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FORESEER

1964

CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Hyannis, Massachusetts






Intro

The buildings which now house Cape Cod
Community College were built in 1 897 as the
State Normal School. Since then they have
been the home of several institutions of high-
er learning.

In 1960 these structures became Cape Cod
Community College. From its infancy this
new institution has been nourished by the
efforts of those who really believed in it. Its
present success and promising future prove
that those dedicated people were rewarded
in their faith.



Table

Introduction 2

Dedication 5

Faculty 7

Underclassmen 1 3




Auction




A note about the name of our yearbook:

We derived the name Foreseer from the
abbreviation of Cape Cod Community College,
but to us it has a deeper meaning. We are
all foreseers, because we must look to the
future.




of Contents




Student Life 1 9

Seniors 45

Advertising 65

Postscripts 75




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The class of 1964 is proud to dedicate this year-
book to E. Carlton Nickerson, whose unswerving
devotion and friendly cheerfulness have been an
inspiration to the entire college.

We would like to congratulate Mr. Nickerson on
his appointment to the office of president of the
college. He has truly been one of the pioneer figures
at Cape Cod Community College, and this brings
with him to his new office a knowledge and experi-
ence which will be invaluable as he helps shape its
future. We are confident that, under his leadership,
this future will be bright.







Faculty

and

Administration

A



The
Deans

DEAN OF MEN

Dean W. Douglas Mitchell is a graduate of
Hiram College and earned his M.A. and M.F.A.
degrees at Western Reserve University. He was
associated with Hiram College for many years. At
Cape Cod Community College not only is he Dean
of Men but also advisor to College Transfer stu-
dents and faculty member in Art and Speech.





DEAN OF STUDENTS

Dean Elinor E. Hanna comes to Cape Cod Com-
munity College from an impressive list of positions
in secondary and higher education. With B.S.,
M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from New York Uni-
versity, Dean Hanna is a faculty member in
Psychology. Her firm but friendly guidance and
her realistic appreciation of student problems are
indeed an asset to the college.




JUDITH BARNET

French

A.B., Wellesly College




GORDON AA. BROWNE, JR.

English

B.A., Harvard Univ.

M.A., Northwestern




ADMONT CLARK

English

B.A., Amherst College

M.Ed., Bridgewater State College




ALFRED D'ALESSANDRO

Business Administration
B.C.S., L.L.B., Northeastern



The Faculty




PAUL DONHAM

Business Administration
A.B., Harvard Univ.
A.M., Harvard Univ.




JAMES E. DOWNEY

Biological Science

B.S., M.S., Univ. of Massachusetts




BRADLEY FISK JR.

Social Studies

A.B., Swarthmore College

A.M., Clark University




DR. PAUL GIULIANA

Music

B.M., N.E., Conservatory of Music

A.M., Harvard University

S.M.D., Union Theological Seminary

PETER E. HARTLEY

English

B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University

M.A.T., Wesleyan University







DR. E. JUSTIN HILLS

Mathematics

B.A., University of Indiana
M.A., Univ. of California
Ph.D., Univ. of Southern Califor



SHERMAN HOAR

Business Administration
A.B. Harvard University



MURIEL MACKAY

Secretarial Studies
B.S., Boston University
M.Ed., Boston University




ROBERT MANNING

Coach

B.A., Arizona State University

M.A., Calvin Coolidge College

JESSE J. MORGAN

Social Studies

A.B., Dartmouth College

M.A., New York University




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JOHN P. RIAASA

Physical Sciences

B.S.Ed., Fitchburg State Teachers College

M.A., Worcester Polytechnic Institute



AGATE J. TILMANIS

French and Spanish

B.A., Nebraska State Teachers College

M.A., University of Missouri



JOHN L. ROCHE

Guidance and Psychology
A.B., University of Scranton
M.Ed., Boston College





JOHN TULIS

Physical Education
B.Ed., Boston University



SARAH VOGEL

Psychology

B.A., Shimer College

A.M., Boston University





DEANE MILTON WARNER

English and Speech

A.B., George Peperdine College

M.A., Fresno State College



WILLARD WEANER

Resort Management

B.A., Michigan State University




ELIZABETH J. PORTER

Secretary to the Director
A.S., Lasell Junior College



JOHN B. BALDASARO

Business Manager

B.S., Northeastern Univ.




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DORIS A. BATES

Secretary
I A.S., Becker Junior College



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MARCIA G. VIEIRA

Secretary




Administration





PAUL C. DOIRON

Custodian



DAVID BARROWS

Custodian



ALFRED L. NICKERSON

Custodian




DORIS FAUTEAUX

Senior Library Assistant



BENJAMIN MUSE

Bookstore




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Underclassmen




Row I: Mr. Downey— advisor, Harold Brockway, Bruce Richardson, Sister Carmen Suarez, Sister Cecilia Otero, Sister Gloria Cuadrado, Mr. Brown-
advisor

Row 2: Pauline Adams, Deborah Carver, Micheal Kacergis, Bruce Miranda, Edward Pazolli, Edward Payton, Barbara Manning, Sharon Tilmann.
Row 3: Malcolm Chase, Daniel Davis, Sandra Auffrey, John Winslow.



College Transfer




ADVISOR:

Mr. James Downey



ADVISOR:

Mr. Gordon Brown



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Mr. Warner, advisor, Sheila Marchand, Mr. Roche, advisor, James Manchester, John Farrell, Ed Vaughn, Wayne Pittsley, Rodney Leveque, Thomas Rapoza,
Jim Ehrhart, Ear! Ketchen, Stephen Dion, Ken Andrews, Stephen Furtado, Earnest Supernant, Ken Supernant, Thomas Gilbert.



Business Terminal





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EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL

First Row: Muriel McKay, Adv.; Linda Axtell; Karen Sitta; Karen Constant; Beverly Sylvia; Jean Barboza, Ellen Fitzgerald; Maren Meyer.

Second Row: Veronica Mincey; Michaele Kennedy; Marilyn Shaw; Nancy Souza; Paula Cabral; Judy Pope; Sharon Lumbert; Donna Joy Hocking.



Executive Secretarial





ADVISOR: Muriel McKay



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Front Row: Mr. Morgan, Advisor, Mr. Hoar, Advisor, D. Powell, J. Taylor, R. Barry, Mr. Rimsa, Advisor.
Second Row: Dennis Ingham, D. Hammet, P. Ireland, M. Caplan, D. Farrell, P. Moran, D. Pettengill.



General






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Changing of



On December 11, the college and the com-
munity honored Dr. Irving H. Barlett, who resigned
his position as president of the college to accept
a post as head of the history department at
Carnegie Tech. It was his leadership and guidance
that made Cape Cod Community College what
it is now. The Students of 4C's presented Dr.
Bartlett with an attache' case as a token of their
gratitude. The community, too, grateful for what
the college has done for its prestige, sent repre-
sentatives to proffer their thanks.




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The Watch



Now we look ahead to the administration of
our new president, E. Carlton Nickerson, as he
takes his turn at the watch. In his hands we place
the future of our college, confident of even
greater success. Dean Nickerson was formally
installed as President Nickerson in a ceremony
held in the Barnstable High School auditorium on
March 8, 1964.





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Front Row: Micheal Bachman, David Rumney, Andrew Milk, Dean Mitchell— Advisor, Dennis Machado, Edward Wilhelms.

Row 2: Frederick Winling, David Hammett, Paul Frazier, Edward Payton, John Ferro, Thomas Rapoza, Daniel Flynn, Richard Davis.



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David Rumney Treasurer

Andrew Milk Co-Chairman

Micheal Bachman Co-Chairman

Edward Wilhelms Personal Manager

Dennis Machado Secretary



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Carrying on the tradition of the four men who united to form a service club in
the spring of 1961, Phi Delta Psi has continued to promote "better understanding
between students," and "community service to all."

With this objective in mind, the present members set out this year to obtain the
goal set by their brothers.

Among the various projects carried out by the club were several successful
dances and community projects, including a lead drive for the Handicraft Work-
shop.

We, the members of Phi Delta Psi, wish to express our sincerest wishes for
success to the class of '64.



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From Row: Stephanie Zanco, Karen Nordberg, Lois Zarella, Patricia Di Pietro, Lydia Almeida, Joan Richards, Mary
Lou Buckley, Jean Silveira.

Second Row: Debbie Carver, Marilyn Benjamin, Carol Pisarczyk, Maureen Eldridge, Sandy Auffrey, Bonnie Steele,
Patricia Ireland, Barbara Manning, Diane Pettengill.




Pat Di Pietro
Sharon Gordon
Lydia Almeida



Cappas

President Lydia Almeida

Vice President Sharon Gordon

Secretary Pat Di Pietro

Treasurer Joan Richards



Dean Hanna
ADVISOR




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The eleven original members who organized
this group, which is primarily a service group to
the college and the community chose to call them-
selves the "Cappas." Dr. Elinor Hanna has acted
as faculty sponsor for the girls since a charter
was issued to the club in November, 1 961 .




In September, ten sophomore members held an initiation for freshman and sophomore girls wishing to
join the club. After the initiation the club started on its initial project, which was to help at the second Open
House that the college held early in October. At this function, the girls served as hostesses and guides to
the visitors. The club has worked at various school functions which included a dance on February 14 called
the Cupid Caper. In March, the Cappas began volunteer work at the Cape Cod Hospital. The Club's new
members put on a food sale, and over $40.00 was raised.

Officers for the club are Lydia Almedia, president; Sharon Gordon, vice president; Joan Richards, treasurer;
and Patricia Di Pietro, secretary.



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Fronf Row: William Tavares, William Crowl, Richard Benkoski, Ronald Caron, Edward Ormston, Mr. Clark, advisor, Edward Wooley, Barry Johnson,

Peter Yozefek.

Second Row: John Hughs, John Daniels, Joe Janak, Jim Ryan, Wayne Pittsley, Harold Munson, Micheal Kacergis, Sherman Merrill, James Taylor.




The Mug Club was the first service club established at
Cape Cod Community College. In the 1963-1964 year
Ed Woolley served ably as President, while classmates
Barry Johnson, Vice President; Ron Caron, Treasurer; and
Ed Ormston, Secretary, served as equally efficient leaders.

This year the Mug Club sponsored an autumn dance
which was successful and most enjoyable. It was held in
the Commons with seasonal decorations.

As the sophomore year commenced, Mug Club held
an open house for the incoming freshmen who were
interested in joining this young men's organization. Hell
Week, or initiation week, was held in November for those
new students who chose to become members. A dance
ended all of the festivities for the week as the freshmen
were made official Mug Club Members.

This sophomore year was also spent in putting the ser-
vice club's goals into action. Its members concerned them-
selves with student aid and the development of interest in
college functions.



MUG



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Congratulations

to the
Class of 1964




MUG Club



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Pat

Di Pietro

Bonnie

Steele

Karen

Nordberg






The Foreseer




The staff for the second issue of the FORESEER set bravely about its tasks
sometime in October, under the watchful eye of Mr. Warner. There is no need
here to recount the hard work and heartache which goes into putting together
a yearbook— the scrambling for ads, pictures, patrons; the agonizing rush to meet
deadlines; the struggle to balance the books and keep everybody happy. Let it
be sufficient to say that all concerned will be satisfield if you the readers are
pleased with their efforts.




Mr. Devoe explains
the mysteries of
layout to the group.



Pictures,
Pictures,
Pictures!




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The Beacon




Front Row: Larry Buckingham, Rui Santos, Bonnie Steele, Joy Hitchcock, Angela Gomes, Mary Lou Buckley, Brian Souza.
Second Row: Jimmie Litchfield, Jane Tobin, Stephanie Zanco, Diane Penisis, Carol Broadbent, Pat Ireland, Ed Payton.





EDITORS

Correspondence Mary Lou Buckley

Business . Pat Di Pietro

Sports Bruce McPherson

Copy Angela Gomes

Co-Editor Joy Hitchcock

News Brian Souza



Under the patient and invaluable direction of Mr. Peter Hartley,
the Beacon staff this year carried on traditionally in that each
issue printed was the result of conscientious effort sparked by
unfailing interest in expressing the voice of the students. This year
the Beacon was honored at Greenfield when it was chosen the
most outstanding newspaper of the six community colleges. Cer-
tainly we are most proud of our staff members and their notable
achievement.



ADVISOR: Mr. Peter Hartley



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Row 7: Mr. Rimsa— advisor, Cynthia Moniz, Maureen Orsborne, Angela Gomes, John MacPherson, Martha Dreaddy.

Row 2: Margaret Shilling, Linda Morin, Michaele Kennedy, Joan Rezendes, Nancy Souza, Janice Machado, Ronald Champaeux.



Newman Club




The Newman Movement is an National Catholic Group
with Chapters on most secular and non-Catholic Campuses
throughout the United States. It tries to instill greater
knowledge and appreciation of the Catholic religion in
college students by binding them together and making
them more active and conscientious Christians.

The Newman Club at C. C. C. C. meets monthly either
within the school building or at the Beachwood Inn. The
officers for the 1963-64 year consisted of John MacPher-
son, President; Angela Gomes, Vice President; Martha
Dreaddy, Treasurer; and Maureen Osborne, Secretary.







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Class Officers




SOPHOMORE OFFICERS

Edward Wooley— Treasurer, Mary Lou Buckley— Vice
President, Susan MacCleod— Secretary, Andrew Milk-
President



FRESHMAN OFFICERS

Edward Payton— Vice President, John Ferro— President,
Micheale Kennedy— Secretary, John Whitters— Treas-
urer (not pictured)




This page compliments of HYANNIS ART SUPPLY, Hyannis, Mass.



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Row I: Daniel Mulligan, Ronald Champeaux, Frederick Winling, Dennis Machado, Dianne Jordan, Maren Meyer, Judy Kaplan, Clara
Cunningham, William Tavares, Joseph Domingos.

Row 2.- Edward Vaughan, John Hughes, Lee Nihan, James Vieria, Edward Wilhelms, John MacPherson, John Wilkinson, Bruce
Richardson, Barry Johnson.



Student Senate



Our student government is made up of representatives
from the counseling groups. The senate's aims are to pro-
mote the general welfare of the college, to assist in form-
ing the policy for the student activities program, to serve
as a medium of communication between the student body
and the faculty, to provide a forum for student expres-
sion, to assist in providing orderly direction of college
activities, and to work with the community.

The senate is also involved in duties of a lighter nature.
In September, during registration, the senate sponsored a
dance at which the freshmen could get acquainted.




OFFICERS

Ernest Supernant— 2nd sem. treas., William Crowl—
1st sem. treas., Paul Frazier— president, William
Perry— vice president, Sally Williams— 1st sem. sec-
retary, Pat Di Pietro— 2nd sem. secretary




ADVISOR
Dean W. Douglas AAitchel



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Senate
Committees



JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
James Vieira, Lee Nihon, Dean Mitchell— ADV., William Perry,
Sally Williams, Daniel Mulligan, Roger DE Napoli




HOUSING COMMITTEE
Members Edward Wilhelms and Ronald Champeaux discuss
housing problems with students



ATHLETIC COMMITTEE
Dennis Machado, Joseph Domingos, Ronald Champeaux




BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
Maren Myer, Bill Crowl, Pat Di Pietro



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Mrs. Emma Adams and Dean Hanna



Mrs. Adams; Lee Nihan; Dean Hanna; Dean
Nickerson




Row One-. J. Maruzzi; V. Mincey; M. Shaw; M. Chase; A. Leach; M.
Kacergis.

Row Two: S. Simpson; M. Wallace; Mrs. Rimsa; C. Moniz; Mrs. C.
Flannery; Mrs. E. Adams; J. Tobin; E. Cammalaar.

Row Three: M. Chase; T. Markovitz; D. Trailer; J. Domingos; W.
Perry; P. Fraizer; J. Kaplan; W. Bachman.





Mrs. E. Adams; Dean Hanna; Dean Nickerson



W. Bachman; Mrs. E. Adams



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Each semester we are privileged to be honored students who have obtained
excellence in their grades. The requirements for the Dean's List are to obtain at
least an average of 3.0, an equivalent of five subjects. The students who are able
to meet these requirements do so by perseverance and study, but find it well
worth the time and toil. The Dean's List is truly a position of honor, for
to be a college student is one thing, but to excel academically is a greater
achievement.





Early in the second semester this year, Cape Cod Community College gained a
voice. Three students, under the advisorship of Mr. Clark, arranged for and pro-
duced a half-hour radio show called "Community College Close-Up." Each week
Sally Jensen, Ed Wilhelms, and Dan Flynn discussed topics of interest to the col-
lege and the community.





Cape Cod Community College seeks among
other things to develop the body as well as the
mind.

Year after year our sports program increases,
with more participants and more variety. The Col-
lege provides equal opportunity for both male
and female students.

Four C's excells in basketball, and has proven
over and over again, that despite the limited size
of our college we are not limited in ability.



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Our boys have had a successful season, and
our girls, despite the lack of participants, have
been able to secure a winning average.

Our program consists of touch football, intra-
mural basketball, wrestling, bowling, ping-pong,
badminton, baseball, weight-lifting, softball and
swimming.

We look to the future in which more facilities
will be available, so that we might broaden our
sports horizon.







This page compliments of McLAUGHLIN CHEVROLET, Plymouth, Mass.



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Row I: Mark Sullivan, Glenn Peters, Lenny Clarkson, Ed Sullivan.
Row 2: Wayne Pittsley, Roland Hicks, Paul White, Henry Hague,
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EMMA V. ADAMS
Chipman Rd.
Sandwich, Mass.
College Transfer

Dean's List

LYDIA JEAN ALMEIDA
152 School St.
Brockton, Mass.
Genera/

President of Cappas



MICHAEL BACHMAN
1 00 Sea Street
Hyannis, Mass.
College Transfer

Chairman— Phi Delta Psi; Student Senate

WENDY BACHMAN
100 Sea Street
Hyannis, Mass.
College Transfer

Dean's List; Srudent Senate










RICHARD BAKER
431 Davidville Rd.
East Falmouth, Mass.
College Transfer

Dean's List; BEACON; Wrestling Team

ROBERT M. BARBOZA
229 Marion Road
Wareham, Massachusetts
Business Terminal

Phi Delta Psi; Intramural Basketball



JOANNE BAXTER
Conners Road
Centerville, Massachusetts
Executive Secretarial

GERARD BENHAM
Falmouth, Mass.
Genera/

Hockey; Phi Delta Psi




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E. RICHARD BANKOSKI
58 Wings Neck Road
Pocasset, Massachusetts
General

Bowling

ELAINE BROWN
106 Chestnut Street
Hyannis, Massachusetts
Genera/



BROOK BROWNE
Woods Hole, Mass.
College Transfer

LAWRENCE CAREY BUCKINGHAM
1 1 2 Sandwich Street
Plymouth, Massachusetts
Business Terminal

BEACON; Bowling; Foreseer; Editor-in-Chief; Young
Democrat Club; Tennis





MARY LOUISE ANN BUCKLEY
88 Brayton Avenue
Somerset, Massachusetts
General

Sophomore Class President; Student Senate; BEACON—
Correspondence Editor; Newman Club; Modern Lan-
guage Club; Christmas Dance Committee

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24 Worcester Street
Bridgewater, Massachusetts
General



GERMAINE CARON

109 Howard Avenue

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Transfer

BEACON

RONALD CARON
432 Sea Street
Hyannis, Massachusetts
General

Mug Club; BEACON





WILLIAM J. CROWL

50 Valentine Street

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Business Terminal

Student Senate— Treasurer; Budget and Finance Com-
mittee Chairman; Mug Club

PAULINE DANA
Wiinikainen Road,
West Barnstable
Transfer



JOHN DANIELS
Chequesset Neck Rd.
Wellfleet, Massachusetts
College Transfer

RICHARD DeNAPOLI
2 Otis Avenue
Cohasset, Massachusetts
Business Terminal

Student Senate; Book Store— Chairman; Housing Com-
mittee








ROGER DeNAPOLI
2 Otis Avenue
Cohasset, Massachusetts
Business Terminal

Student Senate; Judicial Committee; Book Store Com-
mittee

PATRICIA DiPIETRO
6 Riverview Avenue
Kingston, Massachusetts
Executive Secretarial

Cappas— Secretary; BEACON— Business Manager; Fore-
seer— Typing Manager; Student Senate Secretary; Bud-
get and Finance Committee; Activities Committee;
Freshman Initiation Committee



JOSEPH G. DOMINGOS
347 Rivet Street
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Transfer

Student Senate; Athletic Chairman; Dean's List; Intra-
mural Football; Intramural Basketball; Newman Club

JUDITH DOW
Oyster Harbor
College Transfer





AAARTHA DREADDY
New Bedford, Mass.
General

Newman Club— Treasurer

DIANNE DUGAN
Main St.
Brewster, Mass.
General

Young Republican Club



GULTEN ERGUL
Istanbul, Turkey
Transfer

ARMINDA FERREIRA

159 Earle Street

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Transfer

Romance Language Club





CARLENE BEVERLY FLANNERY
73 Standish Way
West Yarmouth, Massachusetts
College Transfer

Dean's List

DAN FLYNN
360 Main St.
Osterville, Mass.
Transfer

Phi Delta Psi; "College Close-Up" Vice Pres., Fresh-
man Class Phi Delta Psi, Co-Chairman College Week-
end, Mardi Gras Dance



PAUL H. FRAZIER

31 David Road

North Attleboro, Massachusetts

Transfer

Student Senate— President; Newman Club; Phi Delta
Psi; Dean's List; Young Democrats Club; Intramural
Sports; Freshman Week Chairman

SPENCER GREEN
Head of the Bay Road
Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts
Business Terminal





PATRICIA A. GODIN
Deer Hollow Road
Forestdale, Massachusetts
Transfer

Dean's List

ANGELA GOMES

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Transfer

Beacon Staff Copy Editor, Vice President, Newman
Club



SHARON GORDON

87 Hazard Street

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Transfer

Cappas— Vice President; Yearbook; Cheerleader; BEA-
CON; Alumni Committee

ROLAND HICKS
36 Popponessett Rd.
Cotuit, Massachusetts
College Transfer

Intramural Football; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Base-
ball





JOY HITCHCOCK
Breakwater Cottages
Hyannis, Massachusetts
Genera/

Co-Editor; Beacon

EDITH JOHNSON
New Bedford Road
Rochester, Massachusetts
Genera/



DIANNE JORDAN
80 Undine Circle
Springfield, Massachusetts
Transfer

Student Senate; Athletic Committee; Bookstore Comm.
Foreseer

ERNA G. KAMMELAAR
85 Pearl Street
Middleboro, Massachusetts
Genera/

BEACON; Dean's List






LORRAINE LAGUE
61 Highland Avenue
Newport, Vermont
Transfer

GLORIA LAMMENIN
Lincoln Road
Hyannis, Massachusetts
General



SALLY LYON
Coolidge Street
Cotuit, Massachusetts
Transfer

Cappas; BEACON; BEACON Dance Queen; Young
Republican's Club— Recording Secretary; Spring Week-
end Decorations Committee

DENNIS G. MACHADO

1 64 Shaw Street

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Genera/

Student Senate; Activities Comm; Athletic Committee;
Intramural Football; Intramural Basketball; Phi Delta
Psi; Senior Week Comm.; Swimming Instructor at
Otis





SUSAN AVERY MacLEOD
391 South Street
Hyannis, Massachusetts
Transfer

Sophomore Class— Vice President

ANDREW BEASLEY MILK
Old Colony Road
Hyannis, Massachusetts
Transfer

Freshman and Sophomore Class President; Phi Delta
Psi— Chairman; Intramural Football; Intramural Basket-
ball; College Weekend Co-chairman; Mardi Gras
Committee; Commencement Committee; Delegate to
Community College Forum; Christmas Dance Com-
mittee



CYNTHIA A. MONIZ

82 Sutton Street

New Bedford, Massachusetts

Transfer

Newman Club; Yearbook; Dean's List; Romance Lan-
guage Club

PHILLIP MOSKOFF
West Harwich, Mass.


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