Exodus 1979 (Yearbook)

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PROPERTY YEARBOOK

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Dennis J. Roberts Hall Lucius A. Whipple Gymnasium Student Center I Art Center John Lincoln Alger Hall John Clarke Science Building Life Science Building Craig-Lee Hall Henry Barnard School Horace Mann Hall


10. Faculty Center 11. Fred J. Donovan Dining Center 12. Student Union 13. James P. Adams Library 14. William C. Gaige Hall 15. Michael F. Walsh Health and Physical Education Center 16. Mary A. Weber Residence Hall 17. Mary Tucker Thorp Hall 18. Charles B. Willard Residence Hall 19. Rose Butler Browne Residence Hall

20. President's House 21. Alumni House 22. The Bureau of Social and Educational Services 23. Maintenance Building







There are

5900 students at Rhode Island College.

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There are equally as many emotions, goals, aspirations ...


. . . But there is also a unifying factor - a unique awareness of all the things that are part of this feeling of belonging.

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Those personal qualities that each

of us has

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form our identities, and enrich the lives of others.

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Sometimes it is hard to be an individual when you seem to be so much like the rest of the crowd.

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DR . I)A VII) SWPET PRES IDENT

DR . RIDGWAY F. Sil l ' ' VICE PRESIDEl'.T FOR ACAI)I· \11C All AIRS

MR DO'J\1 I) P HARDY VIC!' PRFSII)I·'T fOR STlJDI·'T AFFA IRS


MR . I' RNI' ST 1.. O~~'Ril~ VICE I'RI'S IDEN'I' I' OR ll USINI·SS i\II·A IRS

\IR w,\1 T ER J . KOCHAi'.EK. JR . ACCO u ~TI '-G OFFICE

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FACULTY Thomas, Dr. David S.:

Hanley, Miss Gertrude T.: Elementary Education

<Sosta, Dr. Crist H.: Admin and Curriculum

Herman, Mr. Myrl G.; Elementa ry Education

Lapan, Dr. Maureen T.; Admin and Curriculum

Leonell i, Dr. Renato E.: Elementary Education

Larsen, Dr. Jack L.: Admin and Curriculum

Nugent, Mrs. Mildred B.: Elementary Education

Lavery, Dr. Thomas F.; Admin and Curriculum

Oehlkers, Dr. William J.: Elementary Education

Munzer, Dr. J . Howard: Admin and Curricu lum

Petry, Dr. Anne K.: Elementary Education

Rollins, Dr. Sidney P.; Admin and Curriculum

Reisner, Dr. Joyce T.; Elementa ry Education

Beecher. Dr. Eugene L.: El ementary Education

Rowell, Dr. Eli7.abelh H:; Elementary Education

Betres, Dr. James J .; Elementary Education

Rude, Dr. Robert T.: Elementary Education

Boisvert Jr., Mr. Louis W .: Elementary Education

Slicker, Dr. Clyde C .; Elementary Education

Calhoun, Dr. Thomas M.; Elementary Education

Starring, Dr. Ellsworth A.; Elementary Education

Carey, Ms. Elizabeth B.: Elementary Education

Stieglitz, Dr. Ezra L.: Elementary Education

Crandall, Dr. Audrey J.: Elementary Education

Williams, Dr. Helen W.: Elementary Education

Crenson, Dr. J ohn M.: Elementary Education

Davis, Dr. James E.: Instructional Technology

Eanet, Dr. Marilyn G.: Elementary Education

Frye, Mr. Roy A.: Instructi onal Technology

Glazer, Dr. Joa n 1.: Elementary Education

Kenny, Dr. J ames J.: Instructional Technology

Gree!l. Dr. Richard A.: Elementary Educat ion

Ward, Dr. Andd; Instructional Technology


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Calia, Dr. Vincent F.; Counselor Education

Castiglione, Dr. Robert L.; Philos

Finley, Dr. Murray H.; Counselor Education

Houghton, Dr. Raymond W.; Philos

Livneh, Dr. Hanoch; Counselor Education

Howell, Dr. T homas J.; Philos

Perkins, Dr. John A.; Counselor Education

Olmsted, Dr. Richard R.; Philos

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Found of Educ

Rothschilds, Dr. Stephen M.; Counselor Education

Pieniadz, Dr. Dorothy R.; Philos

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Found of Educ

Tamagini, Dr. Jeannette E.; Counselor Education

Smith, Dr. Sheri L.: Philos

Satcher, M r. Charles T .; Industria l Education

Williston, Dr. Frank S.; Philos

Bzowski, Dr. Edward D.; Industrial Education

Ainley, Dr. Kenneth 1.: Health/Physical Education

Goodness, Dr. Lee R.; Industrial Education

Bogda, Mr. Edward S.: Health/Physical Education

Kavanaugh, Mr. William F.; Industrial Education

Burrill, Miss Billie A.: Health/Physical Education

King, Dr. Thomas G.; Industrial Education

Hlavsa, Miss Doris J .; Health/Physical Education

McCrystal, Dr. J ames G.; Industrial Education

Lombardo, Mr. Bennett J.; Health/Physical Education

McGuire, Mr. James P.; Industrial Education

Marecsak. Miss Janis H.; Health/Physical Education

Swiczewicz Jr., Mr. Louis M.; Industrial Education

Melcer, Dr. Fannie H.; Health/Physical Education

Laffey, Dr. John J .; Learning Center

Moore, Miss Patricia J.; Health/Physical Education

Alfonso, Dr. Louis E.; Philos Averill, Dr. Donald C.; Philos

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Blanchard, Dr. Walter J.; Philos Bucci, Dr. John A.; Phi los

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Found of Educ

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Found of Edue

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Found of Educ

Found of Educ

Found of Educ

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Found of Educ

Wood, Mr. David E.: Health/Physical Education

Found of Educ

Wood, Dr. Nelson F.; Health/Physical Education

+ Found of Educ

Anderson-Flynn , Dr. Barbara E.; Psychology

Found of Educ

Belcher, Dr. Terence L.; Psychology


Cloward , Dr. Robert D.; Psychology

Zajano, Dr. Michael J.; Psychology

Cousins, Dr. Donald, H.: Psychology

Hasenfus, Mr. Clement J.; Secondary Education

Devault, Dr. Spencer: Psychology

Walker, Dr. Kenneth R .; Seconda ry Educa tion

Fingeret, Dr. Alla n L.; Psychology Gilmore, Miss Mary S.: Psych ology

Antosh, Mr. A. Ant hony; S pecial Edu cation Bonaventura, Dr. Elisa F.: S pecial Edu ca tion

Hennen, Dr. Florence E.: Psychology Denhoff, Dr. Eric: Special Education Holden, Dr. Raymond H.: Psychology Dickson, Dr. Ri chard L.; Special Educa ti on Lcderbcrg. Dr. Victoria: Psychology Montvilo, Dr. Robin K.: Psychology Mullaney, Dr. Anna R.: Psychology

Dimeo, Mr. John F.; Special Education Dimeo, Mrs. Judith H.; Special Edu ca tion Imber, Dr. Steve C.; Special Education

Phillips, Miss Beatrice K.: Psychology

Karp, Mrs. Joan M.: Special Education

Randall, Dr. Tom M.: Psychology

Kochanek, Dr. Thomas T .; Special Education

Rollins, Dr. Joan H.; Psychology

Larrivee, Dr. Barbara; Special Education

Rubovits, Dr. James J.; Psychology

McCormick. Dr. J oseph J .; Special Education

Rubovits, Dr. Pamela C .: Psychology

Novack. Dr. Harry S.: Special Education

Tropper, Dr. Richard; Psychology

Sherlock. Dr. Pa ul V.: Specia l Education

Very, Dr. Philip S.; Psychology

Stillings, Mrs. Josephine A.: Special Education

Walter, Dr. Timothy L.; Psychology

All en, Dr. PeterS.: An thropology/Geography

Werner, Dr. Donald C.; Psychology

Barnes, Mrs. Ruth C.: Anthropology/Geography


Demars. Dr. Stanford E.: A nth ropologyfGeogra phy

Kenyon. Mr. Richard A.; Art

Epple, Dr. George M.: Anthropology/Geography

Ladd, Mrs. Pauline S.; Art

Fluehr-Lobban. Dr. Carolyn F.: Anthropology/Geography

Lafollette. Mr. Curtis K.; Art

Hays. Mrs. Patricia II.: Anthropology/Geography

Oh lin. Miss Betty E.; Art

Hays. Dr. Terence E.; Anthropology/Geogra phy

Pinardi. Mr. Enrico V.: Art

Lindquist, Dr. Lawrence W.; AnthropologyJGeog'raphy

Rosati. Mr. Angelo V.: An

Lobban Jr .. Dr. Richard A.; Anthropology/Geography

Smith. Mr. Donald C.: Art

Maynard. Dr. Eileen A.; Anthropology/G eography

Steinberg. Dr. Ronald M.: Art

Morenon. Dr. E. Pierre; AnthropologyfGcography

Sykes. Mr. Lawrence F.: An

Murray. Ms. Katherine; Anthropology/ Geography

Bohnsack, Dr. Charles W.; Biology

Smolski, Mr. Chester E.: Anthropology/ Geography

Chase. Mr. Herman B.: Biology

Sullivan. Mr. Robert J .: AnthropOlogy/Geography

Dolyak, Dr. Frank: Biology

Wright. Miss Marion 1.: Anthropology/Geography

Foltz, Mr. Charles V.; Biology

Ames. Mr. Samuel B.: Art

Gonsalves. Dr.

eil 1.; Biology

Brisson. Mrs. Harriet E.: Art

Haagens. Dr. Mary Jean W.; Biology

Demel im Jr .. Mr. John E.; Art

Hartmann. Dr. George C.; Biology

Horvat. Mr. Krisjohn 0.: Art

Keogh, Dr. Richard N.: Biology

Howkins. Miss Mary B.; Art

Kinsey. Dr. Kenneth P.: Biology

Hysell, Dr. David M.; Art

Lough. Mr. Ira J.; Biology

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McCutcheon, Mr. Henry N.; Biology

Sapinsley, Mr. John M.; Economics

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Management

Melaragno, Dr. Jerry E.; Biology

Weston, Ms. Marilyn S.; Economics

+

Management

Owens, Dr. Charles; Biology

Anghinetti, Dr. Paul W.: English

Pearson Jr., Dr. Philip R.; Biology

Ballinger, Mrs. Martha B.; English

Pearson 3rd, Dr. Frederick C.; Biology

Bloom, Dr. Lillian D.; Engl ish

Prusch, Dr. Robert D.; Biology

Carroll, Mrs. Margaret M.; English

Silver, Dr. Alene F.: Biology

Comery, Dr. Robert W.; English

Wasti, Dr. S. Salman: Biology

Cornell, Dr. Muriel A.; English

Young, Dr. Robert M.; Biology

Dagle, Ms. Joan C.; English

Cornell, Dr. Alexander H.: Economics

Management

+ Management

Davis, Mr. Joseph W.: Economics

+ Management

Harman, Dr. Peter W.: Economics Harris, Ms. Nancy J .; Economics

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+ Management

Lundberg, Dr. Kenneth V.; Economics

+ Management

Dean, Dr. Frances F.; English Estrin, Dr. Mark W.; English Grellner, Dr. Mary Alice; English Grund, Dr. Gary R.; English Gunning, Miss Elizabeth R.; English

Marks, Dr. Peter A.; Economics

+ Management

Hall, Dr. Spencer; English

Moore, Dr. Peter R.; Economics

+ Management

Hoffmann, Dr. Anastasia C.; English

Pinciilce, Mrs. Cecile M.; Economics Quarcoo, Dr. Philip K.; Economics

+ Management

+ Management

Rabinowitz, Mr. Warren; Economics

+ Management

Hogan, Dr. Robert E.; English Lenz, Dr. Carolyn R.; English Maixner, Dr. Paul R.; English


McClelland, Or. Benjamin W.; English

Cooke. Mr. Norman H.; History

McSweeney. Mr . Joseph P.; English

Kellner. Or. George H.; His tory

Mitchell, Mrs. Judith N.; English

Lemons, Dr. James S.; Hi story

Mulligan, Mrs. Shirley S.; English

Lewalski, Dr. Kenneth F.; His tory

Orsini, Dr. Daniel J .; English

Marks. Or. Sally J.; History

Robinson, Or. William H .; English

Patrucco, Dr. Armand 1.: History

Roche, Dr. A. John; English

Piccillo. Dr. Peter E.: History

Rosenblatt. Dr. Jon M .; English

Pollard. Dr. Alan P.; History

Sa Jesses, Mr. John J .; English

Pyle, Dr. Norman R .; History

Salzberg, Dr. Albert C.; English

Reinke. Dr. DarFell: History

Stenberg, Dr. Carl E.; English

Santoro. Or. Carmela E.: History

Stevens, Dr. Earl E.; English

Schaefer, Dr. Carol J.; History

Sullivan, Dr. Nancy; English

Shinn Jr., Dr. Ridgway F.; History

Turley, Dr. James 0.; English

Sippel, Dr. Donald V.; History

Votoras, Dr. Panajotis T.; English

Smith, Dr. Norman W.; History

White Jr., Or. J ames E.; English

Teng. Dr. Tony Y.; History

Ballinger, Mr. Ronald B.; History

Thompson, Miss Cecelia L.; History

Browning, Mr. John E.; History

Anderson, Dr. George A.; Mathematics

Conforti, Dr. Joseph A.; History

Bierdcn, Dr. James E.; Mathematics


oel; Modern La nguages

Correia, Dr. Fra nk 8 .; Mathema tics

Chadwick, Mr.

Gilfillan, Mrs. Barbara J .: Mathematics

Chasse, Dr. Paul P.; Modern l a nguages

Guillotte, Dr. Henry P.; Mathematics

Coons, Dr. Di!c S.; Modern languages

Hall, Mr. H . Samuel; Ma thematics

Couture, Miss Ri ta L.; Modern Languages

Howland, Dr. Richard A.; Mathema tics

Gossner, Dr. Jay W.; Modern Languages

Magliao, Mr. Antonio A .: Mathematics

Taylor, Dr. M. Frances: Modern Languages

Mielke, Dr. Bruce W.; Ma thematics

Tegu, Dr. T.S.: Modern l anguages

Morgan, Mrs. Vivian R.; Mathema tics

Tillotson, Mr. Calvin; Modern languages

Mosko!, Ms. Ann E.: Ma thematics

Boberg, Mr. Robert M.; Music

Rodrigues Jr., Dr. Ma ria no; Mathematics

Currier, Mr. Robert N.: Music

Salhany, Dr. .Robert J.: Mathematics

Elam, Dr. Robert W.; Music

Salzberg, Mrs. Helen E.; Mathematics

Fairleigh, Dr. James P.; Music

Schaefer, Mr. James A.: Mathematics

Jones, Dr. William M.: Music

Schiller, Mr. Barry; Mathema tics

Mack. Mr. George M.; Music

Sedlock, Dr. James T.; Mathematics

Marcinia k, Dr. Fra ncis; Music

Smith, Dr. Arthur F.; Mathematics

Markward. Dr. Edward W.; Music

Steward, Dr. Robert F.; Mathematics

McClintock. Dr. Philip T.; Music

Whitma n. Dr. Philip M.; Mathematics

Pellegrino, Mr. Joh n; Music

Castellucci, Mr. Richard J.; Modern La nguages

Poularikas, Mrs. Ba rbara A.: Music


Smith, Dr. Raymond R.; Music

Stewart, Ms. Barbara; Nu rsing

Benson. Mrs. Frances; Nursing

S ullivan. Ms. Lucille A.; Nursing

Burbank, Mrs. Patricia M.; N ursing

Viau, Ms. Paula A.; N ursing

Carty, Mrs. Anne E.S.;

~ursing

Virgada mo, Mrs. Joa n P.; Nursing

Cascone, Mrs. Osky V.; Nursing

Wood, Mrs. June A.; Nursing

Cathers, Mrs. Linda K. ; Nursing

Za ki, Mrs. Sylvia G.; Nursing

Dumouchel, Mrs. Carol E.; Nursing

Borst, Mr. Kenneth E.; Physical Sciences

Enright, Mrs. O.K.; Nursing

Brotherton, Mr. Miner K. ; Physical Sciences

Fallon. Miss Patricia M.; N ursi ng

Deckey. Mr. George; Physical Sciences

Gen~eux, Mis~ Therese B.; Nursing

Gehrenbcck, Dr. Ri chard K.; Physical Sciences

Goldfarb, Mrs. Judy; Nursing

Gilbert, Or. Barry J.: Jhysical Sciences

Hainsworth, Mrs. Margaret A.; Nursing

Glan z, Or. Peter

Lassan, Mrs. Rebecca; Nursing

Greene, Or. David L.; Physical Sciences

Maddox, Miss Rena M.; Nursing

Laferriere, Or. Arthur L.; Physical Sciences

Murphy, Mrs. Angela C.; Nursing

Magyar, Or. Elaine S.; Physical Sciences

Nalibow, Mrs. Ma rilyn G.; Nursing

Marzzacco, Or. Charles J.; Physical Sciences

Pratt, Ms. Constance B.; N ursing

O' Keefe, Dr. J . George; Physical Sciences

Rozendal, Dr. Nancy A.; Nursing

Peterson, Mr. John E.; Physical Sciences

Stein, Mrs. Jane B.; Nursing

Viens, Mr. Robert E.; Physical Sciences

K.:

Physical Sciences


Williams, Dr. John C.: Physical Sciences Oppenlander. Dr.

Picozzi. Dr. Raymond L.: Communications

ancy: Political Science

Scheff, Dr. Edward A .: Communications

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+ Theater Theater

Perrotta, Dr. John A.: Political Science

Adler. Dr. Emily S.: Sociology/Social Welfare

Perry, Dr. Eugene II.: Political Science

Abo, Dr. William R.: Sociology/Social Welfare

Profughi, Dr. Victor L.: Political Science

Blank, Mr. Jason L.: Sociology/Social Welfa re

Rickabaugh, Dr. Ca rey G.: Politi ca l Science

Curwood, Dr. Sarah T.: Sociology/Social Welfare

Stone, Dr. Milburn J.: Poli ti cal Science

Hawkes, Dr. Mary A.: Sociology/Socia l Welfare

Winter, Dr. Herbert R.: Politica l Science

Jackson. Dr. Pamela 1.: Sociologyj Social We lfare

Budner, Mr. Lawrence E.: Communications Burr, Mr. David H .: Communications

+ Theater + Theater

Cubbage, Dr. Moyne L.: Communications Custer, Mr. John F.: Communications

+ Theater

+ Theater

+ Theater

Eubank, Dr. Marjorie H.: Communications Goldman, Dr. Mark E.: Communications Graham, Mr. Joseph D.: Communications

+ Theater

+ Theater

Hutchinson, Dr. P. Willia m: Communications Lamer, Mr. Fred C.; Communications

+ Theater

+ Theater

Marks Jr., Mr. George F.; Communications Perry. Mrs. Elaine A.; Communications

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Theater

+ Theater

Jones. Ms. Myra: Sociologyf Social Welfare Mancini. Dr. Janet K.: Sociology/ Social Welfare Merd inger. Ms. Joan M.: Sociology/ Social Welfare Mi ller. Dr. Leo: Sociology/ Social Welfare Mueller, Mr. StephenS.: Sociology/ Social Welfa re Perry. Dr. Donald M.: Sociology/ Social Welfare Ramsbey, Dr. Thomas W.: Sociology/Social Welfare Roche, Dr. John P.; Sociology/Social Welfare Rollins, Mr. W. Bruce; Sociology/Social Welfare Shatz, Dr. Eunice 0.; Sociology/Social Welfare Whit, Dr. William C.; Sociology/Social Welfare


Zaki, Dr. Gamal; Sociology/Social Welfare

Jarvis, Mrs. Joyce E.; Henry Barnard School

Archibald, Dr. John; Social Work Program

Kelly, Mrs. Judith M.; Henry Barnard School

Gewirtz, Nancy H.; Social Work Program

Kilpatrick, Miss Sandra J.; Henry Barnard School

Bloom, Mrs. Joan C.; Henry Barnard School

Landry, Mrs. Maryann D.; Henry Barnard School

Buonomano, Mrs. Louise J.; Henry Barnard School

Lavalle, Mrs. Margaret 0 .; H en ry Barnard School

Caldwell, Miss Christine 1.; Henry Barnard School

Lemek, Mr. David A.; Henry Barnard School

Carnevale, Miss Maryellen; Henry Barnard School

Lenoce, Miss Nancy A.; Henry Barnard School

Conforti, Mrs. Dorothy H.; Henry Barnard School

Loogo, Mrs. Ellen E.; Henry Barnard School

Corrie, Ms. Darlene S.; Henry Barnard School

Malone, Ms. Jane D.; Henry Barnard School

Diorio, Mrs. Ann J.; Henry Barnard School

Maxwell, Mrs. Diane; Henry Barnard School

Donahue, Mrs. Eleanor G.; Henry Barnard School

Merenda, Mrs. Rose C.; Henry Barnard School

Drew Ill, Mr. Erneest W.; Henry Barnard School

Mills, Mrs. Abagail; Henry Barnard School

Duarte, Mrs. Valerie G.; Henry Barnard School Fitzgerald, Ms. Mary K.; Henry Barnard School Foye, Miss Mary M.; Henry Barnard School Habershaw, Mr. Joseph G.; Henry Barnard School

Moretti, Mr. David T.; Henry Barnard School Murphy, Miss Rosemary J.; Henry Barnard School Myette, Mrs. Brenda; Henry Barnard School Nixon, Dr. Madeline F.; Henry Barnard School

Hardy, Mrs. Pauline E.; Henry Barnard School

Pellegrino, Mrs. Alice K.; Henry Barnard School

Hickey, Mrs. Katherine A.; Henry Barnard School

Radice, Mrs. Catherine V.; Henry Barnard School

Imondi, Miss Ann M.; Henry Barnard School

Rubery, Mrs. Daniel; Henry Barnard School


Ruggiero. Mrs. Eli/abcth A.: Henry Barnard School

Sibulkin. Mrs. Lucille: Library

Schultz. Mrs. Marilyn S.: Henry Barnard School

Wilson. \ll rs. Sally M.: Library

Shapiro, Mrs. Raquel: llcnry Barnard School

Seggel. Mrs. Cathy S.:

Squier. M rs. Marilyn A.; Henry Barnard School

Capaldi. Ms. Ernestine M.: Bur/ Grants

Starr J r., Mr. Haven F.: Henry Barnard School

Manson. Ms. Pat ricia L.: Bur/Gra nts

Sullivan. Mrs. Anna M.: Henry Barnard School

Reese. Gail K.: Bur/ Grants

Svengalis. Mrs. Deborah K.: Henry Barnard School

Speer. Mr. John W.: Office/College Bdgt

Toher. Mrs. Gertrude R.: Henry Barnard School Tumminelli, Mr. Joseph P.; Henry Barnard School Whipple, Mrs. Ruth B.; Henry Barnard School Woolman. Mr. David C.: Curriculum Center Giardino. Mr. Anthony P.: Audiovisual Finger Jr., Dr. John A.: Eva luation and Research Cohen, Ms. Barbara S.: Library Hryciw. Miss Carol A.: Library

ur;ing Capitation 75/76

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Spons Proj

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Spons Proj

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Mgt

Goldstein. Mrs. Barbara S.: Learning Center Vacca, Ms. Janet M.; Special Education; Lawton. Dr. Willi am H.: Laboratory Experiences Crocker Jr .. Dr. Walter A.: Cont Educ

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Sch Services

Ducey. Dr. C. Annette: Arts and Sciences Koch. Dr. James V.: Arts and Sciences Coonrod, Mr. Craig T.: Art Huling. Mrs. Di an ne J.: Biology

Janson. Miss Dena M.; Library

McGowan, Mr. Louis H.: Biology

Notarianni, Mr. Frank P.: Library

Gamba. Miss Lola A.: Economics

Perry, Ms. Beth 1.: Library

Gendrea u. Mr. Normand A.: Language Laboratory

Sherby, Miss Louise S.: Library

Votolato. Ms. Barbara A.: Nursi ng

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Management


Mergener, Mr. Roland B.; Audiovisual

Caswell, Mr. David A.; Physical Sciences Matheson, Mrs. Barbara B.; Communications

+ Theater

Salisbury, Mr, Gordon L.; Audiovisual

Small, Or. Willia m A .; G raduate Division

Wennberg, Mr. Hans-Erik; Audiovisual

Metrey, Mr. George 0.; Social Work Program

Wilson, Mr. David A.; Audiovisual

Swigart, Mr. William E.; Office of Cont Educ

Worthen, Ms. Carole; Aud iovisual

Bischoff, Mrs. Louise P.; Henry Barna rd School

Armitage, Mr. William D.; Evaluation and Research

Defusco, Miss Elaine A.; Henry 'Barna rd School

Hawkes, Ms. Catherine; Evaluation and Research

Disantis, Miss Deborah L.; Henry Barnard School

Pearlman, Dr. Charles E.; Evaluation and Research

Sevey. Or. Richard E.; Henry Barnard School

Stearn Donavan. Ms. Doris; Evaluation and Research

Skenyon, Mrs. Eleanor M.; Henry Barnard School

Zajano. Ms. Nancy C.; Evaluation and Research

Warchol, Mrs. Mary P.; Henry Ba rnard School

Ottaviano. Mr. Joseph L.; Film Library

Watts. Mrs. Christine L.; Henry Ba rnard School

Simmons, Mr. Robert G.; Film Library

Costa Rsm. Sr. Doris F.; Curricul um Center

Case, Ms. Susan M.; Library

Allsworth, Mr. Charles H.; Audiovisual

Christiansen, Ms. Lynda J .; Library

Clinton, Mr. Joseph H.; Audiovisual

Damas, Mrs. Inez M.; Library

Crooks, Mr. William S.; Audiovisual

Gomberg, Ms. Susan G.; Library

Fuller, Mr. Raymond A.; Audiovisual

Marszalkowski, Ms. Sharon A.; Library

King, Mr. Leo A.; Audiovisua l

Mcenery, Miss Linda M.; Library

Lima, Mr. Roger; Audiovisual

Mellen, Miss Gertrude M.; Library


Olsen. Mr. Richard A.; Library

Wancheck, Mr. John J.; Energy Action

Pontarelli, Mrs. Judith S.; Library

Berard, Mrs. Doris H.; Home Day Care

Rounds, Mrs. Ruth E.; Library

Crader, Mrs. Fleta; Home Day Care

Whooley, Ms. Kathleen C.; Library

Freniere, Mrs. Janet; Home Day Care

O'Regan, Dr. Patrick J.; Arts

+ Sciences

Lewis, Mrs. Barbara A.; Home Day Care

Butler, Mrs. Karin A.; Graduate Studies

Moniz, Mrs. Ida; Home Day Care

Shadoian, Mrs. Holly L.; Graudate Studies

Sepe, Mrs. Verna P.; Home Day Care

Delucia, Dr. Lenore A.; Educational Studies

Smith, Mrs. Dolores; Home Day Care

Glasheen, Dr. Patricia; Educational Studies

Spaziano, Mrs. Norma L.; Home Day Care

Guglieui, Mrs. Irene; Educational Studies

Mazyck, Mrs. Sharon C.; Project Options

Costa, Mr. Joseph L.; Special Services

Meehan, Ms. Kathleen; Project Options

Hunt, Ms. Linda P.; Special Services

Oster, Mr. Jonathan F.; Project Options

Veloso, Mr. Antonio L.; Special Services

Walker, Mr. James W.; Project Options

Kenyon, Mr. Jeffrey R.; Project Upward Bound

Miale, Mrs. Ann Marie; Win Project

Livneh, Mrs. Cheryl L.; Child Abuse/Neg! Consor

Vaillancourt, Mrs. Beatrice; Win Project

Moniz, Ms. Cynthia; Ric Consortium;

Johnson, Mrs. Agnes M.; Council On Economics

O'Connell, Ms. Patricia; Ric Consortium

Sasso, Mrs. Kathryn M.; Conference Coordinator

Sobel, Mr. Richard A.; Ric Consortium

Monaghan, Mr. Russell J.; Roberts Auditorium

Boyajian, Ms. Mariam Z.; Corrections Program

Gould, Mrs. Cynthia J .; Bur/Grants

+ Spons l?roj


McLean. Mrs. Sandra L.; Bur/Grants O'Neill. Mr. John C.; Bur/Grants

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Spons Proj

+ Spons Proj

Dimaria, Mr. Joseph P.; Records Office Hanoian, Miss Jane E.: Records Office

Davey, Mr. Thomas E.; Urban Educational Center

McGovern, Mr. Dennis; Records Office

Fears, Mr. Luke N.; Urban Educational Center

Miller, Mrs. Allyson B.; Records Office

Hermanson. Mr. John B.; Urban Educational Center

Pitassi, Mrs. Carol A.: Records Office

Maynard, Mr. Richard M.; Urban Educational Center

McCool, Mr. Dixon A.: Dean of Students

Morrissey, Mr. David F.; Urban Educational Center

Liddell, Mr. Glenn E.; Housing Office

Oshea. Ms. Maryanne; Urban Educational Center

Eustis, Mr. Pennell S.; Career Development Center

Stevens, Mrs. Patricia T.: Urban Educational Center

Finn, Ms. Elizabeth A.; Career Development Center

Turner. Miss Barbara E.: Urban Educational Center

Hurry Jr., Mr. William H.; Career Development Center

Walton. Mr. Charles D.: Urban Educational Center

Santos, Mr. Mathies J.; Career Development Center

White, Miss Susan C.: Urban Educational Center

Wellins, Mrs. Frances S.: Career Development Center

Birch, Mr. Raymond T.: Library

Passarelli, Ms. Dolores A.: New Student Programs

Binder, Mr. Kenneth P.: Admissions

Scanlan, Dr. James J.; Student Health

Colman. Mr. James M.: Admissions

Andresino, Dr. Matthew J .; Counseling Center

Fadirepo, Ms. Barbara S.: Admissions

Leopard, Mrs. Judith G.; Counseling Center

Giannamore, Miss Claire M.: Admissions

Prull, Dr. Richard W.; Counseling Center

Sullivan, Miss Patricia A.: Admissions

Pustell, Dr. Thomas E.; Counseling Center

Cross, Mr. Burt D.; Records Office

Singleton, Mr. James L.: Student Activities


Thomas, Mr. Richard P.; Student Activities

Hefner, Mrs. Audrey C.; Bursar's Office

Daniels, Mr. John J.; Intramural Rec Programs

Kelly, Mr. Thomas J.; Bursar's Office

Duquenoy, Mr. Glenn P.; Intramural Rec Programs

Grenier, Mr. Robert A.; Purchasing Office

Noonan, Mr. Jeffrey K.; Intramural Rec Programs

Perreault Jr., Mr. Rene H.; Pruchasing Office

Taylor, Mr. John S.; Intramural Rec Programs

Bradley, Mr. Thomas J.; Accounting Office

Minuto, Ms. Lucille; Special Health Program

Paolo, Mr. Robert F.; Accounting Office

Gonzalez, Mr. Roberto; Student Development

Rozario, Mr. Manuel J .; Accounting Office

Lisbon, Mr. Vernon J .; Student Development

Keough, Mrs. Michaela M.; Office of the President

Baird, Mr. William M.; College Athletics

Lopes, Dr. William H .; Office of the President

Davis, Ms. Gail H .; College Athletics

Ross, Ms. Elise M.; Office of the President

Abraham, Mrs. Rose S.; Student Affairs

Small, Mrs. Bernadette V.; Office of the President

Hardy, Mr. Donald P.; Student Affairs

Sweet, Dr. David E.; Office of the President

Penfield, Dr. Gary M; Student Affairs

Luzzi, Mrs. Mary F.; Academic Affairs

Gilfillan, Mr. John P.; Tutorial Services

McMahon, Dr. Eleanor M.; Academic Affairs

Perry. Mr. Alan A.; Administr-Maint

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Foley, Mr. John S.; College Adv and Support Smith, Mrs. Margaret 8.; College Adv and Support

Collings, Mr. John H.; Maintenance and Repairs

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Bloom, Mr. Edward A.; Custodial Services

Fuller, Mr. Edgar; Personnel Office

Zelanzy, Mr. Boles J .; Custodial Services

Sundberg, Mr. Gordon N.; Personnel Office

lngegneri, Mr. Joseph F.; Landscaping and Grounds

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Hickox. Mr. Joseph E.; Security

Fiore, Ms. Karen M.; Computer Center

McAllister, Mr. William F.: Security

Hamel, Ms. Donna L.; Computer Center

McDermott, Mr. Donald F.; Security

Johnson, Mr. Randolph V.; Computer Center

Coulbourn. Mr. Kenneth C.; Office Services

Konicki, Mr. Joseph W.; Computer Center

L'Heureux, Mrs. Lorraine; Office Services

LaMarre, Mr. Albert J.; Computer Center

Milley, Mr. David R.; Thorp Hall

Little, Mrs. Violet R.; Computer Center

Leo.nard. Ms. Carol A.; Weber Hall

Lupo, Mr. Ronald D.; Computer Center

Withrow, Ms. Cherie S.; Browne Hall

Manni, Mr. Frank D.; Computer Center

Davis, Mr. A. Michael; Willard Hall

Russo, Mr. Gerald T.; Computer Center

Geddes, Mr. Thomas J.: Office/College Bdgt

Sivo, Ms. Roberta D.; Computer Center

Andriote, Mr. Juane; College Dining Services

Sundberg, Mr. Richard A.; Computer Center

Flemming, Mr. Vincent R.: College Dining Services

Sasso, Mr. Laurence J.; News Bureau

Shea, Miss Susan P.; Ceta

Tobia, Mr. Peter P.; News Bureau

Brown, Mrs. Marion F.; Book Store

Kopec, Mr. Walter M.; Publications

Guthrie, Miss Viola M.: Book Store

Panichas, Mrs. Eleanor B.; Publications

Lynch, Mr. Jerome B.: Book Store

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Nelson, Mrs. Edna E.; Book Store

Nazarian, Dr. John; Administrative Services

Walsh, Mr. Phillip J.: Student Union

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1978-79 STUDENT PARLIAMENT MEMBERSHIP OFFICERS: President - Thomas Pavelka Vice- President - Lisa Corsetti Secretary - Catherine Calorc Treasurer - Michael Marran Spea ker- Mark D'Agostino Deputy Speaker - Vincent P. Ca lcnda Financial Assistant - Genevieve 13cllucci Administrative Assistant - Gloria Raposa Faculty Advisor - Dixon McCool PA RLIAME T MEMBERS Modern Languages Department Student Community Government Employee Freshmen Class Freshmen Class Faculty Mat hamctics Department N ursing Department At- La rge At-Large Special Education Department Mathematics Department Alumni Administration Industrial Arts Thorp H all Biology At-Large Theatre A t¡ Large Language Arts/ Modern Languages Faculty Chemist ry Poli tical Science Parliament's Faculty Advisor Theatre Department Willard Hall Graduate Student Community Government Employee Weber Hall ursing Department Management Health Education Depar tment Management Philosophy Depa rtment Staff Browne Ha ll A t-Large At- Large

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Not only students of the Class of "79" departed the college in the spring of 1979. Members of the faculty, staff and other posts also took their leave, due to retirement or a simple desire for a change. Two of these people, in particular, should be appropriately profiled.

RITA BICHO

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"We honor you for your thirty years of unselfish service as a

In speaking about her first teaching course, in piano, she

faculty member who has touched and enriched the lives of so

once said, "This was a teaching institution ... and (the course)

many. Your service to the campus, the community, and the

was a must if the students were going to teach outside (of this

state has extended to numerous activities beyond the perform-

college)."

ing arts. We thank you and wish you happiness, health and the

In 1959, Bicho began what is now the Tuesday Chamber

joy of music that you gave to us." These are the words that the

series. Also during the 50's she began work with the Chalk-

RIC music department chose in saying good bye to Associate

tones, an all - female a cappela choi r, whose membership was

Professor Rita V. Bicho, who retired this year.

limited to sixteen girls. T he Chalktones enjoyed over a decade

Bicho had been a teacher of music for years, beginning her

of success and became overbooked. The group was then dis-

career at age 19. Her career embraced more than simply the

solved, due to the fact that they could no longer handle all

teaching piano; she has been responsiblofor beginning a vari-

their engagements, which had put too much of a drain on

ety of programs at RIC.

them.

In 1948 Bicho was offered a position as college pianist

Bicho has done many concerts with RIC professors and -or

(organist) at R.I.C.E. by then President Lucius Whipple. She

administrators, including Ridgeway Shinn and John Nazarian.

at first hesitated, wanting to keep her many private piano

She was also responsible for the inception of the students

students, but finally she agreed to start at RIC in September

recitals and the Guest Conductors Forum, (held for the first

1949. She served faithfully here until her recent retirement.

time this year, for the Guest Conductors of the R.I. Philhar-


monic Orchestra). She has been involved with the Orchestra

program to teach piano on TV. In relation to class piano, she

and has headed the fundraising drive. She spent most of her

cites the fact that she has instituted a second course, designed

early years at R IC working with the (R IC) chorus and and

to follow the first, which began last semester. She was also part

orchestra. Until 1970, she played in the Tuesday chamber

of a violin, piano and cello trio that played for some of the

series herself.

most prestigious parties of the 30's and 40's.

Ironically, Bicho did not teach applied piano at R IC until

When speaking about her career, Bicho refers to it as "a

1971, when the department of Music Education was estab-

beautiful lifetime's work." In reference to the fact that whe

lished. She was organist for the (then mandatory) chapel ser-

bas reached the mandatory retirement age, whe says, "It seems

vices at R. I.C.E., and taught Music History. Once at R. l.C.E.,

like yesterday (that she began teaching).'' She now plans to do

she began to initiate changes in the music department. The

some oil painting, listen to music that she's missed. and stay

first change was the beginning of a course called class piano, in

active in music circles.

which students learned the piano keyboard through the use of replicas of piano keyboards (which made no sound). Among her other accomplishments, Bicho lists her appoint-

As she looks back on her fifty years in music education. she can find only two words to sum up her feelings at this point. "I'm happy."

ment as the organist for St. Francis Xavier Church in East Providence in 1937, a position that she still holds. She also cites her twenty - six weeks on television in 1953, with a

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A FEW IDLE THOUGHTS DURING THE LAST ALL NIGHTER Last week on a late night study break I thought of the Class of '79 at RIC. And on coffee - stained paper I began to scribble Some images that stick.

Our beautiful library, open at last, Delayed by strikes and the weather. Even though the roof on top still leaks, It's better late than never.

When I tell other folks I'm from Rhode Island Coll ege I can predict the response of each. They don't ask about nursing or liberal arts. They just smile and ask. "What do you teach?"

Commuters all know about getting here late With hair still wet from the shower. We wince as we hear those Cra ig Lee chimes, That means it 's 23 past the hour.

At registration with sweaty brow We turn and wander about. Only to find that twice a year. The good courses are all closed out.

We've all lost weight, than ks to food services. Stock's soared for Ray Kroc and the others. But I hear next year an improvement's due 'Cause a contract's been signed with Haven Brothers.

Wisdom of wisdom is found here at RIC: Philosophy, medicine. issues of time and space. What truths we undergrads could each grasp If we might only find a parking space.

Nursing students abound in Fogarty. They might intern in the building's stairwells. To administer life - saving oxygen To those felled by the God - awful smells.

The school got a new President Who was trained in the Polisci biz. He took on the Kingston Party School While showing RIC how Sweet it is.

A General Studies Major. benign but confused Came to RIC - knew what classes he'd like. Imagine his bewilderment when he couldn't find any Courses on Haig. MacArthur, or Ike.

Dr. Sweet announced a noble plan: An Era of Excellence. a great goal it would be In contrast. of course. to the outside world's Era of Mediocrity.

Sex Info here is a valuable service With booklets and pamphlets on shelves. But College Health records indicate that Most students found out by themselves.

The voters defeat our bond issues With funds for a pool and a sauna. These things will just remain a dream Like the smoke from marijuana.

Unfortunately. apathy still reigns strong. Our sports teams, a case in point. The athletes are out there busting their humps And there isn't a soul in the joint.

Fear and terror fill the fall air. Hear those moans and those thumps and those screams. It's not a demon. but a student, gypped, By the Art Center vending machines.

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The Canchor appeared again this spring. The paper will never print daily, Because of the really steep salary Of new editor F. Lee Bailey.

Bleary · eyed students during final exams To their body's needs paid no real heed. But even RIC's radar could not quite measure Students cruising at maximum speed.

Dorm life each afternoon comes to a halt As residents pondered husbands and wives. It was soap opera time in front of TV's For these are the Days of our Lives.

Farewell to strangers I feel I know From ANCHOR personals, witty and light. So long to Muffin and Brigadoon, And the Boobsie Twins. both left and right.

And college security, whenever we call T hey're there more often than not. We're safe from Jay • walkers and maniac parkers. All without firing a shot.

To Financia l Aid, I sa lute you. If I wore a hat, I'd doff it. Where else can you spend five years at a school And end up making a profit?

Last year's blizzard surprised most people But the professors smiled, knowing and wise. After years of teaching, they were all familiar With snow jobs of THAT size.

The job market's tight for most of us grads But Career Development's got placements for you. Three openings exist for a BS or BA: Either pump gas, sweep floors, or cook stew.

Each spring when the weather gets nice and warm And books rest up on a shelf. Students cut classes and relax on the mall, But I've never done it, myself.

Well, the images of our years here at school Some in jest, some in truth, as you know. Should be remembered as just one short part of our lives We've all got much further to grow.

A new grading system is being discussed But I hope pass • fail will continue to be. Imagine explaining to all of your friends A "C" in Human Sexuality.

So as I finish my final, fina l exam And revive my c<>llapsing peers, I wish everyone here much luck in the future And thanks for those five good years.

Everyone's caught Saturday Night Fever With dancing and drinking at RIC. But action slows down when the lights come on As we spend Sunday Morning Sick.

Michael Smith

A lumber scandal befell this school. Twas really a norma l thing: We've all had the experience Of ta king college boards in spring.

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GUEST CONDUCTORS SHOWCASED AT VETERANS, RIC Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, in its search for a music director to succeed the retiring Francis Madicra, presented a concert/lecture series at Veterans Memorial Auditorium and at RIC. The concerts at the Auditorium and lectures here featured six guest conductors who were vying for Madicra 's position. David Effron. Associate professor of conducting at the Eastman School of Music, lectured on Oct. 17. His concert tOok place Oct. 21. A reviewer found Effron's appearance ..exuberant and flamboyant" and was pleased with Effron's conducting of the all - Beethoven program. The concert conducted by David Stahl, the young music director of the St. Louis Philharmonic, was termed less impressive by the Anchor reviewer, but was nevertheless a fine production. Stahl, whose RIC lecture occu rred Nov. 13. was the R.I. Philharmonic guest five days later, on Nov. I 8. George Kent, after speaking at RIC Dec. 12. presented a concert at Veterans Memorial Auditorium on Dec. 16. Kent is the resident conductor of the R.I. Philharmonic and the director of the Community Chorus of Westerly. His Christmas concert featured Bach's Christmas Oratorio, sung in German. John Covelli. music director of the Flint ( Mi ch.) Symphony, spent Jan. 23 at Rhode Island College and was guest conductor at Veterans on Jan. 27. Selections in the program included Paganini's Violin Concerto

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"Belfagor'' and Rachmaniofrs Symphony No. 2. with Ruggierio Ricci, guest violin soloist. Alvaro Cassuto lectured Feb. 20 and led a concert Feb. 24. Cassuto, music d irector of the National Portuguese Radio Symphony Orchestra. was later named as Madiera 's replacement. Madiera had conducted the R.I. Philharmonic since 1945, when it Was started. Cassuto's special concert featured Prokofiev Concerto

o. 2. Brahms Symphony No. 2. and Carvalho's

overture to "L'Amore lndustrioso". with guest pianist Jorge Bolet. The next concert, by Robert Hart Baker. music director of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of

ew York, was very well -

recieved. It featured a performance of Brahmn's Variations on a Theme by Hadyn. Dvorak's Zigenuerlieder, and Strauss' Death and Transfiguration. Betty Allen, the mezzano - soprano soloist. showed why she is so much admired, by performing with energy and skill. Baker's concert was on March 17; his RIC lecture was on March 13. Thomas Conlin, Music Director of the Amarillo (Tex.) Orchestra, performed on April 28, conducting such works as those by Mozart, Dvorak, Mahler and Debussy. in the company of cellist Paul Olefsky. Conlin was not available to give a lecture at RIC. The lectures here aided students in the Music Department to gain insight into their chosen field, enabled music lovers from all departments to hear well - known conductors discuss their work; and showed that RIC is a vital and interesting place for study and enjoyment.

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Headlines in newspapers at high school and college are

Ouellete and Donald Tirrell took up the slack, the former by

usually dominated by football and basketball teams. The

finishing in a tie for fourth place, the latter in a tie for fifth out

thought of a chess team showing up often in the news seems far

of the 44 entrants).

• fetched. Not so this year at RIC. To be sure, the Anchormen soccer,

Peter Bannon, Eddy Robers, Henry Carlow, Paul Miller, Paul

basketball and baseball teams made big headlines, but they

Villa, Robert Auxier and Duncan O'Brien. Dr. Armand Pa-

had fine seasons to justify the coverage. But, unlike in previous

trucco, the advisor to the class team, also participated.

years, the chess team's successes did not go unreported and

The college's Chess Club "A" team, composed of Thibault,

unnoticed. By the second semester most students, their profes-

Ouellete, Carlow and O 'Brien, finished in 14th place, out of 85

sors and RIC staff members lcnew of the chess team's progress,

teams. in the Pan American Intercollegiate Chess Champion·

and were proud of it.

ships in Illinois Dec. 26 • 30. Finishing so high in this event,

In September, it was announced that RIC had enrolled Jim

which exhibits the best teams in the U.S., Canada and Latin

Thibault, the young National High School Champion from

America, is equivalent, presumably, to the RIC soccer or

Salem, Massachusets. Thibault was a tremendous acquisition

basketball teams being considered one of the top five or ten

for the RIC chess team, which already had several highly

squards in the nation.

regarded players signed up. On September 27, Thibault won

In February, members of the team scored high at the Brown

43 games, gained five draws, and lost one contest in a simulta-

Unitersity Open and at the National Amateur Open at Cherry

neous exhibition sponsored by the chess team. Robert Auxier,

Hill, New Jersey. In April, Thibault qualified for the Louis D.

the sole person to beat Thibault, won $5 by doing so. Later in

Statham Masters Pine Tournament, staged in Lone Pine, Cali-

the year, the High School Champion was to play in a "blind-

fornia, which has been called "the Wimbledon of chess".

fold" competition, that is, playing while not seeing the chess board, after having memorized it.

With Thibault likely to be a team member three more years, with other notable players returning, and with Dr. Patrucco

On the weekend of Sept. 30 • Oct. I, the R.I. Open Chess

providing inspired leadership, the next season should be one of

Championship was held in Horace Mann Hall. As usual, peo-

the many fine which looms for the RIC chess team. Let's hope

ple from RIC fared well indeed. Jim Thibault withdrew from

there is still room left on the front page for news about RIC's

the competition, as did Massachusetts Master John Curdo,

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The Rathskellar, the most popular area on campus by most

enough, and signed in as a guest of someone from RIC. The

accounts, was in the news often in the academic year 1978- 79,

carding system was unpopular at first, but was later accepted

due to its special events, its innovations and its base at the

as proper and more efficient.

center of activity.

The lead story in The Canchor, the annual satire issue put

In November, John Lombardi, the Rathskellar manager,

out by the student newspaper, The Anchor, was headlined:

termed the Rat "much better than last year." He cited the

"Exclusive: Rathskellar To Serve Minors. It was a tongue- in-

recruitment of better trained personnel, the presence of better

cheek takeoff on the carding program, and was bylined by

organization and an improved staff morale as big improve-

Carry Nation. the leader of the temperance movement early in

ments. In addition, he noted these changes: new bar stools: two

the 1900's. The picture accompanying the Rat story showed a

new table games; two new custodial employees: and a new,

toddler, pacifier in his mouth, apparently en route to the

popular Mug Club.

Rathskellar.

In December. Lombardi defended the Rat against attacks

The Rat was the subject of a series of jokes which swept the

that it profited greatly from a Radio Club sponsored mixer in

campus the first semester. One of them went like this: ''With

November. He said that, due to the sales tax and other costs,

apathy thought to be prevalent, it appears that the only thing

the Rat actually "took a loss for the event".

which would have gotten the students rebellious and activist

Also that month, a stringent carding system was instituted,

would be the closing of the RIC Rathskellar!" Some people, of

following an incident in which a minor had been illegally

course, were to busy or anti - drinking to frequent the Rat. But,

served. The new system meant that new employees had to be

even for them, the Rat was a great source of comedy, rivaling

hired to check !D's; anyone without a R IC ID and an ID

Dolly Parton, the Polish nationality and the beloved Dining

showing proof of age could be admitted only if they were old

Center in amount of jokes of Which it served as the butt.


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Death and taxes are said to be inevitable. So, it seems, are the complaints abou t the Donovan Dining Center. The year began on an optimistic note. Canteen Corporation of Chicago Was hired to oversee and reorganize the food service. Cary Orlandi of Canteen became the Dining Center's Director; Vincent Fleming became Assistant Director. Goals of the nationally known consulting firm were to achieve better sanitation and cleanliness, and to keep the quality and quantity of food as high as possible. In February it was reported that many resident students, those persons who most often use the Dining Center, still had gripes about the cafeteria. Cited as problems were the long lines with only one end of the Center open, usually after 6:30, when students go there after last classes; the presence of mold on some desserts and of warm milk; small servings with no seconds on entrees; and shortages of ent rees. Orlandi, responding to the charges, asserted that "the cafeteria has improved and the kitchen is 300 per cent cleaner" that when Canteen Corporation came onto the scene. On April 19th, a Canteen Health Fare was held in Donovan. Displayed were all the foods avai lable at the Center, pamphlets on calorie - counting and dieting, and two magnificent ice sculptures done by Vincent Castaldi, Head Chef during breakfast and lunch. At the Fare, Orlandi proudly listed the accomplishments of his company's service at the Dining Center. Among the improvements, according to the Director, were a greater attempt to accomodate handicapped students; pre-heating of many foods to make them more appealing: and a closer working relationship with students. like those on the Parliament committe which oversees the Dining Center -

the Conditions and

Services Committee. Not everyone agreed with Orlandi's rosy assessment of the state of the Dining Center. Union workers claimed Orlandi and the other cafeteria managers showed "a great deal of antipathy towards organized union workers" and had played loose and fast with the contract between the employers and employees. The workers agreed with their boss that the Center was understaffed and had some improvements in the sa nita ry situa tion, but went on to charge Orlandi and Canteen Corp. with many misdeeds, some apparently far - fetched, other worth investigating. The problems at the Dining Center, one student remarked, were in existence before Canteen stepped in and will still exist when Canteen has stepped out. He is probably right. The cafeterias of colleges are forever unpopular; the attempt to serve meals quickly, cheaply and to a multitude all at once does not encourage an A rating from a restaurant Reviewer. In the same regard, if the cafeteria were not a source of controversy, what would be? Despite it all, we must admit that the Dining Center made college life lively, somewhat constant and worth remembering years after the fact.


To many, the newly . enlarged and renovated Adams Library, with its potential for generating less noise and providing more privacy, is a dream come true. If so, it was a dream not easily

THE REBIRTH OF THE ADAMS LIBRARY

realized. The 50,000 square foot extension, scheduled to be opened in September 1977, was not publicly accessible until May, 1978. The renovations to the original structure were set back from February to September 1978. Inclement weather, coupled with a construction snafu, caused the delays. When finally opened in September 1978, the library was both bigger and better. The extension doubled the book capacity, raising it to more than 450,000 books, and it increased the seating capacity to 1,100. In addition, the new wing provided library users with "nice quiet corners" in which to study, and "wide open spaces" in which to congregate, Director Richard Olsen told a reporter. Noise, long a nemesis of patrons of the old library, is kept to a minimum at the new and improved facility. The noisy microfilm and photocopy machines are in rooms of their own. Carpets in the extension reduce sound. Airborne sound is absorbed by the new acoustical tiles and ceilings. Among the features of the extension are a wooden sundeck, a multi - purpose room in which to present movies and media shows, and a faculty - student lounge where coffee and soda is sold. Sections of the old library, such as the listening room, archives section, and periodicals area, have been expanded. Students in the Class of 1979 thought they would never be enrolled at R IC long enough to enjoy a spacious, quiet a nd otherwise appropriate library facility. For their senior year, at least, they were able to realize a fantasy come into being.


There was a sense of deja vu to the whole matter. In 1978, as

the Jelly Roll Band, food cooked by faculty members and

in several previous elections. there was an educational bond

student volunteers, and a voter registration booth. This was the

issue question on the ballot in the

major event. directed toward the student voters, of the cam-

ovember general election.

Despit earnest efforts of members of the RIC community to gain passage of the referendum. the voters rejected the measure.

paign. John Foley, who as Director of College Advancement and Support is paid to bolster RIC's image, organized and directed

The sense of inevitability of the bond's defeat, however, did

a phone - a- thon. In this get- out - the- vote drive, alumni of

not deter students, faculty and staff from working strenuously

the college were contacted and asked to vote for Referendum

in Referendum Nine's beha lf. Many people at the college,

9. Volunteers from the ranks of student body, faculty and staff

admittedly, couldn't care less about helping the bond issue get

spent hours on the phone push ing the bond issue, to no avail.

approved, but this was offset by the hardy sou ls who campaig-

The $4.5 million earmarked in the bond. if approved, would

nend for it's acceptance. In late September. an "old fashioned rally" to garner backing for the Educational Facilities Bond lss••e was held. Ap-

have been used to improve the campus's physical plant, by enlarging the facilities available for the music. art, theatre and physical education departments.

proximately I ,500 people attended the event, which featured

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THE CURRICULUM CHANGE: A BLESSING OR A CURSE? In January, 1979, the Special Curricu lum Review Committee issued its final report, recommending sweep-

Western Civilization requirement and more uniform courses.

ing changes in the General Studies Program. The G.S.

The proposed changes would not effect the students

Program in operation since 1979 was seen as straying too

enrolled at R IC in the 1978 -79 academic year; this fact

far from its objectives, which were described as "the

made student opposition to the proposed reforms limited

pursui t of a general educat ion."

to only students who cared about the future enrollees,

The Committee had been working on the proposal for

who wou ld of course be effected by any changes.

a year, laboring even during the summer. The reaction

The case for the change was both philosophical and

from the faculty was consistently inconsistent, some pro-

practical. It was philosophical because the concept of a

fessors against the whole idea, others for an overall

"general education" as best achieved by the new curricu-

change, most of the rest somewhere in the middle. Stu-

lum was a stated goal. A general educat ion, proponents

dents had been muted in their response to the developing

a rgued, means more mandatory courses on science and

process; except for a coalition of Student Activity Com-

literature and history, not courses based on each indi vi-

mittees, there was little student concern with the work-

dual s desires. It was practical to advocate a change

ings of the Special Committee.

because the present G.S. program was widely regarded

When the final report came out, Student Parliament,

as ineffective, due to an unworkable regulatory appara-

T he Anchor, a nd interested students crusaded against

tus and other factors. Some students, it must be noted,

the proposal in earnest, but it was felt , belated efforts to

firmly backed most of th e changes, while most of the

alter the committee's proposals. Student Parliament paid

professors favored at least some revamping of the gener-

for a five- page advertisemen t in The Anchor, denounc-

al studies curriculum.

ing the change as "definitely not in the best interests of

When the academic year ended, the proposals were on

students." The Anchor, in a long and detailed Editorial,

their way to the President for his advice and consent, the

termed the proposal "well - meaning" but wrong for

full Curriculum Committee having accepted the Special

students and for RIC's future.

Committee's suggestions with on ly minor changes. The

The arguements against the proposal included concern

proposed changes will likely be implemented, and the

over the loss of the Credit/No Credit option, and loss of

controversy surrounding them forgotten, except by those

the seminars and colloquia. Students opposed the change

recalling the 1978 - 79 school year, when it was big news.

because it would produce a more rigid curriculum, with a

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THE COLLEGE'S "OUTSIDE INTEREST S ARE GROWING AND IMPROVING Rhode Island College has always been conscious of its need to involve the larger community in its affairs. The expenditure of state dollars in supporting RIC has always been justified by RIC's extension of programs and personnel to off - campus endeavors. The list of projects the college conducts off- campus has been growing and the offerings improving. A prime example is the R.I. Council on Economic Education, which is headquartered at RIC. In its ten years of existence, RICEE has evolved from a small - scale operation aimed at education elementary teachers and their students into a major enterprise dedicated to eliminating ''economic illiteracy" wherever it may be found. The Council. associated with RIC since it began, has become a major asset to RIC, serving as both a recruitment vehicle and an image builder for the college. Programs sponsored by the Council include: TRADEOFF$ (an educational series on Channel 36 catering to

nine to thirteen - year olds); several graduate - level courses directed towards teachers: an Employee Economic Education program offering seminars to middle and upper- level employees of various companies; and a Summer I ntcrnship program, which places two teachers in private industry jobs for firsthand observation of the world of business. The Urban Educational Center (UEC), is another example of RIC reaching out into the larger society to better both the individuals who comprise society and society's attitude toward the college. The Center, located in the inner city, was founded ten years ago as a means to bring the facilities for learning right to the people. It has taught hundreds of s tudents of all ages introductory college courses- thus giving them the confidence to continue their educations. It has provided High School Equivalency diplomas to persons who thought themselves unable, either financially or psychologically, to achieve this goal. It has served as a sounding board for the poor and the minorities, garnering insight from them into the programs RIC should adopt to fulfill the needs of the community it seeks to serve. The U EC, after a decade, is alive and well, to the delight of us all. The Robert 0. Taft Inst itute of Government, an annual seminar where junior and senior high school teachers dicuss politics with college professors, their own colleagues. and practicing politicians, has brought RIC much notoriety. Under the able direction of Dr. Victor Profughi, the series changes yearly in format. but never strays from its purpose- providing teachers with analysis and techniques to be used in educating their pupils about politics and government. There are many other undertakings the college encourages as a means of getting off- campus oriented persons involved. Examples include the R.I. State Government and Washington, D.C. Internship programs, 3rd Curriculum (where interesting, varied non - credit courses are offered for a modest fcc), and the ever- expanding Gerontology program. which encourages interraction between younger persons and the elderly. The prospect is for more of the same- more RIC sponsored community projects, more concern in the administration, faculty and body for "outsiders", more mingling socially of the "insiders" and those who could become "insiders". All this will give RIC visibility and a reputation for community involvement: at the same time, it will give everyone effected - on campus and off- a sense of belonging, and of accomplishment.


LECTURES: THEY WERE A PLENTY Guest lecturers at RIC this year were numerous. talking on topies ranging from the inner workings of the mind to the inner workings of international diplomacy. October was the first month which presented public tal ks. The English department colloquium got under way with a speech by Walker Gibson, Professor of Engl ish at UMass, on the 19th. For three successive nights, October 23, 24 a nd 25th, Dr. Julian Jaynes, psychologist and best · sellin g a uthor, enthralled his audience with his knowledge of th e hum an mind, that mysterious organ. R.I. Supre me Court Just ic J oseph Weisbe rger spoke Oct. 23: Ha rold Doran. archi tect of the 1978 Anti • Obscenity law. appeared Oct. 31. Dr. J an G. Reifcnberg, a prominent West German journalist. addressed Political Science students on ovember 14. In the most controversial. and one of the best · allendcd. lecturers this academic yea r. Bill Baird spoke in the Student Union ov. 15. Baird. an advocate of birth com rol and the right of a women to choose an a bortion. was later criticized by many persons for his opinions. Mos t people, it was thought, enjoyed the talk , even if they disagreed philosophica ll y with Baird. The last major lecture of the fall semester occurred on December 12th, when James Nelson Goodsell told a pproximately 60 listeners that the United States, as it should , has begun to pay more a uention to its neighbors in the Western Hemisphere. Goodsell. Latin American correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor. appea red under the auspices of the Latin American Studem Organi zation (L.A.S.O.). The annual colloquia of the history and biology departments heralded the start of the spring semester. The 14th History Department series began on February 13. with a presentation by RIC Professors Ca rmela Santoro and Tony Teng concerning U.S. recognition of the People's Republic of China. The Biology colloquia series started with a study of childhood cancer by Dr. Judith L. Bader, a Clinical Investigator for the National Cancer Institute, presented Feb. 14. On Va lentines Day, two other lectures were given. The first was less spectacular , but just as informative. It was a talk by

Alaric Faulkner. Associate Professor of Anthropology at UMaine. who recounted his adventures around the world. The second lecture was not really a lecture but a telling of the fascinating life story of the Lcblovics, Maximillian and Susan. the alleged peddlers of pornography and immorality. The Leblovics talked simply and colorfully, and migh t not have captured people's hearts and minds, but did gain more sympathy and und ersta nding. Ma rch had its sha re of public lectures. Laurence J . Sasso, Jr ., a n accomplished poet, recited portions of his work on March 6. as part of the English Depa rtment colloquia series. Sasso is the Director of the RIC cws Bureau. and edited the poetry section of the Rhode Islander magazine for seven years. West German political parties were discussed on March 7 by Willibald Dilger. a Consul from the Federal Republic of Germany. On March 14. Adrienne Rich, poet and feminist. spoke here: on the 28th. Frederick Nihda. the " master propmakcr·· for Broadway plays. lectured and demonstrated his work. On April II. George Meek. Chief of Extctnal Relations Unit, Department of Public Information. for the Organi?ation of American States (O.A.S.), visited RI C. He explained the role of the O.A.S.. and the problems it has dealing with the various countries. A week later. Jill Bradford d iscussed rape from her vantage point as a representative of the R.I. Rape Crisis Center. She spoke April 18. Superior Court Justice Anthony Gianninni appeared before a Political Science class on the 16th. David Plante. author of The Fam ily. the highly- acclaimed ethnic novel. was a guest of the Dept. of Modern La nguages in the early part of May. Dr. Clyde Sargent, an expert on the People's Republic of China (P. R.C.). spoke here May I. In a well- received address. Cathy Guisewitc. the young and wiuy cartoonist. spread the Gospel of optimism to the graduates at the college's !24th commencement. held May 26. Guiscwite is the creator of CATHY. a popular synd ica ted comic strip. dealing with what it is li ke to be young. female, working and single in today's world.


A TRIBUTE TO A TRIO OF DEPARTED LEADERS Death is not any easy issue to deal with. We shun the study of it, and we try to avoid tal king about it, since it is such a sensitive subject. When friends of ours die, we try to recall the good deeds of the deceased, and try to evaluate their role in shaping other people's lives. In evaluating Dr. Dzintars Freimanis. Dr. Evelyn Walsh, and Mr. Harold Sweet, all of whom left us this year, we need not look far to find remarkable qualities. Each of them were popular and exemplary. Dr. Freimanis was a native of Riga, La tvia who came to the United States in I 950, hoping to escape persecution due to hi s nationa lity. Freimanis acqui red a Ph.D in the teaching of French from Columbia University in I 961 , and began to teach at RIC that September. He served a t the coll ege for 18 years, before dying of an overdose of tranquillizcr pills on Christmas morning, 1978. Dr. James V. Koch, Dean of Arts and Sciences, sa id of him: "Like Plato in the origina l academy garden he cultivated students' minds and encou raged mental discipline in a fashion th at was c ivil, sympa thet ic and understanding ... " Mr. Calvin Tillotson, Modern Languages department chairman, called Freimanis "an outstanding instructor." Students had a high regard for him. both as a n educator and as a person. He will be missed. Evelyn Walsh, like Freimanis, died premat urely, but she had some intense suffering to undergo for two years before succumbing. She was. in time of illness as well as joy, concerned with others - not herself. "Evelyn Walsh's handling of it (dea th), as of the career it cut short, was a wonderful affirmation of life and mind and spirit." wrote Dr. J ohn Browning of his friend and colleague. Scott Molloy. an ex - student, noted Dr. Walsh 's fine command of the English Language and of the nuances that are so necessary in interpreting major events in history. Harold Sweet, a 69 year old non - traditional student, collapsed on his way to a c lass a nd died, of a heart attack, shortly thereafter. Sweet was no ordinary student; a retired businessman, he had returned to class to study Gerontology. Sweet was a leader in the elderly community, encouraging his older friends to return to school for intelluctual enrichment. The Anchor, on Harold Sweet: "Sweet, we feel, was an example of the new breed of stud ent: retired persons who return to school not to find a job but to find personal satisfaction and fulfillment. "Dr. Tom Randall of the Psychology department remarked: "Harold stood as a beacon - a guiding light for a ll who came in contact with him. By his very life, he showed us that the onset of old age is not to be feared. but rather to be seen as another opportunity for continued involvement with humanity." Thus, we said farewell to three respected members of the RIC community. Their contributions will serve



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The women's movement has been visible at RIC for nearly ten years. In the past five years. particularly, the movement has gathered momentum, as the Women's Center and Wom¡ an's Alliance have provided vehicles for feminist initiatives. Noteworthy this year were the personal struggles of several women. The complaints of these individuals promoted change in the attitudes of the campus community toward the role of women in modern society. Three women particularly stood out: Andd Ward. Mary Ball Howkins and Carolyn Lenz. Ward, Assistant Professor of Inst ructional Technology, found out in late January 1979 that the leadership of her department was recommending her dismissal. She led a vigor¡ ous battle to keep her position. recuiting students, union activists, the media. and others as a means to get her message across and hopefully. allow her to continue serving as RIC. Ward, the only woman in her department. claimed she was being discriminated against because of her sex. The advocates of her termination said her faculty evaluations showed she warranted replacement. By the end of the semester, it was unclear whether Dr. Ward would be admitted back; observers rated it an even bet. Mary Ball Howk ins was the co-a uthor (with Dr. Nancy Oppenlander) of a report in 1978 of the alleged sex bias at the college, as reflected in discrepancies between th e pay scale of men and women of similar abilities and experience. Carolyn Lenz. Professor of English. charged tha t she was hindered in attempts to rise in the ranks. and was underpaid, primarily because she is a female. The status of her confl ict against the English Department is as yet unknown. Progress. along with the aforementioned problems, made the 1978-79 academic year an eventful one for women at RIC. The administration made efforts to get things done for the women. Saying "I'm on the side of the women" in matters such as the fight for salary equity. President Sweet created the Women's Task force in early 1978. The Task Force late in the spring semester of 1979 completed its report, which will likely be applied in the fall semester, funds and facilities permitting. In May. it was disclosed that the federal Department of Health, Education and Welfare had selected RIC as one of the colleges to be given a "routine review" of its practices concerning women, the minorities and the handicapped. This is a story for next year's graduating class to examine; those in the Class of 1979. as we have seen. had plenty of news to digest and remember.


INTERNATIONAL FAIR '79: THE START OF SOMETHING BIG

1 It was a long time in getting started, but the first International Fair at RIC, held on May 9, was worth the wait. By most accounts, the fair was a success and worthy of becoming an annual event. George Harley, Co - ordinator of the Fair, termed it "an overwhelming success." He said that the student involvement evidenced by the Fair's success debunks the myth that apathy reigns supreme at RIC. Rana Maksad, the young woman from Lebanon who dreamed of the Fair as a means to spread the idea of cultural diversity, was greatly pleased with the result. She predicted that the International Fair would become an annual event, and that next year's edition will be "bigger, and with more enter-

tainment." In all, nine different culture groups were represented, including African, Chinese. and Cape Verdean. Olavo Amado, a Cape Verdean student studying here, said that for the first such event, the Fair was "excellent." His booth, he said, was sponsored by a group of Cape Verdean students at RIC, some of them citizens of the nation and some citizens of the United States. He said his organization will seek Student Parliament funding next year or thereafter. since there are 57 registered students at RIC who are of Cape Verdean ancestry. The fair provided food and drink, and exhibited native artifacts and music from the various countries. Thus. a new tradition began, and we were there to see its origins.

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LUMBERGATE? During the semester break, an incident occurred which

law or larceny or attempted larceny" existed. This final report

would be remembered as a major event of the year at RIC. It

extinquished many of the rumors about a "covcrup". but not

was revealed that President Sweet had disciplined two college

everyone was pleased, or satisfied.

employees for the use of "irregular procedures" in purchasing

Throughout the affair, Dr. Sweet steadfastly refused to

materials. The Rhode Island State Police were called in to

reveal the names of the employee and his supervisor. Sweet

investiga te, and as students returned to c lasses. a major news

said that if he announced the names, he woul d have possibly

story was transmitted across campus by newspapers, and by

been legally liable for the violation of const itutiona l rights of

word of mouth.

the two disciplined college employees. Students. those students

The incident began in the summer. when the employee ran

Who had anything at all to say about the lumber incident,

out of materials to finish college related work. He went to his

claimed that Sweet was just using the law as an alibi to protect

supervisor and said that materials could be acquired faster

his highly placed friends.

through his firm. Which had the needed quantit ies of lumber.

T he Anchor. which was in the forefront of the battle,

The supervisor consented to the swap. and later the employee

praised Sweet's hand ling of the matter overall, though c iting

was reimbursed.

the lack of name disclosure as less praiseworthy. The paper

Both the employee and his supervisor had violated two

was harsh on the two unnamed employees. asking them to

sections of the Board of Regents Personnel Policy. one dealing

admit their involvement. and stop "hiding behind a law, like

with the type of conduct employees must adhere to in main-

timid deer."

taining public trust, the other regarding the relationship be-

Maybe when we look back on the lumber incident. we will

tween the official duties and outside interests. which should be

term it "much ado abou t nothing". But, its role in the highs

kept at arms length .

a nd lows of the academ ic year 1978 - 79 will not be forgott en.

In its report. the sta te pol ice unit found that " no violation of

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In recent years, the number of handicapped students at RIC has been increasing. The college has tried to accomodate handicapped students by such means as entrance ramps on most buildings, support for the Handicapped Awareness organization, and by a new device, the Kurweil Machine, introduced this year. Located in the Adams Library, the device is used to convert a wide variety of printed matter into speech. This makes available to blind persons of RIC and the surrounding community information and entertainment materials found in books, magazines and typewritten manuscripts. The machine works by a system called Optical Character Recognition, whereby a scanning device converts printed matter into digital information, which is then processed by a small computer that separates corresponding audio output through a regular hi - fi speaker. The machine is highly versatile, as it can read continuously, repeat sentences or single words and indicate punctuation, thus allowing transcription for exact quotations. The KRM, as it is called, represents a wonderful innovation in education, as it tears down the barriers which have faced blind students for years.

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THE CANCHOR RETURNS! THE CANCHOR RETURNS! They said it couldn't be done, but it was. The Canchor, the

seeking permission to serve minors. Another story, under the

yearly satire issue of The Anchor, reappeared in 1979, less

ficticious byline Jack Scap, said that the RIC/ AFT union was

bitting but no less appetizing.

planning a strike- not to complain of unheeded grievances, but

In March, 1978, A Canehor appeared which was so controversial that it led Student Parliament to freeze the paper's

that the administration was being "patronizing" in so far granting ALL the AFT's demands.

funds for a week and nearly got The Anchor embroiled in a

The week's Editorial showed some silly cartoons and was

major lawsuit. The major complaint with the 1978 Canchor

captioned "The following reflects the views of the Canchor

was the cover, which showed the head of a prominent member

Editorial Board when they are stoned." The Art of the Week

of the RIC community superimposed over someone else's

feature was a terrible drawing which was presented as the

body, in a pose which had obvious sexual overtones. The

"winning entry of Senior Exhibit." The Video Den became the

decpicted public figure nearly sued the paper, but ultimately

Audio Den, where people could ..sit around and watch the

relented. The public, meanwhile, evidenced great displeasure

radio."

for the cover and some parts of the rest of The Canchor, many

Other news stories included accounts of the administra-

people advocating abolition of the tradition of an annual satire

tions's ordering all cripples to leave their wheelchairs in favor

issue.

of walking around campus; of the formation of a new club, the

In 1979, The Canchor returned. This year's issue was gener-

Organization to Combat Discrimination Against Eyeglass

ally regarded as Jess vicious than the 1978 edition, and as being

Wearers; and of the grand opening of the James P. Adams

more tasteful. Only two people wrote the Anchor Editors the

pool.

following week with criticisms, indicating the less offensive nature of the 1979 edition. The lead stories were varied and made to appear like real

The tradition of the Canchor, then, survives. The students in the Class of 1979 saw the Canchor come back, and it was, for many in the class, a highlight of the academic year.

news dispatches. One story reported that the Rathskellar was

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DEDICATION There i~ a member of the R I( community "ho ha' had a clo,e rclation,hip "ith the yearbook for years. yet never was the recipient of a yearbook dedication. Like some fine. underrated actress who never won an Oscar but certainly deserved one, tf not several, the individual this yearbook is dedicated to has never go11cn the credit she deserve,. That is, unti l now. For, in dedicating the 1979 t:xodus to Mary G. Davey. we not only arc rccogni/ing her contribution to our own class of 1979. but to the two dozen other clas'c' she has worked with in her long service at Rhode Island College. On top of working closely with these classes. she has cooperated with representatives of the several score clas\cs whose graduates participate in alumni activities. A member of the class of 1941, Mi ss Davey taught in several area elementary schools before being named RIC(E) Public Relations Officer in 1954. One of her first duties in this job was to promote the 1954 bond issue providing for construction of a new campus- that which we usc today. It is an undisputed fact that her efforts on behalf of the referendum were crucial: without her tireless efforts. the bond issue might have been rejected. Mary Davey's job as P.R. and Alumni Affairs Director included the oversight of all alumni activities. fund- raising drives and other similar programs. The job in itself is consuming. but Miss Davey did more than was required to earn her salary. She enjoyed her job, and it showed. Her calm, friendly personality encouraged reluctant alumni to give to the college that gave so much to them. Her ability to deal with several administrations. all sorts of different personalities among faculty and staff, and several generations of students and ex- students was extraordinary. She, in addition, was a pillar in the community, serving on commissions for the Governor and working on beha lf of the Catholic Church and the mentally ill. Most students did not get to meet Mary Davey until they had graduated. llcr amazing list of contacts gave graduates a feeling that they had never left their alma mater. Her amazing knowledge of the history of RIC- ib leaders. past and present. its traditions, past and emerging astOunded us all. Now, for Mary Davey. a chapter closes. She takes leave of the demanding life she has known since 1954 and begins a new. quieter lifestyle. Knowing Mary Davey as we in the Class of 1979 do. we do not expect her to slip into obscurity. It is our fervent wish that she continue to be involved with the doings at RI C. and we trust that our wish will be granted. Therefore, we the members of the Class of 1979. arc honored to dedicate our yearbook to \ilary G. Davey.

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AMARAL, LYNN M. 16 Briarwood Dr. Seekonk, MA 02771

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AUXIER, CHRISTINE J. 266 Fruit Hill Ave. No Providence, R I 02911

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BAIN, KELL 9 Cliff Street Providence. R I 02908 BAKER, LINDA M. 23 Ledge Road Seekonk, MA 02771 BALFOUR, DAVID 8. I I Park A venue

Harrisville, Rl 02830

BARBOSA, MARY A. 91 Quincy Avenue Pawtucket, Rl 02860 BARBOZA, JOHN R. 62 Windward Dr. Portsmout h. R I 02871 BARDEN, CAROLYN A. Pole Bridge Rd . North Scituate, R I 02857 BARLETTA, JANE 85 Gloucester St. Providence, Rl 02908 BARRETT, PATRICIA A. 560 Buttonwoods Ave. Warwick , RI 02886 BARR/CELLI. DONNA M. 16 Cadoret Drive Cumberland, R I 02864 BARTON MARY-ELIZA I 02 Spring St. East G reenwich, RI 028 18 BA YHA, ANN R . 365 Diamond Hill Rd . Warwick. RI 02886

ARSENAULT. WILFRED E. 496 Main Rd . Tiverton, Rl 02878

BEAN, MARIE E. 9 Appian Way Barrington, RI 02806

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BEAUDETTE, ROBERT A. 2305 Diamond Hill Rd. Ap. L Woonsocket, Rl 02895


BEAUMO NT. MARY E. 451 Mt. Pleasant Ave. Providence , R I 02908

840 Stafford Rd. Tiverton, Rl 02878

BLAIS, SUSAN M . BEDARD. DONNA L. 4 K imball Ave.

16 Brentwood Dr. N. Smithfield, Rl 02895

Pawtucket. Rl 02860

BEDETTA , GILBE RT G. 28 Orlando Ave. Cranston, RI 02910

BEDROSI AN, ROSE A. Broad Street Ashaway. RI 02804

BELL, BARBARA A. II Byfield St. Bristol, RI 02809

BELLERO SE, ROBERT R. 710 Manville Road Woonsocke t, RI 02895

BENNETT , LOUISE M. 31 Colony Rd. Riverside, Rl 0291 5

BENOIT III ROLAND J. Scott Rd. RD #5

BLAKE, H ENRY A. 6 Balsam Ave. Middl etown, RI 02840 BOCOOK, CYNTHIA M. 19 Grant Drive Coventry, RI 02816

BOEZI, NANCY J. 382 Webster A ve. Cranston, Rl 02920

BOLLES, S HARON G. 36 Gladstone Street Esmond. RI 02917

BONSIGN ORE, GAIL M .

Cranston, RI 02905

BOUTHIL LIER, SUSAN M.

BERGERO N, DEBRA L.

15 Vermont Ave. Rumford, RI 0291 6

Putnam, CT 06260

BETTEZ, MARY L. 35 George St. N. Providence . R I 0291 I

BETTEZ. MICHAEL P. 65 Roundway Dr. Coventry, Rl 028 16

BIANCHI , JANET M. 117 Whipple Ave. Barrington , R I 02806

BIL YJ, JAROSLA W 45 Lookout Avenue North Providene, RI 02911

BISSONN ETTE, JOSEPH A.

BROWN, CATHER INE L. 2005 Cranston St. Cra nston, RI 02920

BROWN, JAMES W. 257 Gano St. Apt. #6 Providence , RI 02903

BROWN, MARJOR IE L.

BROWN. WILLIAM S.

BOUSQUE T, RONALD W.

BERNIER , JOANNE 55 Maynard St.

BRODEUR , GLENN R. 50 Oakley Rd. Woonsocke t, Rl 02895

BONVILL E, CELIA I. 35 William St. Pawtucket, CT 02891 34 Pennsylvania Avenue C umberl and, Rl 02864

BERGERO N, JOAN L.

BRITO, MARY K. 572 Main Street Warren, RI 02885

57 5 Dyer Ave. Cranston, Rl 02920

BERGER, FAITH M. 75 Fern crest Ave.

206 Narragans ett St. Cranston, RI 02905

BRIGIDI, RAYMON D A. 120 Comn.odor e St. Providence , Rl 02904

Cooper Rd . RFD #I Chepachet , Rl 02814

Cumberlan d, RI 02864

114 Potomac Rd. Warwick, RI 02888

BREWSTE R, JUDITH A. 87 Goddard St. Providence , R I 02908

BOUTIN, JACQUEL YN M. 4 Fillmore St. Warwick, Rl 02888

BOWSER , NANCY A. 395 County Rd. Barrington . Rl 02806

BOZEK. EUGENE R. 166 Post Road Westerly. Rl 02891

River Road Westerly. Rl 02891

BR UNERO. MARIE A. 807 Providence St. West Warwick. RT 02893 BUCK LER, ALICE R. 3595 Post Rd. Apt. 306 Warwick, Rl 02886

BURKE, MARY L. 467 Armistice Blvd. Pawtucket, Rl 02861

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BU RRELL JO-ELLEN 93 Merry Mount Dr. Warwick. Rl 02888

BRANCH , MAR Y-ELLEN

BURROUG HS, JOYCE E.

146 Pembroke Ave. Providence . R I 02908

675 Knotty Oak Rd. Coventry, RI 02816

BRASSAR D, DAVID A. 68 Steere Attleboro, MA 02703

BUTLER, ALFRED K.

BRENNE R, ARTHUR W. 66 Welfare Ave. Cranston, Rl 02910

BRESLIN, SUZANN E A. Pole #2 Matteson Rd . Hope, Rl 02831

17 Cononchet Trail E. Greenwich . RI 02818

BYRNE. KAREN F. 49 Bradley St. Providen ce, Rl 02908

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CARON, LUCILLE M. 75 Village Rd. Apt. 10 Woonsocket, Rl 02895

CHILL£, ALAN J. 1720 Chalkstone Ave. Providence, Rl 02909

CARROLL, ESTHER R. I 12 Angell Rd. Lincoln, RI 02865

CHIN. SUSANNE J. 72 Summit Ave. Providence, Rl 02906

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CHOINIERE, KEVIN R. 45 Sachem St. Pawtucket, RI 02861

CASEY, MARY E. 83 Madeleine Ave. Woonsocke t, Rl 02895

CHRISTIE, C YNTHIA A . 20 Star Ave. Riverside, Rl 02915

CASPERSON, JR. R. 153 Westcott Ave. Cranston, R I 0291 Q

C HRISTY, DONALD J. 100 Page St. Warwick. Rl 02886

CA VANAH, KIM C. 23 South Court St reet Prvidence, RI 02906

CHRISTY, DONNA M. 451 River Ave. Providence, R I 02908

CELA N I, DAVID 168 Duned in St. Cranston, RI 02920

CHUNG, SUSAN I00 I Narragansett Blvd. Providence. R I 02905

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CAREY, ROBERT G. 16 Kingsley Way Rehoboth, MA 02769

CHA M PAGNE, GER ALD E. 28 Ruth Street Woonsocket, R l 02895

CAR LOTTI, DORTHY M. 195 High Service Ave. N . Providence, R l 02904

CHARETTE, PAUL R . 81 Linwood Ave. Providence, Rl 02909

CARLSON, JANE E. I 37 North Street Warwick, Rl 02886

CHAVES, CY NTHIA M. 17 Crossman St. Taunton, MA 02780

CARNE VA LE, ANNA T. 537 Fruit Hall Ave. N. Providence, Rl 02911

CHEVRETTE, JACQUELINE M. 146 Senate Street Pawtucket, R l 02861

CA R NE VALE, MARYELLEN 537 Fruit H ill Ave. North Providence, Rl 02911

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COGGON, CURTIS P. 22 Channel St. Hull, MA 02045 COHEN, SUZANNE/. I I 0 O verbrook Ave. Warwick, Rl 02889 COLACC/0 , N OR MA R. 18 Swift St. Providen..ce, RI 02904 COLA FR ANCESCO, JEAN M. 41 Madison Ave. Cranston, RI 02920 COLASA N Tl, DEBOR AH L.

87 Ba rton A venue Warwick, Rl 02889

COL VJN, STEVEN T. 28 Holden St. Attleboro, MA 02703 COMSTOCK, COR INNE R. 18 Atwells Ave. Johnston, Rl 02919 CONNORS, EDWARD FT. 2 Ferry Lane Barrington, Rl 02806 CONNQRS, PA TRICIA A . 28 Apallo Rd. Apt. 4D Ea. Providence, RI 02914 CONTI, ROBERTA A. 29 Ladeira Ave. Portsmouth, R I 0287 1

COOPER- THOMAS, SHARON J. 154 Congdon St. Providence, RJ 02906 COREN, RICHARD H. 64 Cliffside Dr. Cranston, RJ 02920 CORNELL, JANICE M. 92 Delwood Rd. Wa rwick, RI 02889 CORREIA, VIR IATO R. 28 Apollo Rd. Apt. 3M E. Prov., RI 02914 COR R IGAN, MARYELLEN 544 Front Street Marion, MA 02738 COSTANZO, KA R EN S. 12 Ethelyn Ci rc le Maynard, MA 01754 COTE, CECILE J. 103 Lin den Ave. Woonsocket, Rl 02895 COTE, DONNA M. Louise F. Luther Dr. Cumberland, RI 02864 COTE, GEORGETTE T. 60 Wrent ham Rd. Bellingham. MA 02019 CO TE, M ICHAEL R. 492 Brayton Ave. Fall River, MA 02721

COUSINS, RAE B. 117 Pawtucket Ave. C ranston, RJ 02905 COUTUR E, ROBERT R. 2 Elm Ct. Esmond, Rl 02917 CRA VEIRO, CYNTHIA A. 21 Chestnut St. .Pawtucket, R I 02860 CRENCA, UMBBR TO 10 Warren Ave. No. Providence, RI 029 11 CROSS KATHER INE A. Qua rry Road Apt. J4 Kingstown, Rl 0288 1 CRUDELE, JAMES S. 70 Glenwood Ave. C ranston, R l 029 I0 CUM MINGS, PATRICIA R. PO Box 263 Portsmouth, RI 0~87 1 CURRAN, M A R Y -JO 3 Pilgrim Terrace Cumberland, Rl 02864 CUT LER, CA R LOS W. 79 Fiat Avenue Cra nston, R( 02910 CZECH, LILLiAN A. 8 1 Ha mlet Street Pawtucket, R I 02860

CO TE, NATALIE M. 146 Leger Lane Tiverton, R I 02878 COTE, ROBER T J. 244 Pleasant St. Rumford, RI 029 16 COTTA, SUSAN M. Long Highway Little Compton, Rl 02837 COTUG N O, MONIKA J. 31 Ta ra St. Johnston, RI 029 19

DACCHIOLI, LINDA A . 416 Centra l Ave. Johnston, Rl 0291 9 DA GA TA, JOHN A. 69 Blackburn St. Pawtucket, RI 02861 DAGES!, LiSA H. 196 Garden S t. C ranston, RI 029 10

CONWA Y, DA VJD C. 562 Hope Street Providence, R I 02906

COUR N OYER, S R. RONA LD P. 95 Pond St. W. Wa rwick, RI 02893

DALTON, ELIZA BETH J. 74 H arman Avenue Seekonk, MA 02771

COOPER, JOHN J. 25 Fostmere Court Warwick, RI 02889

COUSTNEAU, M ARKS. 127 Bellevue Avenue Providence, R I 02907

DAL Y, ALA N J . 65 Ma rion Ave. Cra nston, Rl 02905

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DAMORE, ELAINE M. 67 Melrose St. Cra nston, R l 029 10

DETRI, RALP/1 A. 93 Fiumc St. Pawtucket, Rl 02860

DOS REfS, MURIEL P. I 18 Miller Avenue Providence, R l 02905

DASILVA, SILVIA T. 16 Brooks Farm Dr. Bristol, R I 02809

DEUS, ANGELO P. 48 Wakefield West Warwick, Rl 02893

DOWDING. ROBERT V. 57 Myrtle Ave. Warwick, Rl 02886

DAUPLI\ISE, JULIE M. 159 Andrews Avenue West Warwick, R l 02893

DEVERNA, BARBARA M. 24 Elmbrook Drive Warwick, Rl 02889

DOYLE, HENRY J. 15 Granite St. Johnston, Rl 02919

DAVIS, CAROL L. 172 Linwood Ave. Providence. Rl 02907

DEVUYST, SUE P. 28 Madeleine Avenue Woonsocket, Rl 02895

DOYLE. RITA A. 20 Firglade A venue Riverside. R I 0291 5

DICAND/0, W ILLIAM 26 Manning Dr. E. Providence. R I 02915

DR ESS. ANNETTE I. 303 Lafayette St. Pawtucket, Rl 02860

DICENSO. MICHAELS. 75 Marshall Ave. Warwick, Rl 02886

DROHAN, ROBERT 448 Niantic Ave. Providence. R I 029 I 0

DIFILIPPO, PAUL G. 124 Old River Rd . Lincoln, Rl 02865

DR UMMOND. THOMAS

DAVIS, DENNIS A. I 53 Laurens St. Cranston, Rl 02910 DAVIS, HARRY P. 1212 Pontiac Ave. Cranston, RI 02920 DA Y, M ICHAEL J. 127 Arlignton Ave. Providence. R I 02906

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57 Stillwater Rd. Esmond. Rl 02917

DEFUSCO. LINDA A. 194 Curry Road Cranston, R l 02920

DILL, CINTHIA M. 139 Elmore Ave. Trenton, NJ 08619

DEGRANGE. MARCIA L. 577 Willow Street Woonsocket. RJ 02895

DILLON, PATRICIA A. PO Box 347 Greenville, R I 02828

DELMONICO, JOANNE 64 G lover St. Providence, Rl 02908

DIMEGLIO, JANE D. 20 Loveday St. Providence, R I 02908

DELPRETE, ROBERT J. 20 Barbara Ann Dr. N. P rovidence. R I 029 I I

DIMITRI, DOREEN A. 23 Benedict Street No. Providence. Rl 02904

DENINNO, DONNA J. 39 Alexander St. No. Providence, RI 02904

DISANTO, JODI A. I 06 Courtland St. Providence, Rl 02909

DULGARIAN, RICHARD K. 106 Church Hill Drive Cranston, Rl 02920

DEPASQUALE . MARY R. 126 Main St. Warren. Rl 02885

DITRI. KAREN A . 87 Canton St. Providence. Rl 02908

DUPLESSIS. DENISE S. 699 Bernon St. Woonsocket. Rl 02895

DEPASQUALE , PAUL M. 126 Main Street Warren, Rl 02885

DOMNA R S KI, HENRY A. 13 Simmons St. Johnston, R I 02919

DUPUIS. M ICHELLE P. 3 Lincoln Ave. Lincoln. R I 02865

DEQUATTRO. SUSAN M. 3 Archer Avenue Johnston, Rl 02919

DONILON, ELEANOR J. 26 Carlisle St. Providence, R I 02907

DURKIN. SANDRA L. 8 I Willis Ave. Cumberland. R l 02864

DERR ICO, JR. JOHN V. 92 Jastram St. Providence. R I 02908

DONOVAN. VIVIANNEE. 32 Hornet Dr. N. Kingstown, Rl 02852

DURSIN. CYNTHIA M. 17 Lincoln Avenue No. Providence. RI 02904

DESISTO. THOMAS C. 42 Anoka Ave. Barrington, Rl 02806

DOOLEY, HOWARD L. 182 Eaton Street Providence, R I 02908

DUVAL. DO NA M. II 33 Lonsdale Ave. Central Falls. RI 02863

DRURY. JEFFREY J. 8 Kitchencr Rd. Johnston. Rl 02919 DUFFY. OA VID M. 1469 Cranston St. Cranston. Rl 02920 DUFFY. DONNA P. 87 Carolina Ave. Providence. RJ 02905


DWINNELL. LOUANN£ #3 Cottage St. Lincoln, Rl 02865

FALCONE, DIANE M. 34 Randall St. Cranston, R I 02920

FOLAN, MICHAEL P. 122 Rowe Ave. Pawtucket, Rl 02861

DWYER. KERRY T. 765 T hird Avenue Woonsocket, R l 02895

FANNING, DANIEL T. 68 Forbes Street Providence, R I 02908

FOLSOM, WILLIAM W. RFD 3 Box 191 North Scituate, R l 02857

FARRELL, MAUREEN P. 45 King St. Dobbs Ferry, NY I0522

FOUR N IER, PFJTER M. 13 Mowry St. Harrisville, R I 02830

FEENEY, JEANNE A . 31 Sowams Drive Bristol. R I 02809

FOYE, PAULA E. 60 Lisbon St. Providence, R I 02908

FEID, THOMAS P. RR2 Box 39 Peeptoad Rd . N. Scituate. Rl 02857

FRAMENT, IAN H. 818 Tollgate Rd. Warwick, Rl 02886

FERREIRA, CHARLES D. 126 Hollister Rd. Seekon k, MA 02771

FRANCISCO, M ELINDA A. 57 Gooding Street Pawtucket, R l 02860

ECKLOFF. JUDITH-ANN 143 orth Road Pascoag. R l 02859 EGAN. JAMES C. 63 Massasoit Ave. Cranston, R l 02905 EM OND, MICHAEL 1300 Newman Ave. Seekon k, MA 02771 ERBE, ELLEN V. 75 Dora St. Providence, R I 02909

FER R Y, JOHN E. 240 Summer St. Cranston, Rl 02910 FICO, FRANCES M. Ill Glover St. Providence, R I 02908

ERICKSON, NEAL R.

95 Dory Road Warwick, Rl 02886 ESPOSI TO. THERESA A. 26 Li ttlefield Road Wa rwick, Rl 02886 ESTES, ALBERT T. 447 Old Warren Rd. Swansea. MA 02777 ESTES. JOYCE P. 692 Chal kstone Ave. Providence. R I 02908 EVERS. EMMA 24 Mount View Dr. C umberland, Rl 02864

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FRAZELL. ELIZABETH H. 236 Carleton Street Providence. Rl 02908

FIN K, COR Y H. 422 Wayland Avenue Providence, R I 02906

FR EBER G, NANCY G. 22 G ilbert Court Cumberland, R l 02864

FIRM/ NO, MARY A. 15 Huxley Ave. Providence, Rl 02908

FR EDERICKSON, JANET L. 17 Carver Rd. Cranston. R I 02920

FITZPATRICK, FR ANCIS L. 137 Carleton St. Providence, Rl 02908

FUITERSAK, LINDA A . 281 Spring Green Rd. Warwick, Rl 02888

FITZPATRICK, PAUL G. 172 Ontario St. Providence, R I 02907 FLA HE R TY, MARTIN J. 670 Common St. Walpole, MA 02081

Providence. Rl 02906 FALCONE, CHR ISTINE£. Pole 24 E. Killingly Rd. Foster, Rl 02825

FOGARTY, JEAN M. 8 Gibbs St. North Providence, RI 02904

FAGAN, MAUREEN A.

FRAZAO, JUDITH A . 321 Summit Ave. Providence, R T 02906

FIELDING, JO-ANN 23 Cynthia Drive N. Smithfield, Rl 02895

FLINN, EDWARD P. 132 Longmeadow Ave. Warwick, Rl 02889

95 Carrington Avenue

FR A R Y, JOHN T. 52 Overlook Rd. Narraganseu, Rl 02882

FUTUR E, EVELYN 227 Ocean St reet Providence, R I 02905

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GAGE, TERESA M. 4 Laurel Lane Spur. Greenwich, CT 06830 GAGLIARDI, ALISON M. 200 Grandview Rd. E. Greenwich, R I 028 18

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GAGNON, EDWARD E. 7 Lafayette St. West Warwick, Rl 02893

GIAMPAOLI. ROBERT P. 39 George Waterman Rd. Johnston, RI 02919

GRAY, NANCY L. 55 West Street E. Greenwich, R f 02818

GAGNON, PAULETTE M. 332 Dulude Ave. Woonsocket. Rl 02895

GIARDINA, LYDIA M. 68 Scituate A venue Johnston, Rl 02919

GREY, CA ROLYN M. 68 Fales Road Bristol. Rl 02809

GALLO, BEVERLY M. 815 Sandy Lane Apt. 56 Warwick, Rl 02886

GIBBONS, PAUL P. PO Box 32 Charleston, R I 02813

GRIFFIN, SUSAN J. 10 Garden Drive Lincoln, R I 02865

GALLOGLY. CAROLYN A . I 00 Peabody Drive Warwick, RI 02889

GIGUERE, GLORIA T. 96 Esmond St. West Warwick, Rl 02893

GRZYCH, THOMAS J. Wallum Lake Road Pascoag. Rl 02859

GALVIN. ROBERTA A. 27 Kent Drive Seekonk, MA 02771

GILL, JOANNE M. 5 Rosewood Ave. Cranston, R I 02905

GAMA, ROBERT D. Box 276 Peace Dale. .RI 02883 GANEK, LAURA B. 250 Williams St. Providence, Rl 02906 GARDINER, KATHLEEN M. 110 Norman Ave. Cranston. Rl 02910 GARGANO, DOMENJC P. 4 Bennett Dr. J ohnston, RI 02919 GARVEY, LORI E. 145 Esse" Road Apt. 7A Warwick, Rl 02888 GATTA, KEVIN P. 117 Simmonsvillc Ave. Johnston, RI 02919 GAULTN, ANN R. 781 Park Avenue Cranston, R I 02910 GELLER, ANDREW B. 99 Potomac Road Warwick, RI 02888 GENTILE, GREGORY M. 32 Lincoln Park Ave. Cranston, RI 02920 GEORGE, DEBORAH A. 471 Academy Ave. Providence, R I 02908 GER AGHTY. JR. WARREN A. 29 Downing Street Providence, R I 02907

GINOLFI, JAMES J. 165 Mercy Street Providence, R I 02909 GIORDANO, ALICE M. 27 Dewey Street Pt. Jefferson St. NY 11776 GIOVINGO, ANDREA M. 68 Berkeley Avenue Yonkers, NY 10705 GLANZ, MELODY£ L. Gage Rd. RR#5 Brewster, NY 10509 GLENNON, THOMAS F. 23 Lincoln Park Ave. Cranston, R I 02920 GOOD, INEZ A. 108 Apulia Street East Providence, RI 02914

GUARNIERE, DONNALEE I 08 Briggs A vc. Somerset, MA 02725 GUDECZA USKAS, SUSAN 21 Robbins Drive Coventry, Rl 02816 GUERIN, WfLLIAM P. 41 Houtman Ave. Cumberla nd, Rl 02864 GUERRA , SANDRA 44 Mill St. Cumberland, Rl 02864 GUTDO, JOHN A. 4 Forrest Hill Drive Johnston, R I 02919 GUILDERSON, DAVID X. Hartford Ave. Johnston, R I GUILMETTE. SR. KENNETH L. 100 Elmbrook Dr. Warwick, Rl 02889

GORMAN, ELIZABETH J. 485 New Meadow Rd. Barrington, Rl 02806 GORSKI, STANLEY G. 59 Sycamore Ave. Brockton, MA 02401 GOTLJB, BLANCHE B. 200 Hoffman Ave. Cranston, Rl 02920

HACKLEY, MARY E. 47 Lyndon St. Warren, Rl 02885 HADZIMA, MARIANNE

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GOULD, ROBERT A. 135 Austin Road No. Kingston, RI 02909

28 Upland Way Barrington, R I 02806

GOYETTE, SANDRA E. 300 St. Paul St. N. Smithfield, RI 02895

HAGGERTY, CORNELIUS J. 43 Potter St. Pawtucket. R I 02860

GRASSO, STEVEN A. 89 Butler Ave. Central Falls, RI 01863

HALEY, NANCY-JANE 23 Redwood Drive Cumberland, Rl 02864


HA L L. BRADLEY J. 11 7 Wesleyan Avenue Warwick. Rl 02886

HAYES. JR. R A YM OND V. 45 . Hill View Dr. Narragansett, R l 02882

HOOD, AUDR EY£. 44 Reise Terrace Portsmouth, R I 02871

HALLBA C H. CH ERYL L. 341 Pullen Ave. Pawtucket , Rl 0286 1

HAYES, JR. R OBERT W. 3 I Forsyth St. Prov., Rl 02908

HOULE, WILLIA M F. 44 Blue Hill Drive Warwick, R l 02886

HALLEN£ , PAMELA A. 240 Lafa yette Rd. N . Kingstown , Rl 0 2852

HEADLEY, SHA UNA M . 25 1 Worden St. Netc. Newport , R I 02840

H UGHES, COLLEEN M . 40 Norman Ave. Cranston, R I 029 10

HA L PIN, H ELEN E. 177 Wh eeler Ave. Cranston. Rl 02905

HEDDE N , MARK E. 76 Sherman Ave. Bristol, Rl 02809

H UNDER TMA RK, Ill W ILLIA M H. 85 Pembroke Ave. Providence, R I 02908

HA NNA N . NANC Y C. 52 Belair Ave. Providence, R I 02906

H EINTZ, PAUL C. II Rainbow Road C ranston, Rl 02920

H UNT. S R. T HOMAS W. II Willington Rd. Pa wtuc ket, Rl 02861

HANRAHAN, JOAN T. 15 Middle St. Barrington, R I 02806

28 Apollo Rd . Apt. 6F East Providence. R I 02914

HANSEN. JUDITH L. 63 Princeton Avenue Coventry, Rl 02816 HANSON, ROBERTA M. 175 Diamond Hill Road Woonsocke t. Rl 02895

HENDERSO~ GLENDA

HENDRICKSON, J U DITH D. Black Hut Road G lenda le, Rl 02826 H E NRY, JAMES M. 84 Blanchard Ave. Warwick, Rl 02888

HARDIS TY, LEONARD W. 25 Chapel Road Barrington. R I 02806

H EROUX, GERA RD H. 43 Garnet St. West Warwick, Rl 02893

HARDMAN. Ill WILLIAM A . Orchard Ave. Pole # 17 Greenville, Rl 02828

H E RTNECK, ANNEGRIT 74 John Street Providence, R I 02906

HARLE Y . GEORGE E. I 02 Auburn St. Cra nston, Rl 02910

H E TTICH, LIN DA J. 47 Columbus Ave. Pa wtucket, RI 02860

HARRIS ON, C YNTHIA M. 204 Orchard St. Cranston. Rl 02910

HEUBERGER, G R ETCH EN D. 304 3RD Ridge Rd. Wa llingford, CT 06492

HARTMAN, MARILYN K. 33 Second Street Providence, R I 02906

HICKEY, LINDA S. Ponaganset Rd. Foster, RI 02825

HA TTOY, RAYMOND E. 44 Peters Lane W. Warwick. Rl 02893

HINCHLIFFE, CIN DY L. 92 Exeter Rd. Exeter. Rl 02822

HAVEL, JR. CHARLES J. 586 Hope Street Providence, R I 02906

HOLMES . DEN IS E F. 394 Blacks tone St. Provide nce, RI 02907

HAVENS, DONNA L. 200 Lexington Avenue Providence. R I 02907

HOLMES, MARGAR ET E. 12 1 Prospect St. Woonsocket, Rl 0289~

H UNTINGTON, WILLIAM A . 206 Doyle Ave. Providence, R I 02906 HYNES, JAMES M. 339 Union Avenue Apt. 3 Providence, R I 02909 HY ES. KAR E M . 168 Birch St. Attleboro, MA 02703

IAFRATE, N A NC Y K. 91 Wa rren Ave. Pawtucket. Rl 02860 IA FR ATE. PATRICIA M . Ill East Avenue . Providence. R I 0291 I IERADI. GA IL M. 172 Ja ponica St. Pa wtucke t, Rl 02860 IMONDI, A NN M. 8 Parker St. Lincoln. Rl 02865 INGHAM. C LIFFORD £ . RR2 Box 568 Foster. Rl 02825

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JAGERSKY. RONALD E. 17 Eaton Street Providence. R I 02908

KATIBIAN, LJNDA .M. 55 McGirr St. Cumberland, Rl 02864

KREYSSIG, ROBERT I. Box 276 Hope Valley. Rl 02832

JAMES, RANDALL W. 130 Westwood Way E. Greenwich. Rl 02818

KELLEY, PETER E. 348 Lloyd Ave. Providence. Rl 02906

KROHMER, BRUCE E. 12 Barnes St. Providence, R I 02906

JENKINS, JANET L. 4 Harlem S t. Rumford, R I 02916

KELLS, JR. JOHN M. Briar Wood Quonochont Aug. Charlestown, Rl 02808

K UEHN, JAMES L. Rte. 3 Box 280 No. Scituate, Rl 02857

JILLSON, CYNTHIA R. 15 Taft Rd. Cumberland. Rl 02864

KELLY, ANN M. 5 Greenwood Ave. Coventry. Rl 02816

K USIAK, NANCY M. Harkney Hill Road Coventry, R I 02816

JOHNSON. ANNMARIE 55 Croadc Street Warren. Rl 02885

KELLY, KATHLEEN A . 14 Havana St. Providence, R I 02904

KUSMIERZ, LOIS A. I 78- R Corona St. Warwick, Rl 02886

JOHNSON. CHERYL-ANN 35 Elmcrest Avenue Providence, R I 02908

KENAHAN, THERESA R. 24 Laban Street Providence, R I 02909

JOHNSON, LAURIE E. 22 Mark Drive Cranston. R l 02920

KHA TCHADOURIAN, MARAL 51 Crawford St. Cranston, R l 02910

JOHNSON. STEVEN A. 442 Prospect Street Woonsocket. R I 02895 JOHNSON, SUSAN J. 20 Helme Rd. Kingstown, R l 02881 JONES, LISA H. 303 A. G reenwich Avenue Wa rwick, Rl 02886 JUDD, STEPHANIE J. 41 Union Avenue Providence. R l 02909 JUDGE, SANDRA L. 755 Scituate Ave. Cranston, Rl 02920

KIBBE, RICHARD T. 60 Hawthorne Avenue Cranston, R I 02910 KILLIAN, JR. CHA R LES W. 69 Drybrook Road Warwick, Rl 02889 KING, LEOA. 4 Twins Lane N. Providence, Rl 02904 KIPP, DIANNE M. Johnson Rd. Foster, Rl 02825 KIRBY, JANICE E. 89 Oakhill Dr. Cranston, Rl 02920 KOCIUBA, JAMES T. 244 Putnam Pi ke Johnston, Rl 029 17

KALJFF, MA R GA R ETRO E. 26 Intervale Ave. East Providence, Rl 02914 KANWJT, EVELYN A. 35 Kilburn Avenue Li ncoln. R I 02865

KOCZER A, SUSAN A. 115 y, Bullard Street New Bedford, MA 02746 KOKOLSKI, JOHN C. 79 Old Street Woonsocket, Rl 02895

L LABOSSIERE. JOANNE H. 7 Foxx Drive Lincoln. Rl 02865 LA BRECQUE. JOSEPH A . 64 Spring St. Woonsocket. Rl 02895 LA BRIE, A NN M. 700 Cottage St. Pa wtucket. R I 0286 1 LACASSE. DA V/0 W. 106 June Street Providence, R I 02908 LAJOIE. PATRICIA A . 57 Archer Avenue Johnston, Rl 02919 LAMOND, KAREN E. 70A Hemlock Drive Attleboro. MA 02703 LAMONT, EDWARD A. 126 Oa k Hill Road No. Kingston, Rl 02852 LAMOTHE. NANCY J. 268 Fruithill Avenue N. Providence, R I 0291 I LANCIA, DOLORES M. II Katherine Dr. Johnston, Rl 02919

KOSIEROWSKI. LINDA KASSED, CHERYL A. 136 Paine Avenue Cranston, R I 02910

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M. 9 Vivian Ave. Pawtucket, R l 02860

LANDRY, DONNA M. 22 Carpenter St. Pawtucket, R l 02860


LANGLAIS. KAREN 12 Cottage St. Lincoln, Rl 02865

LEFRANCOIS, JOAN E. 355 Olaekstone Woonsocket, Rl 02895

LIBBY. JACAI~ YN J. PO Box 217 South Rd. Adamsville, R I 02801

LAOR ENZA. PHYLLIS V. 332 Simmonsville Ave. Johnston, Rl 02919

LEIKKANEN, MARY A. 38 orth Common Road Westminster. MA 01473

LIBUTTI. DOROTHY M. 825M Pontiac Ave. Cranston, R I 02910

LAPi ER RE. BEVERLY A. Lorry Aven ue RFD # I Nasonville. Rl 02895

LEMEK, DA VIO A. 17 Knight St. West Warwick. Rl 02893

LIGUORI, USA J. Boom Bridge Rd . Westerly, R I 02&91

LA POINT, ANN P. Tolland Stage Rd. Box I 17 Tolland, CT 06084

LEMIRE. JOSEPH E. 101 Second Avenue Woonsocket. Rl 02895

LIMA, ALMA L. 132 Babcock Street Providence, Rl 02905

L AR EAU, SUSAN K. 70 Homestead Ave. Woonsocket. Rl 02895

LEMMIS, NANCY D. 23 Seamans St. Prov.. R I 02906

LIS!, DIANNE A. 73 Burbank St. Cranston, R I 02910

LA R IVEE, DENISE C. 17 Chaplin St. Pawtucket, R I 02861

LENIHAN. JOAN II. 51 Hall St. West Warwick, Rl 02893

LITTLE, KATHLEEN M. 52 Ravenswood Avenue Providence, R I 02908

LENOCE. NANCY A. 127 Bellevue Avenue Providence, R I 02909

LOCK E. STEPHEN R . 112 Dickens St. Warwick, RI 02886

L ARIVEE. LEO A. 28 Tiffany St. Central Falls. R l 02863 LA TIMER, DEBORAH A . 8 East Ave. Lincoln , Rl 02865 LA VALLEE. DENISE A. 71 Church St. Pascoag. R l 02859 LA VALLEE, DENISE A. 1591 Ol d River Road Manville, R I 02838 LA WLESS, JOE E. 7 Barrett Ave. N. Providence. R I 02904 LAWR ENCE, M ICH ELE M . 399 Minerva Ave. Cumberland, Rl 02864 LEBLANC. JANE C. 132 Pinehurst Ave. Providence, R I 02908 LEBLANC, MICHAEL D. 132 Pinehurst Ave. Providence, R I 02908

LEONARD. CAROL J. 64 Earl St. Warwick, R l 02886 LEONA R D, KAREN L. 99 Prescott A vc. Riverside, R I 02915 LEPRY. MARY M. 73 Allen Dr ive East Greenwich, R l 02818 LETOILE. WILLIAM V. 55 Paradis Avenue Woonsocket, RI 02895 LEVEILLE£, ALAN D. 29 Tiernan Aven ue Warwick. R l 02886 LEVESQUE. ELAINE R. 43 Shippee Ave. W. Warwick, Rl 02893 LEWIS. DONNA M . 29 Elder A ve . East Providence, R I 0291 5

LOHRMANN. MARY BETH 204 Ny Blvd. Sea Girt, NJ 08750 LOMBARDI. CHERYL L. 3574 Quaker Lane North Kingstown, RI 02852 LOMBARDI, THOMAS A. 128 M irick Ave. Cranston, R I 02920 LOMBARDO. MEREDITH A. 2 Fairway Drive Cranston, R I 02920 LONG, LESTER J. 9 Wood Road Middletown, Rl 02840 LOPES, ALAN A. 96 Washington New Bedford, MA 02740

LEWIS, PATRICIA A. 55 Toner Street Rumford, R l 02916

LO PES, ROSA M. 71 W . Barrows St. Cumberland. Rl 02864

LEDOUX. PAR IS R. 64 Second A venue Cranston. R I 02910

LEWIS, SANDR A G. 69 Brook Street Barrington, Rl 02806

LORD, STEPHEN C. 10 1 Warren Ave. E. Providence. R I 02914

LEFEBVRE, JR. PAUL E. 212 Bloodgood St. Pawtucket, RI 02861

LEWIS. Ill CHARLES E. 109 Wilbur Avenue Cranston, R l 02920

LOUDFOOT. ELEANOR E. 4 Whitcomb Road Ri verside, R I 02915

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LOUGHLIN, SUZANNE M. 124 Angell Rd. Lincoln, R l 02865 LOUREIRO, ANNEMARIE 12 Beachwood Drive Cumberland, Rl 02864 LUBRANO, JANE 60 Mount Hope Ave. Providence, Rl 02906 LUKIN, CYNTHIA 8 . I Cedar Pond Dr. Apt. 6 Warwick, Rl 02886 LUNDY, BARBARA H. 12 Forestdale Drive Cumberland, Rl 02864 LUSIGNAN, DOROTHEA E. 188 Nelson St. Providence, Rl 02908 LYNCH, ROBIN A. 18 Manning Drive East Providence, Rl 029 15

MAHAN, MAUREEN E. 54 Greenhill Ave. Attleboro, MA 02703 MAILHOT, TERRIE A. 38 Ingersoll Ave. Warwick, Rl 02886 MAINELLA , GAIL M. 68 Harvard Ave. Warwick, Rl 02889 MAJCHER, DONNA J. Berkley Street Berkley, MA 02780 MANGILLI, RICHARD J. 23 Longview Dr. Cranston. R I 02920 MANNI, PHILLIS 95 Uxbridge St. Cranston, R l 02920 MANSOLJLLO, DANIEL J. 201 Hoffman Ave. Apt. 19 Cranston, Rl 02920 MARA TTA, CYNTHIA A. 50 Wasiota Ave. North Providence, Rl 02911

MACAL!STER, LYNN M. Cen tral Pike Foster, Rl 02825 MACEK, STEPHANIE J. I I Canton St. Providence, Rl 02908 MA CER A, LYNN M 224 Simmonsville Ave. Johnston, RI 02919 M ACHADO, CA R LEEN A. 127 Benefit St. Providence, Rl 02906 MACKINNON, FRANCIS X. RFD #I Box 589-A N. Scituate, Rl 02857 MACKSOUD, BRUCE J. 53 Cowden Street Gentral Falls, R I 02863 MAGGIA COMO, ANNMARIE 390 Sunset Ave. No. Providence, RI 02904

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MARA TTA, PETER 50 Wasiota Ave. North Providene. R I 0291 I MARBLE, WARREN G. 83 Hermit Dr. Warwick, Rl 02886 MARCEAU, KATHY A. 127 Mendon Rd. Woonsocket, Rl 02895 MARCHETTI, MARIA A. 34 Waveland St. Johnston, RT 02919 MARINE, ANTHONY J. 37 Elder Ave. East Providence, R T 02915 MARINEAU, SUSAN M. 32 Humbert St. Apt. '2 No. Providence, R I 0291 I MARINO, SUSAN E. 90 Langdon St. Providence, R I 02904

MARROCCO, RICHARD L. 47 Revere Ave. W. Warwick, Rl 02893 MARSELLA, VALERIE L. 4 Briarwood Rd. Lincoln , Rl 02865 MARSHALL, JUDITH A. Emmett Lane Cumberland, Rl 02864 MARTASIAN, BARRY M. 24 Mawney St reet E. Greenwich, Rl 02818 MARTIN, ELA INE T. 249 Shawmut Ave. Central Falls, R I 02863 MARTIN, KATHLEEN 35 Rand Street Central Falls, R I 02863 MARTIN, KEVIN M. 2 Pleasant View Ave. Johnston, Rl 02919 MARTIN, PAMELA L. 37 Brighton St. Providence, R l 02909 MASCIARELLI, STEVEN A . 34 Birchwood Drive No. Providence, Rl 02904 MASON, ANN C. 47 Sowam:> Rd. Barrington, R I 02806 MASSE, MARY M. 756 Weeden Street Pawtucket, Rl 02860 MASTROBUON O. LILLIAN M. 93 Bellevue Ave. Warwick. Rl 02888 MAYO, DAVID R. 22 Amherst St. N. Grafton, MA 01536 MAZZARELLA, JANICE R. 420 Middle Rd. E. Greenwich, RI 02818 MCAREA VEY, JOHN E. 66 Archer St. Pawtucket, Rl 02861 MCARTHUR, DOUGLAS

MARKOS, IRENE D. 67 Lyndon Road Cranston, RI 02905

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51 Michigan Avenue Providence, R I 02905


MCCOOL, NANCY J. 194 Shaw Ave. Cranston, Rl 02905

MCLELLAN. KA TJJRYN I. 24 Lowell St. Cranston. Rl 02910

MENCUCCI, ELEANOR 88 Old Greenville Road North Smithfiel, Rl 02895

MCCORMICH, CHRISTINE I04 Vine Street East Providence, R I 02914

MCMAHON, BRIAN J. 41 Tucker Ave. Cranston, R I 02905

METZ, LORRAINE M. 35 Holly Hill Lane Cranston, Rl 02920

MCMAHON, MAURFFN E. 18 Bow Street Cranston, Rl 02905

MICHALUK, NATALIE 46 Mac Arthur Road Woonsocket, RI 02895

MCCUTCHEO~ROBERT

278 Cranston Providence, R I 02907 M CDUFF, PA TR /CIA A. 140 Laurel Hill Avenue Providence. R I 02909 MCELENEY. THOMAS P. 212 Pawtuxet Ave. Crantston, Rl 02905 MCGARRY. MAUR£EN A.

MCNAMARA, DEBORA/I A.

8 Falmouth Street Johnston. Rl 02919 MCNIFF. JOHN J. 162 No. Country Club Dr. Warwick, Rl 02888

9 Webster St. Lincoln. RT 02865

M COSKER, CLARA A. 180 Wheeler Avenue Providence. R I 02905

MCGEE, CHERYL A. I02 Progress St. Pawtucket. Rl 02860

MCVAY. MARYFRANCE 2 Tanglewood Dr. Cumberland, Rl 02864

MCGINN, THERESA A. 47 Long Vue Ave. No. Providence, Rl 02904 MCGOVERN, JR. DANA£. 7 Nichols Lane E. Greenwich. Rl 02818 MCGOWAN, LOUIS H. 65 Walnut St. Johnston, RI 02919 MCGRATH, ALJCE M. 3 Canonchet Ave. Warwick, RI 02888 MCGRATH, THOMAS 1. 301 Nelson Street Providence, R I 02908 MCGUIRE, SUSAN G. 38 Brookfield Road Riverside, R l 02915 M CKENNA, MAUREEN A. 21 Tuscola Ave. North Providenc, R I 02904 MCKEON, MARGARET F. 14 Wepawaug Rd. Woodbridge, CT 06525 M CLAUGHLIN, CHARLES H. 165 Sessions St. Providence, R I 02906

MCWEENEY, MICHAEL 114 Whitehall St. Providence, R I 02909 MECKES, SHIRLEY A. 173 Morse Ave. Warwick. Rl 02886 MEDEIROS, DEBORAH L. 8 Colonial Dr. Warren, RI 02885 M EDEIROS, KENNETH 302 State Street Bristol. RI 02809

MIELE, JOSEPH H. 10 Doane St. Cranston, Rl 02910 MIKETA, ROSEMARY A. 93 Sunnybrook Dr. N . Kingstown, RI 02852 MILBERY, CAROL A. 97 Cindyann Drive E. Greenwich, RI 02818 MILLS, ABAGAIL R. 69 Wentworth Ave. Warwick, Rl 02889 MILNER, PA ULA A. 40 Overhill Rd. Cranston, RI 02920 MIMS, STEVE C. 278 Morgan Ave. Johnston, Rl 029! 9 MIRANDA, ANTONE 1. 44 Rounds Ave. S. Swansea, MA 02777 MIRANDA, DEBORAH A. Long Highway Litt le Compton, RI 02837 MITCHELL, PAMELA J. Harris Road RFD #8 Smithfield. RI 02917

MEDEIROS, MARIA V. 59 Darlingdale Ave. Pawtucket, RI 02861

MITCHELL, PATRICIA A. 70 Read St. Somerset, MA 02726

MEL/NO, CAROL A. 42 Armi ngton Ave. Providence, RI 02908

MONAHAN, KEVIN M. 215 Shamrock Dr. Warwick, RI 02886

MELLO, CATHERINE E. 49 Roland Avenue Somerset, MA 02726

MOORE, LAWRENCE. R. 35 Esmond St. Esmond. Rl 02917

M ELLO, DELORES 57 Armstrong Avenue Providence, RT 02903

MOORE, RONALD Dexter Lane Bx472 RR4 Scituate, RI 02857

MELLOR, LUCINDA D. North Road Foster, Rl 02825

MOR AN, MICHAEL K. 400 Daggett Ave. Pawtucket. RI 02861

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MORETTI, DAVID T. IS St. Mary's Drive Cranston, Rl 02920

NEVILLE, PA U L J. 37 Gree nfield A venue No. Providence, Rl 02911

OLSEN. GARY G. 900 At wells Ave. Providence, R I 02890

MORISSEA U, LOUISE M. 72 Mechanic St. Woonsocket, RI 02895

NGUYEN, HOANG 82 Burlington Providence, R I 02906

OLSON, CA ROL YN M . 2 Winston Ct. Warwick, RI 02886

MOSCA, ANNMARIE 88 Smart Street Providence. R I 02904

NOLETTE. S USAN T. 396 Benefit Street Pawtucket. R I 02861

ONEIL, JOHN J. 60 Indian Road Riverside, R I 02915

MOUSALLY. GEORGE J. 55 Ridgewood Rd . Pawtucket, R l 02861

NORMANDIN . ANNE M. 200 Wood land Road Woonsocket, Rl 02895

OSBORNE, LINDA R. 8 Marjorie St. Covent ry, Rl 02816

MUCCINI. LISA A 5 Pond Street Bellingham, MA 0201 9

NORTHUP. MIC/l!IEL R. PO Box 99 . Kingstown. R I 02852

OVALLES, LINDA A 37 Muriel Avenue N . Providence. R I 0291 I

M ULLEN, RHONDA R. 505 Pouers Ave. Providence, RI 02907

NORTON, CHRISTI EM. 36 Commodore Ave. Warwick, Rl 02888

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NOTARANTONIO. NANCY 115 Sunbury St. Providence. R I 02908

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M UNROE. SANDRA M. 20 Maple Street Warren, RI 02885 MURIE, CA RMEL M . 1363 Smith St. No. Providence. R I 0291 1 M URPHY, EILEEN P. RR I Box 155 N. Scituate, RI 02857 MURPHY, KATHLEEN T. 26 Delmar Avenue Providence, RI 02907 MUSUMECI, ARMAND G. 342 Hawkins Street Providence, RI 02904 NAJARIAN. DENNIS J. 30 Moore E. Providence. R I 02916

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OAKLEY, SHARON A. 7 Shag Bark Rd. Box 87 RR2 Narragansett. Rl 02882 OBRIEN, EDWARD L. 50 Fenwood Ave. Pawtucket. R I 02860 OBRIEN, JOAN C. 50 Hoyt St. Warwick. Rl 02886 OBRIEN, MARJORIE A. 32 Ri nggold St. Providence. RI 02903 OCONNELL, CAROL A . 210 Abbey Drive Cumberland, RI 02864 OCONNOR, LYNN A. Douglas Hook Road Chepachet, RI 02814

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PACKER, F. CRYSTA L C. 48 Wisdom Ave. Providence, R I 02908 PALLEIN, PETER E. 218 Waterman St. Apt. 208D Providence. RI 02906 PALOMEQ UE, CESAR L. Gillen Manor Charles St. N . Providence. R I 02904 PALUMBO, PA ULA J. 4 Connecticut Ave. Barrington, RI 02806 PAOLANTONJO, KATHR Y NM. Box 325 N. Scituate, RI 02857 PAOL/LL/, JEAN M. 38 Quincy Street Providence, RI 02908 PAQUETTE, RA YMONDP. 1011 Vets Mem. Pkway E. Providence, R I 02915

NANNI, CYNTHIA A . 32 Edward St. Providence, RI 02904

OGLE, KAREN A. 39 Carr Street Providence, RI 02905

NAUGH TON, DANA M . 124 Hillside Avenue Pawtucket, RI 02860

OHANESIAN, CARYL A. 262 Wooster Street New Btrtain, CT 06052

PARDEE, SARA H. Monkey Wrench Lane Bristol , R I 02809

NERI, LISA D. Tarkiln Rd . Chepachet, RI 02814

OLALEYE, GODWIN 0. PO Box 648 Fall River, MA 02722

PARE, MARKS. II Rosemere Dr. E. Providence. R I 02914


PARE. PENNY A. II 0 Burns St. Providence. R I 02904

PHILLIPS, TERESA F. 51Yl Lincoln Ave. Cranston, Rl 02920

PROPPER, DOROTHY A . 638 Smith Street Providence, Rl 02908

PATERSON, JOYCE RFD 2 Box 433 No. Scituate, Rl 02857

PICERNE. DONNA M. I 30 G rceni ng Lane Cranston. Rl 02920

PROTO, DONALD A . 34 Zipporah Street North Providenc, R I 02911

PATNAUDE, CHERYL A. 72 Su mter Street Providence. Rl 02907

PICHETTE, STEVEN F. 11 9 River Avenue Providence, Rl 02908

PATR IARCA, KAREN A. 353 Douglas Ave. Providence. R I 02908

PIEKARSKI, LYNN A. 15 Belvidere Blvd. N. Providence. R I 02911

PAVELKA. THOMAS E. 32 Sears Ave. Providence. R I 02908

PIETTE. THOMAS E. I II Kennedy St. Woonsocket, Rl 02895

PAYNE. DONNA M. 31 Stella Dr. No. Providence, Rl 02911

PILKAIS. MARK A. II Cliff St reet Providence, R I 02908

PELLETIER. LORETTA M. 457 Armisti ce Blvd. Pawtucket. R I 02861

PIZZO. JOAN M. I 72 Becker Ave. Riverside, Rl 02915

PELLIZZARI, GISELE J. 57 Denby Street Woonsocket, Rl 02895

POLUVA TZICK. MARY E. I Bellevue St. Cumberland. Rl 02864

PELOQUIN. JOYCE M. 43 Point Rd. Portsmouth. Rl 02871

PORTER, KAREN A. 12 Adams St. Esmond, RI 02917

PELTIER. ROLAND G. 45 Rebecca St. Coventry, Rl 028 16

POTTER, TERRIE A. 71 Lane 5 Gaspee Point Warwick, Rl 02888

PENKA LA, ELIZABETH A. 51 Almy Ave. Warren, Rl 02885

POWLESLAND, JOHN E. 136 Irving Avenue Providence, Rl 02906

PERRINO; CHERYL A. 14 Ambrose Street N o. Providence, RI 02904

PRA YZNER, MARIANNE 30 Evans St. Somerset. MA 02726

PERROTTI. RICHARD M. 872 Greenville Avenue Johnston. Rl 02919

PREVITE. ELAINE A . 144 Leo Avenue No. Providence, RI 02904

PERRY, RALPH 139 Warren Ave. East Providence, R I 02914

PREVITE, PAMELA A. 22 Shore Dr. Johnston, Rl 02919

PETERSON, LYNN M. 205 Hoxsie Avenue Warwick, Rl 02889

PRICE, DARLENE M. 34 G ladstone St. Providence, RI 02905

PETIT, DONNA L. 21 Bouchard St. W. Warwick, Rl 02893

PRICE, KATHLEEN R. 69 Myrtle Avd. Warwicknce, Rl 02886

PETRUCCI. MELINDA 0. 76 Cumberland St. Providence. Rl 02908

PRITCHETT, RAY C. 50 Maple Dr. N. Kingstown. RI 02852

PHILLIPS, DEBORAH A. 29 McGuire Rd. Apt. B211 N. Prov .. Rl 02911

PROCOPIO, ANTHONY J. 148 Sutton St. Providence, Rl 02903

Q QUINN, TERESA M. 98 Andem Street Providence, R I 02908

RACETTE, NANCY E. 68 Bowden A v. Barrington. R I 02806 RAFFERTY, ROBERT J. 70 Bent Road Rumford, Rl 02916 RAGOSTA, ANNETTE A. Sherwood Drive Scituate, R I 02831 RAMSPOTT, LENDE 75 Dana Street Providence, RI 02906 RA NALLO, LYNNE 6 Kennedy Drive North Providcnc, Rl 02904 RANDALL, EVERETT H. 67 Barber Ave. Warwick, Rl 02886 RANKL, KAREN A. 75 Read Ave. Lincoln, RI 02865 RAYMOND, MEREDITH I. Spring Lake Rd. Glendale, Rl 02826 REBELLO, MARIETTA E. 78 Belleville Road New Bedford, MA 02745 RECUPERO, ANTHONY P. 265 Union St. Port~mouth. R l 02871 REDMOND, PETER J. 29 Brentwood Dr. Ea. Providence, R I 02916

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REINER, HOWARD G. 53 Stamford /\ve. Providence, Rl 02907

ROGERS, WALLACE L. 6 Westwood Manor Drive Johnston, Rl 02909

SABBAGH, THOMAS M. 31 Koss uth St. Pawtucket, Rl 02860

R ENZI, JANICE M. 10 Perennial Dr. Cranston, Rl 02920

ROONEY, MARY E. 7 New Meadow Rd. Barrington, Rl 02806

S ADOWSKI, GARY 45 Belvedere Johnston, RJ 02919

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ROSARIO, HILDA 99 Rosemont Ave. Cumberland, Rl 02864

SALESSES, SUSAN G. 255 Blackstone, Blvd. Providence, Rl 02906

ROSEN, SVEN U. 120 Clifton Ave. Warwick, Rl 02889

SALISBURY, NANCY A. 6 Bullock A venue Ba rrington, R I 02806

ROSTOWSKY, DEBRA E. 10 University Ave. Providence, R I 02906

SALOIS, DA VJD W. 17 Lanphear St. W. Warwick, Rl 02893

ROTELLA, WILLIAM 133 Victoria Ave. Cranston, R I 02920

SALONIKIOS, FLORENCE 177 Warren Ave. Cranston, Rl 02920

RtEKSTINS, LINDA V. Cooper Rd . Chepachet, Rl 02814

ROUNDTREE, CHRISTINE 247 Wayland Avenue Apt. 3 Providence, R l 02906

SANCHO, GAIL A. 99 Mark Drive South Windsor. CT 06074

RrENDEAU, PAUL R. 218 Baxter St. Pawtucket. Rl 02860

ROWE, AMBER J. 180 Shawomet Avenue Warwick, Rl 02889

GREGORY

N. 27 Knowlton St. Riverside, R I 0291 5

RICCI, ANTHONY J. 42 Lookout Ave. N. Providence. R I 0291 I RICHARD. JEFFREY M. 279 Taylor Rd. Portsmouth, Rl 0287 1 RICHARDS. JANES. 42 Malbone St. Providence, R I 02908

RILEY, PA TTl L. 59 Raymond St. Providence. RI 02909 RISSER, JANINE L. 18 Eleanor Drive Coventry. Rl 02816 RIVES, SUSAN L. 3050 North Pollard Street Arlington, VA 22207 RIVET. SUSAN K. Harris Ave. Lincoln, Rl 02865 ROBILLARD, RONALD W. 173 Pine St. Pawtucket, R I 02860 ROBINSON, RONA E. 26 Windmil l St. Pawtucket , Rl 02908 ROCCHIO, DEBRA A. 587 Pleasant Va. Pkwy. Providence, R I 02908 ROCKWELL. MARY M. 19 Preston St. Providence. Rl 02906 RODRIGUES, LINDA A. 233 Sterling Ave. Providence. R I 02909

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ROY, RICHARD P. 30 Elton Circle Cranston. R I 02920

SANTANIELLO, ALBERT A. 380 Woonasqua tucket Ave. N. Providence. R I 0291 I

R UEB, GREGORY P. 76 Douglas Ave. Providence, R I 02908

SANTERRE. BARBARA A. 15 Woodhaven Dr. Cumberland. Rl 02864

R UGGIERI. ANGELINA M.

5 Obyron Street Cranston, RI 02920

SANT!S, LORI L. 47 Byron Avenue Pawtucket, Rl 02861

R UGGIERO, ALFRED 2A Elmore Ave. No. Providence, RI 02911

SARDELLI, LOUIS A. 70 Hemlock Ave. Cranston, Rl 029 10

RUSH, DEBRA A. 69 East Ave. Harrisville, Rl 02830

SAFFRO, MARSHA J. 112 Summer St. Rehoboth. MA 02769

RYAN, MARY L. )6 Broadview Dr. Barrington, Rl 02806 RYLANDER, PAUL J. 20 Chandler St. No. Providence, Rl 02911

SAWYER, DONNA M. 105 Englewood Avenue Pawtucket, Rl 02860 SCENT!, LOUIS J. 309 Greenwich Ave. #C318 Warwick, Rl 02886 SCHAFFERT. MARL1ES A. 21 City V\ew Pkway. Johnston. Rl 02919 SCHOBEL, ROSEMARIE 30 Swift St. Providence. R I 02904


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SJL VIA, ERNEST E. 196 W. Hilton St. Tiverton, R I 02878 SIMMONS, DIANE M. 42 Perkins Street West Warwick, Rl 02893 SINGLETARY , BETTY J. 46 Zone St. Providence. R I 02908 SIRAVO, SANDRA M . 89 Farm Street Providence, Rl 02908 SISCHO, ELAINE M. 70 Mary Ave. E. Providence. R I 02914 SLINEY, ANNMARIE 53 Penn Street Providence, Rl 02909 SMITH JO-ANN M . 58 Wh eaton Street Warren, Rl 02885 SMITH, K ERRY L. 145 Shenandoah Rd. Warwi ck, Rl 02886 SMITH, KRiSTEN S. 463 Woonasquatucket Ave. N. Providence, R I 0291 I SMITH. MARY L. 668 Pra i ric Ave. Providence. R I 02905 SMIT/1, MICHA EL E. 108 Serre! Sweet Road Johnston, R I 02919 SMITH. RHONDA L. N ewlight Ln. Bridgehampton, NY I 1932 SMITH, STEVEN F. 16 Kinfield St. Providence. R I 02909

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M. 619 Budlong Road Cranston, R I 02920 SOUSA, SHAR EN A. 736 Main Warren , Rl 02885 SPENCER. NANCY 8 Cooke St. Providence, R I 02906 SPINA, SANDRA A. 45 Tacoma St. Cranston, Rl 02920 SPINELLI. JANET A. 2150 Cranston St. Cranston, R I 02920 SPRATT, DEBRA J. 61 Meadowcrest Drive Riverside, R I 0291 5 SQUATRITO. MARIE 39 Elmwood Dr. Bristol, Rl 02809 STADNICKJ, JUDITH A. I Shore Drive Barrington, Rl 02806 STANDRE. SUZANNE M. 56 Blake St. Pawtucket, Rl 02860 STAPLETON, JAMES H . 48 Messer St. Providence. R I 02909 STAPLETON. JR. WILLIAM M . 294 Rumstick Pt. Rd. Barrington, Rl 02806 STA VINSKI, LINDA A. 20 lves Street Blackstone. M A 0 I 504

SMITH, WILLIAM L. 500 C hurch Ave. Warwick. R l 02889

STLAURENT. JACQUELINE A. Box 253 Gazza Road Mapleville. Rl 02839

SNYDER. STEPHEN C. 17 Nisbet Street Providence, R I 02906

STONE. PATRICIA A. 155 Wriston Avenue Warwick, R I 02888

SOBODA. SHARON J. 659 High Street Central Falls. Rl 02863 SOMMERVILL E, SUSAN F. 86B Maple Avenue W. Warwick, Rl 02893

STOURS, CYNTHIA A. 27 Liberty Street Warren, Rl 02885 STPIERRE. PAULA M. I 08 Blackburn Street Pawtucket, Rl 0286 1

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TAILLON, L UCILLE A . I 05 Mendon Road Woonsocket, Rl 02895

TOMSOM, KAR EN P. 205 Deerfield Rd. Cranston. R I 02920

STUART, VINCENT C. 12 WesteoH Ave. Providence, R I 02909

TAKASHY, TINA S. PO Box 324 Truk Eastern, Cl 96942

TONER, KA Tfi!E A. 55 Smith Lincoln, Rl 02865

STUMPFF, MARGO L. 28 Fosdyke St. Providence, RI 02906

TALBOT, CHERYL M . 22 Woodlawn Dr. Cranston, Rl 02920

TONGUE, CYNTHIA M. 21 Winchester St. Providence, RT 02904

SUCHWALKO, JOHN H. 6 Bellevue Avenue North Providenc, Rl 02911

TANGNEY, JEANNE L. Pequot House Pequot Ave. Oak Bluffs, MA 02557

TOOMEY, RICHARD J. I 34 Sunrise Terrace Chepachet, R I 0 2814

SUCHWALKO. MICHAEL H. 6 Bellevue Ave. No. Providence, RI 0291 I

TARA BORELLI. JANIS G. 12 Golini Drive Johnston, R I 02919

TRACEY, KATHLEEN 1187 Newman Ave. Seekonk, MA 02771

TA VARES, JAMES P. 100 Coomer Avenue Wa rren R l 02885

TRIBELLI. CHRISTOPHE I 8 Scoll Street Cranston, Rl 02920

TELLIER, SHIRLEY A . 30 Lowell St. Coventry, Rl 02816

TUCKER, CATIIER INEA. Old Danielson Pike Foster, Rl 02825

TENCZA, STANLEY P. I 0 Harley St. W. Warwick, Rl 02893

TUCKER, KATHLEENM. 18 Jenkins St. Providence, Rl 02909

SUGR UE, MARY T. 102 Oa kla nd Ave. Cranston, Rf 02910 SULLIVAN, MARGARET P. 16 Pomona Ave. Providence, RI 02908 SULLIVAN, THOMAS F. 83 Chiswick Road Cranston. R I 02905 SUNDERLAND, ANGELA E. 346 Phenix Ave. Cranston, R l 02920

TETREAULT, ELAINE D. 16 UHon Ave. Pawtucket, Rl 02860

SURPRENANT, JOAN L. 3 Vanderbilt Ave. Newport, R l 02840

THAYER, L YNDSEY D. 43 Santiago St. Providence, R I 02907

S WANN, KATHLEEN A. Tiffany Road Coventry, RI 02816 SWEENEY, ANNE M. 1185 Narragansett Blvd. A2 19 Cranston, R l 02905 SYKES, JOANNE 72 North Rd. Peace Dale, Rl 02879

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TAFT, BR!AN T. Hill Road Pascoag, Rl 02859

TJDERMAN, CRAIG A . 178 Washington St. Warwick. R l 02888

TAHAN, COLETTE 173 Eldridge St. Cranston, R I 02910

TOHER, PAUL M. I Joseph St. Providence, R I 02904

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VARGA. JAMES K. I 0 Summer St. Central Falls, Rl 02863

WEBSTER. ROBERT £. 2697 llartford Avenue John ston, Rl 02919

WI NE. VIVIAN E. 57 Faunce Dr. Providence, Rl 02906

VARGAS. ROBIN L. 282 Th ames St. Bristol. Rl 02809

WEBSTER, JR. EARL H. 2697 I lartford Ave. Johnston. R l 02919

WINIARS KI, SUSAN 52 Angell Street Providence, R I 02906

VARIN. CARMEN R. 142 Whipple Rd. Smithfield. R 1 029 r 7

WEEDON. NANCY J. 54 Preston Drive Warwick. Rl 02886

WI NTER, URSUl-A 60 Belcourt Ave. N. Providence, R I 029 I I

VARONE. T HOMAS E. I 0 Moore Street Rumford, Rl 02916

W ESLEY, GINA L. 60 Joseph Street Apt. I 0 Providence. R I 02908

WOOD. ELIZABETI I D. Cucumber Hill Rd . Foster. Rl 02825

VARS, RICHARD M. 89 Paradise Ave. Middletown. Rl 02840

WHELAN. BRIAN E. 50 Meader St. Lincoln, Rl 02865

WROBLESK I, JOANNE M. 287 Buffington St. Fall River, MA 02721

VE NDITTO. GARY A . 23 Villa Ave. Cranston. R I 02905

WHITE, DAVID E. 50 Jefferson St. Attleboro. MA 02703

WU, JANE 301 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Providence. R I 02908

VERRECCH IA. ALMIREND A 68 Ledge St. Providence. Rl 02904

WHITE. GENEVIEV E M. 28 Barbera Ann Dr. N. Providence, R I 02904

VIERLING. PA UL J. 49 Ferncrcst Blvd. No. Providence, Rl 029 11 VJJ"ALE. MARIAN M. 124 Messer St. Providence. R I 02909

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WADE, DAVID E. I 064 Churchill St. New Bedford, MA 02745

W!LKICKI, KATHRYN J. 121 Holly Road So. Kingstown. Rl 02879

WALEN. LAURA E. 222 Farmington Rd . Longmeadow, MA 01 106

WILLIAMS, GLENN L. 19 Te rry Street North Providenc, Rl 02904

WALKER. BETTY L. 197 No. Main St. Slatersville, Rl 02876

W ILLIS. LINDA J. 60 Carlton Street 25 Cranston. Rl 02910

WALTON, MARY T. 895 Kingstown Rd. Peace Dale. R I 02883

W ILSON. EDWARD J. Ill Bristol Avenue Pawtucket. R l 02861

WASHINGT ON. GERALYN N 80 Princeton Ave. Providence, R I 02907

WILSON. PAUL L. 115 Market St. Warren. Rl 02885

WA YSS. BAR BARA A. 69 Lyall Avenue Warwick. Rl 02889

WILSON. ROBIN E. Phill ips Lane Harmony. Rl 02829

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ZABINSKI, ROBERT A . 33 Grand View Dr. Cumberland, Rl 02864 ZABNER, MARI LYN 146 Hedge Row Dr. Warwick. Rl 02886 ZADROZNY , JANICE R. 27 Covell Street Providence, R I 02909 ZAMPINI. JR. LOUIS 37 Conifer Drive N. Provide nce. R I 02904 ZANNINI. ANITA C. 77 N. Pearson Dr. Warwick. Rl 02888

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Cathy Guisewite Cathy Guisewite is the creator of one of the most successful comic strips of the recent "new wave" in cartoon art. CATHY, the comic strip, concerns it¡ se lf with what i t is like to be young, female, working and single in today's world . It is syndicated by Un iversal Press Syndicate to more than 100 newspapers. Cathy, the artist, 28, was the first woman vice-president of the W.B. Doner Advertising Agency in the Detroit area, a position she left in 1977 to devote full time to the comic strip . She is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she majored in English. Are Cathy Guisewite, the artist, and CATHY, the comic strip character, the same person? "The answer isn't completely yes, but it's safe to say that we're very very close," Cathy Guisewite says. "Her personality is mine ... and a lot of the problems she faces in the strip are the ones that I've gone through mysel f, or am going through myself. I like to think I'm a li ttle older and wiser than she ... but then, who knows." 200


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DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTE RS Charles B. \Villard - Teacher, scholar, Fifth Pre~iden t of Rhode I sland Colle!fe

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1978

Kc,in P. GdllJ <lllllluudc•./uhnl.. llt'lhcllll<lll """" Sus~n M. G.1y

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'Lucy Abt•n.tn tc 1 umi<JuU<' Sandr.t M. Achin wm fuudl' Mdri.t I . Andr.tdc MMic Angel l *PaulS. 1\stph an Donna M. Barricel li wm luude Mary-Eli zabeth Barton Dchr.t L. Bergeron c11111luudt• *M..ri..tn 1\. Bergey ' ummu cwn luudl' *Mo ni c,l D. BcrrMimvict CynthiJ M. Bocoo~ tNancy J. Boct i Arthur W. Brenner Nancy P. Burns Ca therine Calore El.tinc C..rv<~lho Sheila A. Cerrito Jacqueline M. Chcvr<'llc


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Art Lducation 'MJr~dkn C.trnl'\,tk 'I >th~t R G,mlord C.orroll tn<li/11<1 cum !<Jucfc• 'Mmul...1 J. (utu!(nu 1-...tthlcl"ll /\. C1~"lll.tn cum I<JudC' ~tl'Vt'n J. l.n.mdcr l l'.uncl.t A. ll.1llcnc l.t·on.ord W. ll.trdisty tum laudt• J.tlllC> I . Ko~iub,l K.ucn L.mgl.tis uun/audl', S/11(/io llttllwurcl Ikni\c A. L1v,111ct' l>on·cn A l'.t~hc~o I M,1thcw A. Squill,ullc P.tllltltl /\.

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Elementary E:ducation Gcncr,tliLCd 1l.<'>IIC· \1 /\pltcrno 'Donn .• M BJrry M.trit• I Uc.1n lll<l!JII<l tum /<Jude I ht'"''" A lkl,lllJ:Cr magna uun loud£' M.u~ lkth lk1):in IM.u~ I . lktto l)l.llll' I . Bru"clk J11,111 V Booth '>tl\.trl M Bouthilllt'r <11111 I<J11dc· 1'>ut.tnn,· A 13~<·,1tn '11111111<1 c 11111 laude I M.u~t· J\ B1 Ill WI" 1 I yon 1\ Btu"' I ( ''"'~ \\'cnnn.th B ( IJrl..c I Anncmartc Cltntnn nwgn<J <um laude Norm.1 R. ColauiC> cum !<Jucfe l·'""c M. Cornell cumi<Judt• M,trl.. S Cousineau Chri~tinc M. Oiltbero Rtt,t /\. DtNnbilc 'A nn M. DiStcfdno Sand1.1 I . Dut kin Mdurccn P. I arrcll I J utl1th A. I 1J 1Jo muqnu uHn laude I wl~·n I uturc f l ,•rt''" M. <•J);~ I Bcwrl~ M. C..tllo ( .uol~ n A. (,allo~l\ muqnu <um luudt• I \ d1.1 \ol. (,1.ordin,1 o\ndrca \1 (, .., , 11111 luudc• Vicl..i A. G1urdano D1.111n,t Gr JtK.tgnolo I .1uric I . I k'.tlt·\ C<>Jl>t.utcc J. lldgcr>on Rich.trd K. I topper N,tn~y K. IJfr Jtc <IIIII luuck Cheryl /\ . K.t>>Cd till// laude: jl heres.• R. Kcn,,h,ltt NJnty M. Kusi.11.. I M.tr ~ A. Lt·•l..l...uwn I 1·"''-''' M. Lim.1 Ro,,l ~~ l.oJlt'> ' I uctlk \l.t>trt.mni 1 J~uw.. t• R M.II/Jrdl.t tiiUfJiltJ ctllll faudc· \l.11 1.11111\" \1c( ltl\l..n

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E1crncnt.try S< hool Physical Ldur .1111111 Wtllt.un I 1\nclc·""" ~1JI y I ( '""' I IIIII /(IIIlk Kohen K. (.uuturc· MJrdd L. Dcgr.tngc I Ruben J. Del Prete Cheryl L. ll.tllbJ~h c umluude 1 Adri•n II. Kirton Lis• I. Liguot i K.nhlecn M. I.i\llc Kevin M. M.anin t Cc>.tr L. P.tlomcquc 1Ph il 1:.. Pin~incc Jr. Don.a ld A. Pro to Dcbr.a A. Rocthio I MidlJel L. Schw,ah t KJthlccn /\. Shcrlocl.. Diane L. rC>Sicr tllainc D. fclrc.aull 11\nn·Maric 1 rcmbl,ay Hedlth Education Dchr,a 1\ CJpu,mo L!Jinc l. \>\,an in muq11u <cm1/uude 'l.cndc RJnlSi><>tt BJrbJr J A S.ullclfc 1 1\nnc M Swccll<'}

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Mu sic Educ.n ion 'll.an y M. 13ctlm"i.u> David L. De/\ngcli) Jr. PJulcttc M. G.1gnon wmluud<'. C.u1110r jawh R. Hohelll!lll>er tlwc11d Philip C. GJII.mt S.tndrJ E. Goyctl<' muq11u <IIIII luud<' Su>·'" Gud~~/JU)I..,t) muq11<1 c11111 laude Gcr.lfd H. Heroux cumluuck t /\nn 1\1. Imondi <11111 laude Sus.an L. M.11ino <tl/11 luud<' C.11ul A. Munuh:,tu\ Alben A. S.tntJnlcllo \VilliJm 1.. Smith St.lllk} 1'. 1Clll/.1 /1/Utlllcl c 11111luuck K~th.trd M. V.tr'> D.tvtd I . \V.1dc Sdwol Nur,c 1 c•.tclwr ldut.Hiun

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Editor MARC G. DUMAS

Advisor PHIL WALSH: Treas. RAY D'ATUONO

Photographer JOANE NEARY

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Artist Editor STEVE MURPHY


THANKS The 1979 yearbook staff would like to thank all the people who contributed to this YEARBOOK BARRY WOOLF AND EVERET T K. ARNOLD, AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY GERSON SIROT AND DELMA STUDIO S, NEW YORK AUDIO VISUAL LTD. STUDEN T PARLIA MET DICK THOMA S, LYNN SINGLE TON, PHIL WALSH AND ALL PERSON NEL IN THE STUDEN T ACTIVIT IES OFFICE. THE 1979 ANCHOR STAFF STEVE MURPH Y DAVE ZAPATKA PHOTOG RAPHER BURT GROSS-RECORDS OFFICE AND COMPU TER CENTER LARRY SASSO, PETER TOBIA, & NEWS BUREAU DR. GARY PENFIEL D MR. DIXON MCCOOL MR. JOHN S. FOLEY AND MARGARET SMITH MARY DAVEY DOLORES PASSARELLI DR. KENNET H V. LUNDBERG JENNIFE R DAY

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Well, one more year has gone by, and, looking it over, I fin d that some things changed, yet there arc other things that never change. First, the college celebrated its I 25th anniversa ry wit h a big party on the mall. The faces of the R.I.C. Community change. but their actions do not. For example, students here do not participate in the yearbook. For the past three years all I heard were complaints about the yearbook and how bad it is. However. only a handful! of students. faculty and staff take the time to participate. To those students who on ly complain and do nothing. to Hell with you. The 1979 Yearbook was put together with the help of two or three studen ts. Without the help of the Anchor Staff News Bureau, T.D. Brown, Barry W oolf and Phil Walsh. there would be no yearbook. The Class of 1979 did not help put it together at all. Seniors did not give a damn. I graduate in January 1980 and three freshmen are doing the yearbook for 1980. I hope the Classes of 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983. and the R.I.C. Community get involved and give the yearbook staff a hand. If not the Exodus will be extinct and there will be no more yearbook. Marc G. Dumas Editor-in-Chief

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Legend

1. Dennis J. Roberts Hall 2. Lucius A. Whipple Gymnasium 3. Student Center I Art Center 4. John Lincoln Alger Hall 5. John Clarke Science Building 6. Life Science Building 7. Craig-Lee Hall 8. Henry Barnard School 9. Horace Mann Hall


10. Faculty Center 11. Fred J. Donovan Dining Center 12. Student Union 13. James P. Adams Library 14. William C. Gaige Hall 15. Michael F. Walsh Health and Physical Education Center 16. Mary A. Weber Residence Hall 17. Mary Tucker Thorp Hall 18. Charles B. Willard Residence Hall 19. Rose Butler Browne Residence Hall

20. President's House 21. Alumni House 22. The Bureau of Social and Educational Services 23, Maintenance Building