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There is

Despite There

a

quiet optimism

about the individual

.

.

.

all the shouts that the individual has been

are

individual

signs whispering right can

realize

now,

himself more

left

today, that the

than

ever

.

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Kingsley

Editor

Ross

Mollis Powers, Jr.

Charlotte Mclnnes

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There is

an

iron correlation between

individuality Both

are

the

.

.

freedom

and

.

cornerstones

of democracy

.

.

.

The person who is free from the forces within himself and around himself is the thinking reed, man, in the highest sense

of the

word

.

.

.


IVe

define

the individual

the person who is always trying to learn about him

as

self and his world in order to be a free entity Through hooks, associates, .

art, work, and athletics, he comes to grips with the

indifferent forces make him

and others

a .

slave .

.

which to

himself


The

university,

more

than

most

attainment

opportunity to of a free identity .

places, presents the young a foundation in the

achieve

person with the

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In

clubs, organizations,

teams, in the quiet hours at night as

on

a

spectator

as

well

a

participator,

and

as

above all, in discussions and in classrooms, the college student can

become concerned

and

compassionate

about others

himself and .

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concept of the individual is neither esoteric nor rather, it is real instead he is the total man, He is not the stock "loner, the person who can freely associate, and yet be equally So

our

spectacular

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at

home in the hours which

are

his alone

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Peace A silence

Here

over

are

time.

voices and hours

Involved with the You

of

You.


with all your

freedom

and

problems

and dreams

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There are no masks here; your hair is down, you yawn and look awkward there is an

an

honesty

openess, .

.

.

.


There is

a

sharing of

simple the basics


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and the duties

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are really naturally yours .

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For you are naturally aligned with others in your home .

the word "brother"

implies

.

.

many

things

.

.

.


after

work,

you find here the space and time to do what you want

to

do


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true

style

comes

through


the

style

can

be

quite idiosyncratic,

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After study, in the relaxful

minutes, you are in unity with all around you .

.


here human

beings

are

truly

involved with

one

another.


Another

day

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and

you

in your

clash with it own

way

.

.

.


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Occasionally,

on

Thursday

or

Friday afternoon

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you seek out the graceful words and faces, which regenerate the the essence of you .

.

.

heart,


And then the

anticipation of an evening with special friends .

.

.


with

someone

who knows you


For there is

like

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nothing knowing you are

wanted

.


simply

because you

are

you


and the

crowning beauty. Homecoming .

.

.


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a

beauty

returning

that

some

home

believe

all art tries

to

attain

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ADAMS


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Bnggs. A., Cafare, C.

Chapman, C.. Delfiore. P..

Duguay, L.. Farley. M., Fuller. E..

Harvey, M.. Hurry. S.. Kiess. C.

Maddock, R.. Magner, C. Marcucci. C, McMurtrie, D.,

Murgo, L.. Nazemetz. M..

Riccitelli. C. Mellor, D..

Mowry, M.,

Volchok, M..

ALPHA CHI OMEGA


ALPHA DELTA PI Brooks. R,.

Caperonis. J..

Roake. M.. Worrell, D.,

Eisaman, M..

Beinert, G

Griffin, M..

Cinquegrana,

Guarniere. S.,

Dalton, S., Headley, B..

Hacking. J..

P.

lacoi, M-.

LaPietra, R..

Jackson, J.,

Mainville, S..

Kelly, J., McGlinchey, K Potter, S..

Narciso. J.. Pellegrino, M., Powers, M.. Reicfistetter. L., Richardson, M,,

Rego. M.. Riley, L,


ALPHA EPSILON PI Gotfin, P..

Hanig. J.,

Bernstein, G., Mazor, G.. Kramer. M..

Tishler. D,.

Abramson. R..

Silvers. H..

Wolf. M.. Saft. S..

Rondina. P..

Sunshine. R.. Boren. R.. Schaffer. G,. Nemiroff, S.. Altshuler, L.. Schechter. D., Kurzman. M., Resnick, S.. Lattman, B.. Feidman. B., Meyers, H.. Slevy. R., Rosen, D., Sosne, J., Wolkowitz, W Brand. M., Bettan, J.,

Rocchio. A..

Guy. B..

Millman, M.,

Greenstein. M.,

Disick, E,,

Sudakoff, N,.

Silver. J., Stein, M., Sinel, A.. Balkus. J.,

Raisner, F., Reuter, S.. Miller. S.. Grossberg. J., Kramer, A,.

Goldstein, A.. Sherman. R.. Rubinstein. D..

Dansky. 1.. Adier. E..

Rifkin. M., Haber. R..

Johnson, L.. Aronow. S..

Klein, D., Buchsbaum, F.. Getnick. K..

Kopitko. S.,


Benson, B.,

Scorpio, R,,

Bottino, J.,

Schlierer, B., Sommer, E..

Brown. C,

Delisle, L.. Duran, B,,

Spizzirri, C,

Fitzpatrick, J,,

Timmins. J.,

Fraser, N., Giardino. G..

Weidner, S.,

Cronkquist, E.. Grundy. E.. Hardie. J.. Kenny, C., Lepore, C.. Parente, C Scorpio. R., Adams. C, Anderson, J., Balzofiore, D., Coppolino, G.,

Balkcom, J., Bellotti, E.,

Relford. M..

Appolonis,

F

Brady, M., Bruzzi. S., Bursie, J.,

Gary, J.. Cimicowski,

Daly, K., Daly, K., DeAngelis, Dubey. B..

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David, E., DiChnstofaro, C.

Forcina, R.,

DelPozzo, C,. Hass. L..

Komar, L..

Lebel, C,

Nadeau, S.,

Jacinto, E..

Johnson, H.. Kimen, N.,

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Kurzinski. K..

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O'Brien. K..

Pirpins. S.. Porucznik. E.. Price. S.,

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Ruggierri, J..

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Siegal, F., Sunderland, M.,

Verde, B., Weismann, B.. Zeidler, R.

ALPHA XI DELTA


Charbonneau, B.,

Moretti, J..

McCaffrey. B., DePace. P.. Garzilli. R.. Esser. A..

Cardoza. H.,

Cerra, K., Hood, D.,

Malafronte, R.. Allen. B..

Arngan. D..

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CHI PHI

Bartlett, M.,

Bramley, R.,

Gagne, R..

Valois, M.,

Cook. J.. Briggs. R..

Fillion. P.. Dallen. W.. Lane. P.. Aceto, F.,

Vargas. K.. Gencarella. A.,

J

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Riley. J., Hodgkinson, Houle, R.,

Rzepecki, D

Ha

,

W.,


Goldenburg. C, Hinchliffe. L.. Luft, J..

Hattenback. J

Paull. S..

Lavreon. M.,

Peace, E.,

Mandel, L.,

Petrillo, N.,

Mello, C, Moller, K..

Pezzullo. J..

Pidgurski, C, Pennini. C. Russo, C,

Helsel, J..

CHI OMEGA

Mulligan, J., Lyons. F..

Seavey, P.,

Nelson, R., Parente. A..

Souter, S., Stanley. B.,

Taylor, D.,

Welch, L,

Thomason, D

Peigelbeck,

K

Wrenski, J

Titzler, D.,

Abraham, E..

Whitfield, S.,

Allwood. S.,

Wynn, E.

Butterman, J.. Calderone. J.,

Fialkow, A., Gladding. M.,

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DELTA DELTA DELTA

Simmons, C-.

Sousa. E..

Teague. J.. Zampini, L.. Alexander. D.. Allen. P.. Armster, C, Bare. K.,

Carpenter, N..

Barrett. J..

Chaharyn. J., Downie. B.,

Hale. J.. Kelly. N.. Marland. P.. McCordindale, C. Merrill, B., Pierce. J.. Pike, L. Richardson. N.,

Smollen. K., Smith. L,.

Smollen, H,.

Sousa. P,, Stewart. M., West, N.. Westcott, S..

Woloshyn. C. Wood. v.. Petti. D..


Andrews. S..

Brown. B.. Connor. J.. Kiernan. E..

L'Ecuyer, J., McHugh P., Mojkowski, I Palmer. L., Rogers. A..

Wagn

,

N.,

Anderson. D.. Bourck. B.. Burkle. E.,

Colagiovanni. I.. Culp, C, Caly, C, Danielian, M., DeFanti, S.,

Doherty, J,. Eiss, S., Harvey, N., Manton, M,. Muratore, K.,

Nichola, C. Petto. N..

Sposito. C.

Wyka. C, Zubiaga, L., Byrnes, M., Caffrey, J., Catalfano. H.,

Dramville, M,,

Famiglletti, S., Fisher. C.

Fntz, E., Garbin, J., Gencarella, R., Kenner, P.,

Lautrup, J., Marsoli, J..

Pasquarelli, A., Peckham, K St. Germain. A., Sommer, K., Szarek, N.. Thomason. J.,

Varga Williai IS. J.,

Wood. A,.


KAPPA ALPHA THETA


Aitken, A.,

Dewey, A.,

Giannini, C,

Guido, A.,

Gillet, S.,

Summers. P..

Nelson, R.. Cook. R..

Mazmanian. M..

Lemanski, E.. Mayes. K..

Stead. A..

DeRobbio. R.,

Soia, W.,

Morin, P.,

Detoro. A.,

Wheeler. D..

Sartini, J..

Tonderys, W.. Thompson. W. Shenood. R..

Gibson, P..

Legarie. P..

Ballargeon, N.,

MacGregor.

Jenkins, S..

Frazel. S..

Muessel. R,. Barr. G..

Marques, S-.

Pellat. H..

Waterman, R.,

Olson, K,,

Clark. C.

Wright, J..

L..

Baker. L..

Baker, J.,

Bogue, G.,

Fischer. K..

Apgar, D.,

Sousa, R.,

Crowell, R.,

Smith, S.,

Thornton, J.,

Loeckler, B.,

Meisenheimer, J.,

Heckman, D.,

Kohanski, C,

Niggl. R.,

Dauphinee. D.,

Renner, A,,

Azevedo, A.,

Robidoux. D.,

Sowa, E.,

Thwing, J.,

Brown, D.,

Miller, A.,

Medeiros, G.,

Haeseler, S.

Spriggs, N.,

Lawson. R.,

Slonina, E.,

Solinger, J.,

Baker, J.,

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA


LAMBDA DELTA PHI

Abbott, D.,

Crawford, S., Farnham, K..

Johnston, N.. Kaschouba, J,. Lane, A.,

Headley, P., Kubeck. C,

Markarian, S.,

Latour, R..

OToole, P.,

Le Geron, N.,

Schwartze, ?.,

Richards, B.,

Willard, S,.

Osborne, S.,

Schoen, S.,

Hawkins, L.,

Scully. E.. Thompson. E..

Schokman, D..

Carter. G., Ferris, N.,

Strickland, K,,

Smith, M., Williams, M.


PHI GAMMA DELTA


PHI KAPPA PSI

Benker, C.. Millard, E., Piekut, T.


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Ascoli, K..

Anderson. F

Swistak. M..

McKenna. N

Resmini. W.,

Allen. R..

Sivo, A.,

Illuzzi, F.,

Deutsch. E. Babbitt. P..

Hopkins, M.. Krohner, T.,

McLeod. K. Owens. R..

Kaull, D..

Bader, H,,

Renzi, R.,

Ricci, T.,

Carlsten, R..

Grello. A.,

Berberian, H..

Buchicchio

Sylvia. F..

Burlingame

Caruso, F.,

Reid, W..

Thompson, J., Miello, M.,

Champlin.

MacPhee, L., Pezza, J.,

Oliver. R.. Walsh. C.

Small. H..

LaPorte. L

Samaras. C.

Romano. R


PHI SIGMA DELTA

Lew, E., Gerstein. A.,

Scotto. D., Sterner, B.,

Winnick, R.,

Pollock. B.,

Zenofsky, J..

Strashniek. H,, Flint, S., Rotenberg, M..

Lieberman. J.,

Kalowski, N., Lowen, R.,

Tippe, S.,

Lewis, K.,

Poulten, H..

McMahon, L.,

Goldsmith. R..

Broomfield, R.,

Waldner, B.,

Sayles, B.,

Burns, G., Gerstenblatt, S.

Parker, G.,


Hemond. D., Dean, J., Coduri, J., Pratt, K..

Fanning, A.,

PHI SIGMA KAPPA

Reimels, F., Sicard, R., Gerzevitz, M.,

Merntt, L., Wrench B..

Archambault. R.,

Pearson. J.,

Scalera, S..

Spring, H.,

Hathaway. R.. Skelly. K,.

Gann, M..

Sutherland. R.


Bryant. W..

Cataldo, H.,

Cordisco. R..

DeGioia, J.,

Othote. L. Munroe. W..

Sweeney, B,, Henry, R,.

Sullivan. N..

Aaronson. P.,

Mulkern. R.,

Wharton. C,

McDermott, E.,

Polak, F.,

Rose. J.,

Zanolle, C,

Dusanenko, G.,

Weidemann, M

Hovan, G.,

Renaud, R-,

Harrington, F..

Defence, R.,

O'Donnell. T,.

Haglund, K.,

Testa. A..

Scurfleld. D.,

Cuddy. F.,

Stenhouse, J.,

Lahoud, J.,

luliano, R.,

Walker, C,

Sposato, D.,


SIGMA DELTA TAU

Bazarsky, J.,

Eisenberg,

M.

Cohen, J.,

Freeburg, R.,

Fabricant, S.,

Goldfine, E.,

Fry. P..

Goren, S..

Goldman, N..

Harriet, R., Kain, K.,

Gould. L.. Helbraun. J.. Israel. L..

Levine, M.,

Levy, A., Philipp, J.. Polinger. S.,

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Himmelstein,

Stein, M..

Kraus, V.,

Rodinsky, B.,

Steinitz, S.,

Liberman, S.,

Silverman, S.,

Steinhouse. J.,

Zuckman, S.,

Adelman, P..

Bertstein, J.,

Aidinoff, C,

Cort, S..

Axelrod, M.,

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Marinsky. E,. Pearce. S.. Rine, J., Rock, J., Rosenblum, L., Sachs, R.,

Sandberg, M., Sobel, 1.,

Spiselman, M., Waltz, J.. Winter, E.


Barone, M.,

Blair, R.,

Caracuzzo. S..

Clark, M-,

Frechette. M.,

DiBiasio, L.,

Gorman. P.,

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Gottlieb, L.,

Greffly, J., Holdsworth, J. Jones, J.,

Levesque, S.. McNamara. P. McPherson, S. Metcalfe. S., Pacheco. K.

W

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Findlay, E..

Lindemann, D.,

Hunt. P..

Mooney. P.. Murray. B..

Johnson. L..

ONeil. L.,

Koper, M,, McQuaire, A Nordberg, K. Stamp. M.,

Pacheco, A,.

Rapp. C, Abbott, E., Batista, A.. Berthiaume, C,

Joost, M.,

Veznaian. B. Bland. S.,


Moravec. R.. McMahon, R. LaPlante, E..

Zampini, R., Marinho, R..

Hefner, R..

McCarthy, J.. Spotts, S., Bradley, E.,

Ewart, R,, Dannecker, R.,

Higgins. K.. OeBartolo. L.

Patalano, M.,

Reavey, F.,

Cotburn, P.,

Chisholm, T.,

Stachurski, E.,

McGinnis. C.

Easterbrooks, R.,

Jerald. J.,

Tkavs, v..

Gibson, W.,

Jendzeiec, R.,

Opiekun. H..

Richardson, C,

Essex, S..

Whatmough, J.,

Novosad. M.,

Bonneau, R.,

Fletcher, J.,

DeMagistns, W.,

Capalbo. R.. ORourke, C.

Parsons, D.,


Panagako. J.. Oakes. W..

D'Ambra, J., Smith. G., Ferretti. R.. Lynch. J.. Conforti. R.. Conboy. T., Ash. R.. Taubman. A.. Lareau. R.. Morris, J.. Pimentel. W..

Pryor. K.. Whittemore. R. Resendes. J., Jacobson. S.. Nave. v..

Burroughs. P.,

Manson, R,,

Cohen. H..

Ferretti, S.,

Chandler. R,.

Perlini. D..

Hines. J..

DiNucci. E.,

Larmie. W,,

Shea, T.,

Morris, J..

Grugn, S.,

Capaldo. P.. Knight. A.,

Hendrick, P.,

Taraborelli, J.,

Jeffrey, D.. Mitchell, B.,

Honnen, A.,

Schartner, R.

Bennett. J..


SIGMA PHI EPSILON Knopf. D. Randolph, P.

Comery. A. Hardy, R.

Kilberg. H.

Henderson, R.

Larence, R. Maddalena, F

Karas, D.

Mills. D.

Winiarski, A. Whilford, J.

Penn. S. Petronella. D

Weinberger, R. Spangler, M.

Stenning. C.

Tobias, M.

Yanco. D. Dodd. R.

Neville, D. MacDonald, D.

Martin, A.

Pytel,

J.

Sutter. W.

Babcock. W. Ferrance, M.

Wells. J.

Bachelder, R.

iVIathews, S.

Capaldi, J. Feragne. T. Gregoire, R.

Alexander, D

Jones, R.

Schmelzer. S

Reynolds, R.

Pickering,

M,


Kupferman. R.. Johnson. R,. Libenson. W..

TAU EPSILON PH

Mandell. J,.

Popkin. E.. Esmail, K..

Dean, D.,


TAU KAPPA EPSILON

Henderson. B

Longquist. G. Wasserspring.

Demers. D..

Robinson, D..

Norris. J.,

Cappucilli.

M.

Blasi. R.,

Janvnn. M..

Larsen. R..

Taglianetti, P Bouchard. P.,

Tillman. J..

Schlachter. J.

Yakey, R.. Desjardins.

Tanguay. R.. St. Onge, R,, Mrozowski, H

R

Brown. R.,

Hueston, R..

OLeary, S.. Langham. W.,

Mancini. W..

Ernst. E..

Kyriakakis. S.

Bateman, E.

Coutu. A..


THETA CHI Cole, D..

Robillard, J

Fitzpatrick, J..

Paolo, R,,

Nesbitt. H..

Warren. G..

Wisner. J.,

Facchinetti, N Ortelt, R.. Walsh, M., Allen, A., Mulvey, J.. Foster, E.. Alexander. R., Lepre. W., Bessette, E.,

Mehan, W.. Dacus. J..

Tyzbir, R.. Beniamin, R,, Colasanto, L..

Dye, D., Wilbur, M.. Scuico. F.,

Venditti.

Bellantoni, J., ndro. v..

Souza, G.. Woods, R..

Bowen, P.. Feeley, N.,

Hartley. D.. Giammatteo. V,. Falcone, W.. Lindemann, P.. Kassak, E..

Colvin. G.,

Rigollet.

H.


Torregrossa, A.. Ricci. R., Peterson, W., Giunta. A.,

D'Orio, L, Gesmondi. F..

Scotto. J.. Sullivan. P.. Ricci. A., Abbatomarco, F

Cappello, G., Masiello, S.,

Apostal, M,, Gauthier, R,,

THETA DELTA CHI

Cesario, H.,

DAgostir

Trombetta. J,,

Capece, R,, Schnelle, J., Garofalo, K..

Coldrulli, D..

Capaldi. J., Garabedian. G.. D'arezzo. R.. OePalma. D.. Giordano, J.. Petrella. J..

Dellaselva, M., Cacciola, J.,


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Discipline until it with

the

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body

screams

and bursts

of where reality begins.

a sense

and

t

the muscles end


The

the

body

is anxious to scream,

flame of excitement

is kindled


With a speck of Joy, ofyouth, every fiber

with a memory bursts.


In

a

movement,

vitality

as

is blatant

.

in .

a

smile

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nature.

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Or the

body

can

be

a

restrained, bent

only

on

winning;

machine,


But the greatest brand

of victory,


is

one

without

defeat.


the diamond

perhaps

the

.

.

.

jewel of every boy;


In the

runs

and jumps

of childhood, there is

A

a

spirit,

almost

spirit

.

.

.

in this age,

invariably forgotten.


But

a

spirit

which

can

glory

in the

strong

body.


the

well-formed

and

overflowing

house that is

with

a

joy

filled for living.


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And with comes a

an

eternal-morning love for this house and love for all that surrounds.

unity


.

URI started the football force

well

season

with

spirit. Our strong de fense carried us through the first games. as well as our victory against Brown, but our rebuilding efforts became apparent in spite of the teams hard work. This fall season proves that victory is not ev erything: in the last analysis, it is the unity of individuals in a strong spirited as

as

effort that withstands all difficulties and will not be

forgotten.

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6 0


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K. McLeod, D. O'Donnell, P. Bricoccoli, D. Forsythe, V Petrarca. R. Woods. J. Thompson, W. Bierke, W. Reid J. Robillard, J. McMahon, R. Archambault, D. Walsh M. Schneberg, J. Reed. A. Nunes, W. Zdanowicz. D Guerrien, E. Kassak. G. Dusanenko. F. Ricci. R. Roma no. A.

Sivo, J. DeCosta. H, Silvers, F, Cuddy. H. Small

Kemelgore, F M. Murgo. J. DeFaIco. (Captain), L Geiselman, C. Deyo, M. Miello. R. Hueston, R. Benjamin


suggested that

It has been

next autumn

during halfperform for closing half. This seems one considers the superior

the football

team appear time, while the Ram Band the

opening

and

reasonable if

naturalness with

which

the

URI

Band

the Meade Field stripes on Saturday afternoons. Despite increas ing competition from other Yankee Con maneuvers over

ference bands, particularly UConn and UMass. the Ram Band remains first. But

the

Band's

more

convincing

dark

and

Chi Phi. With

yardlines

naturalness when

one

is

even

recalls those

practices behind grandstand or genuine

dust-filled to

no

cue

them.

Donald

Burns'

army nevertheless perfected the preci sion form so recognizable on the week

end grass. Performance

high

reached

the

season's

when the Ram Band entertained URI-Temple game in Philadelphia.

at the

a fitting re unsurpassed sounds and long upon the play ing field, the band remained overnight in New York City, where 155 Rams celebratingly created another kind of music.

On the return to Kingston,

ward for their

footwork all

season


Scores

UNH UVT

4

URI

4

URI

Bridgeport

3

URI

1

Massachusetts

6

URI

0

11

URI

0

Brown

H.. Cook. J.. Czerwinski. R., C. Elliott. D.. Goff. K.. Gra D..

Klajian. J.. Marini. L..

J.. Mtegha, A.. Ndam, S.. Parsons. D.. Rainville. R.. Ramos, C. Wheeler. D.

3

1

URI

2

Coast Guard

5

URI

0

Boston U

3

URI

2

Maine

Basmanian. Z., Berry, Deutsch. E.. Egavoff. dy. M.. Hennessey. Mehan. W.. McNally,

0

Holy Cross

1

URI

3

Connecticut

6

URI

2


The fact that the

only

URI

soccer

two victories this season

the

that

forces

recorded

again supports everything. quality, and is pre

once

do not indicate

position Quantity is totally cisely in this area

that the local booters should be

commended for

fine

scores

a

unrelated to

season.

Although usually sparking on defense, the Rhody was sporadic, thus presenting an un balanced threat. Nevertheless, soccer is an ex citing, excellent spectator sport, and next season should prove to be a most exciting one for fans and players alike.

offensive


Although

a

strong team effort brought second place

to the "Russelmen" in this year's Yankee Conference Championship, the combined loss of four graduate vet and Charlie McGinnes half way through the cam paign proved to be too rough of a course for the har riers. Looking forward to next season, the Rhody long distance men hope to assert their individuality by not performing in as strong accordance with other fall sports, as they did this year.

erans


UNH

Won

URI

Fordham

Won 1

URI

N.

Eastern

Won

URI

Lost

Springfield

Lost

URI

Won

Massachusetts

Beasely. Peter Bingham. Donald Cook. Guy (Captain). Kenton Dolonich. John Frank, David Jacobs (Manager). Charles McGinnis. James Meuhlmg. Gary. Pace, Frank Perra. James Scanlon. Kenneth Skelley. Jeffrey Dorald

Danforth

Wright.

Lost

Lost

Won

URI

Brown- PC

1st. 2nd

URI

3rd

Connecticut

Lost

URI

Won 2nd

Yankee Conference

URI

New

URI

17th

URI

23rri

IC4A

James Green.

Lost

Englands


WCLCOt^RB'^l

CHUBt5 GO


>

On January 13. 1966. the Rhode Island basketball team was 9-5, past the semi-successful Oklahoma City tournament, and

going into their fifteenth game against the Dukes of Duguesne, apparently in the midst of merely another "good" season. With occasional flashes of champion basketball mixed with an early season

freak loss to Brown and

Providence, the only words out

a

routine defeat at the hands of

were.

"Well, we'll take the Con

ference." But

somewhere between

mark that

evening

in the

Chubin's

topping of Ernie's 1,868 Rhody victory over Duquesne. and the

Ram-P.C. tapoff six games later, the Rhody squad transformed potential into a concrete brand of unbeat

their long tradition of able basketball. The

Friars

were

the

big pearl

on

the

Rhody string

of ten

straight. Not even Mullaney with his colorful mixture could dilute the crystallized equilibrium of URI's high-level offense and uncrackable defense. At the end. in the wake of a 95-65 loss to Davidson in the NCAA, amid sneakers and uniforms scattered throughout the were worn but joyous with a season wellliberally sprinkled throughout their unprece season a host of truly genuine superlatives: dented twenty-victory

locker room, the Rams

done. For there

was

"Chubin Sets Record as Rams Beat Dukes" "Arthur Has Arrived" "It Only Hurts When You Are a PC Fan" "Rams Roar Back, Tip

UConn. Get NCAA" and "Rhody's Calverly N.E. Coach of the Year" just a few of the more outstanding. Beyond these, there were

are


O-GO 6-: T^ -

Chubin. S-. Cymbala. J.. Stephenson, A..

Boehm, R., Johnson. L

Granat, R.

.

Kopitko, S., Knig


other incidents, like

kling

performance

setts.

Boehm's

Cymbala's at

throws at Fordham. and

Blair

with

his

spar

Massachu

game-winning free P.C's Bill

personal tribute to great. Henry.

"Just

Henry Carey: great."

Just

No one can forget the brilliant in performance of this past campaign and no one can foresee the individual highlights of next sea dividual

son,

but

if

teamwork is

the as

66-67

good

as

version

of

this year's

their individual

performances equally meaningful in kind degree.

quintet, will be and

p

r.^

y^=


URI

96

St. Michaels

62

URI

79

Fordham

78

URI

70

Brown

76

URI

94

Massachusetts

67

URI

104

New

61

URI

97

Hampshire

Manhattan

71 61

Brown

URI

87

URI

107

URI

89

Oklahoma

URI

93

Wichita

URI

91

Boston

URI

97

Vermont

63

URI

109

Maine

68

Providence

86

101

Wyoming City U.

101 96

College

99

URI

79

URI

101

Duquesne

69

URI

82

Connecticut

67 61

URI

96

Boston U.

URI

88

Massachusetts

URI

97

Vermont

77

URI

84

68

URI

84

Holy Cross Providence

URI

91

Maine

70

URI

92

American U.

75

URI

99

New

62

URI

89

Hampshire Temple

URI

74

Connecticut

96

URI

67

Connecticut

62

URI

65

Davidson

95

64

61

92


Brown.

R.,

Burlingame. R.. Carl ChamplaJn.

sten. R.. Carlsten, R.,

G., DeAngelis. J.. DeFaIco. J., Federico. L., Gama, J.. Grello, A., Lam bert. J.. Nordstem, L., Rapp. P., Smith, R.. Souza, G.. Rallis. C.

Fanguay. R.. Walsh, C, Lindenian,


URI

25 22

Worcester Poly. Tufts

16

URI URI

11

Coast Guard

20

URI

37

Connecticut

URI

26

NYU

URI

23

Springfield

11

URI

0

Brown

33

URI

13

Boston

URI

37

Hartford

URI

14

Massachusetts

11

0 9

College

The URI wrestlers compiled

17 0 17

an

overall 6-4 record in

what has proven to be the most successful Rhody matmen.

season

for

Good sized crowds turned out at Keaney during the Ram's 3-game January homestead to watch the Rhody wrestlers at their best with successive and decisive vic tories

over UConn, NYU. and Springfield. Outstanding for Coach Herb Maack's matmen were Roger and Russ Carlsten. Captain Lee Nordstrom, and fourth-ranking N.E. heavyweight, Joe DeFaIco. Our hats go off to all the boys and the team who contributed to making this the most colorful and tension-packed mat season at Kingston, and to Herb Maack. who has made Rhody one of the top wrestling teams in New England in just a few short years.


Boston College K of C Games

Northeastern

Lost. 48-65 3rd

Lost. 41-71

Boston A. A.

2nd

Connecticut

Won. 62 46 Won. 57-56

Bates Conn

Relays

4th

Yankee Con.

2nd


Allen, A., Allen, R,, Bingham, P., Caprara, D., Collingvjood, F., Cook, D., Davidson, M.. Del Selva, M., Dobosynski, J., Dolonich, K., Ferretti. S., Frank. J., French, G., Gardner, L.. Girouard, L., Green, J.. Glenzer, R., Goldberg, M., Harrall, R., Jacobs. D., King, W., Klein, D., Kaher, S,, Kazor, G., McCinnis, C, Merntt, L., Pace, C, Perra. F., Rawlings, J., Reid, W., Rigollette, H., Santoro, T., Scalon, J.. Scuico. F., Silvia, A., Skelley. K., Sullivan, D., Taylor, W., Troup, R., Vorro, J.. Wentworth. N,, Wright. J.

The

indoor-Russellmen

competed

through

two

months of fast and strong track competition and culminated another fine season with a second place Yankee Conference victory. March 12. Battling against the best track teams in the North eastern area, the URI tracksters also

gained third

in the Boston Gardens K of C games, and finished fourth in the Connecticut Relays.

place

point sources for Rhody were in the (Klein), the pole vault (Scuico). and relay (Pace, Reed. Scanlon, Skelley), In ad dition to constant first-place points, Rhody always produced valuable second and third-place points be Constant

shot put the mile

cause

area

of the team's remarkable overall consistent

depth.

133


Pelosi, J., Tryon. F.. Georges, J., Galli. 0.. Rafterty, B.. Fnedman, C.

Coach won

Sgt.

Alfred Garron's small bore rifle team

three of five duel matches and finished 18th

out of

a

field of 37 in the 1966 U.S. Coast Guard In

vitational Matches. Later in the season, in the NRA's New small bore matches in New London, the

Rhody sharpshooters

on

finished 9th

England

March 5th.

in

a

field of

the 25 best rifle teams from the six-state

region. Only 30 points out of a possible 1.200 separated the 9th place Rams and the first team. Coach Garron. whose outstanding marksmen Dick Galli, John Georges, and co-captains were Frank Tryon and John Pelosi, is looking forward to an

even

better

rate frosh

season

next year when

some accu

step up to the varsity firing line.


URI

1223

UMaine

1293

URI

1174

UNH

1173

URI

1277

UVermont

1276

URI

1233

UMass

1252

URI

1233

UConn

Yankee Conference

1213 2nd

place


In the fall, when most of

pating

another

one

us

are

just getting settled here at Kingston, antici are busy

of those football seasons, Coach Caswell's sailors

they encounter. good one. the fall-half was the area of brilliance this year. In a matter of weeks, the URI sailing team wrapped up the Hoyt Trophy at Brown, the Schell Trophy at New London, and finished second in the Middle Atlantic Regatta, held at Annapolis. Maryland. Spring got off to a brilliant start, with the Rhody skippers beating all competi fate stepped in, tion in the battle for the Kennedy Trophy, again at Annapolis however, and an unorthodox point-breakdown rendered Rhody second. Navy first. The disappointment showed its effects, but nevertheless. URI went on to gam first place in both the NEISA Dinghy Elimination at MIT. and in the Yankee Conference. Art Paine. Rhody skipper, attained the individual highlight of the campaign in October, when he finished as high point skipper in the Danmark Trophy competition at MIT. New

to defeat almost every team

England travelling Although the spring leg of the 1965-66 all

over

season was a


Sloop Elim, New London Danmark Trophy, MIT Regatta, Kingston Team Racing Elim,, Boston McMillian Cup. Annapolis Donaghy Bowl. Worcester Hoyt Trophy. Brown Schell Trophy. New Longdon Middle Atlantic Regatta. Annapolis

McCahey. R., Clark, R,, DeMello, T Mathieu. Ramsay, R,, Gardir R., Fales. S.. Deary. B., Parys, J.. Blouey. J.. Ro tellic

M,,

nold.

W..

cid, v., Ar

Lonquist,

Couti, A., Hathaway, Feifert, P., McDonought, W.. Payne, K., Crete. R,.

3rd 2nd 1st

1st 3rd 4th

1st 1st 2nd

Waddington, J., Allen, W.. Falk. J., Locetler, B ,

Caswell, J..

Barrett, M..

Hartley, M.. Hartley. P., Cuddy. A.. Paine. A., I lund,

C,

Read,

Sannons,

Cook.

F.,

Harley,

J.. Fisher, K.

Spring:

Kennedy Trophy. Annapolis Boston Dinghy Club Cup. MIT NEISA

Dinghy

Elim,. MIT

2nd 6th 1st

Yankee Conference, Storrs

1st

NEISA

7th

Dinghy Finals. Kingston.


1966 has proven to be one of the scrappiest here at Kingston, Except for sever

seasons ever

al wide-margin dulged in ten 1

ball games, the Rhody nine in and 2-run ball games. All in all,

the URI diamond forces

compiled

a

10-11

rec

ord, which represents both a marked improve ment over 1965. and which foreshadows much

promise for 1967. Victories that gave the team its greatest psy chological mileage were a 4-0 squashing of P.C. at Providence, a superlative containment of the Black Bears of Maine. 31. and

a

late-season

re

venge victory over Brown. 3-2. Frank Fleming and Ron Dannecker proved to be the mound

mainstays,

and

both

hurlers

are

only sopho

mores.

jgi


UR

RIC

0

7

RIC

0

1

2

QNAS QNAS

4

Boston

1

Northeastern

0

Brown

4

Providence

3

New

B., Hallworth, B.. Gizzi, R., Crowthers, C, Valois, M.. Kernick, C, Bernstein, G.. McKenney, R.. Deutsch, E.. Steadman. R.. Forsythe. D.. Dan. necker. R.. Fleming, F., Buglio, C, Rallis, C,

Crowley. T.. Hallworth. B.. (Captain) Capalbo, B.. (Manager).

0 0

College

5 10 1

College

Hampshire

0

Massachusetts

0 2 7

3

Maine

1

0

Maine

16

1

Connecticut

7

2

Vermont

5

3

Vermont

4

2

Massachusetts

5

3

Providence

2

4

Connecticut

5

3

Brown

0

3

New

2

4

Kahanski. C. Cook. J.. Rainville. R.. Bradley. E.. Capolino. J.. Rekos. J.. Sutherland, R., Falcone,

OPPONENT

11

College

Hampshire Springfield

5


Boston

College Relays

6th

Connecticut

lost

Penn

Relays Springfield New Hampshire

0

Brown

lost

Yankee Conference

3rd

Northeastern

lost

64-76

lost

62-87

won

90-59 57-92 48-101

Allen A., Allen, R., Askevold, G., Ba

ham.

P.,

Bowen,

G.,

Srann.

T.,

Bowers,

W.

Broomfield. R.. Carlston, G., Cook, R., Davidson, M., DeConti, M.. Delia Selva. M-, DeMagistns, W., DiPetnllo. J., Dolinich, K.. Dnscoll, R.. Ferretti, S.. Frank, J.. French, G.. Gersevitz, M., Girouard, L,, Glenzer, R.. Green, J., Green, J., Harrall, R., Hen derson. B., Hewitt, W.. Jacobs, D.. King, W., Klein, D., Knight, A.. Langlois, H., Mazor, G., McGinnis, C, McManus, A.. Millard. E., Pace, M., Perra, F., Rawlings, J., Rigollet, H., Reed, W., Scanlon, J,, Scuico. F.. Sheron. J., Silvia, A., Skelly, K., Steele. G.. Sullivan. D.. Taylor, W.. Troup. R.. Vorro. J..

Wright. J.


CONSISTENCY turned out to be the

one single word that most nearly story about this spring's track performances. Coach Tom Russell knew who he could count on, and it proved to be a truism that the same names and same events would bring home the bacon time and time again. Like Pace. Troup, Skelley. and McGinnis in the mile relay. Scuico in the pole vault, and Mr. Klein in the shot put. Jim Rawlings was always there, too. with valuable contributions from stellar performances in the broad jump, hurdles, and 100 yard dash. Team highlight of the season was 90-59 running away victory over New Hampshire, here at Kingston, in which Klein established a new school mark in the shot put with a toss of 5r6V2." Later on in the sea

depicts

son,

the

the Russellmen. co-favorites and hosts to the Yankee Conference

Championships, finished 3rd behind UMass and UCkjnn. but meet and field records were established by the mile relay boys (3:25.6) and by Fred Scuico in the pole vault. 14'8" the best jump ever by a URI ath lete. Scuico graduates having done an excellent job. but the core of the squad is remaining, and definitely scheming for the next indoor campaign. campaign.


Providence

URI

won

URI

won

URI

won

5

Maine

URI

won

5

Brown

2

Providence

6

College

MIT 2

URI

lost

1

URI

won

6

Hartford

URI

won

5

Trinity

2

URI

lost

3

Massachusetts

4

4

URI

College

1

Connecticut

3

URI

lost

3

Fairfield

4

URI

won

4

Wesleyan

3

won

*%;-.

.=,

Monn, B.. Hoban. K.. Zurgleg. P.. Toscano, C, Charland, J., Bedand, R., Mandell, J.. Johnson. D., Dex ter, S., LeHerman.


There there

are

no

hard-luck

talent. Such is the

is

1965-66 version of the URI

stories case

golf

where

with the

team. De

spite the fact that key members Bruce Mo rin and John Mulvey were lost for the spring leg of the campaign. Coach Paul Cieuzo's boys drove hard and gained second place in the Yankee Conference, May 20. In single matches, the team proved to be exceptionally well-talented, combining an impressive 8-3 slate. In the various tourna ments, the Rhody golfers took 1st place the E.C.A.C.'s at Watch Hill, finished 3rd the E.C.A.C. finals, and

the

New

the

season

place land

.-^

Englands. was

gained 18th place in highlight of

Individual

Bruce Morin's tie for first

in the E.C.A.C. finals, held on

October 16.

-^^y^

on

Long Is


Miller.

Fournier,

Sunshine.

Henry,

Woods, Mook, Messier. Pasanno. Ndam.

Baker.

DeWalder.

Galli. Puzzo, Barr.

Nesbitt.

Augmstein,


Ups

and downs, bad weather, and in

general. plagued the URI tennis spring. The Rhody racketmen man aged to gain three victories, the most brilliant being an 8-1 crushing of the Coast Guard. The season got off to a confused start when the Coast Guard match was postponed and re scheduled in between the Maine and Trinity poor

circumstances

team this

matches.

The

matches within

sudden four

controntation

days

seemed

to

of

three

put the

Coach Curtler summed up the situation quite candidly when he remarked, in reference to Rhody's loss to Maine. "If the

squad

on

edge.

Coast Guard match hadn't been we

delayed.

I know

would have won."

Breaks

equally negative in the Con ference Championships. After Stan Miller and Fournier John squashed top-seeded UConn in the semi-finals, they were allowed only a fifteenminute rest period, and consequently were topped by UMass. Rhody finished fifth. Captain Stan Miller, who was bothered by a leg ailment all season, graduates, and our hats go off to such a fine captain. And there are many bright spots on the horizon. went

URI

Opponent

3

6

Maine

8

1

Coast Guard

0

9

Trinity

2

7

UMass

0

9

Vermont

0

9

Brown

6

3

Springfield

5th

Conference

5

4

New

3

5

Providence

4

5

UConn

Championships

Hampshire


and experience make all the difference. So it has been by coach Schott's lacrosse club, which completed an im pressive sophomore season. Maybe the Major hasn't any Jimmy Browns out there, but his boys have demonstrated a consistent scoring punch, and to the satisfaction of anyone who ap preciates the concept of the well-balanced team, frequently ex hibited a tenacious defense all season. Rick McGowan. Rhody his record of saves is quite goaltender. got plenty of action while Jerry LaPointe and Dave Wheeler proved to impressive be the big guns on offense.

Depth

verified

URI

Opponent Worcester

3

12

12

6

Brandeis

10

Poly. Tech.

6

Dean

3

5

Northeastern

5

3

Holy Cross Back Bay

10

7

4

18

UConn


LaPointe, luliano, Gruhn, Johnson, Mevnier, Meskdy, Sarnoff, McGinn, Marsella, Schecter, Utell. Baker, Wheeler. Stel-

del, Skene, Coyle, Clark, Casten, Ortelt,

Sullivan, Sposato. McGowan. McLaugh lin. McDermott, Santaniello. Labutti, Mehan.


Kinder,

S., (President), Dion, R., Hall, R.. Palagi, P., Dauphmese, D,, Sonzogni, B., Payson, R., Silverman, B., Cimini. A., Brooks, R., Friedman, C, Sokol, S., Gumpright, H., Deutsch, W.. Kolouski, N.. Alexander, D., Alosi. R.. Swartz. J.

Beauty

is the

matician like Dr.

essence

of this sport, and leave it to

a

mathe

Ralph Kopperman to cultivate the form within a precision sport which challenges the or

this beauty. Crew is dered mind.

This spring was the unveiling of a form and style which was being cultivated all fall, and although the Rhody crew never gained a first, they looked superb in their frequent second and third place finishes. Even when Rhody lost an oar against Har vard, they finished only seconds behind, in an exquisitely spirited manner. The Crew travelled to Philadelphia, where they rowed against C. W. Post and Drexel Institute, and later in the spring they made their first appearance on the Charles River, where they encountered veteran crews, MIT, and Harvard, The URI team is

composed of varsity, junior varsity, and frosh crews, all of which displayed excellent discipline, strength, and spirit all season.

Drexel

-

C. W. Post

Amherst

Villanova

MIT Grads

Clark

3rd

Fordham

Rusty

Callow

3rd lost

AlC

-

2nd

lost

Trophy Regatta


OPPONENT

URI NY

over

30's

Brown C team

12

12

30

0

0

Rutgers Holy Cross

0

9

0

0

14

5

3

1966 marked the birth of another sport here

'

l^^*-^ vCir

,

A

it reminds one of football with no Kingston Rugby. regard for rules Rugby IS a rough sport with a complicated related to the nature of method of scoring

at

-^dU

W

^

^

the

and

kick

around for

a

two

fifteen

men

per

team

run

uninterrupted half-hour peri

ods, with neither padding

nor

substitutions.

The game, which originated in England when excited soccer player disregarded the rules ran with the ball, is played on a field a little

an

and

larger

u,:^f4!l^^.k ^

than 100

which is

a

little

yards, and is played with a ball portly than the classic pig

more

skin.

playing a brief schedule, fared against the Brown team and Holy year should be great.

The URI team,

rather well

'

Cross, Next


Forged many years yet imperfections The mind

seems to

than it opens but

even

.

.

remain.

close

locks it

it engages

more

doors

.

cannot

halfway.

grip


i^-ijr^>

^ The cultivation is

a most

of your

serious

mind

business,

.

^


ignorance

is

man

's

greatest enemy

.


The mind like

most

performs

sensitive

things

best

when it understands

itself


a

great

event

in the

growth of the mind is when it comprehends its ignorance .

.

.


so

much has been

so

much has been written

thought, .


and yet one

a

single

sentence,

phase

grant your mind an insight a race or century, and lift it to ecstasy can

into

.

.

.


M

WP-

FTT

W

Vqe


the second great event the mind

for

is when il disassociates school

with

knowledge

.

.

.


the only

thing

you learn from tests is that from tests you

don't learn much

though perhaps has

some

merits

the .

.

.

.

.

discipline .


Board of Trustees

For mental order allows you to sweep aside superficialities it

.

.

.

openmindedness characterized by objectivity and flexibility grants

an


These characteristics create

a

people become

responsiveness

within

you

shapes and shadows perpetually new for you

and

.

.


In the

sharing of its freshest ideas,

your mind touches and is touched

and tumbles Uke in

a

a

field offlowers

child .

.

.

.


give your mind the chance, and it will Joy forever in discovery

Just


ilw CALVIN H. BRAINARD There is

only

one

insurance for

a

young man. and that is wisdom.

free mind.


JOSEPH L. CAIN A

man

can

become

intensely passionate

about the concept of relation.


DR. NESTER E. CAROSELLI

Of the dedicated school, every student knows he has a garden at home. His interest in plants stems from a green thumb. which blossomed into a mind that has not ceased in spreading the seeds of

knowledge.


JAMES E. CASEY He works under the complex as sumption that ignorance can actually be conquered.


MISS BEATRICE S. DEMERS There

are

a

few who dream that the

work at Babel need not go unfinished.


ROBERT A. DeWOLFE He understands the

complexities of life, and his real objective a respect for those complexities.

to instill within his students

is


DR. AGNES G. DOODY

Words

are the keys to our world: with the ap propriate gesture, the precise word, things will

open themselves to you. and you will touch the heart of all.


NORMAN J. FINIZIO He

hears

the

spheres, and

music

sees

the heavens: and

priest of the

of

the

the form of he is

high universal language. a


JOAN C. LENDRIM The

paradox of girls constantly indulging in inevitably refusing to do exer dampen her enthusiasm.

crash diets but

cises has done little to


EDWARD C. McGUIRE

Of, by. and for the student; he impresses you with his exceptionally personal approach to matters which would be purely bureaucratic for others.

fAM

H^


DR. WARREN D. SMITH Consider it

an

honor to encounter the

is sensitive to the drama of

living.

man

who


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DR. DONALD TILTON The Frenchman said, "All generalizations are false, including this one." but history proves, nevertheless, that in matters of taste there are no truths.


DR. DAVID D. WARREN

it is undeniable that he shall remain in the campus minority, he has no fears in proclaiming. "I said that."

Although


DR. WILLIAM YOUNG There

are no

stock

approaches to truth; and

those who possess only a part of it cannot comprehend what it is to possess all of it.

Pf-

:

I

a

*

Tr^^=


The

greeks were without self Aeschylus held the Soul before their eyes.

until


The sounds

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'

t

-

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k

:

*^1

!1


at

first they

seem

diverse


there

are

sounds and gestures

^


somehow

they

demand

a

response

.

.

.


the

faces,

the

forms,

the

figures


all

are

within

contained a

crafted

world

hut their sounds,

their music, are

lo

pointing

the

supremely

real

.

.


often

there is

a

stillness


followed by

a

provocative gesture designed

to

touch the active observer


.K>riO OPCN'. F8lD^YS-;^

.

SATl;RDAy

AFTERNOONS

I

SWfi^DKr NI&HtS

f

U

IflW

the ways

to

be touched

are

various

.


some

discriminate, and follow

another music, another despite obstacles .

.

.

drummer,


.^

Rhody Night

for there is glory in participation, in the active response


Las

Vegas Night

// is over

the

a

victory

time.

Joyous unity

with the

now

.

.


and the "uninhibitea soundcan

grant

a

freedom

.

.

.


for pleasure. but with

strings attached

.


The University Symphonic Wind Ensemble

and the

strings,

when traced

.

.

iJ


go very

deep


ofpreparation effort to follow the music

any amount

is worth the

in order

.

.

.

TteCbuOlia riisiiii

1HEJU PRO iiiF!;ntii Mt^

The Junior Prom


for

to

float

is to be

one

and fly

along with the notes tickings of beauty

with the

.

.

.


there is

one

kind

of sound

direct


which one

plucks and vibrates laughing siring .

.

.


and another kind

of sound

.

.

.

the autumnal, lahyrinthian sound

.


Herbie Mann

which grasps and

plays

every inner chord

.


and lastly the

proud,

ceremonious sound Ferrante and Teicher


given to be received in .

.

.

a

humane

manner

.

.

.


yet all music, like life, ends;


all il asks is

to

be

accepted.


look

everywhere

there is music

.


The Oslo

in

your pause,

the

quiet

will flow

sounds

to

you

.

.

Gymnasts


there is

a

music in words, listen


the grace is

a

lo receive

sign of the

the open mind

words

vibrant .

.

mind,

.

Governor Chaffee


words

are

spoken

to

be entertained

.


grant yourself that single step

The Tamburitizans

into the sounds


let the music capture you

.

.

.


The Four Seasons


and the music and sounds will release you, and remain

forever

with you

.

.

.


It '4

.<^-

.

:>^;'J:.


Go

work with others.

Learn what you have

and what

can

be

to offer, offered to you.

Ponder how you

give

and receive.


no man

is

a

rock


for

in

words, sounds, and symbols, union

is

implied

.

.

.


in

i

being

with others


w V

you attain the fullest humaness

.

.

.


the group receives its

glory

.

.

.


from

the association

offree

identities

.


and when you

freely

associate

.

.

.

'H'A'SA^


the

beauty of giving

becomes real


in true

'^i'-.e-^--

giving

.


you

see

yourself in

all your seriousness and smiles and

life

.


MARRIAC1 BUREAU

yes, in every smile, every game


r-*

J l\n rl

" '

M.pov(.JO!f)ER

there is

a

vital seriousness


for

in the act

of giving

to

others

.


man

takes

an

inch

from

time,

a

second from space

.


because

man

has been

forced

'<^^^^-

IT

to associate

.


he had learned that his

and its fruit

-

a

strength

democratic

the association

-

society

of free

minds

-

-

235


are

the

true

keys

to

his greatness

.

.

.


a

greatness which in 1966,

can

be real


a

greatness which places the individual, the ONE

.


as

the flber for the many, the ALL.


STUDENT SENATE

Scuico. F., President. Zuckman, S.. Vice-President. Bourn,

R,. Cokin, J., James. N., LaButti, G., Sompolinski. S., Wood, A., Zartanan, D.. Klockers, C-. Alexander, R,, Gonsalves, J-, Guerrien, D R..

,

Early. S..

Kifner, A., Maynard, L., Meshekow, B., Zybr, Joost. M,. McCorkindale, C, Lasher. A., Bes

sette. E.. Preston, J., Sosnowski, J., Whiston, N.. Wilkinson.

D-. Klevas. S.. Barnett, M.. Coletta. G.. Comforti. S., Costan za.

J., Morton. R.. Santopietro. F.. Steinhouse. J.

'(^^%

tf

ji

B

w


"The punishment of wise

men

who refuse to

take part in the affairs of government is to live under the government of unwise men."


Barbara Meshekow. President

Angela Scorpio.

Vice-President

Camile Caldarone. Secretary Kathy Daly. Treasurer

Judy LaSalle. Honor Board Marsha Eisenburg. Activities Isabel Colagiovanni. Publicity Sue Judson, Blue Book

ASSOCIATION

Andrea Freshette, Elections Donna Hardman. lAWS

Foreign Students Corry Goldenburg. Cultural Joycle Novick. Senior Member at large Chen Chen Lin,

OF WOMEN STUDENTS

Denise

McQueeny.

freshman member at

large


In local

parentis is perhaps

not

quite

the way to describe AWS. since the or ganization actually is an expression of coed sentiment rather than

an

expres

sion of sentiments for coeds. With

the

realization

that

principles

ineffective when applied in

are

a

shot

gun fashion. ASW has been allowed to mature into a group of representatives who can truly govern themselves. In the

past more

two years. AWS has made curfews

realistic, and the legislative high this year was the approval and

light of

successful function be

a

establishment

dormitory.

women's

a

senior

seems

the belief that every given the chance.

on

lady,

of

AWS

girl

to can


INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL

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^


PANHELLENIC COUNCIL

The words "Greek" and "democ racy are synonomous. Both the IFC and Panhel operate on the same

premise that cooperation can be a reality. James Dacus, president of IFC. exemplified the true Greek spirit when during Greek Week he informed many sorority and frater nity members that they were not

following to

the

who

this premise. Our hats off and Panhel members

IFC

know what the word

"Greek"

implies.

Mooney, P., President: Crawford, S.. Vice-President: Roberts, B,, Treasurer: Eisamen, B., Secretary: Hinctiliffe, L., Caldar C, Spiselman, M., Winter, E., Solomon, J.. Sousa. L.. Green, J., Ordonel. T, Rigel. M.. Frechette. A., Pike, L,. Lattiam, C. Harlan, S.. Hurry, S., Smith, M., Lane, A.. Marzilll. M., Alexander, D.. Hale. J.. Smith, P., Findlay, E. one,


INTERRESIDENCE

Harthe, R., Browning, W., Rayson, R.. Hennessey, D.. Fortman, G., Frank. J.. Coletho, J., Wtiitehead, J., Strandberg, K., Hahig, S., Bilgor, S., Serra, M.,

Wainwright, Giard,

HOUSE COUNCIL

Three

years

ago,

dormitories

were

fairly unorganized and inactive in gen eral. Through the growth both physi cally and qualitatively, IRHC has been able to establish an atmosphere of "belonging" within the dormitories. With the passing of last year and this year, homecoming displays have in creased in number and beauty, intra mural teams have fared

fully,

more success

and social and cultural functions

have been

on

the

uprise.

With the in

expansion of the University. increasingly become more indespensible to student life.

evitable

IRHC will

M.,

Tripp, H.. Wiley, Wayne, G,, Foster.

E..

Sarsfield, S., Anchade,

M.

B., S.,


JUDICIAL BOARD

The Judicial Board is

an

un

derstanding buffer between a hasty indiscretion and a chilly administration.


MEN'S

COMMUTERS ASSOCIATION

Boyle, J., President Paye. D.. Vice-President Martin. J,. Secretary Sosnowski, T,, Treasurer

When

we

peek in

on

the commuters

this year, we see that they are a little more at home than in past years. Com muters have more opportunity to be a

part of the Campus than and

during

"at home

most

'

the

day.

are

ever

before,

actually

more

in the Memorial Union than

students.

Discussions, studying. and card-playing have all increased, be cause students can actually see what they are doing, and the fact that men and

women

are

now

certainly has been

in the a

same

area

major improve

ment in the commuters world.


WAYFARERS

ASSOCIATION Boulay, P.. President lannaccaro. D.. Vice-President Muller, L., Secretary Preston. J.. Treasurer


CLASS OFFICERS

FRESHMAN

m

SOPHOMORE

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Henry. R. Geiselman. F. Coppolino. J. Aidinoff. C.

Bowen. C.


JUNIOR

R SENIOR

B Sweeney, B, Bingham, P. Corklngdale, C. Boyle. J. Riley, L.

I >/';


Deciding what the majori ty of 5000 students will like is no simple problem. And it is not just what they will like but what they will sup port and appreciate as an adult audience.


UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

This year at most

Kingston

ambitious

ever,

was

the

activity-

the Memorial Union. wise, and. although there were sever for

al

bugs.

It

was

the most

suc

cessful ever, too.

Loughlin. A.. Chairman. Bunker. M,. Secretary, Adieberg, H., Treasurer. Zuckman. S., Higgins. B., Jacobs, D., Smolen, H.. Schoelle. B., Shadrack, N., Colletti. J.. Pantas. V.. Stich. Alda. Du gay, L..

Charbonneau, B., Zinno,

J.


UNION COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Much is owed to these in

novating individuals who have greatly contributed in transforming URI from a Monday-thru-Friday suitcaseCampus into a seven-day student community. Besides

increasing

just

the

quantitatively, however, union in

succeeded

directors

better talent

incorporating original activities,

and as

also

more

trum

such

Weekend.

Winter

the

Movies

proved

to

be

recent, and the spec of

diverse

films than

was

in

more

previous

years.

James Smith, Games Committee

Marylin Bunker, Secretary Mike Zamperini, Movie Committee Cindy Russo, Coffee Hour Ndam Shadrack, Representative Harvey Adelberg, Program Council Jerry Coletti. Union Board of Dir. Harry Eisenberg, Dance Committee JoAnn Sisco, Music and Arts Committee

254

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BOOSTERS

Boosters

do

exactly what their

indicates; they act as sort of shot in the arm of campus activi

name a

how question comes up get a rise out of a booster?

ties. One do you


1965-66 will go down in Rhody as the year when the GRIST

history

became

publication.

Ross transformed the URI from

into

book

dynamic

a

Kingsley yearbook

a

glonfied telephone meaningful artistic

a

work. The week of June 5 12

be "hell week" around the

proved

room

to

116 of

Memorial

Union. Typewriters, and busy busy people profusely and masterfully in

cameras,

worked

order to meet the final deadline. Re ports seem to indicate that Ameri can

Yearbook, this year's publisher,

was

dying to get their boys working truly good yearbook.

on a

Predictions

are

that

next

year's

GRIST will be even better, picking up where this year's pioneer year book left off. One of the major im

provements in the GRIST set-up will be a telephone for the office. The GRIST, handling more money than other campus organization, any sure

could

use an

open line.


Editor-ln-Chief

.

.

.

K

Managing Editor Business Managei Advertising Manager Chief Photographer

Ross

.

H. Powers

.

f

R. Houle

.

.

.

.

.

.

R.

Thorp

P.

.

Mushnick B. Birks

Secretarial Editor

Sports Editor Women's Sports .

.

H. Powers

.

Editor

.

.

.

L.

La son

Seniors Editor

.

.

D.

.

Academics Editor

Literary Editor

.

.

Proofs Editor

.

Layout Editors

.

C. Maclnnes B

Contributions: E. Domenici. B. Maddock. J. Breslow, D Brown. N. Gunkel. J. Rosenfeld. P. Peck. D. Sullivan. W. Carpenter. M. Rigel. B. Maceroni. C. Russo. S. Sinclair,

Jenckes,

V.

Heffernan, J,

Burroughs. Advisor: J. Duffek

Tyler,

B.

Lawrence.

P.

A. Mushnick

E. Frisella .

C,

R,

Fargnoli .

.

.

.

P. Marland

J.

Circulation Editor

THE GRIST

Taylor

.

.

.

Harrison

Magner


Thoreau said that if you have read one news paper, you have read them all. The problems of inter-twining variety with repetition plagues any institution

or

organization which hopes to last. no exception. Students

and The URI BEACON is

found that the pages of The 1965-66 BEACON were filled with refreshing and informative news

items; editorials

were

both apropos and

and advertisements

were

tic and

manner.

professional

in

timely;

an

artis

In short, the BEA

problem quite well; widely and regularly read.

CON solved the classic newspaper is

presented

the


BEACON

La Pietra. R.. Editor inCtiief, Altman. J..

Managing Editor. Eisenberg. M.. Galli. R., Dalton. S.. Warren, J., Bemis, D., Codun. J., Millman. M.. kow. A., Nemiroff, S,, W,

Trampling

fans

who

have

fol

lowed Mike Zamperini for the past years will miss his column

three

next year. Mike epitomizes in many ways the manner in which a news paper can be effectively employed

to voice the sentiments that

usually

go unvoiced. The BEACON voice of the students.

is the

Kagan. S.. Meshe Boyer, R., Doctor,


Oliver Goldsmith wrote "The Deserted

Village"

in

order to

portray what the industrial revolution would do to the quaint little English towns. The poem, though powerful in itself, did little to change the inevitable. WRIU is an analogous case. The Student Handbook describes WRIU dent owned and

operated

radio station

.

.

as

"...

a

stu

." or so it was.

until early this year. WRIU ran into difficulties which were not so much the fault of any individuals, but of external cir

namely, the expanding university complex. WRIU. like many warm things, must be quantitative growth, where the password is sim ply efficiency.

cumstances,

Quaint

and

sacrificed in

sincere


WRIU

Baker. J,. Barrette. M., Beaubien. A.. Beck, I., Beville, J.. Bonner, J.. Boyle, D., Dr^yfuss, S.. Drexler. S., Egavoff, C, Feragne, T.. Finn. M.. Fleisher. M.. Frazel. M., Gentile, J., Gordon. W., Greenberg, S.. Gross. T.. Herlihy. W.. Higginson, C, Johnson, B., Calef, R., Carroll, M., Cassell, S., Chase, G.. Conte, D., Crowell. B.,

Klein, H., Koussa, H.. Lapolla, P., Lasher, A,. Leduc, L.. Mann, E.. Messier, R., Mooney, R., Nelson. J., Norman, D,, Norris, J.. Novogroski, H., Parker, B.. Peterman.

B,, Pritzker. S., Rogala, W., Sarapin, D., Simmons, D., Smith, E-. Stihams. Tomzyczyn, C. Twomey. B.. Young, P.. Zimberg, C.

J,. Thorton, S.,


SACHEMS


Who is

a

leader?

The Brain? Miss Good-looks? Mr. Savoir-faire? Or is the true leader

a

human

And knows that you and I

Sactiems Senior Honorary Society

Girouard. L. Bowes, M.

Riley,

Moderator

Treasurer

L

Rec. Sec.

Zuckman, S. Cor. Sec. Scuico. F., Sweeney, B.. Meshekow, 8.,

Boyle, J., Pacheco

,

A..

Bing-

ham. P. Dr.

Donald Burns.

Dr. Klenk

Advisor Advisor

are

being. too?


BLUE KEY SOCIETY Bingham, P. President Girouard. L, Vice Pres.

Godowski, M. Secretary Klockars, C. Treasurer

a

Beebe.

D., Bernstein. G.. Deutsch, E.,

Gottlieb. L.. Henry. R.. Kemeigor. L.. Mc Quair, J., Meisenheimer. J., Palmer. L.. Paull. S., Rainville. R.. Severin, S.. Sweeney, 8,, Young. R.. Zinno. J. Advi sors; Dr. Ostwrne, Mr. Owens.


The key is of

indicative and

enter.

symbol of freedom. ability to open Blue Key is the URI a

the

host, that group of students who make it their business to

see

that

visitors, strangers, and observers

gain an accurate picture and display a respect for

will both of URI our

campus.

Equally consistent with this idea creating a free atmosphere on the URI campus is the objective of the Blue Key Charity Bazaar. Through the Blue Key Bazaar. URI students are able to help those who are extraordinarily removed from personal freedom. of


LAURELS

Pacheco. A.. President. Severin. S., Vice-President, Pike. L.. Secretary- Trea surer. Paiheca, A., Zuck man. S.. Novick, J., Eddy. S., Downie. B., Craw ford, S., Barone. M., Carracuzo. S., Fairman, R.,

Salisbury. P., Reback. M.. Cyronack. J.. Sousa. B., Mellow. D.

^ Laurels proved to be very under standing this year, ambitious and dedi enough to grant to the student body a means for being somewhat more

cated

civilized. 1965-66 marked the first year in the

University's history that students were given the right to evaluate professors in a more objective manner. No doubt the midnight curses and profanities will continue to blare from dormitory win dows,

but

thanks

to

these

senior

women, sensible students can now

criticism

offer

to professors which will be pertinent, and also will reach the professor.

more


WOMEN'S Once that

an

individual

or

ATHLETIC

ASSOCIATION

group of individuals realize

going to set the world on fire, they goals. WAA. as an organization, is dedicated to athletics, and dedicated to why athlet are ics important. They are no world-beaters, rather. they decide to contribute to the community by work ing within the context of their organization. This year, while promoting athletic programs for women students, they also conducted a charity drive to give athletic equipment to underprivileged children. they're

not

establish realistic

Morrow, L.. President. Abbott, E,. ViceWood. v.. Secretary Trea Dowdie, B,. Snow, D,. Nelson. C.

President. surer.

Johnson. J

.

Lyons. F

,

Harvey, M, Bot-

tis, C, Appalonia, P., Niedbala, J., Still, J Sommes. K.. Spiselman. M., Castan.

za,

J,, Smith, G.,

D,, Rollins. J

.

Cooper, D,, Sherblom,

Simmons, A,, Whalon. J..

Ramsden, J., Osborne, S.. Hattenback, J.. Wiley, B,, Blades, B., Deenng, B., Walton. S..

Callaghan. J.. Greenhaigh,

P., Hanna, D., Drainville. M.. Craig. E., Cone. D., Souter, S,, Eiss, S., Kassof, A.


1

Zinno, J

2.

Sweeney.

3,

Zuckman. S.

4.

Dnscoll, L.

5.

Bingham.

B.

P.

6. Scuico. A. 7.

Palmer. A.

8.

Aaron, B,

9.

Marques. S.

10. Tennant. C. 11.

Kalaydiian. J.

12.

Riley. Boyle, Eddy.

13. 14.

L. J.

S.

15. Sousa. B. 16.

Mellor, D.

17,

Meshekow, B.

IB. Bowes. M. 19. Giard,

M.

20. Girouard. L 21.

McCorkindale. C.

22.

Perkins. G.

23. Barrett, J. 24. Pacheco, A. 25. Morrow. L,


WHO'S WHO

Truth

IS

doing."

Dewey


ALL NATIONS CLUB

Their theme is al

one.

an

internation

Amid all the popular col

lege talk of world peace and in ternationalism, we peek in on a few individuals about For

this

doing something

theme, this

cause.

handful it may be an in tellectual and deliberate under a

taking,

a

conscious

meet

effort

"foreign students." just a simple sincere meeting of others. for most it is

to

but and


President, Kalaydjian, J. Vice President.

Egavoff,

Treasurer, Mazda, R.

C.


MUSIC GROUPS


Music, unlike other art.

present; yet it

can

lives

only

exist for centuries.

in

the


TAU BETA PI

ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY

OS

.1,


PHI MU EPSILON MATHEMATICS HONOR SOCIETY

A., President, Sousa E., VicePresident, Morton, R., Secretary, Kem

Stead,

mier, C, Treasurer. Farrell, M..

Redding.

R.. Piascik. C. Block, B.. Bushman. M..

Habig. S., Richards, B., Whittier, D.. Nichols, W.

Severin.

S..


NUTRIX

"And all those in medi cine will affiliate for the

good of all."

Hacking, J.. President. Gagne. P.. Pelonzi. P., Grollman. S.. Leonard, E., Moikowski, M.. Fammataro. M.. Daniels. S., Gouthier. P., Martineau. J.. Etchi-

Marques. S,. President. Mekdsy, N.. Treasurer, Conway. K.. Secretary. DiPadua. D Lawton. K.. Warren. L.. Getnick. K. Faculty Advisor. Miss N. Dayton. .

The Health and

Safety

Council in

vestigates and takes action upon

HEALTH

AND

SAFETY

^ gM

any conditions detrimental to the health and safety of the campus community. Also, it assists or spon

speakers and programs which benefit the campus community as to its health and safety, such as sors

physical fitness competition, blooddonor programs, and student x-rays.


HOME ECONOMICS CLUB r'^

y^


ALPHA DELTA SIGMA

Kalaydjian, J.. President, Oriel, C. Trea Bryant, B,, Offiler, W., Leach, D., Neville, D., DeWardener, A., Bettan, J., Millman. M.. Greenstein. M., Othote. L. surer,

National Professional Advertising fraternity. Alpha Delta Sigma American Marketing Association. Marketing

AMERICAN MARKETING

ASSOCIATION

Lounsbury. C, President. Brown. P.. Vice President Brooks. R., Secretary, Salisbury, A., Treasurer Craig, S., Membership Chairman. Alexander, D.. Avila. D.. Carpenter. H.. Cone. M., DeWardener, A.. Feinman. J., Gerstein. A,. Ferrie, Course, A.. Hanscomtt, A., Leach D., Leistra, D., Luth, M.,

G,!

Oriel. C, Shockley, L., Silva. R.. Simonson, B.. Squillante J Wenzel. R.. Danforth, G.. Jones. C. Coran. R.


ALPHA PHI OMEGA

Alpha Phi Omega .

,

a

national service

ed to serving community."

the

fraternity dedicat

campus

and

the

Houle, R., President Bernstein, J., Vice-President Jacobson. S,. Treasurer

Sherman, R.. Recording Whittemore. R

,

Secretary Corresponding Secretary

Fox, P., Publicity Chairman Maitland, F.. Program, Chairman

A.I. I.E.

Bruno. T., President

Cassidy. F,, Vice-President Secretary Langzettel, T., Treasurer Bourcier, D..

Musto. J,. Historian


AGRICULTURAL CLUBS

Soil Conservation

Society Moberg. E.. President Relli. R.. Vice President

Kenyon. N

.

Secretary

Haddad. W.. Treasurer Ritzeau, J,, Social Chairma

Bell, R., Advisor

Aggie Club Moberg. E.,

President

Del

Pozzo, S., Vice President Reilly. J.. Secretary Hall, J.. Treasurer

Wright. T.. Social Chairman


The

Agricultural

Club

The URI 4-H Club

Soil Conservation

Society


STUDENTS FOR DEMOCRATIC ACTION

"There is

throughout

a

novel brotherhood

all that

they

do."


YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM

"Without

the

meaningless."

individual, democracy is


llfiS''*^ji euprunsovm:' The individual is above all the scattered parts there is

a

Spirit,

too

.

.

.


-^>^-if:^s


The

announcing

that

graduation

is

commencing

a

is trite

simply

because it is true

JOeeK To Be Zke^T^^

Th

8'G "^"

'

.

.

.


All that

has

college

hoped

to

do

is to teach you

to

think

and understand

.


but there is no no

to

pill,

no

equation, dimestore kit

freedom

.

.

.


yet before you go, lake another look around


here there many

are

friends

.

many faces, .

.


leaving will not be easy, goodbyes will not be fun

.


/; is sad

that

true

meaning

only discovered in things past

is

.

.


^9

'

It. ill

>

^'H 1."^.

i

f*

I

perhaps, in the last hours, a previously unnoticed face or

voice

catapults you back through the short years

.

.

.


but

commencement arrives

.

.

.


if .^S:^

but

before beginning, college

reconsider this once more

.

.

.


for

it is not this

day,

but the past semesters which can give a

value

to

graduation

.


ceremony is

a

cold skeleton


unless

with

a

filled tempered sincerity


5.'

^

the paper costs a

itself few pennies


Francis H. Horn, President

Think hack on

the

and

many

faces

hooks

behind

.

.

.

and you will know

if the

paper and handshakes

mean

anything.


I had the

pleasure of extending my congratulations to you June, but I want to take this to wish you every success and happi ness now and in the future. Although the University contin ues to expand and much is said in collegiate circles about depersonalization. URI will always strive to take an interest in each student. Certainly, we shall share in the pride of your achievements. Conversely, we look to you to become at Commencement exercises in

additional

active

opportunity

members of

the

Alumni

Association,

so

that

the

bonds between you and your alma mater, forged during your years here on campus, will continue to grow in strength and in meaning. Since receiving your degrees, most of you in the Class of 1966 have started your careers, been married, entered mill or gone on to graduate school. Whatever your

tary service current

situation, I hope that each of you feels that your studies at URI have helped to make you a better person and

one

equipped to confront the problems and the challenge us in so many areas of contempo

better

issues which rary life.

Intellectual curiosity is the benchmark of higher educa tion, and this kind of inquisitiveness, a facility you have de veloped in college, should be a lifelong commitment. If it is, and if you will look upon the educational process

as a

life

long experience rather than one which terminates with your degree, you will be a better citizen and a happier individual, I hope that each of you members of this fine class, URI's largest to date, will let us hear from you from time to time and that you will maintain your contacts with URI through meetings, the alumni magazine, and visits back to

alumni

the campus. There will always be a Good luck in everything you do.

warm

welcome for you.


The

experience of a successful undergraduate

career

stimulates

Barbara Jane Aaron

B.A.. Jour..

an

ever-growing self-confidence

Richard P, Abato

B.S.. Math.

Dennis H. Abbott

B.S,, Ind. Mngt,

Dorothy B.A..

H. Abbott

Eng.

Robert Abran

B.S., Acct

W^ Eldeen Ruth Adams

AS.. Dent. Hygn.

Inta Aizsils

B.A.. Eng.

Jeffrey Albin B.S.. Acct. Phebe E. Allen

B.S., Home Ec.

Khalid AlHamdouni

B.S.. Civ. E.

Anthony

Almeida

B.S,. ME.

Anne Allan

B.S.. Zoo. Nika J. Altman

B.S., Ed.


Sallejane Andrews BA,, Psych,

)iane M.

f -^

K^

73|

W^

Susan G. Arrick

AS.. Dent. Hygn, Howard D. Ballard

B.S., Mngt.

Ronald M. Ash

B.S.. Civ. E. Lois

Zampini Balsamo

B.S., Nurs.

B.A.M.

Armitage Eng.

'^:^ #1^

John P.

Ashiiian

B.S.. Math Frank T.

Bardsley

B.S., E.E.

W^

1-*^-


Peter

Barbara

Bingham

Block

B.S., Bus.Ec.

B.S.. Math

Michael M, Boesch

B S., AG, Tech.


// is

from

confidence a

totally individual

and a

deeply personal experience strength which reaches

into all realms

Francis P.

Joseph

Boland. Ill

Bonanno

B.S., Zoo.

B.S., E.E.


i^mi It is

confidence of the mind .

a

.

.

realization

of self-faith enabling one to face change.

Paul A.

Bricoccoli

B.S,, Phys. Ed

Edgar S,

James P.

Brown, Jr.

Brown

B.S., Ec.

B.S., Phys, Ed,

Marshall J.

Malcolm E.

Bov^en

Bowes

B.S,. Nurs

BA,. Theat.


Robert C. Butzier

B.S., Bus, Ad. Edward

j.

R.

Buzanowicz

Mary-Loui Campagna BA,. Art

Randolph

L.

George

F.

Carlson

Carlsten

B S

B.S.. Phys. Ed.

.

E.E.

David W.

Graham F,

Carpenter B.S., Micro. Bio,

Cary A.S.. Dent. Hygn.

Casper B.S.. Civ. E.


John F.

Gather Chamberlair

Chandler

Charles.

B.S., Nurs,

AS.. Dent. Hyg.

BA

cT^f^

--'

I-*'*

,

Acct.

P^H f^*

^^^l::i^ Lois 1

Joseph

John

Steve

Joseph

Charnick

Chaves, Jr.

Chiloyan

Chubin

Cimino

B.A., Bus. Ed.

B.S., Agron.

B.S., E.E.

B,S Phys. Ed.

B.A., Eng.

Frank

P,

Joseph F.

Joseph

Carol A.

Patricia D.

Ciullo, Jr,

Clark

Codun

Confone

B,S,, Math

B.S.. Bus. Ed.

Coggeshall

B.A., Pol, Sc.

B.S., Math

B.A.. Math

E.

Michael R,

Lawrence G.

Frederick A.

Donna A.

Thomas A.

Cohen

Colasanto

B.S., Zoo.

Collingwood B.S., Prod Mngt,

Compagnone

B.S,, E.E,

Conboy

B.S,, Bus. Ad.

BA,, Eng,


R.

Karen E.

Nancy

A

Susan D.

Danial B.

James

Cordisco

Crandall

Crawford

Crawford

Cretella

Cymbala

B.S,. Phys Ed,

B.A., Eng

BA,, Eng.

B.A., Pol, Sc,

B S,. E.E.

B.A.. Soc,

Ralph


1 1

pwpp^^^^^ "^^ '-^1

*'*^l

A.

Dolores R.

Merilyn L.

Joseph

Davignon

DeCesare

DeFaIco

B,S., Med. Tech.

B,A.. Eng.

B.S.. Phys. Ed.


1 1 is

a

probing

into the corridors

of knowledge itself;

Roger P. DeFelice B S., Indust.

Managt.

Joseph

OeToro

Jacques R Desplames

DeWolte

Dicesare

B.A., Chem.

B.S., E.Engir

B.A.. Eng.

B.S., Micro Bio.

Arthur S.

L.

Phyllis R.

Michael J

Rose

Sharon M.

Thomas S.

Dickens

DiGioia

DiGiorgio

Dillon

Dombrowsky

B.S., Man

B.S.. E. Engir

B.A., Eng.

B.S.. Account.

B.A,, Ed,


John A, Dorcus

B,S., Mrkt.

Joseph F. Dowd

B.A,. Pol, Sc. Barbara P.

B.A,, Hist.

Earl H.

Doyle.

Jr.

B.S,. Civ, f Walter M,

B.A.. Eng.

Phillip T. Duprey B.A.. Eng. Robert

Duya B.A., Germ. William E.

Dwelly B.S,. E.E,

Michael P.

Dwyer B.S., E,E.

I Nancy

R.

Ekdahl

B.S., Home Ec.


To know

oneself

is to possess

physical, spiritual, and mental

self-understanding

Arthur

Fanning B.S.. Ag. Chem.

.


To be

indifferent personal being is to he a fool, and ultimately lo render oneself meaningless and useless

to

one's

Linda

George

Fernald

Fern

B,S,. Home Ec.

B.S

.

V.

Phari

W.

George Farley

Kathryne

B.S.. Chem.

B.S.. CF.

Janet A.

Arthur S.

Feyler B.A.. Span.

B.S., Acct,

Farnum

dk:r^^^

Joyce B. Fletcher

B.S.. Bio.

Paul S. Follett

B.S.. E.E.

David

Forsythe B.S., Mrkt. and Ad. Robert Fortin

B.A.. Pol. Sc. Richard S. Franklin

B.S.. E.E.

Nancy Fraser

B.S.. Nurs.

Annlois

B.A., Eng.

>^Y-

^f.

Twyf


Carl

Mark

Friedman

Friedman

Friel

B.A.. Chem.

B.A.. Bio.

B.S,. Bu

Mary

V.

Kenneth R.

Francese B.S.. Ind. E.

Mary

Paul B.

Richard

John D.

Albert

Gardner

Gardner

Garofalo

Gaskell

Gencarella

B.S.. Home Ec.

B.S.. M.E.

B.S., E.E.

B.S., E,E,

B.A., Acct.


With college behind you, consider yourself and what you did here.

Richard

Cevat

Gencarella

Gencoglu

B.S., Chem.

B.S., Civ. E.

Frank

Marcia M.

Gesmondi

Giard

Giardino

B.A.. Acct.

B.A.. Eng,

B.A.. Eng.

i


Paul E.

Thomas J.

Gibson

Gilbert son

B.S.. E. and Phy

B.S., Math.

Anthony Giunta

B.A.. Ad

k^k^


Malcolm

Geralcine

Greenstein

Griff m

B.A.. Pol. Sc.

B.A.. Eng.

Margery Griffin and Ed.

Elizabeth J. Groton

B,S,. Home Ec,

BA., Psych,

Betty K, Gronquist B.A,, Eng,

Norman

Gerald

Marie

Gross

Grossberg

Grosseto

B,A,. Math

B.A., Psych

B.S., Home Ec,

Walter

Grundy B,A., Eng.

Russell E.

Guffy B.S.. Bus.

B.S., Ind. Mngt.

Joyce A.

Hacking B.S.. Nurs. David

Haddad

B.S.. Ind. Mngt.

Norma H.

Hagist B.S.. Coc. Sc. Judith E.

Hale

B.S., Home Ec, Ed,

Susan J.

Haber

Ha big

B.S., Mrkgt.

B.S., Math,


Joseph B. Hallworth

B.S.. Insur,

Virginia Heffernan

B.F.A.. Art


Joachim F.

Marsha G.

Nancy

Robert C.

Holdsworth

Marilyn R. Hotenport

Sandra L.

Hodgkinson B.A., Soc. Sc.

Horan

Houle

Hourihan

B.A.. Eng.

A.S.. Dent. Hygn.

B.S.. CF.

B.S., Ind. ,

B.S.. Ag,

Stephen

R

Howe, Jr.

B,S Phys. Ed.

Ali Ghalib M.

Hussan

B.S.. E.

Mary

A.

Huszcza

B.S.. Bio.

Marsha lacoi

B.A,, Eng.

f^

le^l


Andrea A. Imondi B.S.. Med. Tech

kih Brian R.

Dawn D.

Gloria L.

CarlN.

Steven

Jackson

Jackson

Jackson

Jacobson

Jacobson

B.A., Acct.

B.S.. Home Ec

B.A., Sec. Ed.

B.S.. Bus. Ed.

B,S Ind. E,

Michael D.

Stuart R.

Richard

James

Janvrin

Jenkins

Jones

George Jooveleglan

B.S,, Math

B.S,, Bus.

B.A., Jour.

B.S.. Zoo.

B.A,

Charles

Jack

John C.

Janice

Kalasinsky B,S M.E.

Kalaydiian

Keefe

Kelly

B.S., Mrkt, and Ad,

B.S.. Math.

B.A., Math,

Nancy Kelly B,S., Home Ec.

Carolyn

M.


Phyllis

Robert L.

Kelvin

Kendrick

Kennedy

B.A., Sec. Ed.

B.S.. Ec.

B.S., Zoo.

David R.

Carolyn M. Kenny B.A., Eng,

Stephanie

Janeth

Kereazis

Kershaw

A,S., Dent. Hygn.

B.S., Nurs

Cheryl Kolb

B.A., Ed. and Eng,

Perhaps with of your mind came an

in

the

opening

increase

personal thoughts, formulation of opinions,

the

new

and a

ideas,

consequently greater self-respect.


^-^.

y M Carol

Robert H.

Ronald J.

Norman M.

Kubeck

Kuhn

Kupferman

LaButti

B.S., Math.

B.S.. Anm. Sc,

B.S.. Acct.

B.S.. Phys. Ed.

Ronald Laime

B.S.. Civ. E. Frederick A. B.S

,

Chem.

Ronald Lareau

B.S., M,E, Frederick Larkin

B.S., Insur. Marie L. La Rocca B.S

.

Home Ec. Ed.

Ruth Latour

B.S.. Med. Tech.

Lautrup A.S., Dent. Hygn. Herbert Lawson

B.S,, M,E,


Daniel P, LeClair

BA.. Soc.

Jacqueline L'Ecuyer B.A., Eng.

LeGeros

B.A., Ec.

Nancy-Victoria LeGeros

B.A.. Hist,

Anthony Lepizzera B,A Eng, Cameille

Lepore B.S.. Home Ec.

Myrna

R.

Levine

B.A., Eng,


Walter W. Libenson B A.. Chem.

Anne M.

Liguori B.A,. Eng.


Carol J,

Manni

Manseau

B.S.. M.E.

B.S.. Phys. Ed.

B.A,. Math

Carol

Edward M.

Patricia R.

Marcelino

Marchetti

Marland

BA., Bio

B.A.. Ind. Mngt.

B.A,, Eng.

Richard

Ronald

Nancy B.

Ronald

Martin

Martin

Martin

Mason

Massa

B.S., Engin.

B.S., E,E,

B,S. E.E.

A.S., Dent, Hygn,

B.A,. Pol. Sc

Joseph

L.

George Manyan

Albert P.

f


//

was

then

that you drifted away from the tired thought, the routine the

Joseph B, Mellen

B,S Chem,

narrow

opinion, prejudice.

minded


Dawne J.

Barbara

Barbara L,

Mellor

Merrill

Meshekow

B.S.. Home Ec. Ed.

B.S.. Pharf

B.A., Bio.


Leroy

Joyce

J, Dennis

Nordstrom

Novick

O'Connell

BA,, Gen. Bus

B.S,, Zoo.

B.S., E,E.

Thomas V.

James

Charles W.

OConnell

OHara, Jr

Olsen, Jr.

B A.. Pol. Sc.

B.A.

B.S.. Pharm.

You became concerned with and

mastering

cultivating the mind uniquely yours.

that is

and

you

did this

at

upon long walks, inside deep books.

odd hours,


William R.

Chesley

Louis J

Onosko

Oriel

Othote

Pacheco

B.S., Bus. Ed.

B.S., Mrkt, and Ad,

B,S Mrkt,

B,A Eng,

Ann

John M.

Karolyn

William S.

Patricia

Arthur C,

Lana

Pacheco

Paddock

Paddock

Palmer

B.S., Mus, Ed,

B.A., Ec.

Page B.S., Home Ec,

Paine

B,S,. Forest,

B.A.. Art

B.A., Pol. Sc.

M.

John

Vincent

Constance

David

Panagako B.S., Acct.

Pantan

Parente

Park

B.S.. Ind. Mngt.

B.S.

B,S Chem, E,

P ^

a 5r^' f 1 r^ r i

ci\lik.

,

Ag,

^ 7 f ^(i

ii


Kenneth

Warren E.

Parker

Peck

B.S.. Acct.

B.S,, Mngt,

^ii^.

Robert J, Pohoiek

B.S., Pha Anne-Liis Polak

BA., Adv,


John E.

Pyers,

III

B.S.. Math.

Sheila

George

Edward J.

Pollinger

Poor

Popkin

B,S,, Home Ec,

B,A Ec,

B.S

.

Pharr

James L,

Quinby B.A Eng.

B S.. Home Ec.

.

Fred N.

Clinton

Alan

Raisner

Ramsden

B.A., Pol. Sc.

B.A., Mrkt.

Rapoza B.A., Hist,

Caryl F. Rapp B,A., Psych.

Martin J. Ratner

B.S,, Math,


There

were

yet you and

they

of your

minor retreats,

overcame

added

to

them, the

meaning,

achievements.

Kathleen L

Marcia

Jean A.

John

Rawdon

Reback

Redstone

Reed

Mary Rego

B.S.. F.N.

B.FA., Theat.

B.A., Eng,

B.S,, Phys. Ed.

BA., Psych,

E.

Thomas A,

Reilly B.S., E.E.


Alfred J,

Robert L.

Barbara

Marcia R.

William

Ricci

Ricci

Richards

Richardson

Rickus

B.A.. Ind.

B.S., Ind. Mngt,

B.S.. Math

B.A.. El, Ed.

B.S., Zoo.

Mni

Terry W. Rickey B.S., Acct.

A

'f^^*!

Mkk!k AS., Dent, Hygn,

Anthony W. Rocchi, Jr. B.S.. Zoo-


Marilyn

L.

Joan

Beverly A. Rodinsky

Andrea C.

James M,

John G.

Rocke

Rogers

Rogers

Romanoff. Jr.

Rondeau

B.A., Eng,

B.A,, Soc. Sc.

B.A,, Pol, Sc,

B,A Hist.

B.S., Acct,

B.A., El. Ed.

Paul F.

Jonathan

Joseph

Richard

James

Stephen

Rodina

Rose

Rose

B,S., Physics

B,A,. Eng,

Ryder B.S.. E.E.

Rylands B.S.. Phys. Ed.

Saft

B.A., French

R.

J.

B.S.. Acct.

335


Judith

William

Savage B.A.. Eng.

Scanlon

B.S,, Pharm. Ann

Melvin

Peter J.

Schrieberg B,S Mrkt, and Ad,

Schultz

Douglas Sarapin

Scheithauer

B,S., T,C,

B.S., ME,

B.S., Civ. E.

Sandra Silverman

B.A,, Math,


Cynthis Simmons

B.S.. Nurs. John M

Simpson B.S.. Chem. Gertrude E.

Sinclair

B.S,. Bact.

Anthony Sivo

B.S., Phys. Ed.

Smith

B.A..

Psych.

Smith

B.S., Phys. Ed.

Dorothy C Snow B A

,

Eng.


Kennrth A Sorenson

B.S., Ent.

Andrew G.

Stead B.S., Math

Because

of your growing reliance and integrity became a contributing person

personal you

Steinke

B.S., Nurs, Ann S,

Susan F,

Sterling

Stewart

B.S.. Nur

B,A Bio, Scs,

Holly W. Stephenson B.A., Eng,


JudithEllyn

James A

Linda J.

Stone

Straayer

Studley

B.S.. Med. Tech.

B.S,. Phar

B.A., Math,

Ronald Tefft

B.S., Ag. Chem


//

was a

revolution

that occurred

oJ

these past four years

you have

from to

sorts

during .

.

.

emerged

of adolesence of adulthood,

the shadows

the

awareness

and a

if you possess budding, craving intellect,

you will have the

for

spirit of knowledge long as you have life.

so

Caroline S.

Janice E,

Robert G.

Tennant

Test

Tetreault

B.S., Phys. Ed.

B.S., Home Ec.

B.S.. Bio.


ilH

Paul

Ronald

Carol

Charles

Meredith D.

Whittaker

Whittemore

Wickes

Wilk

Wilson

B.A.. Math.

B.S.. Ind. E.

B.A.. Eng.

B.S.. Mrkt. and Ad.

B.A,. Ed.


Henry W.

Margaret Wingard B.A., Eng.

Roberta

Vincent

Woehlcke

Woicik

B.S,, Geol,

B S,, Bus Adm.

Marilyn

A.

Yelle

B.A., Ed.

Carolyn Young B.S., CF.

B.S., Acct.

Cheryl C, Woodbury

Diana H.

Robert M.

Barbara M.

Wolf

Worrell

Worster

Wragg

B.S.. E.E.

S.A.. Chem.

B.S.. CF,

B,S., E.E.

B.S., Nurs.

Michael H.

.

Winkleman

Valentine J.

David E.

Zanolle

Zellstra

Ziemski

Zinno

Zuckman

B.S,, Acct,

B.S,, Insi

B.S,, Zoo,

B.A., Ital,

B.A., Eng,

Joyce

M.

Sherry


Robert McFarland

in Memoriam


Beyond these walls, there

and and

are avenues

draft boards traffic Jams

that couldn't care less So easily the individual can be swallowed and lost .

.

in the

complex

society

.

.

.


but

society

is also the

place

where you follow the many means and roads to

touch your talents and dreams

So the must

spirit offreedom

eternally

.

.

.

of individuality

be within you

.

.

.


In the years ahead

there will be

quiet

pauses;

it is in these

brief moments of reflection that the spirit is nurtured and rejuvenated And from these moments will flow a music, and a music.

.

.

.

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Red Mountain Road

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Vermont,

Arlington,

RICHARD PAUL ABATO

55 Oakwood Avenue

-

Providence, R.I. DENNIS HERBERT ABBOTT

15 Rock Avenue

-

Pawtucket, R,l, DOROTHY HILDA ABBOTT

1

-

Pine Lane

-

North Smithfield, R,l.

STEVEN

ROBERT

ABRAMSON

ELDEEN RUTH ADAMS -

267

Floral Park. New York.

Street

nue

69 56

-

North

135

-

Bank Ave

High

Kingston R.I.

AIZSILS

INTA

Dana

167

-

Street

-

Woon

socket. R.I,

JEFFREY

ALBIN

-

Eastern

201

Parkway

-

Brooklyn. New York. ALHAMDOUNI

KHALID

Muradia Bazar

-

-

Baghdad, Iraq. ANNE MURDOCH ALLAN -

23 Concord Drive

-

Middletown, R.I. PHEBE

Drive

ELIZABETH ALLEN

16

-

Shady Glen

East Greenwich, R.I.

ANTHONY A. ALMEIDA

77 Arthur Street

-

-

Cranston. R.I. NIKA JEWEL ALTMAN

Wantagh.

1738

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24 McCormick Road

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Newport, R,l, MARCIA B. ANDERSON

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-

New York,

CECELIA ANNE AMMAN -

Adelphi Road

279 Pontiac Avenue

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Cranston. R.I. RICHARD WAYNE ANDERSON ANDERTON

JEAN

NANCY

56

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51

Spencer

Nevrtonville

Newton, Massachusetts.

Avenue

ROBERT Road

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Warwick. R.I,

Avenue

KINGSLEY

ANDREN

-

60

Ausdale

Cranston. R.I.

SALLEJANE ANDREWS

31 Linden Avenue

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Fairhaven, Massachusetts. JUDITH AUSLANDER ANES

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43 Allen Road

-

Rockville Centre. New York. ELAINE

Newport.

AVIS ANGEL

-

15

Everett

Street

-

R.I.

HARRY ANJOORIAN. JR.

130 Summit Drive

-

Cranston, R,l, ELIZABETH Road

J.

Compliments

ANTHONY

-

220

Ardsley. New York.

BIJAN ANVARI

-

Tehran. Iran.

of the

Class of 1967

Compliments of

Peck Hall

Compliments of Alpha Delta Pi Gamma Lambda

Chapter

Heatherdell


DIANE MARIE ARMITAGE

Stephen Street

7

-

PETER HARRIS BLANK

-

Greenville, R.I. JANET West

Avenue

MAY

Kingston,

ARNOLD

Fairground Road

-

RI.

North

SUSAN GAIL ARRICK

Somerset. Mass.

-

RONALD MARTIN ASH

174 Roanoke Street

-

Providence. R.I. 153 Mauran Avenue

-

East Providence 14. R.I,

-

JOSEPH P

AUDETTE

-

E.

-

49

Lakecrest

MAX ROBERT

BLUM

-

560

Lloyd Avenue

-

ROBERT WARREN BOEHM

-

DAVID

477 South Pros

DOUGLAS

BALKCOM

153

-

Laban

182 Elliot Street

-

-

Newton 64, Mass.

HOWARD DANA BALLARD

189 West Avenue

-

Pawtucket, R.I.

-

AUSTIN GRANT BALLOU

26 Whitford Street

-

Wakefield. R.I.

_

LOIS Z. BALSAMO

191

-

Avenue

Academy

-

Providence 8. R.I. FRANK TONGE BARDSLEY

108 Felton Street

-

New Bedford. Mass.

RICHARD E. BARDSLEY

58 Manon Avenue

-

Providence. R.I. WILLIAM A. BARLETTA

10 Maribeth Drive

-

-

Johnston 9, R,l,

MARIANNE

BARONE

81

-

Street

Willow

-

Providence 9, R,l.

FRANCES

JANE Street

BARRETT

BARRY

F.

16

-

Cleveland

Mass.

Arlington 74.

-

ROBERT

16 Westfield Street

-

-

Providence. R.I. MICHAEL JAMES BARTLETT nue

-

24 Grove Ave

-

Cranston 10. R.I.

EUGENE EDWARD BATIS

26 Caswell Street

-

Narragansett, R.I. BATTEY

ROBERT

JOSEPH

70

-

Rosemary

North Kingstown, R,l.

Drive

JUDITH ANN BAZARSKY

786 Indian Avenue

-

Middletown. R.I.

-

LINDA ANN BEACH

50 Kneeland Street

-

-

Cranston 5, R.I. ARTHUR EDWARD BEAGAN

11 Potter Drive

-

Providence, R,l, JERRY RAY BEAL

Buzzards

Bay,

-

56 West Warwick Avenue

Mass.

MARY JANE E, BEDARD levard

-

63 Mt. Vernon Bou

-

Pawtucket, R.I.

DAVID CY BEEBE

-

-

Sayvllle.

84

Prospect

21 Case Court

New York.

BARBARA MUGDEN Avenue

BENGTSON

93

-

Hopkins Hill

Coventry. R.I.

JAMES GEOFFROY BENOIT -

-

Douglaston 63, N,Y.

CHARLES R. Road

BELDEN

56 Robinson

-

Way

West Warwick. R.I.

RICHARD JAMES BENTO

-

239 Rice Street

-

44 Glen Avenue

-

Pawtucket, R,l. ELIZABETH L, BENTSEN

-

Edgewood 5. R.I. GERALD PAUL BERNSTEIN

11 Chester Street

-

Newton 61, Mass.

HAROLD Road

WILLIAM

Avenue

BERRY

M.

BETTENCOURT

-

213

Hessian

Detroit

Warren, R.I.

RONALD GENNARO BIANCO Street

1801

-

Reading. Penna.

RICHARD

-

103 Yorkshire

Providence 9. R.I.

PETER KITTELL BINGHAM Auburn, Maine.

-

Compliments Class of 1968

-

535 Court Street

-

-

41'/2

High Onell

A,

BONVOULOIR

141

-

Illinois

Central Falls, R,l.

JOAN MARIE BOTTINO ROSTAND

Avenue

Bergenfield, N.J.

Providence, R.I.

-

JOHN KENNETH BALKUS

BONANNO

-

232 Elm Street

-

Newark, New Jersey, -

96 New London Ave

-

South

830

Providence, R,l,

RAYMOND Street

-

469 East

-

Peoria. III. ANDREW

JOSEPH Street

BLOOMQUIST

Warwick, R I

BOESCH

East Greenwich. R.I.

FRANCIS PATRICK BOLAND Point Drive

98-51 65 Avenue

-

West Warwick, R,l.

-

Street

-

MICHLUN

MICHAtL Road

Lane

Forest Hills 74, NY.

pact Avenue

JEANNE DIANE AUGER

Pennsylvania

Stony

-

Providence 6, R.I, 659 Bedford Street

-

Whitman Street, Mass.

nue

2401

-

Penna,

BLOCK

R.I.

Kingstown,

LORRAINE Drive

JOHN PETER ASHJIAN

ANNE

FREYDA EDYTHE BLOOM

114 Shawomet Avenue

-

Philadelphia,

BARBARA

-

of the

R,

BOUCHARD, JR.

Woonsocket. R.I,

-

316 Fourth


->vl'/.

Sigma Delta Tau Founded at Comell in 1917 Alpha Beta Chapter Established 1947 m

Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston

University 1888

PHI TAU Established in 1961

W.

KENNETH

Street

sett

BOUDREAU

EUGENE

-

MALCOLM

1851

-

Boston

1261

-

Cran

Cranston, R.I, EUGENE

92 Gramatan

-

C

BRADLEY

Fortin

23

Road

-

-

632

Angell Street

-

234 Camp Street

BEVERLY FARBER BRENNER -

Auburn

-

70 Oldham Road

-

New York. -

54 Gallatin Street

-

FAY HOLLIS BROOMFIELD -

17

Harding

Ave

Harrington Jersey.

Ave

-

Cranston. R.I.

BARBARA JUNE BROWN

-

North Plainfield. New

CRYSTAL ANNE BROWN EDGAR Street

Providence. R.I. KATHLEEN M. BREEN

-

219

Cincinnati, Ohio,

-

JAMES

SHEFFIELD

21 Union Avenue

-

BROWN

-

9

-

Pleasant

Westerly, R,l, PAUL

BROWN

24

-

Doray Drive

-

Fiskeville, R,l,

Providence. R.I, ham Road

48

Warwick, R.I.

NANCY BURT BRADSHAW

Merrow Hall

-

827 Mason Street

CHARLOTTE FAY BROOKS

nue -

Kingston. R.I.

Compliments of

-

BETTINA BRIGHTMAN

nue

106 Ferncrest Avenue

-

BRETT

MARIE

Pawtucket, RI

-

PAUL A, BRICOCCOLI

Providence. R.I.

BOWES

Cranston, R.I. KATERI

JACQUELINE

West Newton, Massachusetts.

BOWEN

Yonkers, New York,

JAMES DANIEL BOYLE -

Narragan

Schenectady,

BOURN

MARSHALL JOHNSON ston Street

983

-

Sandersfown, R.I.

Neck Road

-

Johnson

Street

BOURCIER

Warwick, R.I.

Parkway

RONALD

Drive

136

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

-

DAVID WILLIAM

-

2544

Notting

THOMAS JOSEPH BRUNO

Danbury, Connecticut,

-

33 Hillside Avenue


Hutchinson Hall Wishes

The Class of 1956 Best of Luck

of Tucker Hall

Compliments

WILLIAM W, BRYANT, JR.

7

-

Stoneleigh

Park

Westfield. New Jersey. ELEANOR ANN Dnve

-

BYRNES

60

-

Merry Mount

Warwick. R.I.

KENNETH

Street

R.

BUONANNO

89

-

Woodbine

Providence, RI,

WILLIAM

ROBERT BURGESS

Laboratory

N,Y,

Schenectady,

PETER ALLAN

BURNS

G 9 Research

-

14

-

Maple Street

-

North Easton, Mass, MARILYN IRENE BUSHMAN Road

-

Warwick, R,l, ROBERT CHARLES BUTZIER

Drive

-

-

157

Aspinet

Warwick, R.I.

EDWARD J. Drive

100 Cumberland

BUZANOWICZ

-

24 Buttonwood

Cranston, R,l.

MARIE

A.

Park Avenue

CACCHIOTTI

137

-

Van

Cortland

Yonkers, N,Y.

WILLIAM FRANCIS CACI

176 Forest Street

-

-

Winchester. Mass. DAVID C. CALDERARA -

Greenville, R,l,

-

6

Breezy Knoll Road

Compliments

of

CHI OMEGA

Sigma Kappa founded at Colby College in Phi Chapter established at U,R.I. in 1919

1874


RICHARD FRANK CAMBIO

42

Ravenswood

7623

Midday Lane

-

Providence, R,l,

Avenue

JOHN ALDEN CAMERA, II

-

Alexandria, Va. MARY LOUISE CAMPAGNA -

24 Burton Street

-

Bristol, R 1. UMBERTO D. CAMPANELLA

nue

-

51 Franklin Ave

-

Cranston 9. R.I.

MICHAEL BRUCE CAMPELL

Newport. R.I.

Avenue

CAMPISANO

M.

ROSEANN

T.

MANUAL

JR.

CANARIO,

JOAN E. CAPERONIS

Metacom

79 Lawton Avenue

-

Tiverton. R.I. FRANK JOSEPH CAPIZZANO

-

2 Tower Street

-

R.I.

Westerly.

SANDRA LEE CARACUZZO -

Woodhaven

465

-

Bristol. R.I.

Avenue

nue

17

-

North Providence, R,l.

Boulevard

-

84 Roseneath

-

227 Phenix Ave

-

Cranston, R,l.

CARL LEPIO CARBONI

Westerly.

125 Tower Street

-

-

R.I.

LOUIS ANTHONY CARLONE

1 Maribeth Drive

-

Johnston, R,l, RANDOLPH L, CARLSON nue

952 Greenville Ave

-

Greenville, R.I.

GEORGE F. CARLSTEN

-

138 Albert Avenue

-

114 Grove Street

-

Cranston, R,l, GRAHAM F, CARPENTER

-

Lincoln, R.I. ALLAN BURTON CARTER nue

112 California Ave

-

Providence. R.I.

JANICE CARY

-

93 Wilshire Park

-

Needham.

Massachusetts. NEIL EDWARD CASEY

-

9 Meadoviview Road

Foxboro. Massachusetts. DAVID WALTER CASPER

1000 River Road

-

-

-

Lincoln. R.I. JAMES L. CAYER

-

89 Victory Street

-

Berke

ley, R.I. JOANNE C CHAHARYN

35

-

Lyman Street

-

Woonsocket, RI. CATHERINE CHAMBERLAIN

Quarters

-

405B

Governors Island, New York. DONALD LOUIS CHAMPAGNE town Road

-

-

Compliments

of

Compliments

of Theta Chi

Sigma

Chi

-

1232 Tucker

Wakefield, R,l

LINDA JEAN CHANDLER

-

Greenhaven Road

Pawcatuck, Connecticut,

Hi^l


Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 From Weldin Hall

E.

JEAN

CHAPMAN

248

-

Road

Oak

WAYNE Street

-

-

CHAPMAN

MOWRY

Woodbine

-

111 Waterman

North Providence, R,l,

-

Glen Street

-

-

-

21

Sweetbriar

Street

60 Flower Road

-

Xi Delta

-

Plainfield

Pike

-

-

West

-

Established 1948

April 17,

1893

34 Mount Vernon

-

ROBERT COHEN

26

-

Warnngton

Providence 7. R.I.

G.

COLASANTO

-

27

Newton

Providence 3. R.I.

FREDERICK COLLONGWOOD

-

Cranston 10, R I,

Founded at Lombard College

UpsilOn Chapter

41 Oak Street

-

Shelter Harbor

R.I.

LAWRENCE

Valley

Street

CIMIO

-

MICHAEL Street

-

Theta Delta Chi

Beta

-

PATRICIA D. COGGESHALL

-

Stream. N.Y.

Alpha

CAROL ANN COFONE

Portsmouth.

Providence 8. R.I.

of

Warwick. R.I.

Street

CHILOYAN

PETER

-

Avenue

Highland

eriy, R.I.

Irvington 1. N.J. JOSEPH CHAVES

JOSEPH

40 School Street

-

216

JOSEPH EMERSON CODURI

379 Isabella Avenue

-

R.I.

STEVE CHUBIN

-

Westerly. R.I.

LOIS IRENE CHARNICK

Compliments

JUDITH ANN CLARKE

115 West Main Street

-

Wickford, R.I.

JOHN

128 Devonshire Street

-

Providence 8, R.I,

JOSEPH FRANCIS CLARK

Wakefield. RI.

JOHN F. CHARLES, JR, -

24

-

Cranston. R.I,

RICHARD JOHN CHARLAND Avenue

FRANK CIULLO, JR,

-

Wakefield. R.I

Mansfield, Mass.

-

3 Fowler Street


Paramount Fountain and Restaurant

Supply Corp.

Compliments of South County Pharmacy

Compliments of Federal Drugs

711 Branch Avenue Providence 4. R.I.

Best Wishes to Class of '66

-

Adams Hall

Compliments of

Compliments

Student Senate

Estabrook Co. DONNA ANN COMPAGNONE Road

Cranston 10. R.I. RAYMOND D. CONFORTI

-

24 Glen

-

Ridge

-

86 Burbank Street

-

Cranston 7. R.I. JEFFREY

Road

-

DAVIS CONGDON

Road

37

-

Westbrook

Warwick, R,l,

JAMES EDWARD CONNORS

81 Bristol

-

Ferry

Portsmouth, R,l.

JOHN RICHARD CONTE

12 Cactus Street

-

-

Providence, R.I. DOROTHY M. CONWAY

148 General Street

-

-

Providence 4, R 1. RALPH

ROMANO CORDISCO

Avenue

-

209 Westside

Haverstraw. N.Y.

DOUGLAS C, CORNELL

12 Knight Street

-

-

Ashway, R,l, JOHN MICHAEL CORSINI

-

Twin River Road

-

Lincoln, R.I. ROBERT

J.

COTE

-

Weekeepeemee

Road

-

Woodbury. Conn, KAREN E. CRANDALL

Newport.

R.I.

-

25 Hunter Avenue

-

of


Compliments

of

Delta Zeta

Service is

our

main

product

Wakefield Branch Co.

Compliments

of

NANCY R,

CRAWFORD

87

-

Ladd

Street

-

East Greenwich. R.I.

SIDNEY LOWELL CRAWFORD

Providence

Street

East Greenwich, R.I.

DANIEL

Paper Company 160 Dorance St.

Dnve

BRUCE

CRETELLA

-

94

-

203

Whitewood

Cranston. R.I,

-

PAULINE Hall

Providence. R.I. 02901

1571 Division

-

JANE

CROWDER

Roosevelt

University Campus,

-

FRANCIS JOSEPH CUDDY

135 Downs Ave

-

Stamford, Connecticut.

nue

CRAIG S, CURTIS

-

56 Charlotte Road

-

New

ton, Massachusetts.

JAMES ROGER CYMBALA

384 Parkside Ave

-

Brooklyn. New York,

nue

JUDITH JACKSON CYRONAK

-

Scott Road

-

Ashton, R,l. RICHARD W. CZERWINSKI

608 Main St.

Hadley, Massachusetts,

Wakefield, R.I.

Street

GORDON -

PAUL

DAGLIERI

-

52

-

Coggeshall

Providence, R.I,

JOSEPH VITO DAMBRA

783-3311

86 West Street

-

28 Eutaw Street

-

-

Providence, R,l, ELIZABETH B, DANDREA

West

Compliments

of

Acorn Linen Service

-

37 Lincoln Avenue

Barnngton, R.I,

Compliments of The Outlet Co.


Wakefield

GUY HUBERT DANFORTH

Paquin Road

1

-

RFD 2.

-

Kingston

Narragansett. R.I. 9 Briggs Street

-

Green

West Warwick, R,l.

DOLORES RITA DAVIGNON

150 Crest Drive

-

78 Mason Avenue

-

58 Gillan

-

Avenue

-

44

Nispah Road

JACK WRIGHT DEAN

87 Orleans Street

-

LINDA

nue

DECESARE

-

67

Deerfield

JOSEPH ANTHONY DEFALCO

-

30 Old Hook

Westwood. New Jersey.

ROGER PAUL DEFELICE

-

Max Lenzner 130

-

Host

Occupas

Warwick. R.I.

-

20 South Mead

-

Barrington, R.I.

Lane

LOIS ANN DRISCOLL

-

124 Aborn Ave

BARNICOAT DREW

WALTER MELCHIOR DREW ow

15 Layton Street

Steam bath -

Warwick. R.I.

-

ALAYNE stuxet Road

Cranston. R.I.

216 Warwick

-

Warwick. R.I.

EARL HOWARD DOYLE. JR.

-

New Bedford. Massachusetts.

Dancing Horseshoe Courts

BARBARA PEARSON DOWNIE Neck Avenue

Warwick, RI.

Dinners

Cocktails

-

Waverly Street

20

-

Providence. R.I.

-

CHANT MARYBETH DEAN

Road

Luncheons

Dolphin

New York

Washington,

JOSEPH FRANCIS DOWD

-

Cranston, R,l.

Road

Port

JOHN ALAN DORCUS

-

11

-

Warwick, R.I,

HELEN HIRSCH DAVIS

-

Rathskeller

81 Colonial Avenue

-

DOMBROWSKY

S.

THOMAS

99 Woodside Ave

-

Pawtucket, R.I

MERILYN

Charleston

Bnstol,

-

Cumberland, RI

-

WILLIAM LINCOLN DAVIES

-

SHARON MARY DILLON

-

Cranston, R.I.

-

16 Gorham Place

-

R.I,

LORRAINE G, DANTUONO

nue

ROSE DIGIORGIO

of

Compliments

61 Grassmere Ave

-

East Providence. R.I.

-

nue

BARBARA JOYCE DANIELS

compliments

our

MARIA A. E. DELACERDA

-

Barrington, R.I. Avenue

with

Pharmacy

49 Kelley Avenue

-

-

Rumford, R.I,

North Providence. R I.

JOSEPH JOHN DUBE

Elmdale Road

-

North

-

Scituate, R,l, ELEANOR F, DUCHARME

Box 172

-

Kings

-

ton. R,l, ERNEST M. DUCKWORTH, JR, Avenue

Cranston, R.I.

PATRICIA ANN DUFFY

George's

90 Davidson Road

-

Restaurant

Newport, R,

PHILLIP T. DUPREY

Riverside Dnve

-

-

-

Narra

HARRY ALAN EISENBERG

gansett, R.I.

VIC Drive

Galilee, R,l.

GEORGE

King

Street

-

-

Miles

38

-

Standish

West Hartford. Connecticut.

Place

PATRICK

Coventry,

-

7

-

Creighton

569 Waterman Avenue

DZIALO

CALVIN AVERY ELLIS PAMELA Road

368

-

Hopkins

Hill

Georgia

-

Uyo,

Avenue

Care of Sturdy

-

-

-

Har.

-

BETH

-

Victory Highway

ENNIS

Barrington,

229

-

-

Exe

New Meadow

R.I

KAMAL ABDULLA K ESMAIL

-

P.O. Box 11021

Nairobi, Kenya. 30

-

Sunny

Cove

Warwick. R.I.

BEVERLY JEAN EICHORN

JOSEPH ALAN ESPOSITO Avenue

-

118 Sumter Street

Providence. R.I. MARY REBECCA EISAMAN Road

WINNIFRED P. ELLIOT

Coventry. R.I.

SHARON ELIZABETH EDDY Drive

77

-

ter. R.I. -

East Providence, R.I.

BARBARA JEAN Road

NANCY RUTH EKDAHL

vard. Massachusetts. DWYER

R.I.

DANIEL ROBERT DYE

P.O. Box 98

-

Providence. R.I.

35 Snuff Mill Road

-

Saunderstown. R.I, MICHAEL

Prop.

USEN JAMES UDO EKA

Nigeria.

DVORAK

WILLIAM EDWIN DWELLY

783-2306 Normans Durfee,

30

-

Kingstown. R.I.

North

Bay

128 Elton Street

-

Providence. R.I.

ANTHONY ROBERT DUVA

night

Point Judith

21 Park Avenue

-

Westerly, R,l,

George's today

in

43 Franklin Street

-

I.

SUSAN LINDA DUKSTA

The fish you ate at

last

-

Warwick. R.I.

CARMELA B. DUFRESNE

slept

89 Concord

-

Arlington, Massachusetts.

15 Monadnock

Road

-

Barnngton.

Cranston. R.I.

-

251 New Mead

R.I.

RICHARD PAUL EUDICONE Street

342 Mt. Pleasant

Providence. R.I.

GAIL GOODING ESTABROOK ow

-

-

-

1573 Cranston


LOUISE ANNE DELISLE

390 Crandall Road

-

SHERRI ANN FABRICANT

-

Tiverton, R.I. Road

-

789 Kingstown

-

Peace Dale, R.I.

KAREN ANN DELUCA

-

385

-

ELAINE M. DEWOLFE

217

-

ELISA E. FALCIGLIA

Terrace

nue

25

-

Seabury Street

181 Ocean

-

Road

-

THOMAS FARLEY

263 Richmond

-

Wannrick, R,l, WARD

FARNUM

31

-

Highland

North Providence, R.I.

Avenue

MARSHA JOYCE FARREL

267 Paradis Avenue

-

2 Farrel Place

-

-

Larchwood Inn

Rumford 16. R.I 64-34 Dieterle Ores.

PHILIP JAMES FARROCCO

Rego

-

Park. New York.

15 Bower Street

-

Cranston. R.I.

PHYLLIS RUTH DICKENS

LINDA

773 Taunton Ave

-

Seekonk, Massachusetts,

JOHN ANTHONY DIGIOIA

-

Upland Way

-

-

FERNALD

Thorton

-

56

Upland Way

-

GEORGE VINCENT FERRI Road

man

MICHAEL JAMES DIGIOIA

RUTH

Street

Route 1

-

Greenville, R.I,

56

Barrington, R I,

Barrington,

-

KATHRYNE

-

Woonsocket. R.I.

nue

North

-

581 East Ave

-

Pawtucket, R.I,

-

GEORGE

-

R.I.

JOSEPH LEO DICESARE BARBARA DICK

-

Narra

-

6 Colonial Drive

-

ARTHUR LIGOURI FANNING

Drive

DAVID DIANA

Narragansett.

RFD 4

-

Providence 4, R,l,

SABATINO DETORO

Providence. R.I. JAMES

ROSALIE NASON FAIRMAN

Lydia Avenue

Cranston. R.I.

Avenue

123 Granite Street

-

gansett, R.I.

R. DESPLAINES

Woonsocket. R.I. ARTHUR

SHERRON ANN FAIR

Westerly, R,l, 80 Proctor Avenue

-

East Greenwich. R.I.

JACQUES

55 Twelfth Street

-

Providence, R,l

JAMES HENRY DELUCA, JR

RI

E

George

Wakefieid, R.I.

Water

Johnson 9, R.I,

-

AILEEN

Kingston,

516

-

FETTER

50 Little Rest Road

-

Lunches -

Dinners

R I.

JANET ADELLE FEYLER

155 Grace Street

-

27 Martin Avenue

-

-

DAVID BRUCE FISHER

Barrington,

-

For the best place

Avenue

-

459 Warwick Neck

-

Warwick, R,l,

DOROTHY JEANNE FLAXMAN nue

Palmisano's

139 Sheffield

-

Pawtucket, RI JUDITH E. FITZPATRICK

to eat nearest campus

Phone 783-5434

RI,

ARTHUR STEPHEN FISHMAN -

to 150

Banquet facilities

Cranston 10, R.I.

-

686 East Ave

-

Pawtucket, R.I.

JOYCE BROWN FLETCHER

Shady Harbor

-

-

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Restaurant

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Fine Italian Food

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on

Draft at

Tappan Ave

North Plainfield. N.J,

RAYMOND Avenue

Beer

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nue

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Apt. 330 5300

East Greenwich. R.I.

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FRANCESE

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Village Circle

nue

RICHARD S FRANKLIN NANCY ANN FRASER

Roger

Williams

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Center

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more

at

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FRIEDMAN

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203

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3 Woodmont Court

ANNE ELIZABETH GABEL

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R.I.

Woolworth's

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MARY VERONICA FRIEL vard

40 Pembroke Avenue

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of

285 Morns Avenue

Pawtucket, RI.

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Street

Harrington Park. N.J. Post Road

Acres

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Harbor, R.I.

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FRECHETTE

Providence, R,l. Hill Road

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iggy's

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Randolph, -

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Oceanside. Long Island. NY.

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Vt,

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124 Oakdale Ave

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Lincoln, R.I.

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Best of Luck From the Class of 1969

MARY SHERIDAN GARDNER

19 Resevoir Ave

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Rumford. R.I.

nue

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BRYON

Laurel

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Lane

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72 Ward Avenue

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Street

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R.I.

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CAROLYN

211 Oakland Avenue

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PAUL EDWARD GIBSON

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RI.

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Compliments

of

Rhode Island

Company

17 Fruit Hill Ave

Providence. R I.

Inc.

MARC

Bayside 64,

4 Robison St.

Wakefield. R.I.

1418 Chalkstone

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Wyndham

64 Freese Street

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NY.

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County

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Avenue

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yu,

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Resit Cad No. 6 1/7

Warwick, R,l,

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Providence 5, R.I,

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JOHN DOWLING GASKELL nue

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Chevrolet, Inc. 400 Main Street

Wakefield. R.I.

Thanks

783-3396 & Prov. TU 4-2420

too all of those Chevrolet

Chevelle

II

who have helped

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the Grist

Service

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Chevy

Corvette

Corvair

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32

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Drive

55 Anchor Court

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MARSHA Street

415

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Washington

ALLAN Place

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13820

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County

Company North Road Peace Dale, R.I.

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10 Omaha

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Blvd.

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STEPHEN ELLIOT GREENE

237 Wall Street

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GOWELL

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1311

Kingstown

Kingston. RI.

MARILYN G. GRAF

JAMES HENRY GREEN

Warwick, R,l, -

Warwick. R.I.

MEREDITH

MARY ANN GRAY

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Brookhaven Road

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GEORGE HENRY GORMLEY

Bonnet Shores, R I

Sand and Gravel

Ready

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port. R.I.

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Road -

Providence 6, R I

South

172

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257 Cedarhurst Ave

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Cedarhurst, NY.

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JANET ANITA GONSALVES

Drive

GOLDMAN

MARJORIE ELLEN GOLDMAN Avenue

96 Chestnut Street

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Lawrence. N.Y.

nue

nue -

Providence 5, R.I.

GOLDBERG

Brookline 46. Mass.

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909 Webster Ave

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-

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Lynbrook, N,Y.

PETER LEWIS GOFFIN West

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523

Cottage

Street

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race

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-

66 Sunset Ter


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Times

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Compliments of we're not satisfied

unless you

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are

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Compliments of University Book Store

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Co.

County

Peacedale, R.I.


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Perry Street

126

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Central Falls, RI.

MARGERY E. GRIFFIN

Pascoag,

34 Howard Avenue

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-

R,l,

BARBARA KOONS GRIFFITH

Gnffith Road

-

-

Saunderstown, R.I. BETTY Avenue

KAREN

GRONQUIST

-

17

Wildwood

Providence 7. RI.

NORMAN GROSS

-

118 Eaton Street

-

Provi-

dence 8. R.I. GERALD GROSSBERG

-

175 Potters Avenue

-

Providence 5, R,l. MARIE FRANCES GROSSETO Avenue

216 Beechwood

Roosevelt, New York.

ELIZABETH J. GROTON -

-

Han/ey Road R.F.D.

-

Stonington. Connecticut EILEEN

E.

GRUNDY

-

Indian

Lake

-

Wakefield. R.I.

Phi Gamma Delta Founded at

Washington College

Jefferson

in 1848

Established at

Compliments

URI in 1950

Bressler Hall

of

Congratulations to the Class of 1966

Men's Commuters Association

Best Wishes to the Class of 1966

From

Browning

Hall SHEILA MAE GUARNIERE

24 Doran Avenue

-

Bristol. R.I.

-

CALVIN A, GUDMUNDSON -

-

31 Charles Street

Putnam, Connecticut, WALTER

Avenue

-

G.

GUFFEY

1124

-

nue

-

Massachusetts

Cambridge 38, Massachusetts,

ANGELO EUGENE GUIDO

2454 Mermaid Ave

-

Wantagh, New York.

RUSSELL ETHAN HABER

Roslyn Heights.

-

55 Holly Lane

-

New York,

SUSAN JEAN HABIG

12

-

Congressional Pkwy,

Livingston, N.J. JOYCE ANN HACKING

149

-

Angell Road

-

Cumberland, R.I. DAVID WILLIAM HADDAD

-

121

Magill Street

Pawtucket, R.I. NORMA H. town. R.I.

HAGIST

-

RFD.

1

-

Saunders


JUDITH

HALE

ELLEN

151

-

Elm

Street

Newport,

HALTENBERGER

37

-

FLORENCE W.

HAMAN

Ferry Road

-

-

HANIG

DENNIS

3

-

Road

Wayland

-

26

-

Farragut 26

-

CHARLES Street

Colony Drive

-

J.

HAROOTUNIAN

115

-

Harns Road

-

-

CARL

Es

JOHN SHEFFIELD HARROP

3 Cove Road

-

142

-

25 Edwin Street

-

-

28 Sims Street

-

21

Highland Street

Cranston 9. R.I. Bristol

Ferry.

31

-

R.I.

Peekskill. NY. 270 Garden City Drive

-

RONALD

GERARD

22183

-

130

-

-

620 East 20 Street

Avenue

GAIL

HODGKINSON

-

27

Shippen

HOLDSWORTH

132 High Street

-

Bristol, R.I. -

Bnghton.

-

-

Slocum Road 1 1 Salem Drive

-

182 Phibsboro Road

-

-

JOACHIM HOURIHAN

-

RAND

HOWE

Sullivan

-

Maine,

HENRY THOMAS HUNT

Lincoln, R,l,

50 Alvin Street

-

-

KALAYDJIAN

-

20

Eleusis

312 Front Street

-

Plains Road

-

-

-

Victory High

-

Cedarhurst. New York.

-

90 Hadde Avenue

-

-

22 Palm Street

56 Dahlia Drive

-

Kingstown. R.I.

JOHN HALL LAHOUD

-

103 Sherman

-

North Providence. R.I.

ROBERT BRUCE LAFRANCE North

-

344 Barnard Ave

-

NORMAN MICHAEL LABUTTI

U.S. Naval Acade

-

9 Crocus Drive

-

Cranston 10, R.I.

Avenue

213 Eustis Avenue

-

-

Newport, R.I. RONALD DAVIS LAIME

43 Hardwick Street

-

Round

-

Top Road

-

Harrisville, R,l,

Warwick. R.I. KELLY

38

-

Bowen

Street

FREDERICK

-

Street 85 Thurston Street

-

-

172 Jewett Street

-

Street

LAMB

-

11

Spruce

Westerly, R.I, -

18 Bourne Ave

Tiverton, RI. ROLFE San

LAMBERT

2801

-

Rosecrans

Diego. California,

WILLIAM JOHN LAPIN

-

-

117 Aurora Drive

-

Warwick, R.I, -

144 Circuit

RONALD MAURICE LAREAU

Dnve

Street

Warwick. RI.

Narragansett, R,l,

-

SALLY

Provi

9 Crescent Street

-

-

ANTHONY

DONALD HECTOR LAMBERT

-

nue

NANCY ANN KENYON

-

KUHN

RONALD A. KUSHNIR

-

-

-

672 Henderson

Sumter, South Carolina.

FREDERICK

Boston Neck Road

DAVID LARKIN

-

Veal

Street

-

Weekapaug, R.I.

Narragansett, R.I, -

-

Cumberland. R I.

179 Julia Street

-

CAROLYN MARIE KENNY

571 Putnam Ave

HOWARD

RONALD JAY KUPFERMAN

-

Alexandria, Egypt, UAR.

DAVID ROGER KENNEDY

Greenville, RI.

31 Woodland Drive

-

way Mapleville. R.I, WALTER R, KUNZMANN. JR. -

ROBERT L. KENDRICK

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WILLIAM JOSEPH HUDSON -

Riverfarm

nue

GEORGE

PHYLLIS KELVIN

Harbor,

-

-

55

-

Providence 7. R.I.

Dublin. Ireland.

2705 Avenue I

-

LAWRENCE EDWARD KULICK

North

dence 8, RI.

North Providence 4, R.I.

nue

-

Riverside 15. R.I,

ROBERT CHARLES HOULE

STEPHEN

Box 9

-

JOOVELEGIAN

NANCY RITA KELLY

-

ROBERT

-

Cumberland. R.I,

Mass,

SANDRA GREMOUR HORAN

Slocum. R.I.

CAROL LEE KUBECK

-

Cranston, R.I.

JANICE EDNA

39 Lane Park

494 East Avenue

-

MICHAEL PAUL KRAMER

Kingston. R.I.

JOHN CHARLES KEEFE -

MARILYN RUTH HOLENPORT

-

Brooklyn 10. New York.

Irving Street

Rockland Street

Annapolis. Maryland. my THOMAS JOSEPH KEARNS

-

-

124 Paine Avenue

-

ARTHUR LOUIS KRAMER

Wil

Pawtucket. R.I.

Warwick, R,l,

NANCY M

-

175 Calaman Road

Huntington, New York.

CHRIS LOUIS KATSETOS

-

New York 9. NY. MARSHA

Roger

Cranston, R.I,

Central Falls. R.I.

-

9

-

21

-

THOMAS PAUL KANSAS

Illinois

-

Pawtucket. R.I. 255

-

East Providence 16, R.I

Camp Ceasar

HEROUX

ANN LESLIE HIRSCH

JACK

Manor

N.Y

Burgoyne Drive

Cranston 10, R.I.

Providence. R.I,

HENRING

-

HELEN ANN KORTICK

6 Nantucket Ave

-

CHARLES C. KALASINSKY

58 LeFrancois

-

Woonsocket. R.I. SUSAN

Queens Village 27.

-

Street

HEMOND

ROBERT ALLEN KOLB

24 Tamarack Dnve

-

R,l.

GEORGE

Road

GERARD

MURIEL

K.

-

39 Idaho Street

-

69

-

Warwick, RI.

Swampscoft, Mass,

Kingstown,

DIANE HEMMERLE

Wyoming,

-

303 Grove Ave

-

Warwick, R.I.

-

CHERYL ANN KOLB

82 Sackett Street

-

RICHARD EDWARD JONES

Avenue

Prospect

-

Cranston 10. R.I.

Road

Root

Maple

-

Narragansett, R,l,

JOAN LOUISE HELBRAUN

-

Cranston 10, RI.

MARY F, JOHNSON

Bay View Ave

-

PAUL JOSEPH KOKOLSKY

-

Norwood, Mass.

VIRGINIA H. HEFFERNAN

Boulevard

JACOBSON

JOSEPH WEST JOHNSON

-

West

57 East Stanton Ave

-

ROBERT WILLARD KNIGHT

-

Coventry, R,l,

liams Avenue

DANA BROWN HAWES

DENNIS

NORMAN

STUART RUSSEL JENKINS

-

Newport, R.I.

-

54 Hall Avenue

-

MICHAEL DAVID JANVRIN

-

nue

ROBERT WILLIAM HAVEY

nue

4 Oak Street

-

East Greenwich, R.I.

Warwick, R,l,

Barrington, R,l,

South

20 Power Road

-

Coventry. R.I.

CAROLYN MARY JAMES

Chambly

27

R,l.

nue

-

618 Smithfield

-

-

Baldwin, New York, P,0, Box 24

-

FAITH LEE KNERR

-

Providence, R.I.

JOSEPH HARTIGAN

GEORGE EDWARD HAVEY West

Farnum Pike

-

STEVEN DAVID JACOBSON

-

Coventry. R.I, Avenue

nue

ROBERT JACKSON

Trailer Park

mond 17, R.I.

-

-

Allentown. Pennsylvania,

STEPHEN R, KLUESS

Cen

-

Newport, R,l,

PRISCILLA RUTH HARRIS

Road

Pawtucket, R,l, 44 Fletcher Street

-

GLORIA LOUISE JACKSON

49 Toronto Ave

-

KINDERLEHRER

ROBERT E, KITTREDGE

-

Esmond, R,l,

Providence, R.I. Providence 5, R.I,

MARTIN

Warrington Street

47

-

DAWN DARLING JACKSON

Sumter

Hilton

208

-

Lincoln, R.I.

ROBERT Street

Elmhurst. N.Y,

BRIAN

-

KEYES

FRANCES KIERNAN

EILEEN

-

Esmond 17, R.I.

RICHARD ALLAN HARRALL nue

Claypool Dnve

83 37 Saint James

-

tral Falls, R,l,

DONNA SUSAN HARDMAN

Blauvelt, N.Y.

ALTON

Avenue

ISRAEL

JUDITH ANN ISSA

Farragut Ave

Providence 5, RI,

-

nue

69

-

Providence, R.I,

Providence 5, R.I,

THOMAS AUSTIN HARDIE

JOHN

Warwick. R.I.

LUBA BOMA ISRAEL

Avenue

219 Ann Street

-

R.I.

Avenue

Hope, RI

JOAN PATRICIA HARDIE

1309 Kingstown Road

-

Kingston, R,l.

ELAINE JOAN

Hope Furnace

-

-

39 Lockhaven Road

-

Warwick, R.I, ADU GYAMFI KESE

-

Cumberland. R.I.

Warwick.

ROBERT VINCENT HANNAN -

Street

Penstom

-

MARY JANE INGALLS

-

Plainview. NY. Road

-

lACOl

ANN

ANDREA ANTONIA IMONDI

Old

-

Jeffrey Road

Old

-

JANETH MAY KERSHAW

-

Westerly, R.I.

Lyme. Conn. JOEL

32 Grafton Street

-

R,l,

MARSHA

Park Forest

Cranston. R.I.

-

STEPHANIE KEREAZIS

-

Peterborough, New Hampshire,

MARY ANNE HUSZCZA

39 Booth Ave

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

-

PAUL W.

Road

A Rasheed Street

-

Baghdad, Iraq,

JOSEPH BRUCE HALLWORTH nue

HUSSAIN

ALI GHALIB M

-

North Attleboro. Mass.

-

MARIE LOUISE LAROCCA

Old Point Judith Road -

Cranston 9. R.I.

-

18 Vervena Street


DANIEL

S,

LASS

123

-

Daggett Avenue

Road

RUTH EDNA LATOUR

45 Manville Avenue

-

LAURENCE

Street

51 The

-

Village Green

Avenue

-

LAWSON

144

-

PAUL

Box

-

58C

JACQUELINE F, Street Coventry,

LECUYER R,l,

-

GERALD KWONG LEE

23B Ventris Road

-

LEGEROS

MARY E. LEMMIS

-

59

-

Gaspee Point Drive

Wanvick, R.I. Avenue

163

-

CAMEILLE MARIE LEPORE MYRNA RICHEL LEVINE -

79

-

Piccadilly

EUGENE

LEW

-

10 West Park Street

-

Providence 8, R.I,

-

WALTER W. LIBENSON

33 Cross Street

-

R,l.

Barrington,

18 Eton Road

-

R.I.

Drive

-

Wanoick. R.I, FRANK

-

LEWENTHAL

345 East 73rd Street

-

JANET MARY LOWERY

20 Auburn Street

-

-

JOAN CAROLYN LUDWIG

89 Hillman Avenue

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DEWEY

LUTES

Benham

-

Road

-

DAVID PHILLIP LYNCH

12 Lynde Street

-

-

JEREMIAH JOSEPH LYNCH

Providence, R,l. JAMES JOSEPH LYONS

-

87 Garfield Ave

-

Middlebridge

Road

-

JANICE -

CARIGNAN

LYONS

-

Middlebridge

JOHN DANIEL MACDONALD

-

56 Spnng Street

Newport,

R.I.

-

-

35

Ayrault Street

-

3010 Grand

-

24 Fortin Road

-

Kings

-

MEZS

MARIS

-

64

-

Coventry

R.I.

Coventry.

-

MESSIER

ALBERT

Melrose

15

-

Street

East

-

Greenwich. R.I. 72 Wilson Garden

4 Wilson Street

-

JAMES A. MICHALENKA

40 Privet Street

-

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

Mass.

WALLACE

MASUCK

DAVID BARRETT MILLER

Bristol.

-

15 Miles Avenue

-

98 New London Avenue

-

-

101

-

-

ARTHUR THOMAS

MAISON

91

-

MATTHEW

114

-

Wood

318 Griswold Street

-

-

20

-

119

Edge Street

Orms

Street

199 Orms Street

-

Sackett Street

MILLER

-

22

-

Green

Pawtucket. R I.

-

LIDO JOHN MOCHETTI

-

78 Coit Avenue

-

-

-

Bennington

Street

-

1008

-

Westerly, R,l,

PIERCE

-

Cottage Street

514

Nanaquaket

Tiverton. R.I, 260

-

Tanglewood Drive

East Greenwich, RI, MOSES M, MOORE

Hope Street

528

-

MOONEY

PATRICIA A. MOONEY

-

Narragansett Ave

Pawtucket, R.I JAMES

-

9

-

MARCIA C. MOJKOWSKI

-

Road 20

GEORGE JOSEPH MCCABE

-

593 Wood Street

-

Bris

tol, RI. MCCAHEY

-

72

MCCORKINDALE

Florham Park. N.J,

RONALD ALAN MORRA

Sorrento

Providence, R.I.

CAROL L.

94

-

NORMAN

EDWIN LOUIS MOBERG

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MAZMANIAN

FRANK

R.I.

MILLER

West Wanick, RI

nue

-

Kingstown.

STEPHEN Street

LUCIE MAZMANIAN Providence, R.I.

GEORGE

North

STANLEY M.

Cameron

106 Winsor Avenue

-

Providence, R,l.

LEO LAURENT MAYNARD

GERALD MAZOR

-

NANCY BERGER MILLER

119 Granite Street

-

Coventry, R.I.

MARIUS F

ELMER F. MILLER

Arland

West Warwick, R,l.

CAROLE HAZARD MAY

Road

Louisquissett

Bronx. N.Y.

RONALD Drive

25 Yates Street

-

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

WILLIAM

Street

East Greenwick, R,l.

JAMES W. MACLAUGHLIN

Old

627 Warren Avenue

-

MESHEKOW

LYNN

MICHEL MESSIER

25 Yates Street

-

Providence. R.I.

Wakefield. R.I.

37 Fairmont Ave

-

ton. RI.

Newton. Mass.

Wakefield. RI.

BARBARA

-

Providence, RI.

nue

-

Lincoln, R.I

-

Concourse Downer Street

West Waraiick, R,l,

Charlestown, R.I. Providence. RI.

Road

5

Glastonbury. Conn.

Glen Rock, NJ. JOHN

-

Westerly. R.I

Street

Pawtucket, R.I.

-

1923 West 11 Street

Pawtucket. R.I.

-

RICHARD Street

New York, N,Y.

-

Kings

-

Seekonk. Mass. -

MARY THERESA MATOS

344 Tedewater Drive

-

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

WILLIAM

Ferncrest

Pawtucket, R,l.

GEORGE WILLIAM LOW

-

71

Drive

Pawtucket, R.I,

BARBARA L. MERRILL

18 Hobart Avenue

-

R.I. -

Bart

Box 221

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DAWNE JUDITH MELLOR

-

Lincoln. RI,

RONALD MASSA

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15

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JOSEPH BISHOP MELLEN

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Pike

LEO MARTIN

Apts, Framingham. 224 Carroll Avenue

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ANDREW JOSEPH LOUGHLIN Drive

51 Chestnut Street

NANCY BLANCHE MASON

-

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SIDNEY DENISE LONG

Newport,

P.O. Box 538

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Lincoln, R,l.

GAIL ELIZABETH LOGAN

229 Andrews Avenue

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MCNERNEY

R,

DAVID ERNEST MEEKINGS

nue

MARQUES

RONALD JOSEPH MARTIN

123 Merry Mount

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Warwick, R.I.

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Railroad

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Peace Dale, RI,

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ROBERT

-

NY.

Brooklyn,

74 Boon Street

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ton, R,l,

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RICHARD ANDREW MARTIN

-

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DONNA LEE LINDEMANN Drive

Hyde Street

Pawcatuck, Conn.

ANNE MARILYN LIGUORI

Westerly

55

Providence, R.I.

JOSEPH

2 Willowbrook Lane

-

Freeporf, New York,

-

Pawtucket, R.I.

JOHN A. MARTIGNETTI

-

Broadway

Pickering Street

70

-

MCKINNON

JAMES MCMAHON

37 Serrel Sweet

-

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TERRANCE MARTIESIAN

Road

Great Neck, New York, IRA

STEVEN J.

444

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West Warwick, R,l,

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Johnston, R,l,

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Avenue

PATRICIA RAE MARLAND

1771 Atwood Ave

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LANGDON

ALAN

380 Madison Avenue

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F.

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Cranston, R.I. 1708 Cranston Street

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nue

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EDWARD M. MARCHETTI

Rutherglen

Providence 7, R.I,

ANTHONY LEPIZZERA

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Needham. Mass.

Johnston, R.I.

-

Street

141 Grand Street

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CAROLYN RUTH MCIVER

39 Norwich Ave

-

New York, NY.

Road

ELAINE AUDREY LEONARD

PATRICIA

-

388 Minerva Avenue

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ALLEN ROBERT MARCHANT

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Oak

Narragansett. RI,

CAROL M, MARCELINO

Greenslit

28

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Clark Avenue

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84

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Jersey City. N.J. 16 Chester Avenue

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VICTORIA

Pawtucket, R,l,

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Newport. R.I.

SAMNANG MAR

28 Greenslit Avenue

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R.I.

Providence. R.I.

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DENNIS C. MCGOVERN

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Cumberland, R.I.

nue

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CHARLES

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GEORGE MYRON MANYAN

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Avenue

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CAROL JEAN MANSEAU

Mam

ROBERT ALLIN MCFARLAND

Greenley

P.O. Box 141

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Cranston, RI, 38 South

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131

-

Misquamicut, R.I.

ALBERT PETER MANNI

Kelton

45 Lebaron Drive

-

East Greenwich, RI.

MAITLAND, JR.

J.

Narragansett.

LECLAIR

Gardner, Massachusetts,

Chestnut Ave

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R,l,

Narragansett,

DAVID ALAN MCDONNELL

-

Pawtucket, R.I,

-

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Providence, R.I.

DANIEL

EUGENE PAUL MCDERMOTT nue

44 Vale Avenue

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JAMES BRADFORD MALCOLM

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Williamsville, New York, JAMES

FRANCIS

323 Prome

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JEAN ANN LAUTRUP

Street

760 Boston Neck

-

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Cranston. RI,

EUGENE

nade Avenue

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North

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RONALD B. MAGGIACOMO

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Manville, RI, ROBERT

WILLIAM EARLE MADISON

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

-

344 Bucklin Street

-

Providence, R,l, -

44 Beechwood

GLEN JOSEPH MORRIS -

Warwick, R,l,

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450 Atlantic Avenue


Carol Studios Inc. 80 Atlantic Ave.

Linbrook. N.Y. Official School

Photographers


LINDA ANN MORROW

77 Garfield

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Road

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ROBERT EARL MORTON -

68 Fostmere Court

-

Warwick. R.I. 100 Girard Road

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JOHN SEBASTIAN MUGERWA

Box 153

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58 Almy Street

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Newport, R.I. 17

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Manning Street

31 Standish Road

-

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-

Avenue

R.I.

NAHAS

25

-

Woodbine

Westerly.

50

VINCENT NAVE

Patience Court

-

NELSON

185 Bluff Road

-

BRUCE CORNICK NETTEN

Resevoir Circle

-

-

110 Freeman Street

-

ton. Mass.

-

WILLIAM G. NICHOLS

38 Seaview Avenue

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LEROY E. NORDSTROM

740 Willow Street

-

15

-

Bliss

Road

-

nue

3 Top Street

-

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861

-

14

PATER JOSEPH OCONNEL

Newport, R,l.

SAMUEL ASUGUO OFFIONG

Vom, Nigena.

Spnng Street

10

-

Kersey Road

33

-

-

41 Bedlow Avenue

-

120 Mineral

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100

-

Sprague Street

Portsmouth. R.I. 79 Second Street

-

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N.J. -

William

Street

Henry

Street

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Avenue

196 Pine Street

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-

141-23

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Coolidge

141 23

Ave

ROBERT

Coolidge Elmont.

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CHESLEY ORIEL

-

1352 East 52nd Street

-

11

Ladd

DOROTHEE Street

10 Clarendon

Avenue

-

Providence. R.I. LOUIS JOSEPH OTHOTE

181 Knollwood Avenue

-

-

-

-

Potter

Road

-

North

Rockville Centre. N.Y.

POULIN

338

-

-

Metropolitan

Providence. R.I.

STANLEY RICHARD REUTER

81 Manon Ave

-

Providence. R.I.

GREGORY F, REYNOLDS ALFRED JOSEPH RICCI

ROBERT LOUIS RICCI BARBARA RICHARDS

Washington

Middletown. R I

MARCIA ROSE Street

3

-

MICHAEL ALBERT PRASSO -

67

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8 Terrence Court

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35 Covell Street

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17 Tuxedo Avenue

P.O. Box 146

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-

-

Shan

nock. R.I. A

West Warwick. R.I.

KATHERINE T. POWERS

324 North Forest

11 Lisbon Street

-

EDWARD FRANCIS RENOLA

Providence, R.I. POTTER

Bowery

Street

-

-

16 Willow Avenue

-

-

RICHARDSON

-

405 Auburn

Cranston. R.I.

WILLIAM

Street

Newport. R.I. -

Cranston, RI.

Providence, R,l.

Exeter. R.I.

EDWARD POPKIN

Gregory

2728 Pawtucket

-

1595 Phenix Avenue

-

West Warwick, R,l. Box 33

-

Kingstown. R.I, ONOSKO

Wakefield. R.I.

QUSTIN REILLY

KATHLEEN H, RENGIGAS

Road

11 Flint Place

-

THORNDIKE POOR

SUZANNE

-

Bay View Ave

184

-

Providence. R.I -

Brooklyn. NY.

-

385 Revere Street

East Providence. R.I.

ROBERT JOSEPH RELLI

-

Briarwood. N.Y.

-

106Charch Avenue

-

-

Bnstol. R.I.

-

THOMAS

Glenbridge

Cranston. R.I.

ONEIL

Cranston, R.I. WILLIAM

20

-

nue

School

OTTO OLSON

-

667 Hope Street

-

Providence, R,l,

MARY ELIZABETH REGO

-

Briarwood. N.Y.

GEORGE

21 Union Avenue

-

Warwick, R.I.

nue

SHEILA POLLINGER -

CHARLES WOLD OLSEN

New York. N.Y.

Winthrop. Mass. 83 Taft Street

-

Providence. R.I.

JAY DAVID POLISH

-

372 Central Park West

-

JOHN DUNCAN REED

Spnng

N.Y.

FRANCIC M. OLIVEIRA

Wood

-

N.J.

JEAN ALEXIS REDSTONE

-

-

FRANK BENEDICT POLAK

-

Anthony,

-

7 The Rise

-

MARCIA BEVERLY REBACK

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

Avenue

JAMES AMBROSE OHARA Peace Dale. R.I.

54 Taft Street

KATHLEEN L, RAWDON

-

R.I

ANNE LIIS K. POLAK nue

c/o Fed Vet Res

-

-

North Providence, R.I.

ROBERT JOHN POHOLEK

45 Ardmore Avenue

-

Providence, R.I.

RAPOZA

MARTIN JAY RATNER -

21 Linden Drive

-

Attleboro. Mass.

THOMAS V, ODONNELL

-

96 Merchant Street

-

CARYL FRANCINE RAPP

bury.

CYPRIEN JOSEPH PLOURDE

3 Webster Street

-

ALAN

Maywood Drive

Providence. RI.

Avenue

River Street

-

North Providence. R.I.

131 09 224 Street

-

MARILYN ESTHER PLACE

Narragan

Warwick, R.I,

Warwick. R.I.

JOHN JOSEPH RAPCZAK

131 09 224

-

Edgewood. R.I.

JAMES DENNIS OCONNELL

JANE

Payton Street 94 Main Ave

-

Halifax. Mass.

-

ANTONIO JOSEPH PIRES

War

-

ROGER SUMNER RANDALL

-

West Warwick. R.I.

Avenue

47 Arthur Street

-

wick. R.I,

Ridge.

65

-

R.I.

WILLIAM G, PIMENTAL

392 North Mam

-

Attleboro, Mass.

KENNETH

-

Warwick. R.I,

CLINTON EDWARD RAMSDEN

-

New York. NY.

-

Newport,

ARTHUR RICHARD NUNES

Avenue

138

East Greenwich. R.I.

CLAIRE NOVICK

Parkway

Pas

55 Dartmouth Avenue

-

FRED NORMAN RAISNER

Ave

Laurelton. N.Y.

LOUISE STEVENS PIKE

-

Cranford. N.J.

-

Route

-

PETERSON

JEFFREY NEAL PHILLIPS

-

Newport. R.I.

Street

Mayfield

West Warwick. R.I.

ANN CAROL OBER

-

8 Hoffman Place

-

R I.

MARY LU RADOCCIA

DANIEL RALPH PETTELLA -114 Bernon Street

Nor

Wakefield. R.I.

LINDA

291

PERREAULT

ALDA MARIE PETRARCA

-

Jamestown, R.I. -

Reservoir Road

-

KATHLEEN S. RADICE

-

-

FRANKLIN J. PETERSON -

DONALD NEVIUS

H.

ARTHUR NELSON

-

Cranston, R.I,

Park

Broadway

Cove View Ave

-

-

Kingston, R.I, JACQUELINE JEAN PERRI Westerly. R.I. Street

ROBERT SVEN

Penna

Newport.

CHRISTINE

North

-

Providence, R.I.

-

504

-

West

45

-

20 Bennett Street

-

-

520 Ft, Washington

-

coag, R.I.

CONSTANCE V, PARENTE

Highland

R.I.

NAULT

QUINBY

CLARE JEAN RACINE

-

Riverside. Conn.

-

20 Woodhill Drive

-

Providence. R.I, -

Wanvick, R,l,

sett

Avenue 105 Beacon Avenue

-

VINCENT THOMAS PANTAS nue

TOOFIK

ROBERT 0.

-

Warwick. R.I.

JAMES LLOYD

Pawtucket. R.I.

CATHERINE LYNN NARDONE

Street

64 Scarsdale Street

-

JOHN PETER PANAGAKO

Tiogue Avenue

10 Sack Street

-

North Providence. R.I, KENNETH DALE PRYOR

-

Newport. R.I.

JOHN HAROLD MUSTO

JOYCE

Fairway Lane

73

-

Cranston, R,l,

LANA JEAN PALMER

Pleasant Gardens

-

ALBERT GORDON PROVOST -

PAGE

Kingstown

1246 Hope Street

-

Bristol. RI.

Markwood

Warwick. R.I.

JANE COHEN MUSHNICK

-

ANN

77

-

R.I

582

-

Peace Dale, RI.

-

PAUL MICHOLAS PROTO -

PADDOCK

ARTHUR CLARKE PAINE -

RITA BARBARA MURRAY

Coventry.

PATRICIA

-

Pawtucket, R,l,

RICHARD

SHAW

Barnngton.

Warwick. R I.

TERRENCE F. MURPHY

Street

Road

Bonnet Shores. R.I. WILLIAM

Lu

-

Drive

gazi, Uganda. WALTER WARREN MUNROE

BRADFORD PRIDE

FRANK

Bay View Ave Camden Road

-

8 Summer Street

-

Westerly. R.I.

-

158

-

Bnstol. R.I.

-

GEORGE ANDREW PRETE

77 Humbert Ave

-

Cranston. R.I.

KAROLYN MATHER PADDOCK

-

Cumberland Hill, R,l.

-

JOHN MANUEL PACHECO nue

MARILYN JOYCE MOWRY

-

ANN ELIZABETH PACHECO

-

West Hartford. Conn.

ALBERT

RICHKUS

-

1242

Baker

Hillside. N J.

TERRY WARD RICKEY Providence. RI.

-

120

Regent

Avenue

-


MITCHELL S. RIFFKIN

25 Glen Drive

-

-

Congress Avenue

196

nue

KENNETH LEE PARKER

College

Road

143 Mill Street

-

1280 Smith Street

-

GARY MEDRICK PERKINS

Clubhouse Road

-

Street

Pawtucket. R.I.

LINDA SUE RILEY

34 Tatum Drive

-

55 South Bend

-

Pawtucket. R.I. 191 Mauran Avenue

-

East Providence, R.I.

RFD 4 Knowles

-

Point Judith. R.I.

BRUCE W. ROBERTS

189 Hunts Avenue

-

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

JEFFREY A. ROBERTSHAW

12 Tucker Street

-

JOEL DAVID ROBRISH

West

LEE

-

ROCKE

70

-

-

Wamvick, R I.

Pawtucket. R.I.

MARY LOU ROHRBERG

Bailey

-

Blvd.

JOHN DIANNE RONDEAU

-

Gilbert

Avenue

Saunderstown. R.I.

JOSEPH RICHARD ROSE

-

9 Rose Avenue

-

Westerly. R.I, CHARLES

PETER

RUPACZ

1

-

164

Hendrick

-

Hartford Pike RFD

-

235 Walcott Street

FRANKLIN J. RZEPECKI

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387

England

Street

-

51

-

Cumerford Street

-

1 Princeton Avenue

-

22 Elmcrest Drive

-

396

-

Woodland

Narragansett Ave

138

FRANCIS

SPRING

15

-

Primrose

Riverside. R.I. 22 Killdeer Road

-

Warwick. R.I. STAFFORD

79

-

-

488 Overbrook Road

ANDREW GORDON STEAD

-

Union

Avenue

246 Great Road

-

-

-

Woonsocket. RI

F.

ROBERT EMMETT STEDMAN -

SHEEHAN

196

-

Blackstone

Narragansett.

-

80 Avice Street

R.I.

DONNA JEAN PAGE STEELE

73

-

FainAray Lane

Warwick, R,l. 230 Waldron Avenue

-

MARVIN

-

JOEL STEIN

257 Winter Street

-

-

Woonsocket, R.I. 37 Rhode Island

-

Pawtucket. R.I.

VERA N. STEINBERG

-

1110989th Avenue

-

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. -

16 Oakwood Avenue

SUSAN

E. STEINER

-

74

Sunset Terrace

-

Cranston. R.I. -

15 Mather Avenue

PATRICIA ADELE

-

Road -

77 Cold Brook

Cranston, R.I.

ROBERT L. SIMMONS

-

-

44

LEE

STEINKE New

Rolling Acres Dnve 24

Algonquin

-

206

Anderson

99 East Avenue

Westerly, R.I. HOLLY W. STEPHENSON

-

-

Jersey.

South Kingstown. R.I. KATHERINE S. STERLING

ty Trail SIMPSON

Rumford, R.I,

Watchung.

ROBERT B. STENHOUSE. JR,

1998 West Main

-

Middletown. R.I.

ELIZABETH

SPIELVOGEL

Jamestown, R,l.

-

WILLIAM

-

-

CYNTHIA LOUISE SIMMONS

Road

PAUL

South Orange, N.J,

Warwick. R.I.

SANDRA DIANE SILVERMAN

-

-

1291 East Main

-

Portsmouth, R.I.

ALLMUTH W. STABENOW

-

Cumberland. R.I.

Cumberland. R.I.

JANET S. SACCOCCIA

Coventry. R.I.

17 Savoie Street

-

Lincoln. R.I.

Road

Pawtucket, R.I.

-

EUGENE Drive

JACK MICHAEL SILVER

Drive

Chepachet, R,l, JAMES DENNIS RYLANDS

Armington Street

95

-

ANN BRANDT SPONG

179 Kendall Boule

-

Cranston, R.I.

Providence, R,l,

RICHARD DANIEL RYDER

-

Ocean View Drive

-

-

DAVID

nue

FRANCES M. SIKONSKI

-

SPEAR

DIANNE ELAINE SPERLING

178 Ortoleva Drive

-

EDWARD LEO SHUNNEY

Stuart

REBECCA

110 Merntt Road

-

Kingstown, R.I.

North

Providence. R.I.

-

89 Greenfield

-

Pavrtucket, R.I.

Street

89 Imera Avenue

-

Providence, R,l,

-

-

Newell

322 State Street

-

EDWARD PHILLIP SOWA. JR.

338 Rocham

Place

SANDRA SHERMAN

135 Fourth Street

-

JONATHAN WHIPPLE ROSE

Street

ELIZABETH

Hill Road

Wyoming. R.I.

Road

-

Ridgewood. N.J.

Watertown, New York,

JOHN GEORGE ROMANOFF

30

-

Coventry. R.I.

-

ELIZABETH ANNE SOUSA

Road

WILLIAM B. SHANNON

235 North Indiana

-

1644 Broad Street

-

Cranston. R.I,

SHARON LEE SEVERIN

-

-

Bristol, R.I.

Oaklyn. NJ.

Providence, R.I.

Avenue

Court

WALTER W, SEPE

293 Prome

Peach

20 Elm Street

-

SORENSEN

ALAN

KENNETH

1195 Smith Street

-

Watch Hill, R.I.

Warwick, R,l, 69 Timberline Road JAMES MILLER ROGERS

CAROL M, SOLLITTO

25 Brooksite Drive

Bedford, N,H,

Cranston, R,l, ANDREA C, COOPER ROGERS

nade Avenue

-

High Street

Seekonk, Mass.

DAVID CHARLES SEAVEY

9 Rhodes Avenue

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125

-

Cranston. RI. -

Providence, R,l,

-

59 Sumner Ave

-

49 North Road

-

DOROTHY CORRINNE SNOW

205 West Hudson Ave

-

Smithtown. NY.

vard

33 Standard Ave

-

Cranston. R.I.

-

JAMES WILLIAM SMITH

-

N.J.

Englewood.

EILEEN MARIE SCULLY

Drowne

Alfred

Barnngton, R.I

BEVERLY ANN RODINSKY

-

26 Toppa Blvd.

-

ALFRED JOSEPH SCULCO

Virginia Lane

Providence, R I MARILYN

-

12

-

Bayberry Road

10

-

West Warwick. R.I.

-

IRA AUSTIN SMITH

Emeline

Providence, RI,

ANTHONY W. ROCCHIO, JR,

-

-

Wakefield, R.I.

JOSEPH LOUIS SCOTTO

282 Hamilton Street

-

Providence. R.I,

-

162

-

Riverside. R.I.

Natick. Mass.

Road

SCHLEIFER

RITA CATHLEEN SCORPIO

-

-

Dale. R.I.

GAIL

EDMUND C. SCIARRETTA

225 Providence

-

40 Locust Park

GEORGE BERTRAM SMITH

-

Providence. R.I,

LINDA RUTH ROBINSON

-

RFD 1 Box 143

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FREDERIC W. SCHWARTZ, JR, beau Avenue Providence, R,l,

Slatersville. R.I.

Street

Road

Kingston, R.I.

nue

CAROL TERESA SCHULZ -

South

-

COLVIN WHITNEY SMITH

-

283 South Main Street

-

PETER JOSEPH SCHULTZ -

LAWRENCE S. RITTENBERG

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Road

nue

MELVIN SCHRIEBERG nue

ROBERT FRANCIS RISIO

Pike

Hill

Providence, RI,

-

Vigilant

12

-

ELLEN STEVENS SMART

Lin

Newport. R.I.

SANDRA CHRISTINA RILEY

-

Bradford

-

WALTER J. SCHOLES. JR.

Middle

-

town. N.J.

way

BARBARA

264 Greenslitt Ave

-

34

Albany, N.Y. -

Canton, Conn.

Heights. Ohio.

SLADER

CHRISTINE B, SLONINA

Irvington

Albion Road

-

ANN MAE SCHEITHAUER

2751 Sherbrooke Road

JAMES EDWARD RILEY

-

15

-

Coventry, R,l. -

S,

SUZANNE

-

WILLIAM C. SCANLON

-

R.I.

MARCIA ANN RIGEL

Street

SARAPIN

Plainfield, Conn,

Providence. R.I.

-

ALLEN

ANN VANCE SAWIN

-

-

Cranston. R.I. Provi

-

Clifton. N.J.

-

ANTHONY ALBERT SIVO

-

coin, R,l,

SALVATORE M. PELLA

nue

Road

84 Enfield Street

-

JUDITH MILLS SAVIAGE

-

3 Mackenzie Road

-

Kingston, R.I,

DOUGLAS Place

Rumford. R.I. JUDITH ANNE PELCHAT Cumberland. R.I.

Shaker

Elmdale

-

dence. R.I 36 Pavillion Avenue

-

330 Columbia Ave

-

Warwick. R.I.

-

GERTRUDE E. SINCLAIR Waterford. Conn.

SALISBURY

L.

VAHE SAMOORIAN

-

R.I,

MARIAN RUTH PEIRCE

-

nue

North Scituate. RI

30 Upper

-

JOHN MAJOR SIMPSON

-

9 Columbia Ave

-

Warwick, R.I.

-

WILSON

815 Ocean Parkway

-

Brooklyn. N.Y, WARREN E. PECK

Coventry.

Canterbury Gate

PAMELA ANN SALISBURY

Provi

-

dence, R.I.

Kingston.

180

-

Lynbrook, NY,

DAVID PARK

-

STEVEN JOEL SAFT

Provi

-

dence. R.I.

Grant Avenue

-

-

-

3086 South Coun.

East Greenwich, R.I.

SUSAN V. FABAS STEWART

Pawtucket, R,l,

-

49 Grace Street


CARL DAVID STONE

26 Stone

-

Avenue

LEWIS IRA TREISTMAN

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Warwick, R.I. JUDITH

STONE

76 15th

-

Street

Road

ALAN

Avenue

STRAAYER

469

-

Ridgewood

Maplewood. N.J.

LINDA JOAN STUDLEY

Kingston, Reservoir Road

-

-

LEONARD J, STURMAK

301

-

Drive

Surrey

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18

-

Road

Westerly SUMMERS

Wappingers Falls.

26

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SUSAN ELLEN SWARTZ

Angell Street

BRONSON W, SWEENEY

134

-

Olney

North -

-

Wakefield, R.I,

-

ALBERT HARRIS TAUBMEN

59

-

Payton

-

106 Hornet Road

-

39 East Street

-

8 Eadiw Street

-

JANICE ESTHER TEST

679 South

-

Road

-

Wakefield, R,l, ROBERT G, TETREAULT

116

-

90

Sunny

-

5 Fairfield Road

-

-

RICHARD

TINSLEY

KAREN SEYMOUR TOOTELL

Kingston,

c/o

Beniamin

36 North Road

104

-

Box 476

-

Caroli

R.I. 503 49th Street,

-

24

-

Medway Street

9 Fenner Street

-

-

5 Richard Court

-

R,l,

MARILYN AHSLEY YELLE

Bellevue

CAROLYN YOUNG

388 Public Street

-

966 Broad Street

-

15 Davision Street

-

-

East

Greenwich, R.I. WATJEN

43 Miller

-

VALENTINE J, ZANOLLE

Street

Street 12

-

-

-

6

Lonng Dnve

-

-

Philadelphia 40,

WAYNE S, ZDANOWICZ

Evergreen Drive Lin

4511

-

North Uber

Pa, 18 Mathewson Street

-

Narragansett, R.I. JACQUELINE ANN ZEEK

Roselawn Avenue

-

-

Forestdale, R.I. -

Pear Tree Hill Farm

Road -

-

-

-

RUSSELL LEES WHITEHEAD

PAUL MASON WHITTAKER

-

-

23 Annie Street 15

Royal Avenue

East Providence. R.I.

83 Summit Street

Barrington.

11

-

Salisbury

R.I. -

27

Harvey Drive

Summit. N.J. -

226 Union Avenue

Clifton. NJ. JOYCE MARY ZINNO

-

88 Waite Street

dence 8, RI, SHERRY ANN ZUCKMAN Street

-

West

-

ZEILSTRA

STANLEY JOHN ZIEMSKI

97 Child Street

Warren, R.I,

EDWARD

JEAN MCGREEVY ZELTNER

24 Cromwell

Warwick, R,l,

RONALD R, WHITTEMORE

DAVID

-

Riverside 15. RI, -

Kenyon Point, Glen

-

Kingston,

BARBARA STRANG WRAGG

-

Pawtucket, R.I. -

RI.

SUSAN HOADLEY TRAVIS R.I.

-

Saunderstown. R.I.

-

Saunders

Providence, R,l,

MARTHA FOREMAN WHITE

Summit Avenue

WOODBURY West

-

64-41

-

Washington 19, D,C,

-

Coventry, WARE

PAUL WATERMAN WHELDEN

-

Green Hill. RI.

-

Cozy Lane

Warren, R,l,

Avenue

ROBERT FREEMAN TINGLEY

na.

46

-

Nokesville, Va,

Warwick. R.I. ARTHUR A. THOVMASIAN

Cranston. R.I.

Cottage

Park 74. N.Y,

Rego

-

WOLF

ROBERT M. WORSTER

6 Stevenson Place

-

Lynn, Mass,

HATTIE MAYE WELCH

Cove Drive

HAROLD

DIANA HALEY WORRELL

Bagley Street

coln, R,l, -

Lafayette

89

-

Cranston, R,l,

MARILYN A. WEAVILL

Northwood

Storrs, Conn,

EVELYN V. THORNTON

DAVID

93

-

Johnston 9, R.I.

THOMSON

1239

-

164 Tanner Avenue

-

JON STANTON WOODSON

Post Road

R.I,

RUSSELL

-

Providence 6, R.I.

SANDRA JEAN WATSON

60 Ferncrest Drive

-

Cumberland, R.I,

Sturges

1141

-

Central Falls. R I,

LYNN

-

Road

Sunnybrook

Warwick. R.I.

-

CHERYL C

Chapel Street

Providence 5, R I

R.I.

171

WOJCIECHOWSKI

MICHAEL

NE,

GERALDINE WASSERMAN

-

Paterson

-

Cape May. NJ

-

Rock Road

PRISCILLA RENDELL

-

94

-

WISEMAN

VINCENT T. WOJCIK

Street 253

-

Wakefield. R.I.

Newport.

WISE

Wanvick. R.I,

Kingstown, R.I,

Road

CAROLINE S, TENNANT

-

-

t.

STANLEY

Cumtjerland, R.I.

North Kingstown, R,l, RONALD EVERETT TEFFT

-

480 School Street

-

KATHLEEN ANN WARD

-

West Wannick, R,l,

Apts.

-

CAROLYN H. WANGAARD

Street

Providence, R.I, JANE FRANCES TEAGUE

JANET

22 Hovson Avenue

KATHLEEN ANN WALLACE

406 Sherman Road

-

ELLEN

North Kingstown, R.I, C. WOEHLCKE

-

Street -

BRIAN GEORGE WALLACE

86 Cowesett Ave

-

West Warwick, R,l,

ROBERT E, TABER, JR,

ALICE

-

-

Lincoln. RI.

HENRY DAVID SZYOLO, JR,

Thackeray Wadsworth

177

-

Providence. R.I.

ROBERTA

-

Klondike Road

JOHN ROBERT WALKER

5 Farrell Street

Cumberland, R.I,

Newport,

Poppy Drive

Street

NANCY DREW WAGNER

Avenue

Centredale, R.I, ANNETTE BARBARA SWIDER

-

Dnve 54

-

North Providence. R I.

R,l.

RALPH FORREST SWEET

-

R.I.

PETER WADDINGTON

108 Warner Street

-

WINNINGHAM

CORRINNE

-

Bradford, R.I.

Providence, R,l,

15

Fanwood. N.J. 23 Fairview Avenue

ROBERT M. VREDENBURG

-

216 Melrose

-

-

Providence 3, R,l.

-

-

DORIS

Metropolitan

Cranston. R.I. 395

-

62

-

Trafalgar

31 Dresden Street

-

WINN

ROSALYN

WARREN

-

Street

-

MARIA LIVERA VALLONE

Channingville

R.I.

-

Providence 7. R.I,

-

DOROTHY Street

5 Stubtoe Lane

-

Providence. R.I.

ROGER T. VALLIERE

1293 Hope Street

-

Bristol. R.I.

nue

Cliffside Park. NJ,

ROBERT STANLEY TYZBIR

31 Russell Avenue

-

Newport, R.I. PAUL DENNIS SULLIVAN

Newport,

Street 189 Summit Avenue

211

Spnngfield 9, Mass. HENRY WAINER WINKLEMAN

West

-

Sudbury, Mass.

PATRICK NOEL SULLIVAN

OWEN

Shore Road

-

-

NANCY MARLENE TRUK

Algonquin Drive

Warwick, R,l.

PAUL

MARGARET E. WINGARD

-

-

PAUL JOSEF TURINSKY

High Street

Apt.

-

East Greenwich. R.I.

East

6 Odonnell Road

-

JOHN HOSEPH TURANO

-

762 Atwells Ave

-

Providence, R.I.

JUDITH ANN SULLIVAN

-

R,l,

erIy, R.I

EDWARD JOHN SULLIVAN

Road

MEREDITH W. WILSON

-

Middletown, R.I,

New Rochelle, NY.

476

-

Central Falls. R.I. 24 Fortin Road

-

FRANK WILLIAM TRYON

Cov

Ma|or Potter Road

794

-

CHARLES DAVID WILK

57 Blaisdale

-

Pavrtucket. R.I.

BRUCE WALTER TRIPP

entry, R,l.

nue

CAROL ANN WICKES

-

East Greenwich, R.I.

CHARLES MUNRO TRIMBACH

-

Bangor. Maine. JAMES

2045 Broad Street

-

Cranston. R.I.

ELLYN

-

New

Hyde Park,

-

NY.

-

Provi

1047 North Seventh


The 1966 GRIST has involved the combined time and efforts of many

people. This is due mainly to produce a creative yearbook, as well as the necessity of training a competent staff. Many people have gone unmentioned for their efforts. This editor would like to take this opportunity to thank all of those who helped make this book a reality, especially Mr. John Duffek and Mr. Boris Bell. As in any endeavor some unfortunate things do occur. In particular it should be mentioned with regret that we were unable to identify people within pictures as had been explained in "A Report Concerning the our

attempt

to

1966 GRIST." This

came

about because of several

resignations due to academic pressures and marriages just prior to spring semester final examinations. In particular, the editor concerned with those sections involving identification was one of those who resigned. It was never possible to make up the time lost be cause of these happenings. The 1966 GRIST utilizes

a

News Gothic type

as

well

Times Roman Italic. The paper used is Warren Saxony 80 pound stock. Photography was primarily as a

accomplished with 35

mm cameras

with the

of the color work in which 4x5 and 2V4

x

exception

2'/4

cameras

used. The cover, end sheets, and all other art work were designed by staff members. were


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