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OPENING SECTION p. 6 A look at the URI campus and the people who make it unique. WORLD EVENTS

People

and

events

p. 26

that made

an

impact

this past year. SENIORS A tribute

p. 34 to

the Class of 1989!!!!!!

SPECIAL EVENTS p. 134 Concerts and events that the URI com

munity enjoyed. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS p. 152. The groups that students run to serve other students. CAMPUS LIFE What a student's life is like SPORTS The teams

p. 162 at

URI. p. 194

we

cheered for!!!!

A GLIMPSE INSIDE A visit with President

p. 220

Eddy

and Mrs.

Eddy. ,

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ADVERTISEMENTS AND CANDIDS

p. 224


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The field of engineering covers a wide spectrum of concentrations. One of the

gineering. How does a person become interested in ocean engineering? For Dr. Armand J. Silva, chairman of the depart ment, the interest

was ocean sediments while a civil engineer at Worcester Poly technic Institute. He started to work with Woods Hole Oceanographic Instithen with URI. He e .allyc here in 1976. Silva says URIs ocea ,

program is unique becau ;of i base. The Areas include oc

tation, data

processing/ai .alysis, underhydrodynamics, nearcoastal modeling, marine geo-mechanics, and the beginnings of an shore

and

off-shore

structure

program.

Another

strength is the Graduate School of Oceanography, with which the ocean en gineering department works closely with on

many

tories

are

projects. Several of the labora

actually located

gansett Bay Campus. [iTj

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Dr.

Joseph

Turcotte is

one

of"

dal

professors who along v at the University is doing r that is connected with URI as well as many other colleges and institutions that will hopefully benefit the rest of the

here

URI is tions

that

one are

of twenty eight organiza based throughout the U.S.

conjunction with the National Coop Discovery Croups. All of these twenty eight groups are working on in

erative

finding a cure to AIDS. Dr. Turcotte's laboratory is primarily concerned with the design and development aspects of drugs. The properties of these drugs are catagorized and sent to the National Cancer Institute where they are tested in culture against the virus. This particular aspect of AIDS research is a cooperative effort of five institutions. The Princess of Thailand who herself is an organic chemist found out about the research efforts that were taking place at URI and other institutions and she now would like to link up with one or

more

institutions to

help

train

indi

viduals in Thailand to deal with AIDS patients. The future collaboration be tween URI and Thailand looks quite

promising. Along with the AIDS research Dr Turcotte's lab is working on products

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that can be derived from fish oils which have recently come to light that il might surpress the incidence of cardiovascular disease. His lab is also working on the cause of respiratory distress syndrome His lab is specifically working on agents that can be introduced into the lung so that the patients might be able to get by the critical stages of the disease. Professor Joseph Stein at Brown Uni versity has helped Dr. Turcotte in many of his research efforts. His main focus is to study the physical characteristics of the kinds of agents that they both are using. Professor Stein's help along with many others in conjunction with Dr. Turcotte's research all helps contribute to larger research institutions concerned with the AIDS virus as well as other diseases. Dr. Joseph Turcotte is a valuable fac ulty member in the Pharmacy College at URI. His teaching as well as his research in benefiting all will hopefully someday

will benefit mankind.

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ROTC

The ROTC program

at

the Uni

versity of Rhode Island focuses education

beyond

on

the classroom.

The military science program falls under the college of Arts and Sci ences. The classes highlight leader ship skills which are developed further in leadership labs held once

events

such

as

climbing

Mt. Wash

ington, Mini-Camp where

man-

practiced, military balls and a dining-in, a traditional for mal dinner to name a few. This past the cadets traveled to Wash year ington, D.C. When you are commisioned as a graduate of the URI ROTC pro gram, you have the experience of a leader. eovers are

The

yearbook would like to thank Major Lexvold and Captain Lawson for

their

information

ROTC program.

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about

the


!uable experience i had in ROTC di'iilt with actual nursing

Bcnnning,

care

in

an

was

participat-

Army hospital

in

Fort

GA,

The most valuable experience I had in ROTC was going to Basic Camp in Ken tucky where 1 used my M-16, went on 5 mile road marches and a midnight recon-

Elizabeth

Morriseey (Ju:


What I enjoyed most about ROTC was the interaction with a variety of people.

They welcomed me in as a freshman and really made it seem family-like. They helped me settle into a school. I had a great time in Washington, D.C. ! enjoyed meeting Chafee and Matchlcy and seeing them in their own settina. It was a

valuable experience

-

Lisa Dobrowolski

as a

pol

(Freshpers

What 1 enjoyed most in ROTC was the companionship of being with other ROTC cadets throughout the country, from Hawaii

to

Maine to Puerto Rico.


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Did you e of fashion C( of Quinn Hall? At URI thei three hundred majors in the Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design de

out

partment. The head of this who is

a

Ph.D.

University

graduate

department

of Florida State

is Dr. Patricia Helms.

Dr. Helms feels some of the best as pects of her department are the challeng ing professional training programs and the numerous internships offered

through solely

the university. Some companies

interview at URI for

internship

and/or job applicants. This is due to the fact that URI has the only accreditted Textile Marketing program in the Unit ed States. The Textiles, Fashion

Merchandising

at URI is rapidly due to the fact that there are students to the number of fac ulty members. Although the department only comprises of 10% men this number

and Design program

expanding too many

also on the rise. No other school in the northeast is as highly qualified as the is

program at URI.

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The College of Nursing is a college frequently overlooked when thinking of

URI, but it is portant net

one

careers.

I

Hirsch, R.N.,

of society's

most im

recently spoke with Ja a professor of

nber of the AIDS Task-Force. I College had felt any of

asked her if the the

recent

nursing shortage. She said

that enrollment had declined

a

few years

ago, but it is back on the increase again. She cites the reasons as people entering

second career and the excel nursing lent possibilities of getting jobs after graduation. The number of men in the College is also on the rise with the Navy sending men to URI for schooling. I also asked Ms. Hirsch what she hopes to see happen in the College in the as a

next

hopes

few years. She to see

replied that she

nursing students becoming

involved in the University. For ex ample, she hopes to see students work ing with Health Services and counseling. more


RHOp^ISLAND MEMORIAI


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Associated

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The shuttle Discovery blasle mission ended

tragically 73

million mile mission with

seco.. a

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It

was

the year.

of the big marriages of Heavyweight boxer Mike

one

Tyson married

actress Robin Givens. But the stormy marriage of the 22 year-old rich boxer and the 23 yearold beautiful actress lasted less than a year. She filed for divorce. But after being accused of marrying "Iron Mike" for his money, Ms. Givens said

she wouldn't take

a

dime.

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TheDc summer

..

of 1988, and decided

on

Michael

Dukakis, the governor of Massachusetts,

be its candidate for President of the United States. He decided to pick Lloyd Bentsen, a senator from Texas, as his

to

running

mate.

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1988

SUMMER OLYMPICS

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Amid tears and grief, thousands of people had died of AIDS were memorialized in Octobei ceremonies centered on a huge quilt that was m. from friends and family members of the victi) Each of the panels measured three feet by six I and all 50 states and a dozen foreign countries w

represented

in

the 375,000 square foot

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The count down began at the 89 Days Till Graduation party held at Sandcastles. March 3. Those seniors who attended pledged their sup port to the 1989 Senior Challenge. The program s and the party proved it. Photogra phers Missy Cummando and Jay Tarrant were there to capture the celebration.

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Mark Amerantes

Steven Amerio

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Scott R. Berard

Robert Beresford


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Cindi Blair

Christopher Boehm

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Linda Burns

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Alisa B. Cacchiotti

Lisa Brown

Cynthia M. Busacca

Carisa

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Cynthia Campbell

Michele Caretti

Carlene

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Jeff Carr

Patrice

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Deborah A.

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Penny Cohen

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Graduation Most of what 1 really need to know about how to live and what to do and how to be I learned in kindergarten. These are the things I learned: Share everything. Play fair. Don't hit people. Put things back where you found them.

Clean up your own mess. Don't take things that aren't yours.

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sorry when you hurt

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Little Brother, Little Sister Little Brother/Little Sister is a studentrun organization that aims to provide companionship for the youngsters of the community. URI students are paired with children from the community based on hobbies and interests. The "Bigs" are asked to see their "Littles" once a week with transportation provided by the or ganization. A few of our past activities include a Halloween party, rollerskating, a Christmas party with Sigma Phi Epsi

ion,

a

Valentine's day party, attending

Ram basketball games, a booth at the Purim Carnival, and a spring field day/ barbecue with Chi Phi. riji

From left

to right: Mary J. Safran, Amy Fenton, Gladys Willia Dwayne Sampson, Marc Cournoyer, Jim Miller, Mindy Weir Besgen, Joanna Levin, Kristin Thompson, Missy Lefebvi

Lisa

1988

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1989

Offi

President Mike Farris Co-Vice Presidents Amy Fenti Susan Riccio -

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Ellen Austin Social Chair. Patrice Neary Public Relations Al Easterday Treasurer

-

-

-

Candids

provided by LB/LS.

Kharissa and Kristin Valentine's Day party

Thompson

at

the

Ashley, Megan

and Nicole


WRIU

From left

to

right:

Geoff Chris

O'Neill

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Horridge Buckley

Ed Garcia

Rainville

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-

\

Engi

Sales Director, Rory Public Affairs Director, Lynn

Davies

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-

A.M.

Progi

News Director, Kraig Jordan Assistant News Direc

Kristen Wolters tor, Tim Gray -

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Sports

Di

Sports

Back

row from left to right: P.T. Na Chtick FieU, Bill Buckley, Kristen Wolters. Front row from left to right: Jim

varro,

Wilcon, Brian Lynn, Tim Gray

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Sports


Equestrian Club From front -

to

back: Row 1

Maria Mack

-

Coach, Julie Nicastro, Lori Lord, Hoilie

Stillwell.

Row

2

Tami

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Morgan

-

Founder, Sherri Aharonian, Katie Sadlier. Karen Lorenzo. Row 3 Bronwyn Matthews Captain, Stacy Alesandro, -

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Veronique Guibert, Jessica Joly dent. Row

4

-

-

Presi

Shannon Howard, Heather

Wright, Laurie Carroll Treasurer, Heidi McLaughlin. Row 5 Liesl Clewley, Do-

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Tierney, Beth Goudreau. Row 6 Kim Arsenault, Sarah Labor, Amy Sle-

reen

Not present: Deb Carroll, Kim Fester, Kristine Olsen, Kristen Chase, Kirsten

Weaver, Tracey

Schlyer,

Laura Dalle-

sander, Michelle Gendreau, Renee Bilodeau, Danielle Mcleod, Heather Mayers. Joanne Shusta, Mary Grace Santagata. Julie Christopher, Nicole Auger, Casi Ancotta, Michelle Clow, Cynthia Camp bell, Dana Delnar, Jackie Goldman, Frank Cosello.

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American

Marketing Association

From left to right: Lynn Holzer Bernatiette Zaborski Marci Blake Mini Mall Chairperson, Lisa Kilgore Executive Vice President, Kristtn Manctni Prestiient Andrew Wilson Vice President of Finance-Elect Geri Weiss, Lori McKellar President-Elecl, Julie Miller, n?!

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Students For Access Students for Access, cofounded by Nancy Sgarzi and Michael Daigneault, is a new

organization with about 10 15 members. The organiza tion's goal is to bridge the gap -

between the disabled and

Wheelchair Basketball Garr Front from left to right: Stephen J. Carr, Tom Seymour. Back from left to right: John Tracey Kucinkas, Michael Daigneault, Stephanie Hagopian, Christopher Lawrence Carthy, Nancy Sgarzi President. [j{] -

URI-TV -

This URI-TV says 'Come turn i newly formed student organization/ sta tion was established late in the spring semester of 1989. The founding and in augural Board of Directors: Beth Corets, Jennifer Dillon, Jason Gold and Jesse Mook, met at a Broadcast Journalism symposium and hope to interest stu dents from all major fields of study. Po tential programming ideas include news

broadcasts, documentaries, commercials, short films, and soap operas. All of these features will be produced by students and will reflect campus life, as well as the academic experience. \H\

Back

row

from left

to

right:

Lauren Blanchard, Desiree

Chappelle,

Kara Brt

J. Metz, Mike Rossi. Front row from left to right: Kathryn Krassner. Jesse N Beth Corets, Jennifer Dillon, Susan Camara, Peter Wood. QD

Students For Social

Change From left to right: Doug MacDonald, Wendy Bolton, Stephanie Wolk Pseudo-Secretary, Andrew Hill, Maria Tavares Chairperson, Vicky Mellor, Zoeann Stites, Daten Cohen. -

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Standing frc Brad Prest Matt Cohei Photo Edit I Mo, Assistant News Ed.. Keith Brochu Managing Ed., Brett Davey Managing

Manager,

The Good 5i

Cigar

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Ed., Julie Benson Assis tant News Ed., Scott Byers -

Ne

Ed.,

Lynne Kibbe Manager, Kimberly Janis

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Editor in Chief, GerrieOw-

Compositor, Kathy

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ren

ODonnell Assistant News Ed. Kneeling from -

left rell

to -

right: Kimberly SorNews Ed., Amy Lin-

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Valerie La-

Tour News Ed., Tracey McMann Assistant News Ed., Sandra Wall Assis tant News Ed., Colleen Roy News Ed., Kathi Benoii Assistant Photo Ed. -

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Mortar

Board, Inc.

Mortar Board Inc., is society whose members

a

senior honor

are

chosen

on

scholarship and cocurricular activi ties. There are currently over 190 active chapters across the country. Mortar Board was proud to be chosen as one of their

'

^ident, Patricia Gaffney, Deborah

Marguerite Pel

Secretary. Melissa Wragg, Cathy .r C,N, Hetzner Advisor, Adrian

larles Christina er.

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Great Swamp Gazette

Pictured: Liz England Production Man Ad Manager, Doug Managing Ed., Brian 'Scorpion" Jepson-Entertainment Ed., Pam Perry, -

ager. Jim Scarlett

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Adrienne Gallo Production Assistant, Jim Kennedy Business Manager, Scott Traudt Editor, Stephanie Cook Liter -

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Ed., Lisa Gould Ed.

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Arts

and

Photogra-

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five recepients of a grant to use in a com munity project. Since the literacy move ment is on the uprise, the Laurels chapter has decided to utilize the project money to help the South County Adult Literacy program. Mortar Board would like to thank Professor Hetzner for his support this past year. \H\


The URI Student Entertainment Committee is an

which

an

organiza-

provides entertaining, educational and cultural the University community. SEC is of four subcommittees: Concert/Dance, Lectures, r

comprised Special Events

and

Mid-Day/Off-Campus.

Sec has had

a

great year with a wide variety of events. These include live th Eddie Money and Elvis Costello. SEC has spon sored trips to New York City, Red Sox ganr ""

Daytime ture

events

include Santa

artists. Lecturers

Downey, Jr., and all-time voived a

Commuter Association

included Geraldir

our own

Faculty

number of

high large proportion

Lecture Members. With

a

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of the student body. SEC is always interested in new members and encourages you to stop by the Memorial Union room 230 if interested. SEC would like to recognize three members who are gradu ating this year: Christine Crowe, Kelley Wolfe and David Degidio. SEC thanks you for your contributions and we will

Sitting from left

to

right:

Neal Walsh, Bill Moreno, Dave

Piatt, Ron Bates, Monique Smith, Mike Brothers, Boris Tabenkin, Tim McElroy. Standing from left to right: Rosalie

Sakkas, Kelley Wolfe, Christine Crowe, Kristen MacLaughlin, Dave Degidio, Kristen Eitel, Mary Izzo, Lori Takesian, Mariann Briganti, Kerstin Soderlund, Marya Koza, Maureen

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Clay Johnson

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Renaissance

Staff

Kris

Gillian Neff

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Senior Editor

Flaubert Lau

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Dorms


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URI

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nseling, di ,: plus they

balance the

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directly interacts with residents en forcing the University rules and regula tions. They try to promote relations within the dorm, they're an advisor, they who

are

your friend. The RA works about 40 hours a week, only getting paid for of those hours. They carry a full

to 45

20

school workload, and

are

required

to

have office hours. They are on call a cou ple of nights a week, with all this work

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Take The

Challenge An alternative to

living

on

campus is

go 'Down-the-Line". Basically it is renting a house in nearby communities like Narragansett or Charlestown and to

learning to be "on your own". Students have to budget their money because they must pay the rent each month; pay the electric bill, plus make sure the fridge is slocked. These students contend with traffic each morning, fight for a parking the end of the home and cook dinner while they ush off to work so the bills are paid on ime. Sounds a lot like the real world.

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Clubs The local bars

places

.

get $1 Rolling Rocks Friday night happy places to unwind from

to

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time to catch


Down The Line


The Ongoing Battle For A Spot er

One of the major problems a and even a resident has here

finding

a

place

commut at

URI is

park. Every morning

to

students leave their homes twenty min utes earlier than they need to, just to "roam" Fine Arts Lot

find

a

safe

place

to

or

Keaney Gym

park

where

to

they

won't get the dreaded $51.00 Fire Lane

Ticket. The University is in the process of adding parking spaces but there are just too many students with cars on campus spots. Students have iddressed the problem and even tried to

;ive suggestions

to

diminish the

prob-

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but

parking

remains

an

ongo

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Down The Line


Where Do Go?

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day they

are on

are

the

randa in the Union a soda. Many students look for corner in the library to catch up the homework they forgot to do the night before. Wherever they go, they're

drinking a

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Greeks


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Goin' Greek Greek life possess

a

unique distinction

from any other form of living on cam pus, there are 14 fraternities and 7 soror ities which make up the Greek System. The fraternities and sororities are located in "houses" that are usually owned by the national chapter. Both the fraterni ties and sororities are governed by the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council. Every house has representation in the IFC and Panhel, the councils han dle problems that arise, set rush policies, and promote unity between houses. Fraternities and sororities are individ uals bonded together with common in terests and talents which bring about a brotherhood and sisterhood between its members. The only way to understand this is to experience it for yourself.

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Greeks Give s not just parties, The Greek Syste id competiti in; every year each house donates their time and energy toward their favori years Greek Week r ised $9,000,00 for the Coffee Ki elude Sigi ileepout for the home less, TKE's keg roll to the state capitol for St, Jude's Childrens Hospital, and

TEP/ADPi's the

Ronald

see-saw to

raise money for House, Also

McDonald

collaborate to help out the community with Spring cleaning or rak ing leaves in Project Sunrise, Whether they are raising money for Muscular Dystrophy, the Meeting Street School, or for Vietnam Veterans the time and effort many houses

they put

in is

a

positive indication of the

necessity of the Greek System campus. Hats off to you all.

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The fraternities and divided into teams. These

Olympics'

sororities

are

teams

to accunlulate

ing

in

try

the

points by plac-

of the week. Some of

events

Volkswagen push, a keg toss, tricycle aces, the lip sync, and an intense tug-of-vvar. The fraternity, sorority, and combined fraternity/sorority the

events

include

a

r

with the mo t points the week are the vinners. team

The 1989

teams are as

at

the end of

follows:

Alpha Epsiion Pi Zeta Beta Tau Alpha Delta Pi 2) Chi Phi Sigma Alpha Epsiion Chi 1)

Epsiion Sigma Pi Al pha Chi Omega 4) Sigma Chi Phi Gamma Delta Al pha Xi Delta 5) Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Nu

3) Sigma Phi

Delta Zeta

6) Phi Sigma Kappa

Tau Epsiion Sigma Delta Tau 7) Tau Kappa Epsiion Theta Chi Sigma Kappa [1^

Phi Delta


Greeks


Escort Service

Students Serve

Students The Escort Service is

ganization. It

was

a

student-run

organized three

or

years

ago by Officer Barbara McDonald. "Es cort" (as it is called) provides transporta tion for the students of URI

various

to

spots around campus. The service seven

days

a

week from 5 pm

runs

t

This past year the service underwent some changes. They hired a Student Co ordinator and three supervisors, all un der McDonald. McDonald is the pro gram director. They also hired more students this semester. The service em

ploys

45

students.

On an average night there is a dis patcher who answers the phone and dis patches the runs, five drivers and a su pervisor. The reason for hiring more

students was so that two students can ride together in the cars. This year we fortunate to have the use of a new van plus the use of a URI station wagon. The Escort Service is slowly becoming quite popular with the students. It was created with the purpose of protecting students at night and has become an in valuable service to the University were


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Women's

Men's Record New

7-3

England Championships 3 rd England Champions: 400 Medley Relay

Finish

at

New

-

Finish

at

New

England Championships

7

th.

Rick Sichel, Jon Loiselle, Dan. Bennett, and MatI Gibson. Eastern Seaboard

T^ McLughIm Fran

Gigtio

Kevin

-

Rich Sichel

-

-

-

-

-

'89

-90

'91

Eastern

92

Qualifiers

Championship Qualifiers: McLaughlin,

Daren Derr. Kateri

'92 on

National

McLaughlin

'91

Hopkins

Jon Loiselle

Kateri

Qualifiers:

and ranked

as

high

as

200

Medley Relay.

twelth. '

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Championships

for

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WELCOME McKinley Boston

Of Rliode Island ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

University


Glimpse

Inside


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Riu

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H^l^l

A Visit

With President

Eddy

And

Mrs.

Eddy After spending four years at the University of Rhode Island, aren't you a tiny bit curious as to what it is like living at 56 Upper College road? Well, President Eddy and Mrs. Eddy graciously allowed phortographer Jim Fraser and I into their homes to find out. We discovered that the Eddys lead very busy lives. President Eddy described his daily activi ties as a mix of appointments and meetings and luncheons and more appointments and recep tions, etc. However, he keeps himself busy from getting burntout by travelling to places like Tur key, the Far East and Switzerland when he gets the chance. Mrs,

Eddy likes

to

keep busy

also. She

runs

day and a goal of hers is to some day run in the Boston marathon. She also scuba dives and likes to keep active with community work. We asked President Eddy about his views on the concept of a dry campus, hie felt that it wasn't possible or wise. He did feel that the situation

every

needed to be looked at. We asked him about how he felt about pub lishing as a necessary criteria for a professor to receive tenure. He felt that research should add to the understanding. He felt that creative work and publications could encourage students. We asked him if he felt that minorities were well represented at the URI faculty. He said no and that it takes a real effort to obtain and retain

minority faculty members. President

ship

Eddy as a

sees

the URI

strength

in

faculty-student

the fact that

s

faculty members do haviB a strong relat ionship with their students. Hovvever, he does iee that there is a lack of access ibility of some faculty <

members.

All in all we found Pr esident Eddy arid Mrs. to be gracious hosts We thank then1 for the

Eddy

.

opportunity to get to kno-w them a little b it better and for the opportunity t 0 see what life i s like at 56

Upper College

road!!


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Cookson America Inc,

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02882

Smith's

SULLIVAN & COMPANY INC.

Restaurant 1049 Atweils Avenue

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Allendale Insurance

WIZARD ELECTRIC

Atlas Music Co.

SUPPLY CO. 485 Quaker Lane

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1106 Nonn Main street

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Congratulations Class of '89

GORDON&LEVITT Attorneysat-Law

TASCA

Stephen A,

200 Fall River Avenue

Gordon

Class of 1964

Seekonk, MA 336-7200

Paul V. labour Class of 1978

UntilJanuary31, 1989 Your Bachelors of Advanced is Worth $400 a New Mercury Pre-approved Credit Line.

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a

339

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Rusco

Steel

Company

WM. J.

CANAAN, INC.

Wholesale Fruit and Produce

Providence, R.I. 02903

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Bleachery Court, P.O. Box Wanick, RI/739-5300

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Richard Narcessian, President Patricia Narcessian, Secretary Nathan Canaan, Vice-President & Treasurer

Robert S. Russell President


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Warwick Credit Union

Computer Associates

Chemart

Company

Lezaola Insurance

Patrick J, Ouinlan

Agency

Inc,

Dryvit Systems

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ORAL SURGERY P.O. LANDSCAPE

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Paul A. Meedonian Inc.

INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS INC.

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Agency

General Aycm

189 Canal St

Walervlew Villa Health Centre

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Shapira

AnorneyanJ Couutlor al Lr.

Player's 194

Cavanaugh Company

Corner Pub

Washington

Street

Adler Pollock & Sheehan RICHARD J. HAYES

2300

Hospital

Incorporaled

Trasl Tower

Providence, Rhode Island 02903

Telephone 401/274/7200 E. T. JOHNSON, CORP,

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Midland Fire Protection, Inc. (401) 9444450

London Insurance FIHE-GLOW OF RHODE ISLAND

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Inc.

Pawtucket, RI 02861 (Mt) 723-9505

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Wanvick, Rhode Island 02887

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(401) 739-9250

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Street

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Restaurant 100

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PRODUCTS, INC.

Dltrkin

cottages

Folly Landing

(401) 884-6240

a

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CARLOTTI, JR.

NEWS CORP.

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prot:essing,

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Carey, Charland & Marciano

Camp, Dresser

&

McKee, Inc.


"ARiKi, W,H, NORTHUP

European Car Specialist

MELONE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

Brook

Associates, Inc

P.O. Box 52. Wakefield. HI 02880

Z~I^^ Duke's At ^^^^^ -

Consulbng Bixtkkeeping

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95

Middlebridge Narragansetl, Rl (401)

Wickford

Insurance

Agency

Inc,

Road 02882 Norm

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Kingstown.

Rl 02852

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THOMA. S

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IC^P

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Harootunian & Associates

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(4011738.1885

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WIESNER MANUFACTURING CO.

(401)789-3380

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J.L. SHELLFISH

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781-7500

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(401) 295-0016

(401)294-9100 Nortn

705-707

Kingstown

Rl 02852

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IMPORTS,

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F.W.Woolworth Co. For

90 Point Judith Road

Narragansett, Rl 02882 (401)789-6385 s

TASE-RITE CO. INC.

WESLEY LESSAHD

Kingston.

NEWPORT CREAMERY 600

Kingstown

Road

AFactoiY Like Finish

(401)

ChOPE^

T.I

789-9316

(401)723-2800

RTVESS EDGE CAFE & MARKET

Dick Cranston

Chen's

Ford Sales Inc.

Restaurant

(401)

OCEAN PHARMACY

American

Aqua Systenns

884-4000

TERMINESI'S

Patrick E.

Brady

Rl PICTURE FRAME, INC, (401)

(3

W

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785.7533

GR4PHICS

JOEL S. CHASE Chief

SUITE OTE

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Otticer

WEST WARWICK, Rl 0^89^

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SOFTWARE CENTER OF R.I./738-9800 2105 Post Rd.. Warwick

JEAN DELUCA PERFORMING ARTS/231-4282

Apple Valley Mall. Greenville

SOUTH COUNTY DRY WALL SUPPLY/434-7340 Liberty Lane, W. Kingston

ROFI INDUSTRIES/861.3500 233 Harris Ave.. Providence

WOMAN'S GROWTH CENTER/728-6023 97 Knowles St., Pavtttucket

WILLIAM E, ROGERS/351-1860 270 Westminster St.. Providence

447 Willett

TAYLOR RENTAL CENTER/295-0016 7785 Post Rd No Kingstown

ALEXIS LIMOUSINE SERVICE/463-7900 1379 Warwick Ave., Warwick

.

COACH'S CORNER/433-9839 Ave., Ea. Providence

DANIEL CALENDA. M.D./274-7171

DOLORES B YANNON COMPANY/739-41 60

171

222 Jetferson

Broadway.

Providence

JAY'S ELECTRIC/946-2255 124 Webster Ave

.

Providence

PAYETTE TRUCK BODY MFG./351 -071 1 65

Dyerville Ave..

Johnston

Blvd., Wanwick

HARTLEY TOURS/431 -1980 2399 Pawtucket Ave Ea. Providence .

MICHAEL A. BATTEY DPM/273-5800 1524 Atwood Ave. Suite 327. Johnston

BEEHIVE CHILDHOOD CENTER INC./438-97e4 35 Swan St.. Ea. Providence

J. H. WARREN COMPANY/434-4069 223 Pawtucket Ave., Ea. Providence

GABRIELS EXXON/438-0854 69 Taunton Ave., Ea. Providence

87 Burnside Ave.,

TRAVEL EXPERTS/232-3090 1910 Smith St., No. Providence

4 Benefit

ST. BRENDAN'S CHURCH/433,2600 60 Turner Ave., Riverside

FREDERICK T. JAMES DDS/739-1399

SANDCASTLES/789-2037

Narragansett

CHESTNUTS SALON/351 -5250 St., Providence

RADIO SHACK Belmont Shopping Center, Wakefieid/789-3033 Rhode Island Mall, WanAtick/828-4141 Warwick Shopping Center, N. Kinstown/885.0515

3274 West Shore Rd.. Wani/ick sSTEWART CONSTRUCTION CO. INC./723-0543

P.O. Box 683. Pawtucket

CONTRACTOR'S SUPPLY

Greenwich, Rl

Congratulations STAR GAS/294-9547 Genoa Dr.. Davisville

ESTEN DYEING S FINISH CO./821-5200 245 Esten Ave., Pawtucket

434-4300 3340 Pawtucket Avenue East Providence

ATTLEBORO PA\VTUCKET

SAVINGS BANK 286 Main Street. Pawtucket

COLFAX INC./724-3800 39 Coltaj<

St., Pawtucket

COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE INS. CO./331-5331 66 S. Main St.. Providence

THE PARTY WAREHOUSE A FRIEND

3!0 East Avenue

KINGSTOWN DANCE & GYM CENTER/884-8665 6171 Post Rd., N. Kingstown LE MAYS G.M.C. TRUCKS/821,1600 31 Providence St.. W. Warwick

A & A FIRE EQUIPMENT CO./783-1610 33 Breakwater Vil., Narragansett

TEXTILES INC. 885-0600

POLISHING 4 FINISHING 334-2272

390 Callahan Road North

GALILEE CRUISES/783-2954 P.O. Box 522. Narragansett

Kingstown

Lincoln

M. N. CARTER 8 SON CO./331,0400 P.O. Box 9547, Providence

PATRIARCA VENDING/351,8280 161 Atweils Ave., Providence

ATLANTIC COAST CONSTRUCTION INC, Types of Excavating"

"All

1 000 Carrs Pond RoadEast

JOHN R. BERNARDO JR. M.D./861-6433 110 Lockwood St., Providence

JAMES MCCORMICK 831-2870 1 28

Dorrance Street Providence


GRANITE DRUGS INC./596-0306 114 Granite St., Westerly

PLAS/TECHINC./861-6580 555 Valley St., Providence

N.H.D. HARDWARE/333-4017

CHOQUETTE & CO. INC./761-4300

365

1015 New Man Ave., Seekonk

Washington St., Stoughton

QUONSET AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS/294.4559 P.O. Box 989, Davisville

JAMES F. FREEMAN CO./456-5888 7 Jackson Walkway, Providence

JAMES N. NADEAU/884-4900 6828 Post Rd., N. Kingstown

HOLLISS SHIRLEY TUCKERW83-7114 777 Tuckertown Rd., Wakefield

ZETTA'S UNISEX SALON/295-1508

TWINS CONSTRUCTION/766-2767 266 Rocky Hill Rd., No. Smithfield

7405 Post Rd.. N.

Kingstown

BRADFORD PRESS/621 -71 95 91 Atweils Ave.. Providence

ADVANTAGE IRRIGATION CORP./274-1920 27 Douglas Ave., Providence

R.I. STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION/751-7440 160 Francis St., Providence

ENCORE RESTAURANT/331-0717

OUAKER LANE BAIT SHOP/294-9642 4019 Quaker Ln., N.Kingstown

JOHN J. FLANAGAN, ATTY./828-881 6

PRIME DRUG/295-8811

A. CORKY SILKOWSKI, DDS/738-5800 469 Centerville Rd., Warwick

7725 Post

Rd.,

N.

Kingstown

MAGIC MIRROR/295-2530 52 Ocean Ave., N. Kingstown

Kingstown Rd.,

Square,

Providence

STEVE T. HAUN INC./781-0900 101 PoeSt., Providence

TONY'S PIZZA PALACE/789-8383 1018

1 LaSalle

875 Centerville Rd.. Warwick

Rl. DRIVESHAFT 8, SUPPLY/941-0210 Blvd.. War/ick

Wakefield

3 Jefferson

PUB DENNIS-NORTH KINGSTOWN/885-0575 6900 Post Rd., N. Kingstown

GEORGE W. PIRIE, DMD/737-3663 77 Tollgate Rd., Warwick

EARNSHAW DRUG CO., INC./294-3662 63 Brown St.. N. Kingstown

KINGS GRADEN RESTAURANT/467-8916 90 Rolfe St., Cranston

ALBERTO BARBER SHOP/461-6319 1053 Broad St., Providence

MT. PLEASANT HARDWARE/351,7200 249 Academy Ave., Providence

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS, INC. 40 Elmgrove Ave., Providence

300

WILLIAM GRANDE. ATTY./944-6430 160 Plainfield St., Providence

560

ALEXANDER CALENDA, M.D./738-2585 Tollgate Rd., Warwick LEROY D. AARONSON.MD/739-4700 Tollgate Rd., Warwick

SCHARTNER FARMS/885-5510 S. County Trail, N. Kingstown

299

WICKFORD ANTIQUE CENTRE/295-2966 93 Brown. Wickford

JOHN D. PITTS. MD/421-4121 110 Lockwood St., Providence

70 Brown

RYAN'S MARKET INC./294-9571 St., N. Kingstown

800 Quaker

NEWPORT BASKETS/885-7166 136 Marlborough, E. Greenwich

53

H. C. TRUCKING INC./294-9450 1220 Lafayette Rd.. N, Kingstown

MERIDIAN PAINTING/885-4882 1538 South County Trail, Ea. Greenwich

COMMUNITY CARE NURSES INC./295-8862 7 Belver Ave. Rm. 234, N, Kingstown

ARMEN HARDWARE/463-1020 1010 Park Ave., Cranston

Good Luck & Best Wishes to the Class of 891 SO. COUNTY EYE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS INC.

LEONARD LEVIN CO./421 -5357 too Fountain St., Providence

STARLITE INDUSTRIES/274-1020

NOLIN ELECTRIC INC./647-5478

Elmgrove Ave., Prov.,

Rl 02906

WICKFORD WICKER AND POTTERY/295-1066 690 Boston Nock Rd., N. Kingstown, Rl 02852

885-7166

Spindell,

M.D.

-

40

DR. H. RAYMOND MCKENDALL/751-6297 295

Anged St.,

Providence

Providence

POTTER HAZLEHURST/885-4300 Lane, Ea. Greenwich

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALTISTS. INC. Edward

Carpenter St.,

Batley Meeting

House Rd., No. Scituale

INTERNATIONAL ASBESTOS REMOVAL INC./861-2881 220, Pawtucket

84 Broad Sl.-Rm

ROWE INC./333-3333 15 Blackstone Valley Place, Lincoln PAUL J. GARVEY/885-3346 6867 Post Rd., No. Kingstown


GELINI DRUGS/942-4210 1382 Plainfield St.. Cranston

ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCE & BRACE CTR./331-5548

BARTON BROTHERS/596,4468

NARKISS COMPANY/861-7733 100 Manton Ave., Providence

134 Main St.,

Westerly

SHELTER HARBOR INN022-8883 Shelter Harbor Route 1

,

Westerly

JEFFREY GOODCHILD-Custom Builder/789-5726 2695-C Commodore Perry Hwy., Wakefield

Congratulations Graduates!

205

Broadway,

Providence

SOUTN COUNTY VET. HOSPITAL/789.2400 St., Wakefield

481 Main

COMMONWEALTH LAND TITLE INSURANCE/ COMPANY SI., Providence/331-5331 66 So. Main

POTTEI SOUTHERN N. E. STEEL/568-4340 179 Lake Dr.. Chepachel

HURST/885-4300

800 Quakei Lane, Ea. Greenwich

O'NEIL'S PACKAGE STORE/783-3272 STWEART CONSTRUCTION CO. INC./723-0543 101 E. Nipmuck Trail. N. Providence

Point Judilh Rd.,

Nartagansett

GEORGE FERRI/231 -9471 COLUMBIAN FATHERS/253-6909 P.O. Box 65, Bristol

3

IDEAL WINDGLASS/884-2550

55 Manton

/\pple

Orachrd Ln., Smithfield

BAGINC./273-5310

Ave.. Providence

5810 Post Road. E. Greenwich

SAMUEL P. HARRIS INC./438-4020 LAUNDRY EXPRESS/783-71 90 22 Caswell St.. Narragansett

55 Pawtucket Ave., E. Providence

PJ's/789-4210

55 Dorrance

MICK CRADDOCKO31-0500 St., Providence

865 Point Judith Rd.,

Nartagansett

DAIRY FARMS/ 792-3690 1922 Kingstwon Rd.. Peacedale

APPLIED ANALYTICA TECHNOLOGIES INC./782-8188 43 Celestial

WALLANDEh REALTORS/364-3616 School House Rd.. Charlestown GROSSMAN ENGINEERING INC./738-5660 151 Centerville Rd., Warwick

Dr., Narragansett LITTLE CHOPSTICKS/351-4290 495 Smith St.. Providence

ROWILL CORPORATIOl*421-0794 921 Chalkstone

Ave., Providence

SPENCER PLATING/331-5923 77 Bucklin

DENNIS J. ROBERTS 11/521-7000 1 Old Stone Sq. lOIh Floor, Providence

St., Providence

THE LIQUOR BASKET/467-7190 105 Reservoir

CHEF HO'S CHINESE RESTAURANT/831-0777 243 Atweils Ave.. Providence CITY HALL ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC./521-2700 1229 Westminster St., Providence

C.A.D. JEWELRY/351-0889 479 Chalkstone Ave., Providence

THE HEADMASTERS SALON/294-2212 7373 Post Rd.. N. Kingstown REGAL PLA 85 South

OAKLAWN MEAT MARKET/946-3480 870 Oaklawn Ave., Cranston Good Luck & Best Wishes to the Class of 1989! SO. COUNTY EYE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS INC.

190 Palinfield

St., Providence

EASTLAND FOOD PRODUCTS/421 -2149 St., Providence

6 Bucklin

JG CO./421-2704

St., Providence

R. I. FISH CO.. INC./421-2970 20 Terminal Way, Providence

TOURTELOT & CO.. INC./331-2385 184

FAIRLANE PAINT 8 WALLPAPER/944-6400

Ave., Providence

CUSTOM CASUALS/294.2942 83 C. Brown, Wickford

Kinsley Ave.,

Providence

HARBOR BOAT SALES/732-2228 284 Arnold NEck Rd., Warwick GENAURIO STUDIO/738-3778 Rd.. Warwick

47 West Shore

ERIC MORTENSON CO./274-9490 375 Smith SI., PRovidence

'

EAST SIDE 1 143

SUBURBAN CLEANERS/783-8191 Dale Carlia Shopping Center, Wakefield SCHOOL OF MEDICAL & LEGAL SECRETARIAL SCI ENCES/331-171 1 Angel St., Providence

60 South

CHAFFEE BEDARD/831-1430 10 Davol

Sq.,

Providence

"lAVEL AGENCY/724-31 1 1

Newport Ave., Pawtucket

TAN TASIA TANNING SALON/826-0770 1208 Main St., West Warwick

TANMASTERS OF WAKEFIELD/783-8730 27 Charles St., So. Kingstown DR.'S CAPOBIANCO S STADELMANN/789-9758 Rd., Wakefield

51 Tower Hill


FAIRLAWN CREDIT UNION/724.2330 571 Smithfield Ave., Pawtucket

VALLEY LACB82 1-5200 too Hopkins Hill Rd., Coventry

DeWAL INDUSTRIES/789-9736 15 Ray Trainer Dr.. Narragansett

JKL ENGINEERING CO. INC ./351 -7600

MELLO SIGN COMPANY/722-8296 665 Mineral Spring Ave., Pawtuckel

CERAMIC TILES INC./232-1810 1894 Smith St., N. Providence

945 Westminster St., Providence

QUALITY R-V REPAIR CENTER/823-8130 22 Tiogue Ave., W. Wanwick

SHARP TRAVEL CENTER/732-3465 177 Airport Rd.WanAt ick

SOUTH COUNTY SURGICAL/783-1850

SOFTWARE CONNECTIONS INC./738-3430

684

Kingstown Rd.,

Wake'

101 West Nalick

Rd., Warwick

D&C'B FISH CO./789-1 182 Slate St., Galileo

WHEELOCK INS. AGENCY/737-0300

SOUTH COUNTY LOCK SERVICE/783-8619 185 Middlebridge Rd., Wakefield

MILLER'S ROAST BEEF/434-6678

HAWKINS MACHINE CO., INC./828-1424 374 Hopkins Hill Rd.. Coventry

WRIB INCy434-0406 200 Water St., E. Providence

KUNZMAN CHAIN CO./737-8686 111 Plan Way, Wanwick

TSBPOLISHING/521-2870 325 Valley St., Providence

BARBOSA FURNITURE/728-0741 599 Main St., Pawtucket

THOMAS M. MARCELLO/331-8168 105 Harhs Ave.. Providence

NORTH EAST STEEL CORP./294-3375 61 Brown St.. Wickford

KESSLERS SHEET METAL CO., INC./421-3220 375 Valley St., Providence

WICKFORD GORMET FOODS/295-8190 21 Wesl Main St-. Wickford

AL TRON METRIC ELECTRIC/273-1 630 250 Valley St., Providence

D. C. WELDING S REPAIR/7S3-3017

20 Veteran Memohal

628 Warren

Dr.. Wawick

Ave.. E. Providence

130DAsaPc'id Rd., Peacedale

GLORIA MARON/272,4930 180 Mancini Dr., Providence

ORGANIC DYESTUFF CORP./434-3300 84 Valley St., E. Providence

257

KINGS CREATIONS/521-4850 69 Tingley St.. Providence

PILGRIM SCREW/274-4090 120 Sprague St.. Providence

NARRAGASETT LOBSTER TRAP & SUPPLY CO 855 Point Judith Rd.. Narragansett./789-8310

236

VILLAGE PUMP/789-9098 40 Fortin Rd., Kingston

JOAN BARTOLOMEO/861-6200 1 Center Place., Providence

CLUB PROVIDENCE/274-0298

Weybosset St.,

Providence

DR. ELISSA CONTILLO/421-4821 Broadway, Providence

HALL DRUG INC./861-5200 149 Elmgrove Ave., Providence

CITY HALL ELECTRICAL SUPPLY/521-2700 1229 Westminster St.. Providence

EASTLAND FOOD PRODUCTS/421.2149 6 Bucklin St., Providence

AD DIRECTION/272-5371 260 W. Exchange Suite 16. Providence

THURSTON MFG. CO./331,0243 45 Borden St., Providence

309 Benefit

L. M. HOVEY S SONS INC./331-7980 33 Fuller St., Providence

TIDY-UP INC./783-0412 649 Point Judilh Rd., Narragansetl

HERBERT FINE, CPA/826-2883

SKIP'S DOCK/783-5031 1161 Succotash Rd., Jerusalem

875 Centerville

Rd., Warwick

KAREZZ PERSONAL CARE SALON/273-9393

DRABBLE

-

SHERMAN FUNERAL HOME INC./4J1-9887

St.. Providence

NARRAGANSETT TIMES/789-1081

424 Wickenden St.. Providence

187 Main

DR. RAYMOND GEORGE/434-1127 869 Broadway. E. Providence

TASE.RITE CO. INC./783-7300 1211 Kingstown Rd., Wakefield

SOUND STAGE AUDIO-VIDEO SYSTEMS/353-0010

MCGINN F. D. INC./434,7340 35 Talman Ave., E. Providence

1190

Douglas Ave.,

N. Providence

BILLY J. ENTERPRISE/272-2206 35-A Oakdale Ave., Johnston

St., Wakefield

HOWARD JOHNSON INCi789-9375 1978

Kingstown Rd.,

Peacedale


The 1989 Renaissance would like to ank Maureen McDermott for all her this year. We would like to thank Norval Garnett, Jr., our Jostens

representative,

and

John DeWaele,

Studios for their support.



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