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

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88 Ot EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Neai E. Braverman ASSISTANT EDITOR Leo J. Fetherston FACULTY ADVISORS John A. Creed on James B. Corscadden Jfloretwirfr The reputation of English High School is marked by A tradition of excellence as a training ground for leaders, and as a producer of men who can reason. We, the students, have seen and been a part of that indefinable quality of the rapport in the student-teacher rela¬ tionship which an outsider, can never truly understand. As you will come to realize once you proceed into this, the 34th edition of the Blue and Blue Yearbook, mere words can do it no justice. In fact, our success has prompted many of our teachers to suggest that we edit next year’s edition as well. What could they mean by that, fellow seniors? We feel we have created something different with this edition, and you are now invited to read our effort to preserve a rather interesting and unique year, as well as to sample the forementioned tradition, which we have tried to capture, after many hours of toil, heartache, but more im¬ portantly, elation. Lawrence McDonough Photo - Courtesy of Record American 4£ushbS W - ; 5 ' --££4 1 yr MHHHk Hi Mr. James W. Dailey ilaBtpr’s ®o She (Elaas of 13T0 The staff of the 1970 yearbook has asked me to prepare a message for our graduates. Aware of my shortcomings as an author of literary sentiments, they have presented me with sample messages of other Headmasters of other years. In these messages, I find a general tone of congratulations to the grad¬ uates and also expressions of confidence and best wishes in all their future en¬ deavors. The Class of 1970 should be well aware that their new Headmaster accorded to his first graduating class a full measure of these accolades. How¬ ever, I would like to reflect on several other points. From experience with my own and other yearbooks, I venture to predict that many of you will be browsing through these pages many years and many miles from 1970, and Boston. I know that the memories of your teachers and classmates will be pleasant and that all their faces will be forever as they appear in this book. However, I also predict that you will not easily remember the striking events of your graduation period. Let me recall to your memory some significant episodes from your last year in high school: The first landings on the moon were symbolic of the scien¬ tific state of the world you were about to enter; the movement of student unrest and open rebellion were indicative of an insistence by youth that their opinion be considered in decisions affecting their lives; the demands of all minority groups that our democratic process recognize and react to needs which could not be won by minority vote at the polls; the national mood of resentment against leaders of government and the military who had not been able to end a fifty-year involve¬ ment in almost continous warfare; the thoughtful protests in Boston and else¬ where during which hundreds of thousands of Americans expressed their deep desire for peace; the unwillingness of the vast majority of peaceful protestors to allow violent methods to obscure their message. Here in 1970, I wonder how these events will appear to you as you read of them again in future years. In this accelerating age of America, it is probable that many more significant events are in store for you. Our country will be in your hands at that time and I know that it will be in good hands. God Bless You, James W. Dailey Head Master Assistant ibaii Master ' s Message The Class of 1970 is to be congratulated on its excellent record at the English High School. The turbulence, unrest and social changes occurring in the world outside, not only have exerted a marked influence on the individual careers of the members of the class, but have also served to unite them in bonds of mutual respect and understanding. All of you are fortunate to be entering upon a new era for young Americans. The future is indeed bright for all who are able and willing to apply themselves diligently to their chosen vocations. For this struggle you could have no better preparation than the education and training which you have received here at The English High School. As Assistant Head Master I wish for each and every one of you success, good health, and God speed in your chosen careers. Mr. Edwin F. Butters Assistant Head Master Mr. James B. Corscadden Senior Class Advisor In the role as advisor to your class, oftentimes I only saw the problem student and perhaps missed the personal acquaintance of the greater part of the class. This does not mean however, that your senior year and your participation in it went unnoticed by myself or your school. Your entire senior year seemed to be one of trying and challenging circumstances. From student demonstrations through the teacher strike, it seemed that any intentions we had or planned to have as a class never could materialize. The tension of today’s world, the cry of your generation for involvement, its concern for equality for all groups, and certainly the continuing quest for peace, combined to make your senior year, one of awareness and concern. And when you look back upon this year, you will have mixed feelings. Some may even feel cheated because we couldn’t have many class activities, but each of you will be able to say that it was a unique, collective learning experience, and English High, as a vital center of activity, was " The place to be.” May each of you perpetuate the feeling of awareness and " involvement” of which you were a part here. My best to the Class of 1970. Sincerely, James B. Corscadden Class Advisor Working with the Class of 1970 as they sought an education has been an education for me. Assuming the role of advisor in mid October, I found myself totally inexperienced in coping with the problems of a Senior Class. Members of the class rallied to my assistance. With their cooperation, knowledge and ex¬ periences they made it possible for me to fulfill the role of advisor. This introduction to my message is to emphasize the fact that one’s education never stops nor is com¬ pleted. As you go forth from EHS and are exposed to new situations, remember that each of these experi¬ ences offers you the opportunity to gain new know¬ ledge. By taking advantage of these opportunities for knowledge you will become a better educated man and be of greater value to yourself and those about you. Christopher P. Lane Class Advisor 11♦ 1 f ' 9 : xi 1 Ajj Sjt ■ ■ Itr • N N |B WKmi Mr. Christopher P. Lane Senior Class Advisor He is the reference book the sculptor of brains who mofi with the best thoughtsof yesterd He devotes hours on end to tuck into their mental pocke practice, and though young in ; he is ancient. a tender-aged world and the minds of tomorrow, © eative work for students He is the theory they :, to his daily listeners, He may not be dressad in elegant style, but he is a fashion plate in the society of wisdom. He often studies harder and longer than all his students combined. And when the tedious school year comes to an end, he is the only one left behind in the classroom. I vv ’ 1 4 ' ENGLISH DEPARTMENT " Who climbs the grammar, distinctly knows where noun, verb, and participle grows.” Dryden Richard F. Burns Gerald P. Dechayne Raymond C. Dion Kevin P. O’Malley Richard Winchester Robert L. Dennehy John P. Doherty, Jr. HISTORY DEPARTMENT " And History with all her volumes vast, hath but one page.” Lord Byron James L. Buckley John A. Creedon Charles E. McGowan Fergus G. Young Edward F. Connelly, Jr. ART DEPARTMENT " Art hath an enemy called ignorance. " Ben Jonson Harold L. McMurray William E. Morrison MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT " Men learn while they teach.” Seneca Charles W. Sharkey (Dept. Head) James B. Corscadden Francis X. Hayes Eric A. Roy William Themistocles Ernest A. Green Timothy O’Connell Daniel E. Rosen Robert J. Russell LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ' Language is a city to the building of which every human being buys a stone” Ralph Waldo Emerson BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Louis Mazer Donald A. Carbone (Dept. Head) . I Charles Gustin Wilfred L. Hynes Irving A. Krutter Benjamin Levenson ’ ' Talk of nothing but business and dispatch that business quickly.” Dibdin James F. Scalese Daniel F. Tarpey SCIENCE DEPARTMENT " Science when well digested is nothing hut good sense and reason.” Stanislaus Christopher P. Lane James F. Mullan Richard C. Murphy Charles Mobilia HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION " Health is a blessing that money cannot buy” Izaak Walton Henry L. Dionisio Robert W. Fisher GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT " Few men make themselves masters of the things they write or speak.” John Sclden Kevin J. Bowers Matthew J. Connors Joseph Lapidus Paul M. Shea Caroline A. Foster OFFICE STAFF Dorothy M. Geraghty THE ESSENTIAL WORKERS Mary Robeson - Ann Cross Cafeteria Bosses John R. Donlon Senior Custodian " We’re ready for any lunch” " Sure, we still burn coal” Not a building broad and high, Turrets pointing to the sky; Not a system hard and cold; Not a pen for sheep in fold; But a SPIRIT, sweet and fair, Breathing consecrated air, Wearing robe of spotless hue, Bearing banner, blue and blue; This we picture when we cry, “English High. O English High!” Hfyat Is English 2ftgl|? Not a group of men who each Letter of the law can teach; Not a set of rigid rules Only needed to guide fools; But a SOUL, that day by day Walks a consecrated way, Guiding youth to ways of beauty Through the sacredness of duty; This we picture when we cry, “English High, 0 English High!” Not a catalogue of books Idly conned with hasty looks; Not a course of study made To ascend from grade to grade; But a PRESENCE, strong and pure, Building something to endure In the minds and hearts of youth, Founded on the rock of truth; Something that shall help them be High in soul, in spirit free; This w r e picture when we cry, “English High, O English High!” enucrW JOSEPH T. GALLAGHER prmxumt of % OUasa of XQZO " Every man must educate himself : His books and teachers are but helps : The work is his.” Daniel Webster Our high school years have quickly passed, but we shall not forget them soon. We may remember these years as having aeen wasted, or we may remember them as being the most important years of our lives. These were the years when we learned to think for ourselves. The years when we trained ourselves to stand on our own to face the future. The years when we expressed ourselves in the greatest possible manner. We will soon look back on the achievements which we have made, or perhaps, those which we should have achieved; those things we should have done, but neglected to do; those things we should not have done, but went on to do; the wisely chosen endeavors, and our misjudged ones. Whichever we choose to look back upon, we must take the credit or the blame. The time which has passed will be greatly influenced by how we have used it, and we must thank those who made it a little easier for us. Certainly the past cannot be changed, but the future is still within our power. Joseph T. Gallagher President, Class of 1970 EDWIN J. SHANAHAN Vice-President RICHARD E. BUSHEE Executive Committee (Class ©ffirers JOHN J. BISHOP Secretary-Treasurer JOSEPH T. GALLAGHER President LARRY HOBSON Executive Committee (Maas (Cmnmittoii CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Richard E. Bushee, John J. Bishop, Joe Gallagher, Ed Shanahan, Larry Hobson ALUMNI COMMITTEE Left to Right: Richard Bushee, John Bishop, Mr. Corscadden, Joe Gallagher, Mr. Lane Ed Shanahan, Larry Hobson BLUE AND BLUE PROM COMMITTEE 1st row, left to right: Crowley, Winer, McDonough, Mr. Lane, Advisor, Ed MacDonald, Chairman, Cohen, Carrasco 2nd row, left to right: Flaherty, Kelly, Chandler, Colson, Kohler, Glazer, Walsh, Egan Mr. James. B. Corscadden In Mr. John A. Creedon Qfitiratimt The yearbook staff, on behalf of the Class of 1970, takes this opportunity to express its appreciation and gratitude, to those four individuals, who have given us their constant devotion, tireless energy, honest friendship, but most importantly, their collective patience, on behalf of our class. And for this reason, this staff dedicates this edition to the men pictured on this page. They have always given of themselves on behalf of us, and English High, and to them, individually, and collectively, we shall be forever grateful, for without them, we never could have lived up to the school motto of " Service to mankind, through honor and achievement.” Our thanks to them for a job well done. The Class Of 1970 Mr. Joseph F. Dotoli, Jr. Mr. Christopher P. Lane OJIu history nf % (Hlass of 19T0 a Ititle fuell kept, fljart a great beat forgotten.” (Sfrestjntan On September 9, 1966, we, the Class of 1970 entered America’s oldest high school for the first time. We began our first year at the freshmen annex on School Street. Our Master-in-charge, Mr. Robert Carroll, proved a firm, but fair leader. We would be the 149th Class out of English High, and very early we realized our role in perpetuating the tradition of this fine institution. Still confused and not yet familiar with the role of high school we were confronted with IBM schedules and course numbers, but before long, we had settled in for our new and unique experience here. In November, our new " machine-made” report cards proved we could not doctor up the reports, even had we wanted to, so we resigned ourselves to getting down to the books and studying. Some of the events affecting the year were: The election of Edward Brooke as Senator from Massa¬ chusetts, the first black man to be so honored in over 85 years, the withdrawal of France from N.A.T.O., the flight of Gemini 10, the illness of President Johnson, the death of the Prime Minister of India, and the bombing of Hanoi and Haiphong for the first time, in the continual war in South Vietnam. The ' 66-67 sports’ season proved to be the most successful in recent years. The football team was undefeated and unscored upon but once, when Thanks¬ giving came. We were the victors, 20-18. Our football team 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 into the tourney. We trounced Bishop Stang, and overtook top ceded Weymouth, and then in a give-none take-none game with Somerville, lost. All was not in vain, however, 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 that, the Eastern Mass Title, and were ranked fourth in the state. As we reached June, our baseball team was right there on top. We could look back on a most productive year. ornore After a recuperative summer it was time to return once aga : n to the books. We looked forward to this year particularly, because we were entering the " Big Time” the ma : n building on Avenue Louis Pasteur. Here we would be rubbing elbows with Juniors and Seniors, that is if any of them would bother to talk to Sophomore. Luckily we made it through October with an assist from the Red Sox who won the pennant, but lost the world series in the seventh game. On turkey day English clashed with Latin in the rain and mud, but we lost the hard fought game, 14-0, thus ending a dismal season in football. The basketball team was having a fine year: They won the city league title but lost a heartbreaker to Hyde Park for the city championship. Little did we know that this would be the last game they would lose. English was once again in the Tech Tourney, and defeated every team, including the final one, New Bedford. We also won the State Tourney thus be¬ coming the first Boston team to win both the Tech and State Tourneys. Our assistant headmaster, Mr. Power, left us to become the new Headmaster of Charlestown High. Mr. Edwin Butters, a former guidance counselor at English, became our Assistant Headmaster. On June 5, with a most successful sophomore year coming to a close, tragedy struck. A second Kennedy was murdered by an assassin’s bullet. Robert F. Kennedy died in the service of his country. He was not the first of great americans to die that year, for the Rev. Martin Luther King was also felled by and Assassin, thus robbing America and the civil rights movement of a great leader. Other events which affected school and made us aware of the world about us were: The Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, the U.S. orbit of the Moon, The capture of the " Pueblo”, the election of Nixon as President, and the beginning of worldwide students revolts. As the school year closed, and with these thoughts fresh in our minds, we prepared for a summer before returning for our third year at English. Jlmttor It was September of 1968 and already we were mid way in our tenure. We were beginning our third 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 racial 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 English High 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 authorities 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 integrated institution in this country. The administration 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 concerned students started the school’s first newspaper, one which played a major role in the settlement of all radical groups’ demonstrations. In November the annual United Nations trip to New York took place, and in January, a new social event, and perhaps the best of the year, a Mid-Winter Dance at the Somerset Hotel. Next we were introduced to testing and guidance interviews, with P.S.A.T.’s and S.A.T.’s it proved some very hectic moments. The events of this academic year seemed to be over¬ shadowed by a civil war waging in Biafra, the landing of men on the moon, the defeat of Charles DeGaulle as President of France, the peace moratoriums, and con¬ tinuing student unrest around the nation and the world. Dr. Joseph L. Malone, Head Master since 1956 announced his retirement in June of this year climaxing an already event-filled period of time. Senior We returned early in September to the most important year, we were at long last, Seniors. We looked forward in anticipation to a year that would prove itself, " The Year That Was.” Before we had left the previous June, we had already elected our Class Officers for the coming year. President-Toe Gallagher, Vice-President- Ed Shanahan, Secretary-Treasurer-John Bishop, and on the Executive Committee, Larry Hobson and Rick Bushee. The usual requirements also took place very early: S.A.T. ' s and the confusion of filling our college applica¬ tions and just waitmg for a reply. We lost the Thanks¬ giving Day game to Latin again, as the team had a very poor season. We made up for that however, as that dynamic basketball team won the Tech Tourney and went on to prove that they were also No. 1 in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Student unrest and its search for identification mani¬ fested itself in an early SDS confrontation on our front door step. The tension and turmoil of surrounding colleges already seemed to spill over to us. The uncertainty almost seemed to dictate an apathetic attitude towards academic, social, and athletic activities. English High also had a new headmaster. Mr. James W. Dailey, formerly in charge of data processing for the Boston school s ystem. He succeeded Dr. Malone as the thirteenth headmaster in the long history of English High, in September. The annual Christmas assembly seemed to give us a much needed uplift and returned us to face class dues, payments for ring, prom, and yearbook. The spring proved more interesting as black students demonstrated for an autonomous Afro-American society, and white students for a more powerful student council. Just when things seemed to be returning to some semblance of normalcy, the faculty joined their collegues around the city for a " Professional Day” to emphasize their concern for the upcoming contract. It seemed that it was the year for demonstrations and everyone wanted to get into the act. The first strike by Boston teachers occurred early in May, and the teachers were still not behind their desks when May 15th, senior release date rolled around. Class Day had to be cancelled because of this event but luckily, the teachers returned to work the day of our prom which was held at the King Phillip in Wrentham. With graduation scheduled for June 15, at War Memorial Auditorium, we will climax an interesting, and perhaps hectic year, but certainly, not a boring or uneventful year. It bears out the old adage, " One grows up fast at English High,” and we are the living proof of it. (§ur IrmtmjT 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. Mile ' 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 an 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 puplic 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. Mr. Mclnerney resigned in 1956 to assume the post as Headmaster of Brighton High School. Mr. Joseph L. Malone was appointed headmaster in 1956 and served until his retirement in 1969. During his tenure many new honors came to the school: academic, social, and athletic. English High was also evaluated for accreditation and the plans for a new physical plant were released. In June of 1969, Mr. James W. Dailey became, upon his appointment, the thirteenth head¬ master in the long, proud tradition of America’s oldest high school. We wish him every success in his new assignment as English High continues to meet the challenge of today’s changing education. RALPH J. AGOSTINELLI, JR. 64 Falcon Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Jr. High Ambition: Civil Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Water Skiing, Tennis, Pool Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4, N.H.S. 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Crew Team 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN P. AMIRAULT 95 Cowper Street BRIAN F. AHERN 75 Hewlett Street School: Washington Irving J.H.S. Ambition: Teacher College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Painting National Honor Society 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4 MANUEL J. ANGELO 1444 Tremont Street School: Dartmouth H.S. Ambition: Journalism College: Holy Cross Hobbies: Reading, Music Spanish I II; M2; DEll Phys.; Sci.; Lawrence Prize Spanish II; Yearbook Staff Art Editor 4; Record Staff Writer 4; Vice President of Na¬ tional Honor Society 4. JOSEPH A. ALIMONTI Joe 19 Vienna Street School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Successful Plumber College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Swimming Office Aid 4; Glee Club 1, 4 VASILIOS APAZIDIS Billy 149A Hillside Street School: William Howard Taft Ambition: To be successful in life College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Soccer, Electrical Instruments Algebra I II; Bookkeeping I; French I xi; Soccer 4 JEROME C. ALLEN 33 Waumbeck Street School: Dorchester High Annex Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Football Jerry hc tutijluilt STEVE G. BAKAS 182 Church Street School : Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Go into Business College: Boston University, Holy Cross Hobbies: Guitar, Fast Cars, Hard Rock Music, Stamp Collecting; Mid-Winter Dance Committee 4, Baseball 1; Track 4; Member of Greek Cathe¬ dral G.O.Y.A. PAUL E. ARAMS 14 Fottler Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High School Ambition: To be successful in whatever I do. College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Car Rebuilding, Hockey, Pool, Music Glee Club 4; Chess Club 4 JOSEPH A. BALICH Joe 434 Washington Street School: Oliver W. Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Dentist College: Stonehill College Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Sports, Accordion Modern History 3; Typewriting 3; Visual Percep¬ tion 3; Yearbook Staff Asst. Activities Editor 4; National Honor Society 3- 4; Numismatic Club 4; Assembly Committee 4; Track (Indoor and Out¬ door 4;) Young People’s Association, Frank Gaviani Accordion Studio. DAVID P. ARMSTRONG Dave 55 St. Germain Street School: Prince School Ambition: To Become a Draftsman College: Northeastern Univeristy or Wentworth Hobbies: Football, Swimming, Basketball RICHARD C. BANKS 20 Queensberry Street School: Prince Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports ROBERT P. BADAVAS Bob 11 Camelot Court School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Accountant; C.P.A. College: Bentley College Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Basketball History 2, 3; Biology 2; Bookkeeping 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Coin Club 3, 4; N.H.S. 4; Patrol 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Room Councillor 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4 ROBERT A. BARRY 17 Saint Rose Street School: St. Thomas Aquinas High Ambition: To Become a Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Pool, Ice Skating Physical Science 3; Track 2 Rich HERBERT C. BEATTY Herbie Beatty Baby 42 East Springfield Street School : Dearborn School Ambition : To be Successful in Life College : Boston University Hobbies : Music, Football, Basketball Yearbook 4; Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 1, 2; Drum and Bugle 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Play intramural football at B.U. and was leading scorer with 73 points in 1969- JOHN J. BISHOP 3 Metcalf Court School: St. Thomas Aquinas Ambition : Physical Education Teacher College : Springfield Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Scuba Club 3; Ski Club 4; Room Councilor 4; Class Office Secretary - Treas¬ urer 4; Football 1, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co- Captain); Prom Committee 4 RICHARD A. BENNETT Dick 54 Manthorne Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Business Manager (Accounting) College: Computer Programming Institute Hobbies: Skating, Work Bookkeeping 1, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Office Aid 3, 4 ALFONSO BLADES Little Gangster 1 Folsom Avenue School: Dearborn Ambition: To be Known in Business College: LTniversity of Massachusetts Hobbies: Football, Having a Good Time; Bookkeep¬ ing 2, 3; Fidelty Prize 3: Room Councilor 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Drum and Bugle 1; Outside Basketball WILLIAM R. BENSON Bill 23 Matchett Street School: O. L. Presentation Ambition: National Guard College: Newton Junior College Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball CLAYTON D. BOHANNON 36 Slayton Way School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Artist College: Dartmouth Hobbies: Drawing, Photography, Music Glee Club 4 VILNIS J. BERZINS Vinny 11 Parley Vale School: Boston Latin College: Boston University Hobbies: Guitar, Music, Skiing History 2; Newsletter Club 4 (EIu lEngltfify l$2l if § rf 00I ALLEN BROWN AI 1106 Harrison Avenue School : Dearborn Ambitiorr. Businessman College : Boston University Hobbies : Basketball, Pool Military Comm. 1, 2, 3, ROBERT R. BOURNE Bob 26 Dalrymple School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Accountant FBLA Club 3 College: Northeastern University GERALD J. BROWN Jerry 29 Wellington Street School: Prince Ambition: To be a Technician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Playing the Piano, Organ, Dancing and Parties Military Comm. 2, 3, 4 NEAL E. BRAVERMAN Kid 110 West Selden Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: To Teach Mentally Retarded Children College: Undecided Hobbies: Guitar Playing, Composing and Writing Music and Poetry; Operation Kindness Award 3; Yearbook Staff 4 (Editor); Literary Society 3; Creative Writing Club 3; Discussion Club 4; Ski Club 4; Room Councilor 4; Student Council Of¬ ficer 4; Campaign Manager for Class Officer 3; Editor 82nd English-Labn Football Program 4; U.N. Trip 2: Eastern Mass Student Council Con¬ ference 4; Cheerleader EHS-BLS Game 4; Black History Course 4; Senior High Red Cross Repre¬ sentative JOSEPH BROWN 514 Massachusetts Avenue KEITH W. BROOKS Mushroom 11 Oak Street School: Clarence R. Edwards J.H.S. Ambition: Make It Big in Business Hobbies: Basketball Ski Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Basket¬ ball 2, 3 RICHARD E. BUSHEE Rich 38 Hillside Street School: Maurice J. Tobin School Ambition: English Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Boating, Water Skiing, Chess Civics 1; D.E. 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Room Councilor 2, 4; Class Office Executive Committee 4; Key Cage 2, 3, 4 iarn KENNETH R. CAPONE Ken 168 Endicott Street School: Michealangelo Jr. High Ambition: Pharmacist College: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Hobbies: Sports, Coin Collecting, Stamp Collecting Honor Roll 3; N.H.S. 4; Professional Club 4; Drama Club 4; Biology Club 2; Intramural Basket¬ ball 2, 3 RALPH W. CARTER 599 Columbus Avenue School: Prince School Ambition: Designer Hobbies: Singing, Also Designing Cloth Fashion Fidelity Prize 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 MARTIN J. CARNEY Marty 22 Edgemont Street School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: Athletic Director College: Arizona State College Prom Committee 4; Mid-Winter Dance 4; Drama Club 1; Office Aid 2, 3; Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, Manager; C.Y.O. - C.Y.L. DANIEL F. CASEY 38 Paul Gore Street LEONCIO A. CARRASCO Leon 67 Idaho Street School: Day School for Immigrants Ambition: Chemical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cartoonist, Swimming, Archer, Skiing French 3; Alegbra 3; Typing 3; Lawrence Prize French 3; Typing 3; Yearbook Staff 4; N.H.S. 4; Ski Club 4; Library Corps 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 2; Prom Committee 4; Tutor 4 PAUL R. CASEY Case 197 Hamilton Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be Successful College: Salem State Hobbies: Bowling, Hockey FREDERICK E. CARREIRO Fred 11 Camelot Court School: T. A. Edisqn Jr. High Ambition: Dentist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Photography, Coins, Golf Fidelity Prize 2; Vice-President Coin Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Room Councilor 2, 3; Track 2, 4; Tennis 2; Intra¬ mural Basketball 3 SIj? lEngltfilj XBZl Ijujfy §ri|00l STEPHEN CHAN 4A Milford Street School: Day School Ambition: Electronic Engineer College : Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Judo, Soccer, Basketball RICHARD F. CASILLI Rico 42 Ainsworth School: Boston Latin Ambition: Marine Biologist College: University of Miami Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, Fishing, Hard Rock Music Victory Club Bis. 1968; Baseball Varsity 3, 4; Hockey Varsity 3, 4; C.Y.O. Hockey; Member of New England C.Y.O. Champion Baseball Team 3 KENNETH E. CHANDLER 23 Washington Street School: Jefferson High, Brooklyn, N.Y. Ambition: Biologist College: Boston University, Northeastern University, Boston College Hobbies: Soccer, Cycling, Art, Music, Photography Soccer 2; Prom Committee 4; Yearbook Staff Con¬ tributor 4 JOHN J. CATANIA, JR. Johnny 54A West Eagle Street School: Sacred Heart School Ambition: I.B.M. Computer Programming College: Computer Institute of Technology Hobbies: Cars, Hockey, Baseball Bookkeeping 1, 2; Lawrence Prize English 1; Li¬ brary Corps 3, 4; Military Comm. 2, 3; Track 1, 2 RICHARD W. CHELLMAN Rich 77 Montview Street School: Newman High School. Ambition: History Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sailing, Basketball Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 3; Glee Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Professional Club 4; Basketball 2; Crew 3, 4; Boxing Intramural Football, Basket¬ ball, Baseball 1, 2 KAI YIN CHAN 32C Paul Place ARTHUR G. CHIN 58 Carver Street School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Computer Programmer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Bowling, Basketball Gym 1, 2, 3; Biology 2; History 1; Personal Typ¬ ing 2; Lawrence Prize Personal Typing 2 tarn HENRY S. CHIN 296 Shawmut Avenue School : Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Teacher Track 2, 3 STEPHEN E. CLARK 44 Beechland Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Success in Life As I See It. College: Boston College Hobbies: Pool, Baseball, Track Baseball 2; Track 2 Steve JOSEPH L. CHIN " Little Monster” 30 Milford Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Auto Mechanic College: Franklin Institute, Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Fishing, Soccer, Chess, Swimming, Hunting Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Soccer 3, 4; Junior Achievement DAVID I. COHEN Dave or " K O” 32 Leston Street School: Boston Technical High Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston College Hobbies: Fishing, Swimming, Baseball, Tennis Yearbook Staff 4; Sec. of Science Club 2; Glee Club 4; Patrol 2; Office Aid 3; Baseball 4; Track 2; Prom Committee 4; National Honor Society 4; Ski Club 4 WAYNE J. CHIN Wayne 22 Comm. Terrace School: Boston Latin Ambition: Businessman College: Northeastern University Typing 2; ' Chess Club (B.L.S.); Military Comm. Drill Team 2, 3; Y.M.C.A. Athletic Clubs; Mass. Trade Automotive School PAUL S. COHEN Tiny 26 Hatherly Road School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Social Worker College: Duke Hobbies: Sports Student Council 2, 3, 4; Corridor Patrol 3 Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Coun¬ cilor 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2; B.N. B.A. J.C C.; Cafeteria Help 2 ALOIS A. CIEPLIK 258 East Cottage Street School: William E. Russell School Ambition: Electronic Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Swimming, Pool, Tennis Algebra 2, 3; German 2, 3; Room Councilor 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4 EtujliBlj IBZl Bjiijfj Srliool iarn EDWARD N. CONWAY Ed 45 Ellison Avenue School : Boston Latin School Ambition: Math Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Reading M2; PS; M3 A; PSSC; DE Lawrence Prize M3 A, 3; PSSC 3; Math Team 3; National Honor Society 4; Lab Assistant 3, 4. WILLIAM F. COLE Bill 40 Washington Street School: St. Mary’s Grammar School Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Photography, Coin Collecting Yearbook 4; Drill Team 2; Baseball; Basketball; Football; Gold Awards in Photography 2, 3, 4; CYO 4; Drum and Bugle 2 AUGUSTA COOKS Gus or Cookie 49 Yeoman Street School: Dearborn Ambition: Business Manager College: Grahm Junior Hobbies: Martial Arts, Records, High Fidelity HERMAN A. COLSON Leslie 14 Copeland Street School: St. Joseph’s Ambition: Interior Decorator College: Massachusetts College of Art Hobbies: Singing, Dancing, Art, Basketball, Reading Art 2; Yearbook 4; Social Club 4; Glee Club 2 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Room Councilor 4; Track 3; Soccer 3; All City Glee Club 3, 4; Student Council 4 JOSEPH T. COYLE Rod Coyle 80 Wood Ruff Way School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: Sheet Metal Worker Hobbies: Water Skiing Room Councilor 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Crew 1 DENNIS B CONROY " D” 336 Hyde Park Avenue School: Francis Parkman School Ambition: Social Studies Teacher College: Yale University Hobbies: Sports, Music, Drawing Civics 1; English 2; History 3; Physical Education 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Art Team 4; Discussion Club 4; Professional Club 4; Room Councilor 1; Base¬ ball 4; Track 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 3; (Cap¬ tain) 4; B.N.B.A. Basketball; C.Y.O. Baseball and Basketball FRANCIS R. CROTEAU Bob 10 Wyman Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: Military Career Hobbies: Motorcycles, Rock and Roll Groups Room Councilor 1, 3; Military Comm. 2; Track 2; Junior Achievement 3, 4 EDWARD A. CROWDER Allen 119 Howland Street School : James P. Timilty Ambitiorr. To be a Man of Knowledge, Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Coin Collection, Stamp Collection, Fish Collection Honor Roll 1, 2; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Record Staff Reporter 4; Prom Committee 4; Room Councilor 4; Basketball; Homeroom 3, 4 RICHARD J. DALY Dick 11 Charlemont Street School: St. Brendan’s Ambition: Telephone Company Hobbies: Swimming, Drumming, Electricity Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aid 1; Room Councilor 2, 3; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; C.Y.O. WILLIAM J. CROWLEY " Big Bad Bill from Bunker Hill” 10 Prospect Street School: Saint Catherine’s Ambition: Sportcaster or Computer Programming College: Grahm Junior College Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Eating Lunch Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 1, 2; Track 4 (Manager) EMMETT D. DASHIELL, JR. Dash 56 Clifford Street School: James M. Bennett Sr. Ambition: Teacher of Psychology College: Boston College Hobbies: Bowling, Billiards, Football, Baseball Lawrence Prize Fidelity and Deportment 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Office Aid 3; Room Councilor 3; Baseball TV 3; Football Varsity 3. KEVIN J. CURLEY Moose 18 Gladeside Avenue School: Don Bosco Tech, Ambition: Enjoy Life As It Comes College: Ohio State University Hobbies: Sports Ski Club 4; Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Hockey 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Crew 3, 4 SIDNEY L. DAVIS JR. Sammy 234 Callender Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition: Medicine College: Tufts University Hobbies: Music, Basketball Discussion Club 4; Glee Club 4; Ski Club 4; Pro¬ fessional Club 4; Band 2; Orchestra 2; Military Comm. 3, 4; Track 2; All City Band and Orches¬ tra 2; Junior Achievement MICHAEL X. DACEY Dace 25 Range Road School: South Boston High School Ambition: Make Money College: Joining Service Room Athletic Councilor 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3 tFljr tunliali 1321 TERRY J. DEVEAU 27 Windermere Road School : Grover Cleveland Ambition: Teacher College : Boston State College Hobbies ' . Music, Reading, Sports Yearbook Staff 2, 3; English-Latin Football Pro¬ gram 3 WILLIAM J. DAVIS Bill 154 Temple Street School ' . St. Thomas Aquinas Ambition-. Marketing Major College-. Boston College Hobbies: Sports, Motorcycles Office Aid 3, 4 EDWARD M. DEVER Eddy 63 Church Street School ' . Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition ' .. Go on to College College: Boston State PETER DAY 15 Griggs Place School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Manager in a Corporation College: Northeastern University, or University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Going to Parties Spanish 2; Bkp. 2; Gen. Business 1; Phys. Ed. 3, A. History 1, Business Law; Lawrence Prize Gen¬ eral Business 1, Fidelity Prize 2 KENNETH F. DEVIN Ken 135 Glenellen Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Automobile Technician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Auto Mechanics ANTHONY J. DEL FRAINO, III Tony Flash 259 Westville Street School: Jamaica Plain High School College: Undecided Hobbies: Drums, Psychadelic Music, Jazz, Blues, Football, Baseball Track 1 (At Jamaica Plain High) ANTHONY M. DiBENNEDETTO Tony 12 Foster Street School: Christopher Columbus H. S. Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State Hobbies: Racing Cars Physical Education 3, 4 RALPH M. DiMATTEO 100 Hyde Park Avenue School ' . Cathedral High Ambition: Businessman College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hockey, Swimming, Skin Diving RICHARD P. DOHERTY 15 Rexhame Street School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: To Succeed in Life College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Pool JOSEPH J. DiMICHELE " Joe D " 3 Snowhill Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Undecided College: Undecided Hobbies: All Sports ROBERT P. DONAHUE 40 Woodgate Street School: Catholic Memorial Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing Room Athletic Councilor 2 ARTHUR R. DINON 624 LaGrange Street School: Robert Gould Shaw Jr. High Spanish 1, 4; Lawrence Prize Spanish 1, 4; Office Aid 2, 3 PAUL J. DONELAN 58 Fairmount Street School: Catholic Memorial College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Skiing, Motorcycles Yearbook Staff 4; Patrol 4; Track 1 HERBERT L. DIXON Herb 19 Brandon Avenue School: William E. Russell Ambition: Accountant College: A Business School Hobbies: Basketball, Bowling, Dancing, Roller Skating Lawrence Prize Steno - Type 1 (Eh? lEttgltBl] Rick Don XBZ] Sftgli Srijmil THOMAS C. DOUGLASS 14 Wayburn Road School : Francis Parkman Ambitiorr. Physical Education Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports, Music Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 GERALD DONOVAN Jay 22 Eden Street Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: Springfield or University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hockey, Basketball, Football, Swimming Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Office Aid 2; Room Athletic Councilor 1; Hockey 1 Doug GEORGE K. DOWNING 406 Centre Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To Live a Happy Life College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Music Room Councilor 1 ROBERT J. DONOVAN 275 Itasca Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University THOMAS P. DOYLE Tommy 52 Jeffries Street School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition: Coaching or Teaching Physical Education College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Skiing, Golf, Baseball, Football, Hockey Civics; Business Law; Ski Club 4; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 1 PAUL F. DOUCETTE 9 Mayfield Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: -Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Radio, Electronics Health; Ancient History; Elc; Dev. Eng. 2; Law¬ rence Prize Spanish 2, 2; Radio Club 3; Rocket Society 4 MARK A. DREWS 36 Beecher Street School: Mary E. Curley Jr. High Ambition: Business Administrator College: Bentley Hobbies: Sports, Cars Glee Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Library Corps 4; Basketball Intramural 4; JP Barons Park League Football Champs DAVID R. DRISCOLL Dizzy 1826 Hyde Park Avenue School: St. Anne ' s Ambition: To be a Success College: Princeton Hobbies: Sports Fidelity Prize 1; Glee Club 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4 CHARLES J. EAGAN Chuck 192 Neponset Avenue School: Saint Ann’s Ambition: Airline Pilot College: A School of Aviation Hobbies: Ice Skate, Model Planes Prom Committee 4; Bowling AJBC and ABC League, N.Y.C. C.Y.O. JAMES E. DRISCOLL J.D. 104 Highland Street School: Most Precious Blood Ambition: Civil Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hockey, Music, Swimming, All Sports Library Corps 4; Room Councilor 3 DONALD R. EAGAN Don 192 Neponset Avenue School: Saint Ann’s Ambition: Unknown College: Boston State Hobbies: Records, Bowling Math Club 3; Patrol 4; Office Aid 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2 PAUL F. DUFFY Duff 59 Elm Street School: St. Catherine’s Ambition: To be Successful College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Swimming, Tennis Room Councilor 2; Room Athletic Councilor 1; Swimming 4 GERALD W. ELLIS Jerry 101 Munroe Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Commercial Art College: Northeastern University, Boston University, University of Masschusetts Hobbies: Guitar, Basketball, Records, Drawing PATRICK J. DUNCAN Dune 121 Walford Way School: St. Catherine’s Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Office Aid 1; Room Councilor 1, 2; Room Athletic Councilor 1 English XB2 " Butchie” DOMENIC R. FARO 72 Gladstone Street School : St. Lazarus Ambition-. Computer Engineering, Own an Eldorado Hobbies : Car Repairs, " Selling Anything” Fidelity Prize 2 KEVIN M. FANDEL Professor 52 Lamartine Street School-. Blessed Sacrament Ambition-. To be a Certified Public Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Basketball, Pool, Bowling Bookkeeping 3; Business Law 3; Room Athletic Councilor 1 JAMES M.. FARRELL 16 Creighton Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: To Succeed in Life College: Quincy Junior College Hobbies: Sports, Swimming Room Councilor 4; Hockey 3, 4; Student Council 4; C.Y.O. Hockey. DAVID L. FARIA Dave 592 American Legion Highway School: St. Francis de Sales Ambition: Radio Communications College: Boston University School of Communications Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, Basketball, Cars, Music Bookkeeping 1; Room Councilor 1; Little League Director; Track 2 MICHAEL D. FAUNTLEROY Mike 67 Kingsdale Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: To be an Accomplished Mathematician College: Northeastern University, Brandeis University Hobbies: Checkers, Swimming, Clay Modeling, Album Collecting Fidelity Prize 3; Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Basketball Intramural 3, 4; Track 600 Yards 4; Helped Plan the Mid-Winter Dance; Attended Upward Bound EDWIN H. FARQUHAR Buzzy 125 Hillside Street School: Mission School Ambition: To be a Millionaire College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Fishing, Tight Rope Walking Room Athletic Councilor 1; Track 1, 2 RICHARD J. FEENEY Richie 433 Adams Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Court Stenographer College: Boston State Hobbies: Stamps, Sports XBZB I ALBERT E. FEETHAM ' Red” 8 Sargent Street School: Catholic Memorial H.S. Ambition: Undecided College: State College Hobbies: Billiards, Hunting, Art, Music Glee Club 1, 4 THOMAS G. FLAMMIO Tom 47 Buttonwood Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: TV or Radio - Audio Engineer College: Boston University Hobbies: Model Cars Racing, Guitar, Amateur Radio Club 3, 4; Rocket Society 4,; Ski Club 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; All-City Chorus 3, 4; J unior Achievement LOUIS J. FERRO Squeegie 26 Charter Street School: Michelangelo Jr. High Ambition: Civil Engineer College: LIniversity of Massachusetts Hobbies: Stickball, Football PETER C. FONG Pete 14 Edgerly Road Ambition: To Be a Success College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Pool, Music Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Junior Achievement 3, Basketball, Intramural (Captain) 3, 4; Basketball Manager LEO J. FETHERSTON Half-Moon 7 Arborcrest Terrace School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: To be Healthy, Wealthy and Wise College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Motorcycles, Surfing, Cars Yearbook Staff Asst. Editor 4; Ski Club 4; Room Councilor 3; C.Y.O. PETER J. FRADY " The Hawk” 25 Forest Hills Street School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: To be a Police Officer College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Football. Baseball, Hockey, Boxing Glee Club 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Boxing 2, 3. WALTER S. FLAHERTY Wally 19 Downer Avenue School: Grover Cleveland J.H.S. Ambition: State Policeman Hobbies: Photography, Ice Skating, Skiing Developmental English 3; Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Office Aid 4 iEngltfllj IBZl Joe § rijunl JOSEPH T. GALLAGHER Joe 137 Bunker Hill Street School: Clarence R. Edward, Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Brandeis L’niversity Hobbies: Swimming, Diving, Basketball Ancient History; Fidelity Prize 1, 2, 3; Patrol 2; Room Councilor 2, 3; President of Senior Class 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4 ANTHONY M. FRANCIS Frank 20 Chelsea Street School: Donald McKay Ambition: To be an Accountant College: Hartford Institute of Accounting Hobbies: Cars, Hot-Rod Clubs, Baseball, Swimming Drill Team 2, 3; Honor Guard 3; Intramural Basketball 4. STEPHEN H. GALLAGHER Steve 41 Greenbrier Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be Successful in Life College: Quincy Jr. College Hobbies: Hockey, Football Glee Club 4; Crew Team 3, 4 LOUIS FRONGILLO Louie 49 Everett Street School: St. Anthony School Ambition: Accountant College: Burdett College Hobbies: Bowling, Swimming Drama Club I, Newspaper 1 LAWRENCE A. GARNETT Larry 56 Round Hill Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Veterinarian College: Cornell University Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball Bl, HW, DE, E3C, HE, M3, HM, F4; Office Aid 3; Library Corps 3 ROBERT H. FURMAN Bob 24 Theodore Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley or Salem State Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, A.Z.A. JOHN G. GATULIS Jack 8 Silloway Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: To Succeed College: Boston State Room Councilor 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 4 ism LARSON C. GEE 10c Emerald Court School : Abraham Lincoln Amhitiorr. Business College : Long Island University Hobbies : Basketball, Boating, Football Italian 3; Glee Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Baseball 1 RICHARD J. GIANNASOLI Richie 22 Hull Street School-. Christopher Columbus Ambition-. Social Worker College-. Boston State, Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Photography Crew 3, 4 CHRISTOPHER J. GEOLDASIS Greek 38 Sudan Street School-. Prince School Ambition-. To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Swimming, Football, Baseball Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4 ROBERT E. GIBBONS Red 67 Horace Street School: St. Mary’s Elementary Ambition: Broker College: Undecided Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball, Boating Typing; Business Law; Student Council 4; Activi¬ ties Committee 4; Baseball 2, 3 ATHANASIOS GEORGOPOULOS 24 Paul Gore Street School: Teipolis High School Ambition: To Become an Engineer College: Any College GARY J. GILLESPIE Diz, Doc, John 325 East Eighth Street School: William E. Russeli Ambition: To Outlast Life College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Drums, Football Basketball 4 (Manager); Football 2 ERNEST V. GERVINO The Ape 6 Ashmont Street School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Football, Hockey, Sailing, Swimming, Bowling Personal Typing 3; Room Councilor 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Crew 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4 ®1je Ftujlhili 1821 8 rljoal WILLIAM S. GLAZER Billy 21 Flint Street School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To be a Success in Life College: Northeastern, or LIniversity of Massachusetts Hobbies: President (Youth Group), Louis Needel A.Z.A. Fidelity Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aid 3; Prom Committee, Chemistry Lab. Asst. 3, 4; Nurses Aid 3 JOHN J. GILLESPIE Jack 322 Hyde Park Avenue School: Mission Grammar School Atnbition: Computer Programmer College: Unknown at This Time Hobbies: Boating, Skating, Skiing, Baseball, Dancing, Driving, Hockey Patrol 4; Orchestra 1 HAROLD A. GRABERT Harry 13 Walden Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Airline Pilot College: Air Force Flight Training Hobbies: Cars, Football, Skiing Football 2, 3, 4 DARYL L. GIVNER 15 Alaska Street School: Lewis Jr. High College: Duke University, North Carolina State Hobbies: Drums, Basketball Yearbook Staff 2; Rocket Society 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1; Track 1, 2 LORENZO GRASSO 45 Lexington Street SchooY. Immigration School Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University French 1, 2; Md. 1, 2; Health Education 2 Office Aid 3 ALBERT M. GLASS A1 15 Franklin Hill Avenue School: Solomon Lewenburg Jr. High Ambition: History Professor College: Columbia University Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Hockey, Baseball, Swimming, Weight Lifting History; Football 2; Track - Cross Country 2; In¬ door Outdoor 2, 3 PETER J. GREALISH Pete 233 Westville Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Ancient History 1; Lawrence Prize Fidelity and Deportment 1; Professional Club 4; Track 3, Crew 3, 4 i aro MARK F. GRIFFIN Cactus 2 Puritan Avenue School: St. Peter’s Ambition: To be Successful in Life College: Salem State or Boston State Hobbies: Hockey, Bowling, Football Lawrence Prize Typing 2; Glee Club 1 RICHARD H. HANSEN Rick 133 Cottage Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Cars Italian 1, 3; Fidelity Prize 2; N.H.S. Club 4; Room Councilor 2, 3; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Base¬ ball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL J. GRIFFIN Griff 35 Old Morton Street School: St. Gregory’s Ambition: To Succeed Hobbies: Sports RICHARD E. HART Dick 65 Bunker Hill Street School: St. Catherine’s Ambition: Teacher, Professional Hockey College: Harvard Hobbies: Pool, (Coaching Hockey) Tennis, Golf Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Captain; Room Athletic Coun¬ cilor 4; Crew Member 3; Lab. Asst. 3, 4. PAUL A. GUARRACINO Paul 27 Southmere Road School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Glee Club 1 FRED W. HAWES 85 Day Street School: Maurice J. Tobin Ambition: To be a Minister Hobbies: Basketball, Football Room Councilor 1 GABRIEL G. GUREKIAN Gabe 45 Lanark Road School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To Become a Lawyer College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Karate, Tennis Ancient History, Biology; Room Athletic Coun¬ cilor 3 ®lir t£nalu;h 1021 Lance § ri}nnl LARRY C. HOBSON 29 Westmore Road School: Martin Luther King Ambition: Sociologist College : Boston College Hobbies ' . Having a Good Time Lawrence Prize Fidelity and Deportment; Fidelity Prize 2; Library Corps 3; Room Councilor 4; Class Office 4; Football 2, 3, 4, 2 Letters; Track 2, 3, Letter; Upward Bound Program KENNETH G. HAWKINS Ken 52 Church Street School : Grover Cleveland Ambition ' . To be Successful College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Painting, Basketball, Drafting, Pocket Billiards Office Aid 4; C.Y.O. Drum Bugle Corp.; First Parish Church Basketball (Asst. Coach); Our Savior’s Lutheran Basketball League; Glee Club 4 DAVID J. HOGAN Hogie 1024 South Street School: Boston College High College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, C.Y.O. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Golf 2; Newsletter 3 PAUL A. HIGGINS 17 Dix Street School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: Radio Announcer College: Boston University Hobbies: Motorcycle Riding WILLIAM E. HOLLEY 24 W. Walnut Park School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Data Processing College: Andover Institute Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football GERALD T. HINES 64 Moreland Street KENNETH N. HOOPER Kenny 75 Archdale Road School: Francis Parkman Ambition: Law Enforcement College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Basketball, Hockey, Bowling Yearbook Staff 4; Office Aid 4 1970 JAMES T. HOPKINS Jimmie 421 Massachusetts Avenue School: C. R. Edwards Ambition: To Become a Dancer College: Julliards School of Music Hobbies: Dancing, Fashion Designing Glee Club 4; Prom Committee 4; Social Com¬ mittee 4; Drama Club 3 EDWARD J. HUBBARD, JR. Eddie 16 Wyvern Street School: Francis Parkman School Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Baseball, Coin Collecting, Chess, Art, Hockey Visual Perception 3; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4, (Captain); Cafeteria Work 3, 4 GEORGE B. HOWARD Howie 56 Huban Court School: Maurice J. Tobin School Ambition: Architectural Structural Draftsman College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Fishing, Hockey, Photography Kindness Award 3; Photography Club 3, 4; Military Comm. Color Guard 2, 3, 4; Track Manager 2; Y.M.C.A. DAVID F. HUNTER " Day Day " 99 Blue Hill Avenue School: James P. Timilty Ambition: To Do Great Work for God College: Berkshire Christian College Hobbies: Music, Art Glee Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Track 2 MARK T. HOWE Sparky 130 Fisher Avenue School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To Survive College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Guitar Office Aid 3 PAUL G. HURLEY Hurl 5 Potosi Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition: English Teacher College: Salem State Hobbies: Sports C.Y.O. Baseball, Basketball Teams PATRICK F. HOWE Fitz and Gordie 66 Maple Street School: St. Mary’s H. S. Ambition: Computer Operator College: Boston College Hobbies: Hockey, Football, Water Skiing, Cars M2, M3, HM, GUl; Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 1; Office Aid 4; Library Corps 2; Room Councilor 3; V.P. Freshman Class; Military Comm. Naval Air Reserves; Baseball 1, 4; Football 1; Track 1; Crew 3, 4; C.Y.O.; Intramural Basket¬ ball 3 Ettgltslj 1B21 ifiglj Srijonl JEROME H. JAKES Jakes 1 Normandy Street School: P. T. Campbell Ambition: Join the Navy and Make It A Career Hobbies: Singing in Church Choirs Glee Club 4; Room Councilor 3; Military Comm. 3, 4, 1st Lt. WILLIAM R. JACKSON Randy 51 Goodale Road School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: Accountant School: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Room Athletic Councilor 4; Basketball 1; Track 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4 BOYD H. JENKINS, JR. Harold 19 Intervale Street School: William B. Roger Jr. High Ambition: Carpenter College: Wesleyan University Hobbies: Bowling, Football, Baseball Student of Northeastern Upward Bound; Junior Achievement, Member of Boston Police Depart¬ ment Explorer Post 1212; Room Athletic Councilor 4, Homeroom Athletic Councilor; Intramural Basketball Captain 4 ALAN F. JACOBSON A1 7 Corman Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: Dentist Hobbies: Guitar, Sports Latin 1, 3; Track 3 RONALD L. C. JOE 86 Academy Hill Road School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: Civil Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Coins, Math Office Aid 4 MARK R. JAGELSKI Ski 15 Chilton Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Automotive Mechanic College: Franklin Institute Hobbies: Guitar, Cars, Hunting Lawrence Prize 3; Fidelity Prize 3: Crew 3, 4; C.Y.O. ARTHUR L. JOHNSON Artie 15 Brandon Avenue School: William E. Russell Ambition: Accountant, Businessman, Broker College: Creighton University, University Miami, Temple Hobbies: Basketball, Football Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Room Athletic Councilor 1; Track 1; Coach Basketball Manager of Park League Football Team iarn vVt JOSEPH P. JONES 18 Joyce Kilmer Road School : St. Theresa’s Ambition-. Undecided College-. University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Collecting Records Track 1 EDWARD J. KEENAN, JR. T.H.E. Kid 16 Roslin Street School: Catholic Memorial Ambition-. Pro Baseball Player, Social Worker College-. Boston University Hobbies: Playing and Watching Sports V.P.; Baseball 4; Basketball 4, Manager; Track 4; C.Y.O. Baseball 3 Years WILLIAM J. JOYCE Bill 54 Forest Hills Street School-. St. Mary’s High Ambition-. Teach History College: Clark University (Worcester) Hobbies: Drawing, Art, Traveling, Reading Art; Track 2, 3; C.Y.O. Junior Achievement, Boston Globe Golden Key Award, Discussion Club 4 JOHN C. KEENAN Tut 16 Roslin Street School: Boston Tech Ambition: Physical Education Teacher College: University of Southern Florida Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Sports Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Prom Committee 4 RICHARD F. JULIANO Juli 124 Neponset Avenue School: St. Ann’s Ambition: To Study Music or to be Best in Anything I Attempt College: Undecided Hobbies: All Sports, Anything Pertaining to the Field of Music Bookkeeping; Lawrence Prize Fidelity Deport¬ ment; Fidelity Prize 1; Glee Club; Patrol 3; Office Aid 3; Track 1; Intramural Basketball THOMAS F. KELLEY Kel 228 LaGrange Street School: Catholic Memorial Ambition: To be Successful in Life College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Record Staff 3; Radio Club 4; Chess Club 2; Rocket Club 4; Glee Club 3; Room Councilor 4; Crew 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Student Council News¬ letter 3, Decoration Comm. 3, 4 MICHAEL KARWOWSKI Killer 15 Annapolis Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Aeroplane Technician College: East Coast Aero Tech Hobbies: Cars, Fishing 1B21 Jimbo ijujlj i d|O0l JAMES F. KENNEDY 15 Hendry Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition : To be a Successful Broadcaster Hobbies : Football, Hockey, Baseball JOHN E. KELLNER 172 Chiswick Road School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To Make a Million Dollars College : LTniversity of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball M2; Health 2; Band 2; Drum and Bugle 2; Track 4 JOHN C. KENNEY 155 East Cottage Street School: Boston Trade Ambition: To Make Lots of Money Hobbies: Horseback Riding, Pool, Billiards PAUL L. KELLY, JR. Kel 21 Hillview Avenue School: Cathedral Ambition: Businessman Hobbies: Records, Camping, Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Ski Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Prom Committee 4; Crew 4 DENNIS C. KENT Denny 70 Claymoss Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Commercial Artist College: Massachusetts College of Art Hobbies: Drawing, Printing, Reading Yearbook Staff 4, Artist; Record Staff 4, Artist; Art Team 4; Museum of Fine Art Scholarship Classes 3 Years THOMAS F. KELLY Tom 17 Saxton Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: To Be Successful College: Byrant and Stratton Hobbies: Drawing, Skating Yearbook 4; Office Aid 4; Room Athletic Coun¬ cilor 2; Baseball 2; Track 2; Glee Club JOHN S. KERRESSEY " Little” 49 Cranston Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Song Writer and Performer College: Boston State Hobbies: Playing Guitar, Writing Songs Lawrence Prize English 1, 3; Math Club 2, 4; Track 4 JAMES K. KERVIN Jim 24 Greymere Road School : Thomas A. Edison Football 3, 4; Hockey 2, 4 RICHARD P. LACIVITA 28 Corona Street School: St. Peter’s Ambition-. To be Rich and Successful Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball Yearbook Staff 4; Social Committee 4 Angel LAURENCE B. KESSLER Larry 22 Hallowell Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High Ambition: Sports Reporter - Writer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Model Making French 3, 4, BL Eng. 1, 2, Hw, M3, E3, He 2, 100 Grad School, Harvard Book Prize; Lawrence Prize 2; Fidelity Prize 3; Chess Club 3, 4; Office Aid 3; Room Councilor 3; Intramural Basketball 4 ROGER W. LAMZ 48 Topliff Street School: Grove r Cleveland Ambition: To Become a Millionaire College: Colorado University Hobbies: Movie, Cameras, Chess Chess Club 4 Rog ALFRED J. KILDUFF Tex 89 Lexington Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: Unknown JOHN E. LANGDON John 7 Cedar Park School: Boston Latin Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Lowell Tech. History 3; Fidelity Prize 3; N.H.S. Club 3, 4 PAUL G. KOHLER 58 Boylston Street School: Blessed Sacrament Grammar School Ambition: Teacher, Politics - Government College: Central Connecticut State College Hobbies: Sailing, Chess, Cards, Pool, Dancing, Sports Math 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Professional Club 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Prom Committee 4; Chairman of Mid-Winter Dance Committee 4; Newsletter 3 XBZl ifujli ri|0nl JIMMY S. LEE JOHN N. LARKIN 15 Hemenway Street School: Prince Ambition: Data Processing College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Swimming, Surfing, Water Skiing Crew 2 RONALD D. LEE Ron 35 Goethe Street Ambition: Engineer College: MIT. Hobbies: Cars, Sports M2, M3a, F2, F3, Vp, P; Lawrence Prize M2, E2, VP; Math Team 4; National Honor Society 4 MANCHI LAU 257 Shawmut Avenue School: All Saint’s School Ml, P.S., H.Ed., M3, P, F2; Lawrence Prize M3,; Mdr. 2 NICHOLAS LEFTERIOU Lefty 10 Inslington Street School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To Make It Where Others Didn’t College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Scuba Diving, Camping, Football, Art, Water Skiing V.P., Alg. 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Crew Team 3, 4; Office Aid 4; Track 2 GENE LEE Gino 35 Sydney Street School: Grover Cleveland J.H.S. Ambition: Linguist College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Collection of Newspapers, Collection of Records Honor 2; Lawrence Prize Spanish 3; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Office Aid 3, 4 MICHAEL T. LEMA Tony 43 Saxton Street School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: Be Myself College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Chess, Guitar, Coins, Records Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4 iarn JOHN C. LEUNG Jack 304 Shawmut Avenue School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Art Teacher College: Massachusetts College of Arts Hobbies: Swimming, Checkers Honor Roll 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Office Aid 2, 3, 4; Room Coun¬ cilor 2 THOMAS P. MacLEOD 240 Norfolk Street ALBION A. LOUD Albie 50 King Street School: Patrick F. Gavin Jr. High School Ambition: Businessman College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Football, Pool, Cards Physical Science 2; Lawrence Prize Advanced His¬ tory 3; Fidelity Prize 2; Ski Club 4; Room Coun¬ cilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 3, 4 ROBERT J. McCALL Bob 16 Sawyer Terrace School: William Howard Taft Ambition: Electronics Engineer, To be Successful College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Athletics, Music Health Education 2; Football 3, 4 THOMAS F. LYNCH Tom 61 Rockwell Street School: C. E. Mackey Ambition: Accountant College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Baseball, Coin Collecting Glee Club 4; Baseball 3 EUGENE L. McCarthy Geno 50 Metropolitan Avenue School: Sacred Heart Ambition: Marine Biologist College: Colgate University Hobbies: Golf, Crew, Scuba Diving, Hockey Yearbook Staff Sports Editor 4; Scuba Diving Club; Golf Club; Ski Club; Baseball 2; Hockey 3, 4; Crew Team 1, 2, 3, 4 PAUL R. MacDONALD Twinks 21 Royal Street School: Thomas A. Edison Ambition: To Get a College Education College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Spanish 1; Student Council; Patrol 1; Room Coun¬ cilor 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 1 01j t thuUml 182 r Bigl| §rl;ool tarn EDWARD W. McDonald III " Mac " 420 Summer Street School : Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition : To be a Good Guy and Get Ahead College : Bentley College Hobbies : Drums, Organ, Cars Bookkeeping 3, 4; English 1; Ski Club 4; Office Aid 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 2, 3; Chairman - Prom Committee 4 EDWARD J. McCORMICK Ed 83 Law ley Street School : William E. Russell Ambition-. Army Hobbies : Coin Collecting LAWRENCE T. McDONOUGH " 22 " 21 Meredith Street School : Boston Latin Ambition-. To Avoid the Draft! College-. Bowdoin Hobbies-. Sleeping, Sports Geom. 2; Md. Hist. 3; Alge. 3; Typing 3; Physics 3; Phy. Ed. 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Glee Club 4; Chess Club 4; Ski Club 4; Professional Club 4; Coin Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Baseball 4; Basket¬ ball 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Track 4; Golf 3, 4; Crew 4; (Sec.) Prom Committee, Lab Assistant, Math Team, Chess Team, English-Latin, Program Committee, CYO Baseball, CYO Basketball, Na¬ tional Honor Society, Honors 2, 3; Record Staff 4; N.H.S. Newletter Staff; Assembly Decorating Committee PAUL E. McDERMOTT ' Mac’ 28 Easton Street School-. William Howard Taft Ambition-. To be a Success College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Sports Room Councilor 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 WALTER L. McDOWELL Walt 202 Harold Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition : Professional Musician College: Boston University Hobbies: Reading, Music, Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Room Coun¬ cilor 3; Military Comm. 3, 4; Track 2 WILLIAM T. McDERMOTT Mack 79 Kenwood Street School: St. Mark’s Ambition: Teacher College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports ROBERT W. McELDOWNEY Mac 63 Gould Street School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Airline Mechanic College: East Coast Aero Tech Hobbies: Cars, Sports, Pool Baseball 2; Track 2; Golf 3, 4; Intramural Basket¬ ball 3; CYO STEPHEN G. McFARLAND Spankey 107 St. Rose Street School ' . Washington Irving Ambition ' . Electrician, United States Marine Corps College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Cars, Racing, Hunting Fidelity Prize 4; Yearbook Staff 4 EDWARD J. McLEOD 24 Farrar Avenue School: Francis Parkman Ambition: Navy Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, Water Skiing Eddie ROBERT M. McGEE Juicer 25 Wren Street School: Boston Latin School College: University of Massachusetts Newsletter 3 MICHAEL J. McMASTER 34 Medford Street School: Clarence R. Edwards Ambition: Water Safety Instructor Hobbies: Swimming Swimming 2 Mike EDMOND P. McGONAGLE, JR. Eddie 35 Chestnut Avenue School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Accountant College: Suffolk University Hobbies: Sports DENNIS L. McNALLY 12 Metcalf Court School: St. Thomas Aquinas College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Red MICHAEL K. McKENNA Mike 19 Waterloo Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Social Worker Hobbies: CYO Basketball, YMCA Leader Biology 2; Health 2; Lawrence Prize Biology 2; Health 2; Biology Club 2; Baseball 4 31jr tinjlu ' .l 1021 Bobby ROBERT W. MASON, JR. 48 Crestwood Park School-. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: To be a Success in Any and Everything I Do College: Princeton University or University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Music, Dance, Sports , Social Functions Fidelity Prize 3; Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Band 2; Track 2; Speed Skating 1, 2, 3, 4 PHILIP C. MAGRI Phil 4 Souther Road School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To be a Success College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Room Councilor 3; V.F.W. Basketball; C.Y.O. Baseball; Ashmont Jrs. Hockey (Manager) ANTHONY M. MATARAZZO Razzo 488 Commercial Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Manager College: Andover Institute Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Pool, Softball, Cards LOUIS A. MANNI, JR. 64 Prince Street School: Christopher Columbus High Ambition: Undecided College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Bowling, Ping Pong, Hockey, Basketball Crew Team 4 ROBERT F. MICELI Moose 19 Bucknam Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: State Policeman or Boston Policeman College: Northeastern University or Boston State Hobbies: Football, Baseball, Track, Dragging Cars, Trumpet Glee Club 4; Room Councilor 3; Band 2; Baseball 2; Track 3 STEVEN J. MARINO Steve 45 Faywood Avenue School: Boston Latin School A m bition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies. Bowling, Ping Pong Adv. M2; Alternate for Boys State Convention 2; National Honor Society 1; Defense Stamp Salesman 2; M.I.T. Summer Studies 2 FRANK J. MIRANDA Frankie 127 Magnolia Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Jr. High College: Harvard Medical School Hobbies: Basketball Glee Club 4; Student Council 4; Room Athletic Councilor 4; Military Comm: 1st Lt. 3, 4; Track 4 urn Dick RICHARD P. MOORE 38 Concord Square School: Charles E. Mackey School Ambition: Work in Some Field of Science, Get Married, and Keep Running Track College: Merrimack College Hobbies: Skiing, Karate, Astronomy Civics Ed. 1; Health Ed. 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councilor 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 - Co- ' Captain; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Captain; Cambridge Sports Union; Gonis Karate School YMCA; Member Museum of Science PETER A. MORRISSEY Weasal 73 Bigelow Street School: St. Columbkille Ambition: To be a Lawyer and a Success to Myself College: Harvard Hobbies: Golf, Chess, Tennis Room Councilor 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Golf 3, 4 STEPHEN C. MOORE Steve 17 Bonad Road School: Robert Gould Shaw Ambition: Teacher or Doctor College: Boston State, Stonehill or University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Church Youth Group, Guitar, Swimming, Hunting Art Team 2; Basketball 1; Track 1 PETER J. MOSCA 219 Bennington Street School: Sacred Heart Hobbies: Sports Office Aid 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ERROL W. MORRISON 565 Massachusetts Avenue School: William H. Taft Jr. High Ambition: Make Something of Myself College: Bowdoin College Hobbies: Sports and Science Fiction Stories Ancient History 1; Spanish 2; Fidelity Prize 1; Room Athletic Councilor 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Key Cage 4 DICKY K. MOY 22 Deering Road College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Dances KENNETH W. MORRISON Wayne 23 Mt. Vernon Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Teaching College: Boston State College Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Pool, Skating, Skiing Ski Club 4 SIu lEtujltsl: Frank Sfiglj §rluntl FRANCIS J. O BRIEN 12 Epping Street School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition : To Succeed in the Field of Computer Programming College: Grahm Junior College Hobbies: Motorcycles Fideuty Prize 2; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Base¬ ball 1; Cross Country 2; Shot Put 2, 3, 4; Crew Team 2, 3, 4; Member — St. Matthew’s C.Y.O. RAYMOND S. C. MOY Ray or Chan Ambition: Engineer College: Lowell Technological Institute Hobbies: Drums, Music, Play Instruments, Photography Ml-1; Mdr. 2; Room Councilor 2; Music 2 ROBERT F. O ' BRIEN Flash 72 Theodore Parker Road School: Boston Latin Ambition: To be a Certified Public Accountant College: Stonehill Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball Math; Crew Team 3 PETER N. NICHOLS Pete 14 Hazelmere Road School: Robert G. Shaw Ambition: Businessman Hobbies: Cars, Water Skiing JOSEPH A. OLIVIER Joe 21 Lee Street School: Holy Trinity School Ambition: Military Service Hobbies: Baseball, Football, Basketball JOSEPH F. NICHOLSON Skip 69 Paul Gore Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Biological Research College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Guitar Ancient History, Latin 1; General Sciences; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Office Aid 2, 3; Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 1, 2; Honor Roll 1 DOUGLAS B. OSIER Sonny 345 Centre Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: Computer Programmer College: Andover Institute of Business Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Football, Pool, Bowl¬ ing, Roller Skating, Skiing Phy. Ed. 1, 2; Bkp. 1; English 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Ski Club 4; Room Athletic Councilor 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 1 mn DANIEL J. O ' SULLIVAN Sully 300 Savin Hill Avenue School: Grover Cleveland Ambition: To be Successful College: Ohio State Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Motorcycles Crew Team 4; Room Councilor 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4 MICHAEL A. PAPAS Mike 147 Beech Street School: Robert G. Shaw Jr. High Ambition: Electrical Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: My Stereo Health; National Honor Society 4; Guidance As¬ sistant 4; Football 3; Track 2; Jr. Greek Orthodox Youth of America — President CHARLES F. OWENS Coffee 83 Fowler Street School: Lewis Jr. High Ambition: Undecided College: Brandeis Hobbies: All Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Track 4 HARRY P PATOULIDIS 108 Union Park Street School: School in Greece Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Soccer, Swimming, Cars Soccer 4 ANTHONY D. PAIGE Tony 12 Goodale Road School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Nuclear Physicist College: M.I.T. Hobbies: Chess, Pocket Billiards, Karate, Coins, Entomology Civic Ed. 1, Health Education; Coin Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Office Aid 4; Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Football 4; Intramural Basketball 3 STEPHEN G. PELLEGRINO 15 Ridgewood Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be Successful in Art Musa College: Housatonic Community College, Conn. Hobbies: Art, Music Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Art Team; Ofrae Aid 4; Room Councilor 3; Museum Scholarship Classes 3, 4; High School Tour Guide for Dedi¬ cation of New City Hall SYMEON S. PAPADOPOULOS 58 Dwight Street School: Petroupolis High School, Greece Ambition: Chemical Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Soccer, Stamp Collecting Soccer 3, 4; G.O.Y.A.; Boston Royals S.C. ft cHtp izmjluiJi Stretch l0$lf 8 rl|nnl EDWARD M. PHELAN 11 Alicia Road School : St. Gregory’s Grammar School Ambition-. To be Successful College: Northeastern University Scuba Club 3 WILLIAM S. PERCH, JR. Fish 114 Dakota Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Chemist College: Boston State College Hobbies: All Sports and Games Discussion Club 4; Track 2; Soccer 4; Coin Club 4; Chess Club 4 GERALD R. PHINNEY Jerry 9 Bynner Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: To Be Successful in the Business World College: Undecided Hobbies: Automobiles Glee Club 1, 2 JOSEPH R. PETRINGA Joe 145 Endicott Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Electrician College: Undecided Hobbies: Hockey, Bowling, Baseball FRANK J. PIZZARELLA Pizza 460 Hanover Street School: Michelangelo Jr. High Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley Hobbies: Hunting Fishing, Camping, Auto Mechanic LAWRENCE V. PETRONI Butch 70 Torrey Street School: Woodrow Wilson Ambition: To Become Famous Hobbies: Chess, Sports, Records, Pocket Billiards, Cars Fidelity Prize 3; Swimming 2, 3, 4 DAVID L. POLATIN Stretch 1933 Commonwealth Avenue School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Law College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Track Fidelity Prize 2; Room Councilor 2; Track 3 10m - LIVIO D. POLES Papa Livio 35 Round Hill Street School : Mary E. Curley Ambitiorr. Electronic Engineer Co llege-. Northeastern University Hobbies: Electronics, Model Planes, Music Biology 2; Health 2; Italian 3; Geometry 3; Phys. 3; Lawrence Prize 3; Radio Amateur Club 3; Science Fair 1st Prize Lab Assistant 3; Science Fair 2nd Prize 3 ROBERT P. PUPI Bob 61 Cleveland Street School: Most Precious Blood Ambition: Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Photography Math 1, 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 1, 2; Office Aid 2, 3, 4 FRANK J. PR ALL Paco 28 Greenbrier Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High School Hobbies: Sailing, Fishing, Hockey MICHAEL A. RABBITT Rab 67 Tacoma Street School: Washington Irving School Ambition: Insurance Investigator College: Bryant Stratton Hobbies: Skiing, Skating Glee Club 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Drum and Bugle 2; Military Comm. 3, 4 THEODORE PRIMPAS Ted 63 Hiawatha Road School: D. S. I. Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Soccer, Hockey, Baseball Soccer 3, 4 WILLIAM L. RABBITT Bill 67 Tacoma Street School: Washington Irving School Ambition: Oceanographer College: Woodshole Institute of Oceanography Hobbies: Stamps, Coins, Basketball, Etc. Coin Club 4 JAMES C. PRITCHARD, JR. Jim 25 Sargent Street School: Campbell Jr. High Ambition: Photographer College: New York Institute of Photography Hobbies: Basketball, Photography Yearbook Staff 4; Record Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Office Aid 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; As¬ sembly Committee 4; Social Committee 4; St. Paul’s CYO Basketball Team Bob Srijanl ROBERT F. REGAN 64 Dalessio Court School: William E. Russell Ambition : To Become Successful in the Business World As an Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Hockey, Football, Skiing JAMES M. RAGO Jimi 26 Margaret Street School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: Accountant College: Burdett Junior College Hobbies: Skating, Football, Baseball, Horseback Riding Football 2, 3 EDDY REGNIER 90 Magnolia Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Commercial Artist College: Massachusetts Art Hobbies: Art, Basketball, Music Class Office 4; Track 4 GARY J. RAZZINO Razz 71 George Street School: St. Patrick’s Ambition: Musician College: Boston Conservatory of Music Hobbies: CYO Baseball, Hockey, Basketball Glee Club 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 ANTHONY J. RENNA 60 Prince Street School: St. Anthony’s Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Basketball, Bowling, Golf Yeafbook Staff 4; Discussion Club 4; Professional Club 4; Basketball Intramural 3; Room Councilor 3, 4; Crew 3, 4; Student Government Day 3 JOHN R. REDMOND Jack 17C Castle Court School: Cathedral Ambition: Artist College: Museum Art College Hobbies: Painting, Dancing Lawrence Prize 2; Track 2, 4 MICHAEL A. REPPUCCI Mike 15 Cleveland Place School: Braintree High School Ambition: To Succeed Hobbies: All Sports A 1370 Rez RICHARD M. REZNfCK 5 Courtney Road School: The Huntington School College: Boston University Hobbies: Baseball, Skiing Ski Club 4, Vice President utye lEngltsl MOISE I. RODITI Moise 21 Theodore Street School: College de la Liberte Ambition: Engineer College: Wentworth Hobbies: Soccer, Basketball Math 1; Basketball 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4 JOHN V. RINALDI Rini 92 Webster Street School: Our Lady of the Assumption Ambition: Math Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Skating, Football, Hockey, Drawing Free Hand Drawing 3; Ancient History 1, French 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Room Councilor 1; Athletic Councilor 1; Football 1; Boxing 2 Years JOHN J. ROMAN Johnny 264 Mt. Vernon Street School: William E. Russell Ambition: Politics College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Basketball, Football Room Councilor 4 ALVIN R. ROBINSON Big A1 50 Bickford Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: Go onto College Hobbies: Basketball Room Athletic Councilor 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4 FRANK G. ROMANO 404 Commercial Street School: Michaelangelo Ambition: I.B.M. Technician College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Autos, Boating, Skiing Yearbook Staff 4 DONALD M. ROBINSON Moose 610 Columbus Avenue School: Abraham Lincoln school Ambition: Businessman, Physical Education College: Boston State or Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Crossword Puzzles, Basketball, Baseball Basketball 2, 3; Football 3, 4 Hoss 1B21 ELEE SALAME S rl|O0l 19 Ward Street School : Solomon Lewenberg Ambition: To Get a Job I Like Hobbies: Sports, Cars RONALD V. ROSS Ron 64 Whiting Street School: Patrick T. Campbell Ambition: Computer, Technology, Programmer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Tennis Glee Club 3, 4; RICHARD J. SALERNO 2 Baldwin Place School: Christopher Columbus High School Ambition: Undecided College: Massachusetts Bay Community College Hobbies: Basketball, Bowling Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councilor 3; Crew 3, 4 KENNETH D. ROTHMAN Kenny 6 Lane Park School: Edison Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball Health 2; History 2; French 2; Visual Perception 3; Dev. Eng. 3; Fidelity Prize 3; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 4; Office Aid 4; Newletter 4 DAVID R. SAMMS Junkie 14 Johnston Road School: Patrick T. Campbell Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful in All Aspects Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Photography, Cars Glee Club 4; Military Comm. 3, 4 Captain (color guard); Track 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM RYAN 155 Massachusetts Avenue JOSE N. SANTOS-SILVA 638 Shawmut Avenue School: Day School of Immigrants Ambition: To be a Mechanical Engineer College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Swimming, Soccer, T rack Soccer 4 ia?n RICHARD H. SARNO Richie 22 Cranston Street School : Blessed Sacrament Ambition-. Get into a College College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports Math Team 4; Office Aid 1 JON B. SCEVIOUR 44 Stanley Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Basketball, Reading Chesr Club 4; Drama Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Newsletter 4 RONALD R. SAVERSE Road Runner 86 Elmer Road School: Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition: Air Craft Mechanic College: Air Force Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Stamp Collecting,. Sports, Drawing, Painting Glee Club 1, 4; Track Co-Captain of Indoor 4; Cross Country 2; Indoor 2, 3, 4; Outdoor 2, 3, 4 CYO EDWIN J. SHANAHAN Sham 127 St. Andrew Road School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Politics, Government Work College: Southern Connecticut State Hobbies: Sporfs, Dancing Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Class Office Vice President 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Tri Captain); Track 2, 3; Prom Committee 4 RONALD J. SAVICKE Ronnie 318 E Street School: Patrick F. Gavin Ambition: Aeronautical Technician College: East Coast Aero Tech. Hobbies: Sports, Art, Camping, Traveling Radio Club 2; Room Councilor 2; Room Athletic Councilor l JOHN G. SHANNON Jack 127 Milton Street School: St. Brendan ' s Ambition: Finance Major College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Cars Biology 2; Band 1; Boxing One Year GEORGE A. SCALA 13 Gay Head Street School: Blessed Sacrament Ambition: A Success Hobbies: Motorcycles, Sports ft SI}? iEtujlisl] Wally iftglj § rlj00l WALTER M. SIEDLECKI Wally 75 Pleasant Street College: Boston University SFA Ambition: Director (Plays) Hobbies: Skating, Records, Seeing Plays, Reading, Painting French 2; Lawrence Prize 2, 3; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4 (Biog. Edit.); Drama Club 4; French Club 4; Professional Club 4; Office Aid 4; Newsletter 4; Thanksgiving Day Program 4 BRUCE M. SHAPIRO Blur 22 Hatherly Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Basketball, Football, Track, Cars Basketball 1; Track 3, 4 VICTOR J. SIMONELLI Vic 7 Cooper Street School: Christopher Columbus Ambition: Businessman Hobbies: Football GERALD J. SHEETS Gerry 123 W. Newton Street School: Prince Ambition: Undecided College: Brandeis LTniversity Hobbies: Boxing, Basketball, Football, Chess, Post Card Collecting Boxing Club; Room Councilor 2; Track 1, 2, 3 GARLAND J. SIMS The Hunter 26 Mascot Street School: Xavier High School, Concord Ambition: To Make Money College: U.C.L.A. Hobbies: Pool, Basketball. Football Patrol 2; Room Councilor 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4 CORNELIUS SHINE, JR. 19 Msgr. Reynolds Way School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: Pride College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports Glee Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Basketball 2, 3 Committee 4 CHARLES A. SMITH 8 Bataan Court School: Dearborn Ambition: Marines Hobbies: Basketball, Football Glee Club 4; Band 1; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4 1370 Bill WILLIAM SMYTH 34 Bowdoin Street School: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. High Ambition: Police Officer, Make It Through College College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports Track 2, 3; Junior Achievement, Intramural Basketball JAMES F. STACK Tiny 196 Salem Street School: St. John’s Ambition: Politics College: Boston College Hobbies: Swimming, Coin Collecting, Horseback Riding Drama Club 1 ROBERT M. SNOW Bob 14 Dalrymple Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To be Successful Hobbies: Hockey, Baseball, Table Tennis Civics 1; Ancient History 1; Fidelity Prize 1; Chess Club 1; Drama Club 1; Room Athletic Councilor 1 ANASTACIOS F. STAMBOULIS 3976 Washington Street School: Charles F. Mackey School Ambition: Engineering College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Sports, Soccer, Volleyball, Music Glee Club 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4 Stan CHESTER SOOHOO Ce and Cher 26 Upton Street School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: To be Successful College: Boston State College or University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Ehess Ancient History and French 1; Basketball 1; Intra¬ mural Basketball 3. 4 STEPHEN H. STEC Steve 72 Westglow Street School: St. Mary’s Ambition: To be Successful in the Business Field College: Bentley College Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball, Racing (Car) Office Aid 4; Polish Eagles Organization; CYO KEN J. SOOHOO Kenny 101 Hunson Street School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Medical Technology College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling, Swimming, Table Tennis, Fishing Photography Ancient History; Health Ed.; Italian 2; Plane Geometry 2; Bio. 1; M3; French 1; Lawrence Prize 2; Biology, Honor Society 3 IBZl § ri|00l HAROLD K. TAYLOR Sonny 575 Shawmut Avenue School: Prince Ambition: To Succeed in a Business College: Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Books Honor Roll for Year 1, 2; Fidelity Prize z, 3; Room Councilor 1, 2; Baseball 3, Junior Varsity; Track 4 GEORGE J. SULLIVAN Sully 74 Washington Street School: St. Mary’s Ambition: Taking It Easy College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports ANTHONY M. TEDESCUCCI Teddy 56 Marion Street School: Joseph H. Barnes Ambition: To be Successful College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, Bil¬ liards, Chess Health 2; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; C.Y.O. Baseball League; Center Basketball; Junior Hockey HOWARD H. SWARTZ Howie or Big S 36 Portina Road School: Thomas A. Edison Jr. High Ambition: Lawyer College: Colby College Hobbies: Photography, Sports Health 2; Typing 3; Yearbook Staff 4, Photography Editor; Discussion Club 3, 4; Coin Club 3, 4; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Room Councilor 3; Crew 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 3; All City Chorus 3; Intra¬ mural Basketball; Professional Club 4 LINDORO C. TESCIONE Lenny 40 Ashley Street School: Dominic Savio High Ambition: Computer Programmer College: Salem State Hobbies: Handball, Carpentry Scuba Club 3 NEVILLE E. TATEM Big T 2 Carlos Street School: Solomon Lewenberg Jr. High School Ambition: Radio Broadcaster and Business Work College: Broadcasting School and Boston Business Hobbies: Write Poems, Sing, Play Soccer, Run Track, High Jump, Bowling, Swimming, Diving Business Law 3; Lawrence Prize Business Law 3; Glee Club 2; Numismatic Club 2, 3; Scuba Diving 3; Office Patrol 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Scrccer 3, 4; Play for Boston International Soccer Team NEAL THOMPSON 16 Gray Street School: Boston Latin School Ambition: Lawyer College: Boston University Hobbies: Model Plane Flying French 2; Health ; Geometry; French 3; Lawrence Prize French 2; Record Staff Editor 2, 3, 4; Numismatic Club 2, 3, 4; President Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sec. Club 4; Tennis 3; Boy ' s State 3; Student Reporter for WBZ 3 iarn PAUL F. THOMPSON 18 Halliday Street School-. Francis Parkman Ambition-. Physical Education Instructor and Coach College : Boston State Hobbies : Sports Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 3 DONALD D. TONER 48 Bailey Street School-. Woodrow Wilson Jr. High Ambition-. To be Wealthy Hobbies-. Sports Don RICHARD M. TOBIN Rich 7 Bowditch Road School: Xaverian Bros. High School Ambition: Lawyer College: State Business Administration Hobbies: Government, Boston Celtics Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Atheletic Councilor 3; Intramural Basketball; President Student Council 4; Dress Code Committee 3: Discipline Committee 3; Constitution Committee 3 RICHARD D. TWOMEY Spikes 18 Richwood Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: Writer or Lawyer College: Brown or Georgetown Hobbies: Bowling, Guitar Playing, Music N.H.S. Club 3; Bowling Club 3; Junior World Affair Club ROBERT M. TOBIN Rob 7 Bowditch Road School: B.C. High Ambition: Athletic Coach College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Skiing Ski Club 3; Room Councilor 4; Baseball 3; Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Hockey 3 RONALD A. VAUGHAN 122 Homestead Street School: Charles E. Mackey Ambition: Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading Chess Club 4 Mickey ISAIAH F. TOLBERT 32 Bradlee Street School: Prince Ambition: Data Processing College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sailing, Swimming, Driving Track 2 Ike 0fy? lEttgltal 182 : liiijlt § riuwl STEVEN M WALSH Bud 32 Walnut Street, Malden School : Edwards Jr. High Ambition: Test Pilot College : Northeastern L ' niversity Hobbies: Skiing, Sky Diving, Photography, Scuba Diving. Rocketry Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Ski Club 4 Club 4 FRANK S. VINCI Baron 12 Catherine Street School: Boston Latin Ambition: To Become a Teacher College: Boston State Hobbies: Reading, Music, Baseball, Fishing Algebra 2; U.S. History 3; National Honor Society 4; Room Councilor 4; Professional Club 4 FREDERICK E. WARD Buddy 85 Rossmore Road School: Our Lady of Lourdes Ambition: Computer Programmer College: Boston State Hobbies: Sports, Playing the Guitar Gym 2, 3; Bookkeeping 1; Ski Club 4; Football 1; Track 2 FREDERICK L. J. WAGGETT, JR. Fred 102 Westmoor Road School: R. G. Shaw Ambition: To Go to College College: Wentworth Institute Hobbies: Cars, Music, C.Y.O., Photography Yearbook Staff 4; Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Crew 3, 4 RICHARD F. WEHLER Dick 18 Franklin Street School: Edwards Junior High Ambition: Physical Education Instructor Hobbies: Basketball, Hockey JOSEPH J. WALSH 651 West Roxbury Parkway School: Holy Name Ambition: To be Successful College: Llniversity of Maryland Hobbies: Oil Painting, Sailing, Golf, Skiing Health Education; Business Education; Office Aid 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Corps 4; Member of Southeast¬ ern Massachusetts Yac ' ht Club ROBERT F. WELSH Bob 282 North Beacon Street School: Thomas Edison Jr. High Ambition : Accountant College: Bentley College Hobbies: Baseball, Hockey, Sports Yearbook Staff 4; Art Team 3; Professional Club 4; Library Corps 3; CYO Baseball; Hockey inrn EDWARD L. WESTON Ed 11 Devon Street School: The Roxbury Latin School Ambition-. Teaching College-. Dartmouth College Hobbies: Reading, Building Model Cars English 2, 3; Mathematics 2; Spanish 2; Modern History 3; Lawrence Prize English 2; Fidelity Prize 3; N.H.S. Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Office Aid 2; Room Councilor 3, 4; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Newsletter 3 (Editor) 4; Youth Advisory Coun¬ cil to the Commissioner of Education ROGER E. WHITFIELD Bamjet 49 Georgia Street School: Patrick J. Campbell Ambition: Musician College: Boston University Hobbies: Basketball, Piano Glee Club 4; Room Councilor 1; Room Athletic Councilor 3; Band 1 JOHN W. WHALEY 405 Marlborough Street School: Kant-Schule, Berlin, Germany Ambition: Engineer College: University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Coin Collecting German; Algebra; Lawrence Prize Algebra 3; Soc¬ cer 3, 4; Boxing 3 Years DAVID WHITLOW Ham 465 Massachusetts Avenue School: St. Tude’s Educational Institute Ambition: Recreation Director College: Northeastern University, University of Massachusetts Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Soul Music Baseball 3, 4; Park League Baseball; South End Boy’s Club Basketball RICHARD P. WHITE 1 Topliff Street School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Teaching College: Boston State HORACE A. F. WHITWORTH 55 Wilcock Street School: Kingston College High School Ambition: Engineer College: University of California, Los Angeles Hobbies: Reading, Stamp Collecting, Chess Geometry; National Honor Society 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Glee Club; Numismatic Club 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN A. WHITE Steve 55 Downer Avenue School: Grover Cleveland Jr. High Ambition: Teaching College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Reading, Skiing, Water Skiing, Ice Skating English 2; French 2; Lawrence Prize 2; Fidelity Prize 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Newsletter 4; French Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Discussion Club 4; Professional Club 4; Room Councilor 3; Room Athletic Councilor 2; Thanksgiving Day Pro¬ gram 4 cTlu ' tautluiit 1B21 rijunl ERHARD G. WISNIEWSKI E.d. 17 Atherton Street School ' . Mary E. Curley Ambition-. To be a Success Hobbier. Motorcycling, Horses RAYMOND D. WILLIAMS Ray 66 Gladstone Street School ' . St. Dominic’s Savio Ambition ' . Commercial Artist College ' . Rhode Island School of Design Hobbies: Drawing, Sports THOMAS W. WONG Tom 9 University Road School: Prince School Ambition: Photographer College: New England School of Photography Hobbies: Basketball, Guitar, Art Art 1; E3c, 3; Mech. Draw. 1, 2; Lawrence Prize 3; Fidelity Prize 1, 3; Office Aid 3, 4; Military Comm. 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Helper 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3 TAMES W. WILSON Wally 264 Mt. Vernon Street School: Dearborn School Ambition: Business Tycoon College: University of Massachusetts or Boston University Hobbies: Sports, Soul Music, Racing Set Room Athletic Councilor 2; Basketball 1; Park League Baseball 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 2, 3 DANIEL YEE Moony 21 Long Avenue School: Abraham Lincoln Ambition: Mathematician College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Bowling Math 1; Business 1; Chess Club 1; Glee Club 1, 3, 4 STEPHEN L. WINER Steve 34 Anderson Drive School: Boston Latin Ambition: To Succeed in Life College: Colorado State University Hobbies: Skiing, Swimming, Boating Adv. B2; Adv. Phy. 2; Math 2, 3; Health 3; Law¬ rence Prize 2; Yearbook Staff 4; National Honor Society 4; Theatre Club 4; Coin Club 4; Track 2; Prom Committee 4; Officer of the AZA Editor of Eastern Mass. Association of National Honor Society Tim Drill TIMOTHY Y. YEE 5C Emerald Court School: Abraham Lincoln School Ambition: Civil Engineer College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Stamps, Chess M3, 3; Chess Club 3, 4; Military Comm. Team 2 XBZB JOSEPH D. ZAMMIT 60 Ormond Street School: Mary E. Curley Ambition: To Play Piano as a Profession College: Northeastern University Hobbies: Photography Soccer 3 Joe Also (jkaiUMtimj ROBERT J. BETTS CARL W. BOOMHOWER ANDREW P. BOTTARI RAYMOND M. BOUTROS DOUGLAS J. BROGAN LARRY E. BROWN STEVEN A. BROWN WILLIAM F. CARSON PAUL F. CARTER ANTONIO CHAN JOSEPH CHAN WING L. CHAN CHIU CHOW CHIN JOSEPH J. CHIRICHIELLO ERNEST CHISHOLM WAI CHUNG CHU CHARLES L. CLARK MICHAEL P. COAKLEY EVAN F. COLE EARL C. COLEMAN, JR. ELIAS COLEMAN, JR. LEO M. CORBETT FRANK J. COSCARELLI JOHN J. COTTA PAUL F. CRAGIN ROBERT S. CRESPI WILLIAM R. DEEB EDWARD E. DIBBLES STEPHEN P. DiSTEFANO GEORGE DOBOS ALAN E. DUNHAM EDWARD N. FINGLAS JOSEPH P. FOLEY PAUL D. GLENNON PETER S. GOBLE PAUL R. GRAHAM MICHAEL J. HIGGINS GERALD T. HINES PHILLIP B. HOGG MICHAEL J. HUMORA WILLIAM R. JACKSON SUHEIL Z. JABER MICHAEL A. JONES FRED P. KLEINERMAN KENNETH L. KUNICKI ROBERT J. LAW ANTHONY LEE GEORGE C. LEE KAZIMIERZ LESKOW RONALD L. LEVITAN KHOON CHONG LOW DUNCAN R. McLEOD EDWARD P. MALLETT PAUL E. MALLOCH TIMOTHY S. MAZOBERE ANDERSON D. McCOLLIN WILLIAM J. McCONNON JOSEPH P. McGAFFIGAN ROBERT F. McGREGOR Cecil b. McIntyre DANIEL McMASTER Joseph f. McPherson SHUET P. MOY DENNIS M. MULROONEY THOMAS E. MURPHY RAUL NIEVES DENNIS R. NELSON EUSTACE G. NILES DANIEL J. O ' CONNELL WILLIAM J. O’SHEA ROBERT A. PARKER STEPHEN A. PARSONS JAMES PESIRIDIS LAWRENCE W. PETERS THOMAS V. PETERS ARTHUR J. PICCIRILLI GEORGE R. PORCHER MICHAEL J. RESTAINO DONALD M. ROBINSON ALAN ROSEN RICHARD RUSSELL HOK KEUNG SETO HOK YEE SETO DENNIS P. SHEEHAN CLIVE A. D. SIMMS JOHN A. TAGLIERI FRED E. THI BE AULT SAMUEL I. WALKER GERARD A. WHITTEMORE JEFFREY W. WONG CRAIG A. WOODS JAMES YEE JULIUS C. YOUNGE CHECK SIEL YU mm L $1 mmmm yourvi n w h i kA J w5|?v | + i :4 i . i 1 ' -A Ik V j W-SS t ! 1 w s a B ■ aMI A n Mb ■ 1 K H k Jtk. Jp • ' 1.JKcK ' JI tmcI . ■ V- yr raa Ek f - | nb A lay Uttlj tlu i pnuirB A Unnk At iwttnr Kfommmms ♦ ROOM 101, MR. GERALD P. DECHAYNE, Advisor Room Representatives John J. Bishop Richard M. Tobin First Row (Left to Right): Rabbitt, Tatem, Tobin, Mr. Dechayne, Bishop, Nicholas, Sheehan Second Row (Left to Right): McMaster, Casilli, Eagan, Higgins, Kerressey, Stec, Regan, DiMatteo Third Row (Left to Right): Chin, Chan, Hawes, O’Brien, Hurley, Howard, Rabbitt, Santos-Silva, Papadopoulos, Kunicki, Bakas, Fetherston. 4 ROOM 102, MR. WILLIAM A. ADLER, Advisor Room Representatives Thomas F. Kelley Craig A. Woods First Row (Left to Right): Welsh, Keenan, Beatty, Mr. Adler, Duncan, Petringa, Yee Second Row (Left to Right): Kellner, Toner, Kenney, Gatulas, Wong, Primpas, Salame Third Row (Left to Right) Lee, Humora, Ward, Berzins, Simms, Robinson, Kelley, Loud, Pellegrino, Apazidis ROOM 103, MR. ROBERT L. DENNEHY, Advisor Room Representatives Michael D. Fauntleroy Anthony J. Renna First Row (Left to Right): Whitworth, Wisniewski, Frady, Morrissey, Renna, Moy, Stamboulis Second Row (Left to Right): Dibbles, Smyth, Badavis, Fauntleroy, Deveau, Glennon, Ahern, Soo Hoo, Mosca, Peters Third Row (Left to Right): Chirichiello, Mallett, Boutros, Coscarelli, McDermott, Donovan, Crespi, Clark, Parsons, Smith ROOM 107, MR. RUSSELL A. LANGLEY, Advisor Room Representatives James M. Farrell Paul S. Cohen First Row (Left to Right): Owens, Hawkins, McDonough, Mr. Langley, Doherty, Duffy, English Second Row (Left to Right): Driscoll, Stephen, Alimonti, Garnett, Whitfield, Geoldasis, Day, Brown, Thompson. Third Row (Left to Right): Farrell, Corbett, McFarland, Twomey, Cohen, Higgins, Drews, Flaherty. ROOM 108, MR. RICHARD F. BURNS, Advisor Room Representatives Edwin J. Shanahan Eddy Regnier First Row (Left to Right): Arams, Shannon, Shanahan, Mr. Burns, Seto, Yu, Chu Second Row (Left to Right): Howe, McLeod, Rinaldi, McLeod, Fong, Suhiel, Chan, Betts Third Row (Left to Right): Glass, Rago, Devlin, Flammio, Dobos, Regnier, Ellis, Carter, Rozen. ROOM 113, MR. HERBERT F. McCARTHY, Advisor Room Representatives Robert E. Gibbons Joseph J. Walsh First Row (Left to Right): Lacivita, Magri, Poles, Mr. McCarthy, Saverse, Page, Petroni. Second Row (Left to Right): Farquhar, Amirault, Dever, Levitan, McCarthy, Reznick, Malloch, Samms, Seto. Third Row (Left to Right): Gillespie, Pritchard, Phalen, Chellman, Gibbons, Walker, Dacey, Murphy. First Row (Left to Right): Zammit, Parker, Weston, Mr. DiGirolamo, Gervino, Hubbard, Balich. Second Row (Left to Right): Pupi, Grealish, Coyle, Jenkins, Tolbert, Mason, Graham, Carrerio McPherson, Hogg. Third Row (Left to Right): Capone, Pizzarella, Snow, Wong, McCall, Frost, Taylor, Georgopoulis, Soo Hoo, Roditi. ROOM 117, MR. FRANK A. REPETTO, Advisor Room Representatives Neal E. Braverman Frank Miranda First Row (Left to Right): Pritchard, Kent, Porcher, Mr. Repetto, Braverman, Miranda, Robinson. Second Row (Left to Right): Chin, Joe, Frongillo, Gallagher, Leung, Thompson, Williams, Davis. Third Row (Left to Right): Bennett, Jagelski, Lee, Jacobson, Carter, Leskow, Hogan, Conway, DiBennedetto, Feeney, Thibeault. ROOM 118, MR. JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN, Advisor Room Representatives Richard E. Bushee Larry Hobson First Row (Left to Right): Chandler, Doucette, Wilson, Mr. Dunn, Mr. Sheehan, Swartz, Bushee. Second Row (Left to Right): Morrison, Giannasoli, Hobson, Bohannon, White, Siedlecki, Papas. Third Row (Left to Right): Pesiridis, Donelan, Faria, Johnson, Donahue, Wheeler, Chin, Lee. ROOM 119, MR. PETER J. B. MULLEN, Advisor Room Representatives Herman A. Colson Thomas P. Doyle First Row (Left to Right): ' Colson, Cohen, Piccirilli, Mr. Mullen, Doyle, Faro, Carrasco. Second Row (Left to Right): Prall, Jones, Perch, Dashiell, Ferro, Lynch, Savicke, Simms. Third Row (Left to Right): McKenna, Whaley, Karwowski, Angelo, Donovan, Kelly, Cotta, DelFraino, Dunham. ROOM 217, MR. JOHN A. CREEDON, Advisor Room Representatives Edward R. Crowder Richard P. Moore First Row (Left to Right): Whittemore, Morrison, Crowder, Mr. Creedon, Jackson, DiMichele Eagan. Second Row (Left to Right): Grasso, McNally, Moore, Gillespie, MacLeod, Coleman, Samo, Rothman, Winer. Third Row (Left to Right): McGaffigan, Waggett, Davis, Salerno, Polatin, Kessler, Shapiro, Sullivan, Lee. First Row (Left to Right): Nicholson, Moy, Yee, Mr. Sheridan, Clark, Coakley, Conroy. Second Row (Left to Right) Cole, Gallagher, Chislom, Casey, Dinon, Douglass, Cieplek, Griffin, Francis. Third Row (Left to Right): Catania, Agostinelli, Lamz, Vaughan, Jones, Holley, McMaster, Hansen, Juliano, Vinci, MacDonald, Dixon. ROOM 219, MR. JAMES F. WELLS, Advisor Room Representatives Alfonso G. Blades Martin J. Carney ROOM 218, MR. ROBERT P. SHERIDAN, Advisor First Row (Left to Right): McConnon, Moore, Kelly, Mr. Wells, Blades, Lema, Hart. Second Row (Left to Right): Coleman, Yee, Chan, Sceviour, Carney, Chan, Langdon, Benson, McCormick. Third Row (Left to Right): O’Connell, Manni, Tescione, McDermott, Howe, Allen, McEldowney, Joyce, Furman. Room Representatives John J. Roman Frank S. Vinci 4 %on VotW i Ve te 0 ' 55 YvV SDS Member ' ,aUsh B Calvin Hill Rookie of re War Looks Now Lo VIALS 1st Year Coach Burley , iORR t rt W c ° lif ; ;= f V J S DS Raiders Battle Stude et «.C. .I J Beat English High Teacher JOE ALICH Black Marciano SDS Raiders f rarbook Aimtaor’a message This edition of the Blue and Blue Yearbook represents a most collective effort: The effort of an enthusiastic staff who tried to place on record, the events of a most unique, oftentimes exasperating, but more importantly, unusual year. As you examine the pages of this book, some may be asking, ' " Where is my picture?,” " What about this score?,” and " Why isn’t this event covered?” The events of this scholastic year prevented the recording of many events. The very fact that you are now reading this edition is the result of the work of those dedicated classmates of yours, who through student demonstrations, early dismissals, false fire alarms, and the teachers’ strike, attempted to prove, that a chaotic situation, would not deter their efforts. This edition is the testimony to that collective effort. 1970 was, most assuredly, a different year, but not an unusual year. The events sur¬ rounding us, and affecting us, locally, nationally, and internationally, have influenced our way of thinking, as it also did the creation and eventual publication of this yearbook. But the very fact that in spite of the adversity and apathy generated by many events, we were able to present this much of a record, will forever stand as an accomplishment to this Year’s staff. To the Class of 1970, my personal congratulations and best wishes while stealing an old cliche, " That better a little well kept, than a great deal forgotten.” Sincerely, John A. Creedon Yearbook Advisor fparbimk NEAL E. BRAVERMAN Editor First Row (Left to Right): Welsh, Siedlecki, Angelo, Fetherston (Asst. Ed.), Braverman (Ed.), Swartz, McCarthy, Kelly, Conroy. Second Row (Left to Right): Mr. Corscadden, Cohen, Renna, Soo Hoo, Balich, Bushee, McDonough, Carrasco, Lema, Agostinelli, Waggett, McDowell, Winer, Rothman, Mr. Creedon. Third Row (Left to Right): Crowley, Pritch ard, Lacivita, Hooper, Cole, Lefteriou, Chandler, Colson, Kohler, Chellman, Glazer, Fong, White, Kent, Kelley, Walsh, Bishop, Owens. HOWARD H. SWARTZ Photography Editor EUGENE L. MCCARTHY Sports Editor MANUEL J. ANGELO Art Editor WALTER M. SIEDLECKI Biography Editor PAUL L. KELLY Activities Editor PATRICK J. HOWE Special Contributor The Intention of This Yearbook KENNETH N. HOOPER Typing Editor JOSEPH A. BALICH Special Contributor The English High School Yearbook Staff, proudly presents to the Class of 1970 it’s, completed and compiled, summation of this very trying year. A diary of one year’s accomplishments through both Trials and Triumphs, this years conscientious staff, under the never-ending advice and work of Mr. Creedon, gathered its informat ' on at the earliest possible date to br ; ng you the most bountiful, fruitful, and enjoyable yearbook that English High has ever avowed to its senior class. Vork ; ng our way through the School calendar, trying to capture all the events pertaining to our class, was the apogee we were striving for. From the begin- ing when we tried to persuade you to take that little trip down to Purdy’s to now with this completed issue of the yearbook. All of the people on the Yearbook Staff, its Editor and its many contributors, hope you will enjoy this book now, and have it as one of your very special memoirs for the future. And so, once again Creedon’s Creative Clan of Creatures has given you, the Wonder¬ ful World of Retrospect. Neal Braverman Editor, 1970 English High Yearbook 83rt Annual (Classic liatilt tiu ltsh tLbaiilisqiliinq Dau Nofarraber 27, 1969 9:30 Jiartiarb Stadium " What do you mean, we ' re expected to put out the football program as well? " SOUVENIR PROGRAM FIFTY CENTS " Neal, this staff will drive me crazy. " Art (Tram MUSEUM SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS Bruce Patrick, John Redmond, Dennis Kent, John Leung Hath ©ram Left to Right: Mr. Themistocles, Richard Sarno, Larry McDonough, John Weeks, Howard Block, John Kerressey (Not present, R. Lee). MATH 7B MV (Elu ' ss cTi ' am First Row (Left to Right): Yu, Lam, Ho, Weeks, Kessler, T. Yee, President, Badavas, Vaughan, Sullo, Wan, D. Yee. Second Row (Left to Right): Sceviour, Whitworth, McDonough, Kondratiuk, Perch, Fuller, Martin, Beckett, Arams, Chin, Mr. McGowan Advisor. First Row (Left to Right): McDonough, Lam, Yee, President, Yu, Mr. McGowan, Advisor. Second Row (Left to Right): Sceviour, Perch, Kessler, Badavas. ChpBja (Elttli § tuiuntt (Emmrtl STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Robert Fredericks, Gary Bisbee, Rusty Kondratiuk, Peter Motherway, and Richard Tobin, President. PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE Left to Right: Kelley, Bisbee, Fredericks, Boyce, Feeney, Smart, Turner, Braverman, Kondratiuk, Motherway, Tobin, President, Mr. Dotoli, Advisor (Not present, Mr. Mosher, Advisor). STUDENT COUNCIL ROOM REPRESENTATIVES First Row (Left to Right): Braverman, Mason, Vinci, Miranda, Renna, Crowder, Woods. Second Row (Left to Right): Bushee, Fauntleroy, Hobson, Colson, Bishop, Tobin, Bisbee, Mr. Corscadden, Senior Class Advisor. Third Row (Left to Right): Roman, Walsh, Gibbons, Shanahan, Cohen, Pritchard, Gervino, Farrell. National ifnttnr i omtg First Row (Left to Right): Whitworth, McDonough, Weston, Winer, Angelo, Thompson, Swartz, Balich, Cohen. Second Row (Left to Right): Ahern, Aiello, Langdon, Twomey, Humora, Dashiell, Carreiro, Agostinelli, Papas. Third Row (Left to Right): Weeks, Stransky, Hansen, Conway, Carrasco, Badavas, Vinci, Pritchard, (Absent, Mr. Zidel, Advisor). First Row (Left to Right): Papas, Pritchard, Thompson, Winer, Badavas, Mr. Zidel. Second Row (Left to Right): Lee, Angelo, Stransky, Ahern. Newsletter First Row (Left to Right): Richard Hardy, Barnet Goverman, Stephen White, Walter Siedlecki, Ed Weston, Manuel Angelo, Kenny Rothman, Ed Crowder, John Sceviour, Mr. O’Malley, Advisor. Edward L. Weston Editor I Stantfisunt Club Discussion dub First Row (Left to Right): Sceviour, McDonough, Hardy, President, Sullo, Renna. Second Row (Left to Right): Mr. Connelly, Advisor, Bushee, Whitfield, Conroy, Chellman, Perch, Swartz, Weston. iKtfriu ' t Mr. Keaney, Advisor, Sanowitz, Block, Backman, Sanders, Jones, Dever, Kayiales, Paden. Amateur Eaiw (EUth Mr. Murphy, Advisor, Sanders, Backman, Block, Kayiales, Sarnowitz. dnttt GIlub First Row (Left to Right): Mr. Krutter, Advisor, Humora, Thompson, Carreiro, Tatem, Swartz. Second Row (Left to Right): Dukas, Whitworth, McDonough, Perch, Badavas, Balich (Elttb First Row (Left to Right): Agostinelli, Braverman, Cohen, Mr. Mullan, Advisor, Carrasco, McDonough, Moore. Second Row (Left to Right): McCarthy, Rando, Humora, Kelly, Marotto, Walsh, Bishop, Flaherty, Fetherston. Third Row (Left to Right): Wellington, McCollin, Blasetti, Mulrean, Loud, Patrick, Hunter, Morrison. TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 214 WHEELING, ILLINOIS John M. Higgins Jazz Band Frank G. Dobler Concert Choir Irwin Brick Wind Symphony Pre-Tour Concert, Wheeling H. S. Gym March BOSTON TOUR CONCERTS .English High School .Boston Latin School .... Brighton High School . . Roslindale High School . . Dorchester High School Massachusetts State House South Boston High School .Girl’s Latin School . . East Boston High School March ; March : March : March April 1 April 1 April 2 April 2. April 3. POST-TOUR Jazz Concert, Wheeling H. S. Gym w MR. WENDELL ENGLISH Music Director ?E. % IN APPRECIATION The Class of 1970 expresses its appreciation to the Glee Club and particularly, Mr. Wendell English, its director, for their contribution to the entire school community in the revitalization of the music program. ( Mm (Elub We are the music-makers, And we are the dreamers of dreams, Wandering by lone sea-breakers, And sitting by desolate streams: World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams: Yet we are the movers and shakers Of the world for ever, it seems. Glijriatmas Assembly program TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1969 i I 1. Christmas Entrance Mr. Euge DiGirolamo at the piano 2. Flag Salute Pledge of Allegiance Joseph T. Gallagher President, Class of 1970 3. HOLIDAY READINGS - I a. Christmas Thoughts-1969 Edward L. Weston, -’70 b. Christmas Is Richard M. Tobin, -’70 c. The Greatest Gift James Pritchard, -’70 4. CHRISTMAS SELECTIONS E.H.S. Glee Club Mr. Wendell English, Director a. Alleluia b. Silent Night c. Amen d. Ave Marie (Albert E. Feetham, soloist) e. Blowing in the Wind f. March of the Kings g. Shalom Chaverim 5. Student Singing of Christmas Carols Directed by Mr. English a. O Come All Ye Faithful b. Hark the Herald Angels Sing c. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear d. O Little Town of Bethlehem e. Deck the Halls 6. HOLIDAY READINGS - II a. A Christmas Gift John J. Bishop, -’70 b. The Silent Stars Herman A. Colson, -’70 c. Christmas Everyday Joseph T. Gallagher, -’70 7. Christmas Message James W. Dailey, Head Master 8. " O Holy Night” Mr. Frank A. Repetto, Vocalist 9. Alma Mater Student Body directed by Mr. Frank A. Repetto 10. Christmas Exit Mr. Eugene DiGirolamo at the piano VUkPfV KEVT year. W ' 1IH ' mm ' I THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL HOME and SCHOOL ASSOCIATION MR. JAMES W. DAILEY Head Master MR. EDWIN F. BUTTERS Assistant Head Master In SUrmjuitum of four frara of James G. Egan, Class of 1925 The Class of 1970 salutes Mr. James G. Egan, president of the Class of 1925, former, director of the E.H.S. Alumni Association, and present AMVET National Poet Laureate. These two pages were donated by Mr. Egan to help defray the cost of this year’s book, further testimony to his continual interest in succeeding classes of America’s Oldest High School. We are proud of a most loyal alumnus E.H.S. Testimonial, April, 1970 Left to Right: John A. Creedon, Yearbook Advisor, Joseph Ferrino, ’25, Rubin Epstein, ’25, Past Alumni director president: director, Brandeis University, James G. Egan, ’25: Timothy J. Regan, Adjutant-General of Massachusetts, ’25, William J. Stewart, ’37. Timothy J. Regan, Adjutant-General of Massa¬ chusetts, representing Governor Francis W. Sargent, presents the Commonwealth Award to James G. Egan, President of the Class of 1925, E.H.S. 0?rmrr, (ttlasH of 19HI 0alut?H... Exhibit of work of James G. Egan, AMVET Poet Laureate National poetic biographer of American Presidents. Mr. Egan, Mayor George McCarthy, Everett, Alderman Albert T. Sheppard. Testimonial -- April 1970 (Left to Right): Clifford MacQuilkin, Mr. Egan, Everett Allied Comm., Louise Muzzey City of Somerville Citation: (Left to Right). Mr. Egan, Rep. Marie Howe, Joseph D. McNeill, E.H.S. - ' 25 Head Table Guests, AMVETS Banquet (Left to Right): John A. Creedon, E.H.S., Bill Stewart, (Not shown), Henry Schlegel, John H. Harold, Robert D. Crowley, Gen. Timothy Regan, ' 25, Jim Egan, ' 25. James G. Egan, president of the Class of 1925, E.H.S., with the then Vice-President of the U.S., Hubert H. Humphrey. E.H.S. Alumni - A most illustrious class (Left to Right): Major Louis Chiccola, ' 25, Cummings M. Giardino, ' 25, Joseph D. McNeill, ' 25, James G. Egan, ' 25, Rubin Epstein, ' 25, Gen. Timothy J. Regan, ' 25, William J. Stewart, ' 37. to . ,( 3 0 o MV ™ ' - , -,r r J ' - B . .. ilUt J. vvAT is s ° ( wl laseball First Row (Left to Right): McDonough, Casilli, Keenan, Carney, Hansen (Capt.), Shanahan, Doyle, McDermott, Morrison. Second Row (Left to Right): Coach Butters, Hayes, Walsh, Welter, Walsh, Shanahan, McClay, Coach Stewart. Uas ball TEAM RECORD E.H.S. 16 . Trade 1 E.H.S. 15 . Dorchester 3 E.H.S. 10 . Groton 3 E.H.S. 0 . B.C. High 3 E.H.S. 0 . Newton 9 E.H.S. 19 . Trade 0 E.H.S. 6 . Dorchester 2 E.H.S. 0 . B.C. High 3 E.H.S. 6 . Technical 9 E.H.S. 4 . Latin 3 E.H.S. 6 . Latin 2 E.H.S. 6 . Technical 2 (The State Tournament at Somerville) E.H.S. 0 . Somerville 9 p Ifarkeg HOCKEY TEAM MEMBERS (1970) Richard F. Casilli Kevin R. Conley Joseph T. Coyle Kevin J. Curley James F. Dowling John Enright Peter Fagan James M. Farrell John P. Fleming Richard E. Hart, (Captain, All E onald Hayes David J. Hogan Eugene L. McCarthy Mark A. McLean James A. Morgan Peter A. Morrissey Edward J. Musto Robert F. O’Brien Daniel J. O’Sullivan Kevin L. Ridge Robert M. Tobin • mm ■M E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. HOCKEY SCHEDULE SCORES 2 . Technical 3 1 . B.C. High 4 1 . South Boston 1 2 . Charlestown 5 2 . Groton 4 0 . Technical 4 2 . B. C. High 3 4 . Hyde Park 0 3 . East Boston 3 1 . Boston Latin 3 2 . Technical 4 5 . B. C. High 1 4 . Boston Latin 4 0 . Technical 2 ©Ip iE. % i . ®rark ason First Row (Left to Right): Ricky Thompson, Bob Pritchard, Dave Deaver, Jerome Smart Second Row (Left to Right): Errol Morrison, Dick Moore (Capt.), Bob Zagami, Wayne Pittman. Ittknnr ®rark ENGLISH HIGH INDOOR TRACK SCORES (1969 - 1970) English 65 . Jamaica Plain 17 English 39 . . Brighton 45 English 67 . . Trade 18 English 23 . . Latin 67 English 61 . . East Boston 18 English 40 . Hyde Park 24 English English 55 . .Dorchester 14 18 . . Tech 73 English 53 . . Brighton 48 drnsB (kmmtrg ENGLISH HIGH CROSS COUNTRY SCORES (1969) E.H.S. 4l .Tech 20 E.H.S. 65 . B. C. High 20 . Tech 39 E.H.S. 82 . Tech 35 . Latin 37 E.H.S. 65 . Latin 18 . East Boston 90 E.H.S. 143 B. C. High 51 Catholic Mem. 53 E.H.S. 49 . B. C. High 15 E.H.S. 70 . Latin 23 Low scores win (Ereui Seam zssktss . . g ' " iSv«Ww v i ™—TJJ——; , " ri " I - ;:; c :SS » r ' : Kellv K. Martin, McDonough, Coach Clougher y. et back by many unforseen events, the team p ned very well The loss of seniors Tom and Pau l v McCarthy, Grealish and Agostinelh eliminated Ush fmm championship contention. Nevertheless ’ Blue and Blue proved to be very formidable onent for City Champion Latin, Technical and ir Special thanks go to Co-capta.n Ernie Gervino his outstanding leadership and rowing perforr nc 1 to John Powers for his invaluable service distant Coach. Dowling the coxwain, Peter and Kevin Kelly, along B Co-Captains Monahan and Walley, in addition Saniuk Hardy, Haldoupis, McDonough and Pateras d an impressive list of returning veterans who will the back bone of English’s effort next year. We wish at this time to thank rookie Coach Mr. ougherty for his hard work and fine coaching. 1ST. BOAT 1st race - Latin, Tech, English, (Trade not: in nglish (second boat). SECOND BOAT lst race Latin, Tech, English. 2nd. race - nglish, Latin, Tech. iPnotball THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY SQUAD OF 1969 Front Row (Left to Right): James W. Dailey, Head Master, Coach Stewart, Blades, Wong, Kohler, Mosca, Tri-Capt.. Morrison, Tri-Capt, Shanahan, Tri-Capt., Foley, Loud, Derkin, King, Asst. Coach. Second Row: J. Doherty, Asst. Coach, Grabert, Keenan, Gervino, Robinson, Straughter, Woods, McCall, Geoldasis, Thompson, E. Burley, Asst. Coach. Third Row: Tobin, (Mgr.) Monahan, Roberts, Buckley, Bradley, Gilmore, Johnson, Rogers, Roy, Casey (Mgr.) Fourth Row: D’Avolio, Tarushka, Murphy, Costello, Kadlick, McClay, Gannon, Reddy, Young Finneran. ENGLISH TRI-CAPTAINS (1969-70) Peter Mosca, Errol Morrison, Ed Shanahan COACHING STAFF (1969-1970) Left to Right: John Doherty, Pat J. King, Bill Stewart, Ed Burley V • E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. E.H.S. JffmitbaU SEASON ' S RECORD . Groton 52 ... Brookline 28 . Boston Tech. 6 . Cath. Mem. 20 . B. C. High 28 . Camb. Latin 34 . Boston Latin 40 mm QIttu (El]amps - Eastern JRass. Relau (Kljamps (Sreater IBosicm league (Ebantps First Row (Left to Right): Hurley, Oberlander, McMaster, Santangelo, Bishop, J., Gallagher (Capt.) Second Row (Left to Right): Fielding, Tomasini, Moore, Bishop, P., Coach Tarpey, Gill, Mainey GREATER BOSTON CHAMPIONS BOSTON ENGLISH RELAY CARNIVAL CHAMPIONS (3rd Successive Year) CITY CHAMPIONS, 4th CONSECUTIVE YEAR First Row (Left to Right): Michael G. Hurley, John R. Oberlander, Coach Dan Tarpey, Patrick J. Gill. Second Row (Left to Right): Paul Bishop, Paul Mainey, Gerard F. Moore, Robert F. Santangelo. Final Scores English 154 Cambridge Latin 132 Catholic Memorial 116% Waltham 116 Lexington 102 Wellesley 95 Brookline 84 Boston Latin 68 John Bishop 5FJ.6if1.DEEP i 2JL m .L -ill mm lu i u Basketball (ttttg OII]antp0 - State OIl|amp0 Number (©tie 3 n ®assarl]usetts BASKETBALL SCORES Regular Season Dec. 12-Jamaica Plain 79-72 Dec. 16 - Boston Trade 78-62 Dec. 20 - Salem High 73-56 Dec. 24 - Boston Technical 53-55 Dec. 27 - Salem High 93-74 Jan. 2 - Dorchester High 78-69 Jan. 8 - Boston Technical 98-56 Jan. 13-Boston Trade 105-78 Jan. 16 - B. C. High 62-64 Jan. 22 - Boston Latin 79-50 Jan. 27 - Jamaica Plain 79-62 Jan. 29 - Dorchester High 56-51 Feb. 5 - B. C. High 68-58 Feb. 10-Boston Latin 76-62 City Championships Brighton 77-67 Hyde Park 75-72 Eastern Mass. Championships Brookline 60-52 B. C. High 68-60 Cambridge Latin 74-62 Catholic Memorial 52-64 State Championships Shrewsbury 67-43 Andover 71-61 Catholic Memorial 76-69 Number (in? In ttf? (EnmmonmRaltli First Row Left to Right): Russell, Miller, Ashley, Beatty, Culpepper, McDonough, Keenan, (Mgr.) Second Row (Left to Right): Williams, R., Mr. Hennigan, Coach Burley, Matthews, Coach King, Cohen, Clark, Johnson, Brown, Henry, Robinson. Slje laskrtball i asntt When it all started in October at the first of what was to be many practice sessions; the Blue and Blue had an apparently unbeatable line-up. Returning from last year ' s City Championship team were starters A1 " Twinkie ' ’ Brown, John Suttles, Artie Johnson, Paul Cohen, and A1 Robinson. Then tragedy seemed inevit¬ able as Twinkie and John both left the school. It was up to the somewhat inexperienced " Stretch” Henry, Herbie Beatty and Larry McDonough to fill the void left by the two 1969 All-City guards. As expected the team started off slowly, and was rescued by Steve Brown’s clutch shooting in the narrow opening day overtime win against J.P. After breezing past Trade and Salem, the club suffered its first defeat on Christmas Eve to Tech by two points. English now was in second place behind Tech. Herb Beatty, the starting playmaker suffered a knee injury after English again stopped Salem. It was thought he would sorely be missed, but, on the contrary, the next few games only seemed to mark the bench strength of the team. Against Dot, the team which later helped English win the City League Title by twice beating Tech, Larry McDonough started for Herbie and along with Steve Brown filled in as English downed Dot. by nine points. The team which now had its depth along with the English traditional balanced scoring, seemed to come of age. The next game was the crucial rematch with Tech, which would seemingly decide the City League Title. This game with Tech was to be a close game. With seven men in double figures English trounced Tech by 42 points, and took over sole position of first place and never looked back. There was no stopping them now as the front three of Paul Cohen, A1 Robinson and Capt. Artie Johnson wore down all opposition with fantastic control of the offensive and defensive boards, and Stretch Henry did it all from the backcourt. Except for a meaningless, jittery, double overtime loss to B.C. High in their Boston Garden debut, the club went undefeated during the remainder of their regular schedule. Artie, Paul, Al, and Stretch were all named to the All-Cit y Team, as each of them ended the season averaging in double figures. A whole new season was now about to begin, that is, the tourney season. First off were two games which would decide the City Championship (Which is seperate from the City League Title). Four teams were com¬ peting: Brighton and Hyde Park from the District League and Tech and English from the City League. Hyde Park was the Pre-Tourney favorite and was undefeated. In the semi-finals English knocked off Brighton and Hyde Park easily beat Tech. After their great showing against Tech the Hyde Parkers were heavily favored to beat English. English however, led by their captain Johnson, and getting great games from Paul and Stretch successfully defended their title and beat the only undefeated team in the class B ranks, who incidentally went on to win the class B Tech Tourney. It was now on to the second largest tournament in Massachusetts, the Tech. English’s first round draw was Brookline High whom the Blue and Blue had scrimmaged earlier and had beaten by 8 points. The game was no different as English came from behind in the second half and won by eight points 60-52. The game also served the purpose of shaking off opening night Tech Tourney jitters which had jinxed them the year before. English ' s quarterfinal opponent was noneother than B.C. High, which during the season had gained a split with English. Again English fell behind at the half, but B.C. seemed to be a much tougher team than Brookline and comeback hopes were dim. In the second half AI Robinson started clearing the defensive and offensive boards and Artie hit his potented bombs from the corner. Paul Cohen shut out B.C.’s 6’8” center for the entire game; a phenomenal defensive chore, but Stretch supplied the spark, as he shut out Nunnoly, B.C.’s high scorer in the second half, and himself scored as well. English’s exuberant fans real¬ ized this and carried Stretch off the courts on their shoulders. As far as the experts were concerned this was as far as English High would advance in the Tech Tourney. Cambridge Latin was to be their next foe. The Cantabs were undefeated and were top seeded in the Class A rankings. As far as English was con¬ cerned a win against an undefeated club was much sweeter than any other. Cambridge Latin fell as Hyde Park did earlier. English was once again down at half time as was expected. As was unexpected though at least by Latin fans, the Blue and Blue storm roared through the second half and completely took the ' undefeated ' apart, and made the game a runaway as the subs played the end of the game. The heroics of this game have to be accredited to Al Robinson for the magnificent defensive job he displayed on the highly tauted, much heralded Gene Walcott. This win automatically qualified English for the State Tourney, the big one and also set up the game which has become the basketball rivalry unmatched and really unapproachcd in Massachusetts high schools in the past few years. The two participants - Catholic Memorial vs. Boston English. C.M . came into the game, the last undefeated team remaining in Massachu¬ setts and a well publicized winning streak of 54 games without a loss. English had never beaten C.M. but had always come close. j V y V Ten-thousand fans had come to see if English could stop the record streak and knock off yet another unde¬ feated team. Eate had ruled it otherwise. With Raynor and Caskins playing one on one all night and out scoring English’s whole team 55-52, Catholic Memorial defended it’s Tech Tourney championship and defeated English which had grown cold in the final period 64-52. English however, would probably get a second chance in the upcoming State Tournament. The crowds are smaller but the prestige is greater in the State Tourney. Three rounds were to be played within a week. In the quarterfinals English played Shrewsbury and breezed by as everyone on the team got to play. The western team was outclassed by English’s fancy guards and out muscled by their massive front court, as the reserves played out almost the entire second half. Andover the Class C Tech Tourney Champs were scheduled next for the English Club in the Semi-finals. Andover was one of the teams in Massachusetts which could match English man for man in height. That was where the resemblance ended as English played loosely and kept the game close where is shouldn’t have been. At the end, however, English showed their superiority as Paul Cohen was dominant at both boards, as he was all year, and continued his fantastic post season play. C.M. meanwhile had breezed past Drury and Hyde Park in their division and it was the Tech finals all over again. English’s first year head coach, Mr. Edward Burley, had expected this and was probably studying the C.M. game films from the previous week. Ron Perry, C.Ms Head coach, came out with the same stra¬ tegy of isolating Raynor and Gaskins with Beatty and Henry in the corners of the court for alternate one on ones. Mr. Burley and the English five were ready this time as AI Robinson cut off the base line and Artie Johnson cut off the middle as they both slacked off their men to help. The English Game plan was successful. It is history now. Boston English is now the 1970 State Basketball Champion. Another undefeated team has been beaten - another by English. Probably the turning point of the game was given by unheralded Ron Williams. Ronnie being the best leaper on the team, was put in by Mr. Burley to control the taps at the opening of each quarter. In the last quarter before Ron was taken out, Gaskins stole the ball and took a 12 foot jumper which would have given C.M. the lead but Ronnie came from the other side of the court to block the shot. Artie picked up the loose ball and fed Stretch who completed a 3 point play at the other end of the court. It must also be said that Al turned in another magnificent defensive job. Paul Cohen again dominated the rebounding and scoring. Herbie played his finest game of the season and tossed in a crucial 2 pointer near the end to ice the game. Stretch as usual controlled the game from the back court and Artie scored, rebounded, played great defense, blocked shots and to say the least led English to our present number one position! Artie and Paul were chosen All-Scholastic to cap off their outstanding seasons (and deservedly so), proving English is Number One. By: L. McDonough Mm mb Mm P ' ■ ' ’I b| •V? 1 ’ - • i ty y " IV ' - — ■■• . iP j " - ' ■ ■ " V f - ljool iFamm U prom King Phillip, Wrentham, Mass. ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIXTH i s I GRADUATION OF % )t Cngltef) i tgJ) cf)ool JOHN B. HYNES CIVIC AUDITORIUM Awards ffrmnfrft at % iEngltsti Jftglj (Sraftuatum JOHN B. HYNES CIVIC AUDITORIUM Monday, June 15, 1970 AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS Edward N. Finglas Gene Lee Ronald D. Lee Thomas E. Murphy ENGLISH HIGH HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AWARDS Joseph L. Malone Award Richard M. Tobin $100.00 Joseph L. Kenney Memorial Award Eugene L. McCarthy $100.00 Thomas G. Eccles Award Albert M. Glass $100.00 Angelo Traniello Memorial Award Francis J. O’Brien $100.00 Miah J. Falvey Award Robert J. Betts $100.00 J. Clifford Ronan Award Ernest V. Gervino $100.00 Edward F. Bell Memorial Award Symeon S. Papadopoulos $100.00 Matthew J. Ruggiero Memorial Award Leo J. Fetherston $100.00 Morris S. Greyser Award Paul S. Cohen $100.00 Nicholas Zozula ' 64 Memorial Award Richard H. Sarno $100.00 WALTER F. DOWNEY SCHOLARSHIPS Hok Yee Seto $200.00 John Leung 200.00 Edward N. Finglas 150.00 Lawrence A. Garnett 150.00 Thomas E. Murphy 150.00 John J. Bishop 150.00 Kenneth D. Rothman 100.00 Peter Day 100.00 Richard Hansen 100.00 Nicholas Lefteriou 100.00 Steven J. Marino 100.00 William S. Glazer 100.00 CHARLES M. CUMSTON PRIZES Joseph T. Gallagher $200.00 Errol W. Morrison 200.00 Edward L. Weston 200.00 CLASS OF 1895 AWARD Good Citizen Awards Jon B. Sceviour $100.00 Check Siel Yu 100.00 English Award Manuel J. Angelo $150.00 CLASS OF 1906 AWARD Ken Soo Hoo $100.00 CLASS OF 1911 MEDAL Paul G. Kohler CLASS OF 1911 AWARDS Paul G. Kohler $100.00 Martin J. Carney 100.00 CLASS OF 1913 AWARD Lawrence McDonough $150.00 CLASS OF 1916 AWARD Robert P. Badavas $100.00 Paul L. Kelly 100.00 CLASS OF 1921 AWARD Richard Paul Moore $100.00 CLASS OF 1922 AWARD Robert M. Tobin $100.00 CLASS OF 1924 AWARD Lorenzo Grasso $100.00 CLASS OF 1925 AWARD Neal Braverman $100.00 Richard E. Bushee 100.00 CLASS OF 1932 AWARD Man Chi Lau $100.00 CLASS OF 1934 AWARD Richard E. Hart $100.00 AMERICAN LEGION MEDAL Edward L. Weston ART SCHOLARSHIP Dennis C. Kent $100.00 BOOK FAIR SCHOLARSHIP Stephen L. Winer $100.00 JOHN BOUVE CLAPP PRIZE Neal Thompson $100.00 VINCENT P. MORTON SCHOLARSHIP Michael A. Papas $100.00 ROWE A. GLADWIN SCHOLARSHIP Alfonso G. Blades $100.00 CHARLES J. FOX SCHOLARSHIP ELLIOTT P. FRAZIER SCHOLARSHIP Robert P. Pupi $100.00 Brian F. Ahern $100.00 Herbert C. Beatty 100.00 Arthur G. Chin 100.00 MELVIN A. SHIKES SCHOLARSHIP Ronald D. Lee $100.00 JOHN F. BURKE SCHOLARSHIP Arthur L. Johnson $100.00 MOSKOW BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP Donald R. Eagan $100.00 Frank S. Vinci 100.00 ELLIS FIELD SCHOLARSHIP Howard H. Swartz $100.00 DR. PHILIP E. MELTZER MEMORIAL AWARD Walter L. McDowell $100.00 BERNARD LANDERS AWARD Alois A. Cieplik $100.00 STANLEY GAY HYDE FITCH SCHOLARSHIP Richard Bennett $200.00 JOSEPH KAPLAN SCHOLARSHIP Leoncio A. Carrasco $300.00 CLARENCE WALKER BARRON SCHOLARSHIP Edwin J. Shanahan $200.00 CHARLES HAYDEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP John S. Kerressey $200.00 ALBERT H. WIGGIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Harold K. Taylor $200.00 NEWMAN SILBERT SCHOLARSHIP Ronald D. Lee $300.00 Ralph J. Agostinelli, Jr. 300.00 DAVID BURSTEIN SCHOLARSHIP Lawrence Kessler $400.00 WILLIAM BRACKETT SNOW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Gene Lee $500.00 UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS Junior Nicholas B. Stransky $50.00 Robert W. Pritchard $50.00 Sophomore John Tzavares $50.00 Saladin Paden 50.00 Freshman Taweh Beysolow $50.00 Yee K. Yee 50.00 Halftortorg Tonight, ladies and gentlemen, we are met here in a most joyous yet somewhat sad occasion for tonight the Class of 1970 passes, for the last time, through the portals of the English High School as the 149th graduating class. This evening, the class makes its final curtain call. Yet behind us we leave not an empty theatre and a bare stage but rather a theatre filled with friends, well- wishers, teachers who so skill-fully coached us in the drama of life and a stage forever set with colorful memories, some happy, some comic, some sad. When going from the eighth grade into our freshman year, another four years of high school seemed an eternity. Each of us must now realize the brevity of our stay at English High. In those four short years, which may prove to be four of the most important years of our lives, we were not only to sample the wisdom of the ages but we were to confront new problems of a changing social enviroment. In the last two years, our school was stru ck by students, teachers, attacked by the Weatherman and named to be che victim of every kind of scare tactic invented. And now, having had a glimpse of what lies ahead, and having seen what has already come and gone, it seems as though our high school experiences were like those of a child in kindergarten. Some of us may have already chosen our life’s ambition. Others will continue the search to find out ' Who am I?” " Where am I going?” Those of us who have established goals must work toward them to the best of our abilities at the same time, being aware of the rights and privileges of others. Those of us who haven’t yet found ourselves, must be the best we can be in whatever field of endeavor we chose to enter. Let those venerable graduates who have gone before us serve as inspirations in our struggle for achievement and inner contentment. But above all, each of us must strive to be happy. In our hands lies the key to the future. Not all of us, if any, will seek public office but almost all of us will vote. Some of us may melt away into the " silent majority” while others will be more vociferous. What¬ ever political paths we travel, let each of us be fully aware of what he says and does. It will be our minds and hands that will either reshape our society or forge a new one. It is most important that we all be informed and allow no one to deceive us. Many of us, including myself, have despaired over the long hours we spent in school learning what has gone on centuries and decades before our time. How¬ ever, there are great lessons to be learned from history. We should take kindly the counsel of the years and seek inspiration from the literary works of great authors and historians. We also should consider the works of the great artists. As the old cliche goes " A picture is worth a thousand words.” It is incumbent upon us that we listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story. " Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.” ”. . . Be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace with your soul.” In a day and age when so much of the world around us appears grim and depressing, it is urgent that each one of us have faith in something; a faith that we can turn to for strength of spirit, strength of soul, strength to continue in our never ending struggle for justice and peace in our time. It should be a faith to watch over us when we dwell in our homes and as we sleep; a faith to guide us as we travel; a faith to give us the strengths we need when we arise each morning. The most appropriate words I could find to describe these moments are the lyrics to a popular ballad: " And now the end is near And so, I face the final curtain. . .” I’ve been asked what is so difficult about saying good-bye to a pile of yellow brick and mortar. That, however, is just the point. English High is more than just a yellow brick schoolhouse. English High repre¬ sents four of perhaps the shortest, but definitely, very important years of our lives; years of learning-years of growth. She represents bonds of friendship that may physically die but will live on in the minds and hearts of all of us. She is a faculty and administration dedicated to giving students the best education it can, and to them, we are deeply indebted. To those who remain as juniors, sophomores and freshmen, we leave our sincere regards, best wishes and the same hopes for inner peace and achievement that we hold for ourselves. And so, as the class of 1970 passes from the gentle clutches of English High, some old yet familiar words ring in our hearts: " Alma Mater, tried and true, English High, our English High, etc.” Edward L. Weston Valedictorian - Class of 1970


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English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 1

1971

English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

English High School - Blue and Blue / Record Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

1976

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