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NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART 



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We become 

the places we inhabit 

our faces grow transparent 

as their names, frail 

with holy surprise 

— Joyce Carol Oates 




thirty-six months 
of our lives 
times that seem 
like eternity 
as the hands 
of clocks 
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meeting friends 
watching the minutes 
pass too quickly 




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The library 
is the only 
place where a 
person can 
find Chaucer 
and the New 
York Times in 
the same 
company. And 
it often is the 
only place 
where the 
mind can read 
the written 
word of others 
and adapt it to 
its own 
thoughts. 





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To recognize beauty in both the real and the ideal 
is an intensely personal joy — 

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When others participate in the excitement of a successful work it heightens 
their awareness of self and furthers the mastery of the art of seeing. 



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What if it should turn out eternity 

Was but the steeple on our house of life 

That made our house of life a house of worship? 





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Newton College was founded in 1946 by the Society of the Sacred Heart at the urging of the late Richard 
Cardinal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston. In 1950, bachelor of arts degrees were awarded to the thirty-four women 
who comprised the first graduating class. 

Mother Eleanor Kenny was the college's foundress and she remained President until 1956 when Mother Gabrielle 
Husson succeeded her. It was under Mother Husson's direction that the original campus facilities were expanded to 
the present plan. 



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Barat House, formerly the estate of the Schrafft family, and the Putman Art Center, formerly the Harriman 
residence, were the only existing structures in 1946. In the following year, the north wing of Stuart House was 
erected and a further addition was completed in 1955. Cushing House was constructed in 1955 as well, and at that 
time the entering freshman class numbered one hundred. Duchesne East and West were added to the campus in 
1957 and Hardey House, the largest dormitory, was built in 1959. The Newton College Chapel, with a seating 
capacity of nine hundred, was completed in 1962, and two years later the Student-Faculty Center was added to 
Stuart. Keyes South was built in 1965 and the Kenny-Cottle Library was completed in 1966. In 1969, the two most 
ambitious building projects, Keyes North and the Barry Science Pavilion, brought an era of construction and 
expansion at Newton to a close. At that time Dr. James J. Whalen became the third and current President of 
Newton College. 




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Compliments of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Toruno V. 



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Challenge Acceptance 







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Communion 
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Sunday, 
November 17, 1974 



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Christmas 
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Student Government Officers 

top to bottom: Nancy Lawlor — Sec, 

Margi Caputo — Vice-pres., Merita 

Hopkins — Treas., Jackie Regan — Pres. 





Senior Class Officers, left to right: Kathy O'Connor — 
JoAnn Hilliard — Pres., Donna Stimpson — Treas. 



Sec, Lee Costello — Vice-pres., 



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Junior Class Officers, left to right: Marie Novak — Vice-pres., Donna Gareri — Sec, Valerie 
Britt — Treas., Linda DePatie — Pres. 




Sophomore Class Officers, left to 
right: Marianne Egan — Treas., 
Linda Fortunato — Pres., Gina 
Annunziata — Vice-pres., absent: 
Mary Ashe — Sec. 



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Tennis Team 



Fall — 1974 





left to right: Patter Manthro, Mary Ellen Hackman, Renee Meier, Jane Branca, Polly Dolan, 
Mary Keppler, Dr. DiBenedetto, Coach. Not pictured: Barbara Boucher, Ann Reinhardt, 
Janet Rice, Laurie Noya, Mary Ward. 



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Sophomore Football Team 




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Senior Football Team 




Swimming Team, left to right: Nancy Maloy, Carol Limanek, Maggie Linsky, Lisa Marengi, Bar- 
bara MacLeod. Absent: Mary Keegan, Coach Bill Blank. 



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Yearbook Staff 



Louise Paul, Denise Tourigny and Barbara Trayers wish to thank 



Mary Liz Anderson 
Donnamarie Barbaro 
Jackie DeMars 
Monica Dursi 
Judy Fidgeon 
Anne Film 
Carol Finnegan 
Caryl Forristall 
Betsy Gaw 



Paula Giuggio 
Posey Holland 
Jean Hudson 
Rosemary Kane 
Carol Limanek 
Mary McCarthy 
Sandy McDonald 
Michael Moloney 
Joan Noel 
Marianne Palladino 



Mary Reis 
Dianne Robert 
Chris Sellars 
Anne Marie Simpkins 
Mary Beth Simpkins 
Donna Stimpson 
Linda Tonoli 
Beth Walsh 
Ann Welles 



with a very special thankyou to Mr. Arthur Garey 




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Florence Coen, Switchboard Operator 




Mr. Jack Cole, Guest Lecturer 



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For hundreds of young women, one 
of the most memorable faces among 
the many encountered during 
Freshmen Orientation belonged to our 
Dean of Students — affectionately in- 
troduced to us as "de la". 
From those first hectic days on it 
became apparent just how much 
Newton College needed her. With a 
tireless supply of warmth she proved to 
be genuinely concerned with our 
survival — more than that — our 

happiness. 





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To the variety of seemingly hopeless 
problems presented to her, she offered 
a variety of solutions. She was always a 
sympathetic listener. 

Sister de la Chapelle has maintained 
a significant role in the growth of 
Newton College — but perhaps more 
important — she will always be a very 
dear friend to us all. 




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Old Friends . . . 




Dr. Howard Sohn 



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Dr. Sherman Roddy 




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Dr. Harry Lewis 




Sr. Eileen Cohalan, R. S.C.J. 



Madres Torres,R. S.C.J. 



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Sr. Florence Ashe, R. S.C.J. Sr. Frances Cunningham, R. S.C.J. 



Dr. Judith Wurtman 



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Dr. Frances Fergusson 




Dr. Bruce Bank 



Dr. Helen Cowie 



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Father Bob Braunreuther 




Dr. Donald Krier 



Mrs. Elizabeth Buckley 



Dr. Nelson Hartunian 



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Captain Thomas M. Dargan 



Lt. Arthur Rooney 



Lt. Richard E. Duffy 






Patrolman Edward J. Herrick 



Patrolman John Coffey 



Patrolman Edward J. Pendergast 




In the spring of 1969 the federally 

funded Law Enforcement Education 

Program was instituted at Newton College. 

In the fall of 1972 nine members of the 

Newton Police Department received 

Associate of Arts degrees and in the spring 

of 1975, they will be the first men to be 

awarded Bachelor of Arts degrees from 

Newton College. 









Traffic Inspector John W. Kiley 



Detective Richard P. Halloran 





Patrolman Salvatore Arico 



To these nine men, our fellow 
classmates, we offer our 
congratulations and warmest best 
wishes. 



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Emmy, Sandy and Karl See 
Resident Directors — Keyes North and South 



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Keyes North 



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Mrs. Frances Donahue 




Duchesnes — a little of each 



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Dottie, Bob and Geoff Engler 
Resident Directors, Duchesne — East and West 



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Lynn, Pat, John and Jason Auth 
Resident Directors — Hardey-Cushing 



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Stuart 



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Dr. James J. Whalen 
President, Newton College 1969-1975 



The office of college president is one in which popularity is extremely tenuous. 
That a man should hold that office in the midst of a community of women 
and with the degree of success which Dr. Whalen has achieved 
is particularly outstanding. 



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In moments of triumph and disappoint- 
ment he displayed the strength and 
dedication 

which proved he cared. 



And when he spoke to us of the "style and 
grace" which have always characterized 
Newton 

we felt certain he understood. 




To James J. Whalen the Class of 1975 dedicates this yearbook. 



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Walter Borton 
Assistant to the President 




Betty Shields 

Secretary to the President 





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Ann Keleher 

Secretary in the President's Office 




Dottie Engler 
Dean of Students 



Graeme Baxter 
Assistant Academic Dean 




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Thomas R. Salm 
Business Manager 




Richard O. Dee 

Assistant Business Manager 



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Mary O'Brien 

Secretary to the Assistant Academic Dean 




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Susanne Humphrey 

Administrative Assistant to the Academic Dean 




Mary Ellen McNamara 
Secretary to the Dean of Students 




Priscilla Sliney 

Secretary; Academic Dean 



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Anne Duffey Phelan 

Director of Development and Alumnae Affairs 




Ellen M. Engler 

Director of Student Activities and Financial 

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Nancy Hines Viehmann 
Director of Career Counseling 




Joan S. Norton 
Registrar 





Gertrude Lanigan 
Secretary to the Registrar 



Lynette Dennis 
Registrar's Office 



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Charles R. Botticelli, Ph.D. 

Director, Division of Science and Mathematics Biology 



Doris Ingram Lewis, Ph.D. 
Chairperson-Chemistry Department 






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Mary Day Albert, Ph.D. 
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Charles Levy, Ph.D. 
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Kenneth J. Preskenis, Ph.D. 
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Chairperson — Modern Language Department 



Maria Fuster, M.A. 
Spanish 




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Mme. Nelly Courtois 
French 



Ellen A. Taxer, Ph.D. 
German 




Richard H. Miller, Ph.D. 
History 



John H. Flannagan Jr. Ph.D. 
History 





James McClain, B.A. 
History 



Marie M. McHugh, Ph.D 
Director, Division of Humanities 
History 



Vera Erdely, M.A. 
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Philosophy 



L. Edward Kamoski, Ph.D. 
Philosophy 




Sister Elizabeth S. White, R.S.C.J., Ph.D. 
Chairperson — English Department 





Robert J. Curran M.A. 
Philosophy 




Antoinette De B. Frederick, M.A. 
English 




Mary A. McCay, Ph.D. 
English 



Catherine B. Stevenson, Ph.D. 
English 





Sr. Catherine E. Maguire, R.S.C.J., Ph.D. 
English 



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Sr. Carol Putnam, R.S.C.J., Ph.D. 
Art History 




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Philip Marcus, M.A. 
Art History 



Elizabeth T. Scharlack, M.A. 
Art History 



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Emmett W. Windham, M.M. 
Chairperson — Music Department 





Francis J. Dolan, M.F.A. 
Drama 



Anthony Rauche 
Piano 



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Vincent Solomita, B. Arch. 
Art Studio 



John M. Stecznski, M.F.A. 
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Art Studio 




Marianna Pineda 
Art Studio 

Robert Pero, M.F.A. 
Art Studio 





Elaine Biganess Livingstone, M.Ph. 
Art Studio 




John W. Boardman, 
Art Studio 



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Robert G. Rogers, Ph.D 

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Edith Durand, M.A. 

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Psychology 




Edward Mulholland, Ph.D. 
Economics 




Cynthia M. Latta, Ph.D 
Economics 





Mary Grace Baron, Ph.D 
Psychology 




Michael Morris, M.A. 
Psychology 



Margaret Mary Gorman, R.S.C.J., Ph.D. 
Chairperson — Psychology Department 




Boleslaw Wysocki, Ph.D. 
Psychology 





Lubomir Gleiman, Ph.D. 
Chairperson — Political Science 




Philippe de Lacoste, Ph.D. 
Political Science 





Joseph F. Conway, M.A. 
Political Science 



James C. Berger, Ph.D 
Political Science 



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Austin H. Lawrence, M.S. 
Sociology 



Mary Clarissa Donahue, Ph.D. 
Sociology 




Marion D. deB. Kilson, Ph.D. 
Chairperson — Sociology Department 



Andrew Karmen 
Sociology 






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Chairperson — Education Department 





LucyT. Ulman, Ph.D. 
Education 



Robert B. Richards, M.Ed. 
Education 



Sr. Veronica Cotter, R. S.C.J. 
Coordinator of the Sports Program 
Coordinator of the Sacristry 




S. Murray Simons 
Controller 





left to right, 
Beverly Sweetnam 
Bernice Bluestein 
S. Murray Simmons 
Elizabeth Lochrie 
seated 

Gloria Fugazzotto 
Treasury Office Staff 




Patricia Moloney, Library Staff 
Susan Lee, Reference Librarian 



J. Jeremy Slinn 
College Librarian 







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Rev. Lawrence McAuliffe, C.S.C. 
Chaplain 



Rev. John J. Begley, S.J. 
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Paul Gorman 

Director of Human Resources 



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Marion Eckian 
Business 



Margaret Anderson 
College Nurse 




Margaret Dever 

Director of Continuing Studies 



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Mrs. Root, Secretary in the Business Office 



Mrs. Latson, Secretary in the Development Office 



Mrs. Tobin, Secretary to the Faculty 




Mrs. Connelly, Secretary in the Development 

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Director of Mail Services 




Earl Friot 

Director of the Physical Plant 





John Grogan 

Director of Food Service 



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Mary Pignatelli 
Driector, College Press 



Irene Merriam 
Assistant, College Press 




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Winky Casey 




Eileen Marie Sutherland 





Monica Dursi 



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Suzanne M. Laskas 





Barbara A. Flaherty 




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Mary Ann Eagan 





Margaret Anne Lyons 





Eileen Carroll O'Neill 



Judy Fidgeon 



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Deidre Brennan 




Deborah Ann Joyce 




Tina Gavaller 



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Mary Kathleen Dwyer 



Jane Lamkin 



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Mary Ann Flegal 



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Joanne Dominique Manfredi 



M. Kearin Paredes 




Christine A. Bernhard 



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Posey Holland 




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Mary Therese Stevens 





Margaret Mary Caputo 



Mary Therese McDonough 



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Louise Estelle Paul 




Caryl Ann Forri stall 



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Jacqueline deMars 



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Lisa Antonelli 



Nancy Coughlin 



Mary Ann Jehling 




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Kathleen E. Joyce 




Arline Michelle Sheehan 



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Anne Marie Simpkins 



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Donna Catherine Stimpson 



Nancy Louise Lawlor 



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Mary Jane Flaherty 



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Ellen A. Mahony 



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Ann Brennan 



Joanne M. Capolupo 



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Karen Eleanor Simon 




Dianne Marie Robert 




Janice Patricia Mogan 



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Catherine Mary LoConto 




Laurie Louise Lawless 



Susan J. Carey 



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Marcia L.V. Caudill 





Elizabeth Humphreys Otis 







Maura O'Connell 



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Kathleen Curry 









Nancy Lee Twomey 



Rosemary F. Capasso 



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Patricia Coppola 





Melanie Byrne 



Barbara Ellen Callahan 



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Alix Decker Clemente 





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Rosemary Grenier 



Dorothy M. Mulderrig 





Kathleen Mary Raidt 



Teresa Valdes-Fauli 




Ellen Leckinger 
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Lynn Patricia McCrystal 




Eileen M. Fay 




Rosemary Kane 



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Jane Branca 





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Cooke Young 



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Denise L. Latson (Deni) 




Joan Ellen Pederson 



Carol Fitzpatrick 




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Mary Ellen Hackman 



Debbie Brennan 




Deborah Marie Me lino 



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Susan J. Keefe 



Donna Lenzycki 



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Mary Ann Young 



Moira A. Nestor 




Debbie A. Quinn 



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Linda Marie Tonoli 



Deborah Antionette Delaney 



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Elise Marie Barry 



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Regina Kelly 











Betsy Mason 



Rosemary Elizabeth Bitetti 



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Jean Kanski 




Donna Marie Barbaro 




Michelle Marie O'Malley 



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Laura B. Zerbinati 





Denise Lenore Tourigny 



Helen Ann Fox 



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Mary L. Ferris 




Carol J. Finigan 




Claudia Wong-Valle J. 



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Karen M. Foley 




Catalina Echavarria 



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Janet Marie Reach 



Sheila Marie Re illy 



Marianne Palladino 



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Barbara Helen Trayers 





Paula Elaine Giuggio 



Margaret M. Brophy 



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Mary Ellen Quirk 





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AMY, Eileen Marie, Urban Studies and Spanish. 101 Hawthorn Place; Briarcliff Manor, New York. p. 173 

ANHUT, Frances Marie, Liberal Studies. 101 1 West Cross; Upsilanti, Michigan, p. 174. 

ANTONELLI, Lisa Marie, Psychology. 23 Landsdowne Lane; Rochester, New York. p. 142 

ARCHAMBAULT, Anne Marie, Psychology. 34 Howard Street; Pittsfield, Mass. p. 193. 

BARBARO, Donna Marie, English. 5339 S. Francisco; Chicago, Illinois, p. 166. 

BARRY, Elise Marie, Studio Art. 6 Malvern Lane; Scarsdale, New York. p. 164. 

BAUMAN, Nansi, Studio Art. 30 Park Avenue; New York, New York. p. 146. 

BERNHARD, Christine Ann, American Studies. 60 Singletary Lane; Framingham, Mass. p. 137. 

BITETTI, Rosemary Elizabeth, American Studies. 3 Timberline Drive; Huntington, Long Island, New York. p. 165. 

BRANCA, Jane Marie, Economics. 1 152 Brook Road; Milton, Mass. p. 157. 

BRENNAN, Ann Kearney, Modern Languages. 638 West 67th Street; Kansas City, Missouri, p. 148. 

BRENNAN, Deborah Ann, Urban Studies, 61 Ridgeway Circle; Springfield, Mass. p. 159. 

BRENNAN, Deirdre Mary, History. 128 Hillcrest Road; Needham, Mass. p. 134. 

BROPHY, Margaret M., Studio Art. 417 Underhill Place; Alexandria, Virginia, p. 171. 

BURNS, Susan G., Biology/Pre-Med.. 336 Fanuil Street; Brighton, Mass. p. 188. 

BYRNE, Melanie Ann, Biology. 144 Stanwood Lane; Manlius, New York. p. 153. 

CALLAHAN, Barbara Ellen, Spanish. 104 Forest Avenue; Glen Ridge, New Jersey, p. 153. 

CAPASSO, Rosemary Frances, Sociology and Spanish. 21 Harvester Road; Trumbull, Conn. p. 152. 

CAPOLUPO, Joanne M., English. 1 13 Templeton Street; Dorchester, Mass. p. 148. 

CAPUTO, Margaret Mary, English. One Bryant Street; Hartsdale, New York. p. 139. 

CARBONE, Rita, French. 56 Oak Lane; Essex Fells, New Jersey, p. 147. 

CAREY, Susan J. Psychology. 3 Fort Street; Fairhaven, Mass. p. 150. 

CASEY,' Elizabeth Winn, Political Science. Quarters #1 Fort Carson; Colorado Springs, Colorado, p. 131. 

CATALANE, Barbara Anne, Political Science. 2147 Cottonwood Drive; Sea Girts, New Jersey, p. 190. 

CAUDILL, Marcia Lynne Veronica, Studio Art. 14 Orkney Road; Brookline, Mass. p. 151 . 

CHART, Ann Barbara, Biology. 120 Larch Street; Providence, Rhode Island, p. 140. 

CHOUINARD, Joanne Denise, Biology/Pre-Med. 43 Bedard Street; Fall River, Mass. p. 188. 

CIACCIO, Mary Ann, American Studies. 250 Hoffman Road; Rochester, New York p. 181. 

CLEMENTE, Alix Decker, Psychology. 363 Loudonville Road; Loudonville, New York. p. 154. 

COLLINS, Penelope, English. 202 North Walnut Street; Ridgewood, New Jersey, p. 136. 

CONWAY, Mary Joanne, American Studies. 235 Bayberry Lane; Westport, Conn. p. 184. 

COPPOLA,' Patricia, Chemistry. 1 1 University Court South, Orange, New Jersey, p. 153. 

CORRADO, Joanne Lee, French. 8 Conway Place; Kingston, New York. p. 178. 

COSTELLO, Lee Carter, Political Science. 349 Adams Street; Milton, Mass. p. 184. 

COSTELLO' Mary Elizabeth, Psychology. 12 Sterling Road; Wellesley, Mass. p. 177. 

COUGH LIN, Nancy, Psychology. 31 Morton Road; Arlington, Mass. p. 142. 

COX, Bonita Portia, Sociology. 1 1 Mamelon Circle; Mattapan, Mass. p. 172. 

CULLEN, Alice Lenora, Psychology. 57 Cobleigh Street; Westwood Mass. p. 

CURRY, Kathleen Ann, Biology. 23 Rosalie Road; Needham, Mass. p. 152. 

CYR, Rebecca Joan, French. 417 Main Street; Van Buren, Maine, p. 186. 

DARO, Debbie, Philosophy. 40 New York Avenue; Metuechen, New Jersey, p. 

DE GRC>OT, Deborah Ann, Studio Art. 97 Kenwood Road; Garden City, New York. p. 194 

DELANEY,Deborah Antionette, History. 71 Parkton Road; Jamaica Plain, Mass. p. 163. 

deMARS, Jacqueline Marie, English. 100 Wildwood Street; Winchester, Mass. p. 141. 

DeMICHELE, Karen Marie, American Studies. 26 Granby Road; Worcester, Mass. p. 177. 

DEVINE, Barbara, Liberal Studies. 1 Sunset Avenue; Albany, New York. p. 194 

DOERRLER, Deborah Jeanne, Sociology. 41 1 -73rd Street; North Bergen, New Jersey, p. ' 

DRISCOLL,Jane Bernadette, English. 214 Glenmore Street; East Williston, New York. p. 

DUNN, Joanne, Sociology. 54 Goddard Street; Fall River, Mass. p. 187. 

DURSI, Monica Therese, Art Studio. 64 Sunny Valley Lane; New Milford, Conn. p. 131. 

DWYER, Mary Kathleen, English. 315 West 40th Street; Erie, Pennsylvania, p. 135. 



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EAGAN, Mary Ann, American Studies. 58 Hartwell Road; West Hartford, Conn. p. 132 

ECHAVARRIA, Catalina, Sociology. AA# 35-43; Medellin, Colombia, p. 169. 

ENWONWU, Chio Maureen, English. 162 Hunnewell Avenue; Newton, Mass. p. 182. 

FAGAN, Cecilia Marie, Political Science. 71 1 Westwood Drive; Herkimer, New York. p. 180. 

FAXON, Joanne Fazzano, English. 563 Durham Road; Madison, Conn. p. 162. 

FAY, Eileen M., Psychology. 1 1 Blue Rock Drive; Stamford, Conn. p. 156. 

FERRIS, Mary Louise, Sociology. 58 Abbott Street; Pittsfield, Mass. p. 168. 

FIDGEON, Judith Eleanor, English. 27 Monument Square; Charlestown, Mass. p. 133. 

FINIGAN, Carol Jean, Economics. Bartlett Hill; Concord, Mass. p. 168. 

FITZPATRICK, Carol Clare, Art History. 8 Pickwick Road; West Newton, Mass. p. 158. 

FITZSIMONS, Carol Ann Economics. 705 Evergreen Avenue; Hamden, Conn. p. 169. 

FLAHERTY, Barbara A., Economics. Pink House Road; Sewickley, Pa. p. 132. 

FLAHERTY, Mary Jane, Psychology. 373 St. Cloud Avenue; West Orange, New Jersey, p. 146. 

FLEGAL, Mary Ann, Math. 49 Hilltop Terrace; Chatham, New Jersey, p. 136. 

FOLEY, Karen Mary, Economics. 3 Lea Place; Rye, New York, p. 169. 

FORRISTAL, Caryl Ann, Biology. 23 Semont Road; Dorchester, Mass. p. 140. 

FORTIN, Barbara, Liberal Studies. 9 Schuyler Hills Road; Loudonville, New York. p. 194 

FOX, Claudia, Political Science. 353 Calumet Blvd.; Harvey, Illinois, p. 194. 

FOX, Helen Ann, Economics. 1 1 Sunset Drive; Manchester, New Hampshire, p. 167. 

FRERE, Cynthia Ann Crowe, French. North Street; Litchfield, Conn. p. 160. 

GALLACHER, Susan Farrell, Liberal Studies. 544 Third Street; Brooklyn, New York. p. 178. 

GARONE, Annina, Psychology. 147 Winthrop Road; Brookline, Mass. p. 183. 

GAVALLER, Cristina Carmen, German and Spanish. 184 Pine Grove Avenue; Newton, Mass. p. 134. 

GAW, Elizabeth Mary, Psychology. 79 North Gate Road; Manchester, New Hampshire, p. 178. 

GETCHIS, Joanne L., Studio Art. 351 Ackerman Avenue; Mountainside, New Jersey. 

GIBNEY, Paula Ann, Psychology. 20 Silver Birch Drive; New Rochelle, New York. p. 181 

GIUGGIO, Paula Elaine, Economics. 201 Belvidere Avenue; Fanwood, New Jersey, p. 171. 

GLENDENING, Judith F., Psychology. 235 Wellesley Street; Weston, Mass. 

GORMAN, Janice Jane, Biology. 5914 Charlesmeade, Baltimore, Maryland, p. 164. 

GRENIER, Rosemary, Psychology. 5242 Pratt Drive; New Orleans, La. p. 154. 

GREUS, Debbie Lee, Psychology. 67 School Street; Saugus, Mass. p. 1 72. 

HACKMAN, Mary Ellen, Art Studio. 180 Miantonomo Drive; Warwick, Rhode Island, p. 159. 

HARMON, Amy Cecelia, Psychology. 76 Dannell Drive; Stamford, Conn. p. 175. 

HARRON, ReneeJ., English. 1 192 Park Avenue; New York City, New York. p. 176. 

HATTON, Enid Vaune, Biology. 46 Parkway; Fairfield, Conn. p. 193. 

HILLIARD, JoAnn Eve, Art History. 671 Timber Lane; Lake Forest, Illinois, p. 162. 

HOLLAND, Roseann Laura, Studio Art. 400 Middlesex Road; Darien, Conn. p. 138. 

HOLT, Deborah Mullin, American Studies. 30 Williams Street; North Easton, Masss. p. 130. 

HOURAHAN, Marilyn, Psychology. 42 Westwood Avenue; Rumford, Rhode Island, p. 175. 

HUSDON, Jean M., Psychology. 1 17 Georgian Ct. Road; Rochester, New York. p. 174 

HUGHES, Kathleen Terese, Psychology. 24 Blue Ribbon Drive; Westport, Conn. p. 179. 

HUNDLEY, Aileen Patricia, History. 90 Buckhaven Hill; Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, p. 136. 

INFERRERA, Donna Marie, Psychology. 38 Dartmouth Street; Watertown, Mass. p. 185, 

IVEY, Jacqueline, Sociology. 6 Mills Street; Roxbury, Mass. p. 189. 

JAXTIMER, Joanne Young, Psychology. 131 Pond View Drive; Centerville, Mass. p. 182. 

JEHLING, Mary Ann, Economics. 5 Country Club Acres; St. Charles, Missouri, p. 142. 

JOYCE, Deborah Ann, Psychology. Bacon Hill Road; Pleasantville, New York. p. 134. 

JOYCE, Kathleen E., American Studies. 5 Thornewood Drive; New City, New York. p. 143. 

KANE, Rosemary Peppard, English. 2 Van Rensselaer Avenue; Stamford, Conn. p. 156. 

KANSKI, Jean Margaret Frances, Biology. 140 Eak Street; Indian Orchard, Mass. p. 166. 

KEEFE, Susan Jean, Sociology. 706 Ocean Avenue; West Haven, Conn. p. 160. 




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KELLY, Regina, Psychology. 245 Cherry Avenue Apt. L-16; Watertown, Conn. p. 165. 
KIRBY, Anne Elizabeth, English. 9 Ellsworth Road; Sharon, Conn. p. 182. 
KIRBY, Deborah Ann, Psychology. 198 Lowell Road; Wellesley Hills, Mass. p. 179. 
KROGSTAD, Francesco Ruth, German. 10 Maple Street; Woodsville, New Hampshire, p. 148. 
LAMKIN, Jane Elizabeth, Psychology. 37 Round Hill Drive; Stamford, Conn. p. 135. 
LASKAS, Suzanne Magrette, Biology. 10 Mineola Avenue; Pt. Lookout, New York. p. 
LATSON, Denise L., American Studies. 18 Wayne Street; Roxbury, Mass. p. 158. 
LAWLESS, Laurie Louise, French. 27 Beattie Drive; Florence, Mass. p. 150. 
LAWLOR, Nancy Louise, Biology. 1029 South Main Street; Fall River, Mass. p. 145. 

LENZYCKI, Donna Jean, Psychology. 1 1- Huckleberry Drive; Norwalk, Conn. p. 160. 

LILLIBRIDGE, Sharon Louise, English. Box 171; Burlington, Conn. p. 191. 

LIMANEK, Carol Anne, Psychology. 75 DeForest Heights; Burlington, Vermont, p. 144. 

LINDAHL, Susan Ann, Psychology. 249 Westfield Street; West Springfield, Mass. 184. 

LoCONTO, Catherine Mary, Liberal Studies. 172 Plantation Street; Worcester, Mass. p. 15( 

LUCCHESI, Kimberly Ann, Studio Art. 40 Deer Hill Avenue; Danbury, Conn, p. 183. 

LYONS, Margaret Anne, English. 5 Parsonage Road; Greenwich, Conn. p. 133. 

MAHONEY, Elizabeth Ann, Sciology. 133 First Avenue; Gloversville, New York. p. 141 

MAHONY, Ellen Ann, Psychology. 53 Brewster Road, Windsor, Conn. p. 147. 

MALACHOWSKI, Carlo Anne, History. RFD #2 "Longwood"; Lyme, Conn. p. 146. 

MANFREDI, Joanne Dominique, Science/Pre-Med. American Embassy; A.P.O., New York, 09794. p. 137. 

MARYANSKI, Carol Ann, Studio Art. 101 Beach Street; Bloomfield, New Jersey. 

MARBLE, Barbara Ford, English. 2028 Lexington Parkway; Schenectady, New York. p. 130. 

MARTYAK, Stephanie Marie, Urban Studies. 838 Washington Street; Freeland, Pennsylvania, p. 138. 

MASON, Mary Elizabeth, Psychology. Valcour; Peru, New York. p. 165. 

McCARTHY, Joanne, Political Science. 35 Pilgrim Road; West Springfield, Mass. p. 162. 

McCARTHY, Lisa Jane, American Studies. 1 1 Old Colony Road; Worcester, Mass. p. 176. 

McCARTHY, Mary Charlene, Psychology. 245 Emerson Street; South Boston, Mass. p. 176. 

McCAVITT, Mary Jane, English. 1537 Sinclair Drive; McLean, Va. p. 143. 

McCORMICK, Patricia Jean, Economics. 13 Pont Street; Great Neck, New York. p. 191. 

McCRYSTAL, Lynn Patricia, Studio Art. 21 Leahy Street; Rumford, Rhode Island, p. 156. 

McDONALD, Sandra Marie, Liberal Studies. 6739 Longmeadow Avenue; Lincolnwood, Illinois, p. 188. 

McDONOUGH, Mary Therese, Studio Art. 135 Lynn Street; Harrington Park, New Jersey, p. 139. 

McGIVERN, Shawn Marie, English. 1835 Olde Gulph Road; Villanova, Penn. p. 190. 

McGOVERN, Lynn Ann, Spanish. 9020 NE. 9 Avenue F3; Miami Shores, Florida, p. 192. 

McNAUGHTON, Pamela Ann English. 1824 Washington Street; Canton, Mass. p. 181. 

MELINO, Deborah Marie, Urban Studies. 42 Armington Avenue; Providence, Rhode Island, p. 159. 

MOGAN, Janice Patricia, Biology. 65 Juniper Drive; Norwood, Mass. p. 149 

MONAHAN, Susan Mary, Studio Art. 1071 Canton Avenue; Milton, Mass. p. 180. 

MULDERRIG, Dorothy Margaret, English. 600 Seney Avenue; Mamaroneck, New York. p. 154. 

NASH, Joan E., Psychology. RFD 1 Spur Road; West Redding, Conn. p. 147. 

NESTOR, Moira Anne, Psychology. 8 Damien Road; Wellesley Hills, Mass. p. 161. 

NICHOLSON, Margaret Anne, Psychology. 736 North King Street; South Windsor, Conn. p. 183. 

NICHOLSON, Maura Michaela, Studio Art. 4 Cottontail Trail, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, p. 173. 

NOEL, Joan Mary, History. 567 Bolton Road; Vernon, Conn. p. 141. 

O'BRIEN, Ann Christine, Studio Art. Jerusalem Road; Cohasset, Mass. p. 130. 

O'CONNELL, Maura, American Studies. 515 W. McKinley Avenue; Bridgeport, Conn. p. 151. 

O'CONNOR, Kathleen Mae, Urban Studies. 7 Rexhame Road; Worcester, Mass. p. 145. 

O'GRADY, Paula Lynn, Psychology. Box 1 189 Pierce House; Franklin, Mass. p. 192. 

O'MALLEY, Michelle Marie, Art History. 54 Brunswick Street; Springfield, Mass. p. 166. 

O'NEILL, Eileen Carroll, Biology. 237 Santa Fe Avenue; Hamden, Conn. p. 133. 

ONWENU, Ijeoma Nkeiruka, Biology. St. Andrews Church c/o Obosi P. A. Obosi; East Central State, Nigeria, p. 15 



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ORTUTAY, Phyllis Anne, French. 8A Roger Street; Highlands, New Jersey. 
OSAGE, Justine Ellen, Biology. 36 E. Lincoln Circle; Red Bank, New Jersey, p. 187. 
OTIS, Elizabeth Humphreys, Economics. 1963 Commonwealth Avenue Apt. 7; Brighton, Mass. p. 151. 
PALLADINO, Marianne, Studio Art. 513 East Gate Road; Ridgewood, New Jersey, p. 170 
PAREDES, M. Kegrin, Economics. 20 Winthrop Road; Hingham, Mass. p. 137. 
PASCIUCCO, Mary Rose, Studio Art. 8 Adrienne Drive; Canton, Mass. p. 187. 
PAUL, Louise Estelle, Biology. 1 16 Dulude Avenue; Woonsocket, Rhode Island, p. 140. 
PEDERSEN, Joan Ellen, Political Science. 14 Bauer Place; Westport, Conn. p. 158. 
PETTEE, Marianne Shea, American Studies. Two Compo Parkway; Westport, Conn. p. 185. 
PETRAZZOLO, Pamela Ann, American Studies. 60 Seaver Avenue; Staten Island, New York. p. 177. 
PIGNATELLI, Judith M., Romance Languages. 27 Pembroke Street; Newton, Mass. p. 189. 
QUIRK, Mary Ellen, Studio Art and French. 203 Old King's Highway North; Dgrten, Conn. p. 172. 
QUINN, Deborah Ann, Liberal Studies. 7 Robinia Drive; Loudonville, New York. p. 161. 
RAFFI, Rhonda C, English. 2 Everett Avenue; Winchester, Mass. p. 185. **r « 

RAIDT, Kathleen Mary, Political Science. 32 Blueberry Lane; Darien, Conn. p. 155. 
REACH, Janet Marie, Sociolo££. 307 York Street; Olean, New York. p. 170>V-J^ 
REECE, Sally Anne, Studio Art. Beaver Brook Circle; Amherst, New Hampshire. d„ 190. 
REGAN, Jacqueline H., Psychology. 1 133 Brooklyn Avenue; Brooklyn, New York. p. 144. 
REIFERS, Beth Marie, Psychology and Studio Art. 549 Oenoke Ridge; New Canaan, Conn. p. 191. 
REILLY, Sheila Marie, English. 45 Burlington Avenue; Rochester, New York. p. 170. 
RICE, Pamela Ann, English. 6624 Kingsbury Blvd.; St. Louis, Mo. p. 191 
ROBERT, Dianne Marie, Biology/Pre-Med. 41 Shawmut Street; Springfield, Mass. p. 
RYAN, Geraldine Redmond, Studio Art. 82 South Windsor Avenue; Brightwaters New York, p. 192. 
SANDKUHLER, Ellen J., Religion, c/o Leckinger 100 Greenvale Drive; Rochester, New York. p. 155. 
SELLERS, Christine Sophia, Studio Art. 493 Main Street; Osterville, Mass. p. 163. 
SHEEHAN, Arline Michelle, Biology. 422 Ocean Drive West; Stamford, Conn. p. 143. 
SHUTT, Lorraine Casey, Psychology. 139 Rockway Avenue; Weymouth, Mass. 
SIMON, Karen Eleanor, Psychology. 15 Hudson Road; Garden City, New York. p. 149. 
SIMPKINS, Anne Marie, Economics. 150 Kihade Trail; Medford Lakes, New Jersey, p. 144. 
SIMPKINS, Mary Elizabeth, Studio Art. 150 Kihade Trail; Medford Lakes, New Jersey, p. 138. 
SOLLITTO, Jo-Anne, Psychology. 3 Rolling Hill Way; Clark, New Jersey, p. 173. 
STEVENS, Mary Therese, Urban Studies. 20 Centre Street; Dennis Port Mass. p. 1 39. 
"5TIMPSON, Donna Catherine, Psychology. 24 Dryden Drive, Meriden, Conn. p. 145. 
STINSON, Jo Ann, Sociology. 545 Park Street; Dorcherster, Mass. p. 189. 
STOCKLEIN, Anna, Psychology. 300 North State Road; Briarcliff Manor, New York. p. 135. 
STUART, Susannah, Art History. 69 Pickwick Road; West Newton, Mass. p. 193. 
SUTHERLAND, Eileen Marie, Psychology. 136 Hillside Road; Sparta, New Jersey, p. 131. 
TONOLI, Linda Marie, Studio Art. 82 Charles Street; Lewiston, Maine, p. 163. 

TOURIGNY, Denise Lenore, Psychology, c/o E.J. Tourigny; 4 Lake Avenue; East Templeton, Mass. p. 167. 
TRAYERS, Barbara Helen, Art History. 8 Standish Drive, Canton, Mass. p. 171. 
TWOMEY, Nancy Lee, Psychology. 15 Hawthorne Road; Bronxville, New York. p. 152. 
TYRRELL, Patricia Mary, Political Science. 241 Bristol Road; Wellesley Hills, Mass. p. 179. 
VALDES-FAULI, Teresa M., American Studies. 271 Buttonwood Drive; Key Biscayne, Florida, p. 155. 
VERNON, Ann Mary, Psychology. 23 Lighthouse Way; Darien, Conn. p. 175. 
WALSH, Elizabeth M., Psychology. 255 Mortimer Road; Glencoe, Illinois, p. 186. 
WALTON, Bonita Ellen, Political Science and French. 138 Contour Drive; Cheshire, Conn. p. 174. 
WON-VALLE, Claudia Maria, Modern Languages. P.O. Box 1028; Mangua, Nicaragua, Central America, p. 168. 
YOUNG, Dorothea Cooke, Economics. 262 Sheffield Lane; Glen Ellyn, Illinois, p. 157. 
YOUNG, Mary Ann, Spanish. 103 Aspen Street; Floral Park, New York. p. 161. 
ilER&INATI, Laura B., Modern Language. Apartado 6832; Panama 5, Rep. de Panama, p. 167. 




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Best Wishes 
Normand 

The Sub Man 



GOOD LUCK GRADUATES! 



Leather World 



Newton Centre, Ma. 



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BEST OF LUCK TO THE GRADUATES! 

Compliments of 
THE NEW YORK GIANTS 



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Congratulations and Good Luck 

to our 

Junior Sisters! 
Love, 

The Class of '11 








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Claudia M. Wong-Valle 
Managua, Nicaragua 




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ASSOCIATES INC. 



ESE5 ^TL,TTcn>lMS 



,'OHN B FINIGAN 

PRESIDENT 
EMerson 9-2524 



OFFICE 

The Milldam 
Concord. Mass. 

EMerson 9-9765 



CtfttD2Ir^rilh£>& 

FACIAL SALON 

• THERAPUTIC PORE CLEANSING • BLEMISH CONTROL 

• FACIAL REJUVENATION • EPILATION - WAXING 

• MAKE-UP INSTRUCTION 

NEW LOCATION 

PICCADILLY SQUARE. NEWTON CENTRE 

TCL. 965 4930 



OFFERING CATHERINE HINDS FORMULADONS 
AND PLACENTA PRODUCTS 



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SOOTH 
PACIFIC 



CHINESE RESTAURANT 

1 152 Beacon Street 

Newton, Ma. 

332-7250 



Best Wishes to 
the class of '75 

Howard Johnson Motor Lodge 

300 Washington Street 
Newton, hAa. 02158 



NEW LIFE HEALTH FOODS 

101 Union Street 

Piccadilly Square 

Newton Centre, Ma. 

332-2831 



SHyr ASIC 

135 Branui *t. 

SEE ALL MAJOR 

SPORTING 

EVENTS 

ON OUR 4X6 

TV SCREEN 

Charbr oiled 

Burgers 

Steaks 

Sandwiches 

DART ROOM 

DISCO DANCING NIGHTLY 

247 - 9548 




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Compliments of 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Gibney 




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PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Noel Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Sellars 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Trayers Dr. and Mrs. John Reach 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. LoConto Adrian C. McNamara, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reilly Mr. and Mrs. John Devine 

Laurie Noya, Class of '11 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sutherland 

Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mahoney 

John R. Flegal Dr. and Mrs. William F. Bernhard 

A friend Charles Raffi, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. J.J. Brennan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Costello 

Col. and Mrs. F.J. Brophy Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. O'Brien, Jr. 

Mr. Charles C. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palladino 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. deMars Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sheehan 

l\Ar. and Mrs. Stephen J. Limanek Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Twomey 



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SUBSCRIBERS 



Mrs. Charles Grenier, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Reifers 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Anderson, Jr. 

Mr. John S. Cullen 

Dr. F.M. Canseco 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Stavola 

Dr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Carney 

Silhouette Restaurant 

Newton Co-Operative Bank 

Moore and Moore, Inc. 

Wiggen Realty 

Second Appearance 

Eastman Flowers 

House of Beauty 

Pewter Pot 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gauthier 

Barnett Fabric Store 



Wine and Cheese 

Delitzer Corporation 

Mr. and Mrs. William Surette 

Culligan Water Conditioning 

Dr. and Mrs. John J. O'Neill 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Carelli 

The Maryanski Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Mahony 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Percy M. Thurston 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Ciaccio 

Old Vienna Hofbrau 

Barclay International Travel 

Cheese and Wine Spot 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Quirk 

Dr. and Mrs. Jaime Quiroga 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Reece 



Best of Luck to the Class of 1 975 



Dr. and Mrs. A. Branca 



Good Luck Graduates! 
Compliments of 

Dr. and Mrs. K. Kanski 




4$ i 




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"Best wishes 
To The Class of 1975" 

MR. AND MRS. 
EUGENE G. CAPUTO 



Good Luck Graduates! 

Compliments 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh 




The Mom and Dad Pad 

When the folks come to visit, set them up in style at the Boston 
Marriott. They'll overlook the Charles River ... and we'll overlook 
nothing to make them feel wanted. The food's great . . . there's 
always something doing . . . and Newton's practically on campus. 
Make your reservations now. 



' /Au U- ^ *iw? ZJfcuf i4~ 



MMarriott 



OTOR MOTEL 



Commonwealth Ave. at Rt. 128 and Massachusetts Turnpike 
Newton, Mass., Phone (617) 969-1000 



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Mr. and Mrs. John F. DeGroot 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Driscoll 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. 

Tourigny 




FAMILY FASHION SHOES AHD ACCESSORIES 

• Sandler • Joyce • Caressa • Bass 

• Impoi Bort Carleton • Hush Puppies 

• Kork-Ease • Bare-Traps • Trotters 

• Scholl's • Cover Girl • Fred Braun 

• Clinic Nurse • Lazy Bone golf 

• Lazy Bone Boys • Jack Purcell's 

• Bata Sneakers • Krone Clogs 

• Safari Sandals • Jacques Cohen 

• Capezio Dance Footwear 

• Handbags • Bonnie Doon Socks 



1267 Centre St. 

at 
Newton Centre 



244-2027 



NEWTON CORNER HOUSE 

PIZZA 

HOT OVEN GRINDERS AND SUBS 

Store Hours 
Mon-Thurs: 11-11 

Fri-Sat: 11-12 
Sunday: 12:30-10 



Take out service 

283 Centre Street 
Newton Corner 



Mr. and Mrs. Raul Valdes-Fauli 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Munana 

Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Raymond P. Murphy 



965-2770 



FOCAL POINT OPTICIANS 



JOANNE AZZOTO 
Disp. Optician 



882 WALNUT STREET 

(4 Corners) Newton Ctr. 

corner Beacon & Walnut Sts. 




XT PICCADILLY SQUARE 




Best of Luck! 
Compliments of 

CENTRE PIZZA AND SUB SHOP 



SHOE HORN 




1400 BEACON ST 
BROOKLINE 



Tel: 566-4630 



9:00-6:00 MTWS 
9:00-8:30 ThP 



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TEAM CHEER 




RAH! 



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now i love you and you love me 

(and books are shuter 

than books 

can be) 

and deep in the high that does nothing but fall 

(with a shout 

each 

around we go all) 

there's somebody calling who's we 

we're anything brighter than even the sun 

(we're everything greater 

than books 

might mean) 

we're everyanything more than believe 

(with a spin 

leap 

alive we're alive) 

we're wonderful one times one 

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