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LIBRARY 

U'WERSITY OF 
MA SSACHUSET TS 

AMHERST, MASS. 



INDEX 1968 




Editor-in-Chief 






Richard Sadowski 


Associate Editor 






John Sandhaus 


Managing Editor 






Cookie Inouye 


Photography Editors 






Neil Rennie 




Lowell Fitch 


Business Manager 






Richard Jacobsohn 


Advisor 






Dr. Dario Politella 



ATMOSPHERE 



ACADEMICS 



PARTICIPATION 




Editor: Janice Wroblewski 



Editor: Lyne Waldman 



Past Howard Johnson's 
and Ma's and the 
stoplights at Route 116, 
there are towers and a 
stadium in the distance. 
A pond is surrounded by 
a student union, a 
chapel, ubiquitous 
construction. What is 
this place called the 
University of 
Massachusetts? It is 
more than buildings and 
scenery — it is people, 
thousands of them. In 
the blurry crowd, there 
is an individual in the 
process of development. 
This is his story. 
Page 6 



Treading the path of 
coming to terms with 
himself, the individual 
faces his primary 
responsibility as a 
student. Once he 
registers, he must 
begin to meet stringent 
expectations delineated 
by himself, his family, 
his professors, and his 
future. How he does 
this is up to him. 
Page 22 



Belonging to the 
University is a powerful 
emotion —it comes with 
participating, through 
an intangible transmission 
of spirit. From the 
first home football game 
to a soul concert, from 
a pancake breakfast to 
voting for Ugly Man on 
Campus — the individual 
inherits that spirit. 
Page 78 



ORGANIZATION CULMINATION 





Editors: Frank Bialosiewicz 
Carol Megizsky 
Marianne Schmoyer 

Through an identification 
with others of similar 
interests, he transmits 
the spirit. Whether it 
be as a member of his 
class executive council 
or of a fraternity or 
sorority, his 
contribution to his 
own character, to his 
fellows, and to the 
campus community as a 
whole is measured in 
terms of dedication. 
Page 226 



Editors: Barbara Goldrick 

Christine Mandracia 



Immersion in the college 
experience — as a 
student, as a 

participant, as a member 
of a group — 
perpetrates a potential 
to assume one's place of 
relevance in society. 
The caps and gowns 
symbolize a materialization 
of answers to the 
questions: Who am I? 
Where am I going? The 
individual has 
culminated in a 
directive sense — he 
has yet to prove his 
value. 
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ACADEMICS 




Editor: Janice Wroblewski 



Treading the path of 
coming to terms with 
himself, the individual 
faces his primary 
responsibility as a 
student. Once he 
registers, he must 
begin to meet stringent 
expectations delineated 
by himself, his family, 
his professors, and his 
future. How he does 
this is up to him. 
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Registration Day 
Times Two in '68 

Registration 1968 can be remembered with 
less grief than ever before. The 
ultimate confusion and the irritation of 
eternal lines to reach the course rosters 
can be placed in the archives. 
The new two-day policy by student number 
was characterized by a separation of 
function. The purpose of Day #1 was to 
allow formal registration: the bulging 
packets of course schedules and 
multi-colored cards were distributed and 
filled out. The innovation is called 
Day #2 — Change of Courses. The student 
was given 24 hours to overcome the 
shocking schedule problems delivered by 
IBM and to contemplate solutions. 

Organization was maintained by continued 
adherence to student numbers, add-drop 
cards were rationed and stamped with ID's 
at the entrance, and the overall absence 
of confusion meant fewer battle scars for 
the students. 



New ID-punch system was used to ration add-drop cards. 






Books, Books, Books — 
the Means to an Education 



The Student Union Commonwealth Room was 
transformed from a make-shift snack bar to 
the student's bi-annual nightmare as the 
cartons were unloaded, the contents priced, 
the book lists posted, and the doors 
opened to admit hoards of onrushing 
students in eager anticipation of buying 
the tangible means to a not-so-tangible 
goal of knowledge. The lists appear 
lengthy, the piles of world intellect 
in individual bindings seemingly 
insurmountable. 

The student chooses his tools, bewails 
the weakness of his biceps, and trods 
in bewilderment to the cash register. 
He leaves in a strangely ambivalent 
state of poverty and wealth. 





Pass-Fail Program Encourages 
Students to Liberalize Course Selection 



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Statement of College of Arts and Sciences 



General. The action w4iich made the 
election of courses on a pass-fail basis 
possible is clear on some points and 
leaves others to the discretion of the in- 
structor or of the major department. It 
is definite in this respect: 

A course to be apidled to the Universi- 
ty Core requirements or to College of 
Arts and Sciences requirements may not 
be taken on the pass-fail I>a«s. 

Majors. The status of courses in a stu- 
dent's major is determined by Uie major 
department or committee. Tlie general 
rule adopted by most departments for 
their majors is: No course in the mini- 
mal requirements for iiie major, whether 
within the department or outside the de- 
partment, may be taken on liie pa^-fail 
basis. 

Elective*. The basic provisions for 
pass-fail gives the instructor of each 
course discretion concerning the accept- 
nace of registration of this sort. In tlie 
case of multiple section courses, all sec- 
tions wUl have the same policy. 

An effort has been made to get advance 
statements from all instructors as to the 
possibility of pass -fail registration. In 
general, a course which a student is tak- 
ing as an elective is open on a peiss-fail 
basis. 



The following courses are exceptions to 
this statement; they may NOT be taken 
on a pass-fail option. 



Anthropology 


103 


Geology 


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104 




280 


Art ■ 


100 




321 




102 




368 




115 


Govei'nment 


248 




120 


History all courses 




122 


Microbiology 


260 




280 




310 


Chemistry 


129 


Music 


101 




166 


Psychology 


* 215 




168 




* 221 




215 




* 261 




247 




* 263 




264 




* 301 




• 282 


Speech 


101 




287 




200 




288 




201 




290 




223 


English 


* 201 




281 




* 222 




282 




* 275 


Zoology 


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* 276 




* 221 


Geology 


101 




* 223 




102 




* 235 




104 




* 240 




220 




* 271 




231 




* 360 



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if the course is not filled by regular 
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sophomore year is eligible to use a pass-fail 
option in one course each semester. This option 
is open to eligible students in all courses 
except those needed by the student to satisfy 
core or distribution requirements of the 
University or of his school, courses in a 
student's major (unless otherwise ruled by his 
department), or any course in which an 
instructor refuses to admit students on a 
pass-fail basis. 

A pass-fail student who does passing work in a 
course is given a grade of "P". A "P" in a 
course earns a student graduation credits, but 
the course is not counted in his quality point 
average calculations. A pass-fail student who 
does failing work in a course is given the 
grade of "F". Credits for a failed course are 
included in quality point calculations. 

The student has ten days to decide whether to 
exercise the option and in what course he 
intends to place it. A pass-fail course 
cannot be converted to the regular grading 
basis after the ten-day period has passed. 

The Pass-Fail program, instituted this year, 
encourages upper-level students to be 
usefully venturesome in the choice of their 
elective courses. 



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''A Teacher 
Affects Eternity; 
He Can Never Tell 
Where His 
Influence Stops'' 
— Henry Adams 





The Student: 

His Search Through 

Thoughts and Discoveries 

of the Academic World 

Is Exhausting — 

His Job Is Never Done 







It's a strange thing . . . 

teaching. They say it's eager, 

shining faces and Simon Says. 

But it's not just that. It's 

reading groups and bulletin 

boards, discipline and parent 

problems. It's uncertainty and 

hesitation — fear of that first 

day and those inquisitive minds 

waiting for you to answer . . . 

EVERYTHING! You think of how it 

looked from the observation 

corridor, the beginning of your 

teaching development, and you 

remember how simple it all seemed 

as an outsider. Then you work 

with the kids — alone. And 

everything you've seen and heard 

materializes into a meaningful 

relationship. Constant 

preparation, careful explanation. 

Then, your apprehension. Will 

they understand? They have 

searching expressions, you pause, 

and you hope, and later you know . . . 






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School of Education 
to Revamp Curriculum 

The School of Education faces an atmosphere of 

experimentation and change under the innovative 

direction of Dwight W. Allen, newly-appointed 

dean and former associate professor of education 

at Stanford University. 

A greater emphasis will be placed on urban 

concerns in education caused by shifts in the 

population. Insertions and deletions in the 

present curriculum will be evaluated by a 

planning committee of faculty, graduate and 

undergraduate students. 




Study Published in 
Physiology of Movement 

Current concepts relating to the physiology of 

movement is the subject of Dr. Benjamin Ricci's 

recent publication, Physiological Basis of Human 

Performance. Dr. Ricci is the director of 

the laboratory of applied physiology in the 

School of Physical Education, one of the most 

up-to-date physiology laboratories in the 

country and the site of much of his research. 

The book is a study of the effect of physical 

exercise on the heart, lungs, and fluids. 

Dr. Ricci's work with students combines lecture 

and laboratory presentation and study of the 

application of the basic physiological concepts 

of the program of physical education, lending 

more comprehensive practical understanding to 

the skills and techniques emphasized in the 

curriculum. 






New Marketing Laboratory 
Houses First Experiment 





The role of marketing management in our economy 
is becoming increasingly important. The 
Marketing Department of the School of Business 
Administration offers a broad range of courses 
for those students interested in careers in 
advertising, sales, marketing administration, 
marketing research, and wholesale and retail 
enterprise. 

The Department's objective is to contribute to 
the education and effectiveness of marketing 
practitioners. Dr. M. Venkatesan conducted a 
razor blade experiment this past semester in 
which students participated directly in the study 
of consumer behavior. The students were divided 
into two groups; one was asked to indicate blade 
brand choice, the other was asked to guess what 
brand had been pre-selected by a computer. This 
obervation of consumer attitudes was the first 
experiment conducted in the new Marketing 
Research Laboratory, equipped with a one-way 
mirror, microphones, headsets, recorder, and two 
separate rooms to accommodate different groups 
simultaneously. As a result, students were 
given the opportunity to learn first-hand the 
intricacies of consumer behavior. 




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Department of Environmental Engineering 
Joins in Regional Fight Against Pollution 




In response to the need in Massachusetts 
and the region for increased emphasis on 
water supply and water and air pollution 
control, as well as for new technologies 
in managing the urban environment, the 
University of Massachusetts has greatly 
expanded its training and research 
program in environmental engineering. 

A basic objective of the program is 
training of civil engineers to become 
proficient in sanitary engineering areas 
of design and construction of public works. 

The laboratory instruction and research 
area comprises more than 8,000 square feet, 
which is equipped with the most advanced 
instruments, such as atomic absorption, 
ultra violet, and infra red 
spectrophotometers, gas chromatograph, 
and respirometers. 




Problems of the Deaf 
Researched in Electrical Engineering 






The Speech Processing Laboratory of the 
Electrical Engineering Department, under the 
direction of Dr. Ian B. Thomas, is concerned 
with the problems of the deaf. Successful 
articulation of speech sounds requires constant 
monitoring by the speaker. In cases of severe 
deafness such monitoring is not possible 
through the normal auditory channels and can 
only be accomplished by presentation of 
appropriate speech information to the deaf 
speaker through either the visual or tactual 
senses. 

A prosthetic device has been designed to provide 
an instant visual display of the significant 
features of speech sounds. The enunciation of 
any speech sound into the machine causes a 
characteristic pattern of lights to be 
illuminated on the machine's output panel. 
The machine provides an objective evaluation 
of the closeness of any sound to a desired 
sound and so is a valuable aid in speech 
therapy. 

The machine is also useful as a learning aid 
in the pronunciation of foreign sounds. The 
language student is simply instructed to 
produce the output display w/hich characterizes 
the desired foreign sound. 






Restaurant and Hotel Management 

Students Aim to 
Serve Hungry Americans 





The curriculum in Restaurant and Hotel 
Management is offered by the Department 
of Food Science and Technology. The 
program provides technical and 
professional information for persons 
who plan a career in ownership, sales, 
or management in the hotel-motel, food 
service, or related fields. 

Courses include food service and personnel 
management, laws of innkeeping, principles 
of restaurant and hotel sales, and food 
preparation and service. Specific 
training is balanced with a selection of 
courses in the arts and sciences which 
serve to broaden the students' interests in 
and appreciations of society. 





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School of Home Economics 
Offers Independent Study 

Academically qualified food and nutrition majors in the 
School of Home Economics can be selected to participate 
in a course of independent study called Special Problems 
in Foods. The student develops ideas on an experimental 
basis, compares contrived with conventional methods of 
food preparation, tests acceptability by means of 
objective chemical analysis and subjective reactions of 
a taste test panel, confers w/ith faculty and advisers, 
and draws conclusions from the study. 

In the course of study, the student familiarizes herself 

with experimental procedures and becomes acquainted with 

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College of Arts 
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Highlighted by 
New Library Policy 



"Stacks are open to all UMass students. 
No books, brief cases, book bags to be 
taken into stacks." The sign at the 
entrance to Goodell Library represents 
a decision for change prompted by slow 
service and crowded conditions at the 
circulation desk. Students have the 
advantages of expedient self service 
and direct contact with research 
materials on the shelves. 

The new traffic system includes one 
entrance and one exit complete with a 
security guard to measure the integrity 
of the student and to check for illegal 
export of library materials. 

The change symbolizes a step in academic 
freedom and enriches the learning 
experience of the student researcher. 




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Language Labs 
Emphasize 
Individual 
Achievement 

The student in the language lab is able 
to take advantage of a self-set pace of 
learning. His tools are tapes, 
textbooks, and teachers. His methods 
are speaking, listening, and repeating. 
He is removed from his classmates. 
He participates freely in the 
surroundings of his soundproof booth. 
On occasion his teacher listens and 
corrects. He repeats, compares, and 
learns . . . individually. 



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Offers Therapeutic Services 

to Children of the Community 








children with communication disorders in 
the Amherst community are offered the 
therapeutic services of the Speech and 
Hearing Clinic, a part of the University 
Department of Speech. Undergraduate majors 
in speech pathology receive clinical 
experience in developing methods of 
treatment and applying them to the 
youngsters. Each student therapist works 
with one child, creating an atmosphere of 
familiarity and confidence based on an 
understanding of family background gained 
through pre-treatment interviews with 
parents. 

Advantages are two-fold: the patient 
benefits from the emphasis on up-to-date 
methodology in the dynamic University 
setting, and the student is able to 
effectively correlate theory with 
practice in the learning process. 



Technical Aspects of Communication 
Assist in the Study of Abnormalities 



Students in Communications Science Lab record and interpret data 

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of normal speech patterns. 





''Art is a human activity 
having for its purpose 
the transmission to 
others of the highest 
and best feelings to 
which men have risen/' 



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Scholarship Fund Established in Memory of 





Howard Lebow 



The University of Massachusetts Department of 
Music has established a trust fund for 
scholarships to assist both graduate and 
undergraduate music students in memory of 
the late Howard M. Lebow, professor of piano 
and concert artist whose untimely death in an 
automobile accident in January cut short a 
brilliant musical career. The scholarships 
will be awarded to students, selected by a 
special music committee, who demonstrate 
musical potential according to the ideals 
and standards of excellence that Lebow set 
for himself and for his students. 

Lebow was graduated from the Juilliard School 
of Music in 1957, received his master's 
degree in 1959, and was the winner of the 
school's highest pianistic honor, the 
Morris Loeb Memorial Prize. He studied at 
the State Academy of Music in Hamburg, 
Germany; the International Institute for New 
Music in Darmstadt, Germany; and the 
Mozarteum Summer Academy in Salzburg, Austria. 
He studied under Edward Steuermann, a pupil 
of composer Ferruccio Busoni, and became 
well-known for his performances of Busoni's 
works. 

Lebow came to the University of Massachusetts 
in 1965 to assume his position as Assistant 
Professor of Piano. 

Internationally acclaimed as a remarkable 
pianist by music critics, Lebow was widely 
recognized as having a faultless technique, 
a richly varied touch, and a distinctive 
feeling for style. "It is only Lebow," said 
the Darmstaedter Echo, "who puts every fiber 
of his body and soul into the keys and truly 
performs with the utmost clarity, 
transparentness and plasticity." 

Dr. Philip Bezanson, head of the department 
said, "The music department feels this 
memorial fund is a most fitting way to 
perpetuate the memory of Howard Lebow. He 
was actively interested in trying to develop 
scholarships for the music department. 
Because of his genuine interest in talented 
students it is most fitting that talented 
students should continue to receive help 
in his name." 



Zoology Provides First-Hand Learning 

Zoology may revive painful memories of long lab hours, 

tedious dissections, and writer's cramp. But, to the 

students, there's more than just scalpels and lectures. 

The field trip provides a different kind of learning in 

the form of first-hand experience unequalled in a 

laboratory dissecting session. The student surveys the 

environment, devises methods of trapping, and informally 

discusses his observations with his classmates. Although 

it may mean wading boots, mud, and discomfort, the 

practical impact of the student's participation in a lesson 

of this nature surpasses that of a whole week of lectures. 








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You have to come early to find a seat, 

the lecture hall is dark and you hear 

music playing in the background, a man 

begins to speak softly and directly 

about nature and life— the class is 

Botany 101 and the man? Ryan Drum. 

A man who considers learnings one of 

the most "pleasurable things that 

happens", Drum stresses the primacy 

of the student as a person over the 

student as a student. He encourages 

learning rather than forcing it, and 

reminds his students that despite the 

pleasurable aspect of learning, ease of 

attainment is not automatic. To 

facilitate the mutual participation 

essential to learning. Drum has tried 

to "employ integrated mixed media as a 

means of vitalizing botannical material." 

The personal excitement the man feels 
about his subject is generated to his 
students. They crowd around him after 
lecture, invite him to their dorms, and 
visit his office in a spirit of 
fascination. Drum stimulates thought- 
he is a permanent part of the intellectual 
prowess of his students. 




and Students Second'' — Ryan Drum 





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New Course in Ceneral Chemistry 
Designed for Non-science Majors 




In a lecture demonstration. Professor Zajicek . 



The Chemistry Department has instituted 
a new course sequence in its introductory 
program geared toward the non-science major. 
The purpose of Chemistry 101 and 102 is not 
to prepare the student for advanced work in 
chemistry, but rather to present a study 
of the fundamental chemical laws and 
theories, with the object of giving the 
student a sound scientific training 
through a course in chemistry. During 
the first semester, a demonstration 
period replaces individual laboratory 
work. The second semester curriculum 
includes a laboratory period as well as 
a discussion of chemistry's practical 
applications. 

Through the methods of observation and 
application, the student gains a broader 
perspective of chemistry to apply in a 
society so greatly influenced by science. 





explores electrical conductivity . 



of solutions. 



Honor 

Societies 

Recognize 

Potential for 

Contribution 

to Academic 

Community 



A step in the student's academic growth comes with election 
to one of the University's fifteen academic honor societies. 
The societies do not merely confer laurels upon which the 
superior scholar may rest; they recognize his potential to 
return to the academic community a measure of the knowledge 
and maturity he has gained in his academic pursuits and 
provide a challenging opportunity to contribute to the 
growth and excellence of the University. Typical of the 
traditional programs are student — faculty coffee hours, 
lectures and symposia open to the 4 — college community, 
construction of laboratory equipment and other instructional 
aids, supplementary instruction and tutoring programs, 
educational film series, and the award of scholarships, 
fellowships, and loans for study at both undergraduate and 
graduate levels. 

Through a new means called the Council of Academic Honor 
Societies, representatives of the societies consider 
problems of common concern and develop ways in which 
betterment of the academic community can be effected 
co-operatively. 




7968 Metawampee Award Recipient: 

Robert W. Gage, M.D, 
Director, University Health Services 



Administration Steers the University 





Mark Noffsinger, Associate Dean of Students 



Helen Curtis, Dean of Women 



William Tunis, Dean of Admissions and Records 




Through a Year of Policy Changes and Progress 




William Field, Dean of Students 



Robert Hopkins, Dean of Men 




Leo Redfern, Dean of Administration 




Robert McCartney, Secretary 





Oswald Tippo, Provost 



Kenneth Johnson, Treasurer 




President Lederle, on behalf of the administration, speaks 
to students agitating for academic and social reform. 




President and Mrs. Lederle combine dinner and informal 
discussions with students at Kappa Kappa Gamma. 




"There is a great tendency, I am afraid, to 
categorize educational experiences. Students, 
for instance, often speak of their education in 
terms of individual courses or teachers. 

To me, a university education is the totality of 
four years of varied experiences. All learning 
is not in the classroom. Look at the variety of 
enriching experiences available in the 
residential colleges. The highlight of a day 
might be a brief visit to an art exhibit, an 
evening of relaxation listening to the 
University Symphony, or a furious debate in the 
Hatch on a moral or political issue. Each is 
educational in a different way. 

The opportunity to probe the mind of an exciting 
professor in a private conversation in his office 
can be extremely stimulating. What makes a 
professor tick? What is he like personally when 
separated from his notes in the lecture hall? 

The disciplined mind of a halfback waiting behind 
his blockers until the last minute, the trenchant 
presentation of student senators pushing for a 
new program, a magazine editor editing copy and 
laying out pictures, are all educational 
experiences that are almost totally unaffected 
by what goes on in the classroom. A truly 
valuable educational experience may be simply 
learning to live harmoniously with others in a 
residence hall. 

Our bright young students are all unique. They 
come from the cities and the farms, from 
Massachusetts, from other states and from 
overseas. Some are well-to-do; others have a 
tough time making ends meet. The point is that 
they rub off on one another. Each has something 
to contribute and something to receive from his 
daily contacts. When we share our ideals, 
beliefs, knowledge and experiences through books, 
professors, classrooms, residence halls, or 
extracurricular activities in a balanced way, we 
are participating fully in education and 
developing our individual personalities into 
The Whole Man." 

John W. Lederle 
President, University of Massachusetts 



PARTICIPATION 




Editor: Lyne Waldman 

Belonging to the 
University is a powerful 
emotion— it comes with 
participating, through 
an intangible transmission 
of spirit. From the 
first home football game 
to a soul concert, from 
a pancake breakfast to 
voting for Ugly Man on 
Campus — the individual 
inherits that spirit. 
Page 78 



Incoming Freshmen 

Greet the University 

with Truckloads of Valuables 

and Great Expectations 




Convocation 1967: 
President Lederle Stresses Freedom and Order 

as Keys to University Growth . . . 




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with the Burden of Success on the Individual 




Fall: A Time to Begin 




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Tops Off Day of Enthusiasm 



The prospect of upsetting Dartmouth in a 

regionally televised home football game 

and of freshmen celebrating the end of 

upperclass tyranny formed the backdrop of 

the first Class Day at the University. 

Sponsored by the Classes of 1968, 1969, 

and 1970, Class Day represented an 

upperclass welcome to the Class of 1971. 

A welcome it certainly was, when after 

the first period Redmen field goal, '71 

beanies spiraled into the air to the tune 

of the University Marching Band and a 

cascade of fireworks. The enthusiasm 

of the day carried into the evening, as 

a packed Cage stomped, swayed, and snapped 

its fingers to the soul sounds of Jimmy 

Helms, Stevie Wonder, and Wilson Pickett. 

The last strains of the Wilson Pickett 

Band marked the end of the day and the 

beginning of a tradition. 








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Football: Long Hours of Preparation 
for Saturday's Violence 




Unlike the one-day-a-week escape it is for the fan, 

football is a daily, grueling ritual for the participant. 

Besides carrying a normal study load, the Massachusetts 

football player must devote some four to five hours a 

day to his pastime. 

Practice begins at four and consists of two hours 

of head-butting, knocking, running, listening, drilling, 

and hitting. Mostly hitting. Regular offensive and 

defensive maneuvers are polished, new ideas added, and 

the up-coming opponent's alignments and strategies are 

plotted against. 

Each evening, the players meet in the Boyden 

gymnasium with the coaches of their respective units. 

Chalk talks and film analysis comprise most of the 

meeting time, and the final strategy for Saturday's 

game is mapped out. 

Saturday, the week's labor is rewarded. By noon, 

most of the players are at the stadium for taping and 

strapping. The armor of combat: pads, helmet, and cleats, 

is donned and the player is now ready to bring his seven 

day struggle of physical power to its weekly climax. 

The real hitting begins now. 






Head Coach Vic Fusia observes with interest as an assistant 
coach lectures to the defensive unit at one of the nightly team meetings. 




It's game time, as Co-Captains Jim Mitchell and Greg Landry 
lead the Redmen onto the field at Orono, Maine for the 1967 opener. 




Cametime: 

an Explosion 

of Violence 

and 

Spontaneous Emotion 





The job of the defense is simple; don't let the 
other team score. The Massachusetts Redmen 
managed to do this quite nicely on several 
occasions in 1967, while failing just twice. 
At one point, during a mid-season four game span, 
they held the opposition scoreless for 13 
consecutive quarters. 

The outstanding defensive player, as chosen by 
Varsity M Club, was line backer Ernie Smith. The 
small but tough senior stopped many a drive with 
his hard tackling and aggressive pass defense. 

Defensive tackle Kent Stevens had his best year 
and was named the outstanding senior lineman by 
the Boston Alumni Club. Stevens and senior end 
Paul Miinar made two of the biggest plays of the 
season in the closing minutes of the Rhode Island 
game. With the Rams ten yards from the winning 
touchdown, they each broke through on successive 
plays to down the URI passer and preserve the 
Homecoming victory. 





Two of the hardest Redman hitters were Mike McArdte (25) and Ernie 

Smith (65). Both mere All-Conference, Smith at linebacker and McArdle 

at corner back. In addition, McArdle was named Co-Captain for 7968. 



A pair of agile All-Conference defensive linemen, tackle 
Kent Stevens C66; and end Paul Mlinar (89), attacking the 
New Hampshire quarterback. 



The Defenders — Football's Headhunter's; 
''If You Hold the Enemy Scoreless, 
You Cannot Lose'' 




Individual and Collective Efforts 
Characterize the Big Plays 



The 1967 football season was filled with exciting 

moments, great individual and collective efforts, 

and timely big plays. 

in the opening game at Maine, the offensive line 

totally dominated the Black Bears' defense, and 

Massachusetts romped 30 — 9; but the following week 

saw a defensive collapse as Dartmouth ruined 

Massachusetts' TV debut 28—10. 

A Conference battle at Connecticut resulted in 

the biggest offensive explosion of the season. 

Quarterback Greg Landry triggered a 35 point 

barrage, scoring twice himself on 34 and 73 yard runs. 

The Homecoming game with Rhode Island provided 

the season's most exciting game. The Rams stunned 

the Redmen with an opening play touchdown bomb, 

rolling up a 24 — 14 halftime lead. But the defense 

tightened in the second half, and Landry finished 

an exciting comeback by racing 37 yards for the 

winning touchdown. The final score: 28 — 24. 




Battle-scarred and tired. Senior guard 

Bob Santucci takes a needed rest. He was named 

to the All-Conference and All-New England teams. 



A Dartmouth ball carrier meets some head-on competition from Paul Campbell. 
Other Redmen include Bruce Combar (53), Tom York (84), Ernie Smith (65), and Paul Mlinar (89). 





This band ot determined Redmen, Paul Campbell (34), Steve Rogers (40), Mike McArdte (25), and Ernie Smith, 
bring a sudden stop to a Rhode Island runner's progress. 




The Redmen shut out their next two opponents, 
both away; at Boston University 24-0, and at 
Vermont 21—0. 

The final home game saw Massachusetts facing a 
new opponent, Rutgers. Capitalizing on numerous 
Rutgers mistakes, the Redmen took a commanding 
lead to win 30 — 7. 

The Yankee Conference championship was decided 
the following week as the Redmen faced the New 
Hampshire Wildcats. With the field a sea of mud, 
the Redmen fought their way to a bitter 14 — 13 win. 
Last minute defensive heroics assured Massachusetts 
of its fourth Conference title in the last five 
years. 

The season's finale was a heartbreaking defeat, 
as Boston College crushed the Redmen 25 — 0. 




A quick, powerful runner, sophomore halfback Craig Lovell had 
his best day at the expense of Boston University. 



All-Conference split end Nick Warnock led the Redmen in pass 
receiving with 29 catches, and was named Co-Captain for 7968. 



Quarterback Greg Landry finished his varsity 

career at Massachusetts as the greatest 

offensive performer in New England football 

history, amassing over 4000 yards in total 

offense, and holding 14 school, Yankee 

Conference, and New England offensive records. 

Named to the All Conference team the last two 

seasons, he was a unanimous All-New England 

selection in 1967, and was the winner of the 

coveted Harry Agganis and Bulger Lowe Awards 

as New England's outstanding gridster. 

At the season's end, he performed in the 

North-South All Star game in Miami, and was 

the first quarterback in the country selected 

in the AFL-NFL draft when he was chosen on 

the first round by the Detroit Lions. 




Potent Offense Features Tough, Proven 
Veterans and Talented Sophomores 




The Massachusetts offense returned to its high scoring 
ways in 1967 after a dismal, injury-ridden 1966 season. 
Greg Landry's support was comprised of a corps of proven 
veterans and some very capable newcomers. 

Co-captain Jim Mitchell did a solid blocking job at tackle 
and guards Don Clogowski and Bob Santucci gave steady, 
reliable performances. The only other starting Senior was 
tight end Bill Carty, who finished as the team's second 
leading receiver, with 15 pass receptions. 

The leading receiver was split end Nick Warnock, who also 
did an effective job of punting. Two other Juniors, Noel 
Schablik and Bob Sheehan shared the center spot, while 
halfback Tim Driscoll, fullback Bruce Cochrane, and Fred 
Hairston ran and blocked well. 

The Sophomores were outstanding. Mike Cooney moved right 
into a starting berth at tackle, and wingback Jerry 
Grasso was the team's most versatile threat, scoring six 
touchdowns. Sophomores Craig Lovell and Ed Sarno showed 
considerable promise, while kick returner Steve Parnell 
excited the crowds with his long runbacks. 



Co-captain jim Mitchell started every game at tackle 
during his varsity career, and earned All-Conference 
and All-New England recognition in 7967. 



junior tackle Ed Sherman missed his initial extra point attempt, after the season's first touchdown; 
he never missed again, as he booted a record 25 straight conversions and three field goals. 





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For Greg Landry, 

a Great Finish 

to a Spectacular Career; 

for Vic Fusia, 

a Satisfying 7—2 Season; 

for the Seniors, 

a Three-Year Yankee 

Conference Record of 

14—1; 

for the Underclassmen, 

Next Year 



Bedlam Reigns 

as the Boston Red Sox 

Win theA.L. Flag 



On October 1, at 7:39 P.M., a mighty roar, "We're 
Number One!" burst out of every dormitory on 
campus. It grew, and grew, and grew — louder and 
louder as 6,000 worshippers reveled in the newly- 
won knowledge that their Boston Red Sox had 
clinched the pennant. Pouring out of their rooms, 
the wild-eyed fans kissed, hugged and screamed 
their way to an impromptu bonfire by the pond and 
a victory march through Amherst. The joy and 
excitement of the night carried through the World 
Series as television rooms were jammed, transistor 
radios were ever present and studies were 
forgotten. The Red Sox eventually lost the World 
Series, but their University fans will never 
forget those exciting two weeks. 













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Homecoming 1967 — 
Football, Floats 
and Royalty , . . 



Donovan's Suspended Mysticism 




Solid Soul of Mitch Ryder . . 




Parade, rally, bonfire and psychedelic light and 

sound show were but a few events to entertain 

students and greet alumni Friday night — 

the start of Homecoming 1967. 

Saturday afternoon filled Alumni Stadium with 

exuberant fans, thrilled by the performance of a 

victorious Redmen team against the University of 

Rhode Island. Shirley Capecci, Class of 1970, 

reigned as Homecoming Queen over the weekend 



events. The post-game hours of reunions and 
victory celebrations set the spirit for the 
Saturday evening entertainment of Mitch Ryder 
and the Happenings. Sunday's dichotomy of sound 
contrasted the sophisticated jazz of Stan Cetz 
with the contemporary folk-rock of Donovan. 

For undergraduates, the weekend spurred 
anticipation for future years, while giving 
alumni fond memories of University life. 




Electronics and colors surrounded 
the performance of the Blues Magoos. 



The sophisticated sax of Stan Cefz created 
an upbeat aura of jazz. 



The Boys from New York City paralleled their 
way-out sounds with even wilder stage settings. 



The psychedelic light and sound show, "After the 
Third World Raspberry", stimulated unprecedented 
excitement Friday night. 





Talent acclaimed in 
every way, the 
Happenings provided 
entertainment for all. 




Redman Booters 5 — 5 Overall; Second in Conference 






Led by co-captains Gerry Cellilli and 
Dick Hale, the Redman soccer team finished 
its season with an overall 5 — 5 tally, and a 
Yankee Conference record of 4 — 1. 

Coach Larry Briggs was sidelined halfway 
through the season with an infected foot, and 
Dean Dave Bischoff assumed the regular 
coaching duties for the remaining matches. 

Key Conference games were played versus 
Connecticut and Vermont. The Connecticut 
game, a hard-fought battle, required two 
overtime periods to result in a Redman win. 
The crucial game, however, came against 
four-year-rival Vermont, the defending 
champion. Although the Redmen went down to 
defeat 3 — 0, they secured second place in the 
Conference for the second year in a row. 

Superlative performances were turned in 
by Seniors: Gerry Cellilli, All New England 
and All Yankee Conference; Dick Hale, All 
Yankee Conference; and Marty Smith, Honorable 
Mention in the Yankee Conference. 





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MASSACHUSETTS 2 

MASSACHUSETTS 1 

MASSACHUSETTS 3 

MASSACHUSETTS 2 

MASSACHUSETTS 2 

MASSACHUSETTS 1 

MASSACHUSETTS 

MASSACHUSETTS 6 

MASSACHUSETTS 5 



MAINE 


1 


CONNECTICUT 


1 


TRINITY 


3 


RHODE ISLAND 


1 


WORCESTER 




POLYTECH 


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TUFTS 


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AMHERST 


3 


VERMONT 


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COAST GUARD 


3 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


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Folk Concert Proceeds 

Donated to JFK 

Memorial Roonn 




Entertainment was not the only objective of the 

J.F.K. Memorial Concert. The proceeds will be 

contributed toward the construction of a 

memorial room to the late President Kennedy 

in the newly-appropriated 28-story University 

Library. 

Featuring Phil Ochs, the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, 

and the Mitchell Trio, the afternoon concert 

of November 29 was a presentation of unique 

and varied styles in folk music. 




Concert Association Delights 

Audience with 

Arthur Fiedler and the 

Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra 




S.f.N.D.O.F.f. 

Sophomores 

End November 

December Off 

for Fun 



The University's first S.E.N. D.O.F.F. Weekend, 

presented by the Class of 1970, highlighted the 

start of the basketball season with the comical 

and skillful ball-tossing of the Harlem 

Globetrotters. Following Friday night's 

Bitter Send Night Club with Jackie Washington 

and the Times Square Two, and Saturday's 

Turtles, Simon and Garfunkel harmonized 

November to a close and started December off 

for fun. 







Talented in 
song and comedy. 
The Times Square Two 
entertained the night 
club audience. 



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Massachusetts' Gymnasts Steadily Developed 
Under the Leadership of Coach Kjeldsen . . . 





Sen/or tri-captain Bob Ledair shows perfect 
form as he runs through his side horse exercise. 

Senior Toby Kasavana works on form for the long horse event. 




MASS. 


168.00 


SOUTHERN CONN. 


174.00 


MASS. 


159.00 


LONG ISLAND 




122.00 


MASS. 


159.00 


WESTCHESTER 


STATE 


147.00 


MASS. 


166.00 


TEMPLE 




183.00 


MASS. 


176.50 


PENN STATE 




188.55 


MASS. 


179.95 


ARMY 




167.70 


MASS. 


177.00 


PITTSBURGH 




103.00 


MASS. 


179.00 


SPRINGFIELD 




171.55 


MASS. 


172.80 


NAVY 




174.55 


MASS. 


174.70 


SYRACUSE 




139.70 



. . to Finish with a Winning Season 




Senior Tri-Captain Fred Babakian polishes his side horse routine during , 
practice iession before the E.I.C.L. meet. 



Tri-captains Fred Babakian, Steve Brown, and Bob Leclair 
led the Redman gymnasts to their first winning season, 
and highest League position since joining the Eastern 
Intercollegiate Gymnastic League four years ago. The 
Redmen held third place going into the League 
championships, but were edged by Springfield and Navy 
to finish the season in fifth position with a 6 — 4 
overall and a 4 — 3 League record. 

Junior Dick DelGallo, who performed on the rings, 
competed in the NCAA Gymnastics Championships in Tucson, 
Arizona, finishing in eighth place, the highest finish 
for a Massachusetts gymnast in the team's history. 




Coach Eric Kjeldsen gives 
Sophomore Joe Reed a 
helping hand in his 
floor exercise routine. 



Hockey '68 Features 

a Frustrating Offense and . . . 




Jeff Sanborn, Massachusetts' 
leading scorer, takes the puck down the ice. 





an Inconsistent Defense 




Frustration and disappointment marked this year's 
hockey team. Lack of size and experience, coupled 
with inconsistent play and defense hurt on the 
ice against a powerful opposing schedule. The 
pucksters compiled a 5 — 11 ECAC Division II 
record and a 5 — 15 overall. 

Two players who must be acknowledged for their 
efforts are wing Jeff Sanborn and goalie Peter 
Scoville. Junior Sanborn scored 18 goals and 14 
assists for 32 points in 20 games. He was high 
scorer for the team and is seventh on the all-time 
Massachusetts scoring lists. Sophomore Scoville 
kept the Redmen in many games, making a total of 
708 saves, including an incredible 65 saves 
against powerhouse New Hampshire, for an average 
of 37.3 per game. 

Coach Caniff has brighter hopes for next year's 
squad. He loses only three men to graduation; 
team captain Frank Buckler, Don Robinson, and 
Dave Goldberg. With so many returning lettermen 
and a strong Freshman team to fill in the ranks. 
Coach Caniff is looking for a winning season next year. 



Two Redmen combine efforts 
to block an opponent's shot. 

The Redman defense teams up 
to prevent a New Hampshire goal. 




The Loneliest Position: Goalie 








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AMHERST 


2 


MASSACHUSETTS 


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COLBY 


8 


MASSACHUSETTS 


4 


BOWDOIN 


9 


MASSACHUSETTS 


1 


A.I.C. 


6 


MASSACHUSETTS 


4 


BOSTON STATE 


5 


MASSACHUSETTS 


1 


OHIO 


4 


MASSACHUSETTS 


1 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


8 


MASSACHUSETTS 


4 


CONNECTICUT 


2 


MASSACHUSETTS 


1 


COLBY 


9 


MASSACHUSETTS 


3 


WILLIAMS 


6 


MASSACHUSETTS 


4 


VERMONT 


9 


MASSACHUSETTS 


1 


ARMY 


6 


MASSACHUSETTS 


4 


CONNECTICUT 


7 


MASSACHUSETTS 


8 


HOLY CROSS 


4 


MASSACHUSETTS 


5 


AMHERST 


3 


MASSACHUSETTS 


4 


NORWICH 


9 


MASSACHUSETTS 


3 


HOLY CROSS 


5 


MASSACHUSETTS 





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Winifred the Woebegone attempts to fill an 
opening for a princess in "Once Upon a Mattress." 





L'il Abner, Daisy Mae and two of Dogpatch's 
finest bring hillbilly hysteria to UMass. 




From Knighthood 
and Chivalry 
to the World 
of Sadie Hawkins 



The Operetta Guild opened its musical 
season with "Once Upon a Mattress." 
The comedy take-off on the fairy tale 
"The Princess and the Pea" brought the 
splendor of medieval times to the stage. 
Its second production brought madness 
and mayhem to UMass as the comic strip 
world of Al Capp was recreated in the 
zany and hilarious musical "L'il Abner." 
Throughout a successful campus and 
state-wide engagement the good citizens 
of Dogpatch demonstrated the advantages 
of the hillbilly over the city slicker. 



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International 

Opinions Viewed 

Through DVP 

The Distinguished Visitors Program is 

financed and operated by the undergraduate 

students of the University for the purpose 

of keeping the university community 

sensitive to the world in yvhich it exists. 

In accordance with this purpose, it seeks 

to bring to the campus those persons whose 

experience in international and domestic 

affairs, the sciences, the humanities and 

the arts qualify them to interpret, 

explain and raise questions about life in 

all its dimensions. Furthermore, the 

Distinguished Visitors Program seeks to 

stimulate critical thought and debate by 

presenting a balanced range of opinion 

with respect to a given issue. 




Combining humor with emotion, Dick Gregory spoke 
to a packed audience about racism and Black Power. 



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Former assistant to Presidents Kennedy and Joiinson, 
Arthur Schlesinger spol(e about the Vietnam dilemma. 

Supreme Court Justice Douglas diverged from 
his speech of law by discussing current problems. 



Vietnam was the topic as Former Ambassador Tran 
Van Dinh related America's role in world events. 




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Winter Intramurals Shorten . . . 




the Long Months 






The intramural program at the University of 
Massachusetts occupies an important position in 
a student's campus life. It affords every student 
the opportunity to participate in some form of 
competitive activity. The program itself covers 
all seasons and all sports no matter what the 
individual's interests. 

The success of the program depends primarily 
upon student interest in planning and executing 
it, as well as in actual participation. 

Massachusetts has had an informal intramural 
program since 1949. However, the program has 
been growing in proportion with the school. 
Widespread undergraduate, graduate, and faculty 
participation in intramural sports is becoming a 
tradition at the University of Massachusetts. 



Winter Carni 1968 Starts with a Bang 




Johnny C . . . Informally 




"I would ralhfr j;o oul 

and entertain 

than discuss Vietnam. 

I think people 

want to he entertained. 

You go out of business after 

you talk about such issues." 



"I tike to do 

college performances. 

The audience 

is more sophisticated; 

the kids are really hip 

to things happening." 



"No, I don't think marijuana 

should be legalized. It is 

psychologically addicting. 

I think it might 

lose some of its 

popularity though. " 





And H-e-r-e-'s 
Johnny 



Johnny Carson made one of his rare 
college performances as the Saturday 
night highlight of Winter Carni 1968. 
The congenial Tonight Show host 
delighted the audience with his 
rapid-fire humor, while Doc Severinsen 
and the NBC orchestra provided musical 
diversions of reverberating sounds. 
A dancing trip through the ages was 
performed by the team of Bud and Cici 
Robinson, and a vocal interlude by 
CeCe Grant completed a show of music, 
dance, wit, and song. The Johnny 
Carson Show was a welcomed addition 
to the list of our favorite things. 




Olympics Spectacular 

Follows 

Friday Night's 

''Your Father's Mustache'' 



Entertainment for Friday night included 

the Banjo Band and the "Great Friendship", 

as the Student Union Ballroom was transformed 

into "Your Father's Mustache" Night Club. 

Audience participation was the emphasis 

as waiters as well as guests joined 

in the repertory of old songs. 

Participation was also the theme 

of Saturday's Winter Olympics. 

Contests on ice were rewarding for all: 

trophies for the participants 

and hilarity for the observers. 




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Comedian Frank Welker consistently broke up 
the audience with his riotous routines. 



The Byrds, nationally acclaimed, presented their 
best sounds to the audience at the Sunday show. 






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To the Last Basket: 
a Struggle 
Ending in 
Triumph 



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HAMPSHIRE 


67 


MASSACHUSETTS 


66 


RHODE 








ISLAND 


76 


MASSACHUSETTS 


71 


PITTSBURGH 


73 


MASSACHUSETTS 


62 


AIR FORCE 


71 


MASSACHUSETTS 


66 


FORDHAM 


71 


MASSACHUSETTS 


78 


MAINE 


39 


MASSACHUSETTS 


78 


RIDER 


55 


MASSACHUSETTS 


56 


TEXAS 








CHRISTIAN 


63 


MASSACHUSETTS 


92 


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MARY 


86 


MASSACHUSETTS 


71 


HOLY CROSS 


65 


MASSACHUSETTS 


98 


NEW 








HAMPSHIRE 


73 


MASSACHUSETTS 


82 


VERMONT 


85 


MASSACHUSETTS 


77 


PROVIDENCE 


83 


MASSACHUSETTS 


69 


YALE 


83 


MASSACHUSETTS 


65 


CONNECTICUT 


63 


MASSACHUSETTS 


71 


A.I.C. 


69 


MASSACHUSETTS 


70 


BOSTON 








COLLEGE 


94 


MASSACHUSETTS 


96 


VERMONT 


58 


MASSACHUSETTS 


69 


HOLY CROSS 


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MASSACHUSETTS 


56 


CONNECTICUT 


44 


MASSACHUSETTS 


53 


ST. JOHN'S 


55 


MASSACHUSETTS 


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ISLAND 


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MASSACHUSETTS 


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MAINE 


66 


MASSACHUSETTS 


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NORTHEASTERN 


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MASSACHUSETTS 


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UNIVERSITY 


68 



Hard Work . . 



The basketball season started off on a 

bright note with an opening game win 

over New Hampshire at the Cage; but the 

outlook turned bleak when the hoopsters 

lost their next four games on the road, 

one a Conference game versus Rhode 

Island. Two of the losses were at the 

Steel Bowl, one a heartbreaker against 

Pittsburgh lost in the last seconds 

after the Redmen had led throughout the game. 

After their disappointing road trip, 

Leaman's squad returned to the Cage for 

two easy victories. Of these, the Maine 

game provided a surprise for the Redmen 

in the playing of Dick Samuelson, who 

took over the position of center when 

Pete Gayeska was ejected. 

During Christmas break, the hoopsters 

traveled to Storrs for the Connecticut 

Classic, an event which pits Yankee 

Conference teams against Southern teams. 

Massachusetts dropped the first game of 






and a Desire to Win 

the tourney to Texas Christian, but 
came back in the second to trounce 
William and Mary. 

The Redmen won their next two games on 
the road during intersession, and 
seemed on their way to a third at 
Vermont when John Shockro scored at the 
buzzer to send the game into overtime. 
However, the Catamounts were not to be 
stopped, and Massachusetts went down to 
defeat, dropping to fourth place in the 
Conference standings. 

The first game of the new semester was 
played at the Cage against Providence. 
Although the Redmen were defeated, Coach 
Leaman resolved the last position on his 
starting team with Senior Gary Gasperack. 

The televised ECAC game-of-the-week at 
Yale turned out to be a disaster. The 
Redmen never stood a chance after the 
start of the second half when they were 
down by twenty points. 



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An important Conference win came against UConn 

at the Cage. After a close game, the Redmen 

finished ahead by two points scored in a 25-foot 

last-second basket by Tindall. Tindall duplicated 

this feat in the next game, A.l.C, with only two 

seconds left. A steal by Shockro cinched the win. 

The next contest proved a disaster for the Redmen. 

They were completely outclassed by Bob Cousy's 

B.C. veterans. But on their return to the Cage 

they came back, avenging their earlier loss to 

Vermont by outscoring them by 28 points. Leaman 

took out all the starters except Tindall, who 

established a new scoring record for one game 

with 41 points. 

The Redmen suffered a disappointing loss in their 

next game. They were literally fouled out of the 

game as Holy Cross went to the line 23 times in 

the last half as opposed to Massachusetts' six. 






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and Joe DiSarcina (10) 
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Conference Joe DiSarcina 
shows his superb ball- 
handling ability against 
two Providence Friars. 
BELOW: Sophomore sensation 
Ray Ellerbrook goes up 
lor two important points 
in the close conference 
clash with Connecticut. 



Now the team travelled to Storrs to face 

Connecticut and the 32-year jinx that had 

troubled them at the Storrs court. This 

was a crucial game, a loss for either team 

eliminated them from the Conference race. 

At one point the officials argued on a 

call as DiSarcina and UConn's Crisp 

collided. One referee called charging on 

DiSarcina, the other blocking on Crisp. 

The conflict was resolved by recording 

the foul against each player, and calling 

a jump ball. It was a poor game for both 

teams, but the Redmen ended it ahead by 

twelve points. 

Then back to the Cage to meet St. John's. 

The New York Redmen expected an easy win, 

and were shocked as Massachusetts led 

through the game. Tempers flared in the 

last half as what appeared to be a stuffed 

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was officially scored as a tap-in. The crowd roared 

in dismay and the UMass players and coach protested, 

but the officials stood firm. St. John's scored with 

less than one minute left, clipping the Redmen 55 — 53. 

During Winter Carnival week, the Redmen met Rhode 
Island at the Cage. Before a capacity crowd, they 
avenged themselves against the Rams. They appeared 
to be proving false the Sports Illustrated 
prediction of an easy Conference win by the Rams. 

The team next travelled to Orono for their last 
Conference game. This was a close game and a 
dangerous one as Tindall fouled out at the start 
of the second half. With one minute left, Maine 
scored to send the game into overtime; but the 
Redmen pulled it out, winning by eight points. 
Then to Boston to meet Northeastern. The Redmen 
led in the first half, but the Huskies came back 
to tie the score with 25 seconds to play. For the 
third time in the season, Tindall scored the 
winning basket in the last seconds of play. 

The final game of the season was played at the 
Cage against B.U. The Redmen took the lead after 
intermission and never lost it. 
Though this game was important, the crucial game 
was being played at Storrs. After the game, most 
of the crowd stayed to hear the outcome of the 
Storrs game. Groups of Redmen fans clustered around 
radios to hear the last minutes. The final score: 
UConn 62— URI 58. The Redmen and the Rams share 
first place in the Conference! 
For the Redmen, this was a winning season and a 
satisfying one. Captain Bill Tindall captured the 
scoring record for one game, and finished second 
only to Clarence Hill in total career points with 
1259 points. Tindall and Joe DiSarcina were chosen 
for the All Yankee Conference first team, and Pete 
Cayeska and Ray Ellerbrook for the second team. 
This was a young team with only four Seniors, and 
only two of them on the starting team. With Gayeska, 
Ellerbrook, and DiSarcina from the first string and 
most of the second string returning, next year 
promises to hold more excitement in store for the 
fans as Massachusetts battles to gain sole 
possession of the Yankee Conference title. 



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races to beat the clock in the giant 

slalom and finish first at Cranmore 

Mountain. 

BELOW: Junior Dave Kamila shows 

good form as he hugs the gate poles 

during a practice run. 



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The Massachusetts ski team entered the 1968 
season determined to better their two-year 
second place Conference standing; and in 
the ten Conference meets managed to fulfill 
that goal, at the same time gaining persona! 
recognition for several team members. 

The skiers met A.I.C., Amherst, Bentley, 
Boston University, Northeastern, Tufts, and 
Worcester Polytech at each meet, and scored 
in either first or second place every time. 
The only real competition was provided by 
Amherst, as the Redmen skied to first place 
in the New England Intercollegiate Ski 
Conference for the first time in 30 years. 

Three Massachusetts skiers were named in the 
Conference top ten; captain Colin Carstang, 
in first place, Dave Kamila in seventh, and 
Mike Zanoli in eighth. Another team member, 
John Hurd, was awarded the annual award for 
sportsmanship and service to the Conference. 



Massachusetts' Matmen Wrestle 

the Spector of 
Little Student Support 







One of the most often ignored varsity sports 
at the University is wrestling. In spite of 
this, the matmen of 1968 posted the most wins 
in their history, finishing with a 6 — 7 record, 
and fifteenth place in the N.E.I.W.A. 

The Redmen upset Amherst 26 — 19 in a match 
highlighted by the superlative performance of 
Bill Goodwin. Boston College was pinned 29 — 13 
in a solid team showing with key performances 
being turned in by Brian Urquhart, Mike McKenna, 
Ernie Smith, and Glenn Cummins. The greatest 
team effort came in the match with Worcester 
Polytech which the Redmen won by a score of 
31 — 16. However, the number of significant wins 
was overshadowed by losses in which the Redmen 
were outclassed, such as the loss to N.C.A.A. 
wrestling champions Wilkes College who shut 
out the Redmen 51 — 0. 

Captain Gene Paltrineri led the wrestlers 
through a season which, though not outstanding, 
did raise hopes for next year with many 
returning members and the rise of the Freshmen, 
who were undefeated throughout this season. 



Mermen Finish Seventh in a Grueling Season 




Rich Donaghue works to perfect both form and speed in the butterfly. 




In a grueling season In which they were scheduled 
to meet some of the toughest competition in the 
League, captain Bob Asquith led the Massachusetts 
swim team to a 4 — 5 overall record and a seventh 
place in the New England Championships. 
Rich Doneghue broke the record for the 200-yard 
butterfly, and Al Northrup tied the record for the 
200-yard breaststroke in the meet with Holy Cross. 




Dave Larson, Redman diving specialist, goes off 
the liigh board during League competition. 



Senior Ken Nowak practices the crawl before a meet. 




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A Day in the Life 



A day exists on campus; one which includes 

the reality of protest, demonstration, 

and petition. Protests ranged 

in form and time. 

The peace demonstration focused against 

Dow Chemical Company developed into a 

Student Union lobby sit-in, lasting 

for almost five hours. Another form 

of protest appeared as a petition signed 

in support of William Baird, crusader 

against antiquated birth control 

and abortion laws. 

Headlines were made in still another 

manner, that of the Presidential poll, 

using college students as a representative 

sample of the coming 

November election. 





The other side of the day 
harbors the pleasures that 
are most sensual and 
expressive — it is the night. 




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A baseball team that commits 50 errors in 23 games, 

that loses perhaps New England's finest pitcher 

early in the season, and that leaves the starting 

mound duties mainly in the hands of a junior with 

limited experience and an untried sophomore, 

was what second-year coach Dick Bergquist faced 

as the Redmen tried to defend their Yankee 

Conference title and as UMass completed its 82nd 

season of intercollegiate competition. 

UMass placed third in the Conference, however, 

behind Connecticut and Rhode Island with a 6—4 

record and finished 12—10—1 overall. Far 

overshadowing the Redmen's erratic defense was 

an eye-catching .283 team batting average that 

produced 146 runs while the opposition batted 

.225 and scored 109 runs. 



Co-captain John Canty, a flame-throwing senior 

who had posted an 8 — 2 record with a 1.65 earned 

run average, and ranked fifth in the country in 

strike outs in 1967, made only four pitches in 

his fourth start of the season before leaving 

with an elbow injury. Although he was later 

drafted by the Houston Astros, the left-hander 

was lost to the Redmen for the rest of the 

spring. The pitching slack was taken up by 

little Rich Rappoli (3 — 3) and sophomore John 

Kitchen (5 — 2) with relief assistance from senior 

lefty Dave Katz, who appeared in 11 games. 

Rappoli suffered from a lack of batting support 

but had a 2.11 ERA with shutouts over Williams 

and New Hampshire, and Kitchen posted a 2.16 ERA. 




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fielder Bob Hansen who batted .381, best ever by 

a sophomore at UMass. Hansen led the nation 

percentagewise in both home runs with eight, and 

in runs-batted-in with 30 in 21 games. His 

homer and RBI totals and his 67 total bases and 

.798 slugging percentage all represented UMass 

records. 

Following Hansen in the batting attack were 

junior Tony Chinappi, one of New England's best 

catchers, with a .347 average and sophomore 

outfielder Steve Rogers at .329. All-New-England 

shortstop Joe DiSarcina batted .303, scored 23 

runs and won plaudits for his stellar fielding. 

Co-captain Don Ferron batted .280, and the 

second-baseman was presented the ECAC Merit 

Scholar-Athlete Award, chosen for Phi Beta Kappa 

and named UMass' top scholar athlete for his 

3.5 cumulative average. 

Other standouts for the Redmen were junior 

Ray Ellerbrook, who batted .275, excelled 

defensively at first base and led the team in 

stolen bases with 10; senior outfielders Alex 

Vyce with a .263 average and Ted Mareno at .260; 

sophomore third baseman Steve Stanford at .253 

and sophomore infielder Chuck Espanet, who 

batted .304 in a reserve role. 

During their annual southern trip during the 

spring vacation, the Redmen beat Erskine (14 — 10) 

and Belmont Abbey (18—6), lost to Erskine (3—2), 

Randolph-Macon (6 — 5), and Maryland (9 — 0), and 

tied Belmont Abbey (9 — 9). Beginning the 

northern schedule, UMass lost to Colgate (4 — 2), 

belted A.I.C. (10—2), fell to Dartmouth (9—2), 

and trounced Williams (10 — 0), before entering 

Conference competition. 

After jumping out to a 3 — record in the league 

with victories over Vermont (6 — 3 and 5 — 4) and 

Connecticut (6 — 2), UMass lost to Rhode Island 

(5 — 4), beat New Hampshire (2 — 0), lost to 

Connecticut (2 — 0), lost to Maine (3 — 2), and 

beat Maine (10 — 7). In the last week of the 

season, the Redmen shelled Boston College (11 — 8), 

bowed to Rhode Island (4 — 1), trounced Springfield 

(11 — 4), ripped New Hampshire (11 — 3) and lost to 

Amherst (6—5). 





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But Lose Championship 




The trackmen failed to retain their hold on the Yankee 

Conference Outdoor championship, finishing third 

in the conference meet at Durham, New Hampshire. 

UMass was co-captained by Greg Bowman and John 

Andersen. Andersen holds the Massachusetts outdoor 

records in the 440 and the 440 intermediates. Bowman 

competed with the relay teams that set the Redman 

outdoor one- and four- mile records and the 

sprint-medley record. 

Coach Ken O'Brien's team featured a strong 
nucleus of juniors with Paul Hoss and Marc Galinas 



in the two-mile event. Miler Charlie Lang was lost 

for the season due to illness. Bob Hasslebaum and 

Diego Gonzalez teamed to run the quarter-mile with 

Andersen. The varsity runners established six school 

records and one conference record in the spring. In 

addition to Andersen and Bowman, Steve Burrell, 

who competed in the 100 and 220, also graduated. 

The freshman team set nine frosh records, 

signalling a bright future for the 1969 team, hopefully 

the first UMass track team to have its own track 

since 1964. 



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Their talents displayed for 

an enthusiastic audience, 

the Association performed 

in concert Saturday evening. 



Southwest 

Patriots 

Present Weekend 

of Music 




The unusual instrumental technique 

and distinctive sound of the Yardbirds 

captured the interest of the Southwest Weel<end audience. 




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In a sport that combines the scenery of soccer, the 
stick-handling of hockey, the strategy of basketball, 
the contact of football, and the strain of cross 
country, a golden era continued. The lacrosse team 
emerged from the mayhem of body blocks and broken 
sticks with a 10—1 record, the best percentage in 
the 14-vear guidance of Coach Dick Garber. Offensive 
records fell as swiftly as each UMass fastbreak, but 
the telling quality of the Redmen's play was 
game-by-game teamwork, a necessity since the days 
of the original Redmen, who invented the game. 
Leading the onslaught of 145 goals, breaking the 
UMass record of 107 set in 1967, was junior 
attackman Kevin O'Connor, who gained Little 
All-America honors for scoring 28 goals and 31 
assists for 59 points. The assist and point totals 
were new season records and gave the "Fox" two 
UMass career records of 41 assists and 94 points. 
O'Connor's statistical exploits did not cloud the 
success of his mates, led by junior Gary Vassar 
(20 goals, 14 assists), senior Marty Kalikow (19—3), 
junior Steve Connolly (15—5), co-captain Bfll 
Sinclair (15—1), and junior Brad Herling (5—10). 
A rigid defense that allowed only 4.5 goals each 
game while the offense scored 13.2 was inspired by 
junior goalie Mark Schlossberg, who executed 140 
saves, and co-captain Walt Alessi, one of New 
England's best defensemen. 

The season was tarnished at its exact mid-point when 

a goal with a minute left cost a game to Amherst in 

New England's showdown feature of the year. Before 

the loss, the Redmen had charged through Wesleyan 

(14—7), Middlebury (13—7), Tufts (13—2), Holy Cross 

(20—3), and Dartmouth (10—4). After Amherst, they 

conquered Connecticut (7 — 5), Trinity (15 — 5), New 

Hampshire (18—4), M.I.T. (11—4), and W.P.I. (19—3). 

The scoring totals against Holy Cross, New Hampshire, 

and W.P.I, all surpassed the previous UMass game high. 

Lacrosse buffs with eyes on the 1969 season pointed 

happily to the best freshman team in UMass history, 

finishing 7 — 1 after outscoring its foes, 81 — 13. 




Coeds Finance 

Entertainment 

for 

H.E.R. Weekend 



A traditional time at UMass 

was the weekend of His Economic Relief 

where the girls financed 

the weekend activities. 

With a picnic on Saturday 

and a concert that evening, 

H.E.R. Weekend provided 

entertainment for all. 








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the Happenings were acclaimed by all 
for their talented and humorous presentations 
in the H.E.R. Weekend concert. 



''The only loser in 



Intramurals, a personal mode of athletic 

expression, was developed into a 

competitive system by Chet Gladchuk, 

former assistant director of athletics 

in the School of Physical Education 

His untimely death has deprived 

intramural participants of an avidly 

interested organizer, yet spirited 

athletes perpetuate his memory campus 

wide. 




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Linksmen Turn in 
Excellent Card 

After losing five top-notch players to graduation, 

including Jim McDonald, perhaps the best UMass 

player in a decade, the golf team was expected to 

brood in a quandary of hooks, slices, and double 

bogeys. But the Redmen, under second-year coach 

Dick Page, duplicated their second-place finish 

of 1967 in the Yankee Conference meet and finished 

with a commendable record of seven victories in 

14 tries during the regular season. 

Led by Captain Bob Nowak and junior Eric Lekberg, 

the golfers bested Wesleyan, Vermont, Dartmouth, 

Maine, Holy Cross, A.l.C, and Amherst in regular 

play, losing to Springfield, New Hampshire, Boston 

College, Rhode Island, Connecticut, W.P.I., and 

M.I.T. Nowak recorded the best overall record for 

UMass, and Lekberg took co-medalist honors, with a 

77— 78— 15 card, in the Conference meet at Maine. 

The team championship was won by Rhode Island, 

who also captured the New England meet at New 

Hampshire. 

Senior Gary Gasperack, juniors John Ariansen and 

Paul Johnson, and sophomores Dick Barber and 

Dick Starsiak performed ably for the Redmen, who 

stood 4 — 1 on their home grounds, the Mt. Holyoke 

College Golf Course in South Hadley. With 

Captain Nowak and Gasperack, who earned a varsity 

letter in his third sport, as the only seniors, 

the prospectus for the 1969 linksmen is promising. 




KNEELING (left to right) : Gary Gasperack, Robert Nowak, Eric Lekberg, 
William Dunsmore. STANDING: Richard Starsiak, Richard Barber, 
Paul Johnson, Coach Richard Page. 



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Steve Kosakowski completed two decades as UMass 

tennis coach, and the Redmen celebrated his 20th 

anniversary by giving him his ninth Yankee 

Conference title, the title that the rain deprived 

him of in 1967. The team's 7 — 3 showing in the 

regular season made Kosakowski's career record 

an enviable 129 — 53. Since 1953 his teams have not 

finished lower than second in Conference play. 

The Redmen won the Conference meet by one point 

over Rhode Island on the strength of individual 

titles won by senior Steve Cohen and juniors 

Tom Johnson and Glen Sheppard as well as a doubles 

title won by Sheppard and senior Allen Davis. 

Cohen and Johnson were the top performers during 

the season as the Redmen white-washed Fairfield 

and Tufts, 9—0; routed W.P.I., A.I.C., and 

Springfield, 8—1; and edged New Hampshire and 

Rhode Island, 5—4. The losses were to M.I.T., 7—2; 

Holy Cross, 5 — 4; and Connecticut, 5 — 3. 

Junior Carl Clem and sophomore Mike Katz also 

excelled for the Redmen throughout the spring. 

Besides the Sheppard-Davis combinatiori, the 

Clem-Johnson and Katz-Cohen teams were consistent 

threats in doubles play. 




Crew Club Continues . . 




Experience was the key word as the Crew Club 

completed its third and most successful season 

to date this past spring. It was a season marked 

by impressive finishes as the varsity crew, 

coached by Dave Clarke, sprinted past Holy Cross 

College by a 2.6 second win, and Worcester Poly 

Tech by 2 seconds. 

The varsity, captained by Roger O'Donnell, 
finished the season with a 3 — 2 record. At the 

Dad Vail Regatta, the small college national 

championship held in Philadelphia, the team 

finished 10th against 32 other shells. 

The junior varsity was besieged by hard luck 

through the season. It lost the first race of 

the season when Amherst reversed its varsity and 

junior varsity teams before the race. At the 

Harborow Regatta in Middletown, Connecticut, 

the Jayvees were defeated by Wesleyan after the 

referee ordered them to change course. 



Junior Mike Faherty coached the freshmen to a 

4 — 1 record. The only loss was at the Kerr Cup 

Regatta in Philadelphia, but all the wins were 

by impressive margins. At the Vail, the frosh 

boat came in seventh of 14 boats. 

During the '68-'69 season, the coaching chores 

will be handled by Faherty since Clarke graduated. 

That crew should be more successful than last 

season's on the strength of at least 17 

returning rowers. 



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Grand Finale 

of the Year 

Presented by 

ROTC 

Army and Air Force R.O.T.C. 

presented the 40th Annual Military 

Ball in the Student Union Ballroom 

on May 11. Over 300 cadets, 

officers, and their ladies, enjoyed 

dancing to the many varied beats of 

the 8th Air Force Dance Band from 

Westover Air Force Base. During a 

break in the band's performance, 

the vivacious Musigals delighted 

the audience with a variety of 

unusually arranged songs. Barbara 

Kopiecki was saluted by the officers 

as the 1968 Military Ball Queen. 






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MARCH 9"'I7 




Campus chest 
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Success 



Through a number of fund-raising 
affairs, such as the annual Ugly Man 
on Campus contest, a Student Union 
dance, a donkey basketball game 
between faculty and students, 
and a Mr. Campus Chest contest, 
the sophomore class raised 
over $1000 to be donated to various 
charities during its Campus Chest 
Week. 




Greek Week: 
a Time 
for Togas 
and Chariots 



Sponsored by the fraternities and sororities on 
campus, Greek Week is a time for both Greeks and 
independents to unite in friendship and fun. With 
the crowning of the queen, the week officially 
begins. Activities such as the sing competition, 
the Hatfield Barn Banquet, Opel painting, and 
the chariot parade and races, filled this 1968 
Greek Week with an enthusiastic spirit long to 
be remembered by all who participated. 




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Editors: Frank Bialosiewicz 
Carol Megizsky 
Marianne Schmoyer 

Through an identification 
with others of similar 
interests, he transmits 
the spirit. Whether it 
be as a member of his 
class executive council 
or of a fraternity or 
sorority, his 
contribution to his 
own character, to his 
fellows, and to the 
campus community as a 
whole is measured in 
terms of dedication. 
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R.S.O.: Hub of 

Extra-Curricular 

Activities 



The Student Activities Office in the Student 

Union is the headquarters for Recognized 

Student Organizations (R.S.O.) and the 

Program Office. It provides a 

banking, booking and auditing service for student 

organizations, as well as resources and 

counsel on program planning, budgeting, 

purchasing, contracting, and most other aspects 

of the affairs of student organizations. 

Advisors are available to work closely with 

students and faculty advisors of student 

organizations to help them attain their goals. 

R.S.O. is a profitable means of fostering 

maturity and general enrichment in those students 

who wish to take optimum advantage of all 

that the University can offer. 




Katie Shea, R.S.O. Secretary, is always helpful 

checking bids, honoring checks, and issuing 

purchase orders for students. 




Shiela McRevey and . 



Lois Frey, 

Activity Program Advisors 





Gerry Scanlon, Coordinator of Student Activities. 



S.U.G. Board: 
Voice of the 
Student Union 




The Student Union Governing Board 
(SUG Board), composed of students, 
faculty, alumni and staff, is 
the official body which determines 
how the Student Union is to be 
used by on- and off -campus groups. 
The SUG Board considers matters 
ranging from the price of haircuts 
to the planning of the new Campus 
Center. Issues of the past 
academic year involved the sale of 
Mother of Voices, military 
recruitment and picketing in the 
Student Union. The SUG Board is 
primarily interested in relations 
between the students and the Student 
Union, for the building is owned by 
the students. 




Student Senate 

Gives 

Undergraduates 

Real Voice 

in Policy Decisions 

Striving for student power and recognition 

of student rights in University decision 

making shaped the direction of the Student 

Senate's activities and policies this year. 

The Senate successfully climaxed two years 

work on open houses which included a threat 

of a campus wide "walk-in". The Trustees 

accepted virtually all of its recommendations. 

One of the Senate's yearly functions is the 

allocation of student funds, which are derived 

from an activities tax which it levies. 

Controversial items included the largest 

Collegian and index budgets in Senate history. 

$41,000 was appropriated to help bring 

underprivileged students to the University. 

The Senate accepted the '67-68 Alcoholic 

Beverages Committee Report. This would place 

no University sanction against drinking in 

student rooms, and would allow the purchase 

of a beer and wine license for a "21 room" 

in the new Campus Center. 

The Senate continued its study of curriculum 
reform and grading policy, and initiated work 
on a University Ombudsman. It also set pro- 
cedures for student judiciaries, residence 
halls, and other student organizations. 

The Administration proposed a room rent 
increase without consulting student represent- 
atives. The Senate quickly presented an 
alternate proposal which the Trustees accepted. 
This precedent has helped insure a powerful student 
voice in future University decisions. 




lim Collins, President, and Fran Boranski, Vice-President, 
tunneled the direction of Student Senate policy. 




A Year 

of Change 

for Class 

Government 

to Compensate 

for Larger 

Constituency 




Vice President Joel Wilson, Senator Ed Hill, Secretary 

Suzanne Baier, President joe Tobacco, and Treasurer 

Martin Shapiro critique Collegian coverage of Soph-Frosh 

Picnic. 

President Bruce Balboni, Secretary Becky Stedman, 

Treasurer Steve Weisman, and Vice President Glenn Mangurian 

discuss plans tor SENDOFF Weekend. 



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7969: Senator Larry Marcus, Treasurer Jill Wolff, President Wayne Thomas, 
and Secretary Patty Aspinwall select entertainment for 
Winter Carnival. Not Pictured: Vice President Ralph Stoddard. 

1968: Vice President Jeff Number, President Dick Wood, and 
Secretary Claudia Dembski dealt with problems over Senior 
Week budget. Not pictured: Treasurer Cindy Hunt and 
Senator E. T. Mellor. 




]immy Fund Drive 

Highlights 

the Year 

forWMUA 



WMUA culminated another fine year of radio 

entertainment with a week long marathon for 

the Jimmy Fund. A highlight of the week 

was Ed Jewett's battle against sleepiness in his 

effort to break the world's record for hours 

awake on the air. A raffle for prizes donated 

by local merchants brought the total over the 

$1000 goal. Participation in the Campus Chest 

Drive reflects the wide and varied role played 

by this non-commercial, educational, and 

student-operated activity. 




Glenn Briere, Business Manager, was WMUA's chief sports announcer. 







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wide range at musical entertainment. 



WMUA contributes to Campus Chest fund-raising 
with requests and dedications in the Hatch. 





Editor-in-chief Jack Dean discusses recent editorial with Bill Dickinson. 



AP Wire Service 

and Controversial 

Issues Featured as 

Collegian Goes Daily 



Facilitated by daily publication and AP 

Wire Service, the Massachusetts Collegian 

continually kept abreast of controversial 

campus, national, and international 

happenings. 

Attacked by some for its partisan views, 

the Massachusetts Collegian, with the 

largest staff of photographers and 

reporters in its history, nevertheless 

exploded the Senior Week controversy, and 

probed into the open housing issues and 

the student protest for academic freedom. 

On the lighter side, the newspaper 

introduced the popular cartoon, "Peanuts", 

and the crossword puzzle as scholastic 

diversions. 





Ron LaBrecque, News Ed- 
itor, continually evalu- 
ated and re-evaluated 
every nev^s story printed. 



Developing film was only part of "Cus" Gosciminski's assignments as Photo Editor. 




It's not a bad place, this Index office. It's 

sort of confusing at first, with all the talk about 

F-stops, picas, and blocked white space. But you 

get used to Neil's bare feet and everything being 

"out of sight". And the conversation begins to 

mean something after a while . . . 

"Who ate the scale-o-graphs? Is this the 

Collegian office? How 'bout a quick game of 

cards? How long are you gonna be at the light 

table? What this place needs is a bed. Has 

anybody seen Joe? Another camera busted? When 

are my prints coming in? Let's pattern our book 

after Alabama A&M. Is it 11 characters to two 

inches or one? What's 10 divided by 4? I wonder 

if we could get two more complimentary tickets. 

What does April 10th mean? White gloves? You're 

kidding. How about 'psychedelic sound'? 

Hiya, 'C.L.' Another editors' meeting? Who's 

going down to the Hatch? What we need is an 

electric typewriter. Who's got a key to the file 

cabinet? Who spelled 'senieors' like that? 

Hi, Flash. How about another trip to Chicago? 

Kappa, Kappa, Kappa Gamma. I'm so happy . . . 

Need a date, Chink? A 4:40 class on Friday? 

Who's the stud with all the office hours? 

Hey, Stache. Who's got a thesaurus? Don't 

worry about it. It'll get done." 

And somehow it did. 

It was an experience. You learn to accept 

typewriter-cramped fingers, out of focus pictures, 

and the Chief. But most importantly, you learn 

something about photo-journalism and about other 

people, people united in one purpose — to give 

the campus 416 pages of nostalgia, a year's 

history of the University of Massachusetts. 



Massachusetts Index: 




Rich Sadowski, Editor-in-Chief; "Another double exposure?" 
Janice Wroblewski, Academic Editor; "Do you understand, Neil?" 




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lohn Sandhaus, Associate Editor; "Need mef I'm here 8 — 5." 



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Chris Mandracia, Senior Editor: "Chink??" 
Carol Megizsky, Creek Editor: "Candids?" 



Neil Rennie, Co-Photo Editor: "Aw, come on. Rich." 

Lyne Waldman, Campus Life Editor: "The Chief won't like it, but I do. 





. . . Experience 




Skip Fitch, Co-Photo Editor: "Did we really need 18 rolls of that concert?" Dick Milley: "That copy hangs!" 

Frank Bialosiewicz, Organizations Editor: "It's spelled B-i-a-l-o-" Barb Coldrick, Senior Editor: "By when?" 




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Changing Face 
of Campus 
Publications 
Reflects 
Diversified 
Student Demands. 



The expansion of the University included the 
proliferation in the size and quantity of 
campus publications. Those like the Orchard 
Hill Hobbitt and the Central Voice have emerged 
to cover events stimulated by the emphasis on 
more and better "community" projects. The 
Spectrum has progressed from a book of 
regulations to an outlet for general journalism. 
Although the values of the Engineering journal 
and the Mother of Voices have been subject to 
controversy, the year's most bitter struggle 
raged for the re-instatement of our famed 
humor magazine — NOW with funds, NOW without 
a name. 




Symphony Band 
Expands its Program 

The 72-member Symphony Band presented its 

seventeenth annual concert tour in the state 

during Spring vacation this year and traveled 

to seven locations for twelve concerts w/ithin 

five days. A program of martial, classical, 

and light classical music was presented. Mr. 

Walter Chestnut, instructor of music at UMass 

and first trumpet with the Springfield Symphony 

Orchestra, honored the Band by accompanying them 

as a soloist this year. 

In addition to the Spring tour, the Band 

performed two concerts on campus and at the 

Commencement ceremonies. This varied schedule, 

under the direction of Dr. John A. Jenkins and 

Mr. Larry Weed, and the chance to travel 

provided profitable experiences for the 

musicians. 






The Chorale's ten voice offshoot, the Chamber Singers. 




The University of Massachusetts Chorale. 



The UMass Choral, a 54-voice, 

acappella choir under the 

direction of Dr. Richard duBois, 

travelled to New Jersey, Illinois, 

Ohio and Pennsylvania for an 

extensive tour this year. The 

repetoire consisted of sacred and 

secular music from the Renaissance 

to the present, including religious 

classics, negro spiritual, Folk 

tunes and Sea chanteys. Concerts 

were also sung for Massachusetts' 

audiences through local concerts 

and a television broadcast in 

December. 




This year's Men's Chorale did a notable production 
o^ Shenandoah in its repetoire. 




The 16-voice Madrigal Singers sang in the bi-annual choral concert as well as at local high schools. 




Vocal 

Virtuosity 

Colors 

Choral 

Groups. 



The Women's Choir made trips to Williamsburg and to Chicopee to supplement their campus concerts.. 




The University Chorus, under the direction of Alan Harler, sang on campus and in nearby towns. 



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In the Search 
For Ourselves . . . 





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. . . We Turn to God 
in Individual Worship 




S.W.A.P.: 

Another 

Productive Session 

S.W.A.P., the Student Workshop on Activities 

Problems, is a conference made up of 

representatives from every class, honor society, 

department, and organization to criticize, 

discuss, and offer solutions to University 

problems and affairs. This year's conference 

met at the Andirons inn, in West Dover, Vermont, 

on October 27, 28, and 29. Al Davis was student 

chairman and keynote speaker was Provost Oswald 

Tippo who spoke about student responsibility 

for University growth and expansion. This 

informal gathering of students, faculty, and 

staff was very productive, especially in the area 

of Academic Affairs, where the curriculum for 

the College of Arts and Sciences was discussed 

for possible changes. 





Musigals and Statesmen: Vocalized Entertainment 




Sports Clubs: 

Another 

Dimension 

to Athletics 



Apart from the regular varsity and intramural 

sports, sports clubs such as weightlifting, 

judo, skiing, rugby, and crew offer the 

individual the opportunity to pursue an athletic 

goal in his own manner and to experience the 

enjoyment, excitement, and fulfillment of this 

pursuit. 

Some of the highlights of this part were the truly 

successful season submitted by the Crew Club 

and the organization of the new Rugby Club. 






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Military Groups 

Uphold 

Traditions in 

Turbulent Times 

Angel Flight, Colonel's Cadre, the Flying Redmen, 

Scabbard and Blade, and the Precisionettes are 

an extension of the activities offered by R.O.T.C. 

and through which military values and traditions 

are maintained. 

Whether it be the Precisionettes and Flying 

Redmen competing in drill team competitions, the 

booming of a cannon to signify a Redmen 

touchdown, or a charity drive by Angel Flight, 

these groups continueto preserve the military 

traditions established on campus in 1863. 






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Maroon Keys' membership includes sophomore men who have 
demonstrated promise of leadership in University life. 

Adelphia's senior men initiated luncheons with administration 
and faculty to effect solutions to student-centered problems. 



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Mortarboard's senior women promote academic excellence through 
service in the campus community. 

Scrolls, evenly distributed among the dormitories, prompt freshman 
women to become involved in their University. 



Through 

the Unselfish 

Service 

and 

Leadership 

of Its Students, 

the University 

Eases 

Its Growing Pains 





The debut of the card section 
intemified the cheers of a vigilant stadium crowd. 




Newly-formed Patriots were instrumental 
in promoting spirit in the Southwest Complex. 





Changing Campus 
Cherishes 
Traditional Spirit 



Amid a changing campus exterior, the spirit that 
is the University remains untouched. It is a 
force which originates in the student himself. 
It is a force most clearly understood at football 
games when the crowd roars, at concerts when there 
is standing room only and thundering applause, at 
residential college weekends when there are 
students at every window and bands and picnics. 
It is spirit groups — the Revelers, the Patriots, 
the Cheerleaders — that encourage this force to 
be unleashed. 



New Projects 

Undertaken by 

Gamma Sigma Sigma 

Gamma Sigma Sigma added new dimensions 

to its roster of service projects this 

year. The sisters devoted over 

five hundred hours to clerical work for 

the Hampshire County Public Health 

Department, and took charge of the 

University Box Office. Work with the 

mentally retarded at Belchertown State 

School was Gamma Sigma Sigma's local 

expression of a national goal. 

Gamma Sigma Sigma's theme of sisterhood 

and friendship is reflected in their 

service, but more personally in pledge 

breakfasts, sundae parties, and suppers. 






Alpha Phi Omega 
Sponsors Las Vegas 
Night for Charity 




Alpha Phi Omega, in an effort to raise 
funds for charity, simulated a Las Vegas 
gambling casino which successfully 
authenticated the excitement and the 
adventure of "the real thing". Members 
of this service fraternity extended their 
efforts to ushering at the University 
Theater performances, setting up student 
elections, and organizing the University 
Blood Drive. 

As brother united in the desire to serve 
the community as well as the University, 
Alpha Phi Omega sponsored Christmas 
parties for orphaned children and assisted 
in preparations for the Amherst Community 
Fair. 



Volunteers Cheer 
the Mentally Retarded 

Sacrificing time and energy to bring happiness 

into the lives of mentally retarded children at 

Belchertown State School is the ultimate goal 

of generous University students who devote their 

Saturdays to organizing games and creative 

activities for the children. At Christmas time, 

the Belchertown Volunteers rejuvenated the 

fantasy of Santa Claus as they collected toys 

and distributed packages at the school. 

The experience of working with the retarded is 

rewarding not only through the concept of 

giving, but through the realization of the 

meaning of ourselves. 






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Men's and Women's 
Judiciaries Combine 
to Form 
General Court 



In an effort to unify high level decisions, the 
Men's and Women's Judiciaries combined this year 
to form the General Court. Composed of seven 
men and five vi'omen, the Court is the highest 
student court on campus, hearing cases appealed 
at lower levels as well as cases of alleged 
misconduct that do not occur specifically at the 
residence hall level. Notably absent this year 
in the agenda of cases were curfew violations, 
while there was a sharp increase in cases 
involving alleged misuse of organizational funds. 



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Student Leaders' Colloquium 
Delves into Problems in Leadership 



In an attempt to eliminate the emotional 
confusion of Student Leaders' Night, interested 
students pooled their ingenuity and gave birth 
to the Student Leaders' Colloquium. A more 
serious atmosphere provided an introspective 
opportunity in which Dean Dwight Alien of the 
School of Education, Reverend Jeffrey Campbell, 
and Dean of Students William Field delved into 



the problems of creativity, student responsibility, 
and the meaning of student leadership before an 
audience of honorary society members. The 
traditional tapping ceremony was done prior to 
the Colloquiuhi, placing an emphasis on the 
leadership problems existent in the University 
community. 



From an Ancient Civilization 

to a Contemporary College Campus, 

the Unifying Creek Spirit 

Thrives 




Where will I turn? I want to know myself 

and I want others to know me. A house with 

Greek letters opens its doors. I walk in; I 

meet those others; I want to stay. This is 

where it begins— Greek rush and the temporary 

ending is the bid from the house I choose. 

But it is really a beginning — a newness 

of thoughts. With this in mind, I become 

caught up in the excitement of a different life. 

1 learn to appreciate loyalty, tolerance, 

individuality and togetherness. I grow as I 

see myself through the eyes of others; and 

others learn from me. The world beyond those 

doors seems less frightening now. All too 

soon I must turn again. This time I know 

where I am going, because the world I am leaving 

has given me self-assurance to find my way. 





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Not everyone defines words in the same 
way. You have to understand what words mean 
in the context of a fraternity apart from any 
other organization. 

Fraternity as usually defined means, "a 
body of men associated for their common 
interest or pleasure; a brotherhood". 

To Alpha Epsilon Pi, the word has a 
deeper meaning. It does not mean conformity. 
It mean a group where each brother develops 
his individuality to the utmost. 

Our fraternity asks for belief in God. 
It allows each man to worship in his own way, 
remembering that the essence of fraternity 
lies in the Creator's ideals. 





Robert Cohen, President 
Larry Davidson, Vice President 

Fred Franklin, Secretary 
Richard Jacobsohn, Treasurer 



Alpha Epsilon Pi 





Richard Balboni 

Steven Bauman 

Robert Biedman 

Thomas Blanco 

Richard Bloom 

Stephen Brass 

Paul Cohen 

Stephen Cohen 

Steven P. Cohen 

lames Comiskey 

Stephen Dickerman 

Carl Finn 

Sanford Fisher 

Harrison Forman 

Ronald Franco 

Edward Friedman 

Leo Ginns 

Leonard Click 

Philip Goldberg 

Robert Goldman 

Edward Goltz 

Michael Creenblatt 

Peter Griff 

Charles Hamburg 

George Hurwitz 

Alan Jacobs 

Robert Jacobs 

Stanley Karp 

Michael Katz 

Lonnie Lehrer 

Maurice Leavitt 




Peter Lewenberg 
Arthur Leventhal 
Glenn Lewis 
Philip Locke 
Henry Lord 
Kevin McShane 
Herbert Miller 
Robert Miller 
Mark Moss 
Steven Murra 
Peter Oppenheim 
Stephen Parnell 
Stuart Rispler 
Robert Sandler 
Kenneth Schnide 
J. Michael Shaughnessy 
Carl Slotnick 
Marc Stern 
Neal Strauss 
Steven Sussman 
Brian Urquhart 
Gary Vacanti 
IraWallich 
Robert Webber 
Steven Weisman 
Robert Wilson 
Murray Winer 
Gary Winzelberg 
Kenneth Yarvitz 
Alan Young 
Joseph Zaikind 



Alpha Sig is the difference. The difference- 
between a handshake at Round Robins and one after 
Hell night, between puppy love and new lodges 
for Craig, Brian, Dan and Dwight, between an N.C.C. 
exchange and a Kappa football game. 

And in the middle lie the simple things; fine 
movies at Pledge Chapel, a cabbie's hat for 
Murph and a championship bowling team. 

There are mistakes too — like forgetting "Barsey's" 
before the "Q", being afraid of last semester's 
Hell Night or expecting the Treasurer to snap. 

Also more complex feelings — a missing Koala and 
Buzzard, a prayer for Butch and a teenage house mother. 

It is the difference which is the house. We are 

as different as Big Dan and Steed, yet as similar 

as Marky and Jacky. A spectrum of men, a spectrum 

of change, a spectrum of memories. 





Alpha Sigma Phi 



Donald Agnoii 
Paul Aerasian 
Allan Blair 
Michael Bloomer 
William Brown 
John Burns 
Sprague Davis 
Richard Delaney 
Joseph Di Donato 
John Domurat 
Paul Donovan 
Stephen Encarnacao 
Ted Falk 
William Fallon 
Paul Foley 
Marl( Goldberg 
Richard Hart 
Daniel Henderson 
Robert Joyce 
David Kamila 
John Keleher 
James Kelliher 
Kevin Kline 
Dennis Konary 
Michael Kustra 
Kennith Lamkin 



Brian Leach 
Paul Martucci 
Mark Mc Lean 
Dwight Merriam 
Stephen Minkwitz 
Kevin Moriarty 
Timothy Moylan 
James Mulligan 
Peter Murphy 
John McCovern 
Russel Philbrook 
Richard Pickett 
Craig Pineo 
Richard Poremba 
Douglas Powling 
Paul Proctor 
Stephen Schnetzer 
Barry Schonhaut 
Daniel Scully 
Geoffrey Senior 
Gary Sharpe 
Eugene Smith 
Edward Vartanian 
Paul Whalen 
William Winteringham 





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Stephen Kramer, President 
Roland Rheault, Vice President 
Bruce Ellard, Treasurer 
Peter Faulkner, Executive 



Alpha 

Chi 

Omega 




Susan Ruckstuhl, President 

Cindy Hunt, Vice-President 

Janice Rebecchi, Secretary 

Barbara Campbell, Treasurer 




Cynthia Ammenworth 
Kathy Armstrong 
Nanci Benedetti 
Donna Beer 
Karen Benson 
Carol Blonder 
Phyllis Blotcher 
Christine Bremner 
Judith Brown 
Paula Bzdula 
Barbara Campbell 
Carolyn Canavasio 
Kathryn Carlson 
Lorraine Carter 
Brenda Condike 
Claudia Dembski 
Judy Ericson 
Freida Ereich 
Nancy Fisher 
loan Fitzgerald 
Sharleen Garvey 
Mary Harrigan 
Cynthia Hunt 
Nancy Cadzuk 



Charlene Colonka 
Mary Halbert 
Sheila Hallissey 
Marcy Halloran 
Carol Hoefner 
Nancy Jahn 
Joanne janusas 
Barbara Kopieki 
Andrea Kazinetz 
Karen Larue 
Susan Lillard 
Tammy Lipstein 
Joanne Loughane 
Cheryl McCormick 
Donna Nelson 
Linnea Nelson 
Mary Ann Paraskas 
Donna Pasco 
Jeanne Peltier 
Ferma Perullo 
Paulette Ponn 
Christine Race 
Cheryl Rae 
Jane Rae 



Janice Rebecchi 
Linda Renzi 
Sandra Richards 
Rachel Rooney 
Susan Ruckstuhl 
Linda Runels 
Linda Sauve 
Ida Sherman 
Joan Steever 
Marion Sterni 
Catherine Sullivan 
Patricia Sullivan 
Patricia Sweeney 
Margie Sylvester 
Marcia Taylor 
Paulette Thibeault 
Mary Jane Tivnan 
Michaela Tobia 
loan Tuttle 
Kathy Vincent 
Lynn Wells 
Ann Wilson 
Marcia Young 



Since its founding in 1885, Alpha Chi has 
been known for its frinedliness and enthusiasm, a 
spirit which prevails from "Deep Sea" rush parties 
to graduation festivities in June. Sorority life 
centers around the house, with Monday night active 
meetings, relaxed Sunday morning breakfasts, and 
music and dance sessions after class. The house 
bustles with excitement during rush, as the Alpha 
Chi's warmly greet their new pledges. There are 
quiet moments too . . . the memorable Alpha Chi 
fireside with many inspirational comments by the 
sisters. And there is Faculty Tea, when the girls 
put on their best manners and gather for an 
evening of informal talk with their favorite profs. 
Or there is Dad's Weekend, when they escort their 
fathers to a game and "treat" them to dinner. 
Many girls also take part in service activities, 
from tutoring underprivileged children in 
Springfield to the annual Christmas Party with a 
local orphanage. With a spirit of diversity in 
fun, leadership, and service, the Alpha Chi's 
look back on another year of cooperation among 
individuals and forward to future cooperation 
in carrying out the ideals of the sorority. 



From the main plant: By working together on 
summer weekends, we gave the house a fresh 
painting. C-house also took on a luster inside 
that made it hardly recognizable from previous 
years. New furniture and other renovations took 
place with alumni aid. 

From social: The fall included exchanges, while 
the weekly senior Hookers Club meetings began 
again at the Aqua Vita. Homecoming Weekend 
started off with "Metawampee's Marionettes" 
being a first place float. Two weeks later high 
up in a large hayloft, saw the annua! Farmer's 
Frolic with people hanging from rafters, climbing 
ropes, throwing hay, and good times for all. 

From sports: A football game with Chi O was 
close all the way, but the super bowl saw the A 
and B House Packers nip the C House Patriots 7 — 6. 

From general: Trying to think of original names 
for the new dog caused the pledges anguish in a 
memorable front room gathering. And in one of his 
roles, our late show Dracula caused such a stir 
that we vowed to finish the year studying while 
living together in the Beta Phi tradition. 



Richard Aherne 
Steve Anderson 
James Audet 
Bruce Balboni 
Vincent Barry 
Tom Bates 
Frank Best 
Michael Biscotti 
Richard Booth 
Edward Bowe 
James Brunette 
Carl Campagna 
Larry Cardarelli 
Steve Connelly 
Mike Davis 
Wayne Davis 
Joe Devaney 
Ron Dion 
Robert Doolittle 
John Doucette 
Robert Dubiec 
David Erickson 
Donald Everette 
Kevin Finneran 
Scott Gardner 
Richard Cromelski 
Richard Hannon 
William FHayes 
Richard Healy 
Sumner FHersey 
Ronald Hodgedon 
David Hodgkins 
Ronald Antonelli 
Jeff Eaton 



Donald Hodgman 
Jay Howland 
John FHubley 
Frank Jackman 
Paul Johnson 
Carl Kamp 
Tom Keileher 
Richard Killilea 
William King 
John Kuja 
Robert MacDougal 
AlMaki 
George May 
James McGuire 
Mike McKenna 
Warren Mills 
Steve Mullen 
John Parry 
Charles Perrell 
Joe Reed 
Paul Rivers 
Edward Robbins 
Edward Saltus 
Lance Sandberg 
Al Smith 
Kenneth Smith 
Martin Smith 
Robert Tobin 
Arthur Veves 
Sean Walker 
Richard Kszystiniak 
Robert Foley 
John King 



Beta Kappa Phi 



John Pollack, President 
David Erickson, Vice President 
Edward Saltus, Secretary 
Richard Booth, Treasurer 





Philip Przybyszewski, President 
Everett Thornton, Vice President 



Stephan Bergman 

James Bernat 

George Child 

James Czekanski 

Henrv Dandeneau 

Edward Davis 

Peter Dikan 

Roger French 

Robert Goff 

George Goodtellow 

Gary Greenberg 

Peter Hawes 

Thomas Hoffman 

Michael Kennedy 



Howard Kravitz 
Henry Lawler 
Eric Lekberg 
Michael Loufus 
Edmund McGrath 
loseph Ormund 
Henry Parsons 
Rocco Petitto 
Alan Powell 
Donald Reagen 
Thomas Simpson 
Paul Spigel 
Arnold Wallenstein 
Howard Young 



Delta Chi 





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"The college fraternity accepts its role in the 
moral and spiritual development of the individual, 
it not only accepts the standards of the college, 
but, in addition, endeavors to develop those 
finer qualities of ethical conduct which add 
to the inner growth of man." 

Seven men believed this idea in April, 1966. 

They believed it so strongly that they inspired 

sixteen men to obtain a pledge class of fourteen 

to obtain a national fraternal name, to create 

an organization, to spread their influence 

to many varied parts of the campus and community 

and to hold their heads up at the sound of 

Delta Chi. These thirty have now been joined 

by thirteen more, all as eager to understand 

our goals and we are eager to help them to 

understand. Although it be only twenty months 

old. Delta Chi is growing more and more rapidly 

both in size and strength. The brotherhood 

knows where it has been, where it wants to go 

and, very importantly, believes in its ability 

to get there. Delta Chi is more than a place 

to go, more than a place to eat, sleep or 

study — Delta Chi is a warmth and a belief and a hope. 



Zeta Nu 




Daniel Ambrose 
Patrick Ascolese 
Jonathon Avery 
Daniel Barnat 
Joel Brebbia 
Joseph Bonczek 
Stephen Broderick 
Daniel Chrzan 
Thomas Coury 
lames Curley 
John Dreyer 
John Fitzgerald 
William Ford 
Bernard Cillis 
Charles Green 
FHarold FSansen 
William Jesson 
Robert Keating 
Robert Keough 




Carleton Larkin 
Michael Laverty 
James Leverone 
Francis McCaffrey 
Alan McCarter 
Terrence Melville 
William Murphy 
Paul O'Keeffe 
Peter Politakis 
Norman Pope 
James Pye 
William Rice 
Neil Robinson 
Thomas Russell 
George Shea 
Robert Spry 
Ralph Stoddard 
John Walsh 




Mike Driscoll 
President 



Eric Diensbach 
Vice President 




So why are we here? Does the barnlike 
architecture of the house demand our presence? 
Or better still, is it the weekly housemeetings, 
the house jobs, the smokers, the pledge and 
initiation ceremonies? No, these are not the 
reasons why we pledged the old brown barn. The 
reason becomes increasingly apparent to each 
brother in his daily fraternal life. It is 
friendship, Zeta Nu's greatest commodity; good 
times, inerasable memories, brotherhood, life-long 
pals. Unfortunately, the fraternal experience is 
something we cannot adequately communicate to 
outsiders, but that makes it all the more precious 
to us. 




jerry Howland 
Treasurer 



Thomas Adams 
George Anderson 
Robert Asquith 
James Cassin 
Donald Collins 
Kevin Collins 
Ronn Coltin 
Robert Couture 
iSlichael Coyne 
Ronald Cronin 
John Decembrelle 
Richard Delmonico 
Richard Deluzio 
James Foley 
John Foley 
Peter Gordon 
Dennis Gray 
Douglas Green 
Charles Hannifan 
James Harrigan 
Phillip Kade'ts 
Edward Kelly 





Theta Chi 



John Langworthy 
Albert Lanoie 
Lawrence Lunt 
Michael Martin 
Barry McCarter 
Jeffrey McCormick 
Paul McDonough 
James Miller 
Robert Rider 
Robert Remar 
James Riley 
Ronald Ryan 
Peter Schofield 
Robert Sheehan 
John Shockro 
James Smith 
Lawrence Sullivan 
Craig Wilqus 
Richard Wynn 
Alphonse Zito 
Francis Zito 



Steven Albernaz, President 
Thomas Byron, Vice President 



Richard Dyer, Secretary 
Gerald Bruen, Treasurer 




Since its inception at the University of Mass. 

in 1911, Theta Chi has been endeavoring to 

fulfill its motto, "Alma Mater First and Theta 

Chi for Alma Mater." Throughout the years, it 

has produced many leaders in such campus 

organizations as Maroon Keys, Arcon, Adelphia, and 

General Court as well as fielding many outstanding 

Varsity and intramural athletes. 

Outstanding leadership also displays itself in the 
organization of the house and house activities. 

Individualism and the fostering of special talents 
are stressed. Application of these attitudes has 
placed Theta Chi in a position of prominence. 

Most important, however, is the tradition of spirit 

and brotherhood which is present in house life. 

Proud of its relations with sororities and other 

fraternities, Theta Chi will always strive to 

perpetuate the Greek System. 




314 Lincoln Avenue, bustling amidst Fall 
colors, was welcomed by an especially fantastic 
new housemother . . . flower power merits second 
prize in Homecoming Parade . . . rushed rush parties 
. . . The Temptations in the background . . . comforting 
words when your whole world falls in . . . new 
pledges, tears again . . . Christmas Party for 
orphans . . . and guess who's coming to dinner? . . . 
steak for Dean's List ... a fire drill from the 
harem . . . sisters living together, maintaining their 
individuality; an individuality that builds 
character . . . friends that truly care ... a very 
special home . . . joyfully working for an intangible 
goal . . . "Friendship, sincerity, loyalty, and 
honesty; This is what we've found in IGU" . . . Our 
favorite things do revolve around our gingerbread 
existence . . . 





Susan Albino 

Carol Beauchamp 

Janice Bongiovanni 

Lois Boyies 

Dael Chapman 

Cinny Coleman 

Amanda Correa 

Linda Costley 

Carol Dalrymple 

Diane Dik 

Gail Doyle 

Mary Jane Dolye 

Rowena Fentin 

Anne Franklin 

Joan Hammond 

Kathy Hennessey 

Susan Hooper 

Cynthia Horvath 

Jerri Kaplan 

Cheryl Kravetz 



Iota Gamma Upsilon 



Jane Shield, President 

Marilyn Melchiori, Vice-President 



Roz Terhan, Secretary 
Paula Lanchansky, Treasurer 





Diane Kucefski 
Cheryl Lallas 
Paula Lanchansky 
Donna Liscombe 
Linda Marinake 
Paula Matthews 
Marion McNeil 
Marilyn Melchiori 
Cheryl Miller 
Patricia Nagle 
Susan Piatt 
Rebecca Portnoi 
Janine Potvin 
Ellen Rice 
Kathleen Robbins 
Jane Shields 
Rosalyn Terban 
Linda Vieira 
Lesley Weiner 




On a far side of campus, located near the WoPe 
building, there is a white framehouse. To many of 
those who pass by, it is simply that — a white 
framehouse, but to the sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta 
it is far more. It is the site of a "melting pot"; 
a meeting place where one can find many different 
girls united by one common interest, KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA. The separate and unique contributions of 
each individual fuse to create very diverse effects. 
Upon visiting Theta, one may find a "streetwalker" 
skit, Sunday night movies with Mom and Dad, twenty- 
one sisters waiting in line for one shower, egg 
raids and renting barns, and House Parents who are 
involved with you. Jim and Merlene are people to 
skate and snack with, but most of all to talk and 
live with. Girls are dancing, daydreaming, studying, 
singing, and especially listening to each other. 
The house gives a permanent, personal atmosphere 
to a sometimes impersonal campus. It is a part of our 
growing. 




Ellen Burke, President 

Mary Quigley, Rush Chairman 

Barbara Sullivan, Secretary 

Kathy Smith, Treasurer 




IP 



Kappa Alpha 
Theta 



Ruth Aronson 
Marcy Ballard 
Madalyn Blake 
Ellen Burke 
Nancy Bush 
Kathy Bumpus 
Barbara Burnham 
Susan Callahan 
Pauline Capone 
Jean Carmell 
Ann Chance 
Kathleen Dadoly 
Jane Delano 
Jill DeWallace 
Linda Donnelly 
Susan Fenn 
Irene Freedman 
Maureen Cillchrest 
Tina Gross 
Susan Crover 
Harriet Cuberman 
Margery Hanson 
Candace Hayden 
Donna Heller 
Pamela Howe 
Jean Kelleher 
Pamela Kopp 
Marjorie Lauer 



Heddy Liisberger 
Susan Mador 
Mignonne Megas 
Donna Mohan 
Debra Oliveria 
Monica Paquette 
Cher Podgurski 
Christine Quigley 
Mary Ellen Quigley 
Margaret Reardon 
Susan Reid 
Robin Sanders 
Kathy Sacuto 
Nancy Schneiderman 
Kathleen Scott 
Kathleen Smith 
Susan Steele 
Barbara Sullivan 
Elaine Sullivan 
Elaine A. Sullivan 
Carol Tailby 
Priscilla Tailby 
Debra Tilden 
Ann Toomy 
Suzanne Valasunas 
Patricia Walter 
Cheryl Weiss 
Marilyn Weiss 





Kappa Kappa Gamma 

The year 1967 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary 
of the founding of Delta Nu chapter at the 
University. The UMass Kappas were recognized for 
hard work, enthusiasm, and achievement by receiving 
an award at their province convention last spring. 

Civically, the Kappas united with other Greeks in 
fostering the successful tutoring program for 
culturally-deprived children in Springfield. 
Academically, they held weekly faculty guest nights, 
inviting both faculty and administrators, including 
President Lederle, to be their guests for dinner. 
Socially, their calendar was filled with such 
activities as teas, exchange suppers with fraternities, 
special events during the Christmas holidays, the 
annual Pledge Formal weekend, and active participation 
in Greek Week. 

The twenty-five years of Kappa Kappa Gamma's 
existence at the university have been productive 
and rewarding for each individual who has given 
her interest, assumed the responsibility of 
membership, and experienced the intangibles which 
are inherent in the concept of "sisterhood." 





Jaye Anderton, President 

Shelley Forbess, Vice President 

Nancy Simonds, Secretary 

Caren Johnson, Treasurer 



Janice Alberghene 
Barbara Anderson 
Jaye Anderton 
Myra Banner 
Diane Baptiste 
Marilyn Berg 
Gail Berry 
Joan Bienick 
Jean Brady 
Sharon Bresnahan 
Elaine Canter 
Deborah Chase 
Anne Craven 
Susan Conway 
Linda Dec 
Mary Delia Paolera 
Claire Dilorati 
Mary Anne Dougherty 
Grace Durrance 
Pamela Econoply 
Jacqueline Faustine 
Shelley Forbess 
Nancy Freedman 
Patricia Genova 
Ellen Crandfield 
Pamela Green 
Judith Gross 
Leslie Holt 
Kathleen Hughes 
Caren Johnson 
Cynthia Knowles 
Kathleen Koumjian 
Karen Kuczarski 
Jean Lakness 
Christina Leslie 
Jessie Mallon 



Linda McDonough 
Frances McGarry 
Pamela Meadows 
Carolyn Methe 
Deborah Miller 
Jacqueline Mize 
Melissa Murphy 
Deborah Musgrove 
Shari Nanatonis 
Sally O'Donnell 
Dorothy Rajecki 
Bette Rappaport 
Kathleen Roche 
Lesli Sanderson 
Joyce Sarat 
Marianne Schmoyer 
Nancy Simonds 
Maura Smith 
Janet Spence 
Rebecca Stedman 
Roberta St. Hill 
Karen Sullivan 
Kathleen Sullivan 
Patricia Sullivan 
Betty Swierad 
Pamela Taylor 
Virginia Therrien 
Judith Urban 
Carol Vickers 
Nancy Waide 
Kathleen Watkins 
Wllen Weinfield 
Denise Wendell 
Deborah Wilkes 
Gail Wilkes 
Carole Willard 








Kappa Sigma 



Anthony L. Chinappi, President 
Daniel F. Murley, Vice-President 
). Bruce Cochrane, Secretary 
Robert McDonough, Treasurer 




John Barbate 
Alan Becker 
Richard Benoit 
Donald Brown 
Steven Chew 
Anthony Chinappi 
J. Bruce Cochrane 
Stephen Conlon 
F. Michael Cooney 
George Crane 
R. Nicholas DiSabato 
Joseph DiSarcina 
Brian Domina 
Vincent Donohue 
Donald Dotson 
David Driscoll 
Timothy Driscoll 
John Farrelly 
Frederick Fitzpatrick 
Patrick Flaherty 
Ben Freitas 
Peter Gayeska 
Robert Goc 
Andrew Guarino 
Charles Cuss 
Robert Hansen 
Albert Holcomb 
Louis loanilli 
George Jamgochian 
Martin Johnson 
Stephen Kajander 
James Keating 
David Liberatore 
Robert McDonough 
Michael McArdle 
John Medieros 



James Mitchell 
Paul Mlinar 
John Morgan 
Kenneth Morgan 
Paul Morrison 
Daniel Murley 
John Olivari 
Stephen Olivo 
Richard Omerso 
C. Bruce Parent 
David Pikkarainen 
Donald Porter 
Richard Rappoli 
Stephen Rogers 
James Santos 
NoelSchablik 
Timothy Schmitt 
Paul Sculley 
Thomas Simonds 
Ernest Smith 
Curtis Stathis 
Kent Stevens 
Peter Sudak 
Lawrence Sullivan 
George Tokarczuk 
Frank Tavolacci 
Mark Toner 
Paul Toner 
Douglas Torrey 
Paul Vaccaro 
Martin Warner 
Robert Weeks 
Bernard Woods 
Donald Wright 
Robert Yurkus 



The seventy-five returning brotherhood of Kappa 
Sigma welcomed our new housemother, Mrs. Eva 
Chatel, this fall. Saturday afternoons also 
brought football thrills with the accomplishments 
of our many brothers on the team, especially 
pro-bound brother Greg Landry. At Homecoming, 
our alumni were pleased to see a complete 
renovation of the "house", with the addition of 
new furniture and rugs to our living room and 
library. 

Later in the fall semester, the brotherhood 
followed intensely the varsity wrestlers and 
basketball players from Kappa Sig as they 
performed their respective talents. 

The spring brought an active social semester to 
the house. Our Greek social calendar included 
such events as the House Formal, Greek Weekend, 
and the annual House Picnic. However, scholastic 
achievement is second to no other activity, as 
Kappa Sigma has consistently been among the top 
three or four Fraternities in overall cumulative 
average in the past. At Kappa Sigma, being the 
best is a tradition. 




Lambda Delta Phi 



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The way 

a candle 
A candle 

the glow 
The glow 
a smile 
A smile 

the warmth 
the sarmth 
a hand 
A hand to pin 

to pin to pledge 
A hand to guide 

to guide the way 
The way to follow 

to follow the ideals 
The ideals to cherish 

to cherish the freedom 

The freedom of being 
to be an individual 

The hand with hands 
to be united 

Unity of friendship 
Unity of ideals 

Unity of Lambda 



Cg^WaOeWaPni 




Ellen Adams 
Sandra Azer 
Elaine Balcius 
Marylouise Benson 
Geralyn Bilyeu 
Alison Bock 
Mary Britha 
Ellen Buchman 
Pamela Clement 
Maryellen Dean 
Claire Dolan 
Jean Doyle 
Jane Durna 
Mary Erwin 
Patricia Foulds 
Rosanne Fritz 
Terrilyn Geer 
Constance Gizienski 
Karen Golashesky 
Judith Gravel 
Susan Haesart 
Donna Hamblett 
Karen Hanson 



Patricia Hauck 
Barbara Kamanitz 
Judith Lagasse 
Jannette MacDonald 
Esther Marx 
Marie Maynard 
Carol Neilson 
Constance Newton 
Susan Paterson 
Paula Piela 
Barbara Ramuglia 
Maryellen Rooney 
Ellen Silva 
Diane Susco 
Sandra Switzer 
Margi Taylor 
Suzanne Thom 
Sandra Topulas 
Karen Vatcher 
Diane Wills 
Joanne Wills 
Gladys Yunik 





Brotherhood is not measured by the size of a house, 
or the trophies on a mantle, or the money which 
is in the treasury. The material terms of brick, 
tin, or silver are overshadowed by the personal 
stature of the individuals who make up a fraternity 
chapter. Since its founding in 1912, the fraternity 
brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha, Gamma Zeta chapter, 
have received and maintained a proud tradition 
of excellence in scholarship, campus affairs 
and athletics. The men of Lambda Chi Alpha direct 
their individual talents in working toward 
the good of the fraternity and strive to maintain 
a close bond between the brothers. Our late 
advisor, Mr. Stephen Gladchuk, portrayed the 
ideals of our fraternity. He gave us a true 
philosophy of learning how to live together as 
brothers which will always remain with the past, 
present, and future brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha. 




Nicholas Verenis, President 

David Woodcock, Vice President 

John Rousseau, Secretary 

Kenneth Gusciora, Treasurer 




Lambda Chi Alpha 



David Brigham 

Francis Bositis 

Gregory Buteau 

Stephen Chambers 

James Clapproad 

Edmand Coonan 

William Conway 

Norman Elliot 

Sidney Fenton 

Gerald Forgit 

Felix Giuffrida 

Allen Johnson 

Robert Lorrey 

Stephen Marzelli 

John Mitsakos 




Robert Landrews 
Robert LaChance 
Robert Marshall 
Vincent Mc Ewan 
Robert Moylan 
Martin O'Donnell 
Gerald Oldach 
Donald Robinson 
Allen Seibert 
Edward Sheehan 
Dale Siswick 
tarry Snook 
Ronald Sutherland 
Gary Vassar 
David Woodcock 



Pi Beta Phi, established on this campus in 1930 

as Alpha Lambda Mu until nationalized in 1944, 

has a long and proud tradition to uphold. To 

Pi Beta Phi goes the proud honor of being the 

first women's fraternity in the United States. 

Yet the chapter at the University of Massachusetts 

does not intend to thrive upon this distinaion, 

but hopes to reaffirm the worth and value of 

such an organization within the concept of 

Panhellenism. 

It has been so truly said that fraternal feelings 

go far beyond the social and cultural aspects of 

the sorority itself. Sisterhood is a feeling that 

must transcend the mundane aspects of human 

relationships. Sisterhood, on the highest plane, 

is a path to development, a realization of the 

true and good in every individual. Pi Beta Phi 

is all of this — an institution which presents 

the true Greek image coupled with dignity and grace. 






Julie Quincy, President 

Aurelia Palubeckus, Vice-President 

Elaine Joyce, Secretary 

Margaret Gregoritch, Treasurer 



Pi Beta Phi 




Judy Allen 

Geraldine Baron 

Sylvia Bartlett 

Cheryl Bogie 

Anne Brooksbank 

Irene Carlson 

Julie Cunningham 

Claire Davidson 

Kathryn Delibro 

Eileen Dorgas 

Mary Dunn 

Helen Falkson 

Maureen Farley 

Mary Fennessey 

Carol Filipek 

Kathleen Foy 

Leslie Graves 

Barbara Hannigan 

Jennifer Harrington 

Caren Heiser 

Pamela Jacobson 

Janet Jarvinen 

Linda Jones 

Eileen Kallio 

Penny Karafotias 

Rheta Kasmer 

Christine Kazimerick 

Susan Kiernan 

Carol LaPierre 

Joanne Levine 

Cheryl Lousarian 

Karen Lundy 

Patricia Mapps 




Lyn Massey 
Barbara McKean 
Dorothy McMullen 
Ann Merriam 
Lyn Nevins 
Frances Newton 
Colleen O'Cara 
Marjorie Owen 
Susan Patch 
Jean Peterson 
Elaine Posco 
Patricia Provada 
Katherine Quincy 
Joyce Rauseo 
Phyllis Rimmer 
Linda Saloio 
Nancy Schmuck 
June Skull 
Donna Sharpe 
Janyce Slack 
Lynne Smith 
Ellen Souza 
Pamels Stokes 
Nancy Stumpf 
Deborah Swanson 
Joan Swardlick 
Sandra Tamarrow 
Michelle Taylor 
Linda Tower 
Nancy Unger 
Sarah Wyman 
Carrie Ziemak 




A new fraternity on campus is growing, thriving, 
pregnant with promise, yet still only partly 
realized. Pi Lambda Phi, the 43rd chapter of an 
outstanding national fraternity, has been at 
375 North Pleasant Street only two years. During 
that time there's been much painting, scraping, 
hammering, and scrubbing to make a chapter house 
for the proud, growing brotherhood. There's been 
living, eating, studying, carousing together. 
Homecoming, parties, intramurals, Greek 
committees, "Good Morning, Ma", booking in the 
basement, twenty transfixed around the tube, a 
couple of "cold ones" down the Drake, cards all 
night in Lightning's room, "Great meal, Larry". 
Through vision, effort, achievement, and reward, 
we are Pi Lambda Phi, not for four years, but 
for a lifetime. 





Paul Seidel, President 
Robert Silton, Vice-President 
Samuel Gallo, Treasurer 
David Lyiis, Secretary 









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Roger Allen 

Douglas Auclair 

David Brother 

Douglas Dearborn 

Robert Doughty 

Fredrick Goodwin 

Mike Lukakis 

Gene Lussier 

Theodore LyIis 

William Marean 



P/ Lambda 
Phi 



Robert McCaughey 

Paul McNamara 

Stewart Moore 

Burt Periera 

Jeffrey Russell 

Brian Scherzer 

Paul Steinberg 

Frank Tarantlno 

Robert Tobias 

Edward Zabloski 



Q. T. V. 



Q.T.V., the University of Massachusett's oldest 
continuing fraternity, looks upon its 99th 
anniversary with equal amounts of eagerness and 
retrospect. 

In retrospect ... a fraternity is a continuing 
story of the men who through their own energies 
have contributed support to the house in its 
bleakest and happiest moments, generation after 
generation. Men like: Richard Peterson, 
coordinating chairman for UNESCO; William R. Fashe, 
structural engineer for the Tacoma Narrows wide- 
span bridge; Sheldon Bosworth, regional director 
of the Peace Corps' South Pacific area located at 
Fort Morsby, New Guinea; and more recently, Clyde 
Lee Maddox, head of the Citizen's Action Committee 
of Valdosta, Georgia. 

Even today, the Q.T.V. brotherhood has continued 
their tradition of academic and civic leadership: 
Steven R. Bragdon has been offered a Rhodes 
scholarship in hlotel and Restaurant Management. 
Rodney Ferrek recently terminated his work study 
program as apprentice navigator aboard the Torrey 
Canyon. 

Projecting into the future, we can only aspire to 
distinguish ourselves as have those in the past, 
maintaining our tradition of a diverse, yei united 
brotherhood. 





Robert Vanasse, President 



Richard Laughlin Jr., Treasurer 



Anthony Abruzzese 
Bruce Barefoot 
Daniel Barry 
David Bartholemew 
Lawrence Bonier 
James Cawley 
Stephen Chicoine 
Edward Clauss 
William Coady 
William Cody 
Thomas Corinda 
Robert Cushman 
Dirt Crookshank 
Calvin Degermand 
Joseph Dube 
Philip Du be 
Vincent DiPietro 
John Farrell Jr. 
David Fayan 
Anthony Garfield 
Collin Garstang 
James Garstang 
DobieCillis 
Alan Goren 
Robert Graff 
Ronald Galluccio 
John Hannulla 
Edward Hintlian 



Brian Hayes 
Philip Kam 
James Kelty 
David Kennedy 
Terry Kennedy 
Matthew Goulet 
Henry Laffierre 
KarlLindahl 
George MacDougal 
Richard Mahoney 
John Manoush 
Vincent McCaughey 
James Madeiros 
Robert Mullins 
John Murphy 
Arta Parisi 
John Perkins 
Gerry Rainville 
Carmen Russo 
Jeffrey Sanborn 
Bruce Scott 
Jeffrey Sopel 
Earl Stuck 
Jeffrey Timm 
Stephen Widman 
John Williams 
John Wilfert 




Sigma Alpha Mu 



Steve Adams 

Nick Ackerman 

Howie Alboum 

Howie Altman 

Marc Amine 

Wavne Baker 

Al Belsky 

Bob Bishop 

Bob Brickman 

Ed Brilliant 

Hal Cohen 

Norm Cohen 

Steve Damon 

Len Erlanger 

Paul Cately 

Dick Geikie 

Dick Gelfman 

Mike Goldstein 

Bob Governar 

Mark Heyda 

Steve Isenberg 

Ron Johnson 

Mike Kadetsky 

Julie Katz 

Ron Kelcourse 



Lee Kichen 

Rick Kramer 

Dick Lehrberg 

Greg Loumos 

George Medelinskas 

Skip Medieros 

Stan Ossman 

Len Ostroff 

Al Peakes 

Mike Reuben 

Roger Robitaille 

Mike Rosemark 

Sandy Ross 

John Snow 

George Studley 

Gerry Sweet 

JoeTringali 

Neil Waldman 

Dave Waltzman 

Neil Weinberg 

Neal Whitman 

Jim Wilkinson 

Tom Winstanly 

Paul Wonstak 

DaveZuker 



One of the most diversified brotherhoods at 

U. Mass., Sigma Alpha Mu, has distinguished 

itself socially, academically, athletically, 

and fraternally. Earning top academic standing 

among fraternities for the past four semesters, 

S.A.M. brothers can be found in honor societies 

from the freshman Phi Eta Sigma through Honors 

Colloquiam. 

The fraternity holds a variety of social activities. 

Hawaiian luaus, psychedelic parties, and 

sorority exchanges make up our social whirl. 

But the primary raison d'etre of Sigma Alpha Mu 

is fraternity. A close, mature concept of 

brotherhood is fostered both within and outside 

the confines of the house. The result is an 

experience truly complementing the educational venture. 




Robert Freed, Prior 

Mark Cherniak, Vice Prior 

Bruce Abrams, Exchequer 

Paul Frenier, Recorder 






Sigma Delta Tau 

our motto 

patriae multae spesuna 

one hope of many people 

the hope of becoming 

perceptive, giving, knowing people 

a faith in our humanness 

a love — for goodness 

a sisterhood — founded, preserved, and enjoyed 

through friendship 

There is a lot happening here simply because 

every SDT is different. At any given moment one 

could find sisters playing cards, hunting down 

our flag, studying, singing, procrastinating, 

discussing anything from dates to Dylan, or 

doing whatever one does at Mike's. Of course, 

mealtime is a happening in itself. Invariably 

the floor show, in and around the kitchen, draws 

a large audience. The star, Mrs. S, has six 

male characters of strong TC origin to back her, 

however, there is doubt as to whether she needs 

any back up. Then, just to add to ail this, the 

"dynamic duo" (that's Peter & Debby, our parents) 

arrive on the scene to restore law and order? 

All this is going on and still we all feel the 

tension and suspicion in the air because you 

never know who will be the next victim of the 

pledges or what Sabrina is doing right this very minute. 




Joyce Ananian 
Sandra Assif 
Susan Beck 
Rhoda Bernstein 
Dale Bishop 
Susan Bleistein 
Diane Brand 
Maryalice Brown 
Deborah Card 
Elizabeth Chudnovsky 
Marcia Cohen 
Nancy Crowell 
Nan Darack 
Francine Duda 
Janice Fiaikow 
Deborah Fink 
Cecile Fishman 
Joan Flynn 
Jean Forward 
Marcia Freedman 
Paula Freedman 
Pamela Fuller 
Marjorie Gold 
Eileen Goldberg 
Barbara Gross 
Ellen Gussow 
Marilyn FHeino 
Loreen Ingaciola 
Renate Jamner 
Nessa Kaplovitz 
Sharon Karp 
Kathleen Kelly 
Andrea Kittay 
Roma Klimczak 
Marsha Koss 
Sharon Kramer 




Marie Landry 
Joanna Landsman 
Barbara Levandov 
Cynthia Magno 
Marilyn Malin 
Shirley Mandell 
Susan Manning 
Linda Ann McCarthy 
Sara Molofsky 
Ronnie Moskowitz 
Linda Mostek 
Donna Newman 
Miriam Novak 
Christine O'Hare 
Carol Painter 
Janet Papile 
Tammy Pomeroy 
Anita Pruchansky 
Judy Quarrington 
Sharon Riff 
Andrea Rose 
Mona Rothman 
Sherry Rudsten 
Justine Ryan 
Enid Salamoff 
Joan Santacroce 
Carole Schreiber 
Linda Shuman 
Marilyn Snyder 
Jacqueline Somma 
Ann Swanson 
Marilyn Tuccelli 
Alice Vartanian 
Sharon Wasserman 
Leslie Weiner 
Susan Zoeller 




Sharon Wasserman 
President 



Diane Brand 
Vice President 




Marilyn Snyder 
Secretary 

Tammy Pomeroy 
Rush Chairman 



Shirley Ames 

Linda A\ res 

Betsy Berg 

Cvnthia Berg 

Mar\ Blanchette 

Nancy Bridrick 

Joan Canavan 

Donna Gushing 

Elaine DAmico 

Denise DeeLeeuw 

Nancy Dolling 

Ellen Donovan 

Elaine Eckstrom 

Chervl Elliot 

Nina Essler 

Bonnie Ellis 

Susan Fairfield 

Marline Fine 

Mary Fryer 

Donna Geraldtowski 

Jane Gillan 

Joan Herchel 

Sara Hettrick 

Donna Isabelle 

Anne Jones 

Roberta Kelley 

Kay Kerchberger 

Carol Ann Kruse 

Rita LaFlamme 

Terri Larkin 

Judith Lazarus 

Christine Leonard 

Donna Manero 





Sigma Kappa 



Paula Russo, President 
Cheryl Elliot, Vice-President 
Nancy Broderick, Treasurer 
Margaret^Maxwell, Secretary 



Lois Maniero 
Janice Maroney 
Cheryl Martin 
Lenore Martin 
Margaret Maxwell 
Marie McCarthy 
Laraine Moland 
Ava Morse 
Lee Mullane 
Nancy Neylon 
Randi Olsen 
Margaret Orazi 
Jay Palermo 
Deborah Parent 
Joanne Paul 
Mary Pawley 
Patricia Perrell 
Judith Pratt 
Joyce Ranere 
Ellen Reynolds 
Janice Robison 
Paula Russo 
Jeanne Rzeszutek 
Sherry Shaw 
Nancy Stenvall 
Gail Stevens 
Janice Tiberri 
Margaret Trout 
Mary Turner 
Shirley Turner 
Patricia Twomey 
Gail Yegian 
Jacqueline Walsh 




"Sometime in distant years when we are grown 
Gray-haired and old, whatever be our lot, 
We shall desire to see again the spot 
Which, whatsoever we have been or done 
Or to what distant lands we may have gone, 
Through the years we'll ne'er have been forgot." 

We will remember working together, pledges and 
sisters, to create more than a float or a snow 
sculpture — a memory of what it means to be a part 
of Sigma Kappa sisterhood, to live in the big 
white house. 

But now we're more concerned with present things; 
rush parties, roses from Lambda Chi Alpha on our 
Founder's Day, Father's Day fun at the Rutgers 
game, togas and pledge formal, pinning always, 
"One heart, one way." 

And as we leave, memories of the university are 
fused with the spirit of Sigma Kappa. Important 
in retrospect are the midnight snacks and Junior- 
Senior Picnic. Important at the time were exams, 
tears, secret smiles. All these blend into Sigma 
Kappa love. Now, Inspiration Week, Graduation, 
and goodbye. 



In the spring of 1963, Tri Sigma became the 

ninth Creek sorority at the university. 

Through the leadership of Nancy Frazier, 

an exchange student from Florida State 

University, who was a sister of Rho 

Chapter, the foundations were established. 

When our Camma lota chapter received its 

charter, we added a New England flavor 

to Tri Sigma since most of our sister 

Chapters are in the South and Mid-West. 

We moved into our homey farmhouse by the 

Education building and stayed there 

through 1965. However, the university 

needed our house. Nevertheless the bonds 

of sisterhood kept us together and by a 

stroke of luck we were able to move into 

Phi Sigma Kappa's house in the fall of 

1966. As the spirit of sisterhood 

increases from year to year, we look 

forward to a rewarding future when Tri 

Sigma shall have a new house in Fraternal Park. 






Susan Bernstein, President 

Lois Engebretson, Vice President 

Dorothy Gwodtz, Secretary 

Mary Ann Drega, Treasurer 



Sigma Sigma Sigma 



Mary Ann Bailey 

Deborah Barlow 

Jo Anne Barrett 

Margaret Barry 

Nancy Bergsma 

Susan Bernstein 

Carole Bialy 

Susan Booth 

Linda Castellarin 

Jan Cavanaugh 

Carol Contilli 

Diane Cormier 

Judy Copithorne 

Judy Cremarosa 

Patricia Dobyna 

Nary Ann Drega 

Jo Anne Dunsford 

Lois Engebretson 

Christine Eulian 

Joann Fujczak 

Marti Goldrick 

Mary Graves 

Dorothy Gwozdz 

Corky Hood 

Patricia Haluck 

Alma Ingram 

Elaine Kagan 

Linda Kay 

Ellen Kleinmam 

Sheila Kokidko 

Barbara Leary 

Laura Levine 

Abby Litwack 




Mary Mackin 
Rose Ann Marcinczyk 
Claudia Metrick 
Susan Morley 
Lynne O'Connell 
Jane Pike 
Sheila Renaud 
Ann Richardson 
Nancy Richardson 
Karen Rogers 
Rita Russetti 
Marie Ruwet 
Marie Sakells 
Joan Samuels 
Diane Schiffmacker 
Jan Secatore 
Martha Sharritt 
Carol Sheldon 
Gail Silva 
Joyce Smoot 
Lynda Stevens 
Martha Strandberg 
Susan Taylor 
Susan Thompson 
Ericka Thrash 
Anne Tirrell 
Jane Tracy 
Alice Triestman 
Sandra Trowbridge 
Anne Twomey 
Gayle Wegund 
Kathryn Wilson 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 



James Alexander 

Bruce Bannick 

William Bannick 

V\ illiam Bean 

Richard Belforti 

James Berk 

Joseph Bishop 

Peter Borovveic 

David Breed 

Douglas Bruhm 

Arthur Buonamono 

Charles Burr 

Kevin Carroll 

Howard Chapin 

Mark Chenoweth 

Jay Concannon 

James Dadmun 

Robert Dambrov 

Robert Donaldson 

Wayne Eisman 

James Callerani 

Jean Louis Garbose 

Robert Goodhue 

Jeffery Halpern 

Richard Harrison 



William Hartig 

Paul Hoss 

Brian Hubbard 

Martin Jacobsen 

Gregory Johnson 

Richard Johnson 

John Kitchen 

Michael Klubock 

David Koitz 

David Korenberg 

William Lane 

Elliot Levy 

Robert Lewis 

Robert Mahoney 

Edward Malmborg 

Robert Mancusi 

Charles Maradian 

Robert Marshall 

Francis Mascianica 

William McCarthy 

William McColl 

Richard McDonnell 

Terrence McDonough 

Paul McGonagle 

Richard Maclnery 



Richard McKeever 

Eric Melanson 

Francis Mirkin 

Richard Moorhouse 

Wayne Niederjohn 

Randolph Parker 

Robert Perry 

Gary Peterson 

John Peterson 

Joseph Petkewich 

George Plantinga 

Gregory Rand 

Robert Rosen 

Peter Rossetti 

Marc Ryerson 

Alfred Saggese 

Robert Salo 

Jeffrey Sherman 

Bruce Spence 

Louis Stamos 

Herbert Sullivan 

Jay Wein 

Ronald Wilbur 





In 1912 a chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, the second 
largest national fraternity with 188 chapters, 
was chartered on this campus. Now, over half a 
century later, we are proud of the many 
accomplishments that have been, and are continuing 
to be made. 

What is a fraternity? The answer can be given in 
different ways. Our answer at Sig Ep is that a 
fraternity is nothing more or less than its 
brothers. The "good times" cannot be forgotten, 
but again, the "times" are only as good as the 
brothers. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon is a place where individual 
opinions are fostered and respected, where outside 
interests lend the House a broad interest base, 
and where those seeking true friendship and 
close-knit living can turn. We have grown and 
achieved fraternally, academically, and socially 
over the years at the University. 



Richard Johnson, President 

Jay Wein, Vice President 

Robert Mancusi, HiHorian 

Ronald Wilbur, Treasurer 







An old man, going along a highway, 
Came at the evening, cold and gray. 
To a chasm vast and deep and wide; 
The old man crossed in the twilight dim. 
The sullen stream had no fear for him; 
But he turned when safe on the other side 
And built a bridge to span the tide. 

"Old man," said a fellow pilgrim near 

"You are wasting your strength with building here; 

Your journey will end with the ending day. 

You never again will pass this way; 

Why build you this bridge at evening tide?" 

The builder lifted his old gray head — 

"Good friend, in the path I have come, "he said 

"There followeth after me today, 

A youth whose feet must pass this way; 

This chasm that has been naught to me 

To that fair haired youth may a pitfall be; 

He, too, must cross in the twilight dim — 

Good friend, I am building this bridge for him." 

And that's TEP; not just Saturday nights' parties 
or Wednesday's exchanges, not just football out 
front or going Hatching. TEP is more; it's studying 
together, it's living and growing together. It's 
building for the future while living the present. 
It's brotherhood — and it's TEP. 



Donald Alberico 

Richard Aron 

John Balboni 

Gary Barnett 

Gary Bianchi 

Lorrey Bianchi 

Ralph Bornstein 

Kenneth Branco 

David Calef 

Arnold Cohen 

David Cohen 

Robert Cohen 

William Dailey 

Murray Dennis 

William DeVore 

Salvatore Diprima 

Richard Egbert 

Raymond Ellerbrook 

David Feinberg 

Alan Fisher 

Conrado Fleites 

Robert Florin 

Lawrence Fortunoff 

John Gallagher 

Howard Gan 

Russell Ganz 

Alan Goodman 

John Griffin 

John Gumula 

Jay Hanflig 

John FHarrison 

Kevin FHart 

Bradford Herling 

Richard Hoadley 

James Holicker 

John Howard 

Ralph Hubley 

Jarvis Frederick 

Martin Kalikow 







Robert Koppel 
Clifford Kramer 
Richard Lambert 
David Lubarsky 
Robert Marcinuk 
JackMaskell 
Marshall Molliver 
James Morris 
William Morrison 
John Murphy 
Michael Nathanson 
Stephen Neigher 
Barry Newborn 
Irwin Novak 
Kevin O'Connor 
Ronald Ossen 
Salvatore Pace 
James Parell 
Geoffrey Piken 
Randolph Robinson 
Lawrence Rosen 
Andrew Rubin 
Gerald Rush 
Richard Salvini 
Richard Samuelson 
Mark Schlossberg 
Mark Senders 
Howard Shane 
Michael Shear 
Robert Spekman 
Anthony Speranzo 
Donald Togneri 
Michael Travado 
Peter Trivers 
Albert Valenti 
Douglas Volk 
John Walsh 
Paul Weber 



Howard Shane, President 
John Balboni, Vice-President 
Stephen Neigher, Secretary 
Andrew Rubin, Treasurer 



Tau Epsilon Phi 





That old familiar house has changed color on the 
outside but on the inside we are still the same. 
Studies, athletics and Saturday nights are our 
trademarks. TKE ... an experience one can never 
forget; those fun times, that good food, those 
cards and darts. 

It has been relatively quiet this year. The 
window bill is at a low, giving us enough money 
for a new study and encyclopedia set. Next comes 
a new library. 

Aside from the fun we have, each and every Teke 
has acquired a sense of pride which is found only 
here at Tau Kappa Epsilon. The brothers here 
represent a well orgaaized and close bunch of guys 
who represent one of the two hundred and thirty 
six chapters found around the country. 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 



Joseph Colosi, President 

Philip Morton, Vice-President 

Thomas York, Pledge Trainer 

Ronald Scherban, Rush Chairman 




Walter Alessi 

John Badgley 

Stanley Baron 

Robert Bradley 

Robert Burgett 

Robert Carley 

Eugene Caso 

Joseph Colosi 

William Coughlin 

Robert Covill 

Robert Crotly 

Warin Dexter 

Richard Donlin 

Arthur Donovan 

Richard Dooley 

Jon Dubiel 

Douglas Faucette 

Robert Fowler 

Willis Frisbee 

Donald Clogowski 

Henry Herchel 

Timothy Klllilea 

Richard Legasse 




Stephen Lithfield 
John Maranganis 
Robert Morrill 
Philip Morton 
James Nangle 
Joseph Nordello 
Brian Perry 
Vincent Pina 
Roger Prefontaine 
Mario Riganzio 
Walter Rogers 
Stephen Sabbag 
Michael Sarowski 
Martin Scheralis 
Ronald Scherban 
Edward Sherman 
Robert Stead 
David Supple 
Kenneth Tonis 
Charles Tulinski 
Thomas York 
John Zaieski 



Phi Mu Delta 



Phi Mu Delta's development stems from the 
organization, the National Federation of Commons 
Club, founded in 1899, at Wesleyan University, 
Middleton, Connecticut. This parent organization 
was made up of local chapters in various colleges 
throughout the country. It often shouldered the 
responsibilities for the major activities of the 
undergraduate bodies. 

The sentiment for stronger and more definite 
order in the organizational structure lead the 
delegates of Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, 
and Union College to vote for the formation of the 
Greek-letter fraternity. Phi Mu Delta, on March 
1,1918. 

The inception of Nu Zeta chapter at the University 
of Massachusetts took place in 1954. The members 
of Phi Mu Delta fraternity have established 
specific goals which have helped the chapter 
create an atmosphere of scholastic and social 
companionship. Running the house in a democratic 
manner is an important educational as well as 
maturing experience. 

In extracurricular activities, brothers of Phi Mu 
Delta have been presidents of the Student Senate 
and the Interfraternity Council. In sports Phi Mu 
Delta fielded the intramural football champions 
this year. 

Phi Mu Delta's closely knit brotherhood will 
surely continue its tradition of campus leadership, 
academically, socially, and athletically. 



Norman Allard 
Edward Arcaro 
John Ausikaitis 
Christopher Bakas 
Donald Barton 
William Brunton 
John Buckley 
Laurie Burnaby 
Jose Carreras 
Ronald Christensen 
Manuel Chrobak 
Robert Connors 
William Davis 
Richard Emerson 
John Ferriter 
Marc Freeman 
William Goodwin 
Robert Corey 
Bruce Heider 
Donald Jenkins 
John Johnson 
Richard Joyce 
William Karl 
Paul Klorer 
John Lappen 
David Larson 



Thomas Lefebee 
Mark Lefever 
Christian Maciejewski 
Dimitri Maistrellis 
David Mankowsky 
Donald Maurides 
Donald McLean 
Francis McWilliams 
Neal Murphy 
David Murray 
Michael Nadler 
Allen Northrup 
Eugene Paltrineri 
Michael Panchuck 
Richard Pinto 
Garry Powell 
Charles Ratner 
Bernard Rosenblum 
Richard Shaw 
Jeremy Slack 
Steven Stanford 
Allan Stevenson 
Walter Villa 
Barry Wendell 
Dennis Wholey 







James Hatherley, 
President 
Dennis Erdmann, 
Vice President 



Raymond Rigney Jr., 
Treasurer 
Frank Guidara, 
I.F.C. President 





Alpha Mu Chapter of Phi Sigma Delta was founded 

at this campus in the Spring of 1957. Moving 

into a new house at 367 No. Pleasant St., the 

founders worked to improve the brotherhood. 

The Fall of 1965 was the beginning of a new era 

for us. Starting the year with seventeen members, 

the brotherhood had tripled by the Summer of 1967. 

At that time one of our foremost goals had been 

realized. We were awarded the Phi Sigma Delta 

President's Cup for Achievement. In the overall 

fraternity standings, we placed highly in sports 

and academics and our social functions were 

immensely successful. But even more important 

is the fact that Phi Sig is now a unified and 

cohesive fraternity with its sights set on a 

bright future in a new house at Fraternity Park. 



Phi Sigma Delta 




Kevin O'Reilly 
President 
Leonard Nyer 
Vice-President 



David Marshall 
Kevin McKenna 
Thomas More 
Thomas Nastasia 
Jonathan Nourse 
Ronald Payne 
Donald Petrone 
Gerald Principe 
Gideon Rechnitz 
Francis Reynolds 
John Rybak 
Vincent Ryszewski 
Vincent Scalese 
Richard Sewell 
Craig Shuffain 
Robert Singer 
Tobert Sprague 
Frank Taylor 
Benn Titleman 
Steve Whitkin 
Jack Young 




Richard Anton 

James Bakos 

Michael Barnes 

Martin Berkov^itz 

Kennith Bodziac 

Francis Bourdon 

Richard Ceplikas 

Jay Cohen 

John Earle 

Gregory Field 

Richard Fortier 

Stephen Garanin 

Ralph Goldfarb 

Mark Goodfriend 

Raymond Grzenda 

John FHarder 

Roy Immonen 

Robert Jackson 

Paul Johnson 

Stephen Karoul 

Anthony Lauria 

Robert Malavich 



Robert Band 
Treasurer 





Phi Sigma Kappa 




Peter Allaire 

Eric Berkpwitz 

Donald Binns 

David Borge 

Alfred Boyajizn 

Michael Calignazzi 

Samuel Cannavo 

John Carter 

Fred Chen 

George C'Miel 

Terrill Crouch 

Peter Dawson 

Donald Fanning 

John Foresto 

Gary Gardinier 

Paul Gibbs 

Michael Grant 

David Graves 

Mark Groffman 

Robert FHarrington 

Harold Heap 

David Herick 

Stuart Hills 

Peter Honea 

Robin Hotchkinson 

Raymond Hutchings 

Paul Killian 

Leo Konovalov 

Thomas Laredo 




David Vajcovec, 
Pledge Inductor 



Lawrence Liptak 
William Lupien 
James Mannes 
Michael McAndrew 
Lee McNeil 
Charles Melesky 
John Mofocco 
Robert Morrissey 
Anthony Motta 
Ronald Murphy 
Robert Ovanes 
Robert Peterson 
Dennis Powersk 
James Reid 
Anthony Repucci 
Asley Richards 
Arthur Segaloff 
William Simpson 
Russell Snow 
Hrayr Tamazarian 
David Vajcovec 
Paul Verville 
Thomas Voisin 
Gary Walker 
Warren Wetherbee 
William Winturi 
Austen Zipeto 



Five years after the Massachusetts Agricultural 
College had opened its doors, Phi Sigma Kappa 
was founded by six aspiring young men. 

Founded on the three cardinal principles of 
Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Character, Phi Sig 
holds these in as high esteem today as did the 
Founding Fathers in the days of Mass Aggie. 

Phi Sigs have held and always will hold the idea 
of brotherhood as our goal towards true fraternalism. 
With a house of less than sixty brothers. Phi Sigs 
have a close association which is often lacking 
in larger fraternal groups. 

Both on campus and off Phi Sigs have shown the 
extent to which character has been embodied in 
them. Our Christmas party for underprivileged 
children shows the willingness and determination 
Phi Sigs have in expressing the need that the 
Greek system be a part of the University campus. 
Phi Sig remains a leader among fraternities and 
most important, it offers its men the chance to 
become leaders in their fields. 





Chi Omega 

In pleasure or if weary, 
With joy or sorrow to share, 
I know what 'ere my feeling, 
A comfort I can find. 

In my sisterhood I discover 
A new facet of myself, 
A home where 1 am welcome — 
A place I welcome others. 

When I require solitude, 

I can find retreat — 

An encouragement from friends. 

Happiness within myself. 

Somehow 1 am larger. 

My friendships somehow deeper 

A gift has been given to my tomorrow, 

A delight to my today. 

"Ever together in spirit we'll be. 

Omega Chi, you are mine through eternity. 

Kathy Kane, President 
Gail Monprode, Vice President 
Sue Harrington, Secretary 
Felisa Alagar, Treasurer 



Felisa Alagar 
Janet Alberghini 
Patti Aspinwall 
Linda Austin 
Pam Barrett 
Charlotte Beless 
Donna Bellarado 
Joan Bentz 
Vivian Besser 
Joan Bourbonnais 
Susan Brady 
)ody Burke 
Jane Burnside 
Linda Carnevale 
Jackie Compton 
Lorraine Contuzzi 
Ann Courtenmanche 
Debby Cowan 
Merry Crowe 
Ann Dacey 
Paula De'Angelis 
Lisa D'Elia 
Kathy Dexter 
Susan Dillon 
Pat Dirsa 
Nancy Donovan 
Cretchen Englund 
Sonnie Falandes 
Susan Finneran 
Joyce Fish 
Althea Gould 
Susan Harrington 
Heidi Hartley 
Nancy Haynes 
Sandy Holm 



Jill Hosner 
Joanne Johnson 
Kathy Kane 
Collette Kettle 
Edwina Kuja 
Stephanie Leach 
Donna Mackey 
Chris Mandracia 
Joan Manning 
Carol Megizsky 
Gail Monprode 
Ram Munson 
Elaine Murphy 
Randy Neiner 
Marcia Neimic 
Jeanne Onnen 
Nancy Peper 
Sandra Pelczarski 
Sandy Ritter 
M. S. Ryan 
Claudia Salvatore 
Bonolyn Sampson 
Pat Scanlon 
Susan Swenson 
Susan Tantrums 
Betty True 
Nancy Turner 
Eileen Valkevitch 
Chris West 
Marty Whalen 
Ethel Whittlesey 
Kathy Willis 
Wendy Young 
Ann Yourga 
Sandy Zailen 




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Through Interest or Tradition . . . Organization 




CULMINATION 




Editors: Barbara Goldrick 

Christine Mandracia 

Immersion in the college 
experience — as a 
student, as a 

participant, as a member 
of a group — 
perpetrates a potential 
to assume one's place of 
relevance in society. 
The caps and gowns 
symbolize a materialization 
of answers to the 
questions: Who am I? 
Where am I going? The 
individual has 
culminated in a 
directive sense — he 
has yet to prove his 
value. 
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Paul Demariano 



One of the highlights of 

the Student Leaders' 

Colloquium was the annaul 

presentation by 

■ President John Lederle 

of the Distinguished 

Senior Awards. Chosen 

by selected faculty and 

administrators, the ten 

Distinguished Seniors 

were recognized for 

their continued 

distinguished service 

to the University 

community 






Administration 
and Faculty 
Choose Ten 
Distinguished 
Seniors 



Mary Sheila Ryan 



Rich Sadowsl<i 



Al Davis 





Richard Wood 



A committee of students headed by the Student 

Senate President selected twenty-eight seniors to 

Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 

Students, faculty and administration were invited 

to recommend qualified students to the committee. 

Selections were made on the basis of scholarship, 

extra-curricular activities and future usefulness 

to the community. 



Chester Weinerman 
Marianne Schmoyer 





Twenty-Eight Seniors 
Honored by Who's Who 



Stephen Stefanik 




David Reynolds 



Richard Sadowski 



Mary Sheila Ryan 



Patricia Petow 





James Foudy 



Jacquelyn Hall 



Richard Perkins Mary Fennessey 










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Cheryl Evans 
Claudia Dembski 



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Cynthia Hunt 




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. . . as Pre-ceremony 
Preparations Begin 

A stadium traditionally marked with the 
thunderous cheers of "Go, Redmen!" was 
transformed by 2320 caps and gowns into 
the processional dignity of commencement. 
John W. Gardner, director of the Urban 
Coalition and former Secretary of Health, 
Education, and Welfare, was the principal 
speaker. Cited as a leader whose 
inspiration "brought talented men and 
women to a weary bureaucracy" and as one 
whose "creative leadership gave America 
renewed hope for attainment of unmatched 
heights of excellence in education", 
Gardner stressed to the graduating class 
the cruciality of personal involvement in 
the impeding social problems of 
contemporary America. 

President John W. Lederie conferred 
respective degrees upon the candidates, 
and with the toss of a spectrum of tassels, 
a multitude of striving individuals became. 




Graduation Reflects 

the End of Preparation 

and the Beginning 

of Fulfillnnent 



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Appointed an 

Officer in the 

United States 

Air Force, Do 

Solemnly Swear 

that I Will 

Support and 

Defend the Constitution of the United States 

Against All Enemies, Foreign and Domestic; 

that I Will Bear True Faith and Allegiance to 

the Same; that I Take This Obligation Freely 

Without Any Mental Reservation or Purpose of 

Evasion; and that I Will Well and Faithfully 

Discharge the Duties of the Office Upon Which 

I Am About to Enter, So Help Me God. '' 



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ABBEY, PAUL F.; Northfield; Hotel and Restaurant Manage- 
ment; Greenfield Community College. 

ABBOTT, CAROLEE CLAIR; Harwich; Art; Cape Cod Com- 
munity College; Ski Club. 

ABBOTT, DAVID A.; Amherst; Recreation; Phi Sigma 
Kappa; N.E.S.; Intramurals; Recreation Club. 

ABRAMS, BRUCE EARL; Brighton; Sociology; Sigma Alpha 
Mu, Treas., Steward; Exec. Council; Maroon Keys; Fresh- 
man Football; Fraternity Managers Assoc, Board of Direc- 
tors. 



ACKERMAN, SUSAN JOAN; East Meadow, N.Y.; French; 
Honors Colloquia; Junior Year in France; Editorial Board, 
Caesura; French Corridor Counselor. 

ADAMS, ELLEN B.; River Edge, N.J.; Elementary Education; 
Lambda Delta Phi, Activities Chrm.; Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Student Senate Academic Affairs Comm.; Dean's List. 

ADAMS, ROXANA JANE; Provincetown; English; Col- 
legian. 

ADELM-\N,LANNIEJ.; Newton; Nursing. 



AFRAME, CARL D.; Worcester; Government; Intramurals; 
Phi Sigma Alpha; Dorm Athletic Chrm.; Dorm Council- 
Dean's List. 

AGEY, BARBARA ANN; North Andover; Russian; Russian 
Club, Treas., V.P.; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Ski Club. 

AHERNE, ROBERT M.; Newton Lower Falls; Production 
Management; Boston College. 

AINES, PAULINE INA; Mattapan; Child Development; 
Dorm Counselor; Hillel; National Association for the Ed- 
ucation of Young Children. 





ALAGAR, FELISA VITA; Boston; German; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, President; Scrolls; Chi Omega, Treasurer. 

ALBERGHINI, DAVID PAUL; Springfield; Chemical Engi- 
neering; A.I.Ch.E.; Dorm Counselor; Newman Club. 

ALBERTUZZI, SUSAN JANE; Shoreham, N.Y.; Chemistry; 
lota Gamma Upsilon, Pres., Second V.P.; Ski Club; Sport 
Parachute Club; Equestrian Club; Chemistry Club. 

ALCOCK, ELIZABETH RANDAL; Hingham; Marketing; 
Marketing Club, Sec; American Marketing Assoc; Dorm 
Scholarship Comm. 



ALESSI, WALTER ALBERT; Newton; Physical Education; 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Athletic Chrm,; Varsity Lacrosse, Co- 
Capl.; Ice Hockey; Intramurals. 

ALI, FAISAL ISA; Pitlsfield; Zoology; North Adams State 
College; Kappa Delta Phi; Arab Club. 

ALIU, JOYCE MARY; Scroti; Geography; Makerere Univ. 
College, E. Africa; African Students Association; Inter- 
national Club. 

ALLAIRE, PETER GEORGE; Auburn; Marketing; Phi Sigma 
Kappa. 




ALLAN, WILLIAM HENRY; Sharon; Fisheries Biology; Kap- 
pa Sigma; Frosh Swimming; Varsity Soccer. 

ALLEN, JUDITH LOUISE; Glen Rock, New Jersey; Elemen- 
tary Education; Pi Beta Phi; N.E.S.; Dean's List. 

ALLEN, SHELLEY; Aqawam; English. 

ALMSTROM, DAVID HOWARD; West Boylston; Pre-Vet; 
Worcester State College; Alpha Zeta; Animal Science 
Club; Danforth Award; Senior Honors; Honors Colloquium. 






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ALTON, KATHLEEN BERNICE; Dudley; Nursing; Marching 
Band; Judson Fellowship; Nursing Club; Baptist Church 
Choir; Outing Club. 

AMES, SHIRLEY JANET; Wrentham; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Sigma Kappa, Social Chrm.; Dean's List; Exchange 
Student; Arts & Music Comm.; Educ. Club. 

ANANIS, ROSEMARY ADELLA; Cambridge; Sociology; 
Dorm Pres.; Kappa Alpha Theta; Intramurals; Newman 
Club. 

ANDELMAN, DAVID ELLIS; Cambridge; History; Varsity 
Basketball Manager. 





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ANDERSEN, JUDITH EDNA; East Longmeadow; Sociology; 
Sociology Club, Sec, Pres. 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK HERBERT; Springfield; Civil En- 
gineering; Bay State Special Forces, Commander; ASCE, 
V.P.; Varsity Swimming Team; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Rep. 

ANDERSON, JUDITH MARIE; Seekonk; Nursing; Nursing 
Club; Lutheran Club; Equestrian Club. 

ANDERSON, SUSAN CAROL; Middletown, N.Y.; Sociolo- 
gy; Winter Carni Publicity Comm.; Sociology Club; Sociol- 
ogy Club Research Comm. Chrm.; Dorm Standards Board. 



ANDERBERG, GARY NELSON; Watertown; Pre-Dental; 
Operetta Guild; Amherst Jazz Orchestra. 

ANDERSEN, DONNA JEAN; Willingboro, N.J.; /\ccount/ng; 
Mortar Board, Pres.; Pi Beta Phi, Treas.; SWAP; Dorm 
Counselor; SUG Board. 

ANDERSON, JEAN C; Concord; English; Southwest Pa- 
troits, Pres.; Collegian; Dorm Exec. Council; Ski Club. 

ANDERSEN, JOHN HENRY; Benton Harbor, Michigan; 
History; Varsity Track, Co-Capt.; Varsity Cross Country, Co- 
Capt.; Dean's List; Theta Chi. 






ANDERSON, SUSAN ELINA; Dudley; Nursing; Nursing 
Club; Equestrian Club; Judo Club; Modern Dance Club. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM CHARLES; Framingham; Govern- 
ment; Dean's List; Young Democrats; Summer Exec. Coun- 
cil. 

ANDERTON, JAYE RANDALL; Wakefield; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Dean's List; Honors Colloquia; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma, Pres., 2nd V.P.; Index; Education Club. 

ANDREAS, RONALD, JR.; Beverly; Civil Engineering; 
A.S.C.E. 




ANDREWS, DONNA LOUISE; Millbury; English; Judson 
Fellowship; Campus Crusade for Christ. 

ANDRUCHOW, ELAINE F.; Wakefield; Elementary Educa- 
tion: Education Club; Orthodox Club; Dean's List. 

ANENBERG, MARSHA JOAN; New Hyde Park, N.Y.; Soci- 
ology: Harpur College; N.E.S.; Dean's List; Honors Collo- 
quia. 

ANGELO, MICHAEL WILLIAM; Pittsfield; /\rt. 



ANTIL, JOHN H.; Northampton; Economics; Zeta Nu; 
Dean's List; Pre-Med Club; University Economics Assoc. 

ANTONELLIS, ANTOINETTE; Brighton; Government; Pre- 
Law Assoc; Young Democrats; lota Gamma Upsilon. 

APICELLA, DONNA MARIA; Hopedale; Elementary Educa- 
tion: Worcester State College; Newman Club Choir; Dean's 
List: Kappa Delta Pi; Educ. Club. 

APPLEB>, PAUL R.; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Psycho/ogy; 
Symphony Band; Symphony Orchestra; Brass Choir. 





APPLETON, WILLIAM BICELOW; Leominster; Marketing; 
Dorm Council; Dorm Counselor; Intramurals; Dean's List; 
Dorm Treasurer. 

ARCIFA, CAROL MARIE; North Andover; journalism- 
English; Dorm Social Chrm.; Newman Club; lota Gamma 
Upsilon; Panhel; Dean's List. 

ARKINS, THOMAS J.; Garden City, N.J.; Pre-Medical; 
Pre-Med Club; Newman Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Intramurals. 

ARNOLD, PHYLLIS ELLEN; Newton; fiotany; Newman 
Club; Educ. Club. 



ARON, RICHARD HOWARD; Chestnut Hill; Marketing; 
Tau Epsilon Phi, Exec. Board; Intramurals; Marketing Club. 

ARRISON, THOMAS ALLEN; Springfield, Vt.; Business; 
Marching Band; Collegian; Alpha Phi Omega; Forestry 
Club. 

ASTIFAN, TAMARA L.; Agawam; Art Education; Education 
Club; Dean's List. 

ASTORINO, LOUIS WILLIAM; North Adams; Mechanical 
Engineering. 



ATHERTON, ESTHER WESTGATE; Sagamore; English; Uni- 
versity Symphony Orchestra; Wesleyaires, Wesley Founda- 
tion; Phi Kappa Phi; Dorm Program Comm.; Grace Church 
Choir. 

AUGER, DONNA PRISCILLA; Worcester; Psychology; Edu- 
cation Club; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

AUSTIN, LINDA JOY; North Attleboro; Home Economics; 
Chi Omega; Exec. Council; Home Economics Club; Naiads. 

AVITABILE, PETER VICTOR; Braintree; Forest Management; 
Football; Intramurals; Forestry Club; Ski Club; APO. 




AZER, SANDRA R.; Milton; Elementary Education; Belcher- 
town Volunteers; Lambda Delta Phi, V.P.; Dorm Counselor; 
Educ.Club. 

BABBITT, POLLY ANN; Avon, Conn.; Math; Square Dance 
Club; Covenant Community; Equestrian Club; Rifle Team; 
Mounted Drill Team. 

BACON, ROSANNE KATHERINE; Brighton; English; 
Lambda Delta Phi, 2nd V.P., Pres.; Newman Club; Dorm 
Program Comm. 

BADCLEY, JOHN RICHARD; Murray Hill, N.J.; Finance; 
Maroon Keys; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres., Social Chrm.; I.F.C.; 
Economics Club; Freshman Basketball. 





BAGDON, JOHN J. JR.; Sunderland; Plant & Soil Science; 
Alpha Zeta; Dean's List; Horticulture Club; Commuter's 
Club. 

BAGLIO, MARGARET N.; Abington; Education; Dorm 
Counselor; NES; Precisionetts; Educ. Club; Dorm Social 
Chrm. 

BAGNALL, NORENE ANN; Holyoke; English; Holyoke 
Community College; Orchard Hill Film Society; English 
Literary Club; Students for Political Action. 

BAILEY, JUDITH ANNE; Lowell; Sociology; Dean's List; 
Sociology Club; Newman Club. 



BAIRD, J. STEPHEN; South Weymouth; Economics; Boston 
University; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List; Honor's Work; 
Intramurals. 

BAKER, STEPHEN PHILIP; Belmont; History; Intramurals. 

BAKUN, PETER EDWARD; Harvard; Physical Education; 
Intramurals. 

BALCH, LINDA CAROL; Upton; Fashion Merchandising; 
Home Economics Club; Colonel's Cadre, Sec, Rush Chrm. 
Service Chrm.; Index; Dean's List. 



BALSAM, VIRGINIA LOUISE; Hillsdale, N.J.; Nursing; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 1968 Nursing Class, V.P.; Dorm Stan- 
dards Council; Dorm Counselor; Nursing Club. 

BANAS, JOYCE ANN; Hadley; Education; Education Club; 
Commuters Club. 

BANNER, MYRA JANE; Needham Heights; History; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Panhel Council; Mortar Board; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Who's Who. 

BAPTISTE, DIANE DOROTHEA; Lexington; Government; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Index; Senate Public Relations 
Comm.; NES; Newman Club. 





BARAN, STANLEY; Lawrence, Speech. 

BARBARO, JOHN A.; Quincy; Psychology; Marching Band; 
Alpha Phi Omega; N.E.S. 

BARCLAY, LOIS JEANNE; Canton; Physical Education; 
Modern Dance Club. 

BARCLAY, RICHARD LEIGH; Lexington; Wood Technology; 
Freshman Tennis; Forestry Club; Woodsman's Team. 



BARDSLEY, GEOFFREY CARL; Methuen; Art: QTV; Art 
Club. 

BARNAT. DANIEL SEAN; Methuen; Mathematics: Zeta Nu; 
I.F.C.; Greek Week, Chrm.; Marching Band; Dean's List. 

B.ARR, HENRY LEWIS; Newton; Government: Senior Hon- 
or's Project; Winter Carni Coordinator; Student Senate; 
President's Council; Senior Week Chrm. 

B-\RRY, CYNTHIA ANN; Beverly; English: Mass. Bay; 
N.E.A.; N.C.T.A. 





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B^RR'i. SURC^RET A.: Medford; Elementary Education: 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Rush Chrm.; Women's Inter-Residence 
Hall Council; Education Club; Newman Club; N.E.S. 

BARTLETT, CYNTHIA KEELING; Walpole; Child Develop- 
ment: Sigma Sigma Sigma; Home Economics Club; Exec, 
Council; Dorm Counselor. 

BARTLETT, SYLVI.'\; Shrewsbury; Elementary Education: 
Education Club; Exec. Council; Winter Carni Concert 
Comm.; Pi Beta Phi; Dean's List. 

BATCHELDER, K.ATRENE; Wakefield; Psychology: N.E.S.; 
Belchertown Volunteers; Exec. Council; Winter Carni 
Comm. 





BATES, LAURENCE RUSSELL; Amherst; Landscape Arch.: 
Land Arch Club; Commuters Club; Intramurals. 

BAYLEY, RUSSELL JONES; Natick; Government: Beta 
Kappa Phi; Winter Carni Comm.; Hookers Club; Freshman 
Gymnastics. 



BEARSE, PHYLLIS ARLENE; Gloucester; Latin: Dorm Social 
Comm. 

BEATON, SANDRA JOY; Reading; Education: Southwest 
College Council; Educ. Club; Square Dance Club; Dean's 
List. 



BEALDREAULT, ROBERT CHARLES; Chicopee; English. 

BEAUMONT, PATRICIA ANN; Islington; Physical Educa- 
tion: WAA Board, Pres.; Varsity Field Hockey; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi. 

BECK, SUSAN ROBERTA; Milton; Psychology: Sigma Delta 
Tau; Dorm Counselor; Index: N.E.S. 

BEDARD, ANDREA J.; Athol; Education. 





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BEER, DONNA JEAN; Dorchester; French: Scroll; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Exec. Council; Dean's List; Panhel. 

BEHRENS, EDWARD HAROLD; Jacksonville, Vt.; Electrical 
Engineering: Institute of Electronic & Electrical Engineers. 

BELANGER, PAUL LEO; Holyoke; Zoology: Varsity Swim- 
ming; Scuba Club; Intramurals; Newman Club. 

BELDING, RICHARD W.; Westfield; Marketing: Usher for 
Athletic Dept.; Ski Instructor, Athletic Dept.; Marketing 
Club, 




BELESS, CHARLOTTE LEE; Winthrop; History; Chi Omega, 
Pledge Trainer, Rush Chrm.; Revelers; Dean's List; Archae- 
ological Summer Program; Area Judiciary. 

BELFORTI, RICHARD CHARLES; Wellesley; Genera/ Man- 
agement; Judo Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

BELL, BARBARA ANNE; Nabnasset; History; House Man- 
agement; History Club. 

BELLAMY, JOANN ELIZABETH; Weymouth; Nursing; Nurs- 
ing Club, Treas.; Operetta Guild; Marching Band, Props. 




BELSKY, ALBERT HERSCHEL; Holyoke; American History; 
Sigma Alpha Mu, Treas.; Senior Honors Program; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

BELTIS, ROBERT LEWIS; Braintree; Accounting; Dorm 
Council; Dorm Treas.; Cultural Activities Comm.; Intra- 
murals; Accounting Association. 

BENDER, GERALD EDWIN; Dalton; Physics; University of 
Rochester. 

BENEDICT, JEAN ELWOOD; Needham; Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



BENJAMIN, JOHN ATLEE; Dalton; Mathematics; Newman 
Club; Dean's List. 

BENNETT, DIANA JEAN; Billerica; Child Development; 
Angel Flight, Info. Off.; Judson Fellowship; Precisionettes; 
Dorm Cultural Comm. Home Ec. Club. 

BENOIT, RICHARD EDGAR; Agawam; Men's Physical Edu- 
cation; Football; Newman Club; Scabbard & Blade; Athletic 
Club; Kappa Sigma. 

BENTLEY, MILES W.; Quincy; Accounting; Accounting 
Assoc. 





BERG, CYNTHIA LEE; Pittsfield; Elementary Education; 
Dean's List; Sigma Kappa, Recommendations Chrm.; Exec. 
Council; S.U. Arts & Music Comm. treas.; Educ. Club. 

BERGEN, PHILIP SCHUYLER; Brighton; History; History 
Club; Dorm V.P.; House Gov't Rep.; Canterbury Club; 
Intramurals. 

BERGER, RICHARD ALLEN; Quincy; Economics; University 
of Michigan. 

BERGERON, RICHARD GEORGE, JR.; Chicopee; Mechani- 
cal Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Society of Automotive Engineers. 



BERGIN, JOSEPH DENNIS; Rochdale; Wildlife Biology; 
Intramurals; Dorm Counselor; Exec. Council; Winter Carni 
Publicity Comm.; Outing Club. 

BERGSMA, NANCY LEE; Paramus, N.J.; Physical Education; 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Dorm Counselor; Modern Dance Club. 

BERNARDO, ROBERT PAUL; Pittsfield; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Berkshire Community College. 

BERNIER, ELISE JEANNE; Easthampton; History; Holyoke 
Community College; Mortar Board; Newman Club Summer 
Counseling. 




BERNSTEIN, BARRY EVANS; Newton Highlands; Mechani- 
cal Engineering; Dean's List; Honors Colloquia; Dorm 
Counselor. 

BERNSTEIN, MARJORIE R.; Brookline; Speech. 

BERNSTEIN, SUSAN ANN; Holyoke; Mathematics: Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, Pres., Rush Chrm.; Hillel; Math Club; Dean's 
List. 

BERRY, SAMUEL JOSEPH; West Boylston; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Freshman Track; Varsity Cross Country & Track; 
I.E.E.E.; A.I.A.A. 





BERRYMAN, SUSAN JANE; Holden; French; Dean's List; 
Vista Volunteer Tutoring. 

BERTUCCI, EDWARD CHARLES; Hyde Park; Ceo/ogy; Uni- 
versity of Oklahoma; Outing Club; Newman Club; Dean's 
List; Chief Justice, Dorm Judiciary; Dorm President. 

BIALOSIEWICZ, FRANK; Sturbrldge; Spanish; Cheerlead- 
ers, Capt.; Exec. Council; Homecoming Comm., Sub. 
Chrm.; Phi Mu Delta, Social Chrm; Who's Who. 

BIALY, CAROLE ANN; Holyoke; French; Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma, Directory Chrm.; Operetta Guild; Dance Club. 



BIBEAU, LOUISE MARIE; Greenfield; History; Newman 
Club; Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

BICKFORD, WALTER E.; Berlin; Ov/7 Engineering: Went- 
worth Inst.; University of Alaska; A.S.C.E. 

BIDWELL. DOUGLAS FRANKLIN; Lexington; Sociology; 
Craceland College; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; 
Outing Club. 

BIEDERMAN, ROBERT G.; Newton Center; English; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; I.F.C. Sports. 





BIELKEVICIUS, RYMANTEEMILIIA; Brockton; History. 

BIEN, NANCY LAURA; East Meadow, N.Y.; Psychology; 
Dean's List; University Reform Comm., University Theater; 
Women's Affairs Comm.; Students for a Democratic Society. 

BIENIEK, JOAN WANDA; Amherst; Zoology; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Newman Club; 
Equestrian Club. 

BIENVENUE, CORDON RAYMOND; Fall River; Speech 
Therapy; Communication Disorders Club; Zoology Club. 




BILLINGS, SUE ANNE; Lunenburg; Sociology; Dorm 
Counselor; Students for Ecumenical Action; Student Sen- 
ate Public Relations Comm.; Students for Political Action. 

BINGHAM, ROBERT M.; Reading; Marketing; Institute of 
Electronic & Electrical Engineers, Vice-Chairman; Ameri- 
can Marketing Association. 

BINNEY, LINDA ELAINE; Wrentham; Physical Education; 
Women's Gymnastics Team; Dorm Counselor; WAA Repre- 
sentative. 

BIRCH, ROBERT W.; Westwood; Zoology. 




BISBEE, JAMES P.; Marblehead; Civil Engineering; Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Rush Chrm., Social Chrm.; Varsity Hockey; Ma- 
roon Keys; A.S.C.E.; SWAP. 

BISHOP, JOAN INA; Wilmington; American History; Exec. 
Council; SWAP; Winter Carni Comm.; Standards Comm., 
Chrm.; Dean's List. 

BISHOP, LAURA ANN; Pittsfield; Speech Pathology; Wom- 
en's Inter-dorm Council; University Theatre; Dean's List; 
Newman Club; Psychology Club. 

BISTRAN, STEPHEN JOHN; West Springfield; Psychology; 
Dean's List; Senior Honors; Marching Band; Symphony 
Band; Publicity Manager, University Bands. 



BITGOOD, STEPHEN CARLETON; Agawam; Psychology; 
Dean's List; Senior Honors. 

BIZIOS, IRENE RENA; Alexandroupolis, Greece; Chemical 
Engineering; Bradford Junior College; Mount Holyoke Col- 
lege; Phi Kappa Phi; AlChE; Honors Colloquia. 

BJORKLUND, RICHARD ALLEN; Holden; Economics; Zeta 
Nu, Social Chrm., Rush Chrm.; I.F.C.; Dean's List; Univer- 
sity Economics Assoc. 

BLACK, MARTHA JANE; Norwood; English; University 
Chorus; Dean's List; Senior Honor's; Oxford Summer Semi- 





BLAIN, HENRY ROBERT; South Hadley; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Holyoke Community College; Intramurals; 
A.l.Ch.E. 

BLAKEBOROUGH, CAROL ANN; Monson; Psycho/ogy; 
Northampton Volunteers; Dean's List. 

BLANCHARD, LYNDA ANN; Scituate; English; French 
Corridor; Ski Club; Honors Colloquia; Dean's List. 

BLANCHET, DONALD W.; Burlington; Mechanical Engi- 
neering; Society of Automotive Engineers; Dean's List. 



BLANCHETTE, M. DENISE; Holyoke; French; Sigma Kappa; 
Newman Club; Educ. Club; Arts & Music Committee. 

BLONDER, CAROLE ANN; Mattapan; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Alpha Chi Omega, Treas.; Exec. Council; Dorm Pro- 
gram Chrm.; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. 

BLOOD, MARY FRANCES; South Hadley; English; Holyoke 
Community College. 

BLOOM, RICHARD MICHAEL; Newton; Pre-Dent; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, Pledgemaster; Maroon Keys, Sec; Dean's List; 
Wrestling; Hillel. 




BLOTCHER, PHYLLIS; Mattapan; Elementary Education; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Hillel; Executive Council; Educ. Club; 
Index. 

BLUMSACK, CHARLES EARL; Brighton; History; Honors 
Colloquium; Dean's List; Arnold Air Society; Astronomy 
Club, Chrm., Treas.; Collegian. 

BOARDMAN, WILLIAM JOHN; Natick; Pre-Med; Adel- 
phia; Maroon Keys; Arcon; Phi Mu Delta; Dean's List. 

BOCK, ALISON; Framingham; Spanish; Ski Club; Dorm 
Scholarship Comm.; Lambda Delta Phi; Spanish Club, Sec. 




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BODURTHA, DIANE ELISE; Southampton; Chemical En- 
gineering; A.I.Ch.E., V.P.,Treas.; Ski Club. 

BOGERT, TAVETA KAREN; Bryn Mawr, Penn.; Anthropolo- 
gy: Bradford Junior College; ACM; Modern Dance; Dorm 
Social Comm.; Judo Club; Ski Club. 

BOGIE, CHERYL; Northbridge; Covemmenf; Pi Beta Phi, 
Pledge Supervisor; Scrolls; Angel Flight, Morale Officer; 
Newman Club; Dean's List. 

BOISSY, ALAN ROBERT; Willimansett; Genera/ Business & 
Finance; Intramurals. 



BOiSVERT, LEONA JEAN; Willimansett; Speech Pathology; 
Education Club; Newman Club; Dean's List. 

BOLDUAN, CAROL ELLEN; Ludlow; English; Dean's List; 
Wesley Foundation; Students for Ecumenical Action; 
Broken Egg Coffee House Steering Comm. 

BOLDUC, GILBERT WILLIAM; Holyoke; Marketing; Holy- 
oke Community College; Marketing Club; Newman Club. 

BOLIVAR, THOMAS W.; Winchester; Marketing; Dean's 
List. 




BOLIVER, PAUL L.; Worcester; English; Springfield Col- 
lege; Modern Dance Club; Collegian, Photo Editor; RSO 
Special Effects Advisor; Index; Roister Doisters. 

BONASORO, ELISA ANN; Revere; Elementary Education; 
Newman Club; Education Club. 

BOONE, JUDITH ELAINE; Boston; English; Home Ec. 
Dean's Council; Dorm Treas.; Dorm Program Comm. 

BOOTH, MARGARET ELLEN; Carlisle; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Roister Doisters, Sec; Operetta Guild, Business Man- 
ager, Technical Dir.; Educ. Club; Equestrian Club. 





BOOTH, RICHARD HAROLD; Sturbridge; Government; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Kappa Phi, Treas.; Student Senate; 
Exec. Council; Dean's List. 

BORONSKI, FRANCES KATHERINE; Worcester; Govern- 
ment; Student Senate, Sec, V.P.; Collegian; D.V.P.; 
S.W.A.P.; Who's Who. 

BOTEZE, CARL E.; Pittsfield; Physical Education; Varsity 
Baseball, Capt. 

BOUCHER, ROBERT ALLEN; Chicopee; /Accounting; Ac- 
counting Assoc. 



BOUCHIE, JOSETTE CELIA; East Longmeadow; Elementary 
Education: Newman Club; Educ Club; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Dean's List. 

BOUDREAU, CAROL ANN: Holyoke; Medical Technology; 
Holyoke Community College; Alpha Delta Theta; Newman 
Club. 

BOUDREAU, GEORGE EDWARD; South Hadley; Pre- 
Dental; Holyoke Community College; Pre-Med Club; In- 
tramurals; Dean's List; Dorm judiciary. 

BOULEY, LAURA ANNE; West Aaon; Government; Angel 
Flight; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Women's Interdorm Council; 
Bologna Summer Session. 




BOURGEA, RONALD JAMES; Worcester; Civi! Engineer- 
ing; ASCE; Dean's List. 

BOWES, MICHAEL ANTHONY; Springfield; Mechanical 
Engineering; Phi Mu Delta; Senior Honors; A.S.M.E. 

BOWLER, GAYLE MARIE; Holyoke; Speech Therapy; New- 
man Club, Asst. Treas.; Students for Ecumenical Action; 
Communication Disorders Club; Roister Doisters Dramatic 
Society; Spanish Corridor. 

BOYAJIAN, ALFRED M.; Scituate; Management; Phi Sig- 
ma Kappa. 





BOYDEN, DAVID EDWARD; Pelham; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi. 

BOZEK, THOMAS EDMUND; South Hadley; Systems Man- 
agement; Holyoke Community College; Student Matters 
Committee; Judicial Affairs Sub-Committee; Dorm Judiciary. 

BRACCI, MICHAEL JAMES; Springfield; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; I.E.E.E.; A.I. A. A.; Phi Mu Delta; Dorm Counselor. 

BRADLEY, BARBARA JEANNE; Bedford; Elementary Educa- 
tion; University Chorale; University Chorus. 



BRADY, ROBERT MICHAEL; Dorchester; Government; 
Pre Law Assoc; Dean's List. 

BRAIS, BLANDINE L.; Medfield; Physical Education; Dean's 
List; P.E. Major Council, Chrm.; Swim Team; Dorm Coun- 
selor; W.AA. 

BRAND, DIANE GAIL; Livingston, N.J.; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Sigma Delta Tau, 2nd V.P.; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi, Treas.; Phi Kappa Phi; Education Club. 

BRANSFIELD, EDWARD JOSEPH; Marblehead; Genera/ 
Business; Phi Mu Delta; Student Senate; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Dean's List. 



BRAV, STEVEN A.; Belmont; Economics; Dorm Treas.; 
SWAP Delegate, Academic Comm.; Alpha Theta; Horse- 
man's Club. 

BREMNER, CHRISTINE LEE; East Longmeadow; Elementary 
Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Ski Club; Education Club; 
Exec. Council. 

BRENNER, LINDA MARGARET; Weymouth; English; Dorm 
Social Chrm.; SWAP; Dorm Counselor; Oxford Summer 
Program. 

BRESLIN, CHRISTINE JOAN; Quincy; Sociology; Sociology 
Club; Newman Club; Sport Parachute Club; Winter 
Carni. 





BRESNAHAN, SHARON A.; West Springfield; English; 
Boston University; Cheerleader, Co-Captain; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Colonel's Cadre. 

BRESSLER, RONDa B.; New Bedford; English; Dean's List; 
Bologna Summer Program; Hillel; Educ. Club; Dorm Coun- 
selor. 

BREZINSKI, JOSEPH MICHAEL; Taunton; Pre-Dent; Uni- 
versity Symphony Band; University Orchestra; Newman 
Club; Intramurals. 

BREZNIAK, WALTER; Webster; History. 




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BRIDGES, THOMAS LEWIS; Holyoke; Management; Kap- 
pa Sigma, House Mgr., Athletic Chrm.; Campus Chest 
Comm.; Intramurals. 

BRIDCMAN, HOWARD STANLEY, III; Clifton, N.J.; Wood 
Technology; Forestry Club, Pres.; Alpha Zeta; Sigma Phi; 
Woodsmen's Team. 

BRIGGS, DAVID WILDE; Raynham; Government; Chorale; 
Student Senate Budgets Comm., Sec; Dorm Govt.; Dorm 
Treas.; Symphony. 

BRIGNULL, ROGER LEE; Valatie, N.Y.; Psychology; Belcher- 
town Volunteers. 



BRILLIANT, EDWARD L.; Dorchester; Accounting; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; Accounting Assoc; Hillel. 

BRITTAN, LESLIE ANN; Milton; English; Hillel; N.E.S.; 
Education Club; Critique. 

BROCHU, NANCY JOAN; South Hadley Falls; Physical 
Education; Women's .Athletic Assoc; Standards Comm.; 
Varsity Field Hockey, Varsity Basketball; Varsity Lacrosse. 

BRODERICK, SUSAN CAROL; East Longmeadow; English; 
Honors Colloquia; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi. 





BRODSKY, GLORIA ANN; Chelsea; Education; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Education Club; Dean's List. 

BROMSTRUP, KATHRYN ANN; Rochester, N.Y.; Zoology; 
Zoology Club; Scuba Club; Ski Club. 

BROWN, BARBARA GAIL; Scltuate; Fashion Merchandis- 
ing; Nasson College; Index; Exec. Council; Winter Carni 
Comm. 

BROWN, DIANE JILL; Oceanside, N.Y.; Medical Technolo- 
gy; Alpha Chi Omega; Index; Dean's List; Med. Tech. 
Club. 



BROWN, JAMES B.; Holyoke; History; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Dean's List. 

BROWN, KATHLEEN SUE; New Providence, N.J.; Physical 
Education; Dean's List; W.A.A. Rep. 

BROWN, KENNETH WARREN; Worcester; Animal Science; 
Worcester State College; Electrician, Operetta Guild. 

BROWN, MICHAEL GEORGE; Holyoke; English; Varsity La- 
crosse; Newman Club, Commentator Capt.; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Scabbard & Blade. 



BROWN, RICHARD R.; Roslindale; Government; North- 
eastern University; Debate Team; University Theatre; Pre- 
LawClub. 

BROWN, SHERRON LYNN; Andover; Math; N.E.S.; Educ. 
Club. 

BROWN, STEPHEN BRYER; Needham; English; Beta Kappa 
Phi; Gymnastic Team, Capt. 

BROWN, STEVEN DOUGLAS; Westbury, L.I., New York; 
Accounting; Accounting Assoc. F.A. Squad; Baseball; Intra- 
murals; Dean's List. 




BROWN, THEODORE ARTHUR; Sutton; Marketing; Intra- 
murals. 

BROWN, WILLIAM ANTHONY; Scituate; Industrial Engi- 
neering; Alpha Sigma Phi; Varsity Hockey; Lacrosse; New- 
man Club; A.I.I.E.; Intramurals. 

BROWNLOW, JANE CAROLE; Saugus; Psychology; Con- 
cert Assoc; Belchertown Volunteers; Dean's List; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

BRUNETTE, JAMES RONALD; Springfield; History; Beta 
Kappa Phi, Sec; S.W.A.P.; I.F.C. Rep. 





BRUNETTI, BARBARA, H.; South Hadley Falls; Elementary 
Education; W.A.A.; Dorm Social Chrm,; Precisionettes, 
Exec Officer. 

BRYAN, HERBERT MITCHELL; Canton; Government; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Ski Diving Club; Homecoming; Great Deci- 
sions. 

BUCCl, SHARON A.; Auburn, N.Y.; Economics; Newman 
Club; Dean's List. 

BUCK, MARY ALICE; Alexandria, Virginia; Zoology; 
Symphony Band; Marching Band; Symphony Orchestra; 
Women's Track and Cross Country; Outing Club. 



BUCKLER, FRANK WILLARD; Centervllle; Accounting; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon; Freshmen Baseball; Varsity Hockey; 
Parachute Club. 

BUCKLEY, TIMOTHY FRANCIS; Weymouth; Speech; 
Quincy Junior College; Caesura; Chorus; Dorm Rep.; 
WFCR. 

BUNGAY, EILEEN JOAN; Athol; Home Economics, Fashion 
Merchandising; Newman Club; Ski Club; Dean's List; Home 
Economics Club; Angel Flight. 

BURKE, ELLEN TERESA; Dudley; Nursing; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Asst. Rush, Pres.; Revelers; Jr. Panhel Council; 
Newman Club; Nursing Club. 



BURKE, JOSEPH; Belmont; Philosophy. 

BURNETT, REBECCA EMILYNN; Southfield; English; 
SWAP; Oxford Summer Seminar; Senior Honors Thesis; 
Equestrian Club; Dorm Constitutional Comm., Chrm. 

BURNSIDE, JANE CHRISTINE; Greenfield; Home Econom- 
ics; Chi Omega; Exec. Council; Dorm Counselor. 

BURRELL, BONNIE LYNNE; Springfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Education Club; Kappa EJelta Pi; NES. 





BURRELL, RICHARD GILMAN; Marshfield; Wildlife Biolo- 
gy; Intramurals. 

BURRELL, STEPHEN ANTHONY; Roxbury; Goverr7men(; 
Track Team, Co-Captain; Dorm Counselor; Dorm House 
Council, Pres.; Student Afro-American Organization; Exec. 
Council. 

BURYSZ, MARILYN J.; Granby; Home Economics; New- 
man Club; Angel Flight; Educ. Club. 

BUSH, NANCY ELLEN; Mount Vernon, N.Y.; English; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta; Exec. Council; Winter Carni Comm. 



BUSSIERE, CONSTANCE CECELIA; Holyoke; English; 
Holyoke Community College. 

BUTEAU, GREGORY THOMAS; Greenfield; Civil Engineer- 
ing; Lambda Chi Alpha, Pres.; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
A.S.C.E.; I. F.C. Judiciary. 

BUTLER, MARK WILLIAM; Athol; Math: Ski Club; New- 
man Club; Intramurals. 

BYER, ADRIANE NANCY; Northampton; Sociology; Win- 
ter Carni Comm.; Exec. Council; Index; Sociology Club; 
Hlllel. 




BVERS, GEORGE A., Jr.; Dedham; History: Band; Scab- 
bard & Blade; Intramurals; Dean's List. 

BZDLLA, PAULA ANN; Tauton; Child Development; 
Alpha Chi Omega, Altruistic Chrm.; Merrill-Palmer Ex- 
change; Home Economics Club. 

CADY, BURTON DONALD; Dalton; Accounting; Account- 
ing Assoc. Scabbard & Blade; Christian Science Organi- 
zation, Pres.; Dorm Counselor; Intramurals. 

CAHILL, JOHN M.; Pittsfield; journalism, Government; 
Dorm Council; Dorm Social Comm.; Collegian; New- 
man Club. 





CALARESE, DAVID GILBERT; Hopedale; Agriculture & 
Food Economics; Food Distribution Club. 

CALEF, DAVID ANDREW; New Bedford; English; Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Chrm., Asst. Scribe; Revelers; Senior Honors; 
Dean's List; Oxford Summer Seminar. 

GALLERY, F. RICHARD; Hopedale; History; Intramurals; 
Dorm Council; Dorm Judiciary. 

CAMPBELL, BARBARA MARY; Lexington; Child Develop- 
ment; Alpha Chi Omega, Treas.; Cheerleader; Exec. 
Council; Home Economics Club; Dean's List. 



CAMPBELL, BRYAN DAVID; Lawrence; Microbiology; 
Dorm Council; Intramurals; Pre-Med Club; Bacteriology 
Club. 

CAMPBELL, FRANCIS JOSEPH; Worcester; History; Scab- 
bard & Blade, Exec. Officer; Wrestling; Distinguished 
Military Student; Dorm Counselor; Newman Club. 

CAMPBELL, KERRY JACQUITH; Middleton; Geology; 
University Volunteer Fire Dept., Capt. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT LAWRENCE; Dedham; Government- 
Chorale; Dorm Judiciary. 





CANTY, JOHN ALAN; Dudley; Mathematics; Freshman & 
Varsity Baseball; Intramurals; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma. 

CAPONE, PAULINE LOUISE; Southboro; History; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Social Chrm.; Panhellenic Sing; Panhellenic 
Declamation. 

CAPORELLO, DAVID ACAPITO; Leominster; Forestry; 
Alpha Zeta, Scribe; Xi Sigma Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

CAPPS, LARRILEE V.; Melrose; Elementary Education; 
Educ. Club. 




CARD, DEBORAH ELLEN; Wellesley; English; Sigma Delta 
Tau, Activities Chrm.; Dean's List. 

CARDINALE, REGINA PHYLLIS; Pittsfield; Elementary 
Education; Education Club; Newman Club; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma; Dorm Social Committee. 

CAREY, JOHN EDWARD, Jr.; Pittsfield; Government; Dorm 
Treas.; Dorm Blood Drive, Chrm.; Dorm Rep. 

CARIGNAN, ROGER AUGUSTUS; E. Falmouth; Govern- 
ment; Beta Kappa Phi, Sec; Dean's List. 




CARLETON, DAWN ELISE; Leominster; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Dorm Counselor; Colonel's Cadre, Social Chrm.; 
Educ. Club; Dean's List; Ski Club. 

CARMICHAEL, JACQUELINE MacDONALD; Newton Ctre; 
Fashion Merchandising; Newton Junior College; Index; 
Winter Carni Booklet Comm.; Home Ec. Club; University 
Theatre. 

CARNEVALE, LINDA JEAN; Pittsfield; Child Development; 
Scrolls; Dean's List; Chi Omega. 

CARON, JOHN-PAUL GERARD; Holyoke; Matfiemat/cs; 
Holyoke Community College; Math Club. 



CAROPRESE, JANET ELLEN; Queens Villiage, N.Y.; Dietet- 
ics; Pratt Institute; Collegian, Day Editor, Senior Reporter; 
Alpha Gamma, Sec; Newman Club; Dean's List. 

CARPENTER, TERRONE DEANE; Woburn; Math; Cross 
Country, Capt.; Track, Capt.; Collegian; Senate; Dorm 
Athletic, Chrm. 

CARR, RICHARD CHARLES; Shrewsbury; Business Man- 
agement; Zeta Nu, Treas.; Exec. Council. 

CARRIGAN, MARY ELLEN; Westwood; Speech Pathology; 
Newman Club; Chorale; Winter Carni Publicity Comm; 
NES; Dean's List. 





CARVELL, WILLIAM VINCENT; Agawam; Zoology; Mari- 
etta College. 

CASEY, KATHLEEN ANNETTE; North Brookfield; Speech; 
Newman Club; University Reform Comm.; Communica- 
tions Disorders Club; Dean's List; Operetta Guild. 

CASTALDINI, ELLEN J.; No. Wilbraham; Psycho/ogy; 
International Club; Gamma Sigma Sigma; French Corri- 
dor; Dean's List; Belchertown State School Volunteer. 

CASTELLARIN, LINDA MARIE; Canton; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Education Club; N.E.S.; Dean's 
List; Newman Club. 



CAVALLARO, JOANNE GRACE; Lawrence; Fashion Mer- 
chandising; Dean's List; Newman Club; Dorm Captain; 
Student Senate Services Comm.; Judo Club; Home Ec- 
onomics Club. 

CEFALO, JOSEPH THOMAS, Jr.; Melrose; Government, 
Cornell University; Pre-Law Assoc; Newman Club; Intra- 
murals; Young Republicans. 

CELLILLI, GERALD ROBERT; Ludlow; Mathematics; Var- 
sity Soccer, Co-Capt.; Beta Kappa Phi; Dean's List; Fresh- 
man Soccer. 

CERAMI, PATRICIA GRACE; Paramus, N.J.; English; Alpha 
Chi Omega, V.P.; Exec Council; Student Senate; Index. 




CERMAK, ANNE MARGARET; Schnectady, N.Y.; French; 
Dorm Social Comm. 

CERULO, GEORGE FREDERICK; Northampton; History; 
Collegian; German Club. 

CHALMERS, LINDA GRACE; Uxbridge; Government; 
Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Senior Honors 

CHAMBERLAIN, ROXANNE PENNY; Norfolk; Zoology; 
University Chorale, Librarian; Chamber Singers. 





CHAMBERS, MARY RUTH; Westboro; Physical Education; 
Dorm Counselor; WAA. 

CHANG, PETER W.; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Cherr7/ca/ Engineer- 
ing; Univ. of Kansas; Tau Beta Pi; AICHE; Dean's List; 
Chinese Student Assoc. 

CHAPLIN, JUDITH ANN; Reading; Elementary Education; 
Tennis Team; Operetta Guild; Ski Club. 

CHAPIN, ROBERT LEE; Chicopee; Marketing; Freshman 
Baseball; Intramurals. 



CHAPMAN, KENNETH STEPHEN; Middleboro; Elementary 
Education: Scabbard & Blade; Dorm Counselor; Exec. 
Council; Dean's List. 

CHAPMAN, ROBERTA ANN; Peabody; Psychology; Dorm 
Treas.; Gamma Sigma Sigma, V.P.; Pres., Treas., Pari; 
Belchertown Volunteers. 

CHARBONNEAU, JOAN ELLEN; Adams; Mathematics; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Newman Club, House Co-Chrm., 
Choir; Assoc, for Computing Machinery; Dean's List; 
Honors Colloquia. 

CHARPENTIER, KATHLEEN ROSE; W. Groton; Physical 
Education; Mount Wachussett Community College. 





CHASE, DIANE EVELYN; Riverside, R.I.; Nursing; Nursing 
Club; Dean's List. 

CHASE, JAMES SHERMAN, Jr.; So. Egremont; Agricultur- 
al & Food Economics; Berkshire Community College; Var- 
sity Baseball Manager; Departmental Honors. 

CHMURA, LOUIS JOHN, Jr.; Southwick; Mathematics; 
University Symphony Band; University Marching Band; 
University Symphony Orchestra; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

CHRISTENSEN,MARGO ELIZABETH; Norwood; Psychology; 
Univ. Theatre. 



CHRISTENSEN, RONALD PETER; Cotuit; Accounting; 
Phi Mu Delta; Accounting Assoc. 

CHUTE, KENNETH LORING; Needham; English; Beta Kappa 
Phi; Flying Redmen; Dean's List; Intramurals. 

CIBOROWSKI, MICHAEL; So. Deerfield; Wildlife Biology; 
NRSA; Scuba Club; Intramurals. 

CIGNONI, JUDITH ANN; West Springfield; Elementary 
Education; Dorm Counselor; Faculty Senate Subcommit- 
tee on Student Affairs; Student Senate; Newman Club; 
Educ. Club. 




CLARK, DOROTHY ANN; Williamsburg; Chemistry; Dean's 
List; N.E.S. 

CLARK, ELIZABETH KINSLEY; Hamden, Conn.; Physical 
Education; W.A.A.; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

CLARK, NANCY ANN; Weymouth; Physical Education; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Educ. Club; WAA Basketball; WAA Soft- 
ball; WAA Field Hockey. 

CLARK, NANCY E.; Franklin; lournalism— English; Dorm 
Counselor; Dean's List. 



CLARK, SUSAN JOAN; Weymouth; Education; Chorus; 
NES; Educ. Club; W.A.A. Intramurals. 

CLARK, VIRGINIA GUY; Needham Hts.; Medical Technol- 
ogy; University of Puget Sound; Alpha Delta Theta; Eques- 
trian Club; Dean's List. 

CLARK, WARREN BRUCE; So. Weymouth; Restaurant & 
Hotel Mgt.; Innkeepers Club; Weight Lifting Club. 

CLARKE, AMY E.; Roxbury; Sociology; Defiance College; 
Student Afro-American Org., Chrm.; Dorm Counselor; 
Sociology Club; Winter Carni. 




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CLARKE, DAVID HUCUS; Florence; Wood Science & 
Technology; Varsity Crew Coach; Freshman Crew Coach; 
Student Senate; Forestry Club; Budgets Comm. 

CLAY, CHRISTINE ELAINE; Southwick; English; University 
Theatre; Collegian. 

CLAYTON, CAROL ANN; Uniondale, N.Y.; Nursing; Dorm 
Social Comm.; Student Activities Committee; Nursing 
Club. 

CLEMENT, CAROL ANNE; Millis; Hotel & Restaurant 
Management; Innkeepers; Gamma Sigma Sigma. 



CLINES, FRANCES MARY; Canton; English; Collegian; Ex- 
change Student; Swim Team; Naiads; Education Club. 

CLORAN, ELLEN MARTHA; Beverly; Mathematics; New- 
man Club; Dorm Counselor; Senior Honors; Dean's List; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

CLOUTIER, JEAN MARIE; Danvers; Nursing; Nursing 
Club; Dorm Judiciary. 

COHEN, EDWARD ALLAN; Longmeadow; Microbiology; 
American International College; S.U. Dance Comm,; Sci- 
ence Fiction Club; Outing Club. 




COHEN, HAROLD JAY; Allentown, Pennsylvania; Pre- 
Dent; Sigma Alpha Mu, Pledgemaster; Freshman Winter 
& Spring Track; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List; Intramurals. 

COHEN, JAY MARTIN; Salem; Economics; Phi Sigma Delta; 
Exec. Council; Marching Band; Hillel; Economics Club. 

COHEN, JEFFREY LEONARD; Revere; Accounting; Ac- 
counting Association; Beta Gamma Sigma; Intramurals; 
House Council; Dean's List. 

COHEN, JORDAN RIAN; Manchester, Conn.; Electrical 
Engineering; Flying Redman, Commander; Arnold Air 
Society; Alpha Phi Omega; IEEE. 





COHEN, LAURA FAYE; Marblehead; Accounting; Collegian; 
Accounting Association; Dean's List; Hillel. 

COHEN, LOUISE JOAN; Brookline, English; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma; Exchange Student; Dean's List. 

COHEN, MYRON DAVID; New Bedford; ^ccoun!/ng; 
Hillel; Accounting Assoc; Dorm Treasurer. 

COHEN, PAULA LEE; Mattapan; Covemmer7t; Dorm Cul- 
tural Comm.; Dorm Legislative Comm. 



COHEN, ROBERT MAXWELL; Worcester; Government; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sec, V.P., Pres.; I.F.C.; Dean's List; In- 
tramurals; Pre-Law Assoc. 

COHEN, ROBERT THEODORE; Haverhill; Government; 
Dean's List; Tau Epsilon Phi; Exec. Comm.; Winter Carni 
Queens Chrm.; S.W.A.P. Comm. 

COHEN, STEVEN PAUL; Worcester; Accounting; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Freshman & Varsity Tennis Team; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Accounting Assoc; Dean's List. 

COHEN, TOBY; Maiden; English. 



COHN, ETHEL; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; History; Collegian; 
Hillel. 

COHN, JOSEPHINE BETH; Brighton; Sociology; University 
of Pennsylvania; Hillel; People to People. 

COHN, NORMAN SAUL; Longmeadow; Physics; Sigma 
Alpha Mu: Phi Eta Sigma; Judo Club; Honors Colloquia. 

COLEMAN, VIRGINIA MARIE; Medford; English; lota 
Gamma Upsilon. 





COLLINS, JAMES GERARD; Arlington; Government; Stu- 
dent Senate, Pres.; Equestrian Club. 

COLLINS, JANE L.; Jamaica Plain; Sociology; Newman 
Club; Dean's List; N.E.S. 

COLLINS, MARTIN EDWIN; Georgetown; Covemmef7l; 
Sport Parachute Club; Political Science Assoc; Pre-Law 
Assoc; International Club. 

COLONNA, JAMES PATRICK; Framingham; Accounting; 
Acct. Assoc, Treas.; Dorm, Treas.; Dorm Council; Newman 
Club; Dorm Counselor. 



COMERFORD, RICHARD; Leominster; History; Springhill 
College; Pre-Law Society; Student Defense. 

COMSTOCK, CLAUDIA GALE; Milford, Conn.; Art; Smith 
College. 

CONDON, JEFFREY J.; Shrewsbury; Zoology; Quinsiga- 
mond Community College; Ski Club. 

CONDURA, CHRISTINA MARY; Congers, N.Y.; Food Sci- 
ence & Technology; Newman Club; Food Science Club; 
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CONGDON, JENNIFER BARBARA; Pittsfield; Child Devel- 
opment; Newman Club; Pi Beta Phi. 

CONNER, BARBARA LEE; West Dennis; Education; Educ. 
Club; Dean's List. 

CONNOLLY, MATTHEW B., Jr.; Norwood; Park Adminis- 
tration; Theta Chi, V.P.; i.F.C. Rep.; Varsity Hockey; Park 
Administration Club. 

CONSTANTINE, ANDREW B.; Belmont; Economics; Young 
Republican Club; Ski Club. 





CONTUZZI, LORRAINE MARIE; Livingston, N.J.; Elemen- 
tary Education; Scrolls; Revelers; Exec. Council; Chi 
Omega; Index. 

CONWAY, L. SUSAN; Haverhill; English; Bradford Junior 
College; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

COOK, DIANNA LYNN; Falmouth; Sociology; NFS; Pre- 
cisionettes; Collegian; Senate Public Relations. 

COONS, RICHARD MERRILL; Wells River, Vermont; 
Wood Technology; Paul Smith's College; Alpha Zeta; Rifle 
Team; Judo Club; Forestry Club; Barbell Club. 



COOPER, BONNIE LEE; Orleans; Fashion Merchandising; 
W.A.A. Rep.; Winter Carnival Comm. 

COOPERSTEIN, BARBARA T.; Milton; Marketing; Market- 
ing Club, Publicity Chrm.; Hillel; Equestrian Club; Student 
Senate Ways & Means Comm. 

CORKUM, CAROLE ANN; Athol; English; Colby Junior 
College; Dorm Social Chrm. 

CORNELIO, LUCILLE MARIE; Pittsfield; Sociology; Berk- 
shire Community College; Dean's List. 



CORSI, PAUL J.; Kingston; Quantitative Methods; Dean's 
List; Honor's Work; Sport Parachute Club. 

COSTI, PETER JOSEPH; Lenox; Electrical Engineering; 
Berkshire Community College. 

COTE, GERALDINE; Fall River; English; N.E.S.; Belcher- 
town Volunteers; Collegian. 

COTTON, JANE ELIZABETH; North Wilbraham; French; 
Dean's List. 





COURY, THOMAS ELI; Worcester; Coverr7ment; Zeta 
Nu, Steward; Frosh Basketball; Intramurals. 

COVILL, ROBERT J.; Lynn; Marketing; Mass. Bay Com- 
munity College; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Marketing Club. 

CRANMER, CAROL ANN; Louisville, Kentucky; English; 
Stephens College; Index. 

CRAVEN, ANNE PATRICIA; Chelmsford; English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Social Chrm.; Exec. Council; Newman Club. 




CRAWFORD, DUNCAN PIERCE; Greenfield; Physics; 
Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. 

CREEGER, JOEL BARRY; East Longmeadow; Animal Sci- 
ence; Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Animal Husbandry 
Club; Hillel. 

CROFT, EVAN CUNNINGHAM; Winchester; Chemical 
Engineering; Gymnastics; Dorm Judiciary; Vol. Fire Dept.; 
AICHE; Marketing Club. 

CRONIG, JEFFREY ALAN; Vineyard Haven; Marketing; 
Hillel; Accounting Assoc; Scuba Club. 



CROOKER. JOANNE RUTH: Amherst; Math; Dean's List; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Com- 
muter's Club. 

CROSBY, JOHN EDWARD; Weymouth; English; North- 
eastern University; Intramurals; Collegian; Dorm Sec. 

CROTTY, JULIA WILDER; Worcester; History; Newman 
Club: Equestrian Club. 

CROWLEY, CHRISTINE: Norwood; English; Roister Dois- 
ters; Dorm Social Comm.; Operetta Guild; University 
Theatre; Ski Club. 





CROWLEY, MARY ELLEN; Needham; Nursing; Lambda 
Delta Phi, 1st V.P.; Nursing Club, Record. Sec, Pres.; New- 
man Club; Jr. Panhel Rep. 

CRYAN, RAYMOND E.; Saugua; Marketing. 

CURRIE, ROBERT W.; Watertown; Hotel Management. 

GUSHING, JOHN GILNORE; Auburndale; English; Christian 
Science Organization; Collegian. 



GUSHING, MAXINE ELAINE; Norwood; English; Caesura; 
N.E.S.; Modern Dance Club; Dorm Cultural Comm.; Dean's 
List. 

CUTTING, PHILIP FRANCIS; Medford; Restaurant & Hotel 
Mgt.; Phi Mu Delta; Arcon; Innkeepers Club; AIIE. 

CZEKANSKI, JAMES PHILIP; Somerset; European History; 
Sport Parachute Club; Delta Chi; Dorm Counselor. 

DADMUN, DOROTHY M.; Florence; Music. 



DAGGETT, RICHARD EARL; North Attleboro; Genera/ 
Business and Finance. 



DAI LEY, MICHAEL N.; Wakefield; Economics; Boston 
University; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Marketing Club; Golf; Exec 
Council. 

DALEY, BARBARA CATINO; Medford; Electrical Engi- 
neering; IEEE, Sec; Scuba Club; Engineering Journal. 

DALEY, MICHAEL LEO; Arlington; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Eta Chapter— Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi, Recording 
Sec; Intramurals; Campus Handball Champion 1968; 
Epsilon Club. 



DALEY, WILLIAM STEWART; Worcester; Genera/ Business 
and Finance: Beta Theta Pi; Intramurals; Wrestling Champ 
1967; Ski Club. 

DALTON, JOSEPH L., Jr.; Amherst; Russian. 

DAMIANI, ELIZABETH BARBARA; Trenton, N.J.; Market- 
ing; Wooster College; S.U.G. Board; WMUA; Marketing 
Club; Index; Dorm Counselor. 

DAMON, E. STEVEN; Agawam; Pre-Dent; Sigma Alpha 
Mu; Intramurals. 





D'AMOUR, PENELOPE FAITH; Holyoke; English; Holyoke 
Community College. 

DANCA, RICHARD ANTHONY; Newton; Journalism-Eng- 
lish; Collegian, Day Editor; Free Press Comm; Exec. Coun- 
cil. 

D'ANDREA, RICHARD EUGENE; Chicopee; Chemistry; 
Varsity Swimming; Intramurals; Senior Honors; Scabbard 
& Blade. 

DANIELS, MICHAEL ROBERT; Little Compton, R.I.; 
English; Univ. of Miami; QTV; Intramurals; Dean's List; 
Outing Club. 



DARLING, CYNTHIA SOUTHWORTH; Alexandria, Virginia; 
Government; Dorm Counselor; Young Democrats. 

DARLING, SUSAN MAE; So. Weymouth; Education; Ed- 
ucation Club; Kappa Delta Pi, Sec; Phi Kappa Phi; N.E.S.; 
Dean's List. 

DARRAH, ADELE LYNNE; Westford; Nursing; Honor's 
Colloquium; Nursing Club, V.P.; Nursing Honor Society, 
Pres.; Phi Kappa Phi; Oxford Summer Seminar. 

DAVENPORT, ANNE MARIE; Brockton; History; Dean's 
List; Kapa Delta Pi; Education Club; Dorm Program 
Comm; Honors Colloquium. 





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DAVENPORT, RUSSELL STEARNS, Jr.; Lexington; Civil 
Engineering; ASCE. 

DAVIDSON, LARRY D.; Worcester; Accoun(;ng; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, V P , Pres , Dean's List, Accountmg Assoc , I F C , 
Beta Gamma Sigma 

DAVIDSON, MARGARET MARY, Mattapan, Zoology 

DAVIES, DEBORAH, Greenfield, English, Education Club 





DAVIS, ALLEN JEFFREY; Westbury, N.Y.; History; Distin- 
guished Visitors Program, Chrm.; SWAP, Chrm.; Pre-Law 
Society, Pres.; Adelphia, V.P.; Varsity Tennis. 

DAVIS, EDWARD CHASE; Southborough; Economics; 
Track; Delta Chi,Treas.; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

DAVIS, WAYNE STANLEY; Danvers; Management; Beta 
Kappa Phi; Hookers Club; Management Club. 

DEAN, ALLAN ROLFE; Westwood; Government; N.E.S.; 
Young Democrats. 



DEAN, MARY ELLEN; Holyoke; History; College of New 
Rochelle; Newman Club, Co-Chrm. Library Staff; Lambda 
Delta Phi; Dorm Legislative Council. 

DEAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS; Holyoke; Pre-Med; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Honors Colloquium; Senior Honors Research. 

DeBENEDICTIS, LILLIAN ANN; Amherst; Psychology; 
Northern Essex Community College. 

DeCOSTA, MAR> LOUISE; Norwood; European History; 
Dean's List. 




DeFELICE, SUSAN TERESA; Winthrop; Psychology; Exec. 
Coun.; Special Events Comm.; Dean's List; Parachute Club. 

DELAHANTY, DONNA L.; Fall River; Animal Science; 
Newman Club; Equestrian Club; Standard's Comm.; Dean's 
List. 

DELANEY, RICHARD MAURICE; Hingham; Marketing; 
Alpha Sigma Phi, Exec. Board, Steward; Dorm House Coun- 
cil; Maroon Keys; Arcon; l.F.C. Exec. Board. 

DELANO, JANE; Fairhaven; Government; Scroll's; Kappa 
Mpha Theta. 





DELEEUW, DENISE; Weston; English; Scrolls; Sigma Kappa, 
V.P.; Homecoming Comm.; Exec. Council; Creek Week 
Queen's Court. 

D'ELIA, ELISA LOUISE; Lawrence; Nursing; Chi Omega, 
Asst. Rush Chrm.; Jr. Panhel Council, Pres.; Nursing Club, 
Sec; Exec. Council; School of Nursing Affairs Comm. 

DELIBERO, KATHRYN WHITE; Whitinsville; fash/on Mer- 
chandising; Pi Beta Phi; Home Economics Club; Danforth 
Award; Dean's List; Dorm President. 

DELMOLINO, LEONARD JOSEPH; Pittsfield; History; 
Freshman and Varsity Track; Freshman and Varsity Cross- 
country; Intramurals; Senior Honors; Dean's List. 



DELMONICO, RICHARD JOHN; Woburn; Government; 
Football; Intramurals; Theta Chi. 

DEMARIANO, PAUL DAVID; Newton; Government; Men's 
Judiciary Chief Justice; General Court of Justice, Chief 
Justice; Dean's List; Who's Who; Theta Chi. 

DEMBSKI, CLAUDIA JANE; Chicopee; Speech-Communi- 
cation Disorders Area; Secretary, Class of '68; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Activities Chrm.; Revelers; Who's Who; Home- 
coming Committee Chrm. 

DEMO, WILLIAM J.; North Adams; Governmen!; Berk- 
shire Community College; Ski Club; Dean's List. 





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DEMPSEY, JOHN PHILIP; Lexington; History; Concert 
Assoc, Tech. Dir.; Dorm Govt.; Intramurals; Newman 
Club; Phantom. 

DENMAN, JOHN F.; Quincy; Business Management; New 
Mexico State University. 

DENOMME, CYNTHIA LEE; Jewett City, Conn.; Medical 
Technology; Marching Band. 

DEOTTE, LESTER GEORGE; Gilbertville; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Treas.; I.E.E.E.; Scuba Club; 
Ski Club. 




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DEROSA, WILLIAM A.; Maynard; Physical Education; Var- 
sity Lacrosse; Intramurals; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

DESANDO, MARY ELLEN; Haverhill; History; Student 
Senate Services Comm.; Newman Club; Education Club; 
Dean's List. 

DETORE, MARY V.; Greensbury, Pennsylvania; Psychology; 
Chi Omega; Exec. Council. 

DETORE, ROBERT VINCENT; Greensburg, Pennsylvania; 
Recreation; Dodge City Junior College; Kappa Sigma; 
Varsity Football; Varsity "M" Club; Recreation Club. 



DEVER, CHARLES EDWARD; Dorchester; Accounting; 
Freshman And Varsity Baseball; Accounting Assoc; Intra- 
murals; Newman Club. 

DIAMOND, ROSLYN LEE; Medford; Government; Sym- 
phony Band; Student Senate; Fine Arts Council; Honors 
Colloquium; Dean's List. 

DICKERMAN, STEPHEN; Worcester; Government; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, Housemanager; Pi Sigma Alpha, V.P.; Dean's 
List. 

DICKINSON, GARY EDMUND; Clarksburg; Civil Engineer- 
ing; A.S.C.E.; Dean's List. 



DIKAN, PETER NICHOLAS; Fairview; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Delta Chi, Asst. Treas.; House Manager; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Orthodox Club; AlChE. 

Dl DOMENICO, FRANK PANFILO; Milford; Mechnical 
Engineering; Worcester Junior College; Dorm Counselor; 
ASME. 

DIMOCK, ELIZABETH JANE; Northboro; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; Precisionettes; Education Club. 

DIVENCENZO, JOSEPH ANTHONY; Beverly, Elementary 
Education; Freshman & Varsity Football; Exec. Council; 
Newman Club; Education Club. 






DOLAN, CLAIRE MARIE; Salem; Mathematics; Newman 
Club, V.P.; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Lambda Delta 
Phi; Marching Band. 

DOLAN, KATHLEEN ANN-MARIE; Worcester; Elementary 
Education; Phi Kappa Phi; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Honors 
Colloquia; Dorm Counselor; Exchange Student. 

DOMBKOWSKI, JOAN ANN; Windsor, Conn.; Education; 
Hartford College for Women; Education Club; Winter 
Carni Queen. 

DONCESE, JUDITH MARGARET; Glen Cove, N.Y.; Mar- 
keting; Newman Club; Marketing Club; International Club; 
Ski Club. 



DONDERO, DANIEL JOSEPH; East Bridgewater; Mathe- 
matics; Intramurals. 

DONNELLY, SUSAN LOUISE; Pittsfield; Sociology; Dorm 
Counselor; Orchard Hill Program Committee; Hobbit, 
Editor; Orchard Hill Fine Arts Comm. 

DONNER, SUSAN E.; Middleboro; History. 

DONOHUE, VINCENT PAUL; Worcester; General Business 
and Finance; Freshman Baseball; Pre-Law Assoc; Kappa 
Sigma; Newman Club. 




DONOVAN, ARTHUR LAURID; West Roxbury; Marketing; 
Mass. Bay Community College; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

DONOVAN, JOANNE L; Springfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Newman Club; Educ. Club. 

DONOVAN, MARY A.; Lynn; English; Newman Club; S.U. 
Movie Comm.; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

DONOVAN, RICHARD PAGE; East Longmeadow; Chemical 
Engineering; AICHE; Bowling Team; Commuter's Club. 





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DOOLEY, LOIS ANN; Taunton; English; Marching Band; 
Newman Club; Dorm Standards Comm.; Dorm Social 
Comm.; Residential Living Board. 

DORCAS, EILEEN; Clifton, N.J.; History; Pi Beta Phi, Cen- 
sor; Angel Flight, Social Chrm., Project Officer; Dean's List; 
Newman Club. 

DORRIS, WAYNE LESLIE; Boston; Soc;o/ogy; Student 
Religious Liberals; Administrative Intern; Dean's List; 
Belchertown Volunteers. 

DOTY, EDWIN ANDREW, Jr.; Southampton; Economics; 
Dorm President; Arnold Air Society; Dorm Counselor; 
Dorm Govt. Rep.; Economic Student Faculty Comm. 



DOUGAL, CHRISTINE MARY; Chicopee Falls; Nursing; 
Rep. To Women's Inter-dorm Council; Nursing Club; 
\ewman Club; WMUA; Dean's List. 

DOUGHERTY, MARY ANNE; Stoneham; Sociology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Public Relations Chrm.; Index; 
Newman Club. 

DOVIDIO, KATHERYN MARIE; Leominster; Medical 
Technology; Dean's List; Alpha Delta Theta; Newman Club; 
Dorm Counselor. 

DOWAL, MICHAEL JOHN; Athol; History; Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga; Pre-Law Assoc; Newman Club; Ski Club; Dean's List. 





DOYLE, GAIL ANN; Fall River; Spanish; Iota Gamma Up- 
silon, Corr. Sec, Scholarship Chrm.; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Spanish Club; Publicity Sec; Dean's List. 

DOYLE, ROSEMARY BRYANT; Topsfield; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; Education Club; Dorm Counselor; N.E.S.; Dean's 
List. 

DRAPER, ELIZABETH ANN; Braintree; Nursing; Mortar 
Board; Dorm Counselor; Nursing Club, Bd. of Directors; 
Nursing Class President; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

DREGA, MARY ANN SUSAN; Westfield; Mathematics; 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treas.; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda 
Delta, V.P.; Newman Club; Dean's List. 




DREW, ANNE ELIZABETH; Norwood; Spanish; Modern 
Dance Club; Dorm Cultural Comm., Chrm.; Spanish Club. 

DRIVER, MARGARET ELAINE; Lawrence; English; New- 
man Club. 

DRIVER, PHYLLIS RYAN; Natick; English; Women's Affairs 
Comm.; Dorm Exec. Board; Dorm Organization Comm.; 
judo Club; N.E.S. 

DRURY, SHERYL ANN; Gardner; Fashion Merchandising; 
Mt. Wachusell Community College. 




DRUSS, PEARL; Mattapan; Sociology; Dorm Social 
Chrm.; Womens Inter-Residence Hall Council; Winter 
Carni Concert Comm.; SWAP. 

DRZAL, ROBERT STANLEY; Thorndike; Chemistry. 

DUBE, PHILIP A., Jr.; Springfield; Accounting; QTV; 
Maroon Keys; Revelers; l.F.C. Chrm. 

DUDA, DONALD JACOB; Pittsfield; Electrical Engineering; 
Berkshire Community College. 



DUFFETT, JOHN LAWRENCE; Somerville; English; Mass. 
Bay Community. 

DUFFY, JOSEPH LEO; Stoughton; Economics; Collegian; 
Student Senate Services Comm.; Golf Team; House Coun- 
cil; Judo Club. 

DUNAY, LINDA RAY; Newton; English; Hillel. 

DUNLEAVY, ROBERT PAUL; Canton; Government. 





DUNLOP, CRAIG EMERSON; Monterey; Public Health; 
Warren Wilson College; Varsity Soccer. 

DUNN, BRIAN WHITCOMB; Charlton; Marketing; New- 
man Club; Marketing Club. 

DUNN, MARY MARGARET; Westford; English; Dorm So- 
cial Chrm.; SWAP; Pi Beta Phi; Counselor; Panhel. 

DUNSFORD, JO-ANNE MARY; Lowell; Psychology; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, Corresponding Sec; Precisionettes Drill 
Team, Squad Leader. 



DUTCHER, JOSEPH A.; Brockton; Marketing; Cape Cod 
Community College; Marketing Club; Parachute Club; 
Northhampton Rod & Gun; Junior Chamber of Commerce. 

DUTY, JOHN SCOTT; Norwell; German; Sport Parachute 
Club; Scabbard & Blade, Pres.; DMS; Intramurals. 

DWORMAN, RALPH MICHAEL; Worcester; food Science 
and Technology; Food Science Club, Pres.; Honors Collo- 
quia; Swimming Team; Sigma Beta Chi; Ski Club. 

DWYER, FRANCIS EDWARD, Jr.; Pittsfield; Education- 
Berkshire Community College. 




DYER, CHERYL ANNE; North Easton; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Education Club; Dean's List. 

DYER, EDWIN WILLIAM FRANCIS; Bernardston; History. 

DYER, STEPHEN LONDON; Staatsburg, N.Y.; Park Admin- 
istration; University of Maine; Dorm Counselor; Chorale; 
Statesmen; 4-H Club. 

DYNAN, JOHN LAWRENCE; Norwood; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Intramurals; Newman Club; A.S.C.E. 





fACMFN, JAMES CHARLES, Jr.; Gardner; Ceo/ogy; 
Mount Wachusett Community College; Intramurals. 

EARLE, JOHN CHARLES; Roslindale; lournalism-English; 
Phi Sigma Delta; I.F.C.; Intramurals; Newman Club. 

EARLEY, LINDA LUCILLE; Methuen; Child Development; 
Dean's List; Newman Club; Education Club. 

EATON, DAVID LINCOLN; Winchester; Restaurant & 
Hotel Mfit.; Varsity Hockey; Dean's List; Phi Mu Delta, 
Treas.; Innkeepers Club; Phi Eta Sigma. 



fBACKER.KI/ABLlH v.; Bedford; Phy.ical Education. 

I HER, RICHARD B.; Hyde Park; .Spanish, Operett.i CuiUI; 
Roister Doislers; University Chorale; Ch.iinhci Singers; 
Spanish Club, V. P. 

ECONOPLY, PAMELA HOPE; East Selaukel, NY.; Intilhh; 
University Orchestra, librarian; University Chorale; Mu- 
sicals, Spokesman; Exec. Council; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Music Chrm. 

EDELMAN, JOHN KARL; Southfield; lorcstry; University 
Fire Depl. 



EDWARDS, STEVEN JAMES; Reading; llhtory: Maroon 
Keys; Revelers; Arcon; Beta Kappa Phi; Student Senate. 

EISNER, BONNIE; Springfield; ficinvnt.iiy Idtn.ition; 
Dean's List; Hillel; 1 (lu( ation ( luh 

1 1 DRED, JEAN PERNAT; Ely Creek, N.Y.; Elementary Educ. 

ILLIOT, CHERYL MARGARET; Livingston, N.J.; Elementary 
Education; Sigma Kappa, 1st V.P.; Educ. Club; Art (Omni. 
S.U.; Exec. Council; Scrolls. 





ELLSTROM, CAROL ANN; Rutland; Home Economics. 

ElMER, BRUCE MASON; Northampton; English; Dorm 
Social Chrm.; Christian Science Organization, Pres., V.P.; 
Treas. Exec. Council; Winter Carni Comm.; Homecoming 
Comm. 

EPSTEIN, JACOB; Pittsfield; Animal Science; Marching 
Band; Symphony Band; Hillel; Operetta Guild; Univ. 
Health Conn. 

II'STLIN, LINDA JEAN; Holyoke; Sociology; Belchertown 
Volunteers; Young Republicans; Young Americans for 
Ireedom; Exchange Student. 



ERAMO, CAROL ANN; Pittsfield; Sociology; Collegian. 
Newman Club; Dean's List. 

ERB, DOUGLAS ALAN; Saugus; Economics; Zeta Nu; 
Golf Team; Exec. Council; Intramurals. 

ERICKSON, WAYNE F.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Chemislrv; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Dorm judiciary; Dean's list 

ERKER, EDWARD FRANCIS; Walpole; /.oulugy. Dorm 
Social Chrm.; Scabbard & Blade; SoulhwesI Honors Sym- 
posium; Dean's List, Seniors Honors Research. 




ERLANGER, LEONARD ALAN; Bronx, N.Y.; Chemical En- 
gineering; Sigma Alpha Mu; AlChE; Golf; Intramurals. 

ERLICH, NORMAN ALAN; Swampscott; History: Class 
Exec. Coun.; Winter Carni Comm.; Dean's List; Intramu- 
rals; Hillel. 

ESTNER, MARTIN IRVING; New Bedford; IVIanagement; 
General Court, Clerk; SWAP Committee; Dorm Judiciary; 
Men's Judiciary; Intramurals, 

ETKIND, ALAN v.; Waltham; General Business. 





EVANS, CHERYL ELIZABETH; West Springfield; English; 
Newman Club. 

EVANS, CHERYL L.; West Medford; Child Development; 
Musicals, Bus. Mgr.; Student Afro-American Organ,, Pres.; 
Who's Who; Student Senate Activities Comm.; Delta 
Sigma Theta, Corr. Sec, 

EVANS, LAN I JEAN; Longmeadow; Medical Technology; 
WAA Ski Team; Index; Arts & Music Committee; Dorm 
Counselor; Angel Flight. 

EVANS, LORRAINE M.; Arlington; Elementary Education; 
Dean's List; Angel Flight; Index; Educ. Club; N.E.S. 



EWELL, KENNETH ALBERT; Chelmsford; Mechanical En- 
gineering; Tau Beta Pi; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Judiciary; 
Phi Eta Sigma; ASME. 

EXFORD, PETER TELLER; Pittsfield; History. 

EZOLD, ROBERT JAMES; Holyoke; Music Education; 
University Chorale; Newman Club, Religious Activities 
Co-Chrm.; Newman Center Organist; Music Dept. Organ 
Recitals; Commuters Club. 

FAIRBANKS, PAMELA KAY; Colrain; Elementary Education; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List; Newman Club; 
Education Club. 



FAIRFIELD, SUSAN LEE; Revere; Speech Therapy; New- 
man Club; Sigma Kappa, Asst. Rush Chrm.; Musicals, 
spokesman; S.U. Dance Committee, Chrm.; S.U. Program 
Council, Sec. 

FALCO, THERESA ANN; Barre; Elementary Education; 
Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Education Club. 

FARLEY, MAUREEN ANNE; Taunton; Nursing; Pi Beta 
Phi; Nursing Club; Newman Club. 

FARRELL, FRANK CLAIR; Ashland; History. 





FARRELL, JANET ELAINE; Pittsfield; Elementary Education; 
Berkshire Community College. 

FARRELL, MARCELLA E.; Amesbury; Elementary Education; 
Educ. Club; Newman Club. 

FARRINGTON, CAROL SHAPPELL; North Wilmington; 
Mathematics; Dean's List. 

FARRINGTON, DONALD GRAY; North Wilmington; 
Sociology; Northern Essex Community College; Dean's 
List. 




FAUCETTE, DOUGLAS PAUL; Salisbury, Maryland; Gov- 
ernment; Freshmen Football; Varsity Football; Newman 
Club; Parachute Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 

FEENEY, PETER JOHN; Wellesley; History; Freshman & Var- 
sity Golf; Maroon Keys; Intramurals; Ski Club. 

FELD, RONALD DAVID; New Bedford; Chemistry; Dean's 
List; Senior Honors; Fild Society. 

FELLOWS, MARCIA ANN; Needham; Mathematics: 
Gymnastics Club; Education Club. 



FENN, SUSAN ANNE; Springfield; English; Exchange Pro- 
gram; Kappa Alpha Theta; Newman Club; Education Club. 

FENNESSEY, MARY J.; Lynn; Government; Scrolls, V.P.; 
Pi Beta Phi, Activities Chrm.; Women's Judiciary, Chief 
Justice; General Court; Who's Who. 

FENTIN, ROWENA RUTH; Bridgewater; History; Hillel; 
lota Gamma Upsilon, Rush Chrm., Exec. Council. 

FERNALD, DIANE LEE; Plympton; Sociology; Exchange 
Student Exchange Student Club, Pres.; Dean's List. 





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FERRARA, CHERYL ANNE; West Springfield; German; 
Dean's List. 

FERRON, DONALD GEORGE; Southbridge; History; 
Freshman & Varsity Baseball; Intramurals; Dean's List; 
Phi Eta Sigma. 

FIENBERG, HAROLD MARTIN; Milton; Mechanical En- 
gineering; A. I. A. A., Publicity Chrm.; Society of Automo- 
tive Engineers; ASME; Intramurals; Dorm Council. 

FILA, EMILY MARY; Hardwick; Art; Newman Club; Edu- 
cation Club; Dean's List; Dorm Scholastic Comm. 



FILLION, RAYMOND ALBERT; West Springfield; Electrical 
Engineering; Square Dance Club; Bridge Club; Tau Beta 
Phi; Eta Kappa Nu; IEEE. 

FINK, R. DEBRA; Cranford, N.J.; Elementary Education; 
Sigma Delta Tau; Education Club; Hillel. 

FINKLE, MARILYN ELAINE; Belmont; Sociology; Dean's 
List; Lambda Delta Phi, Historian; Hillel Club; Nursing Club; 
Dorm Standard's Council. 

FINN, VIRGINIA MARY; Arlington; Child Development; 
Newman Club; Merrill-Palmer Institute. 



FISETTE, MICHAEL FRANCIS; Turners Falls; Industrial 
Engineering: AIIE, Pres.; Dorm Treas.; Intramurals. 

FISH, JAMES HENRY; Martinsville, Indiana; History; 
Dorm Counselor; Intramurals; Student Senate; Dorm Pres- 
ident; Alpha Phi Omega. 

FISHMAN, CECILE SUSAN; Quincy; History; Sigma Delta 
Tau; Hillel; Spectrum, Sec; Dean's List; Women's Reform 
Comm. 

FISK, ROBERT ALLEN; Williamstown; Botany; Dean's List; 
Dorm Counselor; Senior Honors; Dorm Cultural Activities, 
Comm. 




FITCH, JEFFREY TODD; Bogota, N.J.; Psychology; States- 
men; Intramurals; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List; Dorm 
House Coun. 

FITZGERALD, GEORGE B.; Belmont; Zoology; North- 
western Univ. 

FITZGERALD, JOAN; N. Easton; English; Alpha Chi Omega; 
Panhellenic Council; NES Tutor; S.U. Arts & Music Comm.; 
Co//eg/an. 

FITZGERALD, PATRICIA ANNE; Dennisport; Elementary 
Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi Scholar. 





FITZGERALD, RICHARD CHARLES HARRIS; Suffield, 
Conn.; Business Administration; WMUA; Intramurals. 

FITZGERALD, SHELIA ELLEN; Springfield; Government; 
Winter Carni Comm.; Dorm Social Chrm.; Newman Club; 
Young Democrats; Women's Inter-Residence Hall Council. 

FLEISCHER, HELEN E.; Springfield, Virginia; History; 
Dorm Counselor; Belchertown Volunteers; Lambda Delta 
Phi; N.E.S. 

FLINKSTROM, CHARLES N.; Greenfield; forest Manage- 
ment; Inter-American Univ. of Puerto Rico; Alpha Zeta; 
Forestry Club; Commuters Club; Society of American 
Foresters. 



FLINT, STANLEY E.; Arlington; Electrical Engineering. 

FLYNN, JANE FRANCES; Salem; English. 

FLYNN, JOAN; Sudbury; Speech Pathology and Audiology; 
Dorm Counselor; Northampton State Hospital Volunteer; 
Sigma Delta Tau; Dean's List; Communication Disorders 
Club, V. P. 

FOGEL, HARVEY PHILIP; Linden, N.J.; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Audio-Visual Aids Technical Staff; AICHE; Dean's List. 



FOLEY, JOAN KATHLEEN; Worcester; Zoology; Newman 
Club; NEA; Educ. Club; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Charter 
Comm. 

FOLLETT, SUSAN LOUISE; Wellesley; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Dorm Officer. 

FORBESS, SHELLY R.; Longmeadow; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Class Treas. 

FORD, JAMES ALEXANDER; Weymouth; Management; 
Dean's List. 





FORESTO, JOHN ANTHONY; Stoneham; Chemical En- 
gineering; AICHE; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

FORMAN, STUART IRVING; Newton; Clinical Psychology; 
Arnold Air Society, High School Visitation Project Officer 
AAS-AnF Coordinator; Flying Redmen; Hillel. 

FORTIER, RICHARD ARTHUR; West Springfield; Hotel 
Management; Phi Sigma Delta, V.P.; Newman Club. 

FORYS, JOHN CHARLES; Chicopee Falls; Economics; 
Intramurals; Economics Club. 



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FOSS, BARRY M.; Dennisport; Genera/ Buiiness & Fi- 
nance; Cape Cod Community College; Intramurals. 

FOSTER, GEORGE EDWARD; Taunton; Business Adminis- 
tration; Chemistry Club; Marketing Club; Intramurals. 

FOSTER, MARK OBER; Norwood; food Science & Tech- 
nology; Hillel; Alpha Zeta; Dean's List; Food Tech. Club. 

FOULDS, PATRICIA F.; Somerset; Medical Technology: 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Lambda Delta Phi; Medical Tech. 
Club. 



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FOX SUSAN JANICE; Randolph; Interior Design; Mas- 
sachusetts Bay Community College; Dean's List; Ski Club. 

FOXON, MARY BARTLETT; Northampton; History; March- 
ing Band; Symphony Band; Northampton Volunteers. 

FRANCINI, ROBERTJEAN; Somerville; Government. 

FRANK, LYNN ANN; White Plains, N.Y.; Spanish; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Education Club; Spanish Club; Hillel; N.E.S. 





FRANKENFIELD, RONALD STEPHEN; Marshfleld; Mechan- 
ical Engineering; Scuba Club; ASME, Pres. 

FRANKLIN, ANNE KAREN; Dudley; Art; lota Gamma 
Upsilon; Jr. Panhel Council. 

FRANKLIN, FRED JAY; Jericho, N.Y.; Government; Maroon 
Keys; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Sec, V.P.; Revelers; Exec. Council; 
Pre-Law Assoc. 

FRATTO, RONALD JOHN; Wakefield; Zoology; Operetta 
Guild; Newman Club; Marching Band. 



FREED, ROBERT ALAN; Fitchburg; Business Administra- 
tion; Hillel; Intramurals; Sigma Alpha Mu, Rush Chrm., 
Pres. 

FREEDMAN, BURTON DAVID; Chelsea; Government; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Free Press Committee, Treas.; Student Senate, 
Treas.; Fine Arts Council; Hillel. 

FREEDMAN, HARRI; Quincy; Nursing. 

FREEDMAN, MARCIA E.; Port Chester, N.Y.; Elementary 
Education; Sigma Delta Tau; Education Club; Hillel; Spec- 
trum; Panhel. 



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FREEDMAN, PAULA HARRIET; Asbury Park, N.J.; Russian; 
Sigma Delta Tau, Social Chrm., Standards Chrm.; Kappa 
Delta Pi; S.U. Arts & Musical Comm.; Russian Club; Hillel 
Club. 

FREEDMAN, ROBERT HARVEY; Salem; Mathematics; 
Alpha Phi Omega, Treas., Book Drive Chrm.; Hillel; Math 
Club. 

FREEMAN, ELIZABETH ANN; Wakefield; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; Educ. Club; N.E.S.; Yahoo, Provisional Board Sec; 
Dorm Social Comm. 

FREITAS, JANE ANN; Lexington; Recreation; Lesley Col- 
lege; Equestrain Club; Varsity Field Hockey; Varsity Soft- 
ball. 




FREITAS, MARCIA ELIZABETH; Gloucester; Elementary 
Education; Dean's List; Educ. Club. 

FRENCH, ROGER ALLAN; Winchester; Mathematics; 
Delta Chi, Pres.; Sky-Diver; Chess Team; Counselor; Ski 
Club. 

FRIGON, JAMES EDWARD; Turners Falls; Zoology; Green- 
field Community College; University Chorus; University 
Madrigal Singers; Scuba Club. 

FRISBEE, ANN; Stuyvesant Falls, N.Y.; Home Economics; 
University Chorale; Home Ec. Club; Dean's List. 




FROST, CHRISTINA G.; Springfield; Home Economics; 
Home Ec. Club; Winter Carni Comm ; Dorm Counselor; 
Dorm Cultural Comm.; Dean's List. 

FROST, WILLIAM WARREN, Jr.; No. Wilbraham; Pre-Med; 
Dorm Council; Dorm Treas.; Pre-Medicaj, Society; Na- 
tional Science Foundation Research; Senior Honors. 

FUJCZAK, JOANN ALICE; Holyoke; Elementary Education; 
Ski Club; Winter Carni Comm.; Exec. Council; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, Social Chrm., Recording Sec; Education 
Club. 

FULLER, ROY L.; Pittsfield; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; 
Intramurals. 



FURTADO, STEPHEN JOHN; New Bedford; Speech; Cape 
Cod Community College; Judiciary Board; Newman Club. 

FYFE, DONALD ERNEST; Lanesboro; Elementary Educa- 
tion; North Adams State College; Intramurals; Educ. Club. 

GADZUK, NANCY ELLEN; Harrisburg, Penn.; Elementary 
Education; Alpha Chi Omega, Song Chrm., V.P.; Musicals, 
Manager; Dean's List; Exec. Council; Chorale. 

GAGNE, SUZANNE CAROLINE; Provincetown; History; 
Honors Colloquium. 





GAGNER, DONALD RAYMOND; Wareham; Botany; 
Marietta College; Varsity Baseball; Education Club; Intra- 
murals. 

GAGNON, JANE MARIE; Florence; English; Commuters 
Club; Standards Comm.; Residential Living Board; Cultural 
Comm. 

GAGNON, MARY LOUISE; Framingham; Zoology; Eques- 
trian Club. 

GALAS, JULIA MARIE; Chicopee; Elementary Education; 
Educ. Club; Dorm Treas. 



GALLAGHER, PETER JOSEPH; Maiden; History; Varsity 
Rifle Team, Capt.; Dean's List; Scabbard & Blade; Distin- 
guished Military Student. 

GALLERANI, JAMES ALDO; Sagamore; Government; 
Freshmen Rifle Team; Varsity Rifle Team; Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon. Steward; Law Club. 

GALLESE, LESLIE R.; North Adams; English; Berkshire 
Community College; Ski Club; Newman Club. 

GALLIVAN, EILEEN MARIE; Miami, Florida; Sociology; 
Winter Carni Comm.; Newman Club. 




GAMBLE, JOAN MARIE; Wayne, N.J.; Economics; Oper- 
etta Guild, Exec. Board; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dorm Treas.; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Concert Association Committee. 

CAN, HOWARD J.; Belmont; Government; Arcon; Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Social Chrm.; Pre-Law Assoc; I.F.C. 

GANLEV, THOMAS S.; Lynnfield; Accounting: Dorm 
Counselor; Flying Redmen; Dean's List; Accounting Assoc; 
Newman Club. 

C^RLO, GLENDA G.; Westfield; Mathematics. 



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GARVEY, JUDITH PHILOMENE; Amherst; German; Com- 
muter's Club; Newman Club; Freiburg Club; Atlantic 
Studies Institute. 

GASPERACK, GARY LEE; West Springfield; Marketing; 
Dean's List; Marketing Club; Intramurals; Varsity Soccer, 
Basketball & Golf. 

GASTONE, THOMAS FRANK; Springfield; Management; 
Intramurals; Dean's List. 

GATELY, PAUL K.; Natick; finance; Parachute Club; Out- 
ing Club. 





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GARNETT, JOHN VERNON; Wakefield; Mat/iemat/cs; 
Equestrian Club. 

GARON, MICHELLE M.; Palmer; French. 

GARRETT, PATRICIA LOIS; Newton; £ng/ish; Dean's List; 
Student Senate; Academic Affairs. 

GARSTANG, COLLIN WILLIAM; Pittsfield; Marl<eting; 
Ski Team, Capt.; New England Intercollegiate Ski Confer- 
ence, Pres.; Q.T.V., Chaplain, Rushing Chrm., Correspond- 
ing Sec; Marketing Club; Winter Garni Comm. 




GATES, DAVID REDDEN; Hopkinton; Wildlife Biology; 
Quinsigamond Community College. 

GAUDET, ROBERT DANIEL; Rochester, Michigan; Govern- 
ment; Student Senate; Index, Photo Ed., Managing Ed.; 
Exec. Council; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

GAUDREAU, LAURAINE ELIZABETH; Ware; Elementary 
Education; Dean's List; Newman Club; Educ. Club; Eques- 
trian Club. 

GAY, PETER MICHAEL; Chicopee Falls; Economics; Intra- 
murals; Dorm Athletic Chrm,; Dorm Sec, Treas. 




GEAGAN, WILLIAM PATRICK; Peabody; Psychology; 
Intramurals; Newman Club. 

GELDMACHER, CECILY LOUISE; Union City, N.J.; Art; 
Index; Music & Arts Comm.; Gymnastics Team; Ski Club; 
N.E.S. 

CELL, DONNA MASSEY; Seekonk; Physical Education; 
lota Gamma Upsilon, Pledge Trainer; Dean's List; Modern 
Dance Club; W.A.A. Volleyball. 

GENSHEIMER, JOHN H.; Pittsfield; General Business & 
Finance; Dorm President; SWAP Delegate. 




GENTILE, THOMAS CHARLES; Shrewsbury; Forestry; 
Forestry Club. 

GERVAIS, MARILYN JOYCE; Ware; Elementary Education; 
Dean Jr. College; Dean's List; Newman Club; Education 
Club; Dorm Treasurer. 

GETCHELL, ALISON LEE; South Easton; Anfhropo/ogy; 
Dorm Program Comm.; Dorm Social Comm. 

GIARD, BEVERLY MAE; North Andover; English; Eques- 
trian Club; Collegian; Education Club. 



GIARDINO,GAIL A.; Hull; Education. 

GIARDINO, JUNE ELIZABETH; Bloomfield, N.J.; Zoology; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

GIBSON, DONALD B.; Dedham; Mechanical Engineering; 
Wentworth; ASME; Society of Automotive Engineers; 
Engineering Journal. 

GIGLIOTTl, CAROL ANN; Attleboro; Zoology; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean's List. 





GILARDI, PHILIP CHARLES; Pittsfield; Electrical Engineer- 



GILCHRIST, MAUREEN J.; Boston; Art History; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Art Club. 

GILL, EILEEN F.; Newton; Government. 

GILMAN, SHERRY ANN; East Longmeadow; Elementary 
Education; Ski Club. 



GINNS, LEO CHARLES; Worchester; Pre-Med; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Dean's List; Honors Colloquia; Senior Honors; 
Intramurals. 

GINSBURG, MARVIN S.; Revere; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; A. I. A. A.; Ski Club; Hillel; Dorm Judiciary; ASME 
Treas. 

GIROTTI, JAMES EDWARD; West Springfield; Physical 
Education; Freshman & Varsity Basketball Team; Arcon; 
Revelers; Beta Kappa Phi; Exec. Council. 

GIROUARD, MICHAEL; Worcester; English; Quinsiga- 
mond Community College; WMUA, Classical Music Di- 
rector; WFCR: Yahoo; Co//eg;an. 




GIROUX, NEIL CHARLES; North Adams; Government; 
North Adams State College; Student Senate; WMUA, 
News Director; Collegian; Pre-Law Assoc; Commuter's 
Club. 

GIZIENSKI, CONSTANCE LEONA; Northampton; History; 
Dean's List; Lambda Delta Phi, Asst. Treas.; University 
Chorus; Index; Dorm Executive Council. 

GLEASON, CHERYL ANNE; Provincetown; English; Edu- 
cation Club; Dean's List. 

CLEGHORN, MICHAEL F.; Raynham; English; Newman 
Club. 





CLICK, LEONARD )AY; Lynn; Psychology; Alpha Epsilon 
Pi, Comptroller, Chaplain, Athletic Chrm.; Dean's List; 
Honors Work; Intramurals. 

GLICKMAN, MICHAEL KENNETH; Lynn; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List; Intramurals; Educa- 
tion Club, Pres.; Mass. Student Educ. Assoc, Assoc. V.P. 

GLINSKI, CHARLES JOHN; Springfield; Electrical Engi- 
neering. 

GLOGOWSKI, DONALD ROBERT; Agawam; Hotel and 
Restaurant Management; Varsity Football; TKE, House 
Mgr.; Intramurals. 



GOBEILLE. ALL^N JOSEPH; Rockland; Civil Engineering; 
A.S.C.E.; Engineering Journal: Crew; Cross Country; In- 
tramurals. 

CODLEWSKI, ROBERTA; Sault-Sainte Marie, Michigan; 
English. 

GODWIN. ROBERT C; Brewster; Business; Ski Club, 
Pres.; Collegian, Circ. Manager; Student Senate; Exec. 
Council; Flying Club; Sport Parachute Club. 

GOLASHESKY, KAREN ANDREA; Bayonne, N.j.; Home 
Economics; Fashion Institute of Technology; Lambda Delta 
Phi, Steward; Newman Club; Education Club; Dean's List. 



GOLD, LALRIE BRITTON; Avon; Psychology; University of 
Arizona; Dorm Counselor. 

GOLDBERG, DAVID H.; Weston; Government; Phi Sigma 
Delta; Varsity Hockey; Intramurals. 

GOLDBERG, SHIRLEY; Holyoke; Elementary Education; 
Hillel; Educ. Club; N.E.S.; Dean's List. 

COLDFARB, RALPH LEONARD; Boston; Accounting; Phi 
Sigma Delta, Housemanager, Treas. 





GOLDMAN, ALAN CHARLES; Revere; Mathematics. 

GOLDMAN, DAVID HAROLD; Brookline; Psycho/ogy; 
Boston University; Dean's List; Astronomy Club; Red 
Cross; French Corridor; Academic Affairs Comm. of Stu- 
dent Senate. 

GOLDRICK, BARBARA ANN; Dorchester; History; Index, 
Senior Section Editor; Collegian; Dean's List; Newman 
Club. 

GOLDSTEIN, MICHAEL KENNETH; Mattapan; Pre-Dent; 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Hillel; Intramurals; Dean's List. 



GOMBAR, BRUCE A.; West Springfield; Physical Educa- 
tion; Varsity Football; Maroon Keys; Theta Chi; Exec. 
Comm. 

GOMBAR, CARLYN MILLER; Weymouth; Physical Educa- 
tion; Sigma Kappa, Song Chrm.; Naiads; WAA Volleyball- 
Dean's List; Queen's Court for Miss University Contest. 

CONYER, PAMELA G.; Sudbury; Medical Tcrhnolrjgy; 
Lasell Junior College. 

COODFELLOW, GEORGE EDWIN; New Bedford; Chem- 
istry; Delta Chi. 




GOODMAN, RACHEL; Chelsea; French; French Corridor; 
Hillel Foundation, Rec. Sec, Pres.; Dean's List; Honors 
Colloquium; Phi Kappa Phi. 

GOODREAU, WAYNE MICHAEL; Palmer; Chemistry; Dorm 
Judiciary. 

GOODWIN, JUDITH ANN; Waltham; Fashion Merchan- 
dising: Lasell Junior College, Miss Las Vegas Court; Miss 
University Court; Dean's List. 

GORCZYCA, JOHN FREDERICK; Salem; Botany; N.E.S.; 
Intramurals; Newman Club. 





GORDON, MERLE RHONA; Maiden; £/ementary Fduca- 
tion; Dean's List; Hillel; Precisionettes, Senior Squad 
Leader; Education Club. 

GORDON, SAMUEL RICKLESS; Longmeadqw; Marketing; 
University of Arizona; Dean's List; Marketing Club. 

GOREN, ALAN CHARLES; Beverly; Pre-Med; QTV, Chap- 
lain, Historian; Dean's List; Arcon; Phi Eta Sigma; Senior 
Honors. 

GORHAM, JANET ANN; Arlington; Elementary Education; 
Newman Club; Education Club; Dean's List; N.E.S. 




GORI, ANDREW FRANK; Reading; Mathematics; Boston 
University; Xavier University; Dorm Council; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Student Govt. Assoc; Collegian; Intramurals. 

GOTOWALA, RITA MARIE; Chelsea; English; Collegian; 
Newman Club; Dean's List; Young Democrats; Standards 
Comm. Chief Justice. 

GOULD, ALTHEA L.; Springvale, Maine; Sociology; Chi 
Omega; Exec. Council; Scrolls. 

GOULD, JOANNE LYNN; Belchertown; Nursing; Scrolls; 
Symphony Band; Nursing Club. 



GOULD, RICHARD BERNARD; Bayside, N.Y.; Pre-Med; 
Dean's List; Senior's Honor's Project; Dorm Counselor; 
Dorm Judiciary; Pre-Med Club. 

COUNARIS, CYNTHIA ELAINE; Haverhill; Psyc/io/ogy; 
Orthodox Club. 

GOVENAR, ROBERT GERALD; Marblehead; Chemical 
Engineering; AICHE; Dorm Council; Debating Team; Sig- 
ma Alpha Mu, Historian; Hillel, Treas. 

GOWDEY, JEAN GRAIG; Hadley; French; Non Residents' 
Student Organization; Dean's List; Education Club. 





GOWEN, NANCY T.; Newton; Russian; Russian Club; 
Dean's List. 

GOWEN, RICHARD AUSTIN; Middleton; Chemical En- 
gineering; AICHE; Dorm (Council; Dorm Judiciary; Dorm 
Pres.; Dorm Council. 

GRACE, DONALD FRANCIS, Jr.; Chicopee; History; 
Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Senior Honors; Literary Society; 
Newman Club. 

GRADY, MARGARET MARY; Brockton; English; Collegian; 
Chorale; Dean's List; Newman Club; Commuter's Club. 




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GREEN. JOHN MICHAEL; Foxboro; forest Management; 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Beta Chi, 
Sec, V.P.; Forestry Club; Commuters Club; Dorm Coun- 
selor. 

GREEN, LEONA; Maiden; Elementary Education; Chorus; 
Dorm Standards Comm. Chrm.; Dorm Social Comm.; 
Dorm Exec. Comm. 

GREENE, ALAN DAVID; Fall River; forestry; Crew, V.P.; 
Forestry Club; Outing Club. 

GREENE, DENNIS JAMES; Greenfield; Marketing; Green- 
field Community College; Marketing Club. 







CRAVES, CHRISTINE MARGARGAL; Williamsburg; fduca- 
tion. 

GRAVES, LINDA JANE; Greenfield; United States History; 
Pi Beta Phi; Dean's List; Newman Club; Winter Carni 
Comm.; Exec. Council. 

GRAVES, MARY KATHRYN; Easthampton; Speect} Ther- 
apy; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Standards Chrm.; Ski Club; 
Educ. Club; Communication Disorders Club; Newman 
Club. 

GRAY, JOSEPH J.; Easthampton; Russian. 




GREENE, MARK EDWARD; Northboro; Botany. 

GREGORY, JOANNA LEE; Hyannis; English; Dorm Social 
Chrm.; Precisionettes; Colonel's Cadre. 

GRENO, MICHAEL A.; Tonawanda, N.Y.; Wood Science & 
Technology; Paul Smith's College; Dean's List; Varsity 
Pistol Team; Newman Club; Forestry Club. 

GRIFFIN, ELIZABETH ANNE; Tyngsboro; Sociology; Mc- 
Kendree College; Intramurals; Sociology Club; Zoology 
Club; Drama Club. 






ORUDIS, PAUL J.; Holyoke; English; Band; Operetta 
Guild; Dorm Counselor; Educ. Club; Kappa Delta Pi. 

CUIDARA, FRANCIS WILLIAM; Miami, Florida; Restaurant 
& Hotel Mgt.; Lacrosse; Phi Mu Delta, Pres.; I.F.C., Pres.; 
Fraternity Mgr's Assoc; Political Science Club. 

CUMER, ELAINE JOYCE; Great Neck, N.Y.; Psychology; 
Honors Colloquia; Dean's List; Student Senate; Exec. 
Coun. 

GUMULA, JOHN BRIAN; Chicopee; Government; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Dean's List; Intramurals. 



GRIFFIN, JOHN EDWARD; Holyoke; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Engineering journal, Mgr. Editor; Collegian, Photo 
Editor; I.E.E.E.; Newman Club; Physics Club. 

GRIFFITH, NANCY CAMERON; Wantagh, L.I., N.Y.; English; 
Dean's List; Honors Colloquium. 

GRIGWARE, DONALD EDWARD; Holyoke; Spanish; 
Spanish Club; Dean's List; University Chorus; University 
Chorale; Phi Kappa Phi. 

GROSNICK, ALLEN HAROLD; Springfield; Government; 
Varsity Tennis Team; Dorm Council; Student Senate, 
Men's Affairs Comm.; Hillel; Pre-Law. 




GURWITZ, LEWIS STANLEY; Winthrop; English; Adelphia, 
Pres.; Student Senate; Distinguished Visitors Program; 
SWAP; Communications Board Chrm. 

GUSS, CHARLES THOMAS; Yorktown Heights, N.Y.; 
Accounting: Baseball; Kappa Sigma; Exec. Council; Home- 
coming Comm.; Arcon. 

GUSSOW, ELLEN EDYTHE; White Plains, N.V.; Elemen- 
tary Education: Sigma Delta Tau, Activities Chrm.; Naiads; 
N.E.S.; Exec. Council; Dean's List. 

GUSTAFSON, CARL OSCAR, Jr.; Greenfield; Accounting: 
Dean's List; Varsity Soccer; Beta Kappa Phi; Accounting 
Assoc; Arnold Air Society. 





GWOZDZ, DOROTHY ELIZABETH; Holyoke; French: 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Sec; Newman Club. 

HAARMANN, TIMOTHY EDWARD; Holyoke; Sociology: 
Phi Sigma Kappa, House Manager; Exec. Council; Intra- 
murals. 

HAESAERT, SUSAN P.; South Hadley Falls; Zoology. 

HAGOPIAN, JUDITH F.; Springfield; Medical Technology. 



HALBERT, MARY VIRGINIA; Chelmsford; English: Alpha 
Chi Omega; Exec. Council; Tennis Team; Winter Carnival 
Queens Comm. 

HALL, JACQUELYN HOLDEN; New Bedford; History: 
Who's Who. 

HALL, JONATHAN ARNOLD; Wilbraham; Economics: Var- 
sity Track, Tri Captain. 

HALLISSY, SHEILA MARY; Lowell; English: Alpha Chi 
Omega, Sec; Newman Club; Dean's List; Index: Collegian. 



HALPERN, RONNIE LYNN; West Caldwell, N.J.; Sociology: 
Sociology Club; Index: Dean's List; Bologna Program; 
Hillel. 

HALPRIN, PAULA F.; New Bedford; Medical Technology: 
B'nai Brith; Dean's List. 

HALSEY, SUSAN DANA; Pine Beach, N.J.; Geology: An- 
gel Flight, Comm., Advisor; D.V.P.; Exec. Council; Honors 
Colloquia; Senior Honors. 

HAMMOND, DAVID LEE; West Springfield; Landscape 
Architecture: Landscape Architecture Club; Intramurals. 




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HAMMOND, JOAN MARIE; Trenton, N.J.; Psycfio/ogy; 
East Stroudsburg College; lota Gamma Upsilon, 2nd V.P.; 
Jr. Panhel Council; Naiads; N.E.S. 

HAMYLAK, STEFAN; Ludlow; Industrial Engineering: 
Frosh Tennis Team; Newman Club; A.I. I.E.; Intramurals. 

HANKEY, JANET ELLEN; Lincoln; English: Critique: Eques- 
trian Club; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

HANLEY, WILLIAM BARRY; South Weymouth; Spanish: 
Football; Symphony Band; Marching Band; Judo Team; 
Symphony Orchestra. 



HANNON, BARBARA ELLEN; Canton; Sociology: Pi Beta 
Phi; Dean's List; VV.A.A.; Sociology Club; Voung Demo- 
crats. 

HANSON, DAVID B., Jr.; Watertown; Civil Engineering; 
Varsity Tennis, Manager, Varsity Hockey, Manager, Colle- 
gian, Sports; Young Republicans; A.S.C.E., Sec, Pres. 

HANSON, MARGERY ELAINE; Dracut; Home Economics: 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Home Economics Club; Ski Club. 

HARLEY, VIRGINIA RUTH; Marshfield; Fashion Merchan- 
dising: Dean's List. 




H^RRICAS, )AMCE ANN; Andover, Maine; Nursing; 
Nursing Club; Judo Club. 

HARRIGAN, MARY ELIZABETH; Boston; History; Exec. 
Council; Scrolls; Alpha Chi Omega; Panhel, Rush Chrm.; 
SWAP. 

HARRINGTON, EDWARD J.; Peabody; Genera/ Business 
& Finance. 

HARRIS, LOIS CAROL; Lawrence; Sociology: Sociology 
Club; Hillel. 





HARROD, JAMES ABRAM; Somerville; History. 

HARTLEY, SUSAN BETH; Chicopee Falls; Medical Tech- 
nology; Precisionettes; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Alpha 
Delta Theta, Organizing Comm.; Newman Club; Dean's 
List. 

HARTMEYER, NANCY DOROTHY; Haworth, N.J.; Anthro- 
pology; Angel Flight; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Scuba Club. 

HARTRICH, TONI HELEN; Chicago, Illinois; History; Hon- 
ors Colloquia; Dean's List; Senior Honors; Tennis Team; 
History Club. 



HARTSHORN, LYNDA JANE; Gardner; Psychology; Eques- 
trian Club, Sec, Pres.; Dean's List. 

HARTZEL, PAUL ROBERT; Dedham; Systems Manage- 
ment; Boston University. 

HARVEY, MAUREEN; So. Boston; Business; Economics 
Club; Young Democrats; Newman Club; C.C.D. Instruc- 
tor; Winter Carnival Comm., Publicity. 

HASTINGS, SHERYL ANN; Whitinsville; Nursing. 





HATHAWAY, LINDA LEE; Holyoke; English; Caesura. 

HAYDEN, JOHN F.; Athol; Chemical Engineering; Newman 
Club; A.I.C.E.; Dorm Counselor. 

HAYES, DAVID JAMES; Greenfield; Government; Com- 
muter's Club; Student Senate; A.K.R.; Academic Affairs 
Comm.; Dorm Judiciary. 

HAZEL, RICHARD LLOYD; Needham; Civil Engineering; 
Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Sport Parachute Club; 
ASME; Beta Chi. 




HAZEN, DIANNE JOY; Norwood; Elementary Education; 
Lasell Junior College; Hillel; Educ. Club; Standards Rep. 

HEADLEY, DONALD BRUCE; Pleasanton, California; Psy- 
chology; Dorm Council; Dorm Treas. 

HEALEY, JOHN EDWARD; Westfield; English; Holyoke 
Community College; Senior Honors; Dean's List; Colle- 
gian. 

HEAP, HAROLD ALSTON, Jr.; Springfield; History; Dorm 
Council; Pfii Sigma Kappa; History Club. 




HEINICKE, SANDRA JEAN; Holyoke; Physical Education; 
W.A.A. Sec; Major Council Rep.; Varsity Sports; Intra- 
murals. 

HELFEN, MICHAEL; Wrentham; Speech; Dean's List; 
Marching Band; Phi Sigma Delta; Readers Theatre. 

HENNESSEY, PATRICIA JANE; Bellows Falls, Vt.; Market- 
ing; Marketing Club; Newman Club; Standards Comm.; 
Dean's List. 

HENNESSEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Leicester; Finance; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; I.F.F.; Dean's List. 



HENNING, CAROL ELIZABETH; Lawrence; Mathematics; 
Honors Colloquia; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor. 

HERCHEL, HENRY JOHN; Chicopee Falls; Physical Educa- 
tion; TKE; Intramurals; Education Club. 

HERN, PATRICIA ANNE; Auburndale; Government; Win- 
ter Carni Comm. 

HERRICK, DAVID W.; Reading; Economics; Phi Sigma 
Kappa; Economics Club. 





HERRICK, LILLIAN ELIZABETH; Bernardston; Physical 
Education; Field Hockey; Basketball. 

HERRMANN, MARGARET ANNE; Adams; Home Econom- 
ics; Omicron Nu, Pres.; Home Economics Club; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Dorm Charter Comm.; Dean's List. 

HETTRICK, SARA DRAPER; Weston; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Centenary College; Sigma Kappa; University Cho- 
rus; Educ. Club; Dean's List. 

HEWITT, DIANE MARIE; Sunderland; Sociology; Dames 
Club; Sociology Club; Newman Club. 



HEWITT, ROBERT W.; Natick; English; Lacrosse, Manager; 
Marketing Club. 

HEYWOOD, DONNA JOYCE; West Springfield; £cfucat/on; 
Dean's List; Education Club; Marching Band; Ski Club; 
Naiads. 

HICGINS, JAMES CARLTON; Holyoke; Wood Technol- 
ogy; Holyoke Community College; Alpha Zeta; Forestry 
Club; Judo Club. 

HILFERTY, RUTHANN ELIZABETH; Arlington; English; 
Dorm Counselor; Dean's List; Spanish Club; Women's 
Affairs Rep. 




HILL, HARRY C, Jr.; Chicopee; Mathematics: Dean's List; 
Intramurals. 

HILL, HERBERT DAVID; Chelsea; Pre-Dent: Intramurals; 
Hlllel; Deans List; Pre-Med Club. 

HILL. PAMELA M.: Auburn; Medical Technology. 

HINES, EDWARD LEWIS; Northboro; Hotel & Restaurant 
Management: Zeta Nu; Sports Car Club; Dean's List; 
Float Comm.; Intramurals. 





HIRSCH, RONALD: Milton; Astronomy. 

HJORTH, RICHARD NORMAN; Cherry Hill, N.J.; Micro- 
biology: Lniversitv Chorale; Heymakers; Outing Club; 
Honors Colloquia; Intramural Cross Country. 

HOARE, JANICE ELIZABETH; Norton; German; Student 
at Freiburg University; Honors Colloquium. 

HOCHBERC, SUSAN RAE; Natick; £/ementary EcJucation; 
N.E.S.; Northampton State Volunteer; Education Club. 




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HINES, JOHN STOWERS; Abington; English; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Dorm Pres.; Operetta Guild; Sport Parachute Club. 

HINKLEY, BARBARA JEAN; Danvers; Education; Counse- 
lor; Dean's List; N.E.S.; Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

HINTLION, EDWARD; Revere; History; QTV, His- 
torian, Master of Ceremonies. 

HIRSCH, LENORE ANN; Queens, N.Y.; French; State Uni- 
versity of New York at Albany; Dean's List. 




HOFFMAN, EDWINA ANN; Newport, Kentucky; fng- 
lish; Transylvania College. 

HOFFMANN, JANET R.; Dedham; Psychology; Swim 
Team; Dean's List. 

HOFFMANN, ROBERT ALLEN; So. Braintree; Psychology; 
Arnold Air Society; Intramurals; Dorm Counselor. 

HOFFMAN, VIRGINIA L.; Wilmington; Fashion Merchan- 
dising; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dean's List; Home Ec. Club. 



HOGAN, JAMES C; Springfield; Mechanical Engineering; 
Swimming Team. 

HOHENBERGER, H. KENNETH; Holyoke; Chemistry; 
University Symphony Orchestra; Operetta Guild; Amherst 
Orch. 

HOLIK, KATHLEEN JANE; Fall River; Microbiology; Hey- 
makers Square Dance Club; Newman Club; Pre-Med Club, 
Social Chrm. Journal Staff. 

HOLLAND, ANNE BLAIR; Scituate; English; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Young Republicans. 




HOLT, LESLIE SHARON; Belmont; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Pledge Trainer, Chaplain. 

HOLTON, PAUL ANTHONY; Peabody; Microbiology; 
University of North Dakota; Dorm President; S.U. Dance 
Comm,; S.U. Program Council; Southwest Presidents 
Forum; Southwest Patriots. 

HOOCERZEIL, NORMA WENDY; Boxford; History; March- 
ing Band; Concert Band. 

HOPKINS, CHARLES FRANKLIN; Framingham; Zoo- 
logy; Dorm Pres.; Student Senate; Dorm Counselor. 



HORENSTEIN, STEVEN BARRY; Everett; Government; 
Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Chief Justice; Hillel, 
Pres.; Phi Sigma Alpha. 

HORNS, LISA SUE; New York; Spanish; Dean's List; Hil- 
lel; Spanish Club; Young Democrats; Assoc, of Teachers of 
Spanish. 

HORVITZ, JAMES MARK; New Bedford; Psychology; 
Senior Honors; Hillel; Collegian; Psychology Club; Stu- 
dent Senate Comm. 

HOSLEY, BRUCE ALFRED; Williamstown; Civil Engineering; 
ASCE, Treas. 





HOUGHTON, RONALD CARROLL; Amherst; Restaurant 
and Hotel Management; Chorale; Dean's List; Commuter's 
Club. 

HOULIHAN, JOAN ALICE; West Newton; English; Newton 
Junior College; Dean's List. 

HOWARD, BRUCE JACK; Framingham; Landscape Arch- 
itecture; Theta Chi; Landscape Art Club. 

HOWARD, FRANK LAWRENCE; Medford; Education; 
Soccer; Kappa Sigma; Student Senate; Exec. Council; 
Dorm Counselor. 



HOWE, LENORE; North Wilbraham; Medical Technology. 

HOWLAND, JAY; Stoughton; Management; Beta Kappa 
Phi; Ski Club; Intramurals. 

HOYE, ALAN CHARLES; Athol; Marketing; Marketing 
Club; House Council, V. P., Sec; Intramurals. 

HUBBARD, JANE W.; Westwood; Physical Education. 




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HUBLEY, RALPH I.; Needham; Economics; Tau Epsilon 
Phi, House Manager, Exec. Board Member; Economics 
Association; Pre-Law Assoc; Senior Honors. 

HUGGETT, DEANE RALPH; Paxton; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Maroon Keys; Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals; Soci- 
ety of Automotive Engineers; A.S.M.E. 

HUGHES, CAROL ANN; Framingham; Russian; Russian 
Club; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Treasurer. 

HUGHES, KENNETH BRIAN; Worcester; Landscape Archi- 
tecture; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian; Landscape Arch. 
Club; Dorm Council. 





HUGHES, LINDA DEAN; Melrose; Elementary Education; 
Mass. Bay Community College; Dean's List. 

HUGHES, THOMAS JEFFERSON; Northampton; English; 
Caesura, Prose Editor; Vahoo; Collegian; Dean's List; Pio- 
neer Valley Folk Society. 

HUGO, JOSEPH GEORGE; Wakefield; Civil Engineer- 
ing; ASCE. 

HUMBER, JEFFREY LEE; Ludlow; Government; Student 
Senate; S.U.G. Board; Class Vice Pres.; Homecoming 
Comm.; Beta Kappa Phi. 



HUNSBERGER, DONALD M.; Amherst; History; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Dean's List; Baseball; Interna- 
tional Club. 

HUNT, CYNTHIA; Sheffield; Child Development; Class 
Treas.; Mortar Board; Scrolls; Alpha Chi Omega, 2nd 
V.P.; Dean's List. 

HURLBUT, MICHELENE B.; Amherst; Education; lota 
Gamma Upsilon; Ski Club; Dean's List; Home Ec Club; 
Spanish Club. 

HURWITZ, GEORGE; Andover; Accounting; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Pi Accounting Assoc. 



HUTCHINS, MARY ELIZABETH; Northampton; Recrea- 
tion; Pre-Med Club; Recreation Club; Dean's List. 

ILVONEN, HELENA MARIA; Worcester; History; Dean's 
List; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Pi. 

INGALLS, ROBERT DARRELL; Spencer; Sociology; Stu- 
dents for Ecumenical Action; Dorm Govt.; Dorm Counse- 
lor. 

INOUYE, SHIRLEY JEAN COOKIE; Honolulu, Hawaii; Fash- 
ion Merchandising; Middiebury College; Omicron Nu; 
Alpha Phi Gamma; Index, Organizations Ed., Managing 
Ed.; Dean's List. 





INTERLANDI, CHARLES JOSEPH, Jr.; Milton; English; 
University Theatre; Roister Doisters, Pres.; Parachute 
Club, Pres.; WMUA; Dean's List. 

JACK, CHARLES WILLIAM; Ludlow; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Collegian; Index; A.S.M.E.; Undergraduate Instruc- 
tor; Phi Eta Sigma. 

JACKMAN, FRANCIS XAVIER; Boston; History; Beta 
Kappa Phi; Maroon Keys; Dean's List; Homecoming 
Comm.; Winter Garni Comm. 

JACOBS, ROBERT DAVID; Brookline; Government; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, House Manager; Dean's List; Intramurals; Pre- 
Law. 



JACOBSOHN, RICHARD HARRIS; Longmeadow; Mar- 
keting; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treas.; I.F.C. Rep.; Index, Business 
Mgr. 

JACOBSON, MARTIN GLEN; New Haven, Conn.; Business 
Management; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pledge Trainer; Exec. 
Council; Winter Carni Comm, Pub.; Reverlers, Treas.; 
Fresh Golf. 

lAFFEE, SANDRA; Brookline; Government; Dean's List; 
Educ. Club, Sec; Hillel, Publicity Comm. Co-Chrm.; Dorm 
Govt.; Academic Affairs Comm. 

JAMES, LESLIE ANN; Williamstown; English; SUG Board; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Exchange Student. 




JAMMER, RENATA CELIA; Springfield; Art Education; Uni- 
versity Chorus; Precisionettes; Sigma Delta Tau; Dorm 
Social Chrm.; S.U. Fine Arts Comm. 

JANDROW, RICHARD EDMUND; Worcester; Speech; 
WMUA, The Flash; Alpha Phi Gamma; Quinsigamund Com- 
munity College. 

JANKOWSKI, JOAN MARY; Gardner; History; Colonel's 
Cadre; Collegian; Index. 

JAY, PAMELA ANN; Newton; Art; Angel Flight, Pledge 
Trainer; Hillel. 





JEKANOSKI, DAVID JOHN; Hadley; Physical Education; 
Soccer. 

JENKINS, VERNA MAE; South Weymouth; Child Devel- 
opment; Omicron Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; Dorm Counselor; 
Dorm Social Chrm.; Dean's List. 

JERMYN, ROBERT ALAN; Westfield; Marketing; Holyoke 
Community College. 

JETTE, RICHARD ALFRED; Adams; Accounting; Accounting 
Assoc; Newman Club; Young Democrats; Southwest 
Senate; Dorm Treasurer. 



JOHNIAN, CAROL TOURAN; Allston; French; Young Re- 
publicans; Standards Comm. 

Johnson, joy ANNE; Pittsfield; sociology; Dorm Stan- 
dards Comm.; Dorm Social Comm. 

JOHNSON, MARTIN EDWARD; Rockport; Account/ng; 
Kappa Sigma; Flying Redmen. 

JOHNSON, NANCY ELLEN; Ashburnham; Art; Westbrook 
Junior College; Index; Exec. Council; Exchange Student. 



JOHNSON, RUSSELL A.; Melrose; Marketing; Economics 
Assoc, Pres.; Chief Justice, Dorm Judiciary; Intramurals; 
Public Relations Comm. Chrm. 

JOHNSTON, RONALD; Longmeadow; Economics. 

JONES, ANNE M; Newburyport; English; Sigma Kappa; 
Newman Club; Belchertown Volunteers; Education Club. 

JONES, CHARLES BRUCE; West Newton; Fisheries Biology. 





JOYCE, ELAINE MARIE; Concord; Elementary Education; 
Pi Beta Phi, Recording Sec; Newman Club; Dean's List. 

JOYCE, NEIL JAMES; Elmsford, New York; Art. 

JUDGE, JOHN F., Jr.; Ft. Devens; Psychology; Scabbard & 
Blade, Treas.; Dorm Judiciary Chief Justice; Dean's List; 
Intramurals. 

JUDSON, PHYLLIS MARGARET; Springfield; Elementary 
Education; Education Club; Dean's List. 




KACZYNSKl, MICHELLE ANNE; Newton Center; Govern- 
ment; Operetta Guild; Student Senate; Newman Club; 
Concert Band; Pre-Law. 

KAGAN, ELAINE EMILY; Holyoke; History; Exchange Stu- 
dent; Bologna Summer Program; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

KAGAN, NANCY BARBARA; Chelsea; Education; Dean's 
List; Dorm Treasurer; Campus Chest Treas.; Standards 
Comm; Educ. Club. 

KAITZ, SUSAN BARBARA; Hull; £/emen(ary Education; 
Dorm Treas.; Exec. Committee; Educ. Club; Hillel. 



KALIKOW, MARTIN; Roslyn Heights, N.Y.; Accounting; 
Varsitv Lacrosse; Pre-Law; Accounting Club; Tau Epsilon 
Phi. 

KALISH, STEVEN JOSEPH; Quincy; Economics; Young 
Republicans; Pre-Law Assoc; Exec. Council; Intramurals. 

KALLFA, ANDREA ALICIA; Westfield; English; Roister 
Doisters; Operetta Guild. 

KALLIO, EILEEN MARIA; Worcester; Spanish; Critique, 
Advertising Manager; Pi Beta Phi, Special Events Chrm.; 
Spanish Club, Treas.; Spanish Corridor, Counselor. 





KAMIENSKI, GARY J.; Ware; Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E.; 
Intramurals. 

KAMP, CARL HENRY; Worcester; Accounting; Beta Kappa 
Phi; Ski Club. 

KANE, JAMES ROBERT; Winthrop; Management; Beta 
Kappa Phi; Hooker's; Newman Club. 

KANE, JANET ANN; Maynard; Elementary Education; Pi 
Beta Phi; Newman Club; Education Club. 



KANE, KATHLEEN ANNE; Fairport, N.Y.; Home Economics; 
Chi Omega, Pres.; Revelers; Exec. Council; Women's In- 
terdorm Council. 

KAPLAN, BARBARA RUTH; Brookline; French; Dorm 
President; Dorm Social Chrm.; Hillel; Educ. Club; Dean's 
List. 

KAPPA, DIANNE; Saugus; Zoology; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Honors Colloquia; Senior Honors; Student 
Faculty Advisory Comm. 

KARAGOSIAN, LINDA SUZANNE; Lee; Economics; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Dean's List; Equestrian Club. 



KARLSON, MICHAEL S.; Holden; Business Administra- 
tion; Tau Kappa Episilon. 

KARMAN, CAROL DEARDRE; Levlttown, N.Y.; Speech 
Therapy; Modern Dance Club; Operetta Guild; Exec. 
Council; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor. 

KARP, STANLEY; Brighton; Management; Marketing Club; 
Innkeepers Club; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Rush Chrm.; Social 
Chrm.; Intramurals. 

KARPINSKI, THOMAS C; Port Reading, N.J.; Accounting; 
University of tXibuque; Accounting Assoc; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Intramurals. 




KASMER, ROGER JOHN; East Longmeadow; Marketing; 
Marketing Club; Arnold Air Society; Newman Club; Golf 
Team; Dorm Council. 

KASSNER, JANICE RUTH; Mattapan; French; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi. 

KATZ, ARLENE BENITA; Boston; Education; Dean's List; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Cultural Chrm.; 
Hillel. 

KATZ, MARILYN GAIL; Beverly; Child Development; 
Standard's Comm.; Dean's List; Hillel. 





KAUFMAN, DEBORAH E.; Paterson, N.).; French; Junior 
Year in France; Dean's List; N.E.S. 

KECK, MARILYNN ALICE; Pleasantville, N.Y.; Psychology; 
Winter Carni Comm.; Dorm Social Chrm. 

KEEDY, VINCENT WILLIAM, Jr.; Amherst; Mechanical 
Engineering; Wentworth Institute; Tau Beta Pi; ASME; 
SAE; Dean's List. 

KELCOURSE, CHARLES RONALD; Holbrook; Genera/ 
Business Finance; Student Senate, Comm. Chrm.; 
Dorm Pres.; Chief Justice of the Tribunal of Justices; Sigma 
Alpha Mu; Fine Arts Council, Treas. 



KELLEY, ERNEST WILLIAM; Shelburne; Plant Biochemis- 
try; Dean's List; Honors Colloquium. 

KELLEY, KATHLEEN PATRICIA; Dedham; English; Massa- 
chusetts Bay Community College. 

KELLIHER, JOHN JOSEPH; Pittsfield; Electrical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Sec; Science Option; Greek 
Week Comm.; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

KELLY, CATHY; North Grafton; History; WMUA, Business 
Manager; Women's Inter-Residence Hall Council; Dorm 
Counselor. 



KELTY, JAMES FRANCIS; Sudbury; Accounting; QTV; 
Ski Club; Accounting Assoc. 

KENNEY, BARBARA JANE; Newton Centre; Child Devel- 
opment; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Merrill-Palmer; 
Newman Club. 

KENNEY, JOYCE ANN; Canton; Psychology. 

KENT, DENISE GORDON; Thompsonville, Conn.; Edu- 
cation; Education Club; Modern Dance Club; Dean's 
List. 





KEOUGH, ROBERT PAUL; West Roxbury; Government; 
VIce-Pres. Freshmen Class; President, Sophomore Class; 
Zeta Nu, Pres.; Winter Carnival Activities, Chrm.; SWAP. 

KERSHAW, RICHARD ROYLE; Swansea; food Science & 
Technology; Phi Mu Delta; Dean's List; Statesmen, Direc- 
tor; Food Science Club. 

KESSLER, DONALD BRUCE; Fall River; History; Provi- 
dence College; Intramurals; Dorm Council; Dean's List. 

KEYES, SCOTT WELLINGTON; Rye, N.H.; Geology; Fresh- 
man Soccer; House Government; Arnold Air Society. 



KILiAN, PAUL CLARK; Dracut; Marketing: Phi Sigma 
Kappa; Marketing Club. 

KILLILEA, RICHARD DON; Haverhill: Economics: Beta 
Kappa Phi; Ski Club; Economics Club. 

KIMBALL, GARY ROSS; Worcester; English: Hillel, Treas.; 
Dorm Social Comm. Chrm.; Dorm Cultural Comm. 

KING. BRUCE W.; Amherst; Psychology: Inter American 
Univ.; Students tor Political Action; Folk Music Club; 
Men's Glee Club. 




KING, CHRISTINE FRANCES; Sudburv; English: Newman 
Club; Ski Club. 

KINGSBURY, ANN L.; Keene, N.H.; Spanish: Arizona 
State Lni\.: Commander of Angel Flight; Ski Club; Span- 
ish Club: Dorm Counselor. 

KIRTON, JOHN BUCHAN; Somerville; Mathematics: 
Deans List. 

KISER, KAROL ANN; Marlboro; Mathematics: Parachute 
Club, Sec; Angel Flight, Comptroller; Dorm Counselor; 
Math Club. 





KISH, DAVID O.; Syracuse, N.Y.; Government; Theta Chi, 
Rush Chrm.; Exec. Council; Arcon; IPC Rep.; Intramurals. 

KISTLER, PHILIP ALLEN; Northampton; History. 

KITTREDGE, FRANK HOLMES; Brockton; Astronomy: 
Dean's List. 

KLAES, WILLIAM H.; Hatfield; Government; Commuter's 
Club; Math Club. 



KLEIN, ALBERT M.; Pittsfield; History; Hillel. 

KLEIN, ELAINE PHYLLIS; Somerville; Education: Mass. Bay 
Community College; Dean's List. 

KLEIN, ELLIOT HARLEY; Westbury, N.Y.; Physical Educa- 
tion; Nassau Community College; Varsity Baseball; Dean's 
List; Varsity Soccer; Varsity Football. 

KLEIN, RUSSELL JAY; Newton; Marketing: Mass. College 
of Pharmacy; Dorm Counselor; Senate Services Comm.; 
Ad Hoc Parking Comm. 




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KLEINDIENST, MARGARET A.; Webster; Psychology: 
Cape Cod Community College; Spanish Club; Sociology 
Club. 

KLISKA, JOHN JOSEPH, Jr.; Turners Falls; Marketing; 
Greenfield Community College; Marketing Club. 

KLORER, PAUL JAMES; Winchester; Restaurant and Ho- 
tel Mgt.; Freshmen Track; Varsity Track; Innkeepers Club; 
Phi Mu Delta, Sec. 

KNIGHT, DAVID HATHAWAY; Leudy; Sociology; Ohio 
Wesleyan University. 




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KNIGHT, JANE CAROL; North Attleboro; Nursing; Nurs- 
ing Club; Nursing Alumni Comm.; Nursing Investiture 
Comm; Dean's List. 

KNIGHT, JAYNE ELIZABETH; Pittsfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Berkshire Community College; N.E.S. 

KNOTT, PETER BINDER; Pittsfield; Physics; Marching 
Band; Symphony Band; Symphony Orchestra; Wood- 
wind Quintet; Brass Quintet. 

KOENIC, JOHN RONALD; Lawrence; Government; Dorm 
Counselor; Dorm Librarian; Freshman Track; Newman 
Club. 




KOFFMAN, MICHAEL L.; New Bedford; English; Gymnas- 
tic Team; Freiburg Program; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

KOLODZINSKI, CAROL ANN; Florence^ Elementary 
Education; Education Club; Nursing Club; Newman Club. 

KONOVALOV, LEO; Springfield; Russian; Phi Sigma 
Kappa; Russian Club; Dean's List. 

KOPEK, CAROL ANN; Maiden; Ma(hema(/cs; Math Club; 
Homecoming Comm.; Newman Club. 



KOPESKI, FRANK JOHN, Jr.; Swansea; Park Administra- 
tion; Dorm Counselor. 

KOPP, PAMELA MARIE; Hull; Elementary Education; Edu- 
cation Club; Scrolls; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

KOPPEL, ROBERT MALCOLM; Newton; Economics; Tau 
Epsilon Phi; Band; Economics Assoc; Dean's List. 

KORDEK, WALTER S.; Ware; Wildlife Biology; Alpha 
Zeta; Dean's List. 





KOSCIUSKO, MARYANN V.; Auburn; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Ski Club; Educ. Club; Newman Club; Dorm Comm. 

KOSTECKI, ROBERT ROGER; So. Deerfield; Government. 

KOWALSKI, SONIA MARY; Ludlow; Chemistry; Dean's 
List; Newman Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Collo- 
quia. 

KRAMER, ERIC MARSHAL; Newton; Philosophy; Yahoo, 
Editor-in-Chief; Young Independents; Engineering Jour- 
nal. 



KRAVETZ, BEVERLY R.; Sharon; History; lota Gamma Up- 
silon. 

KRIENSKY, MELINDA LEE; Revere; journalism; Exec. 
Council; Winter Carni Comm.; Collegian; Dean's List; 
Young Democrats. 

KRIGER, MARK PHILLIP; Natick; Philosophy; Outing Club; 
Crew Team; Dean's List; Honors Colloquia; Dorm Coun- 
selor. 

KROL, ROBERT M.; Chicopee; History; Dorm President; 
Central Area Presidents Council; Dormitory Counselor 
Selection Board; Newman Club; Intramurals. 




KRUSE, CAROL-ANN; Springfield; Elementary Education; 
Sigma Kappa, Scholarship Chrm.; Educ. Club; Exchange 
Student; Home Economics Club. 

KUCAB, THOMAS JOSEPH; Chicopee; Government; In- 
tramurals; Dorm Govt.; Newman Club; Dean's List. 

KUCZARSKI, KAREN M.; Springfield; English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Ass'tTreas.; Musicals. 

KUJA, EDWINA CATHERINE; Weymouth; Nursing; Chi 
Omega; Scrolls; Revelers; Exec. Council; Panhel Council. 





KULCZYK, PATRICIA A.; East Templeton; English; Dorm 
Standards Comm.; Campus Chest Comm.; Newman Club; 
Education Club; Math Club. 

KULEISUS, JOHN EDWARD; Maynard; Quantitative Meth- 
ods; Wentworth Institute; Dance Band; Newman Club; 
Bridge Club. 

KUZMESKUS, BETH W.; Greenfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Univ. of Bridgeport; Dean's List. 

LACY, MARY ALICE; Catskill, N.Y.; Child Development. 



LADD, DOROTHY S.; Northampton; Education; Chorus; 
Girl's Choir; Univ. Symphony Orchestra, Ass't. Adm. 

LAFLESH, EMILY GNACEK; Chicopee; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Dean's List. 

LACASSE, RICHARD ARTHUR; Springfield; Mechanical 
Engineering; TKE; ASME. 

LAHTINEN, WILLIAM B.; Westminister; Mathematics; U.S. 
Air Force Academy; Economics Club; Young Republicans. 





LAIDLEY, WILLIAM ROBERT; Somerville; Psychology; 
Northern Michigan Univ.; Concert Assoc, Publicity Mgr.; 
Beta Chi; Dean's List. 

LAIRD, JANET LEE; Scituate; History; Dean's List. 

LAJOIE, BRIAN ALAN; Worcester; fconofT7/cs; Zeta Nu; 
Intramurals. 

LALIBERTE, DAVID M.; Worcester; Psychology. 




LALIKOS, MARIETTA A.; Peabody; Marketing; University 
Chorus; Orthodox Club; Madrigal Singers; Marketing 
Club; Women's Choir. 

LALLAS, CHERYL JAE; Dracut; Child Development; Dorm 
Social Comm.; Home Economics Club; lota Gamma Up- 
silon. Cultural Chrm., V.P., Pres. 

LAMKIN, KENNETH R.; Revere; Psychology. 

LAMONTACNE, JEROME; Dalton; Chemical Engineering; 
A.I.Ch.E. 




LANDIS, JUDY A.; Northampton; Art. 

LANDRY, GREGORY PAUL; Nashua, N.H.; PhysicaJ Educa- 
tion: Football; Kappa Sigma, V.P. 

LANDRY, ROBERT JOSEPH; Braintree; Finance; Alpha 
Sigma Phi; Executive Council; Homecoming Comm.; 
Dean's List; Winter Carni Comm. 

LANG, CAROL JOAN; Wellesley; Sociology; Green Moun- 
tain College. 



LANG, DAVID E.; Braintree; Pre-Med. 

LANG, MARY LOUISE; Milton; Microbiology; Ski Club; 
Dorm Standards Comm.; Dorm Cultural Comm. 

LANGDOC, JEANNINE MARIE; Williamstown; French; Our 
Lady of the Elms; Education Club; French Corridor; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

LANGLOIS, LINDA MARIE, Middleboro, English, Cape 
Cod Community College 





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LANYON, MARY JUSTINE; Duxbury; English; Educ. Club; 
Newman Club; Executive Coun.; Dean's List; N.E.S. 

LAPIN, JOEL DAVID; Worcester; Sociology; Dorm Coun- 
cil; Dean's List. 

LAPOINTE, CARL PHILIP; Greenfield; Education Psychol- 
ogy; Educ. Club; N.E.S.; Dean's List; Kappa Kelta Pi. 

LAPOINTE, ROBERT CHARLES; Holliston; Zoo/ogy; Col- 
legian; Marketing Club; Young Democrats; Dean's List; 
Newman Club. 



LARKIN, FRANCIS BERNARD; Harwich; Government; 
Newman Center; Intramurals; WMUA; Collegian. 

LARKIN, JEAN MARIE; Stoughton; Zoo/ogy; Newman 
Club, Asst. Treas.; Index; Educ. Club. 

LAROSE, JOSEPH ALFRED, III; Holyoke; Business Man- 
agement; Young Democrats; Commuter Club; Dean's 
List; Newman Club; Management Club. 

LARSON, ANNE LOUISE; Worcester; Home Economics; 
Framingham State College; Exec. Council. 




LARVEY, ARTHUR WEST; Springfield; Chemical Engineer- 
ing; Engineering Journal, Assoc. Editor; Dorm Treas., Pres.; 
Intramurals; Chem. Engineering Club, Sec; Newman Club. 

LATREMOUILLE, ROBERT JAMES; Brockton; Government; 
Student Senator; Faculty Senate Student Affairs; Student 
Senate Men's Affairs; Judicial Affairs Subcommittee, 
Chrm.; Dean's List. 

LAUKKANEN, ELAINE MARIE; Quincy; Mathematics; 
Scrolls; Dorm Counselor. 

LAUZIERE, ELISE FRANCES; Springfield; Fashion Merchan- 
dising; Equestrian Club; Newman Club. 





LAWRENCE, CHARLES LUDGER, Jr.; South Hadley; Civil 
Engineering; Holyoke Community College; A.S.C.E. 

LAWRENCE, DAVID MICHAEL; Hadley; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; I.E.E.E., Treas.; Intramurals; Engineering Journal, Dis- 
tribution Manager. 

LAWRENCE, JANICE KAY; Rochester; English; University 
Chorus; Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi. 

LAWSON, DOUGLAS ROBERT; Chelmsford; Pre-Medical; 
Dorm President; Area Judiciary; Intramurals. 



LAZARUS, JUD> PHYLLIS; Revere; Elementary Education; 
Sigma Kappa; Exchange Student; Education Club; Stu- 
dent Union Movie Comm. 

LAZOTT, ROBERT; Hopkinton; Psychology. 

LEACH, STEPHANIE RUTH; Winthroup; Government; 
Women's Judiciary, Chief Justice; Chi Omega; Who's 
Who; Revelers; Exec. Council. 

LEAR, ROBERT STANLEY; Pittsfield; forest Management; 
Alpha Zeta; Forestry Club. 




LEARY, BARBARA EVELYN; Drexel Hill, Penn.; Sociology: 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Steward; Dean's List; Honor's Work; 
Varsity Swimming. 

LEBEAU, JACQUELINE ANN; Hinsdale; Mathematics; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Belchertown Volunteers; Dorm 
Counselor. 

LECHTUR, CLIFFORD PAUL; Brookline; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Intramurals; A.S.Ch.E; Hillel. 

LEDGARD, KENNETH H.; Lowell; Pre-Dental; Dorm Gov- 
ernment; Newman Club; Equestrian Club; Intramurals. 





LEE, NANCY ANN; Armonk, N.Y.; Medical Technology. 

LEFORT, GARY LEONCE; Springfield; Business Manage- 
ment; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Steward; Scabbard & Blade; In- 
tramurals; Flying Club; Newman Club. 

LEHRER, MARV LEWIS; West Roxbury; Hotel Management; 
Class Exec. Council; Winter Carni Comm.; Homecoming 
Comm.; Hotel Sales Mgt. Assoc; Sigma Beta Chi, Pres. 

LELAND, LAURENCE ARTHUR; Conway; O'W; fngineer- 
ing; Norwich University; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E. 



LEMIEUX, JEAN ANNE; Methuen; Physical Education; 
Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; WAA. 

LEMIRE, LOIS E.; Southbridge; Elementary Education; 
Educ. Club; Newman Club; Ski Club; Dorm Counselor. 

LENN, HELENA; Springfield; Psychology. 

LEONARD, JUDITH ELLEN; Oak Bluffs; History; Collegian, 
Day Editor; Newman Club; Dean's List. 




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LERNER, ELLIOT DONALD; Lakeville; Psychology: Dean's 
List; Hillel; Dorm Counselor; Intramurals. 

LERNER, PHILIP DAVID; Swampscott; Pre-Dent; Univer- 
sity Health Council; Academic Affairs Comm.; Collegian, 
Editorial Staff; House Council Rep.; Dorm Counselor. 

LEVAN, GEORGE MARTIN; Marlboro; Government; New- 
ton Junior College; Intramurals; Dorm Social Comm. 

LEVANDOV, BARBARA; Long Island, N.Y.; Psychology; 
Sigma Delta Tau, Sec, Treas.; Dean's List; S.U. Special 
Events Comm. 





LEVCO, STANLEY MICHAEL; Brookline; English; Collegian; 
Student Senate; Dorm Judiciary. 

LEVENSON, RONALD LAURENCE; Swampscott; Mar- 
keting; Adelphi University; Marketing Club' 

LEVINE, HARRIET LEONA; Newton; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Exec. Council; Winter Carni Comm.; Homecoming 
Comm.; Dean's List; Educ. Club. 

LEVINE, MARILYN; Framingham; Government; Dorm Ju- 
diciary Chrm.; Educ. Club; Hillel. 



LEVINE, PHYLLIS; Revere; Education; Dorm Pres.; Educ. 
Club; Winter Carni Comm.; Exec. Council; Dean's List. 

LEVREAULT, ELIZABETH RENNICK; Willimansett; Elemen- 
tary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean's 
List. 

LEVY, RICHARD A.; Brookline; American History; Intra- 
murals; Pre-LawClub; Dorm Officer. 

LEWIS, LINDA J.; Milton; Home Economics. 



LEWIS, PATRICIA E.; Andover; Sociology. 

LEWIS, ROBERT THOMAS; Hinsdale; Chemistry. 

LIEBERMAN, PHYLIS RONNI; Milton; Psychology; Gym- 
nastics Team; Operetta Guild; Roister Doisters; Dorm 
Counselor. 

LILEY, PAUL T.; Bedford; Chemistry; American College in 
Paris; Physics Club; Dorm Cultural Program; Pre-Dent 
Club; Phi Sigma Kappa. 





LILIUS, BRYAN E.; Granby; Pre-Med. 

LINDBERG, KAREN; So. Hadley; English. 

LINDBLOM, DENNIS LEE; Worcester; Psyc/io/ogy; 
Quinsigamond Community College; Intramurals; Dorm 
Counselor. 

LINDGREN, CHRISTINE HELEN; Worcester; History; 
Quinsigamond Community College; Educ. Club; Young 
Republicans. 







LIQUORI, WILLIAM JOHN; West Springfield; History; 
Intramurals; Dean's List. 

LISACK, JOHN; Alendale; Civil Engineering; Dorm Assis- 
tant Head of Residence; Tau Epsilon Phi; A.S.C.E.; Varsity 
'M' Club; Varsity Basketball. 

LITTLE, RICHARD CHARLES; Fayson Lakes, N.J.; Civil 
Engineering; Freshmen Coif Team; A.S.C.E.; Dorm 
Council; Intramurals; Ski Club. 

LIVESEY, RONALD VICTOR; Amesbury; Pre-Med; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Pre-Med Society; Counselor; 
Class Exec. Council. 



LIZIO, STEPHEN EDWARD; Boston: Ho(e/ & Restaurant 
iVfgt.; Outing Club; Innkeepers. 

LOCKHART, CHARLES BARTON; Gill; Accounting; Zeta 
Nu. 

LOMAS, ROGER JOHN; Seekonk; Anthropology; Dean's 
List. 

LOMBARDELLI, HENRY PETER; Melrose; Economics; Theta 
Chi, Pres.; Interfraternity Council, Exec. V.P. 



LONDON, BETH B.; East Meadow, N.Y.; English; Hillel; 
N.E.S.; Deans List. 

LOONEY, ROBERT E., Jr.; Brockton; History; Student Non- 
Resident Assoc., Treas.; Beta Chi; Student Senate. 

LOSS, MIRIAM; Salem; History; Educ. Club; Hillel, Social 
Chrm.; Zionist Organization; International Relations Club; 
Univ. Theatre. 

LOLGHLIN, RICHARD JAMES, Jr.; Concord; /\ccount/ng; 
Q.T.\ . Treas, Steward; Baseball; Intramurals; Accounting 
.•\ssoc.; I.F.C. Rep. 





LOUMOS, GREGORY LEE; Newtonville; Mathematics; 
Sigma Alpha Mu, Rush Chrm.; Steward, V.P. 

LOW, HOWARD BRUCE; Oak Ridge, N.C.; Government; 
Arnold Air Society; Alpha Phi Omega; Flying Redmen 
Drill Team; Univ. Marching Band; Univ. Symphony Band. 

LOWENSTEIN, SHARYN SONDRA; Valleystream, N.Y.; 
Elementary Education; Exchange Student; Dorm Counse- 
lor; Belchertown Volunteers, V.P. 

LOWNEY, BARBARA ANNA; Lutherville, Maryland; Zoo- 
logy; Gamma Sigma Sigma; French Corridor; Womens 
Tennis Team; Marching Band; Index. 



LUND, BARBARA ANNE; Auburn; History; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma; W.A.A.; Dean's List. 

LUSSIER, EUGENE DONALD; Chicopee; Geology: Pi 
Lambda Phi. 

LYDON, ROSEMARY; Medford; Mathematics; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Dean's List. 

LYLIS, THEODORE CHARLES; Barre; Zoology; Marching 
Band; Phi Kappa Nu, Founder, Sec; Pi Lambda Phi, Pres. 




LYNCH, ROBERT RICHARD; Springfield; Chemical Engi- 
neering; Intramurals; A.I.Ch.E.; Newman Club. 

McAFEE, PAULA EVELYN; West Barnstable; Elementary 
Education; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Dean's List; Belcher- 
town Vol. 

McARDLE, BARBARA JEANNE; Onset; Sociology; Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma; Women's Gymnastic Team. 

McCALLUM, JOAN; Northampton; Economics; Ameri- 
can College in Paris; International Club; Arab Assoc. 





McCarthy, DAVID FRANCIS; So. Hadley; Govern- 
ment; Holyoke Community College. 

McCarthy, PAULA Elizabeth; south Boston; History; 
Dean's List; Student Senate; Young Democrats; Colle- 
ian; Newman Club. 

McCarthy, RICHARD J.; Springfield; Physical Educa- 
tion; Football. 

Mccarty, WILLIAM CHARLES; Arlington; Restaurant 
and Hotel Management; Varsity Hockey; Freshmen Hoc- 
key; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



McCLUSKEY, RICHARD JOSEPH; Stoneham; Govern- 
ment; Kappa Sigma; Arcon; Dorm Counselor; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Homecoming Comm. 

McCULLOCH, CAROL ANNE; Leominster; Elementary 
Education; Educ. Club; Newman Club. 

McCULLOUGH, RUTH A.; Lexington; Math. 

McCUSKER, CHARLES ANTHONY; Dorchester; Psychol- 
ogy; Dean's List; Operetta Guild; Arnold Air Society, Exec. 
Off.; Dorm Judiciary; Intramurals. 



McCUTCHEON, PHILIP BROOKS, III; Winchester; Per- 
sonnel Management; Mass. Bay Community College; Man- 
agement Club; Intramurals; President's Forum; Honors 
Program. 

McDonald, GAIL BARBARA; Lexington; Eine Art; 
Dean's List; Precisionettes; International Club; Ski Club; 
Exchange Student. 

McDonald, jean CAROL; Lexington; Elementary Ed- 
ucation; Educ. Club; Precisionettes, Squad Leader; Ski 
Club; International Club. 

Mcdonald, RICHARD EMMETT; Lakeville; Food Sci- 
ence and Technology; Marching Band; Intervarsity Chris- 
tian Fellowship; Food Tech Club, V.P.; Campus Crusade 
for Christ, V.P.; Dean's List. 





MC DONOUGH, LINDA S.; Pittsfield; Government; Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma, Rush Chrm.; Exec. Council; Dean's List; 
Freshman Advisory Board; Winter Carnival Comm. 

McELWEY, DAVID WILLIAM; Holyoke; Mechanical Engi- 
neermg; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

McGEE, GEORGE E.; Arlington; History; Massachusetts 
Bay Community College; Editor-in-Chief, Southwest Res. 
College Newspaper; Dorm House Council. 

McGEE, LAWRENCE ELLIOTT; Westwood; Public Health; 
Marching Band; Concert Band; Square Dance Club; Out- 
ing Club, V.P. 



McGOVERN, ALEXANDER JOSEPH; Pittsfield; Mathe- 
matics: Berkshire Community College. 

McGRATH, EDMUND ROY; Reading; Marine Fisheries 
Biology; Delta Chi, Rush Chrm.; Dorm Counselor; Tennis; 
Scuba Club; Dean's List. 

McCUIRE, ROBERT ARTHUR; Ashland; Accounting: Ac- 
counting Assoc. 

MclNTIRE, CAROLYN PATRICE; East Longmeadow; Gov- 
ernment; Boston University; Dean's List. 




.McKAY, ELLEN ROBINSON; Brookfield; Mathematics, 
Young Republican Club, Sec, Program Comm. Chrm. 
.Amateur Radio Assoc; Heymakers Square Dance Club 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; Student Senate, Budget Comm. 

McKENNA, TIMOTHY JAMES; Taunton; History: Crew 
Team; Marching Band; Symphony Band; Newman Club. 

McKINLEY, MICHAEL DAVLIN; Lowell; Government; 
Dorm President; Scabbard and Blade, Operations Officer; 
Young Democrats. 

McKINSTRY, DENNIS M.; Southbridge; Marketing; 
Collegian: Marketing Club, V.P.; Dorm Council; Ameri- 
can Marketing Assoc. 





McMAHON, JANE MARIE; East Longmeadow; English; 
Dean's List; Newman Club; Equestrian Club. 

McMAHON, KATHLEEN MARY; North Brookfield; fng- 
lish; Dean's List; Womens Affairs; Dorm, V.P.; Newman 
Club. 

McMAHON, LINDA J.; Woburn; Education. 

McMAHON, LOIS ANNE; Salem; English; Newman 
Club; Dorm Social Comm.; Dean's List. 



McMLLLEN, DOROTHY ANNE; Concord; E/emen(ary 
Education; Pi Beta Phi; Educ. Club; Newman Club; Dorm 
Standards Comm. 

McNAMARA, KENDRA LEE; Bristol; French; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Naiads; Newman Club; Dean's List; Symphony 
Band. 

McNAMARA, SHEILA KATHLEEN, Lowell; English: North- 
ern Essex Community College; Newman Club; Young 
Democrats; Education Club; Dorm Cultural Comm. 

MacCULLUM, WAYNE FOWLER; Grafton; Wildlife Bi- 
ology: Alpha Zeta; Forestry Club; Dean's List; Intramurals. 



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MacDONALD, NANCY ELLEN; Athol; English; Exec. 
Council; Angel Flight. 

MacCRECOR, MARILYN JOYCE; Lee; History; Berkshire 
Community College; Equestrian Club. 

MaclSAAC, STEVEN J.; Quincy; Urban Studies; Dorm 
Council; Dorm Judiciary. 

MacKAY, ELIZABETH MARIE; North Dartmouth; English; 
Newman Club, Isl V.P., Program Director, Choir Coordi- 
nator, Administrative Asst., Area Representative; Collegian. 




MacKAY, JANE MILLICENT; Ambler, Penn.; Botany; Fea- 
ture Twirler; Dorm Exec. Comm.; Dorm Standards Comm.; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

MacKENZIE, MARY ELLEN; Quincy; Art; Ski Club; Dorm 
Corridor Treas. 

MACKEY, BARBARA RUTH; Maynard; Art; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma; N.E.S.; Art Club. 

MACKEY, DONNA ELIZABETH; Ipswich; Psycho/ogy; 
Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Panhei Council; Chi Omega, 
V.P. 




MACKEY, ELIZABETH ANNE; Northampton; English. 

MacLEAN, LILA; Lexington; Nursing. 

MacLEOD, EDWARD; Lincoln; Landscape Architecture; 
Theta Chi; Land Arch Club; Varsity Gymnastics. 

MACOMBER, ROBERT THACHER; Framingham; Indus- 
trial Engineering; General Motors Institute; Collegian; In- 
dex; Yahoo; Dorm Counselor; A. I. I.E. 



MACOUL, PAMELA JEAN; Methuen; Government; Roister 
Doister; Young Democrats. 

MACYCOVE, ALICE ANN; Newton; Sociology; Sociology 
Club; Dorm Counselor. 

MADDEN, BARBARA ANN; Methuen; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Dean's List; Index; Winter Garni Comm.; Educ. 
Club; Christian Assoc. 

MADDOX, THOMAS JOSEPH; Everett; History; Intra- 
murals; Dean's List. 





MADSEN, CAROL ANN; Norwood; Elementary Education; 
Newman Club; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

MAGANE, KAREN; Leominster; English. 

MAGARIAN, JOHN; Rochdale; Zoology; Intramurals; Dorm 
Judiciary. 

MAGINNESS, NANCY ANNE; Brandon, Florida; Sociol- 
ogy; Univ. of South Florida; Exchange Student. 



MAJKA, RICHARD DANIEL; Westfield; Physics; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

MAKEFW, NINA; Springfield; French; Univ. of Grqz, Aus- 
tria. 

MAKHAMBERA, PETER ELIZAR; Ncheu, Malawi, C. Africa; 
Animal Science; African Students Assoc, Treas., General 
Secretary, Social Secretary; Alpha Zeta; Malawi Students 
Assoc. 

MALINSKI, PATRICIA F.; East Longmeadow; Elementary 
Education; Dorm Counselor; Educ. Club; Women's Af- 
fairs; Index. 




... .aI'JLSKI, DAVID PETER; Easthampton; Park Adminii- 
tration; Barbell Club, Pres.; Park Admin. Club; Land Arc 
Club; Intramurals. 

MAN CHAN, NORMAN; Amherst; C.E. 

MANDEL, CAROL ANN; Cedar Grove, N.).; An: Dean's 
List; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Art Club. 

MANDRACIA, CHRISTINE TERESE; Jim Thorpe, Pa.; Eng- 
lish; Chi Omega, Alumnae Chrm.; Exec. Council; Revelers; 
Index. Senior Editor. 





MANGAN, RUTH ELLEN; Lambertville, N.J.; Elementary 
Education: Counselor; Dean's List. 

MANIA, RONALD KRAIG; Seekonk; Electrical Engineer- 
ing. 

MANISCALCO, WILLIAM MICHAEL; Westfield; Pre-Med; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Senior Honors Thesis; Dorm 
Counselor; Dean's List. 

MANKUT, NOREEN CATHERINE; Fall River; English; Bel- 
chertown Volunteers; Critique. 



MANNING, JOAN ELIZABETH; New Bedford; Elementary 
Education; Dean's List; Exchange Student; Reveler; Chi 
Omega; Colonel's Cadre. 

MANSFIELD, CAROL ELIZABETH; Taunton; Child Devel- 
opment: Dorm Judiciary, Sec; Dorm Program Comm, 
Chrm.; Women's Interdorm Council; Merrill-Palmer In- 
stitute. 

MAREAN, WILLIAM CURTIS, Jr.; Grafton; forestry; For- 
estry Club; Pi Lambda Phi, Steward. 

MARINO, WILLIAM ROBERT; Belmont; Restaurant & 
Hotel Management; Boston University; Football; Kappa 
Sigma, Treas.; I.F.C.; Innkeepers. 





MARKARIAN, PAUL BEDROS; Longmeadow; Pre-Med; 
Exchange Student; Dorm Librarian; Phi Eta Sigma; Dorm 
Counselor; Intramurals. 

MARKOT, JAY L.; Newton; Mathematics; Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon; Soccer; Intramurals; I.F.C.; Math Club. 

MARQUIS, ALAN LEO; Wenham; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing: Intramurals; A.S.M.E. 

MARRAMA, PHILIP M.; Leominster; Forestry. 




MARSHALL, ROBERT; Leominster; Chemistry; Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Varsity Golf. 

MARSTEN, MARCO GISELLE; Pittsfield; English; Berk- 
shire Community College; Mill Ball Queen; Homecoming 
Court; Greek Week Court; W.A.A.; Dorm Social Comm. 

MARTIN, LENORE HELEN; Greenfield; Art; Newman 
Club; Sigma Kappa; Arts & Music Comm.; Dean's List. 

MARTIN, MARILYN ELAINE; Canton; Education: Educa- 
tion Club; Dean's List. 




MARTIN, NANCY LOUISE; North Andover; Nursing; Dorm 
Coun.; Nursing Club; Newman Club. 

MASCIOLI, ROBERT GUIDO; Beverly; Ag & Food Eco- 
nomics; Alpha Zeta, Censor, Chronicler; Food Distribution 
Club; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor. 

MASON, ELLEN ESTHER; Northampton; English; Student 
Senate. 

MASON, PETER C; Marion; Sociology. 



MATTHEWS, PATRICIA ANNE; Springfield, English; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; 
Newman Club. 

MATOUS, PATRICIA ANNE; Ipswich; Physical Education; 
Mortar Board; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Coun- 
selor, Physical Education Major Council, Pres. 

MATTSON, JOHN FREDERICK; Holden; English; Bar- 
bell Club; Intramurals. 

MAXFIELD, JANICE lONE; Lawrence; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Education Club; Sociology Club, Treas.; Dean's List; 
Program Committee, Co-Chrm. 





MAXWELL, MARGARET EILEEN; Pittsfield; Marketing; 
Sigma Kappa, Rec. Sec; Exec. Council; Arts & Music Comm.; 
Winter Carni Comm.; Homecoming Comm. 

MAY, GEORGE FRANKLIN; Methuen; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Track; Outing Club; I.E.E.; Ski Club; Beta Kappa Phi. 

MAYNARD, MARIE ELLEN; Haverhill; Zoology; Lambda 
Delta Phi, Jr. Treas., Alumnae Chrm.; Newman Club; Hon- 
ors Colloquia; Educ. Club. 

MEDEIROS, ALFRED JOSEPH; Waltham; History; ROTC 
Rifle Team; Varsity Rifle Team; Newman Club; Intramurals. 



MEDEIROS, EDWARD MICHAEL; New Bedford; Mechan- 
ical Engineering; ASME; Newman Club; Intramurals; So- 
ciety of Automotive Engineers. 

MEDEIROS, JOYCE ANN; So. Weymouth; French; West- 
brook Junior College. 

MEEHAN, JAMES DENNIS; Lawrence; Management; 
Northern Essex Community College; Senior Honors; 
Dorm V.P.; Asst. Mgr., Yahoo; Editor & Publisher of 
Dorm Newspaper. 

MEES, LEONARD ROGER; Lynnfield; Pre-Med; Duke Uni- 
versity. 




MEGILL, ELLEN B.; Neptune City, N.J.; Physical Education; 
Naiads, Pres.; W.A.A.; Dean's List. 

MEGIZSKY, CAROL JANE; Ludlow; English; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Index, Greek Editor; Chi Omega; Bridal Fair, Invitations 
Comm.; Dean's List. 

MEISSNER, DAVID R.; Wellesley; Entomology; Fernald 
Club, Sec; Zoology Club; Dorm Counselor. 

MELANSON, JOHN ERIC; Danvers; Business Manage- 
ment; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Swimming Team; Scuba Club; 
Sport Parachute Club. 





MELLOR, ERWIN THOMAS; Westfield; Economics; Stu- 
dent Senate; University College Sub Committee, Chrm.; 
Academic Affairs; Men's Affairs; Intramurals. 

MENARD, IRENE ANN; Greenfield; Zoology; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma; N.E.S. 

MENOVICH, ANITA; Chelsea; Elementary Education; 
Hillel, Oneg-shabbat Chrm., Holidays Chrm.; Education 
Club; Dorm Social Comm., Management Comm.; N.E.S. 

MENTES, BEVERLY JANE; Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.; Physi- 
cal Education; Band; Newman Club; Tennis Team; Dean's 
List. 



MEO. ROBERT MICHAEL; Marblehead; Management. 

MERCIER, JEANNE CAROL; Medford; Journalism; New- 
man Club; Dorm V.P.; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

MERRIAM, CYNTHIA ANN HAYES; Foxboro; Government; 
Pi Beta Phi; Aid to Underprivileged Kids; Exec. Council. 

MERRIAM, DWIGHT HAINES; Needham; Sociology; Al- 
pha Sigma Phi; Aid to Underprivileged Kids; Area judiciary; 
Freshman Soccer. 




MERRILL, ERIC; Brattleboro, Vt.; Wood Technology; Paul 
Smith's College. 

MERRYMAN, DONNA; Framingham; English; Regis Col- 
lege. 

MESSINA, ANTHONY STANLEY; Pittsfield; Production 
Management; Management Club; Dorm V.P. 

METZLER, MICHAEL H. Ill; Pittsfield; Pre-Med; Dorm 
V.P.; Dorm Counselor. 





MEYER, ARTHUR GROVER; Chicopee Falls; Mathematics; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Dean's List. 

MEYER, DAVID MICHAEL; Lenox; Mass Commun/cations; 
WMUA, Publicity Director; Flying Redmen. 

MICHAEL, GAIL ANN; Marshfield; Mathematics; Univer- 
sity Symphony Band; University Symphony Orchestra; 
Exec. Coun.; Orthodox Club; Dorm Counselor. 

MICHALSKI, RONALD JOHN; So. Hadley Falls; Civil Engi- 
neering; Newman Club; A.S.C.E. 



MICHAUD, ANDREW DAVID; Lawrence; Accounting; Ac- 
counting Assoc.; Newman Club; Intramurals; Dean's List. 

MIELKE, ERNEST JOSEPH, JR.; Easthampton; Marketing; 
Holyoke Community College. 

MICLIACCIO, DONALD ARTHUR; Winchester; Hotel & 
Restaurant Management; Exec. Council; Theta Chi; Winter 
Carni Comm.; Newman Club; Sport Parachute Club. 

MIHOVAN, BETSY PAULINE; Lenox; English. 




MILCRAM, BEVERLY S.; Brookline; Sociology. 

MILLER, BETSEY HEATH; Westover A.F.B.; Anthropology: 
Commuters Club. 

MILLER, DONNA SUSAN; Worcester; Speech Therapy; 
Winter Carnival Comm.; Hillel. 

MILLER, PETER SPENCER; Greenfield; History; Holyoke 
Community College; Young Republicans, Publicity Chrm. 





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MILLER, PHILIP DELAND, JR.; East Brunswick, N.).; Ac- 
counting; Cross-Country; Accounting Assoc. 

MILLETTE, RICHARD PHILIP; Leominster; Civil Engineer- 
ing; A.S.C.E.; Maroon Keys; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Asst. Stew- 
ard, Discipline Comm.; I.F.C. 

MILLEY, RICHARD EDWARD; Chelsea; Production Man- 
agement; Exec. Council; Winter Carni Comm.; Homecom- 
ing Comm.; Index; Intramurals. 

MILLS, KERRY H.; Shelburne Falls; English. 




MISIASZEK, RICHARD THADDEUS; Indian Orchard; Civil 
Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.C.E.; Dean's List; Newman 
Club. 

MITCHELL, DAVID SATTERFIELD; West Falmouth; Electri- 
cal Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Ch'rm.; Eta Kappa Nu Assoc; 
Honors Colloquia; Alpha Phi Omega, Adm. V.P., Treas.; 
Pioneer Valley Folklore Society, Pres., Treas. 

MIZE, JACQUELYN ANN; Massapequa, N.Y.; Elementary 
Education; Kappa Delta Pi, Pres.; Phi Kappa Phi; Education 
Club, Sorority Rep.; Spanish Club. 

MLINAR, PAUL WILLIAM, JR.; Glen Head, N.Y.; Restau- 
rant & Hotel Management; Varsity Football; 4-Coilege Fly- 
ing Club. 



MOHAN, DONNA MAY; Milford; Elementary Education; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain; Colonels Cadre; Newman 
Club. 

MOLLIVER, MARSHALL ELLIOT; Framingham; Chemical 
Engineering; Tau Epsilon Phi, Chaplain; A.I.Ch.E.; Intra- 
murals. 

MOLOFSKY, SARA ELLEN; Valley Stream, N.Y.; History; 
Sigma Delta Tau, V.P.; Alpha Lambda Delta; Exec. Council; 
Mortar Board; D.V.P. 

MONPRODE, GAIL MARIE; Livingston, N.J.; English; Win- 
ter Carni Comm.; Exec. Council; Chi Omega, Sec, V.P. 





MOORE, RICHARD ARTHUR; Townsend; Hotel and Res- 
taurant Management; Innkeepers Club; Hotel Sales Man- 
agement Assoc. 

MORAY, ELIZABETH; Chelmsford; Government; Waynes- 
burg College. 

MORE, THOMAS ALASTAIR; Pittsfield; forestry; Phi Sig- 
ma Delta; Forestry Club; Marching Band; Concert Band; 
Precisionettes, Drummer. 

MORESI, JOHN LOUIS; North Adams; Chemistry; New- 
man Club; Senior Honors; Dean's List; Italian Club; South- 
west Honors Symposium. 




MORGAN, DAVID HARRY; Merrimac; General Manage- 
ment; Exec. Council; Winter Carnival Publicity Comm.; 
Dorm Homecoming Comm.; Intramurals; Dean's List. 

MOROCCO, JOHN FRANCIS; Worcester; Government; 
Phi Sigma Kappa, Treas. 

MORONEY, ROBERT WILLIAM; Salem; Civil Engineering; 
Varsity Soccer; Varsity Indoor & Outdoor Track; A.S.C.E.; 
Newman Club. 

MORRIS, SANDRA PAULY; Brimfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Dean's List; Archery Club; Education Club. 



MORRISON, WILLIAM ALOYSIUS; Roslindale; Govern- 
ment; Tau Epsilon Phi, House Manager; Newman Club. 

MORRISSEY, PAUL RAYMOND; Northampton; English; 
Pre-Med Club; Dean's List; Caesura. 

MORSE, AVY M.; Hyannis; Spanish; Cape Cod Community 
College; Spanish Club; Sociology Club. 

MORSE, DONALD PAUL; Fitchburg; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Dorm Treasurer; Dorm Counselor; Tau Beta Pi Assoc, 
Social Chrm.; ASEA; Honorary Member of American So- 
ciety for Testing & Materials. 





MORSE, ROBERT ALLEN; West Concord; Accounting; 
Outing Club; Equestrian Club; Accounting Association. 

MORSE, SUSAN A.; White Plains, N.Y.; Child Develop- 
ment; Exec. Council; N.E.S.; Exchange Student; Dean's List; 
Homecoming Comm. 

MORTELLITI, DIANNE MARIE; Wilmington; French- 
Dean's List; Education Club; N.E.S.; French Corridor; Hon- 
ors Colloquia. 

MOSELEY, JOHN FRANK; Dudley; Mathematics; Phi' Eta 
Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa. 



MOSES, ANTHONY THOMAS, Jr.; Gloucester; Account- 
ing; Accounting Association. 

MOSES, ROBERT ALBERT; Newton; Pre-Dent; Orthodox 
Club; University Chorale; Men's Judiciary; Pre-Med Club; 
Dean's List. 

MOSS, STEPHEN MITCHELL; Brookline; Economics; 
Dean's List; Senior Honors; House Council; Critique, Di- 
rector of Research; Undergraduate Assistant. 

MOTT, MICHAEL J.; Greenfield; Sociology; Beta Kappa 
Phi, V.P.; Dean's List; Newman Club. 



MOUGHAN, VIRGINIA A.; Merrimac; English. 

MOULTHROP, JUDITH ANN; Becket; English; Honors 
Colloquia; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Dean's List. 

MOULTON, JAMES CHARLES; Hadley; Fisheries Biology; 
Clark University. 

MOYNIHAN, STEPHEN EDWARD; Chicopee; Electrical 
Engineering; Amateur Radio Assoc, Treas.; I.E.E.E.; New- 
man Club; Flying Redmen; Dorm Council. 




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MOZZICATO, LOIS ANGELA; Winchester; French; Dean's 
List; Newman Club. 

MROCZKOWSKI, ELIZABETH ELEONORA; Southbridge; 
Russian; Alpha Chi Omega; Dorm Counselor; Angel Flight; 
Winter Carni Comm.; University Band. 

MUCHA, MARY; West Springfield; Sociology: Dean's List; 

N.E.S. 

MUELLER, PETER R.; Quincy; Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 
Flying Club; Chess Club. 





MULDOON, PATRICIA ANN; Newburyport; Mat/iemat/cs; 
Northern Essex Community College; Ski Club; S.U. Movie 
Comm. 

MULVIHILL, JOHN M.; Worcester; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; A.S.M.E.; Scabbard & Blade; Newman Club. 

MUNSON, MICHAEL W.; Pittsfield; Philosophy; Berkshire 
Community College. 

MURPHY, EILEEN; Holyoke; History; Holyoke Community 
College. 



MURPHY, ELLEN LEE; Hingham; Home Economics; New- 
man Club; Home Ec Club; Exec. Council; Winter Carni 
Comm; Dean's List. 

MURPHY, JUNE CATHERINE; Worcester; Government; 
Dean's List; Newman Club, Diocesan Rep.; International 
Club; Dorm Counselor; Exchange Student. 

MURPHY, RICHARD LEE; Holyoke; Psychology; Dorm 
Counselor. 

MURPHY, SUSAN KATHERINE; Huntington, N.Y.; English; 
Women's Ski Team; Women's Athletic Assoc; Dorm Stand- 
ards Comm.; Dean's List; Ski Club. 








MURPHY, WILLIAM F.; Somerset; food Science and Tech- 
nology; Dorm House Council, V.P.; Zeta Nu; Pre-Med 
Club; Food Technology Club; Exec. Council. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM HENRY; Amherst; Landscape Archi- 
tecture; Landscape Architecture Club. 

MURRAY, CAROL K.; Medford; Education. 

MURRAY, DENNIS F.; Chicopee; Mechanical Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi; ASME; Ski Club; Intramurals. 





MURRAY, MICHAEL HOWARD; Holyoke; Government; 
Holyoke Community College; Young Democrats; Dorm 
Govt., President; International Club; Dean's List. 

MUSANTE, ELIZABETH ANN; Northampton, Speech Pa- 
thology; Non-Resident Student Organization; Dean's List. 

MUSE, JACKLYN; Wakefield; Personnel Management; 
Revelers; Dorm Counselor; Exec. Committee; Women's 
Affairs; Gamma Delta lota. 

MYERS, MARTHA DENNEHY; Swampscott; English; March- 
ing Band; Concert Band; Dean's List. 



_OTT, KATHLEEN ANNE; Fitchburg; English. 

NAQEAU, LESLIE ANNE; North Reading; History: Alpha 
Lamtsda Delta, Sec; Honors Colloquia; Gamma Sigma Sig- 
ma; Mortar Board, Sec; Dorm Counselor. 

NAGLIN, BARBARA ANN; Mattapan; Sociology; Tri Gam- 
ma; American Film Classics Series; Scuba Club. 

NANARTONIS, SHARl ELAINE; Amherst; Fashion Mer- 
chandising; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Women's Ski Team; 
Dean's List; Exec. Council; Home Economics Club. 




NATHANSON. DAVID; Boston; Russian; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Grenadiers Drill Team; Aid to Underpriviledged Kids. 

NAWROCKI, RICHARD EMIL; Chicopee Falls; Civil Engi- 
neering; Holyoke Community College. 

NEAL, BEVERLY ANN; Woburn; English Literature; Interna- 
tional Club; Women's Rifle Team. 

NEBB, JUDITH PAULA; Middlesex, N.J.; Sociology; Dean's 
List; Sociology Club; Index; Bologna Program. 





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NEEDLEMAN, PAULA CHERYL; Quincy; English; Hillel; Ex- 
change Student; N.E.S. 

NEINER, RANDI ALANE; Perth Amboy, N.].; Physical Edu- 
cation; Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi; Exec. Coun.; Home- 
coming Comm.; Dean's List. 

NELSON, KAREN LEE; Northboro; Nursing; Roister Doi- 
sters; Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Colloquia; Mortar 
Board; Dean's List. 

NELSON, ROBERT ALAIN; East Longmeadow; Hotel & 
Restaurant Management; Phi Mu Delta, Social Chrm., 
House Mgr.; Exec. Council; Homecoming Comm.; New- 
man Club. 



NESS, THOMAS WILLIAM; West Bridgewater; Agricultural 
Economics; Freshman Football; Intramurals; Dorm Council 
Rep.; Dorm V.P. 

NESSON, PATRICIA; Newton Centre; Child Develop- 
ment; Hillel; Exec. Council; Winter Carni Comm. 

NEUFELD, ELIZABETH SUE; Cedarhurst, N.Y.; Speech; 
Exec Council; Mortar Board; Revelers; Scrolls; Who's Who. 

NEWINGHAM, BONNIE SUE; Pepperell; Government; 
Dorm Counselor; Colonel's Cadre, Exec. Officer; Band; 
Equestrian Club. 





NEWMAN, OTTO R.; Quincy; English; A.S.C.E.; Bridge 
Club; Dean's List. 

NEWTON, DONALD GEORGE, JR.; Southampton; Chemi- 
cal Engineering; Marching Band; Symphony Band; Dean's 
List. 

NEWTON, FRANCES ALANA; Worcester; Zoology; Pi 
Beta Phi, Scholarship Chrm., Corresponding Sec; Dean's 
List. 

NICHOLS, JUDITH ANN; Andover; Home Economics; 
Dorm Counselor; Wesley Foundation; Wesleyaires, Bus. 
Mgr.; International Club. 




NICKERSON, JANICE ELAINE; Manchester; Elementary 
Education: Ski Club. 

NIEDERJOHN, WAYNE MARVIN; PIttsfield; Electrical En- 
gineering; Marching Band; Symphony Band; Freshman 
Wrestling; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi, V.P. 

NOCELLA, JOHN EDWARD; Brighton; Sociology; Mass. 
Bay Community College. 

NOLAN, BRIAN MOAKLEY; Salem; Government; Dorm 
V.P.; Southwest President's Forum, Treas.; Southwest 
College Council; Science Fiction Club. 




NOLAN, DANIEL J., JR.; Dedham; Forestry; Alpha Zeta, 
Censor, Chancellor; Forestry Club; Marching Band; 
Exec. Council; Dean's List. 

NOONE, PATRICK JOSEPH; No. Quincy; Electrical En- 
gineering; Northeastern Univ.; Counselor; Newman 
Club; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi. 

NORTON, NANCY ELLEN; Pittsfield; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Berkshire Community College; Educ. Club; New- 
man Club. 

NORWOOD, TERRY LEE; Sunderland; English; Holyoke 
Community College. 



NOWAK, KENNETH EDWARD; Needham; Fisheries Bi- 
ology; Freshman Swimming; Varsity Swimming. 

NOWAK, ROBERT STANLEY; New Bedford; Mechanical 
Engineering; Newman Club; A.S.M.E., V.P.; Varsity Golf 
Team, Capt.; Tau Beta Pi; Intramurals. 

NTOKOTHA, ENOCK MANGWIYO; Palombe, Malawi, 
Africa; Plant and Soil Sciences; Soccer; International 
Club; African Association, Publicity Sec. 

NUGENT, WILLIAM JOSEPH; Milton; Sociology; Fresh- 
man Gymnastics Team; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Corr. Sec; 
Exec. Council; I.F.C.; Fraternity Presidents Assembly. 





NYLEN, KAREN E.; Worcester; Medical Technology; 
Lutheran Youth Group; Judo Club; Sociology Club; 
Med. Tech Club. 

OBERMANN, SHARON LEE; Ridgewood, N.J.; Home 
Economics; Baldwin Wallace College; Home Economics 
Exec. Board. 

O'CONNOR, SUSAN MARIE; Woburn; English; Dorm 
Counselor; House Chairman; Advisor Program & Stand- 
ards; Newman Club. 

ODOMIROK, ANN CATHERINE; Northampton; Home 
Economics; Simmons College, Kalamazoo College. 



O'DONNELL, ROGER HUGH; Ashfield; Industrial En- 
gineering; AIIE; Newman Club; Crew, Capt.; Intra- 
murals. 

O'DONNELL, SALLY ANN; Pittsfield; English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; Art Club. 

OHANIAN, PAULA EUNICE; Needham; English. 

OJANEN, JOHN F.; Ashburnham; Economics; J.T.F.C, 
Pres.; Dorm Council; A.B.A.E., Treas.; F.O.M. 




OKSANEN, STEVEN JOHN; Lunenburg; History; Dorm 
Pres. 

OLANOFF, CHERYL HINDA; Swampscott; Sociology; 
N.E.S.; Educ. Club; HilleL 

OLANYK, MARY ELLEN; Sunderland; Home Economics; 
Home Ec. Club; Newman Club; Commuter's Club. 

O'LEARY, DANIEL MICHAEL; Natick; Geology: Track; 
Geology Club; Outing Club: Dorm Social Chrm, 





O'LEARY, FRANCIS HOWARD; Feeding Hills; Psychology; 
Exchange Student; Exchange Club; Dean's List. 

OLINSKY, SUE ANN; Revere; Elementary Education; 
Newman Club; Equestrian Club; Education Club; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 

OLIVARI, JOHN ROBERT; Gardner; Economics; Kappa 
Sigma; Economics Club; Newman Club; Intramurals. 

OLSON, GUSTAVE DAVID, Jr.; Gloucester, Park Ad- 
ministration; Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Dean's 
List; Honor's Colloquium; Arboriculture Club; Land- 
scape Architecture Club. 



O'NEIL, JUDITH MARGARET; Natick; Sociology; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma, Corres. Sec, 2nd V.P.; Dorm Counselor; 
Newman Club; Dean's List; Sociology Club. 

OPPENHEIMER, ROBERT GOULD; Agawam; Pre- 
Med; Dorm Counselor; Arnold Air Society; Pre-Med 
Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Exec. Council. 

ORDWAY, CAROL MODENA; Westfield; Home Eco- 
nomics; University Band; Omicron Nu; Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 

OSBORN, JANE MARIE; Leominster; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Mt. Wachusett Community College; Educ. Club; 
Newman Club. 





OSTROFF, LEONARD STEVEN; Hull; Psychology; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Social Chrm.; University Marching Band; 
Pre-Med Society; University Symphony Band. 

O'SULLIVAN, MALCOLM JOSEPH; Cumberland, Mary- 
land; History; Northampton Volunteers, Pres.; Belcher- 
town Volunteers; N.E.S.; Dorm Counselor; Newman 
Club. 

O'TOOLE, DAVID RICHARD; Clinton; Civil Engineering; 
Tau Beta Pi, Sec; A.S.C.E.; Newman Club; Intramurals; 
Dean's List. 

OVANES, ROBERT THOMAS; Worcester; General 
Business; Worcester Jr. College; Phi Sigma Kappa. 




OWEN, MARJORIE A.; Amherst; Art; Pi Beta Phi, His- 
torian. 

OZURANSKY, JUDITH A.; Peabody; English; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Campus Religious Coun; Hillel; Home 
Economics Club. 

PACHECO, PAUL THOMAS; Somerville; English; Mass. 
Bay Community College. 

PADYKULA, MICHAELENE FRANCES; Chicopee Falls; 
History; Band; Newman Club. 




PAGE, JUDITH ELAINE; Newburyport; Elementary Educa- 
cation; Education Club; Newman Club; Intramurals. 

PAGNINI, SUSAN MARIE; Hopedale; Psychology; Clark 
Univ.; Newman Club; Yahoo; Psychology Club. 

PAJAK, ROBERT WILLIAM; West Springfield; Electrical 
Engineering; Dean's List; I.E.E.E.; A. I. A. A., V.P.; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu. 

PALARDY, GARY H.; Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Hotel and 
Restaurant Management; Lambda Chi Alpha, High Kappa; 
Frosh LaCrosse; Varsity LaCrosse; Innkeepers Club, Exec. 
V.P.; Winter Carni Committee. 



PALERMO, SHARON MARIE; Lawrence; English; New- 
man Club; N.E.S.; Collegian; Ski Club; Dorm Coun- 
selor. 

PALMER, ELLEN FERN; Holyoke; Elementary Education; 
Hillel; Educ. Club; Dorm Cultural Comm., Treas. 

PALMER, GALE F.; Melrose; Elementary Education; Dean's 
List; Dorm Counselor; Student Senate; Summer Program 
Comm.; Exec. Council, Sec. 

PALMER, STEPHEN CHARLES; Becket; Eood Science and 
Technology; Scabbard and Blade; Dorm Treas., Sec; 
Dean's List. 





PALUBECKAS, AURELIA JANINA; Northboro; Sociology; 
Newman Club; Ski Club; Scrolls, Treas.; Exec. Council; 
Pi Beta Phi, V.P. 

PAOLINO, LAWRENCE; Ware; History; Alpha Phi Omega. 

PAPPAS, CHARLES CHRIS; Lynn; Government; Student 
Senate; Dorm Counselor; Pi Sigma Alpha; Intramurals; 
Dean's List. 

PAQUETTE, JEROLD GEORGE; Gardner; History; S.U.G. 
Board; Univ. Calendar Board; Exec. Council; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Class Day Comm. 



PARADY, MARTHA ALLEN; Monument Beach; History; 
Education Club; Student Senate. 

PARANYA, JANE; Lexington; Physical Education; Hiram 
College; Field Hockey; Softball; LaCrosse; Intramurals. 

PARENT, CLIFFORD BURCE; West Newton; Restaurant 
and Hotel Management; Kappa Sigma; Innkeepers; In- 
tramurals. 

PARENT, DEBORAH LOUISE; West Springfield; Mathe- 
matics; Hartwich College; Sigma Kappa, Asst. Treas., 
Housemanager; Student Senate; Dorm Treas.; Dean's 
List. 




PARIS, MARTIN LEWIS; Newton; Accounting, Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, Sec; i.F.C; Accounting Assoc; SWAP Conf.; 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Phi Award. 

PARIS, RICHARD SHERMAN; Ashburnham; Psyc/io/ogy; 
Beloit College; Pre-Law Club; Dorm Judiciary. 

PARTHUM, RICHARD CLARK; Lawrence; Chemistry; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Athletic Chrm.; Intramurals. 

PASELTINER, MERRYL TINA; White Plains, N.Y.; Child 
Development; Kappa Alpha Theta; Exec. Council; Winter 
Carni Comm.; Dean's List. 




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PEARCE, RICHARD ELLIS; Littleton; English. 

PEASE, EDWARD HUNTINGTON; West Springfield; In- 
dustrial Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega; AIIE; Intramurals; 
Dorm Judiciary; Senate Services Comm. 

PEKKALA, RONALD B.; Amherst; Covernmenf. 

PELLEGRINO, CAROL BARBARA; Lawrence; Elementary 
Education: Angel Flight, Adm. Officer; Educ. Club; N.E.S.; 
Newman Club. 



PELOW, KATHLEEN U.; Springfield; Nursing; Nursing Club. 

PELTIER, RICHARD EDWARD; Brookline; Marketing; 
Massachusetts Bav Community College; Dorm Counselor; 
Marketing Club; Publicity Chrm. Southwest Concert 
1%8; Southwest Social Committee; Dorm Social Com- 
mittee Chrm. 

PENSKI, ANTHONY E.; Gardner; Mechanical Engineering; 
ASME, Sec; Newman Club; AIAA; Intramurals. 

PENTLAND, JANE E.; Worcester; Medical Techonology; 
Chorale; Chamber Singers; Orchestra; Naiads; Dean's 
List. 




PERLMAN, ROBERT STEPHEN; Newton; History; Dorm 
Counselor; Intramurals. 

PERLSTEIN, HANNA; Springfield; Psychology; Hillel; 
S.U. Dance Comm., Women's Affairs Comm.; Dorm 
Judiciary; Dorm Counselor. 

PERREAULT, PAULINE ALICE; Springfield; Fashion Mer- 
chandising; Bay Path Jr. College; Dean's List. 

PERRONE, JUDITH SUTHERLAND; Worcester; Art Edu- 
cation; Education Club; Dorm Treasurer. 



PATRIQUIN, JEAN ANNE; Wakefield; Sociology; Univer- 
sity Chorale; Chamber Singers; lota Gamma Upsilon; 
Dean's List; Honors Colloquia. 

PAYSON, RONALD; Springfield; Zoology; American In- 
ternational College. 

PEABODY, CARLTON EDWARD, III; South Deerfield; 
Physical Education; Intramurals; Freshman Baseball; New- 
man Club. 

PEARCE, PATRICIA ANNE; Winchester; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Newman Club; N.E.S.; Winter Carni. 





PENZINER, SUSAN BETH; Sheffield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Sigma Delta Tau; Dean's List; Exec. Council; Educ. 
Club. 

PEOPLES, DAVID B.; Natick; Plant & Soil Science; Dorm 
Counselor; Dorm, Sec, Treas.; Dean's List; Track; Scuba 
Club. 

PERCY, VIRGINIA RAE; Pelham, N.Y.; Mat/iemadcs; 
Harpur College; Dean's List; N.E.S. 

PERKINS, RICHARD ALAN; Ramsey, N.J.; Goverr7ment; 
Varsity Basketball; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Maroon Keys. 




PETERSON, DAVID CARL; Belmont; History: Dorm Coun- 
cil; Dorm Judiciary; Pre-Law Club. 

PETERSEN, GARY ROY; Shrewsbury; Marketing; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; I.F.C.; Marketing Club. 

PETERSON, RONALD CARLETON; Milton; Civil Engineer- 
ing; ASCE; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Steward; Steward's Club; 
FMA Board of Directors. 

PETOW, PATRICIA A.; Cambridge; History; Collegian, 
Editorial Chrm.; Student Senate; Pre-Law Assoc, Faculty 
Senate Library Comm.; Exec. Council. 





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PFAIFLE, KENNETH ROBERT; Patchogue, N.Y.; Production 
Management; Barbell Club; Intramurals. 

PHELPS, MARCUS GEORGE; Southwick; forest Manage- 
ment; Paul Smiths College; Xi Sigma Pi; Alpha Zeta, 
Chronicler; Forestry Club. 

PHELPS, SANDRA; Charleston A.F.B., South Carolina; 
Recreation; University Bands, Asst. Librarian; Inter-Varsity 
Christian Fellowship; W.A.A.; Recreation Club; Dorm 
Counselor. 

PHILBROOK, RUSSELL; Westfield; Marketing; Alpha 
Sigma Phi, V.P., Social Chrm. 



PHILLIPS, DIANA M.; Somerville; Psychology; Dean's List; 
Dorm Counselor. 

PICHE, DIANNE ESTELLE; Fall River; French; Mass. Bay 
Community College; Dean's List. 

PIESLAK, NANCY ANN; Methuen; English; Dean's List; 
Colonel's Cadre. 

PIETRYKA, FRANK JOSEPH: Belchertown; Wildlife Biol- 
ogy. 



PIKE, JANE E.; Needham; Home Economics; Dean Junior 
College; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Standards Comm.; Exec. 
Council; Homecoming Comm. 

PINKHAM, CHERYL ANN; Lynn; Speech; Dorm Presi- 
dent; Dorm Counselor. 

PLACE, CAROL DONNA; Framingham; Sociology; N.E.S. 

PLANKEY, JEAN LOUISE; Lynnfield; Nursing; Sigma Kappa; 
Nursing Club; Band. 





PLATT, SUSAN JANE; Framingham; Elementary Educa- 
tion; lota Gamma Upsilon, Asst. House Manager; Dorm 
Counselor; Winter Carni Queen's Court; Newman Club; 
Dean's List. 

PLYER, DAVID ALAN; Annapolis, Maryland; Electrical En- 
gineering; I.E.E.E.; Engineering Journal; Scuba Club. 

PODLES, DIANE LOUISE; Uxbridge; Education; Educa- 
tion Club; Dean's List. 

POLCHLOPEK, PHYLLIS ANN; Holyoke; History; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Women's Interdorm Coun- 




POLIDORO, WILLIAM PHILIP; Pittsfield; English; Berk- 
shire Community College; Dorm Counselor. 

PONTBRIAND, VIRGINIA MARION; Charlton; Educa- 
tion. 

PONTE, JOEL BARRY; Shrewsbury; English; Quinsigamond 
Community College; Dorm Judiciary. 

PONTE, JOHN BARRY; Shrewsbury; Covernn7ent; Quin- 
sigamond Community College; Dorm Judiciary, Chief 
Justice. 



PORTEOUS, DONALD PHILIP; Watertown; Civil Engi- 
neering: Alpha Sigma Phi; ASCE. 

PORTNOY, ALLEN STEVEN; Marblehead; Government; 
Forensic Society; Pre-Law Assoc; Exec. Council; Univer- 
sity Theatre; S.U. Movie Comm. 

POSHKUS, GERARD MICHAEL; Worcester; Chemical 
Engineering: A.I.Ch.E.; Tau Beta Pi; Intramurals; Dorm 
Government. 

POTTER, GRACE ANN; Westfield; Educalion; N.E.S. 





POTTERN, LESLIE JAMES; Springfield; Economics; Oper- 
etta Guild; Modern Dance Production. 

POULIOT, WILLIAM ADELARD; Willimansett; Electrical 
Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu; Assoc, for Computing Ma- 
chinery, Pres.; Intramurals; I.E.E.E. 

POWERS, MARY F.; Mendon; Microbiology. 

PRATT, HOWARD LESLIE; North Reading; Marine Fisher- 
ies: Northern Essex Comm. College. 



PRATT, LEA J.; South Deerfield; Nursing. 

PRATT, ROBERT JAMES; Simsbury, Conn.; Sociology: 
Newman Club; Dorm Secretary; Dorm, V.P.; Intramurals. 

PRATTE, CLAIRE L.; Springfield; Education; Education 
Club, Treas.; Kappa Delta Pi, Historian, Reporter. 

PRESTON, MARTHA; Athol; Recreation; S.U. Movie 
Committee, Chrm.; S.U. Program Council, Sec; Eques- 
trian Club; Dorm Standards Comm. 



PREZIOSI, JOSEPH MICHAEL; Leominster; European His- 
tory; Mt. Wachusetts Community College; Dorm Judiciary, 
Young Democrats. 

PRIOR, RICHARD B.; Dracui; Food Economics; Newman 
Club; Communication Disorders Club. 

PROKO, BARBARA JOSEPHINE; Worcester; lournalism; 
Collegian; University Reform Comm.; Newman Club; 
Dean's List. 

PROPPER, EUGENE MICHAEL; New Hyde Park, N.Y.; 
Economics; Flying Club; Critique; Golf Team; Parachute 
Club; Economics Assoc. 




PROUTY, STEPHEN LEGUERN; Spencer; French; Intra- 
murals; Track; Exchange Student; French Corridor; Dean's 
List. 

PRUSKY, MICHAEL; Chelsea; Government; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Honors Colloquia; Chrm., Southwest Area Judi- 
ciary; Roister Doisters; University Theatre. 

PUDLO, WILLIAM JOHN; Fairview; Government; Yahoo; 
Russian Club; Intramurals; Pre-Law Assoc; Young 
Republicans. 

PUHALA, JAMES PAUL, Jr.; Montague City; Park Admin- 
istration; Greenfield Community College; Park Adminis- 
tration Club. 





PULVERENTI, NANCY GAIL; North Andover; Elementary 
Education; Lowell State College; Newman Club; Univ. 
Chorus. 

PUSTIS, CONSTANCE L.; Balboa, Canal Zone; Elemen- 
tary Education; Educ. Club; Newman Club; N.E.S.; Span- 
ish Club; Belchertown Volunteers. 

PUTNAM, JOHN EDWARD; Southwick; Government; 
Forensic Society; Exec. Council. 

PUTNAM, KARL LAWRENCE; Worcester; History. 



PYNE, SUSAN LEE; Hingham; Elementary Education; Edu- 
cation Club; Belchertown Volunteer. 

QUARRINGTON, JUDITH F.; Winthrop; Sociology; Sigma 
Delta Tau; N.E.S. 

QUIGLEY, MARY ELLEN; Springfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Kappa Alpha Theta, Rush Chrm.; Educ. Club; New- 
man Club; Exchange Student. 

QUIGLEY, PHYLLIS ROSE; Salem; English; Yahoo; Flying 
Club. 



QUINCY, JULIE ANNE; Lexington; Home fconom;cs; Pi 
Beta Phi, Pres.; Scrolls; Panhel, Treas., Co-Rush Chrm.; 
Home Economics Club. 

QUINLAN, DAVIE MARTIN; Peabody; History; Intra- 
murals; Dorm Council; Dean's List. 

RADVILAS, RONALD STANLEY; Stoughton; Wildlife Bi- 
ology. 

RAINIKOINEN, JOANNE v.; Southwick; Sociology; Holyoke 
Community College; Senior Exec. Council. 





RAINVILLE, ROBERT FRANCIS, Jr.; West Springfield; 
Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A.I.C.E.; Varsity Basket- 
ball, Manager; Dorm Rep.; Newman Club. 

RAKOUSKAS, MICHAEL GERARD; Chicopee Falls; Gen- 
era/ Business; Saint Thomas Seminary; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Dorm Counselor; Dean's List; Senior Honors; Newman 
ClubV.P. 

RAND, GREGORY ALAN; Marblehead; Economics; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; Freshman and Varsity Basketball; Maroon 
Keys. 

RANKIN, JAMES THEODORE, Jr.; Reading; Pre-Vet.; 
Science Fiction Club; Arnold Air Society; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Judo Club. 



RAPPAPORT. BETTE H.; Quincy; Covernment; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Winter Carnival Comm.; Homecoming Comm.; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma; SWAP. 

RAPPAPORT, ROBERT HOWARD; Springfield; Pre-Dent: 
Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine; Dorm 
Counselor; Dean's List; Swim Team; Hillel; Pre-Med Club. 

RAUSEO, JOYCE MARIE; Lynnfield; Fashion Merchandis- 
ing: Pi Beta Phi, Social Chrm.; Newman Club; Home 
Economics Club. 

RAYMOND, LAWRENCE FRANCIS; Williamstown; Cov- 
ernment; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sport Parachute Club; 
Flying Club. 



RAYMORE, PETER KENT; North Brookfield; Personnel 
Management: Management Club. 

REBECCHI. JANICE BARBARA; Agawam; Elementary Edu- 
cation: Alpha Chi Omega, House Manager, Recording 
Sec; Educ. Club; Newman Club. 

REDFIELD, SHARON LEE; Westminster; Mathematics: 
Dean's List; Exec. Council; Colonel's Cadre; Assoc, for 
Computing Machinery, Publicity Chrm.; Phi Kappa Phi. 

REGAN, DONALD E.; Leominster; Speech Pathology and 
Audiology; Atlantic Union College. 







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REHBORN, BONNIE LEE; Wilmington, Delaware; Physical 
Education; Mortar Board; Kappa Delta Pi; Senior Honors 
Project; Marching Band, Twirler; SUG Board. 

REILLY, KAREN A.; Ridgewood, N.].; Zoology. 

REINHART, LEAH HOLT; Sunderland; French; French Cor- 
ridor, Treas.; Education Club; Southwest Council; Dorm 
Program Chairman; Dean's List. 

REIS, KATHERINE STACIA; Provincetown; English; SWAP; 
Dean's List; Literary Society; Yahoo; Southwest Area 
Council. 



REUBEN, MICHAEL IRWIN; Sharon; Pre-Med; Pre- 
Med Club; Belchertown Volunteer; Sigma Alpha 
Mu, Rush Chrm., Athletic Chrm.; Phi Eta Sigma; Fresh- 
man Tennis Team. 

REYNOLDS, ELLEN MARIE; Pittsfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion: Berkshire Community College; Standards Comm.; 
Social Comm.; Newman Club; Education Club; Sigma 
Kappa, Histortan and Photographer. 

RHEAUME, RICHARD JOHN; Dartmouth; Civil Engineer- 
ing: Judo Club, Pres.; Newman Club; ASCE. 

RHODES, EUGENE GARTH; Montague; Ceo/ogy; Bay 
State Special Forces. 





RIBEIRO, CARLOS; Fairhaven; Business Administration; 
Management Club, Treas.; Intramurals. 

RICE, THOMAS A.; Williamstown; Business; Parachute 
Club; Beta Chi. 

RICHARD, HARRY PAUL; Granby; Civil Engineering; Hol- 
yoke Community College; Intramurals; Concert Band; 
ASCE. 

RICHARDS, F. PAUL; Wakefield; Zoology; Newman Club; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Exec. Council; Dorm Council; Intra- 
murals. 




RICHARDS, JOHN CHARLES; West Springfield; Covern- 
ment: Alplia Phi Omega; Arnold Air Society, Project 
Officer; Exec. Coun.; Senate Comm. on Service; Ski Club. 

RICHARDSON, EARLE CLIFTON; Greenfield; Civil Engi- 
neering; Scabbard and Blade; American Society of Civil 
Engineers; Intramurals; Dean's List. 

RICHARDSON, PATRICIA JAYNE; Westfield; Art; Caze- 
novia College; Dorm Counselor; Naiads; Intramurals. 

RICHARDSON, PAUL MICHAEL; Dorchester; Genera/ Bus- 
iness; Student Senate; Sport Parachute Club; Phi Mu Delta; 
Scuba Club; T.V. Club. 




RICKLAS, HOWARD A.; Springfield; History. 

RIGAZIO, MARIO ANTHONY, Jr.; Sagamore; Accounting: 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treas.; Accounting Assoc; Intramurals. 

RIMMER, PHYLLIS ELLEN; Ridgewood, N.).; English; Pi 
Beta Phi; Dean's List; Scrolls; Standards Comm., Chrm.; 
Exec. Council. 

RINGOEN, ALAN ANDREW; Worcester; Psychology; North- 
ampton State Volunteers; Collegiate Flying Club. 



RISCH, DIANNE PHYLLIS; Pittsfield; English; Yahoo; Dean's 
List. 

RISPLER, STUART ROY; Pittsfield; Accounting; Business 
Manager, Spectrum; Alpha Epsilon Pi. 

RITTER, SANDRA JOANNE; New Hartford, N.Y.; Child De- 
velopment; Chi Omega; Winter Carni; Index; National 
Assoc, for Education of Young Children. 

RITZI, EARL MICHAEL; Northboro; Zoology; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Honors Colloquium; Pre Med Club; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Wood's Hole Scholar. 





RIVET, DIANE M.; Linwood; Medical Technology; Newman 
Club; Lambda Delta Phi; Panhel Coun.; Collegian; Dean's 
List. 

RIZZO, MARIA E.; Miami Shores, Florida; Psychology; Psy- 
chology Club; Northampton State Volunteers; Dean's List. 

ROBERTS, LAWRENCE REEDER; Acton; Chemistry. 

ROBERTS, MARIE RUTH; Natick; English; University Cho- 
rus; University Concert Assoc, Mgr.; Dorm Manager; 
Dorm Constitutional Comm.; Dorm Counselor. 



ROBICHAUD, ANNETTE MARIE; Gardner; Recreation; 
Newman Club; Women's Swim Team; Recreation Club; 
Dean's List. 

ROBLESKI, PAULA' MAE; Saugus; History; Belchertown 
Volunteers; Phi Kappa Phi; Northampton Volunteers; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Honors Colloquia. 

ROCHI, VIRGINIA GAIL; Rochelle Park, N.J.; Home Eco- 
nomics; Pi Beta Phi, Stewardess, Censor; Home Ec. Club. 

RODGERS, ROBERT McCANN; Chicopee Falls; History; 
Pres. Dorm Judiciary; Dorm Council; Dean's List; Scabbard 
and Blade; Intramurals. 









RODWELL, ;OHN DENNIS; Tewksburv; Pre-Dent.: Dorm 
Social Chrm.; Newman Club; Dorm Counselor. 

ROGERS, WALTER EDMUND; Bourne; landscape Archi- 
tecture; TKE; Alpha Zeta; Landscape Architecture Club, 
V.P.; Intramurals; Freshman Football. 

ROL.^ND, J.ANE E.; Boston; Anthropology; Young Inde- 
pendents; Students for Political Action; Collegian. 

ROLLASON, RUTH S.; Middletoun, Conn.; Home Econom- 





ROMANO, ANGELA; Maiden; £/emen(ary Education; Edu- 
cation Club; Dean's List. 

ROONEY, MARYELLEN KATHLEEN; Ludlow; Speech Pa- 
thology; Newman Club, Organist, Treas.; Lambda Delta Phi, 
Standards, Song Chrm.; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List; 
Senior Honors. 

ROOT, CAROLYN ANN; Westfield; Animal Science; Eques- 
trian Club; Dean's List; Animal Science Club. 

ROSE, ANDREA RUTH; Framingham; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Sigma Delta Tau; Dean's List; Educ. Club; Hillel; 
Senior Week Comm. 



ROSE, DORENE LOUISE; Cohasset; Zoology: Dean's List; 
Pre-Medical Society; Phi Kappa Phi. 

ROSEN, FRANCES E.; Worcester; Elementary Education; 
Dorm Counselor; Dorm Pres.; Educ. Club; Winter Carni 
Publicity Comm.; Soc. Club, Sec. 

ROSENBURG, GERALD SAFFRON; Newton; Accounting; 
Marching Band; Accounting Assoc; Intramurals. 

ROSENBERG, IRMA S.; Brookline; Medical Technology; 
Med Tech Club; Dorm Standards Comm. 





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ROSENBERG, MARJORIE DEE; Brookline; Medical Tech- 
nology; Dean's List; Med Tech Club; Dorm Council. 

ROSENFELD, CAROLYN PATRICIA; Westbury, L.I., N.Y.; 
Home Economics; Gamma Sigma Sigma; Home Ec. 
Club; Hillel. 

ROSSBOROUGH, CYNTHIA ALDEN; Wayland; History; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Scrolls. 

ROSSOW, RICHARD ALAN; Longmeadow; Chemical Engi- 
neering; A.I.Ch.E. 



ROTH, JOY R.; Oceanside, N.Y.; English; Class Sec; Exec. 
Council, Publicity Chrm.; Sigma Delta Tau, Rec Sec; Pan- 
hel; Dean's List. 

ROBOUND, ANTHONY LEE; Norwell; Sociology; Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Asst. Soc Chrm.; Varsity Swimming; Exec. 
Council; I.F.C. 

ROULIND, MARY ALICE; Springfield, Mathematics; Dorm 
Counselor; Newman Club; Educ. Club. 

ROUPENIAN, ARMEN LEON; Brockton; Pre-Med; Pre- 
Medical Society, Pres,, V.P.; Pre-Medical Journal; Dorm 
Counselor; Chrm, Undergraduate Medical Experience Pro- 
gram; Senior Honors Research. 




ROWLEY, DORIS JEANETTE; Athol; English; Education 
Club; Dean's List. 

ROY, MARY DONNA; Springfield; Elementary Education- 
Newman Club; Educ. Club; Index. 

ROYAL, FREDERICK DAVID; Pittsfield; History; Pre-Law 
Club; Dean's List. 

ROZZI, LOUISE MARIA; Providence, R.I.; Physical Educa- 
tion; Rhode Island College; W.A.A., Pres.; Dean's List; 
Honors Program; Kappa Delta Pi. 



RUBBINS, SANDRA N.; Springfield; English; University Or- 
chestra; Naiads; Hillel. 

RUBENSTEIN, HAROLD C; Milford; Marketing; Worces- 
ter Junior College; Dorm Co-Ordinator; Men's Judiciary; 
Marketing Club, Treas. 

RUCKMAN, JOSEPH D.; Northampton; History; Student 
Senate; N.R.S.A.; Distinguished Visitors Program. 

RUCKSTUHL, SUSAN IRENE; Agawam; Home fco- 
nomics; Alpha Chi Omega, Chaplain, Pres.; Omicron Nu; 
Dean's List; Home Economics Club; Collegian. 





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RUDER, ARLEEN SUSAN; Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y.; Early 
Childhood Education; Dean's List. 

RUDSTEN, SHERRY MARLENE; Beverly; Education; Scrolls; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Tau, Song Chrm.; Univer- 
sity Orchestra; Dean's List. 

RUPPERT, JUDITH A.; Holyoke; French. 

RUSH, GERALD A.; Boston; Economics; TKE; Intramurals; 
Economics Assoc. 



RUSSELL, CATHERINE FRANCIS; Marblehead; Sociology; 
Dorm Social Coordinator; Dean's List; Northampton State 
Volunteers. 

RUSSELL, GAIL ELLEN; Brockton; Nursing; Newman 
Club; Nursing Club; Dorm Counselor. 

RUSSO, PAULA ANN; Quincy; Accounting; Sigma Kappa, 
Pres., Rush Chrm.; Scrolls; Accounting Assoc; Arts Comm., 
Treas. Exec. Council; Dean's List. 

RUWET, MARIE HELENE; Torrington, Conn.; Home Eco- 
nomics; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Panhel Council; Women's 
Gymnastic Team; Home Economics Club, Treas., V.P.; 
Dorm Counselor. 



RYAN, EDMOND JOHN; Worcester; Pre-Med; Frosh 
Swimming Team; Dorm V.P.; Varsity Tennis Team; Pre-Med 
Club; Chemistry Club. 

RYAN, MARY SHEILA; Mattapan; Sociology; Chi Omega; 
Exec. Council; SWAP, Sec; Homecoming, Sec; Who's 
Who. 

RYNN, MAUREEN FRANCES; Waltham; History; Massachu- 
setts Bay Community College; Women's Affairs Comm.; 
Dorm Chrm.; Area Selection Board For Counselors. 

RZESZUTEK, JEANNE M.; Chicopee; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Sigma Kappa, Recommendations Chrm.; Dean's List; 
Arts and Music Comm.; Educ. Club; Newman Club. 





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SAART, JAMES DAVID; Natick; Public Health; ARCON, 
Chrm.; Phi Mu Delta. 

SABLAK, SANDRA JEAN; Warren; French; Newman Club; 
Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

SACHS, JEANETTE; Worcester; English; Hillel, Sec. 

SACKETT, RAYMOND A.; Melrose; Electrical Engineering. 



SACKMARV, RECINA JOYCE; Amherst; English; Chorale; 
Critique. 

SADOWSKI, RICHARD HENRY; Westfield; Pre-Dentistry; 
Editor-in-Chief Index. Photo Editor; Phi Beta Kappa; Adel- 
phia; Phi Kappa Phi; V\'ho's Who. 

SAGER, JOYCE GARLICK; Northampton; Spanish; Span- 
ish Club; Dorm Judiciary Comm.; Faculty Fellow Corridor 
Rep. 

SAGCESE, ALFRED E.Jr.; Winthrop; Speech; Revelers; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Basketball; Intramurals; Collegian. 



SAITTO, PAMELA ANN; Agawam; Elementary Education; 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Education Club; Newman Club; 
Dean's List. 

SALHUS, MARCELLA DENISE; Rye, N.Y.; English; New- 
man Club; Educ. Club; Naiads; Dorm Constitutional 
Comm. 

SALINETTI, WILLIAM BERNARD; Lee; General Business 
and Finance: Dean's List; Newman Club. 

SALO, ROBERT LEONARD; Westminster; Hotel Manage- 
ment; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Maroon Keys; Sportscar Club; 
Innkeepers. 





SALOMON, DIANE MYRA; Brockton; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Collegian; Educ. Club; Homecoming Comm.; 
Hillel. 

SALTUS, EDGAR RICHARD; Westfield; Government; 
Beta Kappa Phi, Sec; Exec. Comm.; Winter Carni Comm.; 
Homecoming Exec. Chrm.; Presidents Council. 

SALVATORE, CLAUDIA; Trenton, N.J.; Sociology; Chi 
Omega; Index. 

SAMOUR, CAROL ANNE; Concord; Psychology; Belcher- 
town Volunteers; Roister Doisters; University Theatre. 



SAMPSON, BONOLYN LEE; Maiden; Microbiology; Chi 
Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi. 

SANBORN, JOHN WORTHEN; Bridgewater; Mechanical 
Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A.S.M.E.; A. I. A. A.; S.A.E.; In- 
tramurals. 

SANDERSON, LESLI ELIZABETH; Brockton; English; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Activities Chrm.; Cheerleader; 
Dean's List; Dorm Social Comm. 

SANDHAUS, JOHN L.; Quincy; Physical Education; In- 
dex, Sports Editor, Associate Editor; Collegian; S.W.A.P.; 
Dean's List. 




SANDONATO, LINDA MARIA; Quincy; Geology; Var- 
sity LaCrosse; Dorm Social Comm.; Newman Club. 

SANDSTROM, MARILYN L.; Groton; Public Relations 
Management; Flying Club. 

SANFORD, LEE MERRITT; Georgetown; Animal Science; 
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; Animal Science Club; 
Dean's List. 

SANTERRE, KIM ROLAND; Townsend; Psychology; Gym- 
nastics Team; Phi Eta Sigma; Intramurals; Dean's List. 





SANTUCCI, ROBERT JOHN; Newton; Hotel and Restau- 
rant Management; Kappa Sigma, Pres.; Varsity Football; 
I.F.C. Judiciary; Varsity Club. 

SARAT, JOYCE MAE; Agawam; Elementary Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Registrar, Recommendations Chrm.; 
N.E.S.; Newman Club; Dean's List. 

SARGENT, PHILLIPS HILL, Jr.; West Boylston; Psychol- 
ogy; LaCrosse; Zeta Nu. 

SARTY, HOWARD L., Jr.; Sturbridge; Psychology. 



SAWYER, ROBERT JAMES; Danvers; Speech; WMUA, Of- 
ficer, Announcer. 

SAYRE, MARY ELEANOR; Leonia, N.J.; Sociology; Stu- 
dents for Ecumenical Action, Pres.; Wesley Foundation, 
Pres.; Womens Athletic Assoc; Amherst Tutorial; Dean's 
List. 

SCANNELL, JANE ELLEN; Arlington; Physical Education; 
Massachusetts Bay Community College; Judo Club. 

SCHAFFNER, DONNA M.; Lynn, English. 



SCHILLER, DAVID O.; Methuen; forestry; Forestry Club, 
V.P.; Woodsmen Weekend Team. 

SCHMALZ, MARY LOUISE; Sudbury; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Lambda Delta Phi. 

SCHMIDT, DIANE G.; Baldwin, N.Y.; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Newman Club; N.E.S.; Nursing Club. 

SCHMIDT, DOUGLAS LOU; Holyoke; Pre-Med; Scuba 
Club; Phi Eta Sigma, Pres.; Alpha Sigma Phi; Lutheran Club, 
Pres. 





SCHMIDT, KAREN LEE; Yokohama, Japan; Human Evelop- 
ment; Scrolls; Revelers; Kappa Alpha Theta; Panhel Coun- 
cil, V.P., Publicity Chrm.; Exec. Council. 

SCHMIDT, LEONARD EVERETT; Springfield; Sociology; 
Air Force ROTC; Alpha Phi Omega; Chief Justice, Dorm 
Judiciary; Dorm Government. 

SCHMOYER, MARIANNE LOUISE; Pittsfield; Elementary 
Education; Who's Who; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Scrolls; 
Dean's List; Index, Greek Editor. 

SCHMUCK, NANCY LOVETT; Hampden; Nursing; Class 
Exec. Council; Naiads; Pi Beta Phi; Nursing Club; Alumni 
Association Comm. Chrm. 




SCHNEIDER, ARNOLD MARC; Newton; Government; 
Newton Junior College; Dean's List; Dorm Council; Dorm 
Judiciary; Intramurals. 

SCHONBECK, GARY CARL; Auburn; Woocf Tec/ino/ogy; 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Forestry Club; Forest 
Products Research Society; Woodsmen Team. 

SCMWEIGER, MYRA ELAINE; Paramus, N.J.; Elementary 
Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Educ. Club; Col- 
legian. 

SCOGLAND, RICHARD EUGENE; Sudbury; Civil Engi- 
neering; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; I.F.C.;Amerlcan 
Society of Civil Engineers; Freshman Soccer. 



SCOTT, ELIZABETH ANN; Willimansett; Fashion Merchan- 
dising; Belchertown Volunteers; Northampton Volun- 
teers; .Angel Flight; Home Economics Club; Dean's List. 

SCOTT, JAMES LEONARD; So. Hadley; Mechanical En- 
gineering; Crew Team; Arnold Air Society. 

SCOZZARI, ANGELA C; Arlington; Elementary Education; 
Education Club; Dean's List. 

SCULL, BARBARA JEAN; Wynnewood, Pa.; Sociology; 
Dean's List; N.E.S.; Religious Discussion Group; Sociol- 
ogy Club. 





SEARS, STEPHEN ALLEN; North Adams; English; Berk- 
shire Community College; Dean's List; Honoors Program; 
Southwest Honor's Symposium; Freshman Remedial 
English Program. 

SEELY, WILLIAM; Pittsfield; Accounting; Berkshire Com- 
munity College. 

SEGAL, MICHAEL BRUCE; Chelsea; Government; Pre- 
Law Assoc, Treas.; Exec. Council; Dorm President; Chrm. 
of Dorm Council; Dorm Judiciary. 

SEIFER, LINDA GAY; White Plains, N.Y.; Government; 
Dean's List; Exec. Council; Standards Council; Senate 
Academic Affairs Comm.; Winter Carni Comm. 



SENA, CHRISTINE GABRIELLE; Medford; Landscape Ar- 
chitecture; Dean's List; Landscape Architecture Club; New- 
man Club; Ski Club; American Society of Landscape Ar- 
chitects. 

SEVERY, ARABELLA McCLINTON; Dorchester; Zoology; 
Student Religious Liberals. 

SHANE, ROBERTA; Bass River; Sociology; Cape Cod 
Community College; Hillel; Sociology Club. 

SHARAC, JO ANNE SUSAN; Holyoke; Psychology; 
Honors Colloquia; Alpha Lambda Delta; A. I. A. A.; Inter- 
national Club. 



SHATTUCK, WILLIAM ARTHUR; Pepperell; Government; 
Nonheastern Univ.; Pre-Law Assoc; Young Republicans; 
Student Senate Services Comm. 

SHAUCHNESSY, JULIANNE; Wilbraham; Zoology; Dorm 
Social Chairman; Newman Choir; Newman Club; Dorm 
Counselor. 

SHAW, LINCOLN C., Jr.; Auburn; Zoology; Wrestling; 
Arcon; Exec. Council; Golf; Lambda Chi Alpha, Rush 
Chrm., Social Chrm. 

SHAW, PAMELA )OY; Newton; Fashion Merchandising; 
Home Ec Club, Pres., V.P.; Dean's Council; Dean's List. 




SHAW, SHERRY LYNNE; North Quincy; History; Sigma 
Kappa, Corr. Sec; Angel Flight; Exec. Council; Winter 
Carni Comm.; Dean's List. 

SHEAR, JUDITH ANN; Brookline; Sociology; Dorm 
Counselor; Northampton Volunteers; Dean's List; N.E.S. 

SHEEHAN, EILEEN MARY; Arlington; Psychology; Lowell 
State; Newman Club; Young Democrats. 

SHEELY, PATRICIA LYNN; Pittsfield; History; Equestrian 
Club; Women's Ski Team; History Club; W.A.A.; Ski 
Club. 




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SHEFFER, MARY LOUISE; Fairview; Nutrition and Dietetics; 
Texas Woman's Univ.; Newman Club; Dorm Counselor; 
Home Ec. Club, Exec. Board; Stouffer Scholarship Award; 
Dean's List. 

SHELDON, CAROL ANNE; West Brookfield; Child De- 
velopment; Sigma Sigma Sigma, House Manager; Mer- 
rill-Palmer Institute. 

SHEPARD, RONALD B.; Williamstown; Accounting; Base- 
ball; Accounting Assoc; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dorm Judi- 
ciary, Chief justice. 

SHERMAN, IDA LEAH; Lynchburg, Virginia; Mathematics; 
Miami University; Alpha Chi Omega, 1st V.P.; Symphony 
Band; Symphony Orchestra. 



SHERMAN, JEFFRY BRUCE; Worcester; /\ccount/r7g; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian, Sec; Class Exec. Coun.; 
Winter Carni Comm.; Accounting Assoc; Pre-Law Assoc 

SHERMAN, JOHN FLEMING, Jr.; So. Yarmouth; fconom- 
ics; Cape Cod Community College; Phi Mu Delta; Eco- 
nomics Club. 

SHERMAN, KENNETH BRUCE; Brookline; Anthropo/ogy; 
Collegiate Flying Club, V.P.; WMUA, New Director; Or- 
chestra; Zoology Club; Outing Club. 

SHERMAN, LINDA GAIL; Newton; Speech; lota Gamma 
Upsilon, Activities Chrm., Social Chrm.; Jr. Panhel 
Rep. 



SHERVOCK, ARLENE GAIL; Springfield; £;emer7tary Edu- 
cation; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dean's List; 
Educ Club; Whist Club. 

SHIELDS, NANCYELLEN; Pittsfield; History; Lambda Delta 
Phi, Treas., Cultural hrm.; Newman Club; Educ. Club. 

SHINE, RICHARD AUGUSTINE; Lawrence; English; Nor- 
thern Essex Community College; Dean's List; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Broken Egg Coffeehouse, Manager. 

SHIPPEE, LINDSAY ALLEN; Westwood; History; Dean's 
List; Honors Colloquia. 





SHULDA, KAREN ANN; Shelburne Falls; English; Sigma 
Kappa; Exec. Council; Women's Affairs Comm. 

SHUMAN, LINDA BETH; Chestnut Hill; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Sigma Delta Tau; Educ Club; Hillel. 

SIBLEY, FREDERIC FRANCIS; West Medway; Landscape 
Architecture; Land. Arch. Club; Senior Honors Program. 

SILVA, JUDITH ANN; Rockport; Education; Newman 
Club; Education Club; Dean's List. 



SILVERMAN, JANET HARRIET; Maiden; Speech Pathol- 
'gy; Cultural Enrichment Comm.; Dorm Officer; Concert 
-.isoc. Sec; Dean's List. 

SIMCOX, HENRY JOSEPH; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Chemistry; 
Dean's List. 

SIMKINS, BRUCE F.; West Springfield; History; Beta 
Kappa Phi, Activities Coordinator; Dean's List; Ski Club. 

SIMONDS, NANCY ELLEN; Allston; American History; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Recording Sec; Dorm Social 
Chrm.; Dean's List; Index 




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SIMPSON. BRUCE GORDON; Athol; Chemical Engi- 
neering; MChE; Arnold Air Society, Comptroller; Dorm 
V.P.; Dorm Counselor. 

SIMPSON, THOMAS D.; So. Hadley; Electrical Engi- 
neering; Delta Chi; Engineering journal. Bus. Manager; 

I.E.E.E. 

SINCLAIR, KENNETH PAUL; Springfield; Accounting; 
Dean's List; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Accounting Assoc. 

SIRULNIK, LYDIA DEE; Longmeadow; Human Develop- 
ment; Bay Path Junior College; Glee Club. 





SISSON, EDWIN v.; Sandwich; Civil Engineering. 

SISWICK, DUDLEY THOMAS; Westfield; English. 

SITEK, BARRY FRANCIS; Springfield; Government; 
Floor Rep.; Dorm Council; Intramurals; Athletic Chrm.; 
Pre Law Club. 

SjOQUIST, ELAINE FAITH; Needham; English; Christian 
Science Organization, Pres., V.P., Sec; Naiads; Ski Club; 
N.E.S. 



SKERRITT, JOAN ELAINE; Chicopee; Physical Education; 
Equestrian Club; Newman Club; WAA Volleyball, Man- 
ager; V\'AA Basketball; Varsity Softball. 

SKINNER, SHARI M.; Cambridge; Zoology; Gymnastics 
Team. 

SLACK, JANYCE ELAINE (DEMONE); Quincy; Elementary 
Education; Pi Beta Phi; Education Club; Chorale; Judo 
Club; Colonel's Cadre. 

SLACK, PETER TRACY; Southbridge; Civil Engineering; 
A.S.C.E. 





SLOAN, LAUREL SUSAN; Weymouth; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Chorus; Campus Crusade for Christ; Educ. Club. 

SLOCUM, MARJORIE E.; Bernardston; Physical Educa- 
tion. 

SMEAD, GREGORY HOBART; Greenfield; Civil Engi- 
neering; ASCE; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

SMITH, EDITH GREETHAM; Lexington; History; Dean's 
List; Alpha Lambda Delta; Wesleyaires; Honors Col- 
loquium. 




SMITH, ERNEST JOHN, Westford; Physical Education; 
Football; Baseball; Wrestling; Kappa Sigma; IPC Rep. 

SMITH, EUGENE THOMAS, III; Weymouth; History; Al- 
pha Sigma Phi; Wrestling. 

SMITH, JOHN RICHARDSON; Chicopee; /\ccount/ng; 
Accounting Assoc; Dean's List. 

SMITH, KATHLEEN K.; Glen Ridge, N.J.; English; Scrolls, 
Pres.; Kappa Alpha Theta, Treas.; Dorm Social Chairman; 
Exec. Council; SWAP. 




SMITH, KENNETH R.,Jr.; Haverhill; Marketing; Beta Kappa 
Phi, Athletic Chrm., Social Chrm.; Ski Club; Varsity In- 
door Track; I.F.C. Rep.; Marketing Club. 

SMITH, MARGARET WILTRUDE; White Plains, N.Y.; 

History; Dorm Cultural Chrm.; Southwest Academic 

Comm.; Honors Colloquia; Senior Honors; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

SMITH, MARILYN ROCHELLE; Worcester; German; Hillel; 
N.E.S.; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List; Dorm Standards 
Comm. 

SMITH, MARTIN ALLARD; West Springfield; General Bus- 
iness and Finance; Beta Kappa Phi; Varsity Soccer; Hook- 
ers Club. 



SMITH, MARY MARGARET; Franklin; Education; Newman 
Club; Educ.Club. 

SMITH, RITA RENEE; Marion; Accounting; Accounting 
Assoc. 

SMITH, ROGER JEFFREY; Worcester; Geology; Geology 
Club; Flying Club, Safety Officer; Intramurals; Dorm 
House Council; Dorm Cultural Comm. 

SMITH, SANDRA; Amherst; English; Brigham Young 
Univ. 





SMITH, SONJA MARY; Chelmsford; English; Dorm So- 
cial Comm.; Newman Club; Dorm Constitutional Comm. 

SMOOT, JOYCE ANN; Medford; Education; Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma; Math Club; Newman Club; National Educ. 
Service Volunteer; Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

SNELL, ANDREA GAIL; Pittsfield; Recreation; Naiads, Pub., 
President; ASSCW, Pres.; C.S.S.; Newman Club; Dorm 
Social Chrm. 

SNOW, WILLIAM CHARLES; Westfield; Animal Science; 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Dairy Judging Team; 
Animal Science Club; Dorm Sports. 



SNYDER, ELLAYNE ELIAS; Methuen; Medical Technology; 
Equestrian Club; Alpha Delta Theta, Organizing Comm.; 
Orthodox Club; Standards Comm.; Ski Team. 

SNYDER, SUZANNE CAROL; Athol; French; Band, Props 
Crew. 

SNYDER, THEO FRANCES; Longmeadow; £/ementary Edu- 
cation; Dean's List; Education Club, Pres.; Hillel. 

SOFFAN, JAMES J.; Springfield; Psychology. 




;OHL, CHARLES WILLIAM; Lenox; Electrical Engineer- 
ng; Berkshire Communis College; I.E.E.E. 

SOLOMON, EDWARD LEE; Natick; Recreation; Track; 
Dorm Pres.; Student Senate; Dorm Counselor; Discipline 
Board. 

SOLOMON, JUNE ELLEN; Springfield; English. 

SOUTHARD, ROBERT YOUNG; Easthampton; Piychol- 
ogy: Marching Band: Svmphonv Band; Alpha Sigma Phi. 





SOUWEINE, LEON EDMUND; Centerville; Psychology; 
Marching Band; Symphony Band; Operetta Guild. 

SPARTOS, ANTHONY GEORGE; Somerville; Pre-Med; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Pre-Med Club; Orthodox Club; A.U.K. 

SPATOLA, GLENN JOSEPH MARK; Methuen; Speech 
and Hearing Therapy; WMUA, Chief Announcer, Pro- 
gram Director; Dean's List; Dorm House Council, Sec. 

SPEARS, PETER FIN FINLAY; Wellesley; Genera/ Business 
and Economics; Theta Chi, V.P., Treas.; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Arcon. 



SPECHLER, MICHELLE GAIL; Asbury Park, N.J.; Fine Art; 
Dean's List; Naiads; Northampton Volunteers; Gymnas- 
tics Club. 



SPELKO, JOHN THOMAS; Palmer; Forestry; 
Hockey; Forestry Club. 



Varsity 



SPELLMAN, JAMES MICHAEL; Randloph; Government- 
Mass. Bay Community College; Dorm Pres., V.P.; Ath- 
letic Chrm. 

SPENCER, AVERY HOLMES; Becket; Art; Berkshire Com- 
munity College; Bologna Summer Program; Exchange 
Student; International Club; Anthropology; Dean's List. 





SPERANZO, NICHOLAS STEPHAN; Pittsfield; Manage- 
ment. 



SPICE, ROBERT ELTON; Haddonfield, N.. 
Math Club. 



Mathematics; 



SPURLING, DENNIS MICHAEL; Haverhill; Marketing; 
Northern Essex Community College; Tau Epsilon Phi; 
Marketing Club; Dean's List; Intramurais. 

STANELIS, RAYMOND; Worcester; Accounting. 




STARR, NANCY ELLEN; Canton; Elementary Education; 
Dean's List; Dorm Cultural Comm.; Education Club; So- 
ciology Club; Hills North Mascot. 

STARZAK, CAROL J.; Attleboro; Elementary Education; 
Newman Club; Educ. Club; Ski Club; Home Economics 
Club. 

STEEL, STEPHEN HALES; Rowayton, Conn.; Chemistry; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Sec; Dean's List. 

STEELE, M. SUSAN; Reading; Education; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Dean's List. 




STEFANIK, KATHERINE BARBARA; Webster; English; lota 
Gamma Upsilon, Soc. Chrm,; Exec. Council; Revelers; 
Winter Carni Comm. 

STEFANIK, STEPHEN ARTHUR; Holyoke; Mathematics; 
Adelphia; Newman Club, Pres.; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Who's Who. 

STEFIN, LINDA GAIL; Lawrence; Elementary Education; 
Education Club; N.E.S.; Dean's List; Hillel; Index. 

STERLING, KENNETH A.; PIttsfjeld; Forestry; Forestry 
Club; Alpha Zeta; Dorm Social Chrm. 



STERN, MARC MITCHELL; Wantagh, L.I., N.Y.; Marketing; 
Hillel; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Marketing Club; Intramurals. 

STEVENS, BARBARA DELMOLINO; Adams; Sociology; 
Sociology Club. 

STEVENS, DONNA MARIE; Natick; French; French Corri- 
dor; Newman Club; Dorm Counselor. 

STEVENS, KENT GARDNER; Plymouth; Physical Educa- 
tion; Footbal; Intramurals; Kappa Sigma. 








STEWART, SARAH SETTLE; Burlington; Art; Dean's List; 
Square Dance Club. 

STIBOLT, NANCY KIRSTEN; Wilbraham; Elementary Edu- 
cation; Green Mountain College; Angel Flight; Ski Club. 

STILES, LAUREN HELEN; Plymouth; Spanish; Spanish 
Club; Dorm Standards Committee, Chrm.; Dean's List; 
Senior Honors; Phi Kappa Phi. 

ST. LAURENT, PAUL lOSEPH; Methuen; Agriculture and 
Food Economics; Dorm Treasurer; Dorm Rep. 



STONE, GWENDOLYN IRENE; Oxford; £/emen(ary Edu- 
cation; Educ. Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean's 
List. 

STONE, HARVEY; Hull; Electrical Engineering; Flying 
Redmen; Collegian; WMUA. 

STORY, RICHARD W.; Essex; Philosophy; WMUA; Roister 
Doisters; Astronomy Club, V.P.; Young Independents; 
Students for Political Action. 

STRATTNER, GREGORY PETER; Pittsfield; English; Dorm 
Chief Justice; Editor-in-Chief, hlobbitt; College Activi- 
ties Comm.; Dorm Ping-Pong Champion; Editorial Staff, 
Co//eg/an. 




STRAUSS, NEIL MARTIN; Swampscott; English; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Spectrum. 

STYS, NATALIE ELIZABETH; Fall River; Elementeary Edu- 
cation; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. 

SULLINGER, HELEN; Hillsdale, N.|.; Nursing. 

SULLIVAN, BARBARA JANE; Wellesley; Government; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Sec; Newman Club; Exec. Council- 
Scrolls. 





SULLIVAN, HERBERT ALFRED; Springfield; English; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Rush Chrm.; Intramurals; Winter Carni Comm.; 
Homecoming Comm. 

SULLIVAN, JAMES FRANCIS; Worcester; History. 

SULLIVAN, KAREN MARIE; Lynnfield; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Chrm.; Exec. 
Council; Newman Club. 

SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN MAURA; Danvers; Sociology. 



SUNDQUIST, NANCY JEAN; Walpole; Nutrition and Food; 
Northampton Volunteer; Home Economics Club; Luther 
Club; Oean's List. 

SUSCO. DIANE ELIZABETH; Northampton; Psychology; 
Lambda Delta Phi; Newman Club; Equestrian Club; Dean's 
List; Index. 

SUSSMAN, STEVEN ALAN; Newton Centre; Covern- 
ment: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pre-Law Assoc; University Theatre. 

SUTHERLAND, DOUGLAS FRANCIS; Easthampton; Slavic 
Languages; Syracuse University; Russian Club. 




SWAIN, LESLIE ELIZABETH; Brockton; Psychology; N.E.S.; 
Education Club; Vahoo; Ski Club. 

SWANSON, PAUL ERLAND; North Easton; Production 
Management; Scuba Club; 4-College Flying Club; Dean's 
List. 

SWANSON, WALTER JOHN; Weymouth; American His- 
tory; Dorm V.P.; Phi Sigma Kappa, Social Chrm., V.P.; 
Winter Carni Comm.; A. I. I.E.; Business Administration 
Club. 

SWARTZ, NATHANIEL HERBERT; Newton Center; History; 
Arnold Air Society; Flying Redmen; Pershing Rifles; Ama- 
teur Radio Association. 




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SWEENEY, FRANK PATRICK; Salem; Geology; Newman 
Club; Intramurals. 

SWEET, GERALD ALAN; Sharon; Psychology; Sigma Al- 
pha Mu, Rush Chrm.; I.F.C.; Dorm Counselor; Intramurals; 
Belchertown Volunteers. 

SWENSON, E. KENT; Amherst; English; Cape Cod Com- 
munity College; Dean's List. 

SWENSON, PAULA DAVIS; Amherst; journalism; Literary 
Society; Sociology Club; Collegian; Dorm Cultural Chrm. 



SWIERZBIN, LYNNE JOYCE; Webster; English; Dean's List; 
University Theatre; Educ. Club; N.E.S.; Dorm Exec. Coun. 

SWIFT, TERRY LEE; Pocasset; English; Dorm Film Comm.; 
Webster College Activities Comm.; Collegian. 

SWISTAK, ANTHONY JOHN; Cheshire; Accounting; Berk- 
shire Community College; Accounting Assoc. 

SWITHENBANK, BRENDA JEAN; North Andover; History; 
Pi Beta Phi; Scrolls; Ski Team; Dean's List; Phi Beta Kappa. 




SWORDS, SHIRLEY CLAIRE; Holyoke; Government; Cor- 
nell Univ.; Dean's List. 

SYLVA, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, Jr.; Plymouth; Philosophy; 
Outing Club. 

TABBOR, JOAN H.; Chicopee Falls; English; Our Lady of 
the Elms College; Art Club, Sec; Newman Club; Caesura, 
Art Editor; Dorm Standards Committee. 

TABLOSKI, THEODORE FRANCIS, Jr.; Lowell; Electrical 
Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean's List; In- 
tramurals Athletic Director; I.E.E.E. 





TACY, WILLIAM J.; Lenox; Genera/ Business; Atlantic Un- 
ion Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship; American Conser- 
vative Students Club; New Guard, Pres. 

TAILBY, MARY PRISCILLA; Wellesley; Government; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta; Newman Club. 

TALUCCI, VIRGINIA E.; Pompton Plains, N.J.; English; Uni- 
versity Chorale; Newman Club; Dean's List; Yahoo. 

TAMMARO, SANDRA JEAN; Reading; Education; New- 
man Club; Educ. Club; Pi Beta Phi, House Manager. 



TANTUM, SUSAN; Robbinsville, N.J.; Zoology; Chi Omega, 
Recommendation Chrm.; Exec. Council; Dean's List; New- 
man Club. 

TASSINARI, NANCY ANN; Sagamore; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Educ. Club; Newman Club; Index; Belchertown 
Volunteers; N.E.S. 

TAYLOR, JANET ANN; Westport; Mathematics; Dorm His- 
torian; Dean's List. 

TAYLOR, MARJORY R.; Swansea; Psychology; Lambda 
Delta Phi. 



TAYLOR, PAMELA ANN; Wildwood Crest, N.J.; Govern- 
ment; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treas.; Senior Honors; Cri- 
tique; Winter Carnival; Pre-Law Assoc. 

TAYLOR, SUSAN ELAINE; Great Neck, N.Y.; Physics; Sig- 
ma Sigma Sigma; Mortar Board, V.P.; Senior Honors; Pan- 
hel Council; Dean's List. 

TAYMORE, MAXINE; Maiden; English; Gamma Sigma Sig- 
ma; Equestrian Club; Hillel. 

TEACHER, ANDREA; Farmingham; Spanish. 





TEITTINEN, ERIC PAUL; East Templeton; Civil Engineering; 
ASME; ASCE; Ski Club; Intramurals. 

TEIXEIRA, RICHARD LIONEL; Fall River; Pre-Medical; Al- 
pha Phi Omega; Newman Club; Pre-Med Club. 

TEMPLETON, JOHN JOSEPH; Hull; English; Mass. Bay Com- 
munity College. 

TENNANT, WILLIAM; Pre-Dent; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Ma- 
roon Keys; Revelers. 




TEPEROW, CAROLE A.; West Roxbury; English; Exec. 
Council. Womens Affairs Committee; SWAP; Hillel. 

THEALL, PAULINE JOYCE; Abington; French; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma; French Corridor. 

THOMALA, MARILYN ARLINE; Franklin Square, N.Y. His- 
tory; House Council; Exec. Council. 

THOMAS, JOHN ARTHUR; Fitchburg; Marketing; Dorm 
Athletic Chairman; Dorm Council; Intramurals; Section 
Rep. 



THOMPSON, BRADLEY JOHN; Greenfield; Electrical En- 
gineering; Northeastern University; Engineering journal. 
Exec. Editor. Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. 

THOMPSON, JAMES PATRICK; Great Barrington; Ac- 
counting: Collegian: WMUA; Accounting Assoc, Pres.; 
Dean's List. 

THOMPSON, JAY KINSMAN; Auburndale; English; Lite- 
rary' Magazine; Dean's List. 

THOMSON, BRIAN EDWIN; Springfield; Mechanical En- 
gineering; Intramurals; ASME; A.I.A.A. 





THOMSON, JAMES WILLIAM; Amherst; Agriculture & 
Food Activities; Wrestling; Sailing Club; Intramurals; Al- 
pha Zeta. 

THOMPSON, SHERRIE ANN; Roseland, N.J.; Nursing; 
Nursing Club; Dorm Social Comm.; Swim Team. 

THORNER, LAURENCE PHILIP; Marblehead; History; New- 
man Club; Intramurals. 

TIBBETTS, JOHN A.; Amherst; Civil Engineering; ASCE; 
Commuters Club, Pres. 




TIBERII, DAVID ARTHUR; Southbridge; Government; 
Student Senate; Exec. Council; Dorm Council; Phi Sigma 
Kappa; Pre-Law Assoc. 

TIBERII, JANICE REGINA; Southbridge; Mathematics; Sig- 
ma Kappa; Exec. Council; Arts & Music Comm.; Precis- 
ionettes; Dean's List. 

TIBERIO, RONALD S.; Natick; Mathematics; Dorm Cul- 
tural Activities Committee. 

TILDEN, DEBRA LYN; Milton; Elementary Education; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, V.P.; Mortar Board; Scrolls; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Exec. Council. 



TILLEY, WILLIAM STEPHEN; Bethesda, Maryland; Zool- 
ogy; Symphony Band; Orchestra; Ski Club. 

TOBIN, ROBERT IRWIN; Wellesley Hills; Marketing; Beta 
Kappa Phi; Maroon Keys, Pres.; Arcon; Exec. Council; 
Student Senate. 

TOMASI, CARL ANTHONY; Pittsfield; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Eta Kappa Nu, V.P.; Tau Beta Pi; I.E.E.E. 

TOMB, SUSAN M.; Framingham; Psychology; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 




TOMPKINS, ALVIN ARTHUR; Southbridge; Government; 
Mount Wachusett Community College; Chorale; Chamber 
Singers. 

TOOTHAKER, LOIS ANN; Winchendon; Nursing; Nursing 
Club; School Affairs Comm.; Dean's List. 

TOPULAS, SANDRA NICHOLAS; Chicopee; English; 
Lambda Delta Phi; Orthodox Club; Fresh Exec. Coun.; 
Soph Exec. Coun. 

TOWLE, CHRISTINE ANNE; Cohasset; Zoology; Exchange 
Student; Dean's List; Newman Club. 





TOWNSEND, WILLIAM GUY; Winchendon; Accounting; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Accounting Assoc. 

TRAINOR, DENNIS THOMAS; Spencer; Psychology; 
Bowling Team; Altar Boy; Dorm Council. 

TREMBLAY, DANIEL HENRY; Pittsfield; Wildlife Biology; 
Berkshire Community College; Dorm Rep.; LaCrosse; In- 
tramurals; Forestry Club. 

TRENTHAM, MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER; Brighton; Man- 
agement. 



TRESSLER, MICHAEL BARRETT; So. Braintree; Electrical 
Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; I.E.E.E. 

TRIVERS, PETER L.; Lowell; Marketing; Freshman Basket- 
ball; Dorm Rep.; Tau Epsilon Phi; Athletic Chrmn.; Home- 
coming Chrm. 

TROMBLEY, RONALD RAYMOND; Nashua, N.H.; Man- 
agement; Frosh Football; Newman Club; Dean's List. 

TROWBRIDGE, TRUDY ANNE; Walpole;, Elementary Edu- 
cation; Cape Cod Community College. 



TUBER, BEVERLY; Springfield; Sociology; Student Senator; 
Academic Affairs Comm.; N.E.S.; Sociology Club; Hillel. 

TUCKER, JOHN DOUGLAS; Marblehead; Wood Tech- 
nology; Marching Band; Concert Band; Symphony Band. 

TULLY, NANCY LARAINE; Weymouth; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Educ. Club. 

TUMMA, ETEL LILLIAN; Rockport; English Literature; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Honor Awards; Dean's List; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Education Club. 





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TURNER, MARY JEAN; Ashland; Elementary Education; 
Sigma Kappa, Philanthropy Chrm.; Education Club; Dorm 
Counselor; Newman Club; S.U. Arts & Music Comm. 

TURNER, NANCY LOIS; Wakefield; English; Chi Omega; 
Dean's List; Class Exec. Council; Panhel Declamation; Dorm 
Social Chrm. 

TWOMBLY, JANET K.; Beverly; Art. 

URBAN, JUDITH; Bethesda, Maryland; History; Bradford 
Jr. College; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



URBAN, LAURENCE EDWARD; Chelmsford; Psychology; 
Lowell Technological Institute; Intramurals. 

URIZAR, ANNE MARIE: Los Alamos, New Mexico; Art; Uni- 
versity of New Mexico; Exchange Student; Albuquerque 
Track Team; Newman Club. Publicity Chrm. 

UHLIC, DIANE EVELYN; Northampton; Zoology: Equestrian 
Club; Outing Club; Zoology Club. 

VACCARO, RONALD LOUIS; Revere; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Engineering Journal; Amateur Radio Assoc; Area II 
Judiciary; I.E.E.E. 




VAILLETTE, PAUL KEVIN; Leominster; AccounOng; Intra- 
murals; Dean's List; Dorm Counselor; Dorm Counsel. 

VAJCOVEC, NANCY JANE; Dudley; Mathematics; Ski Club, 
Treas.; Newman Club; Dorm Program Comm., Co-Chrm.; 
Math Club. 

VALKEVICH, EILEEN THERESA; Lynnfield; Sociology; Chi 
Omega; Exec. Council; Winter Carnival Comm.; Newman 
Club; Index. 

VANASSE, ROBERT DAVID; New Bedford; Civil Engineer- 
ing; Q.T.V., Pres.; A.S.C.E. 





VANCE, JAMES E.; No. Wilbraham; Mathematics; Rensse- 
laer and Western New England. 

VAN DE WATER, ROBERT HOLMES; Wilbraham; Govern- 
ment; Marist College. 

VANGEMERT, BARRY; Foxboro; fiotany; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Dorm Counselor; Senior Honor; Dean's List. 

VANJURA, GARY B.; Pittsfield; English; Berkshire Commun- 
ity College. 



VAROUTSOS, MARY ANN; Danvers; English; Orthodox 
Club; Dean's List; N.E.S. 

VENEKLASEN, SHARON LEE; North Syracuse, N.Y.; /Ac- 
counting; Accounting Assoc, Sec; Chairman Academic 
Committee; Dean's List. 

VIGEANT, GERALD W.; Housatonic; English; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Co//eg/an. 

VIRCA, PATRICIA HELEN; Clifton, N.J.; Music History; 
Senior Honors Project; Dean's List; University Chorale; 
University Chorus; Newman Club; Operetta Guild. 





VITELLO, CAROL ANN; Athol; Sociology; Sociology Club. 

VRIJENHOEK, ROBERT CHARLES; Dalton; Zoology; 
Dorm V.P., Pres.; Dean's List; S.W.A.P.; Intramurals. 

VYCE, ALEXANDER M.; Chicopee; Physical Education; 
Freshmen Basketball; Varsity Baseball; Dorm Sec, Treas.; 
Dorm Attletic Chrm. 

WADEN, DONALD NORMAN; Lynn; Zoology; Newman 
Club; Judo Club. 




WAGENBACH, JANE; Amherst; Sociology; Roanoke Col- 
lege. 

WAKEMAN, CYNTHIA LOUISE; Montclair, N.J.; Sociology; 
Ski Club, Sec; Dean's List. 

WALDMAN, JAY HOWARD; Newton; Marketing; Scab- 
bard & Blade; International Club. 

WALDMAN, MEAL MARK; Stoneham; Marketing; Hillel; 
Intramurals; Sigma Alpha Mu, Sec; Marketing Club; Exec. 
Council. 




WALKWITZ, DONALD EUGENE; So Hadley; Physical Educa- 
tion; Freshman Track; Varsity Track; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's 
List; Intramurals. 

WALLACE, BARBARA SUSANNE, Ashburnham; Sociology; 
Morehead State University; Collegian, Editorial Day Edi- 
tor; Index. 

WALSH, ROBERT WILLIAM; Wakefield; Business & Eco- 
nomics; Ski Club; Sociology Club; Outing Club; Young 
Republicans; Tennis. 

WALSH, WILLIAM JOHN; Wakefield; Accounting; Massa- 
chusetts Bay Community College; Dean's List; Intramurals; 
Accounting Assoc. 



WALTZMAN, DAVID JONAH; Mattapan; Psychology; 
Freshman Lacrosse; Sigma Alpha Mu, Pledge Master. 

WAMPLER, DAVID ALAN; Northampton; Government; 
Saint Anselm's College; Greenfield Community College; 
Pre-Law Assoc. 

WANIEWSKI, MICHAEL ALEXANDER; Somersville; 
Sociology; Holyoke Community College; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 
Sociology Club, V.P. 

WASSERMAN, SHARON MERYL; Framingham; English; 
Sigma Delta Tau, Pres.; Panhel Council, Sec; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Precisionettes; Student Senate, Student Govt. Affairs 
Comm., Elections Comm. 





WATERMAN, JOHN ROGER; East Longmeadow; Pre-Med; 
Arnold Air Society, Hight School Visitations Project Officer; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Varsity Track Team; Dorm Counselor; 
Pre-Med Club. 

WATERS, DAVID; Sterling; Wood Science & Technology; 
Northeastern Univ.; Forestry Club; Xi Sigma Pi. 

WATSON, JEAN E.; Tewksbury; Sociology; Dorm Social 
Comm.; Dorm Exec. Board; Dorm Counselor; N.E.S.; 
Dean's List. 

WATSON, PATRICIA; So. Deerfield; Journalism; Elmire 
College. 



WATSON RICHARD THOMAS; Westfield; Economics; 
Pre-Law Assoc; Young Republicans. 

WEAGLE, DONALD STANLEY; Shrewsbury; Agricultural 
Economics; Stockbridge School; Dairy Tech Club; Alpha 
Zeta; A.P.O. 

WEAVER, RONALD RAY; Needham; Zoology; Statesmen; 
Symphony Band; Marching Band; Concert Band; Dorm 
Counselor. 

WEBB, CHARLES R., Jr.; Waban; Government; Univer- 
sity of Colorado; Young Republicans; Intramurals; Chess 
Club. 




WEBBER, DAVID JOHN; East Longmeadow; Landscape 
Architecture; Land Architecture Club, Pres.; Scabbard & 
Blade; Drillmaster, Precislonettes; Dean's List. 

WEBSTER, ALAN HENRY; Brockton; Production Manage- 
ment; Scuba Club; Dean's List. 

WEBSTER, NANCY LEE; South Weymouth; Elementary 
Education: Quincy Junior College; Dorm Counselor; 
Homecoming Comm.; Exec. Council; Index: Winter Carni 
Comm. 

WEENER, BARR'i RICHARD; Marblehead; Covernmerjl. 






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WEINSTOCK, WENDY KAY; Pound Ridge, N.Y.; Psychol- 
ogy; Dorm Head Counselor; Dean's List; Class Exec. Coun- 
cil; Homecoming Comm.; N.E.S. 

WELENC, BARBARA JOYCE, Danvers; Interior Design; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Operetta Guild; Omicron Nu; Home Economics 
Club; Newman Club. 

WELLS, FRANKLIN EVERETT; Townsend; Physical 
Education: Senior Honors Program; Intramurals, Su- 
pervisor; Student Athletic Trainer. 

WENDELL, DENISE MARIE; Pittsfield; Child Development; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, House Chrm.; Dean's List; Exec. 
Council; Index; Winter Carnival Comm. 









WEINBERG, CARLA ELLEN; Linden, N.J.; Psychology; Se- 
nior Honors Thesis; Phi Kappa Phi; Psychology Club; Dean's 
List; Hillel. 

WEINER, BEVERLY GAIL; Brookline; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Mass. Bay Community College; Educ. Club; Ski 
Club. 

WEINERMAN, CHESTER S.; Brookline; English; Collegian, 
Editor-in-Chief, Sam Spark; Who's Who; Dorm Counse- 
lor; LIniv. Communications Board; Dorm President. 

WEINSTOCK, SUSAN JAN; Albany, N.Y.; Psychology; Uni- 
versity of New Hampshire; Dean's List; Hillel, Publicity 
Chrm.; Student Zionist Assoc, Pres.; Math Club; Outing 
Club. 



WERLIN, JERALD DAVID; Boston; Government: Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Scuba Club; Hillel; Dean's List; Senior Honors 
Program. 

WESTORT, DENISE A.; Hadley; Home Economics; Non Resi- 
dent Student Assoc. 

WEYGAND, GAYLE SHIRLEY; Taunton; Child Develop- 
ment; Sigma Sigma Sigma, House Manger; Dean's List; Af- 
filiation at Merrill-Palmer Institute; Home Economics Club. 

WHEAT, JAMES CLAYTON; Pittsfield; Psychology; Berkshire 
Community College; Dorm Counselor; Pre-Law Society; 
Intramurals. 



WHITE, CARYN ANNE; Cobleskill, N.Y.; Wildlife Biology; 
Equestrian Club. 

WHITE, DONALD ROBERT; Moravia, N.Y.; Eorestry; Paul 
Smith's College; Dean's List; Forestry Club. 

WHITE, GERALD MELVIN; Marblehead; Finance; Boston 
University; Accounting Assoc; Alpha Phi Omega; Dean's 

list. 

WHITF, MARGARET ANN; Pittsfield; Art; Art Club; 
Frcnc h Corridor; Winter Carni, Publicity Comm.; Caesura; 
Bologna Summer Program. 




WHITE, PAUL M.; Lexington; Anthropology; Antioch Col- 
lege. 

WHITE, WARREN ELLSWORTH; Quincy; English; Band; 
Frosh Tennis; Varsity Soccer; Dorm President. 

WHITKIN, STEVEN A.; Mattapan; Government; Phi Sigma 
Delta, Pledgemaster, Pres.; Pre-Law Club; Hillel. 

WHITNEY, LISA ANTOINETTE; Pittsfield; Government; 
Berkshire Community College; Pre-Law Assoc; Dorm So- 
cial Comm. 



WIACEK, EDWARD MICHAEL; Sungerland; Park Adnnin- 
istration; Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Arboricul- 
ture and Park Administration Assoc; Society of Landscape 
Architects. 

WILEY, CHARLOTTE C; Quincy; Nursing; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Nursing Club; Nursing Honor Society, Treas. 

WILLIAM, JOHN W.; Middleboro; Fisheries Biology: Ski 
Team; Q.T.V.; Track Team; Ski Club. 

WILLIAMS, MARSHALL FAY; Braintree; Civil Engineering; 
Nasson College; A.S.C.E.; Intramurals. 





WILLIAMS, MARY JEAN; Greenfield; Sociology; Newman 
Club; Dorm Counselor; Dean's List. 

WILLIAMS, PAUL LENNON; Framingham; Physical Educa- 
tion; Gymnastics; Dean's List. 

WILLIS, JOHN BAILEY, Jr.; Norton; Zoology; Univer- 
sity of Florida; Intramurals. 

WILLISTON, DONALD D.; Williamsburg; Economics. 



WILLOUGHBY, DONALD CARLTON; Worcester; Marketing; 
Statesmen; Marketing Club; Dorm Social Comm.; Intra- 
murals. 

WILSON, KATHRYN ANN; Grafton; Government; New- 
man Club; Dean's List; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Corr. Sec. 

WILSON, RICHARD BEARD; Chelmsford; Marketing; 
Marketing Club; Dorm Council; Intramurals. 

WILSON, ROY MARTIN; So. Deerfield; Marketing; 
Marketing Club; Intramurals. 




WILSON, SANDRA LYNN; Akron, Ohio; American His- 
tory; Campus Crusade for Christ. 

WINDLE, WARREN THOMAS, jr.; Raynham; Mechanical 
Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Tau Beta Pi. 

WINER, STEVEN JAY; Revere; Psychology; Dorm Rep.; 
Dorm President; Announcer for Varsity Gymnastics Meets. 

WINQUIST, PRISCILLA; Hingham; French; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Dean's List. 





WINSTON, ERIC MARSHALL; Elizabeth, N.J.; Business 
Administration; Freshman Soccer; Phi Sigma Delta. 

WINTER, NANCY ANN; Andover; English: Exec. Council; 
Winter Carnival Booklet & Atmosphere Comm.; Dorm 
Standards Council; Dean's List. 

WISGIRDA, FRANCES ANN; Norwood; Mathematics; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Education Club; Dorm 
Judiciary; Dorm Vice-President. 

WISIOLEK, PAUL; Springfield; Electrical Engineering; Ama- 
teur Radio Club; Epsilon Club. 



WOICIK, MARIANNE; Northampton; German; Newman 
Club: Dean's List. 

WOJTOWICZ, CHRISTINA MARYA; Holyoke; Element- 
ary Education; Educ. Club; Holyoke Young Democrats 
Club, Director. 

WOO, DAVID LEE; Boston; Civil Eingineering; Tau Beta Pi; 
Ai.S.C.E.; Dean's List; Judo Club; Chess Club. 

WOO, ROBERT, Jr.; .Arlington; Accounting; Linfield College; 
Spanish Club; .Accounting .Assoc. 



WOOCHER, LOIS MARJORIE; Great Neck, N.Y.; His- 
tory; Sigma Delta Tau; Dean's List; Tennis Team; Hillel; 
Exchange Student. 

WOOD, DAVID STANLEY; Burlington; Agricultural 
and Food Economics; Social Activities Comm.; Dean's List; 
Intramurals; Agricultural Economics Club. 

WOOD, GERALD FRANCIS; North Amherst; Mat/iemat/cs; 
Worcester Jr. College; Phi Sigma Kappa, Treas.; I.F.C.; 
A.S.M.E.; Math Club. 

WOOD, JANICE RUTH; West Wayne, N.J.; Microbiology; 
Women's Interdorm Council; Dorm Judiciary; Operetta 
Guild. 






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WOOD, KARLA M.; Marshfield; Elementary Education; 
Cape Cod Community College. 

WOOD, NANCY DELEIGAL; Littleton; Elementary Education; 
Naiads. 

WOOD, PETER CHARLES; Hopkinton; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; ASME; Society of Automotive Engineers; Intramurals; 
Dorm Counselor; Dorm Social Comm. 

WOOD, RICHARD ALLEN; Wilmington; History; Class 
President; Winter Carni Comm., Chr.; SWAP; Who's Who; 
Commencement Task Force. 



WOODCOCK, DAVID JON; Orange; Covemmenf; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; V.P.; Intramurals; Dorm Counselor; 
Young Democrats; Dean's List. 

WOODS, ANNE LOUISE; West Springfield; Sociology; 
Marching Band; Amherst Tutorial Program; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma. 

WOODS, BERNARD HENRY; Jamaica Plain; Restaurant & 
Hotel Management; Kappa Sigma, Steward, Pledge Trainer; 
Exec. Council; Newman Club; Intramurals. 

WORTH, RONALD WALTER; Quincy; Chemistry; Franklin 
Institute of Boston; Dean's List. 




WOYTOVICH, DONNA; Topsfield; Zoology; Chorale; 
Equestrian Club; Scuba Diving Club; University Theatre. 

WROBLEWSKI, JANICE CAROL; Rochester, N.Y.; Sociol- 
ogy; Universtiy Symphony Orchestra; Index, Academic Edi- 
tor. 

WRONSKI, CHESTER LEO; Holyoke; Government; Basket- 
ball Manager; Baseball Manager; Exec. Council; WMLIA; 
Young Democrats. 

WYKE, AUDREY SUSAN; Metuchen, N.J.; Home £conom/cs; 
Student Senate, Sec; Home Ec. Club; Dean's List; Col- 
legian, Pub. Board; S.U.G. Board. 





YACUZZO, VIVIAN JUDITH;; Northampton; Education; 
N.R.S.A. 

YEATON, GAIL SARGENT; Bridgewater; Government; 
Young Republican Club; N.E.S. 

YEGIAN, GAIL ANN; Lexington; Elementary Education; 
Educ. Club; Newman Club; Sigma Kappa; Winter Car- 
nical Comm.; Dean's List. 

YOUNG, DARYL JEANNE; Gardner; French; French Cor- 
ridor; WMUA, Sec; Women's Interdorm Council; Educ. 
Club; Dean's List. 




YOUNG, DIANE LYN; Swansea; Fashion Merchandising; 
Operetta Guild; Home Economics Club; Dorm Coun- 
selor; Omicron Nu, V.P., Treas.; Wesley Ayres. 

YOUNG, MARCIA GAIL; Springfield; Education; Alpha 
Chi Omega; Educ. Club. 

YOUNG, NORMA JEAN; Springfield; Art; Honors Collo- 
quia; Dorm Counselor; Collegian; Judo Club; N.E.S. 

YOUNG, PETER EDWARD; Readville; Wildlife Biology; 
Outing Club. 



YOUNG, RUSSELL M.; Stoneham; History; Kappa Sigma, 
Sec; I.F.C. Rep. 

YOURGA, ANN D.; Ridgewood, N.J.; English; Exec. Coun- 
cil; Honors Colloquia; Chi Omega; International Club; Rid- 
ing Club. 

YOURGA, JOYCE CLARK; Winchester; French; Honors Col- 
loquium; Kappa Delta Phi; Dean's List. 

YOURGA, RICHARD CARLISLE; Ridgewood, N.J.; History 
Air Force Rifle Team; Dorm Councilor; Student Senate; 
Dean's List. 





ZABEK, CHESTER M.; Ware; Business Administration. 

ZALESKI, ILENE HELEN; Worcester; Zoology; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma, Pres.; Dorm House Chrm.; Newman Club, Pub- 
licity Chrm.; Zoology Club; Senior Honors. 

ZANIESKI, KRENA D.; Greenfield; Child Development; 
Class Exec. Council; Dorm Social Chrm. 

ZANOLLI, MICHAEL ANTHONY; Springfield; Mechanical 
Engineering; Ski Team. 




ZEBROWSKI, GEORGE FRANCIS, Jr.; South Hadley; jour- 
nalism; Lacrosse; Soccer; Dorm President; Young Demo- 
crats; Collegian. 

ZIELINSKI, RICHARD MICHAEL; Chicopee Falls; Chem- 
istry, 

ZIELINSKI, ROBERT STANLEY; Indian Orchard; Zoology; 
Arnold Air Society; Dorm Counselor; Newman Club; 
Dean's List; Operetta Guild. 



ZlEMAk, CARRIE ANNETTE; Pittsfield; Recreation; Pi Beta 
Phi, Rush Chrm.; Dean's List; Recreation Club; Dorm Stan- 
dards Comm.; Newman Club. 

ZINK, DIANE EDITH: South Dartmouth; French; French 
Corridor. 

ZIPETO, BONNIE ARLENE; Cedar Grove, N.J.; Elementary 
Education; lota Gamma Upsilon; Ski Club; Educ. Club. 





ZISK, DAVID; Bondsville; Accounting; Newman Club; 
Accounting Assoc; Intramurals. 

ZITO, FRANK R.; Haverhill; Psycfio/ogy; Theta Chi; Exec. 
Council; Exchange Program. 

ZONA, LOIS ANN; Braintree; Mathematics; Newman 
Club; Dorm Treasurer; Dorm Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Phi Kappa Phi. 



Seniors Not Pictured 



ABORJAILY, NORMAN A. 
ADAMS, LEONARD R. 
ADELMAN, LANNIE ). 
ADRIAN, NORMAN F. 
ALBANO, STEPHEN A. 
ALEXION, ANNE E. 
ALISIO, GERALD J. 
ALLARD, RONALD J. 
ALLEN, JON E. 
ALPERIN, TOBE R. 
ALPERT, JUDITH P. 
AMATO, JOSEPH D. 
ANDERSON, RICHARD A. 
ARBER, CAROL 
AREL, GEORGE A. 
ARMSTRON, WILLIAM L. 
ARSENAULT, PETER C. 
ATWOOD, PAULA E. 
AUBREY, DENNIS C. 
AUBREY, GERARD N. 
AVELLAR, MARY J. 
AYRES, JANET C. 
BABAKIA, FREDERIC A. 
BABCO, SHARON E. 
BABINEAU, ROY A. 
BACKSTROM, PHILIP A. 
BAILEY, BEVERLY A. 
BALBACH, MARION L. 
BALYOSIAN, STEPHEN JR. 



BARAN, JOSEPH J. 
BARD, RICHARD F. 
BARRETT, THOMAS M. 
BASSETT, CORTLAND P. 
BATES, THOMAS W. 
BATTEN, ROLLAS W. 
BAXTER, JACQUELINE A. 
BELL, BARBARA A. 
BELLAM, JOANN E. 
BELLO, STEPHEN J. 
BENNETT, GORDON F. 
BENNETT, KATHLEEN A. 
BENSON, ROBERT A. 
BENT, PETER C. 
BERGER, HAROLD B. 
BERGLUND, WILSON S. 
BERGGUIST, WILLIAM A. 
BERKMAN, PHYLLIS 
BERLINGER, SUSAN L. 
BERTUCCI, EDWARD C. 
BESKENIS, JOAN L. 
BEST, DOUGLAS J. 
BETZ, BETTE J. 
BINNS, DONALD A. 
BIRDSONC, MARCIA D. 
BLACKBURN, PAMELA R. 
BLACKWEL, WILLIAM A. 
BLAISDELL, DAVID M. 
BLANDING, HARRY R. 



BLOOMER, MICHAEL F. 
BONCZEK, JOSEPH J. 
BONI, FRANCES A. 
BOSCH, JOHN A. 
BOUCHER, JAMES W. 
BOUDREAU, CAROL J. 
BOUDREA, KENNETH R. 
BOURDEAU, ROLAND J. 
BOUSQUET, JAMES R. 
BOWMAN, GREGORY R. 
BOWMAN, JEANNE D. 
BOZENHARD, PHILIP A. 
BRADBURY, JOHN H. 
BRADFORD, CAROL J. 
BRANDT, VICTORIA H. 
BRECHER, DAVID A. 
BREVELERI, LOIS A. 
BREWER, PHILIP H. 
BRIGGS, DANA H. 
BROPHY, JOHN F. 
BROWN, ELAINE K. 
BROWN, GERALD L. 
BROWN, LINDA H. 
BROWN, STEPHEN H. 
BROWN, STEVEN B. 
BRYANT, ROSEMARY 
BRYNE, ROGFR M. 
BUECHNER, PATRICIA A. 
BUELL, DAVID S. 



BUMP, RICHARD G. 
BURNS, SANDRA L. 
BUTLER, WILLIAM F. 
BYRON, DENNIS M. 
CAHILL, JOSEPH M. 
CALLAHAN, EUGENE H. 
CAMPBELL, CATHERINE 
CAMPBELL, PAUL C. 
CAMPBEL, WALTER F. 
CANNATA, WILLIAM J, 
CANNAVO, SAMUEL D. 
CANNEY, JOHN F. 
CAPACCIO, GEORGE ERNEST 
CARDINAL, DAVID S. 
CARIVAN, FREDERICK A. 
CARLSON, DONALD T. 
CARMICHAEL, ANN R. 
CARPENITO, JOSEPH F. 
CARRIGAN, WILLIAM L. 
CARTE, LORRAINE B. 
CASS, FREDERICK G. 
CASSIDY, TERRENCE A. 
CASWELL, SUSAN J. 
CATEN, PETER J. 
GATING, BARBARA A. 
CEMBALISTY, EILEEN J. 
CHAMPIGNY, ROBERT W. 
CHAN, NORMAN L. 
CHASE, WALTER W. 



CHATTERTON, LEIGH A. 
CHICK, VIRGINIA L. 
CHICOINE, STEPHEN D. 
CHOOLJIAN, LOIS A. 
CHRISTER, WILLIAM P. 
CIAMPA, MICHAEL A. 
CLAN, MAUREEN E. 
CLARITY, RICHARD E. 
CLARK, STEWART F. 
CLAUSS, EDWARD F. 
CLEGG, STEPHEN R. 
CLIFFO, CHARLES W. 
CLIFTON, DRAGO P. 
CLOHERTY, DENNIS M. 
COBB, CHALICE D. 
COHEN, ARTHUR S. 
COLE, VIRGINIA A. 
COLLETTE, SUSAN L. 
COLLINS, ROMA M. 
COOK, CRAIG S. 
COOMBS, BRUCE A. 
CORRADI, ROBERT E. 
COSTA, PAUL H. 
COTTON, MARJORIE 
COTTON, MERRILY 
COUL, KATHLEEN M. 
COUTURE, KAREN W. 
COVE, LOUIS G. 
COVEN, RICHARD S. 
COVENEY, CAROL A. 
CRAFT, EDWARD D. 
CRAMER, JOHN F. 
CROCE, WILLIAM D. 
CROWELL, RAY A. 
CUMMINGS, JUDITH A. 
CUNNI, LAWRENCE R. 
CURTIN, JOANNE M. 
CYRAN, MICHAEL F. 
DABROW, THADDEUS E. 
DARCY, ARTHUR L. 
DARZENKI, EDWARD W. 
DAVIDSON, ROBERT J. 
DAVIS, WAYNE S. 
DAY, PHILIP F. 
DEBIAK, BRUNO 
DEFRANCES, JOHN L. 
DELMONICO, RICHARD J. 
DEME, KATHLEEN ALVERSON 
DEMONE, JANYCE E. 
DEMORE, EDWARD L. 
DENIS, ATHANASIOS 
DENNIS, MURRAY L. 
DENTON, STUART E. 
DESCHENE, VIRGINIA R. 
DESFOSSES, ARTHUR A, 
DESILVA, BRUCE A. 
DESJADON, SANDRA L. 
DEUGENIO, BETTY J. 
DEVINE, JAMES J. 
DEVINO, DONALD ]. 
DEWARE, DONNA R. 
DEXTER, WARIN H. 
DICKSON, VERA A. 
DIDONATO, JOSEPH S. 
DIGREGORIO, DAVID 
DINGMAN, JOSEPH F. 
DIPADUA, ROBERT J. 
DOBSON, JAMES J. 
DOMINA, BRIAN C. 
DONEGAN, CHARLES K. 
DONOHUE, DONALD J. 
DOOLEY, DIANA L. 
DOUBLEDAY, ELYWN J. 
DOUGHERT, MAUREEN H. 
DOUVADJIAN, MICHAEL 
DOWNEY, WILLIAM F. 
DOYLE, JOSEPH F. 
DOYLE, MAUREEN E. 
DOYLE, WILLIAM R. 
DRAKE, DAVID P. 
DRISCOL, GEORGE M. 
DUCLOS, KATHERINE M. 
DUMOUCHEL, RALPH |. 
DUMOULIN, GERARD V. 
DUNSFORD, CAROL J. 
DURKIN, DONALD G. 
DUVAL, PAUL H. 
DYSON, JOHN W. 



ECKSTROM, ELAINE E. 
EGAN, JAMES R. 
ELLAS, ELLAYNE 
ELLIS, BONNIE R. 
ELMAN, HARVEY D. 
EMANUELSON, JOHN A. 
ENOS, DAVID W. 
ERICSON, RICHARD A. 
ESPOSIT, MARILYN E. 
EVANS, JAMES E. 
FALANGAS, ELAINE 
FALKOWS, DONALD R. 
FANNING, RICHARD T. 
FANTEGROS, ALFRED P. 
FARLEY, MAUREEN A. 
FARNUM, TIMOTHY D. 
FARRELL, VICTORIA S. 
FATERSIK, JOHN R. 
FAYAN, DAVID 
FERRA, THEODORE R. 
FIELDING, LAURENA R. 
FILLION, MELANIE A. 
FINK, PETER M. 
FINKEL, JENNIFER A. 
FINKELSTEIN, LEE A. 
FITZPAT, FREDERICK J. 
FITZPA, MAUREEN F. 
FIVEHOUSE, DANIEL J. 
FLAHERTY, PAUL W. 
FLYNN, ROBERT K. 
FOISY, WILLIAM J. 
FORD, JEFFREY M. 
FORMAN, SHELDON H. 
FOSTER, DIANE R. 
FOUDY, JAMES T. 
FOWLER, JONATHAN L. 
FOX, ROBERT W. 
FRADO, JOHN J. 
FRANKE, ROBERT R. 
ERASER, CLARENCE L. 
ERASER, JOHN F. 
FREEDMAN, MYRNA J. 
FREY, DENNIS A. 
FRIEDMAN, EDWARD R. 
FOLLER, ROGER P. 
FULLER, WILLIAM A. 
FUND, DORA 
FURMAN, STANLEY F. 
FURMANIUK, MARY P. 
GAFFNEY, DAMIAN P. 
GALE, BRUCE R. 
CALLO, LAUREL M. 
GARDINIER, GARY R. 
GARJIAN, MICHAEL 
SAGER, JOYCE G. 
CARLO, ALBERT S. 
GATELEY, PAUL F. 
GAVIOLI, RALPH A. 
GEIKIE, RICHARD T. 
GENEST, ELOISE E. 
GENGENBACH, RAYMOND P. 
GEORGE, KENNETH E. 
GERENA, GERMAN 
GEZORK, JANET E. 
GIBBONS, GARY F. 
GIBSON, PAUL A, 
GILLESP, GERALD V. 
GINSBURG, MARVIN S. 
GITTIN, RONALD C. 
GIUFFER, STEPHEN A. 
GLENNON, JOHN J. 
GMYREK, ROB J. 
LAFLESH, EMILY G. 
GOETT, MEREDITH H. 
GO, ELIZABETH N. 
GONSKI, ANTHONY F. 
GORDON, WILLIAM J. 
GOSSELI, ALFRED J. 
GOULD, HARRY P. 
GOULET, MATTHEW C. 
GOURLE, DONALD F. 
GRAY, DAVID A. 
GRAY, HERBERT W. 
GRAY, ROBERT L. 
GRAZIA, JOHN D. 
GREEN, JULANN 
GREENE, MARK E. 
GREENWOLD, STEVEN A. 



GRIFF, PETER M. 
GRIMES, JUDITH C. 
GROT, PATRICIA M. 
GRUTERS, WILLIAM E. 
GURCHIONE, ROGER C. 
GUEVIN, ROBERT R. 
GUSTAFSON, KAREN L. 
GUSTAVSEN, BRUCE 
HABICT, JOHN V. 
HADLEY, ANN P. 
HAGSTROM, JOYCE M. 
HALE, RICHARD D. 
ROSENLUND, FAITH A. 
HAMILTO, WENDY C. 
HANCHAY, EDWARD J. 
HANLON, JOAN M. 
HANNON, RICHARD B. 
HANSEN, ROBERT E. 
HARDIE, JAMES K. 
HARDING, R. BREWSTER 
HARRIS, LINDA J. 
HARTM, PRISCILLA L. 
HATCH, DONALD O. 
HAYNES, KENNETH W. 
HEAP, HAROLD A. 
HEATON, HAROLD I. 
HELMAN, JANE E. 
HENDERSO, JAMES W. 
HERGENROEDER, YVETTE 
HERRON, LINDA M. 
HIGGINS, THOMAS 
HILL, BRIAN W. 
HILLS, ROBERT B. 
HITCHCOCK, DALE C. 
HITCHCOCK, GERALD G. 
HIXON, MARCIA A. 
HODGMA, DONALD L. 
HOGAN, FRANCIS J. 
HOLT, LEAH A. 
HOLT, WILLIAM H. 
HOPKINS, DAVID F. 
ARNOLD, ANNE M. 
HOUDE, GARY R. 
HOWE, ROBERT E. 
HUBBARD, JAMES A. 
HUGHES, ERIC C. 
HULTIN, DAVID H. 
HUNGERFORD, GEORGE M. 
HUNTER, DAVID G. 
HURD, JOHN C. 
HUREAU, RICHARD A. 
HURLEY, DIANE L. 
HUSE, THOMAS K. 
BARCLAY, LOIS J. 
INFANTE, ANTHONY M. 
INFASCEL, JOSEPH R. 
IRONSIDE, JUDITH A. 
JACKSON, ANN W. 
JACKSON, GERALD A. 
JANKOWSKI, JOAN M. 
JANVRIN, PAUL H. 
JARVINEN, JANET A. 
JOHNIAN, CAROL T. 
JOHNSON, MARY C. 
JOHNSON, MICHAEL L. 
JOHNSON, RONALD W. 
JOLICOE, RICHARD A. 
JONES, LINDA L. 
JOSE, GEORGE R. 
JOYCE, ELAINE M. 
KANE, KAREN L, 
KAPLAN, LOUIS P. 
KAPOLKA, WALTER A. 
KASSEL, LINDA 
KASSIOTIS, PAULINE G. 
KATZ, DAVID R. 
KATZ, JULIUS 
KAUFMAN, JUDITH A. 
KAUFMAN, NANCY E. 
KAZLAUSKAS, VYTAUTAS 
KEANE, SEBIA E, 
KEATING, ROBERT H. 
KEEFE, DENNIS J. 
KEELING, CYNTHIA BARTLE 
KELLEHER, BRENDA M. 
KELLEHER, JOHN J. 
KELLY, CAROL A. 
KENNEY, JAMES J. 



KENNEY, JOHN P. 
KENNEY, WILLIAM R. 
DERWOOD, WILLIAM D. 
HASTINGS, SHERYL A. 
KING, ALAN F. 
KIRLEY, JOSEPH F. 
KLAUCKE, ROBERT M. 
KNOWLTON, DAVID L. 
KNUTSON, JANICE K. 
KOCHAN, DAVID E. 
KONE, WILLIAM J. 
KOZACZEK, MICHAEL S. 
KRIEGER, JAMES R. 
KRIESER, KENNETH G. 
KRINSKY, STEVEN A. 
KROSNICK, JUDITH A. 
KROUSON, WALTER M. 
KSZYSTYN, RICHARD E. 
KUSTRA, STANLEY A. 
KUZMESKUS, JOSEPH P. 
LABELL, JON M. 
LAJOI, JONATHAN W. 
LAMONTAGNE, PETER L. 
LAMPRON, RICHARD C. 
LANDREVILLE, NEIL W. 
LANG, DONALD S. 
LANG, JANIS H. 
LAPIERRE, ROBERT J. 
LARSON, PHILIP E. 
LASKY, ROY E. 
LAVOR, ANTHONY N. 
LAWRENCE, STANLEY H. 
LECLAIR, ROBERT P. 
LEGASSEY, JOHN S. 
LEIBOVITZ, MORRIS 
LEIGHTON, PHILLIP W. 
LENKOSKI, PETER F. 
LENNON, RICHARD D. 
LEPPANEN, CARL E. 
LEUSCHNER, ARTHUR F. 
LEVERO, JAMES A. 
LEVINE, ALLEN R. 
LEVINE, CAROL L. 
LEVINE, LESLIE E. 
LEVIT, SHARON E. 
LEVY, REESA S. 
LEVY, STEPHEN M. 
LIBEN, LAURA J. 
LINCOLN, BETSY J. 
LINCOLN, CAROL A. 
LINNEMANN, RICHARD H. 
LIPTA, LAWRENCE H. 
LIQUORI, WILLIAM J. 
LIRO, FRANCIS T. 
LOMARTIRE, KENNETH R. 
LOMBARDI, GERALD H. 
LONGO, THOMAS 
LOSCO, PAMELA L. 
LOVITCH, NORMAN J. 
JUNIN, JANE 
LYMAN, WILLIAM H. 
MacDONALD, JILL 
MacDONNELL, ALINE 
MACHACZ, EDWARD F. 
MACHNIK, EDWARD J. 
MAGEE, DENNIS W. 
MAGUIRE, PETER M. 
MAHONEY, DENNIS B. 
MAHONEY, RICHARD J. 
MAILHOT, GERALD A. 
MAKI, KATHRYN M. 
MALACHOWSKI, ANITA 
MALLETT, GREGORY P. 
MALLOCH, BARBARA L. 
MALLOY, JOHN T. 
MANCUSO, PAMELA 
MANNES, JAMES K. 
MANOS, GEORGE F. 
MARASHLIAN, TERRY R. 
MARCO, RICHARD G. 
MARGOLA, EDWARD L. 
MARINO, ANTHONY J. 
MARLOW, DARLENE M. 
MARSH, RONALD C. 
MARTI, JOHN E. 
MARTUCCI, RAYMOND W. 
MARYANSKI, ROBERT M. 
MASON, THOMAS 



MATUSZEK, ELAINE D. 
MAY, RICHARD VV. 
MAYNARD, MARIE E. 
MAZZEO, MICHAEL A. 
McCARRAN, JOHN L. 

McCarthy, michael a. 
mccolloch, william d. 

Mcdonald, diane m. 
Mcdonald, michael j. 

,McDONOL'GH, PAUL W. 
McE\0>, BRENDA M. 
McGAUCHEY, ROBERT K. 
McGL'INN, SUSAN 
McKIE, WILLIAM D. 
McLELLAN, BONNIE J. 
McPHEE, ALAN VV. 
Mc\ AY, MAR> A,. 
MEDOWSKI, KENT B. 
MEEKER, STAFFORD D. 
NtELESK, CHARLES M. 
MENDONCA, JAMES R. 
MENNE, BARBARA L. 
MESSENGER, EMERY J. 
MEUNIER, MICHEL P. 
MICHELSON, EVA 
MIELKE, ERNEST J. 
MILCROOM, ROBERT H. 
MILLER, CAROLYN 
MILLER, ROBERT O. 
MITCHELL, ALICE A. 
MITCHELL, JAMES J. 
MOODY, PATRICIA E. 
MORAN, MARTIN P. 
MORAN, PATRICIA 
MORIARTY, RICHARD P. 
MORINI, JUNE A. 
MORRIS, JAMES T. 
MORSE, KENNETH R. 
MORTARELLl, JOHN RENATO 
MOYNIHAN, JOHN T. 
MROZ, THOMAS J. 
MUIR, ROBERT H. 
MULCAHY, DENNIS A. 
MULLANE, LEONORA A. 
MURPHY, ALANA M. 
MURPHY, FRANCIS 
MURPHY, JOHN W. 
MURPHY, ROBERT J. 
MURPHY, THOMAS D. 
MURRAY, ALICE M. 
MURRAY, ANN E. 
MURRAY, JOHN T. 
MUTTI, JULIANA 
MYER, DOUGLAS R. 
MYLYK, GLORIA A, 
NADEAU, RICHARD L. 
NAJJAR, DENNIS S. 
NATHANSON, MARALYNNE 
NEAL, CYNTHIA A. 
NELSON, LINNEA L. 
NESTO, JEANNE P. 
NICHOLAS, ROBERT F, 
NICKE, KAREN C. 
NICKOLS, ROBERT C. 
NOONAN, JAMES E, 
NOONAN, JOSEPH G. 
NORTON, E. GREGORY 
OBRIEN, MICHAEL F, 
OBRIEN, MICHAEL F. 
OBRIEN, ROBERT W, 
OCONNELL, WILLIAM E. 
OCONNOR, ROBERT S. 
ODONNELL, DIANE 
OCILVIE. JEFFREY S. 
OIKLE, JAMES F. 
OLDHAM, BENJAMIN A. 
OLEKSIE, JOSEPH M. 
PAGE, ROLAND R. 
PAOLINO, LAWRENCE 
PAPILO, JANET M, 
PAPPAS, NICHOLAS 
PAQUETT, DONALD F. 
PARDA, EDWARD A. 
PARENT, ROGER H. 
PARKER, ANTHONY 
PARKER, JOHN E. 



PARKER, MICHAE D. 
PARTRIDGE, RUSSELL F. 
PAULINCA, SUSAN T. 
PECORELLA, RICHARD 
PERKINS, ROBERT E. 
PERKINS, ROBERT W. 
PERREAUL, EDWARD J. 
PERSON, JAMES H. 
PETERS, FREDERIC D. 
PETROLAT, HARRY A. 
PFEIFFER, PATRICIA A. 
PHELAN, KENNETH E. 
PIANTONI, RAYMOND W. 
PICKERING, GARY T. 
PILO, FREDERICK R. 
PIENO, CRAIG V. 
PINSONE, ARTHUR M. 
PISARUK, WILLIAM P. 
PISIEWSKI, JOSEPH J. 
PLOTKIN, ANNETTE M. 
PODLESNY, CARL H. 
POLCHLOP, EDWARD J. 
POOLE, RAYMOND L. 
POPP, LOWELL R. 
POREMBA, RICHARD A. 
PORETSKY, IRA B. 
POWERS, ROBERT G. 
PRATT, GARY B. 
PRATT, SUSAN B. 
PRATT, WILLIAM T. 
PREFONTAI, ROGER G. 
PRUITT, RICHARD G. 
PUGLIESE, SANDRA E. 
PULLEN, PHILIP L. 
PUNISKI, MARY D. 
QUALEY, RICHARD T. 
RADLO, THOMAS E. 
RAGUSA, GEORGE J. 
RAMIREZ, CARMEN 
RAMSAY, ALAN O. 
RAPHAEL, HARRIET L. 
RAVINSKI, LINDA S. 
RAYNER, JANICE L. 
REBELLO, BARBARA J. 
REID, DAVID C. 
RETCHIN, MYRA L. 
REYNOLDS, DAVID V. 
RHOA, JONATHAN L. 
RICE, ROBERT T. 
RICHARDS, GARY R. 
RICHEY, MARSHA M. 
RIPALDI, CARL P, 
RIVELL, GARRY K, 
ROBERTS, NANCY E. 
ROBICHAUD, LEO T. 
ROBINSON, JOHN A. 
ROHR, CHERYL A, 
ROJEWSKI, EDWARD A. 
ROOP, WILLIAM R. 
ROSENBERG, HOWARD B. 
ROSENBLATT, ROY 
ROTHENBURG, ROBIN 
ROTSTEIN, ROBERT P. 
ROUTSON, ROBERT D. 
ROY, ROBERT W. 
RUCHAMES, ROBERT M. 
RUHM, ELLEN B. 
RUSSEL, WILLIAM F. 
RYAN, CHRISTINA M. 
RYAN, ROBERT M. 
RYBAK, JOHN W. 
SALK, GILBERT J. 
SALTMAN, WILLIAM A. 
SALVINI, RICHARD A, 
SAMPAS, MARINA F. 
SANCHEZ, JOSEPH S. 
SANCH, NAPOLEON N, 
SANDMAN, HOWARD N. 
SANTOS, PETER R. 
SANTUCCI, MARBETH A. 
SAWITZKY, JAMES A. 
SAWYER, ROBERT J, 
SCANLON, LEO E. 
SCHEURER, GEORGE B. 
SCHNEIDER, LOIS G, 
SCHOFIELD, GEORGE A, 



SCHOPPE, SCOTT W. 
SCOTT, BRUCE 
SEAMON, THOMAS B. 
SEIGEL, GERALD W. 
SELIAN, CAROL A. 
SENEGAL, ANDRE J. 
SHAPIRO, SIDNEY E. 
SHAUGHNESSY, KATHRYN L. 
SHAUGHNESSY, MICHAEL R. 
SHAW, NANCY E. 
SHEEDY, MARY J. 
SHELDON, GERALD E. 
SHERMAN, NORMAN E. 
SHERMAN, ROBERT T. 
SHOEMAKER, JOHN C. 
SHORES, ROBER W. 
SHULTZ, MARGARET A. 
SIBLEY, DAVID A. 
SIBLEY, GEORGE F. 
SIEGEL, CHARLES I. 
SIEGEL, IRVING N. 
SIERODZI, MITCHELL J. 
SIMONEAU, PAUL A. 
SIMPSON, PAUL J. 
SINCLAIR, WILLIAM A. 
SINGER, ROBERT I. 
SISSON, JOAN S. 
STRAUSS, GAIL S. 
SMALL, ARTHUR B, 
SMEAD, GREGORY H. 
SMITH, BRIGITTA P. 
SMITH, CAROLYN G. 
SMITH, DANNY R. 
SMITH, WILLIAM C. 
SMOLA, ELIZABETH A. 
SNYDER, BARBARA A. 
SNYDER, HARRIS C. 
SOBEK, SANDRA M. 
SOLO, DANIEL 
SOTIROPOULOS, MARILYN 
SOUTHWICK, LAURA J. 
SPENCER, DALE M. 
SPEROPOULOS, JOHN 
SPIDLE, LAWRENCE J. 
SPIN, STEWART C, 
SPRISSL, EDMUND C. 
SPYTEK, ROMAN H. 
STACY, CHARLES H. 
STANITIS, STEPHEN P. 
STEBBIN, KATHLEEN J. 
STEEVES, IAN F, 
STEEVES, TIMOTHY L. 
STEFANIK, RICHARD W. 
STEINBERG, ARTHUR F. 
STELIGA, RIG 
STELZER, PETER A. 
STETSON, LINDA L. 
STEVENS, RICHARD A. 
STEVENS, RICHARD B. 
STEVENS, ROBERTA 
STEWART, ANTHONY J. 
STEWART, FRANK D. 
STOCKBRIDGE, JAMES A. 
STOWE, MARILYNN L. 
ST PIERRE, PAUL G. 
STRENK, FRANK J. 
SUSSMAN, JAMES 
SUTCLIFFE, BRIAN R. 
SUTHERLAND, JUDITH D. 
SZARY, MARSHA L. 
TAMBORYN, GARY M. 
TANZI, JOSEPH 
TAORMINA, ALFONSO 
TARABE, KENNETH M. 
TARANTINO, FRANCIS 
TARANTO, THEODORE J. 
TAYLOR, ROGER K. 
TEDESCO, EILEEN P. 
TESSIER, ROY H. 
TEUBNER, JOHN E. 
THOMAS, JAMES E. 
THOMPSON, JAY K, 
TIEDEMANN, JOAN M. 
TIFRNEY, JOHN W, 
TIFTZE, ERICH O. 
TIGHE, NORMAN S. 



TINDALL, WILLIAM L. 
TOKARCZUK, GEORGE J. 
TOMBOR, FRED J. 
TOMKINS, SUSAN 
TONER, DENNIS H. 
TONER, JAMES J. 
TOOMEY, JAMES M. 
TOSCANO, REGINA 
TOTON, THOMAS A. 
TRENHOLM, GEORGE S. 
TRENHOLM, JEAN M. 
TRUBIANO, MARIO 
TSELIKIS, PENNY 
TSOUCALA, GREGORY A. 
TUCH, RICHARD L. 
TURMEL, MAURICE P. 
TURNER, SHIRLEY M, 
TUTTLE, CANDACE L. 
UDEL, EDWARD S. 
VALLELY, MARTHA J. 
VANSICKE, JOSEPH E. 
VAUGHAN, JOANNE R. 
VERREAULT, DANIEL A. 
VIGNEAU, EDWARD J. 
VINCENT, HELEN E. 
WADLEGGER, RICHARD 
WADSWORT, DAVID J. 
WALDRON, CHRISTOPHER M. 
WALKER, LYNN R. 
WALTERS, GERALD A. 
WALTERS, JOHN T. 
WARD, JOSEPH E. 
WARD, PETER A. 
WARD, RICHARD A. 
WARNER, KENT H. 
WARREN, CHARLES F. 
WARWIC, ELIZABETH L. 
WAX, WENDY E. 
WEBB, JANET L. 
WEBB, JUDITH M. 
WEBER, PAUL A. 
WEEKS, VALERIE A. 
WEINFIELD, ELLEN J. 
WEISS, RICHARD S. 
WENZEL, KATHLEEN A. 
WESLEY, DAVID V, 
WETHERBE, WARREN J. 
WICKLINE, SUSAN W. 
WHITE, DONALD R. 
WHITEHOUSE, RICHARD S. 
WIDLAND, CARL A. 
WIELAND, MARC J. 
WILCOX, MICHAEL P. 
WILFONG, ROBERT G. 
WILLARD, CAROLE A. 
WILLIAMS, MICHAEL A. 
WILLOUGHBY, LIONEL F. 
WILSON, DONNA JAKUBOWSKI 
WILSON, ELIZABETH M. 
WILSON, RAYMOND G. 
WISH, ERIC D. 
WISNAUCKAS, CYNTHIA A. 
WOJCIZK, JOHN J. 
WOOD, BRUCE J. 
WOOD, GUNNAR 
WOOD, ROBERT G. 
WORTHINGTON, RONALD T. 
WRIGHT, ELYSE A, 
WRIGHT, VICTORIA L. 
WYSK, PATRICIA M, 
YANKEE, JOAN G. 
YAUCKOE, DANIEL F. 
YURKO, DONN ANDER 
YURKUS, ROBERT A. 
ZAIKO, EDWARD J, 
ZALESKI, ILENE H. 
ZALKIND, JOSEPH G. 
ZANCHI, EDWARD A. 
ZIEGLER, RICHARD H. 



General Index 



A 



"A Day in the Life", 170-173 
Abbey, Paul F.,314 
Abbott, Carolee Clair, 314 
Abrams, Bruce Earl, 284,314 
Ackerman, Susan Joan, 314 
Adams, Ellen B., 314 
Adams, Roxana Jane, 314 
Adelphia,254 
Administration, 72-77 
Aframe, Carl D.,314 
Agey, Barbara Ann, 314 
Aherne, Robert M., 314 
Aines, Pauline Ina, 314 
Alagar, Felisa Vita, 314 
Alberghini, David Paul, 314 
Albertuzzi, Susan Jane, 314 
Alcock, Elizabeth Randal, 314 
Adelman, Lannie, 314 
Alpha Chi Omega, 270 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 268 
Alpha Phi Omega, 259 
Alpha Sigma Phi, 269 
Alton, Kathleen Bernice, 315 
Ames, Shirley Janet, 315 
Amico, Joseph, 283 
Ananis, Rosemary Adella, 315 
Andelman, David Ellis, 315 
Anderberg, Gary Nelson, 315 
Andersen, Donna Jean, 315 
Andersen, Jean C, 315 
Allen, Shelley, 315 
Andersen, John Henry, 315 
Andersen, Judith Edna, 315 
Anderson, Christine Crowley, 

332 
Anderson, Frederick Herbert, 

315 
Anderson, Judith Marie, 315 
Anderson, Susan Carol, 315 
Anderson, Susan Elina, 315 
Anderson, William Charles, 315 
Anderton, Jaye Randall, 277,315 
Andreas, Ronald, Jr., 315 
Andrews, Donna Louise, 316 
Andruchow, Elaine F., 316 
Anenberg, Marsha Joan, 316 
Angel Flight, 253 
Angelo, Michael William, 316 
AntiUohn H.316 
Antonelli, Ronald, 271 
Antonellis, Antoinette, 316 
Apicella, Donna Maria, 316 
Appleby, Paul R., 316 
Appleton, William Bigelow, 316 
Arcifa, Carol Marie, 316 
Arkins, Thomas J., 316 
Arnold, Phyllis Ellen, 316 
Aron, Richard Howard, 316 
Arrison, Thomas Allen, 316 
Art, Department of, 58-59 
Arts & Sciences, 50-68 
Aspinwall, Patty, 233 
Associations, 188 
Astifan, Tamara L., 316 
Astorina, Louis William, 316 
Atherton, Esther Westgate, 316 
Auger, Donna Priscilla, 316 
Austin, Linda Joy, 316 
Avitabile, Peter Victor, 316 
Azer, Sandra R.,317 



B 



Babakian, Fred, 124 

Babbitt, Polly Ann, 317 

Bacon, Rosanne Katherine, 279, 

317 
Badgley, John Richard, 317 
Bagdon,JohnJ.Jr., 317 



Baglio, Margaret N., 317 
Bagnall, Norene Ann, 317 
Baier, Suzanne, 232 
Bailey, Judith Anne, 317 
Baird, J. Stephen, 317 
Baird, William, 171 
Baker, Stephen Philip, 317 
Bakun,Peter Edward, 317 
Balboni, Bruce, 232 
Balboni, John, 289 
Balch, Linda Carol, 317 
Balsam, Virginia Louise, 317 
Banas, Joyce Ann, 317 
Band, Robert, 292 
Banner, Myra, 306,317 
Baptiste, Diane Dorothea, 317 
Barbaro, John A., 317 
Baran, Stanley, 317 
Barclay, Lois Jeanne, 317 
Barclay, Richard Leigh, 317 
Bardsley, Geoffrey Carl, 318 
Barnat, Daniel Sean, 318 
Barr, Henry Lewis, 318 
Barry, Cynthia Ann, 318 
Barry, Margaret A., 318 
Bartlett, Cynthia Keeling, 318 
Bartlett, Sylvia, 318 
Baseball, 180-185 
Basketball, 154-161 
Batchelder, Katrene, 318 
Bates, Laurence Russell, 318 
Bayley, Russell Jones, 318 
Bearse, Phyllis Arlene, 318 
Beaton, Sandra Joy, 318 
Beadreault, Robert Charles, 31S 
Beaumont, Patricia Ann, 318 
Beck, Susan Roberta, 318 
Bedard, Andrea, 318 
Beer, Donna Jean, 318 
Behrens, Edward Harold, 318 
Belanger, Paul Leo, 318 
Belchertown Volunteers, 260 
Belding, Richard W., 318 
Beless, Charlotte Lee, 319 
Belforti, Richard Charles, 319 
Bell, Barbara Ann, 319 
Bellamy, Joann Elizabeth, 319 
Belsky, Albert Herschel, 319 
Beltis, Robert Lewis, 319 
Bender, Gerald Edwin, 319 
Benedict, Jean Elwood, 319 
Benjamin, John Atlee, 319 
Bennett, Diana Jean, 319 
Benoit, Richard Edgar, 319 
Bentley, Miles W., 319 
Berg, Cynthia Lee, 319 
Bergen, Philip Schuyler, 319 
Berger, Richard Allen, 319 
Bergeron, Richard George, Jr., 

319 
Bergin, Joseph Dennie, 319 
Bergsma, Nancy Lee, 319 
Bernardo, Robert Paul, 319 
Bernier, Elise Jeanne, 319 
Bernstein, Barry Evans, 320 
Bernstein, Marjorie, 320 
Bernstein, Susan Ann, 287,320 
Berry, Samuel Joseph, 320 
Berryman, Susan Jane, 320 
Bertucci, Edward Charles, 320 
Beta Kappa Phi, 271 
Bialosiewicz, Frank, 240,306, 

320 
Bialy, Carole Ann, 320 
Bibeau, Louise Marie, 320 
Bickford, Walter E., 320 
Bidwell, Douglas Franklin, 320 
Biederman, Robert G., 320 
Bielkevicius, Rymante Emillia, 

320 
Bien, Nancy Laura, 320 



Bieniek, Joan Wanda, 320 
Bienvenue, Gordon Raymond, 

320 
Billings, Sue Anne, 320 
Bingham, Robert M., 320 
Binney, Linda Elaine, 320 
Birch, Robert W., 320 
Bisbee, James F., 321 
Bishop, Joan Ina, 321 
Bishop, Laura Ann, 321 
Bistran, Stephen John, 321 
Bitgood, Stephen Carleton, 321 
Bizios, Irene Rena, 321 
Bjorklund, Richard Allen, 321 
Black, Martha Jane, 321 
Blain, Henry Robert, 321 
Blakesborough, Carol Ann, 321 
Blanchard, Lynda Ann, 321 
Blanche!, Donald W., 321 
Blanchette, M. Denise, 321 
Blonder, Carole Ann, 321 
Blood, Mary Frances, 321 
Bloom, Richard Michael, 321 
Blotcher, Phyllis, 321 
Blues Magoos, 110 
Blumsack, Charles Earl, 321 
Boardman, William John, 321 
Bock, Alison, 321 
Bodurtha, Diane Elise, 322 
Bogie, Cheryl, 322 
Boissy, Alan Robert, 322 
Boisvert, Leona Jean, 322 
Bogert, Taveta Karen, 322 
Bolduan, Carol Ellen, 322 
Bolduc, Gilbert William, 322 
Bolivar, Thomas W., 322 
Boliver, Paul L., 322 
Bonasoro, Eliza Ann, 322 
Book Sale, 26-27 
Boone, Judith Elaine, 322 
Booth, Margaret Ellen, 322 
Booth, Richard Harold, 322 
Borge, David, 293 
Boronski, Frances, 230,300, 

306,322 
Boston Red Sox, 104-105 
Botany, Department of, 64-55 
Boteze, Carl E.,322 
Boucher, Robert Allen, 322 
Bouchie, Josette Celia, 322 
Boudreau, Carol Ann, 322 
Boudreau, George Edward, 322 
Bouley, Laura Anne, 322 
Bourbonais, Stephanie, 149,222 
Bourgea, Ronald James, 323 
Bowes, Michael Anthony, 323 
Bowler, Gayle Marie, 323 
Boyajian, Alfred, 293,323 
Boyden, David Edward, 323 
Bozek, Thomas Edmund, 323 
Boys from New York City, 110 
Bracci, Michael James, 323 
Bradley, Barbara Jeanne, 323 
Brady, Robert Michael, 323 
Brais, BlandineL.,323 
Brand, Diane Gail, 285,323 
Bransfield, Edward Joseph, 323 
Bran, Steven A., 323 
Bremner, Christine Lee, 323 
Brenner, Linda Margaret, 323 
Breslin, Christine Joan, 323 
Bresnahan, Sharon A,., 323 
Bressler, RondaB.,323 
Brezinski, Joseph M., 323 
Brezniak, Walter, 323 
Bridges, Thomas L., 324 
Bridgman, Howard S., 324 
Briere, Glenn, 234 
Briggs, David W., 324 
Brignull, Roger L., 324 
Brilliant, Edward L., 324 
Brittan, Lesli-e A.,324 
Brochu, Nancy J., 324 
Broderick, Nancy, 286 
Broderick, Susan C, 324 



Brodsky, Gloria A., 324 
Bromstrup, Kathryn A., 324 
Brown, Barbara G., 324 
Brown, Diane J., 324 
Brown, James B., 324 
Brown, Kathleen Sue, 324 
Brown, Kenneth Warren, 324 
Brown, Michael George, 324 
Brown, Richard R.,324 
Brown, Sherron Lynn, 324 
Brown, Stephen Bryei , 324 
Brown, Steven Douglas, 324 
Brown, Theodore Arthur, 325 
Brown, William Anthony, 325 
Brownlow, Jane Carole, 325 
Bruen, Gerald, 274 
Brunette, James, 325 
Brunetti, Barbara H., 325 
Bryan, Florence, 223 
Bryan, Herbert Mitchell, 325 
Bucci, Sharon A., 325 
Buck, Mary Alice, 325 
Buckler, Frank Willard, 325 
Buckley, Timothy Francis, 325 
Bungay, Eileen Joan, 325 
Burke, Ellen, 276,325 
Burke, Joseph, 325 
Burnett, Rebecca Emilynn, 325 
Burnside, Jane Christine, 325 
Burrell, Bonnie Lynne, 325 
Burrell, Richard Gilman, 325 
Burrell, Stephen Anthony, 325 
Burysz, Marilyn J., 325 
Bush, Nancy Ellen, 325 
Business Administration, School 

of; 40-41 
Bussiere; Constance Cecelia 

326 ^■ 

Buteau, Gregory Thomas, 326 
Butler, Mark William, 326 
Byers, George A., Jr., 326 
Byer; Adriane Nancy, 326 
Byrds, 152 
Byron, Thomas, 274 
Bzdula, Paula Ann, 



c 



Cady, Burton Donald, 326 
Cahill, John M., 326 
Calarese, David Gilbert, 326 
Calef, David Andrew, 326 
Cilery, F.Richard, 326 
Campbell, Barbara, 270,326 
Campbell, Bryan David, 326 
Campbell, Catherine Elizabeth 
Campbell, Francis Joseph, 326 
Campbell, Glen, 153 
Campbell, Kerry Jacquith, 326 
Campbell, Robert Lawrence, 326 
Campus Chest, 214-215 
Cannavo, Samuel, 293 
Canty, John Alan, 326 
Capecci, Shirley, 107,220 
Capps, Larrilee V., 326 
Capone, Pauline Louise, 326 
Caporello, David Agapito, 326 
Card, Deborah Ellen, 327 
Cardinale, Regina Phyllis, 327 
Carey, John Edward, Jr., 327 
Carignan, Roger Augustus, 327 
Carleton, Dawn Elise, 327 
Carmichael, Jacqueline 

MacDonald,327 
Carnevale, Linda Jean, 327 
Caron, John-Paul Gerard, 327 
Caroprese, Janet Ellen, 327 
Carpenter, Terrone Deane, 327 
Carr, Richard Charles, 327 
Carrigan, Mary Ellen, 327 
Carson, Johnny, 148-149 
Carvell, William Vincent, 327 
Casey, Kathleen Annette, 327 
Castaldini,EllenJ.,327 
Castellarin, Linda Marie, 327 



Cavallaro, Joanne Grace, 327 
Cefalo, Joseph Thomas, Jr., 327 
Cellilli. Gerald Robert, 327 
Cerami, Patricia Grace, 327 
Cermak, Anne Margaret, 328 
Cer\ lo, George Frederick, 328 
Chalmers, Linda Grace, 328 
Chamberlain, Roxanne Pennv, 

328 
Chalbers, Marv Ruth, 328 
Chan, Le\ ng Man 
Chang, Peter V\ ., 328 
Chapin, Judith Ann, 328 
Chapin, Robert Lee, 328 
Chapman, Kenneth Stephen, 328 
Chapman, Roberta Ann, 328 
Charbonneau, Joan Ellen, 328 
Charpentier, Kathleen Rose, 328 
Chase, Diane Evelyn, 328 
Chase, James Sherman, 328 
Cheerleaders, 256-257 
Chemistry, Department of, 

68-69 
Cherniak, Mark, 284 
Chinappi, Anthony, 278 
Chi Omega, 294 
Chmura, Louis John, Jr., 328 
Chorale, 244 
Christensen, Margo Elizabeth, 

328 
Christensen, Ronald Peter, 328 
Christmas Season, 134-137 
Chute, Kenneth Loring, 328 
Ciborowski, Michael, 328 
Cignoni, Judith Ann, 328 
Clark, Dorothy Ann, 329 
Clark, Elizabeth Kinsley, 329 
Clark, Nancy Ann, 329 
Clark, Nancy E., 329 
Clark, Susan Joan, 329 
Clark, Virginia Guy, 329 
Clark, Warren Bruce, 329 
Clarke, Amy E.,329 
Clarke, David Hugus, 329 
Class Day, 88-91 
Class Officers, 323-233 
Clay, Christine Elaine, 329 
Clayton, Carol Ann, 329 
Clement, Carol Anne, 329 
dines, Frances Mary, 329 
Cloran, Ellen Martha, 329 
Cloutier, jean Marie, 329 
Cechrane, J. Bruce, 278 
Cohen, Edward Allan, 329 
Cohen, Harold Jay, 329 
Cohen, Jay Martin, 329 
Cohen, Jeffrey Leonard, 329 
Cohen, Jordan Rian, 329 
Cohen, Laura Faye, 330 
Cohen, Louise Joan, 330 
Cohen, Myron David, 330 
Cohen, Paula Kee, 330 
Cohen, Robert Maxwell, 268,330 
Cohen, Robert Theodore, 330 
Cohen, Steven Paul, 330 
Cohen, Toby, 330 
Cohn, Ethel, 330 
Cohn, Josephone Beth, 330 
Cohn, Norman Saul 
Coleman, Virginia Marie, 330 
College of Arts & Sciences, 

50-51 
Collegian, 236-237 
Collins, lames, 230; 301; 307; 330 
Collins, lane L., 330 
Collins, Martin Edwin, 330 
Collonna, lames Patrick, 330 
Comerford, Richard 330 
Commencement, 308-311 
Comstock, Claudia Gale, 330 
Concert Association, 117 
Condon, Jeffrey J., 330 
Condura, Christina Mary, 330 
Congdon, Jennifer Barbara, 331 
Conner, Barbara Lee, 331 



Connolly, Mathew B., 331 
Constantine, Andrew B., 331 
Contuzzi, Zorraine Marie, 331 
Convocation, 80-81 
Conway, L. Susan, 331 
Cook, Dianna Lvnn, 331 
Coons, Richard Merrill, 331 
Cooper, Bonnie Lee, 331 
Cooperstein, Barbara T., 331 
Cornelio, Lucille Marie, 331 
Corkum, Carole Ann, 331 
Corsi,PaulJ.,331 
Costi, Peter Joseph, 331 
Cote, Ceraldine, 331 
Cotton, Jane Elizabeth, 331 
Coury, Thomas Eli, 331 
Covenev, Carol Ann 
Covill, Robert J., 331 
Craft, Janet Taisey, 
Carnmer, Carol Ann, 331 
Craven, Anne Patricia, 331 
Crawford, Duncan Pierce, 332 
Creeger, Joel Barry, 332 
Crew, 206-209 

Croft, Evan Cunningham, 332 
Cronig, Jeffrey Alan, 332 
Crooker, Joanne Ruth, 332 
Crosby, John Edward, 332 
Crotty, Julia Wilder, 332 
Crowley, Mary Ellen, 279,332 
Curtin, Joanne Markham, 
Curtis, Helen, 72 
Gushing, John Gilnore, 332 
Gushing, Maxine Elaine, 332 
Cutting, Philip Francis, 332 
Crowley, Christine Anderson, 332 
Cryan, Ray, 332 
Currie, Robert, 332 
Czekanski, James, Philip, 332 



D 



Daggett, Richard Earl, 332 
Dailey, Michael N., 332 
Daley, Barbara Catino, 332 
Daley, Michael Leo, 332 
Daley, William Stewart, 333 
Dalton, Joseph L., Jr., 333 
Damiani, Elizabeth Barbara, 333 
Damon, E. Steven, 333 
D'Amour, Penelope Faith, 333 
Danca, Richard Anthony, 333 
D'Andrea, Richard Eugene, 333 
Daniels, Michael Robert, 333 
Darling, Cunthia Southworth, 333 
Darling, Susan Mae, 333 
Dadmun, Dorothy, 333 
Darrah, Adele Lynne, 333 
Davenport, Anne Marie, 333 
Davenport, Russell Stearns, 333 
Davidson, Larry D., 268,333 
Davidson, Margaret Mary, 333 
Davies, Deborah, 333 
Davis, Allen, 301,306,333 
Davis, Edward Chase, 333 
Davis, Wayne Stanley, 333 
Dean, Allan Rolfe, 333 
Dean, John H.,236 
Dean, Mary Ellen, 334 
Dean, William Francis, 334 
DeBenedictis, Lillian Ann, 334 
DeCosta, Mary Louise, 334 
DeFelice, Susan Teresa, 334 
Delahanty, Donna L., 334 
Delmonico, Richard John, 334 
Delaney, Richard Maurice, 334 
Delano, Jane, 334 
Deleevw, Denise, 334 
D'Elia,Elisa Louise, 334 
Dflibero, Kathryn White, 334 
Dflmolino, Leonard Joseph, 334 
Delsfslo, Mark, 292 
Delia Chi, 272 
DeMariano Paul, 30,306,334 
Dembski, Claudia, 223, 307, 334 



Demo, William, 334 
Dempsey, John Philip, 334 
Denman, John F., 334 
Denomme, Cynthia Lee, 334 
Deotte, Lester George, 334 
Derosa, William A., 335 
Desando, Mary Ellen, 335 
Detore, Mary V., 335 
Uetore, Robert Vmcent, 
Dever, Charles Edward, 335 
Diamond, Roslyn Lee, 335 
Dickerman, Stephen, 335 
Dickinson, Gary Edmund, 335 
Dickinson, Bill, 236 
Diensbach, Eric, 273 
Dikan, Peter Nicholas, 335 
Dimock, Elizabeth Jane, 335 
DiSarcina, Joe, 159 
Distinguished Seniors, 300-301 
Distinguished Visitors Program, 

138-139 
Divencenzo, Joseph Anthony, 335 
Doc Severinson, 149 
Dolan, Claire Marie, 335 
Dolan, Kathleen Ann-Marie, 335 
DiDomenico, Frank Panfilo, 335 
Dombrowski, Joan Ann, 335 
Donaghue, Richard, 166 
Doncese, Judith Margaret, 335 
Dondero, Daniel Joseph, 335 
Donnelly, Susan Louise, 335 
Donner, Susan 335 
Donohue, Vincent Paul, 335 
Donovan, 108 

Donovan, Arthur Lavria, 336 
Donovan, Joanne, L., 336 
Donovan, Hory A., 336 
Donovan, Richard Page, 336 
Dooley, Lois Ann, 336 
Dorgas, Eileen, 336 
Dorris, Wayne Leslie, 336 
Doty, Edwin Andrew, Jr., 336 
Dougal, Christine Mary, 336 
Dougherty, Mary Anne, 336 
Douglas, Senator, 139 
Dow Chemical Demonstration, 

170 
Dowal, Michael John, 336 
Doyle, Gail Ann, 336 
Doyle, Rosemary Bryant, 336 
Dovidio, Katheryn Marie, 336 
Drake, 172-173 
Draper, Elizabeth Ann, 336 
Drega, Mary Ann, 287,336 
Drew, Anne Elizabeth, 336 
Driver, Margaret Elaine, 335 
Driver, Phyllis Ryan, 336 
Drum, Ryan, 64-65 
Driscoll, Mike, 273 
Drury, Sheryl Ann, 336 
Druss, Pearl, 337 
Drzal, Robert Stanley, 337 
Dube, Philip A., Jr., 337 
Duda, Donald Jacob, 337 
Duffett, John Lawrence, 337 
Duffy, Joseph Leo, 337 
Dunay, Linda Ray, 337 
Dunleavy, Robert Paul, 337, 
Dunlop, Craig Emerson, 337 
Dunn, Brian Whitcomb, 337 
Dunn, Mary Margaret, 337 
Dunsford, Jo-Anne Mary, 337 
Dutcher, Joseph A., 337 
Duty, John Scott, 337 
Dworman, Ralph Michael, 337 
Dwyer, Francis Edward, Jr., 337 
Dyer, Cheryl Anne, 337 
Dyer, Edwin William Francis, 337 
Dyer, Stephen Landon, 337 
Dyer, Richard, 274 
Dynan, John Lawrence, 337 



Ea( men, James Charles, Jr., 338 



Earle, John Charles, 338 
Farley, Linda Lucille, 338 
Eaton, David, 338 
Eaton, David Lincoln, 338 
Eaton, Jeff, 271 
Ebacher, Elizabeth, 338 
Eber, Richard B., 338 
Econoply, Pamela Hope, 338 
Edelman,John Karl, 338 
Education, School of, 34-37 
Edwards, Steve James, 338 
Eisner, Bonnie, 338 
Flam, Lilius Bryan 
Eldred,Jean Pernat, 338 
Electrical Engineering, 44-45 
Ellard, Bruce, 269 
Elliot, Cheryl, 286,338 
Ellstrom, Carol Ann, 338 
Elmer, Bruce Mason, 338 
Engebretson, Lois, 287 
Environmental Engineering, 

42-43 
Epstein, Jacob, 338 
Epstein, Linda Jean, 338 
Eramo, Carol Ann, 338 
Erb, Douglas Alan, 338 
Erdmann, Dennis, 291 
Erickson, Wayne F., 338 
Erker, Edward Francis, 338 
Erianger, Leonard Alan, 339 
Eriich, Norman Alan, 339 
Estner, Martin Irving, 339 
Etkind,Alan v., 339 
Evans, Cheryl, 307,339 
Evans, Lani Jean, 339 
Evans, Lorraine M., 339 
Ewell, Kenneth Albert, 339 
Exford, Peter Teller, 339 
Ezold, Robert James, 339 



Fairbank, Pamela Kay, 339 
Fairfield, Susan Lee, 339 
Faico, Theresa Ann, 339 
Fall Candids, 84-87 
Farley, Maureen Anne, 339 
Farrell, Frank Clair, 339 
Farrell, Janet Elaine, 339 
Farrell, MarcellaE., 339 
Farrington, Carol Shappell, 339 
Farrington, Donald Gray, 339 
Faucetter, Douglas Paul, 340 
Faulkner, Peter, 269 
Fenney, Peter John, 340 
Feld, Ronald David, 340 
Fellon, Marcia Ann, 340 
Fenn, Susan Anne, 340 
Fennessey, Mary, 304,340 
Fentin, Ravena Ruth, 340 
Fernald, Diane Lee, 340 
Ferrara, Cheryl Anne, 340 
Ferron, David George, 340 
Field, William, 73 
Fiedler, Arthur & Orchestra, 117 
Fienberg, Harold Martin, 340 
Fila, Emily Mary, 340 
Fillion, Raymond Albert, 340 
Fink, R. Debra, 340 
Finkle, Marilyn Elaine, 340 
Finn, Virginia Mary, 340 
Fisette, Michael Francis, 340 
Fish, James Henry, 340 
Fishman, Cecile Susan, 340 
Fisk, Robert Allen, 340 
Fitch, Jeffrey Todd, 341 
Fitch, Skip, 240 
Fitzgerald, George B., 341 
Fitzgerald, Joan, 341 
Fitzgerald, Patricia Anne, 341 
Fitzgerald, Richard Charles 

Harris, 341 
Fitzgerald, Sheila Ellen, 341 
Fleischer, Helen E.., 341 
Flinkslrom, Charles N, 341 
Flint, Stanley E., 341 



Flynn, Jane Frances, 341 
Flynn, Joan, 341 
Fogel, Harvey Philip, 341 
Foley, Joan Kathleen, 341 
Foley, Robert, 271 
Follett, Susan Louise, 341 
Football, 88-99 
Forbess, Shelley, 277,341 
Ford, James Alexander, 341 
Foresto, John Anthony, 341 
Fortier, Richard Arthur, 341 
Forman, Stuart Irving, 341 
Forys, John Charles, 341 
Foss, Barry M., 342 
Foster, George Edward, 342 
Foster, Mark Ober, 342 
Foudy, James, 304 
Foulds, Patricia F., 342 
Fox, Susan Janice, 342 
Foxon, Mary Bartlett, 342 
Francini, Robert Jean, 342 
Frank, Lynn Ann, 342 
Frankenfield, Ronald Stephen, 

342 
Franklin, Anne Karen, 342 
Franklin, Fred jay, 268,342 
Fratto, Ronald John, 342 
Freed, Bob 284,342 
Freed man. Burton David, 342 
Freedman, FHarri, 342 
Freedman, Marcia E., 342 
Freedman, Paula Harriet, 342 
Freedman, Robert Harvey, 342 
Freeman, Elizabeth Ann, 342 
Freitas, Jane Ann, 342 
Freitas, Marcia Elizabeth, 343 
French, Roger Alan, 343 
Freniere, Paul, 284 
Frey, Lois, 228 
Frigon, James Edward, 343 
Frisbee, Ann, 343 
Frost, Christina G..,343 
Frost, William Warren, Jr., 343 
Fujczak, Joann Alice, 343 
Fuller, Joy L., 343 
Furtado, Stephen John, 343 
Fusia, Victor, 89 
Fyfe, Donald Errest, 343 



c 



Gadzuk, Nancy Ellen, 343 
Gage, Robert W.,M.D., 70 
Gagne, Suzanne Cardine, 343 
Gagne, Donald Raymond, 343 
Gagnon, Jane Marie, 343 
Gagnon, Mary Louise, 343 
Galas, Julia Marie, 343 
Gallagher, Peter Joseph, 343 
Gallerani, James Aldo, 343 
Gallese, Leslie R., 343 
Gallivan, Eileen Marie, 343 
Gallo, Samuel, 282 
Gamble, Joan Marie, 344 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 258 
Carnett, John Vernon, 344 
Garrett, Patricia Lois, 344 
Garstang, Collin William, 163,344 
Garvey, Judith Philomene, 344 
Ganley, Thomas S., 344 
Gasperack, Gary Lee, 344 
Gastone, Thomas Frank, 344 
Gately, Paul K., 344 
Gates, David Redden, 344 
Gaudet, Robert Daniel, 344 
Gaudreau, Lauraine Elizabeth, 344 
Gay, Peter, 344 
Garlo, Glenda, 344 
Garon, Michele, 344 
Gegan, William, 344 
Geldmacher, Cecily, 344 
Gell, Donna, 344 
Gensheimer, John, 344 
Gentile, Thomas, 345 
Gervais, Marilyn, 345 



Getchell, Alison, 345 
Getz, Stan, 110 
Giard, Beverly, 345 
Giardino, Gail, 345 
Giardino, June, 345 
Gibson, Donald, 345 
Gigliotti, Carol, 345 
Gilardi, Philip, 345 
Gilchrist, Maureen, 345 
Gilman, Sherry, 345 
Ginnis, Leo, 345 
Gill, Eileen, 345 
Ginsburg, Marvin S., 345 
Cirotti, James Edward, 345 
Girouard, Michael, 345 
Giroux, Neil Charles, 345 
Gizienski, Constance Leona, 345 
Gladchuck, Chester, 198-199 
Gleghorn, Michael F., 345 
Glick, Leonard Jay, 346 
Glickman, Michael Kenneth, 346 
Glinski, Charles John, 346 
Glogowski, Donald Robert, 346 
Cobeille, Allan Joseph, 346 
Godlewski, Roberta, 346 
Godwin, Robert C, 346 
Golashesky, Karen Andrea, 346 
Gold, Laurie Britton, 346 
Goldberg, David H.,346 
Goldberg, Shirley, 346 
Goldfarb, Ralph Leonard, 346 
Goldman, Alan Charles, 346 
Goldman, David Harold, 346 
Goldrick, Barbara Ann, 240,346 
Goldstein, Michael Kenneth, 346 
Golf, 200-201 
Gombar, Bruce A., 346 
Gombar, Carlyn Miller, 346 
Conyer, Pamela G., 346 
Goodell Library, 50-51 
Goodfellow, George Edwin, 346 
Goodman, Rachel, 347 
Goodreau, Wayne Michael, 347 
Goodwin, Gudith Ann, 347 
Gorczyca, John Frederick, 347 
Goren, Alan Charles, 347 
Gordon, Merle Rhona, 347 
Gordon, Samuel Richless, 347 
Gorham, Janet Ann, 347 
Gori, Andrew Frank, 347 
Gosciminski, Cus, 237 
Gotowala, Rita Marie, 347 
Gould, Joanne Lynn, 347 
Gould, Richard Bernard, 347 
Gounares, Cynthia Elaine, 347 
Govenar, Robert Gerald, 347 
Gowdey, Jean Giarg, 347 
Gowen, Nancy T., 347 
Gowen, Richard Austin, 347 
Grace, Donald Francis, 347 
Grady, Margaret Mary, 347 
Graves, Mary Kathryn, 348 
Graves, Christine Margargal, 348 
Graves, Linda Jane, 348 
Gray, Joseph J., 348 
Greek Week, 216-219 
Green, John Michael, 348 
Green, Leona, 348 
Greene, Alan David, 348 
Greene, Dennis James, 348 
Greene, Mark Edward, 348 
Gregoritch, Margaret, 281 
Gregory, Dick, 138 
Gregory, Joanna Lee, 348 
Greno, Michael A., 348 
Griffin, Elizabeth Anne, 348 
Griffin, John Edward, 348 
Griffith, Nancy Cameron, 348 
Crigware, Donald Edward, 348 
Grosnick, Allen Harold, 348 
Crudes, Paul J., 348 
Guidara, Francis William, 291, 

348 
Gumer, Elaine Joyce, 348 
Gumula, John Brian, 348 



Gurwitz, Lewis, 300,305,349 
Cuss, Charles Thomas, 349 
Gussow, Ellen Edythe, 349 
Gustafron, Carl Oscar, 349 
Gwodtz, Dorothy, 287,349 
Gymnastics, 122 



H 



Haarmann, Timothy Edward, 349 
Halbert, Mary Virginia, 349 
Haesaert, Susan, 349 
Hagspian, Judy, 349 
Hall, Jacquelyn, 304,349 
Hall, Jonathan Gernold, 349 
Hallessy, Sheila Mary, 349 
Halprin, Paula F.,349 
Halprin, Ronnie Lynn, 349 
Hamburg, Charles, 268 
Hammond, David Lee, 349 
Hammond, Joan Marie, 349 
Hamylak, Stefan, 349 
Hankey, Janet Ellen, 349 
Hanley, William Barry, 349 
Hannon, Barbara Ellen, 350 
Hanson, David B., 350 
Hanson, Margery Elaine, 350 
Happenings, 111 
Harlem Globetrotters, 118 
Harley, Virginia Ruth 
Harrigan, Janice Ann, 350 
Halsey, Susan, 349 
Harrigan, Mary Elizabeth, 350 
Harrington, Edward J., 350 
Harrington, Sue, 294 
Harris, Lois Carol, 350 
Harrod, James Abram, 350 
Hartley, Susan Beth, 350 
Hartmeyer, Nancy Dorothy, 350 
Hartrick, Toni Helen, 350 
Hartshorn, Lynda Jane, 350 
Hartzel,Paul Robert, 350 
Harvey, Maureen, 350 
Hastings, Sheryl Ann, 350 
Hathaway, Linda Lee, 350 
Hatherley, James, 291 
Hayden,John F.,350 
Hayes, David James, 350 
Hazel, Richard Floyd, 350 
Hazen, Dianne Joy, 351 
Headley, Donald Bruce, 351 
Headley, Joan Edward, 351 
Heap, Harold Alston, 351 
Heinicke, Sandra Jean, 351 
Helfen, Michael, 351 
Helms, Jimmy, 84 
Hennessey, Patricia Jane, 351 
Hennessey, William Joseph, 351 
Henning, Carol Elizabeth, 351 
Herchel, Henry John, 351 
Hero, Patricia Anne, 351 
Herrick, David W., 351 
Herrick, Lillian Elizabeth, 351 
Herrman, Margaret Anne, 351 
H.E.R. Weekend, 194-197 
Hettrick, Sara Draper, 351 
Hewitt, Robert W., 351 
Hewitt, Diane Marie, 351 
Heywood, Donna Joyce, 351 
Higgins, James Carlton, 351 
Hilferty, Ruthann Elizabeth, 351 
Hill, Harry C, Jr., 352 
Hill, Ed, 232 

Hill, Herbert David, 352 
Hill, Pamela M., 352 
Hines, Edward Lewis, 352 
Hines, Joan Stowers, 352 
Hinkley, Barbara Jean, 352 
Hintlian, Edward, 352 
Hirsch, Lenore Ann, 352 
Hirsch, Ronald, 352 
Hitov, Steven, 272 
Hjorth, Richard Norman, 352 
Hoare, Janice Elizabeth, 352 
Hochberg, Susan Rae, 352 



Hockey, 126-129 
Hoffman, Edwina Ann, 352 
Hoffman, Janet R., 352 
Hoffman, Robert Allen, 352 
Hoffman, Virginia L., 352 
Hogan, James, C, 352 
Hohenberger, H. Kenneth, 352 
Holik, Kathleen Jane, 352 
Holland, Anne Blair, 352 
Holt, Leslie Sharon, 353 
Holton, Paul Anthony, 305,353 
Homecoming, 106,111 
Home Economics, School of, 48- 

49 
Honor Societies, 68-69 
Honorary Societies, 254-255 
Hoogerzeil, Norma Wendy, 353 
Hopkins, Charles Franklin, 353 
Hopkins, Robert, 73 
Horenstein, Steven Barry, 353 
Horns, Lisa Sue, 353 
Horvitz, James Mark, 353 
Hosley, Bruce Alfred, 353 
Hunt, Cindy, 270 
Houghton, Ronald Carroll, 353 
Houlehan, Joan Alice 
Howard, Bruce Jack, 353 
Howard, Frank Lawrence, 353 
Howland, Jay, 353 
Howland, Jerry, 273 
Haye, Alan Charles, 353 
Hubley, Ralph I., 353 
Huggett, Deane Ralph, 353 
Hughes, Carol Ann, 353 
Hughes, Kenneth Brian, 353 
Hughes, Linda Dean, 354 
Hughes, Thomas Jefferson, 354 
Hugo, Joseph George, 354 
Humber, Jeffrey Lee, 233,354 
Hunsberger, Donald M., 354 
Hunt, Cynthia, 307,354 
Hurlbut, Michelene B., 354 
Hurwitz, George, 354 
Hutchins, Mary Elizabeth, 354 



Individualistic Expression, 213- 

214 
Ingallis, Robert Darrell, 354 
Inouye, Shirley Jean Cookie, 354 
Interlandi, Charles Joseph, 354 
Intramurals, Winter, 142 
lota Gamma LIpsilon, 275 
Ivonen, Helena Maria, 354 



Jack, Charles William, 354 
Jacaman, Frances Xavier, 354 
Jacbert, Raymond Abbott 
Jacobs, Robert David, 354 
Jacobsohn, Richard Harris, 268, 

354 
Jacobson, Martin Glen, 354 
Hubbard, Jane W., 353 
Joffee, Sandra, 354 
James, Leslie Ann, 354 
Jamner, Renate Celia, 355 
Jandrow, Richard Edmund, 355 
Jankowski, Joan Mary, 355 
Jay, Pamela Ann, 355 
Jekanoski, David John, 355 
Jenkins, Verna Mae, 355 
Jermyn, Robert Alan, 355 
Jette, Richard Alfred, 355 
J.F.K. Memorial Concert, 116 
Johnian, Carol Touran, 355 
Johnson, Careu, 277 
Johnson, Jay Anne, 355 
Johnson, Kenneth, 75 
Johnson, Martin Edward, 355 
Johnson, Nancy Ellen, 355 
Johnson, Richard, 288 
Johnson, Russell A. 
Johnston, Evan, 74 



Johnston, Ronald, 355 
Jones, Anne M., 355 
Jones, Charles Bruce, 355 
Joyce, Elaine, 281,355 
Joyce, Neil James, 355 
Judge, John F., 355 
Judiciaries, 261 
Judo Club, 251 
Judson, Phyllis Margaret, 355 



K 



Kaczynski, Michelle Anne, 356 
Kagan, Elaine Emily, 356 
Kagan, Nancy Barbara, 356 
Kaitz, Susan Barbara, 356 
Kalikow, Martin, 356 
Kalish, Steyen Joseph, 356 
Kallfa, Andrea Alicia 
Kalleo, Eileen Maria, 356 
Kamienski, Gary J,, 356 
Kamila, Daye, 162 
Kamp, Carl Henry, 356 
Kane, James Robert, 356 
Kane, Janet Ann, 356 
Kane, Kathy, 294,356 
Kaplan, Barbara Ruth, 356 
Kappa, Dianne, 356 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 275 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 277 
Kappa Sigma, 278 
Karagosian, Linda Suzanne, 356 
Karlson, Michael S., 355 
Karman, Carol Deardre, 356 
Karp, Stanley, 356 
Karpinski, Thomas C, 356 
Kasayana, Toby, 123 
Kasmer, Roger John, 357 
Kassner, Janice Ruth, 357 
Katz, Arlene Benita, 357 
Katz, Marilyn Gail 
Kaufman, Deborah E., 357 
Keck, Marilynn Alice, 357 
Keedy, Vincent William, Jr., 357 
Kelcourse, Charles Ronald, 357 
Kelley, Ernest William, 357 
Kelly,' Cathy, 357 
Kelley, Kathleen Patricia, 357 
Kelliher, John Joseph, 357 
Kelty, James Francis, 357 
Kenney, Barbara Jane, 357 
Kenney, Joyce Ann, 357 
Kent, Denise Gordon, 357 
Keough, Robert Paul, 357 
Kershaw, Richard Royle, 357 
Kessler, Donald Bruce, 357 
Keyes, Scott Wellington, 357 
Kilian, Paul Clark, 358 
Killilea, Richard Don, 358 
Kimball, Gary Ross, 358 
King, Bruce W., 358 
King, Christine Frances, 358 
King, John, 271 
Kingsbury, Ann L., 358 
Kirton, John Buchan, 358 
Kiser, Karol Ann, 358 
Kish, David O, 358 
Kistler, Philip Allen, 358 
Kitlredge, Frank Holmes, 358 
Kjeldsen, Eric, 125 
Klaes, William H., 358 
Klein, Elaine Phyllis, 358 
Klein, Elliot Harley, 358 
Klein, Russell Jay, 358 
Kleindienst, Margaret A., 358 
Kliska, John Joseph, Jr., 358 
Klorer, Paul James, 358 
Knott, Peter Binder, 359 
Knight, David Hathaway, 358 
Knight, Jane Carol, 359 
Knight, Jayne Elizabeth, 359 
Koenig, John Ronald, 359 
Koffman, Michael L., 359 
Kolodzinksi, Carol Ann, 359 
Konovalow, Leo, 359 



Kopek, Carol Ann, 359 
Kopeski, Frank John, 359 
Kopiecki, Barbara, 225 
Kopp, Pamela Marie, 359 
Koppel, Robert Malcolm, 359 
Kordex, Walters., 359 
Kosciusko, Maryann V., 359 
Kostecki, Robert Roger, 359 
Kowalski, Sonia Mary, 359 
Kramer, Eric Marshall, 359 
Kramer, Stephen, 259 
Krayetz, Beyerly R. 359 
Kriensky, Melinda Lee, 359 
Kriger, Phillip Mark, 359 
Krinsky, Stephen, 305 
Krol, Robert M. 359 
Kruse, Carol-Ann, 350 
Kucab, Thomas Joseph, 350 
Kuczarski, Karen M., 360 
Kuja, Edwina Catherine, 360 
Kulersus, John Edward, 360 
Kuzmeskus, Beth W., 360 



LaBrecque, Ron, 237 
Lacrosse, 190-193 
Lacy, Mary Alice, 360 
Ladd, Dorothy S., 360 
Laflesh, Emily Gnacek, 360 
Lagasse, Richard Arthur, 360 
Lahtinen, William B., 360 
Laidley, William Robert, 360 
Laird, Janet Lee, 360 
Lajoie, Brian Alan, 350 
LaLiberte, David M., 360 
Lalikos, Marietta A., 360 
Lallas, Cheryl Joe, 360 
Lambda Delta Phi, 279 
Lambda Chi Alpha, 280 
Lamkin, Kenneth, 360 
Lamontagne, Jerome, 360 
Lanchansky, Paula, 275 
Landis, Judy, 361 
Landry, Gregory, 89,300,305,351 
Landry, Robert Joseph, 361 
Lang, Carol Joan, 361 
Lang, David, 361 
Lang, Mary Louise, 361 
Langdoc, Jeannine Marie, 351 
Langlois, Linda Marie, 361 
Language Labs, 52-53 
Lanyon, Mary Justine, 361 
Lapin, Joel David, 361 
Lapointe, Carl Philip, 361 
LaPointe, Robert Charles, 361 
Larkin, Francis Bernard, 361 
Larkin, Jean Marie, 361 
Larose, Joseph Alfred, III, 361 
Larson, Anne Louise, 361 
Larson, David, 157 
Larvey, Arthur West, 361 
Latremouille, Robert James, 361 
Laughlin, Richard, 283 
Laukkaren, Elaine Marie, 361 
Lauziere, Elise Frances, 351 
Lawrence, Charles Ludger, 352 
Lawrence, David Michael, 352 
Lawrence, Janice Kay, 362 
Lawson, Douglas Robert, 362 
Lazarus, Judy Phyllis, 362 
Lazotti, Robert, 362 
Leach, Stephanie, 304,362 
Lear, Robert Stanley, 362 
Leary, Barbara Evelyn, 352 
Lebeau, Jacqueline Ann, 352 
Lebow, Professor Howard, 60 
Lechtur, Clifford Paul, 362 
Leclair, Robert, 123 
President Lederle, 82,75-77 
Ledgard, Kenneth H., 362 
Lee, Nancy Ann, 362 
Lefort, Gary Leonce, 362 
Lehrer, Mary Lewis, 362 
Leiand, Laurence Arthur, 362 



Lemieux, Jean Anne, 362 
Lemire, Lois E., 362 
Lenn, Helena, 362 
Leonard, Judith Ellen, 362 
Lerner, Elliot Donald, 363 
Lerner, Philip David, 363 
Levan, George Martin, 353 
Levandow, Barbara, 363 
Levco, Stanley Michael, 363 
Levenson, Ronald Laurence, 

363 
Levine, Harriet Leora, 363 
Levine, Marilyn, 363 
Levine, Phyllis, 363 
Levreault, Elizabeth Rennick, 

353 
Levy, Richard A., 363 
Lewenberg, Peter, 258 
Lewis, Linda, 353 
Lewis, Patricia, 363 
Lewis, Robert Thomas, 363 
Lieberman, Phylis Ronni, 363 
Light & Sound Show, 110-111 
L'il Abner, 131 
Liley, Paul T., 363 
Lindblom, Dennis Lee, 363 
Lindgren, Christine Helen, 363 
Little, Richard Charles, 354 
Liquori, William John, 364 
Lisack, John, 364 
Livesey, Ronald Victor, 364 
Lizia, Stephen Edward, 364 
Lockhart, Charles Barton, 354 
Lomas, Roger John, 354 
Lombardelei, Henry Peter, 364 
London, Beth B.,364 
Looney, Robert E., Jr., 364 
Loss, Miriam, 364 
Loughlin, Richard James, 364 
Lilius, Byran E., 353 
Linberg, Karen, 363 
Low, Bruce, 305,364 
Lowenstein, Sharyn Sondra, 354 
Lowney, Barbara Anna, 364 
Lund, Barbara Anne, 354 
Lussier, Eugene Donald, 364 
Lydon, Rosemary, 354 
Lyiis, David, 282 
Lylis, Theodore Charles, 354 
Lynch, Robert Richard, 355 



M 



MacCullum, Wayne Fowler, 366 
MacDonald, Nancy Ellen, 365 
MacDonnell, Aline, 279 
MacGregor, Marilyn Joyce, 366 
Maclsaac, Steven J., 355 
Mackey, Elizabeth Marie, 355 
Mackey, Jane Millicent, 367 
McAfee, Paula Evelyn, 365 
McArdle, Barbara Jeanne, 365 
McArdle, Michael, 93 
McCallum, Joan, 365 
McCarthy, David Francis, 365 
McCarthy, Richard J., 365 
McCarthy, William Charles, 365 
McCarthy, Robert 
McCluskey, Richard Joseph, 365 
MacKenzie, Mary Ellen, 367 
Mackey, Barbara Ruth, 367 
Mackey, Donna Elizabeth, 367 
Mackey, Elizabeth Anne, 357 
MacLeod, Edward, 357 
Macomber, Robert Thacher, 367 
Macoul, Pamela Jean, 367 
Macycove, Alice Ann, 367 
Madden, Barbara Ann, 367 
Maddow, Thomas Joseph, 367 
Madsen, Carol Ann, 367 
Magane, Karen, 357 
Magarian, John, 357 
Maginness, Nancy Anne, 367 
Majka, Richard Daniel, 367 
Makeew, Nina, 357 



Makhambra, Peter Elizar, 367 

MacLean, Lila, 357 

Madrigal Singers, 245 

Malinski, Patricia, 367 

Mamulski, David, 368 

Man Chan, Norman, 368 

Mancusi, Robert, 288 

Mandel, Carol, 368 

Mandracia, Christine, 239,368 

Mangan, Ruth, 368 

Mangurian, Glenn, 232 

Mania, Ronald, 368 

Maniscalco, William, 368 

Mankut, Noreen, 358 

Manning, Joan, 358 

Mansfield, Carol, 368 

Marcus, Larry, 233 

Marean, William, 368 

Marino, William, 368 

Markarian, Paul, 368 

Markot, Jay, 368 

Maroon Keys, 254 

Marquis, Alan, 358 

Marrama, Phillip, 358 

Marshall, Robert, 358 

Marsten, Margo, 358 

Martin, Lenore, 358 

Martin, Marklyn, 358 

Martin, Nancy, 369 

Mascioli, Robert, 369 

Mason, Ellen, 369 

Mason, Peter, 369 

Massachusetts Index, 238- 
240 

Matous, Patricia, 369 

Matthews, Patricia, 369 

Mattson, John, 369 

Maxfield, Janice lone 

Maxwell, Margaret, 286,369 

May, George, 369 

Maynard, Marie, 369 

McCulloch, CarolAnne, 365 

McCullough, Ruth, 365 

McCusker, Charles Anthony, 
365 

McCutcheon, Philip Brooks, 
111,365 

McDonald, Gail Barbara, 365 

McDonald, Jean Carol, 365 

McDonald, Richard, Emmett, 
365 

McDonough, Robert, 278 
McDough, Lindas., 365 
Mcelwey, David William, 355 

McCee, George E., 365 
McGee, Lawrence Elliott, 355 
McGovern, Alexander Joseph, 

365 
McGrath, Edmund Roy, 365 
McGuire, Robert Arthur, 366 
McKay, Ellen Robinson, 356 
McKenna, Timothy James, 366 
McKinley, Michael Davlin, 366 
McKinley, Michael Davlin, 365 
McKinstry, Dennis M., 366 
McMahon, Jane Marie, 366 
McMahon, Kathleen Mary, 365 
McMahon, Lois Anne, 366 
McMullen, Dorothy Anne, 365 
McNanara, Kendra Lee, 366 
McNamara, Sheila Kathleen, 

366 
McRevey, Sheila, 228 
Medeiras, Alfred Joseph, 369 
Medeiras, Edward Michael, 359 
Medeiras, Joyce Ann, 369 
Meehan, James Dennis, 369 
Mees, Leonard Roger, 369 
Megill, Ellen B.,369 
Megigsky, Carol Jane, 239,369 
Meissner, Davrd R., 369 
Melanson, John Eric, 359 
Melchiori, Marilyn, 275 
Mellor, Erwin Thomas, 370 



Menard, Irene Ann, 370 
Menovich, Anita, 370 
Men's Choir, 244 
Mentes, Beverly Jane, 370 
Meo, Robert Michael, 370 
Mercier, Jeanne Carol, 370 
Meriam, Cynthia Ann Hayes, 

370 
Meriam, Dwight Haines, 370 
Merrill, Eric, 370 
Merryman, Donna, 370 
Messina, Anthony Stanley, 370 
Metawampee Award, 70-71 
Metzler, Michael H., 111,370 
Meyer, Arthur Grover, 370 
Meyer, David Michael, 370 
Michael, Gail Ann, 370 
Michalski, Ronald John, 370 
Michaud, Andrew David, 370 
Mieike, Ernest Joseph, 370 
Mialiaccio, Donald A., 370 
Mihovan, Betsy P., 370 
Milgram, Beverly, 371 
Military Ball, 210-211 
Miller, Betsey H., 371 
Miller, Donna S.,371 
Miller, Peters., 371 
Miller, Philip D., 371 
Millette, Richard P., 371 
Milley, Richard E., 240,371 
Mills, Kerry H.,371 
Misiaszek, Richard T., 371 
Mitchell, David S.,371 
Mitchell, Jim, 89 
Mize, Jacquelyn A., 371 
Mlinar, Paul, 93,371 
Mohan, Donna M. 71 
Molliver, Mashall E., 371 
Molofsky, Sara E., 371 
Mouprode, Gail, 294,371 
Moore, Richard A., 371 
Moray, Elizabeth, 371 
More, Thomas A., 371 
Moresi, John L.,371 
Morgan, David H., 372 
Morocco, John P., 372 
Moroney, Robert W., 372 
Morrison, William A., 372 
Morris, Sandra P., 372 
Morrissey, Paul R., 372 
Morse, Avy M., 372 
Morse, Donald P., 372 
Morse, Robert Allen, 372 
Morse, Susan A., 372 
Mortarboard, 255 
Mortellite, Dianne Marie, 372 
Moselye, John Frank, 372 
Moses, Anthony Thomas, 372 
Moses, Robert Albert, 372 
Moss, Stephen Mitchell 372 
Mother of Voices, 241 
Mott, Michael J., 372 
Moughan, Virginia A., 372 
Moulthrop, Judith Ann, 372 
Moulton, James Charles, 372 
Moynihan, Stephen Edward, 

372 
Mozzicato, Lois Angela, 373 
Mroczkowski, Elizabeth 

Eleanora, 373 
Mucha, Mary, 373 
Mueller, Peter R., 373 
Muldoon, Patricia Ann, 373 
Mulvihill, John M., 373 
Munson, Michael W., 373 
Murley, Daneil 278 
Murphy, Eileen, 373 
Murphy, Ellen Lee, 373 
Murphy, June Catherine, 373 
Murphy, Richard Lee, 373 
Murphy, William P., 373 
Murphy, William Henry, 373 
Murray, Dennis P., 373 
Murray, Michael Howard, 373 



Musante, Elizabeth Ann, 373 

Muse, Jacklyn, 373 

Music, Department of, 50-61 

Musigals, 249 

Myers, Martha Dennehy, 373 

Mylott, Katherine Anne, 374 



N 



Nadeau, Leslie Anne, 374 
Naglin, Barbara Ann, 374 
Naiads, 251 

Nanartonis, Shari Elaine, 374 
Nathanson, David, 374 
Neal, Beverly Ann, 374 
Nebb, Judtih Paula, 374 
Neddleman, Paula Cheryl, 374 
Neighen, Stephen, 289 
Neiner, Randi Alane, 374 
Nelson, Karen Lee, 374 
Nelson, Robert Alain, 374 
Nemo, William, J. 
Neso, Thomas William, 374 
Nesson, Patricia, 374 
Neufeld, Elizabeth, 307,374 
Newingham, Bonnie Sue, 374 
Newman, Otto R., 374 
Newton, Donald George, 374 
Newton, Prances Alana, 374 
Nichols, Judith Ann, 374 
Nickerson, Janice Elaine, 375 
Niederjohn, Wayne Mariun, 375 
Nocella, John Edward, 375 
Noffsinger, Mark, 72 
Nolan, Brian Moakley, 375 
Nolan, Daniel J., Jr., 375 
Noone, Patrick Joseph, 375 
Norton, Nancy Ellen, 375 
Norwood, Terry Lee, 375 
Nowak, Kenneth, 167 
Nowak, Robert Stanley, 375 
Ntokotha, Enock Mangwiyo, 375 
Nugent, William Joseph, 375 
Nyer, Neonard, 292 
Nylen, Karen E., 375 



o 



Oberman, Sharon Lee, 375 
O'Connor, Susan Marie, 375 
Odomirak, Ann Catherine, 375 
O'Donnell, Roger Hugh, 375 
O'Donnell, Sally Ann, 375 
Ohanian, Paula Eunice, 375 
Ojanen, John F., 375 
Oksanen, Steven John, 376 
Olanoff, Cheryl, Hinda, 376 
Olanyk, Mary Ellen, 376 
O'Leary, Daniel Michael, 376 
O'Leary, Francis Howard, 376 
Olinsky, Sue Ann, 376 
Olivari,John Robert, 376 
Olson, Gustave David, 376 
Once Upon a Mattress, 130 
O'Neil, Judith Margaret, 376 
Operetta Guild, 131 
Oppenheimer, Robert Gould, 

376 
Orazi, Marci, 221 
Ordway, Carol Modena, 376 
O'Reilly, Kevin, 292 
Osborn, Jane Marie, 376 
Ostroff, Leonard Steven, 376 
O'Sullivan, Malcolm Joseph, 375 
O'Toole, David Richard, 375 
Ovanes, Robert Thomas, 376 
Owen, Marjorie A., 376 
Ozuransky, Judith A., 375 



Pacheco, Paul Thomas, 376 
Padykula, Michaelene Prances, 

376 
Page, Judith Elaine, 377 
Pagnini, Susan Marie, 377 



Pajak, Robert William, 377 
Palardy, Gary H., 377 
Palermo, Sharon Marie, 377 
Palmer, Ellen Pern, 377 
Palmer, Gale P. ,377 
Palmer, Stephen Charles, 377 
Palubeckus, Aurelia, 281,377 
Paolino, Lawrence, 377 
Pappas, Charles Cris, 377 
Paquette, Ceroid George, 377 
Parachute, 251 
Parady, Martha Allen, 277 
Paranya, Jane, 377 
Parent, Clifford Bruce, 377 
Parent, Deborah Louise, 377 
Paris, Martin Lewis, 377 
Paris, Richard Sherman, 377 
Parthum, Richard Clark, 377 
Paseltiner, Merryl Tina, 377 
Pass-Fail Program, 28-29 
Patriquin, Jean Anne, 378 
Payson, Ronald, 378 
Peabody, Carlton Edward, 111, 

378 
Pearce, Patricia Anne, 378 
Pearce, Richard Ellis, 378 
Pease, Edward Hintington, 378 
Pellegrino, Carol Barbara, 378 
Pekkla, Bruce, 378 
Pelow, Kathleen Pelow, 378 
Peltier, Richard Edward, 378 
Penski, Anthony P., 378 
Pentland, Jane E., 378 
Pemziner, Susan Beth, 378 
Peoples, David B., 378 
Percy, Virginia Rae, 378 
Perkins, Richard, 304,378 
Perlman, Robert Stephen, 378 
Perlstein, Hanna, 378 
Perrone, Judith Sutherland, 378 
Perseverance, 132-133 
Peterson, David Carl, 379 
Peterson, Gary Roy, 379 
Peterson, Ronald Carleton, 379 
Petow, Patricia, 303,379 
Pfaifle, Kenneth Robert, 379 
Phelps, Marcus George, 379 
Phelps, Sandra, 379 
Philbrook, Russell, 379 
Phillips, Diana, 379 
Phi Mu Delta, 291 
Phi Sigma Delta, 292 
Phi Sigma Kappa, 293 
Physical Education, School of, 

38-39 
Pi Beta Phi, 281 
Pi Lambda Phi, 282 
Piche, Dianne Estelle, 379 
Pieslak, Nancy Ann, 379 
Pietryka, Prank Joseph, 379 
Pike, Jane E., 379 
Pinkham, Cheryl Ann, 379 
Place, Carol Donna, 379 
Placement Office, 298-299 
Plankey, Jean Louise, 379 
Piatt, Susan Jane, 379 
Plyer, David Alan, 379 
Podles, Diane Louise, 379 
Polchlopek, Phyllis Ann, 379 
Polidoro, William Philip, 380 
Pomeroy, Tammy, 285 
Pontbrianet, Virginia Marion, 

380 
Ponte, Joel Barry, 380 
Ponte, John Barry 
Porteous, Donald Philip 
Poshkus, Gerald Michael, 380 
Potter, Grace Ann, 380 
Pottern, Leslie James, 380 
Pouliot, William Adelard, 380 
Pratt, Harold Leslie, 380 
Pratt, Robert James, 380 
Pratte, Claire L., 380 
Preston, Martha, 380 



Powers, Mary, 380 
Pratt, Lea, 380 
Precisionettes, 252 
Preziosi, Joseph Michael, 380 
Prior, Richard B., 380 
Professor, 30-32 
Proko, Barbara Josephine, 380 
Propper, Eugene Michael, 380 
Prouty, Stephen Leguern, 381 
Prusky, Michael, 381 
Przybyszewski, Philip, 272 
Pudio, William John, 381 
Puhala, James Paul, 381 
Pulverenti, Nancy Gail, 381 
Pustis, Constance L., 381 
Putnam, John Edward, 381 
Putnam, Karl Lawrence, 381 
Pyne, Susan Lee, 381 



Q 



Q.T.V.,283 

Quarrington, Judith P., 381 

Queens, 220-225 

Quigley, Mary Ellen, 275,381 

Quigley, Phyllis Rose, 381 

Quincy, Julie Anne, 281,381 

Quinlan, David Martin, 381 



R 



Radvilas, Ronald Stanley, 381 
Rainifoinen, Joanne V., 381 
Rainville, Robert Francis, 381 
Rakouskas, Michael Gerard, 381 
Rand, Gregory Alan, 381 
Rankin, James Theodore, 381 
Rappaport, Bette H., 382 
Rappaport, Robert Howard, 382 
Rauseo, Joyce Marie, 381 
Raymond, Lawrence Francis, 381 
Raymore, Peter Kent 
Rebecchi, Janice Barbara, 270, 

382 
Redfern, Leo, 74 
Redfield, Sharon Lee, 382 
Reed, Joseph, 125 
Regan, Regan P., 382 
Registration, 24-25 
Rehborn, Bonnie Lee, 382 
Reinhart, Leah Holt, 382 
Reis, Katherine Stacia, 382 
Religious Organizations, 247-248 
Rennie, Neil, 239 
Restaurant & Hotel 

Management, 46-47 
Reuben, Michael Irwin, 382 
Reuben, Michael Irwin, 382 
Revelers, 256-257 
Reynolds, David, 303 
Reynolds, Ellen Marie, 382 
Rheaume, Richard John, 382 
Rheault, Roland, 269 
Rhodes, Eugene Garth 
Ribeiro, Carlos, 382 
Ricci, Dr. Benjamin, 38 
Rici, Thomas A., 382 
Richard, Harry Paul, 382 
Richards, F.Paul, 382 
Reilly, Karen, 382 
Richard, John Charles, 383 
Richardson, Earle Clifton, 383 
Richardson, Paul Michael, 383 
Richardson, Patricia Jayne, 383 
Ricklaus, Howard Allen, 383 
Rigazio, Mario Anthony, 383 
Righteous Brothers, 152-153 
Rigney, Raymond, 291 
Rimmer, Phyllis Ellen, 383 
Ringoen, Alan Andrew, 383 
Risch, Dianne Phyllis, 383 
Rispler, Stuart Ray, 383 
Ritzi, Earl Michael, 383 
Ritter, Sandra Joanne, 383 
Rivet, Diane M., 383 



Rizzo, Maria E., 383 
Roberts, Sawrence Reeder, 383 
Roberts, Marie Ruth, 383 
Rochi, Virginia Gail, 383 
Robleski, Paula Mae, 383 
Robichaud, Annette Marie, 383 
Robinson, Bud & CeCe, 149 
Robound. Anthonv Lee, 384 
Rodgers, Robert McCann, 383 
Roduell. John Dennis, 384 
Rogers. W alter Edmund, 384 
Roland, Jane E., 384 
Romano, Angela, 384 
Roones , Marvellen Kathleen, 384 
Root, Carolyn Ann, 384 
Rose, Andrea Ruth, 384 
Rose, Dorene Louise, 384 
Rosenburg, Irma S.,384 
Rosenburg, Gerald Saffron, 384 
Rosenburv, Marjorie Dee, 384 
Rollason, Ruth, 384 
Rosen, Frances, 384 
Rosenfield, Carolyn Patricia, 384 
Rossborough, Cynthia Alden, 384 
Rossow, Richard Alan, 384 
R.O.T.C. Commissioning 

Ceremony, 312,313 
Roth, Joy R.,384 
Roulind, Mary Alice, 384 
Roupenian, Armen Leon, 384 
Rowley, Doris Jeanette, 385 
Rov, Mary Donna, 385 
Royal, Frederick, 385 
Rozzi, Louise Maria, 385 
Rubbins, Sandra N, 385 
Rubenstein, Harold C, 385 
Rubin, Andrew, 289 
Ruckman, Joseph D., 385 
Ruckstuhl, Susan Irene, 270,385 
Ruder, Arleen Susan, 385 
Rudsten, Sherry Marlene, 385 
Rush, Gerald A., 385 
Russell, Catherine Francis, 385 
Russell, Gail Ellen, 385 
Russo, Paula Ann, 286,385 
Ryan, Edmond John, 385 
Ryan, Mary Sheila, 301,303,385 
Ryder, Mitch, 109 
Rynn, Maureen Frances, 385 
Rupport, Judith, 385 
Ruwet, Marie FHelene, 385 
Rzeszutek, Jeanne M., 385 



5 



Saart, James David, 386 
Sahlak, Sandra Jean, 386 
Sackett, Raymond, 386 
Sachs, Jeanette, 385 
Sackmary, Regina Joyce, 386 
Sadowski, Richard, 238,301,303, 

386,414 
Sager, Joyce Garlick, 386 
Sagese, Alfred E., Jr., 386 
St. Laurent, Paul Joseph, 393 
Saitto, Pamela Ann, 386 
Salinetti, William Bernard, 386 
Salomon, Diane Myra, 385 
Salhus, Marcella Denise, 386 
Sale, Robert Leonard, 386 
Saltus, Edgar Richard, 385 
Salvatore, Claudia, 386 
Samour, Carol Anne, 386 
Sampson, Bonalyn Lee, 386 
Sanborn, Jeff, 126 
Sanborn, John Warthen, 386 
Sanderson, Lesli Elizabeth, 386 
Sandhaus, John L., 238,386 
Sandonato, Linda Maria, 387 
Sandstrom, Marilyn L., 387 
Sanford, Lee Merritt, 387 
Sanlerre, Kim Roland, 387 
Santucci, Robert John, 387 
Sara), Joyce, Mae, 387 
Sargent, Phillips Hill Jr., 387 



Sarty, Howard L., Jr., 387 
Sarno, Gerry, 273 
Sawyer, Robert, 272,387 
Sayre, Mary Eleanor, 387 
Scabbard and Blade, 252 
Scalon, Gerry, 229 
Scannell, Jane Ellen, 387 
Schaffner, Donna, 387 
Schiller, DayidO., 387 
Schlesinger, Arthur, 139 
Schmaly, Mary Louise, 387 
Schmidt, Diane G., 387 
Schmidt, Douglas Lou, 387 
Schmidt, Karen Lee, 387 
Schmidt, Leonard Everett, 387 
Schmoyer, Marianne, 302,387 
Schmuck, Nancy Lovett, 387 
Schneider, Arnold Marc, 388 
Schonbeck, Gary Carl, 388 
School of Education, 34-35 
School of Home Economics, 48- 

49 
Schweiger, Myra Elaine, 388 
Scayland, Richard Eugene, 388 
Scott, Elizabeth Ann, 388 
Scott, James Leonard, 388 
Scozzari, Angela, C, 388 
Scrolls, 255 

Scull, Barbara Jean, 388 
Sears, Stephen Allen, 388 
Seely, William, 388 
Segae, Michael Bruce, 388 
Seidel, Paul, 282 
Seifer, Linda Gay, 388 
Sena, Christine Gabrielle, 388 
S.E.N. D.O.F.F. Weekend, 118- 

121 
Severy, Arabella McClintock, 

388 
Shane, Howard, 289 
Shane, Roberta, 388 
Shapiro, Martin, 232 
Sharac, JoAnn Susan, 388 
Shattuck, William Arthur, 388 
Shauganessy, J. Michael, 268 
Shaughnessy, Julianne, 388 
Shaw, Lincoln G., Jr., 388 
Shaw, Pamela Joy, 388 
Shaw, Sherry Lynne, 389 
Shear, Judith Ann, 389 
Sheehan, Eileen Mary, 389 
Sheely, Patricia Lynn, 389 
Sheffer, Mary Lousie, 389 
Sheldon,Carol Anne, 389 
Shepard, Ronald, 389 
Sherman, Ida Leah, 389 
Sherman, Jeffry Bruce, 389 
Sherman, John Fleming, Jr., 389 
Sherman, Kenneth Bruce, 389 
Sherman, Linda Gail, 389 
Shields, Jane, 275 
Shields, Nancy, 279,389 
Shernock, Arlene Gail, 389 
Shine, Richard Augustine, 389 
Shippee, Lindsay Allen, 389 
Shulda,Karen Ann, 389 
Shuman, Linda Beth, 389 
Sebley, Frederic Frederic 

Francis, 389 
Sigma Alpha Mu, 284 
Sigma Delta Tau, 285 
Sigma Kappa, 286 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, 287 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 288 
Silton, Robert, 282 
Silva, Judith Ann, 389 
Silverman, Janet Harriet, 390 
Sinicox, Henry Joseph, 390 
Simkins, Druce F., 390 
Simon & Carfunkel, 120 
Simonds, Nancy, 277,390 
Simpson, Bruce Gorrlon, 390 
Simpson, Thomas D., 390 
Sinclair, Kenneth Paul, 390 



Sirulnik, Lydia Lee, 390 
Sisson, Edward, 390 
Siswick, Dudley Thomas, 390 
Sitek, Barry Francis, 390 
Sjoquist, Elaine Faith, 390 
Skerritt, Joan Elaine, 390 
Ski Club, 250 
Skiing, 162-163 
Skinner, Shari M., 390 
Slack, Janyce Elaine (Demone), 

390 
Slack, Peter Tracy, 390 
Sloan, Laurel Susan, 390 
Slocum, Marjorie, 390 
Sinead, Gregory Habart, 390 
Smith, Edith Greetham, 390 
Smith, Ernest, 93,391 
Smith, Eugene Thomas, III, 391 
Smith, John Richardson, 391 
Smith, Kathy, 276,391 
Smith, Kenneth R., Jr., 391 
Smith, Margaret Wiltrude, 391 
Smith, Marilyn Rochelle, 391 
Smith,Martin Allard, 391 
Smith, Mary Margaret, 391 
Smith, Rita Renee, 391 
Smith, Roger Jeffrey, 391 
Smith, Sandra, 391 
Smith, Sonja Mary, 391 
Smoat, Joyce Ann, 391 
Snell, Andrea Gail, 391 
Snow, William Charles, 391 
Snyder, Ellayne Elias, 391 
Snyder, Marilyn, 285 
Snyder, Suzanne Carol, 391 
Snyder, Theo Francis, 391 
Soccer, 112-115 
Soffan, James, 391 
Sahl, Charles William, 392 
Solomon, Edward Lee, 392 
Solomon, June Ellen, 392 
Southard, Robert Young, 392 
Southwest Patriots, 257 
Southwest Weekend, 188-189 
Souweine, Leon Edmund, 392 
Spartus, Anthony George, 392 
Spatola, Glenn Joseph Mark, 

392 
Spears, Peter Finlay, 392 
Speehler, Michelle Gail, 392 
Spectrum, 241 

Speech, Department of, 54-57 
Speiko, John Thomas, 392 
Spellman, James Michael, 392 
Spencer, Avery Holmes, 392 
Speranzo, Nicholas Stephan, 

392 
Spirit Groups, 256-257 
Sports Clubs, 250-251 
Spring Candids, 178-179 

Atmosphere — Color 
Spring Introduction, 174-175 
Spice, Robert Elton, 392 
Spurling, Dennis Michael, 392 
Stanfield, Robert, 30-31 
Stanells, Raymond, 392 
Starr, Nancy Ellen, 392 
Starzak, CarolJ.,392 
Statesmen, 249 
Stedman, Rebecca, 232 
Steel, Stephen Hales, 392 
Steele, M. Susan, 392 
Stefanik, Katherine Barbara, 

393 
Stefanik, Stephen, 303,393 
Stefin, Linda Gail, 393 
Sterling, Kenneth A., 393 
Stern, Marc Mitchell, 393 
Stevens, Barbara Delmalino, 

393 
Stevens, Donna Marie, 393 
Stevens, Kent, 93,393 
Stewart, Sarah Settle, 393 
Stibolt, Nancy Kirsten, 393 



Stiles, Lauren Helen, 393 
Stone, Gwendolyn Irene, 393 
Stone, Harvey, 393 
Story, Richard W., 393 
Strattner, Gregory Peter, 393 
Strauss, Neil Martin, 393 
Student, The, 32-33 
Student Senate, 230-231 
Stys, Natalie Elizabeth, 393 
S.U.G. Board, 229 
Sullinger, Helen, 393 
Sullivan, Barbara Jane, 296,393 
Sullivan, Herbert Alfred, 394 
Sullivan, James Francis, 394 
Sullivan, Karen Marie, 394 
Sullivan, Kathleen Maura, 394 
Sundquist, Nancy Jean, 394 
Susco, Diane Elizabeth, 394 
Sussman, Steven Alan, 394 
Sutherland, Douglas Francis, 

394 
Swain, Leslie Elizabeth, 394 
Swanson, Paul Eriand, 394 
Swanson, Walter John, 394 
S.W.A.P.,248 

Swartz, Nathaniel Herbert, 394 
Sweeney, Frank Patrick, 394 
Sweet, Gerald Alan, 394 
Swenson, E. Kent, 394 
Swenson, Paula Davis, 394 
Swierzbin, Lynne Joyce, 394 
Swift, Terry Lee, 394 
Swimming, 166-167 
Swistak, Anthony John, 394 
Swithenbank, Brenda Jean, 394 
Swords, Shirley Claire, 395 
Sylva, Joseph Lawrence, 395 
Swimming, 166 
Symphony Band, 242,243 



T 



Tabbor,Joan H., 395 
Tabloshi, Theodore Francis, 395 
Tacy, William J., 395 
Tailby, Mary Priscilla, 395 
Talucci, Virginia E., 395 
Tammaro, Sandra Jean, 395 
Tantum, Susan, 395 
Tassinari, Nancy Ann, 395 
Tau Epsilon Phi, 289 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, 290 
Taylor, Janet Ann, 395 
Taylor, Marjory R., 395 
Taylor, Pamela Ann, 395 
Taylor, Susan Elaine, 395 
Taymore, Maxine, 395 
Teacher, Andrea, 395 
Teittinen, Eric Paul, 395 
Teixerira, Richard Lionel, 395 
Templeton, John Joseph, 395 
Tennant, William, 395 
Tennis, 202-205 
Teperow, Carole A., 396 
Terban, Rosalyn, 275 
Theall, Pauline Joyce, 396 
ThetaChi,274 

Thomala, Marilyn Arline, 396 
Thomas, John Arthur, 396 
Thomas, Wayne, 147,233 
Thompson, Bradley John, 396 
Thompson, James Patrick, 396 
Thompson, Jay Kinsman, 396 
Thompson, Sherrie Ann, 396 
Thomson, Brian Edwin, 396 
Thomson, James William, 396 
Thorner, Laurence Philip, 396 
Thornton, E. Earl, 272 
Tibbetts, John A.,396 
Tiberii, David Arthur, 396 
Tiberii, Janice Regina, 396 
Tiberio, Ronald S., 395 
Tildon, Debr,] Lyn, 395 
Tilley, William Stephen, 396 



Times Square Two, 119 
Tindall, Billy, 159 
Tippo, Oswald, 75 
Tabacco, Joe, 232 
Tobin, Robert Irwin, 396 
Tomasi, Carl Anthony, 395 
Tomb, Susan M., 396 
Tompkins, Alvin Arthur, 397 
Toothaker, Lois Ann, 397 
Topulas, Sundra Nicholas, 397 
Towie, Christine Anne, 397 
Townsend, William Guy, 397 
Track, 186-187 

Trainor, Dennis Thomas, 397 
Tremblay, Daniel Henry, 397 
Trentham, Michael Christopher, 

397 
Tressler, Michael Barrett, 397 
Trivers, Peter L., 397 
Trombley, Ronald Raymond, 397 
Trowbridge, Trudy Anne, 397 
Tuber, Beverly, 397 
Tucker, John Douglas, 397 
Tully, Nancy Laraine, 397 
Tumma, Etel Lillian, 397 
Tunis, William, 72 
Turner, Mary Jean, 397 
Turner, Nancey Lois, 397 
Professor Turner, 68 
Turtles, 121 
Twombley, Janet K., 397 



u 



Uhlig, Diane Evelyn, 398 
Llniversity Chorus, 245 
Urban, Judith, 397 
LJrban, Lawrence Edward, 398 
Urizar, Anne Marie, 398 



V 



Vaccaro, Ronald Louis, 398 
Vaillette, Paul Kevin, 398 
Vajcovec, David, 293 
Vajcovec, Nancey Jane, 398 
Valkevich, Eileen Theresa, 398 
Vanasse, Robert, 283,398 
Vance, James E., 398 
Van De Water, Robert Holmes, 

398 
Vangemert, Barry, 398 



Vanjura, Gary B., 398 
Varohtsos, Mary Ann, 398 
Veneklasen, Sharson Lee, 398 
Vigeant, Gerald W., 398 
Virga, Patricia Helen, 398 
Vitello, Carol Ann, 398 
Vrijenhuek, Robert Charles, 398 
Vyce, Alexander, 398 



w 



Waden, Donald Norman, 398 
Wagenback, Jane, 399 
Wakeman, Cynthia Louise, 399 
Waldman, Jay Howard, 399 
Waldman, Lyne, 239 
Waldman, Neal Marx, 399 
Walkwitz, Donald Eugene, 399 
Wallace, Barbara Susanne, 399 
Walsh, Robert William, 399 
Walsh, William John, 399 
Waltzman, David Jonad, 399 
Wampler, David Alan, 399 
Waniewski, Michael Alexander, 

399 
Ward, Peter, 300 
Warner, Kent, 283 
Washington, Jackie, 121 
Wasserman, Sharon, 285,399 
Waterman, John Roger, 399 
Waters, David, 399 
Watson, Jean E., 399 
Watson, Patricia, 399 
Watson, Richard Thomas, 399 
Weagle, Donald Stanley, 399 
Weariness, 140-141 
Weaver, Ronald, 399 
Webb, Charles, 399 
Webber, David, 400 
Webster, Alan, 400 
Webster, Nancy, 400 
Weener, Barry, 400 
Wein,Jay, 288 
Weinberg, Caria, 400 
Weiner, Beverly, 400 
Weinerman, Chester, 302,400 
Weinstock, Susan, 400 
Weinstock, Wendy, 400 
Weisman, Steven, 232,268 
Welenc, Barbara, 400 
Welk, Franklin, 400 
Welker, Frank, 152 



Wells, Lynn, 224 
Wendell, Denise, 400 
Werlin,Jerald,400 
Westort, Denise, 400 
Weygand, Gayle, 400 
Wheat, James, 400 
White, Caryn, 400 
White, Donald, 400 
White, Gerald, 400 
White, Margaret, 400 
White, Paul, 401 
White, Warren, 401 
Whitrin, Steven, 401 
Whitney, Lisa, 401 
Wiacek, Edward, 401 
Wilbur, Ronald, 288 
Wiley, Charlotte, 401 
Williams, John W., 401 
Williams, Marshall, 401 
Williams, Mary, 401 
Williams, Paul, 401 
Willis, John, 401 
Williston, Doand,401 
Willoughby, Doanld,401 
Wilson, Joel, 232 
Wilson, Kathryn, 401 
Wilson, Richard, 401 
Wilson, Roy, 401 
Wilson, Sandra, 401 
Windle, Warren, 401 
Winer, Steven, 401 
Winquist, Priscilla,401 
Winston, Eric, 402 
Winter, Carni, 146-153 
Winter, Nancy, 402 
Winter Olympics, 150 
Wisgirda, Frances, 402 
Wisioiek, Paul, 402 
WMUA, 234-235 
Wojcik, Marianne, 402 
Wojtowicz, Christina, 402 
Wolff, Jill, 233 
Women's Choir, 345 
Women's Sports, 168-169 
Wonder Stevie, 85 
Woo, David, 402 
Woo, Robert, 402 
Woocher, Lois, 402 
Wood, David, 402 
Wood, Gerald, 402 
Wood, Janic, 402 



Wood, Karia, 402 
Wood, Peter, 402 
Wood, Richard, 233,302,402 
Woodcick, David, 402 
Woods, Anne, 402 
Woods, Bernard, 402 
Worth, Ronald, 402 
Woytovich, Donna, 403 
Wrestling, 165 
Wroblewski, Janice, 238,403 
Wronski, Chester, 403 
Wyke, Audrey, 403 



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Yacuzzo, Vivian, 403 

Yardbirds, 189 

Yeaton, Gail, 403 

Yegian, Gail, 403 

Young, Daryl,403 

Young, Diane, 403 

Young, Marcia, 403 

Young, Norma, 403 

Young, Peter, 403 

Young, Russell, 403 

"Your Father's Mustache", 151 

Yourga, Ann, 403 

Yourga, Joyce, 403 

Yourga, Richard, 403 



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Zabek, Chester, 403 

Professor Zajicek, 69 

Zaieski, llene, 403 

Zanieski, Krena, 403 

Zebrowski, George, 404 

ZetaNu,273 

Zielinski, Richard, 404 

Zielinski, Robert, 404 

Ziemak, Carrie, 404 

Zink, Diane, 404 

Zipeto, Bonnie, 404 

Zisk, David, 404 

Zito, Frank, 404 

Zona, Lois, 404 

Zoology, Department of, 62-63 



In September, 1967, approximately one-hundred 

undergraduates of the University of Massachusetts 

began producing a 416 page book that would serve 

as a lasting history of the 1967-68 academic year 

of the University of Massachusetts. Today, nine 

months later, after thousands of photographs and 

innumerable typewritten words, that task is 

completed. 

Looking back over those months, I realize that 

the sacrifices of the staff members were many. To 

relinquish hours of time that could have been spent 

studying, sleeping, or Hatching, to either photograph 

or write copy for a publication that they would not 

see until September, 1968, could, indeed, have been 

disheartening at times. To these people, I give my 

humble thanks. Naturally, as in any organization, 

there are always a few people who give a little extra 

of themselves, who devote more time and energy 

than the average staff member. To Lyne Waldman, 

Janice Wroblewski, Lowell Fitch, Neil Rennie, Alan 

Marcus, Frank Bialosiewicz, Carol Megizsky, Marianne 

Schmoyer, Christine Mandracia, Barbara Goldrick, 

Tom Fitzgerald, Kathleen Shea, Richard Jacobsohn, 

Dr. Dario Politella, Mike Dasho and Guy Quartarone 

of Lincoln Studios, Mrs. Bernard Hoffman of Hoffman 

Laboratories, and Donald Lendry of the American 

Yearbook Publishing Company, I am forever grateful 

for making my job a little easier. 

In closing I would like to thank you, the 

undergraduates of the University, for your every 

action that produced the very life on campus during 

the 1967-68 academic year, for without this campus 

life, there could, in fact, be no history of the 

University of Massachusetts. 

Richard H. Sadowski 

Editor-in-Chief 

1967-68 Massachusetts Index