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

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r vi : PM -•a ' w r,i 2 i ‘ 1 4 J A 1 5 ' B 4 8 a jS » L «E . Hej L. H Preface E. H. S. is the responsibility of the present, a look into the future, a group of industrious men aiming for the wealth of tomorrow. English High has the tradition of years gone by; a foundation set one hundred and forty-six years ago. It is not the work of one man, but the hopes and desires of many men. It is to this hope, that we now dedicate ourselves, that we sing songs of praise, to our teacher, O’ English High. OUR ENQ 146th Jit ISH HIGH Contents . . FACULTY SENIORS ACTIVITIES Hivetsaru ATHLETICS M. As Head Master I welcome the opportunity which the publication of your Year Book presents to extend to the members of the Class of 1967, individually and collectively, the best wishes of the faculty and the alumni. June brings to a close four years of successful scholastic endeavor, years during which you have had the opportunity to become better prepared for the tasks that lie ahead. Many of you will go on to the college of your choice, others will become engaged in worthwhile en- deavors in the business world, while still others will be engaged in military service even before this book comes off the press. Yours has been a good class and, in many ways, an excellent one. As such it will be well remembered by faculty and students alike. It has endeavored to make the most of the opportunities for scholarship, service, and leadership which a large school such as ours presents. All of you have found in the spirit of English High, I am sure, an ideal of service to mankind which will be a powerful influence for good in all your future endeavors. You have learned that those who give generously of themselves gain immeasurably in return. Whatever your lot in life may be, you have been encouraged by precept and example to give to each day’s task your best effort, to find a satisfaction in the pursuit of excellence, and to measure up to the challenges and meet the responsibilities that will be yours in a demo- cratic society. If you will but continue in your pursuit of excellence to develop the essential good that lies within you, you will become a man of honor and achievement through service to city, state, and nation in keeping with the fine tradition of your school. In your efforts in this direction you carry with you the best wishes of your Head Master, the Members of the Faculty and the Alumni. May God Bless your every effort for good. Joseph L. Malone, Head Ad aster M e aae T As Assistant Head Master of The English High School, I welcome this op- portunity to extend my cordial best wishes for future success to the Class of 1967. In these competitive and troubled times, today’s high school graduate is faced with college, service or full-time employment. In each of these diversified areas, you will compete with other young men, capable and qualified, as ou strive for advancement. May your efforts at English High School hold you in good stead in your chosen field. As the men of the Class of 1967 depart on their separate ways, they leave with the cherished memories of their years spent at The English High School and the challenge of our school’s aims — to become men of Honor and Achievement. The fulfillment of this objective rests in the minds and hearts of each and everyone of you. This is the challenge of America today. This is the heritage of an English High School graduate. This is the solemn trust and obligation passed on for al- most a century and a half to English High School men. These times call for clear thinking, for decisive action, and for perserverance. You are our future. Remember, you will always be men of English High School. May good fortune accompany you in your life’s endeavors. Francis G. Power, Assistant Head Master edicati u • • • Last Row (Left to Right) : Messrs. George, Dionisio, H. McCarthy, Mosher, Sheridan, Willits. Green, P. Mulien. First Row (Left to Right): Messrs. Langley, Scalese, Heins, Kenney, Creedon, Dennehy, McGowan. The Class of 1967 pays tribute to and respectfully dedicates this yearbook to the Senior Home Room Advisors. These men have led us through our final year at E.H.S., setting an example worthy of our emulation. These men have all un- selfishly directed us toward the responsibility of the future, and without their spirit and leadership our learning experience would have been hampered. So it is with deep respect that we honor these men and dedicate ourselves to carry on their spirit. Joseph L. Kenney This year marks the retirement of Mr. Joseph L. Kenney of the History Department. After receiving an A.B. Degree from Holy Cross in 1919, Mr. Kenney taught in the following New York schools: Iona Prep — New Rochelle St. John ' s College — Brooklyn After teaching for a time at the Newman School in Lakewood, N. J., Mr. Kenney returned to Boston where he earned his ED.M. from Harvard University in 1928. Appointed to the English High School faculty in January, 1934, Mr. Kenney, on his retirement, will have completed forty-three (43) years of teaching. He coached baseball, football, basketball, and boxing in New York Schools; a former member of the N. Y. State Umpires Assn., Central Board of Football Officials; Eastern Mass. Assn, of Approved Basketball Officials. He was instrumental in making basketball a major sport in Eastern Canadian Colleges. The “Kenney Basketball Award” is given annually at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia in his name. 99 atite J. l - it It = Jetaciti4 , . . ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Abu Ben Ali Hariri Standing (Left to Right): Messrs. Russell A. Langley, Peter E. Burns, Robert Dennehy, John Doherty, Richard S. Willits, Gerald P. Dechayne. Richard Burns, Paul Connell. Seated (Left to Right) : Messrs. Paul Heins, Thomas Eccles, John Yurewicz, William Adler. The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening a natural curiosit) of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards. Anatole France Let’s see, I had those cut slips somewhere . . . 99 Lanitu o Henry Fielding r ' 7 HISTORY DEPARTMENT Standing (Left to Right) : Messrs. Anthony Dileso, Edwin Mosher, Hugh Jenkins, Richard Ryan, Roy Inglee, John Creedon. Seated (Left to Right) : Messrs. Robert Sheridan, Herbert Kopins, James Doherty, Joseph Kenney. Histories make men wise; poets, witty; the mathematics, subtile; natural philosophy, deep; moral, rhetoric, able to contend. Francis Bacon H ' ho’s the center on the basketball team? The Jolly Green Giant? . . . Never heard of him. Keep away boy, you bother me . . . “Md cz u tic d cm a. oddedded tern e r MATH DEPARTMENT tu . . . eau f Bertrand Russell How did he make those air planes? Standing (Left to Right): Messrs. William Themistocles, Daniel Rosen, Ernest Green, Ross O’Hanley, Robert Russell. Seated (Left to Right): Messrs. Eric Roy, Charles Sharkey, Peter George, James Tierney. As thou these ashes, little brook, wilt bear Into the Avon, Avon to the tide Of Severn, Severn to the narrow seas, Into the main ocean they, this deed accursed An emblem yields to friends and enemies How the Bold teachers doctrine, sanctified By Truth, shall spread, throughout the world dispersed. William Wordsworth Sure, even Math teachers eat . . . Science C att le z nto peculation . . . attie Ly « c nio z= P i SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Robert Louis Stevens Standing (Left to Right) : Messrs. Walter Pianka, James Keaney, Joseph Connolly, Joseph Yalmokas, Richard Murphy. Seated (Left to Right) : Messrs. James Mullan, Thomas Clougherty, Eben Rosenfield, Philip Preston. Education should be as gradual as the moonrise, perceptible not in progress, but in result. George Melville ‘I’ll take ’em all on.’ That’s right, 67 cut slips in one day u ROMANCE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Standing (Left to Right) : Messrs. Joseph Yalmokas, Eraldo DeSantis, Michael Garber, Raymond Carignan. Seated (Left to Right) : Mr. Frank Repetto, Miss Mary Burke, Messrs. Eugene DiGirolamo, Herbert McCarthy. They can’t start the assembly without me . . . Havelock Ellis The immense value of becoming acquainted with a foreign language is that we are thereby led into a new world of tradition and thought and feeling. Oh, rrreeally, now boys! l aH ua e • • David Lawrence LATIN — GERMAN DEPARTMENT Mr. Joseph Sheehan, Mr. Charles McCarthy. (Mr. Francis Keady, not pictured) But as I got deeper into the subject, I became more interested, and the beauty of the language delighted me. I often amused myself by reading Latin passages picking up words I understood and trying to make sense. I have never ceased to enjoy this pastime. Helen Keller The way 1 figure it .. . You all flunked. Speak some Latin for the man, Louie iiJLMeu BUSINESS DEPARTMENT John Viscount Morley Standing (Left to Right): Messrs. James Scalese, Dennis Savosik, James Rowley, Benjamin Levenson, Charles McGowan, Thomas Johnson, Charles Gustin. Seated (Left to Right) : Messrs. Peter Mullen, Louis Mazer, Wilfred Hynes, Irving Krutter. As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life. ART DEPARTMENT I tot I taw a puddy tat. Okay, who put gum on all the typewriters ? Standing-. Mr. Carl Zidel, Mr. Richard Guingy. Seated-. Mr. Morris Greyser. Standing (Left to Right): Messrs. John O’Bryant, Paul Shea, Kevin Bowers. Seated (Left to Right) : Edwin Butters, Joseph Lapious. HEALTH and PHYSICAL EDUCATION DRIVER EDUCATION Standing (Left to Right): Messrs. Robert Fisher, Henry Dionisio, Patrick King. Standing (Left to Right) : Mr. Donald Carbone, Mr. Carl Zidel. Seated (Left to Right): Messrs. William Duffy, William Stewart. Seated (Left to Right): Mr. Irving Krutter, Mr. Kevin Bowers. NURSE LIBRARIAN THE OFFICE STAFF Helen C. Martin Miss Kelly Standing: Mary Parlon, Ger- trude Erickson. Seated: Barbara Ferri. MICHAEL THOMAS President of the Class of 1967 In a short time the graduates of this class will be faced with the tradi- tional problems that all boys must face, i.e., becoming men. This transition from youth to manhood; from irresponsibility to responsibility; from depend- ents to providers is not an instantaneous one. It is rather the culmination of a set of values we have learned from our parents, our teachers, and our classmates. We are very fortunate to have matriculated at the English High School; for our school is uniquely designed to prepare us for the responsibilities that we must soon accept. English High School is a school steeped in rich tradition of academic and athletic success, but English High School is also an optimistically alive school always looking ahead toward the continued success of her graduates. The most distinguishable and memorable aspect of English High is its student body. I would like to express my thanks to the people who constitute this body. At English High School, we learn the most important lessons that we can be taught; we work, study, and compete with all kinds of people. We learn that economic, religious, and ethnic backgrounds are unimportant. This is the lesson that I will remember the longest. Looking back over our years at English High, we have much to be thankful for, that attempting to write about the people who have made our high school days a pleasant experience somehow seems impossible. I wish to extend to Mr. Malone and the entire faculty the sincere thanks of the entire senior class. I know that the best way to say “Thank You’’ will be for this year’s class to join in perpetuating the English High School tradition of honor and achievement. Michael Thomas ’67 ROBERT HOAR Vice-President MICHAEL THOMAS President JAMES CARRAS Executive Committee LOUIS LUNETTA Secretary-T reasurer CHARLES VAN ROSSUM Executive Committee Class C BLUE AND BLUE PROM COMMITTEE 19 Dick Martel, John Lombardo. social a Back Row (Left to T I Jeffrey Hynes, Robert j Christ, Joseph Litvaci Front Row (Left to t Thomas Boyle, Louis i silia, Harvey Charter. Back Row (Left to Right) : William Parkman, Jack Mun- zert, Michael Thomas. Front Row (Left to Right) : Charles VanRossum, Steven Jenkins, Thomas Cassidy. SONG COMMITTEE umittees fvlITTEE : George Sheppard, nbardieri, James Gil- lt) : Gerard Renna, inetta, Ronald Mar- YEAR BOOK COMMITTEE Back Row (Left to Right) : Kevin McCormick, George O’Malley, Stephen Welch, William Weeks, James O’Rourke. Front Row (Left to Right) : Richard Baker, Richard Yarosh, Michael Dempsey, Robert Ruscetti, John Lombardo, George Joe. Back Row (Left to Right) : William Weeks, Robert MacDonald, James Carras, Joseph Samprone. Front Row (Left to Right) : Michael Dempsey, Robert Hoar, John C. Hurley, James Vadala. ALUMNI COMMITTEE We the class of 1967, being of sound mind (?) and body (!), upon realiza- tion of our approaching departure from the Hallowed Halls of EHS, do, on this 8th day of June, Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-Seven, leave the following for posterity: To Mr. Kenney we leave a happy retirement and a “Joe” for president button. To Mr. Eccles we leave Yale Magrass (and a good laugh). To Mr. Yalmokas we leave a toupee and four little diet pills. To Mr. James Mullan we leave Thomas Lane, and his own personalized Chemistry book. To Mr. Kopins we leave Bob Walton and his 466 unsigned cut slips. We leave Mr. Langley crying over losing such a great Yearbook Staff. To Mr. Stewart we leave 151 new exercises taped to save his golden voice. To the MacDonald brothers we leave the Bobbsey Twins. To Mr. Tierney and Mr. Sheridan we leave life time memberships to the Jolly Green Giant Fan club. To Bob Hoar we leave a chocolate “Chip” cookie. We leave Jim Carras still working on his chemistry project. To Jonathan Hurwitz we leave an acceptance to Radcliffe. To Miss Burke we leave one of Mr. Duffy’s Self Defense Courses We leave Louie Lunetta boarding a plane for Bimini. We leave Bill Weeks cutting Chemistry as usual. To Mike Thomas we leave the handbook, “1001 plays for College Quarterbacks.” To Marvin Fredberg we leave a “D” in English. To the Cooper Brothers we leave a photo finish. We leave Jack Cusick the center of attention. To Stephen Welch we leave a pen for Chemistry. To Latin School we leave all our Caesar trot’s. To Harry Snyder we leave a gold-plated master key (to replace his copper one). To Mr. Mosher, Mr. Yalmokas, and Mr. John Doherty we leave a lifetime supply of Playtex girdles. We leave Carmine Fasulo . . . To Floyd Priester we leave a saw-proof lock. To Steve Jenkins we leave a pair of purple crutches. To Frank Williams we leave a pass for every occasion. To Next Year’s Yearbook Staff we leave our autographed room. To Mr. James Doherty we leave an answer book to his tests (everyone else has one, why shouldn’t he?) i MIKE THOMAS opens his campaign for the governorship of Massachusetts. TOM CASSIDY successfully kicks his one millionth field goal. BILLY WEEKS defeats Cassius Clay at a 15 rounder at the new English High School building. DENNIS IMONDI breaks new swimming records at the Olympics. DAVID BERNSTEIN buys the NBC-TV Network and changes the name to the Zuzz Broadcasting Company. BILLY CANTIN finally gets on the honor role. PAUL CHIN and his drill team represent E.H.S. in the Innaugural Parade of President JIM FRIPP JEFF STERN finaly receives the Columbia Scholastic Press Award. DAVID PICKERING becomes manager of the Boston Patriots and the Celtics. The MACDONALD BROTHERS open up a chain of hamburger stands. GERARD RENNA opens a weight-reducing clinic in the North End. MIKE DEMPSEY is seen operating a book store and selling book covers on the side. JIM GILCHRIST finally decides to resign as President of the Student Council. DICK MARTEL establishes his own college for school dropouts. STANLEY HURWITZ becomes chief cartoonist for Mad Magazine. LESTER BINGHAM finally receives permission to play basketball. RONALD BARKER becomes a Cardinal. STEFANO KEEL takes over Mr. Georges’ math classes. STEVE BAUM builds a stink baum (bomb). MARIO ESPINOLA becomes the United States ambassador to Spain and Cuba. CHARLES DEL DOTTO buys the IBM Corporation. ARTHUR GORDON signs a contract to play Flash Gordon on Broadway. SPENCER FORMAN and JOE SAMPRONE become Latin teachers at E.H.S. JOHN C. HURLEY becomes Headmaster at Girls High School. RICHARD FRANKFURT opens a hot-dog stand. The SENIORS finally bring in their science projects. MR. GEORGE receives an award for giving ZOOPER number one million. Every SENIOR breaks 600 on the College Boards. THE ENGLISH-LATIN GAME is played on the moon. The school week is shortened to four days. ENGLISFI HIGH moves in to its new building on February 30, 1987. JIM CARRAS becomes a professional model. JIM O ' ROL RKE still can’t figure out where things go in the Chem Lab. JACK MUNZERT is still ‘shooting hoops’ in the gym. JOE LITVACK stars in a new Superman series. THE E.H.S. DRILL TEAM is still trying to get in step. LOUIE LUNETTA sets up a Research Lab on ‘Bimini’ with school funds. BER r NICHOLS is still bumming cigarettes. JOE THALL is trying to talk Mr. Creedon into a Disneyland Trip. BOB BOMBARDIERI is still warming the bench for ‘U. of Mass.’ MAURICE KALLMAN is taking ‘Weight-on-Pills’. BILL5 WEBBER (alias James Bond, Jr.) becomes a secret agent for E.H.S. FRESHMAN The summer came and went, and we, the class of 1967 entered the English High School Freshman Annex early in September of 1963 to begin an interesting experience. We soon became familiar with our master-in-charge Mr. Gillis, and with the rest of the fine faculty. At the end of October we received our first report cards despite our wishing that the IBM Machine would break down. Better luck next time! The schoolboy football season opened as our mighty team beat B.C. High, South Boston, and Boston Trade. Then on November 16 at Russell Field in Cambridge, Rindge Tech upset English by a score of 8-0 and ended our 19 game winning streak, the longest in the state. An event occurred on Friday, November 22, 1963 that no boy shall ever forget. By the time school ended that day rumors had already been circulating that President Kennedy had been shot, but no one knew for sure until they got home to find it true. Vice-President Johnson was im- mediately sworn in as our new President. The traditional Thanksgiving Day football game was played as scheduled the following Thursday, despite the assassination of the Presi- dent. However, at the beginning of the game, 20,000 fans rose from their seats in Harvard Stad- ium to honor the memory of the late John F. Kennedy. Half-time music by both bands was eliminated. At the end, English had scored another win over arch-rival Latin. Our Swimming Team had a great year as it finished first in the state, but all other teams were in the process of rebuilding. In the later half of the year, we took the NEDT Tests to determine how smart we were. As our first year came to a close, all of us look- ed forward to moving into the main building on Avenue Louis Pasteur in the Fenway. SOPHOMORE Summer vacation ended as we moved into the main building in the Fenway to begin our Sopho- more year at English High School. We were soon told by Headmaster Joseph L. Malone what was expected from an English High School student. The main building lacked the appearance of the White House, but we decided to make the most out of it, for we had no choice. Our football team also left much to be desired as it finished the season with a 4-3-1 record and lost to the school across the street on Turkey Day as Captain Mario Caporale missed a field goal by less than a yard. Our Hockey Team had a successful season as it won the City League Crown. Mr. Gillis’ track team won the co-championship of New England as our swimming team won the Eastern Mass. Championship. Hundreds of weak sophomores were now sign- ing up in Mr. Duffey’s self-defense course. Once we were in the main building, it didn’t take long before we realized that the square thing on the wall, usually referred to as a Public address sys- tem speaker, could bother us while we were tak- ing tests. It also worked the opposite way; it could waste time too. The next event that occurred that year was the highly successful Home and School Fashion Show. This annual show has always raised much money for scholarships for boys going to college. June rolled around the corner as we finished our second year at America’s oldest public high school. Half the battle was over! At ease, gentlemen!” Bombardieri and his big ears” JUNIOR We soon returned to English High as juniors, wondering if the school year would be as hard as we heard it would be. It wasn’t long before we were sitting in the Assembly Hall taking the PS AT Tests. After these tests, many of us started to worry about our future college plans. Our Football Team was made up mostly of juniors who needed this season to iron out their problems. On Thanksgiving Day, we lost to the school across the street by the score of 24-12. The ancient school rivalry was now tied in the num- ber of games won and lost. Nobody knew at this time that this same team would be one of the best in the state the following year. The war in Vietnam became worse and bigger each d ay as History classes discussed this topic daily. The race for space became closer between the United States and Russia as we orbited more men that year than the Russians. At our assemblies, we still sang our Alma Mater at least twice. Everyone looked forward to the day when it would have to be sung just once. Practice makes perfect! Military Drill was elimi- nated from the Boston Schools in our junior year, but we still had our famous Drill Team. Two new courses were added to replace drill. They were Developmental Math and Develop- mental English that were geared to help us achieve better scores on the College Boards. In May many of us took our first College Boards. We even had to go to school on a Saturday morning to take them. Of course, all of us easily broke 500; would you believe 400? In June we put down a five dollar deposit to order our school rings which we would receive in September. Our Junior year at English High School officially ended on June 24, 1966. “You low-down spaghetti pusher!” No peeking now! SENIOR The big day finally arrived when we walked through the front door of the oldest high school in America as Seniors. Class rings were de- livered about a month after school started, and we proudly showed them off to our friends. Many of us were surprised to find a new assistant headmaster at EHS. Mr. Devore had gone to Girls Latin School as we received Mr. Frank Power from Hyde Park High School. At our first assembly of the school year, Mr. Power made it clear that he would not tolerate any nonsense. Most of us will now agree on this. He went on to tell us that there was something special about the English High School and its students that no other school could match. Mr. Power received a standing ovation as he walked off the stage. One thing was on most of our minds — college. Seniors flooded the Guidance Office seeking as- sistance in applying to colleges. Early in Novem- ber, Senior Class elections were held as the fol- lowing results were recorded : President, Michael Thomas; Vice-President, Robert Hoar; Secretary-Treasurer, Louis Lunetta; Executive Committee, James Carros, Charles Van Rossum. Many thanks to Mr. Russell Langley and Mr. Charles McCarthy for their excellent help in planning and running the election. English High Schol opened its football season as it trounced B.C. High, Groton, Boston Tech, and Cambridge Latin. At this point our team was the only unbeaten, untied, and unscored-upon team in the state. However, in the next game we lost one of the un’s as Catholic Memorial kept us to a 0-0 tie. We lost another un the follow- ing week as Rindge Tech scored one touchdown against us. We still won that game easily! Our football team went on to beat Boston Latin in the 80th annual classic at Harvard Stadium by a score of 20-18 before a new attendance record of 27,00 fans. The mighty Blue and Blue won the City League Championship and finished fourth in the state in our first year in the State Class A ranks. It will be a long time before EHS sees another team like this. Also in November the officers of the Student Council were elected by all the Home Room Rep- resentatives and Athletic Captains. The following students were elected in the election that occurred under the direction of Mr. Mosher President, James Gilchrist; Vice-President, Daniel Hurley; Secretaries, Charle s Del Dotto, David Bernstein; Treasurer, Roman Majkut. The Student Council’s biggest accomplishment of the year was the rally to honor the football team. Now, coach? Now ? Which one’s the dummy ? The Three Mouseketeers Final score 62-59 Homework, Homework, Homework College Boards were taken again in December and January by many college-minded Seniors. We all got good scores again! An army of painters invaded the school to try to give it a better ap- pearance. In spite of what they had to work with, they did an excellent job re-painting the entire school. They even did the GYM. Our Basketbal Team had its best year in school history as it easily won the City League Cham- pionship and qualified for the Eastern Mass. Tech Tourney. In the Tech Tourney at the Garden, we eliminated Bishop Stang in the first round and went on to upset Weymouth High School, the state’s top seeded team with a record of 20 and 0, in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, we fell to Somerville High School after putting on a great show. This was the first year a Boston School reached the Class A semifinals. Our Swimming Team won the Eastern Mass. Title and finished fourth in the State Meet. As the school year comes to an end, we should find our Baseball Team right up on top too. A great year for all sports at English High School. In April our school was evaluated by over thirty representatives from many schools in Mas- sachusetts and New England. At the end of the four day evaluation period, we learned that no other school could match us in school spirit and in pupil-teacher relationship. Finding the school year coming to a close, we are now looking for- ward to being dismissed on May 15, our Senior Prom on May 24, and Graduation on June 12. It’s been an exciting four years. ALL OF US ARE PROUD TO BE GRADU- ATES OF THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. WE SHALL ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR FACULTY AND FRIENDS AS ALUMNI OF THE OLDEST PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN AMERICA. WE SHALL NEVER FORGET THE FINE VIRTUES AND CUSTOMS THAT WE LEARNED AT ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. David J. Bernstein Double Trouble 0- k 1 Mr. Peter George ROOM 101 Upon entering Rom 101 of the English High School, one may hear the fol- lowing words being echoed throughout the room, “Hey Idiot . . . Do you want a ZOOPER?” These immortal words are often spoken by Mr. Peter Goe rge, the Lord and Master of Room 101. A zooper is Mr. George’s secret weapon that is feared by all. Seriously speaking now, Room 101 is the best room in the school. David Bernstein is the Room Representative and Secretary of the Student Council. Lester Bingham is the Athletic Captain who was a member of the basketball team. Our football team representative is Robert Bombardieri, who also tried in vain to sell tickets for the Fashion Show and to collect our class dues. Almost all the members of 101 are members of school clubs and committees. We should also acknowledge that Mr. George is also in charge of the Math Team. All of us can’t wait for the “B” schedule on Wednesday; that’s the time when Mr. George leaves us under the care of Mr. Russell. You can count on many zoopers to be given out at the end of the day. STUDENT COUNCIL N.H.S. David Bernstein Ronald Barker N.H.S. N.H.S. Steven Burman Thomas Boyle ROOM 102 This is the homeroom so dear to Mr. Mullen that he calls it “A Bunch of Bums and Rattail Stinkers.” The room captain is Tom Boyle, who is on the football team and the social committee, and the room councillor is Jim Carras, who is also on the executive committee. In the world of writing, there is Steve Burman, assistant editor of the Yearbook. Then in a field of his own there is no one else than Tom Cassidy, who not only caught a touchdown pass vs. Latin but also is on the Prom Committee and is the student governor from English High School. Burrell and Busiek run track, but Joe Cangeme won the Eastern Siberian Pole Vault Meet by upsetting the heavily favored Valery Brumel. Bill Cantin finally convinced Mr. Mullen that he should retire after the latter received an attache case from the homeroom for Christmas. Joe Butter finds out that he is out of the refrigerator and into the frying pan. To Mr. Mullen room one-hundred two leaves the everlasting memory of itself and Reg Cagle. “Here he is . . . Jim Carras” Mr. Peter Mullen |®A[S[§ !IN I A Delaware North Company |ry Sinden, Chairman of the Board lie Jacobs, Executive Vice President [Wentzell, President and Acting CEO jmpanies Chairman and Chief Executive Officer r., President and Chief Operating Officer Delaware North Companies BOSTON Beanpot 2006 -1 Co-Captain Football Team Jack Cusick Mr. Robert Sheridan ROOM 103 Well here we are in this chamber of learning which is surrounded by some of the most active members of our senior class. We have; Charter, our man in the keycage, with his trusty camera for the yearbook, Larry Collins, who’s forever in 218A with Paul Lee Chin. For athletes we are proud of Jack Cusick, football team’s best center, the Cooper boys who do more running for Mr. Sheridan than the Track Team. For a display of scholars we can’t leave without a word for Danny Dallas. Our mild mannered colossus is none other than Mr. Sheridan, who’s always trying to have us pay up our class dues. (Fie succeeded in doing this, which is a miracle.) But I Love That Dirty Water! N.H.S. N.H.S. Anthony Ferullo Mario Espinola ROOM 104 104! Oh 104! What can be said about room 104 that doesn’t speak for itself? This homeroom is definitely one of the most spirited ones in English High School. This room possesses such intelligent students as Dennis DiCarlo, Paul and Robert Feinberg, Mario Espinola, and Anthony Ferullo. Mike “rubber arm” Dempsey is the room captain and first baseman for the baseball team. Charles DelDotto is the room councillor and Co-Secretary of the Student Council. Then there is Leonard Deveau, manager of the football team, who takes his proud place in 104. Mr. Langley, the homeroom teacher, is our lord and master, when he stays in the room and has his disagreements with Mr. Creedon. Mr. Russell Langley STUDENT COUNCIL James Gilchrist Mr. Richard Willits ROOM 107 Alas, the fleeing years. The curtain falls and soon our years of toil and fun, of learning and instruction will be over. We of 107 will not easily forget our senior year. From the first day, we came to realize that whatever had occurred in previous years would not occur again. For we were greeted by a most urbane, courtly, and gracious young man known as Mr. Willits. His opening day demeanor of good speaking and mannerisms set a fine example which his class has followed. The tranquillity and serenity that can be fouind during homeroom periods and “B” schedules is due to our affable homeroom advisor. James Gilchrist, President of the Student Council and Robert Flannery, room captain, have contributed much to their room throughout the year. The cosmopolitan appearance of 107 clearly demonstrates that only . . . “Human Power” rules. A highly cosmopolitan home- room such as 107 is characteristic of English High School, but this room proves “amor omnia vincit.” Ir Ji Stanley Hurwitz ROOM 108 Look before you leap into room 108! Big Mo doesn’t like strangers tampering with his PAYSANS. And he has good cause to worry, for within the confines of 108 reside many of the elite of the Class of 1967. Wearing white hats and silver spurs, Greg Hayes, Bob Heard, Chip Hoar, and Jeff Hynes are 108’s representa- tives on the various championship athletic teams. J. C. Hurley managed the “English 5” right into the Tech Tourney. Politicians you ask? Robert “Chip” Hoar dons the costume of the Vice President of the Senior Class. Henry Horn is the Room Athletic Captain, while Alan Grover and Jon Hurwitz are Room Councillors. Writer?, Paul Hollum holds his own on the Blue and Blue Yearbook staff, while Stan Hurwitz’s cartoons have brightened many editions of the EHS Record. You must admit that Big Mo is going to have a tough t : me replacing his star-studded homeroom class of 1967. You must! You must! You . . . Track Hockey Greg Hayes “Chip” Hoar Football Steven Jenkins Mr. Herbert McCarthy ROOM 112 This is homeroom 112. Our room representative is Norman Knoff, a letter- man in track. Our room captain is Stephen Kostopoulos. Some notable students are situated in 112 For instance, there is a retired veteran of the drill team, George Joe. Everytime there is a fire drill, he runs out of the room screaming, “The British are coming!” Larry Kennedy, Paul Kelly, Mark Kleinerman, and Norman Knoff are the chess sharks in 112. Then there is Earl Johnson, the clay pigeon of chess. Dennis Imondi and Richard Hynes are our representatives of the swimming team, which won the Eastern Mass. Championship. Steve Jenkins, who shook the hand of Steve Karthas and ruined his career as a pianist, is our only football representative. Our homeroom is stocked with two members of the National Honor Society, Mark Kesner and Stefano Keel. The master of 112 is Mr. McCarthy, who never forgets to say, “Check the deck.” This means, of course, to clean the floor. This room has to be the best because it is made up of a great bunch of guys. Swimming Team Dennis Imondi N.H.S. Mack B. Kessner Little “Mac” and Big “Mac” ROOM 113 Room 113 is quite an illustrious room with two of the best high school foot- ball players in the state, Bob and Bill MacDonald who with spirit and determina- tion ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL became City Champs. On the political side, we have Louis Lunetta, Secretary of the Senior Class and room Counsellor. The intellectual side, we have that one and only, Yale Magrass who received an 800 in the Math level II College Boards, and who is a member of the English High Math Club. Also, we have John Lombardo, an outstanding member of the Na- tional Honor Society, and President of the English High Math Club. So you see that on all sides Room 1 13 is the best! N.H.S. Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class John Lombardo Louis Lunetta Mr. Frank Repetto ROOM 117 This year 117 has the distinct honor of having the newest edition to the English High School Athletic Department as its homeroom teacher. We all know this individual is Mr. Dionisio, who has taken over the track team from Mr. Gillis. Besides the excellent guidance of Mr. Dionisio, 117 is also represented by “Weasel” Mitchell in the Student Council. Paul O’Malley is the room captain and also a football letterman. During the year we had to endure the humorous wits of Tommy Norton and “Sugar Bear” Nash, who seem to enlighten the long homeroom periods. Paul O’Malley Crew Tack Munzert Mr. Joseph Sheehan ROOM 118 Under the direction of Mr. Sheehan and Mr. Green, our homeroom is con- ducted with an air of congeniality and understanding. It seems that there is a never-ending stream of messengers coming and going, and it seems that half of the boys in 118 are permanently stationed in room 218A. In the midst of this atmosphere, there is Gerard Renna, who continually tries to squeeze some funds from boys who have not yet paid their Class Dues. Some day Gerard will get his money. One of the foremost members of the class is Floyd Priester, who is a star of the football team and the track team. Other outstanding members of the class include Dave Pickering, Jim O’Rourke, and Steve Penta, our Room Councilor. The boys in 118 know that at any time they can receive some friendly advice from Mr. Sheehan, who is always concerned with the problems of the boys in his room. Track N.H.S. Floyd Priester James O’Rourke ROOM 119 In addition to being one of the bards of English High’s literary circle and faculty adviser to the illustrious Record staff, Mr. Heins is the “Wyatt Earp of 119.” Mr. Heins is “lightning quick” with witticisms and is able to sign a tardy card with one hand and snatch a newspaper with the other while telling one of the many English High men of honor and achievement to “pray be seated.” It is irreputable that 119 is rich in scholars but its athletic strength is complimentary to its scholastic prowess; as illustrated by track men Michael Roane and Vincent Smith; soccer co-captain Chandan Roy; crewman Louis Russo; Neal Santangelo of the E.H.S. swimming team; and Fran Rynne, 119’s answer to Jim Thorpe and Bob Richards, and member of the football and hockey teams and co-captain of the baseball team. “Aiding” Mr. Heins in the enforcement of law and order are Deputy Burns (the other homeroom teacher) ; room captain Rocco Scippa, who deserves the title of model pupil of the year, and room councillor Sterling Saunders. N.H.S. Robert Ruscetti Baseball Co-Captain Francis Rynne Brain Team Richard Martel Baseball Bruce Mercer ROOM 217 Poor Mr. Creedon, at his wits ' end, sets his swiftly graying head gingerly on the desk top. He muses: “The morning began well enough, but who flung those bread crumbs all over Mr. Kenney’s desk top?’’ His first act each day is to coax Michael Marinucci down from his customary perch aloft one of the light fixtures and convince Ronald Marsilia to stop pummeling him. The only pleasure left to Mr. Creedon is Dick Martel, who is in the National Honor Society and is a staff member of the E.H.S. Record. Now, with liberal doses of flambuoyant Italian curses, Mr. Kenney berates Donald Manozzi ' s chatter while Mr. Creedon is busy disentangling Pat McTomney and his newspaper. If Mr. Creedon could have gotten Bruce Mercer down from the wall in time, perhaps Tom McLeod wouldn ' t have been able to dismember Stephen McCallum. “Where’s the aspirin? " Mr. John Creedon N.H.S. Robert Dennehy Joel Thall ROOM 218 Desipte Mr. Denehy’s gaunt spectral appearance at the front desk (doubt- less due to arduous policing of “B ” schedules) , this year’s 218 is very athletic- minded. Glass President Mike Thomas captained our fearless football team, with Peter Toohey and Tony Sorressi bringing up the train of his billowing bridal sweatshirt . . . Mike Sullivan and Bob Sweeney skated into the room each morn- ing looking for lost pucks . . . Captain John and Frank Sullivan were the only ones in the class to use starting blocks, leaving for first period . . . Completing the athletic aristocracy, Kenny Still, captain of our battling basketball team, dribbled in for an attendance check (in time with Ray Stunzenas’ trumpeting with the band) and Bernie Tarpey was the only kid to have a private swimming pool in his homeroom. On the intellectual side of the ledger, there is Merit Scholar Joe “Brother” Thall, leader of the N.H.S., and Record editor Jeff Stern, who is responsible for those obscure quotations on the side blackboard every morning . . . And finally there is our haplessly “married” bachelor, Frank Tarantino. Basketball Record Ken Still Geoffrey Stern Yearbook Mr. Charles McGowan Stephen Welch ROOM 219 Let me warn you now. Stay away from 219! Charley McGowan and his fighting horde are the kings of the second floor. With Andrew Vincent and “Golden Gloves” Billy Weeks representing us on the Student Council we get our say in. 219 is represented in other circles, too. Bob Walton, lead singer in the Glee Club; Charley Van Rossum, Executive Committee member, and Steve Welch, editor of our glorious yearbook. Each morning Mr. McGowan tries in vain to get an accurate attendance but with everyone going in and out he becomes frustrated. So at 2:45 there is often a list of students who were either walking or talking when they weren’t supposed to. The Chess Team, under Mr. McGowan’s leader- ship, often has visitors from 219. One big happy family! We bid farewell to Mr. McGowan and wish him the best of luck for next year’s homeroom. He’ll need it after losing us. Boxing Jn jWemonam Philip ®. C. 5Cg It was with the greatest of regret that English High School learned of the death of Philip T. C. Ng, a member of last year’s Year Book Staff. ROBERT ADAMS 47 Wolcott Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Room Captain 2; Prep Club 3 and 4; Track 2 THE ENGLISI ROGER LEE AVELINO Ding Ding 31 Wales Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: U. S. Marines College: Northeastern Hobbies: Bowling, Records, Stamp Collecting, Football Clubs Discussion Club Glee Club; Track 2 RICHARD F. ALEXANDER A1 240 North Harvard St. School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: Teacher or Mechanic College: Boston College Hobbies: Work on Sports Cars, Football Office Aides 4; Clubs F.B.L.A. 3 Secretary STEPHEN A. AZAR 45 West Cottage Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Sports DAVID M. ALKINS Alkie 586 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Business College: Bentley College Hobbies: Singing, Sports (Swimming), Dancing Scuba Diving Clubs Prep Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; “E” ‘67 4; Other Activities lifeguard Roxbury Y; City Wide Chorus 3, 4; Track 4 NORMAN BAILEY 38 Annunciation Road School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: To Succeed College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Bowling Lawrence Prize 3 ; Patrol Office 4 CHARLES J. ANASTASIA 16 Garth Road School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Architecture College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Guitar, Water Skiing, Scuba Diving. Stevie Skip FREDERICK J. BALDASSARO Zip 177 Leyden Street School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Accountant College: None Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling Baseball Manager ROBERT A. BARKER 10 Florian Way School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Biology or Medicine College: Boston U. or Tufts Hobbies: Sports. Cars Patrol 4 BENNETI L. BALL Bennett the Ball 45 Greenock Street School: Dearborn School Ambition: Automobile Designer College: GMAC Hobbies: Model Cars, Scuba Diving, Painting, Stereo Systems, Designing Cars Glee Club IIGH SCHOOL RICHARD M. BAKER Rick 176 Sydney Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: To Be a Successful Musician College: Berkley Hobbies: Rhythm and Blues Group, Jazz, Records Yearbook Staff 4; Park League Football RONALD T. BARDS LEY 72 Blue Hill Avenue School: William E. Russell Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Bob ALAN D. BAKER Boulanger 204 Colorado Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Success College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports, Music Honor Roll 2, 3; National Honor Society 3 DAVID K. BARDOUILLE Little Bee, or Beep 65 Waverly Street School: Boston College High School Ambition: Successful Businessman College: Lincoln University Hobbies: Sports, Parties, Reading, Jazz, Drum and Bugle Corps J.R. Achievment 4; Associates Social Club; CYO, Roxbury Prep Club, CYO Newspaper Ronnie RONALD A. BARKER Ronnie 10 Florian Way School: St. Peter Ambition: To Become A Priest College: Cardinal O’Connell Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize 3 (Latin 3); Office Aides 4; Chess Club, National Honor Society; CYO THE ENGLISH STEVEN C. BAUM Atom 33 Kirkwood Road School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Pennsylvania Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aides Supply Room 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Crew Team 1, 2, 3, 4 EDWARD J. BARKOWSKI 27 Magdala Street School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: To Be A Success Hobbies: Sports Office Aides 4 PETER E. BAVINEAU 24 W. Walnut Park School: Mary E. Curley F.B.L.A. Treasurer THOMAS J. BARRY 3 Commercial Court Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Billiards, Basketball Lawrence Prize 3 ; Office Aides 4 STEPHEN H. BEACH Steve 18 Perrin Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Records, Dancing Office Aides 4; Jr. Achievment 3; Prep Club 3, 4 WALTER C. BARTON Clyde 57 Woolson Street School: O. W. Holmes Ambition : Doctor College: Springfield College Hobbies: Archery, Boating, Music Lawrence Prize 2; Office Aides 3, 4; Red Cross High School Council Member and Vice-Presi- dent of Boston Chapter 3, 4; Massachusetts Boys’ State Delegate 3 ; Red Cross Delegate National Convention. San Diego, California 3; U.N. Trip 3 ROBERT J. BLAUSTEIN Bob 1731 Commonwealth Avenue School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To be a pianist College: Emerson or New England Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Movies, Records, Music, Swimming SCHOOL DAVID J. BERNSTEIN Zuzz 32 Carlson Circle School: Boston Latin Ambition : Broadcasting Field College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Tape-recording, Photography, Coins, Hi- Fi Stereo Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4 (Literary work) 4; Office Aides 4; Room Captain 2, 4; Coin Club 2, 3, 4 - Secretary 4; Student Council 4 - Secretary 4; Discussion Club 4; Stamp Club 4; Supply Room Worker 3; United Nations Trip 4; Delegate to WMEX Press Conference; - 4; Institute for Able Learners 4; USY, Delegate to Student Ex- change at Norton High School 4; Tennis 4 LEAVY I. BEAL, JR. Bub 4A Rockledge Street School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Air Force Pilot College: U. of Mass. Jr. Achievment 3; Track 4; Tennis 4 LESTER L. BINGHAM. JR. Les 108 Dartmouth Street School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Social Worker College: Dickinson College Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Basketball 3, 4; Swimming 2; Room Captain 4; “E” - ‘67 4, Glee Club 4; Prep Club 3: Track 2 JOSEPH H. BERNATONIS 68 Thomas Park School: St. Peter School Ambition : Draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Lawrence Prize 2 (Mech. Drawing) GLEN A. BISB EE 2 Bataan Court School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Business Man College: Texas Western College Glee Club 4; “E” ‘67 4; Track 4 Skip THOMAS E. BERNHARD 26 Saxton Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Teacher College: Westfield State College Hobbies: Golf Yearbook Staff 4 ROBERT LOUIS BOMBARDIERI Bombo 89 Westville Street School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To Succeed College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports Room Captain 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; Corridor Patrol; Social Committee Cafateria Duty; Foot- ball 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 THE ENGLISH ARTHUR M. BORDEN Art, Artie 71 Gainsborough Street School: Huntington School for Boys Ambition : Data Processing College: Boston Univ., Northeastern Hobbies: Driving Jr. Achicvment 4; Volunteer, Children’s Med- ical Center PEDRO BONILLA 40 Symphony Road School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Business Field College: IBM School Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH L. BOUCHARD Joey 2 1 Lamson Street School: Assumption Ambition: Further education College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize Merchandising 1 ; C.Y.O. Base- ball Lou LOUIS J. BONO 243 North Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports MICHAEL A. BOWEN 134 Homestead Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: Teacher College: Bridgewater State Hobbies: Coin Collecting C.Y.O. PETER D. BOORAS Peter 434 Centre Street School: Mary Curley Junior High College: Northeastern Room Captain 2, 3; Jr. Achicvment 2, 3 High school THOMAS E. BROOKS, JR 151 Stanwood Street School: South Side High, Newark. N.J Ambition: Recording Technician Hobbies: Cars RICHARD L. BOWES Rick 624 Beech Street School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Guitar, Sports Room Captain Athletic 2 ; Cross Country 2 LEVERON BRYANT 80 Ames Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Air Force Colonel Hobbies: Cars Prep Club; YMCA THOMAS P. BOYLE. JR. PAT 455 Marlborough Street School: Prince Junior High Ambition: I.B.M. College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Mountain Climbing Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize Lat. 1, Fid. Dep. 1, 2; Office Aides 3, 4; Room Captain 1, 4; Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 DONALD BUGG 39 Waumbeck Street School: Lewis Ambition: Engineer Hobbies: Basketball, Pocket Billiards Prep Club DANIEL J. BREEN Dan 15 Running Brook School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hockey. Swimming Golf 3 PAUL D. BURKE 56 Mercier Avenue School: St. Gregory’s School Ambition: Further Education College: Northeastern Hobbies: Football, Hocke C.Y.O. Burnie Steve RICHARD C. CALDERONE Rich 80 Mayfield Street School: William E. Russel Ambition: Business College: Bentley Hobbies: Coin Collecting Jr. Achievement 3; Science Club 3; Champion- ship .Band: C.Y.O. ; Track 2 STEVEN A. BURMAN 29 Westmore Road School: B.L.S. Ambition: Teaching College: Brandeis Univ. Hobbies: Sports, Stamps, Dancing Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prizes G.2 ; G.3; L.3; L.4; Yearbook Staff 4 (Assistant Editor) : Math 3, 3; Stamp 1. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4, Delegate to WMEX Press Conference 4 THE ENGL SH JOSEPH M. BURRELL Jerry 38 Abbotsford Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Ambition: Diplomat College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Electronics Discussion Club; Track 2, 3, 4. Cross Country 4 REGINALD H. CAGLE Reggie 24 Hewins Street School: Rice-Franklin Ambition: Marine Biologist Hobbies: Swimming, Tennis, Football Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Prep Club, Tennis Club WILLIAM A. BUSIER Brian or Billy 219 Savin Hill Avenue School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Dentist or Detective College: Tufts or University of Hawaii Hobbies: Tennis, Swimming Basketball 3, 4; Swimming 3; NELTA; Track 2. 3. 4: Tennis 2. 3. 4 Captain ANTHONY W. COMERFORD 237 Chestnut Hill Avenue School: T. A. Edison Ambition : To be successful College: Boston College Hobbies: Sailing, Water Skiing Hockey Manager 4 Tony JOEL M. BUTTER 22 Hannon Street School: Russel Jr. High Ambition : Accountant College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Fencing. Golf Jr. Achievement 3. 4 i Wally HIGH SCHOOL WALTER R. CAMPBELL 81 Romsoy Street School: Grover Cleveland College: State College Lawrence Prizes Ec. Geog 2 : Eng. 3 : EMILIO CAMPBELL 120 Stanwood Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Business or Accounting College: Bentley Soccer 3, 4 JOSEPH P. CANGEME 40 Daly Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition : Engineer College: Tufts Hobbies: Golf Honor Roll 3; N.H.S.; Golf 3, 4 SCOTT, W. CAMPBELL Soupy 38 Redlands Road School: R. G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Veterinarian College: Colorado State Univ. Hobbies: Cars, Gymnastics, Skating, Skiing Glee Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4 letter in 2, 3 WILLIAM R. CANTIN Bill 1 1 Herbertson Road School: St. Andrews School Ambition : Business Lawyer College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sports, Cars Patrol 1. 2, 3, 4; Office Aides 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 1, 2; Math Club 1; French Club 1, 2; Baseball 1. 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2 STEPHEN W. CAMPBELL Steve 6 Bayard Street School: W. H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Mathematics or Computers College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Cars Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Office Aides 4; Math, Science, Discussion, Glee; Swimming RICHARD B CARR 275 Lamartine Street School: Martin Van Buren High School Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Electronics Nat. Rifle Assn. ; Boston Sailing Clubs Tart THOMAS J. CASSIDY The Toe 338 Cornell Street School: B.L.S. Ambition: To be a millionaire College: U. of New Hainp. ; Rutgers Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Tennis, Basketball, Music Honor Roll Senior Year; Discussion Club; C.Y.O. ; Prom Committee; E.H.S. Student Gov ' t Representative; Baseball 4; Football 3, 4 GEORGE P. CELIA 312 Meridian Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Hobbies: Cars Swimming 2 ; Crew 4 THE ENGLISH PAUL F. CATARIUS Cat 79 Searle Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition : Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Bowling Lawrence Prize 2; Room Captain 2. 4; Football 3. 4; Track 2 ROBERT A. CARUSO Bob 8 Garden Court Street School: St. John’s Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Car Modeling, Fishing Honor Roll 3 ; National Honor Society WILLIAM CAWLEY 31 ToplifT Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling Baseball 1 Willy JAMES CARRAS Jim 43 Oakview Terrace School: B.L.S. Ambition: Politician College: Univ. of Mass. Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Room Cap- tain 3, 4, Sec. of Athletic Capt. Council; Jr. Achievement 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Discussion Club CHRISTY R. CATINO 7 1 Liverpool Street School: Fitton Ambition: I.B.M. Basketball 3, 4 HIGH SCHOOL MICHAEL C. CHIN 1 60 Monticello Avenue School: Boston Latin Ambition: Pilot College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, Swimming Band 3; Drum Bugle 3, 4; Military Comm. Master Sergeant LAURENT C. CHARBONNEAU Larry 3118 Washington Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Career in service Hobbies: Basketball, Pool Track 3 PAUL L. CHIN Fearless Leader, P.C. 30 Milford Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. FI. S. Ambition: Research Chemist, Draftsman College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Wcapontry, Hunting, Weight-lifting, Karate, Judo, Sports Yearbook Staff 4-art Editor; Record Staff 4- art Editor; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aides 2, 3. 4: Trick Drill 3, 4 - Captain; Art Team 3, 4; Glee Club 4; All City Chorus 4, Eng. - Latin Souvenir Book Staff 4, Key Cage 2, 3, 4, Year- book Committee 4, Campaign Manager 1, 2, 3, Science Institute for Abled Learriers 4, Nurse’s Aide 4, M.I.T. Lectures 4, Library Corps. 4; Military Comm. Capt. - Trick Drill Team; Track 2-Javelin Discus; Tennis 4 HARVEY B. CHARTER Harv 466 Norfolk Street School: Solomon Lewenberg JHS Ambition: To be a success in life College: University of Bridgeport Hobbies: Swimming, Photography, Interviewing, Music, Fishing Band 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aides Nurse’s 3, 4; Trick Drill 3, 4; Room Captain 3; Stamp, Science; Key Cage 4; AZA, USY, Explorers; Social Committee; Member Brandeis Upward Bound Program; First Lieutenant WILLIAM J. CFIISHOLM 27 Green Street School: St. Mary’s Charlestown Hobbies: Swimming Swimming 2, 3, 4 ALBERT G. CHIN 58 Carver Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Auto Mechanic Billy JAMES G. Cl AM PA 5 Gladstone Street Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Reading. Bowling. Football, Stamps Cut Slips Denny Sonny STANLEY B CLAYTOR Stan 2 Sunderland Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Disc Jockey College: American University Hobbies: Records Office Aides 3, 4; F. B. L. A. 3, 4; Track 3. 4 THE NEIL D. COLLINS Skeg 392 Centre Street School: St. Kevins School Ambition: Business College: Bentley College Hobbies: Drum Bugle Corps ENGLISH DENNIS M. CLOHERTY 21 Fidelis Way School: St. Gabriel School Ambition: Pilot Football 2, 3. Mgr. 4 ROBERT S. CLUETT Clue 76 Wrentham Street School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition : Senator College : U. of Mass. Hobbies: Skin Diving, Basketball, Watching Swimming 2; Jr. Achievement 3; Chess 3. 4; Glee Club 3; Track 2 LAWRENCE J. COLLINS Larry 71 Morris Street School: St. Dominic Savio High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Billiards Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aides 3; Career 1. 2. 3; Debating Team 4; Yearbook Committee 4. Social Committee 4, U.N. Trip 4, Member to Able Learners Institute 4, Delegate to WMEX Press Conference 4, E.H.S. - B.L.S. Football Program Thanksgiving Day 4; Track 1 KENNETH R. CLOUTHER Clou 11 Westford Street School: Boston College High Ambition: Governor College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sky Diving, W 7 ater Skiing Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3; French Club 2 GEORGE H. CONNORS 20 Oakdale Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Computer Training EDWARD J. COTTO 8 Darling Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: Law College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: guns ELROY A. COOPER 2 Bean Court 238 School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: fishing, model airplanes Band 1 ; Room Captain 2, Track 2, 3, 4 PHILIP M. CRIMMINS 30 Woodbrier Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Teacher College : State College at Boston Hobbies: Swimming, Skating Yearbook Staff 4 LEROY A. COOPER Big Lee 2 Bean Court 238 School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: U. of New Mexico Hobbies: gasoline airplanes Band 1; Jr. Achievement 3; treasurer 2, Track 2, 3, 4 BENJAMIN D. CUMMINGS 64 Ormond Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: IBM FBLA, 3, 4 Coop RALPH II COOPER 65 Lambert Avenue School: Tiinilty Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: bowling, tennis Trick Drill 3; Jr. Achievement 2 HIGH SCHOOL Room Rep 2; Roxbury prep club 3, 4; Track 2, 4 GERALD J. COOK Jerry- 397 Center Street School: Saint Mary’s High School Ambition: To be a success College : Boston State Hobbies: Bowling, Basketball C.Y.O. 1, 2 Jack Ben WILLIAM K. CUNNINGHAM Bill 1 1 Saint Mark’s Road School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: History Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Home Movies THE ENGLISH PAUL J. CYBULSKI CYB 324 E Street School: P. F. Gavin Ambition: Engineer (Electrical or Chemical) College: Northeastern Hobbies: Radios BRUCE L. CURRIE B.C. 14 Ballou Avenue School: Patrick Campbell Ambition: Music Education College: Boston University Band 3, 4; All Senior Symphonic Band; Orchestra 3, 4 DANIEL G. DALLAS Danny 536 Tremont Street School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Coins, Model-making Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize 1, 2; Patrol 1 ; Office Aides 1 ; French Club 1 ; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; National Honor Society 3, 4 JOHN J. CUSICK Jack 87 Paul Gore Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Cars Room Captain 1, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President of Room Athletic Captains 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 RENATO V. D’AMICO 154 Saint Andrew Road School: St. Lazarus Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern Hobbies: Hot Rods Crew 4 ROBERT S. CUZZI Bob 39 Orleans Street School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition: Business Executive College : Santa Ana College Hobbies: Billiards, Sports Renny 4IGH SCHOOL CHARLES A. DelDOTTO Chuck 8 Inwood Street School: Dearborn Ambition: Computer Operations Expert College: Data Processing Hobbies: Numismatics Honor Roll 1, 2; Room Captain 4; Coin 2, 3, 4 (President); Secretary on Student Council 4; Delegate to Student Exchange at Norton High School 4; Delegate to Student Exchange at Xavier High School 3 ANTHONY M. D’APOLITO Dap. 60 Bennington Street School: James Otis Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Plot Rods ROBERT J. DelloRUSSO Del 210 Endicott Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports, Cars C.Y.O. PAUL C. DAVIS Little Paul 15 Haskell Street School: W. H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Football 3 MICHAEL J. DEMPSEY Mike 118 Knoll Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: College Professor College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Broad-jumping Yearbook Staff 4; Swimming manager 4; Room Captain 3, 4; Delegate to Boy’s State 4, Operated School Bookroom 3, 4; C.Y.O. Basketball and Baseball; Senior Class Com- mittee 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Golf 1 CARLTON DAY 104 Carver Street School: E.S.H. Ambition: To Be Successful College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports ROBERT M. DePAOLO Bob 1102 Bennington Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Psychologist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Football 2, 3; Track 1 JOHN C. DEVANEY 31 Prentiss Street School: Maurice J. Tobin School Ambition: Join the Army Hobbies: Sports THE ENGLISH PAUL DIMINICO 42 Phillip Street School: Peter Faneuil Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports LEONARD M. DEVEAU 7 Tilman Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Marines, Then College College: Boston State Hobbies: Drums, Cars, Motorcycles Football manager 3, 4 Laddie, D ROBERT D. DiROMA 88 Florence Street School: Roslindale High Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Bob DENNIS A. DiCARLO 198 Salem Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Music, Bowling Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; N. H. S. Den RONALD L. DiSTEFANO 144 Prince Street School: St. Anthony’s College: Northeastern Univer sity Hobbies: Sports West FRANK P. DiGREGORIO 331 Huntington Avenue School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Meteorologist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars. Surfing Jr. Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A., C.Y.O. sports; Basketball 1 IIGH SCHOOL FREDERICK M. DOUCETTE 18 Gladstone Street School : Sacred Heart Ambition: Buyer and Seller College : Northampton Hobbies: Billiards Office Aides 3 KEVIN DUFFLEY MICHAEL J. DOHERTY Mike 30 Stratton Street School : O. W. Holmes Ambition: Oceanographer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Skindiving, Photography Office Aides 4; Junior Red Cross 3, 4; Hospi- tal Volunteer WILLIAM E. DONNELLY Bill 47 Patten Street School: Holy Trinity School Ambition: U.S. Army Paratrooper College: Army Hobbies: Sports, Cars Patrol 3; Office Aides 3; Jr. Achievement 2, 3; F.B.L.A., C.Y.O. Baseball, Basketball and Football; Football 2, 3 JAMES J. EGAN The Grape 52 Alpheus Road School: Boston Trade Hobbies: Music, Swimming Basketball 1, 2; Swimming 1; Room Captain 1; Jr. Achievement 4; C.Y.O. Basketball, Park League Football and Baseball; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2 ROBERT G. DONOVAN Bob 22 Eden Street School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Teacher College : Boston State Hobbies: Sports Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Squires, C.Y.O., C.C.D.; KEVIN M. EGAN 52 Alpheus Road School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To Be Successful College: Bentley Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing. Billiards, Cars Band 1; Swimming 2; Jr. Achievement 4; Business, C.Y.O. and Park League Football; Track 2, 3 RONALD J. ELLIES El 26 Athelwold Street Ambition: Accountant School: Timilty Junior High College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports Basketball 2, 3 ; Hockey 2 ; Swimming 3 ; Jr. Achievement 2, 3; “E” 67; Baseball 2; Foot- ball 2, 3; Track 3 THE ENGLISE Hi MARIO E. ESPINOLA 29 South Huntington Avenue School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: Physicist College: M.I.T. or Calif. Tech. Hobbies: Scuba Diving Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prize F. D. 2. Phys. 3; Record Staff 4; Science, Glee, Stamp; N.H.S. JOHN W. ELLIS Li’l Johnny 7 Otisfield Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Naval Officer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Basketball N.H.S. ; Track 4 Sniper FRANK R. FASULO 7 Glenvale Terrace School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Mathematician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music, Coins Honor Roll 2; Math 3; Library Aide WILLIAM A. ENG Chin 39 Dwight Street School: Cathedral Grammar Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Railroading, Scuba Diving, Airplanes, Sports Glee 4; Art Team 4 CARMINE J. FASULO 162 Endicott Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: Data Accountant College : Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Coins Class Office 3 PAUL L. FELDMAN 20 Ormond Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Architect College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Motorbikes, Models Jr. Achievement 3; Hecht House 2 HIGH SCHOOL VINCENT P. FIORINO 2 Walley Street School : Donald McKay Junior High Ambition: Accountant College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Handball Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4 GERALD T. FENNELL Ferry 1 1 1 Monticello Avenue School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Radio Announcer College: Boston University Hobbies: Music BARRY J. FISKE 1 1 Mather Street School: Grover Cleveland Junior High School Ambition: Technical Field College: Technical School Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football Honor Roll 2 ANTHONY V. FERULLO Tony 152 London Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Chemist College: Yale Hobbies: Football, Weight-lifting Honor Roll 1, 3; Lawrence Prize German 2; Office Aides 2; N.H.S. EDWARD I. FISTEL 733 Morton Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2 ROBERT C. FINNERAN Bobbie 6 Ventura Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: To Work for the F.B.I. College: Notre Dame Hobbies: Camping, Fishing Baseball 3, 4 JOHN T. FITZMAURICE 66 O’Callaghan Way School: Gavin Junior High Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports THE ENGLISH SPENCER Z. FORMAN Spence 53 Hazelton Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Dentist College: Clarkson Hobbies: Cars, Golf Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize (s) Math 1, 1; Office Aides 2; Junior Achievement 3 (secretary in Sabort) ; Math Club 3, 4, Dis- cussion 4 ; Manager in Little League, coach in Pop Warner Football, Counsilor in gymnasium for temple, member George Gershwin A. Z. A. (secretary), member Louis Needel A. Z. A. EDWARD J. FRAZIER Eddie 51 Appleton Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Mathematician College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Records Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society RICHARD E. FRANKFURT Richie 17 Appleton Street School: Charles Mackey Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Coin collecting Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prizes Eng. 1, 1; Sp. 2, 2; Sp. 3, 3; Germ. 1, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4 JOHN J. FLANNERY Jocko 55 Waldeck Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: United States Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Coin collecting Lawrence Prize Fidelity and Dep. 2 ; Room Captain 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 1 ROBERT R. FRASCA 4 Charter Street School: Michelangelo Junior High Ambition: Meteorologist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Model Airplanes and Cars Honor Roll 2, 3 Bob EDWARD C. FRADY Bud 25 Forest Hills Street School: Washington Irving Junior High School Ambition: Research Technician College: University of Arizona Hobbies: Skiing, Boating Honor Roll 1; Junior Achievement 3; Work Histology Technician Assistant Anathesiologist MARVIN I. FREDBERG Bushy 19 Hackensack Circle School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize Mechanical Drawing 2; Science 3; Math 2, 3, 4; Art 2, 3, 4; Junior Assistant Scoutmaster HIGH SCHOOL MATTHEW D. FROILAN 60 Vallor Road School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Actor College: Emerson Hobbies: Acting, Social Work Honor Roll 1 ; Discussion 4 ROBERT F. FREEMAN 8 Woodlawn Street School: Francis Parkman Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s College of Accounting Hobbies: Art, Bowling Honor Roll 1, 3; Lawrence Prize French 1; National Honor Society 3 Matt JOEL D. FROOMER Froom 153 Sanborn Avenue School: Robert Gould Shaw Junior High Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Stamps, Coins Junior Achievement 3, 4; Chess, Stamp JOHN C. FRIERSON Fats 98 Acadamy Terrace School: James P. Timilty Junior High Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Bowling, Dancing Junior Achievement 3, 4; Young Adults Social Club, Exclusives Social Club; President 1 JIMMIE L. GARRETT 118 Gladstone Street School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Bowling, Billiards JAMES N. FRIPP Jimmy 66 School Street School: Mary E. Curley Junior High School Ambition: Psychologist College: Harvard University Hobbies: Music, Reading, Sports Room Captain 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, New England Junior President of I. C. U. A., chaplin of Greater Boston Junior Ushers Asso- ciation, Vice-President of C. Y. G.; Track 2, 3, 4 (captain) JOSEPH E. GATELY 20 Brentwood Street School: Edison Junior High Ambition: To be successful Hobbies: Billiards, Swimming, Radios, Joe Handball LEONARD J. GAUDINO Le 95 Chelsea Street School: Donald McKay Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Connecticut Hobbies: Handball, Billiards, Baseball, Guitar Room Captain 1, 2 Lenny THE ENGLISH JOEL M. GOLDMAN Joe 32 Woolson Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High School College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Stamps Office Aides 4; Stamp 4; Nurse Room Aide 3, 4; AZA, YMHA WILLIAM J. GOGLIA 47 Montmorenci Avenue School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Technician College: I. B. M. School Hobbies: Billiards, Handball ROBERT GEE G 3 Warrenton Street School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2; Coin 4, Stamp 4, Art 2; C.Y.O. Baseball League Gogie RONALD J. GOGLIA Ronnie 302 Sumner Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Undecided Hobbies: Model Cars. Billiards. Reading Honor Roll 3 RICHARD S. GOLDMAN Goldie, Dick 31 Hatherly Road School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Advertiser College: University of Rhode Island Hobbies: Sports, Cars J. W. B. Basketball. Phantom Basketball, J. C. C. Inter-Council JAMES L. GILCHRIST Jim 3 Taylor Street Ambition : Lawyer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Sports, Reading Honor Roll 2; Room Captain 1, 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club, President of Student Council 4; Vice-President Student Council 3, Research Lab-Assistant, part-time Social Worker, Upward Bound at Tufts University, Delegate to Student Exchange at Norton High School 4; Secretary 1 ; Track 1 STEPHEN A. GOREWlTZ Steve, Witz 47 Winston Road School: Hyde Park High School Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Coins, Reading Office Aides 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Coin 4 HIGH SCHOOL PAUL J. GOON 253 Shawmut Avenue Ambition : Accountant College: Burdett Hobbies: Guitar Honor Roll 1 ARTHUR M. GORDON Flash 555 Weld Street School: Robert G. Shaw Junior High School Ambition: Doctor College: John Hopkins University Hobbies: Coins, Stamps, Chess Lawrence Prize Fidelity Dep. ; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Chess, Discussion, Stamp WILLIAM A. GOODLISS Bill, Big G 21 West Seldon Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High Ambition: Art Teacher or Commercial Artist College: Massachusetts College of Art Hobbies: Art, Billiards, Chess Chess 3, Art 3, 4; Key Cage 4 THOMAS F. GORHAM III Tonto 114 Hancock Street School: Boston College High School Ambition : Lawyer College: Suffolk Law Hobbies: St. Kevin Emerald Knights Drum Bugle Corps Trick Drill 2, 3; Junior Achievement 3; Stamp Club 4; Drum Bugle 1 JOHN T. GOVF.R Gus 16 Searle Road School: R. G. Shaw Jr. High School Ambition: Teacher College: Bridgewater State Hobbies: Coin Collecting Office Aides 4; C.Y.O.. C.Y.O. Baseball MARC GREENBERG 119 Lucerne Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk Junior Achievement 3 Greeny MONTE S. GROSS 15 Wiltshire Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High School Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Maine Hobbies: Sports Office Aides Key Cage 4; Coin Club 4, Dis- cussion Club 4, Stamp Club 4 THE ENGLISH JOHN A. HAMM 5 Union Avenue School: Washington Irving Ambition: To be Successful College: Service Hobbies: Swimming Johnny ALAN L. GROVER 76 West Selden Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 3; Room Captain 4; 4; Boston Y.M.H.A., U.S.Y. Coin Club RICHARD D. HARDY 72 Gardner Street School: William H. Taft Ambition: History Teacher, Philosophy College: Boston University Hobbies: Airplanes, Hockey, Cars Junior Achievement 2; Y.M.C.A. STANLEY S. GRYGLIK 16 Harbor View Street School: St. Mary’s School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Pocket Billiards Honor Roll 3; Office Aides 3 Stan KEVIN M. HARNDEN 614 East 6th Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Work Hobbies: Music, Basketball, C.Y.O. Band 2, 3, 4 FRANK HAITH 155 Cabot Street Ambition: To Succeed in life College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars Frank Rich -i r HIGH SCHOOL 1967 GREGORY D. HAYES Greg 23 Harlem Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Pilot College: University of New Mexico Hobbies: Archery, Rifles Basketball 4; Room Captain 2; Prep Club, Marshfield Rod and Gun Club; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 JAMES M. HARRINGTON 1 1 1 Bynner Street School: Blessed Sacrament Hobbies: Football, Basketball Baseball 2 ; Crew 1 Harry ROBERT C. HEARD 140 Stratton School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Prep Club; Track 2, 3, 4 ALAN G. HARVEY A1 30 Vesta Road School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Journalist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Curs Honor Roll 1 ; Science Club 3, Coin Club 4 RICHARD J. HENDER 62 Brookside Avenue School: Our Lady of Lourdes JOHN H. HAYDEN, JR. Stretch 27 Templeton Street School: Everett High School Ambition: Astronautical Engineer College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Model Rocketry Chess Club 3, Science Club 3, 4, Discussion Club 3, Coin Club 4, Stamp Club 4 CEDRIC H. HENDERSON Billy Bamm 91 Thornton Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Engineer College: Michigan State Hobbies: Reading, Riflery Honor Roll 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3 ; Prep Club, Viking’s Basketball Club ; Viking’s Basketball Association ; Baseball 1 Bob ROBERT D. HENDRIGAN 596 East Second Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Aviator Hobbies: Airplanes, Coins THE ENGL SH HENRY HOM Henry 244 Broadway Street School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition : Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Honor Roll 2, 3; Lawrence Prize 2; Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 4; Coin Club 3, 4; N.H.S. 3 ROBERT R. HENRY Bob 1 1 Alpha Road School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Art, Swimming Lawrence Prize 2; Patrol 4; Office Aides 4; Art Team 2, 3, 4, Part-time Job 1, 2, 3, 4 Rich RICHARD T. HOMMEL 29 Carolina Avenue School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Playing Guitar in a Band Honor Roll 1, 2; Room Captain PAUL F. HOURIHAN Pee Wee 10 Westerly Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Accountant College: Bryant and Stratton Hobbies: Driving, Swimming Diving Patrol 1, 2; Office Aides 1; Junior Achieve- ment 3; Prep Club; Crew 1, 2 PAUL J. HOLLUM Butch 31 Aldie Street School: St. Anthony School Ambition: Automotive Technologist College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Sport Car Racing, Boating, Water Ski- ing, Football, Hockey, Model Cars. Working on Cars and Driving Yearbook Staff 4; Biography Editor; Office Aides 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; C.Y.O.. 1, 2, 3, 4; Crew 1, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Working Able Learners Science Lectures. ROBERT J. HOAR Chip 92 Lascll Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: To be a Teacher College: Brown LTniversity Hobbies: Cars Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4; Office Aides 4; Discussion Club; Playing the Guitar; Senior Class Vice- President; Baseball 4; Football 3: Golf 4 JONATHAN M. HURWIIZ 4 Bradford Terrace School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Psychologist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Weight Lifting, Coins, Stamps Honor Roll 4; Yearbook 4; Office Aides 3, Cut Slip Office; Stamp Club 4, Coin Club 4, Discussion Club 4, N.H.S. 4, Library Corps 4, Room Councillor 4, Theatre Club 4 HIGH SCHOOL BENJAMIN J. HOUSTON Bennie 5 Akron Street School: James P. Timilty Ambition: Computer Programer College: Boston University Hobbies: Radio T. V. Electronics Junior Achievement 3; Roxbury Prep Club; Military Comm. 3, 4; Track 2 JEFFREY L. HYNES Huck 36 Atkins Street School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition : Forestry College: University of Maine Hobbies: Sports Basketball 1; Patrol 4; Office Aides 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4; Social Committee 4, Campaign Manager 4, CYO, Baseball 1, 4; Golf 3, 4 JOHN C. HURLEY J.C. 2 Ditmus Court School: Sherwin Ambition: Business Manager College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Photography, Electronics Honor Roll 1 ; Lawrence Prize 3 ; Office Aides 4; Junior Achievement 4; Glee Club; “E-67”, Prep Club, Exquisties Club; President 1; Secretary 2 1, 2, 3 RICHARD T. HYNES Rich 218 So. Huntington Avenue School: Jamaica Plain High School Ambition: Medical Career College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars. Bowling, Swimming. Boating, Scuba Diving, Water Skiing Honor Roll 2 ; Hockey 2 ; Patrol 4 ; Office Aide 4; Swimming 4; Track 2 STANLEY M. HURWITZ Stan 155 Fairmount Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Art College: Massachusetts College of Art Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Stamp Collecting, Drawing Honor Roll 3; Record Staff 3, 4; Office Aides 4; Coin Club 3, 4 (Vice-President), Stamp Club 4, Discussion Club 4, Hebrew Teachers’ College, National Honor Society ERNEST B. HUDSON 95 Monticello Avenue School: P. T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition: Business Career College: U. of Miami Hobbies: Singing Group Band 3; Glee Club-4; Drum Bugle 4 DENNIS P. IMONDI Den 40 Linskey Barry Court School: Don Bosco Tech. Ambition: To complete college College: University of Conn. Hobbies: All Sports Basketball at Don Bosco 1 ; Swimming 3 4; YMCA THE ENGLISH GEORGE JOE G. I. Joe 8 Johnny Court School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: Business Administration College: Bentley College Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieu- tenant 3 4 FRANKLIN D. JAMES Frank 79 Atherton Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Business Administrator College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamps Lawrence Prize Spanish 2; Junior Achieve- ment 3; Soccer; EARL E. JOHNSON E.J.. E 107 Townsend Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: To become a business executive College: Pace College Hobbies: Reading fiction novels, listening to popular music Room Councillor 2 ROBERT E. JAMES Bob 1 1 Chilcott Place School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Pilot College: Join Army Hobbies: Reading, Sailing, Swimming MYF ALTENNERSON JONES 207 Blue Hill Avenue School: Edgar J. Hayes High School Ambition : Medi cine College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, Photography, All Snorts Band 1 2 ; Art 3 STEVEN F. JENKINS Steve 76 Forbes Street School: James P. Timilty Jr. High Ambition : Lawyer College: Syracuse; Northeastern, U. Mass Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Tennis, Basketball. Golf, Bowling Swimming 2, 3; Prom Committee; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 4 Steve 1IGH SCHOOL STEPHEN W. KARTHAS 18 Westmoor Terrace School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: To go to College College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2 ; Lawrence Prize 2 ; Baseball 3 JAMES R JORDAN Jimmy 38 Crestwood Park School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: To become a bookkeeper College: Bentley’s Business Educational College Hobbies: Basketball Room Captain 2; Track 2 STEFANO S. KEEL Steve 17 Dixwell Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: School Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Bowling, Cars, Football, Swimming Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Office Aides 3; Track 2 MAURICE R. KALLMAN Moe 3 Kendall Street School: Mission Grammar Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sailing, Photography, Archery, Riflery Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Achievement 4; Chess Club 3; YMCA Social work; Social Club “Incrowd”; Track 1 EDWARD F. KELLEHER 65 Moreland Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Carpentry, Stamp Collecting MICHAEL KANTARGES Greek 223 Belgrade Avenue School: C. E. Mackay Ambition : Businessman Eddie FRANK E. KELLEY 14 Howland Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Organist College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Trick Drill 3 Frankie Kell PAUL F. KELLY 22 Plain Street School: Cathedral High Ambition: To go to college College: Boston State Hobbies: Swimming, Mountain Climbing C.Y.O. THE ENGLISH THOMAS J. KEOHANE 12 Clematis Street School: B. C. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Bowling, Fishing Office Patrol 4; C.Y.O. GEORGE C. KEMP Buzzy 16 Willowood Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Swimming, Ice Skating, Football Track Cross Country 3 MARK B. KESNER Kes 35 Colorado Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Law School Hobbies: Bowling, Golf, Stamp Coin Collecting Honor Roll 3; Library Corps 4, Theatre Club; Member of National Honor Society LAWRENCE W. KENNEDY Larry 34 Hautevale Street School: St. Mary’s Seminary Ambition : Engineer College: Lowell Tech. Hobbies: Winter Sports Swimming Junior Achievement 3 NORMAN J. KNOFF Norm 53 Quint Avenue School: William H. Taft Ambition: Engineer or Lawyer College: U.C.L.A., Northeastern, Michigan State Hobbies: All Sports, Hot Rods, and Surfing Office Aides 3; Room Councillor; Track 2, 3 4 JOHN P. KENNEY 54 Green Street School: St. Catherines Ambition: Government College: University of New Hampshire Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting. Mountain C.Y.O. Jack Climbing RICHARD W. P. KOZAR Richie 37 Buttonwood Street Ambition: Career in the Army Hobbies: Fishing and boating Trick Drill 3 4; Military Comm. 4 lieu- tenant UGH SCHOOL GARY KOBIALKA 55 Forbes Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High RUSSELL L. LABITUE 4 Esmond Street School: Timilty Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Sports, Race Cars STEPHEN A. KOSTOPOULOS Greek 27 Jeffries Street School: Donald McKay Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Boston College Hobbies: Scuba Diving Room Captain 4; Crew Team RICHARD R. LACASSE 124 Fuller Street School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: College Hobbies: Cars Honor Roll 3; Office Aide 3 STEVEN J. KUNEVICH Kunny 50 Mt. Vernon Street School: St. Mary’s School Ambition: IBM Data Processor College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Soccer, Swimming Yearbook Staff 4; Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Art 3 4, Cheess 2 ; Key Cage, Library Corps, Mit Lecture 4; Military Comm. 1st Lieutenant; Baseball 1; Track 1; Tennis 4; Golf 1; Soccer 3 WILLIAM F. KOSTECKI Willy 191 Calumet Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: I.B.M. Specialist College: Chamberlain Jr. College Hobbies: All kinds of Sports Room Captain 2 3 Dick MARTIN H. LAIRD Marty 153 Theodore Parker Road School: Holy Name School Ambition: Success College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports and Bowling Jr. Achievement 3, 4; F.B.L.A. Club; C.Y.O. ; Boys State U. of Mass. THE ENGLISH JOHN H. LEARY 1 1 Searle Road School: R. G. Shaw J. H. S . Ambition: To Be Happy In Life College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Golf, Fishing Honor Roll 1, 2; Room Captain 2 Jack — — Mike MICHAEL K. LANDRUM 940 Parker Street School: Mary E. Curley Hobbies: Basketball, football, fishing, lacross Basketball 2. 4 JOHN DG LEE Johnnie 87 Warren Street School: Saint Mary School Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball Basketball 1; Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Chess Club 1; CYO Baseball League; Military Comm. Capt. of Color Guard ; Base- ball 3; Track 1 THOMAS J. LANE Tom 169 Willow Street School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Biological Research College: State College Hobbies: Fishing, swimming Office Aides 3; Swimming 2; Track 2 Rockie WALTER J. LEE Jay Jay 7 Dwight Street School: Cathedral Grammar Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Gung Foo, Karate, Judo Honor Roll 1; Lawrence Prize A-l, C-l ; Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Art Scholarship Class of Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, Won Gold Key in Art 3; Military Comm. Sgt.-Maj. ALAN D. LA ROCQUE 15 Oak Street School: Cr. Edwards Ambition: Baptist minister College: Gordon College Hobbies: Swimming Military Comm. 2, 3 Sonny IIGH SCHOOL JOHN P. LOMBARDO 3 Sheridan Place School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Teacher, Personnal Work College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Music, Reading, Sports Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence F D 2, 3; Record Staff 4; Math Club 3, 4, Discussion Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 SEE-CHING LEUNG David 26 Edgerly Road School: Tak-Ming English College Ambition: Chem. Engineering College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Chem. Exp., Gung Foo, judo. Photog- raphy Trick Drill 3; Room Captain 3; Military Comm. Cpl. ROSS E. LONDON S.J 4 Westmore Rd. School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Surgical Technician College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Developing Electron Microscope Prints or Surgical Photography Junior Achievement 3, 4; J.A. ; Camping, tennis BARK A. LEW 242 Shawmut Avenue Ambition : Chemist Hobbies: Photography, Fish Collection, Stamp. Collection Basketball 1; Chess 1, 4; Track 2 1967 DENNIS J. LOTTERO 15 Maple Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Dentist College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Hunting, Skiing Junior Achievement 3, 4 WINTHROP G. LLOYD Chip 30 Alaska Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To be successful College: Lincoln University Hobbies: Basketball and Football Junior Achievement 3 ROY J. LUCAS 36 Garner Road School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Dentist College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Pool Lawrence Prize Typing 3; Office Aides Tardy Desk 3 Ronnie ROLAND S. LUND JR. 79 Belden Street School: William Russell Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern U. Hobbies: Model Ship Construction Honor Roll 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Room Captain 1 ; Crew 2 THE ENGLISH ALAN F. MACDONALD Mac 1 Chestnut Terrace School: James P. Timilty Ambition: IBM Specialist College: None Hobbies: Fishing. Dancing ROBERT C. MacDONALD Big Mac 39 Boynton Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: College College: Wake Forest Room Captain 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2 JOHN J. LUONGO 3 Quincy Court School: St. John’s School Ambition: Accounting College: Boston School of Business Hobbies: Music, Sports LOUIS L. LUNETTA Louie 8 May Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Civil Structural Engineer College: Northeastern U. Honor Roll 1; Room Captain 2, 3; Junior Achievement 3; Room Councilor 1, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Office 4 Jay Jay WILLIAM A. MacDONALD Little Mac 39 Boynton Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Physical Ed. Teacher College: Mid West Hobbies: Billiards. Skating, Swimming Swimming 2; Football 2, 3, 4 DENNIS J. LUTI Denny 145 Saratoga Street School: East Boston High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Stamps, Coins Honor Roll 1; Junior Achievement 3; Key Cage-3, 4 JAMES T. MACK Jamie 202 South Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Music Teacher College: Lowell State College Hobbies: Guitar, Drum, Piano, Musical Ar- ranging Band 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; CYO ROMAN B. MAJKUT Bodi 49 Rossmore Road School: Mary E. Curley Junior High Ambition: Engineer College: Lowell Institute of Technology Hobbies: Scouting, Painting Office Aides 1; Room Captain 4; Math 4, Dis- cussion 4; Volley Ball Team 1; Student Council 4 - Treasurer 4 BRIAN MacMILLAN 34 Arborview Road Ambition: To enter the business world College: St. Mary’s, Canada Hobbies: Music Of fice Aides 4 YALE R. MAGRASS Yale 14 Potomac Street School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Liberal Arts College: Brandeis U. Hobbies: Stamps Honor Roll 2; Lawrence Prize F D 3; Room Captain 3; Math Club, Discussion Club, USY, Desk Monitor, Science Fair-Honorable Men- tion IGH SCHOOL GEORGE W. MAHNKE 20 Imrie Road School: T. A. Edison Junior High School Ambition: Doctorate in Physics College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Fishing, Bowling, Art Lawrence Prize 2; Chess 4, Discussion 4; National Honor Society STEPHEN C. MANN 1 1 Price Road School: William H. Taft Ambition: Oceanographer College: Clark University Hobbies: Photography Baseball 2, 3, 4 Buzz ALAN J. MACIEJEWSKI A1 45 Welles Avenue School: William E. Russell Ambition: Landscape Architect College: Rhode Island School of Design Hobbies: Guitar, Painting, Piano, Musical Ar- ranging Lawrence Prizes Ancient Hist. 1, F D 1; Room Captain 2; CYO YMCA Tennis, Golf, Swim- ming GLENN A. MANNKE 5 Wharton Court School: Robert Gould Shaw Junior High Ambition: Undecided College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Football, Baseball Track 2 THE ENGLISH MICHAEL J. MARINUCCI Mick 95 Loring Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Architect College: Lowell Institute of Technology Hobbies: Motorcycles Trick Drill 3; Discussion 4 Swadoba Football, DONALD C. MANOZZI Gaise 124 Spring Street School: St. Theresa School Ambition: Go to college College: Boston State Patrol 1; Office Aides 1; Chess 1, Math 1 IRVING S. MARCUS Irv, 58 Wellington Hill Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Accountant College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Cars George Gershwin A. Z. A. LARRY MARSHALL 7 Glenarm Street School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: Psychologist College: Brandeis University Honor Roll 2; Record Staff 3, 4: Room Cap- tain 3; Junior Achievement 3; Discussion 3, 4; Student Council 3; Track 3 (manager) Charlie RONALD A. MARSILIA 201 Havre Street School: Woodbury High School Ambition: Foreign Service College: Georgetown University Hobbies: Crew, Golf, Tennis, Boats Crew 1, 2, 3 KC ROBERT L. MARCHIONE 30 Kenrick Street School: Edison Junior High School Ambition: Computer Programmer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Fishing, Guitar, Electronics Crew 4 ugh SCHOOL GERALD B. McAULIFFE 53 Coleman Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Sports Writer College: Boston University Hobbies: Weight-lifting, Drums Crew 3, 4 MICHAEL F. MARSTON Mike 1 1 1 Southern Avenue School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Engineer College: Lowell Institute of Technology Junior Achievement 3, 4 gerard j. McCaffrey 33 Alpha Road School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Pharmacist College: Mass. College of Pharmacy Office Aides 3, 4 RICHARD F. MARTEL 8 Yarmouth Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Ph.D. in everything College: Columbia University Hobbies: Music, Philosophy Honor Roll 3 ; Lawrence Prize Modern His- tory 3 ; Discussion Club STEPHEN L. McCALLUM 24 Bickford Street School: Mary E. Curley Junior High Ambition: To be successful College: Undecided Hobbies: Stamp Collecting Discussion 3, 4 DENNIS J. MASTROLIA Dennis 45 Joy Street School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Optometrist College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Office Aides 4; Room Captain 4; Math 1, Chess 1, Discussion 4, Crew 4, Student Body 4 - Treasurer of Student Council 4 ROBERT P. McCAREY 31 Linden Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Commercial Artist College: Mass. College of Art Hobbies: Fishing, Camping, Guns Discussion A; Golf 3, 4 Steve r Joseph e. McCarthy 38 Belfort Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To tour U. S. College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Surfing, Skiing, Cars, Sight-seeing Junior Achievement 3 ; Discussion 4 THE ENGL SH Mac william c. McDonough 41 Bakerfield Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Commercial Artist College: Mass. College of Art Hobbies: Painting Office Aides 3 ; Discussion 4 Will THOMAS K McLEOD 24 Farrar Avenue School: Washington Irving ROBERT T. McINNES 37 School Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Detective College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football Honor Roll 2 Bob KENNETH J. McKENNA 47 Haynes Street School: Our Lady of Assumption Ambition: Attend College College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize 2 ; Baseball 3, 4 lance p. McLaughlin jim 7 Clifton Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: To enter the social field College: Unknown Hobbies: Guitar, Bass, Organ, Piano, Sportscars, Reading Chess 1, Discussion 4, Rox. Prep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee 3, 4, Choral Practice 1, 2, 3, 4, all city choir and chorus 3, 4, plays in local jazz and classic bands and groups KEVIN T. McCORMICK Mac 16 Danville Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Geologist College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sailing, Guitar Discussion 4, Math 4 CHRISTOPHER E. MELLEN Chris 188 Corey Street School: Robert G. Shaw Junior High School Ambition: Dentist College: Boston University Hobbies: Skiing Jr. G. O. Y. A. 3, 4 (Greek Orthodox Youth Ass., on Executive Council) H GH SCHOOL PAUL F. McRAE Rat 220 Minot Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To tour U. S. College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Surfing, Skindiving, Cars, Sight-seeing Junior Achievement 3; Discussion 4 BRUCE S. MERCER 4 Hollis Place School: William Howard Taft Junior High Ambition: Attend college College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4 PETER W. McSORLEY Pete 405 K Street School: B. C. High Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports PATRICK J. McTOMNEY Mac 46 Tower Street School: Francis Parkman Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Cars, Football, Hockey, Baseball Room Captain 2 FRANK A. MICELLI 5 Cooper Street School: Michelangelo Hobbies: Sports RANDOLPH R. MESTON Randy 1336 River Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Jazz Drummer Hobbies: Music, Writing, Hockey, Water Skiing Band 1, 2; Trick Drill 3, 4; Junior Achieve- ment 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Drum Bugle 3, 4 WILLIAM J. MICELI Bill 19 Bucknam Street School: Mary E. Curley Junior High Hobbies: Reading, Running, Guitar Honor Roll 2; Junior Achievement 3; Track 3, 4 THE ENGL SH Weasel CHARLES W. MILES The Man 36 Creston Street School: P. T. Campbell Junior High School Ambition: Technician College: Northeastern U. Hobbies: Sports Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 GREGORY B. MILLER Greg 211 Newbury Street School: Prince Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Teachers Hobbies: Guitar, Sailing Honor Roll 1; Basketball Intramural 3; Office Aides 3; Junior Achievement 3; Math Club 1, French Club 1; Crew 1, 2, 3, 4 ISAAC MITCHELL 61 Stanwood Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Electronic Data Processor College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Billiards F. B. L. A. ROBERT F. MORIARTY Little Senior 20 Parkton Road School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Undecided College: Bryant and Stratton Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Sailing, Rowing, Canoeing Hockey 3, 4; Office Aides 3; Room Captain 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Math 1, C. Y. O., Park League Hockey Team; Track 1 LUTHER R. MILES 42 Georgia Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Delaware State Hobbies: Sports Basketball 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Group 12-3, 4; T.C.B. Basketball Team 3, 4, E.Y.C., 2, 3, 4, Thunderbird Crushers 2 GEORGE D. MORSE 137 Peterborough Street School: Prince Ambition: Undecided College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2 JOHN P. MURPHY 34 Parkman Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Airline Pilot College: Boston University BARRY J. MOULAISON 192 O’Callaghan Way School: W. E. Russell Ambition: Automotive mechanic College: None Hobbies: Hot Rods Glee Club 1, 2, 3 THOMAS J. MURTAGH Tommy 19 Burke Street School: St. Joseph’s Ambition : To Finish College College: Northeastern Hobbies: Working on Cars Lawrence Prize 2 F D; Tardy Desk-4 JOHN W. MUNZERT Jack 37 Harbor View Street School: Saint Patrick School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern U. Hobbies: Oldsmobiles, Football, Basketball, Crew. Swimming, Surfing Honor Roll 1; Office Aides 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2, 3; Crew Captain Letterman 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain-4; Class Office 2, 3 THOMAS H. NASH 42 Corona Street School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: X-Ray Technician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize 3; F. B. L. A. GINO MURPHY Jean 42 Walden Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Real Estate Broker, Owner, Operator College: Los Angeles City Hobbies: Weightlifting, Boxing , Reading H GH SCHOOL LEO E. MOSS Pete 79 McLellan Street School: St. Patrick Ambition: Successful businessman College: Boston School of Business Education Hobbies: Art C. Y. O., Prep; Track 2, 3, 4 Tom Murph BERTRAM G. NICHOLLS Nick 638 Beech Street •School: Washington Irving Junior High Ambition: Data Processing College Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports THE ENGLISH KENNETH W. NOSEWORTHY 104 School Street School: Mary E. Curley Junior High Ambition: Public Accountant College: Bentley Office Aides 3; Chess 3, 4 JAMES T. NICKERSON Jim 142 Adams Street School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Fishing Ken JOHN K. O’DONNELL Ken 220 Neponset Avenue School: St. Ann’s Ambition: Radio and Television Broadcasting College: Emerson JOHN R. NOONAN JR. Eyes, Fast Jack 33 Harbor View Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Serviceman College: Bentley Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Billiards Basketball 1 GEORGE R. O’MALLY 41 Coniston Road School: Holy Name School West Roxbury Ambition: Architect College: Temple University Hobbies: Football, Tennis. Hockey, Pool Office Aides 3; Room Captain 3; Glee Club 2, 3; C.Y.O.; Football 2, 3; Track 1 THOMAS J. NORTON T 35 St. Brendan Road School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Athletics, Music Park League Basketball, C. Y. O. Hockey, C. Y. O. Baseball; Football 1, 2; Track 1 Rock HIGH SCHOOL JAMES K. O’ROURKE 19 Myrtle Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Mathematician College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: swimming Honor Roll 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 4; Fidelity Prize 1, National Honor Society; Football 3 PAUL J. O’MALLEY Moose 133 Williams Street School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: Teacher College: Wake Forest Hobbies: Sports, Music Hockey 4 manager; Office Aides 4; Room Cap- tain 4; Baseball 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 SALVATORE J. ORTISI 389 Meridian Street School: Sacred Heart Ambition: Business College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Baseball 3 EDWARD G. O’NEIL Ed 107 Hewlett Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Dentist College: University of Massachusetts Yearbook Staff 4; Hockey 2; Office Aides 3, 4; Football 2 Track 1 ROBERT N. OSHRY 766 Morton Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business Administration College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports, Fishing F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; Library Corps 3, TIMOTHY D. O’NEIL 25 Danforth Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: football, baseball STEPHEN J. PACHECO 37 Bakersfield Street School: William Russell Ambition: Biologist College: Northeastern University Lawrence Prizes 1, 3; Patrol 2; Trick Drill 3 Room Counselor 3 Oscar VINCENT P. PAGE JR. 30 Fidelis Way School: William Howard Taft Jr. High School Ambition: President of a Bank College: Boston State Hobbies: Coins, Hockey, Baseball, Fishing Coin Club 4 THE ENGL SH JOHN B. PEREIRA Joh nny 286 Fuller Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To become a successful businessman College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Soccer, Coin collecting Office Aides 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4 Captain MELVIN C. PEARSON Cool Clem 79 Waumbeck Street School: Lewis Jr. High School Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Boston School of Business Hobbies: Horse Back Riding, Car Racing F.B.L.A. MICHAEL J. PEPE Mighty Joe Young 1 1 Milton Avenue School: St. Mark’s School: St. Mark’s Ambition: History Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Accordion, Organ, Baseball Office Aides 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Coin Club 4; Swimming; Bowling WILLIAM C. PARKMAN Billy 202 Dudley Street School: Dearborn College: Syracuse Hobbies: Sports Basketball 1; Prom Committee 4; Class Office 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 THOMAS A. PETRUZZELLI 40 Rornsey Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Discussion Club; Baseball 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN R. PENTA PeeWee 29 St. Andrew Road School: St. Lazarus Grammar School Ambition: To Be Successful College: Boston College Hobbies: Fishing, Camping Honor Roll 3; Room Captain 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Room Counselor 3 I HIGH SCHOOL JOHN POWERS Fuzzy 25 Milton Avenue School: St. Matthew’s College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Guitar DAVID E. PICKERING David 51 Park Drive School: Prince Ambition: Professor College: Harvard University Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prizes 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Crew Team 3, 4; Library Corps 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; E.H.S. Representative at Boys’ State 1966; Harvard Prize Book Winner 3; Football Manager 4; Room Counselor 2 KENNETH W. PRICE Wilbur, Mogarty 319 Blue Ledge Drive School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be successful College: Undecided Hobbies: Drums, photography, boating, swim- ming, stamps, exotic tropical fish breeding Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aides 3, 4; Trick Drill 3, 4; U.S.Y., A.Z.A., Member of rock n’ roll group, “The Huns”; Military Comm., Sergeant Major 4; Track 2 PAUL J. PINO JR. Parb 8 Baldwin Place School: Michelangelo Jr. High School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Fishing, Swimming, Boating Lawrence Prize 3 STEPHEN PRICE Steve 734 Columbia Road School: Boston Latin Ambition: Politician College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hunting, Trapping FREDERICK PORTNOY Rick 92 Hazleton Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To Be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coins, Stamps Office Aides 3; Soccer 4; F.B.L.A. 4, Treasurer FLOYD W. PRIESTER 10 Aspen Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High School Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Florida A M University Hobbies: Jazz Records, Sports Junior Achievement 3; Baseball 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 RONALD T. PULICARI 1148 Bennington Street School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Barber Hobbies: Pool Picar JOHN J. PRIMES Johnny 188 Armory Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Accounting College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Stamps, Fishing Junior Achievement 4; Junior G.O.Y.A.; Room Counselor 2; Track 2 THE ENGLISH Bobby ROBERT H. PRINCE Bob 304 Huntington Avenue School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Ambition: To Study in the field of Biology College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Chess, Football, Gourmet, Stamps Discussion Club 4 ROBERT S. RAGUCCI 95 North Margin Street School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: To Be Successful Hobbies: Sports, Music, Hunting ANTHONY C. PRIMO Bella 440 Hanover Street School: St. John’s Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music, Fishing, Dancing, Swimming, Bowling Patrol 2 THOMAS M. RALSTON Tom 178 Orange Street School: Washington Irving Ambition: To Be Successful College: Boston School of Business Education DONALD D. RAY Road Runner 2 Claremont Park School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: Professional Football Player Hobbies: Track. Football, Basketball, Swimming Club 67; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 UGH SCHOOL LEONARD A. RIZZUTO Lenny 81 Prince Street School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: To Be Successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Billiards, Fishing, Swimming RONALD F. REID Big R on 63 Bernard Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: Business Manager College: Burdett Hobbies: Models, Stamps Office Aides 2, 3; Swimming 3, 4; Room Captain 1, 2; Football 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 THOMAS ROAN Tommy 202 London Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: Aviation College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling Patrol 3, 4; Office Aides 3,4; Trick Drill 3, 4; Military Comm., Sergeant; Track 2 GERARD D. RENNA Slim 60 Prince Street School: St. Anthony Ambition: Math Teacher College: State College Hobbies: Bowling Math Club 1 ; Room Counselor 4 MICHAEL P. ROANE Crazy 13 Corregidor Street School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: To be a psychologist College: Bowdoin Hobbies: Horseback riding, Building model planes Band 3; Debate Club 1; Discussion Club 4; Drum and Bugle 1 ; Track 1 STEPHEN L. RIDGE Steve 50 Potomac Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: To Be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Motorcycles, Sports, Hunting, Skiing Football 2, 3 College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Playing the Guitar Honor Roll 2; Swimming 4; Math Club; Track 2, 3, 4 LEON H. ROBINSON III Lee or Professor 224 Harold Street School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Diplomat College: Boston College Hobbies: Drawing, Photography Junior Achievement 3; Future Business Leader of America 3 LESTER E. ROSENBERG Les 44 Violet Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Certified Public Acocuntant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Coin Collecting Junior Achievement 3; Coin Club 3 4; Chan- cellor, Welcome Chapter No. 26 Pi Delta Pi; Junior Order Knights of Pythias LOUIS A. RUSSO 26 Clarence Street School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Success and Fun College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Bowling Lawrence Prize 3 ; Crew 1 , 2 CHANDAN ROY Chad 113 Beacon Street School: Dedham Jr. High College: Service (Navy) Hobbies: Stamp and Coin Collection Junior Achievement 3; Captain. Soccer Team 4, (3);Track 1 FRANCIS J. RYNNE 49 Rosedale Street School: Saint Mark’s Ambition: Further Education College: Bentley or Boston State Hobbies: Golf, Bowling Hockey 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain DONALD D. RUBBICCO Donny 169 Trenton Street School: Fitton Central High Ambition: Blood Technician Hobbies: Coin Collecting Choral Practice 3 JOSEPH C. SAMPRONE 197 Trenton Street Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports ROBERT E. RUSCETTI Bob 263 Chestnut Avenue School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lawrence Prizes M3a and SI - 3 ; Math Club 4; National Honor Society 3 ; Vice Pres, of Same 4 THE ENGLISH 1821 STERLING R. SAUNDERS Silver 1 16 Eustis Street School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: Biologist College: College of Biology Hobbies: Models, Art Room Captain 1, 2, 3, 4 FRANCIS J. SERSANTI Frank 15 Frederika Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Commercial Airline Pilot College: U.S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Reading, Weight-Lifting, Bowling, Playing Guitar Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Discussion Club 4; Treas- urer of EHS National Honor Society - 4 UGH SCHOOL RAY H. SAWTELLE 93 Waldeck Street School: Prince Ambition: Career out of the service College: Service (Air Force) Hobbies: Anything Interesting (Not Fussy) Ray LAWRENCE A. SCHIFFER Larry 15 Lyall Street School: Shaw Junior High Ambition: Oceanographer College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Horseback Riding Patrol 3, 4; Office Aides 3,4; Trick Drill 3, 4; Junior Achievement 4; Military Comm., Lieu- tenant; Track 2, 3 VICTOR V. SANTARPIO Vic 8 Gladstone Street School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Boating C.Y.O. ROCCO A. SCIPPA 10 Gladstone Street School: East Boston High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Basketball Room Captain 2 NEAL SANTANGELO Santa 16 Wentworth Street School: Boston Latin College: Northeastern Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize 2; Swimming 2, 3, 4 mum ROBERT F. SEVERIN Bob 9 Gaybead Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Service College: non-service Hobbies: having a good time Bowling THE ENGLISH CLEMENT F. SHEARER Clem 164 Monticello Avenue School: Boston Latin College: Carnegie Institute of Technology Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Junior Achievement 3; Track 2 ANTHONY S. SHAHEEN Tony 19 Hanson Street School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Basketball STEVEN A. SIEDLECKI Little Sid 302 K Street School: Gavin Jr. High Ambition: F.B.I. Agent College: Suffolk Law Hobbies: Contemplating the realism of life Honor Roll 2 ; Admirer of philosophical writing LEONARD SHAPIRO Lenny 20 Brockton Street School: Solomon Lewenberg J.H.S. Ambition: Psychologist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Politics Band 1, 2, 3; Patrol 4: Swimming 4; Discus- sion Club 4; YMHA Hecht House 1, 2; AZA 3 ALBERT SILVER 59 Winston Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To own a pizzeria College: None Hobbies: Records, football coaching Key Cage 3 STEVEN L. SHAPIRO Ship 299 Foster Street School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Conservation Officer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Fishing, Reading Future Business Leader of America Vince HIGH SCHOOL VINCENT A. SMITH 21 Cunningham Street School: Mary E. Curley j.II.S. Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Planning and Building Model Jets Honor Roll 2, 4; Record Staff 4; Junior Achievement 3; Discussion Club 3; Track 2, 3 4 JEROME J. SIMS Sima 167 Forest Hills Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Radio and TV Announcer College: Northeast Broadcasting School Hobbie: Play Guitar Play in Rock and Roll Band, Skin Diving; Football 2, 3 HARRY S. SNYDER 92 Willowood Street School: Lewenberg Ambition: Election College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Cars, Electronics Band 4; Office Aide 3; Nurse’s Office Key Cage 3, 4; AZA RONALD A. SISCO Cool-Ron 21 Marcella Street School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: To be successful in whatever I attempt Hobbies: All sports, Singing Group “Epics” Junior Achievement 3, President of my com- pany; Glee Club 2, 3 4; C.Y.O. ; Drum and Bugle 1 ; Track 1 DANNY SOO HOO 5 Warrenton Street School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: To Be Successful College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 2 ; Coin Club WILLIAM W, SISCO JR. Junior 21 Marcella Street School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: Career in the Air Force College: United States Air Force Academy Hobbies: Photography, vocalist Office Aides 4 (Nurses) ; Junior Achievement 3 4; Gleen Club 2, 3, 4 - E67; Cheer Leader; Track 2, 3 RICHARD SOO HOO Richie 26 Upton Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: To obtain the fruits of life College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Camping Lawrence Prize, Fidelity Prize 1 ; Trick Drill 2,3; Math Club; Cancer Crusader; Track 1, 2 Tony ANTHONY A. SORESSI 24 Everett Street School: St. Columbkille Ambition: Business Success College: University of Miami Hobbies: Football, C.Y.O., Billiards Room Captain 2 ; Football 2, 3, 4 THE ENGLISH ANTHONY M. SPINOZZI Spin 45 Frazer Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Patrol 1,2; Office Aides 1, 2; Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4 GEOFFREY R. STERN 9 Radnor Road School: T. A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: To be a writer College: Clark University Hobbies: Religion, Reading, A. E. Houseman Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prizes, Adv. Mod. Hist. 3; Record Staff, Editor 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Library Assistant MICHAEL F. STAUFF Mike 66 Grady Court School: Donald McKay Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Astronomy, Ham Radio Lawrence Prize, Fidelity 1; Office Aides 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3 ALFRED M. SPRINGER Elmoe Topp 15 Whittier Street School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Accountant College: Boston Clerical Hobbies: Basketball. Football Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 1 KENNETH H. STILL Little Bit 601 Shawmut Avenue School: Sherwin Ambition: Psychologist College: Morgan State College Hobbies: Jazz, Basketball, Swimming Yearbook Staff, Sports Writer; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 3; Junior Achievement 3,4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Discussion Club; St. Philip’s Basketball; YMCA Basketball; Stu- dent Counsel 1,2; CYO Tennis; Brandeis Univ. Upward Bound Program; Class Office, Vice Pres. 1; Football 1, 2,3; Track 1, 2, 3 PAUL E. STANISH Paul 34 Selden Street School: St. Matthew’s Ambition : Teacher College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Sports, Photography Coin Club 4; Track 1 HIGH SCHOOL 1967 JOSEPH P. SULLIVAN 29 Beaufield Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: English Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Cars, Swimming, Hockey, Ping Pong RAYMOND L. STUNZENAS Stunz 614 E. 6th Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Motorcycles, Sports Band 2, 3, 4; Room Counselor 4; Track 1 Sully Football, MICHAEL R. SULLIVAN Sully 68 Kenwood Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sper‘s, Music, Stamp Collecting Lawrence Prize, Fidelity Deportment 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aides 3; Room Captain 3; CYO Baseball; Intramural Basketball 3 FRANK A. SULLIVAN 4 Miles Standish Road School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: Dentist Ambition: Lawyer College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Bowling, Saving Mottos, Swimming, Chess, Reading, Football Junior Achievement 4; Glee Club 4 PAUL H. SWARTZ Paul 24 Wellington Hill Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Mathematician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Basketball Lawrence Prize 3 JOHN P. SULLIVAN Sully 67 Taunton Avenue School: James J. Chittick College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Writing, Reading Honor Roll 1 ; Lawrence Prizes S2, L2, E2 ; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Track L 2, 3, 4 PHILIP S. SWEENEY 48 Monument Square School: Boston Tech. College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Hockey Phil ROBERT S. SWIERK Bob 1 7 Leroy Street School: Don Bosco Tech. Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Water Skiing, Football, Swimming, Playing Guitar Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball Manager 2; Hockey Manager 3 MICHAEL D. TENAGLIA Mike 1 14 Dustin Street School: Boston Latin Ambition : Business Management College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Football, Bowling Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize, Fidelity De- portment 3; Discussion Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 LEONARD M. SZURGOCINSKI Lenny 53 Paul Gore Street School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Weight Lifting Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, Fidelity De- portment 2 THE ENGLISH IGNAZIO T. TERRANOVA 59 Charter Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Football Nazio FRANCIS J. TARANTINO Tino 128 Standard Street School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Golf Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Hockey 2; Park League Football; Edward J. McCormack Jr. Football Club; CYO Basketball; Connie Mack Baseball JOEL J. THALL Joe 17 Tiverton Road School: Boston Latin Hobbies: Reading, Bowling Honor Roll 3 ; Lawrence Prize, English 3 ; Junior Achievement 3; Discussion Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 (Pres. 4) ; Track, Cross Country 2 JOHN T. TARDIEU 2 Thane Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Jr. High Ambition: F.B.I. Agent Lawrence Prize, Fidelity 2 HIGH SCHOOL FREDRIC B. THOM Paine 873 Washington Street School: Abraham Lincoln College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Student of Oriental Martial Arts Honor Roll 1; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2 RONALD H. TRAYLOR Ronnie 170 Heath Street School: Sherwin Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Judo Honor Roll 1; Trick Drill 2, 3, 4; Room Cap- tain 2 JOHN F. THOMPSON Jack 102 Norfolk Street School: B. C. High Ambition: History Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football Junior Achievement 3; Discussion Club 4; In- tramural Basketball 3 Club 4; JOSEPH A. VANDALA 45 Oakview Terrace School: Boston Latin Ambition: Electronics Engineer College: Lowell Technological Institute Hobbies: Guitar, Reading Junior Achievement 3; Discussion Science Club 4; Alumni Committee PETER A. TOOHEY Pete 75 Orange Street School: Washington Irving Ambition: Coach College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Record St; : , Golf Reporter; Discussion Club; Football 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3 4, Capt. 4 MICHAEL F. THOMAS Mike 54 Kenneth Street School: William F. Taft Ambition: Teacher College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Room Captain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4 GERALD T. TWOMEY Jerry 118 Bartlett Street Ambition: English Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football Room Captain 3; Intramural Basketball 1. 3 ALGIS VALANCIUNAS RICHARD A. VIEIRA Richie 42 Breed Street School: Curtis Guild Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Hobbies: Model Railroading Office Aides 2,3; Art Team; Science Club; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; Detention Staff; Asst. Co-Work Training Counselor of the Neighbor- hood Youth Corps EUGENE C. WALLACE 179 Forest Hill Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Economist College: Boston University Hobbies: Coin collecting, Swimming Discussion Club 4 ANDREW VINCENT JR. 81 Vagston Street School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: U.S.A.F. Pilot College: Tufts University Hobbies: Football Lawrence Prize 2 ; Basketball 1 ; Room Captain I, 4; Math Club; Discussion Club; Football, J. V. 3 Gene 337 E Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamps; traveling Honor Roll 1 ; Lawrence Prize, German 1 ; Youth Work THE ENGLISH JOSEPH M. VIULA 20 Josephine Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Electronics College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music, Cars Patrol 2, 3, 4 CHARLES F. VAN ROSSUM Chuck 113 Magnolia Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Foreign Diplomat College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Athletics, Politics Honor Roll 1 ; Lawrence Prizes, F D 1 ; H.W. 2; Patrol 3; Office Aides 3; Trick Drill 3; Junior Achievement 3,4; Discussion Club 4; Student Council 3; Military Comm., 2nd Lieut. 3; Baseball 1; Football 1; Track 1; Room Councilor 3 ROBERT V. WACHACK 2 Sunset Lane School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music Band 3, 4; All-City Band 3, 4 WILLIAM J. WEBBER Bill 1 Glenellen Road School: R. G. Shaw Jr. High School Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Music, Literature, Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Achievement 3; Dis- cussion Club 4; Intramural Basketball 3; Golf 3, 4 JOHN J. WALSH Jonny 7 Silloway Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Social Worker College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Swimming Yearbook Staff 4 ; Discussion Club 4 RICHARD T. WEBSTER Webb 23 West Cottage Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Service Hobbies: Sports Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4 DONALD E. WATSON Don 8 Greenley Place School: Boston Latin Ambition: Army Career College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Junior Achievement 3, 4 WILLIAM F. WEEKS Biffa 8 Pilsudski Way School: Boston Latin Ambition: Architect College: Harvard Hobbies: Boxing, football, reading Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize, Fidelity 2 ; Yearbook Staff, Sports Editor 4 ; Record Staff, Sports 4; Patrol, Library 4; Office Aides 2; Room Captain, Councilor 4; Junior Achievement, Vice President 3, 4; Student Council 4, Math Club (Pres.) 2, 3, 4; Art Team 2, 3, 4; Math Team 2, 3, 4; Quiz Team 4; Dramatics Club (chairman) 4; Stamp Club 4; French Club 2; Yearbook Committee (Chairman) 4; N.E.A.A.U. Lightweight Cham- pion 1966-1967; Park League Football; CYO Basketball ALLEN D. WEAGLE 163 Calumet Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: U.S.A.F. College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Stamps, Basketball, Bowling STEPHEN W. WELCH Steve 3 Revere Street School: Roxbury Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Heidelberg College Hobbies: Sports, Acting, Singing Band 1; Honor Roll 3, 4; Lawrence Prize, Geometry 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4 (editor); Record Staff 3; Basketball 1, 2; Office Aides, Library Aide; Quiz Team; Debating Team 3; President P.F. Youth Group 1, 2, 3, 4; ABCD Tutoring Program 3; Globe Editors Confer- ence 3; Jean Sheppard Interview 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mayor Collins ‘Man of the Future’ Award 3; English-Latin Souvenir Foot- ball Program; DeMolay 3, 4; B.U. Editors Conference 4; Conference on Government 4; 3, 4 (editor); Able Learner’s Conference 4; Science Museum Trip 4; United Church Youth Study Trip to England 4; M.B.A. Youth Ministry Council 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 1, 2 SANDERS WILBORN Jackie 86 Annunciation Road School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition : Accountant College: Northeastern Hobbies: Fishing Room Captain 1; Junior Achievement 3; Glee Club 4 THE ENGLISH Barry Chuck BARRY P. WINER 18 Fidelis Way School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports QUINTON WILKINS 27 Alpine Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Artist-Writer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Painting, Writing Junior Achievement 3 WILFRED A. WISNIEWSKI 1 7 Atherton Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Swimming Discussion Club 3 ; FBLA 3 CHARLES J. WILLOUGHBY 132 Glemway Street School: Boston Latin Swimming 4 ; Crew 2, 3, 4 FRANK G. WILLIAMS Bat 275 Centre Street School: Mary E, Curley Ambition: Business Executive College: University of Miami Hobbies: Sports, Pop Music, Auto Racing, Swimming Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball (Manager 4); Office Aides 4; Discussion Club 4; Drama Club 4; CYO Basketball, Baseball; (Member YMCA) ; Baseball 4; Football 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND P. WITHROW JR. 69 Ridgewood Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Basketball Basketball 1 ; Office Aides 3 Buddy KENNETH S. WONG 21 Monadnock Street School: Alamogordo High School Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Reading ARNOLD G. YEE 1662 Washington Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High School • Ambition: Technical Engineer College: University of Massachusettts Hobbies: Aquarium, Baseball, Swimming, Billiards, Stamps Lawrence Prize 2 ; Coin Club 4 ; Baseball Team; Basketball Sun Gmg Yee THEODORE Y. WONG 65 Harvard Street School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Engineer College: Univer sity of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize 3; Art Team 3, 4 DONALD YEE 66 Warrenton Street School: Cathedral School Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Skin Diving, Drawing Honor Roll 1; Coin Club 4; Baseball team. Basketball team; Football 3, 4 HIGH SCHOOL RICHARD W. YAROSH Richie 41 Carlson Circle School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Science Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Surfing, Water Skiing, Scuba Diving, Electric Guitar Yearbook Committee 4; Coin Club 4; Math Club 4; Discussion Club 4 WILBUR T. WYATT JR. Junior 62 Weaver Court School: Timilty Jr. High Ambition: Airport Dispatcher College: Virginia Union College Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Table Tennis Junior Achievement 3; Glee Club 4 MICHAEL R. YOUNG Pee Wee 32 Lester Street School: Chatsworth High Ambition: Electronics College: Northeastern Hobbies: Racing Cars Basketball 2; Coin Club and Stamp Club STEVEN J. ZAIDMAN Charlie 16 Shandon Road School: Solomon Lewenbcrg Jr. High School Ambition: Juvenile Guidance College: Boston University Hobbies: Drums, Sports, Little League Manager FBLA Club 3 THE ENGLISH GREGORY T. STEFANO Stef 51 W. Eagle Street School: Sacred Heart Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Outdoor Sports, Bowling. Handball Office Aides 3; CYO Baseball; Crew Team 1; Intramural Basketball 3; Baseball 3, 4 JOSEPH J. ZINCK Joe 397 Centre Street School: St. Mark Ambition: Draftsman Hobbies: Cars, Boats Room Captain 3; Football Manager 4 THOMAS J. CARIDEO 1 68 Leyden Street School: St. Lazarus College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Handball Tom JAMES A. ODOARDI 673 Bennington Street School: Sacred Heart Ambition: Pilot College: University of Miami Hobbies: Cars, Swimming Odo Johnny HIGH SCHOOL JOHN W. BOWES 82 Forest Hills Street School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: Electrician College: Wentworth Hobbies: Sports DANIEL A. AWALT Danny 4 East Cottage Street School: Dearborn Jr. High Ambition: To be a Professional Bowler College: None Hobbies: Bowling, Football F.B.L.A. Club 3; Art Club 2 KENNETH J. AYUBE 26 E. Brookline Street School: Holy Trinity Ambition: Mathematician College: Boston University ROBERT A. BACON A1 79 Window Street School: Sherwin School Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, Pool, Jazz, Bowling Lawrence Prize 2; Junior Achievement 2, 3; Prep Club; Drum and Bugle 1; Track 1 TODD L. BAKER 25 Stratford Street School: Hudson High School College: Northeastern DANIEL P RYAN Beef 16 Faulkner Street School: Billerica Memorial High Ambition: Test Pilot College: Northeastern U. Hobbies: Football, Bowling Honor Roll 3, 4; National Honor Society, 3, 4 JOSEPH A. BELLABONA Wanderer 160 Leyden Street School: Cheverus Ambition: Lots of Money College: M.I.T., B.U., Northeastern Hobbies: Motorcycles, Cars, Boating Honor Roll 1; Office Aides 1; Trick Drill 2; Room Captain 1 ; Track 1 SILBERT C. BILLONIN JR. Tink 43 Sheridan Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be no less than what I am College: Boston State Hobbies: Dancing, Singing Basketball 3; Room Captain 2; Junior Achieve- ment 3 ; Glee Club 4 PAUL H. BRAUNER 7 Price Road School: Landon High School Lawrence Prizes 2, 3 JOHN E. BRODERICK Johnny 527 Baker Street School: B.L.S. Ambition: Business College: Univ. of Mass. Hobbies: Golf VICTOR B. BUTLER 36 Dwight Street School: Lincoln Junior High Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Dancing, Cars Lawrence Prize, Fidelity and Deportment; Swimming 4; Baseball 4; ANTHONY J. CAFANO Tony 104 George Street School: St. Patrick’s College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Football, Baseball Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; C.Y.O. Sports ANTHONY T. CAMPISI Skip 56 Dakota Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Springfield or U. of Mass. Hobbies: Skiing (Water and Snow) Guitar, Singing, Cars Basketball 1 ; Office Aides 1 ; Room Captain 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN P. CANTALUPO Johnny 60 Vallor Road School: Revere - East Boston College: Northeastern Hobbies: Swimming, Handball Track 2, 3 PHILIP W. CARNEY Phil 6 Horace Street School: Immaculate Conception Ambition: Meteorologist College: Northeastern Hobbies: Baseball, Swimming Lawrence Prize 3 WILLIAM D. CEURVELS Willy 180 O’Callaghan Way School: Cathedral High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Guns THOMAS F. CHIN 2 East Brookline Street School: Abraham Lincoln Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1 THE ENGLISH EDWARD W. COX 20 Dorr School: James Timilty Ambition: Marines Hobbies: Boating GERARD E. DALY Jerry 51 Burton Street School: Our Lady’s Newton Ambition : To stay single College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Bikes Baseball 1,2,3 THEODORE A. D’AMATO Teddy 16 Battery Street Ambition : Draftsman College: Northeastern Hobbies. Coins Lawrence Prize 3 Italian 2; Coin Club 3. 4; Soccer 4; ROBERT L. D’AMICO Bobby 1 1 Ford Street School: John Cheverus Ambition: To be a millionaire Hobbies: Cars. Pool, Billiards Honor Roll 1 ALAN S. DEITCHMAN Deitch 62 Brook Farm Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Entertainer College: Emerson College Hobbies: Sports, Country-Western Music Lawrence Prize. French 3, 3: Basketball 2 JOHN M. DEVOE Johnny 603 Harrison Avenue School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: To be successful College: None Hobbies: Basketball JOHN L. DIXON Johnny 2757 Washington Street School: W. E. Russell Ambition: To be successful College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports Basketball 2, 3; Hockey 2; Swimming 3: Junior Achievement 2, 3; Club 67; Baseball 2; Football 2, 3; Track 3 RICHARD L. DONOVAN Richie 79 Lawley Street School: Dearborn Ambition : Soldier College: None Hobbies: Sports, Cars Junior Achievement 3; Roxbury Prep Club 2 THOMAS B. DOWNEY T.B., Tom 1770 Dorchester Avenue School: Boston Latin Ambition: College College: Williams College Hobbies: Swimming, Bowling, Drawing, Reading Honor Roll 1; Weightlifting Club 3; Junior Achievement, M.Y.F..; Swimming 3; Football 3 THOMAS J. DOYLE 14 Hayes Road School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: To be successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Broad Jumping, Sports Honor Roll 1; Hockey 1, 2; Room Captain 1; Chug-a-lug; C.Y.O. ; Park League football and baseball; Baseball 1, 2; Football 1, 2 PAUL D. FEINBERG 321 Summit Avenue School: William Howard Taft Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Coins Honor Roll 1, 2; Library Aide; Jewish Com- munity Center ROBERT E. FEINBERG Bob 321 Summit Avenue School: W. H. Taft Jr. High Ambition : Biochemist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Math Club 4 ; Discussion Club 4 ; Science Club 4 DOUGLAS E. FERRIABOUGH Doug-o 12 Mills Street School: Rice Franklin Ambition: To be successful College: Northeastern University MICHAEL J. FINN Mike 55 Ellison Avenue School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: Artist Hobbies: Art, Cars, Swimming WILLIAM E. FITZGERALD Fitzy 26 Howe Street School: Boston Trade High Ambition: Success College: Boston State Hobbies: Cars 1821 Weasel HIGH SCHOOL THOMAS L. JACOBS 100 Monticello Avenue Ambition: To achieve honor Hobbies: Sports CHARLES A. FROST Charlie 333 Lamartine Street School: Technical H.S. Ambition: Musician College: Lowell State Hobbies: Gold-digging Junior Achievement 4; Boston School of Adult Education 4 (Classical Piano) ; Drum and Bugle, Boston Crusaders 4 LEON GESZDENC Leon 1 7 Greendale Road School: Technikum Budowlane Nr 1, Poland Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Singing PAUL L. JOYCE 1 7 Boston Street School: William E. Russell Honor Roll 1 THOMAS G. KEAVENEY Tommy 74 Carroll Street School: Our Lady of Assumption Ambition: Business Executive Hobbies: Cars LEO J. KENNEDY Leo 23 Romsey Street School: Cathedral High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Stamp and Coin Collecting Junior Achievement 3 ; FBLA WILLIAM J. GRIGISS Lucky 20 Robinwood Avenue School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Entertainer Hobbies: Play Drums in Band RONALD F. HENDERSON Hendy 26 Ambrose Street School: Dearborn Junior High Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk Law School Hobbies: Record Collecting Basketball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3 JOHN A. HILLEN Johnny 89 Everett Street School: Assumption Ambition: To be a Drafting Engineer Hobbies: Golf Office Aides 4 MELVIN E. HUBERT Hueby 8 Academy Court School: Lewis Jr. High School Ambition : Journalist College: Howard University Boys’ Club; Prep Club; Glee Club JOSEPH M. INDORATO 257 Border Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: CPA College: Bentley Honor Roll 3; Junior Achievement 3 MICHAEL J. KENNEDY Gripp-r 14 Halliday Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: School Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies Motorcycles, Cars, Hunting, Skydiving, Boat Racing Room Captain 3 WALTER T. KING Wally 230 Metropolitan Avenue School: Stoughton Junior High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Honor Roll 1 ; Patrol 2 MARK P. KLEINERMAN Klink 35 Clarkwood Street School: Boston Technical Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern Hobbies: Drums ALLEN J. KOTT Tonic 632 Morton Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Mechanic or Plumber Hobbies: Western History JAMES T. LANGDON JR. Jimmy 7 Cedar Park School: J. P. Timilty Ambition: Accountant College: Boston School of Business Education Hobbies: Guitar Junior Achievement 3, 4 MELVIN J. LeBLANC Mel 286 Princeton Street School: Joseph H. Barnes J.H.S. Ambition: To Join Military Forces College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Bowling Honor Roll 1 ; Boys Club ; Bowling Club 1967 WILLIE J. LESLEY Pee Wee 126 Devon Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Success College: A T Hobbies: Fishing, Basketball, Football, Baseball THE ENGLISH BURTON H. LEWIS Burt 18 Orkney Road School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Accountant College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Cars B.B.N.; J.C.C.; Basketball, F.B.L.A. JOSEPH C. LITVACK Joe 59 Almont Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Veterinarian College: Northeastern U. Hobbies: Cars JOHN N. LUONGO Johnny 15 Snowhill Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: Own a Business College: None Hobbies: Billiards, Sports CHARLES R. MADDEN Chick 1 7 Hartland Street School: South Boston High Ambition: Be Successful College: Bentley’s Hobbies: Boats, Motorcycles PAUL MAKEDON Mack 32 Howell Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Automotive Engineer College: Georgia Tech Hobbies: Repair Cars, Football Park League Football RUDOLPH B MANIFOLD 1486 Washington Street Ambition: Bookkeeper Hobbies: Basketball CARL J, MANNE 305 North Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: Undecided Hobbies: Painting LAWRENCE S. MAYO Botch 1 1 Wabeno Street School: Sherwin Junior High Ambition : Businessman College: Brandeis LJniversity Hobbies: Football. Horseback Riding. Records paul d. McLaughlin 3 Ledgebrooke Road School: Gate of Heaven Ambition: Attend College College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Sailing, Sky Diving, Skiing, Skindiving, Surfing, Cars Office Aides 1, 2; Swimming 2; Junior Achievement 3; Business Club 2; Crew Club 2; Drum and Bugle 1 CHARLES F. MONEYPENNY Charlie 439 Talbot Avenue School: Boston Latin Ambition: Attend College College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Football FREDERICK C. MOORE Freddy 41 Greenock Street School: Manuel High School, Denver, Colo. Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Singing BERNARD J. MULLEN Bernie 91 Savin Hill Avenue School: Grover Cleveland Junior High Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentley College of Accounting and Finance Hobbies: Football MICHAEL E MULLEN 10 Victory Road School: St. Ambrose Ambition: Undecided College: Boston State Hobbies: Boxing JOHN A. MURPHY JR Sonny 34 Abbotsford Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Successful Businessman College: University of Massachusetts Hobibes: Electronics Room Captain 2; Junior Achievement 3; Track 2 PAUL MURPHY Paul 79 Wensley Street School: Mary E. Curley Junior High Ambition: To Be Successful College: Undecided Hobbies: Cars RONALD S. MAYO Nunny 1 1 Wabeno Street School: Sherwin Junior High Ambition: I.B.M. Mechanic College: I.B.M. School Hobbies: Baseball. Ice Skating. Records Tony HIGH SCHOOL ANTHONY G. PUOPOLO 357 Hanover Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Mechanic Hobbies: Bowling Basketball : 2, 3, 4 VINCENT R. MUSTO 3 Baldwin Place School: Michelangelo Ambition: Buyer College: Bentley Hobbies: Football, Basketball RONALD J. MUSTONE 16 Sheafe Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: Join Marines College: Bentley Hobbies: Football, Basketball THOMAS V. NASSON 86 Glen Road School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition : None College: None Hobbies: None GREGORY E. NILES 42A Crawford Street School: O. W. Holmes Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentley Hobbies: Auto-Racing ANGELO PALERMO A1 67 Salem Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: I B M. Technician Hobbies: Sports. Music Soccer 3, 4 NICHOLAS J. PAPA Nicky 10 Henchman Street School: Michelangelo Ambition: College College: Newman Prep Hobbies: Sports LEONARD R PARIS 8 Tobin Court School: Maurice G. Tobin Ambition: Accountant Room Captain 1 ; Football 2 VINCENT S. PEPE 221 Everett Street School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition : History Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Basketball. Coins. Fishing 1967 ALPHONSO A. RAGO A1 50 Prince Street School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: Mechanic Hobbies: Automobiles, Bowling, Fishing TOMMIE J. REID Flash 19 Bean Court School: Dearborn Ambition: Professional Football Hobbies: Track, Swimming, Billiards, Football Club ’67; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 AARON R. RICHARDSON Ralph 8 Warner Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High School Ambition: To Be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Rock and Roll Band “The Tremelos,” Sports Baseball 3, 4; Football 2 JOHN C. ROBINSON Jackie 610 Columbus Avenue School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Mathematician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading Lawrence Prize 2; Junior Achievement 3 RICHARD C. ROBINSON Rich 3948 Washington Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: East Coast Aero Tech. Glee Club 3 JOHN F. ROGERS Jeff 266 East Ninth Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Skin Diving, Sailboat Racing CECIL G. SAUNDERS Tobe 70 W. Cottage Street School: Dearborn Ambition: To Be A Coach College: Springfield Hobbies: Athletics Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 4; Swimming 1, 2; E-67 Club; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3; Orchestra, Boston Jr. Symphony 1, 2; Drum and Bugle 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4 FRANK P. SCANZILLO Frank 70 Lawn Street School: Latin School Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Hunting and Fishing Red GEORGE J. SHEPPARD 661 South Street School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: Dentistry College: Tufts University Basketball 3,4; Swimming 4; Room Captain 3 EUGENE SMITH 24 Wyhoming Street School: Sherwin Ambition: Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: Music Room Athletic Councilor 2; Y.M.C.A. ; C.Y.O. ; Prep Club; Military Comm. 3; Basketball 3; Track 1 THOMAS J. SMITH Tom 2 Portnorfolk Street School: Abraham Lincoln J.H.S. Ambition: Service College: U. Mass. Hobibes: Sports RICHARD SOSNOWSKI 106 Buttonwood Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: To Join Air Force College: Northeastern Lawrence Prize 2; Coin Club 4; Baseball Honor Roll 1, 2; Soccer Team 2, 3, 4 RICHARD F. J3TEELE 1 7 Abbotsford Street School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Howard University Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Bowling, Ice Skating, Tennis Swimming 1; Glee Club 3, 4; Crew Team 1 ROBERT C. WALTON Bob 51 Ormand Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Opera Singer College: New England Conservatory of Music Hobbies: Singing, Cars Patrol 3, 4; Trick Drill 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; All-City Chorus 2, 3, 4; Soloist 2; Military Comm. 3, 4 GEORGE F. WILLIAMS 159 Eustis Street School: Dearborn Ambition: Good Job Hobbies: Sports Art Club 2 SCOTT S. WYLER Scotty 30 Evelyn Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Business College: Cambridge Business School Hobbies: Tennis, Basketball, Stamps ROBERT J. SWEENEY Bob 34 Gladeside Avenue School: St. Angela School Ambition: Politician College: State College Hobbies: Cars, Football Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 FRED I. SWEET Skip 9 Biltmore Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Phys. Ed. Teacher Hobbies: Body Building BERNARD G. TARPEY Roggo 372 Dudley Street School: Boston Trade Ambition: Phys. Ed. Teacher College: Bentley College Hobbies: Swimming Swimming, Co-Captain 4 PECO RP n4r.n1 yearbook MR. RUSSELL LANGLEY Faculty Advisor Well, here we are. Who else could it be. The 1967 Yearbook Staff has put together a book equalled by none. It’s that good. Here’s why — Steve Welch No. 1 (’nuff said) ; Steven Burman, assistant editor; and Dave Bernstein, associate editor. We have Bill Weeks (sports), Paul Hol- lum (biography editor), and Harvey Charter and Ken Price (photography). This staff deserves a lot of credit, working day and night, sacrificing lunches, and cutting classes to bring you the BEST. Take a look. Be proud — - this is your class, your school, and this is YOU. Our staff has worked particularly hard to make this year meaningful to all in our class. We put out the football program for the English-Latin football game and have incorporated a year of our lives into one book, a symbol of what English High School is to us! STEVEN A. BURMAN Assistant Editor STEPHEN W. WELCH Editor-in-Chief I vs LATIN GAME thanksgiving ' Day THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1966 10 A M HARVARD STADIUM SOUVENIR PROGRAM FIFTY CENTS The Glorious Staff — 67 Special Contributors Kenneth Price Jonathan Hurwitz Harvey Charter Richard Baker Kenneth Still Frank Williams Paul Lee Chin DAVID BERSTEIN Associate Editor PAUL HOLLUM Biography Editor LAWRENCE COLLINS Clubs WILLIAM WEEKS Sports SOth Annual Classic First Row (Left to Right) : P. Hollum, S. Burman, Mr. Russell Langley, (Ad- visor) S. Welch, W. Weeks. Second Row (Left to Right) : P. Crimmins, P. Chin, J. Hurwitz, M. Kallman, D. Pickering, D. Bernstein, M. Dempsey. Third Row (Left to Right) : R. Baker, L. Robinson, R. Henry, H. Charter, L. Collins, K. Price, (not shown F. Tarantino). Thanksgiving Day Program ART TEAM First Row (Left to Right) : T. Wong, S. Kunevich, Mr. Morris Greyser (Advisor), M. Espinola, F. Thom. Second Row (Left to Right) : N. Fellman, J. Bernatonis, P. Chin, R. Henry, J. Munzert, J. Vierra, W. Eng, H. Ffom. Third Row (Left to Right): J. Leland, A. Serino, C. Roy, J. Abbott, M. Fredberg, L. Wong, W. Weeks. Each year the Art Team has been called upon for many assignments. Utilizing many talents, the team prepares posters, signs, covers, and paintings. These ma- terials are used for school assemblies and Home and School functions. Other projects the team has undertaken are the production of home room signs, teacher’s name tags for open house, and cheerleaders horns. The aim of the team is to pro- mote the talents of young artists to a degree of perfection. With this, the Art Team hopes to use its talents for the betterment of the school. We would like to thank our adviser, Mr. Greyser, for his fine help. ■ a CHESS CLUB The purpose of the English High School Chess Club is to help students de- velop appreciation for the ancient game. It was also founded to form a Chess Team to play against other high schools from the Greater Boston area. This year, the club got off to a slow start as it lost its first two matches to Newton High and to Cambridge Latin School. The club and team should improve since each individual player is bound to improve as he gains more experience and knowledge of the game. Officers of the Chess Club are: Robert Cluett President Arthur Gordon Secretary-T reasurer Frank Martin Captain Mr. McGowan Faculty Adviser Seated (Left to Right Barker. T. Wong. B. Lew, Mr. McGowan (Moderator), F. Martin (Captain), R Standing (Left to Right) : T. Connors, F. Cullen, R. Codings, V. Rudis, K. Noseworthy M. Duban, P. Weinberg, J. McIntyre. DISCUSS First Row (Left to Right) : M. Roane, T. Cassidy, R. Yarosh, Mr. Creedon (Advisor). A. Vincent, D. Bernstein. Second Row (Left to Right) : J. Gilchrist, F. Williams, R. Prince, A. Gordon, S. Baum, J. Hurwitz, R. Majkut, P. Toohey. Third Row (Left to Right) : J. Thall, L. McLaughlin, R. Martel, J. Walsh, M. Thomas, P. McRae, M. Marinucci, J. Carras. OFFICERS Ueoffrey Stern President ndrew Vincent Secretary Mr. Creedon President Jeff Stern The Discussion Club meets every Monday under the direction of Mr. John Creedon. The club allows students to express their ideas on current politics and social affairs or any other topics of general interest. Its second function is to allow its members to represent the school at various conventions and gatherings. Several topics that have aroused much student interest are Censorship in American Life, the War in Viet Nam, and the Penal System. The club also pre- pares the annual United Nations trip to New York which is sponsored by the History Department. This year the club was able to attend a great many more gatherings due to the increased membership. As usual, the club will send representatives to the State Citizenship Conference at Boston State College, and the model U.N. of the World Affairs Council held annually at Boston College. Similar gatherings are being planned at Tufts, Harvard, and Brandeis, all of which members of the club will attend. First Row (Left to Right): S. Hurwitz, Y. Magrass, R. Feinberg, Mr. Creedon (Advisor), A. Vincent, J. McIntyre. Second Row (Left to Right) : C. Willoughby, M. Kallman, B. Sher, J. Coyne, G. Mahnke, J. Tardiew, M. Fredberg. Third Row (Left to Right) : L. Marshall, F. Sersanti, J. McCarthy, J. Viula, A. Nichols, S. Forman, P. Feinberg. COIN CLUB The purpose of the Coin Club is to allow the student to discuss the hobby of coin-collecting and to hold coin auctions. The club has been very successful for the past four years, mostly due to the fine cooperation of Mr. Irving Krutter, our faculty adviser. Topics at the meetings deal with all kinds of coins. At these meetings, the members discuss the value and history of coins. Students also pre- pare talks and exhibit their own collections. Much material is taken from the paper, Numistmatic News, and from other magazines and articles. Each year the members attend a local Coin Auction and Show held at a Boston hotel. OFFICERS Charles A. Del Dotto President Stanley Hurwitz Vice-President David J. Bernstein Secretary Mark Manski Treasurer Henry Horn Serge ant- at- Arms First Row (Left to Right) : H. Horn, M. Manski, S. Hurwitz, C. Del Dotto, D. Bernstein. Mr. Irving Krutter (Advisor). Second Row (Left to Right): P. Chin, D. Soo Hoo, J. Hurwitz, S. Gorewitz, L. Rosenberg, J. Duban, M. Pepe, A. Gordon, J. Sirot. Third Row (Left to Right): D. Yee, V. Rudis, J. Roach, J. Coyne, V. Page, A. Yee, P. Matt, R. Gee, M. Young, T. Fink. DRAMA CLUB First Row (Left to Right: G. Mahnke, C. Willoughby, W. McIntyre, Mr. Carignan (Ad- visor), P. Cook, F. Sersanti. Second Row (Left to Right) : B. Lautman, E. Holgate, G. Maynard, M. Doherty, Q. Wilkins, W. Weeks, F. Williams. Third Row (Left to Right) : A. Palder, R. Swierk, P. McKenna, M. Froilan, G. Foley. The purpose of the Drama Club is to provide its members with some ex- perience in the different aspects of the theater. Some of the members will receive experience in acting and stage work while others will gain experience in directing and producing. Mr. Carignan, our faculty adviser, is teaching us the most im- portant thing about drama, speaking before others. Soon we shall put on a play in room 303 and still another is being formulated. This club has shown the school it is interested in putting on serious plays for the benefit of the student body. i FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The F.B.L.A. gives its members a knowledge of what the business world is like and at the same time, it teaches them how to cope with the problems. Under the direction of Mr. Gustin, the club has planned trips to the General Motors plant in Framingham, and also plans to attend a con- vention at the Prudential Center. The club is looking forward to another fine year. OFFICERS Robert Heard President Charles Miles Vice-President John P. Murphy Secretary Frederick Portnoy Treasurer GLEE CLUB Seated (Left to Right): J. Lombardo, P, Cook, Mr. James Dougherty (Advisor), R. Martel, W. Weeks. Standing (Left to Right): S. Hurwitz, J. Thall, D. Pickering, J. O ' Rourke, S. Welch, G. Mahnke. The purpose of the English High School Glee Club is to give the performance of worthwhile music for the appreciation and enjoyment of both the performer and the audience. The development of a sense of dedication, and a suppression of self for the good of the group is also stressed. Also the development of an inner discipline through ensemble singing is an outward sign of spirit and ideal of the E.H.S. Glee Club, This past school year, the club under the direction of Mr. William Conlon, has represented the school at many functions. Our Glee Club has performed at most of the school assemblies and Home and School functions. Last winter they performed at WHDH-TV and were the guest chorus at the Boston Public Schools Science Fair Awards last spring. ITS ACADEMIC Seated (Left to Right): J. Lombardo, P. Cook, Mr. James Dougherty (Advisor), R. Martel, W. Weeks. Standing (Left to Right) : S. Hurwitz, J. Thall, D Pickering, J. O’Rourke, S. Welch, G. Mahnke. Early in November, English High was given the opportunity to participate in a television program consisting of inter-high school quiz competitions. A “brain team” of over twenty was selected to support English High, although only three would eventually emerge as the English High School team. Through exhausting eliminations, we came out with the top fifteen students in English High. Finally faculty advisor James Doherty picked three, three whom he thought most mutually supplementary. Amid much anxiety and tension, the morning of the taping finally arrived. The three team members, William Weeks, Richard Martel, and (a junior) Paul Cook, backed by alternates Geoffrey Stern, Joel Thall, and James O’Rourke, made ready to face Ashland High School and Matignon of Cambridge. Through a disastrous first few rounds, English looked as though a deep defeat would be her lot. But as the second half began English gained ground and at the end of regulation time was tied with Matignon. In the overtime, however, English answered a question falsely and Matig- non beat us by a scant twenty points. MATH CLUB The Math Club met every Wednesday morning during “B” Schedule this year under the guidance of Mr. Peter George. Accomplishments made by the club are the improvement cf the student’s fundamentals and the formation of a team that plays against other high schools in a league. Although the Math Team received a poor start this season, the members have not given up and are awaiting to play in more league competitions. The Math Club also helps students to achieve better scores and results on both school tests and the SAT’S. The club’s future now rests with the sophomore and junior boys who will make up the new club. These boys in turn will again compete against such schools as Boston Latin, Boston Tech, Brookline High, Newton High, Newton South, and many others. OFFICERS John Lombardo Spencer Forman Steven Burman . Steven Baum Yale Magrass ... President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Recording Secretary Captain First Row (Left to Right) : F. Sullivan, S. Baum, J. Lombardo, Mr. Peter George, (Advisor,) W. Weeks, S. Forman. Second Row (Left to Right) : P. Flynn, Y. Magrass, K. Ayube, R. Feinberg, J. Calderelli, R. Majkut, G. Mahnke, M. Manski. R. Bombardieri, P. Cerone, S. Burman, J. Viula. Third Row (Left to Right) : W. Johnson, R. Dunphy, R. Chin, C. Chin, J. Mackin, R. Ruscetti, D. Dallas, M. Fredberg, R. Brown, M. StaufL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 1966-67 First Row (Left to Right) : S. Hurwitz, F. Sersanti, J. Thall, Mr. Dileso (Advisor), R. Ruscetti, J. Lombardo. Second Row (Left to Right) : S. Welch, J. Hurwitz, M. Manski, A. Ferullo, E. Frazier, G. Mahnke, S. Keel, S. Burman, R. Barker, M. Kesner, D. Pickering, J. O’Rourke. Third Row (Left to Right) : M. Tenaglia, R. Frasca, W. Frankfurt, R. Martel, S. Camp- bell, M. Espinola, D. DiCarlo, A. Baker, W. Weeks, F. Cullen, C. Shearer, P. Cook, D. Dallas. The National Honor Society of English High School performs many important functions for the school and for the community. A Christmas party was held for the patients of the Children’s Hospi- tal last December. This program featured folk singing and the distribution of gifts to the chil- dren. At school, the National Honor Society has or- ganized a tutoring program open to all boys who desire help in any school subject. The Society would like to thank Mr. Dileso for his fine help in making the NHS a great success. OFFICERS Joel Thall President Robert Ruscetti Vice-President John Lombardo Secretary Frank Sersanti Treasurer Friends and Members of the N.H.S. at the Children’s Hospital (Photo Courtesy of the Boston Traveler) RECORD STAFF Sports , " Co a W 80 H years of publication ■50° £xcha» 3 eS Committees The Record has enabled all English High School boys to participate in the field of journal- ism since 1885. 1’he Record, unlike a school news- paper, stresses literature and poetry. However, sports and clubs are never left out from any edi- tion. This year the Record, under the Editorship of Geoffrey Stern, has been entered into the Columbia Scholastic Press Awards. o° First Row (Left to Right): S. Hurwitz, Mr. Paul Heins (Advisor), J. Stern (Editor), D. Martel, L. Marshall. Second Row (Left to Right) : C. Roy, S. Baum, Y. Magrass, Y. Lee. Third Row (Left to Right): P. Chin, S. Forman, H. Charter. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Yon G. Lee Physics Chairman Leo J. Orsi Biology Chairman John H. Hayden Rocketry Chairman Robert E. Feinberg Secretary The English High Science Club was formed to let the student acquire a better understanding in the field of science. Mr. Connolly and Mr. Murphy have donated much time and effort to carry out the aim of the club. This year the club has carried out many programs including the distribution of science projects, the showing of films, lectures on all parts of science, and experimentations on model rockets. The club’s biggest project and most well-known was the school trip to Boston’s Museum of Science. First Row (Left to Right): R. Chin, R. Feinberg, Mr. Murphy and Mr. Connolly (Ad- visors), J. Hayden. Second Row (Left to Right) : M. Espinola, S. Campbell, S. Ridge, V. Rudis, M. Lashua, Y. Lee, G. Mahnke, L. Orsi, W. Weeks, M. Fredberg, S. Forman. Third Row (Left to Right) : D. Lottero, L. Wilson, J. Vadala, J. Vierra, P. Cook, Y. Magrass, S. Burman, H. Charter. Hey . . . Einstein? E.H.S. Science Fair STAMP CLUB The English High School finally welcomed the formation of a Stamp Club this year. The new club is run almost in the same manner as the Coin Club. As a matter of fact, much talk took place in the beginning of the year as to whether or not the two clubs should be combined. The final answer was no and Mr. Mosher offered his services as Faculty Advisor. The club plans on attending stamp shows and forming a stamp library in the near future. At these meetings, the students are able to discuss and trade stamps among themselves. Much material is taken from stamp catalogs and magazines. OFFICERS Yale R. Magrass President Jonathan M. Hurwitz Vice-President Steven A. Burman Secretary-T reasurer First Row (Left to Right): M. Espinola, S. Burman, Mr. Edwin Mosher (Advisor), Y. Magrass, J. Hurwitz. Second Row (Left to Right) : H. Horn, P. Crimmins, J. Tardieu, R. Prince, J. Hayden, W. Weeks. Third Row (Left to Right) : A. Gordon, S. Campbell, F. Cullen, H. Charter, D. Bernstein. STUDENT] 50 YEARS OF i9id Senior Room Representatives First Row (Left to Right) : G. Renna, L. Lunetta, W. Weeks, R. Majkut, J. Gilchrist, D. Bernstein, C. Del Dotto, I. Mitchell. Second Row (Left to Right) : S. Saunders, A. Grover, J. Hurwitz, R. Stunzenas, M. Roane, P. Catarius, N. Knoff, J. Carras. OFFICERS James Gilchrist President Daniel Hurley Vice-President David J. Bernstein Charles A. Del Dott Secretaries Roman Majkut Treasurer The English High School Student Council, which was founded in 1917, is probably one of the oldest school organizations in existance today. The aim of the Student Council is to help the school and its student body. It also has the author- ity to represent the school at various conventions and exchanges. Meetings are held weekly in the Assembly Hall to discuss problems and gripes of the students. A suggestion box is always available into which any boy from the council may submit a suggestion. These suggestions are then acted upon by the Headmaster and Mr. Mosher, our Faculty Advisor. The Council is always notified of the decision. It was in this manner that the school was able to hold a Football Rally last November. In March we held our annual Student Exchange with Norton High School. On part I of the program, we visited their school, toured their town, and attended a Town Meeting. On part II of the exchange, their group visited our school, toured the Boston area, and attended a meeting of the City Council. Many thanks to Mr. Mosher for his fine help in making this years Student Council a big success. COUNCIL SCHOOL SERVICE Senior Athletic Captains ATHLETIC CAPTAIN OFFICERS Andrew Vincent President Stephen Handy Vice-President Paul Matt Allen Platt Secretaries Dennis Mastrulia Treasurer Student Exchange with Norton High School First Row (Left to Right) : S. Kostopoulos, T. Boyle, M. Dempsey, M. Thomas, D. Mastrolia, J. Flannery. Second Row (Left to Right) : H. Horn, S. Scippa, J. Hurley, L. Bingham, A. Vincent, S. Penta, J. Cusick, P. O’Malley. Thomas Cassidy Student Government Day Delegate DRILL TEAM THE DRILL TEAM Paul Chin Captain Robert C. Walton 1st Lieutenant Richard Kozar 1st Lieutenant Steven Kunevich 1st Lieutenant John Lee Color Guard Captain Again this past year, the Drill Team put on a great showing at the English- Latin Football Game at Harvard Stadium. The team also covers all the school assemblies and Home and School functions. A parking patrol was formed this year to keep unauthorized cars from entering the parking lot where the teachers park. Last winter the team represented the school at the Music Teachers Conven- tion at the Prudential. This year the Drill Team was awarded school sweaters for their fine work. Much thanks to Captain Fisher. “The Fearless Leader” At Harvard Stadium E.H.S. BAND SCHOOL BAND Raymond Stunzenas Robert Wachack Captains Harvey Charter Steven Cambell 1st Lieutenants The English High School Band, along with the Drill Team, participated in the Thanksgiving Day Football Game at Harvard Stadium. The Band put on a wonderful showing as it played our Alma Mater and other selections at half-time. Performances were also made at the Boston Common Christmas Festival along with the Glee Club. The Band would like to thank Mr. Peter Siragusa for his patience and fine help. OFFICE AIDES OFFICE AIDES The purpose of the office aides is to assist the regular office staff in perform- ing the many duties entailed in running an efficient school office. Mrs. Barbara Ferri, one of the school’s secretaries, is in charge of the large group of boys. These boys act as messengers, answer phones, file records, and greet visitors to the school. More important, is the knowledge the student learns about office procedure by- working in one. By performing these chores, more time is given to the regular office staff to do more important things. LIBRARY AIDES LIBRARY AIDES The function of the Library Aides is to help the Librarian maintain the school library. These aides help Mrs. Kelley file new books, which have to be marked and catalogued before they are put on the shelves. One can see how long it would take to perform this chore when a new shipment of books arrive. The boys also return books to their right shelves, and thus they receive valuable knowledge of how to run an efficient school library. UNITED NATIONS TRIP On Friday, November 25, a “small” group of fifty-four students and six mem- bers of the faculty embarked on the annual E.H.S. Trip to the United Nations The group consisted of 30 Seniors, 18 Juniors, and 6 Sophomores. We were to be carefully watched by the following members of the History Department: Messrs; Creedon, Doherty, Mosher, Sheridan, DiGirolamo, and Carignan. At 9:00 a.m. we boarded our special reserved car at South Station ready to begin our journey. We arrived at New York’s Grand Central Station at ap- proximately 1:20 p.m., and we immediately proceeded down 42nd Street to 1st Avenue; we finally made it to the U.N. Arriving at the building, we were split into six smaller groups headed by the teachers. Our guides then joined us and took us on an hour’s tour of the Security Council, Trusteeship Council, Social and Economic Council, and then to the General Assembly, where the tour ended. Later that afternoon, we met with Mr. Lin Mous Heng of the Republic of China A question and answer period followed his lecture. We then left the U.N. Building and headed for Mama Leone’s where we had reservations to eat our supper. Boy! Were we hungry! Because it took so long eating there, we had to arrange for a later train out of New York. Most of the boys hurried to call their parents to tell them that we wouldn’t arrive in Boston until 2:00 in the morn- ing. The general reaction of the group was, “Sir, can we do it again next week?” Mr. Lin Mous Heng THE MIGHTY BLUE AND BLUE THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD OF 1966 From Left to Right, Top Row: Dennis Clougherty, David Pickering, Man- agers; Donald Yee, Ronald Green, William Rahall, Phil Thompson, Rodney Burkes, Robert Aldridge, Paul Bussey, William Lehmann, Mike Browne, Joseph Hecchavarria, Joseph Zinck, Leonard Deveau, Managers. Middle Row: John Doherty, Asst. Coach; Larry Karalexis, Fran Rynne, Steve Jenkins, Greg Hayes, Tom Boyle, Paul Catarius, Robert Bombarderi, Tony Soressi, Tom Cassidy, Pat- rick J. Kins, Asst. Coach. Bottom Row: Joseph L. Malone, Head Master; Frank Williams, Floyd Priester, Bill Parkman, Bob MacDonald, Mike Thomas, Jack Cusick, Co-Captains; Bill MacDonald, Paul O’Malley, Jim Ricci, Peter Toohey, William J. Stewart, Head Coach. RECORD EHS — 6 SO. BOSTON— 6 (Jamboree) EHS— 24 B.C. HIGH— 0 EHS— 36 GROTON— 0 EHS— 42 TECH— 0 EHS— 27 CAMB. LATIN— 0 EHS— 0 CATH. MEM.— 0 EHS— 19 RINDGE— 6 EHS— 41 EAST BOSTON— 0 EHS— 20 LATIN— 18 Mr. King and Mr. Doherty UNDEFEATED Coach Bill Stewart ENGLISH VS B. C. HIGH In the first quarter English stunned the Eagles English moves in for the kill with two first play touchdowns. English recovered the ball on a fumble by the Eagles on the open- ing kick-off. On the first play, Mike Thomas sent Floyd Priester off tackle for 27 yards and a T.D. English kicked off and again recovered a B.C. fumble. On the first play, Mike Thomas threw a 30 yard pass to Floyd Priester, who gathered it in for another six points. In the second quarter, Mike Thomas ran 57 yards to a touchdown. It was a great run and Frank Williams threw a key block downfield. B.C. was forced to give up the ball once more, and English again had a drive going for them. The Blue and Blue drove down to the B.C. High one yard line. From there Mike Thomas took it over for his second touchdown of the day and a 24-0 lead for English. The second half saw English contain the Eagles and play a beautiful defensive game. There was no scoring during the last half, and the game ended with an English victory 24-0. The outstanding player of this game was Bill MacDonald, who played his best game of the season, intercepting one pass which led to an Eng- lish touchdown and making tackles all through the game. Also putting out great games were Mike Thomas, Bob MacDonald, Jack Cusick, Tom Boyle, Floyd Priester, and Jim Ricci. ENGLISH VS GROTON English followed up with a lop-sided win over the strong Groton football team. The Groton team was no match for the mighty Blue and Blue team. The game started, then after a few plays Mike Thomas scrambled 68 yards for the touch- down of the year. Jim Ricci also helped the Blue and Blue as he barrelled over the goal line for two conversions and a touchdown. The English defense continued to overwhelm the Groton at- tacks, and our offense rolled up more points on a run by Larry Karalexis and a tremendous catch by Frank Williams, who was triple-teamed. Tom Cassidy also kicked two extra points. Near the end of the fourth quarter, Phil Thompson picked off a Groton pass and scampered 42 yards to pay- dirt, to end the scoring spree for the mighty Blue and Blue. The final score was English 36, Groton 0. Excelling on defense were Bob and Bill Mac- Donald, Tom Boyle, Bill Parkman and Moose O’Malley. ENGLISH HIGH VS CAMBRIDGE LATIN Cambridge Latin felt the wrath of the Mighty E as they were trounced 27-0. The passing arm of Mike Thomas was in good condition as he passed for one T.D. and set up other scores with his pin-point accuracy. Floyd Priester had a good game as he crossed the goal line twice. Tom Cas- sidy also scored once on a great one-handed catch in the End Zone. He also kicked three conver- sions to add to his total number of points. The first quarter was all English, even though we did not score, but the Blue had a drive going on at the beginning of the second quarter. Floyd Priester took the ball over for the first score. Thomas soon followed when Bill MacDonald re- covered a Latin fumble. Mike made good on a 25 yard run. Tom Cassidy made the point after. The English wall stopped the Latin eleven once more and the offense took over the ball again. Floyd Priester again showed his stuff as he crash- ed through for six points. Tom Cassidy (Mr. Automatic) kicked the point after, and English led at the half time 20-0. There was no scoring in the third quarter. English, however, dominated the play and Tom Cassidy just missed on a field goal. The fourth Floyd — up and in quarter started off with the English line stopping the Cambridge attack and by this time, Cambridge was looking mighty beat. A few minutes before the end of the game, sure-shot Mike Thomas threw a bomb to Tom Cassidy, who made a tre- mendous one-handed catch. Tom then made the one point conversion and English had a 27-0 lead. The game ended with the same score and English still had a perfcet record : unbeaten, untied, un- scored upon. Standouts for the game were Tom Cassidy, Floyd Priester, Mike Thomas, Jack Cusick, Bill Parkman, Bob MacDonald, Larry Karalexis, and Steve Jenkins. TECH BURIED ALIVE Tech was crushed under a landslide of English scoring which mushroomed from a 6 point lead at the outset to a 42 point stretch at the finish. The double blue began its romp early in the first quarter with a touchdown by speedy Jim Ricci, and later Floyd Priester scored easily after En- glish recovered a clumsy Tech fumble on Tech’s five yard line. The tempo of the game picked up so fast that even some of the third team was able to play. In the beginning of the second quarter, Floyd Priester came through again on a 35 yard bomb by star quarterback Mike Thomas. After a slight setback in the third quarter on a couple of fum- bles and the loss of two touchdowns on penalties, English shot back with Jim Ricci receiving a touchdown pass from Mike Thomas and with Tom Cassidy kicking his first of four points-after in the game. Halfback Greg Hayes followed through with a touchdown, setting up Tom Cas- sidy for another point-after. Pete Touhey squel- ched any of Tech’s scoring hopes in this period by flattening Tech’s halfback in the end zone for a touchback. Priester — off on a galavant The only points scored in the last quarter were Fran Rynne’s 55 yard T.D. run and kicker Cas- sidy’s coupe de grace. Tremendous efforts were put in by Tackle Steve Jenkins, Frank Williams, Tom Cassidy and Peter Toohey and big Bob MacDonald. ENGLISH VS CATHOLIC MEMORIAL Finally it happened. The Blue and Blue was held to a zero, zero tie. Bad weather and field conditions hampered our running and passing game. Catholic Memorial came into the game with a strong offense and defense, really looking for a victor)’ or even a score against our mighty team. However, the Blue and Blue’s defense came through when we really needed them and varded off all the attempts of Catholic Memorial. Our offense also played good ball but just could not get those points on the score board. Fine per- formances were accredited to Mike Thomas, Jim Ricci, and Floyd Priester. Fumbles, however, kept the Double Blue from scoring and was the major factor in a zero to zero tie. Leading the big Blue and Blue defense were Paul O’Malley, Tom Boyle, Bill Parkman and the ever present MacDonalds incorporated. ENGLISH VS RINDGE TECH The English Eleven ran into an eager and fast Rindge Tech. The Rindge Tech defense stopped the Blue and Blue advances time after time. The Tech offense quickly opened the game when half- Mr . Automatic gets another one Thomas around the end T.D.! Big Mac! way into the first quarter, they had fourth down and twenty yards to go and sent in a tackle el- igible play and went all the way. Disbelief and dismay filled White Stadium as the Blue and Blue goal line was crossed for the first time all season. The Rindge Tech team continued to stop our of- fense, and almost went all the way on a recover- ed fumble. The second half started out in the same manner, with both teams playing hard and fierce. The English defense led by the two Mac- Donald brothers — Bob and Bill — Bill Park- man, Mike Thomas, and Jack Cusick contained the Rindge Tech speed and finally the tide began to turn in favor of English. Just before the third quarter ended, powerful back, Jim Ricci, set up an -E.H.S. touchdown with a great 70 yard run. A few plays later the score was tied. The English defense held the Tech assault once more and gave E.H.S. another chance at scoring. Again, Thomas led his team to the score and took the English lead for good. English scored once more before the game ended. The final score was English 19, Rindge Tech, 6. Mike Thomas led the team and was in com- mand all the time with his great passing and run- ning ability. Bob MacDonald and his brother Bill, together with Steve Jenkins, Moose O’Malley and Bill Parkman held the line for the Blue and Blue. Floyd Priester, Jim Ricci, Tom Cassidy and Frank Williams were the offensive players who stood out in the game. ENGLISH VS EAST BOSTON East Boston, looking for an upset over the mighty Blue and Blue, got buried under an av- alanche of forty-one points. East Boston won the toss and elected to receive. Larry Karalexis boom- ed the pigskin to East Boston’s five yard line. East Boston could not get anywhere and was forced to kick. English got the ball on East Boston’s 37 yard line. Priester ground out a first down against the weak East Boston line. Then Little Larry Karalexis, after doing some fine broken field running, got down to East Boston’s one yard line. On the next play, he went in for the touchdown and Tom Cassidy kicked the extra point. Then English kicked to East Boston, and they were thrown for four and twelve yard losses, and were forced to punt; but big Bob MacDonald blocked the kick and alert Paul O’Malley recov- ered it. Then Bob Aldridge burst through the East Boston line and gained eight yards before being hauled down. On the next play, Aldridge carried, but being too quick for any East Boston defender, got a touchdown. East Boston got the ball only to punt it back Up the middle over to English. Priester went 30 yards to set up a touchdown run by Mike Thomas. The two point conversion was good and at the end of the quarter the score was E.H.S., 21, E.B., 0. The second quarter was scoreless as English maintained complete domination of the ball. A touchdown by Jack Burns was called back be- cause of an offside penalty against English. The third quarter saw Mike Thomas sending Larry Karalexis for a thirty-three yard run and six points. In the last period, the English Blue drove down the field and were once again knocking on East Boston’s door. Key runs by Jim Ricci and Floyd Priester set up Mike Thomas’ second T.D. run of the game. The two point conversion was good and English led 28-0. The team from Nodler’s Island again received the ball, and could not budge the Blue and Blue forward wall of the MacDonalds, Cusick, etc. English had the ball on their own 42 when Phil Thompson sent Greg- ory Hayes all the way on a beautiful down and out pace pattern. The conversion was not made. East Boston was gievn one more chance to prove themselves against the Mighty English de- fense. East Boston was not up to it, and Jack Burns intercepted a desperation pass to end the game with English on top, 41-0. MacDonald, Jack Burns, Larry Karalexis, Mike Thomas, Steve Jenkins, and Jim Ricci were out- standing players in the game. Bob MacDonald looked like a good shot for All-Scholastic honors this year. His brother, Bill, and Mike Thomas seemed also to have good chances for this high achievement. ENGLISH VS LATIN The 80th Annual Classic of the oldest school- boy football rivalry in the nation was played be- fore a packed house of 27,000 fans at ancient Harvard Stadium. With the series deadlocked — 33 wins for both schools — along with 13 ties. Both the teams took to the field hoping thqy could bring home victory and go ahead in the series. Victory was not the only reward THE GAME would decide — the city championship was at stake ! First Half Latin won the toss and elected to receive. On the second offensive play from scrimmage, Latin’s Scotty Guild, on a power sweep, swept around the right side for a 68 yard touch down. This play completely shocked the English team and everyone in the stadium. English’s powerful de- fense stopped the conversion attempt. The Blue and Blue started to mount an offensive drive, but Mike Thomas — Jack Cusick Co-captains ENGLISH vs LATIN 80th ANNUAL CLASSIC poor blocking stymied our attack. The Blue and Blue punted to Latin, the punt was returned by the purple ' s Scotty Guild, who almost went all the way. The English defense started to bear down, but again Latin was not to be denied. Using their blockers effectively, the purple backs found holes in the English defense. On a delayed fake, halfback Frank Mucci, swept around the right side for a 36 yard touchdown run. The attempt for the conversion was blocked. It look- ed like a long afternoon for the Blue and Blue. First Period Score — Latin 12 - English 0 In the second period things started to click for the Blue and Blue. L T sing effective drive plays, mixed with inside traps, English moved towards the Latin goal line. Jim Ricci broke over left tackle, 20 yards to the Latin 6 yard line. Ricci again carried to the 1 yard line. Quarterback Mike Thomas sneaked over from the 1 yard line — it was our first score of the day. Thomas threw to halfback Floyd Priester for the 2 point conversion. Latin 12, English 8 Midway thru the 2nd period, Latin again started to drive, on a sweep around right end Lincoln Pope was dragged down from behind on a fine play by Frank Williams. Using an effective running game, the powerful English of- fense started to move, with an occasional pass to keep the Purple defense honest. The Blue and Blue scored, when fullback Jim Ricci burst across the Latin goal line. The conversion failed. English 14, Latin 12 Now trailing in the game, Latin took to the air, but could not connect w’ith their passes. With less than two minutes to go in the 1st half, QB SROU! Mike Thomas dropped back and fired a 78 yard touchdown pass to the end, Tom Cassidy, who made a good catch and avoided the Latin secon- dary. The conversion failed. At half-time — En- glish 20, Latin 12. Second Half The third period was a hard fought defensive struggle. The front line of the Blue and Blue, led by Bob and Bill MacDonald, with Moose O’Malley and Steve Jenkins, completely throttled any Latin advance. Surprisingly, the Latin de- fense was holding on. Each team knew that vic- tory was the only concern. Hurt by penalties, the English offense could not penetrate the Purple goal. Add to this, our fine signal caller, Mike Thomas, was slightly injured midway through the 3rd period, However, Thomas soon returned to direct the English eleven. As the 3rd period came to an end, everybody in the stadium knew that the game was far from over. Where did you say my girl is? English’s first tou chdown Latin attempt for a score. Co-captain Jack Cu- sick was playing a fine all around game, setting up the defenses that contained Latin. Then disbelief struck the Blue and Blue. Pur- ple halfback Pope, took a short screen pass, then seemed trapped, but with a sudden burst of speed reversed his field and swept down the sidelines for a T.D. English now led by only two points. Latin decided to try for the equalizer, again the call went to Pope. He bolted into the Blue and Blue line, but big Bob MacDonald responded, and with a tremendous crash, he threw back the Latin runner and the lead was preserved. As time was running out for Latin, the Blue and Blue used their strong running game ef- fectively. Forced with a fourth down, Mike Thomas punted deep into the Purple territory. Three minutes now remained. The Latin QB now took to the air and moved the ball across midfield; a few plays later, Latin was thirty yards away from the Blue and Blue goal. With first down, the Latin QB dropped back to pass; the English defense blitzed their entire line, Frank Williams got to the Purple QB first and with a bruising tackle forced him to fumble the ball, which was quickly recovered by Peter Toohey for the Blue and Blue. The clock was the only thing that now stood between victory and defeat. The Blue and Blue stuck to the ground, and as time ran out the 80th classic came to a memor- able finale. With this victory, the powerful En- glish eleven ended the season r undefeated End of 3rd Period — English 20, Latin 12 As the final period began, the Blue started to move towards the Purple goal, but fumbles soon foiled our attack. Latin could not seem to muster an assault as the Blue and Blue pushed back any THE A WSOME BLUE AND BLUE FRONT WALL CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to coach Bill Stewart and his assistants, Joe King and John Doherty, who did fine work in molding together a championship team. Also, con- gratulations to the team; especially Seniors: Bob and Bill MacDonald, co-captains Jack Cusick and Mike Thomas, tackles Steve Jenkins, Bob Bombarderi, Tony Sor- essi, and Moose O’Malley; Guards Bill Parkman and Tom Boyle; the Ends, Tom Cassidy, Pete Toohey, Frank Williams, and Fran Rynne; and to Backs, Floyd Priester, Don Yee, and Jim Ricci, who brought to our school one of the best teams ever. BASKETBALL First Row Coach Joe King, Reggie Bird. Capt. Ken Still. Jay Frazier, Ty Wallace, Faculty Manager John O’Bryant. Second Row Darrell Wells, Aaron Grant, Tom Taylor, Owen Wells, Asst. Coach Ed Burley. CITY CHAMPS ENGLISH 60, NORTH QUINCY 55 E.H.S. got a good taste of victory when it de- feated the Red Raiders from North Quincy. After the first half of the play, it didn’t look too good for E.H.S. 23, and North Quincy 30. The Blue and Blue finally caught them in the last quarter with a few minutes left to win the game. The fine scoring of Dennis Herndon and good de- fensive play of Kenneth Still made this an ex- cellent game to watch. Tyrone Wallace, Darrel Wells and Reginald Byrd should also be given a lot of credit. ENGLISH 62, NORTH QUINCY 64 It was a real heartbreaker when English lost to North Quincy, by a mere two points. The ab- sence of Darrel Wells and Tyrone Wallace was felt by the team. Dennis Herdon was high scorer with thirty points and Kenneth Still plus Owen Wells had eleven points. ENGLISH 79, DORCHESTER 75 English opened her City League schedule with a tight game against Dorchester, which w ' as un- predictable, as usual. After the first half of play it was E.H.S. 41, Dorchester 29. In the third and fourth quarters English found herself in trouble, as the Dorchester defense held her to 31 points. The Dorchester offense scored 46 points, which almost upset the Blue and Blue. Darrel Wells, high scorer of this game, had a grand total of 20 points. Not far behind were Dennis Hern- don with 19 points, and Tyrone Wallace with 18 points. ENGLISH 80, B.C. HIGH 60 The Eaglets from B.C. High stumped t he or- thodox playing of the Blue and Blue in the first quarter by their tight defense. English finally found a gap in their defense and started to catch up to them. By the first half, English managed to tie the score, 41 to 41. After a long discus- sion in the dressing room, the Blue and Blue came on the court prepared. The excellent defensive play of Captain Kenneth Still, who drew eleven fouls and scored twenty-six points, led the team to a sweeping victory. Loose ball! ENGLISH 69, TECHNICAL 55 The strong Technical team was shown to be weak, since the E.H.S. kept the lead all the way through the game. The “Big Five”, from English maintained a healthy lead at the half, with a score of 39 to 28, and finally won a tremendous victory by finishing 69 to 55. The outstanding playing of Tyrone Wallace, Kenneth Still, Regin- ald Byrd, and Dennis Herndon with 19, 17, 12, and 1 1 points respectively, won the game. This game was probably the first sign of a City League Championship for E.H.S. Ty with the rebound ENGLISH 100, TRADE 46 E.H.S. played one of her finest games, as she trounced all over the Trade defense. Reginald Byrd flew from basket to basket, and scored twenty-two points, the best game he had yet played. Dennis Herndon had three bad quarters, but finally came through in the last quarter by netting 14 points to give him a total of 26 points. The rest of the team gave a good display of fine basketball. won the game. The hero of this game was Regin- ald Byrd, who scored the last basket and had an overall of 16 points; and Dennis Herndon, who had 26 points. ENGLISH 80, DORCHESTER 53 Once again Dorchester gave English a fine vic- tory. As the whole team rallied to an easy score, wTich was doubtful at the half with E.H.S. 27 and Dorchester 26. The remaining tw’o quarters turned out to be a nightmare for the Dorchester team. The whole English team rallied w ' ith great confidence for a final win of 80 to 53. Captain Kenneth Still, with 22 points, led the way; Regin- ald Byrd had 20 points. ENGLISH 77, B.C. HIGH 46 Remembering the last game, B.C. High held a tight defense at the first half by keeping the score E.H.S. 28 and B.C. High 27. In the last two quarters B.C. went to pieces and gave a final score to English 77 to their 46. Kenneth Still and Reginald Byrd, two good defensive players, stole the ball three or four times each to make the lay-ups. This rasied the team’s hopes of com- peting in the State Basketball Tournament. You’ve got to go where? Darrell! ! ! Two points! ENGLISH 63, LATIN 61 The traditional game at the half way mark of the City League was a real thriller. As the Pur- ple held the lead throughout the game, the Blue and Blue knew that they were in for trouble and had a decisive battle on thei r hands. In the last quarter there was a tie score of 53 to 53, and this meant an overtime play. The first overtime didn’t accomplish anything as it was still tied 57 to 57. The last seconds of the second overtime were exciting, as the Blue and Blue scored and E.H.S. 64, TECH 72 Our only defeat in City League play was at the hands of a strong Tech team. Their shooting, led by Smith, turned the Blue and Blue tide back for the first time. English had four men in double figures. Kenny Still and Reggie Bird each had 16, with Dennis Herndon and Ty Wallace hiting for 1 1 and 10 points respectively. ENGLISH 82, LATIN 71 Latin again ran into a stone wall as they tried to topple the English five. Sharpshooting by Kenny Still and Dennis Herndon, teamed up with the defense of Regge Bird and Darrell Wells kept Latin in their place. All five starters scored in the doulble figures. This indicates the all-around ability of every player for the mighty E.H.S. I’m K-I-N-G of this court! E.H.S. 101, TRADE 79 For the second time this season, English poured in over 100 points against Trade. English could not seem to miss and with this decisive victory, wrapped up the City League Championship. English then aimed for the City-wide Champion- ship. Scramble!! TECH TOURNEY ENGLISH 72, WEYMOUTH 64 ENGLISH 75, BISHOP STANG 57 In the first game of the Tech tourney, English came on strong and trounced Bishop Stang soundly. The defensive maneuvers and the out- side shooting of the Blue and Blue were too much for the supposedly powerful B.S. It looked as if English would be the spoilers of the tourney. Quarter Finals The spoiler was at it again. The Blue and Blue toppled top-seeded Weymouth in one of the biggest upsets in tourney history. Our boys capitalized on Weymouth’s mistakes and had a hot hand. The high scorers for the Big E. were Ken Still, 22, Reggie Bird, 22, and Dennis Herndon, 15. ENGLISH 54, SOMERVILLE 64 (Semi-Finals) The last game saw a fighting English team go down to defeat before a strong Somerville. The breaks seemed to go against us and we never could get a sustained rally going. It was a heart breaker, but our boys still played great ball and kept all the English rooters on their feet. ENGLISH 71, HYDE PARK 76 City-wide Championship In this game, English could not seem to cope with the fast break of Hyde Park. The opening minutes of the game decided the game when Hyde Park roared off with a 20 to 3 lead. Eng- lish tried to catch up with a great last half but Hyde Park withstood the threat. Dennis Hern- don’s 26 points almost pulled it out. Dennis make it good RECORD EHS— 60 NORTH QUINCY- EHS— 64 NORTH QUINCY— 1 EHS— 79 DORCHESTER— 75 EHS— 80 B.C. HIGH— 60 EHS— 100 TRADE— 46 EHS— 69 TECH— 55 EHS— 63 LATIN— 61 EHS— 80 DORCHESTER— 53 EHS— 77 B.C. HIGH— 46 EHS— 64 TECH— 72 EHS— 82 LATIN— 71 EHS— 101 TRADE— 79 EHS— 79 J.F.— 68 EHS— 71 HYDE PARK— 76 EHS— 75 BISHOP STANG— 57 EHS— 72 WEYMOUTH— 64 EHS— 54 SOMERVILLE— 64 Congratulations to coach Joe King, Ed Burley, and all the members of the English High School Basketball Team for doing a great job and rep- resenting our school in the best tradition through- out the year. Kenny with the lay-up! Swish! ! SWIMMING First Row Dennis Imondi. Coach John Doherty. George Krasowski. Second Row Norman Richard. Frank Sullivan. Janies O’Rourke. Richie Hynes. 1966-67 SWIMMING SEASON The 1966-67 season was a most successful one for the Buie Blue mermen. This signaled the return of E.H.S. to the top of the aquatic ladder. English went undefeated in the Eastern Mass. League and set a new team point record in the Eastern Mass. Championship meet. Top point scorers for the team were senior co- captain Dennis Imondi; juniors Norman Richard and George Krasowski and freshman James Rich- ard. The team featured depth and flexibility, and fortunately, youth. It appears as though English will remain strong for the next few years. English High set two new records, finishing fourth in the state. Dennis Imondi set a record in the 100 card backstroke and the freestyle relay of Norman Richard, James Richard, eo-capt. Bernard Tar- pey, and Dennis Imondi shattered the old state record. Contributing strongly to the successful season were seniors, James O ' Rourke, (breaststroke). Frank Sullivan (freestyle), Neal Santangelo (manager), sophomores Mark Devin (diver). Mark Delano (freestyle), David Boudreau (free- style), Michael McMasters (all strokes), Thom- as Whelton (breaststroke), freshman Paul DufT (distance freestyle), John Bishop (butterfly) Joe Gallagher, (diving). We wish to extend our thanks to our coaches, Mr. John Doherty and Mr. Daniel Tarpey, for the dedication and inspiration which made the season a rewarding one. HOCKEY First Row Bob Sweeney, Chip Hoar, Fran Rynne, Mike Sullivan, Ken Chislom, John Glennoa Second Row Coach Bill Stewart, Bob Moriarty, K. Aducci, Bob Rahall, Paul O’Malley. Jay Dunn, J. Dowling, Walter Cusack, Tony Cumerford. E.H.S. 3, TRADE 0 In the opener of the 1967 hockey season, Eng- lish engulfed the men of Boston Trade 3-0. The game was close in the first period when E.H.S. scored only one goal. The second period came as a surprise to the skaters of E.H.S., because they were pressed by Trade in the first 4 minutes. Opening up for the rest of the period, the team scored only one goal. Good hustle by the whole team in the 3rd period gave way to another goal and a fine finish. Scorers for the Blue and Blue were Jay Dun, Rich Hart, and “Chip” Hoar. A good game was turned in by Mike Sullivan in the nets. E.H.S. 1, B.C.H. 4 Dismay hit the Blue and Blue as they faced potent BC High with seven ineligible players. Two of the starters were gone from the team plus much of the depth. In the opening period the BC team overwhelmed the Blue and Blue to the sound of three goals. The second period came as a surprise to the Eagles as the E.H.S. skaters came roaring back. A goal netted by Boy Sweeney cut the BC lead to two goals. The Blue and Blue went into the dressing room with the determined attitude of great selfpride. The crowd cheered the Blue and Blue as they came on the ice for the start of the 3rd period. Again as in the first period the Blue and Blue skaters seemed to go into a trance when the Eagles under- mined the spirit of the Blue and Blue and scored again in the first two minutes of the period. BC dominated the play and came out on top 4-1. E.H.S 0, TECH 2 E.H.S. coming from a loss to BGH was flying high for the game with the Technicians. The opening period was the best of the season for the Blue and Blue. The skaters really hustled and outplayed Tech. The scoreless period was stud- ded by many spectacular saves by goalie Mik Sullivan. In the second period the light went on for the Technicians. They overpowered the E.H.S. skaters and popped one in on Sully. Luck wasn’t with E.H.S. skaters because in the 3rd a Tech goal dribbled over Sullivan’s leg and weni this dropped the morale of the whole team. A hard fight in the second period, with goals by Glennon and Sweeney, put the Blue and Blue within reach and in fine spirit between the 2nd and 3rd periods. Coming out with a big head of steam, the E.H.S. was gased out as Bob Muse of B.C.H. scored on a 20 foot back-hander over Mike Sullivan’s shoulders. E.H.S. 1, TECH 4 Nothing could help the Blue and Blue skaters as they were down in the depths from the begin- ning. A quick goal by Tech put the mood of this sport into a sizzle. The Blue and Blue could not overcome the fast skating Technicians, and they looked very clumsy as Tech got two fast breaks resulting in one goal. The Blue and Blue came alive in the 3rd period, getting a quick goal on a 60 footer by John Glennon. Determination jay Dunn splits the defense Chisolm and Cusack double up Sully makes the save in. As understandable, Mike Sullivan stood out as he foiled the Tech attack time and time again. E.H.S. 6, DOT. 0 In this second meeting of the two schools, E.H.S. overwhelmed the Dorchester skaters with an intensified barrage of shots. “Chip” Hoar came through with five goals and with good effort by the whole team. The five goals by Hoar were the highest for him in his four year span at E.H.S. A good effort by Glennon and Hart kept the Dorchester skaters out of the Blue and Blue zone. Mike Sullivan turned in a fine job with the nets. E.H.S. 2, B.C.H. 4 The E.H.S. skaters could not overcome the three goal first period by the Eagles. The Eagles got three quickies on Sully from close in, and skaters fought a dramatic duel to a 1-1 tie on this vacation day game. The initial stanza started out at a slow pace and built up to a red hot fight at the end. Bob Sweeney and “Chip” Hoar played this whole first period without stopping. As the second started, the Purple was short a man in the penalty box and Jay E)unn came through with a goal for E.H.S. The two teams fought hard during the rest of the period, only to have Latin score with just 2 seconds left on the clock. Both teams came on with fight in their eyes at the start of the third period. Mike Sulli- van came through with some lucky saves and saved the game for the Blue and Blue. VVe would like to express our gratitude to coach Bill Stewart and to all the team members who put so much into the team this year. Though they didn’t have one of the best teams ever, they made up for it in determination, desire, and all around team spirit. gave Tech this win as they easi ly scored a nice play on which Sullivan had no chance. E.H.S. 0, TRADE 2 The Blue and Blue faced a gruelling defeat at the hands of the men from Trade. It was a hard-fought battle in the first period which ended in 0-0. Then came the terrible 2nd period in which E.H.S. skaters were literally outhustled by the usually slow Trade skaters. This hustle by Trade resulted in two goals as the period came to a close. A fight almost resulted, but order was quickly restored by the referees. E.H.S. was downhearted coming out on the ice for the 3rd period. The Trade goalie held the Blue and Blue to nothing in the 3rd as did Sullivan for E.H.S. The two goals by Trade in the second period were enough to give them a win over the Blue and Blue. E.H.S. 2, B.C.H. 3 The E.H.S. skaters came out with determina- tion in their eyes as this was the last meeting between the two teams. E.H.S. scored first on a pretty goal by Wally Cusack on a tip-in of a Glen- non shot. BC came up with a quick one that caught Sully down and out. The period also ended in a tie 2-2 as each team scored a goal. Sweeney netted a pretty goal to the right corner of the BC net. The Eagles also scored a goal in the 2nd period. The third period was hard- fought, and Blue and Blue Sullivan held ofT the attempts by the Eagles only to have them score with only a minute and a half left in the game. Fine goal tending by Sully and fine defense by Glennon stood out throughout the game. E.H.S. 1, LATIN 1 The Blue and Blue, and the Purple and White z: SOCCER (Picture courtesy of the Boston Globe) First Row (Left to Right): George Protasowicki, Argentina; Pasquale Puleo, Italy; Peter Skapriwsky, Germany; Bogdan Czoepinski, Poland; Anthony Dubrowski, Brazil; Jeff Shortwell, U.S.A. Second Row (Left to Right): Lino Mascio, Italy; Angelo Palermo, Italy; Chandan Roy, India; John Pereira, Portugal; Robt. Allen, Jamaica; Tom Gregorides, Greece. Third Row (Left to Right): Wayne Tam, Hong Kong; Joe Roach, St. Kitts, B.W.I. ; Don Holgate, Jamaica; Yaroslaw Suctty, Belgium; Ennis Rigaberto, Honduras, Central America; Richard Spagnolo, U.S.A. This year ' s Soccer Team, as in past years, had the international flavor of the boys who played the game in their native countries. The team won special recognition in the Boston Globe, and no wonder with a record of 12-0-1. Mr. Russell Langley is the coach, and these boys certainly poured all their enthusiasm into the sport. Those skeptics who believe the United Nations will never pull together apparently have never heard about the Boston English High School soccer team. There are 20 players on the English soccer squad winner of the Boston Soccer Open Cup, and only two are American-born lads. The other boys on the team — many of whom have been living in the United States for less than five years — represent the flags of many nations — Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Po- land, Belgium, Germany, India, Hong Kong, Honduras, Jamaica, British West Indies. But when it comes to soccer, they all talk the same language. This is underscored by the fact that Boston English’s informal team — the Boston school sys- tem plans to start a soccer program officially next season — has a composite record of 11-0-1 for its Fall and Spring schedules. While going undefeated through 12 games, English outscored the opposition, 59 goals to 1 1 Rivals included Latin, Wentworth, Common- wealth, UMass, Frosh-Sophomores, Tech, A scoreless tie with Wentworth, a team it defeated earlier in the Fall, 4-2, is the only blot on Eng- lish’s otherwise perfect record. And it just happens that John Pereria, the team captain who comes from Portugal, is top scorer for the second straight year. He booted in 21 goals in this, his senior year, and had 15 as a junior. He plays center forward. Pereria (5-8 135) is followed in the team scoring by left inside forward Angelo Palermo, Italy, with 14 goals and right inside forward Nick Hahalis, Greece, with 9. At the near conclusion of soccer play, English was coached on an informal non-salaried basis by Tom Davis, a Harvard student who had some pervious soccer background during private school days. A big assist also goes to Max Baldia, a former English soccer player, now enrolled at the Uni- versity of Massachusetts. Baldia helped to organ- ize English’s schedule. CROSS COUNTRY CROSS-COUNTRY 1966 Fall Season This year our Cross-Country team got off to a good start. We had what appeared to be a win- ning team and we were looking ahead to the en- suing season. With seniors such as the two Cooper brothers and John Sullivan, along with Bill Bu- siek back on the team, we felt pretty strong. Be- sides these seniors, there were many new boys who ran for the school and did quite well. As the team progressed, injuries and sickness took their toll on the team, but the runners’ spirits weren’t dampened. Nor were our boys’ spirits dampened as we lost all but one meet. The boys put up a good fight at every meet and no race was lost without the other team finding out that it had to use everything to win. At the City Meet and the Regional Meet our team took a third place by losing to Latin by just a couple of points. However, we made up for these losses at the State Meet in which all of our boys did quite well. Though the Cross-Country season wasn t what we hoped it would be, the team should be praised for the fine efforts it made in order to bring glory to our school. The seniors can leave the school with thoughts that they did their best to help the team for which they cared so much. INDOOR TRACK This season our team looked real good. We had many lettermen bark with us, and we had quite a number of new boys who seemed to be promising runners. Under the direction of Mr. DiOnisio, our new coach, everyone worked hard and we felt as though we could beat any rival we came up against at the meets. Unfortunately, a lack of boys competing in some field events set the team back in the meets and we had a hard time to grab any victories. To say nothing of the field events problem, there was the old problem of injuries that plagued the team. However, in spite of these two troublesome matters, it can be said that our boys put up a valiant fight to win each and even meet. Some of the seniors who were backing the team were the two Cooper brothers, Greg Hayes, our team captain, Jim Fripp, John Sullivan, and Bill Miceli. Other seniors on the team were Rob- ert Heard, Joe Burrell, Floyd Priester, Bill Busiek, and Vincent Smith. These boys and many others tried to make our team a winning team in all respects, but even though we didn ' t come out on top, we can still remember this group of young men who tried to bring honor and glory to our school. Bill Miceli James Fripp CREW Row, row, row your boat. Isn’t Crew a fun sport? A few blisters and calouses never hurt anyone! English wasn’t exactly in top form this year, but we gave quite a few teams some close races. SENIOR LETTERMEN Thomas Boyle, Jr. Anthony CaFano John Munzert — Capt. David Pickering Louis Russo graduation 1967 MHMBf graduation ORDER OF EXERCISES PROCESSIONAL “THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER” ADDRESS OF WELCOME — Michael F. Thomas President , Class of 1967 PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING We gather together To ask the Lord’s blessing He chastens and hastens His will to make known; The wicked oppressing Now cease them from distressing, Sing praises to His name — He forgets not His own. We all do extol Thee, Thou leader in battle And pray that Thou still Our Defender wilt be Let 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 body, and from the Classes of 1863, 1870, 1877, 1880, 1883, and from nearly every graduating class since the year 1883. AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS CLASS OF 1916 AWARD Steven A. Burman Dennis A. DiCarlo Mario E. Espinola Richard E. Frankfurt Edward J. Frazier John P. Lombardo Yale R. Magrass Richard F. Martel David E. Pickering, II Robert E. Ruscetti Andrew T. Vincent, Jr. $100.00 JOHN F. BURKE AWARD John P. Lombardo $100.00 CLASS OF 1917 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS WALTER F. DOWNEY SCHOLARSHIPS Marvin I. Fredberg $200.00 John C. Robinson 200.00 Larry Marshall 100.00 Walter R. Campbell 100.00 James Carras 100.00 Louis L. Lunetta 100.00 Charles F. van Rossum 100.00 James N. Fripp 100.00 CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL AWARD Clement F. Shearer $250.00 BENJAMIN SIMONS SCHOLARSHIP George H. Connors $100.00 CLASS OF 1914 AWARD Mario E. Espinola $100.00 CLASS OF 1925 SCHOLARSHIPS John P. Lombardo $100.00 Richard F. Martel 100.00 MELVIN A. SHIKES SCHOLARSHIP Alan D. Baker $100.00 NEWMAN SILBERT SCHOLARSHIP Edward J. Frazier $250.00 Steven A. Burman 250.00 Alan L. Grover $100.00 James L. Gilchrist 100.00 Dennis P. Imondi 100.00 LOUID F. MUSCO SCHOLARSHIP Francis J. Sersanti $100.00 BENJAMIN RICHMOND SCHOLARSHIP John T. Gover $100.00 CLASS OF 1934 AWARD Thomas J. Cassidy $100.00 CLASS OF 1895 Good Citizen Award Paul L. Chin $100.00 Kenneth H. Still 100.00 English Award Richard F. Martel $100.00 Geoffrey R. Stern 100.00 STANLEY GAY HYDE FITCH SCHOLARSHIP Dennis A. DiCarlo $200.00 WILLIAM BRACKETT SNOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP David E. Pickering, II $500.00 JOSEPH KAPLAN SCHOLARSHIP Joel J. Thall $500.00 ORDER OF EXERCISES Continued DAVID BURSTEIN SCHOLARSHIP Robert E. Ruscetti $300.00 MYER MOSKOW SCHOLARSHIP Robert J. Hoar $100.00 JAY I. MOSKOW SCHOLARSHIP Richard F. Martel $100.00 MOSKOW BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP Stanley M. Hurwitz $200.00 AMERICAN LEGION MEDAL AWARD Thomas J Murtagh CLARENCE WALKER BARRON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS Richard E. Frankfurt $100.00 Thomas P. Boyle, Jr. 100.00 JOHN BOUVE CLAPP PRIZE — CLASS OF 1873 Geoffrey R. Stern $100.00 CUSTOM PRIZES Michael F. Thomas $200.00 Geoffrey R Stern 200.00 Stephen W. Welch 200.00 CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS Stephen W. Campbell $100.00 Spencer Z. Forman 100.00 VINCENT P MORTON SCHOLARSHIP William J. Miceli $100.00 SIMON PEARL AWARD Thomas J. Murtagh $50.00 JACOB AND MARY POLE ' S " SCHOLARSHIP Robert R. Frasca $100.00 ALBERT H. WIGGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Frank A. Sullivan $100.00 Arthur M. Gordon 100.00 LAURENCE R ATWOOD CHEMISTRY SCHOLARSHIP John H. Hayden. Jr. $150.00 EDWARD F. BELL ALUMNI AWARD Jonathan M. Hurwitz $100.00 HAROLD I BROWN SCHOLARSHIP Daniel G. Dallas $100.00 MARTIN F. KANE AWARDS Monte S. Gross $50.00 Harry S. Snyder 50.00 John C. Hurley 50.00 George W. Mahnke 50.00 FRAZIER AWARDS Anthony J. Campisi $50.00 Richard A. Viera 50.00 John W. Munzert 50.00 Peter A. Toohey 50.00 Thomas J. Murtagh 50.00 Lester L. Bingham. Jr. 50.00 MI AH J. FALVEY AWARD Anthony V. Ferullo $100.00 ELLIOTT P. FRAZIER SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP James K. O Rourke $150.00 ARTHUR F. LEARY MATHEMATICS SCHOLARSHIP Yale R. Magrass $150.00 J CLIFFORD RONAN AWARD John P. Sullivan $100.00 CLINTON C. SCHEFFY SCHOLARSHIP John H. Leary $100.00 JOHN H. WARD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ronald A. Barker $150.00 GOULSTON SCHOLARSHIP Paul D. Feinberg $100.00 DR PHILIP E. MELTZER MEMORIAL AWARD Earl E. Johnson $100.00 William F. Weeks 100.00 PAUL A. MUZICHUK MEMORIAL AWARDS Alan J. Maciejewski $100.00 CPU LEO J. SULLIVAN MEMORIAL AWARD Steven C. Baum $100.00 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS John M. Canty Memorial Award Kenneth J. Ayube $100.00 Gerald F. Coughlin Memorial Award David J. Bernstein Col. Joseph McK. Driscoll Award Roy J. Lucas Arthur L. Evans Memorial Award Stefano S. Keel William Fishman Memorial Award James T. Nickerson ( harles F. Gleason Memorial Award Paul J. Pino. Jr. Joseph L. Kenney Award Frederick Portnoy Alfred B Kershaw Memorial Award Chandan Roy John F. McCarthy Memorial Award Leonard Shapiro Fred Miller Memorial Award Barry P. Winer Albert F. Reed Memorial Award James K. O ' Rourke CARL H. ADAMS MEMORIAL AWARD Richard Sosnowski $100.00 JAMES A. GOLDTH WAITE SCHOLARSHIP Michael R Sullivan $100.00 ROWE A. GLADWIN AWARD John J. Cusick $100.00 CLASS OF 1906 Todd L. Baker $100.00 CLASS OF 1913 AWARD Robert E. Feinberg $150.00 CLASS OF 1921 AWARD Robert J. Hoar $100.00 CLASS OF 1924 AWARD Edward I. Fistel $100.00 CLASS OF 1922 AWARD Leonard M. Szurgocinski $100.00 CLASS OF 1938 AWARD Daniel Ryan $100.00 PHILIP T. C. NG CLASS OF 1966 AWARD Henry Horn $100.00 CHARLES J FOX MEMORIAL AWARD Francis J. Rynne $100.00 TIMOTHY H. PUKT MEMORIAL AWARD Mark B. Kesner $100.00 COL. WILLIAM H. MEANIX AWARD Floyd W. Priestcr $100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 ORDER OF EXERCISES Concluded ADDITIONAL HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS Walter I. Chapman Memorial Award Robert F. Freeman $100.00 John J. Connolly Memorial Award Mario E. Espinola $100.00 Barnaby M. Hogan Memorial Award Yale R. Magrass $100.00 BERNARD LANDERS AWARD John C. Robinson $100.00 MONROE COHEN AWARD William F. Weeks $100.00 ESSAY THE NOBILITY OF WORK Stephen W. Welch, Class of 1967 CLASS SONG OF 1967 GLORIOUS THINGS OF THEE ARE SPOKEN (Haydn) Wondrous things of thee are spoken, Alma Mater, English High! Ties with thee will not be broken, Alma Mater, English High! Undefeated, all-victorious, Crowned with honors, English High, Raise thy banners proud and glorious, Waving blue against the sky. Thou who unto knowledge led us Through the years of carefree youth, Teach thy future sons to follow In the paths of light and truth. May thine honor be resplendent: Praises, fame and glory thine, May your spirit, so transcendent, With God’s grace forever shine! John Lombardo, Class of 1967 Richard Martel, Class of 1967 VALEDICTORY INSURING THE FUTURE Geoffrey R. Stern, Class of 1967 AWARD OF THE ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS Atty. John J. McDonough, Chairman, Boston School Committee “AMERICA” — The audience will stand and sing the first stanza RECESSIONAL PUHDY A Little Better 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 BOSTON, MASS. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL Official Photographer


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