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BOY, WE HAD 1963 Coach: Eugene Cassassa Co-Captains Paul Cowan Richard Bcrger Henry Devlin John Catalini James Dewire Richard Threlfall Neil Graveline Armen Harootian Players John Kendra Matt Abbott Bernard Kiernan M. John Antonio, Mgr. Thomas Lamey James Babineau Richard Lawrence David Barnicle Michael Magrone Frank Bianco Martin O ' Brien Samen Burke Patrick O ' Leary James Carroll Jeffrey Peters Robert Carter Robert Rzeznikiewicz Philip Connors George Sango Fredrick Sullivan »-!.- C ' v A •? l • ! REMEMBER . . . nipped at New Bedford . . . raised the Jolly Roger At Maritime . . . forget anything, boys? . . . from Maine in vain . . . Fal- cons splash over Castleton Willimantic wilted . . . revenge at Keene . . . stitches and taxicab . . . North Adams — the ref laid down on the job — help him up, Jim . . . soccer by the sea at Salem . . . Peters and Threlfall help bring us the flag . . . New Bedford got nipped ... we borrowed a band . . . sweat much, Dave? . . . they all were there . . . climax with Castleton . . . you can ' t win ' em all . . . the trip up was a gas . . . ■M HHB % BACK TO NATURE YOU KNOW THEY ' RE SAFE— WITH OIL HEAT WHAT— ME WORin --..-«te - FSC Soccer Team I Wins N ESC AC Title Boy, the kids did a great job this year for . . . SPIRIT . . SPUNK The Fitchburg State College soc- cer team clinched the New Eng- land State College Athletic Con- ference championship by squeez- ing out a thrilling 2 to 1 win over the visiting Plymouth State College (N. H.) booters before 250 specta- tors at Coolidge Park. The triumph gave Coach Gene Cassassa ' s combine a perfect 8-0 slate for NESCAC competition this fall, and a 9-1-1 record overall. The only loss tasted by the Falcons came in their opening contest, when they dropped a 3-1 decision to New Bedford Tech. The tie was against the Alumj clubs netted thre With the regu:.a P n finished .tho HBC bootcr ; anxiously Na- Co-Captain Dick Threlfall was the hero of the crucial game. The four-year veteran who holds down a fullback position, delivered spectacular maneuver to score the tie-breaking goal with only about a minute and a half remaining to be played. Threlfall raced up from his deep position to head wingman i Jeff Peters ' corner kick past the j bewildered Plymouth goalie. The New Hampshire team scored I first, drilling a shot by Freddy Sul- livan, FSC goalie, early in the sec- ond half. Mid-way through the | third period, Jim Babineau, center forward, evened the count when he : booted Co-Captain Dick Berger ' s i cross pass into the nets from up close. Due to the brilliant defen- sive play of the entire team, the score remained deadlocked until Threlfall ' s heady shot. The victory was particularly I sweet to Coach Cassassa and his ' boys, since they were deprived of an unbeaten league record last year in their final game by the Keene State College team. Following the game, a victory parade took place down Main street. In the evening, a dance was held at the college at which time a victory cake was presented to Coach Cassassa. . and SUCCESS L. New Bedford Tech 1-3 W. Mass Maritime 6-0 T. Alumni 3-3 W. Gorham State 5-0 W. Castleton State 2-1 W. Rhode Island Coll. 6-2 W. Willimantic State 3-1 W. Keene State 4-1 W. North Adams State 4-3 W. Salem State 4-1 W. Plymouth State 2-1 Do a good try! E. Soccer — FSC Moves Into Finals With 2-0 Win The Fitchburg State College soc- leer team is only one game away from representing New England in the National Association of Inter- collegiate Athletics Championship Tournament, to be held in Rich- mond, Ind., on Nov. 23 and 24. FSC, by registering a decisive 2 to victory over New Bedford Technical yesterday at the neutral Nichols College field in Dudley, advanced to the final round of the three-team tourney to decide the N. E. representative in the NAIA national title play. Fitchburg is now scheduled to loppose the Castleton (Vt.) State Iteam in the all-deciding contest Ifor the N. E. crown tomorrow at 2 Ion still another neutral playing [area, at Plymouth. N. H. THE LONGEST DAY , Castleton (Vt.) mNips FSC, 1-0, i IllSGa ns Soccer Bid PLYMOUTH. N. H. _ The ' W. jj£? ■■HM M I M THE LONG SEASON f ■ S +- c« 9% tr i ■ tLr ■ RK tf£! •XjUu jO ; ,, 9 NOW WE MUST EDUCATE OURSELVES. •OH UB ■M « ,,-, r k Wi 3£ r- ' Miller Hall Dorm Council Beneficiary Good order is the Foundation of all good things. Commuters Association 20 This organization shall oe known as The Student Government Association of the State College at Fitchourg. The legal representa- tive of the organizations within the Association shall be known as The Student Government Council. ARTICLE II Governing 3ody of the Association SECTION 1: The governing body of the Student Government Associa- 21 Miss Josephine Bolger Dean of Women Mr. Philip McMurray Dean of Men 22 i ■ Consider That I Labored Not For Myself Only, But For All Those That Seek Learning. Mr. James Hammond Acting President (Director of Industrial Arts) Al Mr. Frederick Luddy Assistant to the President | B» " w A ft —A 23 24 . . . the ROOT, 25 tui tf Linda Beltzcr Charlotte Berry Grace Cabral Louise Cole Carol Cornellier Joan Cotton Nancy Clewes Janice Fullonton Joanne Gould Telia Hart Constance Howlett Judith Hill Virginia Jzyk Mary Ann Kropotkin Pamela LeBlanc Lois Linden Donna Loux Sue Lystila Karen Manthorne Gloria Michalewicz Elizabeth Osborne Kathryn Paakki Marquerite Pannenter Barbara Rice Barbara Romanko June Sableski Mary Scanlon Lydia Sib a Theresa Smeriglio Gail Soucie Judith Szateh Sandra Szczygiel ( larol Tremblay Florence Turtle Sandra Valliere I linore einei Karen liken Dawn Willoilghbj Janice Zagranicznj 27 ■ rt, r Jane McGinley Norma Vieira Maryann Ramondelli Betty Miller Ellen Robinson Ginny Adams Barbara Alix Judy Baker Marie Barboza Susan Barnes Priscilla Blunsden Carol Brady Rosemary Bramante Patricia Camara Kathleen Carney Jane Carrigan Sheila Connors Irene Czekanski Vivian DeSalle Ann Dobranski Patricia Duteau Call Joan Lee Enright Sue Fairbrother Roberta Fitzmaurice Candy Gagne Patrice Gcaran Gloria Gregas Genevieve Haimila Ruth Herlihy Charlotte Iacaboni Shirley Jena Ruthann Killecn Claire LaFond Terry Lane Sandra Lemos Joan I.eSage Mar) Linehan Barbara Mandell Ruth Matthews Marilee Mayo Mirian McLaughlin Maryann Meachan Susan Medin Margarel Membrino Nancj Miller Muriel Monteiro Barbara Morgan Marj Mullahy Jean lui ph) Marj O ' Keefe Stephanie Pappas Joan Pepi l Mane Pine K.it!i Pliska Jud) Ponte Merilj n Ruuska Rachel Schectman I eslie Swanson Sail) I urner I inda I I m Naomi v eth i Maureen l It 29 Barbara Zelck Joan Gillis Margorie Buss Jo-Ann Payton Barbara Jackson Diane Angelini Judy Bator Susan Boyd Diane Brazowski Maureen Carlson Mary Jane Charves Ellie Cressotti Billic Jean Crooks Marilyn DiMassa Pauline Dow Renee Farmer Nancy Heikkil a Debbie Isles Joanne Johanneson Carol Kelly Kay Kcndrick Jean Kokko Gail Kostopoulos Carol Lague Claire I.unan Meridith McLean Janet McCarthy Marge Magner rene Mancuso Marj Jane () ' Malle Del Picard Janice Poirier Judy Powers Claire Reinhardt NOFeen Roberts Carol Rondeau Angela Rossi Carol Sehenk Susan Seniino Linda Smith Sandra Snell Joan Scares ( ami Taylor PrisciUa Taylor Ira Thomas loan Whitney 31 fS contemn studies; simple men admire them; and wise men use them. JBk Gilbert Sena IRRORW%m RACTER VUKKOK Ofc CBNKMCLEK Off No, no. Not up through! ASSOCIATION 34 Jack the Shol Say aggghhhh. BoKhoi needs you, Ken. 35 CJ ■a®. Early forum. -»j V 1 1 1 Li ,1 , t 91 W+ t r»M 1 - 1 r? H Bl m W » - H vl mi FORUM Gettin ' up steam. S.T.E.A.M. A Lt t " WE OU HT TO DO THIS AGAIN N EXT YEAR " $£ ;»; IN THANKFULNESS OF HEART ■ SO NOW IS COME OUR JOYFULL ' ST FEAST its 4 f ■ ■ 41 NEWMAN CLUB President: William Quill Vice President: Mary Ann Meachamm Corresponding Sec: Roberta Fitzmaurice Recording Sec: Nancy Massoni Treasurer: Herbert O ' Connor President: Gilbert Sena Vice President: Barbara Rice Secretary: Sandra Hill Treasurer: Alan Proctor STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 42 k 3 j The day is long The time is short The work is much. Fitchburg FALCONS HOCKE Y 1962-1963 46 v v The attempt and not the deed confounds us. . . . . . fifty miles in the middle of the dead winter night; money loss, hockey cost; spirit low, do they know? fifty miles in the middle of the dead winter night. And still they come; still come the glad-weary faces, come to fill the empty spaces; come to show the spirit stuck, come to get the puck — Out of there flows the current life, the dulled knife. Wait. Why do they pause? We ' ll come again. Hockey. Won 1 Lost 10 Worcester Tech. 7 FSC 5 Boston S.C. 4 FSC 2 Holy Cross 8 FSC 6 Burdett 7 FSC 4 Clark 4 FSC 7 Salem, S. C. 10 FSC 1 Worcester Jr. 7 FSC 4 Nichols 3 FSC 1 Boston S.C. 15 FSC 2 Dean Jr. 6 FSC 2 Leicester Jr. 4 FSC 2 League Scoring: Le igue Games Only Name Goals Assists Points Marineau, George 11 6 17 Marchand, Paul 6 6 Lynch, Steve 2 4 6 Babineau, James 4 1 5 Pelleticr, Jack 1 4 5 LcBlanc, William 1 2 3 Maughan, Thomas 2 2 Woodbury, George 1 1 2 Malloy, John 2 2 Dow, Richard 1 1 McEvilly, Peter 1 1 Wiitala, Ronald 1 1 Paul Johnson-goalie Pollardo, James Cowar . Caul Kcllcy, Richard Macaulaj Steve Gunzclmann, Richa rd Adams, Philip 47 •t V For then the bowstring of my spirit was not slack . . . and it grew . . . . t FLYNN - KOOKIE RUN - IT DENNETT DONE - IT SAX: HICKEY WON - IT KAMPUS VUE VOL. VIIIII NO. 222 FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE JUNE 8, 1963 MAfPUS WE S MSH M T Published by the students of the State College. Fitch- burg, Mass. Editor, William Flynn; Associate Editor. Mary Ann Kropotkin; Sports Editors. John Hickej and Virginia Adams; Feature Editor, Mary Lucas; Special Feature Editor, Dottie Robinson; Art Editor, Kathy Carney; Literary Dept. Head. Andrew De Toma; Business Manager, Mary Pankosky; Publicity Dept. Head, Carol Ryan; Assoc. Publicity Head, Kerry Shea. I acultj Advisor, Dr. Dayton Dennetl Stall: Douglas Remming, Diane Brazawskis, David Barnicle, Joan Cotton, Sandra Erickson, Marguerite Parmenter, Barbara Rice, lane Mathieu, Richard Campbell, Muriel Shankman, Ronald Gaudreau, Pa tricia Morissey, Jo nn Cechin, Stephen Hfoyl i nn Pieeieuto Inula McCarthy, Fohn Malloy, Tim Carroll. Earnie Richard in. Romano ind John ( atalini. 49 FOLK SINGERS— John H. Rath amp of Newport?; and Judith B. Ponte of Shrewsbury, both stude? Fitchburg State College and members of the glei have combined their talents for the presentation ' t songs and spirituals at student functions. Both sn John accompanies on his guitar. John is using hi ( : Creativity . . . How long a time lies in one word! J HH The Essence of Man — Roger Surrctte o C to o O ■M - — |— to c o O E Q LU CD Q O u X 3 D C CO C _Q) 2 00 O O) c LL. (D Q to O C CO CD I cz o _Q o .. »: Four Shades In Search Of A Personality s, s aps her ruler against the palm of fc U H U o The entire action occurs atop the head of a senior, who. despite her valiant efforts to concentrate on a professor ' s lecture, has fallen asleep for three minutes. The owner of the head is a sweet, but slightly scatter- brained girl, one of the many who are dispatched to college to make something of themselves or at least capture husbands. SETTING: Complete darkness, then gradual illum- ination until a subdued glow exposes a shadowy jungle of entangled hair, each strand of which is more than twenty-feet long and the thickness of a telephone cable. The hair-forest fills the entire stage, except for a niche of open space, probably a bald spot. Standing alone in this enclosure is a twenty-year-old girl, dressed in a child ' s pinafore, holding a jump-rope, and sucking her thumb. About her float snowflakes of dandruff shook loose from gently swaying hair-trees. In the background, within the forest, a more vio- lent movement of the trees can be discerned, together with the sight of an explorer ' s helmet bobbing its way toward the open circle. From the same direction comes the sharp sound of a wooden ruler striking flesh. Reciter ' s Voice: (an omnipresent monotone) " What are the roots that clutch, what branches grow out of this stony rubbish? " Mother, whose balloon-body resembles the rotound proportions of the Venus of Willendorj, enters the circle and dusts off her helmet. For the moment eclipsed by her gigantic companion is the Spinster, a tall, thin line, with purple eye — circles behind silver — rimmed spectacles. Mother: Cbreathless, her monumental frame heaving •vith all the imprcssiveness of an ocean swell) Don ' t you ever want to press something warm and alive against your body? Spinster I believe that there are ideals other than motherhood to which a female may aspire. In addi- tion, my vocation provides me with many children, not to fondle surely, but to straighten and to strengthen. (For en her hand) Reciter ' s Voice: " The vilest abortionist. " Mother: Well, I can ' t see how a young woman can— (noticing pinafore girl) What have we here — an elf- baby? What is your name little girl? Lost Girl: (continuing to suck her thumb, speaks out of the corner of her mouth) I don ' t know who I am, Mam. I ' m lost. Mother: (caressing her) A delightful, lovely child. Spinster: (shivering) I, too, was once a child. Reciter: Adolescence, the transitional years, is marked by mental, emotional, and physical upheavals. A cur- ious glandular activity results in a temporary loathing for one ' s parents and other representatives of author- ity, the discovery that God no longer dwells in the sky, and an acute case of idealism. Handle with caution. Relative ' s Echo: The disrespect that children nowa- days display toward their elders is a terrible, terrible disgrace. What they all need is a good spanking, that ' s what I say. This voice comes from a stump, possibly a black- head, on the periphery of the circle and has the hal- low tone of sound resonating in an empty barrel. Rebellion ' s Voice: (screaming from background) You can say anything you like. I don ' t care. I ' ve got a right to be free, and I ' m going to do what I want. On the last word, Rebellion bounds into the circle, brandishing a sword and wearing the masculine mask of angry Rebellion. Yet, he has the white wings of Freedom, and with a moment ' s change of masks, he| can transform into his feminine counterpart. Spinster: How very unseemly of you, young man. Go back out and re-enter in a manner befitting a gentle man. Mother: (giggling) I think he ' s kind of cute. Freedom: (having donned the elongated mask with the Madonna expression of melancholy, flutters her wings) But, I wish so much to soar 54 Spinster: So do I, but what should happen if everyone were to do just as they wished? (ruler crack) No, there must be rules for an orderly society. Relative ' s Echo: Besides, you ' ve got to work for what you want. Get established first, then soar later on your easy-payment, layaway insurance plan. Receiter ' s Voice: " Provide, provide. " Mother: You should be ashamed of yourself, young lady, wanting to go flying about like a regular Peter Pan, instead of settling down to marriage and a fam- ily, as a decent girl should. Relative ' s Echo: Go to college and find yourself a nice boy. Mother: Do you want to end up being an old — oh, 1 beg your pardon. Spinster: Quite alright, although I could hardly dis- agree with you more. I understand a girl ' s dreams, visions of freedom, of travel, and of self-fulfillment. Look at me, for example — Reciter ' s Voice: " Come gaze with me upon this dome of many colored glass . . . " Spinster: As a young woman, my one ambition was to someday climb a rocky hill in Greece that I once had seen in a photograph. Cracked white marble, sun- light glistening blue ocean. And in only six more years, I ' ll have enough money to go with a group of the girls. A two week tour through Europe, seeing all the im- portant landmarks, and at a special group rates too. (She pauses and shivers.) Reciter: " I have measured out my life with coffee spoons. " Spinster: (recovering from her reverie) So you see, my dear, one must plan ahead and work patiently toward one ' s dream. Deep tolling of a large, iron bell. Lost Child: (taking her thumb from her mouth and cowering) What ' s that noise? Mother: (stroking her hair) Don ' t be frightened, pretty little one. It ' s only a bell ringing the time. Spinster: I suspect, a school bell ending classes. Lost Girl: No, not yet. Rebellion: (coming to his sense, and having masked, snarls as he hobbles offstage, vainly flapping his flaccid wings and making tiny leaps) I don ' t care what you say. I ' m going to fly. I ' m going to. I ' m going to. Reciter ' s Voice: " Who pulls me down? " Spinster: Poor, wounded bird. Echo of Relative: What a silly, vain creature it was. Spinster: (approaches stump) I don ' t think I like you, and I never realized that before. Bell tolls again and continues to ring until the end of the play. Lost Girl: (clutching Mother ' s dress) Make it stop. Spinster: That can ' t be done, (ruler clap) Best to face up to it, and hope all turns out well, (exiting) Good luck. Reciter ' s Voice: (against background of momentarily louder toll) " HURRY UP PLEASE ITS TIME. " Lost Girl: But I don ' t want to go. Mother: I ' m afraid you must. Lost Girl: (trying to lose herself between the twin bal- conies of this massive facade) Please stay with me. Mother: (smiling, but breaking her embrace) No, I ' m sorry, but I ' ve got to be off. (exiting) I must create some children, you know. The Lost Girl, sticking her thumb back into her mouth, attempts to follow Mother, but she is repulsed by the undergrowth. Then, going over to the stump. Lost Girl: (whining) Please, please help a little lost girl. The stump gurgles and rumbles, then pops, erupting a lava of foamy custard. Reciter: " HURRY UP PLEASE ITS TIME. " The Lost Girl runs around the circle, seeking an opening, but she is repulsed by the growth each time, while the Reciter keeps (.(noting in same monotone. " HURRY UP PLEASE ITS TIME, " and the scene blacks out. 55 SO PASSETH, IN THE PASSING OF A DAY OF MORTAL LIFE, THE SEED, THE ROOT, . . . the LEAF . . . ■ « ■ rfft Petal Pushers Arm ' n arm % ♦4 Lucia and Napoleon O ' Brien and the King ' s court DLL a Formrv V I lie K nal ( ouplc Queen Pauline Pappas km: ' imen Harootian " What ' s this . . . Made in Japan? " " Plato says . lightly turns to thoughts of . . •MJSIhR Kcllehcr! " 62 Zap! Extra-curricular LOVE THAT TRAINING! Recess time ... or Buss(t). ■ r r " Now look . . . you and Gilberg have got to get al »nj 63 M i ' lier did not write that for me! " One page nor one book can ever be enough to express our gratitude and love to our four-year foster parents. We have so many memories behind us — paper snowrlakcs stowed away in your class- rooms for our first college dance, the way you guided us and calmed our fears through that hectic first year, meeting after meeting in Mr. Thomas ' s room to plan our sophomore weekend, class meet- ings having a smaller attendance, the big controversy over tuxedos for the Junior Prom (how you straightened us out, Miss Antila!), the big vote and the right de- cision, our senior suppers, the biggest show of all because it was our last, the trophy case, — thank you is not enough to say. You have given us the kindness and understanding which helped so much to carry us through our growing pains. How- ever inept our dedication on these pages may be . . . on ■m T-Ufr " . . . we ' ll write you in our Book of Memory R( n I ■ ■■■■■HMH Monster Child ALL WHISTLE-BLOWINGS AND PALAVERAGES, AND SCORES THAT READ LIKE DOW-JONES RAGES 1962-1963 BASKETBALL WON 10 Conference w estfield Rhode Island Brtdgewater Keene Gorham Boston Worcester I owe 11 W illimantic Rhode Island Boston keene Lowell Castleton Worcester Salem North Adams Play-OfTs North Adams LOST S FSC Opponent 78 88 85 99 90 89 92 81 88 116 103 86 92 81 92 73 73 77 79 92 91 107 106 79 83 73 84 82 91 79 100 105 92 91 Boston Beaten, 103-86, Johnson Tallies 40, Gillis Adds 31 More FSC Basketball — Gorham Wins As Johnson, Gillis Still Hit y V° ■ ■H FEATURE ATTRACTIONS Bay State Has Three Scorers In First Five Two From Fitchburg, One From Clark Included On List N |H t o j HHI E J 1 j i d u- I There is nothing more worth the wear of winning Than laughter and love of friends. Got any TUMS? Clod-ius Whitey in orbit. Let in the tide of knaves once more ; My cooks and V 11 provide. m Come home with me to supper . . . now let ' s go to my room . . . first a little K. P. duty and have a smoke . . . 72 ... all right, I love you; now give me an olive . . . ' fflN? ' L ' ' v . . . or to the living room to read while the maid docs the dishes. FSC Instrumental Band Newest Musical Group GLEE CLUB Wtasfrm V ' MS Are 1 ■ :» ■ Thank you for your voices Your most sweet voices. 75 HOSt s Ttea ' sutet- Ajois tf 05TS ND HOSTESSES F.I.A.A. SPECIAL EDUCATION CLUB 76 1 SPECIAL EDUCATION CLUB— President— James Quill, Vice-Prcsident- Katherine Kendrick, Secretary — Suzanne Boyd, Treasurer — Mary Charves FITCHBURG INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCI- ATION — President, John Kane; Vice-President. Matthew Abbott; Recording Secretary, Robert Al- drin; Treasurer, Donald Ryan; Corresponding Secretary, Richard Farrell ; The concious stone to beauty grew. » ' - i ■ i ■ i . « 7 ■ ' ' ' ■! ' . ' ' . ' , ' " ' i ' i. ' : I ' I ' I ' r —i I v L ' I ' I I ' I —f- I ■ VI ' t . ' ■ I . ' T ' . ' .• ' ■ • ' •■ ' •. ' ■ ' V r - t - J -. ' ■.-■:. ' .■ , ... , . ' . e - 78 SO PASSETH, IN THE PASSING OF A DAY OF MORTAL LIFE, THE SEED, THE ROOT, THE LEAF, . . . the BUD . . ■ W ' mr BASEBALL 82 ■MH Fitchburg State College Baseball Schedule 1963 April 26 Castleton, S. C. Home April 27 Bridgewater, S. C. Home April 30 Boston, S. C. Away May 3 Willimantic, S. C. Away May 8 Lowell, S. C. Home May 1 1 North Adams, S. C. Away May 14 Westfield, S. C. Home May 17 Salem, S. C. Home May 18 Keene, S. C. Away May 22 Worcester, S. C. Home May 25 North Adams S. C. Home The days that make us happy make us wise. 83 m ws uHma an ■mawMBi FROM RAGS . . 84 K no III President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Alumni Secretary Sponsor Aldrin. Robert Bacon, Charles Belk. Philip Berger. John Cucchiara, Da Id Cyganew icz, Paul Dignam, Joseph Donald Gillis Wallace Blanchard Don Rivers Richard Mullen Alva Jakola Robert Fritz Luoma, Richard Mahoney, William Mammone, Frank Manning, Robert McClure, Samuel Meade, William Navaroli, Joseph » Dolan. David Dululio. William Dumas. Kent Farrell, Charles Finnerty. Paul Gaudet. James Gillberg. Gustaf Green. Charles Heath. Robert Jalutkiewicz, John LaFortune, Francis LaRochc. Philip Lawendowski, Joseph LeBlanc, Roger IxBlanc, Timothy Newcombe, Arthur Norton, Frank O ' Connell, Robert O ' Leary, Daniel O ' Malley, Patrick Pacenka, Joseph Pare, Joseph Proctor, Alan Prokopas, Paul Sango, George Shannon, John T. Smith, Roger Stocking, Robert Turcotte, David Turner, William A majority can never replace a man. 86 - ' ■H 87 s FTP m 1 i J ; TH£ r G l V-HA WK ° m V V FORMAL li ■H VU ' -V ' W W L i I 1 r , i 88 i V 1 ■ President Vice President f :arv Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Sponsors Eric Alitalo John Anderson Richard Aubuchon Richard Berger Frank Bianco James Carroll Anthony Romano John Catalini John Hickey Jeremiah Kelleher Ronald Gaudreau Harry Semerjian and Joe Farias Bernie Kiernan Joseph Laino Thomas Lamey Richard Lawrence Patrick Lowney Steven Macaulay Wlft Timothy Carroll Philip Connors Robert Connors George Costello David Cronholm Ned Daniels John DeFusco Richard Dow Jeremiah Driscoll David Erwin Paul Flahive Hugo Galli Ronald Gamache Peter Gill Armcn Harootian John Kane Richard Kelley John Kendra Wayne Maliska Henry Manegre Emory Merrill James Noiles Kevin O ' Brien Edward Oliveira Jeffrey Peters Robert Phaneuf Paul Ralston Fred Sullivan Roger Surrette John Therrien Domenic Vergari David Waters Ronald Wiitala Michael Williamson George Woodbury A brotherhood not of words but of acts and deeds. . A ' ■ " ■Hi - ■HMH y 91 ▼ r — » ■ R? PWfc «£=-.- sr: ¥ ESOTERIC FORMAL F ■7s I f t President Vice-President Recording Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Sponsor Abbott, Matthew Austin, Bernard Auslander, Gary Baker, Kenneth Christo, James Connelly, Jerome ft a Robert Mogilnicki David Barnicle Michael Sullivan Robert Rzeznikiewicz Robert Hatch Richard Condon Magrone, Michael Majuri, Jon M. Malloy, Thomas Marchand, Paul O ' Brien, John E. O ' Connor, Herbert W. 3 rv It We few, we happy few, we band of brothers. Corbctt, Philip A. Corrcia, Anthony Doherty, James Enwright, Francis E., Jr. Fleming, Douglas Forsythe, Allan I). Goyette, Bruce Haas, William K. Hogan, John Hosford, Janus Howcroft, John C. Johnson, la nard Johnson, Paul Jones. Robert Langlois, Leonard O ' Leary, Patrick Pollard, James Quill, William (i. Rathkamp, John Regan. Steven Rolle, John J., Jr. Rooney, James Santacroce, John Santospago, Arnold Sibley, Edward Sena, Gilbert M. Simpson. I dward Sm.ui, Dalton I Jr. I hompson, Kenneth Win tries 6° 4 Moss Hart Award to College Diary of Anne Frank " I feel that spring is coming. 1 feel it in my whole body and soul. I feel utterly confused. I am longing ... so longing . . . for everything ... for friends ... for someone to talk to . . . someone who understands . . . someone young, who feels as I do . . tLLIOT NORTON, tUGENE CASASSA AND LAWRENCE LANSNER Drama Editor Makes Presentation of Moss Hart Memorial Award Play the play. i I f 96 97 FSC GOLF The game is up . . . and coming. Golf and tennis hold the revered position of the two major national sports which hold no quarter on size or age. From six to one hundred and six, from all walks of life, in every climate, they have become the royal American sports. They are also two of the most mentally taxing endeavors in athletics, and are fast receiving wide recognition on college cam- puses as inter-schol astic varsity sports . . . how about Fitchburg? Golf Mike Magrone Robert Rzeznikiewicz Paul Prokopos Paul Marchand John Kendra Dr. Holmes, Sponsor Tennis Jeffrey Peters David Proctor Alan Proctor Joe Chaisson Warren Swansen Jack Rathkamp Mr. Franciosi, Sponsor 98 FSC TENNIS 99 ■Ml A y 1 4 f - X. M -» IlJihlX f — 5 " WTi " n 1 1 ' - ' " " W} " " — ITf W5.ULT " i N Ij i aMwJHj r " 1 ; Pii pc: PLC Ua Mr g?; . S© ' ' ■ v - -- ' B Kt r? 2963 T1MCK 3- V- ■■■MM TRACK SCHEDULE 1963 April 24 Triangular Meet Lyndon-Nichols Home April 30 Rhode Island Home May 4 NAIA (New Haven) Away May 7 Triangular Meet Nichols-Rhode Island Home May 10 Lyndon (Lyndon) Away May 14 Quadrangular Meet Away Bridgewater, Framington Rhode Island May 18 NESCAC (Lyndon) Away Coach: Co-Captains: Thomas Battinelli Armen Harootian David Waters 1962 TRACK Dual Meet— Rhode Island— FSC Won Dual Meet— Lyndon, S. C— FSC Won Dual Meet— Bridgewater, S. C— FSC Lost Quadrangular Meet — FSC (Lost by V2 point) Second Final Standing— NESCAC— FSC Second " Ah, but a man ' s reach should exceed his grasp, Or what ' s a heaven for? " These words perhaps best express the theme of the sports scene that has grown and prevailed at Fitchburg for the past four years. With the exception of the hapless few who return to raise some blisters in the traditional alumni win, for we athletes who are graduating, this is the cul- minating canto, the final surge. Ours is left to reminisce. But one ' s duty is never done. So may we leave you with a legacy of spirit: ask not " What did I do? " but rather ask, " What am I doing ' ? " " What can I do? " W d W % % 1 U F s b i spokis bwqu 1 BIOGRAPHY OF A BOGIE JAUNT. What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered. - -ititi Do you like this color? Let me entertain you. 102 Didn " t want a SAX. Got a shot i i mima 32-20-36 40-24-38 Afternoon hangin ' JJjUO, Mv« aMop-apisdri Sinpesj 3j ( no i, I aeed lovim Want a sip? Try that on for size! sputtered out. ,-ffl __ , r Jt j Ep V 104 ■MMMM So passeth, In the passing Of a day Of mortal life, the Seed, the Root, the Leaf the Bud, the Flower. 105 Many methods consequential To teaching students elemental Was our first group ' s main lamental. Projects were there quite-a-few Lesson plans to write-a-few Seasonal poems to recite-a-few. Scant males found the four-year station In this female congregation But some planned for administration. Yet we ' ve found, in all events, They have shown their competence Through their steadfast diligence. ELEMENTARY 106 MHHMMMH HHI nM ROSE ANN ADDORISIO " Quiet of manner, gentle of grace. " Fitchburg Quiet parcel of fun . . . one of the Woolworth ' s girls . . . raves about Italian Renaissance . . . " what? who? " . . . pennies for post cards . . . music, food, and art . . . long, lean, likable — that ' s Rosie Newman Club MICHAEL JOHN ANTONIO Westboro " Before you can score, you must first have a goal. " Jack . . . from Witches to Falcons . . . without him, no soccer team . . . yellow and black bomber . . . " where ' s the telephone? " . . . " hey, Chickadee " . . . lost love, wonder where she is . . . " Hi, Suzy " . . . Romeo Newman Club . . . Soccer (Manager) JOSEPHINE AVENI " Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. " Leominster Jo . . . gentle and refined . . . " wait a minute, I ' m not sure " . . . obliging and cheerful . . . Christmas in July . . . " I ' m finally a senior " . . . everybody swing your partner . . . industrious and kind . . . Buick bomber Newman Club RUTH ANN BUDWI IIS " I ife i not life al all without delight. Cambi idge Bud . . . Miss Rheingold . . , over t o Priscilla ' s . . . one of the gruesome twosome . , " funniesl th . . . it ' s all over hut the memories . , . " that ' s close " . . . no doughnuts, no coffee, no napkins, no Newman Club . . . will the W make il West ' . ' Host and Hostess Club Board Newman Club . Saxifrage % v ' d , i,ti,), ' 107 MARJORIE LOUISE BUSS Leominster " Patience and shuffle the cards. " Marge . . . " now, in that last hand " . . . Boston ' s Liza Doolittlc . . . green paper collector for the Blue and Silver . . . seen with a whistle on a hockey field . . . fashion major ... a deck of cards, a pack of Winston ' s, and a thousand and one bridge rules Student Christian Association ToKalon Society (Treasurer) PATRICIA FELIX CAMARA New Bedford " Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. " Pat . . . deck the halls with red and white . . . favorite song — Feel Pretty . . . any Care packages for me? . . . " ' save me a seat, kids " . . . curly top . . . suc- cessful Social Chairman . . . tops in training Forum Club . . . Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society (Social Chairman) . . . Social Committee (Chairman) . . . Host and Hostess Club Host and Hostess Club . LOUISA CAREY " Of silver tongue and ready wit. " Fall River Reggie . . . post cards and pins . . . swim much? . . . " the literary staff needs YOU " . . . letters, I get letters ... a member of the G.D.I, club . . . tadpoles in my rollers . . . who needs a U-Haul — we ' ve got a VW! Newman Club . . . . ST.E.A.M. Dramatic Club Host and Hostess Club CAROL ANN CORNELLIER Ayer " The two noblest things which are sweetness and life. " Santa Claus . . . peeper of the pantry . . . Dristan stockholder . . . four years in Room 39 . . . green elf . . . original thinker . . . unforgettable EAA parties . . . efficient and effervescent Newman Club . . . Adclphian Society (Vice-President) . . . Host and Hostess Club (Vice-President) . . . W.A.A. (Head of Volleyball. President) . . . Dean ' s List 108 V JOAN DOROTHY COTTON Fitchburg " Good works are worth much and cost little. " Joanie . . . the Canadian Queen . . . hits those books . . . arty and industrious . . . " do you save stamps, ma ' am? " . . . always behind the wheel . . . four full years on the Kampus Vue . . . brown-eyed, bright, and bubbly Kampus Vue (Assistant Feature Editor) . . . Adelphian Society Newman Club B1LLIE JEAN CROOKS " She was ever precise and promise-keeping. " Winthrop Theme from The Apartment . . . our ambassador from the West Coast . . . Saturday night at the yacht club . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . common sense with a grain of mischief . . . dry wit . . . stacks of Bride ' s books Student Christian Association . . . Kampus Vue . . . ToKalon Society . . . Dean ' s List S.T.E.A.M. DONNA LOUISE DELAMATER " Her ways are good and loyal. " Littleton . Florida ' s finest good sport in all Ski slopes and basketball courts . . . have luggage, will travel . sports . . . cheaper by the dozen . . . sweet, sincere, special S.T.E.A.M. Newman Club YVETTE GERALDINE DUPUIS Fitchburg " Doiny little things well is a step toward doing big things heller. " Swings al the playground . . . " really? " . . . weekend worker . . . Red I alcons . . . " anybodj hungry? " . . . hep on horses . . . cats out, cats often . . . oh. those shopping trips . . . sociable, studious, swell Newman Club . . . kampus Vue •Vi iiw ' , ). [MM ELIZABETH JANE ENWR1GHT ' A uuc friend is forever a friend. Fitchburg Bette . . . " the ice cream ' s Friendly, not me, kid " . . . the other half of the gruesome twosome . . . Miss Innocence with bows ... a quarter of a spade? . . . breakfast en route ... I have not brought my specs with me Newman Club ROBERTA LUCILLE FITZMAURICE " As quiet as a lamb, but look again. " Belmont Fitz . . . slight in stature, but mighty in manner . . . " yes, but she ' s REALLY a nice kid " . . . Rec Room retreat . . . velvet ribbons for her hair . . . busy bee . . . popular operator at Horseneck . . . pretty, petite pixie Newman Club (Corresponding Secretary) . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Forum (Secretary) . . . Dorm Council (Secretary) . . . Saxifrace Board . . . Philos PATRICE HARRINGTON GEARAN Fitchburg " Lighthearted and content I wander through the world. " Pat . . . " is there a party tonight? " . . . sweet serenity . . . school daze . . . call the tow truck again . . . over- seas male . . . the happy wanderer . . . classic beauty . . . charge it . . . Kennedy ' s campaign manager Newman Club . . . Philodemic Society JOAN ELIZABETH GILLIS Leominster " Good nature and good sense must ever join. " Gill . . . " will someone give me a push? " . . . tennis pro ... a certain waterfront fireplace . . . only her hairdresser knows for sure . . . Miss A P . . . three Gillis graduates . . . North to Alaska ... a tea ToKer W.A.A. flcnnisj . . . Commuters Assoc. (Treasurer Repre- sentative, President) . . . S.G.A. (Representative) . . . Newman ( lub . . . ToKalon Society (Vice-President) 110 CHARLES EDWARD GREENE " Happy am I, from care I ' m free. " Fitchburg Charlie . . . quiet looks are deceiving . . . the devil ' s dimples ... a Fort Pond special . . . Mr. YMCA . . . what ' s with this wooden discus? . . . physical fitness fanatic . . . " Coach, may I borrow the crutches again? " Track Team . . . Gaveleer Society LINDA MARY ANN GRENIER " True to word, work, and friends. " Fitchbun Lin . . . weekends at Woolworth ' s . . . Charlie ' s com- ing after me . . . fast walker and fast talker . . . fabu- lous Frenchman . . . A Smile is Something Special . . . sports spectator . . . rings ' n things Kampus Vue . . . Newman Club MARY LOUISE HAZELL Leominster " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Mary Lou . . . titian-haired colcen . . . Brighton bus trips . . . Old Cape Cod . . . " hey, kids " . . . first grade, full speed ahead . . . " anyone got an extra deck of cards? " . . . dynamic Democrat . . . excitable, ener- getic, enthusiastic Newman Club Secretary Host and Hostess Club Senior Class r % v mi,lii)u ROBERT MARSHALL HEATH Fitchburg slow in choosing a friend, slower in changing. " Bob . . . one of the few males in elementarj . . . deep, dark eyes . . . coffee hound . . . past resident of I ort Devens . . . down to earth . . . physical fitness is his crj . . . silent and serious Forum . . . Gaveleer Society 1 1 ! ( H ARLOTTE MARY IACABONl Leominster " She is little, she is wise, she ' s a terror for her size. " Scarlet Accaboni . . . more bounce to the ounce . . . one accident too many . . . Eliot Ness enemy . . . sporty or what! . . . keeper of the animals . . . Little Iodine . . . minny, minny clothes Newman Club . . . Commuter ' s Board . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Philodemic Society (Vice-President) TATIANA JAKOWLEWA Leominster " She that was ever fair and never proud, had tongue at will and yet not loud. " Tati . . . fashion flair . . . mahogany tan ... " I wonder if Vita will make this class " . . . cute cashier . . . Tatiana what?? . . . sweet and gentle . . . unusually exotic . . . little and lively Student Christian Association STANLEY KAZOGLES Fitchburg " A cheery grin will let you in where mighty kings are barred. " Stan . . . Greek honey . . . chocolate covered ants served at Rycker ' s . . . a Y man . . . music major? . . . Greek dance fiend . . . intellectual horn rims . . . his own private secretary . . . happy-go-lucky . . . humor at its best Track Team . . . Gavaleer Society JEREMIAH THOMAS KELLEHER " He hath a heart as sound as a bell. " Canton Jerry ... the apartment . . . able Indian . . . Phil ' s pal . . . English enthusiast . . . diligent Dillonite . . . laugh and the world laughs with you . . . " who, me, nervous?? " . . . sunny, sensational, sincere Newman C lub . c lub fl reasurer) I onim flub . . . ST. F. A.M. Mohawk 112 ■ H HHI H hHHH HH GAIL LOIS KOSTOPOULOS " Her smiles are free of charge. " Fitchburg Always neat and crisp . . . infectious giggle . . . from Honky-Tonk to Chopin ... a follower of Zeus . . . permanent Toni ... as sterling as silver and true as blue Glee Club . Association 41 Host and Hostess Club ToKalon Society Student Christian «ki MARSHA ANN LANCIANI Leominster " No sinner and no saint perhaps, but the very best of chaps. " " Oh, all right " . . . 77 Sunset Strip . . . seen sewing seams, and a hairdresser ' s dream . . . Victory, Vic- tory is her cry . . . closets full of clothes . . . calm, cool, and collected Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club JOAN ANN LESAGE " Ardent prayer opens heaven. Concord Harry ... I ' m only a bird in a gilded cage . . . our Christmas present from the class of ' 62 . . . livewire, loquacious, lighthcarted . . . think I ' ll whip off the con- tacts . . . Rec-rooming it . . . sentimental second situa- tion Host and Hostess Club Society Newman Club ' hilodcmic SUSAN JANE LYSTILA Leominster I hate nobody; I am in charitv with the world. " Sue . . . Cameo complexion . . . climb anj mountain . . . elementary weeks ofl t tmpus . . . Leominster locomotive . . . ask for help bul once ... a page read is a page learned . . . soli and low Student Christian Association Hos1 and Hostess ( lub . . . Dean ' s list . . . Adelphian Society Hi ' ' i Gm 113 IRENE MARY MANCUSO Fitchburg " The da is hers who works in it with serenity and great aims. " Skilled hands glide over the ivories . . . Boston trips to the Conservatory . . . talkative, terrific, ToKalon . . . dark, curly locks . . . energetic elementary major . . . coffee hours in the Cat " . . . sings for her supper Glee Club (Secretary) Society KAREN JUNE MANTHORNE " Her mind, her kingdom; her will, her law. " Rochdale Always heard shouting VV.A.A. . . . capable, kind, and conscientious . . . RuneFs for the summer . . . sea- horses, sea shells, and she-singer . . . the perfect lady . . . popcorn, candy, and coke . . . needs a social sec- retary . . . Adelphian ' s ideal S.C.A. (Secretary) . . . W.A.A. (Board, President) . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Glee Club (Librarian) . . . Adelphian Society (President. Social Chairman) Newman Club ToKalon MARY JANE O ' MALLEY " Friendship is constant in all things. EMORY BENJAMIN MERRILL " I take things as they come — Easy. " Lunenburg Em . . . " want a lift on the ski tow? " . . . training, skiing, singing . . . basketball bouncer . . . Lunenburg love . . . Mighty Mohawk . . . humor at its best . . . " when am I going to graduate? " . . . cinder star . . . energy, elementary — Emory Basketball . . . Track . . . Mohawk Club Springfiield Jane . . . sparkle on her finger . . . quiet, but not too . . . her own corner on the porch . . . one Bud, please ... a memorable joke in the Spa . . . American Tel. and Tel. credit card . . . bottom bunk-er . . . four years with Ellie Newman Club . . . Cheerleader (Co-Captain) . . . Host and Hostess ( lub . . . Dorm ( ouncil (Secretary, Vice-President) . . . S.G.A. (Recording Secretary, Representative) 114 H HIHH HH PAULINE CLARA PAPPAS Palmer " A face that wins friends, a personality that keeps them. " Polly . . . the Greek . . . supports soccer and track . . . Spa-er . . . " you just don ' t know " . . . gentlemen prefer blondes?? ... " I don ' t look for trouble, it just seems to find me " . . . let ' s go, kids . . . Anne Frank ' s sister Newman Club . . and Hostess Club Senior years) Dramatic Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Host . . . Class Vice-President (Freshman and JO-ANN MARIE PAYTON Fall River " God hath showed his voice and the earth shall melt away. " Jo . . . known to some as Virgie . . . When Irish Eyes- Are Smiling . . . her curls are hurly burly . . . she got her man . . . Miller Hall ' s gavel banger . . . hats, hats. and more hats . . . dramatic Glee Club (Secretary) . . . Dorm Council (President) . . . Class Secretary . . . Dramatic Club . . . ToKalon Society (Vice- President) . . . Who ' s Who JEFFREY GEORGE PETERS Fitchburg " From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth. " Jelly bug . . . " how about my house? " . . . nonsense and common sense . . . smile, you ' re on Candid Cam- era . . . academy awards . . . lights, camera, action! . . . the joy of a little boy . . . do the skiis go on the VW, or does the VW go on the skiis?? Soccer . . . Dramatic Club (President) Commuters Board (Vice-President) . Club . Saxifrage Board . . . Tennis . . . Mohawk JUDITH BARRY PONTE Shrewsbury " Music is well said to be the speech of angels " l.i . . I ittle Red ( aboose . . gale . . . pretty, peppy, poised . . . one morning I woke up and . . . no need for a panic button . . . " I ' m so mixed Up!! " the Philo ' s nij . . Mutt and JefT found I was famous . . meticulous miss Student Christian Association iSccretarO 1 1 iIm.im.ih Madri tal) . . . Philodemie Society Club r Hh v %Ktl, u 115 ELLEN RUTH ROBINSON All the World ' s a stage. " Colonel A.B.B. . . . docs he? . pro skin diver . . . Sugar Ray the needle points to Norwich . house Chelmsford mustard bomb . . . . always true?? . . . Pacific Street Pent- Host and Hostess Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. (Treasurer, Secretary, Financial Committee) . . . S.G.A. . . . Philodemic Society (Corresponding Secretary) SANDRA ELAINE SNELL Leominster " There is always a woman at the beginning of great things. " Sandy . . . TK s girl Friday ... ski bum . . . roses in her cheeks, a twinkle in her eye . . . never a wasted moment . . . striking blonde . . . " like, man! " . . . " shall we take the scenic route?? " S.C.A. . . . W.A.A. (Field Hockey) . . . Commuter ' s Board (Secretary) . . . Dean ' s List . . . ToKalon Society JEAN CAROL (SOULE) SOBOL " Lovely to look at, even nicer to know. " Fitchburg A new housemother . . . Mickey . . . Zoo Parade in the parlor . . . future Mrs. America . . . who needs peroxide? . . . substitute teacher . . . " when ' s the next Senior Supper? " ... a touch of mischief in a quiet way Student Christian Association LESLEY ELLEN SWANSON " There never was a saint with red hair. Leominster The Lez ... a Philo down to the roots of her hair . . . " grilled cheese, Joe " ... an occasional pause . . . " I ' m broke again! " ... ' 63 and a half or bust! . . . " well, my mother said " . . . sells pins half price . . . super sincerity Newman ( lub . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Philodemic Society S.T.F.A.M. 116 iHHHH HH ■BHi HELEN AGNES TAAV1TSAINEN Gardner " The years teach much which the days never know. " Mother Was a Freshman . . . Liberace ' s teacher . . . training without methods courses? . . . scholarship, sophistication, serenity . . . " don ' t worry, you ' ll make it " . . . merits merit . . . " is Mr. Shepherd offering an elective? " Dean ' s List . . . Who ' s Who PRISC1LLA ANN TAYLOR " Variety is the mother of enjoyment. Fitchburg TK ' s own Gilbert and Sullivan . . . always in a tizzy ... an enviable average . . . those giggling spells . . . a mind of her own . . . so-low singer . . . In Old Wachusett ' s Shadow Glee Club (Madrigals, Secretary, Vice-President) . . . S.C.A. Board . . . Hand . . . Dean ' s List . . . Who ' s Who I okalon Society NANCY JARVELA TREMBLAY Leominster " Well timed silence hath more eloquence than speech. " Nance . . . " Joey says " . . . big baby shower . . . prefers to listen than to speak . . . elementary ' s own little mother . . . Susan ' s shadow . . . quiet Mrs. . . . oh, those elcctivcs! . . . cafe at the Caf Kampus Vuc . . . Host and Hostess Club VITA MARIE TRODELLO " Her heart is l rue .is steel. " Fitchburg Pep, personality .mil wit; each ' ' I these exactly lit . . . Kip Van Winkle . . . Tab ' s tag-along . . . bizy, bizy, bi y day . . . this predicament must be predicated . . , " I ' ll be late for the play " Newman Club . . Dramatic ( lub . . . Kampus Vue Commuter ' s Board (Representative, Secretary) mw ' idhM 117 NAOMI ANN WETHERBEE ' I can build castles in the air. ' i n . un joiin yyai konln Lunenburg " He was so generally civil that no one thanked him for it. " Ed . . . " when are we going to have a training party? " . . . news maler for Newman Club . . . diligence and determination . . . summers at Lunenburg D.P.W. . . . a quiet guy . . . always so neat, charming in manner, he ' s a pleasure to meet Newman Club . . . Dean ' s List . . . Logos Society (Vice- President) North Grafton Ni . . . it ' s nice to be natural when you ' re so naturally nice . . . flees every Friday night . . . " hey kids, let ' s go someplace " . . . Dick . . . " the hope chest LOOKS like mahogany " . . . it ' s apple blossom time Student Christian Association . . . . Philodemic Society Host and Hostess Club BARBARA ANN ZELCK Lexington " Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul. " Zelckie . . . " anyone have any food? " . . . seen driving a blue taxi . . . prim and proper but look at me now . . . My Heart Belongs to Daddy . . . Madame Pres- ident . . . Known by all and liked by all . . . Lady Zelck Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Financial Committee . . . S.G.A. (Representative) . . . ToKalon Society (President) My name is Wes and I am lost, My daddy is Industrial Arts; But daddy has so many childs That ' s how you find me in the wilds Of Elementary. My name is Battles and I ' m split-up, My picture ' s here but not my write-up. But if you ' ll look beyond instead To the section with no heads You ' ll find my commentary. 118 M mmhh hhh hi Please consider a group most single, Which seldom lets its classes mingle With those that use not board nor shingle. To make their teaching more illustrious They labor in the Arts, Industrious And teach disposal of sawdustrious. By keeping up their pertinent data And other recent relevant matta. They raise their intellectual stata. Whether teaching or industry Receive their talents, regardlessly, We know they ' re surely bound to suceed. INDUSTRIAL ARTS iy IR1C AL1TALO " He dabbles in evervthini from athletics to love. Fitchburg Private swimming pool . . . warms up the front steps . . . Don Juan . . . drawing major? . . . always thirsty ... do your knuckles hurt, Eric? . . . where were you after the Gav-Hawk? . . . " are you serious? " . . . chiseled features S.C.A. . . . S.T.E.A.M. Club JOHN ANDERSON " Life without mirth is a lamp without oil. " Fitchburg Jackie . . . not a chip but a boulder on his shoulder . . . " got a cigarette, George? " . . . Kookie ' s boy . . . sharp Chevie . . . ' " there ' s a party tonight, kids " . . . the unit???? . . . Tarzan in the Jungle . . . Monday war blues Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Mohawk Club Industrial Arts Club . . . Mohawk JAMES PETER CHRISTO " Better late than never. " RICHARD ARTHUR AUBUCHON Lunenburg " A sense of humor gets you out of many a tight spot. " Aubie . . . rolling stone . . . seen with Jack, Jim, and Wes . . . gun-ho Guard . . . nomad to Lunenburg . . . Missed his calling — should have been a cello . . . Aubie at the O.B. ... off the cuff comments . . . love those whirly bird rides Newman Club Dramatic Club Mohawk Club Worcester Jim . . . " wherc ' s Enwright? " . . . capitalist Albanian . . . " there ' s a meeting tonight, if you don ' t go they can ' t throw you out " ... to the Hill . . . Greek folk dancer . . . " my treat " . . . loves living with relatives . . . Monte ' s brother Newman Club . . . S.C.A. . . . F.I.A.A. . . . Esoteric Socie ty 120 ■H BU PHILIP ANDREW CORBETT " Leisurely taking his time through life. " Ouincy Andy . . . gentlemen prefer blondes . . . back to Quincy . . . " now listen up, kids " . . . timeless . . . candy man . . . space patrol . . . good natured, easy going . . . one of the five " Capers " Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Senior Class Treasurer . . . Esoteric Society DAVID ALAN CRONHOLM " Men of few words are the best of men. Shrewsbury Dave - Douglas - Ernest - Oliver Cromwell- — -take your pick . . . Sunday night dates . . . stereo hound . . . always plugging Spags . . . man behind the camera . . . English Major??? . . . magazine maniac . . . those jokes you tell? . . . new senior on second deck Student ( hnstian Association Mohawk Club JAMES JOSEPH DEWIRE " Here I am and here I stay. " Brookline Jim . . . that ' s De-wire Vz of the fullback trio . brad pusher deluxe . . Uncle Sam needs YOU frequents the " library " . . . . seven year veteran . " but, your Honor!!! " 230 pound weakling? . . . North Street chef red convert Newman Club . . . Basketball . . . Soccer . . . Hockey Dramatic Club . . . Men ' s Intramural Board CHARLES MATHEW DI PIETRO " A sense of humor is the s;i It of life. " Methuen Chuck . . . p. irking lot attendant . , . two dabs hooked him . . . sophomore mystery ride . . . mechanic mania . . . both dean ' s lists . . . " u here ' s Haas ' . ' " . . . how did the Cadie hubcaps get on the green Chevie wagon? . . . energetic bundle Neu man Club sll l Dean ' s I isl 121 RICHARD LOUIS DOUCETTE ' smile for each, a friend to all. " Sterling Dick . . . pipe smoker . . . family man ... a lot of Army brass . . . late starter . . . distinguished daddy . . . " at least my ties aren ' t three inches wide " . . . old soldiers never die Fitchburg Industrial Arts Association FRANCIS BERNARD ENWRIGHT JR. Fitchburg " If you do the best and the most you can today, don ' t worry about tomorrow. " Fran . . . lean, lanky, late . . . boards buses for Law- rence . . . " where ' s Betty? " . . . coffee hound . . . casual commuter . . . the Esquire look . . . " don ' t you wish everybody did? " . . . usually out of cash . . . grocery carrier Newman Club (Treasurer) Secretary ) Esoteric Society (Recording HUGO JOSEPH GALLI Worcester " Why take life seriously? You ' ll never get out of it alive. " Always a laugh and a half . . . " my name — " . . . pernicious piranha . . . " there stands the glass " . . . Stan Getz, Jr. . . . steamer . . . looked up to by all his students . . . " here ' tis " . . . Dance Ballerina Dance Newman Club . Mohawk Club . F.I.A.A. RONALD JOHN GAMACHE Springfield " A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find. " Ronnie . . . the captain . . . geologist . . . " got any spare 9 " . natural habitat — any dance floor . . . only car on campus old enough to vote . . . ballistics expert . . . need a bus ticket? ... off to Maryland Host and Hostess Club (President) . . . F.I.A.A. . . . Fpsilon I ' i [ au (President) . . . Mohawk C lub S.T.E.A.M. (President) 122 m HH l B Ba B DONALD FRANCIS GILLIS Leominster " A talent for producing effect in what he says or does. " Don . . . waterfront waiter . . . where were you at the senior supper?? . . . Gav wheel — wields the gav . . . free dancing lessons . . . robin red vest . . . theatre guild F.I. A. A. . . . Gaveleer Society (President) KENNETH HAYWARD GOOLEY " Although you can ' t hear me, I am here. " Fitchburg Ken . . . quiet family man . . . salt and pepper hair . . . the old philosopher ... " I have discipline no problems " — meanwhile back at the " jungle " . . . " I ' ll have to check with my wife " . . . resides with the elite S.T.E.A.M. WILLIAM KENT HAAS Warwick R.I. " So much to do, so much undone, and nothing here can spoil my fun. " Bill . . . who needs sleep? . . . Bill ' s I. A. lab on third deck ... his goal — Warwick, R.I. to F.S.C. in an hour . •. . V8 ' s standard equipment in the dorm??? . . . " ME — procrastinate?? " . . . room service . . . " where ' s my crash helmet? " S.T.F..A.M. Esoteric Society ARMEN PETER HAROOTIAN Worcester " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Turk . . . Harool . . . tends to be athletic . . . laughs at the righl time all the time , . . man birthdays each year . . . camel jockey . . . " wanna see my tro- phies ' " . . . sleeps in the phone booth . . . still work- ing (Mi the trophj cabinet ... 4 year prexj Newman lub . . S.CA F.I.A.A. ... S.T.E.A.M . . . Soccer . . . Track . . . Basketball . . . Class President . . . Mohawk Club i I reasurer) : JON MATTHEW MAJUR1 " It is a quiet worker who succeeds. ' JOHN PAUL KANE " The best men are those of few words. " Worcester La Scala . . . one of the mushroom boys . . . nice legs . . . LA. organizer . . . Hugo ' s buddy . . . burns the midnight oil . . . master craftsman . . . strong, silent type . . . seen but not often heard . . . nice ' n neat Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. (Vice-President) . . . F.I.A.A. (President) . . . Golf . . . Dean ' s List . . . Mohawk Club Quincy That ' s spelled J-O-N- . . . Indian Ink . . . " Del ' s mother gave me this sweater " . . . soft spoken and softball . . . pen portrayals . . . Handsome Hercules . . . son, don t go sketch the Indians Dorm Council Esoteric Society Dean ' s List . . . Saxifrage Board FRANK JOHN MAMMONE Fitchburg " The wisest man is he who does not think he is. " Chip . . . " that roof won ' t hold me " . . . short pants and kicking toes . . . my friend done left me . . . lazy lounger . . . he ' d rather a Muriel . . . Whalom worker . . . who needs fire and theft on cars?? . . . training count down Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. Dean ' s List . . . Gaveleer Society Soccer . Track PETER FRANCIS McEVILLY, JR. " Worry never does a man any good. " Clinton Pete . . . Maechiavelly . . . " will training interfere with my catching? " . . . furrowed brow . . . practice makes perfect?? . . . patient ping pong player . . . the pent- house . . . summer Drummer Hockey . . . F.I.A.A. . . . Baseball 124 i BiBH HENRY JOSEPH MANEGRE Springfield " If laughter be a crime a master criminal he would be. " Hank . . . definite weekend commuter . . . shop fee collector . . . closets full of white shirts . . . slightly red Merc . . . " Managerie " . . . Whalom wheel . . . " class ends at twelve " . . . Hank Hawk Newman Club Track (Manager) . . . Mohawk Club HERBERT WILLIAM O ' CONNOR Lunenburg " The day that makes us happy makes us wise. " Herb . . . shutterbug . . . dull ' 49 Cad . . . Bedford sub . . . portable starter cables for rent . . . coffee maker — doughnut buyer . . . usually seen in the back room . . . " how ' d those pictures come out " . . . always making comments Newman Club (Treasurer) . . . F.I. A. A. . . . Dramatic Club JAMES JOHN POLLARD " Time elaborately thrown away. " Newburyport Jim . . . Chevy heirloom . . . Mister Pollard . . . FSC ' s Lloyd Bridges . . . for custom built stereos, see Jim . . . flat bottom ties . . . why go to the hill when the hill comes to you ... a dubber Newman Club . Esoteric Society Forum Club (Treasurer) . . . Hockey WILLIAM GORDON QUILL " None but himself can be his parallel. " Newbun port Hill . . . busy boy . . . ' " whoosh " . . . likes those nurses . . . the pillar of Newman Club . . . zap . . . " would all those people wanting ridc meet mil in front of the Spa " . . . known to some as Gordon . . . Quill fills the bill . , . " in this modern technocra Newman Club (President) . . . Dean ' s List . . Lo Societ) (Treasurer) . . . Who ' s Who . . . Epsilon Pi Tau (Secretary) . . . Forum (Vice-President) . . . Esoteric Societj 125 DONALD N. RYAN " time to keep silent, a time to speak. " Manchester Don . . . Manchester-by-the-sea . . . Scotch and Soda . . . cedar hope chest ... go Navy . . . kept the boys in stitches . . . rye an ' — at the senior supper . . . " what do they serve for supper on Friday nights! " . . . Friday fleer Student Christian Association . . . F.I. A. A. . . . Dean ' s List ROBERT EDWARD RZEZNIKIEWICZ Ware " A good sport, a good friend; what else counts in the end. " Rez . . . voted least durable soccer player . . . one of Jose ' s boys . . . Rznn-Rznk-Rnzz-Robert . . . unpinned girls are hard to find . . . you ' re from Ware? . . . hole in one . . . one of the brothers-pi Newman Club . . . Soccer . . . Golf . . . M.I.B. (President) . . . Dorm Council . . . Esoteric Society (Treasurer) GILBERT MICHAEL SENA " And all shall look up to him. " ARNOLD FRANK SANTOSPAGO Framingham " The mirror of all courtesy. " Arnie . . . Spargo . . . " may I light your cigarette? " . . . oh — those eyes . . . love that color . . . likes bucket seats?? . . . can ' t go to three meetings at once . . . owns a sweater store . . . " we train our pledges " . . . what kind of name is that? Glee Club (Madrigals) . . . Band . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . F.I. A. A. . . . Newman Club . . . Saxifrage Board . . . Esoteric Society Easthampton Gil . . . farmer . . . Gilbear . . . any pertinent data? . . . lefty pope ... " I wasn ' t asleep " . . . Burbank advocate . . . you old dubbcr ... a Maryland boy . . . that big bass viol . . . daddy long legs Glee C lub . . . Band . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . S.C.A. (President) I psilon Pi Tau . . . Esoteric Society 126 Hb Hb HH ■iHHm DALTON EDWARD SMART JR. Quincy " So much one man can do who does both act and know. " Bud . . . another Maryland boy . . . LA. all the way . . . cars are nothing but bad luck . . . " how about this for the Curriculum Lab? " . . . manager of the bar-snack bar . . . likes room inspection?? . . . MayJ ' s doll-ton Newman Club . . . Dorm Council (Treasurer) . . . Who ' s Who . . . Dean ' s List . . . Logos Society . . . Epsilon Pi Tau (Vice-President) . . . Esso RICHARD THRELFALL Fitchbur " " Some think the world was made for fun and frolic; and so do I. " Dick . . . family man ... fly boy . . . car of many colors . . . that old black magic . . . remember Will- amantic? . . . " LA. is here " . . . monotone of the full- back trio . . . Treefall . . . Orrin ' s Health Bar . . . Friday night soccer curfews Soccer (Co-Captain) S.C.A F.I. A. A. DAVID FREDERIC WATERS " Man is made for action. " Agawam Dave . . . Rebel ... the premiere . . . " let ' s keep the noise down " . . . Ohio speedster ... " I just ordered a dozen ping pong balls " ... ex J.V. star . . . little blue bag . . . " are you kidding me? " S.C.A. . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . F.I.A.A. (Vice-President) . . . Dorm Council (President) . . . Track . . . Mohawk Club GEORGE THOMAS WOODBURY ' Monev can be lost in more ways than one. " Warwick. k Hockey ace . . . Maverick . . . runs to Rhode Island . . . card shark . . . president! ol the Mushroomers . . . casual attire . . . tints to the Rock ... I would burj myself without Camay . . . George has none to the Jogs Hockey . . . Golf . . . Mohawk ( lub 127 Now we ' ll meet a group complexious With fewer of the female sexious, Which makes the group much less perplexious. Members of the secondary Have majors that so much do vary Their group is quite extraordinary. Their experience in training Showed success without explaining Worries that were still sustaining. In all probability They ' ll show their capability Through intellectual agility. SECOND AR Y 128 ■■■H H g PRISCILLA MUNSON BENNETT " Nothing hinders me or daunts me. " Fitchburg Tillie the torch singer . . . our favorite mother . . . " Dr. Dean says " ... the outdoor look . . . that summer in Europe . . . war nurse . . . personality plus . . . all things come easy . . . swimming, skiing, studying JOHN PATRICK BERGER " The good and wise live quiet lives. Chelmsford Jack ... is it Berger or Berger? . . . enjoys senior suppers and training parties . . . spaghetti lover . . . scientifically significant . . . wears a path to Chelmsford . . . see the U.S.A. in your Chevrolet Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Gaveleer Society RICHARD PAUL BERGER " The will to do, the soul to dare. " Fitchburg Muffin . . . flies through the air with the greatest of ease . . . goose bumps . . . the Filthy Five ' s fearless " fellow " . pin? " . . . Friar Tuck . short climb to Hungry Hill . . . " what that ' s what little boys are made of . . . Newman Club . . . Soccer . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . Saxifrage Board . . . S.G.A. (Representative) . . . Mohawk Club GRACIETE MARIA CABRAL " The secret of success is constancy to purpose. " New Bedford Gracic . . . Palmer ' s punctual president . . . steady Eddie . . . April in Portugal . . . " New IJadford " . . . effervescent elf with a golden halo . . . course in note- writing offered . . . goodness, grace, greatness Saxifrage Board . . . Dorm Council (President) . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Newman Club . . . Dean ' s List . . . Who ' s Who . . . Adelphian Society 129 JOHN PAUL CATALINI Ashby " He was a man; take him for all in all, I shall not look upon hiN like again. " Cat . . . Castro of Secondary . . . soccer in the summer . . . " my leetle scheeken " . . . first man of the Filthy Five . . . always a grand entrance (crash) . . . " shut up " . . . dungarees and sweatshirts . . . necessary in- gredient for class of ' 63 . . . holds philosophy of Alfred E. Newman Dramatic Club . . . Baseball . . . Basketball . . . Soccer (Co- Captain) . . . Saxifrage (Editor) . . . Mohawk Club (Vice- President) PHILIP MICHAEL CONNORS West Springfield " He has a spirit calm and high, ready to do and swift to try. " Phil . . . that little ole wine drinker — me! . . . quite a catch but a sly fish . . . ambling bombshell . . . the Bull . . . pickles ' n pumpkins . . . splinters from the bench . . . Master Chef in tepee . . . Casey at the Bat . . . spirit, sports, and so sincere Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Soccer . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Class Treasurer . . . Mohawk Club (Secretary) Saxifrage Board (Business Manager) ELENA ANN CRESSOTTI Springfield " Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. " Ellie . . . not an enemy in the world . . . poses for Metrecal ' s " after " ads . . . " would you believe it? " . . . typical Toke . . . sophisticated lady . . . two off- campus addresses Newman Club . . . S.G.A. (Secretary) . . . Class Secretary . . . Financial Committee . . . Cheerleader (Co-Captain) . . . ToKalon Society ANDREW ANGELO DETOMA Worcester " Truth is the highest thing a man may keep. " Andy . . . philosopher of sorts ... to be an author — a dream to be conquered . . . soft spoken, serious, and sedate . . . the morality of our informative media? . . . Mr. Rhinehart " s right-handed man . . . dares to differ Forum (Treasurer) . . . Kampus Vue (Literary Editor) . . . Who ' s Who . . . Newman Club . . . Assembly Committee 130 HH ■■■ HHH B HB b HhHDHI DAVID MICHAEL DOLAN Ayer " There is such a choice of difficulties that I am myself at a loss how to determine. " Dave . . . Coach Elliot ' s boy . . . " are you still using that greasy kid stuff? ... the Little Club . . . flying down to Flynn ' s . . . " you missed a good party, Mr. McNaney " . . . gregarious Gav . . . cracks a mean bat Newman Club . . . Baseball Gaveleer Society (Secretary) PAULINE MARA DOW " Ready for fun at any time. " Salisbury Polly . . . Salisbury swimmer . . . speedy coffee breaks at the Spa . . . part of the Hampton surf . . . from beds to bugs . . . tall Toke . . . " got a match? " . . . always ready with a quick comeback ToKalon Society PATRICIA ANN DUTEAU Gardner " The spoken word is silver, the unspoken gold. " Pat . . . white blazer, red emblem . . . Madame Curie . . . Where the Boys Are ... a well beaten path from Gardner . . . peaches and cream complexion ... " I don ' t swing a mean paddle! " . . . sincerity, honesty, loyalty Student Christian Association . . . S.T.E.A.M. Society Philodemic DOUGLAS ALFRED GELINAS Athol " To know how to hide one ' s ability is a great skill. " Doug . . . chesirc cat smile . . . quietly intelligent . . . King of Pizza Palace . . . left Hapsburgs for anthropods . . . orderly, diligent worker . . . books, cameras, and records . . . light for first in final tall) Logos Society . . . Dean ' s List lf GUSTAF GARY G1LLBERG Leominster " Fun and ninth hidden behind a quiet manner. " Gary . . . Gillberg and Navaroli — partners in erime . . . " Bita " . . . often seen with a rod or driver . . . roots for an oversized New York football team . . . studious Swede . . . mathematician in cards and a card at mathematics Student Christian Association . . . Dean ' s List Society Gaveleer CHARLES WILLIAM HARDY, JR. " ' Good nature smiles on his face. " Leominster Chuck . . . the man that nose . . . " egad!! " . . . Chuck-Ie is my name . . . THE geography major . . . camping at Oak Bluffs . . . still reads Donald Duck . . . Russell ' s only disciple . . . nervous energy in motion . . . " down with Harvard and the fluoridators " . . . master of the royal flush Student Christian Association (La out Editor) Forum . . . Saxifrage Board RITA JOYCE (WHITMAN) HEON " Witty to talk with, pleasant to know. " Fitchburg Joyce . . . " Les says " . . . those happy Harvard hours . . . mighty mind, helpful heart ... the name is Heon . . . " do we have time for a cigarette? " . . . wit and witticism . . . " cards, anyone?? " . . . literary creativity Kampus Vue . . . Saxifrage Board (Literary) JOHN CLIFFORD HOWCROFT Fairhavcn " I do not argue with a word you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it. " Believes in freedom of the press . . . father of Forum . . . lucky off-campus trainee . . . " let truth prevail " . . . persuasive debater . . . tea totaler . . . energetic politician orum (President, two years) . . . Assembly Committee . . . Kampus Vue (Co-Editor) . . . Dramatic Club 132 I HHHB B JOHN WAYNE JALUTKEWICZ Gardner " Those that accomplish most make the least noise. " Combined interest in puck and tee . . . cool cover to a warm book . . . the science of cards . . . jinx of the Gardner links . . . what was that name again?? . . . his smile unlocks many doors S.T.E.A.M. . . . Golf . . . Gaveleer Society PHILIP ARTHUR LAROCHE Fitchburg " You must scale the mountains if you would view the plain. " Phil . . . Cro-Magnon man . . . chilly Corvet . . . that Ipana smile . . . man of the world . . . " being a math major, SIR!! " . . . the big twister . . . poised and pro- fessional Gaveleer Society TIMOTHY JAMES LEBLANC " He ' s but a giant in disguise. " Gardner Timmy . . . size maketh not the man . . . jokes, cokes, and books . . . " projected " himself in training . . . theatrical inclination . . . Shep ' s pal . . . grand slam! . . . one of the Gav ' s Kingston Trio Gaveleer Society (Alumni Secretary) WILLIAM LLOYD LEGAY " Quiei and unassuming, yet ever a good fellow. " Town -nd Billy . . . serious man for such a light name . . . watch those ten pins fall . . . ace on the ice . . . Speech II . . . mild in manner . . . thai special word that counts . . . " just the facts, class! " New man ( luh f lf 133 RICHARD ALLAN LUOMA Fitchburg " The great man is he who docs not lose his child ' s heart. " Dickie . . . Sunday night visits to Rindgc Road . . . will need an l.D. at forty . . . swingin ' summer at Sunapee . . . " paci, paci " . . . wedding bells in ' 74 . . . shave and a haircut (every six months!) . . . Arnold Palmer ' s most serious competitor Soccer . . . Golf . . . Financial Committee . . . Class Treasurer . . . S.G.A. (Treasurer, President) . . . Gaveleer Society JAMES MELVIN MacFARLANE " He is well paid that is well satisfied. " Leominster Mac . . . the Air Force vet . . . Oklahoma . . . our own Ed Sullivan . . . license at long last . . . " fill it up — high test " " . . . not another religious joke!! . . . quietly quarrelous Forum . . . Newman Club JANE ELLEN McGINLEY " Made up of wisdom and fun. " WAYNE ZIGMOND MALISKA " He who says little has little to answer for. " Winchendon Bwana . . . Little Blue Man . . . cough drops, cough medicine, and codeine . . . " car 54, where are you? " . . . fond of square dancing . . . sticks up for the gold and maroon . . . liberal thinker . . . mountain climbing, fishing, helping Newma n Club . . . Mohawk Club Fitchburg Holly-Go-Lightly . . . first lady of the Philo ' s . . . " yes, it ' s me and I ' m in love again! " . . . darty poll . . . pinned and unpinned . . . " I ' m sorry I ' m late (again)!! ... off to the hairdresser once more ... the hostess with the mostcst Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Saxifrage Board . . . Philodemic Society (President) 134 PMHHMMBfi BHI H SUSAN MEDIN " Good nature and sense must ever join. " Chelmsford Sue ... a bid from the Celtics . . . dedicated little Philo . . . summer spending sprees ... " I don ' t dare tease my hair!! " . . . pretty and petite . . . Surfside Six . . . Wake Up Little Suzy . . . Chelmsford com- muter Student Christian Association Philodemic Society RICHARD JOSEPH MULLEN " A gentle man through and through. " Leominster Moon . . . Gav Plaza . . . seen in the good ship Thomp- son ' s " hold " . . . Mutt Mullen and Jeff LeBlanc . . . comb city commuter . . . home for the Gav-Adel Players . . . nurses swoon over moon Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Gaveleer Society (Treas- urer) JOSEPH FRANK NAVAROLI Leominster " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of friends. " Joe . . . finds nursing an interesting career . . . Nava- roli — new type of noodle?? . . . merry Gav . . . makes mean passes — at basketball games . . . plays on dean ' s team . . . that certain smile Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Dean ' s List Society Gaveleer JOHN EDWARD O ' BRIEN " Humor is the goodness of the heart Wohurn Jay . . . from thick to thin . . . trips to Worcester . . . jolly, old St. Nick . . . always .1 candidate for Office . . . frequent visitor to Palmer Hall . . , Rufus Rastus Brown . . . not afraid to speak his piece Newman Club (Treasurer) . . . Social Committee i( hairman) . . . S.G.A. (Vice-President i . . . Esoteric Society 135 KEVIN JAMES O ' BRIEN Norwoll " A wise man will desire no more than he can obtain justly, use soberly, distribute cheerfully and have contentedly. " Kev . . . seen holding hands everywhere . . . Irish tenor . . . touchy memories of Mohawk initiation . . . home address? . . . it ' s a long walk from the Goody . . . science project-roast chicken! Newman Club . . . Glee Club . . . Track Team . . . Class Treasurer . . . Mohawk Club ROBERT ANTHONY O ' CONNELL Fitchburg " Calmness is not always the attribute of innocence. " Okie . . . member of the bar ... all play and no work makes for fun . . . bugs and bodies is my business . . . pigskin patron ... a smile for every guy and two for every gal . . . voice comes from the bass-ment Newman Club Society Track . . . S.T.E.A.M. Gaveleer PATRICK EDWARD OMALLEY " Trust everybody, but cut the cards. " Fitchburg Pat . . . pugnacious politician . . . SC. ' s answer to Goren . . . gung-ho Gav . . . pipe and tweeds ... on campus worker . . . Gentlemen Prefer Blondes . . . whist way to the Caf? Newman Club . . . S.T.E.A.M. . . . Basketball . . . Gaveleers (Treasurer) ROBERT ALFRED PHANEUF Agawam " Mischief dances in his eyes and smiles upon his lips. " Bob . . . Agawam Indian . . . the purn inventor . . . Brooks Brothers . . . " now listen, you birds " . . . loud freshmen, sensible senior . . . " crcven minutes past trelve " . . . washes windows at Simonds . . . handsome, humorous and historically minded Hotkey . . . Newman Club ( lub Saxifrage Hoard Mohawk 136 MARCIA JEAN PRALINSKY Athol " 1 11 walk where my own nature would be leading. " Tall and stately . . . transfer from elementary . . . Whistler ' s daughter . . . tremendous conversationalist ... to be found in the commuters ' lounge . . . radi- ance personified Glee Club DAVID HARLEY PROCTOR " He says what he thinks, no more, no less. " Lunenburg Dave . . . big man in S.C.A. . . . Fitchburg ' s Poncho Gonzales . . . mimics Mario Lanza . . . Ford fan . . . individualist from the word go . . . " hey, George " . . . zealous, religious, ambitious Tennis . . . Student Christian Association (Treasurer) MARYANN RITA RAMONDELLI Fitchburg " The hand that hath made you fair, hath made you well. " Capable in all things . . . puctuality plus . . . neat and sharp . . . one of the Untouchables . . . Barry on week- ends . . . lovely to look at . . . individual, industrious, infectious giggle . . . 4.2 in training Newman Club (Treasurer) . W.A.A. Board Philodemic Society DONALD CLAYTON RIVERS " Wise man say others. " Gardner Don . . . Old Man Rivers . . . cross proteins with neutrons and get a batty biologist . . . firearms fanatic . . . left Orange for Doreen . . . funis fun in fishing . . . the hole-in-one man S.T.E.A.M. . . . Logos Societ) . . . Dean ' s List . . . Gaveleer Society VM 37 JOHN JAMES ROLFE, JR. Buzzards Bay " The bettei pari of every man ' s education is that which he gives himself. " rerrific trade-ins on VW ' s . . . it ' s nice to have a super- intendent for a father . . . Trumpeter ' s Lullaby . . . idol of 7-3 ' s females . . . habitual resort dweller . . . pioneer in modern math . . . the collegiate look Glee Club . . . Band . . . Financial Committee . . . S.G.A. (Representative) Dorm Council (Treasurer) . . . Esoteric So- ietj (Corresponding Secretary GEORGE ADAM SCHROEDER I ,kh mind has its own methods. " Fitchburg Did you ever meet Vinnie? . . . Quiz-master look marathon gait . . . love that Bryllcream look . Gorgeous George JOHN TERRENCE SHANNON Fitchburg " I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today. " Terry . . . finally made it . . . Mr. Pliska . . . ask the bartender for his I.D. . . . has been known to play cards . . . the Shamrock . . . boss man at the brook . . . horn rims and tweeds Gaveleer Society (Vice-President) ROBERT PETER STOCKING Fitchburg " He that can have patience can have what he will. " Bob . . . Pixie ' s partner . . . sharp ... a politician down to the cigar in his mouth . . . smooth shoe sales- man . . . math whiz ... the old man . . . advertises ad- vertisements . . . Mr. Hose Newman Club . . . Commuters Board (President) . . . Gaveleer Society . . . Saxifrage Board (Advertising) 138 ■i Ea HH Bi ROGER WILLIAM SURETTE Lancaster " Who so would be a man must be a nonconformist. " Rog . . . continental look . . . employed at the unem- ployment office ... in the apartment . . . gymnast superlative . . . artiste magnifique S.T.E.A.M. . . . Dramatic Club . . . Dean ' s List . . . Forum (President) . . . Social Committee . . . S.G.A. (Representative) . . . Mohawk Club WILLIAM M. TURNER " No man is free who is not master of himself. ' Fitchburg Billy . . . big favorite with the nurses ... a twinkle in both eyes . . . the original car . . . " but I " m not a geography major!! . . . never a dull moment . . . definite Democrat . . . Sultan Newman Club . . . Gaveleer Society NORMA MARIE VIEIRA " I ' ll speak in a monstrous little voice. " Taunton Little feet, lots of heart . . . " clubby or what!! " . . . would walk a milo for a Philo . . . " have you seen Dick? " . . . needs ten closets . . . always has a plan . . . Sentimental Me . . . " it ' s like this, kids " . . . delicate dictator ... a sure success Newman Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Dorm Coun- cil .. . Social Committee . . . Philodemic Society (Vice-Pres- ident) NANCY MAY WILE " The social smile, the sympathetic tear. " Bondsx ille " Wilesey Babe " . . . friendliest kid at Palmer Hall . . . late hour gab sessions . . . Main Street, Bondsville, U.S.A. . . . Que Sera. Sera . . . string bean cutler at Munson State . . . " did you bring back an) Food? " . . . calm. cool, and collected . . . kielbasa and gieumpki Newman Club . . . Ilosi and Hostess ( lub 139 Our pages now we must devote To students of a Special note: The ones that teach the mind remote. Small in numbers, large in stature, Familiar with the nomenclature Of a psychiatric nature. Wrentham was the training station That gave the trainees elevation In our Special Education. They support their Speciality With vigor and finality Revealing their ability. 140 mo H JANE ELIZABETH ALLEN Athol " And gentle in her manner, she does things in a quiet way. " Frosty . . . Fitchburg ' s answer to Vassar . . . loafers, knee socks, and crew necks . . . " are you related to Steve? " . . . Miss Bio Lab of ' 62 . . . one of the Ethan Allen girls . . . little green Triumph, big black VW(??) . . . one of the original Norwich girls Student Christian Association . . . Special Education Club MARIE ELENA BARBOZA New Bedford " Her neatness is outstanding but her smile is better still. " Maria . . . Miss Booboza, oops! Miss Bamboza . . . dance with me, Henry . . . A-O.K. ... " I forgot my rainhat " . . . served by a window with an ocean view . . . early riser . . . " I ' ve got to stop spending money " . . . When I Fall in Love Special Education Club . . . Newman Club . . . Saxifrage Board . . . Philodemic Society SUZANNE JANE BOYD South Dartmouth " What can say more than this rich phrase, — that you alone are you. " Sue . . . parties on Blueberry Hill ... on the island . . . " too bad you ' re not 21 " . . . star of " The Silver Whistle " . . . " in my mother ' s class " ... no saint, but a jolly good fellow . . . " do you like my curls?? " S.C.A. . . . Class Vice-President Dramatic Club (Vice-President) . (Secretary) . . . ToKalon Society . Dorm Council . . . Special Education Club ROBERT RAYMOND CARTER " Greater men than I have lived, bul I doubt it. Salem Bob . . . the great philosopher . . . supportei of the soccer team ... . our own Mitch Miller . . . roving eyes . . . thesbian . . . studies people . . . intellectually curious (???) . . . always ready for a bull session . . . leader of the fullback trio Soccer . . . Dramatic ( lub (Treasurer) . . . Special Education Club . . . Financial Committee . . . Saxifrage Board 141 LOUISE ELAINE COLE Dracut " Her friends, she has many; Her foes — has she any? " " Beetle " — is a long story ... L is for lively, C is for character ... is she really, or is it an act?? . . . Every Little Breeze Seems to Whisper Louise . . . fond of Western Civ??? . . . makes life worth living . . . friendly, frolicsome, fun S.C.A. Board . . . Dramatic Club (Secretary) . . . W.A.A. Board . . . Host and Hostess . . . Adelphian Society (Secretary) LILLIAN MARY FOLEY West Acton " There ' s a proper dignity and proportion to be observed in the performance of every act of life. " Lil . . . sweet and easy going . . . successful dorm leader . . . that heartbreaking dent on ole faithful . . . always knows her place . . . " there ' s no fire drill to- night, kids! " . . . interest reigns supreme . . . rare, radiant, reliable Newman Club . . . W.A.A. (Secretary) . . . Special Education Club . . . Dorm Council (Secretary, President) MAUREEN ANN HAYES ELIZABETH JANE GRANDELL " Sweet mercy is nobility ' s true badge. " Winchendon Betty . . . quiet, but so full of fun . . . Gardner gal . . . not another new skirt! . . . the bouffant look . . . still waters run deep . . . professional pose . . . oh, those library books Special Education Club Fitchburg " She deserves paradise who makes companions laugh. " Mo . . . pillar of the Spa . . . open mouth, insert foot . . . hilarious sense of humor . . . the Vogue look . . . " this summer I ' m working for TWO weeks! " . . . WRENTHAM!! . . . seen with Marie-waiting for Jane . . . Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered Newman ( lub . . . Special Education Club . . . Saxifrage ! . Host and Hostess Club . . . Philodemic Society 142 l M HB ■ ■HH H ki JUDITH ELAINE HILL " Silence is sweeter than speech. " North Attleboro Judy . . . winning, willowy, wonderful . . . Sam Hill . . . Swaney, how I love you ... a hot sketch with charcoal . . . Moroccan adventure . . . dining hall chain gang . . . talented in many ways . . . J.F.K. ' s answer to physical fitness Glee Club . . . Student Christian Association Education Club . . . Adelphian Society . . Special LEON ALEXANDER JASINSK1 " Wisdom is power. " Fitchburg Our own Albert Einstein . . . known and liked by all . . . " according to my studies, this theory on relativity is — " . . . the intellect . . . from Gardner to Fitchburg . . . non-conformist Logo Society . . . Dean ' s List . . . Special Education Club ELEANOR ANN JOYCE Clinton " That is the worst of those people who have charm, they are so hard to do without. " Ellie . . . our gal from Clinton . . . " forget it " . . . parties make the world go round . . . tall and terrific . . . " wanna go to the Caf? " . . . clothes, clothes, and more clothes Special Education Club . . . Adelphian Society WILLIAM JOHN MEADE, JR. ' Not afraid of work hut not in svmpaths with ii Fitchburc Bill . . . .Luis man . . . oratory skills . . . ardenl advocate of social clubs? . . . temper to match his red hair . . . likable chap . . . " did you get that assignment? " . . . proud pop Dramatic Club . . . dice Club , I orum . . . Special Edu cal ion ( tub . . . Ga deer Soc iel j 143 GLORIA JANET M1CHALEWICZ ' Of mi Most manners and gentlest heart. " Gardner Glo . . . radiance rings round her . . . " the mail is all out " . . . one of the Gardner crew . . . sociable and smiling . . . green hair . . . Fourth of July memories . . . junior representative Newman Club . . . Special Education Club . . . Dean ' s List . . . Adelphian Society (Treasurer, Recording Secretary) ROSEMARY O ' CONNOR " Soft peace she brings wherever she arrives. " Hyde Park Becky . . . Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm . . . Went- worth-by-the-sea . . . G.D.I. . . . trip to New York with Student Government . . . sweet Irish lass . . . there ' s no place like home for the holiday Newman Club . . . Special Education Club (Vice-President) . . . Dramatic Club (Treasurer) . . . S.G.A. (Representative, Secretary) BARBARA ANN RICE MARY AGNES O ' KEEFE Worcester " She has a very pleasant way of being quiet, yet very gay. " Baby Face . . . " you know how " . . . letters from home . . . used to be a weekend commuter . . . " what happened? " . . . " J " . . . wide-eyed look . . . all ' s good, nothing evil . . . Fitzie ' s friend . . . Mary, Mary Special Education Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Newman Club . . . Forum Club . . . Philodemic Society Sherborn " Good will is the mightiest practical force in the universe. " Barb . . . sleepy time gal . . . expert babysitter . . . serious S.C.A. ' er . . . known for her part in rhythmic choirs . . . pleasant, quiet manner . . . blushing red- head . . . always willing to lend a hand Student C hristian Association (Vice-President) . . . Host and Hostess ( lub . . . Special Education Club . . . Adelphian Society 144 mmammma mam BK ■■1 SANDRA ANN SZCZYGIEL " As merry as the day is long. " Ware Sandy . . . that unmistakable cackle . . . has pep with a capital P . . . " Ware are you from? " . . . snap, sparkle, go . . . best cure for a blue Monday . . . spelled sea-gull?? . . . gracious and sagacious Newman Club . . . W.A.A. (Treasurer) . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . Special Education Club . . . Adelphian Society SANDRA JEAN VALLIERE " My heart is like a singing bird. " Otter River Sandy . . . riotous realist . . . dynamite behind the fountain . . . wondrous words of wisdom . . . whiz at bridge . . . devoted to Special Education . . . sincere, smart, sage Special Education Club . . . Host and Hostess Club . . . (Secretary-Treasurer) . . . Kampus Vue . . . Adelphian Society (Vice-President) ELiNORE RUTH WEINER Maiden " A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. " Ellie . . . " let ' s have steak for supper " . . . versatile playroom . . . " what would I do without my friends? " . . . Sophia Loren, oswald and all . . . summers at B.U.; winters at Fitchburg . . . " when I was in training " . . . philosophical freedom Dramatic Club . . . Judaic ( luh (Inter-Club Representative) Adelphian Society 145 Followers of Clara Barton Advocates of health that ' s Spartan Is the section that we art on. Public health affiliations, Psychiatric sublimations, Gave them little recreation. Though to nurse is preferential, College courses ' consequential Is in teaching a credential. Lost to us in Junior year, Still we wish them best of cheer In their arduous career. NURSES 146 ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■1 ELAINE CAROL ANDERSON MARGUERITE MARIE DEMERS TERESA CABRAL VIRGINIA ANN GARLAND CAROLYN CYGAN LARAINE HELEN GUYETTE 147 MARIGAN ELLEN HANSCOM PATRICIA ANN KLOC JOYCE HALPIN EILEEN THERESA LEDDEN JUDITH ANN KING JUDITH AGNES LEYLAND 148 ' «? £ ; 1 Am. CLAIRE TERESE LUNAN HELEN FRANCES NOSEK janet McCarthy © V RITA CLAIRE ROZANSKI ROSE MARIE MUTTY MARY FRANCES Rl ' TKOWSKI 149 LINDA SALLY SELIN MARY ANNE SZTUCINSKI MARY ELIZABETH TANGUAY ? 4 MARYANN THURBER ELLEN MADELINE TOUSIGNAUT 150 B anmai M ' Sirm H WESLEY GARY BATTLES LA. DONALD RICHARD BRACANI Special Education " A talent for producing effect in what he says or does. " " He was not merely a chip off the old block but the block Formal levis, white shirt and tie . . . the Marlboro Man . . . itself. " corduroy stetson . . . the big game hunter . . . " now hold Bones . . . problems, problems, and more problems . . . on there " ... his Mrs. battles . . . Stoney Burke . . . Leominster High ' s answer to Knute Rockne ... " I give up " teacher ' s pet . . . readin ' , writin ' , and Yithmetic ... " I only got a 4.5. " . . . " Maybe I ' ll make it this year " . . . " Wanna repeat that in English? " . . . never a dull moment ROBERT CHARLES DELISLE LA. " A keen wit, a wise look, and an answer always ready. " Bob . . . which brother has the car? . . . wild man on the ski slopes . . . independence ver- sus nonconformity . . . passion for old maids ... set ' em up. Bob — or is it Dick? . . . S.C. ' s answer to Harvard RICHARD HARDY DOWNS LA. " One thorne of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning. " He ' s back again! . . . can you train in Rhode Island for pay? . . . big blue bus . . . " of course I ' m going home this weekend " . . . to the Hill . . . Downy Downs . . . collegiate camper Secondary RONALD IOSEPH HOLOHAN " Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers. " Ronnie . . . the " thinker " with clothes . . . silver tongue with the " Golden Age " . . . ready to take a stand . . . true to himself . . . formula for senior supper — tippling- + twisting ' 2= fun . . . " what am I doing here? " . . . doesn ' t like to " try things on for size " . . . intellectual, industrious, inter- esting . . . Forum . . . Logo Society . . . Dean ' s List . . . Who ' s Who IAMES KNOWLES HOSFORD " Be true to your word, works and friends. " Jim . . . Aubie, Pete, and Wes . . . proud father . . me nice " . . . Natick Knight . . . part time boarder tailed rouser Track . . . Esoteric Society heard saying to a certain few, a little dab will do ya . . I. A. ' treat ring THE WHOLE IS GREATER THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS ALMA MARIE LEBLANC Secondary " Silence more musical than any song. " Alma, the timid typhoon . . . car with a fuzzy top . . . eloquent hands . . . cat eyes and a purr-r-r . . . " he ' s late again " . . . elle parle francais . . . lively librarian . . . valuable passenger — can change flats . . . Newman Club . . . Forum Club REV. HENRY WILLIAM LEINO Secondary " As a man he seems cheerful of his yesterday and confident of his tomorrows. " reacher anil preacher . . . hail . . . has three a id follow ers leases pulpit for pup-tenl in the courage, conscience, character from the Pine I ree State . . quietly forceful . . . ood ole summertime . . . MARJORIL EVELYN (VEI I II LA) II MIR] I lementary " Silence is the perfect herald of joy. " Margie . . . transfer from Hungry Hill . . . James, James, Hold the Ladder Steady . . . world travel . . . Japanese gym class . . . on the Dean ' s team . . , unique soprano sweel and senile . . . Dean ' s 1 ist FRANK HENRY NORTON Elementary " The world is made for fun and frolic. " " Any old teaching material hands ' . ' " . . . married member . . . professional " soda " mixer ... a gym-dandy . . . quick wit . . . recess in the parking lot . . . the ideal Gav . . veteran . . . Frankness personified . . . enjoys ever) golden drop of life ROB1 R I WILFRED VOWLES Secondary " I know what I can know and I am not troubled by what I can not know. " Major Vowles . . . pipe puller . , . ta i. please , , . chan chess checkmates . . . the man with the brief-case . . . jolly redhead . coffee at the al 151 Professors and professoresses Found us total mental messes When they first met with our classes. Working with enthusiasm, They (with many a spinal spasm) Reduced each intellectual chasm. All in all, they ' ve educated Many a mind, who fortune fated To make our youth illuminated. For their tireless inculcation Of Knowledge to our population, They receive our adulation. FACULTY ■ ■ ■H B B AR Y. Robert Fritz and (2.) Elmer Arsenault EDUCATION: Dr. A. Orrin Leonard, Dr Crowlej ENGLISH: Dr. Mary Long, Dr. Dayton Dennett, Lillian Later, Louis Shepherd, Philip MacMurray, Daniel Healy. Eugene Cassassa SPECIAL EDUCATION: Dr. William Goldman, Anne May READING: Dr. Adele Driscoll . SOCIAL STUDIES: Dr. John Nash, Pierre Pinet, Dr. Roger Holmes, John Clark 8. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Robert G. Elliott, Mar- ian Clark, Ruth Laliberte, Thomas Battinelli 9. FRENCH: Pierre Pinet 10. GEOGRAPHY: Dr. Veva K. Dean 154 ■■■HK n Hraa BB H BHHBHH 155 1. SCIENCE: Theodore LaPierre. Dr. George Condikc, Karl Lindquist 2. SCIENCE: William Fitzgibbon, George StefYanides, Dr. Helen Russell, Dr. Frank Wolfe, Dr. illard Koukkari 3. INDUSTRIAL ARTS: Rene Thomas, Dr. Everett Koehlcr, James Hammond, Howard Besnia, Raymond Hoops, Walter Harrod, Joseph Farias, Joseph Carpenter. Erling Hanson, Dr. Edward Donnelly; missing: Edward Driscoll 4. PHILOSOPHY: Richard De Ceasare, Michael Conlon 5. MUSIC: Dr. Richard Kent, Harry Semerjian 156 H H S HH .... . Sv3£ 6. DIRECTOR OF SECONDARY TRAINING: Joseph Durant, DIRECTOR OF ELEMENTARY TRAINING: Mary Roache 7. MATHEMATICS: Joseph Angelini, Elizabeth Haskins, Nicholas Copolous 8. EDGERLY: Robert Armstrong, Principal; Elizabeth Quattlander, Irene Pas- sios, Armstrong, Katherine Flynn, Margaret McDowell, Theresa Skamarycz, Elizabeth Maney, Robert McDermott, Helen Carney, Donald Franciosi, Eileen Harrington 9. JUNIOR HIGH: Joseph Underwood, Principal; Kathryn Baker, Underwood, Ruth Donovan, Richard Condon, Alfred Hobbs, Signe Antila, Edward Sullivan, Robert Greene 57 W 2k HRMHI ■H HH PRESIDENT RALPH F. WESTON . . . student, varsity athlete, so- cial club leader, teacher, admin- istrator . . . gentleman. Words can little express our admiration and proud affection for your gift to us these four years . . . a portion of thyself . . . sin- cerity is the highest compliment that we can pay. Perhaps the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, " the wisest American, " can best express our feeling that, for you . . . 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