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

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Zke Snglish Migk 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 Report 1820 •I ?. !lf Joremrd. . . We, the Class of 1963, have within the pages of this book, attempted to record the happenings of our final year at the Enghsh High School. Th roughout our year at the English High School we have acquired the spirit of honor and resp onsibility 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 ' s Message As Head Master of The English High School, may I extend my heartiest congratulations to the members of the Class of 1963 on their splendid record of achievement during the past four years. Many of you have made outstanding contributions to our school through your scholastic endeavors. Others have been successful in extra-curricular activities. All of you are deserving of praise and commendation for your efforts to give leadership and direction to worth-while school activities. Most of you will be going on to the coUege of your choice, while others will be entering the business world. I know I can count on all of the members of the Class of 1963 to strive to be men of honor and achievement through service to mankind. As you go your separate ways, you carry with you our best wishes for success in every purposeful endeavor. Edwin F. Butters Assistant Head Master Assistant Mead Master ' s Message The Class of 1963 can well be proud of its undergraduate record at The English High School. In the classroom, on the athletic field, and in the general life of the school, this class has contributed much to the traditions of English High. The spirit of cooperation and good fellowship which | ermeates the class is indeed worthy of commendation. Such " esprit de corp s " cannot help but have a salutary effect on the classes that will come after you. You have studied hard. You have played well. The lessons that you have learned will prove valuable in the years ahead. As you enter the business or professional world, set your sights on a goal and follow through. With determination, hard work, and honest effort, you can lead reasonably happy and successful lives. I could wish no more for you as you leave on graduation day. Congratulations and the best of luck in the years to come. ANGELO TRANIELLO B. B. A. 1929, Boston University Ed. M. 1930, Boston University ' M. B. A. 1931. Boston University Mass. CP. A. 1933 Appointed, 1934 CHARLES F. MURPHY A. B. 1916 Holy Cross Appointed December, 1924 JOSEPH FRANCIS SHEEHAN A. B. 1929, A. M. 1930 Boston College Appointed March, 1931 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 believe deserve special mention for their outstanding service to the Class of 1963, as well as to the entire English High School. Not only do these teachers accomplish that which they are expected to do, but they also go far beyond the required to accommodate 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, occurring all too often. WILLIAM J. STEWART, JR. B.S. 1942, Notre Dame Ed. M. 1946, Boston University C. A. G. S. 1948, Boston University Appointed, 1947 OLT! One «k Wt teaikn m b b ol m. kih lie lis of teackn ten FOI dicatt aculti n foi l%i »l Iso imni THOMAS GEORGE ECCLES A. B. 1923 Boston College Ed. M. Harvard 1934 Appointed May, 1936 OUTSTANDING SERVICE One can only guess at the number of students hose lives and careers have been successful irectly through the efforts of one or all of the jachers depicted in these pages. The number lust be great indeed, for not only have they leen of immeasurable service to the Class of 963, but also to the many graduating classes hat have preceded us. These few lines can hardly express the feel- ngs of gratitude shared by so many for these eachers. However, we merely wish to show hese men that their work on our behalf does lot go unnoticed or unappreciated. In short, Never have so many owed so much to so few. " JOSEPH L. KENNEY A. B. Holy Cross 1919 Ed. M. Harvard 1928 Appointed January, 1934 FRANK A. REPETTO Ph. B. Boston College Ph. B., Ed. M., Boston College Appointed September, 1931 yearbook FACULTY ADVISOR Mr. Russell A. Langley BUSINESS EDITORS Seated (left to right): Harold I. Visnick, Gabriel J. Dimino PHOTOGRAPHERS Sidney J. Feldman, Frederick S. Cohen ART AND TYPING Seated (left to right): Serafim Kara- lexis, William J. Ford Standing (left to right): Paul W. Shumsker, Michael L. Steir. THE STAFF Seated (left to right): Arnold Z. Schneider, Mark M. Meltzer, Alan L Butters, Peter A. Fickeisen. Standing (left to right): Serafim Karalexis, Sidney J. Feldman, Michael L Steir, Lawrence E. White, Paul W. Shumsker, William Shorr. In Absentia: Martin Spiegel, Edgar Camell, Paul Sparrow. Editorial Sidney J. Spiegel The time existed, a few centuries ago, when it was imma- terial that most of the world ' s population did not know how to read or write; did not know the simplest rules of mathematics; or did not know about the political and social systems which have been created. For in those days most f)eople were, in fact, if not in name, slaves to a system governed by an oligarchy. It was assumed that these rulers knew all that anyone needed to know. Today, we in the Western world engage in self-rule. This, however, is a very risky business. We now know that ruling ourselves is not a sufficient end in itself — for if we rule badly, we may be thrust back into a state of slavery. The task we face today is not merely to rule ourselves, but to rule wisely — so wisely that our own dignity along with the dignity of all man- kind is brought to light. And from where will this wisdom to rule come? It comes, of course, through the adventures of learning and understand- ing. We have come to learn that knowledge may be a dangerous thing. The search for knowledge, understanding, and wisdom must be pressed forward ever more energetically. For we know that whatever problems knowledge may bring us, they hardly transcend the distress created by those of ignorance. Today, as we are leaving English High School, we have acquired something more than just a diploma, we have acquired a foundation for the knowledge necessary to the proper guidance of both our lives and those of all mankind. President ' s Message Barry E. Hickman As the Class of 1963 completes its graduating year and leaves the shelter of the great English High School, it is fitting that each member pause to consider his accomplishments and future plans. We entered as eager freshmen in the annex, full of ambi- tion and hope. As sophomores we transferred to the main build- ing and were determined to make good our goals. In our three years here under the fine guidance and teachings of our head- master, Dr. Malone, and our many teachers, we have accom- plished our aim, that is, to graduate. Some of us will continue our education at one of the many institutions of higher learning. Before us lie years of study, more difficult than we have ever experienced. But we will not complain for the realization that something worthwhile can be accomplished only through perseverence. Some of us will immediately enter the business world. A world in which today the competition is greater than ever be- fore; a world into which thousands of high school and college students enter yearly. Others of us will enter the military service where there are unlimited possibilities for advancement. Whichever path we choose, problems will confront us, but let our desire to succeed be the incentive which will drive us on to greater efforts and greater success. No matter how successful we become let us not forget our school motto: Be Clean, Be Square, Be Courteous. Committee Chairmen Frederick S. Cohen Picture Committee Richard J. Siles Alumni Committee Zhe 1885 — 1886 FACULTY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Seated (left to right): Messrs. William Hughes, Paul Heins, Thomas Eccles (Head), Robert Simmons, Cyril Conroy. Standing (left to right): Messrs. Robert Russell, Russell Langley, Robert Dennehy, Richard Willits, John Doherty, Antonio Giarraputo, John Murphy, Jr., John Fleming. HISTORY DEPARTMENT I Seated (left to right): Messrs. Robert Sheridan, William Devore (Head), Joseph Kenney, Richard Ryan. Standing (left to right): Messrs. Kenneth Johnson, Ed- win Mosher, Jr., Daniel Tarpey, John Murphy, Jr. ROMANCE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Seated (left to right): Messrs. William Walsh, Milton Bomstein (Head), Frank Repetto. Standing (left to right): Messrs. Antonio Giarraputo, Eugene D. Girolamo, William Mulcahy, Herbert McCarthy, Jacob Aronson. LATIN-GERMAN DEPARTMENT Seated (left to right): Messrs. Joseph Sheehan, Charles McCarthy (Head), Francis Ready. MATH DEPARTMENT Seated (left to right): Messrs. Charles Murphy, John O ' Brien (Head), Peter George, Robert Sheridan. Standing (left to right): Messrs. Robert Glennon, Matthew Ruggiero, Armand Veneliano, William Themistocles. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Seated (left to right): Messrs. Eben Rosenfield, Charles Kaufman (Head). Standing (left to right): Messrs. Robert Glennon, James Golden, John O ' Neill, Jr., Joseph Connolly, Arthur Gustus, Ralph Berkowitz, James Keaney, Jacob Aronson. lummmiuoim BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Seated (left to ri ht): Messrs. Benjamin Levenson, An- gelo Traniello, Louis Mazer (Head), Edward Bell, Peter Mullen, John Keelon, Donald Carbone, An- tonio Gizzi, John Craven, Charles Gustin, Walter Lee. PHYSICAL EDUCATION and MILITARY DRILL Seated (left to right): Messrs. William Stewart, William McCluskey, Frederick Gillis, Jr. Standing (left to right): William DufFy, Patrick King. VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Seated (left to right): Messrs. Paul Shea, Joseph Lapidus. BAND Seated (left to right): Messrs. Charles Deninger, Morris Greyser (Head), Donald Carbone. HOME and SCHOOL ASSOCIATION This year has been a very successful one for the Home and School Association. Under the leadership of its qualified officers, the association has done its utmost to improve parent-teacher relations. The association has helped to bring about a more intensified interest on the part of the parents towards school work and home study. An annual event of the association ' s program is the fashion show, to provide scholarships for members of the Senior Class. This year ' s show was a tremendous success with the raising of over thirteen hundred dollars for scholarships. The English High School Home and School Association deserves the highest praise for the capable manner in which it has helped to make English High School one of Boston ' s leading schools. Dedication Elliot P. Frazier The Class of 1963, in appreciation of his many services to the student body, dedicates its Senior Year Book to Mr. Elhott P. Frazier, Head of the Science Department Emeritus and Adviser on all senior activities. A chemistry teacher at The English High School since 1922, " Doc, " as he is affectionately known by succeeding classes of E. H. S. alumni, has given unsparingly of his time through his years at the school. The first to arrive in the morning and the last to depart in the late afternoon, " Doc " has been responsible for steering men of English High School into the proper colleges for over a generation. No praise is adequate to express the gratitude owed by the gradu- ating class to Mr. Frazier. o RETIREMENTS 5o This year marked the retirement of two fine members of the Faculty: Major W ilham J. McCluskey of the Department of MiHtary Science and Drill, and Mr. Andrew L. Gemmel of the English Department. The " Major, " as he was affectionately known to the upper classes at E. H. S., came to the school as drill instructor in 1960, after many years of service at Dorchester High. Although a Master in the School for a comparatively short time. Major McCluskey cer- tainly has made an indelible impression on those fortunate enough to fall under his command. Mr. Gemmel, who was appointed to English High in 1956 after many years of service at Roxbury Memorial, brought to the English Department a fine faculty in the instruction of the basic fundamentals of his subject. His enthusi- astic approach and dynamic attitude should be firmly entrenched in the memories of those fortunate enough to stud} under him. Forced to retire prematurely by ill health in November 1962, Mr. Gemmel ' s forceful presence will be missed by the faculty and student body. IN MEMORIAM It was with the deepest regret that the faculty and student body learned of the death, early in 1963, of Mr. John E. Bowler, a teacher in the school from 1931 - 1961, and Acting Head of the Business Department for several years. Daniel J. Foley died this year at the age of 84; a teacher of Business Edu- cation at E. H. S. from 1911 - 1949, he was Head of the Business Department for 35 years. John D. Shore, a member of the Mathematics Department for 30 years t until his retirement in 1955, also passed on during the past year. PICTURE COMMITTEE Seated (left to right): Michael Arria, Edward East, Joseph McLean. Standing (left to right): Michael Herman, Frederick Cohen (Chair- man), Serafin Karalexis. Seated (left to right): Robert Donahue (Chairman), Joseph Cap- prini. Standing (left to right): Robert Atkinson, Alan Butters. PROM COMMITTEE ( ass YEARBOOK COMMITTEE Seated (left to right): Preston Johnson, Peter Fickeisen. Standing (left to right): Ronald Katz (Chairman), Duncan Elie. ' ommittees JOHN J. ADAMS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Continue on in school College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars, Football, Bowling Crew 3, 4 GEORGE J. AGABEDIS School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. Ambition: Success in business world College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Cars Crew 3, 4 PETER AHEARN Ambition: Pilot Hobbies: Commercial Pilot License Crew 2, 3, 4 KENNETH R. ALLEN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambitioti: Success in business Hobbies: Ping pong ARTHUR C. ANGELES School: William B. Rogers Ambitioft: Pro Football College: Ohio State Hobbies: Model planes, Dancing Executive Committee 4; Military Commission, Captain 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Room Captain 4; Intramural Basketball Captain and Coach 3, 4 GEORGE C. ANGELES School: William B. Rogers Ambition: Accountant College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Bowling Picture Committee 4; Intramural Basketball 3, 4 THOMAS V. ARDITA School: Sacred Heart High Ambition: Doctor College: New York University Hobbies: Sports, Billiards Military Commission 4; Office Aide 2, 3 S2 iHigk School MICHAEL M. AKRIA School: English High Annex Authitiou: Success College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Bowling Honor Roll 1; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Pic- ture Committee 4 ROBERT A. ATKINSON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: United States Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Swimming, Ice Skating Alumni Committee 4; Lawrence Prize: Math 1, Latin 1; Room Captain 3; Crew 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3 NORMAN AZER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Success Hobbies: Sports, Bowling, Cars JAMES P. BAILEY School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Commercial Fisherman College: Massachusetts Maritime Academy Hobbies: Fishing Alumni Committee 4; Art Club 3; Crew 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Color Guard 4 ARTHUR W. BARTON, JR. School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2; Military Commission 4; In- tramural Basketball 3, 4 DAVID A. BERENSON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Sportswriter College: Boston University Hobbies: Pro Sports, History JOSEPH M. BICKNEVICIUS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Reading Crew 2, 3 r 1963 HENRY C. BIGHAMS School: Rice Franklin Ambition: Businessman College: Bay State CommunitA ' College Hobbies: Photography Band 1; Drum and Bugle Corps 1 Z fe 8HgM MAX E. C. BILLARD School: William E. Russell Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College of Accounting Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize: Business Education 3; Fidelity Prize 1, 2 ROBERT W. BISHOP School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Commission in U. S. Army Hobbies: Coins, Military Insignias KENNETH P. BISSETT School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Bands, Drum and Bugle Corps Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Chemistr, Club 1; Patrol 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Variety ' Show 1,2; Mihtary Commission 4, 1st Lieutenant ANTHONY N. BONANNO School: Pati ck T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Civil Engineer College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Alumni Committee 4; Student Council 2, Vice President 3; Room Councillor 2, 3; Baseball 2 STEPHEN A. BORKOWSKI School: English High Annex Ambition: Electronics College: Northeastern Hobbies: Electronics Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 3; Record Staff 4; Office Aide 1; Room Councillor 1; Drill Team 3, 4; Crew 2, 3, 4; Military Commission 4, 1st Lieutenant JOSEPH L. BOTTI School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: To make money College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Cars Song Committee 4; Intramiu al Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 4 S2 , Higk School PAUL R. BOVAIRD School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Engineering Collegia: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Model Building Horor Roll 1, 2; Office Aide 3 KENNETH E. BOWDEN School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Bookkeeper Hobbies: Sports Drum and Bugle Corps 3, 4; Track 3 PAUL C. BOWKER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Marine Biology College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Skin Diving, Drums DAVID L. BOYD School: Rice Franklin Ambition: Composer, singer College: Amherst Hobbies: Songwriting DAVID A. BRACHETTI School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Automotive Engineer College. Northeastern Hobbies: Cars Chess Club 2; Discussion Club 3; Auto Club 4 PHILLIP W. BRADY School: Prince Ambition: Salesman College: Boston University HOWARD A. BRENNER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: To join diplomatic Corps College: George Washington University Hobbies: Short Wave Radio, Printing, Debating Lawrence Prize: World History 2; Record Staff 4; Chess Club 3; Forum Club 3; Dis- cussion Club 3, 4; Debating Team 4, Co- Chairman; Variety Show 3; Red Cross Representative 4 7963 STEVEN H. BRICKMAN School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: U. S. Ambassador to Israel College: Newton Junior College Hobbies: Gardening, Landscaping Discussion Club 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; Room Captain 2 BARRY D. BROWN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Electrician College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Cars, Radios, Stamps, Coins Auto Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4 DAVID J. BROWN School: Plant High, Tampa, Fla. Ambition: Professional Writer Hobbies: Writing, Reading, Swimming, Coins DONALD A. BROWN School: Boston Latin School College: Northeastern Hobbies: HiFi, Cars Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3; French Club 1 JAMES V. BRUNO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Rewarding Career College: Yale Hobbies: Guns, Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Victory Club 4; Yearbook Committee 4, Chairman; Patrol 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Room Captain 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Golf 4 RODNEY C. BRUNSELL School: Boston Latin School Ambition: To be a Millionaire College: Eastern Nazarene College Hobbies: Boating, Fishing, Bowling, Coins Patrol 3, 4 STUART R. BRYER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Radio Work College: Boston University Hobbies: Billiards ' ' School JOHN P. BUNCE School: Prince A-nbition: To work with people CoUezc: Boston University Hobbies: Counseling, Camping, Mountain Climb- ing Record Staff 4; Office Aide 1; Drum and Bugle Corps 1; Track 1 JOHN F. BURTON School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Camping Honor Roll 1, 2; Record Staff 4; Discussion Club 2; Trick Drill Team 3, 4; Patrol 1; Military Commission 4, Platoon Leader ALAN L. BUTTERS School: English High Annex Ambition: Success in College College: Dartmouth College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Victory Club 4; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Student Council 3; Military Commission 4, Captain; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to Boys State 3; Cheerleader 4; Prom Committee 4; U. N. Trip 1, 2; Model U. N. Representative 4 ANTHONY F. CAGGIANO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Businessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Dancing, Cars, Swimming, Camping Honor Roll 1 CHARLES J. CALABRESE School: William E. Russell Ambition: Doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: Weightlifting, Billiards, Bowling Glee Club 2, 3, 4 HERBERT F. CALLAHAN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Cars Room Councillor 1, 2; Prom Committee 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Hockey 1, 2 JOSEPH A. CAPPRINI School: Donald McKay Ambition: Rewarding Career College: Dartmouth College Hobbies: Sports, Guns Prom Committee 4; Victory Club 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 3; Football 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 3, 4; Golf 4 1963 EDWARD J. CAREY School: St. Peters Anilyitioii: Traveling Salesman Collciic: Northeastern Hohbica: Cars Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize: Basic Math 1 JEREMIAH R. CAREY School: Patrick F. Gavin Ai}ihitio)i: Math Teacher College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Photography EDGAR C. CARNELL School: St. Gregorys Ambition: Doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Math Club 3; Room Councillor 2; Yearbook Staff 4 KENNETH F. CAULFIELD School: St. Gregorys Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Swimming, Bowling Office Aide 4 JOHN A. CAROTA School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Architect College: Tufts College Hobbies: Commercial Art Honor Roll I, 2, 3; Art Club 4; Mihtary Com- mission 4; Track 2, 3, 4 THOMAS C. CERULLO School: John Cheverus Ambition: Medical Career College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Watcrskiing, Boating, Cars Room Councillor 3; Crew 4; Military Commis- sion 4, 1st Lieutenant MYRON T. CHAMBERS School: Lewis J. H. Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: North Carolina A T Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Room Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 4, Captain; Junior Achievement 3 J$2J Higk School BRUCE W. CHAPLIN School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts College Hobbies: Biology, Reading Fidelity Prize 3; Office Aide 4 RICHARD B. CHASE School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: General Contractor College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars, Sports Military Commission 4, Platoon Sergeant RODERICK CHIN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, Chess, Ping pong ALVAN F. CHORNEY School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Engineer College: Tufts College Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Dancing Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize: Math 2; Math League 3, 4; Track 2; Room Captain 3; In- tramural Basketball 3, 4 HENRY A. CIAMPA School: John Cheverus Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Bowling, Billiards Room Councillor 1 ; Track 1 JOSEPH S. CIARAMITARO School: Michelangelo Ambition: I. B. M. Operator College: I. B. M. School Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Motor Scooters Patrol 2, 3; Office Aide 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 4, Captain 3; Base- ball 2, J. V. Captain; Military Commission 4, 1st Lieutenant; Room Captain 2 THOMAS J. CINELLI School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Drum and Bugle Corps, Band, Sports, Dancing Variety Show 1, 2; Patrol 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Captain; Boston Senior Symphony Band 3, 4 JOHN A. CIOPPA School: Sacred Heart High Ambition: Arranger for an orchestra College: Ingo Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Swimming, Fishing, Sports Drum and Bugle Corps 1; Variety Show 1, 2, 3 RAYMOND A. CLARK School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Draftsman College: Mass. Trades Shops Hobbies: Sports, Saihng, Electronics Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Military Comm sion 4, 1st Sergeant ALAN E. CLAYMAN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Honor Roll 3 WILLIAM r. CLEARY School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Bookkeeper Hobbies: Sports Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Track 4 FRED S. COHEN School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Psychologist College: Universit) ' of Mass. Hobbies: Photography, Music Picture Committee 4, Chairman; Office Aide 2, 3; Variety Show 4 Patrol 2; RICHARD J. COHEN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars, Bowling, Football Auto Club 4; Track Manager 2 STEPHEN H. OOHEN School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roll 2, 3; Military Commission 4; Trick Drill Team 4 Higk School SUMNER COHEN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Reading, Dancing Office Aide 4; A. Z. A. 3 FRANCIS J. COLEMAN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Basketball Track 2; Intramural Basketball 3, 4 MICHAEL A. COMMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, Dancing Record Staff 4; Forum 2; A. Z. A. 3; Junior Achievement 4 JAMES F. CONLON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Dentist College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Reading Intramural Basketball 3, 4 GEORGE M. CONROY School: English High Annex College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Golf, Bowling Secretary Treasurer 4; Chess Club 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 4; Track 1, 2; Golf 3, 4 JOEL M. COOPER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Stockbroker Hobbies: Cars, Electronics Office Aide 4 STEVEN H. COOPER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: State Police Official College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Photography Honor Roll 1; Auto Club 4; Drill Team 3, 4 96S JOHN P. COPPONI, JR. School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: Electronics Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Cars Fidelity Prize 3; Room Councillor 3 JOHN W. CRESSWELL School: William E. Russell Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Baseball, Football Honor Roll 1, 2; Record Staff 3; Councillor 2; Military Commission 4 PAUL E. M. CRONIN School: Washington Irving J. H. Ambition: Automotive Technician College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Dancing, Driving Patrol 3; Office Aide 2 II ZAe Snglish I Room IVAN CROWELL School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. College. Burdett College Hobbies: Cars, Hockey BRIAN CUTLER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Physical Education Instructor College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Acting Military Commission 4; Intramural Basketball 3, 4 PAUL R. DAIKOS School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: History Teacher College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports Military Commission 4 SETH E. DARTLEY School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Hiking, Study of History and Literature Record Staff 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; De- bating Club 3, 4 S2 VINCENT P. DEARE School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Urologist College; Howard University Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Committee 4; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; C. Y. O. ANTHONY J. DeCHRISTOFORO School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Painting Science Fair, 2nd Prize, 3 THOMAS V. DELOFFI, JR. School: Prince Ambition: U. S. Navy College: United States Naval Academy Hobbies: Fisning, Radios, Chess Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3 4; Intramural Baseball 2; Intramural BasketDa ll 4; Track 2; Baseball 3; Military Commission 4, Sergeant DONALD P. DeMARCO School: St. Anthony Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Hockey Honor Roll 1; Room Captain 4; Intramural Baseball 2; Intramural Basketball 3, 4 CARL V. DENINNO School: Robert Gould Shaw J. H. Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Football, Hockey Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councillor 4; Student Council 4; Intramural Basketball 4; Military Commission 4, Lieutenant; Baseball 1; Basket ball 1 JOHN M. DePIETRO School- Boston Latin School Ambition: To become a guitarist College: Boston University Hobbies: Playing Instruments, Hunting, Fishing Discussion Club 4; Forum Club 4; Trick Drill Team 4, Captain; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Military Commission 4, Captain; Golf 3 ANTHONY J. DeSIMONE School: Washington Irving J. H. Ambition: Rewarding Career College: Northeastern Hobbies: Billiards, Dancing, Skiing Intramural Basketball 4 WILLIAM S. DeSIMONE School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Oceanographer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Di ing, Hunting, Fishing Intramural Baseball 2 BERNARD R. DEVLIN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Aviation or Electronics College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Amateur Radio, Flying, Models LawTence Prize 3; Military Commission 4, Lieutenant WILLIAM L. DICKINSON School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Records Office Aide 4; Military ' Commission 4, Lieuten- ant JOSEPH A. DiGREGORIO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: I. B. M. Operator College: Chamberlayne Junior College Hobbies: Sports, Cars Military Commission 4, Captain GABRIEL J. DIMINO School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be extremely wealthy College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, Reading, Fishing Yearbook Staff 4; Science Club 2, 3, Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3; Library Corps 2; Drum and Bugle Corps 2, 3, 4; Milian ' Commission 4, Lieutenant; U. N. Trip 4; Glee Club 4 STANLEY M. DiORIO School: William Blackstone College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2; Junior Achievement 4; In- tramural Baseball 2 PAUL F. DOHERTY School: Sacred Heart High Ambition: Engineer College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Hockey, Sailing Junior Achievement 1 I S2 i . High School FRANK L. DOLLIVER School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Lawyer Collc ' -c- C. W. Post Hobbies: Music Military Commission 4, Sergeant STANLEY P. DOMURAT School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor College: University of Kentucky Hobbies: Music Auto Club 4; Patrol 3 ROBERT D. DONAHUE School: St. Theresa Ambition: Physical Education Instructor College: University of New Mexico Hobbies: Running Yearbook Committee 4, Chairman; Record Staff 3, 4; Patrol 4; Room Councillor 1, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 RICHARD W. DONELAN School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Physical Education Instructor College: North Carolina College Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 4; Military Commission 4, Sergeant; Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Cross Country 2 JOHN DONOFRIO School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Northeastern Hobbies: Billiards, Football Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3 ALBERT A. DONOGHUE School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: To attend Business School College: School of Business Education Hobbies: Sports Military Commission 4, 2nd Lieutenant FRANCIS X. DONOVAN School: William E. Russell Ambition: U. S. Marine Corps College: School of Business Education Hobbies: Football, Baseball 963 PAUL A. DONOVAN School: St. Marks Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern Hobbies: Golf, Hockey, Football Basketball 2, J. V.; Golf 2, 3, 4 JOHN F. DOOLEY School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Construction Hobbies: Reading, Sports BRIAN J. DORIS School: Clarence R. Edwards J. H. Ambition: Physical Education Instructor College: Springfield College Hobbies: Swimming Swimming Team 2, 3, Captain 4 WALTER R. DOUCETTE School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling Health Room Corps 2 JAMES L. DOUGAN School: William E. Russell Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Mechanics Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Chess Club I; Health Room Corps 3; Room Councillor 3; Room Captain 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Class of 1923 Award 3 THEODORE E. DOWGIALLO School: William E. Russell Ambition: Business Field College: Bentley College Hobbies: Coins Chess Club 1; Mihtary Commission 4; Track 2 KEVIN P. DOYLE School: St. Josephs Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports Track 1, 3 S2 Higk School JAMES L. DRISCOLL School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Business Field College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports JAMES DUGAS School: St. Marks Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 EDWARD J. EAST School: St. Theresa Ambition: Success College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Weightlifting Song Committee 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Room Captain 1, 2, 3 WAYNE A. EDGE School: William E. Russell Ambition: Bookkeeping Hobbies: Cars, Records Honor Roll 1, 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Fidelity Prize 3 JOSEPH F. EGAN School: William Barton Rogers Ambition: Career in Mathematics College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Coins French Club 4; Baseball 2, J. V.; Track 3; Cross Country 2, 4 EDWARD P. ELIBERO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Priesthood College: Maryknoll Seminary Hobbies: Writing Poems, Reading, Modern Lan- guages Honor Roll 3; French Club 4; Military Com- mission 4, Lieutenant DUNCAN R. ELIE School: Boston Latin School College: Brown University Hobbies: Hockey, Sailing Honor Roll 1; Patrol 4; Military Commission 4, Captain; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2, 3 r963 GEORGE W. EVANS School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Military Service Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Basketball HOWARD M. FA VERM AN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Business Administration College: Boston University Hobbies: Chess Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Discussion Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Office Aide 3; Health Room Corps 1 ROBERT F. FA School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Journalist College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Ice skating Record Staff 3; French Club 2; Track 2 DANIEL J. FEDERICO School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports Track 3 JACK J. FERBER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Georgia Tech Hobbies: Sports, Reading Intramural Basketball 3 DENNIS J. FERZOCO School: Boston Latin School Atnbition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Electrical Jobbing, Sports Militan ' Commission 4, 1st Lieutenant; In- tramural Basketball 3 JOHN E. FETHERSTON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Sports, Cars fS2 M PETER FICKEISEN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Victory Club 4; Patrol 3, 4; Room Captain 2; Baseball 4; Trick Drill Team 4, Captain; Honor Roll 1 DAVID E. FISH School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Hobbies: Cars. Electronics, Animals Auto Club 4, Secretary; Math Club, 4 FREDERICK M. HSHLIN School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps Lawrence Prize 3: Typing, Auto Club 4; Crew CHARLES L. FLINK School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: College Professor and Novelist College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamps, Photography, Writing Military Commission 4 EDWARD R. FOOTE School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports JOHN H. FOWLER School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Physical Education Instructor College: North Carolina College Hobbies: Track, Stamps, Coins Cross Country Co-Captain, 2, 3, 4 MARK L. FREEDMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Public Relations College: Mass. Bay Community College Hobbies: Cars, Hunting Honor Roll 2; Office Aide 4 GEORGE F. FREEMAN School: St. Marks Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Mass. Bay Community College Fidelity Prize 1 PETROW J. FRIERSON School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Connecticut Hobbies: Track, Baseball Patrol 2; Office Aide 2; Drum and Bugle Corps 3, 4; Military Commission 4, 1st Lieu- tenant; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 1; Intramural Basket- ball 4; Junior Achievement 4 ROBERT E. FULLER School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Politics, Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Room Councillor 4; Student Council 4; In- tramural Basketball 4 MICHAEL C. GALLUCCIO School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To attend college Hobbies: Sports Song Committee 4; Health Room Corps 4 JAMES R. GALVIN School: Boston College High Ambition: Bookkeeper College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Stamps, Football PAUL R. GELINEAU School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. Ambition: Military Officer College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Oil Painting Honor Roll 2; French Club 4; Basketball 3, 4; Room Captain 4 PHILIP S. GELINEAU School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. Ambition: Teacher College: Fitchburg Teachers College Hobbies: Fishing, Football, Golf Intramiural Basketball 4 Pi 1S21 High School JOSEPH J. GENEVICH School: St. Peters Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Coins, Stamps Band 3, 4 GEORGE J. GEORGE School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Draftsman Hobbies: Sports Track 3, 4 KENNETH E. GEORGE School: Martin Milmore Ambition: Episcopal Minister College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Stamps Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize: General Science, Health Education; Fidelity Prize 2; Patrol 3; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2, 3; Current Science and Aviation Award 1 ROGER L. GIARRAPUTO School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Military Career College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Reading, Dancing, Records Lawrence Prize: Italian 1, 2, 3 MARTIN E. GORDON School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Radio Chess Club 4; Trick Drill Team 3, 4 JAMES A. GRAHAM School: Lewis J. H. Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Art Band 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2 ROBERT J. GRAYDEN School: St. Matthews Ambition: Success in Business Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize 3: Merchandising ms EARLE GREEN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Successful Businessman College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports HENRY A. GREEN School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Success College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Bowling PAUL D. GREENBAUM School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Work in Foreign Service College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps, Reading Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize: French 4; Record Staff 4, Editor; Discussion Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Undergraduate Scholarship 3 LAWRENCE P. GREENLAW, JR. School: Boston Latin School College: Colby College Hobbies: Sailing, Hunting Alumni Committee 4 STEPHEN S. GROLNIC H. School: Solomon Lewenberg J Ambition: Radio Technician Auto Club 4 ALBERT J. GUARINO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Office Work College: Boston Clerical School RICHARD J. GUINEY School: St. Theresas Ambition: Office Work Hobbies: Stamps Glee Club 3 S2 . High School ROBERT S. GUNDERSHEIM School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Draftsman College: Northeastern Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 1; Auto Club 4 DAVID C. HALLAHAN School: Our Lady of Assumption Ambition: Business Executive College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, Skin Diving, Horseback Riding Fidelity Prize 3; Military Commission 4, 1st Lieutenant RICHARD C. HALLISSEY School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 2; Golf 2, 3, 4 ROBERT J. HANLON School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Electronics Technician College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Electronics, Boating, Swimming ROBERT M. HARRINGTON School: St. Augustines Ambition: Teach at English High School College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Bowling Room Councillor 3; Student Council 3 EDWARD J. HARTNETT School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer Hobbies: Billiards, Stamps Baseball 2; Basketball 3 ALFRED HAUGHTON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Civil Engineer College: West Point Hobbies: Golf, Baseball, Music Math Club 3; Debating Club 4 HERBERT L. HAYES School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Business Executive College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing French Club 2 LEO F. HENNIGAN School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Success College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Sports, Drum and Bugle Corps Office Aide 2; Swimming Team 3, 4 ALAN J. HERMAN School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Photography, Swimming Picture Committee 4; Office Aide 4 BARRY E. HICKMAN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Success College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports President 1, 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 PETER B. HOFFMANN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Business Executive College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Scouting Fidelity Prize 3; Chess Club 3 FRANK X. HOLBROOK School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Reading RICHARD M. HOMAN School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Journalism College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Bowling, Basketball French Club 4; Intramural Basketball 4 Higk School THOMAS P. HYLAND School: St. Matthews Ambition: College Hobbies: Swimming, Rowing Crew 2, 3, 4 RODNEY M. JACKSON School: Cathedral High Ambition: Catholic Priesthood College: Cardinal O ' Connell Seminary Hobbies: Writing, Baseball, Singing, Dramatics Fidelity Prize 1; Record Staff 1; Room Coun- cillor 1; Debating Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; French Club 2 WALTER F. JACKSON School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Surgeon College: Boston College Hobbies: Photography, Hunting, Fishing Honor Roll 1; Football 3; Delegate to Boys State 3 ARTHUR E. JACOBS School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Dentist College: University of Miami Hobbies: Billiards, Photography RICHARD A. JARVIS School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 4; Intramural Basketball 4 PRESTON JOHNSON School: Rice Franklin Ambition: Success Hobbies: Airplane Models Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2 WILLIAM E. JOHNSON School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Engineer College: Howard University Hobbies: Sports, Bowling Track 2, 3, 4 1963 GERALD A. JONES School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Sports Alumni Committee 4; Glee Club 4 RICHARD P. JORDAN School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Salesman Hobbies: Stamps C. Y. O. Glee Club; Intramural Basketball 4; Junior Acnievement 4 JOHN P. JOYCE School: VVoodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Architect Hobbies: Sports Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Mibtary Commis- sion 4 WILLI JURGELEIT School: Patrick F. Gavin J. H. Ambitio7i: Officer in Navy College: University of Miami Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Photography GEORGE KADDARAS, JR. School: Boston Latin School College: Boston University Hobbies: Drums, Cars Victory Club 4; Health Room Corps 4; Band ' 2; Military Commission 4, 1st Sergeant; Golf 4 TIMOTHY KARALEXIS School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Industrial Designer College: Mass. Art School Hobbies: Painting Lawrence Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 4; Health Room Corps 3; Militarv Com- mission 4, 1st Sergeant; Picture Committee 4 RONALD KATZ School: William Blackstone Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, Baseball, Sports Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 2; Drill Team 3, 4 High School RICHARD E. KAUNFER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2 RICHARD V. KELLEY School: St. Augustines Ambition: Bookkeeper Hobbies: Bowling, Skating, Swimming f ANDREW E. KE LTON School: Mary E. Cur ley J. H. Ambition: Teach Pro Baseball College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Baseball, Football Baseball 4; Track 2 MICHAEL J. KITTERICK School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Sportscaster Intended College: Mass. School of Broadcasting Hobbies: Cars, Drum and Bugle Patrol 3, 4; Military Commission 4; MELVIN H. KOHN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling, Cars Honor Roll 1; Discussion Club 4; Science Club 3; Automobile Club 4; Office Aide 4 MARSHALL A. KRAITERMAN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Chemist Intended College: Northeastern College Hobbies: Bowling, Accordionist Honor Roll 1; Science Club 3; Automobile Club 4 MELVYN W. KRAMER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Pharmacist Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coins, Cars, Stamps ms KHALIL C. G. LAHAM School: Robert G. Shaw J. H. Ambition: To become rich Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Bowling Track 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3 MARIS L. LAMBERGS School: Prince J. H. Ambition: Contractor Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Carpentry Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Room Council- lor 1; Class Office 1; Basketball 2; Hockey 1; Room Captain 2; Color Guard 4 ERNEST J. LASKEY School: Prince J. H. Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Walking HOWARD A. LAWRENCE School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: Mass. Inst, of Tech. Hobbies: Amateur Radio, Golf Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Science Club 3; Office Aide 3; National Honor Society 3; Color Guard 4 GLEN L. LEE, JR. School: Oliver Wendell Holmes J. H. Hobbies: Cars Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT B. LEE Ambition: Psychiatrist Intended College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Swimming, Water Skiing Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize 1; Fidelity Prize 2; Office Aide 4; Library Corps 2; Room Coun- cillor 2; Room Captain 1; Patrol 4 RICHARD J. LEHMANN School: St. Ambrose School Ambition: Teacher Intended College: State Teachers Honor Roll 1; Record Staff 4; Chemistry Club; Patrol 1, 4; Chess Club 4; Office Aide 4; Military Commission; Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (mgr.); Golf 1, 2 S2 High School ALFRED G. LEWANDO, JR. School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer Hobbies: Sailing, Diving Junior Achievement 1, 2; Football 3; Trat 1, 2 RICHARD J. LILLIS School: E. H. S. Annex Ambition: Teacher-Coach Intended College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports, Automobile Mechanics Honor Roll 1; Automobile Club 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 3, 4; Class Office, Vice President 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Golf 3, 4; Room Captain 2 LAWRENCE G. LOMBARDI School: Fitton Grammar Aynbition: Own a Business Hobbies: Cars, Horseback Riding, Ice Skating PATRICK C. LOVETT School: Dearborn J. H. Ambition: Chef Intended College: Culinary Institute of America Hobbies: Fishing, Swimming Drum and Bugle 1; Room Captain 1 EDWIN J. LUGO School: St. Francais deSales Ambition: Artist Intended College: Mass. School of Art Hobbies: Arts, Fishing FRANCIS J. LYNCH School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Tropical Fish Lawrence Prize: Business Law 3; Chess Club 3, 4 ROBERT W. LYNCH School: Mary E. Cirrley Ambition: Teacher Intended College: State Teachers Hobbies: Sports 7963 THOMAS C. LYNCH School: Prince J. H. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: Boston State College Hobbies: Cars ROBERT B. LYONS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Lawyer Intended College: Boston College PATRICK J. MacAULEY School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Officer in U. S. Coast Guard Intended College: U. S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Football RICHARD VV. MacDONALD School: William E. Russell Ambition: To be a Success Hobbies: Skating ROBERT W. MacFARLANE School: Prince J. H. Ambition: Accounting Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music Honor Roll 1; French Qub 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Military Commission, 1st Lieutenant JAMES P. McCarthy School: St. Theresa Ambition: Coast Guard Career Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 4; Office Aide 3; Baseball 1, 2, Football 2; Hockey 2; Room Captain 3 ROBERT P. Mcdonough School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Hotel Administration Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Boating Yearbook Committee 4; Record Staff 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Military Commis- sion 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Indi idual Drill Prize 3, 4 Higk School WILLIAM P. Mcdonough School: St. Andrew ' s Ambition: Funeral Director Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Water Skiing, Golf, Bowling, Painting Record Staff 4; Debating Team I; C. Y. O.; Junior Achievement THOMAS L. McGAHAN School: St. Augustine ' s Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honor Roll 2; Glee Club 2; Patrol 1; Office Aide 1 ; Swimming team 2; Intramural Basket- ball 1; Crew team 1 ROBERT E. McGOVERN School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Insurance Man Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Hunting, Woodwork Patrol 3, 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Band 4; Drum and Bugle 3; Military Commission, Lieutenant 4 ALLAN C. McGUIRE School: Boston Latin School Ambition: To be a Success Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Skating, Swimming Crew Team 2, 3, 4 FRANCIS J. McGUIRE, JR. School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Carmelite Brotherhood Hobbies: Singing Glee Club 4; Library Corps 1, 2, 3 THOMAS M. McINERNEY School: Boston Latin School Intended College: U. S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Bowling, Basketball Intramural Basketball 1; Room Captain 4 PAUL J. McKENNA School: William E. Russell Hobbies: Football Fidelity Prize 1; Office Aide 3 1963 ( JOSEPH P. McLEAN School: St. Angelca Ambition: To be a Success hitoidcd Collciic: Yale University Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 1; French Club 1; Patrol 4; Library Corps 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4 MALCOLM S. MacNEIL School: St. John ' s Awbitiou: Engineer lutoidcd College: St. Francis Xa ier Hobbies: Records, Sports Honor Roll 1; Military Commission, Lieutenant 4; Baseball 2, 4 PHILIP T. MacNEIL School: Oliver Wendell Holmes J. H. Anibitiou: Accountant Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports, Cars Glee Club 1 DENNIS M. McNIFF School: St. Augustine ' s Ambition: To be a Success Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Model Boats and Planes Laurence Prize: Typing 3; Office Aide 3 MICHAEL G. MACK School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Civil Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hob bies: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Golf Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Chess Club 2; Record Staff 3; Math Club 3, 4; Chemistr. Club 4; Military Commission, Sergeant 4 JAMES W. MAGNER School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Commercial Artist Intended College: Vesper George Art School Hobbies: Art, Fishing, Fish Record Staff 4; Art Club JAMES E. MANN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Be a Success Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Records Honor Roll 2; French Club 2; Automobile Club 4; Room Councillor 4; Student Council 4; Hockey 4; Golf 2, 4 Snglisk I ( 1821 I High School EDWARD C. MAHGOLIS School. Taft J. H. Ambition: Civil Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports ROY J. MARTIN School: Boston Technical H. S. Ambition: IBM Technician Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Bowling, Stamp and Coin Collecting Chess Club 3; Science Club 3; Discussion Club 3 THOMAS P. MAYOCK School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hunting, Basketball 3 THOMAS F. MEANY School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Be a success Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Patrol 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Room Councillor 3 THOMAS S. MELODY School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Accountant Iptcnded College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports Chess Club 2; Military Commission 3 4; Hockey 4; Office Aide 2, 3 MARK M. MELTZER School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Medicine Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Automobiles Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, Biolog " 2. German 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 4; Forum Club 2; Chemistrv Club 2; French Club 2, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Automobile Club 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Song Committee 4; 3rd Prize in Science Fair 3; 1st Prize in Boston City Science Fair 3 NICHOLAS L. MENDES School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Pilot Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Planes, Sports Forum Club 2; Office Aide 3, 4 DAVID K. MEULENAERE School: Avon Consolidated Ambition: Teaching Intended College: Amherst Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, English 1; Fidelity Prize 2; French Club 4; Auto Club 4 DAVID J. MICHELSON Snglish y School: Holy Trinity Hobbies: Photography, Music Library Corps 3; Crew Team 3 GEORGE L. MILAS School: Thomas Edison J. H. Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars Honor Roll 1 ; Military Commission 4 HOWARD M. MILLER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Business Executive Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Cars, Planes, Basketball Auto Club (President) 4; OflBce Aide 4 MARSHALL A. MILLER School: Oliver Wendell Holmes J. H. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Sports Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize, Latin 2; Auto Club 4; Room Captain 4 McARTHUR MITCHELL School: Sherwin Patrol 1; Football 3, 4 GEORGE MOSES School: Boston Latin School Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Cars S2 Higk School STEPHEN E. MOULAISON School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Meteorologist Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Junior Red Cross Work Honor Roll 1; Junior Achievement; Council Representative in Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball ROBERT M. MULLEN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Business Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars Auto Club 4 PAUL D. NAGLE School: Walnut Park J. H. Ambition: Dentistry Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Bowling, Pool, Golf, Sailing, Roke Fidelity Prize 1; Debating Club 2; Crew Team 2, 3 CHARLES J. NAPIER School Donald McKay Ambition: Accountant I " t?nded College: Clerical Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roll 1; Citizenship Award 2; C. Y. O. Officer 3, 4; Junior Achievement (President) 3; Room Councillor 3; Military Commission, 1st Sergeant 3, 4 ALBERT E. NASHAWATY School: Robert G. Shaw J. H. A vbition: Automotives Intended College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Automotives Military Commission, Captain 4 GEORGE P. NAUSEDA School: P. F. Gavin J. H. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Burdett Hobbies: Fishing, Camping, Stamp Collecting, Music Military Commission, Lieutenant 4 HOWARD D. NELLES School: Boston Latin School Ambition: To be Successful Intended College: Syracuse University Hobbies: Philately, Football, Camping, Boy Scouts Automobile Club 4; Office Aide 4 1 r t 1963 v BARRY A. NELSON School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Intended College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Football Auto Club 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Military Commission, Sergeant 4 MICHAEL P. NEWELL School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Dentist Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Guitar, Folk Music Fidelity Prize 1; French Club 2; Patrol 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3 ROBERT G. NEWNAN School: Fitton Grammar School Ambition: IBM Operator Intended College: IBM School Hobbies: Football, BovvUng, Baseball, Fishing, Drum Corp Honor Roll 1 ; Drum and Bugle 1 ROBERT J. NOCERA School: Dearborn J. H. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: State College at Boston Chess Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Drum and Bugle 1; Patrol 4 THOMAS J. NOONAN School: William E. Russell J. H. Ambition: C. P. A. Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Astronomy Glee Club 1; Drum and Bugle 1; Track 1 LEONARD E. NORTON School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Merchant Marine Intended College: Kings Point MiUtary Commission, Lieutenant 4; Track 2, 4 THOMAS J. O ' KEEFE School: Cathedral High School Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Swimming, Football Debating Team 1; Military Commission 4; Football 1; Swimming Team 1, 2; Crew Team 3, 4; Drill Team 3 S2 Hlgk School DENNIS P. GRANT School: Grovcr Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Musician Intended College: University of Miami Hobbies: Swimming, Boating Glee Club 4; Science Club 3; Patrol 2; Office Aide 2; Trick Drill Team 2, 3; Color Guard 2, 3 JEREMIAH J. O ' SULLIVAN School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Lead a Successful Life Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Pool, Dancing, Sports Office Aide 4; Military Commission, 2nd Lieu- tenant 4 JOSEPH E. PAGLIUCA School: Michelangelo J. H. Ambition: Salesman Intended College: Boston Clerical Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize 2; Office Aide 3; Room Captain 3 STEVEN PALTER School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Fishing, Dancing ALBERTO S. PARDO School: Miami Edison H. S. Ambition: Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Drawing, Movies CRESCENZO PARRELLA School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Teacher Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Collecting Books Honor Roll 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 3 JOHN T. PELS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Newspaper Work Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports French Club 2; Glee Club 4; Office Aide 4; Baseball 3 96S JAMES R. PELUSO School: William E. Russell J. H. Ambition: Lawyer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Pool, Cars Zke Snglish RICHARD A. PERRIER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Burdett Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4 LEONARD G. PETERS School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Chemist Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Office Aide 4; Chemistry Club 4 RICHARD B. PETERS School: Winthrop H. S. Ambition: Draftsman Intended College: Wentworth Institute Office Aide 3; Track 3, 4 DONALD H. PHELPS School: P. F. Gavin J. H. Ambition: Author Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Writing, Sports, Cars Auto Club 4; Office Aide 2; Military Commis- sion, Corporal 4; Chemistry Club JEFFREY J. PHILLIPS School: Cobbett J. H. Ambition: Enjoy Life Intended College: University of Miami Hobbies: Cars, Dancing Auto Club 4; Chemistry Club FRANK V. POLISCHUK Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: Lowell Tech. Hobbies: Cars, Bowling S2 High School ROBERT F. POSNER School: Solomon Lcwenbcrg J. H. Ambition: Business Execurive Intended College: Boston University Hohhics: Baseball, Dancing, Boxing Track 2 LESTER R. PRELAK School: Solomon Lcwenberg J. H. Ambition: Electrician Hobbies: Sports Cars, Jazz, Billiards RICHARD L. PRICE School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Records Fidelity Prize 2; Office Aide 4; Health Room Corps 4; Room Councillor 2; Track 1, 2; Chemistry Club 4 STEPHEN P. PRUSKIN School: Thomas A. Edison J. H. Ambition: Physical Education Instructor Intended College: Springfield College Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Baseball, Basketball DENNIS W. PUGLIA School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Career in Service Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Model Cars DENNIS M. PULEO School: P. F. Gavin J. H. Ambition: To be a Success Hobbies, Boating, Fishing, Cars Science Club 3; Office Aide 3; Room Captain 4 LEO J. PURCELL School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be a Success Hobbies: Cars, Dancing, Sports, Fishing Auto Club 4; Track 2; Cross Country 2; Room Captain 3; Chemistry Club 1963 DONATO M. QUINTILIANI School: Donald McKay Hobbies: Sports, Horses Z e Snglis. HOWARD L. RACHLIN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Career in Service Hobbies: Bowling Crew Team 2; Drill Team 2, 3 JAY I. RAPPAPORT School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Private Investigator Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Bowling, Cars Auto Club 4; Office Aide 3; Room Councillor 3; Track 2; Chemistry Club 4 LAWRENCE A. REDD School: Cambridge H. S. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Auto Designing, Camping, Singing, Swimming Chess Club 4; Crew 3; Glee Club 3, 4 JAMES W. RICE School: Robert G. Shaw J. H. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, Music Junior Achievement; Office Aide 3 PAUL M. RIEDL School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Executive Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Skating, Swimming, Reading, Music Junior Achievement 4 THOMAS A. RIMINI School: Michelangelo J. H. Ambition: Businessman Intended College: Bay State College Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Golf 4 S2 High School PAUL A RIZZO H. School: Donald McKay J. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling, Cars Honor Roll 1; Auto Club 4; Office Aide 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Track 1 JAMES W. ROBINSON School: John Cheverus J. H. Ambition: Bio-Chemist Intended College: State Teachers at Boston Hobbies: Cars Science Club 3; Office Aide 4; Drum and Bugle 1, 3 MANUEL S. RODRIGUEZ School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Scientist Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming Lawrence Prize, Spanish 1, 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Student Council 3 JOHN W. ROME School: Dwight School Ambition: Mechanic Hobbies: Model Railroading Patrol 4 PHILIP A. RONCARI School: William E. Russell Ambition: Service Career Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize 1; Patrol 1 CHARLES F. RONKIN School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Music, Dancing Honor Roll 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 3; Forum Club 2; Chess Club 4 STUART M. RONKIN School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Certified Public Accountant Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Stamp Collecting Honor Roll 3; Fidelitv Prize 3; Forum Club 2; Chess Club 4; French Club 4 ms ROBERT T. RONZIO School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Physician Intended College: Georgetown University Hobbies: Drawing, Cars, Model Planes, Boating, Ham Radio French Club 2; Science Club 3; Debating Club 4; Crew Team 2, 3, 4 HARVEY R. ROSENFELD School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Oceanographer Intended College: John Hopkins Hobbies: Amateur Radio, Sailing, Swimming Science Club 2, 3; Debating Club 4; Science Institute for Able Learners 3; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Boston Junior Symphony Band 2 ANSIS RUICIS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Minister Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Sailing, Skiing Victory Club 4; Color Guard 3; Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4 VILNIS RUICIS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Biologist Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Fencing, Sailing, Football Victory Club 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4 VINCENT A. RUOCCO School: St. Anthony ' s Ambition: Professional Photographer Intended College: Mass. Institute of Technology Hobbies: Photography, Roller and Ice skating Glee Club 3, 4 JOHN M. SACCO School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Dentistry Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Coins Lawrence Prize, English, 2; Chess Club 3; Crew Team 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Office Aide 4 RICHARD E. SACKS School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Historian Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Chess Club 4; Chemistry Club 4 Z e Snglisk 1821 High School JOHN W. SALTER School: St. Brendan ' s Ambition: Writer Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports f STEVEN F. SANBORN School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: Teacher Intended College: State Teachers Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Fidelity Prize 2, 3 ANTHONY J. SCAVONGELLI School: Michelangelo J. H. Ambition: To be a Success Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1,2; Auto Club 4; Patrol 3; Office Aide 3; Military Commission 4; Baseball 3, 4; Room Captain 2 ANTHONY E. SCRIMA School: Donald McKay Ambition: Medicine Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, Records Auto Club 4; Office Aide 3 SHELDON F. SEGAL School: Austin-Cate Academy Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Bentley EDWARD SELMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Businessman Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Drawing, Sports Drill Team 1, 2 ADRIAN V. SENNA School: St. Francis deSales Ambition: Musician and Arranger Intended College: Arizona University Hobbies: Album Collecting, Science in Rocketry Glee Club; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 963 NICHOLAS S. SEREMETIS School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Chemist and Biologist Hobbies: Nature, Cars Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 1; Room Councillor 2, 4; Room Captain 3; Military Commission, Captain 4; Student Council; Captain of Soccer Team ROY J. SERGEI School: James P. Timilty J. H. Ambition: Successful in Business Hobbies: Model Planes and Boats Military Commission 3; Basketball 3 JOHN J. SHEA School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Police Official Honor Roll 1; Athletic Captain I, 2 WILLIAM R. SHEEHAN School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To be a Success Intended College: Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 4; French Club 4; Office Aide 4 BENTON LEE SHEFFIELD School: Martin J. H. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports Basketball 3; Track 3 STEPHEN E. SHEPARD School: Lewis J. H. Ambition: IBM Programmer Intended College: Programming and Systems Institute N. Y. TIMOTHY J. SHEVLIN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Medicine Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming, Chess, C. Y. O. French Club 4; Military Commission, Sergeant 3; Captain 4; Alumni Committee 4 Higk School GERALD E. SHOIB School: Solomon Lewcnbcrg J. H. Ambition: Sales Manager Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Building Motkls, Records, Sports, Cars Auto Club 4; Patrol 2; Office Aide 1; Militar, Commission, 1st Sergeant 4; Track 1 WILLIAM SHORR School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Dentist Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Books Honor Roll 1, 3; Lawrence Prize, French 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Math Club ' 4; Trick Drill Team 4; Office Aide 1 PAUL W. SHUMSKER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Social Worker Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coins Yearbook Stalf 4; French Club 4; Science Club 3; Office Aide 3 GERALD V. SHUSTERMAN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Public Relations Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Coins, Stamps Auto Qub 4; Cheerleader 4; Patrol 4; Office Aide 4 RICHARD J. SILES School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Oral Surgeon Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Fishing, Sports, Bowling Honor Roll 1, 3; Yearbook Staff (Asst. Editor) 4; Math Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Victory Club 4; Office Aide 3, 4; Military Commission, Captain 4; Chairman of Alumni Committee 4; National Honor Society; Delegate to Boys ' State at University of Mass. 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 4 KENNETH E. SILVERSTEIN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Swimming Chess Club 3; Math Club 3; Military Commis- sion, 1st Sergeant 4 ROBERT N. SIMON School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Coins, Stamps, Records Lawrence Prize, French 2, Math 3; Math Club 3; Office Aide 3; Military Commission, 1st Sergeant 4 963 DENNIS B. SINGER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Teacher Intended College: State Teachers College at Boston Hobbies: Fishing, Stamp Collecting Football (Manager) 4 Snglisli ALLAN E. SMITH School: W. B. Rogers Ambition: Veterinarian Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Rifles, Hockey Auto Club 4; Drill Team Officer 4; Office Aide 4 HENRY F. SMITH School: Gavin J. H. Ambition: To Graduate Intended College: Providence College Hobbies: Baseball Office Aide 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 STANLEY F. SNEED School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Electrical Engineer Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Short Wave Radio, Electronic circuits Military Commission, Lieutenant 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Track 2; Room Captain 4 ROBERT J. SNYDER School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Orthodontist Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports, Bowhng, Swimming Honor Roll 2; Record Staff 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Military Commission, Sergeant 4 JOHN A. SPANO School: Donald McKay J. H. Ambition: To be a Success Intended College: State Teachers College Hobbies: Bowling, Swimming, Dancing PAUL G. SPARROW School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor Intended College: Brandeis Universitly Hobbies: Dancing, Golf Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, Ancient His- tory 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2; Basketball 4; Football 2; Room Captain 1, 3 S2 High School MARTIN A. SPIEGEL School: Thomas E. Edison J. H. Ambition: Biological Research Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Records Military Commission, Lieutenant 4; Crew Team SIDNEY J. SPIEGEL School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Rewarding Career Intended College: General Motors Institute Hobbies: Photography, Cars, Sailing Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 3, (Editor-in- Chief) 4; Science Club (Treasurer) 3; Chemis- try Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Office Aide 2, 3; Editor of Thanksgiving Day Souvenir Football Program 4; Song Committee 4 KENNETH J. SPLAINE School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be a Success Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Water Skiing, Football Office Aide 4; Military Commission, Corporal 4 ROBERT P. SPRING School: Catholic Memorial JOHN R. STARK School: Lexington J. H. Ambition: Anthropologist Intended College: University of New Hampshire Hobbies: Hikes, Bowling, Reading, Bicycling Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Record Staff 4; French Club 4; Health Room Corps 3 PAUL H. STEIN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Attend College Intended College: University of Miami Lawrence Prize, Modem History 3 MICHAEL L. STEIR School: Oliver Wendell Holmes J. H. Ambition: Economist or Secret Service Agent Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Music, Fim, AZA Honor Roll 2; Chemistry Club 4; Office Aide 4; Patrol 4; Crew Team 2, 3; Room Captain 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Representative to Mattapan Young Adults Council 4 96S REGINALD E. STEVENS School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Electronics Intended College: N. C. Agriculture and Tech- nical Hobbies: Sailing, Camping, Bowling, Skating, Swimming, Track, Fixing Models, Electronics Junior Achievement; Glee Club; Office Aide 4; Military Commission, Track 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2, 3 ARCHIE E. STEWART School: Timilty J. H. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Chamberlain Jr. College Hobbies: Singing Glee Club 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 2, 3, 4; Military Commission, Captain 4; Room Coun- cillor 2 ROBERT A. STRATI School: Boston Latin School Ambitioti: Attend College Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hockey, Billiards Honor Roll 2; Fidelity Prize 2, 3 ALLAN J. SWARTZ School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp and Coin Collecting Office Aide 1; Band 4; Junior Achievement Company President 4 PHILIP A. TARDANICO School: Woodrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Chiropractor Intended College: Palmer College of Chiropractic Hobbies: Sports Chemistrv Club; Crew Team 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 4 IRA D. TARLIN School: Thomas E. Edison J. H. Ambition: Engineer Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coins and Stamps Chemistrv Club 4; Trick Drill 2; Intramural Basketball 4 MICHAEL J. TARSI School: Joseph H. Barnes J. H. Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Intended College: East Coast Aeronautical Tech. Hobbies: Sports Chemistry Club 4; Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 4 S2 High School CHARLES E. TERMINE School: St. Anthony Ambition: IBM Machines Hobbies: Drums Band 4; Drum and Bugle 3, 4 PAUL R. THEODORE School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Lawyer Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Photography Discussion Club 2; Football (Manager) 3, 4 JOHN J. THOMPSON, School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Atnbition: C. P. A. Hobbies: Stamps French Club 4 RICHARD J. THOMPSON School: Woodrovv Wilson J. H. Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Bowling JR. MARK W. TOBIN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Law Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Oratory Patrol 4; Office Aide 4; Room Councillor 2, 4; President of Student Council 4; School Repre- sentative to Rotary Club 4 MICHAEL D. TOGO School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Advertising Illustrator Hobbies: Drawing, Painting, Designing JOHN H. TRAVERSE School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Lawyer Intended College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Science Club 3 ms HARRY E. TREIBER, JR. School: Prince J. H. Ambition: Scientist Intended College: Northeastern University Lawrence Prize, Physical Science 2 t e Snglis CARLETON F. TRUEMAN School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Bookkeeper, Accountant Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Drum Corps Band 3; Military Commission, Sergeant 3 FREDERICK S. TRUSTEN School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Hobbies: Sports, Coin Collecting Science Club 3; French Club 4; Chemistry Club 4; Discussion Club 4 JAMES R. TUBIN School: Oliver Wendell Holmes J. H. Baseball 2 ELLIS W. TYRANCE School: J. P. Timilty J. H. Ambition: Basketball Player Hobbies: Electronics, Basketball Basketball 3, 4 FRANCIS W. VEINO, JR. School: St. Theresa Hobbies: Sports Patrol 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 1, 2, 3 PHILIP P. VENEZIANO School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Hobbies: Astronomy, Sports Discussion Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; Science Institute for Able Learners 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Track 2, Gold Medal BAA S2 High School ROBERT J. VERACKA School: William E. Russell J. H. Hobbies: Fishing, Boating, Stamp Collecting Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 2; French Club 2, 4; Library Corps 4; Room Councillor 2 HAROLD L VISNICK School: Wo odrow Wilson J. H. Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Intended College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Sailing Honor Roll 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Forum Club 3; Science Club 3; Military Commission, 1st Lieutenant 4 FRANKLIN V. WASHBURN School: St. Patrick ' s Ambition: Clerk Hobbies: Bowling, Tropical Fish THOMAS W. WEEKS School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Business Executive Intended College: New York University Hobbies: Sports, Music Patrol 3, 4; Track 3 MANUEL C. WEINBERG School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Business Administration Intended College: Northeastern University JOHN L. WELCH School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Electrician Hobbies: Bowling Glee Club 4 JOHN A. WHIPPEN School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Corporation Lawyer Intended College; University of Mass. Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Boating Honor Roll 2; French Club 2; Chemistry Club 4; Science Qub 3; Office Aide 4 ms JAMES WHITE School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Attend College Hobbies: Basketball, Track Patrol 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2, 3 Z fe Snglisk LAWRENCE E. WHITE School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Civil Engineer Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Drafting Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize, French 3, 2- Latin 2, 2-Mechanical Drawing 2, 3; Science Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; Art Team 3; Discus- sion Club 4; Yearbook StafiE 4; Chemistry Club 4; $100 Undergraduate Scholarship 2; $100 Undergraduate Scholarship 3; Harvard Book; National Honor Society DONALD R. WHINEY School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Accountant Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music, Auto Mechanics Fidelity Prize 1; Military Commission, Lieu- tenant 3 JOHN R. WILCOX School: Boston Latin School Ambition: College Graduate Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Music, Bowling LIONEL F. WILLOUGHBY School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Music, Model Planes Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Chess Club 3, 4; Chemistry Society 4 JOHN T. WITKO H. School: Grover Cleveland J. Ambition: Travel Agent Hobbies: Travel, Languages, Customs of Countries French Club 4 WENDELL W. WOOTEN School: Dearborn J. H. Ambition: Radio and TV Repair Intended College: Mass. Radio and TV Hobbies: Football, Radios, Reading Military Commission, Sergeant 4 S2 HARVEY E. WORMLEY School: Prince J. H. Ambition: Public Accountant or Electrician Intended College: Bentley Hobbies: Records, Sports Intramural Basketball KENNETH T. WRIGHT School: Mary E. Curley J. H. Ambition: Electrician Hobbies: Model Ship Building, Mountain Climbing SHELDON L. YUNES School: Solomon Lewenberg J. H. Ambition: Professional Man Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Biology, Oil Painting, Swimming Science Club 3; Class Office 4; Executive Com- mittee; Track 1; Crew Team 2, 3; Representa- tive to Mattapan Young Adults Council 4 MELVIN F. ZEOLI NELSON P. CARBONELL School: Institute Santiago Ambitimi: Mechanical Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Chess Chess Club 4 JOHN F. COYNE School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: Success Baseball 2, J. V. MICHAEL J. CROWLEY School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Meterologist College: University- of Chicago Hobbies: Coins, Meteorology Honor Roll 1 Z e Snglisk GEORGE W. GENDRON Ambition: College ROBERT J. GIAMPAOLO School: Michelangelo Ambition: Game Warden Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Baseball JOHN C. GIROLIMETTI School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Success Hobbies: Sports, C. Y. O. FRANCIS V. DALEY School: St. Gregorys Ambition: Physical Education Instructor College: Boston College Intramural Basketball 3, 4 ROBERT E. HEALY School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: History Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Football JAMES H. DERRAH School: Dearborn Hobbies: Cars ROBERT J. DEVINE School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Success Hobbies: Cars KENNETH L. EDWARDS School: Patrick T. Campbell J. H. Ambition: Track Coach College: Morgan State College Room Councillor 2; Track 2, 3, Captain 4; Junior Achievement 4 JAMES P. FLAMMIO School: Rice Franklin Ambition: To go to an Armed Forces Academy Hobbies: Photography, Swimming, Bowling, Base- baU Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize: French 1; Chess Club 1,2; Office Aide 1 GARR H. HOLLAND School: Boston Latin School College: Harvard College Hobbies: Sports, Chess, Music, Reading Military Commission 4, Captain; Basketball 3; Track 3 LEWIS B. LAPPIN School: Worcester Academy Ambition: Engineer Intended College: Tufts University Hobbies: Automobiles, Music, Swimming Band 4 EDWARD D. LESSER School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Commercial Pilot Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Electronics S2 High School ROBERT L. REGAN School: St. Matthew ' s Ambition: To be a Success Room Councillor 1 GARY W. LITTLE School: Washington Lrving J. H. Ambition: Musician Intended College: Boston University Hobbies: Senior Symphony Band and Orchestra, Other performing Musical Organizations Science Club 3; Band 3, 4 DWIGHT J. LOGAN School: Lewis J. H. Ambition: To be successful Band 2, 3, 4; Military commission 2nd Lieu- tenant; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3 HARVEY J. ROBART School: Grover Cleveland J. H. Ambition: The Service Hobbies: Cars, Sports GEORGE W. ROBERTSON School: Franklin J. H. Ambition: Social Worker Intended College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Model Planes, Drawing, Model Boats Track 4 DANIEL MacGREGOR School: Dearborn J. H. Hobbies: Sports PAUL F. SHEEHAN School: Thomas E. Edison Amibtion: Rewarding Career Intended College: Boston College Office Aide 3 JOSEPH T. McMAHON School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Mechanic ROBERT A. SHUMAN School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Horse Trainer Hobbies: Hunting, Horses RONALD C. MAYERHOFER School: J. P. Timilty J. H. Ambition: Own a Restaurant Hobbies: Writing Lawrence Prize 2, 3 ALFRED F. SMITH School: James P. Timilty J. H. Intended College: University of New Mexico Office Aide 4; Military Commission, Captain 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 MAURICE L. SMITH, JR. School: Martin J. H. Intended College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Bowling Discussion Club; Debating Society (Secretary); Patrol 4; Football (Manager) 3 ELLIOT B. SPRING School: Robert G. Shaw Hobbies: Bowling, Music, Records Honor Roll 3 1963 In 1820, the town of Boston felt that the time had arrived to supplement its secondary school system, which at that time consisted of only the Latin School. A subcommittee, consisting of clergy, merchants, and jurists, was appointed to consider the subject of p o ding advanced schooling for boys not pursuing a college career. This committee presented a report which recommended the establishment of a school to be called the English Classical School (a title that was eventually changed permanently to the Enghsh High School in 1833) with admittance obtainable thru ' suitable examination. This committee further stated that the course should be spread over a period of three years, with subjects including English, Math, and Natural Philosophy. The school was opened in a building on Derne Street (in the rear of the State House, the site now commemorated by a plaque, gift of the Class of 1874) in the year 1821. George Barrold Emerson, a famous New England educator and botanist, was appointed the first headmaster. Mr. Emerson served until 1823, resigning at that time to open a fashionable academy for girls. Shortly after the appointment of Solomon P. Miles as headmaster, the school was moved from Derne to Pickney Street where it remained until 1844. Mr. Miles retired because of ill health in 1837 and was succeeded by Thomas Shenvin, a master in the school since 1829. Mr. Sherwin, a great and beloved headmaster, and a famous author of math text-books, presided over the school until his death at the age of 70 in 1869. During his regime such famous men as J. P. Morgan, the great financier, and Samuel P. Langley, inventor of the airplane engine, were graduated from the school. In 1844, the English High School was moved to a building on Bedford Street, which was also to house the Latin School. There the school remained until 1881 when English was moved to an elaborate new building on Montgomery Street, a building regarded in its time as one of the finest educational edifices in the country. Mr. Ciunston, a master in the school for over 20 years, was appointed headmaster at Sherwin ' s death. He continued in this post until 1874, when he retired to pursue a business career. Edwin Pliny Seaver, an instructor of mathematics at Harvard, was his successor, resigning in 1881 to accept the position of Superintendent of Schools in Boston, the second teacher at English High to be honored so, — John D. Philbrick having held the position previously. Francis A. Waterhouse, a graduate of Bowdoin and headmaster of Newton High School, was his successor, continuing in that office until his untimely death in Europe, while on leave of absence in 1894. Mr. Robert Babson, a teacher of German since 1864, was appointed his successor. Mr. Babson retired because of ill health in 1901; it was during his time that the system of departmental heads was established. Mr. John F. Casey, his successor, had been a teacher of mathematics in the school since 1872 and was held in the greatest of esteem by the alumni and student body. Mr. Casey retired reluctantly in 1915, because of the age limit and was succeeded by William B. Snow, then head of the French Department. During Mr. Snow ' s regime, the EngUsh High School celebrated its centenary. In 1922, the School Committee elected Mr. Snow Assistant Superintendent of Boston public schools, whereupon he was succeeded by Mr. Walter F. Downey, who had been a teacher of mathematics in the school for 12 years. On Mr. Downey ' s retirement in 1954, Mr. M. Henry Mclnerney was named headmaster. It was in Mr. Mclnerney ' s time that English High School moved from the old building on Montgomery Street to the High School of Commerce building on Avenue Louis Pasteur. Since the appointment of Mr. Joseph L. Malone as headmaster in 1956, many new honors have been brought to the school. 1 1 P 5, KA.RAl E »S I Class Mis tor y FRESHMAN YEAR Our eventful years in English High School started in the late summer of 1959, when we arrived at the English High Annex. Much to our surprise, we discovered that the first and second floors of the building were occupied by the Boston Clerical School. After being assigned our lockers and locker partners, we were given our programs. These schedules soon proved to be not as confusing as we had anticipated; in fact, we got into the swing of things very quickly, after a few pep-talks by Mr. Sullivan. One of the first things we learned was the fastest way out of the building, thanks to a series of fire drills. Another thing we learned very early in the year, was the most direct way to the nurse ' s office. It soon became the most popular sport in the school. I wonder why ? ? ? In our newly acquired state of " sophistication, " we were rather busy. If we weren ' t returning from the nurse ' s office, or from the Clerical School section, we were launching paper planes, experimenting with the numerous fire hoses, or creating mischief in one way or another. All too quickly, June came and vv e had our last Honor Day Assembly. The few lucky ones on the Honor Roll stayed after the assembly and had a party with the traditional cake and ice cream, to speed them on their way. This was just the beginning of our glorious years in English High School. The best was yet to come. SOPHOMORE YEAR Arriving at the Main Building, we found that we had to readjust to the English High School again. As soon as we started traveling back and forth to school, assemblies, which were designed to show us how to act on the M. T. A., began. These did little good, however, since too many pupils and or too few street cars prevented any semblance of order. Our first real set-back came in November when we received our IBM report cards. Forgery was no longer possible. The only good thing was that the " Ds " were not in red ink. About this time we were subjected to the first test, one of the many we would be taking in the next three years. It didn ' t have a name, just the simple-sounding letters N. E. D. T. During this year we had our first opportunity to view the annual Engfish High School Variety Show. As usual, our talent was excellent, and we hope the " Men of Honor and Achievement " who follow us, will be equally endowed. Another set-back came when we heard of " Doc " Frazier ' s retirement. Our disappointment was over, however, when we learned that he was to return in the fall, to help more students into college, as he had been doing for years. Our hope at this time, was that he would stay and help us into the next phase of our education, when we were ready to leave E. H. S. Before long, June came and another year was over. We now had two down and two to go. JUNIOR YEAR The beginning of the second half of our stay at English High School soon proved to be vastly different from the first two years. We were bombarded with all sorts of tests: P.S.A.T., N.M.S.Q.T., and finally, S.A.T. They demon- strated how little we actually knew. For the first time, we were introduced to English High School Drill, which necessitated our buying a drill uniform. These made us look more like workmen than cadets. We were instructed by our " upper classmen " and we learned very quickly, that they didn ' t know any more than we did. On second thought, maybe they did know their left foot from their right. I know we didn ' t. Before we knew it. Thanksgiving Day was upon us. This day brought cheers to English High, as we defeated " The School Across the Street " by 39 to 0. To top this off, our team was undefeated all season. It couldn ' t happen to a better or nicer coach ! ! ! To break the monotony, our school was besieged by an army of water futtes. Thin white lines of powder wound through corridors, rooms, etc. marking the trail of the hunters. Finally, after a shake-down of all the lockers, the invaders were diffused by exterminators. In February, we had an assembly honoring Lt. Col. John Glenn. It was attended by a mem- ber of the Physical Fitness Council, who gave a talk on physical fitness, naturally. He stressed how dependent the future of our country was upon the physical well-being of our generation. Did he say fifty push-ups a day ? ? ? Later in the year a representative of General Motors was presented at an assembly. He dem- onstrated some of the latest results of the con- stant research being carried on by his company. I ' m sure many left the hall with dreams of becoming the scientific wizards of the future. In April, the M. T. A. decided that car checks were passe. Students now had to carr) ' badges which they " flashed " like the pohce do on T.V. How official can we get? Luckily, we missed walking through the Fens in June, as had been traditional on Prize Drill Day. It was held in the school yard and as usual, there was the dropping of rifles, the taking of right face for left, and vice versa, in spite of the fact that we had been practicing for several months. This junior year passed very quickly and June saw us leaving for our last long vacation from English High School, to return and find ourselves on the brink of graduation. SENIOR YEAR September 1962 found us back in the Ivy- Covered Citadel of Knowledge. We were facing our S.A.T. ' s, college interviews, and spent a great deal of our time in " Doc " Frazier ' s office, in fact, he knew most of us quite well very early in the year. The campaigns for class officers were soon upon us. Signs and slogans were everywhere and in everyone ' s conversation. The final tallies gave the offices to the following: President Barry E. Hickman Vice-President Richard J. Lillis Sec. -Treasurer George M. Conroy Executive Committee Arthur C. Angeles Sheldon L. Yunes Our football team " racked up " another victory over the School- Across-The-Street; this was a high point of this, our senior year. The Fisher Body Division of General Motors conducted an assembly which we all found quite informative and interesting. The Fashion Show was a huge success with Arnie Ginsberg as master of ceremonies and with our " boys " doing the modeling. Hollywood, here we come ! ! ! Much to the delight of the members of the class, the prom was held at the Sidney Hill Country ' Club. The Prom Committee got its way — at last. Class dues. Alumni dues, and Yearbook money has kept our pockets empty, but then, for what better cause could we be broke ? ? ? Clocks were installed in the classrooms this year. In one way this was a fine idea since we were no longer shocked to hear the bell ring, instead we counted oflE the seconds until it did ring. Much to our " profound regret " we have a sad(?)note — the transfer of Mr. GiUis to the Annex. The in-coming sophomores will now be a muscular crowd — to say the least. Prize Drill came and went with its usual con- fusion and commotion (charge ! !). The only difference was that this year we were giving the orders. Our next worry was CP signout (Come on, Give me a break, I ' m sorry) — ' nuf said. At last. Graduation Day came on June 6, 1963 and we are now alumni of English High School and are prepared to show the world how " men of honor and achievement " act — always a credit to our teachers, our school, our parents, and Our God. Edgar C. Carnell Bue J otcs What math teacher has threatened his class with cleaning out grease traps with a table- spoon? (Overheard in 116): We ' re wrong. He can do a pushup ! ! ! Doc ' s ties do cost $4.00; per dozen that is! Young man, if you don ' t snap out of that state of suspended animation, I ' ll stand on my head and whistle Dixie. Who stopped a new teacher in the • corridor and asked him for a pass? Was it the Patrol ? ? (Overheard in 201): " Before I continue, are there any questions? " " Sir, Sir, Sir, May I open the window? " " Yes, but from the outside. " " The Scarlet Letter " was fine, but next time write in blue. He may wear a $150 suit, but he bought it in 1937. (Overheard in History Class): I don ' t have ulcers gentlemen; I give them! Is it true a yearbook staff member cried when he learned of a history program change — no more outlining ! ! I ' m sorry to interrupt you sir, honest, but you know how it is. I apologize fellows, but I just have to get my brief case. Thanks an awful lot. The bell! Hurry! Hurry! Get to math, get to math, get to math! Sixty days left — Navy, here we come! Would you beheve there are seniors in this school who can ' t skin a rabbit? A certain senior has been blushing when the Major mentions a certain part of a rifle. We are very democratic in this room, if I do say so myself. Sir, I realize I am a man of honor and achieve- ment, but can ' t someone else take your tray down to the cafeteria? The car of what E. H. S. man has the chalk marks on the tires erased every two hours? A rumor has it that an industrious senior has opened a coffee shop at E. H. S. Is it true that the IBM machines are being used by a certain teacher to give " handwriting analysis? " What histor) ' instructor desires Thomas JefiFer- son ' s name struck from all future history books? Will seniors who laugh at the " Fallout Shelter " signs please refrain from doing so. The building cannot stand the vibrations. (Overheard in the corridor) : " Do anything you want Sir, but please don ' t make me go down to the cafeteria. " E. H. S. has a mass murderer! He is 5 ' 3 " , 130 pounds, and has been seen annihilating a colony of ants. What red Pontiac convertible has been taking Freddie ' s parking place? I had to mention Joe Capprini in order to be able to mention anyone else. We wonder what Mr. F did with Xjnas gift — a calendar? What student in H U C — D V did a 2500 word term paper on the back of a book plate? Revenge ! ! Since Oasis 104 has dried up, Charlie has no more thirsty camels to contend with. The staff wishes all teachers who have not yet quit the profession after experiencing the Class of 1963 the best of luck in the future. This also applies to the new Master-in-Charge of the Annex. What frivolous sophomore has been seen harassing members of the senior class? What senior achieved his high rating only after his IBM card was stepped on with golf shoes? (Overheard in the gym) : " Please, Sir, don ' t send me to the nurse. " That sophomore I mentioned is now resting comfortably in the Beth Israel Hospital. What well-known Chemistry teacher is looking for a " piggy back " from the office to the third floor? What homeroom has a club that no one desires to join? Capt. Bob has volunteered his Trick Drill Team for the next Cuban invasion. Rodriguez, Cabonul, DiPietro, Pardo, and Cohen (?) will lead it. What E. H. S. class has been threatened with a 12 gauge shotgun blast at 3 feet? The three perfect answers in a certain class are Latin School, enzymen, and ionizatine. (Overheard in 101): " This week ' s home lesson will be due tomorrow as is my usual custom. " SENIOR ROOM COUNCILORS Seated (left to right): Robert Fuller, Barry Hickman, Mark Tobin Standing (left to right): Nicholas Seremitis, Carl Deninno, Richard Lillis, Jay Rappaport, Steven Borkowski SENIOR ATHLETIC CAPTAINS ' 1 Seated (left to right): Donald DeMarco, Arthur Angeles, Marshall Miller Standing (left to right): Dennis Puleo, Preston Johnson, Paul Gelineau, Thomas Mclnerney THE DISCUSSION CLUB Virst Row (left to right): Greenlaw, Weiner, Greenbaum, Brenner, Dartley, Siles, Veneziano Second Row (left to right): Mr. Johnson (advisor), Visnick, Young, dayman. White, Smith, Haughton, Rodriguez Third Row (left to right): Ashey, Trusten, Faverman, Spiegel, Willoughby, Taft, Segalman With subjects ranging from Massachusetts politics to the Indo-China War, the Discussion Club, under the direction of Mr. Johnson, offers an excellent opportunity for a student to express himself in informal debates. This year ' s club has again succeeded in having another year of interesting as well as informative meetings. The members of the Discussion Club would like to express their appreciation to Mr. Johnson, without whose guidance and assistance the organization would not be able to function at its present level. The officers for 1963 were: President Howard A. Brenner Vice-President Seth E. Dartley Secretary Paul D. Greenbaum MODEL U. N. Seated (left to right): Tobin, DiOrio, Dartley, Brenner, Haughton Standing (left to right): Mr. Johnson (adviser), White, Greenbaum, dayman, Rodriguez, Mr. Devore (adviser) Representing the countries Burundi, Bolivia, and Canada, the English High School ' s delegation, accompanied by Mr. Devore and Mr. Johnson, took part in the sixth exceptionally well organized model U. N., which took place at Harvard University on December 8, 1962. This model United Nations was completely run by Harvard undergraduates. The assembly was given a key-note address by a Belgian representative from the U. N. in New York. Each school submitted a resolution on any world controversy. During the debate on the agenda, the delegation which wrote the resolution spoke for its consideration, after which general debate and finally voting followed. The resolutions in this assembly ranged from Congo operations to admission of Red China. The United States declared war on Cuba; the Russian delegates spoke excellent Russian; delegations got up and walked out in defiance. From all aspects the model U. N. was quite realistic and successful in simulating the activities of the United Nations. l i i J II I lii M il jW fll ■ ! Seated (left to right): Meltzer, May- emofer, Meulenaere Standing (left to right): Fuller, Mr. Devore, Newell U. N. TRIP Led by Mr. Devore, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. Berkowitz, thirty-seven of Enghsh High ' s most spirited and noisiest men left South Station at 9:00 A. M. on Friday, November 23, 1962 for the sixth annual trip to the United Nations. After four and one-half hours and thirty-seven new female acquaintances, the group arrived at Grand Central Station. Although the U. N. Building w as extremely crowded with tourists, English High, thanks to the foresight of Mr. William Devore, had no trouble in getting tickets for a guided tour of the U. N. for the General Assembly, and for the Security Council. After the tour the dele- gation ate in one of New York City ' s famous Automats. At 7:00 P.M. the train pulled out for Boston, and the delegation started its long trip home with some fond memories and distinct impressions of the world ' s Congress for Peace. MATH LEAGUE First Row (left to right): Berson, White, Chorney, Snyder, Siles Second Row (left to right): Manacki, Mr. George (advisor), Shorr Third Row (left to right): Silver stein, Goldman, Fannoney, Fish English High ' s best math students, under the supervision of Mr. Peter George, compete twice a week with each other to make up the " Math Team, " who in turn compete with other schools in Boston for top honors in the city. " George ' s Geniuses " last year did fairly well by coming in second and fifth in two different meets. This year the Math Team hopes to attend several meets. The Class of 1963 hopes future members of the Math League will continue to keep up English High ' s old tradition as a school known for its excellent mathematics department. AUTOMOTIVE DISCUSSION CLUB President Howard MiUer Vice-President Jay Rappaport Secretary David Fish Treasurer Richard Cohen Librarian Mark Meltzer Advisor Mr. Frederick Gilhs, Jr. Activities: New England Auto Show — October 26, 1962 One of the newest endeavors of the English High School, the Automotive Discussion Club proved to be an immense success in its first year. Nurtured by its founder Howard Miller with the aid of English High ' s Mr. Frederick Gillis, the club has an extraordinary membership with delegates from practically every class. The object of the club ' s administration has been to provide informative lectures on the subject of one of the most conversational cynosures of our age, the automobile. Particular attention throughout the school year has been put upon United States and European sports cars. The members have enjoyed such activities as club discussion, group attendance of car shows, and visual entertainment. Outstanding among the club ' s achievements is a well-estabhshed library, a superior membership, and excellent officers. There is no doubt that the Enghsh High School Automotive Club will be placed high on the list as one of the best contributions of the Class of 1963. First Row (left to right): Fish, Rappaport, Phillips, Miller, Meltzer, Cohen, Mann Second Row (left to right): Mr. Gillis (advisor), Brachetti, Miller, Donelan, Shanley, Shusterman, Meulenaere, Donahue, Sheehan, Lynch, Grolnic Third Row (left to right): Fishlin, Kraiterman, Kohn, Weiner, Nelles, Smith, Taft, Brown CHESS CLUB First Row (left to right): Corey, Visnick, Genevich, Faverman, Mr. Deninger, (advisor), DelofiB Second Row (left to right): Bell, Manacki, Lynch, Segalman, Gordon, Rodriguez Third Row (left to right): Andrews, Willoughby, Miller, Gibson This year the ardent members of the Chess Club once again supported one of the most successful organizations in the Enghsh High School. The club specialized in teaching its members honesty and fair play. Throughout the year, our Enghsh High chess players have engaged in over twelve games, winning in many competitions by large margins. Co-captains Howard Faverman ' 63 and Thomas DeLoffi ' 63 believe the club ' s success to be a result of the capable leader- ship of the group ' s advisor Mr. Deninger. He has been able to obtain several prominent people to speak before the club. These informative talks bestowed upon the chess players by the speakers and Mr. Deninger have not only given much valuable information on the subject of chess but have also incited sports- manship into many of our younger students. This year, English High has been represented by the Chess Club in tourna- ments with Brookline High, Newton High, Arlington, Newton South and Newton North, Cambridge High, and Boston Latin. Those members of the Class of 1964 eagerly look forward to another successful year in the Chess Club, while those of the Class of 1963 feel assured that they leave the group in good hands. ART TEAM This body is not a club like the Discussion Club or a team hke the Math Team but consists of those who have that aesthetic touch in artwork. Whether it be making posters for the corridors or the lunchroom, making huge signs for the Home and School Association, or taking on projects such as decorating the assembly hall for different occasions, the Art Team is always at its best. The Art Team, now that it is finally estabUshed as a body, will probably be with English High for a long time to come because of the school ' s necessity of having a group with such talents. The Class of 1963 would like to thank Mr. Morris Greyser for the time and efEort he has taken in supervising the team ' s work. First Row (left to right): Chiampa, Guild, Magner, Mr. Greyser (advisor), Karalexis, Banks, ManacM Second Row (left to right): Mitchell, Ford, Quinn, Protasowicld, Petkiewich, Rice, DeSimone Third Row (left to right): Perrone, Grabski, Moders, Bellerost, Disarid, Pappas THE RECORD First Row (left to right): Butters, Grcenbaum, Mr. Heins (advisor), Brenner, Dartley, Karalexis. Second Row (left to right): Ashey, Visnick, Comman, Bunce, Donahue, McDonough, Ford, Stark, Feldman Third Row (left to right): Snyder, Jackson, Borkowski, Meltzer, Lehmann, Magner, Bellerose This year, the " Record, " maintaining the same style and format that has won so many first place ratings for it, added a number of excellent drawings to improve the magazine ' s appearance. An unusual, but pleasing innovation was the use of captions under the pictures in the sports section. Much favorable comment has been received on the policy of encouraging members of the various teams to write descriptions of track meets, football games, boat races, and baseball games. A number of humorous short stories and articles have been added as regular features. On the serious side there have been formal essays on topics of current interest, as well as descriptions of the activities and aims of the various clubs and organizations of the school. The policy of accepting articles from the entire student body has had agreeable results. This year ' s staff may be justifiably pleased with the profits of their labor. CHEMISTRY CLUB The Chemistry Club, under the capable leadership of Mr. Eben Rosenfield, had a very successful and most interesting year. Each member participated by choosing a topic to write a report on, which was then discussed at later meetings. Lectures were also given by Mr. Rosenfield, who discussed Nuclear Chemistr) ' and how it affects our lives, and by an English High School alumnus, who discussed mathematics in chemistry. The members of the Chemistry Club would like to express their deep appre- ciation for the guidance and time Mr. Rosenfield has given to the club during the year. First Row (left to right): Hennigan, Tarlin, Mr. Rosenfield (advisor), Joyce Second Row (left to right): Rodriguez, Jackson, Gordon, Egan, DeChristoforo, Peters, Butti, Kraitennan, Petherston Third Row (left to right): Ronzio, Copponi, Lyons, Homan, Peters, R. Siles Fourth Row: Rosenfield, Camell FRENCH CLUB First Row (left to right): Shumsker, Namenson, Meltzer, Moscow, McKenna Second Roiv (left to right): Segalman, Rappaport, Phillips, Meulenare, Stark, Sheehan, Mr. McCarthy (advisor) Third Row (left to right): Gibson, Homan, Jackson, Truston, Veracka, Thompson President Mark Meltzer Vice-President Richard Namenson Secretary Robert Moscow Treasurer Julius Jones Advisor Mr. Herbert McCarthy " Le Circle Frangais, " after making a resounding revival, was once again popularly received as one of English High ' s most interesting extra-curricular activities. The club, because of lack of interest, remained dormant during the 1961-1962 school season, but was reformed in September of 1962. After several alterations, the group, under the capable leadership of Mr. Herbert McCarthy assisted by English High ' s Modern Language department head, Mr. Milton Bornstein, achieved success only known to French Club members of the past. Members were aided in their French study as well as educated in the cultural background of the romance language. Present members feel that this year ' s great achievements will promote a keen interest in the " Circle " and guarantee the group ' s existence. STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY DELEGATE Mark VV. Tobin GLEE CLUB OFFICE AIDES First Rmv (left to right): Rukis, A; Butters, Fickciscn, Mr. Tarpey, Capprini, Atkinson, Bruno Second Row (left to right): Siles, Ricdl, Donahue, Johnson, Wickman, Angeles, Lehmann, Shustennan Third Row (left to right): Kehrmeyer, Rukis, V; Arria, McDonough, Karalexis, Magner STUDENT COUNCIL • SENIOR HONOR ROLL Edward R. Foote Paul D. Greenbaum r Robert J. Hanlon Richard B. Chase Alvin F. Chomey Alan E. dayman Wayne E. Edge Alfred Haughton Francis J. Lynch Nicholas L. Mcndes Marshall A. Miller Michael P. Newell Alberto S. Pardo Richard A. Perrier Charles F. Ronkin Richard J. Siles Robert J. Snyder Michael L. Steir Lawrence E. White FOOTBALL THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD OF 1962 Fourth Row: Paul Theodore, Manager; Bill Manley, Bob Lauka, Bill Duffy, Gary Krause, Ton Bombadieri, McArthur Mitchell, Emilio Scott, Bob McDonough, Assistant Manager. Third Row: Sam Pcnta, Assistant Manager, Mike LoPresti, Dick Mcdwar, Bob Odoardi, Tom Abrams, Matt O ' Malley, Steve Dixon, Willie Davis, Mike Tarsi, Assistant Manager. Second Row: Coach Fred Gillis, Tim Pukt, Jim McCool, Neil McLaughlin, Ed Powers, Henry Stefano, Marty Parlon, Jim Heelen, Larry Ayers, John McQuceney, Coach Joe King. Front Row: Clyde Dempsey, Ed East, Frank Veino, Preston Johnson, Barry Hickman, Co-Captain, Joseph Capprini, Leroy Wilson, Ben Marks, Arthur Angeles, Headmaster Joseph L. Malone. LETTERMEN Joseph Capprini (Co-Capt.) Barry Hickman (Co-Capt.) Arthur Angeles Edward East Preston Johnson McArthur Mitchell Stanley Sneed Frank Veino Larr Ayers Tony Bombadieri Clyde Dempsey Steve Dixon Bill Duffy Jim Heelen Mike Tarsi Gary Krause Ben Marks Neil McLaughlin John McQueeney Matt O ' Malley Ed Powers Tim Pukt Emilio Scott Henry Stefano Leroy Wilson Bill Manley Jim McCool Tom Abrams Paul Theodore (Mgr.) (Mgr.) Co-Captains Barry Hickman and Joseph Capprini ENGLISH BOMBS GROTON, 22 — 0, IN THE RAIN The talented English High eleven successfully opened its 1963 football season by downing Groton School 22-0 at Groton. This win enabled the Blue and Blue to raise their undefeated streak to eight straight games. Junior Ben Marks was the big gun, scoring two touchdowns and adding two extra points. Art Angeles scored the final touchdown for the Double Blue. After the first period, the field became a sea of mud because of the heavy rains preceding the game. It was the Englishmen ' s great defense that helped to preserve the victory. The defensive line, led by Co-Capt. Joe Capprini, Frank Veino and Butch McQueeney, played brilliantly. Co-Capt. and quarterback Barry Hickman did a fine job calling the plays. The longest run of the game was turned in by Art Angeles as he scampered eightv yards to the Groton three-yard line before being hauled down from behind. After the game, the boys were given refreshments before heading home. Stars for the Blue and Blue were Ben Marks, Art Angeles, Joe Capprini, Barry Hickman and Frank Veino. This was indeed an auspicious beginning for a team that was bent on equalling last year ' s unbeaten record. ENGLISH STORMS DORCHESTER HEIGHTS — BEATS SOUTH BOSTON, 14 — 6 On Oct. 12, the Blue and Blue invaded the District League to play South Boston High School. Before a large crowd at White Stadium, we defeated the perennial District League Champions, 14 to 6. The Double Blue attack was turned back several times because of fumbles. The fast charging and hard tackling of the big Southie line was responsible for many of these miscues. Ben Marks scored English ' s first touch- down, and the score remained tied, six to six, at half time. Neither team was able to get a sustained drive going in the third quarter. With only two minutes left to play, English was in danger of having its win streak spoiled with a tie. But just as the official gave each bench the two minute warning, the Double Blue began its victory drive. We reached the South Boston eleven-yard line and had a first down with only one minute left to play. Preston Johnson cracked over tackle and raced eleven yards for the score. Barry Hickman went around end for the two extra points. The clock ran out shortly thereafter, and the Blue and Blue had stormed the heights to victory, 14 to 6. Frank Veino, Joe Capprini and Butch McQueeney were standouts on defense. Preston Johnson and Ben Marks once again were the big offensive guns for Enghsh. ENGLISH EATS EAGLETS, 8 — 0 Friday, November 2 saw the Blue and Blue tangling with the Eaglets of B.C. High. This game featured the only two unbeaten teams in the city league. The first quarter was a battle of lines. The Englishmen could not get a sustained drive going, and the vaunted B.C. High attack was held to three yards rushing by the great Double Blue defense. Late in the second period the Blue recovered a fumble on the Eaglet ten-yard line, but we were unable to push the ball across for a score. In the fourth quarter B.C. High got its only drive started. They marched to the Enghsh twelve-yard line only to be turned back by our great defense. With only a minute to go B.C. High had a fourth down and eight yards to go. The Eaglets punted, and Co-Capt. Barry Hick- man dropped back to the English thirty-five yard hne to make the catch. With the aid of a good block he was able to sidestep three tacklers and head for the side lines. Then cutting sharply to his right, he eluded three more tacklers. The last would-be tackier grabbed him by the ankle, but our captain was not to be denied. He spun loose and ran down the sidelines 65 yards for the only touchdown of the game. Half-back Preston Johnson bulled his way over for the extra points to make it 8-0. On the next series of downs our great defense held the Eaglets in check, and the clock ran out with English win- ning, 8-0. The newly formed Victor} ' Club, complete with drums and bugles was present and helped cheer the team to victory. Star of the day was Barry Hickman. The line from end to end was brilliant — Butch McQueeney, Larn, ' Ayres, Eddie East, Clyde Dempsey, Frank Veino, Leroy Wilson, Co-Capt. Joe Capprini, Bob McCool, and MacArthur Mitchell — all were outstanding. Art Angeles at quarterback did a fine job calling the plays and directing the team. AU in all it was a great day for English. DOUBLE BLUE ROUTS TRADE 36 — 0 On November 9, the Blue and Blue downed Boston Trade 36-0. This was our fifth victory of the season. By the end of the first period, English was in front 20-0, mainly due to the great running of Barry Hickman and fullback, Ben Marks. Pres- ton Johnson and Art Angeles were also superb in the English backfield. On the line, Co-Cap- tain Joe Capprini, Butch McQueeney, Frank Veino and Earn, ' Ayers turned in a great game. The second half saw Coach Stewart put in his sophomore and freshman units to gain much needed experience. Trade was allowed to get to midfield only three times during the entire game. This was a fine tribute to our well coached defensive unit. Coaches Stewart, Gillis, and King had even, ' rea- son to be proud of their handiwork. We are now in sole possession of first place in the City League standings. Outstanding for the Blue and Blue were Co-Captains Barry Hickman and Joe Capprini, fullback Ben Marks and guard Clyde Dempsey. ENGLISH BELTS RED AND WHITE 34 — 6 Fullback Ben Marks and Halfback Preston Johnson scored two touchdowns apiece to lead English to a 34-6 victory over Dorchester. This was the thirteenth consecutive victory for the Blue and Blue. This victory put English in the running for the Orange Bowl. Ben A i arks scored his touchdowns in runs of 7 5 and 65 yards respectively. The passing of quarterbacks Art Angeles and Hank Stefano helped to loosen up the Dorchester defenses. Penalties hurt the Double Blue as their attack bogged down on three occasions. A big second half in which the Double Blue scored 22 points helped to break the game wide open. Once again the defence of Joe Capprini, Frank Veino, and Butch McOueeney helped to stymie the Dorchester offense. Barry Hickman scored the final touchdown on a 2-yard plunge and guard Clyde Dempsey tackled the Dot quarterback in the end zone for a safety. ENGLISH vs. TECHNICAL The big blue opened its 1962 season by steam- rolling over Boston Technical. Ben Marks, full- back, and Art Angeles, left halfback, were the ramrods of the game. Marks scoring twice, one on an interception, and once on an end sweep. Angeles contributed a touchdown and ran two conversions. Also scoring was Bill Manley, who went 44 yards to the goal line after intercepting a Technical pass, also scored the conversion. Final score English 30-Tech 12. This made English the Big Favorite for the All-Conference Season. THE PURPLE FALLS AGAIN 32 — 6 On Sunday, November 25, the Blue and Blue again showed their superiority by trouncing rival Boston Latin 32-6. The game had been post- poned until the following Sunday by heavy rains on Thanksgiving Day. Ben Marks put English out in front in the first period by a magnificent run down the right side line. The try for the extra point failed and English was out in front to stay 6-0. Before the half ended, Marks and Preston Johnson each added another touchdown and the Blue and Blue led 18-0 at halftime. Our defense stymied Latin time after time with Eng- lish recovering three fumbles and intercepting four passes. In the second half, Co-Captain Barry Hickman scored from some 12 yards out. Reserve back Bill Manley hurdled over from the 4-yard line to score the last English touchdown. Late in the fourth period Latin scored their first touchdown against us in two years. The Big Blue has now- remained undefeated through 14 games. This is the longest winning streak in the state. Although the team suffered a letdown by not being selected to go to the Orange Bowl, they proved to all that they were a great team. BASKETBALL LETTERMEN Lawrence S. Blakeney Delano B. Farrar Willis Q. Gibson William H. Harris Preston Johnson, Jr. (Co-Capt.) George K. McCarthy Malcolm E. Marshall William A. Overton Alfred F. Smith Stanley F. Sneed, Jr. (Co-Capt.) Lovette M. Tucker Ellis W. Tyrance James D. White Melvin F. ZeoU, Jr. (Manager) I ENGLISH TROUNCES DORCHESTER IN OPENER 73 — 60 SCHEDULE English 73 Dorchester 60 Enghsh 59 B. C. High 53 English 59 Trade 63 English 51 Technical 61 English 73 Dorchester 52 English 58 B. C. High 49 English 62 Trade 63 English 51 Technical 56 English 61 Boston Latin 63 English 61 Dorchester 46 English 46 Trade 49 English 49 B. C. High 49 English 63 Technical 59 English 63 Boston Latin 63 With James White and AI Smith leading the attack, Enghsh successfully opened the 1963 season by beating Dorchester High 73-60. The Blue and Blue led all the way with four men hitting in double figures. James White had 17 points followed by Al Smith with 14. Stan Snead and Lovett Tucker had 12 each. Junior Bill Overton chipped in with 8 points. The Double Blue led by twenty points in the third period en route to their first victory. Dorchester ' s r.Iavnard Walker had 17 points to pace the Red and White. Prospects for a successful season looked imminent with the big victor) ' . Stars for English were James WTiite, Al Smith, Stan Snead, and Lovett Tucker. BLUE AND BLUE BELT EAGLETS 59 — 53 The Blue and Blue avenged the three losses taken at the hands of B.C. High last year by beating the Eaglets 59-53. Last season the Maroon and Gold spoiled the Double ' s Blue ' s chances for a city championship. Al Smith and James White gave the Double Blue a 33-24 lead at half-time with their excellent shooting. The Big Blue were never in trouble as they notched their second straight victory. Al Smith had 19 points followed by James White with 12. Bill Overton once again showed his worth by scor ' ng 10 points. However the Englishmen were unable to contain Bob O ' Keefe of B.C. High who had 33 points. He was a top scorer for the Eaglets last season. Stars for the Blue and Blue were Al Smith, James White and Bill Overton. DOUBLE BLUE SUFFER FIRST LOSS 63 — 59 On January 1 1 the Blue and Blue suffered their first loss of the young season to Boston Trade 63-59. It was the Big Blue ' s first loss to the Tradesmen in two years. English hopped off to an 18-6 first period lead but could not hold on. With Al Smith and Stan Snead hitting con- sistently the Blue and Blue led after three periods by a score of 43-38. However in the final period the Double Blue were not able to contain the Tradesman. Led by Spencer Frank- lin and Buddy Lewis, the Black and Gold were able to score twenty-five points in the last eight minutes to capture an exciting contest. Al Smith and Stan Snead each had 17 points to pace the English attack. Co-Capt. Preston Johnson played a fi ' e defensive game for the Big Blue. Stars of the day were Al Smith, Stan Snead, and Preston Johnson. After this loss English dropped to second place in the City League standings. THE ENGLISHMEN SUFFER THEIR SECOND LOSS 61-51 English suffered their second straight loss to Boston Tech 61-51. The Big Blue played the Technicians even in the first period. The Double Blue outscored Tech in the second period and grabbed a 34-33 half-time lead. Leading the English attack were Lovett Tucker and Preston Johnson. However in the second half the Tech- nicians outscored the Blue and Blue 28-17. Callahan and Barnes paced the Technical attack. Stars of the day for English were Preston John- son, Lovett Tucker and Alfred Smith. The Blue and Blue ' s record stood at 2-2 after two weeks of play. ENGLISH BELTS EAGLETS AGAIN 58 — 49 Once again the Blue and Blue trampled B.C. High, this time with a score of 58-49. The double Blue captured 25-17 half time lead. Alfred Smith and Preston Johnson paced the English attack. The double Blue were never threatened in their second contest with the Maroon and Gold. B.C. High did, however, narrow the score to 37-33 at the end of the third period. This was due to the excellent shooting of the Eaglets ' Bob O ' Keefe who gar- nered 29 points for the game. Al Smith had 17 points for the Blue and Blue. He was followed by Preston Johnson with 13 points; Stan Snead had seven. Stars of the game for the big Blue were Al Smith and Preston Johnson. THE DOUBLE BLUE BOMB DOT 73 — 52 The Blue and Blue ended a three-game losing streak by rolling over winless Dorchester 73-52. For the second time this season Coach King was able to clear the bench. The victory enabled the Big Blue to even their season ' s record at 5 wins and 5 losses. The double Blue showed their superiority by capturing first half lead at 12 points. The Englishmen lost the services of high- scoring Al Smith for the remainder of the season. He sustained a serious injury following the Latin game. Junior Bill Overton, filling in for the injured Al Smith, played an excellent game, scoring 15 points. Lovett Tucker led all scorers with 22 points. Malcolm Marshall and Wilhs Gibson also hit in double figures. They had 12 and 10 points, respectively. It was the Blue and Blue ninth consecutive victory over Dorchester. Shining bright were Lovett Tucker, Bill Overton, Malcolm Marshall and Willis Gibson. THE DOUBLE BLUE REBOUND 61—46 The Blue and Blue got back on the winning trail by beating Dorchester High by a score of 61-46. The Double Blue outscored the Red and White in the first half and captured a 34-26 half time advantage. Preston Johnson scored eight points in the second period to lead the attack. In the second half the Englishmen once again proved their superiority. The Double Blue jx)ured in another 27 pwints in the second half to put the game beyond reach. Coach King was able to use all his players in the game. Victory marked English ' s third win in five starts. Stars for the Blue and Blue were Co-Captain Preston Johnson, Al Smith and Lovett Tucker. This victory enabled English to extend its victory streak to seven in a row over Dorchester. BLUE AND BLUE LOSE HEARTBREAKER 63 — 62 Boston Trade fought back from an eight point deficit to defeat the Englishmen by a score of 63 to 62. This loss broke a two-game winning streak for the double Blue. The loss of Stan Snead via fouls proved costly to the Enghsh cause. The Big Blue trailed by three points at half t ' me, 27 to 24. In the third period the Tradesmen opened their lead to nine points. The Blue and Blue fought back desperatelv in the fourth and final period. Al Smith had fourteen points in the last period and James White chipped in with eight. Al Smith wound up with 21 points and was followed by James White with 17. Preston Johnson also hit in double figures with 10 points. Buddy Lewis of Boston Trade led all scorers with 25 points. The stars of the day were Al Smith, James White and Preston Johnson English fell to third place in the City league standings with a record of 4-3. ENGLISH BELTS B.C. HIGH AGAIN 51—49 For the third time this season the Double Blue defeated B.C. High; this time by a score of 51-49. Thus, English evened up their two-year record with the Eaglets at 3-3. The Blue and Blue outscored the Maroon and Gold 21-19 in the first half. In the final sixteen minutes of plav both teams scored thirty points. Once again B.C. High ' s Bob O ' Keefe led all scorers with 24 points. Preston Johnson and James White shined bright for the Big Blue. WTiite connected for 16 points and Johnson garnered 10. Defense proved to be the key for Enghsh. Stars of the day for English were James WTiite, Preston Johnson and Willis Gibson. ENGLISH DROPS SECOND IN A ROW 56 — 51 The Englishmen suffered their second straight loss to Boston Technical by a score of 56-61. At half time the Blue and Blue were leading 33-30. Sheldon and Barnes helped the Technicians to take a commanding lead into the fourth and final period. Al Smith with 17 points and Stan Snead with 12 apiece played a great game for the Big Blue. The season ' s record was now evened at 4-4. Stan Snead got four quick fouls on himself in the first half and as a result he didn ' t play too much after that. Stars for Eng- lish in defeat were Al Smith Co-Capts. Preston Johnson and Stan Snead. These three once again played their stellar game for the Double Blue. PURPLE HAND ENGLISH THIRD LOSS Boston Latin scored their first victory over English in two years by a score of 63-6L The Blue and Blue trailed throughout the contest but fought back gallantly in the final period. In the first half the Double Blue were unable to mount much of an offense against the Purple and White and they trailed at intermission 39-29. The lead proved to be unsurmountable for the Double Blue. Paced by the scoring of AI Smith and Preston Johnson in the last period the English- men came within reach. However four quick points by Latin in the closing seconds proved to be the difference. Stars for the Blue and Blue were Al Smith 22 points, Lovett Tucker 11, and Preston Johnson and Stan Snead each with 9 points. After this loss English fell to third place in the City League Standings. TRADE SHADES DOUBLE BLUE IN OVERTIME Boston Trade made it three in a row over Eng- lish this year with a 49-46 triumph. The Trades- men were able to produce a one-point lead at half time on the strength of Spencer Franklin ' s last-second basket. The Blue and Blue fought back and grabbed a 34-33 lead after three periods. In the final seconds of the game Buddy Lewis of Trade hit a jump shot to tie the score at the end of regulation play 46-46. Buddy Lewis scored a basket and a free throw in the overtime period to give the Tradesmen the vic- tory. The Big Blue were unable to find the range in the closing minutes. Stars of the dav for the Double Blue were Lovett Tucker with 9 points, and Stan Snead, Bill Overton, and James White with 8 each. ENGLISH DROPS THIRD TO TECH 63 — 59 English suffered their third loss in a row to Boston Technical by a score of 63-59. The Blue and Blue trailed throughout the spirited contest. At one point the Double Blue were down by as much as eighteen points. At half time the Englishmen trailed by eight points. In the second half the Blue and Blue fought back in desperation. However, the lead was too great and they succumbed to the Technicians. James White, Lovett Tucker, and Preston Johnson helped to ignite the spark that carried the team within reach. After this loss English was in danger of having their first losing season in many years. The team record was now si x wins and seven losses. Junior Bill Overton played a fine game for the Double Blue. Stars of the day were James White, Preston Johnson, and Bill Overton. ENGLISHMEN EDGE PURPLE 64 — 63 The Blue and Blue finally realized their poten- tial by defeating arch-rival Latin 64-63 in over- time. The Purple and White roared off to a big first half lead. Before the Double Blue could get started they were trailing by fifteen points. Half time saw Latin out in front 34-21. In the second half the Big Blue fought back until they tied the score 57-57 at the end of regulation play. Time and again Willis Gibson came up with a clutch basket. James White and Willis Gibson did the bulk of the scoring during regulation play. In the overtime period it was Co-Capt. Preston Johnson who hit the strings. Preston scored three sweeping hook shots to preserve victory for the Blue and Blue. Seniors playing their last game were Co-Capt. Preston Johnson, James White, and Willis Gibson. HOCKEY Arthur C. Angeles Lawrence B. Ayres Leo J. Bowes Stephen P. Carroll Eugene J. Corbett, Jr. Richard T. Craven Carl L. DeSimone Joseph A. DiCicco Daniel J. Donahue Steve E. Drooker Robert F. Fay LETTERMEN Richard J. Lehmann (Manager) Richard J. Lillis (Captain) Brian H. P. McCusker Gerald B. McHale Robert J. McKenna, Jr. John M. McLean Joseph P. McLean William McMann Michael E. Morrissey William J. Sennott James F. Tracy Lawrence A. Walker Captain Richard Lillis Although suffering the loss of Frany Spring and Tommy MacLaughhn, the E. H. S. squad still proved to be too powerful in its opening game with the Redmen of Dorchester, for within thirty seconds of the first period, left winger Gene Corbett scored the first goal with an assist from Capt. Dick Lillis. Following Corbett ' s first period example were Joe McLean and Carl DeCillo. The Blue and Blue wrapped up the game with goals by Dick Lillis, Joe McLean, and John McLean . The men in Blue went into the second game against B.C. High without the services of Capt. Dick Lillis, because of an injury in the Dot game, which took him out of action for the remainder of the season, and goalie Joe Cunningham. Although we put up a hard fight, the Double Blue lost 1-0. After losing to Tech 3-1, the Blue and Blue faced the Tradesmen and defeated them 7-3. In the second loop of the season, the men in Blue defeated vvinless Dor- chester by a score of 5-0, BVD th en went into a slump, losing to B.C. High 4-2, Technical 3-1, and then to Trade 2-1. The down-hearted team then paced the boys from the Purple Palace, who had, so far, dropped only one game during the season. After a scoreless first period, the game broke loose with a final score of 3-3. Because of several defeats, the Blue and Blue lost its chance to go to the State Tourney. Much thanks to Coach Stewart for all his time, effort, a job well done, and may he have great success with his future teams. SWIMMING LETTERMEN Donald P. Doenges Edward J. Doherty Michael J. Donahue Brian J. Doris (Co-Captain) Joseph M. Freedman James F. Gallagher Charles Hamburg (Manager) Leo F. Hennigan (Co-Captain) Joseph J. Hughes James W. Kelley Thomas F. Legge William K. Macguire Leslie J. Rothman William P. Wadman SWIMMING SCHEDULE The Blue and Blue swam against: Andover Exeter M. I. T. (Freshmen) Brown U. (Freshmen) Brockton Wellesley Waltham Lynn English Lynn Classical Cambridge Latin Rindge Tech. Huntington Prep. Brookline Leominster Catholic Memorial Co-Captains Brian Doris Leo Hennigan CROSS COUNTRY - 1962 LETTERMEN Kenneth R. Browne Joseph A. DiCicco Gar ' DiPinto Joseph N. Dixon Ronald L. Dixon Robert D. Donahue (Co-Captain) John H. Fowler (Co-Captain) James D. LeBlanc Rupert A. Leonard Robert E. Maffeo Alan K. Marston Charles F. Newbold Kenneth W. O ' Donoghue Archie E. Stewart (Manager) Stratos O. Valaksis INDOOR TRACK Captain Robert Donahue BASEBALL LETTERMEN Mark Bellerose Alan Butters (Co-Captain) Mario Caporale Michael Catone (Annex) Steven Drooker William Du£Fy David Dunderdale Richard Jagelski Robert Laucka Richard Lillis (Co-Captain) Michael LoPresti James Lynch Joseph McDonough Samuel Penta (Asst. Manager) Anthony Scavongelli Emilio Scott Henry Smith Richard Sullivan Michael Tarsi (Manager) James Tubin Al Butters Steve Drooks Mario Caporale Henry Smith Bill Duffy Emiho Scott Mike Catone Tony Scavangelli Mark Bellerose BATTING AVERAGES— 1963 .403 Dick Lillis .311 Bob Laucka .301 Dick Sullivan .303 Gary Hawe .290 Dick Jagelski .266 Joe McDonough .263 Tony Meola .246 Dave Dunderdale .250 Mike LoPresti THE VARSITY CREW LETTERMEN Senior Robert A. Atkinson George J. Agabedis James P. Bailey Stephen A. Berkowski Thomas J. O ' Keefe John M. Sacco (Captain) 1962-63 Junior Herbert M. Charnitsky Anthony J. Ciampa James V. Divver Lawrence N. Goldman Robert C. Grimes Donald P. Jancanskas Robert J. Kirwin Scott Lite Steven Miller Drew Myers John A. Pruchnicki Henry E. Stefano Sophomore Michael J. Brushingham John B. Cullen Paul T. Douglass Andre C. Hoessel Timothy M. McGowan Robert A. McRae AUyn E. Segelman John T. Sheedy Ronald G. Sullivan 1963 MASSACHUSETTS REGIONAL SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS William J. Ford, ' 64: Blue Ribbon Gold Key Work chosen for exhibition Stanley R. Hayes, ' 65: Blue Ribbon Two Gold Philip Chiampa, ' 64: Keys Serafim Karalexis, ' 63: John Sheedy, ' 65: Gold Key David Mitchell, ' 64: COMMISSIONED OFFICERS SECOND REGIMENT TRICK DRILL TEAM COLOR GUARD MAN OF HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT Clifton R. Wharton The Class of 1963 salutes Clifton R. Wharton of the Class of 1917, career man in the U. S. Diplomatic Service, and at present U. S. Ambassador to Norway. He is, we believe, the first EHS man who has been elevated to this high rank in diplomatic service. Recently, on a return visit to the United States, he was honored by the Classes of 1917 and 1918 as their " Man of the Year " at the Harvard Club. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL PRIZE DRILL WINNERS FIRST REGIMENT 4th Co., Colonel James F. Bailey; 6th Co., Lt. Col. Lawrence F. Greenlaw, Jr.; 5th Co., Major Arthur C. Angeles; 7th Co., Major Patrick J. McAuley; 3rd Co., Major James V. Bruno. SECOND REGIMENT 5th Co., Colonel Timothy J. Shevlin; 3rd Co., Lt. Col. David C. Hallahan; 4th Co., Major John F. Burton; 2nd Co., Michael P. Newell; 6th Co., Carl V. Deninno. BAND AWARDS Henry C. Bighamsawaugee, Kenneth P. Bis- sett, Thomas J. Cinelli, Robert W. MacFarlane, Gary W. Little, Dwight J. Logan, Joseph J. Genevich, Lewis B. Lappin, Carleton F. True- man. MANUAL OF ARMS James W. Robinson, John T. Allen, Donald DeMarco, Harold T. Peters, Ronald S. Hymoff, Kenneth E. George, Roger L. Giarraputo, Leon- ard G. Peters, William L. Dickinson, Thomas F. Petrocelli., Malcolm D. Alter, John P. Feeney, James V. Divver, Wilbur C. Burrell, John L. Hall, Terry Cunningham, Henry J. McQueeney. DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS AWARDS Kenneth E. Bowden, Gabriel J. Dimino, Petrow J. Frierson, Archie E. Stewart, Charles E. Termine. THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF ' 63 We leave Mr. Charles Murphy a new plaid math jacket. We leave Mr. Mullen all our old milk checks. To " Doc " Frazier we leave a big hand for all future guests of E. H. S. We leave Mr. Johnson a royal shaft and a life membership in the A. A. A. We leave Mr. Walsh an interpreter in case his voice ever decides to take another week off. We leave Mr. Bell a free ticket to Ding Dong School. We would like to thank Mr. Themistocles for all the nice graph paper he ' s left us. Mr. Aronson leaves us a Hst of all those jokes he ' s been laughing to himself about. We leave Mr. Willits a picture of the last E. H. S. tennis team. (Better known as the Racquet Squad). Mr. Berkowitz leaves us some real class in the form of a vest. We leave Mr. Rosthenfield either a good joke book or a set of writers so that his future classes will not be tortured by any more of his stale jokes. To Miss Preston, our beloved nurse, we leave all our future polio cocktails. Mr. Mosher leaves the school a book entitled " Why we should all move to Medway. " We leave Mr. Kenney a cigar store Indian which only answers to the name of Kenny-wa-wa. We leave Mr. George a kick stand for his V. W. and we also hear that the bicycle pedals are beginning to wear out. To all the new student teachers we leave a driver education course for when they look old enough to drive. We leave Mr. Simmons with the thought " curiosity killed the cat. " To Mr. Tarpey the swimming team leaves all their water wings. Mr. Gilhs leaves (at last ! !). We leave Gabe Dimino making pizza in the year book office. We leave to auto club a detailed instruction sheet on " How to turn on your headlights. " We leave the cafeteria 480 lbs. of pigeon meat to serve on the day before Thanksgiving. We leave Henry Smith asking, " Why ' s Mr. Murphy always picking on me? " George Conroy leaves, to the Class of 1964, all his blank passes signed J. L. M. Tony Bonnano leaves his peel. We leave Joe Ciaramitaro following in his brothers footsteps. Ed East leaves to go west. We leave Sheldon Segal a pair of pants that fit. We leave Paul Sparrow a pair of orange shorts to go with the rest of his outfit. We leave Joe McLean sitting in Mr. Heins room while the hockey game is going on. We leave Harry Treiber a list of all the imitations he couldn ' t do. We leave Al Herman asking Mr. Gejzi, " Sir, do you think you could manage to pass me in U. S. History. " We leave Joe Batti a Free session at Mr. Duffy ' s Batti Building Course. We leave Harvie Willes a bottle of No-Doz and a copy of Hamlet so that he can see what he missed. We leave Steve Borkowski the definition of a vertical angle from Mr. George. To Bill Desimone we leave all the diving rights to the bathroom outside 116. Bob Donahue leaves with a hearty hi-yo-silver and away he goes. To Marshall Kraiterman we leave the " most lovable captain " award. We leave Dave Fish until Friday. We leave Alfred Smith a high bar that sags in the middle. To Bob Fuller we leave a brush man ! ! We leave Carle Green just sitting there looking ridiculous. We leave Dick Guiney a new milk truck. We leave Bob Hanlon talking to himself. Rodney Jackson leaves the school the last two chapters of " The Raven. " Mike Steir leaves 1500 lbs. of steer meat (and that ' s a lot of Bull). We leave Elliot Spring sprung. We leave Robert B. Lee the thought that " The south may rise again. " We leave Al McGuire the foolish answers to all his foolish questions. To a certain teacher ' s classes we leave a copy of " How to succeed in chemistry without really trying. " f We leave Sid Spiegel a video tape of his show " A Televised Tour of the Year Book Office. " We leave " Flash " Gordon a year ' s supply of rocket fuel at the space station of his choice. We leave Mark Freedman caddy in g for Fred Cohen and his camera crew. We leave the lab crew a silver plated dustpan inscribed " Thanks a Million. " We leave Shelly Yunes a portable ejection seat so that Mr. Mosher can ' t possibly miss him. We leave Rodney BrunseU riding shotgun in the Dirty Dish stage coach. We leave Lenny Peter ' s wondering if he really got " E, " mister. We leave Steve Pruskin serving the remainder of his natural hfe in the detention room. Paul Stein leaves Mr. Kaufman an I. O. U. for four drops of his rich, red, English High blood. Ken Wright leaves the school as the only senior who has never been wrong. Richard Siles leaves to open a print shop special- izing in campaign cards for pohtical losers. We leave Jackie Ferber in the midst of a heated ranking session with Mr. Mazer. To Marty Spiegel we leave a box of Bandaids and free medical care — He wrote the Will ! ! ! SENIOR CLASS DAY MAY 10, 1963 — 12:00 NOON FLAG SALUTE Captain Robert W. Fisher AMERICA English High School Band Peter C. Siragusa, Director SCRIPTURE READING Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Headmaster VOCAL SELECTION Rodney M. Jackson, ' 63 Accompanied by Eugene DiGirolamo, Pianist OPENING REMARKS Barry E. Hickman, President of Class of 1963 HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1963 Richard J. Lilhs, Vice President of Class of 1963 SELECTION English High School Band Peter C. Siragusa, Director STUDENT COUNCIL Mark W. Tobin, ' 63, President CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT Arthur C. Angeles and Sheldon L. Yunes OF CLASS OF 1963 Executive Committee, ' 63 SELECTION: Chopin ' s " Polonaise Militaire " Charles F. Ronkin, ' 63 PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT Barry E. Hickman, President Class of 1963 ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master SONG OF CLASS OF 1963 By Mark M. Meltzer, ' 63 Piano Accompanist, Robert W. MacFarlane SENIOR LAWRENCE PRIZE CERTIFICATES Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master UNITED NATIONS CERTIFICATE AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master TIME CURRENT AFFAIRS AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master LIEUT. (J. G.) PAUL M. HALLORAN, U. S. N. R. AWARD Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master 1963 CLASS BUSINESS George M. Conroy, Class of 1963 Secretary-Treasurer SELECTIONS: Guitar and Banjo John M. DiPietro, ' 63 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER English High School Band NATIONAL ANTHEM English High School Band RECESSIONAL English High School Band SIDNEY HILL COUNTRY CLUB Qmduatm ORDER OF EXERCISES PROCESSIONAL " THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER " ADDRESS OF WELCOME — Barry E. Hickman President, Class of 1963 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. W ' e all do extol Thee, Thou leader in battle, And pray that Thou still Our Defender wilt be. Let Thy congregation Escape tribulation Thy name be ever prais ' d: O Lord, make us free. AWARD OF PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS Joseph L. Malone, Head Master Contributions for awards and prizes have been received from many members of the alumni bod , and from the Classes of 1863, 1870, 1877, 1880, 1883, and from nearly every gradu- ating class since the year 1883. SOLO Rodney M. Jackson, Class of 1963 Accompanied by Eugene DiGirolamo, member of the faculty Smdses WALTER F. DOWNEY SCHOLARSHIPS Hon. Louis F. Musco CLASS OF 1911 AWARDS Maurice A. Lewis, Class of 1911 John D. McKee, Class of 1911 CLASS OF 1925 SCHOLARSHIPS Rubin Epstein, Class of 1925 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 Frederick J. Hadge, Class of 1927 BENJAMIN RICHMOND SCHOLARSHIP Benjamin Richmond, Class of 1929 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 CLASS OF 1938 SCHOLARSHIP Thomas J. McGrimley, Class of 1938 MAYOR JOHN F. COLLINS SCHOLARSHIP James A. Travers, Class of 1944 JOSEPH KAPLAN SCHOLARSHIP Herbert E. Kaplan MOSKOW BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP Myer Moskow, Class of 1917 AWARD OF THE MILITARY DIPLOMAS General Timothy J. Regan, Class of 1925 AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS Jesse M. Aronson, Class of 1913 AWARD OF THE ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS Atty. 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 6, 1963 Stanley Gay Hyde Fitch Scholarship $200.00 Colonel William H. Meanix Award (2) $50.00 100.00 Class of 1925 Scholarships (2) $100.00 200.00 Melvin a. Shikes Scholarship 100.00 Andrew B. Boch Scholarship 100.00 Dr. D. Leo Daley Class of 1927 Scholarship 100.00 Benjamin Richmond Scholarship 100.00 Class of 1895 Col. Thomas F. Sullivan " Good Citizen " Award (2) $100.00 200.00 English Award (2) $100.00 200.00 Mayor John F. Collins Scholarship 100.00 Class OF 1906 Scholarship 100.00 Joseph Kaplan Scholarship 500.00 MosKow Brothers Scholarship 200.00 Walter F. Downey Scholarships (3) $150.00 450.00 CuMSTON Prizes (2) $300.00 600.00 John Bouve Clapp Prize — Class of 1873 150.00 Clarence Walker Barron Memorial Scholarship 200.00 Charles Hayden Memorial Scholarship 200.00 Albert H. Wiggin Memorial Scholarship 200.00 Newman Silbert Scholarship $500.00 Elliott P. Frazier Science Scholarship 150.00 Lawrence R. Atwood Chemistry Scholarship 150.00 Enor E. Lundin Mathematics Scholarship 150.00 Class of 1913 Award 150.00 John H. Ward Scholarship 150.00 John E. Bowler Scholarship 150.00 Vincent P. Morton Scholarship 100.00 Class of 1921 Award 100.00 Class of 1922 Award 100.00 Class OF 1923 Award 100.00 Class OF 1934 Award 100.00 Class of 1938 Award 500.00 MiAH J. Falvey Awards (2) $50.00 100.00 J. Clifford Ronan Awards (4) $50.00 200.00 English High School Home and Association Scholarships (11) $100.00 1,100.00 Undergraduate Scholarships (3 )$100.00 (3) $50.00 450.00 Franklin Medals (8) Class of 1911 Medal Award American Legion Medal Award SONG OF THE CLASS OF 1963 By Mark M. Meltzer (Air: " Auld Lang Syne " ) For English High our song will be One of love and loyalty; For all the guidance you bestowed Our praise rings out to thee. Oh, English High, beloved school We ' ll be forever true; We ' ll ne ' er forget our English High, The dear old Blue and Blue. As life ' s advancing steady course Leads each on separate ways; We ' ll keep in mem ' ry to the end Your most enriching days. Oh, English High, beloved school We ' ll be forever true; We ' ll ne ' er forget our English High, The dear old Blue and Blue. ALMA MATER Alma Mater, tried and true, English High, our English High; Oft our hearts shall turn to you, English High, our English High; Should e ' er the laurel wreath be mine, I ' ll lay the honor at thy shrine. Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers are thine, English High, our Enghsh High. Alvan F. Chorney Lawrence E. White Alan E. Clayman Richard J. Siles Wayne A. P. Edge NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Alberto S. Pardo Edward R. Foote Michael P. Newall JkJ ■ Paul D. Green baum Howard A. Lawrence Alfred J. Haughton 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 north) of encouragement in all schools, therefore the National Honor Socict) of Secondary School Principals gives, grants, delegates through the au- thority of this charter the privilege and poorer 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 thev will be among those who will lead the wav in bringing honor and credit upon the name of the English High School of Boston. cUs.oij963 I c sr — V r 1 D. JJl u■Jy 1 - 5; ioi d-ati QaxAj 3 .■v4 « f p ■ ' d y f .K . Aivr-T-T f jC . l - j ' - I) k 1 ■hu. ' u it l ' m - . PURDY A at tie mter A little better skill in posing, a little better likeness and Boston ' s foremost imprint— and you have a much better photograph, much more satisfaction and far wider approval of results. Then we add beautiful covers and scrupulous care in details of packing and, mark it - we deliver on time. No detail escapes our interested care. 367 BOYLSTON STREET ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL Official Photographer DELANEY PRESS MELROSE MASSACHUSETTS I i i i!


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