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Show Hide text for 1968 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 152 of the 1968 volume: “ Amherst Rec. H.S. Library, Amherst, MA 1968 The cast joins in the grand finale. Songs, Shouts, And Cinderblocks Signal Peggy Cook and Jim Whitney sing to- gether in one of the most touching scenes of the play. SPRING MUSICAL The spring musical was a melodramatic parody of old-time operettas. Little Mary Sunshine, by Rick Besoyan, is a hilarious saga of the Colorado mountains. The cast was complete with fierce Indians, brave forest rangers, and fair damsels from the east. Seniors filled many of the leads, with underclassmen completing the cast and crew. Diane Drew was superb in her take- off on Mata Hari. The varsity cheerleaders participated in a competition at Chicopee during the spring. It was a valuable, if prizeless, experience. Spring Activities. KEY CLUB The Key Club is the school’s new- est and most active service organiza- tion. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, its members are boys selected from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. The first officers were: Jeff Payton, president; Tom Thompson, vice-president; Sandy Darity, secretary; and Bill Double- day, treasurer. The club’s first pro- jects included construction of the new concession stand and assistance to the “ABC” Program. The Key Club advances construction on the new concession stand. -« 5 The chorus leaves for its exchange con- c ert in Fairfield, Conn. First Row, from left: S. Kellogg, C. Gladchuck, A. Seaver, V. Keedy, D. Gibavic, F. Harris, Mr. Charles Abramson, coach. Second Row: R. Roberts, C. Sacco, J. Kolasienski, T. Tudryn, P. Gibavic, F. Kielbasa. Third Row: C. Eshbach, R. Tudryn, M. Ball, J. Osborne, T. White, J. Connelly, J. Wyman. Championship Baseball Team Highlights Spring Season. BASEBALL The varsity baseball team, coached by Mr. Charles Abram- son, had a very successful season. The team won the Hampshire League Championship with a 16—2 record. The J.V. team finished its season with a 4—5 record, while the Freshmen posted five wins and two losses. Safe??? on his First Row, from left: M. Brophy, B. Brandts, D Smyth, A. Marcus, P. Patnaude, J. Jacque, Mr James O’Donnell, coach. Second Row: P. Hastings, G. Scanlon, L. Guyott, D. Morrow, B. Graham, S Budde. Third Row: J. Anderson, P. Collins, B Hobart, P. O’Brien. ■ ■ follows through First Row, from left: K. Chickering, L. Olanyk, J. Ball, K. Carey, T. Lockhart, J. Price. Second Row: T. O’Brien, K. Picha, R. Bukoski, B. Keedy, B. Peters. Third Row: Mr. Ernie Smith, coach, D. Hastings, J. Main, M. Ziomek, J. Wyman. Richard Roberts swing. w Amherst Regional Sees A Large Turnout First Row, from left: W. Crossman, J. Krawczyk, T. Sheckels, M. Cowles, G. Hamilton, F. Dorman, B. Taylor, J. LaClaire. Second Row: Coach Randy Crowley, R. Paulin, K. Wisneski, C. Nanartonis, T. Thompson, B. Rosen, Z. Selanis, E. Williams, Coach Arthur Leland. Third Row: R. Hammel, D. Drew, B. Payton, A. Peters, N. Rice. Fourth Row: R. Morrow, D. Hardaker, B. Sheckels, E. Brozo, P. Zahradnick, M. O’Byrne, J. Plaza. Fifth Row: T. Lindsey, A. Jaffe, S. Osborn, M. Holden, E. Bleckwehl, B. Cabral, P. Britt, B. Blinn. TRACK The track team took the Inter- County League championship with a 12—1 record. Coached by Mr. Randy Crowley, the team rolled up the most consecutive wins by an Amherst team. The team’s top per- formers represented the school in the Inter-County League Individual Events Carnival, the Western Massa- chusetts Championship Meet, and the Massachusetts State Champion- ship Meet. Kim Wisneski is out front in the hurdles. Doug Hardaker goes over the top. First Row, from left: T. Tomgren, A. Cutting, J. Payton. Second Row: Mr. Paul Judson, coach, D. Osborn, R. Appley, T. Plimpton, T. DeMott, P. Arons, G. Plagenhoef, C. Kopinto. TENNIS This year’s tennis team was one of the strongest teams in recent years. The team finished second in the Greater Springfield League, with a 12—4 record. Several players participated in the Wes- tern Massachusetts tournament and the New England championships. Next year, despite the loss of key players, the team has a good chance at first place in its league. On All Of Its Teams. GOLF The golf team had a fine season, finishing with a 4—3 record. Helped by the addition of some talented new players and the fine coaching of Mr. Bud Kneeland, the team showed great skill and promise for the future. First Row, from left: B. Dowd, P. Howard, M. Sullivan, D. Smith, T. Garber, R. Knichnicki. Second Row: Mr. Bud Kneeland, coach, P. Schwartz, J. Harrington, P. Knihnicki, M. Dembinski, W. Sherburne, S. Gluckstem, C. Conway, S. Barrett, D. Fennessey, D. Vlach. 7 First Row, from left: L. Roetter, K. Grady, L. Budde, S. Oliver, captain, L. Ludtke, M Ludtke, H. MacConnell. Second Row: K. Burns, J. Wziontka, T. Laprade, J. Grady, C Halsey, M. Vanpee, L. La Montagne, B. Schoenberger, Mr. Robert Kelly, coach. Melissa Ludtke scores on the Amherst College courts First Row, from left: D. Kolasienski, M. Woodard, N. Hankinson, P. McLaughlin, A. Eiben, B. Stosz. Second Row: E. Spear, G. Stowell, N. Gage, L. Campbell, S. Brandfass, M. O’Connor. Third Row: J. Kolasinski, N. Hasbrouck, R. Bimey, K. Duame, K. Warner. Fourth Row: J. French, C. Peters, M. Mosher, G. Paige. Fifth Row: Miss Betty Lawson, coach. Amherst Girls Enjoy . . . GIRLS’ TENNIS The girls’ tennis team, coached by Mr. Robert Kelly, remained undefeated throughout its season, by downing Mary Burnham, Long- meadow, Palmer, Greenfield, and West Springfield. The team was led by Leslie Ludtke and Heather MacConnell, who played the number one and number two positions, and by Melissa Ludtke and Captain Sue Oliver, who played numbers three and four. GIRLS’ TRACK The girls’ track team turned in another splendid season with a rec- ord of 1 — 1. Its only opponent was West Springfield. At the state meet, the team took second place in the twenty-three school competition. Betsy Stosz was first in the shot put and discus and Nancy Hankinson was first in the high jump and second in the shot put at the state meet. A Very Fine Season. Spirited practices are a part of the season. Karen Waldron is out at first. SOFTBALL After getting off to a slow start, the softball team, coached by Miss Betty Lawson, came back with some very exciting games near the end of the season. With its present nucleus of underclassmen the team hopes to improve next year, having had a 3—6 record this year. First Row, from left: J. Stowell, J. Barton, C. Wisnieski, D. Kolasienski, J. Bunn, N. Hankinson, M. Woodard, K. Morris. Second Row: N. Walas, K. Tudryn, N. Garrabrants, J. Vaughn, K. Waldron, R. Waldron, E. Spear. Third Row: A. Clark, J. Kentfield, T. Byrne, G. Markert, J. Buczala, C. Fox. Fourth Row: L. Thayer, P. McLaughlin, S. Hasbrouck, B. Hilton, J. French. Fifth Row: Miss Lorrie Giard, Coach. Corsages, Yearbooks, And Picnic Lunches Miss Donna Mellen was Queen of the Prom. Members of her court were, from left: Martha Joy, Joan McEwen, Ann Eiben, and Linda Larson. SENIOR PROM The Senior Prom was held on the evening of May 1 8, in the Student Union Ballroom. The prom had as its theme, “Paris Par Nuit.” The atmosphere of a Paris Cafe near the Eiffel Tower highlighted the evening. The committee headed by Pat McLaughlin and Nancy Gage did a fine job of organizing the prom. They could have danced all night. The queen and court and their escorts have the dance floor to themselves. Kb [ VM B§ 1 % | • i •• |i| m h , ■ ; j } IB M| Mark Year’s End. CLASS NIGHT Class Night, June 3, was a truly enjoyable evening. The senior class and faculty enjoyed strawberry shortcake, served by junior boys and Mrs. Ruth Correll, in the cafeteria, and then adjourned to the auditorium. The class will and prophecy were read by the class officers and the class movie, “The Collector,” was shown. The announce- ment of the yearbook dedication completed the evening’s activities. Bill Doubleday presents Mr. John Adams with his dedication copy of the Goldbug. CLASS PICNIC The senior class picnic was held at Birch- tuft Lodge in the Monadnock Recreation Area on June 5. About one hundred twelve members of the class enjoyed hiking, pool and lake swimming, water skiing, tennis, soccer, and other recreational activities, as well as picnic lunches. Seniors enjoy the beach in Jaffrey, N.H. Miss Charlotte Halpin listens as Ginny Harper announces the yearbook dedication. S ' l The Class Of 1968 Experiences The The boys relax before GRADUATION The Class of 1968 graduated on June 6, 1968, at Amherst College’s Pratt Cage. The graduation was the largest in the history of the school. It was an event saddened by national tragedy, but brightened by personal success. The senior processional was led by Junior Marshal Eric Bleckwehl. Tradition Of Graduation. graduation. James Whitney receives a music award from Principal Paul Langlois. Junior Marshal Noli Bias awaits the completion of the processional. 3n Jttemoriam Senator Robert Jfranritf Etnntbp Hift g |)all Gertie £ n inspiration QEo £UL WMtet ©tatl) abbentb n ©tfjertoist Joyous ©ttasion. At Last The Tassels Were Turned. A near capacity crowd filled the Pratt Cage at Amherst College. Dean Robert Ward of Amherst College delivered the graduation address. Scholastic Honors First Honor Janet R. Potash Second Honor Daniel S. Oppenheim Mrs. Doris Gere of the School Committee presents a diploma Third Honor Lucy T. Marx Both the chorus and the chamber singers added a musical note to the program. Amherst Re£- H.S. Library, Amherst, MA ClfKK of 1968 Thomas L. Aird Michael Rayrr.ond Aldrich Christopher Scrimshaw Allen Frank Douglas Anderson James C. Anderson James S. Anderson David Ballou Anthony Tiina Maria A.ittila James Norman Atkins Jeanette Marie Ball Marlin Lee Ball Kate Meredith Bancroft Judith Anne Barton Patricia Hanson Beck Dana L. Beth Reed Charles Birney Wendy Jean Black Brian Blinn Frank Henry Boyden Barbara Louise Bragg Katherine Steele Brandfass Dudley James Bridges James E. Britt Carol Ann Bromery Lois Constance Brown Linda Dianne Bukoski Randall Burns Patrick James Callahan Kathy Lee Carey Lorraine A. Carey Donna Lee Carney Douglas Childs Norman A. Coe Cynthia Rae Conway Margaret Browning Cook Michael Leon Cowles Susan Sproul Cuddeback Gary M. Cunningham Arthur Bruce Cutting Brad Allen Dahlquist Maralee R. D. Davis Timothy L. Dempsey ' Sara Emily Dickinson Franklin Wells Dorman Donald E. Doubleday William A. Doubleday Diane Mary Drew Ann Eloise Eiben Calvin G. Ewell Joanne Adele Ezbicki Donald Brian Fennessey Carlyle A. Field James M. Field Terri L. Foose Daniel James French David Rowland Gage Jeffrey Andrus Gere Donald Lee Gibavic Chester S. Gladchuk Jr. Terry Glazier Steven Mark Gluckstern Janet Leland Godsell Carol S. Good Lee-Ellen C. Gould Katherine Karen Grady Tom Gralinski Dale Simmons Halsey Gregory C. Hamilton Charles Scott Hammen Nancv Jean Hankinson Susan Julia Hannigan ♦Virginia Davis Harper James Davis Harrington ♦ James Thomas Harris Peter Kenneth Harris F red Harris Harlan G. Harvey ’• ' Catherine Anne Hasbrouck Arthur D. Hatt ♦ Ann Marie Hawley Sharon Hawthorne Richard Alan Heath Brian E. Higgins Dale Alice Homme Susan Mary Horne Dale L. Houle Ella Marie Howard John Marshall Howard ♦Lela Jean Hugill Deborah Louise Hull John F. Irwin Sanford Ralph Johnson Bonnie Mae Johnston Karen Keedy Victor A. Keedy Linda J. Kellerman Stephen Richard Kellogg Evan Warren Kenseth Karen Ruth Kentfield Mark A. Keyser Edwin Peter Knihnicki James A. Kol,akoski John D. Kolasienski John A. Krawczyk Shirley Ann Kuzmeski Joseph N. LaClaire Jr. Paulina A. Lamb Thomas Pierce Lansner David R . Lee Jon Lee Ralph H. Lewis ♦ Edgar Ernest Lindsey III Ann Lipomi William A. MacDonald John Rogers MacLeod James Bradford Marden Robert T. Markert Lucy Todd Marx Richard John Martin Stephen Matusko Peter D. May Timothy Leighton McCabe Robert William McEwen Donald W. Meakim Kenneth James Melanson Leo Jon Melanson ♦ Donna Lee Mellen James Freeman Millar Robert E. Miller Mary Ann Mitchell ♦ Karen I. Morris Margaret Anne Mosher Thomas M. Mulcahy L. Pamela Guyott Mullins Jaye Patricia Nutting Patricia Jean Olanyk ’-Member of National Honor Society ♦ Susan Oliver ♦ Daniel S. Oppenheim Patricia Hart O ' Rourke ♦ Steven C. Osborn Louisette Paquin ♦ Judith Paulsen ♦ Jeffery Lewis Payton James Franklin Pervier Alan R. Peterson Sheryl J. Peterson Nancy L. Phillips ♦ L. Lucinda Piccus ♦ Janet Ruth Potash Richard A. Powers ♦ Jonathan Edward Price ♦ Barbara L. Puffer Ruth Ann Reber ♦ Barbara Jane Renaud Judith Campbell Rice Lesley Anne Rice Manuel P. Roberts Richard Roberts Virginia Rogowski Maureen H. Russell Christopher Edward Sacco Priscilla Adele Scott Roy Robert Schweiker Arthur Miles Seaver ♦ Sandra L. Shea Thomas Glenn Sheckels Scott Philip Shumway William John Sieruta ♦ Lynn Slocombe Althea M. Smith Susan Arnold Snedecor ♦ Craig A. Snoeyenbos Martha Jean Spielman ♦ Stephen Peter Stanne Jean Marie Stolarski " ' Barbara Ann Stosz " ' Janice Marilyn Stowell Bruce Warren Taylor Cynthia L. Taylor Shirley M. Thompson " ' Douglas John Timberlake S. Tore Torngren Linda Ruth Trachy Rebecca Ann Truesdell Janie M. Vanpee Carol Ann Vassallo Jean Elizabeth Vissering Joseph W. Walas Jr. Charles Henry Walker Jane Christiane Walther Karen C. Wanczyk Christine Alysoun Warner Philip Neal Watson Linda Ann Wells Rebecca Tamar Whaples Steven R. White James Whitney Nicholas Williams Gail Leslie Wilson ♦ Carolann Marie Wisnieski Martha Jane Woodard Bruce Young ♦ Karen Jo Zwinakis 16 YRK Amherst Re H.S. Library, Amherst, MA 2 72 Mr. John Adams has served as our class adviser for three years, giving freely of his time in behalf of our class. He has coached our successful soccer team since its inception. Mr. Adams will always be remembered by our class as an outstanding history teacher, coach, adviser, and friend. To Two Very Special People. 3 i m at- 6 The Educational Experience Means Many Things . . . J H- J r ‘ I % tMi I It Means Interacting With Others . . . C 06 CTM It Means Being An Individual. . . The School A dministration Regulates School Policy . . . MR. PAUL R. LANGLOIS Principal Univ. of Maine, B.A. Springfield College, M.Ed. MR. PAUL E. CAOUETTE Assistant Principal Univ. of Mass., B.A., M.Ed. Robert Frost Chair 1966 MR R. KENNETH CAOUETTE Data Processing Gonzaga Univ., B.E., M.A. Mrs. Gladys Jenks and Mrs. Alice Modrzakowski Office Secretaries . . .And Works To Advise The Students MR. JOHN CRAIG Guidance American International College, B.S., M.A. Springfield College, M.Ed. MRS. MARTHA GOREY Guidance Secretary MISS ELEANOR C. FILLMORE Guidance Univ. of Mass., B.S., M.S. 19 A Dedicated English Faculty A dvances MISS CHARLOTTE HALPIN MRS. JANE PRICE Miss Charlotte Halpin English Worcester State College, B.S. Boston Univ., M.A. Robert Frost Chair 1966 Mrs. Jane Price English Syracuse Univ., B.A., M.A. Mrs. Paula Silver English Hunter College, B.A. Mr. Leslie L. Thomas English Bates College, A.B. Miss Dorothy Furgeson English, Humanities Spokane Univ., B.A. Smith College, M.A. Robert Frost Chair 1962, 1965 MRS. PAULA SILVER MISS DOROTHY FURGESON MR. LESLIE L. THOMAS Student Thought And Creativity. MR. RICHARD GOODIN MR. DAVID HAMMARSTROM MRS. PAMELA COMPRONE MRS. KATHRYN STONE Mr. Laurel E. Crouse English Boston Univ., B.A. Univ. of Mass., M.Ed. Robert Frost Chair 1963, 1964 Mrs. Pamela Comprone English, Drama Springfield College, B.A. Mrs. Kathryn Stone English Adelphi Univ., B.A. Mr. Richard N. Goodin English Univ. of Maine, B.A. Trinity College, M.A. Mr. David Hammarstrom English Earlham College, B.A. Springfield College, M.Ed. Skilled Teachers Promote Self-Expression MRS. IRENE MATLON MR. JOHN MAGGS MRS. PAMELA DRUM Mrs. Irene Matlon Speech Purdue Univ., B.A. Mr. John Maggs Music, Humanities Univ. of Mass., B.A Mrs. Pamela Drum French, German Ohio State Univ., B.S.Ed. Mr. John Packard Art Univ. of Rochester, A.B. MR. JOHN PACKARD 22 Amherst Rec- H.S. Library, Amherst, MA In The Area Of Communication MR. ROBERT A. DUBE MISS BETTY JANE DONLEY MR. JOSEPH JACOBS MRS. AIDA NAWAR MR. DAVID HARTWELL MR. WALTER OUIMETTE Mr. David Hartwell German Univ. of Mass., B.A. Robert Frost Chair 1967 Mr. Walter Ouimette French Worcester State College, B.S.Ed. Univ. of Montreal, M.A. Mr. Robert A. Dube French St. Anselm’s College, B.A. Rivier College, M.Ed. Mrs. Aida Nawar French Baccalaureat d’Etudes Francaises Miss Betty Jane Donley Latin, Greek Mt. Holyoke College, A.B., M.A. Robert Frost Chair 1961, 1963 Mr. Joseph Jacobs Latin, English Tufts Univ., B.A. Interested Faculty Provides Stimulus MRS. JUDITH ERENSOY MR. FRANKLIN SHERBURNE ADAMS MR. JOHN C MR. JOHN E. HEFFLEY MRS. MURIEL GEHRMAN Mr. John E. Heffley Mod. Eur. Hist., Modern Problems Abilene Christian College, B.A. New York Univ., M. A. Mrs. Judith Erensoy World Geog., U.S. Hist., Modern Problems Carleton College, B.A. Mr. Franklin Sherburne Special Education, U.S. Hist. Fitchburg State College, B.S.Ed. Mr. Robert J. Kelly, Jr. Modern Problems, U.S. Hist. Amherst College, B.A. MR. WILLIAM AMES Mr. John C. Adams U.S. Hist., American Studies Bates College, A.B. Univ. of Rochester, M.A. Robert Frost Chair 1967 Mrs. Muriel Gehrman Ancient Hist., Modern Problems Univ. of Wisconsin, B. S. Univ. of Mass., M.Ed. Mr. William Ames U.S . Hist., Modern Problems, Humanities Colby College, B.A. Univ. of Mass., M.S. For Educational And Recreational Growth MR. RUFUS KNEELAND MRS. OCT A VI A MILLER MISS LORRY M.GIARD MISS ELIZABETH LAWSON MR. CHARLES ABRAMSON Mr. Rufus Kneeland Driver Ed., Physical Education, Biology American International College, B.A. Mrs. Octavia Miller Physical Education - Absent Due to Illness Concord College, A.B. Miss Elizabeth Lawson Physical Education Boston Univ., B.S. Springfield College, M.Ed. Mr. James O’Donnell, Jr. Physical Education Univ. of Mass., B.S. Miss Lorry M. Giard Physical Education Univ. of Tampa, B.S. Mr. Charles Abramson Physical Education Springfield College, B.S. Univ. of Mass., M.Ed. MR. JAMES O’DONNELL, JR. 25 Teachers Show The Necessity For MR. RICHARD R. WINQUIST MR. CHARLES CAMP MR. ERWIN CEPEK, JR. Mr. Erwin Cepek, Jr. Biology Springfield College, B.S. Westfield State College, M.Ed. Mr. Richard R. Winquist Unified Science Univ. of Mass., B.S. Mr. Charles Camp Physics, Man Made World Univ. of Mass., B.S. Johns Hopkins Univ., M.A.T. Mrs. Judith Gray Chemistry, Biology, Unified Science Bridgewater State College, B.S. Ed. Univ. of Mass., M.S. Mr. Thomas Styspeck Chemistry St. Anselm’s College, B.A. 26 A Well-Trained Faculty . . . MR. HAROLD GOREY MR. ROBERT CONNER MR. RICHARD DAVIS Mr. Harold Gorey Auto Mechanics Fitchburg State College, B.S.Ed. Mr. Robert Conner Mechanical Drawing The King’s College, B.A. Univ. of Penn., Masters Equiv. Mr. Richard Davis Cabinet Making Fitchburg State College, B.S. Univ. of Mass., M.Ed. Mr. Hollis Moore Electronics, Metals, Graphic Arts Fitchburg State College, B.S.Ed. MR. HOLLIS MOORE 28 MRS. JANE CROSS MISS ELIZABETH FOLEY Mrs. Marjorie Day Home Economics, Biology Univ. of Mass., B.S., M.S.Ed. Miss Irene E. Hale Typing Salem State College, B.S.Ed. Mrs. Jane Cross Commercial Subjects Plymouth State College, B.Ed. Miss Elizabeth Foley Commercial Subjects Salem State College, B.S. Boston Univ., M.Ed. MRS. MARJORIE DAY MISS IRENE E. HALE Teaches Various Practical Skills. 29 • I Individuals Contribute To Many MR. BRUCE OLDERSHAW MRS. NAOMI LANGFORD The MISS ELEANOR PIERCE MRS. SHARON WHEELER MRS. PEARL VERY Miss Eleanor Pierce Audio-Visual Secretary Mrs. Sharon Wheeler Teachers’ Secretary Mrs. Pearl Very Library Secretary Mr. Bruce Oldershaw Audio-Visual Director Westfield State College, B.S.Ed Springfield College, M.Ed. Univ. of Mass., C.A.G.S. Mrs. Naomi Langford Librarian, Humanities Millersville State College, B.S. Maintenance And Well-Being Of The School MAINTENANCE STAFF: Wallace Forman, Charles Stuart, head custodian, MRS. EVELYN LAFLAMME Donald Ward, Eugene O’Neil. Matron MRS. JUDITH G. LEVREAULT, R.N. School Nurse Univ. of Mass., B.S. Nursing MRS. RUTH CORRELL Head Dietician 31 CAFETERIA STAFF: Rita Clevenger, Albina Newton, Olive Nelson, Eunice Ball, Doris Karsh. ' -i v v ' v: M , ' 1 - . e . Jt ' r.vv - ' • " •’ 3 f :-«■• ‘Vi- »s en, 4-.lt 5-VttV 1 -v “ iwv«» -«. L Freshmen Make Significant i Susan Abbott Barbara Allen Jane Allen Jeffrey Anderson John Appley Bradford Archer Cynthia Baker Allen Barton Roxanne Bathurst Paul Betumey Peter Bleckwehl Judith Bond Thomas Boyd Robert Brand Susan Brandfass John Brandts Richard Britt William Brophy Edward Brozo Steve Budde Nancy Bukoski David Burroughs Steven Burwell Teresa Byrne Robert Cabral Frederic Cann Deborah Carey Christopher Carlisle Peter Carlozzi Douglas Carpenter Nancy Carpenter Beth Carver Matthew Chametzky Ronnie Chase Denise Cheney Mary Cleveland Peter Collins First row from left: M. Sullivan, president; D. Carey, secretary; P. Car- lozzi, treasurer. Second row: Mrs. J; Erensoy and Mr. R. Kelley, advisers. Missing: D. Ham, vice-president. 34 Contributions James Conlon Susan Cowles Marilyn Crossmon Gail Cunningham Mary Curran Susan Curran Richard Damon Carol Davies Patricia Davis Christine Dennler Nicholas deSherbinin David Desmond Sue Dezingas Kathy Dill Kenneth Doubleday David Drake Douglas Drew Robin Duame Frank Dubravcic Thomas Dunn Sandra Ewell Katherine Fawkner Thomas Feng Deborah Fennessey Thomas Fischer Linda Fliess Thomas Fortier Jan French Cindy Fuller Margaret Fuller Steven Gallagher Richard Garber Nancy Garrabrants Pamela Garrow Phillip Gendelman Jon Giannetti Anne Gibavic David Glazier Dora Goddard Valerie Godfrey Diane Golfin Robert Graham 35 To Many Aspects George Graiff Gary Graves Holly Graves Jennifer Greene Nancy Grimm Sherry Grincavitch Peter Grose Louis Guyott Elizabeth Halsey Deborah Ham Carol Hammen Douglas Hardaker Julia Harris Steven Harris Susan Hasbrouck Paul Hastings Susan Hastings Carole Hawley Ellen Hayes James Hexter Gail Higgins Brian Hobart Kathy Hodgkins Lee Holliday Laverne Howard Perry Howard Ray Howes James Jacque Sally Johansson Ameret Johnson John Jones Frank Kaniecki Jean Kentfield Paul Keyes David Kielbowicz Janine King William Klingelhofei Robert Knichnicki Lauren Koslow Patricia Kuzmeski Jane LaClaire Laure LaMontagne 36 William Sheckels Thomas Sheerman Jacalyn Shumway Janet Singleton Doris Slate David Smith Lawrence Smith Daniel Smyth Lora Southworth Elizabeth Spink Cynthia Stanitis Anthony Stanne Diane Stedman Sally Stevens Glenda Stowell Susan Stowell Through Michael Pervier Carol Peters Robert Piedmont David Quinlan Virginia Randall Richard Rice Tamma Rich Thomas Richards Ellen Rosen Darlene Russell Joseph Ryznic Karen Ryznic Gregory Scanlon Barbara Schoenberger Zane Selanis Carl Shapiro Organizations Freshmen make good use David Strange Mark Strother Joyce Suhl Michael Sullivan Nancy Suprenant Deborah Sweigart 38 Steven Tatro Lucy Thayer Patricia Thompson Diane Thornton Paul Tuttle Suzanne Tyler John Vassallo Jane Vaughan George Vinskey William Vissering Debbie Walas Nancy Walas Karen Waldron Peter Warner Joseph Waskiewicz Steve Waskiewicz Carl Watson Steve Weagle Mark Whitney Paul Whitney Donna Whittemore Janet Wilcox Carla Williams Jay Williams Susan Williams Laurie Wilson Michael Wing Sandra Wogrin Peggy Woodard Jean Wysocki George Young Barbara Zunic Sharon Tiffany Loraine Tittle Susan Towle Lynn Towson Karen Tudryn Karen Tulenko Sharon Tulenko Lorna Turner And Class Participation. 39 Jeff Aldrich Rebecca Allen Paul Arons Marilyn Ashley Linda Atkins Marilyn Austin Sophomores Allen Ball Charles Ball Jeffrey Ball Virginia Barr Steven Barrett John Barron Elizabeth Bazara Joyce Bechard Raymond Bennett Beverly Besner Meloni Bias Richard Blow Ellen Boucher Carolyn Bragg Charles Bray first row, from left: L. Ludtke, treasurer; S. Darity, president; I . I it .patrick, vice-president. Second row: Mrs. S. Laverdiere, adviser; S. Howards, secretary; Mr. T. Styspcck, adviser. Christy Abbott William Aird 1 James Aldrich Debbie Bridges James Britt Larry Britt Lynn Budde Joanne Bunn Christopher Burn Dawn Bums Jeffery Burns Sharon Callahan Kevin Carey Margaret Carey Ralph Carey Richard Carey Warren Carey Andrew Carpenter Robert Carr Kevin Chickering Carolyn Chisholm Show True Spirit . . . Christine Clark Bryan Clarke Christine Cobb Suzanne Cohen Jeffrey Cole Michelle Couture Willow Cramer Kenneth Cuddeback William Darity i Fred Davis Jerome Dempsey MacDonald Dennler Dan Dickinson ' Cynthia Doleva Emily Domina Thomas Doubleday William Dowd Paul Edwards Deborah Ely Charles Eshbach i Neil Fennessey 41 Cynthia Ferguson Martin Ferwerda Sharon Field Ellen Fitzpatrick Cynthia Fox Robert Gage Mary Garber Theodore Garrow A less serious moment in the life of a sophomore. As They Participate In A Wide Range Of Activities . . . William Gibson Donald Gnatek William Gordon Philip Greenfield Kenneth Grimm Naomi Gunner Cynthia Halsey Benjamin Harrington Chad Harris Kathy Harvey Nancy Hasbrouck Angi Haugerud Deborah Havard Robert Havis Debbie Hebb Barbara Hilton Gary Houle Meredith Howard Steve Howards Stanley Hugill Nina Humphrey 42 Robin Nicolay Lawrence Olanyk Peter Olanyk Claire Oppenheim Debbie Orr David Osborn Gail Page Patti Page Rita Paradis David Parkinson Bruce Payton George Peppard Alan Peters Robert Peters Katherine Piccus Christopher Pickering James Plaza Edward Plimpton Arlene Podlesny Ann Powers Barbara Pratt And Work To Achieve A Fine Jeffrey Price Bonnie Prim Joseph Raskevitz Thomas Ricci Norman Rice Philip Ripa Gerald Robinski Stanley Rock Ted Roco Susan Roetter Jacqueline Russell Theresa Sacco Susan Saheed Paul Schwartz Howard Siddall Lyn Singer James Slocombe Ellen Spear Fred Spence Jean Spink Marshall Steinbeck Elizabeth Stosz Kathy Sullivan Jan Swartzbaugh 44 I Academic Record James Thornton Jean Tidlund Karen Tidlund Paul Tittle Jonathan Tucker Raymond Tudryn David Vlach Dianne Walas Margaret Walker Elizabeth Warriner Margaret Warriner Stewart Watson William Weaver James Webb Richard Whitney Sandy Darity helps to plan one of the many sophomore class activi ties. Brian Woodard Donald Wright Janyce Wziontka Earl Young Philip Zahradnik Michael Ziomek Lenerd Wiley Anne Williams Ethan Williams Joshua Winder Kathleen Wittmer Christine Wood Vernon Aiken Chris Aldrich Kelley Aldrich Daryl Anderson Elizabeth Andrews Richard Appley George Balsley Cynthia Banfield Sarah Barnes First row, from left: R. Laprade, treasurer; J. Connelly, president; W. Crossman, vice-president. Second row: Mrs. I. Matlon and Mr. E. Cepek, advisers. Missing: L. Roetter, secretary. Juniors Participate In The Educational Experience . . Bonita Bathurst Jacqueline Benedict Rene Bernasconi Noli Bias Ruth Bimey Eric Bleckwehl Lynn Bond Carol Boyd Paul Britt Robert Britt Lois Brown Raymond Brunelle Judith Buczala Ronald Bukoski April Bunker Sharon Bunn Jennifer Burn Martha Burroughs Gene Campbell Linda Campbell Daniel Canon Roger Cansfield Cynthia Carlisle Anne Cary Jane Chisholm Deborah Clark Kristin Clark John Connelly Joan Coplin Judith Costigan Robert Cowles Nina Cox Christine Cramer Janet Crooker Katherine Cross William Crossman Donald Crutch Michael Curran Jacky Day Peter deFriesse Christopher Demarest Mark Dembinski Tom DeMott Donna DesRosiers Carl Dickson James Doleva Robert Doubleday Helen Drake Kerry Duame Kim Duame Steve Eldridge Joshua Epstein Frank Ernest Karen Foley Heather Fraser Joel Friedman Richard Fuller Nancy Gage Victor Giard Paul Gibavic Ellen Gladchuck Nancy Glazier Peter Glazier 47 Ronald Gnatek David Goodhind Elizabeth Gozzi Jacqueline Grady Ray Gralenski Stephen Greene Robert Gross Patricia Gwozdz Robert Hammel Donald Hardaker David Hastings Barry Higgins Patricia Hilton Mark Holden Gordon Holzhauer Eric Howard Juanita Howard Gretchen Hunsberger Mary Irwin Victoria Jacob Steven Jacque Andy Jaffe Frederick Johnson Louise Kaminski Chapin Kaynor Blake Keedy Laura Kelley Steven Kenney Mak Keyes Robert Keyes Frederick Kielbasa Lillian Kimball The juniors participated actively in Boc Working Together 48 Dennis Klingelhofer Douglas Knapp Judith Knowles Stanley Kopinto Jane Kosakowski John Kosloski Patricia Kroner Eleanor Kucinski Paul Kucinski Ronald Kulikosky Paul Kuzmeski Mary LaClaire Timothy LaClaire Vicki LaClaire John LaFlamme Denise LaMontagne Betsey Lancaster Richard Laprade Paul Langland Linda Larson Simon Lesser Truman Likens Nathan Little Melissa Ludtke John Madigan Arlene Marcus Grace Markert Diane Marko Daniel Martin Diane Martin David Maxson Cynthia May Patricia McLaughlin Patricia Melanson Susan Melnick Michael Miazga Creatively . . . ■ Day activities. i I Jean Miller Dale Morton Connie Nanartonis Celeste Newport Patricia Newton Gail Nickerson John Noyes Ann Oberlander David O’Brien Timothy O’Brien Joseph O’Byme Mary O’Connor William Olanyk Richard O’Rourke James Paige Alice Parrish Russell Paulin Goldie Payson Leroy Phelps Kenneth Picha Diane Pippert Eric Pippert Garry Plagenhoef Nancy Pratt Georgianna Rajter Laurel Randall Anna Regish Edward Robert Jay Roberts Elaine Rocasah Nicholas Rock Lucia Roetter Duncan Rollason Robert Rosen Donna Ruder Deborah Schnarr Jeanne Shea Harvey Sheerman William Sherburne Johanna Shumway Stanley Simmons Judith Skillings Bonnie Smith 50 James Spielman Mary Stanne John Stowell Ruth Sullivan Jeffrey Summerlin Floyd Thompson Ernest Tidlung Theodore Tudryn Miner Tuttle John Tyler Barbara Wagner Rosalind Waldron Janet Wentworth Carolyn Waskiewicz Belinda Wells Tom White Marcia Whitney Susan Wilcox Leigh Williams Peter Winship Kim Wisneski Jane Woodard James Wyman Paul Wysocki A bird’s-eye view of the Junior Cake Sale. I And Assuming An Active Role In School Events. Sharon Smith Michael Smyth 51 t I “When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before the first of what is still to come. ” These words by Leonardo da Vinci can well apply to the members of the Class of 1968 as you leave Amherst Regional. At this moment of transition you are no doubt reflecting upon what has gone before and, with varying degrees of curiosity, excitement, and anticipation, upon what is still to come. Our sincere wish goes to each of you that your academic and social experiences here have prepared you to challenge the future with a sense of self-respect, with confidence, and with involvement in the urgency of today’s society. 52 — - — rr CLASS OF 1968 Seated, From Left: Joanne Ezbicki, vice-president; Mrs. Muriel Gehrman, class adviser; Diane Drew, secretary. Standing: Gregory Hamilton, president; Mr. John C. Adams, class adviser; William Double- day, treasurer. GREGORY C. HAMILTON Class President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4; Cross Country 2; Weightlifting 3; Soccer 3, Co-Capt. 4; Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading Capt. 4; Gymnastics Club 4; Pep Club 4; Band 2; Presidential Physi- cal Fitness Award. JOANNE ADELE EZBICKI Class Vice-President 3, 4; Class Secretary 2; National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4; Cheerleading 1; Varsity Cheerleading 2, Co-Capt. 3, Capt. 4; Volleyball 4; Gym Show 1, 2; Track 3; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 4; All State Chorus 4; Drama Club 1; Play Cast 1, 2, 4; World Geography Award 1; Scholarship Award 1. I 54 THOMAS L. AIRD Transferred from Chicopee, Mass. 2; Weightlifting 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 2; AFS 4; High School Mental Health Program 4. CHRISTOPHER ALLEN Class Vice-President 2; Class Presi- dent 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Football 1; Baseball 1; AFS 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM A. DOUBLEDAY Class Treasurer 4; Transferred from Tororo, Uganda, East Africa 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Soccer Manager 3, 4; Student Government Day 2; Model Congress Head Delegate 3, 4; Goldbug Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Graphic 4; Creative Arts Magazine 4; Chess Club Secretary 2, 3; Boys State Rep. 3; Good Government Day Alternate 4; National Merit Scholar- ship Letter of Commendation. MICHAEL R. ALDRICH Football 3; Weightlifting 2, 3; Rod Gun Club 2, Pres. 3. DIANE MARY DREW Class Secretary 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4, Treas. 3; J.V. Cheerleading 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleading 3, Co- Capt. 4; Volleyball 4; Gym Show 1; Student Patrol 4; Talisman 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3, Sec. -Treas. 4; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Award 1 ; Vocal Music Award 1 . F. DOUGLAS ANDERSON Soccer 2, 3; Squash 3, 4; Cheer- leading 4; Student Government Day 2; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Creative Arts Magazine 4; AFS 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; A-V Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; SSEO 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1. 55 JAMES C. ANDERSON Football 1, 2, 3; Weightlifting 3. I DAVID ANTHONY Cross Country 1; Soccer 4; Model Congress 3; Student Patrol 4; Outing Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Play Cast 1; Play Crew 1; Biology Lab Asst. 3; Discussion Club 2. TUNA MARIA ANTTILA AFS Student from Finland; National Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; AFS V.-Pres. 4; Ski Club 4 ; Tri-S 4 ; Orche stra 4 . JAMES N. ATKINS Swimming 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3. 56 frank henry boyden National Honor Society 3, 4 Weightlifting 1; Student Patrol 4 Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 3 AFS 4; Pep C lub Executive Member 4; Chonis 1, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 3, 4; Drama Club l;Play Cast 1, 2, 3. 4; Cheerleading 4; Vocal Music Award. BRIAN L. BLINN Track 3. WENDY JEAN BLACK Basketball 2; Quidnunc 1; Future Nurses Club 3; Business Career Club 4; Junior Business Award. DANA BETH AFS 3; Art Club 3, 4; Drama Club 4. REEDC. BIRNEY Football 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1; Drama Club 1 . JUDITH A. BARTON Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Outing Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3,4. KATHERINE STEELE BRANDFASS Transferred from Mercersburg, Pa. 2; Class Secretary 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Ski Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Donald S. LaCroix Biology Award 2; DAR Good Citizen Award 4; Graduation Marshal 3. BARBARA LOUISE BRAGG National Honor Society 3, 4; Gym Show 1; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Math Club 2; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Band 2, 3, Librarian 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Chamber Singers 3, 4; Play Cast 2, 3; Play Crew 2, 3, 4; Asst, to Music Director 3. LOIS CONSTANCE BROWN LINDA DIANNE BUKOSKI Basketball Manager 2; Volleyball 2; Softball 2, 3; Track 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 1; Business Career Club 4. 58 RANDALL BURNS Football 3. PATRICK JAMES CALLAHAN Student Council 1; Football 1; Gym Show 1, 2; Baseball 1; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Drama Club 1 ; Play Crew 1 . KATHY LEE CAREY Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 1; Business Career Club 4. 59 r MARGARET BROWNING COOK Gym Show 1; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4; Chamber Singers 4. ARTHUR B. CUTTING National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1; Football Manager 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Gym Show 1, 2; Squash 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Skiing 3, Capt. 4; Quidnunc 1; Graphic 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, Pres. 4. CYNTHIA RAE CONWAY National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Badminton 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug Senior Editor 4; Graphic 3, 4; Creative Arts Magazine 4; AFS 4; French Club 4; Tri-S 2, V-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Language Lab Asst. 3; Drama Club 1; Play Cast 1, 4; Play Crew 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL COWLES Cross Country 2, 3, Capt. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol Co-Capt. 4; Leaders Club 4; Cross Country Award 4. GARY M. CUNNINGHAM SUSAN S. CUDDEBACK Volleyball 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; French Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Drama Club 1. 60 TIMOTHY DEMPSEY MARALEE R. D. DAVIS Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3; Art Club 4. SARA EMILY DICKINSON Transferred from Lausanne, Switzerland 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 4, Softball 4. field Hockey 3, 4; Track 4; Tennis 3, 4; Goldbug 4; French Club 2; Chess Club 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, Concert Mistress 4, Librarian 4; District Orchestra 3, 4; All-State Orchestra 3,4; Chorus 2. 61 ANN ELOISE EIBEN Student Council 3; Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, Sec.-Treas. 3, 4; District Chorus 3, 4; All-State Chorus 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4; Chamber Singers 4; Choral Award 3. CALVIN G. EWELL Football 1; Weightlifting 2; Band 1 , DONALD BRIAN FENNESSEY National Honor Society 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Goldbug Photography Editor 4; Chess Club 2; Outing Club 3, 4; Language Lab Asst. 2; German Club 4; German Award 3. CARLYLE A. FIELD Rod Gun Club 2j Drama Club 2. TERRI LEE FOOSE Gym Show 1; Track 3; Tri-S 1, 2, 3; Langauge Lab Asst. 3; Thespians 3; Play Cast 1, 2, 3; Play Crew 1; Great Books Discussion Club 2. JAMES FIELD Gym Show 3; Drama Club 1. 62 DAVID GAGE Student Council V.-Pres. 1; i Football Trainer 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Tennis 2; Graphic 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2. ! JEFFREY A. GERE National Honor Society 3, 4; Swimming 2, Manager 3; Baseball Manager 1 ; French Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1; Orchestra 2, 3; Drama Club V.-Pres. 1 ; Play Cast 1 2. CHESTER S. GLADCHUCK Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; Basketball 1; Weightlifting 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Leaders Club 3, 4. DONALD L. GIBAVIC Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1 ; Mechanical Drawing Award 1. 63 TERRY PHYLLIS GLAZIER Gym Show 1; Track 3,4;Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3. STEVEN MARK GLUCKSTERN National Honor Society 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Student Government Day 2; Forensic Club V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; AFS 4; Math Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 4; Play Cast 1, 2. JANET LELAND GODSELL Class Treasurer 2, 3; Student Council 2, 4; Basketball 3; J.V. Cheerleading 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Gym Show 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Gold bug 4; Gymnastics Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL S. GOOD Transferred from St. Louis, Mo. 1; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; AFS 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. LEE-ELLEN GOULD Drama Club 1 . KATHERINE K. GRADY National Honor Society 3, 4; Softball 2; Tennis 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Forensic Club 3; Talisman 1; Goldbug Faculty Editor 4; Graphic 2, Editor 3, Business Manager 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; District Band 3, 4; Drama Club 1. 64 DALE SIMMONS HALSEY National Honor Society 3, 4; Vollebyall 4; Badminton 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 3; AFS Sec. 4; French Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, Sec. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4; Play Crew 3. THOMAS R. GRALINSKI Soccer 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SCOTT HAMMEN Transferred from Springfield, New Jersey 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Graphic 4; AFS 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Play Cast 3, 4; Director, Fall Play 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. NANCY JEAN HANKINSON Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; Gym Show 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA D. HARPER National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Volleyball 2, 3; Gym Show 1; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Graphic 3, 4; Creative Arts Magazine 4; AFS 3; Ski Club 4, Treas. 3; Tri-S 2; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 1; Danforth Award 1. JAMES D. HARRINGTON Baseball 2; Golf 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Goldburg 4; Graphic 4; Outing Club 3, Sec. -Treas. 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4. 65 JAMES HARRIS National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 3; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug Layout Editor 4; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 3, 4; Play Crew 2, 3; Latin II Award 3; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. HARLAN GOODRICH HARVEY Pep Club 2, 3; Language Lab Asst. 2; Drama Club 1. SHARON HAWTHORNE Basketball 4; Gym Show 1, 2; Goldbug Head Typist 4; Graphic 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1. PETER KENNETH HARRIS Weightlifting 2; Soccer 2, 3, Capt. 4; Gym Show 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Student Patrol 4; Gymnastics Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Leaders Club 4; Pep Club Class Representative 2; Language Lab Asst. 2; Hampshire League Soccer All-Stars 4. CATHERINE ANNE HASBROUCK National Honor Soceity 3, 4; Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Goldbug 4; Outing Club 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Chorus 3, 4; Drama Club 1; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. ARTHUR DANIEL HATT Rod Gun Club 1; A-V 2; Pep Club 2. 66 RICHARD A. HEATH Soccer 3; Student Patrol 4. DALE A. HOMME Swimming Manager 4; Basketball 1; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 3, 4; Quidnunc Co-Editor 1; Goldbug 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, Treas. 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Chorus 1; Drama Club 1; Biology Club 4; German Club 4; Presidential Physical Fitness Award. SUSAN MARY HORNE Transferred from Milford, Conn. 3; Student Patrol 4; Tri-S 3, 4. DALE L. HOULE Transferred from South Hadley, Mass. 2; Baseball 2; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 2; Play Crew 2. LELA J.HUGILL National Honor Society 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Goldbug Underclass Editor 4; Drama Club 1. DEBORAH LOUISE HULL Student Council 2, 3, Sec. 1, 4; Swimming Manager 4; Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 3; Student Patrol 4; Goldbug 4; AFS 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Chorus 4; Drama Club 1; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Lab Asst. 3; Presidential Physical Fitness Award. SANFORD RALPH JOHNSON Cross Country 2; Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3; Baseball Manager 1; Goldbug 4; Play Crew 1; Social Studies Award 1. BONNIE JOHNSTON Majorettes 2; Badminton 2; Goldbug 3, 4; Drama Club 1. KAREN KEEDY Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 2, 3, 4; AFS 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 3; Drama Club 1; Play Cast 1, 2, 3. VICTOR A. KEEDY Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Rod Gun Club 2. 68 LINDA J. KELLERMAN FS 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 2; jrri-S 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; .(Language Lab Asst. 1. STEPHEN R. KELLOGG Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 4. EVAN W. KENSETH Student Council 1; Football 1; Basketball 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Gym Show 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Skiing 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2 . KAREN KENTFIELD Gym Show 1; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Play Crew 4; Art Award 1. MARK KEYSER EDWIN PETER KNIHNICKI Golf 3, 4; A-V Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Marching Band 3 . 69 ■■■■■■ JAMES KOLAKOSKJ JOHN KOLASIENSKI Football 1; Basketball Manager 1; Weightlifting 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY A. KUZMESKI Student Patrol 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Play Crew 1. JOHN A. KRAWCZYK Football 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; Weightlifting 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Leaders Club 4. THOMAS P. LANSNER Soccer 2, 3; Talisman l;Goldbug4; Graphic 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Band 1, 4; Great Books Discussion Club 1; Jazz Band 4. PAULINA LAMB Tri-S 2, 3, 4. 70 DAVID ROBINSON LEE Transferred from Orange, Mass. 2; National Honor Society 3, Pres. 4; Cross Country 3; Model Congress 3, 4; Goldbug 4; Graphic Sports Editor 4; AFS 4; French Club 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; As Schools Match Wits Team 4; Harvard Book Prize 3; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. JON D. LEE Basketball 1, 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2. RALPH H. LEWIS Football 1; Cross Country 2; Swimming 2, 3, Capt. 4; Student Patrol 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Leaders Club 4; A-V Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3. EDGAR E. LINDSEY National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 3, V.-Pres. 4; Cross Country 2; Track 3, 4; Student Government Day 2; Forensic Club 3, V.-Pres. 4; French Club 2, Pres. 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Chorus 2; Play Cast 1, 2, 3; 1st Place Trophy, Melrose Debate Tourney; 2nd Place Trophy UNH Debate Tourney. WILLIAM MacDONALD JAMES BRADFORD MARDEN Football 1; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Golf 2, 3, 4; Talisman 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug Sports Editor 4. 71 ROBERT T. MARKERT A-V Club 3. RICHARD J. MARTIN National Honor Society 3; Chess Club 2; SSEO 1; Pep Club 2, 3; Language Lab Asst. 1, 2; Band 2; Marching Band 1; Orchestra 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2; District Chorus 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3; Play Cast 1; German Club 3; Play Orchestra 2; All State Chorus 4. LUCY MARX National Honor Society V.-Pres. 4; Student Council 1, 3; Track 3; Quidnunc Co-Editor 1 ; Goldbug Activities Editor 4; Ski Club 3, 4. STEPHEN MATUSKO TIMOTHY L. McCABE Goldbug 4; AFS 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; District Chorus 4; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 2, 3, 4. PETER D. MAY Football 1; Basketball 1. t 72 DONNA LEE MELLEN National Honor Society 3, 4; J.V. Cheerleading 2, Co-Capt. 3; Badminton 2, 3; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug Senior Editor 4; Graphic 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 4; Drama Club 1; Play Cast 1, 4; French 1 Award 1; Latin II Award 3; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. JAMES F. MILLAR Football 1; Baseball 1, 2. MARY ANN MITCHELL J.V. Cheerleading 2, 3; Varsity Cheerleading 4; Volleyball 4; Stu- dent Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; AFS 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. KAREN MORRIS National Honor Society 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Outing Club 4. MARGARET ANNE MOSHER Majorettes 3, Capt. 4; Gym Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 3, Pres. 4; Gymnastics Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. THOMAS M. MULCAHY Soccer 2, 3. 73 L. PAMELA GUYOTT MULLINS Cheerleading 1; Volleyball 2; Quidnunc 1; Pep Club 1, 2; Drama Club 1. PATRICIA HART O’ROURKE Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; French Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2; T-riS 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Drama Club 1. PATRICIA J. OLANYK National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1; Talisman 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Play Crew 1; Biology Lab Asst. 4; Biology Club Pres. 4. SUSAN OLIVER National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 4; Volleyball 4; Softball 2; Tennis 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Quidnunc Business Manager 1; Goldbug Faculty Editor 4; Graphic 3, 4, Business Manager 2; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1. JAYE PATRICIA NUTTING Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Student Patrol 4. STEVEN C. OSBORN Transferred form Northfield, 111. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Squash 3; Model Congress 3; Leaders Club 4; Forensic Club 3; Goldbug 4; Creative Art s Magazine Editor 4; Boys State Rep. 3. 74 ALAN PETERSON SHERYL J. PETERSON Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Business Careers Club 4. JUDITH PAULSEN Transferred from Storrs, Conn. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3; Thespians 3, 4; Play Crew 3, 4. JEFFERY L. PAYTON Transferred from Winter Park, Fla. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Graphic 4; Leaders Club 4; Grad- uation Marshal 3. LOUISETTE PAQUIN Transferred from Miami Springs, Florida 4; Volleyball 4; French Club Sec. 4; Business Careers Club 4. JAMES PERVIER RICHARD A. POWERS Student Patrol 4. JONATHAN PRICE Transferred from Sparta, N.J. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; AFS 4; Ski Club 4. RUTH A. REBER AFS 2, 3; French Club 3; Language Lab Asst. 2; Drama Club 3; Thespians 3; Play Crew 1, 2, 3; Discussion Club 1. LUCINDA PICCUS Transferred from Providence, R.I. 3; National Honor Society 4; Orchestra 3. JANET RUTH POTASH National Honor Society 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Creative Arts Magazine 4; French Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; District Band 4; French II Award 1; Latin I Award 1; Math II Award 1; Unified Science Award 1; Latin II Award 2; Greek I Award 2; Latin IV Award 3; Greek II and III Award 3. BARBARA L. PUFFER National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1; Tennis 4; Cheer- leading 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Graphic 2, 3, Co-Edi tor-in-Chief 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-S 2; Drama Club Treas. I; Play Cast 1; Play Crew Business Manager 1; English Award 1; Citizenship Award 1; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation. 76 JUDITH RICE Transferred from Carbondale, 111. 4; Volleyball 4; Track 4; Tennis 4; Badminton 4; Goldbug 4; French Club 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Tri-S 4. BARBARA JANE RENAUD National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 1; J.V. Cheer- leading Co-Capt. 1, 2; Varsity Cheerleading 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Gym Show 1, 2, 3; Student Patrol Co-Capt. 4; Talisman 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Play Cast 1; Play Crew 1. RICHARD ROBERTS Basketball 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA ROGOWSKJ CHRISTOPHER SACCO Student Council Pres. 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Gym Show 1; Tennis 1, 2; Baseball 1; A-V Club 2. PRISCILLA ADELE SCOTT Basketball 1; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2 3, 4. 77 ARTHUR MILES SEAVER Student Council 2, V.-Pres. 3, Treas. 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Basket- ball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Pep Club 3, 4. SANDRA L. SHEA National Honor Society 3, Sec. 4; Student Council 1, 2; J.V. Cheer- leading 2, Capt. 3; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug Editor 4; Ski Club 2, Sec. 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Language Lab Asst. 3. THOMAS G. SHECKELS Cross Country 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Govern- ment Day 2; Student Patrol 4; Play Crew 3, 4. SCOTT PHILIP SHUMWAY Football 1; Basketball 1, 3; Soccer 2; Baseball 4; Play Crew 1. WILLIAM JOHN SIERUTA Football 2; Swimming 2; Track 3, 4; Talisman 1. LYNN SLOCOMBE National Honor Society 3, 4; Majorettes 4; Outing Club 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. 78 ALTHEA M. SMITH Basketball 1; Volleyball 3, 4; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Thes- pians 3, 4; Play Crew Asst. Manager 3,4. CRAIG ALLEN SNOEYENBOS National Honor Society 3, 4; Forensic Club 3, 4; Goldbug 4; Math Club 2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; As Schools Match Wits Team 2, 3, 4. MARTHA J. SPIELMAN Goldbug 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Business Career Club 4. STEPHEN P. STANNE National Honor Society 3, 4; Crosscountry 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Student Patrol 4; Chorus 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Play Cast 3; Play Crew 3, 4; Danforth Award 1; Scholarship Award 1; Dartmouth Book Award 3. JEAN M. STOLARSKI Basketball 3; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Presidential Physical Fitness Award. BARBARA ANN STOSZ National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1; Softball 2, Manager 3; Gym Show 1, 2; Student Patrol 4; Future Teachers Club 2; FHA Treas. 2; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. 79 SHIRLEY THOMPSON FHA 2. STEN TORE TORNGREN AFS Student from Sweden 4; Student Council 4; Tennis 4; AFS 4; Play Cast 4. JANICE MARILYN STOWELL National Honor Society 3, Treas. 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, Co-Capt. 4; Track 3, 4; Student Government Day 2; Talisman 1; Quidnunc 1 ; Goldbug Editor 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; ARHS AFS Repre- sentative to France; French Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4, Treas. 3. CYNTHIA L. TAYLOR Basketball 3; Gym Show 1; AFS 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS JOHN TIMBERLAKE National Honor Society 3, 4; Squash 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Graphic 3; AFS 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Language Lab Asst. 2. BRUCE W. TAYLOR Student Council 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Baseball 1. 80 LINDA R. TRACHY Basketball 2; Softball 2; Student Patrol 4; Future Nurses Club 3, Pres. 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Asst. Librarian 2 . REBECCA ANN TRUESDELL Transferred from Holden, Mass. 2; Graphic 3; Business Careers Club 4; Shorthand Award 3. CAROL ANN VASSALLO Student Patrol 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Business Careers Club 4. JEAN ELIZABETH VISSERING Gym Show 1; Goldburg 4; AFS 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH W. WALAS Rod Gun Club 2, Sec.-Treas. 3. CHARLES WALKER Rod Gun Club 2, 3, 4. 81 KAREN WANCZYK Tri-S 3, 4. CHRISTINE ALYSOUN WARNER Thespians 3; Play Cast 2; Play Crew 1, 2, 3; Discussion Club 1. LINDA ANN WELLS Majorettes 2. . PHILIP NEAL WATSON Football 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Gym Show 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; Rod Gun Club 2. REBECCA TAMAR WHAPLES Transferred from Westminster, Md. 2; Outing Club 2, 3; Language Lab Asst. 2; Play Crew 2. STEVEN WHITE Football 2; Swimming 2. 82 JAMES WHITNEY Student Council 3, 4; Talisman 1; Quidnunc 1; Goldbug Business Manager 4; Pep Club Executive Member 4; Marching Band 1; Chorus 3, 4; Publicity Manager 4; District Chorus 4; All State Chorus 4; Music Club 1; Drama Club 1; Thespians 3, 4; Play Cast 3, 4; Play Crew 3, 4; Chamber Singers 4. GAIL L. WILSON Student Council 1; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1 : Goldbug 4; A.F.S. 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Chorus 1, 4; Drama Club 1. BRUCE W. YOUNG KAREN JO ZWINAKIS National Honor Society 4; Student Council 3; Volleyball 1; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. CAROLANN WISNIESKI National Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Gym Show 1, 2; Track 4; Tri-S 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Algebra I Award 1. MARTHA JANE WOODARD Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, Co-Capt. 4; Track 3, 4; Student Patrol 4; Quidnunc 1; Future Nurses Club 2, 4, Pres. 3; Tri-S 2, 3, 4. 83 85 Student Council Acts As A Link First row, from left: J. Godsell, K. Brandfass, R. Birney, J. Grady, G. Stowell, L. Roetter, D. Hull, L. Singer, K. Harvey, L. Budde, V. Barr, D. Drew, Mr. Arthur Leland, adviser. Second row: G. Page, G. Higgins, M. Sullivan, J. McCartney, F. Kielbasa, F. Lee, E. Williams, R. Graham, G. Hamilton, F. Palermo, S. Darity, J. Connelly, D. Smyth, B. Brandfass, C. Williams. Third row: S. Budde, B. Higgins, M. Modrzakowski, B. Taylor, J. Whitney, T. Fisher, T. Lindsey, C. Nanartonis, A. Seaver, R. Gage. Ted Lindsey, chairman of the No- Talent Show, rehearses an act with Craig Snoeyenbos. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council was led this year by Bruce Taylor, president; Ted Lindsey, vice- president; Debbie Hull, secretary; and Art Seaver, treasurer. Under the advisership of Mr. Arthur Leland, the council planned and sponsored many activities including the Christmas Paperback Booksale, the No-Talent Show, Field Day, and the Christmas Decor- ation Contest for the four classes. Milk machines were again set up in the gym lock- er rooms and the Student Council Scholar- ship was presented from the proceeds of the Scholarship Basketball Game. The council also served as spokesman for student opin- ion, investigating student problems and pro- posing new rules to the administration. Student Council meetings were held every Wednesday. The Dramatic Arts Offer Wide . . . Members of the drama class get ready for a per- formance of How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Nick Williams holds forth in a scene from Fanny’s First Play. DRAMA CLUB Fanny’s First Play, under the student direction of Scott Ham- men, provided theatrical entertain- ment for ARHS students this fall. Under the auspices of the Drama Club, this production featured Nick Williams, Debbie Hull, Tim Mc- Cabe, Kathy Mellen, Lynn Singer, Helen Drake, David Gage, Jim Har- ris, and Chris Allen. M rs. Pamela Comprone was the adviser. Nick Williams, Debbie Hull, Paul Langland, and Scott Hammen rehearse for the one-act play. Helen Drake, Lynn Singer, and Jim Harris practice their lines. 88 rv First row, from left: C. Warner, L. Singer, D. Drew, N. Williams, A. Eiben, J. Paulsen, E. Kucinski. Second row: Mrs. Kathryn Stone, adviser, M. Whitney, D. Hull, J. Whitney, R. Martin, T. McCabe, M. Cook, A. Marcus. Possibilities For Exploring Student In teres ts . THESPIANS This year Troupe 1333 of the National Thespian Society encouraged further in- terest in the dramatic arts. The annual spring production was Little Mary Sun- shine, a spoof on operettas. Synge’s In The Shadow of the Glen was entered in the New England Drama Festival. Under the leadership of Mrs. Kathryn Stone, the troupe planned an active year of dramatic activities. The officers were Nick Wil- liams, president; Ann Eiben, vice-presi- dent;and Diane Drew, secretary-treasurer. In order to raise money for the expenses of Little Mary Sunshine, and also for an outing, the Thespians held a chocolate sale. Ann Eiben and Frank Boydcn enjoy a romantic moment in Little Mary Sunshine. BAND AND ORCHESTRA The band and orchestra, under the direc- tion of Mr. John Maggs, gave both a winter and a spring concert. Several senior members of the orchestra performed concertos in the spring concert. The orchestra also attended the Instrumental Music Festival in the spring. More members of the band and orchestra were chosen to play in the Western Massach- usetts District Band and Orchestra than in former years. Ten instrumentalists were chosen for the District groups, and Sara Dickinson was accepted in All State. The orchestra completed its year by playing at graduation. Mr. Maggs conducts a rehearsal of the school band. Students Display Considerable Talent : Strings practice before a concert. Concert mistress Sara Dickinson takes her cue from Mr. Maggs. CHORUS The chorus, directed by Mr. John Maggs, was represented in the Western Massachusetts District Chorus by nine members. These members auditioned for the All State Chorus and five were accepted. After a very successful rendition of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, the chorus planned a busy schedule for spring. They gave an exchange concert with Andrew Warde High School in Fairfield, Connecticut, and attended the Spring Choral Festival, besides making a number of community appearances. Mr. Maggs directs the chorus at their winter concert. Jackie Grady practices the clarinet. In Vocal And Instrumental Music. 91 Organizations Promote Good Will Abroad . . . Tiina Anttila Janice Stowell First Row, from left: L. Randall, C. Conway, D. Halsey, T. Anttila, J. Stowell, A. Oberlander, C. Good. Second Row: Mr. Ames, adviser, M. Modzrakowski, R. Laprade, E. Andrews, S. Bunn, B. Wagner, D. Lamontagne, S. Callahan, D. Rollason, P. Langland, J. Noyes, S. Green, W. Doubleday. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE The AFS Club held its first meeting on the opening day of school, under the super- vision of Mr. Ames. Janice Stowell, Am- herst’s AFS representative, was elected pres- ident, Tiina Anttila, the AFS student from Finland, vice-president, Dale Halsey, secre- tary, and Anne Oberlander, treasurer. The organization held many fund-raising activi- ties for the Summer Abroad Program, in- cluding a dance, a food sale in the spring at the League of Women Voters’ book sale, and a booth at the Amherst Town Fair. Janice presented the slides of her summer in France, and Tiina showed her slides of Fin- land to school assemblies. 92 oj; And Group Participation At Home. Each class made a float for the Booster Day parade. PEP CLUB The Pep Club really lived up to its name this year! Under the strong leadership of Kathy Brandfass, presi- dent, Lucia Roetter, vice-president, Jacky Grady, secre- tary, and Duncan Rollason, treasurer, the club sponsored the successful Booster Weekend, pep busses to away games, and pep rallies. In addition to constant attendance at all games, they sponsored dances after basketball games. The adviser was Mr. Joseph Jacobs. Mixed emotions are seen at a game. Greg Hamilton leads the crowd in a cheer. Extra-Curricular Activities Provide . . . Diane Drew prepared a number of articles for sale. An Art Club member potting. The Christmas Art Bazaar was the site of extensive Christmas shopping. ART CLUB Art Club was established for students who had an interest in art. Mr. Packard was the adviser, and officers were Cynthia May, Tom Fortier, Bob Keyes, and Denise LaMontagne. In the fall special groups were set up for sketching trips, oil painting, making ceramics, enameling, and sculpturing. The “big event” was the Christmas Art Bazaar, which featured articles made by Art Club members. New Outlets For Student Interest. The Amherst Regional team, from left: G. Snoeyenbos, D. Lee, P. Greenfield, and J. Wyman. v w rmt t4I A.S.M.W. TEAM The “As Schools Match Wits” team, advised by Mr. Laurel Crouse, kept up the traditional Amherst winning streak by defeating four area teams in a row, thus qualifying for the semi-finals of Round I. Able members of this year’s team were Craig Snoeyenbos, a three-year veteran, David Lee, Phil Greenfield, Jim Wyman, and Robin Waldron, alternate. High light of the season was the defeat of Tantasqua, winner of last year’s finals. CHESS CLUB Again this year the Chess Club, under the leadership of Mr. Paul Judson, promoted much enthusiasm for chess in the school. It is not only for those who play chess, but also to give others a chance to learn the game. The weekly meetings proved most enjoyable to the members, who played at all hours. The members of the club not only play among themsevles, but also compete with other schools in the area. Jay Roberts served as the club’s secretary this year. Chess players abound in Room 5 during and after school. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Amherst Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was busy this year. The members undertook service projects including making decorations for local nursing homes, writing to boys in Vietnam, and sponsoring the annual Faculty Tea. The officers this year were Robin Nicolay, president; Kris Clark, vice-president; Susan Stowell, secretary; Holly Keyes, treasurer; Deborah Fennessey, historian; and Janet Went- worth; parliamentarian. The FHA advisers were Mrs. Marian Wilson and Mrs. Maijorie Day. The club par- ticipated actively in the regional and state activities of FHA. Members of the Future Homemakers of America prepare refreshments for the annual Faculty Tea. New Fields Can Be Explored Miss Halpin discusses plans for a visit to Crocker Farm School with members of the Future Teachers Club. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The Future Teachers Club is an organi- zation which gives students interested in a career in teaching an opportunity to further acquaint themselves with the teaching pro- fession. Miss Charlotte Halpin advised the club, whose officers this year were Janice Stowell, president; Carol Waskiewicz, vice- president; Glenda Stowell, secretary- treasurer; and Dale Morton, program chair- man. The club heard a number of interesting speakers and visited the local elementary schools. It also started a program for teacher’s aides, giving its members actual experience in the classroom. 96 FUTURE NURSES ASSOCIATION The Future Nurses Association undertook many projects this year which helped members to prepare for future careers and were a benefit to the school health program and the community. One project was helping to administer the Tuberculine Tine tests to students in the regional schools; another was a visit to the Belchertown State School. To raise money for these and other activities, the club held bake sales. Now the club feels qualified to apply for a National Charter. The club officers were Linda Trachy, president; Ruth Sullivan, vice-president; Dora Goodard, secretary; and Jean Kolasinski, treasurer. FIRST ROW, from left: S. Towle, D. Slate, L. Trachy, M. Fenton, R. Sullivan. SECOND ROW: P. Gwodz, M. Curran, J. Tidlund. MISSING: Future Nurses Club adviser, Mrs. Judith G. Levreault, R.N. Through Participation In Clubs . 97 The queen of the Tri-S formal Cindy Conway and her court, Bonnie Bragg, Barbara Renaud, Ann Eiben, and Carla Williams. Freshmen undergo initiation. TRI-S This past year was a successful one for Tri-S. Officers were Cindy Conway, president; Lucia Roetter, vice-president; Dale Halsey, secretary; and Judy Knowles, treasurer. The club spon- sored a fashion show in the fall for the entire school, caroling expeditions to local nursing homes, and numerous other ser- vice projects. They held many bake sales and the traditional overnight party. The officers and club were advised by Mrs. Day and Miss Lawson. Clubs Establish Services For The Community The formal dinner-dance was at the Lord Jeffrey Inn. m ■C ■ M f jTr i I j ■ 1 And Help To Aid The Student Body STUDENT PATROL Under the supervision of Mr. Paul Caouette, the student patrol, led by co-captains Mike Cowles and Barb Renaud, continued to help the administration. Their du- ties consisted primarily of keep- ing the school neat, and the corri- dors orderly. The organization is made up of senior and junior volunteers who are assigned to various posts around the school. Steve Stanne studies while on patrol duty. Mike Cowles sits at his post. First Row, from left: L. Rice, C. Vassallo, P. O’Rourke, C. Good, M. Cowles, K. Carey, M. Woodard, M. Mitchell, G. Wilson, E. Howard; Sec- ond row: D. Morton, P. McLaughlin, P. Melanson, G. Rajter, N. Cox, N. Bias, B. Stosz, B. Bragg, L. Kelly, C. Parrish, J. Howard, S. Horne, J. Barton; Third row: D. Anderson, M. Ball, R. Heath, R. Powers, J. Harris, T. Sheckels, S. Stanne, C. Gladchuck, V. Keedy, J. Krawczyk, T. Lewis. 99 Clubs Provide Many Recreational ROD AND GUN CLUB The Rod and Gun Club, organized to promote safety in the use of firearms, has been very active this year. Under the direction of Mr. Hollis Moore and the leader- ship of Pete Olanyk, president, and Bill Olanyk, secre- tary-treasurer, many field trips and movies were planned. These included winter and spring fishing trips, sessions on ammunition, archery, and scuba diving, and the an- nual banquet in the spring. A gun safety course given by Albert Brighenti, Natural Resource Officer for Hamp- shire County, was passed by fifty of the fifty-two mem- bers who participated. OUTING CLUB During the year the Outing Club, Club, advised by Mr. Camp, partici- pated in many activities, among which were numerous day hikes, snowshoeing,and spelunking. Other excursions included winter hikes, a spring canoeing trip, and a week- end trip to Mount Marcy in New York. Officers of the club were Peggy Mosher, president; Lynn Slo- combe, vice-president; and Jim Har- rington, secretary-treasurer. One of the many trips taken by the Out- ing Club, Seated: W. Olanyk. Standing, from left: R. Gross, P. Wysocki, R. Jacque, M. Keyes, C. Bray, M. Steinbeck. From left: J. Payton, M. Cowles, S. Kellogg, T. Sheckels, C. Gladchuck, B. Keedy, F. Dorman Mr. Charles Abramson, adviser. Opportunities For Student Body . Outing enthusiasts rest. 101 LEADERS’ CLUB The physical education Leaders’ Club for boys, under the leadership of Mr. Abramson, proved successful as a service club which planned, organized, and supervised various gym programs. Other objectives realized were developing qual- ities of leadership and activity through good example. Members were required to maintain a satisfactory academic average and display reasonable skill in physical activities. Students Show Interest . . . GRAPHIC Under co-editors Barbara Puffer and Donna Mellen, The Graphic was back in the school once again. With a small but dedicated staff. The Graphic was published seven times. Mrs. Price, who joined Miss Furgeson as an adviser, was a welcome addition. Despite some financial diffi- culties and a slow start, The Graphic showed much improvement and found wide support with the student body. The Graphic staff reviews copy: SEATED, from left: L. Roetter, B. Wagner, K. Grady, D.LaMontagne. STANDING: F. Dubravcic, R. Laprade, J. Barron, W. Doubleday, J. Harrington, D. Lee, J. Wyman. MISSING: T. Lansner, J. Grady, J. Noyes, M. Sullivan, and M. Kosarick, staff photographer. Editors Donna Mellen and Barbara Puffer confer with faculty advisers, Miss Dorothy Furgeson and Mrs. Jane Price. 102 Students enjoy an informal French Club meeting 103 The Graphic staff works long and hard. In Structuring Activities. FRENCH CLUB The French Club, although small in number, tried to present an interesting program. Typical of the activities were singing French carols in freezing weather, viewing a French movie, seeing slides of Expo ’67, and hearing a talk on French politics by an Amherst College professor. Officers were Ted Lindsey, president; Barbara Wagner, vice- president; Louisette Paquin, secretary; and Janyce Wziontka, treasurer. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Robert Frost Chapter of the National Honor Society honors students who are out- standing in four categories: Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. A tutor- ing service has been made available by the Honor Society to students desiring help in academic subjects. It has also set up a Schol- arship Fund, using money from various projects including a Slave Day. Officers of the National Honor Society are David Lee, president; Lucy Marx, vice-president; Sandy Shea, secretary; and Janice Stowell, treasurer. First row, from left: Miss Betty Jane Donley, adviser, J. Paulsen, J. Ezbicki, C. Conway, K. Grady, S. Dickinson, L. Slocombe, K. Brandfass, B. Renaud, L. Hugill, B. Bragg. Second row: L. Marx, C. Wisnieski, S. Oliver, C. Snoeyenbos, F. Boyden, D. Lee, S. Stanne, J. Price, J. Payton, J. Stowell, P. Olanyk, J. Potash. Third row: S. Gluckstern, J. Gere, C. Allen, A. Cutting, G. Hamilton, D. Fennessey, W. Doubleday, S. Osborn, D. Timberlake, T. Lindsey. Scholarship And Citizenship Are Sandy Shea was one of many National Honor Society members who served as tutors. President David Lee administered the membership pledge at the National Honor Society induction on February 29. MODEL CONGRESS The Model Congress, advised by Mr. Williams Ames, again at- tended the mock enactment of the United States Congress held at American International College in the spring. The Model Congress delegation was composed of veteran delegate Bill Doubleday, and Doris Slate, Dave Smith, and Mike Sullivan, who submitted Amherst’s bill calling for compulsory arbitration of labor disputes. From left: W. Doubleday, M. Sullivan, D. Smith, D. Lee, D. Slate, and Mr. William Ames, adviser. Both From left: Mr. David Hammarstrom, adviser, J. Langford, D. Anderson, S. Osborn, J. Potash, D. Martin. Aspects Of Extracurricular Activities. BUSINESS CAREERS CLUB The Business Careers Club was newly formed this year. Miss Elizabeth Foley and Mrs. Jane Cross served as advisers to the club and no officers were chosen this year. All members went on a field trip to Green- field Community College and Greenfield Tap and Dye Co. The girls were also invited to Amherst College by President Plimpton’s secretary to discuss secretarial careers in the field of higher education. CREATIVE ARTS MAGAZINE This year has seen the birth of a new magazine at the high school. The Magazine of the Creative Arts, which came out this spring, was concerned with all parts of the arts spectrum: poetry, short fiction, humorous essays, musical compositions, graphical art work, and photography. Like any new activity, the magazine had several problems to overcome before it could be published, not the least of which were an understandable shortage of contributions and lack of funds. Fortunately both of these problems were surmounted. The staff consisted of Steve Os- born, editor-in-chief; Janet Potash, literary editor; Jean Langford, art editor; Danny Martin, assistant literary editor; and Doug Anderson, public relations. The adviser was Mr. David Hammarstrom. Seated: J. Walther. Standing, from left: Mrs. Jane Cross, adviser, M. LaClaire, P. Olanyk, M. Spielman, C. Vassallo, S. Peterson, R. Truesdell, W. Black, L. Paquin, Miss Elizabeth Foley, adviser, L. Carey, and V. LaClaire. FORENSIC CLUB This year the Forensic Club has been very active, participating in debates throughout New England. It is a member of three different debate leagues: the Connecticut Valley Debate League, the Stat e Speech League, and the National Forensic League. In the Connecticut Valley Debate League, the club received First Honors. Important debates of this year included those sponsored by Universities of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and St. Brendan’s, Melrose, and Shrews- bury High Schools. The Forensic Club entered district and state finals in the spring. Officers for this year were Steve Gluckstern, presi- dent; Ted Lindsey, vice-president; and Barbara Wagner, publicity manager. First row, from left: R. Brand, T. Lewis, D. Anderson, M. Strother, D. Page. Second row: T. Dunn, M. Kosarick, N. Little, R. Damon, K. Chickering. First row, from left: Mrs. Irene Matlon, coach, J. Langford, D. Metcalf, B. Wagner, S. Gluckstern, T. Lindsey, A. Marcus, R. Waldron. Second row: J. Hexter, C. Shapiro, S. Darity, D. Vlach, C. Snoeyenbos, T. Lockhart, F. Davis, M. Sullivan. AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB The Audio-Visual Club, under the direction of Mr. Bruce Older- shaw, was formed to assist faculty members in using audio-visual aids and familiarizing its members with the use and maintenance of the machines. The club took a field trip to the cablevision buildings in Pel- ham. The officers this year were Doug Anderson, president, and Toby Lewis, secretary-treasurer. Under the watchful eye of Mrs. Matlon, Steve Gluckstern prepares his notes for a debate. Club members must be familiar with various types of A-V equipment. Participation In Clubs . . . 106 r i vs Amherst adventurers prepare for the assault on Mt. Mansfield. Teaches New Skills. y pi i M Pv T Skiers relax on the way home from the slopes. SKI CLUB The highlight for 1967-68 Amherst Ski Club members was the February weekend trip to Stowe, Vt. Throughout the school year, under the direction of Mrs. Marjorie Day and Mr. David Hartwell, enthusiastic skiers earned the necessary funds for the trip. They sponsored a paper drive and two dances, as well as the popular Tuesday night ski bus to nearby Mt. Tom. Officers of this active organization were Art Cutting, president; Chris Demarest, vice-president; Sandy Shea, secre- tary; and Dale Homme, treasurer. V t Amherst skiers enjoyed night skiing at Mt. Tom. Skiers unload equipment at Stowe. 107 Amherst ' s Spirit Is Seen In CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders concentrated on getting the crowds to cheer. The varsity cheerleaders, led by Joanne Ezbickiand Diane Drew, were busy at football, soccer, and basketball games, and the junior varsity squad, led by Jennifer Greene and Ann Gibavic, ably assisted them. The biggest change was the addition of seven enthusiastic boy cheerleaders, who helped with cheers and stunts. All were under the supervision of Miss Giard. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: First row, from left: T. La- prade, M. Owen, B. Schoenberger, A. Gibavic; Second row: N. Supre- nant, J. Greene, D. Thornton. The crowds eagerly look on from the sidelines. BOY CHEERLEADERS: First row, from left: D. Ander- son, T. McCabe, W. Crossman; Second row: G. Hamilton, F. Boyden, P. Langland. The Enthusiasm Of Its Leaders. MAJORETTES The majorettes were a very active group this year. Under the leadership of Peggy Mosher, they twirled with the band at all the pep rallies, in the Booster Day Parade, and at all the football games that the pep band attended. MAJORETTES: From left: J. Kolasinski, B. Stosz, M. Mosher, D. Ely, L. Slocombe 109 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: From left: S. Smith, B. Renaud, D. Drew, J. Ezbicki, M. Mitchell, K. Foley, L Larson. Girls Enjoy Diversified Sports . . . Amherst meets the opponent. FIELD HOCKEY The girls’ field hockey team, under the coaching of Miss Ann Mathieson, finished its second year of play with a fine record. Under the leadership of co- captains Janice Stowell and Martha Woodard, the team compiled a total of three wins and four losses. Among the schools played were Northampton, Green- field, Frontier, and Mahar. The team practices on the field. First Row, from left: N. Hasbrouck, T. Byrne, J. Vaughn, M. Woodard, S. Dickinson, S. Hasbrouck, C. Baker, A. Hawley, L. Hugill, P. McLaughlin. Second Row: M. Whitney, B. Hilton, K. Morris, K. Hasbrouck, D. Kolasienski, E. Spear, K. Piccus, J. Barton, C. Wisnieski, L. Camp- bell, J. Stowell, R. Waldron, Coach Ann Mathieson. And Encounter Comradeship In Sportsmanship. VOLLEY BALL Amherst’s volleyball team was victori- ous for the third consecutive season at the annual Playday Tournament held on November 18 . The varsity team, coached by Miss Betty Lawson, took first place and the second team captured second place. During the actual season Amherst defeated Pioneer, Hopkins, and Green- field, and lost once to Greenfield. First Row, from left: S. Dickinson, D. Drew, B. Renaud, M. Mitchell, J. Godsell, M. Rice, D. Halsey. Second Row: M. Ludkte, J. Bunn, J. Howard, J. Kentfield, B. Brandfass, H. Mac- Connell, J. Skillings. Front Row, from left: P. McLaughlin, A. Eiben, J. Ezbicki, S. Oliver, A. Smith, K. Brandfass, M. Woodard, C. Wisnieski, N. Hankinson. Second Row: E. Spear, J. Stowell, L. Ludkte, S. Wilcox, J. Grady, B. Stosz, J. Knowles, J. Barton. The field hockey team in action. First row, from left: Miss Lorry Giard, coach, N. Garabrandts, K. Waldron, D. Whittemore, C. Abbott, J. Vaughan, J. Bechard, G. Higgins, B. Hilton. Second row: C. Davies, J. Kentfield, G. Stowell, B. Stosz, D. Stedman, V. Godfrey, P. Davis, manager, D. Lee, manager. Third row: S. Field, E. Spear, D. Kolasienski, J. Bunn, J. Kolasinski, M. Murphy, J. Swartz- baugh, manager. Amherst girls work well as a team. THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Turners Falls 2 31 Pioneer 13 17 Hopkins 9 22 Williamsburg 7 25 Frontier 11 16 Turners Falls 1 31 Northampton 12 21 Pioneer 12 28 Hopkins 5 26 Frontier 7 23 Northampton 12 14 Williamsburg 25 23 J. V. girls drive in for a basket. Many Students Find Enjoymen n Winter Sports. THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Turners 37 48 Pioneer 42 25 Hopkins 31 30 Williamsburg 37 38 Frontier 48 25 Turners 27 35 Northampton 19 42 Pioneer 41 19 Hopkins 5 24 Frontier 42 20 Northampton 29 39 Williamsburg 25 46 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL The girls’ varsity basketball team, coached by Miss Betty Lawson, ended its season with a 7-5 record. The team was strong defensively, but was generally weak on offense during the early part of a game. Sara Dickinson was top scorer with a total of 100 points. The varsity team played in the Girls’ Tournament at Frontier and defeated Westfield 39-37 to place in the semi-finals, in which Amherst lost to Frontier 45 - 28. The J. V. Team, coached by Miss Lorry Giard, compiled an 11-1 record, suffering its only loss to Williamsburg in double overtime. High scorer was Chris Abbott. All in all, both teams had a good season. First row, from left: N. Han- kinson, M. Woodard, J. Stowell, S. Dickinson. Second row: M. Ludtke, M. Stanne, J. Howard, L. Campbell. Third row: J. Shumway, A. Marcus, C. Wis- nieski, S. Oliver, R. Birney. Fourth row: R. Waldron, S. Bunn, J. Grady, K. Duame. Fifth row: P. McLaughlin, S. Hawthorne. Miss Lawson briefs the line-up before a game. The Football Team Reflects The linesmen prepare to grapple High spirits prevail even in bad weather. VARSITY FOOTBALL The football team witnessed a rather disappointing season with a 1-6-1 record. The Intercounty League proved to be very strong this year and provided tough competition for the inexperienced Hurricanes. The team was coached by Coach Charles Abramson, assisted by Coaches Kneeland and Hastings. Connie Nanartonis THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Frontier Forfeit-Win Mahar 28 0 Mohawk 14 0 South Hadley 28 0 Lee 40 6 Mt. Greylock 38 8 Pioneer 14 0 Ware 14 14 High Interest And Strong Determination. Coach Charles Abramson watches from the bench. Coach Abramson credited the team with well play- ed games against South Hadley, Pioneer, and Ware, and overall team spirit throughout the season. With this year’s experience and the nucleus of starters re- turning, Amherst may once again be on top in the Intercounty League next year. battles for extra yardage. As First Row, from left: Coach Charles Abramson, D. Doubleday, J. Krawczyk, B. Miller, F. Dorman, C. Gladchuck, R. Birney, P. Watson, Coach Rufus Kneeland. Second Row: A. Carpenter, J. Tyler, S. Jacque, T. Tudryn, J. Roberts, B. Reedy, V. Giard, J. LaClaire, Coach Judson Hastings. Third Row: L. Wiley, C. Siddall, D. Parkinson, M. Ziomek, L. Olanyk, T. Jacque, R. Jacque, T. O’Brian, C. Eshbach. Fourth Row: T. White, B. Sherburne, R. Tudryn, R. Jacque, J. Price, J. Ball, G. Peppard. 115 The fullback dives into the line. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The freshman football team went without a win this season, but evidenced good playing in a number of games. Throughout the season Coach O’Donnell provided the large squad with strong leadership. The team’s experience this year could provide the depth needed on next year’s varsity squad. The Co-ordinated Efforts Of Individuals . . . THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Northampton 24 8 South Hadley 12 2 Mahar 12 0 Greenfield 26 14 Mahar 24 . 0 Coach Jim O’Donnell at practice. First Row, from left: S. Mosher, R. Gabriel, R. Graham, J. Sheckels, D. Desmond. Third Row: B. Brandts, T. Richards, Jacques, T. Fisher, R. Garber, R. Piedmont. Second Row: P. D. Smith, B. Hobart, D. Hardaker, S. Budde. Fourth Row: Collins, S. Weagle, J. Stanne, Z. Selanis, P. O’Brien, B. Coach Jim O’Donnell, B. Scrocki. 116 The team dashes off to a good start. Can Be Seen On The Field And On The Track. The cross-country team again earned the league title, with an undefeated record. This was the second straight undefeated season for the fine spirited and highly motivated team. Coach Crowley again deserves congratulations for the accomplishments of his team. In the Western Mass, meet the Varsity placed third, and J. V. sixth; in the State meet the team placed eleventh in Class D. W ‘‘.it Fa Lj | ftjMliff fv lJM 1 T First Row, from left: M. Holden, E. Bleckwehl, C. Kopinto, C. Burns, B. Kieras, B. Rosen, Coach Randy Crowley. Second Row: M. Cowles, P. Zaharadnik, K. Grim, E. Brozo, S. Osborn, C. Kaynor. Third Row: A. Jaffe, R. Paulin, S. Stanne, N. Rice. Steve Osborn runs to a hard finish. THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Belchertown 16 47 Mohawk 25 30 Frontier 23 Forfeit--Win Pioneer 24 38 Greenfield 24 32 Williamsburg 23 31 Turners Falls 23 32 Holyoke 17 44 Northampton 15 48 117 Students Learn The Importance . . . First row, from left: K. Picha, J. Slocombe, W. Crossman, G. Hamilton, P. Harris, D. Gibavic, J. Connelly, F. Davis. Second row: Mr. John Adams, coach, P. Gibavic, T. Aird, A. Cutting, G. Plagen- hoef, Demarest, J. Stowell, D. Fennessey, K. Cuddeback. Third row: N. Fennessey, manager, T. Gralinski, E. Kenseth, J. Lee, T. DeMott, G. Balsley, D. Anthony, S. Kenney, D. Kuzmeski, W. Doubleday, manager. Arthur Cutting uses his head. SOCCER The soccer team ended its second year of competition in the Hampshire League with a 7-4-3 record, taking fourth place in the league. The team tied two fine games against Easthampton and proved to be strong competition for the undefeated league champion, Smith Academy. Goalie Greg Hamilton and center forward Peter Harris were co-captains and the team was coached by Mr. John Adams. Goalie Greg Hamilton boots one out. OPPONENT St. Mike’s THE RECORD 2 AMHERST 2 Easthampton 0 0 Greenfield 0 3 Hopkins 5 3 South Hadley 1 4 Smith 2 1 Holyoke 1 4 St. Mike’s 3 5 Easthampton 2 2 South Hadley 0 4 Greenfield 1 2 Hopkins 4 2 Smith 3 1 Holyoke 2 3 118 Captain Art Cutting was an outstanding member of the ski team. Of Working Together As A Team. Chris Demarest fights for the finish line. Ski team practices at Tinker Hill. SKI TEAM This year, for the first time, skiing was established as an official varsity sport at Amherst Regional. The team, coached by Herr David Hartwell, finished the season with a 3-6 record, having competed against other area schools at Mt. Tom. Members of the team were: Arthur Cutting, captain, who placed first in seven of the team’s nine meets. Evan Kenseth, Duncan Rollason, Chris Demarest, George Balsley, Ken Cuddeback, Chris Burn, and Heather MacCon- nell, manager. 119 THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST St. Mike’s 38 63 Frontier 65 53 Mahar 56 79 Smith 68 74 Mohawk 73 58 Hopkins 54 63 Turners Falls 55 54 Pioneer 64 91 South Hadley 82 58 St. Mike’s 59 67 Frontier 74 72 Mahar 46 85 Smith 63 47 Mohawk 82 50 Hopkins 57 46 Turners Falls 51 71 Pioneer 73 93 South Hadley 80 61 Fred Harris looks for an up- court receiver. 120 Interscholastic Sports . . . Kneeling, from left: P. Gibavic, C. Kopinto, F. Harris, captain, B. Taylor, J. Payton. Standing: C. Eshbach, manager, P. Britt, S. Kellogg, T. White, T. Sheckels, J. Osborne, Mr. Rufus Kneeland, coach. Steve Kellogg reaches for the ball. Promote Stamina And Physical Fitness. VARSITY BASKETBALL Under the guidance of Coach Rufus Kneeland, the varsity basketball team had a rewarding season, with a 9-9 league record. Because of their scoring ability, good £ ' ul shooting, and fine rebounding, the Hurricanes were invited to partici- pate in the Small Schools Tourney. The team lost in the tourney to Monument Mountain Regional 60-59. Amherst and Smith jump it. 121 Amherst takes a shot, with Jeff Payton ready for the rebound. k yvttE ?s he ? 5 M£RS $wz Rsr Amherst Regional Participates Actively OPPONENT THE RECORD AMHERST St. Mike’s 40 54 Frontier 34 65 Mahar 51 67 Smith 53 38 Mohawk 44 65 Hopkins 53 46 Turners Falls 55 61 Pioneer 34 71 | South Hadley 43 54 St. Mike’s 61 72 Frontier 42 38 Mahar 52 74 Smith 56 44 Mohawk 45 42 Hopkins 48 51 Turners Falls 31 53 Pioneer 34 68 South Hadley 38 47 Amherst boys try to block a basket. First row, from left: R. Hammel, B. Higgins, S. Darity, J. Stowell, J. Ball, R. Kieras. Second row: D. Parkinson, L. Kellogg, T. DeMott, J. Stanne, D. Vlach, Mr. John Heffley, coach. J.V. BASKETBALL Coached by Mr. John Heffley, the J. V. team registered a 13-7 record, the best rec- ord in recent J. V. history. The fine record was attributed to a good backcourt, strong defense, and fine rebounding. The team developed progressively throughout the sea- son. In Competitive Sports. First row, from left: A. Marcus, M. Sullivan, J. Brandts, D. Smyth, D. Quinlan, S. Budde, D. Carpenter, R. Garver, L. Smith. Second row: W. Sheckels, P. O’Brien, J. Conlon, Z. Selanis, T. Fischer, G. Young, E. Brozo, P. Hastings, Mr. Thomas Styspeck, coach. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The freshman basketball team finished with a 10-3 record this year, losing only to South Hadley and Hawley. Coached by Mr. Thomas Styspeck, the team gained experience which should help the J. V. and varsity squads next year. THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST J.F.K. 64 83 Turners Falls 11 59 J.F.K. 43 50 Hawley 32 31 Williston 29 62 Turners Falls 15 65 Hawley 53 62 Mahar 35 54 Mohawk 42 50 South Hadley 58 39 Williston 24 44 South Hadley 72 67 Mohawk 35 51 Tom DeMott jumps it up for Amherst. Facilities Outside The School . . . VARSITY SWIMMING A lack of depth in the re- lay teams resulted in a frustra- ting season for the swimming team. Four of the defeats suf- fered by the team were the dir- ect result of losing both re- lays. However, the season did not go without its bright mo- ments, the highlight being the upset win over a strong South Hadley team. Continually strong performances were turned in by co-captains Toby Lewis and Jack Tyler in the freestyle event, and by Mike O’Byrne, who finished sixth in diving in the state meet. First row, from left: D. Homme, manager, S. Greene, J. Tyler, P. Watson, Mr. James O’Donnell, coach, H. Harvey, R. Cowles, B. Dahlquist, D. Hull, manager. Second row: F. Dubravcic, D. Hardaker, K. Picha, A. Peters, J. Dempsey, R. Graham, R. Gralinski, M. Curran, R. Piedmont, M. O’Byrne, P. Langland, W. Crossman, J. Appley, J. Hexter. THE RECORD OPPONENT AMHERST Chicopee Comp. 65 30 Holyoke 67 28 Springfield Trade 15 79 Pittsfield 61 34 Chicopee 54 41 South Hadley 47 48 Cathedral 48 47 West Springfield 51 38 East Longmeadow55 40 Springfield Tech. 45 46 Minnechaug 65 30 Springfield Northampton 50 45 Classical 59 37 124 On the mark at Curry Hicks pool. Seated, from left: T. Plimpton, D. Anderson, P. Arons. Standing: Mr. Paul Judson, coach, G. Plagenhoef, captain. SQUASH Although only in its second year, the squash team, coached by Mr. Paul Judson, is already one of the top two high school squash teams in New England. Competing against more experienced prep schools and a college fresh- man team, Amherst had a better season than its 1-5 record would show. The wealth of experience gained this year and the loss of only one senior make next year’s prospects bright. Widen The Range Of The Sports Program. Captain Gary Plagenhoef on the court. 125 Thanks Go Henry Adams Company Adriance Poultry Farm A.F.S. Club CUff Allen All Star Dairy Amherst Apple Cold Storage, Inc. Amherst Cinema Amherst Cleaners Amherst Creamery Company Amherst Cycle Shop Amherst Farmers Supply, Inc. Amherst Laundromat Amherst Martinizing Amherst Motel Amherst Oil Company Amherst Publishing Corporation Amherst Secretarial Service Amherst Tower Amity Beauty Shop Anderson’s Fruit Stand Anderson’s Texaco Ann August Anonymous Art Club Mr. Richard Goodin and Miss Charlotte Halpin, advisers, review layouts with co-editors-in-chief Ginny Harper and Bill Doubleday. Goldbug business manager Jim Whitney was as- sisted by S. Cuddeback, J. Rice, M. Davis, Mr. Leslie Thomas, adviser, M. Spielman, and J. Vis- sering. Ashley’s Garage Atkins’ Fanns Augie and Sylvia Band and Orchestra Basile’s Bell’s Pizza B. J.’s Foreign Auto Service Blair, Cutting, and Smith Insurance Agency, Inc. Boiler Equipment Trust Bolles Shoe Store Boyden Perron Garage Bradlee’s Fayette Branch, M. D. Brereton Caterers, Inc. Brown’s Decorating Shop Burger Chef Drive-In Burnett and Thompson Insurance Agency Caldor of Northampton, Inc. Donald S. Call Campbell Associates Campus Twin Cinemas Carlson’s Cheerleaders Malcolm Chisholm, M. D. R. Sheldon Clapp, M. D. 126 Goldbug photography staff, from left: D. Ander- son, C. Snoeyenbos, G. Balsley, S. Osborn, and D. Fennessey, editor. To Staff And Sponsors. Among the staff members were, from left: S. Dickinson, S. Oliver, faculty co- editor, T. Lansner, K. Grady, faculty co-editor, S. Horne, D. Lee, and J. Potash. The underclass section included, from left: P. McLaughlin, L. Hugill, editor, M. Burroughs, S. Bunn, and L. Campbell. 127 Class of 1968 Class of 1969 Class of 1970 Class of 1971 Cohen Brothers College Drug Store College Shoe Repairing College Town Service Centre Colonial Ski Shop Compliments of a Friend Cosmetae Hair Stylists W. D. Cowls, Inc. D’Addario’s Daily Hampshire Gazette Daniel’s Clothing Store Doleva Poultry Farm T. L. Dorsey — Monuments Mr. Mrs. Elwyn J. Doubleday Douglass Funeral Service Elder Jones Lumber Co. The English Pub William A. Ezbicki First National Bank of Amherst Floor Trends Forensic Club Foster-Farrar Company A Friend Future Nurses Club Gas Lite I II The Gallery Giard’s Barber Shop Gibson Chevrolet Company, Inc. The Graphic Griggs Furniture Hadley Barn Gift Shop Hamilton I. Newell Printing Hampshire Business Machines Company Senior section editors, Donna Mellen and Cindy Conway, look over senior proofs. A. J. Hastings Herbert’s Dairy House of Lords House of Walsh Howard Johnson’s Motor Lodge The Hungry — U Samuel Hunter, M. D. C. E. Hynes, D. D. S. Jeffery Florists D. H. Jones Jones-Neylon Insurance Agency Kamel Hassan’s Barn Kay-Vee Realty Kellerman’s Real Estate Kentfield’s Dairy Knight’s Store Knowles Flower Shop Lakeside Fuel Corp. Landry’s Market La Tresse Hair Stylists The Leather Shed Mr. Mrs. Edgar E. Lindsey Ronald Loescher, M. D. M. B. Low, M. D. Lord Jeffery Inn Louis’ Foods, Inc. Mathews Shoe Store James H. McManus Ice Cream Melody Corner Mientka’s Radio Television, Inc Millar’s Esso Station Mille Valley Grist Mill Kenneth Monroe, M. D. Montgomery Florists Leo Moreau, M. D. The Mutual Plumbing Heating Company Typists included: S. Hawthorne, head typist, B. Puffer, and P. Newton. 128 Philip E. Shumway Richard L. Shumway Ski Club Ralph T. Staab, Inc. The Stable Richard Stevens, D.D.S. Andrew Stewart, M. D. Stop Shop Television Center Thespian Troupe 1333 Triangle Service Station Tri-S True Typewriter Shop, Inc. Watroba’s AG Station Wellworth Pharmacy Whittemore’s Store WHMP Winn Jewelers Wood Strand, Inc. Mitchell Koldy Studio Members of the activities staff were, seated: P. Newton, S. Shea, editor, L. Marx, editor. Standing: J. Godsell, P. Cook. Newman Center Food Service Northampton Co-operative Bank, Amherst Branch Nugent’s The Old Mill Gift Shop Benjamin W. Page Paul’s Shoe Service Pep Club Peter Pan Travel Agency Pioneer Valley Cablevision, Inc. Montague Post, M. D. Puffer Construction Corp. Quabbin Restaurant Randy’s Stores Rapp’s Delicatessen Regency Hair Stylists Roaring Brook Nurseries Rowe’s Garage, Inc. Russell’s Package Store Sanders Roberge Builders Doug Anderson and Jim Harrington look over photo- graphs with Janice Stowell, girls’ sports editor. Missing: J. Marden, boys’ sports editor. The layout committee included, from left: J. Vissering, G. Wil- son, T. Lansner, and D. LaMontagne. Missing: J. Harris, layout editor. Amherst Re H.S. Library. Amherst, MA mm WMm !WmfM 8 $$ Ite® i ' A ■ i K s Sw? ' ' 1 ' iwi. ' wKSC-i ' ■V«vKxex ‘MM S5 5 ”
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