thought is the property of him who 
can entertain it. and of him who can 
adequately place it. 



Annette Klein Management 
Living is growing, growing is people, 
people is sharing, sharing is giving, 
giving is caring and hving. Take care 
All. 



Victor Knize English 





Elisa Kritciiman 

Pre-school Elementary Education 
"We can dance if we want to . , 




Tracy Kugelman Political/Historical 

Studies 
If humanity does not opt for inter- 
grity. we are through completely. 
Each one of us could make a differ- 
ence. Buckminister Fuller 



Joanne La Rosa Special/Elementary 
Education 



Craig Larson Communication 






Deborah S. Lehr Physics 
College IS the time to learn, exper- 
ience and find your own person. 



Lorraine E. Lincoln Nursing 
I'll always remember my special 
friends, that stuck it out with me. 
Thanks PY AB MP 



Dean Magliozzi Communications 






James Manuel Communication 
RADICAL RADIO 



Dina Margold Education 
Isn't Fun the best thing to have. 



Luanne Marrino Communication 
Thank you Mom and Dad for your 
support. 





James Martin Jr. Political/Historical 
Studies 




Margaret "MANGO" McClung 

Fine- Arts 
'"cause rainbows have nothing to 
hide." J. Collins 



Jean McManus Nursing 



Robert Miller Management 






Susan Miski Nursing/psychology 
When you're with someone you "trust 
in, never needing to pretend, you 
know you're with a friend. 



Alexander Nadler Psychology 



Jack O'Connor Management 




James "CHIP" O'Leary Management 
80-84 and no more: statman, grandpa, 
gumbo, greek and all the boys: AA's 
hoop MEFA Thanks guys you are the 
best. May 20th BYE CURRY. 




Deena Parisi Nursmg 




Stacy Parker Social Work 




Laura Pedersen Communication/ 

management 





Steven W. Rapp 

Business Management 



Michael Reardon Political/Historical 
Studies 



Patricia Ann Reed Nursing 
Patty . , . If you truly want something 
in life, you must give it all the effort 
you can muster to achieve it. 






Eric J. Reiner 

Broadcast Management 
Main House, Freshman Year. Curry 
Parties, Blue Hills, and everything 
else. You're my memories!! 



Deborah Judith Rennie 

Sociology 



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Elisabeth J. Rosen 

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Management 





Randall J. Samost Communication 
It's a wise man who rules the stars 
and a fool who's ruled by them 
Cosmic Muffin 




Susan Baranick Santello Nursmg 



Harry A. Shapiro English 



Joel I. Silverman Biology 





Susan Silverman 

Elementary Education 




THIS HOTEL OFFERS GUESTS 
PURR-FECT COMPANIONS 



James Stafford 

Business Management 
Senior Class V.P. I have made excel- 
lent friends, had great times; both I 
will always remember! Thanks Curry 






Shirby Stewart Sociology 



Christopher Swenson Psychology 
If I had to so it over. I'd rather kill 
myself. If it feels good; you must be 
guilty of something. Rumplesnitz 



Janet Tedeschi Business Management 






Edward Thurber Psychology 



Kenneth Titlebaum Political/Histori- 
cal Studies 

You're kidding? The paper was due 

when?! 



Winslow W. Townson 

Communications 
Special thanks for all the good times 
to Dee, Janet, Canby, Greek, Chris, 
Margaret, Rox, Bruce, Alan, Nick, 
Tom and Briggsy! 






Guy M. Tuvin Management 
"One can make a difference, every 
man should try." J.F.K. 



Denise Upright Nursing 



Teresa Upright Management 




Kenneth Bruce Wagner Psychology 
Without friends you really don't have 
too much. I was very fortunate to 
meet the people I did over the past 
four years. Thanks! 






Richard Wetterberg Business 



Christopher Whalen 

Communication 




Stanford T. Williams, Jr. Political 

Science 
I love you Jeanine, Mom and Dad 
and I thank you. I have a dream 
... M. L. K. Mr. & Mrs. Poo 





Bradley Wolfe Communication 



Pamela P. Yetman Nursing 
May our friendship last forever. I 
couldn't have done it without you. 
Thanks for it all! LL AB MP 




Kathleen M. Donovan 

Management 



Randi M. Barroll Psychology 
Special thanks and love to my 
family and Glen. Best of luck to 
my Camp Curry friends! 





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Patricia Tonsberg Psychology/Nursing 
Dare to be what you dream. 
You are a soul and have a body. S.S. Curry 

Dan MacDonald Sociology/psychology 



Ann M. Trudel Nursing 

Thank you Mom, IDad and Neal- I love you! 



Kelly A. Smith Communication 






A time to learn together . . 
Care for each other 
Work towards a common goal 
Accepting the outcome; be it victory 
or defeat! 






Take time to grow 
Take time to achieve 
Take time to become 
and time to believe 










A wall of windows 
Ignited by the sun 
Burns in one column 
Of fire on the lake 
Night follows day 
As embers break. 
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Like water running in a gutter 
Through an alley to nowhere, 
Without beginning or the 
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SENIOR 

CLASS 

GIFT 



Jim Stafford, senior class Vice-Presi- 
dent, presents the class gift to the Curry 
Community. Now when the chimes ring 
over the quadrangle, look atop the library 
and you will see a new tower clock. Remind 
yourself when you are in a hurry or wish 
the minutes away, that time slips by us 
quicker than we ever anticipate. Enjoy 
each day as if it is the best in your life, 
Because it really is. 




SENIOR WEEK & 
GRADUATION 







Annis, Arthur 857 Hillside Ave Mountainside, NJ. 07092 

Appel, Jeff 199 E. Foxboro St. Sharon, Ma. 02067 

Aroesty, Miriam 1647 Buckingham Rd. Teaneck, NJ. 07666 

Aykanian, David 733 Salem End Rd. Framingham, Ma 01701 

Ayles. Sandra 140 Summit Ave. Quincy, Ma. 02170 

Baggett, Adrienne 29 Trainor Dr. Braintree, Ma. 02184 

Baker, Nyemade 150-38 Union T'pike #llp Flushing, NY. 11367 

Baldwin, Bill 40 Twin Oak Dr. Short Hills, NJ. 07078 

Balkan, Janet 92 Perham St. W. Roxbury, MA. 02132 

Barkowski, Deborah 139 Fulton St. Boston, MA. 02109 

BarroU, Randi 40 Niles Rd. Randolph, MA. 02368 

Bernier, Paul 22 Cherry Hill Terr. Waterville, ME. 04091 

Binder, Steve 15 Innes Rd. Scarsdale, NY. 10583 

Blatnik, Thomas 4863 N. 35th Rd. Arlington, VA. 22207 

Bleakley, Pam 44 Winthrop Dr. Peakskill, NY. 10566 

Bonanno, Bill 268 Seaver St. Stoughton, MA. 02072 

Boyle, John 15 Taft Ave. W. Newton, MA. 02165 

Braun, Alfred 314 Safford St. Wollaston, MA. 02170 

Brennan, Tom 133 Ryder Way Murry Hill, NJ. 07974 

Britt, Dave 25 Hillerest Rd. Medfield, MA. 02052 

Bryan, Ann 132 Thacher St. Milton, MA. 02186 

Bryant, Steve 170 Wessex St. Lynnfield, MA. 01940 

Bulman, Leslie 289 Hamilton Rd. Chappaqua, NY. 10514 

Caggiula, Donna 24 Stivaletta Dr. Dedham, MA. 02026 

Campos, Jeff 04 Farmer Rd. Milton, MA. 02186 

Cannata, Lisa 25 Fairway Ln. Foxboro, MA. 02035 

Cauteruccio, Rosamaria 166 Woodley Ave. W. Roxbury, MA. 02132 

Cifuni, Elizabeth 174 Pint St. #10 Holbrook, MA. 02343 

Clarke, Reran 10 Dunlap Dr. Parlin, NJ. 08859 

Cohen, Dave 105 Captains Rd. N. Woodmere, NY. 11581 

Colman, Stephen 75 Arnold Rd. N. Quincy, MA. 02171 

Coppinger, Chris 123 Wolverine St. Staten Is., NY. !)#)c 

Dautel, Canby 10 Roberta Dr. S. Dartmouth, MA. 02748 

Decker, Faith 200 W. 20th St. NY., NY. 10011 

Dimonekas, James 11 Robbins Rd. Pleasant-ville NY. 10570 

Doctorow, Jon 80 Standish Dr. Scarsdale, NY. 10583 

Dooley, Corinne 79 Skyline Dr. #6 Braintree, MA. 02184 

Dulchard, Anne 96 Wood Ave. Hyde Park, MA. 02136 

Dunst, Elissa 20 Willowbrook Ln. Freeport. NY. 11520 

Dymza, Laurie 28 Peter Bulkeley Rd. Concord, MA. 01742 

Edelstein, Bart 92 Fairview Ave. W. Orange, NJ. 07052 

Edwards, Irene 8 Holborn St. Milton, MA. 02186 

Emery, Judith 195 N. Truro St. Hull, MA. 02045 






Evans, Faithe 121 Evans St. Boston, MA. 02124 
Feit, Laurie 115 E. 87th St. NY., NY. 10028 
Fong, Kristina 36 Aberdeen St. Newton, MA. 02161 
Frates, Kathy 63 Amherst Rd. Beverly, MA. 01915 
Gehr, Audrey 17 Kinsman Lane Topsfield, MA. 01983 
Gilbert, Andy 1245 Fairfield Rd. Glencoe, IL. 60022 
Goldstein, Robert 11 Grenwold Rd. Quincy, MA. 02169 
Gonzalez, Ana 266 Chestnut Hill Ave. #6 Brighton, MA. 02134 
Grant, Laura 59 School St. Tilton, NH. 03276 ^ 

Green, Claire 45 Savannah Ave. Mattapan, MA. 02126 
Gregorie, Chris 39 Tower Hill Rd.-18d Osterville, MA. 02655 
Hannon, Thomas 45 Forbes Hill Rd. Quincy, MA. 02170 
Hardy, Caroline, 24 Damon Rd. Scituate, MA. 02066 
Hebard, Monica 23 Buckingham Rd. Milton, MA. 02186 
Herdman, Louise 2113 Knollwood Dr. Middletown, NJ. 07748 
Herreid, Forrest 48 Ridgewood Rd. Concord, MA. 01742 
Hickey, Eileen 28 Old Colony Ave. Quincy, MA. 02170 
Hills, Helen 522 Pond St. Braintree, MA. 02184 
Hilyard, Cindy 60 Barouche Dr. Marshfield, MA. 02050 
Hoffenberg, Susan 20 Sleepy Hollow Rd. Newington, CT. 06111 
Homberger^ Edwardo 8939 150 St. S.W. Miami, FL. 33196 
Hughes, Daniel 201 Corbet Rd. Stoughton, MA. 02072 
Hutchinson, David 15 Pendelton Rd. Sudbury, MA. 01776 
Issacs, Carrie 953 W. Boston Post Rd. Mamaroneck, NY 10543 
Jenks, Philip Brintons Bridge Rd. Chadds Ford, PA. 19317 
Johnson, Linda 66 Elizabeth St. Stoughton, MA. 02072 
Kavet, Suzanne 30 Ames Ave. Lexington, MA. 02173 
Kenneson, David 363 Main St. Acton, MA. 01720 
Kessler, Diane 232 Walpole St. Canton, MA. 02021 
King, Allison PO Box 1401 St. Thomas, VI. 00801 
King, Charles 309 Pleasant St. Milton, MA. 02186 
Klein, Annette 10 Halls Brook Way Duxbury, MA. 02332 
Knize, Victor 34 Red Coach Ln. Locust, NJ. 07760 
Kritchman, Elisa 25 Belvoir Rd. Milton, MA. 02186 
Kugleman, Tracy 37 Old Farm Rs. Old Tappan, NJ. 07675 
La Rosa, Joanne 10 Foundry Ave. Waltham, MA. 02154 
Landers, Susan 35 Schlager Ave. #7 Quincy, MA. 02169 
Larson, Craig 36 Westwood Dr. W. Springfield, MA. 01089 
Lehr, Deborah 34 Fisher Place Trenton, NJ. 08618 
Levine, Neil 197 Slater Ave. Providence, RI. 02906 
Lewis, Lisa 40 Hampton Rd. Sharon. MA. 02067 
Lincoln, Lorraine 101 Hobart St. Hingham, MA. 02043 
Mackiewicz, Susan 274 Reed St. Hanson MA. 02341 




Maider, Margaret 129 Faraday St St. Hyde Park, MA. 02136 

Manger, John 116 River St. Mattapan, MA. 02126 

Manuel, James 110 Pine Hill Rd. Thomaston, CT. 06787 

Marini, Michelle 102 Spring Ln. Canton, MA. 02021 

Marrino. Luanne 11 Laurel Dr. Millbury, MA. 01527 

Martin, James 27 Water St. Sandwich, MA. 02563 

Martin, Timothy 525 Manhasset Woods Rd. Manhasset, NY. 11030 

McClung, Margaret 64 Fuller Ave. Swampscott, MA. 01907 

McGann, Lisa Box #2366 Ocean Bluff Marshfield, MA. 02050 

McManus, Jeanne 18 Richard St. Foxborough, MA. 02035 

Melikian, Deborah 61 Cooke St. Providence, RI. 02906 

Merenda, Nancy 254 Dillingham Way Hanover, MA. 02339 

Merrill, Margaret 139 Kittredge St. Boston, MA. 02131 

Miller, Robert 65 Miller St. Quincy, MA. 02169 

Miski, Susan 30 Karen St. Fairfield, CT. 06430 

Mooney, Bill 1236 Ipswick Dr. Wilmington, DE. 19808 

Murphy, Jane 500 Sherman St. Canton, MA. 02021 
Murphy, Judith 8 Young Terr. Randolph, MA. 02368 
Murphy, Sheila 500 Sherman St. Canton, MA. 02021 
Nadler, Sandy 7 Iroquois Tr. Harrison, NY. 10528 
O Connor, John 2373 Centre St. W. Roxbury, MA. 02132 
O Gara, Rayne 49 Highfield Rd. Quincy, MA. 02169 
O Leary, James 81 Woods Rd. Medford, MA. 02155 
Olingy, Jane 18 Brewster Hill Rd. Setarket, NY. 11733 
Pakkala, Karen 281 Main St. Hanson, MA. 02341 
Parisi, Deena 7 Crawford Terr. Riverside, CT. 06878 
Parker, Barry 76 Tower Hill Dr. Hanover, MA. 02339 
Parker, Stacy 67 Annawamscutt Rd. Barrington, RI. 02806 
Parks, Gail 344 Pleasant St. Milton, MA. 02186 
Parnell, Sandra 14 Howland Dorchester, MA. 02121 
Pederson, Laura 212 Oliver St. Maiden, MA. 02148 
Pelletier, Linda 1029 Washington St. Walpole, MA. 02108 
Perry, Susan 24 Pond View Rd. Canton, MA. 02021 
Philipon, Greg 61 Old County Rd. Hingham, MA. 02043 
Powell, Yvonne 54 Crestwood Park Boston, MA. 02121 
Powers, Michelle 91 Prospect St. Canton, MA. 02021 
Quagliozzi, Elaine 209 Tribou St. Brockton, MA. 02401 
Rapp, Steve 4306 Fayette Rd. New London, OH. 44851 
Reardon, Michael 106 Channing Rd. Watertown, MA. 2172 
Reed, Patricia 38 Frencroft Rd. Milton, MA. 02186 
Reiner, Eric 55 DonnyBrook Rd. Scarsdale, NY. 10583 
Rennie, Deborah 47 Highland St. Norwood, MA. 02062 
Roche, Louise 31 Turner St. Dedham, MA. 02026 



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Rooney, Beth 22 Hamilton St. Quincy, MA. 02170 
Rosen, Elisabeth 56 Lynn Rd. Brockton, MA. 02402 
Roumbakis, Michael 9 Gerald Ave. Randolph, MA. 02368 
Samost, Randall 4 Sheldon Ave. Marblehead, MA. 09145 
Santello, Susan 5 Valley Rd. Dover, MA. 02030 
Seamans, Jill 12 Bailey St. #8 Dorchester, MA. 02124 
Sementini, Julie 195 Eden Rd. Stamford, CT. 06907 
Shapiro, Harry 276 N. Bay St. Manchester, NH. 03104 
Signorine, Lori 35 Braintree Ave. Brockton, MA. 02402 
Silverman, Susan 400 Paradise Rd. London p2 Swampscott, MA. 
Singer, Nancy 412 Morris Ave. #24 Summit, NJ. 07901 
Smith, Kelly 65 Woodside Ave. Leominster, MA. 01453 
Smith, Sonya 82 Woodhaven St. Mattapan, MA. 02126 
Stafford, James Echo Glen Gates Mills, OH. 44040 
Stetson, Dana 70 Elgin Rd. Newton Centre, MA. 02159 
Stewart, Shirby 46 Willowdale Ave. Montclair, NJ. 07042 
Swenson, Chris 12 Newhall St. Corchester, MA. 02122 
Tedeschi, Janet 62 S. Olmstead Ln. Ridgefield, CT. 06877 
Thurber, Edward 108 Birch Rd. Briarcliff Manor, NY. 10510 
Tierney, Candace 289 River St. Braintree, MA. 02184 
Titlebaum, Kenneth 94 Rosemary St. Brockton, MA. 02402 
Tonsberg, Patricia 19 Church St. Hyde Park, MA. 02136 
Townson, Winslow 99 Old Mill Rd. Rochester, NY. 14618 
Tutty, Greg 112 Evans St. N. Weymouth, MA. 02192 
Tuvin, Guy 3112 Hatton Rd. Baltimore, MD. 21208 
Upright, Denise 25 Westgate Rd. Chestnut Hill, MA. 02167 
Upright, Teresa 25 Westgate Rd. Chestnut Hill, MA. 02167 
Wagner, Kenneth 66 Entrance, Rd. Roslyn, NY. 11577 
Wallace, Ann 24 Savin Hill St. Canton, MA. 02021 
Ward, Miriam 23 Farmcrest Ave. Lexington, MA. 02173 
Waters, Shirley 9 Simmons Rd. Hingham, MA. 02043 
Weekman. Vern Minuteman Ln. Sudbury, MA. 01776 
Weir, Jane South St. Kingston, MA. 02364 
Wetterberg, Richard 38 Dracut St. Dorchester, MA. 02124 
Whalen, Chris 34 Great Rd. Maynard, MA. 01754 
White, Donna 388 Winter St. Brockton, MA. 02402 
White, Paul 2181 Sheraton Rd. Trenton, MI. 48183 
Williams, Stanford 744 Carroll Place Teaneck, NJ. 07666 
Yetman, Pamela 45 Smith Rd. Hingham, MA. 02043 
Pileeki, James 7 River Bank Rd. Maynard, MA. 01754 
Lewis, Bobbie 168 High St. Randolph, MA. 02368 
Shea, John 71 Banong Dr. Ossinina, NY. 10562 





Senior Week started with a formal reception at the President House. 





MY - MY - MY How different everyone loolcs and may I add how splendid! 







when our mouths water for your delicious baked goods we will truely miss you Peter Dacko; The Best Baker Curry ever had!! Our Best 
Wishes for your future endeavors. 









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Everyone Danced The 
Night Away At Lipstick, 
Narcissus and Celebra- 







MEMORIES NEVER DIE, 
THEY JUST FADE AWAY 
LIKE YOU AND I. 







As We patiently listened, the 
past four year years seemed to 
fly by. It was all too near as 
Rehersal and Brunch was 
winding Senior Week to a 
close. How could this be? Some 
how it did not feel quite real. 
We were Graduating the next 
day and it felt like any other 
day. Maybe when the fall 
comes and the leaves change, so 
will our lives and patterns that 
we have lived. Maybe, just 
maybe then we can truely ac- 
cept GRADUATION!!!!!! 





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Guest Speaker E.L. Doctorow 





Class Validictorians: Elisa Kritchman, Margaret Merrill 



Class Speaker Elissa Dunst 




"New Era" Award 
Paul Bernier 







The Pomp and Circumstance of Graduation Day May 20th 1984! 









YEAY HORRAAYY FOR GRADUATION DAY!!!!!!! 




A NEW BEGINNING FOR A NEW FU- 
TURE YYEEEAAAAAYY HOORR- 
RAAAAAYYYYY!!!!! 





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CLUB AND 
ORGANIZATIONS 



CCNA - Debbie Bartowski 
C.P.C. - Bart Edelstein 
Yearbook - Margaret McClung 
Currier-Times - Louise Herdtnan 

Coralee Eddy-Random 
Hillel - Randy Samost 
Strategic Games Club - Jorgen Fagerquist 
International Students Club - Jeffery Campos 

Katherine Willet 
Science Club - 'Pat' Fabian 
Black Student Union - Shirby Stewart 
Class of '84 - Jeff Appel 
Class of '83 - David Paul 
Class of '86 - Paul Moran 
Class of '87 - Sammy Rosenburg 
Program Board - Bruce Metzendorf 
Alcohol Board - Jon Doctorow 
Communter Council - Karen Carter 
Residence Hall Program Council - Alison Frisbee 
S.G.S. - Tim Cronin 
Quad Council - Tony Nowak 






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L to R - Bethann Grabelsky, David Ezickson (Advisor), Steve Elias, Rich 
Eisenberg, Larry Keyser, Randy Samost (President). 



SCIENCE CLUB 



L to R - Jerry Touger, Eleanor Wilder, Yvonne Nel- 
son, Chuck Towle, Deb Lehr, Lydia Maxwell, Jorgen 
Fagerquist, Arlene 'Pat' Fabian (President). 





INTERNATIONAL 
STUDENTS CLUB 

Row 1 L to R - Khalil Al-Rashid, Jeff Campos, Isaac Sallasie, Tony Sallasie. Row 2 L to R - Sunil Sherring, 
Marjan Khalitchi, Gladys Martinez, Albert Sherring, Shawn McCarroll, Judy Roberts, Neville Solomon. 




L to R - Lydia Maxwell, Steve Gallagher, Donna Gramm, Yvonne Powell. 






Club Curry finally got it's feet off the ground in 1984. Andy Gilbert and his staff of 
supervisors, bartenders and bouncers worked long evenings so that the Curry Com- 
munity could have a place for fun and games. 




1983-1984 STAFF 

Row 1 L to R - Steve Becker, Bruce Rheinheckel. Row 2 L to R - Wendy Welch, Lea Gershenberg, Susan 
Kimmalman, Cathy Garick, Elizabeth Theisen, Eric Steinkrauss, Reese Beaton, Jim Graham, Mike 
Wolfenson, Gordon 'HUTCH' Hutchinson, Mike Blau. Row 3 L to R - Peter Hall, Mike Praver, Lynn 
VanLoan, John Ingrumd, Tim 'MOTTS' Martin, Andy Gilbert (President), Jeff Mancini, Steve Scanlon. 



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Parker McDonald (singer/songwriter) helped introduce the new club to Curry. His opening 
nite performance was spirited and everyone was singing, even Lee! 



Elizabeth faithfully checks the tick- 
et box as she did all year. 





All the hard work has paid off, the 
club is a success. Thankyou Andy 
for your determination to open the 
"PUB"! 



Tickets and Drinks aren't the only addition to the new Curry Club; there is an 
Electric Hockey Game with Crowd Noise; a Pin Ball Machine; an Updated Juke Box; 
and the ever favorite Ping Pong Table with Paddles and Ball. 




1983-1984 CURRIER 
TIMES STAFF 

Row 1 L to R - Randy Samost, Louise Herdnian (Editor). Row 2 L to R - Tim Evans (Advisor), Nancy Hawley, 
Dee Rosen, Miriam Buttrick, Bethann Grabelsky, Jim Martin Jr., Christina Adams, Mike Travaglini. Row 3 L to 
R - Paul Clerici, Craig Larson, Bill Mooney, Peter Laitin, Bill Johns Jr., Jon Weiner. Not Pictured - Coralee 
Eddy-Random. 




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ESSENTIAL SKILLS CENTER 

SANFORD KAYE (DIRECTOR) 

The Center's Workshops focus on the whole range of study skills which enable our students to 
make the most of their education. Offering workshops such as "Objective and Essay Exam 
writing", "Textbook Reading", "Using a Home Computer", and "Writing Resumes, Applications 
and Cover Letters" have all greatly helped students improve their skills. The Peer Tutoring 
program continues to expand, with a substantia] increase in out-reach tutoring, outside the 
center. The Center looks forward to utilizing word processing programs in spelling, grammar, 
and typing, once we have established a computer as an intergral part of writing tutoring. Many of 
the problems Curry students encounter in writing, revising, and typing papers can be addressed 
in a fresh way through the use of computers, and the Center has high hopes for some real 
breakthroughs in these areas in the future! 

A Welcome Address eta// 
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The Scoop on the Loop p^ Invitation From SGA 

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Editor: 

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Faculty Advisor: 

Timothy Evans 
Copy Editor 

Randy Samost 
Photography Editor: 
Sumner Mead 
Ad Editor: 

Jim Manuel 

Business Editor: 

Dee Rosen 
Art Editor 

Christina Adams 
Entertainment Editor : 

Paul Clerici 
Sports Editor: 

Craig Larson 
Staff Writers: 

Danielle Becwith 

Bill Johns, Jr. 

Peter Laitin 

Jim Martin 

Mark Pacheco 

Karen Provident! 

MikeTravaaglini 

Jonathan Weiner 



The CURRIER-TIMES is a student-run 
publication. Its goal is to provide information 
and a consensus of campus thought. Edi- 
torial views represent those of the editorial 
board and do not necessarily reflect the 
opinions of Curry College. 

Opposing viewpoints will be printed in the 
form of letters to the editor, provided these 
letters are signed and written in a manner 
that warrants publication 

Reproduction of any printed material with- 
in this newspaper requires the written 
consent of the editor 

Please address all communications to: 
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Dear Editor: 

On behalf of the Commuter Council, we 
would like to take this opportunity to thank 
all those individuals who participated in 
the developing of the new commuter snack 
bar. 

We would like to give special thanks to 
Guy Tuvin and Mr. Ed Creed whose ideas 
made this possible. 

Sincerely, 
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Laurie Driscoll 
Assistant Editors - John Moore 

Janet Tedeschi 

Business Editors - Mary Joe Perry 
Elizabeth Rosen 
Photography Editors - Paul B. White 

Stacy Shugerman 



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Council 



INTRAMURAL FLOOR HOCKEY 
Final Standings 
PURPLE DIVISION: 
Budmen 
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*-play best of three playoff 

WHITE DIVISION: 
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INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 

"A" Division Playoffs 

(Best of Three) 

GAME ONE 

S&M-41 Seagram 7's-40 

GAME TWO 

S&M-38 Seagram 7's-35 

# S&M WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP 

"B" Division Playoffs 

(Best of Three) 

GAME ONE 

No Names-33 Knights-32 

GAME TWO-Wed.. March 28 

No Names vs. Knights-9:30 p.m. 

NOTES: S&M, last year's "B" Division 

winners, won both the regular season and 

playoff "A" titles this year. . .The Knights 

finished as the "B" division regular season 

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Thanx to Michelle Blanche, Dina Margold and Teresa 
Upright pages got pasted up and I gained confidence in 
their enthusiasm. With out Lois Wallace and the Stu- 
dent Activities workers, the bulk mailings would've 
never gotten done. Bill Littlef ield motivated students to 
submitt writing and become involved with the publica- 
tion. Our student writers include: Guy Rossi, Janine 



Martella, Alan Van Winkle, Dave Eid, James Dimone- 
kas, Mary Connelly and Deb L'ltalian. A yearbook isn't 
any good without quality photographs and there would 
be none in "FOCUS" except for the work done by Win 
Townson, Doug Richardson, Stuart Huey, and Bill Wal- 
lin. 



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In order for a publication to happen someone first has to care. You don't 
need experience or have to be a photographer I certainly didn't fit the 
description. During the summer of '83 the yearbook suffered great damage 
due to flooding of the office located in the cellar of ths S.G.A. building. Living 
with everything but the office itself under one's bed is quite an experience. 
Finally the present location, above the 'PUB', was approved, but before 
moving could take place, the room had to be painted, walls as well as floor. 
Furniture was moved in and a file cabinet attained. After much diliberation a 
telephone arrived, and progress was ready to happen. (Never mind the fact 
that of the above took a whole semester to accomplish.) The next task was to 
find two individuals to continue what I had begun; with everyone asking who 
or what was going to happen to the book when I left, made matters more 
difficult. But I have faith in Stu and Doug, so give them your support. It 
would take another 3 years to do everything I'd want to put the book in top 
shape. I have learned that I cannot do it all myself, and I am greatful for 
everyones help. As long as people that genuinely care are involved, then the 
book will not drown as it almost did my freshman year: 1980. 1 only wish that 
no one individual would have to do all the things I did for the book because of 
someone else's negligence. Best Wishes for the Future! 

Margaret A. McClung 
Editor - 1984 






RESIDENT ASSISTANTS 

They are of a special breed. Why do they do it? What is it that motivates an individual to join 
this unique group of characters; the $?, the power?, the responsibility?, or is it really the paper 
work? It is very hard to say, each has their own reasons. Give credit to these individuals, for they 
aren't just students or just employees, they are both and often blamed for student/college negli- 
gence, R.A.s find themselves forgotten unless there is a problem. They need support too. So 
remember your R.A. the next time something happens. 



1983-1984 Staff Jeff Appel, Pete Balcanoff, Helena Bernadino, Paul Bernier, Steve Binder, 
Sue Brock, Bill Burry, Marc Coopersmith, Lori Cowan, "Pat" Fabian, Dave Fabricius, Scott 
Finklestein, Colleen Foley, Louise Herdman, Forrest Herreid, Cindy Hilyard, Stewart Huey, 
Abby Kracov, Jody LaRosa, Jon Lazar, Mike Leland, Margaret McClung, Stacy Parker, Jon 
Persson, Tom Pye, Jim Sousa, Mark Sullivan, Ken Wagner, Barry Weiner, Kathy Willet, Stan 
Williams, Andy White, "Kara" White. 




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SPORTS - SPORTS - SPORTS 






The 1983 Men's Soccer Team 
finished a seventeen game 
schedule with a respectable 7- 
7-3 record. Top scorer, Junior 
Co-Capt. Bob Lima led the 
team to victory with help from 
Albert Santini and Victor Man- 
ganello. 

Co-Capt. Mark Sullivan 
capped a brilliant four year ca- 
reer by winning his third 
straight M.V.P. award. Injuries 
to key players and inexperi- 
ence hurt the team in some of 
the games. Next year promises 
to be a winning season; 14 re- 
turning lettermen and many 
blue chip recruits. 



1983 CURRY MEN'S SOCCER TEAM 
1st row, L to R: Bill Burry, Ken Wagner, Capt. Bob Lima, Capt. 
Mark Sullivan, Reggie Lockwood. 2nd row, L to R: Mike Buffano, 
Victor Manganello, Artie Teft, Albert Santini, Alec McNight, Peter 
Harvey-Smith. 3rd row, L to R: Steve Scanlon, Steve Palmerino, 
Kevin Smith, Phil McClure, Tom Norton. 4th row, L to R: Peter 
Laitin, Kevin Walsh, Eric Evans, Steve Driscoll, Scott Buchanann, 
Matt Clancy. 5th row, L to R: Coach B. Capner, Josh Lessing, Alan 
Van Winkle, Tim Lee, Issac Sellassie, Head Coach J. Kaufman. Not 
Pictured: Chris Sova. 





L to R: Head Coach J. Kaufman, 
Capt. Bob Lima, Capt. Mark Sulli- 
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1983 CURRY WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM 
1st row, L to R: Capt. Heather Holm, Laura Moses, Sara David- 
son. 2nd row, L to R: Sue Mc Laughlin, Head Coach D. Wil- 
liamson, Coach Pete. 3rd row, L to R: Elena Carroll, Colleen 
Foley, Yvonne Nelson. 4th row, L to R: Louise Herdman, Julie 
Story, Jackie Condakes. 5th row, L to R: Meg Smith, Sharon 
McAvenia, Capt. Diane Johnston. Not Pictured: Capt. Margaret 
"MANGO" McClung. 

Special thanks to all our dedicated fans. Don't forget to come 
and watch us win next year. 



It was a long season for the 
1983 Curry Women's Soccer 
Team, playing a tough 17 game 
schedule against strong oppo- 
nents. This year we were lucky 
enough to have the exper- 
ienced help of Assistant Coach 
Pete Soakel. 

The tri-captains led the team 
in high spirit, but due to unfor- 
tunate circumstances we lost 
Capt. Heather Holm for the 
season from a knee injury sus- 
tained in the B. U. game; Capt. 
Diane Johnston played a great 
season in goal, giving up a sum- 
mer's worth of training as a 
field player; Capt. "MANGO" 
McClung willingly played 
where ever her coach needed 
her. 

Head Coach Doug William- 
son always gave more than his 
share for the team. He spent 
many long hours of hard work 
preparing for practice and 
coaching us. It was unfortunate 
we did not have a winning sea- 
son as expected, making it frus- 
trating for everyone to contin- 
ue in a positive way. WE, as a 
team, did survive and the crazy 
antics of "PUBS" and Sara pro- 
vided good comic relief. Out- 
standing performances from 
freshmen and newcomers also 
kept the team going. The antici- 
pated gain of many recruits and 
the parting of only two seniors 
gives the team great opportuni- 
ty for a winning season in 
1984!!!! 




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1983 CURRY FOOTBALL TEAM 

1st row, L to R: Miller, Zitomer, Marchi, Blau, Capt. Oliver, Capt. DeMarco, Carilli, Blackwell, 
Sousa, Golden, Manager Hogan. 2nd row, L to R: Head Coach Doherty, Thurmaond, Shultz, Thor- 
eck, Donovan, Rege, Lund, Stranahan, DeAngelo, Stevens, Pacheco, Hughes, Bisenius, Bartow, 
Trainer Cronin, Trainer Loughran, Coach Putnam, Coach Varnum. 3rd row, L to R: Coach Wilson, 
Shannon, Van Cleve, Barrett, Gingras, Rossi, Fuhram, Aicardi, Herlihy, Nagle, Petito, Johns, Holt, 
Durkin. 



The whistle blew at 5:30 a.m. Monday morning Au- 
gust 22, the beginning of the Curry College football 
season, 33 bodies both old and new. Four sessions a 
day, for ten consecutive days, would turn this years 
edition of the Curry Colonels into the best conditioned 
team in the league. Although each session was loathed 
by everyone, at the end of the week the team had 
affectionately and respectfully refered to the exper- 
ience as "DUFFY'S DEATH CAMP". 

We as a team felt like we did more than just hang 
tough, we went out and took it right to them, out hit- 
ting every team we played. The defense was on the 
field a majority of the time during each game and the 
only reason we could keep playing as hard in the 
fourth quarter as we did in the first was because of the 
conditioning Coach Doherty had put us through; it was 
really something special. Even so the offense was 



loaded this year. N. E. Conference Rookie of the Year, 
Bob Barrett, led the league in passing. His receivers 
included N. E. Conference All-Star, Mike Blau and 
Jim Sousa. 

The coaches were pleased that we turned some heads 
and made a few teams nervous. We feel the most im- 
portant accomplishment for us as a team was the way 
we worked together toward a common goal; always 
keeping our heads up, and playing our hearts out nev- 
er giving in. We plan on making alot of noise next 
season, and can hardly wait for DUFFY'S DEATH 
CAMP". 

A special thanks goes to all of the cheerleaders, stu- 
dents, alumni, parents and friends for their great sup- 
port. The standing ovation after our opening loss made 
us feel good, it made us feel like winners! 



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1983 Curry Football Cheerleaders 
1st row, L to R: Captains Candy Tierney, and Sue Hoffenberg. 2nd 
row, L to R: Kate Clark, Ann-Ellen Vale, Fran Flynn, Trade Curry, 
Elise Martin, Lisa Marchi, Regis Kingston. 







1983-84 MEN'S 
VARSITY 
BASKETBALL TEAM 

Row 1 L to R - Jim Stapleton, Head Coach Brian Buckley, James Dimonekas (co-captain), Steve 
Binder (co-captain). Assistant Coach Gerald Phelan, Canby Dautel. Row 2 L to R - Manager Craig 
Larson, Bob Allen, Matt McDowell, Todd Hamel, John Riley, Chris Murphy, Kevin Moran, Dave 
Preston, Tim Cavanaugh. Not Pictured - Leo Gallagher No. 12. 

A team's character is not necessarily measured by the figures in the won and 
loss columns, it is however determined by the way the game is played. A very 
important aspect of basketball is not only knowing the fundamentals of the 
game, but to have the proper attitude on and off the court. We feel this has been 
accomplished this year even though our record doesn't reflect it. One of the 
season's highlights was Curry's finishing in the top five in the free throw 
percentage in the nation. With a young team the future appears optimistic, and 
we wish the up coming seasons for Curry much SUCCESS! Good Luck from the 
1983-84 Co- Captains. 











1983-84 WOMEN'S VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

Row 1 L to R - CO-CAPTAINS Deb L'ltalian, Mary Connolly. Row 2 L to R - Head 
Coach Richard T. Kelly, Laurie Driscoll, Cindy Kay, Tina Sheppard, Louise 
Herdman, Allison King, Diane Silcott, Mary Kate McConnville, Yvonne Nelson, 
Julie Jester. 

The 1983-84 Women's Basketball Team coached by Richard 
Kelly finished the season with a 7-14 record. Though off to a 
slow start Kelly was able to coach the women to a winning 
record of 7-5 in the second semester. The team was led by 
Captain Deb L'ltalian who ended the season with an average 
of 20ppg and also recorded her 1000 career point here at 
Curry. Senior Allison King received the coach's recognition 
award, Junior Mary Connolly was recipient of the Student- 
Athlete Award and Junior Deb LI'Italian received the most 
Valuable Player Award. Though losing Seniors Allison King 
and Louise Herdman, the women's team is looking forward to 
a winning season in 1984-85. 







1983-84 VARSITY ICE HOCKEY 

TEAM 

Front row: Eric Evans, Ed Evans, Tom Hannon, Coach Stewart, Captain Barry Parker, Asst. Coach Webb, Steve 
Scanlon, Mike Cutone, Tim Downes. Middle row: Trainer Paul Loughran, Jon Pollock, Scott McAboy, Mike 
Donovan, Mike Wolfensohn, Tim Gingras, Rich Morahan. Back row: Statistician Michelle Blanche, Mike 
Tevinen, Ray Dunn, Tom Dolan, Paul Shea, Kevin Smith, Dana Panepinto, Joe Raycraft, Sean O'Connell, 
Sumner Mead, Tom Pye. Missing from photo: Statistician Melissa Yagoda, Asst. trainer Holden Kepecs. 




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1984 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 

Row 1 Co-Captains Mike Blau and James Dimonekas. Row 2 Mike Cutone, Reggie Lockwood, Greg 
Ledin, Mike Donovan, Steve Ruggerio, Lenny D'Angelo, Bob Barrett, Row 3 Dave Eid, Keith MacLean, 
Buzz Franzen, Dan Papile, Chris White, Head ICoach Valley, Asst. Coach Valley. Not Pictured - Rob 
Kleiman, Bill Brister, Robert Ricci, Asst. Coach Algeri. 

As the February snowflakes fell outside the Miller Gymnasium, the 1984 Baseball season 
was beginning to assemble. Fan's weren't expecting miracles from the squad but, a good season 
would satisfy all spring fever hopes and set the stage for an enjoyable summer. The Colonels 
were coming off a so-so 12-11 record. So how do you account for a 15 and 3 season in '84? Let's 
start with the pitching. Sophomore De Angelo looked extremely good with a 4-1 record. 
Freshman Bob Barrett came out of nowhere and became the flame-thrower Curry has lacked 
to compliment De Angelo. Even so, the team was short of pitchers and reliever James Dimone- 
kas saw plenty of action, saving two games with the excellent control necessary. The defense 
was very sound with an infield anchored by Junior Mike Cutone, with Co-Captain Mike Blau 
taking control in center field. Mike Donovan, Buzz Franzen and Greg Ledin all carried big 
sticks creating an awesome hitting pattern. Catching was split by two extremely competent 
players: Dimonekas and Franzen. Speed on the bases came from Mike Blau who recorded a 
high 12 thefts and Bill Brister swiped 8. So as another year on the Curry diamond unfolds, only 
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1984 SPRING 
TENNIS TEAM 








For the Fifth Consecutive Season the Curry 
College Tennis Team has finished with a win- 
ning record; 6-5. Inexperience and a larger 
freshman crop than last year gave the team 
some doubt. But they went on to win the sea- 
son in their own style. The Colonels had been 
led all season long by Rich Sabatini, a fresh- 
man, who held the number one singles spot on 
the team. The second, third and fourth spots 
changed between Scott Finklestein, Sumnel- 
Mead and Tom Aprille. Doubles on the other 
hand were of quite a variety, including one 
team of both Mead and Finklestein, Co- Cap- 
tains of the team. Coach Rogers is looking 
forward to an even more successful sixth con- 
secutive winning season. 







1984 CURRY 
LACROSSE TEAM 

Row 1 Mike Schilling, Damon Mitchell, Phil Mcclure, Artie Goelman. Row 2 Bill Baldwin, 
Jeff Mancini, Joe Gerry. Steve Driscoll. Row 3 Bill Johns, Angus Fennell, "Sleeper". Row 4 
Dennis Linnane, Cam Repp, Tim Martin, Hank Estabrook, Bart Edlestein. Row 5 Neil Le- 
vine, Peter Harvey-Smith, Tim Downes. 





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1984 WOMEN'S & SOFTBALL TEAM 4-9 

SEASON 

GINA BALSAMO 

DANA HERMAN 

KATE CLARKE 

MARY CONNOLLY 

LAURIE DRISCOLL 

LINDA FEDERICO 

DIANE OILMAN 

DEB L'lTALIEN 

MARY JOE PERRY 

TINA SHEPPARD 

JULIE STORY 

HEAD COACH-ALISON FRISBEE 

ASST. COACH-PAT DONOVAN 

MANAGER - CINDY KAY 




ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 
MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 
MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 



LINDA FEDERICO 
JULIE STORY 
DEB L'lTALIEN and 
MARY CONNOLLY 



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THE FORUM 





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Invitations were sent out to the Curry Community to attend as well as 
to request submission of questions for the OPEN FORUM on Wednes- 
day, November 30 at 2:00 pm in Hafer 119. Questions submitted were 
reviewed by a special committee, headed by Forum Mediator Marshall 
Keyes. Authors of selected inquiries were asked to present them in 
person at the Forum. Coordinated by Paul Bernier and The Currier 
Times, The Open Forum had a good turn out for spectators. Even though 
a majority skeptical, the political double talk was kept to a minimum. 
Just make sure that your pie in the sky, doesn't fall in your eye! 






Each Fall and Spring Curryites 
donate blood and time for those in 
need, at the AMERICAN RED 
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CURRY COLLEGE AWARDS NIGHT, MAY 8, 1984: WINNERS 

ACADEMIC AWARDS 

Broadcasting Award . . . Winslow Townson 

Communication Award . Luanne Marrino 

Education Award Elissa Dunst and Elisa Kritchman 

English Award . Louise Herdman 

Poetry Award Edward Gault and Nancy Lazzaro 

Journalism Award Louise Herdman 

Fine Arts Award Paul White 

Management Awards Paul Bernier and Philip Amaru (Junior) 

Wall Street Journal Marketing Award Luanne Marrino 

Wall Street Journal Management Award Guy Tuvin 

Nursing Award . Adrienne Baggett, Michelle Marini and Carol Murphy, RN 

Politics and History Award Stanford Williams, Jr. 

James Martin, Jr. 
Psychology Award . . Christopher Swenson 

Science Award David Kenneson, Cynthia Hilyard and Deborah Lehr 
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL HONOR SOCIETY for 1984-1985 
'85 -84 

Linda Clougherty Janet E. Berez Luanne Marrino 

Mary A. Connolly Marilyn Dailey James Martin, Jr. 

Anne F. Johnson Kathleen M. Frates Margaret L. Merrill 

Michael Leland Louise M. Herdman Michael P. Reardon 

Barbara E. Moran Diane K. Nelson Elisabeth J. Rosen 

David B. Oliver Elisa Kritchman Teresa M. Upright 

Caria L. Waers Tracy R. Kugelman 

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES 

Jeff Appel Steve Binder Margaret McClung St5n Williams 

Peter Balconoff Louise Herdman Joel Silverman John Boyle 

William Baldwin Tracy Kugelman Winslow Townson Ken Wagner 

Paul Bernier Joanne LaRosa Guy Tuvin Janet Berez 

NON ACADEMIC AWARDS 

Administrative Achievement Edward H. Hastings 

Faculty Achievement John Hovorka 

Office Employees Council Dorothy Moran 

Barbara Pettingill Award Lee Harrington 

Outstanding R.A.s Jeff Appel and Margaret McClung 

Outstanding Resident Andrew Gilbert 

Outstanding Commuter Stephen Gallagher 

Residence Hall Program Contribution Lynn Van Loan ~ 

Campus Program Contribution . Barry Basinow/Bruce Metzendorf 

Female Athlete of the Year Margaret McClung 

Male Athlete of the Year James Dimonekas 

Yearbook Dedication Dorothy Moran 

Class of '84 Recognition Lois Wallace/Karen Williamson/Cheryl Kramer 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

Alumni Scholarships Jill Hogarty and Heather Holm 

Jennifer A. Phillips Memorial Laura Lee Fischer 

Dean Cecil Rose Scholarship Mark Ferrara and Issac Sellassie 

Kennedy/Foard Scholarship Marry Connelly and Kim Dwelly 

Drapkin Scholarship Thomas R. Pye 

Robert C. Smith Memorial James Sousa 

S.G.A. 

Recognition Awards Peter Dacko, Catherine Leveroni and Dorothy Moran 

Person of the Year ED CREED 

SPECIAL THANKS TO KATHERINE WILLETT WHO SERVED AS OUR MISTRESS OF 

CEREMONIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!IIIIIII!IIIIIIII!II!I!!I!!!!!!!!! 






An introduction to the New 
CURRY COLLEGE FITNESS 
TRAIL! A place so both stu- 
dents and staff can escape from 
the pressures of a college or 
even the city. A big plus for the 
Campus and Institution for it 
not only has great aesthetic 
purposes but it is super public- 
ity as well. The whole trail 
runs for 3.1 miles, enough to 
help us out; mind and body. 





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FIRGHTFULLY FEARFUL YET DANGEROUSLY 

CURIOUS 

Written and directed by David Zucker 

Assistant Director Barry Weiner 

Costumes designed and built bv Debbie O'Carroll 

CAST 

Marrator/Stranger - Katherine Willett 



Rightfully Fearful - Rosie Rosenberg 

Utterly Obnoxious - Monica K. Hebard 

The Valley Folk - Rebecca Rowe 

Timidly Fearful - Dan Deutsch 

Enormously Arrogant - Edwad Gault 

The Naughty Pine - Rebecca Rowe 

The Gruesome Gobbling Grumpus - Dan Deutsch 











"THE GOOD DOCTOR" 

A Neil Simon Drama Based on 19th Century Russian lifestyles. Curry College 
Drama Department performed "The Good Doctor" for three consecutive nights. 
The cast included Jon Weiner, Kathy Willett, Reese Beaton, Ed Gault, Bruce 
Metzendorf, Henry Zucker, Rosie Rosenberg, Dave Malkin and Cathy Connors. 
Dave Zucker Directed and Laurie Feit was the stage manager. 




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A FIRST FOR THE 
FINE ARTS FACUL- 
TY-AN ON CAMPUS 
EXHIBIT OF THEIR 
PRIVATE WORKS. 
THE SHOW LASTED 
FOR AN ENTIRE 
WEEK. 



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THE CURRY COLLEGE FINE ARTS ANNUAL SPRING PERFOR 
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The Jazz Ensamble and Dance Students per- 
formed their best for an audience full of par- 
ents, faculty, staff and students. All was ar- 
ranged by Doug Kock-Fine Arts Music Faculty. 





A FIRST FOR FINE ARTS STUDENTS - A SENIOR EXHIBIT!! 




The seven seniors that showed work were: Sandra Ayles, Dave Cohen, Laurie Dymza, Margaret McClung, Deborah 
Melikian, Shirley Waters, and Paul White. 



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The exhibit was held in the Parent's Lounge, for five days. 
Works included: Photographs, Drawings, Ink Prints, Paintings, 
and Three Dimensional Sculpture. The opening took place during 
the Open House, Parents as well as exhibitors enjoyed a morning 
of compliments and champagne. 



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You can always tell 
when Mr. Baldwin is 
scheming; this time he 
and his cast of many 
were involved in Co- 
mando Raids playing 
the ever famous "WAR 
GAMES". They were 
into the games BODY 
AND SOUL. 





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Do you remember how to play simon sez? We found out who did and 
who didn't at Freshman Orientation Fall of '83. 





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"the prettiest girl I 
ever saw was siping 
cider through a 
straw" White Beach- 
es, Blue Water, 80°, 
Rum Punch, Gam- 
bling and $ Loses, 
BonFires and Camp- 
ing on the Beach, 
Garber Travel and a 
Booze Cruise to a De- 
serted Island, were 
just a few of the ad- 
venterous tales: 
Spring Trip to Nas- 








When the Orange moon rises full and low on the horizon 
and friends start taking on new identity, listen for howling 
of wolves. All Hallows Eve is not for those who want but for 
those who must. Just don't pretend, be something else. If you 
don't you may be saved if you stand under the hallow oak 
and garble at the moon with your back against the whisper- 
ing wind. 




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"THE INCREDIBLE PUBS AND CAPTAIN KIVER TO THE RESCUE AGAIN!" 








WELCOME 

TO THE 156 

HAUNTED 

house: 








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The metro came to Curry and blasted us 
with loud Rock and Roll. The huge video 
screens and colored lights provided a little 
visual distraction. Not to mention the free li- 
mosine and tickets to the METRO. WAY TO 
GO-METRO!! 

"HEY MAN IT'S THE DOORS!! YEA MAN 
- THE DOORS!! " said Cookman. "NO WAY 
MAN, IT'S CRYSTAL SHIP, 

MMAAAAANNNNNNN!!!!" replied Kev. 





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THE HANDS 

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156 House gets creative again and produces the 3rd annual All Campus End of 
the Year Bash. A time for Gangsters, Flappers and post war success gave people 
fun ideas for costumes and new identities. 



THE 
ROARING 
TWENTIES!!!! 




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A Speakeasy 

A Jazz Band 

Gambling 

Drinking/Eating 

A Drunking Tank 

And Hilarious Comedian 

Just a few of the attractions 







SAMMY YOU ARE SUCH A LADIES MAN!! HOW DO YOU DO IT?? 





NICE FELLAS - OOPS! I 
MEAN YOU MAKE A NICE 
COUPLE!; 



LET'S ALL SMILE FOR THE CAMERA 




The Members of the 156 house hope that the tradi- 
tions will continue through the years. Happy 
hours and an end of the year bash are a must in 
order to preserve the house image. 





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They came from all over the campus just to 
run in the THIRD ANNUAL ROBERT C. 
(SMITTY) SMITH ROAD RACE officiated 
by Alison Frisbee. 




CANDIDS 
CANDIDS 
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"It will be a great day when our schools get all the $ they need and the Air 
Force has to hold a bake sale to buy a bomber!" 





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DON'T WALK IN FRONT OF ME, I MAY NOT FOLLOW. 
DON'T WALK BEHIND ME, I MAY NOT LEAD. 
JUST WALK BESIDE ME AND BE MY FRIEND. 









FACES 

SHOW THE WORLD 
WHAT'S INSIDE. 
IT'S THERE FOR 
EVERYONE TO SEE, 
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PALS FOREVER 
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BUT NOW TOGETHER 



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I push on the power 
switch and my fingers 
start to snap to the beat. 
As the tune continues, 
my legs and arms start to 
move with the motion of 
the tune. I pick up my 
tennis racket and start 
jamming on it. My fin- 
gers dance upon the rack- 
et as if I knew how to 
play the guitar. The vi- 
brations from the song 
flow through me as I leap 
off the bed. I drop my 
racket and pick up a ski 
pole and pretend to be the 
mellow bass player. My 
head sways as I play the 
song, and my foot taps 
out the beat. The tempo 
quickly increases; I drop 
the ski pole and grab a 
pair of old drum sticks 
and bang the down out of 
my pillow. Then with a 
shiver up my spine and a 
twitch of my legs I am 
the lead vocal. My arms 
move frantically from 
side to side, like I've been 
shocked by a thousand 
volts. I see thousands of 
fans in wild outfits, yell- 
ing a screaming. My 
room transfers into a 
coliseum, with lights and 
fireworks flashing ev- 
erywhere. The song is 
pumping vast amounts of 
energy into my explosive 
body. I'm so juiced at this 
point I feel as though I 
can do anything. 





Suddnly my door flies open and dancing in is my 
friend playing the sax. Awesome! We both jam out 
together. The girls above me start dancing. Their 
thumping feet add to the song. My friend looks at 
me and we both smile and continue jamming. The 
excitement of dancing feet, moving bodies, and the 
music is intense. 

My friend exits the room as the song nears the 
end. As the song fades away I fall back on to my 
bed; I feel fantastic. 

Written by; 

Alan Van Winkle 




KITCHEN BOYS 







A VERY ENTERTAINING MEXICAN FIESTA AT TONY'S 







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I'LL BUY A TICKET TO MARS! 



THERE'S NOTHING GOOD ON THE MENU! 





HI! I'M SUE - I'M TRISH WELCOME TO CURRY! 



LET'S HAVE ONE - JUST LIKE THE OTHER ONE 






PRESENTS 












AND THE WINNERS ARE 



THE SMILEY 
AWARDS 





"WHEN THE WORLD 






YOU MAKE THE BEST OF WHAT'S STILL 
AROUND!" 



IS RUNNING DOWN 






THE UNPREDICTABLE SIDE-EFFECTS OF SEX, DRUGS AND ROCK N' ROLL!!!!!!! 





"A THREE MAN, TWO ARMED FLYING PURPLE EATER" 



*LITTLE LYNNEY* 







"LET THERE BE SONG TO FILL THE AIR' 



"CHRIS, YOU GET THE CUPS " "SUMNER, YOU GET THE 
GIRLS " "AND I'LL GET THE KEG " 




"LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON " 



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THANX I NEEDED THAT! 



SPRING FEVER 





NICE FACE 



DaWN TO THE WIRE! 






DORM LIFE 
Written by 
Janine Martella 




I wondered how I would get along with my 
roommate. What my new room would be like. 
How I would do with my classes. And what it 
would be like living in the dorm. 

Nobody warned me that when I went away to 
college my sleeping patterns would change. Just 
ask any college student how difficult it is to get up 
in the morning. He'll probably tell you stories of 
how he made it to class in his pajamas; or how 
many classes he slept through all semester. Getting 
up for an early class is difficult. No one looks 
forward to lectures on the hemispheres of the 
brain or culture variation first thing in the morn- 
ing. But, to tell you the truth, the hardest thing is 
not getting up early, it's getting to bed early. Any- 
one that expects to get to sleep before 11pm, should 
reconsider. 

Sometimes during the course of the day a sport- 
ing event takes place right outside my door. One 
player stands at one end of the hall and the oppo- 
nent at the other end. They take turns throwing 
passes or kicking rebounds off of the walls. The 
entire event usually ends after the R. A. calls time 
out. Admission is free. 

Water fights take place in the dorm on rare occa- 
sions, but when they do occur, watch out! They 
begin in the bathroom with one person splashing 
another. The other person takes revenge by splash- 
ing back until they are totally soaked. They then 
take it out into the hall so others can join in. They 
usually end when some one realizes that the walls 
are beginning to warp. 

One of the disadvantages of dorm life is trying to 
do your laundry when you really have to. You be- 
gin to realize that it's time to do the laundry when 
that pile of smelly sweatsocks in the corner starts 
to invade the room. The day that you choose to 
finally do it, every one else has the same idea. By 
mixing white clothes with colors, you can be as- 
sured that your whites will turn a dull shade of 
grey or maybe lavender or pink. The toughest part 
about washing your clothes isn't actually doing it 
but, getting up the courage. 

Dorm life is something one can only imagine 
and to really understand it one should experience 
it first hand. But be warned - expect the unexpect- 
ed. 



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"CH - CH - CH - CHAAANNGES 

Turn and face the strain . . . 







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LOOK OUT YOU 
ROCK N' ROLL- 
ERS 

TIME MAY 
CHANGE ME- 
BUT I CAN'T 
CHANGE TIME. " 




DON'T STOP THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW 






CAUSE YESTERDAY'S GONE - YESTERDAY'S GONE. 






IT'LL SOON BE HERE, BETTER THAN BEFORE 





DON'T STOP IT'LL SOON BE HERE 







"WHEN I WAS YOUNGER SO MUCH YOUNGER THAN TODAY, 





BUT NOW THOSE DAYS ARE GONE, I'M NOT SO SELF ASSURED 






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I NEVER NEEDED ANYBODY'S HELP IN ANYWAY. 





I REALIZED AND CHANGED MY MIND TO OPEN UP THE DOOR.' 





"IF I WANDER DOWN THE WRONG ROAD, 
IT'S ALRIGHT, JUST LET ME GO. " 





"YOU CAN DREAM, BUT YOU CAN NEVER GO BACK THE WAY YOU CAME 







AND WE LEAVE IT ALL BEHIND TO SING ONE MORE SONG! 





"THERE'S A FEELING I 
GET 



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WHEN I LOOK TO THE WEST 




AND MY SPIRIT IS CRYING FOR LEAVING 




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AND A NEW DAY WILL DAWN FOR THOSE WHO STAND LONG 




AND THE FOREST WILL ECHO WITH LAUGHTER. " 





"BUT IF YOU TRY SOMETIME 






YOU MIGHT JUST FIND 






YOU GET WHAT YOU NEED!' 




AND MY DREAMS AREN'T AS EMPTY AS MY CONSCIENCE SEEMS TO BE.' 




"TIMES - THEY ARE A CHANGING. 





"CAUSE THE FUTURE'S 
UNCERTAIN, 





AND THE END IS ALWAYS NEAR LET IT ROLL 






"TALKIN' ABOUT MY GENERATION 



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"TIME IS ON MY SIDE 



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GIVE ME A CHANCE AND LET ME LIVE, 



LET ME EXPLORE MY REACH OF LIFE, 




LET ME BEGIN AND CONTINUE FOREVER, 



NEVER, EVER LET ME STOP! 









FACULTY - FACULTY - FACULTY 








John Hovorka 
Indar Kamal 
James Kaufman 
Thomas Rudegeair 
Marlene Samuelson 
Jerold Touger 
Chuck Towle 
John Tramondozzi 
Eleanor Wilder 






NATURAL SCIENCES 



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SOCIAL SCIENCES 



Robert Garden 
Joseph Finn 
John Hill 
Robert Keighton 
James Martin 
Norma C. Morgan 







LEARNING CENTER 

Joseph Arsenault 
Maria Bacigalupo 
Nancy Burrell 
Patricia Bloem-Klooster 
Donna Cataldo 
Anne Marie Derosier 
Marie Murphy 
Janna M.Oddellfson 
Susan W. Pennini 
Michele Talabach 
Gertrude M. Webb 
Sam Webb 






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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Beatrice Guilmette 
Thomas Stephens 
Trainers: Paul Lonergan 



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BEHAVIORAL SC./EDUCATION 

Carl Cooper 
Barbara Fournier 
Dante Germanotta 
Peter Hainer 
Gerald Hilyard 
Judith Kennedy 
Ann Levin 
Alta McDonald 
Albert Sherring 
Bruce Steinberg 
Carol Wadell 











NURSING STUDIES 

Linda Caldwell 
Helen Carcio 
Harlene Caroline 
Mary Ann Corcoran 
Kathleen Hagerman 
Linda L. Jarvis 
Elizabeth Kudzma 
Mary A. Manning 
Claire Maranda 
Mary Ellen Sullivan 
Mary Wieners 
















HUMANITIES 

Alan Anderson 
Alan Frank 
Claudine Heron 
Frances Kohak 
Nick Kracb 
William Littlefield 
Marlene Lundvall 
Marvin Mandell 
John T. Marlier 
Gladys Martinez 
Russell Pregeant 
Joseph Schneider 
Ronald Warners 
George Wharton 
Frances Wildeboor 
Sanford Kaye 





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SUPPORTERS 



Dr. William Boyle, Jr. 

Sumner and Myrna Burg 

David and Barbara Davis 

Marian Jordan 

William F. Kurtz 

John Marlier 

Prof, and Mrs. James Martin 

Kay McCartney 

Alta F. McDonald 

Dr. N.C. Morgan 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed, Jr. 

Tony Rizzo 

Celia Saudberg 

Mark Scheinderhan 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Shea 




PATRONS 

John BarroU - For Randi 

^thur C. Dartley 

Richard and Sally Gattine, Jr. 
Simsbury, CT. 

Robert Hoffman 
Scarsdale, N.Y. 

Richard and Margaret A. Moses 
Lunenburg, MA. 

Mr. Dana L. Stetson 
^^Class of '84" 








CONTRIBUTORS 

Edwin and Ann M. Evans 
Beverly, MA. 

Marcus and Marjorie Hall 
Branford, CT. 

Jan H. and Sandra Van Heerden 

Cliff Herdman 
Middletown, NJ. 

JAH-NEE-TAH 

George and Mary Ann Kokkinakis 
Wycoff, NJ. 

^^_. Mr. Arthur, INC. 

Robert and Jean Ruggiero 
Greenwich, CT. 

Robert and Lucille Tandlich 
Wycoff, NJ. 

Harry K. Walpoff 
Rockville, MD. 



SPONSORS 



Jan B. Callis 
Scituate, MA. 

CONGRATULATIONS LAURIE FEIT 

We are all very proud of 

YOU! 

Love from all of your family 

Mrs. Hall Kirkham 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Lee 
London 

Carolyn and Herb Praver 
Key Biscayne, FL. 

Jillians' Seafood 

1185 River Street 

Hyde Park, MA. 

James B. Stafford 
Cleveland, Ohio 

"There's so much more to the Class of 84" 
Y.B.S. 



DONORS 



W. G. KENNEDY 



DONORS 



ALFRED THURBER 
MICHEAL FITZPATRICK 




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Best Wishes to the Class of 1984 

and 
Welcome to the Alumni Association 



CURRY COLLEGE 



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OFFICE 

EMPLOYEES 

COUNCIL 

Congratulates the Class of '84 



SCIENCE CLUB 




Congratulates the Class of '84 



WALTHAM 
SUPER MARKET 



DR. FRIEDA M. 
DRAPKIN 




Complete 

Real Estate 

Service 




R.M. Bradley + Co., 
Inc. 



CHESTNUT HILL 
WESTON 

Headquarters at 250 Boylston St. Boston 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF '84 

Karen and 
Herb Lotman 



flCJK^etal Products, Inc 

31 CHARLTON STREET 

P.O. BOX 556 

EVERETT, MASS. 02149 

617-389-034!Z 617-389-8810 

TWX 710-348-0476 

RALPH W. CARLSON 

President 




MARA PRODUCTS, INC. 

SUBSIDIARY OF B.C.D. METAL PRODUCTS, INC. 
Mail: P.O. Box 169, Everett, MA 02149 

Office: 617-389-0342 143 Jaques Street 

Shop: 617-623-3636 Somerville, MA 02143 

Offers the following: 

* Precision Tube Forming 

* Sheet Metal Fabricating 

* Stamping and Machining 

* Certified Heli-arc Welding 

* Thread Grinding 

* Traveling Wire E.D.M. 

* E.D.M. 

* CNC Milling 

* CNC Machining 





CLOSING NOTE 

Well, I guess this is it! Certainly doesn't seem like it can be possible. 
I never thought I'd be at a loss for words. I must say that this whole 
experience of college has been quite interesting. Coming to a campus 
where I didn't know a soul and quickly befriending alot of good 
people, it was like joining a new family/finding a new security. The 
first thing I found out was that I had a double, someone who looked 
like me here at Curry; from then on I knew my life would never be the 
same. I soon became involved with playing soccer, work-study jobs, 
resident housing, classes, men, parties and oh yes. The YEARBOOKI I 
don't believe that I could've excelled as much and in as many areas if 
it wasn't for the people at Curry, though sometimes I tried to do too 
much and it showed. But that's what life is all about learning the hard 
way. I have grown in a forward direction; I no longer get over-excited 
at the highs or severely depressed at the lows, but that middle is also 
hard to find. No one is perfect and if you expect perfection from 
yourself you will find nothing but frustration. Patience is definitely a 
virtue, especially when you can tolerate yourself. Only by the end of 
my fourth year at Curry did I really start to feel good about myself and 
begin to understand the reasons I do as many things as I do. I don't 
concern myself with worry as much as I used to, found it wastes too 
much energy and time, both of which I've found very valuable. I know 
that as long as I have faith in myself, my life continue in a postiive 
way. I will miss being a part of Curry College but it's now my turn to 
explore the unlimited potential of possibilities that the future holds in 
store for me. 

TAKE CARE AND ENJOY IT WHILE YOU'VE GOT IT!! 

BEST WISHES ALWAYS, 

MARGARET ANN McCLUNG 

Alias: Mango 

Swamp-woman 
Sparky 





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