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CURRY COLLEGE MILTON,
RUTH-ELLEN BURACKASST EDITOR
Faculty & Administration
women's flag football
Government & Organizations
Senior Week & Graduation
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By tradition, the senior class dedicates their year-
book to an outstanding member of the Curry community .
The class of 1976 has so honored Mrs, Barbara F.
"Ma Rett" has been the Assistant to the Dean of Stu-
dent Life for three years. Since coming to Curry sev-
en years ago, Mrs. Pettingill was the force behind
making Scholars B Hall co-ed, thus giving Curry its
first co-ed residence. She has always been a familiar
face on campus and a great inspiration in the progress
of the College. For this we extend to her many thanks.
The class of 1976 wishes "Ma Rett" the best of luck
in the future and we hope she will always remember us,
as we will never forget her.
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Person of the Year . Barbara F . Pettingill
Outstanding Woman Resident
Outstanding iVIaie Resident . . .
Outstanding Woman Commuters .
Outstanding Male Comffiuters . .
Outstanding Woman Athlete . . .
The Barbara F. Pettingill Award
Dean of Student Life's Awards .
1975 ■ 1976
April 22, 1976
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P' 'is- ACADEMIC AWARd|| ' I
Psycholo^ Award NormandD. Ledoux
English Award Michael Mogera
Political and Historical Studies . . .Bruce Lorge
Elementary Education Award . ,, -. . . Sharon Kaye
Secondary Education Awards .... Maria Bacigalupo
Early Childhood Award Carol Forbes ^
Learning Disabilities: Undergraduate Elaine Sevel 1
Learning Disabilities: Postgraduate . Pamela Brown I
Science Division Awards John McAuliffe
Communication Arts and Sciences . . Michael Matthews
Special Award to Ron Hurst
Fine Arts Award Fred Bryden
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NTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENj"
Dr. John S. Hafer, President of the College
Dr. Frederick Kirschenmann, Dean of the College
Donald S. McNeil, Director of Development
Thomas D. Goldrick, Business Manage
Warren S. Bazirgan, Director of Public Relations
Helen G. LaBaron, Bursar
Deirdre C. Kozlowski, Ass. Dean of Counseling, Ombudsperson
John P. Vallely, Director of Purchasing
New Student Advising Team
Dean of Student Life Staff
DIVISION OF BEHAVIORAL
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Dr. Carl J. Cooper, Chairperson
Patricia A. Fleming Ann P. Levin
Dr. Dante J. Germanotta Dr. Albert Sherring
Peter Hainer Bruce Steinburg
Dr. Gerald Hilyard Dr. John 0. Gawne
SCIENCE AND EDUCATION
Stephen S. Howe
James G. Salvucci
Dr. Frederick Kirschenmann
Dr. Ellen P. O'Sullivan
Dr. C. Alan Anderson, Chairperson
Roger Allan Bump
William T. Flavin
Kathleen B. McCann
Dr. William R. Preageant
Elizabeth A. Rubin
Dr. Ronald Warners
Dr. John Hovorka, Chairperson
Dr. Hiram J. Evans Dr. John R. Holloway
Dr. John E. Tramandozzi Indar Raj. Kama!
Dr. Jerold Touger
DIVISION OF LANGUAGE
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Dr. Frances M. Kohak — chairperson
Robert J. Forbes Dr. Gladys Martinez
Edward H. Hastings Dr. Alexander Moissiy
Claudine H. Hogarth Tamara S. Moissiy
Marvin L. Mandell Dr. Joseph L. Schneider
Dr. Robert L. Keighton
Dr. Robert W. Garden Judson M. Lyon
Joseph K. Eckert Dr. Pamela Wrinch
Dr. John E. Hill William C. Roth
Robert F. Capalbo Arthur N. Smith
Dr. Alan C. Greenburg
In Memory of Pamela Wrinch
Where dunes resist the green eroding tides,
Bayberries grey in winter, and winds whip grass
Into submissiveness. Northeasters twist
The pines, and only rock's immutable.
This is a fitting place for Kore, wintering.
To stand in brief return within Demeter's
Home, to trace the rhythm of vo luted shells.
The spiralling of time upon itself.
Well might Demeter see with joy that daughter's
Generosity and strength, her quick perceivance.
Gentleness, as if she brought from deeper
Halls some knowledge never pawned for power.
But short was that reunion; without flowers.
That final summering, as they, unknowing.
Walked along the ocean shore to Eleusinian mysteries.
Mute evergreens there stood aghast to watch
The all-transforming flames reach toward the stars.
We at these rites stand in the outer court
And by the flaming toches, final flowers.
We now renounce, before the Maker of the wind
And rock, our first audacity— when we
(Like Pluto and Demeter) presumed to call
Her "ours"--and then the last audacity—
When we presumed to know the seasons of the gods.
And how, as then, at dawn the finite fire
Pales in the great infinity of light.
(In Greek mythology Kore is the daughter of the earth-goddess Demeter. While they
are together earth flowers and is fruitful; but Pluto, god of the underworld, abducts
Kore During her stay underground, the earth is winter-bound and barren; but Kore is
allowed brief visits above ground, and these times of the reunions of Demeter and
Kore are the fruitful, flowering seasons. The Greeks celebrated the mysteries of
Demeter and Kore at Eleusis. There, after the participants had walked along the
coast from Athens to Eleusis, the celebrations of the first night of the mysteries took
place by torchlight outside the temple itself.)
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A Song of Greatness
When I hear the old men
Telling of heroes.
Telling of great deeds
Of ancient days,
When I hear that telling
Then I thinl< within me
I too am one of these
When I hear the people
Praising great ones.
Then I know that I too
Shall be esteemed;
I too when my time comes
Shall do mightily.
President; Vice-President; Secretary; Treasurer;
Jeff IVIarr Bev Kandler Sheila Holt Richard IVIeers
Over the bumps, into the vast parking lot and
up the eternal stairs they come. The members
of the Commuter Council bridge the gap
between themselves and faculty, administra-
tion, resident students, and provision of
social activities. Obviously they are getting
their job done!
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has its' struggles:
too hot; too cold
too much; too little
too well; too raw
too mushy; too
too spicy; too bland
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The formerly known
B.S.U. (Black Stu
dent Union) has
name. New members
are as follows:
Deborah White (V.P
President; Amir Homoyounfar
Ena, Heidi, Bunny, Betty(Liz),
"The Loose Caboose" with its'
rowdy crowds and blissful beverages,
was sobered by the efforts of the
Coffe-House crew. Various plants,
wall wall hangings, soft lights, and
mellow music led way for atranquil
and enjoyable evening, @ twice a
month. The home-baked "eats" and
variety of refreshments were an
Thank you all! !!!!!!! !!!!!!!
Who says they don't have SPIRIT????
Above the noise of the fans they
chant their cheers . RAH ! ! ! RAH ! ! !
Season after season, game after
game, sport after sport.
The cheerleaders went through a
transition this year, of non-
recognition and involvement. How-
ever, we hope to see them bounce
back with all their spirit, to cheer
us on to prospective victories! ! !
Patricia Baker; Advisor
Kathy Sexton; Captain
L V S
Mary Jude Benoit
Cary Le Blanc
John De Jesu
Heidi C. Franke
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President — Steve McNeil
Vice President — Jeff Tarleton
Recording Secretary — Debbie SImplcins
Corresponding Secretary — John IVlorrow
Treasurer — Sam Shutts
FVesident — Jeff Tarleton
Vice President — Rick Rendon
Recording Secretary — Jeanne Turner
Corresponding Secretary — Bruce Tagrin
Treasurer — Sam Shutts
Cary (Chico) Le Blanc
A new memijer to our college community exist
above "the loose caboose." It is a multi-purpose
room; housed there are: two ping-pong tables, one
pin-ball machine, one pool table, checker and
backgammon boards, and a good time.
Although it lacks a name, and is still in its'
growing stages, the possibilities are numerous.
CURRY COLLEGE, MR.TON. IVIASSACHIJSETTS
THE CURRYER STAFF
Frederick A. Bryden
Heidi C. Franke
Carol A. Forbes
President — Gary Le Blanc
Vice President — Bruce
Sec/Tres. — Robin Lord
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"I saw life through the eyes of a child as
I watch him clean his boat before putting
it into the lake.
We can learn from children,"
Pictured: Susan Damberg,
top right Eleanor Spinney,
top left Jane Lashaway,
left Laurel Douglas and
Tom Fair, right
Ann Marie Milano
Walter Pastel, Jr.
Michaiel Patrick Moran
James Steven Reed
Ronald B. Hurst
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Jo Ann Nicholas
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Nancy Van Putten
Mary Ellen Thurber
Randel H. Kohlenberger
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This Year Senior Week was restored. A week of
some reminising of the past four years, a few
cookouts, and lot of partying.
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PRELUDE Chaconne- Louis Couperrn
Choral Song - Samuel Weslev
Fifth OrganConcerto-CF Handel
•PROCESSIONAL ' Sonata II - Ichann Pezel
(Audience please stand)
NATIONAL ANTHEM : Led bv Curry College Choir
INVOCATION The Rev Cecil H Rose
Retired Curry Dean o( Sturdents
GREETING p, Dr lohn Stuart Hafer
' President. Curry College
CLASS ORATOR Christopher John Neale
PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT Anthony Joseph Searcy
Pres/dent. Class of 7976
CHORAL SELECTION /■/..:. O Brother Mani - text lohn Creenleaf
Whittier, music Geofrey Shaw
Curry College Choir
William T Flavin, soloist
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Stephens Fiailey
Vice President, American Council on Education
CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGRESS President Hafer
Stephen K Bailey, Doctor ol Letters
Rexford A Bristol, Chairman of the Executive Committee,
The Foxboro Company, Doctor ol Laws
Peter Fuller, President - Owner, Cadillac Automobile Company of Boston.
Doctor ol Laws
The Hon Thomas P ONeill. |r . Majority Leader, U S House
of Representatives, Doctor ol Public Administration
lohn H Updike, novelist and poet. Doctor of Literature
PRESENTATION OF -' \
"THE NEW ERA AWARD' ' by Donald D Mitchell VI
PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES
FOR DECREES Dr Frederick Kirschenmann
Dean ot the College
CONFERRING OF DECREES President Hafer
ALMA MATER (Audience please stand)
BENEDICTION The Rev Edward I Galvin
Rector, Queen ol Apostles Seminary, Dedham
RECESSIONAL Chorale - I S Bach
John S. Hafer
Senior Class President, Anthony Searcy, addressed
his classmates and all of those who attended Com-
mencement Exercises. The Senior Class gift was a
contribution to the Pamela Wrinch Memorial Fund.
This fund has been established to help students of
Political and Historical Studies.
Dr. Sthephen Bailey
Stephen K. Bailey
Doctor of Letters
Doctor of Literature
Thomas P. O'IMeill. Jr.
Doctor of Public Administration
Doctor of Laws
Doctor of Laws
Recipient of New Era Award
Curry's easy access to Boston expands our
facilities many times over. In four years
here we have all been in to the city for many
special events. And some of the benefits of
Boston have made their way out to Curry.
The next few pages are pictures compiled
over the past four year period. For the most
part they are of concerts in the Orpheum,
Music Hall and Boston Garden. The others
are celebities that have visited the radio
When I first came to Curry I would have thought anyone
was crazy if they said I would be the editor of the year-
book. But I also did not know that when I was a fresh-
man that the editor would walk up to me, hand me a
camera and tell me to take pictures. So I learned. For
the next two years I was the photography editor of the
book, but still this was a far cry from being Editor-in-
Chief. Finally, last year I was asked to take the job
and must have refused ten times. But here I am today
writing the Editor's message.
1 do not regret taking the job one bit. Sure, there were
rough times but there was always someone to help out.
We had some problems with our publisher and as a re-
sult had to switch. I was pretty confused while all this
was going on and have to thank Warren Bazirgan, our
faculty advisor for his help in straightening out these
Last year when Editor Pat Sheridan was telling me about
a staff, she said that Ruth Burack would be there to
help out with things that no one else wanted to do. She
was right. Ruth took care of distributing the books and
mailing them out which is nothing but a big pain, and
not in the neck. She did some typing, ran errands, and
came through with a few pleasant surprises like finding
pictures that were desperately needed, Ruth will be
the Editor next year and she is already as well organ-
ized as I was going into my last month.
Nancee Chalifour and Mary Carneiro were possibly my
biggest helpers. Not only did they do their sections of
the book, but they typed and typed more and helped in
any other way they could.
Jo-Anne Roderiques was our most experienced year-
booker and we all were helped by some of her ideas.
She was responsible for the Student Life section which
is the largest section of the book.
Steve Mechlinski was the Photography Editor, making
sure that any event was covered by himself or someone
else. Also of great assistance as far as photography
is concerened was Charlie Flagg of Miller Studio. He
did all our printing and processing as well as covering
most of the important events.
Finally, I would like to thank Chris Sheehan whc as
Business Manager helped raise over $1,000.00.
And Bob Murphy from American Publishers, who came
and picked up the pieces of our publishing problems.
I would like to explain a few things about this year's
book. Everyone wants their book to be a little different
so I decided to turn the book sideways and put he bind-
ing on the short side. This can make for different lay-
out ideas and I hope that we have done a good job with
One thing that I do not like to see in a yearbook is a
page loaded with pictures So we kept the layout fairly
light, at least with the candids. I feel orettv much the
same about copy. Many times yearbooks can be very
corny if they are filled with copy, because you run out
of things to say and how to say them. So we tried to
keep it to a minimum.
I hope you enjoy the book; I do. And take it for what it
is, a book of pictures to be felt and remembered.
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Steve Mechiinski — photo editor
CharlTe Flagg, Miller Studio
Patricia O'C Reach
Francis X. Lawson
Mr. & Mrs. Jerome K. Holloway, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Shade
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Gillet
Elaine L. Brown
Dorothy and Jack Vallely
Mr. & Mrs. Walter P. Green
Francis J. Linehan, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Wickham
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Cauper
Dr. & Mrs. C. Critides
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S.Hall
Matthew & Rose Mary Reardon
Mr. & Mrs. O. Zeppieri
Mr. & Mrs. John Y. Sanderson
Ruth Robbins and WiUiam A. Robbins
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Ross
Mr. & Mrs. John Mastro
Mr. & Mrs. Francis R. Reardon
Mrs. Lloyd A. Teague
Mr. & Mrs. James G. Murphy
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Cusack, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Werner P. Franke
Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Falcone
Harry & Brenda Shelton
Mr. & Mrs. George Frappier
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur P. Henderson
John & Gloria Packhem
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Turner
Mr. & Mrs. M.G. Weinstein
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Varga
Mrs. Joan H. McAuliffe
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Butryn
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony S.J. Tomasello
Mrs. Lillian M. Brown
Eugene & Natalie Neri
Mr. & Mrs. Warner L. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. MacPherson
Mr. & Mrs. Burton R. Levenson
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Verrochi
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Reilly
Dr. & Mrs. Heinz J. Lorge
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Pickell
Mr. Victor A. Ventura
Mrs. Edith Lucas
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford R. Faulkner
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Allen Bump
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Guy Lees
Mr. & Mrs. David F. Linowes
J. Chester and Gertrude M . Webb
Mr. & Mrs. Carl A. Kuniholm
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Malm
Robert A. Raeburn
Jay and Diane McMullen
Lawrence & Shirley Lashway
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Specifications: 1976 Curryer Yearbook contains
200 pages~650 copies were printed by Josten's
American Yearbook Co.
The 8 1/2" X 11" silk-screenedcover concept
by Tony Chung.