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are

Beginnings! Beginn

the stuff of which life is made.

Without them, we'd all be lost. Where would endings be without beginnings?

perhaps there is "ending." Maybe beginnings looked Or

no

such animal

endings at

are

as an

just

from the other

side. In any case, beginnings have in fested our lives just as they have in fested this book. This whole book is based on begin nings. In fact this is the beginning, the beginning of some reflections on begin nings we are just beginning to miss as we begin a new phase of life.

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we

continue into

years the way

our

began,

we

as

college

sludenls.

We became students the very day that Student, we stepped onto this Earth The word carries

look

on

sider it dent is

so

much with it Some

it with respect while others con word of entrapment. But a stu

a

one

who

applies

their mental

to acquire knowledge. The knowledge l)egan wilh our birth and will end only al our death. We are born into the learning process The learning process has always

capabilities Ihirst for

been at

a

part of

college

our

have

the student,

ways, bul

magnified

more

than

ever

our

our

years

role

belore

as

College is where our role as a stu our primary concern. It was not mandatory for us to go on with our for

the-line

mal education but

lectures, and suffering

dent is

And

so we

all

confused

as

...

we

make

chose to.

began

the

freshmen

some sense out

same

here

trying

lo

of this world call

out of

the

living,

our

drunk at the Pub, locked sinking in the mire of

rooms,

Quadrangle, snoozing during mass at the thought of

another year of campus cuisine. The student on campus soon learned that an education was much

ed Academia. We found ourselves lost

more

in the

notes, or playing with the computer terminals. In education, Ihe learning pro extends cess way beyond any

in

jungle

the

of

pre-registration, angered never-ending lines

numerous

throughout the campus, broke in the money-hungry bookstore, and at the mercy of upperclassmen. We soon began to realize that the education and experience at this institu tion No.

were not

The

more

limited to the classroom.

learning

in store

found ourselves

probably

for

process had much us than that. We

totally independent

the first time in

our

for

lives. We

than

silting

in

classroom and tak

a

ing

classroom.

The

University of Rhode opportunity to

Island student has the

get involved in just about anything that interests them through one of the clubs or

organizations

where

a

student

on can

campus. This is learn some of the

important things there are to learn responsibility, respect towards others, and maybe most importantly, most

grow, on our own. We soon found ourselves involved, attracted to

self respect. One cannot sit down in a classroom and sign an actual contract,

the lure of Fraternity and Sorority antics, spellbound by the freedom of down-

or

began

to

put

will be

on a

show,

published.

or

write

an

article that

Involvement in Ihe other aspects of life together with academics

campus

provide

with

us

education that for. Oh yes,

we

we

the

Library, studying because lo realize why we came first

place. It

we

all

began

to URI in the

We were, after all, students.

was

beginning

to

look

as

if this

end, bul then Senior upon us and we had to to plan for new beginnings in the

ride would Year

well-rounded

find ourselves here

found ourselves in the

never

came

begin

outside world. This senior year began uneventful to last year, it was the calm AFTER the storm. The University

ly. Compared was

jusl beginning

publicity

the

press upon

mass

to shake off Ihe bad

media had

seem to

us.

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For

going

a

while it looked like

to make it.

had passed fights. Perhaps offered, perhaps

seemed like dle

,

.,

our

we

food

fine food

we were

it

By early November,

first hur

il

was

Ihe

it

was

the

realization of how wasteful it all was come All Hallow's ,

,

.

whatever the reason, Eve the

dining halls

were

quiet.

campus administration was and it appeared that Referendum would finally gain passage. But

The

proud

#6 Referendum #6 failed and two weeks

later, in mid-November, chaos erupted! Call it the snowball effect, a release of emotions, or whatever you like, but Ll, Brian

Cummings of the Campus Police never seen anything

said it best, "I've like it in my life."

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An estimated 500 students stormed

the campus police station and bom barded it with snowballs, breaking win dows and

damaging a police cruiser. damages were miniscule when compared to Ihe damage done to the University's already wounded reputa tion. The situation didn't improve much when an investigation of the Athletic Department alleged scholarship misuses and a lack of accountability. These

A week before the findings of this investigation were released, Maurice Zarchen, who had given 19 years of ser vice to the University and had built one of the most respected athletic programs in the northeast, resigned his position as Director of Athletics,

Since

then,

have

things

settled

down. The

University has returned to usual, worrying aboul budget problems and program cuts. For business

as

URI, it's the never

usual

same

old

beginning

that

ends.

But

upon us. The mixed emotions flowed. Some

graduation

came

graduates wanting to leave, others never wanting lo depart but rather wanting to stay just a few more years.

throughout our years here we have probably acquired the most important bit of knowledge; we have found

But

ourselves,

true

our

mold ourselves

primary

or

education have

do with il? That is

Did

identity.

we

did this institution of

only

for

something us

to

to

know.

emerge from the gates to continue on, always the student. Never Bul

will

we

tion of

we

end

our "studying," our acquisi knowledge. If we were to do

that then

very

we

may

as

well

flag and surrender spirit.

white

pull

our

up the

souls,

our

This book will attempt to highlight the stu center of this University, without

dent, the very whom the exist.

University of Rhode Island Through these pages we might

recall who

we

Maybe Ihe

true

student

will

are

and

how

importance

come

forth

we

would not be able to

got there.

of the role of the

from

these

pages.

Maybe not. The following pages are the student, just as Ihe students make the following pages.

But the

learning process

must be

on our

continues and

way. As Churchill

once

we

said,

"This is not the end, it is not even the beginn ing of the end, bul it is perhaps the end of the

beginning," So now as we end a very long hopefully very happy step of our lives, the first step of growing up, we realize it's time for a new beginning that is just about to

and

start.

Table of Contents The Student as. a a a

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fronted

space, reserved specifically for him. For the student, Ihis is his home. He'll

and

here

new

study here, sleep here, relax a

million

other

things.

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provides

creativity and other items. His first objective is usually to hide the walls, be it with paint, corkboard, or various posters. the

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the

men

prefer centerfolds,

go for pictures of Some mask their walls

ladies

animals.

photographs, The

artwork

more

or

while cute

with

movie posters.

practical designer just

on a calender, a memo board, his schedule, and maybe a dining menu.

slaps

The

more

artistic

brush in hand and

paints

student a

takes

masterpiece

master upon the wall. Most of these pieces resemble album covers. But so

often

one

man's

masterpiece

is another

eyesore, and the painting is buried under three coals of blaise man's

yellow.

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easily accomplished by

a

rug. Since not too many people notice ceilings, one would expect them to be left alone. Not always true!

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and the most prevalent is the spider plant. This plant is usually found suspended in midair from hooks in the ceiling. Others have their plants sitting on desk and bureaus, and for those bigger plants, it's the floor.

They

come

in

all

variety

shapes and sizes, but only one color-green! Some are legal some

confiscated

are

and

impounded. Some students decide to create more space by opting for bunk beds.

Then

they fill

Panasonics,

in

and

the

space with various other

stereos. Which in turn fill the room

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It happens every fall. One tall Satur day morning in October hundreds of females hold hands and form a giant cir cle. So begins Creek Life for so many girls, as they enter their first day as a Pledge. Prospective Fraternity members find themselves sitting inside Edwards Auditorium, holding an envelope, an ticipating the sprint to their future Fraternity House, With this sprint they start

Iheir life

as

a

part of the Greek

system. Greek Life and Greek so

lifestyles

different and apart from other

are

cam

pus lifestyles. Fraternity and Sorority life is filled with tradition, cooperation, and a

sense

people

of real involvement. Different enter this

reasons, be it

of scenery

lifestyle

for dfiferent

academic, social,

or new

a

change

opportunities.

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The Greek community is a unique study in working together and cooperation. Houses often get together for Greek Happy hours that alternate between

different

Fraternities.

Greek

Week is the

high point of the year when different houses are paired up and then compete against other groupings. These events plus all the fundraisers, parties, and the athletic competition is an intricate part of the Creek system. Being a member of a Fraternity often

Sorority sense

gives

the Greek

of Brotherhood

indescribable one's house.

pride

or

a

or a

strong

Sisterhood. An

comes

about

for

Everybody claims that their One" and they

house

is

"Number

usually

believe it. The Greek system is

strong and very alive at the University of Rhode Island. This form of

very

on campus attracts hundreds of new students every fall and spring semester, and will continue to do so in future

life

years. Greek life at U.R.l. is strong and flourishing and makes up an important part of all campus life.

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man

shudders

as

he wakes, in

stantly becoming aware of the intense cold penetrating everywhere. He sticks his hand created

from the

out

warm

cocoon

by his many blankets. The chill stilling his blood.

of the air

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tion, for he

now

must

the main considera

get up and speed

to

the

only source of warmth. He springs up, instantly breaking into a dead run. Turning the valve he knows he has made it

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This of from

a

course is not an excerpt jack London novel, but rather

the start of the Line."

an

average

morning

"Down

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Coldness, Ihe high cost of energy, high cost of food, the high cost of everything! was the down-the-liners fate, Down the line living can most aptly the

be described

great adventure Bul

as a

all great adventurers need recreation. Some of Ihe better down the line games are things like "guess the meal," or

dhbbly slop my housemate just plopped down in front of me. What what's this

about "Gas tank suicide: how far below

really go?" Then always "Pack'em in party," or

'E' does that needle

there's

how many drunk ing room hold?

people

Life off campus

was

does your liv not

always

fun

pay bills without rubbehzing your checkliook was nol task. Ihe easiest Getting to an eight o'clock class on lime could be and games.

devastating sometimes,

Wednesday Point."

Trying

as

to

well

as

especially after night session

impossible a typical at

"The

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The coldness, the prices, all the hassles seemed to melt away with the warm weather, A walk

coming of the

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the beach on a fresh spring day could make you forget about the $100 you still owe for the oil. The warmth and beauty of both the spring and fall seasons made off campus life picturesque, but this was on

strongest point of the argument away from the campus. There certain feeling of independence that one gels from living down the line. You couldn't go home to your house and expect dinner on the table, that was something you had to lake care of not Ihe

for

living

was a

This feeling of independence why of down the line living. The feeling of driving away from cam pus after having the ultimate ag gravating day could not be beat.

yourself. was

the

The 1980-1981 year may not have been the besl for off campus living; a cold winter with heating oil costing twice

as

much

as

five years earlier But

good times were there the great feelings the great experiences Living the

Down

trading

Ihe Line for anything

was

not

worth

by lay Hart

^SOAPTIME" "Do you believe that Laura!" "Alan and Susan are

fair."

"Rick

and

Leslie

Luke

raped

having might get

an

af

might

be astonished after

this conversation, but a soap opera fan knows exactly what is being discussed. In

fact, it is very conversation

campus. The chimes

the

crucial

point

in the

or even

show,

screams

applause can

of

be heard.

operas have become a favorite of students here at

Soap

past-time

hearing

of

a

back

together!" An outsider

At

excitement

common

while

to hear this

walking

type

around

U.R.l. Students have been known to

ar

range their schedules around the "soaps." Soap opera time has become a social hour for students to

forget

and take time out to

their see

busy schedules what is going to

their favorite characters or just happen simply watch someone else's problems for to

high a-top

Davis Hall strike

hour of three o'clock

time

for

Hospital! Students are seen hurrying across the quad to the Memorial LInion in order to get a good seat in the o T.V. lounge. In the dorms, as well as in both the

awhile.

General

Sororities AND Fraternities, televisions in every room are turned to the same channel

Will Luke and Laura Will

Bobbie

blossom

Robert

and

into true

ever

Noah's love?

be

together? relationship

Whose

ever

side is

on? Will Diana's real be discovered? All we can

Scorpio really

murderer

do is tune in tomorrow to find out.

TRADITIONS

PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE Traditions. You know the The same time every year you do the same thing you did the year before. Well, U.R.l, cer tainly has its share of great tradi tions, but the 1980-8 I year saw the death of many of the finer traditions and the start of some others. Some things of course never change. Phi Psi still bounces basketballs to the Civic View Inn. Theta Chi still makes its annual human sacrifice. The football team still plays losing ball, and the Rolling Stones still haven't played for spring weekend. As always at finals time, peo ple's thoughts drift to the 8th floor of Chafee and a possible quick trip down. If not, taking the other option of walking over to the quad at noontime for a little relief may be considered. Looking back on the past year, we can see changes in the traditions that we thought were set in stone. The Pub's Happy Hour, where singles mingle, became a shadow of its original boisterous self. Thanks to the in

things.

in the drinking age, the partying atmosphere associated with U.R.l. soon dissipated. Other victims besides the Pub's Happy Hour were both hall and block crease

parties. To hold

a

block party

now

rings of snow fenc ing, attack dogs, and a S.W.A.T. team. O.R.L. simply outlawed kegs from the dorms, and re quired that parties be registered requires

one

two

year clearance

in advance after from Governor

Carrahy. The most notable victims of O.R.L.'s stringent policies was Vin cent T. Doo-Dah Day, The big bash on the last day of classes was first slated to go without alcohol, and then not at all. A great U.R.l. tradition bit the dust. A great culinary tradition also faded away this year. Costas Papadopolos, known by most as the owner of the Greeks, sold his infamous campus pizzaria. No longer could the fine Italian cuisine be savered by members of the campus community. Costas' mid night deliveries became a thing of

the past. Thank God! A question still arises as to the whereabouts of the old lady. New traditions have started to take the place of the ones that have fallen by the wayside. The saga of Luke and Laura and the whole General Hospital gang is seen by a cast of thousands in the Union T.V. lounge. The T.V. lounge is also the place where one can find the Thursday After noon Coffee Hour, that gained such popularity this past year. A new tradition is born. You could go on forever about the traditions of this place we call U.R.l. The agony of registration, Greek Week, Derby Week, URI-PC basketball. The Point on Wednesday, Schillers Tuesday, Willows Friday Traditions, like life, change. Sometimes slowly, though often .

.

.

You can only ap the ones that have and enjoy the ones you

suddenly. preciate

passed have

now.

By lay Han

Every needs

once

some

in

awhile, the student

""R and R," After

hours of classes,

some

nearly

8

form of relaxa

tion is well deserved.

They usually find corner

colored

lights and strange

darkened

Brightly

sonic shneks

eminate from the open doors. Students huddle, en masse, around the

mechanized toy. The bells and buzzer cry out in hunger for coinage, while the whirling, cast

a

mesmerizing

eye

upon the patrons. Coins

challenge

are

it's

a

than

study

an

extracurricular

activity

in itself,

Pinballs

usually divided into two areas the original and the electronic. The original pinball machine uses a group of metal spheres, which are launched into the playing area by the are

-

it in a

of the Memorial Union,

flashing lights

more

digested

and

the

is on!

For many UR! students,

pinball

is

patron. Once in the playing field, the ball expends kinetic energy by bouncing off bumpers and flippers, activating funnysounding point-counters as it goes along its merry way. But those old relics of the past have been pushed aside to make way for the

electronic games. These are much

With

play.

one

of these

technological

marvels, one can take to the football field, be chased through a maze by an droids, or take on an alien invasion force. The sight and sounds are much more interesting. They depict alien squadrons, shooting gallery objects, and bouncing, gobbling menaces. They engulf your auditory senses with sounds of laser fire, human

bomb bursts and

even

speech. popular

of these games is Invaders, For two bits, an earth-

The most

Space

bound student

can

take

arms

against

a

troop of advancing aliens; but watch more

exciting

to

out

,

,

,

these little

buggers

shoot!

? vm

money! get

the

in

"Were

We're in the

money!

We got

a

lot of what il takes to

along!"

more,

or

who should be

giving

more.

This year, in-state students will be paying a 10o increase in tuition, while the out-of-stater bears the burden of

"Brother,

can

you spare

a

a

Speech Pathology

program. These programs and many others prospect of being cut, because funds cannot be found to purchase suf face the

20"> increase.

dime?"

Science program, the Department of Business Education, or the Graduate

Over the last 4 years, tuition has in

creased 38"d for Rl residents and 87",,

ficient

since left the

for students from outside Rl.

quate faculty.

institution.

For this 4 year period, Ihe state's contribution has been between 26 4 to

The times of

prosperity

have

long

University of Rhode Island, leaving behind a financially-hungering knows inflation is

Everyone

ing no

spiral

up and money is tight all over. But one knows it better than the ad

ministrators, faculty and students

at URI,

Almost every problem is somehow connected lo

on

campus

our

current

budget

After all, money makes

woes.

the woHd go round. Money for the

from

three

students,

university

primary

areas

and

the state,

the

Ihe form of

gifts

or

and

However, the

comes

state

question

URI is

Besides financial

sity needs belief. state

come

from

giving

no

backing,

a

wonder univer

programs that well. not

sources

Belief

comes

from the students. But on

only belief,

il

pockets

have been

depleted. If axe

only faith could stop the budget cutting off the Atmospheric

from

cut

-

its the statf

as

to pay his worth. However, all have been depleted. Students rallied around this cause, and held a mock funeral for Grando, The spirit was there as the students

for their state school. URI cannot survive

are

Master-mime Michael Crando may be with us unless funds can be

found

needs money. And while Ihe students can supply an endless amount of belief

support and ade

and Student Senate

seem to be of little help in stopping the consequences of the budget crunch. And it's not only the

The meager amount of

support Ihe university gets shows

or

petitions

resolutions

the lack of faith Rhode Islanders have

approphations. is who is

Wilh such low

suffering.

and faith in URI, the

donations.

The bulk of the funds students

the

alumni.

budget.

support from its home state,

comes -

Money from the alumni usually in

38';;, of URI's

equipment

All Ihe

plans for a fundraiser for Grando, plans fell apart due lo the lac k of time for preparalion. Already many staff members have left; many of them from high positions;

made

bul the

Ron

Snyder;

former director of Person

nel, lack Shay, former Vice Presidenl of Student Affairs; and Stan Bernstein, of the now-defunct News and information Services, Some of them left because they They saw Ihe University trying

lost faith. to

regain

a

lost past, when URI

was

expanding, past, and Ihe University has expanded past its limits. Bul those times

While

are

attempting lo develop many pro please all, il finds itself pleasing

grams to none.

URI has to admit to the the situation and make

reality

of

difficult

some

decisions, URI President Frank Newman said it best: 'We have to slop trying lo do everything- We have to make Ihe that's University function effectively -

the heart of it

"

Bul where

between

can

quality

the line be drawn

education and

cient scholastic diversification?

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We entered the Hallowed Halls of

of the

tjuilding

Kingston's as registration. It seemed like the University's answer to throwing the

even

see

the lions, except here the being thrown to the

How

Academics

only own

Christian's students

to

be

to

thrown

into

Circus Maximus, known

such

to drop-add slips, myriad registration booklets and overhead pro jectors telling of closed-out classes. The lines were everywhere. The

lines,

of

has

the guy at the door,", "I'm sorry but last open person that just left took the on the waiting list. "I can you put ing.",

promise anything", "Quick,

need' a really easy class

to

The poor students

on

i

get my fifteen

credits, what's Music 101 like?" The sounds are always the the floors

after

can anyone sub)ect the student experiences. Registration day could be staged

ever

through

cnes

but 1 can't

you couldn't course

to

as

the social event of the semester. If there

rang out, "I've been here for three hours and I still haven't gotten one class," "Oh, I snuck in early, I knew the

usual

long that

another closing out in front of your eyes. The people cutting in front of you.

were a

so

the end. One

same.

looking

never

stand would

student who has gone four years of college and has been

a

had to go to registration, Iel them up and be counted, for Ihal be

Everyone

a

seems

rare

student

to be

indeed.

there. And thai

may be the only thing Ihat makes the frustrations and long lines bearable. The

thought of knowing that you will run in to the long lost fnends of the previous semester, may be the only saving grace of registration day, U K 1,'s own arena

one As knows, everyone to college. associates the word "Fad "

and there is have

a

new

fad that

seems

to

swept the University this past

year. This fad is the fine art of sleeping, "SLEEPINC'" you ask. Yes, but nol your

sleeping. This form of sleep is develops the studying senses Everywhere students can be seen deep

average one that in

reverie

with

textbooks

strewn

all

us

habit

that

this form of

said to have been lost, but il this art has been rediscovered

was

seems

and

developed by

just

a

Students tell

fad, but

idea is lo

as

as

that it is

and

to

more

than

study. The

preferably as possible, begin reading

comfortable

possible

URI. students.

us

a

great way take a textbook,

uninteresting in

around their bodies.

Legend tells

was developed many years ago by a group of Tibetan Monks high in the Himalayas, The secret of their nocturnal

sleep

soon

an

environment

the student is in

as

deep

sleep

The whole

theory

behind this is

that the information and these books should

knowledge in simply jump to the

person closest to the books, if that per is on the same wavelength as the

son

material, and that wavelength can only be achieved through sleep, Yeh, right! Sounds pretty good, doesn't it? It hasn't been confirmed yet if these methods

really work, bul it must be worth a try They say it really doesn't hurt lo study.

Your you into curse

roommate's

reality.

the

alarm

crashes

Under your breath you existence and roll

clock's

In your semi-awake state, the bed spinning in one direction, your

over.

is

stomach in another, and your head in third.

a

"Oh why, why," you say lo yourself, Bul memories of the previous night at Ihe Bonnet Lounge with the freshman from New lersey assure you it

suicide.

That

luscious

have been worth was

Ihe

razor

at

one

freshman

don't

night,

everything

may but she

the throat of your

grade poinl

average. "Good luck, my boy, you're gonna need it," your roommate says as he goes to the shower. Then you decide to face up to your fate. You throw on a towel and take a

soaring.

You wash

as

then

bathrobe he says to you, "Are you ready for that Evolution of Protozoidal

Waiting in line you consider making up a bogus excuse and getting out of the midterm but your conscience injects you with morality and you figure you'll

today?" resounding "NO!" explodes in your mass of tangled, alcohol-twisted neurons. Nol an answer lo his question, but rather it is an outcry against life. Your bloodshot mind's eye peers abyss of academic

down inlo the black

for

possible

lest

Johnson

When you emerge from the bathroom, the time says you've got five minutes lo make it to BSC. You throw

together

your notes and hustle.

Helens,

your blood pressure

You hear your roommate shuffle room. In his thrift shop

A

notes

you have to pull a Nehemiah imitation to Ihe bathroom.

questions,

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all worth it.

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shower, all the while praying for sobrie ty. Anxiety and Ihe black abyss sends

about in the

was

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in

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Ihrough season

outset,

they

in

were

point guard

the team's floor

Craves

Craves, the 5-

season

the WRams' well

rebounder,

as

the WRams

together

Ihe

Mass,

season

1,000 point

whose

in the basketball Hall of

Fame for her heroics in

in

junior forward

1 1

Williamsburg,

was

as

high school, had for the WRams.

leading scorer and Ihe glue that kept the court. Early

on

Craves

career

Chris Dinoto ended

was

ed well with WRam floor leader Naomi

She

captain

The

Syracuse University, Dick, who owns points in a season (523) and field goal percentage in a season (48";,), scored over 1000 points in her two years at Kingston and team

another banner

Senior

the loss

hampered by

URI records for most

are

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fered down

J

surpassed scoring mark.

the

her

career

other

by going

experienced starter.

The

other

three

freshmen who with

1,000 points. Westerly, Rl., general and only

over

from

a

sterling

Roche,

center

starters

future.

were

the WRams

provided

Guard

Helene

Laurie

Roher

and

swingman Carol Smilh were all main in gredients to Ihe WRam attack, sending shivers down head coach Nancy Langham's spine when she thought about

them

and

her

team's

ded

future.

Hogan, another freshmen, depth wilh her play at guard.

Maureen

ad

Cuard Dawn Clark, center Mary Beehan and guard Beth Phelps along with Dinoto

are

graduating

seniors who

will be missed, but the WRam's next few years look more promising than last

year's

12-14 team.

Rhody one

time

unfortunaie

around

as

of the

the were

the

Langham a

was

they were nol chosen as eight teams to take part in Eastern Regional Playoffs They

playoff

ninth

was

ranked

problem

team

and

told that her team still had

chance to make the with the

playoffs

eighth

due to

a

seeded team.

But, Ihat opportunity never materialized and the WRams were held in suspense for

naught. But where the

and

shining,

the

past

not sparkly certainly is,

was

future

Roche, Roher, Smith and Hogan repre sent a top recruiting year for Langham,

recruiting year will pro pel the WRams to the top of the eastern rankings for next season.

Another banner

The Ram basketball team had

a

strumental in the Rams'

the

success on

very up and down season in 1980-81, The season started off with a victory

court.

against Stonehill, but Ram head coach Jack Kraft suffered a mild heart attack

Horace

and

did junior Roland Houston, Freshman Kevin Compton gave the Rams their

the

was

lost to the Rams for the rest of

season.

English took Rams to

a

Associate over

coach

Claude

for Kraft and led the

21-8 overall record and

a

first

finish in the Eastern Eight Con ference in the team's first year in the

place

conference. For the Rams, it

which

was

a

season

nobody expected them

to

in

Marc

and

Sophomores Upshaw "Pappy" Owens proved to key performers in Ihe Ram season,

be as

best

play at point guard since the days liggy Williamson, junior guard Kevin Whiting added bench strength to the of

Ram attack,

as

did forward Gilson De-

lesus, who quit the team at midseason due to lack of playing time.

be

The absence of Delesus proved to problem for thi Rams, as their im

serious contenders for the conference

be

title, but with their tough defense and clutch offense, they opened a lot of and Phil

pressive 17-3 record quickly became less impressive, Delesus was the first and only expenenced big man coming

the

off the bench. Without him, the Rams

eyes.

Kydd floor,

Co-captains Jimmy Wright were

but

the Ram leaders

several

players

on

were

in

a

weren't

nearly

as

deep.

that

And when Delesus left, it seemed everything started to crumble. In

juries started hurting the Rams

at

this

time, with Houston and Upshaw sitting out a

few games. with their poor

Even

Rams still had

English

was

an

finish, the

outstanding

season,

named co-coach of the year Eight while Wright was

in the Eastern

named to the All-Eastern and Owens landed

a

Eight

berth

first team

on

the

se

cond team. The

playoffs

ended

disaster for the Rams, crushed

by Pittsburgh

as

in

being a they were

up

the Eastern

Eight playoffs. Then, after being skipped over by the NCAA selection committee, the Rams were invited to play in the Na tional Invitation Tournament, only to be pounded by Purdue in the first round. Overall, it was an outstanding season for the Rams, considering they were expected to win only 15 games. If Kraft and English can land a few big players during the off season, look for the Rams to have a bright future in Kingston,

Call it what you want turned

ed

thing.

-

a

dream

nightmare:

sour.

a super season turn It all boils down to Ihe same

After

getting off history

to the best start

in the team's

eleven wins

eleven games

off the field

problems

decimated the Rams. A

tournament

pre-season Brown served notice lo New fans that Ihis year's Ram

win

.\\

England squad was a

force lo be reckoned with. Midfielder

lose Rico

was

ruled

ing the regular season rumors to

y D

O > 1LU

(J

eligible

season

to play despite

the contrary.

dur pre

ready

to

lead

and

Mecurio

Co-Captains Lenny Murphy looked

in

Kevin

the team.

top

form,

Things

ap

rosy indeed for Rhody, After an easy 5-0 win over Eastern Connecticul State College, the Rams

peared

stumbled Conn,,

to

victories

over

and

Stanford

Southern

Providence.

Despite not playing particularly well, URI the sign of a good did enough lo win -

until URI blew Brown out 6-1 that the team started to put it all leam. It wasn't

together.

ed

From that point on the team look unstoppable, winning its next six Along the way, Rhody climb

contests.

ed to the number two rank in New

England,

and the number six

position in highest scorer ever, McCruddens' topped Danny career scoring mark with 52 goals, for 74 points. The team began to look to the season's ending match-up with Con the nation. As their Mecurio

necticut

higher

as

in the

a

chance

to

move

even

rankings.

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Then it

Some of the

happened.

Rams, it was revealed, had been playing in another league during the season an

illegal

move

according

to the NCAA.

Mecurio and forward Dominic were

the first to go, followed

Longano shortly by

midfielder Vin McCrudden, Loss

of

the

players proved

too

much for the Rams, who went 1-3-1 the rest of the way, finishing up out of the

rankings.

Playoff

hopes

never

materialized, and many of the remaining felt cheated.

players blems though,

Despite all the pro all the Rams know that

the 1980 team

was one

ever

put together. And

of the classiest

no one can

take

that away, bv Peter C

Boggs

The URI men's swim team, with a placed 7th out of 26 teams

records. The team

was

led

Susan

by

3-4 season,

lames, who broke 8 records, and Gwen

the New

Humphrey, who holds all four records in diving. Sue was sent to Nationals for Ihe 400im and the 1650 free style, and

at

England Championship. Ray prestigious given by the NEISA, the Robert B.

Palmer received the most award

Muir award. This award is

also sent for

and three

given each

Gwen

year to the senior who has accumulated

meter

time in

the most

points in his four years al the England Championships, An outstanding swimmer throughout the year was freshman John

URI

sent to

New

Nationals,

Taffe, who broke

coach Michael Westkott and the assis

records

in

the

two of Ihe six school

100

and

200

breast

stroke.

Also outstanding were Greg Sundberg, who set a record in the 1650 free style, and Gary Lipson, who set a new high in three meter diving. The women's team closed with 4-5

season,

and

shattered

14

was

Both

each

one

diving. This was the first history that women were teams

other

worked

under

the

close

with

leadership

of

Jeffrey Rosen, The teams trained for ten days al the International Hall of Fame in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and tant

coach

sponsored

for

"Swiminar IV,"

a

the second year national swim clinic.

a

school

by

Barbara Teller

o

Q

f

When

one

18 fumble

the record setters with eight career interceptions tying the previous mark. The season as a whole produced fine many performances. Several players proved they can be counted on in key situations to come thru. The Rams also had quite a bit of depth at each position. Offensively the Rams were led by quarterback Terry Lynch. The buriy

offensive battle with

Cumberland native led Rhode Island in

looks at

see

the

a

season as

team

a

with

losses, they usually

two wins and nine

very

disappointing

Well, the 1980 University of Rhode

one.

Island football team went 2-9 but had many positive results as well. Several Ram milestones

the

passed throughout

the Rams caused

sively

novers, 19

the

Uconn, which ed in

a

was

a

an

scored

Rams

the most

sur

Defen

record 37 tur

interceptions and

recoveries. In

were

season.

points

30

ever

points record

losing effort. a few per also achieved. A

On the individual side

sonal milestones record 699

were

career

rushing attempts

was

out

scoring wilh four touchdowns and two conversions for 28 points. He also threw for 1,193 yards and seven touchdowns. In the

top

rushing department the Rams was the hefty little junior

runner

set by Leroy Shaw from 1977-1980, He was also the only runner in Ram history

scatback Ion Rodgers. Rodgers led all rushers with 643 yards on 137 attempts.

each of three

He also scored two touchdowns and

to net

over

700

yards

set years. In addition, Shaw had record ting statistics of 2,756 yards rushing and 3,045 yards total offense throughout his

boasted

Other personal year career. records were as follows, Steve Caizzi had the longest punt in Ram history

runner

four

which traveled 74

yards againsl

The most tackles made in 147

bitt

was now

set

by Chip

one

Umass. season

Forte, Chadie Bab

holds the most

career

quarter-

tMck sacks with 21, Eli Wallace rounds

a

4,5

The second

Leroy 535

had

was

yards. a

yards

yard average per carry. leading rusher in 1980 was flashy racehorse type righl behind Rodgers with

Shaw, The

Fullback Steve Caizzi also

fine year rushing. He ran for 140 but had an impressive 4.4 yards

per carry average. All in all, the Rams combined for 1,990 yards rushing on the

season.

passing department the very respectable. Once again Terry Lynch led the team. He for 1,193 yards and seven passed touchdowns, while completing 46 per the

In

Rams

were

cent of all his aerial

tributing transfer

threw

strikes. Also

to the passing quarterback Dave

265

for

while

touchdown

con

game was Grimsich, He

yards and alternating

one

with

Lynch. On the the

Rams

talent. Six more.

end of the passes, well endowed with

receiving were

players caught

Senior

10 passes or led the

Holden

Bob

talented group with 22 catches for 339 yards and 3 touchdowns, lunior lohn Tolento really came into his own this

past

season

with 16 catches for 310

yards and two touchdowns. A big sur prise to URI fans was the performance of the speedy little sophomore receiver T. ). DelSanto. He caught 11 passes for 269 yards and one touchdown. In addi tion, DelSanto had

yard

a

Defensively the 1980 Rams had players forming their "Iron Cur Chip Forte, the fierce hitting

several tain."

senior linebacker

was

the heart of the

Ram defense. He led Ihe team in tackles

with 85

primary

Helping

out

and 62 assisted

Forte

18 assisted tackles

adept

also

Talbot

ones.

defensive end

was

Dennis Talbot. He had 45 on

had

primary

and

the year. The four fumble

recoveries, three pass breakups and two interceptions. The resl of the defense

was

rounded out

performances. Rinaldi,

Tony

Mark

by

many fine

Cruise,

lohnson,

Eli

Barney Wallace,

Tony Romaniello all good defensive year.

Chariie Babbitt and of which had

a

The 1980 season had its ups and downs but Bob Griffin's Rams will be back, Wilh the hard working letterman and many experienced underclassmen, the Rams will be the team to beat in 1981.

remarkable 24,5

average per catch.

by Ray DeFrancesco

Ram Band," directed by Pollart, with graduate assistant Bill the URI's top notch marching is Doyle, band. Boasting 120 spirited musicians, "That

Gene

an

tes,

upbeat

dance

world

our

squad champion

the Ramet

-

baton twirler

Holly Morin, and the upcoming squad, the band entertains at home football games and nearby rivalries, -

Wilh the arrival of the Basketball season,

thirty-five

enthusiastic members

close-knit group appropriately named "The Pep Band," They played at form

the

a

Ram

home

Center and at away team

games to

playoffs.

games

at

and

Pittsburgh

the Civic well

as at

accompanying

the

Keaney Gym,

as

for the Eastern 8

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had

team

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sextet

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leadership

and

will be missed.

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year's

squad

will

of

captain

are

year

insure

good

forwards

Bob

Mcleod, Dave Reilly, Bill Low, Phil Utter

season.

Carellas, and forwards Dave Kloza and Chris

return

and Steve Jensen, This trio accounted for many of Ihe Ram goals this season.

and

winning who

seniors

the team

to

the

Micky McCabe, and wingers Rick Orton

and off the ice

player-coach on

the team to its

highlighted by

be

and defenseman Frank Coach

Giampietro. McCarthy feels that these

players along

with

Bourgery

an

are

form yet another for Ram hockey.

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been

also mainstays of the team. Providence College,

were

and the

Having lost the majority of graduation, most of the rugby club would have

satisfied with

a

,500 record. Gone

all the superstars that had made one of the top clubs in the east.

Rhody

Those who took

themselves

their place did proud, however, winning

six of ten games. Three of those wins came while winning the first tournament ever

held

at URI

-

a

highlight

of the

While

players

on

there

were

no

individual

the team that could break

a

game open, the squad did play well as a unit. Players such as co-captains Bob

Campbell consistent

Dwyer,

and Howie Allen

were very the year, Mike Crawford, Bob

throughout Cameron

Gilmore, Dave Souzar, Chris O'Neill,

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Kemp,

Aquidnick City

Holy

Club

were

Cross

were

the

victims at the URI lourney. The three wins put the Ram ruggers over the .500

mark for the

season.

Unfortunately,

that

same

luck did

carry over into the New York Sevens tournament, a tourney the Rams not

always

seem

lo do

well in.

Rhody

lost in

Ihe second round to the eventual tour

season.

(-0

and lohn Sullivan

the A

team to

nament

champions.

The club should continue eastern

power,

as

players

as

an

from the B

up lo the A squad. The Killer Bees had a very successful and C team

campaign,

move

led

by Chris Conti, Mike

Lenoce and lohn Carlone.

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problem and they

for them in the 1981

right. only a

campaign

three

game

state

playoff tournament left, the Rams had compiled a 12-17 record last season. A little short of expectations but still a very respectable showing. 1981 marked the first

season

for the

Rams in the Eastern 8. The Rams had

high hopes for going to the league playoffs, but they found themselves in the same division as two tough foes, Rutgers and UMass. URI ended up with a

At that

3-5 record in the Eastern 8.

URI got off to a slow start, winning only three games in their first eleven outings. Generating a potent attack was the Rams' problem in one stretch in which they lost five straight, includinggetting shut out in a doubleheader with

point,

URI started

playing the they

kind of baseball everyone knew were capable of playing. The Rams four in

were

With

Connecticut.

a row

eight. by doubleheader New

Hampshire.

downhill

won

and six out of Iheir next

Those six wins

were

highlighted

sweeps of UMass and URI then went a little

again, winning only

three of

their next nine. the Rams had several

Individually players who had outstanding seasons. Topping Ihe list was Tom Healy who ended a brilliant career at URI by batting

360. He also had 4 homeruns, 17

over runs

batted in and 5 stolen bases. Other

individual standouts included Ted

Haley

who batted .324 and Ron Barber who

had

a

3-1 record with

a

Coach Norris is

2.59 ERA.

optimistic

about

next

year's squad, which will boast

good

deal of seasoned

players.

a

I

^

almost winning they got just playing soccer. Ex haustive practices, road trips, an eleven-game schedule and hand-medown uniforms didn't dampen the

Although

season

it

was an

for theWRams Booters,

their kicks out of

spirits

of the WRams, Lack of money,

balls, and road maps didn't inhibit the team from

a

great

season.

From

corner

kicks, astroturf, and learning how

to

passing, trapping, drib scoring, the WRams covered

head the ball to

bling,

and

They took to the field with that Rhody spirit and always came out win ners. The team graduating seniors were Langerthal, Libby Cote and Carol Pringle. The team has returning coach it all.

Eric Adler and assistant coach lohn Hall to thank for all they learned this season.

y

After a disappointing season of cancelled games and hard-fought losses in 1980, this year's Men's Lacrosse Club is hungry for a good year. That hunger was slighted earlier this year when the

Rhody Laxmen devoured an unorganiz ed Bryant College team. This year's squad found support in

fronted with the

depth

of six

equally

talented defensemen. The midfield and Attack

provided

both talent and

depth

Ihis year with outstanding performances from |eb Handy, lohn Conclin, Timothy Earl Baker, lack Serpa, Ed Cundha, lames Stien, Tom Gaipa, Dave Grandpre and

also enhanced with Ihe arrival of many

lay Shryver, Co-captains Mark Nesbit and Bryan Shaughnessy offered leader ship on the field, while Mick Korba and

seasoned

Ed

the return of most of its

players and

was

newcomers.

Boyd Smith and Andy Lerner proved themselves effective in the nets;

Rudnick

coaching.

handled

the

chore

of

TJ The 1981 Ram outdoor track team injuries as well as opponents in

battled

compiling

a

6-2 record.

"We had

normal this

a

lot

more

injuries than

said coach Bill Falk, a successful

spring,"

I'd have to call it

"but

season

in terms of wins and losses."

Indeed, for those that made it

through the spring unscathed very successful

season.

it

was a

Mark Strawder

again led the way for Rhody, winning consistently in the pole vault man

event.

Co-captain crew

Kent Bolster led

a

solid

of five Rams hammer throwers

and excelled in the discus

as

well. Mean

out on the oval, Bob Holden and Harrington fared well in the hurdles, while the 4x100 meter relay

while, Tom

also came through. Following an easy tri-meet win New Hampshire and Holy Cross,

team

over

the Rams travelled to California for

quadrangular Brooks downed

meet

a

and the

Invitational.

NorthridgeRhody and Cal-Poly-

There,

Cal-Bakerfield

Pomona while

losing to Cal-lrvine. placed in the invite, the following week at the

Several Rams as

they did Relays.

Penn

A tri-meet

split

with Northeastern

and UMass, coupled with a one point win over Brown wrapped up the dual meets for Rhody.

73 Ln

The

season was a

softball

women's

quick

packed thirty-eight weeks. And although

one

for the

The WRams

team.

games into five the pace was fast

and furious, the WRams managed to stay on top of things winning 26 games and

losing only 12. Pitching was the strong point for Rhody this season. Carol Morris, Nancy Grigor and Bonnie Rocque combined to the

keep

team

earned

run

average

below 1.50. The

WRams

started

winning four games in doubleheader and

University College.

a

sweep of archrival

out

quickly

row

with

both

a

Yale

Providence

College

were

to be

supposed

tune-up for the WRams before going

a

in

the Rhode Island State

Champion lucky to get out of The split. experts say a split is like kissing your sister or brother, for the team's sake, but maybe having to kiss their brother made the WRams mad enough to take the Rhode Island Championship. The WRams took the lough route in winning the RIAIAW'S but managed to beat Providence College in the final to

ships,

but

they

were

Connecticut with

All-Star

three

Connecticut

The break for the WRams

was

lege,

With their

Adelphi College. things looked bleak

record at 14-4

for

named MVP of the tourney Captain Carol Morris was

was

and Senior chosen

as

the

an

lady Huskies of that

would be Eastern

record

important

on

17-6,

al

the

shoe-in for

Regionals.

the

date with the

UConn, With

doubleheader a

took

just they

wasn't the cards for kissed their brothers

in Connecticut,

again

another State

split against College, the WRams

19-8 record into the U,S. Naval

a

Academy Invitational Annapolis, MD.

Tournament

down in

In the first round of that tournament

the WRams had another shot at a

team that

would

help

the

beating

cause

the a

a

sweep WRams

spot

in the

for

that spot in the Eastern

Regionals. But despite a superb pitching performance Carol the Morris, Nittany Lions of by Penn St. dropped the WRams 3-1. It was quite obvious that the WRams were, to put it mildly, upset at that loss and showed it by taking it out on the University of Virginia. Nancy Grigor was denied a nohitter

but

WRams

the

bats

boomed

as

run

the with

pushed across ten runs capping it off with a

two-

Sue Marino

their

had

women

of

starting pitcher

team.

With

not

spent in sunny Florida but instead the women spent it struggling through three splits with C. W. Post, Springfield Col and

Dinoto

as

Bridgewater

a

break.

but

shoe-in

a

With

The Owls of Southern Connecticut State

game of the tournament held on the campus of Providence, Senior Chris

split

5-1

Eastern

But

the WRams once

playoffs.

Rutgers left the WRams straight sweeps of State College, UMASS and Central Connecticut put Rhody at 11-1 going into the spring A

at

with

the WRams, for they were still fighting for a spot in the Eastern Regional

shot in the seventh.

Rhody

people

was

not finished

after that win

though.

punishing Next

was

South Carolina, S.C. was, at the time, ranked tenth in the Country and the WRams

pulled

a

shockiing

2-0

upset

victory

over

a

South Carolina

cocky

Even after that BIC win the WRams

satisfied and showed it

not

were

by

pounding the host team. Navy, 11-1. With that victory the WRams earned one more

shot at Penn State.

The WRams fell

one run

short and

lost to Penn St. 2-1. But with three im

pressive wins,

it

was

Island when

the Eastern

choosing Regionals.

impossible

for the

the four teams for

represent

East

in

the

National

Championships. But

a

University of New No

one

Haven,

can

ever

say ahead after

of

what

that poor little

looking

squad

from New Haven. Nancy Grigor threw a coaches dream, or nightmare depen

ding on what side of the field you standing on, and tossed a no-hitter her final regular season appearance.

are

for

Not to be outdone, Carol Morris, in

her

last

game

and

It would

amazing to find out what any coach in the country would do for two games like that. With

a

24-10 record, the WRams

Allington and the EAIAW Championships. Rhody proved that they deserved the number one ranking in New England by knocking off UConn in the first Lady Scarlet Knights of Rutgers plans for the WRams and

had other

them into the losers bracket. However, the women bounced right back, as they have all season, and beat

dropped

crack at

give themselves one more Rutgers for the chance to play to

in the National's,

at

URI,

tough

task of

having

to

beat Rutgers twice, the WRams season came down to an umpire's call that end ed their

country for the first time in URI history. The WRams, although producing in the

long and

successful

season

in

the first game with Rutgers, Led by the pitching of Morris and

Grigor and the hitting of Chris Dinoto, ludy Snarsky and Company, the WRams managed to stay on top of New England, second in the East, and they also broke into the top 20 in Ihe

field, had

a

lot of

help

behind the

Head Coach Nancy Langham bounced up and down with the

scenes.

WRams

all

season,

never

giving up

hope. Assisted by loAnn Robinson, Langham led the WRams to one of their successful

most

course

there

seasons

were

those

ever.

And of

women

there

when

somebody got hurt. Amy Oursler Spauling, and lane Upton helping out with equipment and Diane who listed as a scorer and Whaley, statistician, was the WRams biggest fan and responsible for keeping Ihe press up to date on the success of the squad. With the continuing help of all those people and a final record of 26and

round.

With the

Ihe

that

WRams

are guilty they did to

own.

be

Adelphi

they could go, the double header with the

before

WRams had

no-hitter of her

The

Rhody was selected to join UConn, Rutgers and Adelphi down in Allington, PA on May 8th to see who would the

a

started off for

selection committee to overlook Rhode

playing

duplicated Grigor's performance threw

squad.

Leslie

12, the WRams new season

with

girls graduate

can a

look ahead to

full smile.

a

Only two squad,

from this season's

Carol Morris and Chris Dinoto, and the WRams have seven sophomores and

three freshmen

returning next year. But for Morris and Dinoto,

leave URI with

for

they

they feeling of contentment, a winning tradition and the hopes that the a

leave with

behind them

youngsters

can

carry

on

that tradition.

INTRAMURALS

^1^^^^.

The URI Intramural and Recreation

Department was

a

new

had

a new

look that

look this year. It noticed by

was

everyone. The addition of Art Tuveson as the new Director of Recreation was

the

cause

for

a

vastly improved

pro

gram in all areas. It began with football, where a number of rule changes such as longer of field size

time, and

officials and the

The

proved

no

There

results: 1) the Golden Reefs had won their second straight football champion ship and, 2) it was the ninth straight ma

and, 2)

campus dominate intramurals. The "Reefs" were all awarded

on

an

Champions" t-shirt, which is another addition to this year's program. The usual championship plaques were voted against in favor of t-shirts at this year's first captains' meeting. Volleyball "Intramural

up more doors to the new look tills year. There were two men's levels depending on the type of competition

opened

one was

volleyball

men

1)

and a

was

for the hot

shots who wanted to play NCAA rules. These games were refereed by certified

past

games. of course the

classy

which

went

usual. looks in

new

twofold;

which

the

than

competition as

the

was

"jungleball"

co-rec

women

volleyball were competition with

on

student

grad

the

same

league

team

with

co-

grad Volleyball finally broke the long string of losses suffered by the frater nities as both men's leagues were won by frats, TEP took men's jungleball and teams.

rec

Phi Psi "A" took the power title. Probably the most improved sport was basketball with the changes too numerous

There

mention.

to

three levels of

play giving

were

everyone

a

chance, Softball also had levels for the pros and amateurs. There were new sports added such

as

indoor soccer, with many

more new ones

to

come

next year.

Art Tuveson should be

interested.

"Power"

who weren't

was

women's The

or

different

mayhem-filled

smoothly

ties

first,

at

play,

level

men's

other

usual recreational

made the

jor intramural championship won by a non-fraternity team. This certainly disproves any beliefs that the fraterni

of

completely prepared.

expansion competition more exciting for all participants. The season's champion ship game revealed two uncommon

playing

style

to those

shock

came as a

mended for his

superb job

of Recreation here at URI,

highly as

com

director

The two athletes contrasts to be

short and

had

compared.

too

many One was

thickly built, the other

DIFFERENT

was

tall, dark, and thin. One was an offen sive machine, THE TEAM, while the other was just an important PART of the whole. One played with his feet, the other with his hands. One rambled on grass beneath the blue skies of Mother Nature, while the other played on hard wood floors beneath the flourescent lights of man. One helped his team climb to the sixth notch in the national rankings, while the other helped his team climb to the number one spot in the East. One played soccer while the other played basketball. The two athletes? Len Mercurio and Gilson Delesus. Mercurio and Delesus. Two names with so many contrasts but with one essential thing in common. They both left their respective teams during the high point of the season. As to be expected, their reasons for leaving were as different as the two individu als themselves. Mercurio was Mr, Everything for the Rhody soccer team. During each of his four years here he was named to the All New England team. After he had laced his last shoe lace and hung up his spikes Mercurio was the holder of the most career goals by a Rhody player, 52, the most points (goals and assists), 74, and most shots on goal, 357. He also held nine and tied three other all-time Rhode Island soccer records. In essence, he was sparkling. His senior year was going better than his previous three. After an off year in 1979 the soccer team was well on

its way to

an

undefeated

season.

They attained their highest national ever. After running out to ranking an 11-0 start everything was looking good. Too good. The world collapsed following the Rams 11th win of the season, a 2-1 over Boston University. Mer

victory

curio was declared ineligable, along with teammate Domenic Langano, by the NCAA for playing on an amateur team in Providence while also playing for URI. )ust like that it was over. No

asked. while on a

questions team

just

Playing for another collegiate team was

not to be done. Mercurio and the

payed the price. Immediately after Mercurio was declared ineligable the soccer team had to embark on a road trip that proved to be the beginning of the end. The Rams dropped their first game of the season in an overtime match against Boston College, 2-1. After that it was a trip to Washington, D.C. where the team faced two more overtime games. They dropped a 1-0 decision to Navy and then tied George Washington, 2-2. These two Rams

YET ALIKE

fact he seldom started. He averaged 6 points and 3.6 rebounds a game as a key man off the bench. He added depth and muscle underneath, an area where the hoopsters needed it. Dejesus' departure was as quiet and unassuming as the man. Officially he left after the 19th basketball game of the season, a 64-52 victory over Brown. Delesus had, in reality, begun to depart long before that. Considered a national hero in his own country of Brazil, Delesus found it difficult adjusting to a role off the bench. To him it was demeaning, from

national hero at home to being just another player in Kingston. For most of the season it was possi ble to detect anything wrong. Immedi ately following a 53-44 win over Provi dence College though, a game in which Dejesus came in and literally carried the team to victory, he announced that it was his last as a URI

player.

Interim coach Claude English and head coach jack Kraft sat down and

talked to Delesus apparently settling the matter because EDelesus decided to

stay. Unbothered

by

the situation,

the

team then went out and won three

the 64-52 win over This marked the hoopsters 16th win of the season against three setbacks. Matters couldn't have been settled too well. This time Delesus didn't talk about leaving, he just left. Right after the Brown game. Whether by coincidence or by con sequence the Rhody machine began to stumble. After reaching a high of 17-3, the Rams finished the season by winning just four of their last nine, for an overall record of 21-8. A 20-victory season was a feat in itself, especially since no one thought the team could win 17. The departure of Dejesus threw sand into the welloiled Rhode Island machine. Sand the hoopsters were never able to work

straight including Brown.

losses and the tie dropped the Rams to 19th nationally, and for all practical to a point purposes, it dropped them where they could not recover. to Mercurio After depending upon put the ball in the net it was tough to switch the offensive load to those who used to feed him. same

players

The Rams finished 12-3-1. The soccer team had travelled so far over the course of the season. Number six in the nation, number two in New England. Yet it fell apart so Mercurio and the Rams had it

quickly.

going for them until Dejesus wasn't Mr. Everything .

.

.

the basketball team. As

a

for matter of

out.

Len Mercurio and Gilson Dejesus, different yet alike. By lim Sullivan

NATIONAL NURSING HONOR SOCIETY

The

range

organizations in the opportunity

of

and

activities

which students have lo involve themselves

with, is immense. Whatever the dent's

hobby

have

more

tend

their

or

than

interest may be,

enough chances

education.

This

stu

they

to ex

extension

in the form of practical ex periences that many organizations of fer, or simply the opportunity the stu dent gains lo meet new people and comes

work with

a group of fellow students. Activities and organizations com

pose such

a very important part of the University of Rhode Island. Students who have excelled in their field of study may be inducted in an Honor Society. Many students acquire almost as much knowledge through their involvement in organizations as they do in courses, due

to

the

real

world

aspect

of

these

groups. Activities give students a chance to apply what they have learned in the classroom

Activities

volvement

is

a

vital

and

student

aspect

of

in

the

University of Rhode Island,

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The Outing Club is a group made up of adventurous people who enjoy tfie outdoors. The club promotes the safe and intelligent use of the outdoors for activities such

as

climbing, canoeing, This

year

the

backpacking, rock bicycle touring. sponsored rock

and

dub

climbing trips in Rhode Island and Mass.; bicycling trips and canoeing in southern Rhode Island. The Photo

Co-op

is

a

student-run

darkroom open to membership from the URI student community. The pur pose is to provide students with access to

complete

facilities

-

developing

black and white darkroom separate darkrooms for

3

film

or

producing prints.

Stu

dent members are only required to sup ply their own film and paper as we sup ply all the necessary chemistry. Prior ex

perience is an asset though not re quired, as the monitors are capable of instructing the uninitiated in the hows whys of film developing and print

and

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Volunteers

(CFV)

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that matches

tion

individual

inleresis

and skills with the volunteer neeeJs of

Clearinghouse is spon by the College of Human Science

the state. The sored

and Services

as a

service to Ihe entire

University community and the

State ol

Rhode Island, The clude

numerous

activities

museums,

youth

in

opportunities in hospitals, schools, eldedy programs,

and

and health services.

legal

Many pro

designed for individuals in volunteering just a few hours each week in South County and sur rounding areas. We are also happy to help create new placements to meet unique personal or career interests.

grams are terested in

an

International Students Association is organization of foreign and

American students which offers

social,

CLEARING HOUSE FOR VOLUNTEERS

educational

and

vanous

cross-cultural

programs for the campus community The group's main purpose is to pro mote a better understanding of the world's various cultures, while in the orientation of

assisting foreign students to

URI,

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Little Brother/Little Sister makes it

possible for the students to experience part-time parenthood, while providing underprivileged children from the com munity with a one-to-one relationship outside

Senate

his-her funded

home.

The

Student

organization provides

to and

from campus for also sponsor parties

transportation the "littles," They trips during the school

and

year.

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The with

a

Student

variety

of

Ombudsman

complaints

academic and social Ombudsman's

deals

from both

This year, the faced a major

areas.

office

shake-up in February when Sue Fisher Vaughn, the Faculty Ombudsman, resigned. Thankfully, many ad ministrators and faculty helped to pick up the slack, and many complaints were resolved. The need lor was

OMBUDSMAN

the

an

Ombudsman

clearly demonstrated this over

150

people

year, by that utilized the

office.

Student Technical Services is

Memorial

student-run.

a

(STS)

Union

operation providing quality sound and lighting equipment for the cam pus community. STS has provided concert sound and lighting for many of

the

SEC,

Board

Union

Weekenders events

throughout

and

the

year, STS has technicians available to show movies, operate sound and

lighting equipment,

or

just plain stage

labor, STS also has small systems to rent for parties or lectures. Video

movies your

can

be borrowed to show in

own room,

A wide

from

equipment ranging cassette

sound

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deck to

a

variety of a

portable

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and

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The Student Senate is

midsemester. rather than later in the

an organiza approximately 40 elected that brings issues on representatives

at

both the campus and state-wide level that affect the URI student, to the stu

provided

of

tion

dent,

as

interest under

well

as

and

Student

Castellone,

fighting

for Ihe students

concerns.

was

Body

The

Fran

active in issues such

as

the change in the drinking age. Referen dum #6, the snowball attack on Ihe police station, and the cuts in academic

departments and services due to the budget crunch, to name a few. Senate sponsored Student Interest Day and a Voter Registration Drive in October in which

over

250

students

to

sponsored December

a

which

students with the

question

their state

and to voice their

opportunity representatives,

concerns.

The Student Senate

brought

URI

80-81 Senate. Two Senate seats

added for sion

representatives

students, and another forum

statehouse, in which over 100 students participated. The Senate was also in strumental in the establishment of a state-wide coalition of schools, entitled

and instituted

Communication with all factions of

University

was

improved during

the

for

the

was

held in

Browning Blue Room which focused problems in the dorms. The Senate granted funds for the

the on

the

were

from Exten

another

Chairperson of the Faculty Senate, Monthly public forums were held in the Ballroom to bring key speakers to the

beginning with the much-publicized Cianci-Garrahy debate in October, and ending with a lobbying effort at the

"ARISe."

and

Division,

students to the altention of the state,

were

registered. Senate advocated the calender change to set Spring vacation

in

Legislator's Day

Senate,

President

Senate

semester.

construction of

a new

a new

tower

for WRIU,

funding system for

both RIPIRG and Recreational Services, The Senate also

appropriated a budget approximately $300,000 to student organizations, granted constitutionality to new organizations, and managed the of

many student services of K.S.S,

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The Alternative Food

Co-Op gives opportunity to become in packaging and selling of wholesome foods Minimal processing and packaging allows the co-op to sell foods at low prices as an alternative to mass produced foods of limited nutri

students Ihe

volved wilh Ihe

tional value. Members run the co-op providing all the necessary labor to keep the store well stocked and running smoothly. As a

non-profit organization, the co-op marks prices up only enough to cover expenses. Most enter URI

of the 2500 freshmen that

each fall attend

during the

tation session

a

2-day orien

summer.

Dur

this

session, they learn aboul academics, social life, and student ac

ing

tivities at URI, in addition to

scheduling meeting their first col program helps students feel more a part of URI, and reduces some of the uncertainty of their

courses

and

friends.

lege

The

what lies ahead in the next 4 years for them. This

past the

year, summer

orientation

attend

coping meet

continued

program, into the Fall,

New students had the

opportunity

workshops on various aspects wilh college, and to continue

the other students

in

to

of to

ALTERNATIVE FOOD CO-OP

their class.

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The Jewish campus community at URI centers around the B'nai B'rith Hillel

Foundation, The foundation's main ob is to meet the needs of Jewish

jective

students and

Hillel

is

faculty, dedicated

pluralistic,

to

multifaceted Judaism. Members come from varied backgrounds. The obser vance

from

patterns of the members range the traditional orthodox to the

non-observant.

Weekenders

is

comprised

of

a

group of students dedicated to making the weekends come alive! on campus. This

year's

roster of

programs

passed social, recreational,

encom

and cultural

events.

There

was

a

dance in November

"Fountainhead"

with

and

January

a

New Year's Eve parly. Road trips includ ed the Boston Red Sox, National Dance

Performances, the Boston Ballet and the Yugoslavian Ballet, in addition to bicycl

ing

on

Block Island, Christmas

shopping

celebrating St, Patrick's day Newport stylel The grande finale of in Boslon and

the year

was

semi-formal

at

"Rhapsody

in

Blue,"

a

the Rosecliff mansion in

Newporl Overall, Weekenders gave every

opportunity

WEEKENDERS CLUB

for URI

to

"Live for the

Weekend,"

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Student

Lecture

Series

is

organization that sponsors lectures major interest to the student body.

the of Its

main purpose is to enhance the educa tional experience of the student by

presenting

informative

speakers

on

im

portant current topics. Attempts at trying to wake up the URI student body have included lec tures by G. Gordon Liddy, Brian Wilson Key. Ralph Nader and Abby Hoffman, The

Campus

Health Education and

Alcohol Resource Services

(CHEARS)

is

a

peer service organization staffed by selected students who have received one

semester

CHEARS

of

provides

credited

training,

information and sup

port for students concerned about the effects of alcohol for themselves or other people they care about. Peer run a drop-in center, hot line, coffee houses, classroom lectures, and referrals. These services

members

workshops, are

free to all members of the campus

community.

C.H.E.A.R.S.

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The Intrafraternity organization in charge the 15 fraternities functions tween

as

the

Council is the of coordinating

campus. The IFC chief mediator be

on

the frats and the administration.

The IFC sponsors many programs and services during the year, Greek Week, a

leadership conference,

a

campus escort

service, the freshman record, and a monthly Greek Newsletter are part of IFC's services. The main purpose of Panhel is to the as governing body of

serve

sororities and to

oversee

judicial

and

financial matters. Members from each sorority meet each week to discuss and work

toward

enriching

the

Greek

system.

closely with the IFC, sponsored a blood drive. Creek

Working Panhel

Week, Creek leadership conference, and

lump

for Heart.

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CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Members of the Catholic Students Association

and

organize various activities provide opportunities to all in

terested persons. The group sponsors speakers and discussions involving

Christian

topics,

ethics

and

current

church

C.S.A. offers social events at the

Catholic

Center,

recreational

trips

and

which all

cultural are

and

welcome

to attend.

is a peer counseling campus. The organiza by students, trained in a

Speakeasy organization

on

tion is staffed

course. Human Sexuali

special Nursing

ty, Their duties range from teaching education sessions and conducting

workshops

to

answering

the hot-line.

Their main purpose is to provide sup port and open, non-judgemental information.

Workshops

are

varied and diverse,

and in the past have included sexuality and values, birth control information, sex

roles and

attitudes, rape prevention,

and women's health.

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STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE

This was the year of "new" ideas for the Student Entertainmeni Commit lee, We were structure

working

with

a

"new"

and had lo work out many of came with it. We were

the kinks that

working with "new" music, appropriatly named "New Wave." This was Ihe year in which every show had reserved seating. And most of the ex

first

"new"

with

creative, innovative ideas, which

pulled

board

ecutive

the

year

were

together.

We

started

strangers working for different and

we

cohesive

finished

off with

a

as

causes

polished

organization of close friends.

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The Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Program offers students Ihe op portunity to experience a lifestyle that is academically enriching and physically challenging, ,Army ROTC has been an in tegral part ol the University since 1894, and has contnbuted

more

ficers to Ihe service of The URI

ROTC

than 1700 of

country. is

Program

con

informal basis with par devoted to the in

ducted

on

ticular

attention

an

our

dividual desires, and

career

objectives

Through theoretical prac training in management, leadership, group dynamics, and organizational

of the cadets. tical

techniques,

the

students for both

program

prepares civilian

military and

careers.

Upon graduation, cadets have their option to choose active military duty or reserve

component duty in conjunction

with their civilian

careers.

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The

Memorial

Union

Board

of

Directors is divided into two Councils:

Programming

and

tions deals with

Operations. Opera decisions and policies

concerning space allocations, the Ram's Den, Pub and daily building operations. Programming is divided into various committees that sponsor events for the campus community such as the Spring Break Bermuda Trip, the Dating Game, Spring Carnival, dances, speakers. Backroom Gigs and much more. The Union

Board

also

events with other

co-sponsors many

organizations, weekly

The two councils meet

to

discuss and decide upon issues in or around the Union, Every Union Board member has full voting privileges on all

UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS

matters

dealing

with

the

Memorial

Union,

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The

Student

Video

Cenler

is

a

sludenl-run Senate-funded organi/.ilion whose purpose is lo inslru( I and |)ro-

experiences to the sludenl body in Ihe field of video communications. The

vide

oilers training on portable videotape equipment, editing, television productions, and on-air experience for center

interested

those

television

in

broadcasting. The URI Tour Guides

provide

cam

pus visitors with a means to "get lo know" Ihe campus. Their main purpose is to show potential students and Iheir

parents Ihe set-up of the campus, and to explain various aspects of campus life Tours

are

informal and based

the interests of

participants

in

the

on

lour

often called upon tour-guides lo participate in special aclivilies such as

The

visits

are

from

donors,

special groups, potential prospective employees and

other VIP's who wish to be escorted

Ihrough campus

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Island Public

The Rhode

Interest

Group is a unique organization totally funded and controlled by students, RIPIRG is a means whereby Research

in that it is

students may pursue for constructive social

areas

of interest

change

in Rhode

Island,

Utilizing RlPIRG's wealth of ranging from a paid full-time person, work-study students to students receiving independent study resources

staff

credit and volunteers from the

com

munity, many changes have been made not only in the URI campus, but also in Rhode Island,

During the past year, students in RIRIRG have been involved in such pro jects as: paper recycling in over 30 cam pus locations: a Towing Rights hand book on what to do if your car is tow

ed:

development

of

a

SCIRTS

van

ser

to Bonnet Shores, Bay Campus, Kingston campus and all of South Coun ty: a Renter's Rights guide that helps

vice

renters

know their

rights

and respon

sibilities: and a quantity surcharge study which showed that Rhode Islanders were

deceived in

always cheaper

at

thinking the

that

"Bigger

is

supermarket."

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UHURU SASA Uhura Sa Sa is a student organiza tion devoted to the concerns and in of all students particularly minori ty students. Native American, Hispanic American, and Black American students have a rich and exciting culture to share wilh Ihe total University Community, The philosophy of Sa Sa is not one of separatism but rather one of involve ment of everyone in the experiences of minority culture. This was accomplished during Black History Month when Sa Sa sponsored activities such as: a Black Art show which exhibited paintings and sculptures by black artists from the New England area: Black films depicting lifestyles and experiences of minority persons, a fashion show which used minority students as models and finally a four-day conference entitled "Academics and Athletics: Which Comes First r' These events rounded out some of the past months cultural terests

events,

A monthly newsletter "Rapport," which has a circulation of about 400 is a media device used to tell the story of minorities at the University of Rhode Island, Increasing minority enrollment, maintaining minority students through graduation and increasing the number of Black and Hispanic faculty and ad are all concerns ministrators that presently receive attention from Sa Sa,

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The

Sailing

stay afloat

on

Club has

managed

to

SAILING CLUB

the northern shore of Salt

Pond for another year. Spurred on by the Olympic Trials and the America's

Cup

Race held in

summer,

our

home waters this

many students took

part in

both educational and recreational sail

ing. The Club promoted enthusiastic students lo literally "gel their feet wet" and test their nautical skills. Most of the beginners became avid acquainted with the jellyfish. But Ihis was only half the fun. They learned lo race (it looked more like bumper cars) and even made it out to lower pond. The advanced class managed to find all Ihe charted rocks

swimmers and well

and

even

sets.

They spent

tried

underwater too

spinniker

much time' upon

their centerboards.

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From March until October. U.R.l. sailors

can be found upon the water. seen many changes this year. Gone from the fleet are two Finns and the Cal-27 (last seen off Beavertail),

The Club has

On the

incoming tide

Dutchmen, a

two

came

three

Flying

Flying luniors and anxiously awaiting the

new

470. The Club is

arrival of six Windsurfers.

Enjoying

the

newly enclosed

of

ficers' club at U's this year were Paul Gardiner, Noel Roberts, Laura Gersuny,

Cindy Gardiner,

and Roger Menillo. Esposito ad expertise to sailing classes, and Silvestri kept the fleet afloat.

Norm Windus and Michael

ded their Eric

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The Good 5 Cent future and

Cigar is where journalists, advertising executives

business

management types

cut

their teeth in their chosen Four

days

a

professions. a sleepy URI Cigar al breakfast of the day. What

week,

campus reaches for a to learn of the news

Ihat campus doesn't see is the dedica tion of about forty people who write, edit

or paste-up the copy, who balance Ihe books and pay the bills or who sell

the

advertising. But the experience goes beyond Cigar "band" learn the team

that. The

work needed to get a needed service out to the campus and the tact and

diplomacy

needed to deal with the local

and national businessmen who adver tise in the papers. Both are talents these future journalists must master. You

could call The

Cigar a place where "This 101" is taught by have lived through problems, with a little helpful guidance from faculty and administration. But The Cigar is not just a place for students who see their careers in jour is

the

real

students,

nalism

or

world

who

business. Staff members also

major in engineering, education, and English, There is a place for all in The Cigar. If you think you are ready to tackle the Real World, The Cigar's world.

come

try it

out at

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WRIU Radio consists of two distinct

student

stations

operated

from six studios

on

broadcasting

the third floor of the the

Memorial

Union.

operated,

round organization year the students at URI.

funded

by

It

is

WRIU 580 AM is

a

only daily

commercial

car

which

began currently broadcasting one of the country's largest. The signal is fed to all 19 dorms by phone lines to mini transmitters from 7 am to midnight everyday- The mixed musical format in cludes album oriented rock and jazz rier

operation

current

in

plus

1939 and is

oldies, WRIU

90.3

FM Stereo is Rhode

largest educational noncommer listening audience even extends beyond the state inlo Connec Island's

cial station. The

ticut, Massachusetts and New York. Since it is a public station the programm

ing

includes radio drama and live studio

plus many more educational shows with variations of rock, jazz, concerts,

classical

and

folk

This station

music.

broadcasts from 5 pm to 2 am each day, WRIU FM was 10 watts from 1964 to

1978. It has since

expanded lo 3700 expand to

watts, and further hopes to 5000 watts in the near future.

This year, due to many problems with the location of the FM antenna, WRIU found it necessary to relocate the antenna. Student Senate funding along

wilh various grants and loans were suffi cient to finance the move of the anten na

from Washburn to

an

old research

building on Plains Road, The building was given to the station by the Universi ty, A 400 foot tower will be constructed on the new site this summer and should be

fully operational by the

start

of the

fall semester, WRIU's many departments include News and Sports, which, along with the

Production, Engineering, Business and Public Relations departments, perform an important function here at the

University of Rhode Island,

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GREAT SWAMP GAZETTE

It is around 3:00

of

the

Memorial

a.m.

in the bowels

Union.

The

night

manager has left an hour ago, it will be three hours before the janitors arrive, and four hours before the first trickle of students walk into the

building,

Yel in

Gazette

has

established

itself

as

Delta Chi, the Gazette best all around student

was

voted fhe

149, a hardy (some would say in sane) group of Great Swamp Gazette

Northeast. The staff will strive to

editors

tinue

room

the

are

preparing

another issue for

masses.

For those three editors, and

occa

sionally other staff members, this noc turnal activity is an accepted part of the publication of URI's news and feature magazine. Although the writing and editing have been done prior to Wednesday night, the mechanics of putting together the paper remains the true test

As

of editorial fortitude. il

begins

its

fifth

magazine

in the con

the

tradition of investigative reporting, interesting features, columns of opinion and political analysis, as well

poetry, satire, and photography. But is it worth the late hours, the missed classes, the criticism of students, administrators, and faculty? As one as

editor

replied, "If only responds to our issues, if that

one

done year

a

magazine of no small significance. The bi-monthly publication has reason to be proud. At Ihis year's convention of The Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma

our

one we

person to react, then

person can we

get

have

job."

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Many thanks

help

in the

are

owed to certain

completion

people for their

of this section. Thanks to

Gregg

Derozier, Joe Grady, Norm Windus, Donna Capoverde, Melinda Smith, Fran Castellone, and all of the dependable

photographers. to all of the organizations for their taking group pictures. This section attempts the impossible in trying to include every organization, and the impossible is almost achieved, I apologize to any organization that wasn't covered and hope that in future years adequate coverage of all campus activities and organizations is obtained.

Also, thanks

cooperation

in

Thanks Terri

again, Paglione

Activities Editor

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corporate such a wide scope of events, fundraisers, parties, and games that the Greeks

are

the most visible residents

on

campus. One cannot hide the Greek Community and their activities. It might

simply state the activities. Every student must have heard of at least one. Try to remember: Greek Sing Run to Brown Pledge Formals Paddy Murphy Derby Week Flag Pole Sitting Teeter Totter Creek Week Bounce For Life Jump Islanders Tee-Pees Rope for Life Intramurals Homecoming These are just a few activities that can be besl to

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ty of Rhode IslafKl,

"here"">i

Kingston, Rhode Island. Many^ people say that the Town Kingston is the University, but so. Kingston has a. very old historic tradition that few si of URI know about. It all started over three dred years ago with the from the Narragansett Indans

"The Pettaquamscutt Purchase! This purchase, which wa! bourxled on the east by the Pet

taquamscutt (or Narrow) River,^

In 1825, the residents. Rest voted unanimouslyi^ name of this place eafter called he inhabitants thereof! proper means in our the same into efKingston? No one .

'

Kingstor^

the

residents petiCounty Court

to Little Rest.

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better location of the foresisht of cerWs who knew House woukJ brir^ to the town. The ibly gave Littie Rest

IS NO PLACE UKE KINGSTON bt to have the court and Court House .

was con-

A newer one was built in

building is now the Free [of the Kingston [Just as URI is to Kingston

Court House used to [heart of Little Rest. The even served as the for a short period. ny other buikiir^gs have significarKe in kxal IWhen the village of Little pitioried for the Court Ithey stated that "three vems" woukl be bidt to the entertain and

In 1757 John Potter built the Kingston Inn and became as a "dispenser of known widely good cheer." Two other taverns also existed in cotonial days, but

legislators."

neither lasted as kxig as Potter's establishment. Other buiklings in the town include the Congregational Church whkii was built in 1820, the'Sotoman Carpenter house built in 1704, the Thomas Wells house whkh still has many original parts from the 18th century, the John Moore house which was

constrOcted in-^1714, just to mentkxi a few. Each of these buiklings

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THE LEGEND OF who pass it. Perhaps if it were able to speak, Old Ben Butler would reveal to us how he came to rest at U.R.l.

Ben would tell us that he was in 1861 to serve aboard a Union ship in the war between the states. He served his vessel well and saw considerable action during the course of the war. It was after the war when the ship was dismantled that Ben found himself on a peculiar journey that would eventually lead him to his present home. He was purchased cast

by

a Captain George N. Cenyon celebrate the possible victory of a candidate in the upcoming elections General Benjamin Butler. Hence the cannon became known by the name of Ben Butler. Needless to say, Captain Kenyon never used the cannon to celebrate the victory. He did however have many interesting uses for his cannon, one being the shooting of old whiskey bottles out to sea (empty of course, in keeping with good old U.R.l. tradition), or blasting old clam chowder into the air. In the winter and spring of 1891 and 1892 the future of the Rhode Island Agriculture School (U.R.l.) was looking dim. All funds for a state agricultural school were being passed on to Brown Univer-

to

yJ

the southeast corner of amidst a group of an old broken cannon known to but a few as "Old Ben Butler." There it has rested for many long years as throngs of students passed it dai ly. You yourself have probably passed by it a thousand times in your four years here at U.R.l. How the cannon became a part of U.R.L, and even more intriguingly, how it was broken re mains a mystery to the students the

n

quad

bushes, there sits

OLD BEN BUTLER sity under the Morrill program

was a

Act. But their

deficient

one

and

because of their urban location. It was in the spring of 1892 when funds were released under a second Morrill Act. Friends of the school in South County went to the State House to lobby for the funds. They were successful and on April 19th, 1892 the unofficial title of THE state col lege was given to the school. When the lobbyists returned to Kingston, Ben Butler and the school were waiting to celebrate the victory. Ben was loaded and fired until sunset in celebration. At midnight the members of the school deemed it appropriate to fire it again but this time so loud that it would be heard in Pro vidence. They double-primed Ben and when it was fired the cannon lifted completely off its skids. It was still in one piece though. At dawn the still drunk celebrants thought it necessary to load it with a still heavier charge. This time Ben let out a suppressed thud and fell to the ground in pieces, never to be heard from

lagged

again. historical goes the of "Old Ben Butler," but Ben carries with it a legend that has been carried down from one generation of students to the So

background

is source The original unknown but the legend tells us off will indeed Ben that Ole give his mighty blast again. It is said that the next time Old Ben Butler will go off will be during a gradua tion ceremony when the name of a graduating virgin is called off. This is the legend of Old Ben Butler. Well, another year and another graduation have passed and still no sound was heard upon the quad. And so Old Ben Butler rests in quiet solitude for at least next.

another year.

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PARKING THIS SIDE

OF STREET

lORIZED liri

re

THE MAURICE ZARCHEN Zarchen and

Maurice

troversy Costello. other

like

were

If

and

there the

was

one

con

Abbott

not far behind. For

was

long time, almost wheeling, dealing,

a

19 years, the

and

always

controversial

athletic

stayed just

step ahead of the

one

director

fire. On

Wednesday, February 4, was finally burned as he resigned from his position. His resignation, which he said 1981, Zarchen

would be beneficial for both him and the

University,

anti-climactic.

He

was

almost

had

been

suspended from his duties by president Frank Newman during an investigation of alleged misuses of athletic scholarships and equipment. Zarchen, who

was

rumored

powerful than Newman, brought the mishap upon himself. Why?" Becuase he finally stepped on the wrong per son's toes. Former URI wrestling to

be

more

coach Alan Nero

was

that person.

Nero, who built the wrestling N.E. into the program these

powerhouse, brought charges against the department.

athletic

Faced with the

ending

by

never

felt

Zarchen

economic

crunch,

that

sports would have

some

go. Wrestling, women's sailing,

riflery that

and

fencing,

and

among the five sports to be cut. The move so

were

were

offended Nero that he did into the athletic

digging ment

to

men's

and

found

the

a

little

depart alleged

The member

According

questionable practices

the formation of

investigation

a

three-

task force

A.

to

chairman of the committee, the investigation was centered

around the athletic

department

as

whole, but he would neither confirm or deny whether the a

charges were against particular. February 4th was of Zarchen's duties

misuses.

spurred

Newman.

Robert Rainville, acting vice presi dent for Student Affairs and the

Following

as

the

Newman said in "a number of the

a

Zarchen in

department have

gone beyond boundaries of propriety. While such practices cannot be accepted or continued, there is

the

indication that any of these ac were designed to be selfserving, but rather were intended to build the athletic program." no

tions

With intentions such

though, the end

.

.

.

is it worth the

as

these

price? Just

ask Mr. Zarchen.

A.D. that is.

resignation

news

release,

practices

of the

by lim Sullivan

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CONTROVERSY

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PRO OR CON? intramural program where any get involved in |ust about any sport, a track team and tennis team thai just came off very impressive

feet,

an

student

seasons,

can

newly renovated football

a

field, and Ihis is iusi skimming the

sur

face. The range of the athletic depart ment is immense and this is due in no small part to Maurice Zarchen. In

a

year where

most of the

budget cutting look

headlines, il became ap

parent that Ihe URI athlelic program would not be immune. Programs had lo eliminated

be

the

and

Athletics decided to

cut

Director

of

number oi

a

sports, including wrestling This is where the water started lo boil, Alan Nero, the former URI wrestling coach who built the

wrestling program England power, decided

inlo

New

a

dig a little department

to

and he accused the athlelic of the was

improprieties. The task force that subsequently set up found no illegal within the department. Some of practices may have been ques

misuses

the

tionable, hlowever, il

that Zar

seems

chen's

only intentions were lo help the University, It seems Ihal Nero, instead of trying to save the wrestling program he held Maurice

so

dear, rather decided Zarchen

under

program. The apparent athlelic department

ed, however

we

to

with

the the

practices by cannot

cannot

pull

be condon

lose

sight

of

the fact that "Zarch" has put logether a fine program which includes recent

membership "It

of

worst

aboul

was

tfie best of times, it

somehow

a

to

seems

the

Tolstoy quote different

Maurice

Zarchen

Tootell

the Director oi Athletics. Thus

place, epitomize the

University of Rhode Island Department of Athletics Ihis past year. In a University that is constantly surrounded by con

troversy, the

most

tame out

of this

Zarchen

was

The rods to the present program hold as early in 1962 when

lool<

This

times."

different time,

a

was

controversial

department.

accused

of

news

Maurice

misusing

as

replaced

Frederic

began a new era of sports at URI. The growth of Ihe sports program paralleled and even surpassed Ihe tremendous growth of Ihe University in the 60's and 70's. The athletic program was a source of pride for both alumni and students

deparlment giving out athletic equipmeni as gifts and giving scholarships to non-athletes.

alike. In the past few years, the Universi ty has boasted of a sailing team that was

However these accusations

team

funds which includ

athletic

ed

proven. All

they

was to

a

pul

seemed to

dark cloud

URI athlelic tradition.

were never

accomplish proud

over a

top-ranked

in Ihe country, a wrestling won Ihe New England

which has

Championship

as

long

as

I

remember, basketball teams brought the entire URI community

can

that lo its

into the Eastern B. As I first

heard of Zarchen was

referred

lo

a

few years ago, he

as

"Emperor

Mo."

Well, the emperor has stepped down from his bul his ac throne,

complishments -

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began

May 24th and lasted

on

until May 31st. These dates mark the final week at U.R.l, for Ihe graduating

class. How better than with

lo

celebrate Ihe week

series of events that allowed

a

the seniors their last

ing an

the "real world.

opportunity

to

before enter

fling '

see

It gave everyone faces that hadn't

in months, if not years. It also gave everyone a chance to be with the that Ihey were so close to in people

been

seen

their years here, and that Ihey may never have a chance to go "off the wall" with again. All thoughts of partings with friends

wilh the University were aside so that the primary pur

pushed

or

pose of the week could be fulfilled. That purpose to have as good of a time as humanly possible; and so it was. The

Week

Senior

Committee

began organizing

Ihe week

November of the

previous

as

early

as

year. With

a

group of fourteen members, the committee devised a schedule of eight core

different events

events,

being

ficult task to

new.

with It

four

was a

of

long

organize these

these

and dif

events

and

keep Ihe prices reasonable, bul through light budgeting, a hard working still

group

of

organized still

were

seniors

and

their

advisor

very successful week and able to have enough money a

left for

a

Gift lo Ihe

very substantial Senior Class

of foods to stuff themselves with. The

University Library.

same

The week

drink, partying,

filled wilh food, ioy, and a lot of laughs. was

The week

began

on a

the

Year's

Eve

New

Sunday night

at

Ihe

in

Dance

Memorial Union Ballroom, This event seemed fo was

yet

started

to come in

every event Ihat th^i the evening

off

slow

epitomize rather

then

but

everyone started to loosen up and by the end of the evening no one wanted to leave. The

balloons may have been

slightly deflated, but the spirits ot Ihe seniors certainly weren't. The next evening, the Medieval Dinner in "The Ram's Castle" came off as a huge suc cess. The king and queen's dinner guests had

lo

contend with

a

full meal

of any utensils what and were entertained by jug

without the soever

use

glers, minstrels, jesters,

and musiiijns,

Many of Ihe guests even had to per form themselves, as per request of the king and queen, so that they would be allowed to go to the "canterbury." The week continued with the

Hap

py Hour at Ihe Comber and of course the semi-formal al Shamrock Cliffs Both

extremely well, Thursday morning

events weni off

the Brunch seniors

[ D I E V A L D I N N E R COMBE

on

were

treated

to a

as

did

where

wide variety

evening,

the Sunset Cruise went

better than anyone could have imagin ed The weather was perfect, and there were two

boats this year

to

handle the

high demand for Ihis event. Madness prevailed on both boats as incidents of skipping rope, bunny hopping, snake dancing, limbo dancing, and just out and out partying were reported The final day of senior week was the first and only wet one. Bul il wasn't wet enough to dampen Ihe spirits of seniors al the Western Outing al Step ping Stone Ranch, Brothers Unrelated played some good down home music and a fine buffet of "western-style" food

laid

was

out. Some

adventurous

cowboys and cowgirls even took a horseback ride or a hayride. That evening the final event, the Patio Dance, had to be moved indoors on

account

of rain, almost

as

if

by tradi

tion, Bul wilh the music ot the

Ralph

Stuart Band and another contemporary band, no one seemed lo mind. And so

the week ended the

begun,

way it had Amidst all Ihe

same

successfully. drunkenness, partying, very

and

insane

behavior, the bottom line is simply

good

time

was

had

by

all.

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QUIZ

or

How to tell if you have wasted four years Had to go to Keany for 5 points

(add registration

up your

points

on

the

right)

Made it to ail your 8 AM classes 10 points

loined any student organization 5 points for each a book in the Library in under 20 minutes J points Went to at least one University Theater Production

Found

4

Spent

points

15 minutes or 5 points

more

trying

to find

a

parking space

Then found a parking space within 10 minules of campus 3 points Went to at least four consecutive Happy Hours at the Pub 10 points

Visited each of the least

following

local establishments at

once:

Iggy's, Lilly's, Giro's, U-club, Mew's, Milt's, The Point, Bon Vue, Schiller's, The Beachcomber, Ceaser's, Terminisi's, The Rathskeller, Twin Willows, Bonnet Lounge,

Casey's. 2 points for each Wished for snow that would shut down classes 3 points on meals Used all your meal ticket book 4

points

Lived Down-the-Line 5 points Pulled at least 2 all-nighters in one academic year 10 points Skipped classes to go to the beach 5 points Went to five home games in any sport 6 points Played frisbee or football on the quad 3

Went to

points

see a

sunrise

on

the beach

7 points Got

a

parking ticket 5 points

from the campus

police

Paid the fine for the parking ticket subtract 5 points Had your car towed from campus 5 points

Switched your 4

major points for each

time

Got locked out of your dorm room 3 points Slept through an 8 o'clock class 3

points

Score: Greater than 1 10

-

Made the most out of your four years.

You should have gone drinking more. 50 to 80 You should have gotten more involved. Less than 50 What have you been doing here anyway? You must have been sleeping the last four years.

80 to 110

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GRADUATION

THE FINAL LINE The final line. Once again we were made to stand in a line as we had so many times since we first entered the University of Rhode Island, There were the lines at registration, the bool<store, the There bank, the bursar's office was always another line. But somehow this one was different. As we stood there we were over come with feelings of joy, ner vousness, maybe even regret. All the pageantry surrounded us as our friends and families looked on with pride. The line, that final line, slowly began to move towards the quad. Various faculty marshals led us on, as they had so many times in the past years. At first it seemed as if the commencement ceremonies would not even take place on the A few months before the quad. graduation, it was announced that the ceremonies would be located at Meade Field, the first time that the ceremony would have been held there. The reason for the planned change in site was, of course, due to financial reasons. However, because of a large number of protests and lack of time to sufficiently plan the Meade Field ceremony, the quadrangle was once again chosen as the site of the graduation. Everything look.

.

.

ed

as

once

if it

were

again there

to foil the

going well, was

an

but

attempt

quadrangle ceremony. This attempt was made by nature as rain had fallen the two previous days and was threatening to come down again on graduation day. But the sun prevailed so that at half past one o'clock on May thirtyfirst. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-one, the Ninety-Fifth Com mencement excercises of the University of Rhode Island began. The quadrangle was lined with flags and banners. The pro cessional music filled the air. And the graduates took their places. The ceremony began as various speakers addressed the graduating class, their friends, and their families. Rhode Island General Treasurer, Anthony Solomon, and Chairman of the Board of Regents for Education, Albert Carlotti, bestowed greetings upon the class. Michael Sousa addressed the class as the student speaker while Warren Smith, an English Professor at U.R.l. who was retiring after 39 years here was the official com mencement speaker. Many of the day's speakers keyed around the same topic that had hung over the University throughout the academic year. That topic was of course, the financial problems that

have faced U.R.l. in recent years. The ceremony was, as always, op timistic for the future. Both the future of the graduates and the future of the University. A fresh breeze blew as the reached its final ceremony minutes. The bells from Davis Hall sounded as they had so many times in the past four years. But this time the bells seemed to be much more than the simple plea sant sounds they had been in the past. They seemed to be ringing in the future for the graduates. A reminder that this ceremony was indeed a commencement, a begin ning, rather than a termination. As all the degrees were con ferred a feeling of elation swept through the graduating class. The Alma Mater was then sung as many of the graduates sang along. Then following the benediction, the graduates scattered around campus to receive their degrees. And so the ceremony was over as quietly as it had begun. 1,904 bachelor's degrees and 493

graduate degrees were awarded. It was truly a ceremony which marked the beginning, the com mencement, for the class of 1981. The best of luck to them all. W.K. -

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Alan W,; 36 Woburn Road, Rumford, Rl 02916 ^' Abbott, lean A,; 75 Ocean Avenue, Cranston, Rl 02905 Abboll, lohn D,; 4 Kimberly Court. Cumberland, Rl 02864 Aberic, Lee M,; 104 1 Ogden Sl Apt 309, Denver, CO 802 18 Abraham, lames L,; 27 Bullocks Pl, Ave,, E, Providence, Rl 02865 ' Ackerman, Brenda |,; 50 Franca Drive, Bristol, Rl 02809 Ackemian, Peter D,; PO 159, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Adams, Vanessa A,; 77 Sumner Avenue, Central Falls, Rl 028^3 Africk, Davina C; 84 Marbury Avenue, Pawtucket. Rl 02860 Agaliello, Nancy E.; 34 Highland Road. Bristol. Park. Rl U2809 Agins, Nancy E.; 22 Hemlock Drive. Clifton Park, NY 12065 Aguiar, Paul; 30 Lawrence St.. Cranston, Rl 02910 Ahem, Kathleen; 5 Boxwood Dr East Greenwich, Rl OM 18 Ahlere, Douglas C; 50 Billow Road, Old Lyme. CT 0637 I Ajami, Ann Marie; 39 Norfolk Avenue. Pawtucket. Rl 0286 !

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Airiero, Robert |.; 2 Champion Street, Westerly, Rl 02891 Alkins, Mitchell M,; 90 Stonedale RoaiLMarwick, Rl 02889 AlUrd, Philip S.; 245 Phillips Sireet. No-Kgslon. Rl 02852 Wllegrini, Carolyn A.; PO Box 1226. Waterbury CT 0672 1

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Balestra, Stephen; 8 Ivy Place, Lincoln, Rl 02865 Ballou, Cheryl A,; 10 Oberline Drive, North Smithfield, Rl 02895 Ballou, Martha J.; 290 Mendon Rd North Smithfield, Rl 02895 Bankes, Harry E,; 11 Blais Avenue. Cranston. Rl 02920 Bannon, John P.; 6 Edgehill Ave., Lincoln. Rl 02865 Baratta, Suzanne; 138 Ridge Street, Arlington, MA 02174 Baibaria, William J,; 103 Madeleine Ave., Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Baibosa, Michelle; 58 Bliss Sireel, East Providence, Rl 029 14 Barden, Timothy J,; 69 Princeton Avenue, Coventry, Ri 02816 Barnes, Steven M,; 77 Cedar Indian Road, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Barone, Robert W,; 700 Greenville Avenue, Johnston, Rl 02919 Barrett, David M,; 19 Walker Road, Atkinson, NH 0381 1 Barrett, Joel D,; 185 Main St., Wakefield, Rl 02879 Barrie, David G,; 1329 New London Ave,, Cranslon, Rl 02920 Bam'tt, Timothy P,; 173 Warren Ave., Boston, MA 021 16 Barron, Douglas T,; Country Drive. Kenyon. Rl 02836 Banrow, Timoihy H.; Wedgewood Dr .Middlrloun, R| 02840 Baiszcz, Eric; 14 King Philip Road, Narragansett, Rl 112882 Batista, Jose L,; 269 High Street, Ciiinherlancl, Rl 02864 Batista, Maria F.; 269 High Street, ( umberland, Kl 02864 Bauer, Karen L,; 1041 Beechlawii Tprrace, Orangf, CT 06477 Baxter, William 1,; 5 Oakridge Court, Warwick, Rl 02886 Beagen, Michael; 19 I Mberland Place, Providence, Rl 02909 Beam, Gregory J,;47 Sasapequan Plac^,f airfield, CT 06430,-1^^ Rl 029M|^' Bean, Ma^orie H,; 77 Mountain Bealtie, Barbara A,; Main Beattie, Kim; RR 2 Bl Beaudin, Kevi

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Amato, David V.; RFD 4, Providence. Rl 02916 Anderson, Beveriy M.; ftidcrson, lanel R.; Falls, Nl 07424 .Anderson, Kenneth W.;10 Cavalier Rd Klarragansetl, Rl 02882 Anderson, Nancy A,; 42 Hazel St.. Pawtuckel. Rl 02860 iderson, Patricia S.; 2944 Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland, Rl 02864 indersson, Gail f ,; Kantyxegatan 3B 42 147, Vastra Frolunda Swefs 00000 Robert |,; Chapel Slri-et, Block Island, Rl 02809 J Andrade. llJilBAndrews, Tracy L.; PO Box 4 1 3, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Andrews, Trach L.; lioii 413. Saunderstown, Rl 0287^ Angell, ludith D.; .Maliny Rd Rid 2. Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Annarummo, Peter F.; 9 1 3 Main Sireet, Warren, Rl 02885 Annarummo, Stephen D,; 27 Dewolf Ave,, Bristol. Rl 02809 Anler, John G.; 147 Cowden Sireel, Central Falls, Rl 02863 Anihony, Cheryl L; 18 Fenwick Road, Riverside, Rl 02915 Aibige, Bonnie M,; Prospect Ave. Apl 2A, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Archer, lynn S,; 19 Lantern Lane, Amherst, MA 01002

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Ardilo, Michael |,; 29 Franklin Streel, Newporl, Rl 02840 Arfia, Salvatore M,; 865 Main Avenue, Warwick, Rl 0288b

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1 C; RD 2 Box 336 .Mohican Rd., Blairstown, Nl 07825 l,PamS,;81 Shirley Boulevard, Cranston, Rl 02910 y A,; 109 Robeson Streel, Ne\\ Bedford, MA 02740 BelcSnK, Gary R,; 77 Cushing Road, Wari\ it k, Rl 02888 BeSsle, Renay M.; 240 lenckes Sireel, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Bellaire, Nancy L; 100 Caswell Sl Exl Apt 14, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Bellavance, Barry; New Road, Moosup, CT 06354 Bellows, Marjorie E,; 9 Rabbit Trail Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 Bennett, Lee M.; 2i Morningside Avenue, Natick, MA 01760 Benson, David A,; 266 Vineyard Road, Warwick, Rl 02889 Bentiey, Diane; 18 Lucas Sireet, Pawtuckel, Rl 02860 Benza, Brett S,; 15 Pouting Rock Rd Mahopac, NY 1054 I Berard, Gerald M,; 764 Dexter Streel, Central Falls, Rl 02863 Berard, Marc P,; 106 Cottage Sireet, Woonsockel. Rl 02895 Bereza, Sandra J,; 19 Saratoga Blvd,, Cloversville, NY 12078 Berg, Susan M,; 50 Sunnyside Avenue, Pleasantvllle, NY 10570 Berg, Suzannah M,; 203 Coggeshall Avenue, Newport, Rl 02840 Berger, Patricia A,; 2 I Polowomut Road, Norlh Kingstown, Rl 02852 Berlam, Paul F,; 57 Lancaster Avenue, Warwick Rl 02886 Bertin, Kim J,; 105 1 Fordham Lane, Woodmere, NY 1 1598 Berman,BaibaraR,;99Southwesl Avenue, |ameslown,RI 02835 Beitnan, Michael A,; 16 Ann Strci-t, Verona, N| 07044 Bernard, Dayid E,; 48 Merrill Road, Watertown, MA 02 172 Bernard, Paul R,; 34 Craig Road, Warwick, Rl 02886 Bernard!, John R.; 71 Bell Street, Claslonbury, CT 06033 Beron, Maureen T,; 50 Alfred Drowne Road, Barrington, Rl 02806 Berrigan, Russell A-95 Massasoill Avenue, Cranston, Rl 02905 Bertz, Pamela |,;203 Pear Tree Drive, Camillus, NY 13031 Besky, Andrea ?.; 25 Cedar Dr North Slonington, CT 06359 Bessette, Kathleen J,; 22 Robin Lane, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Bestoso, Mark W,; 336 Cibbs Ave,, Newport, Rl 02840 Betlez, Ronald; 5 Dawley St,, Coventry, Rl 028 16 Beuth, Joseph H.; ) Cavanaugh Court, Saunderstown, Rl 02874 Bianchi, Henry J,; Shore Road Box 360, Westerly, Rl 0289 1 Bianco, Caria R,; 66 Callan Sireet, Providence, Rl 02908 Bicknell, lacquelin; Box 198 RR 1, Saunderstown, Rl 02874 Billinglon, Timothy E,; 4600 Duke Sl. Apt 1 102, Alexandria, VA 22304 Birdy, Charlyne A,; 8 Granada Terr, Middletown, Rl 02840 Birkle, Christine |,; 145 Laurelwood Road, Groton, CT 06340 Birtwislle, Kenneth R,; 79 Richland Road, Cranslon, Rl 029 10 Bishop, Karen A.; 180 Perkins Row, Topsfield, MA 01983 Bissonnette, Debora A,; 421 Welles Streel, Woonsockel, Rl 02895 Bissonnette, Rose C; 58 Annette Avenue, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Black,Lynn M,; 23i) Douglas Road, Warwick, Rl 02886 ,

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Atkins, Kristine M,; 1 10 Ohio Ave,, West Springfield, MA 01089 Aubin, Daniel P,; RFD Main Streel, Carolina, Rl 02812 Aubin, Diane I,; 1 19 Holland Avenue, Riverside, Rl 02915 AuKjin, Cheryl A.; 64 Cypress Drive, Cranslon, Rl 02320 Auguslyn, Waller |,; 73 Unit Sireet, Providm^Hil OTOJ Avarisia, Paula ),; 50 Rotary Drive, |ohnslon?Rro2919 Avery, Mary Ann; 40 Kenyon Road, Waterford,CT 06385 KtAiar, lacob A,; 9 Kepler Street, Providence, Rl 0*TO ir, Joseph; 98 Shawmul Ave Central Falls, Rl 02863 'Azzinaro, Lynn M.; 3 Narragansi-ll Drive, Westerly, Rl 0289 1 Babbit, Elyse M,; 1 12 Nottingham Road. Manhassel Hills, NV 1 1040 Babcock, Judith M,; 82 Summer Sjre^New LontlaR CT 06320 Baeza, Elaine A,; 79 Eastnor Rd, E Baffoni, Sharon L,; Countryside Driv"! Baffoni, Susan A,; Country Side Dr !_ Baggerder, John A,; 7 Witham Slrett,Tynnfiel9 Leslie A,; 309 Rumstick Rd

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Blum, Scott M,; 43 Lawrence Drive, North White Plains, NY 10603 Boehmer, Kristian L,; Box 127, Monhegan Island, ME 04852

Boisse, Raymond G,; 178 Coyle Avenue, Pawtucket, Rl 02861 Boisvert, David A,; 85 Lenox Ave., West Warwick, Rl 02893 Boisvert, Kathryn E,; 68 Leaf St., West Warwick, Rl 028^3 Bonenfant, Bruce G,; 27 Liverpool St,, Warwick, Rl 02886 Bood, Linda I,; 221 Trinity St,, Warwick, Rl 02886 Booth, Cynthia A,; 25 Baltimore Streel, Millis, MA 02054 Borchalooe, Masaud A,; IntI Stud Lower College Rd Kingslon. Rl 02881 Borden, Spencer K,; 37 Eddy St., Cranston, Rl 02920 Boreri, Karla M,; 3 Sachuest Dr., Middletown, Rl 02840 Boscher, Catherine; 53 Hagan Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 Botelho, Robert A,; 30 Nickerson St., Cranston, Rl 02910 Bottomley, Sharon R,; 30 Mattabassett Street, Kensington, CT 06037 Bouchard, Mary L; 15 Indian Run, Peace Dale, Rl 02883 Boucher, Richard; 25 High St,, Warwick, Rl 02886 Boucher, Susan B,; 27 HiUcrest Road, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Boudreau, Patricia A,; 1 1 Wasp Rd. N Kingstown, Rl 02852 Boudreau, Richard A,; 19 Wood Streel, Providence, Rl 02909 Bouffard, Patricia A,; 19 Farnum Streel, Pawtuckel, Rl 02861 Bouley, Janice I.; 4512 N, Saginaw Rd Apt 1 1 17, Midland, Ml 48640 Bousquet, Robert A,; 109 Pembroke Lane, Coventry, Rl 02816 Boussy, Teresa A.; 16 Mt. Vernon Street, Braintree, MA 02 184 Bouthillier, James D,; 18 Whalen Dr Lincoln, Rl 02865 * Bouvier,Roy I,; 3 Congdon St., Coventry, Rl 02816 Bowen, Andrew D,; 544 Grosvenor Ave,, Montreal, Quebec, FS 00000 Bowen, John E,; 40 Falima Road, Warwick, Rl 02886 E>onna 27 Rl 02886 C; Boyajian, Winnisquam Drive, Warwick, Boylan-Fowie, M, Bizabeth; 84 Gateway Road, North Kingslown, Rl 02852 Boza, John; 220 Mt, Pleasant St New Bedford, MA 02745 Indian Trail, Saunderstown, Rl 02874 BoHMgmir.Mill^va; 226 Bozorgniir,N6u5iafa;4 Tafl Hall URI, Kingslon, Rl 0288 1 Brackenbury, Mark D,; 190 Brookhaven Road, Norlh Kingstown, Rl 02852 Kenneih A,; 56 Perkins Avenue, Westerly, Rl 02891'" |Bradley, lael T,; 4 Elm Road, Wakefiet I Dolores M,;216 Lowden St fii^^et, Rl 02860 Peter C,; PO Box 9482, Provident, Rl 02^40 Bray, Carta M,; 27 Normandy Road, Wakefield, Rl 02879 BreauH, Diane; 94 Alice Avenue, Woonsockel, Rl 02895 Breault, Marguerite M,; 34 Brook Streel. Central Falls, Rl 02863 Breault, Victor A.; 34 Brook St., Ceniral Falls, Rl 02863 Breen, James H,; 330 River Avenue, Providence, Rl 02908 Brelsford, Henry T,; 25 Sherman Street, East Providence, Rl 02915 Brennan, John F,; Old River Road, Lincoln, Rl 02865 Brennan, Kathleen M.; 24 Union Drive, North Kingstown, Rl 02852 Brenner, Marylouise E.; 21 Park Street, Newport, Rl 02840 Breslin, Patrida; 1 2 I Fuller Street, Pawtucket, Rl 02861 Briand, Daniel J,; 54 Van Buren Street, Taunton, MA 02780 I St, Pawiucket, Rl 02860 Road, Wheaton, IL 60187 et, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 East Greenwich, Rl 02818 fwgoo Valley Road, Slocum, Rl 02877 Brown, Arleen R,; 88 Flower Drive, Hamden, CT 06518 Brown, Eric J,; 32 Carnage Dr Glastonbury, CT 06033 Brown, Holly J,; 3 1 Eisenhower Drive, Coventry, Rl 02816 Brown, Jody D,; PO Box 247, Kingston, Rl 02881 Brown, Phyllis C; 263 (jlifornia Avenue, Providence, Rl 02905 Brownell, Peler R; 45 Kay Sireet. Newport, Rl 02840 Browning, Valerie L; RFD 1 Carpenter Rd., Hope, Rl 02831 Brucato, Mary J.; 345 Osgood 51 North Andover, MA 01845 Brucker, Paul W.; 9 Virginia Lane, Simsbury, CT 06070 Bruneau, Marc G; 128 Cameron St, Pawtucket, Rl 02861 Bmno, Stephen M,; 748 Forest Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538 Brash, Russell G,; Greenville Road, North Scituate, Rl 02857 Bruzzese, Raymond F,; 1 Rose Hill Drive, lohnston, Rl 02919 Buchanan, Cheryt A.; 23 Rhode Island ^venue Narragansetl, Rl 02882 Buchanan, Judith; 33 High Street, Plainville MA 02762 Buchynsky, Uda M.; 64 Garden Street Cumberland Rl 02864 Buffinton, John A,; Box 104 Bay View Jamestown Rl 02835 Buma, Rebecca A,; Ferry Road, Bristol Rl 02809 Bunn, Sally; 182 Tullamore Road Garden City, N1^ Bunzel, Heather; 159, Pond Sireet Winchester, Buonocore, Ann M.; 21 Alger Place Newlondi Bunomo, Geralyn M.; 49 Morrison Street Burke, Debra F,; 55 Model Ave, Warwick, RO" Burke, Kenneth J,; 16 Deer Sireet Rumford Rl 02916 Bumham, Leslie A,; Birchwood Drive CDmberland Rl 02864 "

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Butcher, Elliott A,; 314 W, Ralisode Av Englewood, N| 07631 Butler, Lawrence P., 83 Cowie Streel, Newporl, Rl 02840 Buttenbaum, Margaret; 6 lack Pine Rd Coventry, Rl 02816 Byrd, Marshall C; 1 1 Berkely Ave,, Holly House, Newport, Rl 02840 Cabral, Steven M,; PO Box 33, Hope, Rl 02831 Cadorette, Gerard E,; 09234 Celtic Street, Northridge, CA 91326 Cafolla, Peggy M,; 13 MacArthur Blvd,, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Caggiano, Kalhy A,; Honey Hill Trail, Georgetown, CT 06829 Cagnon, Richard A,; Camp Dixie Road, Pascoag, Rl 02859 Cairone, Carol J.; Mapleville Rd., Chepachet, Rl 02814 Caito, John P 552 Kingstown Rd., Peacedale, Rl 02883 Calabrese, Kathleen S,; 5 Spring Hill Drive, lohnston, Rl 02919 CaldweU, Cecilia I,; 37 Mercer Hill Rd., Ambler, PA 19002 Calise, Archie; 217 Carieton Street, Providence, Rl 02908 Calise, Elaine C; 4 Brighton St., Providence, Rl 02909 Call, Karen J,; 4 lohnson Avenue, Salem, NH 03079 Callen, Dennis R,; 14 Rosewood St., Pawiucket, Rl 02860 Calllgano, Dyan E,; 190 Atlantic Avenue, Warwick, Rl 02888 Calza, Karyn D,; 15 Rose Tree Garden Apts A13, Ridgefield Nl Cambio, Margaret; 205 Dora Street, Providence, Rl 02909 Camparone, George; 123 Berlin 5l Providence, Rl 02908 Campbell, Frank R,; 110 Cresl Dr., Pawtucket, Rl 02861 Campbell, John; 34 Birchwood Road, Wilmington, MA 01887 Campbell, Robert G,; 279 Col lohn Gardner, Narragansett Rl 02882' Cancillieri, Stephen |,; 51 N 6th Sireet, Kenilworth, N) 07033 Cannala, Anthony 1,; 54 Garden Street, Cranston, Rl 02910 Cannavaro, Antoinette; 3 So Cornell -Ave Warren, Rl 02885 Canning, Brian A,; 31 Halherly Road, Wallham, MA 02154 Cannon, Paul R,; 73 High St., Fairfield, ME 04937 .^ J^ Cantrell, Jay D,; PO Box 45, lamestown, Rl 02835 Caolo, Alan C; 483 Allantic Ave,, Wesieriy, Rl 01089 W Cappuccio, Louis M,; 1 3 Top St,, Westerly, Rl 0289 1 Caramadre, Joseph A,; 459 Budlong Road, Cranslon, Rl 02920 Carand, Robert A,; 5 1 Roger Williams Dnve, lohnston, Rl 029 19 Cardarellt, William H,; 2037 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence, Rl ,

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Cardi, Paula A,; 34 Riley Drive, Riverside, Ri 02915 Cariey, Cheryl M,; 40 Old Carriage Road, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Cartson, lohn J,; 1658 Slratfield Road, Fairfield, CT 06432 -^, Carlson, John W,; 1 5 Lawrence Street, West Boylston, MA 01583 Carmody, Margaret A,;in Warren Avenue, Spring Lake, NJ 07762 Carmody, Thomas F,; 145 Cushing Road, Warwick, Rl 02888 Camevale, Anthony C,; 785 Victory Highway, RFD 3, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Caron, John; Hunlinghouse Road, North Scituale, Rl 02857 Carpenter, Susan E,; 6 Tara Way, Lincoln, Rl 02865 Ca-T, Emily C; Old Boston Neck Road, Saunderstown, Rl 02B74 Caneiro, Diane M,; 89 Wampanoag Drive, Portsmouth, Rl 02871 Carrellas, Robert A,; 24 Dudley Ave,, Newport, Rl 02840 Camill, David; 1460 Elm Street Apt 332B, Stratford, CT 06497 Carroll, Nancy L; Twin Oaks Vill, Oakland St Mansfield, MA 020483 Carter, Timoihy T.; Durham Road, New Gloucester, ME 04260 Casey,Wendy A.; 54 Tanglewood Drive, East Greenwich, Rl 02818 Cassidy, Cariy D,; Beckwith Hall, Apt F-1, Gunnison, CO 81230 Castaldi, Robyn A,; 14 Fraternity Circle Kingslon, Rl 02881 Castellone, Frances A,; 78 Burton Lane, Commack, NY 1 1725 Caster, Reed K,; 190 Capron Farm Road, Warwick, Rl 02886 Castigliego, Donna M,; 5 Holly Lane, Bristol, Rl 02809 Castigliego, Joann M,; Five Holly Lane, Bristol, Rl 02809 Catanzaro, Donna E,; 288 Pollers Avenue, Warwick, Rl 02886 Calone.Jane E,; 2 156 Oakwood Place, Elmont, NY 11003 CavaBo, Michael A,; 69 Notre Dame Ave,, Cumberland, Rl 02864 Cazzetta, lohn C; 3 Stonehenge Drive, Simsbury, CT 06070 Cesaro, Michael D,; Richard Street, Smilhfield, Rl 02917 A,; 121 PemBfijIse Ave,, Wan^i^ick, Rl 02889 A,; 411 Camp Kingstown, Rl 02818 ChafMl'eter H,; 55 Peabody Warwick, Rl 02889 ChaWllMichael J,; 40 Wells AveSue, Congers, NY 10920 Chamberlain, Thomas M,; 28 Edgemont Ave,, Waterville, ME 04901 Chamberlin, Richard M,; 95 Milris Blvd,, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Champeon, John E,; 50 Courl Sireel, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426 Champigny, Robert R,; PO Box 1 32 1 Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Chang, Dorothy S.; 13 Altin Road, Kingston, Rl 02881 Chapin, Ellen E,; 57 Stiness Drive, Warwick, Rl 02886 Charelie, Elizabeth M,; 232 South Main Streel, Covenlry, Rl 02816 Chasanoff, Mathew; 2493 Walters Court, Bellmore, NY 11710 Chase, Thomas E,; 285 E, Main Rd Portsmouth, Rl 02871 Chenard, Stephen D,; 207 Benjamin Streel, Pawtucket, Rl 02861 Cherry, Cheryl L,; 1 Sleere Lane, Coventry, Rl 02816 Chiaradio, Joann; 2 West Drive, Westerly, Rl 02891 Chiffcr, lohn M,; 197 William Sireel, Glastonbury, CT 06033 Chin, Matthew J,; 45 Morningside Drive, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Chiv, Vann H,; 3 Longfellow Ter., Providence, Rl 02907 e, Denise M,; 1 Beveriy Rd North Kingstown, Rl 02852 Ihoquette, Lynne M,; 8 Dover Street, Pawtucket, Rl 02860 Choy, Robert L; 60 Palm Blvd,, Norlh, Warwick, Rl 02888

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Courchaine, Glenn C; 1 56 Pleasant Streel, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Coumoyer, Cheryl A,; 44 Circledale Drive, Cumberiand, Rl 02861 Michael D,;PO Box 502, Saunderstown. Rl 02874 vid N.; 9 Tomahawk Court, Warwick, Rl 02886 A,; PO Box D, Kingston, Rl 0286 1 Hope B,; 40 Robinson St., Narragansetl, Rl 02882 "

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Craine, Susan E,; 20 1 Newbury Sl Brockton. MA 0240 1 Craven, Kalhy R.; 20 Chestnut Road, Norlh Kingslown, Rl 02852 Craven, Robert E,; 20 Cheslnul Road, Norlh Kingstown, Rl 02852 Crawford, Cameron F,; 38 Dayview, Tiverton, Rl 02878 Crawford, John E,; P O Box 247, Kingston, Rl 02881 Crawford, Tammie E,; 28 Beach Road, Bristol, Rl 028O9 Crawford, Jr John P,; 121 Central Ave,, West Caldwell, Nl 07006 Creighlon, Elizabeth M,; 454 River Ave,, Providence, Rl 02908 ,

Cremer, Brian S,; 59 Clifford Dr,, W. Hartford, CT 06107 Crepeau, Gary R,; 266 Park Place, Woonsocket, Rl 02895

Creswick, Bernard C; 130 Gulf Streel, Warwick, Rl 02886 Crevier, Denise; 25 Wendy Way, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Cliscione, Steven P,; IS Westhlll Circle, Cranston, Rl 02920 Crivellone, Marilyn S,; 42 Walton Ave,, Cranston, Rl 02910 Croce, Marion; 132 Glen Ridge Road, Cranston, Rl 02920 Crocker, Bartiara A,; 23 Donna Ave,, Cranslon, Rl 02920 Crompton, Gail A,; 29 Union Sl Lincoln, Rl 02865 Crompton, Michael H,; 29 Union Street, Lincoln, Rl 02865 Cronin, Colleen J,; 26 Tupelo Trail, Nan-agansetl, Rl 02882 Crossley, Robert W.; 41 Farmland Rd Warwick, Rl 02889 Cfuise, Marti S,; 12 Hampden Avenue, Brockton, MA 02401 CuBy, William E,: 8 Birch St Narragansett, Rl 02882 Culotia, Samuel A,; 293 Nanaquaket Road, Tiverton, Rl 02878 Curran, Daniel P,; 4 Brae Street, Norlh Providence, RI029 1 1 Curran, Mark D,; 1 Azalea Road, Newbury Port MA 01950 Curran, Matthew 1,; 1 1 Ole Pine Road, \'arrj);,inielt Rl 02881 Curran, Richard P,; 44 Pound Hollow Road, Glen Head, NY 11545 Curtis, Jeffrey A,; 60 Narragansetl Avenue, Narragansell, Rl 02882 Curtis, Lauren A.; Eastnor Cl,, Newport, Rl 02840 Cynar, Skip J,; 43 Cross Road, Waterford, CT 06385 D'Aguanno, Debra J,; 172 Stony -Vcre Drive, Cranston, Rl 02920 Dacey, John J,; 37 Pine Street, Bedford, MA 01730 Dalesio, Wayne S,; 20 Bloomingdale Avenue, Pawtucket, Kl 02860 Daly, Maureen A,; 65 Lamberl Street, Narragansetl, Rl 02882 Dame, Lisa A,; 27 Browne Sireet, Cranston, Rl 02920 Damico, Thomas M,; 259 Potter Road, North Kingstov\ n, Rl 02852 Dandrea, Norman E.; 522 Algonquin Drive, WarsMck, Rl 1)2888 Danforth, William W,; 12 English Road, Sudbury, MA 0 1776 Dansercau, Kathleen M,;63 iienliridge Ave, Warwick, Rl 02888 Daponte, Seraphin |,; 23 Baker Streel, Bristol, Rl 02809 Darakjian, Silva A,; 107 Massasoil Avenue, Barrington, Rl 02806 Darezzo, Diane S,; 52 Versailles Streel, Cranston, Rl 02920 Darting, Mary-Ellen; 28 Ash Sireet, North Attleboro, MA 02760 Dallorro, Jon C; 1 379 Kingstown Rd, Apt IA, Kingston, Rl 02881 Dau, Dai Q.; PO Box 38 1 Kingston, Rl 02881 Davidson, Chy; 208 70 Grand Central Pkwy, Queens Village N^ 1 1Davis, Frederic; 91 1 York Ave,, Pawtucket, Rl 02861 Davis, Cordon G,; Box 1 16, Marlow, NH 03456 Davis, Peter E.; 1 55 Woonsocket Hill Road, Woonsocket, Rl 02895 Davis, Stephen A,; ID South Drive, Middletown, Rl 02840 Dawson, Linda J,; 6 V\ mdsor Road, Sttjneham, MA 02 180 Day, Duska J,; 10 Ft, Hill St,, Ft, Fairfield, ME 04742 Daylor, Stephen J,; 1 5 Arnold Road, lamestown, Rl 02835 DeBlois, Roland M,; 3 17 Inez Avenue, Warwick, Rl 02886 De Obaldia, Carios G,; 37 Lower College Rd,, Kingston, Rl 02881 Dean, Donald B,; 692 Chalkstone Ave,, Providence, Rl 02908 Deane, Michael S,; 407 Litchfield Avenue, Rogers, CT 05263 Decker, Deborah |,; 50 Moore Ave,, Binghamlon, NY 13903 Defeo, Kaihryn M,; Curtis Corner Road, Peace Dale, Rl 02879 Degen, Mary B,; 9 19 Harmon Drive, Larchmont, NY 10538 Degiulio, Michael |,; Pojac Point Road, Norlh Kingstown, Rl 02852 Degiulio, William B,; 13 Capri Drive, lohnston, Rl 02919 Degraff, Donald C; 137 Sayville Blvd,. Sayville. NY 1 1782 Dehertogh, Peter W.; Luther Dr Cumberland, Rl 02864 Dejesus, Debra E,; 89 Carman Sireet, Oanslon, Rl 02910 Delancey, Lisa S,; 6 Pond Meadow Drive, Marslons Mills, MA 02641 Delaney, Kevin I,; 165 Sakonnet Blvd Narragansett, Rl 02882 Delisle, David M,; 1 107 Stafford Road, Tiverton, Rl 02878 Dellaripa, Frank; 147 Collier Road, Wethersfield, CT 06 109 Delseslo, lohn J,; 173 Wayland Ave Cranslon, Rl 02920 Deluly, Harris S,; 39 Greylock Avenue, Cranslon, Rl 02910 Demeo, Anthony R,; Pier Vill Apt 1 IC Ocean Rd,, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Denneriein, Scoll W,; 36 Harvard Streel, Cresskill, Nl 07626 Dennis, Deborah A,; 16 Stockton Drive, Middletown, Rl 02840 Denomme, Denise M,; 13 Kingswood Drive, Coventry, Rl 0281b Der Bogosian, Charies A,; 20 Centerv ilie Road, Warwick, Rl 02886 Deragon, William R,; PO Box 485, Norlh Kingstown, Rl 02852 Descenzo, Richard A,; 89 Selma Sireel, Cranston, Rl 02920 Desilva, Annette M,; 1 Edison Drive, Sumrnit, NI0790I Desrosier, Susan M,; 15 Brighton Road, Wesi Hartford. CT 06117 Deslelano, Lois M.; 38 Ravenswood Ave,, Providence, Rl 0291 Devaney, lelf P,; 9 Round Hill Drive, Stamford, CT 06903 Devine, Connie Y,; West Shore Avenue, Groton Long Point,,! Devon, Dianne J,; 154 Pequot Trail, Easl Greenwich, Rl 02818 Dewald, Carey D,; 20 Pocconock Trail, Ridgel leld, CT 06877 Di Cola, Vilma M,; 18 Kennedy Blvd., Lincoln, Rl 02865 Di Giacinio, Luigia C; 1 18 Mt, Pleasant Avenue, Providence, Rl C Diamond, Margaret L,; 16 Montague Streel Providence, Rl 029f^ Dickens, Maurice E,; 30 Fairfield Dnve, Nonh Kingstown, Rl 028^ Dicrislofano, Louis; 163 Ledge Street, ProMtlence, Rl 02904 Difranco, Arthur L; 38 Central Streel, Warwii k, Rl 02686 Dillmann,Kari D,; 711 Post Road RFD 5, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Dimaltei, Stephen; 29 West Point Terrace, Tariffville. CT 0608 1 Dimatteo, John J,; Payne Road, Bethal, CT n<i8i ) l Dimitri, William C; 23 Benedict Sireet, Nonh I'mvidenc e, Rl 02904 ,

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Donnelly, Karen M,; 980 Green Hill Road, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Donoghue, Kathleen A,; Route 2 Liberty Lane, Exeler, Rl 02822 Donovan, Carole M,; 806 Market Street, Rockland, MA 02370 Donovan, Kathleen M,; 75 Anthony Street, East Providence, Rl 02914 Dooriey, Brian M.; 134 Strawberry Field Rd., Warwick, Rl 02886 Doran, Susan C; 290 South Rd., East Greenwich, Rl 02818 Dorey, Pamela; 20 Men-ill St., Newburyport, MA 01950 Domian, Sberri; Cedar Road, West Mystic. CT 06388

Dorsey, lackie; 25 Youngs Avenue, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Dosdourian, Marti G,; 1 17 Plantations Drive, Cranston, Rl 02920 Douglas, John P.; 1 1 5 Naples Ave., Providence, Rl 02908 Douglas, Phyllis T,;84 Cowie Sl,, Newport, Rl 02840 Dow, Eric G,; 19 Strawberry Hill, Andover, MA 0 1810 Doyle, William E.; 3 Hill Dr,, Johnston, Rl 02919 Dragon, Donald A,; 62 Palm Beach Ave,, Narragansell, Rl 02882 Drake, Doris L,; 21 Benefit St Taunton, MA 02780 Driver, Karen L,; RFD 1 Box 2S7-A, West Kingston, Rl 02892 Drammond, Cathie A,; 255 Parkwood Drive, Chicopee, MA 01013 Drury, Hope E,; 86 Sirathmore Road, Cranston, Rl 02905 Dnirv, John P,; 86 Sirathmore Rd,, Cranston, Rl 02905 Duarte, Aida M,; 4 Taft Hall URI, Kingslon, Rl 02881 Duarte, Joseph C; 18 Central Avenue, Farmingdale, Nl 07727

Dubois, Leonard A,; 31 Anderson Avenue, Warwick. Rl 02888 Duclos, lanice L; 10 Marlborough St., East Greenwich. Rl 02818 Duff, Marie E,; 520 West Ave,, Pawtucket, Rl 02850

Duffy, Barbara J,; Box 575 Rt 1, Westerly, Rl 02891 k, [XiHy, Kimberiy A,; 218 South Adelaide, Highland Park, N| 08904 Mary E,; 82 Hamlet Street, Pawtuckel, Rl 02861 Patricia A,; 5 Adelaide Avenue, Smilhfield, Rl 02917 Peter T,; 44 Foster Ln,, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Kenneth S,; Post Road, Charlestown, Rl 02808

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Emblelon, Arthur C; 3 First Sl,, Portsmouth, Rl 0287 1 Emery, Richard W,; 735 High St Cumberland, Rl 02864 ,

Enander, (Hark W,; 21 Drolet Avenue, Pawtuckel, Rl 02851'^' 17 Engelman, Kimberiy A,; Capron Road, Esmond, Rl 029 Epstein, Janel R,; 6 Kershner Place, Fair Lawn, N| 07410 07754 Epstein, Richard A,; 122 Hollywood Ave,, West Long Branch, Nj Erickson, Ingrid J,; 7 Mohegan Trail, Wesieriy, Rl 0289 I Erskine, Keith H,; 1 South Road, Apt 3-C, Kingslon, Rl 0238 1 Essex, David E,; 4 Blue Spruce Drive, Coventry, Rl 02816 Parsons Drive, West Hartford, CT 06 1 17 Everett, Mary C; 23 Clarke Sireel, lamestown, Rl 02835 Faber, Diane M,; 273 Hunt Street, Central Falls, Rl 02863 Michael J,; 3 Wedgewood Dr., Middletown, Rl 02840

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8 Burdick Road, Pearl River, NY 10965 Fairbrolhers, Robert E,; 268 River Avenue, Providence, Rl 02908 Fates, David E,; 481 Bullocks Pl Ave,, East Providence, Rl 02915 Faike, Anne M,; 1 Cowpens Nav, Roosevek Rd,, Ceiba, PR 00635 Fam, Yousri K,; 148 Kispert Court, Swansea, MA 02777 Fanelli, Carol A,; 1 578 Prospect Hill Streel, Newport, Rl 02840 Fanizzi, Peter J,; 96 Crowell Ave,, Slaten Island, NY 103 14 Fargnoli, Ralph P,; 37 Beaufort St Providence, Rl 02908 Farrell, Thomas J,; 130A Boone St., Narragansett, Rl 02882 Fay, Deirdre E,; Augsburg Elem. School, APO, NY 09178 Feldman, Michelle S,; 79 Far Horizon Drive, Monroe, CT 05468 Felhofer, Paul R,; 1 Admiralty Dr., Apl 5, Middletown, Rl 02840 Feller, Nancy; 12-29 Edward Street, Fair Lawn, N| 07410 Fernandes, Hirondin F,; 33 Hancock St,, Pawiucket, Rl 02860 Fernandes, Olilia M,; 57 Stansbury Street, Providence, Rl 02908 Ferriera, Janice D,; RFD Stale Road, Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 Ficarra, Stephen D.; 876 Chalkstone Ave,, Providence, Rl 02908 Field, Thomas A,; 15 Whippoorwill Road, Warwick, Rl 02888 Filonow, |r Sergi R,; 104 Edgewood Ave., Cranston, Rl 02905 Finn, Daniel F,; 19 Hemlock St., Narragansetl, Rl 02860 Finn, Elaine A,; 30 Hemlock Drive, Attleboro, MA 02703 Finn, Shannon I,; 1620 High Hawk Road, East Greenwich, Rl 02818 Fiore, John C; 43 Barslow Road, Warwick, Rl 02888 Fiore, Linda M,; 706 Fruit Hill Avenue, North Providence, Rl 0291 1 Fiorenzano, Lynn E,; 87 Todd Street, Warwick, Rl 02888 Fish, Arthur B,; 29 Balmoral Crescent, White Plains, NY 10607 Fishlock, Sandra L,; Woodbine Road, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Fitzgerald, Alice L; 80 Adams Drive, Portsmouth, Rl 0287 1 Fitzpatrick, Francis I,; 1 10 Garden Cily Drive, Cranston, Rl 02920 Hanagan, Robert E,; 2 Bray Lane, Bristol, Rl 02809 Hannery, Loreen D,; 50 Tally Ho Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877 Fleck, Michael P,; 40 Quannacut Road, Westerly, Rl 02891 Heming, Lisa H,; 72 Summer Sireel, Central Falls, Rl 02863 Fleurant, Monique A,; 3030 Mendon Road, Cumberland, Rl 02864 Flory, Dennis E,; 169 Upper Pattagansett Rd East Lyme, CT 06333 Flynn, Jennifer A,; 53 Dexterdale Road, Providence, Rl 02906 Flynn, Kevin M,; 4 Redwood Rd Denville, Nl 07834 Flynn Margaret C 155 Oakdale Kd North Kingstown Rl 02852 Hynn Michael T 57 Tuckerman Avenue Middletown Rl 02840 Foley Karen E 8 I Chatworth Ave Warwick klO'P86 Fonseca SheilahA 79 Ivan Sireet Apl 55 Norlh Proudence, Rl 02904 Fontaine Sharon M RR 2 Box 1616 Coventry RI07816 Fontes Francis P in Melody Lane lohnston Rl 029 19 Forchloiw John W 21 Mausn St Cranston Rl 029 10 4 400 4lh Street St Louis MO 63102 Foreman Helen M Apt 7^

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Francoeur, Donna L; 4 Cullen Hill Rd Lincoln, Rl 112865 Frangipane, lohn R,; Appleby Drive, Bedford, NY 10506 Fraser, lohn |,; Oak St,, Ashaway, Rl 02804 Freeman, Doris F,; 451 Bramans Lane, Portsmouth Rl 028^1 Fresco, ludllc D.; 282 Hartley Ave,, Princeton, N| 08540 Friedman, Amy L; 263 Gregory Road, Franklin Lakes Nl 074 ,

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Frost, William A,; 19 Mechanic Sireel. Wakefield Rl 02879 Fuller, Uwrence E.; 120 Main Sl Wickford, Rl 02852 Fuller, Robert W,; PO Box 548, Saunderslown, Rl 028'4 Furtado, Marc C,; 74 Unity Avenue, Easl Providence Rl 029 14 Fusaro, Frances A,; Pine Hollow, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Fusaro, Thomas W,; 145 Carry Drive, New Britain CT 06052 Gaboury, Gloria A,; 30 Wheallield Cove Road, Narragansett Rl 02881 ,

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Gallo, Mary E,; 43 Bayberry Road. Narragansett. Rl 0288 1 Gallogly, Michael J.; 354 Potters Ave,, Warwick, Rl 02886 Galloway, David T,; Quaker Lane, North Sdtuale, Rl 02857

Gambino, Laura M,; 370 Scolieldtown Road, Stamford, CT 06903 C^ngi, Linda A,; 105 Butler Avenue, Providence, Rl 02905 Canjei, Albert; PO Box 1 3 1 Kingston, Rl 0288 1 Garabedian, fytargaret M,; 597 Woodward Rd,, Norlh Providence, Rl 02904 Gardella, Sheltey K,; 25 Hubbard Sireet, Westerly, Rl 02891 Gardiner, Dorothy H,; Canonchet Driftway, Hope Valley, Rl 02832 Gardiner, Dorothy M,; 441 Long Sireet, Warwick, Rl 02885 Gardner, Barbara A,; 32 Metcalf Dr Cumberiand, Rl 02864 Gardner, Gregory W,; Old Post Road, PO. Box 583, Charlestown, Rl 0281 3 Gates, David P,; 23 1 Farragut Ave,, Norfolk, VA 235 1 1 Gates, Peter H,; 65 Silver Lake Avenue, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Callinella, Thomas S,; 1630 Pawiucket Avenue, Easl Providence, Rl 02914 Cawley, William C,; 177 McCosh Road, Upper Monlclair, N| 07043 Cay, Phillip R,; 17 South Main St Coventry, Rl 02816 Caynes, David; 47 Plum Road, Monsey, NY 10952 Cebron, Michael C; 13015 Ingleside Drive, Calverlon, MD 20705 Gencarella, Shirtey A,; 20 Summer St Westeriy, Rl 0289 1 Geoffray,Robert R,; 120 Ray Ave Woonsocket, Rl 02895 George, Anne Marie; 25 Ernest Sl Apl 3, Covenlry. Rl 02816 George-Hibbard, Debra A.; 3 Carllon Place. West Warwick, Rl 02893 Geremla, Eleanor P,; 85 Dartmouth Ave,, Warwick, Rl 02888 Giansanti, Bartiara M,; 1 13 Frankfort Street, Cranston, Rl 02910 Gilchrist, Bette G,; Quail Lane RFD, Bradford, Rl 02808 Gill, Dorothy |,; 286 Namquid Drive, Warwick, Rl 02888 Gill, Richard E,; Apt 6, 9 West Main Street, Wickford, Rl 02852 Cilleney, Daniel M.; 285 Woodbine St., Cranston, Rl 029 10 Cillies, Kimberiy J,; 107 Yorklown Drive, Mt. Laurel, Nj 08054 Cilligan, Maty M,; 262 Park Avenue, No, Caldwell, Nl 070O6 GiUingham, Bartiara |,; 29 Russet Rd,, Stamford, CT 0690J Cillis, James 1,; 240 Broadway, Pawtucket, Rl 02860 Ginpil, Lynnetle D,; Apl C 1 Old Crad Apts, Kingston, Rl 02881 Gironfla, Jeffrey J,; 182 Mt Pleasant Avenue, Mamaroneck, r^JY 10543 Giuliani, Michael L,; 56 Dewey Street, Providence, Rl 02909 Ciusti, Usa E,; 78 leawood Drive, Cranston, Rl 02920 Giuttari, Debra M,; 9 Thompson Hill Drive, Cumberland, Rl 02864 Claser, Joan P,; 28 Dunham Road, Hartsdale, NY 10530 Gleasman, Sharon A,; 2 1 5 Main Street, Boonville, NY 13309 Gleason, Sheila E,; 202 Varnum Road, East Greenwich, Rl 02818 Godfrey, Sandra J,; 25 Irene St., Warwick, Rl 02885 Godfrey, Sleven W,; 25 Irene Street, Warwick, Rl 02886 Goldgeier, Paul A,; 18 Tucker Avenue, New City, NY 10955 Goldis, Karen E,; 31 Sylvan Avenue, Cranston, Rl 02905 Goldsmith, Cay V,; PO, Box 43, Ellenville, NY 12428 Goldstein, Carol E.; 19 Haddon Hill Road, Cranston, Rl 02905 Goldstein, Marc E,; 55 Meredith Drive, Cranston, Rl 02920 Golomb, Debra A,; 126-2 Pendar Road, North Kingstown, Rl 02852 Gonzalez, luis A,; 182 Sumter Sireet, Providence, Rl 02907 Goodwin, Peter S,; 7 Altin Ave,, Kingslon, Rl 02881 Goppold, Raymond R,; 275 Harrison Street, Haworth, Nl 07641 Gora, Maria L; 20 Chestnut Hill, RD Bx 523, Montpelier, VT 05602 Goss, Richard C,; Box 205 RD 1, Tillson, NY 12486 Coss, Ronald W,; Box 205 Rt, 1, Tillson, NY 12486 Gottschling, Heidi L,; 235 Forest Ave,, Middlelown, Rl 02840 Goulart, loan B.; Willow Avenue, Little Complon, Rl 02837 Goulart, Thomas A.; Willow Avenue. Little Complon, Rl 02837 Gouveia, lohn |,; 1 7 I Iroquois Road, Cumberland, Rl 02864 Graeber, Maty E,; 26 Keeher Ave,, Newporl, Rl 02840 Graham, Martha C; 972 Woodmere Drive, Weslfield, Nl 07090 Cramolini, Christine A,; RFD 4 Benedicl Rd, Woonsockel, Rl 02895 Crandolfi, George P,; 12 Deborah Streel, Narragansett, Rl 02882 Graustein, Karen M,; 4 Candy Courl, Barringion, Rl 02806 Craves, Kevin G,; 1 5 Old Tarrytown Road, While Plains, NY 10603 Gray, Deborah J,; .t 1 Silver Lake Avenue, Wakefield, Rl 02879 Cray, Doris A,; 65 Ridgeway Avenue, Warwick, Rl 02889 Green, JeHrey S.; 122 Lowden Sl Pawtucket, Rl 02860 Green, Richard E,; C/O David Green, 50 Normandy Drive. Cranston, Rl 02905 Green, Thomas K,; Box 148, West Kingston, Rl 02892 Greenberg, Sluart C; 8 Commonwealth Avenue, Swampscott, MA 01907 Greene, Denise M,; 19 A Sireet Apt 3C, Providence, Rl 02907 Greenlaw, Robert C; 82 Indian Road, Riverside, Rl 029 IS Greer, Stephen A,; Box 68, Batesville, VA 22924 Gregory, William A,; Box 153 Lord Hill RFD 2, Lyme, CT 06371 Crenier, Lisa M,;68 Ml Hope Sireel, North Attleboro, MA 02760 Griffin, Gail-Ann B,; 3940 Post Road Apt 7, Warwick, Rl 02885 GriHin, Peter B,; Arraquat Rd., Watch Hill, Rl 02891 Grills, Michael R,; Oak Street, Ashaway, Rl 02604 Crimes, Brenda J,; 36 Lewiston Ave,, Kenyon, Rl 02836 Crimes, Shirtey A,; 10 Hall Sireet, W, Haven, CT 065 16 Grinnell, Slephen E,; 120 Covington Dr Warwick, Rl 02886 Gromlich, John W,; 12 1 Pine River Drive, North Kingstown, Rl 02852 Gross, Mary E,;699 Wellington Rd,, Ridgewood, NJ 07450 Crossmucller, Kathy L; 7 14 Arnold Place, Union, Nl 07083 ,

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Spaulding, Richard J,; 220 Plum Poinl Road, Saunderstown, Rl 02874 Spaulding, William; PO, Box 303, Narragansett, Rl 02862 Speaker, Jon C; 32 Creighlon St Providence, Rl 02905 Spellacy, Karen M,; Oliver Road, Lebanon, CT 05249 Spence, Muriel C; 44 Clipper Way Brislol, Rl 02809 Spencer, Robert C; 50 Weaver Av e Newport, Rl 02840 Spendley, Kevin A,; 38 Wexford Drive, Mendham, Nl 07943 Sperry, Judy; 2407 Kenlmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806 Spiegel, lynne A,; 53 Lincoln Road, Sharon, MA 02067 Spielhagen, Fredrica A,; 549 Bard Avenue, Slaten Island, NY 10310 Spielmann, Stada J,; 2978 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT 06903 Spinella, Peler; 29 Redwood Drive, Providence, Rl 0291 1 Spinner, Anna; 15 Bowling Lane. Bradford, Rl 02808 Spirito, Paula T,; 79 Ivan Sl Apl 2, Norlh Providence, RI 02904 ,

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StaHa, Edward J,; 23 1 Beech Streel, Westwood, NJ 07675 Stafford, Jay A,; 8 Oakwood Ave,, Pawcatuck, CT 06379 Stafiej, Diane G,; 45 Duggan Road, Tiverton, Rl 02878 Stanley, Patricia B,; 65 Pepin St,, West Warwick, Rl 02893 Stantlal, Sam J,; 22 Mulholland Drive, Ipswich, MA 01938 Slarkey, Maureen E,; 8 Greenbriar Place, Kingslon, Rl 0288 1 Steager, Pamela J,; 403 Lloyd Ave,, Providence, Rl 02906 Stedman, Lori S,; 24 Indian Trail, Saunderstown, Rl 02874 Steiger, Sharon A,; 4 Spring Hill Lane, Bethel, CT 06801 StelnhardI, Andrew B,; 8 Whiting St,, Providence, Rl 02906 Sleinmelz, Robert H,; 10 Lookout Lane, Westport, CT 05880 Stem, Mitchell E,; 70 Viscount Road, Warwick, Rl 02889 Slevenin, Roger E,; 15 Summer St., Everett, MA 02149 Stiller, John D,; 155 N, Bluff, Wichila, KS 57208 Sllohn, Tertence P,; Box 500 Yawgoo Valley Rd,, Apt 46, Slocum, Rl 02877 tockwell. Sheila A,; Rockland Road, Sdluale, Rl 02857 ecker, lane K,; 144 Hopkins Avenue, lohnston, Rl 02919 ips, Eileen M,; Garboard Street, lamestown, Rl 02835 Stracfaci, Valerie R,; 74 Raymond Streel, New London, CT 06320 Straser, William M,; 274 Parker St., Newton, MA 02 159 Stralon, Sandra; 164 Touisset PoinlRoad, Warren, Rl 02685 Vale, Nl 07575 Strehan, Pjinda M,; 558 ilrlcklandJBftS.; 43 High St WakefielcfeRI 02880 .; 354 Soulh Pier Road, Narragansell, Rl 02882 Mrs. Si^ta. 75 Easl Ave., Apt 605, Pawiucket, Rl 02861 NY 10708 Barry F,; y Rl 02852 Sullivan, leanne M,; 02861 Sullivan, lohn K,; 235 Rl 02840 Sullivan, Kevin M,; 17 Cransliin, Fjl 025*20 Sullivan, Michael |,; 51 Suldiffe, David A,; 12Bn^Road, Lincoln, Rl 02te5 Swanson, Patricia C,bsatSha Hill Rp^d,!Chepachel, Rltl2814 * Everett Street Newpqrl, Rl 028m1 Sweeney, Bonnie |,; Sweet, Carol F,; 46 Brookside Drive tast ^

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Taylor, Patrida A,; 1 3 Wilshire W av, Covenlry, Rl 02816 Tedeschi, Thomas K,; 33 Ulica Dr Warw .rk, Rl 02886 b 18 Mendon Road, North Smilhfield, RI 02895 Teixeira, Mario S,; i2 Beechwood Ave Pawiucket, RI 02860 Telenzak, Elaine S,; 307 Lark Drive, Newark, DE 19713 Temkin, Jacqueline S,; 15 Woodbury Street, Providence, Rl 02906 Tepfer, Lisa; 56 Branchville Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877 Terceiro, Melinda B,; 5 1 Ninigrel Rd Narragansett, Rl 02882 Terminesi, Jennifer A,; 90 Soulh Pier Rd., Narragansett, Rl 02882 ,

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26 Daniel Rd

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Bruce Hamilton

RENAISSANCE 1981 STAFF Executive Staff Co-Editor-in-Chief Waiter S.

Business Manager

Co-Editor-in-Chief Photography Editor Activities Editor Sports Editor Art / Layout Editor

Terri

Suzi Fresco Rob Rainville

)im Miller Bruce Hamilton

Staff Advisor

Contributors

General Staff

lay C, Hart

Capoverde

Diane Faber

)oy

Diane Maxwell Linda McFarlane

Matteo

M,|, Miniati

lim Sullivan

Kim Potter

Doug

Melinda Smith

Norm Windus

leff Wlllinger

Photography Staff Cheryl Anthony Ray DeFrancesco Ed Delesus Sherri Dorman

Mike Gorriaran

)oe Grady Rofand Gutierrez

ludy

Lawrence

Paul Manzo Eric Martin

Mark McKellar Keliy O'Connor Kim Potter Scott Ramsey Susan Warnock

Special

thanks to:

Greg Derozier Lorraine Marzilli Tom

Renaissance

was

Paglione

Larry Fitzgerald

Literary Editor Photography Coordinator

Donna

Koerting

Lee Greenwald

published by Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas,

Rhode Island Senior portraits by T. D. Brown Studio. Cranston, 1981. All rights reserved by Renaissance Yeartmok. Rhode Island. University of Rhode Island. Kingston,

Texas.

Payne

Tallman

You see before you the completed work which we call Renaissance 198 1, With Ihis book, the staff ol Renaissance has completely exposed themselves to all acclaim or criticism that may arise for what lies between this maroon and silver cover. We accept that fact because we are proud of what we present here. Our goal was to focus on the students of U.R.l, and let the students be aware of the role which they play here. The true nucleus of the University of Rhode Island, the student, was thus chosen as our theme. It is up lo you, our readers, to be the judge of our success or failure. But we, the staff of Renaissance, know that this year this publication took a 180 degree turn thanks to staff experience, dedication, and hard work. We overcame legal problems, con tract difficulties, budget deficiencies, under staffing, and time constraints and we hereby present to you Renaissance 1981. The purpose of a yearbook, any yearbook, is so that in future years you will be able to take it down off the shelf, blow the dust off the binding, and open the pages to your past. You ." creates will realize that remembering about "the time we more of a feeling than when "we" actually did it, for it's not so much the memories that make you laugh or cry as the recollec tion of the feeling. If you shed a tear or let out a chuckle while remembering your friendships, your joys, your sadnesses, then the book must be considered an unquestionable success. This is the only true measure of how well a yearbook has succeed ed in its purpose. The production of a University yearbook is by no means an easy task. There are hundreds of pages to layout, thousands upon thousands of photographs to sort through, categorize and eventually choose from, articles and writeups that have to be edited, corrected, proofed and sometimes rewritten, and so many other jobs it would take an entire book just to men tion them all. Lee Greenwald and I acted as co-editors this year and since I was the senior out of both of us, Lee graciously con ceded these pages to me for this year. The job of Editor-inChief is time consuming, tiring, frustrating, aggravating, sacrific ing and I wouldn't have traded it for anything. But Lee and I could never have done any of it by ourselves. Throughout pro duction of this book so many people helped in so many ways. Though our staff was small it was a tremendous one and it seemed as if a fairly close-knit family was formed. Our thanks to all members of our staff. It is impossible to mention or thank everyone in just this one short page, but on behalf of Lee and myself there are a number of people that must be singled out and thanked for expanding Renaissance 1981 from a vision to .

.

reality. Terri Paglione returned this year for her second year as Ac tivities Editor, and once again Terri did a great job. She devised new system for coordinating group pictures and photographers as well as coming up once again with a unique layout idea. Terri's ideas, suggestions and photographs as well as her good nature was a tremendous asset to this book. Larry Fitzgerald was the other returnee to the executive staff as he continued in his role of Sports Editor. Larry came up with an interesting and imaginative layout for his section. He was able to coordinate sports writers and photgraphers so that as extensive a sports coverage as possible was obtained. His many fine photographs can be seen throughout this book. Suzi Fresco was new to the staff this year. As Layout and Art Editor she brought along with her an artistic talent. This artwork plus her ideas added a touch of class to the book. Although Rob Rainville was a seasoned journalist and writer, he joined our staff as the rookie Literary Editor. His experience was ap parent in his writing. Rob's sense of humor helped us gel through some of those tough times that every yearbook staff seems to fall into. Later in the academic year the executive staff was increased by one with the addition of lim Miller as photo coordinator. |im proved to be a tremendous asset to the staff with his never en ding enthusiasm and fine photographs. |im was willing to do just about anything that was asked of him as he came to the staff just al the right time. The staff owes a special thanks to Greg Derozier for all his photographic assistance throughout the year. His willingness to help us out at jusl about any time, along with his always giving a

us

photo tips

was

greatly appreciated.

Lee Greenwald

This year we found ourselves in a new office that was ideal for our book production. We would like to thank the Memorial Union and Union Board for our new home. Two other ladies in the Union deserve a special thanks. Mel Murphy is indispen sable as she seems to be coordinator of student organizations. She always knows the answers, and usually the questions. Mrs. Nye once again was a great help this year in the senate ac counts office. She helped us out more than once this year. Along with our new office we were introduced to our new advisor. Bruce Hamilton was a joy to work with this year and he helped us keep our heads straight and our mind on the budget. His help was invaluable during the bidding period. There are so many others that we have to single out. Thanks to Ihe ladies at the information desk, Irene Nelson, Diane Man chester, Mrs. Rigney, Roger Conway, Randy Anagnostis, Mikey Pfeiffer, News and Information, Sports Information, U.R.l. ar chives. The Good Five Cent Cigar, as well as Lorraine Marzilli and Tom Payne for their graduation photos. lohn DeWaele and T. D. Brown Studios both deserve gold medals for their fine work this year. John took great candids and senior portraits for us all year and he went out of his way to handle any problems we had. We asked the impossible of Brown Studios, and they gave it to us. Special thanks to Gary Ellel for the outstanding graduation pictures which he shot. The staff owes Karen Devitt of the Taylor Publishing Com pany an exceptional amount of thanks. She overcame our time problems, inexperience, and ignorance with hardly batting an eyelash. She is largely responsible for this top-notch

publication. Lee would like to thank Dawn, as I would like to thank Fran, These two special people were always by our sides to support us through deadlines, contract hassles, whatever. We would like to thank them for helping us to remain sane even if we did become slightly unstable. I would like to thank my family, especially in the last few months of production, for their never-ending encouragement. I still can't figure how they could put up with such a grouchy and moody co-editor. 1 would like this opportunity to thank Lee. He was much more than a Co-editor. He was a housemate and a good friend. We were able to share a lot more than just the Renaissance. Good luck next year, Lee. Finally I would like to congratulate my fellow graduates of the Class of 198 1. I wish you all the happiness and joy that the

future

can

hold.

UMr ,/^^ Walter S.

Koerting

Co-Editor-in-Chief Renaissance 1981

A

FINAL EDITOR'S NOTE Walter Koerting

Been given

Ions

to my

the rare opportunity to address my peers through my position on this publication. I would like to extend my fellow graduates as well as congratulating all the U.R.l. underclassmen who will be graduating within the next

I congratulate you because you have chosen the University of Rhode Island as the place where you will obtain your coli education. U.R.l. is a fine school with a fine reputation but it is all too often put down and belittled. This slander of U.R.l often fies from its own students. This is truly a shame, for if the University's own students don't take pride in it how can anyone expect iJoutsider to. And there is an awful lot to be proud of here. U.R.l. boasts academic programs that are among the top in the nor theast, some even the country. This includes the oceanography program, the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Business Ad ministration, just to mention a few. The athletic program is respected throughout the east. The caliber and number of organizations S

and activities is among the best

~

anywhere.

This year U.R.l. was beset with budget problems. This was not the first year nor will it be the last. But to think that our University is the only public university in the country with such problems would be extremely naive It seems that U.R.L is the rule rather than the exception in regards to its financial difficulties. In a small state like Rhode Island, the state's largest institution for primary education is bound to receive more publicity regarding these and many other issues. Any state school is in the public's eye, and since it is The State University the residents of the state have a right to know what happens down here in Kingston. We question the constant bad publicity given us by the Rhode Island press. Unfortunately the newspaper industry has always searched for deficiencies, problems, conflicts, or violence where ever it goes. News publications thrive on the bad news because that is what the readers want. The last few years a wave of apathy has swept over U.R.l. There always seems to be a handful of students who did not get

caught in this wave and they seem to be seen everywhere. But this is not necessary. ! honestly cannot understand the concept of apathy. Why do students sit back and do nothing when the opportunities are so immense on campus. It seems that most complaints about the University come from the same individuals who seem to do nothing. But complaining accomplishes nothing and apathy never solved anything. Any student has the potential to make an impact upon the University. The power is within everyone's grasp to make changes for the better, to improve something that you don't like. But that power is not found in apathy. Of course the University has a lot of problems, many of which can be solved. But apathy is not the key to the solutions. Isn't it time that people started to get up, take a look around and simply say "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore." We have seen many changes in the world in our lifetimes. We have lived through a presidential assassination, a war, we have seen men on the moon, and most of us have lived through seven different Presidents. The world has changed tremendously during our lifetimes, even during the past four years. So now, after a new Presidenl, the American hockey team winning the gold at Lake Placid, the start of a new decade, two America's Cup challenges, the space shuttle, the shooting of our President and the Pope, the doubling of gas pnces, many of us find ourselves leaving the isolation of U.R.l. If one were to review their years here they would realize that in fact the University has prepared us for the changing world. The University has given us an education. To say that the University of Rhode Island has given us the best education one can receive would be a lie, but to say that we, as graduates, received a quality education would be fair to both the school and the students. We were given a little of the "Hope" that stands on the symbol of the University, lor a bright future. An education is an in tangible thing. Every student must weigh the level of education they received here lor themselves. No price can be put on it. But a cost is involved. As student speaker Mike Sousa said during the Commencement Ceremonies, "It would be a shame if the cost of education becomes the only obstacle holding a willing student back." U.R.l. has overcome many problems in its ninety years and a one can only hope that it will overcome the present financial difficulties. The University of Rhode Island is proud institution with a a crossroads. Somehow it seems thai URI. will overcome its present difficulties as it very proud tradition. It is an institution that is at in the of Rhode Island. You will never take an alumni or are University undergraduate, pride has done so in the past. So whether you W.S.K fully comprehend all that it has given to you. -

All hail to thee Rhode Island We

pledge our faith anew our heroes bring thee honor

While With

our

In truth

banner of white and blue.

we owe

her much for she's shown

the way To achieve and be of service to the world. So all hail our Alma Mater, Rhode Island, our guide what'er we do. us

University of Rhode Island Alma

Mater

.1

SO

GOODBYE!

LONG!

i

I

I

AUE

WIEDERSEHEN TO ALL! It's time to close

those memories of yester and build some tomorrows. For

the door

day

on

many, those

yesterdays were filled with laughter, tears, grief, happiness, disap pointment, fulfillment, and a wide spec trum of other feelings. Now we say good-bye to yesterday and hello to tomorrow

...

a

tomorrow filled with

hope, fear, anxiety,

and

a vast

collection

of dreams.

^LL^i

and

Yesterday

and

Good-Bye!

As

there'll

always

Tomorrow!

long

as

Hello

there is one,

be the other.

We'll say goodbye to the beer bashes and hello to the fifteen minute coffee

break.

nighters

and hello to time-and-a half for

Good-bye

to

the

all-

overtime.

Good-bye to the young co-ed and hello to the liberated businesswoman and the

aged secretary with the sexy telephone voice. Say so long to the fear of passing your courses and give a big welcome to the hopes of job promotion. Yell a big "see ya later" to the worries about your GPA and open your arms to the worries

ofourCPIandGNP. Shed the

high

a

as you bid farewell to of education and stick out

tear

cost

your hand to greet the

living.

high

cost of

Give your regards to the Bursar and open your heart, home, and wallet to Uncle Sam and Mr. IRS.

amazing that

It is

here

we

ferent

experiences.

lived in

an

problems

in

our

short time

have amassed isolated

so many dif It seemed as if we

city, with only

our

and

now we are

cares to worry about. But off to cast aside Ihe cloak

of academics and

gather up the jacket and tie of the "real world." 'The Real World." The word sounds

yet

so

harmless. We have

so

ominous

joked

about it

for years, saying to our friends, "What do you want to be when you grow

up," Well, you've

grown up. It's time to

move on.

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Within the

imaginary four walls of

the University of Rhode Island we have gained a lifetime worth of experiences and emotions. We have made friends we

will be

together

others that The

hopes

we

may

and fears

with forever, and never were

see

again.

there for

us.

The many loves and the few hates, the joy of the vacations, concerts, plays, and the countless course

the

people.

Happy Hours,

and of

Our peers, our friends, our enemies. God be with them wherever

they find themselves awaits

in the future that

all.

us

We found ourselves in

a

changing

environment, a changing world within a world. Who can remember the Pub on

Friday

afternoons,

Memorial

Union

the

looked

way before

the the

renovations, the midnight movies. The Beachcomber, the old greenhouse fire, the Blizzard of '78, your freshman orien

tation, your first college love, your first roommate, Lillies on Friday afternoons, the first formal dance here. The list endless. There

are so

is

many memories. If

If you you can't remember them, try. can remember don't ever, ever forget, because those memories are the most

important and will

ever

of the

most

precious things

you

carry away from the grounds Rhode Island.

University of

Your

experiences here will

never

be matched, and before the joy of leav ing has taken you over, think of all the many things this University has given. It will always be a part of you, just as you

will

always

tempts

to

be

a

part of it. This book

show those

experiences.

show the student the role he

plays

at

To at

this institution. This book is the student. But it is

where

now

we

time to leave this

have learned

so

is time to say goodbye to ple, places, and things.

place

very much. It

so

many peo

Some some

good-byes

will be

pleasant;

won't. Some will be

want to

laugh. Some

so easy you'll will be so hard

you'll

want to cry. In any case, there will

hello to follow the there will

always be a good-bye; just as

be

a tomorrow to always yesterday that was. So farewell and good luck on your journey, wherever you may find yourself.

follow

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