Milton High School - Echo Yearbook (Milton, MA)

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Marilyn and Alan Bergman We, the graduating class of1974, dedicate our yearbook to Miss Thelma Belle Foster, in thanks for her many years of devotion to the education and happiness ofthe students ofMilton High School. To the Members of the Class of 1974: Your school is like a kaleidoscope, with the classrooms and corridors re- maining constant while the parade of classes, each forming its own colorful pattern, constantly changes year after year. This class, as have all others in the past, has formed its own colorful pattern, permanently fixed in the memories of all wno have had a part in its formation. As you leave Milton High School, it is not so much an end as it is a begin- ning, of the tasks for which you have been preparing yourselves. Your teachers have worked with you to help develop the talents you possess. Your parents have made many sacrifices to help you achieve your goal. But you must always remember that the successes you gain are the product of your own hard work, the reward you earn by the efforts you exert. You form your own individual pattern. l offer you congratulations at this point in your life and hope that you will have the means of fulfilling all your dreams. May God always bless you and give you the courage to follow the path you know to be right. Roger T. Connor 11 IVIHS ADMINISTRATION MR. CONNOR MRIVIULLIN Principal Vice Principal 'N-L-,, t NIR. BRENNAN MR. MCCORMICK Assistant to the Principal Superintendent 12 NIR. HASKELL MR. COOKE Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent of Business Affairs SCHOOL COMMITTEE JOHN CROWLEY FRANCES MARDEN DAVID JEFFRIES DONALD BURGESS DR. ARTHUR SULLIVAN JAMES MULLEN 13 9 S E N I 0 R S Michael Abbott Kristin Ahearn John Albanese Lynn Albrerlhl Gayle Anderson Jerrold Anderson Maryanne Ardini Suzanne Ardini 16 Gary Arnold Cynthia Arvanitis Julie Atkins Karen Bacigalupo Helen Baldinelli 52555233 ' v i Dennis Balfe William Baranowski Kafefl BGCNGT 17 Christopher Bennert Lisa Bertram Marie Bessette Paul Bibinski Paula Binder Donna Blake Joan Block Paul Boehler 18 E3 Q elf 'wif wg 1 a E Charles Bosworth Marietta Bosworth John Bowes Lorraine Bowes Jane Breen I Joanne Brennan Helen Brogna John Brooks 19 Richard BYUFIGGU Robert Bryan Robert Burke Dana Byrne Patricia Byron Keith Cantor Aian Chait Arthur Choate 20 Irene Cibas Thomas Cicerone Maureen Clancy Lisa Clement Abbey Cohen Donna Cohen Irwin Cohen Kenneth Cohen 21 nga! Q Donna Coilett William Condon Margaret Connaughton EYE Patricia Connaughton Maureen Connelly Kevin Connor Linda Connor ChristineCook 22 Mary Costello Debra Coughlin Regina Cox William Creighton Alison Cross Carolyn Crowell Richard Cummings 23 Laurel Cunningham 2 Nancy Cunningham William Curran Marianne Danehy Teresa Davidian Gary Davidson Lawrence Decelle Doris Dobson Brian Doherty 24 I U E 5 SZ J, 2, aa' 5563 James Doherty Thomas Donahue Angela Donovan Eleanor Donovan Jane Donovan John Donovan Karen Donovan Barbara Dorsey 25 Brian Dorsey Nancy Dowling Lydia Drislane ,flu f vw ,dy ,J 4f'f. f A , ...A-if? ynoaa yDan Madeline Dugan Brian Dunn QE - "W, ,....-.. Gregory DUNN J21fWiC9 Duwors Joanne Dwyer 26 K Robert Egan Bradford Ellis Susan Endres Rhonda Erlich Brian Fahey John Fallon Martha Fanning Elaine Ferrari 27 5 E, Carol Fine Robert Fine Rhonda Fineman . 2 5 I Edward Finkel Michael Finlan Nancy Fitzgerald Gerard Flahedy Philomena Folan 28 S Linda Foley Scott Forbes is L' Is 2 it Robert Foster Mifihael FOY Karen Freedman Jane Freeman John Gallagher 29 Barbara Gallant Jean Gardner Karen Garlitz Carl Garvin Ellen Gaurnont Audrey Gerber Kenneth Gershman Mark Gersh man 30 Louis Giammarco Diane Giarrusso Ae,.m.,.. .H , ,. 574'fz.f,!1--MQJM.-i:i+f4'6-X ,-mr5z1v',.:2xf 1"4Sxt QL ,wh gmx Richard Gibbons Joseph Glynn James Goggin Miriam Goldfeld Bruce Goldie Susan Goldman Arleen Goldsmith 31 0.1 Robert Golner Sandra Green Virginia Green Debra Greenberg Steven Greenstein wm G Aj Patricia Gregoire William Griffiths Andrew Guerini 32 A Patricia Gunning Pamela Guzovsky Joel Halpern Cynthia Halzel Gary Hamilton l 1 Robert Hamilton Lorraine Hanafin Robert Hannisian 33 myg Patricia Hannon Philip Harris Marilyn Harte Donna Hayes Gregory Hebard ' srxurem Robert Herron Maureen Hession Rochelle Heyman 34 Debra Higgins Patricia Higgins Michelle Holender Lynn lrwin fl flea l E fl f Paul Hollien Sheila Holt Kathy JaCkSOI'1 Robert Jacobs 35 me-.,,,f' Chl'iSf0Dh9l' Jones Alan Kachinsky Laurie Kaplan , Rn h K K aaa E Susan Kaplan Harvey Katz Wiinm H'-'ll Stuart Kaufman Gail Kelley Henry Kelley 36 .....m,m,, am-wi Marylouise Kelley 'Wfgfl Nancy Kelley Susan Kelley J 'fm ' William Kelm David Kelly i,A f l Gerald Kelly Ann Kirschenmann Donna Kitterick 37 Jon Klapman Burton Kliman Elizabeth Knight Debra Kostachuk Mary Krim Kenneth Krozy Kathleen Lake Jacquelyn Langley 38 it pill s ! Joseph Leahy Deborah Lee Stanley Levenson Barry Lewin Barry Linehan Marian Linnehan Edward Linskey Nancy Litwack 39 Jane Livingstone Marie Livingstone Jayne London , , X . J gif ii Jonathan Losordo Mary Loughran Barbara Lu bin James Lynch Gary MacDonald 40 . 4 Paul MacDonald Joan MacElhaney Diane MacMillan l Karen Madden Allan Maiden S 12:5 E, i A i , 1 William Manning Karen Marad Nancy Martin 111 Mary Martinelli Roberta Mattaliano Ann marie Niawn i ..,. . ' ' 'fa 6,1 Z ,W L I J , fwfi 'f 4 J David Mazeika Linda Mazzella gil '-E awww Catherine McCafferty Michael McCarthy Peter McDonald 42 req 15 A :mf 1 z 5 5 E,. . E E Richard McDonough Maura Mclnerney Ann McKenzie Robert McLeod Maryanne McMullen Karen Menz Charles Messinger Gary Miller 43 w + X,,..., , . M3 - f - . -1-1 X 1 sz 1 x i as s 4 X ,X X X X gi " .x xx Q? K X15 la a l X N .3 S L ,, Q , , ' XXXX M ,, J , f ' " ' " f k A Z , X, gg. R hs: :X 3 . li' is 1 X z X X1 . Mrs- E, dbh xi l KX ,X .SX E 'WF' T fi .. ,limi .,,. E,., I 3 gg? 5 'in Patricia MillS John Mirotta Jennifer Mitten Kevin Morrissey Michele Muise mamma 'wma'- Wl""""' Anne Mulkefn Brian Mullen Janet Mulligan 44 WT" Patricia Mullin Barbara Murdock Alicia Murphy l Kevin Murphy Stephen Murray Kathleen O'Connor David O'Donnell Elizabeth O'Donnell 45 Cheryl O'NeiIl Brenda O'Shea Ilene Ostrowsky Laura Palumbo Margaret Panora 5:3 we - N-JM? W Beth Parrell Darlene Pearson Ruth Pearson 46 sz f 'sg 1 fs: fa 41 Z' 'Q 2' 753 ,WW M M2 W, ' ff ,, A i Barry Penn Dominic Perella Steven Perrone Carl Peterson ff 5' if ' A f 'M We 'aes ' qw! Q M, ,Q W Q i Barbara Pettine 2 1 5 Amy Peyser Michael Picco Lorna Pilsmaker 47 M James Plant Stephen Poelaert Charies Powell Alison Pretti Barbara Price Deborah Quirk Deborah Ratoff Cheryl Razook 48 Anne Reilly Jack Richman Richard Rioux ig igzgi ggi I ! David Ritchie Dale Robertson Mary Roche Nancy Rogers Ann Rosenbloom 49 Martin Ross Lynne Russell Barry Sali Gerard Sampson Donna Santa Maria Linda Savage Richard Scanlan Ronald Schneider 50 Michael Seidman Jean Shaughnessey Joan Shaughnessey 'xi Diane Sholk Ellen Silvey Donovan Simoson Deborah Singarella Margaret Smart 51 Karen Smith William Spencer David Splaine Michael Stack Leonard Stavis , l ww' Gerald Stoller Ellen Sullivan James Sullivan 52 m M- m su ' 5 5' g ' 5' xl , Janet Sullivan John Sullivan wa Kathleen Sullivan Margaret Sullivan Mark Swartz Ei l,tt li,t Laura Sylvan Deborah Tavares Corinne Taylor 53 Denise Taylor Elise Tegan Brian Tellen Joel Theodat Jack Treger I 15 mm" wil Hr!! 1 Donna Tyrrell Susan Urquhart Theresa Veneto 54 Arthur Vercollone Maria Vitale Fred Volinsky Gail Wainer CraigWaIIace 73, Elizabeth Wallace Brian Walsh James Walsh 55 Karen Weinstein Robert Weisse Robert White Judith Whitham Janet Wiedeman Mark Williams Robert Winn Joshua Wolfe 56 x il. x X Q Deborah Wood Ralph Woods Robert Woodson LATE SENIORS 1 'S all ' e Gail Altsher Kathleen Berg Dennis Crispo 57 1 Susan Duggan Maureen Earner Mark Gannon Mark Hamilton David Perry I w 1 r u, I are Janet Sharaf Paul Spezzano 58 SENIORS NOT PICTURED Paula Bacci Charles Bargoot Debra Bassett Kenneth Bloomfield David Carvitt Blair Chamberlain Steven Christopher Neil Coyle Richard Deady Albert Diehl Peter Dinatle James Flaherty Laurie Flaherty Una Folan Steven Galvin Mark Hardin Thomas l-lodgens John Hurley Keith Johnson Carol Kearns George Lambert Lorraine Lambert Christopher Lawless Madalyn LeCoq Arthur Linsky Sumner Lipson Charles Lombardi Thomas Macvarish Robert Mahoney Brian McGloin Joseph Mearn John Meek John Murphy Stephen O'Neil Brendan Queally Debra Regan Brenda Tagney Gary Tuck Lisa Weinstein Mark Whalen Pamela Williams Sandra Woolfson g ,lf21fi l 'W 21 UE A C T I V I T E S DRAMA CLUB The eighty-tvvo drama club members elect- ed Gary Davidson as president, Burton Kli- man, Vice President, Carl Garvin, trea- surer, and Diane Cruikshnks secretary for the 1973-74 season. With great enthusiasm the club sponsored a very successful car wash in the fall, raising tundstor all thier planned activities. The first production, a children's play, Rumplestilskin, by Milton youngsters on December 7th and Sth. On March 2nd the club entered the Massa- chusetts High School Drama Festival with the one-act play, Ledge, Ledger and the Legend. Open try-outs began in February for the major spring production, which will be pre- sented May 3rd and 4th in the high school auditorium. FIRST ROW: D. Sholk, A. Kirshenmann C. Garvin, D. Nutting, H. Wolensky, D. Wood , N Bunsen R Hamilton M Ross M. Pollock, K. Cohen, R. Fine. SECOND ROW: P. Daly, N. Gallant, V. Melchin, E. Kopelman L Brody M Bernstein J Ran kin, B. Kliman, A. Chait. THIRD ROW: J. Mitten, J. Weismar, A. Murphy, M. Jackson D Becker P Goober D Fink J Kometsky, A. Fidler, L. Baker. FOURTH ROW: G. MacGillvray, M. Awad, J. Canavan D Dunk G Davidson A V 1 FRENCH-SPANISH CLUB 1 unsung " 'nt Qi . L -'FS'-i """' FIRST ROW: K. Connor, D. Maiden, D. Byrne, C. Messinger, H. Katz, B. Kliman, F, Volinsky, B. Lewin. SECOND ROW: K. Colatrel- la, K. Colatrella, L. Blankenship, D. Norcott, F. Baigelman, J. Dantona, M. Bosworth, K. Maiden, S. Duggan, L. Cohen, J. Tatel- man, J. Breen, THIRD ROW: R. Zeprun, P. Sullivan, D. Wall, J. Flagg, B. Sander, L. Peterson, G. Altsher, R. Fineman, A. Kirshen- man, A. Peyser, B. Wallace, R. Pearson. FOURTH ROW: M. Seidman, B. Jacobs, R. Schneider, G. Davidson, K. O'Leary, L. Perry, R. Roberts. This year the French-Spanish Club was under the direction of Miss Lavin and Mrs. Ahearn. Officers forthe year were Debbie Norcott, president, Elizabeth Blankenship, vice-president, Mary Hochman, secretary, and Harvey Katz, treasurer. The purpose ofthe club is to broaden cultural experiences for those students interested in exploring French and Spanish customs beyond the classroom. Club members visited the Whole World Celebration, Boston's international fair, both French and Spanish restaurants, held an international bake sale and published a French-Spanish newspaper. 64 GERMAN CLUB 'v The German Club began its year with a successful Oktoberfest. The club, under the guidance of Miss Habosian and president Kevin Connor, attended a Christmas party with the B. U. German Club. Al- though the club was not in operation last year, it has made a successful comeback. I .. .,. ,..- o,,. ... ...--mmnmwmw ..,,. ., FIRST ROW: C. Garvin, J. O'Dea, K. Connor, D. Mazeika, P. Sullivan. SECOND ROW: H. Dinsmore, L. Blankenship, J. Hall, M. Hol lender, Miss Habosian, K. Freedman, M. Kuppens, J. Murphy, F. Baigelman. THIRD ROW: L. Bertram, J. Gallagher, G. Kelly, M Chick, C. Messinger, D. Jablon, D. Norcott. 65 SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club, under the direction ot Mrs. Falb and president Laura Sylvan, tried to establish interesting and educational programs for each member, to expand his scientific potential. Their activities have included pre- senting speakers and mov- ies from various agencies. AEK FIRST ROW: W. Chick, M. Berger, N. Litwak, J. Mitten, L. Sylvan, B. Sander, L. Brody, S. Green, Mrs. Falb Cadvisorb, P. Sullivan. SECOND ROW: J. Gallagher Ca scientist?J, F. Volinsky, R. Schneider, B Lewin, D. Mazeika, B. Jacobs, H. Katz, B. Kliman, M. Seidman, B. Griffiths Creally?J, R. Hyman. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Future Nurses is a club de- signed for girls who are planning for careers in nurs- ing. Under the direction of Mrs. Robbins and president Anne Fidler, the girls took a trip to Childrens' Hospital. There they were given an informative tour ofthe hos- pital and ofthe nursing school dorms. FIRST ROW: L. Betram, D. Lewis, M. O'Brien. SECOND ROW: N. Coles, P. Keating, K. Walsh, A. Fi- dler. THIRD ROW: T. Fitzgerald. 66 MATH LEAGUE The lVlath League at Milton High was different this year from past years. Instead of the usual busi- ness type meetings, the lVlath League held weekly competi- tions. The top scorers in the competitions later strove against other schools in the Greater Bos- ton lVlath League. The total coop- eration ofthe lVlath faculty made the Nlilton High School lVlath League enjoyable for everyone concerned. FIRST ROW: F. Norton, G. Kelly, R. Hyman, P. Sullivan. SECOND ROW: J. Garvin, P. Carp, D. Mazeika, B. Lewin, W. Chick, L. Peterson. DEBATETEAM Under the direction of Nlr. Se- monian, the Debate Team devel- ops their speaking skills. ln a debate, the team either takes an affirmative or a negative view of the question. The members then argue to support their side. The team who presents the best argu- ments is declared the winner. FIRST ROW: C. Garvin, L. Stavis, B. Kliman, S. Greenstein. SECOND ROW: P. Sullivan, B. Lewin, A. Fidler, F. Volinsky, S. Levenson, K. Cohen. 67 FIRST ROW: B. Griffiths, B. Kliman, R. Golner Ceditorj, J. Wiedeman Cart edb, J. Gallagher Ca writer?b. SECOND ROW: P. Call, E. Tegan, J. Atkins, M. Fanning, D. Coughlin, D. Brenner, K. Bacigalupo, E. Nania, C. Dubin. UNQUITY ECHO Students of Milton High can express their creative abilities in the Unquity Echo, our literary maga- zine. The Echo is composed solely of students creations: poems, short stories and artwork. Each piece is given consideration and those which the staff feels are suitable are printed in the Echo. The editors and the staff, under the guidance of Mrs. Goldman, publish a winter and spring issue each year. 68 ADVOCATE The Advocate is Milton High School's student newspaper. After a year's absence it is again being pub- lished under the direction of editor Kevin Connor and advisor Mrs. Seegraber. The purpose of the paper is to publish student ideas and opinions. The name Advocate was chosen mainly because it means one who speaks on behalf of a party, and the Advocate tries to speak for the MHS students. FIRST ROW: B. Fahey, B. Griffiths, J. Gallagher, D. Byrne, K. Connor Ceditorb, S. Pickard, J. Mulligan, B. Curran. SECOND ROW: E. Nania, D. Brenner, L. Peterson, J. Duwors, J. Mitten, L. Sylvan, M. Foley, P. Call. 69 FIRST ROW: N. Fogg, D. Cruickshanks, L. Brady, C. Duffy, D. Becker. SECOND ROW: J. Jackson, V. Melchin, C. Lundberg, M. Montani, D. Dizio. CHESSCLUB This year's Chess Club, under the leadership ot captain Carl Garvin and of the advisors, Mrs. Newsome and Mr. Shute, made some good moves. Even though the team was only in its second formal year, and although it didn't have any Bobby Fischers, it did have some fine play- ers. ln twelve league matches the team made a very respectable record. ARTCLUB The Art Club is a workshop in which each member is free to develop his own ideas and talents. Instruction and criticism are available tor those who want them. Members work in their own interest areas. Meetings are held every Tuesday in Room O25 from 1:45 until 3:00. Demonstra- tions and field trips are planned for the year on such subjects as silk- screening, macrame, canvas prepa- ration and batik. Visits to local museums and sandcasting and graverubbing are also carried out. FIRST ROW: C. Garvin, F. Cifrino, R. Hyman, F. Norton. SECOND ROW: H. Hartman, G Corwin, P. Carp, l.. Stavis, B. Lechure. 70 NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDATIONS FRONT ROW: J. Wiedeman, J. Wolfe, K. Gershman. BACK ROW: F. Volinsky, S. Levenson, D. Mazeika, K. Connor, A. Kachinsky. MISSING: M. Gershman. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW: M. Rutecki, D. Sholk, L. Brody, A. Miller, N. Litwak, A. Peyser, E. Bibinski, C. Fine, P. Langevin, G. Altsher, J. Atkins M. Hochman. SECOND ROW: M. Lapido, P. Hannon, E. Sullivan, S. Goldman, D. Ratoff, R. Erlich, J. Wiedeman, Sec., R. Golner V. Pres., B. Price, Pres., V. Green, Treas., D. Coughlin, M. Harte, L. Irwin, L. Cunningham, M. Martinelli. THIRD ROW: A. Mulkern C. Taylor, A. Kachinsky, G. Kelly, G. Flaherty, G. MacDonald, R. Fine, G. Davidson, A. Chait, S. Levenson, R. Hymen, K. Ahearn P. Gregoire. FOURTH ROW: L. Kaplan, J. Whitham, D. Woods, M. Gershman, B. Kliman, B. Lewis, D. Mazeika, M. Seidman, H Katz, K. Gershman, W. Chick, R. Dores, G. Kelakos, P. Byron, 71 YEARBOOK LIT Editor-in-chief Debbie Coughlin institut- ed many changes in the MHS yearbook. To name a few: the number of pages was increased, names were written under group pictures, and underclassmen, our junior year, and autograph pages were added. Helping Debbie with the job was her assistant editor, Maureen Hession. Many different kids along with literary editor, Elise Tegan, were always willing to do club and sport write-ups. Julie Atkins, Barbara Price, Marilyn Harte, Cindy Ar- vanitis, and Karen Bechet typed whenev- er asked. Laurel Cunningham added her artistic touch with her work on the first and last pages of the book. Even though David Mazeika was photography editor, he also helped in the literary portion of the book. Mr. Sullivan, yearbook advisor, always lended his help and support. Advisor Mr. Sullivan T k..f Literary Editor Elise Tegan Assistant Editor Maureen Hession 1 ' K x P 75 YEARBGOK PHOTGGRAPHY YEARBOGK BUSINESS Business Advisor - Mr. O'NeiIl t'Money is success" - and statistcally this was a most successful year. The number of advertis- ing pages increased lil-270, the number of pa- trons, l85Wo. Many projects were attempted to raise the money necessary to publish the year- book, and most were highly successful. The hard work ofthe staff and the adviser, Mr. Jo- seph O'Neill, and the assistance of Miss Lottie Elzbut made this Echo 1974 financially possible. FIRST ROW: D. Telegan, M. Seidman,Business Manager, K. Bacigalupo, R. Zeprun. SECOND ROW: R. Schneider, M. Fanning, D. Collett. FIRST ROW: R. Pearson, C. Dubin, K. Sullivan, J. Hall, R. Amaru, P. Cooney. SECOND ROW: P. Connaughton, Nl. Bessette A Peyser, K. Garlitz, C. Fine, D. Wood. THIRD ROW: K. O'Leary, E. Kalakos, L. Baker. GIRLS CHORUS BAND BOARD The Band Board is an elected group of students to whom are assigned the responsibilities of running the affairs of the Milton High School Band. With at least one representative from each class, the Band Board discusses the pertinent matters ofthe band. D. Cruickshanks, A. Diehl, C. Garvin, J. Garvin, R. Hamilton 78 CONCERT BAND Needless to say, the Milton High School Concert Band is very instru- mental portion ot the music pro- gram offered at Milton High. It is designed to bring to its members a greater knowledge, understanding, and appreciation ofthe composi- tions written for band. The concert season is highlighted by a number of various concerts, as well as an exchange concert. This year marked the initiation ot the first annual Spring "Pops" Concert by the Milton High School Concert Band. FIRST ROW: D. Evans, Director, C. Pine, C. McCatferty, L. Brody, K. Jackson, L. Lantz. D. Lombardi, M. Fitzgerald, S. Lantz, A. Peters, D. Tavares. SECOND ROW: L. Michel, J. Mirot- ta, R. Hamilton, R. Munroe, H. Hartman, C. Garvvin, M. Pollack, M. Swartz, J. Flagg. THIRD ROW: T. McCarthy, I. Cohen, A. Diehl, D. McWilliams, G. Corwin, R. Fine, P. Tringali, R. Mou- ton, E. Lynes. FOURTH ROW: J. Garvin, S. Stone, R. Pucci, J. Sylvan, D. Whelpley, F. Moul- ton, D. Cruickshanks, R. Cattel, E. Finkel, E. Peterson, R. Munroe. STAGE BAND The Milton High School Stage Band is designed to give those students interest- ed in popular music an op- portunity to preform in a small group. This group meets after school and pre- forms at all school concerts as well as at exchange con- certs. The Stage Band is an experience in rhythm, jazz, color, and mood. FIRST ROW: R. Hamiton, F. Moulton, R. Fine. SECOND ROW: l. Cohen. A. Diehl, D. McWilliams, L. Brody, C. McCatferty, H. Hartman, R. Cattel, E. Peterson, R. Munroe. THIRD ROW: J, Sylvan, D. Whelpley, J. Garvin, D. Cruickshanks. C.Dattman, R.Thorpe,K. O'Connor, capt., N.Fogg, trick twurler I Cubas co capt J Stevens J Llvungstone B Barry mascot IVIAJQRETTES The Milton High School Nlajorettes are a group of gurls from grades ten through twelve and are select ed at tryouts once a year. The majorettes perform at all marching band actlvltles such as football games and parades, as well as performing at all actlvltles of the concert band - . . w stll f llrslpr .. 5. . ll,,, F . '- - 'r'rr "r. '3 ,vcpsl F ' N ' s,. X t ' ll :fri r .NSS , W ' f l. K l re .gp V - . A. we 'fs n"f'N I F' Q . 8 K ' -4' 1 - 1 W 1' 1 l ...., My if, A VLL.,,. Q 1 .,t, H r-,,. X I --" l-.' g f pe-- ,, , , ..," as ,.-- r l , 1 H l--' t r ,. --" - e"' ..'-.,t i , , ' if r 2, l f s 2 ' . ""' K K A '-, T Y 2- 2 ,K S ,,,. r ...,,' 'W I K 1 K "'. ,". 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W M I X L l,.,,,I, I 'I!11'f'aLE?5S!Ifi61?i l"5!fi??:f5afSSi55. S 2 ,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,...e..l,.Qf..,,,.,,5,,,,,.,...,,,,,.em,....m1,,,..p1.,,,,fq,..,.M.1f.1.,,,f-11...lfrzfmA-Wm-.ffWrm,,,fV-.f.ei1,,.f.w ,I ,em f' 1 .w-f --wa 'I -rw FIRST ROW: M. Rotman, D. Maiden, D. Perry, B. White, B. Griffiths, M. Doliner, C. Garvin, L. Stavis. SECOND ROW: M. Heffler K David: an, N. Coles, A. Gormley, A. Weinstein, N. Harris, D. Becker, S. Lantz, S. Little, R. Amaru, Mr. Ajemian Cadvisorj. THIRD ROW G Kelly L. Bertram, R. Guiness, R. Finkelstein, M. Stack, C. Linnehan, K. Gallagher, P. Binder, P. Guzovsky, B. Klirnan. FOURTH ROW H Lev ine, T. Buckley, F. Volinsky, L. Theodos, Fineman, S. Greenstein, D. Healy, T. Fitzgerald, D. Likos. FHA FIRST ROW: D. Singarella, J. Parr, S. Duggan, M. Bosworth, K. Colatrella, K. Colatrella. SECOND ROW: L. Bertram, L. Blanken- ship, E. Tegan, P. Connaughtoh, R. Roberts, R. Amaru, E. Daily, N. Byron, P, Connaughton. THIRD ROW: P. Byron, D. Kosta- chuk, K. Lake, D. Lane, K. Arvanitis, K. Bacigalupo, J. Wiedeman, N. Joyce. FOURTH ROW: D. Wall, S. Duke, L. Perry, K. Madden, B. Wallace, P. Sullivan, L. Baker, D. Norcott, Nl. Fanning. The Milton High School chapter ofthe Future Homemakers of America is the largest in the state of Massachu- setts! lt could be the moderator, Mrs. Roland, or maybe it's the many FHA-sponsored activities that make the girls want to join. With Karen Bacigalupo as president, members have attended a state convention, held a suc- cessful Student-Faculty basketball game, and staged a mother-daughter supper initiation, a father-daughter supper, a fashion show and an overnight convention. Q.wfJ,-,ww.f.,1.::fI:f::...m. w.I,....f. 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If f.. 1 . 1: :rw :If-vswfqfufl f:,1f:f:.f..u,.....I gpaffflffzfisif ,iff- 1'lfffJ55fa:::f.: 7 I. .lf:,:3rf.,m'1I : :?4':J.,mrf.f::!:f . .,,,f i me xjiraridwfr .mms ffszffsffymeff sfaf. gggggg:,.,q?,5g..,.fiIsMs5..,ws IFJ ciiifkrfilseif 2111: :gs :.fffw::'ff 5.i?,5IIifE'I5f!5f I1 + ,..lw1fJ,- ,, .,.. . . I 'i'5?f'fi'!5!"?f?f?f '-'L' .14ff..s:m,faff' " I ...gr L,., 7fi-y?f:ff7.e.ffww: SCI-IGGL COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Connor, J. Gardner, S. Levenson, IVI. Burn, K. Quigley. FIRST ROW: E. Kopelman, K. Vey, Nl. Costello, S. Gallagher, IVI. Doherty. A. Ronkirm. SECOND ROW: E. Donoghue, P. McCarthy, IVI. Wolfe, S. Levenson, D. Buckley, J. Gardner. I I WORK STUDY FIRST ROW: J. Sharaf, B. Lubin. T. Veneto, K. Smith, P. Smart, J. Dwyer. SECOND ROW: M. Muise, E. O'DonneIl, J. Maclflhaney, L. Rus sell, M. LeCoq, A. Donovan. THIRD ROW: R. Heyman, D. Cohen, D. Kitterick, D. Dobson, M. Goldfeld, M. McCarthy, E. Gaumont, A. Ger ber, J. Sullivan, D. Carvitt, H. Baldinelli, C. Bennert, N. Cunningham, M. Picco, A. Choate, D. Greenberg, J. Plant, L. Giammarco, P Bacci. The work study program at Milton High School is designed primarily for the student who is interested in employment, business or vocational training after graduation. While in school he follows a required humanities course of social studies and English taught by a team of two instructors. ln addition he elects several other courses which will ideally relate to his employ- ment. He then leaves at the end of the fourth or fifth period for work. Co-ordinating this work and study arrangement is a full time professional staff member who keeps in touch with the employer as well as the instructors. This co-ordinator also serves as the student's guidance counsellor. 89 if ,, ,Q,kK.iq5g1,, j IVIR. lVlULLIN'S ASSISTANTS SECRETAR - i R-...v-H' i, K M. Krim, C. Taylor, B. Wallace, J. Langley, Mr. Mullin, J. Whitham, K. Ahearn, D. Blake. " .. . Q ,. . Q .,,. ll Y ',." . . 5 5 5 xi my FIRST ROW: D. Maiden, R. White, J. Richman, G. Lambert, B. Griffiths, R. Gibbons. SECOND ROW: B. Curran, D. Byrne, D. Scanlan, R. Burke, D. Kelly, P. Spezzano. 91 CHILD DEVELOPMENT Child Development gives students an excellent opportunity to work with children. Miss Richard- son has done a fine job of providing students with the knowledge of child development. The two year course of Child Development expands the student's experience of dealing with children. Not only do they have a traditional learning situ- ation, but also acquire field experience. Students are aides in Tucker, Pierce and Glover Elementa- ry Schools as well as in Miss Carey's special class. At the completion of the two year course, the students are certified to be nursery school or day care center aides. Another course available provides the students with learning and practical experience with nursery school children. Maryanne Qleftb and Abbey Cbelowb teach nursery school children from Milton at the high school. ., if H e .f -X, 93 '. SPECIAL CLASS ' FIRST ROW: Nliss Carey, E. Lievi. Nl. Donnelly. lVl. Houghton, M. O'Brien. SECOND ROW: lVl. Forte, S. Gallagher, V. Donnelly, T. Connolly, D. Graziano. The class in Room O20 is a regional high School vocational program for nine trainable retard- ed students. The project provides the students with real life experiences in tasks related to work found in the home or in a sheltered workshop environment. The students workin four areas: 1. food service, 2. domestic service, 3. assembly line tasks, 4. leisure-time activities. The project endeavors to make a successful transition from the school to a community shel- tered employment environment. 94 PROJECT HELP This is a program in which high school seniors share their art interests with either elementary, junior high or special educa- tion classes. The participating seniors are allowed to leave school after sixth or sev- enth period, under the lVlax-Ed program or using their study halls, and go to designated schools where they serve as assistants to art teachers. They provide the children they come in contact with the opportunity of expressinng their creative talents, give ex- tra attention to designated students, and assist in any way to make the art program more effective. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Library assistants assist Nlrs. Pile and Nlrs. Green at the circulation desk, charging books in and out, and help members of the faculty and student body in locating books for special assignments or just for pleasure reading. They catalogue and shelve new books and magazines, check student passes and, in general, contribute to the good order and efficiency of the library. .J- S. Duggan, K. Madden, M. Bosworth K. Cohen, K. Bacigalupo, C. Fine, L. Baker CREA- VE -EX-l'l-E The creative textiles course is new at MHS this year and is a credited course which introduces anyone who is interested to the crafts of batik, tie-dying, macrame, weaving and textile print- ing. Mrs. Cunningham conducts the course during every eighth period and students may take it as many times a week as they wish. FIRST ROW: D. Jeffrey, K. Pilgrim, R. Dunn, Mrs. Cunningham, M. Atkins. SECOND ROW: A. Ierdi fStudent Teacherj, D. Sholk. THIRD ROW: L Michel. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Distributive Education, or "DE", is a work study type of course financed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The students learn howto run a business first hand, taking turns running the DE store in Room 104. At the store any student or fac- ulty member may buy anything from shoes to glue. lVlr. Goetze, who supervises the program, is pleased by the enthusiasm of his students. They come to class for two periods a day and learn all about the problems of running a business and selling mer- chandise. After school, each DE'er works at a store outside of school to supplement his experience. Higgs, STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: D. Lake, D. Byrne, J. DuWors. B. Curran. SECOND ROW: D. Connor, D. Coughlin, D. Lato, P. Garrity, J. Duggan, K. Ahearn. HGIVIEROOIVI REPRESENTATIVES , FIRST ROW: G. MacDonald, D. Connor, J. Donovan, J. Gallagher, J. Richman, M. Seidman, B. Kliman, K. Cohen. SECOND ROW L. Lapworth, H. Dinsmore. G. Dowling, J. Laffan, G. Dunphy, C. Shea, A. Fidler, K. Colatrella. THRID ROW: F. Volinsky. B. Nut- ting, F. Norton, D. Wood, K. Connor, J. Mulligan. WINTER DANCE The girls of the Milton High School Association sponsored the Winter Dance on Friday December 7, 1973 at the Cunningham Recreational Center. One hundred eighty-five couples danced to the music of Chameleon. Members ofthe Student Council served as hosts and hostesses for the evening. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS '73-'74 FIRST ROW:J. Pinkus, D. Poulos, E. Blankenship, SECOND ROW: J. lVlacKenzie, W. Donovan, Nl. Amaru P Anglin President Michael Amaru, Vice President Wally Donovan, Treasurer Debbie Poulos, and Secretary Jenny Pinkus along with their advisory board and Class Advisor Mr. David Harding, planned many activities for the junior class. They worked hard to make this year a successful one with a mountain climb, a class day, a donkey hockey game, a hay ride, and a visit to a CeItic's game and to the Proposition. They, with the senior class, also hosted the annual Powder Puff Game. There was also, of course, the main event of the year -the Junior Prom. IOO MOUNTAIN CLIMBING TRIP UNIDERCLASSIVIEN , zu 1 mg: 102 I'UOU9 Z0 CJJFFIZUO SUPERLATIVES BEST LDOKING Marie Bessette Brian Dorsey BEST PERSONALITY Billy Curran Kathy O'Cormor MOST LIKELY TO MOST IVIISCHIEVOUS Dana Byrne OS ATHLETIC BEST CC'UP-E Tijgq ET MOST ARTISTIC Michael Finlan MOST SCHOOL SPIRI Elaine Ferra ri SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: D. Blake. M. Livingstone. STANDING: R. Gibbons, B. Fahey. Richard Gibbons, President: Brian Fahey, Vice Presidentg Marie Living- stone. Secretary: and Donna Blake, Treasurer worked hard this year as Senior Class officers. Together with lVlr. Scopa, Senior Class advisor. they produced a varied and busy year. The activities included the Powder Puff Game, dances. a computer dance, a Toys for Tots program. a concert. awards night. not to mention the prom and grad- uation ceremony. They continually took on any ideas that would mean the betterment of the senior class. IOS SENIOR DANCE C ASS ADVISORS . X S mpg wk A " Senior Class Advisor Mr. Richard J. Scopa X fx i Junior Class Advisor Mr. David P. Harding JUNIOR PRDIVI 1973 The Junior Class held its annual prom on lVlay 3, 1973. Lantana in Randolph provided the set- ting where over one hundred couples danced to the music of the Second Society. The prom was a tremendous success and was considered by many to be the best prom which Milton High has held in a longtime. Nlarie Bessette was chosen Queen ofthe Prom. Her court includ- ed Karen Bechet, Elaine Ferrari, Maura Nlclnerney and Patty Mills. l Eating ,pf Dancing The Queen and her Court 111 f-1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS '72-'73 ..,. 1 I 1 fill . .. I I Ir E l SEATED: D. Byrne. STANDING: J. Whitham. R. Gibbons, G. Kelley. , ,I I fyggf: ws.. M 'fwffrgrffim gaQg,,..f:?fga::ss5ssazsxi:'eesrlfezwzxezrrff-ft ,:.zif..f::a2s:ak. -l1rgszz.fvrQgf vgzeilf-saesmemfzw,f'wlieflsMFJf-ffiww! , I It ' I 'C I Our Junior Class officers were Richard Gibbons, President: Dana Byrne. Vice President: Gail Kelley, Secretary: and Judith Whitham, Treasurer. Throughout the year they planned many activities including the annual Powder Puff Game. the selling of stationery, a cake sale. the very suc- cessful Donkey Basketball Game, a dance, and the Dating Game in March. Then there was the Junior Prom held at Lantana in Randolph. 112 0UR JUNIOR YEAR Bay State League Champions Arena Scheduling- who could forget? 7UCD'UUf cn-I FOOTBALL Bob "Rabbit" Burke and Jon Klapman, the co-captains, are seniors and will not return next year. Many other outstanding players will, however. be back, and they've learned a lot this year. Coach Jack Bowes said the whole team was characterized by self-discipline and a willingness to bounce back and give one hundred per cent. They may not have been winners score-wise, but they were win- ners in the areas that count. They compiled a one-eight record in the face of many injuries, including a knee injury to Klapman which put him out for eight games. ln spite ofthe problems the boys gained a reputation for hitting hard and they treated the fans to four or five outstandingly played, close- scoring games. The Thanksgiving game against Braintree was a great game, except for the score. Milton led. 13-12. until thethird quarter when an interception led to a touchdown and the final score of 20-13. The team deserves a lot of credit and everyone is surethey will have a much finer record next year. FIRST ROW: J. Richman. J. Brooks. R. Farrell. D. Scanlan. D. Perry. M. Gannon. K. Blake. J. Kaplan. M, Doliner. J. Curley. SEC. OND ROW: R. Schifone. M. Abbot. E, Greeley. D. Crispo. J. Losordo. G. Lambert. D. Tyson, R. Purcell. R. Burke. THIRD ROW: VV, Donavan. F. Schifone. P. Spezzano. R. Bibinski. D. Kelly. M. Hadley. J. Finn, J. Shea. W. Hardin. FOURTH ROW: R. Langevin. T Cicerone. J. Nutting. N. Bratlie. D. Mc.Clain. K. Lloyd. R. Kenney. M. Hale FIFTH ROW: A. Sullivan. S, Kelly. P. Connelly, J, Pdn ora. E. Morris. D. O'Neill. F. Carroll. S. Colley. . Wwwf' P ,11. f .. ' 'E' L V3 , A , 'Eff' V, b llv 1 i 1 N1 g K, .. . ,,, A,,,, .., .,,, .,,,.AL , Nz wif k 4 ' Q, 5 Y f ' A HMM ki ..i.,.ifa2. 5 Q1 "F Q is aim. iii-5-' P-f 'W' mmxwm -J .,........ .M M. M.. 2 Q -1 19' 'J ww vm -mHf1.5Ev,'12 we awww 'M fgmsgqks fwmf Mm Q fs, Q Mlmwggfgwf ww , Q , W BH W +9 H5355 , ,NPR W.. Q WQA wmwfwaxffag- feisty 14.1 K A W fam :fi my elwywwjg fiifg .. in 1-,QQ ' AXP? if Q , QQ gmt fi Sr 1 555, ag 'Q C+ X fb, iavwlglagvgif 'ik r ifsf .Q 2 QRS? H' qi-mf ig RMK 1,351 a in wfff s ii? W A Qiwffgvgkf A "' kiwi E Mfg, Wggfgifi M5355 ai-ww M 1 H Wg F ,gig amy 5fM5 -fb he .A S, Q XS WF JSE? MER' Ag?-,E Q 43 Q vw 3 Q 531 Effgwixyww ww KW ltwhsifm, Fr M515 qi? fe BMW' 45' P we wg M LM' 731 'Wh K 5 fm fin vs-fe 5 Wx q Q J gQ" miie M-Lf V? if Q55 is Q5-. Q? fi 34 his 553 WS. z' fr 'Q 'mfg mY visa 13? jk A Q .E Q' 3 gig 1 1 fm , 49" .,6.m,w ,..., I --fb .J 1 'H ,, .H , ' 4 f 1 ' 5 25 1 ' ' . ,fx if" f ' k'j ,. 21. Q , NX j i Z Q' 1 - ' . """kk ,, iw " , b', " M ,JM 'wgiyfwx .. x :sv-K-iilxzziifif .fy xaa1:'::'2f-mfv -- K 5 Wx- I Jon's off again. "I just don't know." ...W-...M.WMm4wMmm4.wuufwm.qwdmmw,w' ,gMw,:mwWMmmWwwM1wwm.wme,mvm,ww Jm, 6 Kick the habit. Wivw L , wi 2' i5?"5:3? Thanksgiving Day Game 2, R 1 vi -i,1, 'V:i!f:!m, '-41: All Hail Abbot NliIton's offensive line CROSS COUNTRY FRONT ROW: J. Loftus, D. Keating, D. Connor, B. Mullen J Mulligan SECOND ROW M Ciano C Messinger J Ciano R Wal lace. THIRD ROW: P. Carroll, J. Barghout, M. Chick, P Sweeney The Cross Country Team had a disap- pointing season this year. The team was off to a bad start when captain Brian Mul- len and Joe Ciano were injured in the first meet. Half way through the season Dan- ny Connor had a leg injury and was side- lined for the remainder ofthe season. A promising runner is Maria Ciano, who finished 'twelfth in the state meet for girls. Next year, if there are no injuries, the team should be a strong one. N GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY The Girls Field Hockey Team had an unbelievable season this fall with a record of 4-O-2. Although not of varsity status, they played enthusiastically with determina- tion to win. Co-captains Anne Gormley and Becky Sander and Coach Duggan led the team to an undefeated season. High scorers included Anne Curtis and Becky Sander. FIRST ROW: P. Cooney, J. Emerson, C. Doherty, A. Gormley, S. Sander Nl Cooney J Walsh SECOND ROW E Kelakos L McDonald Nl Stack, N. Harris, K.Gallagher, B.Sathan, L.Theodos,A.Curtis,C. Linnehan J Gallagher M Hefler C Shea N Joyce 12 4 125 FIRST ROW: W. Kelm, D. Lake, P. Borttolotti, J. Goggin, A. Flaherty. SECOND ROW M Stanton G Kelakos F Moulton J Doher ty, R. Gibbons, C. DiPesa. THIRD ROW: Coach Herget, P. Boehler, J. Sullivan, A Vercollone J Gallagher S Levenson T Buck ley, J. O'Neil. SOCCER The Milton High School varsity soccer team, under the guidance of second-year coach Thomas Herget, suffered a disappointing sea- son. Their final record was two wins and fourteen defeats. The booters were hurt by a lack of varsity experience. Only three starters were returning from the 1972 team. However, they often made up for their lack of experience with aggressiveness and deter- mined play. Their two victories over Framingham North C1-OJ and Natick C1-OD exemplified this style of play. The winning goals were provided by John Gallagher and Donny Lake. 126 127 POWDER PU FF FOOTBALL Donna on the run On Friday, November 23, the junior and senior girls clashed in their annual foot- ball game. The seniors, clad in white, maintained their lead over the red-jer- Seyed juniors throughout the game. The seniors' tight defense prevented the ju- niors from getting on the scoreboard. Touchdowns from Donna Blake, Elaine Ferrari and two from Jackie Langley made the score 28 to O. FIRST ROW D Rogan, P. MacDonald, C. Kaurafas, D. Griffin, D. Ross, SECOND ROW: B. Kelm, F, Schifone, R. Schifone, K. Krozy THIRD ROW J Baldwin Ccoachj, D. Scanlon, J. Marn, D. Crispo. FOURTH ROW: M. Hale, M. Gannon. WRESTLING This year's Wrestling Team, which boasted some of the top-seeded wrestlers in the con- ference, had a good year. People like Dick Scanlon, Billy Kelm, Charlie Kaurafas, Marty Hale, Mark Gannon, Frank and Rich Schifone, Dave Rogan, etc., piled up an impressive 9-4 record. One of the most amazing meets was with Scituate. MHS was behind by ll points, but "Gates" Gannon and Marty Hale pinned in the last two matches to pull it out by 1 point. Billy Kelm and Dick Scanlon were the co-captains, Mr. Baldwin the head coach, and Mr. Tardiff the assistant coach. Scanlon added a fine postscript to the sea- son by going undefeated for the second season in a row. We wish good luck to next year's team, who will be working with a few returning players. 130 1 1 FIRST ROW: A. Vercollone, B. Mullen, K. Connor. SECOND ROW: G. Hamilton, M. Guerrera, J. Kelly, J. Losordo, J. Richman, M. Seidman, S. Coffey. THIRD ROW: J. Ciano, J. Mahan, K. Blake, B. Cattel, J. Barghout, R. Wallace, D. Gioiosa. FOURTH ROW: S. Gordon, D. Connor, M. Stanton, J. Polonski, P. Sweeney, D. Keating. FIFTH ROW: M. Carroll. Milton's Indoor Track Team had been State champs for two years, but most of those trackmen have graduated. Coaches Fitzhenry and Kent were faced with the challenge of rebuilding their team. This season's squad was smaller than those of the past, but it worked hard and retained the respect Milton had earned in the Bay State League, finishing with a winning record of 5-4. Hurdlers Art Yercollone and Kevin Connor along with top distance runner Brian Mullen were the tri-captains. The seasons outstanding performer was Jon Losordo. As a sophomore, lnjun was a member of Milton's Bay State record setting relay team. He has earned points in State competition in each of his three seasons, and this year finished second in the 300 yard run. Although Milton will lose shot putters Gary Hamilton, Jack Richman and Dave Perry and sprinter Mike Seidman, along with Losordo and the tri-captains, the majority of the team will return with experience. A great number of outstanding performers will return next year. Two school records were tied this season. Artie Vercollone equaled the hurdlers record of 6.4 held by John Len- non and Bob McAuliffe. Mike Stanton tied Peter Shea's mark of 6'1" in the high jump. Also Maria Ciano set a Bay State precedent as the first female competitor to score in a varsity event. ..izn.,, v 2 ,gi .g EEN K , mx fa: -Wm, Q... any BASKETBALL This year's MHS Basketball Team faced a dim season with only five inexperienced seniors, several juniors, and a sophomore. Led by senior guard Keith Johnson, the best ball handler and shooter on the club, the team went into their first game against Natick with their hopes high, but lost a close one, although junior forward Don Lato came up with a superb effort. ln the next few games the Whiz Kids did not look sharp and lost by heavy margins. Coach Fredrickson made some changes, but they didn't help and injuries added to their woes. They did come up with some fine games against the league's top contend- ers and next year's team should have a fine year because the nucleus of the team will return. FIRST ROW D Ritchie B Jacobs K Johnson B Griffiths, J. Brooks. SECOND ROW: J. Fredrickson fcoachj, D. Tyson, D. Lato, W Chick A Flaherty T Tagliamonte S Cunningham THIRD ROW T Connelly, W. Donovan. Here catch it! What style! F T' GRLS' BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: A. Goldsmith, A. Reilly, L. lrwin, P. Sullivan Ccoachj, L. Blacker, E. Bibinski SECOND ROW C Ready J Langley P Langevin, D, Quirk, B. Sander. The Girls' Basketball Team this year has changed in many ways. Their atti- tudes toward the game are completely different. This is partly due to their new coach, Paula Sullivan. Under her fine direction and with hard work, the girls have improved their 1-8 record of last year to an 8-4 record of this year. The starters for most ofthe season were Captain Lynn Irwin, Jackie Lan- gley, Arleen Goldsmith, Carol Ready and Pam Langevin. Though there were many injuries, these girls got strong support from the bench. Next year the girls will miss Captain Lynn Irwin, and also Jackie Langley, Arleen Goldsmith, Debbie Quirk, and Anne Reilly, all se- niors who have contributed greatly to the team. But next year looks like a promising one because of the fine experience the girls have had. All in all, it's been a great year. 138 Lynn goes forthe fast break Becky looks impressive. BOYS' GYMNASTICS The Boys' Gymnastics Team had a building season this year and made the most of it with Tom Fontecchio and Douglas Tatro as coaches. They opened the season with a victory over Norwood, with Co-captains Norman Bratlie and Michael Amaru taking the lead. The lone senior, Gary MacDonald, performed well, placing first on side horse and sec- ond on floor exercise. Several ofthe juniors and sophomores showed great promise for next year's team. The season of hard work paid off for Norman Bratlie, who qualified for the State Individual Competition in every event, for the second year. The season closed with Milton's record at 4 wins and 5 losses. FIRST ROW: D. Whelpley. B. Deveney, M. Amaru, N. Bratlie, F. Miller G MacDonald T Fontecchio Ccoachj SECOND ROW D Baker, R. Munroe, M. Flangbaum, J. Garvin, P. Foster, A. Herschman J Johnson 111 Gary works out on the side horse. Upand Over' E 2 ,f GIRLS GYMNASTICS FIRST ROW S Holt S Endres P Gregoire M Panora L Palumbo. B. Pettine. K. Duggan Ccoachb. SECOND ROW: M. Bowes, L. Lantz M Burnes M Hodgens N Schaffer C Berry M Arnold THIRD ROW: P. MacDonald, P. Peters, J. Miller, K. Shea, N. Harris, J. Murphy The Girls' Gymnastics Team had another winning season this year, led by Co-captains Patty Gregoire and Margaret Panora, and coached by Miss Karen Duggan. All the seniors were in top shape for the meets. For the first time in Milton High history two ofthe girls qualified forthe State Individual Compe- tition. These gymnasts were Patty Gregoire, with her handspring vault, and Laura Palumbo, with her floor exercise and uneven parallel bars routine. Several ofthe other seniors came very close to competing in the States, sometimes missing quali- fying scores by as little as five hundredths ofa point. This season the girls broke the Milton High School record for the highest number of points scored in a single meet with a 72.10. Next year the team will be losing six valuable seniors. Good luck to next year's gymnasts who have worked hard alongside the seniors all year. 142 HOCKEY If you take your seasons "one at a time", then mark down 1973-74 as one of the most potential hockey teams. The team had two All-Stars from last year, which helped in the scoring and defense. Doug Maiden was the leading team scorer and Steve Poelaert did a good job in goal. Some other seniors who provided plenty of scoring punch were Co-captain Brian Fahey, David Kelly, and Rabbit Burke. Other players included Roy Farrell and Eddie Hannon, both wings, who helped out all year. On defense a big hitter was sophomore Jim Curly. With two more seasons ahead of him, he should be a player to watch in the future. Steve Kelly, Peter Manning, John Loftus, and big Bob Burke rocked plenty of bodies, no matter who the opposition was, Despite his medium stat- ure, Pete Drain proved to be a remarkably tough hitter, before being sidelined with an injury midway through the season. Next year's team has returning talent. They will be led by Roy Farrell, John Davis, Bill Morgan, Don Lake and Ed Hannon. The big question is in goal, since Steve Poelaert and back up Rick Gibbons will both have graduated. Coach Maus and Assistant Coach Smigliani kept their heads up all season. The players worked hard all year, but just couldn't find the net during the games. FIRST ROW: R. Burke, S. Poelaert, D. Maiden, B. Fahey, R. Gibbons P Drain SECOND ROW G Maus Chead coachj J Davis D Lake B MacDonald, A. Wilkie, T. Smigliani Casst. coachj. THIRD ROW: P Manning E Hannon R Farrell D Kelly J Loftus G Arnold Cmgrl FOURTH ROW: J. Laffan, W. Morgan, J. Curley, J. O'Neil, S. MacDonald S Kelly S O Neil Rabbit's guarded closely Co-captains Steve and Brian 145 Fight forthe puck Maus coaching his team 'Q 'Q Q Q. bql' QQ g Q' QQ Q.QQQfziQQQiQ I, . Q 2 V,,, jf Q, Q.Qp..Q. ..... -- V 7: .1 f ' r 5 .- A J .. V - i-ni-ff., I .v.' ' " x A '- t A 1" ....... Q ,, , , ,',. 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Just wind me up and watch me go. r,,,,....-Lew.,-N HAS I was saying . . . " Chow. Chow. Chow What do ya mean, "Lay off the Kid"? Oh Bugs, not that joke again Night School Hand it over. Did I write that? ,aa 2 W "Can I cut in?" The first symptom is an itching around the face 136 Good Jon. Milton High Gothic Bobby Riggs?? Camera Shy seniors??? Hi there! '71 Us 4, , ,.., J: 2 . W.f. Q gl l', H:-ff. 5 ,W . In .,,k V -wsasvwg-n-1-gf ,N What do you think?" Whata team! 161 Why girls leave home No kidding!" "Just one more thing "l'm gonna get ya!" 163 I 5 - ,, Wfxw I g :gig 'E i i Q E Y "Now if you plant the bomb here . . . ' Faithful supporters 1611 is 5 1 Armed for a career Get them at the Leggs' boutique. 165 "Ah,come on." Girls! I love 'em U Don't bother me Q o U in NME... M6063 music Nova gov. 4 On a clear day you can see forever "What's your excuse this time?" "Are you sure this is where you dropped it?" 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BODY REPAIR Accldent and Colllslon Work Body and Fender Repairing Complete Auto Painting Insurance Estimates 696 2000 696 5300 Blll Ahearn Vln Nelson BLUE HILL TOWING CENTRAL AVENUE GETTY Jos p FLAHERTY OIL C0 Commete Automohve Repaw Burners Boilers gl Furnaces And Serwce 39 Bryant Avenue lVlllton 18 Central Ave 696 6450 24 hrs 95 Ellot St 698 9546 Nlghts 696 7300 Wm Nazzaro Prop 24 HourTowing8tWrecker Service Complete Heating 203 Compliments 104th Graduating Class You've Got A Lot To Live N Peps' SGOtALOtTOG'Ve CHAIN LINK FENCE CO., INC CHARLES C. COPELAND 6 Freeport Way CO., Dorchester, Mass. FRANCIS G. MULLEN, President 1131 Randolph Avenue Milton, Massachusetts 2882820 696-0700 I J. B. COLE 81 GLEASON Best Wishes From: MILTON HOME FOR FUNERALS NEPONSET LINCOLN MERCURY INC. 5 Canton Avenue, Milton Hallet St. 84 Gallivan Blvd. Funeral Directors: Dorchester David M. Chapman 825-8900 Charles P. Chapman 204 Complnments of ATKINS 8: REILLY INC 655 Boylston Street Boston Massachusetts 02116 Best Wishes to the Class ot1974 Cougjgfefggffvifmy J A REALTY COMPANY 231 Parking Way 25 BRYANT AVENUE Qulncy Ma MILTON MA 02186 Tel 773 6822 696 8200 TODAYS ARMY WANTS TO REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS JOIN YOU John P Albanese President C-O-N-G-R-A-T-U-L-A-T-I-O-N-S 205 SHE SHOPPE 691 Adams St Quincy Open 9 30to 6Thur8I Frl to 9 Master Charge 471 5344 WALK HILL FLORIST 530 Amerlcan Legion Hwy Rosllndale Mass 02131 A L DEWOLFE 81 C0 Hlghest Standards of Professional Service Sales Cl-lomes 84 Landj New ConstructlonCApprausal Nlortgageb 17 Canton Avenue Milton 02187 696 0076 MILTON FLOWER SHOP INC 378 Granite Ave Best Wishes To lVlilton's164th Graduating Class MULLIN S SERVICE STATION Your Frlendly Nlobll Dealer 352 Granlte Avenue East lvlnlton Mass 698 1630 Phone 963 3370 MY WIFE AND I FURNITURE THELIVIA 81 BUTCH Pl-IELAN 1050 No lVlaun St Closed Route 28 oft Route 128 Mondaw No Randolph Nlass 298 9575 BROTHERS DELI RESTAURANT INC THE FINEST FOOD IN IVIATTAPAN SQUARE James Christopher 1038 Blue I-lull Ave lvlattapan Mass 02126 IT S ALWAYS AN OCCASION WHEN YOU DINE AT THE Nlllton Mass RED COACH GRILL 696 3450 REALTORS 206 JOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME Robert H Johnston Completely Alr Condltloned Compllments Of 46O Granlte Avenue A lVlllton Mass Tels 696 4544 696 6625 BEST WISH TO CLASS or 74 KING 885 Cummins l-llghway Nlattapan CARLETON FORD FORD PINTO THUNDERBIRD Where Your Nelghbor Bought East Nl Ito 698 1370 FAMILY AQUINAS JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN BURGER Accredited By Conters Associate Aces MR GMRS Degrees h M 303A 698 7511 D 1 fAd Compllments Of JOSEPH F DUGGAN JR ., ., . . . . , 1 'v F . .. f P lvl A' Q gm Q lA ,f V '--. S S ,E .L g ' Md' l,T 'II . d S. I . . I 207 CQIVIPLIMENTS 0F INTERSTATE INDUSTRIES 'k 'k VINYL AND ALUMINUM SIDING 39 W T D dh 02026 617 329 0880 INC. 'A' t -k if if if if if 5 aslfng St. m Mass. Congratulatlons Compllments of To The Class of 74 ROPER S MILTON HILL RESTAURANT GRANITE PAIN1' INC 36 Ellot Street lVlllton Village 696 3034 John Nlazelka Prop CREST FARMS N 534C y rr pa O2 rl 298 9558 296 9885 FLOWERS STYLED BY SOLLI 577 Cummlns Hlghway Mattapan Mass 296 6660 PANTIQUE So Shore Plaza Nlattapan Square TUCKER PHARMACY 696 7500 696 2270 126 Granite Ave Dorchester Nlass Custom Wlnclovv Shades And Dzszmczzve Wallcoverzngs Compliments of PARKWAY PHARMACY Wlll1amA Clark Reg Pharm 65 Blue Halls Pkwy lVlllton Mass CARROLL PERFUMER Nlattapan Square Home of Famous Cosmetics THE SAMPSONS Compllments of SILVEY ELECTRIC C0 Nlattapan Mass H H , 7 . Y I , . Dustnbutors of ational Brand Food Procluet Complete L' fLq .Beer and Wine , A ummins High ,Ma a n Mass. 126 ' l' ' ' Telep 1 - or - . 209 OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '74 WELLS OLDSMOBILE 2020 CENTRE ST WEST ROXBURY MASS GROGAN Business Machines Inc. TYPEWRITERS 0 ADDING MACHINES 0 CALCULATORS SALES 0 RENTALS 0 REPAIRS ALL TYPES OFFICE FURNITURE EQUIPMENT84 MACHINES RENTAL PURCHASED EASY TERMS We Rent IBM Typewrlters OLYMPIA E553IZ'fE2 Call 479 7074 97 Willard St Qunncy 11 FOOD STORE T I 296 8166 296 8167 687 Adams St Quincy Mass DANNY S MEN S HAIR STYLING BI HI A it BERKELEY ONE HOUR CLEANERS I m a Cleaner Cleane K Best Wlshes Mrs ChesterP Lmdgren WYNN FLOOR COVERING N 536 538 River Street Mattapan Mass 02126 FASCH STUDIO M t g 48OAd t D l698 3456F E E S T S THE NUTSHELL 98 Adams Street Multonvullage DDYD 930 OO KEMP LANDSCAPING Complete Yard Ca 591 Blue Hull Ave M 696 1829 Y ' I Open ' 24 - H . H C I ing Hair St 'gnt ' g I Y ilton's Pho o raphers ST , M It and Custom Made Hair Pieces tpg phyv P bl- ty Sld U3 fi PprdFuyPm't 1649 l . tM p Sq. H Y ' 'H specialclomesforsmallcmluren 61Be' dey Street resents. toys, books and ya Bot 'Mass' Mon.-Fri. : -5: , V6 IIIOV1 I O HUNT S CITGO 598 Randolph Ave Multon Mass 698 9524 Compllments of GRONO 81 CHRISTIE INC 536 Adams St EastM1lton Mass 02186 Compllments of CHARLES RIZZO HAIR STYLIST 4OOGramte Ave MARCO S SUB SHOP 537 Adams St Next to Fare Statlon East Mllton Square Tel 698 9528 ours Mon ues We Sat Thurs Et Frl 8 7 ALSON S MEN S SHOP Mattapan Square Shoppmg Center ROBERTS SUPPLY CO Mattapan Square A Nlce Place to Shop 296 3800 MULLEN REALTY REALTORS 696 3360 Courteous competent complete servlce SHELDON BUILDING 480 ADAMS ST E MILTON MASS 02186 Schlager 8: Son Auto Body and Repanr Service Gas Inne and Accessorles 24 Hr Towmg 101 vvluard street 693 9546 West Qurncy Phone 471 7090 Compliments of ERIE PUB 795 Adams St Dorchester Mass , , 1 1 ., , . Milton, Mass. I 1 ' 0 H Z 'wi P- dl I-8-6 211 On one occaslon Arlstotle was asked now mucn educated he as the Ilvnng are to the dead. BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1974 MILTON EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION men were superior to those uneducated: "As much," said Congratulations Class of 1974 your School Commltteeman James G Mullen Jr sERvlNo You ANGELO S SUPERMARKETS CURTIS COMPACTS Congratulatlons104tn Graduating Class BREWSTER SUPER MARKET 98 Houston Ave lVlllton Nlass Good Luck to tne Class of 74 LILLIAN S DRESS SHOPPE A Woman s World of Fasnlon 532 Adams Street Nlllton Mass Citgo Station 59 Adams St 698 9619 Congratulatlons To Class of 1974 M B LAWRENCE PONTIAC C0 326 Granite Ave lVlllton 02186 Bowl for nealth and fun attne EAST MILTON BOWLADROME 54OA Adams Street East Nlllton Mass E T 0 NEILL Insurance and Real Estate Keep Your Insurance ln Nlllton Pn 698 3838 30 Central Avenue Mllton Mass OHS M1698-6502 I V , - , . . 213 COMPLIMENTS OF MILTON ELKS MILTON LODGE BPO ELKS NO 1686 577 ADAMS ST MILTON MA SPECIALIZED LUXURY COACH TRAVEL 0 UNITED STATES 0 CANADA 0 MEXICO 0 BRUSH HILL TOURS 0 UNITED STATES ' CANADA 0 MEXICO GROUP TOURS and HOTEL RESERVATIONS CHARTER BUS SERVICE BRUSH HILL TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 109 NORFOLK STREET DORCHESTER-436 4100 Agents for Plymouth and Brockton St Rwy Company Class Congratulatuons to the Compliments of Class of 74 AMARU s RESTAURANT 'W'-TON COOPERATIVE 8OBrldgeSt Dedha m Mass 326 9755 326 7431 420 Gramm Ave Nlulton Mass 02186 Congratulations 104th Graduating 1 214 ROBERT H PIKE INSURANCE AGENCY 372 Granite Ave lvlllton 02186 Tel 698 7850 HENLEY COMPANY INC 5 Brook Street Wollaston Mass 02170 CARPETS LINOLEUM CABINET FRONTS 773 0333 773 0466 BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1974 From CURRY COLLEGE 698 9604 KEY TO BEAUTY SALON Let Us Be Your Key To Beauty 532A ADAMS STREET VINCENT J PELLERITI EAST MILTON OWNER Compllments of JOHN M CORCORAN gl CO 500 Granite Ave Mllton 696 0275 696 4400 HELEN HARVEY HAIR STYLIST 34 Central Ave Mllton Mass 696 3669 Best Wlshes Class of 74 Compliments of HANLEY PHARMACY MILTON FOOD MART INC No Need to Leave a Suck Chlld Just Call 696 4440 133 Brook Road Mllton Mass Nathan Flelshman Reg Pharm Corner Reedsdale Rd 81 Randolph Ave Lo. , , FORMICA TOPS ak WALLS AND ' I I , I l 215 When you're looking for something extra in banking, look to us. The word "mutual" is vitally important. Mutual Savlngs Banks have over 4 mllllon accounts ln Nlassacnu setts we re a great place to save We re also the state s biggest source of mortgage money we re a great place to borrow Only our customers andthe communlty stand to benefit from our operatlons so when you re looking for the best place to save or borrovv see us soon MILTON SAVINGS BANK 40 ADAMS ST 561 ADAMS ST MILTON VILLAGE EAST MILTON 696 6500 LENDER STABILITY Q EQUAL HOUSING LENDER 7 7 1 ' 1 . . , . , . . V ,M-u..-,,Qt' 5, . "L"1"I,". E0uAl IIOUSING YOUR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER . .. The responsibility associated with such a title is no small task. A school yearbook without photographs would indeed be dull. Therefore vve have tried to fulfill our photo- graphic assignment with the careful attention necessary to assure you a pleasant and lasting memory of your days at Milton High School. THE HARVARD STUDIO 1947-1970 SL 1974 669 BOYLSTON STREET ZONA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 464 GRANITE AVE., EAST MILTON PHONE: 696-0971 "WE PERSONALIZE HAIRSTYLES" DANNY O'SHEAS RUSTIC GARDENS FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS PHONE: 696-4108 426 GRANITE AVE. MILTON, MA. 02186 coiv1PLiiyiENTs or CYPRESS CLEANERS CENTRAL AVENUE MILTON CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOME BOSTON, MASS. CENTRAL CLEANERS - DRAPERY gl RUG CLEANING SPECIALISTS - MILTON - DEDHAM - NEWTON - CHESTNUT HILL 244-3000 696-3000 G H BENT CO COR. PLEASANT 81 RANDOLPH AVE. MILTON Cookies-Cakes FRED THE HAIR STYLIST 555 ADAMS ST. MILTON, MASS. Ox 6-2645 Ox 8-9662 7 HPICKUPand DEI-IVEREDH I7 Patrons The publication ofthe preceding pages was due in large measure to our patrons. ln times of "tight money," every little bit helps an organization which is unsubsidized by the school and operated on a non-profit basis. Twenty-five per cent ofthe parents ofthe seniors responded generously to our plea for financial assistance. While we had hoped for and even anticipated greater support, these people have helped keep the Yearbook on a sound financial bottom and we could not have done it without them. We would like all who read this book to know what a great assistance these people and our advertisers have been to us. Our heartfelt gratitude and that of the entire staff ofthe 1974 Echo goes out to them. MR. AND MRS. GERARD ABBOTT MRS. CHARLES E. ARNOLD MR. AND MRS. DONALD E. DOHERTY JAMES J. DONAHUE MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH BACIGALUPO "K. K." BACIGALUPO MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH L. BALFE MR. AND MRS. B. BARANOWSKI G. LEO BESSETTE THE BIBINSKI FAMILY MR. AND MRS. ELIOT M. BINDER MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BLAKE MR. AND MRS. THOMAS L. BOWES JACK BREED MRS. RICHARD HENRY BURKE MR. AND MRS. LEONARD S. CARVITT MR. PAUL V. CHOATE MR. AND MRS. EDMUNDAS CIBAS JENNIE CIRCERONE MR. AND MRS. GERARD F. DONOVAN MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH M. DORSEY GERALD J. DOWLING MR. AND MRS. GREGORY DUNN MR. AND MRS. CLETUS H. DUWORS MR. AND MRS. ROGER J. DWYER MR. AND MRS. ROBERT W. EGAN THE ENDRES FAMILY MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MRS. WILLIAM MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ERLICH VINCENT C. FANNING HERBERT L. FERRARI T. FIDLER ISRAEL FINE ROBERT FOLEY MR. JAMES FOY MR, AND MRS WILLIAM B, CLARK MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH W. GALLANT MR. AND MRS EUGENE T. CLEMENT RAYMOND G- GAUMONT MR. AND MRS ROBERT C. COLLOTT NIR- AND MRS- CY GERBER MR. AND MRS. ROGER T. CONNOR MR. AND MRS. ALBERT GERSHMAN MR. AND MRS JOHN F. COUGHLIN MR. AND MRS. ROBERT C. GREEN MR. AND MRS. DAVID F. COX MR. AND MRS. WALTER P. GREEN MR. AND MRS. LEO P. COYNE MR. AND MRS. THOMAS' GUNNING MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. CREIGHTON MR. AND MRS. EDWARD GUZOVSKY MR. AND MRS JAMES R. CUMMINGS MR. WILLIAM J. CURRAN MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE DECELLE 218 MARY HABOSIAN DAVID P. HARDING MRS. GEORGE H. HIGGINS MRS. GERTRUDE B. HOWE MISS KATHERINE IRWIN KEITH JOHNSON MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MELVIN KACHINSKY ABRAHAM KAPLAN GERALD KELLEY ROBERT A. KELM PHILIP L. KLIMAN LEON A. LEVENSON ARTHUR LINSKY SAUL LITACK BENJAMIN LOSORDO RICHARD M. MANNING MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. MARTINELLI MR. AND MRS. JOHN MAZEIKA MR. AND MRS. J. EDWARD MCDONALD MR. AND MRS. JAMES MCDONOUGH MICHAEL E. MCFARLAND MR. AND MRS. M. JOSEPH MCINERNEY MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. MCLEOD ALICE MCMULLEN MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS MR. AND MRS. MR. AND MRS. MR. JOSEPH J. MR. AND MRS. PAUL B. MULKERN JAMES F. MULLIN WILLIAM E. MULLIN JR. THOMAS F. MURPHY GERARD P. O'CONNOR WILLIAM O'DONNELL O'NEILL WILSON H. PILE MR. AND MRS. CHARLES H. PRETTI MRS. PRISCILLA H. PRICE MISS NANCY RICHARDSON MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH RIOUX JOHN AND MARGARET ROCHE MRS. ELIZABETH ROLAND MR. AND MRS. MORTON K. ROSENBLOOM MR. AND MRS. R. H. RUSSELL JR. RICHARD J. AND BARBARA RYAN MRS. BETTY SALL MR. AND MRS. LEO SANTA MARIA RICHARD J. SCOPA MR. AND MRS. JACK SCHNEIDER MR. AND MRS. ROBERT J. SHAUGHNESSEY MRS. 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