Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1967
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Amherst Regional High School
J une, 1967
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Dedication ......... ......... 3
School Life. . .S ..... ...... . . 4
Faculty ........ ....... 2 O
Seniors ......... ...... 3 6
Underclassmen ......... ...... 6 8
Activities ......... ........ 8 8
Sports .......... ........ 1 12
Sponsors ......... ......... 1 28
Where is a Latin dictionary?
I need a nineteenth century English
novel for a book review.
Where can Ifind out about fluid dynamics?
Will you help me operate the teaching
These varied requests and others are met daily by Mrs.
Naomi Langford. Mrs. Langford through her unique at-
tention to every student concern has created an atmo-
sphere in the library both pleasantly relaxed and intellect-
ually alive. Her sincere generosity, unfailing cheerfulness
and patient guidance have made her a friend to all, and
this personal rapport has not been lost in the rising enroll-
ment from live hundred to over eight hundred. We, the
class of 1967, dedicate our yearbook to Mrs. Naomi Lang-
ford, our school librarian, for her contributions not only to
our class but to the entire school.
a diversity of experience
of pressure .
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MR. PAUL LANGLOIS
Univ. of Maine, B.A.g
Springfield College, M.Ed.
Mrs. Gladys Jenks and Mrs. Alice Modrzakowski smile during a rare free mo-
MR. FRANCIS GALLISHAW
Boston College, B.S., M.Ed.g
Univ. of Mass. C.A.G.S.
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Univ. ol' Mass.. B.S., M.S.
MR. JOHN CRAIG
College. B.S., M.A.g
MR. ROBERT DOMINA
Keene Teachers' College,
B.Ed.g Univ. of Mass., M.S.
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Springfield College, M.Ed.
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Mrs. Martha Gory, guidance secretary, arranges guidance ap-
MR. LAUREL CROUSE
Boston Univ., A.B.g
Univ. of Mass., M.Ed.
MJSS DOROTHY FURGESON
Spokane Univ., B.A.:
Smith College, M.A.
Miss Marie Sevene gives individual attention to her students.
MR. RICHARD GOODIN
Univ. of Maine, B.A.
Trinity College, M.A.
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MISS CHARLOTTE HALPIN
Worcester State College,
B.S.g Boston Univ., M.A.
Mr. Leslie Thomas administers his daily quiz.
MRS. NAOMI LANGFORD
Millersville State College,
MR. DAVID HAMMARSTROM
Springfield College, M.Ed.
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Mr. Richard Cvoodin instructs a junior-senior English class.
MRS. CAROLYN PALLAZOLA
English English. Reading
Univ. of Mass., B.A.
MISS MARIE SEVENE
B.S.: Univ. of Mass., M.Ed
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MRS. KATHRYN STONE
Adelphi Univ.. A.B.
MR. LESLIE THOMAS
Bates College, B.A.
Framingham State College.
The language faculty is aided by a modern language lab.
MRS. STEPHANIE DUBRAVCIC
Univ. of Zagreb, B.A.g
Univ. of Melbourne, M.A.
MRS. AIDA NAWAR
MR. DAVID HARTWELL
Univ. of Mass., B.A.
MR. WALTER OUIMETTE
Worcester State College.
B.S.g Univ. of Montreal,
MISS BETTY JANE DONLEY
Mt. Holyoke College, A.B.,
MR. JOSEPH JACOBS
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MRS. JOSEPHINE PEPPARD
Mt. Holyoke College. B.A.
MR. JOHN ADAMS
Bates College, A.B.g
Univ. of Rochester, M.A.
MR, KENDALL MCCLURE
Univ. of Texas, B.A.,
Univ. of Mass, M.Ed.
MR. WILLIAM AMES MR. PAUL CAOUETTE
History Modern Problems
Colby College, B.A.: Univ. of Mass.. B.A.
Univ. of Mass.. M.S.
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Al'he faculty took an active interest in the new humanities course. Teachers include, stand-
ing: Mr. Packard, Mr. Ames, Mr. Maggs, seated: Miss Furgeson, Prof. Herbie Hind, Mrs.
MR. SPELIOS STAMAS
Springfield College. B.S.g
Univ. of Mass., M.Ed.
MRS. MARY SLOAN
English, Social Studies ' Special Education
Univ. of Washington, B.A.
MR, FRANKLIN SHERBURN
Fitchburg State College, B.S.
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MR. PAUL JUDSON
Cornell Univ.. B.S.
Mr. Irwin Cepek instructs his advanced biology class.
MR. ARTHUR LELAND MR. KENNETH MORLEY
Univ. of Mass., B.S, Lowell Tech. Inst., B.S.
MRS. BILLIE RISACHER
Univ. of Mass., B.A.
MR. CLIFFORD OLIVER
Bates College, A.B.g
Univ. of Mass., M.S.g
Univ. of Penn., M.S.
MR. JAMES COOPEE
Univ. of Mass., B.S.,
MR. CHARLES CAMP MR. IRWIN CEPEK. JR.
Univ. of Mass., B.S. Springfield Coll.. B.S.:
Johns Hopkins, M.A.T, Westfield St. Teachers'
f MR. THOMAS STYSPEK
Sl. Anselm's College, B,A.
Mr. Arthur Leland takes a pensive pause in a pressured pe-
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Univ. of Mass., B.S.. M.Ed.
Miss Shirley Fortes conducts a class in bookkeeping.
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Salem State Teachers' College, .
MRS. JANE CROSS MISS SHIRLEY FORTES
Commercial Subjects Commercial Subjects
Plymouth State College. Salem State College.
MR. ROBERT CONNER
The Kings College, B.A.
MR. RICHARD DAVIS
Fitchburg State College,
MR. RICHARD ROBINSON
Keene State Teachers'
Mr. Richard Davis demonstrates a technique in woodworking.
MR. KENN ETH CAOUETTE
Gonzaga Univ.. B.A., M.A.
MR. HOLLIS MOORE
Fitchburg State College.
MR. JOHN PACKARD
Univ. of Rochester, A.B.
Yale Univ. School of Drama
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MR. JOHN MAGGS
Univ. of'Mass.. B.A.
Mr. John Maggs conducts the Amherst Chorus
MR. JAMES O'DONNELL, JR.
Physical Education, Mathematics
Univ. of Mass., B.A.
MR, CHARLES ABRAMSON MR. RUFUS KNEELAND
Physical Education Biology, Driver Education
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Springfield 0 ege, .3
' American International
Univ. of Mass., M.Ed.
Mr. Rufus Kneela
nd explains basketball technique.
MISS ELIZABETH LAWSON
Boston Univ., B.S.g
Springfield College, M.Ed.
MRS. OCTAVIA MILLER
Concord College, A.B.
MR. BRUCE OLDERSHAW
MRS. SHARON WHEELER, Teachers' Secretary
Mr. Bruce Oldershaw Works with students interested in audio
MISS PIERCE, Audio-Visual Secretary
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' Head Dietician
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS: Wallace Forman, Charles Stuart, head custodian, Donald
Ward, Eugene O'Neil.
CAFETERIA STAFF: Doris Karsh, Eunice Ball, Albina Newton, Olive Nelson, Dorothy
Ewell, Marjorie Glazier.
To the talented members of the Class of 1967, may l
wish you success in whatever Held of endeavor you
choose. And you will succeed if you use your talents wisely
and aggressively in the service of others.
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MR. KENNETH CAOUETTE
The Class of 1967 expresses great
appreciation to Mr. Arthur Leland and
Mr. Kenneth Caouette. Through the
guidance of these advisers our class
has enjoyed success in many projects,
including the junior cake sale, the
paper drive, and our many floats and
class skits. With their support We were
the first class to have a senior dinner
dance. In gratitude for the many hours
they have spent helping our class, we
thank Mr. Leland and Mr. Caouette.
FRANK P. CUSHMAN: Class President 2, 3, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Gym
Show 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Student Patrol 3,
Math Club 3, Leaders Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4:
Drama Club l, Pla Cast 1, Mass. Math Associa-
tion Award 2, 3, lgartmouth Book Award 3.
ROBERT A. FITZPATRICK JR.: Class Vice-
President 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2. 3: Football l,
2, 3, Captain 4, Weightlifting 2, 3, 4, Student
Gov't Day 3, Student Patrol 3, Captain 4, Gold-
bug Editor 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, SSEO 4, Pep
Club 3, 4, Boys' State 3,
COLLEEN MARIE McGUIRK: Transferred
from Athol, Mass. 33 Class Secretarly 4, Basketball
Manager 4, Cheerleading l, 2, Vo leyball 4, Stu-
dent Patrol 3, 4, Gnldbug 4, AFS 4, Ski Club l, 2,
3, 4, SSEO 4, Tri-S Club 3, Sec. 4, Pep Club 3, 4,
Band I, Chorus l, Play Crew 2.
PHILIP PARADIS: Transferred from Braintree,
Mass. 3, Class Treasurer 4, Student Council 4,
Swimming 3, Student Patrol 3, Captain 4, Ski
Club 3, 4, Leaders Club 3, 4.
ELLEN S. AGARD: National Honor Society 3,
V-Pres. 4, Talisman l, Goldbug 4, AFS 4, Art
Club l, 2, Drama Club I, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Pla?
Cast 2, 4, Play Crew l, 3, Excellence in Latin II ,
Latin III 3, Creative Writing Award l.
MARGARET C. AHEARN: Future Nurses Club
4: Future Homemakers Club 3, V.-Pres. and State
Parliamentarian 4, Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4,
Asst. Librarian 2, 3, Drama Club l.
GLORIA A. ALDRICH: Basketball l.
JOHN F. ALLEN: Gym Show 2, 3, 4, Goldbug 4,
Gymnastics Club 3, 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, March-
ing Band 1, 2, Mechanical Drawing Award l,
Presidential Physical Fitness Award 3, Northeast-
ern Univ. Technical Drawing Award 3.
PATRICIA SUE ANDERSON
SIMON J. APPELL: Transferred from Framing-
ham, Mass. 4, Football 4, Weightlifting 4, Soccer
1, Captain 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, SSEO 4, All-
Eastern Mass. Soccer.
KENNETH J. ARONS: National Honor Society
3, 4, Cross Country 4, Weightlifting 4, Track 3, 4,
Golding Editor 4, Gymnastics Club 3, Ski Club 3,
4, Lea ers Club 3, 4, A-V Club 2, Pres. 4, Lan-
guage Lab Asst. 3, Drama Club lg Thespians 2, 3,
V.-Pres. 4, Play Crew l, 2, 3, 4, German Award 3.
ARLENE G. ASHBY: Future Nurses Club 2:
Future Homemakers Club, Pres. 3, 4, Tri-S Club
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Outstanding Home Econom-
ics Student 3.
ELIZABETH J. ATKINSQ Student Patrol 3, Gru-
phic 3, SSEO 41 Future Nurses Club 2, Future
Homemakers Club 3, 4, Tri-S Club 3, 4, Pep Club
3. 4, Asst. Librarian 4. ,
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ROBERT A. FITZPATRICK JR.
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ELIZABETH J. ATKINS
CANDACE ANN BARR
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DONALD L. BIAS
THOMAS C. BIBEAU
CANDACE ANN BARR: Transferred from
State College, Pa. 43 National Honor Society 4g
Basketball 4g Volleyball 43 Student Patrol 4:
Goldbug 43 A.F.S. 43 SSEO 43 Tri-S Club 43 Pep
Club 43 Play Crew 4g N.E.D.T. Certificate of
Merit 2. '
JOSEPH BASARA: Transferred from West Palm
Beach, Fla., 43 Football 43 Track 43 SSEO 4.
HOLLY ELLERY BASTOW: Student Council l,
23 Volleyball 3, 43 Gym Show 2, 43 Student Patrol
43 Goldbug 43 A.F.S. 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 43 SSEO 43
Tri-S 2, Sec. 3, 43 Pep Club 2, Exec. Committee 3,
43 Chorus 2, 43 Music Club I3 Drama Club lg
Play Cast 23 Play Crew l3 DAR Award 4.
ARLYN BAUCOM: Volleyball l3 Goldbug 43
Outing Club 43 Tri-S 2, 3, 4.
ANITA BENNETT: Transferred from Yar-
mouth, Mass. 23 National Honor Society 3, Sec. 43
Model Congress 33 Debate Club Pres. 43 Goldbug
Editor 43 A.F.S. 2, 3, 4g French Club 2, Sec. 33
Language Lab Asst. 33 Chorus I, 2, 43 District
Chorus 23 Thespians 2. 3, Sec. 4.
SUSAN BETH BERGER: Transferred from.Md.
4g National Honor Society 43 Basketball 4: Vol-
leyball 43 Softball 43 Field Hockey 43 Gym Show
43 SSEO 43 Tri-S Club 43 Play Crew 43 Athletic
Girl Award 1.
JANIS ELAINE BETH
GARY F. BETURNEY: Outing Club 2, 3: Ski
Club 3, 4.
DONALD L. BIAS: Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, 43 Track 33 Baseball 2, 43 Student
Patrol 33 Leaders Club 3, 43 Presidential Physical
THOMAS C. BIBEAU: Student Council lg Stu-
dent Patrol 33 Goldbug 43 Math Club 3g SSEO 43
Pep Club 2, 3, Exec. Committee 43 Drama Club 13
Play Crew l, 4,
RUSSELL CARL BILLINGS: SSEO 4.
BETTY LYNN BRADLEY: Future Home-
makers Club 3: Asst. Librarian 2, 3, 4.
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ELLERY BASTOW ARLYN BAUCOM
SUSAN BETH BERGER
GARY F. BETURNEY
RUSSELL CARL BILLINGS
ROBERT BIRGE BETTY LYNN BRADLEY 43
BEVERLY ANN BRITT PAUL E- BRUNEI-LE
STEPHEN A. BROZO
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LINWOOD G. BUCZALA
STEPHEN M. BURROUGHS FELIPE CAMINO IVANISSEVICH
RAYMOND CHAPIN JR. BRENDA LOUISE CHICKERING
44 ERIC LESLIE CLARK
BEVERLY ANN BRITT: Future Nurses Club 2:
STEPHEN A. BROZO
PAUL E. BRUNELLE: National Honor Society
3, 43 Football 2, 3: Weightlifting 3.
SUSAN FRANCES BUCKHOUT: Basketball 2,
Volleyball 2, 3, Tri-S Club 2. 3, 4.
LINWOOD G. BUCZALA: Cross Country 2:
Basketball 3: Soccer 4, Baseball l, 2, 4, SSEO 4.
STEPHEN M. BURROUC-HS: SSEO 4: Lan-
guage Lab Asst. 3.
FELIPE CAMINO IVANISSEVICH: AFS 4.
DIANNA L. CAMPBELL: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2. 3, 4: Field Hockey4g
Gym Show 2, Goldbug4g Outing Club 3, 4, SSEO
4g Future Nurses Club 3g Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dential Physical Fitness Awardg Citizenship
PETER S. CARY: Weightlifting 2. 3: Rod 8: Gun
RAYMOND CHAPIN JR.: Football l, 2, 3, 4:
Cross Country 2, 3: Basketball lg Weightlifting 2,
3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4: Baseball lg Student Patrol 3, 4:
Rod 8: Gun Club 2, SSEO 4: Pep Club 2, 3.
BRENDA LOUISE CHICKERING: Student
Patrol 3, 4, Goldbug 43 SSEO 4, Art Club l, 4,
Drama Club 1.
ERIC LESLIE CLARK: Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 2g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Leaders Club 3, 4:
Pep Club Executive Committee 4.
WILLIAM W. CLARK: Student Council 2, 3g
Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Basketball l, 23 Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4g Leaders Club 3, 4, Football and
Baseball Most Valuable Player Awards lg All
Western Mass. Baseball Award 3, Booster Club
Outstanding Player Award 4: All League Foot-
ball Award 4. .
SUSAN FRANCES BUCKHOUT
DIANNA L. CAMPBELL
PETER S. CARY
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DANIEL SIDNEY CODY
RUSSELL W. COLVIN
ERIC H. CUTTING
SHARON LEE DAY
ROBERT BRUCE COPLIN
WILLIAM F. DCCOURCEY
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DEBORAH M. CRAIG
CHARLES R. DAVIS
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LAURA R. deSHERBININ
DANIEL SIDNEY CODY
RUSSELL W. COLVIN: Basketball 2: Swim-
ming 3, Soccer 4g Tennis 33 Skiing-4g Student Pa-
trol 3, 4g Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 2.
ROBERT BRUCE COPLIN: Cross Country 2,
Skiing 4, Student Patrol 3, 4g Ski Club 2, 3, 4.
DEBORAH M. CRAIG: National Honor Society
4g Basketball 3, 4g Softball 3, 43 Majorette 3, 4:
Student Patrol 4g Tri-S Club 3, 4, Presidential
Physical, Fitness Award.
DAVID CROSSMAN: Football I, 3,41 Basket-
ball l, 2, 3g Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Rod 8c Gun Club
ERIC H. CUTTING: Swimming 3g Tennis 2, 3,
45 Skiing Captain 43 Student Patrol 4: Ski Club 2.
3, V.-Pres. 4.
TUHIN DAS: Student Council Honorary Mem-
ber 4, AFS V.-Pres, 4, Orchestra 4.
CHARLES R. DAVIS: Basketball lg Leaders
Club 3, 4g SSEO 4.
PAUL DAVIS: Football 2g Basketball l, 2, 3, 43
Track 45 Physical Fitness Awards I, 2, 33 Out-
standing Basketball Award l.
SHARON LEE DAY: Class Secretary 2, 3g Stu-
dent Council I, 2. 3, Cheerleading I, 2, 3: Quid-
nunc I: Ski Club 2, 33 Tri-S Club 2, 3g Pep Club 2,
3g Play Crew Ig Girls' State.
WILLIAM F. DeCOURCEY: Outing Club 43
PENNY J. DEMAREST: National Honor Socie-
ty 3. 41 Goldbug 4, AFS 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4,
Tri-S Club -2, 3, 45 Drama Club I.
LAURA R. deSHERBININ: Student Gov't Da
3: Goldbug Editor 4g Graphic 43 AFS 3, 43 Frenc
Club 3: Band 1, 3, 4g District Band 4g Orchestra 43
Music Club Ig Art Club lg Drama Club I: Thes-
pians 3, 4, Play Cast Ig Play Crew 3, 4g French
Award l. I
LINDA J. DIHLMANN: Student Patrol 3, Gold-
bug 4, SSEO 4, Future Teachers Club 4, Tri-S
Club 2g Drama Club lg Citizenship Award l.
KATHERINE V. DITTFACH: National Honor
Society 3. 4, Student Government Day 3, Student
Patrol 3, Gofdbug Business Mgr. 4, AFS 3, Math
Club 3, Tri-S Club 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, Marching
Bland l, 2, 3, Drama Club l: Thespians 2. 3,
Treas. 4, Play Cast lg Play Crew l, 3, 4g National
Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4.
JOHN DOLEVA: Gym Show 2, Leaders Club 3.
JAMES DOUBLEDAY: Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4.
WILLIAM J. DOUBLEDAY: Football l, 2, 3,
Captain 4, Weightlifting 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Stu-
dent Government Day 3, 4, Goldbug 4, Leaders
Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4.
DAVID B. EIBEN: CrossCountry 2, 3, captain
4, Track 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 3, 4.
MICHAEL EVERSON: Swimming 3, Gym
Show 2, 3, 4, Student Patrol 3.
LEONARD E. EZBICKI: Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chess Club 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, Band 2, Pep
Band 2, Play Cast 3.
L. PETER FELDMAN: National Honor Society
3, 4, Soccer 4, Baseball Manager l, 2, Model
Congress 3, Student Patrol 4, Debate Club 4,
Quidnunc 1, Goldbug 4, AFS 2, 3, 4: French Club
3, 4, A.S.M.W. Team 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Band 2,
Pep Band 2, Marching Band 2, Orchestra 2, Cho-
rus 2, Drama Club I, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Play Casts
1, 2, 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation
4, Debate Club 4, Debate Trophies 4.
JEFFREY D. FERGUSON: Footballel, Basket-
ball l, Weightlifting 3, Track 3, Student Patrol 4,
Rod 8a Gun Club Pres. 4.
LORALIE H. FERWERDA: French Club 3,
SSEO 4, Future Homemakers Club 3, 4, Assistant
Librarian 1, Band 1, 2, Chorus l, 2.
SAMUEL F LOGE
SUSAN C. GERVICKAS: Volleyball4, Goldbug
4, Ski Club 4, Future Homemakers Club 2, 3, 4,
Art Club 4.
LINDA J. DIHLMANN
WILLIAM J. DOUBLEDAY
L. PETER FELDMAN JEFFREY D. FERGUSON
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KATHERINE V. DITTFACH
DAVID B. EIBEN
JOHN DOLEVA JAMES DOUBLEDAY
LEONARD E. EZBICKI
LORALIE H. FERWERDA
SUSAN C. GERVICKAS
JANET L. GLAZIER
ELIZABETH MARIE GUYOTT
LORNE F. HATT
TIMOTHY D. HAYDEN
JANET L. GLAZIER: Presidential Physical Fit-
ness Award l, 2, 3.
JEFFREY L. GLAZIER: Track 1.
JUDITH ANN GLAZIER: Volleyball 3, 4, Stu-
dent Patrol 3, 4, Goldbug 4, SSEO 4, Pep Club 2,
3,4, Drama Club I.
RONALD P. GLAZIER: National Honor Socie-
ty 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Football I, Basket-
ball 2, 3, Soccer 3, Captain 4, Gym Show 2, 3, 4,
Baseball I, Student Patrol 4, Math Club 3, Gym-
nastics Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Harvard Book
ELIZABETH MARIE GUYOTT: Student
Council l, 2, 3, Cheerleading l, 2, Captain 3, 4,
Student Patrol 4: Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3,
JAMES ALAN HANKINSON: Football 1, Out-
ing Club 4, SSEO 4, Chorus 3: Play Cast 3, Play
Crew 2, 3.
DAVID ELLIS HARDAKER: Football I, Cross
Country 2, Swimming 3, 4, Soccer 4, Gym Show
3, 4, Track 3, Baseball 4, Leaders Club 3, 4,
WILLIAM A. HARLOW: Outing Club 45 Rod 8:
Gun Club 4,
LORNE F. HATT: Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Lan-
guage Lab Asst. 3.
TIMOTHY D. HAYDEN: National Honor Soci-
ety 3, 4, Football 4, Swimming 3, Captain 4, Stu-
dent Patrol 3, 4, Goldbug 4, Ski Club 3, 4, SSEO
GRETCHEN LOUISE HEBERT: Class Treasur-
er 2, Student Council Treas. I, Cheerleading l,
Student Patrol 3, Quidnunc lg Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4, French Club 2, Drama
Club 1, Citizenship Award I, Student Council
A. JAMES HOBART: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball I, 3, Baseball l, 3, 4, Leaders Club 4, Drama
GREGORY E. HOWARD
JEFFREY L. GLAZIER
JAMES ALAN HANKINSON
GRETCHEN LOUISE HEBERT
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WILLIAM A. HARLOW
DAVID ELLIS HARDAKER
A. JAMES HOBART GREGORY E. HOWARD 51
NANCY DARLEEN JENKS
VICTORIA CATHERINE HUFF
JOY A. JOHANNSEN ' JOHN R- JONES
KAREN H. KEEGAN
NANCY MARIE KELLEY
MARCELLA HOWARD: BasketbaIl.l. 2: Vol-
leyball I, 2, 3: Softball I, 2: Tri-S Club 2, 3.4: Pep
Club 3: Chorus 2.
MARSHA HOWARD: Basketball I. 2, 3, 4:
Cheerleading I: Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Softball 2, 3.4:
Field Hockey Captain I: Gym Show I: Goldlrug
4: Tri-S Club 2. 3, 4.
VICTORIA CATHERINE HUFF: National
Honor Society 3, 4: Goldbug Editor-in-Chief:
AFS Club 3, 4: Tri-S Club 3. 4: Drama Club I:
Thespians 3, 4: Play Cast I, 3, 4: Play Crew I, 3,4:
Chorus I: Music Club I: Art Club I, 4.
JOSEPH R. HUGILL: Football 3: Weightlifting
4: Swimming 3: Soccer 4: Baseball I, 2.
NANCY DARLEEN JENKS: Basketball I, 2. 3,
4: Volleyball 3, 4: Softball I, 2, 3, 4: Goldbug 41
SSEO 4: Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: Drama
JOY A. JOHANNSEN: National Honor Society
3. 4: Student Patrol 4: Goldbug 4: Pep Club 4.
JOHN R. JONES: Language Lab Assistant 4.
CHARLES N. JULIAN JR.: Football 4: Basket-
ball 2: Weightlifting 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Math
Club 3: Leaders Club 3, 4: Band I.
EDWARD J. KANIECKI
KAREN H. KEEGAN: Basketball I: Cheerlead-
ing I, 2, 3, 4: Student Patrol 4: SSEO 4: Tri-S
Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4.
NANCY MARIE KELLEY: Class Treasurer 3:
Basketball 2: Cheerleading 3: Student Patrol 3:
Talisman I: Goldbug Editor 4: SSEO Treas. 4:
Tri-S Club 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4:
Music Club l,
JAMES KING: Cross Country 4: Track 3.4: Rod
8: Gun Club 4.
LESTER EDWARD KOPINTO: Basketball I, 3,
4: Baseball I, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2.
3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH R. HUGILL
CHARLES N. JULIAN JR.
EDWARD J. KANIECKI
LESTER EDWARD KOPINTO
ANN ELIZABETH KOSAKOWSKI
KENNETH FRANCIS KOSAKOWSKI
STEPHEN P. KUCINSKI
OLIVER E. LACLAIRE JR
SUSAN MARIE KZCOWSKI
RONALD LASHWAY TERESA ANN LASHWAY
PETER G. KOSLOSKI JR.
JAMES HESS LANGFORD
RHEA LINDSTEDT EL JAMES MAKI
ANN ELIZABETH KOSAKOWSKI: Student
Council l, 43 Cheerleading lg Field Hockey 4g
Student Patrol 4, Talisman lg Goldbug 4, French
Club 21 Chorus lg Art Club 2g Drama Club lg
Play Cast l, 2, Play Crew l, 2, 3, 4.
KENNETH FRANCIS KOSAKOWSKI: Rod 8:
Gun Club Sec.-Treas. 3, 45' A-V Club 3, 4.
IRENE KOSINSKI: Volleyball 25 Tri-S 3, 4, Pep
Club 25 Chorus 33 Play Crew 3.
PETER G. KOSLOSKI JR.: Cross Country 23
Basketball 2, 3: Weightlifting 43 Track 3, 4g Base-
ball lg Student Patrol 33 Rod 8a Gun Club 3. 43
Western Mass. Track Meet 3.
STEPHEN P. KUCINSKIZ Student Patrol 2.
SUSAN MARIE KZCOWSKIZ Basketball l, 2,
Volleyball 4g Graphic 4g Pep Club 43 Pep Band lg
Chorus l, 2, 3, 41 District Chorus 4g Drama Club
lg Play Crew lg Vocal Music Award l.
OLIVER LACLAIRE JR.
JAMES HESS LANGFORD: Cross Country 2:
Rod 8: Gun Club 2, 39 SSEO 4: Band l, 2, 3, 45
Pep Band I. 2, 33 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 43 Or-
chestra 2, 3, 4g Chorus lg Art Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Drama Club lg Thespians 4g Play Cast l, 3, 4.
LINDA LASALLE: Student ,Patrol 3. 4: SSEO.
RONALD LASI-IWAY: Basketball l, 2, 3. 4, Soc-
cer 3, 4, Baseball 4: Student Gov't Day 3, 4: Stu-
dent Patrol 3, 43 Leaders Club 4.
TERESA ANN LASHWAY: Basketball l, 4,
Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4.
RHEA LINDSTEDT: Chorus lg Drama Club 1.
JAMES MAKI: Basketball 43 Baseball 4.
STEVEN S. MARCUS: National Honor Society
3. 4: Football lg Golf 3, 4:'Model Congress 2.
Pres. 3. 4: Debate Club 4: Talisman I: Goltlbug
Editor 4: Grupliit- 2. 3: AFS 3. 4: Math Club. Pres.
31 French Club 2. 3: A.S.M,W. Team 3. 4: Drama
Club I: Play Crew I: National Merit Semi-tinalist
HEIDI ANN MARKERT: National Honor Soci-
ety 3. 4: Basketball l. 2, 3. Captain 4: Volleyball 2.
3.4: Softball 2. 4: Student Gov't, Day Planning
Board 3: Quizlnunc' l: Golflhug 4: Future Teachers
Club. V.-Pres, 3. Pres. 4: Tri-S Club 2. 3. 41 Cho-
rus I, 2: Music Club I1 Art Club l: Drama Club
lg Play Crew 2. 3: Danforth Award lz Graduation
LAUREN GAIL McCARTNEY: Volleyball 3.4:
Student Patrol 3: Goldhug Editor 4: AFS 4: Play
Cast 3. 4: Play Crew 4.
DEBORAH DIANE MELNICK: Cheerleading
4: Student Patrol 3, 4: Goldbug 4: Ski Club 3. 4:
Tri-S Club 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Drama Club l.
BRUCE B. METCALF1 National Honor Society
3. 4: Football Trainer 3. 4: Cross Country 4: Ten-
nis 2: Talisman I: Goldbug 2. Editor 3. 4: Graplziz'
2. 3. 4: AFS 3: A.S.M.W. Team 3: Drama Club l:
Thespians 2. 3. 4: Play Cast 2, 3. 4: Play Crew l. 2.
3, 4: Honor Thespian 2: Northeastern Technical
Drawing Contest Semi-finalist 3: National Merit
Letter of Commendation 4.
PETER H. MISHKINZ National Honor Society 3,
4: Art Club I: Drama Club I: Latin Prize 1.3.
PAMA ANN MITCHELL: National Honor Soci-
ety 3. 4: Volleyball 3: Majorcttes 2. 3: French
Club 2. 3. 41Tt'i-S Club 2. 3. 4: Art Club 2. 3: Play
ANNE MOREAU: Student Council V.-Pres. l.
Sec. 3. 4: Basketball Manager4: Cheerleading l:
Volleyball 3. 4: Gym Show 2: AFS 3. 4: Ski Club
See. 2. 3. 4: Tri-S Club 2. V.-Pres. 3. Pres. 4: Pep
Club 2. 3. 4: Chorus l. 2: District Chorus 2. 4:
All-State Chorus 4: Drama Club l: Play Cast I. 3.
42 Presidential Physical Fitness Award 3.
MARTHA ANNE MORRISSEY: Tri-S Club 4:
Pep Club 2: Drama Club l.
SUSAN ELIZABETH MORRISSEYZ Volleyball
3: Golfllzug 4: Ski Club 3. 41 Tri-S Club 2. 3.4:
Pep Club 3. 4: Drama Club I1 Play Crew l.
DALE R. MORROW: Basketball l: Baseball I:
Pep Club Exec. Member 31 Chorus 2.
DAVlD'E. MOSH ER: Cross Country 2. 3. Cab-
tain 41 Track 2. 3. 4: Outing Club 4.
SHEILA E. NIMESKERN: Cheerleading 2:
Tri-S Club 3. 4: Chorus 4.
STEVEN S. MARCUS
BRUCE B. METCALF
MARTHA ANNE MORRISSEY SUSAN ELIZABETH MORRISSEY
HEIDI ANN MARKERT
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PAMA ANN MITCHELL
DAVID E. MOSHER
SH EILA E. NIMESKERN
GEORGE F. OBERLANDER
CHRISTINA LANG LOIS PAPPAS
CHARLES B. PAU LIN
GEORGE F. OBERLANDER: Swimming 3:
Tennis 2. 3. 4: Student Patrol 3, 4: Talisman l:
Guldhug 4: Gymnastics Club 3. 4: Outing Club 3:
Drama Club lg National Merit Letter of Com-
mendation 4. '
LINDA M. O'BRIEN: Talismait tt Tn-s Club 2.
3. 4: Junior Business Award.
DANIEL OLIM: Transferredfrom Chicago. Ill.
4: Student Council 3: Math Club 3: Chess Club 3.
4: Language Lab Asst. 2.
CAROL A, OLIVEIRA: National Honor Society
3. 4: Majorettes 2, 3, 4: Gym Show 2: Graphic' 3:
Conscience 3: Future Homemakers Club 3. 4:
Tri-S Club 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4.
DAVID ORRELL: Baseball l, 3. 41 Student Pa-
trol 4: Outing Club 3. 4: SSEO 4.
CARL T. OSTROWSKI: Rod 84 Gun Club
MATTHEW H. PAGE: Weightlifting 2: Baseball
3: Rod 8: Gun Club 2: SSEO 4: Pep Club 2.
NORMAN L. PAGE: Cross Country 2, Captain
3. 4: Basketball 2: Swimming 3. 4: Track 2. 3. 4:
Outing Club 2. 3: SSEO 4: Pep Club 4.
CHRISTINA LANGLOIS PAPPAS: Goldhug 4:
Graphic' 4: Outing Club 3: Record Writing Con-
CHARLES B. PAULIN: National Honor Society
4: Soccer 3. Captain 4: Student Patrol 4: French
Club 3: Gymnastics Club 3: Leaders Club 3. 4:
Rotary Club Award 3. 3 '
KATHLEEN PERVIER: Basketball l: Volley-
ball l: Quidmmc I: Pluy Crew I. 2.
CLAUDIA ANN PETERS: National Honor So-
ciety 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4: Goldbug 4: AFS 4:
Tri-S Club 3.4: Orchestra 2.3.41 Chorus. Pres. 3:
Thespians 3. 4: Play Cust 3: Play Crew 3. 4,
CYNTHIA CARROLL PIERCE: Volleyball l. 2.
3: Softball l. 2. 3: Tri-S Club 2: Pep Club 2: Art
Club 3. 4. '
LINDA M. O'BRIEN
DANIEL OLIM CAROL A. OLIVEIRA
CARL T. OSTROWSKI
MATTHEW H. PAGE
CLAUDIA ANN PETERS
NORMAN L. PAGE
CYNTHIA CARROLL PIERCE
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WILLIAM S. SERUES
NORMAN PROCTOR: Weightlifting 3, 4, A-V
Club 4: SSEO 4, Assistant Librarian 3, Play Cast
2: Play Crew 2. I
ROGER W. RHODES: National Honor Society
3, Pres. 4, Student Council 2: Football 3, Soccer
4, Baseball l, 2. 3. 4: Skiing Captain 4: Model
Congress 3, 4, Student Patrol 4, Tlilisman l,
Quidnunc l, AFS 2. 3, 4, Math Club 3, French
Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Club 3, 4, Ski Club 2,
V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Leaders Club'3, 4, Play Cast 3,
Amherst Academy Prize for Excellence in Latin II
3: National Delegate to Youth Conference on the
Atom 4, National Merit Scholarship Letter of
JAMES BENJAMIN RICCIZ Football 2. 3,
Leaders Club 3. 4: SSEO Pres. 4.
MARGARET E. RICE: Student Council 1, Gold-
bug 4: AFS 3, Pres. 4, French Club 3: Tri-S Club
2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, District Orchestra 3, 4,
Drama Club Sec. 1, Thespians 2, 3, 4.
GENE RICKER: Transferred from Melrose,
Mass. 3, Student Patrol 2.
HUBERT E. ROBERT JR, Transferred from
Springfield, Mass. 3: National Honor Society 3,45
Goldbug 4, Graphic 3, A.S.M.W. Team 4: Nation-
al Merit Scholarship Finalist 4.
MANUEL P. ROBERTS: Student Patrol 4,
Gymnastics Club 3. 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, SSEO
4, Band lg Pep Band l, Marching Band l.
SUSAN ROCK: National Honor Society 3, 4,
Future Nurses Club 4.
MARY ELIZABETH ROLLASON: National
Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council l: Goldbug
Editor 41 AFS 2, 3. 4, Math Club 3: French Club
2, 3. 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-S Club 2. 3. 4: March-
ing Band l, Music Club lg Drama Club l, Play
RUDOLPHO SANDOVAL JR.: Football 1, 2, 3.
4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Student
Patrol3,4, Leaders Club 4.
CHRISTOPHER SAVEREID: National Honor
Society 3. 4: Goldbug 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band
l, 2. 3, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4: Art Club l:
Drama Club lg Thespians 2, 3, Pres. 4, Play Cast
l. 3: Play Crew 3, 4, Best Thespian 3.
WILLIAM S. SERUES: Cross Country 2, 3, 43
Squash Captain 4, Tennis l. Captain 2, 3. 4,
Chess Club 4, Leaders Club 3. 4: SSEO 4.
SUSAN ANNE SHEA: Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Majo-
rctte 2, Captain 3, 4, Gym Show 2. 3. 4: Student
Patrol 4, Math Club 3: French Club 3, SSEO 2:
Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakcrs Club 2. 3,
4, All-State Band 2, 3, 4, Music Club l: Great
Books Discussion Club 3. ii , .
MARGARET E. RICE
MARY ELIZABETH ROLLASON
SUSAN ANNE SH EA
DAVID KARL SHEERMAN
MARGARET SOULE SHELDON
SUSAN D. SIMMONS
SAMUEL C. SKILLINGS
MARJORIE VERNA STOCKWELL
BRENDA MARY STODDARD EDWARD FORREST STODDARD III
EDWARD R. STOCKWELL
GLADYS AMY STONE GRANT EVANS STRANGE
DAVID KARL SHEERMAN: Transferred from
Northampton, Mass. l: Ski Club 3, SSEO 4.
MARGARET SOULE SHELDON: Student Pa-
trol 3, 4, Graphic 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Ski Club
2, 3, 4, Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Drama Club l.
ERIC SIGGIA: Transferred from Orange, Conn.
4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club l, 2,
3, National Merit Finalist 4, Olin-Mathieson Re-
search Grant 3.
SANDRA SIMMONS: Student Patrol 3, 4, Gold-
hug 4: AFS Club 3, 4,-Ski Club 3, 4, SSEO 4,
Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
SUSAN D. SIMMONS: Basketball l, 2, Volley-
ball 4: Golflbug 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, SSEO 4, Tri-S
Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club l.
SAMUEL C. SKILLINGS: Rod 8: Gun Club 4,
A-V Club 3, Sec.-Treas. 4.
JOHN SNEDECOR: Band l, 2, Pep Band I, 2,
Marching Band l, 2, Orchestra l, 2, Play Crew l.
EDWARD R. STOCKWELL: Rod 8: Gun Club
2, 3, 4. ,
MARJORIE VERNA STOCKWELL: National
Honor Society 3, 4, Student Patrol 3, Talisman 1,
Galdbug Editor 4, AFS 3, 4, Math Club Secy 3,
French Club 3. 4, SSEO Sec. 4, Future Teachers
Club 3, 4, Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4, Cho-
rus l, 2, 3, Drama Club I, Thespians 3, 4, Play
Cast I, Play Crew 1, 3, 4, National Merit Letter of
BRENDA MARY STODDARD: SSEO 4: Fu-
ture Homemakers Club Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Tri-S Club
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. A
EDWARD FORREST STODDARD III: Na-
tional Honor Society 3, Treas. 4, Student Council
I, 2, Pres. 4, Football Manager l, Soccer 4: Base-
ball 2, 3, Golf 3, 4, Model Congress 3, Student
Patrol 3, Debate Club Sec. 4, Talisman I, Gold-
bug 4, Graphic 2, 3, AFS 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3,
French Club 2, 3, 4, A.S.M.W. Team 3, 4, Band l,
2, Pep Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, Drama Club
l: Thcspians 4, Play Cast l,2, 3. 4: Play Crew 1,3,
4, National Merit Letter of Commendation.
GLADYS AMY STONE: Majorette 2, Gym
Show 1, Galdbug 4, Outing Club 4, Future Nurs-
es Club 2, Future Homemakers Club 3, Sec. 4,
Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
GRANT EVANS STRANGE: Art Club I, 2, 3, 4.
LORRAINE A. STRONG: Basketball l, 2: Vol-
leyball 1, 2, Future Nurses Club 2, Tri-S Club 2,
3, 4, Pep Club 2. 3.
JEANETTE M. STUMBO: Outing Club 4, SSEO
45 Future Teachers Club 33 Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4g
Drama Club lg Journal Record Creative Writing
Contest Poetry Award l.
DAVID S. SURREY: Swimming 3, 4, Track 2g
Student Patrol 43 Graphic 2, Ski Club 3.
WALTER JOHN SWARTZ
RONALD A. THERRIEN
JANE H. THOMPSON: Student Council lg Bas-
ketball Manager 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Student
Patrol 3, 43 Talisman lg Qui nunc lg Goldbug 3, 4:
Graphic 2, AFS Club 2, 3, 41 Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Fu-
ture Teachers Club 2g Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4, Pe Club
2, 3, 43 Chorus 1,43 Music Club lg Drama Club 1.
SHIRLEY ANN THOMPSON. Majofene 2, 3,
SSEO 4, Future Homemakers Club 43 Tri-S Club
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4.
BARRY R. THORNTON: Rod 8: Gun Club 3, 4:
A-V Club 3, 4.
GAIL ELIZABETH THORNTON: Student Pa-
trol 3, 4g Grafphic 3, 4, Future Teachers Club 3, 4,
Asst. Librarian 4g Drama Club l.
SHIRLEY ,A. TIDLUND: Volleyball 43 Student
Patrol 41 Goldbug 4, SSEO 4, Tri-S Club 2, 3, 4g
Pep Club 4.
JOHN C. TILLEY: Football lg Soccer 4, Gym
Show 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Student Patrol 3, 4, Outrng
Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, A-V Club 2, 3g Chorus
l, 2, 43 Art Club l, 2, 4.
LORRAINE A. STRONG
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GAIL ELIZABETH THORNTON
JEANETTE M. STUMBO
DAVID 3, SURREY WALTER JOHN SWARTZ
JANE H. THOMPSON SHIRLEY ANN THOMPSON
BARRY R. THORNTON
SHIRLEY A. TIDLUND
JOHN C. TILLEY
LINDA LOUISE VENDETTE
DONNA CHERYL WOOD
OLAF L. WEEKS
LINDA LOUISE VENDETTE: SSEO 4.
ELLEN RUTH WADE: SSEO 4g Future Home-
makers Club 3. Treas. 4: Tri-S Club 2. 3. 41 Math
RICHARD WALLER .
MARY ELIZABETH WEBB: SSEO 4: Future
Homemakers Club Trcas.. Historian 3. 43 Tri-S
Club 3. 4g Pep Club 3, 4: Asst. Librarian 3,
OLAF L. WEEKS: Cross Country 3. 43 Swim-
ming 3. 41 Track 3.
WILLIAM D. WELLS: Rod 8: Gun Club 2.
MARTHA WILSON: Basketball l. 2. 3: Cheer-
leading 2. 3: Track 31 Student Patrol 3. 4g Talis-
man lg Quielnunc lgTri-S Club 2. 3.4: Pep Club 3.
MARY ELLEN .l. WOJTOWICZ: National
Honor Society 3. 4g Student Patrol 3. 4: Tri-S
Club 2. 3. 41 Outstanding Performance in Junior
Business Training I.
DONNA CHERYL WOOD: Student Patrol 4:
Future Nurses Club See.-Treas. 2. 3. Sec. 41 Fu-
ture Homemakers Club 43 SSEO 4g Tri-S Club 2.
3. 41 Pep Club 3, 43 Drama Club I.
PATRICIA ANN WOODARD: Student Council
lg Basketball 2, 3. 4: Cheerleading 41 Field Hock-
ey 4: Track 3, 43 Student Patrol 4g SSEO 4g Tri-S
Club 2, 3, 4.
STEVEN P. WOODARD: National Honor Soci-
ety 3. 41 Student Council 43 Gymnastics Club 43
Ski Club 3g SSEO V.-Pres. 4: Drama Club lg
Thespians 3. 4: Play Cast I, 3, 4.
KATHERINE A. ZUNIC: National Honor Soci-
ety 4: Basketball 2. 3g Volleyball 3. 43 Softball 25
Quidnunc' lg Goldbug 4: Ski Club 4g Tri-S Club 2.
3, 4g Pep Club 3. 4.
ELLEN RUTH WADE
WILLIAM D. WELLS
RICHARD WALLER MARY ELIZABETH WEBB
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MARY ELLEN J. WOJTOWICZ
PATRICIA ANN WOODARD
STEVEN P. WOODARD KATHERINE A. ZUNIC 67
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Front row,from Iej: J. Russell, L. Ludtke, A. Oberlander, J. Grady, S. Mitchell, E. Domina, D. Drew, K. Zwinakis, D. Hull, A
Kosakowskig Second row: Mr. Paul Caouette, S. Hugill, R. Laprade, F. Kielbasa, L. Marx, C. Allen, J. Ball, F. Cushman, C
Bray: Third row: P. Paradis, S. Woodward, E. Bleckwehl, L. Small, B. Fitzpatrick, M. Modrzakowski, J. Webb, B. Taylor, C
The Student Council was led by Ed Stodd-
ard, President, Art Seaver, Vice-Presidentg
Anne Moreau, Secretaryg and Diane Drew,
Treasurer. For the first time Student Council
representatives were elected from every home-
room. Under the advisership of Mr. Paul
Caouette, the Council sponsored many activi-
ties including a dance, the hall decoration con-
test at Christmas, Field Day, the No-Talent
Show and various assemblies.
Below the Tiajuana Trash play, while above with whipped cream and other de-
lights the seniors enact a brawl at the Dodge City Saloon in the No-Talent
In Tennessee Williams' 'SThe Case ofthe Crushed Petu-
I'l1dS,,, were Lyn Singer and Kitty Warner.
Ellen Agard, Jim Langford, and Nick Williams comprised the cast ofChekov's The Mar
This year Thespian Troupe 1333 encouraged further in-
terest in the dramatic arts at A.R.H.S. In the fall, they
broke the tradition of a single production and presented
nAn Evening of One-Actsf, including three short one-act
plays. Since they were winners in last year,s New England
drama competition, they helped to host the Boston play
festival in March. The spring production was the highly
successful Broadway musical, "How to Succeed in Busi-
ness Without Really Tryingf, Mrs. Katy Stone continued
as the troupels adviser. Officers were: Chris Savereid,
Presidentg Ken Arons, Vice-Presidentg Anita Bennett,
Secretaryg and Kathy Dittfach, Treasurer.
James Barrie,s mystery, "Shall We Join the Ladies
rounded out the evening of one-acts.
Front row,from law: A. Eiben, C. Peters, C. Savereid, President, K. Arons, Vice-President, A. Bennett, Secretary, K. Dittfach, Treasurer, J.
Paulsen, A. Marcus, M. Stockwell, D. Drewg Second row: Advisers Mr. Packard and Mrs. Stone, S. Woodard, T. McCabe, S. Stoddard, B.
Metcalf, P. Feldman, N. Williams, M. Rice, L. deSherbinin,
Mr. Packard holds an informal script reading with cast members of
'How to Succeed."
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Singers from "How to Succeedu practice with Mr. Maggs, musical director, after
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
Members of the orchestra, directed by
Mr. John Maggs, enthusiastically pre-
pared for the Christmas concert where
they not only performed alone, but also ac-
companied the chorus. During the re-
maining portion ofthe year, they began re-
hearsing for appearances in the spring
concert and graduation. Three members
were chosen to participate in the Western
Mass. District Concert: Sara Dickinson,
viola, Margie Rice, cello, and Barbara
Wagner, oboe. Sara Dickinson was also
chosen to represent Amherst in the All-
After having shown musical spirit at the
first pep assembly and at football games,
the band, also directed by Mr. Maggs,
began to rehearse for its February concert
and later in the year for the spring concert.
Three members participated in the West-
ern Mass. District Concert, Laura deSher-
binin, fluteg Jacky Grady, clarinet, and
Kathy Grady, flute.
The orchestra practiced evenings in addition to several periods a week
The Chorus, under the direction of
Mr. John Maggs, presented both a
school assembly and a public concert
during the Christmas season. They
then began preparation for a spring
concert and graduation exercises. Sev-
eral members participated in the
Western Mass. District Chorus held at
Amherst this year. In February Anne
Moreau and Ann Eiben represented
Amherst in the All-State Concert in
The band poses just prior to the first annual February concert
A. Kosakowski, M. Rice. and L. McCartney, members of the layout staff work
under the direction of L. de Sherbinin, who was co-editor with A. Bennett
Steve Marcus was editor ofthe faculty section.
Editor-in-chief Vicki Huff discusses problems with Mr. Goodin, ad-
Members ofthe activities staff are,from leji, Front row: J. Thompson, C. McGuirk, S. Kzcow
skig Second row: M. Stockwell, editorg T. Bibeau, P. Feldman, and L. McCartney, editor.
The business staff included J. Grady, J. Glazier, K. Dittfach, manager, and J. Johannsen.
Bob Fitzpatrick, editor of the sports section, looks over pic
tures with Tim Hayden. Kathy Zunic, also an editor, is miss
M. Burroughs, J. Kosakowski, and S. Bunn, who worked on the underclassmen ing.
section, review copy with N. Kelley, editor.
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and B. Rollasong Second row H. Robert, B. Chickering, G. Oberlander, and R.
John Allen, Bruce Metcalf, and Bill Doubleday composed
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Holly Bastow leads a meeting of'Pep Club, which is composed of representatives from each class.
The Pep Club was successful
in promoting much enthusi-
asm and good sportsmanship
this year through the many ac-
tivities it sponsored. These in-
cluded pep rallies, dances after
the games, chartering pep
buses to away football and bas-
ketball games, and selling
shakers at football games. The
club also sponsored the annual
Booster Day activities. Mrs.
Marjorie Day served as advis-
ser, and officers were: Holly
Bastow, Presidentg Kathy
Betsy Dorman, Secretaryg and
Janice Stowell, Treasurer.
As usual the Senior Class float won the Booster Day float competition.
The court at the Tri-S formal included: Holly Bastow, Diane Drew, Noli Bias, Anne Moreau, queen,
Ann Eiben, Colleen McGuirk, and Donna Mellen.
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Marjorie Day, the Tri-S Club again demon-
strated its meaning of Service, Sportsmanship
and Scholarship. Under the leadership of
Anne Moreau, President, Cynthia Conway,
Vice-president, Colleen McGuirk, Secretary,
and Judy Knowles, Treasurer, Tri-S members
sold UNICEF Christmas cards and collected
used clothing. The traditional Tri-S formal
was held at the Lord Jeffrey Inn on December
17. The girls also sponsored-a float in the
Booster Day parade and held a successful
show mixed reactions to Tri-S initiation.
Tri-S Club officers discuss plans for the coming year
National Honor Society members,j?om lejlfront row: M. Wojtowicz, C. Oliveira, S. Rock, J. Johannsen, C. Peters, M. Stockwell, B. Rollason
H. Markert, P. Demarest, A. Bennett, Second row: Adviser Miss Donley, R. Glazier, B. Metcalf, P. Feldman, H. Roberts, C. Savereid, K. Arons
S. Woodard, S. Stoddard, R. Rhodes, F. Cushman, S. Marcus.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Robert Frost Chapter of the National Honor Society honors students who have achieved high-
ly in Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. During the year it sponsored a tutoring service
for students requesting help in academic subjects. It also earned money for a scholarship program. In
April juniors and seniors who had achieved the high standards set by the society were inducted into
the group by its officers: Roger Rhodes, President, Ellen Agard, Vice-President, Anita Bennett, Sec-
retary, and Edward Stoddard, Treasurer. Miss Betty Donley served as adviser.
The Art Club, under the super-
vision of Mr. John Packard, pro-
motes interest in all phases of art.
In December, club members, led
by.Mary Beth Stanne, President,
and Cynthia May, Secretary-
Treasurerg held a bazaar, the pro-
ceeds of which were used to buy
materials and finance a trip to
New York City. Club members
also exhibited many items of their
own work throughout the school.
Members of the art club work on individual projects under the direction of club adviser Mr.
Tuhin Das shows slides at an AFS Club meeting.
AFS students Felipe Camino and Tuhin Das are introduced to Mrs. Nawar and Mrs. Day
by Margie Rice at an AFS Club reception. '
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB
The AFS club was fortunate to be able
to sponsor the exchange of two foreign stu-
dents this year, Tuhin Das from Calcutta,
India, and Felipe Camino from Lima,
Peru. In order to alleviate the expenses of
their visits and to acquaint them with the
student body, the club held several fund
raising and social activities, including a
dance, a bake sale, a picnic to Mt. Sugar-
loaf, and a fair booth. Assemblies were
held at which the students showed slides
and talked about life in their home
countries. Margie Rice, President, who
visited Gaziantep, Turkey last summer
also presented an assembly program.
Other officers included: Tuhin Das and
Filipe Camino, Vice-Presidents, Sue Fre-
isem, Secretary, and Chris Allen, Treasur-
er.Mr.Ames served as adviser.
Front row,fom Iejl: L. Kellerman, N. Rice, S. Stoddard, T. Lindsey, P. Feldman, S. Marcus, C. Allen, F. Camino, J. Stowellg Second
row: C, Peters, A. Oberlander, L, Roetter, J. Agard, C. May, L. Randall, S. Freisem, L. deSherbinin, M. Rice, L. McCartney, G. Harper,
K. Freisem, C. Barr, D. Homme, E. Gladchuck.
After much debate,
the staff of the Gra-
phic, headed by
Grady and advised by
Miss Dorothy Furge-
son, finally decided to
incorporate the Gra-
phic into the Amherst
Record. This means of
production, while cut-
ting costs greatly, also
enables the staff to
publish more fre-
quently. The Graphic
appeared in the Am-
herst Record every sec-
ond or third week and
was read not only by
Stl1dCl'ltS, but b much GRAPHIC STAFF, rom Ie t, zrst r0w,' B. Puffer, B. Wa ner,iM. Fawkner, K. Grad , D. Mellen, J. Grad 3 Second
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of the adult population row: Miss Furgeson, D. LaMontagne, L. deSherbinin, C. Conway, S. Oliver, D. Halsey, F. Boyden, L. Roetter, and
in Amherst A. Oberlander
FUTURE TEACHERS,from Iejl: Miss Charlotte Halpin, advisor, M. Stockwell, H. Markert, G. Thornton, G. Mellas, C.
Waskiewicz, J. Woodard.
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
The Future Teachers Club offers students interested in teaching a chance to
find out more about this field and to acquaint themselves with teaching meth-
ods and principles. Under the supervision of Miss Charlotte Halpin, club
members, led by Heidi Markert, President, Janice Stowell, Vice-president,
and Gail Thornton, Secretary - invited many speakers to their meetings and
visited neighboring schools, including Markis Meadow Elementary School in
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
The Future Homemakers of
America, under the supervision of
Mrs. Marion Wilson and Mrs.
Marjorie Day, is dedicated to pro-
mote student interest in home eco-
nomics. Club members - led by
Brenda Stoddard, Presidentg
Peggy Ahearn, Vice-President,
Gladys Stone, Secretaryg and
Ellen Wade, Treasurer - served as
color guard in the Booster Day pa-
rade, conducted a food sale and
tea, and went to State meetings in
New Salem and Framingham.
Peggy Ahearn was chosen this year
to be State Parliamentarian, and
Arlene Ashby to be the club's dele-
gate to the national convention in
Club members listen to a guest speaker.
The Future Homemakers plan activities.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
Under the guidance of Mrs.
Mary McDonald and Miss Judith
Gagne, the Future Nurses Club'
planned many activities this year
to prepare for a future in nursing.
Club members - led by Martha
Woodard, President, Martha Bur-
roughs, Vice-Presidentg Donna
Wood, Secretary, and Patty
Gwotz, Treasurer - went to Peter
Bent Brigham Hospital, worked in
the Well Child Clinic at the town
hall, visited the Boston Children's
Hospital, and assisted in school
clinics. The trips were financed by
several food sales thoughout the
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Front row,from lm: B. Wagner, A. Marcus, J. Skillings, Mrs. Matlon, Second row.' T. Lindsey,
S. Osborn, S. Stoddard, S. Gluckstern, C. Snoeyenbos, P. Feldman, S. Marcus.
The Chess Club, under the
leadership of Mr. Paul Judson,
promoted much enthusiasm
for for chess this year. Players
could be seen in rapt concen-
tration over chess boards at
student patrol desks and in
free rooms during school, as
well as in Mr. Judsonls room
after school. Club members
also competed with players
from other schools, including
Academy. William A. Doub-
leday served as sec retary this
One ofthe newest organiza-
tions in the high school, the
Forensics Club has already es-
tablished its reputation as a top
team in New England. Tour-
naments where Amherst has
placed highly include those
sponsored by Dartmouth Col-
lege, the Universities of
Maine, New Hampshire, and
Massachusetts, and Melrose,
Shrewsbury, and Quincy High
Schools, and the preliminaries
at Westfield State College,
where Amherst entered con-
testants to compete in the cate-
gories of debate, extempora-
neous speaking, news broad-
casting, and prose and poetry
readings. The officers included
Anita Bennett, President,
Steve Gluckstern, Vice-
President, and Skip Stoddard,
Secretary. Mrs. Matlon was the
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Seated, fam Iejl: J. Roberts, S. Dickinson, Second row: J. Wyman, S. Paige, Mr. Judson, J.
Noyes, F. Cushman.
"AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS"
This year Amherstls "As Schools Match Witsl'
team, advised by Mr. Laurel Crouse, consisted of
veteran members of last yearls team and one new
member, Hubert Robert. The all-boy team had a
very successful beginning, qualifying for the
semi-finals with four straight wins. However, in
the semi-tinals they lost to Tantasqua, this yearls
champions, by a heartbreaking fifteen points in
the last few seconds of the game.
Front row,from IM: E. Stoddard, H. Roberts, S. Marcus, C.
Snoeyenbosg Second row: P. Feldman alternate, Mr.
Members of the Model Congress -
under the leadership of Mr. William
Ames, adviser, and Steven Marcus, Presi-
dent - study parliamentary procedure and
the activities of the United States Con-
gress, as well as discussing possible bills to
be submitted at the Model Congress Con-
vention at American International College
in Springfield. This year the four members
who were selected to represent Amherst
Regional at this convention submitted a
bill proposed by William A. Doubleday.
From left' D. Anthony, S. Osborn, S. Marcus, W. Doubleday, D. Lee, Mr Ames
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The Ski Club enjoyed a weekend at Stowe, Vt.
At Stowe, off-the-slope hours were spent in companionship
in the lodge.
Led by Roger Rhodes, Presidentg Eric Cut-
ting, Vice-President, Sandy Shea, Secretary,
and Phil Paradis, Treasurer, the Ski Club this
year sponsored Wednesday night trips to Mt.
Tom and a three-day trip to Stowe, Vt., during
February vacation. Under the advisership of
Mrs. Marjorie Day and Mr. David Hartwell,
the club sponsored a dance - Mogul Hop II -
on December 28 to raise money for their trip.
As a result of their enthusiasm a ski team was
formed this year.
The Rod and Gun Club prepares for a field trip
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Outing Club members head down Little Haystack on a New Tom Scheckels and Nancy Hankinson rest at the summit of
Hampshire hiking trip. Lime Hayslack-
Many students showed enthusiasm and interest in Amherst
Regional's Outing Club this year. Advised by Mr. Camp and
Mr, Morley, the club held many caving, back-packing, and
hiking trips. These trips included a weekend stay at the White
Mountains and day hikes at the Quabbin Reservoir and the
Holyoke Range. The club planned more day hikes and moun-
tain trips for the remainder of the year.
ROD AND GUN CLUB
The Rod and Gun Club, advised by Mr. Moore,
served to promote better sportsmanship, gun safe-
ty, and conservation. At the weekly meetings
under the direction of Jeff Ferguson, Presidentg
and Kenneth Kosakowski, Secretary-Treasurerg
the club viewed films pertaining to fish and game ,
and listened to safety and conservation lectures. L,
Special field trips included an ice fishing trip and
cookout, a spring fishing trip, and a spring ban-
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Three Rod and Gun Club members proudly view their
catch on an ice fishing trip.
Jim Ricci leads a meeting of SSEO memberszfrom Isp, Front row: M. Stockwell,
R. Chapin, S. Burroughsg Second row: C. Barr. L. Buczala, S..Berger, Mr.
Caouetteg Third row: t. Bibeau, D. Campbell.
The Audio-Visual Club, under the
directorship of Mr. Bruce Oldershaw,
was formed to help faculty members
set up and run audio-visual aids, and
to familiarize its members with the use
and maintenance of the machines. The
club sponsored a dance, ran a conces-
sion stand during home basketball
-games, and made plans for visiting a
television station in the area. The offi-
cers this year were Ken Arons, Presi-
dent, and Sam Skillings, Secretary-
The Student Stock Exchange Organiza-
tion consists of members of the Modern
Problems classes and is advised by Mr.
Paul Caouette. The club, which familiari-
zes students with the operation ofthe stock
market and the nature of investments, held
meetings periodically throughout the year,
led by officers: James Ricci, Presidentg
Steve Woodard, Vice-President, Marjorie
Stockwell, Secretary, and Nancy Kelley,
Mr. Bruce Oldershaw explains the operation ofa projector to: R. Markert, M. Richa-
son, N. Proctor, A. Hart, S. Skillings, D. Anderson, and K. Arons.
From Ieji, Front row: R. Glazier, G. Oberlander, B. Coplin, E. Cutting, Second row: B. Guyott, C. McGuirk, J. Thompson, H. Bastow, D. Craig, S. Ti-
dlund, B. Chickering, L. Lasalle, J. Johannsen, D. Woodg Thirdrow: W. Wilson, B. Fitzpatrick, D. Surrey, P. Feldman, R. Colvin, G. Ricker, D. Orrell,
J. Ferguson, C. Hayden, R. Chapin, R. Sandoval, R. Rhodes, J. Glazier.
STUDENT PATROL My
Under the supervision of Mr. Francis Gall- We
ishaw, the Student Patrol, led by co-captains Bob
Fitzpatrick and Phil Paradis, continued to keep
the school neat and the corridors orderly. This or- J
ganization consists of senior volunteers who are
assigned to various posts around the school.
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Members spent their free periods at assigned
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Front row,j?0m Ieji: B. Renauld, B. Guyott, D. Drewg Second r0w.' J. Day, K. Keegan,
M Russell, J. Ezbicki.
varsity and unior vars-
ity, are chosen each
year by representatives
of the faculty and stu-
dent body. They drill
old cheers and creating
new ones. The Cheer-
leaders stimulate spirit
and enthusiasm at
school games and pep
rallies. Mrs. Octavia
Miller advised both
cheering squads this
From Ieji: D. Mellen, K. Foley, N. Gage, C. Cramer, D. Schnarr, M. Mitchell, S. Smith, S. Shea
The Leaders Club,
under the direction of Mr.
Abramson, consists of a
grgup of boys who have
group of boys who have
shown outstanding leader-
ship in some phase of ath-
letics. The club members
aided the Physical Educa-
tion Department in gym
classes and served as hosts
for visiting athletic teams.
The club also sponsored
the annual gym show.
Majorettes, from left: Carol Oliveira, Sue Shea, and Peggy Mosher
MAJ O RETTES
The Majorettes this year were advised by Mr.
Maggs. Led by captain Susan Shea, they performed at
games and pep rallies and marched in the Booster Day
parade, adding their spirit to that ofthe cheerleaders
and the student body.
Firsr row,from Iej?: C. Paulin, P. Paradis, F. Cushman, R. Sandoval, S. Bias, B. Clark, B. Doubleday, Sec-
ond row: B. Fitzpatrick, B. Serues, M. Roberts, J. Ricci, J. Hobart, L. Ezbicki, C. Julian, J. Allen, K.
From Ieji, First row: J. Hobart, T. Ha den, T. Bibeau, J. Ricci, co-ca tains B. Doubleday, B. Fitz atrick, and B. Clark, F. Cushman, R. Sandoval, D.
Crossman, E. Clark, L. Ezbicki, Coach, Abramsong Second row: Coacii Kneeland, J. Basara, J. Anderson, R. Miller, F. Dorman, J. Krawezyk, R. Burns,
T. Dempsey, F. Harris, C. Gladchuck, A. Seaver, J. Doubleday, R. Chaping Third row: C. Julian, D. Klingelhofer, S. Jacque, J. Tyler, T. O'Brien, C.
Nanartonis, T.' Tudryn, V. Giard, R. Bias, F. Kielasa, R. Bukoski, and Coach Hastings.
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Coach Abramson harries hapless heroes during a half-time huddle.
The 1966 varsity football team, after a discouraging
opening streak of five consecutive losses, regained its
poise to decisively win the last three games and finish
fifth in the league. The team showed renewed spirit at
the end of the season, raising hopes for a much im-
proved season next year. Congratulations are due to
Bill Clark and Len Ezbicki whose outstanding play
throughout the season earned them all-league recog-
nition, and to Coaches Abramson, Kneeland, and
Hastings, under whose direction the team was able to
finish with a respectable record.
Front row,from left: B. Harrington, B. Peters, K. Carey, J. Plaza, R. Tudryn, J. Ball, J. Main, B. Darity, T. Jacque, L. Smith,
Second Row: R. Gage, J. Dempsey, M. Ziomek, L. Kellogg, K. Johnson, G. Peppard, C. Siddall, C, Eshbach, D. Vlach, L. Ol-
anyk, D. Parkinson, R. Jacque, R. Jacque, Coach O'Donnell.
The freshmen football team of 1966, coached by Mr. O'Don-
nell, played a four-game season, winning one against Northamp-
ton. Individual performances as well as fine team effort were evi-
dent throughout the season.
Front row,from lep: B. Haviland, T. Plimpton, T. Morgan, D. Timberlake, D. Wardg
Second row: S. Osborn, D. Anderson, B. Berus, T. Arons, Coach Judson.
South Hadley 14 0
Mahar 22 12
Northampton 0 28
Mahar 22 0
Williston 6 l
Deerfield 5 2
Amherst College 3 4
Lenox 4 2
Amherst College 6 1
Deerfield 6 l
Willeston 4 3
Amherst College 2 5
In its first year, the squash team did not
join the league, but met informally with
other schools, and showed great promise
by beating the Amherst College freshman
Cutting, and A. Cutting
Increased interest in skiing among ARHS
students led to the formation of a ski team, Q, l. f
which met this year in competition with other if
area schools. The team finished its season with J
a record of nine wins and twelve losses, a cred-
itable showing for its first year. In the final
meet at Cummington, Arthur Cutting placed
third in a group of sixty-tive.
Front lef: J. Epstein, Oppenheim, C. Demarest, Coach Herr Hartwell, R. Colvin, R. Coplin, D. Rollason, R. Rhodes
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The 1966 cross-country squad exhibited
once again the fine team spirit whichhearned
them a first place finish in the league. The mo-
mentum of an undefeated season and the indi-
vidual efforts of Norm Page and Dave Eiben
carried the team to a second place in the West-
ern Mass. meet.
CO-CAPTAINS,j?0m Ieji: Dave Mosher, Dave Eiben, and Norm Page.
Coach Randy Crowley discusses pre-race plans.
Granby 2 0
St. Michaels 5 2
South Hadley 3 O
Easthampton 1 0
Smith Academy 8 3
Greenfield 0 l
Holyoke 5 l
Hopkins l l
St. Michaels l 4
South Hadley 0 1
Easthampton l l
Smith Academy 9 9
Greenfield 3 1
Holyoke 2 O
Hopkins 4 2
From lef, First row: R. Rhodes, S. Stodard, co-captain C. Paulin, R. Lashway, co-captain R. Glazier, B. Cross-
man, G. Balsleyg Second Row: J. Tilley, P. Harris, R. Colvin, E. Kenseth, D. Hardaker, Coach Adamsg Third row: P.
Gibivac, T. Aird, J. Marden, D. Anderson, T. Gralinski, J. Hugillg Fourth row: D. Oppenheim, A. Cutting, D. Gibi-
vac, L. Buczala, G. Hamilton, P. Feldman, B. Doubleday.
In its first year as an official league member, the varsity soccer team
demonstrated its ability and enthusiasm by setting a league record for
the most wins bya first year team. The games that were lost had close
scores, providing an exciting season for spectators and players alike.
J Coach John Adams spurred his team to fine individual performances,
including that of Ron Lashway, who earned a spot on the all-league
Front row,from Iej?.' R. Sandoval, J. Maki, P. Davis, R. Lashway, L. Kopinto, F. Cushmang Second row: Coach Kneeland, J.
Payton, C. Sacco, F. Harris, B. Taylor, and manager S. Johnson.
Athol 53 44
Wahconah 55 58
Easthampton 87 69
St. Michael's 86 57
Frontier 81 57
Mahar 63 60
Smith 73 50
Arms 104 75
yy Hopkins 71 51
' Pioneer 52 67
-f South Hadley 75 51
St. Michae1's 54 63
twlwwswfy 1:4 y Frontier 73 70
,, A 4 yiiiii Mahar 59 60
,Z 'trt 1. t ,,,t L1ew Smith 74 60
.... ....gif"f'W ...y Arms 74 60
it stteet 7 Hopkins 106 95
Pioneer 47 53
South Hadley 84 63
The 1966-67 varsity basketball team, though they
won only five games, provided an exciting season
for all Hurricane fans. Under the direction of
Coach Kneeland, they performed well, with many
of the games lost by only a few points.
Freshman players listen to Coach Styspeck.
JUNIOR VARSITY PLAYERS, Front row.' J. Connelly, S. Elderidge, R. Bias, P. Gibavic, B. Higgens, J. Stowell, K. Pichag Second row.'
Coach Shea, S. Shumway, S. Kellogg, T. DeMott, J. Harris, T. Sheckles, T. White.
FRESHMAN PLAYERS, Front row: B. Dowd, B. Peters, R. Tudryn, J. Ball, B. Darity, K. Cuddeback, L.
Kelloggg Second row: Coach Styspeck, D. Ward, R. Bennett, B. Kieras, D. Vlach, C. Siddall, M. Ziomek, K.
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Tom Sheckles captures the ball during a tense moment. I2l
First row, fam Ieji: M. Curran, M. O'Byrne, H. Harvey, P. Watson, J. Marden, T. Lewis, Captain T. Hayden, F. Dorman, M.
Dimmler, S. Howards, Second row: D. Osborne, J. Dempsey, M. Cowles, O. Weeks, A. Peters, S. Greene, N. Page, D. Surrey,
Third row: J. Tyler, B. Dalquist, Coach J. O'Donnell, J. Atkins, Manager D. Hastings, D. Hardaker, Manager J. Gere.
In its second year, the varsity swimming team compiled a fine
four-and-eight record against experienced competition. Coach
O'Donnell's hopes are high for next season, because many under-
classmen contributed fine efforts to the team.
Led by captain Tom Osborne, the 1966 vars-
ity baseball team led the Hampshire League
with thirteen wins and one loss. Fine team ef-
fort salvaged many games which at first
seemed likely to be lost. Pitcher Bill Clark was
named to the All-Western Massachusetts
squad and prospects are again high for this
Front row,y9om Iejl: L. Kopinto, V. Keedy, A. Seaver, J. Kolasienski, G. Balsley, D. Orrell, W. Clark, R. Rhodes, F. Cushman, E. Clark, F Harris Sec
ond row: Coach Abramson, J. Hobart, E. Stoddard, R. Roberts, R. Whittemore, B. Campbell, C. Gladchuck, H. Thornton, C. Allen, C. Albro R San
doval, Captain T. Osborne, C. Julian.
This year Amherst girls were offered
a new sport, field hockey, coached by
Miss Ann Mathieson. About twenty
girls tried out for the team in the fall.
Under the leadership of captain Mar-
sha Howard, the team had a fairly re-
spectable record of one win, one tie,
and two losses.
VARSITY TEAM,from Icp, First row: N. Jenks, K. Zunic, S. Berger, S. Kzcowski, J. Knowles, H. Markert, L. McCartney, Second row:
N. Hankinson, J. Stowell, K. Brandfass, A. Eiben.
The volleyball team was once again victorious at the annual Playday Tournament. Coached by Miss
Betty Lawson, the varsity team took first place, and the second team took fourth. Three ofAmherst's girls
made the all-star team: Sue Berger, Judi Knowles, and Sue Kzcowski. Before the tournament Amherst
beat Pioneer and Hopkins in interschool volleyball meets.
SECOND TEAM,from lep, First row: M. Woodard, C. Wisnieski, A. Moreau, M. Howard, D. Campbell, G. Harper, A. Smithg Second
row: B. Smith, L. Campbell, J. Grady, M. Ludtke, V. Jacob, L. Ludtke.
Front row,f'om Iej: D. Craig, J. Stowell, M. Howard, H. Markert, N. Jenks, P. Woodard, D. Campbellg Second row:
S. Berger, C. Peters, J. Godsell, M. Rice, J. Barton, M. Woodardg Third row: B. Stosz, S. Dickinson, C. Wisnieski, N.
Hankinson, J. Stolarski, C. Taylorg Fourth row: Managers J. Thompson, W. Cramer, C. McGuirk, A. Moreau, M.
The girls, varsity basketball season got off to a poor start, but an improving team won
three of their last five games to end with a four-and-eight record. The team had trouble
finding the basket, as they averaged only 25.2 points per game. Marcia Howard led the
scorers with 87 points, while the other forwards contributed l37 points. The defense held
the opponents to an average of 31 points while scoring 67 points.
One two-point loss marred the Junior Varsity's record as they compiled an 1 1-1 record.
Led by Judith Knowles and Jacky Grady, they outscored their opponents 328 to 168.
Front row, from lejl: S. Bunn, R. Waldron, L. Campbell, J. Knowles, J. Grady, K. Piccus, J. McEwen, B. Hiltong
Second row: J. Shumway, H. Mac Connell, K. Freisem, L. Ludtke, M. Ludtke, N. Bias, M. Stanneg Third row: M.
Murphy, B. Stosz, J. Swartzbaugh, J. Bunn, D. Kolasienski.
THE CLASS OF 1967 WISHES TO THANK THE FOLLOWING CONTRIBUTORS
Henry Adams Rexall Drug Store
Adriance Poultry Farm
Harry L. Adriance Suffolk Sheep
American Field Service
Amherst Apple Cold Storage Inc.
Amherst Branch, Northampton C
Amherst Creamery Company
Amherst Farmers Supply
Amherst Oil Company
Amherst Publishing Corporation
Anderson's Fruit Stand
Augie and Sylvia
The Band and Orchestra
Baucom's Textbook Company
Bay Colony Pine
Blair and Cutting Insurance Agency Inc.
Dr. William Bleckwehl
Bobls Auto Body
Boiler Equipment Trust
Bolles Shoe Store
Brereton Caterers, Inc.
Bruce G. Brown, Attorney
Compliments of Brownls Decorating Shop
Burnett and Thompson
Butler and Ullman Florists
Mr. Donald S. Call
R. Sheldon Clapp, M.D.
Class of 1967
Class of 1968
Class of 1969
Class of 1970
Cohen Brothers - Northampton
College Town Service Center
George F. Cramer, Jr.
Edward J. Cullen A Jostenis
Cunningham's Paperbook Store
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Daniel's Clothing Store
Doleva Poultry Farm
T. L. Dorsey - Monuments
Douglass Funeral Service
Elder-Jones Lumber Corporation
William A. Ezbicki - Insurance
First National Bank of Amherst
Paul T. Ford, Attorney
Future Homemakers of America
The Gas Lite
Giardls Barber Shop
Glenalla Morgan Farm
Hampshire Business Machines
A. J. Hastings Inc.
Samual J. Hunter, M.D.
Compliments of C. Hynes, M.D.
Jeffery Amherst Book Store
Jones-Neylon Insurance Agency
Kamel Hassanls Barn
Kamins Real Estate
Kellermanls Real Estate
Knowles Flower Shop
Mitchell Koldy Studio
Lakeside Fuel Corporation
LaTresse Hair Stylists
Ronald M. Loescher, M.D.
The Lord Jeffery Inn
Louis' Foods Inc.
Mathews Shoe Store
Mill Valley Grist Mill
Millarls ESSO Station
Leo A. Moreau, M.D.
The Mutual Plumbing and Heating Company
Newman Center - Food Service
Nugent's of Hadley
The Old Mill Gift Shop
The Pep Club
Peter Pan Travel Service, Inc.
Puffer Construction Corporation
Quabbin Sportsman Restaurant
Russellls Package Store
Simmons, Real Estate
The Ski Club
The Specialty Shop
Thespian Troupe 1333
Triangle Service Station
Tripod Camera Shop
Watroba's A. G. Store
Wellworth Pharmacy, Inc.
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Despite disabilities brought
about by old age, the sprite class of
'67 fought their way to another vic-
tory, winning a total of 200 points
at Field Day, June 2, 1967. A sur-
prisingly strong sophomore class
finished second with 104, followed
by the juniors with 57 and the
freshmen with 36. An earlier Field
Day event was the sports car mara-
thon held in New Hampshire for
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Although it is harder to succeed in
show business than in corporate busi-
ness, How Z0 Succeed in Business With-
out Realbf Trying was a smashing suc-
cess at ARHS this spring. The cast,
with Mr. John Packard, dramatic di-
rector, and Mr. John Maggs, music di-
rector, packed the auditorium for a
three-day run, April 6-8.
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VARSITY BASEBALLQ From row: L. Kopinto, R. Rhodes, S. Appell, L. Buczala, R. Sandoval, J. Hobart, C. Julian, F. Harris Second
row: Coach Abramson, F. Cushman, E. Clark, B. Clark, A. Seaver, C. Gladchuck, R. Roberts. Third row: D. Gibavic, F. Kielbasa, J. Ko-
lasienski, T. Tudryn, S. Kellogg, P. Gibavic, T. White. Back row: Managers C. Eshbach and P. Greenfield.
FRESHMAN BASEBALLQ Front row: T. Lockhart, B. Peters. M. Ziomek, R. Tudryn, C. Bray, J. Dempsey. Second row: J.
Main, L. Olanyk, S. Howards, J. Ball, L. Kellogg. Third row: Coach O,Donnel1. Manager P. Greenfield, K. Chickering.
Although Frontier stole the Hampshire League title
from the Amherst boys, they retained a strong second
place with ll wins and 14 losses. With seasoned players as
well as other talented newcomers the lookout for next sea-
son shows a truly fine club. Credit goes to ace hurler Bill
Clark for winning his 21st and final game, thus tying the
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First row: J. Mader, T. Lindsey, B. Rosen, P. Kosloski, C. Nanartonis, L. Small, J. Doubleday, M. Denler. Second row: L. Smith,
K. Arons, V. Giard, N. Page, D. Eiben, A. Jaffe, T. Sheckels. Third row: A. Peters, E. Bleckwehl, M. Holden, G. Hamilton, F.
Dorman, N. Rice.
The boys' track team had their usual successful year with a record of 8-l.
First row: M. Howard, N. Hankinson, S. Berger, Coach Miller, M. Woodard, J. Ezbicki, L. Mana. Second
row: B. Field, L. Cambell, C. Cramer, N. Bias, B. Wagner, C. Cobb. Third row: E. Stosz, M. Burroughs, V.
Jacob, N. Gage, K. Harvey. Fourth row: K. Sullivan, W. Cramer.
The fast girls' track team
was hard on the heels of
the boys' track success with
no losses at their own three
meets and their first place
in the state meet.
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First row: A. Cutting, T. DeMott, E. Cutting, Capt. B. Scrues Second row: T. Morgan, C. Kopin-
to, G. Oberlander Third row: P. Arons, J. Payton Fourzh raw: G. Balsley Ffh row: T. Plimpton,
L. Weeks Sixrh row: Coach Judson
The gutty girls' tennis
team courted a winning
season with a 2-O record in
its first year.
The varsity tennis team had
a racket going under the
coaching of Mr. Paul Judson.
They ended a smashing season
with a net total of 11-4.
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Grady, H. MacConnell
First row: D. Wood, D. Campbell, S. Berger, N. Jenks. B. Stosz. Second row: M. Stanne. J. Stowell, I..
Campbell. M. Woodard. K. Tidlund. D. Lee, B. Hilton. Third row: E, Spear. D. Clark, S. Bunn, C. Wisni-
eski, J. Bunn. R. Waldn. Fourth row: G. Markert. P. McLaughlin. N. Hankinson. B. Stosz. D. Kolasienski,
J. Grady. R. Bimey.
The girls' softball team came back at the end of a difficult season to defeat
arch rival Frontier for the first time in eight years. Nineteen out
four girls will return next year to better this yearfs record of 3-9
First row: B. Harrington, J. Tilley. J. Marden. S. Gluckstern, D. Vlach. J. Harrington. Second row:
Coach Stamos, J. Maki, P. Knihnicki. S. Barrett, J. Connelly, D. Fennessey.
The golf team swung its way
through its first year at ARHS.
Their record of 0-7 leaves them
rather teed off, and a first rate
effort will be made to bring it
up to par next season.
Penny Demarest, Queen of the Senior Prom, poses with her court as Mr. Langlois crowns her. The court includes Colleen
McGuirk, Diane Drew, Ann Eiben, and Kathy Brandfass.
'gSome Enchanted Eveningn offered a South Seas
evening to all, thanks to the efforts ofthe Junior Class.
Music was provided by Al Acorn and his orchestra,
with guest appearances of Steve Gluckstern and Len
On CLASS NIGHT, June 6, Frank Cushman
presented the senior class gift to adviser Mr. Le-
The Goldbug was dedicated to Mrs. Langford and
copies were then distributed. Other events were the
reading ofthe class will and prophecy and the showing
of the class movie.
The SENIOR CLASS PICNIC was held in Orange.
By all appearances, those concerned had a barrel of
Friday Evening, Iune Ninth
Nineteen Hundred Sixty Seven at Eight O'C1ock
Amherst College Pratt Cage
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Hubert E. Robert Jr
Ellen S. Agard
Roger W. Rhodes
After graduating some of the seniors shed their
fancy feathers and migrated to the '4Hatch', for the
ALL-NIGHT PARTY. Music was provided by sever-
al bands. At 5 A.M. the following morning, early birds
breakfasted on ham and eggs at Roger Rhodes' abode.
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