Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1975
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Text from Pages 1 - 264 of the 1975 volume:
FRAIVIINGHAIVI SGUTH HIGH
PHILOMATH STAFF '
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACADEMICS .. .
SPORTS ........ .
UNDERCLASS ... .
CREATIVE ARTS .... .
SENIOR DIRECTORY ....
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Main Office Secretary
Mr. Mailman .
Please Call ln
On December 31, 1974, Mr. Everett Mailman.
Head Custodian, retired from Framingham
South. Having been an important part of our
high school since it opened in 1958. his presence
is sorely missed. Mr. Mailman is unsure of his
plans forthe future . , "Never plan anything
I don't know what l'll do. l'm not gonna leave
town. l'm not gonna fade off. l'll just remember
how much I enjoyed working here."
Mr. Mailman, the entire student body will re-
member how much we enjoyed having you here.
Good luck "Everett", we miss you and we'lI never
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ADIVIINISTRATORS gl SECRETARIES
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Grade 9 Secretary
Grade 10 Adminstrator
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Bernard White - Director
Joyce Frietag - Head Counselor Kafhefine 3Ch0m9f
"What will I Do? Where will I go? What will l be?",
walled the seniors in the fall. South High's able
guidance staff helped find answers to these diffi-
cult questions. The cries of the underclassmen
were not unneeded either. "But l'm only a Fresh-
man and l'm in a Senior French class!" Revising
and altering schedules, writing recommenda-
tions and conferring with students were all part
cf ine cially routine of the counselors.
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Coniuring up frightening stories in Science Fiction class.
delving into the inner-most depths of poetry, struggling
with Roberts' English Series, or listening to selected Shak-
espearean sonnets were some of many avenues available to
students of English this year. The elective program with the
addition of such courses as "Thanatology" and "Women in
Literature" became even more diversified. Chaucer and
Vonnegut, Austin and Shakespeare, l-lomer and Hemingway
all became rivals vying for the title "King of the Words."
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Dorothy Carter Elizabeth Hunter
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Claire Berthiaume - Department Head
Bonjour, Guten Tag, Buenos Dias, Bon Giorno,
Salvete ... familiar strains from the language
hall. lf traditional Latin wasn't appealing,
there were always Russian, German, French,
Italian, Spanish or Hebrew from which to
choose. Through participation in clubs, stu-
dents became aware of the culture and cus-
toms of foreign countries. Everyone hoped for
proficiency by the end of the school year.
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From basic math to calculus by way of
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advanced math thrown in. The program
is still expanding, its newest addition
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Dr. John Meegan - Department Head
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Be it the pervading aroma of a shark dissection, the E: mc 5 of
physics, or a pungent odor from the Chem Lab, we were all
aware that the Science Department was alive and kicking. The
continuation of "minicourses" such as "World of Water" or
"Meteorology" enabled students to concentrate on their spe-
cific areas of interests. Disregarding some major breakage
and minor failures in the laboratories, it was certainly a fine
year for South High's able scientists.
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Christopher Garrahan - Department Head
Whether it was Theodore Roosevelt busting trusts in B-48, or
Wellington trouncing Napolean in B-45, the sounds of great
deeds past echoed through the halls of South.
With the extensive elective program students chose from
scores of courses. The formation ofa Social Studies Club pro-
vided pupils with the opportunity to listen to guest speakers,
normally not available in regular classes.
Increased civic responsibility , heightened community in-
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were the ultimate goals strived for by our History Department.
Charles Hatch - Department Head
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only had to visit the Business Department. Accounting, stenogra-
phy, and data processing were only a few of the large number of
courses offered. The curriculum provided a strong foundation
for involvement in today's fast paced business world. asdf ikl:
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for an air of accomplishment.
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Girls invading the forbidden territory known as Boys'
Chefs' Course? Preposterous, but true! The Home Eco-
nomics Department breached the gap between the
battle of the sexes. Courses ranging from tailoring and
advanced design to foods and home management
were made available to all. For some the future may
hold careers as gourmet cooks, fashion designers or
nutrition experts. Whatever is in store, the program
was beneficial to everyone.
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The clacking of presses, the scream of a band saw, the
whirling of wheels and the pounding of metal were audi-
ble signs that something was going on in Industrial Arts.
An atmosphere of productivity has pervaded the A corri-
dor this year. Emphasis has been upon discovering indi-
vidual talents. To pursue and develop these was the goal
of teacher and student alike. Photography, woodwork-
ing, graphic arts, drafting, and electronics . . take your
pick, they were all up for grabs.
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was called for in every aspect of the student's
work. The pupils developed expertise in many
areas from silkscreening to macrame. Painters
and craftsmen alike donated time and effort in
co-operation with various school and community
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The Music Department had a wide range of
courses from which to choose. Every con-
ceivable type of music was studied with the
exception of a few, such as Swahilian, Ba-
varian and Hawaiian. Composition, theory
and appreciation were an integral part of
the program. An informal atmosphere was
prevalent in the Music Room. Prepare for
the musicians of the future!
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Fencing, vollyball, yoga and handball ... lacrosse, field hockey and
golf were among those offerings available. Continuing the success-
ful co-ed gym classes the emphasis was upon those activities which
could be continued after graduation into adult life. Jack Diafalevi
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Allan Glick - Special Education
Sherman Hart- METCO Coordinator
Robert Bayley - A.V. Director
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Elizabeth Lathrop -Librarian
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MEDICAL, CUSTODIAL AND CAFETERIA
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Mrs. Quirk - Head Nurse Mrs. Resteghini
Dr. J. Merriam Dr. H. Murray
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NIGHT STAFF: R. Sturgeon, J. Gallivan, R. Berry.
CUSTODIAL STAFF: C. Komala, T. Gagen, J. Ceruti, E. Mailman, J. Joyce.
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CAFETERIA STAFF: FIRST
ROW: F. Sullivan, IVI. Daniels.
A. IVIediras, W. Aquino. J.
Goddaid, A. Anderson, SEC-
OND ROW: M. Nicole, C. Gal-
vani, A. Desimone, THIRD
ROW: L. Cormier, J. Peci, M.
Cardella. R. Smith, C. Ooh-
erty, FOURTH ROW: J. Ra-
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"They say that times are chang-
ing, l don't really know, but
these times are gone forever
Sports . Chinese food .
"l've been first and last, look at
how the time goes past."
Artistic and pretty memo-
ries of Nantucket blue eyes
"One of the most beautiful qual-
ities of love. is to understand.
andto be understood."
Hopes to travel around the
world loves dancing and
Yeah!!! Boy's Pep Squad
"Happiness is being with my
Friendly and conscientious
enjoys bowling and swimming
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DENNIS ROBERT ALZAPIEDI
"No matter what your goal is, if
you have an interest in some-
thing you should do everything
you can to reach that goal. no
matter how difficult or easy it
Ashy smile Dino.
VINCENT C. ALFANO
"The farther backward you can
look, the farther forward you
are likely to see."
Drummer in the band a real
musician . Vinnie.
"Ambition, spirit, strength,
endurance are weapons for
progress. l have come to man-
kind with valuable purpose."
A beautiful person spreads
happiness wherever he goes
DIANE MARIE ALLAIN
"Still in thy right hand carry
gentle peace, to silence envious
tongues: be just and fear not."
Unpredictable and straightfor-
ward .. Di.
MARCIA E. ANDERSON
"The only thing we have to do in
this life is to accept the conse-
quences of our own actions."
Skating. . plans to be an air-
line stewardess tolerant and
DOREEN M. ANTOBENEDETTO
"Love what you got, love what
you give, love while you have a
life to live! All you need is love."
Happy . . . carefree.
DARLENE R. ASSENCOA
"lt is the friends in my life and it
is the happiness and fun I have
that makes life worth living."
Bermuda .., her godchild
"Shawn" .. Buckwheat.
LYNN M. ARCHAMBAULT
"lf I laugh just a little bit, maybe
I can recall the way that it used
Memories of California .., loves
to travel . caring and alive.
CRAIG S. BAHNSEN
"All those gates have opened
now, and through the light has
shone, ah, but the song carries
on . , . so holy."
Takes life with a questioning
seriousness .,. active in gym-
nastics . . . capable.
DONNA LYNN ARONOFF
"Here is my song for the asking:
ask me and I will play, this is my
tune for the takingg take it -
don't turn away."
Aims high and usually gets
there A. poised and sophisti-
cated . . . Don.
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NANCY ANN BARBADORA
"lt is the friends in my life and it
is the happiness and fun I have
that makes life worth living."
Good times with friends
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"Most of the luxuries, and many
ofthe so-called comforts of life
are not only indispensable, but
positive hindrances to the evo-
lution of mankind."
ELLEN S. BAUER
" Happiness is living now, not
Treasures life memories of
the Cape vivacious, well
dressedalways smiling El.
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JAMES ANTHONY BARBIERI
"We've moved six miles from
where we were yesterday, and
yesterday is but a long, long
Track . Seals and Crofts
confident and good looking ..
PATRICE MARIE BARLEY
"One ofthe most beautiful qual-
ities of true friendship is to
understand and to be
Caring and considerate in-
terested in life have fun .
LISA M. BARBIERI
"Better by far to smile and for-
get than remember and be sad."
Shy and quiet .. loves to be
with friends memories of
SUSAN HOPE BARR
"Even more beautiful than sun-
shine is the golden glow of
Creative .. outgoing . Sue.
KAROL A. BARILONE Q
"lt's not always what you do,
but how you do it, that makes
Friendly to all .. "You're kid-
ding" Howdies .. memo-
ries of Austria.
JEANNE MARIE BASTIEN
"Free I was born, have lived, and
Satisfied, contented person . ..
understanding .. reliable ..
Old Orchard Beach.
Who wants gum?
Mother never told me about .
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PATRICIA JOAN BECKER
"He lives twice that is able to
find delight in the past."
Concerned for others . enjoys
parties and friends . a new
car? ... Beck.
CARLO P. BELLOLI
"Life is cool."
Always ready for good times .
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"Through want of enterprise
and faith, men are where they
are, buying and selling and
spending their lives like serfsf'
Musically inclined .. one ofthe
boys in the band.
DEBORAH A. BELLOLI
'tAlways leave them laughing
when you say good bye."
Summer days . . the beach . .
laughter "Gentle Wind" .
KIM M. BELLORA
"For those who love, time is
Likes a good time funny
dreams of Shadow Lake
DARLENE E. BEAL
"What you see is what you get."
Adventuresome spirit un-
"Think wrongly if you please
but in all cases think for youre
self." - Lessing
detective . . Bit.
MAUREEN TERESA BENEFITO
"We live each today. taking only
the good from yesterday."
Morris funloving and talka-
tive memories of hockey
So this is America.
DONNA LEE BLUE
"The life given to us by nature is
siiortbut the memories of a
Loves riding horses "Terrif4
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stroy you. You know wherever
you go the world will follow. So
let your reasons be true to you."
The outdoors horseback rid-
BRIAN K. BERGIN
"To be free is to be alive."
Enjoys swimming, football and
hockey "Ya fine" . ambi-
tious active .. Berg.
"Today, well lived, makes every
yesterday a dream of happiness
and every tomorrow a vision of
"Really!" A New Hampshire
lover .. Dianne.
DONNA M. BONANNO
"To act sane in this world, you
have to be a little crazy,"
A mischievous manner lives
life to its fullest fun.
INA RUTH BERMAN
"To achieve one's goal, you
Enjoys the Bruins, New Hamp-
shire and traveling devoted
to her work , . Kitty.
"Whatever be gained today, the
reach of tomorrow is more."
CHERYL ANN BONVINI
"Happy thoughts of good times
past, make memories last and
The sunny shores of Bermuda
and the Cape July 4th
worshipper of the sun
ANGELA JEANNE BOUCINI
"I am born happy - every
"lsn't that awful!" .. New
Years Eve '74 .. debopping
KRISTINE E. BRENC
If your hopes should pass
away, simply pretend that you
can build them again."
Loves horseback riding, swim-
ming, and concerts ... friendly
and always with a smile . . . Kris.
RICHARD M. BRESLOW
God grant me the serenity to
accept the things I cannot
change, courage to change the
things I can. and wisdom always
to tell the difference."
Enjoys lacrosse and tennis
JENNIFER ANN BOWEN
"It is sweet to feel by what fine
spun threads our affections are
A lover of horses .. N.H. and
Vermont . "life" percep-
tive . . . Bones.
KATHLEEN MARY BRENNAN
"To be awake is to be alive."
Doesn't let small things upset
her . likes tennis . skiing
"Error of opinion may be toler-
ated where reason is left free to
admit it." - Thomas Jefferson
HELEN M. BRADLEY
"They who do not love, are they
who do not show their love."
Enjoys being with friends
red Iollipops and freckles .
Arizona ... ambition - an air-
line stewardess . . . Dol.
JOHN J. BRATICA
"To succeed is to try your
Lacrosse future carpenter
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"Life's but a walking shadow. a
poor player, that struts and
frets his hour upon the stage
and then is heard no more."
Track and mountain climbing
quiet I intellectual .
RICHARD MICHAEL BURNHAM
"The woods are lovely, dark and
deepI But I have promises to
keep, and miles to go before I
Music the Cape involved
KEVIN JOHN CARROLL
"You only live once, so live it up
while you can."
Ambition - to be a lawyer
enjoys sports, beer and Fal-
mouth a real party-goer
RICHARD JOSEPH BROWN JR.
"lf you cannot win, make the
one ahead of you break the
Golf I I intelligent cute I
will to succeed .II Rick.
DEBORAH A. BUTLER
"Even a fish can't get caught if it
keeps it's mouth shut."
Excels in drawing plans to
study medicine sweet
KAREN A. BULLARD
"In the midst of winter, I finally
learned that there was an invin-
The 3 B's I. "that's not fair!"
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"My interest is in the future
because I am going to spend the
rest of my life there." - Charles
PAULA A. CARDIFF
"Genius is the capacity for ta
"Oh brother" friends .
frolics .I the Cape.
Pour it down ...Drink it up!
Now repeat after me ..
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MICHAEL J. CASTAGNA
"Love is the ember that kindles
Fond memories of California
. music meeting new peo-
ple ,.. takes life for what it is
,. . Stick.
RALPH PETER CAVALIERI
"Grant us grace to contend
against evil, and to make no
peace with oppressiong and. that
we may reverently use our free-
dom, help us to employ it in the
maintenance of justice among
men and nations."
"lf all you do is think about los-
ing, you're beat from the start."
Likes sports driving his car
MARY ELIZABETH CHAVES SUSAN MARIE CHESLOUSKY MARIANNE CHIAPPINI
"lf you have built castles in the "The only way to win happiness "Keep your face to the sun-
air, your work need not be lost: is to give it. The more we give, shine and you cannot see the
that is where they should be. the more we have." shadow."
Now put the foundations under Always on the sports scene a Memories of Austria well
them." truefriend .. happy Sue. dressed . playing Chip
A lover of music . concerned Mare,
LINDA A. CASS
"Look at me, you see me. not as
I am. but as I was."
Future as a veterinary assistant
country lover helpful
PAMELA JEAN CHASE
"To communicate is the begin-
Travel and the navy . listen-
ingto music , Pam.
ANN ELIZABETH CHIUDIONI
"I know we've come a long way.
we'rechanging day to day."
A true friend fun to be with
"Why go on our way, doubtful
that that is what it is."
"lt's a must" . sports and
friends ... rolls ... always hav-
inga good time . .. Pat.
PAUL JOSEPH CHIUMENTO
"Each day is made to be lived,
so live each day to its fullest."
Having a good time Don't
ever get busted .. "De".
"Man is a bundle of relations, a
knot of roots. whose flowers and
fruitage is the world,"
Enloys art, swimming, and play-
ing the piano sensitive and
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PETER J. CHRISTI
"My ten second roadster is like
a rollercoaster, going to heaven
by its 327."
Enjoys racing his "Model T
Roadster" an individual , .
"Don't walk in front of me: l
may not follow. Don't walk be-
hind meg I may not lead. Just
walk beside me, and be my
Future in medicine experi-
enced photographer senti-
"An old friend is like a full-
blown rose, each velvet petal a
pleasant memory. Its fragrance
recalls sweetness that grows
with years of love, understand-
Loves to travel ... cute ... An-
"Love is the reward of love."
Enjoys people and the outdoors
sensitive always there to
help . Diane.
"I love snow and all the forms of
the radiant frost."
Tap dancing ... swimming ..,
an individual . . . Jayne.
"Dos rosas en el agua no se
pueden morehitar dos amigos
que se quieren nose pue den
CHRISTOPHER J. CONTI
Takes things in stride ... night
life, music and parties a
striver and accomplisher
"Yesterday is but today's mem-
ory and tomorrow is today's
Sailing the Cape . . good
times with good friends
ambition to fly . . Vin.
"lt is easy to be tolerant of the
principles of other people if you
have none of your own."
DAVID GRAHAM COURAGE
"All our lives we spend search-
ing for a goal when most of us
don't know what the question is.
Do you know?"
California '74' creative ..
friendly . . Breakfast.
"A difference which makes no
difference is no difference."
Our own Bobby Fisher . en-
joys pool ... Dave.
RICHARD C. COX
"Beauty is only skin deep, but
knowledge has no depth."
Loves music , future in elec-
tronics . . . serious , Dick.
Good times for all at the dance
CHRISTINE L. CONVERY
"To awaken each morning
with a smile brightening my
face 3 to approach the night
with the joy that comes from
work well done - this is how l
desire to waste my days."
JOHN PAUL CROCI
"Hear advice and acceptin-
structions so that you may be
wise the rest of your days."
Small in stature. tall in talent
.., basketball Italian food
.. loves to laugh.
"All parents want their children
to be in the upper IO per cent of
the class and 90 per cent cant
Loves life always ioking
lockers 1656 and 1658
ALISA LCUCINELLI FRANCIS ICUERONI
"To speak ill of others is a "Life iswhatyou make it."
dishonest way of praising
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"lf I could save time in a bottle,
l'd save every day like a treasure
and then again I would spend
them with you."
Loves parties ..l crazy ..l al-
ways ready with a smile . . , Sue.
"I get high with a little help from
Always where the action is ,
hockey parties Pink
Floyd I Wes.
MARIE ADELE DECOLLIBUS
"How tall we are, we've learned
so much, Everything it seems.
but how to keep in touch,"
The Prom swimming
Cape Cod tall and cute A
very happy person.
JEFFREY LOUIS DALLAPE
"Success is there for the daring,
courageous and intelligent.
Anything is possible if you try."
An understanding friend ...
working with computers
enjoys camping and sailing ...
"My only reality in life is
Lover of the arts I I governs his
world . concerned for others
. mysteriousi ,Ken.
ROBERT E. DELANEY
"When I'm dead and gone,
there'II be one child born, to
"Before I die" , concerts , ,
girls cars rowdy al-
ways lookingfor action Del.
LEONARD S. DEMARCO
"They call himthe streak"
Future in construction al-
ways with a carload of Fresh-
men girls .. a crazy kid
"There's a feeling l get when I
look to the west and my spirit is
"That's my Casey" Roosev-
elt School .. starry-eyed and
full of fun .. twirls with ease.
PATRICIA A. DEVEAU
"In the joy of life, death is the
PAULETTE MARIE DeMUTH
"Life is love: so live, love, and
Aims for the good things in life
straight forward and con-
cerned . animal-lover
Memories of Bermuda . en-
joys friends, biking, and field
hockey . cute and vivacious
"It's my life, and it's me who has
to live it, so let me live the life I
Independent and enthusiastic
. memories of Germany
always out for a good time.
Follow me boys.
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FAITH ANN DIEHL
"Those who attempt new flights
often fall. Failure consists not in
the fall, but in the refusal to fly
A sincere smile loves nature
a good friend to talk to
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FRANCES E. DOWNER
"To accomplish great things, we
must not only act but also
dream, not only plan but also
Independent . . knows what
she wants is ambition to be a
musician .L deep in thought.
ROBERT DROLETTE ALAN DRON
I aint going Nantasket t'I've known countless people
Beach going to the horse who were reservoirs of learning,
tracks in Foxboro B yet never had a thought."
WILLIAM RALPH DRAKE
"The secret of success: Never
let down! Never let up!"
Excels in hockey bleacher
bum full of life, love and
laughter . ,. Drakey.
F. KENNETH DUANE
"The difference between the
men and the boys is the cost of
Feels at home on the ice
enjoys high life , always
upto something Kenny.
MINDY LYNN DUBIN
"Do not think on yesterdays, do
not look forward too tomorrow,
look right at today and you'II be
Loves to ski college bound
...fun-loving. pretty . . . C.C.
ANN ELIZABETH DUTTON
"Wheel gull spin and glide -
you've no place to hide. Cause
you don't need one."
Fine actress and musician ...
sweet and sincere . .. hardwork-
ing . ., Mutton.
"You can't have a friend, unless
you are one."
Generous ., the good life
parties ,.. always willingto lend
a hand . . . Duff.
JULIE JEAN EDES
"The embroidery of my life
holds me in and keeps me out.
but I survive."
"Love is all the little nothings
that mean everything"
Dancing honest and pretty
,. . a sincere friend .. Sue.
"You see things as they are: and
you ask, why, but I dream things
that never were, and ask, why
"Be good" .. summer of 73
, . . carefree and spirited.
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JOHN F. DURKIN
"These days everyone's smok-
ing the pipe of peace: too bad no
In the middle of a good time
good-looking enjoys the
beach ... Dirk.
"I do believe, I guess, that some-
where behind all this there's
something that wants me to
find it." John Updike
Bubblegum Lars Anderson
GARY L. ELY
"Wise men are not always quiet.
but know when to be."
Switzerland and Zahrain Palace
loves music quiet and
studious doing what he
wants and likes.
EDNA AMERICA ESCOBAR
"Dos rosas in el agua no se pue-
den garchitar, El carino de los
padres no se puede olvidarf'
"Two roses in the water can't
wither away the love of my par-
ents I can't forget."
ROBERT C. FAULKNER
"What is possible has been
done. what is impossible will be
Cars and racing fun at New
England Dragway Bob.
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ROBERT L. FERRI
'A man must know himself -f he
Enioys sports and food tale
eriterl constructor of models.
JOHN STUART ESTY
"Above all the trivial, everyday
hassels of life there is always
serenity and hope."
Sure to be a success , talent-
ed and outgoing . Party!
TOM H. FEAREBAY
"Do not remove a fly from your
friend's head with a hatchetf'
Future firefighter Ashland
Fire Station No. 2 good
sense of humor . Tom.
DEBORAH A. EVERS
"You've got to get up every
morning with a smile on your
face and show the world all the
lovein your heart."
Knows where she's going
memories of Mayhoften
PETER P. FEDOLFI
"God made him, and therefore
let him pass for a man."
Sports and photography
always on the go Fed.
"Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall
All you have to do is call And l'll
be there. You've got a friend."
Expressive . , . imaginative .. .
succeeds in being happy.
RHONDA ELLEN FEIGELMAN
"No matter where l'm going
remember where l've been."
Memories of lsrael ... sensitive
loquacious .. Rhonnie.
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Darlene, Darlene, Penny, Kim, Donna and Patrice
"I thought I was behind before,
but now l'm first at last."
A great one for pranks ... en-
joys hockey . .. Roger.
"lf a man does not keep pace
with his companion, perhaps it
is because he hears a different
drummer. Let him step to the
music he hears, however mea-
sured or far away."
A gentle manner musical
MARIE E. FUER
"Time flies over us but leaves
it's shadow behind."
Loves photography, concerts,
and clams .. watches the
Bruins .. plans to be a free-
lance photographer at the Cape.
KIMBERLEY M. FOX
"To meet, to know, to love and
then to part, is the sad tale of
many a human heart."
Enjoys painting, good times and
the beach . . . Kim.
ANDREW ROBERT FUHRMAN
"Live each day to the fullest. Get
the most from each hour, each
day, and each age of your life.
Then you can look forward with
confidence, and back without
"A knowledge of the past pre-
pares us for the crises of the
present and the challenge of the
DAVID S. FRASER
"So long as I can see, I will keep
looking, as long as I can walk, I
will keep walking, so long as I
can stand, I will keep fighting."
Refined and optimistic .
SANDRA L, FULTON
"We have been friends together
in sunshine - and in shade."
Sweet and pretty takes life
for what it is memories of
"Life has a value only when it
has something valuable as its
Enjoys swimming and lying in
the sun memories of the
Cape likes being with child-
BARRY R. GALLANT
"The promised land always lies
on the other side of a
Friday nights with friends
Howdies and the Cape al-
ways on the go.
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"Happiness is a butterfly, which
when pursued is always just
beyond your grasp, but which, if
you will sit down quietly, may
alight upon you."
BERNADETTE L. GAGNE
"Be slow to fall into friendship.
When thou art in, be firm and
Genuine and frank ... poised
... attractive ... sunworship-
per.. . Bernie.
PETER MICHAEL GALVANI
"lt proves. on close examina-
tion, that work is less boring
Bazooka Joe bubblegum ..
baseball and after school foot-
ball handsome Petsy
"lf you want something, it
doesn't come to you, you have
to go out and get it."
Excels in sports quiet, hap-
py, dependable gold and
tennis ... well-liked . . . Goober.
"Life is eternal: and love is
immortal: and death is only a
horizon: and a horizon is noth-
ingsave thelimit ofour sight."
Aero Smith Concert . . . Chinese
food . .. rowdy . ,. Barbi.
ANDY MICHAEL GANAS
"It proves, on close examina-
tions, that work is less boring
than amusing oneself."
Future policeman ... D.Q. ...
M.V.P. at Mason Park . . . Amos.
LINDA L. GANNON
"Cooperation is doing with a
smile what you have to do
Souvenirs collected thru the
years . funny and friendly
Ashland"71' '.., Lin.
"Nothing in the life is to
be feared. It is only to be
Enjoys playing soccer . a spe-
cial talent for math .. Italy .
sensitive and romantic . . . Mar.
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HARRY E. GOLDMAN
"I am not afraid of tomorrow
for I have seen yesterday and I
Multi-talented ... Paris the
Eiffel Tower .. an active
Sportsman and traveler.
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BRIAN F. GARNER
"The past and present wilt - I
have filled them, emptied them.
and proceed to fill my next fold
Concerts and sailing .. being
with friends . Cape Cod.
MARK E. GOLD
"The man who does the least
talking often has the most to
Motorcycles and cars . a kind
and considerate friend ..
CARRIE L. GOLIGER
"All we need to be really happy
is something to be enthusiastic
Fun-loving, always doing some-
thing . . a gymnast intelli-
gent and creative.
ROBERT A. GEMMA MARY A. GIAMMARCO
"I never met a man I didn't "Butlstill lovethosegoodtimes
like." gone by, hold on to them close
or let them go, I don't know I
just seem to say l'm sorry to the
friends I used to know." J.T.
Always an unexpected com-
ment water skiing and party-
ing good times with good
friends .. Rob.
Keep your eyes on the copy!
STEPHEN P. GORDON
"And the time will come when
you see we're all one, and life
flows on within you and without
Skiing the Rockies ... under-
standing . . . Flash.
"Public opinion is a weak tyrant
compared with our own private
opinion. What a man thinks of
himself, it is that which deter-
mines, or rather indicates, his
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MICHAEL C. HANSON
"I came, I saw, I conquered,"
Quiet, yet makes himself no-
ticed blue eyes Cheeky
CHRISTOPHER A. GORMAN
"Get it while you can."
Good sense of humor ... par-
ties and nightlife ... enthusias-
tic ... active ... "hello" ..,
THOMAS R. GRINDELAND
"No two people are the same.
And both are glad of it!"
Carefree and nonchalant ...
loves sportsi partying and more
partying . . . clocktown.
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MARK T. GRADY
"Around the world in 80 days."
At the track ... knows his cards
... a friendly Irishman
"We're number one."
KURT F. HAKANSSON
"lt's not that I talk too much.
it's just that life inside me has
so much to say."
At home in the music room ...
being with friends ... cherishes
good times and memories ...
CLARK F. GRAIN
"Don't wait till tomorrow: it's
Quiet enthusiastic into
sports .., future in T.V .... "the
"Conscience is the voice of val-
ues long and deeply infused into
bone and sinew and blood."
Loves music ... swimming and
tennis . . . multi-talented.
You're sixteen, You're beautiful, and You're mine.
'I want this whole table out of here!"
"Now I am going on a journey,
and I pray all things end well."
Fine artist loves music and
Concerts nutty crazy
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RICHARD D. HARDING
"If you work hard with confi-
dence, you will succeed."
Quiet and friendly . skiing at
Loon Mountain . . always
laughing , . "Oh Yeah"
"Don't knock life until you have
Girl watcher .. carefree and
rowdy listening to music
UA man travels the world over in
search of what he needs but
returns home to find it."
Enjoys being with good friends
, . energetic athletic . in-
telligent and involved . .. Fred.
PAUL F. I-IENDRY
"Life was meant to be lived, and
curiosity must be kept alive.
One must never turn his back
Clocktown . . sure I under-
stand . competitive . wants
the good life.
"Go placidly amid the noise and
haste and remember what
peace there may be in silence."
Gymnastics .. friendliness
behind a shy smile 'tPiffle-
Pooh" . Pickle.
DAVID P. HEFFERNAN
"Although l'm always late wher-
ever I go, you can always count
on me beingtheref'
"Oh baby" Kung-Fu . ath-
letic . quiet and thoughtful
always tardy I-leff.
JEAN C. HILL WILLIAM T. HILLMAN
"You guys now what do you "To each his own."
wantto do?" Easy going football and
Volleyball D.Q. and the Cape track star loves camping
dances and parties and fishing independent
friendly . Jeannie. Still Bill.
There never seems to be
enough time to do the things
you want to do once you find
The one and only . sports of
all kinds .. party-goer ... very
insane . hates to lose . . . Jen.
"No one can be happy without a
friend, nor be sure of his friend
till heis unhappy."
Accomplished gymnast .. soft
spoken affable . confident
"lf your mind isn't ready for the
sacrifice and discipline no one
can do anything about it."
Souths quarterback hand-
some Capt. of baseball a
friend to all Paluch.
We can't go on meeting like this.
MICHAEL FREDERICK HOHN
"The road goes ever on and on,
down from the door where it
began, now far ahead the road
has gone, and I must follow it ifl
can .. "
ROBERT H. HUFFAM
"Good times come easy when
you're with friends: so be your-
self because nobody wants to
know someone whom you really
Baseball Sept. 26 come-
dian Ioony tunes Dapper
NANCY L. HOPKINS
"We should all be concerned
about the future because we will
have to spend the rest of our
DAVID GARRETT HUSS
"Play for more than you can
afford to lose, and you will learn
Good looking . athletic ..
hopes for a career in baseball
loves football . . "Thats the
way it goes" Dave.
BRUCE STEVEN HOROWITZ
"A faithful friend is a strong
defense and he that hath found
such a one hath found a trea-
Determined ... tennis tourna-
ments "I don't believe it!"
HOPE D. JACOBS
"Let your life be like arithmetic
-joy is added, sorrow is sub-
tracted, friends multiplied and
Sentimental . loves Italian
food . . . getting rowdy.
ANA J. JANCKSON
"I have spread my dreams un-
der your feet: tread softly be-
cause you tread on my
Wants to be filthy rich do I
really have to? ... loves talking
and the Jazz Workshop a
future in Law . . . Ana.
PETER M. KACH
Future plans - work .M a late
riser ... can't get along without
his car , .. Pete.
DANIEL E. JENKINS
"The poor man is not he who is
without a cent, but he who is
"Work smarter, not harder."
Enjoys the piano, camping and
baseball ... computer room ...
destined to achieve . . Steve.
CYNTHIA GALE JORDAN
"I would rather sit on a pump-
kin, and have it all to myself,
than to be crowded on a velvet
Quiet .. memories of summer
"73" loves music Cat
Stevens . . . Cindy.
MICHAEL D. KAISER
"Say not I, but rather - WE."
Probing, intelligent mind ,..
decisive , . . Kais.
My dogs can breathe, I can go to school, I can be somebody!
BRIEN JOSEPH JOYCE
"It's a mark of intelligence, that
no matter what you do you have
a good time doing it."
Musterfield A . Patriots' game
... excels in baseball a true
friend . . . B.J.
"Truth is the property of no in-
dividual but is the treasure of all
men." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
DONNA A. KARAS
"I'lI paint rainbows all over your
Versatile personality values
her friends "How the heck
are ya?" cheering and the
SUE KARDASI-I SANDRA MARIE KAYE
"I've lived forthe days that have "To believe in love is to believe
gone by and dream of the days in tomorrow."
tocomef' Tennis and other sports .
Quiet and active ... likes skiing really cares get's high on life
and skating "cut it out". . . . sentimental ... Sandy.
MAUREEN P. KEEFE
"Don't walk in front of me I may
not follow. Don't walk behind
me I may not lead. Just walk
beside me and be my friend."
Full of life . laughing and
screaming . a valued friend
. , , enjoys cheering . . . Mo.
"Loose your dreams and you
will lose your mind in life un-
Quiet shy .. loves his car
and the Cape .Vinny
ELIZABETH R. KEY
"Love's season is brief only
a lifetime never enough "
Carefree exciting a flair
for living spirited Beth.
WILLIAM MATTHEW KEILEY III
"There's not such a thing as
failure if you innovate, but if
you do you must dare to be
"Thick as a brick" "Hey
guys!" hairy, rowdy
KIM A. KEOHANE
"So long as I can see I will keep
looking. As long as I can walk I
will keep moving. As long as I
can stand I will keep fighting."
Good rider party goer ...
long beautiful hair . .. Kim.
PAUL S. KINDSTEDT
"What is most important in life
is not always what is obvious.
Few understand reality."
A quiet sense of humor . tal-
ented in gymnastics intelli-
gent "Rubbish" Paul.
JAMIE E. KING
"Keep on truckinl'
Likes listening to music
quiet his Nan "Catch
you later" spends time in
photography and in our class
office . . . Jamie.
"The future is something which
everyone reaches at the rate of
sixty minutes an hour, whatever
he does, whoever he is."
Writing and playing music en-
lightens his soul ... Joe.
LORRI BETH KREIDBERG
"You are you, and I am I, and if
by chance we find each other,
Sensitive creative artis-
tic qualities . . . quiet , .. Law.
WAYNE R. KIRKPATRICK
"Don't do nothin' I wouldn't
A man of many moods .
climbing Mount Lafayette
cruisin '... Kirky.
KATHY ROBIN KOFFLER
"Turn off your mind, relax, and
Singing drawing ... "Listen
Pal" . .. friends, music and food
go together .., the "tree" .,.
MARK C. LACHANCE
"Think positive and you'lI never
Talented in sports ... football
and wrestling memories of
the Cape ... Judy .,, just a lit-
tle crazy . .. Mad dog.
Va Va Va Voom
MICHELLE A. LaMARQUE
"Few could know or even guess
the fact: the facility of beauty
when the skin is black."
Boating ... summer of '73'
Vermont "oh come on".
DAVID G, LAMPHERE
"There is nothing worse than
The "old Dodge" likes fish-
ing camping independ-
Fly me . .. l'm Sheila.
BARBARA GAIL LEEDS
"Friendship without selfeinter-
est is one of the rare and beauti'
ful things of life,"
Out lor a good time always a
DEBRA K. LEELAND
"l have learned a lot here, I hope
I learn a lot more in the future."
Future dental hygienist
memories of Sebago, Maine
friendly and fun to be with
"Life is a great bundle of little
Quiet, sweet and considerate
.,, artistic and creative ... en-
joys Iife and helping others.
JAMES L. LEACH
"The greatest pleasure in life is
doing what people say you can-
"Your flashing" . , good-na-
tured . . a real charmer ..
LINDA LEE LEMAY
"May the long time sun shine on
you all love surround you.
and the pure light within you
guide you allthe way on."
Warm and friendly Junior
"Few things hide from the man
who devotes himself earnestly
and unreservedly to a solution
to a problem."
V.W. fan a real track man
. serious ambitious
KAREN BETH LEBEWOHL
"Though we rush ahead to save
our time, we are only what we
Turn on the water . . , memories
of Israel .., Kib.
KAREN JEAN LEVENSON
"lf one advances confidently in
the direction of his dreams and
endeavors to live the life which
he has imagined, he will meet
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SETH G, LEVENSON
"lf a man does not keep pace
with his companions, perhaps it
is because he hears the beat of a
different drummer. Let him step
to the music which he hears.
however measured or far
"No bird soars too high if he
soars with his own wings."
South's football star l full of
spirit .. a solid personality . .
DAVID LIBBY .
"I'lI try anything once, twice if I
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JACQUELINE R. LEVERONE
"Money and success are good to
look forward to, but friends are
the essence of life."
Always happy .. sewing
and swimming . W.W.S. .
AIMEEAUDREY MARIE LIBBY
"Hours fly, flowers die, new
days, new ways, love stays."
Enjoys life .. always active ..
continuallysmiling . Lib.
JUDITH ANN LIBERATORE
"To love is to place our happi-
ness in the happiness of anoth-
Always ready with a cheer
John .. our happy and attrac-
SHIMON LEVY SUSAN E LEVY
"If you really try you can do it. "The sun only shines when you
But you have to be dedicated." want itto
Cruisn' in his red Firebird a Always knows what s going on
meat 81 potatoes
friendly . Shimon.
man memories of the Cape
skiing partying Sue
lt takes two to Tango
VICTOR J. LIBERATORE
"Frank told me to run. so I ran."
A future army man . athletic
EDWARD J. LILL
"Can you dig it?"
A real hockey player . . . easy to
"not me!" Lump. get along with ... blondest hair
SANDRA JEAN LOCKE
"Write it in your heart that every
day is the best day of your life."
Memories of Austria . fun-
Ioving and active sports fan
JODIE MARY LUKER
"Just what you want to be,
you'Il be in the end."
Pretty. poised and fun to be with
sweet smile soft-spoken.
. . Eddie.
MARCIA JEAN LORING
"What we have once enjoyed.
we can never lose."
Friendly's . always laughing
.. all around great kid.
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S. BRADFORD LINGHAM
"There are times, however.
when there is no other way.
Then we need a blessing and
strong will and long labor to
make the hurdle."
AFS brother farmer
SHEILA J. LOUGHLIN
"I am strong, I am invincible,
Lewis Bay .. . independent and
carefree Q . . that special tree at
the res stubborn liberation-
ist . .. She.
KATHYRYN A. LOCICERO
"Rejoice in the Lord always, and
again I say rejoice." Phillip 45 4.
Guitar music ... "good grief"
... unique ... friendly ...
ANN ELIZABETH LOYD
"How many lives we live in one,
and how much less than one in
Cute and bubbly ... loves bub-
blegum and daisies faithful
Flyer fan ... colorguard ... full
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KAREN A. LYNCH
"Don't let them grind you down,
just keep on keepn' on!"
t'What a bIast!" enjoys rid-
ing .. swimming and singing
... hyrachis .., the greatest
smiler around ... Bubbles.
"Time is like money, the less we
have of it to spare the further we
make it go."
Oh no! Not that again.
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ROBERT A. LYNCH JR.
"If you don't give 10070 every
play, the play you don't could
lose the game."
Future plans in broadcasting
. . , a real joker . . . Shultz.
"Friendship is a very meaning-
ful word, use it wisely, because
it comes and goes too fast to be
Carefree and kind.. "lvIuck".
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DOROTHY B. LYON
"All that happens, good or bad,
is a step towards your underf
standing of life, and in the end
you will be a wise old woman."
Riding horses ... Iiberationist
"Love is patient and kind: not
jealous, nor conceited, nor
proud. nor ill-mannered, nor
selfish, nor irritable: love keeps
no record of wrongs: love isn't
happy with evil, but with truth."
JEFFREY T. LYNCH
"Be yourself but be it well."
Friendly and confident
memories of the 'ftree" Jeff.
GLORIA M. MACLAREN
"Some of us are lucky enough
to learn from other's mistakes.
the rest of us are the others."
Camping and bike riding
Prom of '74' '... Sarge.
KARLA B. MANN
"lf I give you kindness and un-
derstanding. then I will receive
your faith, if I give you hate and
dishonesty I will receive your
Enjoys Neil Young and playing
JOSEPH F. MANNARINO
"If the road to success is under
construction, invest in asphalt."
Future scientist Italian food
and lobster quiet and easy-
RONALD M. MANZELLA
"The road to success is always
Mechanically minded "my
car broke down again"
memories ofthe Cape Ron.
DOROTHY M. MARTIN
"Hey tomorrow, where are you
going? Do you have some room
Future commercial artist
memories of New Hampshire
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NANCY A. MARTINELLI
"Let not the waves of the sea
separate us now, and the years
you have spent in my midst
Blonde and cute enioys
TERESA M. MARIANI
"Friends, I will remember you,
think of you, pray for you and
when another day is through l'Il
still be friends with you."
Loves Colorado and concerts
ambitious . . . Jackie O.
"A man is only as big as what he
thinks of himseIf."
"Born to live, live to die."
St. Pats' .. . loves water-skiing
a really unique person
JOYCE ANNE MCCARTHY
"Live. love, laugh and be
Memories of the Cape .. . April
'74 ... midget sized ... always
in a good mood.
NANCY ANN McDONALD
"So in peace our task we ply,
Panqur Ban, my cat and I: In our
arts we find our bliss, I have
mine and he has his."
JUDITH ANN MEDINA
"Those who are peacemakers
will plant the seeds of peace and
reap a harvest of goodness,"
Sharpshooters Drum and Bugle
Corps ... "1776" ... plans for
college . . . Judy.
JOANNE DOROTHY MCGUIRE
"Footprints on the sands of
time fade away unless you keep
A sparkling personality
our class secretary ... smiles
her way through life . .
MARK WILLIAM MCKEOWN
"The greatest oak was once a
little nut that held its ground."
"You'll never take me alive Flat-
foot!" cruisin' in his yellow
Toyota . . . Mark.
ROBERT HUGH McLAUGHLIN
Karate future in business
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DAVID MELANSON AIRES M.T. MENDES JUNE ELLEN MILLER
HThe only limit to our realiza-
tion of tomorrow will be our
"To know, to understand, to
love-a better world."
Our A. F. S. student .. real out-
doorsman .. concerned and
ambitious . Aires.
Ha Ha Ha . Pretty funny Matt.
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"l walk awhile for a mile or so
on my way to the 18th avenue.
The people I saw were the peo-
ple l knew who all came down to
Her love is dancing New
Our A, F. S. erin Thailand a
true friend loyal caring
concerned always ready
to help Jen.
DANIEL J. MOLLOY
'Alf you want to get to Heaven,
you've got to raise a little Hell."
Enjoys skiing and traveling
artistic memories of Europe
the drinking tree .. Oh-ff-ff
"The first half of life consists of
the capacity to enjoy."
ALICE JEAN NAPPY
"You've got to get up every
morning with a smile on your
Good times in New Hampshire
always with a smile like-
"lf l cannot do great things, I
can do small things in a great
"Ma Che" good times with
Scoredja . . . Kenney.
SCOTT J. MURRAY
"You only live once, but if you
do it right, once is enough."
Track and cross country man
. cars, girls and the Allman
brothers . . Muzz.
"It takes both sunshine and rain
to make a rainbow."
WT .. Jim ... memories of
Austria . content and fun-lov-
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"No act of kindness no matter
how small is ever a waste."
Easy to get along with . . . funny
... a good friend.
PATRICIA MARGARET O'BRlEN
"Laughter is the closest dist-
ance between two people."
Excels in field hockey .. . loves
the Cape, being with friends ...
active, attractive . . . Tricia.
LESLEY E. NEARMAN
"Don't ever tell anybody any-
thing. If you do, you start miss-
Artistic and friendly future
in writing , . . diligent . .. Lesley.
LINDA J. NOONE
"Thanks to you. l'm much
obliged - such a pleasant
stay." Led Zeppelin
Likes snow and people
PATRICIA LYNN O'BRIEN
"If I never loved, I never would
Fond memories of Canada
swimming and horseback riding
The boogey woogey bugle boy
JOHN S.O'DONNELL JR. STEPHEN PAUL O'LEARY
"So what can you do?" "This isn't the top of the moun-
Likes music . . . tall and straight tain, it's the side."
forward plans for the future Easy to get along with al-
John, ways ready for a party row-
dy blonde and good-looking
"Was it time? And what a time it
was it was."
Biddeford, Maine and that red
Volvo good looks. good
friends. good times Oles.
JULIE ANN OOSTERMAN
"We are only certain of today
yesterday is gone and to-
morrow is always coming."
The kind of person the world
needs more of serene
enioys music Julie.
"Curious people ask questions:
determined people find the
Oh darn! That again.
"A wise man will make more
opportunities then he finds."
EUGENE P.OTENTl JR.
"Life is a moment: Before: Now:
Talented drummer toke
don't talk happiest when
making music or working with
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"lt matters not how a man dies,
but how he lives."
Enjoys wrestling and football
.. succeeds in living the
good life .. a good friend . .
"We do not come to believe in
ourselves until someone reveals
that deep inside us something is
valuable, worth listening to.
worthy of our trust, sacred to
KATHLEEN MARA O'ROURKE
"For my thoughts are not your
thoughts, neither are your ways,
Considerate enjoys friends
and having a good time . . . foot-
ball games . .. Kathy.
JOSEPH S. PALLAY
Today is the tomorrow you
worried about yesterday."
Lives in and around his car ...
good times .. different sense
of humor ,. night owl
LAURA J. PALUMBO
"The most thoroughly wasted of
all days is that on which one has
Petite , .. intelligent . .. Laurie.
CHARLOTTE F. PATTISON
"Now is a ship, which captain
am, sails out of sleep, steering
Riding and skiing "Walla-
bees" sailing at Cochituate
... diligent . . . Char,
DONNA MARIE PAPAS
"Life is short enough as it is
without wastingtime uselesslyf'
Swimming ,, sunning ..
shopping vivacious and in-
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"Live hand-in hand and togeth-
er we'll stand on the threshold
Pom-pom girls skating
loves to laugh and be with
friends . . Debbie.
"To be successful in life you
must also beafailureinlife and
learn from your mistakes."
A friend to all active in
sports A always busy . Pete.
GAYLE ADRIENNE PELLETIER
"The purpose of living is to dis-
cover the purpose of living."
A hard worker quiet and
sensitive .. makes everyone
happy . . . Gayle.
But l can get it for you wholesale
DEBRA A. PATERSON
"You progress not through im-
proving what has been done,
but reaching toward what has
yet to be done."
Never stops laughing likes to
travel . . Canada . Debbie.
SHARON L. PELLEY
" And when you have fin-
ished your daily task, go to sleep
in peace. God is awake."
Considerate country and
beach lover . . content . . Pel.
IRIS A. PERLA
"lf we're more aware of the
darkness than ever before. it's
because there's more light pen'
etrating it in more places."
Talented on stage a catch-
ing enthusiasm individual
who goes after what she wants
KIMBERLY J. PERRY
"Never let yesterday use up too
much of today."
Love and laughter . Paul
bubble gum . a good friend
EDWARD J. POMFRED
"The first fundamental law of
nature is to seek peace and
Enjoys traveling camping
and the outdoors happiest
when exploring new areas .
THOMAS PAUL PRUYN
Enjoys being out of school
comes alive during vacations
always looking for excitement
CORINNE ANN PIGNOLO
"If you love something, then
you must let it go free. And if it
never comes back, then it never
was, but if it does: then it is truly
Concerts and horseback riding
"To have never made a mistake.
is a mistake."
"Knock it off, will ya?" How-
dy's hamburgers .. likes doing
almostanything , Caaren.
HEIDI J. PIHL
"What is mine is mine, what is
yours is negotiable."
Bermuda '75 .. sneakers
always ready for a good time . , ,
MAUREEN ANN POWER
"l enjoy being with my friends,
and have fun proving it."
Enjoys field hockey ... helping
the mentally retarded ,.. nurs-
ingfuture . . . Moe.
LORA LEE PIHL
"What is beautiful for a season
is a possesion for all eternity."
Pleasant personality ,.. a smile
for all ... looks forward to the
weekend . . outgoing . .. Lora.
ROSEANN PATRICIA PRICE
"Life belongs to the living, and
he who lives must be prepared
Memories Bermuda a
good friend . .. Ro.
How about Saturday night?
Andy and Mike
ELLEN M. RADIS
"Look around, the grass is high,
the fields are ripe, it's the
springtime of mylife."
Happiest when with good
friends .. . having a good time
... memories of Israel.
"Love sees not with the eyes.
but with the heart."
Concerts and nature .. sensi-
tive .. future in working with
the retarded .. "Bug".
DEBDRAH FAITH RAPHAEL
"Everybody I love you - every-
body I do, though your heart is
an anchor l need your love to
Stephen Stills ... a great friend
. sensitive and open . Debi.
"Lately it has occured to me
what a long strange trip it has
Enjoys skiing, concerts, out-
doors Vermont party
man . Ike.
"lt is the imperfect, not the per-
fect, who need you love more."
Enjoys swimming and being
with friends . a true artist
future plans in Nursing
CHRISTOPHER C. REID GIOVANNA RENZONI RONALD RETZ DIANA RICE
"Ifanyone speaks evilofyou,Iet "The GSSGHCG of greatfle-SS is "The worst baflkf'-'Dt in the
your life be so that no one will that perception of that virtue is world is the man who has lost
believe it." enough." his enthusiasm."
A real charmer . . loves soccer
... enjoys travelling and friend-
ly people . . our senior treasur-
er . . . Doc.
Enjoys reading, listening to Ital-
ian music, collecting stamps . .
memories of Italy.
Our Secretary hard at work?
MICHAEL J, ROBERTS
"Dost thou love life? Then do
not squander time, for that is
the stuff that lives are made of."
Dedicated succeeds in all he
rloes friendly good look-
MARK S, ROBINSON
'tYou cannot do a kindness too
soon, for you never know how
soon it will betoo late."
Cruisin' in his "33" Ford
football is his game a happy
PETER RIGAS RIGOPOULOS
"Our actions on each other are
so incidental and at random,
that we can seldom hear the
acknowledgment of any person
who would thank us for a bene-
fit without some shame and
t'Take it as it comes, or you'll
loose it" 1
"Hey after all" ... enjoys danc-
ing ,.. hopes to become a sec-
retary .. New York.
"It's better to die on your feet
than to live on your knees."
Camping in the mountains
happiest when with friends
tuna fish Stu.
MARILYN R. RILEY
"A smile is a light in the window
of the face that shows that a
happy heart is at home."
Color Guard .,. pretty and
poised always comes up
with the unexpected . . . friendly
RAMON RIVERA JR.
"He lives with love, when trou-
ble comes he lives with hate."
"Here comes Raugen" ... likes
singing and music ... future in
mechanics . . Junior.
BETTE J. ROVINELLI
"Let a smile be your guide as
you travel along life's highway."
Enjoys Florida, music and foot-
ball games happy .. Rofa.
SUSAN L. ROWLAND
"A new day, a new way, and new
eyes to see the dawn."
Loves music and people .. col-
lege in Cal. designing . .
SANDRA L. RUSS
"Friendship is two bodies hav-
ing one soul"
Tortola. dancing, and modeling
"All for one. one for all. every-
man for himself."
Enjoys hockey ambition to
become a state policeman ...
always trying hard.
STEPHEN E. RUDOLPH
"I say to you today my friends,
even though we face the diffi-
culties of today and tomorrow,
we still have a dream."
Likes to be happy . . . parties .
friendly trade school
JOSEPH B. RUIVO
"Any fool can criticize, con-
demn, and complain and most
Enjoys biking and bowling
future in the Marine Corps
loves being with friends .. Joe.
KAREN MARION RUSS
"Your soul dwells in the house
of tomorrow, which you cannot
visit, not even in your dreams."
Memories of B.V.l. plays a
mean trumpet sea food
NICHOLAS A. RUSSO
"Life is not only a merriment:
Life is desire and determina-
Senior Vice Pres .. fun to be
with Niccolo under-
standing .., his own man ...
"Vain hopes are often like the
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dreams of those who wake." Twenty-fwe Cents a Smack
Field hockey .f."nifty bucket "
.,. smiling . . . an individual .
DEBORAH M. SAIVETZ
"Man cannot discover new
oceans unless he has courage to
lose sight of the shore."
Playing the piano drama
THEA A. SAPINO
"To live is the rarest thing in the
world. Most people exist -that
Pinefield parking lot quiet
and sensitive new to South
and making friends easily.
PAMELA J. SCOTT
"Love like death, changes every-
Making silver iewelry friend-
ly enjoys hockey and foot-
ball games Pam.
VIOLETA A. SANCHEZ
"Learning to accept people for
what they are - themselves -
is a key to lasting friendships."
Enjoys meeting new people .
looks forward to traveling .,
JAMES P. SAVAS
Great discus thrower ... "Don't
bug me." champion girl
watcher . Jim.
CYNTHIA L. SANDERSON
"Opportunities always look bet-
ter going than coming."
SUSAN LORI SCANLON
"Take life with a spoonful of
find it will make things a lot
Dizzy blonde . skiing and
horseback riding . oog-no.
KATHLEEN M. SANNICANDRO
"We do not remember days but
Memories of Austria the
W.T. easy to talk to
friendly .. Kathy.
ADELLE M. SCANSAROLI
"Always have faith and hope for
all ofyour ambitions."
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Sue . . . Cindee . . . Sue
ROBIN PAUL SEAVEY
"Do not take life too seriously:
you will never get out ot it
"Look to this day for it is life,
the very life of life."
Involved in music .. spends
time camping, riding and swim-
ming . . . Sue.
"When love comes to you, you
Fine photographer I some-
times quiet but always daring
seen in a blue Barracuda ..
SARA M, SHEAR
"A time it was. Oh what a time it
was. A time of innocence, a time
for confidences. Long ago it
must be, I have a photograph.
preserve your memories . .
Memories oflsrael I I Sori.
BARRY LOUIS SHARAF
"Within you there is a stillness
and sanctuary to which you can
retreat at any time and be your-
Future in medicine , intelli-
gent enjoys sports
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on the go an avid basketball
player L , "Art"
CAROL MARIE SEAVER
t'Friendship is a horizon which
expands whenever we approach
Involved a real gymnast
memories of Europe small
in size only atruefriend.
KAREN JEAN SHAUGHNESSY
"To be nobody but yourself in
the world which is doing its best
to make you everybody else
means to fight the hardest bat-
tle one can fight: and never stop
Future in law Shawn.
"For tomorrow may rain. so l'll
Cute kid sun and the beach
skiing bubblegum ice
cream Ho Hum Shribe.
"I am not in this world to live up
to your expectations, and you
are not in this world to live up to
mine. You are you. and I am l.
And if by chance we find each
other: it's beautiful."
"When does it matter what's
done in a day. after the day is
sensitive values her freedom
quiet but friendly Swig.
KATHLEEN MARIE SKEHAN
"Don't walk in front of me, I
may not follow. Don't walk be-
hind me I may not lead. Walk
beside me and be my friend."
Quiet memories of the Cape
nursing career shy.
Shhh ... Here she comes.
CRAIG E. SILVER
"Our greatest goal in life is not
our ability to succeed: but in our
ability to keep going after each
Excels in sports and music
trumpet player .. quiet
plans for college.
"Dear Lord be kind to me: the
sea is so wide and my boat is so
Talkative nice to know
cheerful and carefree Ski.
"To dance is to live!"
Good things come in small
packages . excels in ballet A
talented . . quiet.
GAIL A. SLEEPER
"Life is not ours to live, life is to
share and to give,"
A fine twirler loves to laugh
"Tootles" New Hamp-
shire enjoys being with
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JOSEPH CARLO SIMONETTA
"The poet sheaths his pen while
the soldier lifts his sword, si-
lence is golden."
Lively .. likes water skiing and
parties . . . Joe.
DARLENE T. SMITH
"Life is what you make it."
Loves music .. bubbley
"In dreams begin responsibili-
Wants to get rich quick , . . quiet
and intelligent .A college plans
CYNTHIA ANN SOMA
"There never seems to be
enough time to do the things
you want to do once you find
Excels in sports Austria ...
row boats at Walden . .. always
ready with a smile . , . Cindy.
NIXIE KAY SMITH
"Life is what you make it."
Memories of California . fu-
ture Marine biologist . happi-
est when playing the guitar.
PATRICIA A. SOMA
"Your whole body is nothing
more than your thought itself,
inaform you can see."
Dr. SchoIl's . , softball first
night at Macombers "par-
ties" pretty and smart . .
THOMAS CRAIG SNOW
Jesus said to him, "l am the
Way, the Truth, and the Life."
Uohn 14: 63
An avid photographer read-
ing the Bible and playing guitar
. fun- loving Snowball.
DIANNE MARIE SOUHLARIS
"One who knows all about you,
and loves you just the same, is a
Always smiling talkative . .
a people person . Dee.
lcan be very friendly.
BARRY N. SOKOLOV
'Where there's a will there's a
Trustworthy memories of
Israel doctor's career en-
joys football and tennis Sok.
"The difference between the
men and the boys, is the cost of
Summer of '73 quiet, but
knows what he's doing
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NORMAN B. STANLEY
"Be what you are. not what you
Free and independent en-
loys bowling Burth.
"A man is a worker, if he is not
that he is nothing."
Excels in music drummer
ambition to be successful.
"These are the seasons of emo-
tion, they rise and fall. This is
the wonder of devotion, the
torch we all must hold. This is
the mystery, upon us all a little
rain must fall."
Monday morning .. another week.
CINDEE LEE STRATTON
"Waves may wash our foot-
prints from this stretch of sand.
but even time will never wash
them from our memory."
Cute and alive cheerleader
... always on the go . . . Michael
...good times . . . Cin.
DAVE J.C. SUMMER
"Yet we have failed for we only
see but a creation of our
A future in music .. talented
. . . a deepthinker.
"One of the most beautiful qual-
ities of true friendship is to be
understood and to understand."
Enjoys being with friends
crazy. cute, and petite Terry.
l'.',"n 'H :ill
TIMOTHY WILLIAM SULLIVAN
"To see a world in a grain of
sand. To hold infinity in the
palm of my hand."
Kind and considerate . . . a good
friend to all ... enjoys football
KEITH D. SUMMERS
"Keep smiling, it will make peo-
ple wonder what you've been up
Quiet ... always thinking ...
Parmenter Road . .. Dibs.
JULIE ANN SYDOW
"Walk on through December
and into the new year, carrying
only your memories and
Echo Point. N.H. water and
snow skier school spirited
excels in all areas Jules.
LOU ANN PATRICIA TAKACS
"But I, being poor, have only my
dreams: I have spread my
dreams under your feet: tread
softly because you tread on my
Quite the equestrian . . perpet-
ually laughing . .. Lou.
ROBERTA LEE TEKUT
"The secret in singing is found
between the vibration in the
singer's voice and the throb in
the listener's heart."
Enjoys art, swimming and boat-
ing . . . cheerful .. Berta.
"I listen to the wind, to the wind
of my soul, where I'II end up, I
think only God really knows."
Our president . . Cindee ..
one of the bleacher bums.
C. DAVID TAYLOR
"Love is ever lasting."
Enjoys playing street hockey
and driving his car friendly
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STEVEN M. TENENHOLTZ
"There is no use whatever in
tryingto help people who do not
help themselves. You cannot
push anyone up a ladder unless
he is willing to climb himself."
MARK A. THAYER
"We know what we are, but
know not what we may be."
Active outdoorsman . , . basket-
ball, tennis, and sailing , . . good
natured .,. friendly .
In 8 seconds I will self destruct.
TIMOTHY JAMES TIERNEY NANCY TOLAN
"Personality opens many doors.
Character keeps them open."
Track and pole vaulting girls
the streaker ambitious
and good looking Tim.
That's not really due today?
"The main thing in life is the
Observing and witty enloys
art and philosophy Chubby
Checkers Shirt Trusty.
ALICE M. TOGNACCI
"Who knows how long l've loved
you, you know I love you still,
will wait a lonely lifetime, if you
want me to I will."
Energetic ,.. loves painting and
art smiling , . . Ali.
"There are no problems we
cannot solve together, and very
few we can solve by ourselves."
Tall, blond and quiet .. a true
"Music is love and love is music.
If you know what I mean. People
who believe in music are the
happiest people l've ever seen."
"lf you can't be with the one you
love, love the one you're with."
CYNTHIA LEE TROTTA
"The ending always comes at
last, endings always come too
fast -the past is gone."
Loves the ocean . . . tennis buff
..,funny, nutty . . . Cindy.
MARIE A. VOLPE
"lt is far better to forget and be
happy then to remember and be
The Cape and concerts .. en-
joys being with people . . . loves
to laugh Volp.
"Those who make peaceful evo-
lution impossible will make vio-
lent revolution inevitable."
-John F. Kennedy
"Silence is audible to all men, at
all times, and in all places."
Shy and quiet easy going
friends with friends enjoys
bike-riding ... ambitious ..,
if . f
A real nature man enjoys
hiking, biking and camping ,..
free, uninhibited and friendly
always around for a good
"lf it takes a lot of words to say
what you have in mind, give it
Tennis, skiing and boating
loves to party fun to have
LYNN E. WAUGH
"Love me for what I am, and not
what for what l am supposed to
Future plans in school cute
and blond all good things
come in small packages.
RICHARD J. WESTELMAN
"Our love is surely coming to an
end. Why waste the time we've
got to love again?"
Excels in everything music,
drama, sports Hot Doggin'
the slopes . . . West.
KATHLEEN MARY WARE
"The best things in life are
Quiet and sensitive . memo-
ries of Martha's Vineyard .
enjoys sewing and sailing .
CYNTHIA J. WAREING
"Yesterday is already a dream
and tomorrow is only a vision
but today well lived, makes ev
ery yesterday a dream of happi
ness, and every tomorrow a vi
Fun to be with .. Cindy.
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PHILIP H. WETMORE
Future chemist. dedicated to his
work quiet. calm and very
intelligent bound to succeed
"High aims form high charac-
ters. and great objects bring out
great minds." - Tyron Edwards
Seeking new adventures, new
paths to follow a real out-
doors man capable . Ken.
"There is no tomorrow, so let's
have fun today."
Kim December 1. 1972
good times surround him
explosive personality Will.
"Ya but" enjoys shopping
memories of Groton and the
Cape . a real zest for life
GARY BERNARD ZAKON
"The emotion that nature holds
for man, man should hold for
Enjoys the ocean sailing and
skiing determined Lacrosse
player .. amicable and fun.
"You can get it if you really
Happy and sensitive . loves to
drive, swim, play tennis and
"There are people and places I
remember, some have gone and
some remain, all these will nev-
er lose my affection. ln all my
life l'veloved them all."
Ay Babee Zeck.
"l stepped upon the platform.
the man gave me the news. He
said "You must be joking son.
how did you get through
Memories of Canada fun to
May you all go forth
to pursue your goals
whatever they may be
Thus we are sure would
be the wish of your frlend
and classmate Marne
She counted not her age
by years but her wealth
by her many frnends
Marie B. Fearnley
I am home In Heaven dear ones
Oh so happy and so brught
There IS perfect joy and beauty
In thus everlastlng lught
All the pam and grief IS over
Every restless tossnng passed
I am now at peace forever
Safely home In Heaven at last
IN SINCERE APPRECIATION .
MRS. CHERYL EISNER
Senior Class Advisor .,. for her devotion .., her con-
stant source of patience and energy enabled us to
achieve much beyond our hopes .,, without her en-
couragement and vitality our goals would not have
been attained ,.. we thank her for believing in us IH
helping us to believe in ourselves.
MR. ALFRED BADGER
Administrative Assistant .. for his dedication .,. his
guidance and assistance allowed us to become indi-
viduals his understanding and concern led to the
making of a group of students who will never forget
him simple thanks are not enough . the memo-
ries will always be with us.
MRS. LOUISE RICHARD
Senior Class Secretary .. . for her generosity and advice
,.. her kindness and regard for each of us were freely given
and just knowing that she truly cared made the difference
,.. though her deeds may often go unnoticed, they are
SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: FIRST ROW: S. Loughlin, A. Loyd. M. Power. C. Pattison, K. Hakansson, K. Lynch, B. Sharaf, A. Fuhrman, B. Joyce
J. Barbieri. A. Zontini, D. Molloy, K. Koffler, C. Soma, P. Becker, L. Lemay, C. Seaver, D. Aronoff, C. Convery, P. Harris, D, Raphael. SECOND ROW
H. Zecker, J. Sydow, C. Wareing, J. Luker, L. Takacs, K. Shaugnessy, S. Ryan, C. Eisner, tCIass Advisory, D. Shriber, M. DeSimone, S. Locke, K, Fox
T. Nardini, J. Hill, C. Sannicandro. THIRD ROW: J. McGuire, C. Reid, N. Russo, M. Terasconi, MISSING: T. Soma, C. Stratton.
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fSecretaryJ, Nicki Russo, CVice-Presidentb, STANDING: Michael Teras-
After four successful years at Framingham South High the class of 1975 is ready to venture out into the
"brave new world." We have made a lot of great friends and shared many unforgettable experiences. Though
never extremely profitable, our car washes were always lots of fun. Spirited rallies. successful dances, profit-
able candy sales, and a Junior Class trip that will never be forgotten, were just a few of the amazing achieve-
ments of this year's Senior Class. We are leaving behind many wonderful people who have watched us be-
come capable young adults. With patience and understanding they have taught us much and soothed us
when the growing pains were particularly hard to bear. They have given us the key to the door of life and the
means with which to open it . .. Look out world - here we come!
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son had its high points: one of which was
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IMRSI I Y FOOTBALL FIRST ROW P Savas tWater Boyj, T, Upham tWater Boyl, K. O'Rourke tManagerJ, C. Upharn, F. Divittorio. B, Hillrnan, P.
II"ll'Il Af l I5r.itif,,ilCoC,.ipt.1Ihl.N Lewis ICO-Captzzinl. P, Hoyt. C, Gorman. J. McNaulty. F. Harrington, J. O'Rourke, K. Moynihah UISSYI Managefl
'I Cfltllli ROW 'w Miller l IIUIIIWPIJ. I Di.itQloyetCo.1clwl, V. Trincia lCoz1chl, R. Jachowicz tHead Coachl, B. Murphy, P. Slattery, M. Moran, D. Frey, R
Lllt-If'IIf1Il, l Gcofl. G Hr-ll, R Sums. K Duke ICAHQICITI, V, Farese tfjoachl, S. Mainini, U. Barrera tTrainerl, L. Hendry tHead Managerb. THIRD ROW
' r'..ri I' Aiirlf-i .on I !lI,oloIi.i, M Polity. C Fornticiari, T. Bell, D Miles, D. Pratt. M. Foley, MISSING FROM PICTURE: D. Tracia.
FOOTBALL STAFF1 FIRST ROW: Jam Walker, Bob Merusl, Blho Barr1erarTralherl,Steve Manhu-
nl, Vuh Farese. SECOND ROW: Ken Duke. Roger lVlCDevltt. Vlh Trlhcla. Boo JSCIWOWILZ lHead
Coachl, Jack Dlatelevl. Jlm Carey, Brad Newman.
14 Norwood 35
O Wellesley 13
O Mlltoh 22
6 Dedham 21
15 North 8
6 Bralhtree 21
29 Needham 8
O Walpole 21
13 Natlck 29
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SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW: S. Smith, T. Skatoff, P. Rowland, M. Taylor, C. Randolph, B. O'ConneII, B. Anderson, A.
Mainini, P. Savas, C. Bernson, R. McDevitt CHead Coachj. SECOND ROW: J. Hobson, J. D'AngeIIo, J. Taylor, S. Getchell, C. Mc-
Ouade, J. Taylor, D. Moran, T. Luker, P. Sullivan, B. Hutchinson, J. Ballou, B. McCarthy, B. Newman CAsst. Coachj.
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW: B. Hayes CAsst. Managerj , B. Akillian, J. Ravreby, T. Slattery, R. Bell, K. Guglielmo, R. Rob-
erts CCO-captainj, P. Lewis fCo-captainb, C. Garron, B. Chalmers, C. Lamar, D. Turchi, S. Shellman CManagerD. SECOND ROW: J.
Carey ICoachJ, M, Consigli, G. Torres, B. Kardash, J. Kane, R. Agostinelli, S. Becker, A. Rivkin, J. Taylor, D. Helms, D. Scagnelli,
R. Bagley. J. Waler ICoachJ. THIRD ROW: P. Burke, T. Luker, P. Quirk, M. Brown, B. Fanger, R. Taylor, J. Fuhrman, P. Burke. J.
Pelligrini, J, Bailey, R. Zanchi. MISSING: J. Rivera, E. Otiz.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW: B. Kurasman, T. Skatoff, B. Sawyer, B. O'ConneIl, A. Mannini, G. Jordan, R. Sugar
man. B. Anderson. M. Moran, P. Savas, J. Taylor. SECOND ROW: V. Farese fAsst. Coachb. T. Stefanle, P. Rowland, S. Smuth, J
D'AnzeIlo, B. Hutchinson. M. Taylor, B. Bernson, P. Slattery, J. Ballou, J. Abolophia. THIRD ROW: R. McDevitt CHead Coachj. R
Murphy, J. Taylor, C. Quade, J. O'Rourke, S. Getchell, T. Luker, T. Flaherty, D. Tracla, P. Sullivan, B. McCarthy, M. Chase. B
Newman QAsst. Coachy.
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This years Field Hockey team was an out-
standing and special group. ln Bay State
League competition we were runners-up for
the title and were the only team to beat both
Needham and Wellesley. co-champions. Our
varsity team qualified for the first Massachu-
setts State Tournament by accumulating 75Q?o
of all possible points duringthe regular season
play. Our team won three tournament match-
es. to reach the finals against Wellesley. This
exciting match appeared on television - a
first for high-school field hockey. Because of
the spirit. determination, and perserverance
of the 1974 Field Hockey teams, a new era in
girls' sports has begun. Spectator attendance,
newspaper coverage, and public understand-
ing of the game has dramatically increased.
With winning seasons for the Junior Varsity
and Freshman teams and the fine example set
by all players, the Flyers will continue to be
well known for hockey skill and spirit!
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mini, A CFlIUdlOFll.L.lVl8f1lOl1,J,HIXOf'l C Malcolm SECOND ROW S Kaufam CCoachJ K Keohane T Soma D Malone H
fmkffr, K Harrington, Ki Holt. M, Desimone A Loyd C WaIkerlCoachJ
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JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: J. Butler, S. Thomas, M. Cordeiro, K. Salls, K. Abu, K. DeShaw, K. Read, P.
Brown, S. Hendry, SECOND ROW: S. Zanella, J. Brillhart, B. Lupis, K. Read, L. Jordan, P. Fiore, K. O'Brien, D. Boucini. THIRD
ROW: B. Cross QCoachJ, L. Suoeno, B. Fiore, S. Capstick, G. Logan, K. Harvey, J. Ziman, S. Kaufman QCoachJ.
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ton, K. Chaves. SECOND ROW: B. Delprete, D. Ottovuani, J. Flinter, N. Roby, L. Blumer, J. Gavel. A. DeGozzaIdi, D. Phipps, T. RI-
gopolous. THIRD ROW1 S. Joyce fCoacnJ, A. Sullivan, E. St. Andre, J. Leonardo, C. Foster, D. Malone, M. Marini, C. Dlott.
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quires endurance and self-discip-
line. Although this season was a
building one. the team exhibited all
the determination of winners and
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rnatch wuiover NaUck.Coach Ed
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foundation on which to build. as all
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Rfiuiih P Lhvlfers. G Rotafori SECOND ROW G. Fox. T. Downs. K. Drone. E. Abraham. T. Baugh, E. Clinton. B. Fitzgerald.
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season on very disappointing one-
goal losses but finished in a fine
flourish to lose only one game in the
last seven atten1pts.'The overaH
record must be viewed in a league
which sent three teams into the
State Soccer Competition. The fine
play of Seniors Mike Terasconi,
John Croci, Dan Jenkins, Chris Reid.
Bill Drake, Onya Amechi, and Tom
Grindeland will be messed. However
a wealth of very gifted Junior play-
ers leaves Coach Fabio Castellanos
with a nucleus with which to build a
serious contender for next year.
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VARSITY SOCCER: FIRST ROW T Grindeland C Reid J Croci iCaptainJ B Drake fCaptainy O Amaechi N Russo SECOND
ROW: M, Reid fCoachJ, R. Terasconi M Terasconi B Gemma E Crowley T Pruyn J Dudek J Hanscom J Araujo F Castel
IanosiCoachJ. THIRD ROW: P.Garrahan B Joyce J Stone D Jenkins MISSING M Lopes
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Ious. J. Dudek. SECOND ROW: P. Eden, J. Correua. J. Howard, J. Hampshire, B. Rosenberg, C. Clinton, T. Knapp. M. Cneffers. THIRD ROW:
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eling problems involved in practicing at
Keefe. Tech., 26 girls finished out South
Highs first swim season. A lack of depth
was felt this year but we are hopeful that
next year this problem will not be as
Our meets against Fitchburg and Newton
South were victories which brought us to
a 2-4 record. It was at the Eastern State
Championships where the talent of the
team wastruly shown.
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107 Fitchburg 61
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Golrlburfz lCo.ic.hJ, L. Howard. M. Taylor. M. McGrath. M. Leddy. A. Griswold. M. Coburn, J. Sullivan. K. Snei-
der, J Ai'm.ig.1in. THIRD ROW' C Smith, L Themislocles. M. Shapiro. S. Turner. P. Emery. C. Soma. S. Wes-
telnian FOURTH ROW J Hoar, K Griswold. L. Kelly. J Bowen. C. Leddy. B. Fox.
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This year's Swim Team, in its first year
as a varsity sport, met vvith strong
competition and did surprisingly vvell,
The majority of the team consisted of
uhderclassmen, who all showed coh-
siderable improvement throughout
the season. This Vear's experience
should prove invaluable, and vve are
looking torvvard to a successful season
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69 Attleboro 102
86 Dover 85
103 Norwood 60
96 Keele 52
78 North 87
67 Milford 114
75 Wellesley 96
69 Seekonk 102
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BOYS SWIMMING: FIRST ROW: R. Rodman, V. Corsini, K. Dooley CCO-Captainb, J. Cassy CCo-Captainj. J.
Ablondi, R. Westleman, R. Grossberg. SECOND ROW1 P. Burke, B. Heller, A. Casavant. J. Chiudnom. G. Taylor.
A. Dvorkis, B. Rivers. P. Harding, C. Brett. J. Slason. J. Jachowicz. R, Lihehan, P. Burke. THIRD ROW: Mr.
Mcomber CCoachJ D. Harding, C. Delany, D. Brett. D. Wilson, J. Dudek, V. Grosso. J. Halliday. MISSING: J.
Solomari. A. Cytroen, J. Thayer, J. Raverby, T. Logan.
The 74-75 Flyer lndoor Track sea-
son became one of individual per-
formances rather than team victo-
ries. In dual-meet competition, the
team record was four victories and
five defeats. However. during the
season five new school records were
set. Onye Amaechi established a
new record in the 50-yard dash, Jim
Barbieri in the 300-yard run, Mickey
Baugh in the 1000. and two new rel-
ay marks were set. Jim Barbieri,
Onye Amaechi, and the relay team
of Ernie Latham-Brown. Bill Hill-
man, Nate Lewis. and Jim Barbieri
won individual State Champion-
ships atthe end ofthe season.
51 Wellesley 34
40 Norwood 45
35 Braintree 51
38 Needham 48
65 Walpole 21
56 Dedham 30
54 North 32
38 Milton 48
40 Natick 46
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INDOOR TRACK FIRST ROW C. Happy. A. Amaechi, B. Garner, S. Murray. E. Latham-Brown. J. Barbieri. B. Hill
Brrisn.ih.in. N Lewis SECOND ROW' W. Kroll lCo.iChl, R Sheffer, D, DeC.'1rlo, L. Kransler, M. Malone
lor. l Gmfiy. S Ni-iiriiitin, M l.iylor. K Suiiiniiivs, M Eiiuiili, R Happy, B. Foley, V Libemtore. J. Frey. A. PO
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This year the Wrestling Team had its first
varsity schedule. With a brand new mat
and new uniforms. the varsity team had a
new spirit that was not present in past
years when wrestling was only run on an
intramural basis. There is no doubt that
the team gained much respect from oth-
er Bay State League coaches. Although
the team did not defeat any experienced
teams, they did defeat teams with the
same experience - some with lopsided
scores. More than half the team was
made up of Freshmen and Sophomores
which indicates that South will be a
strong contender in the years to come.
19 Ashland 39
20 Weston 37
42 Belmont 15
39 Keefe 18
9 Norwood 48
15 Milton 37
51 Catholic Mem. 12
13 Wellesley 48
15 Needham 39
24 Walpole 26
-24 Holliston 33
12 Braintree 42
14 North 44
14 Natick 43
9 Dedham 42
WRESTLING FIRST ROW M LaChanceCManager5 J Skateoff M Chetfers K Rotatori G Rotatori tCo-Captainl. D,
Fraser fCo Captainl M LaChance J Rotator: D Whelan K Whit T DAngeloCManagerl SECOND ROW: L. Mancini
CCoachJ R Zaffino M Berardi J DAngeIo D Donovan T Flaherty M Ware T Luker J O Day A Jones, K.Fisher,
The 1974-75 Girls Gymnastics Team enjoyed a very successful season.
Although the record. 6 - 3, was the same as last year, this team scored
an all-time-high of 81.25 points and had a season's average of 78.7
points. This was more than ten points higher than last year. This year's
team, comprised of over twenty talented gymnasts and led by Co-cap-
tains Priscilla Harris and Audrey Hobbs. worked together in perfecting
many original and creative routines. Although five girls will be graduat-
ing this year qAudrey l-lobbs, Priscilla Harris, Carol Seaver, Carrie Coli-
ger. and Karen Rhoadesj. there remains an enthusiastic group of girls
who are looking forward to a successful season next year.
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GIRLS GYMNASTICS: FIRST ROW: J. Garfold, L. McKinstry. S, Westleman. C. Seaver, A. Hobbs CCaptainJ, P. Harris fCaptainJ, C
Goliger, L. Provencher. S. Abrams, L. Dewar, P. Mcliinstry. SECOND ROW: C. Wheeler fAssistant Coachb, S. Leeds. E. Adler, D
Gilyfird. R. Knapp, E Berger, lvl. Dinan. D. Ellison, R. Lennard, S. Baker. D. Donley. D. Goldman. B. Paintek fCoachl.
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Only those involved in this demanding sport
can truly appreciate the coordination.
grace. and tremendous work that is re-
quired of each participant. This year's
team. under the leadership ot Coach Man-
zello. exhibited all of these qualities. Al-
though the overall record is not that im-
pressive. some fine performances were
turned in by Seniors Bob Aplondi, Craig
Bahnsen. Andy Fuhrman. and Co-captains
Nick Russo and Paul Kindstedt. A dedicated
group of underclassmen remain however.
and should prove to be a solid nucleus upon
which to build.
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BOYS GYMNASTICS: FIRST ROW: A Mendes. T. Wade, R. Bell, E. Wilder. P. Kindstedt ICO-Captainp N Russo tCo Captain! B
Pollure. H. Convery, M. Apkon. F. Brandon. SECOND ROW1 T. Manzella tCoachi. D. Schwartz B Ablondi C Lamar M Celfond
M West. ll Pruyn. U Baliine. H. Barnstone. J. Kenney. D. Helms. J. Gray. C. Bahnsen. J. Gulezian tAsst Coachl
73.10 Needham 75.30
74.40 Braintree 108.10
82.00 North 94.15
80.75 Milton 96.15
76.00 Norwood 69.70
79.85 Wellesley 86.75
77.30 Natick 66.20
Soutn was again the smallest basketball team
in tne Bay State League tnis year. However.
tne Squad was unusually quick and played
excellent defense tnrougnout tne season. We
nad trouble witn offense at first. but our score
increased with eacb game. and the overall
record of7 - 5 was a significant improvement
Over last year. Tne J.V. tearn finished vvitb a
record of 8 - 3 - 1. also a stronger record
tnan in 1974. Tne Fresnrnan squad. playing
tneir first season, got off to a solid start. We'll
miss our Senior Captains Marianne Cniappini
and Pat Cniudioni as well as Seniors Tricia
OBrien and Patty Becker. Witn an outstanding
group of Juniors returning, next year's team
will be an experienced group and we expect to
nave an even more successful year.
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Gllfl S lvfll?SlTY BASKLTBALL FIRST ROW K Harrington, T O'Brien. P Chiudloni lCapt.l, M. Cniappini fCapt.J. D. Malone
VUNIJ lfl'N! lf l5ull.irrlrl'A,iiivigif'r1,M Devery. C Br,-r km. K Holt. 7 Orti1,T Otey, P Bot ker, M Sniitli. B. Cross lCOa
GIRLS J.V. BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW: C. Duane. P. Brown. S. Queen. J. Paitchel. K. Read. L. lVlcLean. SECOND ROW: J. Sullivan.
B. Delprete. D. Malone. D. Thayer. D. Comtabad. J. Leonardo. A. Downey, S. Joyce CCoachJ.
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43 Braintree 37
28 Natick 35
24 Needham 40
54 Milton 50
34 North 43
34 Norwood 31
28 Dedham 32
32 Walpole 21
29 Wellesley 44
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This season was one of many exciting victories and a few
disappointing defeats. The Flyer team, under the leader-
ship of Coach "Smokey" Moresi, got off to a fast start
with six wins in a row. Tough losses did not faze our
team, however, and they were quickly pack on the track
with 5 more wins. Disheartening losses to North and Na-
tick put a damper on first place hopes, but left the Flyers
with high spirits for the State Tourney.
VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: AsJames J Jones M Thayer R HarrislCaptainb J Wessels J Croc: M
Kulkin SECOND ROW Phil MoresilCoachJ S Smith D Blatt T Heffernan T Marakoulos P Garrahan M
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL1 FIRST ROW: R. Spector, J. Dudek, C. Randolph. M. Fiegelman, NI. O'Hanisan, S. Levy, B. Hutchin
son, SECOND ROW: B. Joyce Uvlanagerb, C. McCarthy, S. Snelman, G. Bernson, B. Otey, B. Bowman, D. Moran, P. Flynn QCoachJ.
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SOPHOIVIORE BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW: C, Connally, R. Morgan, C. DeIPrete, G. Hobson, J. Howard. V. Krirorlan, R. Grout
SECOND ROW' J. IVI.1I1orrus ICOACIU, B. Laveriy, M. Mutchnuk, S. Woods. D. Gordon, C. Caudnerl. E. Robunson.
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW: J. Skillern. M. Drahozal, T. Baugh, D. FelgeImar1fCapt.J. M. Brown qCapt.J. J. Bodem
fCapt.J, P. Lewus, H. Heckler, T. Slattery. SECOND ROW: M. Barry CCoachJ, M. Moran, IVI. McDeovvr1. J. Fuhrman, T. Garraharl. R
Barrett, R. Taylor, J. Taylor, T, Luker, R. Brosrwahan. H, Lee, C. Garron.
lt was supposed to be a rebuilding year, but no
one told our young hockey team. The Flyers,
playing a hustling, high-spirited brand of
hockey. clawed their way to a first-division fin-
ish. Led by Co-captains Ed Lill and Bill Drake.
and Seniors Gene Crowley, Matt Kelley, John
Fish. Bob l-luffam. Ken Duane, and Jim Behen-
na. the team continued the recent tradition of
outstanding hockey at South. A core of under-
classmen contributed greatly to the fine sea-
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VARSITY HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: T. Golding. M. Kelley, G. Crowley, B. Drake QCO-Captainj, E. Lill CCO-Captainb, K. Duane, B. Huf-
farn, J Fish. SECOND ROW: D. Eccelston fAsst. Coachl. J. Behenna. W. Kelley, J. Hanscom. P. Foley. B. Karas, S. O'Neil, J. Bel-
lorti, C., Kenley, D Chiappini, B McGuire. R. Bell lCOachl.
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JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: C. Clinton. F. Colatta, M. Williams, J. Kee-fe, M. Desimone, D. Giatrellis, P. Burnham, M.
Soma. SECOND ROW: D. Eccelston CCoachJ, T. Nadeau, F. Devittorio, S. Collatta, D. Clopeck, T. Steffani, G. Page, L. Henry, J.
McLaughlin, H. DeCoff, D. Toms.
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FRESHMAN HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: J. LaLiberte,.T. Grealey, T. Harrington, J. Terisoni, G. Swanecamp, K. Kimball, R. Tucci, P.
Otmvuam. SECOND ROW: B. Fanger. P. Quark, T. Mckeown. G. Soasa. J. Ventura, P. Pellegrini, R. Bagley, A. Sebastian. J. Hall
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JUNIOR OFFICERS: B. Heller tPresidentj, P. Fiore CTreasurerJ, B. McCorkindale CSecretaryJ
remember ourfeelings overthe years. '
M. McCIean tVice-Presidentb.
We've all had hard times but we've accom-
plished and experienced them together.
We've grown closer as a class and we seem
to be able to function well as a whole, yet we
respect individual differences. We've got
much more to learn and experience, butthe
past years have made us realize the impor-
tance of class unity and spirit. We look for-
ward to Senior year with enthusiasm and
hopes for success and more good times.
Whether it be a steering committee meet-
-ng, or a class function. the enthusiasm and
willingness to help abounds. This love of
activity and eagerness to participate, along
with the shouts, laughs and cries that come
with "the good ole high school days" truly
made our Junior Class Hthe spirit of 76"!
JUNIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: FIRST ROW: A. Hopkins. N. Blacquer, J. Murphy, K. Abu, C. Bleasius. J. Ziman, K. Salls. P.
Fiore lTre:isurerl, M. McLean CVice-Presidentj, B. Heller fPre-sidentl, B. McCorkindale CSecretaryJ, D. Boucini, S. Abrams, D.
Goldrrmn, J. Isaacson, D. Zigelbaurn, C. Abelli, B. Foley. SECOND ROW: C. Lelli, C. Malcomb, K. O'Brien, K. Keohane. L. Man-
lOVI,G.LOf1iJl'1,L Walstencroft, C. Miller, N. Scagnelli. J. Rigopoulous, P. Zontini. L. Simmons, D. Malone, L. Blumenthal, D.
I1i:viiif',K ll.inIr-y, K llutcjhinson, G Chute IHIRO ROW. S. Queen, K. Harrington, J. Jachowicz, K. Reed. R. Friedman, K.
l'r-ny f, Kr-ilr-y, If Ir1r.isroni.I Slofanini, R Eden, S O'Neil, C. Upham, F. Divitorrio. C. Becker, S. Cohen, K. Fair, L. Hanley.
ll fflflllpf k. S Vr-nluri, S Uurkeo, J Guglieamo, C. Mangini, K Moynihqin, A. Cassavant, A. Murphy, L. Roberts, J. Soloman.
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With one year's experience behind
us. the Sophomore Steering Com-
mittee began work in early fall with
the candy sale. If we haven't sold
the remaining bars by the end of
next year. we can serve them as
dessert atour prom.
The most successful event of the
year was our dance at which Sledge
Hamma played to a sell-out crowd.
The dance gave us an opportunity
to seel more candy. but, once again.
no luck, look out prom, here they
Prospective plans include a winter
festival of activities during February
vacation. The winter festival will be
the first sophomore class trip. We
hope a successful venture like this
will induce more class members to
become involved in our future activ-
SOPHOIVIORE OFFICERS: B. Fiore CVice-Presidentb, L. Shaw
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SOPHOMORE STEERING COMMITTEE: FIRST ROW1 K. Soma, L. Shaw, J. DeCoIIibus. B. Fiore. SECOND
ROW' lvl Nery. L. Phipps. K Foster, D. Jacobs, S. Westleman. P. Tosti. THIRD ROW: J. Doe, E. Goldman.
fl Rr-1-rl, C Noonan. J, Butler. S. Gerhey. L. Liverman, L. Lion, J. Nadeau. H. Tomlinson. W. Ross, B, Er-
ir l4s1:ii.lN Trimisirinrf Cohen. H Hart. A Coburn, R. Goldberg, J, Doe.
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Entering into a new and different envi-
ronment can often be a difficult expe-
rience. but this year's highly spirited
Freshman Class adapted well to the
new ways, and hopes to make their
FRESHMAN OFFICERS: B. Hillman tTreasurer7, R. Roberts Nice-Presidentb, L. Goodwin CPresidentJ
G. Grace tSecretary5.
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The Freshman Class got off to a fast 5- . 3
start with early student officer elec- 'JG'
tions. With the help and guidance of ' . V.
our student administrator, Mr. Waugh, .1 A
and our advisor. Ms. Lamperti. we 4 fm ' gig.
were able to run a successful dance. This combined with an undefeated
Freshman Football team and an equal-
ly impressive Freshman Basketball
Team make for a promising outlook
forthe years to come.
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FRESHMAN STEERING COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW: S. Leads. B. DelPrete. L. Makinstry. C. Leddy. B. Goldstein. S. Russel. P. Strat-
ton. I. Cooper. L. Alfano. K. Feil. F. Gusha. L. Heffernan. D. Read. J. Hoos. M. Burgin. SECON ROW: C. Palumbo. J. Leonardo, D.
Malone. S. Durkee. J. Marini. J. Jurolf. E. Collins. T. Rigopolous, K. Makormic. D. Bertram. V. Bagley. J. Chaiken. P. Kenny. J
Pierson. R. Cohen. J. Dow. J. McHugo. THIRD ROW: A. Danforth, A. Rivkin. D. Becker. STANDING: J. Doe, S. Beker. D. Carpenter
J Renzoni, S Nearman. J. lresoni, D. Stone. J. Ventura. K. Kimball. B. Maguire. T. McKeown. N. Downy. J. Doe. J. Doe. E
Upham. A Zimmerman. M. Meyer. L. Fosgate. L. J. Carrol. C. Shevrin. R. Rohtstein. S. Bowen. K. Ryder.
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AIRES IVIEN DES - ANGGLA
I will never forget this year that I stayed in the United States as
an American Field Service student. Being a member of an
American school, an American family, and an American
community. as well as meeting many other AFS students,
made me understand better and really believe in the AFS say-
ing, 'Walk together, talk together for world understanding."
In the school, where I spent a great part of my year, I found
the most fantastic school spirit I have ever seen, and I will
always remember the rallies, the cheerleaders, the school
band. the football and hockey games, and all the school activi-
ties. Catching the school bus, snowball fights, and the friend-
ship I found everywhere will also stay forever in my memories.
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all those that
made possible for me to come, and to all those that, in one
way or another, helped me gaining new experiences and find-
ing new horizons.
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Even though blurred, tired, and in need of sleep, my
five senses never stop racing on. Riding a countryside
of blue-green rice fields where children, farmers, and
water bufrfalos seem to lose the distinction between
work and play, I catch a glimpse of an enormous gold-
en Buddha watching me mysteriously from his sacred
place on a hillside. l encounter open tent-covered
markets. peddlers scurrying by carrying their baskets
of wares on yokes or balancing tables of goods on
their heads. People from several East-Asian countries
in their traditional dress pass alongside fashionable
dressed businessmen and women. In Thailand l find
an outstanding respect for teachers. a method of
teaching based on memorization, and many old tradif
tions Csomewhat outdated but beautifully keptb. l am
watching a country and culture exotically different
from what I have known become home. Thanks for
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This year the National Honor Society
concerned itself with several service ori-
ented activities. Under the direction of
Vice-President Rick Brown we reimple-
mented our tutoring program which we
hope has been helpful to some of our i35,,f3,,.LQ.
student body. We ran a very successful "T"'i' -H
Christmas Project under the direction of Y.,
student coordinator Christine Convery.
We were pleased with the school's coop- al .A lx
eration and were given the satisfaction of
giving 345 less fortunate kids a really " 'i 'UU fl
"Merry" Christmas. if
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: FRONT ROW: R. Glazer, N. Scagnelli, T. Soma, R. Brown fVice-Presb, P. Harris fCorresponding Sec.J, C.
Bahnsen tPresidentl. L. Takacs fRecording Sec.l, M. Roberts fTreasurerl, C. Seaver, D, Aronoff, D. Smith, A. Davorkis. M. McLean, G.
Renzoni, A. Loyd. SECOND ROW: C. Miller, L. Manion, D. Malone, D. Zigelbaum. K. Read, K. Harvey. J. Sydow. S. Ryan. C. Goliger, L.
Verdy. P. Pappas, J. McGuire, K. Hanley, L. Nearman, L. Greenberg. D. Saivetz. THIRD ROW: Ms. Hickey CAdvisorb, W. Greb, B. Mc-
Corkindale, S. Zimmerman, J. Carroll, A. Levine, R. Breslow, M. Cohen, M. Thayer, P. Cavalieri, B. Bergin, J. Hampshire, K. Harring-
ton, K. O'Brien. P. Emory, M. McGrath, M. McCourt, K. Levenson, E. Adler. FOURTH ROW: J. Ahmadian, H. Barnstone, J. Rigopolous,
D Fraser. S. Lingham, D. Clopeck, P. Kindstedt, L. Kranseler, J. Dallape, B. Sharaff, B. Brosnahan.
The Student Government is an organization
whose primary purpose is to represent the stu-
dents. by acting as the intermediary between the
student body and the faculty and administration.
This year there are thirty-two members to the
Student Government with equal representation
of the four classes. Unlike past years. the Stu-
dent Government has proven to be much more
than what its name suggests. by innovating new
programs such as Student Government Day. the
Forum, assembly programs and a new constitu-
tion. We not only have a new name. but we also
have a new purpose and new ideas. Every Mon-
day after school in B-46. one can see more than
just thirty-two people sitting in a room. One can
witness a melting of minds.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COALITION: FRONT ROW: A. Mendes. M. Berardi, C. Seaver CVice-Presidentl. D. Raphael
CPresidentJ. C. Miller, S. Cohen, lVlr. Zinkievich fAdvisor9. SECOND ROW: S. Abrams, J. Ventura. H. Barnstone. S. Za-
kon, R. Steinberg, P. Mason. R. Burnham, D. Aronoff, L. Blumenthal. L. Previte. THIRD ROW: N. Downy. H. Tomlinson.
N. Shaffer, D. Blatt, M. Thayer. M. Hudson. P. Hopkins. A. Zimmerman. K. Lennard. K. Shaughnessy. MISSING: A.
This year we feel we have been
successful in continuing last
year's policy of creating a paper
representative of South High. Our
success includes a large writing
staff which indicates a revived
interest in the Crier. The Decem-
ber issue highlighted the year by
being completely sold out. New
features, such as conflicting edi-
torials concerning school policy.
alteration of the dustpan and
centerfolds all helped to enlarge
the circulation of the Crier which
continues to maintain high
standards of quality journalism.
STUDENT CRIER: FRONT ROW: M. Roberts, G. Cohen, S. Gordon, B. Brosmahan, S. Eysmann. SECOND
ROW: W, Greb, L. Greenberg, K. Lennard, P. Carney, B. Garner. S. Kaye, A. Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: P.
Kindstedt, L. Manion, M. Thayer, M. Cohen, R. Cohen. FOURTH ROW: A. Fuhrman, B. McCorkindale, K
Beaver. R. Breslow. FIFTH ROW: S. Esty. D. Sharaf, A. Casavant, C. Shevrin, E. Pessman, S. Eimmerman
SIXTH ROW: Mrs. Baldwin U-Xdvisorj, S. Lingham, D. Frasier CEditors-in-Chiefj. MISSING: S. Zakon, H
Barnstone, M. Thayer. T. Sullivan, R. Steinberg, M. Brown, H. Pressman, D. Evers, P. Harris, B. Fiore, S
Cohen, P. Chindioni.
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THE PAGE: FRONT ROW: I. Berman, R. Marks, I.. Hamlin. K. Levenson 1Editorl, S. Zimmerman, H. Silver-
berg ICO-Editorsl, L. Phipps. SECOND ROW: H. Walker, L. Liverman, K. Gable, K. Brennan. P. Carney.
THIRD ROW: D. Knoff, M. Kahn. G. Cohen. L. Roberts.
HDNDRS AND AWARDS
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: FIRST
ROW: M. Keefe. C. Stratton. J. Lnber-
atore LCapt.I. A. Bouchrnr, S. Ven-
tura. SECOND ROW. P. Tostl, D,
Esperran. P. I-Iopkrns, K. Lennard.
K. Krmball, J. Murphy. C. Bryant. K.
Foster. MISSING: D. Karas.
BELOW1 South's Cheerleaders tue
for thard place In Bay State League
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Errckson, L.J Carroll, R. Cohen, B.
HIIIrnan, L. Lowry. L. Ballrngsley. L.
McKInstry, P. MCKIhStry, K, Gallant.
D Kraser. MISSING: S, Thomas. K.
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chi, J. Coburn, C. Gentulu. L. Ferro. E
Upharrm, J. Pearson, L. Provencher, D.
Goodwm. SECOND ROW: C. Sliver, N.
Downey, C. Convery fCo-captamb. L.
Frederuckson, L. Carlson, L. Lemay
fCaptaur15, J. Jones, D. Pellegrum, A
Burke, J. Kelly, K. Dlott. MISSING. D
Souttfs Majorettes take third place in Bay
State League Competition.
COLOR GUARD FIRST ROW' P. O'-
Gmdy, D Shrnber. N. Scagnelln, C.
Vhremg SECOND ROW J. Luker, Nl.
Ehfrwmo, B Leeds, L. Palumbo. A.
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taunj. SECOND ROW: S, Capstuck. D.
Martun, L. Cascella. R. Saveil. D. J. F3-
Ione, G. Sleeper, C. Sousa, A. Coburn.
J. Muller, N. Levvrs.
ORCHESTRA: E. Adler. D. Alzapueds. R. Alzapuedl. S. Becker, T. Bell, M. Black. L. Blumer, P. Cavalueru. M. Chaves, C. Convery, R
Crupps. F. Drehl. M. Donnerstag. F. Downer, A. Dutton, P. Emory. D. Goldman, C. GIOIIQSF, P. Grady, A. Graham, R. Grossberg, E
Hakansson, K. Hakansson. M. Henderson. P. Herman. M. Hohn, L. Huntoon. T. Lage, W. Lawson, T. Logan, P. Mabnuk, J. Ooster
man. W. Oosterman. A. Pollunger, C. Prevute, L. Provencher, K. Russ, D. Sanvetz. C. Sulver. C. Smith, D, Summer, E. Summer, S
Thomas, M. Tunmcluff, W. Webb, R. Westleman. L. Wilder, H. Zecker, J. Hixon, D. Gold, T. Grady, S. Shaw.
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BAND E Adler, V Alfano. D Alzapnedu, R. Alzapuedu. S. Becker, T. Bell. M. Black. R. Carp. P. Cavaliers. M. Chaves. C. Convery, R. Crlpps.
A D.1lI.1pe, A Danforth, F Dnehl, M Donnerstag, F. Downer, A. Dutton, P. Emory. C, Frredman, D. Gold. D. Goldman, P. Grady.T. Grad-
,, A Gr,nh.JrT1,R Grossberg, E Hakansson, K. Hakansson, M. Henderson, P. Herman. J. Hlxon. V. Hobbs, M. Hohn, L. Huntoon, J. Lage
I lfniv-, W l uwson, J Oosterman, W Oosterman, A. Pollmger, C. Prevnte, C Read, C, Rowen, K. Russ. D. Savuetz. M. Shapiro, S. Shaw
f, T-,rlrf-1, C, Smrth, D Stone. D Summer, E. Summer. G. Taylor. S. Thomas, R. Westelman, E. Wulder, L. Wnlder, H. Zecker, M. Tunnnl
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MlXED CHORUS: R. Alzapiedi. B. Avergon. M. Baer. V. Bagley. R. Bell. D. Bertrand. A. Brown. K Carroll. L. Casella. J. Chase. M Chaves
P. Chiariello. K. Christian. M. Consenia. D. Crlpps, C. Carter. C. Dlott. F. Downer. A. Downey. A. Dutton. A. Ely. D. Estey. D. Falone. L
Faulknen. L. Feigelson. L. Foss. B. Fox. C. Friedman. C. Gentili. A. Goldin. L. Goodwin. H. Gordon. S. Gurney. K. Hakansson. C. Happy
J. Hixon. P. Kabler. S. Kahn. R. Kelley. M. Kelly. P. Kenny. D. Knott. J. Koffler. A. Lage. J. Lebewohl. M. Leddy. A. Loyd. K. Lynch. C
Marlani. M. Miller. J. Nezvesky. P. Noble. P. O'Grady. J. Osterman. M. Oakes. K. Pitts. R. Polomarenko. L. Previte. E. Rosenberg. S
Rowland. K. Russ. K. Ryan. D. Saivetz. P. Saivetz. W. Salvetz. P. Savas. R. Savell. K. Scanlon. C. Smith. C. Snyder. W. Stein, T. Stephan
IS. D. Summer. E. Summer. L. Supeno. S. Sussman. C. Taylor, D. Thayer. L. Themistocles. J. Travis, S. Turner. L. Valanzola. G. Wall. K
Ware, T. Ware. M. West. D. Wheet. C. Wood. B. Wrasman. B. Wright. L. Zlgelbaum. J. Rosenberg. L. Blumenthal. S. Fishman. C. Rowe
A CAPPELLA CHOIR: FIRST ROW: A. Dutton. A. Loyd. M. Chaves. K. Hakarisson. S. Fishman. J. Rosenberg. B. Avergone. P. Salv-
etz. B. Alzepiedi. Mr. Perrone. L. Goodwin. B. Delprete. D. Friedman. J. Oosterman. K. Christian, H. Gordon. A. Downy. W. Salv-
etz. F. Downer. SECOND ROW: K. Ware. E. Latham-Brown, P. O'Grady. P. Savas, P. Cavalieri. D, Esty. E. Summer. T. Large. A
Ely, G. Wall. D. Summer. S. Kahn. P. Kabler. D. Knoff, L. Cassella. W. Stein. S. Turner. A. Goldin. THIRD ROW: L. Ziglebaum. C.
Rowen. L. Themistocles, M. McClean. C. Smith. R. Savelle, R. Goldberg. T. Ware. R. Friedman. L. Foss. A. Hopkins. R. Kelley. P.
Noble, K. Scanlon. D. Falone. S. Eysmann. MISSING: A. Rivkln, H. Zecker.
GIRLS GLEE CLUB: L. Barr. D. Bertrand, A. Brown, P. Carta, L. Casella J. Chase. M. Chaves, P. Chlarlello, K. Chrlstuan, M. Conserva. D
Chops. A. Degozzaldl, D. Deody. F, Downer, A. Downey, A. Dutton, D. Falone, L. Felgebon . L. Foss, B, Fox. C. Enedman. C. Gentlll, R.
Goldberg, L. Goodwln, I-I. Gordon, C. Happy. S. Hardlng. J. HIXOD, R. Kelley. P. Kenny, D. Knott, J. Kohler, M. Leddy, A. Loyd, C. Mariani
J. Matheson. M. Muller, J. Nezvesky. P. Noble. P. O'Grady. J. Oosterman , K. Putts, A, Palley, E. Rosenberg, S, Rowland, K. Russ. D. Salv-
etz, W. Salvetz. R. Savell, K. Scanlon, M. Sldman. C. Srnlth. C. Snyder. W. Stern. T. Stephaees. L. Slepeho, D. Thayer, L. Thernlstocles. S.
Turner, L. Valanzola, K. Ware. T. Ware. Duane Cheat. C. Wood, B. Wrught, L. Zlgelbaurn, J. Chalken, L. Faulkner, L. Blurnenthol, Maureen
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IA Ilolln SECOND ROW: D. Cassella, D. Knott. D. Goldman, D. Salvetz, W. Salvetz, P. O'Grady.
'JI COND HOW A f.r,lll.lrn, M f,lltlVf'5, P C..Ilv.:IelrI. THIRD ROW: P. Savas, D. Blatt. FOURTH ROW: R. Westelrhan . MISSING: A. Dutton.
BOY'S GLEE CLUB: R. Alzapnedu. R. Bell, A. Downey, A. Ely. D. Estey. L. Goodwin, K. Hakansson. P. Kabler, S. Kahn, A Lage, C Rom-
dolph. D. Sanvetz, P. Sanvetz, P. Savas, D. Summer, S. Teneholtz. G. Waliy, M. West, B. Wrasman. B. Wrrght, J. Rosenberg. S. Fush-
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JAZZ BAND: FIRST ROW: H. Zecker, A. Pollinger, D. Alzapiedi, W. Oosterman. T. Lage, E. Summer. R.Cr1pps. R. Grossberg.
SECOND ROW: D. Sauvetz, M. Chaves, P. Cavaliers. D. Goldman, R. Westelman. E. Adler. THIRD ROW: K. Hakansson, M. Hohn. B.
Alzapuedu, D. Summer, S. Becker, C. Sousa, B. Frendman, George Perrone fDurectory
The Framingham South High Dramatic Society has
enjoyed anactive and extremely successful season.
This success is largely due to the abundance of stu-
dent talent and the superb directing ability and
devotion of our advisor. Mr. Richard Rimes.
Our 1974-1975 theatrical season opened with the
intriguing performance of Tom Stoppard's The Real
Inspector Hound, a contemporary detective story
filled with humor and suspense. Of course. the
piece de resistance was South High's Third Annual
Spring Musical, Cole Porters Anything Goesg with-
out a doubt the most overwhelming theatrical expe-
rience ever presented on the F.S.H.S. stage.
Other Dramatic Society events have included a trip
to view the Boston production of Lady Audley's Se-
cret, a special performance by Mime Fax Gilbert.
and field trips to American Film Theatre produc-
tions. Our principal goal was to bring top quality
theatre to Framingham.
DRAMATIC SOCIETY. FRONT ROW: Mr. Rimes fDirectorJ, S. Eysman fTreasurerJ, D. Saivetz CPresidentl. W. Saivetz CVice-Presidentl. FIRST REGU-
LAR ROW. L. Phipps. H. Walker, S. Durkey, K, McCormick, P. Hopkins. L. Zigelbaum, K. Scanlon, R. Goldberg, S. Esty, A. Dutton, L. McLean. C
lriodrnan, E Gabor .SECOND ROW: E. Calender, K. Ryder, G. Grace, C. Snyder, E. Hakensson, J. Funk. C. Hakensson, P. Kilimnik, C. Convery, C
Lonvery. M Black, N Downey, K. Feil, P. Maubrook, R. Savell. L. Evens, D, Knoff. K. Feinstein. THIRD ROW: S. Abrams, L. Goodman. R. Goodman
M McLean, C Happy. C. Story. D Esty, J Ruivo. M. Sickles, L. Foss. P. Carny. R. Kelly. L. Cassella, S. Freud.
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FRENCH CLUB: FIRST ROW1 G. Cohen
qTreas.I, P. Mason iSec.l. Miss Satlak.
Miss Weber, W. Greb tV.P.J. R. Steinberg
qPres.l.. SECOND ROW: E. Rosenberg. S.
Eysmann, J. Finn, D. Wilks. S. Gurney. A.
Chao, L. Liverman. L. Foss, L. Werner, K.
Carroll. S. Miller, N. Dickman. J. Carroll,
E. Goldman. R. Cohen, C, Story, R. Kelly,
L. Wrasman. D. Cressia, MISSING: L. Man-
ion. J. Jordan. B. Wrasman.
SPANISH CLUB: FIRST ROW: Ms. Antonio
fadvisorl. D. Molloy, tPres.J, P. Tyler QV.
Presj. S. Molloy CSec.J, J. Jones, L. Green-
berg, K. Levenson, S. Loughlin qTreas.D
.SECOND ROW: M. Shapiro, W. Weiner, M.
Powers, A . Mendes, R. Brown, L. Hanley.
A. Gillard. L. Ober, B. Garner. C. Gable. L.
Hamlin, MISSING: Miss Olano, D. Lyon, R.
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The goal of the French Club is to expose students of French to the customs, culture
and history of France: to further their knowledge of the French language. and to
enjoy while gaining an education. This year, the French Club held a Cheese Fondue
Party, went to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. participated in the International
Language Club Holiday party and saw the movie "Jacques Brel." We also became
members of the French Library in Boston, held a pastry-tasting party, ate a deli-
cious French dinner, and sponsored a very successful fund raising drive which
brought in a substantial profit. For the members of the French Club, this school
year has been most successful, enriching, and enjoyable.
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The Spanish Club was involved in a number of activities this year. We enjoyed
many different experiences which enabled us to mingle our traditions with those of
Spain and Mexico. Through this participation we improved our understanding of
the language and people of Spain. Our "Fiesta de Mexico" allowed us to interject
Mexican flavor into our Halloween celebration. Together with our participation in
the International Holiday Party, our trips and ventures provided us with an exciting
and productive year.
The Latin Club has had a most successful year . The International Holiday
Party, held in conjunction with the other language clubs, was an event en-
joyed by both those who planned it and by those who were in attendance. A
second hand book sale, a trip to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, a program
with the North High Latin Club, and a Roman banquet were also planned. The
purpose of our club has been to provide students of Latin with an opportunity
to learn more than just the language. and to relate Roman culture to mo-
dern life with enjoyment and pleasure. Latina non mortua est!
GERMAN CLUB: FIRST ROW: M. Josephs, H. Gordon, SECOND ROW: S. Brown, E. Wilder. J. Luker
tSec,J. B. Brosnahon tTreas.J, M. Kaiser, H. Goldman Nice Presb. J. Dallope Cvice Presy, THIRD
ROW: K, Fiel, P. Kindstedt CPres.J, Mrs. Rubeski. M. Cohen fPres.J. H. Pressman. MISSING: P.
Walsh. L. Barr, D. Smith, L. Huntoon.
LATIN CLUB: FIRST ROW: E. Rosenberg, R
Aronson 1TreasurerJ. N. Shaffer Nice-Rresr
OGVWU, W. STG-in. CRresidentp. Miss vancavage
tCo-Advisory, Miss Gucciardi cCo- Advisory.
SECOND ROW. C. Liverman. R Mabrouk, B.
Mooney, M. Kahn. R. Glaser, B. Sawyer, H.
Solomon, J. Carroll, D, Hoos, L. Lemay, L.
Liverman. S. Zimmerman, A. Burke, J. Zi-
man. NOT SHOWN: P. Walsh lSecretaryj, J.
Sales, K. Read, C. Kemp, B. Foley. B Herbert,
N. Downey. R. Byne, S. Murphy, R, Bostad, L,
Through such activities as the Okto-
berfest. going to German restaur-
ants, and munching on home-
cooked goodies. the German Club
has brought Germany to America
for many of its members. This year.
through increased organization, we
have been able to do more than any
of our predecessors in the way of
activities and outings. The German
Club has come a long way since its
officers were freshmen. With prog-
ress like this we'll first take Fram-
ingham, then Massachusetts and
den ve vill conquer de VORLD.
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tQrfCofCnanrrnanJ. K. Drahozal Ureasurerb, D. Ferruccuo. A. Gullard, E. Goldman. G. Hobson
fCo-Chaurrnany, C. Hornmel, L. Jordan 4SocretaryJ, C. Lnverman, P. Lewaliyn, N. McDonald.
HISTORY CLUB: V. Alfano CCofChaurrnan7, O. Amaechn. C. Belfortl. R. Burnham, P. Carpen-
SKI CLUB: B. Walkner CPresldentJ. J. Henderdeen, M
Shaffer, G. Corbett. S. Stennburg. B. Wrugbt, A. Sullivan
A. Degozzalcnl, E. Upl'1arn,J. Person. B. Goldsteun. J
Austln lVuce-Presudentl, K. Dlott, J. Nluto. M. Deslmone
B. Rosenberg, D. Pratt, J. Rosenberg, M. Drake, T
Dowd, P. Walsh fSecretaryJ, R. Marks. J. Decollabus. B
Hart. B. Flore. E. St. Andre, L. Carrara. J. Gordon. N
Scagnelll, C. Beaver, R. Goldberg fTreasurerl, H. Walk
er, K. Foster, A. Coburn, D. Jacobs, L. Supeno. P. Tose
tue. B. Erlckson. Jayne Coburn, FACULTY ADVISORS
Mr. Engvall, Mr. Breen.
SPEECH CLUB: FIRST ROW: L. McLean. S
Eysmann fSecretaryJ, M. McLean lVnc:e Pres:
dentb, lVlr. Sosny fAdvlsorJ, P. Kulmlnlk lPresu
dentl, C. Frledrnan lTreasurerJ, S. Frled. D
Salvetz. SECOND ROW: R, Goldberg. H. Press
man, K. Fennsteun. C. Convery, P. Carney, P
Nlaubrook. NOT SHOWN: H. Barnstone.
CHESS CLUB: B. Sokolov, D. Contrata lVnce Presloentl, Mr
Hester CAdvnsorb. B. Sbaraf fPresrdentl. T. Dlnan.
AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES: FIRST
ROW: P. Lewallen, R. Rawlmg. C
Gram, C, Happy. N. Hopkms. Mr,
Robert Balley QAGVISOTJ. SEC-
OND ROW: G. Nlanseau. P. Ma'
son. R Stemberg, Nl. Brown, C.
Wlllne. G. Duckmann, N. Duck-
man. R. Ward, Nl. Paquette.
MISSING: P. Salvetz, A. Brown.
LIBRARY AIDES: C. Carroll, L.
Prevlte. B. Lathrop, J. IVIcGulre.
R. Lowe, J. Carroll, NOT
SHOWN: C. Latham-Brown, L.
Binder. J. Amacljuan, lvl, Dinan,
C. Feola. K, Lennard. D. Tes-
GUIDANCE AIDES1 R. Rowlmg, K.
Carroll, K. Vorce . L. Baugees, C.
Happy. S. Rawlmg, D. Contrata.
MISSING: C. Bartollm, A. Hop-
klr1s,C Abro. A. Marsh, L. Kwa-
sek. L. Hanscom.
-,,,,. TYPING POOL: FIRST ROW: N. Flynn.
K. Brenc, C. Bomenger. G. Sleeper,.
SECOND ROW: NI. Anderson, F. Beltzer,
D. Larnis, Mr. Hatch Uldvisorl NOT
SHOWN: D. Bernardi.
Need a TV set? ... or help in running a movie projector?
Won't the computer sign on ... or vvon't it turn off? Who
will type the masses of copy for the yearbook ... or help
that teacher who hasn't learned to type yet? Stacking
books, distributing absence sheets, helping schedule
guidance appointments, are some of the unsung jobs
that are taken care of with dispatch by our "AlDES". Li-
brary and guidance aides, audio-visual and computer
assistants, members of the typing pool all play an impor-
tant role in keeping the wheels rolling at South. Yeh
COMPUTER OPERATORS: FIRST ROW:
P. Pappas, R. Breslow, B. Wrassman.
. SECOND ROW: B. Fitzgerald. J. Dale
Iape, H. Goldman, M. Cohen. MISSING:
Whether this year's Philomath was a suc-
cess or not is something only you can
judge. We did, however, meet the goalswe
had set for ourselves. The most drastic
change was the addition of a twenty-page
Underclass Section, achieved without
The Creative Arts Section, shortened due
to the recent success ot "The Page," has
enabled yet another talented group of
our student body to take part in the year-
book. Student participation, especially in
the area of photography, was greatly in-
creased. We have tried to represent the
entire school in this year's publication.
PHILOMATH: FIRST ROW: L Verdy D Smith P Harris H Zecker H Pressman l Berman S Kaye S Eysman T Soma C
Soma, K. Lynch. SECOND ROW K Antalek S Cheslowsky L Takacs K Bullard J Sydow B Sharaf J Luker D Aronoff
tAsst Editorl, M, Roberts tEditorJ lvl Kiely R Burnham K Shaugnessy C Seaver J McGuire L Lemay L Falkouski
THIRD ROW' Mr, HatchtAdvusorJ G Cohen S Ryan K Moynihan R Fiegleman K Nlangini C Trotta K Harvey N Dwyer
K. Read, D. Shriber, A. Loyd P Chiudioni C Stratton K Kottler S Levy C Pattison S Scanlon L Roberts B Garner M
Cohen, Mr. Zaido tBusiness Advisorj
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l turn the pages back my friends
To days of long ago,
Each page holds some old memory
Of how we learn to grow.
We started out like little kids.
We soon grew lost and scared.
Yet, the help we gave each other
Could Never be compared.
Together we shared so many laughs
But there were times we cried.
Although we felt like giving up,
Together, we always tried.
And now it is the end my friends.
Our story is all through.
Or maybejust beginning . ..
The beginning of chapter two?
- Diane Slatkavitz
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through the times i've sat and wondered
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but what will become of you my friend
i often wonder how-
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where are you to turn to now?
so now we come with the past behind-
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for i have found my bag of gold-
my treasure of a friend.
- debi raphael
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but it was impossible to reach.
Years passed, the door unopened still.
My mind lost control of my being.
Instinct drew me to the door.
The rythmic knocking was like that of a pulse,
the rhythm increasing and decreasing.
One simple turn was all it took,
yielding to the challenging, changing new world.
I regained ny mind and security.
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sings a song of creation,
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stories of life and death.
A lonely but comforting noise reaches
out over the shores. s
People enjoy, and fear its rolling tides
and mountainous waves.
Its thunderous call tantalizes all to '
travel and enjoy its endless boundriep.
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it started to raing
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lt was the symphony of life.
If music be the food of lite,
Then let it play on.
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Now the world is out there waiting for you.
Now the future is what you will make it.
Whuch way to go?
What job to seek?
Where as the yellow brick road?
One company represents so many dlfferent
avenues there may be a job opportunity that just
a job that leads to a better job Ask your
guldance counselor where and when you can
apply for an lntervlew with
New England Telephone
A people to people buslness
New England Telephone
An equal opportunlty employer
fits your particular talents. More important,
to the Class of 1975
Have a Personal Banker at your side, on your side.
Branch Offices in: Ashland, Framingham, Marlboro, Maynard, Natick, Newton,
Sudbury, Waltham, Watertown
community notional lmnlq
A Showmut Associolion Bonk ' Member FDIC
"Good Luck" from SB. 84 B.
Lou, "They were fighting acrimoniously!"
June 81 Frank. March 12, 1973.
"Furrn run the slant, wait where the hell is Roy!"
Peace and Love to all. P.lVl.Z.
Behind Bowlerama at 6:45 a.m.
Gloria is in love . . . C.lVl.
Visine gets red out- Huh lVlalc
"Kenn, Dirts under your nose!"
Salt 81 Pepper - Woody 84 Weeny,
"Want me to drive?" ...Tricia S.
Mental lVlalc's on the loose!
Field Hockey "74" Chip 81 Jen
Love those yellow sweats CLO
Mixed drinks on us - SlewLou's Fio says she's sorry
"What time is itAng?" Summer of '73
Little O.B. has coordination "Whose getting snaks? Hub Pud" Per. 4
lt's a little Brooklyn maybe, Barb . . . Joyce Hi Prissy Pudis
Shro Bo Signs lnc. O.B., D.S. Stoney Pony
"lt's quarter of 12 guys!" Roads are mighty dangerous D.G. 84 C.A.
Sue S., Barb L., Donna S., Sue L., Ellen B., Tricia Tl1ere's another O'B coming "SO"
S., Joyce M., Kim K., - the Immediate Family.
Memories of Love, Laughter, 81 Ladybugs
'Cape Cod look out!" ... Donna S. Tricia O'B
Dr. 81 Mrs. E. J. Aronoff
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1975
Alfred E. Badger
Louise I. Richard
Grade 11 Office -
Paul Brunelle - Mrs. Semple
Mrs. George Bullard
Mr. 81 Mrs. C. J. Cheslousky
Framingham South Gridiron Boosters
Mr. Francis Galvani
Sophomore Class -
Mr. Joyce - Mrs. Johnson
Mr. 81 Mrs. George Luker
Mr. 84 Mrs. John C. O'Brien
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. F. Shaughnessy
Congratulations Class of '75
Mr. Waugh - Mrs. Ward
Buena Suerte class de '75 - Miss Antonio
Ms. Lillian Blatt
Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward Convery
Mr. Si Mrs. John R. Costa
Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank W. DiVittorio
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harold Hakansson
Best Wishes Class of '75 - Charles E. Hatch
Mr. Frank James
Mr. 84 Mrs. Frank Keohane
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Liberatore
Best wishes to the class of '75 - Eugene F.
Mr. 81 Mrs. John F. McGuire, Sr
Mary E. O'Neil
Mr. 84 Mrs.
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PORTRAITS, WEDDING CANDIDS, AND
Onye Amaechi and Donna Aronoff
ROBERT ABLONDI: Track 2.3.4: Gymnas-
JUDI ACTON: Ski Club 3: Pep Squad 2.3.4:
Glee Club 13 Candy Sale 1.2.3: Steering
Committee 1.2.33 Christmas Projects
MIKE AGOSTINELLI: Football Manager.
VINCENT C. ALFANO: History Club 43 Track
4: Golf 1.23 Band 2.3.43 Music Festival 2.3.43
Co-Chairman History Club: Associate Edi-
tor of Newsletter.
DENNIS R. ALZAPIEDI: Band 220.127.116.11 Orches-
tra 2.3.4: Music Festival 18.104.22.168 Senior Play
4: Christmas Project 4.
ONYE AMAECHI: Drama Club 1.2.3: Ping
Pong Club 3.43 History Club 3.4: Track 1.43
MARCIA ANDERSON: Senior Play 4.
DOREEN M. ANTOBENEDETTO: Gymnastics
11 Christmas Project 1.2.
JOSEPH ARAUJOi Track 1.2: Soccer 22.214.171.124
LYNN ARCHAMBAULT Ski Club 32 Pep
Squad 2.3.4: Senior Play 4: Library Aide
3.4. Candy Sale 1.2.31 Bookstore 1.2: Steer-
ingCommittee 1.2.3. Student Councel 1.
DONNA LYNN ARONOFF: Drama Club 1.2.3
Pep Squad 126.96.36.199 Glee Club 2.3: Music
Festival 2: Philomath 3. Assistant Editor-in-
Chief 43 Student Crier 3.4: Senior Play 2.43
Language Lab Aide 13 Candy Sale 188.8.131.52
Bookstore 1.2.32 Christmas Project 3.4: Na-
tional Honor Society 2.3.4Q Steering Com-
mittee 184.108.40.206 Homeroom Representative
220.127.116.11 Student Government Coalition 43
Prom Committee Chairman 3: Creative
Arts Festival 33 Freshman Track Manager:
Sophomore Class Treasurer.
DARLENE ASSENCOA: Pep Squad 3.43 Intra-
mural Volleyball 18.104.22.168 Christmas Pro-
CRAIG S. BAHNSEN: German Club 3.43 Gym-
nastics 22.214.171.124 Senior Play 4: Bookstore
2.32 Christmas Program 126.96.36.199 National
Honor Society 2.3.43 Pres. National Honor
ED BALKAM: Pep Squad 1.2: Christmas Pro-
NANCY BARBADORA: Pep Squad 188.8.131.52:
Volleyball Intramurals 2.
JAMES ANTHONY BARBIERI: Drama Club 4:
Ping Pong Club 3.4 Pep Squad 3.4: Indoor
Track 184.108.40.206 Track 220.127.116.11 Cross Country
18.104.22.168 Senior Play 4: Language Lab Aide
1: Candy Sale 33 Christmas Program 2.33
S.G.C. 3: Steering Committee 22.214.171.124 Stu-
dent Councel 3: H.R. Representative
126.96.36.199 Captain Cross Country: Captain
LISA BARBIERI: Ski Club 1.23 Candy Sale 13
Christmas Program 1.2: Steering Commit-
PATRICE MARIE BARLEY: Pep Squad 1,21
Softball 1.23 Field Hockey 1.2: Basketball
Manager 13 Steering Committee 1.2.
ELLEN SUE BAUER: Pom Pom Girls: 23 Pep
Squad 3.43 Prom Committee 3. Fashion
Show 13 Music Festival 33 Philomath 43 Stu-
dent Crier 33 Candy Sale 3.43 Steering Com-
mittee 3.43 Home Room Rep. 3.4.
PATRICIA J. BECKER: Drama Club 13 Pep
Squad 188.8.131.52 Jr. Prom Committee 3: Field
Hockey 33 Basketball 43 Candy Sale 184.108.40.206
Christmas Program 1.2: Steering Commit-
tee 220.127.116.11 Intramurals 18.104.22.168.
SCOTT D. BECKER: Fine Arts Club 22.214.171.124:
Science Quiz Team 1.2.3: Lacrosse 126.96.36.199
Band 4: Orchestra 43 Music Festival 43 Stu-
dent Crier 1.2.3: National Honor Society
JAMES S. BEHENNA JR.: Hockey 1.2,3,4.
CYNTHIA JEAN BELFORTI: Ski Club 4:
Drama Club 13 History Club 43 Pep Squad
1.2.33 Manager Boys Track team 13 Ecology
Club 1.23 Variety Show 1.2.33 Intramural
Volleyball 1: Lang. Lab Aide 1: Candy Sale
1.2.31 Bookstore 1: Christmas Program
188.8.131.52 Steering Committee 1.2.33 Class
DEBBIE BELLOLI: Candy Sale 1.23 Christ-
mas Project 1.2.: Steering Committee
KIM MARIE BELLORA: Candy Sale 1.2: Steer-
ing Committee 3.
MAUREEN TERESA BENEFITO: Color Guard
2.3.4: Pep Squad 184.108.40.206 Gymnastics 1:
Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3.
BRIAN K. BERGINZ Ski Club 1.2: German
Club 220.127.116.11 Pep Squad 4: Football 23 Golf
18.104.22.168: Christmas Project 22.214.171.124 National
Honor Society 3.4
INA RUTH BERMAN: Teacher's Aide 2.3.4:
Office Aide 3.4: PhiIomatl143 Page 43 Senior
Play 43 Junior Achievement 3.4.
STEPHEN BERTRAND: Pep Squad 12.3.43
Football 2: Lacrosse 12.3.4
DONNA LEE BLUE: Pep Squad 1,233.43 Music
Festival 12.31 Office Aide 12: Candy Sale
12.31 Steering Committee 1.2.3.
CLAUDIA BOMENGEN: Typing Pool 4: Candy
Sale 23 Guidance Aide 3.
CHERYL A. BONVINI: Pep Squad 12.3.43
Music Festival 12.3.43 Candy Sale 12.32
Steering Committee 12.3.4.
ANGELA JEANNE BOUCINI: Cheerleader
2.3.43 Steering Committee 4.
JENNIFER ANN BOWEN: Track 43 Gymnas-
tics 1.43 Swim Team 43 Music Festival 13
Candy Sale 23 Steering Committee 43 Var-
sity Letter Swimming Honor.
HELEN BRADLEY: Candy Sale 12.33 Steer-
ing Com. 1.3.
JOHN BRATICA: Football 12.33 Captain 43
Lacrosse 3.43 Pep Squad 4.
KRISTINE ELLEN BRENC: Philomath 3.4:
Lang. Lab. Aide 13 Typing Pool 4.
KATHLEEN MARY BRENNAN: Ski Club 1:
French Club 12: Latin Club 33 Tennis 233:
Philomath 43 Lib, Aide 12.33 Steering Com.
RICHARD BRESLOW: Ping Pong Club 3,41
Lacrosse 233,43 Student Crier 2,3.43 Christ-
mas Prg. 3,43 N.H.S. 2,3343 Home Room
Rep. 1: Computer Aide 43 Harvard Book
MIKE BRITT: Ski Club 3.41 Golf 3.4.
BRIAN P. BROSNAHAN: German Club 3.4:
Volleyball 1.2.33 Track 12,3343 Music Festi-
val 13 Lang. Lab. Aide 13 Christmas Prg. 3,43
N.H.S. 233,43 Treas. German Club 4.
RICHARD J. BROWN JR.: Ping Pong Club 3:
Spanish Club 4: Baseball 11 Golf 2,33 Cap-
tain 4: Basketball 1.2.33 Cross Country 13
Senior Play 43 Christmas Prg. 12,3341
N.H.S. 2.3. Vice President 43 H.R. Rep.
1,233.43 Law Day 2,32 Student Gov't Day 3.
KAREN BULLARD: Ski Club 23 Pep Squad
12.3.41 Jr. Prom Committee 33 Hockey Sta-
tistician 3,43 Softball 13 Lacrosse 43 Field
Hockey 12,33 Basketball 43 Philomath 3,43
Senior Play 43 Candy Sale 1233.43 Christ-
mas Prg. 1233: Steering Com. 12.3.43 Edi-
tor Senior Pictures - Philomath: Chair-
man Pictures - Jr. Prom3 Head Statisticlar
RICHARD M. BURNHAM: Spanish Club 43
Key Club 43 History Club 43 Philomath 4:
Page 43 Lang. Lab. Aide 1: Candy Sale 13
Christmas Prg. 12,3343 S.G.C. 1233.43
Steering Com. 1.2.33 South High Rep. to
National Conference ot'Christlans and
DEBORAH BUTLER Spanish Club 43 Philo-
math 43 Candy Sale 33 Steering Com. 3.
ED CAHILL' Ski Club 1.31 Ping Pong Club
233,43 Tennis 13 Golt 2.3.4.
PAULA A. CARDIFF
KEVIN J. CARROLL Spanish Club 33 History
Club 43 Football 23 Hockey 1.2.3. Lacrosse
2.3.43Cross Country 1.
MIKE CASTAGNA: Wrestling 2.
RALPH PETER CAVALIERIz Jazz Band
12,3343 Brass Ensemble 3,43 Band 12.3.43
Orchestra 12,3343 Music Festival 12.3.41
Christmas Prg. 2.33 N.H.S. 2.3.43 Variety
DOUGLAS W. CHANEY: Work Study 4.
MARY ELIZABETH CHAVES: German Club 1.2:
Chess Club 13 Spring Arts Festival 2.3.43
Brass Quintet 3.43 Band 3.43 Orchestra 12.
3,43 A Capella 43 Glee Club 3,43 Music Festi-
val 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Senior Play
43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Musicals
233.43 Who's Who in American High
SUSAN CHESLOUSKY1 Pep Squad 126.96.36.199C
Baseball Score Keeper 2,33 Philomath 3.43
Bookstore 1.2.3: Christmas Program 3:
Steering Committee 1.23.43 Editor Busi-
ness 8- Advertising: Prom Committee, 3.
MARIANNE CHIAPPINI: Softball 1,2.3,43
Field Hockey 1,2.3,43 Basketball 1,2.3,43
Candy Sale 23 Bookstore 13 Steering Com-
mittee 1.23 Homeroom Representitive
ANN ELIZABETH CHIUDIONI: Pep Squad
188.8.131.52: Intramural Basketball 2: Intra-
mural Volleyball 2.3.43 Softball 13 Field
Hockey 1.2,3.4: Philomath 43 Senior Play 43
PATRICE ALICE CHIUDIONI: Softball 1,2.3,43
Field Hockey 1,2.3,43 Basketball 1,2.3,43
Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Steering
Committee 1,2.3,43 Home Room Repre-
PAUL J. CHIUMENTO
PETER J. CHRISTI: Football 1.23 Gymnastics
JAYNE COBURN: Ski Club 3,43 Variety Show
2.33 Ecology Club 2,31 Steering Committee
GAIL A. COHEN: French Club: 3,43 Make up
and!or set design for school plays 2.3.43
Student Crier 43 Page 3,41 Senior Play 4,
Candy Sale 2,33 Christmas Prg. 3, H.R. Rep.
43 Spring Arts Festival 3,43 French Club
Treasurer 43 Student Crier - Exchange
MICHAEL S. COHEN: German Club 1,2.3,43
Science Quiz Team 2.3: TV Program 2.3.43
Philomath 184.108.40.206 Student Crier 1,2.3,43
Page 3.43 Bookstore 1.21 Christmas Project
2.3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Spring
Arts Festival 3,43 Pres. of German Club,
Coordinator of Philomath 43 Photo Ed. -
Student Crier and Page3 Computer Opera-
tor 3.43 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 3.43 Golf 23 Language Lab
Aid 13 Chemistry Lab Aid 23 Tutoring Pro-
DIANE COLEMAN: Candy Sale1,2.3.
MIGUEL COLMEMARES: Baseball 1.2.33
Softball 2,31 Gymanstics 1.2.33 Swim Team
RICKY CONTI: Football 1,23 Baseball 23 La-
crosse 13 Basketball 1.2.
DAVID CONTRADA: Chess Club 2.3.4. V.P. 23
.teal ani? I 1
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Nate Lewis and Tricia O'Brien
CHRISTINE CONVERY: Drama Club 1,2.3,43
Spring Arts Festival 3. Musicals 2,3,43 Band
2,3,43 Orchestra 3.4: Music Festival 2.3.43
Senior Play 43 Bookstore 1.23 Christmas
Program 3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.43
Steering Committee 2.3.43 Chairperson
Christmas Project 4.
T. VINCENT CORSINI: Ski Club 1.2.43 Ger-
man 1,2,33 Volleyball 1,23 Golf 2.3.43 Bas-
ketball Manager 1.2.33 Swim Team 4.
DAVID COURAGE: Cross Country Ski 1: Ten-
nis 13 Soccer 33 Lacrosse 13 Homeroom Re-
JOHN P. CROCI: Ping Pong Club 1,2.3,43
Pep Squad 1,2.3,43 Baseball 1.2.2 Soccer
1,2.3,43 Basketball 1,2.3,43 Steering Com-
mittee 220.127.116.11 Homeroom Representative
1,23 Soccer Captain 4.
EUGENE CROWLEY: Pep Squad 1,2.3,43
Hockey 1,2.3,43 Soccer 1,2.3,43 Steering
Committee 1,2.3,43 Homeroom Represen-
FRANCIS CUERONI: Pep Squad 1,2.3,43
Hockey 13 Candy Sale 1,23 Steering Com-
JEFFREY DALLAPE: French Club 2.43 Ger-
man Club 1.2.3 Vice President 43 A Capella
23 Glee Club 1.23 Senior Play 43 National
Honor Society 3.4.
NES DAVIES: Pep Squad 1,2.3,43 Football 1:
Hockey 13 Baseball 1,2.3,43 Lacrosse
KEN DAVIS: Drama Club 1,2.3,4Q Track 1,23
Cross Country 1,21 Homeroom Representa-
MARIE A. DECOLLIBUS: Pep Squad 1,2.3,43
Volleyball Intermurals 1,23 Candy Sale
1.2.33 Steering Committee 1.2.
PAULETTE DEMUTH French Club 11 Spanish
Club 2.33 Pep Squad 3.
LISA DENHAM: Majorettes 2.33 Co-Captain
43 Pep Squad 13 Volleyball Intramurals 2,33
Band 2.3.43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Pro-
iect 18.104.22.168 Steering Committee 2.
MICHELLE DESIMONE: Pep Squad 1,2.3,43
Volleyball Intramurals 2.33 Field Hockey
1,2.3,43 Candy Sale 2,32 Christmas Proiect
1.2: Steering Committee 22.214.171.124: Home-
room Representative 1.
PATRICIA A. DEVEAU: Tennis 126.96.36.199: Gym-
TERRI DIATALEVIZ Softball 2.
FAITH A. DIEHL: Band 3.4: Orchestra 3.4: A
Capella 2: Glee Club 2: Music Festival 2.3.41
Christmas Project 4.
THOMAS DINAN: Chess Club 2.3.4: Che-
mistry Lab Aide 4.
KATHY DIVINSZ Language Lab Aide 2.
KEVIN DOOLEY: Football 1: Track 1.3.43
Swim Team Captain 4: Steering Committee
FRANCES E. DOWNER: Mixed Chorus 2.3.41
Jazz Band 2.3: Band 188.8.131.52: Orchestra
2.3.4: A Capella 2.3.4: Glee Club 2.3.4: Mu-
sic Festival 2.3.4: Senior Play 4: Bookstore
1: Northeast District Band 4.
WILLIAM R. DRAKE: Pep Squad 184.108.40.206:
Football 1: Hockey 1.2.3. Captain 4: Soccer
2.3. Captain 4: Lacrosse 12.3, Captain 4:
Steering Committee 220.127.116.11
ROBERT DROLETTE: Baseball 1.4: Basket-
KEN DUANE: Pep Squad 18.104.22.168: Football
1.2: Hockey 22.214.171.124: Lacrosse 1.2: Swim
ILLI DUARTE: Homeroom Representative4.
MINDY DUBIN1 Field Hockey 1.2. Manager 3.
ROBERT DUBOWIK: Baseball 1: Candy Sale
DIANE DUFFY: Pep Squad 126.96.36.199: Volleyball
Intramurals 2: Field Hockey 2: Candy Sale
2.3: Bookstore 2: Christmas Project
188.8.131.52: Steering Committee 1.2.3.
JOHN DURKIN: Ski Club 2.3.4: Spanish Club
184.108.40.206: Ping Pong-Club 3.4: Pep Squad
220.127.116.11: Football 1.2: Track 1: Tennis 1.2:
Soccer 1.2: Lacrosse 1.2.
ANN ELIZABETH DUTTON: Drama Club
18.104.22.168: Spanish Club 3.4: Madrigal 2.3.42
Mixed Chorus 22.214.171.124: Band 4: Orchestra 4:
A Capella 126.96.36.199: Glee Club 188.8.131.52: Music
Festival 184.108.40.206: Senior Play 4: Bookstore 2.
District Choir 2.
Most School Spirited
John Croci and Debi Raphael
GARY L. ELY: Wrestling 3: Student Crier 3.
STUART ESTY: Drama Club 4: Pep Squad
2.3.4: Football 1.3: Lacrosse 220.127.116.11: Stu-
dent Crier 18.104.22.168.
DEBORAH EVERS: French Club 2.3: Student
Crier 4: N.H.S. 3.4: H.R. Representative 3.
LAURA FALKOWSKI: Fine Arts Club 2:
Drama Club 1.2: French Club 1.2: Philo-
math 4: Senior Play 2: Steering Committee
ROBERT FAULKNER: Hockey 1.
PETER FEDOLFI: Jr. Achievement 1.
RHONDA FEIGELMAN: Drama Club 1: Stu-
dent Crier 3: Page 3: Candy Sale 2.3: H. R.
JOHN FISH: Hockey 2.3.4.
JOY FISH: GIeeClub1:Candy Sale 2.
KIMBERLY FOX: Pep Squad 22.214.171.124: Steer-
DAVID FRASER: Wrestling 126.96.36.199: Football
3: Soccer 1.2: Student Crier 4: Senior Play
4: Christmas Program 3.4: N.H.S. 2.3.4:.
Captain of Wrestling 3.4: Co-editor-in-chief
CARRIE FRIEDMANL Drama Club 188.8.131.52:
Speech Club ttreas.l 4: Madrigal 2.3.41
Band 1: A Capella 184.108.40.206: Glee Club 4: Mu-
sic Festival 220.127.116.11: Senior Play 4.
MARIE FUER: Ski Club 1: Pep Squad 1.21
Intramurals 1.2: Candy Sale 1.2.33 Christ-
mas Program 1.2.33 Jr. Achievement 1.2.3.
ANDREW FUHRMAN: Football 18.104.22.168: Track
22.214.171.124: Gymnastics 126.96.36.199: Student Crier
4: Senior Play 4: Christmas Program 3.4:
Steering Committee 2.3.43 Student Council
2.3.43 School Committee Representative 4.
SANDRA FULTON: Pep Squad 188.8.131.52: Intra-
murals 184.108.40.206: Variety Show 1: Field
Cindee Stratton and Mike Terasconi
Hockey 33 Glee Club 13 Candy Sale 1.2.
Christmas Program 12 Steering Committee
12.3.43 Homeroom Representative 1.2.
CATHLEEN GABLE: Spanish Club 43 Key
Club 4: History Club 4. Science Fiction Club
4: Page 4: Candy Sale 2.3.
BRUCE GABOR: Baseball 2.3: Golf 43 Glee
BERNADETTE GAGNE: Pep Squad 220.127.116.11
Christmas Program 18.104.22.168
BARBARA GALANTE: Drama Club 1. Pep
COREEN GALLAGHER: Pep Squad 3.4:
Candy Sale 2.33Christmas Program 2.
BARRY GALLANT: Chess Club 1.2: Football
1.2: Christmas Program 22.214.171.124
PETER GALVANI: Hockey 23 Baseball 2.3.43
ll R Representative 3.
ANDREW GANAS. Pep Squad 3.43 Baseball
126.96.36.199 Basketball 1.
LINDA CANNON: Candy Sale 2. Bookstore
BRIAN GARDNER: Spanish Club 43 Key Club
43 Track 188.8.131.52 Student Crier 4: Christmas
ROBERT A. GEMMA: Ski Club 1.3.43 Pep
Squad 3.43 Handball 3.43 Volleyball 12.3.43
Football 13 Soccer 2.3.43 Golf 184.108.40.206 Stu-
dent Crier 3.43 Senior Play 43 Christmas
MARY A, GIAMMARCO: Drama Club 13 Swim
Team 43 A Capella 12.3.43 Glee Club
MARK E. GOLD
HARRY GOLDMAN: German Club 2.3.43 Scl-
ence Fiction Club 43 Computer Moniter 43
Chemistry Lab Aide 2.3.43 Language Lab
Aide 13 Fencing Club.
CARRIE GOLIGER: Drama Club 1.2.31
Spring Arts Festival 2.3: Gymanstics 1.2.3.
43 Orchestra 2.3.4: A Capella 4: Glee Club 4:
Music Festival 2.3.4: Senior Play 2.3.43
Bookstore 1.2: Christmas Projects 3.43 Na-
tional Honor Society 2.3.4.
STEPHEN P. GORDON: Ski Club 3.43 Span-
ish Club 3.4: Ping Pong Club 3.4: Track 3.4:'
Tennis 2.4: Golf 33 Basketball 13 Cross
Country 3.43 Student Crier 2.3.43 Senior
Play 43 Christmas Project 4.
CHRISTOPHER A. GORMAN: Football 1.2.3.
MARK GRADY: Basketball 1.2.
CLARK F. GRAIN: Drama Club 43 Glee Club
1.2.33 Music Festival 1.2.33 Audio Visual
Aide 2.3.4: Bookstore 2.
LYNN GREENBERG: Spanish Club 220.127.116.11
Spring Arts Festival 3.43 Band 1.23 Music
Festival 1.2: Student Crier 4: Candy Sale 3:
Christmas Project 12.3.43 National Honor
Society 2.3.43 Social Chairman of Spanish
THOMAS ROBERT GRINDELAND: Ski Club
4: Spanish Club 4: Pep Squad 3.4: Baseball
1,21 Soccer 2.3.42 Golf 4: Senior Play 43
Language Lab.Aide 4.
KURT F. HAKANSSON: Drama Club 3.43
Spanish Club 43 Jazz Band 2.3.43 Mixed
Chorus 12.3.41 Band 2.3.43 Orchestra 2.3.
43 A Capella 43 Glee Club 43 Senior Play 43
Christmas Project 4: Steering Committee
LISA HAMLIN Spanish Club 43 History Club
41A Capella 33 Page Art Editor 4.
ROSEMARY HARANAS: Fine Arts Club 41
Pep Squad 1.2.33 Candy Sale 33 Bookstore
1.23 Christmas Project1.2.
RICHARD D. HARDING: Ski Club 13 Tennis
43 Swim Team 4: Glee Club 3: Music Festi-
JAMES FREDERICK HARRINGTON: Ski Club
23 Ping Pong Club 33 Football 18.104.22.168: Base-
ball 1.2.3,43 Basketball 1: Christmas Pro-
ject 3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.43
Steering Committee 4: Homeroom Repre-
sentative 1.23 Boston Globe Defensive Play-
er ofthe Week -Football.
PRISCILLA L, HARRIS: Latin Club 2.3: Intra-
murals 12.3.43 Gymnastics co-captain 43
N,V.P. 2. Gymnastics 1.3: Band 1.2.33 Mu-
sic Festival 12: Philomath 4: Student Crier
4: Senior Play 4: Language Lab. Aide 1:
Candy Sale 2.31 Bookstore 2: Christmas
Project 4: National Honor Society 4: Steer-
ing Committee 12.3.43 Homeroom Repre-
sentative 3.4: Corresponding Secretary
National Honor Society 4.
DAVID P. HEFFERNAN: Ping Pong Club 3:
Football 1.2.31 Baseball 22.214.171.124 Basketball
JOHN HEFFERNAN: Christmas Project 1.2.
PAUL HENDRY: Ski Club 1.2: Pep Squad 3.
4: Baseball 1.2: Football 3.43 Golf 4.
RUFUS HARRIS: Football 1: Basketball 1.2.
JEAN C. HILL: Candy Sale 1.2.33 Christmas
Project 1: Steering Committee 4.
WILLIAM HILLMAN: Football 1.3.4: Track I
3.4: Basketball 1.2.3.
JENNIFER HIXON: Pep Squad l.2.3.4: Field
Hockey 126.96.36.199: Tennis 1.2: Softball 3.4:
Basketball 1.2.31 Band 1.2,3.4: A Capella 1.
2.3.43 Music Festival 188.8.131.52 Page 2.33 Stu-
dent Goverment Coalition 4: Freshman
AUDREY HOBBS: Latin Club 1: Gymnastics
184.108.40.206: Christmas Project 220.127.116.11: Co-Cap-
tain Gymnastics 4.
MICHAEL F. HOHN: Jazz Band l.2.3.43
Annual School Musical 18.104.22.168: Brass Quin-
tet 3.42 Band l.2.3.43 Orchestra 2.3.43 Mu-
sic Festival 2.3.4: Letter ofCommemdation
BRUCE HOROWITZZ Tennis22.214.171.124.
PAUL HOYT: Pep Squad 4: Football 1.2,3.4:
Hockey 1.2.33 Baseball 126.96.36.199.
ROBERT HUFFAM: 1.2.3: Hockey 2.3.41
Baseball l.2.3.43 Steering Committee 1.2.
DAVE HUSS: Key Club 1: Ping Pong Club 3:
Football 1.2.3: Baseball l.2.3.43 Tennis 1.2:
Basketball 1.2: Gymanstics 1.
HOPE JACOBS: Library Aid 1: Candy Sale 1.
2: Steering Committee 1.
ARTHUR JAMES: Football 1.3: Basketball 4.
ANA JANCKSON: French Club 2.3: Spanish
Club 2.3: Volleyball 188.8.131.52 Basketball 3:
Christmas Project 2.3.4: N.H.S 2.3.4. Home
Room Representative 3.
DANNY E. JENKINS: Baseball 43 Soccer 3.4.
GERALD JONES: Basketball 3.4.
CYNTHIA JORDAN: Candy Sale 23 Christ-
mas Project 3.4.
BRIEN JOSEPH JOYCE: Pep Squad 184.108.40.206:
Baseball 1.2,3.4: Soccer 43 Basketball: 1.2:
Candy Sale 2.3: Steering Committee 1.2.3.
STEVEN KAHN: Ping Pong Club 43 Lan-
guage Laboratory Aid 2.3: A Capella 4: Glee
MICHAEL D. KAISER: German Club 220.127.116.11.
DONNA KARAS: Cheerleader 2.3.41 Cross
Country 23 Page 23 Candy Sale 2: Christ-
rnas Project 2.3: Home Room Representa-
SANDRA MARIE KAYE: Ski Club 1.4: French
Club 23 Latin Club 13 Pep Squad 18.104.22.168
Tennis l.2.3.4: Student Crier 43 Bookstore
1.2: Steering Committee 1.2.3,4.
MAUREEN P. KEEFE: Cheerleader 2.3.43
Pep Squad 22.214.171.124: Home Room Represent-
WILLIAM MATTHEW KEILEY Ill: Drama Club
3.4: Hockey 1.2,3,4: Cross Country 1.2.33
Senior Play 43 Steering Committee 126.96.36.199.:
i id-,7 7.-!'f T
Philomath Co-Sports Editor 4: Jr. Class
President: School Committee Representa-
tive 43 Girls Football Coach 2.3.4.
KIM KEOHANE: Field Hockey 1.2: Gymnas-
tics 1.2: A Capella 1.2.33 Glee Club 1.2.33
Senior Play:Candy Sale 2.3.
ELIZABETH R. KEY: Pep Squad 3.4: Student
PAUL S. KINDSTEDT: German Club 3.4:
Football 1: Tennis 3.4: Gymnastics 188.8.131.52:
Student Crier 3.4: Christmas Project 3.4.
WAYNE KIRKPATRICKZ Hockey 1.
JOSEF KNOFF: Spring Arts Show 3.
KATHY ROBIN KOFFLER: Drama Club 1.23
Philomath 4: Senior Play 4: Library Aid 1:
Candy Sale 3: Steering Committee 2.3.4.
MARK C. LACHANCE1 Key Club: 4. Football
,J---1 -' "
.zz-S i E
Ellen Bauer and Gary Zakon
MicHELLE A. LANIARQUE: Field Hockey 1:
DAVID G. LAMPHERE: Technical Drawing
DEBBIE LARNIS: "Anything GoeS"1 "Real
ERNIE LATHAM BROWN: German Club 1.2.
3: Track 184.108.40.206 Candy sale 3: Cross coun-
try 31 A Capella 43 Musical 43 Captain in-
door. Cocaptain outdoor Track 4.
JAMES LEACH: Candy Sale 2.3.
KAREN BETH LEBEWHOL: Mixed Chorus 1.
2. Philomath 4.
BARBARA LEEDS: Ski Club 1: Drama Club
1.2. Color Guard 3.4: Pom Pom Girls 2: Pep
Squad 220.127.116.11: Girls Football - 18.104.22.168
Candy 22.214.171.124: Steering Comm. 126.96.36.199.
DEBRA K. LEELAND: Office Aide 1: Science
Fiction Club 3.
LINDA LEE LEMAY3 Drama Club 1.2.:
French Club 1.2.3 Latin Club 188.8.131.52 Pom
Pom Girls 2.3.43 Pep Squad 1.3 Philomath
3.4.3 Student Crier 184.108.40.206 Page 4.1 Senior
Play 4.3 Candy Sale 2.3.3 Bookstore 2.3.1
Steering Committee 220.127.116.11.
KAREN LEVENSON: Drama Club 1.2.3 Span-
ish Club 2.3.43 Page Editor 4.
SETH G. LEVENSON: Chess Club 2.: Chorus
1.3 Lacrosse 1I3 Philomath 3.3 Lib. Aide 1.
JACQUELINE R. LEVERONE: Pep Squad 1.2.
3.4.3 Candy Sale 18.104.22.168 Typing Pool 3.
SHIMON LEVY: Lang. Lab. Aide 1.2.
SUE LEVY: Candy Sale 22.214.171.124 Philomath 4.1
Senior Play 4.3 Pom Pom Girls 2.1 Pep
NATHAN LEWIS Pep Squad 1.2,3.43 Foot-
ball 126.96.36.199.: Track 3.4.1 Baseball 1.2: Bas-
AIMEE LIBBY: Pep Squad 1.2: Gymnastics
1.23 Candy Sale 2.3.
DAVID LIBBY: Football 1.21 Hockey 1.2:
JUDITH LIBERATORE: Cheerleader 1.2.3.
Captain 4: Student Crier 4: Steering Com-
VICTOR J. LIBERATORE: Football 1: Track
188.8.131.52: Cross Country 1.2.3. Co-Captain 4.
EDWARD LILL: Pep Squad 184.108.40.206 Hockey
1.2.3. Captain 4: Track 13 Lacrosse 3.4.
Carrie Goliger and Rick Breslow
S. BRADFORD LINGHAM: Latin Club 231
Gymnastics Announcer 33 A Capella 1.23
Glee Club 1,21 Music Festival 1.23 Student
Crier 3. Co-editor 41 Senior Play 4: Christ-
mas Project 2.3.41 National Honor Society
SANDRA JEAN LOCKE: Ski Club 23 Pom
Porn Girls 3: Magazine Sale 21 Tennis 21
Lacrosse 2: Senior Play 4: Candy Sale 2.3:
Steering Committee 4.
MARCIA JEAN LORING: Pep Squad 1.21
Christmas Project 1.2.
SHEILA J. LOUGHLIN: Ski Club 4: Spanish
Club 3.43 Intramurals 3.41 Foreign Lan-
guage Tutor 43 Spring Arts Festival 3.41
Senior Play 43 Candy Sale 2.33 Christmas
Project 2.3.43 Steering Committee 3.4:
Treasurer for Spanish Club 4.
ANN E. LOYD: Color Guard 3.4: Pep Squad
1.2: Intramural 2.3: Fashion Show 11
Spring Arts Festival 3.43 Prom Committee
3.4: Field Hockey 3.4: A Capella 4: Glee
Club 3.43 Music Festival 220.127.116.11 Philomath
4: Senior Play 41 Ticket Sale 3: Bookstore 1.
2: Christmas Project 41 N.H.S. 3.4: Steering
Committee 18.104.22.168: Mixed Chorus 22.214.171.124
Variety Show 4.
JODIE M. LUKER: German Club 3.41 Color
Guard 3.43 Pep Squad 13 Prom Theme
Committee 31 Law Day International Club
4: Philomath 4: Senior Play 43 Candy Sale
1.23 Christmas Project 3.43 Steering Com-
mittee 3.43 Student Council 21 Homeroom
Representative 3.43 Variety Show 3.4: Co-
editor of Senior Section - Philomath 4:
Secretary of German Club 4.
JEFF LYNCH: Ping Pong Club 41 Candy Sale
KAREN A. LYNCH: Ski Club 1: Drama Club
1: French Club 13 Latin Club 1: Volleyball 2.
3.43 Paddleball 3.43 Track 11 Softball 11
Lacrosse 43 Basketball 13 Gymnastics 11
Cross Country 13 A Capella 126.96.36.199 Music
Festival 12.3.43 Philomath 4: Lang. Lab.
Aide 23 Christmas Project 2.3.43 Steering
Committee 43 Mixed Chorus 188.8.131.52.
BOB LYNCH: Lacrosse 184.108.40.206: Christmas
DORTOHY B. LYON: Spanish Club 3.41
Christmas Project 1.2.3.
GLORIA M. MACLAREN: French Club 2.
LAURIE MACRELLI: Pep Squad 220.127.116.11: Vol-
leyball Intramurals 2.33 Christmas ProleCt
33 Steering Committee 3.
MELANIE MANIKAS: Drama Club 3: Glee
Club 2.3: Music Festival 2.3.
JOSEPH MANNARINO: German Club 4: Ju-
nior Achievement 2.
TERESA MARIANI: Ski Club 1: Pep Squad 1.
2.3.43 A Capella 1.2: Glee Club 1.2: Music
THOMAS MARSDEN: Ski Club 3.4: Senior
DOROTHY MARTIN: Fine Arts Club: 1.2.32
Ski Club 4: Pep Squad 1: Basketball 2.3:
CAndy Sale 1.2: Senior Play 4.
NANCY MARTINELLI: Maiorettes 2.3.41
JOE MCANULTY: Football 2.3.43 Lacrosse
JOYCE ANNE MCCARTHY: Spanish Club 1.
2: Cneerleader 1: Pep Squad 1.2.31 Candy
Sale 2: Steering Committee 1.2: Home
Room Representative 1.2.3.
JOANNE DOROTHY MCGUIRE: Pep Squad
1,2.3: Tennis 2: Field Hockey 1.2.3: Philom-
ath 4: Library Aide 1.2.43 Candy Sale 2.3:
Christmas Project 1,2.3.4: National Honor
Society 2.3.41 Student Government Coali-
tion 1.2. Treasurer 3: Steering Committee
1,2.3.4: Secretary of Class 43 Co-ordinator
of Student Government Day 3: Co-editor of
Activities and Clubs 4: Dance Committee 1.
2.3.43 Senior Play 4.
ROBERT HUGH MCLAUGHLIN: Football 1:
AIRES MENDES: Spanish Club 4: Ping Pong
Club 4: Gymnastics 4: American Field Serv-
ice 4: Student Council 4.
EDWARD R. MICHAUD
JUNE ELLEN MILLER: Majorettes 2.3.41
Fashion Show 1,3.4: Office Aide 1,2.3.4:
Gymnastics 1: Band 2.3: Homeroom Rep-
JENNIFER MILLMAN: American Field Serv-
w ig f
Most Likely to Succeed
Mike Roberts and Joanne McGuire
2' 1. : ,
I I f
1:5 . 'lx
MARIA RITA MIST RETTA
DAN MOLLOY: Ski Club 1,2.3.4: Spanish
Club 2.3. President 43 Ping Pong Club 1.2.
3.4: Drama Club 2.3: Senior Play Assistant
Manager 4: Christmas Project 2.3: Massa-
chusetts High School Drama Competition
Festival Stage Manager: Steering Commit-
KENNEY MOSCATELLI. Key Club 1,2.3.4:
Pep Squad 1,2.3.4: Volleyball 1,2.3.4:
Hockey 1: Baseball 1,2.3.4: Candy Sale 1.2.
3.4: Steering Committee 1.2,3.4.
KATHLEEN M. MURPHY: Musical 2: Candy
Sale 1.2.33 Bookstore 1.2.33 Steering
SCOTT MURRAY: Ping Pong Club 3.4: Pep
Squad 3: Spring Musical: Football 4: Track
1,2.3.4: Cross Country 3: Play 4: Christmas
Project 2,3: Steering Committee 3.
ALICE JEAN NAPPY: Drama Club 1: Pep
Squad 1,2.3.4: Intramurals 1,2.3.4: March
for Mankind 1: Field Hockey 3: Candy Sale
2.3: Steering Committee 18.104.22.168.
TERRI NARDINI: Pom Pom Girls 3: Pep
Squad 1.2.41 Tennis 3: Gymnastics 1: Se-
nior Play 3: Candy Sale 3: Steering Com-
SHEBAB NAZARIE: Soccer 1.2: Basketball
1: Philomath 1: National Honor Society 2.
LESLEY ELLEN NEARMAN: Student Crier 1.
2: Library Aide 1: Christmas Program 3.4:
National Honor Society 2.3.41 Steering
Committee 2.3: Walk-a-thon 1.
JOHN NICHOLS: Golf 1.
PATRICIA MARGARET O'BRIEN: Pep Squad
1,2.3.4: Intramural Volleyball: Softball 1.2.
3.4: Field Hockey 1.2.3, co-capt 4: Basket-
ball 1,2.4: Language Lab. Aide 1: Candy
Sale 2.3: Steering Committee 1,2.3.4: Vice-
President ofClass 2.3.
JOHN S.O'DONNELL JR.
STEPHEN O'LEARY: Ping Pong Club 1.2.3.
4: Football 1.2: Track 3: Basketball 1.2.
JAMES OLESON: Ski Club 4: Cap and Gown
JULIE ANN OOSTERMAN: Mixed Chorus 4:
Band 1,2.3.4: Orchestra 1,2.3.4: A Capella
4: Glee Club 4: Music Festival 1.23.43 Se-
nior Play 4: Candy Sale 2.3: Bookstore 1.2.
3: Steering Committee 2.3: Musical 2.3.4.
MARK ORLANDO: Football 1.2.
Dave Summer and Mary Chaves
JOHN O'ROLJRKE: Magazine Sale 3: Wres-
tling 3.4: Football 1.23.43 Basketball 1:
Homeroom Representative 3.4.
KATHY O'ROURKE: German Club 23 Pep
Squad 22.214.171.124 Girls Flag Football 1.3.42
Boys Football Manager 4: Softball 1.42
Homeroom Representative 'Alternate 3.4:
STEPHEN R. O'ROURKE: Track 2: Basket-
EUGENE P.OTENTIJR.1 Basketball 1.
JOSEPH S. PALLAY
LAURA PALUMBOZ Ski Club 2: Color Guard
3 4' Philomath 4: Senior Play 4: Candy Sale
3: Steering Committee 126.96.36.199
DONNA MARIE PAPPAS: Pom Pom Girls 1.
2: Pep Squad 1.2.3: Candy Sale 1: Steering
PETER PAPPAS: Computer room Aide 3.4:
Lac rosse 2.3.43 National Honor Society 3.
DEBRA A. PATTERSON: Candy Sale 2:
Homeroom Representative 1.
CHARLOTTE F. PATTISON1 Tennis 1.2.3.
Co-Captain 4: Philomath 4: Senior Play 4:
Steering Committee 4,
DEBRA ANN PELLEGRINI: Pom Pom Girls 3,
4: Pep Squad 1.2: Candy Sale 2: Bookstore
1: Steering Committee 1,3.4: Fashion Show
SHARON L. PELLEY: Variety Show 1: Candy
Sale 3: Steering Committee 3.
IRIS A. PERLA: Drama Club 1.2.3. Secretary
4: A Capella 3: Glee Club 1.3: Senior Play 4.
KIMBERLY J. PERRY: Fashion Show 1.2.33
Prom Committee 3: Glee Club 13 Candy
Sale 3:SteeringCommittee 3.4.
EDWARD J. POMFRED: Science Fiction
Club 4:Chess Club 1.
KAREN PONTREMOLI: Language Lab Aide
MAUREEN POWER: Spanish Club 188.8.131.52:
Pep Squad 2.3.4g Intramurals 1.2: Field
Hockey 3: Steering Committee 4: Christ-
mas Project 2.3.
ROSEANN PATRICIA PRICE: Pep Squad 1:
Music Festival 1.2: Candy Sale 2.3.
THOMAS PAUL PRUYN: German Club 1.2.
3.4: Hockey 2: Soccer 4: Lacrosse 4.
ELLEN M. RADIS: Drama Club 184.108.40.206:Crea-
tive Arts Festival 3: Glee Club 2: Music Fes-
tival 2: Student Crier 4: Christmas Project
4: Steering Committee 2: Homeroom Rep-
resentative 3: Office Aid 2.
MARTHA RANNEYQ Pep squad 3: Office
Aide 2:StudentCrier 2.3.
DEBORAH FAITH RAPHAEL: Drama Club 1.
2: GirI's Intramurals 1.2: Variety Show 3.4:
Music Festival 1: Philomath 3. co-editor
Senior Section 4: Student Crier 4: Candy
Sale 1.2: Bookstore 1: Student Gov. Coali-
tion 1.2. Secretary 3. President 4: Steering
Committee 1.2.3,4: Homeroom Represent-
ative 1: Regional Representative to Mass.
Advisory Council 4.
JOANNE M. RAWLING: Drama tPropsJ 1.2,3:
Guidance Aide 3.4: Language Lab Aide 1:
Candy Sale 1.
CHRISTOPHER C. REID: Pep Squad 2.3.4:
Handball 4: Volleyball 220.127.116.11: Soccer
18.104.22.168: Golf 1: Basketball 1.3.43 Band 4:
Senior Play 4: Candy Sale 2.3: Steering
Committee 1.2,3.4: Variety Show 3.4: Class
Treasurer 4: BSL Soccer All Stars Hon. Mnt.
4: Volleyball Div. ll Champs 2. Div. ll
Champs 3. Handball Double Champs 4. Sin-
gles Runner-up 4.
GIOVANNA RENZONI: Christmas Project 4:
National Honor Society 3.
KARYN RHOADES: Pep Squad 22.214.171.124: Gym-
nastics 1.3.43 Band 1.
PETER RIGAS RIGOPOULOS: Pep Squad
126.96.36.199: HandbalIDiv. ll 1.3.4: Volleyball Div
Ill 3.4: Football 1: Track 1.2.3: Gymnastics
1.2: Cross Country 1.2: Student Crier 2.3:
Page 2.3: Senior Play 4: Audio Visual Aide
2.3: Bookstore 1.2: Christmas Project 2.
MARILYN RILEY: Color Guard 3.4: Pep
Squad 1.2: Spring Arts Festival 2.3: Intra-
mural Volleyball 1.2,3: Candy Sale 1,2.3.4:
Steering Committee 188.8.131.52: Homeroom
RAY RIVERA3 Work Study 4.
MICHAEL J. ROBERTS: Fine Arts Club 2.3.43
Ski Club 3,43 Law Day 2.33 Student Govern-
ment Day 33 Lacrosse 1.23 Philomath 3.
Editor-in-chief 43 Student Crier 1,2,3,43
Senior Play 43 National Honor Society
2.3.42 American Field Service 33 Science
Quiz Team 2.33 National Merit Semi-finalist
43 Who's Who in American High Schools 43
Stud. Rep. to Confidentiality of Stud. Re-
cords Committee 3.
CONNIE S. ROBINSON: History Club 33
Cheerleader 13 Baseball 13 Softball 1.2.33
Soccer 1.2.33 Basketball 1.2.33 Gymnastics
13 Orchestra 13 Glee Club 43 Candy Sale
1.2.33 Christmas Project 1.
MARK SCOTT ROBINSON: Football 1,23
Candy Sale 1.2.3.
BETTE ROVINELLI: Economic Club 23 Candy
Sale 23 Christmas Project 3.43
SUSAN ROWLAND: Drama Club 33 Gymnas-
tics 13GIee Club 4.
SHEILA RYAN: Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Softball
Manager 2.3.43 Field Hockey 1.2.3. Co-
captain 43 Basketball Manager 23 Philo-
math 43 Senior Play 43 Candy Sale 1.2.33
Bookstore Manager 2.33 National Honor So-
ciety 2.3.43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43
Homeroom Rep. 23 Treasurer 3.
DEBBIE SAIVETZ: Drama Club 1.2, Trea-
surer 3, President 43 Drama Festival 13
Speech Club 2.3.43 Jazz Band 3.43 Madrigal
3.43 Band 43 Orchestra 43 A Capella 1,2,3,43
Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43
National Honor Society 2.3.43 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 1.33 Senior
STEVE RUDOLPH: Pep Squad 184.108.40.206.
JOSEPH B. RUIVO: Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Sen-
ior Play 3.4.
KAREN RUSS: Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 3.43
A Capella 2.3.43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Music
NICHOLAS RUSSO: Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Foot-
ball 1.23 Baseball 13 Soccer 3,43 Gymnastics
1.2.3. Captain 43 Music Festival 2.31 Page 43
Senior Play 43 Candy Sale 2.33 Steering
Com. 1,2,3,43 Stud. Gov. Coalition 2.33 ln-
tramural Volleyball 1,2,3,43 tDiv. II Champs
23 Div. I Champs 333 Jewish War Veteran's
JOHN RYAN: Football 13 Baseball 1.
VIOLETA SANCHEZ: Spanish Club 2,33 Lan-
guage Lab Aide 33 National Honor Society
KATHLEEN SANNICANDRO: Ski Club 33
Drama Club 2.33 French Club 13 Pep Squad
1,2,3,43 Guidance Aide 23 Senior Play 3.43
Candy Sale 2: Steering Committee 220.127.116.11.
THEA ANN SAPINO
SUE SCANLON: Swim Team Captain 43 A Ca-
pella 1.2.33 Glee Club 1.2.33 Music Festival
1.2.33 Candy Sale 13 Steering Committee
3.4QHOl'l'l9FOOl'T1 Representative l.2,3,4.
PAMELA J. SCOTT: Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Red
Cross 1.2.33 Volleyball Intramurals 1.2:
Candy Sale 1.2.3.
CAROL MARIE SEAVER: Gymnastics 1,2,3,43
Philomath 43 Bookstore 1.23 Christmas
Project 3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.43
Student Government Coalition Secretary 33
Vice-President 43 Steering Committee
ROBIN PAUL SEAVEY: Baseball 13 Golf 2.3.4.
MICHAEL SHAFFER: Ski Club 3.43 Ping Pong
Club 3.43 Football 1.2: Track 1.2.45 Tennis
3.43 Philomath 1.2.33 Student Crier 2.3.4.
BARRY L. SHARAF: Fine Arts Club 43 Ping
Pong Club 3.4: Chess Club. President
1,2,3,43 Tennis 2.3.41 Soccer 1.23 Basketball
1.2.33 Philomath, Activities Editor 43 Stu-
dent Crier. News Editor 3.43 Senior Play 43
Christmas Project 43 N.H.S. 3.43 Wno's Who
of American High School Students. Student
Government Day. Spring Arts Festival 3.4:
I-lam Radio Club 1.
KAREN JEAN SHAUGHNESSY: Nlajorettes 2:
Pep Squad 1.2.33 Intramurals 18.104.22.168.
Hockey Statistician 3,43 Christmas Project
1.2.33 S.G.C. 43 Steering Committee 22.214.171.124.
Variety Show 4.
SUSAN SHAW: Drama Club 1: Band 12.3.43
Orchestra 1,2,3,43 A Capella 2,33 Glee Club
2.33 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 2.3:
Bookstore 1,23 Christmas Project 43 Steer-
ing Committee 1.4.
SARA SHEAR: French Club 13 Music Festival
33 Page 2.33 Steering Committee 1.2.
DONNA B. SHRIBER: Color Guard 1,2,3,43
Pep Squad 1,2,3,4Q Gymnastics 1.23 Glee
Club 1.23 Philomath 3.43 Senior Play 4:
Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee
MARK SICKLES: Drama Club 43 Senior Play
Props 43 Language Lab Aide 23 Spring Fes-
KAREN SIGNORINO: Pep Squad 1.2: Field
Hockey 13 Glee Club 1.2. Music Festival 1:
Steering Committee 13 Treasurer 13 H. R.
CRAIG E. SILVER: Football 13 Track 2.3:
Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 3.4.
Rich Westelman and Carrie Friedman
KATHLEEN MARIE SKEHAN
KATHY SLECZKOWSKI: Pep Squad 1.21
GAIL SLEEPER: Majorettes 2.3.4: Pep Squad
13 Typing Pool 4: Candy Sale 2.
DONALD SMITH: Christmas Project 126.96.36.199.
NIXIE SMITH: Drama Club 2.3.
THOMAS CRAIG SNOW: Soccer 1: Student
Crier 3: Page 3.4.
BARRY V. SOKOLOV: Latin Club 1.2: Ger-
man Club 3: Chess Club 1.2.43 Tennis 3.4:
CYNTHIA A. SOMA: Ski Club 1.2: Pep Squad
188.8.131.52: Intramurals 184.108.40.206: Softball
12.3.43 Field Hockey 12.31 Basketball 2.3:
Candy Sale 2.3: Bookstore 23 Christmas
Project 1.2.33 Student Government Coali-
tion 2.3: Steering Committee 220.127.116.11: Stu-
dent Council 2.3.
PATRICIA A. SOMA: Key Club 4: Pep Squac THERESA SUSLOWICH
18.104.22.168: Softball 22.214.171.124: Field Hockey
126.96.36.199: Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Candy
DIANNE SOUHLARIS: Candy Sale 12.
BRIAN ST. ANDRE: Football 1.2.
NORMAN STANLEY: Chess Club 2
BLAKE STEARNS: A.V. Aide 1.
CINDEE L. STRATTON: Cheerleader 2.3.4.
Field Hockey 1.23 Senior Play 4: Candy Sale
188.8.131.52: Steering Committee 184.108.40.206: Stu-
dent Council 1.2.
TIM SULLIVAN: Latin Club 2.3: Football 3:
Student Crier 4: Candy 2.3.
DAVE SUMMER: Brass Quintet 3.4: Jazz
Band 2.3.4: Band 220.127.116.11: Orchestra
12.3.43 A Capella 18.104.22.168: Glee Club 22.214.171.124:
Music Festival 126.96.36.199: Senior Play 43 Var-
iety Show 188.8.131.52: Plays 184.108.40.206: Musical
KEITH D. SUMMERS
Bill Drake and Pat Chiudioni
JULIE ANN SYDOW: Drama Club 1.2: Pep
Squad 220.127.116.11: Baseball Statisician 2.3: Phi-
lomath 3.4: Senior Photo Editor 43 Musical
Usher 3: Senior Play 4: Prom Committee 3:
Bookstore 18.104.22.168: Christmas Projects 3,43
National Honor Society 3.4: Candy Sale
LOU ANN PATRICIA TAKACS: Pep Squad
22.214.171.124: Baseball Scorekeeper 2.33 Philo-
math 3.4: Candy Sale 12.33 Bookstore
2.3.43 Christmas Projects 3.4: National
Honor Society 3.4: Steering Committee
DAVID TAYLOR: Chess Club 1.
ROBERTA LEE TEKUT: Pep Squad 126.96.36.199:
Glee Club 1: Candy Sale 1.2.31 Steering
STEVEN TENENHOLTZ: Chess Club 1: A Ca-
pella 4: Glee Club 1.43 Music Festival 1.3.43
Audio Visual Aide 1: Language Lab Aide 1.
MICHAEL TERASCONIQ Class President 43
Pep Squad 188.8.131.52: Football 13 Baseball
184.108.40.206: Soccer 2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.3: Sen-
ior Play 4: Steering Committee 3.4.
MARK A. THAYER: Baseball 23 Basketball
220.127.116.11: Cross Country 1: Student Crier
Sports Editor 4: National Honor Society
2.3.4: Student Council 4.
TIM TIERNEY: Hockey 1.2: Track 18.104.22.168:
Cross Country 1.2.33 Candy Sale 1.23 Steer-
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ALICE M. TOGNACCI: Y.E.S. Program 2.3:
Christmas Project 1.2.3.
NANCY TOLAN: Pep Squad 1: Field Hockey
CINDY TROTTA: Pep Squad 1.2: Tennis
1.2.35 Gymnastics 1: Lacrosse 1: Typing
Pool 3: Christmas Project 12: Homeroom
JEAN ANNE URBAN
MARIE VOLPE: Tennis 2.3: Candy SaIe1.2.3.
BRUCE A. WALCKNER: Ski Club 22.214.171.124:
Tennis 3.4: Senior Play 4: Language Lab
Aide 1: Christmas Project 4.
KATHLEEN WARE: Drama Club 1: Madrigal
2.3.45 A Capella Glee Club 1,2,3.4: Music
Festival 1,2,3,4Q Senior Play 4.
CINDY WAREING: Latin Club 2. Color Guard
2,33 Pep Squad 1.23 Manager Field Hockey
2: Manager Gymnastics 2: Glee Club 1: Mu-
sic Festival 1: Philomath 43 Senior Play 43
Candy Sale 1,2,3.43 Bookstore 1,21 Christ-
mas Project 1.2,3,4.
JIM WESSELS: Basketball 1,2,3,42 Cross
RICHARD WESTELMAN: Drama Club 1,2,3,4:
German Club 3,43 Jazz Band 2,3,43 Madri-
gal 3,41 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4: Swim Team 43
Band 1,2.3,43 Orchestra 1.2,3,4: A. Capella
3,43 Glee Club 3,41 Music Festival 1,2,3,4:
Senior Play 43 National Honor Society 1,2,
PHILIP WETMORE: Chess Club 1,2.3,4.
KENNETH WHITE: Science Fiction Club 2,3.
JANET WHITNEY: Candy Sale 1: Christmas
PAUL WILSON: Lacrosse 13 Cross Country
2.3: Homeroom Representative 1,2.
GARY BERNARD ZAKON: Fine Arts Club 3,41
Ski Club 13 Drama Club 4: Court Yard Com-
mittee 43 Football 1,21 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43
Band 43 Student Crier 3.4: Senior Play 4.
HOLLY BLANCHE ZECKER: Mixed Chorus
1,2,3,43 Musical 2,3,43 Jazz Band 1,2.3,43
SoftbalI1,23 Field Hockey 2,3,4: Basketball
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1,2,3,4Q Philomath 43 Student Crier 43 Sen-
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School Committee Representative 43 Head
of Prom Committee Cmusicj 3.
ARTHUR ZONTINI: Pep Squad 43 Wrestling
3: Volleyball 23 Senior Play 43 Candy Sale 23
Steering Committee 4.
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AWARDS ASSEMBLY - JUNE 5,1975
HARVARD BOOK PRIZE Stuart Zakori
HOLY CROSS BOOK PRIZE Richard Glaser
D.A.R. AWARD Joanne McGuire
ARMY R.O.T.C. AWARD Mark ThaY9V
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP Ann Chiudioni
FRANCIS RIORDAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Ann Loyd
AMERICAN LEGION GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Richard Brown
DIGITAL EQUIP. COMPANY SCHOLARSHIP
FRAMINGHAM POLICE SCHOLARSHIP
FRAMINGHAM WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP
FRAMINGHAM WOMEN'S CLUB
OUTSTANDING GIRL ATHLETE
FRAMINGHAM SOUTH TEACHERS SCHOLARSHIP Frances Downer
SAMUEL JOHNSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST AWARD
SOUTH HIGH CLASS OF 1948 SCHOLARSHIP
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
FRAMINGHAM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
ROTARY CLUB SCHOLARSHIP
FRAMINGHAM ARTISTS' GUILD SCHOLARSHIP
DISTINGUISHED MUSICIAN TROPHY
MUSIC AWARD FOR SERVICE
JOHN HANCOCK AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING
PHILOMATH AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING
SERVICE AND ACHIEVEMENT
STUDENT CRIER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING
SERVICE AND ACHIEVEMENT
DRAMA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE
DRAMA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN THEATRE
R. Peter Cavalieri
R. Peter Cavalieri
SENIOR ACTING AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR Richard Westelman
SENIOR ACTING AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS
INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
HOME ECONOMICS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
FAMILY LIVING LEADER OF TOMORROW AWARD
STERLING SILVER AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
IN THE FIELD OF HOME ECONOMICS
MATHEMATICS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
PETER VENNE MEMORIAL AWARD
PHYSICAL EDUCATION AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
SCIENCE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
SOCIAL STUDIES AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
ROBERT PAVIA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING
SCHOLARSHIP AND ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENT
JANE DUANE MEMORIAL AWARD FOR
EXCELLENCE IN FIELD HOCKEY
WILFRED TIGER MITCHELL AWARD - BOYS HOCKEY Edward Lill
ALLEN MEMORIAL AWARD - BOYS TENNIS
B'NAI B'RITH AWARD TO OUTSTANDING SPORTSMAN Nathaniel Lewis
AWARD WINNERS: FIRST ROW: R. Glaser, E. Radis, P. Harris. D. Saivetz, C. Friedman, F. Downer, E. Loyd, N. Russo, W. Drake, J.
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Jachowicz. SECOND ROW: J. Jeroff,
S. Baker, L. Heffernon, M. Scho-
field, A. Diatelevi, J. MCI-iugo. C.
Snyder, D. Donely, L. Tourtlott, R.
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