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

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L - v , BOSTON HERALD WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 2005 A life filled and fulfilled in a Dorchester classroom STAFF PHOTO BY TED FITZGERALD LIFE LESSONS: Widow Susan Noonan recalls fondly the years her husband spent teach- ing — and tirelessly advocating for children — at Dorchester High. Susan Noonan tried .her host to make her husband understand the riches they shared were more than suffi- cient. “He often expressed con- cern over things he couldn’t give me, " she recalled. “And 1 would tell him, ' There ' s nothing I want that we don’t have; we have it all! ' We were rich in the things that money can ' t buy, the good things, the things that really matter. " A Chi- cago na- tive, the former Susan Tolf met Ed . Noonan when she came here to work in Boston’s medical com- munity. He was a Mission Hill guy whose heart’s de- sire was to be a teacher. “I think he could have done just about anything,” she said. " He was very tal- ented and had wonderful people skills. But teaching was all he ever wanted to do. He was meant to teach. " The day before their wed- ding in 1975 he bought the Marshfield home where Su- san still lives and where, for 30 years, she would come to know scores of kids she ' d never meet, kids whose cares and hopes he would share with her when he re- turned from classrooms in the city. “It was our main topic of conversation,” she recalled. " I knew them by their names. I knew how they were doing with their marks and what they were doing with their lives. Every Satur- day when we went shopping Ed would load up on snacks, then take them to school where he’d open his class- room early, letting the kids nibble while using com- puters. He loved doing that because it got them to school on time.” Noonan taught business skills to kids at Dorchester High. " A lot of his students weren’t bom in this coun- try,” Susan noted. “So he de- signed programs for them. He taught them how to man- age a checking account, how to properly use credit cards, how to pay bills, how to es- tablish a budget. One of his students helped her mother buy a house through what she learned in Ed’s class. " As the years rolled by they raised two sons of their own. “Ed made sure that we went out every Saturday night,” she remembers. “A really big time was a ham- burger and a beer, then play- ing whist with friends. And that’s the point I was always trying to make — the really good stuff isn’t fancy or ex- pensive. We always had fun, right to the very end.” Noonan was 54 when leu- kemia claimed his life 10 months ago. Though she thought she knew all of the classroom stories, Susan learned even more during the days sur- rounding his wake and fu- neral through whispered thanks and notes affixed to contributions for a scholar- ship in his name. " One man told me his son is now a policeman and re- called how Ed brought him to a rifle range where he learned to shoot a gun,” she marveled. " Someone else said, ‘I’ll never forget the kindness he showed when my mother died.’ I met kids whose lunches he bought every day. One of his stu- dents had a chance for a summer job but didn’t have the bus fare to go; Ed paid that bus fare all summer. “Another father sent a check following his son’s graduation, telling me, ‘If it wasn ' t for Mr. Noonan, my boy wouldn’t have made it. ' “It was really overwhelm- ing. Ed loved those kids.” Susan is now getting ready for another " overwhelming” moment. It ' ll take place to- morrow at 5 p.m. at the edu- cational complex that used to be known as Dorchester High. That’s when The Ed- ! ward G. Noonan Jr. Business j Academy will be formally dedicated. “When he looked back on his own education, Ed rea- lized just how much a teacher can mean to a kid, and that was the kind of teacher my husband wanted to be,” she said. “Short changed? Never. I was a teacher’s wife and nothing could have made me prouder.” Joe FITZGERALD Bush defends nominee to GOP’s doubters By TOM BAUM ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON — Presi- dent Bush pushed back against suggestions by some skeptical Republicans that Harriett Miers was not con- servative enough, insisting yesterday that his nominee to the Supreme Court shares his strict-constructionist views. " I know her heart,” Bush told a Rose Garden news conference. “Her philosophy v on ' t change. " Some commentators and activists — including Rush I imbaugh — have expressed disappointment with Bush’s selection of Miers, citing her lack of a judicial track record and complaining that Bush had passed over more promi- nent, proven conservatives. Bush suggested he would not release documents relat- ing to her work at the White House, saying it was “impor- tant that we maintain execu- live privilege, " even as Dem- ocrats demanded more information on her role in ad- ministration decisions. He urged Democrats to give her a chance to explain her views of the law and Constitution at her confirmation hearing. The Democratic National Committee, meanwhile, said information was needed on Miers’ role in forming poli- cies and decisions, including U.S. treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and in Iraq. " She’s a Bush loyalist, with little public record,” said Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, (D- Mass.) “The president should STRICTLY SPEAKING: Bush says Miers shares his strict- constructionist views. refrain from invoking execu- tive privilege and give the American people a full and fair look at (her) record.” In welcome news to the White House, Miers won the unqualified support of one of the Senate’s top conserva- tives, Orrin Hatch, (R-Utah). “A lot of my fellow conser- vatives are concerned, but they don ' t know her as I do,” said Hatch, a former chair- man of the Judiciary Commit- tee. “She’s going to basically do what the president thinks she should and that is be a strict constructionist.” The term refers to justices who believe their role is to decide cases based on a close reading of the Constitution rather than ranging mo widely in interpretation. Bush asked the Senah act by Thanksgiving. Bay State activists scan IP r background on abortion. By LAURA CRIMALDI Advocates on both sides of the abortion issue held their fire — and their prais? — on Supreme Court nomi- nee Harriet Miers, saying they wanted to krgiw more, but gay rights supporters ex- pressed cautious optimism about her nomination. " She’s been an integral member of the most anti- choice administration in modern history. The Ameri- can public deserves to know more about her judicial philo- sophy, " said Melissa Kogut, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts. As president of the Texas State Bar in the early 1990s, Miers urged the national American Bar Association to put the abortion issue to a referendum. At the time, ABA held a neutral stance on the issue; which Miers supported. " I would want to lmow if she knows if a child in utero is a human being from the moment of conception.” said Marie Sturgis, executive di- rector of Massachusetts Citi- zens for Life. In a statement, U.S. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) said Miers must eXj stitutjpnal interpn. ’’Without a mean change during the x tion hearings, there is i to know how Ms. views the Constitr whether she’s a strict . structionist in the mold Justices Scalia and Thoma or whether she will protect fundamental rights and liber- ties,” Kerry said. Miers also went on the rec- ord favoring equal civil rights for gays and lesbians during her successful 1989 bid for Dallas City Council. During the campaign, Miers filled out a Lesbian Gay Coali- tion questionnaire. She an- swered " Yes " to the survey question, “Do you believe that gay men and lesbians should have the same civil rights as non-gay men and women? " “We are pleased that it ap- pears Ms. Miers, like most Americans, believe that gays and lesbians are entitled to the equal rights under the law, " said Marty Rouse, cam- paign director for the gay- rights group MassEquality. The Associated Press contributed to this report. ■w STAFF PHOTO BY MIKE ADASKAVEG aORY? A Big Dig worker reads the Herald while on the clock yesterday. WAKEUP CALL FOR BIG DIG SNOOZE CREW Pol: Naps better nod continue By CASEY ROSS An irate congressman and outraged Big Dig overseers demanded immediate firings and stepped-up inspections of downtown work sites following a Herald investigation that found workers sleeping, reading and joyriding while collecting $49-an-hour pay- checks. “These (workers) should be fired and their supervisors should be fired, " U.S. Rep, Michael Capuano (D-Somerville) said yes- terday, “This project has had problems from Day One, This is the last thing they need, and they should know that. " Massachusetts Turnpike Authority offi- cials responsible for overall management of the $14.6 billion Big Dig promised a crack- down on contractors failing to police snoozing employees. Spokeswoman Mariel- len Bums said the agency is setting up a hotline so members of the public can call in their own complaints about Big Dig waste, inefficiency and sloth. A five-day Herald surveillance of work sites along Atlantic Avenue found rampant misconduct by high-paid heavy equipment operators, including napping, reading and sitting idle for hours at a time. In some cases, workers slept in full view of passing commuters whose tax dollars are paying their wages. ‘It’s shameful, " Turnpike Authority Vice Chairman Jordan Levy said. “We hired Bechtel (Parsons BrinckerhofD to oversee this and they ' ve done a lousy job. I’ve been talking about this for six years now and that it ' s continuing to happen is mind-boggling. " Levy and other top officials vowed to investigate work supervisors who failed to police employees on their work sites. The sites monitored by the Herald are managed by Modem Continental a cash-strapped contractor now under the managerial over- sight of Jay Cashman Inc. The workers on the sites are repairing a steam line damaged during prior construc- tion. Despite continual delays and missed deadlines on the project, little or no pro- gress was made during several days of the Herald’s surveillance. Modem Continental said yesterday it has contacted union officials and begun a for- mal investigation. A statement said: “Mod- em Continental does not and will not toler- ate this behavior. It does an injustice to all of our employees who do tremendous work every day. " Capuano said controversy surrounding shoddy management and construction blunders will only cause more problems for Massachusetts on Capitol Hill, where the Big Dig is an infamous example of govern- ment waste and abuse. “I can guarantee I will get more grief in Washington, " he said. Jon Carlisle of the state Executive Office of Transportation said, “This is a manage- ment issue. If workers aren ' t being directed to do the appropriate work on projects, then it boils down to a management issue.” .entral Artery dolts sleep on a pillow of your cash Don’t kill the job. Some hacks at the Pike claim to be shocked, shocked that Big Dig workers are sleeping on the job. But the pay- roll pa- triots at 10 Park don’t want to kill the job any more than the snoozing crane opera- tors, or the methadone-tak- ing truck drivers, or the state reps’ dads, or all the ex-con armored-car robbers from South Boston who’ve Howie CARR gone straight, sort of, on the Big Dig payroll. Fat Matt Amorello was so distraught when he saw the photo on the front page of the Herald yesterday that now he wants tollbooths on 1-495. Then he opened the paper and saw more sleep- ing workers and decided the state needs to toll 1-91 too. The Big Dig — look for the union label. You ' ve heard the old expression, “Your tax dol- lars at work.” Now you can see your tax dollars asleep. I’m sure the union mem- bers all had good excuses for their sloth: “I was up late last night at Trav’s time. " " Where does it say in the contract I got to be awake? " “Does this mean it’s too late for me to go out on a slip-and-fall? " “You can’t fire me — I’m a Democrat.” “But I know Sal DiMasi — I been to his house in Need- ham. " “Jeez, boss, I ' m all worn out from drivin’ out Route 2 to Devens to see Cashman every day.” That would be George Cashman, the gangster and former Massport board member who used to run Teamsters Local 25 and hang out with Paul Cellucci. Cashman now resides at the federal prison at Devens — former home of Jackie Bulger. The only thing that’s real- ly surprising about this lat- est batch of $49-an-hour layabouts is that they’ve be- come so brazen they are now taking naps out in the open, in broad daylight. The pinky-rings used to have the decency to go hide some- where before they dozed off. The Massport electricians who got fired had a little shed where they snoozed through their shifts. Remember when Whitey Bulger was somehow able to secure public-sector jobs for all of his cocaine dealers . . . so they could file for " disabi- lity " pensions? The cops ac- tually arrested one Bulger minion while he was sleeping — on the job — at the DPW yard on Frontage Road. Whitey’s drug dealer ap- parently wanted to get a good night ' s sleep before not showing up for his other no- show public job, at the MWRA, or maybe it was the Boston Housing Authority. So this is just more busi- ness as usual at the Big Dig. I have a large matted photo- graph in my office given to me by Jim “Boo Hoo” Kera- siotes. I used to ask the for- mer Big Dig boss why they needed so many cranes when they were never used. He finally sent me the pho- tograph, with the inscrip- tion, “Why aren’t any of these cranes moving?” That was 1997. The cranes still aren’t moving. And the price tag is up to $15 billion. But hey, this is why the tolls have to go up. If those of us who p ay the tolls for an unsafe road we never use aren’t willing to come up with $49 an hour to support these slugs, they’ll have to go on welfare — as if they aren’t there already. Meanwhile, I’m sure Fat Matt is “not a happy cus- tomer,” as he once put it after an earlier scandal So, as someone said yesterday, they’ll dig up a few more streets, after which the workers and a detail cop will stare into the hole for three or four months. Then they’ll fill the trenches back in and finally rearrange the orange barrels. And after a , few. months, they’ll dig up the: same streets again. Just don ' t kill the job. Hey Fat Matt, when’s the next ribbon-cutting? WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2005 BOSTON HERALD a , i W m ■ 3 [ff 3 c «. ® S ' 3 2 till mStf E8 S j8 a rt T3 . . rD l cfl 4 " “■ CD eg - 1 n s st 5 0 .. (teg ' ■O t« SCR X T pt fo 1-t o (. n CD ) O ‘8 g S 2 IS 3 C ?5 ' !t 3. it S: Home Cjoing Cefef ration for Cornefius Shine, % Sunrise December 18, 1951 Sunset March 25, 2012 ' Wednesday, fLjpri[ 4, 2012 Viewing 10:00 A.M. Service 11:00 A.M. J.(B. Johnson duneraC fCome 196 Warren Street Roxbury, MA 02119 Rev. Arthur T. Gerald, Officiating Obituary CorneCius Shine Jr. 1951 - 2012 Cornelius Shine Jr. was born in Boston, Ma, to Rosetta Shine and the late Cornelius Shine Sr., on December 1 8, 1951. Cornelius attended English High School, graduating from Shaw University in North Carolina. He obtained his Master Degree from Fitchburg State College in Special Needs. Cornelius became a teacher for the Boston Public Schools, teaching Special Education at the Madison Park High School, before his retirement. Cornelius also did Studio Productions for Roxbury’s BCN Cable Access Channel. Mr. Shine made his transition on Sunday, March 25, 201 2. He leaves to mourn and cherish his memories a loving mother Rosetta Shine, two brothers Ojinna Lansana, his wife Judith, Melvin Shine, his wife Pamela, two sisters Gloria Clifton , her husband David, Darlean Bell, her husband Tyrone, one niece Dawnikka Latoya Clifton and six nephews Xavier Clifton, Melvin Shine Jr., Solomon Lansana, Joshua, Michael and Isaiah Shine and a host of other family members and friends. Order of Service Processional Invocation Scripture Rev. Arthur T. Gerald Prayer Rev. Arthur T. Gerald Selection Acknowledgement Remarks 3 to 5 minutes, please Obituary Read in Silence Eulogy Rev. Arthur T. Gerald Viewing Recessional (Repass Twelfth Baptist Church 1 50 Warren Street Roxbury, MA 02119 (No Alcohol or Smoking, Please) s- €Htr Hotfo HtbeS! Interment Private A Fatten Lim6 A limb has fallen from the family tree, keep hearing a voice that says, 11 Grieve not for me Remember the best times, the laughter, the song. The good life I lived, while I was strong. Continue my heritage, I’m counting on you. Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through. My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest. Remembering all, how I truly was blessed. Continue traditions, no matter how small. Go on with your life, don’t worry about falls. I miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin. Until the time comes, we ' re together again. Acknowledgments The family wishes to thank you for your kind expressions of sympathy, prayers, thoughts, and acts of love during this difficult period. Your love and friendship has sustained us and will always be remembered. Thank You. All Donations iri Memory of Cornelius Shine, Jr. can be donated to the following: Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) 3025 Washington Street Boston, MA 02119 Arrangements (By: J.B. Johnson Funeral Home 196 Warren Street, Roxbur, MA 02119 617-445-8150 (n it ) foreword We, the Class of 1968, have within the pages of this book at- tempted to record the happenings of our final year at The English High School. We have also reviewed the events of our entire four year history here. It is our aim to make ourselves mindful of the great tradition of this school, and to give tribute to the men who have distinguished themselves while here. We are confident that these men, in later life, will contribute greatly to the growth of this country. To preserve all the emotions experienced here at one time or an- other would be an impossible task, for many of these were personal and individual feelings. That was not our objective. By means of words and pictures, both serious and humorous, our purpose was to mevely record those occurences which were shared by all of 11 s and which shall remain in our memories for a great many years to come. And, as we are recalling the past, we must look also to the fu- ture. In the years which are ahead of us, when we have occasion to glance through this volume, these very words and pictures will viv- idly come to life, offering us many pleasant recollections. Perhaps too, in time of anxiety and distress, this same book will offer us not only solace, but an incentive for greater achievements. In another aspect, by means of this book, we wish to express gratitude to the members of the faculty who have shared freely with us their wisdom, their friendship, and their maturity. 2 Contents . . . Faculty Page 11 Seniors Page 34 Activities Page 117 Athletics Page 138 English High . . . A Desire To Perfect . . . Excellent Faculty 4 . . . Development Of Thinkers Means . . . ( ' . A Look At The Future To Partake . Leadership The Head Master s Message To The Class Of 1968 As Head Master of the English High School, I welcome the opportuni- ty which the publication of the Yearbook of the Class of 1968 presents to extend the best wishes of the faculty, the student body, and the Alumni to the members of the graduating class. All of you are ready, we believe, to live a life of purposeful achievement in accordance with the finest tra- ditions of the Egnlish High School. As you go out into life, the ideas and ideals of your alma mater and the aim of every English High School boy to become a Man of Honor and Achievement through service to mankind has a special meaning and a greater significance because of the very urgency of these days of trial and turmoil which confront us all in a world darkened by war. These are days that are trying the spirit and heart of man to the ut- most. The world needs your youth, your strength, your thoughtful con- sideration, your steadfast purpose as never before for the long, hard, per- sistent effort that men of good will everywhere must make if our differ- ences are to be resolved and peace and good will are to triumph in the world in the years that lie ahead. May the spirit of English High, the spirit of brotherhood, help you to move toward the finest of all goals— peace on earth and good will to men in your future endeavors. May God bless your every effort for good. Head Master Joseph L. Malone Head Master 7 Assistant Head Master’s Message TO THE CLASS OF 1968 As Assistant Head Master at English High School for a year and a half, may I extend my congratulations and best wishes to the graduates of the Class of 1968. During the last few years you have travelled along the path of education, at- tempting many things; in some you have had success— in others failure, but from these honest efforts come the ideals and attitudes that will serve you through your lifetime. Most important in your formative years is the spirit and traditions of the English High School, with the mottoes of English High School ever fore- most in your minds. I am certain that each of you will be men of achievement and a credit to the family, community, and school you will always represent. I felt honored to have been a part of your educational career. May our paths cross again some day in the near future so that we can enjoy a few moments as former English High School men. FRANK G. POWER, JR. Head Master Charlestown High School 8 Introducing Mr. Edwin F. Butters Congratulations to the members of the Class of 1968. The education and training which you have received at the English High School will prove an excellent founda- tion for careers in business or the professions. You have an excellent start. With dedication of purpose and the willingness to do a little more than the job requires, you can reach your desired goal. To each of you, personally, go my sincere wishes for a happy and successful life in the years that lie ahead. 9 Dedication Mr. Russell Langley The Senior Class of 1968 pays tribute to and respectfully dedicates this Yearbook to Mr. Russell Langley, faculty advisor for the Yearbook. Mr. Langley came to English High School in 1957, and took over the Year- book in 1960. Besides having to put up with all the staffs he has had, Mr. Langley has always been helpful when any problem has arisen. His guid- ance has saved many a Yearbook and brought it out right-side-up and on time. 10 Faculty A school is no better than its faculty, and English High has probably one of the best in the country. Among its fac- ulty English has Yale, Dartmouth, and Harvard graduates. English High men should be proud of the school heritage and above all its faculty. English Department Whose English class is this? Mr. Thomas Eccles Seated: Messrs. Paul Heins. Thomas Eccles, John Yurewicz, William Adler. Standing: Messrs. Russell Langley, Peter Burns, Robert Dennehy, John Doherty, Richard Willits, Gerald Dechavne, Richard Burns, Paul Connell Who ' s he kidding? Shakespeare? . . . Never heard of him! History Department Mr. James Dohertv Which hand has the M M’s? Seated: Messrs. Herbert Kopins, James Doherty, Edward Mosher, Richard Ryan. Standing: Messrs. Anthony Dileso, Hugh Jenkins, Philip Lane, Robert Schroeger, Lawrence Foti, John Creedon. Mr. Herbert Kopins “T.S.” 13 Math Department Seated: Messrs. James Tierney, Charles Sharkey, William Themistocles, James Corscadden. Standing: Messrs. Joseph Sic-iliano, Ernest Green, Daniel Rosen, Eric Roy, Ross O ' Hanlev, Rob- ert Schroeger. Robert Russell. Mr. Charles Sharkey Dummv up! I see you. 14 Mr. Eben Rosenfield Science Department Seated: Mr. James Keaney, Miss Marjorie Neppel, Mr. Eben Rosenfield, Mr. James Mnllan Standing: Messrs. Philip Preston, Thomas Clougherty, Michael Porter, Joseph Yalmokas, Christo pher Lane, Richard Murphy, Michael Pearlman. L, ' ' ' r m Yech! Who lIKl Take seat Romance Language Department Seated: Mr. Frank Repetto, Miss Mary Burke, Mr. Eugene Di Girolamo, Mr. Herbert McCar- thy. Standing: Messrs. Joseph Yalmokas, Harold DeSantis, Michael Garber, Raymond Carignan. Miss Marv Burke I’ll sliver your liver. Les notes sont Kaput. 16 Latin— German Department Mr. Charles McCarthy Mr. Joseph Sheehan, Mr. Charles McCarthy, Mr. Francis Keadv, (not pictured). And Caesar and Cleopatra lived happily ever after. 17 Seated: Messrs. Peter Mullen, Irving Knitter, Louis Mazer, Benjamin Levenson. Standing: Messrs. Thomas Johnson, James Scalese, Charles Custin, Dennis Savosik, Daniel Tarpev, James Rowley, Charles McGowan, Wilfred Hynes. Mr. Louis Mazer Seated: Messrs. Morris Greyser, Carl Zidel. Standing: Messrs. Richard Guiney, Alan Butters, Robert Fisher, William Themistocles. Business Department Art Department i Mr. Morris Grevser 18 Health And Physical Education Messrs. William Duffy, Robert Fisher. William Stewart, Henry Dionisio, Patrick King. Guidance Department But that’s a girl’s school! Seated: Messrs. Paul Shea, Joseph Lapidus. Standing: Messrs. Kevin Bowers, Matthew Con- nors, John O’Bryant. 19 Driver Education Seated: Messrs. Irving Knitter, Kevin Bowers. Standing: Messrs. Donald Carbone, Carl Zidel. Office Staff Seated: Mrs. Barbara Ferri. Standing: Mrs. Mary Parlon, Mrs. Dorothy Geraghtv. 20 President Of Zke Class Of 196S Reginald Bird PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Today we are filled with mixed emotions: Joy and the accompanying sense of ful- fillment because we have achieved our first major goal— graduation, and sorrow be- cause we have to leave the dedicated instructors and close friends here at English High School. Graduation is a very serious turning point in our lives. Some of us will go on to institutions of higher learning; some of us will go directly into the world of business; and still others will serve and perhaps die, as many English High School men have done, for our country. No matter what each individual’s course may be after this, we all share this graduation dav. We have also reached an exciting time in our lives, when our bovhood is aban- doned, and we assume the many and great responsibilities of adulthood. Now, more than ever, we must be aware of these responsibilities and carry them out to the best of our ability. Though the road to success may be steep and the going over it rough, we gradu- ates, strengthened bv the training and education gained here at English High School shall have a great advantage over graduates of other high schools in that we shall possess a certain inner strength derived from the special spirit here at English High School. Reginald G. Bird 24 REGINALD BIRD President EUGENE MUZYKA Vice-President LEO ORSI Executive Committee FRANCIS CULLEN Secretary-Treasurer TED BICKOFF Executive Committee 25 Class Blue And Blue Prom Committee Seated: A. Orenstein, R. Coakley, T. Bickoff (chairman), M. Brockman, K. Adams. Standing: D. Levenson, C. Thomas, A. Platt, M. Browne. Social Committee Assembly Seated: V. Rudis, P. Cedrone, F. Cullen (chairman), J. Macken, M. Manski. Standing: S. Klein, S. Tremonte, A. Orenstein, A. Cusher, A. Nichols, J. Crana, J. Sirot. Seated: E. Culver, E. Muzyka (co-chairman), T. Bickoff (co-chairman), R. Bush. Standing: P. Matt, C. Simkins, A. Platt, P. Altomare. 26 Committees Yearbook Committee Committee Seated: R. Azzone, J. Connolly, K. Noves (chairman), B. Dovle, T. Engrain. Standing D. Spano, M. Scialdone, J. Abraham, A. Palder, 1. Picariello, P. Matt, B. Diaz. Alumni Committee Seated: E. Noonan, L. Orsi (co-chairman), Mr. Charles McCarthy, K Mu vka (co-chair man), A. Marrero. Standing: R. Burrell, | Coyne, C. Bickoff, J Finmara, Platt, ( Thomas, W. Lucas. Last Will And Testament 1968 We the Class of 1968, being of sound mind (?) and body (!), upon departing from these Gracious Chambers of English High School, do, on this 5th dav of June, Nine- teen Hundred and Sixty-Eight, bequeth the following to our survivors (if there be any): To Mr. Malone we leave a copy of “To Sir, With Love”. We leave Mr. Power as Head Master of Charlestown High School. To Mr. Eccles we leave a lifetime subscription to Mad Magazine. To Mr. Yalmokas we leave a blond wig (he might as well go all the way). We leave Mr. Creedon elated that the “rinky-dink Yearbook Staff " mentioned him. Mr. Mr. DiGirolamo we leave a “cultural vacuum”. To Mr. Sheridan we leave a “down button for his elevator shoes. We leave Mr. Langley crying over losing such a great Yearbook Staff. To Mr. Rosenfield we leave a good joke. To Mr. Corscadden we leave all the money we collected for the Yearbook and a first-class ticket to Acapulco. We leave a Superman suit to the only teacher who can use one. To Miss Neppal we leave one of Mr. Duffy’s Self-Defense Courses. We leave Mr. Sheehan and Mr. Charles McCarthy a “father image”. To Miss Burke we leave a language lab at the new English High School. We leave Mr. Mosher a new batch of “PAYSANS ”. We leave Mr. Stewart crying over his Thanksgiving Dinner. We leave Bernie Doyle at EHS. To Jack we leave . . . wait a minute, JACK WHO? To Robbie Ferris we leave 100 rolls of undeveloped film. We leave Ken Noves cutting Chemistry, as usual. To next year’s Yearbook Staff we leave a “Schnoz ”. To Abbott we leave Costello. To Alston we leave Brighton. To Branch we leave Twiggy. To the Brooks brothers we leave a suit. To Carr we leave the keys. To Ford we leave a Chevy. Kilrov was here. To Mann we leave a woman. To Re we leave do. To Sinatra we leave Mia. 28 A Look Into The Future Frank “Power-ful” Cullen joins the Dodge Rebellion. Norman Richard becomes a U.S. Olympic Swimming Star. We see the Yearbook Staff enjoying their vacation in Florida. Bernie Doyle passes English and graduates. We see Yon Lee in his newly-opened Pizza Shop. Daily exercises are brought back to EHS. We see the 1967 Yearbooks coming out in the Spring of 1972. Bird flies south. We see the new 14-floor, “cut-proof English High School being built on the site where the Prudential Building collapsed— two hundred years after it was built. Szymcyzck changes his name to Xlprdsnfkrj. We see Michael Jankelle still making suggestions to the Yearbook Staff. Bienvenido Antonio Diaz (the Pancho Villa of EHS) gets a “square”. The fall Record comes out on time in the spring. Goldstein tarnishes. We see the cafeteria workers dancing around the oven, singing “Ding, dong the witch is dead . Eugene Muzyka runs for Vice President of the United States— on the same ticket with Mickey Mouse. Robbie Ferris becomes the OFFICIAL English High School photographer. The U.N. Trip is held on the moon. The Seniors finally bring in their term-papers. The school week is shortened to four days. Ted Bickoff is elected Mayor of Boston. Alan Palder joins the Marines. Mike Picariello buys a camera. Alan Orenstein gets an award for telling his one-millionth “fantastic story . Leonard Mangone runs for City Councillor. 29 Class Annals Freshman Earlv in September of 1964, we the Class of 1 968 entered the English High School Freshman Annex, readv to start an experience we would never forget. Our first obstacle was out athletic-minded Head Master, Mr. Gillis. We soon became familiar with our Master-in-Charge and with the rest of the fine faculty there at the Annex. At the beginning of November, we received our report cards neatly typed by our bi-monthly friend, Mr. IBM. Then, at the end of the month, came our first major school event— THE ENGLISH-LATIN GAME. We overran the school across the street 18-12. 1964 marked the opening of the New York World’s Fair and the first anniversary of the death of John F. Kennedy. A space craft carrying three men was launched by the Soviet Union, and Soviet Premier Khrushchev was ousted. Also United States planes bombed North Vietnamese patrol boats. Nothing half as exciting as a year at English High School. In football, English secured a 6-2 record, only losing to Rindge Tech, and Boston Tech. With a 6-2-1 standing, it was evident that this was not the year for hockey. Our swimming team had a great year, as it became the first team in Eastern Mass, to win the title in the 18-year history of the state Meet. Prior to winning top honors on February 29th at U. of Mass., the Blue and Blue “Mermen” captured the Eastern Mass. Crown at Brookline on February 22nd. Before long our first year was over and we were looking forward (?) to going to the Main Building next year. EHS 18— Latin 12 30 There’s a joke in there somewhere. Keep holding, it’s got to last two more years. Tulip Brigade. EHS 12— Latin 24. Sophomore After having a fun-filled summer, we found that we would have to readjust once again to life at En- glish High, but this time to the mysteries of the Main Building. There were many fine aspects to the school, such as the modern facilities, the expert teachers, and the high academic standards. Our first real set-back came in November when we received our IBM report cards. Although we could no longer forge our marks, at least we weren’t confronted with technicolor grades anymore. 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 a score of 24-12. In the course of the year, the Fisher Body Divi- sion of General Motors conducted an assembly which we found quite informative and interesting. We were offered cash and other tempting prizes for building model cars on which we experimented with new ideas in automobile design. Before long, June came upon us and another year at EHS was over. We couldn ' t wait for the summer to be over so that we could come back again. 31 Junior We returned to English High School, after a glo- rious summer vacation, and entered our Junior year. This was the year to have fun— a last fling before taking on the responsibilities of being Seniors. Our Junior year brought Mr. Frank Power to us as our new Assistant Head Master, who took over for Mr. Devore when he left to become Head Master at Girls Latin School. At his opening assembly, Mr. Power gave a stirring and commanding speech, in- dicating that he was here for business and would tolerate no nonsense. This proved to be true, as he put his words into action and snapped up English High and set it on a new course. Many new rules benefitting both the students and the school were instituted and enforced by Mr. Power. In our Junior year, most of us took the PSAT’s and then the SAT’s in December or January, in which all of us broke 600, of course. Would you be- lieve 500? How about 400? This was also the year that we beat Latin in the 80th annual classic at Harvard Stadium by a score of 20-18. An army of painters invaded the school to try to give it a better appearance. In spite of what they had to work with, they did an excellent job re- painting the entire school. They even did the GYM. In April our school was evaluated bv over thirty representatives from many schools in Massachusetts 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. At the end of the year, orders were taken for class rings, which we would get when we came back in September. And so the Junior year passed; with three down and one to go. I.Q.N.E.D.T.SAT.ACH.N.M.S.Q.T. EHS 20— Latin 18. Of course I ' m your friend. 32 One, Two, Three— Stretch. that’s where he keeps it. What’s more fun than a football game? Senior Once again summer fun was over and we re- turned to English High School, but this time with the distinction of being members of the Senior Class. Soon after we came back to school, class elections began with many uproarious campaigns an d a hilarious assembly, in which the candidates stated their “qualifications” for office. When the smoke had cleared and the votes were tabulated, the winners were: Reginald Bird— President Eugene Muzyka— Vice President Francis Cullen— Secretary-Treasurer Leo Orsi— Executive Committee Ted Bickoff— Executive Committee Once the officers had been named, they started to tell us how much it was going to cost us to spend our Senior year here at English High. This year ev- eryone chose the special college that he wanted to go to and took the College Boards once again; of course everyone got into the college of his choice. We had a very bad winter this year, but only had two days off from school because of snow storms. With the changing of January to February came an- other change. Mr. Power, who had come to us not long ago, left us to become Head Master of Charles- town High School. A few weeks later, Mr. Edwin Butters joined us as the new Assistant Head Master. With everyone working on clubs, committees, and activities, our Senior year turned out to be quite an interesting one. In no time at all. May 15th was upon us and we were relieved of our duties as students. On June 5th, the Class of 1968 graduated from the oldest public high school in America— The English High School. WE SHALL NEVER FOR- GET OUR YEARS HERE AND ALL OUR EN- DEAVORS AS WE GO ON TO BECOME “MEN OF HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT”. 33 34 V ■y) I 4- ’sp— ts ex ' Te ' ' Y 1 L. u. AyL £Lz£ if V yjj Jr i ■ - JP 11 PM »M0HAP«K b» j V s lG »-l . — T " A » fV » . C x ApJ- 0 - errur (i- £ 1:0 a Av vT " Xj ) c 3 (J ' J p ' AiJrJc- A ' - -Jv 1 ' y ArU " ' r as I ft? i Ilf,;. !• ■ ] -} ■ ' - I T 14 3 K - 3 ± 1 €ffe 34 ? I: s- Ife .! 13 A ' A t yr.A O’ , Cua. l ' ■ ’ V KjJ « A I ijo-vov ' j J| ' £ ' ' W J d J7 lj sl ) P . f ¥ iAp A C rsjCJT i (at . faCcMlUp fii z YQ iJc A-iPr. 35 Our Merit age In 1820, the town of Boston felt that the time had arrived to supplement its secondary school system, which at that time consisted of only the Latin School. A subcommittee, consisting of cler- gy, merchants, and jurists, was appointed to con- sider the subject of providing advanced schooling for boys not pursuing a college career. This com- mittee presented a report which recommended the establishment of a school to be called the English Classical School (a title that was eventually changed permanently to the English High School in 1833) with admittance obtainable thru ' suitable examination. This committee further stated that the course should be spread over a period of three years, with subjects including English, Math, and Natural Philosophy. The school was opened in a building on Derne Street (in the rear of the State House, the site now commenorated by a plaque, gift of the class of 1874) in the year 1821. George Barrold Emer- son, a famous New England educator and botanist, was appointed the first Head Master. Mr. Emerson served until 1823, resigning at that time to open a fashionable academy for girls. Shortly after the appointment of Solomon P. Miles as Head Master, the school was moved from Derne to Pickney Street where it remained until 1844. Mr. Miles retired because of ill health in 1837 and was succeeded by Thomas Sherwin, a master in the school since 1829. Mr. Sherwin, a great and beloved Head Master, and a famous au- thor of math test-books, presided over the school until his death at the age of 70 in 1869. During his regime such famous men as J. P. Morgan, the great financier, and Samuel P. Langley, inventor of the airplane engine, were graduated from the school. In 1844, the English High School was moved to a building on Bedford Street, which was also to house the Latin School. There the school remained until 1881 when English was moved to an elabo- rate new building on Montgomery Street, a building regarded in its time as one of the finest educational edifices in the country. Mr. Cumston, a master in the school for over 20 years, was appointed Head Master at Sherwin’s death. He continued in this post until 1874, when he retired to pursue a business career. Edwin Pliny Seaver, an instructor of mathematics at Har- vard, was his successor, resigning in 1881 to ac- cept the position of Superintendent of Schools in Boston, the second teacher at English High to be honored so,— John D. Philbrick having held the position previou sly. Francis A. Waterhouse, a graduate of Bowdoin and Head Master of Newton High School, was his successor, continuing in that office until his untimely death in Europe, while on leave of absence in 1894. Mr. Robert Babson, a teacher of German since 1864, was appointed his successor. Mr. Babson retired because of ill health in 1901; it was during his time that the system of de- partmental heads was established. Mr. John F. Casey, his successor, had been a teacher of mathe- matics in the school since 1872 and was held in the greatest esteem by the alumni and student body. Mr. Casey retired reluctantly in 1915, be- cause of the age limit and was succeeded by Wil- liam B. Snow, then head of the French Depart- ment. During Mr. Snow’s regime, the English High School celebrated its centenary. In 1922, the School Committee elected Mr. Snow Assistant Su- perintendent of Boston public schools, whereupon he was succeeded bv Mr. Walter P. Downey, who had been a teacher of mathematics in the school for 12 years. On Mr. Downey’s retirement in 1954, Mr. Hen- ry Melnerney was named Head Master. It was in Mr. Melnerney s time that English High School moved from the old building on Montgomery Street to the High School of Commerce building on Avenue Louis Pasteur. Since the appointment of Mr. Joseph L. Malone as Head Master in 1956, many new honors have been brought to the school. PETER J. ALTOMARE 123 Needham Road Hyde Park Ambition: Teaching Social Studies College: Boston State Hobbies: Traveling, Reading, Writing Activities: Assembly Committee 4. JOHN LOUIS ABBOT 14 Morrill Street Dorchester Ambition: Undecided College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Swimming, CYO Activities: Record Staff 4; Crew 3, 4; Art Team, 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Dep. Lawrence Prize 2; |r. Achievement 3. HERBERT A. ABRAMSON 97 Spring Street West Roxbury Ambition: Politician College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, Coin Collect- ing, Wrestling, Red Cross Activities: Honor Roll 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4. KARL A. ADAMS 35 Long Avenue Allston Ambition: Merchant Marine College: Kings Point, Massachu- setts Marine Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Weight-lifting Activities: Crew 3, 4; Room Councillor 2; Theater 4; Prom Committee 4. ROBERT J. ALDRIDGE 10 Boynton Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Undecided Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Swim- ming, Baseball Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY E. ALSTON 505 Blue Hill Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Business Lawyer College: Syracuse University Hobbies: Basketball, Football Activities: Jr. Achievement 3. JOSEPH T. ABRAHAM 263 Shawmut Avenue South End Ambition: To be Successful College: University of New Hampshire Hobbies: Swimming, Skiing, Fish- ing and Weight-lifting Activities: Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Track 1; Room Councillor 4. ANDREW J. AMATO 127 Paris Street East Boston Ambition: Marine Biologist College: University of Massa chusetts Hobbies: Swimming, Football Guitar Activities: J.E.T.S. 4. EDWARD R. AMBROSE 3966 Washington Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Chemical Scientist College: Columbia University Hobbies: Skiing, Sailing, Sports cars Activities: Record Staff 4: Hockey 4; Crew 2, 3; Room Captain 2; Aids: Nurse 4; Office 3; Cafete- ria 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4, ANDREW S. ANZALONE 107 Chelsea Street East Boston Ambition: Engineer College: Lowell Tech. Hobbies: Cars Activities: Crew 2, 3, 4; J.E.T.S. 4. MARK J. ARONOVITZ 53 Hazelton Street Mattapan Ambition: Veterinarian College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Cars, Football, Stamp and Coin Collecting, Bowling Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Team: Math 2, 3. JOSEPH F. AUCOIN 76 Raymond Street Allston Ambition : Broadcaster College: Boston State Hobbies: Hockey and Basketball. WILLIAM G. AUSTIN 78 Harbor View Street Dorchester Ambition: Law— Journalism College: Boston University Hobbies: Car Repair, Record Col- lecting, Target Shooting Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Record Staff 4; Room Captain 2, 4; Office Aid 4; Biology Club 4; Science Club 4; Glee Club 2, 4; All-City Chorus 2, 4; National Honor Society 4. DIDYMUS J. AYLWARD 2 Linwood Street Roxbury Ambition: Musician College: New England Conser- vatory Hobbies: Sailing. KENNETH R. BARRETT 38 Stanton Street Dorchester Ambition: Helicopter Pilot College: None Hobbies: Cars. STEVEN D. BASSETT 1A Moultrie Street Dorchester Ambition: Electronics Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Scuba Diving, Working on Cars. RONALD P. AZZONE 621 East Third Street South Boston Ambition: Stock Broker College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Playing Guitar, Swim- ming, Coin Stamp Collecting, Billiards Activities: Yearbook Staff Sports Editor 4; Crew 2, 3, 4 Letter- man; Yearbook Committee 4; Editor EHS— BLS Thanksgiving Program 4. FREDERICK D. BAGLEY 670 Bennington Street East Boston Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachu- setts Hobbies: Skiing, Baseball, Placing Drums Activities: Honor Roll 1; Record Staff 4; Baseball 4. FRANCIS J. BALL 14 Holbrook Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Chemist College: University of Maine at Portland Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Ice Skating Activities: Record Staff 4; Science Club 1. JAMES J. BARRETT JR. 10 Sumner Terrace Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Football, Bowling, Driving. JAMES W. BARRETT 38 Stanton Street Dorchester Ambition: Helicopter Pilot College: None Hobbies: Cars. V ROSS G. BATTAGLIA 84 Havre Street East Boston Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Music, Coin Collecting, Auto Mechanics Activities: Band 2, 3; Crew 2; Office Aid 4. PETER J. BELOCAS 6 Everett Street East Boston Ambition: Pilot College: University of Southern California Hobbies: Skiing, Dancing, Football Activities: Football Manager 4. PHILIP G. BENNETT 33 Athelwood Street Dorchester Ambition: Mathematics Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Red Cross Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Foot- ball 3, 4; Room Captain Presi- dent 4. STEPHEN M. BICCHIERI 14 Cooper Street North End Ambition: History Teacher College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Skiing, Track Activities: Honor Roll 1; Room Captain 1. GERALD P. BICKOFF 28 Colborne Road Brighton Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling Activities: Track 2; Office Aid 3, 4. PHILLIP B. BICHAMSAWAUGE 8 Columbus Square Back Bay Ambition: Certified Public Ac- countant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Bowling, Golf Activities: Honor Roll 1; Room Councillor 2; Office Aid 3, 4. TED A. BICKOFF 34 Ormond Street Mattapan Ambition: Law Enforcement College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Skating, Football, Bowling Activities: Soccer 2, 3; Senior Class Exec. Comm. 4; Room Captain 3; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Boston Delegate to ROJAC in Atlantic City, N.J.; Jr. Executive Award; Vice-President of the year; Edi- tor of the Jr. Achievement Newspaper; Physics Lab. Asst. 3, 4; Prom Comm. 4, Chairman; Audio-visual assistant 3, 4; A.Z.A. Bnai Brith 3; J.V.A. Brotherhood Award 4; Assembly Committee 4. REGINALD G. BIRD 74 West Cedar Street Boston Ambition: English Teacher College: Dartmouth College Hobbies: Basketball Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Rec- ord Staff 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Senior Class Officer, President 4; Room Councillor 1, 4; Prom Committee 4. CARROLL VV. BLAKE 71 Clifford Street Roxbury Ambition: Medical Technologist College: Medical College of Virginia Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Track, Bowling Activities: Honor Roll 1, Record Staff 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3; Office Aid 2, 3, JAMES J. BOLER 4 35 Cunningham Street Dorchester Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Art, Skiing Activities: Record Staff 4; Track 4; Crew 1; Room Captain 1; Jr. Achievement 3; Office Aid 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4. NATHAN BORNSTEIN 25 Almont Street Mattapan Ambition: Communications College: Northeastern Broadcast- ing School Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling, Reading. SARKIS BOURMAIAN 1991 Columbus Avenue Roxbury Ambition: Biology Researcher College: Tufts College Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3; Room Captain 3; Office Aid 3, 4. KENNETH J. BOUZAN 625 West Park Street Dorchester Ambition: Engineer College: None Hobbies: Baseball Activities: Baseball 3, 4. STEPHEN A. BOWDEN 49 Norfolk Street Roxbury Ambition: Architect or Designer College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Piano, Woodwork, Art. GERALD F. BOWEN 95 Brooks Street Brighton Ambition: Journalism College: Boston College Hobbies: Hockey. Football. Tennis Activities: Track 1, 2. JOSEPH D. BOWMAN 151 Boylston Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Computer Operator College: Northeastern University Ilobhies: Bowling, Chess. MARTIN F. BOYLE 24 Rector Road Mattapan Ambition: Engineer Hobbies: Hunting, Surfing, Fish- ing, Swimming, Tennis Activities: Crew 3, 4: Room Councillor 2. RALPH M. BRADLEY 41 Pearl Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Football, Model Car Building Activities: Social Committee 4. WILLIAM E. BRANCH 19 Montpelier Road Dorchester Ambition: IBM College: None Hobbies: Basketball. Baseball, Soc- cer, Swimming. ROBERT L. BRAYBOY 10 Rockland Avenue Roxbury Ambition: Doctor of Medicine College: Tufts Hobbies: Sports, Music, Sailing, T rack Activities: Honor Roll L Track 1, 2; Room Captain 4; Room Councillor L Office aid 4; Libra- ry Aid 4; Chess Team 2; Science 1. 4. MARC R. BROCKMAN 72 Ormond Street Mattapan Ambition: Pharmacist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Reading Activities: Prom Committee. THOMAS BROOKS 151 Stanwood Street Dorchester Ambition: Recording Engineer Hobbies: Swimming. ERNEST A. BROWN 162 Harvard Street Dorchester Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Art, Baseball, Cars Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3. ROBERT A. BROWN 5 Mark Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Crew 3; Room Councillor 3; Math Club 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL D. BROWNE 224 Faywood Avenue East Boston Ambition: Teacher or Coach College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Activities: Honor Roll 1; Baseball 2; Football 2, 3, 4: Crew 1; Room Councillor 2; Debating Team 1; Prom Committee 4. CHRISTOPHER BULC.ARIS 6 Chestnut Terrace Jamaica Plain Ambition: Computer Technician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Music, Chess. RICHARD K. BURRELL 29 Worthington Street Roxbury Ambition: Electronics College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Skating, Basket- ball, Chess Activities: Office Aid 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Alumni Com- mittee 4. DAVID J BURROWS 75 Gladeside Avenue Mattapan Ambition: Military Career Hobbies: Cars, Swimming, Stamp Collecting Activities: Office Aid 3. 4. ANTONIO B. CARDOZO 208 Harold Street Roxbury Ambition: Retail Grocer College: Bentley College Hobbies: Cars. THOMAS I. CAREY 11 Grampian Way Dorchester Ambition: Retail Management College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling, Stock Cars, Drum Bugle Corps. Activities: Room Councillor 3; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Nurses Aid 4; Library Aid 3, 4. KEVIN J. CARR 128 Brooks Street Brighton Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Skating, Dancing, Swim- ming Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 1, 2; Aid 2, 3; ( Office CYO 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS G. CARTER 311 Belgrade Avenue Roslindale Ambition: IBM Data Processing Programming College: Institute of Computer Technology Hobbies: Sports, Stamp Coin Collecting Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. JAMES P. CALDARELLI 22 Morris Street East Boston Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hockey, Chess, Swim- ming Activities: Honor Roll 2, 3; Crew 3, 4; Math Team 3, 4. ALAN R. CABIT 36 Carlson Circle West Roxbury Ambition: Pharmacist College: University of Rhode Island Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Music Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 2, 3, 4; Nurse Aid 3, 4; Office Aid 2, 3; Coin Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4. BRUCE A. BUSHEE 38 Hillside Street Roxbury Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Boating, Swimming, Waterskiing. JAMES J. CASSETTA 133 Cottage Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Hockey, Writing, Swim- ming, Chess Activities: Honor Roll 1; Record Stall 4. CALVIN T. CHIN 64 Beach Street Boston Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern tlniversity Hobbies: Dancing, Karate, Sports Activities: Math Team 3, 4 (Trea surer 4). GEORCE J. CAVALIERI 270 Park Street West Roxbury Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Bowling, Cars Activities: Crew 2. PAUL J. CEDRONE 7 Lothrop Street Brighton Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Swimming, Weightlifting Activities: Honor Roll 2, 3; N.H.S. 4; Math Team 3, 4 (Secretary 4). KENNETH A. CHENEY 10 Barington Road Dorchester Ambition: C.P.A. or Data Pro- cessing College: University of Massachu- setts or Northeastern University Hobbies: Drag Racing, Auto Mechanics Activities: Key Cage 3, 4. ALFRED G, CHIANG 382 Riverway Boston Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Dancing, Sports Activities: Soccer 4; Track 4: Jr. Achievement 4. RUSSELL C, CHICKERING 219 Parsons Street Brighton Ambition: Business Career College: None Hobbies: Racing, Chess, Checkers, Wrestling. KENNETH R. CHIN 104 Norway Street Boston Ambition: Undecided College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Automobiles, Sports KUN J. CHIN 615 Tremont Street South End Ambition: Business Executive or Auto Mechanic College: Undecided Hobbies: Marksman, Cars, Photo- graphy, Bowling. ROLAND K. CHIN 207 West Selden Street Mattapan Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Science, Math Activities: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Re- cord Staff 4; Office Aid 4; Math Team 3, 4; Chess Team 3; Science Club 3, 4. JAMES B. CLARK 265 Centre Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Ballplayer, Business Administration College: None Hobbies: Baseball Activities: Baseball 2, 3; Track 2; Jr. Achievement 2. FRANCIS M. CLEARY 24 Trull Street Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Cars, Skiing, CYO, Sports Activities: Basketball 3, 4. ROBERT L. COAKLEY 35 Ashland Street Dorchester Ambition: Construction Engineer College: West Point Hobbies: Sports (Pop-Wagner Football Coach) Activities: Honor Roll 1; Crew 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Room Councillor 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 4. ELWYN F. COATES 79 Shawmut Avenue Ambition: Spanish Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Swimming, Track, Field, Soccer, Baseball LEE E. COFIUN 155 Spring Street East Cambridge Ambition: Accountant or Machin- ist College: Harvard Hobbies: Carpentry Activities: Honor Roll 1. DANIEL COHEN 72 Wildwood Street Mattapan College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports. JOHN R. COLEMAN 124 Chestnut Street Brookline College: Babson Institute. BARRY N. COHEN 57 Gladeside Avenue Mattapan Ambition: Language Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Horseback Riding, Cars, Sports Activities: Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Year- book Staff 4. CHARLES L. COLE 63 Monticello Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Computers College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports. RICHARD N. COLLINGS 72 Gardner Street Allston Ambition: College College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Bowling, Swim- ming, Chess Activities: Basketball Manager 4; Room Councillor 3, Secretary 4; Math Club 4; Chess Club 3; J.E.T.S. 4. JOSEPH S. COLLINS 33 Waumbeck Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massa- chusetts Hobbies: Singing, Swimming Activities: Theater 1; Glee Club 4. ANTHONY VV. COMERFORD 237 Chestnut Hill Avenue Birghton Ambition: Law College: Boston College Hobbies: Sailing, Skiing Activities: Band 1; Hockey 3, 4; Baseball 1; Campaign Manager for Class Officer; Drama 3, 4; Discussion 3, 4; FBLA 4. PAUL F. CONLON 291 Savin Hill Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Engineer College: Boston State or University of Mass, at Boston Hobbies: Fishing, Skating, Swim- ming. JOHN C. CONNOLLY 33 Dix Street Dorchester Ambition: Lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Weightlifting, Football, Basketball, Chess Activities: Honor Roll 2, 3; Year- book Staff Assistant Editor 4; J.E.T.S. 4; National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4. THOMAS A. CONNORS 22 Upland Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Football, Chess, Basket- ball, Hockey Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Team 2, 3, 4; Discussion 4; National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Social Comm. 4. THOMAS A. CONSOLE 1 Lexington Square East Boston Ambition: Sports Casting, General Studies, Teaching College: Boston State Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball Activities: Baseball 3, 4. MICHAEL P. COSTA 12 Water Street Shewsbury Ambition: Pilot College: Boston University Hobbies: Cars, Motorcycles. MICHAEL P. COLLINS 137 Milton Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Swimming, Fishing, Surf- ing, Model Building Activities: Track 2; Crew: 3; Jr. Achievement 3. 48 MARTIN J. COSTELLO 60 Wyman Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Radiological Technologist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Swimming, Reading, Fishing Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 1 . JAMES M. COX 109 Hooker Street Allston Ambition: Accountant College: Rentley College Activities: Golf 3. RICHARD J. COYLE 35 Sargent Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling. JOHN T. COYNE 49 Carlson Circle West Roxbury Ambition: Priest College: 4 Cardinal , O’Connell Seminary Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Stamp Collecting Activities: Coin Club 2, 3, 4; Dis- cussion 3, 4; Alumni Committee 4. WILLIAM E. CREAMER JR. 41 O’Reilly Way Charlestown Ambition: Teacher College: Merrimac College KEVIN H. CRIMLISK 711 Washington Street Brighton Ambition: Funeral Director College: Providence Hobbies: Sports Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 2, 4; Drama Club 3, 4. FRANK L. CRUZ 31 Wolcott Street Dorchester Ambition: Electronics College: Wentworth Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball. Football, FRANCIS T. CULLEN JR. 159 Wilmington Avenue Dorchester Ambition: History Teacher College: Harvard Hobbies: Sports, Stamps Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Rec- ord Staff 4; Crew 2, 3, 4; Sen. Class Officer Secretary-Trea- surer; Room Captain 3; Jr. Achievement 3; Stamp Club 3; Chess Club 2, 3, 4 Sec; Discus- sion 4: National Honor Society, President. EMIL W. CULVER JR. 103 Penbroke Street Back Bav Ambition: Psychology College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports Activities: Baseball 3; Jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4; National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4; Assembly Committee 4. RICHARD CUMMINGS JR. 10 Bickford Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: To go to college or join the service Hobbies: Stamp Collecting. Mem- ber of the Club E “68” Activities: Basketball 3, Track 2, Room Captain 2; Glee Club 4. JETHRO CURRIE JR. 14 Ballou Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Veterinary, Medicine College: Oklahoma State Hobbies: Karate, Hunting, Swim- ming, and Camping. CHARLES R. CURRY 218 West Springfield Street Boston Ambition: To become a Success in the Business World College: Boston University Hobbies: Drawing and Sports Activities: Track 3, 4; Drill Team. ALAN E. CUSHER 7 Alabama Street Mattapan Ambition: Lawyer College: University’ of Massachu- setts Hobbies: Photography, Coin Col- lecting, Chess Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Chess 4; Social Committee 4. ANDREW G. DALLAS 536 Tremont Street South End Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachu- setts or State College Hobbies: Soccer, Baseball, Football and Chess Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Soccer 2, 4. 50 DAVID W. DAUGHERTY 20 Circuit Street Roxbury Ambition: Business Administra- tion, I.B.M. Programming College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music Activities: Basketball Manager 4; Football 3, 4; Room Captain 4; Room Councillor 2, 3. WILLIAM J. DAVID 14 Vershire Street West Roxbury Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music. CHARLES R. DAVIS 80 Intervail Street Roxbury Ambition: Barber College: None Hobbies: Cutting Hair, Basketball, Fishing Activities: Basketball 3, 4. PHILIP K. DEA 15 Warren Avenue Boston Ambition: Student College: Chamberlain Jr. College Hobbies: Weight-lifting, Sports " Activities: Office Aid 3, 4. E RNEST S. DEEB 272 Shawmut Avenue South End Ambition: Office Work in Business College: Boston Clerical Hobbies: Track, Football Activities: Track 1, 4. MICHAEL D. DEFEO JR. 191 Faywood Avenue East Boston Ambition: Commercial Artist College: Vesper George Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Painting Activities: Scholarship Art Classes At Museum of Fine Arts 2, 3, 4. ALLAN D DEITCH 24 Itasca Street Mattapan Ambition: To be a Success College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, AZA Activities: Basketball 3; Discussion Club 4. MICHELE A. DESANTIS JR. 32 Lawn Street Roxbury Ambition: IBM College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports. ANDRE L. DICKERSON 113 Brunswick Street Roxbury College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Track Activities: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BIENVENIDO A DIAZ 53 Mascot Street Dorchester Hobbies: Art; Photographs Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Rec- ord Stall 4; Track 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Mu- seum of Fine Arts 3, 4; Future Business Leader of America 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Room Councillor 2; Nurse Aid 3; E 68 Club; Art Teams. ERIC N. DICKSTEIN 650 Morton Street Mattapan Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley’s University of Accounting and Finance Hobbies: Sports, Model Cars, Reading Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Science 4. JAMES E. DIGGIN 13 Merlin Street Dorchester College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Art, Fishing Activities: Football 4; Crew 2, 3, 4. WARREN M. DILLON 23 Woodstock Avenue Brighton College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Softball, Football Activities: Upward Bound Program 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4. ALFRED J. DTSIDORO 86 Raymond Street Allston Ambition: C.P. A. or Data Processing College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports. 52 ROBERT J. DOHER TY 15 Rexhaine Street Roslindale Ambition: C.P.A. or Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports. DENNIS J. DONOHOE 108 Greaton Road West Roxbury Ambition: Dentist or Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Activities: Golf 3, 4; Room Councillor 4. JEROLD A. DORFMAN 956 Morton Street Mattapan Ambition: Business College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Footb; Basketball Activities: Jr. Achievement 3. WILLIAM A. DOWDY 35 Abbotsford Street Roxbury Ambition: Accountant College: Howard University Hobbies: Sports Activities: Jr. Achievement 4. JOHN V. DOWLING 38 Clifford Street Readville Ambition: College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball Activities: Hockey 3, 4; Crew 2. (fJFWW STEPHEN S. DRACO 35 Worley Street West Roxbury Ambition: Business College: Providence College Hobbies: Photography, Cars. BERNARD F. DOYLE 27 Howe Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Swimming, Boating, Reading Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Editor of EHS-BLS Thanksgiving Pro- gram 4; Jr. Achievement 3. JAMES DUBAN 35 Fidelis Way Brighton Ambition: Biological Research College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Chess, Coin Collecting Activities: Basketball J. V. 3; Crew 2, 3, 4; Letter 3; Coin Club 3, President 4; Chess Team 3, Pres- ident 4; N.H.S. Biological: Hon- or Society 4; President, ANTHONY DUBROWSKI 15 Park Lane Jamaica Plain Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Dancing Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain 4; Track 1. JOHN M. DUNN 7 Glen rose Road Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Activities: Honor Roll L Hockey 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2; Room Councillor 1. THOMAS A. DUNPHY 247 Willow Street West Roxburv Ambition: Conservation College: University of Maine Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Dancing Activities: Cafeteria 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN J. EHRET 16 Burwell Rd. West Roxbury Ambition: Teacher College: Nasson College Hobbies: Chess, Reading, History Activities: Chess Club 4; Discus- sion 4. THOMAS J. ENGRAM 41 Monument Square Charlestown Ambition: Psychologist College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Music, Coin Collecting Activities: Band 1, 2, Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Basketball L Football 1, 2, 3, 4; U.N. Trip 4: Yearbook Commit- tee 4; E-68 Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Boston Delegate to RO- JAC, 4 President JAYCO Atlan- tic City; Aids: Office 3; Library 3; Theatre Club 4; Discussion Club 4. 54 PETER I. ELMUTS 21 Prince Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Hospital Administrator College: Tufts University Hobbies: Coins Photography, Mu- sic Reading, Traveling, Landscap- ing, Writing Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Year- book Staff 4; Room Councillor 2; Aids: Nurse 2, 3, 4; Office 2, 3, 4. Library 3, 4; Fidelity De- portment Prize 1, 2, 3. I WILLIAM D. FAHEY 143 Webster Street East Boston College: Salem State College Hobbies: Fishing, Coin Collecting WILLIAM J. FEENEY 34 Mapleton Street Brighton Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hockey, Stamp Collecting. HOWARD A. FERGUSON 67 Wyman Street Jamaica Plain College: Undecided. ROBERT P. FERRIS 15 Leahaven Road Mattapan Ambition: Professional Photographer College: Boston State College Hobbies: Photography, Reading, Writing Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Rec- ord Staff 4. THEODORE M. FINK 24 Carlson Circle West Roxbury Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College Of Pharmacy Hobbies: Collecting Coins, Photography Activities: Track Manager 3; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Aids: Nurse 3; Office 4; Coin Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Science 4. DENNIS M. FINN 129 St. Alphonsus Street Roxbury Hobbies: Basketball Activities: Track 1, 2; Cross Coun- try 1, 2; Room Councillor 3; Jr. Achievement 3; Chess Club 2. JAMES P. FLAHERTY 71 Hancock Street Dorchester Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Football, Swimming Activities: Yearbook Staff 4. 55 MICHAEL J. FORAN 2 Richfield Park Dorchester College: Merrimack College. JAY FRAZIER 282 Walnut Avenue Roxbury Ambition: Stock Rroker College: Rrandeis University Hobbies: Basketball, Books, Golf Activities: Record Staff 4; Basket- ball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Room Captain 2; Room Councillor 3; Jr. Achievement 3. RONALD K. FREDEY 21 Corona Street Dorchester Ambition: Electronical Engineer College: Wentworth Polytechnic Institute Activities: Honor Roll 2; Room Captain L Room Councillor 2; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4. DAVID B. FULLER 110 MeBide Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports. ELMER B. FRICKER 6 Fairfax Street Dorchester Ambition: To Earn a Degree in Music College: Boston University Hobbies: Traveling, Playing the organ Activities: Band 3, 4. LELAND M. FULLER 52 Coolidge Rd. Allston Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Football, Swimming. Bil- liards, Hockey. ROBERT S. GALANECK 78 Weld Hill Street Roslindale Ambition: Accountant College: Boston State, Chamber- lain Jr. College Hobbies: Rock n’ Roll Bands, Base- ball, Dancing Activities: Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Room Captain 4. 56 PETER M. GALVIN 58 Kirkwood Road Brighton Ambition: Engineer College: Massachusetts Maritime Academy Hobbies: Waterskiing, Hockey, Sailing Activities: Hockey 1, 3, 4: Football 1; Drama 3, 4. JOSEPH A. GATTO 31 Hollingsworth Street Mattapan Ambition: U. S. Air Force Career Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Coins Activities: Honor Roll 1. JAMES V. GIARDINA 102 Everett Street East Boston Ambition: To be Successful in Ev- erything I do College: Massachusetts Bay Com- munity College Hobbies: Coin, Collecting, Sports, Cars, Reading Activities: Aids: Nurse 4; Office 4; Library 4. MICHAEL J. GILLIS 129 Cottage Street East Boston Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Reading Activities: Honor Roll 1; Track 1; Room Councillor 1. JOHN D. GLENNON 12 Burke Street Groveland Ambition: To be Successful College: Merrimack College Hobbies: Sailing Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2. BARRY GOLD 568 Norfolk Street Mattapan Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern School of Business Administration Hobbies: Reading Activities: Honor Roll 3; Office Aid 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; N.H.S. THOMAS F. GOLDEN 29 Robinwood Avenue Jamaica Plain Ambition: To be a Success Hobbies: Fishing, Swimming, Camping Activities: Library Aid 3. 57 ALAN M. GOLDMAN 49 West Selden Street Mattapan Ambition: Computer Programming or Teaching College: University of Massachu- setts or State College at Boston Hobbies: Baseball, Tennis, Swim- ming, Archery Activities: Tennis 2; Theatre Club 4; Electronics Club 1. PAUL F, GOLDSTEIN 22 Courtland Boad Mattapan Ambition: Broadcaster College: Emerson College Hobbies: Sports, Swimming Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3: Room Captain 3; Room Councillor 1, 3; Theatre Club 4; Lawrence Prize Fidelity Deportment 3. PAUL R. GOLDSTEIN 598 Walk Hill Street Mattapan Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Billiards Activities: Honor Roll 1; Jr. Achievement 3, 4. GARY GOOD 127 McGreevey Wav Roxbury Ambition: Stenotvpist College: Boston School Business Education Hobbies: Tape Recording. ROBERT H. GOODMAN 220 BELLEVUE STREET West Roxbury Ambition: Social Worker College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports. JOHN L. GRANA 57 Trenton Street East Boston Ambition: To be an Accountant College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Swimming Activities: Crew 3, 4; F.G.L.A. 4. JOHN A. GRATICCIA 6 Cedar Crest Road West Roxbury Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Swimming, Skiing. 58 JOHN R. GRAVALLESE 123 Wester Street East Boston Ambition: Military Service Hobbies: Racing Activities: Room Councillor 2. JACK GREEN 389 Norfolk Street Dorchester Ambition: I B M. Hobbies: Billiards, Bowling. MICHAEL R. GREENE 25 Montpelier Road Dorchester Ambition: Psychology College: Morgan State College Hobbies: Collecting Records, Singing. MAYNARD R. GREGORY 71 Phillips Street Boston Ambition: Political Analyst College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Politics, Scout- ing, Journalism Activities: Record Stall 4; Drama Club 3. SAMUEL GROZALSKY 165 Chiswick Road Brighton Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Cars Activities: F.B.L.A. 4. MATTHEW P. GULINO 218 Faywood Avenue East Boston Ambition: Auto Mechanics College: Massachusetts Trades and Shops School Hobbies: Cars, Motorcycles Activities: Office Aid 3. THOMAS D. HALLAHAN 43 Armandine Street Dorchester College: Chamberlain Junior College Hobbies: Skin Diving, Swimming, Horseback Riding Activities: Honor Roll 3; Soccer 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. 59 ALTON L. HARDAWAY 61 South Huntington Avenue Jamaica Plain Ambition: Successful Business Man College: Bryant Straton Hobbies: Models, Sports, Play Billiards Activities: Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Jr. Achievement 3. WILLIS G. HARGROVE 45 Copeland Street Roxbury Ambition: Teacher (Elementary) College: Claflin University Hobbies: Model Building, Bowling Activities: Basketball (Intramural) 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Prep. Club 3. JOHN D. HARRINGTON 69 Beaumont Street Dorchester Ambition: Jet Pilot College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Photography. Skating, Fishing Activities: Lawrence Prize 2, 3. GEORGE A. HASKELL 64 Van Winkle Street Dorchester Ambition: Navy Activities: Key Cage 3, 4. RICHARD C. HENRY JR. 37 Ashford Street Allston Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachu- setts or Boston State Hobbies: Swimming, Order of De- molay. Horseback Riding, Skiing Activities: Swimming 2; Crew 3, 4; Theater Club 4. WILLIAM H. HILL 30 Annunciation Road Roxbury Hobbies: Basketball. Billiards. HOWARD G. HILLMAN 8 Fessenden Street Mattapan Ambition: Dentist University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball. Bowling. 60 ALVIN S. HOFFMAN 12 Meshaka Street West Roxbury Ambition: College College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Football Activities: Track 4; Golf 4. CHARLES M. HOLMES 25 Blanche Street Dorchester DANIEL J. HURLEY 643 Adams Street Dorchester Ambition: Naval Officer College: Maritime Academy Hobbies: Sports Activities: Room Councillor 3, 4 Office Aid 1. 4; Glee Club 3. STEVEN J. HYMAN 19 Egremont Road Brighton Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Music, Sports, Cars Activities: Room Captain 2; Aids; Nurse 3, Library 3; F.B L 3 4. MICHAEL J JANKELLE 18 Courtland Road Mattapan Ambition: Shakespearian Actor College: Boston College Hobbies: Fishing, Reading, Bowling Activities: Track Outdoor 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 3; Jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4. EDWARD F. JANKOWSKI 1593 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentley College of Ac- counting and Finance Hobbies: Football, Basketball Activities: Honor Roll 1; Room Captain 1. LEE E. JOHNSON 156 Worcester Street South End Ambition: Engineering Hobbies: Basketball, Track. ARTHUR E. JONES 8 Durham Street Back Bay Ambition: To be Successful College: Syracuse Hobbies: Football. Fishing, Dancing Activities: Football 2; Cross Coun- try Track 1, Track 1, 2; Room Captain 2; Jr. Achievement 3. ERNEST R. JONES 89 Numroe Street Roxbury Ambition: C.P.A. College: Lincoln University Activities: Baseball 2, 4; Track 3, 4. MURRAY S. KAFTAN 911 Morton Street Mattapan Ambition: Orthodontist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Photography, Swimming, Bowling, Basketball, Tennis, Golf Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 4; Discussion Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Debating Team 4. LAZAROS KARALEXIS 10 Boylston Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Coach College: Boston College Hobbies: Painting Activities: Basketball; Baseball 2, 3, 4 Captain; Football 2, 3, 4; Art Cover for English— Latin Pro- gram 3; Room Captain 3, 4. PHILIP G. KAUFMAN 31 Meadowbank Avenue Mattapan Ambition: Coast Guard Hobbies: Coins, Sports. ARNOLD KAW ADLER 26 Hildreth Street Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College, North- eastern University, Suffolk Uni- versity Hobbies: Tropica] Fish, Sports, Coins. R1CCARDO J. KEEL 17 Dixwell St reet Jamaica Plain Ambition: Mathematics Teacher College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Skiing, Swim- ming, Basketball Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Math Team 4; Discus- sion Club 4; National Honor So- ciety 3, 4. 62 CHRISTOPHER J. KELLEY 84 Church Street West Roxbury Ambition: Dentistry, Medicine or Languages College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Swimming, Golf Activities: Golf 4; Key Cage 3. KENNETH M. KEOHANE 133 Tyndale Street Roslindale Ambition: Architect College: State Hobbies: Cars. JOHN E. KERVIN III (3rd) 26 Dickinson Road Brighton Ambition: Military Career, Mer- chant Marine College: Texas A M (Maritime Division) Hobbies: Cars, Surfing, Travel, Sailing Activities: Golf 3, 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4. PAUL J. KILDAY 19 Pine Lodge Road West Roxbury Ambition: F.B.I. College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Skin diving, Golf, Skiing, Cars Activities: Football 3; Track 2; Crew 2; Room Councillor 2; Alumni Committee 4. KENNETH W. KIMBROUGH 2 Ditmus Court Roxbury Ambition: I.B.M. Programmer College: North Carolina College Hobbies: Basketball, Billiards, Dancing, Bowling Activities: Basketball 2, 4; Track L Room Councillor 1; Glee Club 2, 4. PAUL A. KING 613 Bennington Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Guitar, Folk Music Activities: Science Club 1. EDWARD P. KIRK 31 Oak Street Charlestown Ambition: To further my education College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Records, Folk Music, Travel Activities: Golf 2; Room Council- lor 4. PRESTON E. KITT 9 Seattle Street Allston Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Swimming, Weight-lift- ing, Karate. STEVEN M. KLEIN 569 Norfolk Street Mattapan Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachu- setts at Boston Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Bas- ketball, Bowling Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Rec- ord Staff 3; Track 3; Room Councillor 3; Office Aid 2; Coin Club 4; Discussion Club 4; De- bating Society 4; Theatre Club 4; Treasurer of E.H.S.; National Honor Society 4; Member of George Gershwin AZA 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 4. STELIOS G. KOKOROS 1420 Blue Hill Avenue Mattapan Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Basketball, Soccer Activities: Club 4. T rack 3; Discussion GEORGE J. KRASOWSKI 23 Irving Street Beacon Hill Ambition: To be Successful College: Indiana University Activities: Swimming 1, 2, Captain; Jr. Achievement 2 3, 4 STANLEY J. KRAWEC 109 Bellevue Street West Roxbury Ambition: Draftsman BRANDON C. KWAN 499 Huntington Avenue Boston Ambition: College College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Movies. JOHN T. KIRRANE 59 Selwyn Street Roslindale Ambition: Armed Forces Hobbies: Rifle Clubs, Baseball, Football Activities: Baseball Manager 3; Track 2; Cafeteria 2, 3; Library Aid 3; Glee Club 3, 4. 64 wup LARRY LANE 34 Annunciation Road Roxbury Ambition: C.P.A. College: Bentlev College Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Billiards. GEORGE LARIDIS 1369 River Street Hyde Park Ambition: Mechanical Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Football. Fast Cars, Motorcycles. JAMES R. LAZAR 854 E. Broadway South Boston Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, Basketball Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Jr. En- gineering Tech. Society. DANIEL T. LEARY 247 Webster Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Swimming. GERARD R. LEE 34 Sydney Street Dorchester Ambition: Laboratory Technician in the Optical Field. WING L. LEE 14 Edgerly Road Boston Ambition: Mathematician College: University of Massachu- setts or Northeastern University Hobbies: Soccer, Photography Activities: Library Aid 4. MARK LACOB 11 Ransom Road Brighton Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Weight-lifting, Football. v- 4 Larchmont Street Dorchester Ambition: State Police College: State Police Academy Hobbies: Sports, Music Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Crew 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 2 . Room Councillor 1. JAMES F. LELAND 34 Wentworth Terrace Dorchester Ambition: Work in Aeronautics Pro- gram (NASA) College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports, Agriculture Activities: Band 2; Baseball 2; Jr. Achievement 3. JAMES LEONARD 105 Fletcher Street Roslindale Ambition: Criminology College: Florida State Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Music Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Baseball 3, 4 Varsity; Track 2, 3; Jr. Achievement 2, 3; Math Team o GREGORY L. LEONARD 107 M unroe Street Roxbury Ambition: Teacher or Businessman College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Records Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2 3- Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3 4- Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; All City Chorus 2, 3, 4; Fidelity and Deportment Award 1, 2, 3; Room Captain 3; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Office Aid 3. PETER L. LEONARD 44 Waumbeck Street Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Basketball, Reading, Dancin tilk PAUL C. LEUNG 75 Waltham Street South End Ambition: Airline Pilot College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Track Activities: Track 1; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; City Chorus 1; Glee Club L 2, 4. YON G. LEE 33 Garden Street West End Ambition: Theoretical Nuclear Physicist College: M. I. T. Hobbies: Photography, Music, Arts Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3; Record Staff 2, 3, 4 Assistant Editor; Room Councillor 3, 4 President; Math Team 2, 3; Chess Club 2; Drama Club 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 2, 3. 66 DAVID LEVENSON 61 Hazelton Street Mattapan Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts University Hobbies: Pocket Billiards, Basket ball. Swimming Activities: Record Staff 3, Basket- ball I; Track 1, 2; Office Aid 2; Math Team 2; Chess Club 2, 3; Prom Committee 4. JOSEPH H. LUNNEY, JR. 64 Adamson Street Allston Ambition: Air Force Hobbies: Boats, Water Skiing, Motorcycles. HARVEY E. LEVINE 90 Floyd Street Dorchester Ambition: Data Processing Accountant College: Undecided Hobbies: Bowling, Stamp Collecting Activities: Jr. Achievement 3; Nurse Aid 3. JOHN S. LEWIS 2 Jarvis Place Roxbury Ambition: Graduate from College College: Boston State Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball, Reading. MICHAEL C. LIOTTA 2 Cedarcrest Circle West Roxbury Ambition: Construction Business College: Boston State Hobbies: Boxing, Weight-lifting, Camping Activities: Football 2; Crew 2, 3, 4. THOMAS B. LOVETT 32 Mansfield Street Allston College: Salem State College Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. WAYNE LUCAS 36 Pasadena Road Dorchester Ambition: Medical Technologist College: Virginia School of Medi- cal Technology Hobbies: Cars, Home Laboratory Activities: Record Staff 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3 4 Co-Captain; Candidate for Pres- ident of Senior Class; Room Captain 4; Jr. Achievement 3; 4- H Club; Prep. Club; Alumni Committee 4. FRANCIS E. LYDON 49 Creighton Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley College Hobbies: Coin Collecting Activities: Football 4; Nurse Aid 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4 President. BLAINE D. LYONS 26 Edgerly Road Back Bay Ambition: To further my education College: Boston University Hobbies: Enjoy all athletic events Activities: Baseball 4. JOSEPH P. MACKIN 100 Richmond Street Dorchester Ambition: Mathematician College: University of Massachusetts Activities: Math Club Vice Presi dent 4; Math Team Captain 3; Social Committee 4. NICHOLAS M. MAFFEO 15 Powell Street Stoughton Ambition: X-Ray Technician College: Boston University Hobbies: Football, Cars, Models Activities: Track 1, 2, 3. DONALD H. MALIFF 34 Peacevale Road Dorchester Ambition: Undecided College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Camping, Fishing, Music Activities: Track 3, 4; Crew 2. JOEL M. MALIS 24 Woodgate Street Mattapan Ambition: College College: Boston University Hobbies: Chess Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Chess Club 4; Discussion Club 4; N.H.S. 4. LEONARD J. MANGONE 70 Chelsea Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Tufts University Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Room Councillor 3; Discussion Club 4; Science Club 4; N.H.S. .3, 4. PAUL D. MANNING 9 Roseland Street Dorchester Ambition: Business Hobbies: Football, Golf, Baseball Activities: Football 2, .3; Crew 3 4 . MARK H. MANSKI 1 14 Redlands Road West Roxbury Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Sports Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Rec- ord Staff 3, 4; Locker 3, 4; Coin Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4. ALPHONSE V. MANZO 252 Breman Street East Boston Ambition: Data Processing College: Brvant and Stratton IBM. School Hobbies: Band. WILLIAM H. MARRANZINI 10 Horace Street East Boston Ambition: Business Administration College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Softball, Bowling Activities: Honor Roll 1; Football 2; Track 4; Office Aid 1. ALFRED MARRERO 34 Greendale Road Mattapan Ambition: Pilot College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Fishing Activities: Soccer 2, 3; Room Cap- tain 4. FRANK X. MARTIN 94 Lake Street Brighton Ambition: Military College: University of California at Los Angeles Hobbies: Billiards, Chess, Riflery Activities: Chess Club Captain 3, 4; Drama Club 3. LINO MASCIO 28 Parmenter Street North End Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Riflery, Weightlifting, Music, Billiards Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Rec- ord Staff 4; Soccer 3, 4; Theater Club 4. CHARLES A. MATTERA 40 Chelsea Street East Boston College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Archery, Ri fiery, Chess Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Room Captain 1; Chess Club 2, 3. STEPHEN X. McCLAFFERTY 269 Minot Street Dorchester Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Boston Vocational Institute Activities: Track 1. ROY M. McCOY 30 Montpelier Road Dorchester Ambition: Data Processing Programmer College: Bryant Stratton Com- puter Institute Hobbies: Football, Swimming, Archery Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Soccer john j McDonough 28 Dix Street Dorchester Ambition: Medical Physician College: Magill Itniversitv, Tufts University Hobbies: Swimming, Football. Baseball Activities: Theatre Club 4. PAUL A. KENNA 1 1 Bravton Road Brighton Ambition: Communications (Radio Television) College: Cambridge School of Broadcasting Hobbies: Golf, Photography, C.Y.O., Dancing Activities: Honor Roll L Yearbook Staff Photographer 4; Record Staff 4: Golf 2, 3, 4; Library Aid 3, 4: Drama Club 3; Debating 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. michael j. McDonough 7 Vesper Street West Roxbury Ambition: Oceanographer College: University of Miami Hobbies: Scuba Diving, Boating, Water Skiing Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Crew 4; Room Councillor 2; Jr. Achievement 3; Office Aid 2. PAUL MATT 132 Capen Street Dorchester Ambition: Journalism, Advertising College: Rutgers College Hobbies: Reading, Tennis, Recorder Activities: Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4; Secre- tary of Room Captains 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4; Office Aid 3; Coin Club 3, 4 Secretary; Theatre Club 3, Manager 4; Dis- cussion Club 4. 70 ANTHONY A. MICHERONE 107 Sawyer Avenue Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Swimming, Riding, Bowling. mm RUDIE MILEY 36 Braddock Park South End Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball. CHARLES D. MILLETT 1 Victoria Street 6 Dorchester Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College of Ac- counting and Financing Hobbies: Bowling, Fishing, Arch- ery, Mo-Skeet, Reading Activities: Honor Roll 3; F B L A 4. JAMES J. MOREHOUSE 126 Homes Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Salem State College Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball Activities: Honor Roll 3; Track Se- nior Manager 4; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Future Business Leaders of America 3. ERIC H. MORSE 38 Stanwood Street Dorchester Ambition: Athletic Director (Coach) College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Jazz, Singing Activities: Basketball 2; Track 2; Basketball Assistant. MICHAEL W. MOURAD 662 Tremont Street South End College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball. Box- ing, and Football Activities: Baseball 2; Room Cap- tain 2, 4. CHUNG M. MOY 72 Waltham Street Boston Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Cars, Basketball, Records. JAMES MOY 47a Village Court South End Ambition: X-Ray Technician Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Bil- liards, Basketball. EUGENE MUZYKA 233 Kittredge Street Roslindale Ambition: English Teacher College: U.C.L.A., University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Rock n Roll Group, Camping, Singing, Music, Sports Activities: Soccer 2; Drill Team 3; Vice President of Senior Class; Room Councillor 4; Discussion Club 4; Alumni Committee Chairman 4; Assembly Commit- tee Chairman 4; Student Gov- ernment Day Representative: Cheerleader. MARTIN G. N ASTASIA 7 Walley Street East Boston Ambition: Accountant College: Salem State College Hobbies: Water Skiing, Football, Baseball. Band Activities: Track 1; Nurse Aid 1; F.B.L.A. THOMAS J. NATOLA 77 Trenton Street East Boston Ambition: Artist College: Massachusetts School of Art Hobbies: Painting Activities: Room Captain 3. ROBERT C. NEE 5 Stockton Street Dorchester Ambition: Priest College: Seminary Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Track Activities: Room Councillor 2, 3; Fidelity Deportment 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH H. NEVILS 119 Homestead Street Dorchester Ambition: To Study Law and to succeed in Life Hobbies: Reading, Chess, Football Activities: Track Manager 4; Jr. Achievement 3. AVIST P. NICHOLS 14 Hazelmere Road Roslindale Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Activities: Honor Roll 3; Math Club 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; So- cial Committee 4. 72 GEORGE F. NICHOLSON 69 Paul Gore Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Broadcasting Radio and Television College: Broadcasting School Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Swim- ming, Reading Activities: Baseball 3. LOUIS F. NOCERA 21 Henchman Street North End Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Coin Collecting. EDWARD G. NOONAN 16 Copenger Street Roxbury Ambition: Business Vocation College: Salem State College Hobbies: Guitar, Swimming, Photo- graphy, Football Activities: Drill Team 3; Room Captain L Office Aid 2; Alumni Committee 4. JOSEPH A. NOVA 195 Bellevue Street West Roxbury Ambition: Teacher Hobbies: Sports, Music Activities: Basketball 1, Drama Club 1. KENNETH R. NOYES 25 Ridgewood Street Dorchester Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Swimming, Writing, Driving Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3; Year- book Staff 3, Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Yearbook Committee Chairman 4; EHS Latin Thanks- giving Program, Editor 4; Pro- gram Committee 4; Represen- tative— John Hancock Drug Con- ference 4. KEVIN P. O ' BRIEN 1 Gardner Place West Roxbury Ambition: Electrician College: Coyne Electrical School Hobbies: Working with Electricity Activities: Band 1, 2; Hockey 1, 3; Room Councillor 1 ; Office Aid 1, 3; Drum major of E.H.S. Band 1. GREGORY M. O ' BRYANT 17 Supple Road Dorchester Ambition: Musician College: New England Conser- vatory of Music, Berklee Hobbies: Books, Jazz, Writing Activities: Band 2, 3; Debating Club 1 DONALD F. OLSON 1471 Centre Street Roslindale Ambition: Field of Forestry College: Syracuse University Hobbies: Sports, Coins, Model Cars, “Soul Music” Activities: Band 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Track 2, 3; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Office Aid 1 ; Coin Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 3. LEO J. ORSI 120 Navarre Street Hyde Park Ambition: Biologist College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Skiing, Boating, Camping Activities: Record Staff 4; Science Frontiers 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee; Laboratory Techni- cian 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Alumni Committee Co-Chair- man 4. ALAN J. ORENSTEIN 15 Hazelton Street Mattapan Ambition: Industrial Engineering College: Virginia Polytechnic- Institute Hobbies: Woodwork, Waterskiing, Golf, Basketball, Football Activities: Golf 1, 4; Physical Fit- ness Squad; Golf Club; German Club; Cafeteria Marshal (Assis- tant Head); Cafeteria Worker; Social Committee 4. HUGO W. ORTIZ ll ' 2 Wait Street Boston Ambition: Medicine College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Drawing Activities: Soccer 3; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Chess Club 3. JAMES J. O’TOOLE 623 East Fifth Street South Boston Ambition: Writer Hobbies: Writing, Drawing Activities: Crew 2; Drama Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4. KENNETH P. OVERSHOWN 275 Centre Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Data Processing College: Business College Hobbies: Photography, Art, Guitar Activities: Jr. Achievement 2. SOL OVEN 296 Summit Avenue Brighton Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Skating, Sports, Playing Drums, Music Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3; Room Captain 4; Coin Club 4; Math Club 4, Drama Club 4; National Honor Society 4; J.E.T.S. 4. 74 RONALD A. OVERTON 756 Saratoga Street East Boston Hobbies: Basketball. BERNARD J. PALAZZOLO 5 Endicott Court North End Ambition: Accountant College: Salem State College Hobbies: Skiing, Bowling Activities: Room Captain 3; Nurse Aid 4; Library Aid 4. ALAN R. PALDER 44 Rockwood Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: P olitical or Social Science College: Brandeis or Harvard Hobbies: Drawing, Music, Litera- ture Activities: Honor Roll 3; Yearbook Staff 4: Record Staff 4; Math Club 4: Drama Club 3, 4; Dis- cussion 4; National Honor Soci- ety 3, 4; Book Committee 4. JAMES A. PAPPAS 10 Donnybrook Road Brighton Ambition: Dentistry College: Boston University Hobbies: Guitarist. ANTHONY B. PANAJIA 585 East 5th Street South Boston Ambition: X-Ray Technician College: University of Massachu- setts, Boston University Hobbies: Football, Trumpet, Weightlifting Activities: Band 1, 3; Crew 2 Math Club 4. WILLIAM A. PARDI 61 Wenham Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Data Processing College: Business College Hobbies: Records, " Dancing, Stamps Activities: Honor Roll 2, 3; Room Captain 2; Jr. Achievement 3; Alumni Committee 4. MANUEL G. PARDO 65 Bynner Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Air Force Pilot Hobbies: Stamps Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. 75 ROBERT V. PATTERSON 7 Dwight Street South End Ambition: Office Worker, Stenography Hobbies: Basketball, Billiards, Coins Activities: Honor Roll 3; Lawrence Prize English 2; Jr. Achievement 3. EDWARD J. PEARSON 135 Ashley Street East Boston Ambition: Computer Technician Hobbies: Billiards, Sports Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Jr. Achievement; National Honor Society. JOSEPH R. PEAVEY 96 Auckland Street Dorchester Hobbies: C.Y.O.; Baseball, Basketball Activities: Football 4. JOHN PENTA 144 Bayswater Street East Boston Ambition: Radio Broadcasting Hobbies: Play Guitar, Fishing Swimming, Golf, Bowling Activities: Nurse Aid 4; Library 4. PAUL PERKINS 646 Harrison Avenue South End Ambition: Accountant College: Boston Clerical Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Dancing. Activities: Nurse Aid 2, 3, 4; Library Aid 4. ANDREW E. PERLO 1706 Commonwealth Avenue Brighton Ambition: Scientific Research or Medicine College: Boston University or North- eastern University. Hobbies: Sports, Swimming, Bowling Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Rec- ord Staff 4; Soccer 3; Math Club 4; Chess Club 4. JOHN PETERSON JR. 5 Halifx Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Optometry or Pharmacy College: Suffolk University or Mas- sachusetts College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Guitar Activities: Track 4; Jr. Achievement 3, 4. STANLEY B. PHILLIPS 1 1 Ledgewood Road West Roxbury Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Athletics, Racing Activities: Basketball 1; Baseball 1 ; Laboratory Technician 3, 4; Coin Club 4; Chess Club 1 ; Drill Team 3. ALLEN E. PLATT 20 Howland Street Roxbury Ambition: Psychologist College: Virginia State Hobbies: Weight lifting, Bowling, Sports, E-68 President, Prep Club; Swimming, Y.M.C.A., So- cial Clubs, ' 4-H Club, Photography Activities: Football 2; Track Man- ager 4; Crew 2; Room Captain 3; Room Councillor 2, 4; Jr. Achievement 4; Office Aid 4- Coin Club 3; Chess Club 2 - Alumni Committee 4; Assembly Committee 4. MICHAEL A. PICARIELLO 746 Bennington Street East Boston Ambition: Architectural Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Car, Swimming, Bowl- ing, Hockey Activities: Honor Roll 2; Yearbook Staff Photography Editor 4; Lawrence Award 3; Room Cap- tain 1; Room Councillor 3, 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Student Exchange Delegate to Noton High School 3. NORMAN L. POLACK 21 Sutherland Rd. Brighton Ambition: Undecided College: American University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Swimming Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; National Honor Society- Office Aid 4. GEORGE A. PORTRAIT 1024 Bennington Street East Boston Ambition: Business Management Hobbies: Music Skiing, Car Customizing. MARVIN H. PRICE 34 Brainerd Road Brighton Ambition: Real Estate College: Massachusetts Bay. LOUIS P. POTO 7 Stillman Street North End Ambition: Electronic Technician College: Northeastern University, Wentworth or Boston University Hobbies: Electronics Activities: Coin Club 4; Science Club 4. GEORGE PROTASOWICKI 25 Lyndhurst Street Dorchester Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Coin Collecting, Sports Activities: Football 4; Soccer 2. .3, 4; Track 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3, ALBERT J. PRYOR 83 Columbia Road Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Undecided Hobbies: Reading Activities: Jr. Achievement Nurse Aid 3; Science Club. 3; PASQUALE PULEO 60 Bellevue Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher of Languages, to Travel College: Boston University Hobbies: Soccer, Swimming, Ten- nis, Reading, Stamp Collecting, Writing Activities: Record Staff 4; Soccer 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3, 4. WILLIAM E. RAHALL 3 Rena Street Allston Ambition: Broadcaster (Sports) College: Itndecided Activities: Hockey 3: Football 3, 4; Room Captain 4. MICHAEL E. RANTZ 19 Wilcock Street Dorchester Ambition: Computer Programmer College: School of Business f Activities: Honor Roll 1, 3; Nurse Aid 3. RICHARD E. PRIEST JR. 1 18 Riverway Cambridge Ambition: Veterenarian College: Undecided Hobbies: Photography, Zoology, Sports Activities: Jr. Achievement 4; Glee Club 4; E-68 4. JOSEPH P. RE 99 Forbes Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball Activities: Swimming 4. 78 KENNETH E. REMILLARD 14 Margo Road Brighton Ambition: Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: Basketball. WALLACE RICE IR. 92 Bird Street Dorchester Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: 4-H Club, Prep Club, Reading, Painting, Activities: Club Secretary of E-68. BRYAN E. RICH 1 1 Mora Street Dorchester Ambition: Radio or T.V. Per- sonality College: Emerson Hobbies: Baseball, Sports Announc- er for Hockey Activities: Theatre Club 4; Drama Club 3. NORMAN R. RICHARD 216 West Sixth Street South Boston Ambition: Engineering, Athletic Coach College: University of Connecticut Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing Activities: Swimming 2, 3, 4. JAMES A. RICHARDSON 4 Burton Avenue Roxbury Ambition: To better myself in life by furthering my education College: Undecided Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Swimming Activities: Office Aid 3. JOSEPH H. ROACH 28 South Huntington Avenue Jamaica Plain Ambition: Undecided College: University of Utah or Uni- versity of Idaho Hobbies: Reading, Activities: Prep Club; Soccer 1 2 3; Track 3, 4; Coin Club 3. CARL ROAN 202 London Street East Boston Ambition: Engineer College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Cars, Bowling Swimming Activities: Swimming 2; Crew 2. JACK ROSENFIELD 11 Sutton Street Mattapan Ambition: Business College: Undecided. STEVEN ROSENTHALL 30 Leston Street Mattapan Ambition: Drama, Mathematics College: California State Hobbies: Drama (out of School), Club Activities Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Year- book Staff 4; Theatre Chib 4. ALAN B. ROSTOFF 29 Fessenden Street Mattapan Ambition: Teacher of Historv College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Model Ships, Bowling Activities: Math Club 4; Rocket Society 3, 4; Discussion Club 4. JOHN A. RUBINO 205 Marion Street East Boston Ambition: College College: Unniversitv of Massachusetts Hobbies: Dancing, Skating, Handball. VICTOR A. RUDIS 652 Dorchester Avenue South Boston Ambition: Biologist College: Boston College Hobbies: Coin Collecting Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Rec- ord Staff 4; Room Councillor 2, 3; Coin Club 3, 4; Math Club 4; Chess 3, 4; National Honor Soci- ety 4; Science 3, 4; Social Com- mittee 4. JOHN C. ROBINSON 610 Columbus Avenue Boston Ambition: Mathematician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading Activities: Jr. Achievement 3 (Graduated 1967) DONALD W. ROCCI 15 Chilcott Place Jamaica Plain Ambition: Teaching College: Boston State Activities: Jr. Achievement 3. 80 JAMES L. RUSSELL 20 Auckland Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: State College Hobbies: Sailing, Cars, C.Y.O. Activities: Room Councillor 4; Nurse Aid 3; Di scussion Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Social Science Club 9 PHILLIP G. SALHANEY 69 Woodley Avenue West Roxbury Ambition: Undecided College: Boston State Hobbies: Drums, Music, Reading Activities: Honor Roll 2; Crew 4. ALAN SANDLER 687 Walk Hill Street Mattapan Ambition: History Major College: Boston University Hobbies: Ham Radio, Coins, Stamps Activities: Record Staff 4; Coin Club 4; Debating Society Cap- tain 4; Chess Club 4. ALAN J. SANDLER 584 Harvard Street Mattapan Ambition: Doctor College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Cooking Activities: Honor Roll 2. JEFFREY P SANDLER 28 Reedsdale Street Allston Ambition: Court Stenographer College: Bentley Hobbies: Fishing, Cars, Hunting, Mountain Climbing. AUSTIN R. RYAN 60 Donnybrook Road Brighton Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sailing, Sports, Coin Collecting Activities: Crew I; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Discussion Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Social Science Club 9 ANDREW SACCO 242 Wester Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Salem State College Hobbies: Chess, Golf Activities: Crew 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 3. ROBERT M. SANDS 168 Minot Street Dorchester Ambition: Computer Expert College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Automobiles, Hunting, Swimming Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2. ANTHONY A. SCANZILLO 58 Lubec Street East Boston Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Sports, C.Y.O. STEVEN A. SARNOWITZ 96 Westover Street West Roxburv Ambition: Biology College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Surfing, Basketball. Foot- ball, Chess Activities: Baseball 4; Chess Club 3; Discussion Club 4. WILLIAM T. SCANNELL 299 North Harvard Street Allston Ambition: Teacher College: Salem State College Hobbies: Sports Activities: Hockev 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 4. JOSEPH A. SCHERER 8 Woodside Avenue Jamaica Plain Ambition: To own my own business College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Automobiles. DENNIS T. SCRENCI 189 Everett Street East Boston Ambition: Journalist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Skiing Activities: Yearbook Staff 4. MARIO F. SCAILDONE 170 Cottage Street East Boston Ambition: Architect College: Wentworth Hobbies: Playing Guitar. Hunting Activities: Yearbook Staff 4. 82 GEORGE E. SEARI.ES 46 Bayard Street Allston Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Activities: F.B.L.A. 4. EDUARDO SEGARRA 65 Park Drive Boston Ambition: Doctor, Biochemist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Reading Activities: Honor Roll 2; Record Staff 4; Baseball 4; Track 4 EDWARD J. SEGIET 40 Ellery Street South Boston Ambition: Undecided Hobbies: Sports. KAM K. SETO 43 Dwight Street South End Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University- Hobbies: Music. RICHARD 1 . SHANLER 11 Baird Street Dorchester Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Rocketry, Bowling, Coins, Sports Activities: Honor Roll 3, 4; Coin Club 4; Math Club 3; Rocket Club 3, President 4; Science Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4. ARTHUR I. SHAPIRO 7 Donwood Terrace Mattapan Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College of Ac- counting and Finance Hobbies: Automobiles, Karate, Bowling Activities: Jr. Achievement 4; Office Aid 4; Drill Team 3. STEPHEN T. SHEA 129 Farady Street Hyde Park Ambition: Business Administra- tion, Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports Activities: Baseball 4; F.B.L.A. 4. 83 EDWARD P. SHOLES 20 Boynton Street Jamaica Plain College: Boston Business School Hobbies: Hockey Activities: Hockey 2, 4. MICHAEL S. SILVERMAN 71 Montview Street West Roxbury Ambition: Electronics Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coins, Electronics, Sports Activities: Band 1, 3, 4; Track 4; Jr. Achievement 3; Coin Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 4; Science Club 4. CHESTER E. SIMKINS III 1 Lattimore Court Roxburv Ambition: Pilot or Electronic Engineer Activities: Basketball 4; Track 2, 3; Room Captain 3; Room Council- lor 2; Jr. Achievement 3; J.E.T.S. 4. JERROLD SIROT 533 Norfork Street Mattapan Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Bowling, Sports Activities: Room Captain 4; Room Councillor 2; Office Aid 3, 4; Library Aid 3; Discussion Club 4. BRUCE A. SHER 5 Fermov Heights Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Sports Broadcaster College: Massachusetts Bav Com- munity College Hobbies: Collecting Records, Sports Activities: Honor Roll 1; Debating 4; Discussion 3, 4. LOUIS SHINE 19 Monsignor Reynold Way South End Ambition: To be Successful in Life College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports Activities: Basketball 3; F.B.L.A. 3, 4. YU SUING SHUM 17 East Springfield Street South Boston Hobbies: Sports. 84 PETER SKAPRIWSKY 293 Forest Hills Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Aeronautical Engineering College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Sports, Art Activities: Football 2; Soccer 2 3 4; J.E.T.S. 4. ROBERT G. SMITH 26 South Walter Street Roslindale Ambition: Electrician Hobbies: Sports Activities: Room Councillor 3. RICHARD A. SOMERS 2 Anawan Avenue West Roxbury Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Skiing, Sports Activities: Band, The Lost Chord (Rock) Sax; Crew 3 Letterman; Room Councillor. ANDREW SOO HOO 47 Dwight Street Boston Ambition: Electronic Technician College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Basketball, Drawing; Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Chess Club; Science Club; Biology Club. RICHARD SPAGNOLO 34 Fox Street Dorchester Ambition: Certified Public Accountant Hobbies: Bowling Activities: Record Staff 4; Soccer 3; Library Aid 4; F.B.L.A. Vice President. THOMAS J. SKAYNE 15 Locust Street Dorchester Ambition: To Work in the Field of Business Administration College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Skin Diving, Fishing, Sports Activities: Honor Roll 1; Math Club 4. DAVID E. SMITH 39 West Cottage Street Dorchester Ambition: Track Runner College: Curry College Hobbies: Playing the Guitar Activities: Band 2; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Room Cap- tain 2; Room Councillor 2; Li- brary 3; Debating Team 1. DONALD M. SPANO 167 Cottage Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Activities: Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3: Year- book Staff 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Room Councillor 4; National Honor Society 4. GREGORY J. STOM 7 Grove Street Beacon Hill Hobbies: Pocket Billiards. YAROSLOW SUCHY 1 1 Haydn Street Roslindale Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Fishing, Sports, Coin Collection Activities: Soccer 2, 3, 4. ROLAND E. SULLIVAN 32 Supple Road Dorchester Ambition: Naval Academy Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Swimming Activities: Basketball 1; Alumni Committee; E-68 Advisor; 4-H Club. RONALD G. SULLIVAN 15 Sargent Street Dorchester Ambition: Photographer College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Poetrv, Basketball. FRANK J. SZYMCZYK 829 Dorchester Avenue Dorchester Ambition: To Be a Mechanical Engineer Hobbies: Skin Divi ng, Basketball. JOHN J. TALBOT JR. 17 Littledale Street Roslindale Ambition: Business Administration College: University of Montana Activities: Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 4: Debating Club L A1I- City Band 1, 2, 3. 86 MARK YV. TEHON 27 Parkton Road Jamaica Plain Ambition: Business Administration College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Skating Activities: Honor Roll 2, 3; Nation- al Honor Society. WILLIAM T. TIERNEY 17 Meredith Street YY ' est Roxburv Ambition: Graduate College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Basketball, Ping-Pong. RICHARD T. THISTLE 550 Seventh Street South Boston Ambition: U. S. Navy Hobbies: Billiard, Models. CARL D. THOMAS 59 Bowdoin Avenue Dorchester Ambition: Industrial Management College: Uni versify of Maine Hobbies: Reading, Basketball. Football Activities: Band 2; Track 2, 3; Man- ager-4; Room Captain; Jr. Achieve- ment 2, 3; Math Club 1, 2; The- atre Club; 4-H Club; E-68 Y ' ice President. PHILLIP THOMPSON 20 Sunset Street Roxburv Ambition: Athletic Coach College: Springfield Hobbies: Basketball, Fishing, Camping Activities: Hockey 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. ROBERT Y. THORLEY 70 Lvndhurst Street Dorchester Ambition: Federal Bureau of Investigation College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Camping Activities: Honor Roll L Football 1; Crew 4. GREGORY R. TIDWELL 50 Brookway Road Roslindale Ambition: Commercial Art Field College: Massachusetts Art College Hobbies: Art, Photography Activities: Track 3; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Art Team. JOHN TORCHETTI 2 Emmett Place East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Activities: Track 1; C.Y.O. Basket- ball Baseball; Room Council- lor 1. CHRISTOPHER J. TOSNEY 1058 Bennington Street East Boston Ambition: Business Administrator College: Salem State College Hobbies: Pocket Billiards Activities: Baseball 4. CRAIG M. TOWNES 3 Durham Street Back Bav Ambition: Psychiatrist College: Hampton Institute, Virginia Hobbies: Track Activities: Track I, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN R. TRAUNSTEIN 114 Bray ton Road Brighton Ambition: Psychologist College: Boston University Activities: Lawrence Prize in V.P. CALVIN TRAYLOR 15 Morse Street Dorchester Ambition: History Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Model Ships Activities: Track 3, 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 3. STEPHEN D. TREMONTE 121 Trenton Street East Boston Ambition: Eh S. Air Force Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Swim- ming, Hockey. WILBUR C. TOLBERT 469 Albany Street South End Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentlev College Activities: Jr. Achievement 3; Nurse Aid 3. 88 JOSEPH R. VASILE 1 16 King Street Dorchester Ambition: Computor Programmer Majoring in Business Ad- ministration College: Brvant Stratton or Cambridge Schools Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Soc- cer, Coin Collecting. KENNETH D. WADE 101 Dale Street Roxbury Ambition: Y.M.C.A. Worker College: Springfield Hobbies: Football, Swimming, Guns, Camping and Fishing Activities: Track 3 Letter; E-68. GERARD A. WALSH 6 Union Avenue Jamaica Plain Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Miami Hobbies: Coin Collector Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Football 4; Room Councillor 1, 2, 3; Nurse Aid 2, 3; Office Aid 3, 4; Lib rarv Aid 2. PAUL E. WALSH 56 Creighton Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Art Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Art, Sports Activities: Football 4; Library Aid 3. JOHN A. WARD 6 Montpelier Road Dorchester Ambition: X-Rav Technician Hobbies: Cycles, Fishing, Hunting Activities: Football 1; Track 1, 4; English— 68; Room Captain 1, 2; Jr. Achievement 3; Prep Club 3, 4. ROBERT W. WATSON 60 Old Morton Street Mattapan Ambition: Music Instructor or Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming, Dancing, Cars Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Crew 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3, Vice Presi- dent 4; Office Aid 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IRVING WATTS .38 Walnut Park Roxbury Ambition: Sales Work or Have my own Business Hobbies: Art, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Gun Clubs, Archerv Activities: Record Staff 4; Tract; 3, 4; E-68 Club; Nurse Aid 4; Library Aid 4; Glee Club 4. 89 PAUL W. WHITLEY 52 St. Mark Road Dorchester Ambition: Business— Teaching College: Boston College or Uni- versity of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball. GEORGE J. WEBB 21 Brookdale Street Roslindale Ambition: Teaching College: Boston School of Business Hobbies: Fishing, Cars Activities: Nurse Aid 4; Library Aid 4. FRANCIS A. WILLEY 6 Gibson Street Dorchester Hobbies: Sports Activities: Boxing Glass 2, 3. PHILIP R. WEINBERG 755 Morton Street Mattapan Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, A.Z.A., Stamp Collecting Activities: Honor Roll 3: Chess Team 3, 4: Discussion Club 4. BERNARD P. WHITE 47 Pleasant Street Charlestown Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports. WALTER L. WHITE 55 Downer Avenue Dorchester Ambition: To go to College College: University Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports C.Y.O. Activities: Office Aid 4. ANTHONY N. M. WHITW ORTH 55 Wilcock Street Dorchester Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball. Music, Hockey Activities: Glee Club 4. 90 FREDERICK J. WILLIAMS 84 Rossett Road West Roxbury Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Rock n ' Roll Group, C.Y.O., Skiing Activities: Crew 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 4. STEPHEN C. WYMAN 23 Hallowell Street Mattapan Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Sports. DAVID F. WYNN 17a Village Court South End Ambition: Armed Forces Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Guns, Archery Activities: Track 4; Nurse Aid 4; Library Aid 4; Glee Club 4. ARNOLD K. YEE 5b Castle Court Boston Ambition: Draftsman College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports. JAMES E. WILLIAMS 26 Angel 1 Street Dorchester Ambition: To be a Businessman College: St. Austines’s College Hobbies: Drum and Bugle Corp. DENNIS G. WILSON 107 Humbolt Avenue Roxbury College: Texas Western or Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Hobbies: Track, Basketball, Football Activities: Band 3; Track 2, 3, 4 - Room Captain 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 3; Glee Club; Prep Club. LESLIE F. WILSON 42 Imrie Road Allston College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Weight lifting Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Theatre Club 4. 91 WILLIAM S. YEE 9b Emerald Court Boston Hobbies: Painting, Basketball Activities: Record Staff 4; Museum Class. THOMAS F. BISAGA 68 Landseer Street West Roxbury Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Music, Playing Drums Activities: Band 1; Chess Club 1. ROBERT T. BUSH JR. 137 Beaver Street Hyde Park Ambition: Architect College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars. Hockey, Racing Activities: Office Aid 3, 4; Assem- bly Committee 4. WILLIAM COOKE 10 Holborn Street Roxbury Hobbies: Baseball, the reading of cities. STEVEN H. DUNNING 81 Favston Street Dorchester Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Collecting Records, Horseback Riding Activities: Track 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Room Captain 3; Room Councillor 4. VINCENT QUILTY 237 Boston Street Dorchester Ambition: Aviation Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Baseball, Football Activities: Room Captain 4; Office Aid 2. STEVEN SULLIVAN 6 Brandon Road Dorchester 92 DAVID M. TALLEY 12 Powell ton Road Dorchester Ambition: To be a Successful Businessman College: Computer Institute Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming Activities: Room Captain L Club E-68, 4-H Club. RICHARD J. HACUNDA 494 Washington Street Brighton Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Golf, Swimming Activities: Coif 2, 3, 4 Captain; Jr. Achievement 3, 4; Drama Club 3. BENJAMIN LAUTMAN 82 Wildwood Street Mattapan Ambition: To be a Success College: Emerson College Hobbies: Drama, Music, Band Sports Activities: Football 2; Drama Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. HARVEY S. LINDA 37 Hosmer Street Mattapan Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Singing Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL J. McNAMARA 20 Gertrude Road West Roxbury Ambition: Field of Aeronautics College: University of Massachu- setts in Amherst Hobbies: Boating, Motor Collect- ing, Coin Collecting Activities: Band 3, 4; " Jr. Achieve- ment 3. PAUL J. NORIS 11 Wachusett Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Accountant College: Prep School Hobbies: Baseball. WILLIAM H. O’CONNELL 8 Howard Place Dorchester Ambition: Certified Public Ac- countant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Coins, Music, Cars Activities: Track 1, 2; Honor Roll 1 GLYNN F. ALEXANDER 24 Montpelier Road Dorchester Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Michigan State Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Singing Activities: Honor Roll 1. CLIFTON S. AMMIDOWN 24 Whitman Street Dorchester Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Swimming, Cars, Football Activities: Band 1; Honor Roll 1; Track 3; Crew 3. JOHN L. BASKERVILLE 10 York Street Dorchester Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Cars. ROBERT D. BRIDEAU 158 Eustis Street Roxbury Ambition: U.S. Air Force Hobbies: Weight lifting. CLESTER BROWN 55 Codman Park Roxbury Hobbies: Coin Collecting Activities: Band 1; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Library Aid 4. ANTHONY J. CAFANO 104 George Street Roxbury Ambition: Teacher College: California Tech. Hobbies: Surfing, Skydiving, Skindiving Activities: Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2. MICHAEL CAPONIGRA JR. 74 Liverpool Street East Boston Ambition: Accounting College: Bentley College. LANCE A. ALIZIO 19 Cranston Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Marines. MARIO A. ARANDA 62 Oak Street Hyde Park Ambition: Artist, Drummer, Travel. WARREN V. BRESSETT 42 Robinwood Avenue Jamaica Plain Ambition: Lawyer Hobbies: Hunting, Sports, Music Activities: Band 2, 3, 4 Captain; Crew 2. BERNARD BROWN 63 Dewey Street Dorchester Ambition: Systems Designer Analvst Hobbies: Track, Basketball Activities: Track 2, 4. MELVIN L. BULLOCK 2933 Washington Street Dorchester Ambition: Trade College Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football, Parties. STEVEN A. CALAPAI 124 Pleasant Street Dorchester Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Boston Business School Hobbies: Sports. PETER CHAN 196 St. Botolph Street, Apt. 1 Boston Ambition: To be a Historian College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, Soccer, Basketball, Photography. KENNETH A. CHISHOLM JR. 78 Woodbole Avenue Mattapan Ambition: Teacher College: Murray State, Kentucky Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Hockey, Skiing Activities: Hockey 1, 3. 94 PAUL A. COOK 1 1 Brandon Avenue Dorchester College: Columbia University Hobbies: Violin, German Activities: Honor Roll 3; Record Staff 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4. WALTER CUSACK 39 Margot Road Brighton Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston College Hobbies: Water Skiing, Surfing, Snow Skiing Activities: Hockey 3, 4. GEORGE W. DEANE 1 1 Antrim Street East Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Salem State Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming, Dancing. JAMES P. DENSMORE 350 Gallivan Boulevard Dorchester Ambition: Certified Public Accountant, or Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Swimming. BENJAMIN P. DiCENSO 440 Hanover Street North End Ambition: Computer Programmer College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Fishing, Football Activities: Jr. Achievement 1; Nurse Aid 4. RICHARD C. DOMINIQUE 14 Dawes Street Dorchester Ambition: College Hobbies: Hockey, Basketball, Weight lifting. Boxing, Judo. EUGENE P. COVINO 241 Lexington Street East Boston Ambition: Business Executive College: Miami University Hobbies: Skiing, Boating, Skindiving. ALBERT DAVIS 7 Fairland Street Roxbury College: University of Massachusetts. JESSE L. DELOACH 20 Morley Street Roxbury Ambition: Medical School, Doctor, to be a Success College: Brarideis University Hobbies: Music, Writing Activities: Room Captain 4. PAUL A. DEVER 40 O’Callaghan Way South Boston College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Reading Activities: Baseball 2, 3; Football 2, 3. JEROLD S. DOBROY 304 Commonwealth Avenue Back Bay College: Boston University Hobbies: M usic Activities: Honor Roll 1; Room Captain 1. MICHAEL J DOOLEY 352 Centre Street Dorchester ROBERT A. DRESSLER Ambition: Telephone Company 1 1 Clarkwood Street Hobbies: Sports. Mattapan Ambition: Artist College: Vespa George, School of Practical Art Hobbies: Art, Skeetshooting, Bowling. Hunting, Fishing. DOUGLAS S. DUCHARME 19 Clark Street North End FRED ENTZMINGER Ambition: College 98 Howard Avenue Hobbies: Cars, Sports. Dorchester College: Brandeis University Hobbies: Basketball, Reading Activities: Track 4. 95 RICHARD L. EVANS 33 Monsignor Reynolds Way Boston Hobbies: Cars JOHN R. FIGLIOLINI 219 Lexington Street East Boston Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Hockey, Football, Boats, Cars, Swimming JOHN E, FIUMARA 77 Wyman Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Electronics College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Stereos, Guitar, Electronics KENNETH R. FORTE 6 Cleveland Place North End Ambition: Marine Corps Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Billiards Activities: Football 3 MICHAEL P. GIANNI 32 Atkins Street Brighton College: Mississippi State University Hobbies: Mountain Climbing, Sky diving Activities: Room Councillor 3; Jr. Achievement 2, 3; Office Aid 3; Coin Club 1 RONALD FANTASIA 211 Faywood Avenue East Boston Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University DENNIS L. FISH 199 Webster Street East Boston College: Boston State College Hobbies: Coin Collecting ROBERT A. FORD JR. 107 Devon Street Dorchester Ambition: Certified Public Accountant College: Bentlev College Hobbies: Boxing, Dancing, Music Activities: Track 2; Room Captain 2 GARY W. FORTES 170 Callender Street Dorchester Ambition: Businessman College: Cambridge School of Business Hobbies: Reading JOEL M. GOODMAN 29 Donald Road Dorchester Ambition: Psychologist or Social Worker College: U ndeeided Hobbies: Folk Music, Bowling, Red Cross GERALD B. GRIFFITHS 36 Brookledge Street Dorchester Ambition: Go on to Another School Hobbies: Music NICHOLAS HAHAL1S 130 Day Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Teacher of Foreign Languages Hobbies: Learning Foreign Languages Activities: Soccer 3, 4 DOMINIC CIARRATANI ROBERT S. GRAFFAM 222 North Street North End College: Wentworth Institute or Northeastern University EDWARD C. GUIMOND 34 F Street South Boston Ambition: U.S. Armed Forces 96 RONALD A. HOWELL 5 Bilodeau Road Dorchester Ambition: Computer Technician College: Computer Institute Hobbies: Building Radios and other Electrical Devices Activities: Honor Roll 2; Room Captain 2; Library 3 GEORGE J. HUNT 68 Homestead Street Dorchester Ambition: Drafting PAUL J. JENNINGS 47 Brookford Street Dorchester Ambition: Doctor College: Saint Michael s Hobbies: Sports CROAL L. JOHNSON 31 Mount Pleasant Avenue Roxbury Ambition: Air Force and then on to College College: Texas A N I Hobbies: Swimming, Bowling, Table Tennis WILFRED N. JOHNSON 215 Walnut Avenue Roxbury Ambition: Engineer College: Syracuse University Hobbies: Model Rocketry Activities: Track 2, 3 JAMES KANE 68 Granger Street Dorchester Ambition: Musical Career College: Universitv of Michigan Hobbies: Reading, Acting MELVIN E. HUBERT 8 Academy Court Roxbury Ambition: Insurance Broker College: North Western University Hobbies: Cabinet Making, Coin Collecting, Sculpturing Activities: Jr. Achievement 2, 3 ELBERT B. HUNTER JR. 98 Heath Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: To Succeed in Life College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Surfing EVERAD E. JOHN 24 Angell Street Dorchester DONALD M. JOHNSON 7 Bicknell Street Dorchester College: University of Massachusetts JOHN A. KAMINSKI 15 Cleveland Place North End Ambition: Clerical Worker Hobbies: Coin Collector, Swimming MICHAEL KENNEDY FRANCIS A. K1LROY 71 Hastings Street West Roxbury Ambition: Work in Data Processing or Electronics College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Motorcycles JOHN P. KORKUTIS 18 Edison Green Dorchester Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Playing Sports, Rock n ' Roll Band Activities: Baseball 2, 3 WILLIAM J. KIMBALL 39 Gwinnett Street Hyde Park Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern LTniversitv Hobbies: Photography, Basketball, Golf, Coin Collec g 97 THOMAS B. A. KOWALIK 30 West Dedham Street South End Ambition: Commercial Artist or Art Teacher College: Boston Commercial Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Records, Soul Music, Travel Activities: Freshman Basketball Captain 1 WALTER J. LAYDEN 63 Forest Street Roxbury Ambition: Engineer College: Boston State College Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Baseball PALL LEM BO WINTHROP G. LLOYD 30 Alaska Street Roxbury Ambition: To be a good Citizen College: Lincoln Hobbies: Basketball JOHN LLTTRELL MARK LYNCH 101 Dakota Street Dorchester Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Skating, Swimming JOHN F. MAHER 20 Haxelmere Road Roslindale Ambition: Technician for a Radio Station College: Cambridge School of Radio Hobbies: Working with Sound Equipment Activities: Football L Track 1; Swimming 2; Room Captain 2; Glee Club 4 james h. McIntyre 16 Clifford Street Roxbury Ambition: Social Worker College: Undecided Activities: Chess Club 3, 4; Football 2; Drama Club 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3; Discussion Club 3, 4; All-City Chorus 3, 4 MARK V. LASHUA 142 O Street South Boston Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Cars, Sailing, Hunting Activities: Jr. Achievement 3; Office Aid 3, 4 DANIEL J. LEARY 44 Hilsdale Street Dorchester Hobbies: Basketball Activities: Track 2 JOHN F. LEWIS KHOON C. LOW 255 Shawmut Avenue Suffolk Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology or North- eastern University. Hobbies: Reading, Corresponding, Swimming, Games PETER LYDON WILLIAM MAGNER paul t. McCarthy 78 Grampian Way Dorchester Ambition: Postal Service Hobbies: Skiing, Football, Basketball 98 RICH VRD G. McRAE 240 Waldemaa Avenue East Boston College: Northeastern University Hobbies: ( iuitar ELLIOTT N. MELAD 50 Evelyn Street Mattapan Ambition: Interior Decorating College: Art School Hobbies: Drawing, Painting, Football. Baseball Activities: Drama Club 3, 4: Discussion 3, 4; Theatre Club 3, 4 JOHN W. MEANLY 81 Montebello Road Jamaica Plain Ambition: Mechanical Engineer Hobbies: Racing, Stock Cars, Building Stock Cars Activities: Office Aid 3, 4 THOMAS L. MERIANO 18 Wiget Street North End ARNOLD E. MILLS 2A Castle Square Court South End Ambition: Singing, Dancing, Music FREDRICK C. MOORE 41 Greenock Street Dorchester Ambition: I B M. Technician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Writing ALBERT NELSON, JR. 33 Halworthey Street Roxburv Hobbies: Basketball EDWARD J. NUGENT 75 Moore Street East Boston Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Motorcyclist, Drag Racing, Cars HARALAMPUS PANTISIDIS 118 Union Park Street South End Ambition: Scientist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Drawing GEORGE T. PETERS 1462 Washington Street South End Ambition: Automotive Engineer College: Lincoln University Hobbies: Basketball, Track, Swimming Activities: Basketball 1, 3; Track 2; Jr. Achievement 3 PHILIP J. MOLIGNANO 39 Clark Street Boston ROBERT D. MOUNT 88 Academy Terrance Roxburv Hobbies: Basketball, Painting STEVEN J NELSON 1 1 Pond Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Research Scientist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming, Diving. Activities: Track Senior Manager 4: Chess Club 4 LAWRENCE J. O ' TOOLE 100 Joyce-Hayes Wav South Boston Ambition: Commercial Artist or Art Teacher College: Undecided Hobbies: Reading, Drawing, Painting Activities: Yearbook Staff 4; Latin Club 2; Key Club 2. 3 STEPHEN H. PARTELLO 8 Varney Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Rocketry, Football, Baseball 99 MICHAEL J. PETERSON 71 Paul Gore Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Success College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Basketball, Motorcycles, Cars Activities: Basketball 1; Office Aid 2, 3 EDWARD J. PUOPOLO 18 Cooper Court North End Ambition: Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: Basketball, Football MICHAEL W. REID 9 Maybrook Street Dorchester Ambition: Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: Basketball Activities: Track 2 AARON R. RICHARDSON 8 Warner Street Dorchester Ambition: To be a Success College: Undecided Hobbies: Music, Guitar, Sports. Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2 RICHARD J. SAITTA 58 Walford Way Charlestown Ambition: History Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Swimming, Football Activities: Football 3 MICHAEL T. POLCARI 63 Brooksdale Road Brighton Ambition: Undecided College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports cars. Motorcycles ROBERT J. PUOPOLO 9 Prince Street North End Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Undecided Hobbies: Sports JAMES L. RICHARDS 109 Lonsdale Street Dorchester Ambition: U.S. Marines Hobbies: Track, Swimming Activities: Track 2, 3, 4 LAWRENCE O. ROSENFIELD 1 1 Sutton Street Mattapan Ambition: Data Processing College: Undecided Hobbies: Baseball JEAN-SEBASTIEN SARDO 39 Tileston Street North End Ambition: Languages College: Middlebury College Hobbies: Rugby, Sailing, Scuba Diving, Skiing HAROLD SOUTHER 29 Forbes Street Boston ALBERT S. SCAPEROTTI 20 Baldwin Place North End Ambition: Marines Hobbies: Sports WILLIAM J. STELLA 49 Ridgeview Avenue Mattapan Ambition: Teacher College: State College at Boston Hobbies: Guitar, Records, Reading WALTER F. SWAZDGWICH 442 Dudley Street Roxbury Ambition: Accountant College: Salem State College Hobbies: Pocket Billiards JACK L. TATE 16 Dunreath Street Roxburv Ambition: Social Worker College: Shaw University Hobbies: Billiards, Basketball, Baseball. Football, “Sweet- honies.” THOMAS TAYLOR 54 Bower Street Roxbury Hobbies: Sports MICHAEL J. TIERNEY 17 Meredith Street West Roxbury Ambition: To Get a P.H.D. College: Northeastern University or Boston College Activities: Honor Roll 4; F.B.L.A. 4 MENSEZ D. THORNTON 14 Sheperd Avenue Roxbury Ambition: History Major Activities: Cross Country, Track and Hurdles 2, 3 FRANCIS W. TUOHEY 50 St. Alphnsus Street Roxbury Ambition: Elementary School Teacher College: State Hobbies: Swimming, Reading Activities: Honor Roll 2 JAMES P. WALSH 29 Dunster Road Jamaica Plain Ambition: Reporter College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Football FREDRICK W. WEBSTER 90 Appleton Street South End Ambition: Undecided College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Football, Basketball CRAIG A. WILLIAMS 65 McLellan Street Dorchester Ambition: Business Management or Physics, Teacher Hobbies: Basketball Activities: Basketball, Track; Room Captain 2 THOMAS R. TERWILLIGER 18A Paul Place South End Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports, Basketball, Football, Baseball ROBERT B. THOMPSON 31 Alaska Street Roxbury Ambition: Lawyer Hobbies: Weapons, Studying, Sports Activities: Track 1, 2; Jr. Achievement 3, 4 WILLIAM TRODDEN 246 Lamartine Street Jamaica Plain Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Power Boat Racing MICHAEL J. URICH 28 Nottingham Street Dorchester Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Piano MARTIN J. WALSH 8 Wilcutt Road Dorchester Ambition: Electronics Technician College: Northeast Institute Hobbies: C ars. Sports, Rock n ' Roll Groups, Electronics Activities: Track 4 EARL P. WEST 60 Annunciation Road Roxbury Ambition: Air Force Mechanic 101 Class President Football Captain Reginald Bird Robert Aldridge 101 When you come into Room 101, the first thing von notice is Mr. " Big Daddy” Dechayne, faculty advisor for the Record, sitting on his king ' s throne, calling out " 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 15 seconds, 20 seconds; I’m waiting! " to see how long we have to stav after when the 2:45 hell rings. Then your eyes meet civilization as you notice: Reginald Bird, President of the Senior Class, Captain of the basketball team, and Room Councillor; Ted Bickoff, a member of the Executive Committee; Robert Aldridge, Captain of the football team; Philip Bennett, President of the Athletic Captains; Ronald Azzone, Sports Ed- itor for the Yearbook; and several other distinguished members from a variety of clubs and activities at English High School. Mike Browne Mr. William Adler Mr. Peter Mullen 102 As you walk into Room 102, you hear the cry of Mr. Peter Mullen, “Celester, let’s get this Student Activity Fund cleared up!” Mr. Mullen is one of the Lord and Mas- ters of Room 102. The other, Mr. William Adler, a competent English teacher, has his work cut out for him. Mr. Adler runs things in Room 102. His toughest job is trying to keep Bernard Brown for detention. In 102, we have Mike Browne, center of the football team. Mike was the best football player from 102 this year. Bob Bravboy is our Room Captain, while Alan Cabit is Room Councillor and secretary for the Student Council. James Caldarelli is a top man on the Math Team and Cel- ester Brown tries harder. As we close we leave Mr. Mullen still trying to get the last two dollars from Celester. Football Crew Capt am Mr. Robert Sheridan 103 As our fearless leader we have the one, the only Mr. Robert “Ranger” Sheridan, who is getting grey hairs over our fees. We have many illustrious sportsmen in our room, such as: Kevin “Lou " Crimlisk, plaver, and Tonv Comerford, manager, of the Hockey Team. As for Basketball, there are Frank Cleary, sec- ond string forward, and Richard Collings, another manager and our Room Councillor. The Crew Team is represented by the Captain, Robert “Harpo” Coakley and one F. T. Cullen. Robert Coaklev 104 Andrew Dallas Mr. Russell Langley 104 If you’re sitting in Room 104 at about 8:50 what do you see? Usually a lot of empty chairs. You see, we hold the record for tardiness. Slowly, but surely, however, faces start to show. Dave Daugherty, a fine football player, is the first to show up. A few steps behind are Benny Diaz, Captain of the Drill Team, and Charles Curry, a member of our Track Team. Andy Dallas, one of English High’s undefeated Soccer Team stars walks in about this time. Finally, at nine on the nose, Wally Cusack, one of our hockey players, rounds out the room. Quite often our leader, Russell Langley, gets in a nice threat that he will be around until 4:30 if anyone wants to join him. Then we start another long day of classes. Hockey Peter Galvin As we cross the threshold of perhaps the “quiet- est” Senior Homeroom, made quiet by its Lord and Master, Mr. Richard Willits, we notice some of its outstanding members. First, we see our prominent Room Councillor, Steve Dunning and Room Captain, Bob Galanek. Next, we notice, resting in his humble nest, Ron- ald Fantasia in a deep sleep; perhaps wondering if he will ever find his way to first period. Walking westward toward out “Castle’s” windows, we find a discussion going on between our two outstanding hockey players, Peter Galvin and John Glennon. They seem to be arguing about who scored the most goals this season. Behind these two, a sneaky but loyal school photographer, Robert Ferris, can Mr. Richard Willits 107 ?t- be seen in the front corner. rd Looking to the back of the room, we focus upon ne Tom Engram, center of the EHS football team. This man of scholastic achievement and athletic r, prowess is also a member of the National Honor k. Society and Yearbook Staff here. Traveling to the n- front of the room to talk to our master, we come :ig upon a pair of boxing gloves hanging from the ig wall. These belong to the “Sugar Rav” of Room id 107 and EHS, Robert Ford. :ig The members of 107 now leave their “hush” m. and quietude to the Seniors of next vear and we fie hope that they will continue to maintain this state ky of Peace and Tranquility. 106 Steve Hvman 108 This is the room of “Mighty Mo” who, in the past year, has grown another chin. He is our great leader in what may be the proudest room in the school. We believe we can say proud merely by looking at the accomplishments of our students. We have Howard Hillman, Charley Holmes, Ed Jankowsky, Sam Grozalsky, and Maynard Gregory. We have Dan Hurley as our Room Captain, who is also secretary of the Student Council, and May- nard Gregory as the Room Councillor. He is also Mr. Edwin Mosher Co-Editor of the EHS Record. The room’s only athletic standout is Nick Hahalis, who stars on our championship soccer team. Incidentally, in the In- tramural basketball, we would have had a perfect record had we won a game. Steve Hyman, Secre- tary of the F.B.L.A., leads in the business world. Our military leader is Willis Hargrove, who is a member of the Drill Team. Last, but not least, we leave a five-year’s supply of PAYSANS to Mr. Mosher from Room 108. N.H.S. Mr. Anthony Dileso Accompanying the 8:50 room-tardy bell is the highly audible sound of Mr. Dileso informing us of his mathematical prowess. At the sound of “counting, gentlemen!”, the likes of Arthur Jones and Paul Jennings meander to their seats, hoping to evade the cold stare of our “fearless leader” and trying to make Barry Gold take their names off the absence list. The rush is now on for those in the class who have not done their homelessons to find those who have and for those who have to hide their homeles- sons from those who have not. The Goldsteins, “Twiggy” McDonough, Paul Cedrone and other members of the “Better-during-B Schedule-than- never” Club offer pleas laden with desperation which are at a competing volume with Al Marrero and his group “Up-From”. Aside from these individuals, we have those, such as Paul Matt, Donald Johnson, and Frank Martin, who are steadily getting hoarse telling their class- mates of their intentions of not wanting to stay af- ter school that night. Mr. Dileso, seeking to “turn it off”, yells for si- lence from that chief culprit, “McClaffertv”, but his attempts are only met with uproarious laughter from Karl Adams, Steve Drago, Dan Leary, and Calvin Chin. This shatters the slumber of Mike Mc- Donough, who is trying to ease his persistent “head- ache " , one way or another. This is not to be, for “Benito” again lashes out verbally to Charlie Mattera and Lino Mascio, who are in a heated discussion over the benefits and dis- advantages of being a resident of East Boston or the North End. Mr. Dileso fails in his attempts, for the 9:45 bell has rung and the room is left in a heap of newspa- pers, tangled chairs and tables, and a warm feeling of friendship permeates the air of Room 112. 108 Football Larrv Karalexis Mr. Herbert McCarthy 113 In Sgt. McCarthy’s platoon of Room 113, we have many various sports participants. Among them, there is George Krasowski, who is the Captain of the Swim Team. Also Larry Karalexis, who was a stand-out for the football team and the baseball team. We also have boys in other different activities, such as the Glee Club, Golf Team, Discussion Club, and the Debating Team. And, of course, there is Mark Lashua, who is at the Tardy Desk. That’s why we have the lowest tardy record in the school. In every Home Room there has to be a clown, and ours is Arnold Kawadler, who has been nicknamed the “Duck”. 109 116 Student Council Yon Lee Science Club Leonard Mangone In the past, Homeroom 116 has been a quiet and silent Senior Room. This year the atmosphere hasn ' t changed at all. Yet the room has a marvelous cross-section of the student body; truly rep- resentative of the Senior Class. Noted as the room with one of the lowest rates in Student Activity Fund and class dues, somehow Room 1 1 6 manages to take the leading parts in several student ac- tivities. Mark Manski and Joe Maekin are the President and Vice President respectively of the Math Club. Leonard Mangone is a member of the Science Club and Joe Malis is on the Chess Club. Wayne Lucas belongs to the Cross-Country Track Team and Francis Lyons is a member of the F.B.L.A. We have Yon Lee, who is on the Student Council and has been in the Science Fairs. Four seats in 116 are taken by members of the National Honor Society. This room also houses musclemen: William Lehmann, Mike Liotta, and Paul Manning, of the football and crew teams. The room is privileged to have a hockey player, Tom Lovett, and five members of the Band and Glee Club— Jim Leland, Jim Leonard, Paul Leung, Harvey Linda and Joe Lunney. We also have the top mathema- ticians of the Senior Class. We think. . . . We KNOW that 116 is the best Homeroom of them all. Math Club 110 Mark Manski Mr. Frank Repetto Mr. Henrv Dionisio 117 Welcome to “Run For Your Life”. You may ask why such a name for a Home Room. Our Home Room advisor, Mr. Henry Dionisio, is very strict on having stu- dents in their seats on time. So many of us have to do a lot of running. Those of us who arrive late have to stay after school for five minutes for every minute late. Some of us spend most of our time staying after school. Some of us come in so late that we have to spend the night here. The reason for Mr. Dionisio’s strict discipline is that he is the coach of our cham- pionship track team. Also, we have two managers in this Home Room, “Speedy Joe Nevils and “Power House” Morehouse. Included in our collection of heroes are: Phil Malignano and Minano, both members of the East Boston Underground; Mike Mourad, our athletic captain, who represents the “Arabs " of EHS at the U.N. We have Paul McKenna, who works for the Yearbook and for Playboy as a sideline, and also nourishes on three lunches a day. Also in our room is Eugene Muzyka, Vice President of the Senior Class, a student government representative, and our Home Room Councillor. There is also a list of unmentionables. Rock n’ Roll, his line of work and our answer to Enzo Stuarti and Frank Sinatra, Mr. Repetto, English High’s singing idol. Mr. Joseph Sheehan Mr. Ernest Green 118 Welcome to “The Johnny Carson Show”, coming to you live from Room 118. Our guest hosts are the comedy team of Sheehan and Green. Co-starring Mike Picariello, Room Councillor; Sol Oven, Athletic Captain; and Kenneth Noyes, Editor of the Year- book, who is never in Home Room but is an integral part of this great outfit. We really think you will enjoy today’s program. You will witness such things as; Ed Pearson coming in on time, Paul Perkins keeping quiet, Johnny Penta finding his desk and other extraordinary feats, such as William Pardi being tardy. All in all, you must admit that 118 is the greatest. You must! You must! You . . . Yearbook Kenneth Noves 112 Norman Richard Mr. Robert Dennehy 119 The team from Home Room 119 supports a cast of all-stars. Cap- tain and “fearless leader " of this team Mr. Dennehy, who has kept it intact from the opening whistle to the final gun. The Room Councillor from 119 is Alan Platt and the Room Cap- tain is Rill Rahall. Norm Richard, another member of our team, is the Captain of the swimming team and George Protasawicki is Captain of the soccer squad. Also on our team is an intellectual all- star named Victor Rndis. Finally, we have a special award to give to Carl Roan of our Home Room. Carl has completely shattered all records for tardiness and will receive a solid-gold tardy slip for this achievement. f ♦ Track David Smith Mr. John Creedon 217 A day with Mr. Creedon and his boys would drastically change your whole outlook on life. Think of all the fun you have missed! David Smith, a five-time track speedster, has just turned in his 69th tardy slip for this year. Up at the front of the room, Eddie Sholes is practicing slap-shots on Mr. Creedon’s desk. The N.H.S. boys have been set aside in the far comer, so as not to disturb the “East Bos- ton” and “North End " boys who are busy stamping grape in Mr. Creedon’s locker. Jean Sardo has just entered the room, shouted “Bonjour ” and kissed Saitta on the tip of his nose. The co-authors of this informative iconoclast, Jim Russell and Phil Salhaney, are busy copying each others’ homework assignments. Our ruler, Mr. John “Good Guy” Creedon saunters happily to his throne, and with a voice of authority commands us, “Make the day a little better for your being here.” % . rm Football Mr. Eugene DiGirolamo Phil Thompson 218 The Home Room advisor in Room 218 is Mr. DiGirolamo, lov- ingly called “Mr. Di”, who will “vibrate” anyone who disturbs his mind. We are the school champs when it comes to late attendance sheets. On the National Honor Society we have Donald Spano and Mark Tehan. In the athletic department we have football star Phil Thompson on our side. Our room captains are: Richard Somers, Donald Spano, and John Talbot. We leave our beloved 218, with sympathy for Mr. Di and hope that he will never get a home room class like us again. 115 Track Mr. Charles McGowan Last, but certainly not least, we come to Charley McGowan’s happy farm. We re open weekdays from 9:00 to 3:00; but in most cases Mr. Mc- Gowan enjoys our company so much, he keeps us until 4:00. This is espe- cially difficult on Wednesdays, when the Chess Team comes in one bv one and the Home Room team tries to sneak out one by one. Poor Mr. Mc- Gowan tries desperately to send an accurate attendance sheet to the office on time but, by the time he finishes it, it looks like a crossword puzzle. On Friday, we quietly (under the boss’s direction, of course) put our chairs on top of our desks, but as soon as the dismissal bell rings, the chairs are down on the floor again because of the stampede. Now, don’t get us wrong. Room 219 isn ' t always in a shambles. NO— once or twice a week the whole gang gets together where we have, “to name a few”: our honor students— Leslie Wilson and Philip Weinberg; our crew team members— Robert Watson and Fred Williams; our track team mem- bers— Dennis Wilson and Bernie White. We also have members of “The Lost Chord” and “The Conspiracy”. Everv year Mr. McGowan manages to get a spirited, energetic Home Room, but this year he out-did himself. Good Luck to you on next year’s Home Room. You’ll certainly need it after this year! Crew Bernard White 219 116 Fred W illiams yearbook KENNETH R. NOYES Editor-in-Chief MR. RUSSELL LANGLEY Faculty Advisor Well, once again the “Mission Impossible” Force has triumphed by putting together the finest, newest, and freshest Yearbook that English High School has ever seen. This could not have been done without the work of the following members of the staff: Ken Noyes, “Editorius Rex”; jack Connolly, assistant edi- tor; Bernie Doyle, biography editor; Ronnie Azzone, sports editor; and Mike Picariello, photography edi- tor. Also, this year, the staff was gifted enough to have the finest, Professional Photographer possible in the guise of Robbie Ferris. This hand-picked staff worked very hard, day and night, sacrificing lunches, and cutting classes to bring you the ULTIMATE in new ideas in Yearbook design. This is our first year with The American Yearbook Company, and we are glad to welcome them to our side. And so, we pre- sent to you a record of our effort and achievements while here at English High School. 118 BERNARD DOYLE Biography Editor SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS Lawrence O Toole Donald Spano Alan Palder Robert Coakley ROBERT FERRIS Chief Photographer RONALD AZZONE Sports Editor MICHAEL PICARIELLO Photography Editor Seated: R. Azzone, J. Connolly, K. Noves, B. Doyle, M. Picariello Standing: J. Abraham, J. Flaherty, A. Perlo, P. Elmuts, R. Ferris, A. Cusher, T. Engram, J. Kirstein, R. McCoy, P. Mc- Kenna, B. Diaz. The Glorious Staff National Honor Society 1st row: Mr. Dileso (advisor); J. Connolly, P. Matt, R. Shandler, Y. Lee, L. Mangone, S. Klein. S. Oven, M. Kaftan, J. Malis 2nd. Row: F. T. Cullen; M. Manski, B. Gold; J. Morehouse, A. Palder, J. Abramson, K. Noves, D. Spano, W. Austin, R. Chin 3rd row: T. Connors; S. Bourmaian, M. Tehan, P. Cedrone, P. Weinberg, T Engrain, V. Rudas, R. Keel, N. Polack, A. Nichols. OFFICERS Francis T. Cullen President Mark Manski Vice President Thomas Connors Secretary Steven Klein Treasurer 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 Hospital last December. This program featured Rock n ' Roll music and the distribution of gifts to the children. At school, the National Honor Society has orga- nized a tutoring program open to all boys who de- sire help in any school subject. The Society would like to thank Mr. Dileso for his fine help in making the NHS a success. Math Club The Math Club meets every Wednesday morning during B Schedules under the guidance of Mr. M illiam Themistocles. Accomplishments made by the club are the improvement of the student’s fun- damental and the formation of a team that plays against other high schools in a league. This team has played such schools as Boston Latin, Boston Tech, Brookline High, Newton High, Newton South, and many others. The Math Club also helps students to achieve better scores and results on both school tests and the SAT ' s. Mark Manski . Joseph Maekin Calvin Chin . . Paul Cedrone . OFFICERS President Vice President Treasurer . . Secretary 121 Chess Club Webster defines chess as “a game for 2 players each of whom moves his 16 pieces according to fixed rules across a checkerboard and tries to checkmate his opponent’s king.” Trying to achieve this goal provides hours of enjoyment and mental relaxation for the members of the Chess Club. The desire to make the Chess Team, composed of the ten best players, constantly provides an incentive for improvement which is achieved only through the many hours of constant practice undertaken by each member. In this fast moving, scientific world, man must be able to sit back for a while and relax. Bv knowing how to play chess he has at his disposal an excellent tool for ac- complishing this desire. We would like to extend our thanks to our Faculty Advisor, Mr. Charles Mc- Gowan, for so unselfishly devoting his time and knowledge for the success of the club. Seated: V. Rudis. J. Duban, Mr. McGowan (Advisor), F. Cullen, F. Martin. Standing: A. Yee, S. Grant, A. Perlo, P. Battaglia, P. Weinberg, T. Connors, S. Nelson, A. Fortunka, A. Cusher, W. Dillon. 122 United Nations Trip On the 27th of November, 1967, 104 students and six members of the faculty made a memorable trip to the United Nations. This was the largest group that ever attended this annual pilgrimage. We were protected from the New York City traffic by the fol- lowing members of the Faculty: Messrs. Creedon, Doherty, Mullan, DiGirolamo, Langley, and Dileso. At 8 a. m. we boarded our special reserved cars at South Station and were on our way. We arrived at New York’s Penn Station at approximately 12:30 p.m., where we boarded two buses and were whisked off through the streets of New York to the U.N. Upon ar- riving at the building, we were split into six smaller groups, each headed by a teacher. Our guides then took us on an interesting hour-long tour of the Security Council, Trusteeship Council, Social and Economic Council, and then to the General Assembly, where the tour ended. After everyone had had time to purchase souvenirs, we met with Mr. Souheil Chammas of Lebanon who gave a brief lecture and then answered questions from the students. When we left the U.N., we boarded our buses once again and headed straight for Mama Leone’s, where we were lavished with deli- cious food. After a long train ride, we arrived in Boston at 12:40 a.m. “HOW ABOUT WASHINGTON IN THE SPRING!” Numismatic Club It is the purpose of the Numismatic Club to instill in each member a broader understanding of United States Coinage, a field which when studied correctly reflects not only the type of coin used during a particular period of history but that period of history itself, its economy, its people and its foreign relations. OFFICERS James Duban President Mark Manski Vice President Paul Matt Secretary John Coyne Treasurer Ted Fink Sergeant-at-Arms Seated: P. Matt, J. Duban, Mr, Krutter (Advisor), M. Manski, J. Covne. Standing: S. Klein, R. Whit- marsh, S. Oven, N. Thompson, A. Cabit, S. Phillips, R. Kraiterman, T. Fink. 124 Future Business Leaders Of America First Row: B. Diaz, J. Coleman, C. Millet, E. Ambrose, D. Husak, G. Searles, R. Spagnolo. Second Row: J. Sirot, R. Galanek, S. Hyman, P. Rogers, R. Cummings, T. Comerford. Third Row: J. Grana, R. Dominique, B. Lautman, T. Murphy, J. Roberts, Mr. Gustin (Advisor). Fourth Row: M. Collins, S. Shea, T. Rvan, W. Scannell, G. Pitts, M. Tierney. 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 that it presents. Under the direction of Mr. Gustin, the club has gone on a very interesting trip to the General Motors plant in Framingham. OFFICERS Francis Lydon President Richard Spagnolo Vice President Steven Hyman Secretary John Roberts Treasurer 125 Drill Team The English High School drill team is one of the best teams by far. For teamwork there is no other team that can match ours. English may have lost the Thanksgiving Day game, but for the Drill Team, Captain Diaz came up with a new way of coming out onto the field. For the past ten years, English used the same procedure, but with the help of his fellow men, Diaz went home with The Blue and Blue colors. Oh, No! Art Team Each year the Art Team has been called upon for many assignments. Utilizing many talents, the team prepares posters, signs, covers, and paintings. These materials are used for school assemblies and Home and School functions. Other projects the team has undertaken are the produc- tion of home room signs, teacher’s name tags for open house, and cheerlead- ers’ horns. The aim of the team is to promote 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. The team would like to express its gratitude to their advisor, Mr. Greyser, for his fine help. 127 Discussion Club First Row: T. Fink. L. Mangone, Mr. Creedon (advisor), II Vbramson, T. Engram. Second Row: A. Platt, M. Gregory, F. Cullen, A. Palder, A. Deitch, J. Sirot, P. Weinberg, E. Muzyka. Third Row: J. Malis, S. Kokoros, A. Rostoff, S. Klein, R. Kraiterman. J. McIntyre. The Discussion Club meets every Monday under the direction of Mr. John Creedon. The club enables students to discuss problems confronting us as a peo- ple, whether they be of a municipal, national, or in- ternational nature. Its second function is to allow its members to represent the school at various conven- tions and gatherings. Several topics that have aroused much student in- terest are the War in Viet Nam, the Penal System, and the Pueblo Crisis. The club also prepares the an- nual United Nations trip to New York which is spon- sored by the History Department. This vear the club was able to attend the Youth Citizenship Conference at Boston State College, the Seminars on Foreign Policy at Boston College, the World Aff airs Council in Boston, and the model Uni- ted Nations Assemblies. OFFICERS Herbert Abramson President John Coyne Secretary 128 Rocket Society Alan Rostoff, Mr. James Keaney (Advisor), Alan Shanler. The Rocket Society is a club that was initiated just this year so that interested stu- dents could study rocketry. The club’s aim has been “to get off the ground ' ’ and thus far they have “risen three feet " . The club members study forces and orbital motion, and also the construction of rockets. As a group, the club has made no launches, but individual members have done so on their own. OFFICERS Richard Shanler Robert Whitmarsh Alan Rostoff Ralph Overman President Vice President . . . Treasurer Range Officer 129 Record Staff In spite of the work that the Record staff has done, we have decided to include them in the Yearbook. Seriously, the Record has enabled all English High School boys to participate in the field of journalism since 1885. Unlike a school newspaper, the Record stresses literature and poetry, and tries to promote the literary efforts of the student body. Yon Lee Maynard Gregory Mark Manski . . . Robert Ferris . . . Co-Editor Co-Editor Distribution Editor . . . . Photographer Seated: J. Abbott, F. Cullen, Mr. Dechavne (Advisor), Y. Lee, M. Manski. Standing: W. Austin, A. Palder, T. Engram, M. Gregory, J. Goodman, E. Muzyka. 130 Science Club Seated: R. Kraiterman, A. Anzalone, Mr. Preston (Advisor), L. Mangone, T. Fink. Standing: W. Austin, V. Rudis, ). Caldarelli, Y. Lee, L. Orsi. The English High School Science Club was formed to let interested students acquire a better understanding of the vast field of science. Mr. Preston has 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 experiments on model rockets. The club’s biggest project and most well- known was the school trip to Boston’s Museum of Science. 131 Student Council Thmlm ' Tm [■fa friMk X . r ' 4 Jr aSH felS I , ; j| ' Ml i m First Row: D. Donohoe, D. Spano, T. Bickoff, Y. Lee, S. Dunning, S. Oven, A. Marrero, J. Russell. Second Row: J. Talbot, R. Somers, W. Rahall, D. Daugherty, W. Lucas, Nl. Mourad, J. Sirot, R. Galanek, L. Karalex- is, Mr. Mosher (Advisor). Third Row: M. Gregory, P. Bennett, R. Collings, A. Platt, A. Cabit, E. Muzyka, D. Wilson, R. Coakley, M. Picariello, R. Brayboy. Yon Lee Richard Thomas Donald Spano . Richard Lee . . . Allen Platt . . . . OFFICERS . . . President Vice President . . . Treasurer . . . Secretary . . . Secretary The English High School Student Council, which was founded in 1917, is probably one of the oldest school organizations in existence today. The aim of the Student Council is to help the school and its stu- dent body. It also has the authority 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 sugges- tion box is always available into which any boy from the council may submit a suggestion. These sugges- tions are then acted upon by the Head Master 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 one of the pro- gram, we visited their school, toured their town, and attended a Town Meeting. On part two of the ex- change, their group visited our school, toured the Ros- ton area, and attended a meeting of the City Council. Many thanks to Mr. Mosher for his fine help in making this year’s Student Council a big success. 132 Theater Club First Row: P. Matt. Mr. DeSantis (Advisor), E. Melad, C. Thomas. Second Row: T. Engram. J. McDonough, L. Dvzgala, R. Henry, K. Adams, E. Holgate, L. Wilson. Third Row: W. McCarthy, W. Haley, A. Gold- man P. Goldstein, J. Collins, S. Klein. The purpose of the newly-formed Theater Club is to provide an organization which can introduce its members to the higher arts and to develop an appreciation for said arts, besides having a good time in the process. This year, the group attended performances of “There’s a Girl in My Soup”, “Something Different”, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown! , “Camelot " , and many others. Co-Managers .... Elliot Melad Paul Matt 133 J.E.T.S. The purpose of the newly-formed Junior Engineering Technological Society is to pro- vide interested members with a working knowledge of engineering mathematics and an insight into their possible coming careers. The club has worked with a transit and rule, and has taken a trip to the F.B.I. building of Boston. OFFICERS Robert Brown . Robert Coakley James Caldarelli Richard Collings President Vice President . . . Secretary Treasurer Seated: P. Cedrone, A. Anzalone, Mr. Green (Advisor), L. Mangone, J. Connolly. Standing: R. Brown, L. Mascio, R. Coakley, R. Collings, | Caldarelli, J. Mackin. 134 Glee Club The purpose of the English High School Glee Club is to give the perfor- mance 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 food 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 Cord- on, has represented the school at many functions. Our Glee Club has per- formed at most of the school assemblies and Home and School functions. 135 N.H.B.H.S. First Row: P. Matt, J. Duban. Mr. Yalmokas (Advisor), F. Ball Second Row: W. Austin, A. Soo Hoo, M. Kaftan, L. Mangone. | Kerressev, E. Segarra. Third Row: S. Bourmaian, A. Perlo, V. Rudis, 1. Costello, K. Soo Hoo. This year English High School was honored to become a member of the National High School Biology Honor Society. To qualify for mem- bership, a student must have a B in Biology and average an overall B in all other subjects. It is to be hoped that the desire for membership will serve as an incentive to accelerate not only in the sciences, but in all subjects. During the next century, biologists will be in greater demand than ever before. The stability of the world, including its food supply and medical well-being, will be in their hands, hopefully those of EHS graduates. The society would like to thank their faculty advisor, Mr. Joseph Yalmokas, for unselfishly sacrificing his time for the success of the club. 136 Office Aids First Row: R. Battaglia, J. Sirot, W. Austin, P. Bighansawauge, Mrs. Ferri, T. Bickoff, R. Burrell, S. Philips, T. Fink. Second Row: VV. White, R. Bush, S. Bourmaian, G. Bickoff, T. Engram, C. Blake, R. Brayboy, P. Elmuts, N. Polack, B. Gold. The purpose of the office aids is to assist the regular office staff in performing 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 acquires about office procedures by working in one. By perform- ing these chores, more time is given to the regular office staff to do more important things. 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 shelves, and thus receive valuable knowledge of how to run an efficient school library. 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 proper 137 Football Groton 22 EHS 6 B.C.H. 18 EHS 6 Brighton 7 EHS 20 Cam. Latin 20 EHS 14 Cath. Mem. 7 EHS 27 Rindge Tech. 19 EHS 6 Boston Tech vs. EHS— Postponed Latin 14 EHS 0 BOB ALDBIDGE Captain Coaching Staff: Messrs. Stewart, King. Burley, and Doherty. The Blue And Blue in in i ' ll ■■ THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY SQUAD OF 1967 First Row: Leonard. Peavey, Browne, Lehmann, Thompson, Al- dridge, capt., Karalexis. Rahall, Daugherty, Engrain, Talbot, Nap- pa. Second Row: Stewart, head coach, Burley, coach, King, coach, Jordan, Doherty, J. Shanahan, McLaughlin, Boudreau, Bennett, Higgins, Evans, E. Shanahan, Mosca, Burkes, Saunders, Doherty, coach, Joseph L. Malone, head master. Third Row: Lydow, man- ager, Diggin, manager, Morrison, Yee, Green. MacDonald, Hec- chavaria, Hamlin, Syzbetz, Richardson, Blades, Williams, Belacos, manager, P. Walsh, manager, J. Walsh, manager. English Vs. Groton In the first game of the season, a relatively inexperienced English team failed to capitalize on various opportunities to score against a surprising Groton squad, and wound up on the short end of a 22-6 score. The only Blue and Blue touchdown was scored by Larry Karalexis on a short plunge that capped a long first-half drive. English Gang— Tackle English Whips Brighton Crowd support and brilliant defensive play led the Blue and Blue to its first victory of the season. On this cold, windy day, English allowed Brighton only 23 net yards while Aldridge, Karalexis and Thompson all scored for E.H.S. Brighton led off the scoring by running back a Billy Bahall pass for a touchdown. Then the tide of the game turned as Mike McLaugh- lin recovered a Brighton fumble, and the Blue and Blue offense converted this break into eight quick points. The second half began on a good note as, after stopping Brighton at mid-field, Larry Karalexis car- ried for 48 of the final 50 yards to the goal, scamper- ing in from 15 yards out. The conversion attempt was unsuccessful and the score remained E.H.S. -14— Brighton-7. A few minutes later, Pete Mosca picked off a Brighton pass at the B.H.S. 30 vard line. With three minutes left in the game, Phil Thompson slammed in from the five to bring the final total to E.H.S. -20— Brighton-7. English Vs. Cambridge High And Latin The game at Cambridge Latin was perhaps the most bitter loss of the season to swallow. After having defeated Brighton in a strong offensive showing the previous week, the explosive English attack was shackled during the first half of this game. At half-time, a down- hearted Blue and Blue squad en- tered the locker room behind 14-0. After an esoteric discussion be- tween the players and the coaching staff, E.H.S. pulled to within six points, 20-14, with less than a minute left to play. A short while later, English had the ball at Green and Daughertv clear the way for Williams. their own forty. Because of injuries to Karalexis and Aldridge, the bulk of the running load fell to Phil Thompson, who brought the Blue and Blue to the Cambridge forty with thirty seconds left to play. A desperation pass by Phil Thompson slipped off the outstretched fingers of Billy Rahall at the twenty as time ran out. The final verdict: E.H.S.-14— C.H.S.-20. Our rooting section was filled to capacity with un- dergraduates and alumni. The conditions were ideal for football, except for a nippy wind, blowing about 15 miles per hour. But neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor dark of night, nor C.M. could deny English this well-deserved victory. Catholic Memorial ' s offense was held very nicely by the tough E.H.S. defensive squad, and the game seemed to remain a close and exciting one to watch. Then, with 2:43 left in the first half, Phil Thompson broke loose for a fifty-yard touchdown run, aided by an unbelievable block by Rodney Burke. Before the next minute had elapsed, we scored once more, on a one yard plunge by Thompson. This gave English a 14-0 half-time lead. In the second half, Bill Rahall threw a touchdown pass to Bob Aldridge for the third E.H.S. score with Sybertz kicking the extra point. The score: E.H.S. -21 — C.M.-O. Another score came on a half-back option, Errol Morrison throwing to Ed Williams for our final tallv. Eng lish Vs. Rindge Tech Coach Stewart then decided to insert the second team for the remaining three minutes of the game. They played extremely well until the last thirty sec- onds when C.M. sneaked through for their first and last points. The final of this satisfying upset was: E.H.S. -27— C.M. -7. English Vs. C.M. Hey! I’ll have a hot dog and a coke. Once more injuries played an important part in the 1967 English football season. Larry Karalexis, the leading ground-gainer, and Bob Aldridge, the team’s powerful fullback, were both sidelined by in- juries sometime during the game, and thus the effec- tiveness of the English attack was that much more limited. In a fairly meaningless game, the one bright spot for the Blue and Blue was a 17-yard touchdown jaunt bv Ed Williams in the fourth quarter. The final score: E.H.S. -6— Rindge 19. Thompson Company stop Rindge. English Vs. Latin THE GAME was a little less than satisfying for English fans, as the weather for the entire crowd. A “soggy” 12,500 people stood and watched two long Latin T.D. runs cap a rather dreary and dis- appointing season for Blue and Blue supporters. The first half turned out to be a battle of which team was able to keep their footing in the mud, and the ball in their hands. The deepest English penetra- tion was to the Latin 29 yard line, while both Pope and Porter crossed the English goal for a 14-0 third- quarter lead. It seems that the rain REALLY came down in this period for E.H.S. fans. As the sky opened up, the Lat- in offense began to open up, too. From then on, it was just a matter of playing out the game and going home to a warm, but somewhat saddened. Thanks- giving Day feast. Williams grabs Pope for a loss. Run For Daylight In Appreciation Alumnus Jim Egar and Coach Bill Stewart 144 VARSITY BASKETBALL-1968 FRONT ROW: W. Parkman, F. Cleary, A. Brown, R. Bird (captain), E. Jackson. I. Suttles, A. Sandler ROW 2: P. J. King (Head Coach) R. Codings, J. Foley, M. Boyle (managers) P. Curley, A. Johson, O. Wells, T Taylor, A. Grant, F. T. Cullen. J. Kirstein,- (managers) E. Burley (asst coach). EHS 72 C.M. 77 EHS 64 Melrose 58 EHS 92 Brighton 54 EHS 74 JP- 68 EHS 71 B.C.H. 60 EHS 76 T rade 46 EHS 79 Tech 77 EHS 92 Dot 63 EHS 71 T ech 61 EHS 68 Latin 42 EHS 77 B.C.H. 60 EHS 77 T rade 68 EHS 80 Dot 67 EHS Latin 145 English Vs. B.C. High English Vs. Trade The Boston English Basketball team defeated a qniek B. C. High team at the English High Gvm. Mr. King’s troop never trailed during the game in which they controlled both boards. The English team had a great defensive and offensive attack against the B. C. High Eagles. With the sharp shooting and over-all play of Reggie Bird and Company, the Blue and Blue rolled to an easy victory. The fans poured into the Boston Garden on Jan. 12, 1968 at about 6:00 awaiting the start of the English-Trade game. English scored first, and quickly had a 10-2 lead. They eased up their defense at that point and the quarter ended with English ahead 17-9. The next quarter, Trade was ready to pour it on, bnt their overanxiety in contrast to our confident defense was hot enough, for English, paced by captain Reg- gie Bird, Owen Wells, Tom Taylor, Ty Wallace, and Twinkie Brown stunned Trade completely and held them to two points in the quarter. The score at half time was 37-11 English ahead. The second half started and English quickly pulled out a 35 point lead. Coach King thought that was a good time to give the starting five a rest and put in the subs. To the crowd’s amaze- English Vs Tech This was the game of the regular season with English slightly favored. Tech won the jump and from that mo- ment on things started mov- ing. Tech kept a fast break through most of the game, but English met the chal- lenge. The score was 19 all at the end of the first period and as expected the game was going to be tight all the way. English with fine shoot- ing from all kept up pace with a 41-36 half-time lead. Never giving up, the Tech team came back to tie the game at 49 all with 2:31 left in the 3rd quarter. They managed to capitalize on penalties and gain the lead at the end of the 3rd quar- ter. The Cardiac Kids of En- glish battled back to a 63 tie and then again with 2:58 left, to a 69 all tie. Time was running out as the Tech Team tried desperately to get their hands on the ball. But, finally, with the score tied and only nine seconds left, Tech fouled Owen Wells. Owen missed the first shot and all seemed lost as his second shot carommed off the backboard. But ubiquitous Ty Wallace grabbed the re- bound, tipped it in, and the victory was ours. ment the young bench proved domi- nant the rest of the game. Paced by Is- sac Suttles, Willie Parkman, and Eugene Jackson the Blue and Blue maintained the 30 point lead. The game ended with the score English 76- Trade 46. English Vs Tech A small but quick Tech team stalled for the first quarter and put on a last quarter rush, but the Blue and Blue remained on top for a 71-61 win. The first half was a low scoring af- fair because of the ball control tactics of Tech. It was a bit surprising when the half-time buzzer sounded and English was behind 24-23. But once again apple- pie, motherhood, and Reggie Bird prevailed in the third period, as E.H.S. pulled out an eight point lead, 45-37. Then as suddenly as the Blue pulled away, Tech heated up, led by their team captain Smith. But vital re- bounds by Wallace, Taylor, and Wells, along with clutch baskets by Bird and Jackson, stemmed the tide. A well-deserved 71-61 victory. 146 English Vs. Latin The English High Basketball team, aided by the fine shooting of Wallace, Bird, and Wells, virtually rolled over its opposition and scored a 68-42 win. English moved easily to a 23-6 lead in the first quarter, and then to 41-19 half-time score. The boys in purple tried continually to con- trol the ball but, E.H.S. maintained their lead, and their supremacy in the City League standings. English Vs. B.C. High English defeated the B.C.H. Eagles in a well played game in which we saw many missed calls on the part of the officials. Even with this handicap, English triumphed for a 79-63 win. English, out-scoring the Eagles in each quarter, made a fine entry into qualify- ing teams for the Tech Tourney. 148 Hockey First Row: J. O’Connor, J. Dunn, D. Hart, L. Crimlisk, J. Glen- non, T. Lovett, J. Dowling, E. Sholes, G. Razzino 2nd Row: W. Cusack, E. Ambrose, P. Galvin, T, Comerford, J. Coyle, G. Nickerson, Crowley, V. Adduci, J. Connolly, Flemming, Mor- risey, Morgan, M. Collins, A. Veneziano, B. Stewart. EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS EHS 1 3 11 6 0 0 5 1 3 1 5 6 B.C. High Boston Tech T rade Dot. B.C. High Boston Tech Dot. Groton Latin B.C. High Boston Tech Trade Dot. Latin 5 1 0 0 5 8 0 5 3 6 7 0 149 HOCKEY The heavily favored B.C. High beat English in their city league opener 5-1. The high spirited English team led by Jay Dunn, Kevin Crimlisk upset heavily favored Tech 3-1. In their next game the English ice men romped over Trade 11-0. The high flying English team now in second place beat Dot 6-0. English suffered two humiliating losses at the hands of the B.C. High team, 5-0, and Tech 8-0. After these two losses English met Dot and defeated them 5-0. Once again English was defeated by B.C. High, 6-1. English wanted to upset Tech once again, but lost in the last period when Tech broke a 4-4 tie, and went on to win 7-5. English played to a 3-3 tie against their arch-rivals Latin. Jay Dunn, Kevin Crimlisk and Captain John Glennon were the outstanding players. After this hard lost to English played Trade, who they easily defeated 6-0 on a three goal effort by Kevin Crimlisk, Single goals by John Glennon and John Dowl ing. Team Scoring: Kevin Crimlisk— 25 points Jay Dunn— 22 points Dick Hart— 4 points John Dowling— 3 points Steven Connelly— 7 points John Glennon— 5 points Vin Adduce i— 6 points Jimmy Morgan— 2 points Jacky Flemming— 2 points Joe Aucoin— 1 point Tom Lovett— 6 points Eddie Sholes— 7 points Phil Thompson— 2 points Best player— Jay Dunn Come back player of the year— Kevin Crimlisk Best defensive player— Dick Hart 151 Track ih 7r ' r; «t Row 1: Ward, Protasowicki, Alexander, Priest, Blake, Smith, Wilson Capt., Lucas Capt., Richards Capt., Townes, Cos- tello, Puleo, Dickenson, Curry, Brown. Row 2: H. Dionisio, Peterson Manager, Sekulic, Duffy, Vargo, Shaw, Hill, Nagle, Brown, Entzimmer, Bullock, Ketchen, Deaver, Pittman, Platt (manager), Thomas Manger. Row 3: Hamlin, Vincent, Den- nis, Lee Bowden, Hobson, Redmond, Thompson, Sims, Perch, Obrien, Saverse, Tolbert, Ashley, Faria, Moore, Hanlon, Nel- son. Havnesworth. This season our team looked real good. We had many letterman, luck with us, and we had quite a number of new boys who seemed to be promising runners. Under the direction of Mr. Henry Dionisio, our coach, everyone worked hard and we felt as though we could beat any rival we came up against at the meets. Outstanding seniors who were backing our team are: Wayne Lucas, Dennis Wil- son, Craig Townes, Carroll Blake, Glvnn Alexander, and John Heehavaria. 152 Swimming Bottom row: McDonald, Doherty, Russell, Boudreau, Richard sowski R., Lee, Petroni, J. Bishop, Bishop P., Whelton, De- (co-capt.), Krasowski (co-capt.), Gallagher, Moore, Lacota, vin, coach Dan Tarpy. Mainey 2nd Row: Coach John Doherty, Duffy, Jacobs, Kra- The English High Mermen have thus far continued their winning waterways dur- ing the 67-68 season. The team led by co-captains Norman Richard and George Krasowski have splashed their ways to an 11-2 season. The teams also won the first Eastern Mass. Relay Carnival. The only thing that kept the team from an undefeated season was a combination of illness and bad luck. Jamie Richard, star backstroker and an almost certain two events in any meet, was sidelined with a ruptured appendix. Mark Delano, a fine free styler and all round swimmer was struck by double pneumonia and was lost for most of the season. Both are recovering and English hopes to have them back when the League, Eastern State and New England Championship meets begin. Outstanding swimmers included: Seniors— Norman Richard— New England Individual Medley Champ George Krasowski— 2nd in Eastern Mass, in butterfly Juniors— Richard Krasowski— freestyle Mike Mcmasters— all strokes Mark Delano— freestyle Mike McDonald— freestyle Mark Devin— diver Tom Whelton— breaststroke 154 PURDY 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. 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