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If we consider that four seasons of the greening of grass shall have passed since first we 
were startled by these new college environs, we must arrive at the conclusion that for most 
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If we consider that eight periods of academic interrogation have passed since the first en- 
counter with our socratic guardians, we must determine that the interrogation of achieve- 
ment in the real world is about to begin, for the university — and SMU in particular — 
has been far and away from the real world. 



Now that the corporate life beckons to some and demands the obeisance of all, can joe 
and jane college grad back off in terror for a moment, and consider where they have 
been? 





The upheavals and uncertainties of the undergraduate years of '67, '68, 69, 70 and 71 
cannot in truth be underestimated. Like it or not, for better or worse, everyone was af- 
fected by the rising tide of controversy which swept inexorably across a nation and its uni- 
versities. 



The systems which fostered the aims of higher education for some by offering financial in- 
ducements, was the same system that presided by default at the deaths of college students 
at Kent State and Jackson State. The system which at face value supported the quest for in- 
dividuality and creativity in the universities, was the same system which preserved by de- 
fault the regimes of egocentric men who neither supported nor advanced either activity. 






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But the symptoms are not to be confused with the malady itself, and the willingness of men 
and institutions to deal with even the symptoms was and is in question. Up, in the midst of 
these dilemmas, advancing rapidly, came Southeastern Massachusetts University — and a 
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A tragedy in that perhaps the characters — the university, its students, and the community 
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The undergraduate years of the class of 1971 were also the years of sudden departure of lu- 
minaries from the American scene — Dr. Martin Luther King and Sen. Robert F. Kenne- 
dy were dispatched to their deaths by fanatics who ultimately did harm to their own politi- 
cal causes, but not before doing perhaps irreparable harm to the vitality and stability of the 
American nation. 




Activism, even that of a non-violent nature, quickly led to repression, the mood of the na- 
tion changed, and the lifestyles of opportunists underwent similar changes. Controversial 
figures, viewed in some quarters of the university as being substitutes for the lost lumi- 
naries, were also dispatched, although in a more subtle manner. 



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Days and weeks of seemingly futile protest did not prevail, and the underlying issue was 
not actually resolved. The growth of what some felt to be concrete intransigeance was ac- 
companied by the growth of concrete structures as a new city of academia rose in the 
woods of North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. 




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In one respect at least, it was to have one of the attributes of the traditional university, that 
of the diversity of attitudes in regard to it. Some felt it characterized by pervasive despair, 
others attained an inscrutable neutralism in regarding it, still others were content to wallow 
happily in an unorganized and chaotic status quo. 

It has been alleged that all new institutions suffer from "growing pains," but a dispassion- 
ate observer could not help but speculate on whether those in power at SMU were really at 
great pains to grow. 



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The cause celebre of the University and indeed that of the national and the world in the ex- 
perience of the class of 1971 was undoubtedly THE WAR. Opposition to the conflict was 
widespread and diffuse, and generally articulate, but a gratuitous gesture was generally the 
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Teach-ins and denunciations of government policy were rife, and "the children's crusade" 
of Eugene McCarthy seemed to inject new life into a moribund system, but the events in 
Chicago in August of 1968 seemed at the time to have sounded the death knell for the sick 
American Patient. 



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Many graduates will remember the SMU day of protest against the war, and the night-time 
candlelight vigil that followed — others perhaps will remember their rejection of the pro- 
test and of the alleged lack of patriotism that accompanied it, these memories will become 
part of one's recollections of SMU long after the conflict in Southeast Asia is over — but 
who will remember young men lying dead on a battlefield? 







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". . . The earth . . ." we have been told . . . "abideth forever," but in the waning years of 
the last decade, and early in the Seventies, it became apparent that the latter biblical verity 
was in jeopardy. That seemingly unperishable contribution of nature to man was endan- 
gered, and the ensuing ecological vanguard or bandwagon led students across the nation to 
f 'a celebration in praise of life," on Earth Day, April 22, 1970. 




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Few will remember the several rejoiners of various groups to "become involved" in the 
struggle to reclaim spaceship earth, but infinitely fewer will forget — or escape — pollut- 
ed aif and rivers and the usurpation of America's landscape. 




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Man's glorious destiny in the skies, to some reflected in what might be the event of the dec- 
ade, the landing on the moon — seemed marred by our ignominous accomplishments in 
laying desolate vast reaches of the legacy of generations. But APOLLO on the moon cap- 
tured the imaginations of men from North Dartmouth to New Delhi, thankfully obscuring 
for a time, the import and immensity of problems at home. 




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The chaos of our post-pubescent experiences served to make us always alert to new experi- 
ences of pleasure — one needed relief in addition to the acquisition of a social conscience. 
And in addition to the needed relief, one acquired a new feeling for the human condition, 
from Woodstock to the Woods of Dartmouth. 




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Our home born rock festival needs no further paeans; even if the Woodstock nation did not 
become the children of the Woods of Dartmouth, we were very much together and shall be 
having festival memories for a very long time. 




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But even prior to the upsurge in the discarding of the old ways, change was coming. The 
unlamented death of the button down shirt and penny loafers was indicative of change not 
only in modes of dress, but truly of attitudes. 







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Change was manifested in many revolutions, some violent, some peaceful and one that was 
green. But the resistance to change too, had impact on our lives, and many saw the face of 
fear and repression across America — and it was not good. 



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Great social change, accompanied by the changes in our own lives as individuals, leads us 
now to the future and the kind of world which we shall seek for ourselves. Here Ibsen held 
'That man is in the right who is most closely in league with the future," and Leon 
Gambetta added that, "No one can forbid us the future," and that is well enough. 





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1971 SMU SCRIMSHAW YEARBOOK DEDICATION 

Some men build institutions, and take pride in the tangible effects of their efforts. Some men 
build lives never too sure as to when and in whom their effect began, but certain that once begun 
their efforts will have born the fruits of human betterment in ways unknown and in persons unseen. 
Such a man is the man to whom this yearbook is dedicated — Dr. Robert Lyden McCabe. 

To two generations of SMU students, Robert McCabe has been the consummate teacher of Math- 
ematics — and much more. A man of brilliant intellect, he has brought to his role a thorough 
knowledge of his subject, a love for its logic and a desire that those to whom he teaches it would ac- 
quire both. His superb teaching skills have made it possible for him to convey to his students the 
contagious joy of pursuing truth and the thrill of discovery. Though tough and demanding in his 
standards of academic excellence, he treats his students with the humility of respect — making 
them his companions in learning. 

Always a professional, his classroom has never been a platform for his deeply felt, and strongly 
held political and social convictions. These he rightly reserved for the larger classroom of the Uni- 
versity and public communities. 

It is in these arenas where the force of his intelligence and personality have combined to confront 
the prejudices, the contentments, the lethargies of people who refuse to become involved with the 
issues of war, racism, poverty, and human injustice. By so doing he has become to some a figure of 
controversy, to others a target of their defensive anger, but to those who know him best a coura- 
geous symbol of the conflicts within the crisis of our times. 

Where once he stood almost alone in raising his voice against the wrongness of the Vietnam war, 
he is now but one amongst the majority of those who share the moral foresight of his wisdom. His 
has been the battle against all the forms of tyranny that attempt to shackle the capacities of man to 
think and live free. Not without great cost to himself and his professional career has he entered the 
ranks of the committed. His example has inspired others to follow. 

For all of this — for touching our inner possibilities — for introducing us to those mysterious 
moments when mind challenges mind and we have suddenly, magically sensed the power and rich- 
ness of our own intellects and potential, we lovingly dedicate this yearbook. 













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FACULTY INDEX 



ADAMS, DICKINSON W. 

Instructor in History (1965) B.A. 1955 Harvard College 

AHEARN. MARIE L. 

Associate Professor of English (1965) A.B. 1953 Regis College; Ed.M. 1958 Tufts Universi- 
ty; A.M. 1961 Boston College; Ph.D. 1965 Brown University 

ALPERT, FREDERIC 

Assistant Professor in Business Administration (1962) A.B. 1954 Dartmouth College; 
M.B.A. 1955 Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College 

ARGY, DIMITRI 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1967) Chairman, Department of Mechanical Engi- 
neering Dip., National Institute of Technology, Athens, Greece 1946; Dr.-Ing, Aachen Insti- 
tute of Technology, Aachen, Germany 

ARURI. NASEER H 

Associate Prolessor of Political Science (1965) Chairman, Department of Political Science; 
B.A. 1959 American International College; M.A. 1961, Ph.D. 1967 University of Massachu- 
setts 

ATWATER, NATHANIEL B. 

Assistant Professor of English (1969) A.B. 1959, M.A. 1964 Brown University; Ph.D. 1968 
University of Exeter, England 

BAILEY, ANGUS 

Special Director of Dramatics (1966) A.B. 1939 Brown University 

BAKER, DWIGHT L. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry (1965) A.B. 1933 Amherst; M.A. 1934, Ph.D. 1940 Co- 
lumliia University 

BARBER. PHILIP E III 

Instructor in History (1967) B.A. 1959 Rice University; B.D. 1963 Yale University Divinity 

School 

BARRY. ROBERT E. 

Assistant Professor of Design (1969) B.F.A. 1953, M.A.T. 1967 Rhode Island School of De- 
sign 

BAR- YAM, ZVI 

Commonwealth Professor of Physics (1964) B.S. 1958, M.S. 1959, Ph.D. 1963 Massachu- 
setts Institute ol Technology 

BAR YLSKI, JOHN R. 

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1946) B.S.M.E. 1955 New Bedford Insti- 
tute of Technology (SMU); M.Ed. 1960 Bridgewater Slate College Registered Professional 
Engineer 

BECK, CLIFFORD N. 

Assistant Prolessor of Textiles (1950) B.S. 1950 New Bedford Institute of Technology 



(SMU) 

BENTO, ROBERT 

Assistant Professor of Physics (1961) B.S. 1956 Providence College; M.S. 1959 University 
of Maryland 

BESSETTE. RUSSELL R 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry. (1968) B.S. 1962 University of Rhode Island; M.S. 
1965. Ph.D. 1967 University of Massachusetts 

BIGGELAAR, HANS van den 

Professor of Electrical Engineering (1963) B.S. 1948, M.S. 1950 and E.E. 1951 University 
of Delft, Delft, Holland; Ph.D. 1970 Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Registered Profession- 
al Engineer 

BOOTH, ROBERT C. 

Assistant Professor of Art (1956) Diploma 1931 Rhode Island School of Design; Diploma 
1932 New York School of Fine and Applied Arts, Paris, France 

BRIDGMAN. HOWARD A. 

Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1969), Associate Professor of Economics 
(1966), A.B. 1933 Amherst College; A.M. 1941, Ph.D. 1953 Harvard University 

BUTLER, MARTIN J. 

Instructor in History (1963) B.A. 1956 Providence College; M.A. 1957 Boston College 

CAMPBELL, ALLAN L. 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1962) B.S. 1951 Northeastern University; M.S. 
1966 University of Rhode Island Registered Professional Engineer 

CARON, PAUL R. 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1970), B.S. 1957 Bradford Durfee College of 
Technology (SMU): M.S. 1960, Ph.D. 1963 Brown University 

CASEY, MRS. BETH ABRAMSON 

Instructor in Psychology (1969) B.A. 1965 University of Michigan; M.A. 1967 Brown Uni- 
versity 

CASS, WALTER J 

Professor of English* (1948) A.B. 1943 Northeastern University; M.A. 1947, Ed.D. 1967 
Boston University 

CHANDY. A. JOHN 

Associate Professor of Mathematics (1965) B.S. 1954 Kerala University, India; M.A. 1962. 
Ph.D. 1965 Boston University 

CHEN, CHIHAU 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1968) B.S. 1959 National Taiwan University, 
Taipei, Taiwan; M.S. 1962 University of Tennessee; Ph.D. 1965 Purdue University 

CIPOLLINI, JOHN F. 



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Instructor in History (1966) A.B. 1963 Providence College; M.A. 1965 Villanova Universi- 
ty 

CLEFFI. AMERICUS J. 

Instructor in English (1966) B.A. 1953, M.A. 1956 University of Missouri 

CLOUTIER. EDWARD H. 

Associate Professor of Textiles (1947) 

COBERT. JACQUELINE BAZINET 
Special Instructor in Music/Voice 
*0n hum to Education Department. 

COBERT, JOSEF 

Assistant Professor of Music (1964) Director of Music, Diploma 1949 Paris National Con- 
servatory France; B.M. 1957, M.Mus.. Ed. 1958 Boston University 

CONNELL, JOHN H 

Assistant Professor of Physics (1969) B.S. 1960 Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 
Ph.D. 1967 University of Washington 

CONNOLLY. HARRY W 

Assistant Professor (1966) Athletic Director, Director of Physical Education and Intramu- 
rals B.S. 1943 Boston College 

CONRAD. WALTER E 

Professor of Chemistry (1959) B.S. 1944, M.S. 1945 Wayne State University; Ph.D. 1951 
University of Kansas 

CORBEIL. LYNETTE 

Assistant Professor of Biology (1967) D.V.M. 1962 University of Toronto, Canada; M.Sc. 
1965 University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada 

CORBEIL. ROBERT R 

Associate Professor of Biology (1966) B.S. Ed. 1958 Gorham State Teachers College; M.S. 
1961 University of Maine; Ph.D. 1964 University of Toronto 

CORMIER. EDWARD A. 

Associate Professor of Business Administration (1958) B.S. 1948 Providence College; 
Ed.M. 1955 Boston University; Certified Public Accountant 

CORREIA. CHARLES A. 

Instructor in Mathematics (1964) (On Leave) B.S. 1960 University of Massachusetts; M.A. 
1961 University of Mississippi 

COR Y. LESTER W. 

Instructor in Electrical Engineering (1963) B.S. 1963 Bradford Durfee College of Technolo- 
gy (SMU); M.S. 1970 Northeastern University 

COUNSELL, ALDEN W. 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1953) B.S.M.E. 1949 Northeastern Univer- 
sity; Registered Professional Engineer 

CREAMER. DAVID J 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1964) B.S. 1958 Bradford Durfee College 
of Technology (SMU); M.S. 1960 University of Massachusetts 

CROWLEY. MICHAEL 

Associate Professor of Mathematics (1968) B.S. 1947 Boston College; M.A. 1949 Boston 
College 

CRUMP. JOHN O. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology (1967) B.A., M.A. 1958 George Peahody College lor 
Teachers 

CUMMINGS, HERBERT P. 

Associate Professor of Art (1966) Chairman, Department of Fine Arts B.F.A. 1951 Wash- 
ington University; M.A. 1952 Indiana University 

DALY. KEVIN 

Associate Professor of Biology (1968) B.S. 1953 University of California, Davis; Ph.D. 1958 
Cornell University 

DARDEN. GENEVIEVE 

Instructor in English (1967) B.S. 1938, M.A. 1967 Boston University 

dePAGTER, JAMES K. 

Professor of Physics (1965) B.S. 1951 University of Arkansas; Ph.D. 1958 Washington 
University 

DesLANDES, EUGENE D 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1966) A.B. 1964, M.A.T. 1966 Brown University 

DIAS. EARL J 

Professor of English and Coordinator of Freshman English (1958) A.B. 1937 Bates College; 
M.A. 1938 Boston University 

DiPIPPO, RONALD 

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1967) B.S. 1962, M.S. 1964, Ph.D. 1966 
Brown University 



DO WD. JOHN P. 

Assistant Professor ol Physics (1967) S.B. 1959. Ph.D. 1966 Massachusetts Institute ol 

Technology 

DOWNEY. CATHERINE M. 

Associate Professor ol Education (1967) B.S. 1956, M.Ed. 1958 Boston College; Ed.D. 
1962 Boston University 

DUBY, THOMAS E. 

Instructor in Economics (1967) B.A. 1964, M.A. 1965 University of Massachusetts 

DUMONT. LILY 

Special Instructor in Music — Piano 

DUPRE, EDMUND J. 

Associate Professor of Textile Chemistry (1942) B.S. 1948 North Carolina Stale College; 
M.Ed. Boston University 

EATON. HELEN 

Assistant Professor in Charge of Archives and Government Documents Depository (1953) 
S.B. 1925. Certificate 1927 Simmons College 

EDGAR. ROBERT KENT 

Instructor in Biology (1968) B.A. 1965 University ol Virginia; M.S. 1968 Rutgers Universi- 
ty 

ELLIOTT. WILLOUGHBY R 

Instructor in Art (1967) B.F.A. 1965 Chouinard Art Institute; M.F.A. 1967 Rhode Island 
School of Design 

ESPOSITO. FRANCES D. F 

Assistant Professor of Economics (1967) B.A. 1961 St. Francis College; M.A. 1962 Ford- 
ham University; Ph.D. 1967 Boston College 

FAIN. GILBERT 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1968) B.S.E.E. 1958, M.S.E.E. 1961. Ph.D. 
1967 University of Rhode Island 

FELDER. JOAN 

Assistant Professor of Biology (1962) A.B. 1956 Barnard College; M.Ed. 1960 Boston Uni- 
versity M.Sc. 1967 Northeastern University 

FELIX, ANTONE 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1967) B.S. 1950 Boston University, M.Ed. 1956 Bridge- 
water State College; M.A. 1967 New York University 

FENAUX. LOUISE F. 

Associate Professor ol Chemistry (1946) B.S. 1938, M.S. 1940 Boston College 

FIOCCHI, FERDINAND P 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1949) B.S. 1937 Tufts College 

FIRESTONE. EVAN RICHARD 

Instructor in Art History (1968) B.A. 1962 Kent State University; M.A. 1965 University of 

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FITZGERALD. JOHN J. 

Assoc .ate Professor of Philosophy (1966) B.A. 1949 University of Notre Dame; M.A. 1953 
St. Louis University; Ph.D. 1962 Tulane University 

FREIER. JEROME 

Associate Professor of Mathematics (1965) B.S. 1939 City College of New York; Ph.D. 
1958 New York University 

GALKOWSKI. EUGENE F 

Librarian in Charge of Public Services (1965) A.B. 1949 Holy Cross; M.L.S. 1966 Universi- 
ty of Rhode Island 

GIBLIN. JAMES L 

Commonwealth Professor ol Textile Technology (1938) Purchasing Agent M.S. (Honorary) 
1954 Bradford Durfee College of Technology (SMU) 

GINGRAS. NORMAND A. 

Choral Dire, tor (1967) B.M. 1949 Boston University 

GOLDSTEIN. SIGNE BURKE 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1967) B.A. 1960 Brooklyn College; Ph.D. 1969 Colum- 
bia University 

GOLEN, FRANK JR 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration (1959) B.S. 1950 Boston University; Ed.M. 
1958 Bridgewater State College; C.A.G.S. 1962 Boston University 

GONSALVES. LENINE M. 

Professor of Electrical Engineering (195.3) Chairman, Department of Electrical Engineering 
(On Leave Absence 1969-1971) B.S. 1952 United States Naval Academy; M.S.E.E. 1960 
Northeastern University; Registered Professional Engineer 

GORCZYCA. FR YDER YK E 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1958) B.S. 1958 New Bedford Institute of 



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Technology (SMU); M.S. 1962 Northeastern University; Registered Professional Engineer 

GRAN, TRACY R. 

Instructor in Sociology (1968) B.A. 1961 University of Minnesota; M.A. 1965 University of 
Massachusetts 

GREEN, HERMAN J. 

Associate Professor of Modern Languages (1967) B.A. 1927 City College of New York; 
Ph.D. 1940 Columbia University 

GREEN, SELMA A. 

Assistant Professor of English (1967) B.A. 1927 Hunter College; M.A. 1929 Columbia Uni- 
versity 

GRIFF, MASON 

Professor of Sociology (1965) Chairman, Department of Sociology B.A. 1951 Tulane Uni- 
versity; M.A. 1952 Stanford University; Ph.D. 1958 University of Chicago 

HABICHT, LOUISE A. 

Instructor in English (1966) B.A. 1963 University of North Carolina at Greensboro 

HAGUE, CHARLES J. 

Assistant Professor in Business Administration (1961) B.S.B.A. 1950 Boston College; LL.B. 
1953 Boston College Law School 

HAIMSON, BARR Y R 

Instructor in Psychology (1967) B.A. 1963 Brandeis University; A.M. 1965 Boston Univer- 
sity 

HANSBERR Y, JOHN W. 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1969) B.A. 1965, B.S.M.E. 1966 Rice Uni- 
versity; Sc.M. 1968 Brown University 

HARDY, BERTRAM B. 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1948) B.S.E.E. 1940 Brown University; Reg- 
istered Professional Engineer 

HARGREAVES, KEVIN J. 

Instructor in History (1967) B.A. 1964 Beloit College; M.A. 1966 Brandeis University 

HERRERA. FRANK PARKER 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1966) B.A. 1964, M.A. 1967 West Virginia University 

HESS, ROSEMARY T 

Instructor in Biology (1960) B.S. 1960 Salve Regina College 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS J. 

Instructor in Business Administration (1963) B.S. 1962 Boston College; M.B.A. 1963 Bos- 
ton University 

HILL, ALBER T SE YMOUR 

Associate Professor of History (1967) A.B. 1948 Boston University; M.A. 1949, Ph.D. 1963 
Harvard University 

HOENIG, MILTON M. 

Associate Professor of Physics (1965) B.A. 1954 Washington University; Ph.D. 1964 Cor- 
nell University 

HOFF, JAMES G. 

Associate Professor of Biology (1965) B.S. 1960 East Stroudsburg State College; M.S. 1960, 
Ph.D. 1965 Rutgers University 

HOLT, WARREN M. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics (1951) B.S. 1949 University of Massachusetts; M.Ed. 
1959 Bridgewater State College 

HOOPER, ROBERT J 

Associate Professor of Chemistry (1967) B.S. 1953 King's College; M.S. 1959, Ph.D. 1962 
Notre Dame 

HYSLOP, GARY A. 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1965) B.S. 1963 Bradford Durfee College of Tech- 
nology (SMU); M.S. 1965 University of Rhode Island 

INGOLFSSON, AGNAR 

Assistant Professor of Biology (1967) B.S. 1961 University of Aberdeen, Scotland; Ph.D. 
1967 University of Michigan 

INGRAHAM, VERNON L. 

Associate Professor of English (1965) Chairman, Department of English B.A. 1949 Univer- 
sity of New Hampshire; M.A. 1951 Amherst; Ph.D. 1965 University of Pennsylvania 

JACOBS, GEORGE 

Assistant Professor in Business Administration (1964) A.B. 1955 Harvard University; 
L.L.B. 1958 Harvard Law School University 

JOHN, ANTHONY J. 

Professor of Mathematics (1954) B.S. 1950 M.A. 1957 Boston College; M.S. 1960 
Northeastern University 



JONES, FRANK N 

Chief Librarian (1966) A.B. 1930; A.M. 1941 Harvard; B.S. in L.S. 1941 Columbia 

JONES, PETER E 

Instructor in History (1967) A.B. 1964 Fairfield University; M.A. 1967 Brown University 

KALIKOW, THEODORA K. 

Instructor in Philosophy (1968) B.A. 1962 Wellesley College 

KAPUT, JAMES J 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968) B.S. 1964 Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.A. 
1966 Clark University 

KEITH, ROBERT G. 

Assistant Professor of History (1969) B.A. 1962 Amherst College; M.A. 1965 Harvard Uni- 
versity; Ph.D. expected January 1970 Harvard University 

KERN WOLFHARD 

Professor of Physics (1964) B.Sc. 1948 Universitat Frankfurt/Main; M.Sc. 1951 Universi- 
tat Frankfurt/Main; Ph.D. 1958 Universitat Bonn 

KHANNA, SATDEV 

Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1969) M.A. in Mathematics 1949, B.Sc. in Civil 
Engineering 1952, M.Sc. in Civil Engineering 1965 University of Punjab, India; 1968 Ph.D. 
in Civil Engineering University of Connecticut 

LAFLAMME, ALPHEE N. 

Instructor in Business Administration (1962) B.S. 1952 Providence College; M.Ed. 1957 
Bridgewater State College 

LANGLEY, KENNETH D. 

Assistant Professor of Textile Technology (1968) B.S. 1964 SMTI (SMU); M.S. 1968 Insti- 
tute of Textile Technology 

La VAULT, RUDOLPH L. 

Professor of Psychology (1935) Ed.B. 1933, Ed.M. 1939 Rhode Island College 

LERCH, OLIVER B. 

Instructor in Sociology (1969) B.A. 1956 University of Pennsylvania; M.A. 1960 Pennsyl- 
vania State University 

LEUNG, GEORGE YAN-CHOK 

Assistant Professor of Physics (1967) B.S. 1955 University of Illinois; M.S. 1957, Ph.D. 
1963 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

McCABE, ROBERT L. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1964) B.S. 1957 Union College; M.A. 1960 San Diego 
State College 

McCOY, THOMAS F. 

Associate Professor of Art (1959) B.F.A. 1950 University of Kansas; Diploma 1951 Acade- 
mic Royale des Beaux Arts, Liege, Belgium; M.F.A. 1952 University of Kansas 

McGARVEY, EDGAR 

Instructor in Political Science (1966) B.A. 1959, M.S. Ed. 1961 Alfred University 

McKEACHERN, JANICE 

Assistant Professor of Nursing (1969) Nursing Diploma 1947 Newton-Wellesley Hospital; 
B.S. 1963, M.S. 1965 Boston University School of Nursing 

MACAFEE, GEORGETTE 

Assistant Professor of Art (1965) B.A. 1962, M.A. 1968 Rhode Island School of Design 

MACEDO, CELESTINO D. 

Associate Professor of English (1954) Director of Student Affairs A.B. 1953 Stonehill Col- 
lege; A.M. 1955 Boston College 

MACEDO, LUIZ GOUVEIA 

Licenciado em filologia Germanaica, University of Coimbra, Portugal 

MAGINNES, DAVID R. 

Instructor in History (1967) B.A. 1954 Yale University; M.A. 1959 Columbia University 

MARCHETTI, LOUISA C. M. 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1967) A.B. 1962 Pembroke College; A.M. 1966 Brown 
University 

MARSTON WALTER E. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry (1928) B.S. 1956, Ed.M. 1958 Bridgewater State College 

MASTERSON, RUSSELL W. 

Assistant Professor of Psychology (1968) Director of Counseling and Student Health Ser- 
vices B.A. 1955 Holy Cross College; M.A. 1957, Ph.D. 1968 Boston College 

MATTFIELD, FREDERIC R 

Associate Professor of Business Administration (1958) B.S. 1939, M.B.A. 1949, M.Ed. 
1950 Boston University 

MATTFIELD, MARYS 



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Assistant Professor of English (1964) B.S. 1955 Boston University; A.M. 1964 Brown Uni- 
versity 

MEAD, THEODORE P. 

Professor of Photography (1952) B.F.A. 1947 Pratt Institute; M.A. 1950 Professional Di- 
ploma 1962 Columbia University 

MEJA, VOLKER 

Instruetor in Sociology (1967) B.A. 1964 University of Frankfurt; M.A. 1965 Brandeis Uni- 
versity 

MELLOR, GEORGE E 

Assistant Professor of Art (1968) A.B. 1954 Oberlin College; M.F.A. 1965 Temple Univer- 
sity 

MIERZEJEWSKI. WALTER E 

Assistant Professor of Mathematies (1957) A.B. 1948 Harvard University 

MILLS. CAROLYN A. 

Instruetor in Art (1967) B.F.A. 1963 Rhode Island School of Design 

MORTON, ROBERT W. 

Instruetor in Electrical Engineering (1968) B.S. 1964 University of Rhode Island; M.A. 
1966 Duke University 

MOSS, SANFORD A. Ill 

Assistant Professor of Biology (1967) B.S. 1961 Yale University; Ph.D. 1965 Cornell Uni- 
versity 

MOWERY, DWIGHTF. JR 

Commonwealth Professor of Chemistry (1957) Chairman, Department of Chemistry A.B. 
1937 Harvard College; Ph.D. 1940 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

MULCARE, DONALD J. 

Assistant Professor of Biology (1969) B.S. 1962 St. Procopius College; Ph.D. 1968 Univer- 
sity of Notre Dame 

MURPHY, DANIEL J 

Associate Professor oi Electrical Engineering (1962) Chairman, Department ol Electrical 
Engineering B.S. 1960 New Bedford Institute of Technology (SMU) M.S. 1966 Northeast 
ern University; Ph.D. 1969 Northeastern University 

NESBITT, ALEXANDER 

Professor of Art (1965) Chairman. Department of Design 1919-1923 Art Students League 
of New York; 1922-1923 The Cooper Union 

NEUGEBAUER, MARGOT 

Assistant Professor of Art (1955) B.F.A. 1952 Rhode Island School of Design; M.F.A. 1954 
Syracuse University 

NICOLET, WILLIAM P 

Associate Professor of English (1965) B.A. 1956 Bowdoin College; M.A. 1958, Ph.D. 1964 
Brown University 

O'BRIEN. FRANCIS X. 

Instructor in Biology (1968) B.A. 1963 Surffolk University; M.S. 1965 University of New 
Hampshire 

PALLA TRONl, ROBER T P 

Assistant Professor of Psychology (1968) B.A. 1954 Dartmouth College; M.Ed. 1960 State 
College at Bridgewater; A.M. 1962, Ph.D. 1969 

PANOS, MARGARET A. 

Instructor in English (1962) A.B. 1954 Stonehill College; M.A.T. 1966 Brown University 

PANUNZIO, WESLEY C. 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages (1964) A.B. 1935. A.M. 1940, Ph.D. 1957 Har- 
vard University 

PAPAS, ARIS T 

Associate Professor of Psychology (1966) A.B. 1942 University of Illinois, A.M. 1954 Uni- 
versity of Chicago; Ph.D. 1964 University of Athens 

PARENTE. PAUL J - 

Associate Professor of Mathematics (1954) B.S. 1954 Bradford Durfee College of Technolo- 
gy (SMU); A.M. 1961 Boston University 

PATTEK, HAROLD I 

Assistant Professor of Art (1966) 1948-1952 The Cooper Union Art School; B.F.A. 1957 
Yale University 

PENCE. JAMES D 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1968) B.A. 1960, M.A. 1965 Ohio State University 

PORTER, CHARLES R 

Professor of Psychology (1968) Chairman, Department of Psychology B.A. 1946, M.A. 
1947 Vanderbilt University; Ph.D. 1952 Yale University 

POTTER. HAROLD H. 



Visiting Prolessor of So, mlogy (1969) B.A. 1939 Sir George Williams University; M.A. 
1949 M.Gill University 

PRESEL, DONALD S. 

Assistant Professor of Physics (1960) A.B. 1953 Brown University; M.Ed. 1959, M.S. 1964 
Northeastern University 

REARDON. JOHN J 

Professor of Biology (1965) Chairman, Department of Biology B.S. 1948, M.A. 1949 Uni- 
versity of Michigan; Ph.D. 1959 University ol Oregon 

REGAN, JOHN T 

Assistant Professor of Textiles (1949) A.B. 1922 Holy Cross College 

REHG, NORMAN M 

Professor of Engl.sh (1964) B.A. 19.39, M.A. 194.3 Univers.n ,,! Kansas; A.M. 1948, Ph.D. 
1952 Harvard University 

REIS, RICHARD H 

Associate Professor of English (1965) A.B. 1952 St. Lawrence University; M.A. 1957, 
Ph.D. 1960 Brown University 

RICHARD. CONRAD P 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1956) Acting Chairman, Department of In- 
dustrial Engineering B.S. 1950 Rhode Island School of Design Registered Professional Engi- 
neer 

RIFKIN. LESTER H 

Professor of History (1965) Chairman, Department of History B.S. 1945, A.M. 1946 New 
York University; Ph.D. 1959 Brown University 

RITZ. FREDERICK J 

Instructor in Textiles (1966) B.S. 1957 Bradford Durfee College of Technology (SMU) 

ROBERTS. J LOUIS 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1956) B.S. 1951 New Bedford Institute of 
Technology (SMU); Registered Professional Engineer 

ROBITAILLE. LOUIS J 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration (1958) Registrar B.S. 1949 Providence Col- 
lege; M.Ed. 1954 Boston University; Registered Public Accountant 

ROCHA. GREGORY F. JR 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages (1965) Ph.B. 1944 Providence College; A.M. 
1948 Columbia University 

ROCHA. MARIA ELIZA 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1966) B.A. 1940 College of Sacred Heart, Puerto Rico; 
M.A. 1948 Columbia University 

ROSEN. ALAN R 

Instructor in English (1968) B.A. 1960 University of Hartford; M.A. 1962 Pennsylvania 
State University 

ROSENFIELD. M. C. 

Associate Professor of History (1966) A.B. 1951, A.M. 1957 Boston University; Ph.D. 1961 
University of London 

SANDSTROEM. MRS YVONNE M. 

Assistant Professor of English (1969) B.A. 1954 Lund University, Sweden; A.M. 1966 
Brown University 

SASSEVILLE. NORMAND 

Associate Professor of Biology (1956) B.S. 1949 Providence College; Ed.M. 1950 Boston 
University 

SAURO. JOSEPH P 

Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1969). Associate Professor of Physics (1965) B.S., 
1955, M.S. 1958. Ph.D. 1965 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn 

SCIONTI, JOSEPH N. JR 

Assistant Professor of History (1965) B.A. 1960 Suffolk University; M.A. 1961 Tufts Uni- 
versity; Ph.D. 1967 Brown University 

SHONTING. DAVID H. 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1967) (Leave of Absence 1969-1971) B.S. 
1955, M.S. 1958 University of New Hampshire; Sc.D. 1966 Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 

SILVEIRA. WILLIAM A 

Associate Professor of Textiles (1956) B.S. 1954 New Bedford Institute of Technology; 
(SMU) M.S. 1956 Institute of Textile Technology 

SILVIA. MANUEL S. 

Associate Professor of Business Administration (1959) B.S. 1955 New York University; 
M.Ed. 1959 Bridgewater State College; LL.B. 1967 Suffolk University 

SIM EON E. LOUIS S 

Professor ol Mathematics (1946) B.S. 1945 Northeastern University; A.M. 1951 Boston 



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University 

SMITH, CALEB A. 

Professor of Economics (1966) Chairman, Department of Economics S.B. 1937 Haverford 
College; M.A. 1942, Ph.D. 1943 Harvard University 

STERN, T. NOEL 

Professor of Political Science (1964) Chairman, Department of Political Science B.A. 1934 
Swarthmore; M.A. 1940, Ph.D. 1942 University of Pennsylvania 

STEWART, ALBERTA. 

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1964) S.B. 1932 Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; M.A. 1952 Boston University 

STICKLER. JOHN G. 

Associate Professor of Textiles (1949) M.S. (Honorary) 1960 New Bedford Institute of 
Technology (SMU) 

STONE, SAMUEL A. 

Commonwealth Professor of Mathematics (1948) B.S. 1936, M.S. 1937 University of New 
Hampshire; Ph.D. 1953 Boston University 

SULLIVAN, LEO M. 

Professor of Psychology (1948) B.S. 1947 Worcester State College; M.A. 1948 Columbia 
University 

SWA YE. ARTHUR V. 

Assistant Professor of Textiles (1958) B.S. 1958, M.S. 1965 New Bedford Institute of Tech- 
nology (SMU) 

TABACHNIK, PRISCILLA R. 

Assistant Professor in Business Administration (1963) B.S. 1963 New Bedford Institute of 
Technology (SMU); M.B.A. 1966 Boston University 

TANNENWALD, RONALD 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1968) Sc.B. 1963 The City College of New York 

TEETER, LURA S 

Professor of Philosophy (1965) Chairman, Department of Philosophy A.B. 1928 University 
of California; A.M. 1934, Ph.D. 1951 Radcliffe College 

THOMAS. GEORGE J. 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1957) S.B. 1939 Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology; Registered Professional Engineer; Registered Land Surveyor 

THOMAS, GEORGE J. JR. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1968) B.S. 1964 Boston College; Ph.D. 1967 Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology 

THOMMEN, HANS J. U. 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1967) Chairman of Engineering Programs Ph.D. 
1958 Brown University 

TINKHAM, HOWARD C 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1949) Chairman, Engineering Technology Programs 
B.S. 1949 Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. 1961 Northeastern University 

TOGNERI, EDWARD P. 

Professor of Art (1957), B.F.A. 1951 Rhode Island School of Design 

TRIPP, FRANCIS 

Professor of Textile Chemistry (1941) Chairman, Department of Textile Chemistry B.S. 
1930 North Carolina State College; M.S. 1938, Ch.E. 1939 University of North Carolina, 
B.S. 1956 New Bedford Institute of Technology (SMU) 

TRIPP, FRED R. 

Assistant Professor of Textile Chemistry (1957) B.S. 1930 North Carolina State College; 
B.S. 1959 New Bedford Institute of Technology (SMU) 

TYKODI, RALPH J 

Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (1969). Professor of Chemistry (1965) B.S. 
1949 Northeastern University; Ph.D. 1954 Pennsylvania State University 

VALENTE. ABEL A. 

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1965) Acting Chairman, Department of Civil Engi- 



neering B.S. 1928 University of Vermont; M.S. 1962 University of Notre Dame; Registered 
Professional Engineer 

VINCI, JOSEPH 

Professor of Modern Languages (1966) Chairman, Department of Modern Languages B.A. 
1942 The City College of New York; M.A. 1949 Columbia University; D.M.L. 1955 Middle- 
bury College 

WAGNER, CLAUDE W. 

Associate Professor of Chemistry (1949) B.S. 1946, M.S. 1949 University of Cincinnati 

WALDER, RICHARD 

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (1956) B.S. 1948 University of Rhode Island 

WALSH, MARY LOUISE 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages (1965) Dean of Women A.B. 1937 Regis College; 
M.A. 1956 Boston University; Diploma 1954 University of Paris (Sorbonne); Certificate 
1961 University of Besancon 

WASHINGTON. IDA HARRISON 

Assistant Professor of Modern Languages (1966) B.A. 1946 Wellesley College; M.A. 1950 
Middlehury College; Ph.D. 1962 Columbia University 

WASHINGTON LAWRENCE M. 

Associate Professor of Modern Languages (1966) B.A. 1949, M.A. 1950 Middlebury Col- 
lege; Ph.D. 1958 Brown University 

WEEKS, WALTER J. 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1965) A.B. 1962 Rutgers University; M.A. 1964 Brown 
University 

WHITAKER, ELLIS H. 

Associate Professor of Biology (1964) B.S. 1930 Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. 
1936, Ph.D. 1949 Cornell University 

WHITE, CHARLES WILLIAM, III 

Assistant Professor of English (1966) B.A. 1958 Boston University; M.A. 1961 Tufts Uni- 
versity; Ph.D. 1967 Harvard University 

WILD, WILLIAM C, JR 

Professor of Business Administration (1950) Chairman, Department of Business Adminis- 
tration B.S. 1946 Bridgewater State College; M.B.A. 1960 Northeastern University; Ed.D. 
1968 Boston University 

WILKINS, EDWARD J. 

Instructor in Sociology (1966) A.B. 1958, M.A. 1962 Washington University 

WILLIAMS, EUGENE R. 

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1946) B.S. Ch.E. 1942 Northeastern Univer- 
sity; M.Ed. 1955 Rhode Island College 

WILSON, JAMES L. 

Associate Professor of English (1964) B.S. 1931 University of Oklahoma; M.A. 1939 Yale 
University; Ph.D. 1947 University of North Carolina 

WINTER, FREDERICK 

Professor of English (1947) A.B. 1930 Clark University; M.A. 1949 University of New 
Hampshire 

WOLOCK, FRED W. 

Professor of Mathematics (1965) Acting Chairman, Department of Mathematics B.S. 1947 
College of the Holy Cross; M.S. 1948 Catholic University of America; Ph.D. 1964 Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute 

WU, CHANG NING 

Associate Professor of Chemistry (1963) B.A. 1956 Hartwick College; M.S. 1962, Ph.D. 
1964 State University of Iowa 

WU, YUNG-KUANG 

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1965) B.S. 1956 National Taiwan University; 
M.S. 1960 Kansas State University; Ph.D. 1965 University of Michigan 

YOKEN, MELVIN B. 

Instructor in Modern Languages (1966) B.B.A. 1960 University of Massachusetts; M.A.T. 
1961 Brown University 



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DOUGLAS RICHARDISON, Chairman 

ALBERT GOLDSTIEN, Vice Chairman 

ROBERT HARP, Student Trustee 

JOSEPH DAWSON JR., M.S. (Hon.) D. Tex. Sc. 

LUIZ V. SOUZA 

JOHN BABBIT, B.S. 

BERNARD BAKER 

ALBERT GOLDSTEIN 

DAVID STEVEN GREER, B.S., M.D., E.A.C.P. 

GUSTAV LASTAITI 

WILLIAM G. SALTONSTALL, B.A., M.A., L.L.D. (Hon.) 

ANDREW L. WHEELOCK 

WILLIAM 0. TAYLOR, B.A. 

MRS. ADELE SIMMONS, B.A., Ph.D. 

ERNEST J. KNAPTON, B.A., A.M., Ph.D. 

WILLIAM JONES, B.S., M.S., (E.E.) 



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Associate Dean 



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WILLIAM HOLLAND 

Business and Industry 





JOSEPH J. ORZE 

Fine and Applied 



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JOSEPH P. SAURO 

Arts and Sciences 




RALPH J. TYKODI 

Associate Dean 



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SISTER MADELINE 

Nursing 



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CELESTINO MACEDO 
Dean of Students 




MRS. SULLIVAN 

Coordinator of Student Activities 



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DONALD C. HOWARD 
Dean of Men 




MARY LOUISE WALSH 

Dean of Women 



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THOMAS MULVEY 

Administrative Assistant 




CHARLES R. RATTO 

Director of Counseling 




BARRIE G. PHELPS 

Admissions 



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Admissions 



J. LOUIS ROBERTS 
Director of Planning 



FRANK JONES 
Chief Librarian 



THOMAS DUTTON 
Assistant to President 





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JAMES F. FLANAGAN 
Director of Placement 



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GERALD S. COUTINHO 
Financial Aid 




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JAMES COSTA 
Comptroller 



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ALEXANDER BURY 
Supt. of Buildings and 
Grounds 




JAMES MURPHY 

Business Manager 




RAYMOND RICHARDS 

Storeroom Manager 





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JAMES L. GIBLIN 

Purchasing Agent 




JAMES WILEY 
Public Relations 







FRANCIS GORDON 
Director of Auxiliary 
Services 



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ROGER TACHE 

Staff Associate 




LOUIS ROBITAILLE 
Registrar 




ERNEST WHEELER 

Book Store Manager 




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"Once upon a time you dressed so fine, 

You threw the bums a dime in your prime, Didn't you?" 




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People'd call, say "beware doll you're bound to fall, 
You thought they were all kiddin' you. 




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You used to laugh about Ev'rybody that was hangin' out, 
Now you don't talk so loud. 







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Now you don't seem so proud 

About having to be scrounging for your next meal. 




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You've gone to the finest school all right Mr. Lonely, 
But you know you only used to get 
Juiced in it. 




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And nobody's ever taught you how to live on the street 
And now you're gonna have to get 
Used to it. 




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You said you'd never compromise 

With the mystery tramp, but now you realize 

He's not selling any alibis. 




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As you stare into the vacuum of his eyes 
And ask him do you want to 
Make a deal? 




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How does it feel, 



How does it feel, 







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To be without a home, Like a complete unknown, 




LIKE A ROLL-ING STONE?" 

— B. Dylan 



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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Southeastern Massachusetts University North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02747 



Office of the President 



August 22, 1971 

It is traditional at SMU that the President of the University, on 
request of the Yearbook editor, provide a brief message for the 
graduating class for publication in the Scrimshaw . As I have received 
such a request, I feel obligated to respond to it. However, it is not, 
and has never been, my nature to say things I don't believe or to 
simply try to address students in oral or written stylized empty rhetoric. 
With that as prologue, my message to you, members of the Class of 1971, 
follows . 

It should be understood that it is not meant for you alone and, most 
certainly, it is not meant for all of you. Frankly, I am much worried 
about the future of this great nation and your future as well. My worry 
is based on certain patterns of behavior which have been manifested in 
many of the members of this Class. I worry about young people who preach 
love and act with hate; about young people who can so misunderstand free- 
dom as to define it as license; who, in the name of sensitivity, are 
brutally insensitive toward their fellow human beings. It grieves me, 
in many instances, to see a sufficient number of you choose for your 
leadership weak and less than moral persons. It grieves me also to see 
a number of you hold up for honor and admiration individuals either 
incapable of meeting, or unwilling to meet, their just and clearly under- 
stood professional commitments to the academic community. Most worrisome, 
however, is the group too often correctly called the silent majority. 
Members of this group have very little of which they may be proud 



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and they have no just claim to the liberties and advantages inherent 
in a free society for they have, by default, failed to earn or even 
protect them. My hope is that you will become involved in greater 

numbers in your society that you will search harder, with greater 

maturity, greater love and greater insight to find among your own 
classmates and within your own peer group, as well as from among 
those generations older than you who are, equally with you, members 
of this society, a better quality of leadership and a better under- 
standing and appreciation of the true meaning of the basic tenants of 
the Republic of the United States of America. Get on with your search 

then, for you have yet a frighteningly long way to go. For all of it, 

it 
I wish you success. 



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KENNETH A. ABBOTT 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



ANTONE ABREU, JR. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTR Y 



ALAN J. AGUIAR 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



ELAINE M. AGUIAR 
MATHEMATICS 



ANNE M. ALEXANDER 






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WILLIAM G. ALLEN 
PAINTING 



JEAN A. ALMEIDA 
VISUAL DESIGN 



PAULINE A. ALMEIDA 
HISTOR Y 






SANDRA ALVES 
SOCIOLOGY 



CYNTHIA AMARAL 
ENGLISH 



ROBERT W. ANDERSEN 
ACCOUNTING 





CATHERINE ANDRADE 
SPANISH 





RONALD A. ANDRADE 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



JEAN B. ATHAIDE 
PSYCHOLOGY 







CAROLE ANNE ARRUDA 
ENGLISH 



MARY E. AUTOTE 
SOCIOLOGY 



EILEEN M. AVELAR 
SOCIOLOGY 



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JOYCE A. BARAC 
SPANISH 




CHARLES P. BARBER 
MANAGEMENT 








VERNON S. BARCLAY 
TEXTILE FINISHING 




JOSEPH J. BAREK 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



EDWARD J. BAJAKIAN 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



SUZANNE G. BARRAZA 
PAINTING 






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MICHAEL E. BARROWS 
BIOLOGY 



JEANNINE E. BEAUDRY 
PSYCHOLOGY 



LUCIEN J. BEAUREGARD 
FRENCH 









RAYMOND A. BELANGER 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



GAIL E. BENCE 
FRENCH 



JOSEPH R. BENEDICT, JR. 
BIOLOGY 






TIMOTHY J. BENNETT 
ENGLISH 



THERESA A. BERGERON 
FRENCH 



RICHARD H. BERGMAN 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 






LAWRENCE L. BERNARD 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



WILLIAM J. BERNARD 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



HENRY L. BERNIER 
HISTOR Y 



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MANAGEMENT 



THOMAS A. BIBBY 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



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BIOLOGY 






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SOCIOLOGY 



THOMAS BLISS 
HISTORY 



GERALD BLUMENTHAL 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 




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HISTORY 



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MATHEMATICS 





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MANAGEMENT 



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MANAGEMENT 



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PAINTING 



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MANAGEMENT 



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SOCIOLOGY 






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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 



PAUL A. BONO 
ECONOMICS 



EDMUND BORGES 
SPANISH 






WILLIAM F. BAKER 
HISTOR Y 



KENNETH F. BORGES 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



LEONARD A. BORGES, JR. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 






CAMILIA A. BOTELHO 
SPANISH 



LAWRENCE R. BOTELHO 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



LEONORA R. BOTELHO 
SPANISH 





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JOYCE A. BOULANGER 
ENGLISH 



CLAIRE BOUTIN 
FRENCH 






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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



KATHERINE M. BURES 
SOCIOLOGY 



JANICE K. BURGMYER 
MARKETING 









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SOCIOLOGY 



GISELE L. CABRAL 
FRENCH 



SUSAN M. CABRAL 






RONALD H. CAISSE 
FRENCH 



DELORES A. CAPURSO 
MED. TECHNOLOGY 



DIANNE P. CARCHEDI 
PAINTING 



231 






TONY E. CARD 
VISUAL DESIGN 



MICHAEL CARFAGNA 
HISTORY 



DEXTER J. CARLSON 
TEXTILE FINISHING 









ROSEMARY CARRAMONA 
PORTUGUESE 



JANIS E. CARREIRO 
FRENCH 



MANUEL C. CARREIRO 
PORTUGUESE 





232 



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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



JEAN M. CARTER 
MATHEMATICS 




THOMAS A. CARVALHO 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 








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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



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MANAGEMENT 






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BIOLOGY 



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HISTOR Y 



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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



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PSYCHOLOGY 



TOY THUE CHIN 



GILBERT A. CHOUINARD 
FRENCH 






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PSYCHOLOGY 



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FRENCH 



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ENGLISH 



FRANK P. CORREIA 






ANTHONY T. COSTA 
MANAGEMENT 



CLAIRE COSTA 
PSYCHOLOGY 



JOYCE M. COSTA 
PORTUGUESE 






KEVIN P. COTE 
BIOLOGY 



DOUGLAS P. CONLAN 



NORMA T. COTE 
SOCIOLOGY 



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HIS TOR Y 




JOHN COYNE 
MARKETING 




PATRICIA J. CRESSY 



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ENGLISH 




DOROTHY D. DANIELS 
ENGLISH 






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MARY A. CURRY 
PAINTING 




GLENN L. DAVIS 
PAINTING 




ELIZABETH A. CZERWONKA 
SOCIOLOGY 




KAREN J. DAVIDSON 
PSYCHOLOGY 




236 



KERRY T. DEAN 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



MARSHA L. DEAN 
MATHEMATICS 



NORMAN J. DECOST 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 






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HISTORY 



MICHAEL J. DELANEY 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



RALPH P. DELLINGER 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 






ROBERT R. DESROSIERS 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



MARIA J. DESOUSA 
MATHEMATICS 



ROBERT B. DEVLIN 
ENGLISH 





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VISUAL DESIGN 



JEAN C. DILL 
VISUAL DESIGN 



MICHAEL R. DOBYWA 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



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RANDALL DOMINGOS 
SOCIOLOGY 



DENNIS W. DONNELLY 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



JOHN J. DONNELLY 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 






PAUL J. DOUCETTE 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



KATHLEEN DOYLE 
PAINTING 



JEAN DRUCKER 
ENGLISH 






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238 



MICHAEL P. DUARTE 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



ROLAND E. DUBE 
FRENCH 



PAULETTE DUBE 
FRENCH 







CHARLOTTE R. DUBE 



JUNE A. DUBOIS 
ENGLISH 



RICHARD DUBOIS 
BIOLOGY 









JEFFREY S. DUCKWORTH 
MANAGEMENT 



DONALD N. DUMON r 
ACCOUNTING 



ROBERT P. DUQUETTE 
BIOLOGY 






PAUL K. DUTRA 
HISTORY 



DAVID 0. DUVAL 
BIOLOGY 



GERARD P. DUVAL 
MARINE BIOLOGY 



239 






LILLIAN J. ELLARD 
VISUAL DESIGN 



BRUCE T. ESTRELLA 
BIOLOGY 



DIANNE P. FABER 
GERMAN 






BARBARA L. FAECHER 
VISUAL DESIGN 



SUSAN ANNE FARIAS 
ENGLISH 



BRIAN FERNANDES 
HISTOR Y 






240 



VICTOR P. FERRARINI 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



ARTHUR FERREIRA, JR. 
HISTOR Y 



JUNE E. FERREIRA 
SOCIOLOGY 






LAURA A. FERRO 
PSYCHOLOGY 



LORRAINE M. FERRO 
PSYCHOLOGY 



BRENDA F. FIGUERIDQ 
PAINTING 








DIANE C. FILLIP 
ENGLISH 



DENNIS M. FINNERAN 
ENGLISH 



FRANK A. FLYNN III 






FRANCINE M. FOLEY 
ENGLISH 



MICHAEL B. FONSECA 
PAINTING 



JANET M. FOUNTAIN 
PSYCHOLOGY 



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SOCIOLOGY 



PAUL E. FREDETTE 
ACCOUNTING 



PAUL H. FREDETTE 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 






DONALD R. GAMACHE 
ACCOUNTING 



ALBERT C. GEMME, JR. 
MANAGEMENT 



PAUL GENDREAU 
BIOLOGY 






242 



DAVID B. GIFFORD 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



CHRISTINE A. GNIADEK 
PAINTING 



MARC C. GODDU 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 





CAROLYN J. GOFF 



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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 




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PAINTING 




FREDERICK J. GONET 
ACCOUNTING 



RONALD L. GONNEVILLE 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 






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MARK S. GORDON 
ACCOUNTING 



MANUEL GOULART 
PORTUGUESE 



SUSAN GRACE 
ENGLISH 



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FRENCH 



RAYMOND J. GRANDE 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



CONSTANCE A. GRANT 
SOCIOLOGY 









SUSAN B. GRAY 
HISTORY 



MARYLEE A. GREENE 
PSYCHOLOGY 



DONNA L. GRENON 
MATHEMATICS 









244 



CAROLE A. GORCZYCA 
PSYCHOLOGY 



WILLIAM C. GUBBINS 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



ROBERT A. GUILLET 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 




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PRE-MEDICINE 



JOAN HALLORAN 
VISUAL DESIGN 



DIANE B. HALSTEAD 
PSYCHOLOGY 







PETER W. HAMMOND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



KEITH G. HARDING 
MARKETING 



NELSON F. HARRIMAN III 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 











BARRY E. HASKELL 
HISTOR Y 



THOMAS HELGELAND 
MATHEMATICS 



RICHARD G. HENNESSEY 
MANAGEMENT 



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MARK 0. HILL 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



THOMAS G. HITCHCOCK 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



MARYANN C. HOLLAND 
PSYCHOLOGY 






EDGAR L. HOLMES, JR. 
MARKETING 



LOUISE T. HOUDE 
PRE-MEDICINE 



BRUCE A. HURLBUT 
MANAGEMENT 






246 



DEBORAH J. JACKSON 
SOCIOLOGY 



DIANE JACKSON 
PSYCHOLOGY 



HENRY G. JAMES 
ENGLISH 




MICHAEL F. JAMES 
PAINTING 





ROBERT W. JEFFREY, JR. 
SOCIOLOGY 










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WILLIAM E. JENKINSON 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 




JOHN M. JODOIN 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 





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CIVIL ENGINEERING 





DOROTHY JOHNSON 













SUSAN JOHNSON 




MARILYN C. JOYNT 
PSYCHOLOGY 



ELAINE M. JUHL 
MATHEMATICS 



247 






WILLIAM J. KELLEHER 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



DONNA H. KIELY 
SOCIOLOGY 



JAMES C. KINCH 
BIOLOGY 







JEFFREY D. KING 
ACCOUNTING 



PAMELA KING 
BIOLOGY 



STEPHEN KING 
MANAGEMENT 





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248 



WAYNE M. KING 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



RONALD T. KOPECHESSI 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



RICHARD LABERGE 
PAINTING 






JOHN M. LAFFAN 
MATHEMATICS 



LOUISE M. LAFLEUR 
CHEMISTR Y 



THERESE M. LAMBALOT 
FRENCH 




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SHEILA LAPRE 
SOCIOLOGY 




VICKY L. LARSEN 
PSYCHOLOGY 













HELEN M. LAUREANO 

SPANISH 






HAROLD E. LAWTON, JR. 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



SHERRY A. LEACH 
SOCIOLOGY 



DOUGLAS LEMMO 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



249 






GERALRD R. LETOURNEAU 
MANAGEMENT 



DONALD B. LIZOTTE 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



BRUCE A. LOPES 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 






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JOSEPH LOURA 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



LLOYD F. LOWRY 
MARINE BIOLOGY 



DIANA M. LYNCH 
MARINE BIOLOGY 






250 



JEAN E. LYNCH 
SPANISH 



WILLIAM M. McALLOON 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



DAVID M. McCOMBE 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 






PAUL S. McCORMICK 
MARKETING 



MICHAEL K. McDERMOTT 
HISTOR Y 



steven c. Mcdonald 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 






MICHAEL J. McDONOUGH 
ACCOUNTING 



EVERETT MrGARTY 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



betsy Mclaughlin 
visual design 






JAMES McMULLEN 
ACCOUNTING 



JUDITH A. McSWAIN 
PAINTING 



JOAQUIM C. MACEDO 
PSYCHOLOGY 



251 






PAULA ANN MACHNIK 
PAINTING 



LUKE MANG 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



ARMAND C. MARCELINO 
SPANISH 






ANNE M. MARCH 
MATHEMATICS 



GEORGE M. MACIEL 
ENGLISH 



ALICE MARTEL 
PSYCHOLOGY 









252 



NORMAND R. MARTEL 
PRE-MEDICINE 



EDWARD A. MARTINS 
BIOLOGY 



LINDA J. MARX 
PAINTING 






BRUCE F. MEACHAM 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



ANTHONY J. MEDEIROS, JR. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



PATRICIA A. MEDEIROS 
SPANISH 






ELIZABETH L. MEDEIROS 
ENGLISH 



NANCY MEDEIROS 



NOE 0. MEDEIROS 
PORTUGUESE 









PAMELA M. MEDEIROS 
VISUAL DESIGN 



ROSEMARY MEDEIROS 
ENGLISH 



CYNTHIA M. MENDONCA 
VISUAL DESIGN 



253 





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CHARLES H. MESSIER 
BIOLOGY 



THEODORE R. MIECZKOWSKI 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



PAMELA C. MIERZEJEWSKI 
ENGLISH 






DAVID R. MILLER 
MANAGEMENT 



SUSAN J. MILLS 
HISTOR Y 



MARY C. MISKA 
BIOLOGY 






254 



LILLIAN MITCHELL 
SOCIOLOGY 



SUSAN MOGAN 
PAINTING 



DELPHINA MONIZ 
ENGLISH 






LINDA MONIZ 
ENGLISH 



DONNA M. MONTY 
SOCIOLOGY 



ROGER MONTY 
FRENCH 







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ROSEMARIE J. MORIN 
FRENCH 



WADE H. MORSE 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



RICHARD MOTTA 
ACCOUNTING 






RANDALL E. MOSS 
MATHEMATICS 



JAMES F. MULROONEY 
SPANISH 



DANIEL MUNIZ 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



255 







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WILLIAM F. MURPHY 
ACCOUNTING 



DANIEL J. NEVES 
MARKETING 



EDWARD R. NICHOLS 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 






MARY NIESLUCHOWSKI 



EDWARD J. NORTON 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



JOSEPH H. O'BARA 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 






256 



GARY M. O'CONNELL 
CHEMISTRY 



KATHLEEN O'CONNELL 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



PETER J. OLEJARZ 
CHEMISTRY 






ROBERT OLIVEIRA 
MATHEMATICS 



SUSAN R. OLIVEIRA 
ENGLISH 



BEVERLEY ORPHAN 
VISUAL DESIGN 










ROGER A. OUELLETTE 
MANAGEMENT 



EUGENE R. OUIMETTE 
PAINTING 



JEFFREY PAIVA 
ENGLISH 





LEONARD A. PAIVA 
MATHEMATICS 





STEPHEN PAIVA 
PORTUGUESE 










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MURIEL M. PAUQUETTE 
HISTOR Y 



257 






YVETTE D. PARENT 
FRENCH 



MARYANN PARREIRA 
ENGLISH 



WILLIAM J. PASIUK 
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 









ROSEMARIE PEDRO 
SOCIOLOGY 



DIANE I. PELLETIER 
MATHEMATICS 



SANDRA PELLETIER 






258 



ROBERT PIGEON 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



D. JAIME PEREIRA 
ACCOUNTING 



JANET E. PERO 
BIOLOGY 





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JOYCE PERRY 
PSYCHOLOGY 



MARGARET M. PERRY 
PORTUGUESE 



PHILLIP C. PERRY 
HISTORY 




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ROBERT G. PERRY 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



THOMAS A. PETERSON 
MANAGEMENT 



KENNETH C. PETITTI 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 




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ROBERT M. PIELECH 
ACCOUNTING 





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PAINTING 



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MARINE BIOLOGY 



259 






ARMAND L. PLOURDE 
ACCOUNTING 



ARTHUR R. POSEY 
SOCIOLOGY 



RUSSELL POIRIER 
PRE-MEDICINE 







SYLVIA L. POVOAS 
MARKETING 



DENNIS R. POYANT 
HISTORY 



LEONARD F. POTTER 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 









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SUZANNE E. RACINE 
ENGLISH 



JOHN M. RACOFSKY 
PSYCHOLOGY 



CARMEN RAGUSA 
BIOLOGY 




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ROSEAN M. RAPOZA 
ENGLISH 






DIANE J. RATTE 
HISTORY 




JEFFREY S. REBACK 
BIOLOGY 









STEPHEN A. REBELLO 
ENGLISH 



GARY REID 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



ANTHONY W. REGO 
PORTUGUESE 





WILLIAM A. REINHAGEN 
ECONOMICS 




EBON REMOND 
VISUAL DESIGN 








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FRENCH 



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TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



JOY E. RICE 
CHEMISTRY 



PAULETTE M. RICHARD 
VISUAL DESIGN 




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SOCIOLOGY 



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LOUISE A. ROBIDA 
PSYCHOLOGY 



PAUL E. ROBIDOUX 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 






262 



RAYMOND R. ROBITAILLE 
MANAGEMENT 



ANTHONY ROCHA 
ENGLISH 



BEATRICE RODRIGUES 
MED. TECHNOLOGY 




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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 







YVETTE A. RODERICK 
VISUAL DESIGN 




MARY S. ROINE 
TEXTILE DESIGN 






JUDITH C. ROY 
ENGLISH 



LORRAINE R. ROY 
FRENCH 



PAUL A. ROY 
MANAGEMENT 






ANITA C. ROSE 
FRENCH 



CARLA V. ROSS 
PSYCHOLOGY 



CAROL RUEST 
PSYCHOLOGY 



263 







NORMAN H. St.ARMOUR, JR. 
ENGLISH 



PAUL St.PIERRE 
SOCIOLOGY 



RICHARD P. St.PIERRE 
MARKETING 






LORRAINE J. SADECK 
MATHEMATICS 



DIANE N. SANTOS 
PRE-MEDICINE 



EDWARD SANTOS 
PORTUGUESE 







264 



JANET M. SANTOS 
ENGLISH 



PAULA SANTOS 
ENGLISH 



GERALD R. SAULNIER 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 






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RONALD A. SAULNIER 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



ROBERT D. SCHIERING 
BIOLOGY 



BRUCE SCOFIELD 
MARINE BIOLOGY 











ROBERT B. SCHWARTZ 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



ELSE N. SCIONTI 
GERMAN 



GEORGE A. SCOTT 
MED. TECHNOLOGY 






JOAQUIM SEMIAO 
SOCIOLOGY 



JOHN T. SENAY 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



ALGIMANTAS J. SENUTA 
MARKETING 



265 






CARLTON A. SEXTON, JR. 
ACCOUNTING 



ROBERT SHARPLES 
SOCIOLOGY 



ANTONIO D. SILVA 
ENGLISH 




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HISTORY 



CAROL L. SILVA 
FRENCH 




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BEVERLY A. SIMMONS 
VISUAL DESIGN 



ERIC A. SIMMONS 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



MARYANN A. SLAVIN 
TEXTILE DESIGN 









JAMES J. SLAZAS 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



TERESA P. SLOAN 
SOCIOLOGY 



ESTELLE A. SMITH 
MATHEMATICS 






ROBERT S. SMITH 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



RUSSELL B. SNOW 
BIOLOGY 



KENNETH F. SILVIA 
VISUAL DESIGN 










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DONALD R. SORELLE 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



JUNE A. SPROULE 
TEXTILE DESIGN 



RICHARD S. SPROUL 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



267 




PAUL M. STETSON 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 





GREGORY STIDSEN 
PAINTING 





RICHARD D. STRONG 
CHEMISTRY 







FREDERIC J. STURGIS 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



ARTHUR F. SULLIVAN 
PAINTING 



CYNTHIA M. SULLIVAN 
ENGLISH 








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DALE A. SWEET 
FRENCH 



JO-ANN F. SYLVIA 
ENGLISH 



WALTER J. SYLVIA 
BIOLOGY 





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MANAGEMENT 



PETER J. SZYMANSKI 
HISTOR Y 



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MARY TAGLIERI 
VISUAL DESIGN 







JOHN F. TANSEY 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



MAUREEN J. TANSEY 
TEXTILE DESIGN 



JANICE E. TAYLOR 
SOCIOLOGY 







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FRENCH 



DANIEL THOMAS 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



LINDA E. TISDALE 
MANAGEMENT 



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PSYCHOLOGY 



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POLITICAL SCIENCE 



PAUL A. TRAHAN 
MANAGEMENT 






CHUNG FEE TSE 
TEXTILE FINISHING 



ARTHUR M. VICTORINO 
MARKETING 



DIANE M. VIEIRA 
MED. TECHNOLOGY 




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MARY VIEIRA 
MARKETING 



GEORGE VIVERIROS 
MATHEMATICS 



THOMAS A. WALMSLEY 
TEXTILE CHEMISTR Y 






ROBERT K. WASSALL 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



EDWARD A. WATSON 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 



NORMAN 0. M. WAY 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 







DAVID A. WEBSTER 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



DANIEL P. WHALEN 
ECONOMICS 



RICHARD T. WHITTAKER 
BIOLOGY 









MICHAEL D. WOLOSHYN 
PAINTING 



CECILIA WONG 



GRACE M. YAMIN 
BIOLOGY 



271 






MICHAEL F. YOUREY 
ACCOUNTING 



JANICE A. ZAWISZA 
BIOLOGY 



JOHN ZMUDA 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 








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ABBOTT. KENNETH D. 
Businos Administration 
11 Delano Wa) 

So. Dartmouth, Muss. 

ABREAU. GEORGE 

Sociology 

% Williams Si. 

Taunton. Mass. 

ABREU. ANTONE. JR. 
Textile Chemistr) 

550 Dartmouth St. 
So. Dartmouth. Mass. 

AGNEW, JAMES F. 
Electrical Engineering 
22 Ashlej St. 
E. Boston, Mass. 

AGUIAR, ALAN J. 

Business Administration 

664 Woodman St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

AGUIAR, BRIAN CLINTON 
Business Administration 
218 Lawton St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

AGUIAR, ELAINE M. 
Mathematics 
496 Jefferson St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delia Phi 

Math Club, V. Pres. 
Math Depl. Representative 

AILLERY. ROGER P. 
English 

119 Lawson Ave. 
Acushnet, Mass, 

ALEXANDER. ANNE MARILYN 
History 
62 Cedar St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Histor) Club 

Year! k Stall 

W.R.A. — Tennis 

ALEXANDER. DANIEL P. 
Biolog) 

396 William St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

ALFONSO. SAMUEL W„ JR. 
Visual Design 
50 Pleasant View 
Fall River, Mass. 

ALLAIN. BERTRAND D.. JR. 
Psycholog) 
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New Bedford, Mass. 

ALLEN. WILLIAM G. 
Painting 
305 Carl Ave. 
Brockton. Mass. 

ALMEIDA, JEAN A. 
Visual Design 
2368 South Main St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

ALMEIDA, PAULINE ANN 



History 

490 Center St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
Histor) Club 

ALVES, SANDRA 
Sociolog) 
36 Langlc) St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

AMANN. CHRIS F. 
Sociolog) 

150 BraWon Pt. Rd. 
West|„,rt, Mass. 

AMARAL. CYNTHIA 
English 

12 MeCabe St. 
So. Dartmouth. Mass. 
Activities: 
Chorus 

ANDERSEN. ROBERT W. 
Accounting 
720 June St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

ANDERSON. LITA A. 
Psycholog) 

222 Franklin Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 

ANDRADE. CATHERINE 
Spanish 

443 Sconticut Nk. Rd. 
Fairhawn, Mass. 
Activities: 

Spanish Club 

ANDRADE. MARIA E. 
History 

222 Pleasant Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ANDRADE. RONALD A. 
Mechanical Engineering 

O (s 

289 Belmont St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

ANDREW. BRYAN 
Psycholog) 
102 Euclid Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

ARRUDA. CAROLE ANNE 
English 

191 Cornell Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ARRUDA. JAMES E. 
History 
72 Ward Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ANCHIL, JOHN C. 
Mathematics 

114 Chase Rd. 

No. Dartmouth. Mass. 

ASTIN. DONNA L. 
Philosophy 
22 Bryant Lane 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

ATHAIDE, JEAN B. 

Psych olog\ 

261 Slocum Rd. 



No. Dartmouth. Mass. 

Activities: 

Psycholog) Club 
Dean's Lisl Slndenl 

AUSTIN. FLOYD H. 
History 
550 Bay Rd. 
Sloughton. Mass. 

AUTOTE. MARY E. 
Sociolog) 
30 Oxford St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delia Phi 

AVELAR, EILEEN M. 
Sociolog) 
46 Cove Rd. 
So. Dartmouth. Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delia Phi 

1FC Delegate 

Fencing Team 

Winter Carnival Contest 
AVILA. SANDRA JEAN 

SllClolog\ 

93 Park St. 

New Bedford Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi. Treas. 

IFC 

Dean's Lisi 

BAJAKIAN, EDWARD J. 
Mechanical Engineering 
26 Westminster Hill Rd. 
Fitchhurg. Mass. 

BARER. WILLIAM F. 
Histon 

278 Lawrence St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 
Activities: 

Histor\ Club 

Drama Society 

Class Exec. Bd. 

Intramural Baskelliull 

Campus Rousers, Trejs. 

BARAC, JOYCE A. 

Spanish 

225 Broun St. 

So. Attleboro, Mass. 

BARBER. CHARLES P. 
Management 
33 Ron St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 

Activities: 

Delia kappa Phi 
Management Club 

BARCLAY. VERNON SCOTT 

Textile Finishing 
175 Hudson St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Pll! Ps, 

A.A.T.C.C. 
A.A.T.T. 

BARER, JOSEPH J.. JR. 
Electrical Engineering 
528 Sncll Si. 



Fall River, Mass. 


( ..lllipil- Hull (•] 


Activities: 




I.E.E.E. 


BENEDETTI. RONALD F 




Industrial Engineering 


BARRSDALE, RAYMOND G. 


333 Mill Si. 


French 


New Bedford, Mass. 


37 So. Sixth St. 




New Bedfold. Mass. 


BENEDICT. JOSEPH R., JR. 




Biology, Marine Option 


BARRAZA, SUZANNE G. 


556 Pleasant Si. 


Painting 


Somerset, Mass. 


Hazard Rd 


Activities: 


Newport, R. I. 


Epsilon Phi Pi 


BARROW. PAUL A. 


BENNETT. TIMOTHY JOSEPH 


Biology 


English 


43 Fort Si. 


510 Herman Si. 


Fairhaven. Mass. 


Fall River, Mass. 




Activities: 


BARROWS. MICHAEL E. 


Baseball 


Biolog) 


Intramural Basketball 


135 Summit St. 




New Bedford, Mass. 


BENOIT. JEAN 1. 


Activities: 


Med. TechnoIog\ 


Epsilon Phi Pi 


479 Coggeshall St. 




Fall River. Mass. 


BATES. MICHAEL A. 




Psychology 


BERGERON. THERESA V 


49 Winter St. 


French 


Fall River. Mass. 


126 Washington Si. 




Fairhaven, Mass. 


BATTAINI, VICTOR L. 




English 


BERGMAN. RICHARD H0WA1 


Box 29 


Mechanical Engineering 


E. Sandwich, Mass. 


69 Vine St. 



BEASLEY. DANIEL J. 
Civil Engineering 
84 Danforth St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

BEAUDRY. JEANNINE E. 
Psycholog) 

135 Low.JI St. 

Fall River. Mass. 

BEAUREGARD. LUCIEN J. 

French 

269 Caroline Si. 

N.w Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Varsih Basketball Aide 
Varsity Baseball, Asst. Coach 
Language Depl. Student Repr 

BECRETT, JAMES R. 
Economics 

1977 Main Rd. 
Westport, Mass. 

BEDNARZ. JOSEPH T., JR. 
Accounting 
147 Bowen St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

BELANGER. RAYMOND A. 
Civ il Engineering 
155 Durfee St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 

BENCE. GAIL EVELYN 

French 

16 Truman Ave. 

No. Dartmouth, Mas-. 

Activities: 

Rappa Sigma Phi. Con. Sei 

Torch Stall 



Brockton. Mass. 

BERNARD, LAWRENCE L. 
Textile Technology 
136 Horton St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

A.A.T.T. 

A.A.T.C.C. 

Phi Psi 

BERNARD, WILLIAM J. 
Textile Technolog) 
19 Lind Terrace 
Randolph, Mass. 

BERN1ER. HENRY L. 
Hisior\ 

41 Wilding St. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 

BERTOLDO, DANIEL J. 
Sociolog) 

49 Nyes Lane 
Acushnet, Mass. 

BERUBE, DAVID 
Management 
156 Armour St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BIBBY, THOMAS ARTHUR 
Mechanical Engineering 
25 Blossom Si. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanical Engineering Clul 

BIRTWISTLE. FERN 

Blolog\ 

254 Main St. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 
Activities: 



273 



Biolog) Assoi ialion 

BLAIR, MARILYN 
Sociolog) 
171 Ryan St. 
N,-u B.clford. Mass. 
Activities: 
Drama Club 

BLANCHETTE, BRIAN E. 
Psycholog) 
8 George St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BLISS, THOMAS 
Histor) 

481 Trcmont St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Torch Photographer 

Literary Review 

BLUMENTHAL. GERALD R. 
Civil Engineering 
11 Roberta R<l. 
Sharon, Mass. 
Activities: 
A.S.C.E. 

BOFF. CAROLYN JEAN 
Sociology 

345 Ames St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

BOIROS, PALL F 
Sociology 
14 Kilmer Ave. 
Taunton, Mass. 

BONNER, JOSEPH II. 
Business Management 
24 Newport Ave. 
Braintree, Mass. 
Activities 

Intramural Basketball 

BONO, PAUL A. 
Economics 
465 John St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BOOTH, THOMAS 

English 

31 Hitch St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

BORGES, EDMUND 

Spanish 

21 Register Ave. 

No. Westjinrt, Mass. 

Activities: 

Spanish ( 'hib 

Yearbook Staff 

Class Vice President. 4th 

Campus Rousers 

Intramural Basketball 

Spring Weekend Sports Dir. 

BORGES, KENNETH FRANK 
Textile Technology 
318 Jeneks St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
A' lu ities 

Delta Kappa Phi 

A.A.'I C 

A.A.T.C.C. 

BORGES, LEONARD A.. JR. 



Electrical Engineering 
92 Rockland St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BOTELHO, CAMILIA A. 
Spanish 

2070 So. Main St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

BOTELHO, LAWRENCE R. 
Business Administration 
564 Buffinton St. 
Somerset, Mass. 

BOTELHO, LEONORA ROSALINA 

Spanish 

Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Spanish Club 

BOTELHO, MICHAEL A. 
Political Science 
20 Briggs St. 
Taunton, Mass. 

BOULANGER, JOYCE A. 
English 
32 Berard St. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Head Cheerleader 

Kappa Sigma Phi, Treas. 

Campus Rousers 

Student Service Org. 

BOUTIN. CLAIRE 
French 

16 Richmond Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BRADY, PHILLIPS D. 
Biology 

Water St. 
Assonel, Mass. 

BRESSETTE, ANNE C. 
French 
25 Agnes St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BRIDGE. STEPHEN C. 
History 

430 Vermont Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

BRITTO. MARY LUCY 
Mathematics 
157 Fair Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Archery Club 
Math Club, Sec. 

BRODY, DONALD J. 
Management 
297 Reed St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

BROTHERS, RAYMOND F„ II 
Management 
567 Ocean Grove Ave. 
Swansea, Mass. 

BROWN, BRUCE H. 
Civil Engineering 

Sunset Dr. 
Sterling, Mass. 

BROWN, RUSSELL L. 



Electrical Engineering 
396 Ridge St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
I.E.E.E. 

BRULE, DIANNE 
Painting 
Pickens Si. 
Lakeville, Mass. 
Activities: 
Chi Delta Phi 

BRUNETTE, ANTHIME E. 
Management 
25 Newburg Ave. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 
Activities: 

Business Club 

BUCKMAN, BRUCE A. 
Electrical Engineering 
14 Bridge St. 
Lakeville, Mass. 
Activities: 
I.E.E.E. 

BURES, KATHERINE M. 
Sociology 
689 Hathaway Rd. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

BURGMYER, JANICE K. 
Marketing 
198 Hanover St. 

Fall River. Mass. 

BURKE. EVELYN 
Sociology 
9 Main St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

BYRON. NANCY J. 
Mathematics 
246 Stafford Rd. 
Fall River, Mass. 

CABRAL, GISELE L. 
French 

1 1 Maplevicw Terrace 
New Bedford. Mass. 
Activities: 
Dean's Lisl 

CABRAL, LUIZ 

Electrical Engineering 
1800 Rodman St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

CAISSE, RONALD H. 
French 

27A Pleasant View 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Fencing Team 

CANTER, SUSAN 
History 
3 Village Dr. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

CAPLAN, THOMAS H. 

Textile Chemistry — Master's 
4300 DcMaisonncuve Apt. 432 
Montreal 215, Quebec, Canada 
Activities: 
Ph. Psi 

CARD, TONI E. 



Visual Design 
63 Plymouth St. 
Middleboro, Mass. 
Activities: 

SMU Art Assoc, Treas. 

CAPURSO. DELORES A. 
Med. Technology 
5 Walcott Rd. 
Shrewsbury, Mass. 

CARCHEDI. DIANNE P. 
Painting 

174 Ridgewood Dr. 
Norwood. Mass. 

CARFAGNA, MICHAEL 
History 

25 Kathleen Rd. 
Brockton, Mass. 

CARLSON, DEXTER J. 

Textile Finishing 
350 Pleasant St. 
Athol, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.T. 
A.A.T.C.C. 

CARON, DWIGHT S. 
Management 
54 James St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

CARON. ROBERT S. 
Marine Biolog) 
402 E. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

CARPENTER, GERALD R. 
Textile Technology 

876 Middle St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

CARRAMONA, ROSEMARY 

Portuguese 
179 Cornel] St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Campus Rousers 

Spring Weekend Com. 

Winter Carnival Com. 

CARREIRO, ALAN K. 
English 

54 Vinnieum Rd. 
Swansea. Mass. 

CARREIRO, JANIS E. 
French 

231 Osborn St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

CARREIRO, MANUEL C. 
Portuguese 
25 Harrison St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Class President 

Delta Kappa Phi 

University Council Member 

Circle K 

Student Fee Allocations 
Member 

CARRIER, ALAN R. 



Business Administration 
162 High Hill Rd. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

CARTER, JEAN M. 

Mathematics 
14 Clifton St. 
Taunton. Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi, Exec. Bd. 

IFC, Rec. Sec. 

Vice President, Freshman Class 

Secretary, Sophomore Class 

Ring Committee 

Drama Club 

Torch 

Ski Club 

Student Senate, V. Pros. 

Math Club 

Campus Rousers 

Student Service Organization 

CARVALHO, THOMAS ANTHONY 
Mechanical Engineering 
145 Gellette Rd. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanical Engineering Club 

A.S.M.E. 

CASANO, RICHARD A. 
Mechanical Engineering 
1168 North Main St. 
Randolph, Mass. 

CASEY, THOMAS GEOFFREY 
Textile Technology, Finishing 
2510 Riverside Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.A.T.C.C. 

A.A.T.T. 

Varsity Baseball 

Delta Kappa Phi 

CATULO, ANTHONY A. 
Management 
680 Church St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

CAVANAUGH. MAUREEN H. 
Painting 
73 Deane St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

SMU Art Club 

CECIL, GARY MITCHELL 
Textile Finishing 
28 Hamlet St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.C.C. 
A.A.T.T. 

CHABOT, JEANNE R. 
Visual Design 
212 Gilford Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Photography Club 

CHADWICK, DAVID L. 
Biology, Marine Option 
261 Elm St. 
So. Dartmouth. Mass. 



274 



Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 
Biology Association 
IFC 

CHAMBERLAIN. WILLIAM 
DECAS 
History 

Mary's Pond R.I. 
Rochester, Mass. 
Activities: 

History Club 

Sports Car Club, V. Pros. 

Spring Track 

Girls' Archery . Coach 

HiM<>r\ Depl., Rcpr. 

CHAMPOUX. FRANCES 
Sociology 

25 Columbia Rd. 
Swansea, Mass. 

CHARETTE, THOMAS S. 
Business Administration 
507 Stetson Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 

CHAUSSE. SCOTT D. 
Psychology 

17 W Ilawn Si. 

E. Taunton. Mass. 

CHAUVETTE. ROGER N. 
Psychology 
102 Kellogg St. 
Fall River. Mas.. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilcm 

Psychology Club 

Sports Car Club 

Dean's Lisi 

CHEPJIAN. HAGUP A. 

Plnsio- 

15 Madison Am-. 

Waterlown, Mass. 

CH1RIGOTIS. ANTHONY G. 
Civil Engineering 
85 Chancery Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

CHOUINARD, GILBERT A. 
French 

114 Alsop Si. 
Fall Ri\er. Mass. 

CIULLIO. SUSAN ELIZABETH 
Psychology 
53 Norwood Si. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Psychology Club 

CLARK CAROLYN R. 

Textile Design 

55 Lake Si. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

COGGESHALL. BARRY T. 
Accounting 

13 Keene St. 

Now Bedford, Ma-. 

CONLAN, DOUGLAS P. 
Civil Engineering 
11 Fourth St. 



Attlcboro, Mass. 

CONNELL, MARY E. 
English 

i)2 Warren Si. 
Fall River, Mas-.. 

CONNOR, KATHLEEN ANN 
English 

43 Capilol Si. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

CONWAY. ROBERT E. 
Civil Engineering 

64 Canton Si. 
Randolph. Mass. 

COOPER. CHRISTINE ANITA 
English 

150 Chasr Rd. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Sigma 

IFC 

Miss SMU Conleslanl 

COOPER, JOHN J., JR. 

Electrical Engineering, Ocean 
25 Fostmere Cl. 
Warwick, R. I. 

CORDEIRO. JOHN R. 
Managemenl 

44 Tremonl Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 

CORMIER. GERARD ANTHONY 
French 
60 Nye St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Peace Action Com. 

Dean's Lisi 

CORNELL. BRIAN 
Mathematics 

250 Williams St. 
Taunton, Mass. 

CORREIA, CAROLYN F. 
Spanish 
25 Adams Si. 
New Bedford. Mass. 

CORREIA. JOHN R. 
Historv 

105 Oregon Si. 
Fall River. Mas-. 

CORRIEA, MICHAEL W. 
Sociology 

181 Rathgar Si. 
Fall River, Mas.. 

COSGRAVE. CYNTHIA A. 
Sociology 
345 Cottage Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

COSTA, ANTHONY T. 
Management 
651 So. Main Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 

COSTA. CLAIRE 
Psychology 
400 Charles Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 



Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

COSTA, JOYCE M. 
Portuguese 
2 Dover Si. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Scrimshaw Staff 

Campus Rousers 

COTE, KEVIN P. 
Biology 

168 Chatterton Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

COTE. NORMA T. 
Sociology 

376 Ml. Pleasant St. 

New Bedlord. Mass. 

COX, DENNIS F. 
Accounting 
443 Prospect St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

COYNE, DENNIS M. 
History 

267 Lakeshore Dr. 
Falmouth, Mass. 

COYNE. JOHN (JAY) 
Marketing 
255 Foresi Ave. 
Brockton 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Intramural Sports 

Student Service Organization 

CRESSY. PATRICIA JEAN 
Visual Design 
29 Bav Shore Rd 
Hyannis, Mass. 
Activities: 

Sports Car Club 

CROOKS. LEONARD W. 

English 

418 Summer Si. 

Weymouth. Mass. 

CROMPTON. ROSEMARY 
Sociology 
171 Clara Si. 
New Bedlord, Mass. 

CURRY. MARY ANN 
Painting 

49 West Britannia Si. 
Taunton, Mass. 

CYR, DAVID A. 
Psychology 
103 Perry Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

CZERWONKA, ELIZABETH A. 
Sociology 
798 Bray ton Ave. 
Fall River. Mass. 

DACEY, SHEILA E. 
English 
818 Read Si. 
Somerset, Mass. 

DANIELS, DOROTHY D. 



English 

1375 Pleasanl Si 

New Bedlord. Mass. 

Activities: 

SMU Theatre League 

DAVIDSON, KAREN J. 
Psycholog) 

Box 282 Monomuscoy 
Waquoit, Mass. 

DAVIS, GLENN L. 
Pa i tiling 

Kit Longhill Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

DEAN. KERRY THOMAS 
Textile Technology 

6 II I Si. 

Somerset, Mass. 
Activities 

Delia Kappa Phi 

A.A.T.T. 

A.A.T.C.C. 

DEAN, MARSHA 
Mathematics 
1684 Stafford Rd. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
Math Club 

DeBECK. HOWARD L. 
Psycholog) 

33 School Si. 
Plainville, Mass. 
Activities: 

Psychology Club. V. Pres. 

Psycholog) Depl.. Repr. 

Univ. Academic Affairs Com. 

Univ. Governance Com. 
Ad Hoc Com. Articles of 
Interdependence 

Intramural Basketball 

DeCOLLIBUS, STEPHEN 

Visual Design 
19 Nelson St. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Activities. 

Scrimshaw Editor 
Photography Club 
Lecture Series Com. 
Stale Com. on Students' Righls 
and Responsibilities 
Ad Hoc Negotiating Com. Chmn. 
Who's Who Among Students 
Woods ol Dartmouth Festival 
Com. 

DeCOST, NORMAN JOSEPH 
Mechanical Engineering, Ocean 
Clifford Rd. 
Plymouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon. V. Pro.. 

Student Senate 

DELANEY, MICHAEL J. 
Civil Engineering 
268 Winthrop St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities. 
A.S.C.E. 

DEDOPOULOS, MKI 
History 
1282 Rockdale Ave. 



New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities. 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Histor) Club 

Torch Reporter 

Miss SMU — runner-up 

DELLINGER, RALPH PAUL 
Mechanical Engineering 
12 Day Si. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanical Engineering Club 

DeMELLO, ARTHUR A. 
Political Science 
32 Division St. 
New Bedford. Mas-. 

DENEAULT. MAUREEN- 
FRANC1NE 

Visual Design — Master's 
91 Townsend St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Ai linlirs 

Chi Delia Pin 
Literary Review 
Candidate, Outstanding 

Young Women ol America 

DENNEN, RICHARD A. 
Textile Chemistry 
New Street 

Rehoboth, Mass. 

DcSOUSA, MARIE 
Mathematics 
570 So. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

DESROSIERS, ROBERT R. 
Electrical Engineerine 
56 Wilding St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 
l.E.E.E. 
I.E.E.E. Computation 

Center Coordinations Com. 

DEVALUES. WILLIAM K. 
Nursing 
38 Anthon) St. 
So. Dartmouth, Mas-. 

DEVLIN, ROBERT B. 
English 

450 W. Rodney French Blvd. 
New Bedlord. Mass. 

DIBIASO. VICTORIA M. 
Visual Design 
43 Garrison St. 
Groveland, Mass. 

DOBYWA. MICHAEL RICHARD 
Mechanical Engineering 
627 Maxfield St. 

New Bedlord. Mas-. 

Activities 

Mechanical Enaineerinj; Club 

DOERR, FRANK T. 
Entjineerinj' 

7 Beeehw I Rd. 

Monlvale, N. J. 

DOMINGOS. RANDALL 
Sociology 
189 Lake Si. 



275 



Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delia Kappa Phi 

Studenl Service Organization 
Co-Chairman 

DONNELLY. DENNIS 
Civil Engineering 
46 Deanville Rd. 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Ai tivities: 
A.S.C.E. 

DONNELLY. JOHN J. 
Civil Engineering 
231 Rathgar St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
A( tivities: 
A.S.C.E. 

DOUCETTE. PAUL J. 
Textile Technology 
326 Washington St. 
Fairhawn. Mass. 

DOUZANIS. EDWARD 
Sociology 
Pierre Ave. 
Lakeville, Mas--. 

DOYLE. KATHLEEN 
Painting 
82 Pleasant St. 
Somerset, Mass. 

DRAHEIM, ROGER M. 
Visual Design 
413 State R,l. 
No. Dartmouth. Mass. 

DRAKE, BRADLEY S. 
Textile Technology 
North St. 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 

DRUCKER. JEAN 
English 
69 Juliette St. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Scrimshaw 

Torch 

Humanities Series 

Student Service Organization 

Winter Carnival Com. 

Roc k Festival Com. 

Senate Strike Grievance Com. 

DUARTE, MICHAEL P. 
Textile Technology 
145 Rockland St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 
Activities 

\arsit\ Soccer 

DUBE, PAULETTE 
French 

153 Puller Ave. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Ii in ities 
Sigma 
French Dcpl. Student Com. 

DUBE, ROLAND E. 
French 

307 Tuttlc St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Ai in ities: 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Campus Rousers 

DUBOIS. JUNE ANNE 
English 

905 Brock Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

DUBOIS. RICHARD 
Biologv 

5 Chieopee St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biologv Club 

DUCKWORTH, JEFFREY S. 
Management 
8 Clarence St. 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 

DUFOUR, ROBERT W. 
Political Science 
946 Rodman St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

DUMONT, DONALD N. 

Accounting 

1325 Acushnet Ave. 

New Bedford. Mass. 

Activities: 

Sports Car Club 
Management Club 

DUNLAP. KEITH E. 
Art Education 

6 Mayflower St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

DUPERE. PAUL H. 

History 

345 Globe St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

DUPUY. RALPH A. 
Chemistry 
259 Vernon St. 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

DUQUETTE. ROBERT P. 

Biology 

115 Hezekiah St. 

Somerset, Mass. 

DUTRA, PATRICIA A. 
Psychology 
3 Grandview Ave. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 

DUTRA, PAUL K. 
History 

56 Hathaway Rd. 
Dartmouth. Mass. 

DUVAL, DAVID 0. 
Biology 
Marion Rd. 
Mattapoisett. Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Biology Assoc. Treas. 

DUVAL, GERARD P. 

Marine Biology 
1661 Highland Ave. 
Fall River. Mass. 

DYKAS, MATTHEW S. 
Sociology 



37 Cottage St. 
Taunton, Mass. 

ELLARD, LILLIAN JEAN 
Visual Design 
43 Plymouth St. 
Holbrook. Mass. 

ELLIOTT. PAULA 
English 
600 Broadway 
Fall River, Mass. 

ELWELL, NED E. 
English 

2114 Phillips Rd. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ELSTE. CHARLES L. 
Mechanical Engineering 
156 Chestnut St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ESTRELLA. ARNOLD C. 
Sociology 
216 Cross Rd. 
No. Dartmouth. Mass. 

ESTRELLA, BRUCE T. 
Biologv 

345 Freelove St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

German Club 

Intramural Basketball 

Baseball Team 

Biology Association 

FABER. DIANNE P. 
German 

245 Hillman St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Drama Club 

Campus Rousers 

Spring Weekend Comm. 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

FAECHER. BARBARA L. 
Visual Design 
6 Wayne Ave. 
New City, N. Y. 

FARIA. GERALDINE 
German 
126 Libert) St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

FARIA, ROBERT A. 
History 

123 Summit St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

FARIAS, SUSAN ANNE 
English 

644 Fisher Rd. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

FERNANDES, BRIAN 

H i s t o r \ 

73 Jenkins St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Campus Rousers 
Intramural Basketball 

FERRARINI, VICTOR P. 



99 Homestead Ave. 
West Springfield, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

A.S.M.E. 

FERREIRA, ARTHUR. JR. 
History 
19 Aetna St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

History Club 

FERREIRA. DAVID 

History 

19 Randall St. 

Taunton, Mass. 

FERREIRA, JUNE E. 
Sociology 
187 Division St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi. Cor. Sec. 

Campus Rousers 

FERRO. LAURA A. 
Psychology 

399 Washington St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi, Corr. and 
Rec. Sec. 

Psychology Club 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Spring Weekend Comm. 

IFC 

Student Service Org. 

FERRO, LORRAINE MARY 
Psychology 
399 Washington St. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi, Pres. 

Spring Weekend Comm. 

IFC 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Psychology Club 

Campus Rousers 

FIGUERIDO. B. F. 

Painting 

10 Figuerido St. 

Teaticket, Mass. 

FILLIP. DIANE C. 
English 

89 Howard Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

FINNERAN. DENNIS MICHAEL 
I- nglish 

13 Archer Court 
Middleboro, Mass. 

FINNERTY. LAWRENCE J. 
History 

685 Cottage St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

FLANAGAN. ROBERT H. 
Textile Technology/Finishing 
30 Newport St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
A.A.T.T. 



A.A.T.C.C. 
Phi Psi, Pres. 

FLEMING, DAVID T. 
English 

48 Margaret Rd. 
Taunton. Mass. 

FLYNN, FRANK A.. Ill 
Chemistry 
20 Clark Lane 
Swansea. Mass. 
Activities: 

Chemistry Club 

Sports Car Club. Treas. 

Ski Club 

Sailing Club 

A.C.S. 

A.A.T.C.C. 

FOLEY, FRANCINE M. 
English 
2 Third St. 
Swansea, Mass. 

FONSECA, MICHAEL B. 
Painting 
104 Cliff Ave. 
Portsmouth. R. I. 

FOUNTAIN, JANET M. 
Psychology 

36 School St. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 



K; 



ppa 



Sifii 



Phi 



Psychology Club 

FRANCIS. BEVERLY A. 
Sociology 
530 Bolton St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi. Rec. Sec. 

V. Pres. 
W.R.A. — Tennis 
IFC 

FREDETTE. PAUL E. 
Accounting 
14 Bannister St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Varsity Basketball 

Varsity Baseball 

Dean's List 

FREDETTE. PAUL HENRY 
Electrical Engineering 
94 Princeton St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

I.E.E.E. 

Com]). Crt. Coord. Comm. 

FRIAR, PETER T. 
Accounting 
361 Madison St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

FRYE, JOHN F. 
Political Science 
104 Highland St. 
Taunton, Mass. 

FULLERTON, DAVID N. 

Electrical Engineering/Ocean 
8 Ingleside Ave. 



276 



Maiden, Mass. 

GAGLIARDI, ALBERT J. 
Psycholog) 
27 Buttonwood St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

GALLIGAN. TERRENCE E. 
Business Administration 
76 Coggeshall St. 
No. Dartmouth. Mass. 

GAMACHE, DONALD R. 
Accounting 
94 Mecca Way 
Acushnet, Mass. 

GEMME. ALBERT CHARLES, JR. 
Management 
72 Deanville Rd. 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Ai tivilies: 

Management Club 

GENDREAU. PAUL M. 
Biolog) 

59 Pm. ml Court 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 
Biolog) Club 

GIFFORD. DAVID BARON 
Textile Technology /Finishing 
103 Chancery St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.T. 

A.A.T.C.C. 

GNIADEK. CHRISTINE ANN 
Painting 

60 Cram- Ave. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

GODDU, MARC C. 

Mechanical Engineer ins: 

14 Cannon St. 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Activities: 

Varsity Golf 
Drama Club 
Basketball 

GODFREY. CLYDE W. 

15 Vale St. 
Tiverton. R. 1. 

GOGUEN. ROBERT J. 
English 

15 Bardsley St. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

SMU Theatre Guild 

GOLEN. RICHARD JOHN 
Political Science 
332 E. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

GOMES, JOSE A. 

Mechanical Engineering 
is o 

67 Westminster St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Mechanical Eng. Club 



GOMES. JOSEPH R. 
Sociology 

117 Cedar St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

GOMES, MARGARET A. 
Painting 

365 Lincoln ,\\e. 
North Dighlon, Mass. 

GONET. FREDERICK IOHN 
Accounting 
175 Penniman St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club, Treas. 

GONNEVILLE, RONALD I 
Textile Technolog) 
1044 Phillips Rd. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

GORCZYCA. CAROLE ANN 
Psychology 

125 Collelte St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Campus Rousers 

GORDON. MARK STEVEN 
Accounting 
2.3 Sable Ave. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon. Treas 
Phi Psi 

IFC 
Management Club 

GOULART, JOHN R.. JR. 
Electrical Engineering 
3 Dunbar St. 
Bristol, R. I. 

GOULART, MANUEL 
Portuguese 
48 Davis St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Soccer Team 

GOYETTE, DIANE D. 
Psychology 
1507 Sassaquin Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

GRACE, SUSAN 



English 




7 Clay St. 




New Bedford, M 


ass. 


GRACIA. CLAIRE 


ANNA 


French 




101 Stephen St. 




So. Dartmouth. 


Vlass. 


Activities: 




Chi Delta Phi 




IFC 




Spring Week* 


ml Comm 


French Club 




Women's Fen 


■ing Tean 


Drama Club 





GRANDE, RAYMOND J. 
Electrical Engineering 

676 Second St. Apt. ( ) 
Fall River, Mass. 

GRANT, CONSTANCE A. 



Sociology 

16 North Pleasant St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Torch 

Tennis 

GRAY, SUSAN B. 
History 

169 Pennsylvania Ave. 
Somerset. Mass. 

GREENE, MARYLEE ANN 

Psychology 

661 Old Count) Rd. 

West port, Mass. 
Activities: 

Sigma, Sec. 

IFC 

Psychology Club 

Ski Club 

W.R.A. 

GRENON, DONNA L. 
Mathematics 
51 Ml. Pleasant St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Chorus 

Math Club 

Campus Rousers 

W.R.A. 

Tennis 

IFC 

GRIFFIN, CAROL A. 
Visual Design 
25 Greenkke Dr. 
Greenville, R. I. 

GRUNWALD, GEORGE L. 
Med Technolog) 
14 Waverl) St. 

Taunton, Mass. 

GUBBINS, WILLIAM C. 

Textile Technology 
74V2 Main St. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.A.T.T., Sec. 

GUILLET. ROBERT A. 

Cavil Engineering 
1157 Phillips R,l. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
A.S.C.E. 

GUIMOND, CHARLOTTE R. 

English 

106 Cherrv St. 

Fall River. Mass. 

Activities: 

Eng. Dept. Student Del. 

GUINDON. ROSE M. 
Pre-Medicine 

674 Bark St. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Assoc.. Sec. 

C.O.N. E. 

HADDAD, LILLIAN 
Sociology 



2662 Riverside \v. 

Somerset. Mass 

HALLORAN, JOAN 

Visual Design 

122 Old Count) Rd. 

Weslport, Mass. 

HALSTEAD, DIANE I!. 
Psycholog) 
9 Speakei St. 

No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

HALSTEAD, THOMAS M. 

Management 
262 Nash Rd. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

HAMMOND, PETER WILSON 
Political Science 

13 Pope St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Fencing Team 

Political Science Assoc. 
Ski Club 

HARDING. KEITH GEORGE 
Marketing 
1 1 A 1 lams St. 
Wareham. Mass. 
Activities 

Deutsche Verein, V. Pres. 

Management Club 

Chorus 

HARRIMAN, NELSON 
FRANKLIN. Ill 

Textile Technology 

53 Main Si. 

Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Activities: 
A.A.T.T. 

HASKELL. BARRY E. 
History 

9 Harmony Si 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Actii ities: 

Delta Kappa Phi. Pres. 

(arch- K 

Student Justice, I niv . Ct. 

History Dept. Student Com. 

HEALY. MICHAEL P. 
Business Administration 
429 Clinton St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

HELGELAND, THOMAS 
Mathematics 
624 Cogg, ■shall St. 
New Bedford, Mass 
Activities: 
( ihorus 

HENNESSEY, RICHARD G. 
Management 

669 High St. 

Fall Rive,. Mass. 
Activities: 

Management ("lull 

HILL. MARK O. 
Political Science 
181 Washington St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

HITCHCOCK. THOMAS G. 



( av il Engineering 
615 Stony Mill Rd. 
Wilbraham, Mass. 

HI\soN. JEFFREY G 
Civil Engineering 
90 Freeman Si. 
Stoughton, Mass. 

HOLLAND. \I \in \N\ 

Psych gv 

7 Wollcoll \vc 

No. Dartmouth, Ma--. 

ictivilies 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Psycholog) Club 

Campus Rousers 

Dean's List 

HOLMES. EDGAR I... JR. 
Marketing 
4 Keith Ave. 

Lakeville. Ma--. 

Activities. 

Management ( Hub 

Sin I ing Chili 

Hockey Team 

HOSS, PAMELA LOI ISE 
Painting 
37 Summer St. 
Rockland, Mass. 

HOUDE. LOUISE T. 
Pre-Medicine 
262 Whipple St. 
Kill River, Mass. 

HOWARTH. M. E. 

Philosophy 
306 Main SI. 
Dighlon, Mass. 

HUME, KENNETH P. 
Mechanic al Engineering 
350 Sprague St 
Fall River. Mass. 

HUNT, KATHERINE M. 

Psych gv 

587 Middle St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

HURLBUT. BRI I E \ 
Management 
28 Holmeswood T.-r. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

HURLBUT, WILLIAM A. 
Management 
28 Holmeswood Ter. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

HUSSEY. EDMUND. I. 
Hislorv 

20 Richmond St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Ai in ities. 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

HUSSEY. RICHARD B. 
Management 
32 Greenwood St. 
Gardner, Mass. 

JACKSON, DEBORAH JOYCE 
Sociology 

4 Junior Si. 



277 



New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Sigma 
IFC 

JAMES, HENRY G. 
English 

138 Merrimac St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chorus 

Drama Club 

Political Science Club 

JAMES. MICHAEL F. 
Painting 
299 Collelte St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

JENK1NS0N. WILLIAM E. 
Political Science 
181 Leonard St. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Political Science Club 

JEFFREY. ROBERT W.. JR. 

Sociology 
911 Drill Rd. 
Westport, Mass. 
Activities: 

Student Judiciary Judge 

JEWELL, JAMES M. 
English 
3 Buxton Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

JODOIN, JOHN M. 
Electrical Engineering 
13 Orchard St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 
I.E.E.E. 

JONES, PAUL GRANT 
Mechanical Engineering 
51 Clanc) St. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Phi Psi" 

Mechanical Engineering Club 

JORDAN, PAUL M. 
Civil Engineering 
29 Hollyhock St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

JOYNT, MARILYN CHRISTINE 
Psychology 

473 Old Fall River Rd. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities. 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Psychology Club 

JUHL, ELAINE M. 
Mathematics 
41 Walnut St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

KAMPS. EDWARD V. 
Mechanical Engineering 
35 Franklin St. 
Dcdham, Mass. 

KARLSON, DAVID J. 



Management 
Standish Rd. 
E. Orleans, Ma-.-.. 

KEARNEY, BERNARD J., JR. 
English 

222 Hawthorne St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

KELLEHER. WILLIAM J. 
Electrical Engineering 
103 Highland Ave. 
Dcdham, Mass. 

KIELY. DONNA HELEN 
Sociology 
101 Shawmut St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
Sigma 

KINCH, JAMES CHARLES 

Biology/Marine 
430 West Main St. 
Avon, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi, Chancellor 

Biology Association 

A.I.B.S. 

KING, DEBORAH 
Biology 

147 Rounds St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chemistry Club 

KING, JEFFREY D. 
Accounting 
580 Hathaway Rd. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Class Treasurer 

Management Club 

IFC 

KING, PAMELA 

Biolog\ 

147 Rounds St: 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chemistry Club 

KING, STEPHEN JOSEPH 

Management 

86 McDonald St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Management Club, V. Pres. 

KING, WAYNE MICHAEL 
Electrical Engineering 
82 Fenmorc St. 
E. Providence, R. I. 
Activities: 
I.E.E.E. 

KOPECHESSI, TONALD THOMAS 
Textile Technology 
42 Arnold St. 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.C.C. 

A.A.T.T.. Pres. 

Soccer Team 



KOT, JOSEPH W.. JR. 
Management 
20 Day St. 
Fall RiVer. Mass. 



KRUGER, LOUIS H. 
Political Science 
29 Main St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

KRYSA, PETER N. 
Electrical Engineering 
78 Arizona St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

LABERGE, RICHARD 
Painting 
37 Everett St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

LACARIA, JUDITH DEIBIG 
Visual Design, Master's 
110 Waterman St. 
Providence, R. I. 

LAFFAN, JOHN M. 
Mathematics 
44 Kilton St. 
Taunton. Mass. 

LAFLEUR, LOUISE M. 
Chemistry 
28 Ellen St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chemistry Club, Treas./Sec. 

A.C.S. 

Chemistry Dept. Student Repr. 

LAIOIE. RICHARD D. 
History 
13 Pauline St. 
Westport, Mass. 

LAMARRE. LINWOOD L. 
Psychology 
95 Madison St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

LAMBALOT, THERESE M. 

I h ih h 

457 Brock Ave. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

LAMOUREUX, PAUL R. 
Accounting 
102 Bernese St. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 

LAPRE. SHEILA 
Sociology 
253 Hersom St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

LARSEN, VICKY LYNN 
Psychology 
249 Lawlon St. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Sigma 

Psychology Club 

Drama Club 

LAUREANO. HELEN M. 
Spanish 

31 Friendship St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

LAVALLEE. THEODORE L. 



English 

27 Vernon St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

LAVOIE, ALLAN R. 
Civil Engineering 
176 Highland St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

LAWTON, HAROLD E., JR. 
Business Administration 
47 Howland Rd. 
Westport, Mass. 

LEACH, SHERRY ANNE 
Sociology 
70 Ferry Rd. 
Bristol, R. I. 

LEMIEUX, CHRISTIN 

Visual Design 
2396 Pleasant St. 
Dighton, Mass. 

LEMMO, DOUGLAS 
Mechanical Engineering 
24 West St. 
Middleboro, Mass. 

LENNON, KATHLEEN 
Psychology 

416 Washington Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

LENNON, MAUREEN 
Psychology 
416 Washington Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

LENTZ. DAVID J. 
English 

20 Fenway Dr. 
Framingham, Mass. 

LEPAGE. HERBERT P. 
History 

144 Rounds St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

LETOURNEAU. GERARD 
ROBERT 
Management 
127 Barnes St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club 
A.M. A. 

LEVRAULT, ROBERT B. 

Sociology 

4449 Acushnet Ave. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

LIMA, BRUCE 
Marketing 
149 Aquidneck St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

LIZOTTE, DONALD B. 

Mechanical Engineering 

p P 

Snipatuil Rd. 
Rochester, Mass. 

LOMAX, PETER 

Mechanical Engineering 

p p 

245 Emmett St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

LOPES. BRUCE A. 



Textile Technology 
90 Rowley St. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 
A.A.T.T. 

LOURA, JOSEPH 
Textile Technology 
1 15V2 Winthrop St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.A.T.T. 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.C.C. 

LOWRY. LLOYD F. 
Marine Biology 
31 Ralph Rd. 
Raynham, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Biology Club 

LUZ. MARY M. 
Pre-Medicine 
1939 So. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

LYMAN. EDWARD 
Physics 

12 Reservoir St. 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Activities: 
Ski Club 
Physics Club 

LYNCH, DIANA MARIE 
Marine Biology 
202Tarkiln Hill Rd. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 

Drama Club 

LYNCH, JEAN ELIZABETH 
Spanish 

114 Stevens Rd. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Spanish Club, Sec. 

Sigma 

LYONNAIS. DIANNE D. 
Psychology 
46 Jerusalem Rd. 

Fairhaven, Mass. 

McALOON, WILLIAM M. 
Mechanical Engineering 
433 Middleboro Ave. 
Taunton, Mass. 

McCOMBE, DAVID MICHAEL 
Electrical Engineering 
770 Sconticul Nk. Rd. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 
I.E.E.E. 
Track, Coach 

McCORMICK, PAUL S. 
Marketing 
P.O. Box 181 
Assonet, Mass. 

McDERMOTT, MICHAEL K. 
History 
184 Pcckham Rd. 



278 



Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities. 

Delta Kappa Phi 

IFC. Pres. 

Historv Club 

Campus Rousers 

Spring Weekend Comm. 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Student Justice 

M.DONALD. STEVEN C. 
Business Management 
69 Desmond Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

M.DONOUGH. MICHAEL I. 
Accounting 
12 Worcester Si. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Management Club 

McFARLAND, MALCOLM BRUCE 

English 

23 Adams St. 

Somerset, Mass. 

McGARTY, EVERETT 
Political Science 
195 Mt. Pleasant Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

McGARTY. RAYMOND F. 
English 

95 Sodom Rd. 
Westport, Ma-s. 

McGOWAN, COLEEN L. 
Textile Design 
250 Pine Si. 
Tewksbury, Mass. 

M.KENZIE, ROBERT M. 
Chemistr) 
26 Hodges Ave. 
Taunton, Mass. 

Mclaughlin, betsy 

Visual Design 
52 McAlee Ave. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chorus 

M. MULLEN. JAMES ALBERT 
Accounting 
358 Mill St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

McSWAIN, .11 D1TH A. 
Painting 
5 Foxhill Rd. 
Foxboro, Mass. 

MACEDO, JOAQU1M CHARLES 
Psychology 
270 Bates St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Baselull 

Traek 

MACHN1K. PAULA ANN 
Painting 



780 Ba) Si 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chorus 

M\(. ILL I, FORI, E M. 

English 

83 Mill St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 
Talker 

MANC. LUKE 

Electrical Engineering 
1 f7 Eighth St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Actii ities: 

l.E.E.E. 

Fencing 

MANNING. THOMAS A. 

Mark. ling 

465 Falmouth Rd. 
Hvannis, Mass. 

MARCELINO. ARMAND C. 
Spanish 
118 Wilcox Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

Spanish Club 

Spanish Depl. Student Repl. 

MARCH. ANNE MARIA 
Mathematics 
890 Pleasant St. 
Bridgewater, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Math Club 

Ski Club 

Fraternal Stud) Comm. 

Campus Rousers 

Student Senate. See. 

W.R.A. 

Spring Weekend Comm. 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Scrimshaw 

SMU Lee lure Series Comm. 

Ring Committee 

Student Service Organization 

MARSDEN. STEPHEN J. 
Civil Engineering 
835 Center St. 
No. Dighlon, Mass. 

M ARTEL, ALICE 
Psychology 
143 Parker St. 
New Bedford, Mass 
Actii ities: 

Psychology Club 
W.R.A. 

MARTEL. NORMAN!) ROGER 
Pre-Medicine 
86 Frosi St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

Biologv Club 

MARTIN. LEOPOLD J. 
Accounting 

44 Maitland St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

MARTIN. PIERRE A. 



Political Science 
218 Whitman St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MARTINEZ, MARGARET H. 
English 
201 High St. 
Taunton, Mass. 

MARTINS, EDWARD \ 
Biologv /Marine 
517 Cambridge St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 
Biologv Club 

MARX, LINDA JANE 
Painting 

611 Warren Ave. 
Swansea. Mass. 
Activities: 
Chorus . 

MASSE. MAI RICE R. 
Business Administration 
28 Brayton Ave. 
Fall River. Mass. 

MATHEWS. FRED N. 
Psycholog) 
41 Jerusalem Rd. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 

MATTERA, PAUL D. 

Philosophv 
16 Horton St. 

PrOV illenee. R. I. 

MEACHAM. BRUCE E. 
Industrial Engineering 
342 Ml. Blue St. 
Norwell, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Sport- Car Club. V. Pres. 

Ski Club 

MEDEIROS, ANTHONY J., JR. 
Electrical Engineering 
462 Lincoln Si. 
Seekonk, Mass. 
Activities: 
l.E.E.E. 

MEDEIROS, ELIZABETH L. 
English 

514 Collins Corner R.I. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 

IFC 

Dean's List 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Campus Rousers 

Literary Review 

MEDEIROS. LEONARD 
Textile Finishing 

112 Birehw I Dr. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

MEDEIROS, MARGARET 
English 

10 W. Bliss St. 
So. Dartmouth. Mass. 

MEDEIROS. NOE O. 
Portuguese 



121 Webster Ct. 
New Bedford, Mass 
Activities: 

Campus Rousers 

MEDEIROS, PAMELA M 
Visual Design 
623 Robeson Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 

MEDEIROS. PATRIC1 \ A. 
Spanish 
337 Stetson St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

MEDEIROS. ROSEMARY 
English 
70 Seahurv St. 

New Bedford. Mass, 

MEDEIROS. THOMAS G. 
H.slorv 

540 Robeson St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

MELANSON, THOMAS E. 
Accounting 
760 Coggeshall Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MELLO, BRENDA J. 
Psycholog) 

402 Park St. 

New Bedlord. Mass. 

MELLO. EMERY D. 
Philosophv 
285 So. Beacon St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Philosophv Club. Pres. 

MELLO. VENCELO D. 
Sociolog) 
463 Union Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MENDES. ELAINE I 
Political Science 
184 Chancer) St. 
New Bedlord. Ma--, 

MENDONCA. CYNTI1I \ M 
Visual Design 
572 Locust St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Ai tivities: 
Miss SMU 

MENDOZA. FRANCIS J. 
Business Administration 
1995 Elm St. 

Dighlon. Mass. 

MERCER. RICHARD W. 

Economies 
1625 Main St. 

Leiee-ter. Mass 

MESSIER. CHARLES H. 
Biologv 

201 Knight Ave. 
Attleboro. Mass. 
At tivities. 

Epsilon Pin Pi 

Biologv Club 

MIECZKOWSKI. THEODORE R. 



Civil Engineering 
30 Lawrence IT. in R.I 
Hadley, Mass. 
Ai in ities. 
Basketball 

MIERZEJEWSKI, PAMELA 

CATHY 

English 

559 Rockdale Ave, 

New Bedlord. Mass. 

Activities: 

Drama Club, Bus. Mgr. 
Chi Delta Phi. V. Pres. 
IFC. Tie.ls. 

English D.pi. Repr. 
Lilerarv Review 
Winter < !u in iv a I ( oniin. 
Student Service Organ. 
Dean's List 

MILLER. DAVID R. 
Manage me n I 
397 Adams St. 
Milton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Managemenl Club 

Sporls Car Club 

Photograph) (dub 

MILLER. JOHN 

Mechanical Engineering 
Box 79. Pellet La. 
S. Chatham, Mass. 

MILLER, WILLIAM F. 
Electrical Engineering 
165 Elliot Si. 
Br.icklon. Mass. 

MILLS. SUSAN JEAN 
Historv 

132 Chestnut Si. 
N. Reading. Mass 
Activities: 

Historv Club 

Librarv Comm. 

Tennis 

MINOSO. JOSE 
Historv 

202 Eugenia Si. 
New Bedlord. Mass. 

MIRANDA. FRANK 
English 
38 Meribah Si. 

Somerset, Mass. 

MISKA, MARY C. 

Biologv 

57 Stanford St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

MITCHELL. LILLIAN 
Sociologv 
32 Florence Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 

MOGAN. SUSAN 
Painting 

23 Pine Crest Dr. 
Taunton, Ma--. 

MONIZ. DANIEL A. 
Civ d Engineering 
54 DeWoll St. 
New Bedlord. Mass. 



279 



Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Intramural Basketball 
Sports Car Club 
A.S.C.E.. Treas. 

MONIZ. DELPHINA 
English 

951 Cherry St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi. Pres. 

Chorus 

Fencing 

W.R.A. 

MONIZ. LINDA 

English 

566 So. Second St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi, V. Pres. 

Dean's List 

Drama Club 

1FC. Alternate 

Literary Review 

Winter Carnival Committee 

Campus Rousers, See. 

Student Ser\ ice Organ. 

MONTY, DONNA MARIE 

Sociology 

62 Farm field St. 

Fairhaven, Mass. 

MONTY, ROGER 
French 

843 Brock Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MOORE, DEBORAH 
English 
44 Bright St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

MOORE, SUSAN K. 
Psychology 
2 Monroe Ct. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Psychology Club 

MORGAN. ROBERT L., JR. 

Political Science 

501 Kenneth Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

MORSE, LEE E. 

History 

89 Stanley St. 

Attleboro Falls, Mass. 

MORSE, WADE H. 

Mechanical Engineering 
217 Monument St. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
■hiii ities. 

Mechanical Engineering Club 

A.S.M.E. 

MORIN. ROSE MARIE J. 

French 

219 Purchase Si. 

Fall River, Mass. 

MOSS, RANDALL E. 
Mathematics 

171 Warren St. 



Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Basketball 

Baseball 

Soccer 

MOTTA, RICHARD 
Accounting 
260 Nash Rd. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MULLIN, RONALD A. 
Psychology 
136 Lafayette St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MULROONEY, JAMES F. 
Spanish 

167 Alardice Rd. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Spanish Club 
Philosophy Club 

MURPHY, LAWRENCE A. 
Psychology 

76 Cambridge St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

MURPHY, ROBERT G. 
Electrical Engineering 
89 Jenny Lind St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM F. 
Accounting 
849 Walnut St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Management Club 

Intramural Sports 

NELSON, BARBARA G. 
Business Administration 
191 Ryan St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

NEVES, DANIEL JOSEPH 

Marketing 
417 Hillman St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
Golf Team 

NICHOLS, EDWARD R. 
Textile Technology 

22 Rounds St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.T. 
A.A.T.C.C. 

NORTHROP. KATHLEEN T. 
English 
114 Dover St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

NORTON, EDWARD J. 

Mechanical Engineering/ Ocean 
137 Summer Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

NOVICK, FLORENCE V. 
Sociology 

53 Byron St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 



NUNES, ANTHONY P. 
Electrical Engineering 
44 Atlas Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

O'BARA, JOSEPH JOHN 
Civil Engineering 
99 Beaumont Ave. 
Chicopee, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
A.S.C.E. 

O'BRIEN, KAREN J. DAVIDSON 

Psychology 
3 Riverside Dr. 
Seconsett Island 
Activities: 

Psychology Club 

Dean's List 

O'CONNELL, GARY M. 
Chemistry 

388 Gardner's Nk. Rd. 
Swansea, Mass. 

O'CONNELL, KATHLEEN 
Political Science 
23 Main Rd. 
Tiverton. R. I. 
Activities: 

Sports Car Club, Sec. 

OLEJARZ, PETER J. 
Chemistry 
27 Bluefield St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

OL1VEIRA, DAVID P. 
English 

115 Mulberry St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

OLIVEIRA, ROBERT 

Mathematics 
1257 No. High St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

OLIVEIRA, SUSAN R. 
English 

184 Middle Rd. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Miss Winter Carnival 

Scrimshaw 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Asst. Head Cheerleader 

Campus Rousers 

O'MALLEY, DENNIS M. 
Painting 
306 Central St. 
Central Falls, R. I. 

ORPHAN, BEVERLEY J. 
Visual Design 
65 Hillshire Lane 
Norwood, Mass. 

OUELLETTE, ROGER A. 
Management 
2"69 Shove St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

OUIMETTE, EUGENE R. 
Painting 
1047 Dewey St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



PAIVA, JEFFREY 
English 

194 Huttleston Ave. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Justice. V. Discpl. Bd. 

IFC 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Spring Weekend Comm. 
Who's Who Among Students 

PAIVA, LEONARD A. 
Mathematics 
7 Norfolk St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

PAIVA, STEPHEN 

Portuguese 

48 Swift St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi, Treas. 
Student Senate 
Language Dept. Repre. 

PALAZZI, RAYMOND D. 
Civil Engineering 
10 Alegi Ave. 
Taunton, Mass. 

PALUMBO. VICTOR A.. JR. 

Management 
3 Madison Ct. 
Fall River. Mass. 

PANAGIOTOPOULOS, C. 
Electrical Engineering 
9 Fisherman Rd.. W.I. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

PAU0UETTE, MURIEL MARIE 
History 

525 Centre St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 
Tennis 
History Club, Treas. 

PARENT, YVETTE D. 
French 

349 Conduit St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

PARREIRA, MARYANN 
English 

18 Buttonwood Rd. 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 

PARSONS. ALEXANDER 
Mathematics 
113 Old Colony Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 

PASIUK. WILLIAM J. 
Business Management 
8 Webster St. 
Humarock, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Management Club 

A.M.A. 

Intramural Basketball 

Track 

PATEL, PHIROZE H. 

Textile Technology 



160 Cottage St. 
New Bi'dford, Mass. 

PEDRO, ROSEMARIE 

Sociology 

900 No. Main St. 

Acushnet, Mass. 

Activities: 



Ka 



ppa Sigma Phi 



IFC, Alternate 

Cheerleader 

Campus Rousers 

Student Service Organization 

PELLETIER, DIANE I. 
Mathematics 
15 Covell St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

PEREIRA, DAVID V. 
Electrical Engineering 
435 Division St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Intramural Basketball 

I.E.E.E. 

PEREIRA, D. JAIME 
Accounting 
195 Eugenia St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

PERKINS, RONALD G. 

Med. Technology 

3 Smith Ct. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Med. Tech. Club 

PERO, JANET ELIZABETH 
Biology 
36 Maple St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 
Sigma 

PERRAULT. PETER J. 
Business Administration 
381 Pine St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

PERRY, JOYCE 

Psychology 
858 Eastern Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi, v". Pres. 

PERRY, MARGARET MAY 
Portuguese 
84 Mosher St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

PERRY, PHILLIP C. 
History 

50 Pleasant St. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Campus Rousers, V. Pres. 

History Club 

PERRY, ROBERT G. 
Civil Engineering 
1433 Pine St. 
Dighton, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.C.E., Sec. 



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PETERS, HERBERT.!. 
Electrical Engineering 
122 French Ave. 
Brockton, Mass. 

PETERSON. THOMAS A. 
Management 
79 Spooner St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Sports Car Club 

Varsit) Fencing 

Student Senator 

Business Club 

PETITTI, KENNETH C. 
Mechanical Engineering 

p o 

41 Richmere R.I. 
Matta|)an. Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Sports Car Club 

Drama Club 

PIELECH, ROBERT MICHAEL 
Accounting 
2543 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Class V. Pres. 3 

Ring Committee 

Cirele K 
Management Club 

PIGEON. ROBERT 

Mechanical Engineering 

p p 

7 Neuropil. Plaee 
Taunton, Mass. 

PIERCE, DAVID 
Marine Biolog) 
31 Richmond St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 

Biology Club Student Repr. 

PIEPUL, VINCENT 
Painting 

140 Atwater Terr. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Activities: 
Traek Team 

PINAULT, ELEANOR A. 
Philosophy 
95 Doris Ave. 
Warwick, R. I. 

PLATENIK. JOSEPH J„ JR. 
Business A.I ministration 
28 E. Ashland St. 
Brockton, Mass. 

PLOURDE, ARMAND L. 
Accounting 
791 Brock Aye. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

POIRIER, RUSSELL 
P re-Medicine 

968 Norw I St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

POSEY, ARTHUR R. 
Sociology 

173 Mason St. 



Pall River, Mass. 

POTTER. LEONARD I 

Civil Engineering 
p p 

604 Main R.I. 
West port. Mass. 

POVOAS. SYLVIA L. 
Marketing 
64 Sheridan St. 
No. Easton, Mass. 
Activities: 
Sigma 

POYANT. DENNIS RICHARD 
History 

177 Central Axe. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi. Ree. Sec. 

Student Senator 

History Club 

Campus Rousers 

Drama Club 

Spring Weekend Comm. 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

PRATT, DONALD R. 
Mathematics 

300 Cllalterlon Ave. 
Somerset. Mass. 

RACINE, SUZANNE E. 

I llgllsh 

1298 N. Mam St. 
Acushnet, Mass. 

RACOFSKY, JOHN M. 
Psychology 

114 River Ave. 

Providence, R. I. 
Activities: 

Kappa Phi. Sec. 

RAGUSA, CARMEN 
Biology 

104 Burns Ave. 
Lodi, N. J. 

RAMJERDI, CHOLAM R. 
Civil Engineering 
193 Elm St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

RAPOZA, MARIE A. 

Portuguese 
268 Carver St. 
Raynham, Mass. 

RAPOZA, ROSEAN M. 
English 
118 Alpha St. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

RATTE, DIANE JEANNE 
History 

298 Whipple St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi, Pres. Sec. 

Chorus 

Fencing Team 

Tennis Team 

History Club 

RAY, FREDERICK D. 

Mechanical Engineering 
57 Bayview Ave. 



So. Dartmouth. Mass. 

REBACK, JEFFREY S. 
Biologv 

48 Bangor St. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 

REBELLO, STEPHEN ARTHUR 
English 

140 Fat i ma Dr. 
Somerset, Mass. 

REESE, JAMES B. 
Textile Technology 
128 Sliavvinul Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

REGO, ANTHONY WAYNE 

Portuguese 

66 Lindse) St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

REGO, CLEMENT J. 
Economics 
16 Narragansett Ave. 
Portsmouth. R. I. 

REID, GARY 

Civil Engineering 
Bryant PI. 
Dedham, Mass. 

RE1NHAGEN, WILLIAM ALLEN 

Economics 
So. Main St. 
Assonet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Economics Club 

Track 

Intramural Basketball 

RESENDES IO AN 
French 
10 Cherry St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

REYNOLDS. WILLIAM A.. JR. 
Textile Technology 
55 Bluefield St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
At liulu^ 

Fencing Team, Capt. 

RICE, JOY ELLEN 
Chemistry 
54 Penbroke Ave. 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chemistry Club, Sec./Treas. 

A.C.S. 

RICHARD, PAULETTE MARIE 

Visual Design 
398 Dawson St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

RICHARD. RANDALL G. 

Political Science 

807 High St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

RIORDAN, DENNIS JAMES 

Accounting 

17931 Devonshire St. 

North ridge, Calif. 



Activities: 

Management Club 
Chorus 

ROBERTS. ROBERT M. 

Sociology 

33 Stewart St. 

Fall River. Mass. 

ROBIDA. LOUISE ANNE 

Psychologv 

181 Lawrence M 

New Bed I. M.i-- 

Activities. 

Chi Delia Phi 

Chorus 

ROBIDOUX, PAUL E. 
Political Science 
2152 So. Mam St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities. 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Baseball 

Intramural Basketball 

Political Science (Jul, 

R0BITA1LLE. RAYMOND R. 
Management 
4 Ellis Ave. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 

ROCHA. ANTHONY 

English 

98 Seaver Ave. 

Somerset, Mass. 

RODERICK, YVETTE A. 
Visual Design 
13 Bradford St. 
Provincelov, n. Mass. 

RODRIGUES. RICHARD 

Mechanical Engineering 
p p 

385 President Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
A.S.M.E. 

RODRIGUES. BEATRICE 
Med. Technology 
288 Earle St. 
New Bedford, Mas.. 
Actii ides: 

Biologv ASSOC. 

Med. Tech. Club. V. Pres 

ROINE, MARY S. 
Textile Design 
50 Mayflower R.I. 
Pembroke, Mass. 
Activities: 

Student Senate 

Photograph) Club 

Chorus 

ROSE, ANITA CARROLL 
French 
49 Laurel St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 
Dean's List 

ROSE, ROBERT 
Med. Technology 
139 Butler St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ROSS, CARLA VICTORIA 



Psychology 

327 Oiiincv St, 
Fall River, Mass 
Activities 

Sigma, President 
Chorus 
Drama Club 
Psychology Club 
Student Service Organ. 

ROY. JUDITH CLAIRE 

English 

1429 Morion Ave 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities. 

Chi Delta Phi 

Campus Rousers 

Newman Club 

ROY, LORRAINE R. C. 
French 

20 Iivington St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

ROY, PAUL A. 

Management 

125 Cottage St. 

New Bed lord. Mass. 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Management Club 
Hockey Team 

Track 

RUEST, CAROL 
Psychology 

73 Slooiim St. 

North Alii. boro. Mass. 

Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

ST.ARMOUR. NORMAN HENRY. 
JR. 

English 

5 Senechal Dr. 

N. Westport, Mass. 

St. MICHAEL, GLADYS 
Med. Technology 
347 Hilton St. 
Tiverton. R. I 

St. PIERRE, RICHARD PAUL 

Marketing 

41 Hargreaves St. 

Fall River. Mass. 

Activities: 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Management Club. Pres. 

Sports Car (dub 
A.M. A. 

SABINO. GEORGE M. 
Electrical Engineering 
63 Swift St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

SACCUCCI. SUSAN M. 

Physics 

239 Jepson St. 
Fall River. Mass. 
At In ities: 

Chi Delta Phi 

Phvs.CS CIUI. 

SADECK, LORRAINE J. 

Mathematics 
32 Iivington St. 



281 



New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mathematics Club 

SANTOS, DIANE NORMA 
Pre-Medicine 
25 Winsor St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Drama Club 

Class Sec. 1 

SANTOS. EDWARD C. 
Portuguese 
316 Hemlock St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

SANTOS. JANET MARIE 
English 
378 Allen St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
Ski Club 

SANTOS. PAULA 
English 

25 Howland St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Archer) Team 

Philosoph) Club 

SAULN1ER. GERALD R. 
Civil Engineering 
621 King Phillip St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.C.E.. V. Pros. 

SAULNIER. RONALD A. 
Textile Technology 
228 Dawson St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
A.A.T.T. 

SAVERY. SAMUEL A. JR. 
Electrical Engineering 
149 Count) Rd. 

Marion. Mass. 

SCH1ERING. ROBERT D. 
Biology/Marine 
51 Belmont Cl. 
Brockton. Mass. 
Activities: 

Tau Kappa E|>silon 
Photograph) Club 

SCHUBER. ROBERT C. 
Civil Engineering 
38 Prince Circle 
Marshfield. Mass. 

SCHWARZ. ROBERT B. 
Electrical Engineering 
1607 Mam Rd. 
Westporl Point, Mass. 
Activities: 
l.E.E.E. 
Intramural Basketball 

SCIONTI, ELSE NICOI.OVILS 
German 
9 Green Drive 
No, Dartmouth, M i 

SC0F1ELD, BRUCE 



Marine Biology 
144 Sonndview Ave. 
White Plains, N. Y. 
Activities: 
Biology Club 

SCOTT. GEORGE A. 
Med. Technolog) 
16 Randall St. 
No. Easton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Med. Tech. Club 

SEMIAO. JOAQUIM 
Sociolog) 
8 Earle St. 

Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

Circle K 

SENAY, JOHN T. 

Textile Technology /Finishing 
29 Tripp St. 

Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

A.A.T.T. 

A.A.T.C.C. 

Intramural Basketball 

SENUTA, ALGIMANTAS J. 
Marketing 
43 Ridge St. 
Brockton, Mass. 

SEXTON, CARLTON A„ JR. 
Accounting 
14 Shangri-La Lane 
Middletown, R. I. 

SHARPLES. ROBERT 
Sociolog) 

1321 Globe St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

SHEDRICK. JEAN H. 
History 

R.F.D. 3, Taunton St. 
Lakcville, Mass. 

SHEEHAN, GARY M. 
Biologv 
589 Middle St. 

Fall River. Mass. 

SHERMAN, DENNIS S. 
Civil Engineering 
603 Maxfield St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

SILVA, ANTONIO DAMASIO 
English 

79 Washington St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 

SILVA, ANNE E. 
History 

30 Jcniiv Lind St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Torch 

History Club 

Scrimshaw 

Drama Club 

Spring Weekend Comni. 



SILVA, CAROL L. 
French 

273 Ashley Boulevard 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delia Phi 

SILVA, JAMES G. 
Civil Engineering 
14 Talbot Ave. 
Taunton, Mass. 

SILVA. JOHN D. 
Histol v 

252 Middl, bo,,, Rd. 
E. Freetou n. Mass. 

SILVIA. KENNETH FRANKLIN 
Visual Design 
163 Old Bedford Rd. 
N. Westport, Mass. 

SILVIA. THOMAS W. 
Business Administration 
266 Buffinton St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club 

SIMMONS, Beverly Ann 
Visual Design 

449 High St. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Art Assoc. 

Drama Club 

Photography Club. Sec./Treas. 

SIMMONS, ERIC ANTHONY 
Electrical Engineering 
64 Oxford St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

l.E.E.E. 

Bendix Award Comm. See. 

SIMMONS. VICKI A. 
Sociology 

Swift Rd. 

So. Dartmouth. Mass. 

SLADE, KENNETH F. 
Mechanical Engineering 
380 Broadway, Apt. 33 
Cambridge, Mass. 

SLAVIN, MARYANN A. 

Textile Design 

21 Deering Square 

Rockland, Mass. 

SLAZAS. JAMES J. 
Textile Technology 
47 Armandine St. 
Dorchester, Mass. 
Activities: 
A.A.T.T. 

SLOAN, TERESA P. 
Sociology 

99 Guv St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

SMITH, ESTELLE ANN 
Mathematics 

79 Washington St. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 
Activities: 



Chi Delia Phi 
Math Club 
Campus Rousers 

SMITH, ROBERT S. 
Civil Engineering 
23 Juniper Ave. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.C.E.. Prcs. 
Geology Club 

SNOW, RUSSELL B. 
Biologv 

837 Shawmut Ave. 
New Bedford. Mass. 
Activities: 

Spring Track Team 

SORELLE, DONALD R. 
Political Science 
50 Slocum St, 
Acushnet, Mass. 

SOUZA, DAVIS A. 
History 

232 Collette St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

SPROULE. JUNE ARLINE 

Textile Design 
92 Jamieson Rd. 
Holden, Mass. 
Activities: 

Ski Club. Sec. 

SPROUL. RICHARDS. 
Electrical Engineering 
44 Derby St. 
W. Concord, Mass. 
Activities: 

Drama Club, Prcs. 

STENING, ROGER V. 
English 
HI Union St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

STAFFA. CHRISTINE F. 
Sociology 

545 Cambridge St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

STETSON. PAUL M. 
Political Science 
46 Glenclon St. 
Avon, Mass. 

STIDSEN, GREGORY 
Painting 

13 Benjamin Rd. 
Worcester, Mass. 

STRONG, RICHARD D. 
Chemistry 
P.O. Box 31 
Huntsburg, Ohio 
Activities: 

A.C.S. 

Chemistry Club 

Track 

STURGIS, FREDERIC J. 
Mechanical Engineering 

35 Glennon St. 
New Bedford. Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanic al Engineering Club 



SULLIVAN, ARTHUR F. 
Painting 

400 Bradford Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 

SULLIVAN. CYNTHIA MARIA 
English 
High St. 
Assonet, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, PAUL F. 
History 

586 Prospect St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

SULLIVAN, RICHARD P. 
History 

181 Centre St. 
Somerset, Mass. 

SUNDERLAND. EDWARD T. 
Painting 

2740 Hebron Ave. 
Glastonbury, Conn. 

SUPRENANT, MICHAEL G. 
Civil Engineering 
Laflamme Lane 
Fiskedale. Mass. 

SWEET. DALE ANN 
French 

164 Washington St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

SWEEZEY. PAUL M. 
Psychology 

19 Payne Terr. 
Maiden, Mass. 

SYKES, GORDON L. 

Political Science 

54 Narragansei Blvd. 
Fairhaven. Mass. 

SYLVER. DANIEL A. 
Mathematics 
Pond View Ave. 
Chatham, Mass. 

SYLVIA. JO-ANN F. 
English 

340 Austin St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

SYLVIA. RONALD A. 
Accounting 

77 Hedge St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 

SYLVIA, WALTER JOSEPH 

Biologv 

30 First St. 

Taunton, Mass. 

Activities: 

Intramural Basketball 
Biologv Association 

SYLVIA. WAYNE A. 
Management 
59 Adams St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

SKA PECK, JOSEPH S. 
Sociology 
351 Sawyer St. 

New Bedford. Mass. 

SYPEK, MICHAEL F. 



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History 

17 Wilcox St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

SZYMANSKI, PETER JOHN 
History 

195 Faunce Cor. Rd. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Campus Rousers 

TAGLIERI, MARY 
Visual Di-^i^n 
240 Central St. 
Stoughton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Photograph) Club, Pits. 

TALBOT. JEFFREY E. 
Elertriral Engineering 
38 Aquidneck Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

TANSEY. JOHN F. 

Mechanical Engineering/Ocean 
176 Manthorne Rd. 
W. Roxbury, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.S.M.E. 

Drama Club 

Student Senate 

TAYLOR. JANICE E. 
Sociology 
74 Foresl Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 

TANSEY, MAUREEN J. 
Textile Design 
85 Wilbur Ave. 
Dartmouth, Ma-. 

TAYLOR. WILLIAM W. 
Psychology 
Blackmeore Rd. 
W. Wareham, Mass. 

TESSIER. WILLIAM A. 
Psychology 
259 Robert St. 
Westport, Mass. 

TEVES, 1RMA R. 
French 
Irma Lane 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Student Tutoring Stall 

Scrimshaw 

French Club, V. Pres./Pres. 

Newman 0lul> 

THEODORE. DIANE 
History 

61 Independent St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

THERIEN, DONALD B. 

Economics 



2111 Lowell Si. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

THEW. ALAN E. 
Psychology 
12 Coombs Si. 
Lakeville, Mass. 

THOMAS. DANIEL 

Textile Technology /Finishini 
31 Sachem Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 
At tivities: 

A.A.T.C.C. 

A.A.T.T. 

THORPE. JOHN V., JR. 
Industrial Engineering 
90 LeBaron Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 

TISDALE. LINDA ELLEN 
Management 

108 Auburn Si. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

Management Club 

TOKARZ, SHIRLEY JEAN 
Psychology 
181 Kaufman Rd. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 

TOWNE. DAVID 
German 
6 Baplisi Si. 
Matlapoisett, Mass. 

TRAHAN. DONALD R. 
Political Science 
106 Brichwood Dr. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Actii ides: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

IFC 

Goll Team 

Political Science Club 

TRAHAN. PAUL A. 
Management 
167 Merrimac St. 
New Bedford, Mass 

TSE. CHUNG FEE 
Textile Finishing 
296 Spadina Ave. A3 
Toronto 130 
Ontario, Canada 

TURCOTTE, ERNEST C. 
Biology 

466 N. Mam Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 

VALLEE. SUZANNE A. 
Biology 
30 Ash Si. 



Fall River, Mass. 

VENDETTI. DEBORAH G. 

Painting 

13 Monroe Si. 

Pembroke. Mass. 

VICT0RIN0 
Marketing 
00 Sherman Rd. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.M. A. 

Management Club 

V1EIRA, DIANE MARIE 
Med. Technology 
233 Middle St. 
Fall River. Ma--. 
Activities: 

Med. Tech. Club. Pros. 

Biology Association 

VIEIRA, MARY 
Marketing 
369 Hemlock Si. 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 

Cheerleader 

Winter Carnival Comm. 

Management Club 

VIOLETTE. JOHN R. 
Psychology 

96 Garden Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 

VIVEIR0S, GEORGE 

Mathematics 
85 Lincoln Ave. 
Somerset. Mass. 
At In ities: 
Math Club 

VIVE1ROS. ROLAND 
Biology 
376 Bay Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Curr. Comm. 

Varsity Tennis Team 

WAUL. LORRIE A. 
Painting 
1282 Globe St. 
Fall River. Mass. 

WALDER, CHERYL V. 
Sociology 
1 Arrowhead Lane 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 

WALMSLEY. THOMAS ALBERT 
Textile Chemistry 
190 Warren Si. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chemistry Club 

WALSKI. PAUL J. 



Psychology 

12 Coggeshall St. 

Fairhaven, Mass. 

WASSALL, ROBERT KENNI 
Civil Engineering/! (cean 
Id Calumet Si. 
New Bcdlonl. Mass 
Activities. 

Tan Kappa Epsilon 

Phi Ps, 

Fencing Team 
A.S.C.E. 
Spoils Car Club 
Geology Club 

WATSON, EDWARD ARTHI 

Textile Tel logy 

175 Eugenia SI. 
New Bcdlonl. Mas-. 
Activities 

A.A.T.T.. V. Pics. 

A.A.T.C.I 

Phi Ps, 

WAY, NORMAN 0. M. 
Mechanical Engineering 
7 Webster St. 
Taunton. Mass. 
At In ilics: 

A.S.M.E.. Treas 

Mechanii al Engineering 

WEBSTER. DAVID \ 
Civil Engineering 
56 01.1 Mountain \U. 
Peace Dale R. I. 

WESTON. THOMAS \ 
Civil Engineering 

Main Si. 
Carver. Mass. 

WHALEN, DANIEL 1'. 
Economies 

25 Stephen Rd.. Box 255 
Monument Beach, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

IFC 

WH1TTAKER, PAUL J. 
Civil Engineer ing 
79 Atkinson Ave. 
Slough Mass. 

\UI1TTAKF.R. RICHARD T 
Biology/Marine 
261 Pope St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities 

Biology Assoc. Pres. 
C.O.N.E. 

WIGMORE. RICHARD W. 
Electrical Engineei ing 
50 H St. 
Hull. Mass. 

WILKIE. GEORGE \ 



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English 

127 Tccumseh St. 

Fall River. Mass, 

WILLIAMS. JEAN F. 
English 
808 Mien St. 
No. Dartmouth. Mass. 

W0L0SHYN. Mil II Ul D 
Painting 

Box 1.10. All,-, i Ave. 
North Atlleboro, Mass. 

WRIGHT. JANEC. 
Visual Design 
194 Park Si. 
New Bcdlonl. Mass. 

PUL.IANOWSKI. KRYSTYNA 

Textile Design 

317 Main St. 

Avon, Mass. 

YAMIN. GRACE M 
Biology 

330 Lincoln Ue. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Sigma. V. Pres. 

Biology Assoc. 

IFC 

YOUREY. MICHAEL FRANCIS 
Accounting 
875 Sandwich Rd. 
E. Falmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 
Baseball 

ZAWISZA. JANICE WCELA 
Biology /Marine 
1089 Chaffee St. 

New Be lh.nl. Mass. 
Activities: 
Biology Club 

ZEMB0. WALTER H.. JR. 

Panning 

209 Old Bcdlonl Rd. 
Westport, Mass. 

ZETTLEMOYER, JOHN J.. JR. 

English 

937 Main Rd. 

Westport, Mass. 

ZMUDA. JOHN 

Textile Technology /Finishing 
558 Charles Si. 
Fall River. Mass. 
/. tivities: 

Phi Ps, 

A.A.T.T. 
A.A.Ti C 

Z0RA, PATRICIA ANN 

English 

231 Converse Rd. 
Marion, Mass. 



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LEONARD E. RAMOS 



The following tribute was delivered in October of 1970 at the graveside rites of Leonard E. 
Ramos of Fall River by SMU Dean of Men, Donald C. Howard. Ramos, Class of 1971 Political 
Science major, died of gunshot wounds received during an armed robbery of a Fall River liquor 
store where he served as a part time clerk. Though Dean Howard's remarks on that occasion were 
directed to the memory of a specific individual, we the Editors feel that they speak an eloquent 
and universal truth about death. 

"We come at this moment to the last and inevitable step in the ancient religious ritual of an an- 
cient church — the burial of the dead. We, who this day stand here beside an open grave, coming 
as we do from disparate backgrounds, represent the human connections of life to one whose life is 
no longer with us. By this symbolic act of presence, we have come to share with those who bear 
the greatest grief and express to them and for ourselves the sorrow of all those who have loved — 
and lost. 

"Leonard Ramos was a good man in a world desperately in need of the good. He was good in 
the beautiful sense of that term — wherein he sought to live out in his actions and deeds a genu- 
ine concern for the welfare and well being of others. He was a gentle man and kind, in a world 
marked by harshness and cruelty, and which pleads unceasingly for just a little kindness. He was 
a man who knew more truly than most that I have known the essence of fraternity. He was a 
member of one of the leading fraternities of our University. And to that group as an officer and 
brother he demonstrated an example of what it was to be a brother in the larger brotherhood of 
man. He found in that fraternal relationship the opportunity for broadening his capacity for love. 
As a result, he grew in his personhood a more secure man, more sure of his identity. 

rf He was a constructive man, whose quiet leadership influence was felt in other areas of the 
University's student life. He served this past year as an active creative member of a committee 
which drafted the University's new Student Judiciary. He served in that function because he be- 
lieved that students were no less entitled than others to the protection of due process and fair 
treatment in matters of discipline. He was later rewarded by the confidence of his fellow students 
in being selected by them to sit as a justice on the University's Discipline Board, the highest judi- 



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cial agency within the system the document created. 

"He was a man, as one of his closest friends said to me the evening he died, who had a genuine 
regard for an opposite point of view. He had respect for the other person's opinion. In a universi- 
ty community divided by polarization, he was a uniter. 

"The tragedy of Lenny's death is not that he died, for all of us must cross this bar sooner or 
later, but that he was cut down so brutally and so young. He was a victim of this age. The violence 
of his death was but a continuing reflection of the senseless violence which grips our society 
today. It was a measure of his splendid compassion that when confronted before he died by the 
criminal fiend who so mercilessly shot him, he could say to him, T should hate you, but I don't 
because you are sick." 

"But when all is said and done and this final act is completed, what more, if anything, can be 
said; from what concept of life can we take comfort? In these modern times, mourning has ceased 
to be modish. However, as someone else has said the fact of death forces us to pause a moment in 
our doings, suspending our prides and panaceas, pause in the frustration of our enemies and the 
planning of our wars; pause to savor the sweet miracle of life and the solemnity of death, to ask 
ourselves what the purpose of our existence is, after all — the existence that man did not create, 
that is only leased to him in trust, and that does not belong to him to destroy. For you, Mr. and 
Mrs. Ramos, is the comfort of memory — the memory of a son whom you brought into the world 
and had with you for 22 years of life. A son into whom you put the best of yourselves and who in 
turn prided you with a nobility and strength of character. For you, his sisters, for you, his family 
relations, for all of us, his friends, who are here in such numbers this morning, there is that 
awareness that our lives in some way are the richer and the better for Lenny's contact with us and 
his impact upon us. In that realization there is comfort. 

f Yet, there is a comfort that supercedes any of these, the comfort which comes from faith in 
that paradoxical, unfathomable truth, which is the central issue of Christian doctrine, and by 
which Christianity is content to stand or fall — the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In 
order to redeem us from our sins and to make us righteous before His Father, He went into the 
jaws of the grave and of death. Someday, so must we. He returned from the grave and death to 
reign as a living saviour. So shall we. For He said — "I am the resurrection and the life, he that 
believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. And whosoever liveth and believeth in me 
shall never die." That is the greatest and most enduring comfort of all." 



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OUR THANKS TO 

Mrs. Baldwin 

Diane Brule 

Barbara Facer 

James McQuillan 

Dean Howard 

Dean Macedo 

Louise Wojik 

James Costa 

Jim Wiley 

Jim Flanagan 

Mrs. Sullivan 

Mrs. Anderson 

The Registrar's Office 

The Computer People 

John Levis 

The Library 

Kathy 

Jean 

Debby Vendetti 

Fred Mathews 

S.M.U. 

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