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OFFICE OF TFiE PRESIDENT

A p r i l 1974

To the Class of 1974: Yearbooks are among the most curious of publications. They capture only one year in the lives of a college community, and the mere paper the pictures are printed on undergoes far less aging as the years progress than the people who inhabit those pictures. Depending on the moment in time we happen to open them, yearbooks graphically remind us of what we were compared to what we a r e , and the comparisons can evoke any number of emotions: laughter, nostalgia, fondness, regret, thankfulness, - the list goes on. Most of a l l , yearbooks remind us that the past can be remembered, but not r e l i v e d . H o p e f u l l y , this book w i l l be a record of happiness and pride for each of you; hopefully it w i l l bring forth memories o f a time of togetherness, of accomplishment, of growth of mind and s p i r i t , of a college that helped you discover yourself and your place in the eternal scheme o f things, of a year that was crucial - in the best sense in the development of the person you have become. This book w i l l never be more compelling to you than the first day you receive it and leisurely page through i t , counting the number of times you were captured on film in a variery of situations, savoring your graduation portrait. Years later when your children or grandchildren haul it out of some dusty a t t i c , be prepared for some fun - especially as you try to give them a logical explanation for the 1974 phenomenon of "streaking." My greatest hope personally is that whenever this book is opened in the indefinite f u t u r e , you w i l l be impressed not so much by the fact that you have changed in the intervening years, but what kind of change has taken p l a c e , and what role Saint Francis College played in focusing the direction of that change. If you are continuing to l e a r n , to seek new challenges, to extend your devotion to God and the betterment of the lives o f those around y o u , we hope that your undergraduate years w i t h us w i l l have provided the basic impetus for the ongoing v i t a l i t y of your l i f e . That is our reason for being. It is also my personal hope that your senior year w i l l have proved to be a turning point in the history of Saint Francis College. This was a year marked by the introduction of w i d e - r a n g i n g changes in c u r r i c u l u m , the addition of e n e r g e t i c , forward-looking people to the staff of the College and the design of distinctive new major programs. In short, it was a year when Saint Francis College mapped a future for itself that would ensure growth and progress w h i l e other colleges were experiencing a slow d e c l i n e , or even vanishing. The key to a l l of our changes was the challenge of meeting the needs of our students better. And y o u , the Class of 1974, played a v i t a l role in it a l l - both d i r e c t l y and i n d i r e c t l y . Your c o o p e r a t i o n , understanding, and suggestions for improvement were invaluable in helping solve the problems that w i d e scale curricular transition inevitably brings. In student l i f e , you helped generate an enthusiasm, u n i t y , and sense of personal responsibility to each other and the College that might have seemed impossible when you were freshmen. We thank the Class of 1974 for that c o n t r i b u t i o n , and we shall never forget it. F i n a l l y , the year was marked by the greatest personal tragedy I have ever known in the drowning of our son Bobby last J u l y , yet it has also provided some of the greatest professional challenges and satisfactions I shall ever know. I hope that the past year w i l l ultimately be one which is distinguished by the strength that results from having met uncommon challenges and overcome them - both for myself and for the College. Thank you for everything you have done for Saint Francis College. loyalty and support in the years ahead.

I hope that we w i l l merit your

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To the Saint Francis Community, As you view the contents of this book you will eventually discover the verse "Fantasy End" which we (the Motus Staff), have chosen to be the theme of the 1974 Motus. The short lived, four year career we have spent at St. Francis has now come to an end. With the termination of this stay, so ends the fantasy of the far removed world we have been existing in. We must admit that our view of the world from our small and usually happy environment, sometimes strays from reality. It is for this reason that the staff felt it appropriate to choose the verse we did. Casting our fantasies aside however, we must recognize the realities we have gained. The realities of friendships that will certainly not be forgotten and hopefully never be lost. The reality of the knowlege we have gained, not only in the academic world but about ourselves and others. But most of all, the reality of the confidence we have gained in ourselves as people who are able to achieve the goals we have set. These realities will hopefully lead us all to success one day. The Motus Staff used a good deal of their spare time putting together this account of the 1973-74 academic year. The entire group deserves a great amount of credit for putting their best effort forward and working together as a team. For this I can olny say thank you. To those who don't fall into that category I say thanks for helping me discover some realities. Joe Cesta

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MOTUS STAFF Joe Cesta—Editor in Chief

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DEDICATION This year the Motus staff is proud to dedicate the yearbook to Dr. Robert Horn. He has shown a great desire to help not only the college but the community around him. In two short years he has brought about changes that have improved the quality of St. Francis and is on the road to initiating more advancement. To this hard working t\nc\ dedicated man we extend our gratitude. For a true achiever, what St. Francis actually required.


Dr. Robert Horn

Mr. Frank Krivo

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Dr. Donald Macintyre

Al Shinkel

Mr. Paul Star

Mr. Ben Chretien


Mr. Arthur Gallant

Mr. William Bell

Mr. David DeTurk

Mr. William Sutton

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Mr. John McArdlc


Dr. Jacques Downs

Dr. Arthur Skop

Mr. Leo Harder

Miss Paulette St. Ours

Mr. Robert Gobeil

Dr. Gilbert Samuel

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Dr. Franz Nowotny


Dr. John Biter

Miss Carole Mathieson

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Dr. John Kikoski, Jr.

Mr. Ernest Therrien

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Mr. lames Beaudr\

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Fr. Benedict Fink

Fr. Raymond Lagace

Fr. Oscar Giroux

Fr. George Marcil

Mr. Harold Lee Meadows

Mr. James Thomson

Dr. Sandra Kearns

Mr. Lawrence Davis

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Dr. Hugh Hennedy

Dr. Guy Santa Lucia

Dr. William Wortman

Mrs. Joan Caouette

Mr. Robert Crotty

Mr. Raymond A. Kenneally

Mr. Willard Ja< obsen

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Cheryl Hetherington

Mr. William Hebert

Mrs. Deis

Mrs. Potheir

Mrs. Martha Masse

Mrs. Grace McCarthy

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Mrs. Virginia Nelson

Sue Neault


Gil Warner

Mrs. Dorothy Newton

Sherry Howells

Rita LeBlonde

Joanne Macomber

Freda Warner

Ann Marie Petit

Luc Jene Berthiaume

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Dorothy Marcoux

Eddie LaVerdiere

Joyce

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Gordon L. Day

Fern Loranger

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IN APPRECIATION Unfortunately a yearbook may be dedicated to only one Person. This person is one who has shown an extraordinary effort to serve the school. We feel our choice was a good 째ne. However there were many other people who were considered and we think that they deserve a sincere thank You for helping us out.

Mrs. Virginia Nelson

Dr. John Kikoski

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FRESHMAN ORIENTATION

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Andrea Thomas, Mike Hogan

Fall Weekend

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Rich Nucci, jean S., Chris Cheney

Sandy Leasak, Steve Donohu

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Gary Fuschillo

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Scott Kavanaugh, Greg Morse, Doug Puza, Skip Pizani, Rane Dayon, Jim Freeman, Gary Fuschillo, Rich Ashley, John Leslie, Coach Rocco, Richard Labella, Mark Boehler, Eddie Caufian, Louie, Chip, J. Maloney, Charlie Bojie, Hal Leighton, Missing Joe Cesta, Tom Tait

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Ken Harmon, Colleen Burns


L. Harrington, D. Abbot, N. Abbot, Mike Mannion

Colleen Farley, Mike Hogan

Michele Allie, C. Robinson, Pam Reynolds

Paul Casey, Kevin Klechner

Peter Rush, Julianne Mello

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Steve Kittell

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In Memoriam

Thomas Donohue 86


Graduates 1974


Dana Abbott Englishâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Elementary Education

Carol Allen Elementary Education

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Tomozumi Akiyama Mathematics

Michelle Allie Medical Biology


Robert Anderson Sociology

Gerard Beaudette Elementary Education

F. Patrick Baker Business Administration

Adeie Beauregard (lementar) I dm ation

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Robert Becker Business Administration

Robert Beecher Elementary Education

Jane Belanger Business Administration

Mark Blythe Biology


Deborah Boyle Elementary Education

Carol Bryce Elementary Education

Patricia Brandon English

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Barbara Cerchio Sociology

Christopher Cheney Sociology

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Joseph Cesta Political Science

Dennis Clair History


Thomas Conroy History

Thomas Conte Biology

Joseph Czarnecki Mathematics-Sociology

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Paul Demers English

Stephen Donohue History

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John Destino Political Science

Philip Dorr English


Catherine Doyle Elementary Education

Colleen Farley Sociology-Elementary Education

Linda Erbach English

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Thomas Gallo English

Charles Garvey Elementary Education

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Craig Garbarini Biology

James Gibbons Economics


Susan Gillespie Business Administration

Elizabeth Green Englishâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Elementary Education

Robert Graham Business Administration

Ronald (Ireniei Politii al s< lent e

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Mark Griffin Business Administrationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Economics

Kenneth Harmon Biology

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Ronald Guerriero Business Administration

Douglas Haefner Historyâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Theology

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John Haroskiewicz Political Science

John Richard Hollrock Economics

Deborah Hobin Elementary Education-Sociology

S( nit Kavanagh

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Sandra Leasak Elementary Educationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Sociology

William Lyons History

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John Logan Business Administration

Mark McCovern Elementary Education


Thomas Mclnerney History

David McNally Elementary Education

Joseph Mangiardi Marine Biology

Kenneth Messina Politic al s ( KWK e

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Jean Miles Mathematics

Christine Muschamp Mathematics

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Kevin Murphy History

Michael Nessralla Business Administration


Gerard Nicholas Business Administration

Darby Pala/esi Elementary Education

Kevin Nolan Business Administration

M a r k Ru I l a r d e l l i

Business Administration

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Thomas Riley Sociology

Patrick Rooney Business Administration

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Judith Robinson Elementary Education

Elizabeth Sacks French


Jean Semensi French

John Shea History

Susan Settanii Elementary Education

Robert Sinasky Business Administration

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William Spargo Psychology

Thomas Tait French

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Phillip Stevralia Business Administration

Dianne Tetreault Sociology


Eleanor Welch Sociology

Mitchell W o o d Sociology

Thomas Zappala Sociology-Elementary Education

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John Baert Robert Connelly Joan Labbe John Logan Brian McNamara Raymond Mack LeRoy Miller Gregory Morse Robert Mosco John Newhall Denis Rioux Ronald Rotondo Michele Ruga Thomas Smith Robert Stone Irving Taylor James Walsh Hope Welch Robert Willis John Dillon Doris Hennedy

Business Administration Elementary Education

Sociology Business Administration Elementary Education History History

Sociology Psychology History

Sociology English

Sociology History Business Administration Political Science

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Motus 1974  

1974 yearbook of St. Francis College (now the University of New England) in Biddeford, Maine. Visit http://dune.une.edu to download and view...

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