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SUB TURRI 1972 



Boston College 

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 



Editor in Chief 
Associate Editor 
Managing Editor 
Business Manager 
Faculty Advisor 



Charles E. Schmidt 
Kevin M. Carney 
Barbara J. White 
James M. Murphy 
John R. Trzaska, S.J. 



Go placidly amid the noise and haste 






and remember what peace 
there may be in silence 




As far as possible without surrender be on good 
terms with all people 






Speak your truth quietly and clearly 

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you have a right to be here 



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no doubt the universe is 
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University President 
Rev. W. Seavey Joyce, S.J. 




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RICHARD E. HUGHES 
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 





HENRY J. McMAHON 

Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 



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ELEANOR F. VORRHIES 
Dean, School of Nursing 




ALBERT J. KELLEY 

Dean, School of Management 



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LESTER PRZEWLOCKI 
Dean, School of Education 

REV. JAMES A. WOODS, S.J. 
Dean, Evening College 




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REV. EDWARD J. HANRAHAN, S.J. 
Dean of Students 




STEVE COLLINS 
Director of Financial Aid 



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GEORGE DONALDSON 
Director of Placement 




ALBERT G. JACOBBE 

Director of Student 

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KEVIN P. DUFFY 
Director of Housing 




JOHN C WALSH 

Housing Office — Modulars 



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A vast knowledge of specific and often trivial facts 
on a particular subject indicates that a person is ei- 
ther a comic book addict or a college graduate. For it 
often seems to the untrained eye, that many of the 
courses taken in college have no relevance to the 
outside, practical world. An exception to this is the 
Organizational Studies Program in the School of 
Management's Marketing division. Equally excep- 
tional is its director. Dr. Edgar F. Huse. 

Dr. Huse, who lists travel as one of his hobbies, is 
certainly well-travelled in both academic and indus- 
trial circles. Academically, after receiving his B.A. de- 
gree from Creighton University in 1950 and a Ph.D. in 
psychology from Case Western Reserve University in 
1959, he taught part-time at Baldwin-Wallace, 
Northeastern and B.C., before becoming a full-time 
member of the Boston College faculty in 1964. In the 
business world. Dr. Huse has most recently served as 
Supervisor of Research at Standard Oil of Ohio and 
as a consulting psychologist for General Electric Cor- 
poration. 

Officially only two years old, the Organizational 
Studies Program is as new as the need for innovative 
thought in today's business community. It is no small 
wonder that Dr. Huse serves as a model for its still 
plastic character. For this reason, he feels it is of ut- 
most importance to relate the vast wealth of practical 
experience he has gained in his business and con- 
sulting research roles to classroom teaching. In his 
personal method of education. Dr. Huse prefers to 
use exercises and cases rather than lectures and text- 
books to provide a simulation of the outside world 
and relate it to concepts learned in the classroom. 



This he feels enables his students to think and react 
to situations and make decisions on them. But 
methodology is not the only concern of Dr. Huse in 
the field of education. He also feels a need for a re- 
evaluation of the student-teacher relationship. The 
barriers between the two groups, he feels should be 
torn down to build a new system where students 
"teach" themselves I.E. do not merely memorize ex- 
isting theories but formulate their own ideas. Dr. 
Huse also encourages students to use themselves as 
a resource and examine their own ideas, particularly 
those concepts that they have held for a long time. 
Attempts should then be made to relate outmoded 
beliefs to more modern trends. Further personal as 
well as social consciousness is also fostered by Dr. 
Huse's method of allowing students to grade them- 
selves and their classmates so that an honest apprais- 
al of themselves and how others see them can be 
achieved. 

In conclusion. Dr. Edgar F. Huse is more an educa- 
tor than a teacher; more a guide than a spur along 
the path of education. He tries to impart in each stu- 
dent a discipline of learning rather than a course in 
memorization. A system of learning that will remain 
a major factor in each student's life. A system of edu- 
cation in which each student now and later, will 
question himself, his ideas and the world around 
him. A system of education where each student real- 
izes that even the most current ideas will eventually 
become extinct and must be replaced. It is men like 
Edgar F. Huse who help make the transition from the 
ivory towers of academia to the concrete realities of 
life an easy adjustment. 



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Dr. John Maguire — Director of Admissions. 
This man ultimately bears the responsibility for not 
only the type but the caliber of student here at Bos- 
ton College. He casts the original mold for each en- 
tering class. The student life of the university mirrors 
his success and Dr. John Maguire is a successful man. 
Brought up in the Boston area, Dr. Maguire attend- 
ed both B. C. High School and Boston College as an 
undergraduate ('61) and was awarded his doctorate 
in Physics from B.C. in '66. Following a year's post- 
doctoral work at Rice University in Houston, Dr. 
Maguire returned to B.C. and instructed in the Phys- 
ics department for two years. This academic year he 
was appointed Director of Admissions. 

The task of the Director of Admissions requires re- 
cruiting, reviewing applications, awarding of finan- 
cial aid, setting academic standards and determining 
both the ratio of male to female and the percentage 
of residents to commuters. His office issues public 
relations brochures and assists with the under- 
graduate bulletin. His staff, encompassing nine as- 
sistants and eleven secretaries, conducts more than 
3,000 interviews a year including both newly matricu- 
lated applicants as well as transfer students. 

An innovative recruiting program has been initiat- 
ed this year at B.C. Since recruiting has enlarged to a 
national scope reaching as far as San Francisco, Chi- 
cago and Virginia, Dr. Maguire is developing more 
comprehensive systems. Faculty members now visit 
schools to speak with guidance counsellors and to 
conduct interviews with prospective candidates. 
Moreover, students of B.C. have the opportunity to 
conduct campus tours, and participate in day and 



weekend visitation programs. The position.of the ad- 
missions director is a focus of the University. His ad- 
vice in such matters as tuition, room and board, and 
financial aid is critical. 

John Maguire characterizes his ideal student types 
by diversity. In conjunction with his assistants, a mul- 
titude of profiles are established. Dr. Maguire con- 
siders a student's academic talent as witnessed by his 
high school record, letters of recommendation and 
extra-curricular activities as of primary importance. 
He devaluates the previous emphasis laid upon SAT 
scores. 

Maguire feels that the B.C. community should con- 
tain religious, social and economic diversity. It 
should be a "Microcosim of society to reflect what's 
going on in the world, its strengths and weaknesses." 
He also maintains that because B.C. has a long stand- 
ing commitment to the Boston area, the university 
should attempt to recruit students in the lower and 
middle income brackets by offering more financial 
assistance to Boston residents. Maguire tells of his 
own desire that B.C. not become a completely resi- 
dential university because of the value of the com- 
muter population. He envisions a campus on which 
sufficient dormitory space would be available to 
allow even Boston area students to live on campus. It 
is amazing that a man that handles over 7,000 appli- 
cations per year is still able to consider the students 
as individuals, and remain in contact with them as 
people. His office policy is geared toward selecting 
those students who will most benefit from B.C. and 
from whom Boston College will likewise benefit the 
most. 




"Exit fire drill." 

DANGER RANGER 

The Dragon Lady and the Nice Lady, Miss Helen 
Marie Manock is always a Lady. At times Miss Ma- 
nock is stern, at times tender, but she is always direct 
and strong. She teaches people to feel what being 
alive really is by completely involving herself with 
deep personal investment. 

Helen Manock struggles to instill and develop in 
her students the ability to percieve depth-insights 
into their own conscious motivation. "Interpersonal 
relations" and "Values" — In the midst of today's 
revolutions, this teacher helps students find them- 
selves, their values, and to stand. Primarily, she devel- 
ops a capacity and a willingness to venture into the 
unknown, to go into the abyss. 

According to Miss Manock, she teaches loves it, 
she's good at it, and it's fun. Her gift of perception 
has been highly developed. Each year her class pres- 
ents a fresh interest, always demanding a collabora- 
tion of learning, that dynamic — dynamite process — 
for the past twenty-one years. Yes, she is a teacher. 
The destruction of preconceived reference frames 
and the reintergration of a fuller self are her tasks. 

Miss Manock works solely in the classroom and 
not in therapeutic fields nor counseling services. Few 
here at B.C. know of the continuous flow of beautiful 
poetry from her brilliant mind. Within her dossier are 
listed numerous publications, articles and awards. 
The most pleasing to Miss Manock is her national 
award as authoress of one of the ten essays best de- 
picting "How Western Man Should Approach the 
Orient." 

In Miss Manock's view of the future of B.C., there 



lies opportunity for greater growth, if the university 
will expand its teaching role into new patterns and 
styles. 

We must realize the complexity of our lives today 
and to synthesize the bulk of knowledge from all dis- 
ciplines. Further, the university must provide an 
arena for students to operate upon the knowledge in 
their own lives. At the present time we are immersed 
in turmoil and we must confront and examine our 
difficulties. To accomplish this we must create multi- 
dimensional approaches. From our deep search for 
meaning, we shall emerge with a true and viable 
sense of direction only in comprehensively feeling 
our way through the uproar in our lives. This we must 
do now. In sight of a common goal, B.C. had a tangi- 
ble sense of place, a feeling of unity as we value our 
strength. Moreover, we have great pride in our ef- 
forts toward betterment and loyalty to Boston Col- 
lege. 

Yes, Miss Helen Marie Manock teaches that which 
is real and lasting; her classes are a creative effort. 
She feels a sense of linking destinies with her stu- 
dents; a uniqueness persists in each of her class- 
rooms. Miss Manock tries to convey her taste for life 
rather than be content with just to live it. Colorful, 
Rich, Unihibited, Zany, Multidimensional. Miss Ma- 
nock personifies what she teaches; her authenticity 
of thought lies in her deeds. 

The Dragon Lady with her hats — nobody really 
knows how many hats she has, perhaps she has as 
many as her buttons — always in the best of places. 
Thank you, Nice Lady. 

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED 



"Positive! Don't you see?" 




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Henry J. McMahon presents what might be termed 
an enigma to the students. In his role as the Associate 
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, his duties 
are many and varied — however, many students only 
see one side of the man. 

Henry McMahon assumed his present office in 
1968, after serving as Assistant Dean for eleven years. 
He states his function in the administration of A&S as 
the man, who is "directly responsible for student 
progress and advises students on degree require- 
ments." The Associate Dean must perform "a type of 
work that has to be done in any organization." This 
entails maintaining standards and observing regula- 
tions in a manner as fair to all as possible. When he 
took over this position, he realized that "it would re- 
sult in unpopularity and criticism." He hates to say 
"no" to a student, yet he is glad to be able to hand 
down a final decision which is believed to be in the 
best interests of the students. His view of his role as 
an administrator is seasoned by his contacts with stu- 
dents as an Assistant Professor of History in the Eve- 
ning College. 

Henry McMahon's position is not merely a nine- 
to-five job. Many times he finds it necessary to return 
to his office in Gasson Hall after dinner and often on 
week-ends. 

He is a member of the Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental 
advisory Board. He also receives many requests from 
students for official recommendations to graduate 



and law school. In general, in recommendations of 
this sort, "the student isn't known to me." Yet based 
on the student's record and his own professional ex- 
perience, he is able to present the student's qualifi- 
cations and general trends in his educational back- 
ground. In addition, he writes personal recommen- 
dations for students having previous contact with 
him, who need a character reference for the "sensi- 
tive professional areas of medicine and law" from a 
well-respected member of the Boston College com- 
munity. 

Henry McMahon has a great deal of pride in Bos- 
ton College. "In the past fifteen years, there has been 
a vast improvement in student credentials. Each one 
is an individual from tremendous variations of aca- 
demic, social and economic backgrounds." In his as- 
sociation with students, he has met "many who see 
themselves aquiring a good education. Many de- 
mand it and when they don't think they're getting it, 
they put up a hard fight." He expresses, "great con- 
cern over the financial situation of the school. Bos- 
ton College must stand for high academic standards 
and keep them here at a price they can afford." 

According to Henry McMahon, "fairness is an im- 
portant quality for an Associate Dean." To this must 
be added the characteristic of dedication. Henry J. 
McMahon emulates these traits to the highest de- 
gree. He is a man of Boston College and for Boston 
college. 




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"Life is a mystery to be lived, not a problem to be 
solved." Father Daniel J. Shine, S.J., as an Associate 
Professor of Philosophy gives this as his basic philos- 
ophy of life. A native of Worcester, and an alumnus 
of Boston College where he received his first two de- 
grees in Philosophy, Father Shine excelled in Philoso- 
phy and Psychology, meriting many degrees in each 
field. In 1948, after teaching Latin, Greek and English 
at Boston College High School, he went to Catholic 
University in Washington, D.C. to receive his M.A. in 
Psychology. In 1956, after getting his Ph.D in Philoso- 
phy at Gregorian University in Rome, he returned to 
Boston College to teach. 

Flis interests however neither lay exclusively with 
teaching nor did his training terminate with this 
field. For the seven years from 1958 to 1965, Father 
Shine conducted an Institute in Psychology for Jesuit 
Theological Students at the Metropolitan State Hos- 
pital and at the Walter E. Fernald School, both situat- 
ed in Waltham. In addition to this, he actively in- 
volved himself with the Institute of Psychiatry at the 
Massachusetts Correctional Institution at Bridgewat- 
er. 

His precise mannerisms at first give one the im- 
pression of a systematic person whose intellect su- 
percedes his emotions. This is not, however, the 
case. Father Shine feels that he must give a "willing 
ear" to those problems and situations that come his 
way both in and out of the classroom. He personally 
feels that if he did fail to counsel students, he would 
have in some way contributed to the pessimism and 
despair so prevelant in our society. In fact, the two 
words that perhaps best exemplify the nature and 
personality of Father Shine are Hope and Optimism. 



He believes in looking for a better da.y and living life 
as it comes. To him, to despair is fatal. 

Of the students in the B.C. community. Father 
Shine, finds them "too horribly serious and lacking of 
a sense of humor." This falls in line with his general 
belief that there is too much pessimism. As to his stu- 
dents, he regards them as bright, eager beavers and 
states quite frankly, "I enjoy my students." As evi- 
dence for his concern and desire to counsel, he wish- 
es his students would develop a hope, more specifi- 
cally, a Christian Hope. It is in this type of hope that 
things appear bad but look toward improvement and 
with it Father Shine believes that we can become ra- 
tional, intellectual revolutionists, looking for a solu- 
tion to a problem, rather than a complainer who re- 
volts merely because it is an anti-establishment ges- 
ture. 

It is in the Philosphy Department at Boston Col- 
lege, Father Shine presently makes use of his many 
talents. His course schedule ranges from a classical 
approach to the philosophy of man, to a more mod- 
ern course dealing with the problems of Women's 
Liberation. Father Shine considers the Philosophy de- 
partment at B.C. most progressive in the area and 
superior to programs of neighboring schools. "We've 
got a first class department. Others seem to be lack- 
ing in such areas as symbolic logic and linguistic 
analysis." 

It is refreshing to find in an oft time tedious world 
a man like Fr. Daniel Shine, who tries to make life a 
little more pleasant. Boston College is truly fortunate 
to have this psychologist-philosopher-counselor in 
its midst. 




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What are a man's priorities? If you knew a man 
who was honored in numerous varieties of Who's 
Who, Scientific and Educational Societies and even 
the World Space Directory, would you expect him to 
be at your beck and call? 

That statement seems and is a little too trite, too 
cynical and too condescending but also very real. 
Outside the Office door of James W. Skehan, S.I., a 



sign hangs which offers to all students a welcome 
and a promise of help. 

Fr. Skehan's accomplishments within the B.C. com- 
munity and beyond it witness the outstanding char- 
acter and ability of this highly motivated man. He ac- 
tively participates in the Geological Society of Ameri- 
ca, the National Association of Geology Teachers 
(current president), the American Institute of Profes- 
sional Geologists, the American Association of Jesuit 
Scientists (former president), and others. He has edit- 
ed and authored many scientific papers, books and 
articles especially those concerned with the geology 
of New England. 

younger volcanic areas such as Ireland and the Pacif- 
ic Northwest States. 

Here at Boston College Fr. Skehan founded the de- 
partment of Geology and served as its first chairman. 
In 1968 he chaired the newly combined Department 
of Geology and Geophysics. Again, in 1970, he joined 
with others in the founding of the Boston College 
Environmental Center and now serves as the center's 
first director. 

During the years 1967-70, Fr. James Skehan direct- 
ed the National Science Foundation. This founded 
prototypical institute plays an important role in the 
training of master-teachers for the Earth Science Cur- 
riculum Project. 

Finally, then, this article must mention that Fr. Ske- 
han, in the capacity of Assistant Academic Director 
of the BC/NASA, led the expedition to Surtsey and 
Iceland in 1970. The man personifies dedication and 
resourcefulness, always willing and capable to in- 
struct and to guide. Volcanoes follow the man. 




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Librarians, scribes and other keepers of documents 
are usually viewed as dry, drab little people. But the 
vibrant personality of Miss Elizabeth A. Strain com- 
pletely shatters this stereotype in her function as 
Registrar of the School of Education. 

Miss Strain, a native of Brookline, received her B.A. 
from Emmanuel College and her M.Ed, from B.U. She 
is a member of the American Association of Colle- 
giate Registrar and Admission Officers and a member 
of the B.U. chapter of Delta Pi Epsilon, a national 
business education fraternity. 

Miss Strain's ties with Boston College go back 
twenty years to when she started working as a secre- 
tary in the newly founded School of Education. Just 
three years later, she rose to the position of Registrar. 
It was in this capacity that she labored tirelessly in 
many diverse areas. It was Miss Strain's responsibility 
to review all candidates for admission, administer the 
entrance examination and single-handedly arrange 
all class schedules, a herculean task for classes that 
averaged 150 students with a 2:1 female to male ra- 
tion. Some of this weight was lifted from her bur- 
dened shoulders, when a computer was introduced 
into the registrar's office in 1965. But Miss Strain is 
still kept busy by other chores, behind-the-scenes 
work essential to any organization. Her office must 
keep records of students, schedules and courses, co- 
ordinate courses for division chairmen and plan spe- 
cial programs for transfer students. It must also han- 
dle the task of sending transcripts and letters of refer- 
ence to school systems, graduate schools and pro- 
spective employers for students and alumni of the 
School of Education. 



But Miss Strain also gives of herself personally to 
both students and faculty. To the students she offers 
advice and guidance concerning courses and certifi- 
cation and each year assists the State Department of 
Education in certifying graduating seniors. To the 
faculty she serves not only as a liaison between stu- 
dents and the curriculum committee concerning in- 
novations and changes but also as a knowledgeable 
reference library to past procedures that have either 
succeeded or failed in former attempts at education- 
al policy reform. 

Miss Strain's love of Boston College and the School 
of Education is only exceeded by her love for the sea. 
Like the sea, she is always the same: courteous, re- 
freshing, treating everyone as an individual; and yet 
like the sea, she is always changing, for she realizes 
that one must be flexible and not fight change but 
adjust to it. Boston College, as well as the School of 
Education, is personally indebted to the personal 
contributions Elizabeth A. Strain has made in her 
twenty years on the Heights. 







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Robert LeFleur: Self Portrait 



Robert LaFleur, S.O.M. 72 

1950 — 1971 
Cause of Death: Hatred 

How can I tell you about Bobby's life? It means so 
much to me now that he's dead, but he meant more 
to me when he was alive. He gave me something, 
something intangible. I don't even know what it was. 
I just know the way he felt about me, the way he 
knew me, always trying to teach me the things he 
thought I should know, trying to convince me about 
what? anything, everything, mostly his way of think- 
ing. We'd sit in the High Hat nights arguing about ev- 
erything we could think to argue about. He'd get 
angry, I'd laugh, we'd have another beer. That way 
we enjoyed ourselves. When we played tennis, I al- 
ways beat him, until he got his new racquet that was 
sure to improve his game. I still beat him, so he made 
up excuses, had to get used to the racquet, was too 
tired to play well, beat you next time, never admit 
that I was better, play some game in which he could 
beat me. He was always trying to get me to buy a mo- 
torcycle because he had one, so we could ride to- 



gether, through the Blue Hills, ducking trees, some- 
thing he really loved, loved riding his bike. You gotta 
get one. Sure Bob. He had this shirt with HONDA 
written across the back. I told him it was a good 
thing he didn't ride a Yamaha. His back wasn't wide 
enough for all the letters. He went to the Chicago 
concert last summer. He was usually pretty reserved, 
cool, don't-make-a-fool-of-yourself type in public. 
Here he is bouncing up and down in his seat, clap- 
ping to the music, standing up and dancing when 
every one else in the place did. I enjoyed seeing him 
enjoy himself. This last year he really came into his 
own. 

A man once said, "Fear not that your life shall 
come to an end, but fear rather that it shall never 
have a beginning." 

One thing Bob wasn't afraid of was to live. He 
made his beginning, he was his beginning. And his 
life will never end as long as he lives in my heart. 

And there still isn't an end. 

(Editors' note: the preceding article was prepared by 
a group of Bob's friends.) 



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Frisbees floating across the Dust Bowl, the weird 
varieties of student dress, the exuberance and frivoli- 
ty of childlike play — such a typical campus scene 
might seem to contrast with the serious intent of the 
university setting and and challenge the very purpose 
of the student's presence. Certain observers will 
choose to regard this socializing as insignificant, per- 
haps escapist, and distracting from the scholarly pur- 
suit of knowledge for which the university strives. 
And accompanying this disregard of informality and 
spontaneity as outside a meaningful concept of edu- 
cation, there exists a generally older, conservative 
disapproval of the disorganization and mindlessness 
it appears to represent. Is the reaction a result of a 
generational misunderstanding of what some term a 
"cultural revolution?" And how has Boston College 
been affected by a new way of thinking? 

While one would not wish to ascribe the spirit of 
Woodstock as a fitting explanation, there can be lit- 
tle doubt that a definite, albeit gradual, revolution 
has been occurring within this institution. The B.C. of 
1972 is a far cry from the campus of 1956, in a great 
many ways. The most recognizable trend has been 
the freedom within the college sphere, which has 
often conflicted with the traditional Jesuit conduct 
of student life. Student self-control of dormitory liv- 
ing, the introduction of coeducation, the dimin- 
ishing of a required core curriculum, the enlarge- 
ment of both a resident student body and a distin- 
guished faculty — all have combined to transform 
the previously static nature of the school. The ideal 
existence of a university community has been recent- 
ly shattered by the outright power struggles con- 
cerning student representation on the U.A.S. and the 
existence of the Heights, which have bared the real- 
ity of conflicting interests within the university. 



And alumni dissatisfaction with all of this novelty 
is probably the best barometer of the degree of 
change the present represents. Along with these in- 
stitutional changes has occurred what other observ- 
ers discern as radically different life styles among stu- 
dents, which has permeated the entire life scene. 
True, the objection may be raised that students out- 
side the "real world" have always behaved in a man- 
ner distinct from the rest of society. But can one also 
deny that a flourishing counter culture of the young 
has originated in student centers from Berkeley to 
Boston? Can a person dismiss this sense of Zeitgeis- 
tas purely a product of faddishness and commerciali- 
zation? 

Change never involves a complete rejection of the 
past, and the outlook of the student today retains the 
traditional questioning attitudes and fixation outside 
a permanent social occupation. However, it is stand- 
ing outside of the day-to-day routine of the majority, 
this not yet having plunged into the grind of subsist- 
ence, that has been the source of the student's weak- 
ness and strength. The accusation of "hiding behind 
one's books" is valid if a person finds his four years 
to have been a country club experience. But at one 
point or another, many students will ultimately in 
their own lives confront "the fundamental question 
of Man's place in the universe and the meaning of 
human life," as Professor Peter Kreeft phrases it. 
While not unique in facing the existential dilemna, 
the student is probably best afforded the circum- 
stances to explore it. And this self-consciousness ex- 
tends to his questioning the very role of education in 
his life. With the affluence of our society allowing a 
growing de-emphasis of career-preparation as the 
primary role of the university in the student's life, the 
question of to-what end-our-being-here becomes 



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paramount. 

In this way much of the campus and national 
changes in educational direction may be attributed 
to a philosophy of education which itself has been 
evolving. A few view the situation in terms of the 
classical Apollonian versus Dionysian life styles with 
their attendant pros and cons. One goal of the Hon- 
ors Programs at Boston College has been the stimula- 
tion of imagination and creativity in students who 
have experienced the repression and stifling disci- 
pline of traditional educational methods. Perhaps 
this approach may serve as a cohesive strand to re- 
cent developments. In any case, an awareness is 
growing that in order to best facilitate the expansion 
of human consciousness and potentiality, students 
must not be limited to time-honored modes but pro- 
vided with various directions upon which a person 
may embark. The growing recognition that student 
self-knowledge and self-realization transcends the 
traditional'Student-book relationship should give im- 
petus to making this university a TOTAL experience 
of learning, rather than a singular one. 

It is however with hesitation and uncertainty that 
the work of concerned individuals, as in the UNCLE 
report, is debated, revised, and withheld from im- 
plementation. The publication of the Committee on 
University Priorities report has also been ground 
work laid for rational, constructive direction of ef- 
forts in the transition of Boston College. Dean Rich- 
ard E. EHughes in leaving his administrative position 
has proposed his own participation in a "Living 
Learning Center" in the new university apartments 
on St. Mary's EHill. All of these are concrete attempts 
to make the modern day university relevant to the 
life of an individual within a dynamic society of the 
1970's. 



Therefore the basic question of one's meaning in 
existence becomes that oi' our overall spective. Just 
as diversity is characteristic of any society, so also 
will result a variety of answers for each person seek- 
ing to explain his relationship to the rest of the 
world. What becomes supremely important then is 
that our lives become as big as possible, capable of 
embracing the vastness of the experiences one en- 
counters in fostering a greater understanding of the 
human condition. This continuing quest is not an in- 
dividual one but a community endeavor which must 
maintain this whole perspective even if a person 
chooses to follow a specific discipline. Perhaps 
Theodore Roszak best expresses this prevalent atti- 
tude of the young in recognizing the wisdom of 
"subordinating the question 'How shall we know?' to 
the more existentially vital question, 'how shall we 
live?'." Indeed an honest and dedicated effort at fac- 
ing the problem involves nothing less. 

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On the Heights 

Apart from the obvious questions of stylistic tecin- 
nique, the Heights has precipitated a crisis in the 
relationship between ethical responsibility and artis- 
tic distance. We want the truth, and we want slant. 
We demand of the Heights that it give us both; and 
our criticism is formulated according to our own 
conception of what constitutes good journalism, and 
what is morally reprehensible. The issue has many 
contemporary parallels, though it is as timeless as 
Plato's observations on poetry. 

In recent years the Heights has tainted its coverage 
to the extent that what had been tactily assumed as 
mere editorial bias is now acknowledged as the pri- 
mary motivation for news-gathering. Considering 
what has been discovered in light of this re-orienta- 
tion, not many deny that this political slant is unjusti- 
fied. The fact that it has been conducted according 
to somewhat startling measures, however, is a matter 
of serious concern to all. 



Our reactions to what the Heights prints, there- 
fore, have, become inextricable webs of very emo- 
tional presentiments and concrete reactions elicited 
from the articles as works in themselves. 

Perhaps the cumulative bad effects are most easily 
discerned in the case of Seavey Joyce. What can be 
said about an editorial staff that diligently sought the 
removal of the very man it later acknowledged as the 
best man available? 

On the other hand, however, the Heights has fos- 
tered a renewed interest in the processes of college 
life. The Heights has made an earnest attempt to se- 
cure vital information. The Heights faces at best an 
uncertain future when it is so dependent on the po- 
litical decisions of both the students and the admin- 
istration. In deciding the need for a student newspa- 
per at Boston College, we cannot deny the valid ram- 
ifications of its work. 



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Bruno Snell 

G.ary Snyder 

W. H. Auden 

Yale Russian Chorus 

Campus Film Makers' Festival 



H. D. F. Kitto 




David Harris 



John Knowles 



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Ralph Nader 





Terence DeVere White 



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The Arts and Sciences Honors Program 



Since 1957, the needs of "academically talented 
students" have been met at B.C. by the present in- 
habitants of a small cluster of offices on the first floor 
of Lyons Hall. At the heart of this office, barricaded 
behind a maze of file cabinets, libraries, and a very 
over-worked secretary, lurks a middle aged refugee 
from the English department, one Prof. Albert M. Fol- 
kard. This man has been called many things at B.C., 
but his is perhaps best known officially as the Direc- 
tor of the Honors Program. 



Since 1957 he is one of the few parts of that office 
that has not changed. 

Perhaps the most visible change in the 15 year his- 
tory of the Honors Program has been in th:^ students 
themselves, ranging from the original elite group of 
tied and jacketed prodigies to the current cross-sec- 
tion of blue-jeaned youth who are as often found 
prowling the campus and the city with cameras and 
tape recorders as found haunting the stacks at Bapst. 

Guided by the Honors Council, composed of stu- 



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dents and faculty, the program is committed to keep- 
ing pace with these students, providing them with 
more and more creative outlets for their increasingly 
diverse talents. And for all of its shortcomings, the 
Honors Program does a remarkably good job. 

Student participation in the program over the past 
years has become progressively less concentrated, as 
the program has become more of a focal point for 
the students' college experience and less of a substi- 
tute for much of experience. At the same time, the 
areas of course offerings and opportunities within 
the program have been rapidly expanding. Offerings 
have grown to include a large number of interdiscip- 
linary courses, including those concentrating on con- 
temporary problems such as ecology, as well as new 
approaches to more traditional academic material. 

Like every other phase of college life, particularly 
at B.C., the Honors Program has not been without its 
critics, both among faculty and students. The stigma 
of the elite group has been a source of considerable 
pain for the program. In line with this, the most cru- 
cial problem facing the program, and the one that 
has received the most attention from members of the 
program itself, is that of the selection process. For 
many years the Honors Program has been oriented 
toward placing great weight on high College Board 
scores, and other such traditional indices of academ- 
ic ability. The Honors Program is now looking for 
more reliable and relevant methods of determining 
who among the B.C. community are best suited to 
the types of opportunities that are offered by the 
program. 

As yet, however, little success has been achieved 
in this attempt. Likewise, one of the initial sub-pro- 
grams of the Honors Program, the two-year course 



known as Modern Man has proven to be less than 
satisfactory in all but a few cases, those being sec- 
tions oriented along the lines of the more traditional 
tutorial. Experimentation with this course, however, 
has led to the development of several other new of- 
ferings in the program that are less ambitious but 
more effective. 

On the other hand, the Honors Program has made 
great strides into the future, opening the path in 
areas such as co-education for the College of Arts 
and Sciences. The program has made less tangible 
but more important strides in its establishment of a 
relationship of trust between students and faculty, 
serving as the exemplar of value of mutual support 
and cooperation among members of the community 
at B.C. The Honors Program is looking forward to a 
long and promising future, for itself and for Boston 
College. 

Mark E. Herlihy 



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SPORTS 




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Footbal 




Coach Joe Yukica began his fourth year at B.C. 
with a brand new offense and a burning desire to ob- 
tain a bowl bid. Each of his three years had produced 
a winning record but the 8-2 mark fashioned last sea- 
son was easily his best and one of the finest in the 
school's history. Despite the presence of a powerful 
offense and an almost impregnable defense the 8-2 
record could not garner a bowl bid for the Eagles. 

In 1971 Boston College was faced with an eleven 
game schedule. Seven starters were gone from the 
offense of 1970. It would be exceedingly difficult to 
replace the likes of Frank Harris, Fred Willis, and John 
Bonistalli. Joe Yukica could have taken the easy way 
out and accepted the head coaching job at Dart- 
mouth when it presented itself. Instead he chose to 
remain at B.C. and he formed what turned out to be 
his best team. After a disastrous start the Eagles took 
nine of their next ten games, coming within a step of 
winning the one that slipped by. It was obvious that 
only one Eastern team could claim to be better: Penn 
State. But when the bowl teams were picked, B.C. 
was once again ignored. 

The Blue Hills of West Virginia were the site for the 
season opener, a disaster that could have ruined the 



Eagles for the year. Five fumbles and three intercep- 
tions paved the way for a 45-14 West Virginia victory. 
B.C. fumbled the first lime it had the ball and the 
Mountaineers recovered and drove 54 yards for the 
seven points. The first quarter ended 10-0; in the sec- 
ond the two teams traded touchdowns. First West 
Virginia went up 17-0, converting another B.C. fum- 
ble. Then Ray Rippman put the Eagles on the board 
with a two yard run capping a 53 yard drive. West 
Virginia put the game away with two third-quarter 
TD's as another fumble proved costly. A Rippman to 
Don Schneider pass made it 35-14 early in the fourth 
quarter but the Mountaineers turned a fumble recov- 
ery into a touchdown and then drove for another to 
close out the scoring. 

The campus cynics panicked and predicted the 
death of Boston College football. They said the team 
had no offense and that the great defense of a year 
ago which had hardly been hurt by graduation was a 
sieve. There was no way B.C. would get a bowl bid 
with this team. For the most part they were wrong 
and the proud B.C. footballers regrouped and began 
to show their talents. 



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The next Saturday found the Eagles playing the 
Temple Owls in Philadelphia. Temple scored first on 
a 44 yard field goal but B.C. led 7-3 at the half thanks 
to Phil Bennett's one yard run and Larry Berridge's 
extra point. The second half saw the Owls get shut 
out while The Eagles added ten points to their lead. 
Cordie Browne grabbed a 14 yard T.D. pass from Ray 
Rippman and John Kline booted a 44 yard field goal 
to make the final score 17-3. Kevin Clemente and Co. 
held Temple to a mere 28 yards rushing and 184 yards 
total offense. The defense everyone was waiting for 
had arrived to stay for the rest of the season. Offen- 
sively the Eagles were erratic but the ball control of- 
fense that Coach Yukica had sought was slowly de- 
veloping. 

The home opener against Navy was a 49-6 rout 
reminiscent of the offensive outbursts of 1970. One 
minute into the game, Eddie Rideout returned a punt 
59 yards for a score. Rideout scored again on a four 
yard run and it was 14-0 after one quarter. Three sec- 
ond quarter touchdowns made it 35-0 at halftime as 
Rippman and Tom Bougus scored on runs and Gary 
Marangi hooked up with Don Schneider for a touch- 
down pass. In the second half the only worry was 
whether Boston would get the shutout. The Eagles 
added 14 more points in the third and Navy finally 
broke through with just under three minutes remain- 
ing. Defensively B.C. was devastating. Steve Kirchner, 
John McElgunn, Jim Combs and Burt Stevens com- 
bined for five interceptions while Mike Mucci recov- 
ered two fumbles. On offense Eddie Rideout was the 
big man; as the season went on he became the key 
man in Yukica's offense. 





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The first Saturday in October the Eagles were on 
the road against the Richmond Spiders. After narrow- 
ly missing a shutout against Navy the defense came 
up with its first of two blankings: final score, 24-0. A 
scoreless first quarter was followed by a ten point 
second quarter as Tom Bougus picked up a T.D. and 
John Klime booted a field goal. Two third quarter 
scores wrapped up the game as B.C. boosted its rec- 
ord to 3-1. Once again the defense was too tough for 
the opposition. Richmond could net only 43 yards on 
the ground while losing two fumbles and having four 
passes intercepted. Tom Bougus ran for 105 yards, al- 
most half of what B.C. picked up on the ground, and 
scored twice. Bougus, the back who replaced Willis, 
managed to break the B.C. single season rushing rec- 
ord set by Willis the season before. 





Everyone knew that the defense was the key to the 
Eagle's success. Against Villanova it would face its 
sternest test since opening day. The key to Villano- 
va's attack was Mike Siani, wide receiver, possible 
Ail-American. Last year he had burned B.C. for twelve 
receptions in a losing cause. This year the proud 
Eagle defense wanted revenge and got it. Siani was 
held to five receptions for 55 yards as Villanova was 
held to only seven points. Tom Bougus ran wild, 
picking up 215 yards and pacing the Eagles to a 23-7 
victory. 

The score, however, belied the closeness of the 
game. B.C.'s defense shut down Villanova totally 
while its offense rolled up 411 yards. Bowl hopes 
were high as the Eagles prepared for the long trip to 
Lubbock, Texas. 



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Big D. 




Coach Yukica found himself in the heart of the 
schedule now. Texas Tech, Pittsburgh and Syracuse 
lay just ahead. If Boston College was as good as peo- 
ple were beginning to think, the teann would have to 
prove it against these next three opponents. Unfortu- 
nately, the Eagles got off to a bad start by dropping a 
close game to the Red Raiders, 14-6. 

The first half ended with Texas Tech up 7-0, having 
converted a B.C. fumble. Five minutes into the fourth 
quarter Tech returned a punt nineteen yards to the 
B.C. 31, and three plays later it was Texas Tech by 14. 
The Eagles got the ball with five and half minutes re- 
maining, however, and drove 86 yards in seven plays 
as Bougus scored. The attempt for two failed, and 
with 3:47 remaining John Kline kicked off. The Red 
Raiders made one first down but were forced to punt 



to Eddie Rideout who took it on the B.C. 19. The 
Eagle's Mr. Clutch, who had been hurt earlier in the 
game, returned the ball to the Tech 28, coming with- 
in an eyelash of breaking it all the way. But Texas 
Tech held, throwing Rippman for losses on two con- 
secutive pass attempts. It was a crushing loss. The 
Eagle defense played well but the offense just 
couldn't get through as a 180 yard performance by 
Tom Bougus was negated. Bowl hopes now seemed 
dim indeed. 

The cynics were out in full force now. They 
knocked B.C. for always losing big games and pre- 
dicted losses against Pittsburgh and Syracuse. The 
only way to silence these people would be to post 
victories in the two upcoming contests. And that's 
exactly what happened. 




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Left: Ed Rideout follows blocker Tom 
Bougus in for a touchdown against 
Villanova. 





The Eagles returned home to face Pittsburgh, and 
Ray Rippman had possibly his best game ever, com- 
pleting 7 of 15 passes for 145 yards plus one T.D. as 
he led B.C. to a 40-22 victory. The first half saw B.C. 
score every time they had the ball, with excellent 
performances put in by Rideout, Bougus, Kline and 
Bennett. Despite the fact that the Panthers closed to 
within one at 23-22 in the second half, they were 
never in the game again. QB Rippman put 17 points 
on the board in the final quarter to add a convincing 
victory to B.C.'s win column. The Eagles now had two 
weeks to prepare for Syracuse, where victory would 
be essential to keep bowl hopes alive. 

The last time B.C. travelled to ancient Archbold 
Stadium (1969), the Eagles took home an amazing 
35-10 victory. Syracuse wanted revenge, and the team 
was up for the game. But Mr. Rideout wanted it even 
more and he used the game to showcase his many 
talents as he won it for B.C., 10-3. 

The only scoring in the first half was a Syracuse 
field goal. Both defenses were overpowering and 
neither team could move the ball. In the third quarter 
Syracuse punted to Gary Hudson who handed off to 
Rideout. He returned it twelve yards to the B.C. 37. In 
the ensuing drive, Rippman threw to Eddie twice, the 
first good for 8 yards, the second good for 23 and a 
T.D. John Kline kicked a field goal later in the game 
to cap a drive set up by a Rideout punt return. When 
the game was over Rideout was voted the offensive 
player of the day. He had rushed for 29 yards, caught 
five passes for 62 yards with a touchdown and a re- 
turned punt for 72 yards. In addition to this he barely 
missed completing what would have been a 63 yard 
touchdown pass. Next on the agenda was Northern 
Illinois. 



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Lou Silva prepares to decapitate 
a Huskie. 




With the exception of Joe Yukica, his coaching 
staff, and the football team, no one in the area knew 
much about Northern Illinois. General opinion was 
that they were bad, and many people expected a 
rout. Instead, they saw the Eagles get a run for their 
money. The Huskies took the kickoff, marched to the 
B.C. 8, and missed a 25 yard field goal. Next time they 
were more successful, and a forty yarder put them up 
3-0. The Huskies recovered a B.C. fumbled punt and 
drove to the one but a goal line stand turned them 
back. The Eagles were in a generous mood, however. 
A Rippman pass was intercepted and four plays later 
it was 10-0. For a while it seemed that the mysterious 
invaders from the Midwest might pull off the upset, 
but the Eagle defense rose to the occasion. An at- 
tempted Huskie screen pass was deflected by Greg 
Broskie into the arms of Lou Silva who raced 68 yards 
for a T.D. The half ended with B.C. only down by 
three despite the fact that the team had gained only 
49 yards, none rushing, and had three turnovers. In 
the second half the Huskie offense was totally neu- 
tralized and B.C. added 13 points via two Kline field 
goals and a Rippman T.D. The Eagles breathed a sigh 
of relief after this hard-fought 20-10 victory. 




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B.C.'s staunch defense whitewashed its second oppo- 
nent of the year as U. Mass. went down to a 35-0 defeat. 
Both Tom Bougus and Bill Thomas broke the 100-yard bar- 
rier rushing and Mel Briggs picked up 120 yards on pass 
receptions as the Eagles gained 474 yards in the total of- 
fense. John Kline scored the winning points when he 
booted a 45 yard first quarter field goal. But outstanding 
play was the norm of the day, as exemplified by back to 
back touchdowns courtesy of Bill Thomas' 41 yard run and 
John McElgunn's 39 yard interception. 

Last year, when the Holy Cross Crusaders were making 
their comeback from a bout with hepatitis, the Eagles 
routed them 54-0. Many expected the same this year. 
Shifted to the new Schaefer Stadium after the year's first 
snowfall buried Worcester, the game caught Eagle fans to- 
tally unaware as the team scored only three touchdowns 
in a 21-7 victory. The Purple Knights drew first blood in 
the second quarter on a four yard pass play. B.C. knotted 
the score at 7 apiece when Bill Thomas went in from 10 
yards out. Eddie Rideout put the Eagles up 14-7 before 
halftime as he made a diving catch in the end zone to 
bring down a 40 yard bomb from Ray Rippman. The final 
score came with six minutes remaining when Mel Briggs 
scampered into the end zone to finish off a 59 yard pass 
play. This was the game that saw Tom Bougus eclipse 
B.C.'s single season rushing record as he picked up 103 
yards to finish the season with 1,056. 







Super-sub Gary Marangi 




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The most successful season in thirty-two years was 
over. The Eagles had fought back from two bitter dis- 
appointments to post a 9-2 record. The satisfaction 
gained from this accomplishment, however, was all 
the men from the gridiron would have, for the 
prayed-for bowl bid never materialized. For the sen- 
iors, there is the added gratification of having played 
on three consecutive winning squads, compiling a 
record of 22-8. One of the best classes to play for 
B.C., they will be sorely missed. Too many to men- 
tion individually, these seniors all deserve the praise 
of the Eagle fans, from those who toiled in the ano- 
nymity of the offensive line to the members of the 
famed defense and the substitutes who stood ever 
ready to take up the slack. They have left Boston Col- 
lege a winning tradition. 





B.C. 




FOES 


14 


WEST VIRGINIA 


45 


17 


TEMPLE 


3 


49 


NAVY 


6 


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RICHMOND 





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VILLANOVA 


7 


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TEXAS TECH 


14 


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PITTSBURGH 


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10 


SYRACUSE 


3 


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NORTHERN ILLINOIS 


10 


35 


U. MASS 





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HOLY CROSS 


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Cross Country 

The 1971 cross country season produced mixed re- 
sults for the B.C. harriers. Although the team did not 
enjoy the success of the 1970 squad, this past season 
nevertheless saw several notable individual perform- 
ances. The squad finished the season with a dual meet 
record of three wins and four losses. 

In the conference meets (the Greater Boston and the 
New England) the squad fell short of last year's per- 
formances. The harriers finished fourth in the Greater 
Boston — behind victor Harvard, and eighth in the New 
England — behind winner Providence College. 

Despite the average season for the team itself, several 
individuals turned in outstanding performances. Senior 
Jim Zabel broke the school record for the Franklin Park 
course in the N.U. meet, and classmate Dick Mahoney 
was also under the old standard with a 24:39 clocking. 
In the same meet, sophomore Jim Melly became the 
fastest sophomore ever covering the course in 24:52 
time. Mention has to be made for senior captain Char- 
lie Diehl who, though expected to be one of the team's 
top performers, was forced to miss the season due to a 
leg injury. Junior Jack MacDonald, sophomores John 
Desmond and Bob Cooney, and freshman Austin Boyle, 
along with seniors Mike Monroe and Dennis McCool 
rounded out the squad. They took part in the thankless 
sport of running up and down hills that produces little 
publicity, but much satisfaction for those involved. 




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B.C. 




FOES 


28 


TUFTS 


27 


21 


B.U. 


39 


21 


M.I.T. 


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25 


HOLY CROSS 


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U. MASS 


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NORTHEASTERN 


27 


25 


SPRINGFIELD 


30 


4th 


GREATER BOSTON 




9th 


NEW ENGLAND 






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Soccer 



Handicapped by playing in the shadow of an al- 
most-bowl-bound football team, this year's soccer 
team overcame the empty stands to see-saw their 
way to a 6-8 record. Led by senior co-captains Chris 
Mansfield and Charlie Mundhenk, Boston College 
wasn't able to taste victory until its third game. But 
since the opponent was Holy Cross and the game 
went into double overtime, victory couldn't have 
been sweeter. After that the Eagles turned into a 
juggernaut that appeared unstoppable allowing only 
one goal in the four games subsequent to the Holy 
Cross rejoicing. 

The juggernaut, however, began to crumble as BC 
was struck by injuries. Charlie Munhenk led all scor- 
ers with seven goals, even though he only played in 
eight games, joey Barnett, also a senior, was second 
in the scoring race. Another broken cog in the BC 
machine was senior Phil Chavennes who missed ten 
of the fourteen games while senior forward Mark 
O'Brien was out for all but one game. The loss of 
three experienced forwards from the regular line-up 
definitely restricted the Eagles' offense, resulting in 
dropping five of the last six games. 

Next year though, the squad will only be minus 
Gene McLaughlin and Rich Libera, along with those 
seniors already mentioned. Returning will be co-cap- 
tains-elect Chris Martin and Eddie Weeden plus 
goalies Sean Rush, Ed Soletnick and Writer D'Elia. If 
injuries can be avoided, the future of B.C. soccer is as 
bright as the sun on an .autumn afternoon. 





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1971-1972 was a year of mixed blessings for the 
Boston College Rugby Team. The fall brought with it 
a disappointing 2-5 record. Early losses to Harvard, 
9-8, and to Fairfield, 15-0, were offset by a last minute 
victory over arch-rival Holy Cross, 9-8. The ruggers 
fell before the Boston Pilgrims, 12-8, and the B.C. 
rugby alumni, 15-12. They rebounded, thrashing 
M.I.T., 22-6. The season closed with a disheartening 
loss to Beacon Hill, 18-4. 

Captain Ruby Holland, along with other seniors 
Jim Matera and Bill Haggerty, led the squad through- 
out the fall. Flashes of style by Jim Zlataper and Roger 
Egan, combined with the kicking of club president 
Jim Cusick contributed to the meager successes. 
Coach Ken Daly and faculty representative Bob 
Williams, without whom the very existence of the 
team would not have been possible, deserve special 
mention. 

In the spring the club faces Holy Cross, Tufts, Har- 
vard, the Boston Pilgrims, and also travels to Old Ma- 
roon in New York City, and to Syracuse University, as 
well as to the New England Championships in Med- 
ford. With the return of backs Holland, Matera, and 
Mike O'Boyle, and forwards Pat Dillon and Tom 
Smith, the team intends to defend its previous 
triumphs in Harvard's "Seven-a-Side" Tournament, 
before retiring to a summer of aching recovery. 



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When most people think of wrestling, they think 
about the Goliaths who throw each other around the 
ring on television every Saturday afternoon. Few 
people are aware that many colleges offer scholar- 
ships to athletes who are willing to literally fight their 
way through school. And Boston College is no differ- 
ent except that it doesn't offer any scholarships and 
an Eagle wrestler participates mostly just for the satis- 
faction he receives from pinning an opponent. 

This year though, almost from the beginning it was 
evident that there would be problems, and satisfac- 
tion would be low. Returning sophomore Paul Cagli- 
ardi underwent knee surgery in the summer and last 



year's captain Tom Bergfield was injured before the 
season started. These sore spots combined with 
being forced to share their practice room with the 
judo club made practice a little more difficult. As a 
result the team had a relatively poor record statisti- 
cally notching only one win, one tie and four losses. 
Nevertheless, the team was a young one and with the 
sports complex in full swing, next year should be 
much happier. Co-Captains and juniors John Lally 
and Rob Boova along with sophomores Bob Sullivan, 
Bill Scanlan, Ed Mulhern and heavyweight Bob 
Caplette should provide more than the nucleus 
needed for success in the next couple of years. 




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Sophomore Mark Ratterink just before he sinks two. 



One day in March, 1970, the phone rang in Athletic 
Director Bill Flynn's office. On the other end of the 
line, was the University of Pennsylvania, asking per- 
mission of the B.C. sports mogul to speak with the 
then Head Coach of basketball. Chuck Daly. Six days 
later, a mid-morning press conference in Roberts 
Center revealed that, indeed, the much castigated 
and oft-maligned two year reign of the "The Gentle- 
man from Duke" had ended. What faced Boston Col- 
lege now was a hurry-up search for a new mentor, 
made more panicky by the fact that perhaps B.C. was 
about to lose the five prospects whom Daly had re- 
cruited to come to Boston in 1971. This search lasted 
only another seven days and about twenty-three 
steps — upstairs in Roberts to the Assistant coach's 
office, when Bob Zuffelato was named head coach 
of the Eagles. 

Robert Frederick Zuffelato brought to the head 
coaching position the enthusiastic freshness of his 
comparative youth (he was 34 years old a week prior 







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to the opening of the season, the youngest head 
coach in B.C.'s history.) ZUffelato was faced with a 
problem right from the start i.e. retain the recruits. 
One can recall the first afternoon that "Zuff" was of- 
ficially the coach, when he was forced to speed out 
of his office, before even warming his leather swivel 
chair, trying to catch a plane to New York City to set- 
tle his recruit commitments. From that time, until 
December 2 when the Eagles opened against the Ter- 
riers of B.U. in the Beanpot Tourney opener at the 
Boston Garden, Coach Zuffelato's entire aim was to 
create an edition of the Eagle basketball team that 
could win 50% of their rugged 26 game schedule. 

Zuffelato was working with a team that had lost its 
heart and soul in the personages of Ail-American 
guard Jim O'Brien and forwards Frank Fitzgerald and 
Vin Costello. These three ballplayers were the last 
three links to the great teams of Bob Cousy. 



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Leading the Eagles this year would be Captain Pete 
Schmid, the 67" center. Also returning from the 70- 
71 team was Dave Walker, the 6'6" playground ball 
product from Jamaica Plain and junior playmaker 
Bobby Smith from Charlestown. Although he had 
played little in his first two varsity years, 6'4" Jim Phe- 
lan was also back, eager and ready to earn a starting 
guard spot. Coming up from another of Frosh coach 
Frank Power's fine squad were eight scholarship 
players, all of whom made for great competition on 
the team for the final five starting berths. Jere Nolan, 
Dave Ulrich and Phil Dunn were back court candi- 
dates, Dan Kilcullen, Mark Raterink and Maurice 
Walker were vying for forward slots, while FHerrick 
Lengers and Steve Reid were out to nail down the 
back-up center position. Add to these names, those 
of Dave Freitag and Tom Anstett, both junior for- 
wards, and B.C. promised an amazing amount of 
depth for a team so inexperienced. 

The season started horrendously against B.U. As 
they did to Chuck Daly, the Terriers, under new head 
coach Ron Mitchell, spoiled Zuffelato's debut. Com- 
bining great shooting from Soph Ken Boyd with an 
acute attack of sloppiness on the part of the Eagles, 
B.U. beat B.C., 85-83, in the battle of Commonwealth 
Avenue. 





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Following this atrocity, the Eagles opened in Rob- 
erts Center against a new rival — Vanderbuilt. The Ti- 
gers, paced by Jan van Breda Kolff, led at halftime, 
46-41. A stigma that was to plague the Eagles' game 
evolved this night as Vanderbuilt came out in the 
second half and opened up a 12 point lead. Then the 
first light in the tunnel appeared. The Eagles, led by 
Schmid and Phelan, roared back and took the lead 
form Vanderbuilt with about five minutes to go. 
From then on it was a basket for basket thriller. It 
came down to Pete Schmid's missed free throw with 
1:30 left and an amazing flurry at the basket in which 
the Eagles shot seven times at the hoop only to see 
Vandy grab the rebound and score two breakaways 
to win 82-75. 

Against Canisius, Zuff gained the elusive first vic- 
tory. The Golden Griffs shaped up as the toughest 
B.C. opponent of the early schedule, yet the Eagles 
opened early and were led by Dave Walker and Jim 
Phelan en route to a 32-23 halftime lead and a satisfy- 
ing 76-58 victory. In the finals of the Beanpot, the Ea- 
gles involved themselves in another heart-stopping 
confrontation with the "slow-down" Northeastern 
Huskies. The halftime score was 20-20 as the Huskies 
refused to go to the basket. Yet the strategy was 
working on B.C. Trailing by five with about a minute 
to go, B.C. went into a full-court zone press. A big 
steal and basket by the ever-steady Mr. Phelan and 
the Eagles eked out their second win, 52-51 





Now, for the first time, the Eagles went to the road. 
It seemed as if being on the road brought to the fore 
all the errors normally caused by first game pressures. 
Despite playing poorly, the Eagles defeated Le- 
Moyne, 81-67, before going further upstate in New 
York to Olean and dropping an 86-66 debacle to St. 
Bonaventure. Strangely enough, B.C. had been in that 
ballgame until a mid-second half spurt, led by Glen 
Price, who iced it for the Bonnies. 

It was Christmas week now and the Eagles spent it 
in Philadelphia. B.C. opened against LaSalle and 
again was plagued by a poor first half. Zuffelato 
watched in horror as his team set a low-water mark 
for points scored in the first half in a tournament 
game, to trail at halftime, 27-18. LaSalle then burst 
out in the second half as if they were destined to 
blow the Eagles off the court, taking leads of 32-18, 
36-24, and 47-36 with ten minutes to go in the game. 
But a la Vanderbuilt, B.C. came flying back, now led 
by sophs Dan Kilcullen and Dave Ulrich. With 46 sec- 
onds to go, Ulrich stole a rebound and hit on a 17- 
footer to make it 59-58 LaSalle. Thirty-one seconds 
later, B.C. got the ball on a turnover at 61-60 and with 
just seven seconds to go, Bobby Smith hit on his only 
field goal of the night, an 18-footer from the right to 
win it for B.C. 62-61. 





The Eagle at the line. 




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The next night, the Eagles took on the Gamecocks 
of South Carolina. But it was the Gamecocks' night as 
they rolled over B.C. 86-64. 

For third place, the Eagles took on SEC power, Ten- 
nessee. Playing easily their best ballgame, the Eagles 
led 37-33 at halftime, and 58-49 with 6:00 to go in the 
game. Who would have believed at that juncture that 
B.C. was to score just two free throws the remainder 
of the evening? Yet with seven seconds to go, Dan 
Kilcullen was forced to take a twenty-footer which 
fell short and the Eagles had let the big one get away, 
61 -60. 

But, the experience derived from playing in suc- 
cessive pressure situations found the Eagles a much 
better team in January. The emergence of Jere Nolan 
as a prime factor in this and future years' successes 
began in the Fairfield game, won by the Eagles in 
smashing fashion, 100-78. Nolan and Smith combined 
for 16 assists, while Kilcullen socred 27 points — sec- 
ond highest output on the team to date. But B.C. ran 
into trouble their next two games, due largely to an 
unlikely firm of DeGregorio, Barnes, and Bantom. 
Providence dropped the Eagles, 86-68 when Ernie D. 
and Marvin B. scored 49 points between them. Next 
was St. Joseph's of Philadelphia, and center Mike 
Bantom utilized his superior strength and experience 
in whipping B.C. personally for 33 points as the 
Hawks soared over the Eagles, 82-68. 




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At this juncture, Zuff spoke to his players sternly 
about their lack of defense and, for 36 minutes, the 
Dartmouth Indians felt the brunt of his discussion. 
The Eagles led the highly regarded Ivy team by 13 
with 4:00 to go, but again, allowed defeat to be 
snatched from the jaws of victory. Followmg a 
missed one-and-one situation by Kilcullen, a 25-foot 
desperation shot by the Indians' Paul Eriand at the 
regulation buzzer tied the score at 81, and the Indi- 
ans went on to win, 93-88. 

Then came Holy Cross. It has gotten to be tradition 
that Jack Donohue brings a highly touted Crusader 
squad to Roberts Center and leaves embarrasses. This 
time it was Dave Ulrich who caused the embarrass- 
ment, banging home a 22-footer with five seconds 
left — the shot Jimmy O'Brien had missed two years 
earlier — to wipe the Cross, 71-70. 

Semester break dampened the Eagles as they tra- 
velled to the Midwest and were shellacked by Du- 
quesne, 93-79, and beaten by Detroit 76-68. That 
ended January, and so back home they came for a 
very hectic February. 




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"Frog" 



'The Fox" (Jim Phelan) drives for two. 




B.C. entered February with a 6 and 10 record and 
little hope for a .500 season. But then things began to 
change. Against a highly talented, but poorly disci- 
plined Rhode Island squad, Jimmy Phelan was the 
here. Barely missing the winning shot at the end of 
regulation play, he then stole the ball in overtime 
and with two seconds left, set up the pass to Dan Kil- 
cullen who scored on a difficult layup. Roberts went 
into hysteria with a B.C. win, 64-63. The elated Eagles 
traveled to Fordham and almost accomplished the 
impossible — beat Fordham in Rose Hill Gym. But it 
was not to be as the Rams erased a two point B.C. 
halftime lead and went on to win 65-58. Again it was 
poor free throw shooting that sunk the Eagles. B.C. 
went 10-19 from the line for 52%. 

Returning to Roberts, the Eagles opened a rare four 
game homestand, they opened by defeating 
U. Mass., 74-73, as Jack Leaman's one year ecstasy 
over beating B.C. was squelched. Seton Hall came to 
Roberts next and was treated to a solid, overall per- 
formance on the part of the Eagles — particularly 
Dave Walker, Bobby Smith, Jere Nolan and Dave Ul- 
rich. The result: B.C. 83, Seton Hall 72. 

Next, Zuffelato reached into his bag of miracles 
and produced a real work of wonder — a surprising 
upset of a highly tauted St. John's, 70-66 featuring a 
sensational exhibition of shooting by Dave Walker. 
(But then nothing seemed impossible at Roberts) 



Dan Kilcullen lays it up and in. 



127 



So that is how Zuffelato and Co. (now 10 and 11) 
prepared for their tough closing run with home 
games against Penn State and Georgetown and clash- 
es on the road with Villanova, Holy Cross and Con- 
necticut. In summary, it was an interesting year dur- 
ing which the sophomores, upon whom so much de- 
pended, developed more slowly than expected, but 
still soon enough to establish a respectable and suc- 
cessful first year record for Coach Zuffelato. It was a 
year in which Pete Schmid gained the admiration of 
all who watched him, continually battling the bigger 
centers he faced on a surprising even scale. And it 
was a year in which the maturation of Zuffelato be- 
came more and more pronounced from game to 
game, allowing people in the New England area to 
assert that Providence's Dave Gavitt is not the only 
34 year old head coach who shortly will be gaining 
wide prominence. That is the legacy of the '71-72 
B.C. basketball season. From its success sprang the 
ingredients for the reascension of Boston College in 
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Hockey 



It was the end of an era. John "Snooks" Kelley was 
retiring after the 1971-72 Hockey season, leaving 
thirty-six years of coaching and a legend behind him. 
People watched his every move and made a note of 
everything he said. They were trying to remember 
"The Dean" as best they could, so in years to come 
they could tell stories of "when Snooks was coach." 

It was not only Snooks' farewell season, but also 
the season in which he was to attain his 500th career 
victory. He needed only 13 more to reach that magic 
figure, a milestone which was to become an obses- 
sion with everyone but Snooks himself as the season 
wore on. The Eagles were once again a young team, 
depending mainly on sophomores and juniors, and 
were without Ail-American defenseman Tom Mellor, 
who took a leave of absence to go to Japan to fight 
for a medal with the U.S. Olympic team. Thus, no 
one really knew just how the last Snooks Kelley team 
would fare as it fought its way through a tough 30- 
game schedule. 




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"Snooks" ponders the possibilities for the magic 500th. 



However, the usual pre-season optimism was 
based on the expected leadership of seniors Vin 
Shanley (the captain), Scott Godfrey, Charlie Ahern, 
and Jack Cronin, the scoring power of juniors Ed 
Kenty and Bob Reardon and Soph Joe Fidler, along 
with his hustling, devil-may-care classmates John 
Monahan, Jim King, and Ray D'Arcy. Add to this the 
goal tending of Neil Higgins and the defensive work 
of Chuck. Lambert, Len Nolan and Harvey Bennett 
and you can see why the hopes for a play-off slot 
were high. 

Coach Kelley, in hopes of getting a jump on the 
other Eastern teams, entered his squad in a holiday 
tournament in Minnesota over Thanksgiving with 
three strong teams, namely, the University of Minne- 
sota-Duluth, the University of Manitoba, and Lake 
Superior State. B.C. opened against Minn.-Duluth, al- 
ways a top team among the Western Schools, and 
surprised everyone by upsetting the favored Minne- 
sotans, 4-3, thanks to a superb performance by goalie 
Higgins. The Eagles dropped the other two contests 
to Manitoba and Lake Superior State, but flew back 
to the East with confidence, ready to fight for an 
E.C.A.C. play-off berth. After all, they had beaten a 
top-notch team in U.M.-D., Harvey Bennett had 
made the All-Tourney team with his fine all around 
play, and big Ed Kenty had showed that he still pos- 
sessed his magic touch by notching a goal in each 
game. 



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The B.C. Sextet's first E.C.A.C. encounter was at 
Providence, and the rough and tumble Friars, who 
had beaten their rivals from Boston twice the year 
before, were prepared to make it three in a row. It 
looked like they would do just that as they scored on 
their first shot-on-goal, but the Eagles played a solid 
two-way hockey game, took control, and roared to a 
5-2 victory. Kenty led the way with a goal and three 
assists and Higgins once again starred in the nets. Re- 
viewing the two wins, a formula for victory could be 
seen. Kelley's skaters would have to play a strong de- 
fensive game and take advantage of the oppositions' 
defensive lapses. This B.C. team not be able to de- 
pend on offense like the B.C. teams of the past. 

It was finally time for the home opener, and the 
distinguished McHugh Forum clientele were anxious 
to see how the "new" Eagles would tangle with the 
Tigers of Princeton. The Ivy Leaguers, winners of only 
one game the year before, had improved considera- 
bly and were set to turn the tables on their hosts. It 
was not to be, however, as the home team, behind 








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the efforts of the Kenty-Codfrey-Shanley line, skated 
to a 4-2 decision. Brown was next, and the Bruins 
were rivals for one of those precious berths in the 
play-offs. McHugh Forum was packed, and both 
teams were cautious as the first period ended with 
the score 1-1, Joe Keaveney getting the Eagle goal. 
The Kelleymen then took control as Kenty kept his 
goal-a-game streak going, sliding in a backhander 
which proved to be the winner. Flashy Joe Fidler and 
Keaveney with his second of the game iced as B.C.'s 
tenacious checking held Brown to only ten shots-on- 
goal over the last two periods. The 4-1 victory left the 
Eagles undefeated in Eastern competition, and their 
followers were wondering how long it could last. 
They got their answer a few days later as disaster 
struck, where else, but at the infamous Boston Arena. 




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The egg-shaped rink makes things extremely haz- 
ardous for defensemen, and goals usually come in all 
varieties. This is exactly what happened when the Ea- 
gles met Northeastern. The Huskies, perennial door- 
mats of Boston's Big Four, had beefed up their attack, 
and before B.C. knew what had hit them. Ferny Fla- 
mam's boys had bounced, slithered and dribbled 
four goals across as they took a 4-1 first period lead. 
The Eagles spent the rest of the night trying to catch 
up in a game marked by its total lack of defense. Still 
behind 8-4 with three minutes left, B.C. scored three 
quick goals, but fell one short of miraculously send- 
ing the game into overtime, thus wasting a hat trick 
by Fidler. 

There was little time to think about the dishearten- 
ing loss to Northeastern, since Harvard's powerhouse 
with its famed "Local Line" was coming to McHugh 
Forum. Or was it? Coach Bill Cleary had secretly sus- 
pended nine of his top players, a move which was 
not revealed until just before game-time. It took 
much of the luster and excitement from the game 
and the Eagles, having prepared for Harvard's best, 
seemed mentally let-down. They stayed even with 
the skeleton Crimson squad for two periods, but 
played perhaps their worst period of the year in the 
third as Harvard broke a 4-4 tie and coasted to a 6-4 
win. Bob Reardon had two goals in a losing cause. 




134 




The Christmas break arrived, and the men from the 
Heights were off to Chicago Stadium to play a tal- 
ented Notre Dame team which had risen to promi- 
nence in just three years. Soph Goalie Ned Yetten 
must have thought it was the Black Hawks who were 
using him for target practice, however, as the Eagles 
offered little resistance to the Irish onslaught. The 
Midwesterners fired 61 shots-on-goal in a 14-3 romp. 
B.C. had to do something fast, since the two teams 
would meet again in two days at the Christmas Tour- 
nament in New York City. The score, although more 
respectable, yielded the same results as N.D. won, 
7-4. The foliwoing night, B.C. defeated Brown for the 
second time, 6-3, in the consolation game. Kenty and 
Scott Godfrey led the way with two goals each. 

Boston State had been clamoring for a game with 
B.C. for quite a while, and they were finally obliged. 
They were treated quite harshly, however, as the in- 
habitants of McHugh Forum rolled, 9-2, with the help 
of two-goal performances by Harvey Bennett and the 
red-hot Godfrey. They followed this with a work- 
man-like 5-2 victory over North-of-the-border Dal- 
housie University. The Eagles at this point were 4-2 in 
the E.C.A.C. and 7-6 overall as classes resumed in Jan- 
uary. They had two big games at home against Provi- 
dence and New Hampshire coming up and a victory 
over each would put Snooks' boys in the driver's 
seat. Instead, they lost both as the season was turned 
around. 




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The Friars came in looking for revenge of their ear- 
lier loss, and they got it. In a strange game, one in 
which the Eagles outshot their opponents by a 2 to 1 
ratio, the Friars cashed in on their opportunities and 
stunned the McHugh Forum crowd with an 8-3 win. 
The students were wondering what had happened to 
the Eagles over the holidays. They soon found that 
nothing was wrong as B.C. and U.N.H. hooked up in 
probably the most exciting game of the year at the 
FHeights campus. The highly-touted Wildcats won the 
see-saw thriller 6-5 in overtime, after Godfrey dra- 
matically tied it up in the waning minutes. 

The Eagle fortunes were on the way down, and 
things went from bad to worse. During the next 
month, they would play, at one time or another, 
without the services of Bob Reardon, Len Nolan, 
Charlie Ahem, Jack Cronin, Ed Hayes, Ray D'Arcy, 
and Joe Fidler, the last two for the remainder of the 
season. There was no relief in sight as the next two 
contests were on the road versus national champion 
B.U. and Cornell. These two teams lose at home 
about as often as Haley's Comet comes around, and 
B.C. had no surprises in store. They did manage to 
score first at B.U.'s sparkling new playpen on a goal 
by John Monahan, but the Terriers took over and 
cruised to a 4-1 victory. Exam break was next, and 
looking back at the first half of the season, it was ob- 
vious that inconsistency was the main culprit. 





Some players did stand out, however. First, there is 
talented Soph Chuck Lambert, a pint-sized defense- 
man with the poise of a pro. You could almost hear 
the scouts mumbling, "if only he were a little 
bigger . . ." Also, there is goal-scorer extraordinaire, 
Ed Kenty, and Scott Godfrey, probably the best all- 
around players on the team. Finally, there's the Kami- 
kaze Kids: John Monahan, Jim King, and Ray D'Arcy. 
Their antics in front of the net and in the corners are 
alone worth the price of admission. 

Having regrouped, the Eagles were off to the 
famed Lynah Rink. Cornell had won 61 games in a 
row at home and were well on their way to 62 as they 
jumped off to a 4-0 lead. However, B.C. stunned the 
Big Red and their followers by scoring two goals and 
pressing for a third as the second period ended. The 
Rhode Island Boys, Bobby Cooper and Jim King, were 
the Eagle marksmen. The Ivy Leaguers managed to 
maintain their two goal advantage for half the third 
period, but suddenly exploded for five unanswered 
goals and won by a deceiving 10-3 count. At this 
point, the play-offs seemed lost, and the main con- 
cern became Snooks' 500th victory. He had 494 and 
people were outwardly doubtful that he could reach 
it. Inside, however, you could not help feel that 
somehow, through some mysterious force, if neces- 
sary, he would reach the coveted milestone. 




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St. Louis University, next on the schedule, claimed 
that they felt that "force" as all six penalties were 
called on them, and they lost their initial visit to 
McHugh, 6-4. Vin Shanley had two goals, as did 
Kenty, who was at top speed after playing several 
games with a shoulder injury. Hoping that they were 
on the right track again, the Eagles traveled to New 
Haven to do battle with the Yale Bulldogs. The last 
time Yale had beaten B.C., the Brooklyn Dodgers had 
finally won the World Series. The Elis must have 
thought that this was finally their year as they won a 
wild, free-wheeling game, 10-6, a game all B.C. fans 
should quickly forget. The players did just that as 
they turned around and played a stellar defensive 
game to defeat a stubborn Colgate team, 3-2, before 
the usual throng at McHugh. Fidler got the winning 
goal in the last three minutes after being set up by a 



beautiful behind-the-back pass from Reardon. There 
were now only four more victories to go, and l;he 
Beanpot was next. Our friends from down the street, 
B.U., were the opponents, and since the Beanpot was 
supposed to breed upsets, the Eagles were prepared 
to oblige. They held the Terriers scoreless for half the 
game, and trailed just 2-1 after two periods. B.U., 
however, was just too much for the inspired B.C. 
team and won 4-2, with both Eagle goals coming 
from Fidler, who played perhaps his best game of the 
season. Dartmouth was next, and the loss to the Indi- 
ans, combined with a tough remaining schedule, 
could possibly make these "Year of the Snooks 500" 
buttons nothing but false advertising. B.C. lost, 4-2, 
and sadly. Snooks' 500th victory seemed further away 
than ever. 




138 




B.C. 



Foes 




4 


DULUTH 


3 


2 


LAKE SUPERIOR STATE 


9 


4 


MANITOBA 


5 


5 


PROVIDENCE 


2 


4 


PRINCETON 


2 


4 


BROWN 


1 


7 


NORTHEASTERN 


8 


4 


HARVARD 


6 


3 


NOTRE DAME 


14 


4 


NOTRE DAME 


7 


6 


BROWN 


3 


9 


BOSTON STATE 


2 


5 


DALHOUSIE 


2 


3 


PROVIDENCE 


8 


5 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


6 


1 


BOSTON UNIVERSITY 


4 


3 


CORNELL 


10 


6 


ST. LOUIS 


4 


6 


YALE 


10 


3 


COLGATE 


2 


2 


BOSTON UNIVERSITY 


4 


2 


DARTMOUTH 


4 


5 


NORTHEASTERN 


4 


6 


CLARKSON 


4 


5 


ST. LAWRENCE 


7 


6 


DARTMOUTH 


5 


7 


BOSTON UNIVERSITY 


5 


6 


ARMY 


3 


2 


BOWDOIN 


3 


3 


PENNSYLVANIA 


8 




139 




Freshman Sports 

Probably the most important part of developing 
competitive teams in college is the strength of the 
school's freshman program. And if the records of this 
year's freshman teams are any indication, B.C. sports 
for the next few years are in good hands. 

'The freshman football team is an excellent exam- 
ple of what makes a head coach's job easier. They 
compiled the first undefeated season since 1967 and 
outscored all opponents 200-20, racking up two shut- 
outs and not allowing more than eight points in any 
of the other three. Not since 1938, when the juniors 
on the famous B.C. Sugar Bowl team were freshmen, 
has any frosh squad even approached scoring as 
many points. 

The Eaglet basketball and hockey teams also made 
the future of the class of 1975 sparkle as they rolled 
up 17-3 and 11-11-1 records respectively. The hoop- 
sters led by an outstanding starting five will make life 
more difficult for the 12 returning varsity lettermen 
next year. The same situation should apply on the ice 
team as well, since the rookie rinkmen are bound to 
supply a strong reservoir from which the new coach 
can choose his team. 




140 





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ACTIVITIES 

Boston College activities provide the students with 
the utmost in anarchy and the lifeblood of the campus. 
Forums for the mind, help for the hands, care for the 
soul and achievement for the heart all lie within each of 
our grasps. Reach. 




Knights of Columbus 



143 





A.P.O. 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national campus fraternity 
whose activities are based on the principles of lead- 
ership, brotherhood, and service — qualities which 
are badly needed everywhere today. This year, APO 
members have organized a recycling drive for paper, 
bottles, and cans and have assisted in the Multiple 
Sclerosis Drive in Boston. Other outside projects in- 
cluded the Boy Scout Camp cleaning weekend in 
N.H. Working together has helped to build brother- 
hood and friendship among fraternity members. 





"I think that it's about time we hit the road, dear." 



145 





22ltst:.-. 



Mr. S. being honored in his fifteenth year as 
director. 




146 





Band 



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From the echo of the trumpets to the thunder of 
the drums, the Screaming Eagles Marching Band rep- 
resents the most dynamic aspects of Boston College. 
Behind the exuberance, though, lie the hours of 
training, practice and commitment which form the 
backbone of the Band. (Besides how many others 
know the Alma Mater?) This year, the Band has trav- 
eled to Syracuse for the B.C.-Syracuse football game 
and to Foxboro to perform a halftime show for the 
Patriots. The Concert Band provides another outlet 
for the more serious musicians, giving several con- 
certs in the Boston area every spring, including the 
annual concert on Bapst lawn. For basketball and 
hockey fans, there is the Pep Band which inspires 
B.C.'s teams at every game. 



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Superstar. 



147 



Cheerleaders 



How many times have problems seemed insur- 
mountable? Could a little encouragement help you 
forget your worries and try just a little harder? The 
experience of sharing is the only good one, some 
folks say. More than the antics, the cries, the shouts, 
this group of genuine noise-makers helps us to share 
our excitement with each other. Maybe we win, 
maybe we lose; but we are ever to excel in the 
exuberance of enjoyment. 

"Let's have a noise cheer!" 





148 






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Chorale 



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150 




"Go, tell the earth to shake ..." 

The University Chorale of Boston College, under 
the direction of C. Alexander Peloquin, performs 
each year a variety of concerts from its repertoire of 
traditional and modern works. This versatility pro- 
vides the University with a vibrant source of cultural 
enrichment. 

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Cho- 
rale and the one hundredth anniversary of performed 
music on our campus. From a men's Glee Club of a 
decade ago, the Chorale has grown to a full chorus 
enjoying a reputation as one of the finest collegiate 
chorales in the United States. 

To the accompaniment of full orchestras the Cho- 
rale has performed many outstanding works; interna- 
tional stars have included Vera Zorina, Eileen Farrell 
and Gilbert Price. Also listed in the chorus' resume 
are such distinctions as having performed in New 
York with the Boston Ballet, while being the first col- 
legiate chorus to perform with the Opera Company 
of Boston. 

Perhaps the greatest achievement of the Chorale 
has been an awareness of the great impact liturgical 
music has had in the molding of our musical heri- 
tage. The genius of Dr. Peloquin underscores not 
only the understanding and love of music so evident 
in each of the Chorale's members, but also inspires a 
tangible immediacy in the wonder of the works re- 
captured for their audiences. 




151 





Commuter's Council 

The members of the B.C. community cannot fail to 
realize that commuters, while not actually living on 
campus, still serve as a major source of spirit, activity 
and cooperation. They, too, are concerned with the 
community here and the assurance of a meaningful 
college experience. 

In quest of these goals, the Council has sought to 
develop a sense of belonging for the Commuters in 
the University. With funds provided by the Universi- 
ty they maintain an open lounge in Lyon's Hall (com- 
plete with pin ball machines), while providing a film 
series, a rider service and informal gatherings. The 
members of the Council have sought and acquired 
key positions of advisement throughout the school 
to ensure that B.C., in its expansion, does not ignore 
and forget its beginnings as a local institution. 

Furthermore, the Council struggles and will con- 
tinue to strive to prevent Boston College from be- 
coming a crowded apartment complex and to help 
create a functional, multi-faceted arena for self-im- 
provement, self-edification and enjoyment. 




152 




Council for Exceptional 
Children 

The Boston College Chapter is a member of the 
Student Council for Exceptional Children. At the an- 
nual International Convention in 1971 students par- 
ticipated in voting procedures which set national 
policy regarding the education of exceptional chil- 
dren. At the same time four delegates were sent rep- 
resenting the Boston College Chapter. 

Campus activities include an extensive program of 
speakers in the area of Special Education. A Christ- 
mas Party (an annual tradition) was held for 57 chil- 
dren from the Campus School for multi-handicapped 
children. 

Another annual tradition that was begun in 1971 
was the Special Education Symposium. This week- 
long series of talks on various subjects concerns stu- 
dent interest in Behavior Modification, schools for 
the Emotionally Disturbed, and career opportunities 
in the Boston area. 

Activities of the Chapter are planned in an attempt 
to supplement the undergraduate curriculum and are 
centered around those areas that are felt to be of im- 
portance to the continued professional growth of, 
particularly. Special Education undergraduates. 




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153 







"Oh, what a lovely war.' 





154 




Dramatics Society 

Man has always desired personal advancement and 
has always been in awe of those who could perform 
and participate in the arts. From the moment when 
communication between two men became possible, 
the desire to relate ideas became predominant. Man 
refined his skills and promoted a culture that became 
increasingly more advanced. He wanted to excel and 
spiritedly entered into competition with other peo- 
ple. He invented ways of expressing his thoughts and 
feelings more accurately. With this end in mind, the 
drama came into existence as a mode of self-expres- 
sion and an appeal to the culture of a people. 

Today, one of the major considerations of the Dra- 
matics Society, the oldest organization on campus, is 
to add to the cultural aspect of the University. The 
students, through directing and acting in their own 
productions, attempt to revitalize the cultural aspect 
of the person, which can sometimes be lost in the 
bustle of everyday living. 




"Philadelphia, here I come." 



155 




Competing at Harvard. 




156 






Fulton Debate 



The intellectual victory and the human reality. 
Reputation that links Harvard, Georgetown, U.C.L.A. 
and National Championships. The internalization of 
the experience: the significance of effecting on other 
intellects, the feedback on presenting an. idea, a 
value. The unlimited support of friends in the prepa- 
ration, the isolation before the podium. The elo- 
quent clash that somehow belittles intellection over 
it, and yet, whose significance reflects at once the in- 
dividual turmoil and compensation in achievement. 



157 



Gold Key Society 

Maroon armbands and the coat and tie have nearly 
gone the way of required daily Masses; here yester- 
day, gone tomorrow. Yet consistently and purpose- 
fully the spirit of the Gold Key Society has been and 
will remain service to the University, sacrifice when 
necessary and enjoyment in the meanwhile. 
Throughout the past year, the men of the Key have 
given of their time, effort and energy not only to aid 
the University but also the Community at large. Many 
programs, including those dealing with teaching the 
handicapped and benefit fund raising embody the 
Gold Key's expansion in involvement. Recently, the 
Key has attempted to further inspire its members to 
become concerned individuals by honoring promi- 
nent national figures who exemplify the society's 
motto of Service and Sacrifice. This year the 
award was presented to Senator Edward Brooke of 
Massachusetts. 




"I want no part of this argument." 





158 







Gold Key Senate 



159 




Geology Club 



The Geology Club envelops undergraduate majors, 
graduate students, and all those interested in the 
geologic sciences. The club's activities cover a wide 
spectrum of events from guest lectures on the earth 
sciences, to day and weekend excursions throughout 
the greater Boston area as well as the remainder of 
New England and even New York State. For instance, 
the spring of 1972 saw the club's trips to Acadia Na- 
tional Park in Maine and to the fossil localities of up- 
state New York. The general ambition of the club is 
to generate interest in the field of geology and to af- 
ford those interested with an opportunity to meet 
and talk with faculty and professional geologists on 
an informal basis. 




160 






UGBC 

There have always been ambitious men who, for 
the sake of foolish whims, have attempted to destroy 
that which has already been accomplished. With the 
given wrongs of any community, will no one share 
the blame? The role of organized representative as- 
sembly in the University demands that an open, well- 
used forum be maintained. The principals of such a 
government alone must not be faulted with failure. 
Despite difficulties with quorums and associated in- 
terest-maintaining tasks, results have been forthcom- 
ing. The Undergraduates now have a new constitu- 
tion, a reorganized assembly, a video tape display in 
McElroy Commons, unbalanced and deceptive bud- 
get appropriations, economic appraisals cast in innu- 
endos and a half-open, divided campus life. 

Following on the heels of hard-fought, highly ide- 
alized, constructive campaigns, power plays and 
usurpations intervened even before the onset of the 
academic year and continued through it, offsetting 
positive improvements in campus existence. Despite 
predictions of a reversal of the "introspective behav- 
ior" of the students, nevertheless, a denial of priori- 
ties, and even of knowledge has prevailed. It has 
been manifest in terms of non-commitment, non-in- 
volvement, non-, no way!, never . . . 



161 




Jewish Student Alliance 

Over 130 Jewish undergrads live, play and study in 
the B.C. community. To unite these individuals and to 
bring them to a fuller sense of identity, the Jewish Stu- 
dent Alliance came into being. The Alliance publishes a 
newspaper, "Hakol Hazak" (The Strong Voice) and 
presents a film program to educate the non-Jewish ele- 
ments of our campus in the heritage and traditions of 
the Jewish people. Further, the J.S.A. has set in motion 
efforts to effect a Jewish Studies Program (possibly on 
an exchange basis with Hebrew Teacher's College) on 
this campus. Moreover, their affiliation with the Brook- 
line Jewish Center, the Jewish Student's Projects of Bos- 
ton, and the Parker-Safrai Art Gallery have enabled 
them to establish many teenager and group educational 
experiences. In this the year of its origin, the Jewish 
Student Alliance has truly made great strides in their 
task of informing the campus community that a Jewish 
culture and religion exist within the University's Catho- 
lic orientation. 




162 








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Judo Club 



The development of mental and physical alertness 
in a highly specialized form of unarmed self-defense 
is fostered in its members by the Boston College Judo 
Club. Established as a sport just a century ago, judo 
(unlike its predecessor, jujitsu) was designed as a 
"concept of life," as the translation of its name indi- 
cates. It purports to train individuals in a quickness 
of mind and body necessary in hand-to-hand compe- 
tition. Efficiency and progress are denoted by a col- 
ored belt which the competitor wears with a tradi- 
tional costume; those students of highest distinction 
qualify for the coveted black belt. At B.C., this small 
group of men and women employ this informal 
means to advance in competency and supplement 
their education in the Oriental spirit of personal in- 
tegrity and fair play. 



163 




Sports Review 




Journal of Business 



164 



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Media and Publications 

McLuhan's lauded message of media is itself re- 
duced to the triteness of generality in its short span 
of continual exposure. The expressed language of the 
Boston College community belies the falsity of the 
mega-media world. It does so by the uniqueness and 
diversity of its of its varied forms. 

Communication of selected streams of events 
moves by the energy of the newspaper-journals: 
Sports Review, SOM Review, journal of Business. 

The entrance to the conglomerate of the ham radio 
world resides in B.C.'s Wl PR. The Film Board seeks to 
present the spontaneous combination of entertain- 
ment and stimulation of the cinematic world. 

Wing-Wing! and Stylus manifest the experience of 
artistic self-expression and creation. They provide 
the opportunity for introspective communication 
from within the imaginative spirit of our campus. 




SOM Review 



165 




W1PR 




Film Board 



166 




Stylus 
Wing-Wing! 




167 



Mental Health 
Volunteers Club 

We know the role of the hospitalized individual, 
but what of the inmates of an institution? The harsh- 
er terms we often seek to avoid. Perhaps they 
frighten us because of what we may have been or 
what we might yet be: veils of shadows. 

The Boston College Mental Health Volunteers Club 
provides its members with unique types of activity. 
One group works at the Boston State Hospital with 
the mentally disturbed in a conversational and recre- 
ational capacity. The second group of the club aids in 
the instructional programs at the Walter J. Fernald 
School for Exceptional Children. Two hours a week 
yield a minimally adequate time to do the work that 
must be done — helping others learn to cope with 
and accept themselves and their world. 





168 






Middle Earth 



Middle Earth, Boston College's coffee house lo- 
cated in O'Connell Annex, is a meeting place for stu- 
dent expression and participation. It is indepen- 
dently owned and operated by the students, being 
solely dedicated to the display of student talent and 
ideas. Open seven nights a week. Middle Earth pre- 
sents a variety of programs including folk music, jazz, 
films, multi-media shows, and quiet nights for con- 
versation. In this context, the coffee house provides 
many needed opportunities for self-expression and 
expansion of the college experience. 



169 




Bellarmine Law Academy 



170 




Kappa Delta Epsilon 




Kappa Phi Kappa 




Professional 
Organizations 

The characterization of the activities of these orga- 
nizations requires a long list of adjectives. Both a 
close study and a cursory survey of the opportunities 
offered by the groups demands recognition of the 
professional attitude, high scholarship, and ethical 
behavior encouraged. Collectively, each embodies 
an ongoing effort to further encompass all realms of 
service both on campus and in the community. Indi- 
vidually, the organizations painstakingly provide the 
information necessary for each student to more than 
adequately outline his or her future and offer com- 
prehensive possibilities for involvement. Perhaps the 
finest quality of all these organizations is that they all 
have the student's successful future in mind. 



Psychology Department 
Council 



Undergraduate Executive 



171 




Chemical Society 



172 




Physics Club 




Mendel Club 




Math Club 



173 





Society for the Advancement of Management 



The Accounting Academy 



Delta Sigma Pi 



174 





Pi Sigma Epsilon 




Alpha Kappa Psi 



175 




School of Management Senate 



Student Senates 

Here at Boston College, independent student sen- 
ates fronn each school attempt by fair play and equal 
representation to foster an ideal educational experi- 
ence — intellectually, politically, socially, and cultur- 
ally — for the students. Each senate strives to attain 
the power which the undergraduate government de- 
serves, but unfortunately does not always maintain. 
The obligations of each senate require the rendition 
of reports on promotion, tenure, curriculum, course 
evaluations and university priorities. Each also seeks 
to involve, inform and honor their constituency, 
mainly through open and reciprocal lines of commu- 
nication. 




Evening College Senate 



176 





School of Nursing Senate 



Arts and Sciences Senate 




School of Education Senate 



177 




International Forum 




Le Cercle Francais 




Italian Academy 



178 




Courtside Club 



Special Interest 
Groups 




Photo Club 




Chess Club 



179 




SHANANA tells it like it is. 



180 






WVBC 



The Boston College radio station has been plagued 
by numerous difficulties throughout the years. Prob- 
lems with the change in office space and the at- 
tempted switch to an F.M. broadcasting frequency 
presented extremely trying and exciting opportuni- 
ties for the staff. The exuberance and experience of 
the station's members color the topical information 
and event coverage in a manner which well suits the 
University community. Moreover, the station has 
succeeded in, at least, providing distraction and, at 
best, most involving entertainment — a little some- 
thing for both the early and the late risers. 



181 



^TH&|\CCOUNTING ACADEMY: (I to r; 1st row) 

5 ^. . * - S. Kavanaugh; A. Glynn (advisor); (2nd row) T. 
Hayes; P. DiPietro; G. Pijewski. 
ALPHA KAPPA PSI: (I to r; 1st row) K. Flynn; R. 
Skerry; J. Walsh; P. Armstrong; (2nd row) P. 
•C^^Connor; ). Puopolo; D. Shea; A. Manfredi; A. 

D SGf^CES SENATE-^^fTo^^row) S. 
Hyef; ]. Joyce; (2nd row) K. H^»ckey; M 
D. Horn; R.. Waters; B. "Nickels" 
Mandel; (3rd row) A. Ward; M. Gallagher; 3- Na- 



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V ARTS AND SGf^ 

\Speca; K. Hyef; 

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L. Edgar; J. Lyons; J. Carej 



RMINE LAW ACADEMY: (I to r; 1st n 
riacomo; Father Mahoney; C. Snnith; (2nd 
) R. Bedde^s; B. Killian; K. Belice; K. Lima; M. 
cEntee; J. Sheehan. ^ 




P. Ryan; J. Murph^^. Sheehan; C. McGilti- 
cuddy; (4th row) C. McDonnell; J. Connerty; W. ^ 
Kelly; P. Loring; S. DePasquale; D. Wynne; Ab- j[ 
sent — R. Sullivan.^-TZCl- ^^I0T^ 

FILM BOARD: (I to r; 1st row) L. McCloskyM>^ 
Horrigan; S. Mulry; W. MacDonald; E. Wyatt; ). J 
Capitanio; (2nd row) M. Narkun; V. Dyer; Absent \ 
— A. Browne; A. Rychlewski; E. Scigliano; A. H 
Shields. -m^-A-* ji i ' 

JOURNAL OF BUSINESS: (I to r) N. Morse; 
Morin; Absent — G. Smith; W. Kelly; D. Belisle. > 

"tAPPA PHI KAPPA: (I to r) J. Smith; D. Meyer; j. 
Daelhousen; A. Makar; E. Foley; R. Faherty; D. 
Vierra; L. Caporiccio; J. Mayer; Absent — G. Mul- 




CHEMICAL SOCIETY: (U© r) R. Pruyn; E. Keating; 
C. Lin; C. Choquette (co-chairman); F. Robey; M. 
Argyelan (co-chairman); C. Wdl^J 




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DELTA SIGMTtf i: (I to r; kneeling) K. Lombard; 
M. Coyne; J. Dunn; (1st row) R. Grasse; J. Sulli- 
van; M. McLaughlin; J. Morin; W. McCarthy; P.~ 
Mingolelli; F. Crocetti; (2nd row) P. Logan; j.'' 
Spina; G. Yee; J. Capalbo; E. Herbert; G. Peregrin; 
W. Thompson; J. Abely; P. Haggerty; (3rd row) E. 



NIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: (I to r) G. McGovern; 
R. Rolfe; R. Monroe; N. Oliveri; Absent — M. 
urns; R. DePaulo; T. Robbins. 



MENDEL CLUB: (officers) J. Corrado — pres.; D. 
Stasko- — v.p.; P. Hesketh — sec; K. Thorley 
|reas. 

PI SIGMA EPSILON: (I to r; 1st row) M. Aledda — 
p.r. exec; A. Abbruzzese — v.p. marketing; B. 



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^l^^^^^t. v.p.| F*pCremins — pres.; K. Greel- 
ey — treas.; D. Belisle — sec; {2nd row) F. Rosa; 
W. Thyne; M. McEntee; J. Lang; D. Provost; F. 
Rich; S. Flatten; E. ...Mcyinja^y; T^Driscoll; R. 
CBotoo" Edflman; T ' 

DOL'CTF ELJUCATTaiT^NATE: fT to r; seat- 
1) C. Kuchinski; B. Chambers; K. Maitland; A. 
D'Errico; K. Khouri; A. Tserktis; T. Lally; (stand- 
ing) C. Canning; A. Makar; C. Gunther; Absent 
— K. Michael, -m^ I I r 

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SENATE: (I to r; 1st 
row) W. Kelly — Sec; J. Murphy — pres."; P,.,. 
Cremins — v. p.; J. Morin — treas.; (2nd row) S. 
Flatten; P. Maguire; F. McCue; M. Kelly; P. B. 
McDonough; J. Marenghi; P. Mastrangelo; F. 
Daly; C. Berry. 




SOM REVIEW: (I to r; 1st row) J. Morin — ed.. 
Prof. D. McCue (fac mod.); J. Marenghi; (2nd 
row) P. Cremins; J. Dunn; Absent.,^;^W.^Kelly.r:r^ 
assoc. ed.; j. Kennedy; P. Maherl 



SCHOOL OF NURSING SENATE: (I totTrsTToW 
M. O'Connell; A. Durkin — sec; M. Harnett 
pres.; P. Donoghue — v. p.; B. Grady (fac. adv.); 
(2nd row) J. Forlenza; L. Demicco; J. Andrews; D. 
Fournier; C. Callahan; Absent — M. Hofmann 





SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MAN'-^ 
AGEMENT: (kneeling) R. Kazarian; (I tO'-F;,l5t- 
row) Col. A. Thayer; N. Scobbo; j. Collins; (2nd 
row) R. Pettoruto; T. Dale; G. Toppin; (3rd row) 
J. Kennedy; L. Johnson; P. DiPietro; (4th row) D. 
Freitag; D. Provost; J. Rooney; L. McDonough, 

SPORTS REVIEW: (I to r) M. Lupica; W' Bedard; 
D. Muething; T. Bassett; M. McCready; S. 
R. Cardinali; S. Marley; T. BurigQ, 



STYLUS: (I to r) D. Wenzel; M. Herii 
R. Connors; R. Polito. 





TUTORIAL PROGRAM: (L to r; 1st row) J. St 
kaitis; C M. Comely; R. Ahrens; (2nd row) J. L' 
R. Carbonneau; F. Ziegler; T. Turek. 



WING-WING!: (I to r) G. Seaward; J. Page; N. 

Sawaya; E. Shea; R. Polito; P. O'Malley, F. Goo- 

dridge; ). Shea; B. Bellon; E. Scigliano; The Dark 

^y of the Sonnets; (center front) F. Burns; Ab- 

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School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




YOSHIFUMI ADACHI 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 




MARIO O. ALONSO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




WILLIAM J. ACKER 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




CHARLES E. AHERN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




PATRICIA M. ALPERS 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



SENIORS 




MICHAEL F. AIESI 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




STEPHEN G. ALVES 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




)OHN P. ALEXANDER 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




JAMES R. ANDERSON 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



185 




'I think it finally died. 




KENT A. ANDIORIO 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 





RICHARD G.ANTONELLIS 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



JOHN M. APRIL 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




RICHARD E. ARDINI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



186 




GORDON G. ASACK 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




MICHAELW. AUBE 
School of Education 
A.B. History 




PATRICIA A. AVERSA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




ELINOR A. AVERY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




ROBERT T. AXT 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




JACQUELINE]. BACHAND 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




DIANE M. BACHTA 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




THOMAS G. BAENZIGER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




ANTHONY J. BALCHUNAS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




BARBARA A. BALDWIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




ROBERT D. BANKS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




SHIRLEY J. BARBAROSSA 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



187 






CHARLES F. BARR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




CHRISTINE BARRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MARTIN L. BARRETT 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



DIANE J. BARRY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



KATHLEEN R. BARBER 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





ANNE-MARIE BARRON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOHN M. BARRY 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. English-Psychology 



JOSEPH F. BARNETT 
School of Management 
B.S. General Business 




ANNA P. BARRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




DAVID A. BARTON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



188 







THOMAS S. BARTOSEK 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 




PATRICIA M. BAUER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




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CHARLES R. BAUER 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




PHILIP P. BAYER 
School of Education 
A.B. English 





WILLIAM A. BEDARD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




KEVIN H. BEGLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics- 
Psychology 



189 




MICHAEL C. BELANGER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




THOMAS C. BERGFIELD 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




DENNIS ). BLAIR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 






EDUARDO F. BELLO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



THOMAS E. BELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Economics 




WILLIAM H. BIRKMAIER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




RAYMOND H. BLANK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




DONALD M. BISCHOFF 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




MELVIN BLEDSOE 
Evening College 
B.S. Management 



JOHN P. BENDER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




MARY BLACK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




MARILYN G. BLEILER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



190 




CHRISTOPHER O. BLISS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




CHARLES R. BLOOM 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy- 
Psychology 




JOSEPH P. BOLAND 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




ROBERT E. BOLLENCIER 

School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




191 




DOMENICKM. 
BONARRIGO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




CHARLES W. BOPP 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




SANTO BORDONARO 
School of Education 
A.B. French 




ANTHONY T. BORGIA 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




MATTHEW J, BOTICA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




JOSEPH E. BOULANGER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




PETER B. BOURQUE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




CHARLES M. BRAIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology- 
Political Science 




F. JAY BRAZEL 

School of Management 

B.S. Marketing 




JAMES A. BREAUCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




THOMAS F. BREGANI 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 




JAMES W. BREITENFELD 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



192 








NICKY L. BREITSTEIN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



CORDON E. BRENDLEY 
Evening College 
B.S. Management 



BARRY M. BRESNICK 
School of Managennent 
B.S. Marketing 



WILLIAM P. BROAS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



193 




RICHARD J. BRODALSKI 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




WILLIAM T. BRODEUR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




GREGORY P. BROSKIE 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 




ALAN G. BROWN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 







ANDREW BROWN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



FREDERIC H. BROWN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



THOMAS A. BROWN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



THOMAS G. BROWN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 







JOSEPH F. BRUNO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



LAURENCE E. BRYAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



FRANCIS C. BUCKLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



RAYMOND C. BUCKLEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



194 







TERRENCE E. BUDNY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 



ANTHONY J. BUMMARA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



DENNIS M. BURKE 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



DAVID J. BURNS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 





MICHAEL R. BURNS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



1 "You're going to get sick if you don't stop." 



195 




"It was a swell party until those floozy looking broads showed up." 






RICHARD M. BURNS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



GARY D. BUSECK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



WILLIAM R. BUTLER 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MARY P. CADOGAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



196 




WILLIAM C. CAGNEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Liberal Arts 







JOSEPH F. CAIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




WILLIAM J. CALLAHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




JOHN K. CAHILL 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. English-Psychology 




ALBERT J. CALIGURI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




JANET P. CAMERON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




PATRICIA F. CAHILL 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




EDWARD C. CALLAGHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




FRANCIS W. CAMPBELL 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




BARBARA A. CAIN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




CATHERINE W. 

CALLAHAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MICHAEL P. CANTOLI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



197 




ARNOLD R. 

CAPOBIANCO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




JOSEPH M. CAPONE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 





CHARLES M. CARELLA 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



JOSEPH E. CARLSON 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




ROBERT J. CARBONNEAU 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Psychology 




ROBERT E. CARLSON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




JEANNETTE L. CARDIA 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 




KEVIN M. CARNEY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 




JUNE M. CARR 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




PAUL E. CARRIER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Philosophy 



198 




MADELYN L. CARVELLI 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




BRIAN J. CASEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




KATHLEEN CASEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




LINDA M. CASALE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




GREGORY M. CASEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




SUSAN E. CASIOPPO 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




"Wait until you see me after the party!' 



199 







WILLIAM D. CAWLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Theology 



NANCY M. CATANESE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



lOSEPH A. CATANIA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



GUY A. CHABOT 

School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 







PHILIP O. CHAVANNES 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



EDWARD G. CHMIEL 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech and Drama 



JUDITH M. CHAMBERLAIN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



KIN L. CHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 





ROBERT F. CHOLKO 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



WALLACE A. 

CHRISTENSEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



200 




LINDA E. CIARLETTA 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 





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MARY C. CICCONE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JUDITH A. CIESLA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 





MICHAEL ). CIFRINO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 








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MARY L. CINCOTTA 
School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 



MARY T. CINCOTTA 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



201 




THOMAS P. COHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




WILLIAM B. COLE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




GERARD F. COLLINS 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




KATHLEEN R. COLLINS 
School of Nursing H 

B.S. Nursing ™ 




202 




JAMES ). CONDON 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




DENNIS J. CONLEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




)OHN K. CONDON 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ROBERT ). CONNELLY 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




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THOMAS M. CONDRON 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




EDWIN B.CONNOLLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



ROBERT T. CONEYS 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




RITA M. CONNOLLY 
Evening College 
A.B. History 





WILLIAM F. CONNOLLY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



FRANCIS ). CONNOR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



203 





MARY E. CONNOR 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



BENJAMINS. 

CONSOLAZIO 
School of Managennent 
B.S. Finance 




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GREGORY ). CONWAY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




WAYNE C. COONEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




C MICHAEL CORNELY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




)OHN ). CONWAY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



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MAUREEN K. CORBETT 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




FREDERICK ). CORONA 

School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



204 




BRIAN S. CORRIGAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




ANTHONY M. COTE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




NICHOLAS A. 

COVINO, S.J. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy-Sociology 




COLLEEN COSTELLO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




SUSAN E. COTTER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MICHAEL ). COYNE 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




DAVID J. COSTIGAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




DOROTHY H. COVINO 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




BRIAN M. CREEDON 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology-Psychology 



205 




PAUL F. CREEGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




CHARLENE M. CROSBY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




GREGORY). 

CUNNINGHAM 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




PAUL J. CREMINS 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




JOHN C. CULLEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




)AMES F. CURRAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology- 
Economics 




JOHN P. CRONIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




JOHN D. CULLEN 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




PHILIP L. CURTIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy- 
Psychology 




MARTHA E. CRONIN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




KEVIN G. CUMMINGS 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




JOHN F. CURTIS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B, Mathematics 



206 




ANTHONY V. CUOZZO 
School of Education 
A.B. English 





PAULA A. CUSICK 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



PATRICIA K. DAHME 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




EDWARD J. DALE 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 







207 





NORA E. DANNENFELSER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MAUREEN R. DART 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MARGARET F. DAVIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




THOMAS P. DARGON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




-RICHARD T. DARVEAU 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Sociology 




GEORGE E. DAVIS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



Member of the House of Savoy in exile. 



208 






ARTHUR J. DEBLOIS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




PAULA R. DELAIARRO 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




JOSEPH W. DELLEVILLE 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



DANIEL P. DEFLORIO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




GEORGE F. DELANEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




PAUL A. DELORY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



ANNE M. DE FREITAS 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




JOSEPH L. DELANEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




ANDREW J. DEMAMBRO 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



209 







KATHLEEN A. DEMARKLES 

School of Education 

A.B, Elementary Education 



LINDA ). DEMICCO 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



)OAN M. DE NAPOLI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B, Psychology 



PAULA A. DE PASQUALE 
School of Education 
A.B. French 



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210 




ROBERT M. DE PAULO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Econonnics 




THOMAS J, DESIMONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




MICHAEL P. DEVLIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




STEPHEN W. DERBY 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




WILLIAM A. DESTEFANO 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




CHARLES D. DIEHL 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




JOHN P. DERVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




ALLEN S. DE VASTO 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




PHILLIP J. Dl MARCHI 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




JACK E. DESENS 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




MARY E. DEVLIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




THOMAS J. Dl MARZO 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



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JOHN F. Dl NAPOLI 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 



PHILIP J. Dl PIETRO 
School of Management 
B.S. AccountinR 







PAUL G. DISCH 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



THOMAS A. Dl TULLIO 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



JOHN F. DOBBYN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 



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TERRENCE E. DOELER 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 







JOHN T. DOHERTY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 



ARLENE M. DOLAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ANNE K. DOHERTY 
School of Education 
A.B. French 



)OAN C. DOHERTY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



212 




CERALDINE DOLAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOAN M. DONAHUE 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 





EDWARD P. DONAHUE 
School of Education 
A.B. History 




MARGARET E. DONAHUE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





CHARLES V. DONOVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JILL M. DONOVAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



213 




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Mary Sennott as Cuenevere 



215 




WILLIAM F. DONOVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




ANDREW D. DOWDELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




ERNEST W. DUBESTER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




WILLIAM ). DONOVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




PAUL F. DREW 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ALFRED M. DUDA 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




ANN M. DORRINGTON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MICHAEL K. DRISCOLL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




MAUREEN E. DUFFY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




PAUL M. DOTY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




TERRENCE V. DRULA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




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lAMES W. DUNN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



216 




KATHRYN M. DUNN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




PETER R. DUNN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 







217 








ROSEMARY F. DUNN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



WILLIAM ). DUNN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



KATHLEEN A. DUNNE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



WILLIAM G. DUNPHY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



218 




THOMAS H. DURAUD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




JAMES J. D'URSO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




CAROLYN M. DWYER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




JOANNE E. DYER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 







VICTOR E. DYER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



THOMAS E. EBERMAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



RONALD J. ECKEL 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



LAWRENCE G. EDGAR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Economics 




FRANCES M. EGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




ROBERT H. EGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics-English 




ROBERT M. EGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




ROGER E. EGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



219 





JOHN F. EICHORN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



LEE A. EMERY 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 




JOHN M. ENCELHARDT 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




PATRICK J. EVANS 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Physics-Mathematics 




ARLENE C. ENNION 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



FRANCIS R. FAERBER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




MARY ELLEN 

ERLANDSON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 





MATTHEW ). FAERBER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




DAVID V. ESPOSITO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




JOHN E. FAGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Philosophy 



220 




RICHARD M. FAHERTY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




ROBERT E. FALCIONE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




ROBERT A. FALLER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




KATHLEEN N. FEENEY 
Evening College 
A.B. English 




THOMAS F. FAY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




JOHN K. FELTER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Economics 




"I've never seen a louse this big before." 



221 







CRAIG R. FENWICK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



DONALD F. FERGUSON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JOSEPH D. FERRIS 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



PETER M. FERRO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 







STEPHEN G. FERRO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



LINDA A. FERRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



ANDREA ). FERULLO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



THOMAS J. FINN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 






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JOAN A. FITZGERALD 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



KEVIN P. FITZPATRICK 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



JOSEPH P. FLANAGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



222 





THOMAS E. FLEISCHER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



CHRISTOPHER J. FLYNN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 





FEDERICK C. FLYNN 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




PAUL E. FLYNN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




MARYBETH FLYNN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




JAMES H. FOCARTY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



223 





MARIE E. FOLEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 





MARY E. FOLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




B.C.'s NCAA Sumo Wrestling Champ. 



JAMES A. FOREST 
School of Management 
B.S. General Business 



EDWARD R. FORISTALL 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




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WILLIAM ). FORNACI 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




RICHARD C. FORSYTH 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



224 





CHARLES F. FOUNTAIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



DIANE C. FOURNIER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 






NORMAN FREEDMAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



PHILIP M. FRACASSO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



GEORGE M. FREDERICKS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 






SHEILA M. GAGEN 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



LINDA A. FUCCILLO 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



KATHLEEN P. FUREY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




GEORGE N. FRONGILLO 
School of Management 
B.S. General Business 




PETER D. GAGLIARDI 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 



225 







LINDA M. GALLASCH 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



KATHLEEN A. GARITY 
School of Education 
A.B, English 



RICHARD A. GARVEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science- 
Philosophy 



DENNIS S. GARZONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 







CHRISTINE J. GEORGILAS 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



WILLIAM J. GIACOMO 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



DANIEL M. GENTILE 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



EDWARD R. GENTILE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 







JAMES M, GIARRUSSO 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



STEPHEN E. GIBBONS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



ROBERT A. GIAMATTEI 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



DIANE M. GIARDINA 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



226 







THOMAS R. GIBBONS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



EDWARD F. CIBLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



CHARLES R. CIGANTE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



MARY ANNE T. CILDEA 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




"And then I told the Ambassador 



227 





MARYANN L. GILLIGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



SHEILA GILLIGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech and Drama 




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WILLIAM p. GILLIGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



WILLIAM C. GILMORE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




"Okay, who's the clown that left his creamsicle on my 
chair?" 



228 




PAUL F. GINNETTY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




A. LAWRENCE GLYNN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ARNOLD E. GOLDIE 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




RAYMOND W. GLASER 
School of Management 
B.S. General Business 




MARY M. GLYNN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




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RICARDO J. GONZALEZ 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




KATHLEEN A. GODFREY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JAMES P. GOODRIDGE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




PHILIP N. GOLDBERG 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




BRENTON S. GORDON 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



229 




lOHN J. GORHAM 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




ROBERT L. COSSETT 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




SUSAN H. CRAVES 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




SUSAN M. GORMAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




RICHARD C. GRAM 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 




KEVIN ). GREELEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




FRANCIS X. GORMLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




THOMAS H. GRANT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Economics 




JOHN W, CREELY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




VERONICA M. GORSKI 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




ROBERT ). GRASSO 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




MICHAEL L. GREEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



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"Sorry, I gave at the office. 




RICHARD E. GRIFFIN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 





STEPHEN M. CRIMES 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



M. ANNE CRODEN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




RITA M. CUARDABASSIO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



231 







ANDREW A. GUCCIONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



MARY E. GUERRERA 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



CHRISTINE E. GUNTHER 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



MICHAEL J. HACKETT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 







RICHARD J. HADLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



WILLIAM B. HAGGERTY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



MICHAEL J. HAHN 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance-Marketing 



HOWARD P. HALL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 







MARIANNE F. HALL 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



JAMES ]. HAMMOND 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



lOHN F. HAMMOND 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



PATRICK R. HANEHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



232 




MICHAEL E. HANSBERRY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




GAIL H. HARDING 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MARY PAT HARNETT 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOHN ). HARRINGTON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Economics 




"Ten dollars on Neptune's Anthony in the Fourth. 



233 




JAMES E. HARTLEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




MARYELLEN HARVEY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




MARY V. HASSETT 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




RICHARD J. HAUER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




"Tooter the Turtle meets Captain Crunch. 



234 




MICHAEL C. HAYES 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




TIMOTHY F. HAYES 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




BARBARA ). HAYHURST 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




W. SCOTT HAYWARD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




HOLLY J. HAWKSLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. French 




ALAN S. HEALY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




MARTIN R. HEALY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




STEPHEN T. HEGEDUS 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




JOHN T. HENDERSON 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




BRUCE R. HENRY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




JOSEPH E. HERBERT 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




THOMAS J. HERLEHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



235 







MAIREAD L. HICKEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



WILLIAM M. HICCINS 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



CYNTHIA C. HERNANDEZ 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



LUIS R. HERNANDEZ 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 







MICHAEL F. HOLLAND 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



)ANE E. HOOBAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



CATHERINE A. HINKLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



KATHY A. HOFMANN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





)OHN A. HORICAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



DAVID H. HOROWITZ 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



236 




PAUL L. HORRICAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




BRIAN F. HOUSTON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




C. THOMAS HUBBARD 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




CLINTON H. HUFF 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




RONALD A. HUEBSCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science- 
Economics 




EDWARD ). HUGHES 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




'This is the last time I do it myself." 



237 





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VALERIE J. HUNT 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



DIANE M. HURLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 







PATRICK P. HURLEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



ANN T. HYDE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ADOLPH C. 

lANNACCONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



D. SCOTT INGERSOLL 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geophysics 







DAVID D. ISACCO 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



JOHN P. JACKSON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



EDWARD R. JANTZEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



DANIEL JASINSKI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



238 





MARY E. )AYKO 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




LAWRENCE R. JOHNSON 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




ALBERT M. JONES 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




ANNE M. JOYCE 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Sciences 



239 




MARIA R. JUNCO 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




JOAN E. lURCZAK 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary 
Education 




JOHN A. KAHWATY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




STEPHEN J. KANE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



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240 




STEPHEN ). KAVANAUGH 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ROBERT A. KAZARIAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




PAUL M. KEANE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




WILLIAM I. KEANE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




MICHAEL K. KEARNEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




EDWARD ). KEATING 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




NANCY C. KELLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




NANCY J. KELLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary 
Education 




ANNE E. KELLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




THOMAS E, KELLY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




WALTER J. KELLY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




JAMES F. KENEALY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



241 







KATHLEEN M. 
KENNEALLY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JOHN F. KENNEDY 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



VIRGINIA A. KENNY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



JOHN ). KEOHANE 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 







JOHN ). KERR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History-Economics 



JOHN T. KERRIGAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



MARY ANN E. KHOURI 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



THOMAS C. KIELY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 







LORRAINE A. KILEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



KATHLEEN M. KING 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



RUSSELL K. KING 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



DEBORAH M. KINIRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



242 





STEPHEN W. KIRCHNER 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




WILLIAM ). KITA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




THOMAS H. KLAR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




lOHN C. KLINE 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




DAVID M. KLUBERT 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



'Hey little girl, wanna piece of candy?' 







SUSAN ). KNAPIK 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



BARBARA A. KNOBLOCH 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



CHARLES A. KNOWLES 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



EILEEN M. KOBER 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



244 




EDWARD T. KOFRON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




ALAN J. KRECZKO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




PHILIAS F. LACASSE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




STEPHEN E. KORTA 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



LAWRENCE J. KUCY . 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Economics 





EUGENE J. KOVACS 
School of Education 
A.B. FHistory 




CATHERINE L. LACOSTE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




CHARLES J. KURUC 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




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JOHN S. KOUSHOURIS 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




DAVID W. LABERGE 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



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246 



Student Nurses 




247 




MAUREEN T. LALLY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 







PAUL ). LANZIKOS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




CORDON J. LASANE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science- 
Psychology 




HENRY ). LANGELIER 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




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SALLY F. LANZIKOS 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JOANNE M. LA SPINA 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




STEPHEN P. LANCER 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




RICHARD A. LARIOS 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




ARTHUR C. LAUER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




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MARY C LANCONE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JOHN J. LARIVEE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




MARTIN F. LAUGHLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



248 




"I've got this great new album and 




CERALDINEM, 

LAUINGER 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MARY L. LAWLESS 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MICHAEL ). LEAHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




MICHELLE M. LEARY 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



249 





PAUL A. LE BEAU 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




GERALD ). LE BLANC 
Evening College 
B.S. Management 




PAUL A. LE BLANC 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




TIMOTHY E. LECHMAIER 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




SUSAN B. LECLERC 
School of Education 
A.B. Classics 




JOHN A. LEE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



250 




LAURA M. LEE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




WILLIAM H. LEEUW 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




STEPHEN C. LEPLEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




RAYMOND E. LESSARD 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 




JAMES D. LEWIS 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 




JOSEPH C. LEWIS 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




STEPHEN F. LIBERA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




DAVID C. LIGHT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



251 







WILLIAM A. LISKA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



lEANNE LIVINGSTONE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



HENRY F. LIND 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



ROBERT E. LIPTAK 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 







MICHAEL A. LOJEK 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



CAROL J. LOMBARDI 

School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



)ANE A. LOCHRIE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROBERTA M. LODI 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 







WALTER A. LOONEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



MARIANNE LOPEZ 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JAMES B. LONERCAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JOHN M. LOONEY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



252 




STEPHEN F, LOUGHLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




LELETTE J. LUCOZZI 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




LAWRENCE M. LUDWIG 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




WILLIAM M. LUTZ 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




'What do you mean your dog is missing?' 



253 





JOSEPH R. LYNCH 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



ROBERT W. LYNCH 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 







ROBERT W. LYNCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



THOMAS F. LYNCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 



JOHN M. LYONS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. history 



GEORGE A. LYSIAK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 





J. PETER MAC DONALD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



SCOTT P. MAC DONALD 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 





WILLIAM M. 

MAC DONALD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



VINCENT R. MACHAJ 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



254 




WILLIAM R. MAC KENZIE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




RAYMOND J. MAC KOUL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




CECILY A. MACKIN 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




KEVIN ). MADDEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 





ROBERT J. MAGANUCO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




KEVIN A. MAGUIRE 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



255 




Good Grief! 




ELIZABETH A. MAHER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




PETER F. MAHER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




PETER S. MAHER 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



256 




CATHERINE MAHONEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




HENRY J. MALASKY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 




SANDRA A. MANGANO 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




RICHARD J. MAHONEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




LOUISE A. MALENTACCHI 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




ANNE C. MANNING 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




ROBERT T. MAHONEY 

Evening College 

B.S. General Business 







THELMA A. MALONEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOHN T. MANNING 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




ARTHUR D. MAKAR 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech and Drama 




ROBERT L. MANDELL 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




MARTIN J. MANNING 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



257 




MARY E. MANNING 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




ANN M. MANNIX 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




CHRISTOPHER C. 

MANSEIELD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




ALBERT R. MARANO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




LOUIS Q. MARETT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




STEPHEN J. MARLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




KATHLEEN A. MARR 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JAMES P. MARTENS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




EILEEN M. MARTIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




KATHLEEN ). MARTIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 




PAUL F. MARTIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




THOMAS R. MARTIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Theater 



258 





NICHOLAS L. MARTONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



lAMES M. MARTORANO 
School of Management 
B.S. General Business 




Enough for 2 T-shirts, 18 handkerchiefs and a new loin-cloth. 



259 








PHILIP I. MARZETTI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




ROCCO ). MATARESE 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




GLENN M. MATTO 
School of Education 
A.B. Chemistry 



JOHN H. MAYER 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech and Drama 



JOHN P. MC ALINDEN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



JOHN B. MC CABE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



260 




KEVIN M. MC CABE 
School of Management 
B.S. General Business 




CARLTON R. MC CARTHY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




CHRISTOPHER J. 

MC CARTHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 




KATHLEEN A. 

MC CARTHY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




)ANE M. MC CARTY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MAUREEN P. 

MC CAUSLAND 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MICHAEL D. 

MC CAUSLAND 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




GEORGE M. MC COLGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



261 




MARYANN MC CONNELL 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




F. DENNIS MC COOL 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




HUGH F. MC CUSKER 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




KATHLEEN M. 

MC DONNELL 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




The plight of the migrant worker. 



262 







GERALD A. 

MC DONOUCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



TERRENCE J. MC GEE 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



FRANCINE M. 

MC GETTRICK 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 



MARYBETH E. 

MC GOVERN 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech and Drama 







PATRICK J. MC GOVERN 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology-Philosophy 



PATRICIA MC COWAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



MARYBETH MC GRAIL 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



KEVIN C. MC GRATH 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 







CAROL ). MC GUIRE 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 



MARTIN E. MC INNIS 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



EUGENE F. 

MC LAUGHLIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



)AMES E. MC LAUGHLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



263 





JOHN W. MC LAUCHLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



LYNN ANN 

MC LAUCHLIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 






MICHAEL P. 

MC LAUCHLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



SHARON E. 

MC LAUCHLIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 





KAREN A. MC LEAVEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



DENNISJ.MC LOUGHLIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



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264 




JAMES C. MC MACKIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




MATTHEW J. 

MC NAMARA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




WILLIAM P. MC NAMARA 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




MARY T. MC MAHON 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




MICHELE E.MC NAMARA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




JOHN F. MC SWEENEY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JOSEPH P. MC MANUS 
Evening College 
B.S. Management 







RICHARD B. 

MC NAMARA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




ROBERT ). MC MANUS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




THERESA A. MC NAMARA 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



265 




EUGENE T. MEEHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




MICHAEL M. MEEHAN 
School of Managenrient 
B.S. Marketing 





ANN G. MELIA 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




EUGENE F. MENSCHING 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathennatics 



266 




MARILYN ). MESSECAR 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 




STEPHEN R. MICHERONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




BRIAN B. MONAHAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




ANN L. METHOT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




TIMOTHY J. MILLER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




RICHARD C. MONAHAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




DANIEL A. METZLER 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




PATRICK N. MINCOLELLI 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ROBERT C. MICELI 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




MAUREEN M. MOLLOY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



267 





ROBERT P. MONAHAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



NANCY L. MONKS 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 







MICHAEL j. MONROE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



ROBERT ). MONROE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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ROBERT H. MOORE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



THOMAS ). MOORE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 





PAUL M. MORAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



VIRGINIA M. MORGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





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ANN ). MORIARTY 
Evening College 
A.B. Sociology 



KAREN A. MORIARTY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



268 




NEIL J. MORIARTY 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 





ROBERT J. MORIARTY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 





JOHN A. MORIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



HENRY D. MORNEAULT 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




KATHERINET. MORONEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




DONALD P. MOROZ 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



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MARY M. MORRA 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JAMES F. MORRIS 
School of Education 
A.B. Russian 





WILLIAM I. MORRISON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



MAUREEN M. MORRISSEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



270 




EDWARD MORSE 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




THEODORES. MOTYL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




MICHAEL C. MUCCI 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




CYNTHIA J. MULLEN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MARY C. MULLEN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MARK A. MULVANcY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics- 
Psychology 




GERARD B. MULVEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




KENNETH J. MULVEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




JUSTINE P. MULVIHILL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




CHARLES F. MUNDHENK 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




SUSAN M. MUNHALL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




JAMES M. MURPHY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



271 





)OHN F. MURPHY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



JOSEPH G. MURPHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




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JOSEPH C. MURPHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




JOSEPH P. MURPHY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




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JULIA A. MURPHY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



PAUL J. MURPHY 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 





PAUL T. MURPHY 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



ROBERT E. MURPHY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



272 




SANDRA L. MURPHY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




STEPHEN P. MURPHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




THOMAS E. MURPHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 





THOMAS F. MURPHY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




ANNE C. MURRAY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



MARJORIE H. MURRAY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




273 




PHILIP E. MURRAY, 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




MARITA K. MURRMAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



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MARGARET A. NACLE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Economics 




CARL F. NARDONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




274 




JOHN J. NATALIZIA 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




DANIEL L. NATCHEK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




KEVIN C. NEALON 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




WILLIAM M. NEALON 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 




JOHN H. NEAS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 





NANCY NIEDZWIECKI 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




LAWRENCE j. NILAND 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




LUCILLE E. NILES 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 







DEBORAH C. NOONAN 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 



THOMAS K. NOONAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JOHN T. NOONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



MARY M. NOTTER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



275 




lAMES NOVAK 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. English-Psychology 




RICHARD ). NOYES 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Economics 




ALISON M. O'BRIEN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




HOWARD F. O'BRIEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




JOHN D. O'BRIEN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




JOSEPH P. O'BRIEN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




KATHLEEN ). O'BRIEN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




WILLIAM D. O'BRIEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




JULIE E. O'CONNELL 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




GREGORY P. O'CONNOR 

School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




MARY M. O'CONNOR 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




MICHAEL P. O'CONNOR 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



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JULIA A. O'DONNELL 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



MICHAEL F. O'DWYER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



JEAN M. O'HARA 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



ARTHUR J. O'LEARY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




277 




Novice English teacher Mary Foley. 




Math professor Chris Slockbower. 




)ay April mesmerizes an English class. 



278 



Student Teachers 




Darcy Yoke plays Betty Crocker for the Memorial School Kindergarten. 




Chemistry teacher James Cooney ponders 
a student's query. 



279 




ROBERT ). OLIVER 
Evening College 
B.S. Business 
Administration 




JANET M. O'MALLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




ROBERT J. O'NEILL 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ANTHONY D. OLIVER! 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




SUSAN M. O'MALLEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




WILLIAM A. O'NEILL 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




CAROL D. OLSEN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




JOHN M. O'NEIL 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 






WILLIAM R. O'NEILL 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. English-Psychology 




EUGENE F. O'MALLEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




KATHLEEN M. O'NEILL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




THOMAS B. O'ROUKE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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lANE M. O'SHEA 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JOHN M. OSTERCREN 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 



JAMES M. O'TOOLE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B, History 



AYN T. OUELLETTE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



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PATRICIA M. PABIAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Secondary Education 



EARL M. PACE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




RICHARD A. PACE 

School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ROBERT E. PAICE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




DAVID F. PALLAI 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




SR. VIRCINIA PALMIERI 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




PETER T. PALUCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 






LINDA M. 

PASQUARIELLO 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



EDWARD S. PAULTER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics-History 



RICHARD P. PAVIA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



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DAVID PEARLMAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




GERALD H. PELLAND 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 




lOHN M. PELOSE 
Evening College 
A.B. History 




JOSEPH L. PENNACCHIO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry-Biology 




GUY C. PEREGRIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 





ROBERT L. PETTORUTO 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



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Run, Jane, run! 



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PAULA M, PEZZELLA 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




ROBERT T. PHILLIPS 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology-Psychology 




ALAN R. PICCOLE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




BARBARA A, PIEMONTE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Art History 



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DONALD F. PIETTE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




LOUIS W. PISCOPO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology-English 




SUZANNE E. POIRIER 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




GEORGE J. PIJEWSKI 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




MARIANNE PIZZI 
School of Education . 
A.B. Elementary Education 




% i 

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School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




CECILIA M. PINK 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 





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MICHELLE ). PLASSE 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




ANN E. POTTER 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




ANNETTE M. PISANO 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




ALLEN E. PLATT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




JOHN R. POTTER 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 



285 




RONALD E. POULIOT 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




ROSEMARY E. PREVITE 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 




BARBARA A. HuCjbLfcY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




SUSAN M. POWER 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




' JOSEPH R. PRIANTE 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




THOMAS A. PUORRO 
School of Management 
B.S. Management and 
Computer Sciences 




KATHLEEN M. PRATT 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




EDWARD K. PRISCO 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




DAVID L. QUANN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




LEWIS B. PRENNEY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




DAVID C PROVOST 

School of Management 
B.S. Management 




LINDA A. QUINLAN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



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JAMES M. QUINN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 




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KATHLEEN A. QUINN 
School of Education 
A.B. French 



KEVIN F. QUINN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



287 







KEVIN M. RAFFERTY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



DONNA M, RAMIREZ 
Evening College 
A.B. Psychology 



ROBERT A. RAPOZA 
School of Managennent 
B.S. Economics 



MARK A. REARDON 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




288 




KEVIN J. REDDINGTON 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




MARY ANN REILLY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special. Education 



DENNIS P. RIORDAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 





FRANCES L. RECA 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




ROBERT A. REISER 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




JOHN J. ROACH 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




PATRICIA M. REIDY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




WILLIAM T. 

RICHARDSON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




STEPHEN F. ROACH 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ELIZABETH ). REILLY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




GERALD F. RILEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




THOMAS W. ROBBINS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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MARGARET M. ROBERCE NANCY E. ROBERTS 

School of Nursing School of Education 

B.S. Nursing A. B. Elementary Education 




PATRICIA ROBINSON 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




GERARD P. ROCHE 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




JEFFREY C. ROCHE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 




MARY E. ROCHE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




HENRY A. RODRIGUEZ 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




HAROLD ). ROGERS 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




BARBARA D. ROHAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




ROBERT A. ROLFE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




CHARLES A. ROMANO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




MICHAEL J. RONDEAU 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



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lOSEPH F. ROONEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




FRANCIS J. ROSA 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




KENNETH W. ROSE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




CARL D. ROSTEK 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



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ROBERT E. ROTCHFORD 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



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BERNARD J. ROTHWELL 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 





JUDITH M. ROUSE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 





KATHLEEN D. ROWLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




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VICTOR A. RUDIS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



ROBERT C RUFO 

School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



292 




KATHLEEN M. RYAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




ROBERT E. RZEWNICKI 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




JOHN A. SACCO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




JOANNE E. ST. GERMAIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




GERARD J. ST. LAURENT 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




JOHN M. SANDBERG 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




JOHN W. SAPUTO 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




DANIEL j. SARMIR 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





MICHAEL A. SAYA 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



WILLIAM A. SCERRA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



293 





MICHAEL J. SCHIPPANI 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




STEPHEN A. SCHLICTING 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 






PETER A. SCHMID 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



CHARLES E. SCHMIDT 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Romance Languages 



CLARE A. SCHOENFELD 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



294 




MARK ). SCHWAB 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




NICHOLAS J. SCOBBO 
Sciiooi of Management 
B.S. Management 




ROBERT A. SCOTT 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




MARY F. SENNOTT 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




LINDA J. SERVIN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




SARA E. SHAHEEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




KATHLEEN A. SHANAHAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




KEVIN ). SHANNON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Economics 




STEPHEN C. SHARKEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




BRENDON F. SHEA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




)OHN T. SHEA 

School of Management 

B.S. Accounting 




JOHN F. SHEEHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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ROBERT F. SHEEHAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



THOMAS E. SHEEHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




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School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOHN V. SIDOLI 
Arts and Sciences 

A.B, History 






ROBERT K. SHERIDAN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




BARBARA V. SIENIUC 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



RONALD F. SHIELDS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



)OHN ). SHONTELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 





RANDALL L. SIMS 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



GEORGE E. SINCAVAGE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



296 




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KEVIN ). SKEHAN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




CAROLYN J. SKIBA 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




CHRISTINE F. 

SLOCKBOWER 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




MICHAEL ). SMEGLIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 



297 







BARBARA A. SMITH 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



CHARLES W. SMITH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Philosophy 



DAVID W. SMITH 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



GARY S. SMITH 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




298 







NANCY M. SMITH 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 



THOMAS F. SMITH 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



THOMAS G. SOKOL 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



WILLIAM A. SOLDANI 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 







MICHAEL A. SPATOLA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JOSEPH A. SPINA 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



RALPH P. SPINELLI 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



NICHOLAS SPIRITO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 






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Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Philosophy 



ROBERT ). STAAB 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 



ROBERT A. STALEY 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



JOSEPH A. STANKAITIS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



299 




CHRISTINE C. STANTON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science- 
English 




JAMES D. STEWART 
School of Managennent 
B.S. Management 




ROBERT M. STEWART 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




PATRICK STOUTE 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 







MARYELLEN STRACCIA 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



HARRY C. STRUCK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



CHRISTOPHER). 

SULLIVAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



EDMUND J. SULLIVAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 




JAMES C. SULLIVAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




JANICE M. SULLIVAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




LAWRENCE P. SULLIVAN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



300 





SHEILA M. SULLIVAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




THOMAS C. SULLIVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




WILLIAM J. SULLIVAN 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




PHILIP S. SUMAR 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



301 




KEITH R. SWANK 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




MICHAEL J. SWORDS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




CARL R. SYVERSON 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 




COLEMAN F. SZELY 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 







302 




WILLIAM B. TANNER 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




EDWARD R. TELLA 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




DEBORAH A. 

THOMPSON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




PRISCILLA E. TEACUE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 






THOMAS M. TEDESCO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



HENRY J. THEBERCE 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Physics-Psychology 





CHARLES E. THIEME 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



GEORGE T. THOMPSON 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




GREGORY E. THORNE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



DOROTHY E. TEHAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




ADRIENNE L. THOMAS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 




CHARLES A. THURNHER 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



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JOSEPH W. TIERNEY 
School of Management 
B.S. Economics 





PAULA ). TIERNEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




GERARD A. TOPPIN 
School of Management 
B.S. Management 



RICHARD F. TRACY 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 




ROBERT ). TIGHE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




LUCIA E. TRAIETTI 
School of Education 
A.B. French 




THEODORE P. 

TOMASZEWSKI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology-Sociology 




lUDITH A. TROMBINO 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





LAWRENCE A. TUPPER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



)OHN A. TURCOTTE 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



304 




THOMAS ). TUREK 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




THOMAS J. TURVEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 





)AMES F. VALLELY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



LINDA M. VANECK 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 





JEAN B. VAN NESTE 
Evening College 
A.B. Sociology 




STEVEN N. VARRIALE 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



305 




MICHELE S. VEGELANTE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




PAUL L. VERBESEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History-English 




SUSAN 

VERHEYLEWECHEN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




NICHOLAS R. VETRANO 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




MARK A. VIDA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




DAVID J. VIEIRA 
School of Education 
A.B. History 




CARLOS R. VILA 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 




ANNE M. VOSSMER 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 




ARTHUR J. VUOZZO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JAMES P. WAITE 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 




JOHN P. WALKER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English-Philosophy 



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LORETTA M. WALL 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




WILLIAM P. WALL 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 




CLAIRE L. WALSH 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




JOSEPH H. WALSH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



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MARTIN H. WANTMAN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



DANIEL L. WARD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 







HENRY D. WARD 
School of Management 
B.S. Marketing 



JOSEPH J. WATERS 
School of Management 
B.S. Accounting 



DAVID C. WETTER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics- 
Economics 



BARBARA J. WHITE 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 





ROBERT L. WHITE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



ROBERT T. WHITE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 





SHEILA M. WHITE 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



WARREN E. WIBERC 
School of Management 
B.S. Finance 



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BRO. DAVID E. 

WICCIN, CF.X. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 




JOHN B. WILES 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology-English 






VICTORIA J. WILK 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROBERT S. WILLIAMS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



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KATHLEEN R. WINN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




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School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




CHARLES ). WOLF 
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School of Education 
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Arts and Sciences 
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Evening College 
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School of Management 
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Arts and Sciences 
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Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




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Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




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School of Management 
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Arts and Sciences 
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English 




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ADAGHI, YOSHIFUMI 
1754 Milburn Dr. 
Pleasant Hill, GA 
ADAMO, FRANK J. 
94 North Street 
Stoneham, MA 
AHEARN, JOSEPH B. 
38 Honnestead Rd. 
Lynnfield, MA 
AHERN, GHARLES E. 
16 Tennyson St. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
AHRENS RIGHARD A. 
51 N. Elm Ave. 
Webster Groves, MO 
AIESI, MIGHAEL 
79 Pearl St. 
Everett, MA 




AKROYD, JOHN A. 
1251 Holmes Rd. 
Pittsfield, MA 

ALEDDA, MARK P. 
5 Gedar Drive 
Ganton, MA 

ALEXANDER, JOHN P. 
71 Westglow Street 
Dorchester, MA 

ALIANIELLO, PAUL V. 
15 Slocum St. 
E. Providence, Rl 

ALLARD, EDWIN J. 
28 McGrath St. 
Laconia, NH 
ALONSO, MARIO 

1 Prospect Park SW 
Brooklyn, NY 

ALPERS, PATRIGIA M. 
52 Princeton Street 
Medford, MA 

ALVES, STEPHEN C. 
177 Broad Street 
Weymouth, MA 
ALVINO, MIGHAEL P. 
3640 Johnson Ave. 
New York, NY 
AMISSON, THOMAS J. 
3709 Elmhurst Ave. 
Bristol, PA 
ANASTASIA, 

KATHRYN J. 
52 Gowing Street 
W. Roxbury, MA 
ANDERSON, JAMES R. 

2 Timothy Rd. 
Norwalk, GT 



ANDIORIO, KENT 
215 Golton St. 
Pittsburgh, PA 
ANGEL, RALPH 
46 Bryon Rd. #5 
Ghestnut Hill, MA 
ANGELL, PAUL L. 
15 Avenue B. 
Lincoln, Rl 
ANNUNZIATO, 

ANTHONY T. 
102 Manhattan Ave. 
Jersey Gity, NJ 
ANTONELLIS, 

RIGHARD G. 
33 Boyd St. 
Watertow/n, MA 
APRIL, JOHN M. 
22 West Genter St. 
Manchester, GT 
ARABIA, ROBERT E. 
19 Portsmouth St. 
Cambridge, MA 
ARGARESE, WILLIAM L. 
75 Astronaut Rd. 
Rochester, NY 
ARDAGNA, GERALD J. 
15 Dodge Road 
Hyde Park, MA 
ARDINI, RIGHARD E. 
56 Hancock Ave. 
Medford, MA 
ARCULEWIGZ, 

ANTHONY P. 
39 Pine St. 
Kingston, NY 
ARGYELAN, MIGHAEL G. 
74 Warner Ave. 
Jersey Gity, NJ 



ARMSTRONG, PHILIPJ 
2306 Kimberley Dr. 
Augusta, CA 
ARRIGO, JOHN 
23 Fleet Road 
Belmont, MA 
ASAGK, GORDON C. 
400 Plain St. 
Brockton, MA 

ASHE, FRANK P. 
173 Storrs Ave. 
Braintree, MA 

AUBE, MIGHAEL W. 
14 Dyer Street 
Saco, ME 

AUDET, ROBERT J. 
132 East Mountain Rd. 
Waterbury, GT 

AUTH, DAVID N. 
260 Hopkins Place 
Longmeadow, MA 
AVERSA, PATRIGIA A. 
44 Oriole St. 
West Roxbury, MA 

AVERY, ELINOR A. 
11 Ringer Street 
Leominster, MA 
AXT, ROBERT T. 
49 Lennox Ave. 
Rumson, NJ 
BAGHAND, 

JACQUELINE J. 
108 Maryland St. 
New Bedford, MA 
BACHTA, DIANE M. 
48 Randal Avenue 
W. Hartford, GT 



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BAENZICER, 

THOMAS C. 
5106 B. Diamond Hgts. 
San Francisco, CA 
BAILEY, NORMAN 
34 Touro Ave. 
Medford, MA 
BAILEY, WILLIAM R. 
117 Seventh St. 
Watkins Glen, NY 
BAKER, CHRISTOPHER 
12 Hammondswood Rd. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
BAKER, ROBERT P. 
376 Edison Rd. 
Trumbull, CT 
BALCHUNAS, 

ANTHONY J. 
67 Prospect St. 
Brockton, MA 
BALDWIN, BARBARA A. 
69 Buckman Drive 
Lexington, MA 
BALL, JEAN M. 
15 Gorham Ave. 
Brookline, MA 
BANKS, ROBERT D. 
96 Washington St. 
Milton, MA 

BARBAROSSA, SHIRLEY 
5 Hartwood 'Rd. 
Delmar, NY 
BARBER, KATHLEEN R. 
93 Parker St. 
Needham, MA 
BARNETT, JOSEPH F. 
480 Bevans Dr. 
San Jose, CA 
BARON, STEPHEN M. 
279 Kingsley Rd. 
Hull, MA 

BARR, CHARLES F. 
359 Townsend HBR Rd. 
Lunenburg, MA 
BARRETT, JOHN E. 
28 Bradford Ave. 
Watertown, MA 
BARRETT, MARTIN L. 
82 Glencliff Rd. 
Roslindale, MA 
BARRON, ANNE M. 
67 Sims Rd. 
Quincy, MA 
BARRON, EDWARD J. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
BARRY, ANNA P. 
12 Cumberland Rd. 
Reading, MA 
BARRY, CHRISTINE 
54 Pond Street 
Westwood, MA 



BARRY, DIANE J. 
52 Boylston St., North 
Meriden, CT 
BARRY, EDWARD J. 
7 Alden St. 
Milford, MA 
BARRY, JOHN M. 
62A Heritage Hill Rd. 
New Canaan, CT 
BARRY, KEVIN F. 

25 Champney Street 
Brighton, MA 
BARRY, MICHAEL A. 
18 Bradshaw Street 
Medford, MA 
BARSANTI, STEPHEN W. 
11 Brookhead Ave. 
Beverly, MA 

BARTEK, ELMER J. 
42 Hempstead Ave. 
Pittsburgh, PA 
BARTON, DAVID A. 

26 High Haith Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
BARTOSEK, THOMAS S. 
5302 Curtice Road 
Toledo, OH 

BAUER, CHARLES R. 
862 Migeon Ave. 
Torrington, CN 
BAUER, PATRICIA M. 
6 Rugby Road 
Mattapan, MA 
BAYER, PHILIP P. 
506 Decatur Ave. 
Peekskill, NY 
BEATTY, ROBERT J. 
983 Dorchester Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
BEAULIEU, DIANE M. 
15 Fairview Ave. 
Pembroke, NH 
BEDARD, WILLIAM A. 
99 jonquil Dr. 
Springfield, MA 
BEGLEY, KEVIN H. 
64 Haines Drive 
Bloomfield, NJ 
BELANGER, 

MICHAEL C. 
189 Winter St. 
Laconia, NH 
BELL, THOMAS E. 
1809 Zimmerly Rd. 
Erie, PA 

BELLO, EDWARDO F. 
264 Oakwood Ave. 
W. Hartford, CT 
BEMBEN, ROBERT J. 
209-38 110th Ave. 
Queens Village, NY 



BENDER, JOHN P. 
Ill West 3rd Street 
P^vonne, NJ 
BlNNETT, JOHN C. 
19 Standish St. 
North Weymouth, MA 
BENT, JANE L. 
1112 Brook Rd. 
Milton, MA 
BERGFIELD, 

THOMAS G. 
3211 Rugby Court 
Waukegan, IL 
BERGIN, ANDREW W. 
24 Columbia Boulevard 
Waterbury, CT 
BERKEY, MICHAEL F. 
814 Cedarcroft Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 
BERRY, FREDERICK E. 
26 Colonial Rd. 
Peabody, MA 
BERUBE, MAUREEN R. 
17 Wachusett Avenue 
Arlington, MA 
BEVILACQUA, PAUL F. 
8 Beverly Road 
Great Neck, NJ 
BILANYCH, JOHN 
4353 W. Schubert Ave. 
Chicago, IL 
BIRKMAIER, 

WILLIAM H. 
17 Ellsworth Ave. 
Morristown, NJ 
BIRTOLO, JANINA 
88 Gordon St. Apt. 10 
Brighton, MA 
BIRTOLO, PETER A. 
88 Gordon St. 
Brighton, MA 
BISCHOFF, 

DONALD M. 
45 Dunbar St. 
Chatham, NJ 
BIZIEWSKI, 

STEPHANIE M. 
2631/2 Washington St. 
Norwich, CT 
BLACK, MARY E. 
53 Elm Ave. 
Fairhaven, MA 
BLACKBURN, 

THOMAS j. 
4 Chestnut St. 
Concord, MA 
BLAIR, DENNIS J. 
4407 Chapeldale Rd. 
Randallstown, MD 
BLAKENEY, JOHN R. 
12 Washburn St. 
Newton, MA 



BLANK, RAYMOND H. 
23 Great Oak Lane 
Pleasantville, NY 
BLEILER, MARILYN G. 
47 Cranmore Lane 
Melrose, MA 
BLISS,CHRISTOPHER O. 
25 Parkinson St. 
Needham, MA 
BLOOM, CHARLES R. 
29 Oak Street 
Hyannis, MA 
BOEHLERT, JOHN A. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
BOLAND, JOSEPH P. 
Golf Road — 

Greenfields 
Reading, PA 
BOLLENGIER, 

ROBERT E. 
63 Comm Ave. 
Warwick, Rl 
BOLUS, RICHARD 

JACOB 
2206 Steier Lane 
Louisville, KY 
BONARRIGO, 

DOMENICK M. 
1829 Williamsbrdg Rd. 
New York, NY 
BONDARYK, JOHN M. 
73 Gushing Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
BOPP, CHARLES W. 
78 Yarmouth Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
BORDONARO, SANTO 
19 Higgins Ave. 
Bedford, MA 
BORGIA, ANTHONY T. 
100 Homestead Ave. 
Maple Shade, NJ 
BOTICA, MATTHEW J. 
3029 S. Parnell Ave. 
Chicago, IL 

BOUGUS, THOMAS H. 
220 Monte Vista Dr. 
Camillus, NY 
BOULANGER, 

JOSEPH E. 
39 Upland St. 
N. Andover, MA 
BOURQUE, PETER B. 
18 Waverly St. 
Everett, MA 
BRADY, MARIANNE 
4 Woodruff Way 
Mattapan, MA 
BRADY, PATRICIA S. 
15 Girard Avenue 
Bay Shore, NY 



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Bay Shore, NY 
BRAIN, CHARLES M. 
18 Union St. 
Methuen, MA 
BRAZEL, FRANK J. 
62 Woodland St. 
Newington, CT 
BREAUGH, JAMES A. 
38 King Cross Dr. 
Deerfield, IL 
BREEN, LINDA A. 
78 Codman Road 
Norwood, MA 
BRECANI, THOMAS F. 
45 Winsor Ave. 
Watertown, MA 
BREITENFIELD, 

JAMES W. 
7 Concord Rd. 
Clenmont, NY 
BREITSTEIN, NICKY L. 
1869 Beacon St. 
Brookline, MA 
BRENNAN, JAY 
34 Hastings Rd. 
Kendall Park, NJ 
BRESNICK, BARRY M. 
405 Highland St. 
Weston, MA 

BROAS, WILLIAM P. 
10 Delaware Rd. 
Convent Station, Nj 

BRODALSKI, RICHARD 
30 Valley Street 

Adams, MA 

BRODEUR, WILLIAM T. 

1055 Wolf Hill Rd. 

Cheshire, CT 

BROSKIE, GREGORY 

66 Fenner Ave. 

Middletown, Rl 

BROWN, ALAN G. 

24 Rochambeau Ave. 

Ridgefield, CT 

BROWN, ANDREW 

76 Maple Street 

N. Brookfield, MA 

BROWN, EDITH 

418 North Ave. 

Weston, MA 

BROWN, FREDERIC H. 

166 Elmwood Ave. 

Wollaston, MA 

BROWN, JOSEPH P. 

1106 Valley Rd. 

Fairfield, CT 

BROWN, LAWRENCE C 

6 Preston St. 

Wakefield, MA 

BROWN, ROBERT E. 

21 Mohawk Dr. 

Danvers, MA 



BROWN, THOMAS A. 
2411 Webb Ave. 
New York, NY 
BROWN, THOMAS G. 
29 Witherbee Ave. 
Pelham Manor, NY 
BRUNO, JOSEPH F. 
1185 Dunbar Hill Rd. 
Hamden, CT 
BRYAN, LAWRENCE E. 
114 Anna's Retreat 
St. Thomas, VI 
BUCKLEY, FRANCIS C. 
42 Savoy Rd. 
Needham, MA 
BUCKLEY, 

RAYMOND C. 
202 Shore Acres Dr. 
Rochester, NY 
BUDNY, TERRENCE E. 
8142 South Christiana 
Chicao, IL 

BULGER, GREGORY E. 
41 Russett Rd. 
West Roxbury, MA 
BUMMARA, 

ANTHONY J. 
23 Harbor Hill Dr. 
Huntington, NY 
BURKE, DENNIS 
240 Mountain Road 
W. Hartford, CT 
BURKE, DOUGLAS W. 
19 Debra Lane 
Framingham, MA 
BURKE, JAMES H. 
148 Parker St. 
Newton Center, MA 
BURKE, JOSEPH P. 
120 Woodlawn St. 
Lynn, MA 

BURNS, CLEMENT E. 
1315 W. Lockwood St. 
St. Louis, MO 
BURNS, DAVID J. 
22 Cutler Dr. 
Ashland, MA 
BURNS, MICHAEL R. 
296 Litchfield St. 
Leominster, MA 
BURNS, RICHARD M. 
40 Klasson Lane 
Weymouth, MA 
BURROUGHS, 
LAWRENCE 
18 Gleason St. 
Boston, MA 
BUSECK, GARY D. 
551 West 31st St. 
Erie, PA 

BUTLER, FENTON 
7019 Jackson St. 



Philadelphia, PA 
BUTLER, GERALD B. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
BUTLER, WILLIAM R. 
1486 Commonwealth 

Ave. 
Brighton, MA 
BYRNE, JOAN 

DE NAPOLI 
431 A Broadway 
Somerville, MA 
BYRNE, ROBERT L. 
74 Puritan Avenue 
Forest Hills, NY 
CADOGAN, MARY P. 
241 Front St. 
Weymouth, MA 
CAGNEY, WILLIAM C. 
145 Heights Rd. 
Ridgewood, NJ 
CAHALANE, 

RICHARD J. 
6 Sea View Tr. 
Dorchester, MA 
CAHILL, JOHN K. 
53 Wood St. 
Milton, MA 
CAHILL, PATRICIA F. 
22 Davis Ave. 
Brookline, MA 
CAIN, BARBARA A. 

10 Washington Ave. E 
Burlington, MA 
CAIN, JOSEPH F. 

76 Hardt Lane 
Eggertsville, NY 
CALARESO, JOHN P. 
9 Deroma Road 
W. Roxbury, MA 
CALDER, STEPHEN F. 

11 Indian Tr. 

N. Scituate, MA 
CALI, PAUL V. 
3 Essex St. 
Stoneham, MA 
CALIGURI, ALBERT J. 
43 Riverdale Ave. 
Newton, MA 
CALLAGHAN, 

EDWARD C. 
108 York St. 
Stratford, CT 
CALLAHAN, 

CATHERINE W. 
745 Huntington Rd. 
Bridgeport, CT 
CALLAHAN, WILLIAM 
111 Margaret St. 
S. Portland, ME 
CALORIE, JAMES J. 
39 May St. 



Cambridge, MA 
CAMERON, JANET P. 
19 Second St. 
Attleboro, MA 
CAMPBELL, 

FRANCIS W. 
74 Meadowbrook Rd. 
Needham, MA 
CANTOLI, MICHAEL P. 
225 Ottawa Ave. 
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 
CAPOBIANCO, 

ARNOLD R. 

11 Lois Drive 
Walpole, MA 
CAPONE, JOSEPH M. 
66 Mill St. 
Westwood, MA 
CARBONNEAU, 

ROBERT J. 
51 Pleasant St. 
Lewiston, ME 
CARDIA, JEANNETTE 
520 Washington St. 
Brighton, MA 
CARELLA, CHARLES M. 
21 Beacon St. 
Arlington, MA 
CAREY, EILEEN M. 
97 Montvale Road 
Newton Ctr., MA 
CARLSON, JOSEPH E. 
49 Sunset Hill Road 
W. Roxbury, MA 
CARLSON, ROBERT E. 
39 Beverly Rd. 
Wellesley, MA 
CARNEY, KEVIN M. 
1386 McKinley Pkwy. 
Lackawanna, NY 
CARR, JUNE M. 
198 Overlook Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
CARRIER, PAUL E. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
CARTER, DENIS G. 
46 Woodcliff St. 
Roxbury, MA 
CARTER, MICHAEL W. 
30 Hamilton St. 
Framingham, MA 
CARVELLI,MADELYN L. 
19 Reedsdale Rd. 
Milton, MA 
CARVEY, RAYMOND 
35 Knollwood Lane 
Wayland, MA 
CASALE, LINDA M. 

12 Fessenden St. 

. Newtonville, MA 
CASEY, BRIAN J. 



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601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
CASEY, GEORGE T. 
33 West Dedham St. 
Boston, MA 
CASEY, GREGORY M. 
12 Belcher Circle 
Milton, MA 
CASEY, KATHLEEN 
62 Captain York Rd. 
S. Yarmouth, MA 
CASIOPPO, SUSAN E. 
1597 Main St. 
Newington, CT 
CATALDO, 

CHARLES M. 
240 Boulevard 
Mountain Lakes, NJ 
CATANESE, NANCY M. 
15 Greenough Ave. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
CATANIA, JOSEPH A. 
144 East Side Parkway 
Newton, MA 
CATMAN, STEPHEN R. 
233 High St. 
Abington, MA 
CAWLEY, WILLIAM D. 
53 Wilmer St. 
Rochester, NY 
CELONE, PAUL J. 
45 Constitution St. 
Bristol, Rl 
CHABOT, GUY A. 
33 Holland St. 
Woonsocket, Rl 
CHAMBERLAIN, 

JUDITH M. 
87 Harnden Ave. 
Watertown, MA 
CHAN, KIN L. 
196 St. Botolph Street 
Boston, MA 
CHANDLER, 

SHARON L. 
2897C Washington St. 
Boston, MA 
CHAUFORNIER, 

ROBERT W. 
240 Bronxville Rd. 
Bronxville, NY 
CHAVANNES, PHILIP O. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
CHERRY, WILLIAM E. 
17 Thomville Circle 
Penfield, NY 
CHIARELLO, JOSEPH A. 
179-81 St. 
Brooklyn, NY 
CHIPMAN, PAUL V. 
42 Sierra Rd. 



Hyde Park, MA 
CHIRASE- 

VINUPRAPHAND, P. 
769-771 Songwad Rd. 
Bangkok, Thailand 
CHISHOLM, 

ARNOLD J. 
6 Hutchinson St. 
Dorchester, MA 
CHMIEL, EDWARD G. 

32 Pulaski St. 
Peabody, MA 
CHOLKO, ROBERT 
2099 Park Ave. 
Bridgeport, CT 
CHOQUETTE, CARL E. 
17 Steven Ave. 

North Kingstown, Rl 
CHRISTENSEN, 
WALLACE A. 
63 Edwards Street 
Roslyn Hts., NY 
CIANO, CHARLES F. 
200 Swanton St. 
Winchester, MA 
CIARLETTA, LINDA E. 

33 Fuller St. 
Lynn, MA 

CICCONE, MARY P. 
57 Beacon St. 
Dedham, MA 
CICCOTTO, ANGELO 
2296 Garfield St. 

N. Bellmore, NY 
CIESLA, JUDITH A. 
Point Breeze 
Webster, MA 
CIFRINO, MICHAEL J. 
256 Canton Ave. 
Milton, MA 
CINCOTTA, MARY L. 
6 Birch St. 
Lynbrook, NY 
CINCOTTA, MARY T. 
83 Maple Street 
Waltham, MA 
CIPOT, STEPHEN F. 
114 Madison Ave. 
Olean, NY 

CLEMENTE, KEVIN T. 
363 Loudonville Rd. 
Loudonville, NY 
COAKLEY, DAVID M. 
16 Hull St. 
Hingham, MA 
COLANERI, JOSEPH L. 
6 Wolcott Ave. 
Andover, MA 
COLARUSSO, RALPH A. 
6 No. Hudson St. 
Boston, MA 
COLE, WILLIAM B. 



52 York Ave. 
Watertown, MA 
COLEMAN, GEORGE A. 
1 Walnut St. 
Concord, MA 
COLL, JOHN D. 
3 Kent Park 
Rochester, NY 
COLLINS, GERARD F. 
73 Loring Rd. 
Winthrop, MA 
COLLINS, KATHLEEN R. 
203 Camp Ave. 
Newington, CT 
COMPEAU, GERALD M. 
217 E. Clay Ave. 
Roselle Park, NJ 
CONCEISON, 

JOSEPH R. 
98 Central Ave. 
Medford, MA 
CONDON, JAMES J. 
21 Homewood Rd. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
CONDON, JOHN K. 
1306 Janney's Lane 



Alexandria, VA 
CONDRON, 

THOMAS M. 
11 Endicott St. 
PITTSFIELD, MA 
CONEYS, ROBERT T. 
15 Capen Road 
Braintree, MA 
CONFALONE, PETER S. 
10 Willis Lane 
Lynnfield, MA 
CONLEY, DENNIS J. 
28 Bunker Ave. 
Brockton, MA 
CONLEY, PAUL W. 
756 E. Fourth St. 
South Boston, MA 
CONNELLY, 

EDWARD R. 
63 Walker St. 
New Britain, CT 
CONNELLY, PETER J. 
5 Ellison Ave. 
Mattapan, MA 
CONNELLY, ROBERT J. 
73 Woodside Circle 




Fairfield, CT 
CONNOLLY, EDWIN B. 
122 School Rd. 
Wilmington, DE 
CONNOLLY, WILLIAM 
221 L. Street 
South Boston, MA 
CONNOLLY, 

WILLIAM F. 
47 Mellen St. 
Dorchester, MA 
CONNOR, BRIAN J. 
28 Otis St. 
Medford, MA 
CONNOR, FRANCIS J. 

21 Stearns St. 
Westwood, MA 
CONNOR, MARY E. 
28 Walnut St. 
Waltham, MA 
CONNORS, FRANCIS J. 
15 Wood St. 

Milton, MA 
CONNORS, 
THOMAS A. 

22 Upland Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
CONSOLAZIO, 

BENJAMIN 
6 Monterey Drive 
Mt. Vernon, NY 
CONTE, JOHN F. 
5619 Lamar Rd. 
Washington, DC 
CONWAY, GREGORY J. 
Union Village 
N. Smithfield, Rl 
CONWAY, JOHN J. 
142 Ambassador Dr. 
Rochester, NY 
COONEY, JAMES J. 
32 John Quincy Lane 
Weymouth, MA 
COONEY, WAYNE 
P. O. Box 145 
E. Weymouth, MA 
CORBETT, MAUREEN K. 

23 Davis Ave. 
Brookline, MA 
CORNELY, C. MICHAEL 
173 Parkerville Rd. 
Southboro, MA 
CORONA, 

FREDERICK J. 
32 Thompson St. 
Raritan, NJ 

CORRADO, JAMES J. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
CORRADO, JOSEPH A. 
37 Bradstreet Ave. 
Revere, MA 



CORRICAN, BRIAN S. 

11 Gale Ave. 
Braintree, MA 
CORRIVEAU, COLETTE 
2 Ipswich St. 
Boston, MA 
CORSO, MICHAEL T. 
120 Pleasant St. 

Oak Park, IL 
COSTELLO, 

COLLEEN A. 
46 Grand Blvd. 
Emerson, NJ 
COSTIGAN, DAVID J. 
5565 Lindell 
St. Louis, MO 
COTE, ANTHONY M. 
96 Endicott St. 
Boston, MA 
COTE, MARK C. 
Oyster Harbors 
Oysterville, MA 
COTTER, SUSAN E. 
303 Beach St. 
Revere, MA 
COVINO, 

DOROTHY H. 

36 Elsie St. 
Everett, MA 
COVINO, 

NICHOLAS A. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
COYNE, MICHAEL 
53 Gary Ave. 
Milton, MA 
CREEDON, BRIAN M. 
386 Crescent St. 
Brockton, MA 
CREEGAN, PAUL F. 

12 Puffer St. 
Lowell, MA 
CREMINS, PAUL J. 
22 Sagamore Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
CROCKER, ANNE E. 
35 Beverly Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
CROCKETT, 

BARBARA A. 

37 Garden Pkwy. 
Norwood, MA 
CRONIN, JOHN P. 
264 Dean St. 
Norwood, MA. 
CRONIN, MARTHA E. 
84 St. Mary St. 
Newton, MA 
CROSBY, CHARLENE 
307 Bowdoin St. 
Winthrop, MA 
CROSBY, DONALD L. 



65 Newland Ave. 
Augusta, ME 
CROWE, EDWARD W. 
34 Ware St. 
Somerville, MA 
CROWLEY, JAMES F. 
132 Stoughton St. 
Dorchester, MA. 
CULLEN, DENNIS F. 
492 Pleasant St. 
Maiden, MA 
CULLEN, JOHN C. 
54 Dunn Ave. 
Stamford, Ct. 
CULLEN, JOHN D. 
790 High Street 
Westwood, MA 
CUMMINGS, KEVIN G. 
3 Elmwood Rd. 
Wallingford, CT 
CUNNIFF, MICHAEL A. 
46 Vogel St. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
CUNNINGHAM, 
GREGORY J. 

25 Central St. 
Auburndale, MA 
CUNNINGHAM, PAUL 
7 Abbott St. 
Medford, MA 
CUNNINGHAM, 

WILLIAM E. 
17 Revere St. 
Humarock, MA 
CUOZZO, 

ANTHONY V. 
348 Summer St. 
E Boston, MA 
CURLEY, MICHAEL J. 
52 Seminole Ave. 
S. Weymouth, MA 
CURRAN, JAMES F. 
97 Bradlee St. 
Hyde Park, MA 
CURRAN, 

MARGARET M. 
6 Hobson St. 
Roslindale, MA 
CURRIER, JOHN G. 
Stow Road 
Harvard, MA 
CURTIN, KATHLEEN S. 

26 Cedar Road 
Belmont, MA 
CURTIN, PHILIP L. 
915 ironwood Dr. 
Mt. Prospect, IL 
CURTIS, JOHN F. 
136 Wilmot Circle 
Scarsdale, NY 
CUSiCK, PAULA A. 
75 Church St. 



Milton, MA 
CUZZI, PAUL A. 
334 Highbrook Ave. 
Pelham, NY 
CVACH, PAUL R. 
4008 Moravia Road 
Baltimore, MD 
CZACHOROWSKI, 

PHILIP F. 
30 Jackson St. 
Torrington, CF 
D'AMBRCSIO, 

JOSEPH F. 
8 Evergreen Rd. 
Acton, MA 
D'URSO, JAMES J. 
74 Durso Ave. 
Lawrence, MA 
DAHER, CHARLES F. 
143 Ferry St. 
Lawrence, MA 
DAHME, PATRICIA 
639 Forest Ave. 
Larchmont, NY 
DALE, EDWARD J. 
77 Elmwood Rd. 
Wellesley, MA 
DALY, STEPHEN F. 
24 Mamelon Circle 
Mattapan, MA 
DANKER, DAVID R. 
385 McCormack Rd. 
Albany, NY 

DANNENFELSER, NORA 
44 Pleasant Ave. 
Bergenfield, NJ 
DARGON, THOMAS P. 
48 Oak Ave. 
Shelton, CT 
DART, MAUREEN R. 
314 Savin Hill Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
DARVEAU, RICHARD T. 
40 Maple St. 
Madison, ME 
DAVIN, MARGARET F. 
185 Elliot St. 
Brockton, MA 
DAVIS, GEORGE E. 
260 Market St. 
Brighton, MA 
DEBLOIS, ARTHUR J. 
925 Armistice Blvd. 
Pawtucket, Rl 
DEBONIS, ROBERT J. 
67 North Quaker Lane 
West Hartford, CT 
DEFLORIO, DANIEL P. 
36 Allen St. 
Bradford, MA 
DEFREITAS, ANNE M. 
Manomet Ave. Box 244 



344 



Manomet, MA 
DECNAN, DENNIS G. 
585 Moonachie Ave. 
Wood Ridge, NJ 
DELAIARRO, PAULA R. 
14 Park Ave. 
Plainville, MA 
DELANEY, GEORGE F. 
27 Pleasant St. 
Hudson, MA 
DELANEY, JOSEPH L. 
21 Strasser Ave. 
Westwood, Ma 
DELLEVILLE, JOSEPH W. 
43 Leonard St. 
Waltham, MA 
DELORY, PAUL A. 
42 Wolcott St. 
Everett, MA 

DEMAMBRO, ANDREW 
19 Tanglewood Rd. 
Wellesley, MA 
DEMARKLES, 

KATHLEEN A. 
26 Dean Road 
Quincy, MA 
DEMICCO, LINDA J. 
60 E. Main St. 
Jewett City, CT 
DENAPOLI, ALBERT A. 
26 Glendower Rd. 
Roslindale, MA 
DENNIS, MICHAEL 
DENT, BETTY R. 
142 Kenrick St. Apt. 26 
Brighton, MA 
DEPASQUALE, 

PAULA A. 
11 Yale Street 
Medford, MA 
DEPAULO, ROBERT M. 
21 New Meadows Rd. 
Winchester, MA 
DERBY, STEPHEN W. 
237 Appleton St. 
Arlington, MA 
DERVAN, JOHN P. 
62 Welles Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
DESENS, JACK E. 
234 Princeton St. 
Holden, MA 
DESFOSSES, PHILIP R. 
R.F.D. #2 
Scarborough, ME 
DESIMONE, 

THOMAS J. 
41 Pond St. 
Beverly, MA 
DESTEFANO, 

WILLIAM A. 
31 Goldsmith Ave. 



Medford, MA 
DETORE, MICHAEL J. 

10 Lathrop Ave. 
Madison, NJ 
DEVASTO, ALLEN S. 
35 Stults Rd. 
Belmont, MA 
DEVLIN, MARY E. 
299 Pondfield Rd. 
Bronxville, NY 
DEVLIN, MICHAEL P. 
18 Fairfield St. 
Milford, CT 
DHEMBE, ALBERT F. 
Cedar St. 
Sturbridge, MA 
DIBENEDETTO, ALBERT 
111 Vincent Rd. 
Dedham, MA 

DIEHL, CHARLES D. 
201 Madison St. 
Dedham, MA 
DIMARCHI, PHILLIP J. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
DIMARZO, THOMAS 
40 Andrews St. 
Norwood, MA 
DINAPOLI, JOHN F. 

11 Morton Ave. 
Newport, Rl 
DIPACE, THOMAS E. 
44 Winn St. 
Belmont, MA 
DIPIETRO, PHILIP J. 
244 Gillette Ave. 
Springfield, MA 
DITULLIO, THOMAS 

ANDREA 
11 Alden Street 
Quincy, MA 
DOBBYN, JOHN F. 
133 Mountain Ave. 
Revere, MA 
DOBEL, TIMOTHY J. 
9946 High Drive 
Leawood, KS 
DOELER, TERRENCE E. 
7925 Barium Drive 
Indianapolis, IN 
DOHERTY, ANNE K. 
21 Halifax St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
DOHERTY, JOAN C. 
93 Suffolk Ave. 
Revere, MA 
DOHERTY, JOHN T. 
20 Rushmore St. 
Brighton, MA 
DOLAN, ARLENE M. 
23 Essex St. 
Waltham, MA 



DOLAN, GERALDINE 

27 Chase St. 
Danvers, MA 
DONAHUE, 

EDWARD P. 
55 Ellison Park 
Waltham, MA 
DONAHUE, JOAN M. 
20 Faneuil Rd. 
Waltham, MA 
DONAHUE, 

MARGARET E. 

28 Ash St. 
Dedham, MA 
DONAHUE, PATRICK B. 
117 N. Happy Hollow Bl. 
Omaha, NB 
DONNELLY, 

FREDERICK C. 
Overledge Rd. 
Manchester, MA 
DONOHUE, BARRY J. 
150 Tappan Rd. 
Harrington Park, NJ 
DONOVAN, 

CHARLES V. 
678 Jerusalem Rd. 
Cohasset, MA 
DONOVAN, JILL M. 
2232 Jersey Ave. 
Westfield, NJ 
DONOVAN, 

MARGARET M. 
18 Robinson St. 
Somerville, MA 
DONOVAN, 

WILLIAM F. 
515 Lebanon St. 
Melrose, MA 
DONOVAN, 

WILLIAM J. 
217 Walnut St. 
Brookline, MA 
DORMITZER, 

GREGORY P. 
332 South Main St. 
Cohasset, MA 
DORRINGTON, 

ANN M. 
15 Whittemore St. 
Arlington, MA 
DOTY, PAUL M. 
79 Belden St. 
Dorchester, MA 
DOWDELL, 

ANDREW D. 
2416 Valley Way 
Cheverly, MD 
DOWNES, RICHARD D. 
85 High St. 
Winchester, MA 
DREW, PAUL F. 



690 East Fifth St. 
South Boston, MA 
DRISCOLL, MICHAEL K. 
64 Summer St. 
Danvers, MA 
DRISCOLL, MICHAEL P. 
426 Bowdoin St. 
Dorchester, MA 
DRISCOLL, THOMAS F. 

49 Old Harbor St. 
So. Boston, MA 
DRULA, TERRENCE V. 
905 Capitol Ave. 
Bridgeport, CT 
DUBESTER, ERNEST W. 
76 Vaughn Ave. 
Spotswood, NJ 
DUDA, ALFRED M. 
121 Deming St. 
Pittsfield, MA 
DUFFY, MAUREEN E. 

8 Lincoln St. 
Natick, MA 
DUGAS, STEPHEN A. 
15-2 Summer St. 
Waltham, MA 
DUNN, DANIEL 
265 Bluelegde Dr. 
Roslindale, MA 
DUNN, JAMES W. 
160 Summit Ave. 
Wollaston, MA 
DUNN, KATHRYN M. 

50 Emerson Dr. 
Norwood, MA 
DUNN, PETER R. 
35 Spring Lane 
W. Hartford, CT 
DUNN, ROSEMARY F. 
54 House Rock Rd. 
Weymouth, MA 
DUNN, WILLIAM J. 

11 Florida Street 
Marshfield, MA 
DUNNE, KATHLEEN A. 
527 Deer Park Ave. 
Babylon, NY 
DUNNIGAN, JOHN F. 

11 Erie Ave. 
Newton, MA 
DUNPHY, RALPH E. 
434 Huron Ave. 
Cambridge, MA 
DUNPHY, WILLIAM G. 
1230 Ridgewood Way 
Lancaster, OH 
DURAND, THOMAS H. 

12 Horton Place 
Milton, MA 
DWYER, CAROLYN M. 
15 Brayton Rd. 
Brighton, MA 



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DYER, JOANNE 
96 Grove St. 
New Milford, CT 
DYER, VICTOR E. 
143 Chapin Rd. 
Hudson, MA 
DZIAMA, GREGG S. 
22 Porter Rd. 
Natick, MA 
EGAN; ROBERT J. 
12 Loxley Rd. 
Providence, Rl 
EASTERBROOKS, 

WILLIAM 
R.F.D. 3 
Plainville, MA 
EBERMAN, THOMAS E. 
43 Trysting Rd. 
N. Scituate, MA 
ECKEL, RONALD J. 
26 Kearney Tr. 
Livingston, NJ 
EDGAR, LAWRENCE G. 
200 Valley Pk. Dr. 
Pittsburgh, PA 
EGAN, FRANCES M. 
2207 Dorchester Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
EGAN, ROBERT H. 
404 St. Lawrence Dr. 
Silver Spring, MD 
EGAN, ROBERT 

MICHAEL 
26 Montview St. 
West Roxbury, MA 
EGAN, ROGER E. 
24 Crescent Dr. 
Convent Sta., NJ 
EGBUJIE, INNOCENT I. 
10 Magazine St. 
Roxbury, MA 
EICHORN, JOHN F. 
2 Sun Valley Rd. 
Franningham, MA 
FID, FREDERICK C. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
ELLIOTT, ROBERT J. 
9707 Hedin Dr. 
Silver Spring, MD 
ELSTERMEYER, 

ROBERT C. 
96 Grant Ave. 
Medford, MA 
EMERY, LEE ANNE 
41 Colonial Rd. 
Hingham, MA 
ENGELHARDT, 

JOHN M. 
1 Sears Rd. 
Foxboro, MA 
ENNION, ARLENE C 



53 Newton St. 
Belmont, MA 
ERLANDSON,MARY 

ELLEN 
136 Elmer Rd. 
Dorchester, MA 
ESPOSITO, DAVID V. 
8 Salem Walk 
Milford, CT 
EVANS, PATRICK J. 

40 Glenwood Ave. 
Jersey City, NJ 
EVANS, THOMAS F. 
11 Kimball Rd. 
Chelsea, MA 
FADDOUL, JOHN T. 
108 Williams St. 
Marlboro, MA 
FAERBER, FRANCIS R. 
24 McCormick Rd. 
Newport, Rl 
FAERBER, MATTHEW 
18 Cliff Ave. 
Newport, Rl 
FAGAN, SJ JOHN E. 
284 Foster St. 
Brighton, MA 
FAHERTY, RICHARD 

MARTIN 
20 Baker St. 
West Roxbury, MA 
FALCIONE, ROBERT E. 
64 Waverley Ave. 
Newton, MA 
FALLER, ROBERT A. 
381 Emory Rd. 
Mineola, NY 
FANG, PAULA M. 
156 Common St. 
Belmont, MA 
FARINACCI, WILLIAM 
2660 Eaton St. 
University Heights, OH 
FAUMUINA, JOHN 
P. O. Box 234 
Pago Pago, Samoa 
FAY, JAMES G. 
51 Radcliffe Rd. 
Wellesley, MA 
FAY, THOMAS F. 

41 Farell Rd. 
Lynn, MA 

FENWICK, CRAIG R. 
5A Nemasket St. 
Middleboro, MA 
FERGUSON, 

DONALD F. 
39 Willoughby St. 
Brighton, MA 
FERRARI, MORRIS W. 
83 Summit St. 
Weymouth, MA 



FERRIS, EUGENE J. 
15 Leahaven Rd. 
Mattapan, MA 
FERRIS, JOSEPH D. 
70 May St. 
N. Andover, MA 
FERRO, PETER M. 
3032 S. Princeton 
Chicago, IL 
FERRO, STEPHEN G. 
26 Elena Place 
Belleville, NJ 
FERRY, LINDA A. 
67 Sutherland Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
FERULLO, ANDREA J. 
43 Morrell Place 
Garfield, NJ 
FINN, THOMAS B. 
59 Grove St. 
Great Barrington, MA 
FIORE, RICHARD J. 
55 Thissell St. 
Prides Crossing, MA 
FITZGERALD, JOAN 
45 Maryknoll St. 
Mattapan, MA 
FITZGERALD, KEVIN J. 
232 Judwin Ave. 
New Haven, CT 
FITZGERALD, 

REDMOND J. 
64 Chickatabot Rd. 
Quincy, MA 
FITZGERALD, 

WILLIAM F. 
45 Washington St. 
N. Easton, MA 
FITZPATRICK, KEVIN P. 
13 Tennyson Ave. 
N. Haven, CT 
FLAHERTY, BRIAN F. 
560 East Sixth St. 
South Boston, MA 
FLAHERTY, JOHN 
52 Prospect Ave. 
Norwood, MA 
FLANAGAN, 

BARBARA C 
26 Standish Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
FLANAGAN, JAMES S. 
1933 East 19th St. 
Brooklyn, N\ 
FLANAGAN, JOSEPH P. 
67 Ferry St. 
Lawrence, MA 
FLECK, GREGORY F. 
1 Bradford Ave. 
Hull, MA 

FLEISCHER, THOMAS E. 
136 Greenlawn Ave. 



Clifton, NJ 
FLYNN, 

CHRISTOPHER J. 
18 Whitten St. 
Dorchester, MA 
FLYNN, FREDERICK C. 
29 Judson St. 
Thomaston, CT 
FLYNN, JOHN G. 
6 Vassar Rd. 
Marblehead, MA 
FLYNN, MARYBETH 
66 Lee Rd. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
FLYNN, PAUL E. 
40 Lockeland Ave. 
Arlington, MA 
FOGARTY, JAMES H. 

22 Intervale Rd. 
Providence, Rl 
FOGG, STEPHEN K. 
Highland St. 
Newton, NH 
FOLAN, JOHN J. 

14 Sheridan St. 
Portland, ME 
FOLEY, MARIE E. 
46 Millstone Rd. 
Readville, MA 
FOLEY, MARY E. 

32 North Bayfield Rd. 
Quincy, MA 
FORD, JOHN 
37 Chase St. 
Newton, MA 
FOREST, JAMES A. 
1 Northfield Drive 
Nashua, NH 
FORISTALL, 
EDWARD R. 

15 Hillview Rd. 
N. Reading, MA 
FORNACI, WILLIAM J. 

23 Monroe St. 
Waldwick, NJ 
FORSYTH, RICHARD C 
485 Pleasant St. 
Melrose, MA 
FOUNTAIN, 

CHARLES F. 
64 Cricket Dr. 
Sturbridge, MA 
FOURNIER, DIANE C. 
145 Hilldale Ave. 
Haverhill, MA 
FOY, JAMES E. 
1940 East 14th St. 
Brooklyn, NY 
FRAGASSO, PHILIP M. 
48 Fairfield Ave. 
Mineola, NY 
FRANCIS, KEITH L. 



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25 Derby St. 
Waltham, MA 
FRAWLEY, WILLIAM 
436 So. St. 
Needham, MA 
FREDA, JOSEPH C. 
15 Ridgeway Ave. 
W. Orange, NJ 
FREDERICKS, 

GEORGE M. 
47-25 Parsons Blvd. 
Flushing, NY 
FREEDMAN, NORMAN 
274 Russett Rd. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
FRIEL, ROBERT F. 
108 Bird's Hill Ave. 
Needham, MA 
FRONCILLO, GEORGE 
36 Tudor Rd. 
Needham, MA 
FROST, DEBORAH A. 
483 Poplar St. 
Roslindale, MA 
FUCCILLO, LINDA A. 
43 Atwill Rd. 
West Roxbury, MA 
FUREY, KATHLEEN P. 
73 Everett Ave. 
Watertown, MA 
GAGEN, SHEILA 
393 Hazelettville Rd. 
Dover, DE 

GAGLIARDI, PETER D. 
42 Woodside Drive 
Wethersfield, CT 
GAILUNAS, PAUL J. 
22 Glenrose Ave. 
Braintree, MA 
GALLASCK, LINDA 
2003 Commonwealth 

Ave. 
Brighton, MA 
GALVIN, WILLIAM F. 
32 Ranelegh Rd. 
Brighton, MA 
GAQUIN, 

ELIZABETH W. 
24 Ruskin St. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
GARITY, KATHLEEN A. 
9 Tingley Rd. 
Braintree, MA 
GARRY, MICHAEL ). 
26 Folmsbee Dr. 
Menands, NY 
GARVEY, RICHARD A. 
8 Campden Lane 
Commack, NY 
GARZONE, DENNIS S. 
24 Homeland St. 
Johnston, Rl 



GENTILE, DANIEL M. 
44 Emeline Rd. 
E. Weymouth, MA 
GENTILE, EDWARD R. 
5 Felms Court 
Bethpage, NY 
GEORCILAS, 

CHRISTINE J. 
204 Austin St. 
Hyde Park, MA 
GERNAND, DAVID P. 
7102 Rich Hill Rd. 
Baltimore, MD 
GIACOMO, WILLIAM J. 
12 Annjim Drive 
Greenwich, CT 
GIAMATTEI, ROBERTA. 
420 Washington St. 
Winchester, MA 
GIARDINA, DIANE M. 
1836 Stratford Ave. 
Westchester, IL 
GIARRUSSO, JAMES M. 
27 Furber Ave. 
N. Andover, MA 
GIBBONS, STEPHEN E. 
2 Kenilworth Drive 
Lincoln, Rl 

GIBBONS, THOMAS R. 
5294 E. 119 St. 
Garfield Hts., OH 
GIBLIN, EDWARD F. 

44 Child St. 
Portsmouth, Rl 
GIGANTE, CHARLES R. 

45 Seventh St. 
Medford, MA 
GILBERTI, THOMAS J. 
58 Stoothoff Dr. 
New Hyde Park, NY 
GILDEA, MARY A. 

46 E. Saddle River Rd. 
Saddle River, NJ 
GILLIGAN, 

MARYANN L. 
1 Eustis St. 
Stoneham, MA 
GILLIGAN, SHEILA 
30 Pelton St. 
West Roxbury, MA 
GILLIGAN, WILLIAM P. 
30 Pelton St. 
West Roxbury, MA 
GILLIS, JAMES A. 
18 Bradford Lane 
Willingboro, NJ 
GILMORE, ROBERT J. 
30 Piermont St. 
Watertown, MA 
GILMORE, WILLIAM C. 
91 Jamaica St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 



GINNETTY, PAUL F. 
550 Liberty Street 
Rockland, MA 
GLADING, WILLIAM S. 
138 Bodman PI. 
Red Bank, NJ 
GLASER, RAYMOND 
28 Overlook Dr. 
Berkeley Heights, Nj 
GLENNON, 

GREGORY F. 
52 Tower St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
CLUCK, STEWART M. 
741 4th St. 
Miami Beach, FL 
GLYNN, A. LAWRENCE 
31 Robinhood St. 
Natick, MA 
GLYNN, MARY M. 
26 Arrowhead Rd. 
Weston, MA 
GLYNN, RICHARD j. 
One Cerina Rd. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
GODFREY, 

KATHLEEN A. 
46 Av. Wellington 
Waterloo, Belgium 
GODFREY, SCOTT A. 
24 Ina Rd. 
Needham, MA 
GOLDBERG, PHILIP N. 
2328 Cleveland Blvd. 
Lorain, OH 
GOLDIE, ARNOLD E. 
P. O. Box 201 
Milton, MA 
GONSALVES, 

PATRICIA A. 
37 Wales St. 
Boston, MA 

GONZALEZ, RICARDO 
613 Coevillas St, 
Miramar, PR 
GOODLOW, CAROL A. 
311 Van Buren Ave. 
Teaneck, NJ 

GOODRIDGE, JAMES P. 
642 S. East Ave. 
Oak Park, IL 
GORDON, 

BRENTON S. 
148 Woodland St. 
Natick, MA 
GORDON, BRUCE A. 
148 Woodland St. 
Natick, MA 
GORHAM, JOHN J. 
567 E. 7th St. 
S. Boston, MA 
GORMAN, CHARLES M. 



67 McAdoo Ave. 
Trenton, NJ 
GORMAN, SUSAN M. 
403 Metropolitan Ave. 
Roslindale, MA 
GORMLEY, FRANCIS X. 
3817 Kanawha St. NW 
Washington, DC 
GORSKI, MARK F. 
42 Roslin St. 
Dorchester, MA 
GORSKI, VERONICA M. 
19 Turner St. 
Salem, MA 

GOSSETT, ROBERT L. 
6 Birchwood Dr. 
Great River, NY 
GRAM, RICHARD C. 
83 Magnolia Road 
Swampscott, MA 
GRANT, THOMAS H. 
Moorland Rd. 
Newport, Rl 
GRASSO, ROBERT J. 
154 Read St. 
Winthrop, MA 
GRATER, OTTO J. 
Brook Bound Lane 
Claverack, NY 
GRAVES, SUSAN H. 
16 Endicott St. 
Peabody, MA 
GREELEY, KEVIN J. 
10 Cherokee St. 
Boston, MA 
GREELY, JOHN W. 
18 Gloucester 
Gloucester, MA 
GREEN, MICHAEL L. 
4324 Cold Spring Rd. 
Indianapolis, IN 
GRIFFIN, RICHARD E. 
42 Pond Street 
Framingham, MA 
GRIFFITH, JOHN J. 
1245 Steel Road 
Navertown, PA 
GRIMES, STEPHEN M. 
58 County Rd. 
Ipswich, MA 
GRODEN, M. ANNE 
87 Richards St. 
Dedham, MA 
GRODEN, THOMAS 

HENRY 
401 East St. 
Walpole, MA 
GUCCIONE, 

ANDREW A. 
981 76th Street 
Brooklyn, NY 
GUERRERA, MARY E. 



347 



HARDING, GAIL H. 
34 Milk St. 
No. Andover, MA 
CUNTHER, 
CHRISTINE E. 

11 Winthrop Rd. 
Guilford, CT 
HACKETT, MICHAEL J. 
3709 Military Rd. 
Washington, DC 
HADLEY, RICHARD 

37 Adams St. 
Sagamore, MA 
HAGGERTY, JOHN G. 
16 Chamberlain St. 
Hopkinton, MA 
HAGGERTY, 

WILLIAM B. 
9837 Belhaven Rd. 
Bethesda, MD 
HAGGERTY, 

WILLIAM J. 

12 Jenison St. 
Newton, MA 
HAHN, MICHAEL J. 
12000 Edgewater Dr. 
Lakewood, OH 
HAJJAR, PETER K. 

42 Herbert Rd. 
Braintree, MA 
HAKIM, EDWARD G. 
9109 Shore Rd. 
Brooklyn, NY 
HALL, HOWARD P. 
167 Emory Road 
Mineola, NY 
HALL, MARIANNE F. 
26 Wilson Ave. 
Belmont, MA 
HALLIGAN, WILLIAM 
15 Bay View Dr. 
Swampscott, MA 
HAMILTON, JOSEPH E. 
560 Tremont St. 
Taunton, MA 
HAMMOND, JAMES J. 
210 South St. 
Fitchburg, MA 
HAMMOND, JOHN F. 
210 South St. 
Fitchburg, MA 
HANEHAN, PATRICK R. 
12 Del Verde Rd. 
Rochester, NY 
HANSBERRY, 

MICHAEL E. 
14 Upham St. 
W. Newton, MA 
HARDIMAN, 

MORGAN P. 
41-21 157 Street 
Flushing, NY 



GUERRERA, MARY E. 
39 Shore Rd. 
Bourne, MA 
HARNETT, MARY P. 

11 South Marion PI. 
Rockville Center, NY 
HARRINGTON, JOHN J. 
2380 Mystic Valley Py. 
Medford, MA 

HART, DAVID W. 
45 Hall St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
HARTLEY, JAMES E. 
433 Scott Rd. 
Waterbury, CT 
HARVEY, MARYELLEN 
58 Somerset Ave. 
Winthrop, MA 
HAUER, RICHARD J. 
22 W. 274 Glen Park 
Glen Ellyn, IL 
HAVLIK, MARK D. 
802 Garfield St. 
Tama, lA 

HAWKSLEY, HOLLY J. 
99 Plainfield St. 
Waban, MA 
HAY, EUGENE G. 
601 So. St. 
Roslindale, MA 
HAYES, MICHAEL C. 
57 Hollett St. 
N. Scituate, MA 
HAYES, TIMOTHY 
109 Pennsylvania Ave. 
Somerville, MA 
HAYHURST, 

BARBARA J. 
117 N. Street 
So. Boston, MA 
HAYWARD, W. SCOTT 
2822 East Lake Rd. 
Skaneateles, NY 
HEALY, ALAN SCOTT 

12 Blueberry Rd. 
Marblehead, MA 
HEALY, MARTIN 
Box 87 
Carmel, NY 
HEGEDUS, STEPHEN 
120 Wolfpit Ave. 
Norwalk, CT 
HENDERSON, JOHN T. 
34 Sunny Side Rd. 
Quincy, MA 
HENNESSEY, 

ARTHUR A. 
26 Governor Fuller Rd. 
Billerica, MA 
HENRY, BRUCE R. 
18 Pershing Terrace 
Springfield, MA 



HERBERT, JOSEPH E. 
68 Kenny St. 
Needham, MA 
HERLEHY, THOMAS J. 
1169 Comm Ave. 
West Newton, MA 
HERLIHY, MARK E. 
19 Hawthorne Ave. 
Arlington, MA 
HERNANDEZ, 

CYNTHIA 
37 Longwood Dr. 
Delmar, NY 
HERNANDEZ, LUIS R. 
Paseo Del Parque 
Bayamon, PR 
HERNON, MICHAEL J. 
37 Fox St. 
Dorchester, MA 
HESSION, THOMAS P. 
25 Lyman Rd. 
Framingham, MA 
HICKEY, MAIREAD 
71 Ridgewood Lane 
Melrose, MA 
HIGGINS, JOHN T. 
5 Tanglewylde Ave. 
Bronxville, NY 
HIGGINS, WILLIAM M. 

24 Poplar St. 
Nanuet, NY 
HILL, ROBERT B. 
631 Walker Rd. 
Wayne, PA 
HILLENBRAND, 

MICHAEL R. 
428 Church Ave. 
Oshkosh, Wl 
HINKLEY, CATHERINE 
107 Harding St. 
Medfield, MA 
HLASNY, ROBERT G. 

25 Circular Ave. 
Natick, MA 

HODAPP, TIMOTHY V. 
5481 Alomar Court 
Cincinnati, OH 
HOFFMAN, CRAIG M. 
19191 Lancashire Rd. 
Detroit, Ml 

HOFMANN, KATHY A. 
4 Lakecrest Dr. 
Warwick, Rl 
HOLLAND, MICHAEL 
109 Roosevelt St. 
Coleraine, MN 
HOLLEY, THOMAS B. 
604 4th St. SW 
Austin, MN 
HOLMES, THOMAS J. 
95 Augustine St. 
Brockton, MA 



HOOBAN, JANE E. 
36 Balmoral Dr. 
Berkeley Heights, NJ 
HOOD, RONALD F. 
46 Fendale Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
HORIGAN, JOHN A. 
344 East Second St. 
Corning, NY 
HOROWITZ, DAVID H. 
8 Kenrick Terrace 
Newton, MA 
HORRIGAN, PAUL L. 
61 Hall Place 
Quincy, MA 
HORTON, KEVIN M. 
24 Eisenhower Ave. 
Natick, MA 
HOUDE, THOMAS 
14 Leewood St. 
Wellesley, MA 
HOUSTON, BRIAN F. 

48 Hartley St. 
Portland, ME 
HUBBARD, THOMAS C. 
35 Charles St. 
Braintree, MA 
HUEBSCH, RONALD A. 
151 Carmen Rd. 
Eggertsville, NY 
HUFF, CLINTON H. 

49 Riverside Dr. 
E. Providence, Rl 
HUGHES, EDWARD J. 
Whiteoaks Drive 
Bedminster, NJ 
HUNT, VALERIE 

6 Pine Ridge Rd. 

Stoneham, MA 

HUNT, VIRGINIA M. 

31 Charles St. 

Hyde Park, MA 

HURLEY, DIANE M. 
4 Rowe St. 
Milton, MA 

HURLEY, PATRICK R. 
723 Belmont St. 
Belmont, MA 
HURLEY, PAUL R. 
Maple Ave. 
Millbrook, NY 
HUSSA, GREGORY A. 
1134 Wionna Ave. 
Cincinnati, OH 
HYDE, ANN 
153 Auburn St. 
Brockton, MA 
HYFANTIS, JAMES J. 
76 Deepwoods Dr. 
Longmeadow, MA 
lANNACCONE.ADOLPH C 
0-34 Yost Place 
Fair Lawn, NJ 



348 



INCERSOLL, D. SCOTT 
5050 Woodway #2B 
Houston, TX 
ISACCO, DAVID D. 
1 Patton Drive 
Pittsburgh, PA 
JACKSON, JOHN P. 
307 Dennett St. 
Portsmouth, NH 
JANTZEN, EDWARD R. 
644 Laurel Ave. 
Holmdel, NJ 
jASINSKI, DANIEL J. 
344 Andrew St. 
Stratford, CT 
JAYKO, MARY E. 
Clifford Road 
Plymouth, MA 
JOHNSON, 

LAWRENCE 
P. O. Box 165 
New Sarpy, LA 
JONES, ALBERT 

6 Locust Lane 
Burlington, MA 
JONES, MICHAEL D. 
224 Seaver St. 
Dorchester, MA 
JONES, THOMAS J. JR. 

5 Hilltop Circle 
Woburn, MA 
JOYCE, BRIAN J. 
93 Knoll St. 
Roslindale, MA 
jUNCO, MARIA R. 

7 Mount Vernon St. 
Dorchester, MA 
JURCZAK, JOAN E. 
24 Godfrey Place 
Cresskill, NJ 
KACEWICZ, JOHN S. 

6 Alhambra Circle 
Cranston, Rl 
KAHWATY, JOHN A. 
35 78th Street 
Brooklyn, NY 
KANE, STEPHEN J. 

6 Feiden Lane 
Latham, NY 
KAVANAUGH, 

STEPHEN J. 
75 Alicia Rd. 
Dorchester, MA 
KEANE, PAUL M. 
34 Lochland St. 
Milton, MA 
KEANE, WILLIAM J. 
29 Justin Rd. 
Brighton, MA 
KEARNEY, MICHAEL K. 
222 Hawthorn St. 
New Bedford, MA 



KEATING, EDWARD J. 
76 Pearl St. 
Charlestown, MA 
KEELEY, FRANCIS M. 
82 Claremont Ave. 
Arlington, MA 
KEELEY, RICHARD E. 
272 Elmdorf Ave. 
Rochester, NY 
KELLEY, 

CHRISTOPHER J. 
84 Church St. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
KELLEY, NANCY C. 
104 Indianhead Rd. 
Framingham, MA 
KELLEY, NANCY J. 
35 Shaw Rd. 
Belmont, MA 
KELLEY, THOMAS E. 
Rte 1, Box 228 
Lakeland, FL 
KELLY, ANNE E. 
717 Locust St. 
Greensburg, PA 
KELLY, CHARLES L. 

20 Jefferson Ave. 
Norristown, PA 
KELLY, FRANCIS D. 
251 West Broadway 
So. Boston, MA 
KELLY, THOMAS E. 
70 Wauwinet Rd. 
W. Newton, MA 
KELLY, WALTER J. 
115 Church St. 

W. Roxbury, MA 
KELLY, WILLIAM L. 
44 Elmwood Ave. 
Chatham, NJ 
KELSCH, STEPHEN G. 

21 Glenburnie Rd. 
Roslindale, MA 
KENEALY, JAMES F. 
3837 Military Rd. NW 
Washington, DC 
KENNEALLY, 

KATHLEEN M. 
213 Brower Ave. 
Rockville Ctr., NY 
KENNEALLY, MICHAEL D. 
34 Grand View Ave. 
Quincy, MA 
KENNEDY, JOHN F. 
12 Demetra Terrace 
Dedham, MA 
KENNEDY, WILLIAM J. 
41 Cornwall St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
KENNEY, ROBERT E. 
29 Myrtle St. 
Belmont, MA 



KENNY, THOMAS F. 
8 Fox Hunt Rd. 
New Vernon, NJ 
KENNY, VIRGINIA 
10 Sunnyside Rd. 
Woburn, MA 
KEOHANE, JOHN J. 
54 College Rd. 
Medford, MA 
KEOUGH, GERARD E. 
23 Boutwell St. 
Dorchester, MA 
KERR, EDWARD 
22 Wayside Ave. 
Framingham, MA 
KERR, JOHN J. 
5832 Waycross Dr. 
Fort Wayne, IN 
KERRIGAN, JOHN T. JR. 
277 Cross St. 
Belmont, MA 
KERRIGAN, THOMAS P. 
3311 Golden Ave. 
Bronx, NY 
KESNER, MARK B. 
142 Edgemere Road 
West Roxbury, MA 
KHOURI, MARY ANN 
15 Carol Circle 
W. Roxbury, MA 
KIELY, THOMAS C. 
Horizon Towers, No. 
Fort Lee, NJ 
KILEY, LORRAINE A. 
102 Ashland St. 
Lynn, MA 
KING, JOSEPH A. 
Foster Hill Rd. 
W. Brookfield, MA 
KING, KATHLEEN M. 
46 Bonham Rd. 
Dedham, MA 
KING, RUSSELL K. 
12 Owings Stone Rd. 
Barrington, Rl 
KINIRY, DEBORAH 

88 Old Barn Road 
W. Springfield, MA 
KINLEY, CLIFFORD E. 

89 Brown Place 
Jersey City, NJ 
KIRCHNER, 

STEPHEN W. 
1691 Commonwealth 

Ave. 
Brighton, MA 
KITA, WILLIAM J. 
8792 Church St. 
Golden, NY 
KLAR, THOMAS H. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 



KLINE, JOHN C. 
33 Westgate Rd #2 
W. Roxbury, MA 
KLUBERT, DAVID M. 
1601 Ridgewood Ave. 
Lakewood, OH 
KNAPIK, SUSAN J. 
10 Meadow Lane 
North Grafton, MA 
KNOBLOCH, 

BARBARA A. 
17 Bronxville Rd. 
Bronxville, NY 
KNOWLES, CHARLES A. 
One Wabon St. 
Dorchester, MA 
KNOX, WILLIAM 
197 Lamarck Drive 
Buffalo, NY 
KOBER, EILEEN M. 
5 Colonial Rd. 
Tenafly, NJ 

KOFRON, EDWARD T. 
1066 Parkside Dr. 
Lakewood, OH 
KORTA, STEPHEN E. 
359 Voorhees Ave. 
Buffalo, NY 

KOSMENKO, JOHN H. 
62 Yurick Rd. 
Needham, MA 
KOUSHOURIS, JOHNS. 
27 Hannahs Rd. 
Stamford, CT 
KOVACS, EUGENE J. 
197 Stamford Ave. 
Stamford, CT 
KRECZKO, ALAN J. 
17616 East Park Dr. 
Cleveland, OH 
KUCY, LAWRENCE J. 
R. 1030 Diamond Ave. 
Scranton, PA 
KUGEL, BRIAN C. 
Rl Castle Hill Rd. 
Newtown, CT 
KURUC, CHARLES 
8 Avondale Ave. 
Clifton, Nj 

LABERGE, DAVID W. 
32 Grantwood Lane 
St. Louis, MO 
LACARBONARA, 

FREDERIC E. 
26 Dewitt Rd. 
Stoneham, MA 
LACASSE, PHILIAS F. 
124 Hollis St. 
Holliston, MA 
LACKAYE, JOHN P. 
3 Merrick Rd. 
Poughkeepsie, NY 



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Poughkeepsie, NY 
LACOSTE, CATHERINE 
60 Bullard St. 
New Bedford, MA 
LALLY, MAUREEN T. 
650 Chestnut Hill Ave. 
Brookline, MA 
LANGELIER, HENRY 
19 Collamore St. 
E. Milton, MA 
LANCER, STEPHEN P. 
3 Paterson Rd. 
Fanwood, Nj 
LANGONE, MARY C. 
177 Endicott St. 
Boston, MA 
LANZIKOS, PAUL J. 
35 Palmer Street 
Waltham, MA 
LANZIKOS, SALLY F. 

35 Palmer St. 
Waltham, MA 
LARIOS, RICHARD A. 
134 Rutgers St. 
Belleville, NJ 
LARIVEE, JOHN J. 

7 Greenleaf Dr. 
Danvers, MA 
EARNER, KATHLEEN 
53 Aberdeen Rd. 
Quincy, MA 
LARSON, DONALD j. 
174 Crowell St. 
Hempstead, NY 
LASANE, CORDON J. 
33 Montpelier Rd. 
Dorchester, MA 
LASOFF, SAMUEL 
194 Woodland Rd. 
Milton, MA 
LASPINA, JOANNE M. 
26 Seward Rd. 
Stoneham, MA 
LAUER, ARTHUR C. 
3 Country Ct. 
Penn Yan, NY 
LAUCHLIN, MARTIN F. 
33 Allen Street 
Arlington, MA 
LAUINGER, 

GERALDINE M. 
90 Laurel Drive 
New Hyde Park, NY 
LAVOIE, JOSEPH E. 

36 Darby Rd. 
Brockton, MA 
LAWLER, JOHN J. 
87 Richardson Rd. 
Lynn, MA 

LAWLESS, MARY L. 
68 Sartell Rd. 
Waltham, MA 



LEAHY, MICHAEL J. 
176 W. Wyoming Ave. 
Melrose, MA 
LEARY, MICHELLE M. 
107 Inman St. 
Cambridge, MA 
LEBEAU, PAUL 

ANDREW 
150 Thames St. 
New London, CT 
LEBLANC, PAUL A. 
73 Progressive St. 
Worcester, MA 
LECHMAIER, 

TIMOTHY E. 
5601 N. Shore Drive 
Whitefish Bay, Wl 
LECLERC, SUSAN B. 

40 Wyoming Ave. 
Manchester, NH 
LEE, JOHN A. 
5710 Glenwood 

Park Ave. 
Erie, PA 
LEE, LAURA 
170 Holden St. 
Attleboro, MA 
LEE, MICHAEL J. 
9 Twelfth St. 
Providence, Rl 
LEEUW, WILLIAM H. 
75 Summit St. 
Norwood, NJ 
LEGRAND, RONALD A. 
7 Minerva St. 
Jersey City, NJ 
LENNON, DAVID 
19 Lennon Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
LEONA, MATTEO H. 
747 East Main St. 
Branford, CT 
LEONARD, JOSEPH A. 
68 Wenham St. 
Boston, MA 
LEPLEY, STEPHEN C. 
43 Chase's Lane 
Middletown, Rl 
LEQUIN, THOMAS 
Jesuit Stud Be 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
LESSARD, RAYMOND E. 

41 Turner St. 
Manchester, NH 
LEWIS, CARL X. 
109 Homestead St. 
Dorchester, MA 
LEWIS, JAMES D. 
Hastings St. 
Stow, MA 
LEWIS, JOSEPH G. 
35 Williams Ave. 



Hyde Park, MA 
LIBERA, STEPHEN F. 
23 Walker Dr. 
Simsbury, CT 
LIGHT, DAVID G. 
88 Easton St. 
Lawrence, MA 
LIND, HENRY F. 
446 Central Ave. 
Milton, MA 
LIPTAK, ROBERT E. 
58 Hemlock Rd. 
Torrington, CT 
LISCHIO, DIANE 
165 Boston Neck Rd. 
Saunderstown, Rl 
LISKA, WILLIAM A. 
901 Forbes St. 
East Hartford, CT 
LIVINGSTONE, JEANNE 
92 Brush Hill Rd. 
Milton, MA 
LIZOTTE, PAUL A. 
108 Calef Ave. 
South Swansea, MA 
LOCHRIE, JANE A. 
11 Tolman St. 
Dorchester, MA 
LOFLIN, BRIAN M. 
46 Fletcher St. 
Roslindale, MA 
LOGAN, MICHAEL J. 
29 White Terrace 
Nutley, NJ 

LOHMANN, ROBERT P. 
1905 Briggs Rd. 
Silver Spring, MD 
LOJEK, MICHAEL A. 
19 Forest St. 
Brookline, MA 
LOMBARD, 

KENNETH M. 
29 Rayburn Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 
LOMBARDI, CAROL j. 
16 Wakefield Ave. 
Cranston, Rl 
LONERCAN, JAMES B. 
11900 Wiesinger, LA 
Midlothian, VA 
LONERGAN, 

MICHAEL G. 
724 Via Lido Nord 
Newport Beach, CA 
LOONEY, JOHN M. 
43 Ozone Rd. 
E. Haven, CT 
LOONEY, WALTER A. 
195 Broadway 
Bethpage, NY 
LOPEZ, MARIANNE 
8 Chandler Place 



Newton 

Upper Falls, MA 
LORINCZ, PAUL F. 
19605 Glen Una Dr. 
Saratoga, CA 
LORING, PAUL E. 
8 Eastland Rd. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
LOSAPIO, LOUIS S. 
806 Morris Turnpike 
Short Hills, NJ 
LOSCOCCO, 

WILLIAM J. 
20 Elmbrook Circle 
Bedford, MA 
LOTH, WALTER C. 
26 Crest Ave. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
LOUGHLIN, 

STEPHEN F. 
7 Sunset Dr. 
Northboro, MA 
LOVELL, PAUL J. 
25 Pomfret St. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
LUCEY, JOAN T. 
14 Sewall St. 
Revere, MA 
LUCOZZI, LELETTE J. 
3 Gigante Dr. 
Stoneham, MA 
LUDWIG, 

LAWRENCE M. 
949 Paul Ave. 
Scranton, PA 
LUNDY, ROBERT C. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
LUONGO, JOHN J. 
3682 Runnymeade Blvd. 
Cleveland Hts., OH 
LUTZ, WILLIAM M. 
28 Walden St. 
Hamden, CT 
LYCKLAND, 

MICHAEL S. 
86 Van Zandt Ave. 
Warwick, Rl 
LYNCH, JOSEPH R. 
12 Ellsworth Rd. 
Peabody, MA 
LYNCH, ROBERT W. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
LYNCH, ROBERT W. 
88 Hooker Ave. 
W. Somerville, MA 
LYNCH, THOMAS F. 
504 Brush Hill Rd. 
Milton, MA 
LYONS, JOHN M. 
1 Plummer Rd. 



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Lawrence, MA 
LYSIAK, GEORGE A. 
47 Stanley St. 
New Haven, CT 
MAC AULEY, 

ROBERT C. 
55 Mt. Vernon Street 
Arlington, MA 
MAC DONALD J. PETER 
217 M. Street 
South Boston, MA 
MAC DONALD, 

SCOTT P. 
4 Cottage St. 
Ogunquit, ME 
MAC DONALD, 

WILLIAM M. 
171 Sherman St. 
Quincy, MA 
MAC HAJ, VINCENT R. 
334 Carlton Rd. 
Bethel Park, PA 
MAC KENZIE, 

WILLIAM R. 
38 Ridge Rd. 
Milton, MA 
MAC KIN, CECILY A. 
1744 Columbia Road 
South Boston, MA 
MACKOUL, 

RAYMOND J. 
86 Commodore Rd. 
Worcester, MA 
MACLEAN, 

ALEXANDER J. 
234 Fulton St. 
Medford, MA 
MAC MILLAN, JOHN J. 
1077 South St. 
Roslindale, MA 
MADDEN, KEVIN J. 
138 Lorraine St. 
E. Weymouth, MA 
MADDEN, PATRICIA 
17 Hartland St. 
Dorchester, MA 
MADICAN, )OHN S. 
3800 LeIand St. 
Chevy Chase, MD 
MACANUCO, 

ROBERT ). 
5740 W. Cornelia Ave. 
Chicago, IL 
MAGUIRE, KEVIN A. 
3 W. Border Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
MAGUIRE, STEPHEN J. 
25 Dickens St. 
Dorchester, MA 
MAHER, ELIZABETH 
108 Main St. 
Woburn, MA 



MAHER, PATRICK 
61 Tremont St. 
Brighton, MA 
MAHER, PETER F. 
408 Lanark Way 
Silver Spring, MD 
MAHER, PETER S. 
41 Calvin Rd. 
Newtonville, MA 
MAHONEY, 

CATHERINE 
Honey Hollow Rd. 
Pound Ridge, NY 
MAHONEY, PAUL R. 
20 Rose Hill Way 
Waltham, MA 
MAHONEY, 

RICHARD ). 
100 Stedman St. 
Quincy, MA 
MAKAR, ARTHUR D. 
146A North Street 
Salem, MA 

MALARKEY, JOHN D. 
415 Anderson Ave. 
Milford, CT 
MALASKY, HENRY J. 
BX396 Knight Rd. 
Pennsburg, PA 
MALENTACCHI, 

LOUISE A. 
240 W. Main St. 
Avon, CT 
MALIS, JOEL M. 
24 Woodgate St. 
Boston, MA 
MALLONEE, DAVID C. 
5103 Edmondson Ave. 
Baltimore, MD 
MALONEY, THELMA 
65 Halifax St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
MAMMANO, FRANK C. 
North Valley Stream 
Long Island, NY 
MANDELL, ROBERT L. 
287 Spiers Rd. 
Newton Center, MA 
MANGANO, 

SANDRA A. 
2 Kane Dr. 
Scituate, MA 
MANNERING, 

DURWARD A. 
Bank of Delaware 
Wilmington, DE 
MANNING, ANNE C. 
73 Sawyer Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
MANNING, JOHN T. 
17427 Shelburne 
Cleveland Hts., OH 



MANNING, MARTIN J. 
34 Holden Rd. 
Belmont, MA 
MANNING, MARY 
59 Marshall St. 
Watertown, MA 
MANNIX, ANN MARIE 
4 Blithedale Street 
Newtonville, MA 
MANSFIELD, 

CHRISTOPHER C. 
88 Northampton St. 
Easthampton, MA 
MARANO, ALBERT R. 
166 Pearl Lake Rd. 
Waterbury, CT 
MARETT, LOUIS Q. 
8112 11th Avenue 
Brooklyn, NY 
MARIANI, GORGE M. 
34 Elm St. 
Worcester, MA 
MARKS, ROBERT H. 
560 Eastern Ave. 
Lynn, MA 

MARLEY, STEPHEN J. 
9 Derry Rd. 
Hyde Park, MA 
MARR, KATHLEEN A. 
4 Fox Meadow Lane 
Arlington, MA 
MARTENS, JAMES P. 
9 Stephen St. 
Manchester, CT 
MARTIN, EILEEN M. 
17 Deerfield Road 
Norwood, MA 
MARTIN, KATHLEEN 
33 Janebar Circle 
Framingham, MA 
MARTIN, KENNETH A. 
17 Fair Oaks Rd. 
Dedham, MA 
MARTIN, PAUL F. 
7 Larch Rd. 
Lynn, MA 

MARTIN, THOMAS R. 
3805 Devonshire 
Midland, Ml 
MARTONE, 

NICHOLAS L. 
11 Valentine Ave. 
Glen Cove, NY 
MARZETTI, PHILIP J. 
5932 25th Ave. SE 
Washington, DC 
MASTERSON, JOHN M. 
31 Overlook Rd. 
Morristown, NJ 
MATARESE, ROCCO J. 
221 Superior Ave. 
Newington, CT 



MATTO, GLENN M. 
587 North Main St. 
Mansfield, MA 
MAY, JAMES M. 
12 Marlboro Rd. 
Valley Stream, NY 
MAY, WARREN, L. 
MAYER, JOHN H. 
202 Ellington Road 
Longmeadow, MA 
MAYERS, JOANNE L. 
180 Circuit St. 
Norwell, MA 
MAYNE, DENNIS J. 
35 Wicklow St. 
Maiden, MA 
MC ALINDEN, JOHN P. 
2313 Ross Road 
Silver Spring, MD 
MC AULIFFE, JOHN V. 
736 Mildred St. 
Teaneck, NJ 
MC AULIFFE, 

STEPHEN W. 
84 Colonel Bell Dr. 
Brockton, MA 
MC AULIFFE, 

WILLIAM T. 
4 Gary Ave. 
Milton, MA 
MC CABE, JOHN B. 
26 Clark St. 
Somerville, MA 
MC CABE, KEVIN M. 
2 Fairlawn Court 
Rye, NY 
MCCARTHY, 

CARLTON R. 
1170 Tremont St. 
Roxbury, MA 
MCCARTHY, 

CHRISTOPHER 
273 Vinton St. 
Melrose, MA 
MCCARTHY, JOSEPH J. 
4812 W. St. NW 
Washington, DC 
MCCARTHY, 

KATHLEEN A. 
50 Metropolitan Ave. 
Roslindale, MA 
MC CARTHY, ROBERT 
24 John St. 
Maiden, MA 
MC CARTHY, 

THOMAS W. 
24 Paul Gore St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
MC CARTY, JANE M. 
50 Tonawanda St. 
Dorchester, MA 
MC CARTY, KEVIN R. 



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MC CARTY, KEVIN R. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA. 
MCCAUSLAND, 

MAUREEN 
305 South Shore Rd. 
Absecon, NJ 
MCCAUSLAND, 

MICHAEL 
762 Linden Way 
Franklin Lakes, NJ 
MC COLGAN, 

GEORGE M. 
68 Montclair Ave. 
Roslindale, MA 
MC COLGAN, KEVIN J. 
120 Woodard Rd. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
MC CONNELL, 

MARY A. 
1320 Montgomery Ave. 
Rosemont, PA 
MC COOL, 

FRANKLIN D. 
88 Shrewsbury St. 
W. Boylston, MA 
MC CUE, DAVID J. 
10 Hallen Ave. 
Milton, MA 
MCCULLOUGH, 

JOSEPH H. 
116 Westgate Road 
Wellesley, MA 
MC CUSKER, HUGH F. 
35 Burton St. 
Brighton, MA 
MCDONALD, JAMES L. 
10 Oak St. 
Danvers, MA 
MCDONALD, 

RICHARD P. 
25 Thompson St. 
Amesbury, MA 
MCDONNELL, 

KATHLEEN M. 
134 Emory Rd. 
Mineola, NY 
MCDONOUGH, 

GERALD A. 
42 Brookfield Rd. 
Waltham, MA 
MC DONOUGH, PAUL 
MC ETTRICK, DAVIDS. 
16 Brush Hill Terrace 
Hyde Park, MA 
MC GEE, TERRENCE 
19 Lincoln Rd. 
Peabody, MA 
MCGOURTY, 
BRENDAN J. 
78 Prospect St. 
W. Newton, MA 



MC GOVERN, 

GERALD J. 
229 Lawrence Lane 
Glen Cover, NY 
MC GOVERN, 

MARYBETH E. 

109 Purdon Ave. 
Lynn, MA 

MC GOVERN, 

PATRICK J. 
3284 Kennedy Blvd. 
jersey City, NJ 
MCGOWAN, 

PATRICIA 
531 Prospect Ave. 
Oradell, NJ 

MC GRAIL, MARYBETH 
252 Common St. 
Belmont, MA 
MCGRANAHAN, 

PHILIP H. 
67 Wottinghill Rd. 
Brighton, MA 
MC GRATH, KEVIN C. 
14 Perkins Road 
Winchester, MA 
MC HUGH, PAUL 
28 Coolidge Rd. 
Belmont, MA 
MC INNIS, CHARLES T. 
206 Ash Street 
Waltham, MA 
MC INNIS, MARTIN 

110 Union St. 
Rockland, MA 
MCKEE, CHRISTOPHER 
112 Alder Drive 
Briarcliff Manor, NY 
MC LAUGHLIN, 

ALICE T. 
5 Prescott St. 
Charlestown, MA 
MCLAUGHLIN, 

•EUGENE F. 
30 Tunxis Rd. 
West Hartford, CT 
MC LAUGHLIN, 

JAMES E. 
30 Bowdon Rd. 
Greenlawn, NY 
MC LAUGHLIN, 

JOHN W. 
30 Bearse Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
MC LAUGHLIN, 

LYNN A. 
1354 Clover Lane 
Libertyville, IL 
MCLAUGHLIN, 

MICHAEL P. 
48 Wallingford Rd. 
Brighton, MA 



MCLAUGHLIN, 

SHARON E. 
149 Bowdoin St. 
Winthrop, MA 
MC LEAVEY, KAREN 
20 Vina! St. 
Revere, MA 
MCLOUGHLIN, 

DENNIS 
189 Lee Ave. 
Hicksville, NY 
MCMACKIN, JAMES C. 

71 Pontiac Road 
Quincy, MA 

MC MAHON, MARY T. 
17 Doran Rd. 
Brookline, MA 
MCMANUS, ROBERT J. 
43 Morse St. 
Watertown, MA 
MC NAMARA, 

MATTHEW J. 
Ill Russ St. 
Randolph, MA 
MC NAMARA, 

MICHELE E. 
30 Hewlett St. 
Waterbury, CT 
MC NAMARA, 

RICHARD B. 
642 Morningside Ave. 
Linden, NJ 
MC NAMARA, 

THERESA A. 
8 Myrtlebank Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
MC NAMARA, 

WILLIAM P. 

72 Plymouth Rd. 
Plandome, NY 

MC NULTY,EDWARD P. 
33 Hollis Street 
East Milton, MA 
MC SHANE, JOSEPH M. 
Jesuit Stud Be 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
MC SHANE, PATRICIA 
30 No. Crescent Cir. 
Brighton, MA 
MC SWEENEY, JOHN F. 
30 Woodland Dr. East 
Groton, CT 
MC WILLIAMS, 
MICHAEL E. 
8004 Greentree Rd. 
Bethesda, MD 
MEAD, JAMES G. 
58 Channing St. 
Wollaston, MA 
MEAGHER, GEORGE A. 
20 Elton St. 
Dorchester, MA 



MEEHAN, EUGENE T. 
52 Larch Ave. 
Dumont, NJ 
MEEHAN, MICHAEL M. 
26 Locksley Rd. 
Lynnfield, MA 
MEISSNER, BRIAN G. 
3512 Woodridge Rd. 
Cleveland Hts., OH 
MENSCHING, 

EUGENE F. 
437 Greene Ave. 
Sayville, NY 

MESSECAR, MARILYN J. 
47 Ledyard St. 
New London, CT 
METHOT, ANN L. 
5 Third St. 
Plainfield, CT 
METZLER, DANIEL A. 
45 River St. 
Salamanaca, NY 
MEYER, CARL A. 
210 Wren St. 
West Roxbury, MA 
MEYERS, BRUCE W. 
18 Winston Rd. 
Dorchester, MA 
MICELI, ROBERT G. 
183 Atlantic Rd. 
Gloucester, MA 
MICHERONE, 

STEPHEN R. 
167 I Street 
Boston, MA 
MICKENS, WILLIAM A. 
Western Ave. 
Sherborn, MA 
MIGAUSKY, STEPHEN J. 
80 Benton Rd. 
Somerville, MA 
MILLER, DONALD R. 
2227 James St. 
Aliquippa, PA 
MILLER, TIMOTHY J. 
4491 Aicholtz Rd. 
Cincinnati, OH 
MINGOLELLI, 

PATRICK N. 
28 Orient Ave. 
E. Boston, MA 
MIRABILE, 

RICHARD F. 
144 Perkins St. 
Somerville, MA 
MOKABA, EDWARD J. 
21 Saint Rose Street 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
MOLLOY, 

MAUREEN M. 
.49 Whitten St. 
Dorchester, MA 



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MONAHAN, BRIAN B. 
5 Cricket Circle 
Scituate, MA 
MONAHAN, 
RICHARD C. 

5 Cricket Circle 
Scituate, MA 
MONAHAN, ROBERT P. 
RR #3 

Barrington, IL 
MONKS, NANCY L. 
"20 Bay State Road 
Natick, MA 

MONROE, MICHAEL J. 
1154 Evergreen Ave. 
Plainfield, NJ 
MONROE, ROBERT J. 
653 Chestnut Hill Ave. 
Brookline, MA 
MONROY, JEFFREY D. 
R.D. 2 

Hammondsport, NY 
MOORE, ROBERT H. 
31 Morton Street 
Brockton, MA 
MOORE, THOMAS J. 
1419 N. Keystone Ave. 
River Forest, IL 
MORAN, P. M. 

6 Highfield Terrace 
Roslindale, M'A 
MORELL, PEDRO A. 
Santurce 

Puerto Rico 
MORGAN, 
VIRGINIA M. 

25 McKinnon Avenue 
Milton, MA 
MORIARTY, 

CORNELIUS J. 
1109 Dwight St. 
Holyoke, MA 
MORIARTY, KAREN A. 
73 Sargent Street 
Needham, MA 
MORIARTY, ROBERT J. 

26 Bow Street 
Melrose, MA 
MORIN, JOHN 

100 Colbourne Cres 
Brookline, MA 
MORNEAULT, 

HENRY D. 
16 Main St. 
Van Buren, ME 
MORONEY, 

KATHERINE T. 
157 Metropolitan Ave. 
Roslindale, MA 
MOROZ, DONALD P. 
28 Douglas Dr. 
Cresskill, NJ 



MORRA, MARY M. . 
11 Matchett Street 
Brighton, MA 
MORRIS, JAMES F. 
297 First Street 
Melrose, MA 
MORRISON, 

WILLIAM J. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
MORRISSEY, MAUREEN 
37 Brook St. 
Newington, CT 
MORSE, EDWARD 
124 Ridge Ave. 
Newton Centre, MA 
MOTYL, THEODORE S. 
90 Parsons St. 
Easthampton, MA 
MOYSTON, MARIAN V. 
8 Arlington Rd. Ext. 
Burlington, MA 
MUCCI, MICHAEL C. 
632 Washington Ave. 
Revere, MA 
MUCCI, RICHARD L. 
105 Fulton St. 
Medford, MA 
MUCHERINI, NEAL F. 
65 Norman Rd. 
Melrose, MA 
MULCAHY, 

JACQUELINE M. 
20 Donasetti Rd. 
Wellesley, MA 
MULDOON, ROBERT C. 
54 Central Ave. 
Milton, MA 

MULHERN, MATTHEW 
221 Greenway Rd. 
Ridgewood, NJ 
MULLEN, CYNTHIA J. 
17 Beech St. 
Woodsville, NH 
MULLEN, DONALD E. 
11 James Way 
Scituate, MA 
MULLEN, MARY C. 
89 Johnswood Road 
Roslindale, MA 
MULLEN, THOMAS A. 
254 Cochituate Rd. 
Framingham, MA 
MULVANEY, MARK A. 
205 High Ridge Ave. 
Ridgefield, CT 
MULVEY, GERARD B. 
29 Linden Place 
Brookline, MA 
MULVEY, KENNETH J. 
165 Alston Ave. 
New Haven, CT 



MULVIHILL, JUSTINE P. 
212-60 Whitehall Terr. 
Queens Village, NY 
MUNDHENK, 
CHARLES F. 
52 Shortridge Dr. 
Mineola, NY 
MURPHY, DAVID J. 
371 Brimfield Rd. 
Wethersfield, CT 
MURPHY, FRANCIS V. 

4 Glenhill Terrace 
Maynard, MA 
MURPHY, J. G. JR. 
28 Cotton St. 
Roslindale, MA 
MURPHY, JAMES M. 
26 Leonard St. 
Somerville, MA 
MURPHY, JOHN B. 
25 Redcoat Drive 

E Brunswick, NJ 
MURPHY, JOHN F. 

17 Henry Street 
Brookline, MA 
MURPHY, JOSEPH G. 
82 Herbert Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
MURPHY, JOSEPH P. 
60 Crockett Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
MURPHY, JULIA A. 
30 Fairmont Street 
Belmont, MA 
MURPHY, PAUL J. 
362 Rindge Ave. 
Cambridge, MA 
MURPHY, PAUL T. 
74 Hamilton St. 
Quincy, MA 
MURPHY, PAUL T. 
77 Ripley St. 
Newton, MA 
MURPHY, PETER A. 

5 Brower Place 
Port Chester, NY 
MURPHY, 

ROBERT E. 
136 Arnold Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
MURPHY, ROBERT P. 

18 Rowe St. 
Melrose, MA 
MURPHY, SANDRA 
57 Quirk St. 
Watertown, MA 
MURPHY, STEPHEN P. 
324 Main St. 
Hingham, MA 
MURPHY, THOMAS E. 
2133 Gerard Court 
Yorktown Heights, NY 



MURPHY, THOMAS F. 
287 Steere St. 
Attleboro, MA 
MURRAY, ANNE 
106 Waban Hill Rd. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
MURRAY, JAMES V. 
174 Norfolk Ave. 
Swampscott, MA 
MURRAY, MARJORIE H. 
84 Lyman Rd. 
Milton, MA 
MURRAY, PHILIP 
4 Lexington Rd. 
New City, NY 
MURRMAN,MARITA K. 
69 Windmill Lane 
Arlington, MA 
NAGLE, MARGARET A. 

50 Willow Rd. 
Nahant, MA 
NARDONE, CARL F. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
NARKUN, MICHAEL W. 
44 Hanks Street 
Lowell, MA 
NATALIZIA, JOHN J. 
128 Central Ave. 
Johnston, Rl 
NATCHEK, DANIEL L. 
5251 North 83rd St. 
Milwaukee, Wl 
NAZZARO, JOSEPH A. 
71 Prospect Ave. 
Revere, MA 
NEALON, KEVIN G. 
104 E. Lenox St. 

Chevy Chase, MD 
NEALON, WILLIAM M. 
13 Van Zandt St. 
Schenectady, NY 
NEAS, JOHN H. 
1 Colby Ave. 
Framingham, MA 
NELLIGAN, THOMAS J. 
6 North Cliff St. 
Ansonia, CT 
NEUMANN, MARY D. 
189 Chestnut Hill Ave. 
Brighton, MA 
NIEDZWIECKI, NANCY 
730 Howard Ave. 
Bridgeport, CT 
NIGRO, FRANK J. 
123 Meadowgate 
Wethersfield, CT 
NILAND, LAWRENCE J. 
582 Hatherly Rd. 
N. Scituate, MA 
NILES, LUCILLE E. 

51 Elm Ave. 
Quincy, MA 



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NOONAN, 

DEBORAH C. 
10 Prospect Ave. 
Scituate, MA 
NOONAN, FRANCIS X. 
10 Prospect Ave. 
Scituate, MA 
NOONAN, THOMAS L. 
Park Crest 
Barnesville, PA 
NOONE, JOHN T. 
71 Colby Rd. 
North Quincy, MA 
NORRIS, RICHARD P. 
9 Pearl St. 
Beverly, MA 
NOTTER, MARY 
109 Kilburn Rd. 
Garden City, NY 
NOVAK, JAMES C. 
1327 Kay Parkway 
Ann Arbor, Ml 
NOYES, RICHARD J. 
15 Summit St. 
Glen Ridge, NJ 
O'BRIEN, ALISON M. 
377 Essex St. 
Salem, MA 

O'BRIEN, HOWARD F. 
6 Herzig St. 
Bristol, Rl 

O'BRIEN, JOSEPH P. 
5 Partridge Ave. 
Somerville, MA 
O'BRIEN, KATHLEEN A. 
4 Lawndale Rd. 
Stoneham, MA 
O'BRIEN, KATHLEEN J. 
1 Merideth Way 
Weymouth, MA 
O'BRIEN, MARK K. 
43 Lynn Fells Pkwy. 
Melrose, MA 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT A. 
29 Slayton Rd. 
Melrose, MA 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT E. 
31 Stetson St. 
Brookline, MA 
O'BRIEN, 

THEODORE H. 
151 "H" St. 
S. Boston, MA 
O'BRIEN, WILLIAM D. 
213 Hi-Lusi 
Mt. Prospect, IL 
O'CONNELL, EILEEN M. 
56 Prospect Ave. 
Norwood, MA 
O'CONNELL, JULIE 
34 Kenney St. 
Needham, MA 



O'CONNOR, 

EDWARD P. 
9 Rangeley Road 
Watertown, MA 
O'CONNOR, 

GREGORY P. 
41 Huron Circle 
Dorchester, MA ' 
O'CONNOR, JOHN F. 
404 Blue Hill Ave. 
Milton, MA 

O'CONNOR, MARY M. 
261 Walnut St. 
Lynn, MA 
O'CONNOR, 

MICHAEL P. 
28 Willowbrook Place 
Stamford, CT 
O'CONNOR, RORY E. 
93-16 245 Street 
Bellerose, NY 
O'DONNELL, JULIA A. 
31 Maple St. 
New Bedford, MA 
O'DONNELL, 

PATRICIA M. 
220 Neponset Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
O'DONNELL, 

WILLIAM F. 
31 Maple St. 
New Bedford, MA 
O'DWYER, MICHAEL F. 
30 Dudley St. 
Cambridge, MA 
O'HAGAN, JOHN F. 
860 Pleasantville Rd. 
Briarcliff, NY 
O'HAGEN, KEVIN P. 
3480 Roxbury Ave. 
Wantagh, NY 
O'HARA, JEAN M. 
9 Eliot St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
O'HARA, JOHN P. 
1179 Main St. 
Athol, MA 

O'KEEFE, MICHAEL D. 
285 Newton St. 
Waltham, MA 
O'LEARY, ARTHUR J. 
96 Willow St. 
Westwood, MA 
O'LOUGHLIN, 

PATRICIA A. 
360 Old Lancaster Rd. 
Sudbury, MA 
O'MALLEY, EUGENE F. 
21 Furber Lane 
Newton Centre, MA 
O'MALLEY, GEORGE C. 
526 East 20th St. 




New York, NY 
O'MALLEY, JAMES D. 
375 Terosalem Rd. 
Cohasset, MA 
O'MALLEY, JANET M. 
136 Kemper St. 
Wollaston, MA 
O'MALLEY, SUSAN M. 
389 Eliot St. 
Ashland, MA 
O'NEIL, JOHN M. 
38 Cherry Place 
W. Newton, MA 
O'NEIL, KEVIN W. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
O'NEILL, 

CHRISTOPHER R. 
26 Russell St. 
Cambridge, MA 
O'NEILL, DIANE M. 
19 Huntington Rd. 
Milton, MA 

O'NEILL, KATHLEEN M. 
22 Stearns St. 
Maiden, MA 



O'NEILL, ROBERT J. 
11 Avon St. 
Stoneham, MA 
O'NEILL, WILLIAM A. 
4 Fenton St. 
Hopkinton, MA 
O'NEILL, WILLIAM R. 
638 Grove St. 
Rahway, NJ 
O'ROURKE, 

THOMAS B. 
67 Paris St. 
Medford, MA 
O'SHEA, JANE M. 
38 Parkview Rd. 
Waltham, MA 
O'TOOLE, JAMES M. 
35 Academy Rd. 
Leominster, MA 
O'TOOLE, MICHAEL J. 
22 Strafford Rd. 
Westwood, MA 
OLIVER!, ANTHONY D. 
85 Bryant St. 
Everett, MA 
OLIVERl, NICHOLAS J. 



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82 Harwich St. 
Hartford, CT 
OLSEN, CAROL 
Richardson Drive 
Middlebury, CT 
OSBORNE, PAUL D. 

30 Victory Ave. 
Milton, MA 

OSTERGREN, JOHN M. 
490 Washington St. 
Norwood, MA 
OUELLETTE, AYN T. 

37 Silver St. 
Waterbury, CT 
PABIAN, PATRICIA M. 
52 Mt. Vernon St. 
Somerville, MA 
PADUANO, STEPHEN J. 

31 Pocono Lane 
Danbury, CT 
PACE, EARL M. 
67 Westfield Rd. 
Warwick, Rl 
PAGE, JOHN K. 
37 Gadoury Drive 
Cumberland, Rl 
PAGE, RICHARD A. 
143 Spring St. 
Quincy, MA 
PAIGE, ROBERT E. 

5 Station Ave. 
Haddon Heights, NJ 
PALAIMA, STEPHEN J. 
82 Tremont St. 
Cambridge, MA 
PALLADINO, 

LAWRENCE M. 
1868 Commonwealth 

Ave. 
Brighton, MA 
PALLAI, DAVID F. 
2036 Arlington Terr. 
Alexandria, VA 
PALMER, 

SR. MARGARET 
2100 Dorchester Ave. 
Boston, MA 

PALMIERI, VIRGINIA M. 
420 Pond St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
PALUCH, PETER T. 
45 Gaylord St. 
Chicopee, MA 
PAONE, MARTIN P. 
47 Winthrop Ave. 
Revere, MA 
PARK, ANNE M. 
40 Alpha Rd. 
Dorchester, MA 
PASQUARIELLO, 

LINDA 
21 Stone Ave. 



Somerville, MA 
PAULTER, EDWARD S. 
193 Paterson Ave. 
Paterson, NJ 
PAVIA, RICHARD P. 
146 Lakewood Rd. 
Manasquan, NJ 
PEARLMAN, DAVID 
22 Salisbury Rd. 
Brookline, MA 
PELLOW, DAVID M. 
103 Wellesley Rd. 
Syracuse, NY 
PENNACCHIO, 

JOSEPH L. 
60 Vane St. 
Revere, MA 
PEREGRIN, GUY C. 
17 West 28th St. 
Bayonne, NJ 
PERISANO, 

SALVATORE V. 
675 Water St. 
New York, NY 
PERRY, ROBERT J. 

17 Gorham St. 
Somerville, MA 
PERRY, WILLIAM P. 
48 Bennett St. 
Stamford, CT 
PETERS, GEORGE T. 

7 Nazing Court, Apt. 8 
Roxbury, MA 
PETERSON, JOHN C. 
662 Jerusalem Rd. 
Cohasset, MA 
PETTORUTO, 
ROBERT L. 
29 Brown St. 
Methuen, MA 
PEZZELLA, PAULA M. 
86 Arborway 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
PHALEN, JAMES S. 
34 Chickering Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
PHELAN, JAMES P. 

18 Terhune Rd. 
Clark, NJ 

PICCOLE, ALAN R. 
65 Lawton Ave. 
Lynn, MA 
PIEMONTE, 

BARBARA A. 
25 Stickney Rd. 
Medford, MA 
PIETTE, DONALD F. 
904 Mendon Rd. 
Woonsocket, Rl 
PIJEWSKI, GEORGE 
4 Sumner Square 
Dorchester, MA 



PINK, CECILIA M. 
538 Ward St. 
Newton Centre, MA 
PISANO, ANNETTE M. 
300 Prospect Ave. 
Revere, MA 
PISCOPO, LOUIS 
1477 Palisade Ave. 
Fort Lee, NJ 
PIZZI, MARIANNE 
623 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham, MA 
PLASSE, MICHELE 

10 Crown St. 
Webster, MA 
PLATT, ALLEN E. 
20 Howland St. 
Roxbury, MA 
PLUM, JEFFREY J. 
2518 Whitt Rd. 
Kingsville, MD 
POIRIER, SUZANNE E. 
27 Michele Lane 
Braintree, MA 
POKLEMBA, LOUISE 
172 Foster St. 
Boston, MA 
POLITO, ANTHONY T. 

11 View South Ave. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
POPIAK, RENA A. 
20 Klebart Ave. 
Webster, MA 
PORTER, ANDREW J. 
2 Jamaica Place 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
POTTER, ANN E. 

95 Webster St. 
Westwood, MA 
POTTER, JOHN R. 
15 White St. 
Quincy, MA 
POULIOT, RONALD E. 
15 Collins St. 
Amesbury, MA 
POWER, DAVID G. 
98 North St. 
Norfolk, MA 
POWER, SUSAN M. 
251 Washington St. 
Canton, MA 
POWERS, JOHN J. 
68 Gould St. 
Wakefield, MA 
POWERS, RICHARD E. 
55 Adams St. 
Medford, MA 
POWERS, THOMAS B. 
148 Wianno Ave. 
Osterville, MA 
PRATT, KATHLEEN M. 
52 Simpson Ave. 



W. Somerville, MA 
PRCHLIK, JOHN 
94 N. Hayden Pkwy. 
Hudson, OH 
PRENNEY, 

BRADFORD L. 
104 Suffolk St. 
Chelsea, MA 
PREVITE, ROSEMARY E. 
14 Brookdale Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
PRIANTE, JOSEPH R. 
138 Allerton Rd. 
Newton, MA 
PRISCO, EDWARD K. 
70 Ralston Ave. 
S. Orange, NJ 
PRIZIO, JOSEPH V. 
356 Shrewsbury St. 
Worcester, MA 
PROVEY, JOSEPH R. 

20 Eastwood Rd. 
Norwalk, CT 
PROVOST, DAVID C. 
25 Parker St. 
Arlington, MA 
PRUYN, ROBERT J. 
22 Earned St. 
Framingham, MA 
PUGSLEY, BARBARA 
24 Pearl St. 
Dorchester, MA 
PUORRO, THOMAS A. 
790 Huron Rd. 
Franklin Lakes, NJ 
PUTNAM, ROBERT F. 

21 Howard St. 
Randolph, MA 
QUANN, DAVID L. 
30 Longfellow Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
QUEALY, SUZANNE M. 
214 Elmwood Rd. 
Needham, MA 
QUINLAN, LINDA A. 
108 Lincoln St. 
Hingham, MA 
QUINN, JAMES M. 
4106 Manner Gate Dr. 
Louisville, KY 
QUINN, KATHLEEN A. 
47 Centennial Ave. 
Gloucester, MA 
QUINN, KEVIN F. 
2905 Santa Barbara 
Brookfield, Wl 
QUITT, BENARR M. 

10 Russet Hill 
Sherborn, MA 
RACANELLI, EUGENE 
2323 Centre Ave. 
Bellmore, Long Is,. NY 



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RAFFERTY, KEVIN M. 
28 Gould St. 
Stoneham, MA 
RAHAIM, GEORGE L. 
119 Washington St. 
Marblehead, MA 
RANSFORD, EDWARD 

22 Cottage St. 
Freedonia, NY 
RAPOZA, ROBERT A. 
201 Whipple St. 

Fall River, MA 
REARDON, 

CHRISTOPHER F. 
39 Club Rd. 
Stamford, CT 
REARDON, DANIEL J. 
182 Ettrick St. 
Brockton, MA 
REARDON, MARK A. 
84 Elm St. 
Cohasset, MA 
REDD, KATHY 

I Schuyler St. 
Boston, MA 
REDDINGTON, 

KEVIN ). 
46 Sullivan Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 
REGA, FRANCES 

II Montfern Ave. 
Revere, MA 
REGAN, JOHN M. 
1120 Fifth Ave. 
New York, NY 
REID, ANN L. 
3801 -17th St. NE 
Washington, DC 
REIDY, PATRICIA 
150 Lake St. 

East Weymouth, MA 
REILLY, ELIZABETH J. 
428 Raymond St. 
Rockville Center, NY 
REILLY, MARY ANN 
68 Circuit Ave. 
N. Worcester, MA 
REISER, ROBERT A. 
2419 West Street 
Union City, NJ 
REXACH, ROBERT M. 

23 Arellano Blvd. 
Bayamon, PR 
RHEAUME, ROBERT D. 
65 Arizona St. 

Fall River, MA 
RICE, WALLACE 
90 Walnut Ave. 
Roxbury, MA 

RICHARDSON,WILLIAM T. 
48 Polo Rd. 
Massapequa, NY 



RIDEOUT, 

EDWARD J. 
27 Third St. 
Medford, MA 
RILEY, CHRISTOPHER 
330 Grove St. 
Medford, MA 
RILEY, GERALD F. 
10713 Riverview Rd. 
Oxon Hill, MD 
RIORDAN, DENNIS P. 
40 Hillcrest PI. 
Westwood, MA 
RIPPMAN, 

RAYMOND B. 
37 Highland Circle 
Wayland, MA 
RIZZA, KENNETH J. 
Lime Street 
Bonita Springs, FL 
ROACH, JOHN J. 
169 Charlton St. 
Arlington, MA 
ROACH, STEPHEN 
26 Geo Aggot Rd. 
Needham, MA 
ROBBINS, THOMAS W. 
5 Strawberry Hill Rd. 
Southboro, MA 
ROBERGE, MARGARET 
340 Dickinson St. 
Springfield, MA 
ROBERTS, NANCY E. 
36 Audubon Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
ROBERTS, 

RAYMOND K. 
77 Prospect Ave. 
Hackensack, NJ 
ROBEY, FRANK A. 
9617 Dewmar Lane 
Kensington, MD 
ROBINSON, PATRICIA 
2 Aberdeen Rd. 
Arlington, MA 
ROCHE, GERARD P. 
82 Ballou St. 
Quincy, MA 
ROCHE, MARY E. 
1 Chatham St. Ext. 
Maiden, MA 
ROCKETT, GEOFFREY J. 
50 Gay St. 
Norwood, MA 
RODDY, JAMES 
61 Stratford St. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
RODRIQUEZ, 

HENRY A. 
269 St., 19 Ext. S. 

Augustin 
Rio Piedras, PR 



ROGERS, GERALD P. 
8 South St. 
Baltimore, MD 
ROGERS, HAROLD 
1054 Washington St. 
Gloucester, MA 
ROHAN, BARBARA D. 
56 Needham St. 
Dedham, MA 
ROLFE, ROBERT A. 
33 Julius St. 
Hartford, CT 
ROMANO, CHARLES A. 
173 Farren Ave. 
New Haven, CT 
ROMANOWSKI, 

JOHN H. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
RONDEAU, MICHAEL J. 
2507 West St. 
Wrentham, MA 
ROONEY, JOSEPH 
242 Payson Rd. 
Belmont, MA 
ROSA, FRANCIS 
58 Valleyfield St. 
Lexington, MA 
ROSE, KENNETH W. 
67 Woonsocket Hill Rd. 
Woodsocket, Rl 
ROSTEK, CARL D. 
RFD #1 Somers Rd. 
Stafford Springs, CT 
ROTCHFORD, ROBERT E. 
89 Waverly Ave. 
Eastchester, NY 
ROTHWELL, 

BERNARD J. 
72 Cliff Rd. Box 132 
Wellesley Hills, MA 
ROULSTON, DAVID 
20 Springvale Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
ROUSE, JUDITH 
7032 Torresdale Ave. 
Philadelphia, PA 
ROWLEY, KATHLEEN D. 
95 Crowninshield Rd. 
Brookline, MA 
RUBIN, MICHAEL 
16 Power House Rd. Ext. 
Medford, MA 
RUDIS, VICTOR A. 
652 Dorchester Ave. 
S. Boston, MA 
RUFF, ROBERT G. 
9814 Summit Ave. 
Kensington, MD 
RUFO, ROBERT C. 
3 Allen Rd. 
Brigbton, MA 



RYAN, JAMES B. 
367 Ocean Drive West 
Stamford, CT 
RYAN, JAMES V. 
17 Prince St. 
Needham, MA 
RYAN, JOHN D. 
34 Sixth St. 
Providence, Rl 
RYAN, KATHLEEN M. 
114 Turney Rd. 
Fairfield, CT 
RYAN, KATHLEEN T. 
24 Harold St. 
Somerville, MA 
RZEWNICKI, 

ROBERT E. 
27 Eastlawn Dr. 
Torrington, CT 
SACCO, JOHN A. 
65 Beech St. 
Maywood, NJ 
SALERNO, JOSEPH T. 
5 Monica Dr. 
Edison, NJ 

SANDBERC, JOHN M. 
5 Colonial Drive 
Lincoln, Rl 

SANDERS, ROBERT L. 
548 Columbus Ave. 
Boston, MA 
SANTOS, MARK D. 
85 Old Post Rd. 
Walpole, MA 
SAPUTO, JOHN W. 
38685 Jahn Dr. 
Livonia, ME 
SARMIR, DANIEL 
33 Dinsmore Ave. 
Framingham, MA 
SAVARD, GERARD 
99 Oak St. 
Middleboro, MA 
SAYA, MICHAEL A. 
59 Mosely St. 
Dorchester, MA 
SCARLATOS, PETER 
30 Oakview Terr. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
SCARMINACH, 

ORRIE 
612 Park St. 
Syracuse, NY 
SCERRA, WILLIAM A. 
10 Elm St. 
Baldwinville, MA 
SCHAER, FRANK C. 
78-68 79 Lane 
Glendale, NY 
SCHELL, CATHERINE M. 
• 46 Conant Street 
South Acton, MA 



I 



356 



SCHIPPANI, 

MICHAEL J. 
40 Lilibeth Drive 
Stratford, CT 
SCHLICTING, 

STEPHEN A. 
55 Dartmouth St. 
Belmont, MA 
SCHMID, PETER A. 
412 Beverly Dr. 
Syracuse, NY 
SCHMIDT, CHARLES E. 
33 Pennsylvania Blvd. 
Bellerose, NY 
SCHOENFELD,CLARE A. 
515 Beacon St. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
SCHWAB, MARK ). 
147 Summit Ave. 
Buffalo, NY 
SCOBBO, NICHOLAS 
26 Highland Ave. 
Port Washington, NY 
SCOTT, DENISE M. 
5 Fenwick Place 
Roxbury, MA 
SCOTT, KATHLEEN 
45 Magnolia St. 
Dorchester, MA 
SCOTT, ROBERT A. 
511 West Delaware 
Urbana, IE 
SECOR, MARY A. 
Ferry Road 
Hadlyme, CT 
SECERSON, PATRICK C. 
101 Bliss Mine Rd. 
Newport, Rl 
SENNOTT, MARY 
14 Robinson Park 
Winchester, MA 
SERVIN, LINDA J. 
57 Ferndale Rd. 
Wollaston, MA 
SHACK, JOHN G. 
10 Valley Rd. 
Woburn, MA 
SHAHEEN, SARA E. 
21 Bradley Rd. 
Utica, NY 

SHANAHAN, GEORGE 
240 No. St. 
Weymouth, MA 
SHANAHAN, KATHLEEN 
52 Lewis Ave. 
Arlington, MA 
SHANLEY, VINCENT ). 
62 Murdock St. 
Brighton, MA 
SHANNON, KEVIN J. 
140 Bellmore St. 
Floral Park, NY 



SHARKEY, 

STEPHEN C. 
498 Concord St. 
Lowell, MA 
SHEA, BRENDON F. 
58 Eliot St. 
Jamaica Plain, MA 
SHEA, DANIEL J. 
108 Wilkins Rd. 
Braintree, MA 
SHEA, JOHN T. 
1498 Golf St. 
Scotch Plains, NJ 
SHEA, JOSEPH R. 
61 Highcrest Terr. 
Roslindale, MA 
SHEA, RICHARD F. 
44 Jordan Ave. 
Wakefield, MA 
SHEEHAN, JOHN F. 
338 Stevens St. 
Lowell, MA 
SHEEHAN, ROBERT 
4730 Noyes St. 
San Diego, CA 
SHERBONDY, 

PATRICIA 
40 Lakeview Dr. 
Norwalk, CT 
SHERIDAN, ROBERT 
11 Orchard St. 
Everett, MA 
SHIELDS, RONALD F. 
532 Central Ave. 
Harrison, NJ 
SHONTELL, JOHN J. 
8 Whittlesey Ct. 
Niantic, CT 
SICO, MICHAEL G. 
110 Corcoran Park 
Cambridge, MA 
SIDOLI, JOHN V. 
118 Depot Place 
South Nyack, NY 
SIENIUC, BARBARA V. 
4 Cheryl Drive 
Millbury, MA 
SIGATY, MARY K. 
35 Chapman Rd. 
W. Hartford, CT 
SILVA, LUCIEN 
760 Second St. 
Fall River, MA 
SIMMONS, WILLIAM H. 
6 Strout Ave. 
Wilmington, MA 
SIMS, JAMES P. 
16 Jefferson St. 
Natick, MA 
SIMS, RANDALL L. 
38 Charmwood Rd. 
Pittsford, NY 



SINCAVAGE,GEORGE E. 
19 Lakeview Ave. 
West Haven, CT 
SINCLAIR, PAUL D. 
1230 West 61st Terr. 
Kansas City, MO 
SIROIS, CELIA M. 
65 Lowder St. 
Dedham, MA 
SKEHAN, KEVIN J. 
110 Ashburnham St. 
Fitchburg, MA 
SKIBA, CAROLYN J. 
R.F.D. 2 
Lisbon, CT 
SKIBA, ROBERT P. 
41 Commonwealth Ave. 
Newton, MA 
SLOCKBOWER, 

CHRISTINE F. 
2 Herman St. 
E. Paterson, NJ 
SMEGLIN, MICHAEL J. 
44 Springdale St. 
Dorchester, MA 
SMITH, BARBARA 
300 Jefferson Ave. 
River Edge, NJ 
SMITH, CHARLES W. 
6211 N. Knox Ave. 
Chicago, IL 
SMITH, DAVID W. 
125 Laurel Hill Ave. 
Norwich, CT 
SMITH, GARY S. 
54 Lafayette St. 
Laconia, NH 
SMITH, JEFFREY R. 
242 Bayville Ave. 
Bayville, NY 
SMITH, MARILYNNE J. 
23 Bradshaw St. 
Dorchester, MA 
SMITH, STEVEN R. 
196 Ruskindale Rd. 
Hyde Park, MA 
SMITH, THOMAS F. 
145 Kensington Ave. 
Jersey City, NJ 
SMOLENS, JOHN 

HARRISON 
29 Abbott Rd. 
Wellesley Hills, MA 
SOKOL, THOMAS G. 
4046 Tuxey Ave. 
Pittsburgh, PA 
SOMMERS, STEVEN 
7240 Winchester Dr. 
St. Louis, MO 
SPATOLA, MICHAEL A. 
10 California Ave. 
Milton, MA 



SPINA, JOSEPH A. 
276 Princeton St. 
E. Boston, MA 
SPINELLI, RALPH P. 
878 Broadway 
Chelsea, MA 
SPINELLO, RICHARD A. 
709 Metropolitan Ave. 
Boston, MA 
SPIRITO, NICHOLAS 
1755 Cranston St. 
Cranston, Rl 
SPITZIG, NORMAN J. 
9494 Galecrest Dr. 
Cincinnati, OH 
ST. GERMAIN, JOANNE E 
34 Albert St. 
Waltham, MA 
STAAB, ROBERT J. 
819 East Second Ave. 
Roselle, NJ 

STACK, FREDERICK J. 
71 Piedmont St. 
Arlington, MA 
STAKUTIS, PAUL A. 
595 Pleasant St. 
Milton, MA 
STALEY, ROBERT A. 
4 Robbins Ct. 
Norwich, CT 
STANDISH, PAUL A. 
41 Hillside Ave. 
Bridgeport, CT 
STANKAITIS, JOSEPH A. 
469 Coppermill Rd. 
Wethersfield, CT 
STANTON, 

CHRISTINE G. 
262 E. Shore Dr. 
Massapequa, NY 
STEVENSON, JOHN D. 
1 Dolplin Green #26 
Port Washington, NY 
STEWART, JAMES D. 
1550 Locust Street 
New Cumberland, PA 
STEWART, ROBERT M. 
BaJdwin Dr. R.D. 1 
Butler, NJ 
STOKES, LINDA J. 
358 Walnut Ave. #2 
Roxbury, MA 
STOTE, JOSEPH J. 
14 Lois Circle 
Monroe, CT 
STOUTE, PATRICK 
12 Appleton St. 
Waltham, MA 
STRACCIA, MARY 

ELLEN 
45 Lockeland Ave. 
Arlington, MA 



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STRAUS, HARRY H. 
8914 Clewerwall Dr. 
Bethesda, MD 
STRUCK, HARRY C. 
52 Nelson St. 
Providence, Rl 
STRUZZIERY, RITA M. 
73 Bellevue Hill Rd. 
W. Roxbury, MA 
SULLIVAN, 

CHRISTOPHER 
Old Meadow Road 
Dover, MA 

SULLIVAN, CORNELIUS 
114 Garden St. 
Needham, MA 
SULLIVAN, DENIS R. 
2701 Marion Ave. 
Bronx, NY 

SULLIVAN, EDMUND 
4 Rolling Ridge Rd. 
Andover, MA 
SULLIVAN, JAMES F. 
Thurton Dr. 
New Canaan, CT 
SULLIVAN, JAMES G. 
832 N. Wayne Ave. 
Wayne, PA 
SULLIVAN, JAMES J. 
202 M. Street 
S. Boston, MA 
SULLIVAN, JANICE M. 
40 Glenellen Rd. 
West Roxbury, MA 
SULLIVAN, JOHN W. 
104 Constitution St. 
Bristol, Rl 

SULLIVAN, KEVIN J. 
296 Willow St. 
So. Hannilton, MA 
SULLIVAN, 

LAWRENCE P. 
10 Albriglit St. 
West Roxbury, MA 
SULLIVAN, MARY B. 
43 Gray Cliff Road 
Newton Centre, MA 
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL J. 
237 Hellertown Ave. 
Qual<ertown, PA 
SULLIVAN, SHEILA M. 
108 Montague Rd. 
Savannah, GA 
SULLIVAN, THOMAS C. 
43 Edward St. 
CInicopee, MA 
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM 
463 Poplar St. 
Roslindale, MA 
SUMAR, PHILIP 
159 Raven Road 
Lowell, MA 



SURINA, DOUGLAS S. 
51 Richardson St. 
Leominster, MA 
SUTTON, JAMES R. 
29 Wayland Ave. 
Waterbury, CT 
SWANK, KEITH 
288 Elmwood Terrace 
Rochester, NY 
SWORDS, MICHAEL J. 
156 Adams St. 
Garden City, NY 
SYVERSON, CARL R. 
26 Norfolk St. 
Cranston, Rl 
SZELY, COLEMAN F. 

7 Harding Court 
Parl< Ridge, NJ 
SZOCIK, THOMAS H. 
Holman St, 
Lunenburg, MA 
TACCONE, 

ANTHONY F. 
188 Skyview Dr. 
Stamford, CT 
TAGLIERI, JOAN C. 
240 Central St. 
Stoughton, MA 
TANNER, WILLIAM B. 
Route 341 Warren 
Po New Preston, CT 
TEAGUE, PRISCILLA 
17 Granville St. 
Dorchester, MA 
TEDESCO, THOMAS M. 
221-34 108 Ave. 
Queens Village, NY 
TEHAN, DOROTHY 
43 Townhill St. 
Quihcy, MA 
TELLA, EDWARD R. 
Benenson Dr. 
Cos Cob, CT 
TENTERIS, DONALD 

8 Independence Ave. 
Franklin, NH 
TERRASI, 

SALVATORE 
18 Arthur St. 
Maynard, MA • 
TETREAULT, PHILIP E. 
4 Susie St. 
Moosup, CT 
THEBERGE, HENRY J. 
31 Davis St. 
Lawrence, MA 
THIEME, CHARLES E. 
73 River View Rd. 
Stamford, CT 
THOMAS, ADRIENNE L. 
630 Harbor View Rd. 
Orange, CT 



THOMAS, STEPHEN J. 
24 Horace St. 
E. Boston, MA 
THOMAS, WILLIAM J. 
1217 Crompond Rd. 
Peekskill, NY 
THOMPSON, DEBORAH 
35 Woodrow Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 
THOMPSON, GEORGE 
11 Strathmore Rd. 
Medford, MA 
THORNE, GREGORY E. 
181 High St. 
Ashland, MA 
THURNHER, 

CHARLES A. 
10 Lincoln St. 
Garden City, NY 
THYNE, WILLIAM J. 
1 Pond Terrace 
Arlington, MA 
TIERNEY, JOSEPH W. 
99 No. 4 St. 
Alleghany, NY 
TIERNEY, PAULA J. 
29 Copeland St. 
Waltham, MA 
TIGHE, ROBERT J. 
One Stuyvesant Oval 

New York, NY 
TIMMONS, KEVIN C. 

55 Arthur St. 

Braintree, MA 

TOBIN, MICHAEL P. 

301 Summit Ave. 

Syracuse, NY 

TOCCI, CARMINE M. 

35 Snow Street 

Brighton, MA 

TOMASZEWSKI, 
THEODORE P. 

1837 Gormley Ave. 

Merrick, NY 

TOPPIN, GERARD A. 

23 Newton St. 

Brighton, MA 

TORAN, ROGER 

69 Marshall St. 

Needham, MA 

TRACY, RICHARD 

5 Milton Street 

Dorchester, MA 

TRAIETTI, LUCIA E. 

140 Quincy Ave. 

Braintree, MA 

TRAINOR, MARY M. 

12 Hancock Ave. 

Lexington, MA 

TRAVERSE, PAUL G. 

42 Cleveland St. 

Arlington, MA 



TREVELONI, DAVID R. 
666 Main St. 
Ashland, MA 
TREVISANI, MARIA C. 
208 Cummins Highway 
Roslindale, MA 
TRUXILLO,TERRENCE H. 
5692 Bellaire Dr. 
New Orleans, LA 
TUCKER, FRANKLIN 
1 Howland St. 
Boston, MA 

TUPPER, LAWRENCE A. 
72 Leete Street 
West Haven, CT 
TURCOTTE, JOHN A. 
975 Cranbrook Drive 
Cleveland, OH 
TUREK, THOMAS J. 
128 Fiesta Heights 
Meriden, CT 
TURVEY, THOMAS J. 
2808 39th St. NW 
Washington, DC 
ULRICH, LAURENCE C. 
Jesuit Stud Be. 
Chestnut Hill, MA 
URBANOWICZ, 

JOHN A. 
921/2 Cross St. 
Somerville, MA 
VALLELY, JAMES F. 
34 Hereward St. 
Newton, MA 
VAN LINDA, BRIAN M. 
8 Chestnut Ave. 
Floral Park, NY 
VANDERWAL, 
■ MARGARET A. 
17 Eldridge Place 
Westwood, MA 
VARGOSKO, 

JONATHAN 
72 Prince St. 
Bridgeport, CT 
VARRIALE, STEVEN N. 
191 North Ave. 
Weston, MA 
VARTAIN, MICHAEL J. 
1214 Taft Ave. 
No. Merrick, NY 
VEGELANTE, 

MICHELE S. 
824 Winthrop Ave. 
Revere, MA 
VERBESEY, PAUL L. 
24 Astor Place 
Valley Stream, NY 
VERHEYLEWEGHEN, 

SUSAN M. 
• Round Hill Rd. 
Blooming Grove, NY 



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VERNON, STANLEY M. 

52 Adams Ave. 

Everett, MA 

VERRI, RICHARD G. 

126 Cold Brook Rd. 

Warwick, Rl 

VETRANO, 

NICHOLAS R. 
46 Marlboro St. 
Everett, MA 
VIDA, MARK A. 
1242 Steel Rd. 
Havertown, PA 
VILA, CARLOS R. 
P. O. Box 724 
U. Ponce, PR 
VITALI, PHILLIP 
180 Lamberton St. 
New Haven, CT 
VITO, KENNETH J. 
91 Cindy Ann Dr. 
E. Greenwich, Rl 
VOSSMER, ANNE M. 
26 White St. 
Cambridge, MA 
VUOZZO, ARTHUR J. 
23 Hillcrest Rd. 
Norwood, MA 
WAGNER, 

KATHERINE V. 

1 Parkway 
Franklin, PA 
WAITE, JAMES P. 
16 Poland Ave. 
Winchendon, MA 
WALBA, DAVID M. 
52 Trout Brook Ave. 
Milton, MA 
WALKER, 

BRUCE D. 
14 Shandon Rd. 
Boston, MA 
WALKER, JOHN P. 
16 Fairmont Avenue 
Newton, MA 
WALL, ELAINE M. 
36 Pearson Rd. 
Somerville, MA 
WALL, LORETTA M. 
482 Main St. 
Hanover, MA 
WALSH, 

BERNARD J. 
21 Shumway Circle 
Wakefield, MA 
WALSH, 

CHRISTOPHER J. 

2 Gedney Esplanade 
White Plains, NY 
WALSH, CLAIRE L. 
Ill Parker Rd. 
Needham, MA 



WALSH, JOHN ]. 
651 W. Roxbury Pkwy, 
W. Roxbury, MA 
WALSH, JOSEPH H. 
42 Cambo St. 
Brockton, MA 
WALSH, KEVIN J. 
24 Coronet Ave. 
Lincroft, NJ 
WALSH, MARY L. 
260 Chestnut St. 
W. Newton, MA 
WANTMAN, 

MARTIN H. 
373 Broadway 
Cambridge, MA 
WARD, DANIEL 
114 Maple St. 
Bridgeport, CT 
WARD, HENRY D. 
658 American 

Legion HWY. 
Westport, MA 
WATERS, JOSEPH J. 
1341 Pelhamdale Ave. 
Pelham Manor, NY 
WEBB, GREGORY 
284 Webster St. 
Needham Hts., MA 
WEBBER, JAMES F. 
106 Roosevelt Ave. 
Norwood, MA 
WEITZ, PAUL 
219 York St. 
Canton, MA 
WELSH, ROBERT 
4 Sycamore Tr. 
Willimantic, CT 
WEST, MARY B. 
7 Elda Drive 
Norwood, MA 
WETTER, DAVID C. 
S. Wardsboro Rd. 
Newfane, VT 
WHEELER, M. DIANE 
9 Endicott St. 
Norwood, MA 
WHELAN, JOHN F. 
Taylor Road 
Huntington, NY 
WHITE, BARBARA J. 
30 Edgehill Ave. 
Waterbury, CT 
WHITE, ROBERT L. 
47 Winchester St. 
Brookline, MA 
WHITE, ROBERT T. 
92 Mt. Circle Dr. North 
Newfoundland, NJ 
WHITE, SHEILA M. 
19 Boutwell St. 
Dorchester, MA 



WHITESELL, 

EDWARD F. 
122 Cavo Drive 
Poughkeepsie, NY 
WHITMAN, 

KENNETH M. 
107 Fairview St. 
Agawam, MA 
WIBERG, WARREN E. 
204 Haverford St. 
Hamden, CT 
WIGGIN, DAVID E. 
601 Winchester St. 
Newton Highlands, MA 
WILES, JOHN B. 
69 Kingsgate Rd. 
Snyder, NY 
WILK, VICTORIA 
13 Hoosac St. 
Adams, MA 
WILKES, RAY J. 
4 Childs Rd. 
Lexington, MA 
WILLIAMS, JEFFREY M. 
St. Johns Wood 

Park NW 8 
London, England 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT S. 
217 No. Main St. 
Cohasset, MA 
WILLIAMSON, 

ANTHONY J. 
575 Wilmot Rd. 
New Rochelle, NY 
WILLIAMSON, RUTH 

ANN 
32 Ellsworth Ave. 
Cambridge, MA 
WINBERRY, JOHN J. 
34 Noll Terr. 
Clifton, NJ 
WINCEK, MARK D. 
1940 Bremerton 
Lyndhurst, OH 
WINN, KATHLEEN 
28 Bigelow St. 
Brighton, MA , 
WITTERSCHEIN, 

ELLEN 

528 Main St. 
Avon, NJ 

WOLF, CHARLES J. 
7730 Temple Rd. 
Philadelphia, PA 
WOLSLEGEL, 

RAYMOND A. 
135 Villa Ave. 
Cranston, Rl 
WOODHOUSE, 

ROBERT A. 
171 Babbott Ave. 
Waterville, NY 



WREN, ALEN W. 
120 Capitolian Blvd. 
Long Island, NY 
WYNNE, DONALD J. 
44 Clifford Dr. 
W. Hartford, CT 
YAEGER, ROBERT H. 
Edina 

Minneapolis, MN 
YANES, BARRY H. 
141 Jordon Rd. 
Brookline, MA 
YEE, GEORGE S. 
30 No. Munroe Terrace 
Dorchester, MA 
YOKE, DARCY A. 
403 Monroe Ave. 
Wyckoff, NJ 
YORK, PATRICIA A. 
194 Town St. 
Braintree, MA 
YOUNG, MICHAEL 
475 Pleasant St. 
Watertown, MA 
YUKNIS, 

CHRISTOPHER A. 
182 Kruse Road 
Hubbardston, MA 
YURGELUN, LINDA 
18 Timberline Rd. 
Warwick, Rl 
YUTKINS, JEANNE T. 
13 Windsor Rd. 
Somerville, MA 
ZABEL, JAMES R. 
Green Hill Dr. Rt. 2 
Simpsonville, SC 
ZACCHEO, RALPH R. 
33 Madison St. 
Revere, MA 
ZAPF, ROBERT J. 
51 Bright Oaks Dr. 
Rochester, NY 
ZELEM, JOHN D. 
91 Hill St. 
Shelton, CT 
ZIEGLER, FRANK J. 
2127 Swan Blvd. 
Wauwatosa, Wl 
ZINKAN, STEPHEN P. 
6410 N. Keystone 
Indianapolis, IN 
ZINSMEISTER, NANCY 
40 Strathmore Lane 
Rockville Centre, NY 
ZIOMEK, DAVID F. 
15 Danforth St. 
Taunton, MA 
ZULKOWSKI, 

VINCENT J. 
20 Eld St. 
New Haven, CT 



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James M. Murphy, Business Manager 



Barbara J. White, Managing Editor 




Rev. John R. Trzaska, Faculty Advisor 



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A recent article in the New York Times concerned 
itself with the fact that many college yearbooks, even 
those of large universities, are going defunct. The 
Sub Turri, the people of the staff believe, is far from 
that stage. While ten or twenty years ago the staff 
regularly numbered well over a hundred, today a 
hardcore of die hards remain at work on a publica- 
tion for which they feel a great deal of attachment. 

While nostalgia among the members of the present 
generation comes at a premium, the Sub Turri recog- 
nizes the fact that — yes, indeed — twenty years 
from now some of you readers will enjoy being able 
to partake once again of, for instance, the lively spirit 
of a football game. By contrast, the Yearbook does try 
to offer something of value, something "relevant" in 
the present. Yearbooks in general form a strange me- 
dium. How can a publication of this sort give a crea- 
tive and relevant treatment to the myriad sensations 
which arise during a year, in a place the size of B.C.? 
How can it do this in a fashion such that its lustre 
and attraction will not diminish over the years? 

This yearbook, at least, has tried to break with 
many old traditions without degenerating into a 
campy piece of novelty. Maybe we broke too many, 
maybe we broke too few; we have at least tried to re- 
flect some sort of the dynamism of our readership. 
This is the image we would like to project and live up 
to. It is for you to decide whether we have or have 
not. 



Kevin M. Carney, Associate Editor 




Charles E. Schmidt, Editor-in-Chief 



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Thomas Turek, Senior Editor 




John B. Wiles, Literary Editor 



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Paul M. Aloi, Director of Photography 



William I. Kita, Artistic Director 




Stephen Marley, Sports Editor 



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Joseph Stankaitis and Kevin Quinn, Layout Assistants 

E. C. Lebre, Karen Sornberger, and Peter Vidi, Staff Photographers 




E. G. Lebre, Karen Sorenberger, and Peter Vidi, Staff Photographers 



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Robert Thibault, Student Life Editor 





Richard Breunig, Staff Photographer 



Angela Tremaglio, Activities Editor 



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Charles E. Schmidt Editor-in-Chief 

Kevin M. Carney Associate Editor 

Barbara J. White Managing Editor 

James M. Murphy Business Manager 

Rev. John R. Trzaska, S.J Faculty Advisor 



Sub Turri 1972 



PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 



EDITORS 

Paul Aloi Photography Driector 

Bill Kita Artistic Director 

Steve Marley Sports Editor 

Bob Thibault Student Life Editor 

Angela Tremaglio Activities Editor 

Tom Turek Senior Editor 

John Wiles Literary Editor 



Richard Breunig 
Kevin Carney 
Tom Flanagan 
E. G. LeBre 
Linda Radoccia 



Jeff Roche 
Karen Sornberger 
Bob Thibault 
Peter Vidi 



LAYOUT STAFF 
Kevin Quinn 
Tom Turek 
Joe Stankaitis 



GENERAL STAFF 
Pat Dillon 

Heidi Schwarzbauer 
Gerry Zyla 



CONTRIBUTERS 
Karen Breunig 
Tom Burigo 
Richard Cardinal! 
C. Michael Comely 
Diane Crivellone 
Len DeLuca 
Gino DiLella 
Julie Fay 

Annalynn Galandi 
Mark Herlihy 
Ronald Huebsch 
Jamp"^ '-^-vre 



Steve Korta 
Bob Laprel 
Debbie Lima 
Chris Maloof 
Clifford Myatt 
Dan Natchek 
Kathy Owens 
Robert Reiser 
George Rizer 
Nancy Storti 
Coleman Szely 
David Wenzel 



PROLOGUE by Kevin Carney and Barbara White 
Theme: Desiderata, found in Old Saint Paul's 
Church, Baltimore; Dated 1692 



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GENERAL INDEX 



Academics 46 

Activities 143 

Advertisements 318 

A.P.O 144 

Band 146 

Basketball 120 

Cheerleaders 148 

Chorale 150 

J. Steven Collins 51 

Commuter's Council 152 

Concerts 88 

Council for Exceptional Children 153 

Cross Country 112 

George Donaldson 52 

Dramatics Society 154 

Kevin P. Duffy 53 

Freshman Sports 140 

Fulton Debate 102 

Geology Club 160 

Gold Key .Society 158 

Edward J. Hanrahan 51 

Hockey 130 

Richard E. Hughes 48 

Humanities Series • 90 

Edgar F. Huse 54 

Albert G. )acobbe 52 

Jewish Student Alliance 162 

W. Seavey Joyce 46 

Judo Club 163 

Albert J. Kelley 49 

Knights of Columbus 144 



Robert LaFleur 61 

John J. Maguire 55 

Helen M. Manock 56 

Henry J. McMahon 48, 57 

Media and Publications 164 

Mental Health Volunteers Club 168 

Middle Earth 169 

Patrons 314 

Professional Organizations 170 

Prologue 1 

Lester Przewlocki 50 

Pulse 80 

Rugby 116 

Seniors 184 

Senior Index 340 

Daniel J. Shine 58 

James W. Skeehan 59 

Soccer 114 

Special Interest Groups 178 

Sports 102 

Elizabeth A. Strain 60 

Student Life :62 

Student Senates 176 

Sub Turri 360 

Tutorial Program 143 

U.G.B.C 161 

Eleanor M. Voorhies 49 

John C. Walsh 53 

James A. Woods 58 

Wrestling 118 

W.V.B.C 181 



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