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"Many students walk over me and think that 
it's horrendous," Mud was complaining to us 
the other day. "Actually, the only reason I 
seem to be everywhere is that I'm trying to get 
out from under everyone's feet." 

"More and more the U Mass campus gets cov- 
ered with concrete or asphalt, so I have fewer 
and fewer places to hide. Many, many years 
ago I was quite content to lay quietly undis- 
turbed beneath the green meadows and forest 
areas that were all around here. Then I had 
nothing to worry about. Grass and Trees, old 
family friends, always used to help me stick 
around whenever part of me would start to 
wash away. But then this here town of Amherst 
sprung up and before you knew it, right where 
my winter hibernating grounds were, they 
stuck this University that you attend. It wasn't 
enough that a civil war was going on at the time 
which was destroying ail my distant cousins, 
but they had to start experimenting with ani- 
mals and breeding and farming, on top of it. 
Hoo boy! Did I ever get a dig out of that. Ever 
since then, your University has been growing 
and growing until now, with ail the buildings 
and sidewalks 1 have hardly enough room to 
breathe. 

I sure was glad when all those people from the 
Physical Plantation didn't connect up the ends 



of all those sidewalks. I heard all you com- 
plaining about it too. Especially about the walks 
near that blasted new library. Hell, that's a 
heavy load to carry without letting it tip, sort of 
like when you try to balance a broomstick in 
the palm of your hand. 

And what about near Sylvan where they put in 
the pipes. Ripped open the side of my ribs so 
deep I'll probably be scarred for life; then I 
think they left some of their tools down there. 
Did you ever try to bend over with a heating 
pipe running through you and a couple of jack 
hammers still lying around your shoulder 
blades? As if that weren't bad enough, when I 
hibernate all winter under the nice clean snow, 
you all leave footprints in me as 1 harden and 
then take the snow off me so you can run your 
cars over me, I get frostbite in places. And 
some of you even park on top of me. Anyway, 
where was I? Oh yeah. About those com- 
plaints, it's damn lucky for me that you all don't 
have the money to pave all those things you 
want to. Why, 1 could suffocate down here if 
you did. But that's okay. Some of us are organ- 
izing. The more radical ones like out west 
sometimes just suddenly split apart. That really 
scares the hell out of people. But we're still 
repressed. They call it earthquakes instead of 
mudquakes. All they ever give us credit for is 
sliding and dirtying shoes." 



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"I never go anywhere," said Chapel Clock 
Face. "I'm always running forward but I always 
stay in the same place. Everyone always uses 
me for my figures. And every hour there's a 
couple hands passing all over me. And at my 
age yet. It's my own fault though. I've been sit- 
ting perched here all day and night for years 
watching all you rush, rush, rush all the time. If 
you look at me when you're early, I might get 
you to smile. But, heavens, when you're late, all 
you ever do is damn me. I only tell it like it is, 
unless, of course, there's a power failure or 
something like that. How'd you like to be stuck 
in my place. The sun beats down on you in the 
summer and the wind and snow almost freeze 
up your gears in the winter. And every hour 1 
hear this ringing noise coming from under- 
neath me. I've tried the latest pain reliever but 
nothing ever works. And, of course, all my four 
sides are constantly exposed. It really isn't pro- 
per for someone my age to show off one's fig- 
ures this way. You know all those new fancy 
digital clocks strut about showing and empha- 
sizing their exact figures. Why, in my prime, we 
thought sweep second hands were indecent. 
I've seen a lot of all you from up here. And all 



your new buildings going up, your old ones 
coming down; girls skirts getting short, then 
long, then mixed, and all the men dressing 
more and more casual all the time. A lot of 
absurd things happen up here, too. A couple 
guys, ever since I can remember, operate on 
me twice each year. In the spring they make 
those hands in front of me go back an hour. I 
guess that with all that love in the air and every- 
thing that's going on in springtime they're 
afraid that I'll get over excited and run fast. But 
I never do. I can't even get down from here 
myself and hardly any other clock faces ever 
come and visit. So, every October, just before 
the cold weather sets in, they move those 
hands forward again. It seems like a waste. But 
I guess they enjoy doing it, otherwise 
they'd stop. Oooh. There goes those bells 
again. Can you hear them? Maybe it's some- 
thing I ate, or maybe it's hereditary. Oh. And 
that trembling downstairs. It feels like people 
walking in and out. Afterwards, I always hear 
music and then the trembling briefly returns. 
My retirement plans are to find a nice little 
tower in Florida to perch myself." 



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One more time to live 
We have made it ours 
One more tree will fall 
how strong the growing vine. 



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when pictures look alive, with 

movements free, 
When ships, like fish, swim 

beneath the sea. 
When men, outstripping birds, 

shall scan the sky. 
Then half the world, deep 

drenched in blood, shall die. 



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I Never Knew You 
Before I Met You 



Or 'Flip Wilson's Expanded Berry' 

By James E. Gold 

A story of the University of Massachusetts. It starts here and is continued 
throughout the book. 



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Absorbing the last rays of Labor 
Day's sunlight, Sherman recalled the 
long summer vacation just coming 
to a close. He had returned to the 
University on Friday so he could 
enjoy for the last time the serenity of 
an empty campus. 

Being a senior in the Bachelor's De- 
gree in Individual Concentration 
program, Sherman would never 
again face the beginning of a new 
academic year at U Mass. 

Sherman stood up and strolled sol- 
emnly across the fields near South- 
west back towards central campus 
and reality. When he stood at the 
corner of Massachusetts Avenue and 
University Drive, he looked up the 
gentle sloping hill and wished he 
could have a car. He started the 
steep climb, crossed at the police 
station and headed towards the Stu- 
dent Union. 

The campus was eerily empty, al- 
though as he passed by Herter and 
Bartlett, he noticed a few lights on in 



each. He wasn't sure if it was cold or 
not, but he put on his blue nylon 
jacket with the white "UNIVERSITY 
MASSACHUSETTS" lettering on its 
left. 

"Ow, Damn it!" he screamed inside 
himself when he stuck his finger on 
the McGovern button attached to 
the jacket. The pain almost cost 
McGovern a vote. 

Sherman wasn't particularly politi- 
cal. He liked the way Nixon was 
winding down the war, ending the 
draft, and promising peace. But he 
felt obliged to follow McGovern, 
and he did. Sherman concentrated 
his thoughts on lexicography, his 
individual concentration, and his 
social life. His lexicographs were 
tops, but that weekend nis social life 
had been nil. 

Sherman went down to the Con- 
crete Coffee Pot, bought a western 
sandwich and sat down. 

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ity between the characters contained herein and 
real persons is purely coincidental. 




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The attitude of the students at the University 
of Mass., Amherst, this past academic year 
was in keeping with the general trend expe- 
rienced throughout the country. A sense of 
frustration and fatigue pervades American 
life. The very legitimacy of our political insti- 
tutions have deepened the prevalent mood 
of confusion and self-doubt in the nation. 

Our attention was led away from crucial lo- 
cal events to world wide issues through 
many channels. The principal attention get- 
ter this past year was politics. President Nix- 
on made peacemaking trips to Russia in the 
fall and then to China during the winter. The 
President spoke to top leaders of the two 
countries under the premise that he was 
negotiating long term peace, environmen- 
tal, and trade contracts. Soon afterwards 
these trips were to give him added votes 
necessary for his re-election. 

During this campaign as in the one previous, 
tragedy struck when Governor George Wal- 
lace was shot down and paralyzed during a 
campaign speech. 

Many of us in this area did not agree that 
Nixon was the better man for the job how- 
ever, and placed our hopes and votes with 
George McGovern. We voted for him by 
one of the most outstanding margins in the 
country hoping that he would enact the so- 
cial, economic and military programs that 
were his platform. Massachusetts' voice, as 
typified by enthusiastic political rallies, was 
not that of the nation though, and Nixon 
became our president. 



After the election many of us checked the 
media daily hoping it would bring us news 
that the Vietnam war was at an end. 



On Jan. 24, 1973 Presidential adviser Henry 
Kissinger initialed the Vietnam peace agree- 
ment in Paris. 



NORTH VIETNAM DELEGATION, from left to right; Nguyen Co Thach, Vice Minister for 
Foreign Affairs; Xuan Thuy, chief of the delegation to the Paris talks; Nguyen Dinh 
Phuong, interpreter; Le Due Tho, special adviser to the delegation in Paris; and Henry 
Kissinger. 



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On March 29, 1973 the American 
flag was furled in Saigon during cer- 
emonies marking the deactivation of 
the Military Assistance Command 
Vietnam, after more than 11 years of 
operations. 



The chart shows how the US military 
commitment in Vietnam grew from 
900 men by the end of 1960 to a peak 
of 543,000 on April 30, 1969 accord- 
ing to the Defense Department. 



U.S. Troops In Vietnam 

PEAK 543,000 

lApiil 30. 13691 



4?5,200 




Academic credit for R.O.T.C. was 
reinstated and hardly a word to the 
contrary was heard even though a 
year ago nearly violent demands by 
students caused a reverse decision 
by the UMass Trustees. 



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Vertical lines indicate the end of each year, except for 1973. 




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A Pulitzer Prize was awarded to As- 
sociated Press Photographer Nuguh 
Cong "Kick" Ut for his photograph 
of terrified children fleeing a mis- 
placed aerial napalm strike near 
Trang Bang, South Vietnam, on June 
8, 1972. For us it was another blow to 
our confused morality. For the child- 
ren another event in a life that will 
be full of pain and suffering. 



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A more thankful event came with 
the release of the prisoners long in- 
terred in little wooden houses, stark 
cells, being fed rice and pork fat. 
Four former war prisoners told of 
torture, cruelty, and heroism at a 
news conference at Westover AFB in 
Chicopee, Mass. on March 30, 1973. 





From left, Capt. Lauren Lengvel, Lt. Col. Kenneth North, Maj. Russell Temperley, and 
Capt. Wallace Newcomb. The men were captured in 1966 and 1967. 



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Former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell 




One May, 1973 morning found on 
one TV station, men toasting the 
President for his actions concerning 
the Vietnam war during a dinner 
held for the POW's at the white 
house. On another. Senator Sam Er- 
vin was trying to clear a path to the 
White House concerning the Water- 
gate scandals. The implications and 
manipulations began to reach the 
inner-most sanctions of the White 
House. 




Resignated Presidential Aids — H. R. Haldeman, left, and John D. Ehrlichman. 



Related to the Watergate operation 
was the break-in to Daniel Ellsberg's 
psychologists office. On May 10, 
1973 the case was dismissed due to 
White House involvement. The Pen- 
tagon Papers Trial was over as Ells- 
berg and his wife Pat walk away 
hand in hand. 



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The occupation of Wounded Knee, 
South Dakota started on Feb. 27, 
1973 by the members of AIM. This 
only served to dramatize the horri- 
ble unfairness the American Indian 
has received by the government. 



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Nevertheless our generally common 
desire for equality and justice 
seemed to go by the board while 
many stood on the sidelines. Only 
members of the Third World took 
action by occupying the School of 
Education. This lever gained them 
breathing room within the faculty 
and administration, and the admitt- 
ance into grad school of one of their 
peers. 



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During this entire time the students 
weren't in the streets demanding 
that the war end as we had in the 
past, but we were in the stands 
screaming for another win by our 
alma mater's sport's teams. We fixed 
our attention on the Minutemen's 
athletic exploits and were thrilled by 
victory after victory. Rewards like 
the Yankee Conference crown were 
granted to our football, basketball, 
wrestling, ski, and gym teams. Foot- 
ball went the route, being televised 
once and ending with a win in the 
Boardwalk Bowl. The Wrestling team 
won the first New England champi- 
onships. The women's gym team was 
also televisd during its competition 
in the National Tournament in Ohio. 




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Violence shattered the haven of 
world sportsmanship on Sept. 5, 1972 
when 9 Israeli hostages were seized 
at their Olympic Village. When the 
ordeal finally ended all the hostages 
plus two other Israelis were dead, 
along with five of their Arab terrorist 
captors and a West German 
policeman. 



While all our athletic teams placed 
well in the Yankee Conference and 
among New England schools, other 
thrills were in store for us during the 
Olympic games. 

The US produced the outstanding 
male star of the games, swimmer 
Mark Spitz, winner of an unprece- 
dented seven gold medals and seven 
new world records. 



Frank Shorter, a frail-looking law 
student out of Yale University, gave 
the United States its first Olympic 
marathon victory in 64 years on Sept. 
10,1972. 



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On May 3, 1973 the Sears Tower in 
Chicago became the world's tallest 
building at a height of 1,454 feet. 

In Amherst the new library we saw 
built, but were never able to use, 
will open June 26, 1973 after several 
long delays. The problems occuring 
from use of the facility, orginally 
planned as a office building, are only 
beginninc to surface. 







Experts in Boston were still trying to 
prevent the new John Hancock 
building from being the world's 
largest plywood-faced structure in 
the nation. The window frames will 
have to be restructured, delaying its 
opening two years. 



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The cost of living continued to rise 
througin four phases of the Nixon 
plan for economic controls. The 
housewives in America, as the Din- 
ing Commons, began the use of 
soybean burgers as a substitute for 
meat. 



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U.S. Marine escort the coffin of U.S. 
Ambassador Cleo A. Noel Jr. to a 
presidential jet to fly his body to 
Washington after Palestinian Guer- 
rillas killed him and two other diplo- 
mats in Khartoum, Sudan. Eight 
Guerrillas who had seized control of 
the Saudi Arabian Embassy at Khar- 
toum surrendered. 



Former Presidents Harry Truman 
and Lyndon Johnson, as well as J. 
Edgar Hoover, former chief of the 
FBI, died during this past academic 
year. Their influence on our nation 
will be long felt. 



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There were the usual petitions and 
unusual fund drives, but most of us 
seemed to feel that all the hassles 
should be left to professionals to 
hassle out in the courtrooms or for 
already established agencies to do 
the big job by themselves. We saw in 
the past that violence and strikes, or 
ripping apart the materialistic struc- 
ture only led to our becoming politi- 
cal prisoners or to death. 

Many of us felt that our studies were 
important and used the argument 
that we weren't prepared to effect 
change without a degree or two. 

Maybe in the end we found our- 
selves out for a good time as we evi- 
denced in the packed bars one min- 
ute after the drinking age had been 
lowered to 18. Perhaps it's a healthy 
attitude, perhaps not. 





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The 
University 

consists of 
various sciiools 
and colleges — 
Arts and Sciences, 
Business 
Administration, 
Education, 
Engineering, 
Food and Natural 
Resources, 
Stockbridge School 
of Agriculture, 
Nursing, 
Public hiealth. 
Home Economics, 
Physical Education. 



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Arts and 
Sciences 






what does it mean to be an "educat- 
ed" person? Is it worth the trial and 
tribulation to be a Renaissance man 
or at least try to be? Is DaVince 
laughing at us or does he smile? 

The College of Arts and Sciences 
provides a liberal arts education for 
those who seek it. It is not, per se, a 
professional school. The programs, 
generally speaking, are not to pro- 
vide specific skills for a selective 
group of occupations. Its goal is to 
make well-rounded individuals. 
Renaissance men in miniature. 



The programs offered are too nu- 
merous to mention but generally lie 
in the categories of the Humanities, 
Natural and Social Sciences. All stu- 
dents however are required to en- 
roll in several courses in all catego- 
ries. In this way, a student is exposed 
to many different aspects of 
academia. 

In hopes of allowing greater educa- 
tional freedom, the college has cre- 
ated the B.D.I.C. program, (Bache- 
lor's Degree in Individual Concen- 
tration). In this program the student 



doesn't face the pressure and re- 
strictions which are sometimes cre- 
ated by a rigid major. He is allowed 
to enroll in courses which hold the 
greatest interest for him. 

Finally, the College of Arts and Sci- 
ences has its own counseling service, 
CASIAC, which is separate from, yet 
part of, the Dean's office. It serves as 
both counseling service and infor- 
mation center for the thousands of 
students enrolled in the college. 





MONEY 



Business 
Administration 




In the United States, times are de- 
scribed in economic terms: the Gold 
Rush of 1849, the Great Depression, 
etc. On any news report, in any 
newspaper, stock market reports can 
be found. The Dow-Jones Industrial 
Average, whether understood or 
not, is a phrase known to the vast 
majority of Americans. Business is a 
great part of American life. In a so- 
ciety based on capitalism and free 
enterprise it is not surprising that it 
should be this way. 

In a nation with an economic system 
such as ours, it is imperative that 



there is a constant influx of people 
well-versed in business-related 
skills. The School of Business Admin- 
istration provides tfie means of as- 
suring such an influx. The courses at 
the school prepare young men and 
women for various careers. The day 
of the general storekeeper is quickly 
vanishing. Careers in business are 
highly specialized. Management, 
Accounting, and Marketing are just 
a few of the fields in which the 
School of Business Administration 
trains its students. With such skills, 
these students can find employment 
in banks, and well-established com- 



panies. For those with greater ambi- 
tion, and drive, there is the possibili- 
ty of beginning their own firm. The 
opportunities can be limitless for 
those who are willing to give their 
time and energy. 

Of course the students of SBA are 
not all work and no play. There are 
various organizations for business 
students. One in particular is VITA 
(Volunteer Income Tax Assistance). 
In VITA, students aid other students 
in preparing Income Tax returns. 

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Education 







A not uncommon theme in all mass 
media today is that of educational 
changes. Most of us have heard at 
one time of the hornbook used by 
Pilgrim children and of the three R's 
— reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic. A 
running joke in television and new/s- 
paper is that of the new math, — the 
bewildered child and the more be- 
wildered parent. What was learned 
in college twenty years ago now is 
taught in junior high school. The 
plain truth of the matter is that par- 
ents are no longer capable of in- 
structing their children as they were 
in the past. Therefore it is necessary 



to train select groups of people to 
perform this duty. 

The School of f:ducation endeavors 
to train mature and sensitive instruc- 
tors to staff modern educational in- 
stitutions. A graduate of the School 
of Education has an extensive 
kn'owledge not only of the subject 
materials he will teach but also the 
equipment available for his use, 
'methods of presentation, and above 
all, the children with whom he will 
come in contact. This is achieved by 
various courses in psychology and 
sociology. To understand and help a 



child to learn a teacher must be 
aware of the child both as an indi- 
vidual and as a product of his envi- 
ronment. Only then is he able to 
break down the learning barriers of 
his student. 

Although the main program of the 
School of Education is to train com- 
petent teachers, this is not its sole 
course of study. The curricula in- 
cludes degrees in media and admin- 
istration, among other personnel 
positions needed in modern educa- 
tional set-ups today. 





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Engineering 




Twenty-five years ago if one said the 
word engineering it would bring to 
mind visions of a new fangled missle 
or suspension bridge. One would 
have been correct. But today the 
word assumes a broader spectrum of 
concern. 

The School of Engineering at UMass 
is but an example of the "new" 
trend. Roughly two-thirds of the 
careers available in this field are in 
the service areas — health, govern- 



ment, education. The school's facul- 
ty and student body, as part of the 
educational program, are engaged 
in many research projects. One of 
these is finding pollution-free pow- 
er. An aim of this project is utilizing 
the energy of natural phenomena: 
winds, tides, and the thermal gra- 
dients of the ocean. 

Another project, in conjuntion with 
Albey Medical College, hopes to 
provide more efficient health care 



and delivery in the ghetto. Recently 
the same type of research has been 
initiated to optimize the work 
schedule of the Physical Plant. The 
UMass buses are also a result of en- 
gineering research. 

Less than two per cent of the engi- 
neering students here at UMass are 
female. Our culture is responsible 
for this lack which hopefully can be 
corrected. 



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Food and 

Natural 

Resources 







Perhaps one of the oldest problems 
which has faced the human family 
since their existence on this earth 
began has been the ever increasing 
need of food. As man developed, so 
did he develop techniques of 
producing hopefully sufficient 
quantities of meat and grain. 

These techniques were called 
agriculture. Their study is embodied 
at UMass in the College of Food and 
Natural Resources. 



This college is primarily consumer 
and resources oriented. The courses 
of study it offers a student prepares 
him for careers in a wide scope of 
environmental concerns. On the 
biological side there are Fisheries 
and Wildlife Biology, Forestry, Plant 
and Animal Science and 
Entomology. For those interested in 
more technical fields there are Plant 
Pathology, Food Sciences and 
related areas. A business, 
economics, or planning orientation 



can be considered in Hotel and 
Restaurant Administration, Food 
and Natural Resource Economics, 
and Environmental Design. 

The Stockbridge School is the two 
year counterpart of this college. 
Study of more practical concern is 
offered. Programs are aimed at the 
goal-oriented, less academically 
inclined student. 



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Stockbridge 
School of 
Agriculture 





The phenomenon of the two-year 
community or technical college is 
for most of us well-known. Many of 
the students here at UMass may 
have attended one of the schools, 
such as Holyoke Community 
College or Springfield Technical 
Community College or countless 
others in Massachusetts. But how 
many of these know where the 
concept of community college 
began? 

The first community college began 



here on the UMass campus, and was 
called the Stockbridge School of 
Agriculture. Unlike many other stu- 
dents on campus, the Stockbridge 
student knows where he is going, 
and what he wants to do with his life. 
This is the type of Student that 
Stockbridge attracts. In a two-year 
program, the most necessary 
attribute of a student is to be goal- 
oriented; not in the top one-tenth 
of his class or over twelve hundred 
on his SAT's. The Stockbridge school 
gives this type of student a chance to 



learn a skill with which he may get a 
job. "They get jobs, not because of 
what they are supposed to know, 
but because of what they are able to 
produce." 

Stockbridge offers the same types of 
programs offered at the College of 
Food and Natural Resources. 
Stockbridge, however, concentrates 
on the technical aspects of these 
fields instead of the more aesthetic 
viewpoints. 



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The student nurse here at U. Mass 
has always been involved not only 
with the university community, but 
with the surrounding communities 
as well. The theory content of the 
nursing major has for the most part 
been taught on campus with the 
clinical experience being in the var- 
ious hospital and health agencies of 
the greater Springfield and Nor- 
thampton areas. The basic purposes 
of the baccalaureate program in 
nursing are to prepare graduates to 



give professional nursing care to pa- 
tients in various community settings 
and to provide graduates with the 
foundation necessary for graduate 
study in nursing. 

The schedule of a student nurse is 
quite different from that of any oth- 
er major here at U. Mass. On usually 
two or three days of the week one 
can find the student nurse leaving 
campus about 7 AM so as to be in 
the clinical area by 8 AM. The clini- 



cal area for the most part used to be 
that of the hospital, but not so today. 
The student nurses are found in 
many areas giving nursing care from 
the Visiting Nurses Association to 
the University Day School, from 
nursing homes to neighborhood 
health centers, from mental health 
hospitals to the U. Mass infirmary. 
These clinical rotations are a pre- 
service preparation for professional 
nursing practice. 



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Public Health 




Of growing concern in the world 
today is the health of its populace. 
Modern technology has created 
numerous tests, machines and pro- 
cedures which will insure the health 
of individuals who avail themselves 
of such services. There was a time in 
the not-distant past that the country 
physician, general practitioner, was 
able to fulfill the health needs of the 
community. No longer can this be 
said. 



A variety of new careers has been 
created in the medical field by ad- 
vances in technological knowledge. 
These careers are professions that 
are and will be in demand for the 
generations to come. The Dept. of 
Public Health at UMass has as its 
function the training of men and 
women in all these much needed 
skills. 

There are many different types of 



careers available. The most widely 
known, however, may be the medi- 
cal technologist. The career in Medi- 
cal Technology is by no means a nar- 
row avenue. It can offer a student a 
variety of opportunities. Some of 
these are laboratory technology, 
radiology and various careers that 
are related to the modern ma- 
chinery in use in hospitals today. 



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Remember when you were in Junior 
High. Remember the course of study 
named Home Economics — cooking 
and sewing. Girls had to enroll in 
these courses. Courses such as these, 
for those who had in family lives 
already acquired culinary or 
stitchery abilities, were quite boring. 
For those who had never lifted a 
measuring cup or neddle and 
thread, this study was frustrating. 

You've changed. The times have. 



too. So has the image worn by Home 
Economics. 

The School of Home Economics, 
with its main office located in 
Skinner Hall, teaches not the skills of 
cooking, sewing or competent 
parenthood. Goals such as these are 
not considered of a primary nature. 
Rather these are of secondary 
concern. The school has as its goals 
the shaping of functional 
occupations for human beings in the 



real world — business and home 
environments. 

Some of the majors in the school 
are: Fashion Merchandising, Human 
Development, and Home Economics 
Education. These courses offer 
employment opportunity and 
practical home / family applications. 
With such courses. Home Economics 
hopes to shape mature, productive 
lives. 



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Physical 
Education 




It is an age of machinery, and man 
created this machinery to lessen the 
burden of work. Computers do 
problems in minutes that would take 
man years to finish. Bulldozers, 
tractors, and other such machines 
do the work of twenty men, and 
more efficiently. Can it be that man 
has created too much machinery? 
Will man's engineering expertise 
lead to irreparable damage to his 
mind and body? Will man get soft? 

It is the hope of the School of 
Physical Education that man's 
physical alertness will not diminish. 



The Physical Education major is 
trained toward this end. He is 
trained to participate and conduct 
calisthenics and sports activities. 
These he will bring to educational 
and private institutions, such as 
Boys' Clubs, Little League, and 
others. Such training however is not 
the sole constituents of the Physical 
Education program. 

A Physical Education instructor 
needs to know more than the rules 
and regulations of sports activities. 
To train the body one must also 
understand it. This is the reasoning 



behind some of the courses 
required by the school. Each Student 
must be well-versed in anatomy, 
physiology, and muscular science to 
mention a few. Also, each student 
must enroll in psychology courses 
which will be useful to him in his 
career. 

The School of Physical Education 
also conducts UMass' sports 
programs. This includes inter- 
collegiate and intramural 
events. These are designed for 
enjoyment and exercise for the 
students today. 




As food prices soared everywhere, a 
few concerned consumers at UMass 
took action. 

The People's Market, a non-profit 
co-op, opened in the Student Union 
on February 12. Funded by the 
Communers Assembly with a $4,000 
loan, the idea originated in a Stu- 
dent Senate sub-committee. 

Sophomores Ellen Gavin and Gail 
Sullivan manage it, and the plan is to 
charge only enough to cover the 
cost of labor, maintenance, and the 
wholesale price of the food. 

"I'm interested in the politics of co- 
ops," explains Gavin as we watch 
shoppers inspecting the price charts, 
selecting fresh produce, or looking 
at canned goods. 

"A non-profit organization as op- 
posed to private profiteering inter- 
ested me, plus the idea of 12 people 
working together and making coop- 
erative decisions," she said. Ten 
other people are on the staff. 

The Market has a space problem. It 
is located in the old Science Fiction 
Library of the Student Union. And, 
although some adjustments have 
been made, sales volume has risen 
to $2300 per week and Sullivan said, 
"We're still building up a clientele." 

Student shoppers, most heeding 
signs against price-raising rip-offs 
are fairly evenly divided between 
weekend shoppers and commuters, 
according to Gavin. Staff within the 
building and some faculty patronize 
the People's Market, too. 

Prices marked up 15% from whole- 
sale cost may drop to 13% next year, 
since the $4,000 loan has been con- 
verted to an outright grant. Current 
prices reflect loan repayments. 



Other overhead includes salaries to 
staff at $2.00 per hour up to ten 
hours a week, for each. 

Trucking costs must also be paid, for 
the produce is delivered by the 
Amherst Food Co-op from the Chel- 
sea Produce Market in Boston. 

As a non-profit Recognized Student 
Organization, the Market doesn't 
pay rent which also keeps costs 
down. Any "profits" about $40 on 
$2300 total weekly volume as of April 
are plowed back into the operation. 

Spoilage is reduced because orders 
are estimated on a two-day basis for 
delivery on Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday. 

With hot weather and less than ade- 
quate refrigeration, some food 
spoils quickly. Specific areas of re- 
sponsibility are assigned to tighten 
control, though Gavin said she'd 
rather give the food away than waste 
it. 




A hungry student passing through 
between classes sees Macintosh ap- 
ples for li.. yogurt for 26(j, or banan- 
as at 15C a lb. Those commuters or 
students who don't eat in the dining 
commons know that staple items are 
carried cheaper than in area stores. 

Though meat isn't carried, potatoes 
here are lOi^ lb., long brown rice is 
28<^ lb. and bread is 340 a loaf. Fresh 
carrots (13(^j and celery (230) are 
only a few of the vegetable choices. 

Whole wheat flour, barley, corn 
meal, wheat germ, maple granola, 
and sunflower seeds are among the 
natural foods sold. 

The Market also carried canned 
goods and other products such as 
cake mixes (300 which carry the co- 
op label. This means an item has 
been "brand-name" processed, 
bought by co-ops for less, than 
labelled. 

Homebaked bread, cookies, brown- 
ies, and other goods are also 
featured. 

The store is open Monday through 
Friday from 9:30-5:30 p.m. and from 



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12-5 p.m. on Saturday. 

Signs urge volunteers to help stock, 
mark, bag, take inventory, and break 
up boxes for recycling. And those 
with gripes should telfsomeone in 
the store, then make a constructive 
suggestion. 

Gavin, Sullivan, and possibly others 
will not be involved next year, so 
other students need to keep the 
project going. Food prices are still 
rising, and this non-profit People's 
Market is one partial way to beat the 
high cost of food. But it's a co-op, 
which means that survival depends 
on students, hard work, and cooper- 
ative organization, with minimal fi- 
nancial reward. 

Kimi Kondo 



It was just about the least eventful western sandwich he 
had ever eaten. He went back to Southwest, where he 
lived. As he passed by the Cage, his eyes widened to take 
in a beautiful, round, red berry growing from a bush. He 
picked it and skipped down the path towards the South- 
west tunnel. As ne entered the tunnel, he stomped his 
feet and listened to the echo running back and forth. He 
skipped on up to his dorm. 

As he entered his corridor, a blast of rock carried him to a 
party of some kids who had just returned. The party 
turned out to be in his own room. 

"Hey, Sherman, how long you been back? You want some 
of this? It's great stuff!" 

The voice was familiar, his roommate Steve, star of the 
corridor. 

"That's a nice berry you have there," Steve continued as 
he walked out of the room. 

Sherman stepped in, gently placed the berry on his book- 
shelf between his bed and the door, and reached for 
some grass. Everyone was there, stoned, barefoot, and 
hungry. 

He looked around. Leaning against the closet were Bill 
and Cheryl, on the floor next to them were Kathy and 
Ronnie (upon whom Sherman had had a crush since 
sophomore year and who had had a crush upon Sherman, 
but neither knew the thoughts of the other) looking in 
the mirror as usual was John, making out in the corner 
opposite the door were Joe and Suzy, and sitting on the 
bed in the window half of the room were Terry, Frank, 
Charlie and Anna, playing whist. 

Sherman stood by his bed. By the time Steve re-entered, a 
can of Budweiser and another joint found their way to 
Sherman's hands and lips. The Budman cartoon hanging 
on the closet door looked to Sherman like it was swinging 
back and forth. 

Ronnie got up and said to Sherman "Look at that Bud- 
man, Sherman. It looks like it's swinging back and forth. I 
think I've had too much." 

"That's what it looks like to me, too," said Sherman. 

At this point, Steve and Kathy burst out in a fit of laughter 
and rolled together on the floor. Bill and Cheryl looked 
down. 

"What's happening?" asked Bill. 

"What is reality?" Cheryl mocked in reply. 

joe and Suzy pushed quickly apart and sat up when they 
heard the laughter. The whist players, deeply involved in 
their game, didn't notice anything. 

Steve and Kathy proceeded to explain how they had 
rigged the closet door to swing back and forth while the 
Budman stayed still. All who listened moaned. The whist 
players never heard a thing. 

Deciding that privacy was of the utmost importance, Joe 
and Suzy got up to go. They thanked Steve for the beer 
and grass, complimented Sherman on his new berry, and 
went next door to Joe's single. 

Most of the guys on the corridor really liked Joe but 
couldn't wait for him to graduate so one of them could 
inherit Joe's single. 

Joe was a senior from New Bedford majoring in Hotel and 
Restaurant Administration. Whenever there was a dorm 
dinner or party, Joe was put in charge of it. He didn't 
mind though. He was getting three credits from the 
School of Education for it — Education 386 — Special 



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Problems in Education. To earn tine credit, Joe, at the be- 
ginning of each semester, would write a paper outlining 
what he hoped to gain by conducting all the dorm din- 
ners and parties, keep a journal during the semester of his 
experiences conducting dorm dinners and parties and 
write at the end of the semester what he had gained run- 
ning dorm dinners and parties. He would usually have the 
complete assignment finished before the second week of 
school. This would enable him to prepare exquisite foods 
and lively, enchanting entertainment for all the festivities. 

Joe and Suzy had met first during the rent increase protest 
march in February, 1970. It was a good demonstration, 
everyone had agreed afterward. 

Suzie, a freshman Student Senator from Orchard Hill, had 
agreed to be a marshal during the march. She was as- 
signed to the Southwest area. 

The overall march plans included having students march 
from their residential areas to the Student Union, rally at 
the Ballroom, and move on as a huge mob to Treasurer 
Johnson's office in Whitmore. No one was exactly sure 
what would happen then, especially since no one in the 
mob knew who Treasurer Jonnson was, or even if Trea- 
surer Johnson was. 

Anyway, Suzy first saw Joe when the Southwest line was 
about to pass under the tunnel. Joe was going to throw a 
snowball at some of the Physical Plant crew who had been 
shoveling sidewalks above but had stopped to watch the 
line. 

Suzy, in an open coat, stepped up to Joe and asked him 
not to throw the snow. Joe grabbed her blouse and threw 
the snow down her breasts. Being non-violent, Suzy 
wheeled from the cold, came full circle and kicked Joe in 
his balls. 

"Co fry in hell," she said walking indignantly away while 
Joe held onto himself in pain. 

"What she needs is a good screwing," Joe, a chauvinist, 
thought to himself. 

Several milder chance and not-so-chance meetings later, 
a year of T-groups, sensitivity training and consciousness 
raising, Suzy convinced Joe now wrong it was for him to 
be a male chauvinist pig. They became quite happy shar- 
ing Joe's single next to Steve and Sherman's room. 

Sherman was in the middle of explaining word origins to 
Ronnie when Bill and Cheryl, following Joe and Suzy's 
lead, decided to leave. 

"... and the organization was called Foolish Untamed 
Ninnies," Sherman was saying. "They took the initials of 
the organization and made a word out of it," Sherman 
concluded. 

Ronnie moaned lovingly. 

"We have to leave now," Cheryl broke in quickly. That's a 
really nice berry you found. Bye." 

"See you tomorrow," Bill said as he and Cheryl stepped 
out the door. 

The whist players noticed persons leaving when the draft 
from the door opening and closing blew some cards off 
the bed. Thinking it was time to move their game, they 
filed out of the room. On their way out they greeted 
Sherman for the first time. 

"What a beautiful berry," said Terry as her eyes fell on the 
bookshelf holding the berry. "Where'd ya get it," she 
asked. 

"I picked it from a berry bush," answered Sherman. 



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"We all need help to feel firve (Let's 
have some wine!)" 

— Godspell 



Until this year, students under twen- 
ty-one had to do some scheming 
and conniving to procure alcoholic 
beverages. Now the days of the false 
I.D. and the 'senior packie run' will 
be only a nostalgic legacy on cam- 
pus. The first of March saw the legal 
drinking age in Massachusetts drop 
from twenty-one to eighteen. 

At first it appeared that the windy 
month would arrive without so 
much as a bracing nip for the newly 
legal UMies. In the crush and rum- 
ble of returning to classes, few stu- 
dents seemed parched enough to 



contemplate their first sanctioned 
draught. 

Yet, when only a week remained 
until the new law was to go into ef- 
fect, murmurs of anticipation began 
buzzing. Some hailed the freedom 
to drink in public as a sure cure for 
the 'dorm-rat drinking syndrome'. 
Could the lonely Saturday night six 
pack and TV become passe? Others 
condemned the new law, citing 
dormitory heritage of smashed win- 
dows and empty bottles as testimony 
against responsibility. Almost every- 
one wondered if local bars could 
withstand an onslaught of new 
drinkers. 

No matter which side of twenty-one 
students were on, rumors and curi- 
osity drew the multitudes to the 
Bluewall on the eve of March first. 
By eleven o'clock the C.C. con- 
course was teeming with thirsty stu- 
dents. Dammed up by the Bluewall's 
blue fence of minority, a sea of 
UMies swelled in anticipation of the 
midnight hour. 

Some took the crunch of the crowd 
as part of the ritual, like waiting five 
hours to get tickets to see the Roll- 
ing Stones. (Or like waiting for 
course changes in Indian summer 
heat.) Fenced in and awkwardly re- 
sembling cattle en route to the 
slaughterhouse, others seemed 
more in need of air than wine. 



"Well, it's nice. Enjoy it," she said as she closed the door. 

John had slipped out with the whist players, leaving Steve and Kathy and Sherman and Ronnie alone. 

"Do you want to come over and see my etchings from the summer?" Kathy asked Steve. 

"Okay. But I gotta get up early tomorrow for OSCAR. 

"Who's OSCAR?" 

"That's the new registration system." 

"Oh yeah. I got mail from him over the summer. Not only did I get all my classes, I got all my times, too." 

"I got everything I wanted except Food Science 101. 1 have to be to Boyden by 8," said Steve. 

"Well, I'll make sure you're up, don't worry," said Kathy. "You're all set for the night, right?" she asked Ronnie. 

"Right. Judy's room." 

"Bye-bye," said Kathy and left. 

"See you later. Congratulations on your berry, Sherman," Steve called out as he parted. 

"i hope they have fun together," said Sherman to Ronnie. It was suddenly quiet now that the others had left. "Did I 
ever tell you the origin of the word 'registration'?" 

"No you didn't," said Ronnie, "but I'm afraid you're going to." 

"Many years ago," Sherman began, beaming with a smile that could have lit the Orchard FHill walkway, "there were 
bunches of kings and queens who wanted to get together to solve a world monetary crisis and drug problem. The 
world then was only around the Mediterranean Sea. Anyway, the kings and queens kept writing to each other, but 
mail was slow, even then. Finally, each king and queen picked a memoer of his or her court and sent the person to- 



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when midnight exploded the crowd 
flowed faster than the beer. Lines 
ten, fifteen, twenty deep at the bar 
pulled out all the stops. A dozen 
bartenders manned the taps in a val- 
iant but futile attempt to quench the 
massive thirst. 

In that first hour, the Bluewall quad- 
rupled its normal sales for that time. 
Spills and pinches aside, the new 
drinkers managed to celebrate their 
unbirthdays with good spirits and 
comraderie. There was hardly time 
in that first hour to be anything but 
glad to at last be on the other side of 
the fence, a little closer to the stage, 
and finally a little more a part of it 
all. 

Mary Keane 




meet at a Coliseum in Rome. This group was charged with setting up the meeting and convention. To keep the kings 
and queens busy, the group set up workshops and other stuff. When ail was prepared, they sent for the kings and 
queens. Everything went fine, except for that upon arrival the kings and queens went through lines of processing, 
checking in, and scheduling. That was disliked so much that they decided to name the process after the group. The 
committee was called Regents Entrusted Gladly In Structuring Time Reassuring Action To Insure Ordered Nomencla- 
ture. The kings and queens merely decided to make a name out of the abbreviation," Sherman concluded. 

Ronnie thought it over for a moment. "R, E, G, I get it," she said. 

They laughed and fell into each others arms as Ronnie moaned at the joke. They fell back on the bed, turned length- 
wise, and stretched out. Ronnie lay expectantly on her back with Sherman propped up on his elbow next to her. 

"Did I ever tell you how much I always wanted to hold you," said Sherman . 

"No," she answered, "Has anyone ever told you how handsome and sexy you are?" 

"No," Sherman answered, his head starting to swell. 

"They never will," she laughed. 

"Did I ever tell you the origin of the word 'Sex'?" asked Sherman. 

They laughed together. Ronnie leaned up and reached around Sherman's neck and brought their lips together. She 
kept his mouth busy for the moment, especially since she had other things on her mind besides word origins. 

Sherman, enjoying all this immensely after a dull summer, moved his hand to her knee. Ronnie's body started to fill 
with excitement as she moved her hands down Sherman's back and brought themselves together tighter. Sherman 
moved his hand to Ronnie's robust right breast. She clung tighter and rolled to her back, bringing Sherman down on 
top of herself. He moved his hands up and down her body almost carving out her flat stomach and rounding out her 
large breasts. She excitedly slipped her hands under his belt and unfastened it. As Sherman was eagerly unbuttoning 
Ronnie's blouse, he felt his slacks sensuously sliding down his legs and off his feet. He reached under her back and 



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March 5, 1973, the University Store 
celebrated one year of success with 
their new clothing boutique. This 
boutique stocks unisex clothing at 
moderate prices for the student 
community. It is a separately walled 
store within the larger student store. 

Mr. W.T. Grinnan, Manager of the 
Campus Center, conceived of the 
"store within a store" concept. Each 
section would have its own buyer, 
trained staff, and image, yet would 
operate within the plan for the 
entire store. The first section to be 
formed was the clothing boutique. A 
tobacco shop and a stereo shop are 
in the planning stages. 



the University of California, was 
hired to design the floor plan. A 
dramatic change was desired at a 
low cost. The new store would be 
built within the old store. The old 
section had 776 sq. feet; the new 
clothing section has 1352 sq. feet. It 
would be separated so that it could 
operate on shorter hours if 
necessary, so that it had a separate 
image, and to establish a 
psychological change in the 
customer's approach to the 
situation. It was felt that a customer 
would be less comfortable trying on 
jeans in a booth opening into a large 
multi-department store, than in a 
more intimate space. 




Cynthia Russell, a design graduate of A corner of the existing store was 



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used, so that only two new walls 
were needed. The walls were put 
together in modules of 2'x10' sec- 
tions of framed homosote. The 
homosote was used, so that the walls 
act as bulletin boards for displaying 
merchandise. The modules allow for 
future removal without altering the 
existing building. Two dressing 
rooms and two display windows 
were incorporated in the new walls. 

The two display windows perform 
different functions. One 5'x5' floor 
level window allows those shopping 
in the main store aisle to view the 
new merchandise di'splayed and 
allows them to view the new shop 
behind the facade. The 3'x6' hori- 
zontal "banner" window stretches 
across the ceiling, displaying 
merchandise and advertising the 
store's presence to those at the front 
of the store. One window is to be 
viewed at an intimate range; the 
other is to be our "sign" for viewing 
from a distance. 

The walls not only provide a 
separate area designation, but 
introduce the theme of the clothing 
section. A committee of students 
were assigned to paint a mural on 
our facade for their art class. The 




business management and 
specifically the fact that in small 
businesses one must manage all 
phases of a business. 

Also during Fall 1972, the store 
participated in a Creative Display 
class given for the Fashion 
Merchandising students. Two 
students per week were assigned to 
design our large display window. 
They were evaluated by their 
instructor, but it also was a lesson to 
the store on new ways to display the 
merchandise. 



facade can be seen and identified 
from the front of the store. The art 
students decided on an "au natural" 
theme, nudes among nature. The 
mural can be changed in future 
years to depict the current student 
interests. 

Fashion Merchandising majors from 
the College of Home Economics are 
the student, part-time employees of 
the clothing section. Each semester 
two new girls are interviewed and 
hired. As seniors, these girls must do 
on-the-job training for a semester; 
they must have previous selling 
experience to take that semester. 
The policy of hiring new girls each 
semester gives more girls an 
opportunity to gain sales ex- 
perience. The Fashion Mer- 
chandising majors are some of 
the most conscientious employees 
the store has employed. Out of six 
girls that have worked there, four 
are still in school, but two are now 
Assistant Buyers in New York and 
Washington, D.C. 



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During Fall 1972, the store actively 
participated in the on-the-job 
training semester. One girl worked 
full-time; she was interested in small 



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The Performing Arts section of the 
1973 Index is our attempt at dealing 
with the cultural activities of the 
University during the 1972-73 year. 

One of the major contributors to the 
cultural life of UMass is the Fine Arts 
Council. Under the management of 
Terry Schwartz, the council aims at 
presenting visiting professional 
cultural programs to supplement the 
cultural activities of the University. 
The council displays a marked 
interest in presenting that which is 
most exciting and innovative in 
classical music, jazz, the theatre, and 
the dance. 

Many theatre groups heavily 
contribute to the cultural 
environment of the University. This 
year the University Theatre 
presented approximately one 
production per month in Bartlett 
Auditorium. Other groups including 
the UMass Black Repertory Theatre, 
and The University Music Theatre 
provided for a variety of theatre 
productions. 

In the realm of music, the UMass 
Concert Band, the University 
Symphony Orchestra, the University 
Symphony Band, the UMass 
Chorale, and the University Jazz 
Workshop presented numerous 
concerts over the course of the year. 

The University Art Gallery, which is 



supported by the Fine Arts Council, 
is a major outlet for the visual arts of 
the University. A variety of shows are 
presented by the gallery in its two 
exhibition areas in Christian A. Hert- 
er Flail. In addition to shows pre- 
senting University acquisitions, a va- 
riety of exhibitions including "Re- 
naisance Italy", "Games", "Latin 
America", and "Quilts" were exhib- 
ited this year. At the end of each 
year Master of Fine Arts shows are 
presented in the gallery. 

The new Fine Arts Center will have a 
very positive effect on the cultural 
affairs of the University. A concert 
hall and additional exhibition space 
will be available. The new art center 
displays well the marked trend of 
the University over the past several 
years towards a more intense appre- 
ciation of the arts. 

Since the University's cultural 
sources are so very numerous and 
diverse, it would be quite impossible 
to extend coverage to all events in 
this performing arts section. Our 
attempt was to cover a variety of 
events, some of those more popular 
ones, as well as some of those less 
attended. We are hopeful that many 
of these pages will refresh memories 
of evenings well-enjoyed. 

Andrew ). Paraskos 



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Making his first visit 

to the University, 

the celebrated Eugene Ormandy 

conducted 

the fabulous Philadelphians 

in Beethoven's Overture 

to "Leonore" No. 1; 

Symphony No. 3 (Pastoral) 

by Vaughn Williams 

and Tchaikovsky's Symphony 

No. 4 in F Minor. 




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The final chords 

of Tchaikovsky's Symphony 

produced 

the greatest excitement 

in the audience. 

Atthe conclusion 

of the symphony 

satisfaction 

could be felt 

by both the artist 

and his listeners. 




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Miss Christine Walevska 

and her accompaniest, 

Mr. Herbert Rogers, 

presented 

two different programs 

at Bowker Auditorium 

as part 

of the Fine Arts Council's 

Young Artist Showcase Concerts. 

The great Soviet cellist, 

Mistislov Rostropovich, 

has characterized Christine 

as "a gifted cellist 

with a creative personality 

of her own. 

Her artistry 

and vast repertoire 

make her a great success 

with the public. 

Musicianship 

as well as 

the lovely tone 

round out her image 

as a performer, 

making her 

one of the favorite 

cellists of the 

younger generation." 

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The U Mass. Community 
turned out 
in full force 
to hear the legendary 
Flamenco guitar artist, 
Senor Carlos Montoya, 
who appeared with the 
Springfield Symphony 
Orchestra. 
He received 

a most enthusiastic re- 
sponse 



fron his anxious fans. 

Marking 

its first performance 

at the University, 

the Springfield Symphony 

Orchestra, 

under the direction of 

Robert Gutter, 

offered an all-Spanish 

program 

of light classical music. 



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the Dance Theatre of Harlem 

is one of the first classical 

ballet companies in the world 

whose dancers, 

contributing artists, 

and choreographers 

are predominantly Black. 

It provides the Harlem community 

with a resident classical dance 

theatre 

and also 

a School of Dance 

which draws upon 

and nurtures 

previously undeveloped 

resources of talent. 

The company, 

directed by Arthur Mitchell 

and Karel Shook, 

performed two different 

and very impressive ballets 

to the University community. 




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Frankenstein 

proved to be 

one of the more 

talked about productions 

of this season's 

University Theatre. 

The work, 

and original adaptation 

by Dallas Murphy 

from the film of 1931, 

was presented 

as a Gothic melodrama. 

Student produced 

and designed, 

Frankenstein 

incorporated spectaular 

stage sets 

that displayed well 

the highly technical abilities 

of the production staff. 





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people can discover themselves 

is to drop the roles 

that have been dropped 

upon them. 

Presented by workshop 72 

Magic Circus 

was a series of vignettes 

which dealt 

with role playing. 





"Happy Marriages 

and Faithful Wives" 

presented 

by the Summer Repertory Theatre, 

consisted 

of four one act plays 

contrasting 

courtship and marriages 

in various periods of time. 



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Taming of the Shrew 

was the first ensemble production 

of the year. 

The group 

displayed well their versatility 

by using the Shakespearian drama 

as a basis 
for self interpretation. 






Presented as a poetic drama, 

by the University Theatre, 

Journey of the Fifth Horse 

was adapted by Ronald Ribman 

from 

The Diary of the Superfluous 

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Sponsored by the Fine Arts Council, 

tlie musical comedy Company 

concerns itself 

with the tattered nerve ends 

of urban life and marriage. 

The plot revolves around Robert, 

a bachelor in his mid 30's, 



and his assorted adventures 

in the company 

of his close friends, 

who are all married. 

High fashion New York City 

is the setting. 




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and permanent company, 

the National Theatre of the Deaf 

uses sign language, 

voice, mime, and music 

to communicate its message. 

The theatre presented "Gilgamesh", 

the oldest written work extant 

to a very excited 

UMass community. 

This new production 

of the company 

is an epic 

of Gods, 

god-men 

and heroes. 

It is probing, 

lustful, 

and filled with humor. 




John Nelson, 
conducting the Boston 
Philharmonia Orchestra 
joined forces 
with the UMass chorale, 
and presented 



an evening 

of superb entertainment. 

The program included 

works by Honnegger, 

Mozart, 

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The University Theatre, 

Macbeth 

took a slightly 

different form 

from the usual 

Shakespearean mode. 

The pre-metal 

Scotland setting, 

and the costumes 

of fur and leather 

created 

a very effective 

tribal atmosphere. 

The experimental nature 

of this production, 

as well as 

the intimate form 

the audience took, 

made this 

a most exciting interpretation 

of Shakespeare's Macbeth. 






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Presented in Hampden student center 

of Southwest, 

the "Dumb Waiter" 

is an especially noteworthy event 

since the production 

established the new student center 

as a viable area 

for theatrical productions. 

It is hopeful 

that student run events 

of this nature 

will continue next year 

in Southwest. 

The two character play, 
directed by Peter Ryan, 
deals with what expires 
between two 
professional murderers 
waiting to do a job. 







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The Distinguished Visitors Program 
is financed and operated by the 
undergraduate students of the 
University of Massachusetts for the 
purpose of keeping the University 
community sensitive to the world in 
which 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, DVP 
seeks to stimulate critical thought 
and debate by presenting a balanced 
range of opinion with respect to a 
given issue. 



This year DVP presented approxi- 
mately twenty-five persons to the 
University community among 
which were Anthony Burgess, Dr. 
William Nolen, Isaac Asimov, Judith 
Crist, White Roots of Peace with Mai 
McCurdy, Wernher Von Braun, 
Robert Marquez, Memorial Lecture 
Series with Sun Ra Solar Arkestra, 
Piri Thomas, and Charles Silberman. 




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Citing the movie audience as "just 
people on the receiving end who 
are sitting and swallowing", 
television and move critic Judith 
Crist urged people to "break the 
movie snydrome and start making 
their own decisions instead of 
relying on the critic." 

Ms. Crist conveyed this message to 
the 200 people who attended her 
Distinguished Visitors Program 
lecture in the Student Union 
Ballroom. Her topic of discussion 
was "Every Man His Own Critic." 

A high point of Ms. Crist's lecture 
was her discussion of the audience 
relying too heavily on the critic. She 
said that most critics see themselves 
as "the embodiment of the only 
living truth." Her solution to this was 
"you have to become your own 
critic." 



Dr. Wernher von Braun, head of 
NASA's planning efforts for future 
space flights, presented a concise 
analysis of the future bi-country 
(U.S. -Russia) space flight missions. 
He also analyzed the future of the 
American space program for the 
2,000 attending in the ballroom. 

According to von Braun, "It is 
necessary for the United States to be 
a leader. It is essential for the future 
of this country to play a leading role 
in space exploration." Dr. von Braun 
said that there would be a man on 
Mars within the next 20 years. "Put- 
ting a man on Mars isn't a technical 
problem, but rather one of national 
resolve." 

In regard to the space race between 
the United States and the Soviet 
Union, von Braun said, "It's pret- 
ty obvious that we'll come up a 
winner." 



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Presented by DVP, Anthony Burgess 
discussed the meaning behind his 
book "A Clockwork Orange" with 
the University community. The 
distinguished visitor also gave a 
rendition of "Cyrano De Bergerac," 
a play he is adapting as a musical for 
Broadway. 

Burgess suggested that the very 
nature of limiting even the most 
criminal members of society from 
making their own choice between 
good and evil is wrong. 

"We cannot kill evil at the root, 
because we kill humanity in turn. 
The choice of selecting between 
good and evil should be left up to 
the individual, even if it's Adolph 
Hitler." 

"You've got to fight the state. You 
mustn't let them computerize every- 
thing and let big business get away 
with things. So to hell with the state, 
you've got to be free." 




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With one National Championship and no less 

than five Yankee Conference Championships, 

it was a very good year for the University of 

Massachusetts' athletic program. The highlight 

of the year came on April 21 at Des Moines, 

Iowa where the Women's Gymnastics team 

(shown right) grabbed the Nationals. 

The Football and Basketball teams also made 

their best showings in history by becoming 

NCAA Eastern College Division Champions 

and making the second round of the National 

Invitational Tournament, respectively. 
Wrestling, Lacrosse, Tennis, Golf, Ski and Cross 

Country teams also won championships of^ 
their own. I 

If this year is any indication of the caliber of 
UMass athletics, we have an exciting future to 
look to. This section is devoted to and de- 
served by the many students and staff that 
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The women's varsity gymnastics 
team compiled 105.70 points, the 
highest in the school's history, and 
won first place at the AIAW Intercol- 
legiate Gymnastics Championship, 
held in Des Moines, Iowa. In addi- 
tion to capturing the coveted title, 
the team surpassed all previous rec- 
ords and placed four of its members 
on the All-American roster. After 
completing their regular season 
schedule, the women gymnasts were 
invited to meet the French Olympic 
Team in an international match. 

The gymnastic team placed second 
in the Eastern Regional Champion- 
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NATIONAL CHAMPION WOMEN GYM- 
NASTS. (Clockwise, from top left) Margie 
Combs*, co-capt.; Betsy East*, co-capt.; Herdi 
Armstrong; Team; Anne Vexler*; Jeannine 
Burger*. 

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honors; Anne Vexler tied for first in 
the all-around category and co-cap- 
tain Margie Combs was the gold 
medalist on the uneven bars. Jean- 
nine Burger, Marion Kulick, and co- 
captain Betsy East were the remain- 
ing finalists. Alicia Goode, Heidi 
Armstrong, Candy Gross, and 
Thanne Poth completed the varsity 
squad. 

At the National Championships the 
team earned its highest score and 
took first place. The three key all- 
around performers placed in the top 
ten: Anne Vexler was fourth, Jean- 
nine Burger finished sixth and Mar- 
gie Combs placed tenth. In the indi- 
vidual finals the team had four per- 
sons competing, second in number 
only to SIU. Combs, Vexler, Burger, 
and East earned All American status. 
Margie Combs finished second on 
the uneven bars, making her the 
highest individual finisher ever for 
UMass. Jeannine Burger was a med- 
alist on the balance beam, Anne 
Vexler was a medalist on floor exer- 
cise and Betsy East was a finalist on 
uneven bars. Head Coach Virginia 
Evans and assistant Michael Kasa- 
vana can look to next season very 
optimistically, since the team has no 
senior year members. Despite the 
lack of tenured members, the team 
pulled together and proved their 
abilities under meet pressure. It was 
a very exciting year for the women's 
gymnastics team as they brought 
home the first national title in over 
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Football 1972 and Metallo, Penning- 
ton, and Schubert will never be for- 
gotten. Who could have possibly 
forecasted a national television au- 
dience and a meeting w/ith a team 
called UCal Davis when the Minute- 
men showed up at James House the 
18th of August to start it all. Under a 
captain named Brooks and the po- 
tential to break every scoring record 
at Aggie college the march to Atlan- 
tic City began. And when it was all 
over they were to be the number 
one small college team in the East. 
Only Dartmouth was rated higher in 
New England, and there was a ques- 
tion there. 




The Yankee Conference was a joke 
that fall. With the competition un- 
able to get anything by the defensive 
blanket of the Healy, Parrott, Han- 
sen, Brown backfield they were run 
around by Metallo while Penning- 
ton and Schubert worked for Barn- 
um and Bailey. Fullback Dick Cum- 
mings knocked you senseless while 
wingman Timmy Berra sidestepped 
you. It was a perfect 5-0 in the Yan- 
kee Conference for the newly 
named darlings, but someone had to 
mention Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. 
Mark Tripucka couldn't quite bail 
out Pie! and the Bucknell Bisons 
provided the first blemish for the 6-0 





Minutemen. The following weekend 
in Worcester sent us all crying with 
Crusader blood on our pads. 6-2. 
Now with Healy and Cummings 
hurt, the Boston College debacle 
looked downright unhealthy. The 
kinks were ironed out against New 
Hampshire and that Thanksgiving 
Day the wild bunch stayed together 
with the cry "Beat BC Beat BC 

..." shaking the walls. The game 
would live in your heart for infamy. 
The Eagles had been had 28-7. 20,000 
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But it left the Boardwalk Bowl and a 
35-14 walkaway over UCal Davis 
over East Coast television to prove 
that BC was more than just an emo- 
tional orgasm. Again MacPherson 
offered the Cup of small college 
Eastern supremacy to the students 
Indeed the fall of 72 was a time 
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With a record of 5-3-2 for the sea- 
son, UMass soccer was the sport 
which was consistent only in its 
inconsistencies. 

This could be seen when the Booters 
made fine showings against New 
England's fourth ranked UConn, 
Boston College and Amherst, but 
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First -year coach Gerry Redmond felt 
that part of the team's inadequacies 
could be supported by the fact that 
graduation depleted last year's tal- 
ented squad. Next season, Redmond 
hopes that with further practice the 
team will progress so that their run- 
ning will become more effective and 
their passing more accurate and 
unselfish. 

In summing up several games last 
fall, Redmond said, "It may be con- 
venient or fashionable to blame the 



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officiating or whatever, but the plain 
fact is we are not good at this time. 
We have surrendered space in mid- 
field and in our half of the field as if 
our opponents were entitled to it. 

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been caught upfield with opponents 
in possession of the ball 20 yards 
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they were senior citizens, at times. 
"We have also allowed opponents 
time and space to enter our penalty 
area, collect the ball, and shoot 
without our interference. 

"There is no question that we must 
tighten up our defense. We have 
unselfish players with the ability to 
go past the opponent with the ball 
when necessary. We must work to 
put the losses right. Only when all 
the players concentrate full-time 
while they are on the field, adhering 
to agreed principles and tactics will 
we approach our real potential." 




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SWIM TEAM 

Coach Manfredi floated a fine swim 
team this season against very tough 
competition. They were able to 
shock a confident Coast Guard team 
in their best meet of the season. 
Coast Guard was slated a sure win- 
ner, but it wasn't anticipating the 
depth of the young Minutemen 
team. All the races were extremely 
tight, but UMass was finally edged 
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Okolita, as well as divers Paul Leiito 
and Jeff Grouse had fine seasons. 
The latter two usually placed first 
and second in the one and three 
meter events of each competition. 



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Behind team co-captains Kurt Syer 
and Dave Rutter, the ski team slid to 
a 94 to 11 win-loss ratio. "Our suc- 
cess is based on a lot of hard work," 
stated a very relaxed Ski Coach, Bill 
MacConnell at a Varsity M Lunch- 
eon. Three and a half weeks of train- 
ing at Haystack over the intersession 
catapulted the racers way ahead of 
their competition. The season in- 



cluded championships in the Os- 
born Division of the New England 
Intercollege Ski Conference, First 
overall in the NEISC, and First in the 
National Intercollege Alpine Ski 
Tournament. 

Of eight division races against 9 
teams in each race UMass placed 
first 5 times, second, third, and fifth 



once. The win loss ratio was 65 wins 
— 7 losses in the Osburn Division. 

In the NEISC Championships and 
the National Intercollege Alpine 
Tournament (UMass placed first in 
slalom and second and forth in the 
two Giant Slaloms) in three races 
against 11 colleges. A great year! 



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The '11-'17) season was a time of 
manhood for Leaman's youths. A 
Junior forward named Peter Trow 
was the first "pick me up". He was 
hot in the early going but it was still a 
struggle with losses to Connecticut 
and Boston University. 

Billy Endicott startled Rhode Island 
and staggered Northeastern with his 
left hand. 

Rick Pitino got a fresh image from a 
year's suspension. 

Dr. Al Skinner proved why he was 
one of the East's more attractive box 
offerings. 

And the Cage clan got it all from 
brassy Sophomore Jimmy Burke. 

A happy shooter named John 
Murphy chocked up 20 points at that 
Great Train Robbery of Philadelphia 
where the Palestra is the Bastille of 
the east. 

Ranked at the time as the nation's 
number twelve team by "Basketball 
Weekly", Pennsylvania was shocked 
in its own back yard, 61-58. After 
that, the Minutemen never stayed 
out of the headlines. 






For some, love affairs come once a 
semester. For others, once a college 
career. But for all, there was a time 
to be happy this winter. Jack Leaman 
and the Minutemen brought it to 
you. 

13 in a row and the winter of 72-73 
rolled headstrong into early spring 
and the NIT staging at festive 
Madison Square Garden. Once 
there, Leaman's Minutemen had 
their say by silencing 16th rated 
Missouri 78-71 in an evening not 
long to be forgotten. For the 5,000 
loyal partisans who put down the 
books for a weekend, this was the 
love affair that bound us all. 

12th rated North Carolina ended 
paradise with a 72-62 halt in the 
tourney's quarterfinals. It was a time 
well worth remembering. 




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And so it came to pass this season 
brought us to the threshold of the 
NIT and tied a school record. 



Of the top 20 teams in the country 
that Leaman faced over the course 
of the winter, he was 3-3. Perhaps 
that was the biggest split ever in 
UMass sporting history. As yet, it 
hasn't been equaled. That's why the 
likes of Harvard and Rutgers made 
attractive financial offers to get 
Uncle Jack. But he'll stay. Three NIT 
performances in four years is a 
tough act for any major college 



coach in the country to follow. 

Going to New York for the NIT 
indeed is a date with emotion. They 
say the City is a nice place to visit, 
but "I wouldn't want to live there", 
and that's pretty much where the 
UMass basketball program has been 
geared the last couple of years. 

If you missed the fracas across from 
the Garden the "night of Missouri", 



you'll have to get the story from 
someone else. There's a good 
chance your friend was there. If you 
were at Goodell, it was still a time for 
you as history will have you bear 
witness. 

At some time in our lives we look at 
emotion face to face. Whether we 
want to admit it or not, "Missouri" 
was one such battle. And the 
Minutemen worked their magic and 
won in bronze 78-71. 




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If you take your seasons "one-at-a- 
time", then mark down 1972-73 as 
one of the best ever for a UMass 
hockey team. The Minutemen had 
the second best record against Divi- 
sion II competition last season, 
compiling a 13-5-2 mark. They also 
boasted the division's hottest scorer 
in Ail-American center, Pat Keenan. 
The Weston, Ontario senior scored 
42 goals in the regular season, break- 
ing his own record of 34 which he 



set as a junior. Only a tailspin (one 
goal in the last four regular-season 
contests) kept Pat from reaching the 
50-goai plateau. He tied for the team 
lead in assists with 22 and tallied an 
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The problem of filling the UMass 
net was indeed frustrating one for 
Coach Jack Canniff. With last 
year's All-American P.J. Flaherty 
gone, a trio of seniors, Peter Erick- 
son, Chicky Rheault, and John 
Kiah, all got a crack at the job. But 
it wasn't quite that simple, and, by 
the season's end, Erickson was 
nursing an injured leg and 
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plenty of scoring punch was team 
captain Don Riley. He tied Keenan 
for most assists and played a strong 
two-way game enroute to a 34 
point season. 

Not all of Canniff's scoring punch 
graduated last June, however. Har- 
ris, last year's freshman sensation 
and Keenan's heir-apparent, tied 
Riley in goal scoring with 12 and 
came up only a point short of him 
in total scoring. With three seasons 
ahead of him, Harris seems certain 
to set some records of his own. 

Jim Lynch and Jimmy Coleman 
were the two hottest scoring ju- 
niors last year, and both should 
help bolster the attack in their 
final year at UMass. Coleman had 
15 goals to finish behind only 
Keenan in that category, and Lynch 
notched nine goals despite sitting 
out half the season with an injury. 



On defense the big hitters, Don 
Lowe and Bob Shilaiie, have both 
graduated, but the best playmaker, 
Mike Ellis is returning. While Ellis 
was leading the blue liners last year 
in scoring as a soph, Shilaiie and 
Lowe were rocking plenty of bod- 
ies no matter what the opposition. 
Canniff is counting heavily on a 
healthy Brian Mulcahy to fill at 
least part of that checking void. 
Despite his small stature, Mulcahy 
proved to be a remarkably tough 
hitter before being sidelined by an 
injury midway through the season. 

The goal is a real question mark. 
Kiah, Rheault, and Erickson have all 
graduated, but they had plenty to 
say about the ups and downs that 
were UMass hockey in the 1972-73 
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The '72-'73 season was one of the 
most memorable in UMass men's 
gymastics. It was the year that the 
Minutemen beat Springfield, placed 
a man on the Ail-American team, 
were involved in international com- 
petition and won more meets than 
in any other season with a record of 
9-3 compared to 7 wins in '71 and 
'72. 

The Minutemen were relatively well 
balanced in all six events. The all- 
around duties were handled by 
Steve Scuderi, Rich Seikunas and 
sophomores Gene Whelan and Bill 
Brouillet. Both free exercise and 
pommel horse were solid events 
with seniors Jack Berner and Steve 
Nelson, juniors jay Thomsen, Brian 
Hassig and sophomores Tim Beasley 
and Roy Johnson combined with the 
all-around men for necessary expe- 
rience and depth. 

This record-breaking season could 
be highlighted by one of several 
events: The Springfield competition. 
UMass had not won this traditional 
rival since their one point victory at 
home in 1969. This was only the third 
time UMass had beaten Springfield 
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UMass had its first involvement in 
international competition, although 
it was a rewarding though losing 
experience. Three Minutemen, all- 
around, and 3 Univ. of New Hamp- 
shire, all-around, formed a Yankee 
Conference All Star team which 
competed against the French Na- 
tional team in April. The American 
team was soundly beaten by the 
French, but Steve Sceideri was the 
top performer for the Americans 
and Bill Brouillet was the 3rd best 
American with his best personal per- 
formance of the year (and of his life). 
Rich Seikunas was the 4th best 
American. 





The Minutemen were behind after 
the pommel horse competition, but 
the team picked up some ground on 
the still rings and long horse vault 
rivalry, then finally pulled ahead by 
Va of a point on the parallel bars. In 
front of a large appreciative home 
crowd, UMass widened the edge of 
victory in the last event, the high 
bar. The Minutemen triumphed 
156.25 to Springfield's 154.75. 

Another highlight of the season was 
Jay Aronstein's 3rd place finish on 
the still rings in the NCAA Champi- 
onships. This happening will be 



remembered in the athletic annals 
of UMass men's gymnastics. Aron- 
stein placed 21st in the NCAA's last 
year. He was the only representative 
at the West coast this year held at the 
University of Oregon. He recorded 
scores of 9.25 (compulsory), 9.40 
(optional), and 9.40 (finals) in the 
three day competition. His 3rd place 
finish automatically placed him as 
a member of the 1973 NCAA All- 
American team. No other male 
gymnast has qualified for the finals 
at the championships, nor has 
placed in the top 3 and has become 
an Ail-American. 



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At the end of a successful season, 
the varsity coaches voted Gene 
Whelan the most valuable team 
member, Dan Spier the most im- 
proved competitor, and Bill Brouillet 
the most promising gymnast. 






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The Harriers captured their 3rd con- 
secutive Yankee Conference Cross 
Country Championship to cap a 
deceptive 6-5 season. The win-loss 
record was not a barometer of the 
team's strength, as the first three 
runners were frequently "rested" 
during the dual meets in preparation 
for the major championship meets at 
the end of the year. The strategy 
worked well as Randy Thomas and 
Bill Gillin finished 4th and 5th in the 
New England Championship and 
led the Harriers to a 2nd place team 
finish. 

The next week the same duo paced 
the team to a 10th place finish in the 
IC4A's team championship. Gillin 
and Thomas journeyed to Houston, 
Texas for the NCAA championship 
and finished in the top third of the 
field. 

Tom Maguire, an outstanding fresh- 
man, had his best day in the Yankee 
Conference when his 5th place fin- 
ish led the Harriers to an 8 point vic- 
tory (34-42) over Rhode Island. 

With these three underclassmen 
returning, the cross country future 
looks bright. 



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For the first time in twenty-seven years the University of 
Massachusetts wrestling team could look to the New Eng- 
land championships and not worry about Springfield Col- 
lege. The 1972-73 season saw the first of two new tourna- 
ments on the New England scene. The old NEIWA had 
split into college and university divisions. Along with 
UMass came URI, BU, BC, Brown, Dartmouth, UMaine, 
UNH, UConn, and Holy Cross to form the New England 
University Wrestling Association. The Yankee Conference 
decided to see who was best in the conference by having 
all schools compete in a tournament for the first time. 

The tale of the UMass team began at UConn when the 
grapplers rolled over the Elis of Yale for the beginnings of 
what would be a 6-0 dual meet record before the semes- 
ter break. In the 6 wins was a clean sweep over Harvard, 
and Ivy League Champs, Cornell. It seemed that UMass 
had the momentum but the question was could they carry 
it over? The answer came in the form of a tough loss to 




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Oswego State on their mats in the 
first post break meet. 

If that wasn't bad enough, the Min- 
utemen returned to face arch-rivals 
Springfield College in what proved 
to be proof of the fact that UMass- 
SC meet is the best dual meet of the 
year in New England. The largest 
crowd to ever view a wrestling 
match at UMass saw the Minutemen 
fight back from an eleven point defi- 
cit to lead 18-17, going in the last 
match, and then see Springfield win 
the last bout and edge UMass 20-18. 

The rest of the dual match season 
went well except for losses to Wilkes 
College and West Point, two of the 
stronger teams in the East. 

The first Yankee Conference Meet 
held at URI saw some real surprises, 
perhaps the biggest one being that 



UMass did not win. The victory went 
to Rhode Island with UMass second. 
The margin of victory turned out to 
be the fact that UMass was not rep- 
resented at one weight class. Win- 
ners for the Minutemen in the Yan 
Con were Dave Amato at 118, Steve 
Benson at 158, and Heavyweight 
George Ireland. The other surprise 
was that Boston University had come 
up with an exceptional team and 
they were to be reckoned with in 
the New Englands. 

UMass had the priviledge of hosting 
the first NEUWA Tourney and from 
the start it was pretty much a two 
team race for the title with UMass 
beating URI this time around. Going 
into the finals UMass had six men 
alive and the other four had already 
placed third by winning the consola- 
tions. Senior co-captain Carl Damb- 
man had dropped to 190 in quest of 




a third New England title (he was 
twice defending heavyweight 
champ) but enroute to that goal he 
was upset by BU's John Stoll. Damb- 
man finished his college career with 
a 52-13-1 record and two New Eng- 
land titles, plus a ninth place finish in 
the NCAA's. 

The other senior co-captain Dave 
Amato almost didn't achieve the 
New England title that had so long 
eluded him (he was twice runner- 
up). Amato breezed to the finals but 
ran into a very determined URI 
opponent who built up a 6-3 lead on 
him. With ten seconds left on the 
clock, Amato made his move and 
pinned his man with two seconds 
left, (see photo sequence) 

The only other winner of the six fi- 
nalists was George Ireland as he con- 
tinued UMass' dominance of Heavy- 
weight New England titles. He 
pinned his way to the finals where 
he won by default. Both Ireland and 
Amato travelled to the Nationals (a- 
long with the other NEUWA Champs 
as the NEUWA became one of the 
NCAA's sixteen qualifying meets.). 
At the Nationals, in Seattle, Wash- 
ngton, Amato won one match, get- 
ting knocked out by the top seed 
from Oklahoma University, while 
Ireland was defeated by Michigan's 
number two seed. 

The loss of Amato and Dambman 
can only be brightened by the fact 
that the rest of the NEUWA Champs 
are returning and they include Larry 
Reynolds — 126, NEUWA second; 
Mike McGlaughlin — 134, NEUWA 
third; Steve Rome — 142, NEUWA 
third; Cliff Blom — 150, NEUWA 
runner-up; Steve Sanson — 158, 
NEUWA runner-up; and 1973-74 
captain, Chris Cadwallader — 167, 
NEUWA third; and John Connolly — 
177, NEUWA second. 



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But for senior co-captains Hirsch 
Seidman and Dwight Blomquist, All- 
Americans running on the same 
midfield line, it was a spring semes- 
ter that saw the traditionals, Wil- 
liams, Wesleyan, MIT, etc, fall rather 
easily. Still Massachusetts stayed shy 
of the national top ten losing to 
Adelphi and then Brown for the 
New England title. 

It was a kind of a season that saw 
even the new blood from Long Is- 
land — goalie John Rutledge, De- 
fenseman Rich Lally, midfielder Jack 
Moran, and Garahan — ail carry 
their load. Southpaw attackman 
Freddie Michaels hobbled through a 
new record performance along with 
Garahan. 

In a time when everybody went big 
time down Boyden way, Garber just 
sat in his corner office and smiled. 
He's already there one big game 
away from a small college national 
title. Patience will get you gold. 



It started and ended at the State 
University of New York at Cortland. 
It was there in the seemingly undis- 
turbed wilderness of Upper State 
where the original Indians played 
this cradle game and the fortune and 
fame of Garber's Gorillas escaped. 

After absorbing a 10-8 opening day 
loss at Cortland State, the Gorillas bit 
their lip. Now through 19 seasons, 
Garber will personally remember 
this one along with the seniors that 
brought UMass back from Cortland 
to a 11-4 season, a sixth straight 
Northeast Division title, and a victo- 
ry over Springfield College in the 
U.S.I.L.A. Small College National 
Tournament. Then it was back to 
Cortland and the finish. 

UMass met the Red Dragons in the 
quarterfinals and not even the one 
man brillance of new school scoring 
leader Frank Garahan, a transfer 
from North Country CC, could the 
Gorillas advance. It was 9-3 Cortland 
and no champagne. 



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The Minutemen track team com- 
bined the experience of four seniors 
and the enthusiasm of an abundant- 
ly talented freshman and sopho- 
more class to achieve an 8-2 rec- 
ord. The seniors who accounted for 
4 of the top 7 scorers will be sorely 
missed and difficult to replace. 

Dennis Boisvert established himself 
as the number one discus thrower in 
New England winning the individual 
title by a toss of 175'2". This toss 
ranked him as the top thrower in the 
East and qualified him for the NCAA 
Championship. 




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Senior Tony Pendleton was the 
team's leading scorer, setting rec- 
ords in the 100 and 220, while also 
sharing in the New England Champi- 
onship 440 relay. Pendleton was the 
Yankee Conference champion in 
the 220 and New England finalist for 
3 consecutive years. 

Steve Levine was school record 
holder in the 600 yard run and par- 
ticipated in 4 school record-setting 
relays. He was beaten only twice 
during his senior year and was the 
team's 2nd leading scorer. 

Dennis Busa was the "iron man" of 
the class of '73 trackmen. He was 3rd 
in the Yankee Conference 100 and 
220, scoring in the New England 
Championships in the 220 during his 
junior and senior years. Busa was 
also a member of 2 record-setting 
relays. 

The underclassmen provided the 
team with great enough depth to 
run up scores against their oppo- 
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Jumping events were a strong point 
for the team. Freshman Bob Adam- 
son and Sophomore Tim Gillams 
established school records in the 
long jump and triple jump, respec- 
tively. They joined Peter Ryan and 
Mike Geraghty to give the Minute- 
men 4 of the top 10 jumpers in New 
England. 

Distance running reigned supreme 
throughout the season. Sophomores 
Randy Thomas and Bill Gillin set 
school records in the 2 mile run and 
steeplechase, respectively. 



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Thomas ran 8:58.4 and 4:11.4 in the 
mile while Gillin ran the steeple- 
chase in 9:03 placing him 3rd in the 
!C4A meet, after winning the New 
England Championship the week 
before. 

The 1973 track team rewrote the 
record book during the winter and 
spring seasons; the best in Coach 
Ken O'Brien's career. Sixteen school 
records were outdone in individual 
and relay events. 






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It was a year that saw the 
Minutemen come out a winner in 
the Yankee Conference, losing only 
to UNH on the road. And it was a 
year that saw them drop two to 
Harvard who went on to represent 
New England in the College World 
Series in Omaha, by scores of 5-4 
and then by 4-2 at Fenway Park in 
the New England Playoffs. 

Many will remember it as an 
exceptionally cold spring while 
others will remember it as a spring 
that saw the deterioration of dreams, 
dreams of Omaha that started after a 
successful showing in the 7th Annual 
Riverside Baseball Tournament held 
in Riverside, California. The Minute- 
men played well on the West Coast 
and returned to Amherst with a 5-4 
record including a 2-0 shutout 
victory over Vanderbuilt and a 7-6 
victory over nationally ranked 
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from the standpoint of the 
professional scout too. By the time 
the baseball draft is over UMass may 
well have placed four more athletes 
within the pro ranks. Mike Flanagan 
(9-1 on the year and undefeated 
during the regular season) 
completed two years of varsity 
competition with a 13-1 and will be 
sorely missed next year. Co-captains 
Ed McMahon and Tom White will 
both become property of a pro club 
and Mark Palau is likely to be 
drafted as a talented third baseman. 



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The strong point of UMass baseball 
going into the season was 
supposedly the pitching but, as 
things turned out it didn't hold up. 
The hitting did though, with Steve 
Newell leading the Yankee 
Conference in batting, sporting a 
.374 average. He also had 12 doubles 
and 5 home runs on the year. The 
Minutemen finished with an .301 
team batting average but as Coach 
Dick Bergquist put it after the 
season, "We just couldn't put it all 
together at certain times when we 
needed to." 



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The tennis Minutemen did it again, 
winning the Yankee Conference 
Championship for the third consec- 
utive year. The Netmen, with a rec- 
ord of 8-1 did it under the coaching 
of Steve Kasakowski and the young- 
est starting lineup in UMass' history 
(3 sophomores, 2 juniors, and 1 
senior). 

The finals for the Conference lasted 
16 hours in Storrs, Connecticut 
where the Minutemen tallied 21 
points, URI got 15 and UConn 13. 

The victors in the singles brackets 
were Steve Ferber, senior captain, 
Don Douglas and Fred Braley, at 
third, fifth and sixth (all winning eas- 
ily). Double winner Douglas teamed 
with Ted Donahue for the Confer- 
ence doubles crown, as Mike Philipp 
joined Robert Schpeiser for a win at 
the second doubles At third dou- 
bles, Ferber and Braley clinched the 
match hours before the tourna- 
ment's end by winning the crucial 
match against URI 7-5, 6-1 . 



The one loss of the season was to 
Amherst, where the Minutemen 
have been knocked off 46 times in 
the last 47 years. UMass, as the visitor 
had several disadvantages. 

There is growing controversy over 
the surface of courts. Our netmen 
practice on hard asphalt, which is 
much faster than the slower clay top 
at Amherst. 

Also, tennis, unlike basketball, hock- 
ey, or football, attracts few fans. 
They don't cheer or yell while the 
action is on. They cannot really set a 
tempo or generate enthusiasm, 
bubbling with excitement. Instead 
tennis followers sit quietly, nodding 
back and forth, clapping at appro- 
priate moments. 

Any advantage derived from playing 
at home, is knowing that there are 
supportive onlookers present. 





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Mark James, president of the para- 
chuting club, competed m the Na- 
tionals held in Florida. He lost first 
place by three cm. on a disputed 
decision by the officials. 

The club is open to any U-Mass stu- 
dent in order to receive reduced 
rates in jumping, and can be con- 
tacted through RSO or at the Turn- 
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Endurance, strength, co-operation 
and a lot of time marked the pre- 
requisites for UMass crew. For some, 
it was the only love, for others, it was 
a lot of pain and for those few who 
stuck it out, it was the comradeship 
brought on by improving together 
and working together for a common 
goal. 

It wasn't easy. Preparation began in 
September. A hotshot coach, Mike 
Vespoli, constantly attired in an 
Dartmouth track official's cap, 
blended his desire to win with the 
teaching ability of his assistant. 
Chick Leonard, to put together a 
championship crew. 



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The rowers were not sure what to 
expect. Those who prized their so- 
cial hours and those who took row- 
ing half heartedly soon dropped 
out. The emphasis at first was to 
develop each rower and Vespoli 
watched them closely. Most took 
part in the Head of the Charles, 
which groups clubs, colleges and 
universities together. But the nor- 
mal end of fall rowing did not end 
there. Two more weeks of practice 
followed. Over the winter, there was 
no pause, as the oarsmen moved 
indoors to work with weights. The 
outdoors provided running room. 

As spring neared, the crew team 
held a raffle and obtained another 
method of exercising, an ergome- 
ter. This indoor rowing machine 
told exactly how hard the man was 
working, so each knew how well or 
how poorly he was doing. 

Finally they were back on the water. 
Each man chipped in about $50 for 
a spring vacation at Princeton. 
Double sessions ensued to insure 
that the desire to be out on the wa- 
ter, competing, was still present. 
Dedication prevailed and the oars- 
men swept their first three regattas, 
before losing to the national cham- 
pion Penn rowers. Their goal of 
winning the Dad Vail in Philadelphia 
was at hand. 

Whether they won or not is not im- 
portant. What matters is that they 
believed in themselves, when very 
few did and that they had enlarged 
their prestige, to be considered 
a contender for a college 




championship. 

It sure was a long stroke for a part 
time salary to cover a full time 
sport. Nine long months. And then 
they won the Vail! 

Muscle, desire, betting shirts with 
foes and dunking the coxswain after 
a win is rowing. 

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The UMass Rugby Club had its most 
successful season this spring since its 
formation in the spring of 1968. 
Since then many people who have 
come and gone to UMass, and some 
who have been around the whole 
time, have put a lot of hard work 
into making the club the success that 
it is. Setting up a schedule, organiz- 
ing the post-game parties, and run- 
ning raffles and dances to raise 
money means a lot of time and ener- 
gy expended. Not to mention prac- 
tice 3 days a week and games on Sat- 
urday and Sunday. But let everyone 
remember that rugby is not all work. 
Rugby is parties after every game . . . 
a spring trip to Florida . . a 3 hour 
drive to play in Portland ... a 4 hour 
drive to New York city, only to get 
thrown off the field. And let's not 
forget the First Annual Awards Ban- 
quet — the maggots who play rugby 
get hit in the face with a little class, 
but abandon it for the keg over in 
the corner . . 



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With six golfers consistantly in the 
70's, Coach Fan Gaudette blended 
together two members of each class 
to annex the Yankee Conference 
crown and place eighth in New Eng- 
land. Basically a young team, as only 
one of the top five will be lost to 
graduation, the Minutemen golfers 
finished strong to compile a 12-3 
match record. Soph. Joe Artman just 
nudged senior Gary Russel for MVP 
honors as both shot around 75 for 
the season. The rest of the team in- 
cluded Dave Grygiel, Dave Kern, Jim 
Duane, Rick Olsen, John Lasek and 
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INTRAMURALS 




As in previous years, the intramural 
program grew some more this year. 
Some 7,000 students participated in 
the twenty sports that were offered 
by the intramurals office, and with 
almost 300 softball teams alone, 
there was no doubt about the suc- 
cess of the program. Kappa Sigma 
won the Stephen Davis award as the 
outstanding unit for giving the best 
overall performance. Other award 
winners were Chadbourne House 
(Residential Division); Munich 
Munchkins (Independent); Wheeler 
Trojans (Women's Residential); Chi 
Omega (Sorority Division) and an 
Anonymous team for the Women's 
Independent. 






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MINUTEMEN 
72-73 RECORDS 
MEN'S 
INTERCOLLEGIATE 

Football 9-2-0 

Yankee Conference Champions 

NCAA Eastern College Division Champions 

Basketball 20-7-0 

Yankee Conference Champions 

Hockey 14-11-2 

Wrestling 10-4-0 

N.E. University Division Team Champions 

Lacrosse 9-2-0 

New England Division Champions 

Tennis 8-1-0 

Yankee Conference Champions 

Golf 11-2-0 

Yankee Conference Champions 

Baseball 19-6-1 

Ski 

New England Interconference Champions 

Cross Country 5-5-0 

Yankee Conference Champions 

Soccer 5-3-2 

Gymnastics 9-3-0 

Track (Outdoor) 6-2-0 



WOMEN'S 
INTERCOLLEGIATE 

Field Hockey 6-2-1 

Tennis 

Fall 4-2 

Spring 3-1 

Basketball 7-4 

Ski 

Second in WiSC Conference 

Softball 4-2 (partial) 

Gymnastics 5-1 (dual meet) 

Second in Easterns 

All East Team and All Americans — 

Betsy East, Anne Vexler, Jeannine 

Burger, Margie Combs 

Nationals — NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

WON BY UMASS 



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Section Editors 

Alan Chapman 

Cindy Gonet 
Photographers and contributers 
Women's Gymnastics 

Gib Fullerton 
Football 

Marty Kelley 

Gib Fullerton 

Ken Sulin 

George Withers 

Doug Hurst 

Alan Chapman 
Soccer 

Cindy Gonet 

Steve Quigley 

Mark Majeski 
Swimming 

John Neister 
Basketball 

Marty Kelley 

Gib Fullerton 

Alan Chapman 

George Withers 

Doug Hurst 
Hockey 

Roy Lyons 

Alan Chapman 
Men's Gymnastics 

Steve Quigley 

Tom Dunn 

Cindy Gonet 
Wrestling 

John Bock 

John Neister 
Track 

Ed Mangiaratti 



Baseball 

Mike Brophy 

Frank Antosiewicz 

Alan Chapman 
Lacrosee 

Bill Beggs 

Alan Chapman 

Marty Keliey 
Tennis 

Cindy Gonet 

Kevin Mack 

Bob Berman 
Parachuting 

John Neister 
Crew 

Frank Antosiewicz 
Rugby 

Steve Ferrar 

Alan Chapman 
Golf 

Alan Chapman 

Frank Antosiewicz 
Intramurals 

Frank Antosiewicz 

Mark Benson 

Alan Chapman 

The girl on the phone 
Cross Country 

Mark Majeski 
Kodaliths 

Alan Chapman 
(football, hockey, golf) 

John Neister 
(swimming, skiing, 
parachuting) 



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unhooked her bra. She unbuttoned his shirt and slipped it off him. He finished removing her bra and blouse and 
reached for her thighs. He moved his handup her tnigh, over her stomach, and unsnapped her jeans and unzipped 
them. He slipped his hand under her sheer black panties. She pulled off his underwear. They rolled on their sides ca- 
ressing each other. He slipped off the rest of her clothes. 

"If you'd rather stay here than at Judy's, I'm sure we could arrange something." 

"Yeah, but what would we do," she giggled. 

Laughing, they turned down the bed and crawled under the covers. After finishing what they had started, they fell 
asleep in each other's arms. 

After rising late Tuesday morning Sherman and Ronnie sauntered over to Boyden for registration. They had overslept 
because Sherman had quickly returned to his old school-time habit of turning off the alarm clock without ever waking 
up. 

As they started up the stairway they spotted a stack of Collegians. 

"Back-to-School Issue — Fall 1973" boasted the paper in big bold letters across the top. 

"Well, the Collegian is up to its old mistakes," said Ronnie. "Last I knew it was only fall '72." 

After going through a smooth registration, they returned to Sherman's room. Steve and Kathy were there eagerly 
awaiting their arrival. 

"We got a great idea," Steve greeted them. 

"Steve will move in with me and Ronnie, you can move in with Sherman." Sherman leaped on the idea. Ronnie started 
to analyze it. She worried briefly about friends and family from back home showing up unexpectedly . 

The rest of the day was spent reversing the positions of Ronnie's and Steve's personal belongings. It had only been a 
couple days earlier that everything was set up in the first place. 



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As evening set in and the job was completed, they all decided to celebrate with dinner at the Rusty Scupper, a movie at 
the Campus Cinema, a late night drink at the Pub, where John Morgan was making his claim to fame, and topping 
everything off with a McManus sundae at two the next morning. 

Sherman and Ronnie returned to her new, his old room, Kathy and Steve disappeared. Sherman switched on his stereo 

FM. 

"And now for some new gold from the Spring of 72, Don McClean and — " 

"Starry, Starry night "sang the radio. 

"That song was popular when we first met formally," said Ronnie. 

"Yeah. Last semester at Franklin Commons. I was sitting with the jelio slurper, you were his victim." 

"I'll say I was his victim. He snuck up behind me, leaned over, put his face in my plate of jello and made a gross 
sound. Before I could do anything, he and my jello disappeared, leaving me naught but an empty bowl." 

Jello slurping had become popular that spring (except for Sunday nights.) 

"You were very nice to offer a replacement," she whispered in his ear and began to hug him. 

"1 had ulterior motives," he whispered back and pecked her on the cheek. 

"FHa! It sure took you long enough to progress, that was six months ago," she laughed. 

"Patience is a virtue," answered Sherman trying to sound angry. He laughed and held her tightly. "Want to smoke? 
it's good stuff, all tops and leaves." He pulled out a nickel bag. 

After sharing a joint and a bottle of Boone's Farm Apple Wine, they put on Jesus Christ Superstar and went to bed. 



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By the light of the stereo after they had fallen asleep, one 
could have seen the last string of smoke floating towards 
the berry, still sitting on the bookshelf, if one were there. 

The ray of sunlight pranced through the window, glanced 
off the mirror, bounced on the bedposts and exploded on 
the righteous red berry. 

Ronnie had accidentally angled herself in bed to be look- 
ing straight at the berry as her eyes fell open about 10 
Wednesday morning. The bright light eloquently enshrin- 
ing Sherman's berry forced Ronnie to slam her eyes 
closed. She sat up. Her head's insides felt like nothing 
more than a bowling ball flashing down an alley towards a 
smashing strike. She quickly lay down again before the 
candlepins inside her could fly apart and shake open her 
skull. Sne fell back asleep. 

About noon they finally struggled out of bed. Neither 
admitted that they had anything in particular they wanted 
to accomplish that day, so they took the afternoon easily. 
They kept the room dim to avoid "eye burn." 

By the time they got around to facing the fact that they 
had to go out to eat supper, or starve that evening, they 
received a call from Kathy. Bill and Cheryl were having a 
party at Cheryl's apartment about nine. She'd see them 
there; they concluded. 

Sherman and Ronnie decided to go to Flo's for dinner. At 
that time, Sherman discovered Ronnie had something he 
didn't. 

"It's a Toyota. I had a good job at the Shawmut Bank in 
Boston last summer and the summer before," Ronnie 
explained about how she came to own and afford a 
wheeled possession. 

Sherman started to consider the fringe benefits of his new 
relationship with Ronnie. "Ah, she's got a car!" said a 
devilish voice not too far back in Sherman's mind. 

They were riding down the main street in Florence as 
Sherman pointed out the famous restaurant in the rail-car 
shaped building. "This is it," he said almost shouting as 
Ronnie was about to drive past. 

"But that sign says Miss Florence Diner, not Flo's," 
Ronnie protested. 

"Yeah. That's Flo's. Haven't you ever been here before?" 

"No." 

"You've never been to Flo's!?" cried Sherman in the 
tone of voice used by all UMass students who are veter- 
ans of Flo's upon the discovery of a UMass student who 
has never been to Flo's. "Bill and Cheryl even met here 
years ago." 

Ronnie parked the car in back of the restaurant and 
asked, naturally, how Bill and Cheryl met. 

Sherman explained that it was the evening of the Buffe 
Ste. Marie - David Frye - Traffic - Homecoming '70 
concert — the last to be held in the Cage. Cheryl, an 
English major from Newton, was having supper with her 
roommate at Flo's at the same time Bill and his room- 
mate were there. Both had enjoyed the normally good 
food and were leaving. Bill, a marketing major from 
West Warren, walked to his car and noticed on the way 
that Cheryl was having trouble with hers. He offered to 
help her so she and her roommate asked for a ride 
back to the University. They all introduced each other 
in the car and determined that everyone's eventual 
destination was the same — the concert. 

When they joined the line, it was early and it only 
reached the kilns in back of Munson Hall. By the time 



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The COLLEGIAN, no matter how 
highly criticized, always found a 
place, whether it be under a coffee 
cup or over your head in a 
rainstorm. It no doubt contributed 
to the training of puppies, the 
removal of food and the padding of 
bicycle seats. 

its main purpose, however, was 
amassing and dispersing news in the 
college community, in the nation 
and in the world. 

The paper offered "B.C.", "The 
Wizard of Id", and "Peanuts". This 
was the year Charlie Brown won a 
baseball game. There was the 
crossword puzzle to baffle you while 
sitting in on that nauseating 9:05 
Geology lecture and the daily 
horoscope to forecast the events of 
the day. There was room to air your 
opinions and gripes in the "Letters 
to the Editor" page. 

The staff could not be labelled 
Pulitzer Prize material, but it was 
made up of volunteers who did their 
best to make the paper available by 8 
a.m. 

A lot of people didn't agree with 
what the COLLEGIAN said or how 
they said it, but the staff of about 100 
did their best, no matter how 
thankless their job was. 



POOR RICHARD'S, which emerged 
in the fall of 1972, expanded and 
began to examine in-depth fine arts 
and entertainment activities. 

Yes, this was the year that was: 
McGovern won Massachusetts, 
Nixon won the nation. 

More students were killed in 
Louisiana. 

Men walked on the moon. 




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The Campus Center kept losing 
money. 

Eighteen-year olds were allowed to 
drink. 

The editorial pages made Louis 
Morini and Bob Estelle celebrities. 

The library was reported sinking. 

An issue was made of faculty 
unionization and the 1500 per cent 
increase in parking fees. 

In its second year of daily 
publication, the Associated Press 
gave the COLLEGIAN a first class 
rating, stating, "the paper falls short 
of the top dailies in the country." 

Now in its sixth year of being a daily, 
the COLLEGIAN has vastly improved 
and will continue as long as student 
participation, input, and dedication 
remain. 



"Peace with honor" was established 
in Viet Nam. 

The School of Ed was taken over 
Controversy was reported con- 
cerning Third World re- 
presentation on the Student 
Senate. 

Investigations were made about 
alleged food thefts from the dining 
commons. 

The loyalty oath controversy flared. 




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WMUA 





WMUA completed its first year of 
expanded service in 1973, adding a 
long-awaited "Stereo" to its call- 
sign. The station, now in its 24th year 
of operation, is familiar to area 
students as one of the area's best 
examples of progressive radio 
programming. Daily features, 
besides new albums and artists, 
include "Mother Earth News", and 
the ever-popular "Rideboard". 
Program Director Laredo said that, 
"We don't want to do the same 
things that every other radio station 
does. That's not what we're here 
for." 

The station's strong News and Public 
Affairs Department, headed up by 
Jim Concannon, continued such 
long-running evening programs as 
Ken Mosakowski's "Focus", "The 
University Week in Review", and 
"Cyclebreaker", and instituted some 
new programs, "Interpose", 
"Openings", and a series of 
documentaries prepared by the 
station's Special Reports Group. 



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Area listeners got their first looi< at a 
WMUA Program Guide in the 
Spring, a development planned for a 
number of years. "Now our listeners 
can plan ahead, exercise some 
discrimination in their listening 
patterns," commented General 
Manager John Zizis. "In the past, 
listening to WMUA has been a catch 
as catch can proposition. Sadly, the 
only people who knew what was 
coming next were the people 
working there. That's bad radio." 

Kent Best and Don Gorski worked 
with a team of announcers to keep 
up with the best UMass sports 
season in years. The station provided 
coverage of football, basketball, 
hockey, and baseball, as well as 
looking into some of the 
personalities involved in UMass ath- 
letics through the weekly "Sports 
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Graduating seniors have seen 
WMUA grow from a small station 
barely heard in Southwest to a 
respected progressive rock station 
heard over a large part of Western 
Massachusetts. What's in the future 
for "Free Form and Informative 
Radio"? We've got to keep growing 
and changing," said Zizis. "We 
won't be the same station four or 
five years from now, because our 
audience will be different. I just 
hope we can keep up." 



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the door opened, the lines extended 
all the way back to Berkshire House. 

The four stood towards the front of 
the line. The crowd surged forward 
between the fences by the door. 
4500 persons tried to crash through 
the double door and between the 
fences at once. Cheryl, her foot no 
longer touching the ground, was 
pushed up against Bill. They were 
pushed together against the fence, 
which was bending apart. Cheryl 
held onto him tightly for her life. 
Suddenly the fence gave out and fell 
over, with Bill on top. Cheryl fell 
sideways into the line. Bill sprung up 
quickly. Cheryl was being trampled 
as the mob continued to push its 
way into the Cage. She looked up 
just in time to see the bottoms of 
three feet stepping on her ribs and 
legs. Bill reached for her leg and 
gave a pull. His hand got kicked, but 
so did Cheryl's head. She was 
knocked unconscious. Bill pulled 
her out of the line and on top of the 
fallen fence. They were safe for the 
moment as thousands pushed their 
way into the Cage just inches from 
the fence. 

After the line had gone in, a police 
wagon brought Cheryl to the 
infirmary. 

"She stayed there for a few days and 
Bill visited her," concluded 
Sherman. 

After dinner and a sundae at Friend- 
ly's they went to the party at Cheryl's 
Puffton Village apartment. The only 
others who showed were Kathy and 
Steve. The six sat stoned silently 
studying stacks of striped circular 
astrological signs; then sang some 
songs. 

Steve and Kathy got nostalgic and 
reminisced about their relationship's 
development. 

They had met during the spring '70 
strike. Steve was secretly on the pay- 
roll of the Windy Sandblasting 
Company. His job was to encourage 
students to write on walls of brick 
and concrete buildings. Steve's job 
wasn't hard since students' prime 
targets were the tunnel, Whitmore, 
Herter, and Bartlett, anyway. Steve 
just had to encourage the use of 
paint rather than posters. 

Kathy was assistant manager of the 
People's Poster Printing Shop. That 
had been set up for any student with 
the strike steering committee's ap- 
proval to use for publicizing com- 
plaints about the war, the president, 
or anything anti-establishment. 

The steering committee met once to 
decide which was better for relating 



to the people, poster or paint. They 
decided to encourage paint because 
it wasted less paper. They also went 
on to block access to the second 
floor of the Student Union, which 
they had pretty much taken over, to 
anyone without the proper creden- 
tials which they would issue. It was a 
classic case of the government pro- 
tecting the power structure while 
disregarding the governed. 

Anyway, one night, Steve persuaded 
Kathy to go on a sign painting mis- 
sion with him. When they were 
done, he asked her up to his room to 
see his etchings. Tney ended up 
etching and scratching each other 
most ofthe night. 

"You know what I did during the 
strike?" Ronnie asked. 

"No," answered Steve. He truned 
back to Kathy. "You were funny 
back then." 

"What da ya mean, funny?" she said. 
Her eyes flared, but she tried to sup- 
press the fast rising anger. 

"The way you went around 
mouthing off all those liberal phras- 
es. You did it last spring, too," he 
jabbed. 

A sudden summer thunderstorm of 
anger violently cracked within her. 

"You pompous pig!" she screamed 
at him. "You think I'm going to sit 
here and listen to you make iokes 
out of all those things I workea hard 
for? You've never worked hard for 
anything in your life. At least I don't 
spy on other students." 

"I never spied on other students! I 
just encouraged them to use paint," 
said Steve, trying to direct Kathy's 
thinking, and the thinking of the 
other's listening. 

"I'm not talking about that," Kathy 
continued vindictively. "I mean the 
time when you worked for the Dis- 
trict attorney. Telling him who was 
buying and who was selling so he 
could arrest all those kids on the last 
day of classes." 

The others would have fallen 
through the floor when they heard 
that about the big bust of the Spring 
of 1971, if it were possible. 

"I don't know what you're talking 
about." 

"Don't deny it. You were turning 
over names to the DA just so you 
wouldn't be convicted for the time 
they caught you." 

The others were too stunned for the 
moment to speak. 



Steve shot back, "You promised to 
keep that a secret! Ha, I'll bet you 
probably couldn't even keep your 
abortion secret from your cousin's 
dead grandmother." 

Bursting into tears, Kathy ran into 
the bathroom. Ronnie sprang after 
to try and help. 

"Were you really an informer? 
When did Kathy have an abortion?" 

Steve felt sick. Moments before, 
these two secrets had only been 
known by himself and Kathy, but 
now they were known by the whole 
world, he thought to himself. He 
went to join Kathy in the bathroom. 
Ronnie rejoined Sherman outside 
the door. 

Steve reached to take Kathy in his 
arms but she wriggled out of them. 

"Look," he said after he cornered 
her, "I'm sorry. I won't make fun of 
you anymore." 

"Go away. All you ever do is humili- 
ate me. You always make fun of me, 
never take me seriously, and you 
never really listen to me. In fact, you 
never really listen to any girl." 

"Well, I just heard you tell the whole 
world our secrets." 

"You never really listen when I have 
something important to say." 

"Idoto." 

"Only when 1 ask if you want to go 
to bed." 

'Well, that's important." 

"Will you please take me seriously. 
Don't you think I have any feelings!? 
You step all over me, you use me, 
just to build up your super-inflated 
ego, you don't respect me, you treat 
me like — " 



Steve gave her such a slap that the 

sound of it called the others in 

from the living room. When they 

ot to the doorway, Steve ran out 

eaving Kathy crying in the corner. 



Sherman and Bill went after Steve 
while Ronnie and Cheryl looked 
after Kathy. 

"1 love him, but I don't like the way 
he treats me," she told the girls in- 
side. 

"I love her, and i know I should treat 
her better," he told the guys out- 
side. 

"You're going to have to if you want 
to keep the relationship going," 
suggested Sherman. 

"Well, I'm really not sure if she has 



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It's been an exciting whirlwind year 
for University Year for ACTION, tfie 
program designed to open the vast 
human and material resources of 
universities across the country to 
their surrounding low-income 
communities. 

UMass/Amherst/UYA once again 
had the largest program in the 
country to administer; a dynamic 
record of effective action against 
poverty that serves as the model for 
over fifty similar programs to 
maintain, and nearly 100 Volunteers 
working full-time in a dozen 
western Massachusetts cities to 
oversee. 

And the ACTION year is only 
beginning. On June 25th, nearly 100 
students will begin community 
service as University Year for AC- 
TION Volunteers, in positions rang- 
ing from legal assistants with 
Western Mass. Legal Services, to 
math teachers with the 
Neighborhood Youth Corps in 
Springfield, to recreation leaders 
with the Holyoke Model Cities 
Program. With UYA, the Volunteers 
will work full-time at community 
agencies and institutions that are 
serving the needs of low-income 
and institutionalized population of 
western Massachusetts. They will 
receive a full year of academic 
credit, a monthly living allowance, 
and a readjustment allowance at the 
conclusion of the year. 

Most importantly, though, they will 
receive a viable alternative to the 
traditional notion of a university 
education. They will receive an 
education that is experiential in 
nature, one which speaks most 
directly to those students who feel a 



committment to the world around 
them, a committment they do not 
want to postpone while they "go to 
college". 

Yes, it was a busy year for University 
Year for ACTION. In September, 72 
students entered the program. They 
were joined by 35 more in January, 
and planning for, and recruitment 
of, the students expected to enter 
Phase V of the program began early 
in the spring, and will continue right 
through the summer. 

It was a rewarding year, as well. 
Reports from past UYA Volunteers 
still involved in community service 
continued to filter in, from as far 
away as California, and as near as 
Massachusetts. 

This past year also saw the academic 
credibility of UYA strengthened 
when the UMass faculty senate 
accepted a 1-15 credit practicum 
proposal "for knowledge gained 
through field experience" — a 
proposal that originated with several 
Phase I Volunteers. 

Working relations with the other 
area colleges were also 
strengthened, in an effort to enable 
more students from the Five College 
community to develop individual 
academic programs that would allow 
them the learning experiences 
offered by UYA. 

Over thirty community agencies — 
including 14 new agencies — 
submitted proposals requesting UYA 
Volunteers for the upcoming year — 
a testimony to both the caliber of 
Volunteers in the past, and the 
increasing demand for the human 
resources made available by UYA. 





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Still, everyone associated with the 
program knows that the whirlwind 
— and the rewards — are not about 
to stop: the nearly 100 Volunteers 
currently in the field; the University 
administrators and faculty whose 
support is so essential to the 
program's well-being; the UYA staff 
which continues to work toward the 
day when the UYA concept will be a 
permanent fixture on the UMass 
campus; and certainly the thousands 
of low-income families whose lives 
have been touched by the presence 
of UYA Volunteers in their 
community. 

Steve Seche 



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ACTION 





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"DOGGY-DOO 



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Bobby Gage — he's part of that pack 
of Vice-chancellors — was really 
pissed. 

it was the middle of summer, one of 
those hot dog days when everything 
steams up. Even the mud looks like 
it's been through a dog day. 

Well, Bobby was just walking along 
by Whitmore, his head in the clouds, 
thinking about all those important 
administrative matters and what d'ya 
think happened? You bet, Bobby 
stepped into a pile of doggy-doo. 

"They can't do this to me," Bobby 
thought. "It's unsanitary." 

So when the students came to 
school in September, Bobby told 
them that he wouldn't allow any 
pets to stay on campus — doggies, 
pussies, aardvarks, even ant farms 
and goldfish. 




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"A dorm cell is no place for pets," 
Bobby sagaciously observed. 

"Neither is it a place for students," 
students observed. 

Bobby had his high-placed friends 
hire doggie-catchers. 

But the doggies didn't know/ how to 
read, and some of them couldn't 
even speak English, so they didn't 
understand what Bobby was saying, 
and they stayed on campus. 

Weil, the story isn't over yet. 

Bobby is still pissed about the 
unsanitary doggy-doo. 

The doggies are still ignoring Bobby. 

And all over campus Omni and 
Rover, Razberry and Fido, Schuitzie 
and Devon are dooing it as they are 
prone to do. 

Don Glickstein 



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CENTRAL 



Although the Central Area lost two 
dormitories with the sale of Hills 
House to the University, the 
independence of that living Area 
continued to assert itself in 
the establishment of a viable 
community. 

The Area, with a commitment of 
obliterating racism and sexism in its 
dormitories, hired two Graduate 
Assistants in Human Relations to 
serve the residents. Central's 
decision-making apparatus, made 
up of students and staff, feel that 
1972-73 was an important step 
forward in the attainment of a better 
living situation. 





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1972-73 saw the re-opening of newly 
renovated Chadbourne House, and 
the beginnings of renovation for 
Greenough House. Both projects 
were guided by a student-staff 
committee from each House. 

The Central Area Council, as the 
elected student government, co- 
sponsored concerts with the New 
Africa House and the Orchard Hill 
area, in addition to providing 
information, speakers, films, dances, 
coffeehouses, and a newspaper to 
the Area community. As is tradition, 
the spring Happening on the Hill 
ritual was a great success. 




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The Environmental Standards Com- 
mittee continued to work with the 
Area Business Manager concerning 
physical and financial dormitory 
matters. 

The Central Area Academic Affairs 
Committee continued to press for- 
ward by programming University 
classes and an acclaimed colloquia 
program into the Houses. The 
Committee also gauged student 
opinion to determine tne feasibility 
of offering new academic programs 
in the Area. The results indicated a 
willingness of the Area to embark on 
a coordinated, innovative plan for 
1974. 

Although Central rarely received 
attention from the rest of the Uni- 
versity community, the Area resi- 
dents and staff continued to build 
on its tradition as innovator in stu- 
dent living styles. 

Ross Benjamin 



all that to complain about. She does the cooking, some- 
times I help with that. But I take her out to really nice 
places, all the latest movies, and all the in parties." 

They took Steve back in to face Kathy. There would 
either be a final round or the two would make up, they 
figured. 

Back inside, Kathy and Steve stood, in uneasy silence 
until Kathy askecl if they could leave. They made a 
quiet exit. 

Immediately afterwards, Ronnie and Sherman 
bid Bill and Cheryl a good night. They stepped out 
the door and Sherman tripped down the two stairs. 
Ronnie wanted to laugh, but was too polite. She 
gave him a hand up and helped him to the car. 

Upon returning to their room, they quickly got ready for 
bed, said good night to Sherman's oerry, put on Emerson, 
Lake and Palmer's "Pictures at An Exhibition," and started 
making out. They crawled together under the bed covers 
and aroused each other's senses. Afterwards, they fell 
asleep. 

A little light from a lampost outside made its way through 
the window and landed on the berry, sitting ever so 
peacefully on the bookshelf. 

The next morning, Sherman and Ronnie woke early. It 
was their last day of freedom before classes and home- 
work would set in. They made their way towards the Un- 
ion to find some breakfast. Walking hand in hand, they 
stomped through the tunnel, walked past the Cage where 
thousands were still trying to register, or correct their reg- 
istration, and skipped along unconnected sidewalks to 
the new library tower. 

They gave it a push to see if it would fall over. When it 
didn't they tried to figure out a way to improve its looks. 

"It needs a large clock on top flashing time, temperature 
and how much longer to the next class," offered Ronnie. 

"I think it could use an outside elevator so everyone can 
enjoy the view." 

Ronnie got a little dizzy at the thought of riding up-one, 
so they moved along. A large crowd was gathered around 
a trailer truck parked opposite the Union. 

"Look, they're giving away yearbooks." 

They walked up to the truck. "Can we have ours?" 

"Do you have your card that says Index," asked a short 
girl with long dark hair. 

"1 have mine," said Ronnie as she exchanged card for 
book. 

"I left mine in the room," said Sherman. 

"Oh ho. Then you'll have to take two books," laughed a 
moustached guy from the back of the truck. 

Sherman and Ronnie took their three books down to the 
Hatch to browse through them during a coffee and donut 
breakfast. 

"Hey, there's the roller derby show," Ronnie pointed out. 
"I might be in there. Last year ! had a friend on the Colle- 
gian and at the Roller Derby, he let me borrow an empty 
camera and walk right up to the stage and pretend to take 
pictures. 1 got a good view. 1 almost joined the Collegian 
back in Freshman year. But 1 didn't have the time. You 
know what 1 was doing?" 



'No. I never knew you before I met you ." 



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SYLVAN 



Welcome to the last great campus 
frontier . . where trees shade grass 
and dirt, where the nearest civilized 
settlement is a mere stone's throw 
away, and the university's class- 
rooms and laboratories just a slight 
hike. 

This is the Sylvan residential area — 
an exclusive high rise dormitory 
complex for wealthy students. Who 
else would pay the highest room 
rate for miniscule rooms with the 
worst janitorial service on campus? 





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Living in Sylvan was neither the 
greatest nor worst living experience 
for its residents. There was privacy 
and relative quiet, but it was also a 
long walk to the center of campus, 
the Cage, and Alumni Stadium. 
There was bus service, and there 
never seemed enough parking 
spaces to satisfy the demands of resi- 
dent car owners. 

Comprised of Brown, Cashin, and 
McNamara dormitories, approxi- 
mately 863 men and 364 women 
called this area their home sweet 
home during the 1972-73 academic 
year. ~\ 

Each of the three dormitories is 
comprised of 15-6 person suites, 
14-7 person suites, and 35-8 person 
suites, for a total of 64 suites with a 
maximum capacity of 468 persons. 




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In each suite there is a lounge, bath- 
room, and bedroom. The university 
furnishes the lounges in either a tra- 
ditional or modern style; in each 
bathroom there are two toilets, a 
shower, and two sinks. Each bed- 
room is provided with a bed, large 
desk, bookshelf, chair, and clothes 
cabinet. The suite as a whole, the 
lounge, or the individual bedrooms 
often took on a unique appearance 
displaying the personality and feel- 
ings of its inhabitants. 



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Dormitory meeting rooms were too 
small for most dorm social gather- 
ings, and the corridor and hallways 
appeared more like prisons than 
most traditional dorms. 

There is only one kitchen to serve 
approximately 400 students in each 
dormitory and the nearest dining 
commons is more than a mere hop, 
skip, and jump away. 

There was an area government but 
their work and accomplishments 
were probably known by few. There 
was an area newspaper . . . 



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Located within the Sylvan area and 
available for residents' use was a 
room with computer terminals, two 
darkrooms, a leather shop, a ceramic 
studio, a student operated snack bar, 
a student built radio station, pinball 
machine, and nearby tennis' courts, 
and athletic fields. 

Colloquia were offered with aca- 
demic credit, and coed suites as an 
alternative living experience were 
tried. There are future promises to 
bring picnic tables, art shows, and a 
center for the performing arts to the 
area. 





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And that's the way it was for the aca- 
demic year 1972-73. There were 
good memories for some, bad 
memories for others, but good and 
bad memories for all. 

— William L. Manburg 




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Although Orchard Hill was not 
widely supported by the Administra- 
tion, 1972-73 was one of the most 
successful years the Hill has had. The 
most important component of 
Orchard Hill experience is the aca- 
demic program which stresses "edu- 
cation through doing", and is tenta- 
tively divided into five major areas: 
Social Thought and Action, Ecology 
and Global Survival, Third World 
Studies, Feminist Studies, and Mis- 
cellaneous courses. Seventy-one 
three-credit courses and seventy- 
five one-credit colloquia were of- 
fered to and elected by the majority 
of residents. 




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As in previous years, the Hill, realiz- 
ing that education does not end at 
the border of campus, has four dif- 
ferent social action programs de- 
signed to bring students closer to 
the surrounding communities. The 
M.A.R.Y. program involving the 
Westfield Detention Center, the 



Belchertown State School Practicum, 
the Student-Labor-Relations course, 
and the Holyoke State School Tutor- 
ial Project made up the Hill's Social 
Action curriculum for 72-73. 

Pioneered during the January break 
was a successful attempt to provide 



students with a meaningful educa- 
tional alternative to intersession. 
Perhaps the most significant part of 
this was the temporary relocation of 
the Holyoke State School to the 
Orchard Hill area. 





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Throughout the year, cooperation 
with the Northeast area brought 
people like Jaki Byard, Larry Cor- 
ryell, Gary Burton, and the first pub- 
lic performance of the New Africa 
Theatre/Dance ensemble under the 
direction of Diana Ramos. Spring 73 
saw the first Orchard Hill Arts and 
Society Festival which included pan- 
els, poetry readings, films, dances, 
and concerts. Weekly readings by 
distinguished poets rounded out the 



semesters. 

The size of the Hill (about 1300) is a 
major asset, making it a single unit, 
rather than four separate dorms. A 
strong sense of community is found 
although the individual is not for- 
gotten. Numerous facilities and var- 
ied activities can be found: two dark 
rooms, a computer terminal, a ce- 
ramics room, and two libraries. 

The creation of the Women's Center 



in Field House has provided speak- 
ers, films, discussions, and informa- 
tion to residents. 

Developed during spring semester 
was the Third World Community 
Center which is housed in Dickinson 
and contains communication facili- 
ties, counseling, drug, cultural, po- 
litical, and athletic components. 



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Established for Fall 73 is the Libera- 
tion Corridor, to provide a meaning- 
ful alternative for special groups and 
to help raise the general sensitivity 
level of the area. 

Surrounded by nature and beauty, 
the apple orchard and the residen- 








tial area's location on a hill with the 
trees, flowers, and terrific view of 
the mountains, separates it from the 
rest of campus and makes it a unique 
living experience. 

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She gave him a funny look and went on. "I helped Suzy 
with her Senate work. It was a good year. I remember we 
had to vote, the whole campus, on whether or not to send 
buses to Washington for a Moratorium. We got a student 
trustee, 24-hour open house, and even a co-ed dorm, 
Greenough." 

"What would you do in the Senate now?" 

"1 don't know. That's why I stopped." She pointed to the 
hamburg line. "Look, it's Steve and Kathy together, 
laughing even." 

"They look as if nothing has happened." 

When Steve and Kathy got through the line, Sherman 
called them over. After they were all seated, Steve made 
an announcement: 

"I'd like you ail to know that Kathy and I are engaged to 
be married." 

They explained that after the previous night's party, they 
had done a lot of apologizing and had promised each 
other that each would now have respect for the other's 
feelings. 

"Hey!" said Steve, "You know that berry of yours? 1 for- 
ot to tell you but some girl on Kathy's corridor would 
ke to come over and see it later today." 

"How'd she know about it?" 

"I told her. She's a botany major." 

"Well, send her over. Ronnie and I are going back to the 
room from here." 

"Okay," said Steve. 

Ronnie and Sherman took their leave. They skipped by 
the pond and stood looking at their reflections i^rom the 
bridge over campus waters. They looked over the pro- 
gress of what promised to be a Fine Arts Center and went 
on. 

"According to the Collegian, they're going to put parking 
meters here," said Sherman, pointing to Haigis Hall. 

They wouldn't really go through with a thing like that, 
would they?" protested Ronnie. Little did she realize that 
later that semester, "they" really would. 

As they walked over the Southwest tunnel, pausing to 
look over its side, Sherman got romantic. 

"You know my berry?" 

"Not personally." 

"Come on be serious. I want you to have it as a token of 
my appreciation of you." 

"Thank you muchly," she said. She kissed his cheek, 
kicked his rear and ran down to the fields. Inches behind 
her, Sherman struggled to catch up. 

When he finally did, they had a brief wrestling match — 
the first time Sherman truly triumphed over Ronnie. 
When they were done they returned to their room. 

Ronnie picked up the spherical berry and admired how 
it almost gave off rays instead of just gloriously reflecting 
the sun's. 

Someone rapped at the door. Sherman, answering it, let 
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the berry to the window-half of the room to admire the berry in peace. 

"We understand you have the most marvelous of berries," said the man. 

"Your roommate, Steve, said it would be all right for us to come and have a look at it," explained the girl. 

Sherman began to explain how the berry was found, but was cut off. 

"Young man, we only want to look at it." 

"Of course. Ronnie," Sherman called, "could you bring the berry over." 

"Uh huh. Hmmm. Yes, it is a most strange and extraordinary berry," praised the gentleman. He handed back the berry 
and left with the girl. 

Sherman and Ronnie were alone again. She gently placed the berry on the bookshelf. They were still speechless when 
a few minutes later, another knock came on the door. This time Sherman let in Joe and Suzy. 

"Who were those people that just left?" Suzy asked. "They sure acted weird." 

"Yeah. Just a couple people who wanted to praise the berry," answered Sherman. 

"Well, it is a nice berry," said Suzy. 

Joe, unaware of the aesthetic pleasures of berries, rolled his eyeballs around in their sockets. Then he rolled a joint in 
his fingers and everyone got stoned. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches satisfied the munchies that followed. 

They were all talking and listening to the radio when a knock came at the door. 



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'Now what," said Sherman. He opened the door and let in his Head of Residence. 

'I'd like to look at your berry," she said. 

'Oh! Of course, it's right here," he said, handing her the berry. ' 

'My! That is nice. Look how it lustfully lights up my elbow." She thanked them for the look and left. 

' . . Harry, keep the change." sang the radio in the background. 

'What the hell is the big deal about a rotten little berry?" Joe asked frustratedly. 

Another knock came on the door. "Oi vay is meir," said Sherman. "When is this all going to end." 

He let in three guys from the corridor. "We heard you had a neat berry on display in here," they said. "Can we see it?" 

Sherman was ready to burst. He counted to one and calmed down. They looked at the berry, praised it and left. 

The next crew who knocked, however, were quite different. Standing at the door when Sherman opened it were the 
Head of Residence again. Assistant Head of Residence, two police officers, and an Associate Dean of Students. 

Sherman thought it was going to be a bust. "Can I help you?" he offered faking a smile. 
"We want to look at your berry," said an officer. 

As he let them in Sherman said, "It's not mine anymore. I gave it to her." He pointed at Ronnie. "Do you want to praise 
it?" 



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"Chandler Backers Close 
School of Ed/' . . . 





the Collegian headline read on Monday, December 
11. The school was occupied by the Third World Alliance 
for five days last winter while Dean Dwight Allen decided 
upon Paul Chandler's application to the graduate pro- 
gram there. 

Chandler, a second-semester senior at the school, was 
applying for spring '73 admission to the graduate pro- 
gram. He claimed that he had been promised admittance 
into the program, even without a bachelor's degree, and 
that the school and Dean Allen had reversed their earlier 
decision on political rather than academic grounds. 
Chandler had been involved in the spring '72 closing of 
the School of Education Marathon by the school's Third 
World Caucus. 

Dean Allen, who made the decision on Chandler's appli- 
cation, said that he didn't believe Chandler shared the 
school's commitment to non-violence, due-process, and 
reform within the system. He said Chandler's application 
would be judged on the general school admittance 
guideline of "whether a student fits the general philoso- 
phy of the school," as well as on his academic record. 

The Third World Alliance, feeling that such general criter- 



ia were unfair, occupied the School of Ed. and refused to 
leave until Dean Allen met their demands, which were 
that Allen give to the Alliance and the University Admin- 
istration a written decision on Chandler's application and 
that he specify the precise criteria for graduate admissions 
to the school. 

Their demands were not met. 

On December 11, Dean Allen decided not to recommend 
Paul Chandler for graduate studies. 

On December 12, an injunction to evacuate was served to 
the students occuyping the education building. 

By December 13, the School of Ed. was "back to normal". 

Chandler, who still had a right to appeal, had lost the first 
round. 

Chandler appealed the decision and was admitted to the 
school, but the Administration stipulated that he'd have 
to cut out some of his political activism in order to remain 
in the program. 



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V.I.T.A. — Putting Life Into Classrooms 



During the heat of last summer, Bill 
Burke, director of the University's 
Outreach program of community 
involvement, spent much of his time 
sweating profusely as he thumbed 
through numerous journals and 
reports searching for programs for 
the new agency. In one of those 
journals he found an article on a 
successful program at the University 
of Michigan offering free tax assist- 
ance to people in the surrounding 
area. It seemed like a sound idea, 
and Burke thought it might be worth 
a try here at the University. Out of 
his initial inquiries came the V.I.T.A. 
program. 

V.I.T.A. is more properly known as 
Volunteer income Tax Assistance. As 
part of Outreach, students were giv- 
en from one to three credits through 
the School of Business for their work 
on campus and in the surrounding 
communities. 

The program was initially designed 
to accomodate about 50 students, 
working in three Springfield com- 
munity centers. But it became im- 
mediately apparent to Burke and 
Rich Sockol, co-ordinator of 
V.I.T.A., that they had underestimat- 
ed their returns when 150 willing 
students volunteered for the pro- 
gram at the beginning of last 
semester. 

The program was then hastily ex- 
panded to include four agencies in 
Northampton, and centers in Chico- 
pee, Belchertown, Easthampton, 
Ware, and Holyoke. In addition, 
about one-third of the volunteers 
were assigned to the Suffolk Room 
of the Student Union to do on-cam- 
pus returns. Another 30 students 
toured the residential areas in "task 
forces", doing student returns in the 
dormitories. 

The unexpectedly large turnout 
made the UMass program the largest 
in the state. A dozen professional tax 
consultants were brought in from 
the Internal Revenue Service in Bos- 
ton. Each volunteer received 12 



hours training on federal income tax 
procedures, and an additional 4 
hours on state forms. Special tax 
problems beyond the volunteers' 
training were handled by phone 
lines to the IRS offices in Springfield 
and Greenfield. 

Unlike some tax assistance programs 
at other schools, the UMass program 
had definite goals on whom it want- 
ed to help. "Our major emphasis is 
working with low-income people," 
said Rich Sockol. "Rich people can 
have their taxes done, and pay the 15 
bucks that H. & R. Block is talking 
about." The community centers 
seemed to be the best places for 
reaching these lower-income 
groups. 

With so many volunteers, students 
usually staffed the centers and Stu- 
dent Union in groups of two and 
three. Often the supply exceeded 
the demand, and there was not a 
great deal to do. "There were three 
of us wherever I was," said Paul 
Sheldon, a SU volunteer. "One of us 
could have handled it." Peter 
O'Connell, who worked at the 
South End Community Center in 
Springfield agreed, "There were too 
many volunteers. A lot of kids ended 
up standing around." 

One of the problems of the new 
program, according to Sockol, was 
that it took weeks for V.I.T.A. to 
make itself known in the low-in- 
come communities. Figures show 
that the program picked up substan- 
tially in its last six weeks of opera- 
tion. Where it was advertised, 
V.I.T.A. did noteably better. 

"We learned one important thing," 
said Rich Sockol. "The amount of 
community involvement in the pro- 
gram is essential as to how well the 
program will work. In Chicopee we 
did well because they went out and 
did the advertising. They went out to 
talk to people. 

The few places where it didn't work 
as well, the community just wasn't 



there." One of the areas that fared 
the worst was the Holyoke Neigh- 
borhood Legal Services, a legal 
agency which permits no advertising 
in its own behalf. 

The program surprisingly drew its 
best response at its Suffolk Room 
location in the Union. Fully half of 
the 2,300 people eventually helped 
by V.I.T.A. were UMass students, a 
figure no one anticipated in the 
beginning. 

In March the campus saw another 
aspect of V.I.T.A. during a benefit 
appearance by legendary deejay 
Arnie Ginsburg. FHis show in the 
Hatch raised $450 which was used 
for increased advertising and for 
volunteers' driving expenses to 
Springfield. 

Measuring the degree of V.l.T.A.'s 
success after only one semester of 
operation is a difficult task which 
will involve several months of care- 
ful study by the directors and stu- 
dents who have gone through the 
program. Plans are already being 
made for more advertising and 
tighter organization next year, 
should IRS support continue, as is 
expected. 

But as a free tax service for people 
who cannot afford a regular service. 
Rich Sockol is encouraged. "When 
you're saving $30,000 for anybody, at 
a cost to the University of nothing, 
then I think you're into a pretty 
good program." 

For the volunteers in V.I.T.A., it was 
a chance to pick up some credits, 
learn income tax procedures, and 
get away from campus for awhile. 
For many of them, like Tom O'Shea, 
it was something more. "I got an 
idea of the way these people 
thought They needed someone 

to do this for them." 

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"We came to sieze her berry, not to 
praise it," the officer said sternly and 
proudly. 

There was one loud groan from the 
group at the pun. 

The officers explained that legally 
the berry belonged to the botany 
department and was being grown as 
an experimental vegetable. They 
told him not to worry about arrest 
or anything because no one had said 
students couldn't pick berries. 

The troupe left and Sherman breath- 
ed a sigh of relief. Ronnie began to 
pray, but she wasn't sure to whom. 
Joe and Suzy poked their heads out 
from arouna the corner. 

Now that everything was over they 
decided to walk into town. 

They noticed the changes there: the 
lack of an Amherst Audio and the 

Presence of an office building that 
ad been converted from a motel. 

They went to Bell's for supper. There 
was a new restaurant nearby named 
Jimmie's, but it didn't seem to be 
going over well. It never would 
there. 

When they entered the pizza place, 
the aroma of the fresh Greek pizza 
drew saliva from their mouths. 

They ordered two pizzas. 

"To go, to stay?" asked the Greek 
man behind the counter. 

"To stay," answered Sherman. 

They took their number and sat 
down. Joe pulled out a bottle of 
Mavrodaphne. Stuffed, they later 
left. 

The four bopped over to the Student 
Union and ror the lack of something 
better to do, played "paper airplane 
war" with some ot that day's left 
over Collegians. When they figured 
out that no one was winning, espe- 
cially since most shots wereJanding 
in the Lobby Counter, they decided 
to refresh tnemselves with a Hatch 
Sundae. 

"I wonder why there's no dance in 
the Ballroom tonight," said Suzy in a 
dancing mood. "Tney always used to 
have one on registration day night." 

"It doesn't really matter. Kids don't 
dance anymore, anyway. All they do 
is go, sit on the floor and watch. I 
remember that used to be the tactic 
to insult a band. Now its a 
compliment." 

"What's this generation coming to," 
said Sherman spoofingly. "Here we 
fought and protestecland demon- 
strated and marched in the streets 
and civilly disobeyed authority all 



over the world just so kids could 
have the right to dance in the Ball- 
room on Registration Days without 
having to worry about curfews, and 
they don't do it." 

"Noooo," protested Ronnie. 
"Enough! Enough!" 

Everyone now was in an extremely 
good mood. 

Bill and Cheryl wandered by. 

"Whatcha all doing?" 

"Discussing the intrinsic value and 
moral enrichments of attending 
rock concerts as opposed to rock 
dances," answered Sherman. 

"Actually, I preferred igneous rock 
to sedimentary rock myself," said 
Cheryl. "But then again, i can't say 
that I ever got any moral enrichment 
from either of them." What started 
you on this anyway?" 

"We were trying to decide what to 
do and why there was no registra- 
tion day night dance." 

"Well, we're on our way to a party at 
Cliffside, if anyone wants to come 
along," offeree! Bill. 

Steve and Kathy took up the offer, 
but Ronnie asked Sherman to 
decline. 

"I don't like to go out on nights be- 
fore classes," she said. 

They split up. 

Ronnie and Sherman headed back 
towards Southwest but didn't make 
it beyond the pinball machines right 
away. 

"You know, they really should move 
these away from the garage en- 
trance. It gives off a bad image to 
people who come here for confer- 
ences. You know, I even have an 
uncle who thinks that the Mafia is 
behind it all." 

Her words were falling on deaf ears. 
Sherman had become so involved in 
his games, and so incensed about 
losing the first two, that the whole 
world was the pinball machine. His 
hands were only feeling the plunger 
and flipper buttons. 

Sherman shot the fourth ball of the 
last game. He needed only 13,500 
points to win another. The ball 
skipped up and crossed back and 
forth across the top of the machine 
before falling into the scoring area. 
The ball hit only a few bumpers on 
its way down before falling right 
through the middle of the flippers. 
He had only one ball and 12,000 
points to go. 

"Damn it. This thing's rigged," he 
pouted. 



"With these things near the garage 
door like this, we must be making 
a terrible name for ourselves." 

Ignoring her, Sherman shot the last 
ball, gently. It fell right through the 
middle slot, bounced off the top of 
the three white bumpers, hit a tar- 
get, bounced between the other two 
bumpers for a few times, rolled into 
a side bar which caused the post to 
rise between the flippers, and then 
fell to rest on the post and flippers. 

"Beautiful," thought Sherman as he 
tried to gauge the speed and the 
direction the ball would take when 
he would momentarily slam the flip- 
per buttons. 

"Of course, they should go by the 
Hatch," concluded Ronnie as she 
tapped Sherman's arm which set off 
the flipper which pushed the ball up 
around theside and down the hole. 

His heart sunk. He felt like an old 
broken man. He wanted to burst 
into tears. 

"What do you think," Ronnie asked 
him. 

Recovering from his traumatic loss, 
Sherman merely said, "Fine." 

They parted from the Campus Cen- 
ter while Sherman was promising 
to himself that he would come back 
alone some night and defeat that 
damn machine. 

It was about 11, so they decided to 
go right to bed. 

"Want to peel a tomato?" said Ron- 
nie, a Liza Minelli fan. 

"That's an offer I can't refuse," an- 
swered Sherman, a Marlon brando 
fan. 

Each stripped the other and they set- 
tled down to a quiet night of love- 
making and sleep. They would 
awake the next morning to face to- 
gether a new set of classes and their 
last academic year at the University 
of Massachusetts. 



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Kappa Phi 
BARU, K,L , Holyoke: Human Development 
BARWIROWSKI, S S , Chicopee: Industrial EnEineering- A I I E 
BASEMAN, EL , Revere, English 



BASH, Pfl, Westlield, Human Development, Sigma Kappa 

Women's Varsity Basketball 
BASILE. KA.Watenown, Elem, Ed 
BACHELDER, A L, Belmont, Speech 
BATES, J t^ , Oak Park, III , Education 
BATOR, I , Springfield: Comp, Syst Eng, Intramurals, 
BAtJGE, J L : North Egremonl. Fashion Merchandising: Daily 

Collegian, Advertising mgr , issue editor: Intramural 

Volleyball, team mgr, 
BAUM, S C , Maiden, Psychology, Natronal Student Exchange 

Program 
BAUMANN, JR. Hinsdale: Physical Ed, 
BAXTER, IJ, Brooklme: Wood Technology: Dorm Council: 

Student Judge - House Judiciary: Intramurals: Social 

Chairman 



BEAL, 6 L , Bridgewater, Psychology, Dean's List 

BEAN, T W : S Deerfield: Civil Engineering, American Society 

ot Civil Engineers. Tau Beta Phi, Editor ot Mass Transit 
BECKER, M G , Wilbraham. Psychology, Chorus Chorale 
BEDARD, RJ: N, Amherst, Chemical Engineering, Tau Beta 

BEECY, JC, Bedford: Human Development, Southwest 
Assembly: Sophomore Executive Council: Dorm Counselor 

pcS?imc *; ?'"E'°" "'""^' '*' ' Speech, Dorm Counselor 

BEKERITIS, KS, Beverly, Speech, NES Tutoring: Mortar 
Board: Food Service Committee, Intramurals 

BELL. B M , Oxford, Dance, Dean's List: Dance Concert Group- 
Dancers Touring Company 

BELL, J A : Gloucester, Education: Reveillers 

BELLCMRS I K , Amherst, Zoology 



BELLO, MA, Amherst, Comparative Literature 

BELLOWS, J M:Sharon:Speech 

BEL MARCE,DL.AIIIeboro. History 

BELOVITCH. M , Worcester, Political Science 

BENNETT, S A, Springfield: History 

BENSON, M,W : Acton, History, Intramurals, Dorm Govt, 

BERGER, C J , Newton Highlands, Human Development; G S S 
treasurer, vice-president 

BERGER, R M , Springfield, Mathematics: Hillel: Chorus Mad- 
rigal Singers 

BERMAN,PM,W Roibury; Med Tech 

BERNER, J W,: Springfield: HRTA ; Varsity Gymnastic team 
Inter-varsity Christian group 



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Angelo Bertolino 


Aubrey Best 


Jeanne Belourney 


Amy Bibace 


Jeffrey Billig 


Gregory Billings 


Donna Brid 


Christine Biron 


Denise Biron 


Glenn Biron 


Mary Bishop 


Nancy Bishop 


OavidBixby 


Cheryl Bjorkman 


Rhonda Blair 


Amy Blake 


David Blanchette 


Stephen Blanchette 


Lewis Blass 


Milton Blaut 


PaulBlecharczyk 


Karen Bliss 


Nancy Bloch 


Nancy Bloem 


Howard Bloom 


Martha Blossom 


Ray Blount 


David Blundell 


Thomas Bock 


Denise Bodine 


Linda Boesch 


Alan Bond 


Lynn Bond 


Matthew Bonn 


Sarah Bonner 


George Bordeau 


Joel Boroff 


SherylBorSuh 


Margaret Botte 


Raymond Bouchard 




BERTOLINO, A.R., Gloucester, Fishery 

BEST, A.K : Cheyenne, Wyoming; Mass Communications; 

Sports Director, WMUA radio. 
BETOURNEY. J.M.; North Adams; Physical Ed.; National Ski 

Patrol. 
BIBACE, A.J,; Worcesler; Human Development; Kappa Alpha 

Theta. 
BILLlG, J. A.; Wayiand: Speech, Collegian; Inltamurals. 
BILLINGS, G.F.; Lancaster; Botany; Dorm President; Domestic 

Exchange Program. Inlramurals; Counselor. 
BIRD, DM; Worcester; English. 

BIRON, C.A.; Bellingham; Biochemistry; Student Aft. pi Ameri- 
can Chemistry Society; Student Theater (music). 
BIRON, DA; Beverly; Ceramics, Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's 

List; Homecoming 71; ACU-I 71; Craftsman Guild. 
BIRON. G.H., Deerfield; Environmental Design; Member Mass, 

Sociological Convention; Belchertown Stale School Design 

Proiect. 
BISHOP. MP; Saugus; Sociology. 



BISHOP, N.E., Saugus, Human Development 

BIXBY. D.L.; Springfield; Chemical Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; 

Chess Club 
BJORKMAN, C L, Reading; Speech. Sigma Kappa. Inlramurals, 

Dorm Govt.; Southwest Patriots 
BLAIR, R.L.: Newton. Urban Studies: "It is only with the heart 

that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the 

eye," The Littie Prince. 
BUKE, A.E.; Longmeadow; Speech. 
BU^NCHETTE, DA,; Sunderland; Psychology 
BU^NCHETTE, SI,, Sudbury, Special Ed„ Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 

Varsity Soccer; A.Y C, Award; Varsity Tennis, Belchertown 

State School Volunteer. 
BLASS, L.R.; Sharon; Management, Phi Eta Sigma; Beta 

Gamma Sigma. 
BLAUT. M.S.; Bronx, N.Y.; General Business and Law, Pi 

Lambda Phi. treasurer; Debate Union. Soccer Team. Dorm 

Exec. Council; WMUA,; Collegian; Dean's List, Colloquia 

Instructor, University Year for Action; Senior Honor's 



Thesis. 
BLECHARCZYK, P.S,; New Bedford; Computer Systems En- 
gineering; Dean's List; I.EEE.; C.C. Media Services, 
BUSS, K,N.; Seekonk; Physical Ed , Inlramurals; Ski Club. 
BLOCH, N I., Newton Highlands, Education, 
BLOEM, N,M,; Uxbrtdge, Interior Design, 
BLOOM, H,M,; Medford; Political Science; Town Meeting 

Member in Amherst; Political Co-Editor of Poor Rictiard's; 

Collegian; Pre-Law Association. 
BLOSSOM, M.; Virginia Beach, Va.; English; Usher for Fine Arts 

Council, 
BLOUNT, R.E., JR.; Springfield: Elem. Ed.; Intramurals; 

Counselor. 
BLUNDELL, DG.; Saugus: Mechanical Engineering; Ski Patrol, 

Ski Club: T-5 Govt., treasurer: Mechanical Engineering 

Dept- Undergrad Committee; Intramurals. 
BOCK, T.P.: S, Hadley: Accounting; Varsity and Freshman 

Lacrosse. 
BODINE, D.L.; Canton, English; Dean's List. 



BOESCH, L,L.; Winchester; Sociology; Sigma Sigma Sigma, 

Corresponding Secretary. 
BOND, A.M.; Newton Highlands; Psychology. 
BOND, L,J,; Entomology; Intramurals: Dorm Judiciary; S. 

Amherst. 
BONN, MA; Newton; Physics. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Phi Eta Sigma. 
BONNER, S.fJI.; Indianapolis. Ind.; Psychology; Pi Beta Phi. 

vice-president: Scrolls: Project Ten. 
BORDEAU. G.R.; Pitlsiield; Animal Science. 
BOROFF. J,; W. Hatfield; IE /O.R.: Commuter Assembly Exec. 

Council; American Institute of Industrial Engineers; 

University Year for Action. 
BORSUK, S.L. Massapequa, N.Y.; Psychology. 
BOTTE M.A,; Arlington; Nursing, 
BOUCHARD, R.T.. New Bedford: HRTA: Sigma Alpha Mu; 

Varsity Football. 



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Frank Boucher 


FrancineBouley 


Mary Bouley 


Thomas Boufke 


Stephen Boutin 


Dianne Bowa 


Barbara Bovenjzer 


Lee Bowes 


Debbie Boxer 


Henry Boyer 


Colleen Boyle 


Eileen Brackley 


Becky Bradford 


Kenneth Bradley 


Douglas Branch 


Darnel Brash 


Michael Brasman 


David Brassard 


Linda Breen 


Warren Breslin 


Leona Breslow 


Carol Bresnahan 


Claire Briana 


Thomas Bridges 


Susan Bnh 


Rulh Broderick 


Bri[la Broman 


Clarence Brooks 


Richard Brooks 


Kathryn Brossman 


Jeanne Brouillette 


Paul Brouillette 


WJIham Brousseau 


Bruce Brown 


Charles Brown 


James Brown 


Karen Brown 


Norma Biown 


Rosetta Brown 


William Brown 




BOUCHER, F E : Palmer, HRTA; Innkeepers 

BOULEV, F I : West Springtield: Psyctiology: Belchertown and 

Monson volunteer 
BOULEV, MIL: Leeds. Hislorj, 
BOURKE, T V , Northamplon, Sociolojy 
BOUTIN, S.J ; Westlield, Food Markclmg 
BOVA, L , French, Northampton Volunteers 
BOVENIZER, B I: Glen Rock, N J , Human Oevelopmenl. Chi 

Omega, vice president, Omicfon Nu; Dean's List 
BOWES. L.A ; Nevrton Centre: Sociology; Fine Arts, Orchestra: 

Chorale. 
BOXER, OF: Newburyport: Sociology: Southwest Palriots: 

Social Comm , Emerson 
BOYER, H H : Wilbraham: Dance Cone , Univ Dancers Touring 

Group: Dance Concert Group. 
BOYLE, C.G.: Hatfield: Psychology 
BRACKLEY, E.J : Wakelield: Nursing, Northampton Volunteers: 



Dorm Intramurals 
BRADFORD, R A , Newburyport: Elem. Ed.: Dorm Social Comm 
BRADLEY. RR. Haverhill: Leisure Studies i Services. 

Recreation Society: Intramurals, National Student 

Recreation and Park Society 
BRANCH. 1 , Willingboro, NJ: Marlieting: Phi Kappa Phi: 

Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma: Marketing Club, SBA 

Advisory Council, Hillel: Intramural Athletic Chairman 
BRASH, D W , Waldwick, N J , Physics, Phi Eta Sigma, NES 
BRASMAN. MM. Randolph. History: Dean's List. Senior 

Comm : Acting Head Young Democrats: Amherst Voter 

Registration Coalition: Coordinator Amherst Voter 

Registration Drive 
BRASSARD. D W , Chicopee: Entomology 
BREEN. LM. Weymouth. H E Ed : House Council, vice 

president/secretary: Judiciary Comm.: Hockey Cheerleader: 



AHEA. Omicron Nu 
BRESLIN. WF, JR.. W Acton. Electrical Engineering: Asst 

Head of Residence 
BRESLOW, I J , Newton Centre: French, Alpha Lambda Delta: 

Phi Kappa Phi. Spanish Club. Semester in Caen, France 
BRESNAHAN,CJ:Beverly: Spanish 
BRIANA, CV, Lexington: Mathematics: Swim Team: 

Intramurals. Community Service 
BRIDGES. TA. Springfield. Psychology: Advocate in Student 

Attorney General's Office 
BRILL. S M , Wheat Ridge, Col : Printmaking 
BRODERICK. R M : Leiington: Home Economics Ed: lota 

Gamma Upsilon. treasurer, vice president 
BROMAN, B E.Webster, English 

BROOKS, C L . JR: New Bedford: Sociology. Football Captain 
BROOKS, R E : Princeton: Mass Comm : WMUA: Producer of 



University WALK IN Iteview. 
BROSSMAN, K E.Auburn: Nutrition 
BROUILLETTE. J L . Holyoke: Elem Ed , Kappa Delta Pi 
BROUILLETTE, PB: Lowell: Philosophy: Pocket Billiard 

Champion, '71, '72, '73, Chess Club, Flying Glut) 
BROUSSEAU, W.I , Soulhbridge: History 
BROWN. B.A: Worcester. Psychology 
BROWN. C S , Dedham. Microliiology. Intramurals 
BROWN. J E . Sunderland, Computer Systems Engineering 
BROWN, K J : Amhersl: Elem Ed , Concert Comm , Program 

Council: Steering Comm of New Africa House 
BROWN, NM.:Stoughton: Elem Ed 
BROWN. RM. Georgetown: TCEA: Bicycle Club: National 

Student Exchange Program - Hawaii 
BROWN. WA . Worcester: History: Tau Epsilon Phi, vice-chan- 
cellor. ARCON 



2?8 




William Brown 


MarkBrownell 


James Bruno 


Louis Bruso 


Gary Brusseau 


Susan Buchanan 


Todd Buck 


Julia Buckley 


Margaret Buckley 


Arthur Buckman 


Ellyn Bulikowski 


KalhermeBurbee 


George Buremoh 


William Burgwinkle 


Bernard Burke 


James Burke 


Walter Burke 


Laurie Burkhart 


Steven Burmeister 


Margaret Bufnham 


Susan Burns 


Dennis Busa 


Linda Bush 


Catherine Butler 


Nancy Butler 


Edward Butterworth 


Sharon Bulterworlh 


Janet Byrne 


Jane Cairns 


Alexander Calderone 


David Callahan 


Joseph Callahan 


Robert Callahan 


AlphonseCalvanese 


Duncan Campbell 


Linda Campbell 


Peter Campbell 


Wayne Cannava 


Alice Capelli 


James Capellman 







BROWN, W A , III. Soulhwick: Natural Resources 

BROWNELL. MP; Aubutn. Forestry; CEQ; National Student 
Exchange Program 

BRUfJO. J. v.; Detjham, Microbiology. Intramurals; Auto Work- 
shop; Senior Honors Research. Dorm Govt 

BRUSO. LA . IR.; Clinton. Music; Kappa Kappa Psi; president; 
Band; Orchestra 

BRUSSEAU. G.W.; Brockton. Political Science; Dorm Govt.; 
Class Ejrec Council; Homecoming Comm,; SUG Board; NES 
Tutor; Intramurals, Dean's List; Ski Club 

BUCHANAN. S.B . Lynntield; Fashion Merchandising; Kappa 
Alpha Theta. presiilent. recording secretary; Greek Council 

BUCK. T W . Southwick; Civil Engineering; American Society 
Civil Engineers; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Soccer; Con- 
cert Band, 

BUCKLEY. J J ; Brockton; Mathematics. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



vice president, president. ARGON 
BUCKLEY. M E,; Ncedham Heights, Economics 
BUCKMAN, A F ; East Bridgewaler; Entomology 
BULIKOWSKI, EE; Worcester; Nursing 
BURBEE, K , Ahersl, Elem Ed ; Student Senate 
BUREMOH, G B , Nigeria; Food Science 
BURGWINKLE. WE; Clinton; French and Italian 
BURKE, B J , Weymouth; History; Sigma Alpha Mu; 

Intramurals; Springfield Tutoring Volunteer 
BURKE, J E ; Sunderland; American History; Treasurer ot 

Kennedy Lower, Pi Lambda Phi; Intramurals 
BURKE, W,A , Lynn; Human Development 
BURKHART, LA ; Springfield, Home Ec Ed ; American Home 

Ec Association; (io-Editor of AHEA's Creed 
BURMEISTER, S M ; Bedford, Socralogy 
BURNHAM, M,; W, Springfield; Nursing; Co-Treasurer School 



of Nursing; Resident Assistant, 
BURNS, S E,; Somerset; English; lota Gamma Upsilon; 

Musicals, 
BUSA, D,; Lexington; Zoology, Varsity Track 
BUSH, L,A.,Westfield; Zoology 
BUTLER, G,M,; Arlington; Elem Ed, 
BUTLER, N A ; Branlord, Conn,; Home Ec Ed ; Southwest 

Patriots; Dean's List, 
BUnERWORTH, E.J ; Pittslield; Mathematics; Debate Club; 

Newman Club; Intramurals; Physics Club, Astronomy Club 
BUnERWORTH, S,V„ Winchester; Education 
BYRNE, J,R,; Hudson; Nursing; Chi Omega, first vice president 
CAIRNS, J,A , Macblehead, Education 
CALDERONE, A,; East Hartford, Conn ; Hotel & Rest Adm,, 

Chorus; Innkeeper's Club 
CALLAHAN. DM.; Hudson; Political Science, 



CALLAHAN. J,J ; Weymouth; History; Dorm Vice President; 

Dorm Treasurer; Student Senate; Belchertown Volunteer; 

Intramurals; Golf Team, 
CALLAHAN. RJ„ JR,; Woburn; Plant 8 Soil Sciences; Collegian; 

Students Offering Support; Alpha Phi Gamma, 
CALVANESE, A F.; Springfield; Mathematics, 
CAMPBELL, D N,; Eastham; Hotel 8 Rest Adm.; Alpha Tau 

Gamma; president, treasurer, secretary; Greek Council Rep 
CAMPBELL, LC; Grolon: Elem Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi; Webster 

House Community Council, 
CAMPBELL, PG,; Amherst: Zoology 
CANNAVA. W.R,; S, Hadley Falls; Mechanical Engineering; 

Arnold Air Society. 
CAPELLI. A.E,:W.Stockbridge;B.F,A. 
CAPELLMAM. J.J.: Tarentum. Pa,; Quant, Methods, 



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Shan Caplan 
Donna Carey 
Jeffrey Carvalho 
Linda Cebula 
Vernon Charland 



Rosemary Caporrccio 
Ronald Carle 
Anne Casey 
Jean Cbadwick 
Ann-Mane Ctiarrelle 



David Caputo 
Richard Carlisle 
Colleen Cashen 
Betty Ann Chambers 
Binu Chaudhuri 



Paul Caputo 
Gait Carlson 
Daniel Casper 
Michael Champ; 
Jams Cheney 



Anthony Carcliedi 
Janet Carlson 
Deborah Cass 
Ann Chandonait 
Susan Cherry 



Mary Cardarelli 
Richard Carlson 
Frank Casuscelli 
James Chansky 
Frisby Chew 



Joyce Cardinal 
Ronald Carlson 
Kathenne Cavanaugh 
Jean Chapin 
Hazel Chiappa 



Carol Carey 
Martin Carter 
Karen Cearnal 
Susan Chapman 
Cynthia Chisholm 




CAPLAN, S.L.: Sharon; Nursing; Sigma Theta Tau 

CAPORICCIO, R M , Waterlown. French 

CAPUTO, DG, Worcester; Geography; U Mass Geographical 

Assoc, vice-president, 71 '?2. 
CAPUTO, P R.; Needham; Environ. Business - Prelaw. 
CARCHEDI, A.P , Pitlslield, Chem. Engineering. American 

Institute ot Chemical Engineers 
CARDARELLI. M A.. Woburn, Sociology, lola Gamma Upsilon. 
CARDINAL, JR.; North Adams; French; Coolidge Dorm 

Treasurer; French Club, University of Caen, France 
CAREY, C A, Rockland; Eiem Ed 
CAREY, DM ; Arlington; Community Health Ed., Varsity Tennis. 

Skiing. 
CARLE, R.A,, Chicopee; Environmental Design. 
CARLSLE, R.L. Newton. Political Science; Pi Sigma Alpha. 



Intramurals 
CARLSON, G.B , Worcester; Mathematics; Dorm Counselor 
CARLSON, JC, Winchester, Home Ec Ed, American Home 

Economics Association, president. 
CARLSON, R.A.; Dover; Mathematics; Students tor McGovern; 

Intramurals 
CARLSON, R.A , Sunderland; Accounting. Accounting 

Association 
CARTER, M.D . Greenfield, Management 
CARVALHO, I A.; Raynham, Chemical Engineering, Pi Eta 

Sigma, Tau Bela Phi, AICGE, treasurer, Intramurals 
CASEY, AV; Hanover; Nursing; Tau Bela Sigma, treasurer. 

president. Band, Pioneer Valley Symphony, J.V Basketball 

Team; Coach — Intramural Softball 
CASHEN. C . S Dennis, Anthropology; Student Senate. 



CASPER, D.O., Beverly. Political Science 

CASS, DL; Mansfield. Nursing. 

CASUSCELLI, F M. III. North Adams, Physical Ed, Intramurals 

CAVANAUGH. K.A,; Fairfax, Va.. Animal Science 

CEARNAL. K L ; St. Louis. Mo , Physical Ed.. Chi Omega. 
Activities Chairman, Athletic Chairman, Corresponding 
Secretary; J V. Gymnastics Team. Concert Dance Group, Ski 
Club, Freshman Enec. Council. Intramural Council 

CEBULA, LA., Chicopee. History; Alpha Phi Gamma. 

CHADWICK, 1 E, Swansea; English 

CHAMBERS, BA, Reading, Elem. Ed 

CHAMPA, M A , Stoughton, Political Science. 

CHANDONAIT, A V , Sudbury. Mathematics. 

CHANSKY, J D . Brighton, Psychology 

CHAPIN, J,A., Sheffield, Education; House Council. Ski Club; 



Chorus. Belchertown Volunteer 
CHAPMAN. S.E.; Oakdale; Physical Ed. 
CHARLAND. V L ; Gardner; Geography, U Mass Geographical 

Society. 
CHARRETTE, A.M.; Somerset; English 
CHAUDHURI. B ; Dobbs Ferry, N Y.. Anthropology 
CHENEY, JS, Baldwinville, Theatre; University Theatre; 

Student Advisory Board, Music Theatre, vice-president 
CHERRY, S.F , Medtord. Sociology 
CHEW, F F , Framingham, Eleclrical Engineering; Intramurals 
CHIAPPA, HT, Braintree; Psychology; Dorm Social Comm.; 

Program Comm 
CHISHOLM, CC; Quincy, Home Ec. Ed; AHEA, Intramurals; 

T A in Human Dev Depl. & HEED; Counselor; Head of 

Residence Selection Committee 



230 




Sherry Ctiistiolm 


Beverly Chmara 


Elaine Chmara 


Waller Chow 


Dayid Chrtstensen 


Margarel Chnslian 


AdrienneChrislo 


Sara Chudnovsky 


Edward Churcti 


lean Cicalelli 


Tadeusz Cisowski 


Lynda Ciuffetti 


Rodney Clairmonl 


Mary Clancy 


loanneClapp 


Frederic Clark 


Sandra Clark 


Warren Clark 


William Clark 


David Clarkson 


Thomas Clawson 


Ronald Clayborne 


Peter Claytreld 


Jerome Clem mons 


Edward Cloonan 


Edward Coltey 


Lois Coggins 


Ellen Cohen 


Kevin Cohen 


PhihpCoil 


John Cola 


Janice Colby 


Mary Cole 


Linda Lee Coleman 


Neil Coleman 


Margarel Colleary 


Rebecca Collier 


William Cdllings. Jr. 


Barbara Colhshaw 


Patricia Colhton 




CHISHOLM, S.I . Pillslield. Malhemalics 

CHMARA. BR: Mallapan: Mebical Techrolofy 

CHMARA. EC . Brighton; French. Angel Flight; Orchaid Hill 
Area Govt ; Dean's Lisl 

CHOW. W.R . Seekonk; Public Health. Phi Sigma Delta. Nation- 
al Eichange Program; CEQ. NES. Kung-Fu Club; 
Intramurals 

CHRISTENSEN. DP ; Amherst. Physical Ed . Intramurals. 

CHRISFIAN. MA; Amherst; BFA; P U B 

CHRISTO. A K ; Woburn; Home Ec Ed , Chi Omega; AHEA 

CHUDNOVSKY. S ; Taunton. Speech Ed . Sigma Delta Tau, vice- 
president; Reveler's, vice-president. Homecoming Comm ; 
Senior Day Comm : Exchange Student 

CHURCH. EH . Shrewsbury; Mathematics. Math Oept Curricu- 
lum Comm ; Chorus; Campus Crusade for Christ. Dean's 
List 

CICATELLI. J R ; Revere; Education. Kappa Delta Pi 



CISOWSKI. I R , Amheisl, Ind. Engineering-Operations 

Research.AI lEIEEE 
ClUFFETll.LM.Fitchburg. Botany 
CUIRMONT. R A ; Adams; Industrial Engineering, 
CLANCY. M A . Boston; Education 
I^LAPP. J D ; Taunton. Human DevelopmenI; Equestrian Club; 

Dean's List 
CLARK. FA . Melrose. Political Science; Phi Gamma Delta; 

Scuba Club 
CLARK. SR. Camp Springs. Md . Sociology; Ski Club. 

Dean's List, Winter Carnival Queen; Women's Swim Team 
CLARK. W E , Middlehoro; Accounting 
CLARK. WF.W Newton. Zoology; Track 
CLARKSON, D I , Adamson, Accounting. Counselor. 

Intramurals. Accounting Association 
CLAWSON. T J . Abington; Accounting; Central Area Council. 

Dorm Council; Scuba Club; Intramurals. Dorm Treasurer 



CLAYBORNE, R; Springfield; Sociology; Intramurals Activities 

Comm,; Football Team 
CLAVFIELD, PR; Burlington; Marketing; Business Club; 

fylarketingClub 
CLEMMONS. J ; Springfield; Urban Ed 
CLOONAN. E T ; Waltham; History. Lambda Chi Alpha. Maroon 

Keys 
COFFEY. E.. Danvers. Child Development; Intramurals 
COGGINS. L B . Melrose; Art History. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

house manager, first vice president. Naiads 
COHEN. EM . Swampscott; Sociology 
COHEN. MA.. Sharon. Psychology. Northampton Stale 

Hospital Volunteers, president; IP.C - Amherst Regional 

Jr High 
COIT.PW;Marblehead; Speech, 
COLA. J J; Amherst; Civil Engineering 
COLBY. J; Newburyport; Recreation; Southwest Patriots. 



Recreation Society; I.Q A Social Comm ; Dean's List; 

Intramurals; Field Hockey 
COLE. ME; North Weymouth; Elem Ed ; Crabtree Dorm 

president; Dean's List 
COLEMAN. L D.; Easthamplon; Political Science; Dorm 

Counselor. University And State Comm Council 
COLEMAN. N R.; Lynn; History; Student Senate; Collegian; 

Amherst Town Meeting Member. Commonwealth Scholar. 
COLLEARY. M M.; Milton; Home Ec Ed 
COLLIER. R.Peabody; Elem Ed. 
COLLINGS. W.H . IR.; Amherst. Gen Bus & Finance. 
COLLISHAW, BA.; Needham, Nursing; Band; Peer Sei Ed. 

Counselor; Dorm Counselor, Northampton and Belchertown 

Volunteer; Intramurals; Dean's List 
COILITON. PR.; Arlington; Elem. Ed 



231 




Bruce Collon 


Anita Comoletti 


James Concannon 


Paula Concannon 


Chnstme Condon 


Edward Conley 


Eileen Connair 


Jane Connolly 


Sharon Connolly 


Joan Connor 


Michele Connor 


Ronald Connor 


Robert Connors 


Robert Constantme 


Mary Conuel 


Christopher Conway 


Gregory Conz 


Cathy Cook 


Richard Cook 


Douglas Cooney 


CharleneCorea 


Bruce Corkum 


Kenneth Corman 


Gerard Cormier 


Paul Cormier 


Sally Cornish 


Nancy Costa 


Robert Costa 


DarcieCostello 


Gary Costello 


lames Colter 


Kennetti Coughlm 


Carol Cournoyef 


David Courlemanche 


Lois Cowan 


Susan Coyle 


Unda Cozzens 


Aaron Cramer 


David Cray 


iudttfi Crone 















COLTON. B E . Longmeadow: Histoiy: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Ela 
Sigma. Students for McGovern; Commonwealth Scholar; 
Honors Board- 

COtflOLETTI. A.R.; Quincy; Human DevelopmenI, Pi Beta Phi, 
vice president, historian, Greeh Council, Dorm Social Chair- 
man; Dorm Exec Council. Fine Arts Council Staff 

CONCANNON. J.T,. Dorchester; Journalism-History, Alpha Phi 
Gamma, Adelphia, Who's Who in Colleges; Deans List, 
Index, WIWUA, news director. Student Senate; Redman Drill 
Team 

CONCANNON, PA; Weymouth; Elem, Ed.; Counselor; 
Boltwood Volunteer; J Q A Environmental Chairman 

CONDON. CA. Hingham. Geology. Science Fiction Club, CC 
Board of Governors, Student Union Board of Governors 

CONLEV. E F ; Brockton. Environmental Law. Beta Kappa Phi; 
Maroon Keys. Intramurals. Student Exchange Program. 
Dean's List. Research & Publishing on Air Pollution Law for 
Harvard School of Public Health & the Regional Program of 
the New England Consortium on Environmental Protection; 



Phi Kappa Phi 
CONNAIR. EM.. Wilmington. Del. Fashion Marketing; Kappa 

Alpha Theta. Scrools. Student Exchange Program 
CONNOLLY. ) A . Salem; English; Alpha Lambda Delta; Campus 

Crusade for Christ 
CONNOLLY, S A , Medford, Child Development, Alpha Lambda 

Delta; University Year for Action 
CONNOR. 3M; Dorchester. Elem, Ed 
CONNOR. M J . Ipswich. Elem Ed , Kappa Kappa Gamma 
CONNOR, R E ; Indian Orchard, Economics, VITA 
CONNORS. Rl; Springfield. English. Yahoo, edilor-m-chiel. 

Project Ten, Free University; Rodarte 
CONSTANTINE, RP, Everett, Education, NES Tutor; 

Intramurals, CASIAC Student Counselor, Dorm Counselor 
CONUEL. M C . Piltsfield; Political Science; Pi Sigma Alpha. 

University Dancers. Concert Dance Group 
CONWAY, CW, f«ledford. Marketing, Student Senate 

Transportation Service. Marketing Club. Intramurals. 
CONZ. GR; W Springfield; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; 



Flying Club; House Judiciary. Enviionment Standards 

Comm Chairman. 
COOK. CA, Woburn; Education. 
COOK. R F . Walertown. Plant 8 Soil Science 
COONEY. D C . Sociology. WeightliftingTeam 
COREA.C M.Amherst. Urban Ed 
CORKUM. B W . Woodstock, Vt . Urban & Regional Studies 
CORMAN. KA. Lancaster; Accounting; Accounting Association. 

Beta Gamma Sigma, Intiamurals 
CORMIER, GJ. Gardner. Systems Manager. Dean's List. 

Intramurals. 
CORMIER. PH. Filchburg; Marketing. Beta Kappa Phi; 

Marketing Club 
CORNISH. S A. Plymouth; Education 
COSTA. N D ; Westport. lournalismSociology 
COSTA. RJ; Burlington. History 
COSTELLO. L , Framingham; Psychology, Alpha Chi Omega, 

steward. Ski Club 
COSTELLO, G K; Worcester: Environmental Design 



COTTER. J R . Stoneham; Finance, Commuter Exec Council: 

Concert Comm , Program Chaiiman, Central Area 
COUGHLIN. KF, Butler, Nl, Economics; Counselor: 

Intramurals, Southwest Personel Comm 
C0URN0YE8, C L , New Bedford: Education 
COURTEMARCHE, OR, Lakeville, Physical Ed,. Beta Kappa 

Phi. Intramurals 
COWAN. L H . Lynn, Elem Ed ; President's Council co-Chair- 

person. Ski Patrol, Exec Council: Medic Spring Concert. 
COYLE, SM: Wellesley Elem Ed; Chi Omega, social 

chairman, Univ Women s Choir; Dorm Govt . Counselor. 

Capl Hockey Cheerleaders 
COZZENS. LG; Leominster English 
CRAMER. A A . Worcester: Political Science 
CRAY. D-H . Bellows Falls. Vt.: Marketing. Beta Kappa Phi. 

ARCON, Marketing Club 
CRONE, 1 A Springfield. Elem Ed.: Sigma Sigma Sigma, vice 

piesidenl. song chairman. Intramurals 



232 




Jane Croughwell 
Caroline Cullen 
JoAnn CurtiEs 
Winston Dallman 
Susan Davidoll 



Patricia Crowe 
John Cunningham 
Adele Cushmsky 
Alfred D'Amato 
Debra Oatfidson 



Judith Crowell 
Michael Cunningham 
Henry Cushman 
Carl Dambman 
Jean Davis 



Dennis Crowley 
Susan Cunningham 
Barbara Cutler 
Janel Daniele 
Laurel Davis 



lane Crowley 
Albert Ciioco 
Kathleen Czochanski 
Montetio Daniels 
Linda Davis 



Sharyn Cudworth 
Michael Curiey 
William Daenz 
Jean Oassatti 
Marcia Davis 



Lynne Culbertson 
Frederick Curran 
Elaine Dah! 
Herman Davenport 
Alan Dawson 



Patrick Culhane 
Thomas Curner 
Lee Daley 
Mildred Davenport 
Robert Day 





CROUGHWELL. J E.Pillsiield, Art 

CROWE, P M : Waltham; Child Development 

CROWELL, J A. Rockporl. Home Ec Ed, Musical Theater; 

Southwest Patriots. AHEA 
CROWLEY, D C , So. Barre; Hotel Rest. & Travel Admm 
CROWLEY. J C. Hmeham. Child Development 
CUDWORTH.SA.Liverpool.NY. Elem Ed 
CULBERTSON, L ; Lexington, Animal Science. 
CULHANE. PM. Holbfook, History, Students tor McGovern; 

Southwest Area Coordinator 
CULLEN, CD, Orange, Home Ec. Ed. 
CUNNINGHAM, J.A , Framingham: History 
CUNNINGHAM. M J , Quincy: Economics; Pi Lambda Phi. rush 

chairman. Maroon Keys, treasurer: Collegiate Flying Club, 

Chorale; Dean's List, 
CUNNINGHAM, SK, Framingham; French; Sigma Sigma 

Sigma; Dorm Govt Representative 



CUOCO. A , Wilmington. Mathematics 

CURLEY, M.J , Middleboro, Physical Ed.. Hockey Statistician. 

CURRAN, FG III: Florence, Psychology 

CURRIER, T, Greenfield, Fisheries 

CURTISS, J E.;So Egremont. English 

CUSHINSKY, A, Maiden, French 

CUSHMAN, AS, Winchester, Wood Tech: Chorale, manager; 
Inlramurals, Dorm Counselor. 

CUTLER, B.P,; Springfield, Media Specialist lor the Deaf, 

CZOCHANSKI, K.P. S Weymouth, Elem, Ed.; Dorm Govt.; 
Southwest Assembly 

DAEN2, W.A,; Feasterville, Pa , Psychology, Football 

DAHL, E.F,, Brockton. Anthropology, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Jf 
Pan Hellenic officer. Recording Secretary, University Cho- 
rus, Operetta Guild. 

DALEY, L A . Northampton; Education; Peer Sex Ed Counselor 

DALLMAN.WA.Fall River: Fisheries. 



DAMATO. FA. Springfield. English. 

DAIWBMAN. CD., Philadelphia, Pa., B.D.I C; Football. V 

Wrestling, Co-captain, MVP, fvlost Falls; NEIWA Hwl 

Champion: Inter-Varsily Christian Fellowship: Campus 

Crusade for Christ. Young Life 
DANIELE. J R., South Weymouth: Human Development 
DANIELS, M N.; West Springfield, Accounting 
DASSATTl, J.E., Pittstield. Human Development; Dickinson 

House — Counselor. House President; Angel Flight. 

Comptroller, Ski Club 
DAVENPORT, H L. JR.: Amherst; Alro-Amencan; Drum. Editor: 

Black Mass Comm. Project; Steering Comm. New African 

House: Black Repertore Theatre; Inlramurals: Flying 

Redmen. 
DAVENPORT, MB.; Amherst: English; Afro-Am Society. 

Precisionetts. Inlramurals; New Africa House Steering 

Comm.; Black Mass Comm, Project: Black Repertoire 



Theatre. Drum, Secretary. 
DAVIOOFF. S J ; Natick; Elementary Urban Ed.; Hillel; Student 

senate: Academic Affairs Committee. Curriculum Calandar 

Planning Comm.; N.E.S. 
DAVIDSON, D,B , Sharon; Elementary Education: S.D.T.. asst. 

treasurer 
DAVIS, J.K,. Hampden; Sociology. 
DAVIS, LF; Danvers; Political Science/ Latm American 

Studies 
DAVIS, L.L,; Centerville; Fashion Marketing. 
DAVIS, ME; Calcutta, India: English. 
DAWSON, A.D ; Lawrence, Mathematics. Dorm Counselor, 

Dorm Gov't.. Chairman Dorm Budget Committee. 
DAY. R.F,: Lancaster: Civil Engineering; Sigma Alpha Mu: 

Secretary Am, Society of Civl Engr. Student Chapter. 



233 




Cyntfiia Dea 
Donald Detronzo 
Cathy Oenharlog 
Donna Dichiara 
Francis Dinco 



Dianne Deacon 
Romeo Degrace 
Joseph Denis 
Nancy DiCicco 
Jen Dishler 



Lynne Deagle 
Constance OellaCioppa 
Joseph DeRiso 
Alan DiFonzo 
Patncia Dobbins 



Laurence DeBurro 
Edmund DellaValle 
Louis Desmarais 
Susan DiGiacomo 
Phyllis Dohanian 



Richard Decembrele 
William Delmolmo 
Suzanne Devoe 
Joseph DiLorenzo 
Kathleen Ooherly 



Mary DeCoste 
Stavfoula Demestihas 
Mary DeVore 
Paula Dimartino 
Richafd Dotierty 



Edward Dee 
Linda Dempsey 
Karen Dexler 
Ramona DiNatale 
William Ooherly. Jr. 



James Deegan 
Edward Denehy - 
Anthony DiCenzo 
Carol DiPrimo 
Denise Doivm 




DEA C P . Beverly. En^ifonmenial Design, Chi Omega. 

President. ARCON Guide Service. Secretary; SWAP; Naiads. 

Intramurals 
DEACON, D L . North Weymouth, Communication Disorders 
DEAGLE. L J , Waltham; Human Development 
DEBURRO. L J ; Springfield, finance. Alpha Sigma Phi: Flymg 

CluL 
DECEMBRELE, R.A . Canton, Marketing; Theta Cbi. Football 
DECOSTE. M L : North Weymouth. French. House Gov't; Intra 

murals: Oorm Counselor 
DEE, E F , Bedford. Mathematics, Chief Justice oi Dorm 
OEEGAN, J K Lynn Accounting, Accounting Assoc 
DEFRONZO. DA. Melrose, History, Belchertown Volenlers. 

Boltwood Proiect Ski Club; Theta Chi: NES Tutoring, 

Lacrosse. Football 
DEGRACE, R.J.Gardner. G B Fm 



DELLACIOPPA. C A . Amherst. Elementary Education 
DELLAVALLE, E.; South Weymouth, Economics; Intramurals. 

Lacrosse 
DELMOLINO. W P , Mechanical and AeroSpace Engineering 
DEMESTIHAS. S.: Haverhill Sociology 
DEMPSEY, LA , Oedham: Nursmg 
DENEHY, E J West Springfield, Civil Engineering. Tau Beta Pi. 

Intramurals, ASCE - Student Chapter 
DENHARTOG, C , Weston. Elementary Education; Chorus 

Orchestra 
DENIS, JV. Southwick. Civil Engineering. ASCE Student 

Chapter: ASCE Treasurer 
DERISO. J E , Greenlawin, N Y . Accounting, Accounting Club: 

Varsity Lacrosse 
DEMARAIS. L : Gardner, Astronomy; Astronomy Club 
OEVOE. S M , English. Sigma Delta Tau. Housemanager, V P , 



Emily Dickinson, Sisters ot Nanoo, Faculty Fellow 

Coordinator, English Education Intern Program 
DEVORE, M A , Chicopee Falls, Animal Science 
DEXTER, KE. North Wii{)raham. Painling-Art Education. 

Cheerleadmg; Chairman ot Dorm Athletics, Intramurals, 

Tennis Team 
DICENZO. AP, Piitstield, Industrial Engineering: V P., Alpha 

Pi Mu, National Industrial Engineering Honor Society, 

Intramural Basketball 
DICHIARA, M ; Arlington, Child Development. 
DICICCO. NG. Lexington. Education 
DIFONZO. A R , Hopedale: Mathematics 
DIGIACOMO, S M . Melrose, French, Alpha Lambda Delta 
DILORENZO, J.W , Clarksburg: Forestry 
DIMARTINO. P M . Canton. Elementary Education 
DINATALE, RM, Cambridge. Speech Pathology: Afro-Am 



Studies 
DIPRIMO. C.A.; Lawrence; Secondary Art Education. 
DIRICO, F J , Quincy. Public Health, Pi Lambda Phi, JOE; Stu- 

denl Senate 
DISHLER, JA, Revere, Recreation, Recreation Assoc: Apple 

Corp 
DOBBINS, P T , Winchester; Education 
DOHANIAN, P; Belmont: History, Univ Chorale, Treasurer: 

Secretary House Gov't, Secretary Mortar Board; Dean's 

List 
DOHERTY, K.F ; Waltham, English. 
DOHERTY, M J : Norwood, Political Science. Intramurals. 
DOHERTY, WJ JR: Wobern; Marketing; Business Club: 

Marketing Club 
D0LVIN,0L, Springfield, Speech 



234 




Barbara Donahue 
Karen Dooling 
Daryl Drejza 
Denise Dufour 
Frederick Dyke 



Michael Donahue 

Ruth Dorgan 
Stephen Drewnah 
Martha Duggan 
Paul Dyka 



Sandra Donalini 
Gail Dorsey 
Ronald Drewski 
Charles Dunn 
Rene Eady 



Abraham Doneger 
Steven Dotlin 
Rose Driscoll 
Paula Dunn 
Timothy Edwards 



Karen Donnelly 
Cynthia Doucelte 
Richard Dropski 
David Dupont 
Valerie Eichel 



Michael Donnelly 
James Dow 
Monica Dubiel 
Chfisline Durham 
Bonnie Elbaum 



Elizabeth Oonohue 
Paul Drager 
Thomas Duca 
Raymond Duval 
Carmen Elie 



Daniel Donovan 
lohn Drane 
Hedy Duda 
Carl Dyka 
Susan EhotI 




DONAHUE. B.A.: HavethiK; Sociology. 

DONAHUE, MP.: Sutton: Civil Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; ASCE; 
Motorcycle Club 

DONATINI, S.A.; West Spnngtield; Speech; Sigma Kappa: Uni- 
versity Theatre; Univeisity Music Theatre 

DONEGER. A.L; East Rockaway. NY.; Accounting. 

DONNELLY. K.L ; Pembroke; Speech/Communication 
Disorders. 

DONNELLY. M G., Arlington: Zoology. 

DONOHUE. E.A.; Frammgham; Pre-Vetenan: Equestrian Club, 
Sec; Equestrian Drill Team, Caplain; Alpha Zeta; Intercolle- 
giate Horse Judgmg and Horse Show Teams. 

DONOVAN. D.F., MiUbury; History. 

DOOLING, K.L,; Beverly: Education 

DORGAN. R.A.: Burlington, History; Alpha Chi Omega 

DORSEY, G.E,; West Roxbury; History; Dorm Cultural Chair- 



man. Dorm Council; Intramurals, Dean's List. 

DOTTIN, SA.; New Bedford. Speech: Black Mass Communica- 
tions Pfoiect; Basketball 

DOUCEHE, C.J.; Wakefield, Psychology: Southwest Patriots, 
Executive Council ot Patterson; Alpha Lamda Delta. 

DOW, J L . Hyannis. Political Science, 

DRAGER, P. Peekskill, NY.; Accounting; WMPRIG, Hiltel, De- 
bate Union. Pres,. v-Pres., High School Tournament 
Director 

DRANE, J H.. Sociology; Pres ot Southwest Assembly; Chair- 
person ot Senior Class: Member ot President's Council. 
Newman Club: Academic Affairs Committee ot SGA; Proiecl 
10 

DREJZA. DW.; Springlield; Marketing: Zeta Beta Tau; Golf 
Team. Student Exchange to Hawaii. 

DREWNIAK. S J : West Springfield; Pre-Med ; Honors Program. 



Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Mu Delta. Symphonic Band: 
Intramurals 

DREWSKI. R,; West Spnngtield. Government; Captain Karate 
Team; Pres. Oriental Club, ludtciary Judge; Chess Club. 

DRISCOLL, R.L.; Swampscott: Elementary Education 

DROPSKI. R.L. Lynn, Psychology. Univ. Health Board; Coun- 
selling Undergrads m Psychology 

DUBIEL. MB.; Chicopee Falls: Nursing 

DUCA, T A. Worcester: Music 

DUDA. H M.; Worcester, Art Education 

DUFOUR. OH, Fitchburg; Dietetics 

DUGGAN. M.E., Cohasset. Communication Disorders: Dorm 
Gov't; Alpha Lambda Delta. University Chorus. Student 
Health Services Interview Panel, Sigma Alpha Eta 

DUNN. C.E., North Adams. Political Science. 

DUNN. P.J : Needham: Recreation 



DUPONT. D.L.Holyoke; History. 

DURHAM. C Y . Personnel Management. 

DUVAL. R.D., Holyoke: French; Assistant and Substitute 

Teacher 
DYKA. C.T.: Chicopee; Civil Engineering; AMCE, 
DYKA. FA. Jr., Marlborough; Food Science. 
DYKA. P.J.: Adams: Management. 
EADY. R.W., Spnngtield: Education. 
EDWARDS, T M., Pocasset; BDIC, Phi Mu Delta; exec, vice 

president: lootball team 
EICHEL, V.J . Frammgham: Zoology. 
ELBAUM. B.D-; Longmeadow; Medical Illustration. 
ELIE. C.G.: Lowell; Psychology; Newman. 
ELIOTT, S E : Lunenburg; Education; Ski Club; Education 

Dept,; Intramurals. 



235 




rl\*h-u 



Jane Elkmd 
lean Eulian 
Paula Fatersik 
Karen Ferguson 
Stephen Finson 



Stephen Ellis 
Gregory Falzone 
Teresa Fauth 
Steve Ferrara 
Hedy Fischel 



Elaine Emanuelson 
Salvatore Falzone 
Patricia Fay 
Linda Fialkowski 
Stanley Fishbein 



Jean Emery 
Christine Fanning 
Peter Fazio 
Sheila Files 
Thomas Fisher 



Ann Encarnation 
Craig Farber 
Peler Feinberg 
Kevin Filley 
Richard Fitzgerald 



Frederick Enz 
Mary Faria 
Barbara Femgold 
Howard Finer 
Paul Fitzpatrick 



Michael Erkkmen 
Todd Farkas 
Robert Fennell 
Russell Finer 
Jane Flagg 



Jeffrey Esterkes 
Oavid Farrar 
Steve Ferber 
Annaiean Fmocchio 
Janice Flammia 







[LKINDJM Nalick.An icience 

ELLIS, S E Havertiill, Civil tngmeering, ASCE 

ENIftNUELSON.EM 0>lor():Elem Ed 

EMERV, I A, EasI DouEJas, Animal Science, Southwest 

Patriots, Collegiate Flying Club, vice president 
ENCARNATION, AM , Provincetown, Sociology 
ENZ FG, Altleboro, Ptiysical El) , Ttieta Ctii Ski Club, 

Intramurals, OulingClub 
ERKKINEN, M E , I^aynard Economics 
ESTERKES, J R , Swampscoll l^arketing 
EULIAN, J A Pitlslield: Elem Ed , Kappa Alptia Ttieta: Scrolls, 

Kappa Delta Pi, Intramurals 
FALZONE, G ] : W Springlield, Accounting 
FALZONE, SJ, Amherst: Accpunting: ACCOUNTING Associa 

tion 
FANNING, C M , Waterlown, Psycholojy 
FARBER, C,A : Greenfield: Psychology: Flying Redmen 



FARIA, MR. Winthrop, Child Development, Sigma Kappa, 

Greek Council Publicity Chairv*oman & Representative, 

Intramurals, Ski Glut, Newman Club 
FARKAS, T E Little Neck, NY , Political Science: University 

Symphony Orctiestra: Intern tor Congressman Michael J, 

Harrington, Intramurals 
FARRAR. D G Amherst, Forestry 
FATERSIK, P J , teuton: Home Economics 
FAUTH, T L , Springfield: Nursing: Sigma Delta lau 
FAY, PA, Winchester: Sociology, Swim Team tvlanager. Ski 

Club 
FAZIO, P T , Clinton: Political Science: Pi Sigma Alpha: Ptii Eta 

Sigma. Phi Kappa Phi 
FEINBERG.P E.Newton: Sociology 
FEINGOLD, B R : f/attapan. Human Honors, Commonwealth of 

Mass Scholar, MARY Program, Domestic Exchange 



Program N E S, Tutor, Dean s List, Area Govt Rep 

FENNELL, RA , Sunderland: Environ Design, 

FERBER, S K , Point Washington, N V , Psycholoffl, Capt of 
Tennis Team, Varsity Tennis, Political Co-Editor. Poor Rich- 
ard's,; Collegian staff, Intramurals, Town Meeting, Amherst, 
Championship in Squash and Paddleball 

FERGUSON, K L , Oanvers, Physical Ed : NAIADS 

FERRARA, S F : Squalum: English. Rugby Club, Collegian 

flALKOWSKI, L M , New Britain, Conn , Human Development: 
Dean's List, Omicron Nu, Intramurals, FineArts Council 

FILES, S M , E Weymouth, Education 

FILLEY, K P , Ithica, NY, Marketing: Phi Mu Delta 

FINER, H I , Newton, Psychology: Judo Club 

FINER, RM, Everett, Political Science, University Year lor 
Action, Intramurals, team capt , Hillel 

FINOCCHIO, A , E Boston: Child Development, Student Govt 



FINSON, S L , Springfield, Chemistry, Chemistry Club, trees 
FISCHEL, H,S, Pittslield, French, Hillel: Exchange Program, 

University of Caen, France 
FISHBEIN, SS: Haverhill, Accounting: VITA: Southwest 

Council: Concert Comm,: Proiect Twenty, Dorm Govt, treas,; 

Southwest Assembly, Finance Comm,: Dean's List: Stan's 

Banils 
FISHER, TA, Walpolc: Med Tech. Franklin County Public 

Hospital, Orchard Hill Colloquia 
FITZGERALD, RW, Jamaica Plain, Journalism-English; Rugby 

Club, secretary. Collegian staff: Karate, 
FITZPATRICK, P J , Middleton, Ag 8 Food Ec : Animal Science 

Club,Ag Ec Society 
FLAGG, JF, Lincolnville, Me, History, Varsity Softball: 

Marching Band, Dean's List 
FLAMMIA, ) M , Somerville, Psychology 



236 





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^B^ -^i^H 






Joan Flanagan 


Peter Flanagan 


Ellen Flannery 


Susan Flanzbaum 


Bruce Flashenburg 


Ruth-Ellen Flax 


Lynne Fletcher 


Henberto Flores 


Robert Fluck 


Daniel Flynn 


David Flynn 


Robert Focht 


Kevin Foley 


Dunne Fong 


David Fonlana 


Mane Fontoni 


Ovide Fortier 


James Foeter 


Robert Foster 


Susan Foster 


Anne Fourmer 


Gary Fowler 


Jack Francis 


David Frasca 


John Frazier 


Kathleen Freese 


Sarah French 


Deborah Frye 


Mary Furlong 


Robert Furjnan 


Ruth Gacek 


FrancmeGadomsk 


MicheleGagne 


Paul Gagnon 


John Galiatsos 


Joseph Gallagher 


Francis Galligan 


Cosmo Gallmaro 


Steven Gallup 


Paula Gallus 







FLANAGAN. I.M.; Fall River; Elem. Ed.: Sigma Sigma Sigma; 

Dean's List. 
FLANAGAN, P.; Wayland; Wildlife Biology; Alpha Zeta; Crew. 
FLANNERY, E.K.; Beverly; Mass Comm.; Kappa Alpha Theta, 

vice president: Scrolls; Revelers 
FLANZBAUM. S.G.; Frammgham; Pre-Med 
FLASHENBURG, B.W.; Saugus; Public Health Ed.. Oriental 

Sports Club; Kung Fu Ciub: Student Senate, services and 

budgets comm.; Health Services Student Advisory Board , 
FLAX, R.E; Belmont; English. 
FLETCHER, L.D : Rockland: Elem. Ed. CCEBS Counselor. 
FLORES, H.; Springfield: Education; V V.A W 
FLUCK, R.D.: Perkasie, Pa., Accounting; Accounting Assoc 
FLYNN, D.J., Fitchbufg; Political Science; USCC; Belchertown 

Volunteers; Dean's List; Dorm Govt.; House Council; 

Intramurals 
FLYNN. DM,: Oradell. NJ.; Bus. Society & the Individual; 



Varsity Football; Dean's List; Blue Wall Supr 

FOCHT, R M ; HarleysviHe, Pa.; Physics, Who's Who Among 
Students: Central Area Council, president; SGA, president's 
Council, OutmgClub 

FOLEY, K.P.: Boston: Public Health; Intramurals: Consultant. 

FONG, D.; Hong Kong; Zoology; Phi Eta Sigma, president; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Zoology Oept Faculty Student 
Liaison Comm., DVP Program, vice chairperson; Chinese 
Club; Undergraduate Rep.; International Provisional 
Student Board Member 

FONTANA, D P.; W. Springfield; English. 

FONTONI, M.S.; E. Bramtree: History; Dorm Social Comm., Ski 
Ciub; Dean's List 

FORTIER, V , Sunderland; Industrial Engineering; AllE.; Uni- 
versity Year for Action. Commuter Assembly Exec. Council. 

FOSTER, ).L , S Weymouth: Psychology. 

FOSTER. R.S.. Norwood, ARTA; Univ. Volunteer Fire Oept.; 



Amherst Auxiliary Fire Dept. 

FOSTER, S.F; Beverly, Education. 

FOURNIER, AC; Deerfield, III ; Environmental Ed.; DVP, chair- 
woman; CEQ, lecture chairwoman; Ski Club: Alpha Zeta; 
Dorm Govt. Rep 

FOWLER, G.L; Haverhill. Finance 

FRANCIS, J L.H,: Springfield: Urban Ed., CCEBS; CCEBS coun- 
selor; Dorm Counselor. 

FRASCA, D.W.: Springfield; Management. 

FRAZIER, f.F . Medford; Political Science. 

FREESE, K,A,Millis, Nursing 

FRENCH. S.G: S.Hadley, Education. 

FRYE, D.L,; Worcester: Zoology: Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

FURLONG, M.L.;S. Easton, Industrial Eng/Oper. Res.; Alpha Pi 
Mu. president; AllE, secretary; Industrial Eng. Undergrad 
Comm. Secretary. 

FURMAN, R.H,; Chicopee: Civil Engineering: ASCE.; 



Intramurals; Dean's List. 
GACEK. R.E,: Granby; Zoology; Marching Band: Concert Band. 
GADOMSKI, F.A.. Clinton; Communication Disorders: 

Communication Disorders Club, Treasurer 
GAGNE, M.S.; Acton, Human Development 
GAGNON, PA.; Civil Engineering; ASCE. 
GALIATSOS. J.H.; West Springfield; Accounting: Accounting 

Association. Hamlin House Treasurer. 
GALLAGHER. J.J: Political Science 

GALLIGAN, F.X., Cambridge: Sociology; Tau Epsilon Phi; Exec- 
utive Board; Juvenile Opportunities Extension; Frosh. 

Hockey Team; Belchertown Volunteers 
GALLINARO, CD.; Somerville: Chemistry. 
GALLUP, S.C: Cambridge; Sociology; Sigma Alpha Mu. 
GALLUS, P.J.: Public Health; Sigma Kappa. Intramurals; Greek 

Council. Public Health Student-Faculty Relations 

Committee, 



237 




Paul Galvm 
Linda Garland 
Povilas Gavelis 
Cynthia Gibson 
Amy Glagovshy 



Ralph Gamba 
Stephen Garrett 
Patricia Gearv 
Elisabeth Gilbride 
Karen Glansberg 



Linda Gammerman 
Christina Garro 
Sarah Gelfand 
Kathleen Gill 
Deborah Glazier 



Alan Garber 
Susan Gars 
Keith Geller 
John Gilligan 
Norma Glazier 



Anne Gardner 
Gail Gatautts 
James Geratowski 
Kerry Gilliland 
James Gledhill 



Joseph Gareau 
Philip Gaudet 
Rebecca Gerry 
Linton Gilling 
Herbert Glich 



Susan Garfinkel 

Ernest Gaudette 
William Gervais, Jr. 
Nancy Gilson 
Donald Glickstein 



Donna Garland 
John Gauthier 
Gerald Giaqumta 
Diane Girouard 
Francine Glixman 




GALVIN, P.E , Dedham, Human Development; Bete Chi; Head 

counselor Gorman House, Sludenl-Faculty Liason Comm. 

Hum. Dev : Intramurals. 
GAMBA, RG. Pittsfield, Chemical Engineering, AlChE, Pres , 

Newman Club. Sec , People Anti Abortion Coalition. 
GAMMERMAN. L , Hyde Park; Social Work; Univ. Concert 

Dance Group. Northampton Day Care Center; Springfield 

Exchange House, Northampton Welfare Office 
GARBER, A. West Newton; Political Science, Dorm Gov't; 

Dorm Judiciary. 
GARDNER, A M.; Worcester; Psychology 
GAREAU, J.H.Chicopee; Finance 
GARFINKEL, S,E.; No. Massapequa. N.Y.. Home Economics 

Education; Music Theater, AHEA, S.W. Patriots. 
GARLAND, DL.; Enterprise, Ala, Elementary Education; Chi 

Omega, Rush Chairman 
GARLAND, L.M., Stow; Mathematics; Peer Sex Education 



Councilor. 
GARREH, S F ; Wakefield; Mathematics; Marching Band. 
GARRO, C J Revere; English. NafI Student Exchange Program 
GARS. SI., Human Development; Dean's List. 
GATAUTIS, G C , Athol; Mathematics, NES Tutoring. 
GAUDET, P R . Rehoboth, Animal Science. 
GAUOEnE, E P ; Springfield, Mechanical Engineering 
GAUTHIER, J L , South Hadley, Sociology; Student Senate 
GAVELIS, PA , Westboro; Industrial Engineering; Alpha Pi Mu, 

Treasurer 
GEARY, P , Fall River, Psychology 
GELFAND, SE. Springfield, English, Hillel 
GELLER, K R , framingham; Environmental Design 
GERATOWSKI, J.F., Peabody, General Business Fmance, 
GERRY, R S , Sheiburne Falls; Elementary Education 
GERVAIS. W A JR,So Hadley, History 
GIAQUtNTA, G.J.; Lawrence, Political Science; Pi Sigma Alpha, 



Intramurals. 

GIBSON. C.B.; East Longmeadow; Education; Dorm Social 
Comm , Alpha Lamda Delta Honor Society 

GILBRIDE, E.B , Rockland; Chemistry. Chemistry Club; 
AChSSA, 

GILL. K.E.; Physical Education; Intramurals; Teacher of 
Handicap Persons 

GILLIGAN J E., Ill, West Dennis, Marketing. Beta Chi, Ireas , 
Marketing Club, Pres.; Student Senate, SUB Comm., Chair- 
man, Spring Day Chairman 

GILLILAND. K.L . Baldwmville; Human Development, Gamma 
Sigma Sigma, Recording, Alumni Sec, Parliamentarian, 
Mortar Board; Collegian, NES Tutoring, Hum. Dev Student- 
Faculty Comm. 

GILLING, L.D , SpringfieldrEnglish; Intramurals. 

GILSON,NL: Palm Bay, Fa. Nursing 

GIROUARD, DM , Fitchburg; Elementary Education, Alpha Chi 



Omega, vice-pres ; NES Tutoring; Intramurals. 

GLAGOVSHY, AS.; Haverhill; Political Science; Tau Delta Sig- 
ma, University Band 

GLANSBERG, K T , Newburyport; Sociology 

GLAZIER, D C . Nahant, General Business Finance; Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma, SBA Student Advisory Council; SBA Curriculum 
Comm 

GLAZIER, N L . Foxboro, Home Economics; AHEA. 

GLEDHILL, J.W; Management. 

GLICK, H.B.; Maiden; Environmental Biology: Hillel 

GLICKSTEIN, O.W.; Framingham. Education; Proiect 10: Index; 
Collegian. School of Education Council. Summer 
Counseling, Honors, McGovern Campaign. ""In this life to 
die has never been hard. To make new life's more difficult 
by far " - Mayakovsky 

GLIXMAN, F J ; Revere; Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma, House 
Manager. Frosh Sec/Treas of Dorm. 



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Barbara Glotzer 


Paul Gnjadeh 


Bernadette Goddu 


Bradford Goff 


Diane Goff 


Peter Golash 


MajoneGold 


Anila Goldberg 


Scott Golden 


DaleGoldfarb 


Jason Goldstein 


laneGolonka 


Rutfi Gomes 


Ursula Gonsalves 


John Goode 


Joan Goodenough 


Alan Goodman 


Marcy Goodman 


Kenneth Goodwin 


David Gordon 


Slephen Gordon 


Sfiaron Gorevitz 


John Goshdigian 


Adnna Goshganan 


Donald Gosiewski 


Dennis Gould 


Susan Gould 


Robert Grace 


Glen Grafiam 


Sandra Gran 


VmcenI Grandomco 


David Gravel 


Carol Gray 


Gary Gray 


Steven Greectiie 


David Green 


Mane Green 


Marsha Green 


Phyllis Green 


Jear Green berg 




GLOTZER, B.J.; Saddle Brook. NJ : Mathematics; fliplia Chi 

Omega, asst. Stuart: Alpha Lambda Delia: Phi Kappa Phi. 

Student Senate. Cheerleading: NES Tutoring: Belchertown 

Volunteers. 
GNIADEK. P J : Pittslield: Chemical Engmeenng: Tau Beta Phi: 

Brown House Gov't: Intramurals: AlChE. Chemistry Club: 

Newman Club 
GOODU. B-M.: Holyoke, Economics. Newman Club 
GOFF. B.M.: Springfield: Zoology: DVP: Ski Club: Outing Club: 

Group- 
GOFF. D.L.: Psychology: Sigma Kappa: Intramurals. 

Dramatics: Dean's List Exchange Student, U of Hawaii: 

DVP. 
GOLASH, PE.:Haydenville: Art 
GOLD, W.L: Brockton: History 
GOLDBERG, A : Maiden: Political Science. 
GOLDEN. S-M : History: Beta Kappa Phi: Maroon Keys: Nafl 



Student Exchange, Honors 
GOLDFARB. D E.: Maiden: Elementary Education: Hillel, 
GOLDSTEIN, J.A: Swampscotl: Public Health: NES Tutoring: 

Student Health Advisory Board. Budget Sub-committee 
GOLONKA. JE: Turners Falls: English.'History. Student 

Senate, Dorm Govt, Treasurer, Index SWAP 
GOMES, R,R : Holyoke, Communication Disorders 
GONSALVES, U B., Allleboro: Human Development Chi 

Omega, 
GOODE, J E, Weston: BDIC, 
GOODENOUGH, J E.: Pittsfield: Economics: Dean's List: 

WMPRfG, 
GOODMAN, AH.: Quincy: Pre-Med/Psychofogy: Tau Epsilon 

Phi: Greek Council: Intrafaternity Council: Dean's List: 

Lacrosse 
GOODMAN. MA,: Brookline: Elementary Education 
GOODWIN, KB, Feeding Hills: Food Science: Food Science 



Club, Pres, Nat'l and Regional Rep to IFT 
GORDON, D E : Maiden: Zoology: Motorcycle Club 
GORDON, SC: Haverhill, Accounting: Intramurals, Athletic 

Coordinator Washington Lower 
GOREVITZ. S L : Framingham: Speech 
GOSHDIGIAN, J , Arlington, Mathematics 
GOSHGARIAN, AC: Melsore: Education: Armenian Club 

Advisor 
GOSIEWSKI, DE, Springfield: Chemistry: Phi Eta Sigma: 

Honors, Dean's List 
GOULD, DM, Longmeadow: Accounting. 
GOULD, S.M : West Acton: Child Development: Sports. 
GRACE. R.L: Worcester. Pre-Denlal 
GRAHAM. G . Westminster: Chemical Engineering. Tau Beta 

Pi. AlChE: HOONYNNM Magazing. coedilor. 
GRAN. S: Lynn: Med-Tec 



GRANDONICO. V J.. Hadley: Environmental Design: Phi Sigma 

Delta: Varsity Soccer. 
GRAVEL, O-C : Ware: Personnel Management: Ski Club: Finance 

Comm . Business Club 
GRAY, C.C : Salem: English: Dorm. Counselor, Ass't Head ol 

Residence, Executive Board 
GRAY, G,G.: Palmer: Wildlife Biology: Alpha Zeta-Censor, vice- 

Pres,, The Wildlife Society 
GREECHIE, S J : Canton: English: Group: University Theatre 
GREEN, D,A,: Madlen. Cinema Studies. 
GREEN. M.E: Waltham, Mathematics: Newman Choir. 
GREEN. M S.: Framingham. English: Hockey Cheerleader: 

Belchertown Boltwood Protect. 
GREEN. PA.: Springfield. Urban Education: Black Cacus 

Treasury 
GREENBERG. JE : Swampscolt: Spanish. 



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Richard Gteenberg 
Jon Grigus 
Harry Guigli 
Deborah Haggerty 
Brenda Hamel 



Sleven Greenberg 
Thomas Grime 
Jeffrey Gull 
Signd Haggelt 
Barbara Hamilton 



Maiine Greenblatt 
Janet Groat 
Virginia Gurry 
Margaret Haigis 
Robert Hamilton 



Herbert Greenburg 
Barbara Groomes 
Ann Gustowski 
Marcia Haiduk 
Ctiristme Hammond 



Gloria Greene 
Mitchell Grossberg 
Joyce Habib 
Bernard Hale 
Nancy Hannmen 



Paul Greguoli 
Harriet Grossman 
Brenda Hachey 
Ann Haley 
Nancy Hansen 



Sandra Greig 
Ernest Guarmo 
Ronald Hachey 
Charles Hamaty 
Robert Hansen 



Donald Grieco 
Mary Guay 
Charles Hacketl 
George Hamberg 
Richard Hanson 













GREENBERG, R S.: West Newlon, Sociology. Sigma Alpha Mu 

GREENBERG, S M , Natick. Economics 

GREENBUTT. M J , Greenfield; Med Tech 

GREENBURG, H.S . Milton, Psychology 

GREENE, G A . Maiden, Human Development 

GREGUOU. P J , Feeding Hills, Wildlife Biology 

GREIG, S E , Lexington, Elementary Education. Concert Dance 

Group 
GRIECO. DA, Pitlsdeld. Wildlife Biology: Orchard Hill 

Newspaper, Group 
GRIGUS, J E . Electrical Engineering. Eta Kappa Nu. IEEE Tau 

Beta Pi 
GRIME, T G , Amherst. Interior Design. Environmental Arts 
GROAT, J. L, Pittsfield, Psychology 
GROOMES, B J., Springfield: Education: Explorations. Afro-Am. 



Upward Bound Counselor 
GROSSBERG, M A . Framingham; Psychology 
GROSSMAN, H M.. Andover, Elementary Education, Deans list. 

Dorm Council: Collegian, NES Tutor 
GUARINO, E D . Winchester. HRTA, Innkeepers. 
GUAY MA Jamaica Plain. English 
GUIGLI, H ) . Framingham. Fish Biology 
GULL, J L.. Framingham, Management: Business Club, Zeta 

Nu. Athletic Chairman; Varsity Lacrosse 
GURRY, V.M . Cambridge: German, tntramurals: Resident Ass'l: 

German Club 
GUSTOWSKI, AT. Framingham, Physical Education, 

Intramurals, Dorm Counselor 
HABIB, J M , W Roxbury, Nursing. Newman Club; Outing Club 
HACHEY, B A . Athol. Nutrition: Ski Club, AHEA. Naiads, Dorm 



Govt. 
HACHEY, R.A.: Fitchbufg: Landscape Architecture 
HACKETT, C M : Amherst: Bus Admin.: Thanks to those who 

made it worthwhile 
HAGGERTY, D A , Brookline. Elem. Ed 
HAGGETT. S D.. Shrewsbury: Psychology: Intramural 

Volleyball 
HAIGIS, MP, Greenfield: B.D I C. 
HAIDUK. MA, Moorestown, N.J.. Foods in Busmess; Scrolls: 

Oeans List 
HALE. B.D Greenfield. An 
HALEY, A C.Monson, Psychology 
HAMATY, CJ., W Roxbury, Economics: Varsity Football, 

Bands, Intramurals, Dorm Counselor 
HAMBERG. GT: Bristol, Conn. Speech Pathology & 



Audiology 

HAMEL. B C : Boxtord, Spanish 

HAMILTON, BI: Andover; Mathematics; Scrolls: NES; 
Intramurals 

HAMILTON, RW . Marblehead, History. Sigma Alpha Mu. 
councilman-at -large 

HAMMOND, CL, S Yarmouth; Speech; Scrolls; Dorm Pres,; 
Dorm Counselor 

HANNINEN, N B : Melhuen; Child Development 

HANSEN, N.A , Washington-Hinsdale, Physical Ed. 

HANSEN, RW,Holyoke: MAE 

HANSON, R , Brockton, Japanese & Journalism: Daily Collegi- 
an, editor-in-chiet; ButterfJeld House, treasurer: Mass. 
Publishing Board, chairman. 



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Edgar Harder 


Stephen Harding 


Eslelle Hardy 


David Harrington 


Mary Harrington 


Ethel Harrps 


Karen Harris 


Pamela Harris 


Barbara Harrison 


Edward Harrison 


Joan Harrison 


Joan Harrison 


Patricia Harrison 


Stephanie Harriston 


Daniel Harrold 


Patricia Hart 


Julie Hartstone 


Joseph Harty 


Brenda Hatch 


David Hathaway 


Shelley Hatton 


Cheryl Havele^ 


Robert Haverty 


Frances Haviland 


Joseph Hawrylciw 


Maureen Hayes 


Sheila Hayes 


Theodore Haykal 


David Haywood 


Bruce Healey 


Thomas Heavey 


Susan Hecht 


AnneHegarty 


Jean Henderson 


Kerry Henderson 


Noreen Henneberry 


Kathleen Henry 


William Henry 


Barbara Hern 


Lawrence Heron 




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HARDER. E A.: Ware: Gen. Business: Dear's List 

HARDING, S,M ; Northampton: Fish, Biology. 

HARDY, E,L,: Beilingham; Human Development: Chi Omega 

HARRINGTON, D,B : Needham Psychology 

HARRINGTON, M K, Ashland: Psychology 

HARRIS, E,, Pittslield: History: Hillel: Collegian: Alpha Phi 

Gamma, president, 
HARRIS, K.P : Holyoke: Retailing: Dorm legislative E<ec 
HARRIS, P : Pittslield: Child Development: Chi Omega, rush 

chairman, Panheilenic Rep,: Freshman Exec Council: 

Intramurals 
HARRISON. B,E.: Weslboro: Accounting: Accounting Clul) 

treasurer: N,ES,: VITA. 
HARRISON, E,D„ Wilmington: Physical Ed : Theta Chi. 
HARRISON, J.B : Lynnlield: Mathematics: Alpha Chi Omega, 

scholarship chairman: Alpha Lambda Delta, 



HARRISON,J,L:Pembroke, Med Tech 

HARRISON. P : Harwichport: Elem. Ed. 

HARRISTON. S.D.: Boston: Child Development. 

HARROLD. D.W.: Springfield: Counselling: Ski Club. 

HART. PL.: Pittsfield: French: University of Caen. France: 
French Corridor: Student Rep in French Dept, 

HARTSTONE, J B.: Waban, Speech: Sigma Delia Tau: Sigma 
Alpha Eta: Boltwood Project: Comm, Disorders Club: 
secretary 

HARTY, J,A,:Chico pee: History. 

HATCH, B,L , W Willington, Conn,: Nursing: Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma; Alpha Lambda Delta: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship: 
Equestrian Ctub. 

HATHAWAY, D H.: Fitchburg; Astronomy, Astronomy Club, 
vice-president 

HATTON. S.N : Washington. D.C: Elem. Ed.: Dorm Counselor: 



House Council Member: Academic Policy Comm.: 

Intramurals. 
HAVELES, C.I : Plamer: Mathematics: Alpha Chi Imega. 

treasurer: Intramurals. 
HAVERTY, RE,: Woburn: Economics, 
HAVILAND, F.M : Northampton; Nursing 
HAWRYLCIW, jM: Ludlow; Economics: Economics Liason 

Comm ; Marching Band 
HAYES, MP,; W, Roxbury, Interior Design; Student Senator. 

Butterfield Productions, vice-president. 
HAYES, MP: W. Roxbury: Interior Design; Student Senator; 

Buttertield Productions, vice-president 
HAYES, S K , Chelmsford: History: Chief Justice General Court: 

Student Senate Comm, 
HAYKAL, TW.: Andover; Art; Operetta Guild, assistant 

publicity: Maroon Keys; Southwest Patriots. 



HAYWOOD, D B,; Chicopee; Accounting. 

HEALEY. B J : Quincy: Personel Management. 

HEAVEY. T.J ; Beilingham; History 

HECHT. S.C . Brockton: Education: Sigma Kappa: Intramurals. 

HEGARTY. A.P ; Wellesley Hills; Sociology, Sigma Delta Tau; 

University Year for Action 
HENDERSON. J P.. N Weymouth; Nursing: Dorm Intramurals: 

Northampton State Hospital Volunteer; Infirmary Clinic. 
HENDERSON. K D.Hanover: History. 
HENNEBERRY, N,J : Lexington: Sociology: NES, 
HENRY, KM . Holyoke: Psychology: Newman Club; Dean's List. 
HENRY, WE; Newtonville: Environ, Design, 
HERN, B A , Stoughton: Physical Ed ; Dorm Govt,; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Intramural Supervisor; Varsity Basketball. 

Field Hockey; Dean's List, 
HERON. L.J : Hopedale; Physical Ed. 



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WilhamHickey, Jr. 


Margaret Higgms 


Lawrence Higley 


Jofin Hildretti 


Elizabetfi Hingston 


Allen Hinkle 


James Hi rsch 


William Hjerpe 


Carol Hogan 


George Hoessel 


Elizatieth Hoffman 


John Hogan 


William Hogan 


Patricia Holland 


Sally Hollens 


Sharon Holm 


Hazel Holman 


Constance Holmes 


Lorraine Holmes 


Conrad Holuk 


Kirk Hoover 


Cynthia Hopkins 


Robert Horacek 


David Horan 


Ann Morgan 


Leslie Horn 


Debra Horowitz 


Diane Horowitz 


Mary Ellen Horsey 


Nancy Hortman 


Roberta Horton 


Paul Horwilz 


Donna Howard 


Parns Howard 


Steptien Howard 


Marilyn Howley 


Lucille HfynJewich 


Susan Huber 


Jeffrey Hughes 


Lawrence Hughes 




HICKEY, W R , JR.; Plum Island, Physical Ed , Intramurals 

HIGGINS, M,M., Harwichpor, Education; Intra- 
mural Football; Crochet teacher. 

HIGLEY, LS.; Wayland; Psychology; Managing Editor of Sage 
Revisited 

HILDRETH, IB. Troy. NY, History; House Govt President. 
Intramural Soccer; Water Polo Club 

HINGSTON, E J , Reading, Math and Pre-med , Phi Beta Kappa 

HINKLE, AJ. Bolton, PreMed, Zoology, Student Health 
Advisory Board. 

HIRSCH, J.R , Townsend; Sociology. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

HJERPE, W M , North Attleboro, English. 

HOBAN, C M , Amherst; Elem Ed.. Swimming, Squash. 

HOESSEL, G H . Hudson; Urt)an Studies; Honors Program; The 
Hobbitt, The Group. 

HOFFMAN, E.A., Bramtree, Political Science; Index 71; Rep. 
from John Qumcy Adams 

HOGAN, J.J . Somerset. Food and Natural Resources; Student 



Senate - Speaker, Vice-Pres , Exec Comm - Chrmn , 
Activities Comm — Chrmn , Student Gov't Asso,. Vice- 
Pres , Acting Pres , Top of Campus, Inc., Sec'y , Commuter 
Assembly Exec. Comm.; Dorm Council, Vice-Pres., Faculty 
Senate Space and Calendar Comm , Chrmn.; Student 
Calendar Comm , Chrmn , Innkeepers, Senior Class Sec'y. 

HOGAN, W T , Lanesboro; English, EDUC, president 

HOLLAND, PA.. Northampton, Music Ed, Tau Beta Sigma, 
secretary, Music Educators National Conference. Symphony 
Band. Marching Band; Band Librarian. 

HOLLENS, S A , Holyoke, English, Alpha Lambda Delta, 

HOLM.SC , Worcester; Home Ec Ed. 

HOLMAN, H M , Lanesboro. Mathematics, Equestrian Club, 
Animal Science Club. 

HOLMES C E-, Frammgham. English 

HOLMES, L C , North Eastham. Elem Ed. 

HOLUK, C M , Ludlow. Psychology. Dorm President; Summer 
Counselor; Admin. Asst.. JOE, Stockbridge Rifles, Dean's 



List 
HOOVER, K T , Vestal, N.Y . Hotel Admin. 
HOPKINS, CA, Braintree, Political Science, Southwest 

Assembly, secretary. Dean's List, Dorm Rep.; Ski Club; Pi 

Sigma Alpha; Project Ten; Undergraduate Legislative 

Internship Program. 
HORACEK, R W , Feedings Hills, Management 
HORAN, DI, North Adams, Mech Engineering, ASME, vice 

chairman admin., Sigma Alpha Epsilon; AIAA 
HORGAN, A.M., Holyoke; Nursing; Sigma Theta Tau 
HORN, LP; Worcester; Economics: Phi Kappa Phi, Bowling 

Team, 
HOROWITZ. D F.; Fall River, Human Development 
HOROWITZ. DR.,Norwalk; Elem Ed 
HORSEY, ME.Topstield; Sociology 
HORTMAN, NL, Wilmington, Del.; Nursing; Sigma Kappa. 

treasurer, Nursmg Club; Intramurals. 
HORTON, R.. New York City, Honors - Psychology. 



HORWITZ, PL, Newton. History; NES Tutoring; Collegian; 

Intramurals 
HOWARD, D F., Huntington, NY.; Nursing; Sigma Theta Tau; 

Phi Kappa Phi, JOE. 
HOWARD, P P , Springfield, Human Development; Belchertown 

State School Volunteer 
HOWARD. S J , North Andover, Psychology: Sigma Phi Epsilon, 

pledge trainer; Lacrosse, Intramurals 
HOWLEY. M A , East Weymouth. Elem, Ed 
HRYNIEWICH, L.M , Acton, Nursing; Newman Club, Choir; 

Women's Consciousness Group, Dorm Manager 
HUBER, S.G, Northampton. Spanish 
HUGHES, JW, West Gray, Me, French. Dorm Council: 

Intramural Athletic Chairman. Collegian; Sailing Club 
HUGHES, L M . Stoneham; Industrial Engmeenng, APO: French 

Corridor, Campus Crusade for Christ, Intramurals 



242 




Mary Hughes 


Deborah Hull 


Mark Hull 


Laurence Hunter 


Francis Hurley 


Mary Hyatt 


Catherine Indelicalo 


Elizabeth Isherwood 


Joanne Izbicki 


Justine Jackson 


Noreen Jackson 


Judy Jacobs 


Stephen Jacoljs 


Thomas Jacobs 


M. Karen Jacobson 


Albert Jagoda 


Paula Jakubiak 


Christine James 


Cynttiia James 


Marc James 


Joseph Janas 


Wayne Jancatermo 


Gary Janelle 


Susan Jankowski 


Thaddeus Jarzabek 


David Jeanes 


Mary Jekanowski 


PhihpJelatis 


Roger Jenkins 


Wdlma Jennings 


Christina Jette 


Helen Jillson 


Karen Joesctike 


Erik Jotiannessen 


Brian Johnson 


Duane Johnson 


James Johnson 


Karen Johnson 


Lee Johnson 


Linda Johnson 




HUGHES, M E.Northboro, Nursing, 

HULL, D L : Amherst: Theatre, UMass Theatre ProiJuctions 

HULL, M E,: South Attleboro, Mech, Engineering: ASME, Intra- 

murais: Dean's List: Concert Band 
HUNTER, LJ, Quincy: Political Science-Sociology: Univ and 

State Comm Council 
HURLEY, FA, Chicopee, Accounting 
HYATT, Nfl,T,: Newburyport, Fashion Marketing: Student Govt,, 

Exec, Council: Dean's List, Dorm Counselor: Newman Club: 

Belchertown Volunteers, Intramurals, Program Council, 

Senior Comm , Index 
INDELICATO, C M,: Maiden: Psychology 
ISHERWOOD, E M : Fairhaven: Marketing 
IZBICKI. J.C: Boston: English 
lACKSON, I A , Haverhill, Sociology, Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Rush Chairman 
lACKSON. N.M,: Weymouth, Speech: Ski Club 
JACOBS, J-F,. Clearwater, Fla., Zoology, Alpha Lambda Delta: 



Honors Program 
JACOBS, S.R , Amherst: Geology: Volunteer Fire Dept , Dean's 

List 
JACOBS, T E : Methuen: Electrical Engineering 
JACOBSON, M K , West Springfield: BDIC, Alpha Lambda Delta: 

Student Senate, Senate Services Comm : IQA Middle, 

Executive Council, Security Comm , Dorm Pres,, Faculty 

Senate Library Com,: Co-op Booksroew Comm., Chairman 

DVP: Mortar Board 
lAGODA. AG, Randolph, Media in Ed, WMUA, Collegian 

Yahoo 
JAKUBIAK, PS: ShrewburyBFA 
JAMES, CM, Natick: Home Economic Education: Omicron, 

Nu, Alpha Lambda Delta, Scrolls: Dorm Pres, Peer Sex ED 

Counselor 
JAMES. C,A,, Ridgewood. N J,, Communication Disorders: 

Scrolls; Gamma Sigma Sigma: Dorm Gov't, Treasurer, Dorm 



Counselor 
lAMES, M H : Longmeadow: Finance: Parchute Club. Pres 
lANAS. J F : Fall River: Psychology: Pi Lambda Phi; Student 

Senator 
lANCATERINO. W S : Weymouth: Psychology: Action Lab 
lANELLE, G L , Northampton, WD Tech , Forest Products 

Research Society, Northeastern Sections, New England Kiln 

Drying Assoc 
JANKOWSKI, S M : Lowell: Political Science: Dorm Gov't: Pres : 

Action Lab, Food Services Comm 
JARZABEK, T M , Sunderland, Economics 
JEANES, DC , Amherst: Civil Engineering: Tau Beta Pi ASCE 

Flying Club 
iEKAN0WSKI,MA,H3dley, English 
JELATIS, P J, Lexington: Geology 
JENKINS, RL: Andoover: Zoology, Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa 

Phi, Judicial Court 



JENNINGS, W H , Holyoke, Human Development, 

JEnE,C,L,, Amherst: Mathematics 

JILLSON. H.B-: Conway: Nursing: R.N, Subcommillec, "Red is 

for courage" 
JOESCHKE, K , Northbridge: Speech: Am Speech and Hearing 

Club: Belchertown Volunteers 
JOHANNESSEN, EB, Weedham: English: Spectrum Fiction 

Editor, 
JOHNSON, BE, Hancock, NH, Wildlife 
JOHNSON, DL , Gloucester: Physical Education, Winter Track 
lOHNSON, J R , Dallon, Plant and Soil Science. 
JOHNSON, K A . Bradford: Elementary Education: Kappa Delta 

Pi, Intramurals, 
JOHNSON, LG: Everett: Sociology: Northeast S Southwest 

Areas Student Staff: Committee tor I^acial Understanding: 

Open Door 
JOHNSON. L.D.: Waltham: Psychology. 



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Lorraine Johnson 


Paula Jotinson 


Robert Johnson 


Valerie Johnson 


Kristine Jones 


Leta Jones 


Mary Jones 


Rictiard Jones 


Bruce Jordan 


Linda Jordan 


Debi Jose 


Patricia Josepfi 


Robert Joyner 


Sandra Judd 


Joyce KacoyanJs 


Darlene Kaczmarczyk 


Brian Kahn 


Mary Jayne Kalafarski 


Cyntfiia Kalinowski 


Daniel Kamal 


Janice Kananan 


Dennis Kane 


ArieneKangas 


Janice Kangas 


Allan Kaplan 


Terry Karas 


Nancy Karasik 


Sheldon Karp 


Gayle Karpowicz 


Larry Katz 


Sandra Katz 


Barry Kaufman 


Marcia Kaufman 


Mark Kaufman 


Mary Keane 


Nancy Keane 


Janet Keete 


AnnMarie Keery 


John Keilty 


Carol Kelleher 







JOHNSON, LR;Falmoulh;BFA 

JOHNSON, PA, Seekonk; Human Developmenl, NES Tutor; 

Intramurals 
JOHNSON, RF, Wofcerter: Wildlile: Wildlife Society, House 

Gov't, Intramurals 
JOHNSON, V A.; Peabody; Psychology 
JONES, KA, Franklin, Economics; Dorm Gov't; Floor Rep 

Councelor; SOS 
JONES, L.K , Freehold, N J , Human Developmenl; lota Gamma 

Upsilon; PanHellic Rep , Pres , Revelers 
JONES, MA, South Hadley, Education, Kappa Delta Pi Sec 
JONES, R,B , Beverly, Psychology 
JORDAN, B R ; History 
JORDAN, L E . Elementary Education 



JOSE, D , Framingham, Political Science; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Treas , Sec, Greek Council, Revelers, SW Patriots, 
Program Council; Executive Council; Intramurals 

JOSEPH, PA, Fall River; English 

JOYNER, R S , Northampton, Political Science 

JtJDD, S , Framingham, Nutrition, Boitwood Project 

KACOYANIS, J , Lexington, Journalistic Studies; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Scrolls, Collegian 

KACZMARCZVK, D M , N. Brookfield; Interior Design; Dean's 
List 

KAHN, B.S ; Newton; Marketing; Hillel; Cance House 
Intramural BowlingTeam 

KALAFARSKI, M J , Lunenburg, Elem Ed 

KALINOWSKI, C J , Greenfield; Education; Campus Girl Scouts 



KAMAL, DC, Lawrence, Speech; Alpha Phi Gamma; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Hockey Play-by-Play (WMUA); Sports Editor, 
Collegian 

KANARIAN, J M ; Rehoboth, Psycholoy 

KANE, DA, Fitchburg;Elem Ed 

KANGAS, AM, South Acton, Art Ed 

KANGAS, J E , Hadley, Ind Con ; Univ Chorus 

KAPLAN, A H , Turners Falls; Elec Engineering; IEEE; UMass 
Amateur Radio Assoc , president, vice-president. 

KARAS, T S , Newlonville, French; Hillel, president, vice-presi- 
dent, treasurer; French Club 

KARASIK, N F, Belmont, Art 

KARP, S; Lawrence, Art 

KARPOWICZ, G A; Belmont, French, Alpha Chi Omega 



KATZ, LB , Holoke, Maikeling; Dean's List 

KATZ, S E ; Winthrop, Human Development; Dean's List. 

KAUFMAN, B J.; Worcester, Accounting. 

KAUFMAN, MS , Wmlhrop, Child Development 

KAUFMAN, M ; Amherst; Economics Honors 

KEANE, M E.; Longmeadow. Psychology; Alpha Lambda Delta, 

FineArfs Council 
KEANE, N J , Littleton; Psychology, Northampton Volunteer 
KEEFE, JL. Norwell, French, Judo Club; Newman Club; 

NES Tutor, Women's Crew Team 
KEERY, AM, Springfield, Psychology 
KEILTY, J R, Peabody, English 
KELLEHER, C.A , Worcester; Political Science; Dorm 

Counselor 



244 




Kevin Kelleher 


Paul Kelleher 


Richard Kelleher 


William Keller 


David Kelley 


Judy Kelley 


Susan Kelley 


Daniel Kelly 


Susan Kelly 


Kathleen Kendrew 


David Kennedy 


Kathleen Kennedy 


All Kenney 


Elizabeth Kent 


Karen Kentfield 


Susan Keough 


Patricia Kernns 


Edwjn Keviljr, 


John Kiah 


Susanne Kieley 


Judy Kieltyka 


Noel Kiernan 


Diane Kiemyk 


Thomas Kilmartin 


Joy Klibanoff 


Patricia King 


William King 


William King. Jr. 


Janice Kisiel 


Jill Klein 


Elleni Koch 


Karyn Kiemyk 




Dennis Klinhowski 


Margery Klyman 


Nancy Knowles 


Judith Knybel 


Joseph Kobos. Jr. 




Robert Koch 




KELLEHER, K.J ; Canton: Physical Ed. 

KELLEHER. R.F.: Hyde Park; English; Dorm Counselor; 

Intramurals 
KELLEHER. RM.; Amhersl. Hotel Aim 
KELLER. W.S ; Rockland; Accounting; Accounting Assoc . 

Newman Club; Business Club; Intramurals. 
KELLEY. D.E; Hyde Park. Accounting; Phi Sigma Delia. 

steward; Greek Council Rep.; I.FC. Rep.; Intramurals; 

Accounting Assoc 
KELLEY. J.E. Rockland, Mathematics. Concert Comm 
KELLEY. S.M.; W Bridgewaler; English. CEQ. 
KELLEY. D.J ; Reading; Marketing; Tau Epsilon Phi; Varsity 

Baseball. 
KELLEY. S.E.; East Haven. Conn.; Elem. Ed.; Member ol Honor 

Society for Ed 
KENDREW. K.M. Florence; Elem. Ed 
KENNEDY. DC.; E Longmeadow; Geography; Geography 

Assoc; Arnold Air Society, treasurer; Dean's List. 



KENNEDY. KM.; Greenfield; Education 

KENNEY. A F; Middlelon; German; Phi Kappa Phi; German 

Glut, vice president. President's Council; SWAP. 71; Central 

Area Council, president 
KENT. E.A.; Amherst. Nursing 
KENTFIELD. K K ; Amherst. Home Ec. Ed.; AHEA. 
KEOUGH. S m . Holyoke; Elem. Ed.. Scrolls 
KERRINS. P A ; Revere; Pol Shr 
KEVIL. E.J . IR; Fairlawn. N J.. Psychology; Sport Parachute 

Club; Ski Club; Intramurals 
KIAH. J.W.; Springfield; Physical Ed ; Varsity Hockey: Varsity 

Soccer. 
KIELEY. SS.; Palmer; Human OevelopmenI 
KIELTYKA. J E; New Bedford; Elem Ed. 
KIERNAN. N . Wantagh. NY.; Nursing: Nursing Class 

Treasurer; Northampton Volunteer; Infirmary Clinic: Brooks 

Social Comm. 
KILMARTIN. T W : Framingham. History; Senior Honors Thesis 



in History: Dean's List: Intramurals 
KING. PA: Great Barrington; Spanish, Collegian; Student 

Rep.. BilingualBicultural Comm of Spanish Dept 
KING. V« H ; New Bramtree; A&F Ec : Alpha Zeta, chancellor: 

Agricultural Econ Society, president. 
KING, W.R.. JR. Holyoke; Zoology 
KISIEL. J.C , Holyoke: Sociology; Volunteer al Vlestfield 

Detention Center: Dorm House Council; Newman Club. 
KLEIN, J.S., Coloma. N.J.. Education; Chi Omega, treasurer, 

Panhellenic Council; Greek Council: Student Union — 

Campus Center Governing Board, vice president; Who's 

Who. 
KLEMYK. D; N. Hadley; Nursing 
ISLEMYK. K.A.: Sunderland: Speech 
KLIBANOFF. J A.; Spnnglield; Education. Domestic Enchange 

Program. Univ of Hawaii: Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Delta Tau. 

social & activity chairman. Greek Council Rep. 
KLINKOWSki. D.J.; Chicopee: French; Dean's List. Umv. of 



Caen. France; Undergrad Rep. to the French Dept. 
KLYMAN, M J , Newton; Med. Tech.; Boltwood Protect 
KNOWLES. N R.. S Yarmouth: Elem. Ed.: Sigma Kappa: Dorm 

Standards Board: Corridor Rep. for House Council; 

Intramurals. Dean's List 
KNYBEL. J.A.; Springfield; Foods in Business: Ski Club. 

secretary. 
KOBOS, J.L., JR.; Salem; Hotel, Rest. 8 Travel Admin.: 

Intramurals. 
KOCH. LK : Fall River: BDIC; WFCR: Collegian: The Crier: 

Yahoo. 
KOCH. R.F . Pittsfield. Psychology 



245 




Hilda Kogul 


Elaine Kohl 


Bill Kolbe 


Francme Kollias 


J. Roy Komarnisky 


Esther Koo 


Carol Korkosz 


Nancy Korza 


Brian Koziot 


Stanley Kozlowski 


Paul Krasnov 


Irving Kratz 


Courtney Krauss 


Joyce Krensky 


Karen Knvitsky 


Ellen Kruger 


Michele Kudisch 


John Kudukey 


Noreen Kuja 


Christine Kulisanski 


Leila Kuselias 


Woon Kwok 


Ronald LaBarre 


Wendy LaBreche 


Kathleen LaChance 


David LaChapelle 


Michael Laczynski 


Elizabeth Ladd 


Jotin LaFleur 


David Lahue 


Dorottiy Lambdin 


Michael Lanava 


Mary Ellen Lance 


Brian Lanciauit 


Gail Lane 


Virginia Langan 


Rictiard Lanier 


Claire Largesse 


Dolores Larkin 


Richard Larsen 




KOGUT, HA , Marlboro; Sociology: Sigma Delta Tau, Scrolls; 

Revellers, Sturjent Senate, Coordinator Coolidge Upper, 

Dorm Intramurals, Sisters of Nanou 
KOHL, ED, W Sprmgdelll, Nursing; NES Tutoring; Volunteer 

at Norltiampton State Hospital 
KOLBE, B A , Andover, Microbiology. Tennis Team 

Intramurals 
KOLLIAS. F . Belmont, Spanish, Spanish Club 
KOMARNISKY, I.R„ E Bridgewater. Animal Science; Alpha 

Zeta 
KOO. E,; Boston; Chemistry, Dean's List 
KORKOSZ, C M ; Springfield, Med. Tech 
KORZA, N E, Amherst, Nursing, National Student Nurses 

Assoc , Senator to Mass Senate of Student Nurses; Nursing 

Class, president; Dean's List; Publicity Chairman of 1971 

Bridal Fair 
KOZIOL. BJ, Baldwinville, Exercise Physiology, Soccer. 



freshman; Senior Honors Program 
KOZLOWSKI. S P . N Lavallette, N J ; Forestry 
KRASNOV, PL, Northampton, Education; Intramurals; Strike 
KRATZ, I , Scarsdale, N V ; Gen Bus 8 Finance 
KRAUSS, C , Andover, Geology, Director of Dorm Intramurals 
KRENSKY, J E , Milton, English, "To each his Dulcmea that he 

alone can name " Man of La Mancha 
KRIVITSKY, R A , Marblehead, Sociology; Sigma Delta Tau 
KRUGER. ER; Lowell; Psychology. Alpha Lambda Delta. 

secretary. Dorm Govt, vice-president. Scrolls; Dorm 

Counselor; Fine Arts Ushering; Dean's List 
KUOISCH. M , Springfield, Zoology, Job in a Hospital Lab 
KUDUKEY, J H ; Sunderland, Geology 
KUIA, N H ;S Weymouth; Education. 
KULISANSKI, C A, Athol; English 
KUSELIAS, L C , Springfield; Accounting; Univ Orchestra 
KOWK, W S . Allston. Mathematics. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa 



Phi. Newman Club 
LaBARRE, R L . Andover. Chem Engineering 
LABRECHE. W M . Stafford Springs. Conn . Psychology. Pi Beta 

Phi. treasurer; Mortar Board, treasurer. Scrolls; 

Precisionettes; National Student Exchange Program - 

Univ of Alabama, Campus Girl Scouts 
LaCHANCE, K R , Amherst. Home Ec Ed 
LaCHAPELLE, D C . Salem. Education 
LACZYNSKI. M W ; Deerfield. Mech, Engineering; ASME; Sigma 

Alpha Epsilon, ASME chairman & vice chairman of Finance. 

sr yr. vice chairman. )r yr 
LADD. E V . Framingham; Psychology 
LaFlEUR. J P . Greenfield. Civil Engineering AICE. Tau Beta 

Phi 
LAHUE. D L ; Pitlsfield; Elcm Ed 
LAMBDIN. DD. Gladwyne. Pa. Phys Ed. Alpha Lambda 

Delta. Maiors Council. AIAW; Jr Yr Abroad - Chelsea, 



England. Field Hocl^ey. capt.; Basltetball; Tennis; Outing 

Club. Belchertown Volunteer 
LANAVA. MA . Worcester; Environ Design; Alpha Zeta. 
LANCE. ME. Manchester; elem Ed; Class Exec Council; 

Scrolls; School of Ed Assembly 
LANCIAULT, B R . Worcester; System Mgl . Judo; Bowling 
LANE, G,A., North Adams. Human Development. Dean's List; 

Omicron Nu 
LANGAN. VA. Wayland. Sociology. Student Judiciary. 

Advocate; National Student Exchange Program 
LANIER. R L , Andover, Psychology 
LARGESSE, C M , Worcester; Sociology 
LARKIN, M , Gloucester; Physical Ed ; Women's Sports. 
LARSEN. R.A . Peabody; Fisheries Biology, Intramurals. 



246 




Lynda Larson 


Thomas Larson 


Linda Latour 


Lorinda Latva 


Rocco Laudano 


Linda Laudien 


Peter Laurenza 


Diane LaValley 


Paul Laverty 


Gail Lavote 


Christine Lawton 


William Lawton, Jf 


George Leach 


Jane Leahy 


Kathie Leafy 


Dorothy Leblanc 


Karen Leblanc 


David Lebowitz 


Donald Lederer 


Sidney Leedham, Jr 


Francis Lemanski 


Joyce Leocata 


Kathleen Leonard 


Linda Learay 


Mary Jane Letourneau 


David Levenson 


Oavid Levine 


Judith Levme 


Steven Levme 


Donna Uvingston 


Michael Levms 


Nancy Levy 


Albert Lewis 


Barbara Lewis 


Nelson Lewis 


Belty Lewy 


Louise Liberfarb 


Leslie Libertine 


Stan Lieawiec 


Mark Lightbody 




LARSON, L J . Burlmgton, Women's Phys U., Varsity Softball, 

Powderpuff Football Campus Champs 
LARSON, T ) , Beverly Farms, Wood Tectinology; Intramurais 
LATOUR, LL. Spencer Art Ed: Newman Center Choir; 

Belchertown State Helper: Univ Chorus 
LATVA, LH ,Maynard: Nursing 
LANDANO, RA,N Reading, HTLAM 
LAUDIERI, L J , Storrs, Conn : Human Development 
LAURENZA, PP: Methuen, Wildlife Biology, Alpha Zela, Xi 

Sigma Pi. Wildlife Society, vice president. Intramural 

Sports 
LaVALLEY, Of, fJIRS.: Northampton: Education 
LAVERTY, P S , Worcester, Sociology, Inlramurals 
LAVOIE, G R , Northampton, Education, METER 
LAWTON, C M , Amherst, Human Development, Dorm Govt . 

Dean's List, 
LAWTON, W R , JR : Nashua, N H , Human Potential: Phase III 



member of Action at Northampton State Hospital 
LEACH, G.T 111, Westport, Zoology 
LEAHY, IE, Chestnut Hill, Sociology 
LEARY, K L , W, Hyannisport: Elem Ed : Health Advisory 

Board: House Council Rep , IWgr of Volleyball Team, lob 

Description Comm for Head of Residence 
LEBLANC, f* : Salem, Art, Student Art Assoc , Group 2,3,4 
LEBLANC, KR: Gardner: Mathematics: Newman Club, 

secretary social co-chairman 
LEBOWITZ, D J , North Adams, French, Students International 

fdedilation Society: Hillel, JOE, NFS 
LEDERER, DA: Erie. Pa.: Chemistry. Chemistry Club: 

Chairperson of Senate Sub-Comm of Judicial Review. 

Office ot Student Attorney General (Asst to the Attorney 

General), Intramural Sports 
LEEDHAM, S L., JR , Melrose, History, Lambda Chi Alpha, 

president 



LEMANSKI, FG, N Giallon, Civil Engineering, ASCE, 

Mackimmie House, treasurer 
LEOCATA, J D , Methuen, Education 
LEONARD, K M , Dalton: Nursing 
LeRAY, LA , Everett, Elem Ed 
LETOURNEAU, M T , Greenfield, French, 
LEVENSON, L , Amherst: Mass Comm : Collegian: Track 

Team: Intramurais 
LEVINE, DW, Lowell: Marketing 
LEVINE, J P , Leington: Human Development, Sigma Delta Tau: 

Deal's List 
LEVINE, SB, Natick, Phys Ed, Phi Mu Delta, athletic 

chairman, pledge master, member ot judiciary: Capt of 

Varsity Indoor and Outdoor Track Team 
LEVINGSTON, D L : Framingham: Sociology. 
LEVINS. M J : Dorchester: History 
LEVY, N M Newton, Urban Ed 



LEWIS, A L.: Sunderland, Management, Business Glut 
LEWIS, B ) , Framingham, French: French Corridor, president. 
LEWIS. N D . Kingston. N Y : M S AE Engineering. Tau Beta Pi; 

corresponding sec , ASME, vice chairman 
LEWY, 8 B , Saddle Brook, N J , Human Development Honors, 

Commonwealth Scholar, Alpha Lambda Delta: Omicron No: 

Phi Kappa Phi: Mortar Board: Belchertown Volunteers, 

president 
LIBERFARB, L 1 : Methuen, Human Development: Hillel: Outing 

Club 
LIBERTINE, LA.: Amherst, Psychology: Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

registrar, activities, song: Musicals: Revelers: SWAP. '72 
LIGAWIEC. S J . Ware, Management, Business Club: Ski Club 
LIGHTBODY, M W , Westboro, Marketing: Marketing Club: 

Business Club; Inlramurals 



247 




Stephen Limone 
Mack Loudermiich 
Karen Ludwich 
Ctaire Macdonald 
Donna Mackintosh 



Anthony Linn 
Andrea Loughry 
Richard Ludwig 
Paula Macdonald 
Cynthia MacLeod 



Michael Lipnick 
Donald Lowe 
Matthew Lupa 
Sallyanne Macdonald 
Stewart MacLeod 



Kenneth Litvin 
ianel Lucas 
Gary Lurie 
Janet MacFarland 
John Macmillan 



Laura Logan 
Wayne Lucas 
Michael Lyie 
Carol MacGregor 
Jane Macone 



Denise Lombardi 
Sandra Lucey 
Elizabeth Lynch 
Lawrence Mack 
Edward Mattel 



Claudia Lombroso 
Michael Lucivero 
Linda Lynch 
Ruth MacKay 
Michael Maggiani 



Ruth Long 

Judson Ludeking 
Roger Lynch 
Louise Mackey 
Ronald Maggiore 












LIMONE, S C ; Boxford; Political Science; Dorm Council, Cen- 
tral Area Council; Basketball; Baseball, 

LINN, A- B.; Wayland, M&AE Engineering; ASME; treasurer, 
president. 

LIPNICK, M J , Swampscott, Public Health, Predental Society; 
Student National Environmental Health Assoc, Intramurals. 

LITVIN, K. M., Frammgham, Economics; Parking Office, asst. 
to parking coordinator 

LOGAN.L.K.Hadley; Education. 

LOMBARDI, DE;Winchester,Art 

LOMBROSO, CG C , Boston; Psychology, 

LONG. R.E.; Hyde Park; Human Development; Sigma Kappa, 
activities, athletic, and scholarship chairman; Ski Club; 
Dorm Council; Exec. Council, class of 73; Becherlown 
Volunteers. 

LOUDERMILCH, M. G.; Scituate; Marketing. 

LOUGHRY, A I , Waltham, Psychology; Pro)ect 10, Belcher- 
town Volunteers, MOBE. WMPIRG. 



LOWE, D.H., Gloucester; Phys Ed. 

LUCAS, J L., Maiden; Sciology; Intramurals, Northampton 

Volunteers 
LUCAS, W, Maiden: History 
LUCEY, S I , Taunton, Geology, Alpha Lambda Delta; Marching 

Band. Concert Band, Symphony Band 
LUCIVERO, M. J , Worcester, Psychology; Oorni Counselor. 
LUDEKING, i. S.; Amesbury, Education 
LUDWICK, K I.; Sudbury. Education, Sigma Sigma Sigma, 

house manager, asst steward; Kappa Delta Pi 
LUDWIG, R M.:Oracut; Food Science. 
LUPA, M. P., Florence, Public Health 
LURIE, G S.Brookline; Finance. 
LYLE, M C. Dudley, Mathematics, Alpha Phi Gamma, The 

Sage, sports editor; Intramurals, manager 
LYNCH.E. J.,Needham, Elem.Ed. 



LYNCH, L A . Belmont, English 

LYNCH, R A, Stoughton, English, Belchertown Volunteers, 

president, NES, Counselor, Intramurals. 
MACDONALD, C, Norwell; Psychology. Marching Band. 
MACDONALD, P A , Brockton, History, Alpha Chi Omega; Greek 

Week Committee; Intramurals. 
MACDONALD, S.; Lynntield, Child Development; NES Coordi- 

nalmg Committee. 
MACFARLAND, 1 B ; Millis, Elementary Education 
MACGREGOR, C. E Bovrine; Journ. English; Dean's List, Ski 

Club; Collegian. 
MACK, L. E : Chelsea. Speech; J.F.K. Upper Athletic Chairman; 

Intramurals 
MACKAY, R A ; Arlington; Psychology. 
MACKEY, L A , Ipswich; Psychology, Scrolls; Dorm Gov't, NES 

Tutor; Counselor; Dean's List. 



MACKINTOSH, DM , Newton Centre: Fashion Marketing, Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, Rush Chairman; Ski Club; Scrolld, Sopho- 
more Class Council; DSEP, U of Hawai, Intramurals, Dean's 
List 

MACLEOD, C R, Stoneham, Elementary Urban Education; 
Dean's List 

MACLEOD, S. L, Oanvers, Microbiology; Student Automotive 
Workshop, Intramurals. 

MACMILLAN, J. C, Springfield. Mathematics; Dorm Gov't. 

MACONE, J M . Carlisle; Fashion Marketing 

MAFFEI, E J.; Clinton; Wildlife; Student Chapter of Wildlife 
Society. 

MAGGIANI, M. A ; Quincy; HRTA; Intramurls; innkeepers Club. 

MAGGIORE, R. P.; Revere; Psychology, Alpha Phi Omega, Mem 
vice-pres . Pres , Central Area Council, Dorm Govt., Sec. 
Enviornmenlal Standards Committee. 



248 




Denise Magnell 


Irene Magnuson 


James Maguire 


Kevm Maguire 


John Mahoney 


Craig Mailloux 


John Maiorano 


Victoria Major 


David Maiek 


Kathryn Malfas 


Karen Maliff 


Thomas Malinowski 


Gudrun Malinsky 


Robert Malloch 


Douglas Malloy 


Judith Malone 


Michael Maloney 


William Manburg 


Linda Mandell 


Lisa Mandell 


Robert Marchand 


John Manifold, Jr 


Victoria Manikus 


Karen Mankiis 


John Manning 


Marilyn Manoogian 


Maria Marant 


Jean Marbach 


Nancy Martin 


Paula Rae Marcotte 


Daniel Marcus 


David Marquis 


Charles Marsden 


Anne Marshall 


John Marshal! 


Elizabeth Martin 




Paul Martm 


Jacqueline Martinez 


Laurin Marx 

















MAGNELL, DA.; Fashion Journalism; Alpha Phi Gamma; 

Southwest Assembly; Student Senate, Comm. Co-ordinator; 

Coilegian, Issue Ed; Spectrum; Dean's List; Who's Who; 

Senior Committee. 
MAGNUSON, I , Arlington; Education, Modern Dance 

Workstop; Dorm Social Committee; Newman Club 
MAGUIRE, )F, Wakefield, Accounting; Theta Chi; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Karate Club, Parachute Club. 
MAGUIRE, K.J, Amherst; Management; Beta Gamma Sigma, 

Chairman Univ Apts Tenants Assoc. 
MAHONEY, J.F , Wakefield, HTLADM, Ski Club; Newman Club; 

Intramurals; Innkeeper's lub, 
MAILLOUX, C.J.; Gardner; Spanish; Heymakers Square Dance 

Club. 
MAIORANO, J.G ; Wildlife; Wildlife Society, Pres. 
MAJOR, V.A., Gloucester, Elementary Education; NES Tutor, 
MALEK, DP; Natick; Marketing, 
MALFAS, K.H , French. Alpha Lambda Delta 
MALIFF,K.L; Brewster, English 
MALIKOWSKI, T W . Chicopee; Mechanical Engineering, 



MALINSKY. G„ Marlborough; Psychology; Alpha Lambda Delta 
MALLOCH, R.D.; So. Hadley, Mechanical Engineering; Alpha 

Phi Omega, Treas.; ASME, Scuba Club. 
MALLOY, DR.; Santa Ana, Cal , Mathematics 
MALONE, J A , Sociology; NES Coordinating Committee 
MALONEY, M T ; Blackstone, Psychology 
MANBURG, WL, Wellesley Hills, .Accounting; Collegian, 

Reporter, Ad Rep , Business Manager, Program Council; 

Index; Marching Band; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi 

Alpha Phi Gamma, Phi Eta Sigma 
MANDELL, L., Hull, Elementary Education. 
MANDELL, L S., Waban, Political Science, Campus 

Center/Student Union Governing Board, vice-Chairperson; 

Student Senate, Women's Comm , Chairperson, Faculty 

Senate, Status of Women Comm.; Senior Comm.; 

Commencement Task Force, Advisory Comm. to Board of 

Trustees lor Honorary Degrees. 
MANIFOLD, JE, JR , Amherst; Marketing; Marketmg Club; 

Business Club, Fencing Club 
MANIKAS. V.A.; Haverhill; Human Development, 



MANKUS. K.B ; Northampton; Elementary Education 
MANNING. J.T.; Blue Ridge Summit. Pa.; Recreation; 

Intramurals. 
MANOOGIAN, M.L, Winchester. BDIC; Emerson House Pres, 

Equestrian Club; Scrolls. 
MARANT, M.A., Trenton, N.J , Nursing 
MARBACH, J M.; White Plains. N.Y. Therapeutic Recreation, 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; Revellers, Sec; NES. Sorority Sing; 

Sorority Dramatic Presentation, Intramurals, Recreation 

Society, 
MARCHAND, R.A., Amherst; General Business Finance; 

Business Club; Dean's List, Intramurals: Campus Center 

Program Council; Social Comm, Chairman; C.C. Craftsman's 

Guild. 
MARCOTTE, P.; Holyoke; Art. 
MARCUS, D.; Political Science; Hillel. Homecoming Program 

Council; Sophomore Concert Comm.; Class Gov't; Senior 

Comm.; Dean's List; Mass Governor's Intern; Center tor 

Outreach; NSEP, 
MAROUIS. D.B-: Leominster; Food Science. 



MARSDEN, CT.; Lowell; Animal Science; Alpha Zeta; Dorm 

Counselor 
MARSHALL, A.M.; West Roxbury; Human Development; Alptia 

Chi Omega, Chaplain, Warden, Ass't Treasurer 
MARSHALL, J, J ; Russell; Mechanical Engineering; ASME; 

Society of Automotive Engineers, Freshmen Honors Society; 

Outing Club, 
MARTIN. E.V.; Norwell; Education/History; Alpha Lambda; 

Delta, Belchertown Volunteers. 
MARTIN, N C, Natick; Education, Ski Team, Sports Reporter; 

Southwest Assembly; Revelers, Homecoming Comm.. 

Publicity Co-chairman. 
MARTIN, P F.; Environmental Design, Alpha Zeta; Counselor; 

Peer Sex Ed. Counselor; Intramurals. 
MARTINEZ, J,M-; Worcester; Psychology; Central Housing 

Comm. 
MARX, L.L.; North Attleboro; Elementary Education; Sigma 

Kappa. 



249 




Janet Mason 


Mary IVlason 


Elaine Massery 


Ronald Massicotte 


Robert Mastromatteo 


Margo Mastropien 


Mark Matasavage 


Susan Malathia 


John Mattsen 


Leonard Matuza 


Edwin Matysiewicz 


Charles Mavrelion 


Joseph Mawn 


Paula Maxim 


Jodi Maxner 


Anne Mayer 


Christine Maynard 


Barbara Mayo 


Peter Mazzapica 


John Mazzeo 


Michael McBnde 


Maureen McBrien 


Richard McCabe 


Susan McCallum 


Anne McCarthy 


Barbara McCarthy 


Edward McCarthy 


Francis McCarttiy 


Robert McCarthy 


Florine McClary 


John McCloskey 


Patrick McCrystal 


Peter McDonald 


Paula MacOonald 


Sally MacDonald 


Frank McDonougti 


David McDougall 


Reginald McDowell 


John McElhenny 


Paul McGeltnck 




MASON, J F , Newton Highlands, Human Development, Dorm 
Council, Newman Glut, Dean's List 

MASON. M I , Slurbridge; Dietetics, and Institutional Adm . 
Dean's List, Dorm Counselor, Area Gov't Rep 

MASSERY, E M , Great Barrington Sociology, Coalition for En- 
vironmental Quality 

MASSICOTTE, R C , Lowell, BDIC, Student Video, Pres , WTOV 

MASTROMATTEO, R I West Sprmgtield, Finance 

MASTROPIERI, MA , Medfield; Education 

MATASAVAGE, MA , Waterbury. Economic and Business 
Researcli: Ttieta Chi, Treas , Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa 
Phi 

MATATHIA, S , No Dartmouth: English 

MATTSEN, I F , Sunderland, Marketing, Intramurals 

MATUZA, L A , Morrisville, Pa . Elementary Education 



MATYSIEWICZ, EJ, Sunderland, Mechanical Engineering 
Student Senate, Student Itnion Governing Board 

MAVRELION, C I , Sloughlon, Plant and Soil Science: Alpha Phi 
Omega: Greek Orthodoi Club, Outing Club, Dorm Cultural 
Chairman, Editor ot Dorm Newspaper 

MAWN, t B , Management, Business Club 

MAXIM,PK, English 

MAXNER, I , Greenfield, Psychology 

MAYER, A K, Winchester, Sociology 

MAYNARD, C N , Lowell, Sociology, Dorm Social Committee 

MAYO,B L East Orleans, Art, Peel 10 

MAZZAPICA, PI, Brighton, Hislory 

MAZZEO. ) t , Piltsfield, Human Development 

MCBRfDE. tfi L . Marketing. Marketing Club. Intramurals 



McBRIEN. M . Norfolk. Geology: Sigma Sigma Sigma. Resident 

Asst , Gorman 
MCCABE, R I , Rouses Point, N Y : History 
MCCALLUM S , Norlhamglon, Human Development 
MCCARTHY, A S , lamica Plain, Nulnlion 
MCCARTHY, B , Warren, Human Development 
MCCARTHY, El IR , Medford: Sociology. 
MCCARTHY, F W JS Dedham: Economics, Zela Nu, Rugby 

Cluo, Dean's List, NOORE 
MCCARTHY, R A, Zoology 
MCCLARY, F , New Haven, Conn : Education 
MCCLOSKEY, ) F , Stewart Manor, N V : Chemicaf Engineering 
MCCRYSTAt, P t , Chicopee, Forestry 
MCDONALD, P C , Amherst, tournafism: Univ Year for Action, 



Dean's List, Coalition for Environmental Quality 
MACDONALD, P A , Brockton, Hislory, Alpha Chi Omega, Greek 

Week Committee, Intramurals 
MACDONALD, S, Lynnlield: Child Development: N,E,S,: 

Coordinating Committee 
MCDONOUGH, Ft, Manchester, Political Science, Orchard 

Hill Area Gov't, vice-Pres , Pi Sigma Alpha 
MCDOUGALL, 0): Byheld, History, Centeral Area Council: 

Lacrosse 
MCDOWELL, R R , While River Id , VI , HRTA, Dorm Counselor: 

Counselor Training Comm : Inframurafs, Coaching 
MCELHENNY. I F : Watertown. Sociology. Intramurals 
MCGETTRICK. Pt . Springfield. Accounting: Beta Kappa Phi: 

Accounting Club 



250 




Christine McGrath 
Margaret McKoan 
Christine McQuillan 
Kenneth Mello 
Bruce Meyer 



Janice McGrath 
Jeanne McLaughlin 
Janice McVansh 
Carl Merrick 
Susan Michael 



Pauline McGrath 
John McLaughlin 
Michael McWilliams 
Stephen Merrill 
Peter Michael en ko 



Anne McGrory 
Michael McMahon 
Constance Meakin 
Stephen Messier 
Frederick Michaels 



Paul McKallagat 
Margaret McManus 
Lynne Meaner 
Joseph Messina 
Margaret Micka 



Patricia McKenzie 
Maureen McManus 
Edwin Meek 
Anthony Metaias 
Edward Mieczkowski 



Kathleen McKinnon 
Barbara McNamara 
Oavid Melanson 
James Metha 
Thomas Mikolaycik 



Lawrence McKittrick 
Patricia McNamara 
Nicolene Mele 
Paul Methot 
Neal Milden 




MCGRATH, C L , Wmthrop; Elementary Education, lota Gamma 

Upstlon, Treas , Rush Chairman, Kappa Delia Pi 
MCGRATH, J M , Wakefield; German, Junior Year in Freiburg; 

Tutoring 
MCGRATH, P F.: West Newton; Sociology. 
MCGRORY, A.M.; Wayland; History; Alpha Chi Omega, 

Historian 
MCKALLAGAT, PH.; Lawrence; Psychology, Alpha Sigma Phi, 

Student Senate; Newman Club. 
MCKENZIE, PL.; Winctiester; Retailing. Deans List; Magna 

Cum Laude 
MCKINON, KO , Amherst; Psychology/Sociology 
MCKITTRICK, L.G , Andover, Management, Management Club 
MCKOAN, PA ; North Grafton, Recreation 
MCLAUGHLIN, JE, Braintree. Elementary Education, Kappa 

Delta Pi; Historian Recorder, Ski Club 
MCLAUGHLIN, J.F. JR.; Northampton. Education. 



MCMAHON, MR.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Management, Phi Sigma 

Kappa, Treas., vice-Pres , Greek Council; Phi Sigma Kappa, 

Housing Corp. Rep 
MCMANUS, M.A.; Fitchburg; Elementary Education, 

Intramurals. ' 
MCMANUS, M E , Wellesley, Elementary Education 
MCNAMARA, B.A ; Sheffield, Recreational Therapy, Ski Club, 

Dorm Counselor. Belchertown and Northampton Volunteer. 

Natl Ski Patrol, Intramurals 
MCNAMARA, PA, Fo.boro. English, JOE. 
MCQUILLAN, C A , Norwood, English, Alpha Chi Omega 
MCVARISH, J M , Canton, Psychology, lota Gamma Upsilon, 

JOE; Boltwood Program. Senior Committee 
MCWILLIAMS. MR ; Millon, Mass Communications. Pi Lambda 

Phi, Sec . Intramurals, Collegian, WMUA, Ski Club; CEQ 
MEAKIN. C L , Groton, English, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Public 

Relations Chairman. Dean's List 



MEANOR, L.F ; West Boylston; Elemenlary Education 

MEEK. E F.; Milton, English; Spectrum, Editor-m-Chiet; Honors 

Program. Intramurals; Undergraduate Education Council. 
MELANSON, DL, Reading; Accounting; Accounting Assoc, 

Pres.; Beta Gamma Sigma, vice-Pres. 
MELE, N M , Pittsfield, Elementary Education, Kappa Delta Pl 
MELLO, KJ.;P(e-Dental 
MERRICK, CG, Amherst, HRTA 
MERRILL, S A , Seekonk, Civil Engineering, ASCE 
MESSIER, S.A, North Atlleboro, Anthropology, Tau Epsilon 

Phi; Steward; CEQ, Outing Club, Intramurals 
MESSINA, J.C, Methuen, Political Science 
METAXAS, A M , Greenfield, Anthropology, Orthodox Club, 

Undergraduate Anthropology Committee, Co-chairman 
METHE, J.E.; Springfield, Political Science; Sigma Phi Epsilon; 

Golf Team, Students lor McGovern 
METHOT, P.R-, Fall River, Animal Science; Curriculum 



Committee 
MEYER, 8 J , New York, N Y.; History; Sigma Alpha Mu. Pres.; 

Dorm Gov'l, Senator 
MICHAEL, S C , Amherst; Environmental Design; Ski Club 
MICHALENKO, P.J.Adams; Finance. 
MICHELS, FJ, JR, Wilmington, Del; Chemical Engineering; 

Ski Club; ALChE, Varsity Lacrosse. 
MICKA, M L , Easlhampton, Human Development; Alpha 

Lambda Delta. Mortor Board. Gamma Sigma Sigma; House 

Gov't. Southwest Assembly. Dorm President 
MIECZKOWSKi, EH , Montague, Animal Science. 
MIKOLAYCIK, T.J, East Douglas; Political Science; Newman 

Club, Parachutmg Club. 
MILDEN, N.K., Norwood, Hotel Adm ; Sigma Alpha Mu. 

Steward, Ritual Chairman. Revelers, Treasurer. 



251 




Abbey Miller 


Debofali Miller 


Eunice Miller 


James Miller 


John Miller 


Thomas Mills 


John Mims 


Nancy Miner 


Diane Mirante 


Michael Mitchell 


Roberta Mitctiell 


Sally Mitchell 


Pamela Modim 


Wendy Moffjtt 


Pamela Molennor 


Virginia Mondellb 


Linda MonMey 


Anne Montana 


Gloria Montgomery 


Karen Mooney 


Joanne Moordian 


Charles Moore 


Grace Moore 


Mary Moore 


Edward Moran 


Joanne Moran 


William Moran 


Patricia Moravec 


Stephen Morganelli 


Edward Monarty 


Dennis Uorin 


Elaine Monn 


George Monn 


Sandra Monn 


Dawn Morrill 


David Morse 


Kenneth Morse 


Edna Moses 


Richard Moulton 


Jams Movsesian 








MILLER, A.L , Framingham Ctr.; English 

MILLER, D.B , Brockton. Psychology, Northampton Volunteers, 

Psychology Club. CUSP; Dean's List 
MILLER, E.Chelsea, Education; Hillel 
MILLER, J M , Florence, Zoology; Swim team. 
MILLER, J A.. Glendaie. Mathematics, Intramurals 
MILLS. T.V; . South Berlin; Forestry; Alpha Zeta, Xi Sigma Pi . 
NIMS, J.D.;Amhersl, Mechanical Engineering 
MINER, N C.Belmont. Psychology. 
MIRANTE, D, North Adams; Sociology; NES Tutoring; 

Westfield Volunteer 
MITCHELL, MB ; Hattield; Computer Systems Engineering; 

Dean's List. BEEP Conference Winner, IEEE. 
MITCHELL, RA.. Holden, Elementary Education, Kappa Delta 

Pt, Intramurals; Boltwood Program, Volunteer. Supervisor 
MITCHELL, S.L.; Hatfield; Agriculture and Food Economics; 

Dean's List. 



MOOLIN, PF, Roxbury, Elementary Education; Student 

Executive Board, CCEBS, Alro-Am Society; Orchard Hill 

Screening Comm, 
MOFFin, W.A., Milltown, N J . Chemistry, Phi Beta Kappa. 
MOLENNOR. PA.. Mars. Pa , Mathematics; Gamma Sigma 

Sigma, Treas., Alpha Lambda Delta, Student Senate; 

Academics Affairs, Orchard Hill Program Comm,; Phi Beta 

Kappa, 
MONDELLO, V J., Watertown, Elementary Education, 
MONKLEY, L L , Worcester. Psychology 
MONTANA, A M , Roslindale. Elementary Education; Nat'l 

Student Exchange Program. 
MONTGOMERY, GC. Brooklyn, NY., Early Childhood, 

Collegian, Third World Alliance; Steering Comm New Africa 

House; Drum 
MOONEY, K,A , Belmont; Animal Science. 
MOORADIAN. J , Salem; Mathematics. NafI Student Exchange 



Program, Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Program. Fine Arts 

Council; Armenian Club, Dance Club, 
MOORE, C,J,, Beverly; Electrical Engineering; Alpha Phi 

Omega, Historian. Executive Secretary. 
MOORE, GL,, Georgetown, Guyana, S.A,, Accounting, 

Accounting Glut) 
MOORE, ML.. Sunderland, English. 
MORAN, E.I , Framingham, Psychology, 
MORAN, JA, Chicopee. English, Patterson Social Committee, 

Belchertown Volunteer. 
MORAN, W.G., Hicksville, NY.; Mechanical Engineering; Phi 

Mu Delta, ASME; Fine Arls Council, Varsity Crew Team, 

Captain, Intramurals 
MORAVEC, PM,, Hingham; Education. Alpha Chi Omega, 

House Manager, Greek Council Service Comm.; Senior 

Comm,; NES, Intramurals 
MORGANELLI. S.D., Canton. Zoology. Newman Club. 



MORIARTZ. E.J , Holyoke; Sociology; Southwest Assembly; 

Spanish Club; Intramurals; Tutoring. 
MORIN, D.C; Northampton, Wildlife Biology; Alpha Zeta; Xi 

Sigma Pi, Wildlife Society 
MORIN, EA , Chicopee, Human Development 
MORIN, G.A., Leverett; Forestry, Alpha Zeta, Scuba Club, 
MORIN, S,C, Grafton; Human Development; Powder Puff 

Football, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta 
MORRILL. D K , SahslJury, Psychology 
MORSE, DE, Worcester; Geology, 
MORSE, K.I,; Shrewsbury; Political Science, Dorm Counselor; 

SIMS, Honors Program, 
MOSES, E L , Springfield; Home Economics 
MOULTON, R.A., Danhury, Conn,, Wildlife Biology, Alpha Zeta, 

Xi Sigma Pi; Football, Freshman, Varsity 
MOVSESIAN, JG, Lynnfield; Fashion Marketing; Alpha Chi 

Omega. Corresponding Sec,, Intramurals 



252 




Jeanne Moy 
Gail Mumford 
Constance Murphy 
Kathryn Muzyka 
Stanley Ndorakaarusoke 



Susan Moynitian 
George Mumford 
Patricia Murphy 
Jane NahigianEr 
Ronald Neal 



Jeanne Mula 
Joanne Munroe 
Paul Murphy 
Shelley Nanes 
Sheryl Neiger 



Deborah Uullarhey 
Steven Murawski 
William Murphy 
Janice Nargi 
William Neighbor 



Janice Mullen 
Ellen Murley 
Catherine Murray 
Bethany Naseck 
Carl Nelson 



Leah Mullen 
Ann Murphy 
Daniel Murray 
Efic Natti 
Cynthia fjetson 



Thomas Mullen 
Barbara Murphy 
Ellen Murray 
Kristin Naugler 
Stephen Nelson 



Marsha Mullin 
Bruce Murphy 
Craig Musselman 
Terry Naylor 
Virginia Newell 




MOY, J ; Worcester, Psychology 

MOYNIHAN, S M ; New Providence, NJ.; Education. Alpha Chi 

Omega, Omicron Nu. 
MULA, J. M.; History 
MULLARKEY, D M , Ashland; Elementary Education, Tau Beta 

Sigma; Marching Band Feature Twirler; Concert Band 
MULLEN, I A , Rutland, Sociology; Northampton Volunteers. 
MULLEN, L.F,, Weymouth, Fashion Merchandising 
MULLEN, T.K.; Schenectady, NY . Marketing, Football 
MULLIN, MJ.; Concord, History; Sk; Club; Student Exchange 

to Illinois State Univ 
MUMFORD, G.E , Lanesbofd, Nursmg; Nursing School Comm 
MUMFORD, G.T.; Boston; Accounting; SBA Deans Advisory 

Comm. 
MUNROE, J M , Wakefield, Human Development, Chi Omega; 

Belchertown Volunteer, Dean's List; Ski Club. 
MURAWSKI, S.A., Northampton, Fisheries Biology. 
MURLEY, E T, Worcester; Education, Alpha Lambda Delta. 



MURPHY. A.M.; Westwood; History; Dorm Council; Dorm 

Counselor; Intramurals, 
MURPHY. BJ. Lowell, Education, Kappa Delta Pi; NES 

Tutoring, Fitchburg Exchange Program 
MURPHY, B.A, Abmgton, Political Science; Phi Beta Kappa; 

Phi Eta Stgma, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Exec 

Comm., Delia Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, Adelphia, Univ 

Debate Union Treas , Chess Club, Political Science 

Undergrad. Studies Comm , Who's Who 
MURPHY, C E , Fall River, Recreation, IQA Social Comm ; NES; 

Recreation Society, Intramurals, Dean's List. 
MURPHY, PA.; Dedham; Human Development, Belchertown 

Volunteer, Intramurals 
MURPHY, PR; Boston, Political Science, Rugby Club, Senior 

Committee; House, Councelor, Pres , Sec , Treas 
MURPHY, W A , Lexington; Management. 
MURRAY, C A ; Andover, Elementary Education; Dorm Council; 

Student Run Snack Bar. 



MURRAY. DW.,Wayland. History 

MURRAY, EM.; Wellesley; Med-tech. Pi Beta Phi, Rush 

Chairman, Scuba Club, Operetta Guild. 
MUSSELMAN, C.N; Glen Ellyn, III., Civil Engineering; Tau 

Epsilon Phi, Pres., Treas. 
MUZYKA, K.A , Leominster: History 
NAHIGIAN, 1 E.; Concord; Music, Dean's List; Small Ensemble, 

Marching Band, Props Crew; Symphony Orchestra; Jazz 

Workshop, MENC, secretary 
NANES, S., Maiden: BFA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board, 

treasurer. Student Art Assoc, president 
NARGI, I.M.; Milford; Elem. Ed, Precisionetles, Student 

Senate: Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Counselor: NES Tutoring. 
NASECK, B.S., Peabody; Mathematics, Sigma Delta Tau, 

corresponding secretary, asst. treasurer, pledge president; 

Arcon: Bollwood Volunteer; Dean's List; HJIIet; Ski Club, 

NES: Mortar Board; Library Asst; Tutor 
NATTI, E.W; W Springfield; Forestry; Chi Sigma Pi. 



NAUGLER, K.L; Hamilton; Botany. 

NAYLOR, T.M., Springfield; Ed. Media; Yahoo. 

NDORAKAARUSOKE, S.C, Uganda; Chemistry, 

NEAL, R.T , Woburn; Psyctiology, Beta Kappa Phi; social 

chairman, Revellers, 
NEiGER, S.A.; Newton Centre: Spanish; Madrid Summer 

Seminar; Spanish Club, secretary; Derm Govt., secretary; 

Undergrad Rep. to Spanish Dept. Personnel Comm., NES; 

Dean's List, 
NEIGHBOR, W.A.; Streator, III.; Quant. Methods. 
NELSON, C.J,; Ipswich; Psychology: Teaching Asst. m 

Psychology: Residence Counselor 
NELSON. C ).; Hanson; Elem. Ed., Floor Counselor. 
NELSON. SP.: N. Reading, Entomology; Varsity Gymnastics 

Team 
NEWELL. V.A,, Westwood: Nursing: Aikido Club, treasurer. 



253 




LorinaNewhall 


Anthony Ng 


Jeanne Nicolosi 


Carolyn Nightingale 


Ronald Niquette 


Frances Niro 


Cathy Norden 


Patricia Norkunas 


Richard Norman 


Peter O'Connell 


Charles Norris 


Katherine Novick 


Robin Nussbaum 


Karen Nyzio 


Bruce O'Brien 


Marybeth O'Brien 


Marybeth O'Brien 


Paul O'Donnell 


Sheila O'Connell 


Richard O'Coin 


Andrea O'Connor 


Clayton O'Connor 


ioan O'Connor 


Kathleen O'Donnell 


Mary O'Donnell 


Richard Oliver 


Charles O'Dowd 


Thomas Ogle 


Veronica O'Grady 


Janice O'Keefe 


Alan Okun 


Glenn Olcersl 


Claudia Oliver 




Ann O'Leary 


John Olsen 


Susan Olson 


Christine Ollhoff 


Kevin O'Malley 


Elizabeth Orloski 




NtWHALL. LA-, Wellesley, English, Freshman Class, vice 

president. Dorm Counselor: SIMS 
NG, A , Brookline: Psychology 
NICOLOSI, J M , Eyeretl, Theatre: Pi Beta Phi, vice presidenl. 

Student Senate: Revellers 
NIGHTINGALE, CA, Amherst, History, Marching Band, tea- 

tured twirler. Dorm Counselor: NES- 
NIQUETTE, R R,; Southbridge, Astronomy 
NIRO, F A,: Milford: Elem Ed . Kappa Delta Pi, NES 
NORDEN, C E., Beverly, Elem Ed , Belchertown Volunteer, 

Dean's isl: Dorm President, Dorm Council, Area Council, 

Musigals, Reverllers 
NORKUNAS, PA., Bedford, Mathematics, Kappa Kappa 

Gamma, assl registrar, membership comm , scholarship 

comm , sunshine comm , Newman Club. Deans List, Dorm 

Governor: NES, Sorority Sing 
NORMAN, RA, Marblehead, Psychology, Phi Eta Sigma, 

Commonwealth Scholar, Volunteer, Northampton State 



Hospital: Volunteer, Westtield Detention Center, 

Intramurals 
NORRIS, C W , Westhampton, Geography, Dean's List 
NOVICK, K , AmhersI, Education: Kappa Delta Pi 
NUSSBAUM, R M , AmhersI, Human Development 
NVZIO, K A , Attleboro, Child Development 
O'BRIEN, B M : Sunderland, Environ Design: "Patience is the 

key lo success It's worth it'" 
O'BRIEN, M B , Pittsileld, English, 
O'BRIEN, M B , Milloh, Sociology 
O'CONNELL, P R , Weymouth, Sociology 
O'CONNELL, S M , Fitchburg, Women's Phys Ed 
O'COIN, RW, Amherst, Physical Ed 
O'CONNOR, A M , N Andover, Elem Ed , Kappa Alpha Theta, 

vice president 
O'CONNOR, C R, S Yarmouth, Natural Resource Studies: CEQ, 

treasurer. Outing Club, Scut)a Club 
O'CONNOR 1 M : Worcester. Pre-Med 



O'DONNELL, K,S : Ashheld: Sociology 

O'DONNELL, M J , Peabody: Human Development, Dorm 

Counselor 
O'DONNELL, P R , Revere: Amer. History: Dean's Lisl: Lacrosse 

Team, Intramurals 
O'DOWD, CW , W Halheld, Art Ed & Anthropology: Student 

Senate: Anthto Club: Married Student Housing Comm : 

Vice-Chancellor's Search Comm, NAEA, vice-president. 

Intaglio, managing ec): Student Senate Sub-Comm , 

Basketball Mgr , Buttertield Limes 
OGLE, TJ,Braintree, Amer History 
O'GRADV, V, Fall River, Public Health, Student Automotive 

Workshop 
O'KEEFE, J B , Peabody, Dance: Univ Dancers 
OKUN,A,E,Springtield, Marketing 
OLCERST, G M , Amherst, English Honors. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi 

Eta Sigma. Summa Cum Laude. Commonwealth Honors 

Scholar, Univ Honors Program, Dean's List 



OLIVER C,F , Middleboro: Leisure Studies 8 Services: Concert 

Band, Symphony Band: Dean's List, Recreation Society, 

Intramurals 
OLIVER RW , Gloucester: Elem Ed , Intramurals 
O'LEARY, AM, Andover, Elem. Ed 
OLSEN, JA:Holyoke, History 
OLSON, SL, Rochester: NY, Nursing. 
OLTHOFF, C E , Amherst, Sociology, Collegian: Dean's List. 
O'MALLEY. KP. N Egiemonl: Marketing; Dorm Athletic 

Chairman. Business Club. Marketing Club: Judo Club, 

Collegian Ad Rep, National Ski Patrol 
ORLOSKI, E,I,S Deertield, Education, 



254 




sterling Orr, Hi 


Charles Orlolani 


Linda Ortoleva 


Carolyn Osborn 


Randall Osuch 


David Ouellette 


Richard Page 


Paula Pagliocca 


Dana Paige 


Mark Palau 


Walter Palasz 


Bonnie Palka 


Caren Palmer 


Joanne Palmer 


Barbara Palmieri 


Susan Palter 


Debra Panetti 


Salvalore Pangallo 


Joyce Pangburn 


Frances Panzica 


Karm Paoletti 


Anestis Papadopoulos 


Mary Papineau 


Lois Parascand 


Andrew Paraskos 


Joseph Parent 


Lynn Pans 


Thomas Parisi 


Norman Parker 


Shelley Parker 


James Parks 


Marcia Parks 


Daniel Parneil 


Ttiomas Parneil 


Linda Parrella 


JoAnn Pasco 


Man Lynn Patrick 


Kathryn Patryn 


Howard Pearlman 


Janel Pearlman 




ORR. S A. Ill; longmeadow; HistOfy; Rugby Club; Univ Chorus. 
ORTOLANI. C.l . JR. Revere; Psychology; Inttamurals. 

Northampton Volunteers. Action Lab al Northamplon tail; 

Community Mental Health 
ORTOtEVA. LG E.; Piltslield; French. French Corridor; Italian 

Club, organizer; Member ot Foreign Student Club. 
OSBORN. CI.; Adon; Elem Ed , Scrolls; Kappa Delta Pi; 

Women's Choir 
OSUCH. R.W.. New Bedford; Civil Engineering - Pre-Dentat 

Dean's List; Tau Beta Phi. recording secretary; Ph; Eta 

Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. ASCE; Liason Comm. 
OUELLEnE. DP.; Ludlow; Political Science, Soccer, capt. 

MVP 
PAGE. R.J.; Chicopee; Mathematics 
PAGtIOCCA. P M.; Allston; Reading Education and Urbar. 

Sludies 
PAIGE. D.W,; So Hadley; Political Science; Commonweallh 

Scholar Program. Pi Sigma Alpha; Univecsily Year for 

Action 



PALAU. MA.; Elmonl. NY . Physical Education, Kappa Sigma. 

Sec ; Varsity Football and Baseball 
PALASZ. W J . Chicopee. Physical Educalion 
PALKA. B M , Lynnfield. Political Science; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Sec ; Pi Sigma Alpha; International Club. Head of Residence 

Selection Committee; Dorm Counselor; SWAP; ESL Tutor; 

Holyoke Tutorial. Foreign Students' Orientation; 

Intramurals 
PALMER. C S . Newton Centre; Psychology 
PALMER, i , Needham, Interior Design. Tri Sigma, Interior 

Design Club; Dean's List. Intramurals 
PALMIERI. BA.; Reading; English; Sigma Kappa. Recording 

Sec . Rush Chairman; Mortar Board. Alpha Lambda Delta 

Patriots 
PALTER. S E , West Roibury; Elementary Education. NES Tutor; 

Kappa Delta Pi 
PANEni.DC.Pittsfield; English 
PANGALLO, S D ; Harrison, NY; Physical Education; Phi Mu 



Delta; Frosh Football; Intramurals. Bowiing Team; Dean's 

List 
PANGBURN. J. A; Lawrence; Elementary Education; Kappa 

Delta Pi; NES Tutor 
PANZICA. F.M ; Northampton; Human Development. 
PAOLETTI. K L . Needham; Elementary Education 
PAPADOPOULOS. A.P; Athens. Greece; Civil Engineering; 

Dean's List 
PAPINEAU. M.; Worcester; Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, 
PARASCAND, L,A,; Elementary Education, 
PARASKOS, A,J; Lowell; History, Indei, Fine Arts Editor; 

Southwest Patriot, NES; Dean's List 
PARENT, J,P„ Holyoke; Sociology 
PARIS, LM, Pittslield; Elementary Education, NES Tutor; 

Northampton State Hospital Volunteer, 
PARISI, T,A, Newton. Psychology 
PARKER. N I . Cheshire; Psychology. Dorm Counselor. 

Treasurer. Environmental Standards Committee, 



Intramurals 
PARKER. S.K ; Springfield; Communication Disorders. Speech 

Club. Sec- 
PARKS. J A . Dorchester; Industrial Engineer; Black Scientist 

Society. Co-Director 
PARKS. MA; Maynard. English; Gamma Sigma Sigma, Service 

vicePres . Pledgemother. Treas . Historian; Intercollegiate 

Softball; Intramurals 
PARNELL. D.E.;HRTA. PiLambdPhi 
PARNELL. T M.; Holyoke. History; Pi Lambda Phi. 
PARRELLA. L C ;Watertown. Education 
PASCO. J M.. Oswego. N Y . Elementary Education 
PATRICK. M J . Westboro; Teitiles Design. International Club. 
PATRYN, K,M ; Pittslield, Human Development, 
PEARLMAN, H,l,; Brighton, Anthropology 
PEARLMAN, J S,; Chelmsford; Political Science; Pi Sigma 

Alpha; Student Senate; University Women. Chairman Career 

Planning Subcommittee 



255 




William Peck 


■nflarcel Pelissier 


Kathleen Pendergast 


Anthony Pendleton 


Deborah Pepyne 


Margaret Pereira 


David Perkins 


John Perkins 


Lynda Perley 


Charles Pernaa 


Ronald Perras 


Pamela Perry 


Christine Persson 


Barbara Peskor 


James Peters 


Beverly Peterson 


Richard Pfeiffer 


David Phiihps 


Gary Phillips 


Joanne Pickul 


Walter Piela 


Ellen Pierce 


Robert Pierpont 


Kathleen Pietrovrek 


Francis Pi|ar 


Nancy Pike 


Stanley Piknick 


Christine Pi kul 


Maryann Pilus 


Linda Pinaro 


Cynthia Pine 


Joanne Pismi 


Richard Pitera 


Peter Piusz 


Roberl Plaisance 


Michael Polakoff 


Floralee Poiansky 


Richard Pollak 


John Polo 


George Pomakis 








PECK, W R., Springfield, Zoology 

PELISSIER, M R , Monson; French 

PENDERGAST, KM, Framingham; Psychology: Rappa Kappa 

Gamma; Dean's List, Sludenl Senate, Rents and Fees 

Committee, Intramurals 
PENDLETON, A, Haverhill, Sociology: Track Team, Captain: 

Black Drama Club 
PEPYNE, D L , Ashfield: Human Deselopmenl. Chi Omega, 

Sec , Alpha Lambda Delta: Dean's List: Secretary oi Class of 

•73, SWAP 
PEREIRA. MR: Fall River; Spanish; lota Gamma Upsilon, 2nd 

vice-Pres , Activities Chairman 
PERKINS, D L , Sociolojy: Outing Club; Dorm Gov't: Co-chair- 
man Funny Farm Deam Factory, Health Services Advisory 

Board 
PERKINS, J F : Bedford; History 
PERLEY. L M , Rowley: Elementary Education; Intramurals; JOE 



Program 
PERNAA, CE, Ashby; Forestry 

PERRAS, R.G.; Easlhampton. Accounting: Accounting Assoc 
PERRY, PA; Fairhaven, English, Collegian Photographer 
PERSSON, CG, Brockton. English 
PESKOR, B A, Turners Falls, English 
PETERS, J I , Manlins, N Y , Marketing, PMD. 
PETERSON, B J , Worcester: Sociology, Dean's List, 

Northampton Volunteers 
PFEIFFER, RF ; HRTA: Intramurals; Dean's List 
PHILLIPS. D R. Watertown. Sociology, Intramurals 
PHILLIPS, G R ; Watertown, Sociology 
PICKUL, J M , Ipswich, English, Gamma Sigma Sigma; Doim 

Counselor; Mortar Board 
PIELA, W W . West Springfield. Industrial Engineer 
PIERCE, E.G.; Webster; fHarketing: Market Club, Northampton 

Volunteers. 



PIERPONT. RA, Plant and Soil Science: Alpha Zeta, 

Intramurals 
PIETROWSKI, K E , South Easton; Nursing 
PItAR, F J.; Springfield: Mathematics, Dorm ludicary 
PIKE, N J , Andover, History; Intership in Student Dev , 

Freshman Orientation Counselor, Head: Dorm Counselor, 

Fresh Follow-up Program; ACE Study Comm. 
PIKNICH. SE. Hyannis; Management; Intramurals; 

Management Club 
PIKUL. CA. Palmer; Drama and Dance Therapy. Boltwood 

Volunteer. Student Council 
PILUS. M K , Essex tunction. Vt . Med Tec, Intramurals, Dorm 

Committee 
PINARO. L , Lowell; Textiles and Clothing; American Home 

Economics Assoc . Sports 
PINE. CE. Springfield: Political Science/Economics. Junior 

Achievement. Speaker; Girls' Club: Phi Sigma Alpha; 



Chorale, Dorm Gov't 
PISINI, J E , Franklin; Education 
PITERA, R D , Fall River; History. Newman Club. History Club: 

Accounting Club; Intramurals; Dean's List 
PIUSZ, P G , Longmeadow; Chemistry 
PLAISANCE, R L.; Political Science, Tau Epsilon Phi 
POLAKOFF. MJ. Brookline. Mathematics. Freshman 

Basketball and Baseball 
POLANSKY. F , Aesthtics for the Ejceptional Child. Action Lab; 

Melville Coffeehouse; Bluewall Coffeehouse. Mistress of 

Ceremonies: Guitar Colloquium leachei; Intramurals. 
POLLAK. RA , Springfield: Psychology, Maroon Keys; 

Commonwealth Scholar: Golf Team: Northampton 

Volunteer, Waikiki Drug CImic: Ski Club, Eichange Student 

at U of Hawaii 
POLO, J A,, Greenfield, Physics; Scoha Club. 
POMAKIS, G.M.: Lynn. Plant and Soil Science. 



256 




Thomas Pontes 
Sally Powell 
James Pryles 
Donna Quint 
Sandra Ramsay 



MaryAnn Poremija 
Robert Pratt 
Linda Pula 
Ronald Rabidou 
Diana Ransom 



Alan Porfert 
Catherine Premerlani 
Thaddeus Pula 
Dean Radm 
David Rapp 



Deborah Porter 
Cynttiia Price 
Hope Pulde 
James Radziewicz 
William Rapp 



Elizabeth Portnoy 
Drew Price 
James Putnam 
Carol Radzik 
Judith Ratia 



Mariorie Posner 
Annemarie Pnoriello 
Mark Pywell 
Abbas -All Rahmani 
Brenda Rau ' 



Russell Potak 
Sharon Procyk 
Raymond Quesne! 
Joan Rakosky 
Robert Raucci 



Ross Potter 
John Prybyto 
Stephen Quigley 
Lois Ramey 
Gene Rauhala 















PONTES. T.E.. Fall River; Economics; Theta Chi, 

POREMBA, M.T.; Lowell; Speech; Sigma Alpha Eta 

PORFERT, A R,. Norwood. Psychology, Newman Club, 

Gredadiers: Northampton Volunteer 
PORTER, J , Northampton, Education 
PORTNOY. E A ; New Bedlord, Education . 
POSNER, M E., Northampton: Sociology. 
POTAK, RR, Pittstield. Arl 
POTTER, R.W , Scituale; Speech, WMUA. 
POWELL, SA., New Haven, Conn, Distributive Education; 

Orchard Hill Student Senate; NewAtnca Chorus. 
PRATT, R.K.; Norwood, English, Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer. 
PREMERLANI, CM, Pittstield, Elementary Education, Kappa 

Alpha Theta, Panhellemc Rep, Athletic Chairman. Kappa 

Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Cheerleader. 
PRICE, CD., Wellesley; Public Health, Univ. and State 



Communication — media Chairwoman; SWAP; Head of 

Residence Selection Committee; Sports 
PRICE, D. 
PRIORIELLO, A., Franklin; Elementary Education, Dorm Sec, 

Dorm Pres; Precisionettes 
PROCYK, S.A.; Waltham, Human Development, Inlramurals. 
PRYBYLO, J A , Longmeadow; Zoology 
PRVLES, J.K.; Rockland, Zoology, Ski Club, Outmg Ctub; Dorm 

Gov't 
PULA, L.K.; Holyoke; Elementary Education 
PULA, T,J., Holyoke; Personnell Industrial Relations 
PULDE, H.L, Worcester, Human Development, NES Tutor: 

Belchertown Volunteer, inlramurals. 
PUTMAN, J.N., II; Soulhwick, Agricultural Economics Latin 

American Studies, House Council, House Judiciary 
PYWELL, M.R., Canton, Environmental Design, Ski Club; Scuba 



Club, 
QUESNEL. R.D.. So. Hadley, Accounting, Accounting Club. 

Intramural Bowling 
QUIGLEY, S.P.: Belmont, Geography, UMass Geographical 

Society; Collegian. 
QUINT, D.L., Quincy: Political Science; Dorm Gov't, Ski Club. 
RABIDOU, R.E.; Holden; History. 
RADIN, D.I.: Springfield; Electrical Engineering, IEEE; Tau Beta 

Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, vice-Pres ; University Orchestra, 

Concertmaster; SIMS: University String Quarlet 
RADZIEWICZ, JR.: Brunswick, Me; Hotel, Restaurant, Travel 

Adm : Alpha Zeta, Social Chairman. 
RADZIK, C.A: South Grafton; Art. 
RAHMANI, A.; Amherst; Civil Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha 

Nu Omega; ASCI 
RAKOSKY, J E.; Methuen; Personnel Management; Lambda Del- 



ta Phi, House Manager, Treasurer; Chorale; Dean's List; 

Greek Judiciary. 
RAMEY, L.J.; East Longmeadow; Psychology 
RAMSAY, S.; Wakefield: English; Dorm Counselor; Dorm 

Cultural Committee. 
RANSOM, D.H.; Amherst; Music; University Chorus; Women's 

Choir; Madrigal Singers and Collegium Musicum . 
RAPP. D. A; Amherst: Sociology, 
RAPP, W.H , Fairhaven, Psychology: Amherst Aux, Fire OepI 
RATTA, J.M., Pepperell; Spanish; Intramural Volleyball. 
RAU, B.P ; Greenfield: Communication Disorders- 
RAUCCI, RG.; Peabody: Physical Education; Pi Lambda Phi; 

Intramurals; Varsity Track; Dorm Gov't 
RAUHALA, G.A.; W. Townsend: Political Science; Pi Sigma 

Alpha; Marching Band; Concert Band; Symphony Band; 

Smith-Amherst Orchestra. 



257 




Calhenne Rawding 


Priscilla Ray 


Cynthia Razin 


Paul Reade 


Stella Reasenberg 


Douglas Reed 


John Reed 


Karen Reed 


Sandra Reed 


Claudia Reid 


Donald Reid 


Joan Reid 


Barbara Reilly 


Ellen Reilly 


Doreen Reither 


John Remeika 


George Rendle 


Paul Reynolds 


Sharon Reynolds 


Zackaria Rezendes 


Harold Rhodes 


Karen Ribbs 


Fred Ricciafdello 


Judith Rice 


Sharyn Richards 


Edward Riley 


Maryanne Rielly 


Stephen Ritter 


Donald Rivard 


William Roach 


Charles Robbins 


Linda Robbins 


Michael Robbins 


Carol Robertson 


Ronald Robillard 


Carol Robitaille 


Dennis Rocheford 


Shelley Rockman 


Andrew Rockwood 


Charles Roddy 




RAWDING, C A.: Worcester, Sociology 

RAY. PE,Waltham, Malhemalics 

RAZIN, C J ; Maiden; Fashion Marketing: Am Home Economics 

Assoc 
READE, P E: Amherst; Hotel, Restaurant, Travel Admin; 

Innkeepers Club; Ski Club 
REASENBERG, S ; Framingtiam; Early Child Education 
REED, DA ; Northfield, Hotel, Restaurant, Travel Admin 
REED, JL, Dorchester, History, Student Senate; Southwest 

Assembly, Intramurals, Otiiciating 
REED. K E , Worcester, Human Development 
REED, S-A ; Hopkinlon, Nursing; Iota Gamma Upsilon, 

Secretary, Executive Board, Northampton Volunteer; Dean's 

List 
REID, C ; San Ramon, Calif , Speech; WMUA, Film Critic 
REID, DW, Needham, Zoology; Student Senate, Academic 



Adatrs Comm , Foreign Language Board 
REID, IE; Fall River, History 
REILLY, B,A,Woburn,Te<tiles 
REILLY, EG, Newburyporl; Spanish; Scrolls; Spanish Club, 

Revelers, Intramurals 
REITHER. DA; Anherst; Art 
REMEIKA, J,A,, Cambridge; Sociology; Sigma Alpha Mu 
RENDLE, G W ; Topsfield, Political Science: Intramurals, 

Collegian 
REYNOLDS, PI. Somerville, Mechanical Engineering 
REYNOLDS, SL, No Darmouth; Elementary Education; NES 

Tutor 
REZENDES, ZG, Sociology 
RHODES, H E,IR,Holyoke: History 
RIBBS, K.L , Woburn, Elementary Education; Intramurals; 

Dorm Govt, Social Committee Chairman 



RICCIARDELLO, F , Quincy, Accounting, Plii Sigma Kappa, 

Business Club: Ski Club 
RICE, I A , Bedford, Psychology, Dorm Counselor. Head 

Counselor 
RICHARDS, SM, Lowell: lournalism-English; Lambda Delta 

Phi, lnde<. Managing Editor; EDUC, Hillel; Collegian; Deans 

List, 
REILLY, M , Millis; Nursing; Sigma Thela Tau, Dean's List: 

Intramurals 
RILEY, E P , Madden, Sociology, Intramurals; Varsity Hockey 
RITTER, S R, Haverhill; Psychology: Intramurals; Chess Club 
RIVARD, D V , Springfield: Political Science 
ROACH, W F , Spencer: Special Education 
ROBBINS, C C ; Physical Education 
ROBBINS, LM. Sunderland: Elementary Education, Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, Ski Club: Intramurals 



ROBBINS, M, Psychology 

ROBERTSON, CA, Wakefield, Psychology: Chorale 

ROBILLARD, RE: Winchendon; Agricultural Economics: Alpha 

Tau Gamma, President, vice-Pres 
ROBITALLE, C M , Medford, Elementary Education 
ROCHEFORD, D.I : Worcester: Sociology: UVAW, Boltwood 

Project, Newman Club; Dorm Counselor 
ROCKMAN, SW: Wollaston, Elementary Education, Outing 

Club, Ski Club, Belchertown Volunteer 
ROCKWOOO, AH; S. Weymouth. Wood Technology, Alpha Phi 

Omega. Social Chairman, Fellowship vice-Pres ; Christian 

Science Organization: Dean's List 
RODDY, C E , Northampton, Psychology: Boltwood Proiecl 



258 




Diane Roderick 
Brenda Rose 

Karen Rotenberg 
Steven Roy 
Catherine Ryan 



Norman Rodham 
Rhonda Rosen 
Carol Roth 
Gail Rubin 
William Ryan 



Donna Rodway 
Paul Rosenblatt 
Thomas Rouleau 
Paul Rubm 
Nicholas Saakuitne 



Louise Rogaleski 
Douglas Ross 
Emory Rounds 
Ann Ruggeri 
David Sacino 



Mark Roland 
Stuart Ross 
Elizabeth Rourke 
Jill Rules 
Nancy Sadoski 



Gail Romanowski 
Susan Ross 
Matthew Rowe 
Thomas Rurak 
Christine Safirowicz 



Judith Rork 
Paisley Rossetti 
Pamela Rowntree 
Kathleen Russell 
Charles Salemi 



Cynlhia Rosat 
Sharon Rossi 
Earl Roy 
Michael Russell 
Robert Salo IS 




RODERICK. DM,. Billerica, Education; Dorm Gov't; Belcher- 
town Volunteer; Dean's List 
RODHAM, N.C, History. 

RODWAY, D L.; Santofd. Me.; Nursing; Chi Delphia. 
ROGALESKI, LG. Hatfield; Human Development; Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Scrolls; Lambda Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Magna Cum Laude 
ROLAND, M J , Bramtree; Sociology 
ROMANOWSKI, G., Easthampton, Media Specialist for (he 

Deal, Clarke School Volunteer 
RORK. i.A,; Weslwood; Elementary Education; Dorm Gov't, 

vice-Pres, Dean's List; Kappa Delta Pi. 
ROSATI. C.A.; East Longmeadow; Physical Education; Women's 

Ski Team, Captam 
ROSE, B.C.; N. Darmouth; Psychology: SWAP; Head of 

Residence Sticction Committee. 
ROSEN, R.F.; Elementary Education 
ROSENBLATT, P; Lynn, German. Intramural Basketball, 



Manager 
ROSS, D.S.; Amherst, Media Specialist 
ROSS, S.J.; Roslindale; Mathematics 
ROSS, S.J.; Bramtree, Accounting 
ROSSETTI, PA,; Amherst, Human Development, Chi Omega, 

Scrolls; Ski Club, Intramurals; Dean's List 
ROSSI, SA , Needham; Elementary Education 
ROTENBERG, K.A.; Williamsburg; Anthropology 
ROTH, C,N,, Lido Beach, N Y , Speech, Sigma Delta Tau, Pres., 

vice-Chancellor Search Committee, Fine Arts Council; Logic 

Programming Committee, Chairman, Scrolls; Revellers, 

UMass Theatre; UMass Music Theatre 
ROULEAU, T G ; Hadley, Civil Engineering; NES Tutor; Newman 

Club. 
ROUNDS, E.A.; Plainville; English; Student Senate, Dorm Gov't, 

Pres., Treasurer, Collegian, Issue Editor; SUG Board; 

Orchard Hill Area Gov't 
ROURKE, E.S ; Wellesley, Elementary Education. 



ROWE, M.H., East Orleans; History; Varsity Soccer 
ROWNTREE, P.; West Hartford. Conn.; Human Development; 

Student Senate Food Services Rep. 
ROY, E,J,: Gardner; Physical Education; Heymakers; vice-Pres., 

Varsity Gymnastics. 
ROY. S.F .Seekonk; Political Science. 
RUBIN, G.P.: Amherst, Speech; Hillel; University Chorus, 
RUBIN, PA., Quincy; Psychology; Hillel Dorm Gov't; Student 

Exchange to Hawaii, 
RUGGERI, A.M., Greenfield, Elementary Education, 
RULFS, J; Medford; Zoology. 
RURAK, T,R.: Lawrence, Speech, Rowing Team; Rugby Team; 

Intramurals; Northampton Volunteer. 
RUSSELL, KM.; Reading; French; Chi Omega, vice-Pres,, Fine 

Arts Council; Ass't House Manager; Honors Program. 

Intramurals. 
RUSSELL. M.T.; Brockton, Economics; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Pres.; Arcon; Adelphia, Who's Who Among Students In Am. 



Univ. and Colleges 
RYAN. C.L.; North Grafton; Speech, Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Ass't Rush Chairman. Social Chairman; Revellers, President; 

Musigals; WMUA; Dean's List: Intramurals. 
RYAN, W.A.; Revere; Physical Education; Tau Epsilon Phi; 

Frosh Baseball; Varsity Baseball. 
SAAKUITNE. N.L., Lexington; Economics; Debate Team; 

Honors; Mode. 
SACINO, D.G.; Easthampton; Mathematics; Newman Club. 

Treasurer, Social Chairman. 
SADOSKI, N,J.: So. Deerfield; Child Development; Univ. Year 

for Action; Nothern Educational Service. 
SAFIRQWICZ, C; So, Deerfield; Human Development; Outreach 

Volunteers; Honors. 
SALEMI, CB.; Lawrence; Zoology; Zoology Club; Marching 

Band; Intramurals, Athletic Chairman; Golf Team, 
SALOIS, R.A.; Fall River; Economics. 



259 




Yvonne Samuels 
Robert Sanford 
Robert Savanno 
Martha Schleiff 
Andrea Scott 



Janet Samuelson 
Elizabeth Sangutnet 
Marcy Savel 
Michael Schlein 
John Scotl 



Marcia Samways 
Mary Santo 
Suzanne Savoy 
Stephen Schmidt 
Laurie Seagondollar 



Jon Sanborn 

Patricia Santos 
Ginger Sawyer 
David Schneider 
Glyne Sealy 



Anita Sandler 
Joan Sanviti 
Alan Scalingi 
Dagmar Schorhhuger 
Alan Searleman 



Jay Sandler 

Barry Sault 
Joann Scanlon 
Barbara Schroeder 
Gordon Searles 



Sharon Sandler 
Robert Saunders 
Joanne Scarborough 
Thomas Schuler 
Paul Seelye 



Darlene Sandman 
Wilham Savage 
Linda Schafer 
Gary Schumann 
Russell Seigenberg 




SAMUELS, Y B , Dorchester, Elementary Education 

SAMUELSON, J E , Belmont, Mathematics 

SAMWAYS, MA ; Seekonk; Human Development 

SANBORN, J A, Chemistry. 

SANDLER, A I . Amherst: Elementary Education; Dorm Gov't 

SANDLER, I E . Amherst; Accountmg; TEP Accounting Assn 

SANDLER, S C , Sandisfield, History, Collegian 

SANDMAN, OF , Animal Science 

SANDFORD, RM. Atlleboro, Wildlife Biology; Alpha Zeta, Xi 

Sigma Pi, Wildlife Society, Executive Board. 
SANQUINET, E M., Greenfield, Education, Kappa Delta Pi 
SANTO, M E , Winchester, Leisure Services and Studies, 
SANTOS, P A , Lowell: American Curilization 
SANVITLJ.E, Lynn. English 
SAULT, B.M., Taunton; Political Science; Newman Club; 



Intramurals 
SAUNDERS, RE; Amherst; Education. 
SAVAGE, W F , Melrose; English; Amherst Fire Dept-, UMass 

Fire Dept, PDA 
SAVARINO, RP, Metrose, Physical Education; Intramurals, 

Head ol Resident Assistant 
SAVEL. M J . Rochville; English 
SAVOY. SA , East Longmeadow; Medical Technology. 
SAWYER, G M . Adams, Physical Education 
SCALING!, A J , Winchester, HRTA; Dean's List 
SCANLON, J J, Lynn. TCEA 
SCARBOROUGH, J.G , Hamden. Medical Technology: NAIADS, 

Newman Club 
SCHAFER, LP, Bellingham, Elementary Education; Sigma 

Delia Tau, Corresponding Secretary. Treasurer; Kappa Delta 



SCHLEIFF. M S„ East Weymouth; Art Education: Intramurals 
SCHLEIN, ML: Setouket, NY; Electrical Engineering; IEEE; 

Intramurals, Football, Volleyball, Softball 
SCHMIDT, S.H . Shutesbury, Economics, Collegian, Photo Edi- 
tor; Index, Yahoo, SOS 
SCHNEIDER, DP., Colrain, WiliJlite Biology, Wildlife Society, 

Treasurer; Outmg Club, Intramurals. 
SCHORKHUBER, D, Amherst, Nursmg, PreMed Society, 

Secretary, Treasurer, Ski Ciub, Nursing Club. 
SCHROEDER, B.J.; Lafayette, Pa., Nursing; Chi Omega. 
SCHULER, T . Spotwood, N J . Industrial Engineering 
SCHUMANN, G W , Leominstef, Management; Business Club 
SCOTT, A.R, East Longmeadow; Human Development, Alpha 
Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta, 



SCOTT, J H , Weymouth, Civl Engineering; ASCE, Ski Club, 

Intramurals. 
SEAGONDOLLAR, L.U.: Northampton; Zoology 
SEALY, G.R.; Mattapan. Nutrition and Food 
SEARLEMAN, A.; Springfield: Psychology, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi 

Kappa Phi; Science Fiction Society, Chess Team; 

Intramurals. 
SEARLES, G H., JR.; Melrose; Ammai Science; Alpha Zeta 
SEELYE, PE, Amherst, Accounting; Marching Band; 

Intramurals. Accounting Club 
SEIGENBERG, RD, Stoughton; English, Freshman Golf; 

Student Judiciary. 



260 




Esther Senders 


Gail Serabian 


Matthew Serafin 


Lynne Seuigny 


David Shaby 


Paula Shaffer 


Verna Shaheen 


Jane Shannon 


loan Shannon 


Michael Shannon 


Ceil Shapiro 


Lynne Shapiro 


Ronnie Shapiro 


Christine Sharkey 


Ronald Shaw 


Rot)ert Sheehan 


Bruce Stiefshick 


Richard Sher 


Suzanne Sherman 


ChristmeShirtcliff 


Joanne Shof 


Praveen Shrivastava 


Ellen Shuman 


Walter Siderwicz 


Susan Siegel 


LynneSignorelli 


EmilieSikora 


IrmaSilva 


Steven Silver 


Jeffrey Silverman 


Ronna Silverstein 


Edward Silvia 


Leonard Silvia 


GailSimms 


Brona Simon 


Ralph Simonds 


AnneSimonelli 


Wayne Simpler 


Douglas Sinclair 


Joseph Sinkeivch 




SHAPIRO, CB,, Brookline; Political Science; Commonwealth 

Sctiolar Honors Program; Senior Honors; Dean's List; 

Student Senate, Services Committee, Secretary; Folk 

Dancing. 
SHAPIRO, L ; Haverhill; Mathematics, Gamma Sigma Sigma, 

Publicity Chairman, Parlimentanan; Hillel Dean's List 
SHAPIRO, R L , Sharon, English 
SHARKEY, C; Belmonl, English 
SHAW, R.W ; Falmouth; General Business Finance; Newman 

Club; Dean's List 
SHEEHAN. R F ; Avon; Psychology; Northampton Volunteers; 

Karate Club; Chess Club; Softball. 
SHEFSHICK, B.L , Everett; Sociology; Phase I t III Volunteer; 



Leader for Univ. Year for Action. 
SHER, R.L.; Stoughton; Mechanical Engineering; ASME. SAE, 

Intramurals 
SHERMAN, S.G ; Newton Centre; Elementary Education 
SHIRTCLIFF, C.F ; Greenfield; Public Health 
SHOR, J 6 , Behavioral and Community Studies; Hillel; 

Southwest Community Resource Center, Counselor; 

Bowling Tutor, Amherst Jr High School 
SHRIVASTAVA, P , Jabalpur, India; General Business Finance; 

SIMS, President 
SHUMAN, E ; Marblehead; Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 

Pi, Treasurer; Intramural Bowling 
SIDERWICZ W A ; Norwood; Political Science. 



SIEGEL, S.P.; North Darmouth; Mathematics; Pi Beta Phi; vice- 

Pres. of Mental Advancement; Arcon; Phi Beta Kappa, Phi 

Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda Delta 
SIGNORELLI, L M , Wilbraham; Elementary Education 
SIKORA,E, Hyde Park; French 
SILVA, IS; Dorchester; Zoology 
SILVER, S,E.: Worcester; Anthropology 
SILVERMAN, I ; Newton Centre; Psychology; Freshman 

Gymnastics; Intramurals 
SILVERSTEIN, RG; Lowell; Elementary Education; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Intramural Volleyball; NES Tutor 
SILVIA. E., JR.; North Wetport; Psychology. 
SILVIA. L.P.: Fall River; History; Ski Club; Newman Club; 



Outdoors Club. 
SIMMS. G M., Lynn; Hotel, Restaurant and Travel 

Administration; Kappa Alpha Thela. House Manager; Alpha 

Zeta; Innkeepers Club. 
SIMON, B G.; South Boston; Anthropology, Exchange Program 

to New Mexico; Collegian; Dean's List; Proiect Ten; Phi Beta 

Kappa 
SIMONDS R.M., III, Bridgewater; Personnel Management. 
SIMONELLI, AM.; North Adams; Sociology; Dean's List. 
SIMPTER.WS; Greenfield; Forestry 
SINCLAIR, OS; Braintree; English; Dorm Gov't: Dorm 

Counselor; PSE Counselor. 
SINKEVICH, J.A; Mattapan; Personnel Management. 



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Richard Sirote 
Daniel Slosek 
Gail Smith 
Sharon Smith 
Stephen Souza 



Nancy Skowron 
Maryellen Slosek 
Gait Smith 
Susan Smilh 
Lisa Spang 



Theodore Skrypek 
Teresa Slowik 
Kathryn Smith 
Elaine Snow 
Kenneth Spector 



Michael Skyier 
Wendy Small 
Lauren Smith 
Eric Snydei 
Joan Splllani 



Paul Slater 
Anne Smith 
Lorraine Smith 
Marianne Socha 
Guy Spinelli 



Edward Sloan 
Cheryl Smith 
Margaret Smith 
Gilberto Sotolongo 
Carolyn Sprague 



Elissa Sloan 
Dianne Smith 
Priscilla Smith 
Diane Soule 
Robert Stack 



Robert Sloane 
Elaine Smith 
Robin Smith 
Paul Souza 
Barbara Stadmcki 




SIROTE, R.A.i Stoughton; Hotel. Restaurant, and Travel 

Admmislration; Innkeepers Club, Treasurer; SUG Board 
SKOWRON, N i., Pittstield; Sociology 
SKRYPEK, T.G, Accounting; Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa 

Phi, Ski Club, Tennis. 
SKYIER, M. 
SLATER. P; Amherst 
SLOAN, E , Swampscoll; Political Science; APO Reporter tor 

Callegian, Hillel, Intramural Softball 
SLOAN. E., Lynn, Nursing. 
SLOANE, R.R., Worcester, Political Science. 
SLOSEK. D.J . Nantucket; Mechanical Engineering; 

Counselor- 
SLOSEK, M.J., Nantucket, Communication Disorders; 

Counselor. 
SLOWIK, T.J„ Auburn, Nursing. 
SMALL, W.A ; Townsend; Physical Education, Exchange 

Program to Illinois Slate Univ.; Concert Band; Field Hockey, 



, Dorm 



Dorm 



Captain 
SMITH, A.E . Winehedon, Elementary Education 
SMITH, C Y , Bedford: Animal Science, Alpha Zeta, Dean's List, 

Heymakers, Sec 
SMITH, DN. Athol, Human Development; AHEA. Treasurer, 

Secretary, Dorm Gov't, Dorm Counselor 
SMITH, E.P, Reading; Human Development, Sigma Kappa, 

President, Greek Council, Corresponding Sec , Southwest 

Patriots, Dorm Security Chairman. Alpha Lambda Delia 
SMITH, G E , Greenfield; Anthropology 
SMITH, G L , Stoneham, Psychology; Southwest Patriots, 

Social Chairman, Co-chairman; Dorm Counselor; Asst. Head 

of Residence 
SMITH, K.J , Attleboro, Nursing; Chi Omega, Vocations Officer, 

Revelers, Ski Club. Intramurals 
SMITH, L.E , Sloneham, Human Development 
SMITH, L.M . Lynn, Human Development 
SMITH, M E., Dorchester; Human Development. 



SMITH. PA, Framingham, Psychology; Southwest Assembly 

Woman: Belcherlown Volunteer; NES Tutor. 
SMITH, RC. Amherst, Art. Alpha Phi Gamma; Drum. Editor, 

Collegian, Slaff Writer. 
SMITH, SA , Amherst, Electrical/Computer Engineering; IEEE, 

Secretary, Tau Beta Pi, vice-Pres ; Eta Kappa Nu; Mortar 

Board 
SMITH, S.M .Amherst; Psychology. 
SNOW, E , Melrose, Education, Kappa Delta Phi 
SNYDER, E.A, Easthampton. English 
SOCHA. MP. Mathematics, Newman Club; Powder Puff 

Football. Dorm Renovation Committee. 
SOTOLONGO, G. Holyoke, Education. Ahora. President, The 

3rd World Alienee, Executive Committee 
SOULE, D M , Hudson, Child Development, Dorm Social 

Committee, JOE. Belchertown Volunteer 
SOUZA, P.J , Psychology, Alpha Phi Omega, President. 
SOUZA S A , Lexington, Public Health, Phi Mu Delta 



SPANG, L.M, Winchester; Political Science; Kappa Kappa 

Gamma; Greek Council Rep.; Panhellenic Pres.; Rush Book 

Editor; Asst. Panhellic Rush Chairman. Patterson House, 

Sec 
SPECTOR, K.A . Amhersl; Mechanical Engineering, ASME 
SPILLANE, J , Brockton; Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta, Arcon; 

Freshman Honor Society. 
SPINELLI, G.A; Dorchester; Zoology 
SPRAGUE, C R., Vernon, Vt.; Economics. Tau Beta Sigma; 

Gamma Sigma Sigma, Marching Band 
STACK, R.J , Pittsfield; Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; 

AlChE; NECEP; Dorm Gov't, CEQ. VITA, WMPIRG, 

Intramurals, 
STADNICKI, B.A.; Amherst; BDIC; Ski Club, Umv Year for 

Action 



262 




Stanley Stadnicki 
Nancy Stasulis 
Mafgafet Stevens 
Mictiael Strauss 
Brian Sullivan 



Ttiomas Stadnicki 
Deborah Slaltiis 
Gloria Stewart 
Janet Street 
Ctinstine Sullivan 



Beverly Staniunas 
Lawrence Si Cyr 
GreigSlewarl 
Earl Strickland 
Elizabetti Sullivan 



Stanley Stankiewicz 
Oenise St. Jean 
Ronald Stewart 
Caria Stuart 
Gail Sullivan 



Mary Stanne 
Jonathan Steimen 
Susan Stickel 
Kenneth Stuart 
Karen Sullivan 



Beth Stansfi eld 
Cynthia Sternberg 
David Stone 
Richard SJurtevanl 
Kevin Sullivan 



Betty Starnes 
Lynn Steinberg 
Harold Stone 
Deborah Subzda 
Linda Sullivan 



Marcia Starrynski 
Lewis Stern 
Kathleen Stone 
Bonnie Sullivan 
Thomas Sununu 




STADNICKI. S-S-: Amherst: Biochemistry; Intramurals; Belch- 

ertown Volunteer; Ski Club 
STADNICKI. T,M,;Chicopee; Industrial Engineering 
STANIUNAS. BA; Marlboro; Nutrition; Am. Home Economic 

Assoc, 
STANKIEWICZ, SJ.; New Bedford; Business Finance; Beta 

Gamma Sigma. Dorm Council; Floor Rep.; Intramurals. 
STANNE. M.E.; Amherst, Physical Education, NAIADS; 

Women's Varsity Swim Team; Women's Sports Council, Rep 
STANSFIELD, BM.; Pompano. Fla.; Speech; Alpha Lambda 

Delta. 
STARNES. BA , Clinton; Med-Technology. 
STARZYNSKI. M.A.; Gardner; Human Development; Sigma 

Delta Tau. Social Chairman, Rush Chairman, Greek Rep.; 

UMass Greek Aiumni Chairman 
STASULIS. N.A.. Peabody, Anthropology: Deans List; Concert 

Band; Fine Arts Council Aide; Leach Environmental Board, 
STATHIS, DA. Haverhill; Education. 



ST. CYR, L,M„ JR.. North Adams, Accountmg; Who's Who in 

American Colleges, Southwest Assembly, Rep , vice-Pres,. 

Pres., Chairman of SWIP Conference; SWA Academic 

Matters Comm., Chairman. President's Council; SW 

Curriculum Comm. 
ST. JEAN, DM.; Springfield; French; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

Women's Choir; Collegian; Student Rep to French Faculty. 
STEIMEN, J E, So Deerfield; Pre-Law. 
STEINBERG, C R : Stoughton, Psychology; Proiect 10; Student 

Mobe; Belchertown Volunteer. 
STEINBERG, LS.; Agawam; English; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 

Ass't House Manager; Exchange Program lo Hawaii; 

Musigals; Bridal Fair. 
STERN, LR , Newton. Psychology; Resident Ass't; Dorm Gov't. 

Social Co-ofdinator; Chorale; Northampton Volunteer, 
STEVENS, M A , Watertown, Med-Tech. 
STEWART, G.L , Georgetown, Guyana, Nursing. 
STEWART. GM.. Reading. Sociology, Band; Fme Arts; Chorus, 



Manager. Dean's List, 
STEWART, RE.; Guyana. S.A„ Agricultural Economics- 
STICKEL, S L . Westfield: Nursing; Sigma Thela Tau 
STONE, D H , Nothtield; Civil Engineering; ASCE. 
STONE, H.A,; New Bedford; Marketing; Atro-Am, Intramural. 

Basketball, Softball. 
STONE, K.D.; Rowley; Anthropology 
STRAUSS, MS . English; WMUA, Announcer; House Gov't. 
STREET.J.A.Pittstield; History 
STRICKLAND, E H.. Pembroke, N.C., Sociology, Fine Arts 

Council, Student Manager; Distinguished Visitors Program; 

Drum, Literary Editor; Who's Who In Am, Colleges and 

Univ.; Dorm Counselor; Student Gov't Rep. 
STUART, C 6 , Lunenburg; Home Economics Education; 

Omicron Nu; AHEA; Heed's Creed, Editor 
STUART. K.H ; General Busmess. Tau Epsilon Phi, vice-Pres,, 

Social Chairman. Baseball 
STURTEVANT, R.K.; Granby. Electrical Engineering, 



SUBZDA, D.A.; Stoneham; Human Development, 

SULLIVAN, BM ; Wayland; Theatre; Commonwealth Scholar 

Honors Program 
SULLIVAN, B,J ; Brighton; Political Science; Pi Sigma Alpha; 

Dorm Gov't. Executive Council. 
SULLIVAN, CM . Rockport; Art Education; Dean's List, 
SULLIVAN. E,A.; Fitchburg; Mathematics; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

Scrolls; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
SULLIVAN, ,A, Braintree; Education; Dorm Gov't, Athletic 

Director, Apple Corp 
SULLIVAN. K,A., Springfield; Med-Tech, Ski Club, 
SULLIAN, K.M, Arlington; Psychology. 
SULLIVAN, L.M.; Wedster; Communication Disorders; NES 

Tutor; Dean's List; Newman Club 
SUNUNU. T.J.; Piltsfield; Political Science: Intramurals, 



263 




Domenico Suppappola 
Patricia Szretter 
Janice Tartaglia 
Christine Ttieberge 
Patricia Thomas 



ReneeSurprenant 
Paul Szulewski 
Dwight Tavada 
Leon Thiem 
Janet Ttiompson 



Lynne Sutton 
Jan Szwed 
Sandra league 
Brenda Tfiomas 
Maxine Ttiompson 



Dons Swanberg 
Margaret Tacito 
Tfiomas Teixeira 
Karen Ttiomas 
David Tfiorpe 



Robert Swartwout 
Raymond Talkington 
Marttia Terpo 
Leonard Thomas 
DebraTtiurston 



Mjctiael Sweeney 
Bruce Tallini 
Artfiur Terzakis 
Linda Thomas 
Karen Tierney 



Damaso Swiathowski 
NadineTardit 
Shirley Tessler 
Mane ttiomas 
Betsy Tjmmerman 



Michael Sykier 
David Tarlow 
Mark Tetelman 
Michael Thomas 
Lynda Tolman 













SUPPAPPOLA, , Electrical Engineering. Eta Kappa Nu, WTOY, 

Treasurer 
SURPRENANT. R,T , Oak Blufis. Speech, Dorm 

Counselor; Intramural, 
SUTTON. LP. Braintree; Public Health, Phi Beta 

Kappa, htramurals. 
SWANBERG, D.L.. Stoughlon; Physical Education; Umv. Con- 
cert Dance Group, Dorm Gov't Rep 
SWARTWOUT. RE., Cumberland. Me , Marketing; Lacrosse 
SWEENEY. Ml. Waltham. Chemical Engineering; AlChE, 

Chemistry Club. Newman Club 
SWiATKOWSKl, D M.; Hyde Park, Psychology, Collegiate Flying 

Cub. Sec; Skydiving Club 
SYKIER, M J,. Sunderland, Accounting 
SZRETTER, PA , Natick, Elementary Education, Kappa Delta Pi, 

Peer Sex Education Counselor; Dean's List. 
SZULEWSKI. P A., Cambridge, Matlhemalics 
SZWED, J M ; Palmer, Forestry, Alpha Zeta, Xi Sigma Pi. 
TACITO, MM, Arlington. Elementary Education, National 



Exchange Program, Dorm Council. 

TALKINGTON, RW, Peabody; Geology. Dean's List, Student- 
Faculty Liason Comm , htramurals; Dorm Gov't 

TALLINI, B A.; Frammgham, English 

TAROIF. N M.Westfteld, History 

TARLOW, D M , Revere. Biochemistry, Chemistry Club. 
President, vice-Pres., Chess Club, WMUA; House Council 
Rep , Chemistry Tutor, Student Services Comm , Academic 
Counselor 

TARTAGLIA, ) I.; Orleans, Elementary Education; Northampton 
Volunteer; Student Senate Note Service. Casiac Counseling; 
JOE 

TAVADA, D.L.; Boston. Urban Education; Intramural 
Basketball. 

TEAGUE, S.E ; Roslindale, Urban Education 

TEIXEIRA, T E ; Ludlow, Physical Education 

TERPO, MA , Worcester, History; SUG Board, Dorm Counselor 

TERZAKIS. A.. Brockton, History, Beta Kappa Phi. vice-Pres., 
Acron, Maroon Key. Varsity Soccer. 



TESSLER, S.G., Peabody, French, Dean's List, Cum Laude 
TETELMAN. Ml, Massapequa Park, NY, Electrical 
Engineering; IEEE, Marching Band, Pep Band, Concert 
Band, Inntramurals, Dorm Athletic Chairman. 
THEBERGE, C M , Whitmsvihe, Education 
THIEM, L T . Springfield, Civil Engineering, ASCE 
THOMAS, B.L., Whitman: Mathematics; Varsity Tennis; 

Intramurais, Precisionetts 
THOMAS, KS. Lexington, Music Education, Chorale and 
Chamber Singers, Accompanist, Historian, Librarian, 
Student Conductor, Univ. Fine Arts Council. Ass't Box 
Office Manager, Music Oept Undergraduate Curriculum 
Comm,; MENC, vice-Pres,. Sec , Co-Chairman, Collegium 
Musican; Who's Who Among Students in Am Colleges and 
Umv , Honor's List 
THOMAS, L.L , Woburn, American History, University Chorale; 

Newman Club, Chairman, vice-Pres , President 
THOMAS, L.E . Cambridge. Management; Dean's List. Fine Arts 
Staff 



THOMAS, M . Boston, Elementary Education, Steering Comm. 

New Africa House. Harambe, Dorm Counselor 
THOMAS, M P,Agawam. Education 
THOMAS. P A , Dorchester. Education. 
THOMPSON. JL; Feeding Hills, Elementary Education; Dorm 

Gov't, Rep., Intramural Volleyball 
THOMPSON, MM, Brockton; Human Development; Kappa 

Kappa Gamma, Cor Secretary, Brida! Fair; Ski Club, 
THORPE, DJ. Rockland. Chemistry. Intramurais, Chemistry 

Club, Dorm House Council. 
THURSTON, A , Elma, N Y , Medical Technology; Alpha 

Lambda Delta. Co-rec Volleyball 
TIERNEY. KG. Holyoke; Psychology, Senior Honors Program; 

Dean's List, CUSP, Commuter's Assembly, Pi Kappa Phi 
TIMMERMAN, 8 J . Reading, Psychology. Collegian; 

Northampton Volunteer. Judo Club 
TOLMAN. L.G., Worcester, Fashion Merchandise; Sigma Sigma 

Sigm, Corr Secretary. House Manager; Shi Club. 



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Joseph Tolson 


Rhona Toltz 


Robert Tone 


Carey Toran 


Christine Torberg 


William Tornow 


Susan Torres 


Jennifer Torrey 


Nancy Torrey 


iudith Towne 


Christine Trachy 


Christine Tracy 


Kathleen Tramor 


Jean Travis 


Edmond Tremblay 


Cynthia Trenchard 


Ronald Trent 


Malcolm Tronic 


Janice Trout 


Chrisline Tucker 


Theodore Tudryn 


Willtam Tuffs 


Roger Turcotte 


Cathy Turner 


Dennis Turner 


Ellis Turner 


Charles Tutty 


Nelson Tyberghem 


Deborah Underwood 


GaleUnger 


Mark UrbaneV 


Sigmund Ustaszewski 


Donna Urgotis 


Robert Vachon 


Henry Vaillancourl 


Gerald Valente 


Cynthia Vaienli 


Dolores Valle 


Mane Varney 


Patricia Veinotte 



All the columns of pictures on page 265 have been 
unintentionally transposed. Please excuse this over- 
sight and inconvenience. 

— The 1973 Index Staff 










TOLSON, J-L; Amherst; Education, Lumumba Sctiool forTrutli, 

Ass't Director; Explorations Program, Student Director 
TOLTZ, R L , Brockton, Human Development 
TONE, RB ,Pittsfield, Russian 
TORAN, CO , Wontiington, Ohio; Anthropology, 
TORBERG, C E , Easthampton, Teitiles and Clothing, 
TORNOW, W F ; Northampton, Marketing 
TORRES, S,A , Fairhaven, Child Development/Sociology; Alpha 

Chi Omega, Greek Council Rep ; WMPIRG, Students for Mc 

Govern 
TORREY, JO ; German 
TORREY, NG; Amherst, Education, Chi Omega. Arcon, 

Intramurals 
TOWNE, J.D ; Sunderland, Elementary Education. 
TRACHY, C),; Holyoke; Elementary Education; Dorm Secretary; 

Dorm Electrion Comm , Chairman, Dorm Health and Safety 



Comm,, Monson State Hospital Volunter, NES Tutor, 

Westfield State Detention Center Volunteer 
TRACY, CM ,Gardner, Nutrition 
TRAINOR, KS,Natick,Art 
TRAVIS, J C, Springfield, f^ursing, Northampton Volunteer: 

Dean's List 
TREMBLAY, E P, IR . Somerset. BDIC, Student Senate, 

Academic Comm , Activities Comm, House Judiciary. Head 

Justice; IEEE. Intramurals 
TRENCHARD. C.L.; Arlington. Elementary Education 
TRENT, R L , Chicago, III , Education, Third World Alliance, 

New Africa House, Steering Committee 
TRONIC, M K , N,Y C . NY , Political Science, Honors; Frosh 

Tennis 
TROUT, J E , Maiden, Mathematics, Alpha Lambda Delta, vice- 

Pres ; Mortar Board, Chess Club, Sec , Science Fiction Club. 



Sec ; Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa Phi 
TLJCKER. C.B ; Marketing; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Treasurer. 

Arcon 
TUDRYN, T,J ; Amherst; Physical Education; Phi Mu Delta; 

ARCON; Intramurals 
TUFFS, W H ; Zoology 
TURCOTTE, R L , Southbridge, Accounting 
TURNER, C,J , Cohasset, English; Dorm Gov't 
TURNER, D C , Leno<; Political Science, Ski Club 
TURNER, E T , Washington, C ; Political Science 
TUTTY, C P ; Chicopee; Physical Education 
TYBERGHEIN, N J , Springfield, Environmental Design 
UNDERWOOD, DF; Bernaidston, Human Development, 

Marching Band; Dean's List 
UNGER, GE;Melrose,Ar1 
URBARNEK, MA ; Fairhaven, Civil Engineering; ASCE; Deans 



List, Inlramurais 
URGOTIS, D G ; Sudbury; Chemistry; Commonwealth Scholar 
USTASZEWSKI, S,A,; Northampton; Zoology 
VACHON, R A , Ashland, Psychology; Student Senate 
VAILLANCOURT. H J JR.; Wesport; Psychology; Residence 

Director 
VALENTE, G ; Worcester; Civil Engineering; American Society 

of Civil Engineers. 
VALENTl, C M ; South Hadley; Elementary Education, Newman 

Club. Italian Club; NES Tutor; Dean's List 
VALLE, D,; Warren, N,J,; Spanish, Kappa Alpha Thela, Rush 

Chairman, Angel Flight; Spanish Club 
VARNEY, MM.; Berlin, N H.; Mathematics, Gamma Sigma 

Sigma 
VEINOTTE, PK;Lynn;Nursing, 



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Roberta Vercollone 
Pelet Viviano 
Stanley Waletkus 
Nancy Walsh 
Thomas Watson 



Anthony Victor 
Edward Voci 
Brenda Walker 
Kristiane Walter 
Thadeous Weaver 



Norman Viens 
Roxanne Volpe 
GranI Walker 
Walter Walters 
Patricia Webb 



Peter Villa 
Alain Vulhet 
Janice Walker 
Lincy Wang 
Kenneth Webber 



MarciaVillaume 
Susan Wade 

Stephen Wallen 
Robert Warner 
Patricia Webster 



Paul Vincent 
Dennis Waketield 
Thomas Wallwork 
Thomas Waruzila 
WilhamWehner 



Candice Vinci 
Joseph Walczak 
Karen Walsh 
Michael Wasilauski 
Thomas Weikle 



Sharon Vinten 
Michael Walczak . 
Maureen Walsh 
Patricia Waterman 
Mark Weiner 




VERCOLLONE, R.A . Arlington, Sociology, Dorm Gov't 

VICTOR,A J,Springtield: Education 

VIENS, N£. Northampton, Accounting, Rugby Club, 

Accounting Assoc 
VILLA. P.J, Wellesley, Marketing 
VILLAUME, M M . Ocean City, N J , Political Science, Scrolls; 

Pi Sigma Alpha. Dorm Counselor 
VINCENT, P E., Amherst, Accounting, Accounting Assoc. 
VINCI, CA, Reading, Human Development, Intramurals, 

University Women's Choir. 
VINTEN. S A, Greenfield; Nursing. 
VIVIANO. PA ; Yonkers, N.Y , Marketing; Football 
VOCI, E.A.; Brockton, Political Science; WMPJRG, Board ot 

Directors; Ass'l to SGA President, Ass't Residence Director, 

Pi Sigma Alptia. 
VOLPE, R.T., Woburn, Marketing, Sigma Sigma Sigma, 



President. Musigals, Secretary, Revelers. 
VULLIET, AD ; North Hattield; Agricultural Economics. 
WADE, SL, English 

WAKEFIELD, DA , Pittstield, Philosophy/Honors 
WALCZAK. I , Chicopee; Psychology. Upward Bound, University 

Year tor Action, Skydiving Club 
WALCZAK, M E., Holyoke, Psychology 
WALETKUS, S G , Springfield, Accounting, Accounting Assoc 
WALKER, B L . Springfield, Psychology, Drum, SMART. 
WALKER, GR, Holyoke. Finance, Ski Club, Secretary, vice- 

Pres , President 
WALKER, J R., Holyoke; Speech, Sigma Alpha Eta; Concert 

Band 
WALL£N,SV,Paxton, Psychology 
WALLWORK, T A ; Lowell, Media Specialist for the Deaf. Photo 

Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Assisting in schools tor the deal. 



WALSH. KE, Psychology, NES Tutor; CEQ. Collegian, Book 
reviewer. Mortar Board; Action Lab; Melville Coffeehouse, 
Colloquium Teacher, Mistress of Ceremonies at Bluewall 
Coffeehouse; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Phi 

WALSH. M M . Attleboro; Elementary Education, Dorm 
Counselor 

WALSH, N F ; Holyoke; Speech, Speech Dept. Govervance 
Comm 

WALTER, K , Secondary Education; Dean's List; Chorale. 

WALTERS, WJ,, Pittstield; Business; PTA, President, 
Republican City Committee War 1. vice-Chairman 

WANG, L ; New York City, NY , Mathematics 

WARNER, R; Worcester; General Business; Tau Epsiion Pi, 
Pres. 

WARUZILA, T I., Worcester, Civil Engineering 

WASILAUSI^I, M.S., Sunderland, English. Alpha Phi Gamma, 



Index, Managing Editor 
WATERMAN, P M.; Southwick; Mathematics; Scrolls 
WATSON, T G ; So Deertield, Civil Engineering; ASCE. 
WEAVER, T G., JR , Salem, Economics; East Area Judiciary; 

Dorm Athletic Chairman 
WEBB, PA., Dorchester, Human Development, Afro-Am; Voices 

ol New Africa. 
WEBBER, K M ; Reading; Chemical Engineering. 
WEBSTER, P M , East Bridgewater, English. 
WEHNER, WS, Ludlow; Political Science; Counselor; Ass't 

Head of Residence, Southwest Assembly. Marching Band; 

Concert Band; Author ot Dinning Commons Bill 
WEIKLE, Tl; Lexington, Urban Studies, University Chorus; 

Program Council. Dorm Rep , Belchertown Volunteer; 

Dean's List 
WEINER, M J; Peabody, Psychology 



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Sheila Weiner 


Carl Weinstein 


Paul Weinstein 


Ross Wemtraub 


Barry Weisman 


Meredith Weiss 


Marsha Weissbrot 


lohn Welch 


Nellie Weslovs 


Paul Wesockes 


Margaret Westwater 


Patricia Weslwater 


Barbara Weiler 


Dana White 


Ingrid While 


Joseph White 


Nancy White 


Philip While 


Robert White 


Ronald While 


Steven White 


Curtis Whitley 


Richard Whitney 


Calvert Whitworth 


Londa Wiener 


AlanWiernasz 


James Wigr en 


Carol Wiik 


BrendaWilco< 


Louise Wilder 


Andrew Wildes 


Carol Wilk 


Arthur Williams 


Steven Williams 


Deborah Willis 


Claire Wilson 


Justine Wilson 


Mark Wilson 


Martha Wilson 


M Patricia Wilson 




WEINER, SB, Winthrop, French 

WEINSTEIN, CM, No Darmouth; Elementary Education. 

WEINSTEIN, P,0 , Methuen, Microbiology, Program Council: 

Student Executive Comm , Hillel, USA Chairman; VITA 
WEINTRAUB, Rl,: Worcester, Accounting. Alpha Epsilon Pi; 

Accounting Club, Inlramurals 
WEISMAN. B M , Newton, Elementary Education 
WEISS, MA; Wellesley Hills, Anthropology, Hillel 
WEISSBROT, M r , Miami Beach, Fla . Fashion Marketing. AM. 

Home Economics Assoc 
WELCH, I D . Milhs. Recreation 
WES ELOVS. N, Holden. Spanish 
WESOCKES. PD. Gardner. Animal Science. Kappa Sigma; 

Varsity Football. Track- 



WESTWATER. M M , Watertovin; Economics. Newman Club. 

Intramurals. Ski Glut 
WESTWATER P M . Secondary Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Revelers. Co-chairman Publicity Comm 1970 Homecoming; 

Strike Committee; Weslfield Dentension Centei Volunteer 
WEXLER. Bl; Millon. Psychology. Dorm Gov'l, Dorm 

Counselor 
WHITE, D J ; Marketing; Phi Sigma Delta, President, Volleyball 

Club. 
WHITE. I D . Amherst. Alro-Am Sludies 
WHITE. J.D . Cohassel. PreDenlistry. Intramurals 
WHITE. NC; Education, Dorm Social Chairman. Hockey 

Cheerteader. Ski Club 
WHITE. PP ; Pittslield; Human Development 



WHITE. R.K , Southampton, Psychology 
WHITE, R.B ; Pittsheld. Chemistry, Chemistry Club. vice-Pres 
WHITE. S.C ; Canlon. BDIG, Sigma Alpha MU, vice-PresidenI 
WHITLEY. C L ; Springfield; Accounting; Maroon Keys 
WHITNEY, R B. Southbridge. Astronomy; University Chorus 
WHITWORTH. CB. Mattapan. Microbiology. Black Mass 

Communications Proiect. Durm 
WIENER. L L; Chelmsford. English. Fine Arts Council, The 

Hobbit; Apple Corps 
WIERNASZ. A M ; Easthampton. Education 
WIGREN.) F.Worcester. English. 
WILK. CA, Norwood. History. Deans List, WMUA. Mortar 

Board; Dorm President. Dorm Counselor 
WILCOX. B.J ; Orleans. Physical Education; Intramurals 



WILDER. LW. Sociology, 

WILDES, Al ; Easthampton; Mathematics. Student Senate; 

Intramurals 
WILK, CA ; Springfield; Accounting. Dorm Counselor; Dorm 

Social Committee; Accounting Club. 
WILLIAMS. AD; Holden; Psychology 
WILLIAMS. S.H,, Springfield; Sociology, 
WILLIS. DA; Wrenlham; Spanish, 
WILSON, G K . Amherst; Physical Education, 
WILSON. J C ; TCEA; Angel Flight, AHEA, 
WILSON, M D ; Lee; Electrical Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu, 
WILSON. M L ; So, Weymouth; General Business Finance 
WILSON, MP. Medical Technology. 



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Stuart Wilson 


William Windier 


Wendy Windrow 


Terry Winer 


Nancy Winetrout 


Donna Winston 


Michael Wintman 


Edward Wise 


MaryWiswell 


Philip Witt 


Peter Wojtaszek 


Steven Wolkenbreit 


Mary Wolochowicz 


Christopher Wondoloski 


Tony Woo 


Lawrence Woodbury 


Maureen Woodward 


Jerilyn Wooten 


Kathleen Wozniak 


Alan Wright 


Arthur Wright 


Carol Wright 


Karen Wright 


Pnscilla Wright 


Kathy Wrona 


Jessica Wyihe 


Nancy Wyman 


DebraWynn 


CheryleYallen 


John Yantosca 


Ralph Yarn 


Carrie Yasgur 


JohnYee 


Mara Yerow 


Joy Yoder 


Elizabeth Young 


John Young 


Nancy Young 


Gail Younger 


Steven Yuhaski 


f 


















WILSON. SD, Agawam, Environmental Health, Index, 

Photographer, Oorm Counselor. Dorm President. 

Environmental Health Club, Intramurals, 
WINDLER.WE.; Brighton, German 
WINDROW, WA, North Adams. Speech, Patterson House 

Executive Board 
WINER, T B , Suttern, N.Y.. Microbiology; Phi Kappa Phi. Dorm 

Treasurer. Dorm Rep; Dorm Judiciary. 
WINETROUT, N.. Hampden; Art History; Dorm Gov't; Area 

Gov't. Chairwoman Dorm Activities Committee; 

Chairwoman Area Activities Group 
WINSTON, D.L; Boston; Sociology 
WINTMAN, M.A., New Rochelle. N Y , Bio-Engmeering 
WISE, EW.Holyoke. History 
WISWELL, MP,; Pitlsfield. Elementary Education; SIMS. 

Hey makers. 
WITT, PL, Auburn, Psychology. 
WOITASZEK, PS., Haverhill, Finance. 
WOLKENBREIT. SI , Albany, N Y.; Chemical Engineering 



WOLOCHOWICZ, M B , Worcester, Btoiogical Sciences; Dorm 

Comm.; Intramurals, NES Tutor, Outing Club. 
WONDOLOSKI, CW, North Adams, Zoology; Baseball; 

Intramurals 
WOO, T K., Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, HRTA. 
WOODBURY, L E.. No. Attleboro; Sociology: Intramurals. 
WOODWARD, ME, French. Alpha Chi Omega, ARGON, 

Intramurals. Italian Club; Alpha Lambda Delta 
WOOTEN, J M . Norwell; Psychology. 
WOZNIAK, K A , Chicopee, French; Dean's List, Ski Club. 
WRIGHT, A K , Agawam. History, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Collegian; 

Student Gov't, Soccer, Intramurals, 
WRIGHT, AW, Easthampton; Political Science, Alpha Sigma; 

Dean's List. 
WRIGHT, C.L. Acton; Political Science; Judo Club; Dorm 

Judiciary, Residence Ass't; Commonwealth Scholar; Alpha 

Lambda Delta, Living, Learning, Center, Environmental 

Concerns Committee. 
WRIGHT, K.T.: English; Dean's List. 



WRIGHT, P A , Abmgton, Anthropology 

WRONA. KM,, Warren, Physical Education, Orchard Hill Area 

Gov't Rep , Dorm Counselor, Varsity Tennis Team, 

Intramurals 
WYLLIE, J S , Waquoit; Theatre; Sigma Kappa, Music Theatre; 

University Theatre; American College Theatre Festival, 

Dean's List 
WYMAN, NA, North Adams; Natural Resource Economics, 

Dorm Gov't Rep; Southwest Women's Center, Agricultural 

Economics Society, Treasurer; Peer Sex Education 

Counselor 
WYNN, D.B , Brooklme; Elementary Education. 
YALLEN, C N ; Brockton, Psychology. Student Companionship 

Therapy, Co-ordinator; Action Lab 
YANTOSCA, I S , East Boston; Astronomy; Newman Club. 

President, Director ol Folk Mass; Astronomy Club, 

President 
YARN, R.A., Essex, Zoology. 
YASGUR, C.S.; Mamaroneck, NY, Elementary Education, 



Dean's List, Kappa Delta Pi 
YEE, J W.; Brighton, Electrical Engineering; International Club; 

Harambe, Chinese Student Club, IEEE, Intramural Baseball. 
YEROW, M H , Worcester, Psychology, Oorm Gov't, President. 
YODER, J M , Levittown, Pa , Physical Education; Varsity 

Swimming; Intramurals 
YOUNG, E R , Lynnlield; Home Economics Education; Lambda 

Delta Phi, Steward, Member-af-Large, Mortar Board, Editor; 

Am Home Economics Assoc; Dean's List; Wesley Co-op, 

Sec. 
YOUNG, J R.Northampton, Botany 
YOUNG, N J ; Methuen; Human Development; Dean's List; 

Intramurals. 
YOUNGER, G.S.; Sharon; History, Dorm Gov't, NES Tutor; 

Dean's List. 
YUHASKI, S.J ; Pittsfield; Aerospace Engineering. 



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Barry Yunes 


Colleen Yuu 


Marjorie Zack 


Thomas Zagorski 


Andrew Zatkis 


Beverly Zaniewski 


)ean Zase 


Laura Zeldman 


Diann Zeldman 


lohnZibellJr. 


Peter Zieja 


Stan Zieja 


Sheila Ztlinskas 


leffrey Zink 


Cynthia Zive 




Stanley Zube 


Patricia Zuch 


James Zygmont 





Saul Appel 
Susan Burger 
Linda Campbell 
Colleen Cashew 




YUNES, B.P.; Arlington; Zoology; ROTC, Cadet 
Colonel; Intramurals; Infirmary Advisory 
Staff. 

YUU, C; Lynn; Accounting; Lambda Delta Phi, 
Corresponding Secretary; Index, Editor-in- 
Chief; Accounting Assoc; Campus Gold; 
Chinese Club; SWAP; Intramurals. 

ZACK, M.A,; Framingham; Education 
Psychology. 

ZAGORSKI, T.P.; Amherst; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Ski Club. 



ZAIKtS, A.M.; South Boston; BDIC. 

ZANIEWSKI, B.A.; Greenfield; French; Ski Club. 

ZASE, J.D.; Newton Center; Elementary 
Education. 

ZEIDMAN, L.l-; Lakeville; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List; Boltwood 
Project. 

ZELDMAN, D.R.; Boston; Human 
Development. 

ZIEBELL, ]. L„ Jr.; Georgetown; Wildlife Man- 
agement; Alpha Zeta, Chancellor; Xi Sigma 



Phi, Ranger; Senior Committee. 

ZIEJA, P.S.; Willimansett; Psychology. 

ZIEJA, S. M.; Chicopee; Physical Education; 
Dorm Counselor; Dorm Rep.; Amherst Col- 
lege Athletic Trainer; Intramurals. 

ZILINSKAS, S. R.; Waltham; Elementary Educa- 
tion; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

ZINK, J. W.; So, Dartmouth; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Bridge Cor- 
respondent; Tau Beta Pi. 

ZIVE, C. J.; Worcester; Elementary Education; 



Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sunnshine Comm., 
Cultural Comm., Scholarship Comm.; Scrolls; 
FHillel; Dorm Gov't., Secretary, Treasurer, 
Floor Rep.; Ski Club; Intramural Volleyball, 
Swimming. 

ZUBE, S. R.; Dracut; Marketing. 

ZUCH, P. A.; Scarsdale, N.Y,; Sociology; South- 
west Assembly, Dorm Rep., Secretary; Com- 
monwealth Scholar; Dean's List; Ski Club. 

ZYGMONT, j. J.; Hadley; A and F Economics; 
Phi Sigma Delta. 



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ABBOTT, ELMONTE. 
ABBOTT, ROBERT W, II 
ABRAMSON, GARY B. 
ABROMSON, ELLEN). 
ABUSAMRA, MARKS. 
ACKLEY, BRUCE H. 
ADAMS, DEMISE R. 
ADAMS, ELIZABETH M. 
ADRIANCE, RICHARD T. 
ACOSTINO, FRANKJ. 
ACUIAR, DANIELI. 
AHERN,|AMESf. 
AHERN,MARYE. 

AIKEN, STEPHEN!. 

AIMANOVICH, AGNES M. 

AINSWORTH,ALANR. 

AIRD, THOMAS L.,|R, 

AKILLIAN, NANCY L. 

AKINS, DENNIS M. 

ALBANO, JOYLEIN 

ALBERINCIAMESJ, 

ALDRICH, CHRISTOPHER H, 

ALDRICH, DOUGLAS L. 

ALDRICH, FRANK!. 

ALDRICH, SALLY M 

ALGINA, PATRICIA M, 

ALLAIN, RAYMOND R. 

ALLARD, MICHAEL A. 

ALLARDICE, RICHARDC. 

ALLEN, CHARLES L. 

ALLEN, CHRISTINAC. 

ALLEN, lACK 

ALLEN, lEFFERSONK. 

ALLEN, ROBERT M. 

ALLESSIO, ROSEMARY D 

ALPERT, HOLLISC. 

ALTFILLISCH, MICHAEL D 

ALWARD, ROBERT). 

AMATO, DAVID B. 

AMATO, ROBERT A. 

AMBROZY.CAROL A. 

AMIDON, KENNETH A 

ANDERBERC, SANDRA M 

ANDERS, NEIL R 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR F 

ANDERSON, CAROL A. 

ANDERSON, DALE E. 
ANDERSON, MICHAEL E. 
ANDERSON, POLLY 
ANDERSON, ROBERT M. 
ANDREWS, GAYNORT. 
ANDREWS, KEVIN T 
ANDREWS, WILLIAM N , |R. 
ANDRZE)CZYK, lOANNE 
ANGIER, DAVID A. 
ANGUS, CRAIG M. 
ANOP, MICHAEL P. 
ANSLEY, MARVIN R. 
ANTAYA, DAVID C. 
ANTHONY, DAVID B, 
ANTKOWIAK, MARILYN ). 
ANTONELLIS, PETER A. 
ANTOSIEWICZ, FRANK A. 
ANZALONE, PETER L 
APKIN, PHYLLIS R. 
APOSTOLA, NICHOLAS K. 
APPEL, KENNETH M. 
APPEL,SAULL. 
APRANS, KARL 
ARCHIBALD, ANNE 
ARCHIBALD, CATHY HUNT 
ARCHIBALD, DAVID B.,)R. 
ARGENTATI, lAMESB. 
ARMELACOS, ADINA 
ARMENTROUT, EMMETT F. 
ARMSTRONG, LOLA D. 
ARMSTRONG, PAUL L. 
ARMSTRONG, RICHARD E. 
ARNOLD, CAROLINE G. 
ARNOLD, DENNIS). 
ARNOLD, KEITH T. 
ARNOLD, MARK G. 
ARNOTT, MARY A. 
ARONER, MARCR. 
ARONSTEIN,)AYS. 
ARSENAULT,THEODORE W. 
ARSENEAULT, MICHAEL W 
ASACK, PATRICIA A. 
ASHER, WILLIAM E. 
ASHLEY, PATRICIA B. 
ASSELIN, DEBORAH). 
ASSOIAN, SUSAN 
ATKINSON, CAROL 
ATWATER, STEPHEN). 
AUBREY, PHILIPS. 



AUFFHAMMER, VIRGINIA E. 

AUGELLO, LINDAA. 

AUSTIN, THOMAS). 

AVERY, LONNIED. 

AXON, NANCY L. 

AZIBERT, HENRI V. 

BABBITT, PRESTON S.,)R. 

BABEL, DAVID R. 

BACG, SUSAN HAUSCHILD 

BAILEY, DONALD W. 

BAILEY, FLOYD L. 

BAILEY, MARY I. 

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SIMONDS, AMYC 

SIMPSON, WILLIAM J, 

SINGER, ANN A. 

SINGLETON, KENNETH C. 

SINKEVITCH, CAROLJ. 

SIROIS, SUSAN E. 

SISTRUNK, WILLIE F 

SITES, JOHN G. 

SIZER, ROBERT W. 

SKANE, RICHARD J 

SKORUPSKLJOHN W. 

SLACK, PAUL G. 

SLICKMAN, JAN R, 

SLISKI,ANNH. 

SLOCOMBE, LYNNK. 

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SLOWE, JOANNE C. 

SLOWIK, PATRICIA M. 

SLOWIK, PHILIP P 

SLUTSKY, DAVIDS. 

SMALL, GEORGE N 

SMART, PHILLIP A. 

SMITH, BRADLEY A 

SMITH, DEBORAH A. 

SMITH, DEBRAK 

SMITH, EUGENE D. 

SMITH, GARY F. 

SMITH, GEOFFREYS 

SMITH, KATHRYNM. 

SMITH, LAWRENCE J. 

SMITH, LINDA M. 

SMITH, MELISSA S. 

SMITH, MICHAEL P 

SMITH, PAUL G. 

SMITH, PHILLIPJ. 

SMITH, SCOTT C 

SMITH, THOMAS P 

SMITH, WENDY S 

SMITH, WILLIAM H 

SMOLLAR, MICHAEL A. 

SNEIDER, ARTHUR L 

SNIDER, SUSAN M 

SNYDER, BARRY D 

SNYDER, MYRAR 

SOBLE, CAROLE 

SOCKOL, RICHARD A. 

SOHA.JUDY A. 
SOKOL, KENNETH W 
SOKOLOW, HOWARD M 
SOLDAN, DONNE 
SOMERVILLE, RONALDS 
SOMMERS, ELLEN A 
SOPER, JAMES W. 
SORCINELLI.EUCENIOG, 
SOULE, LINCOLN C 
50ULI0TIS, THOMAS P 
SPARLING, DAVID) 
SPARROW, ELIZABETH M 
SPEARS, MARJORY A 
5PEETER, GREGORY L. 
SPENCER, ARTHUR C. 
SPENCER, JAMES A 
SPENCER, JOYCE E. 
SPENCER, ROBERT J. 
SPERA, ALANJ. 
SPEZESKI, PATRICIA M. 
SPIELMAN, JAMES D, 
SPIER, DANIEL L. 
SPITZ, ROBERT A, 
SPIVACK, MICHAELS. 
SPOKAS, LESLEY RICE 
5PONGBERG, ROBERT A. 
SPRAGUE, ROBERTV. 
SPRING, SUSAN K. 
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STACY, ARTHUR L. 
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STANLEY, JUDITH F 
STANLEY, ROBERT P. 
STANTON, WILLIAM R. 
STANUCH, KATHLEEN A. 



STARKS,ALI 
STARR, CLIFFORD B 
STARSIAK, RONALD E 
STATHIS, KAREN A, 
STAVRAKIS, GEORGES. 
STEC, ROMAN F. 
STEELE, ARTHUR C, 
STEELE, JOANNE 
STEFANINI, THERESA 

MCLAUGHLIN 
STEFANINI, VICTOR T. 
STEIGMEYER, TIMOTHY A. 
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STENSON, ROGER J 
STEPHENS, CRAIG P 
STEVENS, JOHN A. 
STEVENS, ROBERT M. 
STEVENS, WILLIAM H. 
STEWART, KENNETH A. 
STIER.CHRISTINET 
STILES, JOANNE 
STOCKER, MARGARET D 
STOKES, ROBERT E. 
STONE, BRIAN M. 
STORK, ANNE J. 
STOWELL, JOHNS. 
STRANIERI, PAULAA. 
STREETER, HAROLD M. 
STROBBE, RICHARD H. 
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STUTSMAN, EDWARD W 
SUBOLOSKY, JANET L. 
SUBOTIN, VICTORIA A. 
SUCHECKI, ROBERT K. 
SUDIKOFF, STEPHEN J. 
SULHAM.CATHLEENE. 
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SULLIVAN, JOAN M. 
SULLIVAN, MARGARET M. 
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SULLIVAN, THERESEM. 
SULLIVAN, WAYNE E. 
SUSSMAN, STEPHEN G. 
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SWAIN, THOMAS D. 
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SWEENEY, CHRISTIE A. 
SWEENEY, PATRICK 
SWEENEY, PAULF 
SWELLIE, ROBERTC 
SWINDELL, CYNTHIA A 
SYDOW, KENNETH G. 
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TABBI, STEVEN G. 
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TAUSSIG, PETER D, 
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TAYLOR, MALCOLM R, 
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THALL.JOELJ 
THAYER, KARL F 
THIBEAULT, LAWRENCE J 



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THOMAS, CARL D 
THOMAS, GEORGE E III 
THOMAS, MARCIA A. 
THOMAS, NANCY 
THOMAS, WILLIAM J. 
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THOMPSON, FRANCIS E. 
THOMPSON, PATRICIA A 
THORNE, PAMELA R. 
THORNTON, JUNE C. 
TIANO, ROY A. 
TICK, DAVID B, 
TIERNEY, ROBERT M. 
TILBE, ROBERT J 
TILTON,)OANNEM. 
TIMMERMAN, lAYNEC. 
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TODD, SUSAN E 
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TOLHURST, KIRKD 
TOMASZEWSKI, MICHAEL C. 
TOMKUS, CATHLEENM. 
TOMSKI, MARIORIE A. 
TONRY, ROBERTS. 
TOOLE, WILLIAM M. 
TOOMEY, MARY-ELIZABETH 
TORKILDSEN,TRINAN. 
TOROSIAN, KENNETH M. 
TORTI, VICTOR A, 
TOURTELOTTE, MARTIN C 
TOZLOSKI, DENNISC. 
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TRAVERS, ALAN M. 
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TROTTER, RICHARD A. 
TROVATO, ANTHONY 
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TRUESDELL, DELMERH. 
TRUMBORE, LEWIS C, 
TSOUMAS, PANAYIOTIS G. 
TUCH, STEVENS. 
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TURNER, RICHARDD, JR. 
TURNER, ROBERTS. 
TURNER, ROBERT) 
TURTON, SANDRA) 
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TWITCHELL, SUSANJ. 
TWOHIG, STEPHEN F. 
TYLER, SUSAN L. 
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UNDERWOOD, KAYS 
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VAJCOVEC, SUSAN F 
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VANDERBURGH, LAURA V 
VANDERLEEDEN,MARC 
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VASQUEZ, GEORGE 
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VITELLO, RICHARDD 
VOLIN, KATHYH. 
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WAEGELEIN, WILLIAM L. 
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WALDRON, VIRGINIA A. 
WALGREEN, JEFFREY R. 
WALACE, KATHLEEN A. 
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WALSH, DANIEL C. 
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WALWORTH, SHERRY B. 
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WASSEL, STEPHEN P 
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WEBB, VICKIE 
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WEEKS, MONIQUEM. 
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WEINER, HARRIET L. 
WEINER, JAMES L. 
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WEISS, ROBERT M. 
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WELLS, DELEON 
WELTMAN, MICHAEL A. 
WENTWORTH, NEIL A. 
WESLEY, CHARLES L. 
WESOLOWSKI, JOHNS- 
WEST, KAREN O. 
WEST, ROBERTS. 
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WHALEN.JOHN M. 
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WHISLER.MARK A. 
WHITAKER, ROBERTA A. 
WHITAKER, ROBINSON 
WHITE, BRIAN F 
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WHITE, JEAN M. 
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WHITE, RICHARD A. 
WHITE, ROBERT W. 
WHITE, SUSAN E. 
WHITE, SUSAN N. 
WHITE, THOMAS S 
WHITING, WILLIAM R, JR. 
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WHITNEY, DANA P. 
WHITNEY, JOHN C 
WHITNEY, MARCIA L. 
WHITSETT, KENNETH R. 
WHOLLEY, JOSEPHS. 
WIATER, MICHELEC. 
WIGHT, STEPHEN H. 
WILBUR, BRUCE A. 



WILBY, BRUCE R. 
WILCOX, ANTHONY R. 
WILDER, MICHELE 
WILL, WILLIAM 
WILLIAMS, CRAIG V. 
WILLIAMS, DEBORAH K. 
WILLIAMS, DENNIS S. 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD R. 
WILLIAMS, JAMES C 
WILLIAMS, JOHN P., JR. 
WILLIAMS, KENNETH M. 
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WOODS, WILLIAM T 
WOODWARD, DAVID K. 
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WOODWARD, NANCY J. 
WOOLLARD, WINCHESTER 
WORDELL, ROBERTS. 
WORMWOOD, CARLA L 
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WRIGHT, KATHERINE 
WYETH, STEPHEN R. 
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WYZANSKY, STANLEY N. 
YAFFE, JOANNE 
YARMACSUSANJ 
YARSITES, JEANS. 
YEATES, ELLEN L. 
YELLE, SUSAN M. 
YESTRAMSKI,JOAN 
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YORK, JEREL L. 
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ZAJDEK, MICHAEL A. 
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ZIZIS, JOHN A. 
ZONDERMAN, ALAN S. 
ZORZIN, JOSEPH J. 
ZURYLO, BEVERLY 
ZWEIG, MIGUEL D. 



LIES MY TEACHER TOLD ME 

"The mail must go through." 

"A penny saved is a penny earned.' 

"Children should be seen and not heard." 

"Silence is golden." 

"Everyone is equal before the law." 

"You are innocent until proven guilty." 

"Honesty is the best policy." 

"Spare the rod and spoil the child." 

"Blondes have more fun." 

"Nice girls don't call boys on the phone." 



"The Good Housekeeping seal of approval insures a superior 
product." 



"IQ tests really prove how smart you are." 

"Those who have had four years to make peace and could not, should 
not be given another chance . . " 



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"The long drawn-out, unpopular 
war in southeast Asia and the Water- 
gate scandal have compromised 
executive leadership. Continuing 
racial and class frictions have eroded 
our self-image as a nation of equal 
opportunity and progressive democ- 
racy. A sense of frustration and fa- 
tigue pervades American life the 
Watergate scandal and its accompa- 
nying revelations which call into 
question the very legitimacy of our 
political institutions and have deep- 
ened the prevalent mood of confu- 
sion and self-doubt in the land." 




Several weeks ago, with Watergate 
dominating the headlines, a Senate 
report said that some twelve million 
Americans are still mal-nourished 
and that their numbers would prob- 
ably increase as a result of higher 
food prices. To me, this is as much of 
a scandal as Watergate. And neglect- 
ing those hungry twelve million is 
part of the mind-set that can tolerate 
bugging, stealing files, and other ac- 
tions that undermine democracy. 



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I believe we can achieve a new, 
greater America, a golden, promised 
land for blacks as well as whites — a 
land of justice, a land of decency, a 
land of joy and democracy. Come 
then, all Americans of good-will, 
black and white together, let us join 
hands and hearts — let white Ameri- 
cans join with black Americans to 
rekindle the American Dream, and 
to sing, in the words of Langston 
Hughes: 

"O let America be America again — 
The land that never has been yet — 
and yet must be." 




In 1960, $2,600 separated black median 
income from white. By 1970, that dollar 
gap had grown to $3,800. The Urban 
institute has projected that blacks will 
not reach the "1968 level" of white 
incomes until 1978, of housing until 
1992, of infant mortality rates until 
1994, and of life expectancy until 2019. 
These projections indicate that young 
black people can, in their entire life- 
times, never catch up to the white lev- 
els of even five years ago. 



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Where no one else can find me 
And silently remind me 

of the happiness and the good times 
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Your time and effort expended 
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Despite the problems and frus- 
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