Mount Everett High School - Aurigan Yearbook (Sheffield, MA)

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An attempt has been made to provide yearbook coverage for junior and senior high school students, faculty, and administration. UNIT PLAN: Movie titles and designs, utilized in contemporary advertising, have been inserted throughout the book where appropriate. Interpretation and application of such titles to yearbook content have been--M-in every case -- literalg nothing profound, subtle, or "suggestive" 1 is intended in any application. table of content -Q nf Hmm, x .r ,W Ah, vw-1 1 'Win my "2'a-f 'Wg . arab' ev A ri' Awg',ggjA ,M V vp 'QLJQ ' M Y '. 'L Q, We ' 2 ll 5 .ml 'Msn ..-all v19u"p- ,hm Kuw- .-v RK V as N Mount Everett . . Community .,.. Administration A . . Personnel ..... Faculty ....... Seventh Grade . . Eighth Grade . . Freshmen . . . Sophomores . . . Juniors .,.....i Early Graduates . . , Senior Candids .... Senior Portraits ..... Senior Information . . A Calendar ........... Curriculum .......,.... . . Occupational Education Senior Play ..........,. ..., Prom .... Graduation . . . Summer .... Activities ..... Foreign Exchange Art .........., Music ..... Candids ....... Student Profiles Baseball ....... Cross Country . Football ....... Basketball .... Cheerleading . . Softball ...... Field Hockey . , Girls' Basketball AwardsfCredits Epilogue ..... mount everett ,pq , gigfigaffffff M MW K , Aw. 'Lan 4 FAR LEFT: Mount Everett ecology building which was recently built with the help of Mount Everett studentsg CENTER: view of Mount Everett Regional School through a grove of trees by the ecol- ogy pond. Statistics 1971 - 1972 North Egremont . . , . . 1 Towns in District ........................... 5 Sheffield Center . . . . 11 School Committee Members ................. 10 Ashley Falls ............ . . . 2 fAlford, 1, Egremont, 25 Monterey, 1, Sheffieldf South Egremgm ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,A A 1 41 New M21flb0fOL1gl'lf2l C1rade LevelfNumber of Students Administrators ...,.........,............... 9 K ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, , . , 84 Faculty Members .......... . . . 72 1 .,., . , , , , , 90 SecretariesfOffice Workers . . . .... 8 2 .... . . . 111 Custodians ............... . . . 11 3 ,,.. , . , 117 Cafeteria Workers . , . .... 9 4 ,,,, . , , 109 School Nurses .... .... 1 5 ,,,, , . , 124 Aides ................. ..... 8 6 .... . . . 110 Buses ....,................. ....... 4 2 7 .... . . . 115 Students transported by bus . . . . . . 1,2891 8 . . , , , , , 112 Total bus mileage annually . . . . . . 254,700:' 9 . , , , , . , 108 School buildings .......... ........ 8 10 . . . . . , 89 Classrooms 11 ....... . . . 95 Mount Everett . . . , . 40 12 ...,.... . . . 94 Alford ......... . . . 1 Tuitioned out ......... . . , 17 Monterey ........ ,... 1 Graduates June 4, 1971 . . . . . 88 New Marlborough . .... 7 :'E5timated fPanarama photo, pages 2,3,4,5, by Dale Ienssenj 5 communit g "1 l 6 , -W . fgiffgggmnac 5-b , 1971 views of five towns: ABOVE LEFT, Egremont and the Elm Court Inn fon cornerjg ABOVE, the Alford Village Church in Alford ffeaturing Tim Finkjg STACKED AT RIGHT - TOP, Sheffield Pharmacy and Gulotta Brothers barber shop in Sheffieldg MIDDLE, the main street in Mill River, the Mill River Store, and Thomas San- ford with Debora Spigarolop BOTTOM, bridge reconstruction on Route Z3 in Monterey. W W2 ff r ,gas M0321 .. 413 Southern Berkshire Regional School District is made up of five townships, Sheffield, New Marlborough, Monterey, Alford, and Egre- mont. The 1970 population figures are as fol- low: Sheffield ........,..... 2,333 tincludes Ashely Fallsl Egremont ...,......... 1,013 New Marlborough .....i.. 980 tincludes Clayton, I-lartsville, and Southfieldj Monterey ........ . . . 601 Alford .................. 270 Each town's financial contribution to the re- gional school district varies directly with the number of students from each town testirnated cost per pupil: 5928.001 The 1971 actual oper- ating budget figures are as follow: Alford 5 39,038.00 Egrernont 221,981.00 Monterey 117,880.00 New Marlborough 196,721.00 Sheffield 482,235.00 Totals S1,057,885.00 administration School Committee Members-1971-1972 Mr. Roger P. Salzmann, chairman- New Marlborough Mr. David I. Gurka, vice-chairman-Sheffield Mrs. Robert A. Pederson-Alford Miss Faye Campbell-Egremont Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Daniel A. Miller-Egremont Osbourne E. Dugan-Monterey Coleman P. Nimick-New Marlborough James T. Collingwood-Sheffield Ian H. Macbeth-Sheffield John B. Roesler-Sheffield , L 'Ns . x X M Tet -A B' t. , , ,g ' ,, ' X 5 3 A at fc 'fr ,. .,-35559 ,, Q 4 f U, s .5 g f Q, . . ,Y 'im f W it s l Y' lax. 'W' . 4 WT' 4' Q " Vail' 2 E A 4" 2 Z V 4 :A .. , ,Z , LV ,Q +V. .,. -'lv Z M Z V 1 vii. C iv ', , R ts- . ' , IEW Nw , - xt.: ' " ' A f. Q ,.. .L A " '- ' ' 45. . f n ,Filth ml 3 55?-""'? '55, .' lg-1j,fr.'fN.lQ 521 f view, 1 f qw.: at 1 .4,. ,.1. 2, .. .fs-.i ., '.".'t1..a1fi2i,,' ,' -5-iii. 4 LQ, .Alba . -J, Q31 YA a..- i " 49" ff f , ' ffPi'Q f ww ,fr - Vt Amps va - - 'fffff-f 'Q ' , 'fl fE231l,,.' Elf tl 'in . 'MEL-25 T . ' 552 ft 2 f a se '-N1 Q" 3 K.. . 18352259 L.: 'QQ 1 ' i,:si.V ' . 'f 'Q f A 7.f":?7f X ' 1" Dr Douglas H. Adamson Mr. George J. Helmrich, DBMSLT Superintendent of Schools The first issue of ON COMMON GROUND: The Octo- ber, 1971, issue of On Common Ground marked the beginning of a monthly tto become bi-monthlyl newsletter for the South- ern Berkshire Regional School District. Developed by regional PTAXPTO, and edited by Mrs. Nancy Lehmbeclc, its purpose is to inform the people of the district about the local educational system and issues. Pictured at right during the first distribu- tion of On Common Ground - Mr. Daniel Cabral, Mr. Ray- mond Chamberland, Mr. Paul Langer, Mrs. Grace Artz, Mrs. Emilie Rutledge, Mr. Coleman Nimick, Mrs. Nancy Lehmbeck, Mr. john Rooney, Mr. David Pottle, Mrs. Grace Pedersen, and Dr. Douglas Adamson. Mr. Albert I. Trocchi, SP 'Q :f'.v" . . ,.-.a. gps . -7 .,5, V W. 1 Q , f, f X Q f 7 , f 'WW ,-my ' Mr. Iames A. Shiminski, ASPXOE Mr. Raymond F. Chamberland, ASPf5-12 Mr. George T. Doyle, DBCQ Administrative highlights-1971-1972: On April 1, 1971, Dr. Douglas Adamson became the superintend- ent of schools for the Southern Berkshire Regional School District. For the 1971-1972 school year5 the school committee appointed department heads: Mrs, Barbara Rhoades-English department 9- 125 Miss Marion Garrahan-language arts 5-85 Mr. james Herlihy- social studies department 9-125 Mr. Bernard Fryc-social studies department 5-85 Mr. Harold Halliday-physical education depart- ment 5-125 Mr. Wayne Eline-science department 5-12. As depart- ment heads these faculty members co-ordinate courses, improve courses of study, work out the budgets for their departments, and order materials used in their departments. Mr. Thomas Consolati was appointed pupil personnel director by the school committee. Pupil personnel services are non-instruction- al, professional school services available to students. These services include educational and vocational quidance counseling5 health, speech, and hearing correctiong and attendance services. Mr. Conso- lati's job is to plan, organize, supervise, and evaluate the multi-fac- eted activies of pupil personnel programs. Under the Emergency Employment Act, Mr. john K. Campbell has joined the administration5 he has been appointed educational planner for the school district and will work directly with the super- intendent, principals, faculty, students, and the community in plan- ning all phases of education-including formal school curriculum, adult education, and community education. Abreviations: DBMSLT-Distric Business Manager and Treasurer SP-Supervising Principal ASPXOE- Assistant Supervising Principal for Occupational Education A5Pf5-12 - Assistant Supervising Principal for 5-12 DCB - Director of Buildings and Grounds personn l Personnel - it covers many departments and many people, all vital to this school. In fact, every student going to Mount Everett is in contact, directly or indi- rectly, with personnel. The student knows the janitors clean up the mess students leave on the floors. He watches the secretaries type records and write late slips. He eats the meals that are prepared by the cooks. He rides on the bus to and from this school. If he feels ill, he is tended by the nurse, Mrs. Cugino. Finally if he is involved in a sport or is a spectator of a sport, he rides on a bus made available through Mr. Massini. BELOW: Henry Massinig RIGHT: Helen Cugino. t W 4222 ,Mwmw gf Qgffgv aff f 3 32456 we 10 ll if , f , 'r Q W k ,iff VZ I CUSTODIANS - BACK ROW: john Coles, Wil- liam Tinker, Robert Nilson, Robert Ball, FRONT ROW: Donald Van Deusen, john Rooney, George Doyle. uf . 'Q , fm - W, 0 ADMINISTRATIVE AIDES - Grace Arzt, Grace Pedersen, Inez Streeter, Muriel Rokos, Helen Ko- neaznyp ABSENTEE: Sabina Ullrich. X fl! f nf ' ff, 71 f X 2555 1, f W' , ,J ',,..f,, ' , I Ql-v 1 Z E :. Q 2 f ff f f I, W A .,,. I f W 4 ,V ,M If , Q W , , I Km ,Magi fr N W 4, W W i tv If fd M 49 wa 42 M ,, 51:2 KITCHEN STAFF - Grace Gleason, Phyllis Smith, jean Curtiss - Supervisor, Mary Martin, Eleanor Bock, ABSENTEES: Betty Petersen, Del- V' phine Nott, Irene Everidge, Barbara Percy. g M BUS DRIVERS - John White, Audrey Cruik- ' shank, jim Bennett, William Meyer, Mary White, '- W' ' . . Barbara Wilkinson, Peter Zucco, Ann Love, Lena ff , 'hf,4, 4 Pedersen, Joe Ebitz, Hazel Bertoli, Dwight Ford. 11 facult LEO D. ALVARES PATRICIA A. BEAUMONT IONA C. BRIGHAM MARCIA BROLLI SHEILAH S. CAMPBELL ALICE R. CHAPMAN DIANNE C. CHAREST BARBARA A. COHEN THOMAS A. CONSOLATI EDGAR L. DAVIS EILEEN 1. DONNELLY GEORGE T. DOYLE ROBERT D. DUCHARDT ROBERT L. DUNHAM 1. WAYNE ELINE BERNARD 1. FRYC MARION E. GARRAHAN ROBERT M. GAUTHIER HAROLD E. HALLIDAY JANE G. HAWES IAMES C. HERLIHY RICHARD E. KEEN JOSEPH L. KELLEY ANNE M. KENNEDY 12 n fm . ., ,H Y. N? .... 1 uw. -. 5 . ff I S, . f A Af if ' 'I 1. ' f X Z N A. f ., SX? ,. R. 'ww J R "Nfl-s..w.fO"'?' V .V V? ,-1,5 rg fs cf! 1, . W., 2 iff' . In fm W A f f .ygf-Wfww fi gy' mi I s .4 , H. f Egxgns . J I W M I 3 R , I ff Q o I gg , I 5. Q. I 3 , me-w-uv. Za, "'2!?"' W""u...-an-41 ,rf ., ,YI th, in-A ft 6 X 'N mg! Z ' WM, JM' 2' it wk.: Leo D. Alvares, Fordham University - B.S.5 English 5-85 Eighth Grade Class Advisor, SBTA President. Patricia A. Beaumont, Uni- versity of Massachusetts - B.S.5 Physical Education 5-125 Inter- scholastic Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball5 Girls' Sports 5-85 SBTA, MTA. Iona C. Brigham, Carson-Newman College - B.S.5 Home Economics 7-12. Marcia E. Brolli, Colby College - B.A.5 Eng- lish 9-11. Sheilah S. Campbell, University of Bridgeport - B.A.5 English 5-85 Eighth Grade Class Advisor, Newspaper 5-85 SBTA Corresponding Secretary. Alice R. Chapman, University of Minne- sota - B.A.5 University of Michigan - Teaching Certificate5 English 6-85 Seventh Grade Class Advisor, Opera Seminar. Dianne C. Char- est, American International College - B.S.5 Business Education 9- 12. Barbara A. Cohen, Bryant College - B.S.5 Business Education tOccupational Educationj 9-12. Thomas A. Consolati, St. Ambrose College - B.A.5 Loyola University - M.Ed.5 Guidance Counselor, Behavioral Science 125 Junior Class Advisor, Pep Club Advisor, SBTA Recording Secretary, Steering Committee, MTA, Berkshire County Guidance Association Treasurer. Edgar I.. Davis, Colby Col- lege - B.A.5 University of Massachusetts - M.Ed.5 English 10-125 Senior Class Advisor, Yearbook Advisor, Chess Club Advisor, SBTA Twelve-man Committee, Negotiating Team, MTA. Eileen I. Donnelly, Bridgewater State College - B.A.5 Speech Therapist tDis- trictj. George T. Doyle, La Salle University5 Pennsylvania State University5 U.S. Air Force Academy5 Vocational Education 9-125 Director of Buildings and Grounds. Robert D. Duchardt, Taylor University - B.S.5 Union College - M.S.5 Science 5-85 Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, MTA, SBTA. Robert I.. Dunham, University of Maine - B.S.5 Math 9-115 Aviation Ground School Advisor, SBTA Salary Advisory Committee, MTA, NEA. 1. Wayne Eline, University of Maryland - B.S.5 Simmons College - M.S.5 Science 9-125 SBTA Vice President, Faculty Advisory Com- mittee. Bernard I. Fryc, North Adams State College - B.S.5 Social Studies 5-8. Marion E. Garrahan, North Adams State College - B.S.5 University of Hartford - M.Ed.5 English 5-85 SBTA, MTA, International Reading Association. Robert M. Gauthier, St. An- selm's College - A.B.5 Social Studies 12, Occupational Education 9- 125 Student Council Advisor, Faculty Manager. Harold E. Halliday, University of Maine - B.S.5 Physical Education 5-125 Head Football Coach. lane G. Hawes, University of Denver - B.A.5 French 5-125 French Club Advisor. Iames C. Herlihy, American International Col- lege - B.A., M.A.5 University of Connecticut - C.A.G.S.5 Senior Class Advisor, SBTA Chairman of Collective Bargaining, MTA, NEA, Faculty Advisory Committee. Richard E. Keen, Ricker Col- lege5 University of New Hampshire - B.S.5 Science 5-85 SBTA, MTA. joseph L. Kelley, Merrimack College - B.A.5 North Adams State College - M.Ed.5 Science 7,9,1O,125 SBTA. Anne M. Kennedy, Berkshire Community College - A.A.5 North Adams State College - B.A.5 Social Studies 5-8. 13 facult Teachers Association Highlights - 1971-1972: The purpose of the Teachers Association is to pro- tect and develop the teaching-learning situation in the district. The association also holds the responsibility of insuring that teachers' wages, hours, and conditions of work are professional. The Teachers Association's efforts are directed toward creating and maintaining desirable teaching conditions for the teachers and ben- eficial learning conditions for the students of our school. The Teachers Association - has proposed the evolvement of our school dis- trict out of an obsolete functional format. - has recommended a developmental and remedi- al reading program in the senior high. - has requested large group study areas. - has recommended major curriculum revision of the college preparatory program. - provides an annual four year scholarship. - has opposed the hiring of non-certified teach- ers. - has social functions to enhance harmony among faculty members and assimilate new faculty members. THE 1971-1972 TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS PRESIDENT .............. LEO D. ALVARES VICE PRESIDENT .......... J. WAYNE ELINE RECORDING SECRETARY ................ THOMAS A. CONSOLATI CORRESPONDING SECRETARY ......... SHEILAH S. CAMPBELL BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES ........... BERNARD J. FRYC MYRON M. WARTELLA W. ALLEN LAMPMAN DOROTHEA BURNETT SARAH MAHONEY 14 PAUL A. MENIN ROBERT L. MICHAEL MICHAEL W. OHLSON HOLGER D. OLEEN GRACE J. PEDERSEN JOHN C. PERON SUZANNE L. PIERCE DAVID W. POTTLE LILLIAN E. PREISS MARK E. RASKIND BARBARA B. RHODES EMILIE L. RUTLEDGE RICHARD L. RUTLEDGE ARTHUR D. RUTSTEIN IESSIE G. SCHOONMAKER WAYNE SEAVEY WELLES H. SELLEW JAMES A. SHIMINSKI EDWARD L. SIMANEK ROBERT SMITH Tllaar f ""t Qt 'V " A ' ' ' -1 7 ' . , .X ii. I A 1.-7, WN. .. , . ff . abt... ,. X J.. fi , if ,,. .. 5 I t , , ' ' f- ' -W.-" 'ip I V.. . - ff- .V f . 0 ' tw 5 t 1: v' .. 4' f . ,- 1-,riff t 0 .. .11-- a..: W' ' ' 40594, 733. Paul A. Menin, University of Massachusetts - B.A., Social Studies 5-8, Freshmen Class Advisor, Cross Country Coach, judo Club Advisor, Driver Education Instructor, Slot Car Racing Advisor. Robert L. Michael, Oswego State College - B.S., Mohawk Valley Community College - A.A.S., Industrial Arts 7-12, Math lOccupa- tional Educationj 9-12, Science tOccupational Educationj 9-12. Mi- chael W. Ohlson, University of Massachusetts - B.S., Math 7-8, Varsity Basketball Coach, Massachusetts Coaches Association. Hol- ger D. Oleen, New York University - B.S., Math 11, Physics 11-12. Grace I. Pedersen, Pace College, Typing, Guidance Secretary. Iohn C. Peron, Hartwick College - B.A., French 9-11, Spanish 9-12. Suz- anne L. Pierce, Anna Maria College - B.A., Math 7-8, MTA, SBTA. David W. Pottle, North Adams State College - B.A., Guidance Counselor, Behavioral Science 12, MTA SBTA, Berkshire County Guidance Association. Lillian E. Preiss, Radcliffe College, North Adams State College - B.A., Guidance Counselor, German Club Advisor, SBTA, MTA, Berkshire County Guidance Association. Sherry P. Quick, Southern Connecticut State College - B.S.: Art 1- 8. Mark E. Raskind, University of Massachusetts - B.S., Math 9,11, 12. Barbara B. Rhoades, University of Massachusetts - B.S., Eng- lish 11,12, National Honor Society Advisor, SBTA, MTA, Faculty Advisory Committee. Emilie L. Rutledge, Connecticut College - B.A., Cornell University - M.A., Librarian, Faculty Advisory Committee, Berkshire Library Association, Massachusetts Library Association. Richard L. Rutledge, Boston University - A.A., A.B., M.A., Math tOccupational Educationl 9-12, Science tOccupational Educationj 9-12, English fOccupational Educationj 9-12, Social Studies tOccupational Educationj 9-12. Arthur D. Rutstein, Univer- sity of Vermont - B.A., Social Studies 9,11, MTA. Iessie G. Schoonmaker, Marietta College, Berkshire Community College, Physical Education tTeacher's Aidej, Basketball Cheerleading Advi- sor. Wayne Seavey, Boston University, University of Maine - B.S., Physical Education, Assistant Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, SBTA, MTA. Welles H. Sellew, Ir., Colgate University, Building Structures 9-12, Occupational Orientation. james A. Shim- inski, Fitchburg State College - B.S., North Adams State College - M.Ed., Assistant Principal of Occupational Education 7-12, Massa- chusetts Secondary Principals Association, Berkshire County Indus- trial Arts Association, Massachusetts Industrial Arts Association. Edward L. Simanek, jr., Pennsylvania State University - B.S., M.Ed., Art 5-12, Senior Class Play Advisor. Robert Smith, Univer- sity of Massachusetts - B.A., Science 5-8, Seventh Grade Class Advisor, MTA, Steering Committee. Robert M. Stone Il, Dartmouth University - B.A., VVestfield State College, French 5-6, 9-12. Ianice L. Storti, Westfield State College - B.S., University of New Hamp- shire - M.S., English tOccupational Educationj 9-12, Junior Class Advisor. Albert 1. Trocchi, Bates College - B.A., North Adams State College - M.Ed., Math 12, State Athletic Committee, State Scholar- ship Committee, NASSP, MSSPA. Lea Stowe Vachon, Kings Col- lege - B.A., Boston University - M.S.S.S., School Adjustment Counselor, National Association of Social Workers, Academy of Certified Social Workers, Massachusetts Association of School Ad- justment Counselors. Brian M. Walsh, St. Francis - B.A., Language Arts 5-8, New England LaCrosse Offical Association. Myron M. Wartella, Mansfield State College - B.S., New England Conservato- ry of Music - M.M., Fine Arts 12, General Music 7-8, Music Theo- ry, Marching Band, Concert Band, Stage Band, SBTA, Steering Committee. 15 seventh grade l KA riw .- ,. ,Q ,, ,Hx If .e '-- XL if-e. Q' rf ,. .. g, 1: g 4 ' E , V. V N 'S E- 'Q f A' 4 1 gn, QQ? -J D, 5 x. f. ' '-A-5-1 s.'- l ' E e'f"E"l'fi':f fg 't if ' ' -L ' sg CAMPER'S CORNERS E Your Family Vacation Center THUNDERBIRD FAMILY CAMP Rowe 7 Prospect Lake BARRINGTON FOOD CENTER THE BERKSHIRE COURIER l Sheflielcl, Mass. North Egremont, Mass. Gt. Barrington, Mass. 523-3020 5 Beb Gregory 5284810 Choice Meat 8: Vegetables ' 413-229-2042 528-0225 ADVISORS: MRS. CHAPMAN, MR. SMITH W . APLEWOOD FABRICS 4 Ashley Falls, Mass. 229-8767 BAC!-IETTI'S ESSO STATION Lubrication - Accessories Tires - Batteries Brake Work - Motor Tune-up Great Barrington, Mass. 528-9725 111 BACK TO FRONT: Walter Agar, Mary Ball, Michael Ball, Diane Barth, Nancy Beaman, Robin Benjamin, John Berkel, Danny Bethel, James Bethel, Alison Blake, Charles Briggs, David Brown, Stephen Brown, Wendy Bush, Sean Claydon, William Clouser, Rosemary Connell, Richard Cronk, David Curtiss, Q21 BACK ROW: Diana Curtiss, Lee Curtiss, Virginia Dapretto, Charles Davis, Sandra Dellert, Geoffrey Donelan, James Driscoll, ROBERT DUGAN - VICE PRESIDENT, Helen Eline, William Farnham, Nellie Fink, David Funk, SIXTH ROW: Maree Funk, Cecelia Gaarn, Pamela Germain, Blanche Goewey, Betty Gower, Johnny Green, Teresa Guerra, MATTHEW GUNN - PRESIDENT, Karen Hankey, Bruce Hastedt, FIFTH ROW: Lisa Haupt, Cynthia Hebert, Timothy Hewins, George Hill, Eric Ives, Scott Jenssen, Laurie Joyce, Jack Kahlstrom, PETER KIRCHNER - STU- DENT COUNCIL, FOURTH ROW: Suzanne Knerr, Ronald Leffingwell, Jules Lemere, Richard Lemmerman, Matthew L'Hommedieu, Peter Longdyke, Marcia Love, Amy MacDonald, THIRD ROW: LYNN MAC DON- ALD - SECRETARY, James Masse, Mark Massini, JO- SEPH MC DONALD - TREASURER, William Mc- Donald, Victor McNeil, SECOND ROW: Iris Merola, Daniel Moulton, Bryan Neff, Donald Oakes, Debra Os- trander, Hermione Ovitt, FRONT ROW: Brian Palmer, Ellen Pedersen, Renee Peters, Thaise Peters, Ted Pettit, Q31 BACK TO FRONT: Tom Andrus, Harry Fay, Karen Granger, William Stevens, 141 Marlene Pino, Emilie Piper, Milton Pixley, Linda Pshenishny, David Rhoades, Sandra Rice, Terry Rice, Steven Rodgers, Lisa Rood, Marc Sand, CSD Colleen Schoonmaker, Janice Seiger, Tania Shiminski, James Silk, Dale Smith, Jaclyn Smith, Paul Smith, Ray- mond Smith, Mary Stalker, Lisa Storti, BETSY TERWILLIGER - STUDENT COUNCIL, 161 Guy Trag, Janice Twing, Stephen Ullrich, Brad Vermeulen, David Watson, Donna Wichman, Janet Wilkinson, Nicholas Witruk, Owen Wright, Thomas Wuori, Debra Zamperini, Terry Zinnermon, ABSENTEES: Susanne Bacon, James Gaynor, Eleanor Liebsch, Patricia Mintz, Frederick Perry. November 18, l971 The officers of the Seventh Grade have dis- cussed the formation of a pep club. The pur- pose of this club would be to promote school spirit. The pep club would cheer our team on at games and make posters along with other school-spirited things. By the time our class reaches high school, maybe there will be more school spirit at Mount Everett. Matt Gunn STAGECOACH HILL INN ' Route41. HAMMER PLUMBINC' 5heffield,Mass. Great Barrington Mass I 413-2.29-8585 I eighth grade 3 2 4 '51 up 4 -f-kg AA " 4 Avy- ... Q. u ., , K A-f' 5' 'A xr -,, X- In V s I ' if if ,Y Q -I- v ,1- -C l 4, A ' ' -V X - Wag 4 ,. N ,xv . -4 fx X A , 4 'sf' " I s, . :ek if - C - -1. ' -N: :J , WWW N fb: ww,-,13d,,, 0, . -if F- aw, Q f Z? 3 ,S ,., ' 4 ,'f fd. Aa '2' - .1,i'. A n HARLAND B. FOSTER, INC. JACK WARREN BUILDERS ' so if xekil 1 . f? x 1 Ho Su ANDREWS INSURANCE IOHN'S LAUNDROMAT Refrigefation f Air Conditioning 1 Maple Ave. , O I H t H d Gt' Barrington' Mass' Sheffield' Mass Gt' Barrmgton' Mass' g1ecti?c3T?qu?Iimv:1ie 229'5956 528-2100 ADVISORS: MRS. CAMPBELL, MR. ALVARES T? ,WL 6 .ao , ,f 111 BACK TO FRONT: Craig Bachetti, Judy Ball, Dana Barnum, Richard Bassett, John Beckwith, Michelle Benja- min, Kevin Boibeaux, Dale Bosworth, John Boughton, Tina Brandt, Sandra Briggs, Gary Broggi, Bruce Burns, Julie Burns, Richard Candee, Sally Carlson, LAURA CARSON - STUDENT COUNCIL, Robert Carter, 121 BACK ROW: Margaret Cary, George Caul, James Coll- ingwood, George Cook, James Cosgriff, Robert Curtiss, Laurie Delmolino, Jonathan Deming, Colleen Doyle, Christopher Dunlop, SIXTH ROW: Michael Duryea, Richard DuVall, Joy Egerton, William Egerton, Herbert Eichstedt, Sally Farnum, Cynthia Fazzina, JOAN FEN- NELL - VICE PRESIDENT, Ann Finn: FIFTH ROW: Kathleen Fletcher, LORI GUERRA - SECRETARY, Cyn- thia Guidi, Tina Gulotta, Doreen Gurka, Terry Hankey, Roseann Hatch, Susan Heath, FOURTH ROW: Eric Heyman, Mathias Hitchcock, Keith Hyatt, Debra Keef- ner, Florence LaRose, Linda LaRose, Russell Leffingwellg THIRD ROW: Michael Leining, Michael Lewis, Ian Mac- beth, JoAnn Martin, Robert McDonnell, Phillip Melen- dezg SECOND ROW: Wade Merritt, Charles Mielke, Bruce Miller, Scott Minnerly, John Mintz, Wanda Mintz, FRONT ROW: Ernest Nott, Robert O'Brien, MARY- ANNE O'CONNELL - TREASURER, John Paterson, Eric Pedersen, WILLIAM PEKRUL - PRESIDENT, 131 BACK TO FRONT: Terri Abbott, Andrea Chase, Lisa Bower, Randall Koldys, Jeanne Malnati, William Van Deusen, 141 Mike Phillips, Mary Pixley, Susan Pratt, Car- olyn Rahm, Jim Roots, Craig Salisbury, Keith Salzmann, Thomas Sanford, Lorraine Smith, 151 Deborah Spigarolo, Sandra Stevens, Kimberley Storti, Thomas Sullivan, Ed- ward Tompkins, Clayton Trag, Michele Turner, Barry Van Deusen, John Van Deusen, Leslie Van I-Iorng 161 George Warner, Jonathan Weinstein, Lucinda Wellington, Susan White, Scott Wilkinson, Kimberly Williams, Patri- cia Winterbottom, Paul Wolfer, JENNIFER WRIGHT - STUDENT COUNCIL, Robert Wuori, Alan Ziegler, Fawn Zieglerg ABSENTEES: Jeffrey Crawford, Karen Deland, Bruce Eichstedt, Rebecca Peterson, David Touponce, Amy Weitz. November 19, 1971 The Eighth Grade has many activities such as a student clean-up day, dances, and home- room remodeling which they hope to organize. These different activities are aimed at arousing interest in "kid power." William Pekrul Service Is Our Business L. 8: G. SERVICENTER Dave Emprimo, Prop. 696 South Main St. Gt. Barrington, Mass. SHEFHELD MARKET aoirs CLOTHING srone "A Good Store in o Good Town" Railroad St' MAHAWIE JEWELERS Fresh Meat - Produce - Groceries Caflaan' Conn' Canaan, Conn C. A. gc E- W- Bartholomew Largest Selections of Formal Rentals 229-8939 824-7197 freshmen Ill BACK TO FRONT: Leslie Beaman, Marianne Berkel, Joe Berkel, Janice Billings, Gregg Birkholz, Judy Board- man, Peter Brown, JoAnn Bush, Mari Candee, Gary Carl- son, DIANNE CARTINELLI - VICE PRESIDENT, Polly Cary, Teresa Choquette, Kenneth Clappg Q21 BACK ROW: Colleen Connell, Brian Coons, Sue Curtiss, Wil- liam Curtiss, Linda Davis, Debby Dellert, SEVENTH ROW: Jean Delmolino, Lee Ann Deming, Roxanne De- Voss, Linda Driscoll, Edie Eggenberger, Gary Farnum, Kyle Farnum, SIXTH ROW: Patrick Fennell, Linda Field, Kathleen Fleming, Karin Frederick, Russell Funk, David Gasperini, Collette Gingras, FIFTH ROW: Robert Gower, Abby Green, WAYNE GUNN - PRESIDENT, Barbara Haecker, Joan Hankey, Robyn Hanson, Keith Hastedt, Walter Hewins, FOURTH ROW: Helen Hinkley, Chis- topher Hoag, Justin Hoag, John Hutchins, Karen Hyatt, Kevin Ives, Scott Jervas, THIRD ROW: Samuel Johnson, Edgar Kahlstrom, Donald Kickery, Jenifer Koneazny, LINDA LAW - SECRETARY, Terry Love: SECOND ROW: Bertha Lowell, George Lowell, Gail MacKenzie, Priscilla Malnati, JUDY MALONEY - STUDENT COUNCIL, Kathy Marchionep FRONT ROW: JULIE MARKHAM - TREASURER, Patti McNamara, Jill Mer- ritt, David Miller, Lisa Milligan, Billy Milligang Q31 BACK TO FRONT: Betsy Baker, Stephen Bangs, Doreen Bar- tlett, William Butler, James Bynack, Lucy Ann Wuori, Q41 Dennis Mintz, Susan Montoux, Philip Newey, Marc Ni- colai, Bruce Nott, Micheal Nott, Laura Oakes, Morag Pa- get, Alfred Pixley, Mark Pratt, ISJ Brian Race, Debbie Rhoades, Bruce Rueger, Charlene Ryder, Diane Salisbury, Donna Salisbury, Catherine Seigerman, Kathy Shortis, Steven Silk, Tom Silk, Steven Smith, Robert Stanton, Q61 Janis Stiles, William Thorn, Cindy Touponce, Dale Van- Deusen, Donna VanDeusen, John VanHorn, Thomas Vickerman, David Vosburgh, Sandy Wilcox, Cindy Wil- liams, Stephanie Wright, ABSENTEES: David Edelman, Ralph Hosier. November 18, 1971 The Freshman Class this year is planning new events for fund-raising purposes. Our first plan is to have a food sale and send some of the profit to the Peace Corps. The second is to have our annual class dance. We are also planning a horse show and a play. Wayne Gunn THE HILLSIUE RESTAURANT I-lartsville, Mass. THE POLKA DOT 52.83123 Sheffield, Mass. .uw 'f ,T LEONARD'S The Cleaner with the Spotless Reputation A Complete Cleaning Service 2.6 Railroad St. Gt. Barrington, Mass, 528-0096 CUSTOM BRIDAL SERVICE Complete Weddings Arranged Reception Accessories Bridal and Attendants' Gowns and Veils Catering Ashley Falls, Mass. 413-229-2623 WW X W f 'Lf flf' XWX7' 'ifvif ' f wL.L x-ff' f x,ggg?f,w, ,1 ' M' yy X Wf r X f 11' if IOHN A BIANCI-11 st co SEGALLA s srakvxcs CENTER WBARBIERI FRUITS AND Men ssnlaoys Clothing Leo R gegaua VEGETABLFS QLLLIGAN BROTI-:FPS Canaan, Conn Canaan, Conn Canaan' Conn Sheffield MENS 824 7608 824 7682 203'824'7531 , 'WW' sophomores ,.-1 - 7.-I-I , ' 01 1 x I , :G , ir 4. -wtf, iv J ., , .J A f , . , J av ' I A , .2 .fs F 'CM r 44, f O O f , p 5 ' , for s f Q X 7 1 r W OQQQW T 'F jj. ' , 5 'SV' 4 'X' ' K ' Q ,K , r w 3 i Z' .Q ' , l' , 'Y Aw 1 x Q S in ! 'I W' Kan .vi v r O so o ,o M wr, THE N. H. S. BOOKSTORE 1',' oNA ." 'L71 asks you to support your local business. ' , IRA E MARKHAM Wve have everything to A South figremont Mass suit your literary needs x s , - - ' r from Cleopatra to Peanuts. 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X 111 BACK TO FRONT: Andrew Bangs, Tara Barbieri, AILEEN BARTH - SECRETARY, DENISE BENJAMIN - TREASURER, Thomas Berkel, Carolyn Boardman, Mi- chael Bynack, joseph Cartinelli, SHAWN CASSIDY - PRESIDENT, john Cowen, Iane Crawford, Deborah Cruik- shank, Sally Cruikshank, Gail Curtiss, Q21 BACK ROW: Cathie Dapretto, Clinton Dattel, Sandy Davis, LEE ANN DECKER - VICE PRESIDENT, George Doyle, Sheryl Far- quharson, FOURTH ROW: Timothy Fink, joe Finn, Kath- ryn Frengs, Eric Friedman, Valerie Glanville, Robin Glea- son, THIRD ROW: LAURA GRUNFELD - STUDENT COUNCIL, Michael Guerra, Richard Hall, Donna Hatch, Bruce Heyman, Martha Higgins, SECOND ROW: Melissa Hinman, Dara jenssen, Charles Iudkins, joan Koneazny, David Lewis, Lori L'Hommedieu, FRONT ROW: Erika Liebsch, Amy Longdyke, Lucinda Longdyke, Anne Martin, JOE MEROLA - STUDENT COUNCIL, 131 BACK ROW: William Carley, Brooke Carton, Mark Brandt, Albert Bas- sett, SECOND ROW: Frank LaRose, Kevin Hennessey, Kenneth Fish, Christina Chase, THIRD ROW: Michael Martin, Robert Patterson, Richard Race, Donald Rossi, FRONT ROW: Mark Touponce, John Walther, David Weigle, 141 Loris Merritt, Lindsay Norris, Cathy O'Brien, Bruce Palmer, john Pedersen, Steven Phillips, lane Pino, Gary Pshenishny, 151 Kim Riiska, Georgia Rood, PATRI- CIA SALZMANN - STUDENT COUNCIL, David Shaw, Wayne Smith, Rita Stalker, Lorraine Stevens, Robert Tolvo, jeffrey Trag, Q61 Kathie Tryon, Ann Turner, John Ullrich, Joseph Ullrich, Joey VanDeusen, Patricia Varney, Melanie Wyman, John Zimboski, Carl Zinnermon, ABSENTEES: Wendy Carlson, Brian DeLand, Keith Langenback, Carol Weitz, Priscilla Twing. November 18, 1971 This year has already proven itself a much more active one for our class. More of the non- active students have begun to participate in helping to begin different activities. Already this year we have succeeded in making it possi- ble for us to receive our class rings by mid-year, ordinarily we would have received them in our junior year. We also have plans for a concert and a play. The only way these plans will come about is if the class keeps the enthusiasm they have now for the rest of the year. Shawn Cassidy M. T. CAVANAUGH, INC. Plumbing - Heating - Oil Burners Pumps Sr Water Systems Kitchen Remodeling 51 Church St. Gt. Barrington, Mass, 528-OO42. l,lI'llOI'S 1 W ..,...x.......-,.-....V,...,. .. JW-. J., ,, -, , J of 2 n 4 K . ,X 41 2. ,K ' 3' A 1' ,J ,. X H' 24 fm, 3 K ,mg WS? .I . ...-. i 1 .. 1 Jr fe A 'f 1094 gf ,f A. ' r, - as I' 1 L.. ". --, ADVISORS: MRSSTORTI, MR. CONSOLATI Ill BACK TO FRONT: Dawn Agar, Iay Amidon, SHAR- ON ARZT - SUTDENT COUNCIL, DONNA BACHETTI - TREASURER, Jeff Barth, Debra Board- man, Patricia Brazie, Don Campbell, Cathy Chapin, Q21 BACK ROW: Lindsey Crawford, Kevin Curtis, Holly Delmolino, David Dempsey, Peter Driscoll, Timothy Drumm, Annemarie Eggenberger, Noreen Eichstedt, Vir- ginia Everidge, FIFTH ROW: Helen Farnum, Deborah Fletcher, William Friedman, Christopher Gaarn, Stanley Gracyk, Michael Harrigan, FOURTH ROW: Stephen Hastedt, Michelle Ives, BRIAN KELLY - VICE PRESIDENT, Cathy Kirchner, Jean Koneazny, Susan Law, THIRD ROW: Marylee Lopez, KATHY MAC- DONALD - STUDENT COUNCIL, Marybeth Madison, Nancy Malnati, Paul Marcel, SECOND ROW: Elaine Martin, Eleanor McDonald, Annette Merola, Karen Mer- ritt, Daniel Miller, Deborah Milligan, FRONT ROW: Fred Moore, Peter Newey, Peter Nicolai, Lynn O'Brien, Iillaine Patch, 131 BACK ROW: Peter Ambro, Dave Be- thel, FIFTH ROW: james Blodgett, Susan Bynack, Terr- ance Carson, Theodora Chase, FOURTH ROW: Willard Curtis, Paul Desaulniers, John Hankey, Kendall Norris, THIRD ROW: Donald Peck, Paul Pedersen, Kevin Peter- son, Frank Montgomery, SECOND ROW: Thomas Race, Melissa Scholz, d'Arcy Ries, Elizabeth Tryon, FRONT ROW: Debra Turner, Carl VanDeusen, Ronnie Van- Deusen, Q41 RUTH PEDERSEN - SECRETARY, GEOF- FREY PIPER - PRESIDENT, Brian Real, Io-Anne Real, Clem Robins, Dave Rood, 15, Karen Ryder, Ted Schiff- man, Iohn Schoenfeld, Peter Shuts, Mary jane Stevens, Jeffrey Stover, Francis Sullivan, jared Thomson, 161 Doug Zantay, Elaine Wuori, Mary Wyman, Susan Turner, SUSAN WHISENANT - STUDENT COUNCIL, Reiner White, George Ullrich, Bradley Wilson, ABSENTEES: Robin Bower, Russell Burke, Nancy Dupont, Julianne Edelman, Joyce Farnum, Susan Hankey, Dreama Hill, Anita Hutchins, Frank Rosier, Arvilla Trag. November 18, 1971 During the current school year, the junior Class has been in competition with its officers to see who can wear the other out first. Through the football season, devoted 73ers successfully kept Eagle fanatics filled with hot dogs and soda at home games. Upcoming events are the Christmas Tea twelcome back, Alumnil and the Iunior-Senior Prom. Some revolutionary junior radicals have also been planning and plotting something new and unconventional in cooperation with the Soph- omore Class. Could there ever be a Rock Con- cert at Mount Everett? And so the Juniors have fallen headlong into the new year, idealis- tic and searching for the answer tto what - who knows?J. Geoffrey Piper 2 earl graduates NANCY M. DUPONT ELAINE M. MARTIN X ARVILLA L. TRAG ' CARL VAN DEUSEN Judy Marion :Lf Q. J 1 - r v w A! K UQ I A EX 'F-.V ' ,M 3 Z 5 Z e' x Dona Wheeler .w,.,7, ., ,y Ay ,. w'7'k tgu fi: A f J, ,I , f2.,,- ff, Jr Qi, , ' 2, fap f Q - w,,, 1 ,gf fa ., . - "lf:-. 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MARION GEORGE E., MARTIN SUSAN E. MARTIN GEORGE E. MASSE ERIC W. MCCARTHY ELIZABETH A. BMCKINSTRY JOHN MEROLA JENNY A. MERRITT KATHY-LYNNE MIELKE PAUL A. MILLIGAN STEPHEN R. MORRIS DUANE E. MOULTON LAWRENCE A. O'BRIEN' THOMAS I. PACKLICK DAVID A. PAUL IUDITI-I A. RAWLING BRYAN ROTE SHARON L. RYDER DAWN E. SAMUELS ROBIN SCI-IOONMAKER JOHN H. SELLEW RICHARD w. SELLEW DANIEL SHMULSKY STEPHEN J. SHMULSKY KEVIN AE. SHORTIS REGINA. E. SILK I MARK A. TROCCHI LEIGH R. TRYON ROGER C, TRYON I -' C, I ' Q5P3ETER4,Wf1BUf.fKERI I +- QB,RUCEgc.B'T-URNER .I - ROBERT Ap ULLRICI-I 'OONA LQWHEELER Rx Gp W-HIIIE .L-MA.RGIA.fEp.'-WWUIORI ,l.,x.v,kAV !k.E,,1 -'1' ' 'fi V- I 33'-42 If' ffm Y' L. .- M' 4 11 W E Y -2:2 .1 0 senior information CHRISTOPHER ELLIS AASKOV, b. June 5, 1954, Portland, Maine, Auto Club 1, Skiing 1. ROGER EDWARD ABBOTT, b. July 9, 1954, Great Barrington, Mas- sachusetts, Band 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2, Boy's Sports 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll Z, Wrestling 2. CHRISTOPHER REED BEATTIE, b. September 3, 1954, Sheffield, Massachusetts, Art 1, Art Aide 2, Aviation Ground 1, 3, Boy's Sports 1, French 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, French Lab Monitor 4, German 3, Hall Monitor 4, Modelmaking 1, Wrestling 3, Weight Lift- ing 3, AURIGAN 3,4. GERALDINE BENJAMIN, b. July 12, 1954, Las Vegas, Nevada, Art 2,3, Art Aide 2,3, Crochet Club 3, Driver's Ed. 3, Prom 3, Sewing 2, Typing 2, Volleyball 2, AURIGAN 3,4 - Staff Artist. GLENDON BOWER, b. June 16, 1954, Hudson, New York, Art 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3, AURIGAN 3, 4. DONNA MARIE BRALLIER, b. March 18, 1954, Malden, Massachu- setts, Cheerleading 2,3,4, Choir 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Gymnastics 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, Judo 1, AURIGAN 3, 4-Material Manager. TIMOTHY BRIGGS, b. November 6, 1954 Chesterfield, Illinois, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1,2,3,4. TIM R. BUSH, b. June 22,1954. SHERRY LEE CANDEE, b. May Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Art 1, Driver's Ed. 3, G.A.A. 1, Honor Roll 4, Intramurals 2, Prom 3, Table Tennis 1, AURIGAN 3,4. ERIC JOHN CARLSON. b. August 18, 1954, New York, New York, Art 1, 4, Aviation Ground 3, Chess 1, Cross Country 2, 3, Driver's Ed. 3, German 3, Physics 4, Typing 1, Wrestling 2. JOSEPH ROBERT CARR, b. July 12, 1954, Sharon, Connecticut, Chemistry 2, Driver's Ed. 3, French Lab Monitor 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4. RUTH ALINA CARTER, b. January 29, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Art 2, 3,Chess 1, Choir 2, 3, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 2,3,4, Judo 2,3,4, Prom 3, Student Aide 4, AURIGAN 3,4 - Per- sonnel Coordinator. ELISABETH CARY, b. November 9, 1954, Seekonk, Massachusetts, Art 2, Cheerleading 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Gymnastics 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Judo 1, Volleyball 1, AURIGAN 3, 4-executive editor. PATRICIA ANN CASSIDY, b. February 8, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Cheerleading 2, Driver's Ed. 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Volleyball 1, Student Tutor 4, AURIGAN 3, 4-Liaison Officer. PETER CHARLES CASSIDY, b. February 8, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Art 2, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1, 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Student Aide 1, 2, Typing 1, Wrestling 1, Weight Lifting 1. PETER FRANCIS CHASE, b. December 5, 1954, Pomona, California, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Boy's Cooking 1, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Student Aide 1, 2. JOHN WILLIAM CLOUSER, b. April 12, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Chess 1, Modelmaking 2, Shop Service 1, JAMES HENRY COFFMAN, b. May 17, 1954, Lebanon, Indiana, Aviation Ground 2, Cross Country 2, 3, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Judo 3, Philosophy Club 2, Wrestling 2, Boy's State Representative 3. SHERRY ANNE COOK, b. November 4, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Cheerleading 3, Choir 1, Class Officer 3, 4-Vice President, Driver's Ed. 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, Intran- lntramurals 1, Prom 3, AURIGAN 3, 4-Progress Coordinator. MARY ELLA CRAWFORD, b. January 7, 1954, Pittsfield, Massachu- setts, G.A.A. 3,4, Nurse's Aide 2, AURIGAN 3,4. STEVEN RUSSELL CRONK, b. March 27, 1953, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Art 1, Chess 1,2, Driver's Ed. 3, Modelmaking 2, Newspaper 1,2, Shop Service 1. HOLLY LYNN CURTIS, B. March 12, 1954, Sharon, Connecticut TFuture Teachers 1,Honor Roll 1, 4. THOMAS RICHARD CURTISS, b. December 22, 1954, Great Bar- rington, Massachusetts, Art 1, Aviation Ground 1, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Modelmaking 2, Newspaper 1: Student Aide 3, Typing 1. SCOTT MICHAEL DAVIS, b. May 5, 1954, Mill River, Massachus- sets, Art 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1,2,3,4, Modelmaking 1, Weight Lifting 2,3. DOMINICK ANTHONY DOMBROINSKI Ill, b. August 18, 1954, Flushing, New York, Boy's Cooking 1, Class Officer 3 - Secretary, French 1,2,3, French Lab Monitor 3,4, German 3, Honor Roll 1,3, Phi- losophy Club 2, Prom 3, Russian 3, Student Tutor 4, AURIGAN 3,4 - Literary Editor. DANIEL EDWARD DU VALL, b. October 23, 1954, Great Barring- ton, Massachusetts, Basketball 1 - Manager, Class Officer 2 - Stu- dent Council Representative, Cross Country 1, Cross Country Aide 2, Driver's Ed. 3, French Lab Monitor 2,3,4, Hall Monitor 3,4, Honor Roll 1, Student Council 2. GAVIN RUSSELL EGERTON, b. June 5, 1953, Stamford, Connecti- cut, Choir 3, Honor Roll 1, 2. MARGARET JOYCE EGERTON, b. July 11, 1954, Stamford, Con- necticut, Art 1, Chess 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 4, Judo 3. BONNIE LEE FRANCIS, b. October 19, 1954, Pittsfield, Massachu- setts, Art 2,4, Choir 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Prom 3, Student Aide 3. DIANE LOUISE FRATALONE, b. July 23, 1954, Green River, New York, Band 1,2,3, Choir 1, Class Officer 4 - Secretary, Gymnastics 1, Honor Roll 3,4, Judo 2,3, Prom 3, AURIGAN 3,4. ROBERT WALTER FREDERICK, b. August 18, 1954, Bethpage, Long Island, New York, Aviation Ground 3, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Hall Monitor 4, Philosophy Club 2, Typing 1, Opera 3, Student Tu- tor 3, AURIGAN 3, 4. JEAN JOSEPH GINGRAS, b. November 16, 1954, Newport, Ver- mont, Art 1, Baseball 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 4, Intramurals 2, Weight Lifting 2, 3. JAMES HAROLD GOWER, JR., b. January 19, 1954, Winsted, Con- necticut, Art 1, Aviation Ground 3, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, AURI- GAN 3, 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH GULOTTA, b. April 20, 1953, Sheffield, Massa- chusetts, Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Aide 2, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 4, Prom 3, Student Aide 4. JEFFREY THOMAS HARVEY, b. September 17, 1954, Great Barring- ton, Massachusetts, Boy's Sports 2, Chess 1, Choir 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Newspaper 1, Science Club 2, Shop Service 1. DAVID ARTHUR HASTEDT, b. January 29, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Baseball 2, Class Officer 4-President, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain, Driver's Ed 3, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Philosophy Club 2, Prom 3, Wrestling 2. CHERYL MAE HEWINS,b. June 8, 1954, Great Barrington, Massa- chusetts, Cheerleading 2, 3, Chemistry 2, Choir 1, 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Gymnastics 1, Intramurals 1,2, Gymnastic Aide 2, Student Leader 3, AURIGAN 3,4 - Secretary. JOHN DANIEL JASMAN, b. January 1, 1955, Winchester, Connecti- cut, Chess 2, Cross Country 3-Manager, Driver's Ed. 3, Modelmak- ing 1, 2. DALE ELLEN JENSSEN, b. November 12, 1954, South Egremont, Massachusetts, Art 2, 3, Art Aide 2, Chemistry 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Future Nurses 1, G. A. A. 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Prom 3, Student Aide 4, Typing 1, AURIGAN 3, 4. JAMES FRANCIS JOHNSTON, b. June 25, 1953, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, tNot Picturedi. REX GORDON JUDKINS, b. September 29, 1953, New Rochelle, New York, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 4, Class Officer 1-Vice Presi- dent, Dramatics 1, Football 1, 2, 3-Manager 1, 2, French Lab Monitor 2, Games 2, Intramurals 1, Prom 3, Skiing 1, 2, Table Tennis 3, Driv- er's Ed. 3, AURIGAN 3,4. DOUGLAS KALLER, b. December 5, 1951, Meriden, Connecticut, Cross Country 3, Driver's Ed. 4, Opera 3, AURIGAN 3,4. NANCY G. LACERRA, b. January 3, 1954, Mount Vernon, New York, Cheerleading 3, 4-Captain 4, Choir 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Judo 1, Prom 3, Student Leader 3, AU- RIGAN 3, 4-Photography Editor. KURT STEVEN LANGENBACK, b. November 23, 1954, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 4, Shop Service 1. FRANCES PATRICIA LA PLANTE, b. September 29, 1954, Troy, New York, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 4. ROBERT WILLIAM LAW, b. November 1, 1954, Lindenhurst, Long Island, New York, Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1-Manager, Choir 1, 2, 3 -President 3, Dramatics 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 2-Manager, French Lab Monitor 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Prom 3 - Chairman, Skiing 2, 3, Student Leader 3, AURIGAN 3, 4-Senior Portrait Coordinator. DEBORAH JANE LEWIS, b. August 5, 1954, Augusta, Georgia, Band 1, Choir 1, 2, French 2, 3, Driver's Ed. 3, German 3, Honor Roll 1, 4, Italian 3, Language Club 3, Russian 3, Typing 1. NEIL WHITTIER LIDSTONE, b. January 2.2, 1954, Hartford, Con- necticut, Art 1, Band 1, French 2, Cross Country 3, 4, French Lab Monitor 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, Hall Monitor 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Prom 3, AURIGAN 3, 4-Features Editor. KARL-HEINZ LIEBSCH, b. December 2, 1954, Hamburg, Germany, French 3, Driver's Ed. 3, Future Teachers 1. JENIFER JILL LIPSKY, b. April 13, 1954, Great Barrington, Massa- chusetts, Art 3, 4, Art Aide 4, Driver's Ed. 3, Prom 3-Chairman, Volleyball 1. DOUGLAS DALE LYMAN, b. June 14, 1953, El Paso, Texas, Art 1, Basketball 3, Boy's Sports 1, 2, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4, Games 1, 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, In-i tramurals 1,2, Photo-Electric Games 1, Prom 3, Wrestling 2, AURI- GAN 3,4 - Staff Artist. SCOTT S. MAC KENZIE, b. February 1, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Basketball 1, 2, Boy's Sports 1, Class Officer 2-Vice President, Cross Country 1,2,4, Driver's Ed. 2, French Lab Monitor 1, 2,3, Honor Roll 4, AURIGAN 3,4 - Procedures Coordinator. GILBERT FRANCIS MALNATI, b. June 9, 1954, Ashley Falls, Mas- sachusetts, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Driver's Ed. 4, Hall Monitor 4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Honor Society 2,3,4 - President 4, AURIGAN 3,4 - Business Manager. KIM BERKLEY MARCHIONE, b. September 22, 1954, Torrington, Connecticut, Chess 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 3, 4. JUDITH ANNE MARION, b. March 29, 1954, Mill River, Massachu- setts, Art Aide 2, Choir 1, 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Future Nurses 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 3, 4-Manager 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4- Secretary 4, Nurse's Aide 1, 2, Prom 3, Sewing 1, Typing 1, Student Tutor 3, Majorette 3,4, School Store 3, Christmas Tea 3, AURI- GAN 3,4 - Faculty Editor. GEORGE F.MARTIN, b. January 5, 1954, Ashley Falls, Massachu- setts, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom 3, Student Aide 3. SUSAN ELIZABETH MARTIN, b. June 2, 1954, Phoenixville, Penn- sylvania, Cross Country Aide 2, Driver's Ed. 3, Future Teachers 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 2, Prom 3, Student Aide 4, Student Tutor 3, AURIGAN 3,4 - Sports Editor. GEORGE EUCLIDE MASSE, b. October 19, 1953, Pittsfield, Massa- chusetts, Boy's Sports 1. ERIC WARD MC CARTHY, b. May 23, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Chess 1,2, French 3, Driver's Ed. 2, Modelmaking 2. ELIZABETH ANN MC KINSTRY, b. October 9, 1953, New York, New York, Art 1,2, Chess 1,2, Honor R0114. JOHN MEROLA, b. November 27, 1953, Staten Island, New York, New York, Aviation Ground 2, Football 4. JENNY ANN MERRITT, b. December 17, 1953, Steuben, Maine, Art 3, Art Aide 2, Cross Country Aide 2, Driver's Ed. 3, G.A.A. 1,2,3, Honor Roll 4, Intramurals 1, Judo 1,2,3, Prom 3, AURIGAN 3,4 - Staff Artist. KATHY - LYNNE MIELKE, b. October 20, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Chess 1, Choir 1,2, Driver's Ed. 3, Nurse's Aide 3,4, Prom 3, Student Aide 2,3,4, AURIGAN 3,4. PAUL ARTHUR MILLIGAN, b. March 12, 1954, Alford, Massachu- setts, Band 1, 2, 3, 4-President 4, Band Council 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Boy's Sports 1, Choir 1, 2, Class Officer 3, 4-President 3, Stu- dent Council Representative 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain 4, Driver's Ed. 3, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Prom 3, Student Council 3, 4-Treasurer, Volleyball 1, Student Tutor 4, Christmas Tea 3, Spring Track 1,2, School Store 3,4, AURI- GAN 3,4 - Student Information Coordinator. STEPHEN ROGER MORRIS, b. March 24, 1954, Glen Cove, New York, Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Boy's Sports 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, French Lab Monitor 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, AURI- GAN 3, 4-Publicity Manager. DUANE EUGENE MOULTON, b. December 18, 1953, Great Bar- rington, Massachusetts, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Chess 1, Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Driver's Ed. 3, Games 1, Hall Monitor 3,4, Prom 3, Table Tennis 3,4, AURIGAN 3,4. LAWRENCE ALLEN O'BRIEN, b. December 15, 1952, Great Barring- ton, Massachusetts, Driver's Ed. 2, Typing 1, Wrestling 1. THOMAS JOHN PACKLICK, b. February 13, 1954, Pittsfield, Mas- sachusetts, Basketball 1,2, Chess 3, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1,2,3,4, French Lab Monitor 2,3, Hall Monitor 3,4, Table Tennis 2,3, Volley- ball 1, AURIGAN 3,4. DAVID ALBERT PAUL, b. January 31, 1954, Great Barrington, Mas- sachusetts, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 1, AURIGAN 3,4. JUDITH ALDEN RAWLING, b. March 16, 1954, Pittsfield, Massa- chusetts, Band 1,2,3, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3, Skiing 1, Vol- leyball 1, AURIGAN 3,4 - Staff Artist. GEORGE MICHAEL ROOD, b. January 11, 1953, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Art 1, Shop Service 1, Typing 1. BRYAN ROTE, b. June 8, 1954, Sheffield, Massachusetts, Art 1, Boy's Cooking 1, Cross Country 1, Cross Country 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4, Wrestling 1. SHARON LEE RYDER, b. February 2, 1954, Pittsfield, Massachu- setts, Choir 1,2, Class Officer 1,2,3,4 - President 1, Student Council Representative 2,3,4, French 2,3, Driver's Ed. 3, G.A.A. 1,2,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Honor Society 2,3,4 - Treasurer 4, Pep Club 2, Prom 3, Russian 3, Student Council 1,2,3,4 - Treasurer 2, Vice President 3,4, School Store 2,3,4 - Manager 3, Christmas Tea 3 - Chairman, AU- RIGAN 3,4 - Underclassman Editor. DAWN E. SAMUELS, b. September 30, 1954, Pittsfield, Massachu- setts, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4-Captain 4, Choir 1, 2, Driver's Ed. 3, G. A- A- 3: HOHOI R011 1, Z, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Prom 3, Volleyball 1, AURIGAN 3,4 - Calendar Editor. ROBIN SCHOONMAKER, b. March 4, 1954, Hartford, Connecticut, Class Officer 1,2,3,4 - Student Council Representative 1,3,4, Presi- dent 2, Driver's Ed. 3, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 - Captain 3,4, Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4, Intramurals 1,2, Judo 1, Philosophy Club 2, Student Council 1,2, 3,4 - Vice President 2, President 3,4, Student Aide 2,3,4, Table Ten- nis 1,2,3,4, Student Government Representative 3, Student Tutor 4, Reporter to Southern Berkshire Circular 4, Prom 3, Christmas Tea 3, School Store 2,3,4 - Manager, AURIGAN 3,4 - Sales Manager. JOHN HAMILTON SELLEW, b. December 2, 1953, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Basketball 1, Boy's Sports 1, Cross Country 1, Driv- er's Ed. 3, French Lab Monitor 2,3, Honor Roll 2,3,4, Volleyball 1. RICHARD WELLES SELLEW, b. December 2, 1953, Great Barring-- ton, Massachusetts, Baseball 1,2, Basketball 1,2,3,4 - Captain 3,4, Boy's Sports 1, Driver's Ed. 2, Football 1,2,3,4 - Captain 4, Hall Monitor 3, Honor Roll 1,2,3, Volleyball 1. DANIEL SHMULSKY, b. July 12, 1954, Sheffield, Massachusetts, Chess 1, Cros Country 1, Driver's Ed. 3. STEPHEN JOHN SHMULSKY, b. April 28, 1953, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Boy's Sports 1,2,3, Driver's Ed. 2, Honor Roll 3, Vol- leyball 2, Wrestling 3. KEVIN FRANCIS SHORTIS, b. June 20, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Aviation Ground 1,2,3, Cross Country Aide 3, Driv- er's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 2, Modelmaking 1, Newspaper 1, Science Club 2. REGINA ELIZABETH SILK, b. November 12, 1954, East Longmea- dow, Massachusetts, Class Officer 1,2,3,4 - Treasurer, Driver's Ed. 3, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Honor Society 3,4, Intramurals 1, 2, Judo 1, Prom 3, Volleyball 1, Majorettes 2,3,4, AURIGAN 3,4 - EDITOR IN CHIEF. MARK ALLEN TROCCHI, b. December 9, 1954, Middleboro, Massa- chusetts, Band 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Chess 3,4, Driv- er's Ed. 3, French Lab Monitor 3, Hall Monitor 3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4, Video Tape 3,4, AURIGAN 3,4 - Format Coordinator. LEIGH RAYMOND TRYON, b. December 31, 1954, Great Barring- ton, Massachusetts, Driver's Ed. 3, Football 1. ROGER COLLINS TRYON, b. May 20, 1954, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Boy's Sports 1, Driver's Ed. 2, Football 1,2,3,4, Hon- or Roll1,4. PETER WILLIAMS TUCKER, b. September 3, 1954, Pittsfield, Mas- sachusetts, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1. BRUCE CHARLES TURNER, b. October 13, 1954, Egremont, Massa- chusetts, Band 1,2,3,4 - Band Council 4, Cross Country 2,3,4, Driv- er's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 1, AURIGAN 3,4. ROBERT ANTHONY ULLRICH, b. March 8, 1953, Great Barring- ton, Massachusetts, Boy's Sports 1, Driver's Ed. 2, Football 1,2,3, French Lab Monitor 2,3, Hall Monitor 3,4. MARK HAROLD VAN HORN, b. March 25, 1954, Fort Belvoir, Vir- ginia, Chess 1, Cross Country 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Honor Roll 1,2,3, Volleyball 1. DONA LAURA WHEELER, b. August 20, 1954, North Egremont, Massachusetts, Choir 1,2, G.A.A. 2,3,4 - Manager, Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4, Honor Society 3,4, Prom 3, School Store 3,4, Christmas Tea 3, AURIGAN 3,4 - Senior Secion Editor. ARTHUR GARY WHITE, b. September 19, 1953, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Chess 1, Driver's Ed. 3, Modelmaking 1. MARCIA ELLEN WUORI, b. May 10, 1954, Great Barrington, Mas- sachusetts, Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 - Captain 3,4, Class Officer 2 - Sec- retary, Driver's Ed. 2, G.A.A. 2,3, Gymnastics 1, Honor Roll 4, Intra- murals 1,2, Volleyball 1, AURIGAN 3,4 - Liaison Officer. NANCY MARIE DUPONT, b. November 16, 1955, New Britain, Connecticut, Art 1,2, Honor Roll 4, Sewing 1, Typing 1,2. ELAINE MARIE MARTIN, b. June 28, 1955, Great Barrington, Mas- sachusetts, Band 1,2,3, Choir 1, Driver's Ed. 3, German 2, Honor Roll ARVILLA LINE FRAG, b. April 5, 1955, Great Barrington, Massa- chusetts, German 2, Honor Roll 1,4, Intramurals 1, Italian 2, Pep Club 1, Philosophy Club 1, Russian 2, Student Aide 2. CARL VAN DEUSEN, b. September 11, 1955, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Art 1, Cross Country 1, Honor Roll 1,2,4, Model- making 1, Shop Service 1,2, Wrestling 1, Boy's Sports 1. calendar FEBRUARY FEB. 2 tTue,J - BASKETBALL AT MONU- MENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY 58-593' FEB. 5 fFri.J - BASKETBALL AT LENOX, VARSITY 55-86. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT HUDSON, VARSITY 26-29. FEB. 9 fTue.J - BASKETBALL WITH MCCANN, VARSITY 68-61. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT CHATHAM, VAR- SITY 43-14, V. 18-12. FEB. 10 fWed.J - BASKETBALL WITH LEE, VARSITY 53-57. FEB. 12 fFri.J - BASKETBALL AT ROE IAN, VARSITY 74-73. FEB. 16 fTue.J - BASKETBALL AT LEE, VARSITY 44-75. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VAR- SITY 42-21, V. 18-8. FEB. 17 1Wed.J - BASKETBALL AT NEW LEBANON, VARSITY 59-43. FEB. 19 IFri.J - BASKETBALL WITH MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY 61-66. FEB. 20 ISat.J - GIRLS' BASKETBALL IN SPORTS DAY AT GERMANTOWN, VARSITY DEFEATS OCKAWAMICK 45-16, GERMANTOWN 45-16, ICHA- BOD CRANE 33-7. FEB. 22 IMon.J - GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT WINDSOR MOUNTAIN, VARSITY 63-61."' FEB. 25 IThur.J - THE MOUNT EVERETT GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM BE- COMES SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS BY DEFEAT- ING LEE 32-253' FEB. 26 IFri.J - BASKETBALL AT Mc- CANN, VARSITY 76-53? GIRLS' BAS- KETBALL TEAM LOSES IN THEIR BID FOR THE BERKSHIRE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP TO PITTSFIELD HIGH 39-53. MARCH MARCH 1 fMon.J - A bomb explodes within the Senate Wing of the Capitol building. MARCH 8 IMon.l - ,Ioe Frazier successful- ly defends his world heavyweight boxing title against Muhammad Ali. MARCH 18 lThur.J - FIFTH ANNUAL POPS CONCERT. MARCH 19 IFri.J - Between 400 and 600 people are killed in an avalanche near Lima, Peru. MARCH 24 fWed.J - SENIORS WIN SE- NIOR-FACULTY GAME 72-65. MARCH 29 fMon.j - Lt. William Calley, Ir., is convicted of the premeditated mur- ders of civilians at My Lai in 1968. APRIL APRIL 1 tWed.J - SCHOOL CLOSES EARLY FOR A LUNCHEON TO WEL- COME THE NEW SUPERINTENDENT, DR. ADAMSON. APRIL 6 ITue.J - GRADES 7-11 REGIS- TER FOR THE 1971-1972 SCHOOL YEAR. Igor Stravinsky, Russian compos- er, dies. "Mount Everett scores appear first. 38 -1 5D 5 L Ui May 15 - Escort Ion Whittaker and 1971 Prom Queen Lucie Cappadona. APRIL 7 fWed.l - Sheffield is eliminated as a proposed site of ahydro-electric plant. APRIL 8 lThur.J - REPORT CARDS ARE ISSUED. APRIL 9 IFri.l - Good Friday. THERE IS NO SCHOOL. APRIL 10 fSat.J - The U. S. table tennis team arrives in Peking, Red China. APRIL 16 1Fri.l THE SENIOR CLASS PRE- SENTS ARTHUR MILLER'S "ALL MY SONS." BASEBALL WITH ROE IAN, VARSITY LOSES 3-4. APRIL 17 tSat.j - SPRING VACATION BEGINS. SENIOR PLAY "ALL MY SONS" IS PRESENTED A SECOND TIME. APRIL 19 lMon.l - BASEBALL AT ROE IAN, VARSITY LOSES 4-7, I. V. WINS 2.0-19. APRIL 20 lTue.j - BASEBALL AT NEW LEBANON, VARSITY WINS 11-8. BASKETBALL WITH HOOSAC., I. V. LOSES 0-43. APRIL 22 ITHURJ - BASEBALL AT BERKSHIRE, VARSITY LOSES O-11, I. V. LOSES 1-11. APRIL 27 tTue.J - BASEBALL WITH MC CANN, VARSITY WINS 6-5. BASE- BALL AT ROE IAN, I. V. LOSES 7-8. COMMUNITY RECEPTION FOR DR. ADAMSON. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS GO TO STRAT- FORD TO SEE SHAKESPEARES "THE TEMPEST." APRIL 29 IThur.j - The F.B.I. arrests 19- year old Leslie Bacon in connection with the March 1 bombing of the Capitol building. APRIL 30 1Fri.J - BASEBALL WITH LEE, VARSITY LOSES 2-12, I.V. LOSES 7-13. MAY MAY 1 fSat.J - In the 97th Kentucky Der- by, Cannonero II is the surprise winner. MAY 3 IMon.j - GRADES 9-12 SEE THE CAMBRIDGE BRASS IN A YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERT. BASEBALL AT MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY LOSES 1-15. MAY 4 lTue.J - BASEBALL AT SEARLES, 7th and 8th GRADES LOSE 4-17. MAY 5 fWed.J - BASEBALL WITH LEN- OX, VARSITY 0-8, J. V. LOSES 7-27. MAY 6 fThur.j - GIRLS' SOFTBALL AT MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY WINS 21-1. MAY 7 IFri.J - GIRLS' SOFTBALL WITH CHATHAM, VARSITY WINS 14-4. BASEBALL AT MC CANN, VARSITY WINS 3-2. BASEBALL WITH ROE JAN, I.V. WINS 11-9. MAY 10 fMon.J BASEBALL WITH BERK- SHIRE, J. V. LOSES 0-22. MAY 11 fTue.J - BASEBALL WITH HOOSAC, 7th AND 8th GRADES WIN 6-4. GIRLS' SOFTBALL AT HUDSON. VARSITY WINS 13-8, I. V. WINS 12-8. BASEBALL AT LENOX, I. V. LOSES 0-6. MAY 12 fWed.J - BASEBALL AT LEE, VARSITY LOSES 1-4, I. V. TIES 7-7. MAY 14 fFri.J - BASEBALL AT MONU- MENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY LOSES 1-4, I. V. LOSES 7-21. SOFTBALL WITH LEE, VARSITY WINS 19-11, I. V. WINS Z5-4. MAY 15 fSat.J - THE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM, "COLOR MY WORLD," IS HELD AT THE RED LION INN. LUCIE CAPPADONA IS CROWNED QUEEN. THE 1971 YEARBOOKS ARE SUP- POSEDLEY SHIPPED OUT. MAY 17 fMon.J - BASEBALL AT LENOX, VARSITY 0-6, J. V. 5-15. MAY 18 fTue.J - SOFTBALL WITH ICH- ABOD CRANE, VARSITY 30-1, J. V. 34- 0. MAY 19 fWed.J - BASEBALL WITH MCCANN, VARSITY 12-7. MAY 20 fThur.J - NEW MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ARE INDUCTED AT AN ASSEMBLY. DR. ADAMSON AND MR. SHELDON ROTHBERG ARE GUEST SPEAKERS. SOFTBALL WITH MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY 26-7. JUNE JUNE 1 lTues.J - SOFTBALL WITH OCKAWAMICK, VARSITY 13-12. JUNE 3 fThur.J - SOFTBALL AT NEW LEBANON, VARSITY 32-8, J. V. 33-11. THE 1971 YEARBOOKS ARE SCHED- ULED TO BE SHIPPED OUT, BUT A TRUCK HITS A UTILITY POLE AND KNOCKS OUT THE ELECTRICITY WHILE THE BOOKS ARE IN BINDING. JUNE 4 tFri.J - Joe E. Lewis, famous night- club actor, dies. THE 1971 SENIOR CLASS GRADUATES WITH THE FIRST OUTDOOR EXERCISES HELD AT MOUNT EVERETT. JUNE 5 CSat.J - MAKE-UP DAY FOR EXTRA SNOW DAY. JUNE 7 fMon.J - THE TRUCK DELIVER- ING THE 1971 YEARBOOKS IS CAUGHT IN THE TOLL BOOTHXBRIDGES STRIKE IN NEW YORK FOR SIX HOURS. AT 10:30 P.M. THE BOOKS ARE FINALLY DELIV- ERED. JUNE 8 fTue.J - SOFTBALL AT GER- A MANTOWN, VARSITY 18-13, J. V. 32- 13. JOHN COOK IS SELECTED IN THE ANNUAL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL FREE-AGENT DRAFT. JUNE 10 lThur.J - President Nixon an- nounces that he is ending a 21-year em- bargo on trade with Communist China. JUNE 11 fFri.J - JOHN COOK SIGNS A CONTRACT WITH THE HOUSTON ASTROS AND IS TO REPORT TO THEIR COVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FARM TEAM, JUNE 14. JUNE 12 lSat.J - Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox are married in the Rose Garden of the White House. JUNE 18 lFri.J - SCHOOL ENDS. JUNE 23 fWed.J -- The Republican National Committee votes to hold the Party's 1972 Presidential nominations in San Diego. JUNE 26 lSat.J - Two people drown and one is shot at a rock festival in Louisiana. JUNE 28 fMon.J - Dr. Daniel Ellsberg turns himself into Federal authorities and ad- mits to being the person who provided the New York Times with the secret Pentagon Papers. JUNE 30 CWed.J - The Supreme Court de- cides by a vote of 6-3 that the Pentagon Papers may be printed. The 26th amend- ment, the 18-year old vote, is ratified. The three Soyuz XI cosmonauts are found dead in their space craft after landing from a record 23 days, 17 hours, and 40 minutes in space. JULY JULY 1 fThur.J - The new U.S. Postal Serv- ice comes into existence. JULY 3 lFri.J - Youths disrupt the Newport Jazz Festival and force the end of the eve- ning programs. JULY 6 fTue.J - Louis Armstrong, 71, dies. JULY 9 lFri.J - Three men are injured as two gunmen steal a S142,000 New York City payroll. JULY 14 tWed.J - One-half of the one mil- lion employees of the Bell Telephone Sys- tem go on strike. JULY 15 lThur.J - President Nixon an- June 4 - Commencement exercise - Louise Antony speaks. nounces through a televised speech that he plans to travel to Communist China next May. JULY 20 CTue.J - The Bell Telephone em- ployees return to work. JULY 22 lThur.J -- Attorney General Robert N. Quinn rules that 18-year olds can vote in the communities where they attend col- leges. JULY 23 iFri.J - Senator Barry Goldwater announces that he supports President Nixon's trip to China. JULY 24 fSat.J - Miss Lebanon is crowned Miss Universe 1971. A man wounds two people and hijacks a National Airlines jet to Cuba. JULY 26 fMon.J - Apollo 15, with Col. David Scott, Major Alfred Worden, and Col. James Irwin, is successfully launched to the moon. JULY 27 CTue.J - Black militant, Angela Davis, pleads not guilty to murder, kid- nap, and conspiracy charges. JULY 28 fWed.J - The Apollo 15 astronauts stop a leak in the drinking water system with emergency procedures radioed from Misson Control. JULY 29 fThur.J - A three judge federal panel rules that Connecticut's one-year residency requirement for welfare recipi- ents is unconstitutional. JULY 31 fFri.J - Astronauts Scott and Irwin explore the surface of the moon. AUGUST AUG. 4 fWed.J - Apollo 15 begins its trip back to earth. AUG. 5 fThur.J - Apollo 15 astronaut Wor- den becomes the first man to walk in deep space. AUG. 6 QFri.J - President and Mrs. Nixon fly to Maine for the weekend with David and Julie Eisenhower. AUG. 7 tSat.J - Apollo 15 space mission comes to a successful end as the Endeavor splashes down in the Pacific. AUG. 8 lSun.J - A mis-trial is declared in the re-trial of Black Panther Huey New- ton. AUG. 11 CWed.J - Reverend Philip Berrigan and six other prisoners are moved from Danbury Federal Prison to the U. S. Medi- cal Center in Springfield, Missouri, as a result of the hunger strike they staged. AUG. 15 lSun.J - President Nixon an- nounces his 90 day wage-price freeze to help curb inflation. AUG. 16 tMon.J - The army announces that thousands of draftees serving at posts in the U. S. will be discharged up to four months early. AUG. 17 tTue.J - President Nixon asks for a halt to all current strikes and that no new strikes develop during the wage-price freeze. AUG. 21 fSat.J - Three guards and three prisoners are killed in an escape attempt from San Quentin. AUG. 22 fSun.J - Bolivia gets a new presi- dent, Hugo Banzer, as right wing students crush final resistance to a coup against the leftist government. AUG. 23 fMon.J - Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky announces that he will not cam- paign for the October 3rd South Vietnam- ese presidential election. AUG. 26 tThur.J - Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon, resigns from the space agency to become a professor at fcontinued next pagej 39 the University of Cincinnati. AUG. 30 lMon.J - It is announced that President and Mrs. Nixon will visit Cana- da sometime next spring and that Vice President and Mrs. Agnew will represent the U. S. in Iran this October at the cele- bration of the 2500th anniversary of the founding of the Persian empire. SEPTEMBER SEP. 1 fWed.l - Two unions and the Boston Police file suits challenging the constitu- tionality of President Nixon's wage-price freeze. SEP. 4 fSat.l - A 727 jetliner crashes in Alaskag all 111 people aboard are killed. SEP. 8 lWecl.l - SCHOOL BEGINS. SEP. 9 lThur.J - Inmates at Attica State Prison in New York take over part of the prison and hold hostages. SEP. 10 fFri.J - Senator Winston L. Prouty of Vermont dies of cancer at the age of 65. SEP. 11 lSat.J - Nikita Khrushchev, former Russian head, dies from heart attack. SEP. 13 fMon.J - State troopers and sher- iff's deputies storm barricades of inmates at Attica, prison authority reassumed. SEP. 16 fThur.j - Look magazine announces that it will cease publication with the Oc- tober 19th issue. SEP. 17 lFri.J - Associate Justice Hugo Black, after 34 years on the Supreme Court, announces retirement. SEP. 18 CSat.l - FOOTBALL WITH THE October 1971 - cross country - Neil Lid- stone, Coach Menin, julie Markham. AMERICAN SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 16-S." SEP. 22 QWed.J - Captain Ernest Medina is acquitted of all charges in connection with the My Lai killings. SEP. 24 lFri.l - FOOTBALL AT MADI- SON, CONN. QHAND HIGH SCHOOLJ 0-34. THE BAND PLAYED NOCTUR- NAL MUSIC FOR THE FIRST TIME AT A FOOTBALL GAME. SEP. 25. QSat.J - Retired Supreme Court justice Hugo Black, 85 dies. SEP. 28 lTue.J GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY AT GERMANTOWN, VARSITY 1-7, j. V. 1- 1. CROSS-COUNTRY AT LENOX, VARSITY WINS 15-483' OCTOBER OCT. 1 fFri.J - CROSS-COUNTRY WITH WAHCONAH, VARSITY LOSES 29-26. OCT. 2 QSat.J - FOOTBALL AT MCCANN, VARSITY WINS 16-12. OCT. 3 lSun.J - NGUYEN VAN THIEU IS RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF SOUTH VIETNAM. OCT. 7 CWed.J - GIRL'S FIELD HOCKEY AT ICHABOD CRANE, VARSITY TIES 0-0, J.V. TIES 0-0. OCT. 12 lTue.J - CROSS-COUNTRY WITH HOOSAC, VARSITY WINS 17- 46. OCT. 13 lWed.J - GIRL'S FIELD HOCKEY WITH CHATHAM, VARSITY LOSES 0- 2, j.V. WINS 1-0. OCT. 15 fFri.J - GIRL'S FIELD HOCKEY AT LEE, VARSITY WINS 3-1, I.V. WINS 1-0. CROSS-COUNTRY AT DRURY, VARSITY WINS 17-45, I.V. WINS 17- 45. OCT. 16 lSat.J - FOOTBALL AT PAWL- ING, VARSITY LOSES 0-19. OCT. 19 fTue.J - CROSS-COUNTRY WITH MOUNT GREYLOCK, VARSITY LOSES 48-18. OCT. 22 lFri.J - CROSS-COUNTRY WITH LENOX, VARSITY WINS 15-50. OCT. 23 fSat.J - FOOTBALL WITH VAL- LEY REGIONAL, VARSITY LOSES 12- 40. OCT. 25 1Mon.J- CROSS-COUNTRY AT WAHCONAH, VARSITY LOSES 30-25. OCT. 27 fWed.J - CROSS-COUNTRY AT MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY WINS 17-46. OCT. 28 lThur.J - GIRL'S FIELD HOCK- EY WITH LEE, VARSITY TIES 0-0, I.V. TIES 0-0. OCT. 30 QSATJ - FOOTBALL WITH MCCANN, VARSITY WINS 36-6. THE CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM FINISHES THIRD IN THE WESTERN MASSA- CHUSETTS CLASS S CHAMPION- SHIPS AT AMHERST COLLEGE. NOVEMBER NOV. 1 QMONJ - CROSS COUNTRY AGAINST LEE, VARSITY WINS 24-38. NOV. 2 fTUE.J - GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY AGAINST TACONIC HILLS, VARSITY 0-0. NOV. 3 CWEDJ - CROSS COUNTRY AGAINST HOOSAC, VARSITY 36-26. NOV. 6 ISATJ - CROSS COUNTRY STATE MEET AT BOSTON, MOUNT EVERETT PLACES 23rd. NOV. 10 IWEDJ - President Nixon unoffi- ,V ,, .-7:1---.wx RAYMOND W. TRYON CONSTRUCTION CO. Grading - Clearing -- Fill Sand - Gravel Sewer Systems Monterey, Mass. 40 528-2583 October 1971 - Community photography - Betsy Cary. 1973 AURICAN 1973 AURICAN cially begins his 1972 campaign. NOV. 13 KSAT.I - FOOTBALL AT WIN- DHAM TECH, 12-28. NOV. 15 lMON.I - Phase 2 of President Nixon's economic program begins. NOV. 17 QWEDJ - The premier of Thailand takes over absolute power and sets up a military regime. NOV. 18 QTHR.I - U.S. air power aids the Cambodian troops. NOV. 24 fWED.I - A skyjacker takes 5200, 000 and parachutes from the plane he was hijacking. Bengali troops are taking large parts of East Pakistan. NOV. 25 fTHR.I - Thanksgiving Day. The first major snowstorm of the year hits the area. Prisoners at Rahway State Prison end their rebellion. NOV. 26. QFRLI - Indian troops infiltrate Pakistan and there is heavy fighting. DECEMBER DEC. 2 fTHR.I - President Nixon and the Senate compromise on postponing the campaign financing plan until after the 1972 elections. DEC. 4 fSAT.I - COLLEGE BOARDS ARE TAKEN. DEC. 10 fFRI.I - BASKETBALL IAMBO- REE AGAINST TACONIC, 13-41. DEC. 17 QFRIJ - BASKETBALL AT GATEWAY, VARSITY 40-61, I.V. 31-56. DEC. 21 fTUE.I - BASKETBALL AGAINST GATEWAY, VARSITY 48- 60, I.V. 37-66. DEC. 22 1WED.I - BASKETBALL AT PALMER, VARSITY LOSES 40-62, I.V. LOSES 23-59. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AGAINST. LEE, VARSITY WINS 25-24, I.V. LOSES 10-29. DEC. 23 fTHR.I - THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TEA IS HELD. DEC. 25 fSAT.I - Christmas day. DEC. 28 QTUE.I - BASKETBALL AGAINST ST. IOE'S CN.A.I, VARSITY LOSES 51-57, I.V. WINS 58-54. DEC. 30 fTI'IR.I - A major snowstorm hits the area. The United States calls a halt to air strikes against North Vietnam. IANUARY IAN. 1 QSATJ - New Year's Day. IAN. 4 fTUE.I - BASKETBALL AGAINST MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY LOSES 40-71, I.V. LOSES 47-60. IAN. 5 KWEDJ - GIRLS' BASKETBALL AGAINST PITTSFIELD HIGH, VAR- SITY LOSES 29-44, I.V. WINS 8-6." IAN. 6 fTHR.I - President Nixon meets with Iapanese diplomats in California. IAN. 7 QFRLJ - BASKETBALL AGAINST LEE, VARSITY LOSES 26-89, I.V. LOS- ES 53-68. IAN. 11 fTUE.I - BASKETBALL AT GERMANTOWN, VARSITY LOSES 52- 65, I.V. LOSES 62-67. GIRLS' BASKET- BALL AGAINST LENOX. VARSITY WINS 55-181, I.V. WINS 37-13." IAN. 13 KTHRJ - Senator Hubert Hum- phrey announces his bid for the presiden- cy. IAN. 14 QFRLJ - BASKETBALL AGAINST TACONIC HILLS, VARSITY LOSES 46- 96, I.V. LOSES 37-81. GIRLS' BASKET- BALL AT MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY WINS 56-13," I.V. WINS 15- 14." IAN. 15 QSATJ - BASKETBALL AT MCCANN, VARSITY WINS 41-38", I.V. LOSSES 321543. IAN. 15 tSAT.I - King Frederik IX of Den- mark dies. IAN. 16 fSUN.I - In the Super Bowl, the Dallas Cowboys defeat the Miami Dol- phins 24-3. IAN. 17 lMON.I - GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT MT. GREYLOCK, VARSITY WINS 85-11,4 I.V. WINS 39-6."' IAN. is qTUE.j - BASKETBALL AGAINST ST. IOE'S fP.I, VARSITY LOSES 35-65, I.V. LOSES 18-74. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT PITTSFIELD, VAR- SITY LOSES 21-47, I.V. LOSES 4-32. IAN. 21 QFRLI - BASKETBALL AT LEN- OX, VARITY LOSES 40-68, I.V. LOSES 29-80. IAN. 24 tMON.I - The Supreme Court rules that residency requirements for Wel- fare recipients is unconstitutional. IAN. 25 fTUE.J - GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT LEE, VARSITY WINS 42-29", I.V. LOSES 17-22. IAN. 28 QFRLI - GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT ST. IOE'S lP.I, VARSITY WINS 40-25", I.V. LOSES 9-19. IAN. 29 fSAT.I - BASKETBALL AT TACONIC HILLS, VARSITY LOSES 56-115, I.V. LOSES 35-117. IAN. 30 fSUN.I - Thirteen people are killed in a protest in Londonderry, Northern Ire- land IAN. 31 fMON.I - The Irish Republic calls home its Ambassador to England in pro- test to the shooting of the thirteen civil- ians by British soldiers. FEBRUARY FEB. 1 QTUEI - BASKETBALL AGAINST GERMANTOWN, VARSITY LOSES 42- 80, I.V. WINS 73-723' FEB. 2 fWED.I - Irish snipers retaliate for the killings on "Bloody Sunday." FEB. 4 IFRLI - BASKETBALL AGAINST MCCANN, VARSITY LOSES 56-64, I.V. LOSES 31-44. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AT LENOX, VARSITY WINS 52-22," I.V. WINS 23-19." FEB. 8 KTUEJ - GIRLS' BASKETBALL AGAINST MT. GREYLOCK, VARSITY WINS 85-12."' FEB. 9 fWED.I - Diane Holum wins a gold medal for the U.S. in speed skating in the Winter Olympics. FEB. 10 fWED.I - Anne Henning wins a gold medal for the U.S. in speed skating in the Olympics. FEB. 11 QFRIJ - BASKETBALL AT LEE, VARSITY LOSES 49-93, I.V. LOSES 26- 69. GIRLS' BASKETBALL AGAINST MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY WINS 63-22," I.V. LOSES 9-15. Barbara Cochran wins a gold medal for the U.S. in Alpine Skiing in the Olympics. FEB. 15 CTUE.I - BASKETBALL AT MONUMENT MOUNTAIN, VARSITY LOSES 44-100, I.V. LOSES 32-63. FEB. 17 ITI-IR.I - THE LAST 1972 AURI- GAN DEADLINE. FEB. 18 IFRIJ - COUNTY PLAY-OFFS FOR BERKSHIRE COUNTY GIRLS' BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS BETWEEN PITTSFIELD AND MOUNT EVERETT. 'Mount Everett scores appear first. Ianuary 21 - Communications discussion in Crucial American Problems - class members: Bob Law, Chris Aaskov, Mark Trocchi, Dawn Samuels, Brian Rote, Dona Wheeler, Nancy Lacerra, Peter Chase, Sherry Cook. Bank . "'Wil1afYdC.1?tench A Friendly I. Cream Shop ' ' Gulotta Brothers ' I Dr.'Iohn E. Hassett I-Iayloft'Gallery High Fidelity Cable Television Holden and Stone of the Berkshires, Inc. George I. Kisselbrock, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lancome Carrie W. Leach Ledgehurst Antiques Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Malrxati Mencuccinis Supermarket Mr. and Mrs. William F. Milligan Bob Oldfield Ridgeview Motor Court 41 E.M. Ryder, Inc. Whitney's Auto Body Ab, to curriculum ART CURRICULUM Q9-121 ART I- SIMANEK ART II - SIMANEK ARTSXCRAFTS - SIMANEK ADVANCED ART - SIMANEK wheel pottery 19-123' hand built pottery Q9-125' glazing Q9-121' clay sculpture Q9-121' wood sculpture 19-121' wire sculpture 19-12j" fire brick sculpture Q9-121' paper sculpture Q9-121' Paris craft Q9-121' paper mache Q9-12.j" watercolor painting Q9-121' acrilic painting Q9-121' pencil drawing Q9-125' pastels Q9-121' India ink Q9-125' charcoal drawing Q9-12J" silk screen printing Q9-121' linoleum block printing C9-123' wood block printing Q9-121' lithographing Q9-121' wall and window murals Q9-121' metal enameling Q9-125' origami Q9-121' macrame Q9-123' oil painting Q9-125' 'all aspects optional 65316655 Wlh tart T .1 -l'1 V" ' w VA' ,Ad We ZZ-LQFQWMJ m 'liadwg BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE CURRICULM 1121 PREISSXPOTTLEXCONSOLATI the science of society human groups cultural variations cultural values and social control the individual and his personality satisfying psychosocial needs collective behavior social processes communication social class system social institutions the family demography gerontology urbanizations minority groups crime conservation heredity and environment development of behavior understanding personality intelligence the adolescent in America learning adjustment to social environment mental illness and retardation behavior of groups anthropology 1 ff . ,R , f A 1 Pda ' V41 1 41 f sys' jill Lipsky - pottery 3' yi J iii: il T 4 74 Dick Sellew - Behavioral Science experiment BUSINESS EDUCATION CURRICULUM 19-121 ENGLISH CURRICULUM - literary I GENERAL BUSINESS - COHEN SHORTHAND I-II - CHAREST BOOKKEEPING I-II - COHEN TYPING I-ll - CHAREST PERSONAL TYPING - PEDERSEN - filing - business machines - legal documents - insurance - business principles - stock market survey - business communications - bookkeeping cycle - income statements - balance sheets - capital statements - adjusting and closing entries - closing ledgers - closing trial balance - payrolls - depreciation on fixed assets - bad debt evaluation - sales tax - corporation accounting - income tax determination - principles of shorthand - dictation - transcription - punctuation - spelling rules - keyboard - business letters - tabulations - rough drafts - reports - manuscripts - personal letters - postcards - statistical typing - invoices - purchase orders - telegrams - bills ENGLISH I-V - BROLLlfDAVlSfRl'lOADES CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN LITERATURE - DAVIS A Tale of Two Cities 1121 Pride and Prejudice 1121 The Secret Sharer 1121 The Return of the Native 1121 The House of the Seven Gables 1121 The Scarlet Letter 1111 Inherit the Wind 1111 Cimarron 1111 Benito Cereno 1111 A Single Pebble 1111 Lost Horizon 1121 Caesar and Cleopatra 1121 Wuthering Heights 1121 The Odyssey 1101 Silas Marner1101 When the Legends Die 1101 Hamlet 1111 Julius Caesar 1101 Macbeth 1121 Romeo and Juliet 1101 The Red Badge of Courage 1111 The King and I 1101 jane Eyre 1101 Murder in the Cathedral 1121 The Pearl 1101 Great Expectations 191 Animal Farm 191 Les Miserables 191 Martian Chronicles 191 The Old Man and the Sea 1CAL1 The Skin of Our Teeth 1CAL1 Our Town 1111 All My Sons 1CAL1 Drums Along the Mohawk 1CAL1 Arrowsmith 1CAL1 East of Eden 1CAL1 Fahrenheit 451 1CAL1 The Bridge of San Luis Rey 1V1 Cry, the Beloved Country 1V1 Q fafffww I rf! ' ' 4 Susan Law - typing Anne Martin - English II with Mrs. Brolli 1curriculum continued5 - good grooming 175 personal appearance 175 color effects on appearances 175 sewing 17-125 - knitting 17-125 crocheting17-125 - embroidery 17-125 hand craft17-125 responsibilities of a babysitter 17-85 schedules for children 17-85 safety problems of babysitters 17-85 .. planning a child's menu 17-85 games for problem children 17-85 basic nutrition 17-125 planning meals 17-125 cooking balanced meals 17-125 planning teas 175 serving luncheons 185 serving dinners 19-125 interior decorating of bedrooms 185 color for rooms 185 floor plans 185 rearranging furniture 185 inexpensive improvements 185 house plans 19-125 history of funiture 19-125 child care 19-125 child development 19-125 nursery schools 19-125 kindergartens 19-125 food service 19-125 HOME ECONOMICS CURRICULM 19-125 - BRIGHAM FOREIGN LANGUAGE CURRICULUM 19 12, FRENCH I-IV - HAWESXPERONXSTONE SPANISH I-II - PERON introduction to writing 17-85 dialogues 17-85 grammar 17-125 reading and speaking 195 Parler et Lire 1105 Le Petit Prince 1105 Au Pays du Soleil 1105 Lire, Parler, et Ecrire 1105 survey of French literature 111-125 advanced French grammar 111 Entender y Hablar 19- 1 25 Workbook 19-125 Hablar y Leer 110-125 South to Mexico 110-125 Cuentos Alegres 110-125 M mg Ill ma -125 me Laura CarSOnT dressmaking francis Sullivan, Kathie Tryon, Steve Phillips Mr Peron Spanish l. 44 MATH CURRICULUM 19-121 MUSIC CURRICULUM ALGEBRA I-II - DUNHAMXRASKIND PLANE GEOMETRY - DUNHAM ILLINOIS MATH II-III - DUNHAM MATH IV - TROCCHI ADVANCED MATH - RASKIND - axioms of closure and equality 191 - communitive and associative axioms 191 - distributive axiom 191 - absolute value 191 - intersection and union of sets 191 - polynomials 191 - graphing functions and relations 191 - slopes 191 - rational and irrational numbers 191 - inequalities 191 - induction 1101 - deduction 1101 - geometric axioms 1101 - pythagorean theorem 1101 - arcs 1101 - distance theorem 1101 - proofs 1101 - coordinate geometry 1101 - greatest common factor 1111 - least common multiple 1111 -- complex fractions 1111 - radicals 1111 - parabolas1111 - el1ipses1111 - common logarithms 1111 - trigonometry 111-121 - fundamental theorem 1121 - hypothesis testing 1121 - binomial theorem 1121 - analytic preparation 1121 - limits 1121 - integration 1121 - definite integral 1121 - determinants 1121 - analytic geometry 1121 - slide rule 19-121 GENERAL MUSIC - WARTELLA MUSIC THEORY - WARTELLA notation key signatures choral music survey of composers opera operetta elementary compositon musical comedy American folk music overtures concert tone time elements melody harmony and tonality dynamics vocal mediums instrumental mediums themefunityfvariety X Way... I , mia .X Mr. Dunham - period 5 geometry Mr. Wartella - beyond music theory 45 lcurriculum continuedl OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM Q9-121 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 17-121 ENCLISHXSOCIAL STUDIES - STORTIXCAUTHIER BOYS - HALLIDAYXSEAVEY MATWSCIENCE 7 bl l N GIRLS - BEAUMONTXSCHOONMAKER MAINTENANCE SERVICE - DoYIEfSH1IvIINSKI - basketball COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - SHIMINSKI , football BUILDING STRUCTURES - SELLEW E abbbal W The People Next Door - baseball - Mr. and Mrs. Bolo lones - wrestling - House of Tomorrow - track and field - A Slipping Down Life - volleyball - Arsenic and Old Lace - Softball - To Kill A Mockingbird - fable tennis - Red Sky at Morning - handball - The Learning Tree - field hockey - Social Structures - archery - independence - speedball - human relations - badminton - conversation - gymnastics - problems of loneliness - anatomy - drugs - first aid - alcohol - Sensible eating - education and opportunity - povertyfaffluence - voices of dissent - cities in crisis - prejudice and discrimination - violence - extremists - youth culture - generation gap - inclined planes - angle forces - accleration - pythagorean theorem - geometric functions - applied metrics - algebra - metal fatique - woods - conservation practices - injuries - first aid - surveying - power transition IAFNZUW 1 A ' ' ' ,,..4- C .af--4' 592 S X 1 , 1 Sue I-Ianlcey, lim Johnston - Room 21, academic center for Occ. 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SCIENCE CURRICULUM 19-121 SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM 19-121 SENIOR SCIENCE CHEMISTRY - ELINE SENIOR SCIENCE BIOLOGY - KELLEY SENIOR SCIENCE PHYSICS - OLEEN BIO-CHEMISTRY - ELINEXKELLEY GENERAL CHEMISTRY - ELINE GENERAL BIOLOGY - KELLEY COLLEGE PREP PHYSICS - OLEEN PRACTICAL PHYSICS - OLEEN - histology 1121 - muscular anatomy 1121 - circulatory anatomy 1121 -general anatomy 19-121 - reproduction 19-101 - digestion 19-101 - respiration 19-101 - ingestion 19-101 - circulation 19-101 - titration 19-101 - equilibrium 19-101 - calorimeter 1121 - concentration 19-101 - radioactivity 1121 - p-h meters 19-121 - polar graph 1121 - rates of reaction 19-101 - thermo-dynamic concepts 19-121 - acid and base theories 19-121 - atomic theory 19-121 - electro-chemistry 19-121 - organic lab process 1121 - matter and energy concepts 1111 - mechanical concepts 1111 - heat concepts 1111 - electricity concepts 1111 - sound concepts 1111 - atomic structure 1111 -linear air track 1111 - acceleration 1111 - harmonic motion 1111 - air table 1111 - centrifugal forces 1111 - Van de Graf generator 1111 - oscilloscope 1111 - history of physics 1121 Gail MacKenzie, Donna Salisbury, Iulie Markham - chemistry experiment. CRUCIAL AMERICAN PROBLEMS - HERLIHY CIVICS - RUTSTEIN ECONOMICS - GAUTHIER U. S. HISTORY - RUTSTEIN WORLD HISTORY - HERLIHY political systems - economic systems - supply and demand - businessfgovernment - gross national product - income analysis - production theory - stock market - minority groups - labor groups - the West - reconstruction of the South - the Depression - crime and criminals - prejudice and discrimination - narcotics - povertyfaffluence - problems of cities - propagandafpollsfpublic opinion - education and opportunity foreign policy classical heritage Medieval society the Renaissance the Reformation governmental evolution economic evolution the French Revolution nationalism modern war and peace totaIitarianismfNazism , J, ra w ! j ' ,WWW Wm Mr. Herlihy - Dangerous Parellels in world history. occupational education K 1 ff Y- A - V I. . . to 1 gt 1 , . V 4qg4gyg312ig.5. ,,..,,,,,f T T 5 , , , ,,,..m gy. N -f 2 f f' Q ami.,-'fri Weis! -,414 Q , as-gm.,ga,-5-fg,,X,2ff-.,.,,. .p g . . 3, if f , The occupational educational program con sists of three main courses: maintenance serv ice, building structures, and business educa- tion. Mr. Shiminski supervises the entire pro- . gram. Teachers of the three departments are 5 Mr. Sellew, Mr. Doyle, Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. Storti, Mrs. Brigham, Miss Charest, Mr. Mi chael, Mr. Rutledge, Mr. Gauthier, and Mr. Consolati. This program provides an alternative pro gram to students who are not interested in col- lege preparatory courses. It gives students in the program a wide choice of opportunities for the future. Some of the skills which are taught are sur- veying, carpentry, secretarial, clerical, me- chanical, and electrical. Two projects associat- ed with the teaching of these skills this year have been the remodeling of the North Egre- mont school and the construction of the sixth building structures house. Also, twenty-one students visited Valcourt, Quebec, to observe the manufacturing process of Ski-doo snow- mobiles. Occupational Education has proven to be a success at Mount Everett. The program gives students a chance for a meaningful education, and has effectively decreased the drop-out rate among Mount Everett students. -fb 6 Big Bend Morgans The Egremont Package Store 111 Mr. Shiminski - Supervisorg Q21 Wendy Carlson - Business Edu- cationp 131 Mr. Doyle - Maintenance Supervisor, Roger Tryon - Maintenance, Q41 North Egremont School - Maintenance Program Q51 House Project V-Building Structures, Q62 STANDING: M. Notti B. Race, S. Bangs, R. Funk, F. Montgomery, W. Hewins, S. Smith, Mr. U A .77 A f 1 21. Y " W W,"1'Qw"ff' .-vizipizr. '-'- A --'- - ,. Q 5 f -g, f .M f 1.-. 2 aw y Na, 235i W... Z ' f'z5se1I22sg..: ' V 7. ,... Y.: B As.. Sellewg SITTING: A. Pixley, I, Bynack, D. Kiclcery, R. Stanton, I. Hutchins, D. Van Deusenp Q71 John Hanlcey - North Egremont School, Q81 Anita Hutchins, Mrs. Cohen, Holly Delmolino - working on a filing project. fx ' f ,, 1. . f l'.z:?f - .5 f Tiff" ff wwe 1 " f f 4' ff! 0 I , . .ff 'X fl if . li: , '--' 1. Q f ' - Z -'....,..-.,,N...,4w .!m"f'-W-f.. f 21.11 ". .... WY: aff: sg, t ..,. , Ma ,, ,. ww i ' 1" :fri 5 f T541 , W . f .2 . at-f-, we ' ,- , I 1 2. GI.- V'f WM' vrrvl I ,Q Q Q. yi avwwsqfvwri M.w-Us , it .ff 1 , , f GN AWWA WK? AYLOR MT. EVERETT LUMBER INC. Sheffield, Mass. ' 1 I ',,.. Nh, yi .., , js s 3 is , T W. -Q Ibn' Q- q, f s . M - ,Q C2529 . 1 - ' ' 'fair' i ' - - ' W 9 ff Nr' H. if 5 f l l A " Q S f ' W f f Q-a,.1v,, ,, A ABOVE: Senior Play Director Ted Simanek, assistant directors, and cast between acts of All My Sons - involving a "blown-down" me- morial tree with Keller and neighbor-kid Bert - the mother, Kate Kell- er - the idealistic son, Chris, with brother Larry's ex-girl friend, Ann Deever - prolific neighbor Lydia Lubey - Sue-I-know-things-aboub Ioe-Keller-Bayliss with Ann - Chris with a notion that he has a right to marry his dead brother's girl - Ann's brother, George, disillusioned after a visit with his imprisoned father, attempting to step between Chris and Ann - and Mother Kate, consoled by Dr. jim Bayliss, awaiting the inevitable, tragic end. , , .Q .f f F ffsgns L' Tic ,J , V: i . - --.- ' ' 3-5 my , W xl -.tj-Yen I 'K 2394, Aff? 3'1" 'ff , j ,aa kNN"C"5 fy f cs, ,, V!! f W W fn V , ,, VMA , ,M C ' ,W 7 ,,..,. .,., -"'A-1, x. Q .. ,GJ V ,ff , A., 4 rf ,,,, 1 ,ga 5 I - ,' X F ,,,,, e V , i X i w W 'Y -fav ff , 5 'Q 1 1 13,3224 , X r .1 g X Zia fy , f A Y tj " t 1 H ' 'Qi' . X r , ' ff z 'fm '2 i 4' 1+ 2 Q .,: , ,Q I MT l 1 a l A 4 'wma -mifffv? w X A N Joe Keller . . Kate Keller . . Chris Keller . . Ann Deever .... C-eorge Deever . . Dr. jim Bayliss . . Sue Bayliss . . Frank Lubey . . . Lydia Lubey . . Bert ....... . ..... David Irvine . Madeleine Robins . . Stanley Collins . . . . Emelyn Harp . . . Eugene Phillips . . David Campbell . . . Deborah Dinan . . . . PaulThorn .......PatDeVoti . . Lucie Cappadona ,W , fi 'Q ,WN ' wr ' , AZ! ,,.Ws,, is Y W' 5 . , f , E gms i 1 5 ' fgd fly v,,, ,M , Production Staff Mr. Ted Simanek-Directorp Jack Anderson, Louise Antony-Assistant Directorsp Jane Schoenfeld-Sce- neryg Renate Liebsch, Michele Tolvo-Costurnesg Ren- ate Liebsch, Michele Tolvo, Airlie Wheeler-Make-upp jack Anderson, David Irvine-Propsp Patrick Moore- Lightingp jack Anderson, Michele Tolvo-Prornptersg Donna Brallier, Betsy Cary, Cheryl Hewins, Nancy Lacerra. 51 l'OIl1 f .O I, X ' 1 .'.',, Ak , r 1971 Prom Committee: STANDING: Kathy Mielke, Paul Milligan, Rex Iudkins, Karl Cumblad, BOBBY LAW - CO-CI-IAIR- MAN, Susan Martin, KNEELING: Sherry Candee, Judy Marion, Sharon Ryder, Gerry Benjamin, Deborah Lewis, SITTING: Dona Wheeler, Kathy Bryne, IILL LIPSKY - CO- CHAIRMAN. graduation The Class of 1971 graduated on June 4, the earliest graduation on record at Mount Everett. This cere- mony was also the first to take place outdoors. In the dark of the night before graduation, the Sen- iors bequeathed a set of Super Cluck tracks and a Super Cluck egg to the school. Pictures right: Super Cluck tracks, egg, and outdoor graduation. 52 i I - The Junior-Senior Prom of 1971, "Color My World," was held on May 15 at the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge. The elegant setting and the music provided by The Preview helped to produce one of Mount Everett's more successful proms. 1 , 4 C .M J t X X, N 7 Q 4 LK ,,, at L L S c is is-.-sas-Q A A 'ft 5 " s my A fi s fig' 'N ,W,?b11 - , A 4 "' " A M N vt? " ? 4 ii L 1 :,, 'f .51 AN r 5. 4' fb, x WW 3 5 RN 'Nix' v, wwlhm le 'ff 2 .. M-. A ff : wfwffw- M .""it?:t""'ig?'X22:?i:'? iifiinw' 5 - Above center: Seniors Julie MacDonald and Martha Shuts-a dance with escorts. Above: 1971 Prom Queen and Court: Gretchen Bower, Martha Shuts, Stacey Brandt, Queen Lucie Cappaclona, Debra Gregory, Betsy Whisenant, Renate Liebsch. ae, in G-1 A tm SLM L. .S 'X A I 3 avg.: .'?'1m-e'fi2f'f"ff'? . ill i swam: 11' N' W ' ' ' 3 V X Picture above: Mr. TI'OCCl'11 awards scholarships. Other ceremony par 3 :Q ticipants: Reverend Briggs, Mr. Salzmann, and Father Sullivan - . I . llW"'1 T 3-,QM W H ' SLIIIIIIIEI' Insulation installation--Kenneth Fish ff 2 W 3 3. 'U I 2 N E nl :xx g Nl 'i 4 e ,MX My HOW '. K - , 4 1 , Finishing touches on the Conservation Stud Steven Phillips. y Center A break from roof repair - Steve Shmulsky 2 f , fy ffw, AM ,,f, ff ,,, f H, JC' 6, fff ff M6 . X f 'ff ff ffm maff Ng f M f" X f " ef f f ,yfff ff ,A ,gf ,Q ,f 1,7 ,ff ,f f ,, , ,f ' f f W wa' ,MW 'wf ,Q af 'f ff My ' t?ieg1fQc5ffp Ye peiiriftfg ziiewflraiixage 4dQtoHhg:1 ikieiyiffg Chr dr12W i11 11 iOf Wf- fie1dg am-1 mainw fmd Sfair ffim w2S iHS fHi1edf painft fo1fthe46afeteg ia. XX fof .the fSLlIIiII1Qf1','W OIk- was ,.9 upef rvi SQdfby ,kinder f the Vdi1:fl6cti or1 Of Mn fwziia ei?bQ1:6ii oh the Cbngifif 'dffffthez Qscfiiocil grounds: 'high in Gffiti Q, ac tin 5, eC rfetariQs and doing jobs such asfanswep- te:IZ4Sph6ryei4Q gr1d gyp1ng memo? 7 , f xv f :y ,f ' 1' Q ' X ,,, , ,,,, , ,, 4, X summer bench. W- Dale J? activities 5. if L if vi 4321, ,. ec?- ,ff-1 I K. ,r ' 29 49 . 4 .,,..ff Q. arp' ' I '-11.3 . . ' ,N N-,. ,.r'f,9 ., '-J -,3.. .. " ,, .,, , 5... v, ur. .- . K ,. 1 Q K 1 ' i -E. K, ., gr, 11,-. ,. V s 1-.H . ' wc- S 3 fx 3 Ba ,J 3 J xi vs is A If I , at Pk. aft' r f J .I .W if . . - uf' N ., if ,-1"'-uf , W ,Few '-'.. 'AA , ' ' ' fxfw ' , F V .1 -W?" v. . - v - i , , 4- i . , t: , , ' .,. it I - V. A xx Y P- , if I 4' fn P 'i,'.- ':- ' - 1 'Q i, . N .fb '17 , .. - f 't ' , ., iii A ' in 1 2 5. .-1:-A Y ' +1 f - 53 'gf ' J I ' STUDENT COUNCIL: Laura Grun- feld, Joe Merola, Judy Maloney, MR. GAUTHIER - ADVISOR, ROBIN SCHOONMAKER - PRESIDENT, SHARON RYDER - VICE PRESI- DENT, SUSAN WHISENANT - SECRETARY, PAUL MILLIGAN - TREASURER, Kathy MacDonald, Sharon Arzt, Patricia Salzmann. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Michelle Ives, Annemarie Eggenberger, Sharon Arzt, Jo-Anne Real, Regina Silk, Donald Peck, James Coffman, MRS. Rl-IOADES - ADVISOR, GIL- BERT MALNATI - PRESIDENT, JUDY MARION - SECRETARY, SHARON RYDER - TREASURER. Paul Milligan, David I-Iastedt, Nancy Malnati, Karen Ryder, Deborah Milli- gan, Dona Wheeler, Dawn Samuelsg ABSENTEE: Jeffrey Stover. HALL MONITORS: STANDING: Thomas Packlick, Tony Ullrich, Mark Trocchi, Bob Law, Joseph Carr, Bryan Rote, Doug Lyman, George Martin, Timothy Briggs fnon-memberh, Paul Milligan, David I-lastedt, Bob Freder- ick, Gilbert Malnati, Pete Chase, Glen Bower fnon-memberjg KNEELING: Brian Real, Jay Amidon, Francis Sulli- vang ABSENTEES: Chris Beattie, Fred Moore, Tim Bush, Duane Moulton, Steve Morris, Neil Lidstone, Dan DuVall, Dan Miller. Student Council: Advisor - Mr. Gauthier The Student Council is responsible for voicing the students' opinions, criticisms, and com- plaints to the Administration. The Student Council has worked toward an elimination of final exams for those students who qualify under the guidelines, has assisted in drawing up the Open Campus program, has opened the gym on Friday nights for those students wish- ing to play basketball, volleyball, or ping- pong, and has organized the Save the Children Federation program for this school. National Honor Society: Advisor - Mrs. Rhoades Students who have a scholastic average above 85 and have demonstrated qualities of leader- ship, service, and character belong to the Na- tional Honor Society. The Society is responsi- ble for the book store and the annual trip to the Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Con- necticut. Members also act as guides during Open House. Hall Monitors: Each Hall Monitor has a station in the corridor where he is to keep order when students are passing to and from classes. Hall Monitors also control passage to assemblies. "Non- members" sneak out of classes early to talk to members and either block or inhibit passage in corridors. Student Tutors: The Student Tutor program has been expand- ed this year to more fully encompass both Sheffield Center and Mount Everett. This program provides the opportunity for stu- dents to receive extra help, mainly in language arts and French. Upperclassman student tu- tors are Donna Brallier, Pat Cassidy, James Coffman, Kathy Mielke, Steve Morris, Rich- ard Sellew, Gerry Benjamin, Deborah Lewis, Scott MacKenzie, David Paul, Robin Schoon- maker, Ruth Carter, Sherry Cook, Jenny Mer- ritt, Mark Trocchi, Paul Milligan, julie Edel- man, Saron Arzt, Lee Decker, Marybeth Madi- son, Dominick Dombrowski, Tim Fink, Laura Grunfeld, Douglas Kaller, Debbie Milligan, Annemarie Eggenberger. Student Leaders: Student leaders are upperclassmen who aid gym teachers during physical education class- es. Students participating in this program are Dianne Cartinelli, Kathy MacDonald, Melissa Scholz, Elizabeth Tryon, Debra Boardman, Eleanor McDonald, Polly Cary, Sandy Wilcox, Cindy Williams, Cathy Kirchner, Jil- laine Patch, Io-Anne Real, Susan Bynack, Dale Ienssen, Melissa Hinman, Jean Koneazny, Susan Martin, Kathryn Frengs, Dawn Agar, Regina Silk, Robin Schoonmaker. Lunchroom Aides: Lunchroom aides clean-up the cafeterias be- tween the three lunch shifts. Lunchroom aides are David Dempsey, Brian Kelly, Michael Har- rigan, Mark Van Horn. Driver Education: Advisor - Mr. Menin Driver Education prepares students for the Massachusetts Registry road test. It consists of thirty hours of classroom work, six hours of driving, and six hours of observation. Chess Club: Advisor - Mr. Davis The operating format for Chess Club was redesigned this year, and students can play during a free period, after school, or even out- side of school. Games are recorded on notation sheets, and wins and losses are tabulated for "junior" and "senior" league members. Chess Club members include Valerie Glanville, Geor- gia Rood, George Doyle, Paul Pedersen, Tim Fink, Dan Miller, Laura Grunfeld, john Peder- sen Qjunior leaguejp Scott MacKenzie, Bob Frederick, Ted Schiffman, Lyman Thomson, Steve Morris, Peter Shuts, Tom Packlick, Mark Trocchi, Jeff Stover fsenior leaguej. German Club: Advisor - Mrs. Preiss The purpose of the German Club is to give students a basic understanding of the German language and culture-and provide an oppor- tunity to practice conversational German. Club members are Aileen Barth, Diane Frata- lone, Barbara Haecker, Karen Hyatt, Blanche Goewey, Celia Gaarn, Roxanne DeVoss. Opera Club: Advisor - Mrs. Chapman Opera Club exposes students to the enjoy- ment of opera. Members have gone to the Metropolitan Opera House this year. Partici- pating students are Bob Frederick, Doug Kal- lar, Bruce Burns, Karen Frederick. Girls' Sports: Advisor - Miss Beaumont Girls' Sports consists of seventh and eighth grade girls interested in participating in sports outside of physical education class. This group meets once a week at 2:35 P.M. Iudo Club: Advisor - Mr. Menin judo offers knowledge of self-defense. judo members are Iames Collingwood, Barb Haeck- er, julie Markham, jenny Merritt, Wendy Carlson, George Warner, Ruth Carter, Jim Roots, Laurie Delmolino. HARPER? REXALL PHARMACY, INC. 311 Main St. Gt.fBarrington, Mass. l,, '5Z8-0201 SHEFFIELD POTTERY Sheffieid, Mass, 229-7700 ' ' Quality-Service FRIED CLEANERS Gt. Barrington, Mass. 528-0178 RAYMOND W. TRYON CONSTRUCTION CO. Grading - Clearing - Fill Sand and Gravel Sewer Systems Monterey, Mass. 528-2583 F ROADSIDE sroizr Groceries-Esso Gas and Oil Snack-Bar Monterey, Mass. 528-2633 1971-1972 STUDENT COUNCIL Mount Everett Regional High School Sheffield, Mass. BERKSHIRE HILLS NURSING HOME Route 23 Monterey, Mass. CORASHIRE REALTY Star Route Z6-2 Gt. Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0014 M .5-Q ,H in up 4. S. .Br -il W Sm.. 58 -makin da 1 l I J nl foreign exchange Mount Everett has been partici- pating in the International Fellow- ship Student Exchange program for eight years. This year Silvia Valla- dares from Quezaltenango, Guate- mala, and Enrique Serazzi from Monterrey, Mexico, are spending an academic year at Mount Everett. Their free time is spent sight- seeing and learning about New England and its people. Silvia has completed eleventh grade and will complete her second year of bilingual secretarial school this year. Her extra-curricular ac- tivities have included being presi- dent of her class, playing basket- ball, and belonging to an artistic group. The educational system in Mexi- co stresses technical skills. Enrique attends a private boys' school of about one thousand students. His classes consist of math, Spanish, physics, chemistry, gym, history, and art. Enrique, who serves as sec- retary to his school, enjoys tennis swimming, football, and soccer. I E' coMPAss CONSTRUCTION T CORP. Building Contractors Residential and Commercial Excavating and Grading 22. Elm St. Gt. Barrington, Mass. 528-3228 C. A. LINDELI. AND SON, INC. c T 'Farm and industrial Macinery y Sales and Service it Building Materials and Fuel Oil if T Canaan, Conn. MACY'S GARAGE Main St. Sheffield, Mass. LEADER DEPARTMENT STORE T Top 20 Tunes-45 R. P. M. Latest Record Albums Route 44 Canaan, Conn. , , WHEELER'S MUSICAL 4' INSTRUMENT REPAIR Kevin S. Wheeler Prospect Lake Rd. North Egremont, Mass. 528-2714 KAUTTU'S PHARMACY Main St. Canaan, Conn. TA 4-5696 BERKSHIRE REALTY AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Alford, Mass. ANN LOUISE SHOP Ct. Barrington, Mass. art Mr. Simanek and Pia Salzmann-art and a mat- ter of drama. SSW' ,r 'YYSIMANEK HHH ii pl 11- 'io .I-i calls I N Q .: , ',y-l- V qvv zzl ',AA 1 I ' -5 I' A , , www- I1 C Q ff W 12 sn 1.2 M AN N ,, MMy,,,f' 0 H1 U S 1C Mr. Wartella-Memorial Day Parade if rf 'S' -ug, ' x W M Q35 .-ffm sg wi, ixmq, r. N..,.. . lfgfrgu - 1- ., A,-Y au '- vs,.x ' 'r .M 35" if UBI, , J' , ii: M37 . ,-1 153-'E ai . . , ,, .rg , 4 . X mg. ,V M jf 60 SHEPPIELD PHARMACY . . 4 - - 1,' ,'4.:. ," '- r 'f'.- - T-rg ' . . . , -1 1 '. . ... r. I ,"5'!'7H'3'f"qftg'h' 4. 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' 1' . ,, LM an ,1.-:U ' --1 3' WW dxf J y ' Qt n R' 5 ,L ,. , ' 55 rr' Q ' ., aww, 'p lk BELOW: Regina Silk-majoretteg Clayton Trag, Jim Roots, Dana Barnum, Gilbert Malnati, Lee Ann Deming-percussion, Teresa Cho- quette, Doreen Gurka, Jeanne Malnati, Julie Markham, Cindy Wil- liams, Donna Salisbury, Karen Ryder, Nancy Malnati, William Thorn, Stephen Hastedt, Priscilla Malnati, Debby Dellert, Teresa Love, jane Crawford, Julie Burns, Kimberly Williams, Lori Guerra, Ann Turner, Deborah Milligan, Io-Anne Real, Elaine Martin-Woodwinds. ,f'.'4 , U ' ' h,,f..',5 f rx,-' HW . -'l . f fi, ,'a. ,, fwzf, ,',gLf',1 2' 'ff-f?l"f.w'fW,f'-flfkf, s if "H '- . ', 4 L 'G :ff . , fa , Q f f a -Mg.-f f42'C-91' 1 1'-f'-I , ' f '. W 4::',g1',- , f lil' .- , ,. , . , ,, 4 -44 , iw ia"-,A , ,I gm, fm, r -J' V arent .-my if-7-4Mg,,.5. ' ,-w 5 1 1-f'f"??., 'X '.,41.f- 9,2 ' 'Q , "7 , , nw, "M f"- 'r, Ng Qigfff 'A QW' .fir ,l,A,'w,, ,.: MM, -. 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ABSENTEES: Donald Kickery, Diane Salisbury, Chris Chase, Ricky Hall, Cathy Chapin, Theodora Chase, David Dempsey, Michael Harrigan, Karen Merritt, Geoffrey Piper, Mary jane Stevens, George Ullrich, Susan Whisenant, Duane Moulton, Judy Marion. 3. F x K "LY , it In 1 . v - 1 I 1 " - N-,C ' ' .. , , - . -- '41, -' 1 ,fm -, 'Q - f, 1 1- .1 fs 3, . 1. ,. ., . , , 1 . . , i- ' Y My f f .'- ' ' 1 .nw QQ 1 v, ,.- J, V .q , . . A - i , ,Q .., I+ ,I , ,, ' H' .1 " 1 41 W A Zin N 177,95 1-rg'-3-,M 5, tl -A ni: . -3, x V, , xg,i,,1ffii1e1.-,fffgafffs Q 4 1 - -, ,r 1 X , I fri? pigiisx ., '- ilk! J J Q 62 CUSTOM EXTRUSION, INC. 31 EZTQO Q 54535 Nfl DAC-HR. Three afternoons a week, sixty students, grades seven through twelve, gather to form the Mount Everett Concert Band. Conducted by Mr. Wartella, the concert band rehearses music ranging from lively marches to light classics. This band participates annually in the pops concerts, arts festivals, commence- ment ceremonies at Mount Everett, and the arts festival at Monument Mountain High School. It also per- forms for an audience at the Great Barrington Nursing Home. A few of the more accomplished members represent the school in the All- County Band. Prom the concert band, sub-organizations are formed. They are the marching AURIGAN'S FIRST ART COMPETITION: Art classes under Mr. Simanek have been displaying fin the showcase window next to Room 11D some very well-executed works by student artists. It was decided, for the 1972 AURIGAN, that a1type of art work, stress- ing design and executed in accordance with reproduction specifications, would be fea- tured in this art section. Then it was decided that a yearbook art competition could be easily incorporated. A grand prize, a 1972 AURIGAN, would be awarded for the "best" design. From a collection of approximately 900 drawings executed by students in grades ten, eleven, and twelve, twenty that met de- sign criteria "best" were selected and ren- dered for reproduction. Then a team of four "unbiased" judges were directed to choose, and place in rank order, three "ultra-best" designs. We feel that all the designs presented here deserve "awards," but the judges liked espe- cially the designs by Clem Robins ffor the dramatic shadowl, by d'Arcy Ries Cfor free- dom and abandonj, by julie Edelman ffor "literal" representationj, by Gerry Benjamin ffor dynamic movementj, by Geoffrey Piper ffor primitive effectj, by Mr. Simanek tfor graceful simplicityj, and by Betsy Cary ffor anatomical imaginationj. Pat Cassidy's snow plus snow, admired by the judges for its elegant simplicity of concept, was named winner of the 1972 AURIGAN Art Competition's "grand prize." Thereafter, her "snow plus .. . " was selected by the editors to become the cover design for this yearbook. band, the stage band, and the var- ious pep bands. The marching band performs halftime shows at foot- ball games, including a one night show in Madison, Connecticut, and participates in many parades throughout the year-including the annual Halloween parade in Great Barrington, the four Memorial Day parades in the Southern Berkshire Regional School District, and the annual Laurel Festival parade. The pep band helps with cheering at the football, basketball, and baseball games at the school pep rallies. Of- ficers: Paul Milligan-president, Geoffrey Piper-vice-president, Jo- Anne Real-secreatary-treasurer. A THE HOME CAS CORPORATION candids Peter Newey 1 af? ,W W . :vi .'v M- . fp. v ff' VY3. ' 2' 3:i'F'?'2 1 x ugh 1 ic. Q-'f M5 if K 1 F r 31 :Q f Y s, 1 'af Q' ,f , .55 1 M 4 . VCX' , f V33 '-5 A Q I ik M M: 5 Q :iff .3 gf , Q , 2 if f , , fx f ik 2 ff 22 A H wiki' M ' il' 4? 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Betsy Terwilligep- 121!z -- semester grades, A's in all graded' courses. f W 44 X Q f .IVV fm N. , ..:.-.M - ,ff y , , A P N David Edelman - 15 - participates in basketball, band, and student council. baseball . . ..,1,,.- , I 1971 Baseball Schedule - Varsity April 16 April 19 April 20 April 22 April 26 April 30 May 3 May 7 May 12 May 14 May 17 May 19 May 24 May 2.6 May 28 1971 Baseball Schedule April 19 The 1971 varsity baseball team had a 4 - 11 record and the junior Apfll Z0 varsity team had a 2 - 13 record. Most of the games were played with QPU: 32 local teams in Berkshire County. Although the season was not a great Prl 7 . . . . , . April 30 one, It did bring some excitement when the team s captain, John Cook, May 5 was signed on by the Houston Astros organization. John, having May 7 earned the 1971tearn's highest batting average 1.45OJ, was named the May 10 most valuable player. Jay Amidon received the most improved player May 11 award. 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Ja A ,. , A is ,V Y I a ff' f M ,xg " A , W, fy, i If ,, ' ff . fp' sz'-2 fg ' - x , We -1' ,A ,A 1 f A , ff, , yy! , New if 5 'A J M252 It' X 'LV f f , f 1 'N , . ,,,.,f:,fW' Q . 47 flfwtv f M cr:ffyf4i'W!WmZg?,eW,fA, L Q t of at I 4, ,cy !W, ,,f , f I ,KA 51 7 .W Y if if . - f ' ,f A 1 , ,L,A,, f , ,.-Mgr, W' 'I 'aff a 1 A' A M I f ' f I vwf f VARSITY BASEBALL BACK ROW Ieff Barth lmgr.j COACH GAUTHIER Pat Moore Qmgr.j Tom Sullivan Cass t mgr.j' THIRD ROW: Richard Hardisty fleft fieldj, Bill Gulotta lcenter fieldj, Peter Chase fright fieldj, Matt Clark fleft fieldj, SECOND ROW: Barry Ball lcatcherj, King Hunt tfirst basej, Mark Trocchi lsecond basej, JOHN COOK - CAPTAIN fshortstopj Dennis Buckley lpitchery, jay Amidon fthird basej, Steve Phillips fpitcherj, David Dempsey lpitcherj, Jim Small tpitcherj, Rick Hall lpitcherj. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL: STANDING - Bob Patterson, Andy Bangs, Steve Hastedt, Geoff Piper, Jeff Stover, Kevin Curtis Qmgr.J, COACH DUCHARDT: KNEELING: Jim Blodgett, Kim Riiska, Rex Iudkins, Randy Shaw, Peter Newey. BELOW, FAR LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Gauthier - what can happen next?! Iohn Cook - pre-professional ball. Iay Amidon - the problem with sliders, change- ups, and fast balls. Mark Trocchi - fielding versus running. King Hunt - foot on base, ball chest high. Steve Phillips - the matter of saving the game. WY Z f Wm ML ffwfwfu ,, WWWM ' .AW , A W I I W my -K 'f" , A Wfff az Mmm L., 1 ' A I-HW! A: tf't:---'Q-ff f ,ASA A Say it with Flowers SHEFFIELD MOTORS, INC. E. B. DOLBY American Motors Sales and Services "Florists" George V. Ullrich, Pres. Great Barrington, Mass. 71 X-COLlI1tI' The 1971 varsity and junior varsity cross country teams had a pretty successful year. Mr. Menin coached the varsity team to an 8 - 0 rec- ord, and the junior varsity team under Mr. Alex- ander had a 4 - 2 record. The varsity team took third place in the Western Massachusetts meet and competed in the state meet. For the 1971 sea- son, Dave I-lastedt, co-captain, received the most valuable runner award, and Cary Carlson re- ceived the most improved runner award. M-A -,fp t T , ,,.i 7 'Wat NR Vw V ,ft - f t, W x , 1,3 l 7 - Z 1 E I' ,ffl .- '41 A at 'K W l7,1'-fi fi,,,, ,l f ll ' -'iff Y' X fi 'Af 1 H N! -, X1 3 1. ax if f 7 J 5, , , at 5 . , , 3 " , ' V ' s .KK M , , X , as 2 3' if W7 'V Y ga ' at Q! 1 at W' as ' f' , V MW, ' 'ip ,V-fx Ziff ff, M 2 , , lfyv 5COllE7li Lie wiaften Emil. ,. 1+ , witlltgan Tlf F ,K f W f M 3 xt, d , t QM 1 " , ' I v 14-'f . .iw 5, ff .,, Mft, X ,. QW, 4 f ,Q 4 f 4 Bruce Turner f M I t.,a,: WILLIAM c. STEVENS GREENPIELUS Girr sa CARD WARREN ENTERPRISES ' victor and Pearl Spigarolo Electrician SHOP Chaparral Sales Sz Services SCU-I-HHH-D S-I-ORE Southfield, Mass. 286 Main Street Maple Avenue Main Street 229-2606 Great Barrington, Mass. Sheffleld' Mass' Southfield, Mass 229-8956 J Church Road - P. O. Box 247 BELOW: Junior varsity cross country team - STANDING: Jim Collingwood tmgrj, Leslie Beaman, Bob Gower, Wade Merritt, William Thorn, Dale VanDeusen, PAUL PEDERSEN - CO-CAPTAIN, COACH ALEXANDER: KNEELING: Barry Van Deusen, Danny Moulton, Keith Salzmann, Matt Gunn, ABSENTEE: WAYNE GUNN - CO-CAP- TAIN. ABOVE: Varsity cross country team - STANDING: Scott MacKenzie, Bruce Turner, PAUL MILLIGAN - CO-CAPTAIN, COACH MENIN, DAVE HASTEDT - CO-CAPTAIN, Duane Moulton, Neil Lidstoneg KNEELING: Joe Ullrich, Don Rossi, john Ullrich, Gary Carlson, ABSENTEE: Bill Milligan. , GEORGE MARION y Excavating Contractor Mill River, Mass. 413-2.2-9-2671 WARD'S NURSERY AND GARDEN CENTER Great Barringoton, Mass. Wea , fewp 5 Z, file. -if' V .M. Www .',-:W "' .Q wr A ? 2, aww ' . www 3 15471: 7 4? 4 li WV Q-3. ,,,,, . 7. ,. 1, '..,,,fff ,Q ' A ,W MM agfa',.,"2 f ,Svf 3+ """' If LM -'wa li i W., " ,V fhfak lfm ' QWXQSAQEA ,ft I 1 A , 7 45 rf tfwgw waive? as 2' 1 - 'af ff X f 4 is -. ,ayeeaaaa ,,,,.1 "'l?"K'f W V t.tr,r 9 .1 '4W'4. ,Q,:-way zf,4jf.f it 6- 1971 Cross Country Schedule - Sept. 21 Sept. 24 Sept. 28 Oct. 1 Oct. 5 Oct. 8 Oct. 12 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. Z5 Oct. 27 Nov. 1 Nov, 3 Drury ....,,, Mt. Greylock . Lenox .,..... Wahconah . . . Monument Mt Lee ......... Hoosac ....,. Drury .,..,.. Mt. Greylock . Lenox .,.,.., Wahconah . . . Monument Mt Lee ...,,..,. Hoosac ..,... 1971 Cross Coutry Schedule Sept. Z1 Sept. 24 Oct. 5 Oct. 15 Oct. 19 SOUTHERN BERKSH IANITORIAL SERVICE Cleaning -- Ceiling and Wall Washing Waxing - Window Washing Buffing - General Cleaning Commercial - Industrial - Domestic 528-3310 - Great Barrington, Mass. Francis X. Mackou Drury ....... Mt. Greylock . Monument Mt Drury ....... Mt. Greylock . Varsity ,. 15 - 489' 38-21 ,. 15 - 483' ,. 29- 2.6 . 17- 463' .. Z8-28 , 17- 461' . 17 - 451 . 42- 18 , 15 -50" .. 30- 25 . 17- 46" . 24-385 .. 36-Z6 -j.V. .. 2.1 - 42" . 43- 15 . 16- 484 .. 17-451 .. 44- 15 WINS' Congratulations to Paul and IRE Everyone in the Class of '72 From everyone at TED'S SMOKE SHOP 4 and an apple to ,I H , Paul from Jeannie l, Prop. '- A' 4 73 "wwf football 6"ff .55 .,,- -Q ' ' , A , 1 A, ,, 7. 1 t s . a eff: 6.14:-' Y " , . .. Zfkrglaig: I '- ifj ' 71:3 A, i V by I' f T.. T ' I 'V ' '11 'S LY. 'fr' -AP .' '1- - - Q' A Ps ' ' ' Q. . I .. -f - IM-as-9 1 -, 11.535-1-5.1 - A -.-, .X,,, , 3-0 gaf-Q X g.-421 x A1 Magi f 2 A w ,- a '1' , 2 1 ' -1 nf V . ,A i Q , A ',15'ii' To 7 tl.. -an PICTURED ABOVE: KNEELING - Mike Lewis 1mgr.1, Russel Punk 1381 Hb, Steve Morris 1341 Hb, Steve Phillips 1431 Pb, Dan Miller 1421 Pb, Geoff Piper 1101 Qb, DOUG LYMAN - CO- CAPTAIN 1401 Pb, DICK SELLEW - CO-CAPTAIN 1141 Qb, Tim Briggs 1311 Hb, jay Amidon 1411 Pb, Kim Riiska 1441 Hb, Mi- chael Harrigan 1111 Ob, Ricky Hall 1121 Qb, Kevin Ives 1201 Hb, joe Pinn 1611 C, Prancis Sullivan 1mgr,1g STANDING - Coach Robert Duchardt - BACK PIELD, George Ullrich 1651 G, Terrance C,3f5On1861 E, jeff Stover 1551 G, David Dempsey 1211 E, Peter Brown 1751 T, Peter Nicolai 1731 T, Roger Tryon 1631 G, Stephen Hastedt 1711 T, Thomas Packlicl41831 E, Pred Moore 1701 T, Glen Bower 1721 T, Scott Davis 1541 C, john Schoenfeld 1571 T, jeff Barth 1821 E, 1effTrag 1801 E, Iohn Merola 1221 E, john Pedersen 1621 G, George Martin 1641 G, Steve Shmulsky 1601 G, Coach Dan- Xf' ' ff, in ll mi iel Della-Guistina - line, Coach Harold Halliday - head coach, ABSENTEES: Chris Beattie 1731 T, Pete Chase 1811 E. ,If i f1 1972 Pootball Schedule , if M ., V Sept. 18 American School for the Deaf 16- 8' A I Sept. 24 Hand High 0-34 'Z Oct. 2 McCann 16-12" gf' " Oct. 9 South Windsor 14- 0' f Oct. 16 Pawling 0-19 1 Oct. 23 Valley Regional 12-40 sk 'f . Oct. 30 McCann 36- 6' Nov. 7 Windsor Locks 12-40 4 Nov. 13 Windham Tech in J A, sf. Lffx - 'IL BROOKS INSURANCE DWIGHT PORD'S GARAGE, 1 IENIPER HOUSE BILAMAR VETERINARIAN AGENCY, INC. INC. Great Barrington, Mass. HOSPITAL 8 Castle Street Main Street 770 South Main Street -Great Barrington, Mass. 528-0007 Sheffield, Mass. Great Barrington, Mass. mf 2 2 The 1971 varsity football team h-ad a 4-5 record against some tough competition - including Pawling N.Y. Q0-191, Valley Regional 112-401, and Windsor Locks Q12-401. Although only two games were played in Berkshire County, five seniors - Dick Sellew, Steve Morris, Doug Lyman, Scott Davis, and Glen Bower were selcted for the All-County Football Team. Dick Sellew, scoring 42 points, was high scor- er for the season. Scott Davis received the most valu- able player award, and Jeff Stover was named most improved player. PICTURES: Stacked: TOP - Pre-game ceremonies, middle - Steve Morris fsecond high scorer - 40 pointsl tight-rope running for extra yardage, BOTTOM - Touchdown, BELOW - Victory, OPPOSITE PAGE - No. 14, Dick Sellew - season's high scorer with 42 points. it fwq Wa' B :-iw'-'ei-ff' asia' 529-23? ga ZW, 4' If H,Mw,m,,,,,f., ,yea pf nf M My f 2 W M ' if 713 W WW . - an , is if K X, mr ,, -1 X ' ' W 52, gf A K if 'Y ' 4 W AURICAN, 1973 41 W I., A W .., Q Z W an f -3 3, ,W 1 7 1972 Basketball Schedule Varsity ,K J Dec. 10 Jamboree 13-41 W H 53575 I I J ' W Dec. 17 Gateway 40-61 Dec. 21 Gziteway f f: "E' . ff- i 1 f F' , Dec. 22 Pa mer - L ulunzu J' bza A SW' E A, 4 5 Dec. 28 Sf- 10-11:11-X1 51-57 , fiffi I ikjf I I I Jan. 4 Monument Mt. 40-71 , V G 5 6 Ian. 7 Lee 26-89 Sw L Vzyz E 4 5, ,flying I Jan. 11 Germantown 52-65 tizt ' 'f Jan. 14 Taconic Hills 46-96 , E512 'f4. Jan. 15 McCann 41-38' ' ylli if 1l"' t Jan. 18 St. Joe QPJ 35-65 Jan. 21 Lenox 40-68 'J f ill Jan. 29 Taconic Hills 56-115 5 Egg. 1 IGAeTrC1?:1nrtown f 2 y Feb. 11 Lee 49-93 , ff , Feb. 15 Monument Mt. 1972 Basketball Schedule -Junior Varsity Dec 17 Gateway Dec 21 Gateway - K Dec 22 Palmer 23-59x Dec. 2.8 St. Joe INAJ 58-54 AWE, Jan. 4 Monument Mt. 47-60 i 7' Jan. 7 Lee 53-68 Jan. 11 Germantowm 62-67 Jan. 14 Taconic Hills 37-81 Jan. 15 McCann 34-43 Jan. 18 St. Joe QPJ 18-74 :ami Jan. 21 Lenox 29-80 Q ' Jan. 29 Taconic Hills 35-117 Feb. 1 Germantown 73-72' tif Feb. 4 McCann 31-44 Feb. 11 Lee 26-69 Feb, 15 Monument Mt. 32-63 'WINS Picture opposite page: Jeff Trag f43J, John Cowen 153J, David Edelman f45J, and two St. Joe QPJ players "crush" in a junior var- sity effort. Gary Pshenishny is f21J. Picture below: Varsity Cap- tain Dick Sellew drives through a closing St. Joe QPJ defense. VARSITY BASKETBALL, 1971-72: STANDING: COACH OHL- SON, John Cowen, Randy Shaw, Bob Patterson, Rick Hall, Carl Zin- nermon, Duane Moulton, Rex Judkins, Clayton Trag - manager, SITTING: Will Friedman, Rick Friedman, DICK SELLEW - CAP- TAIN, Steve Phillips, Gary Pshenishny. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL, 1971-72: STANDING: COACH SEAVEY, Peter Brown, Gary Carlson, Mike Guerra, Kim Riiska, Chuck Judkins, Wayne Gunn, Keith Hastedt, Mike Boibeaux - man- ager, KNEELING: David Edelman, Jeff Trag, Carl Zinnerrnon, Rick Hall, John Cowen, Steve Silk, Francis Sullivan. Varsity and junior varsity basketball had losing sea- sons this year. Mount Everett ran into some tough com- petition with teams like Taconic Hills, Lee, Lenox, and Monument Mountain. Our varsity team consisted of freshmen and sophomores and very few upperclassmeng thus, the team averaged an age of about fifteen. We think next year will prove more victorious as our young team becomes stronger and attains more experience. 77 cheerleading ,-um. HM-1 PICTURED ABOVE: Fall cheerleaders - STAND- ING: Donna Brallier, Elaine Wuori, Judy Boardman SITTING: Cathy Kirchner, Val Glanville, Ruth Peder- sen, Anne Martin, MARCIA WUORI - CAPTAIN Kathy Marchionep ABSENT: COACH FIELDING. 78 PICTURED ABOVE: Winter cheerleaders - SIT- TING: Debbie Cruikshank, Kathy Prengs, Liz Tryon, Pat Varney, DAWN SAMUELS - CO-CAPTAIN, Michelle Ives, NANCY LACERRA - CO-CAPTAIN, Patti McNamara, julie Edelman, CENTER: COACH SCHOONMAKER. softball ,-"H J Q' 1. ' we wr' 93 ' Allan-.V ,Awww . .' A ,Z QI ' ' .t ' , , - 11 - Z msxw fvulwhixsi '4--as - '- A 5 rf Q ilf-f -V.-3 'I-I m, ., aww 1 f MF? Q frfwnse Q 1 248' j'W'fr'4 M R. Y ' 1 1.53-N e f ' "'z,g,. ifxf fffff 1 VARSITY SOFTBALL, 1971: Donna Bach- etti, Kathy Connell, Mary Ella Crawford, DEBBIE HANKEY - CO-CAPTAIN, MARSHA IOHNSON - CO-CAIYTAIN, Cathy Kirchner, Kathy MacDonald, Ruth Pedersen, Nancy Pasche, judy Streeter, len- ny Touponce, Betsy Whisenant, Sue Whis- enant, Sue Turner - manager. IUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL, 1971: Denise Benjamin, Pat Brazie, Chris Chase, Dianne Day, Valerie Clanville, Laura Crun- feld, Michelle Ives, Ginger Everidge, Loris Merritt, KAREN RYDER - CAPTAIN, Dawn Samuels, Mary lane Stevens, Pat Varney, Cathy Chapin - manager. 1971 Softball Schedule - Varsity May 6 Monument Mt. 21-1' May 7 Chatham 14-4' May 11 Hudson 13-8' May 14 Lee 19-11" May 18 lchabod Crane 30-1' May 20 Monument Mt. 26-7' May 25 Roe jan 12-3' May 26 Lee 9-15 May 28 Lenox 28-7' june 1 Ockawamiclc 13-12' Iune 3 New Lebanon 32-8' june 8 Germantown 18-13' 1971 Softball Schedule - junior Varsity May 11 Hudson 12- 8 May 14 Lee 26-14' May 18 Ichabod Crane 34- O' May 25 Roe Ian 33-15" May 26 Lee 23-23 june 3 New Lebanon 33-11' Iune 8 Germantown 32-134 WINS' ifslgfjlll t "X" Jkt? :fill " 'Sa' FT ' if t t"' ai vt . 5.42.-.41r.6a. 4, 37.4, 1, Wai, b QZNQ JA N -L - -' t ' ' -W 'vrwht H - q. ' IM J e 'M at if 5,5 A as ta rt' ' G ' wt-as ".,s'. , 'I W.-' H- , qt ,.f,.,l, .Y, . gatkwbeialrtiskiet - f 4 sit. 1- f 80 '-.-' ' .'?g?Q.21-E 1'-'in Xi 95,1 15:31 X . 1 .,-. 1. , .. va . 'sk n Bench: Dawn Samuels, Chris Chase, Nancy Pasche, Coach Beaumont, Dianne Day, Mary Ella Crawford, Jenny Touponce. M. ., W 4 .lawsuit ..mmnM',- Mm, ,,,Wf,!'C4. :MM f ' A,W,t.J,f,fQ5y,f .W W, off, I f X C 1 kxk' wwf?" ff ' I f, W ,rrr as ,,,, , Girls' varsity softball had an excellent season with eleven victories and one loss. The junior varsity team had a good season with six wins and only one loss. Our girls scored a total of 235 runs while the opposi- tion scored 90 runs during the season. Ka- thy Connell, pitcher, fseveral homeruns and two near-shutoutsj received most valuable player award, and Kathy iMacDonald re- ceived the most improved player award. field hockey ,Z me VIG1' IM . -2 3 ,c ri ,K L . . ef. -1 'Pisa --M., f f , . ff ' Q yy f f . ,, - - sf ,. , Ulm 'ff' ff 4 , wry, ff ,z,"',f,f -axtfwa, f f X W, f, 4 I , wwf ,,,, if ' ' With two wins, two losses, and three ties this year, the varsity field hockey team had an unique season. This was the team that lon October 19, 19711 beat Hudson and won Mount Everett's tenth victory for the 1971-72 school year. The ten victories which counted down to the tenth victory were won by varsity foot- ball, x-country, and field hockey teams. The tenth vic- tim Cl-Iudsonl was, however, a real victim. They were defeated with a crushing 6-O score. This score foresha- dows fwe hopel Mount Everett's young team's next season. With the growing experience of the team, Mount Everett field hockey fans will be sure to look for a winning season next year. PATRICIA A. BEAUMONT I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good there- fore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any fellow crea- ture let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for l shall not pass this way again. Etienne DeGrellet Richard A. Rawling Berkshire Life Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201 2 3 ,a+ "SGT, . . . , .. -. ,,,'-0-'-s'i9f-ffv., Nov.2 . A . I Taconic Hills , 54, .3 jf'-,,. 3f""jj0?3::'0-'Jia' is , s t A Lf if je f-.f'Fi:n-f4'am5-ai- Field 5 "sepfg2e s I Qffzcgsffan, is -. kj '11- 'K Oct-r7 'LQ , Ichabddefifiefz'',l1fFQ'14p "' ' ' 1 g .M M. ,fl 4 'jg' elQ'kxLI5'ff..'-is fl: ' , f -Q.-.Q-fs V f 3-fr' ' 'j A K" i1f'W-315.4-"-Q IOHN B. HULL INC. CATAMOUNT INC. Great Barrington, Mass. Best wishes from . . . -3? . . . South Egremont MM .g ff , Q. W I , 4i ,, A . VEEV .f V , .. X ,, 2,6 iXh ' 5 ,Q I " " ! N A ' f f., 'Md ' V of , ff ww MQ , , .T , f W ff rrr ff fywfff ff 'I V , PICTURES: Ill Half-time, Coach Beaumont, oranges, and hair-fixing. 12.1 Backed by Karen Ryder, Kathy MacDonald - team ace. Q31 Goal- ie Kathy Mielke - team's most valuable player with Annemarie Eggenberger. 141 Mrs. Schoon- maker - help for the coach. 151 Debbie Milligan and Karen Ryder - defense positions. Q61 Edie Eggenberger and Michelle Ives - two against two with Sue Whisenant in orbit. 171 Charlene Ryder - how to be ubiquitous infield hockey. msRBERr's SHOES it I BkovERMAN's MARKET 277 Main Street 36 State Road Great Barrington, Mass. Great Barrington, Mass. AW Z M, J, 2 MMV! jig W I ' Z, ,Z I .9 I iz- ff y , Q A f 'W ff fa 'ff ' 1-3 X M' Cf .M fy ff I igf ff A ..,r I I .,,,. vv I VVVVVV If I ...: A,.. ' V .,. .. ff f "M Vfafzf 'X fn ' X ' A ffffiwf WSW flf 1 'Agn i 9 .f 551 52 .. ". ff WN ZW! 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We feature Friendly Service at Bi11's Baricini Chocolates Kodak Film Yardley, DuBarry, and Bonnie I Bell 83 282 Main Street 528-2860 or 52.8-1590 WARREN AND MACCHI BUILDERS, INC. Sheffield, Mass. KJ!! , 7 f .51 1 'f ,X ,5 A 1 Q EJQEQ5 Jim x it WJ ' ' , , ' T ,gf an Ii W 2 --f-e----f--- - Q ' "'- Z, 4 ---an-u.-. Y V W Q ,ii I , : 1 2 U47 :eg , -1 . S , t f Q ' Q if f ' -"'-"-- ta R , 2 + r.r...-' M ' , ' if 1 -u , N . s , , 'Q f..U-3' -4 V f 9,9312 0 , I 2- 2 2 we av X fe E. h' , Q 1 it , , 'sam 5 1 i t - ,, ,ff - 4 f 1, . ' 1 'j E vw A ' 5 4 1- , ai 1 'W A ZW, g Q L ax 4 J,,L,p , . 1 W. f Y , 2 , ,W , ,, , r it , V V I ,, tg, I , , , , . ,, my an-'lf W ,ff . f f ,, ,ww M In the process of attaining a ieague record of 8-0, Coach Pat Beaumont directed, and Captain Robin Schoonmaker led, the girls' varsity basketball team through some tough games - such as with Lee Kwon 25-241 - but also to some overwhelming victories fMount Greylock 85-12, Monument Moun- tain 63-22, and St. Ioe QPJ 55-131. -..fm . ifft'3? 2gf2" , gm ,,1 3. ' ...Hr 4' ,MW-.m,.,,....... -al - Q In mid-Febrary, Robin Schoonmak- er and Debbie Milligan were select- ed for the country all-star basket- ball team. The junior varsity also had a winning season under Coach Beaumont - with a 6-5 record. Sev- eral games were very close - Pitts- field 8-6, St. joe 10-9, and Monu- ment Mountain 15-14. 5 Q X W f X X X M?wWW 1114, f Q i - W4 ,X My E , 9' 'ff W X A f i' N914 Y I A'f I f ' ,V n,n,nn M, 1 ,Minm,,M,?5 - W,WZW, , 'rm -W M, WWQMWQM Q . wmv WZ lagzgga 1972 cms' Bgisketfball seheauie - Dec. 22 jan. S M f Iang 7 Ian. 11 Ian. 14 Ian. 17 Ian. 18 Ian. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Leei wfittsfield sf.10e4PjWf Lenox M Monu'rnentfMtf7 fn Mt. Greylock Pittsfield 'Lee St. Joe QPJ Lenox Mt. Greylock Monument Mt. YhnsRf 251244 n ,Z9+44 55w13x f' 55418' f 56-13x 85-11' WW 21447 42-29' n 4022? 521221. 85-121 83-22'V WM,,,,,Mfv 972 Girls? Basketball !-- 01 unior Vafsity Dec. 22 jan. 5 3 X jan. 7 1951. 11 Ian. 14 jan.1'7 Ian. 18 mf Lee Piflgfield nnn St. Joe QPJ Lenox J Monument Mt, Mt. Creylock Pittsfield 10-29 8- 6' 10- 9+ 37'13' 15-14' sew 6+ 4-32 QQ VW, -2 lr www W, f N Z aw, Q ' , , ? f i 32 wg n jef ,143 ' , QQ? J 333 I , K f ,f,"::,4!XffW W '41 :lx If MQQZ Q22 ZZ? 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