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

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■x ■ r " gf i T» y. it far j , ' jNB .m ' u« vV ' A : -m¥ 3j ■ jHjff j 3k ’ j ' f iA sL Hi s ' -3 • D { EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FACULTY ADVISORS Jerome S. Kirstein Mr. Russell A. Langley Mr. John A. Creedon jflnrt ' tttnrii “ Better a little well kept, than a great deal forgotten . . It has been attempted in this book to capture those moments of frustra- tion, those moments of elation, and those moments which one simply cannot categorize. But, there are, of course, a myriad of experiences which were impossible to preserve. These, surely, will be the moments of greatest value to us all. That prestigious tradition which is furthered into perpetuation by each graduating class has been included within the covers of this book; but, more importantly, there has been included an expression of a con- temporary spirit. A spirit which exemplifies the laudatory heritage of the English High; one which was born by the class of 1969; and one which shall be nurtured to its culmination by the future graduating classes of this, the oldest and most productive high school in America. Richard J. Thomas Asst. Ed. of Yearbook IT ntirtrs jFarulty ArttuitU ' ii Athlrttrs MERRV CHRIST nrvHf ETo 9 | pE m m m H a 4 wfc pML Maj j v « r S ’■§! 17V, " wl 4f ' n ' iflUffi ' , a«cH S m i3 C B |3| ta pHPI fiF-- " sr . j kiT ' np ' y fejj : t ' ' : l v . »a - . . ft b Ib , » m t aafl k, ttfl LlL.3 1 t 3 i,i mpj ®T7 - JWjs y a PL- ifl T ' •’ jT l ; v T 7??L J ■■7 ' 1 ! r vr r V vtj IB: B9 9 ' ' w V Ajff? Tj«B ' He? l ] I , W ] ■ JB fra 1 ■IH v ■■ k I 1 Dr. Joseph L. Malone Ijgaii Master ' s iHgHsagg ®ti (Mass of 1969: As Head Master I welcome the opportunity which the publication of your Year Book presents to extend to the members of the Class of 1969, individually and collectively, the best wishes of the faculty and the alumni. Yours has been a good class and, in many ways an excellent one. As such it will be well remembered by faculty and students alike. It has endeavored to make the most of the opportunities for scholarship, serv- ice, and leadership which a large school such as ours presents. All of you have found in the spirit of English High, I am sure, an ideal of service to mankind which will be a powerful influence for good in all your endeavors. You have learned that those who give generously of them- selves gain immeasurably in return. These are days that are trying the spirit and heart of man to the utmost. The world needs your youth, your strength, your thoughtful consideration, your steadfast purpose as never before for the long, hard, persistent effort that men of good will everywhere must make if our differences are to be resolved and peace and good will are to triumph in the world in the years that lie ahead. Whatever your lot in life may be, you have been encouraged by precept and example to give to each day’s task your best effort, to find a satisfaction in the pursuit of excellence, and to measure up to the chal- lenges and meet the responsibilities that will be yours in a democratic society. If you will but continue in your pursuit of excellence to develop the essential good that lies within you, you will become a man of honor and achievement through service to city, state, and nation in keeping with the fine tradition of your school. 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. Joseph L. Malone Head Master AaaiHtaut JMaater’a iHU ' Htuuu ' Congratulations to the members of the ( ' lass of 1969. Your senior year, beginning as it did, under very trying circum- stances, lias developed into one of outstanding achievement. In the classroom, on the athletic field and in your social activities, you have always conducted yourselves in the true tradition of the F.nglish High School. We are proud of you and we wish for each and every one of you, complete success in your chosen careers. Mr. Edwin F. Butters Assistant Head Master in fHmortam “No work begun, shall ever pause for death” Robert Browning £H attbcm 3 1 . Sluggimi The English High School community was recently saddened by the death of one of its most dynamic teachers. Mr. Matthew J. Ruggiero. An outstanding mathematics teacher, he brought to his classroom an understanding of students which, sometimes is unique in a teacher. His rapport with many sophomore classes in his tenure at the Brighton Annex prepared many a student for the eventual success achieved in the upper class. A graduate of the English High School himself in 1945, Mr. Ruggiero received honor grades in history and Latin, and proved him- self an outstanding athlete excelling in track and on the football field. Appointed to the English High School Faculty in 1957, his continual influence on E.H.S. men is still his lasting tribute. Although taken from us in the prime of life, his high standards of scholarship and dedication remain with us as his legacy. His contribu- tion most assuredly was service to mankind through honor and achieve- ment. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mr. Thomas Eccles “Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an earnest man. ’’ Francis Bacon Mr. John R. Yurewicz Seated (Left to Right): John Doherty, John Yurewicz, Thomas Eccles, Russell Langley. Standing (Left to Right): Richard Burns, Alan Butters, Gerald Dechayne, Kevin O ' Malley, Edward Burley, Raymond Dion, William Adler, Robert Baum. HISTORY DEPARTMENT “History is an everlasting possession, not a prize composition heard and forgotten. ’’ T hucydides Mr. James Doherty Mr. Herbert Kopins Seated (Left to Right): Robert Sheridan, Herbert Kopins, James Doherty, Richard Ryan. Standing (Left to Right): Anthony DiTeso, Hugh Jenkins, Edwin Mosher, Lawrence Foti, John A. Cieedon. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT “The Mathematician has reached the highest rung on the ladder of human thought. “ Havelock Ellis Seated: Messrs. Peter George, Eric Roy, Charles Sharkey, William Themistocles. Standing: Messrs. Daniel Rosen, Robert Schroeger, James Corscadden, Robert Russell. Mr. Charles Sharkey SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Science is vastly more stimulating to the imagination than are the classics. ’’ J . B. Haldane Seated: Messrs. James Mutlan, Eben Rosenfield. James Keaney, Thomas Clougherty. Standing: Messrs. Richard Murphy, John Caruellas, Christopher Lane, Joseph Dotoli Joseph Yalmokas, Richard Maciel. Mr. Eben Rosenfield LANGUAGES “No language, but the language of the heart. ” Alexander Pope Seated: Mr. Eugene DiGirolamo, Miss Mary Burke, Mr. Frank Repetto, Mr. Joseph Sheehan. Standing: Messrs. Eraldo DeSantis, Herbert McCarthy, Michael Garber. Miss M. Burke BUSINESS DEPARTMENT “A man diligent in his business shall stand before flings. ” Proverbs Seated: Messrs. Benjamin Levenson, Louis Mazer, Charles Gustin, Irving Krutter. Standing: Dennis Savosik, James Rowley, Daniel Tarpey, Alan Butters, James Scalese, Donald Carbone, Wilfred Hynes, Thomas Johnson. Mr. Louis Mazer ART DEPARTMENT “Where there is love of man, there is also love of art. ” I ippocrates Mr. Morris Greyser Seated: Mr. Morris Greyser. Standing: Messrs. Norman Gross, Carl Zidel. (Richard Guiney not pictured). HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION “O blessed Health, Thou art above all gold and treasure. Laurence Stern William Stewart Seeded: Messrs. William Stewart, Robert Fisher. Standing : Henry Dionisio, Patrick King, William Duffy GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT “The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life . ” P a to Seated: John O’Bryant, Joseph Lapidus. Standing: Paul Shea. Matthew Conners, Kevin Bowers. OFFICE STAFF (Left to Right): Mrs. Dorothy Geraghty, Mrs. Mary Swan. Mrs. Barbara Ferri. Left to Right: Ann Cross, Mary Robeson, Mary Warren, Bar- bara Connolly, Rosemary Pupi, Mildred Ritchie, Mary Sullivan, Florence Dormady, Kay Clark. CUSTODIAL STAFF THE ESSENTIAL WORKERS CAFETERIA AIDES Miss Irene Kelly NURSE Miss Helen C. Martin LIBRARIAN -. w Left to Right: F. Desmond, L. McCann, John Donlon (Sr.), P. Gray, R. Imperioso. mmm- IP nf 1963 S’tuuirs TYRONE WALLACE Prmiumt nf tty? OUaHH nf 19H9 . . thus teaching them that if they held together, they would continue strong.” — Plutarch — As President of the Senior Class of 1969, I welcome the opportunity that this occasion presents to speak to you, my fellow classmates. You and I are about to embark on a new adventure, that of utilizing what we have accomplished here. Four years of study, activity, and associa- tion have made us, I feel, a unique class. Together, we have shared the experience, tradition, and “spirit” that is English High. Together, we have enjoyed the academic, social, and athletic events which will, forever remain, a part of our tenure here. Together, we have been exposed to the dedication and enlightenment of a “concerned” faculty. Together we have shared the frustrations, experience, and accomplish- ments of student “involvement”. Together, we have worked, for a better English High, for those who will follow us. I have emphasized the word “togetherness”, for this has always been our tradition. And out of the frustrations involvements, activities, and events, there has evolved, a “cohesiveness” which, has joined us for all time, as a class. Now we reach commencement, not an end, but merely a beginning: A time when we, as English High School men, must prove, we are ready to face the challenge: the challenge of further study, the challenge of a new found employment, or the challenge of service to our country, at a time when she needs it most. I thank you for the privilege of serving you as your class President, and for the support you have given to me during my administration. As for myself, there is no better way to express this appreciation, than to urge you to join with me, in perpetuating the English High School tradition of “honor and achievement” in all our future endeavors. Tyrone T. Wallace, ’69 (Ekaa (iffirrrH RICHARD PALERMO Vice-President PAUL CURLEY Executive Committee MARK DELANO Secretary -T reasurer TYRONE WALLACE President RICO NAPPA Executive Committee (Elaaa (EmnmitLT PROM COMMITTEE Front Row (Left to Right): Jerome Sybertz, Raymond Mortlock, Mark Devin, David Bou- dreau, Mr. John Yurewicz (Advisor). Back Row (Left to Right): Tyrone Wallace, Frank Noe, Leon Dzygala, Richard Palermo. ALUMNI COMMITTEE Front Row (Left to Right): Rodney Burkes, Richard Thomas, Henry Sideropoulos, Ronald Silverio, Mr. John Yurewicz (Advisor). Back Row (Left to Right): Richard Lee, Paul Curley, Rico Nappa, Leonard Anderson. SOCIAL COMMITTEE Front Row (Left to Right): Vincent Aducci, Kenneth Mahnke, Terry Shaw, Kevin Ryan. Alan Richardson, Mr. John Yurewicz (Advisor). Back Row (Left to Right): James Jordan, Mark Delano, James Shanahan, Louis Jacobs. Stratton MR. JOHN YUREWICZ Senior C lass A clvisor It is with a deep sense of respect and gratitude that we, the members of the class of 1969, dedicate this Senior section of our yearbook to our Senior Class Advisor. Mr. John P. Yurewicz. A graduate of the English High School himself, Mr. Yurewicz was appointed Co-Chairman of the English Department in 1966. Throughout our Senior year he has worked diligently on our behalf directing our every class activity. From class elections through the dance, to the Fashion Show and Prom, right through the Graduation exercises, he has given of himself, to make our Senior Year, the success it was. To him we express our appreciation and thanks, for a job well done. Cast MtU atth Spatam ttl We the Class of 1969, being of sound mind and body leave . . . Mr. Malone: A new English High School. Mr. Butters: A tape recording of himself saying “Attention please this is Mr. But- ters, the Assistant Head Master speaking.” Mr. Eccles: A motorized book truck. Mr. Yurewicz: A case of Visine for those itchy moments. Mr. Dechayne: A copy of the fall Record. Out on time as usual in the April of the following year. Mr. Kopins: Five suits complete with suspenders and exclusively tailored by “Botany 500”. Plus 200 free dry cleaning tickets. Mr. James Doherty: The position of President of ALA. Mr. Mosher: A summer vacation at the McCarthy Wampanaug Indian reservation in Naples, Italy. Mr. Ryan: A fourteen kar at gold plated master key. Mr. Foti: An autographed picture of F.D.R. and Art Carney. Mr. Russell: A guest appearance on the “Tonight Show” substituting for “Johnnie”. Mr. Rosenfield: An aluminum plated copy of Playboy’s Party Jokes. Mr. Yalmokas: An Easter Bunny suit for the next assembly. Messrs. Lane and James Mullan more brownie points in the office. Mr. Murphy: An extension cord which reaches every nook and crannie of the school. Mr. Carignan: The cast from the most outstanding picture of the year. Mr. Repetto: The lead role in any Broadway musical. Mr. DiGirolamo: A permanent front row seat at the Met. Mr. Sheehan: We leave a copy of Roman Fairy Tales. Mr. Mazer: Three cardboard bow ties. Mr. Scalese: A new supply of yo yos. Mr. Gustan: A mural-size portrait of the F.B.L.A. Mr. Tarpey: A new swimming pool. Messrs. Greyser and Zidel: Some stag movies to show their art appreciation classes. Capt. Fisher: Who else but Robert Whitmarsh. Coach Duffy: Golden Boy and his gloves. Mr. Sheridan: A lifetime supply of “bombers” for all his classes. Coach Stewart: The Ohio State sophomores, the New York Jets, the Boston Bruins, and the Boston Red Sox. Coach King: An ever-winning basketball team. Coach Burley: A new car. Mr. Dotoli: A pair of bronzed “Randy Boat Shoes”. Guidance Counselors: A job well done. David Boudreau: A Cub Scout uniform complete with merit badges. Frank Noe: A “write in vote” for the mayor of “Southie”. John Williams: Five thousand pages of the book Fantastic Tales. Nelson Sigelman: A muzzle. Frank Parlante: A silent portable electric razor for those unexpected moments. Jeff Nathanson: A shirt without tails. Willie Parkman: A wall-to-wall mural of Mass. Ave. Rick Palermo: A lifetime supply of Bali Hai. Rodney Burkes: A pair of Blue and Blue leotards. Mr. “Jungle Jim” Keaney: A grapevine to go along with his “Wild Man” game from last year. (ElaHH Jlropljmi Would you believe that ? We see the new E.H.S. campus complex at the sight of the old Prudential Tower, 200 years from now. We see Rick Thomas running for president of and losing for the 14th time. We finally find out what a Dzygala really is. Mr. Creedon becomes a militant hippie campaigning for Dewey in Appalachia. Paul Kelly becomes commander-in-chief of the Boy Scouts of America. Ed Bullock wins a gold medal in the 50 yard dash at the Olympic games held in the new E.H.S. gym in the year ? ? ? Mark Devin is seen competing in the men’s A.A.U. diving championship held on the Mystic River Bridge. He was just about to dive when a girder snapped . . . Sorry Mark. John Russell receives a pink belt in Karate. We see Joe Hecchavaria hijacking a Cuban jet to Boston. Tom Broderick becomes the chief literary critic for Mad Magazine. We see Peter Voisin playing his horn in the Boston Common holding a cup and wearing dark glasses. Conrad Baranowski loses his “Man of the Future” award. Kenneth Campbell goes into the soup business. Richard Freeman becomes the surfing champion of Nantasket Beach. Gerry Grivois becomes the head lifeguard on Jamaica Pond. Burton Kendall finally finds out that he’s Irish. Mike Kunicki comes to school on time as usual, around 9:45 A.M. Frank Landry becomes the chief stick boy for the Boston Bruins. Jerry Foley and Tom Doherty do test drives for the demolition derby. Leslie Mitchell becomes a pacifist. Dave Scannell becomes dean of Ripon College. Henry Sideropoulos becomes coach of the “Spartans” soccer team, owned by Aris- totle Onasis. Jerry Sybertz finally kicks a field goal. Timmy Towner becomes the travelling troubadour of Tanganyika. Tyrone Wallace becomes the new head coach of the N.B.A. expansion team. Robert Whitmarsh becomes Vanderbilt ' s replacement on F-Troop. The Wong family, all five of them, open a kosher Chinese restaurant. David Turtletaub becomes a double agent for the C.I.A., a locksmith, and an Or- thodox Rabbi stationed in Israel. Gary Hillis finally changes his name to Harry Gillis. Frank Siragusa makes the Dean’s List at Mass. Bay Community College. Leo Manning becomes the national rank-out champion. Paul Curley warms the bench for the midshipmen at Annapolis. (JUjus? 10m ' ©hi ' Sags . . . ' 7 summon up rememberence of the past. ’’ Shakespeare FRESHMAN It was September of 1 965 and the leaves on the trees were beginning to turn their Autumn colors. We were Freshmen beginning a career that would last just four years. We were to matriculate at the English High School; the oldest public high school in America, and a school which could be more than proud of its heritage. We were to be the class of 1969, the 148th graduating class, and we were to join in perpetuating the spirit of English High School. We soon familiarized ourselves with Head Coach — or was that Head Master-in-charge, Mr. Gillis, and the rest of the faculty. In early November, many of us were confronted with something new, IBM report cards. We could no longer doctor them up for our parents; so we had to hit the books. That year, both Russia and the U.S. made soft landings on the moon. However, back on earth things were a bit gloomier; our troops in Viet Nam were escalated to 500,000 in force. Our sports’ season was not exactly the most successful in the history of sports at EHS. The football team did have a 6 2 record; but in that all-important game on Thanksgiving Day, we lost to the boys across the street, 24-12. Also, to add to the fun and excitement of the year, we took the NEDT Tests, and scored higher than any previous class — well, at least we tried. All was not at a loss that year, for the BOSTON GLOBE published an article stating that EHS is “the city’s largest public high school and one of the most productive in the state in the terms of students sent on to college and graduate degrees.” As the year came to a close, we all looked ahead to a recuperative summer vacation and a more successful sophomore year in the main building on Avenue Louis Pasteur. SOPHOMORE Summer crawled out again and Fall crept in; and we crept in with it. We were Sophomores, beginning a new year in a not so new school. However, years of tradition and honor met us at the door and were sure to mold us into men of honor and achievement. Mr. Power, the new Assistant Headmaster, be- gan his first year at the main building along with our class. At the first assembly of the year, he informed us that our school was unique and very special to many people and that he meant to keep it that way. For his oration, Mr. Power was given a standing ovation by the students. We were novices at English and would learn to adjust to the important “?” announcements on the P.A. system; and to taking exams in the assembly hall. The ' 66-61 sports’ season proved to be the most successful season of recent years for EHS. The Blue on Blue football team was undefeated and unscored upon but once when Turkey Day came. What a battle it was; but like so many times that year, we were the victors, 20-18. Our football invincibles won the city title and were ranked fourth in the state. The basketball team was none the lesser; with a 12 2 record we went to the Tourney. We trounced Bishop Stang, and over- took top ceded Weymouth, and then in a give-none take-none game with Somerville, lost. All was not in vain though, for we took the city title and were the first Boston school to reach the class A semi- finals. Our swim team also took the city title, and along with it, the Eastern Mass, title, and they too were ranked fourth in the state. As June ap- proached, we also found our baseball team right up on top. So who says English High men don’t eat their Wheaties? In April, there came a four-day evaluation period; the outcome of which proved the English High to be unmatched by any other school in spirit and teacher-pupil relationships. The final big event of the year was the annual Home and School Fashion Show, which raised a considerable sum of money for scholarships. Soon, it was that time of year again. The sum- mer came and we left; reaching the halfway mark in our high school careers. JUNIOR It was the Fall of 1967 and we were back to make our third year at English history — we knew it would be a long hard year. Luckily, we made it through October with a boost from the Red Sox, when they won the pen- nant. Then, in November, we were confronted with the PSAT’s. Also that month, we met our arch rivals, BLS, as usual, on the day of thanks. It just so happened, however, that things didn’t turn out as usual, and we weren’t thanking anyone for the results. In a downpour of rain and a mud splashing free-for-all, we lost, 14-0. In February, we lost Mr. Power to Charlestown High School, where he was promoted to the posi- tion of Headmaster. We received in place of him Mr. Butters, who formerly was a guidance coun- sellor at EHS. It was during that month that our basketball team made up for the “Turkey Day loss.” With an almost perfect record, they made it to the Tourney. What a series of playoffs it was; no one could stop us. We became the first Boston school to win the Class A Tech Tourney and the State Championship. Now we can’t leave out the swim team; for the second year in a row, they won the Eastern Mass. title, and still looked hopeful for next year. Late in March of that year, President Lyndon Baines Johnson announced that he would not seek re-election. The building began to shape up; we had all new lockers installed on the first floor; and more to come. In May, most of us took our first College Boards, and swore never to take them again. The year was almost but there was one more thing to do, make that $5 down-payment on a class ring, which we would receive when we returned next Fall, as Seniors. On June 5, with a most successful junior year coming to a close, tragedy struck. A second Ken- nedy was murdered by an assassin’s bullet. Robert F. Kennedy died in service to our country. He was not the first of great Americans to die last year; for we also saw a great civil rights leader, a man who had won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, felled by the bullets from an assassin’s gun. We left school with these awesome acts still fresh in our mem- ories. SENIOR It was September of 1968 already; and we couldn’t stop the hands of time. They had carried us right to our final year at the school steeped with more tradition and heritage than any other public institution in America. The school year started off with one heck of an incident. Never before in the Boston Public Schools had raci al demonstrations disrupted the process of learning. However, things were a bit different this year. For some reason the Black Demonstrators, most of whom did not even go to our school, chose to open their Pandora’s Box on the English High School. Demands such as being able to wear Afro-style clothing and start a segregated Black Student Union were thrown into the lap of the Headmaster. Outside authori- ties tried to take over and caused white students to retaliate for equal rights with Blacks. The attempt to mar the name of EHS was futile. What in turn did occur, was the strongest unification of school loyalty ever seen in an inte- grated institution in this country. The adminis- tration recognized its students’ potential and gave the Student Council more say in school affairs. Dress and Discipline Committees were established and EHS became the first school in the city of Boston to revise its age old dress code. EHS also established a city-wide Student Council, another first of its kind in the city. A group of six con- cerned students started our school’s first student news publication; one which played the mhjor role in the settlement of all radical groups’ demonstra- tions. Something had happened to the English High School in our senior year. After a gradual de- scension of spirit and academic achievement over the years, there came 1969. It was as though someone had rekindled a still flickering spark. The whole school was engulfed in some marvelous aurora which stirred one’s feelings of brother- hood, devotion, and motivation. English High was once again on the road of destiny to su- premeness. The class elections were held and the results were as follows: President - Ty Wallace; Vice-President - Rick Palermo; Secretary-Treasurer - Mark Delano; Ex- ecutive Committee: Paul Curley, Rico Nappa. The usual also took place such as College Boards and the confusing problem of selecting col- leges to apply to. We lost the Thanksgiving Day game to Latin this year; but our championship basketball team made it to the Tourney for the third consecutive year. All of us were broke; what with Senior Dues, Student Activity Fund, Senior Pictures, Yearbook Payments, and Alumni Dues. But we couldn’t complain, when we could pick up a paper and read of the thousands of Biafrans who were dying of starvation or those unfortunate men of the Pueblo’s crew, who were held captive and treated brutally for nine months. May was at the door before we knew it. This was our final month in the place we all grew just a little too fond of. We knew we would have to leave, but when the time came no one was to be the first to cross the threshold out into the cold cruel world of labor. June came, and at graduation we said good- bye to the many great friends we had made in that short four year span. Most of us would never come back; we were on our way to continue our rendevous with destiny and to show the world that the English High School does produce “Men of Honor and Achievement.” In 1820, the town of Boston felt that the time had arrived to supplement its secondary school system, which at that time consisted of only the Latin School. A subcommittee, consisting of clergy, merchants, and jurists, was appointed to consider the subject of providing advanced schooling for boys not pursuing a college career. This committee presented a report which recommended the establishment of a school to be called the English Classical School (a title that was eventually changed permanently to the 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 commemorated by a plaque, gift of the Class of 1874) in the year 1821. George Barrold Emerson, a famous New England educator and botanist, was appointed the first headmaster. Mr. Emerson served until 1823, resigning at that time to open a fashionable academy for girls. Shortly after the appointment of Solomon P. Miles as headmaster, the school was moved from Derne to Pickney Street where it remained until 1844. Mr. Miles retired because of ill health in 1837 and was succeeded by Thomas Sherwin, a master in the school since 1829. Mr. Sherwin, a great and beloved headmaster, and a famous author of math text-books, presided over the school until his death at the age of 70 in 1869. During his regime such famous men as J. P. Morgan, the great financier, and Samuel P. Langley, inventor of the airplane engine, were graduated from the school. In 1844, the English High School was moved to a building on Bedford Street, which was also to house the Latin School. There the school remained until 1881 when English was moved to an elaborate new building on Montgomery Street, a building regarded in its time as one of the finest educational edifices in the country. Mr. Cumston, a master in the school for over 20 years, was appointed headmaster at Sherwin’s death. He continued in this post until 1874, when he retired to pursue a business career. Edwin Pliny Seaver, an instructor of mathematics at Harvard, was his successor, resigning in 1881 to accept the position of Superintendent of Schools in Boston, the second teacher at English High to be honored so, — John D. Philbrick having held the position previously. Francis A. Waterhouse, a graduate of Bowdoin and headmaster of Newton High School, was his successor, continuing in that office until his untimely death in Europe, while on leave of absence in 1894. Mr. Robert Babson, a teacher of German since 1864, was appointed his successor. Mr. Babson retired because of ill health in 1901; it was during his time that the system of departmental heads was established. Mr. John F. Casey, his successor, had been a teacher of mathematics in the school since 1872 and was held in the greatest of esteem by the alumni and student body. Mr. Casey retired reluctantly in 1915, because of the age limit and was succeeded by William B. Snow, then head of the French Department. During Mr. Snow’s regime, the English High School celebrated its centenary. In 1922, the School Committee elected Mr. Snow Assistant Superintendent of Boston public schools, whereupon he was succeeded by Mr. Walter F. Downey, who had been a teacher of mathematics in the school for 12 years. On Mr. Downey’s retirement in 1954, Mr. M. Henry Mclnerney was named headmaster. It was in Mr. Mclnerney’s time that English High School moved from the old building on Montgomery Street to the High School of Commerce building on Avenue Louis Pasteur. Since the appointment of Mr. Joseph L. Malone as headmaster in 1956, many new honors have been brought to the school. - -i ' THOMAS FRANCIS ABRAHAM 35 Joyce Kilmer Road School: Boston Latin High Ambition: Succeed in College College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Cars, Sports Tom m? itnnliab ALBERT JAMES ALOISE 1980 O’Callahan Way School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Artist College: Mass. Art School Hobbies: Drums, Sports Lawrence Prize, Art 1 KEITH L. ARMSTRONG 35 Clifford Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Cars Room Councilor 2, 3 Porgie LEONARD EDWARD ANDERSON Butch 8 Fermon Heights Avenue School: Pinevale High School Ambition: Air Force Pilot College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Trumpet, Sports Boxing 3; “E” 69 4; Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (President); Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Track 4; Alumni 4 FREDERICK GUY ALBANO 186 Chelsea Street School: Joseph N. Barnes Jr. High School Ambition: Police Officer Hobbies: Hockey ROBERT STEVEN ALLEN 17 Wellington Street School: Kingston College High School Ambition: Draftsman College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamps, Sports Honors 1 ; Fidelity Prize 1 ; Prep Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 4 VINCENT R. ADDUCI Vinnie 5 Druid Street School: St. Gregory Junior High School Ambition: To be Successful College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports Social Committee 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4 FLOYD LEROY BAILEY, III F. Lee 43 Green Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Scientist College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Photography, Bowling, Music, Chess Honors 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4, (President); Soccer 3, 4 PAUL V. BATTAGLIA 1554 Centre Street School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Baseball Player College: Amherst College Hobbies: Chess, Stamps, Coins, Sports, Reading Science Fidelity Prize 2; Chess 3, 4 (President 4); Junior Achievement 3, 4 (Vice-President) ; Baseball 4; Track 4 RICHARD LLOYD BARNEKE 145 Bellevue Street School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Oceanographer College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Sports Honors 3 FRANK RODERICK AZZARITI 178 West Canton Street School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High School Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Sports, Social Work Office Aid 4 “Barn” VINCENT PAUL BARONE 152 Strathmore Road School: Edison Junior High Ambition : Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Honors 1, 2; Record Staff 4; Ski Junior Achievement 3, 4 LAWRENCE PAUL BAKER Larry 126 Minden Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern University Honors 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize, English 2, Bookkeeping 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4; National Honor Society 4 0riuml CONRAD J. BARANOWSKI 109 Peterborough Street School: Prince Jr. High School Ambition : Electronics Engineer Hobbies: A.P.T. Weather Satellite Tracking and Processing of Cloud Pictures Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Record Staff, 4, Science Editor; Room Councilor 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4; National Honor Society 4 Baron GERALD ADAM BERBERIAN Marshmallow 40 Brainerd Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Dentist Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Horse Back Riding Chess 3; National Biological Honor Society 3; Crew 2; Junior Achievement, Vice-President 3, 4; Football 2, 3 DAVID EDWARD BOUDREAU M.M. 27 Forbes Street School: Curley Jr. High School Ambition: Naval Officer College: U.S. Naval Academy Hobbies: Sailing, Archery, Camping Fidelity Prize 3; Record Staff 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Crew 2, 3; Skin Diving 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 4; Football 2, 3, 4 PATRICK ANTHONY BICCHIERI Pat 14 Cooper Street School: St. Mary Jr. High School Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports JOSEPH ANTHONY BOWEN 128 Mt. Pleasant Avenue School: Boston Latin School Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Basketball, Reading Honors 3 ; Lawrence Prize, English 3 Joe JOSEPH HENRY BODIO 1 4 Awsonia Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: State Trooper Hobbies: Hunting, Guns Band 3 BERNARD J. BOYLAN 331 Bunker Hill Street School: St. Francis Jr. High School Ambition: Bookkeeper Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Music Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Bernie PAUL WILLIAM BORNSTEIN 13 Tucker Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Teacher College: Mass. Bay Hobbies: Football, Music, Reading, Bowling Track 2, 4 lEttgliafy XBZl HOWARD JEFFREY BROOKS 66 June Lane School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Sports JOHN W. BRADY Little One 20 Selden Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School Ambition: To Succeed College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Collecting and Listening to Records Lawrence Prize, Spanish 1, 3, Art 3 DONALD EDWARD BROWN “D” 40-D Slayton Way School: St. John’s School Ambition: Become Successful in Art Field College: Boston School of Art Hobbies: Drawing, Chess, Karate English “69” 3; Room Councilor 1; Military Comm. 2, 3; Track 1, 2 CHARLES D. BRITT 57 Weaver Way School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Suffolk College Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Track, Self-Defense Arts Junior Achievement 3; Room Athletic Coun- cilor 4; Track 1 GREGORY WARREN BROWN Greg 28 Fidelis Way School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Artist Hobbies: Slot Racing Cars, Swimming, Motor- cycles Room Councilor 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4 THOMAS BALDRIDGE BRODERICK Tom 23 Appleton Street School: Xavier High School Ambition: Writer Hobbies: Sports College: Amherst Junior Achievement 4; Soccer 4; Newsletter Staff 4 HAROLD VERON BROWN 1106 Harrison Avenue School: Dearborn Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Scuba Diving, Horseback Riding, swii ming Military Comm. 2, 3; Track 1, 2 0fi0 MARVIN GLENN BROWN Marv 87 Wellington Hill Street Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Springfield College Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing, Coaching Football President of the Club “E” - 69 4 English XB2X EDWARD LEE BULLOCK Eddie 77 Maywood Street School: Mary B. Curley Jr, High Ambition: Biologist Hobbies: Swimming, Karate, Football Track 2, 3, 4 RODNEY BURKES Bobo 19 Corregider Ct., Apt. 549 School: Dearborn Jr. High Ambition : Data Processor College: Texas, Western University Hobbies: Music, Sports Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Corridor Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aid 2, 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 1; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2 WILLARD BROWN Willie 46 Esmond Street School: Liceo. J.J. Vargas Calvo Jr. High Ambition: Electronics College: Electronics School Hobbies: Soccer, Music, Dance. Sports Baseball 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4 VINCENT ANTHONY CAIANI 3 Unity Street School: Michelangelo Jr. High Ambition: Radio Broadcaster College: Career Academy Office Patrol 3 ROBERT E. BUCKLEY Buck 19 Rill Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Journalist Hobbies: Photography, W ' riting, Track Glee Club 3, 4 KENNETH C. CAMBELL 6 Brook Avenue School: St. Patrick’s Jr. High Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Bowling F.B.L.A. 3 $igh § rluutl ROBERT WAYNE CASADY Bob 28 Gurney Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling Glee Club I ARTHUR ANGELO CAPARELL Peirre 9 Spinny Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Hockey, Fixing Car, Radios, TV’s, Writing Stories PAUL JOSEPH CAVALLARO 43 Pearl Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Tropical Fish, Accordion Patrol 2 ; Office Aid 2 RICHARD FRANCIS CARNEY Rich 467 Dudley Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Disc Jockey College: Wentworth Hobbies: Drums, Swimming Glee Club 1 OLINDO PETER CELLURALE Olie 31 Tileston Street Ambition : Mathematician College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Cars Glee Club 1; Room Councilor 3, 4; Boxing 4; Soccer 2 MARTIN ALLEN CARVER Marty 42 Joan Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Business College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Sports, Bowling, Fishing Yearbook Staff 4; Coin Club 3, 4 RICHARD J. CESAREO 377 Lovell Street Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Bentley College Hobbies: Football, Cars Soccer 2 Dickie 303 EDWIN K. CHIN 34 Edgerly Road School: King’s High School, Hong Kong Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts College Hobbies: Tennis, Swimming Art Club 3; Tennis 1 innltai PAUL THOMAS CHINETTI Boog 25 Arcadia Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High School Ambition: Physical Education Director College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Piano, Sports Art Team 3, 4; Crew 2; Room Athletic Coun- cilor 3; Junior Achievement 4 GIM SEE CHIN 5A Castle Court Clubs 3; Junior Achievement 3; Soccer 1 ALAN NORMAN CHUE Chuey 54 Tyler Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Architect College: Rhode Island School of Design Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Judo Glee Club 1 ; Track 2 JOSEPH LEE CHIN Little Monster 30 Milford Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: Auto Mechanic College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Fishing, Dancing, Soccer, Chess Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Soccer 3, 4 RONEY CHUNG 4A Emerald Court School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Draftsman College: Franklin Institute Lawrence Prize, Drafting 2 WAYNE J. CHIN 22 Commonwealth Terrace School: Boston Latin School Hobbies: Cars XBZl ELLIOT D. COHEN 22 Brockton Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Computer Programmer College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Cars Buz FRANK GENE CIRCEO 74 Webster Street School: Assumption School, East Boston Ambition: Guitarist Hobbies: Studying Technical Music THOMAS WILLIAM CONLON 291 Savin Hill School: Boston College High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball DONALD M. COHEN 1 1 1 Itasca Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Reading WILLIAM H. COMERFORD 23 Cortes Street School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition: X-Ray Technician F.B.L.A. 3, 4 ERIC RUSSELL CLAYTOR Jimi 2 Sunderland Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Veterinarian College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Records, Football, Archery, Cars Science 3; Biology 3; Junior Achievement 3; Patrol 3 ; Office Aid 3 Tom Don Judge STEPHEN THOMAS CONNOLLY Zero 10 Park Lane School: William Barton Rogers Jr. High Ambition: Coach College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Racing Cars Baseball4; Football 2, 3; Hockey 2, 3. 4 MICHAEL F. CONWAY 80 Wrentham Street School: Boston College High School Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State College Hobbies: Cars Mike PHILIP STEVEN COSTANTINO Phil 106 Child Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Veterinarian College: Boston State College Hobbies: Racing Cars Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Office Patrol 3; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3 KEVIN V. CORBETT Kev 25 Lonsdale Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Drawing, Bowling, Boxing Lawrence Prize English 3; Fidelity Prize 1; Boxing EDWARD E. COX 68 Shepton Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Marine Officer Hobbies: Boxing Boxing 3 Kid Cox ANTHONY CORLITO Tony 59 Rosewood Street School: O. W. Holmes Jr. High Ambition : Sportscaster College: University of Southern California Hobbies: Sports, Surfing, Bowling Yearbook Staff 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Baseball 3, 4; Hockey 4 JAMES LOUIS CRISTADORO 1 9 Ledgebrook Road School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Radio Broadcaster College: Cambridge Broadcasting Baseball 4 MARTIN GERALD CORNELISSEN 26 Rugdale Road School: St. Gregory’s Jr. High Ambition: Dentist College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Coins, Fishing, Hunting Fidelity Prize 2 IBZl MICHAEL CURTIS Dudley Dude 637 Dudley Street School: N. Augusta Jr. High Ambition: Oceanographer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Painting, Boxing, Basketball Lawrence Prize, Biology 1; Swimming 1, Boxing 3 iiglj s’riuwl EDWARD WAYNE CUMMINGS Eddie 24 East Cottage Street School: William E. Russell jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Illinois State University Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize, Math 1 ROBERT FRANCIS CUSICK Bob 332 Centre Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition ■ Writer College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize, Advanced Modern History 3 ; Office Aid 3 NOBLE B. CUNNINGHAM Jay 40 Greenwich Park School: Cathedral Jr. High College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Cars Basketball 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 3 RICHARD JOSEPH DALY Dick 1 1 Charlemont Street School: St. Brendan’s Jr. High Ambition: Electrician Hobbies: Cars, Drumming, Football, Music Yearbook Staff 1, 4; Office Aid 1; Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 1; Stu- dent Council 3; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2 PAUL FRANCIS CURLEY Paul 261 Gallivan Boulevard School: Boston College High School Ambition: Lawyer College: Harvard Hobbies: Basketball. Surfing, Chess Honors 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Record Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor; Discussion Club 2,3, 4 (Secretary); Debating Club 2, 3, 4 (Presi- dent); Chess Club 3; Advanced Science Club 3; Math Club 4; Stamp Club 3; Room Coun- cilor 3, 4; Student Council Convention Dele- gate 4; Jr. Achievement 2 (Vice-President); Student Government Day (Alternate) ; M.I.T. High School Studies Program 3, 4; Alumni Committee 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Senior Class Executive Committee; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 ; Crew 2, 3, 4 Bobby ROBERT PAUL D’ANGELO 4807 Washington Street School: P. T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Lowell Tech Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Cars LAWRENCE TOFIC DAVID Larry 4843 Washington Street School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Art Teacher College: Museum of Fine Arts Hobbies: Building Cars, Painting, Hunting, Fishing Museum Art Scholarship 1, 2, 3 f ttflliHl THOMAS D. DEFILIPPO Tucker 72 Wordsworth Street School: John Cheverus Jr. High Ambition: Computer Programming College: Business School Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling Glee Club 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3 ROBERT JOHN DECHRISTOFARO Deke 9 Moville Street School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: To Join the Army College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports JEREMIAH RICHARD DAVIS Jerry- 25 Grady Ct. School: Fitton Grammar School Ambition: Mechanic Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball. Billiards MARK WILLIAM DELANO 919 Beacon Street School: Belmont Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Tufts University Hobbies: Swimming, Basketball, Golf Room Councilor 4; Social Committee 4; Class Office, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Swim 1. 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4) DENNIS ANTHONY DeMARI Lerch 99 Salem Street School: Michelangelo Jr. High Ambition: Pilot College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Basketball, Stick Ball Junior Achievement 3; Basketball 1 CLARK M. DEAVER Clarkie 1 1 Montpelier Road School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Florida A M Hobbies: Printing, Art, Sports, Field Events Room Athletic Councilor 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4 LOUIS JOHN DiGI AM PAOLO DiGi 168 Webster Street School: Donald McKay Jr. High Ambition: Law Enforcement College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Swimming Lawrence Prize, Italian 2 ; Room Councilor 2 MARK O. P. DEPINTO D.P. 20 Wentworth Street School: St. Matthews Jr. High Ambition: Electronic Technician College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Radio Fixing Fidelity Prize 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 MACEO CARVER DILLARD Deak 73 Fayston Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition: Business Major College: Boston Business School Hobbies: Boxing, Bowling, Basketball Track 3 ; Golf 2 RALPH EDWARD DEVANEY 57 Beechland Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Join the Navy Hobbies: Football, Swimming Lawrence Prize, Bookkeeping 1, 2; Glee Club 1 Captain 4; Drum and ANTHONY F. DIORIO 156 Salem Street School: Michaelangelo Jr. High Ambition: History Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Tropical Fish, Karate Fidelity Prize 3 ; Office Aid 3, Bugle 1 MARK EDWARD DEVIN 33 Bonair Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: University of New Hampshire Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councilor 2, 4; Prom Commit tee Chairman 4; Baseball 4; Swimming 1, 2 3, 4 (Captain 4) litgll i rluwl JAMES DENSMORE Stretch 350 Gallivan Boulevard School: St. Gregory’s Grammar School Ambition: Business Career College: Boston Business School Hobbies: Cars, Swimming, Music Dizzy 1S21 PAUL J. DTSIDORO 233 Everett Street School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Oceanographer College: University of Rhode Island Hobbies: Sports (Htj? iEtujltali KENNETH DONG 145 Sutherland School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 1, 4; Military Comm. 2, 3; Track 1 THOMAS F. DOHERTY 9 Elm Lawn School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineering College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Hockey Football 2, 3, 4 Tom LOUIS M. DuLONG 6 Sagamore Street School: Boston College High School Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: C.Y.O., Physical Exercise PAUL FRANCIS DOIRON 166 Princeton Street School: Norwell High School Ambition: Economics Major College: Northeastern University Basketball 1 ; Track 1 ; Soccer 1, 2 HAROLD L. DOLAN 43 Bradfield Avenue School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts DENNIS BERNARD DOHERTY 30 Stratten Street School: Soloman Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Art, Basketball, Football Room Councilor 3; Track 3 Duff KEVIN JOHN DUFFY 9 Carolina Avenue School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Track Track 2, 3, 4 (Captain) litiglt i d|0ol THOMAS E. DOWD 2 Orient Avenue Tom MICHAEL BERNARD DUNCAN Dunk 121 Walford Way School: St. Catherines Jr. High Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: Lowell Tech Hobbies: Astronomy Fidelity Prize 3; Room Councilor 2; Student Council 4 STEVEN JAMES DRISCOLL Steve 9 Harvard Park School: Soloman Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Scientist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Dancing Room Councilor 1 ; Military Comm. 3 RICHARD VINCENT DUNPHY 247 Willow Street School: Holy Name Jr. High Ambition: Business Management College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Swimming, Math Club II EDWARD CHARLES DUCIE 12 Cotuit Street School: St. Theresa Jr. High Ambition : Business College: Bentley College Hobbies: Golf, Bowling, Baseball Lawrence Prize, English I ; Glee Track 2 AYNSLEY X. DUPRE Duper Lee 40 St. Germain Street School: Prince School, Boston Ambition: Music College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music Room Councilor 2 ; Baseball 2 Dunf Camping Duce Club 1. 2; Pinhead XS21 English ANTHONY FRANK EGITTO Tony 30 Lyon Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Biologist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Boxing, Fishing ROBERT ANTHONY FASULO Spex 162 Endicott Street School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Boston Business Hobbies: Sports PAUL FRANCIS XAVIER FALLON Fggie 2207 Dorchester Avenue Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Chess, Tennis, Golf Library Corps 3, 4 MARK CHRISTOPHER EVANS 464 Ashmont Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Deep Sea Fishing Football 2, 3, 4 BRIAN JOSEPH DURAN 17 Bruce Street School: St. Marks Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Boston College Hobbies: Music, Sports Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4 LARRY WAYNE FAISON Lat 3 Nazing Court School: Rutherford High School Ambition: Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Swimming, Golf LEON PAUL-JOHN DZYGALA Diz 38 Dorset Street School: Peter Faneuil Jr. High Ambition: Politics College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Tennis, Writing, Politics Honors 1, 3; Lawrence Prize, Freshman under- graduate Scholarships; Record Staff, Editor 4; Chess Club 1; Coin Club 4; Debating Club 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; Office Aid 1, 2, 3, 4; Room Councilor 1 ; Room Athletic Coun- cilor 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4 (President); Student Council 4; Prom Committee 4; Military Comm. Drill Team 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4 Capt. Junior Year THOMAS G. FLAMMIO Tom 47 Buttonwood Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Radio Audio Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Amateur Radio, Electronics and Bowling Glee Club, Ski Club, Amatuer Radio Club, F.B.L.A., All City Chorus, Junior Achievement; Write for E.H.S. Record; Tennis 2 LAWRENCE THOMAS FAY 48 Monument Square School: Boston Latin Ambition: Journalist College: University of Mass. - — - Boston Hobbies: Camping, Sports Larry EDMOND THOMAS FLYNN Eddie 60 Boutwell Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Biologist College: University of Miami Hobbies: Swimming, Weightlifting, Reading Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Math Club 2, 3, 4; De- bating Society 1, 2 ALBERT E. FEETHAM 8 Sargent Street School: Catholic Memorial H. S. College: Boston State College Hobbies: Billiards, Tennis Glee Club 1 Red ROBERT I. FLYNN 3 Mystic Avenue School: St. Francis De Sales Jr. High Ambition: Policeman Hobbies: Hunting, Target Shooting Gugga STEVEN D. FINKEL Futz 115 Itasca Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition : Journalism College: University of Miami Hobbies: Music, Art, Reading Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 3; Room Coun- cilor 3 JEREMIAH FRANCIS FOLEY Jerry 65 Stanton Street School: Saint Matthews Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Gym 3 ; Glee Club 3 ; Discussion Club 3 ; Li- brary Corps 2; Room Councilor 4; Student Council (Treasurer) 4; Drum and Bugle 2; Baseball 1; Basketball 3, 4; Football 4; Track 1,2; Tennis 4 I960 RONALD JOSEPH FONTE Ron 54 Summit Street School: Most Precious Blood (Grammar) Ambition : Marine Scientist College: Suffolk College Hobbies: Scuba Diving, Motorcycle Driving Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 4 ; Crew Team 3 JOHN GEORGE GALCZYNSKI Big John 38 Ellery Street Ambition: Business College: Bentley College Hobbies: Coins, Radios, Sports, Magazines Chess Club 1, 3; Debating Club 1; Amateur Radio Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Coin Club 2; Office Aid 1 ANDREW GEORGE FORTUNKA 4 Blanche Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Physicist College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Electronics, Chess, Math Lawrence Prize, Math 2; PSSC 3; Math Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4 EDWARD ANTHONY GALVIN 665 E. 8th Street School: Mt. St. Charles Academy Ambition: I.B.M. Technician College: Bentley College Hobbies: Guitar Coin Club 1, 2; Track 1, 2 Whiz WAYNE MICHAEL FRASU Oger 1 1 Brandon Avenue School: William E. Russell Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Boston Business Hobbies: Baseball Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 ROLAND A. GARIEPY Big John 24 Train Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football Chess Club 4; F.L.B.A. 4; Ski Club 4; Scuba Diving 4; Soccer, Manager 4 RICHARD G. FREEMAN Booper 88 Florida Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Houston Hobbies: Sports, Music English XBZl Iftglj i rlunH JOSEPH P. GILLIGAN Joe 12 Bucknam Street School: Blessed Sacrament Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Stamp Collecting Office Aid 4 ; Library Corps 4 RICHARD J. GAY Rich 73 Liverpool Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Fishing STEPHEN JOSEPH GILLIGAN 68 Percival Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Policeman College: Suffolk College Hobbies: Music, Sports Gill ARTHUR GEE Artie 1-D Castle Ct. School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming, Stamps, Coins, Bowling Glee Club 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4 RANDY P. GOLDEN 1 1 Portina Road School: Edison Jr. High Ambition: Business Management College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball Baseball 1 ; Basketball 1 YOOK HEE GEE 42 Dwight Street Ambition: Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Movies, Traveling Math Club 3 EDWARD CHARLES GOLDMAN Eddie 46 Radnor Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coins, Golf, Football Coin Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Golf 4 1000 XBZl AARON A. GRANT Swan 38 Browing Avenue Ambition: Teacher College: Brandeis Room Athletic Councilor 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 HOWARD SCTO GWON Howie 8 Anselm Terrace School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Boston College Hobbies: Aquarium, Stamps Room Councilor 1 ; Room Athletic Councilor 1, 4; Track 2, 4 RONALD GREEN Ron 113 Charlame Street School: Prince Jr. High Ambition: Business College: San Jose State College Hobbies: Weightlifting, Jazz Glee Club 3; Football 3; Track 3 GERARD JAMES GRIVOIS 338 Centre Street School: Blessed Sacrament Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State Hobbies: Guitar, Reading Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2 VAHAN A. GUREKIAN Von 45 Lanark Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Coin, Stamps Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Coin Club 3; Room Coun- cilor 2, 3 WAI WAN GONG Bill 90 Bennett Street School: Pui Ching High School, Hong Kong Ambition: Medical Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Music, Movies, Swimming Collecting Stamps, Sports Chess Club 4; Math Club 4; Office Aid 4 £mimh Gerry STANLEY GORDON Stan 37 Crehore Road School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Business Administration College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Fishing Fidelity Prize 3; Coin Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3 ffitgfy § rltnnl JOHN J. HART 6 Ashland Street School: St. Ambrose Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Computer School Hobbies: Sports, Swimming, Football Glee Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3 WILLIAM K. HALEY Billy 22 Meadowview Road School: Saint Ann Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Piano, Dancing, Traveling Drama Club 3, 4; Theater Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3 ALLAN RUSSELL HAYES 26 E. Brookline Street School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition : Success in Business College: Grambling College Hobbies: Model Making, Coins, Records Glee Club 3 A1 FRED D. HARRIS 41 Alexander Street Ambition: Coast Guard College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Billiards, Ping Pong, Swimming Band 3 RICHARD KENNETH HAYES Richard 47 Bowdoin Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Naval Officer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Chess Chess Club 3 GEORGE A. HARRIS Harry 97 Hillside Street School: Mission Grammar School Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Cars, Skiing JOSEPH R. HECHAVARRIA Hech 7 Arcadia Street School: Francis Parkman Jr. High Ambition : To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Drawing, Weightlifting, All Sports, Guitar Fidelity Prize 1; Room Councilor 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 THOMAS JOSEPH HENNESSEY 10 Fox Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Electronic Technician College: Boston Technical Institute Hobbies: Music, Sailing Scuba Diving 4; Crew Team 2 I loose mu lEttglialj xnm GARY FRANCIS HILLIS 3 Woodbole Avenue College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, Football Honors 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 4; Discussion Club 2, 3; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aid 2, 3; Room Athletic Councilor 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2 BRIAN F. HICKMAN Hick 20 Hartlawn Road School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: State Policeman College: North Carolina State University Hobbies: Tennis, Weightlifting Patrol 3; Office Aid 3; Room Councilor 2; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3 RONALD I. HOBBS Ronnie 29 Wellington Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: IBM Technician College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Travel Math Club 3; Drama Club 4; Glee Club 4; Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; All-City Chorus 4; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4 (Executive Officer) RICHARD PAUL HIGGINS Dick 33 Blue Ledge Drive School: Boston Latin Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Hockey, Basketball Drama Club 4 EVERALD NEWTON HOLGATE 506 Joy Street School: Durham College of Commerce (Jamaica) Ambition: Dancer College: School of Drama Hobbies: Movies Theatre Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4 CARL A. HILL Carlos 38 Buswell Street School: Trinity College (West Indies) College: Dartmouth Glee Club 4; Chess Club 3; Office Aid 4; Library Corps 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Louie LOUIS HENRY JACOBS 29 Louders Lane School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports Scuba Diving 4; Swimming 3, 4 mittee 4 liQb i’rhmil Social Com FREDERICK JOHN HOWE Rickettes 66 Maple Street School: St. Mary’s High Ambition: Scientist College: University of Massachusetts Glee Club 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Track 3, 4 EVERETTE BAILEY JENKINS 353 Masachusetts Avenue School: Prince Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming Lawrence Prize, Art 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Bas- ketball 2 JOSEPH A. HUSAK Head 7 Duncan Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Burdett Hobbies: Fishing, Football F.B.L.A. 4 ARTHUR WILLIAM JOHNSON 429 Dudley Street School: St. Patrick’s Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State College ANTOINE WILSON JEAN 276 Seave Street School: Day School for Immigrants Ambition: To be Successful RICHARD MICHAEL HOWE 66 Maple Street School: St. Mary’s High Ambition: Doctor College: Boston College Glee Club 4; Biology Club 4; Science Club 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1 , 2 CHARLES M. JOHNSON Choo Choo Charlie 21 Middleton Street School: M. J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: History Teacher College: Brandeis University Hobbies: Reading, Writing Poetry, Sports Literary Society 4; Office Aid 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Basketball 1 Otyr iEttijltalj CLARK WARNER JOUDREY 46 Peterborough Street School: Doherty High School Ambition: Military Officer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Drag Racing EDWARD IVENSON JOHNSON 25 Woodward Place School: Prince School Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Basketball, Football Military Comm. 2 Eddie JOHN SALEM KALIL 7 Ringgold Street School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful WILLIAM ALFRED JOHNSON Bill 42 Robinwood Avenue School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football Math Club 2, 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Track 2, 3 WAYNE J. KAPUSTIN 14 C ooper Street School: St. Mary’s High Ambition: Bookkeeper College: Boston Business College Hobbies: Football Cat JAMES ANGELO JORDAN Jim Baby 16 Wentworth Street School: The Prince School Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councilor 1, 2, 3; Social Com- mittee 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 1021 Birdie iigb rijool BURTON MICHAEL KENDALL 21 Suncrest Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Miami of Ohio University Hobbies: Sports, Records, Dancing Glee Club 1 ; Newsletter Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Office Aid 1; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Junior Achieve- ment 3 ; Student Council 4 ; Baseball 1 ; Foot- ball 1,2; Track 1, 2 CHRISTOS KARAGRGIADIS 112 Union Park Street Ambition: Radio and Television Technician College: Northeastern University Lawrence Prize 3 ; Soccer 4 ALEXANDER M. KENIS Zorba the Greek 64 Chelmsford Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Psychologist College: Arkansas University Hobbies: Writing, Records, Dancing PAUL SHEPARD KELLEY, JR. G. I. Joe 39 St. Margaret Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Corporate Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Travel, Cars, Records, Sports Honors 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Electronics Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Office Aid 1, 4; Junior Achievement 4; All- City Chorus 3, 4; Student Council 1, 4 (Sec- retary) ; Yearbook Committee 4; Prom Com- mittee 4; Outstanding Teenager of America (1969) 4; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4 (The Captain) ; Crew 3 WILLIAM M. KERNS WILLIAM J. KEMPTON Billy 9 O’Meara Court School: Charlestown High Ambition: Broadcaster College: Emerson College Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Making Recordings Baseball 3 ; Basketball 2 WILLIAM F. KERVIN El Toro 26 Dickinson Road School: T. A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: State Trooper College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Motorcycles, wrestling Room Councilor 3; Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3 I9fi0 Ketch WILLIAM B. KETCHEN 93 Zoigler Street Wire English GARY F. KIMMEL Duck 145 Corey Street School: St. Theresa Grammar School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Swimming, Bowling, Hockey, Football Lawrence Prize, Typing 2; Swimming 1, 2 JEROME S. KIRSTEIN Jerry 105 Kilsyth Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Sociologist College: Boston University Hobbies: Tennis, Basketball, Music Honors 1; Yearbook Staff 3, 4 (Editor); Glee Club 1; Discussion Club 4 (President); Liter- ary Society 4; Editor: English-Latin Football Program ’68; Boston Globe Editors Conference (June 1968); Track 2; Tennis 3, 4 1821 RUSSELL HOWARD KRAITERMAN Russ 117 Redlands Road School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Coin Collecting Honors 1, 2; Coin Club 3, 4; Discussion Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4 JAMES M. KILROY 71 Hastings Street School: Boston Latin College: University of Rhode Island Hobbies: Skin Diving, Car Racing Lawrence Prize, Science 1 ; Room Athletic Councilor 2 ; Military Comm. 2 ; Crew 3 RICHARD EDWARD KRASOWSKI 1 1 Salcombe Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Oceanographer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Skin and Scuba Diving Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Rick THOMAS EDWARD KROLESKI Krow 115 Eastwood Circuit School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Nuclear Engineer College: U.S. Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Baseball, Rockets, Coin Collecting Fidelity Prize 2 ; Office Aid 3 Pong jiftijfy i rijool CHI PING LAU 494 Tremont Street Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Swimming GARY E. LAMB 15 Albano Street School: Blessed Sacrament Jr. High Ambition: Priest College: St. John’s Seminary Fidelity Prize 3 ; Red Cross Liason 4 VICTOR LAU Vic 35 Dwight Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Cars, Guitars Junior Achievement 4; Military Comm. 2, 3 FRANCIS RODRICK LANDRY 41 Orient Avenue School: St. Dominic Savio High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Teachers College Hobbies: Bowling, Swimming Record Staff 1 ; Discussion Club 3 ; Room Councilor 2 : Room Athletic Councilor 1 DENNIS ANTHONY LAURIA 196 Salem Street School: Boston College High School Ambition: Business Manager College: Bentley College Hobbies: Sports, Mechanics Glee Club 1; F.B.L.A. 3; Office Aid 3 Denny RICHARD CARLSON LANNON Richie 30 Egleston Street School: St. Joseph School Ambition: Veterinarian College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Movies, Dancing Honors 4; Lawrence Prize, Spanish 3; Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 4; Military Comm. 2 LARRY S. LEAVITT 33 Hatherly Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition : IBM Operator College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Collecting Coins JIMMY LEE 18 Grove Street School: Prince School Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Junior Achievement 3 CARL LEMAR 96 Bird Street RICHARD W. LEE Rick 15 Wal Deck Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: Boston University Hobbies: Water Skiing, Photography Patrol 2, 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3, 4; Alumni Committee 4; Football 2, 3 DOMENIC LOUIS LEONIDA 40 Franconia Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Coins, Stamps, electronics ROBERT LEE 306 Shawmut Avenue STEPHEN EDWARD LeSAGE Snerge 109 Sawyer Avenue School: William E. Russell Jr. High School Ambition: Forest Ranger College: University of Maine Hobbies: Sports, Jewelry Making, Coins, Stamps Track 2 TAN Y. LEE Tony 34 Fordham Road School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Karate, Mountain Climbing Patrol 3 XS2 JOHN LICHT 528 Dorchester Avenue School: P. F. Gavin Jr. High Ambition: Engineer Hobbies: Model Airplanes, Rockets, Chess, Tennis, Electronics Lawrence Prize, German 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 2; Chess Club; 3; Rocket Club 3; German 2, 3 ; Tennis 3 KAZIMIERZ LESKOW Kazik 80 Harbor View Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Soccer 3, 4 BARRY LISCHINSKY 46 Wildwood Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Coins, Cars Track 2 STUART P. LEVINE Stu. 37 Glenhill Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Coin Collecting Swimming Honors 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4 PAUL L. LOUD 115 Orton Marotta Way STEPHAN E. LEWIS Valentine 77 Codman Pk. School: Dearborn Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Howard University Hobbies: Basketball, Football Basketball 1 GOK Y. LOUIE 18 Lagrange Street Ambition: Electrician College: Northeastern University Track 3 DENNIS MATTHEW LOVETT 53 Addington Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Lawyer College: Amherst College Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councilor 4 Denny (% tnnltHh STUART A. MacDONALD Stu 79 Carolina Avenue School: Blessed Sacrament Jr. High Ambition: Mechanic MICHAEL J. MacDONALD Mike 23 St. Rose Street Football 3, 4 FRANK G. LUONGO Jack 45 Charter Street School: Michelangelo Jr. High Ambition: Artist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Sculpture and Painting, Coin Collecting Coin Club 3 ALFRED DONALD LUONI Don 6 Cawfield Street School: Saint Kevin Jr. High Ambition: Architect College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Coins, Stamps, Cars, Dancing Glee Club 3 ; Coin Club 3 DANIEL A. MacEACHERN Chickie 48 Carolina Avenue School: R. G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Computer Technician College: Boston State College Hobbies: Football, Basketball Track 2 DONALD BLAIR MacDOUGALL Don 2 1 Orkney Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hobbies: Golf, Oil Painting, Baseball Math Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4 PAUL J. MAGUIRE 19 Rumford Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Tufts College Hobbies: Sports, Chess, Pool Fidelity Prize 3; Office Aid 3, 4; Room Councilor 4; National Honor Society 4 fjjtyh School DONALDO P. MACEDO Don 364 Centre Street School: Licew Jileanes (Portugal) Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: (Soccer) Sports Soccer 4 CHARLES F. MAHONEY 589 Freeport Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Football, Billiards, Bowling KENNETH S. MAHNKE Ken 20 Imrie Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Harvard University Hobbies: Ping Pong, Cars, Sports Honors 1; Chess Club 4; Math Club 4; Ski Club 4; Debating Society 4; Science Club 3, 4; Scuba Diving 4; Office Aid 3; Social Com- mittee 4 RICHARD J. MACKEY 1617 Dorchester Avenue Charlie ANTHONY MAGOON Tony 91 Nightingale Street School: M. E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: University of New Hampshire Song Committee 4 JAMES B. MANNING Jim 65 Neponset Avenue School: St. Gabriels Grammar School Ambition : Radio Broadcaster College: Emerson Hobbies: Photography, Water Sports, Football Track 2 Rick LEO C. MANNING Big Leo 146 N Street School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: To be Successful College: Bentley College Hobbies: Pool, Sports Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 1, 2, 3; Foot- ball 4 john j. McCarthy 74 Codman Hill Avenue School: B. C. High School Ambition: Dentist College: Tufts College Hobbies: Tennis, Football Fidelity Prize 2; Baseball 4; Track 4 Jack PAUL R. MANSON Mace 71 Sawyer Avenue School: Boston College High Ambition: To be Successful College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Motorcycles Football 4; Track 1, 2 JOHN F. McDonald Chicken 18 Bartlett Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Reading, Swimming, Baseball, Basket- ball PAUL J. MARTINO Marty 28 Freeland Street School: St. Gregory’s Jr. High Ambition: Study Prosthetics College: New York University Hobbies: Skin Diving, Cars, Sports Skin Diving Club 3; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL S. MCDONALD Turkey 18 Bartlett Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Checkers Fidelity Prize 3; Room Councilor 2; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Band 1 STEPHEN J. McCABE Mac 8 Alleghany Street School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: Military Officer College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Cars, Sports Fidelity Prize 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Football 2, 4; Track 4 (The fcittjliah 1H21 ilixjli i’rlunH THOMAS F. McGRATH 10 Elm Lawn School: St. Mark’s Jr. High Ambition: Successful Businessman College: Boston State College Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Bowling, F.B.L.A. 4; Patrol 4; Library Office Aid 4 Tom Swimming Corps 3 MICHAEL J. MEDAIROS Mike 104 Monticello Avenue Ambition : Military Officer College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Camping 1000 ROBERT J. MCDONALD Bobby 1 1 Phillips Street Ambition : Policeman College: Police Academy Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball michael j. McLaughlin 441 Centre Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Archaeologist College: University of Chicago Lawrence Prize 3, Visual Perception ; Literary Society 4 ; Library Corps 3 BRIAN McDONOUGH Brian 78 Pleasant Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Reading, Swimming JAMES P. McGARTH Jimmy 58 Highland Street School: Boston Tech Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Swim- ming, C.Y.O. RALPH A. MELCADANTE 15 Endicott Street Ambition: Football Player College: So. California University Hobbies: Football, Cars SAMUEL F. MICELI Sam 19 Bucknam Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: U. S. Marine College: Harvard University Hobbies: Bodybuilding, Track, Driving, Books Patrol 2 ; Military Comm. 2 PETER J. MONOPOLI Dirty Pierre 2 Buckingham Street Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Cars, Hockey Glee Club 1 ROBERT P. MICHALOWSKI Bob 21 Greenough Avenue School: St. Thomas Aquinas Jr. High Ambition: Psychologist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Music, Sports, Cars Room Athletic Councilor 3 JOSEPH G. MONTAGUE 19 Montpelier Road School: O. W. Holmes Jr. High Ambition: To Survive College: I.B.M. School Hobbies: Basketball, Football Montique LAWRENCE MILESKY Larry 1961 Commonwealth Avenue School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Electronics, Amateur Radio Lawrence Prize, Physics 3; Amateur Radio Club 4 SHELDON C. MORRIS 126 Crawford Street School: Lewis Junior High Ambition: Disc Jockey College: Emerson College Hobbies: Sports, Automobiles Fidelity Prize 3 Shelt STANLEY PAUL MILLER 617 Morton Street School: Hyde Park High Ambition: Store Manager College: Mass Bay State College Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Basketball Stan atyp lEngltalj 1B21 Mike MICHAEL O. MULLALLY 6 Mt. Cushing Terrace Schooll William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition : Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Skiing, Swimming, Basketball Ski Club 4; Military Comm. 2, 3 RAYMOND P. MORTLOCK Ray 56 Tobin Court School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: Teacher Hobbies: Music, Drama, Sports, Coins, Stamps Lawrence Prize, French 3; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Patrol 2; Office Aid 2; Library Corps 2; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 1; Prom Committee 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Drum and Bugle 1 ROBERT G. MURPHY “Murph” 57 Milton Avenue School: St. Thomas Grammar School Ambition: Lawyer Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Swimming Football 2 RICKY S. MOY 77A E. Berkeley Street School: Tak Ming School (Hong Kong) Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Volleyball, Fishing, Swim- ming Math Club 4; Soccer 4 THOMAS H. MURPHY Murf The Surf 43 Franklin Hill Avenue School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Police Detective College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Automobiles, Swimming ANNUNZIO D MUCCINI Nunz 99 Wellsmere Road School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Stamps, Football, Swimming, C.Y.O. PAUL E. MYERS 89 Glenellen Road School: Christopher Columbus Jr. High Ainbition: Businessman College: Bentley Hobbies: Basketball, Football Office Aid 4 Myer 19B9 IBZl Cool Ed EDWARD G. NAGLE 72 Calumet Street School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Cars, Sports Track 2, 3 m? fcnnltah MICHAEL J. NEE, JR. Mike 16 Johnswood Road School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Skiing, Golf, Hockey, Tennis Discussion Club 4; Band 4; Assembly Com- mittee 2, 3, 4 VINCENT J. NAPOLITANO 127 McGreevey Way School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: Data Processing Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Basketball Vinnie FRANK A. NOE 258 Paris Street School: Sacred Heart Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Cars Room Athletic Councilor 4; Vice-President Junior Achievement 3, 4; F.B.L.A. (Vice- President) 4; Prom Committee 4 AMERICO NAPPA Rico 20 Orient Avenue School: Curtis Guild Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports Lawrence Prize, Algebra 1 ; Room Athletic Council 4; Alumni Committee 4; Class Office, Exec. Comm. 4; Football 2, 3, 4 (Captain) DAVID A. OBERMAN “Obie” 18 Baird Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Electronics Technician College: Boston Vocational Tech Hobbies: Coins, Bowling, Basketball, Baseball, Automobiles Yearbook Staff 4; Coin Club 3, 4 JEFFREY C. NATHANSON Jeff 282 Foster Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars Office Aid 4; Chem. Lab. Assistant 4 Rick RICHARD J. PALERMO 539 Weld Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Law College: Boston College Hobbies: Fishing, Water Skiing Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Coin Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Highway Safety 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Patrol 2, 3, 4; Office Aid 2, 3, 4; Room Councilor 2, 3, 4; Room Ath- letic Councilor 1; Lab. Assistant 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Govt. Day Delegate 4; National Honor Society (President) 4; Class Office, Vice-President 4; Hockey 1, 2 DANIEL J. O’LEARY Danny 1 1 1 Running Brook Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Interior Designer College: New England School of Art Hobbies: Swimming, Reading, Art Drill Team 3 itglj 5 dj00l HUGO W. ORTIZ Nemo 86 Jersey Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Swimming, Records NICHOLAS BASIL PARKAS Nick 3 Joslin Road School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sailing, Riflery Physics Club 3; Debating Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Patrol 2, 3; Office Aid 2, 3; Room Councilor 1, 2; Room Athletic Coun- cilor 3; Crew 1, 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Basketball 1 GEORGE PANITSIDIS 118 Union Park Street Hobbies: Football George DANIEL G. O’NEIL 1 9 Grovenor Road School: Blessed Sacrament School Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Tennis, Bowling Lawrence Prize 1 ; Fidelity Prize 1 VINCENT PARIS I 46 Lewis Street School: Michalangelo Jr. High Hobbies: Coins Crew Team 3 Vinnie MB WILLIE D. PARKMAN 202 Dudley Street School: Dearborn Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Syracuse College Hobbies: Basketball Social Committee 4; Basketball 1 ball 1 (Eli? English 2, 3; Foot- IBZl JOHN J. PAYNE Jonny England 77 Woodlawn Street School: Boston Trade Ambition: Public Service College: Dartmouth College FRANK A. PARLANTE Leo 13 Sheafe Street School: Michalangelo Jr. High Ambition: Missile Technician Hobbies: Amateur Rocketry, Astronomy RAYMOND M. PENDLETON “Pendy” 51 W. Tremlett Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Computer Programmer College: Mass. Bay Hobbies: Drums, Spagmotas STEVEN G. PASCHAL Stevie P. 99 Wayland Street School: Timilty Jr. High Hobbies: Basketball, Billiards “E” 69 Club 3; Military Comm. 3, 4 Sgt. ANTHONY V. PENTA 144 Bayswater Street School: St. Lazarus Jr. High Ambition: Data Processing Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Fishing, Golf, Bowling CHARLES T. PAULL Charlie 647 Saratoga Street Ambition: Engineer College: Boston State College Vinnie iigli i dtool VINCENT POLITO 679 River Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Business Executive College: Yale College Chess Club 1, 3 ROBERT A. PENTA Bob 720 Saratoga Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Coins Honor Roll 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Office Aid 3 JOSEPH P. PORTER 34 Soley Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Hobbies: Pool, Sports, Bowling Band 1; Baseball 4; Track 4 BRUCE A. PETERS 360 Mount Vernon Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Marine Biologist Hobbies: Drawing, Painting RAYMOND T. PORTER 29 Russell Street School: St. Francis Desales Jr. High Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Bowling, Reading RICHARD P. PIEPRZYCKI Rick 65 Middle Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition : Draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Chess Club 3; Crew Team 1; Soccer 4 STEPHEN R. POTTER Steve 67 Homer Street School: John Cheverus School Ambition: Scientist College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Ice Skating, Coin Collecting Honor Roll 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, National Honor Society 4 0fi9 JOHN M. POWERS 9 Montello Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High College: Andover Institute of Business Hobbies: Hotrods, Swimming, Boating F.B.L.A. 3 Jack JORGE F. RODRIQUEZ 1 6 Royce Road JOHN S. RADEOS 4 Dracut Street School: Dorchester High School Ambition: Doctor College: Harvard University Rocket Society 3; Drama Club 3; Ski Club 4; Swim Team 4 MIGUEL A. RODRIGUEZ 10 Rossmore Road School: Francis Parkman Jr. High Ambition: IBM Data Processing College: Miami Junior Dade Hobbies: Swimming, Tennis Room Councilor 4 Mike GEORGE M. REAMS, JR. Cherokee, Big George 995 Dorchester Avenue School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Hunter College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Swimming, Drawing, Hiking, Camping, Hunting, Fishing Fidelity Prize 3; Record Staff 4; Drama Club 4; Art Team 3; Correspondence Editor 4; Student Council 4 PAUL K. ROGERS 264 Mt. Vernon Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Drumming, Basketball F.B.L.A. 3, 4 ALAN S. RICHARDSON 40 Auriga Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: U. of Mass. Hobbies: Sports Drama Club 4; Rocket Society 3; Room Coun- cilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Social Committee 4; Football 3, 4; Golf 4; Swim- ming 4 1B21 GREGORY L. RYAN Greg 27 Pheasant Street School: Gate of Heaven School College: U. of Mass. Key Cage 3, 4 STUART J. ROSS Stu 689 Walk Hill Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Yearbook Staff 4; Key Cage 3, 4 KEVIN CHRISTOPHER RYAN Duke 8 Sunset Street School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: Accountant College: Mass. Bay Community College Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Golf, Baseball Glee Club 3, 4; Music Club 3, 4; Social Com- mittee 4; Hockey 1, 3, 4 COURTNEY C. A. RUSSELL 755 Morton Street School: High School in Jamaica Ambition: Doctor College: Boston University Hobbies: Swimming, Photography, Electronics Glee Club 3; Junior Achievements 3; Swim- ming Team 3, 4; Basketball 1 THOMAS P. RYAN Huck 15 Magdala Street School: Saint Gregory’s Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: U. S. Marine Corp. Hobbies: Cars, Sports Room Councilor 3, 4; Track 1, 2; F.B.L.A. 3; Art Team 3, 4 JOHN F. RUSSELL Jack 1 1 2 School Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Chemist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Karate, Skiing, Music, Football, Scout- ing Chess Club 3; Skin and Scuba Club 4; Presi- dent of Junior Achievement 3, 4; Tennis 4 STEFAN ROHACH Steve 31 Lorette Street School: Technical High Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Rocketry Coins, Stamp Collecting Patrol 1; English Essay Contest Prize; Junior Achievement 2; Glee Club 1 DAVID SAMMS Junkie 14 Johnston Road School: Patrick T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition: Business Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Photography “E” 69 Club 3; Military Comm. Drill Team (Captain) 3, 4; Track 2, 3 (Eh? English JOHN SEID 252 Broadway School: Abraham Lincoln Junior High School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Books Fidelity Prize 1; Chess Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; Rocket Club 3, 4 GARY M. SAWAYER 5031 Washington Street School: R. G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Oceanographer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hunting, Water Sports Scuba Club 3 ROBERT C. SEQUEIRA Bob 109 Union Park Street School: Charles Mackey Junior High School Hobbies: Sports, Books, Dancing Fidelity Prize 3; French Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4 (President); F.B.L.A. 4; Discussion Club; Record Staff; President of Junior Achievement; Boston Association DAVID D. SCANNELL Dave 257 Pond Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Teacher College: St. Michael’s Hobbies: Golf, Hockey, Sailing, Skiing Art Club 4; Highway Safety Club 4; Office Aid 2; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Museum Scholarship Class 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Track 2 JAMES AUGUSTUS SHANAHAN Lance 127 St. Andrew Road School: St. Mary’s (Grammar School) Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Weight Lifting Honor Roll 1, 2; Lawrence Prize, Algebra 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Room Councilor 1; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Social Committee 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Football 2, 3, 4 PERCY A. SCOTT 10 Charlame Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Bryant Stratton “E” 69 Club 3 Brother xnzx WILLIAM T. SHEPARD Fat Daddy 617 Harrison Avenue School: Thomas Edison Junior High Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Cars, Pool, Basketball, Horseback Riding TERRY ALLEN SHAW Terry 14 Essex Street School: Clarence R. Edwards Junior High Ambition: Broadcaster College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Science Fiction Yearbook Staff 4; Highway Safety Club 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 4; Track 2, 3, 4 (Indoor and Out- door) MARK LOUIS SHULMAN Turkey 52 Evelyn Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High Ambition: Data Processor College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Photography, Ichthyology Camera Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4 LEONARD PHILIP SHEA Len 35 Brandywyne Dr. School: Dominic Savio High School Ambition: Business Manager College: Mass. Bay College Hobbies: Car Mechanics, Hunting F.B.L.A. 4; Discussion Club 4; Junior Achieve- ment 4 SEBASTIAN JOSEPH SICARI 232 Havre Street School: Sacred Heart High School Ambition : Business Consulant College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Cars Future Business Leaders of America 4; Dis- cussion Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2 MICHAEL THOMAS SHEA 17 Southern Avenue School: St. Matthew Grammar School Ambition: Car Mechanic Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Billiards Red HENRY SIDEROPOULOS Sid 678 Mass. Avenue School: Thomas A. Edison Junior High Ambition: Doctor College: Harvard LIniversity Hobbies: Piano, Soccer, Volley Ball, Classics Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize 1 ; German III 3; French III; Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff (Biography Editor) 4; Chess Club 4 (Captain) ; Office Aid 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Alumni Committee 4 (Chair- man); Football 4; Soccer 3, 4 (Captain); Red Cross Rep. 4 liimi JOHN A. SIMMONDS Little Afro 73 Crawford Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Junior High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Brandeis University Hobbies: Cars, Basketball, Bowling, Horseback Riding Junior Achievement 3 JAMES SILVERMAN 65 Westmore Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High Ambition: Electronics College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Racing Cars, Dancing, Music Coin Club 3, 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Lab Asst. 4 RICHARD EDWARD SLOWE Rich 2 Rambler Street School: Robert G. Shaw Junior High College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Sports Junior Achievement 4; Cross Country 3, 4 RONALD GUY SILVERIO Ronney 64 Ashford Street School: Thomas A. Edison Junior High Ambition: Pilot College: Boston University Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Swimming F.B.L.A. 4; Discussion Club 4; Room Coun- cilor 2, 4; Junior Achievement 4; Alumni Committee 4 ALAN SLATON A1 14 Prescott Street School: St. Patrick’s Grammar School College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Fishing, Basketball NELSON SIGELMAN 30 Kardon Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Oceanographer College: University of Florida Hobbies: Scuba Diving, Photography Yearbook Staff, Photography Editor 4 Diving Club (President) 4; Debating 4; Literary Club 4 ; Discussion Club 3, 4 tion Biology Club 4; Drama Club 4 Councilor 4; Crew Team 4; Student 4; Newsletter 4; Yearbook Comm., Program (Business Editor), 4; Class Dress and Discipline Committee Siggy (Hhr iEttnltaJ ; Scuba Club 3, ; Radia- ; Room Council Football Office, FRANCIS XAVIER SIRAGUSA Nose 26 Lake Street School: Christopher Columbus Junior High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston College Hobbies: Band, Football Yearbook Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; News- letter Staff 4; Room Councilor 4; Student Council 4; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Base- ball 1 EDWARD S. SOPLE Eddie 36 Juliette Street School: St. Thomas Aquinas Jr. High School Ambition: Teacher (Mathematics) College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Baseball, Cars Honors 1, 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Office Aid 2; Room Councilor 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4 Itglf i rluutl HOWARD C. SMOKLER Howie 15 Colliston Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Guitar, Current Events Discussion Club 4; Student Council 4; News- letter Staff 4 GREGORY SMITH Sonny 68 Annunciation Road School: Maurice J. Tobin Junior High Ambition: Businessman College: North Carolina State College Hobbies: Basketball English Club 4 JOSEPH V. SOTER Joe 77 Harbor View Street School: South Boston High School Ambition: To be a Success College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Boxing, Cars Honors 4; Room Councilor 1; Track 2 MUNFRED SOUZA Fred 14 Higgins Street School: W. H. Taft Jr. High School Ambition: Architectural Designer College: Boston University Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Billiards Discussion Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Junior Achieve- ment 4 KAM-CHI SOO-HOO Tom 43 Dwight Street School: Day School for Immigrants Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Reading, Electronics Honors 3; Math Club 4; Rocket Society 4; Chess Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Radiation Biology Club 4; Art Team 3, 4 STEVEN LEE SPELLMAN Steve 27 Trapelo Street School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High School Ambition: Sports Announcer College: Boston College Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football Yearbook Staff 4 (Sports Editor) XBZl ALEX NICHOLAS SPILIAKOS A1 5 Marlowe Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High School Ambition: Accountant College : Bentley College Hobbies: Coins, Y.M.C.A., Baseball, Basketball Junior Achievement 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4 She lEngltatf JOHN CARROL STANLEY Stan 21 Highland Park Avenue School: James P. Timilty Jr. High School Ambition: Doctor College: Coast Guard Academy Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball FRANCIS M. SULLIVAN Sully 18 Kemp Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High School Ambition: Teacher College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Sports, Jazz Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Lawrence Prize 3; National Honor Society 4 Sully NORMAN STEMBRIDGE Stem 20 Alpine Street School: Dearborn Jr. High School Ambition: Social Worker College: La Salle College Hobbies: Jazz, Sports, Records Glee Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Basketball 2, 4 JAMES B. STENMON Jim 8 Spring Garden Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High School College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Coaching Fidelity Prize 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 3, 4 WILLIAM G. STAVROS Bill 1980 Commonwealth Avenue School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High School Ambition: Hotel Administrator College: University of Mass. Hobbies: Cars, Coins Numismatic Club 4; Junior Achievement 4 JAMES J. SULLIVAN 101 Elm Street Ambition: Commercial Artist Hobbies: Drawing WAYNE TAM 2-C Emerald Court School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Karate Fidelity Prize 2 ; Soccer 2 fjjigll i riunil JEROME F. SYBERTZ Sy 4 Mendum Street School: Sacred Heart Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: U. of Mass, or Bridgewater Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Hockey Current Events Club; Office Aid 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Prom Committee 4 ; Base- ball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1 Kenny KENNETH P. THOMAS 40 Stratton Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Baseball 2, 4 XQM WILLIAM W. TEAL Weslly 73 Maywood Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition : Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Track JOHN E. SULLIVAN 116 McGreevey Way RODERICK L. TASWELL 179 Hillside Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Government Worker College: Brandeis University Hobbies: Records ROBERT L. SULTIS Bob 139 Wellington Hill Street School: Dearborn Jr. High Ambition : Businessman College: Harvard University Hobbies: Art, Basketball Lawrence Prize 2 ; Room Athletic Councilor 2 ; Track 4 Rod 1321 English ing Honors 1 , 2, 4 ; Yearbook Staff Assistant Editor 4; Debating Club 3 (Sec.-Treas.) ; Discussion Club 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4 (Director 1 ); Office Aid 3; Room Councilor 3, 4; Student Council 3 (Vice-President) 4; Alumni Com- mittee 4; Newsletter Staff 4; Radiation Biolo- gy 4; Literary Society 4; M.I.T. High School Studies Program 3, 4; Dress Code Com. 4; Discipline Com. 4; Yearbook Committee 4 TIMOTHY P. TOWNER Tim 12 Chestnut Square School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Undecided College: Boston University Hobbies: Collecting Records and Comic Books Honors 2; Lawrence Prize, Latin III 3; Glee Club 3 ; Patrol 3 ; Room Athletic Councilor 2 KEVIN L. THOMPSON Tommy 7 Durham Street School: Prince School Ambition: Engineer College: Villanova College Hobbies: Math, Sports, Reading, Music Honors 3, 4; Fidelity Prize 1; Glee Club 1,2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Office Aid 2; Track 1 GEORGE R. TRINGALI Chino 57 Wheatland Avenue School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Airplane Pilot College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Cars, Guitar Yearbook Staff 4; Lab Assistant 4; Military Comm. 3, 4 First Lieutenant; Football 2, 3 ROBERT B. THOMPSON Bits-Bips 31 Alaska Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Weapons Studies, Racing Swimming Club 2; Glee Club 3; Track 2 JAMES A. TRINGALI Tony 57 Wheatland Avenue School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Businessman College: U. Mass. Hobbies: Cars GARY S. TIMLIN Gisy 96 Roanoke Road School: Washington Irving Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Chess, Tennis Fishing F.B.L.A. 4; Baseball 3, 4 RICHARD J. THOMAS Nummy 54 Kenneth Street School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Doctor College: Bowdoin College Hobbies: Writing, Sports, Reading, Drawing, Act- Turtle §rinuil DAVID B. TURTELTAUB 1 7 Sutton Street School: Boston Technical High Ambition : Lawyer College: University of Houston Hobbies: Cards, Driving, Football Debating Club 1, 3 JOSEPH I. TRIPP 525 Park Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Jf. High Ambition: Announcer College: Undecided Hobbies: Art RICHARD J. VALANZOLA 308 Belgrade Avenue School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Drumming, Bowling, Sports Baseball 2 Val WAI L. TSANG 72 Waltham Street School: Chinese YMCA College Ambition: Engineer College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Sports Math Club 3, 4 MARK W. VARGO 220 Hyde Park Avenue School: Parkman School Ambition: Corporation President College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Photography, Camping, Sports Fidelity Prize 3; Room Athletic Councilor 1; Track 2, 3, 4 THOMAS J. TURNER Tom 10 Elder Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Minister Hobbies: Chess, Swimming, Boxing, Football Science Club 3; Junior Achievement 3. 4 ROBERT C. VASSALL 5003 Washington Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Writer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hi-Fi Rob ma THEMISTOCLES VLAHOULIS 407 South Huntington Avenue Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Soccer 3 Lak ms English Marty MARTIN J WALSH 8 Wilcutt Road School: Don Bosco Tech. Jr. High Ambition: Business Manager College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hockey, Cars PETER GEORGE VOISIN Pete 252 Moss Hill Road School: Boston Latin Ambition: Musician College: Oberlin College Hobbies: Fishing, Golf, Coin Collecting, Sports, Photography, Composing Yearbook Staff 1, Activity Editor 4; Editor of Newsletter 4; Radiation Biology Seminar 4; Band 4; Literary Society 4; Military Comm. Pvt. 3; Track 4; Student Council 4 PAUL ANTHONY WESSLING 6 Brookway Terrace School: St. Andrew School Ambition: F.B.I. College: Northeastern-Stanford Hobbies: Boxing, Hockey, Riflery, Football, Baseball Cafeteria 4 Swimming, JOEL WASSERMAN 30 Banfield Avenue School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Jet Mechanic College: East Coast Aero Tech Hobbies: Tropical Fish TYRONE T. WALLACE Ty 1 1 Hanson Street School: G. E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition: Professional Basketball College: Syracuse College Hobbies: Drums, Band, Singing, Driving, Sports E “69” 4; Office Aid 2; Room Councilor 2, 4; Prom Committee 4; Class Office, President; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Track 1 THOMAS W. WHELTON 97 Bartlett Street School: Clarence R. Edwards Jr. High Ambition: Unknown College: Coast Guard Academy Swimming 2, 3, 4 Tom 1060 Iftgfl i rlmnl CHARLES WILLIAMS 424 Seaver Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Jr. High Ambition : Computer Programmer College: Undecided Hobbies: Karate, Swimming, Basketball Office Aid 4 Chucky GEORGE J. WHIDDON 25 Bowdoin Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Playing Guitar Art Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Football 2 EDWARD R. WILLIAMS Eddie 9 Brinsley Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Computer Operator College: University of California Hobbies: Football, Track, Car Modeling, Jazz Room Councilor 4 ; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Alumni Committee 4; Orchestra 1; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2 ROBERT G. WHITMARSH 260 Ruggles Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Military Career Hobbies: Models Military Comm., Captain Honor Guard 2, 3, 4 JAMES A. WILLIAMS Scooter 48F Westminster Ct. School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition: Accounting C.P.A. College: Hartford School of Accounting Office Aid 4 ; Room Councilor 2 JOHN S. WILLIAMS 41 Prentiss Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Chef College: Northeastern University Office Aid 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Baseball 2, 3; Football 4 CALVERT B. WHITWORTH Cal 55 Wilcock Street School: Jamaica High Ambition: Biological Scientist College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Stamp Collecting Glee Club 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Soc- cer 3, 4 1B21 (Eht English JAMES L. WONG Jim 467 Tremont Street School: B.M.C. Durfee High School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Reading Lawrence Prize, Modern History 3; Chess Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3 KENNETH M. WING 38-C Paul Place School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition : Electrical Engineer College: Lowell Tech Hobbies: Basketball, Swimming, Chess, Cars Art Club 4; Glee Club 2; Junior Achievement JOSEPH WONG Joe 65 Harvard Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: Aerospace Engineer College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Martial Arts Glee Club 1; Junior Achievement 3; Drill Team 4 DAVID WONG Dave 58 Quint Avenue Ambition: Drafting College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Tennis, Pool, Basketball Chess Club 1 ; Room Athletic Councilor 1 ; Track 2 GEORGE A. WONG PETER F. WONG 77 Chandler Street School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Chess, Sports, Collecting Coins Fidelity Prize 2; Chess Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2 ; Room Councilor 2 CHARLES M. WILSON Charlie 164 Calumet Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Draftsman College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Reading, Cars, Photography Fidelity Prize 1 ; Track 1 iigh DEAN M. YANARELLA 39 Colonial Avenue School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: Scooters, Animals THOMAS Y. WONG Tom 65 Harvard Street School: Abraham Lincoln Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Record Collecting Fidelity Prize 3; Art Club 4; Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4; Room Councilor 3, 4 KING Y. YEE 242 Shawmut Avenue DWIGHT F. WOOD Duke 5 Dove Street School: St. John’s Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Boston School of Business Education Hobbies: Swimming, Boating, Fishing Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 2; Junior Achievement 3; F.B.L.A. 4 MICHAEL WOSNY, JR. 1028 Truman Highway School: William B. Rogers Jr. High Ambition: Jet Mechanic College: East Coast Aero Tech Hobbies: Cars Woney 1963 VINCENT BALDWIN Bo 140 Ward Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Jr. High Ambition: Baseball Player Hobbies: Coins, Sports (Baseball) GEORGE EDWIN BARRETT Lonesome George 621 A Harrison Avenue School: Cathedral High Ambition: Accountant College: Boston Business School Hobbies: Sports Office Aid 3; F.B.L.A. 3 MELVIN BLACKMAN Mel 94 Whitfield Street School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Artist College: Art School Hobbies: Drawing Model Cars, Football, Trumpet Fidelity Prize 1; Yearbook Staff Artist 3, 4; Record Staff, Artist 3, 4; Chess Club 1 DANIEL STEPHEN BONICA Danny 35 Fanieul Street School: St. Columbkille Jr. High Ambition: Pilot College: Air Force Academy Hobbies: Sports GLENN W. BOUTILIER 50 Paragon Road School: Catholic Memorial High School Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State College Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Stamp Collecting F.B.L.A. 1, 2 KEVIN BERNARD BOYLE 9 Nira Avenue School: Blessed Sacrament Jr. High Ambition : To be Successful Hobbies: Sports BERTRAM ALLEN BROOKS Bert 151 Stanwood Street School: South Side High (New Jersey) Ambition: Economics Major Hobbies: Singing, Dancing Glee Club 3 VERNON BUGG Reverend 277-A Walnut Avenue School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Baseball Player Military Comm. 3 PHILIP MICHAEL BRYANT 33 Castlegate Road School: P. T. Campbell Jr. High EDWARD CHERKEZIAN 40 Carson Circle School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Poet Hobbies-: Poe try, Coins GEORGE P. CIDLEVICH Cid 112 Pleasant Street School: Boston Technical High Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State ANTHONY R. COBUCCIO Tony 17 Parker Hill Avenue School: St. Mary’s Seminary Ambition: Auto Mechanic College: Mechanic School Hobbies: Auto Mechanics, Football Fidelity Prize 3; Military Comm. 3 FREDERICK M. CONNOLLY Fred 50 Monument Square School: C. L. Edwards Jr. High Ambition: Professional Musician College: Berkley School of Music Hobbies: Music, Swimming JOHN WILLIAM COOKE Cookie 25 Holbrook Street School: St. Thomas Jr. High Ambition: Policeman College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Basketball FRANCIS XAVIER COTTER Frank 36 Elton Street School: Christopher Columbus Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State College Room Councilor 1 ; Room Athletic Councilor 2 DANIEL J. BUKALA 85 Caledonian Avenue School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Astronomer College: Boston University Hobbies: Astronomy, Coins Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2 1B21 Sftglj JONATHAN GRANT the ICEMAN 203 Harold Street School: Clinton H. S. Ambition: Lawyer College: Arizona State U. Hobbies: Basketball, Singing, Jazz, Bongos Glee Club 1 KENNETH LEROY CRAWLEY Crow 59 Stanwood Street School: Martin Luther King Jr. High College: Temple University Hobbies: Basketball Basketball 2 STEPHEN JOSEPH GRANT Ulysses 10 Alpha Road School: South Weymouth Jr. High Ambition: Scientist College: University of Conn. Science Club 3; Chess Club 3; Office Aid 3 JOSEPH P. CRONIN Jose 54 Grampian Way School: St. Williams Jr. High College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports EDWARD FRANCIS GUINEY Eddie 32 Dana Road School: St. Theresa Jr. High Ambition: Go on to School College: Boston College Hobbies: Cars, Football, Baseball THOMAS DAWSON 1 1 Enfield Street School: Our Lady of Lourdes Jr. High Ambition: Psychology College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Swimming, Football JOHN A. HENDERSON Arthur 104 Hustcling Street School: Hueytown High School Ambition: Football Player College: University of Alabama Basketball 4; Football 4; Track 4; Tennis 4 FREDERICK J. DICHIARA Freddy 58 Homer Street School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Salesman Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Pool HENRY JOSEPH FANDEL Hank 19 Danville Street School: Xaverian Bros. H. S. Ambition: Forestry College: University of Maine Baseball 3 RUSSELL ANDREW FINNEY Russ 50 Lithgow Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Cars, Piano, Guitar, Sports Tennis 4 MICHAEL JAMES FORAN Mike 2 Richfield Pk. School: St. Peter’s Jr. High College: State College Hobbies: Sports THOMAS HOWARD Tommy 4 East Brookline Street School: Charles E. Mackey Jr. High Ambition: Soldier College: Penn. State College Baseball 4 WILLIAM A. HUGHES Bill 30 Goldsmith Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: To go to College Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Typing Office Aid 3 FRANK JENKINS 160 Ruggles Street School: Brighton High Ambition: Business Advertiser College: Boston College Hobbies: Sports LAWRENCE W. KERINS 18 Lindsey Street School: St. Patrick’s Jr. High Ambition: State Trooper Hobbies: Motorcycling, Weightlifting 19fi9 FRANCIS A. KILROY Mouse 7 1 Hastings Street College: Mass. Art School Hobbies: Leather Crafting BRUCE F. PAUL 86 Edson Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Salesman College: Boston State College Hobbies: Sports iEttgltalj MICHAEL J. PICHON 54 Lawrence Avenue School: New York High School MICHAEL KUNICKI Mike 40 Norton Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State College Hobbies: Reading, Sports EDWARD DENNIS LEMIEUX 1 7 Clifton Street School: St. Patricks Jr. High Ambition: Anthropologist College: Boston University Hobbies: Play Drums, Chess SALVATORE F. LENTINI Sal 113 Moore Street School: John Cheverus Jr. High Ambition: Owner of Business PETER J. LYDON 8 Chelmsford Street School: Don Bosco Tech BRUCE D. MacLEOD 867 Washington Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Accountant Hobbies: Sports JOHN E. McKINNON Jack 6 Lenoxdale Avenue School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Be Happy College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Room Councilor 3 LESLIE S. MITCHELL Mitch 1395 Blue Hill Avenue School: Boston Tech Ambition : Physicist College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Sports Cars GEORGE F. MOURA Joe 20 Hemenway Street School: Rangeley High School Ambition: Engineer College: Kings Point Hobbies: Cars, Skiing MARK I. MUNSON 40 Mattapan Street PAUL ALBERT NILSON, JR. Indian 336 Beech Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Computer Programming College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Golf, Football, Chess, Pool Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Biology Club 3; Golf 3 MARK F. O’HARA Pud 15 Woodland Road School: St. Mary’s Jr. High Ambition: Medical Consultant College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Music, Swimming Baseball 4; Scuba Diving 4 FRANCIS J. OR LAND I Frank 320 Park Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Automotive Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Drag Racing HUGO W. ORTIZ 86 Jersey Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Coins, Stamps Coin Club 3; Chess Club 3; Track 3; Swim- ming Team 3 FREDERICK E. PAGLIUCA Fred 180 Saint Alphonsus Street School: Mission Grammar School Ambition: Sports Columnist Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball, Football, Bowling JAN A. RICHARDSON Shorty 4 Burton Avenue School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Electronic Technitian Hobbies: Model Building MARTIN E. RIVERS Gene 20 Holyoke Street School: Boston Technical Ambition: Musician College : Berklee School of Music Hobbies: Record Collecting, Karate, Music Football 1 ; Track 1 Bay Bay Sjiglj JAMES L. TRIPP 29 Woodford Street School: D. P. Walker High Ambition: Sailor College: U.S. Naval Academy Hobbies: Swimming, Basketball Scuba Diving Club 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Band 3, 4 ; Orchestra 3, 4 ; JOHN E. ROBERTS 240 Waldemar Avenue School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Boston Business School Hobbies: Bowling, Fishing Glee Club 1 ; F.B.L.A. Treasurer 3, 4 DAVID J. ROCHE 31 Hopedale Street School: Christopher Columbus Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: U. of Mass. (Amherst) Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Swimming ELIE RODITI 21 Theodore Street JORGE F. RODRIGUEZ Yoyo 594 Cambridge Street School: Marquette Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Coins, Bills Skin and Scuba 3; Chess Club 3; Sky Club; Baseball 4; Tennis 4 BRUCE A. STRALEY 9.3 152 Prince Street School: C. Columbus Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer Hobbies: Sports NICHOLAS T. TAMMARO 981 Dorchester Avenue School: William E. Russell Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Weightlifting F.B.L.A. 2 PAUL M. TAMMARO P.T. 981 Dorchester Avenue CHRISTOPHER VINCENT Chris 16 Meredith Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Undecided College: Goddard College Hobbies: Music, Literature, Stained Glass Work ELMORE WATSON Eddie 2681 Washington Street School: Escombia County Training School Ambition: Airplane Pilot College: Unknown WILLIAM E. WELCH Bill 9 Hamlet Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Funeral Director College: North Eastern Institute of Embalming Hobbies: Baseball, Fishing RICHARD L. WILLAMS Rick Junior Achievement 3 108 Dartmouth Street Ambition: Musician College: Berkley School of Music Hobbies: Tennis, Scuba Diving, Music JAMES C. WILLIAMSON Jim 146 Heath Street School: Brockton High School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Electronics ROBERT A. WOLEYKO Bob 83 Wyman Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Businessman College: Boston State College Hobbies: Art, Photography Fidelity Prize 2; Tennis 3 DAVID YEE Dave 206 Park Street School: Francis Parkman Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Motorcycles, Sports Chess Club 1 GAETANO F. TARARA Guy 1 7 Boynton Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Musician College: Undecided Hobbies: Trumpet Band 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Soccer 2 HERBERT H. ZWICKER Herb 33 Theodore Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: F.B.I. College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Chess, Coins Chess Club 3, 4 ' " Every man ' s death diminishes me fori am involved in mankind ” John Donne Alt " C " ' A, , 0 Record . ncr an - Record nu:iv.VU wm K:; vf - Art l On hritt JOHNSON Talks Begin Next Week WON T RUN •« ' r h, V-; 4r-i ' ' Vars i with; mu i S- s Nat inn " Viet Full: S-tP ' Sa»- ! ? A Officials Bar African Dress In Hub Schools y,ef Pulls Surprise. 4 « 3s BJ w ms: Withdraw .7 Shocks Nation, Decision Is Irrevocable Nerfetie ,er ' u « wswt SHac Hccovo - c roo9 er s Qv n LBi Reveals— • U. S. to De-eua ' ote lV.v 5fop Bombing of N. Vi rt •Piea to Hanoi for Peace ' ongress to Heat BJ on Traga ' y C " £Z freeie Oea s.orv !L ggVeolDfl ' ' ijn ' ortyred D. King Is Flown Hu Attacked Others l„ 4 N.E- 5 ,0,eS -•■sr! l W , . • n (olleyci Here Pay Tribute Record-Amcncant x z; V- c ,cO Mao Blames mw II1UU WiM U - S Am ' tY tiet ,,« seS s, For K ' s Fall 1 SUV ' Wi : . J| ■. t ■ LBJ Calls 14, 787 Reserves, Man Leaves His Planet Takes Pueblo Case to UN u TT . v nr • ; For Historic Moon Trip + ,,, ■ ' CoM» I hAT’l ' A « krno - 1 ROOM 101 Upon sneaking into the side door of 101 we try to avoid the watchful jailer’s eyes of Mr. Gerald Dechayne. We duck and are barely missed by “Mighty Mouse” Boudreau’s frantic forward pass. Larry Baker adds up fifteen columns of unrelated numbers. Melvin Blackman inks in his latest drawing of “Supergirl.” Keith Armstrong is still waiting patiently for his first screen test from Hollywood. Paul Bornstein adjusts his beany, Fred Albano dreams of becoming a photographer for “Playboy”. Bernie Boylan finishes making his toy gun. Father “Abe” conducts his pre-student council pep talk as Conrad J. Baranowski is making his plans for a spaceship to Mars in 1980. The “Little Red Barone” and chessmaster Paul Battaglia have a dog fight the Bobsey Twins. George Barrett and Rick Barneke discuss E.H.S. sports. “B. B.” and Pat Bichieri throw ranks at “Big Daddy.” As we leave, the rest of the class is soaking in the events of this Three Ring Circus. FI8£ MIU 181 ' our SOUTH WtHGDCt •TUMKSTOlsnBT 1 KTUtt b? $A mm ROOM 102 Long shall Room 102’s loyal sons he remembered after the 15th of May. Room 102. this year, has housed such greats as Rodney Burkes, who made up most of this year’s football squad, Greg Brown, one of English High’s foremost pigeon imitators; Harold Brown, who, together with his partner Allan Chue, made it so big in the board washing business that they are seriously thinking of making it their life’s work; also, let us not forget Rony Chung, reputed to be a direct descendant of Tu Man Chu. Of course, a great home Room has a great leader. Room 102 has Mr. Adler. A fair but firm Kennedy-type, Mr. Adler has gained respect of the likes of the in- famous Ed Bulloch the notorious Marvin Brown, the absurd Bernon Bugg and the absolutely ridiculous Donald Brown. Even the Blue Dragon Society consisting of the many Chin boys and the Cassidy-Carney gang have come to respect Mr. Adler, THE MAN. For better or for worse, probably better, there will never be another Room 102 like this year’s. We can only hope that those who reside in 102 next year will be able to fill our shoes. ROOM 103 Mr. Dennehy, King of 103. reigns supreme in English High’s number 1 home room. Woe to the student who enters these portals of learning after the 8:50 warn- ing bell. For this miserable creature is destined for an afternoon of repentance. However, far from being a tyrant, Mr. Dennehy allows most students a day of grace for forgotten notes and especially misplaced report cards. The knigh ts of the Kingdom are many and varied. The captain of English ' s hockey team, Steve Connolly will drift into the room at 9:49 after a hard game against Trade. Tony Corlito, our All-Scholastic Shortstop can be found doing Mr. Mosher’s assignment for last week. Paul Curley will disappear for another meeting of the Student Council or is it a yearbook meeting? Fred Connolly will be studying for the German College Boards; he only got an 800 last time. Bob Cusick will come in late, saying something about a misplaced bundle, Dick Daly will steal Ed Cummings’ paper and blame Joe Cronin. Mike Curtis, Ed Cox and George Cidlevich will be shadow boxing in hopes of winning the “Golden Gloves.” Phil Costantino will wear a shirt that will match Pat Corbett’s tie; or is it a scarf? Mike Conway will come in wearing a new nehru suit complete with beard. Erie Claytor will quietly explain what Black Power is. Then the clock will tick — a minute left. The bell rings and 103 pours out into the corridors to meet another day. I. ;• ROOM 104 Home room 104 is led by the versatile Mr. Langley. Mr. Langley has been more than a home room advisor, he has always been a friend that we can turn to for any help that we need. Larry David, “the man with the golden moustache” sits in the first seat, first row, isn ' t that cute! In comes Tommy Dawson carrying a little blue tardy card as usual. He must have 4,000 hidden in his wallet. Clark Beaver, our super track star comes running in as the bell is ringing, wearing his blue granny glasses, shouting I’m here. I’m here. Tommy Defillipo and Dichiarza have just finished their new scheme on how to cut classes without getting caught. Mark Delano, Sec.-Treas. of the senior class and co-captain of the Swim Team was the only person in the world who could get his fingers stuck together, in a swim meet against Wellesley. Bob DeChristofaro, H. R. representative, creeps in wearing his “cool” shades and trying to think of something new he can do to Mr. Yalmokas. Mark Devin, another representative of the H.R., and Co-captain of the Swim Team, may be found roaming the corridors or on the diving board at the Cabot Street Pool. He never seemed to be able to make it to home room. Louis Dulong walks in and is immediately surrounded by people trying to steal his newspaper. Maceo Dillard is on his mark and ready to bolt out the door as soon as the 2:45 bell rings. As the sun sets each day outside room 104, and May 15th creeps closer, the men of this fine home room wish everyone the best of luck in their future pursuits, and warn them never to park their cars in the school parking lot or “it will be towed immediately.” ROOM 107 Welcome to scenic 107! Population: 27 (Give or take a few.) Patron Saint: W. C. Fields. Points of Interest: See spitballs arranged in psychedelic patterns on the light globes! See Monumental works of Literature inscribed for Eternity on the desks! Come see the famous inhabitants do their thing! See “Dunk Dune” and “Alky Fay” walk in late from Emmanuel and have spectacular debates about it with that famous philosopher Thales! See memorable tongue-lashings by “Straight-talking Andrew” directed to Leon Drizlegala! See the “Fearsome Foursome”, alias “Big Brian,” “Funky Ainsley X,” “Tricky Dicky,” and “Jolly Jerry.” See them fight the wicked forces of evil, namely “Freaky Finkel,” “Evil Freeman,” “Punchy Tony,” and “Specs.” Visit the famous Gin Mill of “Rummy Fallon,” which has been the downfall of such greats as “The Flying Flynns,” “Grumpy Galvin,” and “Goopy Galczinski.” Busses for this tour leave every morning at 8 o’clock from two convenient locations: Forest Hills and Dudley Street. Your Tour Guide will be Mr. Adam Baum. Note: Stay away from the windows. ROOM 108 Room 1 08 can boast of many students who have contributed greatly to the Senior Class of 1969. We have many fine athletes. Some of the better ones include. Jose Hechavarria and Ron Green who are two members of the football and track squads, Aaron Grant, a member of the basketball team, and last but not least all of the members of our home room football league, who play with matchbooks. At Student Council meetings our room is represented by Howie Gwon, the Athletic Captain and Jose Hechavarria, the room captain. Both guys did a great job. We were also represented in many of the E.H.S. clubs and committees by such names as John Hart, Gerard Grivois, Tom Hennessy, Jonathan Grant, Bill Haley and Eddie Goldman. Then there is always Mr. George, our home room teacher. He has led us through the year with a word of advice here and there, and without him many of us who are now graduating would not be doing so. And last but not least is our most infamous member, Tom Hennessy, the assistant parking commissioner. Under the Leadership of Mr. James Doherty he has towed away many a substitute’s car, because his window did not bear an E.H.S. sticker. We wish Mr. George our Home Room Advisor success and good luck in his promotion as Department Head in Math at the Jeremiah E. Burke High School. ROOM 112 Upon entering home room 1 12, you may hear Mr. O’Malley, our home room teacher, bellowing, “Sit down people”. You immediately see that the scene is dominated by members of the various E.H.S. athletic teams. There is Tommy Howard of the Boston City Champion Basketball Team, Louis Jacobs of the Eastern Massachusetts Swimming Team, Gary Hillis of the Baseball Team, Freddy Howe and Carl Hill of the Track Team, and Jim Jordan of the Football Team. On the scholastic side, there is Bill Hughes, who is on the Honor Roll; Paul Kelley, captain of the Drill Team; and Charles Johnson of the Student Council. After looking over home room 1 1 2, you would have to agree that it has probably the most varied and diverse background of any Senior home room in the English High School. ' m- m f i ROOM 113 As you enter the golden doorways of homeroom 1 1 3 on a “B” schedule you would first see our fantastic leader, Mr. McCarthy. Our homeroom reps, Messrs. Kendall, Lannon, and Landry might be leaving to attend another stimulating Stu- dent Council meeting. Jerry Kirstein would also be leaving to work on the Year- book. You would hear Dennis Lauria tell of his experiences in the North End or Victor Lau challenging Dick Lee to a drag race. As usual Russ Kraiterman would be beating Tom Kroleski in a game of football. Why, here comes Gary Kimmel and right behind him is Mike Kunicki. Gary must have found a parking space. Kunicki finally came in today (they must be all out of popcorn at the Garden). In 1 13 we have the Class Clown of the class of ‘69’, the unbelievable Tom Kennedy. Now that you’ve met our crew we must bid a fond farewell. math. ROOM 116 Home Room 1 16 is “ruled” by the very distinguished Mr. Di Gerolamo. If one enters his room before school one would see him sitting on his “throne” studiously performing all the duties of a home room teacher. Un Oh! Here comes Sal Lentini. “Ah, sir, may I go to my locker?” “Yes Mr. Lentini, but I don’t want you roaming, and be sure to be back here by 8:55 or you’ll have to face Mr. Doherty.” Next enter Dom Leonida, Stu Levine, and Paul McGuire who act as Mr. Di’s right hand men. They faithfully attend all Student Council meetings and absorb all the information being imparted (that is when they’re not sleeping or doing their homework). Well it’s 8:55 and everyone is here except Mr. Lentini (as usual he’s roaming). Another one of our well-liked kooks is Pete Lydon. Mr. Di asks Mr. Lydon, “have you returned your report card from two months ago yet?” Pete answers “Well, ah, you see, I haven’t gotten around to showing it to my mother (but we all know that Pete didn’t have any luck in finding someone who writes like his mother). Well I see that the small hand is on the nine and the big hand is on the twelve, and you all know what that means. P.S. Any resemblance, in this article, to persons living or deceased is purely coincidental. ROOM 117 The senior year is probably the most rewarding because of the prom, the mid- winter dance, colleges, and most important, graduation. We wish continued success to all, even if they have not received it yet. Our thanks to Messrs. Dionisio and Repetto for their inspiration. Home room 1 1 7 is one of the finest, if not the best. First in the room is Leo Manning, manager of the football team; then Paul Martino our Drill Team member. In the next row is the MacDonald clan: John, Captain of the championship Swim Team; Mike, the swimmer; and Robert, the rooster. At the top of the third row is Jim McGrath, the all-time record-setter for tardiness; a few seats back is honor student Mike McLaughlin. Sam Micili is the big sleeper in the fourth row. In the fifth row is Joe Montague, you know who he is! Also there is Joe “Little Joe” Moura. Now we arrive at the last and best row which includes Sheldon “Bookshelf” Morris; “Cool” Ray Mortlock; Ricky Moy and Annunzio Muccini. ROOM 118 Upon entering r oom 1 18 one sees two of the greatest guys in the school, Mr. Burns and Mr. Sheehan. In front of them sit 20 or 30, depending on what day it is, scholars, athletes, nuts, call them what you like they’re all great kids. Sitting right up front you will see the captain of the football team and member of the executive committee, Rico Nappa. Moving down that row there’s Frank Noe with his shoes off and feet up on the chair in front of him, Frank’s a loyal member of the Student Council? 1 18 also has a member of the city championship basket- ball team, Willie Parkinan. Willie can be seen every morning eating French donuts and drinking coke, this is how he gets all his energy to rebound and shoot like he does. On the scholastic side we have Rick Palermo, who ' is vice-president of the senior class, and president of the National Honor Society. Not far behind Rick are Mike Nee and Bob Penta also honor roll members. Maybe only a few stand out but it takes more than a few to make a room as great as 118. ROOM 119 A Hash of news from 1 19 that little room in the corner of the school. The bell has sounded! The mad rush is on. Al Richardson hurls a deadly pass to Duke Ryan who skates off late for class. As we stroll by the auditorium we see Dave Scanned, George Reams, and once again, Al Richardson in a heated debate. Sitting in the translations booth our Spanish “bomber”, Jorge Rodriguez keeps the room alive. Further down the hall we find our room scholar Steve Potter bathing under a cloud of calculus. Wait! Dave Samms just ran by carrying half of the school’s basketballs and collided with Johnny (come late) Radeos. Everyone is at class now and the corridors are silent. Or are they? ROOM 217 When the door of the room is opened at 7:30 (imagine that), until it is closed somewhere around 4 o’c ! ock, Room 217 must rate right up there as “the center of activity” of all Senior Homerooms, for this colorful atmosphere is the domain of Mr. John Creedon, known affectionately as “Mother.” This homeroom advisor has often said that he would have more peace and quiet, and less activity, if his room was located in the middle of Grand Central Station. The day begins every morning with Snuffy Smith’s daily excuse for being late and continues with the East Boston debating team which included Sebastian Sicari, Jim Shanahan, Lennie Shea, and Rona ' d Siiverio as its “Chairman.” Terry Shaw, the room’s fastest human has won the two-mile Regional Championship for our school, but still cannot get to school on time. On the National Honor Society our representatives are: Kam Chi Soo Hoo, Henry Sideropoulos, and as Vice-President, Frank Sullivan. In the athletic depart- ment we have stars such as Terry Shaw and Richard Slowe (Track), Norman Stem- bridge (Basketball), Ed Sople (Baseball), and Jim Shanahan and Henry Siderop- oulos (Football). To continue this account of the most “active” homeroom, the following repre- sent us on the E.H.S. Newsletter Staff: Nelson Sigelman, Howard Smokier, and Frank Siragusa. We also have a special department in this illustrious homeroom for “Athletic Supporters” such as Mike Shea, Mark Shulman, Bob Sequeira, “Spark ' e” Spellman, Joe Soter, and Alan Sloan. The following awards must be issued to the remaining: “Most Talkative” — John Seid, and Jim Stenmon, “Punctuality” — John Stanley and Alex Spiliakos, “Most Convincing” — Jim Silverman, John Simmonds, Bill Shepard, and Fred Souza, “The Silent Award” — Bill Stavros. Our tour must end here as there are two rooms left for you to investigate, but certainly none as interesting. We leave Mr. Creedon reaching into his desk drawer for that green bottle to take care of many Excedrin headaches. tr ROOM 218 Let us all take a look at those “little people” who claim as their home away from home, “the Valley of the Jolly Green Giant”, otherwise known as 218. With the “Jolly Green Giant”, that is Mr. Sheridan, delivering one of his illustrious orations, we see Peter Voisin and Rick Thomas faithfully, but stealthily slip out the back door to the Newsletter Room; while Ty Wallace, President of the Senior class, leaves by the front door to attend to the urgent matter of blowing up a flattened basketball. Kevin Thompson gives a mighty “Yay, hey, hey”, and is off to another N.H.S. meeting. The “Bobsie Twins”, more commonly known as Paul and Nick Tamarro are, as usual, manifesting what they call brotherly love, and what we call “The Saturday Night Fights”. Also we have the “Odd Couple”, Bob and Jim Tringali being excused for a meeting of the Mafia Club. In the lower part of the “Valley” we come across David “Turtle Top”, who is on his way to get none other than Jerry Sybertz out of his locked locker. Next we come to “Tiny Tim” Towner, who has just gotten permission to “tip-toe through the tulips” on the front lawn. And now, after having been contemplating on the lucobrations of his obal lobes, Gary Timlin realizes that he has lost his “Bipie” and pleads to go find it. Minutes pass, and one by one the people of the Valley evacuate. However there stays behind one sweet loyal soul, Mark Vargo, who listens to his heart’s content to the perpetual enlightenment being given by the “Jolly Green Giant”. Mark? Oh Mark, did you hear that? Mark, Wake up!!!!! ROOM 219 Welcome Mr. Buckley to a most trying homeroom. Throughout this year, the men of 219 have shown their true colors. All the alterations throughout the year have been for the better and we hope that these changes continue to occur until the school functions as an undivided body with an undivided goal. Those men from 219 who are in some way scholastically responsible for these reforms are: John Williams, a football, track and baseball manager and room councilor; Ed Williams, a member of the football team and a room councilor. Thomas Wong a member of the Art Team, Junior Achievement and room councilor. Ken Wing was construc- tive with the Art Team. Both James Wong and Peter Wong are members of the Chess Team and the N.H.S. Charlie Wilson extended his thinkingability to the N.H.S. Joe Wong and Robert Whitmarsh marched with the Drill Team. And Herb Fuihen checkmated with the Chess Team. Athletically, Thomas Whilton strengthened the Swim Team with his breast stroke. Calvert Whitworth and John Whaley contributed many goals for the Soccer Team. Recognition has also been given to David Wong, the sole member of the Tardy Club and to Dewight Wood, who has contributed his exceptionally pleasing voice to benefit his fellow students on “B” schedule. P.S. We wish Mr. Di Ieso continued success on his promotion as Department Head in History at Dorchester High School. P.P.S. Our loss is their gain. I ffpartumk JOHN A. CREEDON Advisor RUSSELL P. LANGLEY Advisor RICHARD J. THOMAS Assistant Editor JEROME S. KIRSTEIN Editor-In-Chief 0taff NELSON SIGELMAN HENRY SIDEROPOULOS STEPHEN SPELLMAN Photography Editor Biography Editor Sports Editor RICH LEE PETER VOISIN Sports Editor Activity Editor Here we are, men of the class of “69”, “Creedon’s Clear-water Revival.” We present to you the most illustrated, most literary, most sentimental yearbook ever to be published, a book compiled and edited by members of your graduating class who slaved hours over typewriters; braved the inclement weather; and who, against their will, were forced to cut classes; under the maternal leadership of “Mother Creedon” and the resourceful guidance of Mr. Langley. This book has been unequivocally improved due to such intellectully superior procrastinators as: our day-dreaming editor, Jerry Kirstein; our agnostic assistant editor, Rick Thomas; our modest, tranquil, inhibited, and passive photography editor, Nelson Sigelman; and, lastly but not leastly, our stagnant activities editor, Peter Voisin. We bring this recollection of events to you in the hope that it will serve as a perpetual memory of your fondest moments at the English High School. Also, we would like to think that . . . “Some day, it may give you great pleasure to remember these things.” 52 YEARS OF 1917 OFFICERS (Pictured left to right) Rodney Burkes Paul Strobis . . . Leo Manning . . Richard Hardy . Edward Williams . . . President Vice-President . . . Secretary ... Secretary . . . Treasurer (Emntril SCHOOL SERVICE 1969 RICHARD PALERMO Student Government Delegate The 1968-1969 English High Student Council proved to be the most active ever in our school ' s history. From September until the end of the school year, the Student Council was involved in countless activities. The main objective of this year’s Student- Council was to make the student body more aware of the goings on, both inside and outside the school. After listening to the pleas of the student the Student Council acted upon such things as: the dress code, school facilities, student grievances, and the newspaper. The Student Council served successfully as a mediator for the faculty and student body. The 1968-1969 E.H.S. Student Council will serve as the precedent from which all future student councils will emerge. II ulljp iEJf.§ . First Row: Mr. J. A. Creedon (Advisor), N. Sigelman, P. Voisin, B. Kendall, G. Wong, Mr. J. Yalmokas (Advisor). Second Row: H. Smokier, F. Siragusa, T. Broderick, R. Thomas. Mr. Yalmokas, Mr. Creedon. NnusiU ' tter In December of 1968, a group of concerned students came together and formed the E.H.S. Newsletter. Its purpose was that of supplying students, faculty, and administration with important information directly related to the school. The Dress Code, the Black Student Union, and the S.D.S. used this publication for expressing certain policies and opinions which may have otherwise been misinterpreted or dis- torted. Other articles and subjects such as Sports, Letters to the Editor, Guidance Information, and Teacher’s Profiles added to the development of this publication. It has served a useful purpose. The Boston Community has accepted the E.H.S. Newsletter and it is an excellent project to continue in years to come. Special thanks should go to Mr. Creedon and Mr. Yalmokas for backing the idea of the paper from the very beginning. Amateur IRaiitn (Elub i - I f i m m ■» r i| r fit 1 • First Row (Left to Right): K. Mahnke-VP, L. Milesky-Pres., Mr. Yalmokas. Second Row (Left to Right): Savicky, P. Doucette-Treas., C. Russell, A. Fortunka. The Amateur Radio Club is a highly unified organization with Lawrence Milesky as President, Kenneth Mahnke as Vice President, Paul Doucette as Treasurer and Livio Poles as Secretary. The members, Mr. Murphy and Mr. Yalmokas have conducted many successful experiments regarding the behavior of electromagnetic waves. We wish to thank the school for their cooperation with this active club. Art ®ram Servicing the school is the aim of the Art Team. We supply the office with folders, covers, name tags for teachers for meetings of the Home and School Association, and other materials they need. The Art Team does its best to help support the various activities here at English High by preparing signs, posters, paintings, etc. This year, for the first time, we had the pleasure of making the posters for the Mid-Winter Dance. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our advisor. Mr. Greyser, President Ralph Devaney and Vice-President Thomas Wong for making the Art Team successful. Front Row (Left to Right): J. Rinaldi, T. Wong, R. Devaney, K. Low, A. Luoni, T. Wong, Morris Greyser, (advisor). Second Row (Left to Right): C. Hill, R. Agastinilli, P. Chinetti, P. Tammaro, E. Chin. Third Row (Left to Right): R Welsh. N. Thompson, T. Ryan, K. Wing, R. Chung, K. Chan. Hattii Although the school did have very limited facilities for any musical functions, the hand managed to perform at a few school assemblies and at the English-Latin Football game. Special thanks go to the band members from the Annexes who took extra time to travel to the main building for rehearsals. President Leonard Anderson was always at rehearsals making sure that everyone was present and he put a great deal of work into this organization. Mr. Lasdow did a good job working with the band and everyone appreciates his effort. First Row (Left to Right): G. Mor, P. Voisin, G. Tarara, J. Tripp, R. Mortlock, L. Anderson ( president ). Second Row (Left to Right): M. Nee. W. Evans, W. Pittman, D. Hunter, R. MacGlochlin. fhird Row (Left to Right): S. Brayboy, J. O’Hanley, C. Woods, Mr. Lasdow (director). (StljPHB (ftluh OFFICERS Paul Battaglia President Peter Wong Vice-President Janies Wong Secretary-Treasurer 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 relaxa- tion 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 improve- ment which is achieved only through the many hours of constant practice under- taken by each member. In this fast moving, scientific world, man must be able to sit back for a while and relax. By knowing how to play chess he has at his disposal an excellent tool for accomplishing this desire. We would like to extend our thanks to our Faculty Advisor, Mr. Charles McGowan, for so unselfishly devoting his time and knowledge for the success of the club. First Row (Left to Right): J. Weeks, P. Wong, P. Battaglia, H. Sideropoulos, J. Wong. Second Row (Left to Right): Mr. McGowan (advisor), H. Zwicker, R. Badavos, A. Fortunka, L. Kessler. Third Row (Left to Right): E. Chin, F. Bailey, L. Milesky, K. Mahnke, P. McGuire. (EIjpbb ©ram First Row (Left to Right): J. Weeks, Peter Wong, P. Battaglia, H. Sideropoulos (cap- tain), James Wong. Second Row (Left to Right): Mr. McGowan (advisor), H. Zwicker, T. Yee, R. Badavos, A. Fortunka. L. Kessler. Staraaaum (Elub First Row (Left to Right): R. Thomas, R. Palermo, J. Kirstein (president). R. Kraiterman, J. Sybertz. G. Lamb. Second Row (Left to Right): F. Siragusa, J. Foley, F. Bailey, P. Curley (Secretary), N. Sigel- man, Mr. Creedon (advisor). Third Row (Left to Right): M. Nee, K, Mahnke, D. Boudreau, R. Silverio. The Discussion Club meets every Monday under the direction of Mr. John Creedon. The club enables students to discuss problems confronting us as a people, whether they be of a municipal, national, or international nature. Its second function is to allow its members to represent the school at various conventions and gatherings. Several topics that have aroused much student interest are the War in Viet Nam. abortion and its legalization, and student unrest. The club also prepares the annual United Nations trip to New York which is sponsored by the History De- partment. OFFICERS Jerome Kirstein President Paul Curley Secretary Srama (Elub Although the dramatic society was unable to put on a production, it wasn’t a futile year. There was much to be learned through the involved discussions on the “new theatre”, staging, elocution, pantomiming, and other essentials of theatrical ,; fe. Attempts were made by several students to write their own Hamlet’s; an a a great deal of time was spent practicing improvisations. A sincere thank you to Mr. Carignan is more than due, for his efforts towards getting the club started, and keeping it together. It is hoped that maybe next year enough people will be adequately intellectually oriented so that the many hoped- to-be thespians in the society will achieve their ultimate goal of performing for a live audience. m f 1 L 1 1 • % V kjp A: ppl (t i 9f;l| i||s Third Row: Rodriguez, Holgate, Reams, Mortlock. Second Row: Brown, Haley, Chelman, Mubrian, Bailey. First Row: Sigelman, Thomas, Carignan, Hobbs, Richardson, Higgins. IrtU cH?am First Row (Left to Right): R. Whitmarsh, R. Hobbs, Paul Kelley (Commanding Officer), D. Samms, T. Wong. Second Row (Left to Right): Gilchrist, H. Brown, C. Smith, C. Eagan, G. Howard, Jackson, Silva, Jakes. Third Row (Left to Right): Whitlow, Fuller, C. Woods, McDowell, M. Rabbitt, Mosher, Lockhart, Moseley, Hughs, Mr. Fisher. FUNCTIONS OF THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL DRILL TEAM FOR 1968-69 HONOR DAY — 1968: Members of the Drill Team were present to honor members of the stu- dent body who received special recognition and honors for their outstanding contributions to the school. MEMORIAL DAY — 1968: Under the direction of Captain Fisher and Captain Paul S. Kelley. Jr., members of the Drill Team, Honor Guard, and Color Guard commemorated the memories of the E.H.S. graduates who made the supreme sacrifice for their country. Selected members proceeded to place wreaths in front of the two memorial stones which are outside of the school. GRADUATION EXERCISES— 1968: The Drill Team served as ushers in escorting the graduating Seniors along with their families and guests to their seats in the War Memorial Auditorium. FLAG DAY — 1968: Mr. Sheridan was aided by the Drill Team in setting up the stage for this assembly. The Trick Rifle Squad was on the stage performing their skills under the command of Captain Paul S. Kelley, Jr. before the student body. They displayed appropriate military cour- tesies to the United States Flag. OPENING DAYS OF SCHOOL: Members of the E.H.S. Drill Team assisted new students in locating their prospective classes for the first three days of school and functioned as Office Patrol. THANKSGIVING DAY EXERCISES: Mem- bers of the Drill Team, Honor Guard, Color Guard, Trick Rifle Squad, and Drum Section rep- resented English High School during half-time at the 83rd Annual English-Latin Football Game by performing various maneuvers. CHRISTMAS DAY ASSEMBLY: Members of the Drill Team were present to assist in making this one of the most memorable Christmas As- semblies in English High. FASHION SHOW: Members of the Drill Team and Honor Guard escorted the models from the stage to their dressing room. They provided a parking detail which aided the guests arriving for the show. Among other things, the Drill Team guided the parents to their seats. They also set up and dismantled the staging. REGISTRATION DAY: The Drill Team aided Mr. DeSantis and Staff in the registering of pros- pective Sophomores for English High. They di- rected the new students to the Assembly Hall for orientation by the Guidance Staff. HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION MEET- INGS: At each of the bi-monthly meetings of the Home and School Association, the Drill Team provided their assistance in simplifying the process of locating the appropriate teachers. Also, the Drill Team made available refreshments which were prepared by the Cafeteria Personnel for the Parents and Teachers Association Meetings. iffttturn 2lu0ut?00 Strait er 0 nf Amrnra The Future Business Leaders of America was established at Boston English High School during the 1965-66 school year. The F.B.L.A. is a division of the National Education Association based in Washington, D.C. It was first organized in 1933 by a Professor Forner of Columbia University, New York City. Twenty boys at English High School joined this chapter and paid their yearly dues of fifty cents each. The purpose of the chapter is to serve the school and the community. Field trips are planned on a monthly basis. On October 14, 1968, seventeen mem- bers of the F.B.L.A. visited the General Motors plant in Framingham, Massa- chusetts for a tour and lecture, under the supervision of Mr. Gustin of English High School. (Slgg (Eluh The purpose of the English High School Glee Club is to give the performance of worthwhile music for the appreciation and enjoyment of both the performer and the audience. The development of a sense of dedication, and a suppression of self for the 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 Coulon, has represented the school at many functions. Our Glee Club has performed at most of the school assemblies and Home and School functions. 2C?ij Gfcujg The purpose of the Key Cage in the school is to keep the lockers in condition so as to be occupied. Mr. Ryan is in charge and has the Key Cage in an orderly manner. It is his job to see that every boy in the school has a locker and this is truly a difficult task when you have approximately 900 boys. The other students, Mr. Ryan’s assistants, help Mr. Ryan in distributing and collecting lockers in the beginning of the year and then collecting them at the end. In the course of the year, we are the caretakers of the school’s lockers. We open lockers for the forget- ful boys and we make new keys for the careless boys. As with other school func- tions, we are a major part of the operation of the English High School. First Row: S. Ross, D. Turteltaub, Mr. Ryan (director), S. Winer. Not Shown: R. Bushee, G. Ryan. Htbrarg AiiU ' a First Row (Left to Right): P. Fallon, K. Backman, J. Weeks, Miss Kelly (librarian). Second Row (Left to Right): M. McLaughlin, H. Block, J. Husak, A. Magoon, J. Williams. The function of the library aides is to help the Librarian maintain the school library. These aides help Miss Kelly file new books, which have to be marked and catalogued before they are put on the shelves. One can see how long it would take to perform this chore when a new shipment of books arrive. The boys also return books to their proper shelves, and thus receive valuable knowledge of how to run an efficient school library. Utta-arij SnruTg First Row (Left to Right): J. Russell, Mr. Dennehy (advisor), J. Kirstein, N. Braverman. Second Row (Left to Right): M. McLaughlin, N. Sigelman, R. Thomas, P. Voisin (absent from picture, G. Grivois, R. Se- queira). The main purpose of the Literary Society and Creative Writing Club is to help improve the individual’s writing by group analysis and criticism. Matlj (l farn First Row: D. Eagan, J. Weeks, Mr. Themistocles, J. Kerressey, R. Lee. Second Row: W. Tsang, K. Mahnke, A. Fortunka, E. Conway, E. Flynn. Team Captain — W. Tsang The math team from EHS competes against other schools such as Latin, Technical, Brookline, Newton, and Girls Latin. Five members of the team are picked to compete in each contest — two seniors, two juniors and one sophomore. The questions are extremely different and difficult from the ordinary; and a great deal of originality, speed, and mathematical ability are required. Up to this time among the three Boston Schools — Latin, Tech and EHS, Latin is leading, but we hold a slim margin over Tech. The boys have done extremely well this year and should continue their fine performance up to the end of the year. Sfattnnal Ifnnor Left to Right Front Row: F. Sullivan-VP, P. Maguire. R. Palermo-Pres., S. Potter-Sec., K. Thompson-Treas., Mr. Yalmokas-Advisor. Second Row: C. Wilson. K. Mahnke, V. Baroni, K. Soo Hoo, H. Sideropoulos, L. Baker, J. Bowen. Third Row: S. Winer, L. Dzygala, P. Wong, W. Tsang, J. Wong, C. Baronowski. The English High School chapter of the National Honor Society is an organi- zation of scholastic and social leadership. Throughout the year we have tried to display these qualities to our fellow students. Thus far this year we have established a successful tutoring program, assisted in the Book Fair and had a fascinating Christmas Party at the Children’s Hospital. Reaching far beyond these accomplish- ments The English High School National Honor Society has the distinction of having Steven Winer elected to the office of President of all Eastern Massachusetts National Honor Society Chapters. English High should be proud of their chapter and hope there will be more like it in years to come. Children’s Hospital — Christmas Party December, 1968 Steven Weiner accepts congratulations on his elec- tion as president of E.M.N.H.S. GDfftre AuVs Front Row (Left to Right): Mrs. B. Ferri, D. Wood, J. Nathanson, R. Palermo, R. Kraiter- man, J. Walsh, T. Wong, R. Lannon. Back Row (Left to Right): T. McGrath, J. Pritchard, W. Davis, M. Howe, D. MacDougall, T. Shaw, H. Sidenpoulos, W. O’Brien, L. Dzygala, R. Juliano, P. Maguire. The Student Office Patrol was set up to assist the office force in performing the many duties of a busy school office. Its primary functions include answering the telephone, carrying messages through the building, receiving callers, and per- forming general office chores. Student Office Aides must be passing all subjects in order to be eligible for this post which constitutes a great service to the school. However, the students realize that in performing the duties of this assignment they receive invaluable training and experience which they carry with them into whatever fields of endeavor they choose. There is much to be gained by being a dedicated worker for The English High School. First Row (left to right): R. Thomas, N. Sigelman, R. Krasowski, D. MacDougall, Mr. James Mullan, (advisor). Second Row (left to right): l’. Voisin. K. Soo Hoo, C. Russell, C. Whitworth. Third Row (left to right): W. O ' Brien, K. Mahnke, A. Fortunka, M. McLaughlin, W. Tsang, R. Betts. The Radiation Biology Workshop Seminar is a voluntary after school science course for the able science student. It is a part of a city-wide program designed to study topics not covered in the regular high school program. In addition to class lectures and seminars, field trips form an integral part of the program allowing the students to receive first hand information at surrounding institutions. jRaiiiatunt Hinlngg Horkaljop §gmtuar iRmirxi taff The purpose of the English High School Record is to publish major school news; to develop in students clear, concise, and accurate writing; to organize their logical thinking and good judgment; to develop their writing talent through a worthwhile outlet; to develop an understanding of the true meaning of freedom of expression; and to examine magazine writing as a possible career. First Row (left to right) : N. Thompson. C. Baranowski, L. Dzygala, F. Landry, V. Barone. Second Row (left to right): P. Curley, M. J. McLaughlin, J. Stenmon, G. Grivois, A. Aloise, Mr. G. Dechayne (advisor), (absent from picture, M. Blackman). j urket iwiety Left to Right: Howard Block, Mr. Keaney, Kenneth Backman, James Braxton. i r«ba ixiring (Ulub The Scuba Diving Club, the first of its kind in Boston, was one of the better clubs this year. Among the activities which it sponsored were a film on diving and a trip to the new Aquarium on Atlantic Avenue. OFFICERS Nelson Sigelman William Futrell Tom Hennessy Tom Macleod Mr. Yalmokas .... President Vice-President . . . .Secretary .. .T reasurer Advisor 8 kt (Club First Row (left to right): J. Rodriguez, S. McCabe, V. Barone, W. O’Brien, A. Kennis, Mr, James Mullan, (advisor). Second Row (left to right): J. Kilroy, M. Mullally, R. Agostinelli, K. Leskow, N. Sigelman. Third Row (left to right): J. Russell, R. Higgins, K. Mahnke, A. Fortunka, R. Marotto (absent from picture — R. Tobin). OFFICERS Vincent Barone William O ' Brien Stephen McCabe Richard Tobin . . . .President Vice-President . . . . T reasurer . . . .Secretary As the snows didn’t arrive, a Ski Club was formed at EHS under the direc- tion of Mr. James Mullan. The purpose of the club was the advancement of skiing. Unfortunately before completing organization, the snow did come — more than was necessary and hindered the progress of the club. Hopefully in the future, permission will be granted for the EHS ski club to participate in ski trips and thus meet the purpose of the club. Uutteii SfatimtH ®rtp In November, 1968, 159 students and nine teachers made the annual trek to the United Nations in New York City. This turned out to be the largest num- ber of participants ever. After a guided tour of the U.N. buildings, students were allowed to roam the gift shop, and participate in various committee presentations. After the tour, we headed for Mama Leone’s where we partook of an excellent meal. The tired, and more informed group, left New York City on the 7:00 p.m. train and returned to Boston by 12:00 p.m. Srtttnr (£kt 00 1Elrrtuut0 The senior class elections were held during mid-October. Mr. Yurewicz, the senior class advisor and coordinator of the elections, summoned all prospective candidates to the auditorium. During this meeting, the candidates submitted their own names and those of their campaign managers. A list of eighteen eligible can- didates was posted on the bulletin board. The intense rivalry began. The primary contest was exciting and competitive. Candidates, managers, and friends distributed small cards which named the candidate and his qualifications. The first floor and both cafeterias were transformed into convention balls. Posters with witticisms (for example, “Delano Has a Better Idea” and “No Tie-Vote Ty”) were posted throughout the school. This attempt at professionalism generated much spirit throughout the campaign. On October 18, the “politicians” gave short speeches at a senior class assembly. The “Vote for me” speeches ranged from Rick Thomas’ blunt realism to Leon Dzygala’s hilarious question and answer session. The primary voting was conducted on October 21 in the assembly hall. Mr. Malone read the results over the intercom during the fourth period. Ty Wallace and Rick Thomas were nominated for president; Rick Palermo and Henry Sider- opoulos received the vice-presidential nominations; Mark Delano and Leon Dzygala were nominated for secretary-treasurer; Paul Curley, Rico Nappa, A1 Richardson, and Paul Kelley were to oppose each other for the two seats for the executive committee. The finals lacked the spirit found in the primaries. Most of the candidates and students seemed to know the results of the elections since most primary candidates won by a margin of one hundred votes over their opponents. How- ever, some gimmicks were used in the finals: Paul Curley’s poster on the iron fence, Rick Palermo’s letters, and Mark Delano ' s sign carrying parade. Mr. Malone read over the intercom the results of the final elections, which were held in the gymnasium. The following men were elected: President i Tyrone Wallace Vice-President Richard Palermo Secretary-Treasurer Mark Delano Executive Committee . . . .Paul Curley, Rico Nappa Some seniors conducted a write-in ballot for president and voted for Charlie Mahoney, the sub-shop’s favorite candidate. The elections showed the school spirit found in all English High men. As we congratulate the winners, we would also like to commend all worthy candidates who took their defeat honorably. We also extend our thanks to Mr. Malone, Mr. Yurewicz, and numerous other members of the faculty who helped conduct an election that was in keeping with the tradition of English High School. (HIjrtfitmaH Assembly ii’iitratimi “If you ever expect to get anything done , give it to a busy man MR. JOHN A. CREEDON “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in a time of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality .” John F. Kennedy MR. JOSEPH A. YALMOKAS “If a man does not keep pace with his com- panions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.” Henry David Thoreau This year’s staff took it upon themselves to dedicate the activities section of the yearbook to both Mr. John A. Creedon and Mr. Joseph A. Yalmokas for the explicit reason that we feel these two men are unequivocally involved and dedicated to the student body. It was decided that we could best pay tribute to them by perpetuating their feelings through their favorite quotes. Hopefully, by this act, one will understand, just a little better, the actions of the two men in this school whom anyone would be most proud to call friend. ■ Ik 1 ]■ The state of the body inevitably affects the actions of the mind. WILLIAM J. STEWART, JR. EHS Class of 1937 Teacher of Physical Education and Coach of Athletics at EHS For Twenty- two Years William J. Stewart. Jr. graduated from English High in 1937. While at the English High, Coach Stewart participated in football, baseball and hockey. Mr. Stewart then prepped at Lawrence Academy from where he was gradu- ated in 1939. In the fall of 1939, William J. Stewart entered Notre Dame and was gradu- ated in 1942. While at his Alma Mater Stewart performed on the gridiron, and was a catcher on the “Fighting Irish” nine. Upon his graduation he entered the U.S. Army and was discharged in 1946. His first coaching assignment was at the University of Mass. — the Fort Devens Football Team. in 1947 his Alma Mater, the Blue and Blue, recognized his superior talents and beckoned him to serve as its mentor. In his twenty-two years at English High, Coach Stewart has amassed a most enviable record in all sports. His football teams alone have been victorious 112 times as against 40 losses and 6 ties. Within the past five years, various organizations have recognized his dedica- tion to youth and have acclaimed him “Man of the Year. " They include the Dorchester Civic Club, the English High School Alumni Association and more recently the “Notre Dame Club " of Boston. iFnutlraU | VI Hjiji JP] i " " r ' J|I I fl li a T W1 J v y m " — k ' • i ■« i " C. r { ■r iffei (T " (j ■ 1 m A m | 1 1 MB i THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY SQUAD OF 1968 From Left to Right, Front Row: Joseph L. Malone, Head Master, Hecchavaria, Williams, Boudreau, Shanahan, J. Burkes, Nappa, Capt. Richardson, Jordan, Sybertz, Evans, Mac- Donald. Second Row: P. J. King, Assistant Coach, Foley, Deaver, Shanahan, E. Mc- Laughlin, Brown, Hobson, Reddy, Syderopoulos, Doherty, T. Doherty, Assistant Coach. Stewart, Coach. Third Row: Manning, Geoldasis, Morrison, Loud, Blades, Grabert, Foley, Bolden. Mosca, Durand, Burley, Assistant Coach. Fourth Row: Herrington, Henderson, Straughter, Keenan, Wong, Kervin, Johnson, H. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL COACHES RECORD Groton 20 E. H .S. 26 Brookline 27 E. H S. 0 Weymouth 35 E. H. s. 6 Catholic Memorial 14 E. H .s. 0 Boston College High 19 E. H ,s. 0 Cambridge Latin 20 E. ,H .s. 18 Boston Technical 26 E, ,H .s. 6 Boston Latin 33 E H .s. 12 Bill Stewart, Joe King, Ed Burley, John Doherty ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL vs. GROTON SCHOOL GROTON 6 6 8 0 20 ENGLISH 0 14 6 6 26 English received kickoff. Running game work- ing well with Williams going over the left tackle for 13 yds., but a fumble kills the drive. The defense was working well but the pass defense was green. Groton draws first blood as a Groton pass sets up T.D. Second English drive is also killed with Richardson’s interception. In the sec- ond quarter, English scores its first T.D. on a 49 yd. run by Saunders. Ed Williams scored a 2 pt. conversion on an end sweep. English scores again after Bill Bolden recovers fumble; Saunders scores again but the conversion fails. In the final minutes of the first half, Groton scores on a long bomb making the score 14-12 at halftime. In the third quarter, English backs continued to pick up good yardage. Morrison makes first down on a fake punt, but Groton holds. Groton scores on the next series making the score 20-14. Later in the third quarter, MacLaughlin recovers fumble on the Groton 20. Morrison scores 3 plays later, from the 5 yd. line. The conversion fails 20-20. After a 4th quarter battle of defenses. Eddie Williams intercepts a Groton pass at the English 45 yd. line, and returns it to the Groton 15. From there Alan Richardson, throwing under heavy pressure, passes to Rico Nappa, for the winning T.D. (26-20). ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL vs. BROOKLINE HIGH SCHOOL BROOKLINE 7 14 0 6 ENGLISH 0 0 0 0 English hopes for an upset victory over highly regarded Brookline. The hopes vanished quickly early in the first quarter on a long 96 yd. kickoff return for a T.D. In the second quarter, Brook- line received its second break, on a third down. Richardson’s pass, which was intercepted and ran back for the score. Late in the second quar- ter, Brookline received its third break when they recovered a fumble on the E.H.S. 15 yd. line from here on Brookline scored. English got the ball for the last time. Late in the second quarter and behind the fine running of Earl Morrison, they moved to the Brookline one-inch line but the half ended before English could score. Second half was more of a defensive battle and the third quarter was completely scoreless. Mid- way through the fourth quarter, Brookline scored its only real T.D. of the game. English again was stopped on the one yard line after a 45 yd. drive. Two bright spots were the running of Earl Mor- rison and the passing of sub O B., Joe Foley. ENGLISH vs. WEYMOUTH English for the second week in a row was up against a top Class A team. Weymouth scored in the first period on a 9 yard run. The English defense stiffened until midway through the sec- ond period. English had Weymouth in a hole, third down, 21 but a Weymouth screen pass made it 14-0 at the half. The second half was just as disastrous. Weymouth scored twice in the third quarter and again in the fourth quarter. Earl Morrison scored the only touchdown for English on a 75 yard faked punt. Once Earl broke clear no one could catch him. Earl Morrison continued his fine running. Final score, Weymouth 35-Eng- lish 6. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL vs. CATHOLIC MEMORIAL The first quarter was a battle of the defenses. English ' s front four put constant pressure on the CM quarterback. The consistent running of Ed Williams and Earl Morrison was the only thing the offense could do. In the second quarter a blocked punt set up the only score of the half for CM (8-0) Half. An interception midway through the third period gave Catholic Memorial a 14-0 lead. Ed Williams and Earl Morrison continued to run good but it wasn’t good enough. The defense held the rest of the game but the offense couldn ' t score. Good game by Ed Williams and Earl Morrison! ENGLISH VS B.C.H. The big blue met the Eaglets at White Stadium and the battle was on. English’s young team was unable to halt the attack of the B.C.H. offense. For the first time the English ground game was unable to move and the defensive backs of B.C. did not allow a pass to be caught and our quarter- back had little time to pass anyway as the English pass-blocking failed to materialize and he often had to play Fran Tarkington but not as success- ful. The B.C. team, flustered in its attempts to run the middle, took to the outside and scored twice to make it 1 3-0 and after destroying all that was left of the English offense, scored once more to make it 19-0. English bright spots were Morrison, Nappa, Burkes, and Ed Shanahan. ENGLISH VS CAMBRIDGE LATIN Joe Foley replaced Alan Richardson at quarter- back. English once again faced an uphill battle as Cambridge scored first to make it 8-0. English started a drive as Morrison picked up 15 yards. Then Foley threw perfectly to Ed Williams who made a good catch between two defenders. The drive stalled. Clark Deaver recovered a fumble on the one-yard-line and A1 Blades scored. The Blue missed the extra point and it was 8-6 at the half. Cambridge scored two quick touchdowns and the Blue was down 20-6. The Blue and Blue fought back as Joe Foley unloaded to Ed Williams for a 70-yard touchdown pass as Ed went in un- touched, which made the score 20-12. English got the ball back and the fine running of A1 Blades and Errol Morrison brought the ball to the 9-yard line of Cambridge. AI Blades on a fine run scored and English once again could not get the extra point and the Blue was down 20-18 as the game ended. Even though the team didn’t win, Joe Foley, Errol Morrison, and Al Blades played a good game. ENGLISH VS TECH For the first time in two years the Big Blue met Boston Tech. The first quarter was fairly even until Tech started to hit the English pass- defense. At half-time Tech had started to pull away. In the second half the English running game threatened a few times but their advances were choked off either by penalties, or fumbles and pass interceptions. The Tech score mounted until they led 26-0. It was for this type of game unusual that the team never gave up, was always trying, as in the last minute of the game. Tech made its only mistake of the game by throwing an interception to Rico Nappa who took it 54 yds. for a T.D. The final score, 26-6. ENGLISH VS LATIN On Turkey Day the forces of Latin and English met in mortal combat for the championship of Louis Pasteur Ave. B.L.S. drew first blood late in the first period making the score 6-0. In the second period English blunted the running game of Latin and even managed to rush the passer and throw him for a ten yard loss. The offense tied the score on an Errol Morrison T.D. run. Late in the quarter Latin connected on a pass to the one yard line and three plays later scored, making it 13-6 at half-time. Unfortunately the third quarter was all Latin as they started to pass. The pass parade continued and with English unable to score, Latin pulled ahead to the tune of 33-6. Late in the fourth quarter, after an interception, Joe Foley connected on a 12 yard pass to Rico Nappa, making the final score 33-12. The game was a hard-fought one as was shown by the time Jim White-shoes Shanahan had his bell rung by a Latin pass defender. Stars for the Blue: Errol Morrison, Little Shanahan, A1 Blades, and Rico Nappa. (Eitij dljamps Front Row (left to right): L. McDonough, T. Brown, T. Wallace (captain), I. Suttles, T. Howard, N. Cunningham. Second Row (left to right): P. J. King (Head coach), H. Beatty, N. Stembridge, A. Johnson, W. Parkman, C. Manning, C. Woods (manager), E. Burley (assistant coach). Third Row (left to right): K. Brooks, T. Defilippo; (managers), S. Brown, R. Williams, P. Cohen, A. Robinson, A. Grant, J. Williams (manager). BASKETBALL RECORD Jamaica Plain 51 E.H.S. Boston Trade 45 E.H.S Salem 48 E.H.S. Boston Technical 61 E.H.S. Boston College High 48 E.H.S. Dorchester 60 E.H.S. Boston Technical 73 E.H.S. Boston Trade 43 E.H.S. Catholic Memorial 80 E.H.S. Boston Latin 58 E.H.S. Dorchester 54 E.H.S. Boston College High 41 E.H.S. Boston Latin 67 E.H.S. CITY CHAMPIONSHIP Charlestown 5 1 E.H.S. Boston Technical 68 E.H.S. CLASS “A " TECH TOURNEY Lynn English 58 E.H.S. 81 75 72 66 80 83 70 103 70 70 94 68 81 61 79 57 E.HS. VS. JAMAICA PLAIN Defending State and Tech Tourney champion, the Blue Blue opened their season by trouncing Jamaica Plain, 81-51. Junior center Paul Cohen injured his foot after blocking a shot. Junior A1 Robinson and Senior Willie Parkman filled in for injured Cohen. Parkman scored 18 points and Captain Ty Wallace had 16 points. John Sutdes netted I 2 points, mostly hitting from down town. Artie Johnson also had 12 points. E.H.S. VS. BOSTON TRADE The Blue Blue won their second straight by trouncing a smaller Trade five, 75-45. The Blue Blue were in charge from the outset as John Suttles played a great game, hitting on twisting layups and jumpers from the corners. The Blue ran off 1 1 straight points in the second quarter, making the score 31-11, as Willie Parkman tapped one in. Alvin Robinson hit a short jump shot. Ty Wallace hit a jump shot and the Blue were on their way. John Suttles was top scorer with 18 points, followed by Alvin Robinson with 15, and Willie Parkman with 14. Artie from the corner E.H.S. VS. SALEM The Blue traveled up to Salem and won their third straight, by demolishing Salem, 72-48. The Blue jumped to a 7-0 lead behind John Suttles, Willie Parkman, and Twinkie Brown. The lead went to 28-7 as the ball hawking of Twinkie, and Ty converted several steals into easy layups. Artie Johnson also hit from the outside. The Blue led by a 45-16 half time score. The Blue breezed by the second half as everyone played. A Blue led by a 45-16 halftime score. The Blue out the game. Top scorer was John Suttles, hitting 1 6 points while A1 Robinson chipped in 1 3. Willie Parkman had 12, while Artie Johnson contributed 10 points. Twinkie pops from the corner ENGLISH VS. TECH The Blue played its fourth game at the Boston Garden against Tech. The clutch shooting late in the game by Twinkie Brown lifted the Blue to a 66-61 victory. Willie Parkman opened up the game with a jumper and the Blue led 2-0. The first quarter was a close one. John Suttles hit two in a row tying the game at 6-6. A steal by Twinkie and he hit Suttles making it 8-6. Willie Parkman scored on a tap and John Suttles on a twisting layup, for an 18-13 first quarter lead. Two free throws by Ty Wallace opened up the second quarter at 20-13. Willie Parkman hit and Twinkie Brown made a fine spinning layup as the Blue took a 24-13 lead. George Smith hit for Tech, closing the lead to a 26-17 score. Fine shooting by the Blue gave them a 36-30 halftime lead. Fine shooting by Twinkie, Suttles, and John- son kept English up by nine and ten points throughout most of the third quarter. Behind the shooting of George Smith, Tech started to cut the lead until it was tied at 59-59. A clutch jump shot from the foul line by Twinkie Brown gave Ty at the line for two the Blue a 61-59 lead. Twinkie hit again from the top of the key making it 63-59; English would not be stopped. Tech moved within two points, but three clutch free throws by John Suttles put it out of reach. The final score: 66-61. Top scorer for the Blue was John Suttles who had 21 points, Twinkie Brown had 16, and Willie Park- man had 9 points. ENGLISH VS. SALEM The Blue and Blue won their fifth straight game by downing Salem 73-65. This was the second time defeating Salem. The Blue got good out- side shooting from Twinkie Brown and John Sut- tles. The Blue was down 17-14 after one period. The Blue had an off first half as they trailed 31-30 Paul tips it in ENGLISH VS. DORCHESTER The Blue and Blue won their seventh straight game and their fourth in a row in the City League by defeating Dorchester by a score of 83-60. The first period was clqse with English leading 17-14. At half-time the Blue took a 35-25 lead. The shooting was a little cold in the first half. Willie Parkman broke the game open for the Blue as he scored four straight baskets to open up the third period. First Willie hit a turn-around jumper making it 37-25, then he stole the ball and went in for the layup to make it 39-27. Willie stole the ball again and was fouled; he made two free throws to put English way in the lead with a 41-27 score. Again Willie stole the ball and hit, making it 43-27. English continued to get fine shooting from John Suttles. Twinkie Brown. Artie Johnson, and Willie Parkman, Tq Wallace was slowed up with foul trouble as he sat out most of the game. John Suttles hit his down-town jumpers throughout the game. The Blue blocked many Dorchester shots throughout the game. Beatty closed out the Blue’s scoring with three fine jump shots from the right for the first time this year, but the flashy English five won going away 73-65. Top scorer was John Suttles with 20 points. Twinkie Brown had 14 points, while Ty Wallace and Artie Johnson each had 1 1 points. ENGLISH VS. B.C. The Blue and Blue took over first place in the City League by crushing B.C. 80-48. English was led by the great all around playing of Ty Wallace. Ty scored 29 points as the Blue and Blue was well in charge. It was a fairly close first period with Ty, Artie, Twinkie, and Suttles hitting as the Blue led 17-11. The Blue started to pull slowly away in the second period. Ty Wallace sank a free throw; Artie tapped one in to make it 20-13; Ty hit two more to make it 24-15. Ty then sank six more straight points bringing the score to 30-20. Blue and Blue defense was fantastic as Ty, Willie, and Artie continually batted down B.C. shots. The half-time score was 34-20. Artie on the rebound Twinkie opened up the second half with a jumper from the top of the key. The passing by Suttles and Twinkie was fantastic. Blue and Blue controlled both offense and defense boards, with Ty, Artie, and Willie doing the job. After the third quarter. Blue led 49-30. Twinkie, on a fine pass, hit Ty to open the final quarter as the Blue led 51-34. Then a fine second effort by Artie Johnson made the score 53-35. Then John Suttles hit from downtown to make it 55-39. Ty sank one, Suttles hit again, then Twinkie set up John- son to make the score 69-43. Twinkie set up Johnson again to make it 70-47. Johnson hit two more jumpers, and Howard and Grant closed the scoring at 80-48. It was the Blue and Blue’s sixth straight victory. Artie Johnson had 17 points and John Suttles netted 1 0 points. of the key, to make the final score 83-60. Top scorer was Artie Johnson who had 20 points; Willie Parkman scored 19 points; John Suttles netted 14 points; and Twinkie Brown chipped in 13 points. The King and his court ENGLISH VS. TECH Playing at the Boston Garden, the Blue’s un- defeated streak of seven games was stopped by Boston Tech, with a score of 73-70. This was a well-fought game, with the Blue and Blue trail- ing most of the way. Behind John Suttles and Twinkie Brown, the Blue led 6-2. Tech then scored two baskets and Artie Johnson hit to make it 8-6. A three-point play gave the Blue an 11-8 lead, and Ty Wallace sank two free throws mak- ing the score 13-10. Behind the shooting of George Smith, Tech took the lead 14-13. The first quarter score was 16-13, Tech leading. The Blue and Blue was down most of the second quarter, despite the fine shooting of John Suttles, Ty Wallace, and Artie Johnson. Hitting from the inside was Wallace and Parkman as they executed fine plays, but the Blue was down at half-time 35-29. In the second half the Blue closed the gap as Ty Wallace sank two free throws to make it 35-3 1 . Willie fed Ty, and Tech’s lead was cut once again to 35-33. With Tech leading 41-39, they hit for ten straight points, behind the shooting of Wise and Smith to make the score 51-39. The flashy English Five wouldn’t quit as they chipped away at the lead. Artie Johnson hit a jumper, cut- ting the lead to 57-52. Ty Wallace then hit, after Smith had, making the score 59-54. John Suttles scored three baskets in a row, but the Blue still trailed 65-60. John kept on with his great display of shooting as he sank the last two baskets, the final one at the buzzer; however Tech had won the game 73-70. John Suttles had a great game, scoring 25 points. Artie Johnson popped in 17, Ty had 14, and Willie had 12 points. ENGLISH VS. TRADE AT ENGLISH The Blue and Blue playing their first home game put on a fantastic display of shooting as they crushed Trade 112-55. English trailed 4-0 then Willie Parkman hit to make it 4-2. Alvin Robin- son and John Suttles hit to tie the game at 6-6. From here on it was all English. As they ran off 12 straight points making it 18-6 Willie Park- man and Ty Wallace hit from underneath to make it 25-13 after the first quarter. John Sut- tles hit five straight baskets on layups and out- side shots to make it 35-18. Alvin hit, then Artie Johnson sank a jumper making it 41-22; a fine twisting layup by Twinkie Brown closed the scoring at 45-26 at half-time. As the third quarter opened everyone continued to hit. Alvin Robin- son hit two jumpers making it 62-36, then Twinkie and Suttles hit to make it 66-36. The Blue and Blue could not miss in the third period as they ended up scoring 45 points while only giving Trade 19 points and they led 90-41 after three quarters. In the fourth quarter the Blue hit the century mark for the first time as Herb Beatty went in for a fine layup to make it 100-43. Norman Stembridge hit for two hoops and Aaron Grant sank a jumper. Noble Cunningham had four points and Howard had six points. Also scoring was Steve Brown, Laury McDonough and Ron Williams. Top scorer was John Suttles with 24 points. Alvin Robinson hit for 16 points. Captain Ty Wallace netted 14 points. While Artie John- son, Willie Parkman and Twinkie Brown had 11 each. This was the Blue and Blue eighth win against only one loss. ENGLISH VS. C.M. Playing before a standing room only crowd at Catholic Memorial, C.M. defeated the Blue and Blue 80-70. The Blue and Blue were down Willie fakes and shoots all through the first quarter. The Blue was down 6-1 when John Suttles made a fine twisting lay- up and was fouled. The Blue then trailed 6-5. But the shooting of Fran Costello kept C.M. out front. A Twinkie Brown jump shot made it 19-13 after one quarter. Four quick baskets by Cath- olic Memorial boosted the lead to 27-13. Artie Johnson hit a jumper closing it to 27-15. Ty Wal- lace hit a corner shot making it 28-18 as Fran Costello and Steve Ryancs stayed hot. Artie Johnson hit two jumpers in a row but C.M. still led by 10. Willie Parkman hit a jumper and was fouled, making it 36-27. A fine layup by Willie and two free throws by Ty Wallace cut the lead to 37-31. John Suttles stole the ball and went in for the layup making it 39-33, the Blue down at half time. The Blue and Blue heated up in the third period behind the shooting of John Suttles, Willie Parkman and Ty Wallace. A layup by Artie Johnson tied the game at 44-44. The lead see-sawed with Ty Wallace tying it and Willie tying it. After three quarters it was 51-51 the Blues leading. Then Ty Wallace and John Suttles hit to increase the lead 59-53. But the shooting of Fran Costello and the clutch shooting of King Gaskins, plus some tough calls gave C.M. the victory. Willie Parkman and John Suttles scored 16 points and Twinkie Brown had 15 points. Ty Wallace netted 12 and Artie Johnson dropped in 10 points. ENGLISH VS. LATIN The Blue and Blue won an easy victory against arch-rival Boston Latin, 70-58. The Blue and Blue took the lead on an Artie Johnson jumper 2-0. Twinkie Brown hit to make it 4-0. Ty Wal- lace on a fine layuo made it 8-0. Finally Latin got- a free throw. The Blue and Blue continued to hit. Aaron Grant hit a short jumper under- neath to make it 26-1 1. John Suttles and Willie Parkman hit; then Willie scored on a fine layup to make it 36-13. Some of the starting five sat down for a rest midway through the second period. Everyone continued to hit as the Blue led 45-17 at half time. Paul Cohen hit from downtown upping the score to 49-17. John came right back and hit from the same spot as the score continued at 53-17. Everyone played for the second time this year, and the final score was 70-58. The scoring by everyone went like this: Paul Cohen, 10; John Suttles, 10; Artie Johnson, 9; Ty Wallace and Willie Parkman each had 8 points. Twinkie Brown had 7 points; Herb Beatty, Norman Stembridge, Steve Brown and Laury McDonough had 2 points. Twinkie in the back court Artie lays it in for two ENGLISH VS. DOT Playing at English the Blue and Blue trounced Dot 94-54. This victory enabled the Blue to get into the Tech Tourney for the third year in a row. The defending state and Tech Tourney champs led 9-0 befo re Dot could score. Aaron Grant started at center for Willie Parkman who had an injured knee. The Blue and Blue offensive con- tinued to hit from everywhere while their pressing defensive was great. At half-time it was 42-28, Blue led. Opening the third period Artie Johnson flipped in a nice jumper as the score went to 44-28. Twinkie set up many baskets on fine passes and also hit his own fine jumpers. After three quarters the Blue and Blue were up 70-33. John Suttles opened the quarter with a layup and then Artie Johnson stole the ball and went in alone for two. The score now, 74-37. A double pump layup by Twinkie Brown and a Ty jumper made the score 78-37. Steve Brown came in to hit for three jumpers while Noble Cunningham sank a jumper making it 90-54. Herb Beatty closed out the scoring with two downtown jump- ers and a 94-54 victory, lop scorer with 20 points was John Suttles. Ty Wallace and Twinkie Brown each had 15 points and Artie Johnson had 1 1 . Ty grabs the rebound three-point play with the Blue leading 46-28. Artie Johnson scored 6 points and Tom Howard a corner jumper for a 54-29 third quarter lead. The Blue and Blue went on to a 68-41 victory. Top scoring honors went to Captain Ty Wallace, and Artie Johnson, who had 18 points each. Tom Howard played a great game for injured John Suttles, and chipped in 12 points. ENGLISH VS. B.C. Playing on their home court the Blue and Blue trounced B.C. High 68-41. This victory gave English the City League Crown. Top scorer, John Suttles, was out of action with a knee in- jury, but Willie Parkman was hot. Behind the shooting of Ty Wallace, Willie Parkman and Paul Cohen the Blue led 15-10 after one quarter. Artie Johnson hit two jumpers opening the second period for a 19-10 lead. Tom Howard hit giving the Blue a lead of 21-12. Twinkie Brown and the rest of the Blue five continued to hit for a 33-19 half-time lead. Artie Johnson opened the third quarter with a jumper. Artie hit a foul line hoop upping the score to 39-24. Captain Ty Wallace sank a layup and was fouled. He completed a E.H.S. VS. LATIN Boston English finished with a 9-1 league mark and a 1 2-2 overall record, as they defeated Latin, 81-67. Artie Johnson led all scorers with 24 points, hitting mostly on outside jump shots. Ty Wallace chipped with 18 points, in addition to playing his usual strong rebounding game. Top scorer John Suttles was still injured and did not see any action at all. Twinkie Brown put on a fine dribbling exhibition as he chipped in 9 points, hitting his usual twisting layups. T. Howard, play- ing for Suttles, had a fine game as he tossed in 10 points as the Blue finished their regular season in typical English fashion. Paul Cohen Aaron Grant Arthur Johnson Twinkie Brown Alvin Robinson Willie Parkman Thomas Howard Isaac Suttles Tyrone Wallace Captain CITY PLAYOFFS Playing at the Boston Garden, the Blue Blue opened up the City League playoffs by defeating Charlestown, - . John Suttles came in to spark the team after resting his ankle in the first half. John hit from downtown scoring 20 points. The Blue Blue used its size on the boards to overpower Boston Technical for the Boston Cham- pionship at the Garden. Defending State Cham- pions. E.H.S. controlled both boards as it swept to a 79-68 victory. Paul Cohen, Willie Parkman, and Ty Wallace led the way for the Blue, which started to take command late in the second quarter. English led 39-34 at the half and they started to pull away with Cohen and Captain Ty Wallace taking over underneath. A fine team effort by the Blue was evident as the scoring was done by eight players. Top scorer was again John Suttles, with 18 points. Twinkie Brown tossed in 15 points besides his dribbling and fancy assists. Ty Wallace netted 14 points, Paul Cohen chipped in 1 1 points, and Willie Parkman threw in 10 points. CLASS “A” TECH TOURNEY BOSTON ENGLISH VS. LYNN ENGLISH English played its first game of the Tourney against Lynn English losing to them by one point. Outplayed in the first half, English had only scored 17 points to Lynn’s 27. Then Boston English came back to tie the score at the end of the third period. Outstanding players were Twin- kie Brown, Artie Johnson’, and Paul Cohen. In the last 49 seconds of the game the score was tied at 55. After calling time out, Lynn made a basket, making the score 57-55. Under a great deal of pressure, Artie Johnson, after being fouled, stepped up to the foul line and sank two free throws to tie the score up again. With 25 seconds left, Lynn English froze the ball and then with 10 seconds left, Alan Cutler of Lynn drove in for a layup and was fouled by Ty Wallace. With three seconds remaining. Cutler missed the first shot but sank the second making for an agonizing de- feat of 58-57. One disappointing aspect of the game was that of 50 teachers, only four showed up and only 200 students out of 2,000. This did not stop the 200 loyal E.H.S. fans though, for they still yelled out the loudest cheers. £ whn Weam First Row: J. McDonald (Manager), J. Porter (Manager), A. Richardson, M. Devin (co- captain ) M . Delano (co-captain ), D. Boudreau, L. Jacobs, M r. Tarpey (coach ) . Second Row: M. McDonald, R. Krasowski, T. Whelton, M. McMaster, L. Petroni, J. Bishop. Third Row: R. Mitchem, M, Hurley, P. Mainey, J. Oberlander, B, Santangello, G. Moore. Fourth Row: G. Russell, J. Gallagher, P. Duffy, D. Scully, J. Fielding, P. Bishop. Absent when photo was taken: Mr. John Doherty (coach) The Swim Team this year came through with a 10-1 record for the season. The team was undefeated until the last meet of the year when they were downed by Cambridge Latin. This year the team was led through their successful season by co-captains Mark Delano and Mark Devin. Mark Delano, a freestyler, brought the team a great number of points and this year was Brown Interscholastic Freestyle Champion. Mark Devin, a diver, showed his form by placing either first or second in every meet of the year. Mark’s biggest accomplishment of the year was win- ning the diving event against the C. G. Academy Team, and scoring 175 points, the highest he had ever scored. Seniors Lou Jacobs and Tom Whelton, both breaststrokers, came through for the team in every meet to give them the points needed for victory. The highlight of the year came on Saturday, March 8, when Junior, diver Joe Gallagher put on a tremendous exhibition to place second in the New England Diving Championships. Other outstanding swimmers this year were: John Bishop, freestyler; Paul Bishop, freestyler; Freshman, butterfly swimmer, Joe Fielding; Sophomore back- strokers are Bob Sontaryello and Paul Mainey. All in all, the team had a highly successful season and is looking forward to another one next year, and to continue the fine tradition of the E.H.S. Swim Team, coached by Dan Tarpey and John Doherty. SWIM TEAM RECORD Fitchburg 46 Waltham 42 Malden 22 Brookline 39 Lexington 42 Catholic Memorial 44 Brockton 29 Cambridge Latin 66 . Wellesley 40 E.H.S. 53 E.H.S. 57 E.H.S. 77 E.H.S. 60 E.H.S. 57 E.H.S. 55 E.H.S. 70 E.H.S. 33 E.H.S. 59 Relay Championships — (Brandeis University) E.H.S. 1st place total pts. 77 League Championships E.H.S. 2nd place Eastern Massachusetts Meet Championships E.H.S. 3rd place State Championships E.H.S. 5th place Co-captain Mark Delano; Head-coach Dan tarpey, Co-captain Mark Devin. iforlmj ' JF i ' A 4SMML J w ■ V " rnWhiW .Ji jt y ■f w SIA, H - p AJKSS SBg BW 3 ftH ; " . ’ i Third Row: Jimmy Morgan, Rick Cassilli, Martin Carney (Mgr.), Mark McLean, Robert Tobin, John Madden. Second Row: Coach William Stuart, Jr., Gene McCarthy, Jack Flemming, Leo Corbett, John Crowley, Peter Fagan, Joe Coyle, Jimmy Dowling. First Row: Gary Razzino, Richard Hart, Steven Connolly, Peter Morrissey, Vinnie Adduci, Kevin Ryan, Kevin Curley. RECORD EHS 0 TECH 7 EHS 2 TECH 3 EHS 1 TECH 10 EHS 1 B.C. 4 EHS 1 B.C. 4 EHS 2 B.C. 4 EHS 1 LATIN 5 EHS 0 LATIN 3 EHS 13 TRADE 0 EHS 10 TRADE 1 EHS 8 TRADE 0 EHS 3 DORCHESTER 0 EHS 5 DORCHESTER 0 EHS 4 DORCHESTER 3 HOCKEY COACHING STAFF Joe King ’40, William J. Stewart, Jr., ’37, John Doherty, ’54 The English High School hockey team started with a 13-0 blast over Trade and followed up in a like manner with victories over seven victims and losses to seven opponents. During the games, E.H.S. had a rugged defense and a competent offense for the most part. It was this combination which overpowered a few teams, beat good teams, and managed in the losing games to keep the game in doubt up until the very end. Everyone on the team played well with special mention going to Ryan “The Duke,” Steve Connolly, Vinnie Adducci, and the daring trio of Hart, Coyle, and Fleming plus a promising under-classman, “Flash” McClain. Special recog- nition goes to the goalie, “Gump” Rezzino who according to a coach who must be unknown is quoted as “He leads the league in assists.” Congratulations to Mr. Stewart and the team for a job well done and best wishes for next year. Itttimtr ®rark Well, the boys in the double blue on the track team have once again finished an indoor season. It was a season of many pleasures and surprises as well as one of heartbreak. We had a small team but we constantly forced our opponents to work extra hard for their victories. In fact, most of the losses we suffered could have been reversed, had our team been as large as the oppositions’. Co-captains Terry Shaw and Clark Deaver were impressive all season as they won the two mile and 300 yard dash respectively. Clark also anchored the “A” relay team to the victor’s circle in the Regimentals. Ed Nagle in the high hurdles, Ed Bullock in the “A” fifty yard dash, Kevin Duffy in the “A” mile, and Carl Hill in the “A” 1,000 also turned in superlative performances every time they ran. In fact, the entire team deserved praise but lack of space limits the men- tioning of everyone on the team. The track team only wishes that it had been English, and not Tech as victors in the Regimentals, and hopes that outdoor track will fulfill this wish. Front Row (left to right): W. Ketchen, E. Nagle, K. Duffy, A. Spiliakos, F. Howe, T. Shaw (co-captain), C. Hill, C. Deaver (co-captain), R. Slowe. Second Row (left to right): G. Martin, R. Moore, W. O’Brien, R. Thompson, J. Smart, W. Haynesworth. Third Row (left to right): R. Miceli. W. Thompson. F. O’Brien, J. Braxton, N. Cunningham, P. Fong, R. Saverse, W. Smyth, R. Bagnulo. Fourth Row (left to right): W. Hicks, J. Ogrins, T. Jones, R. Johnson, G. Sims, J. Sheets, R. Shapiro, J. Williams (manager), Mr. Burns (coach). EHS Trade W Latin L Technical L Reggies 3rd EHS FHS EHS 3rd INDOOR TRACK RECORD (Erase (Exnmtry CROSS COUNTRY RECORD E.H.S. 47 Tech 55, Dorchester 113, Trade 138 E.H.S. 19 Dorchester 49, Trade 100 E.H.S. 58 Weymouth 26, Tech 67, Latin 79 E.H.S. 25 Tech 30 E.H.S. 53 B.C. High 18. Latin 53, Tech 74 E.H.S. 46 Tech 33, Latin 46 E.H.S. 51 Tech 35, Latin 40, Dorchester 110 E.H.S. 51 Tech 37, Latin 38, Dorchester 116, Charlestown 141 The 1968-1969 school year had barely gotten underway when several candidates traveled to White Stadium to prepare for the 1968 Cross Country season. With hopes in our heads, and equipment on our backs, it wasn’t long before the grueling hours of practice dwindled our team in size. Those who stayed on the team had high hopes of defeating the likes of Latin and Tech and bringing another Regimental championship to English High. The early meets were very en- couraging as we defeated almost all of our com- petitors. Only B.C. High and Weymouth runners proved to be too swift for us. Finally in the Reg- gies, Tech and Latin showed up and handily de- feated the stalwarts from E.H.S. We would like to congratulate Captain Kevin Duffy, Terry Shaw, Carl Hill, Fred Howe, Rich Slowe, Dick Moore, Pete Grealish, Dave Bunch, Gerry Sheets, Rickie Thompson, Derek Hughes, and Jimmie Ellis for making the 1968 Cross Country season a re- spectable one. (Erern ©rant First Row (left to right): Renna, Reddy, Giannasoli, O’Brien, F. Boudreau (Captain), Hart, Swartz, Waggett, Gervino. Second Row (left to right): Mr. Yalmokas, Coach, Agostinelli, Murphy, G. Thompson, Nee, D. Monahan, Lefteriou, Grealish, Boyle, Saniuk, Sullo. Atello, Moore. The English High crew began the season with a fantastic sweep of all three boats, defeating Tech, Latin, and Trade soundly. The English boats, coxed by Bob O ' Brien, Jim Dowling, and Tony Renna, went on to place second in the City League, being beaten by Tech. Our second and third boats were undefeated for the entire season. First Race English, Tech, Latin, and Trade Second Race Tech, Third Race Tech, Fourth Race Tech, Fifth Race Tech, Latin, English, and Trade English, Latin, and Trade English, Latin, and Trade Trade, Latin, and English Mr. Yalmokas, Coach David E. Boudreau (Captain) mt Left to Right: Stavros, W., Goldman, E., Morrissey, F., Mr. Johnson, Gately, V. (Captain), McEldowney, R., Atkinson, C. The English High Golf Team participated in the Massachusetts Coast League competition this year. Opponents included Quincy, North Quincy, Hyde Park, Technical, and Latin. All members of the team improved their individual scores during the season. Vincent Gately and Larry McDonough participated in the State Schoolboy Golf Tournament qualifying round at Putterham Meadows in Brook- line in mid-May. We look forward to next year with eagerness to capture the City Title. Vincent Gately (Captain) Mr. Thomas P. Johnson (Coach) First Row: N. Doulos, Leskow. H. Sideropoulos, J. Pesiridis, I. Pesiridis. Second Row: N. Hill, N. Papadopoulos, A. Stamboulis, S. Papadopoulos, C. Karageorgiadis, J. Ricardo. Third Row: H. Whitworth, C. Russell, E. Bohalis, J. Whaley, Cieplik, W. Duffy, Coach. Fourth Row: N. Tatem, R. Boutros, R. Williams, C. Whitworth. This year’s soccer team has been by far the best team since EHS began playing soccer. Under the leadership of our captain, Henry Sideropoulos and our coach. Mr. William Duffy, the team achieved an undefeated record of 6 wins and 1 tie. The team is an international one with players from Greece, Italy, Jamaica, Haiti, Bermuda, Costa Rica, Trinidad, Germany, and China. The team has had 34 goals to its credit brought on by our forwards made up of Greeks and Ja- maicans. The season started off with a victory over Boston Tech. We then also produced victories over Latin, our arch-rivals, Browne Nichols, and Bryant and Stratton. We closed our season with a tie to New Prep. The soccer team would like to heartily thank our coach, Mr. Duffy and the soccer managers for their help in making our soccer season a success. SOCCER RECORD Boston Technical 0 E.H.S. 5 Boston Latin 0 E.H.S. 4 Cambridge Latin 2 , E.H.S. 4 Boston Latin 1 E.H.S. 3 Boston Technical 2 E.H.S. 4 Browne Nichols 2 E.H.S. 5 Norfolk Prison 1 E.H.S. 0 Cambridge Latin 4 E.H.S. 1 Bryant Stratton 0 E.H.S. 7 (Qtttiinnr (Hrark The Outdoor Track Team met with moderate success this season largely due to exceptional in- dividual efforts. The highlight of the season oc- curred at the Regimental Finals where thirteen out of sixteen qualifiers either won or placed in their events. Outstanding seniors were co-captains Clark Deaver and Terry Shaw, who were both un- defeated in city competition. Other major con- tributions for the success of the team were Ed Nagle and Bob Pritchard in the hurdles, Kevin Duffy in the mile, Carl Hill in the 1000, and Ed Bullock in the dash. Mr. Richard Burns (Track Coach) tjflft few ® K T m uM, L V [ ‘ 1 H ' .i i i Front Row (left to right): Greene, Shaw, Ketchen, Nagle (Co-Captain), Slowe (Co-Captain), Duffy, Deaver, F. Howe, Pritchard. Back Row (left to right): Coach Dionisio, H. Chin, Paden, Braxton, R. Thompson, Saverse, W. Thompson, Moore, Smart, Pittman, Coach Burns. Uaarball Co-Captains Wayne Fyasu Gary Timlin EHS VARSITY BASEBALL Marty Carney Rick Casilli Clark Deaver Tom DeFilippo Tom Douglas Tom Doyle Dave Driscoll Brian Duran Wayne Frasu Chris Geoldasis Rick Flansen Gary Hillis Errol Morrison Dan O’Sullivan Rick Palermo Ed Shanahan Jim Shanahan Jim Stenmon Gary Timlin Paul Thompson First Row (left to right): Geodasis, H illis, Shanahan, J., DeFillipo, Timlin, Frasu, Deaver, Palermo, Duran, Stenmon. Second Row (left to right): Tobin. R., Fandel (Managers), Thompson, O ' Sullivan. Driscoll, Doyle, Shanahan. E., Carney, Douglas, Flanson, Casilli, Keenan, Foley, (Managers) Coach Stewart, Coach Butters. SCHEDULE English 6 Dorchester 3 English 0 B.C. High 1 English 5 Tech 1 English 2 Trade 1 English 4 Newton 4 English 5 Dorchester I English 7 B.C. High 6 English 6 Tech 0 English 10 Trade 2 English 2 Latin 1 English 4 Dorchester 1 English 3 B.C. High 4 English 5 Tech 4 English 12 Trade 2 English 5 jfaahum lutut On March 19, 1969, the English High School Home and School Association presented its annual Fashion Show for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund. The theme of this year ' s program was “A Flight Into Fashion.” Prior to the show in the auditorium, there was a meeting between parents and teachers. Men’s clothing was modeled as well as women’s, the former being modeled by members of the Senior Class, officers as well as athletes. The E.H.S. Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Cordon also was featured. The show certainly proved itself a great success and was enjoyed by all those who both watched it and participated in it. §ntinr CEIaas ®ag On Friday, May 9, 1969, the Senior Class held its traditional Class Day Assembly. The first half of the program was marked with the traditional acts of opening remarks by Ty Wallace, Senior Class President, class business by the Sec- Treasurer, Mark Delano, the class history, and presentation of the class gift to the Headmaster. The second half of the program was highlighted by the presentation of a “Mother ' s Day” cake to Mr. John A. Creedon along with a laudatory speech by Nelson Sigelman in praise of Mr. Creedon. It was a very emotional moment for the students who stood in tribute to Cd. for all he had done for the class and for Mr. Creedon. Peter Voisin provided the musical entertainment. Then came the off- Broadway comedy hit of the year, “What’s a Revolution without TV?” performed by leading members of the class too numerous to mention. This put everyone in just the right mood for the reading of the class will and prophecy by Jerry Kirstein and Rick Thomas. When they were finished, the teachers had their chance when Messrs. Lane and Yalmokas exhibited their talents for creative humor writing by ranking out the class in good fun. Our Senior Class Advisor Mr. Yurewicz made the closing remarks and with the singing of Alma Mater, the class was then dis- missed from school for the rest of the day. The Night We All Waited For : 145tlj dkaftoation of jEtuftali irljool Monday, June 9th, 1969 at 8:00 o’clock The War Memorial Auditorium Awarite at % jEtujltfilj IfUjlj i»rl|ool ( ra uation WAR MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM Monday, June 9, 1969 AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS Thomas F. Abraham, Jr. Joseph A. Bowen Thomas B. Broderick Donald B. MacDougall Henry Sideropoulos Francis M. Sullivan Wai L. Tsang James L. Wong STANLEY GAY HYDE FITCH SCHOLARSHIP Michael J. McLaughlin $200.00 CLASS OF 1895 Good Citizen Awards Americo Napa $100.00 Paul F. Curley 100.00 English Award Joseph A. Bowen $150.00 WALTER F. DOWNEY SCHOLARSHIPS Vincent P. Garone $100.00 Donald B. MacDougall 100.00 Richard J. Palermo 100.00 George A. Wong 100.00 Jerome S. Kirstein 100.00 Carl A. Hill 100.00 Thomas B. Broderick 200.00 Stuart J. Ross 200.00 CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL Paul F. Curley CLASS OF 1911 AWARDS Paul F. Curley $100.00 Martin A. Carver 100.00 BENJAMIN SIMONS SCHOLARSHIP Peter F. Wong $100.00 BERNARD LANDERS GIFT Kevin J. Duffy $100.00 DR. PHILIP E. MELTZER MEMORIAL AWARD Mark E. Devin $100.00 CLASS OF 1925 SCHOLARSHIPS John Licht $100.00 Paul S. Kelley 100.00 MELVIN A. SHIKES SCHOLARSHIP Jeffrey C. Nathanson $100.00 NEWMAN S1LBERT SCHOLARSHIP — CLASS OF 1911 Paul J. Maguire $200.00 James Lee Wong 300.00 BENJAMIN RICHMOND SCHOLARSHIP Thomas F. Abraham, Jr. $100.00 CLASS OF 1916 SCHOLARSHIPS Peter G. Voisin $100.00 Richard J. Thomas 100.00 WILLIAM BRACKETT SHOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Henry Sideropoulos $500.00 JOHN F. BURKE SCHOLARSHIP — 1892 Timothy P. Towner $100.00 JOSEPH KAPLAN SCHOLARSHIP Francis M. Sullivan $300.00 Lawrence P. Baker 200.00 DAVID BURSTEIN SCHOLARSHIP Conrad J. Baronowski $300.00 MOSKOW BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP Mark W. Delano $100.00 Steven D. Finkel 100.00 AMERICAN LEGION MEDAL AWARD Tyrone T. Wallace CLARENCE WALTER BARROW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Leon P. Dzgala $200.00 JOHN BOUVE CLAPP PRIZE — CLASS OF 1873 Nelson Sigelman $100.00 CUMSTON PRIZES Clark M. Deaver $200.00 Nelson Sigelman 200.00 Tyrone T. Wallace 200.00 CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Kevin L. Thompson $200.00 VINCENT P. MORTON SCHOLARSHIP James A. Shanahan $100.00 PAUL A. MUZICHUCK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Conrad J. Baronowski $100.00 JACOB AND MARY POLEY SCHOLARSHIP Wai L. Tsang $100.00 ALBERT H. W1GGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Robert A. Penta $200.00 LAURENCE G. ATWOOD CHEMISTRY SCHOLARSHIP Edward K. T. Chin $150.00 ELLIOTT P. FRAZIER SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP Andrew G. Fortunka $150.00 MATTHEW J. RUGGIERO MEMORIAL MATHEMATICS SCHOLARSHIP Francis M. Sullivan $150.00 JOHN H. WARD SCHOLARSHIP David E. Boudreau $150.00 ROWE A. GLADWIN MEMORIAL 1898 SCHOLARSHIP George J. Whidden $100.00 CHARLES J. FOX MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Calvert B. Whitworth $100.00 FRAZIER AWARDS David B. Turteltaub $50.00 Gregory L. Ryan 50.00 Robert G. Whitmarsh 50.00 Raymond P. Mortlock 50.00 Rodney D. Burkes 50.00 Charles M. Wilson 50.00 Peter F. Wong 50.00 CLASS OF 1906 Anthony F. Diorio $100.00 CLASS OF 1913 AWARD Richard J. Palermo $150.00 CLASS OF 1919 Roderick L. Taswell $100.00 CLASS OF 1921 AWARD Kenneth S. Mahnke $100.00 CLASS OF 1922 AWARD Michael J. Nee $100.00 CLASS OF 1924 AWARD Terry A. Shaw $100.00 CLASS OF 1934 AWARD Mark W. Delano $100.00 CLASS OF 1938 AWARD Peter G. Katsigianis $100.00 ELLIS FIELD, ’32, SCHOLARSHIP Dennis M. Doherty $100.00 MORRIS GREYSER ART SCHOLARSHIP Albert J. Aloise $100.00 BOOK FAIR AWARD Edmond T. Flynn $100.00 E. H. S. HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Edward F. Bell Award John M. Powers $100.00 Francis M. Keady Award Stuart P. Levine $100.00 Maurice F. Murphy Award Michael F. Conway $100.00 Morris Greyser Award Russell H. Kraiterman $100.00 Matthew J. Ruggiero Memorial Awards Charles M. Wilson $100.00 Leonard Anderson 100.00 Barrington Vaughan, ’71, Memorial Award Melvin I. Blackman $100.00 Pfc Richard D. Cheney Memorial Award Mark W. Vargo $100.00 Carl W. Zwicker, ’61 Memorial Award James A. Tringali $100.00 UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS Junior Laurence R. Kessler $100.00 Ronald D. Lee 50.00 Sophomore Fernando Miranda 100.00 Pak Man Chan 25.00 Howard K. Block 25.00 Freshman James B. Broderick 100.00 John C. Tzavaras 50.00 V- ' -.


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