Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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QXV- N-NN fix .EV E V fnhl- I shi. We have given of ourselves. Let the music flow, and knowthe love ofliving . . . 'cw' My 'QW 4 l IQIUX l 5' Capture for me, like a camera, all that has been sung f"N- F7- ,. , V , N v 9'nyRU,"j-.lynn ,Q "W Qf --WS? . L All! V... xxshf, " 4' tl .i i vi 5 Xi 'K W 1 I 1 1 I fu in af wk 'i ak ' We az, F i U . QI? 'Q Qkfba! i '. -A ' A .9 'V , "'9 4:13 Qu ,mit aah, , JN i l " ri f l 3 A YJ I Ay, ! v' 4? V. x L J 499 nw "f a, 3 fu- 31 Gaze at a picture and the song springs to life again W-nf 4 UE ff X if f if 4 fi' u,' ll A av' 4li"X JL' : L' Q- tr, .. . . I . I -"M 1 '. VU. ' 9 -Q z fm, fa - ' I f fi, "ft f lf' 1 '-is . fi 'J E A: ,' ,-r xi.-l ' x'.'rww-- - -' 1 I QP 'N J 1 1 f nf' .ap- " . I VMS,-, or 5, iv! - W 4 v- DEDICATION ... To Mr. Herbert Waugh ,J "As we go we know that we are leaving our best friend. A friend who taught us 1-1' right from wrong and weak from strong - that's a lot to ii learn. What can we give you in return?" xi J-5'. . ln Appreciation XTX' Q . .wx 1 'hw mcmuu We cannot live simply by teaching and being taught. We need laughter, a kind word, and a helping hand. Without these things, we will never make it. We made it. Thanks. Mr. lack Hester Senior Class Advisor :X 'U Mrs. Kay Ward Senior Class Secretary YS-9 CHRIS ANTHONY ABELLI "See ya later and take it easy!" Fire breather surfandskibum fun maker, heart breaker, par- ty shaker Boo kid. N'lARll,YN A. Alvllkll "It's not that I talk too mut h, it's just that lile inside of me has so mut h to say." likes partie-s, likr-s the guys on-rallstintllhefit-lil talkativt' Bulililvs. LINDALABELLI LOUISIOHN ABLONDI "For dreams like seagulls soaring "The grass always looks greener high: glad, glad am I." on the other side, but don't always Brings sunshine wherever she believe what you see." goes the best Of everything Baseball and working serious lovable Bel. but fun loving Big Lou. BETH ANN AKILLIAN To believe your own thought, to believe what is true for you in your private heart, is true for all men" 11 Bruins , I playing the guitar .. soft-spoken . Beth. ag... I Dan McDonald and Greg Toto PAIII U ANIJIRSON IOSEPH A. ARAUIO "Sornr-vvht-rv over tht- rainbow, "lJon't put off for tomorrow what liliit- hirtls Ily, hirtls fly ovt-r tht- you t an do today." rtiinhow, why then, oh why, r'.in't An all .iround athlete often I?" wt-n .Il the D.Q. reliable joe. WALTER G. ALCORN "The fulfillment in helping a friend is one of the great lasting pleasures in the world today." Enjoysfootball . a futurejour- nalist , , I inscrutable . . . Mike. DOUGLAS SCOT ARVIDSON "Love thy enemy, at least it will confuse him." Acrazy sense of humor the world is his domain music and suozey Doug. DANIEL H. AVERY "Always keep your head high or you might miss out on some- thing." Comes to life on the court skeater . . , always on to some- thing... Danny. 'J' f. i IOSEPH SHANE BAMFORTH "Humor is the basis of human ex- istence. Laugh with the world at lt." "Zoof' 's.. on the tennis cour loyal friend . . , joe. DOI I. , I 'rt ' 'A ' glvvaaggij KEITH H. BANKS -. 4-1 .,., 5344 8 44 GN-l J f,a?afa?f?:fsvE5'i3: "No more teachers, no more pen- cils, no more books, schooI's OUI for summer, schooI's out forever." Bate's road hangout . , tru 6 sports advocate . Bambi. PAULA ELLEN BACLEY ALLAN S. BAILLIE "Within you there is a stillness and "Be yourself and act yourself and sancturary to which you can re- no one can say you are wrong." treat at any time and be yourself." Waits for the winter weather Values solitude and happiness very much his own person enjoys basketball sincere carefree Al. Paula. if ii i, H04 'u i, .- 1 , .f . , ff, Qxg lack Lowry X, ELIZABETH MARIE BARBIERI MARY BARRETT "My brother hurts " I feel the capacity to care is I share his pain. the thing which gives life its deep- I meet God in him." est significance." A truly dedicated person al- Bike riding knows what she ways involved . unpredictable wants caring Mary. Liz. DEBRA JEAN BALCOM "To know is Nothing at all, to im- agine is Everything." Concerts thrives on new faces . lively Debbi. I" -v STEVEN R. BARSS "l've been drinking since I was ten, I was a backwards child." Daring a gig-going girl watch- er well dressed XN auzzx. SHARON L. BASOLI "Love can find a way." Howdys always on the go cute smile Sharon. KAREN BENIAMIN "The road to success is almost always under construction." Never hasadull moment fond of parties good humored Beny. fit? 4.,,,... W VIRGINIA MARIE BEALE "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." Enjoys cooking helpful to all a true Flyer fan Ginnie. 'cr 1, z-rr:-3 Y 11 BARBARA L. BELL CHRISTOPHER PAUL BELLOLI 'Those who give have all things." "Hey you, is that the sun up there? Always ready to listen and lend a Gee, I don't know. I'm new in helping hand . laughter in her town." heart . just a little crazy .. Playsthe game of life to win i.. Barb. the fourth stooge . . . Belloe. Laura Levine and Pam Zigelbaum. AO" SUSAN! E. BERCERON ELIZABETH A. BERTE DAVID PAUL BINDER "Love is living and happiness is "One moment of calm is enough "We are to add what we can, not giving." to changetheface ofthe world." to get what we can,from life." Apprr-t :att-s tht- simple joys of life Never at a loss for words cas- Knows his way around true .ambitious Susig, ual So this is Christmas music maker outgoing Beth. Abe. fm- KATHIE M. BISSONNETTE "Life given us by nature is short, but memories of a well-spent life are eternal." Enjoys life , looks forward to weekends . , . easy to talk to .. Kathy. NANCY L. BLAIR "Color my world with love." xl. PAMELA SUE BLATT "To be, or not to be, that is the A poised and peaceful counte- question " nance . sunshine on the slopes Senior year in Holland strong , bright eyed . Nancy. convictions , living and learning Pam. lim Casey and Terry Chouinard. BETH ANN BOE 'Friendship is two bodies having one souI." Soft spoken , . . enjoys dancing .,. pleasant I . Beth. 1 LEONARD L. BOLDUC "Nothing is certain but death and taxes." A man ofdistinction I A hunting, skiing,living . tranquil Lenny. fix BRANDAN MARC BOWEN "He is to be educated not to make shoes, nails, and pins, but because he is a man." Plays sports with skill will achieve high goals friendly Brandan. WILLIAM R. BLISS 'If the power to do hard work is not talent, it is the best possible substitute for it!" A worthy opponent in the game of life . blissful Hobbs. 1 'bl' JANIS CHRISTINE BRADLEY "Life is like a fire, it begins in smoke and ends in ashes." Onthe go a life outof school adventurous lanny. 'Q PATRICK I. BRITT "Philosophy is the art of living." A good understanding of people CF. loves hearing and making music . , Patrick. EDWARD A. BUSHEY I 13' ROBERT E. BROSNAHAN IERMAIN BRUNDIDGE I-x "Our greatest glory is not in never "inthe pale of evening . . . a tall tgsnlya falling, but in rising every time we slim tree . .. night came tenderly, in '- falI." black like me." MAR'-ENE L BRYANT Sincere and intelligent , enjoys Always concerned and follows her Husten to the Stgength of 'Ong music , . . easy going , .. Bob. beliefs . . , lermain. Singing Coming out of black faces." , L vi.. g .C I T365 Stephani Mulherin Life lover . . , listeningto together sounds. . .warm hearted, Marlene. ROBIN A. BUMPUS "Loving is giving but asking noth- ing in return." Relishes simple living . , . playing tennis . . , being with friends A Rob. MANUEL I. CALVAO Integrity and truth are the tools of an honest man." Golden silence golden per- sonality sure to succeed Manny. 11 IOHN B. CANDIDO "The way to love anything is to realize that it might be lost." Likes to be with girls playing Soccer sociable Candido. VERONICA CAPSTICK "No one is born with friends or enemies, you have to develop both." Enjoys life freely . playing sports sneakers Ronni. ELLEN L. CARNEY "Humble pie is always hard to swallow with your pride." Loves to laugh . . , fond of football . . . freckles , . Ellen. IAMES P. CASEY "You show me a good loser and I will show you a loser." Boundless energy , . . loves a goodtime . . . liked by all . .. Case. WILLIAM 1. CASEY "l am unhappy with my miseries until I see other people's plea- sures." Tall, strong, and athletic . . . knows well the ways of living . . adventurous . . . Chip. NINO A. CARRASQUILLO 1 CYNTHIA ALLISON CARTER "We judge ourselves by what we "One of the most beautiful quali- feel capable of doing, while oth- ties of true friendship is to under- ers judge us by what we have al- stand and to be understood." ready done," Many interests . . easy to talk to Baseball , , . always distinct H .. versatile , . Cindy. Nino. john Galvani MICHELE A. CASTELLI "Six honest serving men -they taught me all I know: their names were where and what and when and why and how and who." Always into music , . . involved with outside interests , . . attrac- tive , Michele. fw- CYNTHIA M. CHANTLER "Life is what you make it." A flairfor living traveling and skiing easy going Cindy. 4 DEBORA ANNE CASELLA "We are all riders on the earth together, brothers on that bright loveliness in the eternal cold. Brothers who know that they are truly brothers." Q72 SHERYL CHAO Always seeking new adventures , , concerts and Mike iagger poised, attractive Chooca. 1 GARY CHAPIN THOMAS L. CHAPUT "He who hasten now will finish "Hello my friend, 50 happy to see l8SI-" you again. I'm so alone, all by Werby Industries slow but myself I just couldn't make it" sure lalintina sportsmind- Enjoyg playing the guitar, psy- ed Tumbleweed. ched on sports . T T dedicated and CANDACE I. CHARNLEY "The leaves of memory seemed to make a mournful rustling in the dark." No better friend to be found twirls the baton with great skill energetic Candy. determined , Tee. ARTHUR IOSEPH CHAVES "Fate is the Hunter." South's man in the sky track and cross country active , T T Artie. Chris Belloli RAMONA C. CHIMENO Sr-ek goodness in others and in thy self," Ili-r 1-y--s are the window to her -in quiz-I .mtl serene Ramona MARY THERESA CHIUDIONI "Andit'sa fair wind, blowin' DAVE CHOLHNARD. The host with the most lives an Warm out of the South Over my action-packed fun-filled life shoulder. Guess I'll set a Course dl ki D and goo, goo oo ing ave. An understanding friend de- lights in the summer spirits congenial Mar. TERESA M. CHOUINARD l . . for the world is hollow and I have touched the sky." A friend well worth having . . KATHLEEN CLAPP "lt's not that I talk too much, it's that life inside me has so much to say." confidentinlife .warm i Terry. Traveling and cafeteria table sion . . , friendly . Frog. 5' if In 'lil .Y dl GAEL A. CLINTON "Very little is needed to make a happy life. It is all within yourself, in your way of thinking." Radiates a sparkling glow of friendship . . . laughing, living giv- ing , . . Bing. loe Bamforth numberfour i i rises tothe occa- BRIAN CLENDENIN Plays it cool and aloof blond haired stature stands above the crowd quick witted Brian. lid LISA COBURN "We are links in the chain of for KURT T. CODDINC "To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also dream, not only plan but also believe." He is laughter walking down the hall .A Nappy's , i. Biglean . .. motorcycles l , , Kurt. N ' Q : x OX e DONALD S. COLE "ln every loss is gain, in every gain, loss." Seen behind Warren Oaks person of many dimensions free Sugarbear. ever," Makes you smile whenever you re down the better M D loveable even when repulsed Cobe. ri V aa'- if '11 x illlll lltxkmx ?-Q, ELLEN ANN COLLOTTA "Live hand-in-hand and together we'll stand on the threshold of a dream." Nevera hair out of place good times at Macombers poised EI. CHARLENE CONSERVA Sunny disposition good times follow her warm and pretty Charlene. LUIS COLOMA MARY COLONNA Likes a good joke hopes to be A lust for living . soft spoken successful in whatever he does and gentle good friend , . high spirited Luis. people lover . Fran. im x 1 A , 55 ,ir Q fi " " -- A V.. lt re., . . lt .!. lo-Ann Karas and Patti Sloan PDQ kb, AL CONTI DIANE MARIECONTI Hockey and swimming are his pas- "We are free to go where we wish times quiet but knows what he and to be what we are." wants hardworking Al. Sunshine on rainy days consi- derate and deep a free soul Cont. THOMAS L. CONNOR "Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its object." Parties on Beaver Street , , avid girlwatcher . realistic , Tom. ll 9 'Q 9,gf.5 . Q YS? Q RENEE Louise corsm "l tlesus Christi am come that they might have LIFE, and that they might have it more ABUNDANT- LY."lohn10:10 Lives abundantly Vermont and open fires peaceful Bean. 'Ss .. X N P-XTRICKJ. CORBETT CARROLL A.CRANE MICHAEL B.CRONIN "To has e a friend is to be one." "A laugh is the wind that can fill "A friend is someone with whom Enjoys the good moments of life our sail of life." you dare to be yourself." .. . Freckles . . . Rowdy . . . Pat. Straightforward . . . skisthe slopes Easy to laugh with . hasa good of solitude forever laughing outlook on life considerate . Rosie. . Bernie. iv? 1 '5 Brian Garrahan ANNE CUSHING " . . . and when I see you happy well, it sets my heart free . . . " A true M.D .... chases the grun- gies away . . . crazy and loveable . . Cush. NANCY I. DANFORTH STEVE L. D'ANCELO "Happy are those who dream "You invent the future that you dreams,and are willingto paythe want to play." price to make them come true." Quiet nonconformist music Strong in her beliefs . . . R.G. .. and gymnastics intelligent laughter-loving . . Nance. Steve. 6 VN 'F'-sl CYNTHIA A. CROSBY "One more time to live and I have made it mine." Eyes reflect her vibrant spirit subtle Cindy. .1--.,.., zu' DIANE LINDA DAVIDSON "Though the other side is just the same, you can tell my dream is real." Memories of Italy always has time for the sun and the sand fashionable Di. rp, . ANN MARIE DECOLLIBUS MAUREEN ELAINE DELANEY Sometimes! feel like I've lived my "Don't hurry, don't worry, and life in a day, just like the May don't forget to smell the flowers." Flower." Good natured . . . peanut butter Expresses herself through art complex, humorous, fearless Annie. and jelly sandwiches , . . always sincere .. Maureeeennn. DONNA I. DECOFF "No one knows what he can do until he tries." Quiet and sincere future as a dental assistant diligent Donna. CARLO DICENSO "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime you just might find you get what you need." A guitar player artistically in- clined content Carlo. V Nancy Danforth MARGARET ANN DICKMANN "Man's clouded sun shall brightly rise and songs be heard instead of sighs." Concerned about others works with handicapped children sensitive Margie. ' Q"',- PETE DiMATTEO "A jury is a group of twelve peo- ple of average ignorance." A basketball jones believes in honesty considerate Pete. ANDREW 1. DEROUIN "Challenges are what makes life interestingg go out and conquer them." Responsible . . . likes to run cross country . . . quick witted . . . Andy. ?'f1". fs i Xi ROBERT EDWARD DeSlMONE "Dream, till your dreams come true." Lives life tothefullest . . . a flair for hockey . . , dynamite . . . Bobby. 105 DaNALto Going to parties and playing sports a future in the Air Force exuberant . loe. BARBARA ANN DIVITTORIO "Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows." Well dressed . . speaks her mind great times forever . Good O'L Devo. F8 DEBBIE A. DRAPEAU "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend." Stylish . . enjoys concerts and the ocean . . . energetic , . . Debbie. l IILL TERRY DUBIN "You give but little when you give of your possessions, it is when you give of yourself that you truly give." White slopes, sunny days . . . the best of all worlds . . . Dube. SHARON B. DOLE SUSAN R. DONLEY "Life was meant to look at with "Look to this day for it is life, the eyes open, not with a hand over very life of life." them." Natural unequaled on the A true outdoors girl . . a love for unevens free and easy Sue. nature and animals . . . quiet , Sharon. 4 it y .15 1' 'Wi'- V"" . Billy Lynch 1K5 CAROL DUFFY "To love someone is to see him as God intended." Forestry and the long trail . loves to travel energetic, inde- pendent, . . . Carol. SHIRLEY ANN DUNHAM "l feel that the capacity to care is the thing which gives live it's deepest significance." Wallaces and table number four lighthearted Bumper. ROBERTA L. DONOVAN "Lost time is never found again." A future in nursing skating, riding horses reliable Berta. pl! 'lie STEPHEN L. DURKEE "Never do today what you can put offuntil tomorrow." Fun loving many friends, many good times crazy and caring Durk. -r"" PAUL F. DURKIN "There are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there's still time to change the road you're on " Connoisseur of girls good looking . Paul. H' ' ' - , ' ,,,........i... , W 4.-,,,... IONATHAN DYER Freedom is his way of live , . good times and memories , . casual . , . lohathan. E? . - 35 fl F X . K f, fy 'M r I Y IANE E. EDEN "When someone somewhere cares, someone somewhere survives." Has the gift of making people happy ready with a smile Edie. Sliv ein., l'1Zl'v1BlRLY ELI IOTT DIANE ELLSWORTH "v'v'l1t'rt you t 1-.iw to try to under- "You can change your mind but Minfl, the-n you will know without you Can'I Change me," iindt-rst.imling." Values life's natural happenings ,K llKl1'lYIl'llfl .i smilt- whr-rr-ver animal lover sometimes -I1--ago:-s life' is what you make quiet Diane. it Kim. A 1,511 eff' r KARL P. EKONOMY "Friends are one of the most im- portant things in life, don't lose them." Even tan on Miter Beach . , . per- sonality plus . , laugh on, Simon ANDREA EPSTEIN " the mind is restless, turbu- lent, strong and unyielding as difficult to subdue as the wind." Searching for the meaning of life dance and music creative Andrea, If f ANTHONY MARK EVANGELISTA DARYL D. EVANS CAROL ANN FACCHINI "Be determined in lifeg be active, "When I think back to all the crap "Live your own life for you will die for he who hesitates is lost." I learned in High School, it's a YOUF OWFI dealhf' Indulges in parties and life's many wonder I can think at all." Never too busy to listen or help pleasures . . . fast going . ,. Woodworking and water skiing kind and fadiam CZIYOI- Vangie. , , skillful A Daryl. gg, ow awww X ff ff-"W 7 f l Ps X4'7!XEJX!:R' X X A ' Q1 Vw, P I , , ., .ff , X x X304 ,Nl X f X 1 X. wif KEVIN FAIR " 7 ,f fx , I X ' Nix TX RICHARD DIX FAIR A true individual and free thinker 5 XY A f X 1 X4 X f 'gp 4 ,4 ' "Face piles of trials with smiles." . . . goes his own way ...always !"- ' ,ENR f X ' xx fx X" V ' Hid from the sun on Miter Beach open to ideas A Kevin. ,- '7' X jx x X X RX X If X ,fx LaCrosse and the cape K , X . H . . X '. f X ' R Q easy going Dives. 'iq X K I Z f X K ,lx lf f if f ' I y x w ..' X, fa, 1 I -.yu Wm W yswv . A I -M- 1 ' Michael Quinn KGS 4 , .av , PHILIP A. FAIRBANKS GERARD I. FARLEY "The important thing is to be able "You just keep trying." at any moment to sacrifice what Determined on and off the ice we are for what we could be- often lost in music capable come." Gerard. Q Master of the pen and written word . . . alert . .. Phil. -'fy' PETER ANDREW FARLEY "Go for broke." His sizeable oral cavity was a great asset to the Pep squad good times hockey idealist Farls. fm MlCHAEL A. FERRAZZI "You have one life to live so make the most of il, School can be fun if you make it that way." Hockey player laughs at the world and loves it Zeake. YJ "QQ 0 .9 'O'.l:.. . ,pia- :tr ' ' - - ll' .... Ol "Ill O lllnnng--- - DONNA B. FEIL IOHN F. FEOLA . IERRY FERRACAMO "Money and success are good to "Get High on Life" "Here my train a comin." look forward to, but friends are In the midst of a fast spinning A good friend to have when the essence of life." world , . . lives for the good life you're having more than one A Talented on the stage and behind .. unique , Fee. tall, dark, and handsome . . . jerry the scenes dramatic Donna. Q' if' ,. xx john Meloni - Stephen King . -vw Q . IORDAN B. FISHMAN ROBERT N. EOLEY IR. "Not willing to wait but willing to "Live for today - and tomorrow heIp." will come by itself." The devils advocate fun with A talent for co-operation exhibit- "the doc" practical lordy. ed on and offthefield D.Q. daring Bob. . N .fi-wll7iYl5, 4- 3 t.. f 'oi . IANICE M. FORNACIARI "In the midst of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer." Glows in the warmth of the sum mer sun a flair for writing vibrant Missy. DENNIS FOURNIER A person of many moods and feel- ings . . leadsa life out of school ,., independent . . Dennis. 8 I lt xx' '. I . w s 'o 1 NANCY FOURNIER 'See the world, ask what it's forg understanding, nothing more.' Soft spoken exterior, but a fun- loving spirit intelligent .. deeply caring Nancy. 1 I EDWARD A. FOX "Men say they know many things, but lo! They have taken wings, The wind that blow is all anybody knows." Foxy , , knows where he's going one with his music ,. a realist . Ed. X'bxAR .QS 4-hi Laura Herman and Nancy Fournier NANCY I. CAGNE "I want, by understanding myself, to understand others, I want to be all that I am capable of becom- ing." Twirls with ease . . energetic , . Nancy. r' I1 MARY L. CAINES "Live to your fulfillment, your life is but a grain in the sands of time! An unmistakablelaugh . takes totraveling . . independent Mary. -f CHRISTINE LOUISE CIALANDZI "Let me join together with people to learn how to live better, how to work with others and to give of myself to serve the mentally re- tarded. l believe in the worth of each other and have fun in prov- ing it." Christy-Lou. VIRGINIA L. FULLER Well, now that we have seen each other," said the Unicorn," if you'll believe in me, I'll believe in 11 you." Lives in a world of her own quiet intelligence Ginny. IOHN PAUL CALVANI "All good things, as well as bad, must pass." South's shortstop, shades of hu- mor and liveliness, playing the hoop handsome l.C-. 31 ,.,n... If THOMAS CANNON "Everybody needs a littly sympa- thy from the devil." A basketball player bound to achieve all his goals daring Tom. .fra '. v My ,tl v K1 an -.q,x - au-. 1 ,' IAMES H. GEOGHECAN "Co for a ride?" A hunter of game and his own way of life a total individual jim. IA TN 'vet' BRIAN D. CARRAHAN "Never say die, say damn!" I 1- kg, rl' IOHN GARRON Life is spent before we know 11 Explosive personality an ex- what it is." pert on the tennis court high- Knows how to enjoy life play- powered Brian. ing hockey . active . t Garron. ANNE M. GASSETI' "Take life as it comes for as time goes on so does life." Tall and graceful .. . a softball fan .. . dancing feet . , . Stretch. I s 'S' L GINA LOUISE GENERAZIO "There are plenty acquaintences in the world but very few are real friends." fl Cheryl Raevsky A love for sports rules her exist- ence A on thetennis court . frank and outspoken . . . Gina. TERRY CEOC-HECAN "Within a little more than a fort- night the woods, from bare twigs, have become a sea of verdure, and young shoots have contended 40S KATHLEEN MARIE CIBBONS "I have to say my friends, this road goes a long, long way and if we're going to find the end, we're gon- na need a helping hand." with one another in the race. The Lively and laughing no better leaves have unfurled all over the friend to be found kindheart- rountryf' ed Gib, KEVIN MICHAEL CIBBONS "No marigolds in the promised land, but a hole in the ground where they used to grow." Mischief and fun rolled into one carefree and casual Gib. , 45 KAREN GIPPS KATHLEEN GIPPS "The time was so fleeting but "Everybody turns out to be only a didn't we have some times." few!" CYNTHIA ANN GIOMBETTI Many friends, many moods . . . Funny faces, exciting places . . . "Where there is a will, there is a alive to lifes excitement . . . one and only . . . everybody way." mystical , . . Karen. knows . crazy legs. Sugar and spice, everything nice . . . diligent . . . concerned about the environment . . . Cindy. SHERRIE ANN GOLDMAN "Try to see beyond yourself and you may find peace of mind is waiting there." Quiet times by the ocean y vi . ' --- 4 ceaseless laughter . , . walking and A A talking . . . Mousie. lOSE G. GONZALES "If it feels good, do it!" Always willing to pause to lend a helping hand .. . psyched on sports . . . thoughtful . , . Pepe. ex J' S if Q f i" A ' , UEFA 2.2, f' I., V W - 'NX ' : , 'ln DK. .tl Dicky Fair IOANN M. GOODWIN "Use every precious moment wisely! Let no day go by without being closer to some worthy achievement!" A lover of music and poetry , , . complex personality . . . peaceful ,..jo. LAURIE GOODWIN "It's all a matter of opening up your eyes, and looking around, cause it's allthere, yeah, it's all there." Concerts and james Taylor . . a definite individual . , . warm "M00sie." SHARI M. GOLDMAN "Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards." Peabody's loss, South's gain at parties and the seashore imaginative . . . Shari. DAVID GRACE "Our eyes contemplate with admiration and transmit to the soul the wonderful and varied spectacle of this universe," Sees the world going around perceptive , Looser. J "Lost time is never found again." ARLENE LORRAINEGRAMER KAREN MARIE GRAY "All things must pass." "Living each day is learning to "Dynamo, dynamite " , . . love life a little bit more." memories of Italy . D.Q. . . Searching for fun .. . a Navy Well dressed Arl. career atop the high seas . . 4 E:"wf'lyf1 -', -:- l we-'1 ,' 'N ll' 1-Qfiiffin " sg i LARRY GREB Keeps his eye to the keyhole of success strives for perfection involved Larry. Linda Swartz '59ul,f" I I. ANCLLA CUADACNOLI ROBERT CUARDIANI "lust a pleasant smile costs the An optimist taking in all the least and rloes the most." good things in life happy and Hr-r good nature is always evident alive Robert. in everything she does serene Angela. unpredictable . . , Lefty. EDWARD PAUL CRENGA "There are two kinds of people in this world, Italians, and the people that wish they were." Enjoys making money . . . bombs black chevys . . musical . . . Ed. KAREN ANN GUMBERT "lt's not that I talk too much, it's just that life inside me has so much to say." Sunshine in her heart, her heart in her smile , keep on laughing Gum. MEL LEE GURNEY KARLA FAITH GUTTMAN MERRILY A. HALL "A life not lived for others, is a life "A smile can never be kept: It can "There's a feeling I get when I not worth Iiving." only be given away." look to the west and my spirit is Will leave his mark on society . , . Enjoys horse back riding . . . crying for leaving " a future in electronics . . , aware concerned about people . . . A talent for meeting people ,. , "Melvin". emotional . , . "Monkey". loves to travel . , , starry eyed Merry. CARL HAMILTON "The grass is always greener on the other side." Listening to the best possible sounds . . . being around town . u. fs goes his own way , , . Hammy. X 1 1 l ...V GARY N. HAMILTON "One person will look at life harsh and slave, another will look at life easy and grieve". Surrounded by girls and laughter good skier . , amusing i Terry Geoghegan , ,W STEPHEN P. HAMLIN "Experience is a school where man learns what a fool he has been." North Adam's loss, South's gain .. . on the football field .. . athletic . . . Steve. PATRICIA HANNON He who does not enjoy solitude will not love freedom." Camping and the good life . cafeteria table four companionable Squints. Hami. 35 in GREGORY C. HART "Once life has passed you it never returns." Rough and ready with the racquet carefree and casual . Bookie. 1451'- 11" . l STACEY W. HAY "Lost time is never found again." "lust had to do that." Sets her own lifestyle watching the Bruins energetic Stacey. "E," EUGENE M. HARTLING CLIFFORD L. HASKINS . PAULA IEAN HAWES "So long as you try, that's the best "To try is to win, and to quit, is to "Love means never having to say you can do." lose." Good-Bye!" Runs the race of life to win . , a Bad burn on miter beach . . . rides lGood-Byel real mover . . . dedicated , . , the mountains . , . independent A talentfor gymnastics . . . strives Nolan. ,. . Kip. for the best ,.. always in love , .. Paula. Meri jones 'I 1 .li iffy' it - Qmflil. uf CHARLES HENRY HAYDEN JR. "If life were simple, I'd be wasting my time." His good looks run a close race with his personality amiable Chuck. RICHARD D. HAYNES "There is only one success - to be able to spend your life in your own way." New Hampshire and water skiing takes life as it comes reserved Rick. IAYNE ALLYN HELLER "My life is like a stroll along the beach, as near the ocean's edge as lcan go." Skies with the wind, sails upon the sun , attractive . . . Jayne. DAPHNE L. HEMEN IEAN HENRY LAURA BETH HERMAN "Heavenly Father up above, "We are one 'Love'." " . . . nights of reverence, and Please protect the one I love. A smile for all . . . a flair for tranquil solitude, time for Keep him safe and keep him fencing . . . forgetful . . . Coo- imagination to recreate itself." sound, Whenever I am not Coo. Enlivening , skis school days around." away . . mighty mouth , . . Herm. Athirst for life . . . being around small children .. . active . . . Lou. l Bobby Macchi ,-jam 70' ROBERT N. HINCKLEY lOHN F. HOBIN CATHY A. HOLDSWORTH "Begin at once to live, and count "Life is yours, make it what you "lI'S the little things in life that each day as a separate life." will." make it the greatest." Loves sports and the great Takes each moment as it comes Sewing, "sap" and sunburns outdoors . . . confident in life . , , . . . self motivated and practical softspoken . . Cathy. intelligent . .. Bob. . . . Hobbie. SANDRA L. HICKS "Nor love thy life nor hate, but what thou live, live well." Her love for life is reflected in her smile , . thoughtful , . Sandra. FREIDA RAYJA HOLDSWORTH "It is the friends in my life and it is the happiness and fun I have that makes life worth living." Cafeteria table number four unpredictable and fun loving Big Red. ,vs ...I MIKE F. HOLT "Words without deeds are nothingp one must show the way by example." Believes in making things happen . avid soccer player . . . determined ... Mike. CAROLE LEIGH HUTFON "lust outside my window are words that would answer everything." Always ready with a word writer and future journalist outspoken Car. , Q . -X na -f. GEORGE C. HOPKINS STEPHEN HRATKO Plans to retire at 20 and become a part time blimp pilot . , . guns and glass eyes . . , insane . . . George. .f""Q5 ff f s ...xx , i I Q 's Patty Neri Q51 ep '55 Off' L is P RICHARD F. HULME, IR. "Never fear that your life might come to an end. Rather that it should have no beginning." Sails upon the sea of life . . . slow but explosive smile . . . Ricardo. I DAVID WILLIAM HUTCHINSON "I get high with a little help from my friends." Concert crazy . . . baseball and "broadcasting" . . . find time to listen . , . Hutch. ix S ANN MARIE IAKUTIS "Happiness means different things for different people." Sees all things as they really are l'-E , surfing the waves , . . Annie. BOB IBANEZ DENICE IAGGI "First the needy, then the "Nothing comes to a sleeper but a greedy!" dream." U. Mass traveling to California Watching Bruins win or lose concerts personality plus swimming, playing volleyball lbo. tennis touring foreign places going to concerts . . Den. at rfb if 'sis MERl B-lONES REBECCA LEICHIONES "You are you, and I am I, and if by "Learning ig a part of earth's chance we find each other, it's furthest dream, and in keeping VALERIE IOHNSON beautiful-H yourself with knowledge you are "Do not wish to be anything but New jersey and the Bahamas I in truth loving life," what you are, and try to be that Watef Of mountain dwellef I - - Excells in all endeavors . , , Becky. perfectly." At the ocean, down at the park amiable ., Flippy. .., pom poms . . , quiet intelligence . . . Yohonson. REBECCA IORDAN "May each day find you more in love with the world." Senior section's super typist . . . dancing and shorthand , . , stay happy . . . Becky. NATHAN M. IOSEPHS 'Some men see things as they are and say "why?" I see things that never were and say why not?" 5 t f ,fl Lee Leland -it Skiing . . 4 walking in the woods ,,.Red.,.Nate. DAVID N. IOST "With every mistake we must surely be learning." Luggin "the sax" to the bus stop . . , sailing and jazz band ,., considerate . . . Dave. 11 DAVID MICHEAL IROLF I don't succeed today, I want to try tomorrow." Playing sports , baseball and football spectator sports , . . girls I I Dave. I .521-'Mn STEPHEN C. JONES Enjoys being on the ice .i always has something to say I good in carpentry , Sam. MARCO KAMIN "Sweet dreams of yestertime are running through my mind " On to California always says what's on her mind dramatic Margo. 39 l l IO-ANN KARAS "you are you - i am i" " Small in a stature only . ,. AYN LESLIE KEARNEY Miles from knowhere, guess I'll ' take my time." ambitious and involved L cute Visiting Lexington and just driving Y, jo. around .. 4 nursing school . , , independent . . . Kearn. l i MARK KELLEY On the lacrosse field looks for excitement in whatever he does wild and free Mark. Gael Clinton A l Jr. BRIAN KELLY Always has a good line . . . travels the road of excitement and challenge , . . forever rowdy . , . Brian. .Q 8. -5 K-Lil" ll' CINDY H. KELLY CARMELA KENNEDY KERRY IOAN KEOHANE "Some people complain because "Kindness is the golden chain by "For each of us there are miracles, rfr,f'shi1v4'Il'tfJrn5, I am happy that which society is bound together." we have only to step silently aside 'horns have roses." Unknown Considerate of other people's and look upon everyday things." ii--st pariws in town good feelings pleasant and petite A mind for math lively and limi ',illltlfUU'1d living and Cammie. laughing . , Shorty. loving Kel, l l 1 4.1 s.,-. it iX..'.' xXx K U' . ' ssxtx I 1 '- .-.,' H s qv AYKQ 1 vs ' lltvl ' DANIEL KEYS "We must live together as brothers or perish together as fools." Unshackled by life . . , simply complex ... live and let live . .. Danny. THOMAS A. KIELY "The most beaten paths are certainly the surest, but do not hope to scare up much game on them." Runs well the paths of life . . . on to college , . , music in his mind ...Tom. I KAREN M. KIMBALL "I am not afraid of tomorrow for l have seen yesterday, and I love today." Loves the mountains and Cape Cod, memories of California , Bobby . friendly . . Maggie. AMY ELIZABETH KINDLER "l therefore, a prisoner in the lord, beseech you that you walk worthy of the vocation in which you are called." Eph. 4:1 - 2. Truly talented . , . Amy. ,pf It. .X .2 Tf. Michelle Kirley . 7- 3 U' DONNA M. KING "Truth starts out as truth, but after a few stops on the way, it becomes more fiction than fact." Has a sincere desire to please others . likeable ,. Donna. STEPHEN P. KING "If I listen long enough to youp l'd find a way to believe that it is all true." Maine summers and surfing . ,. future sportscaster . . . at home on the ice . . . Steve. GEORGE W. KIRKPATRICK "Life is what you make of it." Always looking for excitement a future in the armed forces L daring George. 'E' MICHELLE KIRLEY "The road goes ever, ever on." Master of craft and friendship . . true artist true friend . creative QZA. ..i "' r. " 7 ' - ill , 9' Hffi, 132 ,, ELIZABETH L. KLAINER SHARON KNICKERBOCKER EDWARD B. KONOPKA "The finest art, but the hardest to "God grant me the serenity to "lf you put 100 monkeys on 100 learn, is the art of living." accept the things I cannot change, typewriters for 100 years, one will Lives life from day to day . . . good the courage to change the things I write like Shakespeare." at making friends , . , guitar player can and the wisdom to know the Collecting "anything old," . . Liz. difference." exploring "any place new" . .. movie maker . . . Moose. .N R X N- . A .Ji J ROBERT IAY KOOLKIN "The anticipation is worse than the realization." lmmortalizes beauty with a click ol his camera halftheteam of Mortimer and Henry "fantastick" Bob. 11 1' XR 'X s Xxx 4f""'1..-. l' Shari Goldman "'N. 'wha' r DIANE KOOS DEBRA A. KORTECAMP NANCY ELAINE KRAILO The man who finds life will find it "God grant me the serenity to "It is far better to forget and be through trusting Cod. accept the things I cannot change, happy, than to remember and be Love is patient and kind, love is courage to change those I can, Sad." not jealous or boastful. and wisdom to know the Always a smile, whether On love bears all things, believes all difference." h0rSeb8Ck or in her Gremlin, 3 things, hopes all things, endures Horseback riding imaginative lover of animals . . Nanc. all things. Love never ends." Debby. . - ' 255 Tir I"" I l is K -. , i GAIL RACHEL KRONENBERG LINDA S. LACHANCE MELODYE LACHANCE "Nothing measurable matters a "They said it couldn't be done!" "Moments of happiness are very good goddamn." Quiet with her head in the clouds around us each day. The trick is to A master of the spoken word , . . always on to something be open to receive them." into Politics . . . curious . . Gail. self-motivated . , . Linda. Going to New Hampshire and Vermont . . . thinking of avery special person . emotional DeDe. A-ff' ANDREA LOUISE LEAVITT "Be nice to people on your way up because you'll meet them on your way down." Unrippled waters . . people and parties . . . tranquil . . , Andrea. Dan Avery and Al Slatkawitz Q' LEE IAY LEELAND IR. PAUL A. LELLI "joy to the world. loy to you and "Get as much out of life as me." possible. After all there's no Canary coats and polka dot ties second chances." .M senior trainer .. suave .. A quick wit, easy to talk too I-eel-66. always has a good time competitive Lull. PATRICIA A. LALIBERTE "There is a place where love begins and a place where love ends And love asks nothing." lover of travel a Pom Pom girl unselfish Patti. f 41. "'iff'T::'p"'-'T "1 , , - 'ffl' X' -i, 7 H, .fi V V V, A ,. ,f . 5 5 4 Ag., X L4 .. . .A . - f ' .4. '--" A' -- '- 1 '-Q inf v '4 iw: .g.,f..,1g, A . gemfi- i 1 5 5 ff at ,Sri if x f '. I U, sl1.g"',' In ' tl I a"k f r ' Epi? -' af2...gy '. r .ggsiittiq mg lqil' ' '.f-.ief1'lii?-1355 '- an i .-':l:'4Ef'ji. 6.-4' f 1' ' V DAVID P. LEONARDO "Life is for living. Enjoy it while you have the time." Devilish, daring, debonaire, Dave athletic scholar Nardo. RN CHERYL ANN LEPORE "lf l made you smile just once, that's enough for me." Overflows with a zest for living sewing and table number four here comes . . . Trouble. YN CYNTHIA LINCOLN "Life is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist - that is all." Enjoys being with friends excells in sports happy Link. 1 . LAURA LEVINE MARK C. LEVY "Dream on . . . Dream until your "The world is but canvas to our dreams come true." imaginations." Spirit that invites success . . fun A way with words, a way with the to be with .. . valued friend ... world .. . capable of anything . . . Laur. Mark. Cheryl Bernardi I ' i i , s o 4 PAUL C.LlNCOLN KEVIN F.LINEHAN "Life is myth, myth is life." "Once is not enough." Always buried in a book walks Big lam on Friday nights high the ways of life quic-ty spirited listening to music determined Paul. Kevin. NEIL V. LEWIS "Life - You don't have to come down to enjoy." Traveling to concerts, traveling the world . . . into together sounds . . . Neil. WILLIAM P. LILL Going to the Cape . . . happy-go- lucky . . . concerts . ,. Bill. PATRICIA B. LOMAN "The gull sees farthest who flies highest." Says what's on her mind . . always laughing . bursting with energy , Patty. MAUREEN K. LOONAM "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today" Vivacious and highspirited . , , keep on jiving , . . Loony. WILLIAM l. LYNCH Ill "To defend the architecture of a sunbeam with my life . . . to hold a mountain's heart in my hand." . . t Billy. I' fx 'S 'sn PATRICIA SUSAN LYNN "To worry is to put today's sunshine behind tomorrow's cIouds." Avid Bruins fan . . I future writer ... giggles , . t Doris. ,f 'ik IACK LOWRY ALFRED I. LUPIS "A man is a man who looks H man "Time is one thing we all haveg right between the EYES-" our success depends on how we Alive and aware . . . excels on the use it," ice . . , warm hearted t . Lar. Half the size but twice the man 12 E kgs' L . , , personality plus . , , Lupe. Dave Chouinard i SARAH L. LYON ROBERT MACCHI "I want to learn to listen." "Lost in space." All American Adonis life-long drifter. getrowdy .Makado. IOANNE M. LUPIS "Words used but rarely, is to be natural." Loves the Cape . being with friends . . . good times , H neatly dressed . . . Ioy. CONSTANCE E. MacLEAN "Some people find their high in life with alcohol and drugs. I find my high with love, appreciation, and sincerity." Follows her own star , enjoys sports cares about people Hot Dog. -15 DIANE MAHAR SUE MANAHAN "A bell is not a bell until you ring "L0Cust5, all of you, Locustsf' it. A song is not a song until you Loves music . , . searching ... an sing it. Love wasn't put in the individual , . , Sue. heart to stay for love isn't love until you give it away." A I DEBORAH I. MANCANIELLO MARK E. MARSTON "ls it so small a thing to have T Carefree . . . shotgun and Biglean enjoyed the sun, to have lived v . . adventurous t t Mark- light in the-Spring, to have loved, to have thought, to have done." . Quiet sophistication hides her ' . adventurous nature laughter is ' living N.H. cute 1- Maggie. Sherrie Goldman '. 1' MILHELLL MARTIN MATTHEW I. MARTINDALE KARYN MARTINS fx Iriver of horse-bar lt riding and "All things must pass. And it's "The greatest pleasure in life is 1 wmfrnirig luturrr as a sec retary about time." doing what people say you cannot active Shelly. Partying traveling in Cl0-" Search Bubbles over with fun and for 3 good time fvlgtf. lallghtef talking on "The Wall" loveable . Karen. wav ROBERT P. MAYER 32. "A man with friends will never ',o:,v y die." 9 A 'X me iii ,X QI' -r-"" TRACY C. MASTERSON SUSAN L. MATHESON ANTONIO D. MATIAS "The darkest hour is just before "Don't take things seriously, and "The man who does the least the dawn." everything'll be cool." talking often has the most to say Skiing in Switzerland . . . talkative Smiles and musicfill her life . . . A quiet determination and .. . full of pep . . . Tracy. blue eyed . . . Sue. constancy in friendship and achievement . , . capable . . . Tony. 'x fl PAULA ANN MCCARTHY "To explore the realities of Life Track and hockey . . . good natured ... friendly . . . future college plans . . . Bob. Q it Y g' ,.Y,."6 MAMIE MCCONARTY "The most cheerful thing I know is the calm, the silence which are so delicious both in the forest and in the fields. For me it is true humanity and great poetry." 9 4 QR ' v C.z'f Cheryl Lepore DANIEL R. MCDONALD "Multiplication is vexation, division is bad, the rule of three doth puzzle me, and practice drives me mad." Tall and athletic . . gambles for high stakes . . handsome . D R first we must explore the fantasies of our mind Never without her friends adventurous . . . lives for today .. Paula. L THOMAS R. MCCRATH "Never violate the sacredness of your individual self-respect." Always does what his heart dictates fond of vacationing very realistic Tom. MARGARET E. MCNALLY "Today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." A magnetic smile listening to old songs attractive Peggy. JAMES F. MCCREAL "Wish not so much to live long as to live well." Cool, calm, and collected . lives for the moment . , . humorous . jim. VIRGINIA B. MCHUGO 'ROBIN A. MCKEOWN "Life is like a maze of doors and "The more we love the closer we they all open from the side you're are to hate." on." Likes talking and being with the Always looking for excitement , . "fantastic four" , , . soon an high spirited and lively liked executive secretary . . . very by all .. Ginny. friendly . .. Rob. fi -Elvin' ,A I V' L Cindy Crosby, Kathy Gibbons, Chris Soma BEVERLY l. MEDEIROS "Everything that is good is not always lieautiful, but everything that if. beautiful is always good." Always with Lenny soaks up the summer sun fun loving Bev. I i i 'f HOLLY KAY MEKKER TERRANCE ARTHUR MELANSON "lf music be the food of love, play "The supreme happiness of life is on." the conviction that we are loved." Intelligent and collected good Fluent in French going to times in Ohio musical Hol. Canada sure to be prosperous Terry. 4'Y 40-5'-' IOHN P. MELONI MICHAEL T. MERSON IOHN MESSNER "In silence lies strength." "Visions you're dreaming, they're "Harley Davidson outperforms." Playing sports and listening to only in your mind, Takin' a trip for Riding motorcycles and watching music . . . on to college . . . your minds sake. Settle on down, the races . , . believes in the best realistic . . , john. set your eyes to sleepin." .. . dedicated .. . john. Terry Ryan and joel Saleson DEBRA M. MILES "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference." ,. STEVE L. MILLER "You don't always win but you never lose until you quit." Mary Dennison field and the caf .. a true entertainer . . . hilarious . . . Miller. VJ?-T3 SUSAN E. MILLER "Ever since God created the world His everlasting power and deity - however invisible - have been there for the mind to see in the things He has made." MAVISTERESA MICHAUD "Live life well, someday you'll only have the memories." Atalentfor sewing . . . being with Billy . . . open minded . Mavis. '15 MAUREEN M. MILOT "What lies before us and what lies behind us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." To live is to learn a deep philosophy on life perceptive Maureen. ELAINE SUSAN MITTELL "I'd rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance." ,po fl BARBARA JEAN NATICHIONI "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today." A passion for life and people loving and laughing crazy Nate. STEPHANIE MULHERIN "You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face, because you're as beautiful as you feel." Natural personality I I I active in sports I I I Let's get "rowdy" I I I Steph. TAMARA ANN MUELLER "Be like the sun, bringing warmth and light into peoples lives, touch their souls, move their minds." A contagious warmth to know her isto love her I I Tammy. 4' I . if yy il? I' ,wi 'I if I I 3:5 lp if Karen Gu m bert MICHAEL AIC. NEIL PATRICIA L. NERI "Lord It-sus, thank you for "Love is the foundation to the summer of "73". building of many friendships." Patti "We only serve friendly A multitude of good memories cola" football Mal concerned with life and personal Myck. people vivacious Patti. MICHAEL MURTAGH "All good things come back in the end." Willing to help whenever he's able I I I concerts and basketball ...aware I I I Murty. -I sl CAROL I. MUTO "Some turn to jesus, and some turn to heroing some turn to rambling round looking for a clear sky. American Dream." I I I Carol LARRY NEWTON "Treat people like you treat yourself." Whiskey and woman I I I Europe and college I just a little insane "Iron Mike." up-mv if DONNA M. NlCOLAS "I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content." 3 A' 'wi 'VW'-v NANCY IOY NOBLE SHELLEY OBER "A day without laughter is a "Remember - it takes both the dreary blank." rain and the sunshine to make a No better friend to be found . . . beautiful rainbow." going to New Hampshire . . . Always makes one feel at ease . warm hearted . . . Nancy. beautiful poetry . . . unique . , . Shelley. Nursing career . . . water skiing and tennis . . , always smiling . ., Donna. DANIEL O'LEARY "Live your own life for you die your own death." Irish and rowdy . . . a single word means more than many . . , is loved ... Danny. BARBARA M. ORME "There is no such thing as tomorrow, only a today. So if you have something to do tomorrow do it today because tomorrow never comes." 'Q jesse Regalado ELIZABETH I. O'ROURKE KEVIN O'ROURKE "The eyes are blind. One must "We won't get fooled again" look with heart." Photography and concerts . College and teaching . . , going back to California . memories of being outwith the resourceful . , , Chevy. kids . . . enthusiastic , . , Beth. f I LINDA O'BRlEN "Dreams can come true, if you try hard enough." A good listener and an understanding friend . , . honest and sincere . .. Linda. IQ? 47 DOROTHY C. ORTON "To have loved was to have livedg Se acabo!" A flair for style, a talent for dancing , . . cares about others , Dodi. 51 if-'L 1 MICHAEL H. PAETZOLD IOSEPH E. PANCINI "Ask not what you could do for "Friendship is one mind in two the school, ask what the school bodies," could do for you!" Baseball . . . weekends with Big Capable of anything always lean L.. on to college . . . joe. ready for football or baseball willing . . . Petz. If ltb f' CAROL K. PAQUETTE "Pvt. Greco, Nov. 13,1973 - 2 more years U.S. Army E.S. KD. and S.H., Down the pond. C.L. l.D. L.L. DD. M.S. Wayland, Buddy Forever." Bike riding and skating down the pond Buddy forever l Carol. ' " ' ' 1 1'5- BRIAN W. PARSONS "There is usually a time to say some-thing: and this rsn't the time to sa-,' what I'm thinking" llurrilms ttlfillflll with lionnrv in the ll.rrr.rrml.. 4-.isy going Bri. MARCY B. PARIS "Eat, drink, and be merry . . . for tomorrow we die." Free in mind . . , in her heart lie music and art . . , philosophical .., Frenchie. lane Eden T -rss 'C""" . all-tit. xl .M IANET L. PASCUCCI CATHERINE ANNE PAVENTO "The way of life is down the long "WS f1iCe I0 be important, but road." more important to be nice." Can be found where the action is Always mindful of the feelings Of Mrs. T's adventuresome others active in Girl Scouts , , , Spirit Scoach, Il'lOUgl'lIful . . . Cathy. JOHN S. PEDINI IAMES PELLECRINI "Whoso would be a man, must be "Life is what you make it." a nonconformist." Interested in water skiing and Atrue believer in individuality . . . skating, . , . always willing to listen talentfor language . . . down-to- , , , "Mitre" . . . jim. earth ...lohn. DIANE C. PEREIRA "Friendship, like the flight of the birds, cannot be put in written words." Active in gymnastics . . . considerate , . . finds pleasure in helping others . . . Diane. aff! - Carol Facchini I SUSAN PENTECOST "A man is as good as he has to be and a woman as bad as she dares. Happiness dwells within, gigles explode without musically inclined I Munchkin. ARUTHUR PERODEAU Good times are not hard to find , . . carefree , , , Archie. '55 . t X t s LYNN ANN PETERSON WILLIAM PAUL PETRO ". . . But I am weary of the winter "I love work, I could sit and look way of loving things for reasons." at it all day." A bouncy petite strawberry "Scott" . good Looking Billy blonde . . . in rifle club . . . Boy. Q quietspoken , . . Lynn. IOHN E. PFEIFFER "Life is a savage journey to the heart of the American dream." Forever ready for the best in life hardworking future forester . lohn. CHERYL ANN PRINCE "Tell the truth, and so puzzle and c onfound your adversaries." Quiet with an ever present sense of humor enjoys water skiing knowledgeable Cheryl. fi fi- KENNETH POLLAN ANDREA IOY POLLINGER u IOANNE M. PREMIER "Only he who listens can speak" "Drop a pebble and change the "You can never plan the future by Needham's loss, South's gain . , a universe." the past." reincarnated yellow chevy , . Country bike rides and Thoreau Horseback riding and singing , . quiet butcomplex . Kenny. .H known for her puns . . . an thinking ahead . . . quiet , . . joe. F KEITH S. PROIA "We're only what we feel." Horn to lead the good life Kelley and Big lean carefree Keith. incurable romantic . , . Andi, Kippy Haskins 'TIP IUDITH A. PROVENCHER "A bell is no bell till you ring it, a song is no song till you sing it, and love in your heart wasn't put there to stay, love isn't love till you give it away." KEVIN l. PRUYN "If you don't have the cash, you don't need it." Driving his Subaru , being in Ashland . congenial .. Prune DONNA QUILTY CYNTHIA ANN QUINN MICHAEL IOHN QUINN "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I "Happiness, peace, and love are "Life is yours, make it what you have seen yesterday and I love only a few of things I wish." will." today." Knows where she's going , . sure Lacrosse . Hockey Wayland Asuperb seamstress . . . limitless to succeed . . . capable . . Cindy. . , . cornfields . . quiet rarely talking on the phone , . . creative restrained , . Quinnie. . . . Donna. Stiff- 'wg' .. AMY RADITZ "Always look toward the future, but live for the present." Languages enlighten her life . .. desires drama and dance . . . alive Amy. Roberta Donovan af" CHERYL ANN RAEVSKY "Live your life the way you want to because you only live it once." Laughter and people . , . enjoys the countryside . . . easy to know . . . Cheryl. :sy CATHERINE A. RAWLING "Smile - it makes other people happy-" Being with people and keeping active , a mind for math crazy Cathy. ROXANE MARIE RACE "A smile is the whisper of a laugh." Finds bowling and miniature golf a welcome diversion . . . plansto enter the business world genial A , Rozy. KEVIN M. REARDON "If a man could have half his wishes, he would double his troubles" Exploring the country values the Drum and Bugle Crops an extrovert Kev. 1 7-Q- ,,. . 2 .- sf,4 Z tp , IESSE ROCA REGALADO To live is to be among men, to be among men is to struggle." Captured our interest, captured our hearts , guitar player and music maker . , our friend from A.F.S .i,r jesse. DEBORAH DIANE ROBERTS 'The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay. Love isn't love until you give it away." Our majorette captain boundless energy cute Debbie. BRYAN STEARNS REILLY PETER D. RICH "Why look to tomorrow, we may "You only live once, so grab for all not make it thru today." the gusto in life." A dedicated gymnanst . , , knows Captures the unusual in a candid what to wear , . . lives for today . . . sports enthusiast . . . practical . . . Rooster. . , . Pete. five Kerry Keohane MICHAEL DAVID ROPI HOWARD L. ROSE "My life belongs to me, my love "Life is hard, but you take every belongs to who can see it." day as it comes." Watching the hours drift by at The A future in the army Park true gourmet Mike. mechanically inclined , complex . Howard. LINDA ANN RICHARD "Love, music and pets should be a part of every home." Aflair for tennis . . . many smiles . . . for many friends . . . energetic . . , Richy. RICHARD IONATHAN RIVKIN "Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent." A quick wit . . . always has time for music . . . idealistic , .. Riv. I I LYNNE A. ROSS "Those were the days, my friend. From the mountains of Italy and Austria, to the slopes near U.N.H. , . . hardworking . , . Lynne. II 1 I 4 I 1 U gi. TERESE MARIE RYAN heart." PATRICIA RYAN. ' Little, lively, and laughing . , , '. . . each in his prison Thinking of enjoys living 4 g A Terry- the Key." Smiles from cheek to cheek . . , lives from day to day , . captivating . , . Rat Pinion. lf ' if fd N it IOEL BRUCE SALESON "You only live once - but if you do it right, once is enough." A natural humorist . , . his intelligence will take him to high places . , . always free . . , joel. Steve KELLEY THERESE SALLS Change and mold me but let me stay free." Blondes do have more fun . . . born to be wild H. vibrant . .. Kel. A. M. SAPORETTI "Loafing is an art, and like all other arts, it has to be cultivated, and it takes many years to manage it with style." Red Star . . . Cath M. an expert in the leisure life . . , energetic . ,. ARBO. PAM RYBACK "Love is a way of smiling with your "W9'f9 free YO 80 Whefe We wish and to be what we are." Small in size but formidable in spirit , , . concerts and the cape ,. vivacious . . . Pam. I . D'Angelo IOAN L. SAULNIER "The princess wanted diamonds, the sky sent down some stars, so she filled her pipe. But the prince had gone to the moon, taking all the matches." STEVE SACCI "The best use of life is to spend it for something that outlasts life." Knows what is happening, finds the action . . . an adventurous nature . . . Steve. DAWN C. SCOLLAY "Laughter and happiness is the key to life." A carefree and a bounding personality likeable Dawn. IGQ , x rv. 5 Li '- .V .. , 'fggvq ix.. "fs ' ..a +, ,r new-.. JAMES CLARK SEIFERT "I'd rather be right than president." A born conversationalist . photography and science fiction .understanding lim. ff N-. 1 . s -if rvafg VALERIE K. SHANK "Love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation." Our colorguard captain i . i melts the ice with her smile , . , one of a kind ,.. Val. 'Xl' . OCIQQ LESLIEI. SHAPIRO And the whole world became my garden but the sea to which no one tends is also a garden when the sun strikes and the waves are wakenedf' ELLEN L. SHAW "lf that's what you want, that's why you have it." Beauty and brains in one little Keebler , . i goody twenty-IWO shoes , . El. Kevin Gibbons A X5 lt , , iAl IIN SHERMAN TONY SILVA ROBERT LEWIS SILVERMAN "llti',1-rnylift',lit1ti't0ttou we-ll to "Climb .1 hill, standing perfectly "Education is an ornament in gm- it to the-e like .1 flows-r. So that still, and silently, soak up the day." prosperity and a refuge in it may pit-.isuw ther- to dwell dr-ep His few words mean more than adversity." 'n its pf-rfurnr' but .in hour." many sings like Dino Sees things as they really are . "mental" Sliv. racing and diving extrovert Bob. - R:- Q. 9X 'Rm ALAN I. SLATKAWITZ PAULA IEAN SLATTERY PATRICIA . SLOAN "jesus saves and Espo scores on "junky models fall apartg other "As we run in smooth and the rebound." things have missing pieces. bending lines, touching those two Steppin' to the tunes . . . Jethro Nothing ever works out right, lines only rarely, let's never forget Tull and Monty Hoople . A although I try to have some sort of we are running through the same restless . . . Franky. achievement in life, l've never field." gotten it together." Always smiling , loveable Patti. EUGENE G. SMITH "I admit I'm slightly cuckoo, but it's dull to be too sane." Stands tall behind the podium of ' K life , , . dramatic , . . Gene. ' N 8 "' Dave Leonardo CHRISTINE L. SOMA "Toil, feel, think, hope, you will be sure to dream enough before you die, without arranging for it." No tears, no fears, no hidden years . . . dynamic . . . Chris. IANE MARIE SMITH "I'm a wild seed again, let the wind carry me." Beauty flows within her and around her . . artistic . lane 'Qi' THOMAS P. SOUTHLARIS "Live: So that you may look any man in the eye and tell him to go to hell." A casual, carefree attitude toward life sets his own pace energetic Tom. 41""" SUSANNA M. SOUZA "lf there is a will in this world to die then there's got to be a way in this world to survive." Waiting for the finer things in life nice Sue. SANDRA L. STEARNS "The tree of silence bears the fruit of peace." ll.UL114lTlSCJl'vAlSfl0lTl fill her mind small in nothing but her stat- ilrt' tivtitltf Sdtttly. -- -- 7 ' , K , f 11" l l , PAUL THOMAS ST. ANDRE SUSAN ST. LAURENT BARBARA ANN STACHELEK "Silence is the ultimate weapon of "lf you love somethingg set it free. "Life is precious, so treasure it." power." If it comes back to you, it's yours. A good listener and an under Quiet but explosive . rough on If itdoesn't, then it never was." standing friend ,, appreciates the field , self assured . , Saint. At home in the art room .. . silly nature . . tranquil . ., Barbara. 1 js, VAHRIE THERESA STEARNS "l awoke one morning and knew everything would be better." Quiet but lively sincerity is within ht-r nonchalant Val, yet realistic . . , Sue. Beth Berte and Patty Neri IAMES STEFANIK BRENDA SUSAN STEINBERC "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is be- cause he hears a different drum- mer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however mea- sured or far away." Thoreau DONNA MARIE STUCCHI "Keep smiling - Life is full of Laughs." Been around . . . New jersey and the Bahamas .., a liker of spirit ... "STUCCH." lx ?"" LINDA ANN SUENAERT "If you smile at me I will under- stand because that is something that everybody does in the same language." Travelling to Killington and New jersey .. rock concerts . searching . . . Linda. MICHAELI. SULLIVAN "To live and to want is wanting to live." Our class charmer .. fun to be with .M let the good times roll , . Sully. uf C . PAUL IOSEPH SULLIVAN "Those who say the least, usually have the most to say." Thrives on travel ,H a tall agile basketball player .., witty ,.. Sull. l -Q0-1-' Patty, Ellen, Arlene, Patty, janet, and Barbara IANET ELLEN SURRO "We never have enough friends and we never have enough learn- ing, but we gain a little more of each every day." Poised and sophisticated , . . finds happiness in whatever she does .,. pretty . . . janet. KEVIN MICHAEL SWANECAMP "You have the freedom to be yourself . here and now." Weekends are the best listen- ing and making mlusic an indi- vidual . Swany. MICHAEL F. SULLIVAN 'fBe aggressive, not defensive." A contagious sense of humor accomplished at baseball nice to know . Sully. 'fik LINDA S. SWARTZ "Time it was, and what a time it was. A time of innocence, A time of confidence, A time of living " Generous in giving of herself Swartzie. Ol 'qui '-. Pig IENNIFER E.TAYLOR "Me I wish to see the world through cats eyes, to hold my dreams in amber instead of snow- flakes, and to seek more than I shall ever find." 'lun KAREN L. TOTMN "And suddenly nothing is the same." Sports enthusiast relishes the simple joys of life companion- able Karen. foe +7 fv- 'Q'- ,uf 1 MICHAEL F. TIBBERT DONNA MARIE TIERNEY "Dream on, dream until your "Love is howyou take it not how dream comestrue." you make it." The greatest cook to hit Ho Io's Cares about the needs of others ,, a great guy to cheer you up .,. often seen at Copper Kettle .H dedicated ... Mike. , . , fun to be with . . . DeDe. LANCE F. TODARO "Life is just one long winding road." +L I fi Diane Conti 1.. Gallivanting, globe trotting, and trail riding . . . down-to-earth ... Lance. ALLISON L. TONER "The most important part in life, is to live." Generous with her culi- nary arts ... compassionate .,, Allison. GREGORY TOTO "The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, but I have miles to go be- fore l sleep and miles to go before I sleep." Man about town in Dr. Bomb carefree and colorful Greg. ,. KIM ANN TRACK "The way to love anything is to realize that it might be lost." Always attractive and always styl- ish white slopesg poised Kim. STEVE P. TANNAR Strives for par on the course and par in life , Columbo a mover . s Steve. ROBERT TROMBINO Shrugs off life's worries . . . dedicated to the pursuit of happiness humorous , Robert. STEVEN PETER TURCHI "Work fascinates me, I can sit back and watch it for hours." Foreign sports cars and the Cape . , . listens to good hard rock . , , strong and silent . . . Turch. PETER VAN CAMP "Our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising everytime we fall." A player on and off the field ... takes life as it comes . , . witty . , . Peter. MARIORIE BETH TRUST "Drifting along the road of a long awaited dream and I still wonder are we free? A personable and unique person .M poetry in her soul . . beautiful . . , Marjorie. LINDA I. TUCCI "Be happy while you're living for you're a long time dead." Slow but explosive smile . our cheerleader captain jimmy . , exuberant . , Linda. X. gi gg l X 1 Arthur Chaves SONIA VEGA "Laughter is not a bad beginning for a friendship and it is the best ending for one." Shy violet . . , gets lost in music ,. cute , . . Sony. s... Q -flu., N gg.. A, M Ns. xr-fi' H. F. DONALD VENTURA "'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the momexaths outgrabef' M ls EVZEN TUPY "When you uncover the mask of others reality, you begin to understand the meaning of life." A successful career as an artist truely talented Evzen. CEOFFREY O'NElL VENTURA "A man is only as big as what he thinks of himself." Grabs all the gusto of life Lacrosse full ofthe devil Luka. GE MICHAEL WILLIAM VERDY "Always painting the pictures of tomorrow never looking for the colors of today." Comic spirit stereo and Miter Beach astute Mike. 45" 1' J I X. I V' I I I MARSHA ROBIN WEICNER 'To do is to beg to be is to dog do be doo he doo." An accomplished musician navy rzand harmonious Marsha. DILAR IOLINDA VIDEIRA MICHAEL S, VIENS "You see things as they are and "A friend in need is a friend ask why, but I dream things that indeed." never were and ask why not?" An accomplished athlete . . i jack A contagious smile . warm and ofall trades . . success in mind serene . Dilar. ERIC WEISER Mariori's loss, South's gain carefree and easy going master of his own mind Eric. . .. Mike. Mike Sullivan STEVE WAGNER "It's not what you can do for your school, it's what the school can do for you." Friday nights at Rocheford , . . active . . i Scally Wags. AMEILA H. WELLINGTON "My candle burns at both endsg It will not last the nightp But, ah, my foes, and oh, my friends - it gives a lovely light." Poetic and concerned Mimi. A'tT'T5 , Y- , 1 4 I RAYMOND WEST "If l could think of something to say, I would say it, but I can't sol won't." Working on Volkswagons always humorous . Ray. Q RICHARD WESTON "Keep on trying no matter how numerous the misses." Loves all sports, especially hockey , , . woodworking . . , perservering . . . Westy. IRWIN YANOWITZ DAVID M. YOUNG "Have a Winston, man they're great." Hunting and woodworking are his hobbies , . . on to work . ,. genuine . . , little Dave. GEORGE E. WHITE "Always live in the eye of the Storm, in the laziness of a sleeping monster. I feel time forever rushing at my back and I've got the urge for going!" Freckles on Miter Beach . . , still waters run deep , . . George. SANDRA L. WRIGHT "That if thou shalt confess with thine mouth the Lord jesus and believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved." Chris Abelli PAMELA I. ZINGELBAUM "To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven." Aims high and always gets there ,.. fun loving , . , Ziggy. THERESA M. ZONTINI "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I love today." Friday nights and Mrs. T's , a sports enthusiast , . likeable I Zonka. PAMELA WRIN "Always approach life with a smile - that's the only way you're ever going to make it." Ready to listen, quick to help , . enter laughing . . . Pam. LINDALZONTINI "I want to Believe, in the madness that calls "Now" And I want to Believe, That a light shining through, Somehow." OZ In Memoriam Harold A. Dron, Jr. 1956-1971 THE MASTER OF THE UNIVERSE He is the master ofthe universe And He belongs To me He saved me from a life Ofsin He purified my soul within He is the master of the universe And He belongs To me ar' ' ' 1 f N-if 'm '31 " ...them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him... Candjwe which... remain shall be caught up together with them ... to meet the Lord and so shall we ever be with the Lord." 1Theso.4:14, 17 In Memoriam Peter C. Venne 1956-1973 As with the water from the fall of a rock - he rippled outward. And not until the ripples stopped - like a heartbeat - did I realize how calm the water was before And how it was again becalmed. . lfl"'. 'I lI'r 9 ll i I: I .i:': ,- ' 1 -'nfl ,,,,.,-'.,.,.. A , 1. -""i-g--if , n. .V :'2', W. -. ,, V. .K I. lAl.'. . A' J, 2 -kwa lil.: 'lp -ff 2, 4 F I U 'Din'-2" ' grail! ,E L, 1:4 ' ' 1-lui: I ,ll ,H xi l I ' N'-" 11 , g l-hgh. ru vw' A111 f .hz all ,i 'al x 1 'Q .. W' N: .gtg 9 ft, I . Q V s 5 . 1 '10 . . ...1 F 'xo g ' f I . L' X ' '..O 6 Q .:" if: .. ' k . ' x 1 .Q , 'e 1' QC 'X ' .,,,. mi 3.1 ,o .1 D! . Exif' ws 'C ,Q .K 5. n ,. U f . 1' U K s Q ,U . ", C., I . ' 'Q 'f 'z. Q. :Q 5 - sg' I : '. .Q .U v, . Q 5. 0' , - I v, . . 5 1 fl 0 ' Q' :O Q .' .' . -'gl ,gi , j.'. ,g ss' z -iw-. .51 'si 1 5 1 '. "O ' I I ' '. 'Q ,Q 5' '.' at ", Q' ',, -, 'if' -f 'F X .15 ' 4? wg I X xr 51 Inf. l I 1 , Mr. Peter McConarty Principal QQ! Mrs. lean Rousseau Principal's Secretary Thanks. 3 We know you act , on our behalf. Someone has to care, ' to listen, and have the courage of their convictions. Dr. Albert Benson Superintendent LEADERSHIP IN APPRECIATION ll I ill a,,'J .5 -- -1 LILLIAN KREGER Creator, collector, teacher, and supervisor, and all in such a petite package. Medfield, Littleton, State Bureau of Nutrition, Natick and Framingham South . . . many years of homemaking expertise. Antique jewelry buff . . . pastel lover . . . world traveler . . . we shall miss your cheerful smile and sincere friendship. H 6 VIRGINIA LEWIS Integrity, scholarship, Down East humor: who could ask for anything more. Years of service, culminating at Framingham South. Avid sports fan ... feline fancier ... candlepins beware "My grandmother al- ways said . . ." . . . A teacher, a listener, always a helper, a rare person long to be remem- bered. -'Wh M ...H gzir. . FUR THE MANY YEARS 0F SERVICE Mrs. Kay Ward Mrs, Louise ADMINISTRATCRS AND SECRETARIES Mrs. Pauline Gambone iN 1 e .5 I .F M Mr. Michael Dineen Adfninistfative Intern Mr. Herbert Waugh Mr. Alfred Main Gffice Grade 12 Office Grade 11 Richard Mrs. Phyllis Semple Mrs. Helen johnson rw' .iw-3 -1 CJ-1' J, X Z .-... .. ,. . V lilllllll 50 Badger Mr. Paul Brunelle Mr. john loyce H3 Gffice Grade 'IO Office Grade 9 Office .44 SOCIAL STUDIES V DEPARTMENT T rf? 2411 as-11 . , 4 .. f A . . .4 . 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I " 1 I gf I7' lt. 1 1 no 4-21 1 1' Hn a .1- ' r BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Mr. If-' s Hatch - Department Mr. Thomas Murphy Mr. Roger McDevitt S , J 1 Mrs. Marie MacDonald nr " f gn! 101359, ff'N Mrs. Alice Costa Mrs. Irene Riley K i if drxfib- ULUUIKU Mr. Louis Trevani Miss joann Messana Student Teacher af '51 ' ,-.6.'f...- . . ' , I .,M, M ,I V . , i Q-fy QQ. .-Ax",j,- 'QI nn'yQ!1 A ,,.,- -5' .-qx - .4 . xwwrvvwzars . Mrs. Veronica Smith ENGLISH DEPARTMENT , -.5 1 ,.-f..-".5v'in1"v Mr. Frank james - Department Head Mrs. DOFOIIWY Carter I I E x X Mrs. Nancy Baldwin aw- 1 4' . rj' . g, sp 40 v U .4 Mrs. lane Duffy , ',,. 1 EQ., 2 4 Mr. Thomas Hamilton ,eff x C Mrs. Sophie Savas Mrs. Marian Goodman MQ V11 sgmx ' i' 5 . Vx X FPS Miss Mary O'NeiI ha! Mrs. Phyllis Grode 1.1 1 r Miss Lynne Simon Mrs. Karen Mandell v-4-rv" cg - '13 --v lf: f Y Miss Elizabeth Hunter I V N , k r 4 X 'S a ' 1 . ., , , -44 ,4.- ff.. . xi. - '. - its 1 'J' '- ff? if . H, , 1 , 'n Mr. Richard Pimes il'-"" In ' - .ii A ' , v- I- LSA: S Y"-F L' , z :A ,,,,yuva. Q, u Hlfn M. 2 3 IN, 'u Ngwvw s t.. N X ' X 5 1 1 Fivyvyfx v ' K I 1, '11 " ' ' " ' 1'1.fUl1fvvvv1,4.f1 Mrs. Eletha Yeaton ,Q- Q, '19 AJ Miss Mary Porter L K QW i ."' kdm! N6 f X ai 1- - f 43" 5 so t ' M 6 lst K Miss Regina Stratford - Reading Mr. Richard Sosny fox -V .. gy! B. g.,,' Ms. Marybeth Davison Mr. Steven Haut Mrs. Phyllis Hotch English Skills Social Worker -6 fX 1. ggri, in FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Miss Claire Berthiaume - Department Head Mr, Michael Pregot 5.1. Miss loan Weber A Q. ,,,...a++ -1 VI. A v 1 K J ,'O rlgzm E - .-i lea. -ne' S ,v ,V 6, '. rx Miss Helen Vancavage ,,,. ,M "'?'j1,T" V- ru ' 9. 4' K .Q 4. A ,Av 1 ' . - Miss Araceli Olano CRN ' , , Mrs. Catherine Rubeski Miss Antonia Gucciardi I Miss Leslie lope Qi is I ,, , . 1 - 'Q s fl --v Miss Elaine Satlak 57' 4, Mrs. Carole Smith 7 ,,.. - ..., .., I I2 V1 !-. A 2 X-x'w'lA"l'l -f :Jw i . 5 V " -.- s I. I . ,rl ' v I ww' f U., i i 5 U. ,fa .Q t Paul Chamberlain S-1 PHYSICAL EDUCATICDN DEPARTMENT Mr. james Strong Mr. john Hester UN ff,-5' Walker Mr. jack Diatalevi Miss Maripat Dean GUIDANCE DEPARTME T lr- 6. if if .fp ,Ai Miss loyce Frietag Mr. William Monnie Head Counselor Social Worker , ek, - 1? 7, Xkzgfn, i Ay?- Nlml -I xlm rjiilldlfl i ri in-,qflnr C7 Mrs. Claire Shapiro Secretary i5 45' xf Mrs. loan Rousseau Secretary 1 . xi .- f .f :J 4.254 'N Miss Carole Connors I Q PS. - Q E .. g Miss Katherine Schomer MY. Dennis Porter -if ,s-1 v n X Mr. Martin Barry Miss Mary Queenan -K2 16' L. Miss Sandra Bryant 's V' " ' in : :Ii "'l'f-N- 'iwib-tvs 91 HOME ECGNOMICS DEPARTMENT 'N "'..-- M l Mrs Catherlne Llghtbody , .arann-nn:-.cw -.-41. sw ' ' Ulla.,-N L X -4+-F6-A Miss Betsy Wiggms Supervisor x U 1.4 Mrs. Marie Barrett JV! 1? Mrs. Dorothy Dalton - Secretary Miss Mary Lou Hofmann X , '? sn Q 77 -mf '-"-gh, v R+, . ,pf . my 14" - Mrs. Salli LeTowt , J' - 4,""9f"'os. . ,- fx . M 41:3 Z4 ,Af if Mrs. Holly Martin 5137? "ffffi'5""' 1 fr ,V .. 4 ' -,-f ' .:,,:-- f,v' V' I L 'VX P 'lx Mrs. Mary Driscoll l i ARTS CENTER 'i r l l nl 1 Mr. joseph Oneschuk - Director, Music Mrs. Evelyn Aaronson - Bi-Lingual l Q5 4 . l g i V : lin, . l-,l f 5 . A ff' 'N ICD l in YJN I l ,.S.131a.,.,s ,' i Mr. George Perrone - Music r Miss Elizabeth Lathrop - Librarian L v l Q i 'xi l up s ii , '. I i lu XX 5 xx ' S ,Al Mrs. Helen Croteau 4' Audio Visual Cemef Mrs. Rosalyn Gittleman - Humanities 4.4. pu . C6 CFFICE -4:14 S " Mr. Neal Cotton - Art Director Mr. john Groves Mr. Robert jachowicz '?"lU Mrs. Layne Lospinoso . Mrs. Cheryl Eisner U Mr. Martin Kornguth Mr. Mati Ritval if INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT ,QA T if T 'fu Q 4.5 4, '11 D I , .1 I l -1 1 1 I 'L . X w T x ' ' x X , ,. , v . msn 'K I xx A I ' w x A A .. . A - X T Mr. Gus Luparelll R' ' ' 'M T31 ' R DUGCIOF Mr. Ron Alves JA yid'.v:HM Mnlohn Hannon T I xfbf , T 1 4 V T w 402' i 15 Mr. Donald Scobie 1 , Q ,. o O I Mr. Edward Champlin 'V ,.f , ' .!. 'yur kwr. ..,, V MINS 1 ,. ,Q-I Wx r a J' Mr. George Krikorian ,lf 5 'r f Q. ,. I :ff m Lf: . vp 3 .. 50 - 21 , ..-M.:-3. I . , -Q AZ, . 'N 4 f f 'xx r f 3 V1Q,Y'. Q . L K 13 V Axf ' ,, 5' ..A, ,,,A, V .1 3 "-it T1 xi ,f 5 Z 'f?.-C: il .. 1 , , , ', , 's . xg ' 75 . fr r , 14 . :lr A' 'il E fr i ,. , , 1, 4 5 --- A. 'A '4' W , ,A 1 L ,--., la awk! W xx M, , , r G. ' N fl W fi 3 Y 5,7 X ' 1 7 -. .V J Mr. Edmund Krencisz , ,' 5 . --...IA D. L. Mr. Frank Viscardi MEDICAL, CUSTODIAL, 84 CAFETERIA STAFFS Dr. 1. Merriam MEDICAL: Mrs. M. Barbieri, Mrs. E. Resteghini, Mrs. D. Meneghini. I Q - 1 - Z 5 I l ' 1 i 2 2 i i 3 3 n L 5 4 4 i r 4:5 . ,. A it is 1 -J Mrs, C. Quirk, Head Nursv CUSTODIAL STAFF: lohn loyfe, C, Comola, E. Mailman, iHead Custodianl, A. Kilroy, M. Burnham Not shown: R. Berry, R. Sturgeon, I. Callivan, of night shift. CAFETERIA STAFF: FRONT ROW: I. Pesci, R, Smith, M. Cordelia, l.. FioRito, A. Medeiros, NJ. DeSimone, C. Doherty, E. Svensson, A. Diana. SECOND ROW: L. Silvia, M. Young, B. Den- ham, M. Daniels, B. Dickson, I. Liberatore, K. Ford, I. Kirk. TOP ROW: C. Gibbs, P. Turio, NA. Cudak. Dr. H. Murray if fi 'F A' '15 5 - : ' E y U: j . ' I - . Q 5-15' i . 1i'T" ' isl'V Olx -...f V Y ELW. I F ' ' - - - ' !."". . L F V - '- J F fn G '. C , 'I , .2 ' 1 V I ,g-. . ' . ' J .fs- i Q bvhxt .-if 5 7,1 5, c :BQ , F if 8 .5 ., i"5'i'5 ' rf ' Y 1 Kr - Y 5 .1 . g XS' 1 EY' ggx , v .V . ,X f' N, , ,f fav- i iw fs . 1 Tiux :fge i-114 ,A - : Qing . '.4 ' FE' it s, N i -f ' ' I-el -. .5-Pfl . 1' ' .M 1' '- f -'-' .fl L -1 UsY"'..i uv.. Q W . L12 Af :A . 'W . 0 ff-x 'ffl ....'NX:! kx 1 V Y V ,gr-1...-.- 1 lohn Woodrum Mrs. L. FioRito Mrs. M. Cudak 3 x ,P v .YA - 1:3 . A :W-P' ' kr ,, Q3 ,I+ N Q il N 1 x' xx '--s. H 4 lr. I .--f ' 5' l MMVI ' Q 1? QP' IQ, W far? 51-1 ,. i 4 'ks .oz Q 5 I -5 " . . Scorewise, last season was dismal. But COACHES: BOTTOM ROW: Mr. joseph Morrissey, Mr. joseph Bolus, Mr. james Car ey, Mr. james Walker, Mr. Roger McDevitt. BACK ROW: Mr. Urbino Barriera, Mr. Vin cent Trincia, Mr. Robert lachowicz, Mr. john Diatalevi. FOOTB LL with the lack of experienced players, we should have been blown off every football field. Despite the mistakes, however, the seniors never quit. Coaches and underclassmen are given an- other chance at another season. Seniors are not and last season they suffered magnificently." e' T L' 2' A o9,i"v IXOTF: T I sl ' T.. ' 'Yr A 'L 'Q 4 i ' , I s L , l 1 F . ' b Q at :+L r--. in wwls..--f+ . - ' . ' X- i . o ' . 01: A , XY - 4- f 'S 'ZAPQ is x lux t :, qw- h H Q ..- Vm of -'Yi L L if Trlexijfif-"EEF-' Wi?-TQ... ' """""f D """"T,.'2 WKRSIIY TOOIBAH: BOTTOM ROW: Manager l.. Zanchi, Manager L. Leeland, Manager M. McKeown, B. Cowen, M. Neal, D. lrolf, S. Hamlin, B. Hr-Snrnnnt-, ff ofaprarni S. Nlillc-r, lilo-Captainj P. VanCarnp, P. St. Andre, P. Lelli, M. Sullivan, D. McDonald, B. Foley, Hofferman lManagerl, Hen- rift. 'X1.ariagt-ri. SH UND ROW: B. Barreira llrainc-rl, V. Trinica iAssistant Coachl, F. Harrington, T. Sullivan, I. O'Rourke, 1. Bratica, P. Hendry, B. Hill- man, D Fury, D Iluss,C .C.nrm.in, P. Hoyt, I. Diatt-lvvi lAssistant Coachl, R. lachowicz lHead Coachl. THIRD ROW: N. Lewis, C. Upham, R. Sosa, R. Snig.irrn.sri,l lornaf ian, l. Hr-ll, I. Mt Anully, M. l.iCfh.1ntt-, T. lJiViIIorio, B. Huffam. if Mi' rug ,Mhz .. , u 'A H ','g,, 5. I f.- V. FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD OPP. 12 Norwood 7 8 Wellesley 0 15 Dedham 9 15 Milton 7 13 Norwood 0 34 Braintree 11 16 Needham 8 30 Walpole 0 20 Natick 0 31 NN.- i,. . N I ' 'V. . KQPVVVVV 7' 'Qi ul . ' ,wi 1 J' ,S ri jUNlOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: BOTTOM ROW: Andy Furman, Robert Huffam, Robert Murphy, David Lehmann, Richard Sugarman, George jor- dan, Chester Brett, Peter Anderson, Alvin Cook. MIDDLE ROW: john O'Rourke, Brett Huss, james Tassinari, john Good, Ricardo Sosa, Chris Forna- ciari, Dennis Kelleher, David Fraser. BACK ROW: Mr. Roger McDevitt, Head Coach, Mr. joseph Morrissey, Assistant Coach, Michael Chase, james Solomon, Charles Upham, Paul Hendry, Toby Flaherty, Richard Miles, Mickey Baugh, Timothy Sullivan, Mr. joseph Bolus, Assistant Coach. 4 t rgwg val I i 5-:f'?!,i kfiffdjvk Q rmuewl A.. , - ca, , v ., A fn. .UQ .A I ,V V . .J SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: Alvin Cook, Richard Sugarman, Robert Muprhy, Richard Brita, Peter Anderson, Chester Brett. SECOND ROW: Brett Huss, Kevin Bryant, David Lehmann, john Good, james Tassinari, john O'Rourke, David Fraser, Mark LaChance, Russell Porter, Manag- er. BAC K ROW. Mr. Roger McDevitt, Head Coach, Mr. james Bolus, Assistant Coach, Mike Chase, Paul Hendry, Dan Frey, Toby Flaherty, Richard Milt-s, Mic key llaugh, Tim Sullivan, joseph Morrissey, Assistant Coach. -Alun ni -.uf i l -ID F333 l 3.- " .nv adv- FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: BOTTOM ROW: DeAngelo, Buchini, Bernson, Savas, Blatt, Anderson, I. Dudek, Brostigbini, Ablondi. SECOND RON L Mainini, P. Roland, G. Gordon, D. Quilty, 1. Dodek, G. Hobson, M. Ware, R. Saporetti, M. Walden, T. Shahood. THIRD ROW: Assistant Coach Cares McCarthy, P. Sullivan, D. Pratt, M. Foley, I. Taylor, B. Hutchinson, G. Getchell, S. Shelman, Rotatoni, Head Coach Walker. l CROSS COUNTRY FIRST ROW: R. DeSimone, W. Kielly, P. Chiffers, V. Liberatore, R. Bowen, M. Kielly, P. Wilson, E. Clinton, R. Heller, S. Murray, R. Tierney 1. Slason SECOND ROW: S. Gordon, T. Tierney, 1. Barbieri, C. Hayden, L. Greb, A. Chaves, Coach E. Daniels. .I I . . lm? 6 Ll The Harriers finished their season with a record of 3 and 6. Not a bad showing considering the team was in the depths of a building year. Captain Chuck Hayden was the only varsity se- nior member and an unquestionable team leader. He surely laid a strong foundation upon which 74's team can build. -..'2-1:5 ' NYM. C. sL'm"r-ix-+u.4. ..-sb. mg i me .RQ MA f ups, .. ,, ' - N... , 5 - 1. . Ju..-t. Q A 2- w.Si..s3?lpgf5 Q H -1 was an . , wr S E . ,tl 'Ng wan Q," """s-i was-. .. law 'N V Q. . 1 I in ' F1 an -... ,N 'W fjw- aim..." ' ' M .4..,,w "' ,H 'rqshn iii . ' QIIRQNX 1 T... " RQ" W N -ta. v. . " as i M., ' -.Q W 4 .5-fa Q CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD V f , ff ,Q ff X ' ' f ' l ff , J'ff 1 f l tf,,,,4,r,. , f OPP. 20 Dedham 38 33 Milton 24 19 Needham 41 23 North 35 35 Natick 22 19 Braintree 38 36 Walpole 23 17 Wellesley 44 23 Norwood 36 3-6 Q gui' D Us '4 1. . V-gb A -gf A , 4 Y . A r't"f: uw- ll is A: f' 7 '- AEP ' Y- " J, I'F'5S?1' R iv ' '4 iv' 3 's' Six' fu, anus, we-.--N.- 4 Y X. +What, 3 .MM 2 fp--h' aa-If 'IAFAN -' :Q-.3 7-.1 ?.f-as 'avr , 1 iw'- 7 .fy G-L, - I -' " W .v':'fuP'- ' . "-l'.t.' 14'--vplix, . :Q, ' , ' Fifi ,. , . 151 I .' F' . , s yn. 3 x W , ....- 4 ,, ,. P, I . , ?" , . .Y A. . W . K.. A., , , X g Nu, -. r4v'lilb-lu. .-Q X , 3 , Qfifekx 1' xiii -' Ka -I - 5' L in K . ARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TOP: Mandy Devery, Laura Herman, Linda Abelli, Kathy Gipps, Karen Gipps, Nancy Fournier, Kelly Salls, lane Eden, Kathy Holdsworth, Kerri Keo- hane, Ellen Shaw. BOTTOM: Miss Cross, Shelia Ryan, Chris Soma, Tricia O'brien, Mrs. Katherine Walker, Miss Dean. Our 1973 Field Hockey team was one of the largest and most highly skilled group of girls to play for South since head coach Catherine Walker began working with the team in 1963. Over 80 girls worked diligently every day, and with the addition of a third coach, the fresh- men played a schedule of games, as a team, for the firsttime. Both the varsity and junior varsity squads went undefeated for the second consecutive year. The varsity team finished runner-up for the league championship, missing the title by only half a game la tie with the league winnerl. The lV's won their league race, and with many of those girls filling varsity positions next year, the future is very promising! -.fi 92'- .. . ..' . . ii-wif!" .tgvj-.93 i.. --,,:. -.V g-yi. :ur 1 3-.luv X 4 W 'N u -Q Mk 5141: .f J.'-'. '4 4 ti. '- we A' ,li 'IV . ,vqri 'omit' t K.. w ' qv'- .'i-.-.llfi si? wgsQ53-gi-3135? 1 ' -lv FIELD HOCKEY SCOREBOARD Needham Natick North Wellesley Dedham Braintree Walpole Norwood 5-0-3 IUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: FRONT ROW: D. Malone, H. Zecker, I. McGuire, C. Abelli, L. Manion, K. Salls, K. Holt, D. McKorkindale, I. Isaac- son. K. Reed, K. Harvey, M. DeSimone, K. Keohane. SECOND ROW: M. Chiappini, I. Hixon, T. Soma, A. Loyd, P. Chuidioni, A. Chuidioni, S. Kaye, K. O'Brian, L. Simmons, K. Perry, S. Fulton, B. Totman, D. Smith, D. Devine, M. Power. BACK ROW: Mrs. Walker, Miss Dean, 1. Kelly, 1. Ahmadjian, C. Soma, K. Bullard, L. Roberts, P. Fiore, K. Harrington, I. Gugliemo, A. Nappy, P. Becker, C. Malcomb, C. Logan, K. Dobson,l. Paitchel, M. McCourt, S. McLeed, I. Ziman, T. Dew, Miss Cross. xhtml I I Ia i.f' itll Xl f Zu ul .s -,kno--'z izfksf-'55-Tifzgz-::?.a.,: -.?--.s:- -N:1,::,QxDf-27: q AJ' H 'K--. . ,-.. ., ,-.ix l I is U y flltxlu- " .,. Q A Xxx Q6 I' f Q v X Nix 'v '. "gf ' Q W In 'L Qs V Q x 0 ,U vi 1 E1 . 1 ' ' I I 2, . .f 8 , if , Q Xi w 2 .I if I .A . S,f'- .1 101 " ity'-7'."f,. - . . ,.-- , . '.-f'.'l1,. D 1 -A542 51 " i.,-,,, . ..-ws -1 , 1 TRESHMAN FIELD HOCKEY: FRONT ROW: S. DePremio, B. Lupis, I. Butler, W. Ross, M. Britt, K. DeShaw. SECOND ROW: M. Cordeiro, C Gannon, F. Fc-ola, S. Thomas, I. DeCollibus, I. Brillhart, K. Reed, P. Brown. BACK ROW: Miss Cross, D. Coots, S. Murphy, S. Capstick, 1. Otey L. Carrara, L. Sapino, B. Erickson, B. Mooney, Miss M. Dean, Mrs. Walker. H b A 94 v- -- -rf .Qin . Q 1 'S ,.e, Mx K ,M ., 3 au. -of A .Q ' .Al 4, -Q., +ve , Q 7, ',,.g s .af ez? s gf 3... .gg "hi '4 f ,Q x ' "' f ,- xx ., s 11:--'VH i' . '..',fA3g,- 0, vvss,' - li: 35:52, 'YE 1 "4 44,1 Ulf. :A 5. :A 1,,' ui fbi PKG' I n- lf'-fr , 42 " 'Is , x r f 5,4 H',."" V... 5 .. - -A - . f . n . Cf'-.' A-I 6 t. , " . F, 'A -W.. 1:1 . ' ,-'s fair-f,,5.2xA'v. - ' ' ' e Q ' - . ' 1 'nf ." -, " , .' ' ' ,ff '-yi! 4131! 5'1" K yr I 1 , , ,, , , zzzgfr. v xr - Ac 1 F-4 I ,,, I x r 1 1 vs,- 'Sc X , . 9-'AA Cn4l'l , 1 w., ' 5 A119 f. q u , 1, .. - 9 fs,.1M ' . ki V. ,gnu vt. J' 'C f,ax,Y K, 'A 1, 'V 'O-Q-pq., svQ.-.0, -., ,,,' I , ! 1.4 VARSITY SOCCER BOTTOM ROW: Derek Hunt, Pepi Gonzales, john Croci, Dave Leonardo, Mike Holt, Chris Abelli, Chris Ried, Armando Fernandez. TOP ROW Coach Fabio Castellanos, Mike Teresconi, Cliff Haskins, Tony Silva, Eugene Crowley, Patrick Garrahan, William Drake, jose Araujo, Onye Amaechi Dan Avery, james Casey, Brian Garrahan, Mark Levy. "-"5.. ' ' .1 ' ' ' -'Q , -.-:4F7'f'." rf.-u ,.'..ff-'L-. , 5fp.3'u-"i,'ft,.'r"1'iH,':-J.. '- 'rv f "" - -- , ' . - nh , . ' 9 A A A Wwgjf ,wffvrrf -Q -,'- . .4 L J l ,J L55 Q, . ,' ' .LU I.,-J ".,' I PAM f' -Lf 'A Practicing head balls on Saturday mornings at nine A.M. was murder! However, the season was one of good times and will surely be remembered. The greatest accomplish- ment was the victory over Braintree, the first in the history of South High Soccer. The team played well, and the un- derclassmen are looking forward to a new season, to step into the cleats of the graduating seniors. With the high spirits and help of the new coach, Castellanos, next season should prove to be successful. SOCCER SCOREBOARD Opp Wellesley 2 Milton 0 Walpole 1 North 2 Norwood 2 Braintree 0 Needham 1 Natick 1 Wellesley 3 Milton 1 Walpole 1 North 3 Norwood 0 Braintree 3 Needham 2 Natick 3 6-9-1 5 P. X IUNIOR VARSITY: TOP ROW: D. Courage, B. Gemma, 1. Stone, A. Casavant, 1. Casey, 1. Hampshire, M. Kulkin, Mr. Pregot tCoachJ, MIDDLE ROW: R. Terasconi, T. Grindeland, S. O'Neil, D. Clopeck,1. Hanscomb, T. Stephanini, T. Nadeau, N. Russo, M. Lopes. BOTTOM ROW: B. Gavel, I. lachowitz, B. Belforti, F. Rotatori, 1. Rigopolous. M . J' A . Vx '-'il g' . , . . 34' ,til Q grin M 551' ' . L fn 1 , ' ,fx:I'i1Iv':' F S 'N 'Q' ' - A " -' X X rr 'A I' , 'J-1 V5 I 4 5 , - ss s r 1 B K , ,E ' ' E T r X L: ' If X me-"", K ' t' .Q - unawa- .v - . N' K I 4'-.V P - Q4 Q V 4' 4,451 . ... . . ' ' 7'- - . ' A the 4l1,Qa ni- ,JL V , ,. . - ,- .em ' " ff ., ,.,. g g:':'-.53 .4 . IQ-. . --.-r- "-'mu'-a'Z."'-."l'1 'K -, -. . .1 . X.. , E - M FRESHMAN: TOP ROW: Mr. Blanchette tCoachJ, H. Soloman, M. Foley, C. Clinton, C. Cavalieri, I. Dimitrou, H. Amaechi, P. Demarco. MIDDLE ROW: B. Rosenberg, C, Tackacs, M. Cheffers, P. Hermann, M. Henderson, P. Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Captains Greg Dellape and john Howard. Wigan' fi "1 -"-I? ' , , , . , , :fs "A'Cif1A,. 1 I Ji 1 ,L,t"jA I':'gt'5:, Q h E f, x Ifk , 314,32 W in 'A if I I 91146113 .v, A, 4,11 Z' I I Q, 4 li, H . 1 , .L,".i. g--4, . " ff7g1"" ' , x "' ,. ,i I Q K' I 'K'-A,Jr:wfi'+'Q Hi' fqfwf. mf, ff M . ",'iigf'f,g4,,'fgQ' ff" 5'1,6zf. ' .5 54' Zi' 957, T.. 'V' g4,1'7M,.h4f,, Fay if ,fs ja ,,:1",f I A Y'4:,f'!"LL,'-Faq . . Af In -Lk'-'W V .-4 i i' 'V n ,K . ,ff.ivf,' I , f : 1 . - -.- -gn 3 . ' fgi Q X. Q, gm Q ' 5, 4' . Q vi we ,NN lx 'Y 3 442' 'QQ Qs. ' :Pia-is-L-,QQ F. A U Q A . 'sys 563' "5 . . o o - , Q o 9 Q '3 Q -',0'o'o'Qf 9 Q 540, ......f 8 -1 v0 1 D 115 i l F I N D O O R T RA C K i l TOP ROW: E. Latham-Brown, P. Savas, 1. Savas, O. Moore, A. Cassavant, 1. Barbieri, D. Frey, M. Baugh, S. Murray, M. Malone, R. Tierney. MIDDLE l ROW: 1. Rigopoulos, 1. Frey, 1. Bernhart, E. Abraham, K. Dooley, B. Foley, B. Brosnahan, W. Lawson, F. Harrington, R. Brita, V. Liberatore, P. Cheffers Coach Kroll, A. Pollinger. BOTTOM ROW: S. Thomas, L. Shaw, E. Hartling, L. Newton, P. VanCamp lCo-captl C. Hayden lCo-captl, T. Kiely, A., l Chaves, K. Foster. of' '01 l Ny . s at N.-x2 ' l 4 S. M99 Youth and inexperience became the keynote words for the Flyers 1973-1974 in- door track team. With only five returning lettermen, many underclassmen new to track were put to the test early. Outstanding performances were registered early in the season. Co-Captain Chuck Hayden established a new school record in the mile when he ran 4:31 at the Falmouth Invitational Meet. Other performers who established personal bests were Vic Liberatore in the two mile, lim Barbieri in the 600, Scott Murray in the 1000, and jim Savas in the shot put. Larry Newton in the 50-yard dash and Brian Brosnahan in the hurdles were also important point-getters. Three individuals who also had outstanding seasons and did well in post-season meets were Co-Captain Pete VanCamp, Ernie Latham-Brown, and Chuck Hayden. In the Finals of the state meet, VanCamp placed 3rd in the high jump, Latham- Brown placed 3rd in the 300, and Hayden placed 4th in the mile. Congratulations to these boys, and to the remaining members of the team. I ll , INDOOR TRACK SCOREBOARD Milton Wellesley Norwood Braintree Needham Walpole Dedham North Natick BOYS GYMNASTICS BOYS CYMNASTICS TEAM: STAND- ING: Mr. Anthony Manzello lCoachl, Robert Ablondi, Craig Bahnsen, Alan L .fl 41'- Levine, Andy Fuhrman, Fred Brandon Nikki Russo. KNEELING: jeff Goliger Steve D'Angelo lCo-captl, Paul Kind- stedt lCo-captl, Howard Barnstone. zu fl Boys Gymnastics requires muscular coordination and strength as well as courage and dedication. These prerequisites were tested this season in all seven meets. Although it wasn't a winning sea- son, the results were promising for the future. I N 'in 1 ' . 1 l I Q QQ I L When Captain Steve D'Angelo leaves we will lose -.V a strong competitor and a fine gymnast. Although ""'1 the seniors will be leaving, the team still has much potential for the coming season. I :S -A X lll f ! gnnmnq5.'.,kgY,,....,.,rsvx,Aw, Im 4 A J ,- X--QP A W A if - 1' B i 1 F' if : ' - . - ie K L. . . - .ag . it s,,,,,gsi as ,Q w 1' ' Ui" l ,fi l pf 1 ! ix 'I ' g X l 'fa A Q, 1 J . g Z. Q -lv r. - - f 3 i I ti I in n g Q 14. 'I' 9 . 6 G ' W it-5.1.4 it 3 X... - 5 .,i -fi 6 a pl M ni! A ' ,.....---1- BOYS GYMNASTICS .54 ,. ' V 1 SCOREBOARD Opp. 73.3 Wellesly 88.0 67.8 Needham 72.8 83.8 Braintree 110.9 76.1 North 106.4 87.1 Milton 89.0 77.0 Norwood 73.2 83.7 Natick 83.4 ,....-..,4- i "Fl Sir? f Q' "Q 1 . 6 Q! .Wai ,Q V , .... 5 1 g9.iif?'5?? A- 'ifki I Y . -1-wa.. rm . -... u ,. " if.: na iv u s' xi K 9 ' I Kr A 1' V ,A ' ' 5 3.??P5".: ' 1' l B., Ji.. I 'A' ff V 1 :N .145 V Ni f C no ni., ,- b 1 hui, I ..' Q3 H ,, . ff... 'J :QS B Q ' wg. v 3' 4 g fb 'ye rf.",3. 6 G N GIRLS GYMNASTICS: BACK ROW: B. McKinstry, P. Harris, D. Goldman, A. Hobbs, C. Seaver, C Goliger, M. Britt, E. Adler, M. Black, D. Ellison. SECOND ROW: A. Coburn, R. Knappe, A. Issacs, M Cordeiro, S. Westleman, L. Blumenthal, D. Ziglebaum, 1. Garfold, P. McKinstry, S. Abrams. KNEEL- ING: M. Dean lCoachJ, Tri-captains R. jones, S. Donley, I. Taylor. 1 " -AA The South High Girls Gymnastic Team enjoyed a successful season, winning six out of nine league meets. More than twenty girls were on the team and worked dutifully comprising routines and improving skills in the four competitive areas of floor exercise, vaulting, balance beam, and uneven parallel bars. Besides their ever-increasing gymnastic ability, more importantly, the girls ex- hibited vast talents in creating original and varied routines which set them apart from many of the other Bay State Teams. Although three strong competitors CSue Donely, Rebecca jones and jennifer Taylorb will be graduating in lune, the team next year will be comprised of many seasoned gymnasts who will surely experience another year of victories. GIRLS C-YMNASTIC SCOREBOARD Opp. 47.35 Milton 59.05 54.60 Norwood 57.35 47.10 Needham 57.40 53.40 Dedham 58.10 78.80 North 57.10 53.00 WalpOle 68.80 52.95 NatiCk 61.60 71.60 Wellesley 61.80 96.75 Braintree 54.95 6-3-0 ma GIRLS BASKETBALL ' . U - if gf ' M, 'f . s N f hy my ,f Vi 'N ff ' i Y"l . f GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALLZ KNEEL- X f' 5 -, K - X ING: S. Hulherin, P. Chiudioni, C, Lin- K , "' ..' coln, K. Gipps, K. Gipps, K. Salls. - W . 1, f STANDING: D. Malone, C. Soma, L. Q - f 'K N I IJ, 1. . Abelli, 1. Heller, M. Chiappini, 1. Hixon, . K S' :Q 5 5 Ms. Cross iCoachi. K- M Q A 1 tl H . . ' With varsity coach, Beth Cross, and returning assistant coach, Susan loyce, girls basketball had a very successful season. The scoreboard was less impressive than expected, but the 2-7 record is somewhat deceiving. Good, solid basketball was played and most of the losses were close, "down to the wire" games. The varsity squad was predominantly seniors, and the team play was ex- cellent throughout the season. lV's were 6-3 and defeated several of their opponents by very comfortable margins. Both teams improved tremen- dously during the season, and the varsity nearly upset league leaders, Framingham North and also Wellesley, in their final game. There is every reason to celebrate a good season this year, and although the team loses seven seniors, next year's season is promising and should provide a more impressive scoreboard for '75! 4l r I GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Opp. Walpole 25 Needham 27 Milton 35 North 37 Natick 29 Norwood 40 Dedham 32 Braintree 40 Wellesley 40 GIRLS IV BASKETBALL: KNEELINGZ I. Paitchel C k on ' rien K Holt Be e a gt , K. O B , . Q e STANDING C. Abelli, L. MacLean, H. Ze In I Otey B Tot an,M. Devery. BOYS FRONT ROW: P. Lewis, B.loyce, N. Lewis T Ciarron M Terascom I Galvani tCaptainJ D Hutchinson D Avery B Hillman 1 Croci, V. Corsina. BACK ROW: C. Lupis N Glynn P Moresi lHead Coachi P Flynn D McDonald I Wessells M Thayer P Sullivan, G. O'Neal, R. Harris, 1. jones C Reed I Slason l South High's Basketball team had a tough beginning against tough teams, although they improved tre- mendously as the season progressed. Much of the team's success can be attributed to the body co-or- dination and versatility of Mike Lewis, the "down- town" shooting of Rufus Harris, the defensive power of john Cialvani, and the consistent rebounding by Wessels, O'Neil, and Thayer. Since the team is only losing two starting players and Captains Galvani and Lewis, they should expect an experienced and strong team for next season. SUW l 'Y if-gm l--X F445 s x - i . f ' Sv x 'v '5 5 ,A Wi, BOYS BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD South Opp 49 North Needham Dedham Braintree Walpole Wellesly Milton Norwood Natick North Needham Dedham Braintree Walpole Wellesly Milton Norwood Natick ...Qi IUNIOR VARSITY: FRONT ROW: D. Hef- ferman, T. Carron, N. Lewis, 1. Croci, T. Marakulis, T. Heffernan. BACK ROW: P. Flvnn, M. Terasconi, M, McKeown, D. Blatt, S. Smith, M. Kulkin. .. 1' .. , 1 I J, f W-".l"' i N . av'- ' - iv' N ui 'T' ' ' '5 K 'nk ' - 5 'lj 731. v, 2 T -wg 'EL uf 9' Nb' .- '5 Ll' wi' I . ..,, S Q' 3 1. ,Y xv Kwik 51154 , R J, 21 4 .,. ,-22, -- ' " . I-i7'+T"' 1' f I HIIIIS H TIIHEI 42 IIESSELS UIEIL JUIES IIILLMII IIUTCIIIISUIS Z2 32 20 IU IC DUIILD 50 FRESHMAN: FRONT ROW: L. Clinton R. Grout, R. Bowman ICO-captainj, I Dudek iCo-captainl, M. Feigelman, G Hobson, M. Ablondi, I. Howard BACK ROW: M. Barry iCoaCl'tJ, P. Sulli van, B. Hutchinson, S. Shelman, B McCarthy, C. Cavalieri, D. Moran, Ci Bernson, S. McKeown, R. Spector, V Krikorian Uvianagerl, M. Shapiro iScorekeeperi. I Ja TOP G. Rotatori, 1. O'Rourke, L. Rolls, M. LaChance, l. D'Angelo, M. Cheffers, Coach L. H Mancini. KNEELINC-: C. Soloman, C. Bell, D. Frazier, K. Rotatori, M. Ware, MISSING: P. Durlun. A This was the Wrestling Team's first varsity sea- son. Everybody on the team came on with a lot of enthusiasm. Wrestling demands more raw strength and endurance than any other sport and each boy gave their best effort under the direction of Coach Mancini. The team is im- proving steadily and looks forward to a fine season nextyear. tg. 4 it N! 'QUIZ' dns., 19' T VARSITY: FRONT ROW: D. Fair, M. Eer- razi, C. Abelli, 1. Lowry iCo-Captaini, D. Leonardo iCo-Captaini C. Ventura B DeSimone, R. Weston, Chapin. BACR ROW: Mr. Eccleston iAsst. Coachl, M. Keily, Ci. Crowley, B. Drake, B. Macchi, S. O'Neill, C. Keily, E. Lill, B. Bell iCoachl. HOC KEY SCOREBOARD Opp. 2 Braintree 2 Braintree 1 Walpole 1 Walpole 3 Norwood 3 Norwood 1 North 0 North 2 Milton 1 Milton 3 Wellesley 0 Wellesley 2 Needham 0 Needham 1 Natick 5 Natick 1 Dedham 1 Dedham 16-'l-1 ALL-STARS David Leonardo lack Lowry Robert Macchi Richard Weston HOCKEY 7 41' 1 fx 9- , I Hs. Cd I U ...J BAY STATE LEAGUE CHAMPS + 1 L fi 1- f 'fs-v e X' Q , , - - " 'Z -all ' ' ' , va. 45. 'Oi f 4'- su .1 f J T Q , 'P- gll - 91 T tffsx To win the Bay State League Hockey Championship is a tremendous feat. To repeat the performance is all but impossible. This, however, was the aim of our senior-dominated hockey team, and they did it! Led by Co- captains Dave Leonardo and lack Lowry, and seniors Chris Abelli, Bob DeSimone, Dick Fair, Mike Ferrazzi, Bob Macchi, Geoff Ventura and Rich Weston, this goal dominated the season and perpetuated a "never give up" attitude. The aim was finally realized in the last game with a win over Dedham, the Championship was ours! This job could never have been done without the help of Gene Crowly, Bill Drake, Ed Lill, Chris and Matt Keiley and Steve O'Neill. SENIOR HOCKEY PLAYERS TOP: G, X entura. D. Leonardo lCo-Captainl, B. DeSimone 5 Lowry l,Co-Captainl, B. Macchi. KNEELINGL M. Ferrazi, D. Fair, R. Weston, C. kbelii. -s-1 -, C ,i K M X 9 an 'N D 2 'kv lr. P01511 4 ug wg' 6 x, 501' A33 .f, ILNJIOR VARSITY FRONT ROW: C. Page, D. Clopc-ckv, T. Surphanm, 1. Be!fortl, l. Fish, S. Quilotm, L. He-ndry, P, Hoyt, B ACK , ROW: K. Carroll, D. kujlffnon KCfoac'hJ, I. 1 !4.arvcfmu I ,' If 5'5- 1 Q L , R7 s-.rl X .V 8 SECCJNDS LEFT, L0 RY'S nf 'L 1-aff! 'rf' 4 , . if, A 4 x 5 X up xi. 5. ' f 5 . -f . ,lg.g?,3.:V.V..,l,', 4' , Y f , . ,, 5.L1,.,gf-41, f 4 '-4 , .J" 'fum 'L' It W ,' ' 1ff71'."':" 'H 94 1' .N 14' 35:1 n fa' 'n'f. -' ' Q,g1!452Etg54':'1Qk, wa . Ng 3 ll GOAL BRINGS SOUTH TITLE F , 5-sr pi, .435 :...k::I +. L ,L . my fqgzzggy 51 "I was coming in on left wing," says jack, "and the puck came to me. I stopped it with my glove, then took it in on my backhand. I looked and saw the goalie coming across the net, then he went down. When I saw that I gave the backhand every- thing I had and tried to get it over him." Which he did, as the puck whistled into the top right hand corner untouched, set- ting off a wild celebration that rocked Loring Arena for minutes. "I still don't know how he put that thing in the net," said Leonardo after- ward. "He's incredible." .M-.,,, ,E .4,,, U. egos.. "The scene was the Fram- ingham South locker-room last night after the Flyers had captured their second straight Bay State League hockey title. It was accom- plished with flare, with dra- ma, with just a pinch of the surrealisticf' FRESHMAN: FRONT ROW: R. DeSimone, P. Burman, F. Collota, M. DeSimone. G. Mc- Glauphlin, R. Tognacci, R. Sapporetie, W. Keilx tCaptainl. BACK ROW: I. Hall tCoachI, C.. Cor- bett, D. Thomas, C. Clinton, P. Foley tksst. Coachl, H. DeCoff lAsst. Captainl. B. Ixaras. M. Murphy. 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W A W l To a certain cleaning woman i know you are eighty - but that's not so old when you smile I a smile of yellow, humble all yours and baking soda'sj. always in white you come I on tuesdays and fridays to do our dirty work laundry and cleaning and mending K you are our sin eater j. your hands, red and gnarled from comet and twinkle and cascade - i want to kiss them. your huge solid body bound up in a thousand diferent girdles and slips i want to hug it. i want you to know, m y friend I eighty years youngj, that i love the love you show us -- comforting sorrows, binding wounds, forgiving sins, washing clothes. Mimi Wellington I 1 X' jp ,f 'ff - Q !4Q'f"f 25 ,Q Ip , Qglghml H" 4- As. .A ,A yprv.. 0 ':q,4,w'3'ff25-e ,, Ag Aaah -mia? ,4.' !'.3.vM!,Dv. I ,.f' ,. ff - -,v nv If -19 t -uf -G..rff'4l'w. 23,1-'.3'-asf.:QE52?S5s,f7,q,1vwmvCy2tQeswag 41:-4 "HM fl ty' .1 f' . J, W ,N-gf '51,-2,51-f't'i3. 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X Y -. fwgisfefgt. g-4: mpfig ' Dsfwrf" N 'M' I don't know what happened I was meeting her At the corner Like so many happy days The street seemed to last forever N o longer need I reach that corner A nd upon seeing her I found m yseU' turned about Heading in the direction from which I came I don't know what happened. Marjorie Trust ,,,,r . m.:'ln'iu 3 aiogf '1ll3!f 01 Sujjjgm um 1 asnmaq Apvq azu saqsnd GN X pll.lfM 13.1111 '3f9jlf191LL Q5 S2155 ., Oo N9 .Q N gb' of f Sb 15 'HQ 4,1 3 Q Zo S S gs - 115 c, X ,635 ' s QQ ., Q 2. 'Q .2 4' 6 QQ ggi 'T Q U Q'-3, .5 O' if 'f' 76 fd Gigi "'62,55i o iii? e'f'N 24 1 ,. ' ef '5 2 7563596 Qiiisf 662,329 Y QS e -Q sv s S C? C- .Q 5' QS ss S N o sw-wb s L Q1 H5 xi' B-X A ' ' QQQJ s - seams? X. e Q Q? Q. -S bf 65 . l Q. 'mb Q ,504 A, T hzs mornmg, sq ss Qffq, ' sunshine X Q Q? laughed upon my face , ' because Ihave asecrel. ,. 1 ..f,, .. ' xfzfyqfl J 1-1 I I Set the birdfree Let itfly to its own shore my hands and heart arefull no longer can i hold it here no havenfrom the storms ofltfe tossed by the currents ofthe air slight body vulnerable to any breeze with celestial wings unfurled fly and glide sit high upon the nzountain peak a child ofthe wind and drifter of the endless S A VENTURE We look into the souls ofeaeh other, and realize that something's wrong - that bottomless deep understanding is gone - although we realize this land know that they do tooj we're unable to do anything A we Certainly c'an't Change them, for it would be saerilege to take advantage ofa non thinker lfor what has he to defend him- sew? the wind blows - time changes, and here we are - and they are - still we are in search ofsonte inconceivable understanding of peaeelove but as we think we are getting Closer to this understanding - we are really getting further away - you seek perpetual C h ange. debi raphael soar . , . dip Anne Cushing Long have we lived in harmonious accordance m y friend. Long have the myriad delights of life wandered by our side. Here now we stand together, as our years and our tears as our laughter and ourfears cascade down around us - tomorrow has found us. The pieces lay shattered at ourfeet Long have our lives entwined myfriend. Long have we stood here amidst this inconceivable world Yet the bird oftime is calling his silver wings unfolded. Janice F ornactarz -' Z- W X awftp - , l ,Q . A 1 ' T 3 3379 -ww--44? S V lv ki' ...ff .1 - ,. 'Qs llll ll M 11: I QR 5.1: f ACTI ITI ES - - - ' fl"-1' -.110-. '-"' 1 ' 1' 2' r -..','1. 375.5 fe .' '."'f.1f'?w' wg 5 ffaf Qs Q iff ' ., ...--." . ' ' ff ' 1 5 L'-e-'R' . -' ', ' , 17 . .H .1-.11-'L' W ' -abt, 4 - - x A- ii -ru-.-J .5 V A -. . .- -- -gm ,-.,,i , . ..-,.1 'f3'v- . .,".f'x"1.R1?-f h 1 - 1. 1-..u1if.'P'-Q:"':KQ-"'4":- 75' ' -' 5' ' 5L1El."'g hh- ff? 'fa 35-2" 110' --t' 'fi .E :Tips--,"1 , ji.--A .J I l- V , , I - nik, ,319-fkvfx A - .. . : .3 ,Lb K 5 - :X - .12 1?-1 - . A I 1r:M.+.,... . - ,, ...U i Q? v -. ,-,, Y., .. I , K'-"'Y""' 'F-55'1F':' ' . , .x ?' ,- ix, -- ,-:.. ,,-N - .aw ,S-fy? , .2-fb L - .m.Q','-AH' ,pw -'isv -+ W 4-..- .P ' ' -r' 1 -N-1' IQ: 4 ' Q" AYL5N4'+eif-v"-Q 'Lx "1 V """"1 . - ' ' k S ' -. .,'... V, In Aw't, " - g M-:if iw'-1"' ?' i:' 3s 1. JF-21 : .W ' ' -l- . ,A-,,:-. -Q. . ,-., .. ,- . - -- f . A --' -' Q- . '4'-,,g:-ff:-:.ff',i.1 ' -. ,,r3T., - , .. r-. -A g:g1.4'?iP?'9J, "' - .'3rl,a1'.-ff 11-' Y - P A- T' -gf- -- - A.. ' ." F9-. - ,- f 'il' -. fC1gQ:--1.4.-affff' --: ?f, .4 " .5 r:- V 1: 3715 L '9'?"". '3-if Z." I-V 4-1-T?'i -1-4-A-iii: 744'-' 11 0+ ' :F ' -cr Q, Q 'ffgff ' 2+ ' . '-'3'?.f1-if 'if' " -f gsm" - w - - 1--A :az 1 fzfvw::.f"'-'.' N vf .-f - . :fig -Q., - N .- 1"" ' - "f4g:4-g,'5,,' QLT5,-N' - ,'.'--, .,"'-' -t1'1J1f"1.4gr, - 4. ,,. , .1 1-' ,fl L, . .-J 4' S 9--'gy 'L ,, "is: -A. . A - ,, ,-?.E.,'Q-1-nI":"3fxPL :3"-' Y' ',.5,.,- , - ' - x " 1- ,A tl ' H, 'W , . :' ,-.-Lg.-'l-A! '-4 " " E -Y 'I QS., .xfgi x A . I .4 x N-I ?,':,.,vq.i 4 N- ..4r?"ffe'.A . A7.,-,1-. .1 ' ', " . -1-U--f " "' ' ' C- U 1. . Y Y V V A ' - , -"" -v Y -. H V V -'. 91- ' if ' . Ui, 5 tv S- -cr ka S w 1. 'Y I 5 X .N pw' IDY' I Q f 1 - 5 N .e SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: BOTTOM ROW: M. Chioudioni, S. Dun- ham, F. Holdsworth, 1. Eden, C. Soma, K Gipps, C. Crosby, L. Swartz, D. Pentecost SECOND ROW: C. Quinn, P. LaLiberte M. Loonam, S. Ober, B. DiVittorio, C Carter, L. Coburn, D. Cassella, K. Hold- sworth, P. Zigelbaum. THIRD ROW: E Collotta, A. DeCollibus, K. Salls, 1. Pascuc- ci, A. Cushing, B. Bell, V. McHugo, P. Neri K. Gibbons. TOP ROW: D. Balcam, P Sloan, T. Zontini, 1. Heller, L. Herman, G Clinton, L. Abelli, K. Gipps. 1 we look before and after and pine for what is not, our sincerest laughter with some pain is fraught, our sweetest songs are those that tell ofsaddest thought. Percy Bysshe Shelly fn li-3-Q iz fini J, f Q., 5 Mu, 1 5. N , ,..-,I 'gk-.., ,,...-In lr-lf :" ,ig if iff--1 .5-5?,',Qf: 8 Y vig! nrzcn 1 Looking back on these past four years we realize just how much the character of each individual in our class has been de- veloped. Our personalities have indivi- dualized and now we each have a unique set of values that are all our own. Soon we will have to put these values to the test. We will sometimes be alone, and we will sometimes be together we will be able to cope with any situation that arises because our experiences with each other have strengthened us. This has been a learning experience that none of us will ever forget. It may be only in the future that we fully realize the wealth of knowl- edge that we have gained .W for we will never pass this way again. Chris Soma, lane Eden, Pat Ryan JUNIOR CLASS JUNIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: FRONT: 1. Luker, K. Bullard, R. Brown, A. Furhman, H. Zecker, S. Fulton, D. Shriber, E. Bauer, M. Keefe,T. O'Brien lVice-Pres.J, 1. Hickson, T. Soma, C. Soma. MIDDLE: G. Cohen, L. Barbieri, C. Convery, C. Belforti lSec.l, D. Duffy, A. Lloyd, I. Sydow, S. Ryan lTreas.J, L. Takacs, I. McGuire. STANDING: B. joyce, 1. Croce, P. Hoyt, M. Kiely lPres.l, C. Seaver, C. Wareing, L. Lemay, M. Riley, A. Nappy, P. Becker, I. Cob- urn, Mrs. Eisner lClass Advisorl, D. Raphael, S. Kaye, S. Cheslowsky. When we came in as Freshman, we were like unmixed jello, with no shape or form. As time went by, we added the water and are now in the process of con gealin g. Slowly but surely we're solidifying into one group. We are developing as people, apart from others, but also together, forming a distinct section of South High, which is striving to live up to the name of The Class of '75. I X 1 it ' R Qi- . it aw X me .4 .g -- ZQQIXUXV, pr- .- - .sg vb. 'H F ll 'Q IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Sheila Ryan lTreasurerl, Cindy Belforte lSecretaryl, Tricia O'Brien lVice-Presidentl, Matt Keily lPresidentl. 4-L+ I F: 0 'X . 'rx 'K fa: ,, ':',gf'f'n' 'M 2 y- s. Wx. I .Aw fi Qi 4 OPHO ORE CLASS -fc?-f ' 1 I i f"", 1 ll j n,,4f'1' inf: . ,ffl A i 1 - l , .f filipi- KI .D . jg, nt.. H I -I..-R-gg A . 1 X ,V-. 5 - , ' . - '. ,. -1 ..s.:1- iA,3-- Ar,-.'u,...-,gfi gl I .,.. an-Q .pw ' v - 't . 1 ' r-wt :Rae ,fr-af . I - . - f 'Q' WJ.- - 'jaw' , -'37 1: . 'J x '-'1- N' .. X " -H ' 1 . ' ' '.. . r. 1' ' - " 1 I ku' 1" 'll' "7"-."'l " V-uri :W-L' if-' WE.: L' "-"3-,J S ' x -5' . as -" ' ' - . "L x.. 5 ' .. "- ' . 7. rf-1 x. -1 ""'f' ' -- +' f ' - V' - , IWI5 :' 7" Gulf- -' -. X' I ', 'f . ' " S S- . -L . .- , v-",..-. '-.-.M "' ---- ' -'y--+.. ..-Y'.. . 5'---4' - ..'l".--' I' -C . , ,- Q. ,l ,- .- , -ff -V V. I NA ,-,.'-, .fin ,. . ,I .. In -v . .g-X ,v F: ,-,.., -. - .. -' - . ' S. ' .- - ' f ':..'. Si ui'-'elf 'v' .J9'.D:ix ,-.R 'AA . 161531 -. .Bev ..-C- 4 '4 N 77'-D .' 0 ' ' A ' ' v -' - SOPHOMORE STEERING COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW: H. Barnstone, B. McCorkindale, L. Roberts, S. Abrams, M. McCourt, K. Moynihan, I. Isaac- son, K. Miller, L. Walstencroft, K. Harrington, L. Manion, K. Salls, K. Read, D. Smith. MIDDLE ROW: M. Berardi, C. Malcomb, 1. Paitchel, N. Scagnel- li, D. Zigelbaum, K. Hanley, C. Hanley, S. Cohen, B. Totman, K. Harvey, C. Ryan. BACK ROW: P. Fiore, K. O'Brien, K. Fair, P. Carney, M. McLean, S. Zimmerman, I. Cuglielmo, D. Devine, 1. Sachowicz, P. Anderson, P. Garrahan, C. Keiley, D. Clopeck, S. Queen, I. Rigopoulos, S. Fried, M. Taylor, K. 1 Hutchinson. 4. 5 if . '1- I 'S .fi 'fiilj :LE .. . A 0 '4 .. ' v J B. '. I . Q If , 'UQ Q I..-XNILLYMLI-I N0 BARRIER - She nmy' not speak English and they :nay not he tluent in Vietnamese, but the Vlass of 1976 at Frzimingham South High School has made a rnininitment to a live-year'-olcl c-hild living there, by providing her financial support through the Save the Children Federation. Looking at a photograph of H"I'ap are Arthur Cassavant ileftt a member ot' the class steering committee. and Howard Barnstone, the class president. - 4 4.1. l is, n-F" l if " .Q l fy I 3,18 ,L , ' v Mm, Q ii' -,, , t' .4 v-mm -as ,H 1 kr , my kvwgru. in 'Mari I N .-no ' 319 .yi 'Y ' l P X K s 1 ,lllx ,lf-"' A .vii ,,. sg ,-.fit llfl We come to South very excited, a lit- tle awed and somewhat unsure of ourselves. With the warmth, leader- ship, and friendliness of this year's seniors, Mr. Brunelle and Mrs. Savas, we have grown and experienced much. Crane's Beach, the car wash, and the ski trip have created some very warm memories. We are still growing, but not so quickly that we are unable to stop and look behind. For although tomorrow locks up its own secret, yesterday holds the key and today is a door always to be opened. 3 . , ., 'n , 'V I . 1 1 ya .la- 4 1 ' 1 ,gz- lg l, f If I A f'... - 1 ,.- . 1 .vu . SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: B, McCorkindale lSecretaryJ, K. O'Brien lVice Presidentl, H. Barnstone iPresidenti, P. Fiore lTreasurerJ. I 1 N22 2 7 w Epi J K l FRESHMAN CLASS QL. :V I.-uf f X' Q. X .1 AN n. a I N .Jai f I Il' r " I ..Q- L ' -M.. ,,. , . -Q . ., w ' 1 . , l lfv i 1:3542 P2 ll V I .. , If-"ai In .ang I? l55ll I 4 Wu lg!! f' - x ' I. I want, by understanding myself, to understand others. I want to be all that I am Capable of becoming I Katherine Mansfield ..a.eB1AiLnz..fQ.. J -' .5 rs' FRESHMAN STEERING COMMITTEE: BOTTOM ROW: D. Coots, E. Cohen, W. Ross, B. Rosenberg, B. Erickson, T. Orawe, R. Gold hvrg, W. Saivetz. SECOND ROW: D. Donovan, E. Ober, N. Mansfield, I. Butler, D. Willis, L. Liverman, R. Bell, A. Coburn, P. Tosti K. Foster, D. jaciobs, TOP ROW: A. Moore, S. Turner, I. Nadeau, L. Casella, H. Tomlinson, L, Carrara, G. Wall, B. Sawyer, B. Fiore, L Supeno, A. Soma, S. Thomas, I. DeCollibus, I. Chuidioni, D. Casali. . ,. ' -- 4. ff vi .- ff, , . .aafrgzx 1 'fr' ' .x: 'li W' " .' , 1 A ,ff 5 f'."-ffzf., 'f-, - ,f,:Zy,,f Y. .fgwgfgff -any ' V " ' rf 3' " l.,"f'. 5 ' VW- J FL' A ' f. A f jW91f55'3frfZsf'i' , ew., 399211 .ffmnfu ,I , pa-o. 1 , ,,,,.. 'f,.,f.,v0PQ"!ff, ., .- 1 'i ., X.. 'Q' 06... X Qi 'uf ,.. itll. Z S Wx 'XX FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: B. Rosenberg, L. Shaw, B. Erickson, W. Ross. Entering South High is a new and challenging experience for all Fresh- men. We entered a new type of school situation. Besides being lost for a week or so, we were also introduced to a new learning experience and a new type of school government. With the help of our class advisor, Miss Colbath, we were able to run a fairly successful raffle and dance. In the spring, we hope to have a few more activities to add some money to our treasury. Although we have not accom- plished too much, as far as money goes, we have learned from our experi- ences and have had a lot of fun doing II. al 'I I lr X' fx ' 1 K if ...- , lr! N N ,Y ' Q ' .A 1 lf' , 1, l59 STUDE TCO ER ME TCOALITIO - I - 1 2' T N , QUT HA-r , J .lx 1 5 1 MRJ' "' PPENIN 44-I rre STUDENT P QVERN N E N QA IT R r- EA ' si ' fffvrf: Si' r I nu 5, , r , i , . 97 'RL . , iv. L. FIRST ROW: Str-vv Fried, Lil lordan, linda Ferro, Cathy Noonan, Cheryl Prince Nice-Presidentb, Cindy Kelly CPresi- dr-nu, loannr- Mcianu- tTrr-asurr-rl, Carol S4-avr-r, Cinrly Soma, Andy Furhman. SECOND ROW: Maryanne Beradi, Peter Maxon, Irand lonuni, BobSt0inb1-rg, Nc-al Sc haffvr, Nic ky Russo, Lynn Manion, Cathy Miller. THIRD ROW: lim Barberi, Ruhr:-Hurr1ham,Kr'nnvfvinstvin. Z- IMDb Lx: RL. ' 1 Wah mm nl ,Q 3524-' . EM I . 4- .2 , Liu g A r Y .Z Q..- rxf' if ATIO AL HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: BOTTOM ROW: D. Aranoff, C. Waring, C. Seaver, B. Steinberg, E. Mittell, E. Barbieri, C. Crane, A. Cushing, K. Keohane, E. Shaw. SECOND ROW: S. Becker, E. Fox, D. Casella, I. McGuire, C. Goliger, C. Convery, M. Chaves, L. Nearman, P. Zigelbaum, I. jackson, S. Pen- IGCOSI, A. Wellington, L. Swartz, N. Fournier, P. Sloan. THIRD ROW: M. Thayer, R. Hinckley, M. Levy, L. Cireb, R. Brown, S. Miller, M. Roberts, S. Lyon, D. Ventura, A. Epstein, C. Bushen, P. Cavalieri. TOP ROW: D. Leonardo, B. Brosnahan, D. Fraser, S. Lingham, F. Harrington, M. Cohen, 1. Taylor, S. Ryan. T19 This year N.H.S. tuned its attention to community and school oriented projects. A tutoring system - established with Guidance, The Christmas Project - opened to all students and a dance for retarded teens were some of the projects headed by N.H.S. A Flea Market is also planned for the spring. The idea of turning the N.H.S. into an ac- tive society in the school and community was initiated this year and we hope it will continue in future years. "WM, JW! NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: Elizabeth Barbieri, Presi- cle-nt, Elaine- Mitts-ll, Vice Pri-sirlent, Brenda Steinberg, Anne' Cushing, Carroll! rant' -J I I HO ORS A D AWARDS Pat Ryan, D.A.R. Award. Larry Greb, School Committee Alternate Representative. .5 l 5-I L xl ll --73-5 .. N 'F - 11" " 9 . ' ' " ff.: l,-If Sally Lyon, School Committee Representative Diane Koos, Alternate School Com- 'nittee Representative. Linda Swartz, Regional Advisory Council. J? S Xxtf' sw- h T ., X Q . V53 L , .ii-ci -fl 1 f"fZD' fr" IT r E l l 3 LJ 552 !,: "P"' "nfl x 'QE' l J :full Li' W- F' .9551 'J' an X 'V 5- xi V XR'- , x . x JA X04 ii.-1.1 Dave Leonardo, jewish War Veterans Award. lo AFS jesse Regalado - Philippines My year in the United States as an American Field Service student is the most exciting and rewarding experience of my life. My stay has been filled with new experiences, new friendships, and new challenges. The opportunity I have been given, of being a part of an American home and school is one that I will always cherish. Meeting other students in AFS was not only fun and exciting, but it also helped broaden my knowledge and understanding of other people. The year has gone by so fast and the time has come to say good-bye to a year of my life, a year of new horizons, football games, hockey games, shoveling snow, raking leaves, catching the school bus and many, many more memories. I express my sincere gratitude to my American family, my teachers and to all my friends for the generosity I can never equal in return. jesse Regalado wit' L 5 5,224 , YHIW 525158 Q9 'I "lQgQ'u'ig 7. . .ik-,-.w. s.- 'mll EWU W. 11" "Walk together, talk together, o ye peoples of the earth, then and only then shall ye have peace." That is AFS. After living with the South Africans for a year, I came to love them as I do my own family. The people were warm, friend- ly and always ready with a helping hand. The country is very beau- tiful, modern yet so untouched by commercialism. The hospital where the first heart transplant was performed creates such a con- trast with the African tribal life. ln this country of the old and new, I came to realize that one does not have to stay in their own land to find a home. Tammy Mueller ,.. 6 - 5. V A-"' 99019 ' .vu +1 1 -F M. ' ' Ni 'Nr RALLIES '74 .5-X - fix Q . S QQ . 'L , ,xl A ! .,-2: I, 1 x 'fa ug 'iz qf 'a ?i'i gf qc' VU 50" W' ' 9' "7 if 'H 1 , . 'Q 1-f-."',gr9' 1' 1 ,, Pg, r rw ' N 5' ' A -' - if ' M 5' ' ' N" - 4+ 1 -rw 5 ff' 1 f V .I . f N X J f- - 1 0 lj I , - , ,Ti 44 ' 'E :Gisli if We -fl r' A, - ff ' L ' 4. '- Y' , .- ,--' yxflgfflf ng ' 5' fi K 'X? . J 'f M' '- L k ' ,,.'If in 2-tL.:Q,Nf: 4 i", ' N4 l H ' ' , - A N f' . S' ' JI, A ' ,,,,,,,.,,,, ,. ' x f 'F . ' Q , - , L . '-W 4 , D ' "Q ' . ,bi MwAl,-4- -A , ,,'T' .,' ' A .' - P ,. "' ' ' - A-xx, Y 0. vw QF ' .."f'L" A f A . 4' ' fs-H! n 5 x 4, . - D I A-T. yu. 5. v i ' . . A . ,- , 'wfflwh I' ,. ' A I' .. - .' -' . fti .MAL 1-no-fv-13. 3 't I .N Es. 7 IJ., ,av E Q .K . ,,, A Q 2' 4 1' " J 'v 1 ,. ' in , J aw V x . ' '1' rfQ4,.v-' IE ig ' "5""" sh as -H+ 0 t ,L .6 Li., ll' Xu 5 . - ,L :M Ll N - M vt - Clfdv-Qi:-gg,-1-A 'fu - XS-f iw."" -fgk 1f7'2f7"f"" w'1ff"1. H"ff"' ,, ' , V Kxdaajff-"" 2- 4- 1 9 4, Vff AH7, W , , f FJ: ryrlf-fc!! ,I f 1 ,xt ,. - f I vp Kr- xr if n'4 ,I F , 'Jig 'f f' W" LZ 5 , 10- I Y . n x 'WT V' .ffl l x All A x,'K Bryant C Straton, ' n 'Q' ,' -fv.-1-,l 'J'w,o .Ls . , 4- -Q 9. .Mm-1,1 . - '1- 613,56 , . -..i-115 S. A. an ,X ..., N .., X . - ' su' ,Ig ', 4, nh. M-5' -+1 'ff Qpl As .-if 2 Q ' W - gf' If I 5 td Q , 'T 'QQ 'I . 49 RT - l s: f ' I fa . Q Ig ' A I I K ggnui"" ,QT . . If ' I 1 IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: BOTTOM: S. Thomas, P. McKinstry, B. McKinstry, D. Kraser. SECOND ROW: K, LaMargue, M. Hamil- ton. TOP: K. Foster. MISSING: K. LaNarde, P. Tosti, B. Hart, A. Hopkins. 3 f-A-490 MAIORETTES: FRONT: C. Charnley lDrum Majorettel, D. Roberts lCaptainl. BACK: L. Denham, C. Sousa, L. Manion, G. Sleeper, N. Marti nelli, D. Falone, N. Cagne, 1. Miller. ' ' L55 rr w Pv Q , 1 A l 4 I 1 r .' N 1. le '-lg 1 ,L dh., .wma S POM POM CLIRIS: TOP ROW: Anne Burke, Michelle Pauley, lafkie jones, Linda Ferro, Marian Anderson, Laura Carlson. MIDDLE ROW: linda li-:nav if ri-c aptl, If-rry Nardini, Sandy Loc ke, Debbie Pellegrini, Carolyn Convey ICO-captl, Donna Pappas, Donna Goodwin, Cathy NA: Iimu- HO! ION1 ROW. lVl.irv C hudioni, Debbie Balcom, Patty laLiberte, Cindy Quinn, ludie Provencher, Terry Ryan ,Valerie johnson 'C .npr i . l as COLOR GUARD: FRONT ROW: C. Waring, P. O'C,rady, M. Rielly, I. Luker. BACK ROW: A. Lloyd C Clinton, C Perri M Taylor V Shank lCaptainJ, M. Benifito, L. Calumbo, B. Leeds, D. Shriber. , - - f h 1. 1 4 vvfv lu -4 1-Q--Ti. ,-Y 7:1 'L il -1'lf774"c '- Y .- v A - - In . ' Y-H - ,bww -:auf , , A, C V W- 5- i-p : '-Q: - frf--I-.. ij -. Q - it? E- '- ' " '71 """""""' "M" , ..,.,.. -I f- L13 B wr 3 ' vu. 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A. ll,--'fi 'gif' ww,-, .-,,,3:5.,g,'f","',ffj'-'Y -., N1 :ij '. -rf j,..df ' I lv ' . ,,, . -,-:Qs . ., , ,549 ,U ....--,fan A ., ,. ww., N-. --,,9. ,,, . . ' 1'?'Fgg"9"4: fivgfvffl lofi- -'rC:G7:f-f -L ' gp- ' --g'4,gg3-,'zgf'gK' ' A A " ---L :ff M " .. 'L no 'rdf ,, ,Q w- 1 - , 1A , .' 1 .. - .- . QQ' 1- . ,.g.,w.f L- - .. - .vw . 17' A.-. . - .1-f..f.a..-4 -1-1--5? f ,k 'L '-'lf' Vs' ' :Q gg 5 -, ' 14" -' 5 -- - -. . Q-.4 v4:,QQ.-g,'-g.g-1,f-- Af,-mfefff 'f' ,. . . ' -- M: if hw: .4-4,731 W 1 -1 qSQ"",.uQ4 .G . u...i,,,Q-,fs ' ---g.,:,,- Ir, 1 ,qv-1 .x-1 -, ' 'V 'T-sw: ' . I ,-.I - - 1 z. f- -ff-.ff "if - vi-14, P '- ' ' ' ' ' f.fff,41.' :-vt.--2'.'.1.1-' 5, - r " 1 gl. ' ,,..?-ggi, ii, , 5,3-558.-ig . fy- K 1 A7 ,- -5rvWg55,,,:-5g,f::e-5: Q3-,..3f7r .4-3. .3 "' 'Mk' A f " ' " - " -"P" -' - aa . r" ml.. . .x':4':f'2'Ff1:N.'.'2Jff-:5v:1"f."i3Z'Y.':i:"' ft? -. MIXED CHORUSZ FRONT ROW: C. Previte, A. Dutton, D. Saivetz, S. Eyesman, D. Cassella, M. McLean, A. Choe, D. lacobs, M. Piselli, T. Sher- man, S. Pentecost, L. Shapiro, R. jones, D. Gold- man. SECOND ROW: C. Grain, H. Zecker, S. Scanlin, S. Shaw, A Toner, D. Arvidson, D. Knoff, C. Happy, H. Gordon, G. Wall, F. Downes, C. Emory, L. Manikas, M. Manikas, B. Boe. THIRD ROW: S. Manahan, P. Herman, K. Lynch, A. Loyd, K. Koffler, I. Perla, S. Turner, M. Chaves, A. Delprete, W. Saivetz, R. Goldberg, C. Gentili, P. Noble, S. Smith, P. Savas. FOURTH ROW: D. Ar- vidson, D. Summer, D. lost, M. Black, A. Hopkins, R. Friedman, E. Summer, D. Estey, L. Cassella, B. Brosnahan, Mr. G. Perrone, D. Binder, D, Haa- gens, D. Blatt, P. O'Grady, K. Ware, G. Loyan, D. Devine, L. Themistocles, A. Golden, W. Wiener, S. Childs, R. Kelley. MISSING: L. Binder, R.Cap- stick, S. Gurney, R. Marks, H. Silverberg, B. Swain T. Zontine, R. Westeman, R. Polomerenko, B. Wright, K. Christian, C. Kelly. ! X ,- Z i A, 1. '. I , s, f f .1 Kms X U 1 .'-' -Q1 ' , -1090-,-5 'K 44.4 .u MUSIC GROUPS BAND: FRONT ROW: R. Westelman, R. jones, C. Previte, V. Alfano, I. Hixon, Mr. G. Perrone, T. Sher- man, I. Hampshire, D. Haagens, P. Cavalieri, D. Goldman, L. Huntoon. SECOND ROW: A. Graham, S. Manahan, F. Diehl, 1. Oosterman, H. Mekker, 1. Millman, E. Adler, W. Lawson, A. Pollinger. THIRD ROW: P. Chiarello, A. Goldin, L. Greenburg, C. Convery, G. Smith, S. Shaw, P. Emory, R. Carp, E. Ha- hansson. FOURTH ROW: F. Downer, R. Grossberg, T. Lage, D. lost, P. Britt, D. Alzapiedi, R. Cripps, E. Summer. BACK ROW: P. Grady, R. Alzapiedi, K. Hahansson, K. Russ, M. Chaves, T. Kiely, M. Hahn, D. Summer, C. Silver, P, Herman. I I IAZZ BAND: BOTTOM ROW: M. G. Per- rone, D. Haagens. SECOND ROW: D. Saivetz, F. Downer, H. Zecker, D. lost, P. Britt, D. Alza- predi, R. Cripps, R. Grossberg. THIRD ROW: M. Chaves, B. jones, R. Westelman, P. Cavali- eri, D. Goldman, C. Sousa, E. Summer, D. Binder. TOP ROW: K. Hakansson, B. Alzapie- di, M. Hohn, T. Kiely, D. Summer. ORCHESTRA: MEMBERS: E. Adler, D. Aleze- piedi, R. Alezepiedi, D. Binder, P. Britt, R. Carp, L. Casella, P. Cavalieri, M. Chaves, C. Convery, R. Cripps, F. Diehl, F. Downer, P. Emory, C. Goliger, R. Grossberg, D. Haagens, E. Hakansson, K. Hakansson, l. Hampshire, P. Herman, E. Hilborn, B. jones, D. lost, K. Kohl, W. Lawson, S. Manahan, E. McLean, H. Mek- ker, J. Osterman, S. Pentecost, K. Russ, S. Shaw, T. Sherman, G. Silver, G. Smith, E. Summer, D. Summer, S. Thomas, W. Webb. M. Weiger, R. Westleman, C. Kemp, H. Zeclt- er, D. Goldman, M. Henderson, M. Hohn, E. Wilder, A. Pollinger, T. Kielv, R. Graham, C. Sousa. 1'3 MADRIGAL: D. Saivetz, D. Casella, L. Casella, D. lost, G. Wall, P. O'Grady, G. Smith, Mr. G. Per- rone, K. Ware, D. Binder, R. Westelamn, B. jones, C. Previt, A. Dutton, D. Goldman. lllllillllllvtlllltl liil 'Y'-F41-I-I V' .. -1q.nq.1 , . U , Q12 . 1 1 1' , K V - i. . 4 .fail . 1' 1 ?l 1 1 .A l A l i X , l -Q Z' . ln X 4 t . ' ". L . I if t . E, Q, , .M . N A CAPPELLA CHOIR: FRONT ROW: S. Shaw, L. Casella, W. Saivetz, T. Zontini, B. Boe, K. Ware, M. Giammarco, C Friedman, Mr. G. Perrone, G. Logan, D. Devine, F. Downer, L. Themistocles, P. O'Grady, D. Goldman, A. DelPrete, A Golden, M. McLean. SECOND ROW: S. Eysmann, D. Saivetz, S. Pentecost, D. Casella, A. Dutton, K. Russ, L. Binder, S Scanlon, M. Blac k, P. Kilimnik, H. Silverherg, I. Perla, R. Kelley, A. Hopkins, R. Friedman, R. Goldberg, S. Childs, T. Sher- man. BACK ROW: D. Smith, R. jones, R. Westleman, D. Blatt, P. Savas, C. Cavalieri, G. Wall, G. Smith, D. Arvidson, D Binder, D. lost, D. Arvidson, D. Estey, B. Brosnahan. BOYS GLEE CLUB: FLOOR: Mr. G. Perrone, S. Ps Brosnahan, D. Arvidson, D. Blatt. SECOND ROW: Arvidson, D. lost, R. -Westleman, B. Grossiberg, Savas. TOP: D, Haagens, E. Summer, C. Grain, Wright. if-A I X u if .. , , I f if . 71' . f' 1 . it ' ..f+:f7gzffL Q ' :N ' - I A n- 'V - V .i In L ' ' ET I is JJ. te' lm fy' -U fl , I Q Q QF,-:.ff 'tif 4 fs GIRLS GLEE CLUB: BOTTOM ROW: H. Zecker, K. Lynch, K. Koffler, S. Eyesmann, A. Loyd, D. Knoff, C. Hap- py, H. Gordon, W. Saivetz, F. Downer, S. Pentecost, B. jones, D. Goldman, L. Shapiro. SECOND ROW: M. McLean, R. Goldberg, A. Hopkins, M. Black, l. Perla, S. Turner, M. Chaves, D. Divine, G. Logan, D. Smith, L. Themistocles, A. Goldin, A. Choe. BACK ROW: D. Casella, A. Dutton, S. Manahan, R. Friedman, L. Casella, S. Shaw, Mr. G. Perrone, K. Ware, P. O'Grady, B. Boe, A. Toner, S. Childs, W. Wiener, R, Kelley, T. Sherman. MISSING: V. Capstick, R. Marks, K. Russ, T. Zontini, D. Saivetz, K. Christian, C. Kelly. s tecost. BOTTOM: D. Summer, D. Estey, D. Binder, DRAMA DRAMA CLLJB: FRONT ROW: Mr. Pimes, Advisor, A. Raditz tSecretaryJ M. McLean lVice-presidentl, C.. Smith tPresidentl, D. Saivetz tTreasurerJ, SECOND ROW: Ci. Wall, P. Emory, W. Saivetz, R. Goldberg, C. Freidman, P. O'Grady, D. Buschini, A. Hopkins, C Miller, C. Convery, R. Marks. THIRD ROW: P. Marvey, R. Savell, W. Stein, S. Eysman, 1. Millman, L. Lion, K. Hakaason, 1. Funk, L. Cassella, K. Christian, L. Liverman. FOURTH ROW: C. Convery, K. Lennard, P. Kilimnik, M. McGrath, A. Dutton, I. Ruivo, M. Black, A. Goldin, L. Evans, L. Loman, P. Math. TOP ROW: D. Cassella, O. Amaechi, D. Esty, S. Thomas, D. Giatrellis, T. Sherman, C. Hayden, R. Freidman, 1. Hampshire, D. Feil, I. Miller. ' 1 yx a I ...aa- ur' T-... " 'NG s-nv' - . a D "Welcome to the Theatre" is the key phrase at South High for Drama in 1974. With a Drama Club of eighty members - five major productions scheduled for the year - and six courses in theatre being offered, the Drama Program is off and running. With continued support from the administration, faculty and student body, we can guarantee dramatic productions of the finest quality in the state. Our audience is the key to our success, please keep up your support! MA RATf SADE November 1973 I , I, KN v" Q 1 1 SENIOR CLASS PLAY FANTASTICKS November 1973 FIREBUC-S january1974 -a S xi 'N I LA G AGE CLUBS LATIN CLUB: TOP: S. Grace, C. Ryan, L. Liverman, I. Carroll, H. Solomon, S. Zakon, K. Brennan, K. Read. BOTTOM: Miss Vancavage, A. Burke, P. Harris iVice-Presidenti, L. Lemay lPresidentJ, M. McCourt, lSecretaryl, I. Ahmodjian, D. Zigelbaum. 7,4 .. sg. ,,. Q. l D l ,. 'far' ,Lge fr: f ' -J 'lipgu' V ' '4..n'. 5- h' . ' ig.z'f'--1?-rn The international Language Club is comprised of the individual language clubs already in exist- ence within South: The French, Latin, Spanish, and German Clubs. The goal of the Internation- al Language Club is to expose foreign language students to the customs and culture of the var- ious countries. Each month a club presents a program dealing with some aspect of their coun- try's Cuture. This goal was reached in December when the I.L.C. sponsored a Christmas party combining the customs of each clubs' country. Food and song of this festive period rounded off this fete and hopefully promoted an understanding and appreciation for others. ...-.--- N RJ A GERMAN CLUB: BOTTOM ROW: G. Dallape, A. LaCroix, R. Bell, M. Cohen, I. Saleson, C. MacClean. SEOND ROW: A. Diatelivi, L. Barr, B. Ozols, H. Gordon, M. Josephs, H. Goldman, P. Kindstedt, M. Kaiser, E. Abraham, V. Corsim. TOP ROW: Mrs. C. Rubeski, I. lukvr, 1. Dallapf-, I. Rooney, P. Rooney, B. Brosnahan, C. Bahnsen, P. Walsh, B. Bergin, L. Huntoon, L. Cass, R. Westelman, T. Marsden. FRENCH CLUB: BACK ROW: Miss Weber, G. Cohen C. Hutton, P. Mason lSecretaryl, R. Steinberg Nice-Presidentl, H. Mekker lPresi- dentl, K. Keohane lTreasurerl, S. Miller, C. Crane, I. Carrol, M. Dickmann. MIDDLE ROW: L. Greb, B. Steinberg, N. Dickmann, A. lack- son, D. Videira, D. Koos, W. Stein, H. Walker, A. Choe, Miss Satlak. BOTTOM ROW: D. Evers, B. Wrasman, E. Goldman, L. Liverman, K. Schwartz, W. Greb. I P9-. 'Ei ....l.1n. ,. Li ' SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW: L. Greenberg, K. Guttman, K. Levenson tPresidentl, D. Videira lSecretaryl, E. Shaw, V.1ohnson, I. Karas. SECOND ROW: R. Chimeno, I. jones, S. Molloy, A. lackson, C. Galandzi, M. Power, 1. Pedini, l. Regalzdo. BACK ROW: Miss Leslie 'lope, A. Olano, L. Antonio, D. Lyon, D. Kortecamp, D. Molloy, E, Smith, C. Hayden, P. Sloan, M. LaChance, P. Tyler, D. Karas. AIDES D Q 5 '-rfgwf. , 1 M 1 ,.. 1 T LANGUAGE LAB AIDESZ BACK ROW: B. Tolle, L. Cass, 1, Carroll, D. Leeland. FRONT: D. Cass. 73? Q-4' ia x unmmm "3 x ,-3-J., 11 -37 ' ' ui ' Y 1 1 r f-.4-. R ' ' ,.... -'Q xv I7 GUIDANCE AIDES: Claudia Bomengen, Sharon Knickerbocker, Linda Richard. , fi it-gf elf! 'L 9TH GRADE OFFICE AIDESZ SEATEDZ M. Rios. SECOND ROWS M. Gri fin, L. Pandolfi. .V I I 4 5 .6f N I., ' I l .ts .,,l,, LIBRARY AIDES: FRONT ROW: H. Gordon, I. McGuire, C. Bren- nan, Miss Elizabeth Lathrop, E. Klainer, B. Akillian, S. Rawling. BACK ROW: R. Steinberg, N. Dickmann, P. Mason, 1. Carroll. MISSING: C. Rawling, R. Race V. Fuller. r AUDIO-VISUAL AIDFS: FRONT ROW: C. Willey, M. Brown, T. BQCIQ, C. Grain. BACK ROXN1 D. Arvidson, T. Ross, N Hopkins, C, Manseau, R. Ward, E. Schwartz. ISS KN x I l CLUBS PING PONC CLUB: FRONT Row11.Regala- do, O. Arnaechi, M. Shaffer, S. Gordon. BACK ROW: Mr. Krikorian, C. Hanely, Silverberg, E. Goldman, N. Shaffer. FINE ARTS CLUB:A. Kindler, M. Greb lCo-Presidentl, I. Taylor, lCo A. Wellington. 5 D. Smith, H. ,uv Roborts, L. '.l I .1 if -Presrdentl, , l li V ll . ylyll l I . , T f' Q - 1 , - TA l A lx wg!! Ifj V, --w.f ,N .rl-. My F' . W---3 - ,X gk V ,. 'Th'-., ,Ming , 4' .1 1-,. , auxin? A I, . . . r.,-,A -51:3 4. l .142 , SKI CLUB: FRONT ROW: P. Tosti, K. Foster, T. Burick lPresidentl, 5. Murphy, R. Manks, H. Gordon. BACK ROW: Mr. Engvall B llllgflfdlfl Nice-Pre-side-ntl, P. Walsh C51-Cretaryl, B. Fine, B. Hart, B. Erickson, L. Supeno, B. Wright, D. Quilty, B. Rosenburg Mr, lin-1-n. E: Aali CHESS CLUB: D. Contrada, Mr. Paul Hester, F. Murphy, D. Summer, C. Silva, Mrr Roger McDevitt, B.Shar.af. POLICE ENGINEERING SURVEY TAKERS2 FRONT ROW: B. Akillian, C, Rawllng, S, Stearns, K. Hakanson, E. Klainer, V. Fuller. BACK ROW: L. Newton, I. Steel, Sargeant Foley, C. Generazio, R. Race, R. Capstick, J. Seifert. Ax," "if:-1-:.-' I ,Cl - SPEECH CLUB: K. Feistein, L. McLean, P. Kilmnik, H. Barnstone, M. McLean, I. Millman, A. Wellington, S. Zacon, D. Savitz, R. Sos- ney lSupervisorJ. STUDE T CRIER This year, the Student Crier has attempted to be more representative of the entire student body. We have enlarged the sports section to in- clude the most popular sports events as well as those less well received. Many students welcomed the return of the "C.rapevine". Larger edito- rial and feature sections have compensated for the lack of news arti- cles. The Student Crier has tried to reach the student body and make it aware of the need for a school paper, however, the amount of sub- scriptions fell to its lowest point ever. Although the paper has gained continuity, school support has fallen off. YN -an r ' . I ' A R, ,, ------ r. sf Y" Mrs. Baldwin - Advisor STAH: IOP ROW: M. Cohen, D. Ventura, R. Hinckley,C,. Smith S Miller L Greb H Homanoff K Leonard P Carney SEATED i A. Wellington, S. Zimmerman, E. Collotta, M. Levy iCo-editorl Mrs Baldwin lfaculty Advisor! E Mittell ICO editor! K Gibbons A -,www ' we 1 i THE PAGE The Page is South High's creative publication. From our humble beginnings as a single page in the Student Crier, we have progressed to become a complete magazine. This year we published one issue in the spring. It contains a variety of literary, artistic, photographic, and musical works submitted by both stu- dents and teachers. Mrs. Grode - Advisor ll PAGE: TOP: Amy Kindler lArt Editorl, Sue Miller lEditor-in-Chiefl, Holly Mekker lBusiness Edi- torl, Margie Dickmann lMaterials Editorl, BOTTOM: G. Cohen, D. Koos, K. Levenson, R. Feigel- man, S. Shear, P. Kilimnik, C. Hutton. l E PHILOMATH EDITORS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF L. Swartz COORDINATOR A. Wellington SENIOR SECTION A. Cushing B. Bell LAYOUT R. Koolkin SPORTS W. Lynch 1. Taylor FACULTY D. Ventura S. Ober CREATIVE ARTS A. DeCoIIibus BUSINESS AND AD. L. ROSS SENIOR PHOTOS S. Pentacost I. Dubin COPY R. jordan ART DESIGN A. Kindler PHILOMATH ADVISOR Mr. Hatch BUSINESS ADVISOR Mr. Zaido fx TOP ROW: Mr. Zaido IBus. and Ad. Advisorl, M. Roberts, M. Cohen, S. Cheslowsky, L. Le a to b Sloan, V. Mdlugo, K. Bullard, L. Takafs, P. Ryan, N. Danforth, N. Fournier, K. Gibbons, L H a B Ste b g 1 Sydo Aronof, K. Keohane, Mr. Hatch IPhiIomath Advisorl. FRONT ROW: A. Cushing, B. Bell, W :tor-in-C hiefj, L. Ross, D. Ventura, S. Ober. 1.-.lr f X1 -ani 'Wx ,M gf 1 5 rx. ,I wx A P-L 10' 'v, I w', . AN an ., ' .A 1 4-1 KK " pp... I , X ' .X J x fx:- 1-ALB .M V 54, 5-53-. '95-Dr G , '95 5'-c"'f ' Rv' ' 'w1f",-. , 0,5 if' .nn :, .x F Y s, A A :X N . W 7' rf . 53' 'N 'lf Q as LQ N .,..,,,l --,ibn -,-,i-1 -...-., .59 gif Q .7 3 .Juv ,,,..-1 ,.,-o .-.. 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It is with this some pride in our work, ond our interest in producing better portroits ond condids thot we hope you mcuy coll upon our services in the future. ll Studios 218 Chestnut Street Needham, Moss. 02192 444-0042 PORTRAITS, WEDDING CANDIDS, AND YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY SENIOR ACTI ITY DIRECTORY CHRIS ANTHONY ABELLI1 Hockey 1,2,3,4, Baseball 15 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. LINDA J. ABELLIZ Ski Club 1,25 Softball 2,35 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 15 Basketball 2,3,45 Gymnastics 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Lan- guage Lab Aide 25 Student Crier 25 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 3. LOUIS JOHN ABLONDI BETH ANN AKILLIAN: Traffic Safety 45 French Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,25 A Capella 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Music Festival 1,2,3. WALTER G. ALCORN: Football 1,2,35 Baseball 15 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 2,35 Pep Squad 4. MARILYN A. AMATI PAUL ANDERSON JOSEPH A. ARAUJO: Track 2,35 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Bocci1,25 Pep Squad 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,4. DOUGLAS SCOT ARVIDSONZ Band 3,45 Mus- icals 35 A.V. 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Music Festivals 3,45 Student Head of Audio Visual5 A Capella 3,45 Glee Club 3,4. DANIEL H. AVERY: Baseball 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1, 2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 In- tramurals 1,2,3,4. PAULA ELLEN BAGLEY: Christmas Projects 45 Basketball 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 45 Ecol- ogy Club 3,45 Manager of Softball team. ALLAN S. BAILLIE: Track 15 Lacrosse 2,35 In- tramurals 1. DEBRA JEAN BALCOM: Lacrosse 25 Pom Porn Girl 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Steering Committee 3,45 Christmas Project 3,45 Ecol- ogy Club 3,45 Site Committee 3,4. JOSEPH SHANE BAMFORTH1 Pep Squad 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. KEITH H. BANKS ELIZABETH MARIE BARBIERIZ Softball 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Latin Club 1,2,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Christmas Pro- ICCIS 3,41 Ecology Club 2,3,45 Manager of Softball Team, President of Ecology Club, President of National Honor Society. MARY BARRETT: Pep Squad 15 Senior Play 25 Drama Club 15 Candy Sale 25 Library Aide 15 Bookstore 15 Spanish Club 35 Study Group 15 H. R. Representative 1,2,35 Christmas Projet.ts1,2. STEVEN R. BARSS: Hockey 3,45 Golf 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 4. PIU SHARON L. BASOLI VIRGINIA MARIE BEALE: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 3,4. BARBARA L. BELL: Girls Football 45 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Steering Committee 2,45 Christmas Projects 3,45 Co-editor of Senior Section of Philomath. CHRISTOPHER PAUL BELLOLIZ Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Captain of Varsity Baseball. KAREN BENJAMIN: Homeroom Rep. 3. SUSAN E. BERGERON ELIZABETH A. BERTE: Philomath 45 Intramur- als 35 Steering Committee 4. DAVID PAUL BINDER: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Band 1, 45 Spring Musical 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, 45 N.E. District Chorus 2,3,45 Madrigal Choir 1,2,3,45 All State Music Convention 1,3,45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Basketball 1, 25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Varie- ty Show 45 A Capella 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Steering Committee 45 Homeroom Rep. 3,45 Christmas Projects 3,45 Musical Festival 1,2,3,4. KATHIE M. BISSONNETTE NANCY L. BLAIR: Ski Club 35 Senior Play45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 45 Intra- murals 2,35 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 3,45 H. R. Representative 1,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. PAMELA SUE BLATT: Basketball 1,2,35 Library Aide 35 National Honor Society 35 Christ- mas Projects 2,3. WILLIAM R. BLISS: Baseball 2,45 Golf 35 Bocci 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Bas- ketball 1,25 Spanish Club 1,25 Steering Committee 4. BETH ANN BOE: Mixed Chorus 3,45 Spring Arts Festival 35 A Capella 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Music Festival 3,4. LEONARD L. BOLDUC BRANDAN M. BOWEN: Football 2,3,45 Track 1. JANIS CHRISTINE BRADLEY: Pep Squad 1,25 Gymnastics 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 H. R. Representative. PATRICK T. BRITT: Tennis 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Musical 3,45 Jazz Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 2, 3,45 Variety Show 3,45 Musical Festival 3,4. ROBERT E. BROSNAHAN: Wrestling 35 Shapes 25 Mixed Chorus 45 Senior Play 45 A Capella 3,45 Glee Club 1,3,45 Music Festival 1,3,45 Vice-President Ski Club 3. JERMAIN BRUNDIDGE MARLENE L. BRYANT: Band 15 Chorus 15 Drama Club 25 H. R. Representative 35 Mu- sic Festival 1. ROBIN A. BUMPUS: Track 15 lntramurals1,2, 35 Steering Committee 3. EDWARD A. BUSHEY: Football 1,2. MANVEL J. CALVAO: Football 2. JOHN B. CANDIDO: Soccer 1,2. VERONICA CAPSTICKZ Softball 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,45 Office Aide 3,45 Bas- f ketball 25 Library Aide 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1, 2,4. ELLEN L. CARNEY: Y.E.S. 3,45 Pep Squad 'l,2,3, 4, Basketball 15 Intramurals 15 Candy Sale 1, 2,3,45 Variety Show 25 Steering Committee 35 H. R. Representative 15 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,45 NINO A. CARRASQUILLOZ Football 2,35 Baseball 1,2,3,4. CYNTHIA ALLISON CARTER: Pep Squad 1,2, 3,45 Philomath 45 Intramurals 15 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 45 Music Festival 15 Prom Theme committee 3. DEBORA ANNE CASELLA: Senior Play 42 Gymnastics 1,2,35 Intramurals 2,35 A Capella 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Steering Committee 3,45 Mu- sic Festival 1,2,3,45 Letter of Commenda- tion, National Merit Scholarship. IAMES P. CASEY: Tennis 3,45 Soccer 1,2,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM I. CASEY: Track 2,35 Soccer 1,25 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramurals 3,4. MICHELE A. CASTELLI: Candy Sale 1,25 Homeroom Rep. 1,25 Christmas Projects 1, 2. CYNTHIA M. CHANTLER: Band 2,35 Swiss Flag Team 2,3. SHERYL CHAO: Volleyball 25 Gymnastics 1,25 Variety Show 25 Ir. Achievement 1. GARY CHAPIN: Track 1,35 Cross Country 1,2, 3. THOMAS L. CHAPUT: Candy Sale 1,25 Christ- mas Projects 1,2,3,45 Ir. Achievement 2. CANDACE I. CHARNLEY: Band 1,2,3,45 Drurrl Majorette 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 Major- ette 25 Pep Squad 45 Glee Club 3, Typing Pool 45 Steering Committee 45 Music Festi- val 1,2,3,4. ARTHUR I. CHAVES: Football 15 Track 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 35 Cross Country 2,3,45 Christmas Projects 3. RAMONA G. CHIMENO: Home Economics Club 3,45 Candy Sale 4. MARY THERESA CHIUDIONIZ Lacrosse 2, Prom Committee 35 Pom Pom Girl 3,45 Dance Committee 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 15 Steering Committee 45 Homeroom Rep. 45 Christmas Projects 1,2, 3,45 Ecology Club 3. DAVE CHOUINARDZ Ski Club 1,25 Football 1, 25 Hockey 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1, Bookstore 3, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 3 45 Christmas Projects 4. KATHLEEN CLAPP: Chorus 1,25 Pep Squad 1 2,3,45 Gymnastics 1,25 Intramurals 15 Can- dy Sale 25 Christmas Projects 1,25 Music Fes- tival 'l,2. BRIAN CLENDENIN GAEL CLINTON: Color Guard 45 Field Hock- ey 25 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Variety Show 35 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 1,2, 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 2,45 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,4. LISA COBURN: Philomath 45 Basketball 1,25 Variety Show 3, Study Group 25 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Ecology Club 2,3. TERESA M. CHOUINARD: Gymnastics 2,35 1 DIANE MARIE CONTI: Tennis 2,3,45 Field Hockey 2,35 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Student Council 35 Homeroom Rep. 1,25 Christmas Project 45 Tennis Captain 3,4. RENEE LOUISE CONTI PATRICK I. CORBETT: Hockey 15 Baseball 15 Golf 3,45 Bocci 2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. CARROLL A. CRANE: Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Tennis 2,3,45 French Club 45 National Honor Socie- ty 2,3,45 Ecology Club 45 Treasurer of Na- tional Honor Society5 Bicycle Club. MICHAEL B. CRONIN: Football 15 Soccer 25 Hockey 15 Lacrosse 1,2,35 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Candy Sale 3. CYNTHIA A. CROSBY: Field Hockey 1,2,35 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals ' 1 , 1 4' ' ' fn 1 A . ff, uv,f?, I -5 V9.3 ' ' is H if ft . 5? M 'A I z . fi, QL-A-..'-g..,S ' I , I I s Y I I I l , 1 ,I I I f , I 5 s l nn l , l-4 5,5 A' -'.,fn 5 , . y . I 'fsflm I KURT CODDING: Marshall 1,25 Ski Club 25 Golf 1,25 Philomath 35 Pep Squad 45 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Senior Film 45 Steering Com- mittee 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. DONALD S. COLE ELLEN ANN COLLOTTA: Ski Club 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Candy Sale 2, 35 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 1,2, 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. LUIS COLOMA MARY COLONNA: Christmas Projects 1,2,35 New England Telephone Career Day Rep- resentative 3. THOMAS L. CONNOR CHARLENE CONSERVA AL CONTI 1,2,3,45 Study Group 1,25 Steering Commit- tee 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. ANNE L. CUSHING: Page 2,3,45 Philomath 3, 45 Drama Club 1,2,35 National Honor Socie- ty 3,45 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Christmas Pro- jects 35 Fine Arts Club 3,45 President and Secretary Drama Club5 Secretary of Nation- al Honor Society5 Co-Editor of Senior Sec- tion of Philomath. NANCY 1, DANFORTH1 Girl's Football 3,45 Bike Club 45 Philomath 45 Variety Show 35 Ecology Club 3. STEVE L. D'ANGELO: Football 15 Track 15 Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3, 45 Captain of Gymnastics Team 3,4. DIANE LINDA DAVIDSON: Ski Club 1,25 Pom Pom Girl 35 Field Hockey 25 Pep Squad 1,2, 3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Variety Show 35 Steer- ing Committee 3,4. 211 f"'fX DONNA 1. DeCOFF ANN MARIE DeCOLLlBUS2 Art Club 1,25 Field Hockey 1,2,35 Philomath 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 15 Basketball 1,25 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Candy Sale 1,2,35 Vari- ety Show 35 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 Ecology Club 35 Fine Arts Club 1,2,35 Vice-President of Ecol- ogy Club. MAUREEN ELAINE DELANEYZ Girl'S Football 3,45 Bike Club 45 Ecology Club 3. ANDREW DEROUIN: Track 3. ROBERT EDWARD DESIMONEZ Football 2,3, 45 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Track 25 Bocci 2,355 Gym- nastics 1,25 Library Aide 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Homeroom Rep. 15 Cross Country 35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Ecology Club 1,2, 3,45 Fine Arts Club 3,4. CARLO DICENSO MARGARET ANN DICKMANNZ The Page 3,45 Spring Arts Festival 25 Drama Club 25 French Club 3,45 Candy Sale 15 Ecology Club 25 Chairman of Publicity Committee for Spring Arts Festival 25 Material Recruiter for the Page 45 Sub-editor for the Page 4. PETE DIMATTEO: Track 1, Basketball 1,2,3. lor DINACCO BARBARA ANN oivirrorzioz Field Hockey Manager 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2, 3,45 Intramurals 25 Candy Sale 25 Spanish Club 45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Home- room Rep. 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. SHARON B. DOLE: Home Economics Club 3 Library Aide 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1. SUSAN R. IJONLEY: Softball 1,2,3,45 Gyrnnas- 1 tics 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Tri-Captain for Gymnastics. ROBERTA L. DONOVAN: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Gymnastics 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Steer- ing Committee 3,45 Christmas Projects 4. DEBBIE A. DRAPEAU: Candy Sale 1,25 Home- room Rep. 3. IILL TERRY DUBIN: Tennis 25 Field Hockey 25 Philomath 45 Glee Club 35 Typing Pool 35 Steering Committee 3,45 Student Council 3, 45 Christmas Projects 45 Class Officer 25 Treasurer 35 Secretary of Student Council. CAROL DUFFY SHIRLEY DUNHAM: Gymnastics 15 Steering Committee 3,45 Ecology Club 3. STEPHEN L. DURKEE: Hockey 15 Tennis 3,45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PAUL F. DURKIN: Football 15 Lacrosse 45 Wrestling 2,3, Co-Captain 4. IONATHAN DYER IANE E. EDEN: Softball 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 1, 2,3,45 Philomath 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 25 Candy Sale 15 Steering Commit- tee 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 15 Christmas Projects 3,45 Class Secretary 2,3,4. KARL P. EKONOMY: Football 15 Golf 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 1, 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. KIM ELLIOTT: Tennis 2,35 The Page 2,35 Phi- lomath 35 A Capella 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Steering Committee 1,2,35 Music Festival 1, 2. DIANE ELLSWORTH: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. ANDREA EPSTEIN: Art Club 15 Musical 1,2,35 Drama Club 1,25 A Capella 1,25 Glee Club 1, 25 National Honor Society 2,35 Student Crier 35 Steering Committee 1,2,35 Christ- mas Projects 35 Music Festival 1,2. ANTHONY M. EVANGELISTA: Pep Squad 1,2, 3,45 Christmas Projects 2,35 lr. Achieve- ment 3. DARYL D. EVANS: Intramurals 3. CAROL ANN FACCHINI: Pom Pom 35 Span- ish Student Aide 35 Pep Squad 15 Intramur- als 15 lr. Achievement 2. KEVIN FAIR RICHARD DIX FAIR: Football 'I,2,45 Hockey 1, 2,3,45 Soccer 35 Lacrosse 1,2,3,45 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 25 Steering Committee 1,2,3, 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Co-Captain of LaCrosse. PHILIP A. FAIRBANKS: Intramurals 25 Student Crier 45 Christmas Projects 1,2. GERARD I. FARLEY: Football 1,25 Track 2. PETER A. FARLEY: Football 1,25 Pep Squad 45 Homeroom Rep. 4. DONNA B. FEIL: Musical 2,35 Debate Team 2, 35 Ir. Class Play 35 National Forensic League 2,3,45 Senior Play 35 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 French Club 1,2,35 Candy Sale 35 Variety Show 35 National Honor Society 35 Student Crier 45 Debating Club 2,35 Sr. Drama Club Play, Production Stage Manager5 junior Drama Club Play, Stage Manager5 Assistant Director, Musical Applause5 Assistant Pro- ducer, Firebugs. IOHN F. FEOLA: Soccer 1. IERRY FERRACAMO: Track 2. MICHAEL A. FERRAZZI: Football 15 Hockey 1, 2,3,45 Baseball 15 Soccer 25 Lacrosse 45 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1, 2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. JORDAN B. FISHMAN: Golf 1,25 Chemistry Lab Aide 25 Science Quiz Team 35 The Page 15 Philomath 35 Student Crier 1. ROBERT N. FOLEY2 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,35 Track 45 Hockey Pep Squad 3,45 Bas- ketball 15Steering Committee 3,4. STEVE FORAN IANICE M. FORNACIARIZ Philomath 3,45 Cheerleader 1,25 Intramurals 25 Candy Sale 15 Page 45 Steering Committee 25 Student Council 15 Christmas Projects 1. DENNIS FOURNIER NANCY FOURNIER: Tennis 1,2, Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Philomath 45 Candy Sale 1,25 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,45 Steering Com- mittee 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,35 Christ- mas Projects 1,2,3,4. EDWARD A. FOX: Ski Club 15 Lacrosse 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Intramurals 1,2,35 National Honor Sociey 2,35 Steering Committee 25 Cross Country 15 Fine Arts Club 3. VIRGINIA L. FULLER: Page 35 Traffic Count 3, 45 Undergound Paper 25 Drama Club 1,25 Intramurals 15 Library Aide 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Crier 2,35 Christmas Project 15 Letter of Commenda- tion IMerit Scholarl. NANCY I. GAGNE: Band 2,3,45 Majorette 2,3, 45 Steering Committee 4. MARY L. GAINES: Candy Sale 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. CHRISTINE LOUISE CALANDZI: Field Hock- ey 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 15 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 2, 45 Christmas Projects 45 Ecology Club 3,4. IOHN PAUL GALVANI: Baseball 3,45 Pep Squad 45 Basketball 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 4. THOMAS CANNON: Basketball 1. BRIAN PATRICK GARRAHAN: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Library Aide 15 Lan- guage Lab Aide 1,25 Christmas Projects 1,2, 3,4. IOHN GARRON: Lacrosse 2,45 Pep Squad 45 Christmas Projects 3,4. ANNE M. GASSETT: Decorating Committee for Prom 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1, 2. GINA LOUISE GENERAZIO: An Club 1,2,35 Tennis 2,3,45 Softball 1,2,35 Bocci 25 Field Hockey 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Library Aide 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,2,3, 4. IIM GEOGHEGAN: TERRY GEOGHEGAN: Basketball 15 Christmas Projects 1,2. KATHLEEN MARIE CIBBONSI Pom Pom 35 Softball Manager 25 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. KEVIN MICHAEL GIBBONS: Track 1,25 Soccer 2,35 Golf 3,45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CYNTHIA ANN QIOMBETTI1 Pep squad1,2,3, 45 Ecology Club 3. KAREN GIPPS: Softball 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Study Group 25 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Student Council 25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Captain GirI's Basketball 45 MVP Girl's Field Hockey 3,4. KATHLEEN GIPPS: Softball 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basket- ball 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Study Group 25 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 1,2, 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 25 Christmas Projects 'l,2,3. SHARI GOLDMAN: Pep Squad 25 French Club 45 Intramurals 3,4. SHERRIE A. GOLDMAN: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Gymnastics 15 Candy Sale 25 Glee Club 15 Steering Committee 45 Christmas Projects 1, 2,3,4. IOSE G. GONZALES: Track 45 Soccer 4. IOANN M. GOODWIN: Home Economics Club 3. LAURIE CIOODWINZ Pep Squad 'l,2,3,42 Dra- ma Club 1,2,35 French Club 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 1,25 Steering Commit- tee 3,45 Music Festival 2,35 Fine Arts Club 4. DAVE GRACE: Track 15 Bocci 2, Pep Squad 1 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Cross Country 2. ARLENE LORRAINE GRAMER: Pom Pom 31 Cheerleader 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 2. X arietx Show 3. KAREN MARIE GRAY: Senior Play 45 Gymnas- tics 1,25 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 45 Steering Committee 45 Christmas Projects 1, 2,3,4. LARRY GREB: Ski Club 15 Track 15 Tennis 2,3, 45 French Club 2,3,45 National Honor Socie- ty 2,3,45 Student Crier 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 25 Cross Country 45 Debating Club 15 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Fine Arts President 3,45 Tennis Co-Captain 45 French Club Trea- surer 35 Sports Editor of Student Crier 45 Harvard Book Prize 35 Boys State Repre- sentative 3, Soccer 2. EDWARD PAUL GRENGA ANGELA GUADAGNOLI: Swim Leader 35 Pep Squad 1,25 Spanish Club 4. ROBERT GUARDIANI KAREN ANN GUMBERT: Field Hockey 1,2,35 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. MEL LEE GURNEY: Track 15 Gymnastics 45 Li- brary Aide 2,35 Glee Club 1,25 Spanish Club 4. KARLA FAITH GUTTMAN: Musical Crew 35 Spring Arts Festival 2,35 Drama Club 2,35 Intramurals 2,35 Library Aide 15 A Capella 2, 3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Language Lab Aide 15 Steering Committee 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Mass. Drama Festival 1,25 Music Festival 2,3,4. MERRILY A. HALL: Ski Club 3. CARL HAPVIILTON GARY HAMILTON: Ski Club 45 Football 35 Tc-nnis 45 Gulf 35 Wrestling 45 Senior Play 4, Basketball 1. .lla ,LJ-I X STEPHEN P. HAMLIN: Football 4. PATRICIA HANNON: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. GREGORY C. HART: Tennis 3,45 Pep Squad 3, 45 Intramurals 3,4. EUGENE M. HARTLING: Track 1,2,3,4. CLIFFORD L. HASKINS: Tennis 3,45 Soccer 1, 2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 3,4. PAULA JEAN HAWES: Manager of Pom Pom Girls 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Gymnastics 1,2, 45 Language Lab Aide 1,2,3. STACEY W. HAY: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Typing Pool 45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 4. CHARLES HENRY HAYDEN, IR: Track 152,35 Indoor Track 2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Senior Play 45 Basketball 15 Intramurals 3,45 Candy Sales 3,45 Steering Committee 45 Cross Country 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 3,45 Captain of Cross Country 3,45 Co-Captain of Indoor Track 45 Co-Captain of Spring Track 45 MVP Cross Country 3,4. RICHARD D. HAYNES IAYNE ALLYN HELLER: Ski Club 1,25 Softball 15 Lacrosse 15 Field Hockey 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 In- tramurals 1,25 Variety Show 45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 45 Christmas Projects 4. DAPHNE L. HEMEN: Softball 35 Volleyball 25 Basketball 35 Gymnastics 25 Captain of Bas- ketball team, Alabama IEAN HENRY: Fencing 4. LAURA B. HERMAN: Ski Club 2,45 Field Hockey 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3, 45 Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Can- dy Sale 15 A Capella 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3, 45 Student Crier 35 Steering Committee 1,2, 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 2,45 Christmas Pro- jects 2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,4. SANDRA L. HICKS: Language Lab Aide 15 Homeroom Rep. 1,2. ROBERT N. HINCKLEYZ Bike Club 45 Nation al Honor Society 3,45 Student Crier 45 Ex- change Editor for Student Crier, Baseball 3. JOHN HOBIN CATHY A. HOLDSWORTH: Softball 1,25 Field Hockey 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Intramurals 1,2, Vt? 3,45 Steering Committee 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 35 Ecology Club 2,3,45 Letter in Field Hockey. FREIDA RAYIA HOLDSWORTH: Art Club 1,2, 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3, Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 25 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3, 45 Ecology Club 2,3,45 Ecology Club Vice- President, First Chairman of Art Club. MICHAEL F. HOLT: Soccer 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Basketball 45 Captain of Soccer Team5 MVP Allstar Team. GEORGE C. HOPKINS: Drama Club 35 Lan- guage Lab Aide 2,3,4. STEPHEN HRATKO RICHARD F. HULME, IR: Track 2,35 Soccer 1 25 Pep Squad 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Home- room Rep. 35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. r DARRICK HUNT DAVID WILLIAM HUTCHINSONZ Football 1, 25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Bas- ketball 1,2,45 Intramurals 1,25 Latin Club 1, 25 Homeroom Rep. 1. CAROLE LEIGH HUTTON: Page 3,45 French Club 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Student Crier 2, 35 Steering Committee 4. BOB IBANEZ: Pep Squad 45 Basketball 4. DENICE IAGGI: Fashion Show 15 Pep Squad 1, 2,35 Intramurals 1,25 Candy Sale 1,2,35 Li- brary Aide 1,2,35 German Club 1,2,35 Christ- mas Projects 1,2,3. ANNE MARIE IAKUTIS: Football Manager 45 Basketball 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Candy Sale 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. SCOTTIAMISON VALERIE IOHNSON: Pom-Pom Captain 3,45 Office Aide 35 Yoga Club 25 Senior Play 45 Spanish Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 45 Christmas Project 45 Spanish Club Treasurer 4. MERI B. JONES: Ski Club 35 Gymnastics 15 Candy Sale 15 Variety Show 25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. REBECCA LEIGH IONES: Ski Club 1,25 Band 1,2,3,45 Musical 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,3,45 jazz Band 3,45 Madrigal 3,45 Field Hockey 1, 25 Philomath 45 Senior Play 45 Drama Club 45 French Club 2,3,45 Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Variety Show 35 A Capella 1, 3,45 Glee Club 1,3,45 National Honor Socie- ty 2,3,45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Tri-Captain in Gymnastics. STEPHEN C. IONES REBECCA JORDAN: Fashion Show 25 Philom- ath 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1, NATHAN M. IOSEPHS: SkiClub1,2,3,45 ofa- ma Club 45 Steering Committee 25 Mass. Drama Festival 45 Debating Club 25 Fine Arts Club 3,45 President ofSki Club 3 DAVID N. IOST: Band 1,2,3,45 Iazz Band 1,2,3, 45 Madrigal 45 Speech Club 3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 3,45 A Capella 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 15 Music Festival 1,2,3,4. DAVID MICHAEL IROLF: Football 2,3,45 Base- ball 2,3,4. MARGO KAMIN: Ski Club 35 Pom-Pom 35 Drama Club 1,3,45 Library Aide 35 Steering Committee 3,4. IO-ANN KARAS: Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 3,45 Philomath 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Secretary of Spanish Club. 1,2,3,45 Philomath 45 French Club 1,2,3,45 Basketball 35 Intramurals 1,25 A Capella 1 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 National Honor So- ciety 3,45 Student Crier 35 Steering Commit- tee 2,3,45 Student Crier 2,3,45 Christmas Projects 45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Ecology Club 3,45 Fine Arts Club 45 Treasurer of French Club4 r DAN KEYS: Football 1,25 Hockey 15 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. THOMAS A. KIELY: Track 2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Musical 3,45 Iazz Band 3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3, 45 Variety Show 3. KAREN M. KIMBALL: Candy Sale 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. AMY E. KINDLER: Musical 35 Page 2,3,45 Spring Arts Festival 1,2,3,45 Philomath 45 AYN LESLIE KEARNEY: Softball 15 Basketball 1. MARK KELLEY: Hockey 1,2,35 Lacrosse 1,2. BRIAN KELLY: Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2. CINDY H. KELLY: Ski Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1,2,35 Field Hockey 1,25 Philomath 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 French Club 25 Intramurals 1,25 Latin Club 2,35 Library Aide 35 A Capel- la 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Language Lab Aide 15 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Stu- dent Council 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,25 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 Music Festival 1,2, 3,45 President of Student Council5 Editor of Clubs and Activities for Philomath. CARMELA KENNEDY: Christmas Projects 1,2, Library Aide 1,25 Typing Pool 3,45 Christmas 3,4. Projects 1,2,3,45 Editor of Copy Staff of Phi- lomath 45 Telephone Executive Leader-for- KERRY IOAN KEOHANE: Tennis 3,45 Mixed a-Day 4. Chorus 1,2,35 Field Hockey 3,45 Pep Squad Senior Play 3,45 Drama Club 2,3,45 Variety Show 15 A Capella 1,25 Glee Club 15 Student Crier 15 Mass. Drama Festival 45 Music Festi- val 1,25 Fine Arts club 3,45 Art Editor of Page 3,4. DONNA M. KING STEPHEN P. KING: Track 15 Pep Squad 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. GEORGE W. KIRKPATRICKZ Football 15 Hockey 15 Language Lab Aide 2. MICHELLE KIRLEY: Office Aide 35 Spring Arts Festival 35 Field Hockey 25 Pep Squad 1,25 Study Group 2,35 Steering Committee 2,35 Homeroom Rep. 2,45 Christmas Projects 2. ELIZABETH L. KLAINER: Intramurals 25 Library Aide 3,4. SHARON KNICKERBOCKER I 6, I . Y M i H X :W V- ' ffl -L -X r' ,af EDWARD BRUCE KONOPKA ROBERT IAN KOOLKIN: Ski Club 25 Track 15 LAL 45 Crier Photographer 3,45 Page Pho- tographer 35 Philomath 3,45 Senior Play 45 Drama Club 45 Basketball 15 A.V. Aide 15 Science Fair Winner 2. DIANE KOOS: Art Club 25 Tennis 35 Musical 3,45 Smoking Committee 35 Student Repre- sentative on School Committee 45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 French Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Bos- ton Globe Art Fair - Blue Ribbon. DEBRA A. KORTENCAMP: Neetega 1,2,35 Leader's Corp. 1,25 Chess Club 35 Future Teacher's Association 25 Glee Club 1,2,3. Uxbridge High School. NANCY ELAINE KRAILOZ Pep Squad 1,45 Spanish Club 1,2. GAIL KRONENBERG: Student Crier 45 Fine Arts Club 4. LINDA S. LaCHANCE: Christmas Projects 1,2, 3,4. MELODYE LaCHANCEz Philomath 45 Intra- murals 2,35 Candy Sale 15 Spanish Club 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA A. LaLIBERTE: Pom Pom Girls 45 Prom Committee 35 Dance Committee 45 Pep Squad 2,35 Glee Club 15 Steering Committee 4. ANDREA LOUISE LEAVITTQ Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale1,25 Homeroom Rep. 15 Christ- mas Projects 1. LEE I. LEELAND, IR: Football Student Trainer 3,45 Radio Club 15 French Club 2,35 Latin Club 35 Candy Sale 15 Library Aide 15 Varie- ty Show 35 Steering Committee 3,4. I . G V PAUL A LELLI: Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3, 45 Hockey 1,2,35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. DAVID P. LEONARDO: Football 1,25 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,3,45 Soccer 3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Handball 3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Co-Cap- tain Soccer and Hockey5 BSL All Star lHock- eYl: BSL Soccer All Star Team5 jewish War Veterans Award. CHERYL ANN LEPORE: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 25 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 Spanish club 2. LAURA LEVINE: Pom Pom Girl 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 35 Glee Club 15 Steer- ing Committee 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. MARK C. LEVY: Indoor Track 25 Outdoor Track 1,25 Soccer 1,2,3,45 French Club 35 Intramurals 2,45 German Club 35 Language Lab Aide 15 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Sports Editor of Student Crier 2 and 35 Co- Editor in Chief of Student Crier 4. MIKE LEWIS NEIL V. LEWIS: Candy Sale 15 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM F. LILL CYNTHIA LINCOLN: Softball 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Co-Captain of BasketbaIl5 Co-Captain of Softball. PAUL C. LINCOLN KEVIN F. LINEHAN: Football 15 Bocci1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 1,2,3,45 Dra- ma Club 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,2,35 A Capella 1,2,3,45 German Club 1,2,3,45 Language Lab Aid 1,2,3,45 H. R. Rep- resentative 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 Ecol- ogy Club 1,2,3,45 Fine Arts Club 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA B. LOMAN: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 ln- tramurals 2,35 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 3,45 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 lr. Achievement 1,2. MAUREEN K. LOONAM: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Candy Sale 1,2,35 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 H. R. Representative 1,25 Christmas Projects 1, 2,4. IACK LOWRY: Football 1,25 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Baseball 3,45 Philomath 4. ALFRED I. LUPIS: Golf 3,45 Captain GoIf5 Pep Squad 4. IOANNE M. LUPIS: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Variety Show 3,45 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM I. LYNCH III: Lacrosse 2,3,45 Wres- tling 45 Philomath 45 Steering Committee 2, 35 Student Council 45 H. R. Representative 35 Christmas Projects 3. PATRICIA SUSAN LYNN: Ski Club 1,2,35 Of- fice Aide 25 Page Staff 45 Philomath 35 Intra- murals 1,25 Candy Sale 25 Language Lab Aide 1,25 Steering Committee 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Treasurer of Ski Club 3. SARAH L. LYON: ski Club 25 Counselor at Women's Health Project 45 Modern Dance 3,45 Ballet 15 Drama Club 1,2,35 French Club 35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Crier 3,45 H.R. Representative 25 Fine Arts Club 35 School Committee Representative 4. ROBERT MACCHI: Football 1,2,3,45 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 35 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 25 H.R. Repre- sentative 4. MATTHEW I. MARTINDALE: Ski Club 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3. KARYN MARTINS: Pep Squad 2,3,45 Steering Committee 35 Christmas Projects 2,3,4. TRACY C. MASTERSON: Ski Club 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Candy Sale 1, 2,3,45 Variety Show 25 Christmas Projects 1, 2,3,4. SUSAN L. MATHESON: Pom Pom girls 35 Pep Squad 1,2,45 Gymnastics 1,25 Intramurals 1, 2,35 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. ANTONIO D. MATIAS: Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Soccer 45 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramur- als 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Crier 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. RICHARD MATIAS ROBERT P. MAYER: Track 1,2,35 Cross Coun- try 1,3. PAULA ANN MCCARTHY MARYANNE MCCONARTY' DANIEL R. MCDONALD: Football 1,2,3,45 YES program 45 Homeroom rep. 15 Basketball 1, 2,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. THOMAS R. Mc GRATH: Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. CONSTANCE E. MacLEAN: Softball 1,2,3,45 Office Aide 3,45 Bike Club 25 German Club 1,2,3,4. DIANE MAHAR SUE MANAHAN: Band 2,3,45 Musical 3,45 Senior Play 35 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Gymnas- tics 15 Orchestra 45 Variety Show 2,35 A Capella 45 Glee Club 45 Language Lab Aide 15 H.R. Representative 2,35 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,45 Mass. Drama Festival 1,25 Mu- sic Festival 2,3,4. DEBBIE l. MANGANIELLO: Gymnastics 35 Steering Committee 45 Christmas Projects 4. MARK E. MARSTON: Football 15 Parking Lot 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,2,3, 45 Library Aide 3,45 Bookstore 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Debating Club 1, 25 Ecology Club 1,2,3,4. MICHELLE MARTIN: Ski Club 3. IAMES F. MCGREAL VIRGINIA B. MCHUGO: Pom Pom Girls 35 Philomath 45 Basketball 15 Steering Com- mittee 4. Mass. Drama Festival 45 Secretary of Lab Aides, Assistant Director of Language Lab. IOHN P. MELONI: Baseball 3. MICHEAL T. MERSON IOHN MESSNER MAVISTERESA MICHAUD DEBRA MILES IAY MILLER: Drama Club 4. STEVE L. MILLER: Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 4. SUSAN E. MILLER: The Page 2,3,45 Spring Fes- tival 2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,35 French Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Merit Letter of Commendation 45 Student ROBIN A. MCKEOWN: Field Hockey 1. MARGARET E. MCNALLY: Ski Club 35 Philom- ath 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Candy Sale 2,35 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 H.R. Representative 1. BEVERLY I. MEDEIROS: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 15 Variety Show 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. HOLLY KAY MEKKER: Band 3,45 Musical 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,35 Basketball 2,3,45 Philom- ath 3,45 Senior Play 45 French Club 2,3,45 Intramurals 25 Orchestra 3,45 Glee Club 35 Student Crier 35 Steering Committee 2,45 Music Festival 1,3,45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Business Manager of Page, President of the French Club. TERRANCE ARTHUR MELANSONZ Language Lab Aide 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 3,45 Crier 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Ecology Club 35 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Treasurer Drama Club 35 Editor in Chief, The Page 4. MAUREEN M. MILOT: Mixed Chorus 1,25 School within a School 25 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,25 Candy Sale 25 Library Aide 25 Glee Club 1,25 Bookstore 25 Steering Committee 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. ELAINE SUSAN MITTELLZ Page 2,31 Philomath 35 French Club 2,35 Library Aide 35 Studv Group 25 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Na- tional Merit 45 Student Crier 3,45 Steering Committee 2,35 H. R. Representative 25 Christmas Projects 2,35 Fine Arts Club 35 Vice President French Club 35 Co-Editor Clubs 81 Activities, Philomath 35 Co-Editor in Chief Student Crier 4: Vice-President National Honor Society 45 National Merit letter of Commendation 4. TAMARA ANN MUELLER: March for Man- kind 25 A.F.S. 3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Phi- Iomath 3,45 Intramurals 25 Study Group 25 National Honor Society5 Student Council 2, 35 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 Student Council Vice President5 I.V. Field Hockey co-cap- tain. STEPHANIE MULHERIN: Softball 2,35 Bike Club 45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 H.R. Representative 15 Christmas Projects 2, 4. MIKE MURTAGH: Football 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3, 4. CAROL MUTO: Variety Show 2. BARBARA JEAN NATICHIONI: Field Hockey 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Steering Committee 1,2, 3,45 H.R. Representative 15 Christmas Pro- jects 2,3. MICHAEL A. G. NEIL: Football 3,45 The Page 45 Pep Squad 45 H.R. Representative 4. PATTI L. NERI: Cheerleader 35 Pep Squad 1,2, 3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. LARRY NEWTON: Football 1,45 Track 3,45 Baseball2, DONNA M. NICOLAS: Gymnastics 1,25 Intra- murals 2, 35 Steering Committee 3. NANCY IOY NOBLE: Softball 15 Page 35 Phi- Philomath 3,45 Basketball 15 Intramurals 1,2, ig latin Club 1,2,35 Latin Club Treasurer 25 VI' 3. SIIIIIEY OBER. Pom Pom Girls 3,45 Philomath i,4, Glee C.Iub15 Student Crier 45 Steering C rirrirrttltr-1-2,5,4. 1 ill? TX. F 292511 1 ' rf ' -1.3.-.5 5' fsfxgyb ,- .dl wwf.. s.,- as 'xt CN.: . Nts-- tus. -wisp -. LINDA O'BRIEN DANIEL O'LEARY: Football 1,2,35 Track 15 In- tramurals 2,3. BARBARA M. ORME ELIZABETH 1. O'ROURKE: Rally 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 25 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Christmas Projects 3. MICHAEL H. PAETZOLD: Track Manager 2. IOSEPH E. PANCINIZ Baseball 'l,2. CAROL PAQUETTE MARCY PARIS: Musical 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Drama Club 25 Glee Club1. BRIAN PARSON: Ski Club 35 Homeroom Rep. 3. JANET L. PASCUCCI: Ski Club 2,45 Softball 3, 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Gymnastics 15 Steering Committee 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4, CATHERINE PAVENTO: Christmas Projects 1, 2,3,4. JOHN S. PEDINI: Track 1,2,35 Intramurals 2,3, 45 Spanish Club 45 National Honor Society 3,4. IAMES PELLEGRINII Football 1,2,35 Track 2,35 Pep Squad 45 Intramurals 3,45 Candy Sale 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. SUSAN PENTECOST: Ski Club 15 Musical 3,45 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Orhcestra 3,45 A Capella 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Homeroom Rep. 25 Christmas Projects 3,4. DIANE C. PEREIRA: Pep Squad 3,45 Gymnas- tics 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 15 Steering Committee 35 Christmas Projects 4. ARTHUR PERODEAU LYNN ANN PETERSON: Philomath 45 Drama Club 15 French Club 15 Library Aide 2,35 German Club 3,4. WILLIAM PAUL PETROZ Football 1,2,35 HOCk- ey 15 Baseball 15 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basket- ball 25 Gymnastics 35 Christmas Projects 1,2, 3,4. IOHN E. PFEIFFER KENNETH POLLAN: Wrestling 1,45 Football 1. ANDREA IOY POLLINGER: Musical 35 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 25 Variety Show 35 Steering Committee 2,35 Mass. Drama Festi- val 2,3,45 Debating Club 25 Secretary of Drama Club. 1 IOANNE PREMIER CHERYL ANN PRINCE: Intramurals 1,25 Phi- lomath 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Student Crier 25 Student Council 2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1, 25 Fine Arts Club 35 Vice Pres. Student Council 3,4. KEITH S. PROIA: Track 2,35 Pep Squad 3. IUDITH A. PROVENCHER: Pom-Pom Girl 3,45 Philomath 45 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Music Festival 1,2. KEVIN I. PRUYN DONNA QUILTY: Ski Club 2,35 Fashion Show 1,2,3,45 Study Group 25 Student Crier 1. CYNTHIA ANN GUINN: Pom Pom Girl 45 Dance Committee 45 Prom Committee 35 iflowersl Glee Club 15 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Steering Committee4. MICHAEL ioHN QUINN: Hockey 1,2, La- crosse 2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramurals 1,2, 3,45 H.R. Representative 1,25 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,4. ROXANE MARIE RACE: Office Aide 35 Police Engineering Service 3,45 Library Aide 2,3,45 Christmas Projects 35 Telfad 3. AMY L. RADITZ: Musical 3,45 Speech Club 3, 45 Senior Play 15 Drama Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 A Capella 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Spanish Club 45 National Honor Society 2,3, 45 H.R. Representative 3,45 Mass. Drama Festival 25 Music Festival 2,3. CHERYL A. RAEVSKY: Pep Squad 15 Intramur- als 1,2,35 Candy Sale 1. CATHERINE A. RAWLING: Office Messenger 3,45 Police engineering surveys 3,45 Drama Club 2,35 Library Aide 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Mass Drama Festival 25 Secretary of Explorers Club. KEVIN M. REARDON IESSE ROCA REGALADO: Tennis 45 A.F.S. 45 Variety Show 45 Spanish Club 45 National Honor Society 4. BRYAN STEARNS REILLY: Baseball 15 Band 15 Pep Squad 45 Gymnastics 1,2,35 A Capella 35 Glee Club 3. PETER RICH LINDA ANN RICHARD: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Guid- ance Aide 3,45 Office Aide 2,35 Basketball 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Library Aide 1,2,35 Glee Club 2,35 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Christmas Pro- jects 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,35 Co-Cap- tain of Tennis Team. RICHARD IONATHAN RIVKIN: Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Handball 3,45 Table Tennis 45 Student Crier 3,45 Mass. Drama Festival 45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Ir Achievement 2. DEBBIE DIANE ROBERTS: Majorettes 2,3,4 Captain 4. MICHAEL DAVID ROPI HOWARD L. ROSE LYNNE A. ROSS: Ski Club 2,35 Student Crier 2, 35 Philomath 3,45 Variety Show 25 Language Lab Aide 25 Study Group 25 Steering Com- mittee 2,3,45 H. R. Representative 2,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 President of Ski Club 2,35 Editor of Business and Advertis- ing, Yearbook 4. PATRICIA RYAN: Softball 1,2,3,45 Field Hock- ey 1,2,3,45 Philomath 3,45 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Basketball 25 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 National Honor Society 2, 35 Student Council 25 Christmas Projects 1, I Basketball 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 15 Glee Club 1,2,35 Language Lab Aide 25 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 H.R. Repre- sentative 2,35 Christmas Project 3,45 lr. Achievement 1. AL M. SAPORETTI: Football 1,25 Hockey 1,35 Baseball 1,2,35 Lacrosse 45 Intramurals 1,2,3, 4. IOAN L. SAULNIERZ Christmas Projects 1,2,3. DEBORAH L. SCHONFELD: Track 45 Tennis 2, 35 Aquatics 45 junior Play 35 Drama Club 35 French Club 25 Candy Sale 15 Christmas Projects 2,3,4. DAWN C. SCOLLAY: Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. IAMES CLARK SEIFERT: Police Traffic Surveys 3,45 Police Safety Division Assistant 3,45 Guidance Aide 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. mfg ' yx I I E 2,3,45 Co-Capt. of Field Hockeyg Treasurer of junior and Senior Class of '745 National Honor Society 2,3,4, D.A. R. TERESA MARIE RYAN: Musical 15 Poin-Pom girl 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 15 Gymnastics 1,25 Intramurals 25 Glee Club 15 Steering Committee 2,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Mass. Drama Festival 3. PAM RYBACK: Cheerleader 3,45 Pep Squad 1, 2. STEVE SACCI IOEL BRUCE SALESONZ Ski Club 45 Intramur- als 3,45 German Club 1,2,3,45 National Hon- or Society 3,45 Student Crier 3,45 Steering Committee 45 H.R. Representative 1,35 Cross Country 45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 KELLEY THERESE SALLS2 Ski Club I5 Softball 2, 3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 VALERIE SHANK: Color Guard 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,45 Drama Club 15 A Capella 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1, 2,35 Captain of Color Guard. LESLIE I. SHAPIROZ Mixed Chorus 'I,2,3,-li Musical 45 Senior Play 45 Drama Club 45 French Club 25 Variety Show 45 A Capella 3, 45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Language Lab Aide 3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,4. ELLEN L. SHAW: Softball 3,45 Lacrosse 1,25 jr. Prom Committee 35 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Steering Committee 45 Christ- mas Projects 45 Ecologv Club 3,45 Treasurer of Ecology Club, Vice-President of Spanish CIub5 Letter in Field Hockey. IILL I. SHEPARD: Candy Sale 1: Glee Club 2: ArtClub 2. .II9 f. I TAI LIN SHERMAN: Senior Play 2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Gymnastics 15 Orchestra 45 Variety Show 1,2,3,45 A Capella 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Mass. Drama Festival 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Secretary to the Drama Club 3. THOMAS P. SOUHLARIS: Baseball 2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,4. SUSANNA M. SOUSA PAUL ST ANDRE: Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 15 Variety Show 25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. SUSAN ST. LAURENT: Senior Play 45 Drama Club 45 Gymnastics 1,25 Candy Sale 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. BARBARA ANN STACHELEK TONY SILVA: Baseball 1,2,35 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT LEWIS SILVERMAN ALAN E. SLATKAVVITZ: Football 15 Baseball 1, 2,3,45 Bocci 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 45 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Li- brary Aide 15 Bookstore 1,25 Language Lab Aide 1,25 Steering Committee 45 H. R. Rep- resentative 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. PAULA IEAN SLATTERY: Softball 3,45 Cheer- leader 3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. PATRIC IA A. SLOAN: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Student and iaculty Forum 25 Spanish Club 45 Study Group 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Steer- lVIgfUfTiIT1IllI'i'Z,i,4j HR. Representative 3, 4, jr Achic-vc-ment 25 Ecology Club 2,35 thairrnan of Christmas Projects 3,4. El MINI fi, SMITH: Band 1,2,3,45 Musical 3,45 Sc-nior Play 45 Drama C lub 1,2,3,45 Orches- tra 3,45 A Capella 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 35 Spanish Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Crier 3,45 Music Festival 3,45 Debat- ing Club 3,45 President of Drama Club 4. IANE MARIE SMITH: Fashion Show 2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Fine Art Club 3. VALERIE T. STEARN: Pep Squad 1,2,3,-1, Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. SANDRA L. STEARNS IAMES STEFANIK: Basketball 1. BRENDA SUSAN STEINBERCZ Philomath 3,45 Tennis 3,45 Page 1,2,35 Shapes 2,35 Student- faculty forum 1,25 French Club 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Library Aide 15 Language Lab Aide 35 Study Group 25 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,45 Student Crier 3,45 H. R. Repre- sentative 2,35 Christmas Projects 3,45 Fine Arts Club 35 Pres. French Club 2,35 Corre- sponding Sec. National Honor Society 45 Sec. Study Group 25 International Language Club Co-ordiriator 4. DONNA MARIE STUCCHI: Candy Sale 35 Typing Pool 35 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 LINDA ANN SUENAERT2 Ski Club 1,25 Variety Show 25 Glee Club 15 Christmas Project 1,2, 3,4. BARBARA SUGARMAN: Softball 1,25 Volley- ball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Library Aide 2. MICHAEL F. SULLIVAN 1 Track 25 Baseball 3. MICHAEL I. SULLIVAN: Art Club 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PAUL JOSEPH SULLIVAN: Football 15 Track 15 Basketball 2,3,4. IANET ELLEN SURROZ Ski Club 25 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Steering Commit- tee 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep 15 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. KEVIN MICHAEL SWANECAMP2 Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep 3. LINDA S. SWARTZ: Ski Club 2, Field Hockey, 1,2,3, Senior Play 1, Intramurals 2,35 Nation- al Honor Society 2,3,45 Steering Committee 2,3,45 H. R. Representative 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,45 Editor-in-chief Philomath, Secretary of Regional Advisory Council, Co-chairman March for Mankind, School Committee Rep., Ring Committee. STEVEN P. TANNAR: Hockey 3, Golf 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 4. IENNIFER E. TAYLOR: Softball 2, Philomath 3, 45 French Club 1,2,35 Gymnastics 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1, Library Aide 3,45 Glee Club 1, Study Group 2, National Honor Society 3,45 Student Crier 45 Steering Committee 3,45 H. R. Representative 45 Christmas Projects 3,45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 RANDALL A. TAYLOR MICHAEL F. TIBBERTZ lr. Achievement 1,2. DONNA MARIE TIERNAY LANCE F. TODARO ALLISON L. TONER: Musical 3,45 Mixed Cho- rus 1,2,45 Office Aide 1,2,3,45 Library Aide 1, 25 Glee Club 152,45 Drama Club 15 Music Festival 1,2,4. KAREN L. TOTMAN: Fashion Show 152. GREGORY TOTO: Gymnastics 1,2,4. KIM ANN TRACK: Ski Club 2. ROBERT S. TROMBINO: H.R. Representative 2. MARIORIE BETH TRUST: Candy Sale 1,25 A Capella 15 Study Group 25 Student Crier 2,3, 45 Student Council 1,25 Music Festival 1. LINDA I. TUCCI: Cheerleader 2,3545 Senior Play 45 Glee Club 1,25 Steering Committee 1,25 Student Council 15 Christmas Project 1, 253,45 Captain of Cheerleaders. EVZEN TUPY STEVEN PETER TURCHI PETE VANCAMP: Football 1,2,3,45 Hockey 1, 25 Track 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Captain of Football5 Captain of Indoor and Outdoor Track. SONIA VEGA DONALD F. VENTURA: Philomath 3,45 Study Group 25 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 253,45 Student Council 2,45 H. R. Represent- ative 1,3,45 President of Class 35 Sports Edi- tor Crier 25 Co-Editor of Faculty and Ad- ministration 45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. GEOFFREY O'NElLL VENTURA: Ski Club 25 Football 1,25 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse 1,2,3, 45 Pep Squad 3,45 Language Lab Aide 1,25 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Student Coun- cil 3,45 Ski Club President 2. MICHAEL WILLIAM VERDY: Football 1,35 Pep Squad 45 Basketball 15 Candy Sale 15 H. R. Representative 1,25 Christmas Projects 1,2,3, 4. DILAR IOLINDA VIDEIRAZ Drama Club 15 French Club 45 Spanish Club 4. MICHAEL VIENS STEVE WAGNER: Baseball 253,45 Basketball 25 Spanish Club 1,2. MARSHA ROBIN WEIGNERZ Band 1,2,3,45 Musical 3,45 Mixed Chorus 35 Drama Play 45 Senior Play 45 Orchestra 3,45 Glee Club 35 Mass. Drama Festival 45 Music Festival 3. ERIC WEISER: Art Club 2,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2.3,45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Latin Club 25 Christmas Projects 1,2,35 Captain of Football 25 Class President 25 MVP Football 3. Marian High. AMELIA H. WELLINGTON: The Page 1,2,35 Speech Club 3,45 Philomath 3,45 Drama Club 1,25 German Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Fine Arts Club 3,45 Editor of Page 25 Treasurer Speech Club 35 Co-Editor Creative Arts of Philo- math 35 Co-ordinator Yearbook 4. RAYMOND WEST Honor Society 3,45 Student Crier 35 Steering Committee 3,45 H. R. Representative 3,45 Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. LINDA I, ZONTINI: Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. THERESA M. ZONTINI: Softball 1,2,3,4' r Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Rally 45 Dance 45 Basketball 3,45 A Capella 253,45 Glee Club 45 Steering Committee 45 Music Festival 1,2,3, 4. 'fs RICHARD WESTON: Hockey 1,2,3,45 Tennis 35 Prom 3,4. GEORGE WHITE: Student Crier 3,4. SANDRA L. WRIGHT: Candy Sale 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. PAMELA WRIN: Pep Squad 1,2,35 Candy Sale 1,2,35 Christmas Projects 1,2,3. IRWIN YANOWITZ: Intramurals 35 Language Lab Aide 3. DAVID M. YOUNG PAMELA I. 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SCHOLARSHIP NATIONAL SECRETARIES ASSOC. AWARD DENNISON MFG. CO. SCHOLARSHIP KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS SCHOLARSHIP NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP. FRAMINGHAM POLICE SCHOLARSHIP FRAMINGHAM POLICE CROSSING GUARD SCHOL. FRAMINGHAM WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH TEACHERS SCHOLAR. SAMUEL IOHNSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP BOSTON GLOBE FINE ARTS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IOHN HANCOCK BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARD PHILOMATH ACHIEVEMENT AND SERVICE AWARD DRAMA SERVICE AWARD Virginia McHugo Rebecca jordan Sandra Stearns Kerry Ioan Keohane Patricia Ryan Steve L. D'Angelo Kathleen Ann Gipps Rebecca Leigh lones Elizabeth Ann Berte Rebecca jordan Robert Mayer Margaret Dickmann Nancy Danforth Robert Mayer Robert Hinckley Ramona Chimeno Robert Donovan Diane Koos lane Smith Mamie McConarty Rebecca jordan Mavis Michaud Linda Swartz Amy Kindler SENIOR ACTING ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS HOME ECONOMICS EXCELLENCE AWARD FAMILY LIVING LEADER OF TOMORROW HOME ECONOMICS EXCELLENCE AWARD INDUSTRIAL ARTS EXCELLENCE AWARD MATHEMATICS EXCELLENCE AWARD MUSIC EXCELLENCE AWARD MUSIC SERVICE AWARD AWARD PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXCELLENCE AWARD Gene Smith Amy Raditz Laura Levine Gail Kronenberg Diane Pereira Robert Koolkin Richard Hulme Robert Hinckley David IoSI Rebecca jones Terry Zontini Peter Van Camp SOCIAL STUDIES EXCELLENCE AWARD Brenda Steinberg OUTSTANDING GIRL ATHLETE AWARD Christine L. Soma ROBERT PAVIA MEMORIAL AWARD ISenior Footballl IANE DUANE MEMORIAL AWARD IField Hockeyl WILFRED TIGER MITCHELL AWARD IHockeyl ALLEN MEMORIAL AWARD IBoyS Tennisl HARRY AGGANIS MEMORIAL AWARD IBay State League Hockeyl Robert E. Desimone Patricia Ryan Robert Macchi Gregory Hart David Leonardo I I I I AWARDS ASSEMBLY: FIRST ROW: D. Pereira, P. Donovan, L. Swartz, R. jordan, T. Zontini, S. D'Angelo, R. Mayer, B. Steinberg, R. Chimeno, S. Stearns, K. Keohane. SECOND ROW: R. Breslow, I. Smith, A. Raditz, G. Smith, R. jones, P. Ryan, N. Danforth, N. Gipps, L. Levine, C. Hutton, R. Hinckly, A. Kindler. THIRD ROW: D. Cassela, R. DeSimone, R. Macchi, P. Sloan, B. Berte, V. McHugo, M. Dick- man, M. McConarty, D. Koos, C. Soma. .4 3 it .. U. Rf, S- ,Jw- ' 2 9 Avlflimt if 1 fisii, 3' 'J 3 ir! ,ds 'Q- e, , -- .,-,T ,L 0 ,I gf s if ,4 Oo- '14 1 0 .4 rniilji gy I 'P ,+V 373. 'nl . , . 43' 'Nl x Ysmjqqilli..-'VA 11- A "fy aff '3 ' ' ' ' 4554, fy ' ' 'n.Tv"" W ' f...1 , ' . 7, 12. - ,L ' . ' - :I A14 A ff '53 4 ...4 . ' ...au-.- nv- " V ,..-,-4-v ,ilk 1 i 41" Z3-Q if f V 9 1 'fx Q. , l 11.44 I-nw: 's 5' sub f -if.:-sz., .Al ,QD ,nn ,--""',,. i J. u T 1, I ,-.v- X 1 c 4. " ' 44 E 1 we LACROSSE "" 24.-tg ""' , r- . .M--. dz,-. T' I - -4 ., - Aff-415413 ,,",."". - 47 . 14,1 r ...- c,?-- ,-U X ,.' ' fl' ' 4 'E' . Q I al' 3 Q Jw it 'I VARSITY LACROSSE: FIRST ROW: E. Fox, B. Macchi, P. Durkin, M. Quinn, G. Ventura, D. Fair ICO-Captainl, B. Lynch, M. Ferrazzi, K. Ekonomy, A. Saporetti. SECOND ROW: P. Anderson, B. Drake, T. Stefanini, 1. lachow- icz, I. Bratica, E. Lill, I. McAnulty, G. Zakon, T. Bell, S. Esty, D. Frey, S. Collotta, F. DiVittorio, D. Loring, C. Kelley. y L X ,ul1.sCHAM WAHI ,hh ,H I I Q I3 I fi. A L '. fm:-.Al was Q. -4-f'- ' W HI gylglzzrj Zlfi 27 'lAiHlAl . ul 3, !n I .42-4-U l .,- . ng- Q, -s .L I . . , fi-ft-.,-x. G' A- "- .4 ,ax 3, . '- va. AjiW"T3q. -.gy-VA IUNIOR VARSITY LACROSSE: FIRST ROW: B. Garel, B. Lynch, S. Bertrand, R. Breslow, R. Westelman, P. Pappas. SECOND ROW: P. Savas, C. Brett, P. Ablondi, K. Rotatori, P. Clopeck, P. Quilty, P. Eden, B. Anderson, Mr. I. Walker lCoachl. THIRD ROW: P. Foley, l. Solomon, P. Sullivan, D. Agostinelli, I. Ducey. Ekrfj 4 ' '3 -if " ' 1... E MMLSN fvzfc , sig, e,,mf-wif. 5 y I 'vc Qgfglgggfsgqw fe- -- c. I r Y Pg 0 I iff: Q . 12 'fel T M3 ., ,J ,M FRESHMAN LACROSSE: FIRST ROW: I. Herendeen, W. Kieley, 1. Cunningham, R. Desimone, G. Rotatori, M. Walden, M. DeSimone. SECOND ROW: Mr. Eckelston CCoachJ, B. Rosenberg, F. Collota, T. Curran, M. Ablondi, T. Shahood, I. Grandoni, I. Austin. THIRD ROW: C. Takacs, 1. Taylor, M. Foley, I. Taylor, S. Cetchel. .7 L Tliffiiffla n 'K -x.,Y'.l'lX-1' VS' . ' w 1 . -Q.Qi 'lb - -L1-1, BASEBALL 4 -F . M:-ff' . I I L lv. x N X ' i ', 'x S Nax- VARSITY BASEBALL: FIRST ROW: K. Swanecamp, N. Carrasquillo, D. Leonardo, R. Weston, J. Lowry, I. Galvani B. Bliss, A. Slatkavitz, D. Avery, D. lrolf. SECOND ROW: C. Belloli, C. Upham, P. Hoyt, M. Terasconi, P. Galvani D. Huss, B. Huffam, A. Ganas, F. Harrington. THIRD ROW: Mr. U. Barreira CCoach7, S. Miller KManagerJ, 1 O'Brien CBatboyb, M. McKewon iStatisticianJ. A .. " 9.45 QL -Mfg.. ,. .A1:..tl 4U 5- , W 6 , ni .. . f 'Q - s ,..., . .,,.,..... Q .'. - 1 " if! :ia ,..... aesf 1 i 3. 'f Q ' 5 .cfs A ' f 'er' J. - - x J - 85+ 4' it fx It . f'mi!Y5 S-.?,i 'nw Lr"h 1 . "..'?.g,,,., ,"-- qi-H ".'S1cP r -t . ' M , x.-:4.., Ghz. 14" Q .xftf Q' iflrl I ,,,,d warg l RQ!" gy ' ' L X ya-L' il Xian wr, W, , Nwlxrrq gl V 1 "Egg n N S' 1 ' f a Z L "' Qi, Q , , ,4, ,Y fr , is 'Quay FRESHMAN BASEBALL: FIRST ROW: I. Howard Uvlanagerl, M. Mitchnick, C. DelPrete, I. Dudek, C. Randolph, V. Grosso, L. Clinton, 1. Hobson. SECOND ROW: Mr. P. Hester lCoachl, 1. Dudek, P. Mar- shall, D. Moran, G. Bernson, S. Shellman,T. Luker, L. Rolls, M. Fiegelman. NOT SHOWN: I. DeMarco. O P g J 7 '- 1' lg.. 1 Q ' 'y ' ll? ' vw .av I fs? I ' ' r X X , ,S . i I 4 fl V . . L - A 1 0' . .bi - Y , ' L . . l":: .1 . ' X - --1--. V- "Muff-. ' ,iffy-,1gz,J,j.,' ' s ' I7 ' earl. ., 'f , L ' '- . ,Q -' ,. , ti A Q. . 1 , J 4 ,?,..l,x ,. v If -WL. QI: LA s Q-2s H .Zn 'Aff-. -- k , . QTY '- - : Ita-'T Vk' OUTDOOR TRACK: FIRST ROW: Mr. Kroll ICoachI, R. Tierney, D. Goldman IManagerI, S. Mulherin, R. Hulme, C. Hayden ICO-Captainl, P. VanCamp ICO-Captainl, T. Kiely, S. Miller, A. Chaves, L. Newton, A. Deroin, Mr. Blanchette ICoachI. SEC- OND ROW: P. O'Grady, P. Tyler, C. Happy, E. Clinton, T. Tierney, P. Cheffers, I. Savas, E. Latham-Brown, B. Garner, B. Ablon- di. THIRD ROW: E. Abraham, V. Liberatore, W. Lawson, M. Malone, S. Murray, 1. Barbieri, B. Foley, L. Kranseler, L. Fox. FOURTH ROW: C. Silver, E. Summer, K. Dooley, D. Giatrelis, B. Brosnahan, M. Baugh, B. Hillman, O. Moore, Ki Kohl. wif . .-.........Q..f .Q v ,ov 4 ILE G' fi Pi i F1 ... . 1 Q., sqE'u SEN X 1 'ffsq ., ,, +.. I , ..?. 4 .3 .. 5 -A.4'i.i',S'Ja!'v-.-'- -T-J: I ill FRISHMAN TRACK: FIRST ROW: A. Diatalevi, R. Goldberg, l. DeCollibus, I. Goliger, A. Pollinger, M. Cheffers, T. Acton, R. Karr-s, I llowrl, P. Brown, K. Rec-rl, L. Iordon. SECOND ROW1 Mr. R. Alves ICoachI, L. Lyon, I. Crane, M. Ware, C. Clinton, D. Nrlrhuirk, CQ Dallapr-, D. Cordon, D. Bowman, B. McCarthy, H. Solomon, I. Fuller, D. Thayer, B. Mooney, S. Murphy. NOT SIIUWNI Harris, B, Bell, I, Bernhard, D. Ciatrelis. Q f. . '-Q - .. ,. A .Qi 2. , gg .ww-mf -.-- TENN S VARSITY TENNIS: FIRST ROW: C. Patti- son, K. Elliot, L. Richard ICO-Captainl, C. Crane, D. Conti ICO-Captainl, P. Deveau. SECOND ROW: D. Boucini K. O'Brien W. Creb, S. Kaye C. Trotts, D. Wicks K. M4- 56 1 I I P 5 Kimball, Mr. C. Clarrahan ICoachJ. NIOT if I . Q SHOWN: B. Steinberg, M. Volpe, 5. I 'N , Queen. '?" 'A 'JS -ci' 1 ' K C3 c. H 1. . A.- X .I mf .- ' f ' L I 11' .. . -in-wr . If. .Lux .I - -1 f"':'i.... ,,- -- nf- --- , IUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS: FIRST ROW: L. Supeno, C. Mangini, K. Shaughnessy, L. Blurnenrhal, N. Elvnn, L. Manion, K. Fair K. Keohane, S. Turchi, K. Abu, T. While. SECOND ROW C. Welch, C. Malcornb, S. Irrnrnf-rman, P. Ernroy, A. Soma, K. Bren- nan, N. Scagnelli, P. Sloan, Mrs. C. Walker ICOM hl. 1 Al' ' sU""' vi - jill!"-ggglgg 'pf . . Iliff!" I 1' 21-21-ifiiill .-'T X 1---, . f . 3.1 1 . f A -A 4' . if 7 - y . .x.s .gr'Q,g as. 'K' Vi., A ,4-. -... rx... 5 1 .gi -+ 'S 4 v w W 4 -.1 S- VARSITY TENNISZ B. Sharaf, B. SO kolov, B. Horowitz, S. Durkee, G Hart, B. Walkner, M. Kieley, P. Car rahan, M. Shaffer, P. Rich, P. Kind stedt, Mr. DeBettencourt fCoachJ KNEELING: B. Garrahan CMost Val uable Playeri. .4 . Y ' 4 f -Q - ' . SCFTBALL I 5: Q QX Q. n Ll- .. yr- kt! 5-wi x 1. .. A r .4 ,J A g.- , 1-:, I-:,,:, I - 1"'Yi','F '+ '. ' I .1 ff- dk? ' - . T--z 5,53-: my 9.-Ir:-wp , -.Aff ,, .- 5.5 ,,.-1, . ,-XA, , ,-., -'Rfb "il"-.., .Qgff " .1 A-41 '-".E"'5,i-1 ff-3 ' . 5 , L " ' ,L 4- " A- 4 .. , ,,T..Z....' - --3-. ,,'vr- '. ' ,, 4 . . ,..4,,.u 5-iii ' mi 1- 1. X-N .-- , Q. C" I 31- . H -4uh. -A -Q- I , , ...Y . .f--,-.-ff,---QQ-nu6'Q 7 we-.M ,M . - as.. 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