Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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Buckminster Square Framingham '76 In 4' - -t' ,fo if 4 :Wd Ailfbbff 233 Freedom to choose , to learn to change ,yu . . . to leave our footprints on eternity 'F-,x,.f y101'fOBEC!RCULATEZD TF iff? 41 2 n t 15 5 1' 'V FRAMINGHAM PUBUC LIBRARY FEB 1 7 1993 A !, L .,, I. f FRAw1uNGHAr-A PUQUC UBRARY JUL 1 a 1977 az l"'I 1 Jr 'SIX 5'5- ,lf-I. ,WI it 'X' 9- If rug -Av -'14 i-ls- Puufx' 14 f ' 4 Q, ,Q . gfi' ff.. Zi- 793.9 ' fit ,Jig 1' 3 f 'D5"' ' " 1' QW P 5 I fin .lr . ,nl 1 stfwztffs f at ,, . 'yfezj f,-, 1' T' ' 1, . , , - ,- if . PH ILOMATH STAFF CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF: Lisa Roberts, Chris Ryan LAYOUT: EDITORS: Sue Eysmann, Karen Harvey STAFF: Lauren Potischman, Sue Hendry, Janice Nadeau, Jeanne Bachman, Laurie Liverman, Joe Carroll, Julie Sales, Suzanne Childs, Robin Goldberg, Krista Read ACADEMICS: ' EDITORS: Kathy Antalek, Lynne Verdy STAFF: Karyl Berenson SENIOR PICTURES: EDITORS: Allan Levine, Stuart Zakon SENIOR SECTION: EDITORS: Marianne Taylor, Allan Levine STAFF: Robert Heller, Kathy Kimball, Jane Murphy, Kathy O'Brien, Sue Cohen, Shane Ven- tura, Kim Dobson, Kathy Harrington, Cara Abelli, Howard Barnstone, Linda Blu- menthal, Brian Foley, Bonnie McCorkindaIe, Kathy Moynihan, Andy Robinson, Stacey Cruise, Debbie Zigelbaum, Pam Fiore, Melissa McGrath, Kathy Keohane, Pam Emory, Donna Ellison COPY SECTION: EDITORS: Debbie Smith, Robert Grossberg STAFF: Pat Carney, Beth Sawyer ACTIVITIES: EDITORS: Joan Ahmadjian, Mary Anne Berardi STAFF: Steven Goliger, Joyce Guglielmo, Jennifer Palmeri, Al Sebastian, Mary Coburn, Kathy Moynihan SPORTS: EDITORS: Debbie Goldman, John Jachowicz STAFF: Judy Ziman, Matt Kulkin, Chris Keiley, Linda Blumenthal CREATIVE ARTS: EDITOR: Joan DeCoIlibus STAFF: Laurie Binder, Debbie Devine, Carol Latham-Brown, Anita Goldin, Janice Nadeau, Carl Harvey L UNDERCLASS SECTION: EDITORS: Karen Read, Sue Hendry, Roy Roberts STAFF: Lauren Potischman, Krista Read, Lisa Supeno, Donna Read, Janice Nadeau, Paula DelPrete PRODUCTION: EDITOR: Robin Kelley STAFF: Carol Story, Gerry Dickman BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING: EDITOR: Richard Glaser STAFF: Helene Silverberg, Debbie Smith, Mary Lou McCourt, Jill Paitchel, Jim Solomon, Brian Tolle, Laurie Resneck, Sue Byrne, Ellen Goldman, Kathy Moynihan, Joan Chouinard PHOTOGRAPHERS EDITORS: Paul Walsh, John Hampshire STAFF: George Pappas, Jeff Raverby, Matt West ADVISORSQ PHlLOMATHi Mr. Charles Hatch BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING: Mr. Paul Zaido ef- ' ... 5. Q . 1 1 459 Ps TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMICS .................... SENIORS ...... ACTIVITIES ........ CREATIVE ARTS . . SPORTS ........ UNDERCLASS .. ADS .......... DIRECTORY . . 14 42 92 126 134 170 190 210 s . Incidents and faces of our times -2,5 :""ii- .2 o o o A N-J": 'fan fin H W1 tiff? , UH M121 F V v' - 1 , , 9 QW' is 4 ig r., n", 2 ' A l Q 1 1 S ity, 3, ,W .if 1 1 I, . ,M Sophomore Christmas Party for Retarded Citizens, December 13. 1975. l Sf ,iN.i Fit ri rfu i1Xxl wi- 9x I "l'I A gin ' " Y ' I' 1 f , F N ws. V' A , ,a K: Z .Sit - X 5 'im bf' 1- Q3 V ' .2 its 1,4 Co roirersi US- if AT-? N TJ' Arfi',assadorlTq ,If J .ff fat M0yl'1l an f Qtfiffii ,, Q P -A all f .'c'Lf'ff f ' vw ai A Q ef ' I f if Yo V f 2 ff' it ' l 'fi ,X K I 4' 1 . 9 W5 4 , , 4- vm . .7?'Ji"'W' 54: , -Y ex: ed l J - '. Framingham school board P UKS mmute f aff'-V.: of silent if ,. meditation urtosy of The South Muddlesex News Y I by pefrmussuorw from TIME H N If N r , slum? Copyright TIME IDL i!! gi,- Q 5 Knox March e through Framingham ' 'E' H J s "ggi . 7 'H . 'sr' - , , X . qV., D. W e F , Sf-15-?X33"5' ' - ' , ' Fieein Vietnamese 4 dt' ii 4 4-VT. Y 'Q-Ja' , f 'X . ai 4 .M Coincide with the times that face us. 905852 .,+ . .., ..-" - v,. MV! - .gd fl -nm-if -5 'f I ,-. L. haf. r . Wiki. p., ' r 5 ,I A A I.: if - ,I u - 1 4 0 TIM25 Q Drama, conflict and joy ,L ', J in-'f 5 Y' . an 1. .. ' ,fr .. . E ,,. I 11- . F y I Sox xgmerncan League Champions, 1975 " u 0 1 A ' 01' . 9 'MALANGE sALAzAR mxmu 9 DE sousA ANGELA lunuxlf' r -f' . . s I A s JP . ' s. 47' Q 3 - F '-fo" " . ,7 , . -. . .-, -- , ,I v ig,4i3?g:,v . :nf v' .,.EVl..:-Pg i.,3.h,7V.a5".f ,. 123 ui- V . 15 K- G vfybuirf- : gwhgb -b 3a':,AygrlJ - 'iw V 'fri 've ov fr- haf .:7 l . " X?-f'4 ' """f' Ttwfzffi-I -, - -, .,::,-.,,. ,, .Av , - - . gn- '35, 1 4. " -' sri-r u f . 2-f, -f-IM' Fifa? x44-A", 1, - - w x .:. -,-,,:,..- '. 1, ., ,Hank y JA, H531 TNS W C4455 O fx 96 Good news you ve bottomed out " nil KSU! -A PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY March 2, I976 DEMOCRATIC PARTY II ROBERT L.xEu.EHEn ++++++++++++++++++++ + I GEORGE c. wAu.AcE+++ I ELLEN nccomncx +++++ + + I I TERRY sAnFonn ++++++ + I u.ovn BENTSEN +++++++++++++++++++++++++ li FRED n.nAnms ++++ ++ + ulL1'on.l. SHAPP +++++ + I smcl-I ann +++++++ + + + II .nuuv CARTER +++++++ + , n. SARGENT SHRlVER+++T + I HENRY u.JAcKsou H+ M H+ H+ uonnls K. umu. ++++ ++++ ++++ NO PREFERENCE lil-- WRITE-IN SPACE I PARTY RE-PUBLICAN I RONALD W. REAGAN C1UC1DiLl,,IJLXJ,LKJL lCLJL1 r L I I GERALD R. FORD OfxDCrxI1u1uJ1E1,pQ03Cf13u111 f I I no PREFERENCE ARIIIISERICAN PARTY I WRITE-IN SPACE ID PREFEREICE Q10 . create and shape our era. ka .K N , 17 lrrmmgai' W, E CEREBRAL PALSY: Telethon, February 1, 1976. NorthfSouth Dance, January 14, 1976. .JV f ' 1 J l -fr F . Q Xi qw ff B s I - v 1 if., m N WQLIW Manu If . X , x - t . ff ' n 0' Let us remember these times. 1-1 ..I. 5 ,-9 U sf 3 1 fr.. nv-wn-fr - '- B- . ,. .-Ni N xx Nx 4-Q -,Q ,Af 7-1 ali Q , ff V1 'V f ,. AM ' 4 I --' ,- 6. " M -, , ' x, Ng. Q , . 's ... I .U x s 3 f" 'lx X A , 5 I r 4! 'll ll .,s ' I 1 I -1- 1 ' 1 gn I 41 mrs 'N g Xwff 1 2-J 'W'j f 1 '?n'H .4 .fg7l' 2 C Q A 9 0 : , , , ,gi 0 11 4 ' 'A' lv I, "J 2 -N '91 'E' ..,-Q2 ' E' Q- Qs 1 JJ 4 ' 5 2 'Q ,ff it 5' jr ff' f-' is 1 1 ff: M 6.-.L .ij K .',f' i ff? KX, If-XV. 1-1 fx, y-x 8+ ,-V - K - - -- I0 ff' 5 4,- xh... ., Z , ,,, gf j W-xtil, , V-, , , ?.1 ---,, Y, ,, ...,g? xx . 'F Q, ' v' 11- -. .TDP A3555-A 1 ' , Q, E. -"""3vyQ0.X s ll ,,..,:,. v ,.' Vx'-X .51 ' ' . nf' s ,,,,.d .. ??1"-wluf, sf Ly... . . d I' div? o . Q , "'Hg. K. - 5 'ark 4 . -gg:ur'f ab' .in C X1 ',,yuuf s Alfred Badger A Grade 12 Amdstrator , . '45 .-if -1 1 -,- -:lu Q -,- I C 1' KM' --ki' , A 4-.S li ag, Jean Rousseau .X 'var PrincipaI's Secretary 'say 'kb ,- i ,' N f-li V 1 X? 7 JI- Q 1 6 v Z? I .,-.ffA 1 K XA -'J Xu '5-3 .-212 -0 "9-0 44 -Qnc la., 4 g '4-Q4 1"'-4-1 '-'4-'l.q .m,2'.1f,:,1,,, '-1-Q, ,Q-Qf"' f Wi Pauline Gambone Main Office u: if - 3,1-:WLT I U . ' X 'V 'ix I lr 9 LQ'-N-.'. all Y I .1 " , ' XM 'U 1 1 A x X '4 'N I C' 'U 1919 D 4+ 4 ' V - 5 3 W 'g ,f 1 , - e a 5 i 'x " N . I w ' n ' X Kay ward f . , ., Mani' Grade 10 Secretary 5' ' u 1 Qfiaewll ' - 4 ,. -A 2 + -Lis V. i i Q gl,-N' - ' , ' ga x 4' 2 I 4 5 wir.-A lf , ' . E f- f'+fffgf'l1f,-f '5.-Tiki -A 'fm - '-- '- ' -11? iff JAQQB-"" f .4 , ,, J-5 -'Q'jg '- X +L- 3' T, Q N- -- 3 'ILL ,B - ' 7 I . 1 A '7.'-tffli X? SCHONCP Q 43 I 'W E 1243.17--'X' 4.-L ,Q . . - 1 ' ' Q 1 g -- artin Barry . 'A 'Un' ' P kr E "ir: vp N ' I A ' 'A' 7 f In the Guidance Department, we concern ourselves with whatever concerns you. By helping students with career and educational plans, self- understanding, and learning to solve problems and make decisions, we strive to make the dreams of today the reality of tomorrow. Your South High School experience is what you make itg we hope that weiare helping you make it what you want it to be. ,--. IEE! Carole Connors --N ! ff Kg? S ,..rQ:f"'eu - ' iN I I S Wnlllam Monnue School Adjustment Counselor E 1 I 91' ,-fi? f , lg- ' 4' I' 14:91 P4 Y In 1 . Y .A , ' r ff, L -, ,WJ gf -4' sp P lg V I 2 ' h - I1 9 ,d ' 24, ,1 J -'H F- , 11 U gffiir :45 V' 10 ' V, 45 fu A ' , -6 . ff ,, 5 , " -4 , UK VR' '.:t1f' 1,0 iff ' -1, ff ,f-.1 ., -Bfgfx " ra j f-x p ,f ,fr f , f rt f sf'-2 I, g X- ,N ' 'fl , A I'-.s - . 1 " . '-Q ai f xx . 1' ,f' 4 X. f r 4' '- . 1 " ' V- , Y "life gf t: 1 '33, ff' ,H -1- K I 'V A ' A -n' "- x 7- 1,01 ' 'fl fir 1, 4 .f t -- H 1. fi + f ff. ' X ' 1 ff ' If 1 'X I -l'- , ' ' , 1. a 1.1 'a, J, -...!a..- fu' :X Bernard White Director wx A AN' g I . 5 I pa..-., X ,I L ' fu ex- ' f ' ,F i ..rl'??:'i ' C. agifffv- c,"144' u,'444-I gi tt'f.'sf:otc. f :nun 4 'J-."'r , nn: 064 Q1 1 1 p P :francs ".'5556::"-1' 'QQ' wvfv' l',P .,,,,,,, blh6Ilg5'AQ5,:-n .1 ,v',v . -1-.7,,,,,, funn. nl," ,u ,U . ,. mill: 'fff95A:4.'..v':n"..P':r',r' I .9-nl: ,-1-.- -.,.. ..-- . -, -..-', U., V 'A 5'a 4 4 ,hw ':-. ,.,Ff. eva' 1 f J 1 A Q- 1' W W-A H QD , xl' AP Y, Q' t 1' 9 Y , t r n. C I M f I Y , A Dennis Porter ,jj ::::a44,4:A?,': g::::.,n ,Eta 41:14 '.,,.:OAg.'t'0, 1':Q1 'P' AZ ,Q vblioraaa' "'.5064:'5'l ',l',u' v',v 'GK 'f ,vi .tg..,:' .c:o'2Sqg'3- T 'Y' 'Y QF 5032 - Q Y O, VAvA1Aa.Acf in-111 A757 n v. .R If I I , Q l X xii it Rgi. Q K-it 5 4 ' 'W Rl. u I Wim Heidi, 4 ll3 in-an--'M ' 'ffl' 'B f, xg Phyllis Hotch'. " ' A xg f . ' v I 2 iv. 1 The teaching of literature is the teach- ing of humanism - the identification of your soul with the soul of the author. The teaching of writing is the teaching of understanding - the communica- tion of your mind with the mind of the reader. We do not teach subject matter - we teach people. We do not teach you what to think - we try to teach you how to think. We try to give you the skills to commu- nicate your thoughts and feelings to others. , , 17, ---Y , , ..,- N.-1, P Y' . M--1-1 ..............-- ,,,,,,,,,,, .........- .44-Y - 47' --'lg -,g-M--4 ,Q dl i FW' gr: l W... l 7 'P Y ,H V.--1 nm-vi.: .,.w-"""""-N ,,.,.--"""' 1 . ls -fi! i-argl r,,,.-- n',,.--"' .,.-1 V,,.4U"1 ,-44 rl - j 1 F' X , . X Mary Porter v I T' " -4-.4 I. ii X X -1-111:11 '- '-I 1 ,mv y , x I, ra? ,J f iw Q I Ns- I 4 I 5 5 'v if "ard ,.,.,, 1 v NW Q..- ,1- .lu ' In 4 ..., .5 s. ' f i .W I if in f 2---..::,: wt-?f:F,f - 1 ., J. ,Rich rd Pim If . 1 .13 ' I if' bY,, QI f -s l f .Jay ,-1' J J Dorothy Ja da "NM, As society changes, so must the study of society change to meet the demands of its people. Our department, while offering many traditional courses, also offers many courses designed to meet individual student needs. Courses such as Anthropology and Psy- chology were added to our cur- riculum for this purpose. We hope to improve the students' ability to understand mankind through the study of both himself and his an- cestors. ,.1. CIENCE Xff' 91 11:- X,.r' '-771'-u ,Y5- 1 , Joan McGuire ' 'Tr-X .,.,, - IL .. F5 6 fI't"f .199 ,is x? 'L- 1 i 11-L -f . -, AP, nv. '-in-Q 'it 4 A An William Dunne X in w X4 . was-if ft' R l X .1 ,la QT X J .HX X ,ef 'flu-W. Aix .Am yy? "' A . s,--wr . ,, s , , fr X . ' 'Vit'-2 - . 1 I l "il R , M 1 Z 'Q 1 1 , 4- " I swf. ,,, Q . . 1 lik Q wig! Sq 5-N. " ... for the world is hollow and I have touched the sky." Not exactly, but our students would if given the chance. Our students search for the correct roadsg we try to prevent dead ends. Sometimes they discover a shortcut and othertimes it's a rounda- bout route, but eventually we see to it that they understand that science is a way of life. in Catherme Rub ' 1' 7241 Leslse Jope ,ly jun ' W!! i--.13 . 1, .. , sg!" fi .5 Y , w X ,rA 1 '45, Sv Claire Berthiaume Department Head r"'5f' M L- Z! x, 1 I '- , X a, fi-S. N . , f-7 1' Carolyn Levens in 5, 1 'MQ X X ll., I f NQ .S Muchael Pregot Ami " -Q ws. X f y s 1 v -1 f , . Q ff I 1 , ,., gn. Florence Mack .L MW' xf' 9' '55 .,.,.-V -....,.,,M ......, vin, iWT1l' "I4lO , A, ,L 'U .-:L of il 19' ll I nm q,MEfXTH EMATIGSL , ' 'AWK .45 QS Qgiff 1 I IZ 2.1111 'Ui ,,. W2 'qv-o Fi it K 1 ...ii ... ,....li,, ,1. H 1 1 5-i.-., x ll ' 1 X my Mmmche I if J f... ,X ,S rf' If 1 .J Qfjli iifkl ' f'f.i3fx ' Jian'-.,'.k,v' , ..vf,, . ., 34 A za, 'Ty M , ff" f Q 0" ,rw , 45. K? -an .1 K . X x 9 xx E z 'X gy 1 .g"?l'Ci3 'uk , ' -4- -.Q i, f . 'X .lf s f' ' '-iv if j-Q. . , . I '4'llIL. . ,ov-r"v " 7, J -gf' ,Q ., ', Q' N Q fi . ,M -If f.,,,f'f'lF, J J 1 11 ,. '- 4 V 4519 -" 'Y' ' flu 'M I 1 . 'fwfzg fi L: if- x ' 'V' , ,Ls Y., 4 .Qvf.,.',A,x,,- vx 9,e"4M3.,1 R- g.gfr2"423Sg,.f:, 4 ,f , A , 1 .41L1',,','f."..4 rv. Q3.5.12,:rilQLqf,,'2q- k. 9 - 1, I W? 'ir Ts, " 1 he-1, 1.54-J? A ,- ' ' .:',. .h ug- 'IMF' V 4 , h.,,, I,J ! ...L J, r 59 - - ' A g 1,j,,f.,. :F 1- - " Anna Lamperti if 3, .J w 1 4 Robert ff' 11 if f, E. i I ff Q5 vi- ' re F4 V 'JX ...pr rid Joseph Palano X ,, 9 X Aldo Grandoni " Gregory Hebard nl -all As if it was an infinite series, our Math Department continues to grow. Starting with Basic Math and con- tinuing up through calculus, we try to make our depart- ment more than just numbers. Its the people, not the numbers, which we hope make mathematics a truly advanced study. 'X ,ix HCJIVIE EC NOIVIICS ,gf "T fx: . Wh Qhililu ' Q Zffzsgg-E 'Ji 0 ,.-wu:'Im,f :,,,l n .51 agiief' if ...".2'e' " In our department we offer our students a variety of courses in many fields, from foods and clothing to interior decorating and child growth. Although some of our students may seek a vocation in home economics, most take courses to acquire skills they will someday use in their own homes. We hope our program will enable our students to meet the challenges of living in the family and in society, both today and in the future. Sally LeTowt I mv , .ill rp . pw' 1 pw 4 pe 4 Y l g 'if 19? NJ 1 ff? 1 1 sf if 4 1 l U .,1. Q -4 g .- ,MHVT . 3, fi: f ' rv 'S l I X ' Gus Luparelli "E mund Kr V Director J" K ' - 1 M L' if Our department encompasses a wide variety of areas, from wood shop to electronics. We're people working together to help students construct reality out of their dreams, just as Edison, Ford and Bell once did. All one needs is an idea and the medium to expand upon it. We offer our students such a me- dium. Roger McDevitt 'S ETZQTY sCharIeslT ""' Ulljl D t .. eparme ll " i D- ,-Qf 0 Pfoxv' Buying insurance, writing reports, ar- ranging credit, using bank services. budgeting income and coping with the economic aspects of modern living have become an inescapable fact of life. To fulfill such common economic needs, our business courses are open to all students. Beyond these necessities of economic understanding are the business and communication skills needed in con- temporary occupations. Typing and stenographic skills, financial interpre- tation Skills. and the use of modern business equipment. are all part of our present business education scene. --1 Q1 ..- -.- ,,,.. ...- ,.... ...- ,..- 1-li EDUCATIO I-X ' James Strong d s, -1 U 3 ' . ,i T , ' I J I I J ,-'E -6' 394 17, ,. . . F is---.. 3....,gs. is K"v-1.. Y Q. . 3, 4 'W 62? 'V xx ' 'fi Ji" -Q 'Z 4-Q 60 WN? XX., ui.----S 2 g0 Q96 05 XXX?-gif, 'Ni sr- -.Ll A person must be physically as well as emotionally prepared to enter into society. By allowing students to choose their own activities, we hope to generate some life-long interest in indi- vidual andfor team sports. "A mind is a terrible thing to waste" is a true saying, but a mind without a well condition- ed body can never function to its capacity. 'T Sw""4E-Bl J Neal C t n Depart t Head ln our department, we place a strong emphasis on student creativity. Whether a student is interested in painting, weaving or ceramics is not important. What is important is that he learn to visually express himself. We are not here to dictate what to do, but rather to help students with whatever they would like to do. ox Qx A -Q . X. gk lsmjig' V .1,' s K. ' .M K -Q- w . ff 'Ar o 1 . ' ? H-i' 'rv-15-'Q g Pi- "f, sin-ri ' ! ..4""' I , -.,--H p ' 1 i Geena: Pmoiifs .luuioizs ITALIAN EMM 'lfS'3tflw 'P -, , ,,. , r,,,,T,,,, ,,,.-, , fwfq- i A " bbw Spill C: The music curriculum is designed to encourage student participation in a number of programs. Through both per- forming and instructional groups, the student is exposed to all areas of music. Whether one is seeking a profession or a pastime, there is something for all in the music room. N I' ii, 11.4-Q., ,., fff 3 ' ,Q f ' ' ' 5,2700 DFXTSTAFF: James Cafh, John Joyce, Ofeste Ceruti, Bob Dickerson. ' NN. g Mrs. Restighini ' i Chester Komola, Bob Nr fi ..,- 'tw 4 2 I , A 1 1-..-my L... .N Dal . 1'-puj Marle N 'Medical l l "i-.Q-A 3:- 4 ., 1 '-.J Dr. J. Merruam ah" '7 E, ul CIAL ERVIC f Rnchard as A.V, Dire or 94-Q :CN 'Pi J --", S T . , Edward Sousa Computer Manage s "X -N1 -J , ' 42 1 r' L ,, u 1? q Q 6 D K n A 1 w 5 -. 1 .7 r T, " "a' ' Barbara Ford Paula Cynamon Mary Hurle .S1LIbf8fI8I'I Library Aid Library I d v "hp- X X-4,7 1' 'D- - A f Xx- Meperhfatt PfF9'l,i Wind M .al iw -l . if -Q I Q, f-L. inf! in N in in in lu"f il ill Q1 -1.1 5 I ' r 1 f J x 5 '-lr . 5515, Z ' X T 'Y' ' mm N,-7 '-it .' if wr-'sr A .,z. V 34?g,J3,',. 8 if 56 ft?-2' 1' 'qi ,Mr ,r svn. - env' 1' 4. ' x W 3,155 fa . 465 W' 4' I ."Q'G:H5-G' Q. ks, .,., . l, ,. , ii" .- X . X41 if if 2 . . V, . - Y., i .f ., 9. ' -x - WI . l 1 l A ' i .L 4 1.. . I ' ,iff f I J l V: .4 ' Il if a . 5' , I 7 3 gg , Q rt S Y'-A - t., -an 4 iv N 1 . 'Q ff f v 1 ll s , I X il 'I ,, . of I s'-,Y FY . ,gy ' f 1 fn V 4 l , 1 s ali' N A - . MISS LATHROP "Silence is goldeng it enhances the learning process." Bowler continental and inter-continental traveler . . . gardener . . . collector of antiques and old books and Cwould you believej cold-water swimmer. A full career in library service - to the town, to the schools, and now as a helper in the Dan- forth Museum. Best wishes Miss Lathrop. The results of your many devoted years here at South High will never be forgotten. i FACULTY FLASHES ,Q-'ef I x 4 I I 15 -'ff anummm E 4 ff 'TS' 5' I if 2+-f-if '. i C .. ilu! I 1 ENV? ,.. k. ff X I .xsa- iff' .Ivy N fe, I-, 1,72 U59 .,,,x,y .w'1f2f,fw if ' ' ".'c",f,' f f f f ' If.,' " ' . ' K' , , fy. 1 ' fA , 1 1 f if ' . if-r'r, - M ,314 tj: ' ' , fa. nk,- Jlffff ff X41 V, X I i , ui r ,l,-,, ,, 5 f I ' r 1-1 f ff' " I.'l , , ,',u,.l, ff yin- A 'fi 'fr'154Q ,Q . . Mughty McConarty has struck out' llgetin- 51" it fx Please Lord make at calm d y ,QM .kno g if vs T' LJ' , U JXWNU 14 if " s l' -7-gli. ----- J' LJ? J , ' -- .Wu - , .,., J N. 3 - f,, . - V., --. :-aa.--. I .., Q A V' "av .".:" ,,42-.:2f.v:- Q I-f., '-- - f-' f Aliiyiw fly' zri. - x A - if ' laws ' 5 12"-2335 , ' -:fu 'c- p ws, - .Q A VE N KI, sg, . - ,154 F' - ----f-xiii -YI:-i . 251.51 2 Vw, ' my I N? 11 1 'qt N J R. sf, X K. ,,..-.5 'fl KX ,,, x Li -1-a. Q 'i x Y 1 K, 3-pp X JOAN DALE AHMADJIAN "Follow the sun and the end- less summer." Swimming ... biking ... sail- ing on Martha's Vineyard ... sunny California. gun- 7? T' ROBERT A. ALZAPIEDI "Music creates a bridge be- tween all people." Musical leader skillful race cars music su- perstar. MARIAN ANDERSON Honest understanding . . , searching . . . September 23, '75 an outdoors per- son. CHRISTINE VICTORIA ALLEN "Let us not look back at our predictable past, but at our unpredictable future." Funloving . . . sensitive .. . Michael ,,. partying ... Howdy's "Definitely" YO" CHERYL LEE ANDERSON "l wake to a new dawn, a new sunrise, with the fears of yes- terday." Quiet ... sensitive ... skiing at Tucks ... Smiths Ski Lodge ... sailing ... the Ra- vine. 'KZ-Y PETER ANDERSON Searching good-natured skillful 17th at Mill- wood lacrosse col- lege football . . . Pete. "C'mon, are you serious?" in lv if-v-"" -A- -. ,-Q -49' f at P' "' 7' Vliiilw STEPHEN G. ANDERSON "There's a world you're living in, no one else has your part." Musical .., funloving ... down the park summer '75 easygoing "My man!" DONNA ANDRE "Alone we find solitude, to- gether we find love." Full of life cute sin- cere partying new friends "Sure!" . -YY KATHY JEAN ANTALEK "lt is the friends in my life. and the happiness and fun l have, that makes life worth living." Friendly vivacious outgoing swimming tennis . New Hampshire . Kathy. 1ui...iui juk, Hoops!" 'Xi JACK A. ARAUJO gli. 'Sr DEAN E. ARVIDSON Reliable . , , dGdIC3I6d . . . Musical , , , eagygoing H, SWIDIUOUS . . South VS. carefree ,,, motorcycles I.. North soccer game ,. col- future musician. lege XQ- f an f BRIAN C. BABINE "There is no such thing as time Nothing was, noth- ing will be, everything has re- ality and presence " lnquisitive bright Tull Concert Maine The Trestle Q95 5 JONATHAN BALDWIN Ski trip to Austria . quiet individual. I fa rs 'i , , x MICHAEL ASCIUKIEWICZ Never at loss for words car enthusiast . .. Boston . ,. Air Force man. 'ul " sf HOWARD L. BARNSTONE "Happy the man, and happy he alone, he who can call to- day his own: He who, secure within, can say: 'Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have liv'd today' " Likely to succeed ... Howie. GARY AVILES Friendly . . . agressive . . . lives for today , . . Gary. in KATHERINE E. BARNSWELL "Learn to live. and live to learn, ignorance like a fire doth burn, little tasks make large return." "Nobody is perfect." kind willing to make friends Barnsy. DQ L xx f ,nn MARIE ANTOBENEDETTO "May we all experience one brief shiny moment of Came- Iot." Good natured . . . true friend . . . easygoing ... John Ken- nedy animals. ? f YOLAN DA AYUSO "Look to this day, for it is life." Always after school courtyard .. . free Joe. KY? MARYELLEN BARRETT "Live and let Iive" Easy going , , . loves to dance .., unique .., Mary. .ii MICHAEL L. BAUGH "You are the lord of your own body. Your soul holds the reins. Where you lead yourself, that is where you'll go. The All States ... trackman, strong and slim ... Mickey. Iii' . 'u IQQLH 'Hi-ll TODD A. BELL Athletic . . . North-South game, '75 ... big man on the field ... talented . .. con- certs Todd. MARY-ANNE BERARDI "We have become a part of every experience and of each other." Easy going well dressed Summer '75 loves partying M'nan. CHARLOTTE E.M. BEAUPRE "You only live twice, once for yourself and once for your dreams." Chris weekend at Cape Cod ... loves a party . . . true friend.. ,xt Q1- Y ELLEN F. BELTZER "You are what you are, and you can't be anyone else but yourself." Friendly ... enthusiastic ... Ellen. 5 f f Q Tr f it A gli V' -:kaf 'efnii' v. ' 7. Y -igffgf. ,nf ' CATHERINE BECKER "To live is good. To live vivid- ly is better .. To live vividly together is best." Basketball and softball ... March 20, '75 ... "What are you, nuts?" ... high spirited ... friendly ... Beck. FRANCES B. BELTZER ' "If you love something, set it free, if it comes back, it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was." Full of life . .. always laughing ... music ... Fran. 1 -W ma- H' WI' ' 1 59. ft". T""7' JAMES BELFORTI Excels in hockey and baseball ... loves to make people laugh ... determined ... sin- cere Biff. CYNTHIA BENGIOVANNI "Hitch a wagon to a star." High spirited ... F74 hop . Bruins fan ... crazy ... Cin. fr 3, sa f 4 V New I .K sg "A Mike, Pat, Art, George, Jerry, John XY . Afifvmgrt 'Li MICHAEL G. BERARDI "l'd rather live by a dream than live by a lie," Friendly and good natured . sports enthusiast . . . YES concert .. appreciates good music .. Berrats. KARYL BERENSON "Don't let me worry, doesn't do any good, I know better. the things I worry about don't happen" Loves horses full of life . . , always around friends "Here we go" 3'- fx. . I Il I -I Spanky. wheres "Our Gang"? MARY ELIZABETH BERNARD Future in nursing "Oh baby doll" Mic Mac Indi- an originally from Nova Scotia ... enthusiastic ... fond memories of class '75 . . . Mollege. fi fi? VINCENT BERTOLINO "The only limits to the mind are those put upon it by it's owner." Strategy ... individualist ... many friends Vinni. NANCY M. BLACQUIER "Set me adrift on a sea of hopeg I'II set my sail to a new horizon." Thoughtful sweet a natural beauty the Cape . "Oh, butwhat?" . ,. Dan. -..-T, DEBORAH BERNARDI "Those without confidence will never be anything. Hope is a wakening dream." Rick '74 Prom talk- ative . . .lives for today . . Debbie. 1 LAURIE D. BINDER "Far away there in the sun- shine are my highest aspira- tions. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them. and try to follow where they lead." Q., 1 ,bw '-. JANIS M. BLAIR "I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good that I can do for my fel- low creatures, let me, for I shall never pass this way again." "Meet me" Summer of 73. PATRICIA A. BERRY "Time goes slowly but carries on ... and now the best years have come and gone" "What can I say?" ... Chica- go . . . Beach Boys . . . cheer- ful ... loves summer ... Pat- ty. MIRIAM LEE BLACK "You can get it if you really want it." Enjoys volleyball ... singing, show rehearsals . . . musical, talented, straightforward. Q71 il, CYNTHIA T. BLEASIUS "lf the sun refused to shine,l would still be loving you. when mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me." "Spaghetti!" .. . laughable, partying Cindy. ,--, PCN LINDA G. BLUMENTHAL "Life is a journey, not a desti- nation." "Ooh, yeah" ... Hendries Cape Cod ... volleyball easy going friendly Bloomy. DARLENE MARIE BOWDEN "Can this world be a mas- querade hiding what you really are on the inside and hiding what you really are on the outside, pretending you're something you're really not?" ...cn A FREDERICK O. BRANDON "And all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be," Engineering . . . likes to travel Cape Cod carefree ... willing ... Fred. MERCEDES BORGES Canada '75 . .. likes to dance . . . quiet . . . small . . . "Sure, sure" Mercedes. lg X JANET E. BOWMAN "Ambition is our idol on whose wings great minds are carried only to extreme: to be sublimely great, or to be nothing." Skiing honest ... Jan. Y ,av ww' THERESA A. BRIGGS "lf you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with." Memories of Summer '75 ... likes to travel . . . carefree ... determined, friendly ... Terry. DONNA MARIE BOUCINI "The only way to win happi- ness is to give it. The more we give the more we have." "l'm so nervous" ... Variety Show '75 ... emotional ... attractive Bouche. 'big' BILL BRADFORD Freshman year his car Ray and Bonnie "Zinc." -w Iii MITCHELL BROWN "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." A. V. Prom '75 ... skiing . . . never at a loss for words. "Where is everybody?" .A J Effviix ,Wi 14 ' M ' i 1 i ' Y r"i ff ' W ' , in J 0 ,jf F2 ii- .i ' l KEVIN D. BRYANT "To have peace and tranquil- ity is to have happiness," Volleyball concert halls "I can't wait 'til Friday" ... creative ... emotional M. generous. ff ANNE M. BURKE "lt is time to look back on yesterdays memories. and build dreams that will be to- morrow." Summers at Brant Rock poised creative . con- siderate quiet. 1 u K CYNTHIA LOUISE BUSHEY "The good times are gone but the memories linger on." Lively . . . free . . . the dances .,. partying... Cox's house. P . I ROBIN DARLENE BUSHEY "Love is something that gives us the ability to believe in something the hope that it can be the faith that it will be .. Emotional ... skating .,. beach Robby. SUSAN M. BYRNE "l'll share with you all the happiness I've found." The Concert . . , horses emotional always going places Beag. X fi A X. 'L .m .I -4 - - -1. ---1534 ,. . W V V. -.JE T.. .l 2 A: ,, , A. - , .I ' -.f 6 r Inv'- 1 f 'LM-A . 'U' ' I". - "You forgot to wash behind your ears, O.B." S0 LOUISE M. CAIN "And a new day will dawn for those who shine on." Loves the ocean . .. lives for today. SUSAN CANNAN "Why did you say you could not live without me? You went East, and I went West. And you are still alive." Vivacious year in U.S.A. English Pubs Saltzburg ... concerts ... Susan. fik LAURA JEAN CARLSON "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow, don't walk in back of me, I may not lead, iust walk beside me and be my friend." Fragile ... emotional .. . Plum Island '74 beach. 19 if JOSEPH CAMPO "lf any man seeks for great- ness, let him forget great- ness and ask for truth and he will find both." Small in size only ... straightforward never at a loss for words Joe. 1. 5 i z. I. MICHAEL F. CANOVA Determined confident searching taking it easy Mike. A ff i PATRICIA ANNE CARNEY "Yet, no sort of magic can kindle anew a past that is over forever. Nor summon the future before it is due. My moment is now or it's never." Ambitious .. . Pat. KTM? JOSEPH W. CARROLL "I will study and get ready and someday my chance will come." Intelligent, optimistic, sin- cere future doctor Joe. l ei, THOMAS CASEY kk Q, ARTHUR F. CASAVANT III "The winds and the waves are always on the side of the ablest navigatorsf' Involved .,. dedicated ... skiing Cape Cod fu- ture in law Art. SCOTT CHALIVIERS "Learn from yesterday, live "Life is to be enjoyed. so for today, hope for tomor- enjoy it," row." YL 1 I Likeable I. , outgoing ,.. en Easy going, adventurous . , . joys sports . . . Scott. parties ... cornfields ,M "Catch you later" Case. IU QX ii .Ir In "UN 'A +L- XFN . X MICHAEL CHASE JOSEPH Z. CHAVES PAUL CHEFFERS Casual carefree ath- "A chief event of our life is Excels in track quiet letic ... lively ... Mike the day in which we have en- challenging ... small in size countered a mind that star- only Paul. tled us." Individual realistic ... fu- ture in engineering ... Joe, 4 I J , ' I , if ,I .91 3" ' 4 ' i ,' ' W A52 r 'sf KIRSTEN CHILDS "Oh black cat, ancient sign of pharohs, steal across times flowing sands and make good luck my close companion - shadow to shadow, hand to hand." Casual, understanding Kiry. f . F X 'il I . X ' Q -r . 33,1 ' .K Y--iff I - Q, F I eq f '., It Q- V NVQ. , X , SUZANNE CHILDS "Things do not change We change. Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts " Friendly outgoing Sue. Eh Fx 3' Q6- 'ii Z V . -4 t , CH" Ui y l . 'Q I .t ,M . '- Vw NN xi X XC- 1 K i Q X DEBORA J. CHIPMAN DONALD CHOUINARD JOAN CHOUINARD "Where there is power there Cornfields ... out partying "Warm friendship like the can never be love and cruising lacrosse setting sun shed kindly light where there is love there is skiing Dono. on everyone." no need for power." Quiet friendly volley- Understanding. honest ball Shoui. A'Oh my God!" Debbie. GEORGE E. CHUTE ROBERT CLAUSON "The first man to the top of "Hold fast to dreams, for if the hill is usually shot at, but dreams die, life is a broken- he is the first one to see the winged bird that cannot fly." other side." "l'm sure" easy going, friendly Ocean Park tennis Beefer. ,.,e r E' ' :Y ,il-1 ' . ,rf ill:-Q i r U 1' - ' . I . N r v I f - . 4 -. I 7 . I ,-v . Q .,. 9 , . . l 5 "I know I put it in here somewhere." -.1 . . ' 'W iff "1 ...,T Q. 5Es'5w- 'l s Q ' -V il , ,. . ,A . . I W .. x,.,k,, ' sg' ii. 1'-f"' fillffx ,og f , . xx X LCS! f O 1 ' 5 1 EARL F. CLINTON DAVID A. CLOPECK GEOFFREY CMAR Creative spacey en- "Don't take your life for joys scenery broad mind- grantedg it is the only one ed "Yata, yata" li- you'll ever have." brary. Adventurous . . . loves a good f is IC' N Yu I time Sid's brother concerts ... '76 Ski Trip ... lacrosse Clo. nd! .Oi -I K. -7. MARY CHRISTINE COBURN VICKY COCO SUSAN L. COHEN "Something's lost yet some- "lt's nice to be importantg "Hold fast to dreams, for if thing's gained in living every but more important to be dreams die, life is a broken- day." nice." winged bird that cannot fly." Sincere . . . easygoing . .. un- Laughable, understanding "l'm sure!" ... caring ... derstanding ... Cape Cod . . , concerts ... parties ... SM'75 .. . never without her ... summer League . ., "You Summer of '73 ... Coconut. friends ... Sue. Guys" Mar. x 5- . I STEVEN CAESAR COLLOTTA One of the guys . . . easy go- ing handsome and well dressed . . . lacrosse and hockey "Hey man" Steve. Clif' CAROLYN CONVERY "One today is worth two to- morrowsf' Enthusiastic .. . always smil- ing . . . our pom-pom captain . . , gymnastics ... Cape Cod . . . Carol. FLORENCE MARIA CONIGLIO "A treasure of memories is a very special happiness." Likable, concerned ... never without her friends . . . memories of ltaly 74 .. . travel Flo. WC: ,Y-Z,-7 .J ' MICHAEL COOPER Likes to clown around friendly .., high spirited ... golf Coop. rg., 54' T3 hr Lf' I I I LEORA KATHERINE CONTI "To live is the rarest thing in all the world. Most people ex- ist - that is all." Quiet likable natural going to the beach .., ..l-eos, MARIA DELUZ CORDEIRO "l live to dare, l live to love, I live to share, I live to seek, l live to be free, but most of all, I live to be me." Natural ... soft spoken ... vibrant Maria. J., You've come a long way, baby. ,Q7 L If!! F vm. Q ic BARBARA M. COX RICHARD R. CRIPPS STEPHEN A. CRONIN CYNDI L. CROSSMAN "We can only appreciate the "Knowledge like a rich soil "Pass the ruddy cup around, "You've got to have a dream. miracle of a sunrise if we harvests not only a rich crop til sense and sorrow both are for if you don't have a dream. have waited in darkness." of corn, but also a crop of drowned." how's your dream ever Creative, sensitive, true weeds." Friendly easy going gonna come true?" friend drawing writ- Determined musical quick with a laugh Mill- Crazy different .. free ing. parties ... music room ... wood Flats ... Crogy. ... Ethal. "Gimme a break" ... Rich. I f -'af fix .AX4 i, x STACEY L. CRUISE "Oh, to be young, gifted and black. how l'd love to know the truth. But my icy of to- day. is that we can all DS proud to say. Being young. gifted and black is where its at." -,, 54-V its "Eat your hearts out, guys!" -.Q 3 Xl -4-I X gag,-sf. 42-1- MICHELE DAGG "l have no yesterdays, time Handsome "T" MATTHEW C. DAVIES easy-going took them away. I may not fun-loving . .. sincere have tomorrow, but I have corn fields parties . . . today." "Matt" Laughable . .. talkative . .. true friend the Park. '7- LV BARBARA A. DEMERRITT "To be without hope is to CINDY DE SHAW Ride along the winds of time deny the wonderful DOSSIDIIIA and see where we have ties of the future " been." l,ilk..i1ive unpredictable, Reserved quiet dedi- stutiborri memories of cated to peopIe's happiness "the Garigq' Barbie 50's dance. ,Mo ii' . ' TAMMY J. DAVIS "If you see someone without a smile, give him yours." Unique, unpredictable, "Geete!" ... drawing rain- bows . .. memories ... Ram- mie. MADELEINE L. DEVERY "To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist: that is all." A free soul nonconform- lst .. individual summer of '75 Ma. KAREN N. DECINA "To say bad of others is a reflection of yourself." Outgoing sophisticated valued friend sum- mers at Dennisport. DEBRA JEAN DEVINE "All that is harmony, O uni- verse, is in harmony with me as well." Sweet caring a true friend .., Tony ... Deb. PAMELA ANNE CYTROEN "Though guiltless we should like to be, our human faults are many. Perhaps the great- est of them all? To think we haven't any." Alive adventurous. Q 77 111 , kc ANNE C. DEL PRETE "Every life, even the most selfish and the most frivo- lous, is a tragedy at last, be- cause it ends with death." Creative ... friendly ... sew- sensitive prom TAMARA LYNN DEW "Fear is the lock and laugh- ter is the key to our hearts." Moody ... sensitive ... friendly July 7, 1974 writing music ... "Tami". , STEVE T. DEXTER "I'm gonna climb a moun- tain, the highest mountain, jump off. Ain't nobody gonna know." Outgoing ... expressive ... '75 Chicago Beach Boys Concert ... bowling . . . Dex. FRANK D. DIVITTORIO "Automation is a technologi- cal process that does all the work while you just sit there. When you are younger this is called "Mother". Promising future in Park Dept ..."the Rock" ... Devo. 3 MICHAEL DUBE Future M.D. Black Sab- bath determined to suc- ceed "Vicious" ... Mike. 52, VINCENT DICENSO "My word, maybe they are just air, but they are the breath of life." "Man what a fox!" ... guitar .., well dressed. KIMBERLY ANN DOBSON 'lm Ti if-, - I . ' Q .., , . N , - 4 1 GERALDINE F. DICKMANN "Touches are better than words, but words are better than nothing." Friendly considerate ...concerned ... prom of '74 Geri. ANDREA DONNELL ' "Don't part with your illu- "To understand is to pardon, sions, when they are gone, but in the end is to love." you may still exist, but you N.H. '75 art, reading have ceased to live." high spirited full of pep Memories of summer '75 ... . . . rambunctious at times friendly ... poised ... good ... Andy. natured Kim. xiao? 9 ok JOY MARIA DIMATTEO JOANNA E. DINAN Summer '74 ... Ireland ... individual ... lives in past . natural Jo. "How beautiful a day can be when kindness touches it." "Oh my God!" friendly ... laughable ... finds happi- ness in whatever she does. gg lv- CTP MIKE DOWD ELIZABETH DRADY Quiet ... industrious ... Casual ... feminine ... dedicated ...'75 ski trip to ative Liz. Austria. CF6 I - W3 1' T ...v-45' "Wait till the guys get a hold of this!" Ill I JASON WILLIAM DUCEY "A man. prepared, has half fought the battle." Motorcycling the reser- voir ... easy going ... Duce. R. SCOTI' DURKEE "A calm sea never made a skillful sailor." Ski trips . .. parties . . . guitar .., sailing... Cathy ... high spirited creative nat- ural Durk. ALAN R. DVORKIS "Work is a good way to wile away the time, but a bad way to make a living." Realistic witty stub- born ... "No!" ...tennis . .. the race track. Nas oompa pa A oompa pa , 'Nl 4.-Q .....-f' PATRICK EDEN "Get some yellin' in, Richie!" lacrosse iv. soccer ... Patrican ,.. Sid's broth- er. Wxgxi 'u DENISE EHRHARD PAMELA EMORY "The main thing in life is not to be afraid to be yourself." Cape Cod . . . summer league B-ball games . .. cheerful ... enthusiastic ... "Listen to you!" Pam. SUSAN ANN EDES "The best cure for loneliness is to go outsideg for l believe that the simple beauty of na- ture will bring relief to all your troubles." DONNA ELLISON "l've seen all good people turn their heads each day, so satisfied l'm on my way." Partying gymnastics "Ketch ya later," ... myste- rious Scorpio Don- aire. ps., 1 A . 'X ,...f' CHERYL A. ENOS "There is flattery in friend- ship." Friendly ... drawing ... swimming . . . medical secre- tary Sherry. 'J 0 JANIS EPSTEIN "The road to a friend's house is never too long." Florida "l'm sure!" good listener ,,. considerate . . . Janis. 1"1x ,1-, -mx in-D SUSAN B. EYSMANN t'There are two ways of spreading light: to be a can- dle, or the mirror that re- flects it." Acting . . . singing . . . search- ing expressive full of pep concerned. KATHLEEN J. FAIR "Hey, I think l figured out the air velocity of the African Swallow!" 27 lx ? DANA sTuART ESTEY ff Xa "The respect of those you re- spect is worth more than the applause of the multitude." A Capella ... singing ... dra- ma club ... considerate ... future in dancing. S5- is is ? if 4' fi , V ' i x if' - ji ' aid JEFFREY FAIR "And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes, l'll see you on the dark side of the moon." Floyd '75 ... guitar pickin' ... the Pitt ... music orient- ed Jeff. 3' 7 1' f K - '.'c AV . ' . . LAURA ANN FALCONI LOUIS F. FALCONI DONNA-JEAN FALONE Bermuda partying "Although I search myself, "To live in the hearts we 'ALearn from yesterday, live top of the hill creative it's always someone else I leave behind is not to die." for today, dream for tomor- well dressed mysterious see," Future in music optimis- row." Little Bear. Career in art ... "Oh my tic determined ... musi- Prom '75 ... playing the gui- God, I don't believe it!" cal. tar Steve . .. "Fantastic" determined ... creative. ... active .,. D.J. l ug. 'xml . fe? i it We r, I I t PATRICIA R. FARRELL l'All moments. past. present. and future. always have ex- isted, always will exist." Future in art . individual Paris , , Rome down to earth "Shall we go?" Patty. KENNETH FEINSTEIN "If you walk through the ocean of most people's souls you will scarcely get your feet wet." . i 0. ,nn U1 1 um, mums mn ,, na an is ml I I 1 " ..f,i,f,t,mM MARK FELONE "When someone wants me to do something and says, 'As long as you're not doing any- thingf they don't understand that doing nothing is exactly what l want to be doing." Straightforward . . . Tiny. l I v xx! 2' vw 'Lil 'L' V050 "Sox vwgzcz sf., Hwy! in-Q vw' r-ms ' gnu 0 O I Go call Anthony. the spaghettrs almost ready. w-..,-, PAMELA G. FIORE "Be like the sun, bringing it-..., . li i CHARLES S. FLAHERTY Miter Beach ... the Cape . .. warmth and light into peo- determined high spirited ple's lives, touch their souls, move their minds." Nantucket '75 ... Soma's ... Seals 81 Croft ... warm, always smiling, involved Fio. The Rock free Dudsie. l It W' 'Q 'psf t w 4,8 id, a'. .5 RICHARD J. FOGARTY "The only way to have ,1- BRYAN J. FOLEY "You don't really appreciate NORMA DEBORAH FLYNN "The most moving moments of our lives find us often with- out words." Summer '75 ski trip '73 optimistic, unpredictable, "We love it" Norm. Ni COLLEEN ANN FORD "Live your life the way you f I' ' friends, is to be one." friends until there's no one want to, or no one can ive it Germany "73" ... Drum and but yourself to argue with." for you." Bugle Corps out for a Enjoys running Yes con- "Oh! Terrific" honest good time "forget it" cert unpredictable happy traveler Cali- Rick. easygoing Fole, fornia '74 Colleen. 'S ,L JOHN G. FORD "lt don't come easy." CHRIS FORNACIARI "Don't take life too seriously: you'lI never get out alive." Cape Cod summers ... stay young, get rich ... hand- some . . . athletic, fearless . . . Forna. PAM ELA J EAN FOSGATE "We are the dreamers of dreams, wandering by lone sea breakers, and sitting by desolate streams .. Happy lovable the fields parties S.S.R. Foz. LINDA J. FOSS "Let me not forget any kind- ness, for I shall not pass this way again." Sensitive ... musical ... gui- tar Paris "ya know" ... boating . .. Hamptom ... Lin. is DAN J. FREY "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you just might find what you need." Sensitive, optimistic, athletic . . . North-South game ... cornfields. flff' 'LQ lr . ' ,S ' 21 Q - .1 4 - ' ' ' A . f.. X, g 1 ?'-in F JAY KEVIN FUNK "Oh, lt's time to start livin', time to take a little from the world we're given. Time to take time, for spring will turn to fall, in just no time at alI." Creative individual. C? GARY J. FOX " A ship in a harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for." Quiet, intelligent, witty . . . easygoing Ski Trip '74 trackman . . . concerts . . . Gary. 'Q' ffffiwi tx, ' I . 4 , A STEPHEN D. FRIED "The truth, the lies: the ali- bies ever sweet, good day we do and die. But our path was lost in the fallen snow, as we danced our days out here be- low. I have to get home to you." 'Yf""'1" . 'f',"l. . gif r 1 jeff F? 1 'ik 1 A1 New L I S A ..w Qi "fm .A CHRIS GALANTE Friendly ,,, happy ... Chris. 'tWhat, no tipl" 7 Z ! . L, ' if . P' 1 3 U , J-or 1 f I .FSH . J ah: , a x I 'I - r J if at If LisA ANNE FREoERicksoN f y, ri . lp ' . "Yesterday is but today's 5 In memory and tomorrow is to- g -L day's dream." Softspoken . . . warm . . . 1 sensitive ... "Ya sure" RACHELL IVY FRIEDMAN .. And the best is yet to come. This is only the begin- ning and we've only just be- gun." Gifted voice . ,. Prom '75 . .. sophisticated Rach. .- L - 11--i-11. s , , -avi-4 H1 s N ll f . TARA GALLAGHER RICHARD M, GAPPEN The catskills ... New York lnquisitive ... individual Steely Dan Yes 81 considerate travel the Paradise . . . cafe . . . world . . . reserved, Dympna. :D is? A . PATRICK MICHAEL GARRAHAN "An Irish Toast May you be in Heaven a full half hour afore the Devil knows ye're dead." Good-natured . athletic tennis is his game . parties . Pat. 'I knew High School was different, but this takes the cake!" If 1 gg: 'If' ROBERT GAVEL MARK S. GELFOND MARISA GENTILE MARY R. GEOGHEGAN Card shark calm di- rect witty "Be seri- ous." . . Robert. "lt is excellent to have a gi- ant's strength, but tyrannous to use it like a giant," "lt's nice to be important, Quiet individual Mal. but it's more important to be nice." Excels in gymnastics . . , self' Plans to travel loves peo- l'TlOtlV3Ied active dl- ple 3 wgrker "Might F661 H- Mafk. as well" ... unique ... Risa. if 44' v VZ' Feng A 'dit ii RICHARD J GLASER JEFFREY C. GOGUEN ANITA JANE GOLDIN DEBORAH L. GOLDMAN "Faithisthe substance ofthe things hoped for, the evi- "We're children needing oth- "Don't let it bring you down, "Reach for the heavens and er children, and yet. letting it's only castles burning. just hope for the future and all dence of the things not our grown-up pride hide all find someone who's turning that we can be and not what seen." the need insideg acting more and you will come around." we are." Future in dentistry intelli- like children than children." "But the thing is" .. Maine "No problem" ... warm, ra- gf-nt dedicated Rich- Intelligent Jeffy. .. artistic Anita. diant gymnastics ... fly- ard er fan ... alive ... Debbie. 4, . -'A-' 4-:"'!r it ,447 N -r 3' 3, T415 1 LORI JOY GARTZ The races . . . Onset ... shy, natural ... next summer ... T. NA ROBERT P. GEORGE "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." Loves to ski . . . well dressed ... shy .. . hardworker ... Ace. CARLOS M. GONZALES Sports and party man Mary Dennison athletic. hardworker, active . . . Chico. DENISE GONZALES ' sv ELIZABETH ANN GORMAN "Ride the wind, let your dreams blow. In the stream of the wind flow and you will know the reason why l ride the wind." JOHN GRAY "Let today embrace the past with memories and the fu- ture with longing." Concerts . . . loses himself in music ... concerned ... John. mg LARRY GOOCH "Life is a preparation for the future: and the best prepara- tion for the future is to live as if there were none. '-4? x 7 N 'x ii ,V if: . v N . i 'W NANCY B. GORMAN me xx JOHN H. GOOD "ln this ruffled world, unruf- fled people stand out." Summer of '75 casual, softspoken, athletic . . . foot- ball ... Hampton Beach ... Goodie. fUX QQ!! N-gl 0.419 0 4 o ' ' o'oz' 549041, 5009 I 4 :aa ,"':q ':,'v,'o. . fl' ...O ' . H' Q -"9!.l. 15-0. JEFFREY R. GOODMAN "So on and on l go, the sec- onds tick the time out, there's so much left to know and l'm on the road to find YW in 'V "aid" Q ' ,f -F F ' QU A V S out." "Yeah, so?" ... humorous ... gets along ... "Ace". Ili. .' K 4 l x A i M , Ah ADW. PATRICK G. GORMLEY "Smiley it's good for you and "All l have seen teaches me other people." to trust the Creator for all I Iv- . if-' ,1-: . have not seen." SUSAN M. GRACE "Each day is a lifetime in min- iature . . Adventurous never with- Creative searching out her friends Summer animal lover. - f A 3 Y . 28 1 ...... I """' .in-D 1 -iii -1, --2 . inns- il .i . illv - 'Z If 1.1. v - Q IQ A . V E :lv ---A ' its - -suing' ........-.M ... . Q -' 3 t - b .J . -1 75 animal crackers finds happiness in whatever she does ... Sue. ll' Cn' ...Y DONNA MARIE GOODWIN "Friendships earned before you need them are almost certain to be more lasting." "lt was so funny!" ... petite, happy Plum Island fun to be with ... Bobby and friends Bridget. 5-Q .i g ' 4 - ,ff X I x GENE GRANT "You'll be here tomorrow but your dreams won't." "Hoot Mahn" ... noncon- formist ... down to earth .F Gene. ff in m 'E ' it i FI E ' :L I X I L' .I : in IH: ' 'X I LIN 'Y f lc . 5 Q fi, ff L " it I. "ls she cute, Scott?" 61 ,avg ,wx X,-v' RUSSELL F. GRAY "Ready am I to go. and my eagerness with sails full set awaits the wind." Partygoer Cape Cod lce Cream ... friendly, fun loving . Summer '75 . . always ready to help ... Rusty. SW?- K, WENDY LEE GREB "True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends. but in their worth and value." Summers in Maine and N. Y. ... clutch tennis player achiever, versatile Wen- dy. LEE KATHRYN GRISWOLD "Free is the gull whose flight is unbroken: Free is the wave as it gently rolls: Free is an open meadow where nature stands aloneg Free is free where no bondage ever holds." l 6'7" ' X .,. .1 -Y 'i w.. N. N fflf El: BA XX- -Q 1 I ,I 'tl f t. ... . Qi , 415: J' 'T' .- 4 i X J r 1 x -g If r 4 XI, Bae, B-E Bee, Bel Bucky Bie or 'Vs fy--I ROBERT L. GROSSBERG "The man that hath no music in himself, nor is not mov'd with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treason, strategems, and spoils." Realist, musical Robert. JOYCE ANN GUGLIELMO "Though the other side is just the same, you can tell my dream is real "l don't believe it!" . ., Cape Cod Summer '75 Highspirited, unpredictable. friendly O.J. f-4' M1 ' I iq t -1 1 l f ,. L 'fkigl ii- MARY K. HALEY "Tell me not, in mournful numbers, life is but an empty dream. For the soul is dead that slumbers, and things are not what they seem?" I' 4 PETER JUSTIN GROSSMAN "The world is busting at its seams and you're just a pris- oner of your dreams holding on for your life 'cause you work all day to blow 'em away in the night." PAMELA J. GUSHA "Adventure is the meeting of dreams and reality." "My yellow bird" ... sum- mer of '75 ...funloving . .. a clown ... unpredictable ... Gush. CURTIS D, HAMILTON Born to be free birch bending the quarry going out west Big Ben '74 . .. Curt ff? 19' JOHN B. HAMPSHIRE Il "To thine own self be true, and it must follow as the night the day. thou canst not then be false to any man." Photography inventive . . . confident . . . dramatic . . . John. ns,- CIT? KATH RYN HANLEY "Let her cry, for she's a lady: let her dream, for she's a child: let the rain fall down upon her, she's a free and gentle flower, growing wild." Unique Kathy. KIM M. HANSCOM "To each his own." Wants to travel . . . concerts and cruising ... likes waters- kiing fun loving Kim. CAROLYN M. HANLEY "HoId fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken- winged bird that cannot fly." "Why aren't you smiling?" ... seagulls . .. individual .. . down to earth ... Lynnie. i JAMES M. HANSCOM "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusi- asm." Soccer . . . hockey . . . athle- tic, competive, fun loving . . . Jim. CYNTHIA L. HAPPY "Are you kidding?" fu- ture in law bursting with energy summer of '75 ... athletic ... track ... Plymouth unpredictable . . . Mishap. "Will someone please tell him l'm busy tonight!" K -.X , , Y L . 7 ' "ti , . A ' ,ff . I VT' F ff I0 'a 'W .5 . A AQ KATHLEEN HARRINGTON KAREN ELIZABETH HARVEY SCOTT HAYDEN "Wisdom - is as vast and "Laughter is a gift that holds Witty . carefree Friend ageless as the sea - but happiness in it." ly's sincere industri love and beauty reach be- Full of smiles and laughter ous. yond its farthest shore." Seals 81 Croft '75 Nan- tucket expressive , . . ex- ceptional finesse for liv- ing Harry. easily blushes sum- mers in Maine ,,. softspoken . .. Harv. Nfl? "What does yours say?" THOMAS A. HEFFERNAN "To be successful in life you must also be a failure in life and learn from your mis- takes." Goodnatured basketball ... "The City" ... business world Heff. -4'3" I JAMES M. HINKLEY Turks contented gui- tar patient trail riding industrious Jim I, N. is l' WN ,f9:- - Liv-s 's f 1. ROBERT A. HELLER THERESA A. HEMEN LAWRENCE S. HENDRY "Don't listen to what l am "You never know" sensi- "The reward of one duty is saying: listen to what I am tive, sincere happy-go- the power to fulfill another." thinkingg and then you will lucky basketball and par- Easy going musical ties future in modeling Cape Cod Ice Cream golf .. Terry. ... "Hey, Chico!" ... Larry. understand." Our Pres ... handsome ... sensitive true friend Bob. 1, C- 'fr T , 44.71 ' THEODORE L. HOBBS KATHLEEN ANN HOLT ALLYSON E. HOPKlNS "Riches are not in money t'Those who spread sunshine Cheering ,, Sparrow Lake aloneg How many wanderers into the lives of others, can- ... cute , . . cheerful kind were the richest of all men?" not keep it from them- ... Al. Quiet . witty .. hand- selves." some golf pro Ted. Unpredictable . .. Kathy's spot teaching field hockey Holtsie. l xx Q CATHERINE l. HEALY Future secretary ... cute ... the park .. . unpredictable . . . Kathy. i DONNA MARIE HILLIARD Fun loving ... Cape ... sum- mer '73 U.P.S. Zannies ... aims high ... traveler ... partying if EDWARD ALLAN HOWE Chef ... '67 mustang ... "Good morning!" ... t.f. "zanies" Spaceshot. .QL MICHAEL HRATKO Athletic .. . shy ... easy go- ing. ':""1! KAREN ANN HUTCHINSON "What I am is God's gift to me. What I become is my gift to God." "Oh excellent" rowdy. unique personality plus Sec. 76 Hutch. KATHLEEN SUE HUDSON "Friends are not so easily made as kept." Disc jockey . . . concert per- Son Spring Arts Festival ... shy ... Kathy. gg., 0 RICHARD JAMES HUTTON " Then wear the gold hat, if that will move her, if you can bounce high, bounce for her too, 'til she cry, "Lover, gold- hatted, high bouncing lover, I must have you!" Hunting ... woodshop ... Ric. SHARON L. HULLUM "Keep your head to the sky to make your life worth- whiIe." Outgoing ... soft spoken ... partier journalist. gf' AMY BETH ISAACS "Today, well lived makes ev- ery yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomor- row a vision of hope." Caring friend .. . lovable ... Summer '75 warm per- ' IiQ'l nf? C LINDSAY ANN HUNTOON "Summer breeze makes me feel fine, blowin' through the jasmine in my mind." Involved in music sailing ... Maine '75 ... trombone .. 'IA Yah" Lindsay. CQ? I 1' X ' JILL M. ISAACSON "I have no yesterdays, time took them away: Tomorrow may not be, but I have to- day." Petite horseback riding, soccer fan .. . cheerful Red. xx BRETT T. HUSS "I am not afraid of tomorrow. for l have seen yesterday." Athletic . patient . Lynn ... Baseball ... Jan. 31 L's house. JOHN J, JACHOWICZ Afriend to all . .ski tri s and . D concerts lacrosse athletic handsome . Sid WJ Q wal ,., .Tw-ew. M, , A x .. -if Ie-if sonality Am. Na 'lb K cv 1:1- WILLIE JACKSON ,,. g "Hey, what can I say: its been real!" 'ey - - K . F si li EJ ,L- yi I ii H I I CAROL DEE JAKUTIS "We will never be we again, the friends, the smiles, the tears, but there will always be memories." Talkative Summer '75 friendly "Oh Hey!" s 'R A KAREN JOHNSON JACQUELINE S. JONES Friendly ... ambitious ... "One great secret of success outgoing .,, Karen. is consistancy of purpose." Unique, nonconformist high spirited ice skating and golf Cape Cod Res- taurant Jackie. V-,x 0 f is LIBRARY Tv Wit GEORGE JORDAN "Why these things happen, Lord, I don't understand, but, Lord, it sure hurt a man. Why won't my friends take me as I am, 'cause your friend, Lord, is the most important thing." QQIUQ Q- MAUREEN C. KANZ Good natured alive optimistic Chris. MARY GRACE KELLER "If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An in- vestment in knowledge al- ways pays the best interest." MARY JORDAN Casual friendly. 'fn CHRISTOPHER J. KEILEY "It takes less time to do a thing right the first time than to explain why you didn't." B.S.L. Champs '74 skiing 17th green mysteri- ous athletic Chris. 4 N .yi ROBIN DONNA KELLEY "A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere. Be- fore him I may think aIoud." Hardworker music lover Hampton Beach Canada Rob. 499 JEAN P. KELLY "Love is living and happiness is giving." Cape Cod "I love it." Likeable, casual, easygoing. C CHRISTOPHER J. KEMP "Take your time, don't live too fast, troubles will come and they will pass. All that you need is in your soul. Fol- low your heart and nothing else." -e.,"" U84 I sir' 4, - 5 ' A I 5 -, I X Q Q 'I '1 A ' -'K 3. " . kiggtix Y X g .Aa r I . Ili' x , I KATHLEEN M. 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." Well dressed ... N.G.A.D., 22 ... "Definitely!" ... Kath. LAURIE KELLY "Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, live today." Casual realistic like- able ... tennis and riding ... Cape Cod Restaurant . . . fu- ture vet. - --Qs riffs SA .. . J. ,Q ., . ,Q N x f . KEVIN J. KENNEY "Aims high and always gets there" College Black Sabbath ... easy going .., car nut. KIM MERRIS KETCHI "Live life to it's fullest, some- day you'll have the memo- ries." Future hairdresser the tree Summer of '74 "Aw c'mon!" talkative Sunshine. X --. JA- . . ' x if '3 I Pbnfzc , PAULA KILIMNIK "Whatever satisfies the soul is truth." Special moment at U. Mass. dramatic ... talkative ... outgoing. Camara shy? K M.,,.wdE4W"kP . I H995 '-my KATHLEEN MARY KIMBALL "I came in hope of finding a way to expand my own re- flectionf' West Dennis Beach ... sum- mer blonde friendly. fun loving ... "Where's the par- ty?" Kimba. CHERYL A, KIRKPATRICK "As everyone tries to be an individual. I will pass by quiet- ly, no one ever sees a face in so many, ' Happy. generous. lively Holliston riding around always smiling. 6 JENNIFER WAIRIMU KIRONYO "Hills and hills never meet but people do meet. So my friends, one day we would meet somewhere. where I don't know." Kenya straightforward natural Born Free. :CH . Ox H JOHN W. KNAPP "Dreams fly when freed by the sea." "Catch you later" quiet ... loses himself in music ... skateboarding ... Jack. , J I 'tx W R ' i M A . ,,,,f N-.. ' -A7 .ff ,l J ,' ' fafiter- You ' 0, ' I l . I PIX xg! E x 1' ' l' h.' ls-.as-. 4,1 ,AY f . Pow TIM J. KNAPP "Only he is successful in his business who makes that pursuit, which affords him the highest pleasure, sustain him." Witty athletic dedi- cated Knipper. JOHN A. KWASEK "lt's a life and it's me who has to live it so let me live the life I want." Bom to be wild ... Freshman year concerts "Go nuts" never without his friends John. 1 c' S' 1.-f .-1 115115 ll LYNNE M, LAINCZ "Grief can take care of itself. but to get full value of a joy. you must have somebody to divide it with." ,r l ' -'l L. xv ii Mkt... in LAWRENCE M. KRANSELER "To fall short of one's goals is not failure. To have no goals is failure greater than any other." Cape Cod .. . track ... easy- going ... competitive, like- able Larry. ANNE M. LACROIX "We are the sum of all the moments of our lives." CAROL LATHAM-BROWN "To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also dream, not only plan but also believe." Searching, sincere, ambi- tious, conscientious . . . Su- garbush '75 skiing. -Q39 f 'JW N MATTHEW H. KULKIN "Our goals in life are many, their success depends upon our proficiency." Summer '75 Cape Cod Ice Cream basketball unique "Come hell or high water" chicken man. Tl' ANTONIO M. LAGE "No man can be happy with- out a friend, nor be sure of his friend, till he is unhappy." Jamming with friends .. . re- liable music room Tony. l . T lqlil WALLACE LAWSON "As a rule. the game of life is worth playing, but the strug- gle is the prize." High spirited . .. music roomer athletic fu- ture in enginering ... hap- piest when with friends Wally. The chicken man looks like he is about to fly' V I DAVID M. LEHMANN "Beware of loose tongue, it leads to loose teeth." Loves sports, his girl, and a good fight Caution, dan- gerous when mad . .. Dave. I 4 6.51 , 1 5 I ' . V Q f I' ".l A Q , f I ALLAN SCOTT LEVINE "Many kinds of fruit grow upon the tree of life: but none so sweet as friendship." Imaginative and creative love of nature future in agriculture .. . Bean. RENEE MARIE Lewis "Speak your truth quietly and clearly and listen to oth- ers: even the dull and igno- rant, they too have their story." Horseback rider Prom '75 unpredictable Louie. vi CAROL A. LELLI "In the midst of winter, I fi- nally learned, that there was in me an invincible summer." Cornfields and Parmenter caring Onset Beach . . . Lull. .ll KIM MARIE LENNARD "As for me, I wish to exper- ience a world of endless free- dom and view it through a prism, mirroring its ideality a thousand times over." Vivacious unique, Kimba. Q ELIZABETH LEWALLEN - .1 : ' rw MARTHA LINCOLN "If you can't understand my silence, you will never under- stand my words." "All right!" ... generous and understanding . . . soft spok- en ... plans for teaching ... Marti. -45 NOLA JEAN LEWIS "Life given to us by nature is short, but memories of a well spent life are eternal." Friendly ... understanding ... memories of Canada ... a F.S.H. majorette Nola. VIRGINIA ANNE LOGAN "We are free to go where we wish and to be what we are." Left bench ... "Party at my house" ... laughter, loving crazy skier ... full of spirit . . . Ginny. A4- .1 -N 1 H ,inn 4 'Q -- -fs- LINDSAY I, LOMAN DARLENE R LOMBARDINI "Reach for the heavens and Talk with yourself and you II hope for the future all that hear what you want to know we can be and not what we life and time will take you are." where you want to go Always laughing .. memo True friend Lombo ries of summer in Onset .. horseback rider . . Grinsley i 69 as sql l V1 ... X MARIO J. Lopes "Men but like visions are. time all doth claimg he lives, who dies to win a lasting name." Athletic .. excels in soccer UGO on get out" dedi' cated Mario. 'J-x H JDIAN f ' 4r- RICHARD A. LORING KRISTIN A. LUNNY "Life is a game, fly your pa- "You have one life to live, live per plane. and there is no life to it's fullest." end." A valued friend rowdy individual ... the Pitt ... and full of life ... Summer of concerts ... crazy ... par- '75 ... always at "the park" ties the babbling brook Louie cute Krissy. great personality Dick, 1 . i i'l ' i ri . if i xl li N wa f-Q.,.-,,Y- 1- vnu- f h ln. '- fix l xx xii i l . N IP- R gf xg' A X. " x-N uv l ' 5 l P l X-S 1 mx ix K "Vickie, you're putting me right to sleep zzz." JEAN-MARIE LYNCH "People who recognize their need of other people do not allow their false pride to re- strain their actions." New Hampshire ... values friendship ... thoughtful ... Jean. Af. GY. sit 25332. h we ik JOHN MAGNOTTA "Well done is better than well said." Future Nuclear Physicist knowledgeable reliable dedicated John. x:.:, ' SARA KAYE MACLEOD Lots of laughs . . . parties and gigs nursing always ready to help. CYNTHIA A. MALCOMB "The moment may be tem' porary, but the memory is forever." High spirited memories of Bermuda party goer rowdy Malc. 'hx X DEBRA L. MALONE "Only that day dawns to which we are awake." T.S. . bombing in my bug A V -party-person . . .versatile S.J. kid Tri-captain Deb. xl MICHAEL J. MALONE "A man must learn to re- spect himself before he can get respect from others." Easy-going . . . true friend ... excells in track hurdler future in architecture ... en- thusiastic Mike. CAROL ANNE MANGINI "l've seen all good people turn their heads each day so satisfied I'm on my way." Never at a loss for words, Ski- ing and tennis ... "What can I say" Mango. LYNNE KAREN MANION "lt's not that I talk too much. it's just that life inside me has so much to say." Our feature twirler . .. talent- ed and vivacious ... F. H. Camp Munion. af NINA MANSFIELD 'tWaste neither time nor money, but make the best use of both." "Moving right along" Steak and Brew ambi- tious, competitive, sophisti- cated Neen. -' fri: I I ,ry-.. Sv. .' - , as-Q 4 - Jet, v .A i. W .1 4 ' L' . ' . , , I .T I fl . . 441.1 .A V V W ' Q 1 ' A I fl N K S' A . LENORE E. MANIKAS "To have a friend is to be a friend." The school dances ... music ... emotional, witty I.. will- ing . .. "I don't care" ... Le- nore. My I lf? 'UN Qs! GERALD VINCENT MANSEAU "A jack of all trades, but a master of none." Personable, strong-willed, non-conformist MOM'S Rt. 30 mechanical engi- neer Gerry. T, T 4... X511- Ma, -of-,1 s. , ,... RICHARD E. MANTZ "Do it when you can, but don't get caught." easy- going . . . hardworker .. . U.S. Air Force motorcy- cling ... Rick. I put S50 down on Sugar Dandy in the fourth. an 41, V ,tv I if L., JE I e - fly? I 3 1 s w .152 -,F . Ji . CARL D. MANUCCI "The quietest person usually has the most to say." Ambitious ... determined .... good-natured ... the Pond .., college ... Nooch. ls F TED MARAKOULOS "I never let my schooling in- terfere with my education." The Greek . . . determined found on the basketball court ... Ted. 1 "E A -:T . 4 -- -, l I 'Y ' I I f ' 4 4 I :AI R,- I X fl . 'Q' , I' I iii PHIL O. MATH "Be like Jello: hang loose" Handsome, well-dressed and suave a real ladies' man Prom '69 happy go lucky . always ready for 3 good time Phil. Whats the matter Harry? Haven't you ever seen Mr. Strong in his gym shorts before? fs RITA MCCARTHY "l have no yesterday, time has taken them away. To- morrow may not be but I have today." 6 I l .i QATHLEEN ANN MCGRAIL II firily youliellevellke Ibe- lieve wr: fl get by " fmiiiipii'-,',ir,ri,itQ. expressive ll.lriiplrir'i Hrrgirli The lkiiir- l.isliiOri ciireer 'i.ifwl friuridly Cfgilh BONNIE JEAN McCORKlNDALE tHitch your wagon to a star." Always laughing well dressed memories of Beach Haven riding active cute . .. Bonzo. H MELISSA J. MCGRATH "We have no time but now to cherish one another," Compassionate not at a loss for words swimming music Cape Cod. ' 'Vflllfi " A MARY LOU MCCOURT "All life is an experiment, The more experiments you make. the better." "Oh, you're kidding?" ... lives every moment un- predictable ... likely to suc- ceed. A I I F I v, I xii, ' Nik CHARLOTTE A. MCGUIGAN "I say to you today my friends, even though we face the difficulties of today and tommorow, we still have a dream." Good natured, talkative Wayne Cape '74 . ,. Moe. CHARLES T. MCDONALD 715 ii' CELIA FEY MAZZA "ln a kaleidoscope of faces, places, things to do You have the vision to see the pattern, you have the focus to make it clear, you have the power to change it all." 6 ov X i JEAN MCGOWAN "I am the most creative day- "Man is nothing but what he dreamer." makes of himself." Talkative unpredictable Athletic easy going ... imaginative ... works on likeable ... sports ... '75 C3FS. .I KATHLEEN MARIE MCINTYRE "Yesterday is a dream of happiness and tomorrow a vi- sion of hope." Happy go lucky . . . loves life ski trip '73 political campaigning Canary ls- land "75 Kathy. hop ... "Let's go" Jeannie. PW! c"S DEIRDRE MCKEATING Loveable full of life straightforward March 11, '75 reading Howdy's ... Pete. 3. V -I lv 0 MIKE MCKEOWN "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing." Athletic ... dedicated .. . basketball ... North girls ... Cape Cod ... "Later" ... Q- Ball. 'C' PATRICIA M. MELANSON STEPHEN MCKEOWN "Crossroads seem to come and go. The gypsy flies from coast to coast knowing many loving ones, bearing sorrow, having fun." Full of life ... basketball ... Steve, kt' 'K 1' 5-:mf I .Q LOIS ANN MENINNO "Live hand-in-hand and to- "Time passes, but the mem- gether we'lI stand on the ory lasts forever." threshold of a dream." Easy-going, likeable, well- Warm-hearted . .. ballet ... dressed . . . Hampton Beach being with Rick Patsy. '74 traveling. 1-G' .AI i BONNIE S. MCKINSTRY "Dreams are nothing but empty wishes 'till someone you love makes them come true . . R o w d y, high-spirited, straightforward parties Sadies Sugarbear. ,-vrfvu KENNY A. MESSOM "They'll have more to say about me when l'm dead and gone." "You've got a problem" determined ... willing .. enjoys snowmobile riding ... a clown . . . Mess. 'STP , . EI I fi? MARY LOUISE MILLER "V f"""J-. wwf 1' "Today is the first day of the rest of your life." .5155 DRB-L -. u- " - . ' 0 U3-sag I S . , . , , , if' . I .'. "Dzis pierwszy ldzienl I I 'I 'I 0 wszystko twoie zyc. '75 ski trip to Austria ... - ture in the armed services ... amicable ... sincere. fu t I 00 Q8 AMER! ' ffl." tmril .islllll 'N -'HF MDI .al MARY ALICE MCLEAN "The stars are a daisy's in the field of night. Come - help me gather them before the light." Our Vice-presudent .. gen- erous A,F.S. summer in Columbia .. talented .. caring Lal. RICHARD A. MILES LAUREN ANN MEDEIROS 'tOne moment of silence at a time of anger will save you a hundred days of sorrow." Conscientious. soft spoken, generous .. concerts. ral- lies Jimmy Laurie. CATHY SUSAN MILLER Athletic 4... active in- "Think " Listen ' Speak t volved in sports '74 Dream " Study " Become." North-South football game Guitar .. . windy and warm ... easy going ... Dick. FQ "Ahhh ... the memories." . loves sailing.. summers in England enthusiastic MII. , r -- .,. L-rim,-W R-1q,0,,,,4 .,- cb.. ffily . nf I -1 i 4 -nil 'll-lllll 5 1 f DAVID MILLINGTON Quiet , . reserved Dave. ,fi Qi SHEILA MICHELE MOLLOY "Come mothers and fathers thru out the land, and don't criticize what you can't un- derstand. Your sons and your daughters are beyond your command. For the times, they are a-changinf' 'Z n" 1 'Q if --bi Quink' Someone tell me what I do next Q-Y' ERIC A MOODY "We all have dreams, some come true, while others be- come plays never to be per- formed." Individual .,. searching ... Alice Cooper Concert . . . for- estry ... "So goes it!" THERESE ANN MORINI "How beautiful is the friend- ship which turns to love, yet how sad is the love that turns into friendship." Sensitive ,.. memories of "73" ... country lover, Terri. ICT? ANN MARIE MURPHY "Let us not all say good-bye in our sorrow for we will all meet maybe even before to- morrow!" Carefree, radiant, high-spirit- ed Ski Trip '75 "That's heaven" Peter. ANASTASIA MARIE MOORE "Generally by the time you are real, most of your hair has been loved off and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby." Loves to write poetry Anne. ,Ht-'CN KATHLEEN ANN MOYNIHAN "We are all Wanderers on this earth my friends, but we are now a special kind, because we were together as one." Parties out going Moyna. JANE E. MURPHY "But it's the laughter we will remember, whenever we re- member the way we were." Spacey ... six-mich's ... North4South '75 Murf. J , N L " xo .A '-,' 1-1 diff'-5 'I J' 'I' ' ""' ff1 ,ff 'fr I -.,'f'Qf.Qg5 7 ".-' f"-X'f'fQJ-if-5' 2 .jf 'Il 'fl --.'-"'.'-Ji-.fgfeflizs MARK MORAN "I'm not planning to die, there's no future in it." A noncomformist com- plex "The City" gamblet A free soul Milty. WILLIAM J. MUNGER Parties . . . a clown . . . caring ... "The next door" ... Bill. KAREN LOUISE MURPHY Talkative unpredictable, straightforward summer '75 Murph. 41 ROBERT E. MURPHY Frosh football . .. easy-golng . frlendly ... The Rock Murph. 1' vis 5 e THOMAS JOSEPH NADEAU "Yes, there are two paths you can go by, But ln the long run, theres stlll tame to change the road you're on." Loves to party . . fun lovlng a clown Nadoo. KATHLEEN V. O'BRlEN "May you always have the freedom to be yourself." Attractive , I true fraend skl trlp ... the Cape ... con- certs fleld hockey "Cucka!" Nantucket .. DWR OB. K G CATHERINE C. MURRAY "Love wlthln and you'll begun smlIln'. there are brlghter days." Emotlonal . petlte .. llkes working wlth chnldren .. a true frlend Cathy. X BILLY NEWTON "The man who cannot laugh IS not only fat for treason, stratagems and spolls. but has whole llfe IS already a treason and a stratagem. So get hugh and laugh." Full of lnfe, free .. Bull. fwf XX ll l VIRGINIA O'DONNELL "Nothlng as forever. sur. mers end, loves don't last, and even mlsery wnll go away." Small ln slze only ... unpre- dlctable ... summer '75 ... cornfields ... 'tWhat did you say?" radlant Kerry. X ,, MARCI LYNNE MYERS "Survlval depends on the to- tal cooperatlon of all people whether thelr world IS a raft, a village a country, or a planet." Quiet "Prom 75" audlovlsual room Marc: .JOM a' ' S v v - - 4 . "OH IIWQ OTI'lF:r VIQVU 'TX P 'qv dr 0 6 7 . 0 4 'av g- -1 F Q Q 2,19-, xi- Ll T " . 'P ' .. 'x 'a-a If- r- '- Q ., , x 'Q .- S f rl., .gtk 1 I FN ., is A BRIAN S. NICOLAQ "I wull have more T l'm gor Carefree enloys spo fSouth ' "lt's nf L. if 'r I STEPHEN O'RElLLY "We all live under the same sky. but we don't all have the same horizon " Happy laughable good-natured Steve. 'Vi .1v 3?'5w ' Q2 f W glgjmg, fi Tv P GERARD OROURKE "Show me a man who says "We do not remember LINDA A. O'ROURKE days. he can live without bread, but only moments. And l'll show you a man April'75 Greg. . who's a liar and in debt." C Linda, ,- Q CHARLEENE E. ORME LAURIE ANN OSTERHOLM "I am not afraid of tomorrow, "Good things come in small for I have seen yesterday and packages." I love today." William White. Legal secretary marriage Fun-loving ... high spirited ... prom of '74 . .. "Shorty" ... talkative ... L.P.N. ... ... always with Barry ... Leenie. Giggles, 40-- Ii tl V NANCY OUELLETTE "Don't let it bring you down, it's only castles burning, find someone whose turning and you will come around." independent, unpredictable ... partying with Chris. ,fu 4"" JILL ANN PAITCHEL ff! ' ' -2. GLENN R. PAGE "Yesterday is but a memory, tomorrow is but a vision, so enjoy living just for today." Future in law enforcement ... ice hockey summer '75 ... easy going . .. Glenn. jc, GENOVEFFA PALMIERI "How deep the ruts of tradi- "Let a smile be your guide as tion and conformity." you travel along life's high- lnquisitive .,. sincere ... way," athletic enjoys reading Sensitive dedicated . Paitch. optimist Italian Club Italy Jennifer. sr' 'x ig X ANN M. PERODEAU Summers in Maine con- certs . . . bursting with ener- gy parties. KRISTA MARIE PERRY "Let not our friendship, like the rose-leaf, wither. But like the evergreen, last forever." Color Guard captain ,.. par- tying . . , "geez' 'u.. thought- ful Kris. ERIC PETERSON , .A e -.naw QW aff ' .- 1-' .:: ,, . . 4?wiw.f 0 . . KATHI PITTS Casual ... friendly ... water "If a life were forever it would skiing Newfound Lake. N.H. determined. lose sincerity and leave it all for tomorrowsf' Oh no. bases loaded and l'm up next. im? .Jfz'i 'avi' vs gi 1 ' 1 ltr' 1 .h Q f 1 sb ea., f.f ROBYN FRANCES POLOMARENKO "I count myself in nothing else so happy as in a soul remembering my good friends." Richard ll, Act 2, by William Shakespeare, Trip to Austria . .. ballet . .. travel. ' HERBERT B. PRESSMAN "All things under the Sun are in tune, but the Sun is eclipsed by the moon." His own man "Mirage" . . . photography . . . high point in life determined. N37 a :RX Ea' Q MARY L. PRUSSMAN DAVID ALLEN PROIA MARK STEPHEN PROIA Determined truthful "Truth conceals itself in er- "Get it while you can." "L's place" summer of ror, history reveals its face: Musical ski trip '74 '75 ... Mare. days of ecstacy and terror in- quiet, vent the future that invents the race." Energetic ... Ski trip '74 concert enthusiast. You, you're the one dk I L l' SUSAN C. RAWLING "Live life. It only happens once." Different . individualistic summers of '74 8175 out at Howdy's . aware . Sue. T' fr K Y W 'A I f ANDREW A ROBINSON 'Go for it now. cause you'll rievfrr fy-t .i ctmnce later " IJr:tf-rrriirirfd friendly p.irtyrn.iri ski trip lit Su- f1,irlm',Ii 51004 rmturerj Aririy H lx ,- vs 9' 1 KAREN ANN READ "The most wasted day is that in which we have not laughed." Versatile petite good field hockey player Ver- mont slopes . . always laughing and smiling Readsie. MIKE ROBY Creative imaginative excels with movies tal- ented .5 Cl SARAH A. QUEEN Sensitive ... individual ... good parties , . . excellent skier ... Vermont S,Q. -'QE Q 'ST'- LAURIE R. RESNEK "I held a dandelion that said the time had come to leave upon the wind, not to return when summer burned the earth again." Sugarbush ... concerts ... talkative determined. fi -v il.,,' W X kk fri, -4 RICHARD ALAN RODMAN "True contentment and the feeling of being free are the best parts of life." Good-natured ... witty ... camp counselor ski trip. lnnsburk, Austria .. "I'll do it later." . . Rick. ix v-- . Q o 1 nm 89:5 ' "fait -nr-' . H, :I , 'e, nf? JOHN R. RIGOPOULOS "Life is either a daring adven- ture or nothing." Cheerful . . . active . .. good athlete . . . the class ski trips ... easy going .,. Riggs. SANTOS S. RODRIGUEZ "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today." Easy-going ... athletic ... loves a good laugh MD. Field . .. Tato. cf LISA J. ROBERTS "One must be fond of people and trust them if one is not to make a mess of life." Captivating ... loquacious outgoing a real New Yorker . ., Lis. 7'S JANICE MARIE ROGERS "A life not lived for others, is a life not worth living." Travel ... Summer of '75 . .. cruisin' Mike's Place un- predictable . .. shy , .. sensi- tive Jan. PETER M. ROONEY "Get the hip boots on, its gettin' deep." Loves to hunt and fish quiet ... memories of Maine ... the swing ... Roosta. rf KYLE ANN SALLS "'Tis the gift to be simple, 'tis the gift to be free, 'tis the gift to come down, where we ought to be." Loyal friend .. . cute . . . ski- ing abroad . . . active , , , Kyle. 'G-'f ' HOWARD E. SCHWARTZ "l've been searching for my dream, a hundred times to- day, I built them up, you knocked them down, like they were make of clay." Non-conforming, spirited . . . "Yes" concert Howie. Gtr CHRISTIAN M. ROSE KENNETH ROTATORI Dentist building a boat ... New Hampshire .M care- free ... unpredictable ... worker Chip. "Life is like perpetual motion, no matter what happens it keeps moving on." Cape Cod ... optimistic ... active M, different ,. , Rota. TED SALUTO ROSANNE SAPORETTI "A bad excuse is better than Carefree . . , good natured none at all." "the hill" courtyard Outgoing .,. talkative ,.. .., art room. Deb art. , -. 1 Viva . ff QNX , ., si Q' X .. M . rv. 'K i X tl LESLEY ANNE RUSSELL "ln the midst of winter, I learned that inside of me was an invincible summer." Marion's loss friendly soft-s oken m sterious D Y Les. KIT CHRISTINA RYAN i'Set aside some time for dreaming." ldealistic .. sincere and un- affected .. animated . unique sense of humor straightforward .. Chris. DEBORAH A, SARNO ii-4 in V "'?2f72?E75 'D 3.1, f , f ,s ,-X X ' LW x 'J -5 . L jf. L 'f I i NANCY MARIA SCAGNELLI Hlt is the friends in my life "And think not that you may and it is the happiness and guide the course of love. for fun, that makes life worth liv- love if she finds ou worth - v v ing. Memories of '75 spirited . . , friendly sg'- QAF' ' Cathy, does it taste as bad as it looks? , V Y H Y shall guide your course. high Nursing career Color- Deb. guard carefree Q F 4' di IOL Prancy. 4 1,9 T"T"'T"' 'ii f 'A x v I- I ' V ,, K 1- tv 6. 'ar f .1 K. 'i. x ELLIOT SHEPATIN CYNTHIA E. SILVER Traveling searching "The capacity to care is the calling patient. thing which gives life its deepest significance." Memories of the Cape .. Austria ., always smiling . sincere full of life ... Cin. f9Q .3-K HELENE N. SILVERBERG "He who is free is not afraid to go to the end of his thoughts." Backpacking in Yosemite . . . ambitious ,. . straightfor- ward unique. What does that smile mean? f-1 LAURA J. SIMMONS "We are always complaining that our days are few and acting as though there would be no end to them." Friendly ... "Come on" ... poised . . . full of pep . . . Lau, -t,, A". i .ft , Q- '75 . .X , KUN 'vt LYNN SLAMIN "Don't put off what you can do today until tomorrow, be- cause if you do it today and you like it you can to it again tomorrow," Riding school, hockey li- kable Salami. DIANE E. SLATKAVITZ "May we forever treasure our memories of life, laugh- ter, and love." Always smiling sensitive . .b.h. the Cape . .. Dip. if PATRIClA ANN SKEHAN "To meet, to know, and then to love someone, is a beauti- ful part of life." Memories of summer '75 .,. active ... lives for today ... Eddie . . . never a loss for words Patty. F11 JOHN M, SLASON "Let all men stride but one step at a time. yet may all men be different" Ma 81 Pa's party Cape Cod . . . creative, expressive. carefree Slayride. ray?-,E M.. . 'Y-. K I ff' as ' ' i -fu " - t fu. X , JA 4 X I xx Ist, Af' i- ' p ,, Il' . ,K . f -e . A 31 ,gh ' ' . ,W ROBERT SLATTERY "The only way to conquer the world is the thorough knowledge of it" Football, North vs. South, '74 MARK SMALL 'The natural world is an averchanging one. Natural :hanges, however, occur slowly, so that life may adapt to change." .Tollege quiet individ- Jalist patient. MARLENE J. SMITH 'He who has the will to win cannot be beaten!" 'ree athletic the Iape ... takes each day as it zomes. X , X STEPHEN M. SMITH x X x a'X -I LI' l DEBORAH M. SMITH "Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." Maine ... minnie noises and Lady Greacian Formula stubborn Deb. RICHARD E. SMITH Always having a good time future in printing Smitty. 'ff' ROBERTA C. SNOW 'The greatest achievement "Save the bones for Henry n the world is to do some- Jones cuz he don't eat no :hing people said you meat." couldn't," Cross country concerts Jn the basketball court ... ... serious ,. . aims high and 'Catch you later" . . . down usually gets there . . . Roe. to earth, dedicated Smitty. See Toby? All those peanut butter and jelly sandwiches really paid off. JAMES ROBERT SOLOMON "The life given to us by Na- ture is short, but the memo ries of life well-spent are eter- nal." '73 ski trip lacrosse ,. casual competitive .. Jimbo. .- x pt MICHAEL A. SOMA RICARDO SOSA "Only a free spirit can soar 'Happiness comes of the ca- through the mystery of pos- pacity to feel deeply, to enjoy sibilityf' simply, to think freely, to risk Skiing .., mysterious ... life, to be needed." complex ... friendly .,. Dynamite ... athlete . Mike. Crystal Rico. Two good friends: Wendy and Sue. T Vi. 11 0' 2. ,. is m ' .ns ROBYN STECHER "Inside me there are these walls of flesh and shadow, fire. color, and warmth. Ren- dering life with each new breath. following in my own time, I have learned the truth of difference." HTFR' "P'Y'f+ r' f U Ui '. yi .N ' ,' I -1 9' t iS "'. f 7 rlLlfLLf,lgL-f4' I zz" i-:-'Z'Z- I " ERIC M SUMMER 'Tomorrow is only yester- day's dreams " Christmas party excels in music, easy going, rowdy "Wow" Clapton ' 1 :Ln .41 Z. .rl 'Zvi 'v-f- . i 3.-' 1' '- Wlpwwi 'I ze cxuitt 41. THOMAS STEFANINI High spirited easy going The Rock Sand Pit ... Burg. F .ii-. '1' N? 1 rr wi L , 7' 3 xx., i JEFFREY M. STONE CAROL C. STORY "The only way to have a "lf you're not afraid to face friend is to be one." the music, you may someday Soccer ... caf "I don't lead the band." know" carefree tall Always ready to help unpredictable Jeff. musical the boat "Fantastic!" -FVNV. 4-x KATHY SUSLOWICH Friendly witty never without her friends horseback riding Kath. 'Ui Y' IQ rs , l fl - I 4 ,f. 5 t4 CAROL A. SUSSMAN BRIAN D. SWANECAMP "Hold last to dreams. for if Concert goer A.W.O.L. dreams die, life is a broken- traveler creative . . winged bird that cannot fly." unpredictable, Semester in Mexico '76 sports . creative . "Thumbs up!" Suss. CYNTHIA ANNE SOUSA "lf the hands of time were hands that I could hold, l'd keep them warm and in my hands they'd not turn cold." Music .,. majorette A.V. twirls with ease fun loving Cindy. X in-Q fa I 'Nils RICHARD B. SUGARMAN "An athlete is uncomparableg he is a mountain among men." Freshman football Cape Cod Ice Cream athletic . . . high-spirited .. . Sug. ,LN at ff f f DAVE SWEET Easy going casual Chapel Hill ... optimistic .,. "Forget it." "'C"'7 JOHN PETER SWIRIDUK JEFFREY S. SYDOW "To achieve is to thrive." Architecture is his pleasure ... Alton Bay can't keep him away motorcycling .. Jeff. Optimistic courtyard in- habitant cruising fu- ture electrician ... "Skins" L,-gr' RICHARD TERASCONI LYNNE THEMISTOCLES Partying ... one of the guys "So on and on I go, the sec- "Ya know?" future ele- rf N' A... ., . 3, . V1g:,25i ,'A li ' f X I 4,.gIf V X ff , 1 .1 X xi KAREN TASSINARI MARIANNE l-l, TAYLOR GERALD TEKUT Likeable ... lots of laughs . .. "The great man is he who, in Individual . enthusiastic the midst of the crowd, keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude." Rapturous ... individual ... classical. . . refined ...Mare calm gentle. IVR ,,-- 45 ... realist. AC' FLORENCE THISTLE LYNN A. THOMPSON Cute caring compa- excels in baseball and onds tick the time out, mentary teacher unpre- sionate Jan. 31 lacrosse soccer ... Curly Q ... Rich. there's so much left to know, dictable ... inquisitive ... ... H.B. and l'm on the road to find determined Florence. out." Fun loving, musical, crazy . . . "Goombye Shick" ... Tish. 'X L. NANCY TOLAN s XX. Pk g RICHARD J. TIERNEY "Where is the laughter that shook the rafter? Where is the rafter, by the way?" Always a laugh ... "Well, ah" truckman Ski trips '74 and '75 Rich. yi ff! My guru told me to do it this way. :Q 6. X ,J 5 l - . c""yu X f f CHERYL ANN TOMASSINI "Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising everytime we fall." "November 74" unique foxy easy going explosive smile ... Cheryl. BRENDA L. TOTMAN "Each soul must meet the morning sun, the new sweet earth, and the awakening stillness aIone." Creative ... complex ... Camp Kenriabec , . . future in asrt Bren, it f V 41 X X I'- I -9 1 ' -X .- T ,gl-f' Swish, Swish Are you sure Picasso started this way? In DOUGLAS F. TRACIA .. and only then, when my dreams become reality, will I be truly happy." Athletic ... unpredictable Summer '75 ... Cape Cod "Tunes 81 Cruisin" ... Doug. che' 1 r A J it 5 BARBARA MAE TU LABA "Life is forgetting about the past but living it up in the fu- ture." Likeable, petite . . . Peter Funway ... party person ... legal secretary Barb. J SUSAN J. TURCHI "The most I can do for my friend is simply to be his friend." Enthusiastic ... "Oh no nev- er!" CXBB Concert '75 No. 19 always laughing bubblegum and C.C. Ice Cream Sue. ,fir DIANE LYNN TRAVIS Party goer born to be wild never without her friends ... unpredictable ... Tootie. I X TODD L. TUNICK "When humanity ends, it won't be with a bang, but with a whisper." Free optimistic kind. PAMELA DENISE TYLER I . "Tener fe en su fuera, es sufi- ciente, porque la realidad es siempre debil." Dares to be different, unique Japan '75 spanish enthisiast .. . escandalosa . , . Oh Tyle. Q." V' KAREN E. TRAVIS "Live the life you love, or love the life you Iive." Individual realist de- termined well dressed. SANDRA A. TURCHI "There are two ways of spreading light, to be the candle, or the mirror that re- flects it." "I'm sure!" CXBB Con- cert '75 talkative Turch. -v-" , .1l" , .1 F1 Ula. , "'r U Y I ll "Isl-fn' .. 1, . 'I I I CHARLES M. UPHAM "When eagle flies high in sky, Beaver cannot build dam with taiI." Athletic . , . easygoing . . . ski trips .. . baseball Chuck. W K I. . . NILDA LUZ VEGA "Por Ia maceta" . . . bursting with energy ... fun loving . . . party-goer . . . small in size only Shorty. -gg 2 Y: it DEBORAH VEZINA imaginative . . . personable . .. friendly .. . Debbie. ini THERESE M. WALSH "The world is a sad place, but I don't want to die." Reliable . . . great partier . . . doesn't take people too seri- ously . . . always found at the park .. . Tacey. 'S A. SHANE VENTU RA LYNNE M. VERDY "Ever drifting down the "Give to the world the best stream lingering in the gold- you have, and the best will en gleam-life, what is it but a come back to you." dream." Traveling across country . . . Wellfleet, May '75 ... sophis- ambitious ... lively . .. Verd. ticated vivacious Shane. .gs-V' 'ifb LAURA WAGNER mil' ' ' sl . 5fgf?J,H'G". 'J-. - 1735 X , " "' ,vf '-1f"7' PAUL S. WALSH Truthful realist kind. "Always wanting to learn something new." inquisitive . . . determined ... conscientious ... pho- tography computers intelligent Paul. RICHARD WARD Intelligent . .. industrious a free soul. WENDY WEBB "My land is bare of chatter- ing folk, the clouds are low along the ridges, and sweet's the air with curly smoke from all my burning bridges." Here he comes! Quick, take the certs whoosh test! 18 V - X I Tv I ,- f LL me x ax 'ts we 1' CYNTHIA LAURIE WELCH MARY ANN WELSCH "When desire dies, fear is "The weed is in the flower of born." my mind." Compassionate, sensitive . .. Sensitive, imaginative career in nursing tennis likes concerts . Scorpio. and sailing ... Cindy. 'W-ti' r"'1 ri STEPHEN B. WHEILDON TERESE NI. WHITE "You are all that you can be, go on and be it." Likeable . . . good-natured tennis buff relaxed ... always smiling ... Terry. KELLEY JEANNE WIGGINS "Life of love, love of life, live hand in hand and together we'll stand on the threshold of a dream." Imaginative, blonde tal- ented skater ski trip '74 ... Keith ... Wiggy. rf Q' Q 'iff' -.Qs-:rl "'f"P". "Pistol Pete will never catch me now." PAMELA JODY WILLEN "The times l've had and the friends l've made from the place l'm leaving will help make better the places I go in the future." Poised, warm hearted Pam .. . Wam. ,K gon if s-...,-'- i DAN WILLIS "lt don't come easy." Carefree cool .. . casual . . . careful. DANA S. WITT .. Reach for the heavens and hope for the future, not what we can be, but what we are." Reserved unpredictable April '75 Paragon Park ... trail riding ... quiet, 5'1:"rf"'A1T? - v.. ,J .. Jig s f .if I Q' 2 CHARLES E. WILLEY "Every time that I look in the mirror, all these lines in my face gettin' clearer." Absorbed in music Navy ... individual Maine '73, '74, '75 A.V. Charlie. JEFF T. WILSON Ambitious ... '69 Toyota ... "Whatever Cochituate Park . . . simple man ... Jeff. ' I .J ' LAURA J. WOLSTENCROFT "If only all hands that reach could touch." True friend considerate, reliable . . . always at soccer games . . . Laura. Q' BRENDA JOYCE WOODWARD "You see things as they are and ask why. but l dream things that never were and ask why not?" Radiant, vivacious ... always smiling Class ski trip '73 ... "All right". iv' STUART J. ZAKON "The enigma of man, argues Beckett, is like the enigma of mathmatical symbol for pi, the secret of the circle: its beginning can be ascer- tained, but its ending vanish- es into the infinite." JUDITH E. ZIMAN "lf you really want to under- stand me, please hear not what I am saying, but what I may never be able to say." Sensitive . . , soft spoken . . . full of pep ... Judy. ROBERTO ZAFFINO Born to be wild Turch's year 327 Vega came out . . . dragging with O. J. ... music ... parties ... full of pep ... "Smoke 'em up!" Zaff. XVN :Wg rf- N3 DEBRA M. ZIGELBAUIVI "Set me adrift, in a sea of hope, l'lI set my sails to a new horizon." Open, outspoken marine biology ... the Cape ... sail- ing... St. Croix '75 ... Nan- tucket involved Zig. SUSAN ZIMERMAN "Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Enthusiastic ... sincere .. . memories of Isreal . . . great poet Sue. "One for you, one for me, one for you, two for me, . I ef' f'- .A 1 is ,xx lxiy D Q, 1 -1-ff" , A ' Z ffm .X ff 1, i 5 ' I 5 1 ! I f f.+ , K fc ELIZABETH ZISIS "Today well-lived makes ev- ery yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomor- row a vision of hope." Kind high spirited warm hearted traveling ... nursing ... Liz. PATRICIA A ZONTINI "We are all joined by a com- mon interest, a common de- votion and love for the sea." Unpredictable ... summer '74 81 '75 ... Dennis Duft's place ,. . adventurous ... Beefer, asf' ,sn JILL A. ZUPAN i'And what is it to work with love? lt is to charge all things you fashion with a breath of your own spirit." Warm personality natural Aquarius loves people exceptional dancer. IN SINCERE APPRECIATION MR. PAUL BRUNELLE For three years you helped us grow - both as a group and as individuals. The in understanding and consideration you showed for each of us will never be forgotten. We can only hope that you will remember us as fondly as we will remember you. it '75 MRS. SOPHIE SAVAS Freshman year we came to you, a mass of bright ideas and enthusiasm. Because of you, we were able to make these ideas realities. Your patience and encour- agement as well as your inexaustible source of energy have made you more than just an integral part of our class developmentg they have made you our friend. I" ,. N. in .pn ou. ...L ... -fu, .,- .,- ii, .,v ,. .,.l,.-I .-',i' n0'.' .ui- ,. I.. . , . - n' rl .l' .41 .-',.' n' .' ,H fl n vw- gr thi pn '. - I Ill 'n ' i v I aw. .. . .4 nu. ,nn v , tn 1 H... f,. s.- it., 5 1 ii- ,v 1..- ll'l'g. Ip..- 1-.., Il' ... '-'-'n'--1 '.... ,- '.'n. 'uf H.. . U,- ...f 1... , .., - ..- , L. ff. 'U nf. ni-'-ti ku.. In '.'.' MR. ALFRED BADGER It must be difficult to take over where someone else has left off and be successful. Few individuals could do it... but you are one in a million. You helped make our senior year a memorable one. Thank-you. -6 3. uname 133EE31'f . r -,f X 1 0 i , J....J.. , MRS. PHYLLIS SEMPLE For four years, you put up with our dismissal notices. late slips, library passes and anything else we brought your way. Through thick and thin, your sparkling per- sonality was never tarnished. You were never too busy to stop and listen. Thank you for letting us know that you care. CLASS OF 1976 A sculptor's creation represents all that he has been, all that he is, all that he hopes to become. Determination and the passage of time will make his dreams become reality. The Class of 76 has been created by most talented craftsmen. Each new line, every curve, represents good times, bad times, and ac- complishments. Our creation is complete. At present, we question the value of it: but, years from now we will realize that together, we have created a masterpiece. .1 'B fd Vx' 1 'ex . x I 1 - A '-I' E' in I ' 'S ' , Ig le 1-'if H 1 TS-sf " , -s - .,.-.,f-, . -- ,I .V 'I 'T 4' .- iw' STEERING COMMITTEE: FIRST ROW: K. Hutchinson tSecretaryJ, B. Heller fPresidentD, M. McLean CVice-Pres.D, P. Fiore tTreasurerJ. SECOND ROW: K. Read, J Murphy, K. Sails, K. Mclntyre, B. McCorkin- dale, J. Isaacson, C. Abelli, D. Goldman, J Rigopoulous, G. Chute. THIRD ROW: K. Har- U vey, K. O'Brien, C. Welch, K. Moynihan, D. Malone, K. Fair, D. Boucini, C. Upham, F. Di vittorio, T. Stefanini. FOURTH ROW: J. Ziman K. Kimball, N. Blacquier, J. Guglielmo, G. Lo gan, C. Malcomb. S. Cohen, J. Belforti, P. Eden, FIFTH ROW: K. Harrington, S. Ventura, S Malloy, P Fosgate, A. Murphy, A. Robinson, S Durkee. -1 4 . .XX 4 ff' I R x R " I .5- 71.5 Q, 5 3-5,3 bv' X ,Q-.fi-L, in-ff f if-' , ,f-N , . . Q, K 5 gh '- 2 75.3, ,.- ,,, .TL,F,Av? I' 1 I f 54- Q. ' qjff' 3559- , " Bbivqjgn Y- - ' .-33-fa.42 5 15.4414 Q f bf-- lf . ,, I 4 . , A I YS' l ,',- V F x shwwbx - 55 I , .4 x 3 I iff' .L-ff ,... 5. -X . -ea ' - 1 aw- ,,w,,f ,yum vw..-, , Q. J M . .AV , Nw ,siv- .47 A A '---4 . 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Hakansson, M. Sousa, P. Grady, J. Hampshire, B. Grossberg, J. Lage. G. Wall, SECOND ROW: L. Falconi, S. Short, P. McGowan, T. Grady, M. McNally, W. Huntoon, E. Adler, E. Wilder, J. Martin, A. O'Donnell, S. Odems, A. Pollinger, J. Anthony, M. l Henderson, T. Wade, M. Martin, G. Wrin, D. Smith, K. Chaves, C. Brosnahan, C. Smith, B. McCorkindale, C. Silver, R. Kelley, D. Wall, L. Willingham, L. Huntoon. THIRD ROW: D. Gold, W. Oosterman, P. Herman, K. Kent, S. Gollger, J. Smith, L. Wilder, S. Apkon, M. Cohen, M. Fortier, S. Swaim, A. Rosenberg, C. Burns, A. Danforth, P. Kabler, B. Avergon. MlSSlNG: T. Bell, T. Dufel, L. Foss, K. Hartt, W. Hartt, D. Knoff, M. Leary, P. Mabrouk, V. Rei J. Savell, C. Story, P. Emory, M. Marder, D. McCormick. ' W i l . i i i I WDC D xl W 'E . f Qi gi .ii :J if l fi I l I 4 , V -a V . ai J 3.2. . Xiw ' . H FIS. Af ORCHESTRA: IN FRONT: A. Ely, Mr. Perrone. FIRST ROW: R. Kelley, M. Fortier, L. Foss, A. O'DonneIl, P. Mabrouk, L. Previte. , L. Provencher, P. Emory, E. Summer, T. Grady, A. Pollinger, E. Adler, R. Rubico. SECOND ROW: M. Henderson, D. Gold, R. 5 AI1apiedi,P. Herman, E. Hakansson, P. Grady, A. Graham, C. Silver, A. Danforth, W. Huntoon, C. Story, S. Golliger, L. Falconi, r W. Lawson, W. Webb. M. Shapiro. THIRD ROW: G. Wrin, D. McCormick, P. McGowan, M. McNally, J. Hampshire, S. Short, J. Lage, M. Sousa. C. Smith, N, Downey, K. Hartt, D. Goldman, J. Savell, L, Huntoon, K. Kent, G. Wall, T. Lage, W. Oosterman, S. . Apkon, J. Smith, B. Friedman, Mr. Richter, P. Kabler, B. Grossberg, MlSSlNG: T. Bell, L. Blumer, R. Cripps, B. McCorkindale. S. Odems, M. Leary, G. Oliva, C. Sousa. gr' Z J 4 'V . ,,A,,., -, , . M-. A fQ,, l -GETS . Qlffff.. -3- l l , ' .'.L , ,.,. . --.-r--+- +- 4 - X1--1.-M -- BOYS Gl,CE CLUB: L. Goodwin, A, Downey, J. Lage, G. Wall, T. Lage, M. West, R. Alzapiedi, J, Rosenburg, M, Ware, A. Danfortrl, C. Manseau, Mr. Perrone, A. Ely, P. CavallerL..Pw Savas, D. Estey. MISSING: M. Brown, S. Odems, E. Summer. A ,E , V l ,1,....:'i . . -as 9. 'fl k . ii ... 1 'l lil' l- lf' 'QlD-t-- - " .fav l A . , Y 55? 5 Q 3 Y, hluu.a.sna. it 5 an E52 ami v-0-xmzwwv-vvvf-v--v-T---f .,f., Y 'll : - l' . V YIK' . Ei' S 4, ff, -Nw.-.-LN-. 1 .... 0. ,. I, 1 P li 1 P' ,ua 41 4 Q.. ....L.. f I ' L.l.L..J-g . C ' O 7 .af . ' W i .. 01 . f 5' P 'quzgn d 7 iifgiiig . ",g2e'i,'?'QE : Ahmaajlan,A.e J. ,,ggal,Anaefs0n,N.Aykanaan4Mfeaer, R. Ben-iviaof, o. Bertrand. L. sander, L. Blumenthal .4 HFWHII- ' on. L. Casella. " .'lChiarello, B. Childs. Kflfmrmiitian. M. Corcoran, D. Crlpps. J. Crosby. M. Dalton, A DelPret D. Devine, J. Devine, T. Dewi A1 Qoivney, N. Downey, L. Evans, D. Falone, l.. Faulkner, C. Gentili, K. Glynn, A. Goldin, D Goldman, L. win, S. Harding, E. Henning, A. Hopkins, K. Hudson, J. Jrolf, M. Kelley, M. Kelley, R. Kelley, J. Koffler, J. Kramer. C Latham-Brown, M. P, . ' fC. Manion, N. Mansfield, R. Marks, S. Marloe, C. Mazza, R. McKenzie. R. Nathan, J. Nezvesky, P. Noble, P. O'Grady, L. Previte, R. Rodman, R. Savell, K. Scanlon, M. Sldman, C. Snyder, W. Tescnner, L. Themistocles, B. Tognacci, J Travis, L. Valanzola, T. Ware, D. Wheet, E. Wright, P. Kenny. , .. -B . A CAPELLA CHOIR: lN FRONT: L. Goodwin. Mr. Perrone. A. Downey. FIRST ROW: E. Sumi1'If6If..B,jNZ2DLEdI1LDkfj ' Phipps, D. Goldman, A. DelPrete, S. Abrams, J. Chase, A. Cohen, D. Wheat, C. Mazza, A. Brown, Lffhemistdciesr-PrChiareIlU, . Conserva, R. Savell, T. Ware. K. Scanlon. SECOND ROW: D. Estey, K. Beaver, M. McLean, V. Bagley, L. Carlson, R. Rodman, R. Kelley, C. Latham-Brown, R. Goldberg, R. Lewis. C. Gentili, D. Devine, P. Noble, T. Dew, J. Ahmadiian, D. Cripps,I1,nD9yvney. THIRD ROW: C. Cavalieri, P. Savas, A. Ely, J. Rosenburg, L. Casella, P. O'Grady, B. Avergon, B. Rivers, M. West, S. Fishman, Cgfmahseag, L. Binder, K. Kirpatrick, D. Voisard. K. Christian, L. Faulkner, M. Baer, M. Anderson, M. Ware, MISSING: D.dBQf!fQQQ,fMifiBlfU9U Devine, K. Glynn, C. Happy, A. Hopkins, A. lssacs, T. Lage, G. Wall. . A . . .. .H . lg 4 lQ1s.'fg?1IT'.l1's. ' . .V .. .. ., ,-.,.,.. ...,-..l-....,..- ff. f ' on--' 1i"?'+"'ii -- - .. ....Lf?"........l A - -- - -V -v--V . ..,: ., , qi.: -- -..-...km ,,, ...,,. ....zv.- ms "w' . I I v 84 . . - I :li I 4 I 4.4! I I , ' I il Q . if '. MADRIGAL: FIRST ROW: D. Knoff, T. Dew, A. Downey, Mr. Perroni. S 3 N : ROW: R. Goldberg, R. Savell, K. Christian. THIRD ROW: M. Ware, C:,,Md,r1sJeH L FOURTH ROW: e. Avergon, K. Beaver, FIFTH ROW: D. Goldman, J. Hampshire '- P. O'Grady, J. Rosenburg, L. Casella, P. Savas, L. Goodwin. MlSSlNGgiD.fBl5fig Q' G. Wall. ' MIXED CHORUS: Sue Abrams. J. Ahmadjian, R. ! Ben-Moar. D, Bertrand, L. Binder, L. Blumenthal, A. Chiarello. E. Childs, K. Christian, M. Corcoran, D. Dickmann. A. Downey, N. Downey, A. Ely, D. Estey L Goodwin, C. Happy, S. Harding, E. Henning, A. l Brown, J. Kramer, J. Lage, T. Lage, M. Lavin, A. Levy, C Nathan, J. Nezvesky, P. Noble, S. Odems, P. O'Grady Scanlon. C. Snyder. J. Sullivan, E. Summer. L. Ware, T. Ware, M. West, D. Wheet, E. Wright, J. I .,,, 1 JAZZ BAND: FIRST ROW' J. Savell B. Freedman, S. Odems, G. Wall, P. Mabrouk, A. Pollinger. SECOND ROW: P. Grady, A Graham, L. Huntoon, N. Downey, Cv. Smith, P. McGowan, R. Grossberg. THIRD ROW: M. Henderson, M. McNally, P. Herman. R Cripps, R. Alzapiedi, J. Hampshire, W. Oosterman, S. Apkon, J. Smith, Mr. Perrone. MISSING: A. Downey, T. Lage, E. Summer. D Falone, E. Adler, G. Oliva, D. Gold. i D. Creasia. C. Bryant, S. Ventura, K. Kimball, J. Murphy. SECOND ROW: 1 .an 1 X 4 41' J V CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW: T. O'Rawe, J. Travls, B. Hnllman, V. Cobb, L. Carroll, L. Heffernan, P. McKinstry, K. fmII.lnt SFCOND ROW M lovvls, R. Cohen, L. Breslow, K. Balkarn, D. Esperlan, lvl. McKeown. . X FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: FIRST ROW: J. FoIeyCCo-Captainb, T. D'AngeIo CCO-Captauny, SEC- OND ROW: T. Varges. E. LeMnre. J. O'ConneII, L. Manahan. THIRD ROW: L. Decuna. D. Fulton, L. Guerra, B. Lunny. K... Go, Go! Get 'em, Get 'ernl Let's go get 'em, get 'eml Go get 'em, go! Go get 'em go! ,'l15!f'o Rio" I 311- " it POM-POM GIRLS: S. Turchi, L. Provencher, J. Coburn, D. Doody fCo4captainb, K. Corragan, C. Sslver, K. Carrol, J. Jones, C. Convery QCaptainp, L. Carlson, K. Christian, J. Kelley, A. Burke, C. Gentili fCo-captianj, L. Alfano, E. Upham, J. Pearson, D. Goodwin. Thanks for everything, Lynne. We love you. I i , . L - ' x - JN..- --Lf-L: -"' "YM ,Qflff K t w -1 -1 '1 ' "l AW71 '-Hx' I ,:"""'vT" mm Y' 1 1 '1 1 '1 N F' " in ..'I'iil""TQ7..--Zllg ."""'l"'. ,.Jq""'N.- - rx C, . . J, A vs. O -' H I 1 AV 53 1 , L ll., . A C A A Pg" . . 3, ' ' .I ' 1 . ' -fs an A L X yNu u L X '55 ' . v- ' X. x 'XI . K L ,J A 4. v .-s3,, . -4 2.9:-J' - . .SP- 5311-A rf is fe 11 .f"'r , f - -.1-+ ,,...,.aa U-1 - , .,, ,M , .4-b-,., 'f'- -,I X- L "."'wii".,lvr....43.,w'Vw ' 17" 4 I' ' ,, .Y , .. .1 ff' . . , L . w X A . . - -'-r ' ..f. f . , ' ' ' v. , . . , A , h -,,. . .. V . , ,-,,- K , , , .. - wg - .. 5 . V. 1.-,sb 1 I N m . . , - A I . .- -h yn..--, , .-Y, -' -. -. .rd-..I.'A .-' " .f . . : -:Q'41'. , . .. ..' ,- -wx" .2 -riff' .- . . . . MAJORETTES: S. Capstsck. D. Martin, P. Roberts. N. Lewis, L. Wrasman, D. Falone CCaptainJ, L. Casella. C. Sousa, R. Savell, D. Nardini, A. Coburn If COLORGUARD: FIRST ROW: L. Jordan, L. Evans, K. Perry CCaptair1J, S. Gurney, J. Capizzi. SECOND ROW: C. Ryan, C. Palumbo, S. Hendry. N Scagnelli, M. Taylor, C. Beaver, R. Goldberg, D. Teshner. X , I f WK! I BEST' 'V 34, 74,76-e rex A ,,.1n , '.f,:,I,:'?,, v E 'I 5 F K 1 ".'fA1-3 ' 1' df .- T, TQ I SB Ai TUBY B . nn1"" ' A ' . .F ,V , .Mx Q 1 . , 2 Q, Alu J-lf, Q k ., J 'H RALLIES RALLIES LLIES RALLIESRA RALLIES RALLIES LLIES RALLIES RA RALLIES RALLIES LLIES RALLIES RA RALLIES RALLIES FRENCH CLUB: FIRST ROW: P. Mason, tSecretaryJ, S. Eysmann fPresidentD. K. Beaver CVice Presidentl, J. Carroll CTreasurerJ. SECOND ROW: K. Dick- man, T. Black. D. Messana. C. Towne, M. Demoraes, L. Leary, D. DiRado, D. Crasia, S. Marloe, J. Myers, Ms. Weber CAdvisorb, Ms. Mack CAdvisorJ. THIRD ROW: M. Dalton, D, Doody, M. Doherty, A. Choe, M. Finn, L. Manion, E. Wilder, L. Crowley. C. Swain. FOURTH ROW: C. Dyer, K. Miller, A. Brennan, A. Shear, L. Supeno, K. Carroll, W. Greb, S. Miller, S. Gurney, J. Doe. FIFTH ROW: B. Fitz- gerald, N. Dickman, H. Homanotf, R. Steinberg, R. Bagley, B. Rasman, N. DeWolfe. MISSING: L. Foss, C. Story, R. Kelley. SPANISH CLUB: FIRST ROW: M. Sna- piro, T. Gappin, J. Holbrook CSecre- taryj, M. Brown fTreasurerJ, P. Tyler Cvice-presidentp, J. Jones CPresidentJ, F. Feola, L. Falconi. SECOND ROW: L. Evans, Donavan, M. Gonzales, D, Witt, M. Myers. M. Rodriguez, L. Loman, C. Sussman. THIRD ROW: Ms. Antonio, M, Finn, L. Myers, P. Bolstad, L. Werner, M. Alba, L. Kelley, K. Berenson, L. Ober, M. Jordan, Ms. Jope CAdvisorl. LANGUAGE CLUBS Interest in the language clubs is growing every year. We have been able to generate active membership and exciting ac- tivities in Italian, Spanish, Lat- in, German, and French Clubs this year. The highlight of our year in the Italian Club was the organizing and carrying out of the Interna- tional Festival. This proved to be a great success despite be- ing postponed due to two snow days. The trip to see Man of La Manche at the Chateau de Ville was a fun-filled and most inter- esting evening for the Spanish Club. The Latin Club held its an- nual Roman dinner as well as viewing a Latin Play. Holding French parties, eating a scrup- tious French dinner, as well as viewing a play were high points for the French Club. All of these activities brought us a deeper feeling and under- standing of the languages as well as the countries they re- present. LATIN CLUB: FIRST ROW: K. Spector. D, Dirado, T. Black, C. Towne, C. Co- burn, J. Meyer, D. Crupps, C. Dyer. SECOND ROW: L. Lnverrnan CSecre- taryb, C. Silver CTreasurerJ, W. Steun fPresIdentJ, E. Rosenberg CVIce-presI- dentb, Miss Vancavage CAdvIsorp. THIRD ROW: J.Ahmad1Ian R. Byne, J. Sales, A. Brennan, R. Glaser, H. Solo- mon, J. Carroll, B. Sawyer, P. Bolstad. A. Rosenberg, C. Gladstone, L. Pro' vencher. MISSING: A. Zimmerman, J. Leonardo, P. Mabrouk, R. Aronson, R. Roberts, P. Zakon, D. Vogel, A. O'Don- nell. ITALIAN CLUB: FIRST ROW: Miss Guc- ciardi CAdvisorJ, D. Chipianni, J. Pal- mieri CPresidenO, C. Fornaciari Cvice- presidentb, S. Turchi CSecretaryJ, B. McGuire, G. Oliva. SECOND ROW: L. Decina, L. Heffron, R. Tomassini, B. Erickson, B. Fiore. L. Carrara, N. Di- vins, D Voisard, M. Zaffino. THIRD ROW: E. Leverone, P. Renzoni, L. Guerra, L. Alfano, E. Uppham, S. Tur- chi, M. Neri, R. Paolnni. FOURTH ROW: K. Rjmanazzi, S. Tessicim, C. Runvo, D. Tracia, L. Vigilio, K. Mariana, R. DI- censo. CLUBS .vpn T gl I A IX: GERMAN CLUBT FIRST ROW: K. Fell Nice-presidentj, G. Dallapo CSecretary-Treasurerb, A. LaCroix, QPresudentJ, Mrs. Rubesku CAdvisorJ. SECOND ROW: E. Zisis, P. Walsh, J. Pearson, D. Bernstein, T. Dufel. A. Cnoe. THIRD ROW: M. Price. E. Wnlder. A. Dallapo, L. Huntoon, D. Essigrnann, T. Black, W. Huntoon, M. Joseph. 'T I ,I 15' - X Q 1 mi! v,,, .fgv in N ' F F2515 tr 4 .. 'V' 's mxr' A X I ' A. . 5 . 3 ..- vb :tr 4' T' Xp' A 'H GU ir?" HV' wif .7 f , o o 4 SPEECH CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Convery, C. Shevrin, I. Cooper, P. Kilirnnik CPresidentJ, S. Fried, Mr. Sosny CAdvisorJ. MISSING: E. Pressman, B. Rivers, K, Ryder, K. Feinstein, R. Goldberg. . ,ir s 1 'Vinny L 05 19 SKI CLUB: FIRST ROW: A. Casavant, J. Howard, R. Alden, V. Howard, J. Doe, G. Thomas, P, Boone. B. HartfSecrataryJ, K. BeaverfTreasurerJ, J. Beaver, B. Goldstein, L. Heffernan, A. Degozzaldi, B. Fiore, D. Malone, J. Doe, B. McCorkindale. SECOND ROW: Mr, EngvallCAdviserJ, V. Krikorian, H. Tomilinson, B. Erickson, N. Shaffer, K. Gross, J. Herendeen, D. McCormick, J. Taylor, G. Gerome, J. Rosenberg, C. Abelli, R. Goldbergfv. Presidentb. B. RosenburgCPresidentD, J. Austin, P. Tosti, J. Decollibus. D. Jacobs, L. Supeno, C. Duane, A. Sullivan, E. St.Andre, S. Durkee, K. McCormick, S. Tomlinson, F. Prine, G. Logan. . -gf ' is wm "' ' x CHESS CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT: R. ward, K. Summer, J. John, 'T. Cass. CLUBS SCIENCE QUIZ TEAM: FIRST ROW: C. Hom- mel, P. Mabrouk, M. Oakes, P, Walsh, S. Becker. J. Jachowicz. SECOND ROW: J. Car- roll, N. Dickmann, H. Homonoff, S. Miller, B. Fitzgerald, G. Bassan, J. Herendeen, B. Tolle, Dr. Meegan tAdvisory. AUDIO VISUAL: FIRST ROW: M. Brown, M. Myers, C. Sousa. M. Paquette, R. Lewis, D. Naas CA.V. Directory, D. Witt, K. Christian, D. Cripps, D. Walsh. SECOND ROW: G. Dick- mann, N. Dickmann, R. Ward, B. Fitzgerald, M. Paquette, L. Previtt, L. Werner, L. Crone. THIRD ROW: J. Baum, K. Lebo, R. Pedulla, G. West, B. Houey, P. Mason, R. Steinberg, R. Byne, T. Cass. MISSING: G. Manseau, P. Lewalder, C. Manseau, C. Willey. f R "' .ll .Q W4 'ILQ . f"W n gli' VFY CLUB FIRST ROW D Creasia. M Kulkin, R. Sugarman tPresidentJ, H. Silverberg, R. Glazer. ,ICOND ROW D Smith. J Taylor, P Anderson, K Antalek, S. Barnes, L. Resnek, J. Ahmadiian. Mr. VYIVUTIJTI rAf.Iifv,orl THIRD ROW M. McCourt, J. Jones, J Carroll, G. Pappas, J. Herendeen. .NN STRATEGY AND TACTICS CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Bertolino, tPresidentD, J. Gable, J. Magnotta, A. Gillard, C. Willey, P. Walsh. MISSING: E. Van Vliet, A. Dvorkis, T. Cass. C. Hommel. 1 " PING PONG FIRST ROW J Broseghnm K Marloe, B. Babine, D. Clopek, G. Chute. F. Coots T Luker SECOND ROW R Desumone P Lewis, L. Hillman, D. DeCarIo, D. Sweet, C Shaw L Conlun P Rogaushuo C Crone MISSING: A. Sebastian, A. Rivkin, M. MicIneI- A 71' "ll," it 5. . 'ar f-z 1' 1... I 1 av f 1, fl f . 4. na ,'Y'iff+,"a:ffbf?,A+f 'Q-A, Q, 7 ' 4252 1,3 'gf V '- 7, Ali 1'-V V ., ,IQ ' jg, ' -Q., 4 -' Jin.. 1:?Q5Eh'4IiLI'23 A 1- 3 X I J A I fx COMPUTER AIDES: LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Thaler. R. Byne. J. Mlskmus, Mr. Sousa. IAdvusorI, M Fleushr man, S. Goliger, C. Pappas, Y.E.S. PROGRAM Y.E.S, - Youth Exploration Services gives students the opportunity to ex- plore various fields of interest for academic credit. The subject of ex- " ploration may range from a hobby to a possible career choice. All work done is strictly volunteer. This year, students involved in the program could be found working at the hospi- tal, elementary schools , the Learn- ing Center for the Deaf, Project Headstart and the Danforth lvluse- um. , gf' B f VT' V' fJp,f x VVQRK STUDY The Work Study Program provides students an op- portunity to continue their education as they gain work experience under school supervision. This year students were employed in a variety of occupations throughout the community. Approximately one hun- dred businesses and professional offices cooperated to make our program effective. The program has become an intergral part of the curriculum here at South High, and we hope it will continue to serve students for many years to come. 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', "JS,-"7' . ff ur ' 4 :Z PN ,.,.1-'. f. - is -an auufwte- 5 4.4, .s . .-if.:-ti gan hav c..g.v.s.-mSiLs..v. wx Helene Silverberg - School Committee Representative Allan Levine - Alternate Representative 4- -4- f 4 ,I L' 'XJ .T"' ' -0' ., I" A fgAff32Q,. ef' ff 5' 'z A. . .,j4",+ 4. A ' Us-'-5 5 ir. t I 4 J' L' L ' Q. if " ff ' l -,. , - 1.x:s K ' , , ,X if .,., V, -- .-. N -1 1 ' -. p ' - .H i,,.-05,3-"S. - J. n .f- Aff 'ji Yi, -f ' he ,Jw ' f 1 QQ. if ' A ff' 1-A G. A fp -' - .N . . . '-f "i-init wi , ' -V N ., - - F4 L, -.K glub . 5 h 1 Y :Riff--aaii'?"'f 1:31 .F 1,91 - r- A .X A ' ,AU F , t ,' 'Q lv""ff"' 'N '71 ,, ' V' iq' tl ' ".?'f' - j. '--'Q - f'QfA"'?-,K v A 77 .Ili . ' 5 ,, 11.75 7s,.:,: ,A . ,:j,N'.-twig ?,7?i'i,,' f g,-i':g- A hxnl' 5: 1 . 5.-qi, , 5.1 . 1xJi'L-.'Xm',g"5: ' 'T 'Ai "Y L"" , 3,52 -. .. HS.. ' i' I. tif? V'-1-1 I-'Q--.ts If-fc 5 AA-'J :A Stuart Zakon - Regional Representative Neil Shaffer - Alternate Representative agp.-PM NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY This year's National Honor Society was the largest ever here at South. The attitude and participation of our members led to a gratifying and successful year. We undertook many new as well as many traditional projects. The tutoring program, the Christmas Project, a walk-a-thon benefitting Framingham's senior citizens, and a book sale were the high- lights of our year. xx-f Tx " L ix A Q , .QQV 'HA .,. . X S 4' af.,f . -A,, qp. 'N 2 " 'ff' r G3 FRONT ROW: L. Manson tRecording Secretaryj, S. Zimmerman fTreasurerJ, D. Zigelbaum CPresidentJ, K. Harvey Nice-President! M. Hickey fAdvisorJ. SECOND ROW: R. Kelley, B. McCorkindaIe, S. Eysmann, L. Ober, M. Jordan, L. Jordan, L. Potischman, W. Ross K Read. M. McCourt, M. McLean, L. Resnek, K. Noonan, H. Silverberg, D. Smith. THIRD ROW: L. Filipe, D. Malone, S. Cohen, M McGrath, C. Silver, D. Wilks, N. Scagnelli, E. Adler. D. Goldman, C. Miller, K. O'Brien, P. Noble, R. Savelle, L. Verdi, L. Liverman FOURTH ROW: S. Queen, P. Kilimnik, C. Ryan, J. Ahmadjian, R. Marks, C. Story, L. Kranseler, K. Harrington, A. Dvorkis. M. Kahn, C Bartolini, P. Brown, D. Doody. C. Gentili, B. Morris. FIFTH ROW: W. Greg, K. Johnson, S. Childs, L. Foss, M. Williams, P. Hinckley, M Ablondi, J. Dudek. J. Howard, G. Hobson, D. Comtobad, L. Supeno, B. Rosenberg, M. Berardi, J. Dudek, K. Antalek, K. Childs, B Sawyer, C. Carroll, L. Caseli. SIXTH ROW: W. Stein, L. Huntoon, B. Heller, B. Fitzgerald, R. Steinberg, N. Dickman, H. Solomon, D Clopeck, D. Gordon, D. Blatt, A. Levine, J. Carroll, P. Walsh, R. Grossberg, J. Hampshire, N. Schaefer, P. Mason, R. Glazer, M Kulkin. im 7' of E '-'pi This year "Communication Within the School Community" was our theme for the Student Government Coalition. The monthly assembly program and the North-South Dance for Cerebral Palsy were projects successfully undertaken. We were also helpful in establishing rules for library and cafete- ria use. Becoming involved in both school and town activi- ties resulted in our generating a responsive and cooperative body. ,I I I i ' 3 51V Q ,Jigga ,4 . Wan FIRST ROW: P. Mason CSecretaryJ, C. Miller CPresidentJ, S. Cohen fvice Presidentb, C. Bartolinni CTreasurerJ. SECOND ROW: S. Becker, S. Zakon, W. Ross. J. Foley, L. Carroll, N. Mansfield, A. Zimmerman, K. Ryan, L. Manion, J. Ventura, D. Clopeck. THIRD ROW: D. Taylor, J. Fuhrman, J. Goldman, A. Abrams, J. Sullivan, S. Cannon, D. Goldman, R. Goldberg, S. Aronson, M. Cohen, M. Bliss, L, Guerra, N. Shaffer, R. Steinberg, D. Blatt. MISSING: S. Abrams, A. Barnstone, C. Silver. Mr. Zinkievich CAdvisorj. STUDENT GOVERNMENT 4 RAVHIOQL W ww-,fw Deafnzfvl, 556 ,JNMII Q :T T ki1ZZfZ'ha4fc5 lllumlr s rp:-m. 45 N A ' f' MN.- , ,fs L.. ,JK sk 5 x-'aA 'Tefc I 6.3 ff .ef gf "tx-ix Q- XJ 1 -A gf A .I ' ,I 'K xl rv ' rg' , gn Ri iv . N' . K . I 5 rw N 1 C. gf 4 Y 1, Wav, N. 5 , gg g ff-5' JL ,u, X N SENIOR PLAY f J Y i ms X l A" 17 fig. D DRAMA The Drama Club has been busy this year selling tickets, publiciz- ing and producing plays, going on field trips and planning the annual Drama Club banquet. We also introduced to South High its first student directed play, The Game. We feel we have provided our members with an opportunity to experience drama in its many forms, so that all may learn to truly enjoy and appreciate the fine art. W PCTCRNICHOLS' fir? Q .fb D 0 O 5 DQ ' 1 0 1 CD 7 - 0 B Q 0 Z O 5 0 -- fiiff gli, Tpix -' , 5 ,fifilf "lF-QX 252:-NX' hm Xxx- X A7 ,QQ ' 'ifflik ll A ill X ff il can i ' ' 1' ff 5 , ill lk f l ,, i Rl I I ivy' b l 1 i ' l" ' X ' if i it fi, Q, yt 1 fj,y f ,. iw, , X6 - l L f l"4f , f' ' 'WW -3 1.5 LF - f vHm5pg.gga, 4 -S. , "1 ' , . S i.4 If -5 1 .Jk'jf7 LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Walsh, P. Kabler, B. Rivers, S. Zakon Cdirectorj, I. Cooper, A. Ely, R. Roberts DRAMA CLUB: FIRST ROW: D. Knoff CSecretary9, P. Kilimnik CPresidentJ, W. Stein CTreasurerD. SECOND ROW: K. Ryder, C. Gladstone, A. Rosenberg, D. Vorsard, N. Divens, A. Borwn, A. Levy, L. Evans, Mr. Pimes CAdvisorJ, E. Henning, L. Ober. L. Casella, D. Cripps, A. Geller, A. Jordan, L. Leary, R. Kelley. THIRD ROW: E. Adler, L. Cron, S. Brandon, S. Becker, J. Gartz, S. Fried, B. Toile, P. Kabler, R..SaveII, B. Croft, N. Downey, M. Baer, M. Kelley, K. Dickman, K. Beaver. FOURTH ROW: B. Avergone, E. Hakanson, M. Miller, L. Foss, P. Kenney. C. Shevrin, J. Nezvesky, K. Feil, N. Aykanian, I. Cooper, D. Bernstein, A. Gillard, K. Griffin, J. Levine, J. Woake, E. Gabor, K. Miller, A. Giamarco, A. Ely, M. Ware. IVIARY ALICE IVICLEAN COLUMBIA I spent the summer of 1975 learning, sharing and growing in Columbia, South America. I felt reborn in a world where I was surrounded by new and exciting circumstances. I was independent and felt proud to be succeeding on my own. The people of Columbia are gracious: their cities are charming. One cannot imagine the quaint straw roofed stores, burros laden with coffee, white cement churches and luscious smells. Whether doling out pesos to city street orphans or sipping aquardiente in a luxurious "clu- bos" - I was filled with excitement and gratefulness for an experience I will never forget. ,'55r"""Q X I rw SUSAN CANNON ENGLAND My year in the United States has been a truly memorable experience. The year 1975-1976 has meant so much to me thanks to my wonderful host family, the local A.F.S. chapter and all the members of the school. The welcome and support I received from everyone will never be for- gotten. The year I spent in America was a busy one. Starting with my summer in Maine and continuing on through the school year, I found myself constantly being introduced to new and exciting things. Rallies, sporting events, drive in movies and breakfast at Bickford's, came to be a way of life. I also was fortunate enough to travel throughout the country thus enabling me to see a score of cities from Washington D.C. to San Francisco. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped make my stay in America a success. i ,,cf A U 44" 1 STUDENT CRIER Those of us here at the Student Crier were pleased with the results of this year's publi- cation. We experimented with a new format. and included extra-curricular as well as school activities in our coverage. It has been an enriching, growing, and learning exper- ience for the staff, the editors-in-chief, and the advisor. il: . -i, -Us ,Q f .ffm g Af' 9 I " :J .1 TT -I 'A I I 4 f"T'f 'Eta-.f if FIRST ROW: M. Apkon, J. Solomon, S, Eysmann, A. Casavant 4EditorJ, W. Greb lEditor7, K. Beaver, G. Hobson, R. Glaser, J. Slason. SECOND ROW: K. O'Brien, J. Palmieri, B. McCorkindaIe. G. Logan, D. Malone, E. Goldman, R. Cohen, K. Snyder, A. Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: J. Jachowicz. S. Miller, P. Carpenter H. Homonoff, P. Walsh, S. Becker, M. Brown, L. Crowly, Mrs. N. Baldwin CAdvisorJ. MISSING: K. Lennard, R. Heller, K. Fair, C. Miller, S. Durkee, S. Zakon, L. Manion. f. A " . ,Q HER . 'D 5100281 CR ii f" 7 'Af-41-.. . I 4' ' ' ' r s f E I N,-Z ir at M I 'I ' Q" ccn' B .lik .f 94 . - ' If r'ee. Q A x . I0 lhflzsi .1 '.5IUPE!!L!i5i , N -f.."- .ii g x xi' ..'- ' Y rd' D fi Q, I '- W . ,-51" ' -f I - '- 7 ffjg X I gum: '-'K ' 5 fl 'MISS vlwssrsx - - 25 - jj. 1. b L-:.,:L.ifl'f:i ' L L 3-'ASW'-I J -fvgfhw .-.......... ...lim , , in 241 Ai' THE PAGE The 1976 edition of The Page was an extremely suc- cessful endeavor. Our large and enthusiastic staff spent many hours choosing a num- ber of artistic, musical and literary selections which re- flect the talents of our stu- dent body. Our work result- ed in a publication of which we are very proud. q'i'f'f'f' FIRST ROW L Evans A Zimmerman C Noonan M Price L Crowley SECOND ROW: M. Kahn, R. Coehn, K, Ryder B Fitzgerald R Marks THIRD ROW M Doherty M Joseph. A. Brennan, M. Brown, K. Miller. FOURTH ROW H Silverberg D Donovan M Neri S Zimmerman fEditorJ, Mrs. Duffy fAdvisory MISSING: I PHILOIVIATH Like a brief biography of precious years, the Philomath captures some scenes of what our high school years have been. The cre- ation ofthe Philomath began with the intent to preserve the moments of our high school days. The spirit of the school, our achieve- ments and our expressions are reflected through pictures. In the late hours, magic worked to arrange the pictures, and from them form pages. The pages which express all that we have strived for, have accom- plished, and have been, are our memories never to be forgotten. .I Zvi' '-. A 0 . P: 'a - L.,'N xi'-f , if - ' - Q, N 'gn Q D 4'?"'il . iv 5.141 A f' .1 IPW Q , -gg.ns4lll 192 ' wuwili EDITORS: FIRST ROW: C. Hatch fAdvisor9, P. 7aido CBusiness Advisory. SECOND ROW: J. DeColInbus. D. Goldman. S. Eysmann, J. Jachowicz, J. Ahmadjian, K. Harvey. THIRD ROW: R. Grossberg, M. Berardi, L. Roberts CCo-Editorj. C. 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FQKYFSY .1 fn '.f 'f -" gil: .572 N' ,Z f-uf' 5: Q :GF X 31 ' ' T Tmhiif 5:5 i A -,,:,i.x, , 'I " .A .25 "1 ll"?u!l,s'.E.l.,2: - A1 225 Eg? 'Q X35 . - 1753. f.--:f3"Q'l- V " " 'f. ". " X 'wirfzf "ne -. . If- 'iff' -. Inf' 'Q A NTP? iii' -X N':'- ., ' ,W .ngie - X. , f ' 53: 17' - L 'iiri 'ssl-5 HQ' . -ff ,-gf. M- I I ire.-I !" . , ri f X I 7 E I B I R- il k I l Joan DeCollibus l Mic Mac I Mic Mac Indian, Living on the land of freedom and peace. I am a Princess, Giving peace to all mankind. Giving all the land that was once mine, To show that I am kind. Mary Bernard The serendipities and the outlets Of simple, whole-hearted goofiness The give and the take of continual reassurances in times of doubt. The The good times shared together and memories when they're gone The and joys, the silly fun, the laughter the giddy giggles. The and touching of souls, healing of hurts the excitement of discovering the common problems of growing up. The strength needed to love and trust yourself found in friends' loving and trusting you. And when the ice cream sundae - diet Pepsi Skipping school-to-lie-in-the-sun Days are gone, I want to remember Just how it was. Mary Alice McLean A friend: One who contradicts and still feels compassion. The someone who understands the little bit in us that we find hard to explain. The one who we will wait for and do for, And in spite of all their faults still love. The feelings are always mutual - Our problems are their problems and isn't that what friends are for? When you smile friend, I smile. When you cry friend, I cry. Let our fears and laughter mingle together To form a most precious gift - trust. So, Contradict me, be compassionate, Understand, wait, and worry with me. Smile, laugh, cry, love and trust me. And most of all, just be my friend. Roni Goldberg Perched on a cliff I am . . . The ocean of fate before me I am . . Alone. My thoughts S C A T T E R E D As seaweed The sun beats hard I take a few steps Warm is . . . Sand between my toes Brisk is , . . Wind against my face I begin to run Frolic with the waves Left an ocean Right a field Carefully I look A daisy grows A dew drops on the petal Glistens I bend to pick it There's only ONE Shall I be selfish Or Leave it to nature? I run through the field Beach But - to find I, like the daisy, am Alone. Susan Zimmerman "4 . .'.11'f:4if,'1r,.-. .,-fg3',gu-n:.:-.- --if , '. MN' .--'.:. -"'Tf 254 el ' , -1-'-:r'5?1-L",-' Nn'f'!5,7.' 3.13 . ig,-5 gf.: ,fn-f,-3,1 f !f,,:.fs if 1?-LiK:f'.'g4e2f'113f:1g'1fl -2 ig. -gaiegggteff Mg: ' are " -if L' .'?'f p'..': :iff .1 ..j- .'- -, . X- ., . S' .'fJ.QL'3ff 515. :silk-fe. f -' me Zi 411'-If vp:-' .1,- ',"1 - -if -L' 29--' au-T-rg".-rf' 1, - 14- - - ' w L. 1. .H - -gqigi wr -i ff .:',vf+'4 0 1-, . ,- .I,Aqg.,rw ns,-I 3. .Jpf-f,' ,gn 7 "-511'-'-fig, - -r,':2Sz 'wx ff' 'vars .3 'rfftiiitggfff .. f ', 4- gi ' . 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And breathe tear-sighs on each others eyelids Afraid to forget the past, Afraid to face the future. wonder why I feel confused and alone. find myself talking to a friend about what happens. feel like a child in a twilight of birth and discovery, -ost now the faces fade with desperate, sad smiles. hate recalling helpless hands, helpless eyes. would only like to remember thick layers of love in my mind. Roberto Palencia fr '-'.,,, Photo by Rich Gappin I sit alone, Dreaming of my past Reflections are bright from living memories. I wonder what will be, tomorrow. Man is free to gaze up at the sky with stars and moon To hear soft whispers of the breeze, It is oh so comforting. I clear the path ahead of me, Aware of myself, ready for changes: While the mystery of my future Slowlyunfolds. Wendy Greb As the wind shifts So do the waves Upon the shore You don't need me Anymore! So like the waves I'll form a pattern of my own - Alone! 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V 0 VVVV, ' 1" v " 4' Milf, fa ", 3, I 1 f f? A i 1 H f U . ik 1' ,-.j 'V .i gZ.p,'f1'f' ,L J V ffr Etching rf r, , kv . , 1, mf? L I -'1 w . r " M V x- ' 4 Li. .- '4 . M - - H. Tomlinson r'N rv I 1 xx . if E W., rg:-. at . is ' 1 .4fz..' , Y- ii 0 ,-vq' "S -fa. . ' "'. 'fha .Q 1 , a. . .riff -A .1 ,K ZJWK' I fr- v 1., :rf--5 qs, ,su Q, , JEQ ff? '1 "'f 'pi' im, 5 4 , A 2'- .,,,c .. -i r lg 2 Vi JI Sb fx Qu. FOOTBALL This year's team suffered through a heartbreaking season with many of our key players out due to injuries. Neverthe- less, the seniors, united with some strong underclassmen managed to defeat Crosstown rival North and our Old Nem- esis, Wellesley for two very satisfying vic- tories. A disappointing season, yes, but the spirit and determination of a hard working team will live on. VARSITY FIRST ROW! J, O'Brien. SECOND ROW: D Burke R Sugarman P Anderson T Bell C Fornaciari CCaptainJ F DiVittorio CCaptainJ R Sosgilfgaptainy, R Miles, D. Frey,J. Good,J. O'Brien THIRD ROW R JachowiczCCoachJ U BarreiraCTrainerJ B Karas M Ablondi G Bernson R Slattery, M Moran,C,Flal'1erty,W, Bradford.G,Jordan M Foley S Wood Mr Duke CCoachJ Mr DiateleviCCoachJ FOURTH ROW M McKeown W Anderson. J Luker, S, Smith, J Taylor, McQuade R Roberts P Sullivan J Taylor M Taylor J DAngeIo S Miller tif , SOUTH SINGS IN THE RAIN 1 r1.'4'l, in . K' A4 , ffl ' ' ' I A lbs J. COACHES: FIRST ROW: Mr. Duke, R. Jachowicz, J. Diatelevi, SECOND ROW: R. McDevitt. J. Carey, B, Newman, J. Walker, U. Barreira CTVBIVIGYI- "The Flyers win in a spectacular game 22-14, over the favored Spartans. The big and wet crowd stayed until the final gun as these two great rivals put on a heart stopping show for the sec:- ond straight year." October 25, 1975 4 r l ir 9, ,,,,,,,-,.,--W-f - U ,,-, I , Mdwfh . . -v , gr w,,.,....,..--1 ,,,,,.....4.a--" 1 - , ..,. -- 1 I ..-,.. . ...--N..,...,....---- - " r I YN. ' 'P , g . 44- . fl ' , uf. ""?'f'i' Qi"-is-.AG ' .S SCOREBOARD South Opp. 0 Woburn 26 20 Wellesley O 0 Milton 18 0 Dedham 7 22 North 14 0 Needham 12 8 Walpole 13 22 Norwood 34 12 Braintree 18 6 Natick 8 2-8-O JUNIOR VARSITY: 1-3: FIRST ROW: T. Becket, T. Slattery, C. Lamar, R. Bagley, M. Brown CCaptainJ, E. Ortiz, B. Chalmers, W. Guglielmo, S. Nathan. SECOND ROW: Coach Newnam, P. Burke, D. Scagnelll, J. Pellgrini CCaptainJ, Delflumeri, J. Taylor, Consigli, J. Bailey, P. Burke, B. Fanger, Coach McDevitt. THIRD ROWi R. Taylor, P. Quirk, M. Ablondl, R. Agostonelll, G. Torez, W. Oosterman. -1 -34 swit- .. Ri A fr' 1 V I Q43 4 Q ,P Ml' - 1 ff f S T ' I 'I . f .1-fnw. na " " J I -wif fix! --, f I .. . as - ' P - .XM 4 ' S ' R 1 llix ' , lvl ' I J ATFM QI 'Um-' 'A ""b'h"d'i 'G' 9 ,. , ... ,.l. .I , . x-1 x I .tml S I 'fl QIYX SOPHOMORE: 5-3: FIRST ROW: B. Newman CCoachD, B. Fanger, T. Slattery, S. Nathan, C. Lamar, J. Pelllgrinl, M. Brown, T. B6Ck91,E,OfflZ, R. Bagley. SECOND ROW: J. Taylor, M. DeFlumieri, R. Agostonelli, P. Burke, Taylor, Balley, B. Kardash.. D. Scagnelll, R, McDevitt CCoachJ. THIRD ROW: J. O'Brlen1ManagerJ, K. Gugllelmo, P. Quirk, M. Ablondl, G. Torez, B. Achellan, P. Burke, W. Oosterman, FRESHMAN: 6-1: FIRST ROW: W. Busney, D. Petrini, M. Pantalone, B. Wildler, G. Gerome, L. Hillman qCaptain9, W. Murphy, J. Crosby, K. Hartt. D. Tomisini, W. Hartt. SECOND ROW: J. Carey CCoachJ, W. Ortez, Cwaterboyb. R. Gittell, P. Raditz, P. Grady, P. Reilly, E. Pagan, J. Fairrnan CCaptainJ, B. Crosby, N. Makitrick, J. Beaver, D. Keyes, R. Gravalese, S. Short, W. Thomas, J. Walker CCoacnJ. THIRD ROW: L, Bosanaui. S. Brodie, G. Bassan, D. Brunelle, D. Elsemiller, S. Neil, F. Farrini, D. Chiarello, B. Jenkins, W. Fenton, S, Soma, C, Alba, E. Banks. w 'Om iqd-9 g, F-E... ,J My J- ,J ,fy Je x4 1 itz!! a dj .3-f,f 'T' CA ,, ,SA i' A 'fa 439 . '--J: 6:03 .FQ - A 'Q 413' - ., X ,- E' L i' B - 4 W1 rr .. ry .aa K A ' ."' ' ' L. -IW-eww I ' Q.. -ill .ILL xx-s 2' S . n ,info .X .. Q- , , 9 4 FIELD HOCKEY Statistics show that we won just five of our thirteen games, but they do not show that the team "played its heart out," nor that the girls worked for approximately one hundred hours to improve their field hockey skills. Captains Debbie Malone and Kathy Holt brought eleven seniors through a fun but frustrating season. Their contributions to team records, spirit and ideals have been invaluable to South High field hockey and they will surely be missed. .,. ,... 1. Q Pix-4 V A 1 '.s.1i e 5 W ' x H . N s . N F' NK. X V. Q.-Egg XX: .' ' . ' N . W u, ' irvg A sa 'V W '. Nsxq . . X x 'N L s N Wmixm xg. Q . X Q. T Tx QQ .5 K, QQ? egg-.L N ,-,Q i 1 , .. -. . 3 Vi x rm 54,,v.x ,A - x Q. ' S ' V ' .A 1, Lxwbx,-vs , QQKAN - ' sm' -N X .. N: lx -.. - as - '5"Q"'1 - .YH Kai 'f-x. i ' 'iff XKinwX W Y .Z asain. ui..-. -..A.-.. ,,,. .....4.... L.4.,.i..........L.J.....l..4..A... ,.-,f.y- -A, '5 k ....-,-.,-...-- --- -.,-,, -n 4-4 U 'ililgi if x -4-1, ,wwf ,ju-r ll? r? N an '3'.w, VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: S. Thomas, K. Salls, D. Malone CCaptainb, K. Holt fCaptainJ, G. Logan, K. Read. SECOND ROW: K. Walker fCoachJ, C. Abelli, K. O'Brien, L. Manlon, P. Fiore, K. Harrington, B. Fiore, B. McCorkindale, K. Harvey, O. Ottaviam fManagerJ. - ,ei we V - , '.,4. , v 4,4 .Q I B .1-" Liv nv vu. ,,.,, isa ,, 0 nw. f1.',,-.wdvxx A ...y ' -,v- , M' iw W . Av- :Jw-54 Cb ll lf! -4 if 11 -I 04 46 'Q 'W' I. xty""k , N, t49hi'Sjv?'si+3'2.'f'f' I 11 rv 9 .evils . '-,1'a'5?ff2-.'f:5g Y.. ff ,,,. 'QPSK 'AURA l J, 9 Giga, ,fri--fx 1 U by uvwf' 4. V -- , ,YM 'Qfs-i,.,,,t,,, 'lm 2 1 H ,sayfm 'Sf if 'r tif, SCOREBOARD South Opp. Lexington Ashland Wayland Wellesley Natick Dedham North Braintree Walpole Norwood Needham Milton Ashland 5-4-4 J BAY STATE CHAMPS JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: 12-1-0 BAY STATE CHAMPIONS: FIRST ROW: C. Duane, W. Ross, P. Stratton, L. Supeno, L. Jordan, K. Moore, J. Gavel, D. Read, F. Gusha. SECOND ROW: S. Capstick, D. Malone, L. McKinstry, J. Butler, K. Read. J. Flinter, S. Hendry, P. Kenney. THIRD ROW: B. DelPrete, J. Brillhart, E. St. Andre, J. Leonardo, A. Sullivan, T. Rigopoulous, A. Degozzaldi. ' R., L,-. ,. QE- 4 E-.I ,.-- ,--. ' .. .- .. . "--"-- i 'i 'Q- I Q A K- n 1 'gn 'Tl 27. .xr E .. Xl. .V- .fn rflwP l I , l Q I 4 g n - 'ff' . Vg!-" , ik: .w 'Q kk-,',p.,' Y .1 In 'T L W I FRESHMAN FIELD HOCKEY: 4-4-2: FIRST ROW: P. Farrand, R. McCarthy, A. Abrams, C. Swain, A. Kenley. T. Brawn, D. Corsini, C. Coburn, SECOND ROW: J. Goldman, C. Carpenter, P. Cronin, B. Lummy, P. DeIPrete, M. Bliss, M. Ottavianni, C. Frazier. THIRD ROW: S. Joyce Ccoachj, P. McLaughlin, C. Murphy, D. Ziman, D. West, J. Foley, J. M. Foley, K. Chambers CAsst. Coachl. -., ' ' T --gkgiggsrgfegeaffwsa-unease?-55sa1+ ' C W' xlviwu- A- 3-412.1 U" - . . S 13'-fu-2--iwgsgxg, bfi ' ', Sn ,Q t .W g'W PW, A EM .- K r' 5 Vw M Lat., --5 .gr 14 SOCCER This year's team exhibited great skill and determination. Howev- er, they underwent a very disappointing season. Too many games were lost by one goal. The fine play of seniors such as Jeff Stone, Jim Hanscom and Rich Teresconi will be missed, but next year's team has a lot to look forward to with many juniors returning to give us a brighter season next year. 4 J .- --.r-.W-rr . .lI'5 -. rr:-C-.U mf'-. .H -- - - --- ..-.:......"'. FIRST ROW: J. Hampshire. B, Gavel, J. Rigopoulous, T. Knapp, D. Clopeck, J. Stone Ccaptq, J. Hanscom Ccaptj, R. Terasconi lcapt l. J Jachowicz.lv1c Lopes, J. Araujo. SECOND ROW: J. Hobson Cmgr.J, C. Cavalieri, H. Heckler, R. Borges, J. Dudek. D. Gordon, F Castellanos tCoachJ. 4 ig- -,QI , 3 l. ,, . rv ,Ss 0 F' Piurf tr ini, fi. 1.1,.- 4 I N X +.lff'? ' A-ffjf An . ' li ...,. f 319 103, X! H 'I 6' 9 i .. ! , ' I n r . W .1 , . , . -,nv . v I K ,I ,-' ' !,"f 2 f'1.'iffy',! X f' .V . ,if y, ,,,,,,,1. 'Sl - I ff" . ' ',. I ' f'., .X V Q . .- Y H' ' V" ,V-1,211.1--+V-' A ,. ,,.--' .. 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" ', "Tv 4, ' u' f'-11 'U L - - 't .. gp-fj'1.'5sf5s1g,.3,gY555 Q ' i - . -H , . A K: wg A' 5 ', 'l':Ig.1, I ln' 'A ,LW 1 Y . me " p ,ai-TJ2' - - ' ' ' W ?'..,'S1-'F' Vfiffif- ' " .- in .gd - '- , . ' 1 5' if ' 1 W ffffsf- M' Q -Q-6, I. . , I ,-3173. '?'Qi,E'.,i 1, 5, at V ,734 15531: , i . ', , , 5- I ' E -I 1 W I, , , .Q H - - 1, .- -, , rx-. -, 4 ' ' ' 'A 5 ' ' " urns? ". 4, , 2 ' ,'BL'f-5ni,!gf?y:t.32J'. -A' x. I I I SCOREBOARD South ODD 0 Milton 1 3 Walpole 1 4 Dedham 1 1 North 2 1 Braintree 3 1 Norwood 1 1 Needham 3 0 Wellesley 2 7 Natick 1 0 Milton 1 2 Walpole 3 3 Dedham 2 0 North O 0 Braintree 3 1 0 Needham 1 0 Norwood 1 0 Wellesley 2 2 Natick 1 5-11-2 4 -Q? A fx f I . ,A ,aff 1if'H..8-ex - I 1 Q JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER: FIRST ROW: D. Taylor, C. Crone, B. Swain, D. Tucci, C. Delprete, C. Tackas, H. Soloman, B McGuire, T. Harrington, J. Ventura, T. Luker. SECOND ROW: M. Henderson, M. Williams, D. Thomas, D. Essigmann, K Condell, T. Greely, B. McKeown. S. Nearman, S. Shelman, J. Howard, K. Kimball. THIRD ROW: T. O'Rouke, P. Garrahan, B. Woolhouse, G. Dallape, B. Seline, M. Moran, A. Ronzonni, H. Geraldo, P. Herman, E. Crane, M. Cheffers, J. Morais CCoachJ ' ' 'W' N -. A . ' I 3 S T 'w -5, f ' J .ls e ..1n... A.- Q., W, az J , - ., , A- I -9 YQ , - ' - - - 7' . . ' - s T g , if J Q liz' f - ,, H' v5. xi I'-1 'U ,ni-., .- -. in f"l?'f.-'+.Hzx9 FRESHMAN SOCCER: FIRST ROW: G. Anastos, J. Miller, S. Apkon, D. Afonso, J. SmithCCapt.J, T. FoleyfCapt.J, B. Hill, S. Takacs. B. Abl, J. Giatrelis. SECOND ROW: M. CIinton,CCapt.J, A. Zigotegos, L. Conlin, T. Brennan, L. Willingham, M. Silver, J. Kinsky, D. Scheyner. P. Sokolov. THIRD ROW: Mr. BarryCCoachJ, S. Erickson, R. Venne, R. Tomassini, M. Cotton, A. Clement, C. Dyer. S. Wheeler. A. Zupan. Kai, QQ. - ... 0- -- V Q---L N W - X . s 341 ' X ' - x A ' s K Q ?,-" ' 2, YL-.-Ixus-f ,xvv ,-,N -. KN. -A ' . '5 - hy 1 -L V . -.. . . A- . x N. !g,. . -.- 5 T'Q'Qv-' ,K 54 hh.. 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W1 5192. ue, Wa. . mm' "WIN"-.. 'ff-,o up 'FQ -11 -X q'xff,,gQ',rA'K' 1"xTh- , ,,':-jaw v- um-nu !' ag ,- .e Jw N A. L' .X, 5 'Sf-ilk ,s xg,-5 'Q-ai' 13:55. X: :- H ' ' ' 1 .3-'ff f QA! 'xi R'- 1 iiN '.A 4.1 N .- 5 ,. 4 .Q ge f' Y M , .,..,-, K .. , 'S .., 4- -',lhq-1'x sl., -..:'. -. Yr-'Y' -P -. O. s v L ,. 5. nb. " un. ' Q ., -, ' x , v , -1, . qi ""' , M , :X ,Q -5 . , ,,, NK' , 1. A s Mar X:-"V , .Fixx w ' - A " 'rn , ., ' 'mt k-4 ."- ' ' -ig, iv, .V .QQXQ il . 1- A :.,n ,343 -.4 4 .-f . , W - Kiwi' 1 ' ' ' v 4 VOLLEYBALL This was the first year of interscholas- tic volleyball here at South. Many girls were afforded the chance to learn the basic fundamentals of the game and to compete in a sport on the varsity level, although a lack of depth was felt in the win columns. With many underclass- men returning next year, we hope to have a much more satisfying season. Ll ,. . scoREBoARo Q 1 4 Q." , ,Q 1 South Opp, -ff ' 'f" 43 G u ' 1 Needham 2 " , 'l jj X. I 0 Newton So. 2 ' I I 2 . Natlffk O J f 2 North 0 l 6, , 2 Norwood 0 1 1 Wellesley 2 ' x 'S O Needham 2 0 North 2 0 Newton So. 2 W Norwood 2 Wellesley 2 3-9-0 FIRST ROW: J. Chouinard, M. Black. S. Byrne, L. Resnek, J. Guglielmo CCaptain7, L. Blumenthal QCaptainJ, K. Keohane, K. Abu fCaptainJ. SECOND ROW: I. Cooper, S. Westelman, W. Weiner, M. Meyer, N. Missert, K. Fay fCoachJ. D. Esperian, L. Swatinsky, K. Burstein, M. Souhlaris. G. Femia. m5 llfllllllmlm xxx Xxxmntfg WERE :li 1 FRONT ROW: D. Donley, S. Harding, M. McGrath, J. Sullivan, M. Leddy, A. Griswold, B. Fox, A. Griswold. N. Keefe, M. Haecker, N. Schwert, S. Keefe. SECOND ROW: M. Shapiro, L. Toutellot, D. Wheats. K. Griswold, W. Greb. D. Vogel, R. Halliday, J. Soma, T. Gappin, B. Childs, S. Bowen. THIRD ROW: S. Manion, R. Lennard, K. Snider, C. Leddy, J. Sullivan, L. Palmer, K. Porter, E. Casey. J. Kunion, D. Smith. FOURTH ROW: K. Goldberg CCoachJ, J. Otey, W. Teshner, D. Wheats, J. Crosby, D. McComber CCoachh. turing the league title. 'fl , fix? GIRLS SWIMMING Our second year in swim competition, we emerged as co champions of the Bay State League! Our team was an excellent example of cooperation and spirit. All swimmers improved their strokes and times significantly. Many of the girls will be returning next year with hopes of recap .,l Q.. .ew .ww 9 "5 ,ris- South 102 94 129 'mliy SCOREBOARD Wellesley Needham Norwood North Natick Dedham 5-1-O ODD 70 78 36 Co-Champions B. S. L. CROSS COUNTRY This season was the first time in many years that the cross country team finished with a winning record. We set many new school and individual records. It was also the first time in the school's history that a girl successfully completed a season in the sport. Although the talents of co-captains Mickey Baugh and Paul Cheffers will be missed, there is much potential left for another winning season next year. . - , -i i . .. A L.. , I. . .H-'list'-ig.:-.gf-'.'?g,l2.i'Q: "' '. x - , ,, A., . ' U" -4, -Eimft. bf I -:Y ' 'f' 'af-.."' -. av- - '--:+ -Vi"-' L 'L ,- u ..1'-'-1.,f,g"'95:IgE -,A -'xt-J.-Q '5 . , .,..,.,..,.'-5 F ., U' his 1:5 'I --V Qvvi ,'- fm"-L -' W.- R, ,..L-N. - up - 'L CROSS COUNTRY: FIRST ROW: W, Lawson, K. Giatrelis, B. Foley, M. Baugh, CCo-Captainl, P. Cheffers CCo Captainb G Fox E. Clinton, G. Rotatori. SECOND ROW: E. Carp, M. LaChance, J. Wilson, K. Bullard, M. Baugh B Barrett M Silver K Summer, T. Grady, J. Bergan, L. Blummer, K. O'Rourke, E. Daniels fCoachJ. 1 ,,, t . 4 -'N'-we - -- -A 4-"1 '- ,-,,.,-,zg I ,,,.. -4 f -A .aw yu' it 5's,:'1 ' . In 5.9! . P 3' 1. :l'1t!'.:v"' SCOREBOARD Walpole Norwood Dedham Wellseley Milton Braintree North Natick 6-3-O at W South ODD 35 Needham 21 25 24 20 22 ' 21 30 BOYS BASKETBALL BAY STATE CO-CHAMPS!! The 1975-76 Basketball Team, led by Captains Dave Blatt and Steve Smith, have fought hard all season long. Battling for first place with Braintree, there was never a dull moment. The excitement was provided by the scoring power of Steve Smith and Brady Otey and the spirit and style of Mike NlcKeown. Dave Blatt, a sol- id choice for the Bay State League's Most Valuable Player Award, was everywhere, inspiring the team to an excellent season. Truly, basketball has earned the school's plaudits as one of its most popular and exciting sports. FIRST ROW: M. Feigleman, A. Gardner, M. Kulkin, S. Smith QCO-Capt.J, D. Blatt CCo-Capt.J T. Marakoulos, T. Heffernan, B. Hutchinson. SECOND ROW: M. Barry CAsst. Coach.D, P Moresi tCoach3, S. Shelman, G. Bernson, B. Otey. R. Barrett, M. McKeown, D. Bowman, D Moran, J. Dudek Qmgrj, J. Hobson fmgrq IAYIY ll X. . . 1 . A A- A ,,.4 '13, 'Jill f P Juni' gg. . I f L L - ' i K l ' -14 ISSH 5'-' Isff T' ' X . oi SENIORS A Gardner, T Heffernan, S. Smith, P, Moresi tCoachJ, M. McKeown, M. Kulkin, T. Marakoulos. 11 Q v JV BASKETBALL FIRST ROW R Grout, J. Skillarn, C. Garren, J. Fuhrman, C. Delprete, B, McCarthy D Daniels SECOND ROW T Baugh, M. Otey, D. Feigle-man, M. Brown, M. Moran, M ,--,,,.. ., .,, . .S ..... 1 5 L WW!! SCOREBOARD Needham Dedham Braintree Walpole Wellesley Milton North Natick Needham Dedham Braintree Walpole Wellesley Milton Norwood North Natick Franklin South Opp 65 72 58 ' 51 70 46 ' 53 Norwood 49 56 ' 79 57 62 54 68 52 63 54 81 68 BSQCW , 4.5 rvgirrf I 'Lv I Q63 Mom I fb W SPANKYHWE 'Rs :M ???fHE'7"wE'F....f FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW: K. Fox, M. Barry, N. McKnttruc:k LOO- Captannj, G. Natterstad CCO-Captamb. B. Mann. SECOND ROW: B. Abt. J. Crosby, P. Sokolov, G. Bassan. D. Keys. D. Elsemuller. S Pantchel. Mr. Sudmyer CCoacbJ. THIRD ROW: M Cm- tolo, P. Radstz. A. Zupan, B. Crosby. A. Clement. BUYS GYIVINASTICS Gymnastics is a sport requiring courage, stamina, coordi- nation, and skill, These qualities are exemplified by this year's Boys Gymnastics Squad captained by Mark Gel- fond and Brian Babine. Although this was not a winning season, it was a much improved season with their score going from 55 to 83. Coach Manzella and Assistant Coach Natichionl have high hopes to continue the improvement into next season even though they will have to fill the gaps that will be left by graduating seniors John Hamp- shire. John Gray, and Howard Barnstone. Framingham's Squad: gymnasts first, gentlemen second, and champi- ons always. HFISI ROW C Tibbit, M Apkon, 'S Apkon, B Babine lCaptJ M GellondCCaptJB Convery D Pryne J Kenney SEOOND ROW A Mginzella rCo.'ir,hi, H Barnstone, B Wilder J Savelle C Lamar J Gray J Hampshire E Wilder L Hillman 5 Mathaw, J Natichioni fAsst coachj, A Levine 4MgrJ LL J 1' X 'f -1 !"7 South 59 85 57 00 55.05 79.20 73.20 62.30 68.00 76.40 83.00 67.20 'QEEQ i SCOREBOARD Oxford Llncoln Sudbury Wayland Braintree North Needham Milton Norwood Wellesley Natick 1-9-O ODD 7375 101 55 88.80 116.50 1053 73.90 106.75 92.10 82.10 83.05 GIRLS GYIVINASTICS The 1975-76 Girl's Gymnastic season was per- haps one of the most rewarding to come along. Although Captain Debbie Goldman was sidelined for the last half of the season, she proved to be invaluable as a leader. Skill and talent levels rose immensely as the sea- son progressed: so much so that Sophomores Lia Dewar and Diane Donley qualified for the State Gymnastics meet, and Laurie lVlcKinstry, Diane Donley, Lia Dewar, Pam lvlcKinstry, Rose Lennard and Debbie Gilyard competed in the B.S.L. meet. The climax ofthe season came against Wellesley. Down by 5 points going into the last event, the Flyers came back to win by one-tenth ofa point. With action like this, we can expect another excit- ing season next year. FIRST ROW: L. Tannenbaum, B. Lunny, A. Abrams, T. D'Angelo. SECOND ROW: L. Mcklnstry, D. Donley, B. Plantek Ccoachb, D. Gllyard, L. Dewar, R. Lennard, B. Buckley Casst. coachj, D, Sampson, K. Snyder. THIRD ROW: P. McKnnstry, R. Knapp. J. Garfold. FOURTH ROW: D. Goldman qcaptb, C. Convery. l - 4 Q-U. 4 nl .73 I Q 'X SCOREBOARD South Opp. 62.3 Braintree 89.2 71.9 North 74.6 68.6 Walpole 58.05 70.6 Needham 50.2 74.2 Milton 56.4 79.5 Norwood 63.4 71.15 Dedham 72.0 78.5 Wellesley 78.4 76.7 Natick 75.9 66.0 Oxford 48.6 159 BOYS SWIMMING South High's Swim Team had an excellent season, finishing with an encouraging 6-4 record C5-1 Bay State Leagueb. Co-Captains Jimmy Casey and John Ablondi spearheaded an outstanding senior group. Next years captains Jimmy Dudek and Jimmy Halli- day were part of an essential underclass unit which lent balance to the team. Things look bright for South's Swimming future. SCOREBOARD South Opp. 96 New Bedford 72 116 Norwood 52 109 Natick 62 118 Dedham 51 31 Seekonk 52 72 Attleboro 100 78 Milford 94 108 Needham 56 83 Wellesley 88 95 North 88 FIRST ROW' D Brett. J. Jachowicz, D. Clopeck, B. Heller, J. Casey CCo-Capt.J, J. Ablondi 4Co-Capt.J J Slason, A Casavant. J. Solomon. SECOND ROW: T. Logan, L. Deuce, A. Warner, J. Keefe, V. Krikorian J Keefe, P. Carpenter, P. Burke, THIRD ROW: W. Hines, J. Chuidioni, J. Dudek, J. Halliday, G. Taylor P Harding, P Burke FOURTH ROW. R. Linehan, S. Bradley, M. Williams, D. Wilson. E, Gabor. R. Pereira cAsst Coachj, D McOmher fCoachJ. WRESTLING This was the Wrestling Team's second year of varsity competition. Combining strength with muscular coordination and featuring individual performance, this sport demands a great deal from each member. The team led by Captains Gary Rotatori and Mike Ware, with outstanding performances by Donald Wayland, Jim D'Angelo, and Mark Cheffers. The Wres- tling Team has high hopes of placing indi- vidual members in the Sectional Competi- tion which is the climax of the wrestling season. SCOREBOARD South Opp. 34 Alconquin 29 35 Belmont 21 22 Holliston 28 11 Norwood 41 15 Milton 36 12 Wellesley 47 26 Walpole 30 18 Dedham 44 13 Needham 57 24 Medford 34 20 Braintree 39 17 North 47 33 Keefe Vocational 24 39 Natick 13 22 Saugus 36 18 Newton 38 4-12-O ri fb i 1 lg. FIRST ROW: M. Cheffers, D. Wayland, J. Rotatori, G. Wrin, G. Rotatori CCapt.J,,M. Ware CCapt.J, J. D Angelo, J. Whitt, C. Manseau. K. Foley, L. Mancini CCoachJ. SECOND ROW: A. Piciroll fasst. coachl, K. Fischer, J. Skatoff, R. Augustinelli, M. Berardi, D. Donovan, T. Luker, B. Shufro, K. Samaskawicz. THIRD ROW: M. McNally, M. LaChance. J. O'Day, S. Jones, T. Flaherty, T. D'Angelo CMgr.J, S. Grinnith. INDOOR TRACK The 1975-76 Flyer Indoor Track Team has enjoyed its finest season ever in the history of the sport. Finishing with a won- lost record of 7-2, this year's team ended in second place in Bay State league com- petition. Record-breaking performances were turned in by Mickey Baugh C1000 yard runj, Paul Cheffers Ctwo mile runj, and the mile relay team of Dave Gordon, Earl Clinton, Tom Grady, and Mickey Baugh. Harold Solomon, Dan Giatrelis, and Mickey Baugh qualified for the finals of the State Indoor Track and Field Cham- pionships with outstanding perfor- mances in their respective events C50 yard dash, mile run, and 600 yard runb. Their individual efforts provided a fitting climax to an already exciting track sea- son. FIRST ROW: J. Flinter, P. Cheffers, L. Cransler, M. Malone, M. Baugh, fCaptainJ, W. Lawson, T. Bell. B. Foley, B. George. SECOND ROW: A. Polinger CCoachJ, K. Gross, J. Frie, T. Grady, H. Solomon, E. Clinton, D. McCormick, S. Getchel, D. Giatrelis, D. Schneger, K. Chaves, E. Carp. THIRD ROW: J. Martin, B. Lamer, J. Bernhart, P. Grady, D. O'Rourke, D. Mcquirk, B. O'Rourke, M. Ablondi, J. Soika. Missing: D. Gordon. at-6 n' 1'-' iq yn 5' it 4' i ?,nrv' ,..v,-I I . ...Q SCOREBOARD South Opp Wellesley Norwood Braintree Needham Walpole North Mllton Natnck 52 33 44 42 46 ' 40 33 52 56 30 35 Dedham 51 53 32 58 ' 28 25 ' 61 6 - 3 - O 4 GIRLS BASKETBALL "Short in height but tall in stature" could be the motto of the 1976 Girls Basketball Team as it finished the season strongly with a solid 11 to 7 record. Beth Cross, Sue Joyce, and the Lady Flyers continued to prove that wom- en's basketball and women's sports at South and in the Bay State League are for real. The athletes are talented, skillfull, and exciting. A full eighteen-game schedule was the basis for matches and rematches, The newly estab- lished, successful Freshman team is an indication of the expanding interest and the exciting seasons we look for- ward to in girl's sports. GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW M Smith K Holt D Malone CCaptainJ K Harrington fCaptainJ,J, Paitchell, B Totman SECOND ROW B CrossfCoachj S DurkeefManager7 D Comta bad. L. McLean, P. Brown D Malone J Otey L Jordan fManagerJ JV GIRLS BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW: J. Shawnessey, P. Kenny, B. Delprete tCaptainJ, D. Thayer tCaptainD. P. Delprete, L. Hanscom. SECOND ROW: S. Joyce CCoachJ, K. Mesner, A. Sullivan, E. St. Andre. C. Duane, J. Sullivan, B. Morris, L. Wilder CManagerJ. FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW: P. McLaughlin, J. O'ConneIl, K. O'Leary CCaptalnJ. T. Brown CCaptainJ, K. Porter, C. Carpenter. SECOND ROW: M. Dalton CManagerJ, M. DeMorais, M. Gonzalez. J. Sullivan CCaptainJ, T. Farrand. K. Scanlan, J, Goldman, R. McKenzie, N. Gutierrez, K. Walker CCoachJ. SCOREBOARD Braintree Needham Dedham Walpole Wellesley Milton North Natick Needham Dedham Braintree Walpole Wellesley Milton Norwood North Natick South ODD 35 ' 51 44 29 28 38 ' 29 Norwood 42 40 ' 34 40 49 ' 43 36 44 40 56 36 HOCKEY The Flyers hockey team got off to a great start. Captains Steve O'Neil and Chris Keiley, along with standouts Jim Belforti and Jim Hanscom, gave outstanding performances. However, the opportunity "went by the boards". The efforts of Coach Bell and his hockey team have pro- vided us with some exciting moments this sea- son, and with the seasoning and experience gained this year, the underclassmen are al- ready looking forward to the new season next year. as gk- 310 Q5 -Sufi- 'ES ,Q t-my 'S ' 1 If r 'Q ' "TN ,J f 3 ? ,ls 1 VARSITY HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: J. McLaughlin, J. Belforti, C. Kelley Ccapt.J. S. O'NeiIl fcaptj, J. Hanscom, T. GoIding..SECOND ROW: R, Bell Ccoachl, B. Karas, G. Swanacamp, D. Chiappini, H. Decoff, C. Clinton, R. McGuire, R. Desimone, M. Desimone, J. Tresonn, W, Kenley, P. Foley, Coach Polly, M. Archibald Cmgry. sl al 'wg -',.1l 2 fl' Lip...- x ff' T .X ae' wk 1 ,r i 9 0 ' K sl 0 gli' 1 iii. 3 s 2' , A- B el' SCOREBOARD S h O f ' 'F " " OUt ' d na 5 Walpole 4, al "' 'F 2 Norwood d "W . 5-Q f , 5 North QQ 1 ' ,- ' a 5 3 Milton 'Q , . . 9 Wellseley 'fl , .,,,, I ' -' , , 2 Dedham 32 iw! 5 4 Needham Lf" ' """ Q' f I, 5 Braintree Ig? l,l"', j ' 5 ' IW 3 Natick ' 'Ji' ' .f 59 605527 L5 lf K4 I 2 Wa'0P'e K, 4, ag . . , Q .4 ,l ,g9O.,,O,1 .b.gA.'.' Hg. f AJ 4 Norwood 04' .OQOQO 'ffm 00,95 ivy A " 5 North Qs- -.sw ll.. -- 5 Q 5 nfqgvgv 'una' Q, 12 Milton "9",19vg'0' J 'l.l'l.ll0,v0 1 15 Wellesley FJOQNV Q y"',"" ' 1 Dedham gg page f A k:',,',w, 4 Needham ' """"", ' a """ 3 Braintree ' 2 Natick 55,4 Q- k. ?1 all , ' .4 2 if 'B , if Q 1 eil' Q", J.V. HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: J. Giatrellis, K. Kimball, G. Sousa, T. Greeley, T. Harrington, J. Laliberti. SECOND ROW: A Sebastlon, D. Peddle, J. Burnham, F. Colotta, D. Waterhouse, D. Tomms, T. McKeown, P. Quirk, Coach Polly. 67 vf v GJ? Ulf - 4' xl , .- l ' All - Q -4- ' f' R Q F019 'twins sl ' ll ', U ' " 1' W1 5.51 1 E! T' "' ' l J 1 5 ry X sf- JJ 0 f x y . ' W., 'tl S . 1 N. 1 .I 9. f. V 6 .'..l- " -fffx I ' 4, , 4 J .fn . w fr F J F H- ' ' 4 :::: T 1. , 2 fa T Q, T lik get ,I -5 x S-' -uf -., li FRESHMAN HOCKEY: FIRST ROW: F. Desirnone, B. Melanson, S. Karas, S. Donovan, R. Laciccerio, D. Forma, R. Tomisini, J. Contu, J. Flynn. SECOND ROW: R. Palencla qmgr.J, S. Erickson. C. Orent Ccaptq, R. Rubico, J. Smith, J. Farley. R. MacCIoud. S. Rhodenhenser, M. Sousa, T. Foley. Coach Hall. X! li '41 NU ,QfK lla? QS? . gi 'Q "' fi? Li. QV if I 'IQ to S S i - ' H 5' X fa v nag, Jf"'4l ' Q . QA fi an 'eg xl If -, f .W v f'1f. , ' s D? .X I K 5 .V ni .xI 1 df' - ' fI'. P' 1 I vw O 7-' 5 V. 1'- . 1 - 4 A1 X5 4 ptval ' - Yf"l"J"? ' '- ' " 'Mr' M3221 f 4 21" If' ff',",'.',f X! ' 47 ui Igiil' X ds'e'a9'.5ffm-. l 3 5 Q?- I v.. Q- - x . . Q I f' f - 4- , Y- 1,-J,,,- fd - -gb-N 2- 4I:.nl'A..5f.ff-.xnx ,' 0" ' - , , Y' ' 4 - . - Z' f f'i 1 '- I Ns N. S. ,i , X -- I M .xg wg, I ,- .f O 1' X N '55 W . e-A.." "' mv Q Y dxf h xl I ,W Wk, -'QQVQNN A' Q' T , 4PM 3. -J-s Q lo ,I l. -ff" Y 1 JA Y'f"' ,,,,sv"' 'H 5 "Ti-N 4- ,111 tk N.:- F19 A 5'- ix ,eg If in , JUNIOR CLASS lt has been three years since we began walking through the halls of South High and we are just now beginning to realize what it's all about. Together we are striv- ing to make our class closer and more enthusiastic. Our experiences have been many. As Freshman we were novices, but as we grew older, we matured in our thinking and activities. Our treasury, too, has grown! Junior year was great, work- ing toward a prom we all cherished. We shared many memories from these three years and anticipate more to come. Sen- ior year is bound to be - "The Best!" -. 29+ T . .Q ,xifj 'Q ,-. 1 i . . 4-' 'J r STEERING COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: M. Conserva, D Doody, K. DeShaw, J DeCollibus Ctreasurerp, K. Soma fsecretaryp, B, Fiore, fvice-presr denti. L Shaw lpresidentl SECOND ROW E Robinson, J Butler, L. Po- tischrriari, S Hendry, K Read. D, Ja- cobs, L Aronson, P Tosti, K. Foster. D Creatia, K Klainer, L Crowley. B. Erickson THIRD ROW J Brillhart, C, Torrmssini, L Jordan, D Comtabad. U Wilks, P SJNi1S,L Berger, C TBCR- JLS, E Goldrriari, J Sales, J Nadeau H Torrilinsori, K Noonan, M Neri. ff un- in-V ? A I Q LW: T7 .1 Y 1 , N 3 ,, 1 kf 1 XM W I' w A ' F mill v if If N"-., W A' w '4 4 .. W M. f 'WL'-' 4-4 ,fbi S X Qi sl I r f 'F w 1 l ,I 4 I1 1.3 Ir-, ' lg N A I A 1 -. ug-A 1-2 W fx Y 1 . , , f ,N L. , , . Q . ' 1. ,-D 3 , . N .fl 'I c'. 1 ' . - .g ' - 1 5 43. 3 , - 1 3 A s. . A ' -3. Iz- hq-.' X. . . , . .. sv, - .-Z-5.7. ,N .D Q .- J W.. ,- . f , ,ZT"'4f 'iv' 1 ,.'- '- M-l'Ii5-,'2' ' : 2 ""'i' "' f- ' , " 'T 51,-if Q Q. 4 :,.,- ,, Q ?,gj"S',-'.-r -03 K f V ', Ka..f Fw .. I.. ' ra- , 6 , V6-9, ., - Q. .3gQ'i,7' 4 .., .ar L X., ,un .- . ,,f-'Se-Q:-an if L'!'l 1 f I .,"' , ffm. Q-Mas-4 ":4 Qi ' '4- -4 5 M-"" 25- V Zi' fd i . i 's Y'-9' K. X...- XY V 2 lufm x A -1'-f ' f f 4 ' f' N. ix R 6' fu br' xl, 1,1 -il b --." A 'milf 1" I V law f ,X ,-fd l8f SOPHOIVIORES The Sophomore Class got off to a swift start this school year with a very successful can- dy sale and dance. We not only augmented our treasury, but enjoyed ourselves as well! Even though we have two remaining years, we felt it most important that we establish a firm monetary base. Our administrator, Mr. Waugh, advisor, Ms. Lamperti, and all of the ebullient members of our class contributed greatly to the success of our activities. One activity of which we are very proud is the Christmas party which we sponsored for the South Middlesex Association for Retard- ed Citizens. The Party was a first for South High and proved to be a very rewarding ex- perience. Our goal is to have total class participation in all our endeavors which is almost guaran- teed by the abundance of class spirit. OFFICERS: M, Brown Qvice-Presidentb, A. DeGozzaldi CSecretaryJ, R. Roberts QPresi- dentj, G. Grace CTreasurerJ. sq all fn S' J .fllil T rv iE'il FIRST ROW: R. Bagley, M. Brown Nice-Presb, R. Roberts CPres.J, B. McGuire, J. Ventura. J Tersoni, J. Leonardo, C. Palumbo, J. Capizzi. SECOND ROW: R. Rhodstein, L. Golberg, K Writer, F. Gusha, E Collins, A. Jordan, D. Read, P. Kenny, C. Shevrin, M. Waterhouse, E. St Andre, K. Schneider, C. Foster, J. Grolt, E. Wright. , i -i , S . ni sf ' v - X 3: N.,-f ,271 . :gg c fl' ,,.f",.":o..-, ss, . . , -nr 13 .:""" Caryn Liverman Honorable Mention Phi Alpha Theta History Contest Y F iff 1 if '-4 xxx 0 .9 . 1 I 'I I 4 I X 1 4 .t,, l ' -y win A. g,,.fi--I L ,JJ , :1.l EQ-. Q ' W rug, A if 'Zi N ZX LX- g if if 4 avr v-"' L ' L Q 1 X S T X 4 3 K A , xrzim , -.4 ' W ,,5 -I E 79- YA Y Qu A 5 45, FRESHIVIAN CLASS Early in the year elections took place, and the four class offi- cers were elected: Rob Venne, President, Marianne Souhlaris, Vice-president, Jane Foley, Secretaryg and Nancy Shwert, X Treasurer. Our class advisor, Mr, Hannon, and our class admin- K' istrator, Miss Diggs, urged us into early activity. During the months of November and December we conducted a very ' Ag-,X ' successful magazine-selling drive - climaxed by a pie-in-the- 'G face exhibition! We are planning many more activities for the future, including dances, raffles, car washes, and trips. With the spirit we have already generated, we know we are going to be one of South's successful classes. f 32 ' E pf- ' i -f , Alf. 1 11- ,Q T , 5 9592, ' ? 7 ' n JffiQ', . -.. ,.. Ali i-1 4 fe- Z 7 1-fl! YA MX -B offs f - I 'V XXX N 4' i if fA x -A .. 1 J. Foley fSecretaryD, N. Schwert CTreasurerJ, M. Souhlaris CVice-Presidenth, R. ig j Venne CPresidentl. B1 . i I l i I 14.19 1 IJ Jil. Xxx if iq ,iv l q - 'Q I ,ff A, 7 ' I ' FIRST ROW: T. Dufel, M. Fortier, V. Reio, M. Souhlaris. SECOND ROW: B. Childs, S , Brenham, M. Bliss, J. Foley, J. Goldman, J. Foley, R. Venne. THlRD ROW: C Carpenter, L. Ballou, J. Sullivan, B. Lunny, M. Heocker, L. Dvorkis. FOURTH ROW , A an 5 A. Abrams, J. Defaiko, M. Demores, A. Deilly, N. Schwert, C. Swalm. ' Q ."7 ,Q r-, Q QWERQHEEWW 1 ulf"A rbi Sf' as , 'S5 is' .,,..'d ,W wig' mass 'Q B5 Www EW W rim' v-"x W Xi , as ,L I5 ec fe ' V C616 .11 'I . 'A ". " 1 , .I ,w"'z6 V5 X If' P Q O K ..,.,4 'AJ-rt, X A L v . S. ,Q xv. I x .,... 914 X 'Q S U , ,V X, .gg , 'u - -r LXX X 2 ! Z I ff' If 5 'S C...P Qi '.! ur l r- ff 'Q n Q 2.7 ,-Q. jx Q:'b-- l -Q? s ba if L. Q , N.: ,. ...,. ,, . .,,...n...-na ...- ....... si-4 5-s.f: ,ff H fm, Lf S V 2 , 4 A 4 1, , aw rg' Nfl, Qi -.I ECM 111 fl nr W K u '!,.,, 1 I 1 5 vi. f' .4 .V EEL " I XX, N l ' 1 ,I I + AUQ Q A, , VJ wwf STEREO ---U - - new rncmnv .1 4, . ENGLAND I mmm " v fn i . 1, 5.19 'L-u.. . VI -ln- ' X "' , ' Q11 N 5 . A. . , M M74 '4" 2, L.. 4 W- N 21. 36-g"fM vvf. ,F ? mi .xjj Y , 3 gr. ,R it " "ff, .N 1.1: WJ' Z . ZX ,yi Ja' A ' I C f I,- vi' Ha". ,fqlainwg 3 cf -f.- , A. AL.,-u ,,-A M Y " 32: R G A - ? 5 1 ' ' -N X 4-FV-jf 1 V . '79 If 'iz 'g f U '. .' 1 D c fl? 9411. '- . I .e .u2'Anslh' L ,- 3,-l 4 4 1.-if I h .al ' -471 1 V M ,- .ff-,w.,1. f . x ggrnh' 'ir 1'1" -5 ill 'lridvxg' "" .l"a:-f' A f I ' 4 ,N f 'IQ-T' I f f,, --,'- '1 u '4 A ,.?. 1 ,Q Al ' f'-Sifgix-' "E' 1" : -.n - . ,. - .. 1-, .'- ' 9 Iliiilfwr lu.-. v ' ' -Y,'.', gs.. .15--sr .AQA C 'if' f 2 - ggi'----. .AA A ':1 I I ' IW ' 1 mlmlllliif' ' K 1 m Hluxlml-Slim "1 Y--l igllpan ' -A U: rg. lf ' J g iS3 A year ago, as Juniors, we chose the following quote as the theme for our Junior Prom: I want to laugh while the laughing is easy l want to cry if it makes it worthwhile We may never pass this way again . . . In retrospect, we know how appropriate these words real- ly are. For indeed, we will never pass this way again. If after four years, there is one idea we want to share with you above all others, it is this: There will be many laughsg there will be many tears. Share and cherish them, for after they are gone they become but precious memories. IT WAS REAL! The Class of 1976 Congratulations to the Class of 1976 We know the sigh of relief that comes at the end of your final exam. Long years of study behind you, and a big wide world ahead. But even at that it isn't the final test - or the end of your learning. The biggest tests still face you in the choice and fulfillment of your life's work. Many plan for college, some must reckon with the armed forces. Others will seek positions in industry, trade, business. We, at Dennison, congratulate you on your past ac- complishments: if your future plans call for steady employment or summer work, we'll be glad to discuss your problems with you. Our Employment Department will welcome the chance to outline opportunities existing in our offices, factory, and warehouse. DENNISON SPONSORS His and Hearse - "76" Nl.V. - Thanks for the rides. Sombrero's - back beach, G8iT's on roof. Dan - Thanks for the good times in Florida. Lisa and Chris especially thank lVlr. Hatch. Thank you Mrs. R. - we'Il never tell!!! Karen and Sue, layouts are fun! Mr. Hatch, Does Phil O. water "sea-sicks"? Lee, won many battles Iately?, Chris K.M.'s bootin it around IVl.Q. 84 J.P.! Committed any more 911's on O.J.? K.D.? K.M.? Suspicious red volkswagon! X K.lVl., B.W., N.F., C.M., K.lvl., Living it up in Bermuda Carol - The pink frisbee? Jabe - What's that noise? Russ has gray eyes! "ABBA" and "FOLE" minibike on Waushakum. Diane has gray eyes. See you at the Quarry - Jimmy S. Chef Hunt's Soul Chips - '75, 4H Club - Beck, Sue, Hutch, Malc. L.R. goodbye, love T.H. And the Spartan heart throbs on! S.K. and K.K. are coming. Latin is life. Am I a Princeton girl? SPONSORS Honeybunnyboo loves you! Three Muskateers plus one - always. Another sunrise morning, breakfast at 5:OO? Remember Summer League Hoop '75 - N.F., C.M. Mr. America, about your friend ...! British I hope the Montreal Weekend works out, Tosh. Thanks for the introduction Peanut - Limey. Click your fingers Christina Spiffing good year chaps, what? C.F. and D.G. remember '75-'76, Karen R.'s Jordan Marsh Cha hal - Chris Strawberries from Chris for Karen and Mrs. H.! Hot-Fudge Choc. chip A w.!nuts for me? W.G. The S.P.G.G. WILL be dissolved! The thrill of the "hunt" - huh, Susan? records - perfume - How about the necklace? A super-sub lifeguard - C.R. Harv, another short vacation? Thanks for the ride Elwin. Mr. 81 Mrs. John Costa - Good luck class of '76. Hey Deb - wanna call Westwood? Cha hah Keep the promise W.G. -- Eat chocolate. L.R., Boston and New York are waiting. Thanks Mr. Z. Flo, Harry, Deb, O.B., Lal,g Nantucket "75" forever! Thanks everyone for everything - Debbie G. Psychologically yours . . . Congratulations!! to the Class of 1976 Have a Personal Banker at your side, on your side. 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Paskerian Harrington Cardiology Associates Inc. Dr. Biagio A. Conte Dr. Robert Libertini Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Assoc., Inc. Dr. Stephen H. Rostler Dr. Leo T. IVlc:CaIium PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Zaido Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Walker Mr. and Mrs. George Perry Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Abrams Col. and Mrs. Andrew J. Moynihan Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glaser Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blumenthal Merle, Eddie, Roni, and Marci Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. James W. Smith Frank and Martha Dewar Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. DiVittorio Mr. and Mrs. Cal Jones Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Harvey . Adios Herb, Joan, Eric and Janet Roberts Mr. and Mrs. David Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manion Best Wishes to Class of '76 - Dorothy R. Carter Best Wishes to My Class - Sophie Savas '76 - Good Luck and Best Wishes Charles Hatch Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hanley Our Best to you all Mr. Badger -- Mrs. Semple To My Class - Best Wishes Mr. Brunelle Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Grebb M v OPTICAL CO Dispensing Opticians 442 Franklin Sf. Framingham, Mass. 01701 Tel. 875-1400 SEE BETTER-LOOK BETTER WITH CLEAN GLASSES We ore proud of the port Westwood Studios hos ployed in the production ot your yeorbook. It is with this some pride in our work, ond our interest in producing better portroits and condids thot we hope you moy coll upon our services in the future. ll Studios 218 Chestnut Street Needham, Moss. 02192 444-0042 PORTRAITS, WEDDING CANDIDS, AND YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY i9aQ37mCgCQ?W3is'CPi? SPONSORS Chip, Deege, Duke, Shtiff, Elky, Bernie, Cav, Sav, Jimmy D. and Johnne. We abominate mendacious mountebanks - Per. 6 D.R. D.F. is a S.S. - L.S. M.L. - Remember 12!5!75. The Lemon Sisters - Donna and Kris "Are you comfortable? Well l'm not." F.D.8iC.M. The Team that Tried - Field Hockey 1975 The SLT Machine - BOBBI - C.M., S.C., C.B., -Foqpfqscqtsuisqxfqcu! 1 ,f Bertha and oubbs - United at last: I 1. J, ' vw shirts off? - KH., P.z., Ls. i Shh! Wbfre near mY'-ihouseifi ll S D0f ig"i3L?gQ'i' Ei Skategoadrglvmi Kathy,-M622 Fiddle-Fabdle? '5-' Bave, Susan, you're a jolly g "See you Later" CH HA . . So Kid ig .'g'iQs.a.c.s, Straight from thee- Christo, cohw . ee Mike,, Art,' Rusif Marine Corps spirit! ltts lor nnusely GQ' L i How Our "T'T Daf: I . ,, .V - , 2 , L 11 i 4 SPDNSORS Thanks Kath and Bob for all your help. T.H. - I promise l'll skateboard down the Statehouse hill! - L.R. "l'm Bob Heller and l'm President of the Senior class From 2:3Oa.m. - 7:3Oa.m. - We Did lt! Dave, Isabelle found the clock in chemistry. Puddles of laughter -- Yogi and Boo Boo. - D.W.R.'s forever. Staying out till 3:30 a.m. - huh J.D. The lVlono Kid skating at the Industrial Park. D.B., Put your lights on and drive with a license. - L.M. May 2, '75 - Sue and Lynne, best of friends. Rick and Anne "74" Remember your birthday Colleen "76" C.F. - GO BANANNAS - Flanders Rd. l'll find my corner of the sky. Price has a victory . . , Three cheers for Sugarbear! Just keep me away, thats all I gotta say. S.V., J.M., K.K. All the good times cruisin' down the lane! The Ground Round Gang -- Grinsley, Verd, Nappa, Lau, Choui, Res, Bliv, and Beag. "Let it Shine!" Dan Fogelberg Cow Bell Weekend Stop 8i Shop Street Hockey at 1:00 A.M. '76 Great Yearbook and class - T.R. Murphy Best wishes from Phil, lVle and the Jello! Good luck and GOODBYE! - a friend. AMERICAN YEARBOOK C 0 M PA N Y I JIIIIAQ 417011 lf00A1 OFFICES AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES- ' O S S Q S C O Q EG OB Q C S E ESSE Q STATE COLLEGE, PENNSYLVANIA gi wagnyfgfvfigfw M Q W my H651 UW mf 514117 nrdgfj DW Qf Www, A110 Every Jowmmmvm ginmw75fficQfQmfgU KMWM ffvmffww 96 77 S IllIliI R CARA ANN ABELLI: Basketball 1.23 Christ- mas Project 3.43 Field Hockey 12.3.45 Intra- murals 1.2.33 Homeroom Rep. 3.43 Music Festival 31 Ski Club 4: Ski Trip 2.3.42 Steering Committee 12.3.43 Tennis 1.2.3.43 Variety Show 4. JOHN W. ABLONDI: Baseball 1.2.43 Candy Sale 1.2: Intramurals 1.2.3.4: Hockey 13 Mu- sic Festival 1.2.3.4Q Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 43 Steering Committee 1.2.3.43 Track 43 Variety Show 43 Swimming 3.43 Ski Club 12.3.4. EMIL E. ABRAHAM: Cross Country 33 Ger- man Club 1.2.3.4: Track 2.3. SUSAN PAULA ABRAMS: A Capella 43 Candy Sale 13 Drama Club 3: Glee Club 4: Gymnas- tics 12.3.4: Intramurals 12.3.43 Homeroom Rep. 1.23 Lacrosse 3.43 Music Festival 4: Ski Trip 2.3.43 Spanish Club 33 Steering Commit- tee 1.2.3.4: Student Government 3.4. Corre- sponding Secretaryg Variety Show 43 Mixed Chorus 4. CAROL ABRO KAREN ABU: Field Hockey 3: Gymnastics 23 Intramurals 43 Steering Committee 2.3.42 Tennis 2.33 Volleyball 2.4. ELLEN GAIL ADLER1 Band 12.3.43 Christ- mas Project 2.3: Drama Club 4: Gymnastics 2.3.41 Jazz Band 3.4: Musical 1.2.3.43 Music Festival 12.3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.4. Orchestra 12.3.4. Concertmistress 4 years. Science Fiction Club 3.43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 3.4. Hebrew Club 4. K ARE N AGGAS DEAN AGOSTINELLI: Football 13 Lacrosse 2.3.4. JOAN DALE AHMADJIAN: A Capella 43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 1.2.3.43 Field Hock- ey 1.23 Glee Club 43 Intramurals 1.2.33 Key Club 43 Latin Club 1.2.3.4 Library Aide 12.33 Music Festival 43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Philomath. Co-Editor Activity and Clubs Section 43 Spring Festival. Assistant Student Coordinator 3. Student Coordinator 43 Tennis 1.2. CHRISTINE VICTORIA ALLEN: Gymnastics 2. ROBERT A. ALZAPIEDI: A Capella 3.43 Audio Visual Aide 1.23 Band 12.3.43 Christmas Pro- ject 33 Jazz Band 12.3.43 Musical 1,2.3,4Q Music Festival 1.2.3.43 Orchestra 12.3.43 Spring Festival 1.2.3.43 Variety Show 1.2.3.4. CHERYL ANDERSON: Ski Club 13 Track 3. MARION ANDERSON: A Capella 4: Fashion Show 13 Spring Festival 33 Typing Pool 33 Pom Pom Girl 2.3. PETER DOUGLAS ANDERSON: Basketball 1,23 Football 1.2.3.43 Intramurals 1.2.3.43 Key Club 43 Lacrosse 1.2,3,4Q Ski Trip 2.3.43 Spring Festival 23 Steering Committee 1.2.3.4 STEPHEN G. ANDERSON: Hockey 1.2: Spring Festival 1.2.3.4 DONNA M. ANDRE KATHY JEAN ANTALEK: Christmas Project 3.4: Drama Club 3: Fashion Show 1: Intramur- als 2.33 Key Club. Treasurer 3.43 National Honor Society 3,42 Philomath 3. Academics Editor 43 Spring Festival 3.43 Variety Show 4. MARIE ANTOBENEDETTO JACK A. ARAUJO: Soccer l.2.3,4. DEAN ARVIDSON: Music Festival 2. MICHAEL T. ASCIUKIEWICZ GARY AVILES YOLANDA AYUSO BRIAN C. BABINE: Chess Club 81 Team 1.23 Gymnastics 3. Captain 43 Intramurals 1,21 Na- tional Honor Society 3.43 Ping Pong 3. Cap- tain 4. JONATHAN BALDWIN: Ski Trip 3. HOWARD BARNSTONE: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 2.3.43 Drama Club 12.3.43 Gymnastics 2.3.41 National Honor Society 2.3.41 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 23 Speech Club 1.23 Steering Committee. 1.33 Student Coun- cil 3.43 Track 1. Class President 2. CATHERINE E. BARNSWELL: Candy Sale 1.2. Christmas Project 1.2.32 National Honor Society 3. MARYELLEN BARRETT: Fashion Show 2. MICHAEL L. BAUGH: Basketball 1: Cross Country 3. Co-Captain 43 Football 1.23 Intra- murals 1.2.3.43 Musical 43 Track 1.2.3. Cap- tain 4. IU I CHARLOTVE BEAUPRE CATHERINE F. BECKER: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Candy Sale 2: Christmas Project 12.3.43 Gymnastics 1. Intramurals 1.2.3.4: Ski Trip 4: Softball 1.2.3.4: Spring Festival 3: Steering Committee 1.2.3.4: Volleyball 1.2.3.4 WAYNE BEDFORD JIM BELFORTI: Baseball 1.2.3.4: Christmas Project 1.2.3.4: Hockey 1.2.3.4: Soccer 23 Steering Committee 1.2.3.4: Volleyball 1.2.3.4: Ping Pong 12.3. Captain 4. TODD BELL: Band 1.2.3.4: Football 1.2.3.4: Intramurals 12.3.43 Lacrosse 12: Orchestra 2.3.41 Spring Festival 1.2.3.4: Track 3.4. ELLEN FAYE BELTZER FRANCES B. BELTZER: Page 33 Philomath 33 Spring Festival 3: Student Crier 3: Typing Pool 3. JOHN J. BENEFITO CINDY BENGIOVANNI: Christmas Project 12.43 Intramurals 1: Homeroom Rep. 23 Stu- dent Government 2. MARY-ANNE BERARDI: Candy Sale 1.21 Christmas Project 1.2.3.4: Intramurals 2.3: National Honor Society 2.3.43 Page 33 Philo- math. Activities 81 Clubs Editor 4: Ski Trip 2.41 Spring Festival 3.43 Steering Committee 1.2.3.4: Student Council 1.2.31 Student Gov- ernment Day 2. MICHAEL BERARDI: Chess Club Si Team 13 Christmas Project 12: Intramurals 2.3: Spring Festival 3: Wrestling 3.4. KARYL R. BERENSON: Language Lab Aide 1.21 Philomath 43 Spanish Club 4. MARY BERNARD DEBORAH BERNARDI: Homeroom Rep. 13 Ski Trip 2: Typing Pool 3. PATRICIA A. BERRY: Tennis 1.2. VINCENT BERTOLINO: Chess Club 81 Team 1.2.42 Golf 3: Latin Club 1: Strategy 8. Tactics Club. President and Founder 4. LAURIE D. BINDER: A Capella 1.43 Christ- mas Project 43 Library Aide 1.2.33 Musical 2. Assistant Producer. Ticket Sales 3.4. Usher: Music Festival 1.3.43 National Honor Society 3.43 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 33 Spring Festival 3.4: YES. Program 12.3.43 Variety Show 3.4: Bermuda Trip 4. MIRIAM BLACK NANCY BLACQUIER JANIS BLAIR CINDY TERESA BLEASIUS: Homeroom Rep. 1: Ski Trip 33 Steering Committee 1.3. LINDA G. BLUIVIENTHAL: Candy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 3: Gymnastics 2: Intramur- als 1.2.3.43 Homeroom Rep. 43 Philomath 4: Ski Trip 23 Spanish Club 33 Steering Commit- tee 1.2.3: Tennis 2.3.43 Volleyball. Captain. MVP. 4. MERCEDES BORGES DONNA MARIE BOUCINI: Candy Sale 1: Cheerleader 13 Field Hockey 1.2.3.4: Musical 33 Philomath 4: Ski Trip 2.3.43 Steering Com- mittee 1.2.3.43 Tennis 12.3.41 Variety Show 3.4. DARLENE BOWDEN JANET BOWMAN: Drama Club 43 Page 4: Ski Club 1. BILL P. BRADFORD: Football 4. FREDERICK O. BRANDON: A. F. S. 3: Drama Club 1: Gymnastics 1.2.33 Intramurals 2.33 Musical 1. Ski Trip 2: Track 1. THERESA BRIGGS MITCH BROWN: A Capella 1.4: Audio Visual Aide 12.3.43 Drama Club 2.3. Muslcal 1.2. Music Festival 1.43 Page 4: Science Fiction Club 3.4: Ski Club 2.3. Ski Trip 2.3: Spanish Club 3. Treasurer 4: Spring Festival 2.3.4. Student Crier 3.4. KEVIN D. BRYANT: Intramurals 12.4. ANNE MBURKE1 Drama Club 1: Latin Club 2.33 Philomath 4: Tennis 1: Pom Pom Girl 2.3.43 Guidance Aide 4: Boston Globe Art Award 2. CYNTHIA BUSHEY ROBIN BUSHEY SUSAN M. BYRNE: Christmas Project 3: Fashion Show 1.2: Intramurals 2.3: Key Club 3.4: Musical 3: Philomath 3.4: Ski Trip 2.3, Ski Club 33 Spring Festival 3.4: Volleyball 4. LOUISE CAINE JOSEPH G. CAMPO: Chess Club 8 Team 1: Christmas Project 12.3.43 Latin Club 1.2: Li- brary Aide 1: Spring Festival 2. SUSAN CANNAN: A. F. S. 43 Christmas Pro- ject 4: Senior Play 4: Steering Committee 4: Student Council 4: Student Crier 4. MICHAEL CANOVA: Candy Sale 1.2: Christ- mas Project 1.2.3.4: Intramurals 1.2.3.41 La- crosse 123 Spring Festival 12.3.41 Steering Committee 12.3.43 Ping Pong 1.2.3.4. Most Friendly John Slason and Pam Fiore LAURA JEAN CARLSON1 A Capella 43 Drama Club 33 Glee Club 4: Spring Festival 23 Pom Pom Girl 2.3.43 Chorus 4. PATRICIA A. CARNEY: Drama Club 3.43 IFI- tramurals 1.2.31 Page 2.33 Philomath 33 Speech Club 3.4. Steering Committee 1,2,33 Student Crier 1.2.3.4 JOSEPH CARROLL' Basketball 13 Christmas Project 3.43 French Club 2,3, Treasurer 43 Junior Achievement 33 Language Lab Aide 1,23 Latin Club 2.3.43 Library Aide 2.33 Nation- al Honor Society 2.3.43 Philomath 43 Science Quiz Team 43 Spring Festival 3,43 Spring Cabaret 4. ARTHUR F. CASAVANT, III: Christmas Pro- ject 3.43 Drama Club 1.2: Intramurals 1,2,3,41 Lacrosse 2,3,4, Philomath 3,43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Ski Trip 2.3.43 Soccer 2,33 Steering Commit- tee 12.3.43 Student Crier 1.2, Crier Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Track 1,23 Swim- ming 3.4. TOM CASEY: Candy Sale 1,22 Christmas Project 1,233.43 Intramurals 1,2.3,43 Soccer 1,2,33 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Steering Com- mittee 1,2,3,4: Swimming 3,4. SCOTT CHALMERS MICHAEL CHASE JOSEPH CHAVES Q3 PAUL CHEFFERS: Cross Country 2.3.4. Captain, MVP 43 Science Quiz Team 33 Span- ish Club 33 Track 1,2,3,43 Indoor Track 2,3,4: Wrestling 1. KIRSTEN CHILDS: Christmas Project 33 ln- tramurals 1.2, Junior Achievement 23 Nation- al Honor Society 2.3: Spring Festival 23 Tutor 3. SUZANNE CHILDS: Christmas Project, Pro- ject Officer 43 Football, Manager 43 Musical 33 Music Festival 1,23 National Honor Society 3,43 Philomath 43 Softball, Manager 33 Spring Festival 2,3. DEBORA J. CHIPMAN DONALD CHOUINARD JOAN A, CHOUINARD: Christmas Project 43 Fashion Show 1,23 Key Club 3,43 Philomath 3.43 Spring Festival 3,43 Volleyball Team 4. GEORGE E. CHUTE: Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,4, Variety Show 43 Ping Pong 1,2,3. Captain 43 Volleyball 1,2,3,4. ROBERT CLAUSEN EARL F. CLINTON: Basketball 13 Cross Country 2,3,43 Football 13 Page 33 Track 1,2,3,4. Most Creative Mike Roby and Kathy Fair DAVID A. CLOPECK: Candy Sale 1,23 Christ- mas Project 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hock- ey 1,2,33 Lacrosse 2,3,43 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 2,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Steerng Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Government 3,43 Track 13 Variety Show 43 Swimming 43 Cerebral Palsy Telethon Com- mittee Chairman 4. GEOFFREY CMAR MARY CHRISTINE COBURN3 Christmas Pro- ject 33 Fashion Show 1,2,31Glee Club 1, Intra- murals 1,2,33 Music Festival 13 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 2,33 Steering Committee 13 Tennis 1,23 Swimming 3. VICTORIA COCO SUSAN L. COHEN: Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Field Hockey 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 National Hon- or Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Student Govern- ment 1,2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Track 1,2,3, Spring Track Manager. STEVE S. COLLOTTA: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 13 Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3, Captain J.V. Hockey: Homeroom Rep. 1,23 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 2,3.43 Soccer 2,33 Spring Festival 2,3,43 Steering Commit- tee 1,2,3,43 Handball 1,2,3,43 Volleyball 1,2,3,4. FLORENCE MARIA CONIGLIO: Fashion Show 1. LEORA CONTI: Fashion Show 2. CAROLYN CONVERY: Pom Pom Girl 1,2,3. Captain 43 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Gymnastics 3,43 Musical 1.2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philo- math 43 Senior Play 43 Speech Club 3.43 Spring Festival 1,2.33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Track 3, MICHAEL COOPER MARIA L. CORDEIRO: Candy Sale 2: Field Hockey 1,22 Gymnastics 13 Spanish Club 33 Steering Committee 1.2. BARBARA M. COX RICHARD CRIPPS: Band 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Jazz Band 1,2.3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3.43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Track 43 Variety Show 2.3.4. STEVE CRONIN: Spring Festival 3. CINDY CROSSMAN STACEY L. CRUISE: Christmas Project 1.2,3,4g Philomath 43 Spanish Club 13 Black Student Organization. PAMELA ANNE CYTROEN: Candy Sale 13 Christmas Project 33 Spring Festival 1,23 Steering Committee 1,2. MICHELLE DAGG GREGORY L. DALLAPE: German Club 1,2,3, Treasurer: Soccer Captain Freshman 1,2,33 Track 13 Volleyball 1.2. MATT C. DAVIES TAMMY J. DAVIS KAREN DECINA ANNE CHRISTINE DELPRETE: A Capella 2,43 Candy Sale 23 Fashion Show 1,31 Glee Club 2,43 Music Festival 4. BARBARA A. DEMERITT: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3. CYNTHIA DESHAW MANDY L. DEVERYZ BEISkeiball 23,41 Ski Trip 43 Softball 2,4-. DEBBIE DEVINE: A Capella 1,2,4: Field Hockey 23 Glee Club 1,2,43 Intramurals 33 Phi- lomath 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4. TAMARA L. DEW: A Capella 1,42 Candy Sale 2: Field Hockey 2: Glee Club 1,43 Musical 4: Music Festival 1,41 Steering Committee 1: Madrigal 4. STEVEN DEXTER VINCENT DICENSO: Senior Play 43 Variety Show 4. GERALDINE F. DICKMANN: Audio Visual Aide 3,43 Night School 4. MICHAEL DIGGINS JOY DIMATTEO: Fashion Show 1. JOANNA DINAN FRANK D. DIVITTORIO: Baseball 13 Christ- mas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3, Captain, MVP, All Star 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,33 Lacrosse 2,3,4g Ski Trip 2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 YES Pro- gram 3,43 Big Brother 3,4. KIMBERLY A. DOBSON: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 3,43 Field Hockey 23 Intra- murals 23 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Pep Class Couple Nancy Blacquier and Dan Frey fun, -lj Squad 1,2,3,4, ANDREA DONNELL MIKE E. DOWD: Ski Club 1,23 Ski Trip 3. ELIZABETH DRADY MICHAEL P. DUBE JASON DUCEY: Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 23 Intramurals 3,43 Hockey 13 La- crosse 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,43 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. SCOTT DURKEE1 Christmas Project 43 Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Page 33 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2,3,4Q Student Crier 43 Tennis 2,3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Swimming 4. ALAN R. DVORKIS: Christmas Project 3,41 Intramurals 2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Strategy 8. Tactics Club 43 Student Crier 43 Swimming 3. PATRICK EDEN: Candy Sale 1,23 Football 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4: Ski Trip 2,3,43 Soccer 33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Swimming 4. SUSAN EDES DENISE EHRHARD DONNA ELLISON1 Gymnastics 1,2, Gymnas- .4 'I I tics State Individuals 33 Intramurals 2,33 Phi- lomath 3,43 Senior Play 41 Ski Trip 2,43 Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,43 Typing Pool 2. PAMELA EMORY: Band 1,2,3,41 Christmas Project 1,2,33 Drama Club 1,23 Intramurals 13 Musical 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 13 Tennis 1,23 Variety Show 3,43 Swim- ming 3. CHERYL ENOS JANIS EPSTEIN: Intramurals 1.23 Musical 1.2. ERIC ESSIGMAN DANA S. ESTEY: A Capella 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Musical 2.3.43 Music Festival 1,2,3,4. SUSAN B. EYSMANN: A Capella 2,3,43 Christ- mas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1, Firebugs 2. Treasurer 3,43 French Club 1.3, President 4: Glee Club 2,43 Musical 2,33 Music Festival 2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Philomath 3. Lay' out Editor 4: Senior Play 43 Speech Club 33 Steering Committee 3,43 Student Crier 2.3. Feature Editor 4, Student Government Day 3,43 U.N. Assembly Program 33 Framingham Law Day Competition 3,43 Y. E. S. Program 3. JEFF FAIR 2 Best Sense of Humor Karen Hutchinson and Howard Barnstone KATHY FAIR1 Candy Sale 1,21 Christmas Project 3,43 Fashion Show 1,23 Intramurals 13 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2,3,4: Steering Com- mittee 1,2,3,43 Student Crier 43 Tennis 1,2,3. LAURA ANN FALCONIZ Volleyball 11 Philo- math 33 Spanish Club 1,2,3,43 J.V. Softball Manager 33 International Cabaret 4. LOUIS FALCONI DONNA-JEAN FALONE: A Capella 1,3,4: Band 2,3,43 Jazz Band 3,43 Majorettes 2,3, Captain 43 Music Festival 1,3343 Y. E. S Pro- gram 33 Mixed Chorus 1,3,4. PATRICIA R. FARRELL KENNETH FEINSTEIN: Musical 13 Senior Play 3,43 Student Council 1.43 Variety Show 1. MARK FELONE: Football 13 German Club 1,2.3,4. PAMELA G. FIORE: Candy Sale 1,21 Christ- mas Project 1,2.3,41 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 ln- tramurals l,2,3,43 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Softball 1,2,3: Steering Committee, Treasurer 1.2.3.4 CHARLES FLAHERTY NORMA DEBORAH FLYNN: Basketball Scor- ekeeper 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,43 Tennis 1,2,3,41 l Typing PooI3 3,43 Variety Show 43 Philomath 3. RICHARD FOGARTY: Drum Corps 1,2,334. BRYAN J. FOLEY: Christmas Project 2,33 Cross Country 43 Drama Club 23 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Homeroom Rep. 43 Latin Club 1.2,33 Musical 2: Philomath 43 Ski Trip 2,31 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Rat Crew 23 Italy 2. COLLEEN ANN FORD: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 4: Girls Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. GERRY FORD CHRIS FORNACIARI: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Bas- ketball 1,23 Christmas Project 43 Football 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Rep. 2,31 Italian Club 43 Key Club 43 Ski Club 3,43 Steering Committee 2,3,43 Y. E. S. Program 3,4. PAMELA J. FOSGATE: Candy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 1,2,33 Fashion Show 1,25 Intramurals 1,23 Senior Play 43 Steering Com- mittee 2,3,4. LINDA JEAN FOSS: A Capella 3: Band 4: Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 3,43 French Club 1,3343 Music Festival 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Orchestra 43 Philomath 4. GARY JASIN FOX: Cross Country 3,43 Intra- murals 3: Ski Club 13 Ski Trip 2,32 Track 2,3,4. BILL FRASER LISA A. FREDERICKSON: Candy Sale 13 Ten- nis 1,2Q Pom Pom Girl 3. DAN J. FREY: Basketball 1,43 Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Steering Committee 2,3,43 Stu- dent Council 2,31 Track 2. STEPHEN D. FRIED: Baseball 13 Chess Club 8. Team 23 Drama Club 2,3,43 Fashion Show 3,43 Football 1,21 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Home- room Rep. 1,23 Key Club 3: Musical 3,42 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Spring Festival 23 Steering Com- mittee 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1,23 Student Crier 23 Tennis 2. RACHEL IVY FRIEDMAN: A Capella 2,32 Can- dy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3: Drama Club 1,2,33 Glee Club 2.3: Junior Achieve- ment 13 Musical 2,3,43 Philomath 4: Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 3,42 Spanish Club 1,2,33 Spring Festival 2,31 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 1,2,3,43 Volleyball 1,2,3Q Prom Committee 3. JAY KEVIN FUNK: Candy Sale 1,23 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Steering Com- mittee 1,2. CHRIS GALANTE: Baseball 13 Hockey 1. TARA GALLAGHER RICHARD M. GAPPEN JR. AARON L. GARDNER: Basketball 4: Intra- murals 43 Variety Show 4. PATRICK MICHAEL GARRAHAN: Basketball 1,2,33 Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,4Q Intramurals 1,2,33 Key Club 4: Ski Club 2,3,43 Soccer 132,33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,4. LORI JOY GARTZ: Candy Sale 13 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Work Study 3,4. ROBERT GAVEL: Lacrosse 2: Soccer 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 2. MARK S. GELFOND: Gymnastics 3, Captain 43 Intramurals 3,43 Variety Show 2. MARISA GENTILEI Christmas 1,2,3,4. Project MARY A. GEOGHEGAN ROBERT P. GEORGE: Basketball 13 Fashion Show 23 Football 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Soccer 13 Tennis 13 Track, Freshman Captain 1.2,3,4. RICHARD JOEL GLASER: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 33 Homeroom Rep. 1.2: Key Club 3. Secretary 43 Latin Club 1.2,3,43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Philomath. Edi- tor Business and Advertising 43 Ski Trip 33 Spring Festival 2.33 Steering Committee 1.2.33 Student Crier 2.3. Exchange Editor 43 Spotlight Crew for Musical 33 Model U.N. of Assumption College 33 Holy Cross Book Prize. ANITA J. GOLDIN: A Capella 2.3.43 Band 23 Drama Club 1.2: Glee Club 2.3.43 Intramurals 13 Musical 1.22 Music Festival 2,33 Orchestra 13 Philomath 43 Senior Play 41 Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 1. DEBORAH LYNN GOLDMAN: A Capella 2.3.43 Band 2.3.43 Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 2.3.43 Cross Country Manager 2.3.43 Glee Club 2.3.4. Mixed Chorus 2.3.43 Gym- nastics 1,2,3, Captain 43 Intramurals 1.2,3,43 Jazz Band 2,33 Musical 2.3.43 Music Festival 2.3.43 National Honor Society 3,43 Orchestra 2.3.43 Philomath 3, Sports Editor 43 Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 3,43 Spring Festival 1.2,3,43 Steering Committee 1.2,3,43 Student Council 43 Track Manager 1.2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Madrigal Ensemble 2.3.43 CP Telethon 43 SMARC 4. CARLOS GONZALES DENISE GONZALES LAWRENCE GOOCH JOHN H. GOOD: Basketball 13 Christmas Project 3.43 Football 1.2,3,43 Intramurals 1.2,3,43 Key Club 3.43 Track 3.4. JEFFREY GOODMAN: Basketball 13 Golf 1.2,3,43 Musical 23 Work Study 4. DONNA MARIE GOODWIN: Candy Sale 13 Drama Club 33 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 3.4: Spring Festival 33 Pom Pom Girl 2.3.43 Home- Ec Club 1. LISA GORMAN NANCY B. GORMAN: A. F. S. 43 Christmas Project 43 National Honor Society 43 Spanish Club 43 Student Crier 43 S.S. Club 4. PATRICK GORMLEY SUSAN M. GRACE: Candy Sale 1.21 Latin Club 1.2. EUGENE GRANT JOHN GRAY: Football 13 Gymnastics 3,43 In- tramurals 2.3.4. RUSSELL F. GRAY: Intramurals. First Place Trophy for Badminton Doubles 4. WENDY L. GREB: Candy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 2.3.43 French Club 1.2.3, Vice-Presi- dent 43 Gymnastics 1.2.31 National Honor So- ciety 2,3.43 Page 1.2,3,43 Spring Festival 2.3, Overall Co-Chairmang Steering Committee 33 Student Crir 1.2, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in- Chief 43 Varsity Tennis 1.2,3,43 Swim Team 43 Awards Committee 3.4. LEE KATHRYN GRISWOLD: Varsity Swim Team 3.4. Most Valuable Player in Diving. ROBERT L. GROSSBERG: Band 1.2,3,43 Christmas Project 43 Intramurals 43 Jazz Band 2.3.43 Musical 1.2.3, Assistant Musical Director 43 Music Festival 1.2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Orchestra 1.2,3,43 Philo- math. Copy Editor 43 Senior Play 3,43 Spring Festival 2.3.43 Variety Show 3,43 Who's Who Among Music Students in American High Schools 4. PETER GROSSMAN JOYCE A. GUGLIELMO: Candy Sale 13 Field Hockey 2,33 GirI's Turkey Day 2.3.43 Intra- murals 1.2,3,43 Musical 23 Philomath 43 Ski Trip 2.3.43 Steering Committee 1.2,3,43 Ten- nis 1.23 Volleyball. Captain 4. PAMELA J. GUSHA: Candy Sale 1.23 Christ- mas Project 1.2,3,43 Ski Trip 2.3.4. 41' . . 1' I F- 3" MARY HALLY WILLIAM HALL CURT HAMILTON: Gymnastics 1.23 Junior Achievement 43 Science Fiction Club 2. Ski Trip 3.4. JOHN B. HAMPSHIRE II: A. F. S. 3.43 Band 1.2,3,43 Christmas Projet 3.43 Gymnastics 41 Intramurals 3.43 Hockey 13 Jazz Band 3.43 Latin Club 13 Musical 1.2,3,43 Music Festival 1.2,3,43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Na- tional Merit 33 Orchestra 1.2,3,43 Philomath 43 Soccer 2.3.43 Spring Festival 2.3.43 Stu- dent Crier 43 Madrigal 2.3.4. CAROLYN M. HANLEY: Christmas Project 3.43 Field Hockey 1.23 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Spanish Club 33 Steering Committee 1.2,3,43 Track 13 Tutor 2.3.4. KATHY HANLEY JAMES M. HANSCOM: Intramurals 1.2,3,43 Hockey 1.2,3,43 Soccer 1.2.3. Captain 43 Vari- ety Show 43 Pep Squad 1.2.3.4 KIM HANSCOM CINDY HAPPY: A Capella 43 Audio Visual Aide 3.43 Glee Club 2.3.43 Key Club 3: Music Festival 2.3.43 Science Fiction Club 43 Track 2.3.43 Guidance Aide 2.33 Mixed Chorus 2.3.4. KATHLEEN HARRINGTON: Basketball 1.2.3. Y 'f 5: 4 " ig, -4 E I l"" i if A vs Most Intelligent Wendy Greb and Stu Zakon Captain 4: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2.3.43 Field Hockey 1.2.3. MV.P. 43 Intra- murals 1.2.3,43 Homeroom Rep. 4: National Honor Society 2.3.43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Softball 1.2. Captain 3.43 Steering Committee 1,2.3.43 Class President 1: Vari- ety Show 43 Student Government Day 3.43 Rep. to Government Day - Boston 43 DAR Good Citizen Award 4: C,P. Telethon 4, KAREN ELIZABETH HARVEY: A, F. S, 43 Can- dy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 3.43 Field Hockey 1,2.3.43 Intramurals 1.23 Musical 1.3: National Honor Society 2.3, Vice-President 42 Philomath 3. Lay-Out Co-Editor 4: Senior Play 4: Steering Committee 1,2.3.43 Cerebral Pal- sy Telethon 4. SCOTT HAYDEN: Track 13 Work Study 3.4. CATHY HEALY THOMAS A. HEFFERNANZ Baseball 21 Bas- ketball 1.2.3.4 ROBERT A. HELLER3 Christmas Project 3.4: Cross Country 23 Intramurals 2.3.43 Home- room Rep. 43 National Honor Society 3.43 Phi- lomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2.3.43 Steer- ing Committee 2. President of Class 3,43 Stu- dent Crier 43 Variety Show 43 Swim Team 3,43 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 43 Student Govern- ment Day 3.43 Jewish War Veterans Award 4. TERRY HEMEN I., l l LAWRENCE HENDRY: Cross Country 13 Football 2.31 Golf 1,2.3.43 Hockey 1.2.31 Spring Festival 43 Variety Show 2.4. DONNA MARIE HILLIARD: Intramurals 1.2: Softball 13 Tennis 1.2. JAMES M. HINCKLEY: Candy Sale 23 Intra- murals 13 Spring Festival 33 Wrestling 3. THEODORE L. HOBBS: Golf 1.2.4. KATHY A. HOLT: Basketball 1,2.3.43 Fashion Show 13 Field Hockey 1.2.3. Captain 4: Intra- murals 1.2.3.43 Softball l.2.3.4. ALLYSON E. HOPKINS: A Capella 2.3.42 Candy Sale 1.23 Cheerleader 1.2.3,4: Drama Club 1,2.3.43 Glee Club 2.3.43 Musical 1,2.3.43 Music Festival 2.3.43 Ski Trip 2.3.42 Steering Committee 3. EDWARD ALAN HOWE3 Track 1.2. MIKE HRATKO3 Basketball 1.2. KATHLEEN SUE HUDSON: Fashion Show 13 Glee Club 33 Musical 23 Music Festival 33 Spring Festival 2.31 Christmas Music Show 33 YES Program 3. SHARON L. HULLUM: Basketball 1: Fashion Show 13 Gymnastics 13 Metco. Most Im- proved Student Award3 Spring Festival 23 Achievement Award FAA Summer Job Pro- gram. 'rf' Most School Spirited George Chute and Judy Ziman LINDSAY ANN HUNTOON: Band 2.3.41 Ger- man Club 1,2,3,4Q Jazz Band 43 Musical 3,43 Music Festival 2.3.43 National Honor Society 3,43 Orchestra 3.4. BRETT T. HUSS: Baseball l.2.3.4. Captain J.V. Team: Basketball 13 Football 1,21 Intra- murals l.2.3.4. KAREN ANN HUTCHINSON: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2.3.43 Fashion Show 13 Intramurals 1.2.33 Homeroom Rep. 1.23 Ju- nior Achievement 3j Page 3,43 Philomath 3,42 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2.3: Steering Commit- tee 1.2.3. Secretary 43 Variety Show 43 Dance Committee 1,2.3.43 Rallies 3.43 Pep Squad 1,2.3.43 Prom Committee 33 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 43 Stop Smoking Committee 4. RICK HUTTON AMY B. ISAACSL A Capella 43 Drama Club 2.33 Glee Club 43 Gymnastics 1,23 Intramurals 1.2.33 Musical 33 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 4. JILL M. ISAACSON: Basketball. Girl's Man- ager 23 Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 1.2.33 Field Hockey 1,21 Intramurals 1,2.3.43 Homeroom Rep. 1.2.33 Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 1,2.3.43 Variety Show 43 Prom Committee 3. JOHN H. JACHOWICZ: Basketball 1.23 Can- dy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 1,2.3.43 Foot- ball 13 Intramurals 1,2.3.43 Homeroom Rep. 2.33 Junior Achievement 33 Lacrosse l.2.3.4. 1975 Eastern Mass All Star: Philomath, Sports Co-Editor 43 Science Quiz Team 43 Ski Trip 2.3.43 Soccer 2.3.43 Steering Committee 1,2.3.43 Student Crier 43 Variety Show 43 Swimming 3,43 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 4. WILLIE JACKSON CAROL DEE JAKUTIS: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2.3.43 Intramurals 1.2.33 Steering Committee 2.3. KAREN A. JOHNSON: Field Hockey 23 Intra- murals 2.3: Music Festival 23 National Honor Society 2.3.4. JACQUELINE SUZANNE JONES: Band 2.3.42 Junior Achievement 43 Key Club 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 33 Spanish Club 2.3, President 43 Spring Festival 3.43 Steering Committee l.2.3.4. GEORGE JORDAN: Football l.2.3.4. Junior Varsity MVP: Intramurals 1,2.3.43 Lacrosse 1: Youth SMARC l.2.3.4. MARY JORDAN: Christmas Project 33 Candy Sale 23 French Club 1.23 Junior Achievement. Secretary 23 Lacrosse 23 National Honor Soci- L+ ety 2.3: Spanish Club 33 Steering Committee 1.2. MAUREEN KANZ CHRISTOPHER J. KEILEY: Christmas Pro- ject 43 Cross Country 13 Intramurals 1.2.3.43 Hockey 1.2.3. Co-Captain 43 Lacrosse 1.2.3.43 Philomath 43 Steering Committee 1.2,3.4. MARY G. KELLER ROBIN D. KELLEY3 A Capella 2.3.43 Band 4: Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 2.3.41 French Club 1.3.41 Glee Club 2.3.41 Intramur- als 23 Musical 2.43 Music Festival 2.3.43 Na- tional Honor Society 3.4: Orchestra 43 Philo- math 4: Senior Play 13 Spring Festival 2.41 Variety Show 23 Mixed Chorus 2.3.4. JEAN P. KELLY: Band 3.43 Candy Sale 1: Field Hockey 23 Steering Committee 1.2. LAURIE J. KELLY: Candy Sale 1.23 Christ- mas Project 3.43 Key Club 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 2: Spanish Club 43 Tennis 13 Swim Team 3. CHRISTOPHER J. KEMP: Band 1: Candy Sale 13 Christmas Project 1.2.3.43 Boy's Tur- key Day 43 Intramurals 1.2.3.43 Latin Club 3: National Honor Society 2.3.41 Orchestra 13 Track 13 National Merit Scholarship Award. KEVIN KENNEY KATHLEEN KEOHANE: Candy Sale 1: Christ- mas Project 43 Field Hockey 2,32 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Musical 23 Philomath 43 Steering Committee 1.2,3.4. Variety Show 43 Volley- ball 4. KIM KETCHI: Christmas Project 13 Drama Club 33 Spring Festival 3. PAULA KILIMNIK: A Capella 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3.4Q Drama Club 1.2.3. President 43 Homeroom Rep. 1.2.3.43 Musical 1.2.3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Orchestra 1.2: Page 1.23 Senior Play 2.41 Speech Club 1.2. President 3.43 Spring Festival 1.2.3.43 Stu- dent Crier 1.21 Variety Show 1.23 Third Place Award in the Massachusetts Speech Festival and Debate Tourney State Semi-finals at Mas- conomet Regional High School 13 Certificate of Excellence in the Massachusetts Speech Festival and Debate Tourney State Finals at the University of Massachusetts. Amherst 13 Second Place Trophy in the Massachusetts Speech Festival at the University of Massa- chusetts 33 Fourth Place Award in the Massa- chusetts Speech Festival and Debate Tourney State Finals 3: "Uncle Blippy" Award from the Drama Society 3. Most Musical Eric Summer and Patty O'Grady iT-"Ffi'4ci"f'r'- - 3 . I . V - I ,Q KATHY M. KIMBALL3 Cheerleader 2.3.4. Fashion Show 13 Field Hockey 1. Homeroom Rep. 43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 3.42 Steering Committee 1.2.3.43 Tennis 1.2.3.43 Variety Show 4. CHERYL KIRKPATRICK JENNIFER KIRONYA JOHN KNAPP TIMOTHY JOSEPH KNAPP3 Soccer 4. LAWRENCE M. KRANSELER: Intramurals 1.2.3.43 National Honor Society 2.3.43 Ski Trip 3.43 Steering Committee 1.2.3.43 Track 1.2,3.4. MATTHEW H. KULKIN: Basketball 1.2.3.43 Christmas Project 3.43 Intramurals 1.2.3.43 Key Club 3. Secretary 43 National Honor Soci- ety 2.3.41 Philomath 43 Soccer 1.2. JOHN KWASEK ANNE M. LACROIX: Candy Sale 13 Fashion Show 1,2,4Q German Club 1.2. President 4: National Honor Society 2.3.43 Lacrosse 23 Spring Festival 3: Steering Committee 2.4. ANTONIO M. LAGE: A Capella 3.43 Band 1.2.3.43 Jazz Band 3.43 Musical 2.3.43 Music Festival 1.2.3.43 Orchestra 3.43 Variety Show 2.3.4. LYNNE M. LAINCZ CAROL LATHAM-BROWN: A Capella 4: Christmas Project 43 Glee Club 43 Library Aide 1.2.32 Musical 2.3.43 Music Festival 43 Senior Play 2.43 Ski Trip 33 Spring Festival 3.43 Vari- ety Show 3.4. WALLACE LAWSON: Band 1.2.3.43 Cross Country 43 Musical 2.3.43 Music Festival 1.2.3.43 Orchestra 2.3.43 Spring Festival 23 Track 1.2,3.4. DAVE LEHMANN: Football 23 Gymnastics 1: Track 1.4. CAROL A. LELLI: Candy Sale 1.2. Christmas Project 1.2.3.43 Fashion Show 1.23 Intramur- als 1.2,3.4. Homeroom Rep. 23 Ski Club 43 Steering Committee 1.2.3.43 Variety Show 4: Prom Committee 33 Pep Squad 1.2.3.43 Ral- lies 1.2,3.4. KIM MARIE LENNARD: Candy Sale 1.2: Cheerleader 1.2.3,4Q Gymnastics 1.2. Intra- murals 1.2.33 Musical 23 Philomath 3: Speech Club 2.3. Spring Festival 2.33 Student Council 2.3: Student Crier 1.2.3.43 Typing Pool 1. ALLAN SCOTT LEVINE: A. F. S. 33 Candy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 1.2.3.43 Gymnas- tics 1.2. Manager 43 Musical 43 National Hon- or Society 2.3.4: Philomath. Co-Editor Senior Section. Co-Editor Senior Photo Coordinator. 43 Senior Play 4: Steering Committee 2.3.41 Most Likely to Succeed Art Casavant and Kathy Harrington sf Student Crier 35 School Committee Repre- sentative 4. Student Government Day 3.4. 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1.2.3.4 RICHARD LORING: Lacrosse 1.2.35 Ski Trip ELIZABETH LEWALLEN 2. NOLA J. LEWIS: Band 2,35 Christmas Pro- ject 1.2.35 Majorettes 2,35 Spring Festival 1.2.3. RENEE MARIE LEWIS: A Capella 3.45 Audio Visual Aide 3.4: Glee Club 3.45 Gymnastics 1.25 Junior Achievement. President 35 Lan- guage Lab Aide 3.45 Musical 45 Philomath 45 Science Fiction Club 3.45 Senior Play 45 Vari- ety Show 4. MARTHA LINCOLN: Christmas Project 23 French Club 25 Latin Club 25 Volleyball 3. VIRGINIA ANN LOGAN: A Capella 25 Candy Sale 1.25 Field Hockey 2.3.45 Homeroom Rep. 2.3.45 Intramurals 1.2.35 Musical 35 Page 3.45 Philomath 45 Ski Club 4: Ski Trip 2.3.45 Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 45 Ten- nis 35 Variety Show 4. LINDSAY LOMAN: Christmas Project 15 Dra- ma Club 25 Intramurals 1.25 Musical 2: Span- ish Club 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1.2. DARLENE R LOMBARDINI: Candy Sale 1.25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Fashion Show 1,25 Ski Trip 3.4. Typing Pool 2.3. MARIO LOPESi Intramurals 25 Soccer KRISTIN ANGELIQUE LUNNY JEAN LYNCH: Christmas Project 1.2.3.4. SARA KAYE MACLEOD: Candy Sale 1.25 Field Hockey 25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Home- room Rep. 2.3.45 Steering Committee 1.2.3.4 JOHN MAGNOTTA: Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 German Club 2.45 Intramurals 3.4: Spring Festival 35 Strategy 81 Tactics Club 45 Track 1. CYNTHIA A. MALCOMB: Basketball 1.25 Candy Sale 1,25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 1.2.35 Girl's Turkey Day 1,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Sen- ior Play 45 Ski Trip 2,45 Softball 1.25 Spring Festival 3.45 Steering Committee 1.2.3,4: Tennis 1,2,3,45 Florida Trip 45 Bermuda Trip 3,45 Variety Show 45 Rallies 2.3.45 Prom Com- mittee 3. DEBRA L. MALONE: A Capella 15 Basketball 1.2.3. Captain 45 Candy Sale 1.25 Christmas Project 2.35 Field Hockey 1.2.3, Captain 45 Glee Club 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2.3.45 Philomath 45 Ski Trip 45 Softball 1.2.3, Captain, MVP 45 Steering Com- mittee 2.3.45 Student Crier 4. MICHAEL J. MALONE: Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 35 Ski Trip 45 Spring Festival 3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4. CAROL ANNE MANGINI: Basketball 3.45 Candy Sale 15 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Girl's Turkey Day 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Phi- lomath 35 Ski Trip 2.3.45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Typing Pool 4. LENORE E. MANIKAS: Glee Club 25 Music Festival 2. LYNNE KAREN MANION: Band 2.3.45 Candy Sale 1,25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Fashion Show 15 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 French Club 3.45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse Statistician 15 Majorettes 2,3,4, Feature Twirler5 Musical 2.3.45 National Honor Society 2.3, Secretary 45 Page 2.35 Philomath 45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club 45 Ski Trip 2.3.45 Spring Festival 3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Student Council 2,45 Student Crier 3.45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 45 Student Government Day 2.3.45 Prom Committee 3. GERALD MANSEAU: Audio Visual Aide 1,2,3,45 Tech Crew 1,2,3,45 Videotaping 1.2.3.4 NINA MANSFIELD: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 25 Glee Club 1.2.35 Intramurals 1,25 Homeroom Rep. 15 Student Council 1.35 YES Program 3. RICHARD E. MANTZ: Work Study 2.3.4. CARL D. MANUCCI: Baseball 15 Candy Sale 1.25 Spanish Club 1. TED MARAKOULOS: Baseball 25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Key Club 35 Lacrosse 1. PHIL O. MATH: Tic Tac Toe Club 1, failed to make team 2.35 Class Mascot 1,2,3,45 Honor- ary member and Manager of the PEANUT GALLERY 1.2.3, Chief Peanut 4. Third Place in Mister America Contest COnly two people en- teredj 35 First Place Marble Shooting Contest 1. CELIA F. MAZZA: A Capella 33 Glee Club 3. RITA MCCARTHY BONNIE JEAN MCCORKINDALE: Band 4: Candy Sale 1,25 Christmas Project 3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 French Club 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep. 45 Musical 3.45 Mu- sic Festival 45 National Honor Society 2.3.42 Orchestra 45 Page 3,45 Philomath 45 Ski Club 45 Ski Trip 2.3.45 Steering Committee Secre- tary 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 3,45 Tennis 1.22 Variety Show 3,4. MARY LOU MCCOURT: Candy Sale 1,21 Christmas Project 2,3,41 Drama Club 1,21 Field Hockey 21 French Club 11 Key Club 3,41 Latin Club 1, Secretary 21 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,41 Philomath 3,41 Ski Trip 21 Spring Festival 2,3,41 Steering Committee 1,2,3,41 Student Crier 3,41 Tennis 21 Bicentennial Sec- onds 3.4. CHARLES T. MCDONALD: Work Study. JEAN MCGOWAN: Basketball 1,21 Field Hockey 21 Intramurals 1,2,3,41 Jazz Band 11 Page 41 Softball 1,2,3,41 YES Program 1,2,3,4. CATHLEEN A. MCGRAIL: Christmas Project 41 Drama Club 41 Fashion Show 11 French Club 1,21 Musical 2,3,41 Page 3, Assistant Edi- tor 41 Variety Show 1,21 Guidance Aide 1. MELISSA J. MCGRATH1 Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 3,41 Drama Club 21 Fashion Show 21 Homeroom Rep. 41 Musical 21 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,41 Philomath 41 Spanish Club 2,41 Steering Committee 1,2,3,41 Student Crier 31 Tennis 11 Track 31 Swimming 3,41 YES Program 1,2. CHARLOTTE MCGUIGAN KATHLEEN MCINTYRE: Candy Sale 1,2,3: Christmas Project 4: Fashion Show 1,2,3,41 Intramurals 1,2,3,41 Italian Club 41 Senior Play 41 Ski Club 3,41 Ski Trip 2,41 Steering Committee 1,2,3,41 Variety Show 41 Rally Committee 2,31 Pep Squad 1,2,3,41 Dance Committee 3,4, DEIRDRE MCKEATING MIKE MCKEOWN: Baseball 1,21 Basketball 1,2,3,41 Football 1,2,31 Intramurals 1,2,3,41 Key Club 3,43 Library Aide 31 Spring Festival 4. STEPHEN J. MCKEOWN: Band 11 Basketball 1,22 Christmas Project 1,2,31 Football 1. BONNIE S. MCKINSTRY: Cheerleader 1,21 Gymnastic 1,2. MARY ALICE MCLEAN: A Capella 1,2,31 A. F. S. 3, American Field Service Scholarship 41 Candy Sale 1,21 Christmas Project 1,2,3,41 Drama Club 1, Vice-President 2,31 Glee Club 1,2131 Homeroom Rep. 1.2.31 Musical 1,2,41 Music Festival 1,2,3,41 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,41 Page 1,41 Philomath 41 Senior Play 1,41 Ski Trip 3,41 Speech Club 1, Vice-Presi- dent 2,31 Spring Festival 1,2,3,41 Steering Committee 1,2, Vice-President 3,41 Student Crier 11 Variety Show 1,41 'Reality and Other Illusions," "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," "Marat Sade," "The Real Inspector Hound," State Drama Festival 'tAria Da Capo" All Star Cast Award. LAURIE MEDEIROS1 PATRICIA MELANSON1 Homeroom Rep. 1,21 Christmas Project 1,2. LOIS ANNE MENINNO: Candy Sale 1,21 Christmr' Project 1,2.3,41lntramuraIs 1,2,3: Steering Committee 1,2,31 Typing Pool 2,3,41 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. KENNETH MESSOM. DICK MILES: Baseball 21 Football 1, M. V. P. 2,3,41 CATHY S. MILLER: Candy Sale 11 Christmas Project 2,3,41 Intramurals 1,21 Musical 2,31 National Honor Society 2,3,41 Philomath 3,41 Ski Trip 3,41 Steering Committee 1,2,3,41 Stu- dent Government 2, Treasurer 3, President 41 Student Crier 41 Track 1,2,3, Manager: Vari- ety Show 3,41 Student Government Day 2,3,41Telethon 41 Rallies 3,41 Tutor 31 Prom Committee 31 Dance Committee 4. MARY MILLER DAVID B. MILLINGTON: German Club 2,31 Key Club 4. SHEILA MICHELE MOLLOY: Candy Sale 11 Christmas Project 2,3,41 Fashion Show 11 Ski Club 2,31 Spanish Club 1,2, Secretary 3,41 Spring Festival 2,31 Steering Corrirnittee 4 Variety Show 3, ERIC MOODY1 Christmas Project 1,2, Golf 1,2,3,41 Intramurals 21 Page 1,2 ANASTASIA M. MOORE: Intramurals 2. Jue nior Achievement 2.3. Steering Committee 1. First Prize poem in 275th essay contest, Poem published in Jean's Journal, Student Director of Foreign Language Tutoring, Stu- dent Aide at McCarthy School: Poem pub' lished in Yearbook of Modern Poetry - 19761 Tutored French. MARK MORAN THERESE MORINI KATHLEEN ANN MOYNIHAN' Candy Sale 1,21 Christmas Project 1,21 Field Hockey 2. Football Manager 31lntramurals 1,2.3,4, Phi- lomath, Business and Advertising Staff 3,43 Ski Trip 2,3,41 Spring Festival 41 Steering Committee 1,2,3,41 Tennis 1,21 Variety Show 41 Prom Committee 31 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. BILL MUNGER ANN M. MURPHY: Candy Sale 1.21 Christe mas Project 2,3,41 Intramurals 1.2,3,4g Sen- ior Play 41 Ski Trip 2,3,41 Spanish Club 11 Steering Committee 1,2,3,41 Variety Show 41 Rallies 3,41 Prom Committee 31 Dance Com- mittee 3,4 Most Popular Kathy O'Brien and Robert Heller JANE E. MURPHY: Candy Sale 2: Cheer- leader 3.4: Intramurals 2.3: Philomath 4: Ski Trip 2,3,4: Steering Committee 1,2.3,4: Vari- ety Show 4: Prom Committee 3: Rallies 3,4. KAREN L. MURPHY: Candy Sale 2: Christ- mas Project 3: Fashion Show 2.3. ROBERT E. MURPHY: Baseball 1.2: Football 1.2.31 Intramurals 1.2.3,4: Hockey 1.2: Vari- ety Show 4. CATHERINE MURRAY: Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. MARCI L. MYERS: Audio Visual Aide 3.4: Candy Sale 1: Science Fiction Club, President 3.4: Spanish Club 4: Spring Festival 3.4: He- brew Club 4. TOM NADEAU: Candy Sale 1.2: Chess Club 81 Team 1.2: Christmas Project 1,2.3,4: Hock- ey 1,2,3.4: Ski Trip 2,3,4: Spring Festival 1.2.3.4: Steering Committee 1,2,3,4: Track 1.2. WILLIAM NEWTON BRIAN S. NICOLAS: Hockey 1: Lacrosse 1. KATHLEEN V. O'BRlEN: Basketball 1.2: Can- dy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 2,3,4: Field Hockey 1.2,3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4: Home- room Rep. 1,2,3,4: National Honor Society 2,3,4: Philomath 4: Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 2,3,4: Steering Committee, 1,2,3,4. Vice- President 1.2: Student Crier 4: Tennis 1,2,3,4: Variety Show 4: Rallies 3.4: Tutor 2.4: Dance Committee 1,2,3,4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA C. O'DONNELL: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 1.2.3,4: Fashion Show 1.2,3,4: Library Aide 1.2,3.4: Philomath 4: Ski Trip 3.4: Softball 3.4: Tennis 3.4. PATRICIA A. O'GRADY: A Capella 1,2,3,4: Color Guards 2.3: Drama Club 1,2,3.4: Glee Club 1,2,3,4: Musical 1.2.33 Music Festival 1.2,3,4: Spring Festival 1,2.3,4: Ski Trip 4: Track 2: Madrigal 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL OHANESSIAN: Baseball 1.2,3,4: Basketball 2.3: Football 1.2: Intramurals 1.2.3,4: Variety Show 4. STEPHEN O'NElLL: Baseball 1,2,3.4: Foot- ball 1,21 Hockey 1,2,3,4: Soccer 2.3. STEVE O'RElLLY: Basketball 23 Candy Sale 1,2: Christmas Project 1.2.3. GERALD O'ROURKE: Christmas Project 1,2.3,4: Softball 4. LINDA ANN O'ROURKE: Bowling 3. CHARLEENE E. ORME: Drama Club 1: French Club 1. Track 4. LAURIE OSTERHOLM NANCY OUELLETTE Most Versatile John Jachowicz and Mary Alice McLean GLENN R, PAGE: Intramurals 1,2,3.4: Hock- ey 1,2,3: Y.E.S. Program 4. JILL ANNE PAITCHEL: Basketball 2,3,4: Candy Sale 1: Field Hockey 23 Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Homeroom Rep. 43 Philomath 3.4: Ski Trip 2: Softball 1,2,3: Steering Committee 1,2,3,4: Student Crier 4. GENOVEFFA PALMIERI: Candy Sale 13 ltaian Club President 4: Philomath 4: Student Crier 4. ANN PERODEAU: Basketball 1.2: Candy Sale 1.2: Cheerleader 13 Christmas Project 1.2: Drama Club 1.2: Fashion Show 1.2: Field Hockey 23 French Club 1.2: Glee Club 1.2: Gymnastics 1. KRIS PERRY: Candy Sale 1: Christmas Pro- ject 1,2,3,4: Color Guards 2.3. Captain 4: Fashion Show 1.2: Field Hockey 2: Intramur- als 2: Ski Trip 2,3,4: Steering Committee 1,2,3,4. ERIC PETERSON KATHI PITTS: Glee Club 2: Gymnastics 1: YES Program 3. ROBYN FRANCES POLOMARENKO: A Ca- pella 2: Drama Club 2,3,4: Fashion Show 4: Music Festival 1.2,3: Ski Club 3: Ski Trip 3: Mixed Chorus 1.2.3. HERBERT PRESSMAN DAVID ALLEN PROIA: Cross Country 1.2: Ski Trip 2: Track 1.2. MARK S. PROIA: Cross Country 1: Hockey 1.2,3: Ski Trip 2. MARY PRUSSMAN SARAH QUEEN SUSAN RAWLING: Library Aide 1.2: Spring Festival 2: Guidance Aide 1.2.3. KAREN A. READ: Basketball 1,2.3: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 3.4: Field Hockey 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3: Homeroom Rep. 1: Latin Club 2.3: National Honor Society 2.3. Corresponding Secretary 4: Philomath 3. Edi- tor of Underclass Section 4: Senior Play 4: Softball 1,2,3,4: Steering Committee 2,3,4: Prom Committee 3: Rallies 3,4. LAURIE R. RESNEK: Christmas Project 3.4: Intramurals 3.4: Key Club 4: Library Aide 2: National Honor Society 3.4: Philomath 3.4: Ski Trip 3: Spring Festival 3.4: Tennis 4: Vol- leyball 4. JOHN RIGOPOULOS: Baseball 1.2,3,4: Bas- ketball 1: Christmas Project l,2.3,4: Intra- murals 1.2.3.4: Junior Achievement 2.3: Ski Trip 2.3.4: Soccer 1.2.3.4: Steering Commit- tee 1.2.3.4: Track 2: Variety Show: Anna Mur- phy League 1.2.3.4: Volleyball 1.2.3.4: Hand- ball 1.2.3,4. LISA J. ROBERTS. Candy Sale 1.2: Christ- mas Project 3.4: Field Hockey 2: Intramurals 1.2.31 Page 3: Philomath 3, Co-Editor 4: Sen- ior Play 4. Spring Festival 3.4: Steering Com- mittee 1.2.3.4: Variety Show 4: Student Gov- ernment Day 3.4: C.P. Telethon 4: Delegate To Model U.N. 3. ANDY ROBINSON: Baseball 1.2.4: Basket- ball 1.2: Cross Country 1.2: Drama Club 1: Homeroom Rep. 3.4: Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 2.3.4: Steering Committee 3.4: Volleyball 1.2.3.4. MICHAEL DEAN ROBY: Hockey 1.2: Spring Festival 3: Page 3. RICK RODMAN: Baseball 1: Football 1.4: Ski Trip 2.3: Tennis 4. SANTOS RODRIGUEZ JANICE ROGERS: Candy Sale 1: Christmas Project 3: Steering Committee 1. PETER ROONEY CHRISTIAN ROSE KENNETH ROTATORI LESLEY ANNE RUSSELL: Intramurals 2: Homeroom Rep. 2.4: Spring Festival 2: 11th place Miss Yankee Pageant 1974. CHRISTINA RYAN: Candy Sale 1: Christmas Project 1,2.3.4: Color Guard 3.4: Intramurals 2: National Honor Society 2.3.4: Philomath 2.3. Co-Editor 4: Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 2: Spring Festival 3: Steering Committee 1,2,3.4: C.P. Telethon. KYLE A. SALLS: Basketball Manager 2.3: Candy Sale 1.2: Fashion Show 3: Field Hockey 1.2,3,4: Intramurals 1.2: Philomath 4: Senior Play 4: Ski Trip 2.3.4: Softball Manager 3.4: Steering Committee 1.2.3.4 TED SALUTO: Christmas Project 1.2.3,4: Honorable Mention - Boston Globe Art Awards Show 4. ROSEANNE SAPORETTI DEBBY SARNO: Candy Sale 2: Christmas Project 1: Steering Committee 3. LORETTA R. SAUTTER: Ski Trip 3. NANCY M. SCAGNELLI: Candy Sale 1: Christmas Project 3.4: Color Guards 3.4: Most Athletic Debbie Malone and Steven O'Neill 'illlggi Fashion Show 1.2,4: Gymnastics 2: National Honor Society 2.3.4: Ski Club 3: Ski Trip 3: Spring Festival 2: Steering Committee 2.3: Tennis 1.2.3. HOWARD SCHWARTZ: Drama Club 2.3: Homeroom Rep. 1: Hebrew Club 4. ELLIOT SHEPATIN: Spring Festival 3.4: He- brew Club 4. STEPHANIE SHERIDAN CYNTHIA SILVER: Band 4: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 3.4: Intramurals 1: Music Festival 4: National Honor Society 3.4: Or- chestra 4: Philomath 4: Spanish Club 4: Steering Committee 1.2.3: Pep Squad 1.2.3. HELENE SILVERBERG: A Capella 2: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 3.4: Drama Club 2.3: Glee Club 2: Intramurals 1.2,3,4: Key Club 3, Vice-President 4: Musical 2.3: Music Festival 2: National Honor Society 2.3.4: Page 2, Co-Editor 3.4: Philomath 2.3.4: Spring Fes- tival 1,2.3: Student Crier 1.2,3.4: Tennis 2: Bicentennial Seconds 3.4: Student Govern- ment Day 3: Representative to School Com- mittee 4: Chairman of Delegation to Model U.N. 3: Ping Pong Doubles. LAURA J. SIMMONS: Field Hockey 1.2: Ski Trip 3.4: Steering Committee 1.2.3.4. PATRICIA A. SKEHAN: Candy Sale 1: Spring Festival 2.3.4: Typing Pool 4: Play Crew 2: Pep Squad 1.2.3.4 LYNN SLAMIN: Candy Sale 1.2: Spring Festi- val 3: Typing Pool 2.3.4: Hockey Statistician 3. JOHN M. SLASON: Basketball 2.3: Chess Club 81 Team 1: Cross Country 1.2: Drama Club 4: German Club 3: Musical 4: Senior Play 4: Student Crier 4: Variety Show 1: Swimming 3.4. DIANE E. SLATKAVITZ: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 1.2: Fashion Show 1. Intra- murals 1.2.3,4: Steering Committee 1.2: Vari- ety Show 2: Pep Squad 1.2.34 ROBERT SLATTERY: Football 1.2.3.4: Ski Trip 1.2.3.: Track 1.2. MARK SMALL DEBORAH M. SMITH: A Capella 2: Band 4: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 3.4: Field Hockey 2: German Club 3: Glee Club 2: Intra- murals 2.3.4: Key Club 4: Music Festival 2.4: National Honor Society 2.3.4: Philomath 3. Copy Editor 4: Spring Festival 43 Steering Committee 1.2: Tennis 2: Girls Swimming Manager 3.4: Bicentennial Seconds 3.4: Mo- del United Nations 3: Ping Pong 2.3: National Merit Letter of Commendation. MARLENE SMITH RICHARD SMITH Most Dramatic Rachael Friedman and Jay Funk E1 STEVEN M. SMITH: Baseball 2.4: Basketball 1.2.3. Co-Captain 4: Key Club 3.4. ROBERTA SNOW JAMES ROBERT SOLOMON: Christmas Pro- ject 3.4: Football 1.2: lntramurals 1.2,4: Homeroom Rep. 1.2.3.43 Lacrosse 1.2.3.4: Philomath 4: Ski Club 1: Ski Trip 4: Spring Festival 3.4: Steering Committee 1.2.3.4: Student Government 1.2.3.4: Student Crier 3.4. Sports Editor: Track 1: Variety Show 4: Swimming 3.4: Student Government Day 3.4. MICHAEL A. SOMA: Hockey 1.3: Ski Trip 2.4. RICARDO SOSA Baseball 1.2.3.4: Football 1.2.3. Tri-Captain 4: Intramurals 1.2.3.4. CYNTHIA ANNE SOUSA: A Capella 1.21 Audio Visual Aide 3.4: Band 1.2.3.4: Candy Sale 1. Drama Club 1.2.3.4. Glee Club 1.2.3.4L Jazz Band 1.2.3.4: Majorettes 1.2.3.4. Musi- cal 1.2.3.4. Music Festival 1.2.3.4: Orchestra 1.2.3.4. Ski Club 4. Ski Trip 2.3.4: Spring Fes- tival 1.2 3.4. Steering Committee 1.2.3.4L Student Crier 1.2.3.4: Typing Pool 3.4: Vari- ety Show 4 ROBYN STECHER THOMAS STEFANINI Football 1.3: lntra- rnurfils 2.3 4 Hockey 1.2.3.4. Junior Achieve- nif-ni fl. Lirrosse 1.2.3. Captain 4: Senior Play 4. Ski lrip 2.3.4, Soccer 2. Steering -X fi Committee 1.2.3.4. JEFFREY M. STONE: lntramurals 1.2.3.4: Soccer 1.2.3. Captain. MVP 4. CAROL C. STORY: A Capella 4: Band 4: Christmas Project 1.2.3.4: Drama Club 2.3.4: French Club 1.2,3.4: Glee Club 4: Musical 2.3.43 Music Festival 4: National Honor Soci- ety 2.3.4: Orchestra 4: Philomath 4: Senior Play 3.4: Spring Festival 1.2.3.4: YES Pro- gram 1.2: National Merit Letter of Commen- dation. RICHARD BENNETT SUGARMAN1 Basketball 1: Football 1.2.3.4: lntramurals 1.2.3.4: Key Club 3. Vice-President 4: Lacrosse 1.2. ERIC M. SUMMER: A Capella 2.3.4: Band 1.2.3.4: Cross Country 4: Glee Club 2.3.4: Jazz Band 1.2.3.4: Musical 1.2,3.4: Music Festival 1.2.3.4: Orchestra 1.2.3.4: Senior Play 2.3: Spring Festival 3.4: Track 2: Variety Show 2.3.4. KATHY SUSLOWICH: Candy Sale 2. CAROL SUSSMAN: Drama Club 1.2.4: Span- ish Club 1.2.4: Variety Show 1.2.4. BRIAN SWANECAMP DAVID SWEET: Basketball 1: Drama Club 3: Football 1: Intramurals 1. JOHN SWIRIDUK JEFFREY S. SYDOW: lntramurals 1.2.33 Hockey 1.2: Lacrosse 1.23 Soccer 2: Steering Committee 1: Tennis 2. KAREN M. TASSINARI MARIANNE TAYLOR: Candy Sale 1: Christ- mas Project 1.2: Color Guards 2.3.4: Field Hockey 1 lntramurals 1.2: Homeroom Rep. 1.2.3: Musical 4: Philomath Senior Section Editor 4: Steering Committee 1.2: Student Crier 1. GERARD TEKUT RICHARD TERASCONI: Baseball 1,2.3,4: ln- tramurals 1.2.3.4: Ski Trip 4: Soccer 1.3. Cap- tain 4: Steering Committee 1.2.3.4. LYNN TH EMISTOCLES FLORENCE THISTLE: Candy Sale 1.2: Christmas Project 1.2.3,4: Spring Festival 2. LYNN A. THOMPSON: Basketball 1.2: lntra- murals 1.2.3: Lacrosse 2.3. RICHARD J. TIERNEY: Baseball 1: Cross Country 1.2: lntramurals 3.4: Hockey 1: Sen- ior Play 4: Ski Trip 2.3.4: Steering Committee 1.2.3.43 Track 3.4. NANCY TOLAN CHERYL ANN TOMASSINI: Basketball 1: Gymnastics 1: Spring Festival 1: Steering Committee 1.2. BRENDA L. TOTMAN: Basketball 2.4: Candy Sale 1: Field Hockey 2: lntramurals 1,2.3.4: Softball 1.2.3: Spanish Club 4: Steering Com- mittee 2. DOUGLAS F. TRACIAZ Baseball 1,2,3,42 Fashion Show 4: Football 1.3: lntramurals 1.2.3.4: Hockey 1: Italian Club 4: Musical 3: Philomath 3: Typing Pool 3. DIANE TRAVIS KAREN TRVIS BARBARA MAE TULABE: Gymnastics 2. TODD TUNICK SANDRA A. TURCHI: Candy Sale 1.2: Italian Club Secretary 4: Tennis 1.2: Pom Pom Girl 3.4: Pep Squad 1.2.3.4. SUSAN J. TURCHI: Candy Sale 1.23 Fashion Show 4: Italian Club 4: Pep Squad 1.2.3.4. LYNN TURPIN PAMELA TYLER: Candy Sale 23 Intramurals 1.21 Junior Achievement. Vice-President Sales 33 Page 13 Spanish Club 1.2, Vice-Presi- dent 3,43 Ski Trip 23 Steering Committee 1,23 Tennis 13 Track 23 Tutoring Spanish 2.3,4. CHARLES M. UPHAM: Baseball 1,2,3, Cap- tain 43 Football 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3.43 Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,4Q Junior Achievement 3,43 Library Aide 1,21 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2.3,43 Typing Pool 3,42 Volleyball 1,2,3, Captain 4. NILDA VEGA SHANE A. VENTURA: Candy Sale 1,21 Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 43 Fashion Show 13 Musical 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Steer- ing Committee 1,2,3,4. LYNNE M. VERDY: Christmas Project 3,43 Fashion Show 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Key Club Treasurer 3,43 National Honor Socety 2,3,43 Volleyball Manager 43 Philomath 3, Editor Faculty Section 4. DEBBIE E. VEZINA: Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1. LAURA WAGNER PAUL S. WALSH: Chess Club Si Team 1: Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 43 German Club 3,43 Musical 2,3,4, Lighting Crew, Light- ing Designer: National Honor Society 3,43 Phi- lomath 43 Science Quiz Team 4: Strategy 8i Tactics Club 43 Student Crier 43 Variety Show Lighting Designer 33 Computer User 2,3,43 Computer Monitor 3.4. THERESE WALSH RICHARD W. WARD: Audio Visual Aide 1,2,3,43 Chess Club St Team 1,2,3, President 43 Spring Festival 2,3,4Q Videotaping Produc- tions 1,2,3,4, WENDY VALENTINE WEBB: Musical 3,43 Mu- sic Festival 3,43 Orchestra 3,43 CYNTHIA L. WELCH: Candy Sale 13 Christ- mas Project 1,2,3,4Q Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 2,43 Steering Committee 43 Tennis 1,2.3,43 Variety Show 43 Ping Pong 2, MARY ANN WELSCH3 Baseball 13 Basketball 13 Christmas Project 13 Homeroom Rep. 13 Softball 13 Student Council 13 Girls League Representative. STEPHEN B. WHEILDON: Chess Club 8. Team 1,22 Musical 2.3. TERESE M. WHITE: Tennis 23 Typing Pool 4, KELLY WIGGINS: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 3,43 Fashion Show 13 Gymnastics 1: Philomath 43 Ski Trip 2,41 Spring Festival 2,33 Steering Committee 3,41 Variety Show 4. PAMELA WILLEN CHARLES E. WILLEY: Audio Visual Aide 2,3,43 Chess Club 81 Team 13 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 3. DANIEL WILLIS JEFFREY WILSON DANA WITT: Audio Visual Aide 3,45 Candy Sale 1,23 French Club 23 Science Fiction Club 3,4. Vice-President3 Spanish Club 43 Scholas- tic Art Award. LAURA WOLSTENCROFT: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4Q Track Manager 1,2. BRENDA JOYCE WOODWARD: Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 43 Football Manager 43 Ski Club 3,43 Ski Trip 2,43 Steering Committee 43 Variety Show 43 Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Set Crew 1,2,3,4. ROBERTO ZAFFINO: Baseball 13 Wrestling 3. STUART J. ZAKON3 Drama Club 1,2,3,4Q Musical 43 National Honor Society 43 Philo- math 43 Ski Club 33 Ski Trip 2,43 Speech Club 2,33 Spring Festival 23 Student Council 3,43 I i Ng x i Student Crier 1,2,3,43 Student Advisory Council 43 Harvard Book Award. DEBRA M. ZIGELBAUM: Candy Sale 1. Christmas Project 3,43 Gymnastic 1.2. Certifie categ Intramurals 1,23 Latin Club 23 National Honor Society 2,3, President 43 Philomath 41 Science Quiz Team 4: Ski Trip 3.4, Steering Committee 2,3,43 Gym Show 1.2. JUDY ZIMAN: Candy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 3,43 Field Hockey 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Homeroom Rep. 1.23 Latin Club 3.4, Philomath 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Spring Festival 2,3,43 Steering Committee 1.2.3,4g Variety Show 4. SUSAN ZIMMERMAN: Candy Sale 1.23 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Latin Club 31 Musical 2,33 National Honor Society 2,3, Treasurer 4: Page 1,2,3, Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 2,3, Chairman 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4Q Student Crier 1,2,33 Tennis 1.2. ELIZABETH ZISISQ Christmas Project 1,2,33 German Club 33 Page 23 Volleyball 2. PATRICIA ZONTINI: Softball 1,2,33 Steering Committee 1,2,3. JILL A.ZUPAN1 Ballet 1.2,3,43 Y. E. S. Pro- gram 3,4. wg I Most Flirtatious Shane Ventura and Chris Fornaciari 2 An ending, yes ... But for those of us who are graduating It will aiso be a new beginning. We'lI never forget our years at FSHSQ They have served us well. But now . , . On to new ventures, New challenges, New horizons. Wish Us Luck! Buckminster Square Framingham '76 .7l"" v, ,.. x ' s I4 1' FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY Q - I P. '45, yu , 4, , - s 'Q . . L Sf 32.1- 9 f""f'!?f+. 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