English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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Zke SHglisk High School Founded 1821 “If anything will preserve tranquillity and order in a community, perpetuate the blessings of society, and free government, and promote the happiness and prosperity of a people, it must be diffusion of knowledge. These salutary effects, the committee conceives, would flow from the institution of this seminary.” Subcommittee report — School Reiwrt 1820 foreword. . We, the Class of 1961, have within the pages of this book, attempted to record the happenings of our hnal year at the English High School. Throughout our year at the English High School we have acquired the spirit of honor and responsibility which is symbolic of our school. “The aim of every English High boy is to become a man of honor and achievement, through service to mankind.” Joseph L. Malone Head Master Mead Meester ’s Message As Head Master, may I extend to the members oF the Class of 1961 my best wishes for suceessful achievement in the years that lie ahead. Your graduation this year marks the one hundred and fortieth anniversary of the founding of The English High School. Through the years, many of our graduates have given generouslv of their talent and ability to serve their city, state, or nation with honor and distinction. They have left for us a high level of achievement which should challenge your best efforts. I know that you the members of the Class of 1961 will hnd in their example, the devotion to God and country, the loyalty, and the high purpose which should characterize vour own efforts and assist you in meeting effectively your responsibilities in the future in a manner that is worthy of the fine traditions of your school. The publication of your Year Book gives me an opjwrtunity as Head Master to express our thanks for your spendid service to die school during the past few vears. Manv of vou have given generouslv of your time and effort to the school. Others have demonstrated their specialized abilities or have given excellent leadership and direction to undergraduate activities. All have worked cooperatively in curricular and extra-curricular activities. To the knowledge and skills which vou acquired here, additional knowledge and new ' abilities must be added through further schooling or educational develop- ment to the end that vou may achieve your full potential and make your maximum contribution to society. The world w ' elcomes your vouth, vour strength, your knowledge and skills, and vour eagerness to learn and to achieve. You are leaving the school at a time when the cold war of nerves among nations threatens our verv existence and the future of mankind. Never before has the ingenuity and intelligence of man been so challenged as it is todav. To meet this challenge, the world calls for a special kind of effort and sacrifice from each and everv one of us. It calls for intelligence, devotion to dutv. purposiveness, and service to mankind. Therefore, you must studv to develop vour intellect and use it to good purpose for God, countrv, and fellow man. More important still, it calls for tlie essential goodness which lies within each of us and which in the long run becomes more important to us and to mankind than the greatness we are so quiek to seek and acclaim. I urge you to make the most of vour opportunities, especially those for doing good, to the end that vou may be of service to mankind and your life mav be one of honor and achievement. May God bless your every effort. LAURENCE RUSSELL ATWOOD A. B. Harvard 1913 Appointed September, 1924 THOMAS GEORGE ECCLES A. B. 1923 Boston College Ed. M. Harvard 1934 Appointed May, 1936 JOSEPH L. KENNEY A. B. Holy Cross 1919 Ed. M. Harvard 1928 Appointed January, 19 34 EDWARD FRANCIS BELL B. S. 1922, A. M. 1925 Boston College Appointed October, 1925 CHARLES F. MURPHY A. B. 1916 Holy Cross Appointed December, 1924 Dedication JOHN EDWARD BOWLER B. B. A. 1924, M. B. A. 1926 Boston University Ed. B. 1937 Boston Teachers’ College Appointed March, 1931 ELLIOTT PEABODY FRAZIER B. S. Dartmouth 1913 Ed. M. Harvard 1925 Appointed September, 1922 EVAN EDWARD LUNDIN B. S. 1914 Harvard Ed. M. 1935 Harvard Appointed September, 1922 1 he Class of 1961 expresses Its appreciation and gratitude for the quarter of a century or more that these men have dedicated their lives in service as members of tlie facultv of English High School. FRANK A. REPETTO Ph. B. Boston College Ph. B., Ed. M., Boston College Appointed September, 1931 JOHN CLIFFORD RONAN B. B. A. 1928 Boston University Appointed September, 1923 PAUL MICHAEL SHEA A. B. 1925 Harvard A. M. 1926 Boston College Appointed September, 1931 JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEEHAN A. B. 1929, A. M. 1930 Boston College Appointed March, 1931 ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN Ed. B. 1927 Salem Teachers’ College Ld M. 1931 Boston University Appointed September, 1932 Zwenty five years ROBERT G. SIMMONS A. B. 1919, Ed. M. 1923 Boston College Appointed September, 1923 ANGELO TRANIELLO B. B. A. 1929, Ed. M. 1930, M. B. A. 1931 Boston University JOHN H. WARD A. B. 1918 Harvard A. M. 1932 Boston College yearbook Staff EDITOR IN-CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR Richard E. Newburge Mitchel D. Cohen ADVERTISING MANAGER James S. Wantman BUSINESS EDITORS Robert Beggan, Francis X. Cuddy, Richard Butler f not shown) TYPING AND ART Joseph A. Flannery, Robert Ferraro LITERARY CONTRIBUTORS First row, left to right: Steven Rubin, William Green, Walter Salvi, Michael O’Keefe. Second row, left to right: Paul Gulko, William Barnes, Edward Elurvitz. SPORTS CONTRIBUTORS First row, left to right: Michael Mendelsohn, William Dixon. Second row, left to right: Stephen Melamed, Robert Collins. PICTURES David E. Adler, Walter R. Kenny Editorial The late Calvin Coolidge once said, “No man is ever meanly born, for around his cradle lies tlie wondrous miracle of life. He may descend to the depths and live in infamy or rise to the heights, but he was born great.’’ W ' e are all afforded an equal opportunity for advancement. We have all been given a chance for an adequate education and it is hojred that we all have taken advantage of it. Every " where we look, opportunities abound. There are man avenues of endeavor to which we can adapt our particular skills. But we must never become too complaisant in our thinking, or too regi- mented to one way of life. We must become an integral part of the society in w hich we live but never lose sight of our individuality. We must stand and hght for what we believe in. Our religious and moral convictions should be foremost in our minds. Life in the next decade holds many uncertainties for most of us. VT cannot see into the future. W ' e must have the courage to face reality. Our generation must meet the challenge of life and conquer it. The future of our country and the world depends cn this, for if we who comprise the future do not meet this challenge, then who will. We, the class of 1961, stand on the threshold of a new era. We must be resolved to take part and not remain passively in the back- ground and let life pass us by. The motto of our school might ever stand us in good stead: “Be Clean, Be Courteous, Be Square.” Zhe President ’s Message For the privilege of leading you during this eventful senior year, I am grateful. Our class has the distinction of graduating in the one hundred and fortieth anniversary of our school, the oldest public high school in the nation. No other school has plavcd a more significant part in our country’s history during the past one hundred and forty years. No other school is more richly endowed with the qualities that endure throughout the ages. Throughout life we should always strive to be- come “Men of Flonor and Achievement ” as many of our fellow graduates have done in the past. W ' e have reached the first milestone in our life; we must not stop here. Rather, we must extend our knowledge, for there is so much to learn and so little time in which to learn it. You will find new challenges which will confront you in the years that lie ahead, but because of the excellent teaching and guidance we have re- ceived at English High School, we should meet these challenges and attain success. The English High School, where we have spent so many of our formative years, is owed a great debt by all of us, a debt that we shall have a difficult task repaying. Nowhere have the ideals of brotherhood been more firmly cherished and fostered than within the walls of our Alma Mater. Dailv we have walked the corridors together with no distinction as to race or creed. Everyone of us has been accepted for bis worth and dignity as an individual, not as a member of a group. Tomorrow is a new day, with new problems. Let us pray that we, the Class of Sixty-one, will face these problems with courage and faith, and thus carry on as “Men of Honor and Achievement.” As your presi- dent, I extend to you my most heartfelt wishes for the success of vour future. Erank V. Sparaco SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS First row, left to right: Vice-President, Robert L. Haddad; President, Frank V. Sparaco; Secretary-Treasurer, Philip M. Kachinsky. Second row, left to right: Exeeutive Committee, Francis X. Cuddy, Ronald Mazzarclla. Front row (1. to r.):, Andrew Gcmmcll, William Hughes, Cyril Conroy, Thomas Eccles, (Head) Robert Russell Second row (I. to r.): Robert Carroll, Ceorge Weiler, Russell Langley, Paul Heins, Jacob Aronson, Richard Willits, Robert Simmons, Herbert McCarthy, Cerald Holden HISTORY DEPARTMENT iNGLISH DEPARTMENT First row (1. to r.); Joseph Kenney, William Devore (Head), Kenneth Johnson, Michael Sallen Second row (1. to r.) ' George Weiler, Daniel Tarpey, Edwin Mosher, Richard Ryan, Gerald Holden LATIN AND GERMAN DEPARTMENT First row (L to r.): Joseph Sheehan, John Ward (Head) S ' eewn row (1. to r.): Eugene DiGirolamo, Francis ROMANCE LANGUAGE department » »» I Uli i-L . iranK nepetto, MiJton Rornst (Head), Saul Seiniger Secoud row (I tor.): Jacob Aronson, Eugene DiGi lamo, Wdham F. Walsh, Herbert McCarthy SCIENCE DEPARTMENT hirst row ( . to r.): John H. O’Neill, Arthur Gustus, Elliott P. Frazier (Head), Laurence Atwood Second row (1. to r.): James Keaney, Ralph Semonian, Eben Rosenfield, Joseph Connolly, Ralph Berkowitz MATH DEPARTMENT saSS First row (1. to r.): Philip George, Enor Lundin, John O’Brien (Head), Charles Murphy Second row (I. to r.): Frederick Gillis, Jr., Mathew Ruggiero, Ulysses Shelton, Daniel Tarpey, William Themistocles COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT first row (1. to r.): Peter J. Mullen, Angelo Tranicllo, John Bowler fllcad), Edward Bell Second row (I. to r.): George Ferrante, Thomas Boyle, Benjamin Levenson, Antonio Gizzi, Benediet Mar- garone, Charles Gustin PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND MILITARY DRILL ( . to r.): William McCluskey, Frederick Gillis, WiL liam Dully, Joseph King, Arthur Krozy, VVdlliam Stewart, Robert Fisher VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Paul M. Shea Edwin F. Butters Joseph Lapidus THE EINE ARTS Morris Greyser J. Clifford Ron an GLEE CLUB Michael Famiglietti BAND Peter C. Siragusa THE OFFICE STAFF GERTRUDE E. ERICKSON Secretarv BARBARA MARAGGIA Secretary GLORIA JOHNSON I. B. M. Operator IRENE E. KEELY Librarian NORAII E. PRESTON. R. N. Nurse Fro7it row (1. to r.): John R. Goincr, Carl L. Zidel, Mark Berger, Arthur J. Sullivan (Master-in- Charge): Herbert Kopins, Donald Carbone, John F. Wells, Kevin J. Bowers. Back row (1. to r.): John R. Craven, Michael R. Landolfi, Walter O’Brien, Paul Collins, David Lynch, Ronald Vial, Donald C. Dwyer, Paul McNamara, Leonard Bornstein RETIREMENTS ixuoiT i . i r.AZi i: “Doc, " as Mr. Erazicr is aHcctionately known, has taught at the English High School since 1922, and has been Head of the Science Department since 1948. “Doc” dedicated the past thirt -nine years of his life to English High School. He was Head of the Science Department hut he always went above and be ond the call of duty. Twenty-five years of service to the senior class has endeared him to the hearts of thousands of graduates. With the retirement of “Doc” Frazier the English High School has c.xperienced a great loss. JOHN BOWLFR Mr. John Bowler has been teaching at the English High School for the past thirt ears, and for the last four as Acting Head of the Commercial Department. After the summer, Mr. Bowler plans to retire to Hawaii for a vacation and " just take life eas .’’ His advice to the Senior Class consisted of " Set our mind on a goal and work for it.” Mr. Bowler enjovs reading and is quite active in the Knights of Columbus. This, together with traxel, should give him many pleasant ears of retirement. W ' e all wish him the best of luck for the future. JOHN CI IFIOP.D HONAN Upon Jiis retirement from Boston English, Mr. Ronan plans to reside at his Newbur port home. After traveling cross countr), he plans to settle down and pursue his interests in art, cabinet-making, and gardening. His ad ice to the Senior Class was that you should not waste your time but know what you want and work at it. While Mr. Ronan was coaching our track teams the won twenty State Championships, four New England Championships, one American Championship (2 mile relay), and twenty-seven Reggie Championships. The entire student body is deeply indebted to Mr. Ronan for his contributions to the school, both in sports and art. GEORGE HENNESSEY In June of 1960, Mr. George Hennessey retired as Head of the Modern Language Department of the English High School. During his devoted fourteen years to English High, Mr. Hennessey found friends in faculty and student body alike. He first taught at Ro, bury Memorial and in 1946 was appointed Head of the Department of Modern Lan- guages. Mr. Hennessey was in charge of summer school applications and therefore was well known to many of the students. He will always be remembered as an energetic and devoted teacher. JAMES L. HIGGINS Mr. James L. Higgins has taught in many different schools in Massa- chusetts. He graduated from Salem Teachers’ College in 1926, earning his B. S. Ed. and in 1932 his M. Ed. at Boston University. He was first appointed to the Boston School Sys- tem as a Junior Master at the High School of Commerce. In September, 1954, Mr. Higgins was appointed to English High School as a Master. He was always known to exert himself to the fullest for the sake of the student body. ITn fl cmor am CHARLES W. GLEASON It is with deep sorrow that we noted the passing of Charles W. Gleason this past summer. Mr. Gleason was a teacher respected by all his students, and his passing was a great loss to our school. In his years of teaching we all came to know him as a man among men whose sole concern was the welfare of those entrusted to him. YEA RBOOK COA I A ! ITTEE Seated, left to rii ht: Richard Heap, Chairman; Michael Mendlcsohn. Stiuidi)i left to ri;j,hi: Gerr ' Classman, Kenneth Silvera. AEL.MNI Sitting, left to right: Lawren man; Richard Webb. Stauiling, left to right: Den Rubin. ass PE.OM COMMEETEE Sittnig, left to right: Walter Salvi, Joel Kachinsky, Chairman; Michael Paris. Stiunling, left to right: Boh Beggan, ' ilnis Snikeris, Paul McCabe. liMITTEE gnian, Charles McVcy, Chair- )herty, Paul Costello, Martin mmittees SONG COM Mm EE Seated, left to right: Theodore Ufland, Chairmanj Michael DeSisto. Standing, left to right: Richard Smith, David Lyons. PICTURE COMMITTEE Seated, left to right: Tcrrold Wishnow, Michael Zibel, Chairman; Joseph R an. Standing, left to right: Gerald Harting, Theodore Bulls. ' Pi H , I BS Presenting Class of 1961 ROBERT JOHN ABRAHAM School: Abraham Lincoln Amhitiou- A Man of Posi- tion Collcfic: Northeastern Uni- versity Hohhia: Books, Cars Uo)iors: J. V ' . Baseball 4; Athletic Captain 4. ANTONE M. ALMEIDA School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Air Force College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Tropical Fish, Dancing Honors: Track, Cross Coun- try ROBERT J. ADDUCI School: O. V. Holmes Ambition: Electrical 1 ech- nician College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Hi-h’i; Musie Honors: Sergeant in Drill 3, 4. JOSEPH M. ALPERT School: Edison Junior High Ambition: Travel, through- out the U. S. College: University of Mas sachusetts Hobbies: Guns; Hunting; Coins Honors: Trick Drill Team DAVID R. AIKEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts School of Pharmacy Hobbies: Automobiles PEIER N. AMADEO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Chemical E ' ngi- neer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Cars; Sports; Chess ALFONSE J. ALFANO School: J. H. Barnes Ambition: To own a Night Club College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Dancing, Sports EUGENE P. AMICO School: J. H. Barnes Ambition: Business Admin- istration College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Cars; Chess; Sports ROBERT M. ANGLAND School: Shaw Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Sports, Cars CYRIL W. BANFIEI D : School: Boston Latin 1 Ambition: Chemist i, College: Boston L ' niversity [ Hobbies: Painting, Photography, Astronomy ' Honors: Lawrence Prize in ,j G. S. and Deportment ! CARMEN A. ARDOLINO School: Parkman Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Reading MICHAEL A. ARNOLD School: Boston Latin Ambition: Writer College: Brandeis Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Music EDWARD BARKER School: Boston Latin Ambition: Priest College: Don Bosco Hobbies: Motion Picture Taking Ho)iors: Athletic Captain 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Track Team 2. SYDNEY M. BARON School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Electronics lingi- neer College: Wentworth Hobbies: Ham Radio Honors: Variety Show. CHARLES M. BALASALLE School: Francis Parkman Ambition: A Success in the World Hobbies: Cars, Sports Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Crew 3, 4. WILFRED C. BASQUE School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Merchandising College: St. Joseph ' s Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars, Dancing, Bowling. JOHN J. BATTOS School: Boston Latin Amhition: C. B. A. Collc !,c: Boston College Hobbies: Bowling, Chess, Music Honors: Chess Club; Busi- ness Manager of E. H. S. Record; Captain Color Guard. LESTER E. BENN School: Dearborn Ambition: Physician College: Lincoln University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize Ei- delity and Deportment; Track Lctterman; Mili- tary Band Award; Eirst Lieutenant in the Band; Honor Roll 1 . JOSEPH E. BEAN School: Patrick E. Gavin Ambition: Civil Engineer C« cgc; Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize in Eidelity and Deportment; Captain of Trick Drill Team. JACK G. BENNETT School: Boston Latin Ambition: Psychologist Co Zege; University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Drums, Sports Honors: Room Councilor 4; Band 3, 4. HENRY T. BERNARD School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Contractor Hobbies: Swimming, Cards Honors: Lieutenant in Drill; Crew JAMES E. BEER Sehool: Boston I atin Ambition: To be a Success College: Northeastern Uni versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prizes — M2, HE, TP, Gl; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Societv 3, 4; E. H. S. Undergraduate Schol- arship 2; Cadet Officer 4. ROBERT M. BEGGAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Executive Collcfie: Stonehill Hobbies: Sports Honors: Athletic Captain 2; E. H. S. Chemistry So- ciety; E. H. S. Prom Committee; Varsity Bas- ketball 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Cadet Officer 4; Cor- ridor Patrol 3, 4. PETER S. BICKOEE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Social Worker College: Boston University Hobbies: Eootball, Engines Honors: Discussion Club ANTHONY BONO School: St. John’s Ambition: History Teacher College: Undecided Hobbies: Bowling, Reading LAWRENCE BORNSTEIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Biologist College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: C h e m i s t r y , Photography Honors: Chemistry Club STEPHEN L. BRACKMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Politics Honors: Glee Club, Trick Drill; Discussion Club; Cadet Ollicer; Variety Show. RICHARD P. BRENNAN School: St. Mary’s Ambition: To be President of a Bank College: St. Mary’ s Hobbies: Sports Honors: Baseball 4. STEPHEN J. BIRD School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Architecture College: University of Southern California Hobbies: Photography, Music Honors: Honor Roll 1 PAUL M. BLAKELY School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports Honors: Corridor Patrol 4. RALPH M. BOMBACI School: Boston Latin Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3. JAMES C. BONNER School: Abraham Eincol - Ambition: U. S. Navy Hobbies: Sports Honors: Eidclity and De- portment 2. PAUL F. CHAPELLE School: St. Gabriel Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Crossword Puzzles ANTHONY A. CIULLA School: Saint John Ambition: Certified Puhlic Aecountant College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honors: Lawrence Prizes — Merchandising, Eco nomic Geography. SAMUEL CHESLEH School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Explorers Honors: Cadet Officer 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club 4. JASON E. CHUDNOFSKY School: IFobert Gould Shaw Ambition: Accountant College: Universit ' of Con- necticut Hobbies: Weight Eifting Honors: Football 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2; Stu- dent C ’ouncil 3; I’atrol 2; Track 2, 3; Company Commander 4. ANTHONY J. CIARAMITARO School: Blackstone Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers Hobbies: Comedy Honors: V ' arietv Show 2, 3, 4; Hockev Manager 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Year- book 4. BURTON H. CLAYMAN School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: I4octor College: Boston University Hobbies: Radios, Coins, Stamps Honors: 1st Lieutenant, Drill Team 3, 4. MARTIN D. COHEN School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Accountant College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize — Eidelity-Deportmcnt 3. MITCHEL D. COHEN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 2; Sci- ence Club 3; Cadet Offi- cer 4; Yearbook 4; Patrol 4. WILLIAM M. COLE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Go into Business for Myself College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, Swim- ming Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Crew 2; Basketball Man- ager 3; Patrol 3, 4; Lunchroom 2, 3. JACKIE COOPER School: Timilty Ambition: To be Physical Education Teacher College: North Carolina Hobbies: Swimming, Eish- ing Honors: Captain of Track Team; Cross Country Captain; Cheerleader Squad 3, 4; Variety Show. ROBERT E. COLLINS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Weight Lifting Honors: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Baseball 2; Patrol 3, 4; Yearbook StaR 4; Song Committee 4. FRANK J. COPPOLA School: Boston Latin Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: World History 3; Honor Roll 3. JOHN J. COLUCCI, JR. School: Dearborn Ambition: White collar job College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Cards, Chess Honors: Track 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4. PAUL F. COSTELLO School: Boston Latin Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Liniversity of Con- necticut Hobbies: Pool, Bowling Honors: Lawrence Prize in Fidelity 3; Corridor Patrol 4; Alumni Com- mittee 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball (Captain) 3, 4. PAUL T. CONLON School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: To own my own business College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting Honors: Drill Team 4. GERALD S. CREIGER School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Ham Radio and Stamps Honors: Fidelity and De- portment Prize 2; Honor Roll 4. THOMAS F. CRIMMINS School: Boston Latin Amhition: Industrial Engi- neer CoUcflc: Northeastern L ' ni- versity Hobbies: Bowling, Cars JAMES CULLINANE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Police Officer Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3; Football Manager 2; Swimming Team 1, 2; FRED S. CROATTI School: Robert Gould Sbaw Ambition: Executive Pilot Co Zege.- Wiggins Plight School Hobbies: Aviation STEPHEN A. DACORTA School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Tropical Fish Honors: Baseball 2. GREGORY J. D ADDARIO School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be Successful College: Uncertain Hobbies: Water Sports GEORGE K. CROSSON Schoo l: Boston Latin Ambition: Business College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Sports Honors: Hockey 3, 4. PRANCIS X. CUDDY School: Boston Latin Amhition: Become an Exec- utive College: Mar |uette Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Senior Class Offi- cer; YearlxKtk Staff 4; Student Council 4; Ath- letic Captain 4; Chem- istry Society 4; Track Team 2; Football Man- ager 2, 4; Honor Roll 1; Corridor Patrol 3, 4. JAMES M. DALY School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Baseball, Football Honors: Baseball 2. MICHAEL J. DALEY School: W. B. Rogers Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Water Skiing, Football, Cars Honors: Trick Drill Team 3, 4. RONALD J. DeCRISTOFORO School: Boston Latin Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineering Collcfie: University of Florida Hobbies: Bowling WILLIAM A. DAVIDSON School: Mission Ambition: To be Success CoIlcfic: Undecided Hobbies: Sports JAMES T. DELIAGO School: Col limbus Ambition: Astronomer Collcf’c: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Astronomy, Skin- diving ALLEN H. DAVIS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Music, Collecting Coins Honors: Forum Club 4. LOUIS A. DELL ' ORFANO School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: To be Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars Honors: Student Counselor STANLEY J. DeCOSTA School: Francis Parkman Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Bowling JOHN A. DeMILLE School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be an Execu- tive College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Art PHILIP j. DeSantis School: Bedford, Westport, Connecticut Ambition: Lngineering CoUcuc: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3 Honors: Honor Roll JOSEPH R. DiLUIGI School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: C. P. A. College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Cars Honors: Corridor Patrol 3, 4; Cafeteria 4. MICHAEL J. DeSISTO School: Boston Latin Ambitioti: Doctor College: Clark University Hobbies: Music, Athletics Hotiors: National Honor Society 4; Honor Roll 4; Captain, Band 4; IL H. S. Variety Show 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Eorum Club 4; Song Committee 4. GERALD E. DiPRIMA School: Michelangelo Ambition: Chemist College: Undecided Hobbies: Carpentry, Chem- istry Honors: Eawrcnce Prize. ROBERT N. DEVEIN School: Holy Trinity Ambition: To be a Eederal Agent College: Boston School of Business Education Hobbies: Drum and Bugle Corps, Sports Honors: Basketball 2, 3; Trick Drill 2, 3. DESMOND A. DiSAEVO School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Study Business Administration College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars MICHAEE R. DiCORATO School: Fitton Ambition: Accountant College: SuHdlk University Hobbies: Trumpet, Sports Honors: Drill Team 4. RALPH E. DIXON School: Boston Eatin Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Student Councilor 2; Hockey Manager 2, 3, 4. DENNIS W. DOHERTY School: William E. Russell Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineer College: California Institute of Technology Hobbies: Art, Music, Parties Honors: Lawrence Prize in Art 1, 2; Chess Club 2; Art Advisor Record 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Corri- dor Patrol; Alumni Com- mittee. ROBERT P. DUMAIS School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: To be a Success College: Air Force Hobbies: Sports Honors: Office Patrol. CHARLES J. EDDY School: William B. Rodgers Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Science Club, Honor Roll 2; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. HOWARD R. DRUKER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teaching College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Harmonica Honors: Chess Club 1. DENNIS J. DUNLEA School: St. Mary’s Ambition: I. B. M. Techni- cian College: Undecided Hobbies: Drum Corps, Music Honors: Lieutenant Drill THOMAS A. DRUZDIS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Music, Sports, Cars, Reading Honors: Militarv Prize, Band 3; Corridor Patrol 4; Band 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL G. DUFFLEY School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: Office Clerk College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports WILLIAM C. DIXON School: Boston Latin Ambition: Business College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: National Honor Society 3, 4; Representa- tive to Rotary Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Hockey 4; Yearbook 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4. ' mi. PAUL L. ERLICH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Doctor College: Undecided Hobbies: Write Poetry, Col- lect Stereo and Hi-Fi Records, Stamp Collect- ing, Reading Honors: Crew Team 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Secre- tary Chemistry Society. ROBERT J. FERULLO School: St. Anthony Ambition: Business Hobbies: Reading, Sports RUSSELL B. EDNEY School: Lewis Ambition: Career in French College: Howard University MICHAEL A. FITZGERALD School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: Teacher of Social Studies College: State Teachers Col- lege at Boston Hobbies: Guns, Cars, Sports Honors: Discussion Club 2; Science Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 3; Room Councilor 3; Drill Team 3. ROBERT J. FERRARO School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition: Artist College: Rhode Island School of Design Hobbies: Drawing, Sports, Cars Honors: Student Council; Cadet Captain 4; Art Team; Yearbook Staff. ROBERT W. EUNSON School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: I. B. M. Work Hobbies: Water Skiing FRANCIS M. FAHERTY School: Prince Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Crossword Puzzles and Sports JOSEPH A. FLANNERY School: St. John’s Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers Hobbies: Sports Honors: Trick Drill; Cadet Officer; Honor Roll 1; Student Council. KEVIN D. FOLEY School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Navy Navigator College: Boston University Hobbies: Hunting WILLIAM P. FURBER School: Patrick T. Campbell Ant bit ion: Success College: Teachers College Hobbies: Sports CARL R. FOLLO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports LOUIS M. GALANTE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s Account- ing School Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: Hockey 2, 3. ALAN FREEDMAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Adelphi Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Music, Dancing RICHARD E. GAMBALE School: Michelangelo Ambition: Success in Busi- ness College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honors: Room Captain 2; Corridor Patrol 2, 3, 4. DAVID S. FREEDMAN School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Manager of in- dustrial Firm College: Babson Institute Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Honors: Lawrence Prize in Fidelity and Deportment; Health Room; Corridor Patrol 4. RUSSELL J. GAMEL School: William E. Russell Ambition: School Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize in Fidelity and Deportment; Honor Roll 1, 2. MICHAEL J. GARBER School: Boston Latin Amhition: Teacher College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hohhies: Microscopy, Eish Collecting, Sports Honors: Color Guard; Drill Team; Cadet Officer. JOHN C. GEORGE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a Success College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Eootball Team 2, 3; Track 3. JOSEPH L. GASKA School: Martin Ambition: To Succeed in Business College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports WILLIAM B. GAUGHAN School: St. Mary’s Amhition: Success College: St. Mary’s Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Eootball Team 2, 3, 4; Track Team 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM R. GILBROOK School: Kearny Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Reading, Sports Honors: Cadet Corps, Cap- tain. GERALD J. GILLIS School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Dentist College: Eranklin and Mar- shall Nuclear Physics Hobbies: Horticulture, Hyp- nosis Honors: Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria. THOMAS E. GEAGAN, JR. School: William B. Rogers Ambition: Dentistry College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Chemistry’ Club; Physics Laboratory As- sistant 4; Science Club; Track 2. LAURENCE J. GILLIS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Undecided College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: Lieutenant. RICHARD J. GIORDANO ScJiool: Boston L itin Ambition: Football Coach College: St. Mary’s Univer- sit - Hobbies: Sports Honors: Football 2, 3, 4; Creu 3, 4; 1 rack 3; Honor Roll 1 ; Lieutenant 4. MICHAEL J. CLICK School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 2; 2nd Lieutenant Drill; Science Club. SANTO J. GIORGIANNI School: Micbaelangelo Ambition: Electronics College: Northeastern L ni- versitv ' Hobbies: Sports RICHARD M. GOGGIN School: Donald McKay Ambition: Certified Pidilic Accountant CoUcfic: Bentley’s Hobbies: Sports ROBERT J. GIOUANDITTO School: Christopher Colum- bus Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Col- legc Hobbies: Sports HARVEY N. GOLDBERG School: Boston Technical Ambition: Junior High Teacher Collcf e: Bridgewater State Teachers Hobbies: Music GARY A. CLASSMAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Pharmacist Collcfic: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports Honors: National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Cailct Officer fCapt.) 2, 3, 4; Trick Drill Feam; Student Council; Honor Roll 2, 3. PETER C. GOLDEN School: Thomas A. F ' dison Ambition: Business College: Undecided Honors: Corridor Patrol 4; Office Corps 4. BKHNAHD S. GOLDMAN School: Boston Latin Amhition: French Teacher Collcfic: Northeastern Uni- versity Uohhics: Tap Dancing Honors: Drill Team 3, 4; Office Corps 3; Military Science Club 2; Corridor Patrol 2, 3, 4. PAUL R. GOLDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Amhition: Teacher Col ege; Boston LIniversity Hobbies: Stamps, Bowling Honors: Lawrence Prize in Fidelity 2, 3. HARVFY W. GOLDMAN School: Solomon i.ewenherg Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer CoIlce.c: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Corridor Patrol 4. MICHAEL MARTIN GOLDRINC School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Col- lege Hobbies: Skating, Music, Sports Honors: Patrol 2; Room Councilor 3; Cadet Offi- cer 4. MARVIN GOLDMAN School: Boston Latin Am bition: Teach College: Boston State Teachers Hobbies: Sports, Marlene Honors: Office Corps 3; Corridor Patrol 2, 3; C ' amera Club 2, 3; Physics Club 3; Chem- istry Club 4; Cadet Lieutenant 4. IRWIN S. GOLDSMITH School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Businessman College: Undecided Hobbies: Cars, Sports Honors: Drill Team 3, 4. DAVID II. GOLDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To he a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2; Trick Drill Team; Cadet Officer; Science Club; Cross Country Lctterman. PHILLIP II. GOLDMAN School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a Success College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Stamps, Cars, Guns STEPHEN H. GOLDSMITH School: Solomon Lewcnberg Ambition: Advertising Agent College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Chess Club 2. LESTER GO VERM AN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Business Admin- istration College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Records, Sports Honors: Athletic Captain 4; Drill Team 4; Patrol 2 3. ARLEN GOLDSTEIN School: Solomon Levvenberg Ambition: T.V. Engineer College: Middleboro Hobbies: Movies Honors: Patrol DAVID ALAN GRADY School: Boston Latin Ambition: High School Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Skiing, Skating Honors: Eootball 2; School Patrol 4. MICHAEL J. GORMAN School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Baseball, Track Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track. ANTHONY R. GRADZEWICZ School: William B. Rodgers Ambition: Designer College: Undecided Hobbies: Drawing, Skating HENRY E. GOUGH School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Radio - T.V. College: Cambridge School of Radio and T.V. Hobbies: Hockey, Cars Honors: Chemistry Club 4. EREDERICK W. GRAHAM School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: Coast Guard College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Swimming, Base- ball Honors: Cbess Club. I VARS GRAUDINS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer CoUcfie: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Fencing, Skiing Honors: Track Team WILLIAM A. GREEN School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Success CoUef e: Dartmouth Honors: Forum Club 2, 3, 4; Yearh(X)k StaH 4. CLEMENT GRAVEL School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Biology or Math College: State Teachers Hobbies: Basketball, Bowl- ing Honors: Band WALTER GRAYDEN School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: To be a Success Collcfte: Undecided Hobbies: Sports ROBERT E. GRENHAM School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Sports Honors: Track I, 2, 3; Ath- letic Captain 2. CHARLES J. GRICUS School: William H. Taft Ambition: Journalist College: Northeastern L ni- versity Hobbies: Fishing, Hockey Honors: Tennis Team; Fi- delity Prize 2. Jii JAMES J. GREENE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Teacher College: University of New Me.xico Hobbies: Coin Collecting PAUL T. GRIFFIN Sehool: Everett Ambition: To be a Success College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Cadet Officer THOMAS R. GRIFFITH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher Collc’oc: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Water Skiing, Boats PAUL M. GULKO School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Sailing Club, Bas- ketball Honors: Secretary, Discus- sion Club; Yearbook Staff; Captain in Drill. JOSEPH A. GROPPI School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a Success College: University of Miami Hobbies: Sports Honors: Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT G. GRUSHEY School: Patrick E. Gavin Ambition: Music College: New England Con- servatory Hobbies: Piano Music ROBERT L. HADDAD Sehool: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Eootball, Baseball Honors: Vice President Class ’61; Crew 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Room Councilor 4; Chemistry Club 4; Cadet Officer; Patrol 4. KENNETH HADGE Sehool: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Pharmacist College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Chemistry Club; Science Club; Cadet Offi- cer; Corridor Patrol. ROBERT J. GUINDON School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Play Major League Baseball College: William and Mary Hobbies: Sports, Musie Honors: Basketball 2; Track 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4; Room Captain 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Song Committee 4. RONALD K. HAGOPIAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Biologist College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Auto Mechanics, Sports, Music GERALD HARTING, JR. School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be independ- ently wealthy College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Photography, Hi- Fidelity, Sports, Cars Honors: Camera Club; Chemistry Club; Photography Editor of Record; Photographer for Yearbook; Honor Roll 3. RICHARD T. HEAP School: Roxbury Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Lawrence Prize English 1, Math 1, Biologv 2; Honor Roll 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Yearbook Staff; Year- book Committee; Ath- letic Captain 2; Science Club 2. WILLIAM HEALEY School: Gavin Ambition: I. B. M. Techni- cian College: Chamberlian Junior College Hobbies: Swimming Honors: Glee Club 2, 3. ARNOLD L. HALPER School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Architect College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Art, Stamp and Coin Collecting, Sports JAMES M. HARNEY School: Boston College High Ambition: Audio Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Hi-Fi, Guns Honors: Fidelity Prize ARTHUR L. HASKELL School: Mary E. Curley Ambition. Air Force Hobbies: Sports, Musie Honors: Track 2; Cheer- leader 4; 1st Lieutenant Drill. RONALD S. HARVEY School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Mathematician College: Brandeis Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Room Counselor 2; Track 2, 3; Baseball 2; Lawrenee Prize (HM) 3; Vice-President, Discus- sion Club; Record Staff; Varsity Club. STEPHEN M. HICKEY School: William B. Rogers Ambition: Journalism College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Photography PAUL C. HOHN School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Air Force Hobbies: Reading, Astron- omy, Horseback Riding Honors: Student Council 1 RICHARD HOOLEY School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Be a Success College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Collect Records Honors: Basketball Team. RICHARD J. HOLDEN School: William Blackstone Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Chess CHARLES J. HUBERT School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Aircraft Mainte- nance College: Air Eorce Hobbies: Football, Hockey Honors: Chemistry Society; Swimming Team; Patrol. JAMES WALTER HOLMES School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern L’ni- versity Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing Honors: Lawrence Prize; Chemistry Society; Camera Club. DONALD P. HURT School: Boston Latin Ambition: Language Inter- preter College: Tufts Hobbies: Bowling, Dancing, Basketball Honors: Corridor Patrol; Glee Club; Honor Roll 1, 2. FREDERICK C. HOMAN School: William H. Taft Ambition: Psychologist College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Reading Honors: E. H. S. Chemistry Societv. EDWARD M. HURVITZ School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Radio and T.V. Broadcasting College: Emerson College Hobbies: Collecting Records, Show Business Honors: Eorum Club 1, Vice-President; Variety Show; Yearbook Staff. CHHAI I) R. HURVVITZ Sch(X)I: Woodrow Wilson Atuhition: Rharmacv Collc ' c: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hoi)hics: Stamps, Sports, Chess, Camera, Music Hotiors: Camera Club; Ch cmistry Club. DAVID R. HYMAN School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Business Collcfic: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball Honors: Discussion Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Manager of Basketball Team 3, 4. GERALD L. JANEY School: Timilty Ambition: Pharmacist College: Howard University Hobbies: Singing Honors: Band, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Eootball 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4. PETER E. JAY Sehool: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography, Sail- ing, Music Honors: Sailing Team (Capt.) 3; Hockey Team (Capt.) 4; Record 3. STEPHEN M. JOYCE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Graduate from College College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Basketball, Arcbery THOMAS L. JOHNSON Sehool: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Success in Busi- ness College: Undeeided Hobbies: Sports Honors: Letterman in Cross Country; Track. WILLIAM E. JANSKY School: Dearborn Ambition: Surveyor College: Undecided Hobbies: Cars and Engines THOMAS J. JOYCE School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Swimmin g Honors: Eootball 2. JOEL E. KACHINSKY School: Solomon Lewcnberg Ambition: Chemical Engi- neer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize; Mechanical Drawing 2; Undergraduate Scholar- ship 2, 3; President of Student Council; Chair- man, Prom Committee; Varsity Cluh; National Honor Society; Discus- sion Cluh; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; J. V. Baskethall 2; Russian Cluh. FREDRICK R. KALLENBERG School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Air Force College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Bowling, Cars PHILIP M. KACHINSKY School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Lawyer College: Brandeis Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor So- ciety; Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class; Letter- man Cross Country 2; J. V. Basketball 2; Var- sity Basketball 3, 4; Ath- letic Captain 3, 4; Presi- dent Athletic Council 4; Varsity Club, Russian Club. JOEL S. KAPLAN School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Photography EDWARD J. KAITZ School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: To be a Success College: Lowell Tech. Hobbies: Photography, Cars Honors: Chemistry Club; Photography Club; Dis- cussion Club. MARTIN A. KAPLAN School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Astronomy, Coins MICHAEL N. KALAFATAS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Physicist College: Brandeis Univer- sity Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Music, Chess Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society; Lawrence Prize E3C; President of Discussion Club; Athletic Council 2; Prom Committee; Varsity Club; Letterman in Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1. BARRY KARAS School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To be a Teacher College: State Teachers at Boston Hobbies: Records, Stamp Collecting Honors: Cheerleader, Glee Club GERALD KEIMACH School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Salesman College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Stamps, Photography Honors: Camera Club; Chemistry Society; Swim- ming Team. RICHARD L. KATZE School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a Success College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Bowling, Records, French Honors: Photography Club. THOMAS E. KELLEY School: Martin Ambition: Officer in the Navy College: Annapolis Hobbies: Sports Honors: Capt. Football; Athletic Capt. 2; Letter in Track 1; Football 3. PAUL F. KAVANAUGH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s School of Acounting Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Bowling Honors: Lawrence Prize. ALLAN R. KATZ School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Pharmacist College: New England Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Cameras, Stamps, Jazz Honors: Camera Club; Sci- ence Club. EMMETT T. KELLY Ambition: Office Work Hobbies: Automobiles JOSEPH C. KEENAN School: William B. Rogers Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley’s School of Accounting Hobbies: Cars, Coins, Weight Lifting MICHAEL D. KELLY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Auto Mechanics Honors: Honor Roll 4. MATTHEW B KRAJEWSKI School: Boston Latin Ambition: Chemist College: Boston College Hobbies: Piano, Basketball. BRUNO KIRSCH School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Civil Engineer- ing College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Stamp Collecting and Ancient Coins KARLIS M. KIRSIS School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Football 3, 4; Track 3; Honor Roll 2. AARON A. KORNETSKY School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Registered Phar- macist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Music, Chemistry, Sports Honors: Eidelity and De- portment Award; Band; Camera Cluh. OTIS R. KELLY School: Sherwin Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Cars, Jazz, Music HOWARD R. KLINGENSTEIN School: William Blackstone Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Bridge, Chess, Sailing Honors: Honor Roll 1. WILLIAM J. KELLY School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Airline Pilot College: A Technical Flight School Hobbies: Flying Honors: Chemistry Club PETER A. KOHL School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Classical Music, Chess, Sports Honors: Honor Roll, Trick Drill Team 3, 4; Chess Team, Tennis Team. GEORGE A. KRETAS School: Donald McKay mhition: Research Chem- ist College: Northeastern Uni- versity f lobbies: Sports Honors: Chemistry Club 4. JAMES 1). LARKIN, JR. School: Boston Latin Ambition: I rij ineer College: R. P. I. Hobbies: Sports, Cards Honors: Hoekev 3, 4, Cap tain 4; Athletic Caiit. 3; Corrirlor I’atrol; Honor Roll 2. UOGINTAS VIKTORAS KUBILIUS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer Co ege; Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Music, Books, Sports, Stamp Collecting Honors: E. H. S. School Activities: Soccer Team, Chess Club, Camera Club. STEVEN M. LASOEL School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Service Hobbies: Baseball, Skating Honors: Patrol, Drill Team. EMIL J. KUDRYK School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Music, Sports Honors: Color Guard in Drill. JOSEPH E. LAWTON School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Honors: Camera Club; Track. HERBERT W. LAMB School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Service (Army) Radio Technician Hobbies: Cars ROBERT E. LEDWAK School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Honors: Camera Club; Dis- cussion Club; Eorum Club; Track; Room Coun- selor. GUY LENTINI School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Executive CoUc’ite: University of Bridgeport Hobbies: Music HARVEY G. LEWIS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Governmental Researcher Co Zege; Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Swimming, Stamps, Model Building Honors: Drill Team. JOSEPH A. LETTIERI School: Donald McKay Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Chemistry Lah., Bowling hendi;rson p. lee School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Management College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Radio and T.V. Repair, Bowling, Music — Classic DONALD S. LEWIS School: Dearborn Ambition: Electronic Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Radio, Music, Electricity RONALD P. LEWIS School: Dearborn Ambition: Further my Edu- cation College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Radio THOMAS P. LEW School: Dearborn Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Chess, Stamp and Coin Collecting Honors: Fidelity and De- portment Award; Presi- dent of Chess Club. STANLEY P. LINDA School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Music, Bowling Honors: Science Club; Chemistry Society; Chess Club. LEWIS LINKIN School: Solomon Levvcnberg Ambition: Sales Manager College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Cars DAVID ]. LYONS School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Physicist College: Boston College Hobbies: Music, Sports Honors: 1st Lieutenant Band; Song Committee; Baseball; Lawrence Prizes, Spanish 1 2. THOMAS P. LLOYD School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To become a Mechanic College: Industrial Tech. Hobbies: Tropical Fish, Cars, Sports Honors: Lawrence Prize, Fi- delity and Deportment; Letterman in Cross Country; Band. PAUL M. McCABE School: Sacred Heart Ambition: Millionaire College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Sports, Cards Honors: Co-Captain Foot- ball Team; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Gov- ernment; Corridor Patrol; Nat A. Barrows Prize from the Class of ’23; Outstanding Junior; Prom Committee; Ex- change Student. RONALD Macdonald School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Cars RICHARD J. LUNNY School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Honors: Lawrence Prize. ROBERT J. LYNCH, JR. School: Boston Latin Ambition: Newspaper Work Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: Student Councilor 2 . THOMAS J. McDonough School: Boston Latin Ambition: Be Rich College: Undecided Hobbies: Collecting T.V. parts Honors: Sergeant in Drill. MICHAEL McGrath School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To Live a Happy Life CoUcf e: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Lishing Honors: Honor Roll. JOHN D. McLennan School: Washington Irving Ambition: To become a man of honor and achievement Hobbies: Aviation, Stamps Honors: Chess Team; Two Lawrence Prizes; Editor of Record. EUGENE F. McGRORY School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Music, Sports WALTER H. McMILLAN School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be a Success College: Howard University Hobbies: Jazz Honors: Letterman in Track 2, 3, 4; Lieutenant Drum and Bugle Corps 2, 3; Band 4; Patrol 3, 4; Cheerleader Squad. JOHN McNAMARA School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: I. B. M. Operator College: I. B. M. School Hobbies: Football, Hockey ROBERT M. McKENZIE School: Patrick F. Gavin College: Undecided Hobbies: Fishing, Photog- raphy Honors: Student Council 2; Science Club 4; Chess Club 4. DONALD McLELLAN School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: To Succeed College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1. THOMAS E. McNAMARA School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Chemist College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports, Nature Study Honors: Science Club; Dis- cussion Club. PAUL E. McNEIL School: Thomas A. Edison Amhitiou: Go into Business Collcfic: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Golf, Skiing, Swimming RONALD MANIACI School: St. Lazarus Ambition: Travel Hobbies: Swimming CHARLES MeVEY School: Rice Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Con- necticut Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling Honors: Honor Roll; Room Captain; Chairman of Alumni Committee; 1st Lieutenant; All Scholastic. RICHARD N. MALOUF School: Rice Ambition: Navy Hobbies: Sports, Painting Honors: Room Councilor 3. DENNIS N. MARINO School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Teacher College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Coins Honors: Honor Roll; 1st Place Prize Drill; Discus- sion Club; Science Club; Chemistry Club. GARY E. MARCUS School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Medicine College: University of Miami Hobbies: Learning how to print JEREMIAH J. MANFRA School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Photography DAVID MAROTTA School: Holy Trinity Ambition: I. B. M. Ma- chines College: I. B. M. School Hobbies: Sports, Cars MICHAEL MARRY School: Thomas A. Edison Anihition: Electrician Hobbies: Sports RONALD A. MATHESON School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Hunting, Cars RONALD N. MARTELL School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Billiards, Sports Honors: Eidelity Prize 1. BRIAN K. MATCHETT Sebool: Boston Latin Ambition: Law College: Boston University Hobbies: Coins, Chess, Bil- liards Honors: Camera Club RONALD C. MAZZARELLA School: John Marshall Ambition: Success Hobbies: Bowling, Music Honors: Executive Commit- tee; Room Councilor; Treasurer of Student Council; Honor Roll 2; First Place Prize Drill; Discussion Club 4. THOMAS W. MASON School: Brighton Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Col- lege Hobbies: Bowling, Hockey Honors: Lawrence Prize in Bookkeeping 2; Honor Roll 2, 3. HUGH MATTISON School: Boston Latin Ambition: To see the World College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sailing, Bicycling BURTON N. MATROSS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling STEPHEN D. MALAMED School: Solomon Lcwenbcrg Ambition: Business-Manage- ment Relations College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Forum Club; Triek Drill; Corridor Patrol; Lawrence Prize - Busi- ness Law. MICHAEL A. MENDELSOHN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Medicine CoUce,e: Brandeis Univer- sity Hobbies: Tennis, Hockey, Stamps Honors: Camera Club 2; Sports Editor of Record 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Track 4; Cadet Officer. MARTIN MEYERS School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Stamps, Model Crafts Honors: Camera Club; Sci- ence Club; French Club 4. THOMAS G. MOGANERO School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Public Relations Work College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Water Ski- ing THOMAS L. MOLONEY School: Martin Ambition: To be Successful in Life College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports Honors: Baseball Team 2, 3, 4. KEVIN R. MOONEY School: St. Ann’s Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Reading, Music Honors: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Drill Team; Discussion Club; Chemistry Society. JOSEPH MILDER School: William H. Taft Ambition: College Professor College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll; Vice- President Student Coun- cil; Commissioned Officer in Drill; Patrol. RICHARD G. MORELLA School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Bowling, Guns, Skiing Honors: Discussion Club; Chemistry Club. ROBFHT E. MORIARTY School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Business College: Air Force, U. S. Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Baseball Honors: Fieutenant, Mili- tary Drill; English Fligh Bowling Feague. WAFTER M. MORSE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher Colleoe: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Reading, Bowling Honors: 1st Lieutenant JOHN VV. MOREY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Eleetrical Engi- neering College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Chess, Skiing, Sailing Honors: Chess Team 2, 4; Sailing Team 3. THOMAS S. MORONEY School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Teaching College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Bowling Honors: Basketball 3, 4. HENRY A. MOSES School: Rice Ambition: Become a Baker College: Zion Bible Insti- tute Hobbies: Checkers, Bible Study Honors: Won Three Law- rence Prizes; Drill Lieu- tenant. RONALD L. MORSE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Beautician College: Mansfield Academy of Beauty Hobbies: Guns, Fishing, Camping Honors: Captain of the Color Guard; Chemistry Society. ROBERT 1. MORRIS School: Lewis Ambition: To be a Success Honors: Cross Country Let- ter 4 . DAVID R. MUCCINl School: Boston Technical Ambition: Business College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Football, Swim- ming, Weight Lifting FRANCIS J. MURPHY School: Boston Latin Amhition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Chemistry Club 4. RICHARD L. NELSON School: Washington Irving Ambition: Naval Ofiieer College: Massaehusetts Maritime Academy Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Honors: Baseball 2. KEVIN B. MURPHY School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Georgetown Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH N. NAJJAR School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Certified Public Aeountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Car Racing Honors: Corridor Patrol; Track. ARNOLD B. MYERS School: Solomon Lewenberg Amhition: Business Man- agement College: University of Mas- saehusetts Hobbies: Cars, Cameras DAVID L. NEUDECK School: Solomon Lewenberg Amhition: Social Work College: Undecided Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing KENNETH MYERS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Enter Business College: Babson Institute Hobbies: Sports Honors: Bookkeeping 1 Lawrence Prize. GERALD R. NEUSTADT School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, Garden- ing Honors: Honor Roll 3; Chemistry Club 3; Sci- ence Club 3. BRIAN J. O’DONNELI, School: St. William’s Ambition: Telephone Com- pany Hobbies: Bowling, Cars Honors: Athletic Counselor 2; Room Counselor 3. SHELDON M. NIERMAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Medicine College: Universit. ' of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Sergeant in Drill. MICHAEL L. O’KEEFE School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Honors: Yearbook Staff. RICHARD E. NEWBURG School: Boston Latin Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts University Hobbies: Music, Sports, Skindiving, Riflcry Honors: Editor Yearbook; Track 2, 3; Drum and Bugle Corps 2, 3; First Prize Bugle 2, 3; Color Guard 4; Chemistrv So- ciety 4; Cadet Officer 4. WAYNE C. NIELSEN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Math College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Hi-Fi, Cameras Honors: Camera Club, First Sergeant; Red Cross Club. KEVIN D. O’BRIEN School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Businessman College: Undecided Hobbies: Woodworking, Sports Honors: Athletic Counselor 3. KENNETH C. NYBERG School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Physicist College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Tennis Honors: Commissioned Offi- cer; Ofhee Patrol. JOSEPH R. OSHRY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Bowling, Billiards Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 3; Patrol 3, 4. PETER OZOIS School: Boston Latin Amhitiou: Engineering Co egc; Tufts U niversity Hobbies: Music, Theatre, Chess Honors: Drum and Bugle Corps 2, 1st Lieutenant; Soecer Team 2, Co-Cap- tain; Chess Club 1; Glee Club 1. MICHAEL A. PARIS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer Co ege.- University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Music Honors: Student Council 3, 4; Russian Club 3; Key Cage 2, 3, 4. DAVID A. PAGINGTON School: William B. Rogers Ambition: Anethesist College: Queens S. of N., Hawaii Hobbies: Radio and T.V. Honors: Co-Captain Crew Team; Capt. Trick Drill Team; Room Captain; Art Team; Record Staff. CARLO PAGLIVCA School: Columbus Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Music, T.V. LEO C. PALMER School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Enter Business College: University of Mas- saenusetts Hobbies: Models, Wood- working, Stamps Honors: Lawrence Prize; First Lieutenant; Golf 1, 2 . DAVID PARSONS School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Bowling, Basket- ball HAROLD L. PARSONS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Electronics Engi- neer College: VVT ' ntworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Woodcraft JOSEPH P. PATERNA, JR. School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Mathematician College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Chess, Bowling Honors: Lawrence Prize in Physical Education. RICHARD J. PATTERSON School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Naval Career College: Stanford Univer- sity Hobbies: Aquatics, Travel- ing, Boating Honors: Lawrence Prize in Fidelity and Deportment. WILLIAM JOSEPH PIERRO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Reporter College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Room Captain, Patrol; Drill Captain. DAVID R. PESSIN School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: Boston University Hobbies: Radio, Cars, Music Honors: Science Club. MELVIN J. PIKE School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a Business man College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Bowling, Skating Honors: Lawrence Prize E 3. ARTHUR D. PETRO School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Mechnical Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Cadet Officer, Stu- dent Councilor. HOMER B. PLATT School: Boston Latin Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Chess, Records, Sports Honors: Football 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3; Chess Club 4; Band 3. PETER PETROS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Basketball, Golf Honors: Lawrence Prize in Physics JOSEPH H. POLLINGHER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Certihed Public Accountant College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Tennis; Chess. NORTON PROMAN School: Solomon Lewcnbcrg Ambition: Veterinarian College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Swimmins PETER J. RACHEOTES School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Water Sports, Horsehaek Riding Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Stu- dent Council 4. WALTER DONALD POTTS School: Lewis Ambition: Electronical En- gineer — Coach College: Michigan Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Eoothall 1, 2, 3; Captain of Track Team; Room Counselor 1, 2; Patrol 1, 2. HARVEY W. RAIN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Lawyer College: Universitv of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Chess, Coin Col- lector, Sports Honors: Track Manager 2, 3; Secretary - Treasurer Science Cluh 2, 3; Chess Cluh 1, 3; Camera Cluh 1; Drill Team 2, 3; Chemistry Cluh 3; Lieu- tenant in Drill. ANTHONY J. M. RAIS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Magician ERED M. RASKIND School: Boston Latin Ambition: Professor of Lan- guages College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Dancing, Reading, Cluhs Honors: Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize L3, G2; National Honor Society; Cheerleader. ROBERT R. RAEKE, JR. School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Cars, Skiing, Sports DENNIS G. RAWAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports CHARLES M. REID School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Dancing, Sports Honors: Room Athletic Councilor 3, 4; Treasurer Chemistry Cluh 4; Cap- tain in Military Drill 4; E. H. S. Bowling Team 3; Baseball 2, 3; Patrol 3, 4. ARTHUR M. RITTENBERG School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Biologist College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Baschall Honors: Drill Team; Cadet Officer; Chemistry So- ciety; Science Club. ROBERT ROONEY School: Martin Ambition: Automobile Dealer College: Bates Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Eootball 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Ath- letic Captain 1, 2. ROLLIN W. RICKARD School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Business College: (Service) Navy Hobbies: Skating, Bowling RUSSELL W. ROB ' BS, JR. School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: U. S. A. F. Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Officer, Military Drill. HAROLD WILLIAM RIGBY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Patrol JEREMIAH T. RIORDON School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a Real Success College: Colorado State Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Sports Horrors: Football 2, 3, 4; Patrol 4; Track; Baseball. JOSEPH ROPER School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Boating, Sports Honors: Color Guard ALAN H. ROTHMAN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Stock Broker College: Boston University Hobbies: Co in Collecting, Records, Bowling Honors: Discussion Club, E. H. S. Bowling Team 3; Patrol. PETER H. RUPP School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Baseball, Basket- ball THOMAS P. ROWLEY School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Businessman College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Golf, Baseball, Hockey MARTIN Y. RUBIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: University of Con- necticut Hobbies: Sporti, Coin Col- lecting Honors: Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Alumni Com- mittee 4; Varsity Club. HENRY A. RUSSELL School: St. Margaret’s Ambition: A career in For- estry College: University of Maine Hobbies: Weapons Collec- tion Honors: Trick Drill; Sci- ence Club; Cadet Officer; Patrol; Crew. EDWARD N. RUSSELL School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Music STEVEN RUBIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars, Sports Honors: Trick Drill; Discus- sion Club 4; Glee Club 4; Cadet Officer; Co- Manager of Track Team r JOHN RUSSO School: Boston Latin Ambition: Business Mana- ger College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Track Team 2; Head, Milk Patrol 1, 2. ANTHONY F. RUVIDO School: St. Anthony Ambition: Air Force Hobbies: Sports Honors: Cadet Oihcer IRVING A. SALKUVITZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Veterinarian College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Tropical Fish, Horseback Riding Honors: Track Team 3; Trick Drill 2. GEORGE E. RYAN School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a Success College: I. B. M. School Hobbies: Sports Honors: Honor Roll 2; Record Staff 3. WALTER E. SALVE JR. School: Boston Latin Ambition: Journalism College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, Swim- ming, Horseback Riding Honors: Honor Roll 2; Camera Club 2; Drill Team 4; Forum Club 3, 4; Editor, Record 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officer 4; Room Councilor 4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 4. JOSEPH H. RYAN School: St. Margaret’s Ambition: Teacher College: Bates Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Eootball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- Captain of Baseball; Ath- letic Captain 4; Room Counselor 3; Picture Committee. PAUL SAMPSON School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Navy College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Reading, Eootball, Painting Honors: Letter in Track. JOSEPH M. SAIA School: Patrick E. Gavin Ambition: Carpenter Hobbies: Sports EDWARD SANDERSON School: William H. Taft Ambition: Music Educator College: Syracuse Univer- sity Hobbies: Music Honors: First Lieutenant; E. H. S. Band. CHARLES SCHNEIDER School: Boston Latin AmhitUm: Public Relations College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps, Music Honors: Cadet Ofliccr: Stu- dent Council 2. BRETT R. SENZER School: Boston Technical Ambition: Medicine College: Rutgers University Hobbies: Cars, Baseball, Music RICHARD L. SEALE School: William B. Rogers Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Water Skiing, Stamps Honors: Captain in Drill; Chemistry Club 4; Sci- ence Club 4. MARTIN B. SEDAR School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports, Stamps Honors: Color Guard. KARL E. SEIBEL School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Chef Hobbies: Sports RICHARD A. SHAGOURY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Chemical Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Music, Golf Honors: Honor Roll 3. CHARLES B. SHERER School: Solomon Levvenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Correspondence Honors: Corridor Patrol; Officer; Debating Society 2; Cadet Officer; Eorum Club 1. EDWARD SHAW School: Boston Latin Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Building Models Honors: National Honor Society; Undergraduate Scholarship; Harvard Prize. MARSHALL SILVERBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Eishing, Billiards WILLIAM S. SHERIDAN School: English Ambition: Eire Dept. Hobbies: Eire Dept. Honors: Record Typist. STEVEN M. SHOR School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports MORTON S. SHLESINGER School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Business College: Burdett Hobbies: Boating, Swim- ming Honors: Band. CHARLES M. SILVERMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Economist College: Boston Univers ' t Hobbies: Sports Honors: Eidelity Prize; Na- tional Honor Society. KENNETH F. SILVERA School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: Electrical Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Stamp Collector, Sports Honors: J. V. Football 2; Chess Team 4; Lawrence Prize S 1. EDWARD F. SlEMINSKl School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Coast Guard Hobbies: Cars, Sports Honors: Cadet Officer 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4. CHARLES T. SILVERMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports STEPHEN G. SIMO School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Teacher Colic ftc: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Band; Erench Club. RICHARD L. SMITH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Stamps, Coins Honors: Drill Team 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3; Office Patrol 2, 3, 4. JOHN SLOAN School: Patrick M. Gavin Ambition: Pharmacist College: New England Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Pishing Honots: Crew GERALD S. SMALL School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Sports RAYMOND SMITH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Physical Educa- tion Instructor College: Delaware Univer- sity Hobbies: Sports, Pilms Honors: Cheerleader; Chemistry Society. : VILNIS SNIKPRIS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher (His- tory ) College: State College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Science Club 3; Chemistry Club 4; Room Councilor; Prom Com- mittee. JOEL L. SNYDER School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Electronic Tech- nician College: Air Porcc Hobbies: Electronics Honors: Science Club; Drill Team; Chess Club. GERALD A. SONIS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Psychologist College: Boston Universitv Hobbies: Reading, Jazz, Sports Honors: Chemistry Club; Discussion Club; 1st Lieutenant in Drill. MARTIN H. SOOPER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teaching College: Boston University Hobbies: Amateur Radio, Tropical Fish Honors: Chemistry Club; Camera Club 2. HERBERT L. SPELLMAN School: St. Thomas Aquinas Ambition: Management College: Goddard Hobbies: Horses Honors: Hockey 1, 2; Li- brary 2. FRANK VINCENT SPARACO Ambition: Teacher College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honors: Lawrence Prize in Fidelity and Deportment; Athletic Captain 2, 3, 4; President of Glee Club; Captain in Drill; Presi- dent of Senior Class; Corridor Patrol. CHARLES A. SPAULDING School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be an honor to my family College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Sports RICHARD J. SPLAINE School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a Success College: Bentley School of Accounting Honors: Library Corps; Patrol 2, 3, 4. ULDIS P. STARKIS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Physicist College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Model Building BERNARD T. SPELLMAN School: St. Thomas Aquinas Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Honors: Choral Practice 1. PAUL STARR School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Window Dresser, Piano Player College: Undecided Hobbies: Science Fiction; Band; Tropical Fish; Bowling; Piano. SANDY J. STILLWELL, JR. School: Patrick Campb ' . ' ll Ambition: Play Baseball in tbe Majors College: Howard University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Varsity Club; Base- ball. PAUL B. SULLIVAN School: St. Franci s de Sales Ambition: Draftsman College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Debating Club; Chess Club; Patrol. JAMES M. STOFFEL School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Model Building VICTOR TAMMI School: Boston Latin Ambition: Very Suecessful College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Science Honors: Cross Country; Chemistry Club. I GEORGE S. STRUDAS School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Industrial Elec- trician College: Franklin Technical Hobbies: Music, Sports Honors: Student Council 2; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officer; Trick Drill. GEORGE J. TAYLOR School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: University of Con- ncctieut Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Honors: Football, Swim- ming Team. EDWARD C. SULLIVAN School: Washington Irving Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk Law Hobbies: Sports Honors: Golf 3, 4. PHILLIP A. TAYLOR School: James Timilty Ambition: To be an Ac- countant College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Sports Honors: Track 3, 4. GEORGE TENNEY School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Retailing College: Boston University Hobbies: Music GREGORY P. THOMPSON School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Executive in Business College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Electronics, Coins VICTOR J. TERRIO School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Draftsman College: Industrial Tech. Hobbies: Bowling, Sports Honors: Eootball Manager 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Law- rence Prize 2, 3; Fidelity and Deportment. ALONZO A. THOMPSON, JR. School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Piano Honors: Officer in Band; Glee Club. EDWARD IT. THOMPSON School: Sherwin Ambition: Chemical Engi- neering College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Modern Jazz, Fish- ing, Basketball Honors: Honor Roll 1 ; Science Club; Militarv Chemistry Club; Military Commission (Captain); Glee Club; Patrol Duty. ROBERT THOMPSON School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineer College: Central State Hobbies: Track WILLIAM P. TIMILTY, JR. School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Key Cage 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3, 4. ROY C. TOSCANO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Engineer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Bowling, Football Honors: Student Council 1. PAUL H. TOSI School: Solomon Lewcnbcrg Ambition: Physical Ed. Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Athletics Honors: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. THEODORE UPLAND School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Social Worker College: Syracuse Hobbies: Coins, Music, Sports Honors: Chemistry Club 4; Captain of Band 4; Song Committee (Chairman). HENRY R. TRESVANT School: St. Joseph Ambition: T.V. and Elec- tronics Technician College: Central State, Ohio Hobbies: Building Radios Honors: Track Team DAVID L. VAIL School: Boston Latin Ambition: Civil Engineer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Bowling, Stamps Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Chemistry Society; Na- tional Honor Society 3. DONALD J. TUTTLE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Film Editor College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Photog- raphy Honors: Football Manager 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Patrol 1, 4; J. V. Basketball 2, 3; Student Councilor 3. RICHARD DAVID VASIL School: Boston Latin Ambition: Business Execu- tive College: University of Mas- sachu setts Hobbies: Sports Honors: Key Cage; Chem- istry Society. ALBERT H. UCKERMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: History Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Guitar Honors: Forum Club. MARCIS VOLDINS School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer (Chemical) College: University of Con- necticut Hobbies: Skiing, Swimming, Stamps SETTIMIO VOLPE School: English Ambition: Pharmacist CoUeg,e: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Stamp Collector THOMAS GERARD WALSH School: Boston Latin Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Drum Corps, Model Railroads Honors: Swimming Team 1, 2; Cross Country 1; Track 1. JOHN M. WAGNER School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: To be a Success Colleie: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Guns, Hunting Honors: Honor Roll 1 ; Prize Drill, Eirst Place 3. JAMES S. WANTMAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Doctor of Medi- cine College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Advertising Mana- ger Yearbook 4; Chess Club 4; Patrol 2, 3; Ath- letic Captain 2; Commis- sioned Offieer 4; Chem- istry Society 4. CHARLES WAKENTEN School: Martin Ambition: To be a Success Hobbies: Hunting, Car Me- chanics, Swimming Honors: Cadet Offieer; Cor- ridor Patrol; Lunch- room Patrol; Office Patrol; Lunchroom Worker; Glee Club; Key Cage Worker. STEPHEN R. WASSERSUG School: Boston Latin Ambition: Medical Doctor College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports, Coins Honors: Camera Club 2; Science Club 2, 4; Cross Country Track 3; Out- door Track 3; Trick Drill Team 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4; Cadet Officer 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. JAMES E. WALSH School: Cheverus Ambition: Man of Achieve- ment College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Bowling Honors: Corrid or Patrol 3, 4; Scienee Club; Base- ball Team. RICHARD E. WEBB School: Washington Irving Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lieutenant in Drill; Room Councilor 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4. ROY L. WEBSTER School: Rice Ambition: To be a Success College: Gordon Hobbies: Collecting Old Books Honors: Lawrence Prize CURTIS D. WELLS School: Lew ' is Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Glee Club, Sports Honors: Honor Roll 1. LAWRENCE J. WEGMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Biologist College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports, Anatomy Honors: Athletic Captain 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Track Letter 3, 4; Cadet Officer 4; Alumni Com- mittee 4; Baseball 1; Corridor Patrol 4. ROBERT E. WHITE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Chemical Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Collecting Coins JAY M. WEINER School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Mechanical Engi- neer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Sports Honors: Chemistry Society; Science Club. MARC WIDERSHIEN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To be a Success College: Eastman School of Music Hobbies: Art, Music, Base- ball Honors: Honor Roll; B. P. S. Symphony Orchestra. MICHAEL J. WEINER School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: A Psychologist College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp and Coin Collecting, Bowding Honors: Sergeant Drill; Forum Club; Discussion Club; Chemistry Society. CHARLES J. WILLWERTH School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Accountant College: Boston School of Business Education Hobbies: Sports Honors: Officer in Drill. JEFFREY WINEAPPEE School: Sol omon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: Tufts University Hobbies: Dancing, Swim- ming, Golf Honors: Discussion Club; Patrol; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. AFBERT WINGET School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Base- ball BARRY S. WOLPERT School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Dentist College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honors: Discussion Club; Chemistry Society. JERROLD D. WISHNOW School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher, Busi- ness College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Photography, Writing Honors: Record Staff 3, 4; Track Manager 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4; Sci- ence Club 4; Camera Club 4; Forum 3, 4; Class Photographer; Commissioned Officer. MARK R. WIZANSKY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Sports, Radio Honors: Chemistry Society MICHAEL YARMALOFF School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Sports Honors: Captain in Drill; Drill Team 2; Corridor Patrol; Track Team; Cafeteria; Discussion Club. LESTER C. WOLF School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Success in Busi- ness College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Hi-Fi, Sports, Chemistry Honors: Chemistry Society. EUGENE WOOD School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition: Businessman College: Undecided Hobbies: Reading, Photog- raphy PAUL KENNETH ZAEVAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Dentist College: Colby Hobbies: Sports Honors: Chemistry Society; Honor Roll; Discussion Club 3, 4. MICHAEL D. ZIBEL School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Photography Honors: Honor Roll; 2nd Lieutenant Drill. CARL W. ZWICKER School: Prince Ambiticm: To be a good Family Man College: Boston University Hobbies: Record Collecting, Sports Honors: Lieutenant in Drill. JOHN L. GISO School: Boston Latin Ambition: School Teacher College: U. S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Sports RALPH E. PACE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Armed Forces College: Undecided Hobbies: Drum and Bugle ALAN SPELLMAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Stamp Col- lecting JACK L. COHEN School: Solomon Lewenherg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Honors: Captain in Drill 4. PATRICK E. THOMAS School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Interpreter College: Howard University Hobbies: Bowling, Swim- ming, Stamps Honors: French Club Also. . . PAUL AGNETTA School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: Success College: Stonehill Hobbies: Bowling, Music STUART H. CHARTER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Automotive En- gineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars, Records Honors: Lawrence Prizes in L2, F2, M3; National Honor Society; Honor Roll 2, 3; Cadet Officer 3, 4. DAVID A. CUTLER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Tropical Fish Honors: National Honor So- ciety; Lawrence Prize; Room Councilor. PAUL J. FEENEY School: Boston Technical Ambition: Air Force EDMUND HAGERTY School: Columbus Ambition: Junior Executive College: Boston School of Business Education Hobbies: Cars, Model Build- ing FREDERICK C. JOHNSON School: William Blackstone Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Reading, Sports ROBERT J. AHERN School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Radio Honors: Corridor Patrol. ROBERT J. COLVARIO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Sports Honors: Lunchroom 3, 4. HARRY B. DISHAROON School: William E. Russell Ambition: Navy EDWARD F. FULLER School: Washington Irving Ambition: Successful Busi- nessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Stamps, Coins Honors: Six Letters in Track. MARK HORBLIT School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Free Hand Draw- ing Honors: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT W. JON S School: St. Matthew’s Ambition: Priesthood College: St. John’s Semin- ary ' Hobbies: Stamp and Coin Collecting WILLIAM L. BARNES School: Patrick T. Campb .ll Ambition: Technician College: East Coast Aero Tech. Hobbies: Airplanes JAMES CONSTANTINE School: I ' lary E. Curley Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars, Football Honors: Football Manager 2. JAMES V. DUNNE School: Boston Latin Awh ;on; . History Teacher College: Undecided MICHAEL F. GRALLO School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley School of Accounting Hobbies: Swimming, Foot- ball DAVID L. HORN School: Wellesley High Ambition: Teaching English College: Blackburn Hobbies: Ham Radio Honors: Honor Roll 4. WILLIAM F. KEEFE School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Air Force Officer College: Air Force Hobbies: Flying Honors: Corridor Patrol; Cadet Officer. JAMES E. CAMPANARO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Writing Honors: Student Council 1; Patrol 1 . DONALD L. COTTER School: Boston College High College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Music Honors: Baseball 2, 3; Bas- ketball Captain 2, 3; Football 2, 3. JEROME M. EISENBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pharmacy College: Massachusetts Col- lege of Pharmacy Hobbies: Reading Honors: Student Council 2: Library Corps 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Forum Club 2. JOHN GRYGORCEWI CZ School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Air Force Hobbies: Sports PIETRO J. INDRISANO School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition: Teacher College: U. C. L. A. ELIOT KLINE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Military Techni- cian Hobbies: Stamps, Sports, Music EDWARD A. McCarthy School: Donald McKay Amhitiou: State Police Hohhies: Sports ANTHONY G. MAFFEO School: Boston Latin Amhitiou: Salesman College: Undecided Hobbies: Dancing, Sports Honors: Trick Drill; First Place in Prize Drill 3. ALFRED R. PORECKI Sehool: Cathedral Ambition: Electrician College: Franklin Technical Hobbi es: Hunting Honors: Drill Team; Man- ual of Arms; Patrol. JOSEPH V. RIDGE School: William E. Russell Ambition: Foreign Service College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Bowling Honors: Lawrence Prize for Fidelity; Patrol. JAMES F. SCIMONE School: St. Rita Ambition: C. P. A. College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honors: Record Typist FRANCIS TOMASELLO School: Boston Latin Ambition: Architect College: Lowell Institute Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Hot Rods Honors: Student Council; Fidelity Prize. GEORGE MacGregor School: Dcarl)orn Ambition: Businessman College: Boston State Hobbies: Football, Bowling Honors: Student Council 1. JEAN CLAWDE MARSAN School: College Ulrick Duvivier Ambition: To be a Success College: M. I. T. JOHN M. RAHWAN School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Aeronautical En- gineering College: Wentworth Insti- tute Hobbies: Skin Diving, Sports WILLIAM RIDGE School: Revere Ambition: Engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming, Stamp Collecting Honors: Math Club; Sci- ence Club; Cadet Officer. DAVID STEARNS School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Reading RICHARD A. TRABISH Sehool: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Cars WILLIAM E. MacLEAN School: Memorial Ambition: Fireman College: Holy Cfoss Hobbies: Sports Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Hockey Manager 4; Patrol 4. JAMES P. MORRIS School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Civil Engineer or Sociologist College: Virginia State Col- lege Hobbies: Photography, Bowling Honors: Drill Team; Track 1 . ROBERT REILLY School: St. Mary’s Ambition: I. B. M. Com- pany College: I. B. M. School Hobbies: Hockey Honors: Room Councilor 2, 3. RONALD ROSEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Song Writer Hobbies: Music, Sports Honors: Bowling Team ROBERT SULLIVAN School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Civil Service College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Sports PAUL T. WINER School: William E. Russell Ambition: Continue School College: Mass. Radio Hobbies: Sports Honors: Manager STUART MALCOLM ZOLE School: Boston Latin Ambition: Physiologist College: University of Mas- sachusetts Hobbies: Ham Radio, Ten- nis, Microscopy, Coin Collecting JOHN M. MeSWEENEY School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To Succeed College: Undecided JAMES P. PIZZIFERRI School: Columbus Ambition: Business Dealer College: Wentworth Tech. Hobbies: Cars, C. Y. O., Sports, Dancing ROBERT REYNOLDS School: St. Rita Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Model Crafts ARTHUR L. SCHULTZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Nortbeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Cars, Basketball, Fishing Honors: Cadet Officer RICHARD SWETZOFF School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Uni- versity Hobbies: Photography, As- tronomy JOSEPH D. YOUNG School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: Naval Career College: Boston University Hobbies: Short Wave Sets Honors: Honor Roll 2; Law- rence Prize Latin 1. ' M. I HI I Wl V S IH)OLH(J|!SK I )rriH Mild ' rniipll ' Si I ' .m-ti ' d IS17 (!• I nlll -Kill Ilf ' l V I I ■! MliT |HI| iIn) ihi, In 1821, Boston, a town ol ' some 50,000 inhabitants, lelt the need to supplement its school program, which consisted ol the Latin School and several Lnglish grammar schools. Plans were laid lor the lounding ol the English High School. A subcommittee consisting ol merchants, the clergv, jurists, and journalists, was appointed b the school committee to consider the subject ol providing advanced schooling lor the vouth ol the town. This committee presented a report which recommended the establishment ol a school, to be called the English Classical School, with admittance obtainable through suitable ex- amination. rhe lurther st ated that the course should be spread over a period ol three ears. with subjects including English, Math, and Natural Philosopln. Each subject was to be taught b a teacher who had graduated Irom a L’niversitv. The school was opened in a lour-storied building on Derne Street with George Barret Emerson as heatimaster. This location sutfered Irom the joint occupation ol Hero Engine i o. 6, the town watch in the basement, and the lack ol an adequate heating s stem. Solomon P. Miles took over the duties ol headmaster in 1823. Shortly alter, in November ol 1824, the school moved to Pickney Street, where it re- mained lor twentv ears. Upon the retirement ol Mr. Miles in 1837, Thomas Sherwin became headmaster, holding this position lor lort -one years until his death in julv, 1869. Under Mr. Sherwin, The English High School became w ideh known lor its preparator courses in math, physics, and chemistrv. Perhaps his greatest con- tribution was his emphasis towards “The making ol men.” Eew men have so dearh lelt their imprint upon a school as did Mr. Sherwin. In 1844, the school was moved to occup (with the Latin School) a new building on Bedlord Street. In these thirt -one wars the enrollment tripled. It is interesting to note that when the school moved into its new building on Bedlord Street, the Public Garden was a barren waste. The tide flowed over the Back Bax and the site ol the school later on Montgomerx Street ami W arren Avenue was an unreclaimed marsh. Heritage Mr. Charles M. Ciimstaii, in whose name an iindergraciiiatc seholarslnp is named, siie- eeeded Mr. Sherwin as Master-in-eharge in September of 1869 and remaiTied until 1874, at whieh time he retired. Following Mr. Cumstan, Mr. Fxlwin P. Seavers, an assistant professor of mathematies at Harvard, was appointed headmaster. In 1880, Francis A. Waterhouse was ap- pointed to the headmastership and it was during his term that English moved to its fourth build- ing, located on Montgomery Street in Boston. This new building was called the “most modern and elaborate building in the whole public school system.” Enrollment doubled. Upon the death of Mr. Waterhouse, Mr. Babson, a Harvard graduate, was installed as headmaster. It was during his administration that the system of heads of departments was introduced. Mr. Babson, because of ill health, resigned in 1908, to be succeeded by Mr. John F. Casey, who remained headmaster until 1915, when he w ' as succeeded by Mr. Snow, a Boston Universitx graduate. Before the eenten:ir was o er, Mr. Snow was eleeted to Assistant Superintendent of schools, thus w ithdrawing in favor of Mr. W alter F. Downe , who remained headmaster until 1953. In the summer of 1953, the Boston School Committee appointed Mr. M. Henrv Mclnerex as headmaster of the English High School. The old building on Montgomer Street w ' as aban- doned in favor of the old High School of Commerce building on Avenue Louis Pasteur, directly across the street from our traditional rival Boston Latin. In 19 56, Mr. Joseph L. Malone heeame headmaster. Since his appoint- ment, many honors have been brought to the school. The Boston English High School has had a long and glorious history. Members of the fac- ulty have given of themselves to the school as well as the entire school system. Its graduates, having travelled far and in sundry directions, have brought distinction to the Alma Mater. Class History FRESHMAN YEAR The English High School v;is the starting place oF oiir eventual climb to “success.” We Found we had to share the buihling with the Roston Clerical School, but our boys didn’t seem to mind this ver much. We had a perpetually Full house at the nurse’s office that year, which, oddlv enough, was in the Clerical part oF the building. (These E. H. S. Freshmen think big.) Our “men” over in the main building were victorious over the “bovs” at Latin, 26 to 20, in the Thanksgiving Dav Classic. They turned in a six and one record For the season to capture the championship. Our track team won the Reggies again, having captured the title 39 times out of 50 meets. The basketball and hockey squads were fighting all the way down, but the baseball team got off to a good start with three wins. Once in the Annex we began to develop a cold shudder every time the name “Latin School” was mentioned. Already this traditional rival had become a part of our lives. We soon discovered that these high school teachers meant business, but once the initial shock was over, the age old battle of pupil versus teacher began. We managed to get through the first vear without too many scars, and plotted to be readv for them next vear. And so ended our introductory year at Eng- lish High. On to the main building, the long awaited drill shirts, and some leal problems — SOPHOMORE VI:AR The new year brought many changes. W e finally had left the annex to come to the main building. Our first set-back came in earlv November — report cards. Flashes from the world of sports . . . After capturing the city Basketball Championship, the E) H.S. quintet dribbled its way into the Tech Tourney held at Boston Garden. Unfortunately, they lost to Everett High. Our hockey team was similarlv beaten at the State Tourney by Malden High . . . Thanksgiving Day — no one can say we didn’t go. This vear we had our first contact with drill. W ' ho are those bovs with the buttons on their shoulders? This was the first vear we “enjoved” the walk through the Fens — someone called it a practice parade. WT had our first opportunitv to look at the famed E. H. S. Varietv Show — clever situation comedy skits, interestingly written and superbly executed were intenvoven with music and dance numbers to provide a well rounded program. To i complete our military training for the year we were “invited” to attend the annual Turkish Bath — the Schoolboy Parade. Having completed two years of our high school career at E. H. S., we looked forward to two more. During this year we had the opportunity to meet for the first time some of the teachers who were going to make our stay “enjoyable. ’ There were: 3 D’s in Personalitv — Mr. Gillis; Mr. Quiet and Mr. Johnson; “Will you boys keep awa from the oasis” — Mr. Murphy; “I have three thoughts for the day” — Mr. O’Brien; “All those who want to join up in my defense class, see me” — Mr. Duffy; “W hat was that again?” — Mr. Kenney. JUNIOR YEAR Our junior vear began with the inevitable installation of that mechanical monster, the IBM machine. W ' e were given an 8 bv 11 inch card and told to take it home to Dad without folding it? ? ? ? Then all the now useless red ink was sent up to the Physics Lab for those long glass tubes. Next we had a svstem imposed on us which bears a strong similarit to that of Bridgewater Reformatory. Everyone w ' as given a number and assigned to a certain table. These were rules that no one dared break — or else! Once again they revised the old custom of locker raids. These raids usually served to elimi- nate several of our better known boys from these hallowed halls. Once during this memorable year we remember being forced to empty our pockets on the table. Another E. H. S. first! ! ! The year 1960 also brought us a new nurse. Miss Preston, who took over the old yearbook room. It was thus we acquired the closet in the back of Mr. Simmons’ room. Then inflation hit English High, and our delicately balanced budgets popped. Milk soared to the price of four cents and to top it off milk eheeks were issued. WTat will happen next? Our junior year also brought a few minor exams. They didn’t have any names (at least none that anyone knew of) just letters. There were the P. S. A. T.’s, the N. M. S. Q. T.’s and finally the S. A. T.’s. All these made us revise our fonner choice of college. Of course tliere was the English-Latin game. Oh well, we can ahvavs look forward to a turkey dinner. Mr. Falvev spent his last vear here in “60.” We’ll always remember you “Little Caesar.” The Junior Class also regretted the loss of Frankie Cumerford, who died early during the Junior year. On to the SENIOR CLASS — and glorv! SENIOR YEAR At last our senior year. Now as we approach the palatial estate at Avenue Louis Pasteur with graying hair and faltering steps, we thank our l ucky stars that our homerooms arc on the first floor. The elevator might not work this year. Our first step of action in our fourth and final (?) year was the electing of our class officers. After many threats, bribes, and other modes of persuasion, we arrived at the following sagacious selections. President Frank V. Sparaco Viee President Robert F. Haddad SecTe ;ry-l re rsorer .. Philip M. Kachinsky Exeentire C ' oinmittee . . .Francis X. Cuddy Ronald C. Maz .arella W ' e were rapidly introduced to the idea of paying a few small fees for the various privileges which we e.xpected to receive: Class dues, Activ- ity Fund, Prom tickets. Alumni Fund dues. Yearbook pictures, and last but not least the “Yearbook.” Much to our surprise we also found that an ad in the Thanksgiving Day Program was a diploma requirement. Added together all these served to deflate our w allets and send our budgets crashing. Our hrst report cards ruined Mr. Malone’s hopes of having an intellectual class, but “Doc” Fraiser told us we were good “kids” in spite of everything. Our athletic teams did well this year. The football squad had a fruitful season, but they still don’t talk about the last game. The track team again won the Reggies, proving themselves once more to be real champs. Our baseball team w ' as one of the strongest in years and also enjoyed a successful season. After the Christmas vacation most of the boys burietl themselves in their books to study for tbe coming College Hoard I’n trance Fxam illa- tions. The year was almost over, but in March tbe school adopted a system used by the F. B. 1. — boys could not go through the corridors without a pass. The custom of renting office ties was once again revived, and proved one of the main sources of revenue for the school. Along with the more frequent raids on Sparr’s (many of us found out there were no back doors), this has become one of the traditions of Fnglish High. Record-American Photo The presentation of the E. H. S. Variety Show again proved to be a great success, netting more money than ever before. This year we participated in our last high school drill classes, and toward the end it was certainly an inspiring sight at our Prom to see certain fellow students wearing clean shirts, pressed pants and ties not rented from the office. Our careers at English ended on June 8 at Northeastern University, when we finally re- ceived our diplomas. Paul M. Gulko William W. Barnes III Blue J otes Much to our surprise a bowl of guppies was discovered in the Physics Lab. Now what would a guppy be doing in a Physics Lab? ? ? Out of the torrid, desolate classrooms, the camels advance toward the oasis; but suddenly, out of room 103, the command “Post” brings a fear racked halt to the stampede. It is said that a certain star gazer is volunteer- ing for Moon Shot 7, but insists upon wearing a sport shirt under his spacesuit. Beware all Presidents of the United States! The shallow numbers of the hrst floor of E. H. S. are out to get you. W ' e hear that some juniors are taking short- hand courses this summer in preparation for a certain U. S. History course. “Did I hear a Bell?” The Lab discovered many new talents this year. As a matter of fact the potassium nitrate was removed from the shelf. We don’t know why except that it is an ingredient of gunpowder. The Goon Squad seems to have disbanded since a whistle blower took over the lunchroom. (To each his own.) Mr. Clean took over the Gym this year and decided to keep the floor spotless with student’s gym suits. Would you believe it? E. H. S. had a Rodeo this year! ! ! A report from a reliable source savs that during one day in January there was an empty seat in the lunchroom. Think of that. A certain Chem. teacher to Salvi: “What’s the name of H SOj? Salvi: “That’s my license number sir! ! ! ” The purpose of English High School drill has often been in dispute. This year we dis- covered its purpose. Cuba has been invaded. Colonels Karlis Kirsis and John McLellan have planned the campaign well. However, due to dummy M-1 rifles the campaign did not quite succeed. It has been unanimously voted by E. H. S. seniors to send into orbit “Gabbernich 12, a new sound truck type satellite, manned by Tony C . We have heard that Bob Haddad and his boys have received a full scholarship to attend the University of Haifa in Israel next year. Zhe Cast Will and Prophecy of the Class of One Zhousaad J iae ftuadred and Skty-one We, the men of the Knglish High Scliool Class of 1961, being of reasonably sound mind and body, do hereby decree, on this our Class Day, May 5, 1961, that the following will and propbee is intended to be taken lightly, and r.ny similarity between actual personalities and those mentioned herein is purely intentional. It goes without saying that Abraham will lea e for the Sahara. Alpert will soon be in control of a bankrupt railroad. Paris will obyiously leave for France. Seale will be thrown a hsh for his troubles with the Drill Team. Bickoff gets back on. Beggan leaves with his Bunsen burner. oo Cuddy leaves to light it for him. Richie Newburg finally gets the Yearbook to- gether. Paul Erlich leaves smoking a pipe. John Russo leaves for China to prove that the Chinese didn’t invent macaroni. To Amico we leave a friend. Anthony Bone will become an osteopath. Dave Paginton will row across the Atlantic. Jackie Cooper leaves w ith a copy of Gone With The Wind. Mike O’Keefe will finally learn how to swim. Paul Conlin will promote himself to General. Bob Fladdad flies away on a magic carpet. Phil Kachinsky will go to Brazil with the Class Dues. Joel Kachinsky will soon follow with the proceeds from the Prom. Frank Sparaco gets a hat with an elastic hatband, for further expansion. Pmnnie Mazzarella will become president of the Brylcreme Co. DeMille leaves to film the Pen Ck)inmandments. We leave Chesler chiseling. To Bill Dixon we leave a rotor. We leave Mike DeSisto Scratching his nose. Eisenberg will finally lose weight. We give Carl Scibcl a chance to prove his culinary aptitude bv allowing bim to work in the lunchroom. Jimrnv Wantman wants a woman. Colucci and Colvari open up the C C restaur- ant. Richard Heap leaves with the mistaken idea that he was elected to Class Committee. Don Potts will get a big hog. Kenny Nyberg will become a dealer in ducks. Mike Mendleson is seen chasing a duck in Frank- lin Park. Mitch Cohen wanted us to leave him something, so . . . we left him . . . something. One of Anthony Rais’s tricks will back hre and he will make an Ash out of himself. Tony Ciarimitaro embarks upon a political career w ' ith a fleet of sound trucks and a soap box. Bird of course will fly away. Michael Arnold is left with the complete works of Sigmund Freud. “Skip Ryan” will become coach of the Boston Patriots. Ronald Harvey is elected president of the College Entrance Examination Board. Bob Guindon and Charlie MeVey become coaches for Little League teams. Jerrold Wishnow, Gerrold Harting, and Mike Zibel leave to become staff photographers for Playboy. Hank Rusell has a promising future painting helmets for the Army. Ritchie Giordano plays football for St. Mary’s. Charlie Reid is found drawing on desk tops. Greg I’honipson will leave at 2:30 for a ehange. Anthony Recito has his name changed to Lester. George Ryan will be head librarian in the Boston Public Library. Beer and Bean are a horrible combination. Bynoe says “Bye now.” Marty Rubin Will head the Slenderella corpora- tion. Ld Shaw wins a contract from the city of Boston to print tardy slips. Joe Paterna, onlv surviving member of the noted Officer’s Club, becomes president of the Lucky Strike Co. Mortv Schlesinger continues to take aptitude tests. Irv Salkovitz is chosen as dragster of the year. Vic Terrio can be found cleaning up the Red Sox’s locker room. Tom Kellev and Paul McCabe become co-cap- tains of the inter-collegiate elbow bending team. To Barker we leave a carnival. Butler will get a maid. The cafeteria will receive CARE packages. To Jason Chudnofsky we leave the Golden Fleece. Fred Raskin, noted Latin scholar, will be a teach er and receive the epithet of “Dutch ” from admiring students. Rubin and Rupp are absent again. Webb will get a Black Widow. Sen .er doesn’t send anybody. Walter Salvi leaves to become editor of Time and Playboy. Now that some of the senior class is taken care of, we turn to those u’ortln of mention. To the class of ’62, we leave: The key to the auditorium stairwav, b) The statue in the fover to desecrate as the see fit, and c) all the power o: a minor tleit ' . (They will be next ear’s seniors.) To the class of ’6 3 we leave the motto of the class of ’6 1 : “I. H. T. F. P.” The class of ’64 may get a new wing. W’e leave the custodians cleaning up after us. W ' e lea e the lunchroom colleens our thanks for three years of nourishment. Rumor has it that the “Purple Palace” will become officialh coed. We leave the Alumni wondering about our future. And last, but bv no means least, we leave English with our heartfelt thanks for the guidance she has given us, and we give her our vow that wherever a member of this class ma be, he shall always be a “ . . . Man of honor and achievement.” Dutifullv signed and sealed this fifth dav of av, in the year of our Ford, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-one. Michael O’Keefe and Walter E. Salvi, Jr. SiiNlOH ROOM COUNCILORS First row, left to right: Theodore Bulis, Michael Paris, Joel Kachinsky, Peter Racheotes, Ronald Mazzarella, Paul McCabe. Second row, left to right: David Cutler, Jack Bennett, Richard Webb, Gary Glassman, Vilnis Snikeris, Walter Sahi, Robert Haddad. SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS First row, left to right: Lester Goverman, Paul Burke, Philip Kachinsky, Frank Sparaco, Charles MeVey, Francis Cuddy. Second row, left to right: Russell Gamel, Lawrence Wegman, Joseph Ryan, Mathew Krajewski, Edward Barker, David Pagington. Clubs THE DISCUSSION CLUB First row, left to right: Brackman, Balonoff, Mazor, Scvery, McNamara, Kalatatas (President), Harvey (Vice President), Gulko (Secretary), Zalvin, Ableman, Smith. Second row, left to right: Mr. Johnson, Zieberman, Starr, Hickey, Hoiirigen, Sacks, Hyman, Sonis, Bickoff, Thomas, Wishnow, Arnold. Third row, left to right: Rotherman, Weiner, Wolpert, Lanis, Porter, Stengal, Rubin, O’Donell, Reed, Dixon, Haddad. The Discussion Club, another of the many extracurricular activities at English High School, met every Monday after school. Under the supervision of Mr. Kenneth Johnson, many current issues and problems were discussed, resulting in some excellent suggestions and conclusions. Each week the group decide on the topic for the next session, thereby giving its members time to reason out their opinions with concrete facts. This past year they have discussed such topics as the Eichmann Case, United States Prestige, The United States and the Cuban Crisis, Laos, Segregation versus Integration, The Presidential Election, The Sit-in Strikes, and even ways of improving our own school system. The Discussion Club, as always, has contributed greatly to the panels of the Forum Society. Its membership consists of about forty students. The officers for 1960-61 were: President Michael Kalafatas Vice President Ronald Harvey Secretary Paul Gulko FORUM CLUB The purpose of the Forum Club is to discuss topics of current interest in an interesting manner. After selecting a controversial topic, each member attempts to arrive at an intelligent viewpoint after thorough research with logical conclu- sions. The forum begins with a short speech by each member followed by a question and answer period. The moderator must present the topic and effectively explain it. The panel is comprised of eight members. Some of the more interesting senior topics were: “Does America lack a sense of national purpose?”; “What should be American policy to the new African nations?”; “Automation — threat or boom to America?”; “How can the United States deal most effectively with the Soviet offensive?” The forum, which functions under the guidance of Mr. Sallen as faculty advisor, provides an excellent opportunity for public speaking and is a most worthwhile extracurricular activity. Tlie club also provides speakers for various affairs. First row, left to right: C. J. Schneider, A. Davis, W. G. Wishnow, Mr. Sallen (Faculty Advisor), W. Green, W. Salvi. Second row, left to right: D. D. Brown, B. dayman, P. E. Nagle, E. J. Stockman, M. A. Comman, A. Ciaramitaro, G. Creiger, N. L. Mendes. Third roiv, left to right: C. Ronkin, H. Schwartz, R. L. Webster, R. Severy, M. M. Meltzer, S. Ronkin, A. J. Weiner. LE CIRCLE ERANgAIS First row, left to right: McGuire, I cvcnson, Severy, Pels, VVliippen (President), Paginton (Vice President), Mr. McCarthy (Faculty Advisor), Meltzer, Ronzio, Baird. Second row, left to right: Blake, Thomas, Jackson, Meuilliencrc, Ronkin, Hayes, Verraca, Marcus, Katze, Myers, Palmieri. At the request of several students, the Cercle Fran ais was reorganized under the supervision of Mr. McCarthy. The club’s discussions of tlie French culture, art, literature, and music were augmented by the advisor’s collection of slides, movies, records, and tape recordings. A club library was established and a large amount of French literature and pictures were accumulated. The club’s objectives were to encourage the use of oral French and to increase the interest in the customs, manners, and civilization of the French people. The French Club was open to all interested students. OFFICERS Le President . . . . Le V ice-president he Secretaire . . Le Bihliothecairc .John Whippen Peter Pagington . . Mark Meltzer . Robert Ronzio SCIENCE CLUB First raw, left to right: Rain, Shagaury, Marcus, Piazza, McNamara (President), Mr. Gustus (Faeulty Advisor), Hickey, Lattira, Rosenfield, Tones. Second row, left to right: Haddad, Simons, Gulko, Schneider, X’oldins, .Mcltzer, Snikerus, McKenzie, Wishnow, Ozols, Smith, Snyder, Thomas. This vear the Science Club began with a late November “call to action.” At the first meeting our indomitable captain, Mr. Gustus, announced his hopes for a successf’id vear and a complete E. II. S. victory at the Boston Cit Science Fair. ith that hopeful inspiration, we started work. During our meetings, several members gave lectures on various topics of interest on subjects ranging from crystallography and ionization to spectroscopic analysis. At one meeting Ir. Gustus demonstrated the preparation of hydrogen and oxygen by the electrolysis of water. The day for the E. H. S. Science Fair came on March 1, and weary voung scientists lugged the ponderous exhibits through the subways and over the snow. Arriving at Boom 317, they proceeded to set them up. After school, Ed Jamerson ’60, president of last year’s club, and Mr. Gustus fired some rather esoteric questions at the exhibiters. But “they held up under fire” and should be con- gratulated for their fine work, which resulted from sacrificing many hours of their free time for the Science Fair. Among the most notable entries were: A Spectroscopic Telescope bv Harvey Rosenfield ’63, Lie Detector by Elliot Simons ’62, Solar Powered Radio by Sidney J. Feldman ’63, and of course Ichthyology by Gary “Fishy” Marcus ’61. The Club officers elected were : President Vice President . . . Secretary-Treasurer Thomas E. McNamara Robert McKenzie Steven Hickev CHEMISTRY SOCIETY The I ' " . IT S. Chemistry Society met again for its second successful year. 1 he seniors at E. H. S. are all proud to have had this club added to their extra- curricular activity. This club, which has no set time for its meetings, meets at the advisor’s convenience in Room 307. Mr. Rosenfield has dedicated his extra time to be the club’s advisor. During each meeting members discuss special phases of chemistry and answer questions on their chosen topic. Topics discussed varied greatly and covered virtually almost every phase of chemistry and its related sciences. Plans were made to have various speakers from our local colleges attend meetings and also give discussions and demonstrations on various subjects of chemistry and its other sciences. The actual purpose of this club is to arouse a greater interest in science through chemistry. More particularly, as quoted by Mr. Rosenfield, “We try to encourage the pupils to express themselves in chemistry (science).” The following boys were elected officers of the club: President Stephen J. Buckman Vice President Gerald A. Sonis Treasurer Charles M. Reid Secretary Paul L. Erlich First roiv, left to right: Holmes, Manfra, Walpert, Rittenberg, LaNira, Erlich, Buckman, Sonis, Zalvin, Kictas, Wassursug. Second row, left to right: Malincr, M. Weiner, Katz, Rain, Linda, Wishnow, Kemock, Hyman, Homan, Chesler, Seale, Neustadt, Mr. Rosenfield (Faculty Advisor). Third row, left to right: Gough, Hurvvitz, Vail, Meltzer, Hadgc, Gcagan, J. Weiner, Callahan, Reid, Bornstein, Murphy, Silverman. CHESS CLUB First row, left to rig,ht: John Morey, Frederick Graham, John Battos (Secretary-Treasurer), Mr. Langley (Faculty Advisor), Thomas Lew (President), Fhomas McNamara (Vice President), David Marsh. Second row, left to right: Peter Ozols, Richard Shagoury, Harvey Rain, Kenneth Silvera, Marcus Voldins, Uogintus Kubilius, Bruno Kirsh, Robert McKenzie, John McLennan, Richard Holden, Howard Druker, Joel Sn der. This fall the chess club was re-established under the capable direction of Mr. Langlev. The club teaches its members chess experience and strategy, imparting mental training and sound thinking. The chess club has been marked bv the keen competition among its members, but because of a late start, the club was ineligible to compete in the prep school league. President Thomas Lew Vice Presidetit Thomas McNamara Seeretary-Treasiirer John Battos GLEE CLUB Lhider the direction of Mr. Michael A. Lamiglietti, the Glee Club met every W ' ednesdav during the “B” schedule. The group consisted of about forty men who put many hours of hard work into their performances. The Glee Club sang several times throughout the year. They entertained especially at the Annual Christmas and Thanksgiving assemblies, and the Home and School Association meetings. Each year there are outstanding singers who emerge from the ranks of the Glee Club. In the class of 1961 there are such standouts as Gerald L. J mey, Bruce S. Goodwin, and Michael D. Thornton. The officers who led the club were Erank V. Sparaco, President, and Irving S. Goldsmith, Secretary. LIBRARY CORPS The students and faculty of English Eligh School are privileged to have, at their disposal, the best equipped library in the Boston Public School System. There are approximately 5,000 books of every possible description and classification, with emphasis on History and English. A new addition to our excellent reference collection is the 1 5-volume set of the Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. This year the library was pleased to receive a substantial gift from the Alumni which enabled Miss Kelly to purchase a great many new reference books. The Library Corps is made up of a group of boys who have commendable marks in scholarship and personality. These boys assist Miss Kellv in checking books, locating information, filing cards and in innumerable other wavs. The School is grateful for the efforts which these boys expend on behalf of their school. First row, left to right: Leo Palmer, Richard Splaine, Richard Second ro v, left to right: George Ryan, Michael Koumarianos. Molea. OFFICE STAFF First row, left to right: DcPaula, Cole, Dimino, Mayer, Shercr, Goldman, O’Keefe. Second row, left to right: Schnieder, Green, Golden, Moriartv, O ' Donnell, Nvbers, Smith, Shine. ROTARY CLUB Robert Haddad, William Dixon NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front row, left to right: Henry Moses, Joel Kachinsky, Charles Silverman, Philip Kachinsky, William Timilty, Marc Wieclershien, David Cutler. Second row, left to right: Francis Murphy, Alfred Porecki, Thomas Mason, Edw ' ard Shaw, Stanley Linda, James Beer. Excerpt from the Charter of the English High School Chapter of the National Honor Society “Know all Men hy these Presetits, that Whereas, character, scholarship, leadership, and service are carditial cjitalities worthy of encouragement in all schools, therefore the National Honor Society of Secondary School Principals gives, grants, delegates through the au- thority of this charter the privilege atid power to establish conduct and administer the English High School of Boston Chapter as a local chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools.” The members of the National Honor Society Chapter of Boston English High School were nominated on the basis of their having consistently attained honor-roll marks during the school ' year, the number of juniors selected being equal to half the number of seniors eligible. Belonging to this exclusive group was an honor and a privilege which served as incentive for others to join. Those whose names appear and other extracurricular activities, these men are promi- nently represented. Our class may well be proud of its members who belong to the nation-wide organization. We wish them luck. W ' e know that they will be among those who will lead the wav in bringing honor and credit upon the name of the Class of 1961 of the English High School of Boston. SENIOR HONOR ROLI First row, left to ri ht: Alan Rothman, Philip Kachinsky, Joel Kachinsky, William Timilty, David Freedman, Charles Silverman, Michael DeSisto, David Cutler, klenry Moses. Second row, left to right: Richard Katze, Peter Ozols, Gerald Creicer, Harold Rigby, William Green, Francis Murphy, Alfred Porecki, Marc Widershien. Third row, left to right: James Beer, Stanley Linda, Thomas Mason, Edward Shaw, David Mochini, Stephen Wassersug, Stephen Buckman. UNITED NATIONS DELEGATION STUDENT EXCHANGE Left to right: William Dixon, Paul McCabe, Frank Sparaco, Kenneth Silvera, David Porter. UNITED NATIONS ESSAY CONTEST Robert B. Severy Robert J. Maciel SrUDIiNI GOVEl’ NMEN ' r j:)Eeegate Paul McCabe I GETS CIVIG EDUGAIION I .EPHESENTATIVI I?ichard Patterson, Kenneth Silvera LAWRENCE PRIZES FIDELITY AND DEPORTMENT John Rennet E4b Alan G. Ereedman John M. Butler E4c Ered M. Raskind Charles J. Eddy G2 James E. Beer Thomas E. Geagon G3 Ered M. Raskind Robert E. Haddad 13 Gerald F. Di Prim a Richard ). Holden M4 Joel Kachinskv Donald S. Lewis M7 Joel Kachinsky Ronald C. Mazzarella G Robert E. White Frank Murphy Bk3 David Cutler Charles M. Reid Ec Thomas Mason Irving A. Salkovitz Md2 William P. Tiniilty Frank V. Sparaco T2 James Scimone Richard E. Webb P.Ed. Karlis M. Kirsis THE RECORD JOHN McLENNON Assistant Editor JEROLD WISHNOW Fiction Editor WALTER E. SALVI, Jr. Editor-in-Chicf MICHAEL O’KEEFE Feature Editor MICHAEL MENDELSOHN Sports Editor GERALD HARTING Staff Member This year, the Piecord received its third con- secutive hrst place rating from the Columbian National Scholastic Press Association. Along with the school’s 140th anniversary, the Record celebrated its Diamond Jubilee, and a special edition was printed to commemorate the school’s founding. As in past years, the Record served as an outlet for the creative talents of the students of the school. Always trying to improve, the gen- eral layout of the magazine this year was re- arranged to present a more pleasing appearance. The covers were all based on an anniversary theme, and much research went into the artwork hnally shown. The essays, hetion, poems, and picture stories were well received by the student body, and the most popular feature this year was the teacher interviews. These interviews gave the students a closer look at the men who help to shape their destinv. The biggest section of the magazine was the sports section, which this year received hand drawn illustrations to brighten up the presenta- tion. The pictures shown tried to capture the most exciting moments of the game, and to record forever the glory of our athletic teams. ALUMNI THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Founded 1853 BOARD OF GOVERNMENT President, Louis Musco, ’29 Executive Vice-President Joseph L. Malone, Head Master Vice-President, George Alpert, ' 15 Treasurer, Rowe A. Gladwin, ’98 Secretary, Joseph Lapidus, ’23 DIRECTORS Victor Bynoe, ’33 Gordon Swan, ’24 John J. Tierney, ’44 James A. Travers, ’44 TRUSTEES Charles J. Eox, ’06 Rowe A. Gladwin, ’98 Alton H. Grauman, ’20 The English High School Association, an incorporated society of alumni, was founded in 185 3, with tlie stated object of promoting the prosperit and the usefulness of the English High of Boston. Eirst, by fostering and increasing, in such ways, the interests natural to all graduates in this, generally, their last home and school life. Second, by increasing, in such ways as may from time to time be deemed expedient, the facilities of the school for affording a thorough commercial and general education, to the youth of the city Third, by rendering such aid, financial or otherwise, to the pupils of the school, or gradu- ates, as their circumstances may require; and Eourth, by promoting and preserving ac- quaintances and friendship between those who have been associated as pupils and teachers of the school . To promote these aims, the association has presented to the school valuable works of art: has raised a fund, the income of which is to be used in aid of deserving pupils: has founded scholarships which are awarded at the annual graduating exercises to boys who have won them competitively on the basis of sound character and high scholarships. This year was particularly notable in that tbe 140th anniversary dinner was held at the Harvard Glub at which five hundred alumni enthusiastically declared and pledged support of the school’s traditions and objectives. S3 5,000 was generously pledged for scholarships. A new school site and building was proposed and dis- cussed which brightened the prospect. The alumni expressed satisfaction that the academic standards have been maintained consistent with the high purpose of the school. f V Jj r p f GOV. VOLPE PROCLAIMS Tuesday, May 9, The English High School Day, commemorating the school’s 140th anniversary. Witnessing the proclamation signing arc, from left, Louis F. Musco, alumni association president; Myer Moskow, anniversary dinner committee chairman; Joseph Lapidus, alumni secretary; Head Master Joseph L. Malone, and Timothy J. Regan, dinner committee vice-chairman. THE HOME AND SCHOOE ASSOCIATION Meetings are held throughout the year, usualh during the school day, at which time the work of the pupils under classroom conditions mav he observed. OEEICERS OE THE ASSOCIATION Prcsidoit Mrs. Samuel dayman Vice-President Mrs. Rubin Kachinsky Chairman Mr. Milton Bornstein Secretary Mr. I. Michael Sallen Treasurer Mr. Erancis M. Kead The English High School Home and School Association is one of 104 local Home and School Associations now functioning throughout the eit . It is an organization of parents, guardians, and teachers of pupils attending the English High School. Its purpose is to foster closer under- standing and cooperation between the home and the school to promote the best interest of the child. A FOOTBALL SCHEDULE English 34 Brighton 0 English 36 Dorchester 0 English 20 Groton 18 English 30 Trade 6 English 18 B.C. High 14 English 30 East Boston 0 English 32 Technical 8 English 6 South Boston 26 English 6 B. C. High 28 English 16 Latin 20 LETTER MEN Victor Bynoe Raymond Abrams Jason Chudnofsky Michael Adessa Paul Costello Robert Cofield Donald Cotter Robert Davis Richard Giordano Martin Fisher William Gaughan James Horan Thomas Kelly (Co-Capt.) Richard Layne Karlis Kirsis Nicholis Levins Paul McCabe (Co-Capt.) Robert Mazzarino Jerimiah Riordan Ronald Tinker Robert Rooney Eton Wilson Martin Rubin Edvv ' ard West Joseph Ryan Thomas Meany George Taylor Robert Sinkus Victor Terrio (Mgr.) John McQueeney Early September, a tew davs before the opening of school, saw us practicing in the spacious field at the end of Avenue Louis Pasteur. Head Coach Bill Stewart’s 19 59 eleven had all been graduated except for Co-Captain Tom Kelly. His varsitv would be Mr. Gillis’ strong, championship 1. V. team of the previous year that had rolled over all opposition, scoring 256 points to 6. On September 23, the City League opened its season with the Jamboree at White Stadium. Before the district team had received the ball, English was already on the scoreboard. The backfield ran wild behind its powerful line. Bob Pvooney scored twice, going over for the first score the first time he carried the ball. On their first set of downs, Brighton fumbled, one of her backs hit by linebacker Tom Meaney. The ball was recovered by linebacker Bob Sinkus. Bob took it over on the next play making the score 12-0. Brighton, with the ball but unable to gain, was forced to punt, and Don Cotter, led bv the great blocking of Bob Cofield, scampered 60 yards, untouched, into the end zone. Cofield later, following good blocking, raced 3 1 yards for another tally. Tom Kelly finished the scoring to make it 36-0. This was an impressive start for English. On a wet Eriday, September 3 0 at Wdiite Stadium, the regular season opened. E. H. S. rolled over Dorchester 36-0. Skip Bvan and Don Cotter called their piavs well. They sent Dick Layne, Bob Coheld, Tom Kelly, and Bob Sinkus to score. The Blue ' s defense was stubborn, Dorchester’s only scoring threat came with seconds left in the game. Fiveryone played well; the coaches were pleased. English went to play a strong Groton team on October 7. Here was a rivalry dating back sixty-seven years. After receiving a hue meal and every courtesy, English dressed for the game. Groton won the toss and elected to receive. Ron Tinker kicked off. The ball was taken by |ohn Pickells who went to his left and all the wav down the sidelines for a ninety-vard TD. Groton scored again in the first quarter, and before English could get a drive going, the score was 12-0. Our speed boy. Bob Rooney, broke the ice, crossing the line from Groton’s fifteen. In the second period, Groton scoretl again to make the score 18-8. Just before the half ended, Coheld tallied from the twent -nine to put English within four points of the Preps. The third period reflected the defense of both clubs; neither offensive was effective. The fourth period was also defensive, until, wdth two minutes to go, Groton’s defense was adamant. We were on our own twenty and had just been thrown for a four-yard loss. With fourth and twelve. Coach Stewart gambled. He sent Dick Layne in with a pass play. Skip Ryan called the signals, the lines hit ;ind one receiver, Dick l,a ne, erosseJ the line. He was well eoxerecl b two Preps hnl llc an’s pass couldn ' t have been more perl eel. La ne took the hall down to the Groton twenl-. six. On the next pla , Bob Cofield went all the wav to put the score in our tavor 20-18. There was less than two minutes left in the game. Tinker again kicked off to Baker, who like Pickclls, ran to the left and continued doAvn the sidelines 80 cards and over the goal. He had stepped out of bounds however, on the hft , and was noticed by an official. Groton still had time. Thev passed. Eton W ' ilson intercepted and ran the hall to their eleven. It was the last plav ol an exciting game. English won their next game heating Trade 30-12. Behind 12-8 at the half due to poor plav, the Englishman steamed out of the locker room and took the second half easilc, scoring 22 points to Trade’s 0. The lines were again the difference, Paul McCabe leading a great defense in the second half. Touchdowns were scored by GoHeld, Sinkus, and P»oone . On October 21, the Blue and Blue placed the Maroon and Gold of B. C. High, the pre- season choice for the championship. Bob Rooney scored hrst. W ' ith eight minutes to go in the quarter, Dick Donahue, passed fifty-seven yards to tie the score. After the extra point thev led seven to six, but evith minutes to go Cofield poevered his evay 7 5 yards for the last score of the half. In the third period, Donahue again passed for points. B. C. H. led going into the final quarter 14-12. With less than five minutes to play Rvan evas faced with a third and fourteen on his ocvn eight-yard line. He called the same play that had scored late in the game at Groton, lloonev raced around to his right, outsped the defenders, took Ryan’s pass, and continued for a ninetv-yard TD. English evon the hard fought and exciting game 18-14. East Boston proved to be no contender and on October 29, lost to English 30-12. After a very slocv start, English tallied twice. Bob Roonec again broke the ice, sprinting fifty cards and minutes later eightc cards for scores. Rcan passed to Sinkus for another six points and to Costello for the Pats. Junior Fred Prifty hulled his cvac to the final score. Scheduled next evas Boston Technical evith its talented and very fast hacklield. The hrst period evas scoreless. Early in the second period, Dick Layne took joe Rcan’s pass and scampered 2 5 yards to break the deadlock. Cofield running hard scored minutes later, cvhich brought the score at the half 12-8. In the second half Sinkus intercepted and ran 70 yards to the goal. Cofield later tallied and Dick Lacne follocved, taking a hue pass from Don Cotter. The hnal score cc as English 32, Technical 8. The Blue and Blue had one more game to play, hut victorious at least clinched a tic for the title. English would have to defeat traditional rival Boston Latin the following week to share the title. It was Thursdax at Harvard Stadium, a beautiful Thanksgiving morning, and the dav of THE game; the seventxTifth vear of the oldest traditional schoolbox rivals in the countrx. To the nonpartisan fan in the crowd of 2 3,000, it was a wonderful, hard fought game, but to players and fans of English High it was disap- pointing. English scored first wdth a Hfty-eight- yard sustained drive. Tom Kelly received a pass from Joe R an for a hve-vard scoring pla . Ryan to Costello was good for the Pats. Ron Tinker kicked off and Latin returned the ball to the thirtv-nine-yard line. Their first time with the ball, quarterback Walsb faded back and passed to halfback Ernie Caporale w ho w ' ent all the w ' a . Paul Barringer, Latin’s Captain, followed Caporale’s score, returning a punt fortv-five vards to make it 12-8. In the third quarter, Latin’s fullback, Larry Thompson, brought the ball down to the two-yard line. For the four following plays, it was Mike Adessa, plaxing in place of injured Jerry Riodon, against Latin’s fullbacks Larrv Thompson and Jerry Hillman that held a goal line stand. English subsequentiv couldn ' t move the ball and was forced to punt. Several plays later, Latin scored again. At tbe end of the third period the score was 20-8. In the fourth period, English started to roll. Cofield and Costello added six and two points respcctivelv making it 20-16. With minutes to go, Ryan began passing well but his receivers w ' ere unable to complete tbe passes. Then with seconds remaining, his last pass w ' as intercepted bv Joe Barrett. It was a sad ending to a successful season. However, the record of the team was excellent and the plav highly creditable. The squad and the coaches Messrs. Stewart, King, and Krozy w ' ere extended appre- ciation bv tbe students and alumni. English’s only rematch was w ith revengeful B. C. High. Playing before a capacitx crowd, the Englishmen now in first place, bowed to the Eaglets 28-6, in a crucial game to both. For three periods the score was onlv six to nothing. English had again failed to utilize the first thirty minutes. In the final quarter, B. C., displaying a strong attack, scored 22 points. English’s only score came when the snap for a B. C. punt was fumbled and recovered by end Marty Fisher. On Armistice Da with a record crowd looking on, English lost to South Boston 26-6. English during the season had been just another team in the first half. The bulk of tbe seoring and great ball plaxing was done in the second half. South Boston was strong with a well bal- anced attack. The first quarter was scoreless, but at the half South Boston was leading 12-0. The third period was also scoreless, but late in the fourth. South Boston had a substantial lead of 26 points. Our onlv score came late in this period on a pass from Cotter to Tom Kellv. Tbe Blue and Blue was a better team than this game showed and this loss hurt. CROSS COUNTRY 1,1 rrF.iiMiN Hicharcl Ash HolKTt Donahue Hot)ert Fay Joseph Egan Antone Almeida Jackie Cooper (Capt.) Robert Morris Robert Miller Joshua Rowell Stuart Radonsky John M. Tayler Henry Tresvant Dwight Logan Alfred Smith Harvey Rain (Mgr.) Joel Snyder (Mgr.) Robert Thompson New Bedford 15, Tech 50, English 78 New Bedford 1 5, Tech 69, English 71, Latin 101 Tech 43, English 69, Roslindale 86, Latin 128 rhe call lor cross coiintr runners earlv in September brought almost eighty candidates out to the rugged Franklin Park C’ourse. Alter two weeks ol conditioning, the number ol par- ticipants dropped to thirtx-live. The majority ol these thirty-live members were sophomores and juniors who were new to the sport. Fhe lirst time trial which covered less than two miles, was won hy sophomore Leo Pureell with jackie Cooper close behind. Liven though it was still earh in the season, the time trial showed that Fnelish was goins: to he a strong contender lor the citv title. In each ol the lirst two meets, Fnglish met New Bedlord, the eventual state champions. Although not winning either meet, our team showed its greatest strength in its sophomores and juniors. The Cit Meet ami the “Reggies” were won h Technical with Fnglish second in both. The State Meet team, consisting ol lackie Cooper, Leo Purcell, Vic Tanmii, Menr Tresvant, Bob Donahue, lohn Tavler, John Fowler, A1 Smith, and Bob Thompson did not lare verv well, but it did show promise lor the luture. Although the scpiad had a season void ol victories, the team’s enthusiasm was always high and with good reasoning, plans lor next vear’s season are quite optimistic. SCHEDULE INDOOR TRACK The 1961 edition of the Blue and Blue indoor track team coinmenced practice during the first week in December. While the temperature was too low for comfort, the middle distance and distance runners practiced on the streets and avenues of the surrounding area, while the dashmen began their sprinting practice in the school corridors. As the temperature become too frigid for outdoor practice, the complete team ascended to the second floor balcony track and practiced for the first time as a single unit. As the weeks of practice passed and the team took shape, the popular opinion was that English had one of the finest teams in the past decade. The team ' s strength was shown in all events with the exception of the hurdles. The dashes had Don Potts, Ed Lloyd, and Earl Garrick. Middle distance power was shown by 300-yarder Don Neville, and 600-yarders Jackie Cooper and Mike Mendelsohn. Bob Donahue and Leo Purcell, both sophomores, were the standouts in the distances. The weights were dominated by Larry Wegman and Wayne Langford. The double Blue speedsters attained victory in all Boston Conference meets. They met defeat, however, in the B. A. A. School- boy Meet and the State Meet. In the 3. A. A. Schoolboy Meet, the defending champions, English High, were handed their first setback by Hope High of Providence, Rhode Island, and as in the preceding year, the State Championship was won by Rindge Technical School. Captains Don Potts — Jackie Cooper LETTTRMEN Myron T. Chambers Richard M. Donahue Kenneth Edwards Preston Johnson Thomas Johnson Lester E. Benn Jackie Cooper (Capt.) Donald Potts (Capt.) Michael Mendelsohn Earl D. Carrick Arthur Carter George Cubbage William H. Ferriabough Edward G. Lloyd Alfred Smith James Robert P. Mazzarino Donald L. Neville Adrian V. Senna Lawrence J. Wegman Everett Sheppard John Taylor Charles K. Laham Wayne Langford Henry A. Latson Robert McDonough Robert S. Natban William L. Odware Lea J. Purcell Leo F. Runey Reginald Stevens White INDOOR TRACK Despite this setback the season was a creditable one. Under the guidance of Mr. Ronan the team maintained the high standard that F.nglish High teams have customarilv enjoved. This suc- cess was particularly gratiTing inasmuch as this was Mr. Ronan’s hnal year closing a long and creditable career at English High School. hnslish 1981 2 Trade 8 7 Vi Foglish 15? ' 2 Technical I 5 I Vi NOVICi; MFT.T Fnglish 97 Salem 62Vi HFLAY FFSTIVAF Fmglish 8 1 Technical 27 SV 111 I;L LF. CITY .MFFT English 97Vi Technical 79Vi HEGl.MENTAF MEET English 82 Technical 86 B. A. A. SCHOOI BOY MEET Hope High 23 English 9 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP Hindge Technical English 10 The Regimental Cdiampion- ship which serves as a climax to the indoor season was closely contested. As expected, Eechni- cal High provided the chief opposition. fter an exciting and close contest, Ihiglish Iliyh was the victor only to he de- prived of the championship bv a subsequent ruling on a techni- cality. CLASS “B” RELAY STATE CHAMPS Left to right: Donald Neville, Everett Shepard, Edward Lloyd, .Arthur Carter. HOCKEY Hockey Captains Peter Jay — Jim Larkin SCHEDULE English 0 Technical English 1 Trade English 5 Dorchester English 0 B. C. High English I Technical English 4 Trade English 3 Dorchester English 1 B. C. High English 2 Latin English 0 Technical English 3 Trade English 3 Dorchester English I B, C. High English I Latin LETTERMEN Patrick Bowes Theodore Bulis Louis Carangelo George Crosson William Dixon Richard Ellie Joseph Horan James Horan Everett Jay (Co-Captain) James Larkin (Co-Captain) Richard Lehmann Richard Lillis John McLean David Reilly Sarkis Simon John Witoi Ralph Dixon (Manager) John Colucci (Manager) William McLean (Manager) HOCKEY The 1961 Hockey Team provided many thrills during the season. The team was well led by Co-Captains Jim Larkin and Everett Jav. The first line was centered by Jim Larkin with Dick Lillis and Ted Bulis as his wingmen. Larkin was the team’s high scorer and an All Star selection. The second line was made up of Jim Horan, Dave Reillv, and Bill Dixon. Both these lines plaved sound defensive hockey during the year and also produced some excellent offensive efforts. In the defensive area the team was led by George Crosson and Lou Carangelo. This pair received able assistance from Sarkis Simon and John Witol. In the nets the team was well represented by two very fine goalies. Richard Lehmann, a sophomore with a great deal of promise, shared the net-minding duties with our versatile Co-Captain Everett Jay. Everett began the season as a defenseman, moved up to the line, and finished the season in the nets. The team finished in third place with a 3-7-4 record. However, this record is not a true indication of the season. The team compiled the best record in the league against the league leaders, B. C. High and Technical. The squad held the league champions B. C. High to two 2-1 verdicts in their final meetings. In late season play against Technical the team fore- checked and hustled and held Technical to scores of 1-1 and 1-0. With several lettermen returning, the pros- pects for next year are bright. Led by Dick Lillis and Lou Carangelo, Co-Captains elect, Coach Bill Stewart may look forward to a satisfactory season. BASKETBALL WINNERS OF VARSITY “E” Donald Cotter (Capt.) Samuel Washington, ' 62 ’61 Thomas Moroney, ' 61 Mathew Krajeski, ' 61 Paul Tosi, ’61 Philip Kachinsky, ’61 Stephen Malamed (Mgr.), ’61 Robert Seigal, ’62 Robert Siegal, ’62 Robert Cofield, ’62 Mitchell Lopes, ’62 Peter Thanas, ’62 Stanley Sneed, ’63 Preston Johnson, ’63 Captain Don Cotter SCHEDULE English High School 57 Boston Trade 73 English High School 59 Boston Technical 27 English High School 49 Dorchester 53 English High School 62 B. C. High 48 English High School 56 Boston Trade 76 English High School 59 Dorchester 53 English High School 46 B. C. High 53 English High School 36 Boston Trade 63 English High School 61 Boston Technical 45 English High School 53 Boston Latin 65 English High School 45 B. C. High 60 English High School 68 Boston Latin 61 BASKEIBALL Immediately following the close of the foot- ball season, basketball tryouts began. Mr. Gillis expertly molded his potentials into the best possible team. The Blue and Blue opened their season against Boston Trade, but were quickly set back at the opponent’s home court 73-57. Looking forward to their first victory, the English five took on Technical High and ran them up and down the court. English, on the better half of a 59-27 score, showed promising signs for a good season. The third game turned out to be a heart breaker. English lost a half time lead and at the hands of a determined Dorchester team, was edged out 53-49. At the expense of B C. High, English came back winning. The entire team was set on victory, and they showed their best by defeating B. C. 62-48. Next, the schedule called for a return match with Trade. Again the Blue and Blue met defeat at the hands of a powerful team, 76-56. Looking for revenge, English took on a confident Dorchester team and in a game con- trary to the first, defeated the Black and Red 59-53 in another well played game. Once again, the confidence of the English five to qualify for the Tech Tourney was broken by a loss to B. C. 53-46. Soon after, English suffered another defeat at the hands of Trade 63-36. Across the street we went, to take on arch rival, Latin School. Plagued with injuries, the Blue and Blue played well, but suffered a dis- heartening defeat of 65-53. Eor the last two games of the season we took on B. C. High and Latin. Against B. C. High a first quarter deficit proved fatal in a 60-4 5 loss. Our last game was dedicated to the alumni and Mr. Jim Egan, who represented them. A high spirited E. H. S. team took command in defeating Latin 68-61. The team bowed out in a blaze of glory although our record showed only five wins and seven losses. Donald Cotter ’62 was third high scorer in the City League. He had been thoroughly backed throughout the season by Preston Johnson ’63, Bob Siegel ’62, and Phil Kachinskv ' ’61. S 1 SWIMMING SCORES English 48 Brockton 38 English 50 Cambridge 36 English 49 Wellesley 39 English 36 Brookline 50 English-Latin 40 Andover 42 English 44 Huntington 42 English-Latin 40 Brown 44 English-Latin 42 Bowdoin 44 English-Latin 44 Exeter 42 STATE MEET English 14, Gardner 46, Waltham 35, Attleboro 27, Brookline 20 LETTERMEN Edward Doherty Albert Carlson Brian Dorris William Murphy The English High School Swimming Team enjoved its most successful season of its recent hve-vear history. The team competed ten times winding up with an impressive record of six wins against Academy and College Ereshman competition. All meets were closely contested. Defeats were administered to Brockton, WTllesley, Cambridge Latin, Rindge Tech, Exeter Academy, and Huntington Prep while our losses were to Brookline, Andover Academy, Bowdoin, and Brown Frosh. A prime feature of this year’s team was the Bne performance of William Nlurphy at the State Meet. Murphy won the two events — the fifty- vard free stvle with a 24.3 mark and then broke his own one-hundred-yard butterdy with a record 58.5 performance — two seconds off his last sear’s record. Prospects for a successful season next year seem assured at this time with all lettermen returning plus an influx of swimmers from our well-organized recruitment program. David Bean CREW Team The water churned as the boats spurted across the starting line. Thus began an unbeaten season For English’s first boat, and City Championship for the team. More than one hundred candidates turned out this year to compete for positions on the team. During the months of April and May it was a familiar sight to see the smooth stroking oarsmen from English High School compet- ing in races on the Charles. This year’s overwhelming victory was greatly due to the untiring leadership and coaching of Mr. Gillis. With Dave Pagington at stroke, English’s first boat thrice defeated a powerful Trade, Tech, and Eatin team on the mile course. The two double courses were a battle between English and Latin, with Tech, and Trade trailing, but w ' ith long rhythmic strokes our first boat won both races, remaining undefeated for the season. The second boat won its first three races only to lose the last tsvo, taking a second and a third place. The J. V. and Ereshman teams rowed an undefeated season while our fourth boat beat Tech’s third and Latin’s third and fourth boats. Out of ten races, this gave English 43 points, Latin 2 5, Technical 23 and Trade 18, for the season. Great things are expected next season when manv of the lettermen will return. Eini ' ERMEiN Dave Pagington (captain), Mike O’Keefe (mgr.), Balasalle, Murphy, Russell, Sloan, Abrams, Campisi, Cesario, Elliott, Evans, lovani, Goglia, Hansen, Leon, Kenney, Leblanc, Moynihan, Monsein, Nelson, P. Pagington, Ahearn, Atkinson, and Bailey. Coach Gillis and Captain Dave Pagington The highlight of the season was an exciting excursion through the locks and out into Boston Harbor for a look at the many historic piers w hich line the water- front. W ' hile there, we w ere photographed by news photographers before returning to the Charles River Dock. The annual trip to Watertown was made bv the first three boats on June 2nd, and according to tradition, the cap- tain and the coxswains were dunked in the Charles. First Boat — Undefeated J BASEBALL Back row, left to ri ht: Carl Salvi, Jr. (Head Manager), Jack Witol, Bob Sicgal, Bob O ' Toole, Allan Butters, Tony Ficcarello, Dave Gilman (Assistant Manager). Second row, left to right: William Stewart, Jr. (Coach), Dick Lillis, Bill Zimmerman, Fred Prifty, Stan DeMartinis, Tony Bonanno (Third Base Coach), Steve Grolnic, Bob Fay (Assistant Manager), Peter Rae (Assistant Manager). First Row, left to right: Gharles MeVey, Don Tuttle, Don Cotter, Bob Guindon (Co-Captain), Joe Ryan (Co-Captain), Mike Gorman, Sandy Stillwell, Tom Moloney. Bill Zimmerman, Fred Prifty, Stan DeMartinias, Tony Bonanno SC 111 DL LI- English 5 Technical 3 English 7 B. G. High 5 I ' nglish 20 Groton 7 English 5 Dorchester 1 I ' nglish 10 1 rade 7 I nglisb 5 Technical 2 English 3 B. G. High 0 I ' nglish 16 Dorchester 2 English 10 Trade 0 English 1 Lawrence Acatlemy 3 English 5 Latin 9 English 3 I echnical 1 F ' nglisli 1 1 B. C. High 5 English 6 Dorchester 13 English 9 Latin 0 With a host of veterans and a number of newcomers, the English High School nine started climbing its 16-gamc ladder. The pitching staff, which most observers thought would be the weak spot, turned out to be an asset to the team. Superior base running and more than adequate hitting were other factors in the team ' s victories. The Blue and Blue won their first nine encounters with spectacular victories over Technical, Trade, B. C. High, Groton and Dorchester. In their tenth game the team began to make many errors which caused them to drop their first game, a 3-1 defeat, at the hands of Lawrence Academy. Luckily this was a non-league game. Two days later the same problem plagued our fielders and to the disappointment of all, English was downed by its unbeaten and traditional rival from across the street. In their next two games the Blue and Blue showed their critics what they were made of by gaining hard won victory over both Technical and B. C. High. An underdog Dorchester team caught us looking ahead to the last game of the season with Latin, and proceeded to hand us a 1 3-6 defeat. The English-Trade game was postponed, which left onh one game in the regular schedule, a long-awaited return engagement with Latin School. Behind the shutout pitching BATTING AVERAGES Bob Guindon . . . . . . .530 Stan DeMartinias . . . .000 Mike Gorman . . . . . . .000 Steve Grolnic . .000 Charles MeVey . . . . . .370 Bob O ' Toole . .250 Bill MacLean . . . . . . .000 Ered Prifty . .630 Tom Moloney . . . . . . .000 Tony Piccarello . . . . .350 Joe Ryan . . .240 Bob Siegal . .240 Sandv Stillwell . . . . . .185 John Witol . .000 Don Tuttle . . .000 Bill Zimmerman . . . . .000 Don Cotter . . .230 A1 Butters . .000 Dick Lillis 000 of Steve Grolnic, the hitting of Co-Captain Boh Ciiindon and Fred Prifty, English easily downed Latin, 9-0. In the replay of tlie postponed Tratle game, led by the pitching of Bob O’Toole, a highly spirited E. H. S-. scjiiad defeated Trade. ' [ ' he Seniors deserve special mention because they comprised the essential nucleus of the team. Two big senior hitters, Bob Cuindon and Charles MeVey, were also e.xcellent fielders. Skippy Ryan, Sandy Stillwell, and Don Cotter rounded out the senior lineup, doing a great job with the bat and glove. The entire pitching staff is coming back, along with such stars as Fred Prifty and Bob Sicgal. The future looks very promising for a championship team next year. The entire senior class extends its congratulations and thanks to Mr. Stewart for a job eery well done. OUTDOOR TllACK English High, the defending state champs had, as usual, a very successful season outdoors. Although edged into second position by Boston Technical in one of the earlier meets, the Fighting Blue proceeded to capture both the City and the Regimental titles. The team’s trip to Danvers resulted in a hard-fought and well-earned fourth place. This meet was a sample of what we would be up against in the State Meet. The Belmont Relays proved disappointing in that an unc.x- pected tic in one of the races dropped us from first to the number two position. The strength of the track team this year lay in the dashes. Ed Lloyd broke the record in the B 440 and, along with the Co-Captains, Jackie Cooper and Don Potts, scored many valuable points for the Blue and Blue. Although English didn’t have a team of stars this year, their record shows what high-spirited and hard- working boys the squad was comprised of. I.F.TTFRMFN Richard M. Donahue Kenneth Edwards Preston Johnson T homas Johnson Lester E. Benn Jackie Cooper (Capt.) Donald Potts (Capt.) Michael Mendelsohn Earl D. Carrick Arthur Carter William H. Ferriabough Edward G. Lloyd Alfred Smith lames White Donald L. Neville Adrian V. Senna Lawrence J. Wegma Everett Sheppard John Taylor Charles K. I.aham Wayne Langford Henry A. Latson Robert McDonough Robert S. Nathan Leo J. Purcell Leo F. Runey Reginald Stevens William Barnes Captains Don Potts — Jackie Cooper The State Meet was a surprise since an underdog Technical team came out on top, with a hlack horse Trade squad second. English captured a second in both the low hurdles with Don Potts and the 220 with Art Carter. Butch Donahue and Henry Latson also scored for the Blue and Blue. The track team extends its heartfelt thanks to Mr. Ronan for the many devoted years he has spent molding promising boys into well-conditioned athletes. This was his last year with the English High School, both as coach and teacher, but the impression he has left with us will not soon be forgotten. With many experienced boys returning next year, English will once again have a very strong team. MILITARY DRILL SENIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS TRICK DRILL TEAM INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF BAND David Lyons Michael DeSisto Harold Parsons Robert Fraccastoro Edward Sanderson Theodore Ufland David Keyo Stephen Osofsky MANUAL OF ARMS WINNERS Raymond R. Abrams John J. Gorman Anthony R. Picarello Joseph W. Venuti Stephen L. Brackman Anthony R. Gradzewicz Kenneth M. Silvera Philip M. Kachinsky OFFICERS OF FIRST REGIMENT Left to rij!,ht: 2nd Co., Colonel John D. McLennan; 7th Co., Lieut. -Colonel Charles J. Willvverth; 4th Co., Major ( 1st Bat.) Leo C. Palmer; 3rd Co., Major (2d Bat.) Robert M. Beggan; 5th Co., Major (3d Bat.) Michael A. Mendelsohn. OEEICERS OE SECOND REGIMENT Left to rifiht: 7th Co., Colonel Karlis M. Kirsis; 6th Co., Lieut.-Colonel William A. Green; 8th Co., Major (1st Bat.) Gar T. Glassman; 3rd Co., Major (2d Bat.) Joseph F. Bean; 4th Co., Major (3d Bat.) Joseph T. Roper. SENIOR CLASS DAY MAY 5, 1961 — 12:00 NOON FLAG SALUTE: America English High School Band SCRIPTURE READING . . .Dr. Joseph E. Malone, Head Master VOCAL SELECTION Gerald L. Janev, ’61 OPENING REMARKS Frank V. Sparaco, President Class of 1961 HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1961 . . Francis X. Cuddy, ’61 INccutive Committee, Class of 1961 TRUMPET SELECTION Michael J. DeSisto, ’61 STUDENT COUNCIL Joel E. Kachinskv, ’61 CLASS WILL AND PROPHECY CLASS OF 1961 Robert L. Haddad, ’61 Vice President SELECTION English High School Band PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT. . . Frank V. Sparaco, President Class of 1961 ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT . . .Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master CLASS OF 1961 CLASS SONG Words by Frank V. Sparaco, ’61 Accompanied by Matthew B. Krajevvski, ’61 Directed by Michael J. DeSisto, ’61 LAWRENCE PRIZE CERTIFICATES .. Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master UNITED NATIONS CERTIFICATE AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master TIME CURRENT AFFAIRS AWARD. .Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master LIEUT. (J. G.) PAUL M. HALLORAN AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master 1961 CLASS BUSINESS Philip M. Kachinskv, ’61 Class Secretary-T reasnrer VALEDICTORY William C. Dixon, ’61 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER English High School Band NATIONAL ANTHEM English Lligh School Band Peter C. Siragusa, Director English High School Band QraduatioH ORDER OF EXERCISES PROCESSIONAL “THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER’’ ADDRESS OE WELCOME — Frank V. Sparaco President, Class of 1961 PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING W ' e gather together To ask the Lord’s blessing, He chastens and hastens His will to make known; The wicked oppressing Cease them from distressing. Sing praises to His name — He forgets not His own. T all do extol Thee, Thou leader in battle. And pray that Thou still Our Defender wilt be. Let Thy congregation Escape tribulation Thy name be ever prais’d : O Lord, make us free. AWARD OF PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS Joseph L. Malone, Head Master Contributions for awards and prizes have been received from many members of the alumni hodv, and from the Classes of 1863, 1870, 1877, 1880, 1883, and from nearly every gradu- ating class since the year 1883. Cl, ASS SONC OF 1961 (Air: “How Can I Leave Ihee”) Words by Frank V. Sparaco, Class of 1961 Directed by Michael J. DeSisto, Class of 1961 Hail, Alma Mater! I o us be ever near; I lelp us thy motto bear, Dear Fnglisb High! Tbv balls shall honor’d be Through all eternity; Mav we still loyal be, F’nglish High, to thee! Bright days of youth will From mem’ry never part; Thy teachings will remain In ev’ry heart. Thy halls shall honor’d he Through all eternity; May we still loyal be, English fligh, to thee! VIOLIN SOLO Marc A. W’idershien, Class of 1961 Accompanied by Eugene DiGirolamo, Member of the Eaculty VOCAL SELECTION Gerald L. Janey, Class of 1961 VALEDICTORY William C. Dixon, Class of 1961 AWARD OE THE ERANKLIN MEDALS Bernard L. Landers, Class of 1911 AWARD OE THE ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS John P. Regan, Member of the Boston School Committee “AMERICA” — The audience will stand and sing the hrst stanza RECESSIONAL VALEDICTORY This afternoon we celebrate the official de- parture of the Class of 1961 from the English High School. Here we have been taught many fundamental values to guide us in later life. Our school has impressed upon us the necessity for honesty, discipline, knowledge, respect for one another, and sportsmanship. It is well that we have been given these precepts for one of the great needs in this troubled world is a moral rebirth. Our country has not escaped the moral decadence that accom- panies the post war period. Cln account of the increased complexities of our lives, the restora- tion of ethical principles will be a grave problem to the graduates and citizens of tomorrow. In state and city governments throughout the land there has been a resurgence of moral conscience. The training in ethics that we have received at home and in school will aid us to do our part in uplifting the moral tone of the country. Our country will suffer dearly unless there arises a frank honesty in business and government. We must practice what we preach, at home and abroad. Trust scandals and double standards of moralitv in foreign affairs must end. Since our generation will be one to suffer if this moral laxitv continues, it is incumbent upon us to develop “Eirmness in the right as God gives us to see the right.” Our country is moving towards a new fron- tier and we as the graduates of today should do our best to make this journal a successful one. Todav we are the svmbol of the free world and the principal leader against the forces of Com munism. In the United States we face the grave problems of unemployment, poverty, and segre- gation. Since we shall be the future citizens of this country, it is time that we develop a sense of national responsibility. On the world scene, we will be called upon to help fight the tryanny and oppression of Com- munism. Lhis evil covers half the globe and now threatens this hemisphere. Perhaps the near future will decide the fate of this country and of the free world. In that case, the burden of proof will rest heavily upon our shoulders and it will be our task to discover a solution to these ominous problems. The question now arises how can we as individuals and high school graduates help solve these seemingly hopeless dilemmas. The answer is found in the performance of our daily tasks to the best of our abilities no matter how menial or unimportant these tasks may appear. WILLIAM C. DIXON Possibly the greatest thing that we can accomplish in the immediate future is the fur- therance of our education. We have been trained well at English High and it is our duty to rise to the challenge of our times in the tradition of English High graduates. Many of us will go on to more formal education and others of us will immediately take our place in industrv and business. In either case we should extend our education through reading and maintaining a constant awareness of the changes in this com- plicated world. These then are the questions that confront us and if we take a firm stand upon these moral and factual problems we will most certainly survive and conquer them. One equal temper of heroic hearts. “Strong in will,” we, the Class of 1961, resolve to strive to seek, to find, and not to yield. WILLIAM DIXON, Valedictorian AWARDS PRESENTED A1 THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION NORTIIF ASri- IlN L’NIVF I SITY TIIUHSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 C ' lass of 192 5 Awards Fdvvard H. Thompson $100.00 Albert H. Uckerman 100.00 Melvin A. Shikes Award Edward S. Shaw 100.00 . ndrew B. Boch Scholarship William P. Timilty, Jr. 200.00 Louis F. Musco Scholarship Karlis Kirsis 100.00 Benjamin Richmond Scholarship Alfred R. Porecki 100.00 Class of 1895 Awards The Fred R. Miller Physics and Science Scholarship Peter Petros 1 50.00 The James Goldthwaite Mathematics Scholarship Joel E. Kachinsky 150.00 American Legion Medai. .Award John I). McLennan The Class oe 1910 Award Michael N. Kalafatos 100.00 The Class oe 1913 Award Charles A. MeVey 150.00 Col. Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citizen " Award Robert L. Haddad 100.00 Enfjish Award Fred M. Raskind 150.00 Mayor John F. Collins Scholarship William P. Timilty, Jr. 100.00 Class of 1906 Award James E. Beer 100.00 Joseph Kaplan Scholarship Edward S. Shaw 400.00 Joseph B. Klein Scholarship Stephen J. Buckman 200.00 Walter F. Downey Scholarships Thomas W. Mason 150.00 Charles M. Silverman 150.00 Kenneth M. Silvera 1 50.00 Francis J. Murphy 1 50.00 Jeffrey Wineapple 1 50.00 David J. Lvons 150.00 Ronald N. Martell 100.00 Joseph R. Oshry 100.00 Gary A. Glassman 100.00 Cumston Prizes Joel E. Kachinsky 250.00 Paul M. McCabe 250.00 John Bouve Clapp Prize — Class of 1873 — F’nglish Walter E. Salvi, Jr. 150.00 Clarence Walker Barron Memorial Schoi.arships Philip M. Kachinsky 150.00 David A. Cutler 150.00 Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarships Marc A. Widershien 100.00 Stanley P. Linda 100.00 ■Albert H. Wiggin Memorial Schol ARSHIP James F. Beer 200.00 Fhe Newman Silbert Scholarship Award Fred M. Raskind 300.00 F ' .lliott P. Frazier Scholarship William A. Green 150.00 Charles H. S-tone, Jr., Chemistry Scholarship Robert E. White 150.00 J. Clifeord Ronan Schol.yrship William C. Dixon 1 50.00 John E. Bowler Scholarship Alan G. Freedman 150.00 The Class of 1921 Award Frank V. Sparaco 100.00 The Class of 1922 .Award Peter Ozols 100.00 Miah J. Falvey .Awards Francis .X. Cuddy 50.00 Ronald C. Mazzarclla 50.00 John D. McLennan 50.00 Leo C. Palmer 50.00 Frank V. Sparaco 50.00 English High School Ho.me and School Association Scholarships David S ' . Freedman 100.00 Richard L. Katze 100.00 Henry A. Moses 100.00 Steven M. Shor 100.00 Kenneth M. Silvera 100.00 Franklin Medals Fred M. Raskind James F. Beer Joel E. Kachinsky Thomas W. Mason Charles M. Silverman Class of 1911 Med.vl Marc A. Widershien Ronald N. Martell Marc .A. Widershien Stephen J. Buckman William P. Timilty, Jr. Undergraduate Scholarships Angelo Stamoidis 100.00 Robert J. Macicl 50.00 Lawrence E. White 100.00 Mark M. Meltzer 50.00 Arnold Z. Schneider 100.00 Anthony J. Ciampa, Jr. 25.00 Michael J. Mellett Moskow Brothers Scholarship 25.00 The English High School is pleased to announce that it has received a $5,000 Scholarship Fund presented by the Moskow Brothers, namely. Jay I. Moskow, Class of 1914, Myer .Aloskow, Class of 1917; Harry Moskow, Class of 1918; and Abraham Moskow, Class of 1921. CLASS SONG OF 1961 (Air: “Mow Can 1 Leave Thee”) Hail, Alma Mater; To us be ever near; Help us thy motto bear, Dear English High: Thy halls shall honor’d be Through all eternitv: May we still loyal be, English High, to thee. Bright days of youth will Erom mem’ry never part; Thy teachings will remain In ev’ry heart. Thy halls shall honor’d be Through all eternity; May we still loyal be, English High, to thee. Erank V. 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