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

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Z he English 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 Ileport 1820 i foreword We, the Class of 1962, have within the pages of this book, attempted to record the happenings of our final 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 School boy is to become a man of honor and achievement.” Joseph L. Malone Head Master Mead Master ’$ Message As the time for graduation draws near, I welcome this opportunity to say a few words of thanks and appreciation to the members of the Class of 1962 for their splendid service to the school. Yours has been a good class and one which has done much to raise the level of achievement in scholastic and extra-curricular endeavors. You have fostered good school spirit, provided needed leadership to the undergraduate body, and maintained the high scholastic standards that are expected of English High School men. Most of you have taken advantage of the opportunities which the school provides to prepare for further educational opportunities on the collegiate level or to develop marketable skills for business and industrial vocations. You are graduating in the Space Age, an age which will make increased demands on all for wisdom and understanding as well as for efficient and accurate use of knowledge. These will be years of opportunity for those who are mentally alert and educationally qualified to take advantage of them. Therefore, I urge all of you to make the most of your talent and ability through higher education, further study, and additional training. Only thus can you achieve your own best development and use your full potential to realize the aim of every English High School graduate " to become a man of honor and achievement through service to mankind.” LAURENCE RUSSELL ATWOOD A. B. Harvard 1913 Appointed September, 1924 CHARLES F. MURPHY A. B. 1916 Holy Cross Appointed December, 1924 EDWARD FRANCIS BELL B. S. 1922, A. M. 1925 Boston College Appointed October, 1925 IN DEDICATION FOR It is with heartfelt thanks that we dedicate these pages to those members of the faculty whom we belie ' Ve deserve special mention for their outstanding service to the class of 1962, as well as to the entire English High School. Not only do these teachers accomplish riiat which they are expected to, but they also go far beyond the required to accomodate the many trying demands of high school students. It would seem that these teachers have been endowed with an extra measure of patience with which to cope with our many problems, occuring all too often in our high school lives. JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEEHAN A. B. 1929, A. M. 1930 Boston College Appointed March, 1931 ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN Ed. B. 1927 Salem Teachers’ College Ed M. 1931 Boston University Appointed September, 1932 One can only guess at the number of students whose lives and careers have been made success- ful directly through the efforts of one or all of the teachers pictured on these pages. The num- ber must be great indeed, for not only have they been of immeasureable service to the class of 1962, but also to manv graduating classes that have preceeded us. These few lines can hardly express the feelings of gratitude shared by so many for these teachers However, we merely wish to show these men that their work on our behalf does not go unnoticed or unappreciated. In short, “Never have so manv owed so much to so few.” FRANK A. REPETTO Ph. B. Boston College Ph. B., Ed. M., Boston College Appointed September, 1931 ROBERT G. SIMMONS A. B. 1919, Ed. M. 1923 Boston College Appointed September, 1923 PAUL MICHAEL SHEA A. B. 1925 Harvard A. M. 1926 Boston College Appointed September, 1931 JOSEPH L. KENNEY A. B. Holy Cross 1919 Ed. M. Harvard 1928 Appointed January, 1934 OUTSTANDING SERVICE THOMAS GEORGE ECCLES A. B. 1923 Boston College Ed. M. Harvard 1934 Appointed May, 1936 YEAR BOOK ADVISERS Robert Simmons, Russell Langley X earbook Staff CO-EDITORS William W. Barnes, Kevin R. King SPORTS CONTRIBUTORS Standing (left to right): Michael Addesa, Robert Cofield . Sitting (left to right): Eric Himes, Steven Monsein. BUSINESS EDITORS Paul Bevenson, Michael Cutler ART AND TYPING PICTURES Timothy Karalexis, Robert Downes John Flood, David Adler LITERARY CONTRIBUTORS Standing (left to right): Anthony Gamboa, James Finn, Mark Meltzev, Sidney Speigel, David Pagington, Denis Ford, Martin Omansky, Richard Mercadante. Sitting (left to right): Jeffrey Lamia, William Zimmerman, Kenneth Ableman. Editorial On June 7, 1962 we shall become members of the English High School Alumni Association. There is a token enrollment fee, but the real prerequisite for membership is four years of hard work. Being part of this association is an accomplishment and a distinction. It means that we have been prepared in the English Hi gh tradition to take our places in the world and fill these places with HONOR and ACHIEVEMENT. For some of us, graduation from English High will complete our formal education; for others it will not; but for all of us English High has been the most important part of our quest for knowledge. Our school has taught us the necessity of discipline but has planted in us a feeling of compromise. It has given us the opportunity to develop individuality and has tempered this by stressing team work and cooperation. It has shown us that obedience does not mean servility. It has brought us from boyhood to manhood. By attending English High we have been prepared to assume the responsibilities of becoming citizens of the United States of America. It is safe to say we will not all become millionaires, but every one of us will have something more important, the capacity to serve God and Country with sense and devotion. In an age when much emphasis is placed on financial reward, our teachers have shown us by their example the importance of doing one’s job well and the magnitude of self-satisfaction and self-respect derived from duty performed. During our senior year we have seen our country, although in grave danger, maintain its policy of freedom and justice. With the guidance and assistance of our instructors we have formulated opinions, opinions which echo the common sense and knowledge of these men, opinions which will help strengthen the American quest for world peace. And so we see that as students of English High we have gained all of these invaluable character traits. But we have gained something which has completely changed our manner of living, something which makes us live a little better and think a little bigger — the spirit of intellectual curiosity. The Cjolden ' ' Days . . . . . . That Memory ' Brings Thine was the hand that led the wandering feet Along the path that rose to higher things; Thine was the influence, beauteous and sweet, That gave our lives new meaning. We repeat In thought the golden days that memory brings From the dear past, with shining pinions fleet; And in our hearts this message everywhere We hear: “Be clean, be courteous, be square.” As years speed by and as we older grow, Not less shall we revere and praise thy name; And when we hear thy pealing trumpets blow Amid June blossoms, then each year we know Another class is added to thy fame; With us along life’s pathway they shall go; And we, with them, beneath the blue and blue, To English High pledge our allegiance true. Charles H. Stone, Jr. ROBERT E. COFIELD Vice-President KENNETH M. ABLEMAN Executive Committee SARKIS SIMON Secretary- T reasurer Officers JAMES M. HORAN Executive Committee Committee Chairmen KEVIN R. KING DAVID E. REILLY ROBERT J. MACIEL RICHARD L. MERCANDANTE ROBERT A. FRACCASTORO Zhc English High School 1893 - 1894 FACULTY First Row (seated, left to right): Joseph L. Kenney, William L. Hughes, Angelo Traniello, Lawrence R. Atwood, John R. O’Brien, Charles L. McCarthy, William Devore, Arthur J. Sullivan, Elliott P. Frazier, Joseph L. Malone, Headmaster; Thomas G. Eccles, Milton Bornstein, Edwin F. Butters, Robert G. Simmons, Paul M. Shea, Charles E. Murphy, Charles W. Kaufman, Edward F. Bell, John K. Keelon, Peter J. Mullen. Second Row ( standing , left to right): George F. Ferrante, Peter P. George, William Themistocles, Joseph E. Hagan, Russell A. Langley, James F. Keaney, Robert B. Russell, Kevin J. Bowers, John J. Holzman, Charles P. Deninger, Frank A. Repetto, Mark Berger, Carl R. Zidel, Donald C. Dwyer, I. Michael Sallen, John H. O’Neill, Jr., Harold Johnson, Robert P. Carroll, William J. Stewart, Jr., William F. Duffy, William J. McCluskey, Louis Mazer. Third Row (standing, left to right): Patrick J. King, Richard S. Willits, Herbert F. McCarthy, Richard Ryan, William F. Walsh, Andrew L. Gemmel, Patrick J. Donovan, Kenneth A. Johnson, James Houlihan, Arthur F. Gustus, Antonio Gizzi, Donald A. Carbone, Paul F. McNamara, John P. Craven, Paul Heins, Benjamin Levenson, Eben Rosenfield, John P. Doherty, Robert P. Sheridan. Last Row (standing, left to right): Charles E. McGowan, Cyril C. Conroy, Saul L. Seiniger, Jacob Aronson, Ralph H. Berkowitz, Benedict L. Margarone, Hugh M. Jenkins, Eugene DiGirolamo, Arthur F. Gustus, Matthew J. Ruggiero, Daniel F. Tarpey, Thomas R. Aylward, Walter V. O’Brien, Paul Collins, Herbert Kopins, David B. Lynch, Michael R. Landolfi, James F. Wells, James F. Tierney, Anthony N. Penna, Morris Greyser, Frederick J. Gillis, Jr., Robert W. Fisher. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Robert Simmons Thomas Eccles Head Russell Langley Robert Carrol Arthur Gustus Charles Kaufman Head MATH DEPARTMENT John O’Brien Head Michael Sallen Kenneth Johnson Matthew Ruggiero Charles Murphy yPLakitl 1 J-c iuevement HISTORY DEPARTMENT William Themistocles Peter George William Devore Head Joseph Kenney Edwin Mosher ROMANCE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT « in c . can Milton Bornstein Head John Keelon Frank Repetto Antonio Gizzi COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT William Walsh Edward Bell Peter Mullen Louis Mazer Head Joseph Sheehan PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND MILITARY DRILL LATIN AND GERMAN DEPARTMENT C tU . ' It i )e emanate Eugene DiGirolamo Charles McCarthy Head (l. to r.): William McCluskey, Frederick Gillis, Wil- liam Duffy, Joseph King, Arthur Krozy, William Stewart, Robert Fisher VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Paul Shea Joseph Lapidus Edwin F. Butters BAND Peter C. Siragusa ART DEPARTMENT Morris Greyser GLEE CLUB James Houlihan THE OFFICE STAFF Miss Gertrude Erickson Secretary Miss Barbara Maraggia Secretary Miss Gloria Johnson I. B. M. Room 1L H Linen Miss Irene Kelley Librarian Miss Norah Preston Nurse 3fn Jtlcmonnm ENOR EDWARD LUNDIN B. S., M. Ed., Harvard The great teacher develops in his students respect for their fellow-man, love of truth, and desire for wisdom. Such a man was Enor Edward Lundin. Born in Quincy, Massachusetts, he attended the local schools and received his B. S. degree from Harvard in 1914. Then followed a series of assignments which contributed greatly to the enrichment of his background and interests. His first appointment as a teacher at Quincy High was interrupted in 1917 when he volunteered to serve in the navy during World War I. After the war, he taught for one year at the University High School, Cleveland, Ohio, and for two years at Malden High. He joined the Mathematics Department of the English High School in September, 1922. During his early years at English High he continued the interest in navigation, which he had developed while in the navy, by fostering a Mathematics Club which studied various aspects of meteorology and navigation. This extracurricular activity was eventually organized and arranged by him into a full year’s course of study and finally incorporated under the title of M7 as one of the regular elective subjects for seniors. Enor Lundin was a great teacher for many reasons. His early study and experiences as a teacher were varied. He prepared each lesson in detail and with a devotion and zeal that will seldom be equalled. He lived again as a youth with his students as, with them, he “discovered " the various truths and principles of mathematics. He enjoyed teaching. He enjoyed the emotional excitement that comes with the realization that he had planted in some young mind the seed of an idea and that it had flourished. He brought to his students understanding and sympathy. Intolerant of sham and hypocrisy, his own life was marked by simplicity and devotion to his family and his school. Mr. Lundin was always young in mind, always reading and studying, and anticipating the modernization of the curriculum. In his early days he served on various committees which set up courses of study of mathematics for Boston. In later years he contributed to The Mathematics Teacher, published by The National Council of Mathematics Teachers. One of his latest articles was a detailed description and proof of a method of constructing an equilateral triangle equiva- lent to a given square. His latest publication concerned the “Solution of Equations by Means of Rectangular Circuits. " This was a masterful climax to five years’ work in which a method, invented in 1888 by Luigi Cremona, Professor of Mathematics in the University of Rome, was modified and corrected so that it could be used for a solution of polynomial equations of any degree. It is sad, in a sense, that this last article was delivered in Boston on the morning of his death; and yet, it is but a sign that the life and influence of Enor Lundin will continue on in the minds and hearts of his students and friends. RETIREMENT During the thirty-eight years at Boston English High School, Mr. Atwood has contributed much to countless thousands of students. His warm personality and keen interest in his students’ problems made him not only their teacher but a friend as well. Mr. Atwood is a man of high character, a gentleman of broad culture and intellectual interests, and a teacher of deep understanding. He was born and raised in Malden, Massachusetts and his present address is in Malden. From 1913 to 1916 he was treasurer of Urbana University School, Urbana, Ohio; 1916 to 1918, Morristown School, Morristown, New Jersey; 1919 to 1924, sub-master, Malden High School. He was also the treasurer of Chapel Hill School, Waltham. Mr. Atwood entered English High School in September 1924, and his loyalty to the school has been unquestioned. His sincere devotion to his pro- fession, his deep concern in the welfare of the pupils, his great love for science, and his various dissertations on things in general will make him long and fondly remembered by all. LAWRENCE RUSSELL ATWOOD PICTURE COMMITTEE First Row (seated, left to right): Richard Bamberry, David Reilly, Alan Raisman. Second Row (left to right): Ronald Garner, Theodore Koelln, Harry Codings. PROM C First Row (left to right): Michai William Zimmerman. Second Row (left to right): R Horan, Martin Omansky. Class Cl SONG COMMITTEE First Row (left to right): Ernest Felsani, Robert Fraccastoro (Chair- man), Paul Richardson. Second Row (left to right): David Porter, Richard Layne, Anthony Senna. IV1ITTEE ddesa, Kevin King (Chairman), rd Leon, Robert Davis, Joseph YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Seated (left to right): Nicholas Levins, Robert Maciel, Jeff Lamia. Standing (left to right): Anthony Gamboa, Anthony Picarello, Edward Sooper, Pasquale Caporale. mmittees ALUMNI COMMITTEE First Row (left to right): John Gorman, Richard Mercandante, Richard Sinopoli. Second Rote (left to right): Michael Roli, Stanley Berkovitz, Robert Kasparian, Ernest Campagnia. Zhe Stanley Qay Myde Jitch Scholar skip Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch The Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch Scholarship has been established as a result of a recent gift of more than $5,000. to the English High School Association b Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch, a distinguished member of the Class of 1895. It is to be awarded annually at graduation to a member of the graduating class who has distinguished himself as a good school citizen, a superior student, and one who in the judgment of the Head Master is deserving of financial assistance in his desire to further his education in a higher institution of learning. Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1876, attended the English High School, and was graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1900 with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. In 1910 he became associated with the firm of Patterson, Teele, and Dennis; and until his retirement was a certified public accountant. Until recently he served as Chairman of the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Certified Public Accountants. He has been a member of the Council of the Alumni Association of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an instructor in auditing at Boston University. On behalf of the Head Master, the faculty, and the student body, the English High School Record wishes to thank Mr. Fitch for his great generosity, and for his continuing loyalty to the English High School. RICHARD P. ABATE School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Air Force College: Air Force Cadets RAYMOND R. ABRAMS School: Fitton Grammer Ambition: Construction Work College: None Honors: Drum and Bugle 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 1, 4; Crew Team 2, 3, 4. AARON ABEND School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Bowdoin Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Junior Achievement, 2, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. MICHAEL D. ACERRA School: St. John’s Ambition: Spanish Teacher College: State College at Boston Honors: Lawrence Prize 3; Trick Drill 3, 4; Track 2, 3. KENNETH M. ABLEMAN School: Thomas Alva Edison Ambition: Dentist College: George Washington University Honors: Yearbook 4; Class Office Exec. Comm., 4; Baseball 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Office Aide 4; Vice-President of Chemistry Club; Discussion Club 3, 4; Delegate from E. H. S. to Science Lectures 4; Delegate of E. H. S. City of Boston Goodwill Dinner 4; Leadership Training 3; Vice-President of Junior Achievement 3, 4; Head Manager of Souvenir Program 3, 4; Golf Team 4. MICHAEL J. ADDESA School: Boston Latin Ambition: Successful Coach College: Holy Cross Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Base- ball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 4; Track 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Athletic Captain 4; Discussion Club 4; Chemistry Soc. 4; Delegate of E.H.S. to City of Boston Goodwill Dinner 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Crew 3; Prom Committee 4; All- City, All-Conference, All-Scholastic, Football 4. JASON M. ABRAMS School: Boston Latin (Entered English Year 2) Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Honors: Discussion Club 2; Junior Achievement 3. 1821 High School ROBERT N. ANDREWS School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: History Teacher College: State College at Boston DAVID M. ADLER School: Boston Latin School (3) Ambition: Photographic Engineer College: Northeastern University Honors: Yearbook 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 3, 4. ANTHONY N. ANTIDORMI School: St. Anthony School Ambition: To be successful in life College: I might Honors: Fidelity Prize 1; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J. AHERN School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Success College: Undecided Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4. MARTIN H. AUSLANDER School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern University Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3. GARY R. ALBUQUERQUE School: Washington Irving Ambition: To become an M.D. (Doctor) College: Boston University Honors: Honor Roll 2, Yearbook 4; Patrol 3; Chemistry 4; Cadet Officer. MALCOLM B. AWALT School: William C. Russell Ambition: Photographer College: Bentley College Honors: Honor Roll 3, 4. 1962 Zke English THOMAS F. AYLWARD School: William E. Russell Ambition: College College: State Teachers or Northeastern Uni. Honors: Baseball 4. BARRY A. BAKER School: Boston Latin (4) Ambition: Dentist College: University of Mass. RICHARD D. BAMBERRY School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern University Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4. DAVID L. BALANOFF School: B. L. S. Ambition: Lawyer College: Tufts University Honors: Honor Roll 2; Office Aide 3; Discussion Club 3. 1321 RONALD A. BALISE School: William Barton Rogers Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: U. S. Air Force Academy Honors: Fidelity Prize 3; Trick Drill 3, 4; Athletic Captain 3. HOWARD C. BAILEY School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Public Relations College: Boston University Honors: Trick Drill 3; Track 3, 4; Patrol 3. PETER G. BALLANTYNE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Football Manager 2. M962 ROBERT H. BECKER School: Boston Latin (4) Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachusetts High School EDWIN J. BARROWS, JR. School: Timilty Ambition: Public Accountant College: Bentley Honors: Lawrence Prize 3; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Glee Club 3, 4. WILLIAM R. BATTOS School: Latin College: Boston University Honors: Track 4; Patrol 1; Library Corps 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4. WILLIAM W. BARNES School: Latin Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Rutger College Honors: Yearbook 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Record Staff, Literary contributor 4; Class President 4; Football 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 3, 4; Varsity Club, Delegate and Speaker City of Boston Goodwill Dinner 4; Rotary Club 4; Forum Club 4; U. N. Seminar Dele- gate; J. W. V. Goodwill Dinner. DAVID F. BEAN School: Christopher Columbus High Ambition: Engineer College: Bowdoin Honors: Swimming 3, 4. RICHARD J. BAROSSI School: Woodrow Wilson Junior High Ambition: To be a History Teacher College: Boston State College (Lowell State) Honors: Glee Club 4. ALVIN C. BARNES School: Lewis Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern Honors: Basketball 3, 4. GERALD A. BELLAVIA School: John Cheverus Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley Honors: Patrol 1; Office Aide 1. JOHN H. BELYEA School: W. B. Rogers, Hyde Park Ambition: Business and Government College: Suffolk University Honors: Football 4; Patrol 4; Discussion Club 2, 3. STANLEY BERKOVITZ School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Advertising; Business Administration College: Boston University FREDERICK C. BENJAMIN School: Dearborn Ambition: To become a dancer College: American Ballet Theatre Honors: Class Office Vice Pres. 1; Track 2; Patrol 1; Office Aide 1; Room Councillor 1; French Class 1. PAUL BERKOWITZ School: Solomon Lewenburg J. H. Ambition: Astronautical Engineer College: Georgia Tech. Honors: Honor Roll 3; Yearbook 4; Track 2; Chemistry 4; Color Guard 3, 4. PAUL S. BERENSON School: Technical H. S. Ambition: Architect College: Boston University Honors: Yearbook 4; Track 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Chemistry Club 4; Junior Achievement 3; Glee Club 3; Crew 4. STEVEN BERENSON College: N. Y. U. Honors: Track 2; Room Councillor 3; Athletic Captain 2; Discussion Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; J. A. 3, 4. School: Solomon Lewenberg School Ambition: Undecided 1821 1962 RICHARD C. BOOKMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Societ 3; Junior Achievement 2. High School RICHARD F. BLAISDELL School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern Honors: J. A. 3; Trick Drill 3, 4; Chemistry 3, 4. PATRICK J. BOWES School: B. L. S. 2 Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Providence Honors: Yearbook 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Athletic Captain 2; Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 3. PETER S. BOMBARDIERI School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers Honors: Trick Drill 4; Track 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3. ROBERT J. BRACKMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern Honors: Room Councillor 4. PAUL H. BOND School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Boston University Honors: Baseball I. FRANCIS BRADY School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Honors: Band Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, 2nd Lieut. 4; Trick Drill 4. WILLIAM I. BUCCERI School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Major in a Language College: Boston University 1821 JOHN A. BUCKLEY School: Most Holy Redeemer Ambition: Pilot College: Service College Honors: Band 2; Drum and Bugle 3; Patrol 2; 3; Office Aide 3, 4. ALLEN M. BRODIE School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: Mathematician College: Case Institute of Technology Honors: Honor Roll 2; Trick Drill 3, 4; Junior Achievement 2, 4; Crew 3. ROBERT L. BURNS School: James P. Timilty Tr. High Ambition: Pro Hockey College: Michigan State JAMES A. BRANGIFORTE School: John Cheverus Ambition: Millionaire College: University of Miami Honors: Patrol 3, 4. THOMAS E. BRAZIL School: Fitton Ambition: Teacher College: State DOUGLAS P. BUCHANAN School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Follow the sea College: Mass. Maritime Honors: Junior Achievement 3, 4. RUSSELL J. CAMPAGNA School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Motorcycle Policeman College: Chamberlayne High School ERNEST K. CAMPAGNA School: Donald McKay Ambition: Millionaire College: Miami Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Alumni Comm. PASQUALE CAPORALE School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a store manager and a buyei Honors: Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize (Italian 1, 2); Yearbook 4; Class Office (School Governor 4); Athletic Captain 1, 2, 3, 4. 7962 PAUL D. BURTON School: J. P. Timilty Jr. High Ambition: To be Commercial Artist College: Boston University Honors: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Trick Drill 4; Track 4. PAUL E. CAFFREY School: William H. Taft Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Northeastern Honors: Trick Drill 2, 3; Baseball 2; Patrol 2; Office Aide 3; Room Councillor 2; Science 3; Chess 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4. JOSEPH S. CAMPISI School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Businessman College: Boston College Honors: Trick Drill 4; Crew 2, 3, Captain 4. EUGENE A. CAMPANARO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Archeologist College: University of Arizona Honors: Class Office 3; Baseball 4; Basketball Football 4; Patrol 3. 2; MICHAEL J. CAPPUCCIO School: Dearborn Grammer Ambition: Tree Surgeon EARL D. CARRICK School: James P. Timilty Jr. High Ambition: Sociologist College: Northeastern Honors: Track 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3. LOUIS A. CARANGELO School: Robert Gould Shaw J. H. S Ambition: Bootlegger College: Brown Honors: Basebali 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3, (Co-captain 4). ARTHUR E. CARTER School: M. Curley Ambition: To be a Pathologist College: Villanova Honors: Track 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT L. CARLSON School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: To be a success College: Undetermined WILLIAM G. CARPENTER School: Boston Latin (4) Ambition: Mathematics College: Northeastern Honors: Trick Drill 3. JOSEPH A. CASELLA School: Technical High Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Honors: Athletic Captain 1; Chemistry 4. 1821 High School WILLIAM A. CHELIO School: W. B. Rogers J. H. S. Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Honors: Chemistry 3, 4. JOHN S. CAVE School: Rice School Ambition: Aviator College: East Coast Aero Tech. Honors: Fidelity Prize 1; Track 4. JOHN V. CHILDS School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Minister College: Concordia Junior College Honors: Band 2, 3, 4. ALAN G. CAWSTON School: St. Margaret’s School Ambi tion: Teacher College: Boston State College Honors: Glee Club 1. GERALD R. CHMIGLINSKI School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: To become successful in business Honors: Baseball 2, 3. JOHN F. CESARIO School: Michelangelo J. H. S. Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Honors: Trick Drill 3; Crew 3, 4. MICHAEL CLARK School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Collect $100 Bills College: Tufts, Northeastern Honors: Football 2. 1962 ROBERT E. COFIELD School: J. P. Timilty J. H. S. Ambition: To become a lawyer College: Boston College Honors: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, Yearbook 4; Class Office Comm. 4 (1st Lieut.); (Vice. Pres.); 3, 4; Varsitv Record 1; Military Discussion Club 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 (Capt. All-City); Junior Achievement 3, 4; N. C. C. J. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Athletic Captain 3; Student Council 2; E. H. S. Road-e-o Winner 3. HARRY R. COLLINGS Ambition: To be an attorney College: Boston College Honors: Yearbook 3, 4; Track 2; Library Corps 4; Junior Achievement (Captain Drill 3). NORMAN B. COHEN School: T. A. Edison Ambition: To own my own hotel and be a success College: Michigan State University Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4 (1st Lieut.); Track 2; J. A. 3. FRANCIS J. CONLEY School: B. C. High Ambition: Business Engineer College: Boston University ROBERT F. COHEN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Chemical engineering College: Northeastern Honors: Fidelity Prize 3; Trick Drill 3, 4; Track 2; Room Councillor 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4. JOHN M. CONLEY School: Clarence R. Edwards College: Boston College Ambition: Teacher of History and Mathematics Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councillor 4. HARRY R. COLANGELO School: Donald McKay Ambition: Hairdresser College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Track 2. 1821 WILLIAM J. CORCORAN School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley School High WILLIAM P. CONNELL School: Cathedral High Ambition: Business College: B. U. or Burdett Honors: Patrol 2; Office Aide 2; Library Corps 3, 4. WILLARD J. COPELAND School: Patrick Gavin Ambition: To be a success Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Baseball 4; Track 1. RICHARD H. COSGRO School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Mechnical Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Honors: Lawrence Prize 3; Art Team 3, 4. MICHAEL S. CUTTER School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Dentist College: Adelphi Honors: Yearbook 4; Crew 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Chemistry Club 4; Prom Comm. 4; J. A. 3, 4. GEORGE M. CORBETT School: Prince School Ambition: To be a lawyer College: Boston College Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Athletic Captain 4; (President this year) Camera Club 3; Glee Club 1. JOHN E. DANGELO School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Art 3. GERALD S. DAVIDSON School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business Administration College: Boston College Honors: Band 2, 3, 4. 1821 MATTHEW DELUENTAL School: Blessed Sacrament J. P. Ambition: Accountant Honors: Track 3, 4. FRANK R. DAVIS School: Rice Ambition: To be a federal agent College: Boston University Honors: Trick Drill 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Room Councillor 1. MICHAEL J. DeMARCO School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: Teacher College ■ University of Miami Honors: Honor Roll 1; Track 2; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 3; Room Councillor 3; Chemistry 4; Science 2. ROBERT L. DAVIS School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Physical Education Inst. College: University of Conn. Honors: Record 4; Band 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2, 3; 1st Lieutenant, Varsity Club, Prom Committee. STANLEY C. DeMARTINIS School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: I hope to be an attorney College: Boston College Honors: Baseball 3, 4; Captain in Military Drill 4. School: A. Lincoln E. School Ambition: Law College: Suffolk University Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2. AUGUSTO DELACT High School RALPH F. DiANGELIS School: Donald McKay Jr. High School Ambition: To be a teacher College: Boston State Teachers College Honors: Fidelity Prize 3; Junior Achievement 3; C. A. P. 3. ALVIN G. DENENBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Veterinarian Honors: Honor Roll 2; J. A. 4. ANTHONY L. DiPIETRO School: Immaculate Conception, Revere Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Georgia Institute of Technology Honors: Trick Drill 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3. ■HHH ■ ROBERT DeSCISCIO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Retail Business Honors: Glee Club 3, 4. MARTIN V. DOLAN School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Captain Drill 4; Junior Achievement 3. ARTHUR J. DEVLIN School: Cleveland Ambition: To be a State Trooper College: University of Miami Honors: Track 2; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 3; Swimming 3, 4; Crew 2, 3, 4; Chemistry 4; Science 2. JOHN D’ONOFRIO School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Yearbook 4; Crew 4. 1962 JAMES K. DOW School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Business Management College: Northeastern Honors: Basketball (Manager) 2; Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4. ASTER J. DYE School: Prince School Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentley College Honors: Patrol 3; Office Aide 3. ROBERT N. DOWNES School: Sherwin Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Wentworth FRANK E. EASTMAN School: Prince School Ambition: Government Foreign Service College: Northeastern Honors: Fidelity Prize 2. RALPH T. DOYLE School: Latin Ambition: Naval Officer College: Annapolis WILLIAM J. ELD REDGE School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Bentley WILLIAM J. DWYER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Medicine College: Undecided Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Track 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4. 1821 High School ROBERT J. EVERS School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Trick Drill 3. BERNAD G. ELKIN School: Boston Latin H. S. (3) Ambition: Business Management College: University of Massachusetts WARREN R. ELLIOTT School: B. L. S. (4) Ambition: Graduate from College College: Northeastern Honors: Crew 2, 3, Co-captain 4. FRANKLIN P. FELDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Marketing-Advertising College: Northeastern WELLINGTON B. FAIRWEATHER School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Electrical Engineering College: Northeastern University Honors: Commission ( 1st lieutenant) 4. WALTER S. EVANS School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: To graduate from college College: Boston University Honors: Trick Drill 3; Swimming 3, 4; Crew 3,4; Chemistry 4. ERNEST L. FELZANI School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Honors: Yearbook 4; Chemistry Society 4. JOHN A. FERRANDINI School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To own my own business College: Bentley College PHILIP FINER School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be an engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Patrol 3; Office Aide 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3; Sergeant 4. ROBERT F. FERRARA School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley STEPHEN J. FINER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be an Accountant College: University of Mass. Honors: Track 3; Crew Team 2, 3. ANTHONY R. FIGLIOLINI School: Washington Irving Ambition: Management College: University of Mass. JAMES J. FINN School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Honors: Yearbook 4; Junior Achievement. PAUL E. FINER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Honors: Athletic Captain 3; Crew 2, 3; Science Lectures 3; Chemistry Society 4. 1821 High School PAUL J. FLAHERTY School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Be a millionaire College: Boston College GERARD M. FINNERTY School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Banking College: Bentley ALLEN R. FLANZBAUM School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To enter into business College: Bentley STEPHEN M. FINOCCHI School: Saint Marks Ambition: Construction College: Northeastern Honors: Patrol 1 ; Athletic Captain 1 . JOHN H. FLOOD, JR. School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Work with National Geographic Maga- zine College: Boston State College Honors: Yearbook 4; Trick Drill 4; Track 4; Patrol 3; Photography, Glee Club. MARTIN FISHER JR. School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Success College: Suffolk University Honors: Football 2, 3; Chemistry Club, Discus- sion Club. EDWARD J. FLYNN School: Boston Latin (1) Ambition: Journalist College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1; Athletic Captain 4. PAUL G. FOLEY School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: College Graduate College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Trick Drill 3; Track 3; Patrol 1; Room Councillor 4. 1821 NEIL A. FRANK School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Historian College: Boston University Honors: Discussion Club 4; UNESCO Conference 4; United Nations Trip 2. DENIS F. FORD School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Career Officer in Coast Guard College: U. S. Coast Guard Academy Honors: Yearbook 4; Trick Drill 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; 1st Lieu. 4. DOUGLAS B. FRASER School: Prince Ambition: Air Force Honors: Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize (typing I, O. P. I) 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Trick Drill 4; Crew Team 2, 3. ROBERT A. FRACCASTORO School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: Engineer (electronical or architectural) College: University of Mass. Honors: Honor Roll 1; Band 1, 2, (1st Sgt.) 3; (Com.-Capt.) 4; Class Office (Sec. Treas.) 1; Patrol 2; Office Aide 2. 3, 4; Room Councillor 1; Athletic Capt 2; Chemistry Society 4; Variety Show 2, 4; Chairman of Song Com. 4; Manager of G. R. RICHARD D. FULLER School: Dwight School Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley School of Business and Account- ing Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize (Book- keeping) 2, (Business Law) 3; Drum and Bugle 1; Track 2; Athletic Captain 2; Junior Achievement. DONALD N. FRANCIS School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: To be an Electronic Engineer College: Wentworth Institute High School JOHN J. GARTLAND School: B. L. S. Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Mass. Honors: Track 3; Chemistry 4. PAUL M. GALANTE School: William Barton Rogers Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Honors: Trick Drill 4. HARVEY S. GASKILL School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Vi lover, Vi athlete, Vi mathematician College: M.I.T. JOHN U. GALLARELLI School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern ANTHONY M. GATTO School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Sportscaster College: Mass. Radio and T.V. ANTHONY M. GAMBOA School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Honors: Yearbook 4; Trick Drill 3; Yearbook Com. 4; President of Chemistry Club, Junior Achievement 3, 4. PETER D. GENATOSSIO School: Boston Technical Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Honors: Football 2. VINCENT C. GOGLIA School: William Barton Rogers Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 4; Crew 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officer 4; Art Team 3, 4. DAVID C. GILMAN School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers Honors: Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize (Math.) 3; Yearbook 4; Baseball (Manager) 3, 4; Chemistry. 1821 DOMENIC P. GENTILE School: Grover Cleveland J. H. S. Ambition: Prominent Businessman College: Boston Clerical Honors: Trick Drill 1; Baseball 1; Patrol 1; Library Corps 1; Room Councillor 1. MARK H. GLASSMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business success College: Northeastern University Honors: Room Councillor 4. THOMAS F. GEYSEN School: C. R. Edwards Jr. High Ambition: Mathematician College: University of Mass. Honors: Honor Roll 2; Athletic Captain 3. ROBERT S. GILL School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success College: Tufts Dental JOHN J. GOGLIA School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: State Trooper Honors: Crew Team 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4. High School BRUCE S. GOODWIN School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a history teacher College: Bridgewater State Teachers Honors: Honor Roll 1; Trick Drill 3. DAVID E. GOLDENBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts University Honors: Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Junior Achievement 3; Senior Symphony 2, 3, 4; English High Representative to Young Adult’s Council of the Mattapan Branch of the Boston Public Library 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN J. GORMAN School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Chemistry. JOHN C. GOLDSBERRY School: St. Ann’s Ambition: Electronics Technician College: Plus School of Business Honors: Patrol 3. HERBERT F. GREENE School: St. Kevin’s Ambition: Clerical Worker College: Bentley Honors: Patrol 1. CLAUDE A. GOODRICH School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High School Ambition: Business $25,000 a year College: Burdett DAVID J. GRAVIN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Harvard University Honors: $100 Undergraduate Scholarship 2; Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize (French) 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Junior Achievement 3; Boston Public Symphony 2, 3, 4 NORMAN J. GREENFIELD School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Become a businessman College: None FRANCIS W. GROGGETT School: Washington Irving Ambition: Ministry College: Wesleyan Univ. Honors: Glee Club 4. MICHAEL S. GREENSIDE School: Latin Ambition: Mechanical Engineering College: Northeastern University Honors: Honor Roll 1; Track 1. STEPHEN E. GROLNIC School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a success College: University of Connecticut Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Patrol 3, 4. ROBERT A. GRIFFIN School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: School Teacher, Jr. High College: Boston State Honors: Baseball 2; Hockey 2; Athletic Captain 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. EDWARD W. GRYNCEL School: William Barton Rogers Ambition: Draftsman, Engineer College: Wentworth Honors: Trick Drill 4. MARSHALL B. GRODBERG School: Boston Latin School (3) Ambition: Business College: Boston University Honors: Yearbook 4; Drum and Bugle 3, 4; Dis- cussion 4; Junior Achievement 3. 1821 l THOMAS H. HAMILTON School: Boston Latin (4) Ambition: To study law (Lawyer) College: Claremont Men’s College School High ROCCO J. GUARNACCIA School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: To be a successful businessman College: Yes Honors: Patrol 1. ROBERT J. HANDY School: Dwight Ambition: To be a C.P.A. in business College: Bentley Honors: Drum and Bugle 1; Track 2, 3, 4. FRANK J. GUISTO School: Donald McKay Jr. High Ambition: To succeed in life College: Boston College Honors: Track 4. ANDREW M. HANSEN School: John Cheverus Ambition: College College: Tufts Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Crew 3, 4; Room Councillor 1. GERALD L. HALETKY School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Become a Commercial Illustrator College: Massachusetts School of Art School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Honors: Trick Drill 4; Track 2; Chess 4; Swim- ing Team 2. 1 962 WILLIAM H. HARRIMAN MICHAEL HART School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Social Work College: Clark University Honors: Trick Drill 3; Chemistry 4; Discussion LAWRENCE M. HERSHMAN School: Thomas A. Edison, Jr. High Ambition: To be a Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2; Student Council 2. JOHN B. HAWKES School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston ERIC L. HIMES School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Minister College: Boston University Honors: Yearbook 4; Trick Drill 3; Football Track 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3; Varsity Club J. A. 4; Cadet Officer. WILLIAM E. HAWKES Boston Latin (2J School: Ambition: To make a million dollars College: Northeastern University Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Camera Club 1; Dis- cussion Club 3. ANTONIO F. HOLLAND School: Timilty Ambition: Success College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Trick Drill 4; Chemistry 3; Discussion 3. LEONARD HAWRILENKO School: B. L. S. Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Honors: Track 2. 1821 High School JOSEPH F. HORAN School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To make a million dollars College: Purdue Honors: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 4; Athletic Captain 2; Chemistry 4; Prom Committee 4; Varsity Club. ROBERT T. HOLM School: Columbus High Ambition: To enter the field of Aeronautics College: Undecided HAROLD B. HORW1TZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Meteorologist College: Undecided REGINALD L. HOOD School: Dwight School Ambition: To be an Embalmer College: N. E. Institute School of Embalming Honors: Track 3, 4; Office Aide 3. STEPHEN M. HOURIGAN School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Enter a profession College: Tufts Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Office Aide 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Secretary 4. JAMES M. HORAN School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: To study law College: Boston College Honors: Yearbook 4; Class Office 4; Golf (Capt.) 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 4; Chemistry 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. DANIEL A. INDICIANI School: Technical High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College mm mm 1962 ANTHONY A. IOVAINE School: St. Anthony’s School Ambition: To go to college and become a success College: Chamberlayne Junior College Honors: Crew 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3. Zke English f HARVEY O. JANOFSKY School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a Lawyer College: Northeastern Univ. RALPH T. JACKSON School: Lewis Junior High School Ambition: Architect College: Northeastern Honors: Trick Drill 3. WILLIAM H. JEFFERY School: Prince Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1; Class Office 1; Room Councillor! . MORGAN JAMES School: John W. D. Weeks, Newton Ambition: Physicist College: B. U. Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Room Councillor 3, 4. RICHARD O. JAMESON School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: A career in the Navy College: Officer’s training in the Navy Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Crew 4; Science Club 2 . RONALD J. ITRI School: B. L. S. Ambition: Dentistry College: Tufts Honors: Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Patrol 4; Office Aide 1; Camera Club 2; Discussion Club 4. 1821 GEORGE J. KALOGIANNIS School: P. T. C. Ambition: To be a Captain in the Merchant Marines College: Annapolis Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Patrol 3; Athletic Captain 3; Vice-President of A. A. High School JOHN J. JENNINGS, JR. School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To become a State Trooper EDWARD H. KAPLAN School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Succesful businessman College: Bentley Honors: Trick Drill 3, Captain 4; O. T. D. C. 4. GEORGE KARALEXIS School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Physical Instructor College: Northeastern University Honors: Track 2. LOUIS JONES School: Dwight Ambition: Accountant RONALD G. KAHN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting and Finance Honors: Track 3; Bowling Team 2. College: Harvard Honors: Drum and Bugle 1; Trick Basketball 3; Track 2; Patrol 2. Drill 4; ROBERT KAPLAN School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Chemistry Society 4; Chess Club 4. 1821 , ROBERT KASPARIAN School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Honors: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4. (Capt.) WALTER P. KENNEY School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Yearbook 3, 4; Record 3, 4; Crew 3, 4; Office Aide 3. JOHN A. KASZANEK School: Martin Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Boston University Honors: Honor Roll 1; Drum and Bugle 1; Basket- Ball 2. DAVID J. KEYO School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: To be a success College: Boston College Honors: Band 2, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 3 (2nd Lt.); Patrol 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH KAY School: B. L. S. (3) Ambition: To be a Physicist of Honor and Achievement College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Honors: Chemistry Society 1; Science Club 1. KEVIN R. KING School: Latin Ambition: Public Relations College: Rutgers Honors: Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize 1; Year- book 3, 4 (Co-editor); Class Office 1 (Vice Pres.); Football 2; Track 2, 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Room Councillor 1, 2; Pres, of Boston Junior Achievement, Delegate to Boston University Editorial Con., Chairman of Prom Committee. BERNARD R. KEENAN School: Dearborn Ambition: To be an Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting Honors: Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; French Club 1, 2. THEODORE F. KOELLN 1962 High School LEONARD KIZNER School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: Business Management College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; “Young Adult Youth Council” 2, 3; authorized by Principal of Boston Latin School and Boston English High, French Club. School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Electronic Technician Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Class Office 4 (Cam- paign Manager); Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; 1st Lieutenant Trick Drill and Staff Officer. RONALD S. KING School: Washington Irving Ambition: Accounting or Engineering College: Wentworth or Bentley PETER H. KIRKORIAN School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Druggist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Honors: Honor Roll 3; Trick Drill 3, 4; Adminis- trative Officer (2nd Lieutenant). BRYCE A. KRAMER School: Solomen Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Engineer College: Texas A M Honors : Chemistry 3. CLYDE KRIKORIAN School: Boston Latin Ambition: Journalist College: Northeastern University Honors: Baseball 4; Track 4; Chemistry 3, 4. MICHAEL J. KOUMARIANOS School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Newspaper Reporter College: Boston University Honors: Basketball 2, 3, 4 (Manager); Library Corps 3, 4 (President); Cadet Officer 1st Lieutenant. Club JOHN F. KUCHERER School: B. L. S. (3) Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentley School of Accounting Finance Honors: Basketball 4. and ALGIS L. LAPSYS School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Mechnical Engineering College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 2; Trick Drill (Color Guard) 3, 4; Soccer Team 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2; Chess Club 3. PETER E. LALOOSES School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern University Honors: Fidelity Prize 2; Trick Drill 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4; Administrative Officer 4 (2nd Lieutenant). PAUL A. LaTORRACA School: Mary E. Curley School Ambition: Electronics Technician College: Franklin Institution Honors: Band 2; Trick Drill 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; O. T. D. C. 4; Drill 1st Lieut. Staff Officer Drill Team 1st Lieut. JEFFREY A. LAMIA School: B. L. S. ( 2) Ambition: Government Service College: Franklin and Marshall Honors: Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize (Modern History) 3: Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook 4; Room Councillor 3, 4; Discussion Club (Pres.) 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Officer UNESCO Conference Representative for E. H. S. 4; Year- book Committee 4. HENRY P. LATSON School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Engineer College: Delaware State Honors: Track 2, 3, 4. WAYNE J. LANGFORD School: Sherwin Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley Honors: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 1; Athletic Captain 1. 1821 STANLEY LEIBERMAN Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High School School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High S Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Honors: Chemistry Club 4; Chess Club 4. High School STANLEY G. LEVINE School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: To become a Physician College: Tufts Honors: Chemistry Club 4. 1962 RICHARD H. LAYNE School: William E. Russell Ambition: To become a Physical Ed. Teacher College: Undecided Honors: Drum and Bugle 1; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Patrol 1, 3, 4; Office Aide 1; Library Corps 4; Athletic Captain 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dis- cussion 2. RICHARD J. LEON School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Honors: Athletic Captain 4; Prom Committee 4; Camera Club 2; Chemistry Club 4; Crew Team 2, 3, 4. HARRY V. LeBLANC School: John Cheverus Ambition: Technician College: Wentworth Honors: Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Class Office 1; Crew 2, 3, 4; Patrol 1; Room Council- lor 1 SUMNER J. LEVENSON School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: To be a Dentist College: Tufts University Honors: Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Chemistry Club 3, 4; UNESCO Conference (Oct. 24) 3. ROBERT J. LeBLANC School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley School of Accounting NICHOLAS J. LEVINS School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Draftsman College: University of Mass. Honors: Trick Drill 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2; Athletic Captain 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Lt. in Drill. THOMAS W. LOVETT School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: To march College: Fort Dix Honors: Office Aide 4. MAJOR H. LEWIS School: Dwight School Ambition: C. P. A., Entertainer, Owner of a Night Club College: Bentley College of Accounting Honors: Honor Roll 3; Band 4; Drum and Bugle 3, 4; Drum Major 4; Track 4; Junior Achieve- ment. JAMES L. LOVING School: Lewis Junior High School Ambition: Certified Public Acountant College: Bentley College Honors: Military Comm. (Sgt.) 2, 3, 4; 2, 3. Patrol GERALD L. LIBERFARB School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Tufts University Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Stamp Club, Coin Club, Chess Club. JAMES V. LUNETTA, JR. School: Michelangelo Junior High Ambition: Marketing College: Chamberlayne Honors: Crew 2; Lunch Room Patrol 3. EDWARD G. LLOYD School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern or Morgan State Honors: Honor Roll 3; Basketball 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4. 1821 High School dennis t. McDonough School: James P. Timilty Jr. High Ambition: Be a Teacher College: Mass. State Teachers College Honors: Office Aide 4. KENNETH T. LYONS School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Chemist College: Worcester Polytechnic Honors: Drum and Bugle 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Science Club 4. LEO R. McGONAGLE School: St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition: Graduate from College College: Clerical School Honors: Swimming Team 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4. PETER J. McCARRICK School: Woodrow Wilson Junior High Ambition: Newspaperman College: Bentley Honors: Baseball 2; Patrol 3; Office Aide 2, 4. GERALD C. McGOWAN School: Francis Parkman Ambition: To attend Boston College College: Boston College Honors: Office Aide 4. allan a. Macdonald School: Martin School Ambition: Undecided College: B. U. Honors: Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Trick Drill 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2; Discussion Club 3, 4. vincent k. McLaughlin School: Grover Cleveland College: B. C. Honors: Trick Drill (Sgt.) 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4. 1962 1821 ' ROBERT J. MACIEL School: Gamaliel Bradford Sr. High, Wellesley Ambition: Electronics Engineering College: Harvard or M. E T. Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Yearbook (Chair- man) 4; Record 3, Editor 4; Track 2, 3; Office Aide 3; Discussion Club 4; Forum Club 4; Harvard Prize Book; National Merit Semi- Finalist; Student Council Member-at-Large; National Honor Society. WILLIAM J. MALINOWSKI School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High School Ambition: Electronics Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4. CHESTER J. MACIEROWSKI School: B. L. S. (4) Ambition: To be Prosperous College: Boston College Honors: Drum and Bugle 4. JOHN J. MALONE School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Honors: Patrol 3. ROBERT J. MADDEN School: Boston College High Ambition: To be an Executive College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Honor Roll 1; Trick Drill 2; Baseball 1; Hockey 3; Track 2; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Chess Club. RICHARD D. MANGONE School: Donald Mckay Ambition: Draftsman College: Aleomino College, California Honors: Trick Drill 2, 3; Track 2; Office Aide 4. JAMES A. MAGNASCO School: John Cheverus Ambition: To become President of U. S. College: Harvard Honors: Honor Roll 1; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. WILLIAM B. MARTIN School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Teacher College: State Teachers or Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 3; Chess Club 3, 4; Crew Swiming. High School 1962 JOSEPH J. MANKEWICH School: B. C. High Ambition: To Graduate College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Trick Drill 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- Ball 2; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4. ROGER D. MAZUR School: Washington Irving Jr. High Ambition: Teaching College: Boston University Honors: Patrol 3; Office Aide 4. ANTONIO A. MARINO School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Radio and TV College: Boston University Honors: Honor Roll 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Boston Jr. Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Boston Symphony 2, 3; Glee Club 4. ROBERT P. MAZZARINO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Become a man of Honor and Achieve- ment College: Wentworth Honors: Football 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 3, 4; Glee Club. DAVID A. MARSH School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Astrobiologist College: Boston University Honors. Glee Club 2, 3; Chess Club 2, 3. GARY L. MEDNICOV School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Honors: Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Chemistry Club 4; Chess Club 2, 3. DANTE M. MEMMOLO School: Sacred Heart High, East Boston Ambition: Jet Pilot U.S.M.C. College: Suffolk University Honors: Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Chemistry Club 4; Chess Club 4; Science Club 4. HOWARD N. MILLER School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Dentist College: Clark University Honors: Athletic Captain 3; Discussion 4; Chemistry 4. ROBERT M. MEMMOLO School: Donald McKay Jr. High Ambition: To succeed College: Northeastern ROBERT L. MILLER School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern University Honors: Track 2, 3, 4. RICHARD L. MERCADANTE School: St. Theresa, West Roxbury Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Yearbook 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2, 3. FRANCIS J. MIETHE School: B. L. S. (I) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 3; Track 2, 3. 1821 RICHARD MOHRIEZ School: Rice-Franklin Ambition: Food Business Honors: Band 2, 3, (Master. Sgt.) 4; Trick Drill 4; Office Aide 4. High School JAMES E. MORI ARTY School: St. Mary, East Boston Ambition: Business College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1. RICHARD A. MOLEA School: John Cheverus Ambition: Navy College: O. C. S. Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2; Drum and Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; Crew Team 3; Library Corps 2, 3, 4. EDWARD I. MORRIS School: Solomen Lcwenbcrg Jr. High Ambition: Physical Therapist College: Boston University Honors: Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Baseball 2; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2; Chess Club 3; Chemistry Club 4. ROBERT F. MOLON EY School: Martin School Ambition: Electronics Engineer College: M. I. T. Honors: Honor Roll 1; Patrol 3. WILLIAM T. MORSE School: Patrick T. Campbell College: Howard University Honors: Track 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN B. MONSEIN School: Boston Latin School (3) Ambition: Lawyer College: Syracuse Honors: Honor Roll 3; Yearbook 4; Crew 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 3; Athletic Captain 3; Chemistry Club 4. ROBERT J. MOYNIHAN School: Boston Latin (4) Ambition: Coast Guard Honors: Crew 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 4; French Club 1. 1962 EDWARD J. MULLANEY School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Ship’s Captain College: Massachusetts Maritime Academy Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Chemistry Club 4; Science Club 2. MELVIN M. NASH School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: To become a man of Honor and Achievement College: University of Mass. Honors: Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Office Aide 4; Chess Club 3; Chemistry 4. 1821 BRIAN S. MURPHY School: B. L. S. (3) Ambition - To be successful College: Duke University Honors: Lawrence Prize (Latin) 3; Football 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Athletic Captain 4 DONALD L. NEVILLE School: Lewis Ambition: To be a Typist College: North Carolina Honors: Record 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT D. NATHANSON School: Solomon Lewenberg College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Patrol (Lunch Room) 3; Captain 3; Lunchroom Staff 3. Athletic School: William Barton Rogers Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Air Force Academy Honors: Lawrence Prize 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Trick Drill 3, 4; Track 4; Crew 2, 3, 4; Art Team 2, 3, 4: Chemistry Club (Secretary) 4. WILLIAM D. MURPHY WILLIAM H. NELSON School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: Businessman College: University of Connecticut Honors: Swimming (State Champion 1, 2, 3). 2, 3, 4. High School THOMAS F. O ' CONNELL School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Honors: Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4. ROBERT L. NEWTON School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: To attend college College: Bentley Honors: Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize 3. MARTIN B. OMANSKY School: Boston Latin Ambition: Diplomacy College: Colby College Honors: Honor Roll 1; Room Councillor 4; Discussion Club 2; Pres. Speaking Club 3; Prom Committee 4; Represented E. H. S. at National Forensic Conference 2; International Career Conference 4; UNESCO Conference 4. THOMAS J. NORTON School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: To be a success in life, and to go 180 M.P.H. in a quarter mile Honors: Football 2, 3; Room Councillor 2. FRANCIS X. ORAM School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Band 3, 4; E. H. S. Chemistry Soc. Com- mitteeman 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3. PETER K. NOWD School: Boston Latin (4) Ambition: Accountant, Teacher College: University of Mass. STEPHEN R. OSOFSKY School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Music Educator College: Boston University Honors: Band 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, Variety Show, Boston Public School Sr. Symphony Band 2, 3, 4; Boston Public School Sr. Sym- phony Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Southeastern Massa- chusetts District Band, Massachusetts All-State Band, Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra. 1962 ROBERT D. O’TOOLE CHARLES C. PARKER School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Chemist College: Tufts University Honors: Chemistry Club 4; Glee Club 4. 1821 School: South Boston High Ambition: Further education College: University of Mass. Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2; Chemistry Club. PETER K. PAGINGTON School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: High School Teacher College: University of Mass. Honors: Yearbook 4; Record (Contributor) 4; Trick Drill 3, 4 (Captain 4); Basketball (Mgr.) 4; Track 4; Patrol (Lunchroom) 1, 3, 4; Crew 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain 4); Junior Achievement 3, 4; French Club (Vice Pres.) 3. SIDNEY G. PARKER School: Boston Latin School (3) Ambition: Building Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 2. RICHARD P. PALMIERI School: B. L. S. (4) Ambition: Educator College: State College Honors: Trick Drill 3; Patrol 3; Science Club 2; French Club 3, 4. ROBERT F. PASCARELLI School: William E. Russell Ambition: Electronic Engineer Honors: Patrol 1; Choral Practice 1, 2. HOWARD D. PARKER School: Robert Gould Shaw College: University of Mass. Honors: Health Room Corps 4; Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3. PALMER A. PETERS School: Brighton H. S. Ambition: Major in Phys. Ed., Swimming Instruc- tor College: Undecided Honors: Swim Team. High School School: Boston Technical High School Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Class Office 2; Basketball 4; Track 2 Patrol 3; Office Aide 2; Chemistry Club 3 Science Club 1; Discussion Club 2. 1962 JOHN J. PENNIO School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Physician College: Boston University Honors: Trick Drill 3. VILIS PASTS School: Boston Latin School ( 1 ) Ambition: Success in business College: Northeastern DANIEL J. PETR1NI School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk Law Honors: Glee Club 3, 4. GEORGE A. PHILLIPS ALEXIS L. PENDLETON School: Blessed Sacrament (grammar school) Ambition: College College: Bentley School of Accounting Honors: Track 1, 2, 3; Patrol (Cafeteria) 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 2, 3. EDWARD P. PETRINI School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Engineering Technician College: Wentworth Institute ANTHONY R. PICARELLO School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Businessman College: B. C. or B. U. Honors: Baseball 3, 4; Football 2. JOSHUA POWELL School: Timilty Ambition: Success College: Undecided PHILIP E. PIETROWSKI School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Become a Medical Technician Honors: Trick Drill 3, (Color Guard) 4; Science Club 2. ROBERT G. POWERS School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: French Student Honors: Lawrence Prize 2, 3; Science Club 2. STEPHEN R. POLONSKY School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern College of Pharmacy Honors: Honor Roll 2; Chemistry Club 4. 1821 WARREN E. PRESCOTT School: Lewis Jr. High School Ambition: Minister College: Central Bible Institute Honors: Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Discus- sion 2; Glee Club 3, 4. DAVID J. P. PORTER School: William E. Russell Ambition: Career-Diplomat (Foreign Service Corps) College: Northeastern University Honors: Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 1, 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; E. H. S. Representative to Concord-Carlisle Regional H. S. ALAN B. RAISMAN School: B. L. S. Ambition: Meteorologist College: University of Mass. Honors: Honor Roll 1; Trick Drill 3; Crew Team 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Employment 1, 2, 3, 4; Lunchroom work 2, 3. ANTHONY J. PUGLIESE School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Honors: Fidelity Prize 2. HAROLD L. RALSTON School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Television Production and Direction College: B U. Honors: Patrol 3, 4. ROBERT A. PURDY School: William E. Russell Junior High Ambition: C. P. A. College: Boston School of Business Education Honors: Band 2, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 1; Room Councillor 2. DONALD J. RANELLI School: Donald McKay Jr. High Ambition: To make a million College: University of Mass. Honors: Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize 2; Athletic Captain 3. High School STUART M. RADONSKY School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern 1962 Honors: Track 2, 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Bowling Club 2; Cross Country 3, 4; Cheer Leader 4; Employment 1, 2, 3, 4; Lunch room work 2, 3. FREDERICK S. PRIFTY School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Be successful College: University of Conn. Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2. WILLIAM J. REDDY School: St. Matthews Ambition: Automotive Engineer College: Franklin Institute of Bostor Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4. 1821 PAUL M. RICHARDSON School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts PAUL M. REID School: Taft Jr. High Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern Honors: Patrol 3; Science Club 1. HAROLD J. ROBINSON School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To become a Commercial Artist in advertising College: Boston University Honors: Track 3. DAVID E. REILLY School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Teacher-Coach College: Providence Honors: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 4. EUGENE F. RIDGE School: B. L. S. (3) Ambition: Mathematician College: Bowdoin Honors: Band 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Hockey 4; Chemistry Club 4; Mathematics Club 4. PETER S. RAE School: W. E. Russell Ambition: Be successful College: University of Mass. Honors: Honor Roll 1; Baseball (Manager) 3, 4. 1962 High School MICHAEL V. ROLI School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Mathematician College: Boston University Honors: Room Councillor 3; Alumni Committee 3, 4; Vice-President of the Student Council 2, 3; 1st Lieutenant 3, 4 . MICHAEL A ROME School: Dwight Ambition: Automobile Research Honors: Fidelity Prize 1, 2. DAVID RODMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance STEVEN J. ROSENTHAL School: B. L. S. (3) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern EDWARD RODRIGUES School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance Honors: Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3. GRADY L. ROWLAND School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: To be a C. P. A. College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance Honors: Track 2; Patrol 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES T. ROBINSON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Police Officer Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2; First Lieutenant, Military Commission 4. MYRON Z. SACHS School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Author College: Northeastern Honors: Lawrence Prize 2; Record 2, 3, 4; Dis- cussion 3, 4. MICHAEL J. RUGGIERO School: B. L. S. (1) Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Honors: Honor Roll 1; Patrol 3; Office Aide I. 1821 ALVAN M. RUBIN School: Boston Latin (1) Ambition: Artist College: School of the Museum of Fine Arts Honors: Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 1; Math Club 1; Chess Club 1; Fine Arts 3; Junior Achievement 3; Variety Show 3; Crew (Letterman) 1, 2. EDWARD J. RUVICH School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Honors: Band 3; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2; Variety Show. ARTHUR S. RUBIN School: Edison Ambition: A rich tabulating Engineer College: Wentworth Honors: Lawrence Prize 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4. PHILIP L. RUSSO School: St. Mary’s Ambition: To become a C. P. A. College: Bentley School: St. Mary’s, North End Ambition: Go into Politics Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 3; Worked in lunch room 4; Decorating Committee 3. CARL J. SALVI, JR. High School MICHAEL SARVER School: Solomon Lewenbergji. High Ambition: To be a success College: Boston University Honors: Trick Drill 3; Crew 2. DOMINIC A. SANDONATA School: St. Anthony School Ambition: Commercial Art College: Museum School Honors: Drum and Bugle 1; Trick Drill 4; Track 1; Room Councillor 4; Glee Club. CARL J. SCHNEIDER School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Research College College: McGill or Clark University Honors: Lawrence Prize 2; Record 4; Science Club 2, 3; Forum Club 2, 3; Discussion Club 4. CHARLES J. SANTORO School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Business Tycoon College: Bentley Honors: Football 2. ERICH A. SCHULZE School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 3. FRED H. SARKE School: B. L. S. (3) Ambition: Biochemistry College: Northeastern University Honors: Honor Roll 3; Drum and Bugle 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Health Room Corps 3, 4. HOWARD J. SCHWARTZ School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: To go into some phase of retail business College: Northeastern Honors: Patrol 3; Forum Club 2, 3; Junior Achievement (President) 3; A. Z. A. 1, 2 3; Crew Team 2; Cashier Cafeteria 3. 1962 CARL F. J. SENNA School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts Honors: Honor Roll 3; Athletic Captain 4; Debat- ing Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4. 1821 GARY J. SELETT School: Boston Latin School (4) Ambition: Medicine College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Chemistry Club 4. ROBERT B. SEVERY School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School Ambition: To read a million books and be happy College: Columbia Honors: Honor Roll 2; Record 4; Room Council- lor 3; Discussion Club 2, 3, 4; Forum Club 2, 3, 4. RONALD J. SEMLER School: Mission Grammer Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley Honors: Patrol 1; Office Aide 2. JOHN G. SHAGOURY School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Art Team 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4. ANTHONY J. M. SENNA School: B. L. S. ( 1 ) Ambition: To change the course of the Arts College: School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts Honors: Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize (Art) 3; Record 3, 4; Band 3; Discussion Club 3, 4. GERALD H. SHAUGHNESSY School: Martin Ambition: College College: Bentley i High School ROBERT T. SHERMAN School: Boston Technical High Ambition: “Perseverance is the key to success” College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Junior Achievement 3; Corporal 3; Honorable Mention (2) at Boston Technical High. LEO J. SHEA School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Doctor College: Yale or University of Michigan Honors: Record 4; Band 3, 4; Swimming Team 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Junior Achievement, Run- ner-up National Personnel Manager contest. JOSEPH F. SHORE School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Own a cigarette store Honors: Baseball 4; Science 2; Photography 2. JACK D. SHEAR School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: C. P. A. College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance Honors: Honor Roll 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Employment 2, 3, 4. GARY SHOSTAK School • Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: To be a Research Worker College: University of Mass. Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Science Club 2; Junior Achievement 3. EVERETT T. SHEPPARD School: P. T. Campbell College: Northeastern Honors: Band 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2. JOSEPH R. SIEGEL School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern 1962 PETER A. SIEGEL School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: A rich mathematician College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Honor Roll 2; Trick Drill 3, 4; Chemistry 4; Junior Achievement 3; First Lt. 4. GERALD D. SINATRA School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: To be a millionaire College: Boston College Honors: Honor Roll 1; Patrol 1; Room Councillor 1 . THEODORE SILVA School: Hempstead High, Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. Ambition: To become an Engineer College: Northeastern SARKIS SIMON School: B. L. S. (4) Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts Honors: Honor Roll 1; Trick Drill 3; Class Office 4; Hockey 2, 3; Room Councillor 2; Athletic Captain 4; Chemistry Club 4; Varsity Club 2, 3; Liason Officer of Room captains, 2nd Lt., Varsity Club. 1821 ROBERT S. SIEGEL School: Solomon Lewenbcrg Ambition: Be a millionaire College: University of Connecticut Honors: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, (Captain) 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2. PAUL F. SINGLETON School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: ' Bentley Honors: Office Aide 1. ELLIOTT S. SIMONS School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Theoretical Physicist (Research) College: M. I. T. Honors: Lawrence Prize 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Lieutenant Rating, UNESCO Meeting, Science Lectures. LOUIS J. SOLARI School: W. B. Rogers Jr. High Ambition: Mechanical Engineering Technician College: Wentworth Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2; Chemistry Club 4 High School RICHARD D. SINOPOLI School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Honors: Trick Drill 3; Room Councillor 4; Chemistry Club 4; 2nd Lt. in Cadet Drill 4. EDWARD T. SOOPER School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: To own my own business College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Trick Drill 3; 1st Lt. in Drill 4. EDMUND A. SKULTE School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: To be an interpreter (Russian) College: Boston University Honors: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Sergeant 4; Chemistry Club 4. SHELDON M. SPIEGEL School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Field of Communications College: Boston University Honors: Record 4; Office Aide 4; Junior Achieve- ment 3. ROBERT J. SMITH ANGELO A. STAMOULIS School: Martin School Ambition: Mathematician College: Harvard Honors: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize (General Business) 1; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Room Councillor 4; Chemistry Club 4. School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern Honors: Patrol 3; Athletic Captain 3; Chess Club 4; Sergeant Drill 3; Captain Drill 4. JERROLD R. STARR School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: To be a success in life College: University of Mass. Honors: Track 2; Discussion Club 3; Chemistry Club 4; Military Science Club 2; 2nd Lt. Manual of Arms winner 3. Zke English PETER C. STAVROPOULOS School: B. L. S. (2) Ambition: To succeed in life College: B. U. FREDERIC J. STURGIS School: Weymouth High School Ambition: To be successful Honors: Camera Club 2; Discussion Club 2. JOHN F. SULLIVAN School: Blessed Sacrament Grammar School Ambition: Doctor College: Boston College Honors: Track 1, 2; Discussion Club. SHELDON D. STEINZEIG School: B. L. S. Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1; Science Club 3. LEO J. SULLIVAN School: B. L. S. Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Crew 3; Patrol 4. JASON B. STENGEL School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Research Psychologist College: Brandeis University Honors: Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Record 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 3; Discussion Club 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4; School Representative at Tufts Youth Citizen- ship Conference 3; UNESCO Conference on Africa 4; Boston University Scholastic Press Association Conference 4; Mass Boys’ State 3. 1821 PETER J. TARSI School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Successful Businessman College: United States Air Force Honors: Lawrence Prize 2, 3; Camera Club 1 Discussion Club 1; Current Events Club 1. High School FRANK G. TEEBAGY School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School Ambition: To be a success College: Northeastern University Honors: Baseball 2; Track 4; Patrol 4; Military Officer 4. PAUL W. SWEENEY School: B. L. S. Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Lawrence Prize (Civics) 1; Office Aide 4; Science Club 2. HUGH M. TAYLOR School: Boston Latin (1) Ambition: Lead a happy and successful life College: M. I. T. Honors: Honor Roll 1; Basketball 2; Football 2, 3; Athletic Captain 2; Discussion 4; Glee Club 4. HENRY J. TARDANICO School: Bellingham High School Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Honors: Baseball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2. JOHN M. TAYLOR School: James P. Timilty Jr. High Ambition: Physical Director College: Villanova Honors: Track 2, 3, (Captain) 4; Junior Achievement 4. FRANCIS J. TANSEY School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Honors: Trick Drill 3; Athletic Captain 3; Manual of Arms winner 2; Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Secretary of Athletic Captains 3. ROBERT TEMPLE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Honors: Yearbook 4; Chemistry Club 4. 1821 RONALD L. THOMPSON School: Martin Jr. High Ambition: Naval Officer College: Wentworth Honors: Football 2, 3. JAMES A. TREMBLE School: Boston Latin School ( 1 ) Ambition: Become a Teacher College: State College Honors: Honor Roll 1. NICHOLAS R. TUBEROSA School: John Cheverus, E. B. Ambition: Math Teacher College: Salem State Honors: Glee Club 1. MICHAEL D. THORNTON School: Dwight School Ambition: Naval Career Honors: Trick Drill 3, 4; Room Councillor 4; Junior Achievement 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH J. UNDERWOOD School: Technical High Ambition: Banker College: Northeastern Honors: Trick Drill 4; Track 3; Babson Confer- ence 3. RONALD TINKER School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Accountant College: Howard University Honors: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 1962 JOSEPH W. VENUTI School: Sacred Heart, East Boston Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1; Rod Gun Club 2 High School JOHN F. VALLELI School: St. Peter’s Ambition: C. P. A. College: Boston School of Business Education Honors: Glee Club. HERBERT WASSERMAN School: Boston Latin School (4) Ambition: Teaching College: Boston College CASIMIR G. VAICAITIS School: Boston Latin (3) Ambition: Bacteriologist College: Boston University Honors: Glee Club, Chess Club. PAUL A. WEINBERG School: Boston Latin School (2) Ambition: To be an Engineer College: Northeastern University Honors: Science Club 3. JOSEPH F. URETSKY School: Boston Tech. Ambition: Undecided College: Rutgers University Honors: Fidelity Prize 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 2; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4; J. A. Vice Pres. 4. CHARLES E. WALSH School: Boston Latin School ( 1 ) Ambition: College College: University of Hawaii Honors: Honor Roll 1; Hockey 2, 3, 4. ALAN I. WEINER School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Auditor College: Service DANIEL A. WILES School: B. L. S. Ambition: Commercial Art College: School of The Boston Museum of Fine Arts Honors: Honor Roll 1; Record 3, 4. JOHN T. WHELAN School: St. Francis de Sales, Charlestown Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Honor Roll 1. ARTHUR N. WILLIS School: J. P. Timilty Jr. High Ambition: Chemist Honors: Science Institute 4. EDWARD J. WHITE School: B. L. S. (4) College: Skidmore Honors: Crew Team 3, 4; Football 3, 4. ETON R. WILSON School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Go into Dentistry College: Villanova Honors: Basketball 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Room Councillor 2; Athletic Captain 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4. STEVEN J. WILENSKY School: Boston Latin High School (2) Ambition: History Teacher College: Brown Honors: Honor Roll 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Record 3; Room Councillor 3; Chess Club 2, 3; National Honor Society. 1821 High School JAMES V. WRIGHT School: St. Rita’s Ambition: Banker HARLAND WINTON School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Airplane Pilot College: Zion Bible Institute Honors: Honor Roll 3; Trick Drill 3; Office Aide 4. WILLIAM J. ZEOLI School: Cheverus, East Boston Ambition: Newspaperman College: B. U. JOHN WITOL School: Boston Tech. Ambition: To go to College College: Harvard Honors: Baseball 3; Hockey 3. WILLIAM J. ZIMMERMAN School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Lawyer College: William Mary Honors: Yearbook 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Athletic Captain 2; Chemistry Club 4; Discussion Club 4; J. A. Officer 3, 4. FRANK A. WRIGHT School: Rice Ambition: To go to College College: Howard Honors: Basketball 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 1, 2. 1962 JOHN R. BLAKE School: W. B. Rogers Jr. High College: B. U. Honors: Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Year- book 4; French Club 3; Chemistry Club 4. WILLIAM F. BOWDEN School: Boston Latin ( 1 ) Ambition: Business College: Boston University Honors: Professional Club 2. RONALD N. GARNER School: Gate of Heaven High Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: University of Mass. Honors: Football 3; Chairman Chemistry Society 4; Song Committee 4. JAMES W. BURGE School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Camera Club 2. RICHARD P. BYRON School: Rice Ambition: C. P. A. College: B. U. Honors: Trick Drill 2; Office Aide 1; Chess Club 1. ALFRED J. GRANDY School: Dearborn ROBERT G. GRUSHEY School: Patrick G. Gavin Jr. High Ambition: Music College: New England Conservatory JOHN F. GRYGORCEWICZ School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley JOSEPH T. CHIN School: Boston Public Latin (2) Ambition: Medical Doctor College: Naval Academy Honors: Trick Drill 2; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4. MICHAEL KWATCHER School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr High Ambition: C. P. A. College: B. U. Honors: Patrol 2, 3. WILLIAM H. FERRIABOUGH School: Rice Junior High Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance Honors: Drum and Bugle 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. STUART A. FORMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Automobile Mechanic College: Wentworth Institute MICHAEL N. McGANN School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Honors: Crew 2, 3, 4. michael p. mclaughlin School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To drive fast cars College: Bentley Honors: Room Councillor 4. JAMES P. GALVIN School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: College MICHAEL C MONK School: Boston Latin Ambition: Success in life, comfortable living College: Tufts Honors: Record 2; Office Aide 3, 4. PAUL D. MURPHY School: Boston Tech. Ambition: Marine Biology 1821 , High School FRANK P. NUZZO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Accountant Honors: Trick Drill 3; Patrol 3, 4; Office FRANK R. SPAGNUOLO School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: To be a success College: Some Business College Honors: Crew 2, 3. JOSEPH R. STEPHENS School: Boston Latin School (4) 4. Ambition: Engineer College: University of Mass. THOMAS C. O’CONNOR School: Boston Latin College: State Teachers Ambition: Teacher BARRY R. STEWART School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a success College: Undecided THOMAS P. O’TOOLE School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: To be someone College: Boston College Honors: Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Football 4. JACK J. PULEO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Electronic Engineer Honors: Patrol 2. ROBERT J. REYNOLDS School: St. Rita’s Ambition: To be successful in life Honors: Patrol 1, 2; Junior Achievement 2, 3. HARVEY J. ROBART School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Career in the Army PETER H. THANAS School: B. L. S. Ambition: Psychologist College: University of Massachusetts Honors: Honor Roll 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Discussion Club 4; UNESCO Confer- ence 4; Conference in Babson. GREGORY F. VOGI School: Micbaelangelo Junior High School Ambition: To become a C. P. A. College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance Honors: Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3. DONALD R. WHITNEY School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Airline Passenger Agent College: Northeastern Honors: Fidelity Prize 2. GARY C. WINSTON School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Construction Boss College: Northeastern STEPHEN M. ROSOFF School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Mass. Honors: Band 2, 3, 4. PAUL F. SINGLETON School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley 1962 VIKTORS F. ZAUERS School: Boston Latin (2) Ambition: Engineering Degree College: Cornell Honors: Track 3; Camera Club 2; Science Club 2 . jKii ' n ll ' l ' 1 ' I mi • Tin I ikst SriioouioiJSK — Dome iind Temple Sis. Kreeted about 1817 ( From skclclics by former pupils) Til K Ski - oNl) Si " iii idi.ii In 1821, Boston, a town of some 50,000 inhabitants, felt the need to supplement its school program, which consisted of the Latin School and several English grammar schools. Plans were laid for the founding of the English High School. A subcommittee consisting of merchants, the clergy, jurists, and journalists, was appointed by the school committee to consider the subject of providing advanced schooling for the youth of the town. This committee presented a report which recommended the establishment of a school, to be called the English Classical School, with admittance obtainable through suitable ex- amination. They further stated that the course should be spread over a period of three years, with subjects including English, Math, and Natural Philosophy. Each subject was to be taught by a teacher who had graduated from a University. The school was opened in a four-storied building on Derne Street with George Barret Emerson as headmaster. This location suffered from the joint occupation of Hero Engine No. 6, the town watch in the basement, and the lack of an adequate heating svstem. Solomon P. Miles took over the duties of headmaster in 1823. Shortly after, in November of 1824, the school moved to Pickney Street, where it re- mained for twenty years. Upon the retirement of Mr. Miles in 1837, Thomas Sherwin became headmaster, holding th is position for forty-one years until his death in July, 1869. Under Mr. Sherwin, The English High School became widely known for its preparatory courses in math, physics, and chemistry. Perhaps his greatest con- tribution was his emphasis towards “The making of men.” Few men have so dearlv left 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 Bedford Street. In these thirtv-one vears the enrollment tripled. It is interesting to note that when the school moved into its new ' building on Bedford Street, the Public Garden was a barren waste. The tide flow ' ed over the Back Bav and the site of the school later on Montgomerv Street and Warren Avenue was an unreclaimed marsh. Heritage Mr. Charles M. Cumstan, in whose name an undergraduate scholarship is named, suc- ceeded Mr. Sherwin as Master-in-charge in September of 1869 and remained until 1874, at which time he retired. Following Mr. Cumstan, Mr. Edwin P. Seavers, an assistant professor of mathematics 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 was succeeded by Mr. Snow, a Boston University graduate. Before the centenary was over, Mr. Snow was elected to Assistant Superintendent of schools, thus withdrawing in favor of Mr. Walter F. Downey, who remained headmaster until 1953. In the summer of 1953, the Boston School Committee appointed Mr. M. Henry Mclnerev as headmaster of the English High School. The old building on Montgomery Street was 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 1956, Mr. Joseph L. Malone became 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 directio ns, have brought distinction to the Alma Mater. Class History FRESHMAN YEAR 1958 - 1959 Our Freshman year started off with the grand introduction to English High as we entered the Annex, the third floor of the Boston Clerical School, now the Boston School of Business Education. We were introduced to what we would have to do to get to our classes by cutting through other class rooms. This was a year of many transfers from what we would soon learn to be our tradi- tional rival, Boston Latin School. After doubling up on our lockers we soon learned our programs and started this exciting year of chaos, confusion and erudition????? We soon found what sardines felt like. When at 2:20 every day we were squeezed into buses which waited outside for our distinguished gathering. We learned what a real bus jamboree was like. We started the year with many fire drills so we all knew the fastest way out of the building On Thanksgiving we attended our first cheer- ing, Latin-English Game and found it very excit ing and full of spirit. Even if we didn’t do so well we still enjoyed our turkey dinner as we listened to the teasing. Over at the main building our hockey and basketball teams, which some of our Annex MEN participated, came out on top and entered their respective tourneys. During this year we were also introduced to the IBM machine and we learned how fast it worked when we got our cards only a few days after marks closed. In June we had our last honor day assembly and those few lucky ones on the honor roll stayed after the assembly and had a party. This was our introduction to High School and the first of four grand years which we were to spend at The English High School of Boston. Now we were on the road to glory. SOPHOMORE YEAR 1959 - 1960 This year brought many new changes and after the first month we wondered why they call the tenth-grade high school. We were so mixed up that we didn’t know even when to breathe. We were introduced to EHS drill and told that we had to spend money to buy what was called a drill uniform. (It looked more like work clothes.) We started to march and take orders from those big brutes with all the tin on their shoulders. As the year went on they didn’t seem so big any more. In May we missed all our classes in order to compete in Prize Drill and again to take a walk around the Fens a few times in which our military (?) instructors called an operation practice parade. Luckily for other sophomores this was the last year we had the schoolboy parade and drill throughout the city. Some of the schools kept it for juniors and seniors only. Our first real trouble came when we were given an 8 " by 11 " report card in November and told to report to the office if there were anything wrong with it, as for example, it was covered with D’s. One thing good about this card is that it didn’t show the D’s in red ink. At our assemblies we were taught how we were supposed to act on the MTA, but like attempting to penetrate stone, our instructors had to repeat this effort many times. As men?? of honor and achievement we were in a rage when milk went up to four cents in order to pay for the milk checks which were issued in order to avoid confusion( ????). We were also introduced to the first of the tests which we would take in the next three years. It didn’t have a name just letters, N.E.D.T. they called it. During the year we had our first chance to witness the comedy, talent, and enjoyable time of the E.H.S. variety show. We had our first chance to have a real gym course, at least those of us who had Mr. Gillis as an instructor. We also met other men who would make our stay as “enjoyable” as possible. English High wouldn’t be the same without such men as Mr. Murphy, Mr. Duffy, Mr. Johnson and a few other famous teachers within our hallowed halls. Having completed the first two years of chaos we had only two to go when the year ended, we looked forward to getting the next two over with. JUNIOR YEAR 1960- 1961 We started this third year on Avenue Louis Pasteur in September 1960, an election year. We spent much of our free time campaigning and arguing for our favorite candidate. In late October we had a school election so that the national government would know before the elec- tion who was going to win. Mr. Kennedy won in school as well as in the country proving that we have many prophets at our institution. As E.H.S. goes, so goes the nation! We had a good football team but still only enjoyed Thanksgiving Day for its turkey. In January we had figured to get Inauguration Day off as a holiday but the School Committee had it planned differently. Wanting to see the Inauguration of Mr. Kennedy, we spoke to Mr. Johnson to get together with the witches and brew us up a good storm. It happened and we got the day off on account of snow. Thank you, Mr. Johnson. The track team won the Reggies proving to be real champs and our baseball team was one of the strongest in years. One of our baseball players was signed by the Boston Red Sox. We were sorry to hear of the retirement of Mr. Ronan and Mr. ‘Doc’ Frazier. ‘Doc’s’ retire- ment wasn’t too bad though because he would be back in the following fall to see our class through its college struggles. We had more tests to take in order to find what we were suited for. These were the P.S.A.T.’s, N.M.S.Q.T.’s, and the last but best S.A.T.’s. We again had the privilege of viewing the E.H.S. Variety Show, for a slight charge that is. We made more money than we had in any previous year. Well, only one more year to go. We certainly looked forward to becoming big seniors. Gradua- tion only one year to go. SENIOR YEAR As we returned to this temple of knowledge to begin our last big drive, most of us began to put our minds to the formidable task of taking S.A.T.’s, Achievement tests, and preparing for college interviews. While we should have been in class, most of us were in the office conferring with ‘Doc’ Frazier. Before we knew it, the campaigns for class officers were upon us and we began hearing some sharp slogans such as, Back Bill Barnes, vote for an Able-man, Join the party — vote Marty, etc.; etc.; etc., if your on Goal field vote for Cofield. Well, after a long exciting campaign the confu- sion cleared, and the results were in with the following being elected to office: President William W. Barnes Vice-President Robert C. Cofield Sec. -Treasurer Sarkis Simon Executive Committee . . . .Kenneth M. Ableman James M. Horan The next exciting spot on our schedule was when we defeated that School-across-the-Street in football by a score of 39-0, winding up our undefeated season with one of the greatest teams in E.H.S. history. We were all very proud when we invited our fathers to the Father and Sons Football Banquet to honor our victorious team. One of the most interesting assemblies of the year was put on by the General Motors Company to show us some of the latest innovations in the scientific field. Our Basketball team entered the Tech Tour- ney, but was defeated by the team from Lawrence Central. We recovered swiftly from this blow to our morale when our spirits were raised by the fact that we would now be dismissed early the third Wednesday of every month in order that the teachers could decide our fates. On the first Wednesday that we were to be dismissed early, a blaze started in the second floor lavatory. True to form, the brave (??) men of E.H.S. stayed with their tasks (at least for about five minutes, until the dismissal bell rang). Our Prom Committee put up a good fight but . . . ’nough said. Well, with Spring just around the corner and our year almost over, we saw many enjoyable things going on: snow shoveling in the backyard (for exercise of course). We are all happy that ‘Doc’ Frazier had come back to be with us through the year and that Mr. Atwood had stayed to finish with us also. What would our Chemistry Department do if they both left at the same time? Our Variety Show was more than a success and the Home and School Association with its Fashion Show raised over $1,300 in Scholarship money. This years Fashion Show featured MALE student models !!!!! selected by competi- tion? from the senior class. Our Class dues. Alumni dues, Yearbook money, and all these shows really kept our wallets on the thin side but, that’s life. A sad note is added to our history by the death of Mr. Enor Lundin, for many years a member of our Mathematics Department and one of the best Math teachers in the school system. In February we held an assembly honoring our hero astronaut, Lt. Col. John H. Glenn. The assembly was made even better by a talk by a member of the Physical Fitness Council — did he say FIFTY push-ups a day?????? In April the M.T.A. decided that car checks were old fashioned and they started a new badge system . . . Now we really felt OFFICIAL! With only a short time left (thank goodness) came Prize Drill (hup, two, three, four), Class Day, and C. P. signout in May (Come on, I’m sorry, give me a break). Finally on the big day, June 7, 1962, we, the successful members of the Class of 1962 walked across the stage of the Northeastern University auditorium to receive our diplomas from the English High School of Boston, then setting out into the world to become men of honor and achievement. Peter K. Pagington Sidney J. Spiegel SENIOR ROOM COUNCILORS First Row (left to right): Joseph Horan, Mr. Mosher, Advisor; Michael Thornton, Martin Omansky. Second Roiv ( left to right): Richard Bookman, Mark Glassman, David Porter, Richard Sinopoli, David Reilly, William W. Barnes, Jeffrey Lamia, Angelo Stamoulis, Robert Maciel, John Conley. SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS First Row ( left to right): Nicholas Levins, Vincent Goglia, James Horan, George Corbett. Standing (left to right): Denis Ford, Richard Leon, Sarkis Simon, Carl Senna, Eton Wilson, Raymond Abrams, Brian Murphy, Pasquale Caporale. Overheard in 203 during a P.T.A. meeting parent; “sir is my son trying?” master: “Yes, Very.” Out of a class of 32 boys in third period book- keeping class, only 5 boys didn’t make the grade. Twenty-seven of these 32 boys reside in East Boston. When Bobby Ahern was asked by his home room teacher if he would be attending the Father and Son Night, he answered, “I would but my son’s sick.” Richie Leon had a part time job this year, parking camels at Abdules rug mart. A1 Rubin was seen dejectedly walking out of the Turkshead with a pair of bongos dangling at his side. The twist has overtaken the city. Now who said that Adler and Radnoski wouldn’t be much of a success in the Variety Show. A certain History teacher in the shallow numbers suggested that they perform the Nirobe Trio skit — without the masks of course. The E.H.S. visited the United Nations this year and somehow half the students strayed from the group and managed to wander down to West 45th Street. (Could that be the Peppermint Lounge). And for those boys who didn’t do too well in the college boards don’t worry because there’s always a next time, and a next time, and a next time, and a Somehow the postulate invented by M43 just doesn’t seem to fit in with the other postulates and axioms — “two straight” parallel lines will never meet unless you bend them. Bue Notes Son, you’re not like the other boys, you give me a break. The other boys don’t give me a break. Because you give me a break, I’m going to give you a break. Fair enough, thanks a million! Talk about idiosyncracies, there is a certain math teacher in the E.H.S. who wall papers his home with graph paper numbered in sequence. From 440 on. Come September 48 boys from the E.H.S. will be attending good old “Sam Houston Institute of Technology.” There’s one over generous math teacher in E.H.S. that gives a magnanimous 3 points to his class, if every student in the class had done every bit of the homework. One of our better known physical education teachers has a favorite exercise which he never seems to do himself “the duck walk.” Who is it that referred to the editor and co- editor of the yearbook as flotsam and jetsam. Ronald Itri paid us to mention his name. “And you seniors who have been eating your lunch, talking, fooling around all year, don’t think I’m going to sign you out come May because I’m not. And don’t think I’m being evil, nasty, vindictive, malicious, or hard to get along with either, because I’m just getting even!” Room 119 will have an automatic paper dis- penser installed this summer, which will have recorded in the words “Good Morning” and “Good Afternoon,” to aid the master in that room. Bob Fracastorro was actually seen in chemistry class two times in one week. And believe it or not Joe Oretsky actually got “E,” mister, With his new home room teacher Harvey actually comes to school four out of five days a week. Who was the wise guy that asked John Flood the very next day after the variety show, how he was fixed for blades. Genatossio finally paid his activity fund in mid March. The reason seems to have been something about shoveling the snow away in the back vard which had accumulated over the winter. Someone suggested that the symbols of TH should be changed to TS. What military instructor casually mentioned to a private, upon meeting him in the basement, You know, vou could become an officer.” ®j e OJmmmntfcTGtlili nf By His Excellency JOHN A. VOLPE Governor 1961 A PROCLAMATION One hundred and forty years ago a notable event in the history of free public education took place in the City of Boston with the establishment of the first high school in America, The English High School. With its new and varied program of studies, The English High School met the changing needs of the growing Republic for a different type of training and instruction than that commonly provided in the traditional Latin academy and set a new pattern for secondary schools that was copied widely. Through the years the graduates of The English High School have contributed significantly to the progress and development of City, State, and Nation; for “service to mankind through honor and achievement” has ever been the aim of this splendid school. Graduates of The English High School have become nationally recognized leaders in science, education, business, law, banking and medicine. In peace and in war the sons of The English High School have won distinction, playing a vital part in the civic, economic, and cultural life of many communities. They have served our country with honor in every military crisis from the Mexican War in 1847 to the Korean conflict. Thousands have fought with the armed forces, and hundreds have made the supreme sacrifice for the freedoms we hold dear. NOW, therefore, I, John A. Volpe, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do hereby proclaim Tuesday, May 9, 1961 as THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL DAY In recognition of the historic significance of the 140th anniversary of the founding of The English High School, and in tribute to the illustrious achievements of the school that has won such renown ?( u - czz i. Kevin H. White Secretary of the Commonwealth GIVEN at the Executive Chamber in Boston, this thirteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and sixty-one, and of the Independence of the Linked States of America, the one hundred and eightv-fifth. By His Excellency the Governor GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS GOV. VOLPE PROCLAIMS Tuesday, May 9, 1961 The English High School Day, commemorating the school’s 140th anniversary. Witnessing the proclamation signing are, 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 DISCUSSION CLUB First Row (left to right): Veneziano, Hawkes, Stengel, Lamia, Hourigan, Ableman, Fisher. Second Row (left to right): Mr. Johnson, Adviser; Zalvin, Rodriguez, Greenbaum, Frank, Holland, Levenson, Itri. Third Row (left to right): Porter, Brenner, Favesman, Senna, Grodberg, Schneider, Sachs. 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 1961-62 were: President Jeffrey Lamia Vice President Stephen Hourigan Secretary Jason Stengel FORUM CLUB First Row (left to right): Hugh Taylor, Jeffrey Lamici, Harold Visnick, Robert Maciel, Howard Brenner, Daniel Wiles, Anthony Senna. Second Row (standing, left to right): Mr. Sallen, William Havvkes, William Barnes, Jason Stengel, David Porter, Howard Lawrence, John Stark. 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. The club also provides speakers for various affairs. SCIENCE CLUB Under the fine leadership of Mr. Gustus and club President Manuel Rodriguez, the E.EI.S. Science Club continued its excellent contribution to the advancement of scientific knowledge. The purpose of the club is to provide members with an insight into many branches of science. This purpose is being fulfilled very admirably. Lectures, covering a wide field of subjects, were given at each meeting. Among the highlights of this year’s session was an outstanding presentation in the field of space travel by Manuel Rodriguez. Numerous other topics were discussed, including nuclear physics, oceanography, communciation satellites, and a vaccine for measles. During the year many Science Club members attended a series of lectures given at the Science Institute for Able Learners. The first of these lectures, given by Mr. Gustus, dealt with the physics of rocketry. It was praised bv all as an outstanding presentation. The club submitted many fine projects in the annual Science Pair, and prizes were awarded for exceptional entries. Already there are many future activities the club has planned which will enhance its previously fine record. CHEMISTRY SOCIETY First Row (left to right): Mr. Eben Rosenfield, Adviser; Berenson, Cutler, Gamer, Nelson, Secretary; Gamboa, President; Ableman, Vice-President; Gorman, Treasurer; Shagoury, Monsein, Leon. Second Row (left to right): James Horan, Joseph Horan, Uretsky, Holland, Leiverman, Levine, Segal, Raisman, Levenson, Bookman. Third Row (left to right): Selett, Albuquerque, Bevenson, Zimmerman, Solari, Sarke, Dram, Simon, Sinopoli. The Chemistry Society served under the capable leadership and d irection of Mrs. Rosenfield. The purpose of the club is to add interest to the students of the school whether or not they take chemistry. The club is unique from others in that it gives the students an opportunity to teach among themselves. Each week a member will get in front of the club and perform a specific application of chemistry. One of the events that took place this past year was the invitation of a well- known college professor to give a talk on the subject of industrial chemistry. Thanks to active participation and fine leadership the club had one of its most successful years. Officers President Anthony Gamboa Vice President Kenneth Ableman Secretary William Nelson Treasurer John Gorman CHESS CLUB With the generous assistance of Mr. Seiniger, the English High School Chess Club completed another successful year. The club, meeting every Friday after school in Boom 311, gave members an opportunity to discuss the finer points of chess. During the year, Mr. Seiniger instructed the group in the different phases of chess with a series of helpful lectures emphasizing new and varied openings, and strategic moves. Throughout the year many heated and fascinating games were played, some of which will be recorded in the annals of the club as games of great skill and prowess. The club welcomes all boys interested in formidable challenge and keen competition. It advocates the true E.H.S. spirit of fine sportsmanship and anticipates continued success in the years to come. ART CLUB The Art Club, better known by the members as the Art Team, is composed of boys who, under the direction of Mr. Greyser, meet before school, during their free periods, and after school to give their time voluntarily to the school. Each member is or was a member of an art class. The members are so interested in art that their slogan is PRODUCTION. They turn out many projects to help the school. The Art Team made posters announcing the Thanksgiving football game, and did a wonderful job decorating the gymnasium for the Father and Son Football Banquet in November. They decorated the foyer and office for the Christmas season. When the Cake Sale came, the Art Team was ready with decorations. First Row (left to right): Richard Cosgro, Vincent Goglia, Bill Nelson, Mr. Greyser, Paul Burton, Daniel Wiles, Anthony Senna. Second Row (left to right): William DeSimone, Stephen Cohen, Lawrence White, James Magner, David Mitchell, Charles Grabski, Daniel Moores, James Bailey, William Ford, Timothy Karalexis, Charles Banks, Alfred Perrone, Thomas Petrocelli, Anthony Pastore, and Chiampa. MATHEMATICS CLUB First Row (sitting, left to right): Keyo, Stamoulis, Mr. George, Gilman, Nelson, Senna. Second Row (left to right): Walsh, DiNichola, Siles, Manchini, Sacco, Lopardi, Mack. Third Row (left to right): Chorney, Fine, White, Silverstein, Snyder, Simon, Shorr, Coleman, Nowd. This year English High School has formed a Mathematics Club, consisting of a select group of students, under the expert guidance of Mr. George. The purpose of the club is to provide members with an opportunity to increase their knowledge of theoretical and applied mathematics. It also encourages the use of mathematical skills on a competitive basis, and in a true school spirit. Several times a week, Mr. George instructs the club with a series of lectures on various phases of math, and administers practice examinations. Seven times during the year, a team consisting of two seniors, two juniors, and a sophomore competes with similar groups from high schools in the Greater Boston Mathematics League. Prizes, including trophies, books, and slide rules, are awarded to winning schools and individual team members. Although the team’s first efforts were not spectacular, they are rapidly improving. With continuous practice, the team should soon earn itself a place in the state competition. The entire school wishes the team continued success and victories in the years to come. GLEE CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Michael A. Famiglietti, the Glee Club met every Wednesday 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. U. N. E. S. C. O. CONFERENCE First Row (left to right): Hugh Taylor, Peter Thanos, Howard Brenner, Mr. Johnson, Adviser; Jason Stengel, Robert Maciel, Anthony Senna. Second Row (left to right): Howard Simons, Jeffrey Lamia, Neil Frank, Angelo Stamulous, Carl Senna. This year English High School was honored with an invitation to attend the Student Conference on Africa and The United States, conducted by the United States National Commission for the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. Fifteen boys representing English High met at the Abraham Lincoln School for the conference, which proved to be most exciting. Led by Mr. Johnson, they entered the hall to listen to a number of distinguished speakers. Among these were Mr. Cunningham, Assistant Superintendent of Boston Public School; Miss Madeline L. Reilly, Chairman of the Boston School Committee; Right Rev. Msgr. Timothy O’Leary, Superintendent of Boston Parochial Schools; and Dr. Fredrick Gillis, the Superintendent of the Boston Public Schools. After these introductory speeches, Dr. Wendell Yeo, Vice-President of Boston University, introduced Mr. Mohammed Award, the Chairman of the U. N. E. S. C. O. Executive Board, who explained how the U. N. E. S. C. O. Organization works and what it tries to accomplish. Then Mr. Waldo Stephens, an eminent lecturer with considerable experience in African affairs, delivered an address entitled “Africa: A Continent in Ferment.” Although few disagreed with some of his comments, all agreed that he was an excellent speaker. The last speaker was Mr. Nathan Shamuyaura, who is Editor-in-Chief of African Newspapers Ltd. Mr. Shamuyaura, a resident of Southern Rhodesia, explained some of the problems which the African people are facing. He showed that the political qualifications were established to favor the white people. Broadening his scope, he told about Africa, the reasons for its attitude regarding the U. S., and impressed upon us his great concern for his people. His speech instilled in us a determination to assist his countrymen in every possible way. Since these speeches raised a great many queries, a short question period was provided. Some of our boys participated, thus upholding English High. After this session our men adjourned to a prearranged room, to eat a lunch supplied for us by our school. This was a pleasant surprise. Having been refreshed, our boys met with another surprise when we were placed among some beautiful girls from Girls’ Latin School. The pre-arranged topic for discussion was “Can Our Type of Democracy Work in Africa. " From the very beginning the discussion proved interesting. Our boys showed their knowledge as well as speaking ability. Some important conclusions were reached which helped formulate more clearly the thinking of our generation. After this stimulating discussion, we adjourned to the assembly hall once more. There we heard rapporteurs summarize the highlights of each discussion. All too quickly our time had come to an end but we all knew it would remain distinct in our minds for years to come. MODEL UNITED NATIONS First Row (left to right): Robert Maciel, David Porter, Hugh Taylor, Myron Sachs, Sarkis Simon. Second Row (left to right): Jason Stengel, William Barnes, Mr. Devore, Adviser; Martin Omansky, Jeffrey Lamia. ROTARY CLUB William W. Barnes, Robert J. Maciel. CORRIDOR PATROL First Row (left to right): Robert Siegel, Barry Hick man, Michael Addesa, Joe Chin. Second Rmv (left to right): Richard Lillis, Michael Cutler, Eric Himes, Charles Walsh, A1 Butters, Robert O ' Toole, Mr. Butters, Adviser; Peter Pagington, Thomas Meany, Stephen Grolnic, Francis Veino, Nicholas Levins. NURSE’S AIDES First Row (left to right): Paul Sweeney, Miss Nora Preston, Brian Murphy. Second Row (left to right): Mark Gornstein, Donald D. Brown, Howard Parker, Harry Collings, Ronald J. Itri, Eric Hines, John Stark. THE RECORD First Row (left to right): Daniel Wiles, Robert Maciel, Mr. Heins, Adviser; Anthony Senna. Second Row (left to right): Donald Brown, Robert Fay, Carl Schneider, Myron Sachs, Jason Stengel, Alan Butters, Sheldon Spiegel, Walter Kenney, Harold Visnick. This year, the Record received its third con- secutive first 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 finally shown. The essays, fiction, 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 destiny. 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. LIBRARY CORPS First Roiv (left to right): Francis Maguire, Michael Koumarianis, Joseph McLean. Second Row (standing, left to right): Richard Molea, Harry Codings. STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY DELEGATE TIME CURRENT EVENTS AWARD Pasquale Caporale Robert J. Maciel Paul A. Weinberg Malcolm B. Await Andrew M. Hansen Angelo A. Stamoulis Steven J. Rosenthal Stephen M. Hourigan NATIONAL HONOR Jeffrey M. Lamia SOCIETY Robert J. Maciel Edward Rodrigues Warren E. Prescott Palmer A. Pet ers Excerpt from the Charter of the English High School Chapter of the National Honor Society " Know all Men by these Presents, that Whereas, character, scholarship, leadership, and service are cardinal qualities 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 and 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. We know that they will be among those who will lead the wav in bringing honor and credit upon the name of the English High School of Boston. FOOTBALL — Undefeated THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD OF 1961 Fourth Row: Eric Himes, Manager; Henry Stcfano, Don Quintiliani, Gene Ridge, Tom Bombadieri, Larry Ayres, Leroy Wilson, McArthur Mitchel, Bill Theodore, Manager. Third Row: Fred Gillis, Jr., Assistant Coach; Barry Hickman, Art Angeles, Marty Parlon, Neil McLaughlin, Dick Medwar, Ben Marks, Frank Troysc, Jim McCook, Steve Monsein, Wilbur Burrell, Manager. Second Row: Patrick King, Assistant Coach; Clyde Dempsey, Tom Meany, John McQueeney, Preston Johnson, Ed East, Fred Prifty, Frank Veino, Joe Caprini, Dick Lillis, William Stewart. Front Row: Joseph L. Malone, Headmaster; Nick Levins, Ray Abrams, Bob Davis, Ronald Tinker, Bob Cofield, Co-Captain; Mike Addesa, Co-Captain; Eton Wilson, Jim Horan, Dick Layne. LETTERMEN Raymond Abrams Edward East Michael Addesa (Co-Capt.) Barry Hickman Robert Cofield (Co-Capt.) Preston Johnson Robert Davis Michael Kehrmeyer Richard Layne Richard Lillis Nicholas Levins Richard Medwar Steve Monsein Stanley Snead Frederick Prifty Frank Veino Eugene Ridge Lawrence Ayers Ronald Tinker Clyde Dempsey Eton Wilson Neil McLaughlin Edward White (Mgr.) Benjamin Marks Arthur Angeles John McQueeney Joseph Caprini Leroy Wilson James McCool Co-Captains Michael Addesa and Robert Coficld CITY CHAMPS On Tuesday, September 5 th, a team with a nucleus of four returning starters, met for the first official practice of the 1961 campaign. With only two and a half weeks to do so, our fine coaches worked to put together a function- ing unit which would meet a strong South Boston in its jamboree. Because of the shortage of city teams, the Blue and Blue had to divide its squad into two teams. The junior varsity would meet Jamaica Plain on Wednesday, and the varsity would meet South Boston on Friday. ENGLISH 6 — JAMAICA PLAIN 6 In the opening jamboree, the English J. V. ' s tied Jamaica Plain 6-6 with Bill Porter scoring for the Plains and Dick Lillis scoring for English. Trailing 6-0 with time running out, Barry Hickman threw a long strike to Ayres for a play which covered fifty-five yards and brought English to the J. P. eighteen yard line. A combination of fine leadership by Barry Hickman and the hard running fullback Dick Lillis led English to the two yard line, where Dick the “workhorse” Lillis finally carried the ball across. ENGLISH 8 — SOUTH BOSTON 6 On the following Friday English fielded a team consisting of four seniors, four juniors, and three sophs. Preston Johnson scampered forty- seven yards on the opening play for a touch- down, only to find that there was a penalty on the play, and the score had been called back. The revenge minded English finally was forced to give up the ball and in came a defensive unit which was to earn much fame throughout the season. On die third play Bob Cofield intercepted a South Boston pass and ran twenty- nine yards for a touchdown. After scoring a very expensive conversion, Bob Cofield received a dislocated elbow and was lost for six weeks. English, for the first time, was without the capable leadership of Cofield and the weight of the running game was put onto the shoulders of Dick Layne. A South Boston punt rolled all the way to the English two, and the double Blue took over. A stray English pass was inter- cepted by South Boston and in four plays the scored on a pass from Cuniff to Bilton. The conversion attempt failed and English emerged with an 8-6 victory. ENGLISH 36 — TECH 6 In the seasons opener English defeated heavily favored Tech team 36-6 behind the scoring of Nick Levins, Preston Johnson, and Dick Layne. Dick Lavne scored first on a twenty-two yard line jaunt in the opening period. Marks rushed the conversion and English led 8-0. Johnson scored twice and Levins once in an explosive second period, where twenty of the thirty-six points were scored. After an Eton Wilson conversion, English left the field with a half-time lead of 28-0. There was no further scoring until in the fourth quarter, when Nick Levins faked beauti- fully and the ball down the sidelines forty-one yards for the score. English added two more points on a pass from Levins to Angeles. Tech finally scored on the last play of the game on a pass from Allen to Osgood. At this time in the game the English defensive unit had been removed and its record was still unblemished. ENGLISH 14 — GROTON 8 The annual trip to Groton was highlighted when the team’s bus broke down on Route 9 in Brookline. The team finally arrived in Groton only to find that they were to play in the hot sun under a temperature of 92°. The heat seemed to affect the team through the entire game. After a scoreless first period Groton School registered six points when Captain John Goodenough blocked a Jim Horan punt and recovered it in the end zone. A Gregory to Pierce pass was good for two more points and Groton led 8-0. Co-Capt. Mike Addesa recovered a Groton fumble late in the second period, and English was now knocking on the door. Dick Layne plunged over from the five and a Hickman to McQueeney pass evened the score. In the third period Tom Meany and Eton Wilson teamed together to recover another Groton fumble. English capitalized on the Groton error as sophomore fullback Ben Marks streaked twenty-two yards down the sidelines for the score. English won a well played ball game 14-8. ENGLISH 30 — B. C. 0 Revenge-minded English after a sluggish first period, took command of first place in the City League by scoring at least once in each of the last three periods. Dick Layne sets the pace with three touchdowns. Layne opened the scor ing by taking a fifteen yard touchdown pass from Nick Levins on the second play of i. second period. Bennie Marks made it 12-0 midway through the period by going twenty six yards with a pitchout. Layne racked up touchdowns in the third and fourth periods as English put the game on ice. His third period score came ‘on a quick pitchout that carried five yards. Mid-way through the fourth period Layne added another on a pitchout which was good for two yards. Preston Johnson closed out the scoring late in the fourth period by racing twenty-seven yards behind fine blocking by the line. The English defensive unit has yet to allow a score. ENGLISH 67 — DORCHESTER 0 After a two week layoff the anxious Blue and Blue team scored the largest number of points in Boston Schoolboy football since 1919. Half- backs Layne and Prifty led the way to the romp with three touchdowns each while Preston Johnson, Marks, and Larry Ayres each had single tallies. On the first play from scrimmage Dick Layne “The Butterball Express,” dashed seventy-five yards for a score. English again scored the next play they had the ball, Preston Johnson went fifty-five yards for the score and he added his second of extra points. Layne again dashed through the Dorchester team and this time for twenty-six yards. After English built up a 29-0 first period lead on a Ered Prifty run, Coach Stewart pulled out the first team and tried to hold the score down. Shortly after the start of the second half Ben Marks scored on a three yard plunge and a Hickman to Horan pass was good for the conversion. Nick Levins fired a thirty-six yard strike to Layne two minutes later and Art Angeles added two more to bring the score to 45-0. In the fourth period Co-Capt. Mike Addesa added two more when they tackled a Dorchester ball carrier in the end zone. A forty yard run by Fred Prifty and a Stefano to Ayres pass gave English two more touchdowns. Gene Ridge, a defensive spe- cialist proved his versatility by driving into the end zone with the final two points of a “good day.” ENGLISH 37 — TRADE 6 The Blue and Blue posted its fifth straight victory of the season as it blasted Trade 37-6 in a very bruising contest. Encouraged by the return of Bob Cofield, English jumped off to a 16-0 first period led and continued to march throughout the game. Preston Johnson opened the scoring early in the first period as he hurdled into the end zone from the four yard line. Johnson duplicated the previous play to make the score 8-0. Bobby Cofield added six more points on a three vard plunge, as he carried six trade taclders into paydirt. Johnson again converted with just two minutes gone in the second period. “Butterball” Layne scampered seventeen yards around right end, behind a fine block from McQueeney, for the score. Layne added the conversion and English now led 24-0. After an English miscue handed the ball over to Trade on the four yard line, the fine defensive unit held firm and prevented a Trade score. The fired up Trade team was not to be denied. Following an English punt the Tradesmen marched forty-nine yards in ten plays with John DeVeer running sixteen yards for the score. This score turned out to be the only touchdown against this line defensive unit throughout the entire season. Following a third period in which the best won out, Layne and Johnson each scored and Prifty kicked the extra point. A hard and determined effort on the part of the Blue and Blue, proved to be the key factor in this win. ENGLISH 4 1 — TECH 8 Sparked by a brilliant performance from full back Bob Cofield, English trimmed Tech 4 1 to 8, to win the Boston City League Championship before an estimated crowd of 4500. Cofield playing in his second game, teamed with Dick Layne to roll up a 3 5-0 lead at half time and insure the big win. Since losing to English 36-6 in the opening game, Tech fiad won six straight and another win would have tied it for first place. But Cofield saw that things were different. Mid way through the first quarter he went sixty-two yards with a power pitchout left for a touchdown. Less than a minute later he cut down the last two men with a crisp block as running mate Layne went seventy-six yards with a punt return to put English in front 14-0 at the quarter. In the second period, after Preston Johnson intercepted a Tech pass at mid-field, Cofield took the pitchout to the right this time and raced forty-seven yards for another score. Before the half was over he again delivered the last block as Layne went seventeen yards off right tackle for a score and then later intercepted a pass and went twenty-three yards to the Tech one yard line where quarterback Barry Hickman went over. English made the score 41-0 in the third period wfien Art Angeles drove in from seven yards out. Tech didn’t cross the English 3 5 until less than a minute to go. From the seven- teen, Tom Montgomery passed to end Joe Cunio in the end zone for its lone score. “Congratulations, Champs.” ENGLISH 39 — LATIN 0 “Unbeaten English High dazzled rival Latin with a set of sparkling hacks and some savage line plays while smashing to a 39-0 triumph in the diamond jubilee edition of the nation’s oldest public school rivalry before 22,000 at Harvard Stadium yesterday.” This was the only way in which one of our local newspapers could describe probablv, the greatest assembly of high school football players of our age on Friday, November 24, 1961. It all started on a cold, misty morning when Co-Captains Mike Addesa and Bob Cofield led the Blue and Blue down the sidelines to begin their warm-ups; at 10:20 English won the toss of the coin and elected to receive and from that time on, a smile never dawned on the face of a Latin. After battling a determined group of Latins for eight minutes in the first period, English sparked by the eighty-six yard touchdown of Bob Cofield, marched on to an overwhelming victory over Latin. Bob intercepted a Mitch Sikora pass, which was deflected by the onrush- ing Mike Addesa, and didn’t stop running until he felt “pay-dirt.” Dick Layne added another score with a dazz- ling forty-two yard exhibition of fine running mid-way through the second period with Bob Cofield adding the conversion, for a 14-0 half- time lead. The crowd was hardly in its seats after inter- mission when Cofield posted another touchdown on the day’s most brilliant run. Bob took a Nick Levin’s pitch-out on the Latin thirty-nine and fought and bullied his way into the end zone. The game was out of hand now and it was just a matter of how much. Following a fifty-four yard drive Dick Lavne, the most underrated football player in the state, plunged in from the one to make it 26-0. Preston Johnson made it 32-0 just minutes later on a fine seventy-one vard runback of a strav Latin pass. The final score came when Coach Bill Stewart sent Tom Meany and Mike Addesa into the ball game on a fourth down and long yardage situa- tion. Meany, a center, was to punt and Addesa, a tackle, was to center; it resulted in a bad pass from center, and Tom Meany behind the fine blocks of Butch McQueeny and Eton Wilson, went sixty-one yards for the score. Fred “The Toe” Prifty kicked the extra point and the scor- ing ended. POST SEASON NOTES Congratulations are extended to the finest coaches in football; Mr. Stewart, Mr. King, Mr. Gillis, Mr. Doherty, and Mr. Hill. We would also like to say thanks for the tiring hours that they spent with our team. We wish the best of luck to All-Scholastic selections, Mike Addesa, Bob Cofield, Tom Meany and Eton Wilson. A sincere “Thank You” is forwarded to Mr. Stewart for his great tips on football and his flawless tips on life. CROSS COUNTRY REGGIES Tech 36 - English 63 - Latin 87 - Trade 89 Roslindale 1 14 - East Boston 158 - Dorchester 187 October 26, 1961 In this handicapped meet English faced Tech with the loss of our best men. Tech had beaten us three years in a row. Butch Donahue led the English team into a second place with the time of 13:36. John Fowler finished a strong second with a time of 13:52. The scores for English were Hank Latson 14:29, Captain John Taylor 14:33, and sophomore A1 Marston 14:37. Those who broke under sixteen minutes were Ron Dixon, Stan Radonsky, Butch Frierson, Russell Smith, Bob McDonough, Dwight Logan, Paul Bumpus, and Pat Caporale. CLOSING To a strong spirited team we offered thanks: to Captain John Taylor, Hank Latson and Stan Radonsky; also to our returning team members: Butch Donahue, A1 Marston, Butch Frierson, Ron Dixon, Dwight Logan, Russell Smith, and Bobby McDonough. New Bedford - Tech - English - Latin October 6, 1961 A strong New Bedford team defeated the three top schools in the City of Boston — English, Tech and Latin. The strong men for English were Butch Donahue and John Fowler. Their times were 14:04 and 14:10 respectively. The other point scores were Benny Shefield 14:25, A1 Smith 15:02 and Henry Latson 15:14. Those who scored under sixteen minutes were Ron Dixon 15:17, Butch Frierson 15:23, Stan Radonsky 15:28, and Paul Bumpas 15:37. New Bedford - Tech - English - Latin - Dorchester October 12, 1961 Twice in two weeks the strong New Bedford team demoralized the Boston Schools — Tech, English, Latin, Trade and Dorchester. Bob (Butch) Donahue led the way for English by placing first for the second time in two weeks. His time was 13:33. Other point scores were A1 Marston, John Fowler, Captain John Taylor, and Hank Latson. Their times were as follows: 13:48, 13:52, 13:59 and 14:20. Others to break sixteen minutes were Butch Frier, Stan Radonsky, Ron Dixon, Paul Bumpus, Russell Smith, Bobby McDonough and Pat Caporale. CITY MEET Tech 34 - English 4 5 - Trade 80 Latin 81 - Dorchester 141 October 19, 1961 Our team, even though they came in second, did extremely well even though we were missing some of our strong legs from last year. This loss cost the City Meet. Butch Donahue in his best meet of the year finished first for English with the time of 13:44. Scores for the Blue and Blue were John Fowler 13:59, Benny Shefield 14:13, John Taylor 14:16, and Hank Latson 14:43. Those under the sixteen minute barrier were A1 Marston, Ron Dixon, Stan Radonsky, Butch Frierson, Dwight Logan, Bobby McDonough, Jim White, Paul Bumpus, and Pat Caporale. Captain John Taylor SWIMMING SCHEDULE English 52 M. I. T. 43 English 53 Waltham 41 English 51 Leominster 43 English 61 Rindge Tech 34 English 56 Brockton 41 English 51 Brown 44 English 55 Wellesley 40 English 51 Huntington 44 English 51 Lynn 45 English 49 Andover 46 English 48 Brookline 47 LETTERMEN David Bean (Co-Captain) John Butler Albert Carlson Edward Doherty Brian Doris William Murphy (Co-Captain ) Palmer Peters Bruno Scholz Leo Shea Co-Captains William Murphy David Bean INDOOR TRACK Captain E. Lloyd Sitting: Mayo, Phillips, Farrar, Austin, Green, Borden, Sumpter, Dixon, Leonard, Redd, Svvarthout, Managers Sandler and Rubbicco. First Row: Morse, Taylor, Bailey, Carrick, Carter, Lloyd, Neville, Sheppard, Cave, Krikorian, Runey, Latson, Wilson. Second Row: Odware, Delvental, McDonough, Bowden, Senna, Chambers, Johnson, Doelan, Lee, Frierson, Johnson, Donahue, Hickman, Fowler, Logan, Beumebus, Wood, Byers. Ruck Row: Forsythe, Marks, Williams, Yaffe, Zahn, DiPaolo, Vaughn, Faherty, Harris, Sligh, Noonin, Marston, Sullivan, Ledwith, Vlahos, Snow, Waltower, Watts, Himes. 1962 STATE CHAMPIONS INDOOR TRACK — FIELD EVENTS First Row (left to right): Coglia, Coyne, Dempsey, Teebagy, Langford, Kehrmeyer, Osofsky, P. Bombardieri, A. Bombardieri. Second Row (left to right): LoPresti, McCool, Cofield, Dixon, Duffy, Lindahl, Grabski, Carrick, Oliva. Third Ron; (left to right): Cullen, Ciampa, Layne, Mazzarino, Laymon, Laham, Mavitz, Parlon, McAlpine. HOCKEY LETTERMEN Arthur Angeles Larry Ayers Patrick Bowes Louis Carangelo (Co-Captain) Steven Carroll Gene Corbett Gregory Doherty Daniel Donahue Duncan Ellie Richard Lehmann Richard Lillis (Co-Captain) Robert McKenna Joseph McLean Joseph Mankewich Michael Morrissey Brian Murphy Steven Paldcr Richard Perrier (Manager) David Reilly John Reilly Co-Captains Louis Carangelo Richard Lillis SCHEDULE English 6 Trade 5 English 7 Dorchester 4 English 1 B. C. High 3 English 2 Technical 1 English 4 Trade 3 English 7 Dorchester 0 English 1 B. C. High 1 English 0 Technical 5 English 2 Latin 8 English 4 Trade 6 English 6 Dorchester 2 English 2 B. C. High 6 English 0 Technical 4 English 1 Latin 8 The Blue and Blue Hockey Team of 1962 provided its fans with many thrills during the season. The team was under the able direction of Co-Captains Lou Carangelo and Dick Lillis. In the defensive area the team was lead bv Co-Capt. Carangelo and Dave Reilly. This combination was backed up by wingman Dick Lillis and senior defenseman Brian Murphy. The nets were well tended by junior goalie Steve Palder, who made numerous excellent and thrilling saves during the season. Although the team finished in fourth place with a 6-7-1 record, this was not a true indica- tion of the teams ability, as the team turned in its best performances against B. C High and Technical, two powerhouses in the league. Congratulations are to be extended to Co- Captains Lou Carangelo and Dick Lillis for making the City League All-Star Hockey Team. Their fine play-making and teamwork through- out the season was well rewarded by this honor. With several lettermen returning, Coach Stewart should be quite pleased with next year’s team. With Dick Lillis as its Captain, the team may look forward to a successful season. A special note of thanks to Coach Stewart for another season of fine coaching service. BASKETBALL LETTERMEN E. Skulte J. Sheffield A. Smith S. Snead S. Washington R. Cofield J. White P. Johnson A. Butters R. Siegel L. Tucker P. Thanas J. Kucherer Manager Chin Manager Pagington First Roiv (left to right): Tucker, Skulte, Washington, Smith, Thanas, Kucherer, White. Second Row (left to right): Coach King, Manager Chin, Manager Kownarianos, Johnson, Tyrance, Sheffield, Butters, Pagington, Koelln. SCHEDULE English 71 Technical 55 English 56 Dorchester 40 English 56 B. C. High 66 English 42 Technical 41 English 73 Trade 47 English 66 Dorchester 46 English 49 B. C. High 51 English 61 Trade 48 English 78 Latin 64 English 54 Technical 51 English 51 Dorchester 49 English 59 B. C. High 82 English 58 Trade 42 English 45 Lawrence Central 56 The 1962 basketball season was one of great excitement from beginning to end. Boston English, City Champ football line coach, Joseph King, became the head coach in Basketball. For the first time as a basketball coach, Mr. King deserves much credit for bringing the basketball team into second place in the City League. The teammate intended to lead E.H.S. to victory was Captain Bob Siegel. In a post season scrimmage game with South Boston High, Bob the gunner, received a broken leg and was out for the season. This was a big loss and Skulte became Captain-elect. The season opened with English winning its 1st victory over Tech High, 77-5 5. Alfred Smith, 1st year on E.H.S. team was high scorer with 18 points. This was just the beginning for Al, who became the highest scorer on the team. With the aid of Washington and Skulte, the shooting of Johnson and Sheffield and the defensive work of Stan Snead, it lead the team to many victorys. E.H.S.’s only losses were to the invulnerable unbeaten B. C. High. The 1st game was lost 56-66. In the 2nd game both teams were ready and deter- mined to beat the other. This was E.H.S.’s only chance to tie for 1st place. Both teams played clean and hard. At the 1st half, E.H.S. was behind 24-26. English then went into a press to delay the opponents shots. With one period to go English was down one point. With both teams fighting hard for victory, the score was tie 49 to 49. With 1 minute left, All-City Bob Kuddis of B. C. High dropped in a jump shot to a heartbreaking English High defeat. This did not stop victory for English High for they went on to beat every team including arch rival Boston Latin to qualify for the Tech Tourney at Boston Garden. Lawrence Central High beat English 54-45 to eliminate E.H.S. So ended another season with 10 wins and 3 losses, for a successful season for Coach King and the English High Basketball team. OUTDOOR TRACK LETTERMEN William Barnes Joseph Bruno James Dillahent Stephen Dixon Richard Doneland Delano Farrar Robert Fox Barry Hickman Wayne Langford Gerald Lynch William Morse Richard Peters Larry Phillips Benton Sheffield Reginald Stevens Pierce Waltower Howard Watts Lewis Wood English High School, defending City Champs, experienced a most successful track season. At the University of Pennsylvania “Penn Relays,” English finished fifth in a field of 381 schools. The St. John’s Relays was one of the highlights of the year. The relay team of Carter, Lloyd, Neville, and Wilson broke the mile record with a shattering 3:26.4. The team of Carter, Lloyd, Wilson, and Marks also won the 880 with a new record of 2:32.1. The Blue and Blue went on to finish well in other events of the day. At the Belmont Relays the strength of the record-breaking relay team was again displayed in the winning of the mile and a second place in the 880. Captain E. Lloyd The battles for the City and Regimental titles were heart- breaking since we were forced to settle for second place. The thrill of the year was the winning of the Brown Interscholastic Meet. English, the only Boston school ever to win this meet, won it for the second time since 1906. In this meet, Lloyd won the 440, the relay team took the 880, and Al Smith won a spectacular high jump event. The Class A State Meet was also a success with Lloyd winning the 440 and Smith and Carter scoring in their respective events. Our hopes for winning the All Class State Meet were dampened when English was forced to finish a close second in the relay. The track team, as well as the entire school, extends its thanks to Coach Gillis for a year of exhiliarating successes. With a number of letter- men returning next year, Coach Gillis is assured of another superb track team. BASEBALL SCHEDULE English 9 B. C. High 10 English 8 Dorchester 0 English 5 Boston Trade 7 English 2 Technical 13 English 7 B. C. High 5 English 6 Dorchester 4 English 2 Groton 1 English 20 Trade 3 English 7 Technical 3 English 6 Lawrence Academy 0 English 4 Latin 3 English 6 Andover 4 English 8 B. C. High 9 English 1 3 Dorchester 8 English 6 Trade 1 English 9 Technical 8 English 1 Latin 5 LETTERMEN Thomas F. Aylward Alan L. Butters Stanley C. DeMartinis Edward J. Foley David C. Gilman (Asst. Mgr.) Stephen E. Grolnic Richard YV. Jagelski Robert J. Laucka Richard J. Lillis Michael LoPresti, Jr. James P. McCarthy John H. McQueeney Robert D. O ' Toole Anthony R. Picarello Frederick S. Prifty Peter S. Rae (Asst. Mgr.) Carl J. Salvi (Head Mgr.) Anthony J. Scavongelli Robert S. Siegel Henry E. Smith CREW With the largest turnout of candidates in recent years to choose from, Coach Gillis began the practice sessions during the April vacation. Under the guidance of Captain Joe Campisi, the first boat, composed of returning letter- men, and also the second boat, began to show great improvement. The first two races were postponed due to inclement weather, but by racing twice a week for several weeks, the lost time was recovered. The season opened with the usual tension and excitement of the first race. Even with Joe Campisi’s broken oar the first boat managed to keep a tight lead over Latin, but the splintering of another oar halfway down the course gave Latin a close victory and English an exasperating third. The second boat, however, easily beat all competition in its race. The first boat in the second race avenged its previous loss by beating Latin by several boat-lengths. The second boat also beat Latin in a tight race making it a clean sweep for the afternoon. The third race again found the first boat victorious, but the second boat, suffering from the absence of four regulars, had to be content with second place. At the end of six races, English lead its closest contender b three points. The close of the season found English again on top as city crew champs. Although he is hampered by the loss of several seniors, Coach Gillis intends to keep the City Championship in the hands of English High. The E.H.S. Crew Team will surely do their best to see he is not disappointed. LETTERMEN Michael McGann David Michelson Joseph Miller Robert Moynihan William Nelson Thomas O’Keefe Charles Parker Robert Ronzio John Sacco Joseph Underwood Sheldon Yunes Peter Ahern Robert Atkinson Stephen Borkowski Joseph Campisi Joseph Corvino James Divver Walter Evans Andrew Hansen Thomas Hyland Richard Jameson Gary Krause ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL PRIZE DRILL WINNERS LIRST REGIMENT 4th Co., Colonel Joseph S. Campisi; 3rd Co., Lt. Colonel Robert S. Gill; 7th Co., Major (1st Bat.) Martin V. Dolan; 1st Co., Major (2d Bat.) Stephen M. Hourigan. 2nd Co., Major (3d Bat.) Anthony L. DiPietro. MANUAL OF ARMS Antonio F. Holland, Raymond P. Abrams, Anthony F. Caggiano, Peter J. Bombardieri, John J. Gartland, Walter P. Kenney, Richard D. Bamberry, Bruce S. Goodwin, William T. Morse, Martin B. Cransky. INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF BAND Robert A. Fraccastoro, Gerald S. Davidson, John V. Childs, Stephen R. Osofsky, David J. Gravin, Francis Brady, Anthony A. Marino, Jr., Eugene F. Ridge, Jr., Joseph F. Uretsky, David J. Keyo, Billy D. Killen, Stephen M. Rosoff, Douglas B. Fraser. SECOND REGIMENT 6th Co., Colonel James V. Wright; 4th Co., Lt. Colonel Vincent C. Goglia, 5th Co., Major (1st Bat.) Robert A. Griffin; 7th Co., Major (2d Bat.) Hugh M. Taylor; 1st Co., Major (3d Bat.) Erich A. Schulze. MANUAL OF ARMS Paul LaToracca, Robert P. McDonough, Theodore Silva, Eton Wilson, Philip Tardanico, John Taylor, Thomas J. O’Keefe, Francis J. Miethe, Sidney G. Parker. INDIVIDUALS IN DRUM BUGLE CORPS Major H. Lewis, Robert Kasparian, Frank J. Spitaleri, Richard A. Molea, Kenneth T. Lyons, David M. Adler, Thomas F. O’Connell, Jr., Marchall Grodberg, Chester J. Macierowski, Thomas B. Pizzi, Paul D. Burton, Anthony Antidormi, Edwin J. Barrows, Jr. SENIOR CLASS DAY MAY 11, 1962 — 12:00 NOON FLAG SALUTE: America English High School Band SCRIPTURE READING . .Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master VOCAL SELECTION OPENING REMARKS William W. Barnes, President Class of 1962 HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1962 . . . .... Robert E. Cofield, Vice President Class of 1962 SELECTION Peter C. Siragusa, Director STUDENT COUNCIL . Michael D. Thornton, President, ’62 CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT James M. Horan and CLASS OL 1962 Kenneth M. Ableman, Executive Committee, ’62 SELECTION: “Theme from the Apartment” Robert G. Grushey, ’62 PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT . . . William W. Barnes, President Class of 1962 ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master CLASS OF 1962 CLASS SONG By Robert A. Fraccastoro, ’62 Martin B. Omansky, ’62 SENIOR LAWRENCE PRIZE CERTIFICATES Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master UNITED NATIONS CERTIFICATE AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master TIME CURRENT AFFAIRS AWARDS . . .Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master LIEUT. (J. G.) PAUL M. HALLORAN, U. S. N. R. AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master 1962 CLASS BUSINESS Class Secretary-Treasurer VALEDICTORY ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER English High School Band NATIONAL ANTHEM RECESSIONAL VALEDICTORY Look now, and look hard. Within an hour a class that has toiled for twelve years and lived in the marvellous fellowship that has been our high school life for four years will leave this hall and become a name, a record, and a memory. This is our graduation and our reward, and we stand poised to jump into a large world. hat lies in it for us — what are we to face? V e are caught, as all people, in the heaving swells and turmoil of a boundless sea of history. The last century has seen a new birth of free- dom in the world. Great empires that ruthlessly suppressed the freedoms of their subject peoples and fought desperately for more territory have been destroyed. Slavery has virtually dis- appeared. Colonial empires have been dissolved, and a league of youthful, aggressive, forward- looking nations has been created from them. The principle of self-determination for peoples of the same nationality is now regarded as an inviolable right instead of a revolutionary and evil presumption. After the great empires and monarchies were destroyed, other despots, disguised as representa- tives of democracy, attempted to recreate their nations’ former glory, but they too were crushed. Hitler’s Germany, Mussolini’s Italy, and Hiro- hito’s Japan paid dearly for their attempts at world conquest. But a more vicious horror, an inexorably creeping form of dictatorship, has noisily entered the arena of world politics and swal- lowed a large portion of the earth, Communism preaching a socialist heaven, woos and coerces nations into its deadly grasp and then sub- ordinates them and treats them far more cruelly than any of the colonies of the western powers. At the same time it preaches a noble and violent anti-colonialism and grabs power in freed colonial nations still bitter from their foreign rule. The free world has again and again banded together to stop the spread of the communist infection, but continually we lose millions of free people. The Western powers must stand on the borders of freedom and refuse to concede an iota of liberty or we shall find ourselves stand- ing alone against a communist world. This, then, is what faces us, and here lies our task. Our generat ion must take the decisive stand against communism and insure that the freedoms grudgingly extracted in blood over the past century will not be lost. We must stop the infection and create a world in peace and free- dom, and we cannot rest until we do. No man is too small, no land too unimportant to save. The goal of the span of man’s history — the unification of all mankind into a free association with common goals — is within our grasp. There is much to give us hope that this generation will succeed in the task. The material resources of the free nations of the West are ROBERT J. MACIEL far superior to those of the Soviet bloc. National- ism, by far the most powerful weapon in existence, is drawing the free nations into a closer partnership to protect themselves and each other from Communism. Above all, there is the spiritual power of the West, of those nations and men who have tasted oppression and war and who have been so horrified by its bitter- ness and tragedy that they will pay anv price to remain free. Although suppressed, the religi- ous faith and deep yearning of those people under communism to live free will work for us when the judgment comes. Ihe seal of the City of Boston declares “Sicut patribus, sit deus nobis” — “As God was to our fathers, so may he be to us.” On the hundredth anniversary of this school in 1921 the anniversary poet said of our Alma Mater: Mother of men, renew in us thy will, Breathe through us all the spirit that is thine. We would be faithful soldiers, keeping still Our purpose firm, our spirit strong and fine. We know toward what high goals our feet should press. Thy sons have shown the way; their nobleness Shall stir our own. With souls uplifted high, “The utmost for the highest” as our cry, We take the burden on our shoulders laid, We take the task that to our hands is given. In vain shall these have fought, in vain have striven. If we prove recreant; but unafraid Our hearts shall front the future. We must care For these high freedoms, won with blood and tears By these thy sons. And whether coming years Bring peace or clanging war, All that we have and are We pledge to thee, O Wonderful and Fair, Our Country! Show thy need and we will dare! With the grace of God and loyalty to the spirit of The English High School as set forth in those words, our generation, the men of this city and this school, and those of us graduating now will succeed, if not in creating, at least in paving the road to a world of brotherhood and freedom — the true “family of man.” ROBERT ]. MACIEL graduation ORDER OF EXERCISES PROCESSIONAL “THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER” ADDRESS OF WELCOME — William W. Barnes President, Class of 1962 PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING We 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. We all do extol Thee, Thou leader in battle, And pray that Thou still Our Defender wilt be. Let Thv 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 body, and from the Classes of 1863, 1870, 1877, 1880, 1883, and from nearly every gradu- ating class since the year 1883. FLUTE SOLO Stephen R. Osofsky, Class of 1962 Accompanied by Eugene DiGirolamo, member of the faculty REMARKS George Alpert, Class of 1915 President of E. H. S. Alumni Association WALTER F. DOWNEY SCHOLARSHIPS Joseph L. Malone, Head Master Exercises SCHOLASTIC ART AWARD CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL AWARD Maurice Davis, Class of 1911 CLASS OF 1925 SCHOLARSHIPS Rubin Epstein, Class of 192 5 MELVIN A. SHIKES SCHOLARSHIP Melvin A. Shikes, Class of 1921 ANDREW B. BOCH SCHOLARSHIP Andrew B. Boch, Class of 1921 DR. D. LEO DALEY SCHOLARSHIP Louis F. Musco, Class of 1929 DR. D. LEO DALEY SCHOLARSHIP Dr. Joseph H. Lipton, Class of 1927 BENJAMIN RICHMOND SCHOLARSHIP Benjamin Richmond, Class of 1929 CLASS OF 1895 A tribute to Colonel Thomas F. Sullivan by William H. Batum, Class of 1895 CLASS OF 1895 AWARDS — Joseph L. Malone, Head Master 1. Colonel Thomas F. Sullivan “Good Citizen " Award 2. English Prize STANLEY GAY HYDE FITCH SCHOLARSHIP Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch, Class of 1895 PIANO SELECTION Robert G. Grushey, Class of 1962 MAYOR JOHN F. COLLINS SCHOLARSHIP James A. Travers, Class of 1944 CLASS OF 1906 SCHOLARSHIP Monroe First, Class of 1906 JOSEPH KAPLAN SCHOLARSHIP Herbert E. Kaplan MOSKOW BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIPS Jay I. Moskow, Class of 1914 AWARD OF THE MILITARY DIPLOMAS General Timothy J. Regan, Class of 192 5 VALEDICTORY Robert J. Maciel, Class of 1962 AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch, Class of 1895 AWARD OF THE ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS Thomas S. Eisenstadt, Member, Boston School Committee “AMERICA” — The audience will stand and sing the first stanza RECESSIONAL AWARDS PRESENTED AT THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962 Award of the Franklin Medals Malcolm B. Await David J. Gravin Andrew M. Hansen Stephen M. Hourigan Jeffrey A. Robert J. Maciel Michael P. McLaughlin Edward Rodrigues Angelo A. Stamoulis Lamia Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch Scholarship Stephen M. Hourigan $200.00 Scholastic Art Award Anthony J. M. Senna Class of 1911 Medal Award David C. Gilman Colonel William H. Meanix Awards Arthur E. Carter 50.00 Donald L. Neville 50.00 Class of 1925 Scholarships Sarkis A. Simon 100.00 Peter A. Siegel 100.00 Melvin A. Shikes Scholarship William H. Nelson 100.00 Andrew B. Boch Scholarship Angelo A. Stamoulis 200.00 Dr. D. Leo Daley Class of 1929 Scholarship Robert E. Cofield 100.00 Dr. D. Leo Daley Class of 1927 Scholarship Eugene F. Ridge, Jr. 100.00 Benjamin Richmond Scholarship Jack D. Shear 100.00 Class of 1895 Col. Thomas F. Sullivan “Good Citizen " Award Richard H. Layne 100.00 English Award Stephen M. Hourigan 1 50.00 Mayor John F. Collins Scholarship Philip L. Russo 100.00 Class of 1906 Scholarship Anthony J. M. Senna 100.00 Joseph Kaplan Scholarship Jason B. Stengel 400.00 Moskow Brothers Scholarships Martin B. Omansky 200.00 David E. Goldenberg 100.00 Walter F. Downey Scholarships Malcolm B. Await 150.00 Gary R. Albuquerque 150.00 Robert G. Powers 150.00 Edward Ridrigues 150.00 David J. Gravin 100.00 William E. Hawkes 100.00 Robert D. Nathanson 100.00 Daniel A. Wiles 100.00 Kevin R. King 100.00 David C. Gilman 100.00 Cumston Prizes Michael J. Adessa, Jr. 200.00 Edward G. Lloyd 200.00 Michael P. McLaughlin 200.00 John Bouve Clapp Prize — Class of 1873 Robert J. Maciel 150.00 Clarence Walker Barron Memorial Scholarship Andrew M. Hansen 200.00 Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship Erich A. Schulze 100.00 Fred H. Sarke 100.00 Albert H. Wiggin Memorial Scholarship Angelo H. Stamoulis 200.00 Newman Silbert Scholarship William W. Barnes 500.00 Elliott P. Frazier Science Scholarship Wellington B. Fairweather 150.00 Laurence R. Atwood Chemistry Scholarship Kenneth T. Lyons 1 50.00 Enor E. Lundin Mathematics Scholarship William H. Nelson 1 50.00 American Legion Medal Award Robert J. Maciel Class of 1910 Award Louis J. Solari 100.00 Class of 1913 Award Robert D. O’Toole 150.00 John H. Ward Scholarship Paul A. Weinberg Vincent P. Morton Scholarship Sumner J. Levenson Class of 1921 Award Dennis F. Ford Class of 1922 Award Peter K. Pagington Class of 1934 Award Frederick S. Prifty Class of 1962 Laurence R. Atwood Scholarship Andrew M. Hansen Miah J. Falvey Awards Joseph T. Chin 50.00 Michael D. Thornton 50.00 Robert A. Fraccastoro 50.00 Thomas F. Avlward 50.00 English High School Home and School Association Scholarships William H. Nelson 150.00 Warren E. Prescott 100.00 Steven J. Rosenthal 100.00 Richard C. Bookman 100.00 Paul E. Finer 100.00 Neil A. Frank 100.00 Michael S. Greenside 100.00 Peter H. Kirkorian 100.00 Algis L. Lapsys 100.00 Scholarship Anonymous Jeffrey A. Lamia 400.00 Sears Roebuck Scholarships Robert J. Maciel 1,200.00 David J. Gravin 200.00 Undergraduate Scholarships Freshmen Vincent B. Talbot 100.00 Paul J. Willbanks 50.00 Sophomores Stephen M. Gilman 100.00 Albert F. Dinicola 50.00 Juniors Lawrence E. White 100.00 Paul D. Greenbaum 50.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 150.00 100.00 100.00 SONG OF THE CLASS OF 1962 By Robert A. Fraccastoro Martin B. Omansky (Air: “Aura Lee”) In joyous voice we praise your name, The name of English High; Your Triumphs all your sons acclaim, Our noble English High. Alma Mater, tried and true! We’ll ever hold you dear . . . All thro’ life we’ll turn to you, Your teachings we’ll revere. Now it’s time to bid farewell To our English High. As we leave these hallowed halls, Remem’b’ring times gone bv, English High! English High! We pledge to you anew Thro’ all the years our loyalty . . . Our colors: blue and blue! 5 f ALMA MATER ?g«i Alma Mater, tried and true, English High, our English High; Oft our hearts shall turn to vou, English High, our English High; Should c er the laurel wreath be mine, I’ll lay the honor at thv shrine, Our hearts, our hopes, our pravers are thine English High, our English High. ' Men may come and men may go, English High, our English High; et in deep and peaceful flow, English High, our English High; Shall thy stream of learning wide Through the ages grandly glide, Ever to thy sons a pride, English High, our English 1 iigh. 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