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Administration ,...... Departments ....,.., Faculty ....,..., Classes ,......,,.. I, , Senior Album ,..,..,.. Student Government Juniors ,.., .... ,...., ..... Sophomotes ..... Freshmen .....i... Organizations .,.... Sports ......,.,...,,i Cheerleaders .,...... Football ...,.s, Baseball ...i.,. Track ............... Cross-Country ...... Tennis ....,..... Swimming .,...., Rifle ............. Girls' Sports ........ Basketball ....... Features ....... Honors ...... Niceties ,..,... Clipper StaE ........ Advertising .,.., Faculty Index ...,.. Student Index ...... Book Index ....... ., 115 .HC u by ' r I ,J L . .--.k.., ky: H -H-1 I , li A 'J :iff .xf' ',N Q ff, -' 'L fx-9' ' M.,-Y IVV 1 it , . 1 4'-" - A faf., ...fry N A .- A ...,., .4 IMA , V ,M -Hn...-. , .,-.,,,, N, . wg. M ,Z ,"- f5,,QQ.' W " 121-,ft 1'-:fy-W: ' -J, . , ., -, "f-QQM , -,A , ., , L ..,.,, .... - , -.H -, -... I .f ., . . F : , vm. .1 . V- , rw. n , V J . 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Q' " K' N 1 D V L H L6-eh W A F 1 i :J X1 , X Liv 1 531 ug. 41 "J STUDENTS leave the Bartlett buildin The "Kaleidoscope" is the theme for the 1967 Clipper THE KALEIDOSCOPE is a toy of Greek origin. Its name, also from the Greek, means ''beautiful-thing-focus." The tiny pieces of glass in a kaleidoscope, when seen through the focus of a hollow tube, form delicate sym- metrical patterns which change as the viewer glimpses them. THE THEME of the 1967 Clipper is "Kaleidoscope", for every year of life is a kaleidoscope of memory-a mixture of color, of pattern, and of focus. THE COLOR is experience, a prismatic play of light and shadow. Each event is like a bright piece of glass-yellow, green, blue, red . . . aspiration, disappointment, thought, joy. Each series of remembered events forms a pattern. THE PATTERN is change, the continual variation of colors and meanings. Patterns of experience appear in our memories, seemingly unrelated. Only through a focus do we see that every spot of color is part of the larger pattern. THE FOCUS is wisdom, life's ultimate mean- ing and goal. The wisdom we gain from one year of changing patterns, of multi-colored ex- periences, enables us to it together the many events which have touched our lives. Wisdom is the focus with which we may give true per- spective to our kaleidoscopic memories of the year 1966-1967. THE CHOIR sings for the Christmas assembly. A SCENE from the winter play, "the mouse that roared 7 ci - rv: , f , Q , Ag- I MR. ROHR carefully supervises his sophomore math class to make sure they understand the new method of solving problems he recently explained. class. TO MAINTAIN complete records the guidance department frequently administer many types oftests. Ronald McCarthy, Tony Brennan, and Ed Ozea take an aptitude test in guidance otiice. 8 THEORY LEARNED in class put to practice by George McGrath as he tries his hand at writing ar- rangements. SHORT HAND is a skill that all business students need. Karen Sullivan does a drill in Miss Sullivan's CLIPPER EDITOR Sue Taylor checks top books at Columbia press conference. Life... CLIPPER STAFF members Vincent Miner and Wesley Slate examine top rated TOM RANDO rewarded for hard work. He receives books gn display at the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference for new ideas for German I prize at the Annual Awards Assembly. the 19 7 Clipper. SENIOR AND JUNIOR GIRLS attend a special assembly ro see a film on the prevention and detection of cancer. 9 ' i , V "+ - .K ff-v' --,.,n-,An P Y ii ' -"E" filza 1 -1.11 ffm.-a..'P3.. THIS YEAR'S JUNIORS try their best to out do the seniors in the spirit campaign. Evanthia Briclcates and Sandy Whaley are sign painters for the juniors. THE SCHOOL DANCE band plays for the faculty benefit show. Fred Nunes is trumpet soloist. Bill Mills plays the bass fiddle and Leo Schapetow is at the piano. AT LAST the long awaited day arrives! Juanita Hill and Eugene Rosier are all smiles as they receive their dance program booklet for the Junior Promenade. X '-.-, X3 Is a Kaleidoscope . . . IN THE AFS Beneht show sponsored by the faculty business depart- ment member Mr. Callahan plays a love struck Juliet. '..,,,,,5, Lubes. I ELLEN CAMERON apparently is enjoying her initiation into the baton club during the annual spaghetti dinner meeting. 3 S i , at IQ 'X Q 'itz-'. . Q' 5 X Q . cn.. ii gi, jg. g..' 1.' - 5 ' WA Y? Us ' I ' .il 5 Q H-. -u 4 .. ' wt... . ." .' W Qfgf 1, 'if' 4'-V? . ofzg Sl:-' AF' 'Y' ' Q' ' 0 .' '- :Em 's Q-SQQYQQ C' A!'f':"'i-gs 1 if .,!a . - 34' ir.. 'f .A 'Q i h wzitnrgk 'saggy' .A I .f 48 fi ,7 'f- 796' , :QE , 51: yi x 1- fl". ' JH. :rw ,. , gf 311' .glgni 511: Ill A A Lg-, fs' MA 1 ff 4 V QQ? ax f ,v 1 .R fi Rm if 4' ef: . Qin--' iilii. arf ' ' 1 1 A.""WH - 4' 2' -4 SPIRIT AROUSERS help the team win by keeping the crowd cheering. COME ON BOYS! Use that secret play we Worked on IN SPITE OF many original designs the juniors were unable to beat the seniors for this game shouts Coach Weiss. in the spirit campaign before the annual Fitch-Whaler Thanksgiving clay game. 12 The color. . . X . Q AT THE ANNUAL variety show the audience was fortunate to see Patricia Chance and Ruth Jarvis demonstrate a colorful West Indian dance. THE FACULTY barber shop quartet. Mr. Racett, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Snape and Mr. Nye. is experience . . 15 N 5 IN THE 100th ANNIVERSARY football game between NFA and NLHS, Jim jones is anxious to go and awaits nod from coach Weiss. THE JUNIOR PROM queen Sabina Piacenza. Y"l if The pattern... FACULTY MEMBERS prove that they have many talents. Mr. Amanti gives with a song and Dance a la Al jolson during the AFS show. 9. 1 .I 1 .F TIME OUT FROM books and classesg Vito Fatone enjoys his meal SENIOR BOYS TAKE a breather between classes. I 1, v "- 4 The focus . . 1' ij 1 f 1 will -Lg, .1 , 1 pi. ,sn . v , 'P ALL DECKED OUT for the junior Prom are Mr. Griffin, junior class faculty adviser, Phillip Call, jennifer Chesler, Elyse Olsen, and her escort. THE FENWICKIAN ARMY, led by Bert Van Hoek as Tully Bascom, prepares to shoot at the tires of General Snippefs jeep in the winter play "The Mouse That Roared." Richard Baker, Fred Nunes and Robert Rudolph portray the soldiers. 16 I . , xaa,4 M u-kr - if I in V. ' af . 'f sf ' "Q f , ' xff N' A W J' 3' .-:frm , E". A N l, ,HL 13-' . 1 '1 1 'X " 'L ' ' -NI-H gm! 5' t ll , 6 1 Y- 22466 .f q Y F '5 k sh" Q-:Q ,fs-. 2 1,7574 .lr K 'uw K :' 4 , w u 1 M: M' L, ri W ,:: lif- .ff X3 hw ' WV I ., f NX " I5 , n nz... 4" X. 'W M 4 I , ., .x ,X 4, , J ' vi: ii, gi. ...xl T' J LAM 2 9 . '. +1- , ..,g"-.f,.a.. 1 f:...'. '.. ,wx yf .1 . r pg, if: X I 'vfvg'P ..5.,y.,v.. . i 14912 L. I 11, H ffxf- ' - 5 .afr '. 'law 4 .:,f:'1 '5'R'W"!n4a, 1 fs ,-1.-.cgi-V.' 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New London enjoys its excellent educational system because of the de- votion of these local citizens who set and maintain high standards. In addition to appointing teachers, Hxing salaries, establishing courses of study and choosing textbooks, the School Board must now construct a three year high school. The transition from a blueprint in the Annex showcase to a functioning institution involves a variety of decisions. More- over, the Board is making plans for three new elementary schools to replace Winthrop, service the northwest quadrant of the city, and relieve crowded conditions at Harbor School. Before the new schools are com- pleted, board members will have spent many hours discussing plans to ensure that the taxpayers' money is spent to obtain the best schools possible. MARY FRESHER ROBERT C. WELLER 20 He works for community's welfare WWW "WP S Beginning his second year as superintendent of the New London Public School System, Mr. Joseph V. Medeiros has given ample proof of his interest in the community's educational wel- fare. Mr. Medeiros received his bachelors degree in English at the American International Col- lege. He earned his master's degree from Brown University and his master's from Harvard. In 1954 Mr. Medeiros was appointed head of the English department at New London High School. Before coming to New London Mr. Medeiros taught at Brown University, Pem- broke College, Rockport and Ludlow High. In 1960 he received the john Hay Fellow- ship for the institute of Humanities at William College. In 1961 Mr. Medeiros was appointed director of secondary education for the New London Schools. Because of his educational background, teaching experience, capable leadership and a willingness to progress, the New London school System will definitely go foreward under his JOSEPH MEDIEROS Superintendent leadership. Miss Neilan becomes assistant superintendent of schools This year the New London Public School System has employed, for the lirst time, an assis- tant superintendent of schools. Miss Alice Neilan, who holds this important position, has spent much of her teaching career in the New London Schools in various capacities. A native New Londoner, Miss Neilan re- ceived her bachelors degree from Central Con- necticut State College in New Britain. She did graduate work at Yale University in a co- operative program with Southern State College. Miss Neilan taught English and history at Plainville High School, and at Harbor School and Bulkeley junior High School in New London. From that point on she was given responsibility for general curriculum and later took charge of the elementary curriculum in the New London Schools. ALICE N EILAN Assistant Superintendent 21 Counselors give their help from orientation to graduation FIDELE R. MUGAVERO, M.A. Vice-Principal GRAYCE A. KROM, M.S. ESCOTT O. SMITH, M.A. Counselor Counselor GEORGE E. TURANO, M.A. Counselor Counselling for all phases of a student's life, the Guidance Department is an indispensable part of New London High's administration. From freshman orientation to the final steps in securing a job or college career, guidance coun- selors keep a constant check on each student's progress. By administering vocational and apti- tude tests, the counselors are able to evaluate his potential in all fields. Individual interviews provide another opportunity for counselors to contribute their advice and guidance. This year the Guidance Department again encouraged prospective college students to at- tend College Night, a series of presentations by college spokesmen. The department supple- mented the program with personal advice to aid students in the quest for higher education. Every student at NLHS finds the guidance counselors prepared to help him make the crucial transition from adolescence to maturity. VIRGINIA M. SMITH, M.A. Dean of Girls Every ship depends on the captain to make decisions concerning its welfare. The NLHS "ship of state" has been faithfully and com- petently commanded by Principal William L. Foye. With a good educational background, Mr. Foye is an excellent educator, administrator and coordinator. After attending Lowell High School, Lowell, Massachusetts, Mr. Foye earned his B.S. from Fitchburg State College. He also received an M.A. at the University of Connecticut. Stationed as a fighter pilot aboard the air- craft carrier "Enterprise" during World War II, he served a year in the Pacific. Following the war, Mr. Foye taught at Chapman Technical High. He left the industrial arts department there to become Dean of Boys at the newly- consolidated New London High. Resigning this post, he joined the educational staff at Electric Boat. In 1961 Mr. Foye was chosen by the Board of Education to assume the responsibil- ities of principal at N LHS. In addition to the duties of running a large high school, Mr. Foye now copes with plans for the new high school. His primary concern, how- ever, remains New London High's academic program. WILLIAM L. FOYE, M.A. Principal Mr. Foye plans ahead for the new three year high school LAURA BOYCE, secretary to the principal, brings Mr. Foye papers to signed. MARSHALL H. NYE, M.A. Guidance Director WW' 23 be JOHN TROLAND, M.A. Department Head IN MR. O'BRIEN'S biology class, various parts of the bone structure of the human skeleton are explained to class members Diane Gracewski, Arlene Harris, and Bradford Fisher. Department keeps pace with current scientific advances IN GENERAL SCIENCE students Alan Pollack, Calvin Marlowe and Evelyn Never before have the boundaries of science Chapman listen to Mr. McKissick give ingredients for next class experiment. U if . ' been pushed back as rapidly as they are today. The phenomenal increase in scientific and tech- nological progress makes study of science an essential part of education. New London High's science department provides for courses in many major branches of science, encouraging the stu- dent to delve into the varied facets of a highly complex entity, nature. From science survey to oceanography, the courses offered lead students to both basic and advanced understandings of the field. In response to the explosion of scientific knowledge department members engage in ex- tensive outside reading in their subjects. In addition the department purchased chemistry and physics books, now in their second year of use, to open new dimensions in both subjects. Students particularly interested in chemistry were given an opportunity to discover organic chemistry in Mr. Gordon's sixth period enrich- ment class. By classroom study, laboratory work, and supplementary opportunities the science depart- ment succeeds in keeping pace with advances in all forms of science and acquaints students with the scientific knowledge that is of such irnpor- tance in the atomic age. 24 AS BELL TIME approaches chemistry students Kris Clarke and Lynn Katzen clean equipment to make ready for next class. ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS are a must in chemical experiments. Kevin Brandt preposes solution while Wes Slate looks on. 5 BRENDA WYNCOOP tries to balance equations after doing the required experiment. Paula Truken checks results for errors. AFTER THE CHEMISTRY experiment Charles Katz and fellow students must write and make a drawing stating facts and results. Milton E. Fike, M.A. Scienceg Science Club Trfavelg carnpingg music A. Jerome Goodwin, M.A. Scienceg Radio Club Travelg amateur radio Solomon I-I. Gordon, M.Ed. Scienceg Swimming coach Golf William R. Lessig, B.S. Scienceg football trainer Sports Wallace T. McKissick, B.S. Scienceg Science Club Fishing E. Albert Nitsche, M.A. Scienceg building Horticulture William F. O'Brien, B.S. Scienceg travel Director of Athletics 25 1 Dorothy K. Brennan, B.S. Germang English German Clubg numismatics Joseph A. Duch Lating Tennisg swimming Stephen S. Gracewski, M.A. Spanishg Spanish Club Service clubsg boating Malcolm G. Greenaway, B.A. Frenchg French Club Cross-country coachg Europeans STUDENTS Hunter jones Wanda Gordon work on Russian sounds. , H L 5 LANGUAGE LAB time for Deena Zelkin and Barry Wilensky. IL FAUT QUE j'aille chercher un livre, says Greg Flanagan. gf: Nadine E. Pekarski, M.A. Spanishg Oil paintingg music Paul Skrigan, B.A. Russiang P.O.D. Russian Clubg golf coach joseph A. Tasca, M.A. Frenchg Clipper adviser Photoraphyg music 49 - 1 0 . ,:g-gglrgn jean Pierre Troadec, M.A. ' French 'QQ Philosophy .i ,, ' 26 "Z" -digs iff' P. HENRY SHAY, A.B Department Head CAROL RUDOLPH about to give her oral report in Mr. Tasca's French III class. Language laboratories supplement the autlo-lingual program "Bonjour, madame, comment allez-vous?" in- tones a French student in his language lab. For the past few years, pupils in French I and II have benefited from weekly sessions in the labs where they have improved their French ac- cents. This year the foreign language depart- ment made it possible for third-year students to participate in the audio-lingual program as well. By installing tape recorders in most classrooms the department intends to allow a greater num- ber of students to gain proficiency in the language they are studying. Besides its French program the foreign lan- guage department provides for courses in Ger- man, Latin, Russian, and Spanish. The languages are taught with emphasis on spoken and written excellence as well as knowledge of the customs of the respective countries. In this way the study of a language yields a greater un- derstanding of the people of other countries and other tongues. The department employs a variety of tech- niques in teaching. Written and oral reports, supplementary readings, grammar study, and frequent examinations encourage students to learn a second language with confidence. MARTIN LEFF receives the Russian I prize from Mr. Shay. 27 J Richard F. Snape, M.Ed. Department Head I MR. CAHOUET enioys reading to his social studies class. Robert A. Brigockas, B.A. Social Studies Football line coach John J. Cahouet, B.A. Social Studies Charles W. Frink, Ph.D. Social Studiesg Marshals Composing music Marshall S. Goldberg, M.A. Social Studies Piano playing George C. Manos, M.Ed. Social Studies Musicg theater Maura G. Sullivan, B.A. Social Studiesg Forum Clubg reading Robert R. Weiss, M.Ed. Social Studies Football coachg music 28 KATHY SEBASTIAN points to important conquests in the life of Peter the Great. Nnhfifwx . l Tail I' . Lv--. ,QR N- . oi . Xl' Ju. "" AN INFORMAL discussion takes place after class between Mr. Skrigan and Andy Kotsaftis. X. I it THE STATE OF ILLINOIS is the topic for the day for George Gierhart and William Struzinsky. 11' 1 Y K - f J I ,. 'r PICTURED WITH the world at their linger tips are Ann Taylor, James Main, MaryAnn Cascio and Donald Brailey, students in Miss Sullivan's class. Aim of Social Studies courses is to trace man's progress History is "the tower of experience which time has built," according to Van Loon's Story of Mankind. To counteract modern society's tendency to ignore this concept of history, the social studies department at New London High offers courses which help students to acquire a deeper comprehension of the world's political, economic, and social institutions. A student may study any series of events from the beginnings of civilization, discussed in ancient history, to the challenges faced by Europe today. World history provides an aware- ness of each nation's role in the progress of civilization. By studying America's past, students develop new insights into the meaning and obligation of citizenship in democratic society. To supplement its studies, the economics class visits area industries, while POD classes hear frequent speakers on appropriate topics. Through studying facts the social studies department instills in its students that under- standing of "the tower of experience" which is so necessary today. MR. WEISS explains the next assignment to Dick Sutton and Bob Crosby. -1-p-i 29 NANCY PERRY lays out patterns for a new dress. AFTER THE COOKING and eating, the dishes must be washed. Doing the chores are Vickie Long and Kathy Nahass. Courses help aspiring homemakers create congenial homes "Lock Up Your Daughters," an anti-Puritan Restoration comedy, indicated a desire to pro- tect young girls from life's dangers in the 17th century. Instead of secluding them, society to- day prepares its daughters for life by giving them a well-rounded home economics educa- tion in high school. To create a congenial home atmosphere, the homemaking curriculum at New London High teaches girls fundamentals in the preparation of meals, child development, and family relations. Beginners acquire pleasing wardrobes by learning simple clothing construction and basics of line, design, and color, while advanced stu- dents discover high fashion through custom tailoring. A practical semester course in home decoration is also offered to girls interested in the beautification of daily living. Cooking, sewing, and budgeting all contri- bute to the success of a homemaker. By empha- sizing these skills New London High strives to provide the home economics student with a comprehensive background in the organization , y is c of an integrated, well-managed home. BISQUITS are the order of the day for Leslie Rochetto and Suzanne Cloutier. 50 ! X I 4 Ev .4' I , r. A 'fi " MRS. VALLEY checks and explains readings on clinical thermometers that Debby Leadberrer, Linda Kelly, Donna Bigelow took of their own temperatures. ... gg MRS. ECCLESTON gives Gail Freedman a helping hand. Arena P. Eccleston, B.S. Home Economics Costume Commrtteeg music Mary E. Kenyon, B.S. I-LEC. Home Economics Church workg reading Helen M. McKie, B.S. Home Economics Huntingg skiing Mary Valley, B.S. H.Ec. Home Economics Entertainment Comrnme wx ., xN 3,-N . 51 ESTHER STENSBY, Ms. Department Head SINGE .. .ll,.,. m, ,, SHORTEN, baste, sew says Alma Garza to Linda Johnson. IN THE school's up-to-date kitchens these girls, Nancy Wong, Brenda Coleman, and Donna Cappozza enjoy baking. 3.--- , , MARGARET G. HEYER ART STUDENTS Marilyn Roberts, Robert Miller, Linda Forest, Art Supervisor Donald F. Eccleston, B.S.A.Ed. Artg musician Professional painter Albin K. Kayrukstis, M. Ed. Artg Stage Make-up Crew Travelg gardening Y. Edward Soderberg Arty sailing Travelg curling PEACE CORPS worker Roland Noel talks to Mr. Eccleston's art class on masks and handiwork designing in Guinea in West Africa. 32 and john Bailey work on Christmas Dance posters. CHARLES LARKIE experiments with color harmonies. .ffkd-. ""x ,fqzf . .V-5 ., .Y,- -H A,..,. , ,V JAMES WASNEWSKI makes letters that will decorate front entrance during the Christmas season holidays. AN ART I CLASS tries its hand at still life drawing. 'SHI A T Team teaching newly employed to expand art appreciation IN MR. KAYRUKSTIS' Arts and Crafts class, Helen Dempsey, Thomas Tranchida, Mari Sigros, Joan Sullivan, work on lettering designs for their glass project. 33 How many times have you looked at a paint- ing without understanding it? Observation is one of the phases of creativity encompassed by the art program at NLHS. The departments aim is not to make an artist out of every student, but to awaken him to art as it is found in life. Art classes are enlightened in the funda- mentals: drawing, painting, and lettering. Be- ginning students are acquainted with the tools and media of expression, while advanced Stll- dents branch out into oils. Arts and crafts stu- dents create three-dimensional masks and pottery in their classes. Team teaching is employed in the depart- ment's semester-long art appreciation course. Mr. Soderberg, Mr. Kayrukstis, and Mr. Ec- cleston take turns exploring art and its develop- ments from prehistoric cave paintings to present-day designs, instilling appreciation for all aspects of art. The informal atmosphere in art classes pro- vides a refreshing break from school routine for the student as he absorbs the fundamentals of a fascinating sub ject. l A 3, meh 8 sf. L . if fi ' :J ,. . ' L I . i-if .-. I I r, 'Q- WN RICHARD V. BENEVENUTI Department Head John McCarthy, M.A. Choir V Organg string instruments BETWEEN NUMBERS, band members enjoy watching football games BAND MASTER Mr. Benvenuti chats with clarinet players Warmn Graham, Bert Traficenti, and Richard Baker. THE BAND OH the march- 34 1 :Gear Mlm: PRACTICE MAKES good music. Here james Baratz, and Warren Graham PAT CHAPMAN puts his heart and soul in his music. work on numbers to be used in the coming annual winter concert. Music program: Broad introductinnto universal language BAND MEMBERS practice for the big concert. "All ye who Musicke love, and would its pleasures prove . . . ," the first line of an Elizabethan madrigal, indicates the character of those involved in the New London High music department. Whether teaching or learning, they are dedicated to music, the universal language. A student may walk into Mr. Benvenuti's Music Theory class in September, and leave in june with a broad introduction to the patterns of music. With this background, more advanced study is possible in Harmony I and II courses. Singers of madrigals and more modern works are directed by Mr. McCarthy in the choir and freshman chorus, while the band interprets musical scores directed by Mr. Benvenuti. Both groups demonstrate their knowledge of melodic expression by performing at graduation, assem- blies, various outside functions, and annual evening concerts held at the end of the year. With these concerts the music department suc- ceeds in its objective: participants as well as listeners are impressed with the beauties and joys of music. e aa. g aa 35 4. New methods of teaching emphasize modern math concepts MR. GONZALVES uses the projector to help explain concept of numbers. iii" Salvatore A. Amanti, B.A. Mathematics Baseball coach Edward J. Croteau, M.A.L.S. Mathematics Tennis coachg sports Abel N. Gonsalves, M.Ed. Mathernaticsg sports Cookingg writing P. Joseph Griffin, M.A. Marhematicsg boating Junior class advisor Benedict J. Marshall, M.A. Mathematics I National Honor Society 56 Today's trend is modern, and nowhere is the concept better exemplified than in the math department. To keep pace with new theories, NLHS has instituted a specialized curriculum with emphasis on analysis and logic. A student who intends to pursue engineer- ing finds it profitable to study basic or abstract algebra. Plane geometry, solid geometry, and trigonometry familiarize the student with logical approaches to problems. Calculus gives valuable information in the complex fields of advanced and technical mathematics. In all of these courses modern concepts are emphasized. For those who prefer an understanding of math on the elementary level, Math in Life, Elementary Math, and Refresher Math are offered every year. An innovation in the department is the al- most complete withdrawal from standard teach- ing methods. Instead of conforming to pre- scribed textbooks, teachers use supplementary guides, projection materials, and problem books which show students a tangible aspect of modern math. IN MR. GRlFFIN'S Algebra II class Bruce Nichols and Karen Nazarko do homework problems on blackboard. 'F l 454. FRANKLIN C. CROSBY, M. ED Department Head f . - 1 7 if V fl J Ps . Raza . If JU STUDY TIME in Mr. Crosby's math class. TESTS in Algebra I have Ralph Carson stymied SO FAR SO GOOD says Mr. Grifhn as Polly Goldberg goes about solving a diffrcult problem in Algebra II. Robert Rockholz, B.A. Mathemaricsg golf Boys' State chairman Charles H. A. Rohr, B.S. Mathematicsg radio Japanese gardens Louis 1. Rovero, M.A. Mathematics Football William J. Ruddy, B.S. Mathematics Musicg reading 37 ,, . .1 1 -J:rf,3,l,' 5-, 'Q ,-'.-:.- F: . - HL?gE.l'l ., if Q. il ' if 1 ' N ill , b 1- A' X l .X l 'X X xl l G. LAURENS ATTWILL, B.S. Department Head MRS. WATSON explains assignment to Annie Maywood and Nancy Pond. Classes enahle students to find places in business world BOOKKEEPING PROBLEMS done by Mary Enos are checked by Mr. King. Preparation of young people for the business world is the challenge met by the business department. The departmenr's aims are three- fold: to develop skills necessary for competi- tion in business, to help each student develop agreeable personality traits, and to help each find his place in society. Even though classes are designed primarily for business students, college and general students can beneht from these courses. Classes in bookkeeping study eliicient work habits and accuracy, while secretarial majors master theory, shorthand, and the quirks of complicated oflice machines. Clerical students learn business organization, industrial and busi- ness record-keeping, and oflice skills. A testa- ment to the effective teaching of the business department is the large number of graduates who earn good business positions each year as a result of their studies. 58 A SPEED TEST in Miss Anderson's short hand class. Marion G. Anderson, 1 D A Business, home I, I Antique shows ,ff . N, - V, 'I A KJ! .. . I, I ' J ' I ' it liz I1-fqb if MR. CALLAHAN IS surprised by photographer while explaning how ro operate rnimograph machine to Qng,FQar.lsnn and Connie Healy. TYPIST Nancy Cassanerio checks her work for errors. Donald F. Callahan, B.S. Business, guns Public Relations Director David T. King, M.A. Business Huntingg sailing Elliott A. Moreau, M.A. Businessg Chess Club Travel, woodworking Mary E. Tytla, M.A. Business Musicg reading Nancy P. Watson, M.A. Business Sewing, bridge Evelyn F. Young, B.S.Ed. Business Organist 39 V its l 1, hw AQ? ENGLISH LEARNED in the classroom put to practical use by yearbook staff members as they write, correct, rewrite, edit and then rewrite to ht the spaces. Pictured are Nancy Charlotte B. Barnum, M.A.T, English Astronomyg history Minerva P. Clegg, M.A. English Collecting antique glass Barbara E. Davis, B.A. English Readingg sailing Joseph P. Driscoll, B.A. English, Track coach Huntingg fishing Dominic B. Guazzo, M.A. English Wood carvingg stamps Stephanie W. Highberg, M.A. English Painting, sailing Francis H. Hoagland, B.A. English Bowling, music Joyce A. Katz, A.B. English Interior Decorating 40 MR. DRISCOLL poses with Kathy Hann and Pat McLaughlin for Clipper candid photographer. .,.... ,- , l u I . 1 tsl. are RUSSEL W. HARRIS, M.A. Department Head DIRECTOR OF dramatics, Mr. Robins watches dress rehearsal. Sandy Wachterman, play secretary, takes notes for the critique after the performance. Also pictured are Fern Paquett, Linda Bickfor, John Garrett, and Robert Spitz. "New" grammar based on English as it is actually spoken -'R J r, ,, ,. E 1.1 mv- ' ' vc". if lug. 't I2 Ruth E. Moore, A.B. English Music, photography Rene 1. Racette, M.Ed. Englishg Compass advisor Jazz, bridge Frank D. Robins, M.Ed. English Director of Dramatics Anthony F. Sabilia, A.B. English, playbill Sports, reading Minnie B. Stow, M.Ed. Englishg travel Senior class advisor George 1. Tyropolis, M.Ed. English, F.T.A. advisor Military strategyg furniture 41 Like the "new" math, there is also a "new" English which has been rapidly growing in acceptance over the past fifteen years. The term "new" refers chiefly to grammar, which is now based on idiomatic English as it is actually spoken, rather than on the more formal stand- ards of past years. This year the Hrst book of "new" grammar was tried in elementary schools throughout New London. The new method will progress one grade each year, reaching NLHS in five years. Meanwhile, teachers in the English de- partment have been familiarizing themselves with the new approaches. Questioned about new techniques for teach- ing English, Mr. Harris, department chairman, replied, "Pads in methods come, go, and remain the same." As for changes in curriculum, mem- bers of the department placed greater stress on composition on the freshman and sophomore levels this year, while new texts were ordered to continue composition training to the junior and senior years. Using these innovations the English depart- ment at New London High continues to develop each student's ability to communicate and com- prehend through written and spoken English. v I! IE' : I ls I - if JOHN s. JACZINSKI, M.S. Vocational-Occupational Department Head ,I IN MR. WILSON'S electronic class students receive valuable experience as they put theory to practical use. john Hodges and Ronald Knight are adjusting a tuner on a TV set. IN ARTS MECHANICS Wayne Hunter, Stephen Carey, and Mike Nazarchyk loosen and remove exhaust pipes and muffler. Edward W. Buchholtz, M.Ed. Industrial Arts Campingg fishing Thomas J. Burke Industrial Arts Antique autosg hunting George H. Gregory, M.A. Industrial Arts Rifle Clubg sailingg golf IN WOOD IV many beautiful pieces of furniture are made. Pat Richardson asks Mr. Mac to check work before continuing. Robert F. Reed, B.S.Ed. Industrial Arts Frosh basketballg boats Harry P. Santangelo, M.S. Industrial Arts Landscapingg traveling Q-"Sb Johnny E. Wilson, B.S. Industrial Arts Electronics 42 Q Lil' .iPT.,q EVERETT L. MCLAUGHLIN Department Head PROPER USE OF tools is a must in woodturning. Peter Nazarko and Mike Ilwan work on required models before they are permitted to start work on their major projects. Ueeupational-Vocational program initiates work experience - - - - BE IT RADIO, TV, or any kind of electrical gadget it can be fixed in the New Whlrrlng machines and dangmg tools are London High electronics shop. Joseph Paolini is tinning soldering copper. familiar sounds in Chapman's basement, where . the industrial arts department strives to develop its students as individuals and increase their manual skill. The department provides courses in woodworking, woodturning, metalworking, mechanical drawing, and machine shop. Whether they study in a classroom or work in the shop, boys gain worthwhile knowledge re- gardless of their future vocational choices. An addition to the industrial arts depart- ment is an occupational-vocational program headed by Mr. Jaczinski. Initiated last year, the program now provides for actual work ex- perience by participants. During a week each boy spends from 12 to 15 hours on the job in any of four kinds of work: automotive service, drafting, small appliance repair, or machine shop. After working in the morning, the stu- dent attends related classes at NLHS. This in- novation provides practical experience for boys interested in industrial arts careers and is a i valuable addition to the programs offered by the occupational-vocational department. rm 43 Lawrence J. Drew, M.A. THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT is set for any emergency. Here Dr. DeAngelis Department Head vaccinares Susan Pierce and Barbara Nahass. Nurse Mrs. Katz helps. LESSONS LEARNED in Phys Ed help these football aspirants. PUSH UPS by Stevie Kosztala and Jeanne Rowe. VFW? .U Y 1,,,,l - . . . ,l r - , . Z 4T,y ,N 'V A Maxeine J. Hayes, B.Ed. Physical Education Cheerleadersg skiingg golf Irene P. Katz, R.N. School Nurse White Caps Louise E. Reynolds, B.S. Physical Education Girls' Athletic Association Palmer A. Sabilia, B.S. Physical Education Sportsg collecting coins 44 PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. This hand stand by John Bailey shows work that is being done in Phys Ed. l UP AND OVER the net for a perfect shot by Margo Neistat. Gym classes are introduced to archery this year PERFECT FORM by Peter Rachleff. In the year 6000 BC, a certain Neanderthal man invented the bow and arrow. This year at New London High School, students taking phy- sical education experienced the same feeling of discovery when they began their spring term devoted to archery. The physical education de- partment's introduction of archery gave students the chance to try their hand at this novel sport. In addition to archery, basketball, volleyball, softball, and bowling are parts of the sports curriculumg both halves of the gym frequently ring with excited shouts as classes compete in these sports. The department promotes physical fitness by requiring daily calisthenics for girls and more rigorous exercises for boys. Because interest in sports often extends beyond com- pulsory gym classes for sophomores and fresh- men, the department sponsors intramural contests in basketball and volleyball among boys at New London High School. The constantly expanding program of the physical education department helps build phy- sical well-being for its students, and instills standards of discipline and good sportsmanship. WILLIAM J. WHELAN, B.S. Secondary Educable Department Head ill MISS PECK discusses new books to a junior English class. NLHS program is pioneer in field of special education For the past five years New London High THE REFERENCE BOOK section of the library is visited by Andrew School has been a Pioneer in education for the Pappas for that English theme which is due very very soon. educable mentally retarded. Under the direc- p tion of Mr. Whelan, the special education department offers a course combining academic l subjects and practical experience. The present twenty high-school age students have spent their first two years in learning such subjects as Eng- lish and mathematics, with homemaking for the girls and shop for the boys. The second phase of the program consists of participation in the Educational Work Experience Training Pro- gram. A student spends part of his day attend- ing classes and then works for a few hours at job stations at Seaside Regional Center, where he gains manual skills and proper work at- titudes. After completing this training, each student is given the opportunity to obtain a part time paying job in a local business estab- lishment of some kind. The special education departments program does much in a formerly neglected area, and the department is richly rewarded by the number of students who graduate to lead satis- fying lives. l 46 ' Virginia E. Kerr Assistant to the librarian , Travel, jewelry - ' fx Frances E. Peck, B.S. Librariang library club Theater, Gardening nz .' I, y , A 33:63 Q- Robert J. Reagan, B.S. Special Education Basketball coach john A. Young, B.S. Driver Education Baseball coach HISTORY STUDENTS john McCarthy and jim Woviotis do research on their assignment in the library. Library acquires more hooks and begins record collection IT'S DIFFICULT to decide which novel to read first when there are so many to choose from. Andy Pappas and john Scanlon have that problem. who Wouldn t enjoy practice drlvlng In a 1967 Plymouth Fury III? The Plymouth, newly acquired by New London High's driver educa- tion department, served as an added incentive to the students enrolled in driver education this year. The classroom segment of the course con- centrated on rules of driving courtesy and safety. After weeks of this intensive preparation, Mr. Young, the driving instructor, allowed his S111- dents to begin behind-the-wheel training in the new car. With the summer addition of extra shelving the NLHS library enlarged its capacity to sat- isfy the literary needs of all students. To fill up the new shelves, Miss Peck, head librarian, purchased more encyclopedias, biographies, best- sellers and classics. In addition Miss Peck began a record collection to be further developed in the new high school. Designed primarily to help students overcome audio-lingual difficul- ties, the collection includes comprehension and remedial records, aids to more effective English usage, and history records with supplementary books supplying additional data. 47 ,.,--..,-'S' ,- JUNE WIGDEN is secretary to the main MARJORIE McCULLEY is the attendance MARGERY BROWN is secretary to the office. Lillian Carlyle is the office receptionist. secretary. Agatha O'Neill is registrar. vice-principal. Johanna Shea is guidance sec- retary. Vital services of versatile staffs help school run smoothly AFTER A hearty meal students like to relax, read or gossip in patio. Fifi' .....af.r-5 i .-.1-51211. .. .. LM...--.......i Who keeps NLHS warm in winter, polishes the gym floor, and shovels paths through drifts of snow? The answer is, of course, our versatile custodial stall. The janitors, at work long be- fore and after each school day, greatly aid the smooth running of the educational machinery. Every day during fourth period, throngs of famished Whalers crowd into the lunch lines to prove the efforts of the cafeteria staff suc- cessful. This popular team whips up a delicious daily menu, and serves lunch with a warm manner and pleasant smiles. Tantalizing odors pervade New London High's corridors as the staff sends out advance notice of its lunchtime magic to all students. Daily notices, absentee lists, student records, mimeographing, typing, handling calls-the efforts of the NLHS secretarial staff are con- stantly in demand. Its members are the general ofhce secretaries, the attendance clerk, secretaries to the principal, vice-principal, and guidance, and the receptionist. Their diligent work, cheerfully performed, is virtually indispensable to the school's functioning. 1 Y ..' GRINDERS being made by Agnes Coster, Nellie Rockwell, Janie Mauro, Sophie Williams, Lucy JEAN LAUGHLIN Czekala' Cafeteria Manager "-if N4 .ing 5 -f 'Bllfii' THE NOON DAY main course prepared by FACULTY LUNCI-IES checked by Alta McLoughlin, and Connie Mugavero. Marie Beckwith and Maury Johnson. PROVOLONE CHEESE and salami being sliced by Marie Peltier and Virginia Cekala. MEAT LOAF prepared by Margaret Ficarra, Anne Langston, Cecilia Leary. 49 -5 6+ fa LO -4 U 45' - :ss A, Q S014 44 IV 'QV I ll: ', E' w -.g5LLi,'2, Q - O0 VA I is lf. "J " V . A -11 'L1 ,. ' ' K Ex . -f' , IEW" .r , "Ax, . ,oo Q0 n Vg v 74 ,S gli '17 Q1-1 0 L'-lb Q: on , s . ' . 8 il' si .' e1 I' Q .0 V 'W 9 k A 6 0, 1 I I SAK K . ugh 'ff ' ' ' .F tx W 9 0 s J x , . . , E su. 'if V. "2---V , ,ww - , - """11.:.L... ., ' n 1 1,1 . 1, I l 'L ,I ,I YV, H II -. Wa ,.- fl 5.5. 9 . ,, W' Q5 f fi 'ff' Q - wwf Q" Wsai f:"giYg.a - E 1 'SE ' J ,qs '---'Q FM .- K 545 , j x ll H-. f"Llg' " '. wa ,fl 1. if V ,E I, , 1 4 ' f J all ,lf ,X -he fr 'nuff' "L W ' . j"5.V4 w A I .. fa iv W . , L " r EV ,-- vw, -V Q ' , 1 ' '-f:f5'.s . 1121 A ' ., if. , - -g'3,f.f-. fi-'i2i'g:iQ?f75 ' ' fu - -----4. - .J :Q 5,3-71,-X. q .. sz, Pg: 41 5 , ,.6' :4fiI. QYW.:--55.574555 U7 I , T, , '-35? 'F 426: A '::g,-yr. jk-fill., :gt ng Q- -fs THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Jay Scanlon, treasurerg Bettejane Golart, secretaryg jack Paskewich, president. "Cf Seniors are now ready to accept challenges ofthe future ROTARY SCHOLAR, recipient of the Harvard Book Award, and delegate to Boys' Stare, Andy Levinson is President of the Student Council and Clipper Sports editor. Lou Birinyi, also a delegate to Boys' State, is co-captain of the swim team, chief of the announcing staff, and the Clipper's caption editor. 52 The class of 1967 entered New London High in 1963, with anticipation and some trepidation at the prospect of being active members of the high school world. When joined by students from East Lyme at the start of sophomore year, the class earned recognition by being the largest in the student body. Led by their president they entered into the spirit of the school by holding a Sophomore Hop to fill the class treasury. As juniors the class showed a great amount of imaginative ability in originating the Spirit Campaign, a program to raise enthusiasm for the Thanksgiving football game against Fitch. The class climaxed a successful year at the Junior Prom, with the theme "Garden of Paradise" represented in decorations. The Alumni Dance was the first activity un- dertaken by the class of 1967 as seniors. In addition, the seniors sold candy and candles to finance class-sponsored activities. Gino Padoa, the AFS student, travelled from Italy to New London to join the class. Four years of growth behind them, the class of 1967 is now pre- pared to meet the challanges of facing life. QUEEN OF THE JUNIOR PROM, Sabina Piacenza is captain of the cheerleaders and a marshal. jennifer Chesler, co-captain of the squad, is a member of the Student Council, Stage Make-up Crew, and the Marshal Corps. Elyse Olsen, a Make-up Crew member, has been class secretary, a marshal, a Thespian, and an FTA member. DEBBY BECKWITH, queen of the Alumni Dance, happily clutches her crown as she steps down from throne. lm. CLIPPER FACULTY EDITOR, Alison Rivard is secretary of the Forum Club, presi- dent of the French Club, delegate to Girls' State, and a member of the Senior Council and the Thespians. Anne Ellison, the Clipper's associate editor, was formerly circulation manager and is a member of the Marshal Corps, and Thespians. President of the German Club and secretary of the National Honor Society, june Gaffney was a delegate to Girls' State and is presently literary editor for the Clipper. THESE THREE, Ernest Douglas, Paul Haan, and Phil Call, co-captains of the 1967 football teamg have played their last game for New London High. VICE-PRESIDENT of Student Council, Howard Silver has been a 4 year member of the marshals, and a member of the Varsity Club. John Ryzewic was a delegate to Nutmeg Boy's State and is president of the Varsity Club. Also a member of the Varsity Club, Fred Chappelle is on the track team and Senior Council. 'll 53 Senrer class well prepared to accept challenges of future Seniors First Row: ADEL, MARC EDWARD: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Decorating Committee 25 Intramural Basketball 1, 25 Junior Prom Decorat- ing Committeeg Spanish Club 35 Varsity Club 4. AIMETTI, DONALDQARTHUR: Football 1, 2, 3. ALLARD, PAULETTE I.: Choir 1, 2. Second Row: ANDERSON, LESLIE J.: Announcing Staff 2, 3, 45 Clipper 2, 3 QClub Editorl, 45 Compass 4 CArt EditorJ5 French Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 "Mad Woman of Chaillot" 25 Marshals 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Stage and Electrical Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council CAlternateJ 45 Thespians 2, 3, 4 CCorresponding Secretaryjg Variety Show 2. APANASHK, MARCIA JANE: All-Eastern Choir 35 American Field Service 4 CVice-PresidentD5 Chorus 15 Secretary 3: Clipper 2, 35 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 CSecretaryJ5 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Decorating Committeeg "Patience" 35 Pep Squad 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3. BAKER, NANCY LOUISE: American Field Service 3, 45 Ancient History Prize lg Clipper 1, 2, 35 Compass 2, 3, 4 CBusiness Editorlg Connecticut Federation of Student Councils 3 CSecretaryl5 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 International Foreign Lan- guage Club I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committeeg Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4 CCaptainJ5 Stage and Electrical Crew 15 Student Council 1, 2, 3 CReporterD, 4 CSecretaryJ5 Variety Show 2. Third Row: BALINE, IRA MATTHEW: All-Eastern Connecticut Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Announcing Staff 3, Choir I, 2, 3, 45 Compass I5 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 3. BARCLAY, JACK T.: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3.'45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. BARTH, SANDRA LYNN: Cheerleaders 15 German Club 2, 3, 45 Gymleaders 15 Gymnastics Team 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Senior Councilg Student Council 1. Fourth Row: BARTOLUCCI, PETER LEE: Basketball 15 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Council5 Spanish Club 3, 4 CVice-Presi- dentlg Track Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BATES, RICHARD ALLEN: Bowling Club 35 Science Club 1, 3. BAYREUTHER, LEIGH CHRISTIAN: Dramatics Club 15 Intra- mural Soccer 15 Ofhce Assistant 1, 45 Rifle Club 2. Fifth Row: BECKWITH, DEBORAH ANN: American Field Service 45 Cheerleaders 1 CCaptainJ5 Chorus 15 Citizenship Award 15 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 2, 33 Junior Prom Committeeg Latin Club 2, 35 Student Council 1 CSecretaryl, 2, 3, 4. BECKWITH, JAMES W. BELCHER, RICHARD WILLIAM. They made decisions that would affect their future lives 1967 'f ox. l ,flv ,W -ey ff' x 'J ,XT cv 1 1 .ei 15:35 l5liilllW'.g5' Cllllfl X' ' Pb, AFX First Row: ' BELGRADE, JUDITH MARLENE: Choir Accompanist 25 Forum Club 45 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 15 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Stage Crew 2. BELGRADE, NEALE SUSAN: Chess Club 35 Clipper 25 Corn- pass 25 Future Teachers of America 15 Rifle Club 4. BELGRADE, STEVEN. Second Row: BENVENUTI, RICHARD. BERMAN, LAURA HELENE: Band I, 25 Chess Club 15 Dance Band 3, 45 French Club 15 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 fTreasurerJ 45 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTENCOURT, SUSAN MARIE: Baton Club 2, 35 French Club 1, 25 Future Teachers of America I, 2, 3, 45 International Fortggn Language Club 1, 25 Junior Prom Committee, Latin Clu 1. Third Row: BIRINYI, LOUIS K.: Announcing Staff 3, 4 CChiefJ5 Band 15 Nutmeg Boys' State 35 Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Clipper 45 Forum Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Club 45 Stage Crew 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, 4 fCo-CaptainD5 "The Mouse That Roarecl" 45 Track Team 1. BISHOP, SI-IERRY. BLACKWELL, LAVENA: Future Homemakers 1, 25 Newspaper 1, 2. Fourth Row: BONANNO, ELIZABETH FRANCES: Choir 1, 35 Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2. BONELLI, ANNMARIE LUCY: Compass 25 Spanish Club 2. BONELLI, DANIEL PAT: Intramurals 1, 2. Fifth Row: BORKOWSKI, JADZIA: Russian Club 1, 2. BOWES, THOMAS PATRICK: Intramurals 1. BRADSHAW, CAROL ANN: "Caesar and Cleopatra" 15 French Club 2, 35 German Club 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Marshals 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 3, 4 CSecretaryJ5 Stage Crew 15 Student Council 2. 'Fev- 'QR -Ui wlzxvi IEW'- liar-ef' 15. Seniors took over key positions as captains, editors and ru, Xu NULL: ,Q N 1 6 moi to -SN so .Q X l",.,llYjiJ itll! xy! l NU i J V X I It .Seniors ,xi V First Row: BRAILEY, DONALD MERRITT: Basketball 1, Basketball ln- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Nutmeg Boys' State 3, German Club 2, 3, International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4 CPresidentJ, Library Assistant 1. BRANDT, KEVIN: German Club 2, 3, 4, International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Commit- tee, Science Club 1. BRAUN, LINDA DALE: American Field Service 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Dance Committee Chairman 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Clipper 1, 2, 33 Compass 4, Costume Committee 1, 2, Dance Decorating Committee 1, 2, Freshman Chorus, Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3 CSpecial Projects Chairmanj 4, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee Co-Chairman, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Marshals 3, 4, "Patience" 3, Pep Squad 4, Russian Club 3 CPublicity Chairman? 4, Senior Council CTrea- surerj, Student Council 3, Variety Show 4. Second Row: BREWSTER, CLAIRE A.: Compass 4. BROCCOLI, NANCY ANGELINA: Costume Committee 4, Drama Guild 4, Future Nurses 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 1, Science Club 1. BROCKETT, PAUL EATON. Third Row: BRODASKI, JAMES. BRODEUR, ROBERT LOUIS: American Field Service 4, An- nouncing Stalf 3, 4, Drama Guild 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Montrealers 3, Senior Council, Stage Crew 4. BRYANT, KENNETH: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 4. Fourth Row: BUCKNELL, HOWARD IV: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3. BURKE, JAMES DENNIS. BURKE, ROBERT ALAN: American Field Service 2, 3, 4 C-Presidenrbg Class Treasurer 3, Foreign Exchange Student to Sweden 33 Junior Prom Committee, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. f'Eifth Row: NHAM, ROBERT E.: American Field Service 4, Basket- l 1, Football 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, International Foreign jranguage Club 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, junior Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, Montrealers 3, Track Team 1. BYCHOWSKY, PAUL DANIEL: Announcing Staff 2, Football 2, 3, Intramurals 3, Junior Prom Committee. CABLE, ROBERT BERNARD: Marshals 1. E 532 . . 4-' ,lv X "Q-P' x, 1 .1 officers as they gradually adjusted to leading the school 1967: S3511 is la, First Row: CALDWELL, BRENDA. CALL, PHILIP MARTIN: American Field Service 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4 CCaptainJg Football 2, 3, 4 CCo-Captainbg French Club 2, 3g International Foreign Language Club 3, Intramural Basket- ball 25 Junior Prom Committee: Montrealers 33 Varsity Club 3, 4 CVice-Presidentb. CARBONI, SALLY ANN: Science Club 2. Second Row: CARLSON, AN I . CARONIA, ROSEANN F. CASCIO, PETER MICHAEL: Baseball 2 fManagerJg Football 1. Third Row: CASEY, HUGH DANIEL: International Foreign Language Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. CASEY, PATRICIA H.: Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. CAWLEY, MARY ELLEN: Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Girls' Athletic Association 1. Fourth Row: CERCENA, ELEANOR ELIZABETH: Bowling Club 1, Chorus 1. CHAMBERLAIN, MARIANNA HELEN: Clipper 3: Dance Decorating Committee 2, Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3,- 4 CCustodianD, Thespians 43 Variety Show 3 CAssistant Studc Directory CHANN, STEVEN. Fifth Row: CHAPMAN, IRENE MAY: Alumni Dance Committee 4: Bowl- ing Club 2, 3, 4: Future Nurses 'lg Rifle Club 2. CHAPPELL, LINDA JOYCE: Bowling Club 4. CHAPPELLE, FREDERICK THOMAS: Basketball lg Senior Council, Student Council 1, Track Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Seniors First Row: CHESLER, JENNIFER HOPE: American Field Service 4, "Caesar and Cleopatra" 1, Cheerleader 3, 4 CCo-Captainh, French Club I, 2, 3, International Foreign Language Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Montrealets 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4. CHRISTIANSEN, SCOTT: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. CLARK, FERN H.: Alumni Dance Decorating Committee 4, Bowling Club 2, 3 CTreasurerD, 4 CSecretaryJ, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2. Second Row: CLARKE. STANLEY G. CLOUTIER, MICHELE. CODER, AGNES ELLEN: Costume Committee 3, 4, Drama Guild 4, Girls' Athletic Association 2. Third Row: CODY, EDWARD S. COLLINS, DAVID MICHAEL: Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Senior Council, Track Team 2, 3, Var- sity Club 3, 4. COLLINS, RUTH FRANCES: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Dra- matics Club 1, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Office Assistant 1. As freshmen the class successfully underwent transitions AN ACTIVE THESPIAN, Leslie Ander- son is the Clipper Club editor, Compass art editor, a marshal, and member of the Stage Crew. Nancy Baker, winner of the DAR and Elks awards, is business manager of the Compass, secretary of the Student Council, and co-captain of the Marshal Corps. Sue Taylor, editor-in- chief of the Clipper, received the CAWDC award, was a delegate to Girl's State, and is vice-president of the Na- tional Honor Society, a four-year honor member of the Student Council, choir accompanist, and a Rotary Scholor. 1967 First Row: CONNORTON, JOAN ELLEN: Chess Club 1: Chorus 15 Future Physicians 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Montrealers 2, 35 Newspaper 1 1Art Editor75 Russian Club 2, 3, 4 CSecretaryD. COOK, BRADY LEE: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Track Team 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3. COOKSON, DONNA LEE: Baton Club 45 Class Treasurer 25 Clipper Advertising 15 Compass Representative 25 French Club 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers of America 45 International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3: junior Prom Committee5 Marshals 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 35 Stage Crew 1. Second Row: COREY, LINDA LOUISE: "Caesar and Cleopatra" Ig Clipper Advertising 15 French Club 15 Future Teachers of America 45 Rifle Club 3, 45 Stage Crew 1. CORPUZ, ANTHONY S. CRAMER, ROBERT GARY: Basketball 45 Freshman Basketballg Intramural Basketball 35 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Third Row: CROSBY, WILLIAM. DAHL, CHRISTIAN KRAFT: Compass 1, 2, 3g French Club 4g Student Council iAlternateJ 3, 4. D'AMICO, GENEVIEVE AGNES: American Field Service 1, 2, 3, 45 Alumni Dance Committee 4: Bowling Club 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 45 Clipper l, 2, 3, 45 Compass 35 Costume Committee 3 CSecretaryD 45 Dance Decorating Committee 25 Forum Club 45 French Club 15 Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4 CSpecial Projects Chairmanjg Girls' Athletic Association 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committeeg Marshals 2, 3, 45 Oflice Assistant 2, 35 Rifle Club 45 Science Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 4. Wal? wiv-S 1? K 6- Wire from bewildered newcomers to accepted school members PRESIDENT OF THE FORUM CLUB, Wes Slate is a Thespian, sports editor of the Compass, and Theme editor of the Clipper. Gino Padoa, a native of Italy, is this year's AFS exchange stu- dent. Dave Spitz is chairman of the National Honor Society, co-editor-in- chief of the Compass, and a member of the Senior Council. As sophomores they became largest class in the student Seniors First Row: DAVIDSON, GARY LESLIE: Bowling Club 3g Compass Rep- resentative 33 Science Club 1 fPresidenrJ, 2g Student Council. DAY, KATHLEEN JEAN. DEBARTOLO, THOMAS EDWARD: German Club 2, 3, 4 CVice-Presidenrj. Second Row: DECOSTA, RICHARD DONALD. DEMPSEY, CATHERINE SUSAN: Bowling Club 1, 2g Future Nurses 3g Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. DEMPSEY, HELEN PRISCILLA: Bowling Club 2, 33 Future Nurses 1, 25 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Rifle Club 4 Third Row: DEY, CONSTANCE E.: Art Club 15 Basketball Intramurals 15 Chorus lg French Club 1, 2, Future Teachers of America 43 Girls' Athletic Association 25 German Club 3, International Foreign Language Club 3, 4, junior Olympics lg Oflice Assistant 3g Pep Squad 3g Rifle Club 4g Science Club I CVice-Presidentbg Student Council 3. DICKINSON, ERIC WAYNE. DISTEFANO, ROCHELLE HELEN: Bowling Club 2g Clipper 3 Undex Editorb, 4 CSenior Album Edirorjg Forum Club 43 French Club 1, 2g Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Stage audi Electrical Crew 1, 29 Student Council 1, 4g Thespians 1, 2, 3, . Fourth Row: DIXON, VALERIE JEANNE: Compass Representative Ig Fu- ture Nurses 4g Future Teachers of America 4g International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, Latin Club Ig Spanish Club 2, 33 Stage Make-Up Crew 2. DODSON, DIANA LOUISE: Marshals 1g Rifle Club 2, 3. DONOVAN, WILLIAM PATRICK. Fifth Row: DOUCHETTE, JUNE. DOUGLAS, EMMETT: Intramural Basketball 1. DOUGLAS, ERNEST VINCENT: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g International Foreign Language Club 33 Track Team 23 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. hody and they organized the schooI's first sophomore hop 1967 First Row: ' DOUROS, LINDA. DOVER, FRANK B.: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. DRISCOLL, ELIZABETH: American Field Service 3, 4, Clipper 2, Compass 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 1, International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Oilice Assistant 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4. Second Row: DROHOMYRECKY, ALEX. DUGGAN, WILLIAM B. EDWARDS, THOMAS MICHAEL: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2. Third Row: EGAN, PATRICIA LEE, Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Stage Make-Up Crew I, 2, 3, 4. . ELFENBEIN, ROBERTA JANE: American Field Service 4, Baton Club 2, 3, 4 CBand Leader, Vice-Presidenth, Clipper 1, 2, 3, International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4, Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Montrealers 3, Senior Council, Spanish Club 3, 4, Stage and Electrical Crew 1. ELLIOT, DIANE FRANCIS: Announcing StaH 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 4, German Club 4, Tennis Club 1. Fourth Row: ELLIS, WILLIAM FRANKLYN: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, International Foreign Language Club 3, 4, Track Team 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ELLISON, ANNE WENDELI.: Announcing Staf 4, Clipper 2, 3 CCirculation Managerj, 4 CAssociate Editorjg Compass 1, Forum Club 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Marshals 4, Montrealers 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Stage and Electrical Crew 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4 CSecretaryJ, Variety Show 2. ENDERS, GAYLE SAYRE: American Field Service 3, 4, Band 1, 2, "Caesar and Cleopatra" 1, Clipper 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses 4, Future Teachers of America 4, Inter- national Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3,'4, "Mad Woman of Chaillot" 2, Pep Squad 4, Rifle Club 3, Stage Crew 1, Student Council 2, Thespians 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 4. Fifth Row: FABBRI, DONNA MARGARET: Chorus 1, Future Nurses 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Latin Club 2. FAHEY, CAROL FRANCES: Bowling Club 3, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 CPresidentD, Junior Prom Decorating Committee. FAHEY, JOSEPH B.: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track Team 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. THE STUDENT COUNCIL. Front Row: Deborah Smith, Rochelle Alter, Eleanor Orenstein, Linda Swider, Sherry York, Candy Hall, Diane Beckwith, Nancy Klingerman, Toni Grillo, Janet Fike, Nancy Mellow. Second Row: Janice Rogovin, Marilyn Messacar, Fern Paquette, Sabina Piacenza, Faith Margolis, Nancy Baker, Patricia Chance, jane Ginsberg, Jennifer Chesler, Judy LeBlanc. Third Row: Louis Fiano, Sandra John- son, Nancy Cassanerio, Particia Guazzo, Susan Taylor, june Gaffney, Barbara Reimer, Deborah Concly, john Kellander, Deborah Beckwith. Top Row: Gino Padoa, Dana MacNamee, Howard Silver, Cort Wagner, Robert Burke, Richard Fabricant, Henry Berman, Andrew Levinson, Michael Goldstein. Student Council sponsors elections, dances, and hook fair THE STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Louis Fiano, Tteasurerg Nancy Baker, Sectetaryg Howard Silver, Vice-Presidentg Cort Wagner, Reporter, Andrew Levin- son, President. Working with the administration in plan- ning and carrying out student policy constitutes " the principal duty of New London High School's Student Council. Composed of dele- gates and alternates elected from each home- room in October, the Student Council strives to represent the will of the student body. This year the Council conducted class elec- tions, sold book covers and pencils, sponsored dances throughout the year, ran the canned food drive, and assisted in the selection of new mar- shals. The Book Fair, a popular sale of paper- back books, was again organized by the Council and held in the gymnasium. One of the most valuable of the Student Council committees, the Problems and Ob- jectives Committee serves as an open forum for proposals to be presented to the Council. The Membership Qualifying Committee and the Elections Committee perform equally important tasks for the Council. Although the activities of the Student Coun- cil are varied, it works toward a single goal: "to develop the qualities of good citizenship" by exposing students to the elements of repre- sentative government. Senior Council organizes and directs senior class projects "Ya-ay Nationalists! Ya-ay Federalistslu screamed excited party members at a political rally last summer. The fact that their parties were imaginary creations did not dampen the enthusiasm of the 14 NLHS delegates to Girls' and Boys' States at UConn. They formed town- ships, elected general assemblies, wrote and de- bated bills and organized separate parties. The weeks' climax was a formal ball where state oilicials were inaugurated after a noisy, hectic campaign. The Senior Council is responsible for senior class projects. This year Council members sup- ervised the sale of candy and candles, chose the glass gift, collected class dues, and organized the Commencement Dance. Often the scenes of heated discussions, Senior Council meetings provide an opportunity for students to express freely their opinions on class business. THE SENIOR COUNCIL. Front row: Linda Braun, Toni Grillo, Alison Rivard, Bobbi Elfenbein, Jo-Ann Klingerman, Artelia Green, Bonnie Manchester. Middle row: james jones, Peter Bartolucci, Betteiane Golart, Tammy Tytla, Steve Stoklosa, George Gierharr, john Paskewich. Top row: David Spitz, james Flanningan, Fred Chappell, Jeff Schneider, David Collins, Richard McNamara, Robert Brodeur. THE GIRLS' STATE MEMBERS. Susan Taylor, Alison Rivard, June Gaffney. NUTMEG BOYS' STATE. Front row: jack Paskewich, Andrew Levinson. Middle row: Peter Foye, jay Scanlon, Alan Gracewski. Top row: Cort Wagner, John Ryzewic, Donald Brailey, Louis Birinyi. 65 The class of 1967 chose " afden pjfparadisef' a triumph me J Nw lXQ kr? l ,J I Q r 'www Seniors First Row: FARAGO, MICHAEL: Football 1, 2. FARIA, DAVID FARIA, DAVID M.: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, Track Team 1, 2. Second Row: FARIA, DENNIS: Band 1, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Track Team 1, 2. FARINA, FRANK ANTHONY: American Field Service 3g Future Teachers of America 1, 2, International Foreign Language Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, 4, Russian Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, Track Team 1, 2 CManagerJ. FATTORI, JUDY ANNE: Choir 3, 4: Chorus lg Dramatics Club lg French Club 2, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Montrealers 2: "Patience" 3: Service Club 1. Third Row: FELDMAN, LINDA ROSE: Choir 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 1, 2 CSpecial Projects Chairmanl, 3 QTreasurerD, 4 CVice-Presidentjg Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee. FERGUSON, LORRAINE LEE. EERGUSON, ROBERT DAVID: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Fourth Row: FIANO, LOUIS JOHN: Bowling Club 1, Football 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. FLANNIGAN, JAMES EDWARD: Clipper 2, 3, 49 Future Physicians 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4 CPresidentD, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. FLOYD, JAMES W. Fifth Row: FOGLEMAN, JEAN LOUISE: Chorus I. FOYE, PETER CHARLES: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Compass 2, 3, 4, Football 1: International Foreign Language Club 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2: Marshals 2, 3, 4: Nutmeg Boys' State 3: Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4 CSecretaryD. FREEMAN, MARILYN SUE: Announcing Staff 3, 4: Clipper 3, 4g Forum Club 3: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Physicians 25 Gymleadets lg International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian Assistant li National Honor Society 3, 4: Stage Crew 3. of artistic heauty, as theme of long awaited junior prom 1967 First Row: FRICKE, LINDA CAROL: Choir 3, 45 Chorus I5 Dramatics Club 15 French Club 25 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Montrealers 25 "Patience" 35 Rifle Club 25 Service Club 1. FULCHIERO, CHRISTINA FLAVIA: Basketball Intramurals 15 Chorus 15 Clipper Circulation 35 French Club 25 Future Phy- sicians 2, 35 Montrealets 25 Russian Club 3, 4 CPresidentJ. FULLER, LEONARD C.: Russian Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 15 Track Team 2. Second Row: GAFFNEY, JUNE ELLEN: American Field Service 45 Cheer- leaders 15 Clipper 4 CLiterary Editor75 Clipper Circulation 35 French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Physicians 2, 35 German Club 2, 3 CTreasurerD, 4 Cljresidentpg International Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Laurel Girls' State 35 Montrealers 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4 CSecretaryD5 Student Council 4. GARDNER, DIANA LEE: French Club 25 Future Nurses 25 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. GARRETT, JOHN MILTON: Baseball 35 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball 25 Track Team 1, 2. Third Row: GERSHOWITZ, SANDRA ANN: Chairman of School Service Chest Drive 35 Clipper 3, 45 French Club 1, 2, 35 Future Teach- ers of America 1, 2, 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 "1984" 25 Stage Crew 1, 25 Student Council 2, 35 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4. GERWICK, DONALD W.: Freshman Football CCaptainJ5 Rus- sian Club 45 Student Council 15 Wrestling 1, 2. GIERHART, GEORGE BARRY: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 15 Football I, 2, 3, 45 German Club 45 International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Councilg Track Team 1. Fourth Row: GILBERT, EDWARD CLAYTON. GODARD, GLORIA JOYCE: Dramatics Club 1. GOLART, BETTEJANE: Alumni Dance Publicity Chairman 45 American Field Service 3, 45 Class Secretary 45 Clipper 3, 45 Compass 2, 3 CBusiness Managerl, 4 CCo-Editorjg Forum Club 3, 45 French Club I, 2, 3 CSecretaryJ, 45 International Foreign Language Club 1, Z, 39 Latin Club 3, 45 Marshals 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Senior Council fSecretarYl: Stage Make-Up Crew 2, 3 EiAssistanr Co-Ordinatorl, 45 Student Council 1, 3, 45 Thespians 3, - Fifth Row: GOODE, SHARYN LEE: Girls' Athletic Association 2. GRACEWSKI, ALAN STEPHEN: Band 15 Basketball 15 Cross Country 15 Future Physicians 25 Gymleaders 15 Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Rifle Club 25 Soccer 15 Track Team I. GRANT, ERROL. .Fourth Row: Finally, as seniors, they reached the summit and then Seniors First Row: GREENE, ARTELIA: Announcing Staff 3, 45 Bowling Club 25 Choir 2, Clipper 3, 4: Compass Representative 3: Freshman Chorus: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Council. GREENE, LINDA M.: Clipper 3g Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: Montrealers 3: Stage Make-Up Crew 2, 3, 4. GREINER, JOHN WARREN: Chess Club 2: Forum Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Spanish I Prize: U. S. History Prize 3. Second Row: GREW, HOWARD CHARLES: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. GRILLO, TONIMARIE: Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club 1: Ofiice Assistant 2, 33 Science Club 1, Senior Councilg Student Council 4. GRONDZIK, HELEN MARY: Costume Committee 4. Third Row: HADLEY, AUDREY: Future Nurses 2: Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 1. HAMILTON, BEVERLY ANN: Bowling Club 2, Future Nurses 2. HAMMERSTROM, DAVID NELS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3. NN, PAUL. QARRISON, DONALD WAYNE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2,'3, 4g Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4 CCG-Captainjg Track Team l, 2: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. HAYES, KATHLEEN. -..g,, V, :gk Row: I-IEALEY, CONNIE LOREEN: Baton Club 3, 45 Dramatics Club Gym-leaders Ig junior Prom Committee, Newspaper 1, Service ,b 1. - --EDDlNG, WAYLAND. HICKS, LORELIE L.: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 4. they prepared to leave familiar surroundings of NLHS 'E gn-Q 1967 First Row: HIGGINS, PAUL KEVEN: Band 2. HIGHAM, MARK R.: Track Team I. HILL, JUAN ITA. Second Row: HINDSLEY, LINDA. HIRT, GLENN ROBERT. I-IOBBS, PENELOPE FAITH. Third Row: HODGDON, ELIZABETH: Chess Club 15 Clipper 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 4g Marshals 2, 3, 43 Monrrealers 53 Spanish Club 45 Stage and Electrical Crew 1, 2, 5, 4 CCreW Chiefbg Student Council 1, 2g Thespians 2 CRecording Secretaryj, 3, 4 CVice- Presiclentj. ' HOMINICK, CAROL: Office Assistant 3, 4. JACKSON, WILLIAM HARRISON: Football 23 French Club 4. Fourth Row: JACQUES, MADELINE ANNE. " JAILLET, LINNES MARIE: Art Club lg Chorus lg French Club 4' Intramurals 1. JANECEK, KURT. A Fifth Row: 'V A JANUS, CONNIE E.: Art Club 15 Basketball lg Science Club Track Team 1. lf' IANUS, FLORENCE. JENKINS, BEVERLY ANN. K ,E we Q l Y' Seniors MARCIA APANASHK is the vice-president of the AFS, was the sophomore Class secretary and is secretary of the French Club. Co-editor of the Compass, Bettejane Golart is also class secretary and a marshal. Lincla Braun, class treasurer, was also Junior Prom decorating Co-chairman and a member of pep squad. I Capability, responsibility, activity, diligence were qualities First Row: JENKINS, LINNEA L.: Chorus lg French Club 1, 2: Interna- tional Foreign Language Club 2, 3g Intramurals 1. JENKS, RICHARD WILLIAM: Intramural Basketball 1, Rifle Club 2, 3 CTreasurerD, 4 CPresiclentDg Rilie Team 2, 3, 4 CCap- tainjg Student Council 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. JEZIERSKI, WILLIAM RUSSELL: Audio-Visual Club 15 Rifle Club 3, 4g Shop Club 1. Second Row: JOHNSON, ELODY MARIE: Baton Club 2, 3, 4 CLeader, Presi- rdentbg Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 45 International For- eign Language Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Council 3. JOHNSON, SANDRA MARIE: Art Club 1: Chorus Ig Future -.Nurses 2. ONES AMES BEN AMIN R Basketball Intramurals 1 2 L ,J J J .: , , l lla -3, 4: Compass 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: International Foreign language Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club 2: lfle Club 35 Science Club 1: Senior Council, Spanish Club 4: fimming Team 1: Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. X, ' 'Rowz K .S, SUSAN ELIZABETH: Clipper 35 Compass 3, Dance rating Committee 2, Spanish Club 4, Stage Make-up Crew 3 CCustodianD, 4, Student Council lg Thespians 4. I ELLEN R.: Chorus lg French Club 1, 2: International ge Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1: Spanish Club 4. A, PAUL JAMES. .-QQ -ur 0,41 .L T' ' -I BLDC? . Six to slot if KS fe C .P X, CO-CAPTAIN of the Swim Team, Don Harrison is on the track team and a member of the band, Peter Bartolucci, also a member of the band, is a Senior Council representative and vice-president of the Spanish Club. Lou Fiano is on the football squad and a four-year Student Council member. so which stood the class in good stead throughout the year A K' 3. Gb 9 First Row: KAPLAN, JEFFREY A.: Announcing Staff 2, 3, 43 Golf Team 1, 25 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. KEENEN, KATHLEEN. KEENE, GLORIA LINDA: Dance Decorating Committee 1, 25 Science Club 1. Second Row: KELLANDER, JOHN H.: Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball CManagerJ 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 2, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. KELLEY, LINDA WRIGHT: Future Teachers of America 35 Spanish Club 1, 2. IEEEN, JANET E.: Cheerleaders 15 Dramatics Club 15 French lu 1. .J Third Row: KEY, LEVERN: Announcing Stal? 3, 45 Clipper 3, 4, Compas 45 Costume Committee 3, 4 fSecretaryJg Dance Decorating Corn mittee 3, 43 Drama Guild 4g Future Teachers of America ? iBulletin Board Chairmanhg Girls' Athletic Association 1,413 national Foreign Language Club 3, 45 Oflice Assistant 4gf,C and Scroll 4g Thespians 4. ' KISCHEL, FAYE-ELAINE: French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' . leric Association 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 4, Stage Makeg... Crew 2, 3, 4. , il KLEPACH, GEORGE THOMAS: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Bowijj Club 2g Dance Decorating Committee 3, 4g Intramural Bal, 4 ball 1, 2, 3g Spanish Club 4. Gino Padoa the afs exchange student, arrived from Italy Seniors First Row: KLINGERMAN, JO ANNE: Chorus lg Clipper 4: Dramatics Club 15 Library Assistant 13 Montrealers 5: Senior Councilg Serv- ice Club 1. KNIGHT, RONALD T.: Cross Country 1. KOONCE, CHARLES JIMMY: Baseball lg Soccer 5. Second Row: KOSZTALA, JOSEPH PAUL: Cross Country 4, Football 4. KOVALSKY, ABBY: Clipper Advertising lg French Club 1, 2, Future Nurses 1, 2, 5, Marshals 1, 2, 5: Stage and Electrical Crew 1, Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 5, 4g Student Council 2g Thespians 1 ,2, 5, 4. KRAL, JOYCE BARBARA: Chorus 1, French Club 1: Future Nurses 2, 5, 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 5, 4, Intramurals 1, Montrealers 5g Service Club 1. Third Row: LABRIE, JAMES T. LACOUR, JONATHAN POWERS: Hockey 1: International For- eign Language Club 2, 5, 43 Library Club 1 QPresiclentJg Spanish Club 2, 5, 4: Tennis Team 1 CPresiclentJ, 2, 5, 4, Travel Club 1 CPresidentJg Varsity Club 5, 4. LANCASTER, KATHRYN JEANETTE: Bowling Club 35 Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 5, 4g Spanish Club 5. Fourth Row: LARSON, GREGORY. LARSON, KURT GUASTA: Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 39 Key Club 5: Wrestling 5. LATHZKM, LYNN JANE: Art Club 1g Choir lg Clipper Adver- tising . Fifth Row: LATHROP, JAMES KNOX: Basketball lg Cross Country lg De- bating Team 2g French Club 1, 2: Future Physicians 25 Mon- trealers 32 Shop Club 1, Stage Crew 2. LEN, STEPHEN. LEONE, THERESA JACQUELINE. seniors showed spirit of 67 hy winning spirit campaign 1967 it First Row: LEVINSON, ANDREW JAY: CFSC Workshop 53 Compass 2, Football 2, Forum Club 5, 43 Marshals 1, 2, 5, 43 National Honor Society 5, 43 Nutmeg Boys' State 5: Quill and Scroll 5, 43 Rotary Scholar 43 Student Council 1, 5, 4 CPresidentD, Tennis Team 1, 2. LEVY, MARGOT ANNE: French Club 1, 2, 5, 4g Future Nurses 1, 2, 5: Future Teachers of America 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 5, 43 Stage and Electrical Crew 1, 2, 5, 45 Stage Make- Up Crew 1, 2, 5, 4, Thespians 5, 4. LITWIN, VICTORIA ANN: Freshman Choir. Second Row: LYONS, LILLIAN THERESA: Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 5, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 5, 43 Stage Make-Up Crew 2. LYTLE, RONALD I. W.: Football 13 Science Club 1. MAGGI, DENNIS ANDREW: Football 2, 5, 4, Track Team 1, 2. Third Row: MAGYORSI, SANDRA: Choir 5, Chorus 1, 2. MANCHESTER, BONNIE SUE: Announcing Staff 13 Cheer- leaders 1, Future Teachers of America 2, 5, 4, German Club 2, 5, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Gymleaders 13 Latin Club 2, 5, Rifle Club 2, 5, 45 Science Club 13 Senior Council: Student Council 1, 5, 4. MANUEL, SAMUEL LEE: Band 1, 23 Football 2, 5, 4. Fourth Row: MARGOLIS, FAITH MARION: Clipper Advertising 1, Forum Club 43 Future Nurses 5, 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 5, 4, International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 5, 43 Junior Prom Commitgeeg Latin Club lg Spanish Club 5, 4, Student Councif 1, 2, 5, . MARIANI, CAROL ANN: Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 5, 4. MARQUAND, WILLARD. , 2' .gf Fifth Row: A- I MARSHALL, KAREN DAY: Chorus 1, Clipper Advertising 5, 4g French Club 2, 5, 43 Future Teachers of America 53 Girls' Athletic Association 23 Gymleaders 1, International Foreign Lan? guage Club 2, 5, 4, Montrealers 53 Newspaper 1. - MARTIN, JUNE LORRAINEZ Art Club 1, 2, 5, Choir 1, 2, 5, 45 Girls' Varsity 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 2. MATHIEUS, DONNA L.: Bowling Club 1, 2, 53 Choir 5 Chorus 1, 2. ,. Marshals police traffic in Chapman and Bartlett corridors THE SENIOR MARSHALS. First row: Carol Bradshaw, Elyse Olsen, Linda Braun. Second row: Roberta Elfenbien, Bettyiane Golart, Nancy Baker. Third row: Donna Cookson, Sabina Piacenza, jennifer Chesler, Fourth row: Louis Fiano, Anne Ellison, Jack Paskewich. Fifth row: George Gierharr, Howie Silver, jay Scanlon. Top row: Peter Foye, Wes Slate, Andy Levinson, jim Flanagan. mm www ...,,f..-,J .v., .:.....Y..,,-. rv W-- wi 'S f 72 Patrolling the busy intersections of New London High is the job of the Marshal Corps, one of the school's largest organizations. Mem- bers of the corps keep an orderly flow of trafic in the Chapman and Bartlett buildings, singling out students who do not conform. These capable leaders of the school follow their orders strictly and reprimand even their friends. Instead of shirking his duty to escape being pounced upon by upperclassmen, a mar- shal persists unflinchingly in his command: "These stairs are up only!" Members of the three upper classes who fill the ranks of the Marshal Corps are stationed at strategic spots throughout the school to prevent confusion among freshmen or new students. Since marshals are excused from classes live minutes before bells, their job may seem en- viable. Yet these hard-Working policemen sacri- fice class time to serve fellow students. THE MARSHALS keep the trafhc moving in an orderly fashion. THE JUNIOR MARSHALS. Front row: Robert Long, Marilyn Messe- Frank, Deena Zelken, Gladys Rivera, Beth Bernstein, JoAnne Guazzo, cat, Ruth Thorp, Deborah Condy, Sandy Johnson, Pat Chance, Kathy Leslie Hauss, Wanda Gordon. Top Row: Charlie Katz, Marty Leif, Sebastian, Donna Vendetto, Dana MacNamee. Middle row: Maxine Richard Fabricant, Steve Reagan, Rick Birinyi, Barry Wilensky. Three upper classes fill the ranks ofthe M r hal Cor THE SOPHOMORE MARSHALS. Front row: Allene Levy, Karen Mildred Ross, Jacqueline Kydd, Marianna Gaynor, Carolyn Dodds, Federman, Carolyn Gerofsky, Terry Jacobs, Marylou Ploszaj, Debra Roberta Sturgis. Top row: Michael Rawolle, Greig Wagner, Carol Zorta, Deborah Smith. Middle row: Patricia Sebastian, Janet Fike, Rudolph, Patricia Guazzo, Janice Rogovin, Mark Collins. I I' 73 .-- ff-4 . 9 rw or f rf' F, , .4,,f - Seniors hecame well acquainted with guidance counselors ' XA by QM Seniors First Row: MATTISON, DONNA LYNNE: Biology Club 1, Chorus 1, Clipper 4g Dramatics Club 15 Future Nurses 23 Future Physi- cians 2, 3g Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Newspaper 1. MAYO, ELLEN MARIE: Clipper Advertising 4, Forum Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 43 Future Nurses 2, 3. MCBRIDE, MICHAEL. Second Row: MCBRIDE, THOMAS. MCCAHILL, RICHARD M. MCFARLAND, NATALIE: Cheerleader 4, Future Nurses 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, International Foreign Lan- guage Club 3, 4, junior Prom Committee, Pep Squad 35 Russian Club 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. Third Row: MCILWAIN, SUSAN CAROL: Baton Club 1, Gymleaders 1, Newspaper 1. MCINTYRE, MARGARET MARY: Future Nurses 1. MCLAUGHLIN, CAROLYN YVONNE: Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Stage Make-Up Crew 1. Fourth Row: MCLAUGHLIN, DEVERON RUFUS: Rifle Club 3. MCNAMARA, Richard Rainville: American Field Service 45 Compass lg Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4, Junior Prom Committeeg Montrealers 33 Senior Councilg Soccer 2g Varsity Club 4. MEDINA, RITA CAROL: Cheerleader 4, Clipper 1, 2, Costume Committee 3, Future Teachers of America 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2g International Foreign Language Club 43 Pep Squad 33 Rifle Club 4g Spanish Club 4, Variety Show 3, 4. Fifth Row: MELLOW, NANCY ANN: American Field Service 45 Clipper 1g Future Nurses 2 CTreasurerJ, 3 fVice-Presidentl, 4 CPresi- dentlg German Club 3, 45 junior Prom Committeeg Montrealers 3, Office Assistant 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, Stage Crew 1, Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 45 Variety Show 2. MENGHI, JOSEPH ANTHONY. l211'lgS2NA, FRANK WALTER: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club as they inquired into chosen college and job opportunities 1967 First Row: METCALF, DEBORAH ANN: Baton Club Ig Clipper 3, 4, Glee Club Ig Montrealers 4: Newspaper 1. MILLER, FRANCES ANNA: Future Nurses 1, 2. MILLER, KATHRYN EMMA: Choir 1. Second Row: MILLER, LESTER C.: Basketball 1. MILLER, ROBERT KENNETH. MONROE, MARYLYN MAXINE. Third Row: MONROE, RICHARD ALEXANDER: Football 35 Track Team 2, 3. MONTANARI, SUSAN CHRISTINE: Clipper 3: Future Nurses 45 Junior Prom Committee: Rifle Club 2: Variety Show 2. MORALES, DIVINA: Choir 3. Fourth Row: MORRIS, MARY CAROL: Art Club 1, Future Nurses 4: Intra- murals Ig Newspaper 1. MORRIS, PAMELA W.: Art Club 1: Clipper Advertising 3, 4 CManagerJ: Glee Club 15 Oflice Assistant 1. MORRISON, STEVEN GARY: German Club 3, International Foreign Language Club 3: Intramural Basketball 1. Fifth Row: MOSLEY, CHARLOTTE ELAINE: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 25 International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 1, 2g Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. MURATORE, ROSARIO. MURPHY, ELLEN-ANN: Costume Committee 3, 4. .fro The senior class innovated the traditional spirit campaign Seniors First Row: NEDD, DEBORAH ANNE: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, Rifle Club 2, 4. NOVAK, BERNARD STEVEN: Rifle Club 3, 4. NUNES, FREDERICK ARTHUR: All-Eastern Band 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 4. Second Row: OLSEN. ELYSE PAULANNE: American Field Service 4, Cheer- leader 4, Class Secretary 1, 2, Clipper 1, 2, 3, 4, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Montrealers 3, Latin I Prize, Pep Squad 35 Junior Prom Committee, Stage and Electrical Crew 1, Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3,3 Thespians 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. ORENSTEIN, ELLEN RENEE: American Field Service 4, Baton Club 3, Clipper Advertising 1, Clipper 2, 3, Future Nurses 2 CHistorianD, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, International Foreign Language Club 1, Montrealers 3, "1984" 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. ORENSTEIN, SANDRA FAY: Clipper 2, French Club 1, 2, Future Nurses 3, 4, "1984" 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Thespians 1, 2, 3. Third Row: ORLANDO, JAMES. PABILONIA, RAYMOND DOUGLAS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Rifle Club 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4. PADOA, GINO: American Field Service 4, Chess Club 4, In- ternational Foreign Language Club 4, Latin Club 4 QCo-Presi- dentb, Marshals 4, Student Council 4, Tennis Team 4. Fourth Row: PAOLONI, JOSEPH: Basketball 1, 2. PAPPAS, ANDREW G.: Compass 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, Senior Council, Student Coun- cil 1. PASKEWICH, JOHN JOSEPH: Alumni Dance Committee Chairman 4, Compass 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Commit- tee Chairman, Latin Club 1, Marshals 2, 3, 4 CLieutenantJ, Nutmeg Boys' State 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4,g'Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ..- Fifth Row: PAUL, WILLIAM MICHAEL. ZQLEARSON, JAMES. JABQENAFLOR, PATRICIA LINDA: American Field Service 3, -?Qf,i55Baton Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Clipper 3, 4, Compass 3, 4, French vfilqb 1, Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic ,Association 1, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, International Foreign Language fClub 3, 4, Office Assistant 1, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, ,Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4. ff Mit ., 4-Q 3 I , Qu 4.9 college boards created anxious moments for many seniors 1967 A First Row: PEREZ, LUIS NOEL. PERKINS, PAMELA ANNE: Chess Club 15 French Club 23 Inter- national Foreign Language Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2g Student Council 2. PERRY, LOIS M.: Clipper 4. Second Row: PEZZELLO, BARBARA JEAN. PIACENZA, SABINA LILA: Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4 CCaptainDg French Club 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses 1, 23 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 45 Marshals 2, 3, 4g Pep Squad 15 Stage and Electrical Crew 1, Student Council 1, 2: Varsity Club 3, 4. PISCITELLO, NANCY ANN: Alumni Dance Committee 45 American Field Service 4, Future Teachers of America 1, 2 Cfreasurerj, 3, 4 CPresidentJg Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, International Foreign Language Club 3, 4g "Patience" 35 Prom Committee 3, 4. Third Row: y POMPAY, EUGENE. 'gl POTKAY, JEAN MARIE: All-State Connecticut Chorus 4: 14 Alumni Dance Committee 45 American Field Service 35 Clipper Advertising 1, 2g Clipper 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 1, 35 International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 39 Junior Prom Committee, Latin Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 4. PRESCOTT, SHERRY LEE: Bowling Club 2, 3. Fourth Row: RALL, DIANE LORRAINE. RAVITZ, CAROL BETH: Announcing Staff 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Clipper 2, 33 Compass 1, 23 Dance Band 2, 35 French Club 1, 2g Future Teachers of America 2, 3, "Harvey" 3 1Stage Managerjg "Inherit the Wind" 2, International Foreign Language Club 3, 4, "Mad Woman of Chaillot" 25 Montrealers 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Stage and Electrical Crew 1, 2, 3g Thespians 1, 2, 3 CTreasurerD, 4 CPresidentJ. . REAGAN, MICHAEL J.: Football 1, 2, Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1. Fifth Row: gg REBELOWSKI, STEPHEN JOSEPH: compass 2, 4g Dance? Q Decorating Committee 1, 25 Football 1, 2, International Foreigiilg Language Club 1, 23 Latin Club 3, 4g Rifle Club 4. 'Q Q, REYBURN, WILLIAM THOMPSON: A11-stare Chorus 2, 5, 431 Stage and Electrical Crew 2. RICHARDSON, PATRICK ALEX. 2' 'fl 6? Seniors First Row: RIVARD, ALISON ANNE: All-Eastern Music Festival 2, 5, 4, American Field Service 23 Announcing Staff 2, 4g Band 1, 2, 33 Clipper 3, 4 Cliaculty Editorjg Forum Club 3, 4 CSecretaryJg French Club 1, 2, 3 C,Vice-Presidentb, 4 QPresidentJg Future Nurses Ig German Club 2, 3, Laurel Girls' State 35 Senior Councilg Stage and Electrical Crew 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4. ROBERTS, MARILYN ANN. ROBERTS, ROBERTA MARIE: Chorus I, Intramurals Ig News- paper I. Second Row: ROCCI-IETTI, RAYMOND ANTHONY: American Field Ser- vice 4g Football 3g International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 junior Prom Committeeg Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. . ROGERS, CANDACE MAREAN: Biology Club 1, Dramatics Club I. ROGOFF, DONNA LEE: Bowling Club Ig Girls' Athletic As- sociation Ig Stage Make-Up Crew 3, 4. Third Row: ROOK, CHARLES ELIOTT: jazz Club 3 CI-lresidentj. ROSENBERG, LAURA ANN: Alumni Dance Committee 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, Clipper 3, 4, French Club 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 49 Girls' Athletic Association Ig Junior Prom Committee, Student Council 1, 4. ROSIER, EUGENE A.: Band I, 2 CPresidentDg Student Council 1, 2. Presence of East Lyme students continued to enrich class -UAV SENIOR ALBUM EDITOR of the Clipper, Rochelle DiStefano is a Thespian, member ofithe Student Council and FT A, and former Clipper index editor. Zina-Ida Stepski, class president for past three years, is a marshal and member of the Russian Club. Nancy Piscitello is president of the Future Teachers of America and four-year member of GAA. -r-- First Row: ROSS, DIANE ELIZABETH: Announcing Staff 3, 4, Bowling Club 2g Chorus Z, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Marshals 2, 3, 4g Rifle Club 2: Science Club 1, 2. ,hi ROTI-IEN, EDWARD RUDOLPH: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 1, 2, 35 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. RUEBENACKER, URSULA: Basketball 1, 2. Second Row: RUFFLE, CLAUDIA M.: Future Physicians 2, 35 Future Teach- ers of America 4: German Club 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 25 Stage and Electrical Crew 2g Student Council 1, 2. RUFFLE, PAUL DANIEL: Gymleaclers lg Rille Club 2. RYZEWIC, JOHN MICHAEL: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 44 French Club 2, 33 International Foreign Language Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Nutmeg Boys' State 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 CPresiclentD. Third Row: SALA, DAVID. SARRELL, WILLIAM ALFRED: Baseball 1, 25 Basketball l, 2, Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Golf -Team 3, 4 CPresi- dentb. SAUCIER, BARBARA B.: Russian Club 1. seniors sold candy and candles to fill the class treasury M . 3 alia' JACK PASKEWICH, vice-president ofig class for four years, is co-captain ofiwthe Marshal Corps and winner of the Elks Youth Leadership Award. Bob Burke spent last summer in Sweden as NLHS's AFS rep" sentative, and is president of the AFS cg mittee. Cort Wagner, a delegate to Boys? State, has been an active member of the Student Council, the band, and the swim team. 2 .H 79 The anticipation and trepitlation of entering high school ' so fffk. Seniors First Row: i1YJ1ZIDERS, ALAN ROY: Basketball 1, Chess Club 2, 3: Foot- a . SAVASTIO, CHRISTOPHER KENT: Track Team 2, 3: Wres- tling 2, 3. SCANLON, JOHN JAMES: Basketball Ig International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 35 Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4: Nutmeg Boys' State 35 Spanish Club 2, 3: Student Council 35 Track Team 1. Second Row: SCHANTZ, MARY JANE: Art Club lg Clipper 2g French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 International Foreign Language Club 3, 4: Intramurals 1, Rifle Club 4, Stage and Electrical Crew 2: Student Council 1. SCHAPEROW, JAMES: Dance Band 3, 4, Marching Band 4. SCI-IAPEROW, LEO CHARLES: Dance Band 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Third Row: SCHELL, DONNA MARIE: Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, Clipper 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers of America 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 2. SCHLEIFER, BARBARA LEA: Alumni Dance Committee 4, Announcing Staff 3, 4: Clipper 3, 45 Compass 1, 25 Drama Guild 45 French Club l, 2, 3, 45 "Inherit the Wind" 2: International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee: "Mad Woman of Chaillot" 2: Montrealers 35 Spanish Club 3, 4: Stage and Electrical Crew 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 3. SCHMIDT, KARIN LOUISE: Chorus 1, Clipper 2g French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4. Fourth Row: SCHNEIDER, JEFFREY: Band 1, 2: Dance Band 2, 3: Foot- ball CManagerJ 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshals 2, 3, 4, Russian Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Coun- cilg Student Council 3: Track Team 2, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHULZE, CHRISTINE ANN: Costume Committee 1: Future Nurses 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. SCIARA, JOHN B.: Bowling Club lg Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Track Team 1, 2, 4. Fifth Row: SENECAL, ROBERT GEORGE: Swimming Team 1, 2. SERLUCA, MICHAEL ARTHUR. SERRUTA, GLORIA JEAN. was replaced hy a greater challenge that of facing lrfe 1967 First Row: SEXTON, GARY W. Sl-IAFER, NICKI ANN: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: Junior Prom Decorating Committee. SHAFFER, MARY KATHLEEN: Bowling Club 1: Future Nurses 1, 2, 3: Stage Make-Up Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. Second Row: SHEEI-IAN, GLORIA PATRICIA: Dance Decorating Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association I, 2: Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2: Variety Show Ticket Chairman 2. SHIFREEN, LAWRENCE JAY: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Bowling Club 1, 2: Junior Prom Committee: Montrealers 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Stage Crew 2. SIGROS, MARI REGINA: Future Teachers of America 2: In- ternational Foreign Language Club 4: Russian Club 1. Third Row: SILVER, HOWARD JAMES: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Class President 1: Forum Club 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Junior Prom Committee: Latin Club 2, 3: Marshals I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-Presidenrl: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. SLATE, D. WESLEY, JR.: Announcing Staff 4: Chess Club 2 iSecretaryJ: Clipper 4 fTheme Editorl: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: German Club 3: Junior Prom Committee 1, 35 Key Club 2: Newspaper 1: Student Council 2, 3: "The Mouse That Roatecl" 4: Thespians 4. SMITH, ALICE MARY: Bowling Club 2, 4. Fourth Row: SMITH, JOHN H.: Baseball Manager 3, 4: Basketball Manager 1: Bowling Club 1: Football I, 2, 3. SMITH, WAYNE. SOLTZ, BARBARA NANCY: Baton Club 2, 3, 4: Class Trea- tional Foreign Language Club 2, 3: Thespians 3, 4. Fifth Row: SOLTZ, KENNETH: Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 1, 2: Compass 1, 2, 3, 4: International Foreign Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3. SOUTHWELL, RICHARD B.: Chess Club 1: Cross Country 1: Student Council 1, 4: Swimming Team , 3 4: Variety Show 3. SPITZ, DAVID H.: American Field Service 4: Compass 1, 2, 3 CClub News Erlitorj, 4 CCo-Editor-in-Chiefj: French Club 2, 3: Intramurals l, 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, 4 CPresidentD: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Senior Council: Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Seniors triumphantly handled the problems of four years -ri' , sz Seniors First Row: STAHL, JUDY ANN: All-Connecticut State Choir 4: Choir 3, 4: Chorus 1: Compass 4: French Club 1 lPresidentJ: Internaf tional Fireign Language Club 2, 3: Thespians 3, 4. STANTON, KENNETH T.: Compass 2: Latin Club 2. STEFANSKI, KAREN MARIE: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2. Second Row: STEPHENS, CAROLANN PATRICIA: Clipper 4: Compass 1: Glee Club 1. STEPHENS, SUZANNE ELIZABETH: Compass 4: Forum Club 4: French Club 4: International Foreign Language Club 3, 4: Latin Club 3. STEPSKI, ZINA-IDA: Class President 2, 3, 4: Compass 2: Future Teachers of America 1, 2 fSecretaryJ: Marshals 1, 2, 3, 4: Russian Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Third Row: STOKLOSA, STEPHEN P.: Alumni Dance Committee Chairman 4: Basketball 1: Bowling Club 2, 3: Cross Country 1: Forum Club 3, 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 2: Russian Club 4: Senior Council: Spanish Club 2, 3 CPresidentJ, 4: Student Council 1, 2: Swimming Team 3, 4: Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4- STRAZZA, ANTHONY MARTIN: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4. STRUZINSKI, WILLIAM ANDREW: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 2, 3, 4: Forum Club 3, 4: Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. Fourth Row: STUART, LINDA ROSE: Bowling Club 2: Future Nurses 1, 4: Make-Up Crew 1. STUBELICK, JOYCE MARGARET: Clipper 4: Costume Com- mittee 1: Dance Decorating Committee 2: Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: International Foreign Lan- guage Club 2, 3: Junior Prom Commitee: Montrealers 4: Ofice Assistant 33 Spanish Club 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Stage Make-Up Crew 2, 3, 4. SULLIVAN, DAVID G. Fifth Row: SULLIVAN, KAREN LEE: Russian Club 1. SULLIVAN, SHERYL ELIZABETH: Bowling Club 2: Choir 1. SWIDER, LUCILLE J.: American Field Service 3, 4: Clipper 4: Compass 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4 CVice-Ptesidentl: International Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Com- mittee: National Honor Society 3, 4: Office Assistant 3, 4: Senior Council: Spanish Club 4: Student Council 2, 3. and with justified pride made their imprint on the school 1967 First Row: SWIDER, PATRICIA LOUISE: Clipper 3g Compass 2, 45 Fu- ture Nurses 1, 2, 3, 45 International Foreign Language Club 2, 35 junior Prom Committceg Latin Club 15 Marshals 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 Spanish Club 3. SWIFT, NANCY JEAN: Future Nurses 15 Girls' Athletic As- sociation 1. SYLVESTER, RICHARD ALAN: Band I, 2, 3, 45 Football 35 Track Team 2, 4. Second Row: TAGLIANETTI, ,IOHN NICHOLAS: Basketball 45 Football 15 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3: Track Team 1, 2, 3. TASCA, SANDRA JEAN: Chorus I. TAYLOR, SUSAN ELIZABETH: C.A.W.D.C. Award 35 Choir Accompanist 25 Clipper 2, 3 CAssistant Eclitorh, 4 CEdiror-in- Chiefjg Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 3, 45 Compass I5 Forum Club 3, 45 French Club I, 2, 3 fPresidentD, 45 French II Prize5 French IV Prize5 Laurel Girls' State 35 Gold Key Regional Achievement Award CPoetryJ in Scholastic Writing Contest 35 Latin Club 1, 2 CSecretarY7, 3 CVice-Presidentj, 45 Latin III Prizeg National Honor Society 3, 4 CVice-Chairmanhg Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Rotary Scholar 45 Stage Crew 25 Student Council I, 2, 3, 4. Third Row: TERMINESI, FREDERICK. THIBODEAU, DAVID BRIAN: Football 3: Gymnastics 3, 45 Track Team 25 Weight Lifting Club I, 2, 35 Wrestling 1. THOMPSON, JACK WENDLE: junior Prom Decorating Com- mitteeg Stage Crew 45 Track Team 4. Fourth Row: TIBBITTS, PETER ARNOLD: Badminton 15 Basketball 15 Soccer 1. TOURJEE, LINDA SUSAN: Clipper 45 Future Nurses 15 Science Club 1. TRAKAS, MARGARET LORETTA: Chorus 15 National Honor Society 35 Newspaper 1 QBusiness Managerjg Office Assistant 1. Fifth Row: TRANCHIDA, THOMAS VITO. TRAVER, ROBERT CHARLES: American Field Service 15 Clipper Advertising 25 Forum Club 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. TRENT, CATHERINE DOROTHY: Future Nurses 1, 25 Rus- sian Club 3, 4. iii' yn-5 44.5- "'?"" "Q" ,f ss ,. The senior class left New London High with mixed emotions Seniors First Row: TRUKEN, PAULA MARIE: Bowling Club 2, Clipper Circula- tion 3: French Club 15 Future Nurses 2g Girls' Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, International Foreign Language Club 1. TYTLA, CHRISTINE TAMARA: Art Club 1: Chorus lg Dra- matics Club 15 French Club l. VALDIZAN, MARIO ANTONIO: Basketball 2, Pantomine Club 1, Soccer 2. Second Row: VALENTINE, PATRICIA ANNE: Bowling Club 49 Girls' Athletic Association 2g Ofiice Assistant 43 Science Club 1, 2. VANHOVE, DONNA MARIE: Chorus 2. VIZNWOERKOM, MARGARETHA MARIA: Dramatics Club 1, . Third Row: VILLANO, DIANE MARIE: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2: Science Club 1. A VINCENT, MINER TODD: All-Connecticut State Music Festival 3: All-Eastern State Music Festival 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 2, 39 Choir 2, 3, 4, Clipper 3, 43 Compass 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, "Patience" 3: Prom Committee 3, 43 Rifle Club 3, 4: Stage Crew 43 Thespians 4. WAGNER, CORT DAVIS: American Field Service 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Nutmeg Boys' State 35 Clipper 45 Compass 4, French Club 4 CVice-Presidentjg Intramural Basketball 3, 43 Soccer 33 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 CReporterD, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. Fourth Row: WAINWRIGHT, FRANCIS ALEXANDER: Baseball 3, 45 Soc- cer 2g Spanish Club 45 Swimming Team 3, 4. WALKER, DUNCAN: Basketball 2: Football 25 Future Teach- fegs of America 2g Lettermen's Club lg Track Team 3. WASNIEWSKI, JAMES ERIC: American Field Service 3, 4g Clipper 5g Intramural Soccer 3g Rifle Club 3: Stage Crew 2, 3. Fifth Row: WATSON, MICHAEL FREDERICK: Baseball 2, Rifle Club 5, 4. .WEAVER HENRY CLIFFORD: Basketball 3, 4g cross comfy CCO-Captainlg Varsity Club 3, 4. ix 'Th VIS Y '1-xfv ..- 9-1, qi an ,, x ,nu-4 -4' l E.. If , . l ller as four years of hard work and reward came to an end pg-.- -.22 GIS' wif Q-"vi Q 1 D , . . -A-, 85 J x . .-r 4, ,Q 1967 First Row: WEINSTEIN, SARAH FAITH: Clipper 1, 2, Future Teachers of America 1, 2: Latin Club I, 2g Rifle Club 4g Senior Council: Stage Crew 1, 2g Thespians 2. WELCH, LORRAINE EDNA: Clipper 25 Costume Committee 4: Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 2. WEST, DONNA. Second Row: WI-IEATLEY, VICTOR MARIO: Bancl 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance Band 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3. WHITE, JAMES BENJAMIN: Rifle Club 35 Track Team 3, 4. WHITE, JOHN. Third Row: WHITE, RENA KAY: Baton Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, WHITE, VERNA LEE: Compass Representative 4. WILLIS, IZICHARD LANCE: Basketball 1g Intramural Basket- ball 2, 5, . Fourth Row: WOLFE, ROBERT. WONG, MARY ANN: Bowling Club 2, 5, 4g Oflice Assistant 45 Rifle Club 4, Spanish Club 4. WYNCOOP, BRINDA CAROLE: Bowling Club 29 Girls' Ath- letic Association 1, 2. Fifth Row: ' YORK, ANN S.: Baton Club I, Dramatics Club lg Future Nurses 4: Marshals Ig Rifle Club 4. YORK, PEGGY ANN: Newspaper 1. ZUCKERMAN, MURRAY JOSEPH: Clipper 3, 43 Football 19 25 French Club 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Marshals. IN MEMORIAM JODY HECHTER Born June 4, 1949 Died July 25, 1966 THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Gladys Rivera, Secretaryg Wanda Gordon, Treasurer, Anne Gianakos, Vice-Presidentg Robert Long, President. Juniors are well prepared to take over leadership in '68 If you have ever stopped to consider which class cheers loudest at rallies and games, the junior class has undoubtedly come to mind. After its first apprehensive days as freshmen in NLHS, the junior class has progressed a long way, leaving its mark on almost every aspect of high school life. By winning the first Spirit Campaign the juniors proved that their enthusiasm and ambition were not to be taken lightly. Rewarded by securing their class rings and holding a junior prom, the class showed no hesitation in doing every job well, greatly to the benefit of New London High. With several outstanding scholars, amateur actors, and team members in its ranks, the class has maintained the all important balance be- tween extra-curricular accomplishment and academic achievement. Aware that the junior year is a time for decision, class members thumbed through college catalogs, took hours of exams and talked with guidance counselors. Having successfully completed their first three years at NLHS, the juniors are now prepared to assume leadership of the school as seniors. 'ix g- 86 l HOMEROOM A-1. Front row: Mr. Cahouet, Grissel Benitez, Alice way, Arthur Aimetti, Dennis Atwood, Les Bingham. Top row: Raymond Ark, Beverly Archer, Linda Bickford, Beth Bernstein, Diane Beckwith. Banks, Albert Baldelli, Edward Allen, John Bergeron, Robert Bayliss, Middle row: Charles Algieres, Samuel Barnes, Cary Barry, Scott Allo- Joe Aquitante, Richard Birinyi, Reggie Bigelow. HOMEROOM A-5. Front row: Karen Blotsky, Susan Chamberlain, Melinda Bonanno, Wanda Gordon, Eileen Cameron, Stephanie Carkeek, Janet Burwood, Mr. Grifhn. Second row: Colleen Chapman, Evanthia HOMEROOM C-21. Front row: Linda Johns, Sheila Keeney, Kathleen jalbert, Wendy Kaplan, Debra Jeffers, Patricia Jones, Jane jesmer, Mrs. Clegg. Second row: Barbara Korolkievciz, Lynn Katzen, Barbara john- son, Sandra johnson, jane Kent, Sheila King, Christine Kononchik. Birckates, Anne Gianakas, Maryann Cascio, Margaret Butt, Patricia Chance. Third row: Robert Brouillier, Stephen Cary, James Burns, Philip Brown, Edward Catboni, Patrick Chapman, Leland Burns. Third row: john Gorra, William Kelezkowski, Philip Kercher, Michael jenkins, Hunter jones, Charles Jones, Charles Kelly. Top row: Kurt javecek, Charles Katz, Mark Johnson, David james, Timothy Jones, Daniel johnson, Robert Johnson. l Juniors won respect and admiration through diligent work HOMEROOM B-25. Front row: JoAnne Guazzo, Alma Garza, Barbara Greene, Marcia Goode, Angela Gomez, Karen Glock, Amanda Ful- guetas, Mr. King. Second row: Regina Koch, Marguerite Jackson, Patricia Griffin, Agnes Gunther, Marion Grohocki, Charlene Gordon, Evelyn Gallup, Gary Gamage. Third row: Dave Guasta, Barbara HOMEROOM C-302. Front row: Mary Murphy, Susan McAndrew, Janice Manuel, Janet McNeil, Sara Mondi, Donna Maher, Sandra Meclellin, Mrs. Davis, Second row: Susan Montali, Mary McCarthy, Elizabeth McLaughlin, Marilyn Messecar, Yvonne Mosley, Christine Mostoury, Deborah Malcolm. Third row: Margaret Miller, Judith HOMEROOM B-35. Front row: Karen Jalbert, Leslie Hauss, Kathy Hann, Pat Horan, Cynthia Hadley, Barbara Hodge, Mr. Fike. Middle row: Robert Hansen, Vivian Hislop, Kathy Harrison, Ruth Holmes, Griffiths, Sharon Glock, Polly Goldberg, Jane Ginsberg, Barbara Gressler, Randy Grenier, Norton Gross. Top row: Herbert Gurland, Gen Gordan, James Guistini, David Gigliotti, Jimmy Gates, Hugo Gumbs, James Glynn, Anthony Granata, Mike Goldstein. Moreland, Joyce Mead, Eileen Manken, Cynthia Morgan, Sandra McCormack. Top row: Jeffrey Metcalfe, George McGrath, Joan Mc- Carthy, Vernon Mirchell, James Main, Roger Mason, Anthony Mariano, Bryan Masters. Yzrncy Howath, Bill Howe. Top row: Robert Hughes, Stephen Ingalls, Gregg Hutchins, Paul Hansen, Tyrone Holmes, Frank Holmgren, Lee Hatlield. school spirit became their most outstanding characteristic HOMEROOM N-12. Front row: Denise Ryan, Patricia Sherman, Grace Russell, Phyllis Sireci, Karen Saxc, Candy Shelton, Sandy Silanski, Mr. Gracewski. Second row: Maureen Sanford, Katherine Sebastian, Char Savastio, Judy Scacciaferro, Sue Ruckes, Linda Sanell, Cheryll Sedl, HOMEROOM N-11. Front Row: Toni Ramus, Helen Rice, Carol Rocherti, Lynn Rogers, Sharon Rice, Vivian Rogers, Anita Rice, Mr. Troadec. Second row: Wayne Richard, William Shake, Wayne Quinn, l-IOMEROOM C-308. Front row: Beatric Osfelto, Lynn Pinto, Sue Pearson, Cindy Pat Posho, jessica Owaroit, Nancy Pond, Diana Nunn, Mr. Ruddy. Second row: Barbara Nahas, Nancy Perry, Tina Nickerson, Daphe Nielsen, Perky Perkins, Elizabeth Myles, Donna Pindelski. Third Janet Shephard. Third row: Ivan Saddler, Micheal Santaniello, Dan Sandy, Randy Seebeck, Willie Scott, Marsden Sanford, Paul Smith. Top row: john Rowke, john Spangui, Stanley Royster, Robert Rudolph, Richard Sousa, Woodland Scott. Barbara Reimer, Carolyn Renaldi, Dave Robinson, Victor Strong, Jose Rivera. Top row: Cedric Robinson, Henry Resnikolf, Steve Reagan, Henry Parveler, Gary Rheaule, Herbert Ross, Tom Fondo. row: Robert Preston, Nichoces Creston, Bruce Nickols. Top row: John Neilan, Mark Nurmi, Robert Phillips, Wesley Nizon, Pete Nazarko, Robert Perry, Ralph Perry, Tom Poulos. .QA .4- - gr .., f rf- L.. I Having completed three successful years, Juniors prepared HOMEROOM N-14. Front row: Ann Taylor, Linda Swider, Janice Sommerscaies, Ardel Staten, Linda Tarbox, Joan Sullivan, Cynthia Szegda. Middle row: Kevin Storm, Dianne Sylvestor, Sarah Thompson, Mary Jane Trakas, Lynn Sudlow, Ruth Thorp, john Tapley. Top row: Kirk Tally, Eric Rutberg, Alvin Thomas, Leslie Traver, jeE Thompson, Tom Tiffany, Keith Tregger. HOMEROOM C-22. Front row: Pat Madden, Joan Lougee, Annie Magwood, Beverly Lancaster, Katherine Leiper, Sandra Lee, Linda Lee, Linda Lieberman, Millie Littlefield. Middle row: Walter Madden, Janet Kutz, joan Kwasniewski, Peggy Lefferts, Elisa Kulo, Lou Melanson, HOMEROOM B-15. Front row: Mrs. Tytla, Cynthia Fields, Marilyn Francis, Lora Farrior, Eileen Dufresne, Anita Fatone, Gail Friedman, Vicki Free. Second row: Vivian Derry, Denice Dougwillo, Linda Forest, Carol Fox, Pam Dolin, Susan Detz, Marilyn Fetcher, Kathy William Kramm. Top row: John johnson, Dan Lavasseur, Stephen Levy, Steven Morse, Cliff Larrabee, Martin Leli, Dana MacNamee, David Leveron, David Lazerow. Donovan. Third row: Carl Donatello, Edward Fargo, Dave Ericson Philip De Nolfo, John Epperson, Frank Flora, Fred Fucello. Top row? Richard Freeman, David Frankel, Kenneth Fortune, Richard Floyd Richard Fabricant, Robert DeRedon. 1 to take over leadership of schools varied activities. HOMEROOM N-21. Front row: Wendy Wernick, Barbara Wallace, Linda Wicks, Barbara Ushkevich, Pam Tyropolisj Susan Wadleigh, Nancy Villano, Brenda Woolridge, Miss Pekarski. Second row: Lorrie Wilson, Donna Vendetto, Mary Lou Tyburski, Melanie Wood, Gladys Walker, Carol Villano, Sandra Whaley, Deena Zelken. Third row: HOMEROOM B-ll. From row: Mrs. Watson, Linda Cuenin, JoAnne Coulomhe, Maryjane Concascia, Barbara Pompay, Marilyn Cohen, Diane Colanclrea, Ruth Clausen. Second row: Sharon Corse, Susan Clark, Susan Cooper, Janice Daniels, jill Corey, Lee Coen, Varnia Danrzler. Third row: Steve Christina, Philip Davis, Mollie Corkran, Daniel Wheeler, Scott Young, Pano Wovoitis, Cary Warso, Thomas Turisco, Don Wujtericz, Michael Williams, Loretta Vara. Top row: Barry Wilensky, Paul Vance, Steve Vlaun, Thomas Wadecki, Spencer Walker, Dave Wheeler, Bert VanHoek, David Vera, John Zizka. Deborah D'Angelo, Deborah Condy, William Cunningham, Richard Chihocki. Top row: David Crocker, Ralph Daniels, Lawrence Cook, Richard Daboll, Michael Coen, Thomas Crawford, Ronald Cumber- lander. MRS. MacNAMEE spends a day at school with son Dana. JUNIOR JoAnne Guazzo paints poster for the spirit campaign. YW 1 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Mildred Ross, President, Carol Rudolph, Secretary, Patricia Sebastian, Treasurer, Deborah Smith, Vice-President. At half way mark we began planning for next two years SOPHOMORES SUPPORT the team by attending games and cheering. Finally the long-awaited day had arrived! No longer "foolish freshmen," the sophomores re-entered New London High in September en- thusiastically determined to prove their worth. As established members of the high school world, they could take their turns at good- naturedly teasing frosh. Newly added East Lyme students increased the c1ass's size. Seriously realizing the great importance of each school year, the sophomores seized the op- portunities of responsible leadership made pos- sible by their positions as upperclassmen. Versatile class members joined a battery of extra-curricular activities: plays, teams, school publications, and clubs. Academic achievement was not neglected, however, as was shown by the large number of honor students in the class. During their two years at NLHS the sopho- mores have acquired pride in their school and class. Gaining valuable knowledge through in- tensive study and everyday experience, the class looks forward to its junior year as another step in increasing well-rounded productivity. 92 1.1. HOMEROOM C-54. Front row: Lind Bayreuther, Donna Barnes, Marilyn Becker, Janice Bauer, Lynn Beebe, Patricia Bates, jennifer Larry Auer, Micheal Apex, John Ames, Rocco Basilica, Edward Bel- bruno. Top row: James Bararz, Henry Berman, Jack Bailey, Robert Bernacki, Mr. Racette. Second row: Gregory Apanashk, Arnold Berg, Allard, Richard Baker, James Aquitante. HOMEROOM C-201. Front row: Alice Brandon, Donna Capozzo, Carolyn Broga, Pamela Buzenski, Sherry Budlong, Despina Boras, Mr. Brigockas. Second row: Bob Brennan, Cheryl Carlson, Rosanne Brown, Nancy Cassanerio, Jackuline Carter, Linda Burrows. Third row: Paul HOMEROOM C-203. Front row: Karen Clark, Diane Church, Kerry Craig, Kris Clark, jackie Crawford, Kathy Clarke, Elizabeth Chappell, T C Debb'e Cochran Patti Lo ne ' Bond, David Burgess, Danny Bennett, Robert Cameron, Michael Buscetto, Reid Burdick, Donald Cash. Top row: Harry Burns, Danny Brown, John Brennan, Tom Anderson, Harold Caple, David Brown. Collins. Third row: William Church, Sharon Daniels, Valerie Clark, l Ha' Cook, Minnie Cook, Helen Couremenos, john Coleman. Top row: Mr. Manos. Second row: om ory, i , y ,Q lkohert Crosby, Daniel Czekola, Willia Coleman, Tony Christopher, Martha Crowleg, Delia Chunpitazi, Linda Dakos, Diane Chellies, Markllg Ll' William Dall, Dwight Cook, Anthony Calandrea, Gary Ceil. .isanszmmm . 4' '?'.4a-n. 'Q' Sophomores, enthusiastically striving to prove their own HOMEROOM C-206. Front row: Jeannet Frances, Karen Morton, Karen Federman, Carolyn Gerofsky, Judy Flagg, MaryAnn Farago, Mr. Goldberg. Second row: Penny Ferguson, Alycia Flora, Linda Ferguson, Crystal Follett, Linda Funk, Lauren Gates, Heather Fraser. Third row: HOMEROOM N-22. Front row: Maria Lieteau, Sandra Lieberman, Pamela Luzi, Judy LeBlanc, Karen Lucey, Candy Lowenthal, Allen Leavy, Mrs. Brennan. Second row: Holly MacLean, Elena Morales, Nancy Lombard, Colleen LaPlante, Susan Love, Gail Lancaster, Diane HOMEROOM N-1. Front row: Cheryl Gray, Collen Gottwalt, Dolores Gomez, Barbara Harris, Ruth Graham, Wanda Higgins, Mr. Eccleston. Second row: Arlene Harris, Brenda Griswold, Donna Gomez, Pat Guazzo, Karen Hall, Catherine Goss, Diane Gracewski. Third row: Warren Graham, Scott Hanson, Kenneth Moore, Anthony Harrison, Carol Foster, Jacqueline Francois, Eileen Foye, Andrea Fuhrman, Marianna Gayner, Elinor Franklin, Janet Fike. Top row: Ray Runaioli, Bob Felner, George Gardner, John Gayner, Bob Farrior, Don Farrior, Don Fattori. Larson, Karen Manke. Third row: Duncan MacNamee, Wayne Manca, Larry McNichol, Donald Macrino, Gleen Maclnnis, Ron Lewis. Top Row: Juan Madry, Brad Marcnand, Charles Larkie, Thad Malingranda, Richard Larkle, John Longo, John LaVolpicelo. Henry Heron, David Heinlein, James Grady, Randolph Gilliard. Fourth row: Stephe Goode, Glenn Hackenberg, Ted Hardrick, Charles I-Iedding, Rodnq V - itt, Lou Mallett, Ira Gottesdiener, Bill Guillow, William Gle sbt-14595 worth, successfully fulfilled their early freshman promise HOMEROOM C-204. Front row: Edee Eckstatadr, Karen Dupont, Carolyn Dodds, Peggy Elder, Kathy Duford, Mr. Hoagland. Second row: Connie Duggan, Mary Enos, Sue Drago, Mary Dillon, Theresa Douglas, Carman Diaz, Mildred Dickey. Third row: Michael Edwards, Kevin HOMEROOM N-16. Front row: Ann Kotfman, Kathy jones, Nancy Klingerman, Shelley james, Chris jones, Mr. Skrigan. Middle row: Phyllis Koss, Jacqueline Kydd, Marvin Key, Karen Kari, joan Kivlin, HOMEROOM A-6. Front row: Maria Pescarello, Kathy Orlando, Ellen Nunn, Brenda Neal, Peggy Owens, Eleanor Orensrein, Darlene Pierce, Mr. Marshall. Second row: Tom Oldroyd, Judy Neff, Linda Pabilonia, Alice Phillipa, Joanne Petrowsky, Kathie Pinkham, Fern Paquette, Dantzler, Dan Duzant, Andrea Dubrow, Bob Drake, John Dempsey. Top row: Steve Drago, Mark Elliot, Frank Draminski, Mike Derry Jim Dyjak. Ellen Keitelrnan. Top row: Gus Labasi, Gary Jones, Stephen Koszatala, joe Krosewski, Thomas Kirk, Brian Kalafarski, Ricky Kiggans. Elizabeth Nasser. Third row: Edward Ozea, Andrew Norville, Vicci Savasrio, Karen Nazarko, Margo Neistar, Debbie Paterson, Bill Phillips, Ken Nunes. Top row: Lance Nadeau, Edward Perl, Donnie Pawelec, Donald Northrop, Arthur Petrini, john Pearson, Patrick Perry. wal? . V IWW 5: . lower Y 7 Looking hack with fond amusement and forward with hope if asa HOMEROOM A-4. Front row: Mary Mercado, Sherry Mariano, Pat Murphy, Lynn Martell, Pam Mencalf, Anne Mc- Cary, Anne Moore, Mr. Rockholtz. Sec- ond row: Gail Marlin, Lisa Morris, Bonnie Meitzler, Vicki McLaughlin, Kathy Morris, Maya Maultsby. Third row: John Martin, Edwin Mercado, Michael Mcllwain, Kerr McIntyre, Jose Mercado, Peter Mauro, William Mc- Carthy. Top row: Robert Manders, Chris Miner, Robert McCulley, David Mi- kalejczyk, Ronald McCarthy, Richard Morrison. BALLOON RACE at the Baton Club initiation was Won by this year's Sopho- mores. HOMEROOM N-6. Front row: Joyce Jenkins, Mary Hoffman, Barbara John- son, Mary Houser, Joyce Jermer, Lea Hodge. Second row: Jane Hunter, Gail Impellitteri, Vivian Hill, Linda Hodge, Patricia Jackson, Terry Jacobs. Third row: Margo Jackson, Ruth Jarvis, Donna Jones, Marilyn Jarvis, Jody Hill, Mr. P. Sabilia. Top row: Kenneth Holmes, John Johns, Donald James, David Jean, Carl Johnson, John Hronis. HOMEROOM B-12. Front row: Valerie Saunders, Lois Poplaski, Lynn Reed, Tracee Reiser, Laura Resnikoff, Mary Ploszai, Paulette Ragland, Mr. Mo u. Second row: Catherine Polcaro, A ene Pollack, Carol Rudolph, Janice Rogovin, Mildred Ross, Janet Raymond, Linda Ranson. Third row: Roosevelt Ranson, Michael Rawolle, Robert Rakosky, Michael Pray, Jeffrey Sandstrom, Harold Prescott. Top row: Michael Seaver, James Rosier, Paul Ryzewick, William Rosier, Peter Rachleff, William Potter. they faced the challenge of leadership and responsihlhty F-. - . r. Y, THE NIGHT RIDERS, Dick Southwell, John Pearson, Gloria Baton perform at the variety show. ROBERTA STURGIS receives the science award from department head Mr. Troland. A TETE-A-TETE during the noon- day lunch break between Jane Kent and Debbie Smith. HOMEROOM B-31. Front row: Linda Stepp, Bailey Staub, Katherine Wynn, Deborah Standick, Katheline Sullivan, Linda Taylor, Madie Wynn, Mr. Young, Second row: Reginald Sutton, Kande Steele, Bonnie Treadway, Patricia Storrs, Carol Sztyga, Robert Tunucci, Richard Valentini. Top row: Stephen Sylvester, Bert Trahcenti, Roger Tremblay, jeff Upchurch, Gilbert Svare, Thomas Thompson, Randy Terwilliger. HOMEROOM B-22. Front row: Deborah Smith, Mary Shallcross, Patricia Sebastian, Roberta Sturgis, Molly Schantz, Randy Smith, Donna Scott, Mrs. Young. Second row: Robert Silverstein, David Shape, Sandy Smith, Ann Schleifer, Christine Sawicky, jeffrey Shalett, Victor Smith. Third row: Jeffrey Schaperow, Barry Sheriff, Monty Speed- well, jirn Shepherd, Thomas Scott, Walter Severini, Fred Smith, Robert Spitz. Top row: William Ray, Ray Selman, William Stahlschmidt, james Schultz, Derrick Scacciaferro, William Silva, Alan Skewes, Steve Stodnick. -,.. HOMEROOM B-32. Front row: Linda Venzke, Linda Wolfe, Debbie Zotta, Corrine Wood, Sherry York, Sandy Wachterman, Louise Wheeler, Mr. O'Brien. Second row: Peggy Vogel, Alene Whitternore, Brenda Williams, Deborah White, Karen Wallman, Sharon Weler, Laurie Williams, Robert White. Third row: Mike Walsh, Donna Vescovi, Vernice Winston, Brenda Young, Joan Wood, George White, Tom Wainwright. Top row: Christopher Walker, jeffrey Walker, William Weeks, George Zalenicky, Clarence Walters, Craig Wagner, Howard Smith. 97 4. THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. Manuel Rivera, President, Roger Allen, Treasurerg Carole Slate, Secretary, Ralph Carson, Vice-President. Before very long we adjusted to new way of school life HOMEROOM A-17. Front row: Susan Devlin, Gwendolyn Duzant, Paula Davis, Ruby Burgis, Linda Cuenin. Second row: Sandra Daby, Karen Dale, Irene Derry, Linda Corshinski. Third row: Richard Donow, Deborah Duncan, Christine Coen, Debra Dibble, Marysol Diaz. Top row: Thomas DeSantis, Albert Eccleston, Robert Dembek, Lonnie Dixon, John Cawley. 98 Whether wandering hopelessly lost through the halls of Chapman building, or helping with the "Beat Fitch" spirit campaign, the freshman class has made a place for itself in the academic and social life at New London High School. During the adjustment period the newcomers were overwhelmed by confusing class schedules, lunch lines, and one-way staircases. But soon, overcoming their initial anxieties, the freshmen began to take significant parts in clubs, athletic teams, and dramatic productions, and received a fair share of academic honors. With the election of class officers and Stu- dent Council representatives, the freshman class asserted its place in the student body and ac- quired a voice in the student government. The uncertainties of their first year of high school behind them, the freshmen have now estab- lished a foundation on which they may build successful careers as upperclassmen. HOMEROOM C-301. Front row: Jeanne Rowe, Carol Perl, Yvonne Perry, Lynda Pemberton, Rosalie Taia, Elaine Smith, Kathy Pedro, Mrs. Valley. Second row: Donna Rolfe, Reba St. Onge, Victoria Surdes, Phyllis Poulos, Janice Samul, Linda Paul, Carol Slate. Top row: Deb- bie Shea, Jessica Sobiech, Linda Shak- kour, Sylvia Slade, Bonnie Smith, Pat Straway, Chiquita Taylor. HOMEROOM C-305. Front row: Donna Verkade, JoAnn Turisco, Pam Tifflny, Kathlyn Wood, Jaqueline Wysoczyski, Ilene Weinstein, Nancy Wong, Valerie Tanann, Mrs. McKie. Second row: Shirley Thomas, Nancy Wesrall, Karen Terwilliger, Donna Thomson, Carolyn Thurlow, Joanne White, Debbie Lead- better, Deborah White. HOMEROOM A-2. Front row: Teresa Birchall, Joan Belleileur, Susan Brown, Carol Burnstein, Iris Bronitsky, Carol Cable, Catherine Ballis, Mr. Gonsalves. Second row: Bonnie Bongiorno, Kath- erine Brown, Nanette Burns, Debra Brouver, Sharon Brodaski, Gale Brick- man, Patricia Barycki. Third row: Roger Allen, Edward Baron, Laura Busca, Vernice Burgis, Donna Bigelow, Gary Cable, Mack Arthur. Top row: Dwight Baldwin, Thomas Amanti, Jeffrey Adel, Donald Anderson, Richard Armstrong, Franklin Callens, Lindsay Alloway. HOMEROOM A-5. Front row: Mr. Rovero, Teya Capoe, Evelyn Chapman, Nancy Carson, Suzanne Cloutier, Vera Caldwell, Nadine Calmon. Second row: Debora Castleberry, Lana Cookson, Barbara Candales, Susan Chesler, Brenda Colernan, Cathy Castanza, Judy Clausen. Third row: Paula Cannamela, Vicky Cook, Cathy Cook, Diane Cantin, Angela Condy. Fourth row: Tommy Caruso, Michael Carter, Roger Christian- sen, Ralph Carson, Peter Clark, Fred Canon. Top row: Ed Chamberlain, Bob Chapman, Bruce Christie, Larry Collins, Jean Cookson. Freshmen developed pride in hoth their class and school hy HOMEROOM C-11. Front row: Amy- Sue Kaplan, Karen King, Linda Kelly, MaryAnn Kinateder, Jeri Katz, Peggy Larnagedelaine, Sandi Kurtz, Mr. Reed. Second row: James Lauriat, Johnathan Katzen, Kristina Koxztala, Linda Kruszewski, Stephanie Koxztala, Martha Larrabee, Florencio Lorenzo, Constantine Kortesis. Third row: Joseth Leckey, Kenney Krante, Gary Lancaster, Harold Ladson, Steven Kirshenbaum, Peter Lawrenclle, Andrew Kercher. HOMEROOM C-31. Front row: Donna Maskell, Donna Lyon, Victoria Long, Dorothy Marcotte, Shelley Martell, Linda Mariani, Judith Levin, Emma Lewis, Miss Moore. Second row: Kathy Levanti, Evelyn Maynard, Phyliss Barn- hill, Janis Lupien, Louise Lockhart, Renee Leff, Susan Markowitz, Timothy Maclnnis. Third row: Jerry Levine, Parry Mayba, Andrew Malleck, Donald Linicus, Ronald Maggi, Michael Ma- riano, Charles LeFerve. Top row: Julian Leverett, Raymond Marsicola, .Chris McCormack, Calvin Marlow Rob- geft Manke, Harold McKelvin, James Maiorana. ,ve -i HOMEROOM B-24. Front row: Elaine Gershowitz, Rhonda Finnigan, Betty Flanagan, Bonnie Geltzer, Denise George, Linda Fogleman, Mr. McKis- sick. Second row: Michael Gambro, Diane Enders, Rene Eccleston, Leslie Flirt, Charlene Frederick, Julie Dendy, Jayne Gelman. Third row: John Flana- gan, David Freedman, Bradford Fisher, Eddie Forest, Jimmie Forest, Danny Garza, Clark Chapman. Top row: Fran- cis Eldridge, David Ellis, Gerald Gary, Ted Frazier, Richard Foye, John Foley. HOMEROOM B-25. Front row: Elaine Herrick, Donna Augrnon, Denise Hole- man, Francine Hernandez, Andra Jones, Wendy Jacobs, Loraine Hollander, Mr. Gordon. Second row: Guy Jennings, Wendy Jacobs, Kathy Vanl-Iaverbeke, Kathy Ingalls, Helen Hester, Carrie Kent, Gunzeller Jackson. Top row: Mike Hillsberg, Mitchell Holmes, Joseph Jullarine, Tom Kane, Jim John- son, Walter Hume, Trevor Jones, Andrew Hodge. eagerly participating in every aspect of High School Life I-IOMEROOM C-52. Front row: Mary Ann Smith, Susan Nuncs, Mary Montesi, Celestine Nedd, Shelly Merwin, Eula Osborne, Debra Ouderkirk, Miss Barn- um. Second row: Ethel Mellow, Pamela Murtha, Sherolyn Medina, Deborah Oldroyd, Kathy Nahass, Barbara Murphy. Third row: james Neilan, Glenn Simmons, Ronald Parker, Thomas O'Conner, Daniel Poblete, Thernell Oakman, Richard Mehlman. Top row: Peter Nielsen, Wayne Parker, Edward Osowski, Alan Pollack, Michael Mugovero, Charles Olsen, James Mont- forcl, Stanley Novak. HOMEROOM C-33. Front row: Wil- liam Smith, Haddey Rodriguez, Barbara Rathbun, Cathy Pukes, Debra Reeve, Leslie Rocketto, Linda Rall, Miss High- berg. Middle row: james Ryley, Robert Rogoff, john Ryan, Robert Richard, William Pukas, Richard Silva, james Schumacher. Top row: David Scott, Ralph Sidberry, james Rogers, Brian Taylor, Pat Skrigan, Richard Edmond, David Rogoff, George Rivera, Jim Spottswood. HOMEROOM B-33. Front row: Linda Grabel, Julia Gomez, Joann Guerin, Mary jane Hargrove, Cassendra Guari- ano, Romona Hart, Mr. Lessig. Sec- ond row: Eddie Griffith, Bill Harvey, Petra Jacobs, Gladys Grohocki, John Grady, David Goldstein, Charles Har- grove. Top row: Theodore Hendrickson, Richard Grabel, Robert Goldstein, Mil- ton Harrison, Marvin Hearn, Michael Gray. HOMEROOM C-207. Front row: Paul White, Barry Weiner, Robert Gross- man, Michael Wainwright, Fernando Velez, Robert Williams, Paul Sturges, Sandy Benjamin, Mr. Rohr. Second row: john Sullivan, Herbert Terre, Anthony Villano, Spiro Veloudos, Matthew Zuck- erman, Neal Williams, Paul Tapley, Kenneth Wadecki. Third row: Walter Wysoczynski, Scott Zelkin, Allan White, Bill Taylor, Harold York, David Weller, Chris Viering. .k, 6 le E , G LO 4 -1 All II O rua' 'Z' 0 FF? 1' - fs? Ggzgbzg-,foo s 09 Cl "MS: ag .45-A I -JV A X910 . 61 .' a . ' . -- .W 9 1 ' W 1 45 1. A ave e f z f 0 " Ov . . Q, X' :af THE THESPIANS. Front row: Margot Levy, Gayle Enders, Betsy Driscoll, Carol Ravitz, Beth Bernstein, Elyse Olsen, Rochelle DiStefano, Patricia Penaflor, Sandy Gershowitz. Second row: Juanita Hill, Phyllis Koss, Bth Hodgton, Alison Rivard, Bette jane Golart, Debbie D'Angelo, Honorary Thespians Sponsor "WAS THERE ANY reason for declaring war, Professor Kokinty?" says Burt Van Hoek to Robert Rokosky as soldier Mike Rawolle looks on in the winter play, "THE MOUSE THAT ROAREDI' 'r g 104 Fern Paquette, Judy Stahl, Jennifer Chesler. Top row: Ira Baline, Robert Rudolph, Leslie Anderson, Ann Schleifer, Barbara Schleifer, Andrea Fuhrman, Anne Ellison, Wesley Slate. School Dramatics Productions Which of the NLHS honor societies is most likely to initiate a handful of angry jurors, a roaring mouse, or a Grand Fenwickian princess? Which is adept at training skilled, convincing actors? The group is, obviously, the Thespians. Actors may join the N LHS Thespian troupe by working 100 hours in dramatics. Members of the Stage and Electrical Crew, the Costume Committee, the Stage Make-Up, and the An- nouncing Staff may also work to earn points. An impressive ceremony performed by older members in June conducts new candidates into the troupe. This fall the Thespians presented "T he Mouse That Roaredf' In contrast to this spar- kling comedy, the spring play was "The Angry Twelve," a powerful courtroom drama. Both productions involved countless hours of work for the Thespians. "The Angry Twelve" was also presented at the Connecticut State Drama Festival in April. The Thespian troupe sent delegates to the Drama Guild in collaboration with other groups forming the mainstay of New London High School drama. The constant efforts of the Thespians contributed immeasurably to the suc- cess of school productions. Make-Up Crew Completely Transforms NLHS Actors Have you ever watched New London High School students transformed into bearded old men, gallant knights, or middle-aged house- keepers? If so, you have witnessed the astonish- ing elfects wrought by the Stage Make-up Crew. Their deft fingers create a beard, wrinkles, or even baldness, causing actors and actresses to experience the eerie feeling of stepping into an- other personality. Students must participate in a training pro- gram before joining the Make-Up Crew. After they have learned how to apply make-up and create special effects, they are tested for poten- tial skill. Successful students then undergo initiation, performing the wildest stunts in- genious older members can concoct. The imagination and experience of Mr. Kay- rukstis, adviser to the Crew, inspire dramatic make-up jobs that give NLHS plays their aura of mingled realism and fantasy. The Variety Show, as well, benefits from the talented labors of the Stage Make-Up Crew. An Awards Banquet in June brings each busy year to a close for the Make-Up Crew. At the banquet, the contributions of outstanding participants are recognized, and all members talk over their memories of the year's activities. MR. KAYRUKSTIS demonstrates make-up techniques on Julie Dendy. AFTER THE MASTER demonstrates, crew members practice on each other. THE MAKE-UP CREW. First row: Judy Moreland, Laura Resnikoff, Wanda Gordon, Evelyn Gallup, Susan Wadleigh, Carol Mariani, Patricia Casey, Terry Jacobs, Karen Wallman, Mary Stout, Margot Levy. Second row: Bette Golart, Margaret Geer, Yvonne Mosley, Roberta Sturgis, Evanthia Brickares, jennifer Chesler, Linda Greene, Faith Margolis, Janice Rogovin, Susan Cooper, Arlene Harris, Vivian Hill, Mr. Kayrusktis. Third row: Deborah Smith, Patty Penaflor, Jane Hunter, Ruth Graham, Sheila Keeney, Elyse Olsen, Mariana Chamberlain, JoAnne Guazzo, Gladys Rivera, Karen Federman, Maria Lieteau, Nancy Mellow. 105 , if .f' ' H far.-5 l a - ,Q THE STAGE CREW. 'Front row: Elaine Gershowitz, Gail Friedman, Diana Nunn, Diane Enders, Nadine Calmon, Victoria Long, Katherine Nahas, Susan Nunes, Debra Ouderkirk, Carol Perl, Sandy Kurtz. Second row: Janice Manuel, Carol Ravitz, Susan Chesler, Phyllis Koss, Linda Kruszewski, Debbie Dibble, Beth Hodgdon, Beth Bernstein, Maria Lieteau, Marilyn Freeman. Third row: Carol Rudolph, Alison Rivard, - ,,:.M:.r . - . all 43 - r ,il Anne Ellison, Laura Berman, Barbara Schleifer, Ann Schleifer, Andrea Fuhrman, Nancy Cassanerio, Debbie D'Ange1o, Fern Paquette. Fourth row: Edward Perl, Alan White, Jack Thompson, Louis Birinyi, Miner Vincent, Robert Rudolph, Richard Birinyi, Spiro Veloudos, Rocco Basilica, Ira Baline, Thomas Tranchida. Stage and Electrical Crews indispensable to productions STAGE CREW members Barbara Schleifer and Laura Berman man the electrical switch board during the winter play performance. STAGE CREW members apply paper mache to a prop for the winter play. a l l y . l l ,I 1 l . 1 .4 l I Q. A,, "Ye Stage Wnrkshoppe": Home of NLHS Dramatics Crew Obscurely located in the Annex corridor is a pink door above which is the inscription "A-8-M. Ye Stage Workshoppe." Behind this door lies a world of colored lights, canvas flats, curious smells, and bright jars of powdered paints. Here the stage and electrical crew work its own particular brand of enchantment-the mood-creating backgrounds for all New Lon- don High School productions. The stage crew builds and paints scenery for plays and the annual variety show. Then crew members set the stage, arrange lights, and han- dle back-stage tasks. Besides working on dra- matics, the electrical crew manages sound and lights for assemblies and runs the PA system in the morning. The stage and electrical crew belongs to the NLHS Drama Guild. Crew Members may also become Thespians by working the required one hundred hours. There were changes made in the stage crew organization this year. Mr. Robins and Mr. Kayrukstis were the faculty advisers. The stu- dent crew chief was elected by the group rather than appointed by the advisers. BOB RUDOLPH, a member of the stage crew, works on scenery for the play The Mouse That Roaredn f Ji.-.J v-- , "IF THAT IS America, they certainly have freedom of speech," says Helen Hester to John Garrett, Debbie D'Anglo, Robert Spitz, Neista and Andrea Fuhrman in he play The Mouse That Roared. WES SLATE and Debbie D'Angelo study their lines. Theresa Brown, Roberta Sturgis and Anne Ellison take care of props and lighting. H . as vw w fissiisuu , H .salsa . u -E . - fear ,f 107 THE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA. Group 1. Front row: Laura Rosenberg, Rochelle DiStefano, Nancy Piscitello, David Gigliotti, Wesley Slate, Robert Rudolph, Judy Fattori, Sandy Gershowitz. Second row: Patricia Penaflor, Gayle Enders, Donna Cookson, Evelyn Gallup, Elyse Olsen, Linda Braun, Leslie Hauss, Linda Feldman. Third row: THE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA. Group II. Front row: Alene Leavy, Elaine Smith, Amy Kaplan, Carol Perl, Diane Enders, Lindsday Alloway, Iris Bronitsky, Betty Flanagan, Sandi Kurtz, Judy Levin, Elaine Gershowitz. Second row: Jane Hunter, Edee Eckstadt, Sandy Wachter- man, Mary Ploszaj, Candy Lowenthal, Sherry York, Jeri Katz, Nadine Calmon, Kris Clark, Randy Smith, Gale Brickman Janet Raymond. Third row: Carolyn Gerofsky, Patricia Murphy, Janice Fike, Cathy Pulcas, Leslie Flitt, Laurie Williams, Carolyn Dodds, Phyllis Poulos, THE WHITE CAPS. Front row: Candy Shelton, Judy Levin, Nancy Mellow, Gayle Enders, Lynn Martell, Sandy Orenstein, Phyllis Poulos, Wendy Wernick, Betsy Driscoll, Sherry Mariannof' Gayle Freidman, Alean Leavy, Second row: Martha Crowley, Margo Jackson, Gail Impel- leteri, Diane Colandrea, Terry Jacobs, Patricia Valentine, Petra Jacobs, Wendy Jacobs, Pat Tunucci, JoAnne Guerin, Karen Federman, Diane I!-ll Debra Jeffers, Beth Bernstein, Wendy Kaplan, Marilyn Fetcher, Denise Dougwillo, Juanita Hill, Jill Rakofl, Levern Key. Top row: Jane Ginsberg, Donna Mattison, Genevieve D'Amico, Linda Fricke, Faith Margolis, Barbara Reimer, Pamela Dolin, Diane Elliot, Lorraine Welch. Susan Chesler, Jayne Gelman, Alycia Flore, Susan Markowitz. Fourth row: Mildred Ross, Jacqueline Francois, Molly Shantz, Mary Hoffman, Judy LeBlanc, Petra Jacobs, Jacqueline Kydd, Kathy Van Haverbeke, Cande Steele, Cathy Goss, Laurie Gates, Karen Manke. Top row: Diane Gracewski, Colleen LaPlante, Fern Paquette, Arlene Harris, Carol Rudolph, Margo Neistat, Vernice Winston, Karen Nazarko, Sandy Smith, Arlene Pollack, Brenda Williams, Susan Love. Church. Third row: Billie Mills, Janice Bauer, Lucy Swider, Debbie D'Angelo, Faith Margolis, Sheila King, Margaret Miller, Marcia South- well, Marilyn Massecar, Peggy Elders, Ellen Orenstein. Top row: Jackie Kydd, Anne York, MaryAnn Cascio, Eileen Foye, Daphne Nielsen, Anne Schleifer, Carol Fox, Joyce Stubelick, Linda Corey, Cynthia Dehann, Jill Corey, Marianne Gaynor. ana Xx X i THE OFFICE ASSISTANTS. Front row: Arlene Pollack, Martha Margo jackson, Linda Pabilonia, Levern Key, Patricia Penaflor, Diane Crowley, Donna Vescovi, Marianna Gaynor, Lucille Swider, Patricia Beclwvith. Valentine. Top row: Sherry Mariano, Alice Brandon, Sandra Lieberman, FTA' and Whitecaps Work Eagerly on Community Projects The Community Bloodmobile, Heart Fund, and Polio Drives were eagerly joined this year by workers from the Future Nurses Club. White Caps, learning by doing, also helped Mrs. Katz, school nurse and club adviser, in administering shots and eye tests. The Future Nurses also conducted several successful cookie sales. The club revised its constitution to provide scholar- ships for future registered nurses. This year the Horace G. Wescott chapter of the Future Teachers of America held its annual car wash and cookies sales to raise scholarships for graduating members. Club members were given many opportunities to actually teach by taking part in Project Head Starr, leading Girl Scouts, and working at Seaside Regional Center. The FTA sponsored National Education Week under the direction of Mr. .Tyropolis, adviser. At the year-end FTA banquet, hard-working members received pins and emblems for service. Bearers of important tidings speed silently throught the halls of NLHS. These are the swift-footed office Assistants, girls who sacrifice free periods to run errands for the Main Office, Dean's Office, school nurse, and library. FUTURE NURSES. Ellen Partika, jerry Katz, and Debbie Shea learn how to take temperatures and the proper sterilization methods. 109 BWQ' IFHE COSTUME COMMITTEE. Front row: Rosaile Taia, Nancy Broc- Margaret Butt, Christine Kononchik, Ellen Murphy, Barbara Green. coli, Lorraine Welch, Levern Key, Agnes Coder, Alice Brandon, Mrs. Third row: Petra Jacobs, Lynn Sudlow, Janis Lupren, Vernice Winston, Eccleston. Second row: Chiquita Taylor, Phyllis Sireci, Rene Eccleston, Linda Shakkour, Nancy Perry, Helen Grondzik. Announcing Staff Greet NLHS Students Each Morning AT THE ANNUAL exhibit, Linda Corey and Ann York proudly display dresses they designed and made. W J f---If f 110 Duchess Gloriana the Twelfth swept regally to her throne, catching up the train of her white satin gown. Into the palace tramped a soldier in shining chain mail. Imagination plus thread and needles in the hands of the Costume Committee made possible this Fenwickian apparel. Advised by Mrs. Eggleston, the staff makes or rents costumes and accessories, adding new stock to the wardrobe room each year. Led by an adult group, the AFS Committee worked to ind a home for our exchange student and finance his stay. Committee members also helped this year's AFS student, Gino Padoa, to adjust to his new way of life at NLHS. The Chess Club's Tuesday meetings are char- acterized by furrowed brows and tense silence. Mr. Moreau presides over these sessions which train members for tournaments. "Good morning. We will commence the week with a salute to the flag . . . " This is the voice of NLHS's official welcoming committee, the Announcing Staif. Announcing from A-SM, the stall greets all students via the PA system with daily notices or clever ad campaigns for school activities. Members belong to the Drama Guild, and earn Thespian points. 'vlfuogdiy X OUR FOREIGN exchange student, Gino Padoa, attends a football rally. THE CHESS CLUB. Seated: Mark Collins, Louis Birinyi, Henry Resnikotf, Martha Crowley. Standing: Gino Padoa, William Weeks, Mr. Moreau, Richard Birinyi, THE AFS. Front row: Ann Taylor, Joyce Jesmer, Leslie Hauss, Pat Penaflor, Elyse Olsen, Betsy Driscoll, Gladys Rivera, Gayle Enders, Nancy Mellow, Elaine Smith, Wendy Wernick. Second row: Phil Call, Marcia Apanashk, Sandra Orenstein, Jennifer Chesler, Debbi Malcolm, Pat Tunucci, Ellen Orenstein, Jessica Owaroff, Terry Jacobs, Carolyn Gerofsky, Nancy Piscitello, Howie Grew. Third row: Charlene Gordon, Elizabeth McLaughlin, Marcia Southwell, Evanthia Brickates, Wanda THE ANNOUNCING STAFF. Front row: Beth Bernstein, Alison Rivard, Juanita Hill, Carol Ravitz, Marilyn Freeman, Levern Key, Kathy Hayes, Beth Hodgdon, Debbie D'Angelo. Top row: Lynn Sudlow, Gordon, Jessica Sobiech, Laurie Williams, Donna Vendetto, Marilyn Messecar, Margarette Miller, Denise Dougwillo, Eric Rutberg. Fourth row: Karen Marshall, Nancy Baker, Linda Forest, Fayne-Elaine Kischel, Diane Elliott, Roberta Elfenbein, Faith Margolis, Joyce Mead, Chris Fulchiero, Susan Detz, Genevieve D'Amico. Top row: Robert Burnham, Cort Wagner, Richard McNamara, Jean Potkay, Daphne Nielsen, Margo Neistat, June Gaffney, Robert Burke, Dennis Maggi, Ray Rochetti. Louis Birinyi, Richard Birinyi, Laura Berman, Barbara Schleifer, Wesley Slate, Robert Rudolph, Diane Elliott. 111 are 24' THE SCHOOL DANCE BAND plays for the junior prom. Band Sparks SchooI.Spirit at Assemblies and Games CLOSE DRILL formation during half time at football games. THE BAND rehearses for the spring concert. fi 112 Clashing cymbals and blaring trumpets an- nounced the arrival of the N LHS band at rallies and football games. Their green and gold uni- forms and snap formations were a welcome sight to spectators during halftime. Rehearsing daily from the first football rally in September to the final commencement exer- cises in June, the band proved that practice really does make perfect. Credit for planning the routines must be given to Mr. Benvenuti, whose knowledge and experience were invalu- able to our aspiring musicians. Highlights for the band this year included marching in parades, performing in area schools, and holding the annual spring concert, at which seniors received band emblems. Outstanding members from each section of the band attended All-Eastern Connecticut Band sessions and auditioned for the All-State Band. Selected musicians were able to perform in the concert at the University of Connecticut. Providing a change in tempo for New Lon- don High concerts and assemblies was the Dance Band, whose vibrant beat and catchy arrangements of current popular tunes are well- known to most Whalers. Daily sixth-period te- hearsals in the cafeteria enabled the group to develop a distinctive style. olm earson ROBERT TUNUCCVS syncopated rhythym adds variety to the annual Awards Day assembly, THE BAND. Front row: Ann Taylor, Harold Prescott, Bradford Fisher, Leslie Flitt, Kathy Duford, Roberta Elfenbein, Fern Paquette, Janet Fike, Mark Collins, james Schumacker, Charles Kelly, Fred Canon. Second row: David Goldstein, Robert Spitz, jeffrey Schaperow, James Schaperow, Thomas Kane, Michael Sawaryn, Ronald Maggi, Reid Bur- dick, Carl Donatello, Norton Goss, Warren Graham, Charles LeFevre. Third row: Frederick Zirin, Reginald Sutton, john Gorra, Anthony THEIVOICES OF Ira Baline and Bill Rayburn blend in "A-Soloing" at the Christmas assembly. Colandrea, Albert Pietras, David Hammerstrom, John Kellander, Walter Severini, Robert Lee, Frederick Nunes, Edward Fargo. Fourth row: David Faria, Eugene Callahan, Peter Rachleif, Raymond Pabilonia, Albert Baldelli, Robert Drake, James Baratz, Peter Bartolucci, John Bryant, Scott Alloway. Top row: Michael Derry, Henry Berman, Wil- liam Struzinski, Kenneth Bryant, Frank Dover, Thomas Crawford, Richard Baker, Thomas Poulus, Robert Goldstein. i s 'fre 2' fi Ji: THE CHOIR. First row: Anne McCary, jane Hunter, Debbie Zotta, Alice Brandon, Donna Capozza, Maria Lieteau, Mary Cawley, Carol Nunes, Anita Rice, Edee Eckstadt, Betty Flanagan, Pat Sherman. Second row: Evelyn Gallup, Mary Stout, Alice Ark, Karen Wallman, Linda Pabilonia, Ellen Keitelman, Ruth Thorp, Arlene Harris, Beth Bern- stein, Maryjane McCarthy, Marcia Apanashk, Carolyn Dodds, Alycia Flora. Third row: Jacqueline Francoise, Brenda William, Verna White, janet Raymond, Debbie D'angelo, Debbie Condy, Valerie Clark, Linda Fricke, Beverly Archer, Pam Buzenski, Jacki Kydd, Pat Bates, Judy Stahl, Holly Maclean. Fourth row: Kevin Storm, Brad Fisher, Ira Baline, Ronny Parker, Bill How, Carol Fox, Brenda Young, Jean Potlcay, Spero Veloudos, Bill Reyburn, Bill Pukas, Bob Rogolf, Dan Garza. Top row: Mike Rawolle, John Dempsey, Juan Madry, Tony Brennan, jim Chester, William Weeks, Miner Vincent, Vernon Mitchell, Kevin Booth, Gregory Apanashk, Don Rogoif, George Mc- Grath. Choir Programs Include Ancient Prayers, Folk Songs THE ALL STATE CHORUS members are Judy Condy, Judy Stahl, Deborah D'Angelo, Ira Baline, William How and William Reyburn. 4 "Wake up, tenors! All right, piano, let's hit it!" commands Mr. McCarthy, director of the NLHS Choir. Tuneful voices echo through the cafeteria as the Choir again begins the slow but rewarding process of rehearsing to perfection. The group's 75 singers find a welcome outlet for melodic expression in third-period rehearsals. The Choir's green and gold robes adorn the Christmas Assembly, graduation, assemblies at Bulkeley Junior High, and the Choral Concert. A typical program contains pieces ranging from ancient Latin prayers to modern American folk songs. This year a 22-voice Chorale and a double quartet also presented medleys. they may also audition for the All-State Chorus. sing in their own group, the Freshman Chorus. Jennings School and participation in the Christ- mas Assembly and all Choral Concerts. 1 14 Top singers from the Choir are chosen to attend the All-Eastern Connecticut Chorus and Freshmen girls are given the opportunity to They display their "honey-voiced harmony" in a wide variety of two-part songs. Public per- formances of the Chorus include a concert at CHOIR MEMBERS Ira Baline, Elaine Podzaline, Billy Rayburn and Dave Lazerow perform for the variety show audience. MR. McCART1-IY directs the choir in Christmas carols at the Christmas assembly. Sue Taylor is at the piano. FRESHMAN CHORUS. Front row: Shirley Thomas, Emma Lewis, Denise George, Eula Osborne, Bonnie Bongiorno, Judy Flagg, Yvonne Perry, Mary Ann Smith, Donna Verkade. Second row: Deborah Reeve, Carol Burnstein, Celestine Nedd, Pamila Murtha, Wendy Jacobs, Renee Leif, Lana Cookson, Bonnie Geltzer. Third row: Ramona Hart, Ilene BASS VOICES add richness to the choir. Weinstein, Julie Dencly, Karen Terwilliger, Debra Oldroyd, Linda Corchinski, Cathy Pukas, Donna Rolf. Top row: Maryjane Hargrove, Debra Buckner, Vernice Burgis, Petra Jacobs, Jessica Sobiech, Victoria Surdo, Patricia Straway, Phyllis Poulas. I' 115 Wermck Rochelle DiStefa.no Karen Saxe Betsy Driscoll Gladys Rivera Marsha Apanask Phil Kercher Elyse Olsen Gayle Enders Leslie Hauss Sue McAndrew Margot Levy Marilyn Freeman Second row Janet McNeil Deena Zelken Mary Stout L1nnaJarllet Marilyn Messecar Elizabeth McLaughlin Denise Douguillo Jane Ginsberg Judy Belgrade Marcia Southwell Sue Clark Karin Schmidt Susan THE FRENCH CLUB. Group II Front row Elaine Gershowitz Iris Brbnitsky, Anne McCary, Lynn Martell, Mary Hoffman, Patricia Jack- son, Kris Clark, Debbie Zotta, Angela Condy, Diane Enders, Deborah Smith, Sandy Kurtz. Second row: Roger Allen, James Schumacher, Marilyn Becker, Janet Pike, Jane Gelman, Tracee Reisner, Janet Ray- mond, Mildred Ross, Laurie Williams, Cathy Pukas, Wendy Jacobs, .1 H .1 ' ,, THE ERENCH CLUB..Group 1. Front row: Laura Rosenberg, Wendy 41 Egcfw -5 ,, fr, , Q le! rl -:ara--Y ae -V - an . f. THE RUSSIAN CLUB. First row: Cynthia Fields, Linda Wiclcs, Wanda Gordon, Candace Rogers, Barbara Saucier, Linda Braun, Natalie McFar- land, Mr. Skrigan. Second row: Magreet Van Woerkarn, Zina-Ida Stepski, Jane Kent, Peggy Lefferts, Christine Fulchiero, Joan Connorton. Third row: Reid Bur- dick, Eric Rutberg, Catherine Trent, Carrie Kent, Peter Brolie, Frank Farina. Top row: Leonard Fuller, Steve Reagan, Jeff Schneider, William Jezierski, James Main, Martin Leif, Steve Stoklosa. THE LATIN CLUB. Front row: Linda Stepp, Karen Saxe, Jennifer Bernacki, Peggy Elders, Pat Jackson, Laura Resni- koff, Bailey Staub, Patty Penaflot, Deborah Smith, Mr, Duch. Second row: Gail Enders, Wendy Jacobs, Deena Zelken, Linda Ramsorn, Jennifer Chesler, Janice Bauer, Roberta Sturgis, Lisa Nassar, Bradford Fisher. Third row: Judith Belgrade, Susan Detz, Shelia King, Ann York, Dorothy Cory, Jill Cory, Nancy Baker, Jane Ginsberg, Chiquita Taylor, Gino Padoa. Top row: Scott Young,' Peter Rachleff, Donald Bradley, Laura Berman, Vernice Winston, Leslie Anderson, Andrea Furh- man, Barry Wilensky, John Epperson, Leland Bruns. Cooper, Anita Fatone. Third row: Anne Gianakos, Faye-Elaine Kischel, Alison Rivard, Debbie D'Angelo, Susan Ruckes, Debbie Condy, Barbara Reimer, Charlotte Mosley, Elizabeth Miles, Pam Dolin, Judy Moreland, Carolyn Renaldi, Patricia Chance, Debbie Malcolm. Top Row: Dan Levasseur, Bert Van Hoek, Sabina Piacenza, Bette Golart, Daphne Nielsen, Barbara Schleifer, Sue Taylor, Leslie Anderson, Anne Ellison, June Gaffney, Miner Vincent, Barry Walensky, Mike Goldstein. Thomas Oldroyd, Richard Mehlman. Third row: Diane Gracewski, Ralph Carson, Ted Hendrickson, Peter Rachleff, Craig Wagner, Roger Trembloy, Walter Severini, Robert Silverstien, Bill Phillips, Petra Jacobs. Top row: Judy de Blanco, Diane Larson, Carol Rudolph, Janis Lupien, Nancy Cassanerio, Karen Nazarko, Patty-Guazzo, Helen Leplant, Jessica Soblech, Roberta Sturgis, Cathy Goss. ,n l Language Club Meetings Feature Slide-Illustrated Programs FRENCH STUDENTS Donna Matrison, Dana MacNamee and Anita Fatone check the records and tapes that will be used in the next unit. THE SPANISH CLUB. Front row: Connie Duggan, Anne McCary, Mary Wong, Joyce Jesmer, Patricia Sebastian, Nancy Piscitello, Karen Federman, Vivian Hill, Carolyn Gerofsky, Jeanette Francis, Maria Lieteau, Sherry Mariano, Mr. Gracewski. Second row: Barbara Green, Arlene Harris, Lorie Wilson, Marilyn Messicar, Evanthia Brickates, Pat Chance, Vernia Danrzler, Margaret Miller, Elizabeth McLoughlin, Terry Jacobs, Delia Chumpitazi, Martha Crowley, Gladys Rivera. THE GERMAN CLUB. Front row: Carol Bradshaw, Bonnie Man- chester, Sandra Barth, Allison Rivard, Diane Elliot, Janice Daniels, Karen Schmidt, Joan Longee, Mrs. Brennan. Top row: Michael Gold- "Bonjour! Buenas dias! Ave! Wie Geht's! Do svedanya!" Are these world travelers, or tourists from abroad? No, they are members of either the French, Spanish, Latin, German, or Russian Clubs at New London High School. Each month one of these five clubs plans a meeting of the International Language Club, of which every student of a foreign language is automatically a member. This year programs often took the form of slide-illustrated talks by New London residents about a foreign country. The largest and oldest of the groups in the International Club is the French Club, which issued a French literary magazine this year. "Le Petit Figaro" contained original articles and poems written in French by students. Despite smaller memberships, the German and Latin Club held annual banquets at the end of the year. The German Club also spon- sored its Christmas party and gift exchange. Similarly, the Russian and Spanish Clubs pro- vided stimulating programs for their members. Third row: Sue Clark, Gen D'Amico, Lucy Swider, Maryann Gaynor, Eileen Foye, Barbara Schleifer, Roberta Elfenbein, Faith Margolis, Susan Jones, Faye-Elaine Kischel, Elizabeth Miles, Ellen Orenstein. Top row: Ivan Sadler, Jeff Thompson, Steve Levy, Louis Birinyi, Richard Fabricant, Jim Flannigan, Danny Casey, Steve Stocklosa, Pano Woviotis, Pete Bartolucci, Michael Rawolle. stein, Tom DeBartolo, Richard Birinyi, June Gaffney, Anne Ellison, Richard Daball, Henry ResnikoE, Tom Rando. l idly: f i i THE SCIENCE CLUB. Front row: Mark Collins, Shirley Thomas, Susan Nunes, Nancy Wong, Delia Chumpitazi, Joanne White, Jennifer Bernacki, Diane Church, Jeffrey Schaperow. Top row: Mr. McKissick, THE BOWLING CLUB. Front row: Laura Rosenberg, Susan Mc- Andrew, Karen Stefanski, Lorelie Hicks, Fern Clark, Mary Wong, Linda Chappell, Donna Verkade. Middle row: Albert Pierras, Irene Chapman, Mary Jane McCarthy, Barbara Reimer, Joyce Mead, Evelyn THE ROTARY SCHOLARS. Andrew Levinson, Susan Taylor, June Ginsberg, Dana MacNamee. if M L , 'fflfiiiu Craig Wagner, Thomas Anderson, Carol Rudolph, Donna jones, Frank Kaczmarek, Barry Sheriff, William Potter, Mr. Fike. ' .,' Gallup, Walt Wysoczynski, Bill Pukas. Top row: Michael Edwards, David Crocker, Dwight Cook, James Chester, Richard Sousa, Cary Warso, Howard Grew. LELAND BRUNS and Ray Banks set up science exhibit for the annual parents' day. 1 ,,, 118 E1 Rotarians Institute Scholars Award for NLHS Students xt, new This November at an all-school assembly, . i Y. g' Qi 'L ' s-'T two seniors and two juniors received newly- ' E A Jffffi 3' ' if established Rotary Awards. The four Rotary Tl E3 v .I , Scholars were given green blazers with special i D 'fr f .," emblems in recognition for scholarship and leadership. New London's Rotary Club spon- sored the award. Working to increase school spirit at NLHS, it the Varsity Club appealed to students with showcase displays depicting sports activities. The lettermen began an active year by sponsoring a Parents' Day in the fall. The Bowling Club, in its fourth year, formed new reams to compete each week. Outstanding bowlers and teams were given awards at the close of the season. Complicated electronic apparatus in Bartlett is the basis of a short-wave station operated by the Radio Club. Part of the Emergency Com- munications System, the ham radio gives club members practice in building and repairing shortwave equipment. Science Club members investigate their environment through field trips, projects, movies, and discussions, keep- ing pace with the field of science. COACH WEISS gives the team a pep talk during half time at the East Hartford game. THE VARSITY CLUB. Front row: Peter Foye, Jeffrey Schneider, Adel, Dennis Maggi, Tony Christopher, Robert Burnham, Tony Mariani, Howard Silver, Ernest Douglas, Vito Fatone, john Ryzewic, Phil Call, Edward Rothen, Richard Jenks. Top Row: Manuel Rivera, James Flana- jack Barclay, Richard MacNamara, Robert Lang, George Gierhart. gan, Jones, Robert Perry, Lou Fiano, Richard Freeman, Marty Middle row: Tony Harris, Wayland Hedding, Steve Reagan, Mark Leff Key, Jack Paskewichg Faculty Advisor, Mr. Crouteau. -JV. . : 119 in f Debating and Honors Societies encourage growth oi intellect THE QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY. Front row: Rochelle DiStefano, Susan Detz, Lavern Key. Second row: Nancy Baker, Allison Rivard, Pamela Morris, Marilyn Messacar, Jane Ginsberg, june Gaiieney, Luqf Swider, Bettejane Golart. Third row: Henry ResnikoH, Leslie Anderson, Wes Slate, Carolyn Renaldi, Susan Taylor, Anne Ellison. Top row: Louis Birinyi, Andrew Levinson, Miner Vincent, David Spitz. "Red China should be admitted to the UN! Eighteen-year-olds deserve the vote! Waterford and New London should merge!" Listeners greeted these emphatic pronouncements with frowns of intense concentration as the Forum Club began its monthly debate of controversial issues. After a panel of club members presented both the pro and con positions, the rest of the club joined in rebuttal and discussion, guided by Miss Sullivan, adviser. The walls of C-307, center of Forum Club activities, often rang with arguments, since topics were provocative. This year a group of Forum Club members met St. Bernard's students in a stimulating inter- scholastic debate. Staif members from both The Comparr and The Clipper were eligible for membership in the Quill and Scroll Society, a national organi- zation which provides recognition for students active in high school journalism. Those accepted to Quill and Scroll were presented pins at the awards assembly. The National Honor Society this year car- ried out two projects. First, members undertook a weekly tutorial program in several subjects. In addition, the society planned and performed an evening induction ceremony for students out- standing in scholarship, leadership, character, and service, the group's guiding principles. THE FORUM CLUB. Front row: Hunter jones, Eric Rutberg, Rochelle losa, Cort Wagner, William Struzinski, Miner Vincent, Louis Birinyi, DiStefano, Anne Ellison, Sue Taylor, Judith Belgrade, Marilyn Free- Richard Birinyi, James Gustini. man, john Greiner, Wes Slate. Top row: Robert Traver, Steven Stok- g i fi- 'ff 120 THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. GROUP ONE. Front row: joan Belgrade, Susan Stephene, June Gaffney, Leslie Anderson, Susan Taylor, Connorton, Peggy Trakas, Louis Birinyi, jim Flannagin, Cort Wagner, Laura Berman, Donna Mattison, Judith Stahl, Patricia Swider, Sandra Robert Burke, Donald Braily, Allen Gracewski, David Spitz, Lucille Barth. Swider, Elody Johnson. Top row: Karin Schmidt, Patricia Casey, Judith J. ,Li yaifqgw,-f ,Y g 1 DAVID SPITZ is the MC for the National Honor Society induc- NATIONAL HONOR students catch up on homework while waiting to have tion ceremonies. their picture taken. THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. GROUP TWO. Front row: Top row: Karen Saxe, Tom Rando, Michael Goldstein, Dana Mac- Marilyn Freeman, Betsy Driscoll, Marianna Chamberlain, Sandra Oren- Namee, john Greiner, Richard Birinyi, Andrew Levinson, Jay Scanlon, stein, Linda Swider, Susan Detz, jane Ginsberg, Donna Pindelski, Chris Murray Zuckerman, Christian Dahl, Nicholas Muscarella, Pat Sheehan. Fulchiero, Elyse Olsen, Fern Clark, Rochelle DiStefano, Leslie Hauss. of 121 Q, fit. Y r.. 1- .. .. ,. CO-EDITORS of the school newspaper Berteiane Golart and David Spitz, pose with Faculty Adviser Mr. Racette. Compass staff boosts sales STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Henry Resnikoll and James Baratz check the speed graphic before the next assignment. E at . A , Harried staH members rush in and out of the Compars room. Their jobs range from de- i ' fum J Mt- A 'L I 'f lv fl signingilayout and checking copy to finding ad- i L' - vertisers, or selling papers to anyone who passes l Q by. These students devote their time to publish- ing The Compass, New London High Schoo1's monthly newspaper. Editors and writers spend many hours work- ing to add sparkle to the publications nine issues. The Compasr features such attractions as a sports page, a Teacher-of-the-Month, and a Senior Spotlight. The paper contains editorials relevant to life at NLHS and continues to print an "open forum" of letters from the student body. All of these ingredients add up to a popu- lar, award-winning newspaper. This year The Compass circulation depart- ment sponsored advertisements on the PA sys- tem which helped Compass representatives sell a record number of copies in homerooms. Mr. Racette, newly-appointed advisor for The Compass, guided the two co-editors. His efforts, and those of the staff, produced a newspaper in which all NLHS students may take pride. with an award-winning paper THESE FOUR were responsible for the Compass sports section: Dick Fabricant, Assistant editorg Miner Vincent, Circulation managerg Wes Slate, sports editorg Scott Alloway, sports reporter. 122 'Y' '. AJTI""' ' ' PUBLICATIONS STAFF members work to meet deadlines. THE COMPASS co-business managers Nancy Baker and Sue Detz. THE COMPASS an staff: Barbara Reimer THESE COMPASS editors: Gladys Rivera, clubsg jane Ginsberg, featuresg Deena and Leslie Anderson. Zelkin, exchangeg read the latest issue of the school newspaper. 'C Nr' G , -r ff..- I 41k 123 X THE MAINSTAYS of this year's Clipper staE were June Gaffney, literary editorg Susan Taylor, editor-in-chief, West Slate, Theme. ALISON RIVARD is the faculty editor. Many of the write ups were done by these literary staff members, Sue Detz, Liz McLaughlin and Roberta Sturgis. DICK BIRINYI, staff writerg Anne Ellison, associated editorg Henry Resnikolf, photography editorg were three essential people in the production of the 1967 yearbook. I .7 SENIOR ALBUM editor Rochelle DiStefano, Typing editor Carolyn Renaldi, index editor Carol Rudolph are glad that the work on the 1967 Clipper has ended. Color shots featured for "There will be a Clipper meeting tonight at 7:00 in Bartlett . . Do New London High School students realize the time spent by The Clipper staff in perfecting our yearbook? Work- ing at meetings and in spare hours, writers and editors planned, produced and sold the highly- anticipated publication. The Columbia Conference in October sig- naled an oliicial start for Clipper work. There editors gained invaluable pointers on all aspects of yearbook production, and made a side trip to the plant where The Clipper is printed. Hectic meetings preceded December and February deadlines. Scheduling senior picture appointments, checking biographies, organizing MURRAY ZUCKERMAN, typistg Miner Vincent, circulation manager, Lou Birinyi, caption editorg look up from their work to be photographed. 124 'UW' VETERAN LITERARY staff members Leyern Key, Jane Ginsberg and Mollie Sokol did a great deal of the writing and editing for the Clipper. first time in Clipper the advertising canvas, writing and typing copy, interviewing teachers, devising a theme and planning divider pages were the tasks confront- ing Clipper workers and adviser Mr. Tasca. This year for the lirst time inits history, The Clipper included brilliant full-color pictures of school scenes. The color shots enhanced the book's appearance and helped develop its multi- colored theme, "Kaleidoscope". Clipper sales began in March, when the .cir- culation staff sold yearbooks to their home- an we rooms' In May the books arrived' and Clipper SOPHOMORES Tracee Reiser Laura Resnikoli Andrea DuBrow and Janice staff members beheld the brand-new, 1967 Rosovin rvped and drd odd l0b5 for the Chpper Clippers-countless hours of work and thought made tangible. THE CLIPPER AD STAFF. Front row: Richard Mehlman, Sherry Mariano, Joyce Jesmer, Lynn Martell, Alice Brandon, James Schumacher. Top row: Janice Rogovin, Carol Stephens, Jackie Kydd, Debbie Metcalf, Vickie Savastio, Lynn Lathem, Tracee TYPISTS JIU Rakoff Peggl' I-effeffs CSUIS SPOUS edlwrb Rejsef, and Laura Rosengerg found their services in great demand 125 ' T UA . . . -W LL .Z ..,., -E: ,.,.,. -' qv I E ' , -J ' n "'.':'t"K' ' 4."o'9 ' pi. a Eid. x 24,4 'oo - 'Gi ,tg t - . A. ' l a .. 5:n 5. x,1-qs f' -, 5 .V '3 I-.' It 1 - Q - ,N-, f 3 '-ir..--L J 1' - -, .f'l5s.,- 5 ".."N IA? 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Top row: Nancy Villano, Donna Cook Ellen Keitelman, Sandra Whaley, Robert Elfenbein CBand Leaderj, son, Barbara Greene, Charlene Gordon, Aileen Cameron, Patty Pena- Pat Straway, Elody Johnson CBaton Leaderb, Nancy Cassaneirio, flore, Barbara Soltz. THE PEP SQUAD. Seated: Gail Enders, Alene Leavy, Marcia Apanashk. Kneeling: Maryanne Gaynor, Patricia Murphy, Patricia Sebastian, Linda Braun, Ann Gianokas. J, ' 128 THE CHEERLEADERS. Seated: Rita Medina, Kathy Sebastian, jennifer Chesler, Sabina Piacenza, Jessica Owaroff, Marilyn Messacar. Kneeling: Leslie Hauss, Elyse Olsen, Natalie McFarland, Gladys Rivera. Spirited squads cheer Whalers to victory, enliven games Spectators grew tense as N FA scored another touchdown. Breathlessly, the crowd wondered if the opponents would win two extra points. Then suddenly the Cheerleaders piled onto the field to cheer the Whalers to victory! The girls in the Pep Squad and Cheerleaders strive with all their energy to increase school spirit. By cheering at all football and basketball games, they show the team support which en- courages athletes to greater effort. This year the girls also held the St. Bernards rally in the cafe- teria patio, and several "Beat Fitchi' rallies be- fore school. At the Norwich Rally they intro- duced several new songs and cheers. The precise formations of the Baton Club at rallies, games and parades provide-a pleasant sight for the spectators. Members of the club must exhibit rhythm, poise, and marching abili- ty, and maintain a high average. One of the main events of the year is the Spaghetti Supper, at which new members are initiated and leaders for the year announced. The Whalerettes also perform in the Variety Show. The girls finish their duties at the Spring Banquet, the Baton Club's final social event of the year. THE BATON CLUB led by majorette Elody johnson entertains during half time at the annual Fitch-NLHS Thanksgiving day football game. i l. i i at iii? i Ear.. , 129 Q..- I .bf 4 "fi aa wg' fY""'F? .sr f- "MUTE "1'o..o-fiuuf f-"fi Q 3, 'fr' qj1:jwwi ri: P ,,--,wif -sg Y. e . :, 1 me-.,. H ,. f r-f. an 'r-..'2i'ie,+--Hw- -gi 9' .QW ant de-'Y 2 77' ' 1 E-3-?jr3,k4Lu,!,..,Li I-.E 12-,fi ...r pf , H Qi.. ,N A ' 5. n 71, 1. I Q, ,rf K, , , w.. . " - lgafi-K 7 ' . 5 e 1 5 ' ec - 1 PM Je-iff f--xg ef - - , 1 - ,,. .3 I , ' 7 1 83- a it gg,-so ay Biafr' ' F "J Li' .7 I I A 3 tt-.V fc . , Ji , I . A 4 . ,. u . , A -, ..-A-, EA, L ar Q W-l' Q iifvw' ,:JtC,j.' 5 ci- V L 'a ' ,, a ff-b Di ie if fe .ee of-1, :7 -34 V - 1 Y 2 1 - vi. , - 'l R 'qv QQ, . A -.- 54.14. ,- ...gui Y 41:15 .. J I THE FOOTBALL SQUAD. Front row: Ken Bryant, Dick McNamara, Lou Fiano, Bob Burnham, Phil Call, Ernie Douglas, Paul Hann, Bob Cramer, Dennis Maggi, Jim jones, Sam Manuel, George Gierhart. Second row: Bob Weiss, Howard Martell, Bob Perry, Vito Farone, Steve Reagan, Bob Long, Marty Leff, john Hodge, Dana McNamee, Reginald Patterson, Frank Flora, Bob Brigockas. Third row: Jeff Schneider, john Brennan, Bill Dall, Kirk Talley, Jim Baratz, Glenn Bernoudy, Marv Key, Dick Snape, Greg Apanashk, Dick Morrison, Derrick Scacciaferro, Dick Freeman. Top row: Kevin Booth, Jim Grady, Mike Manning, Alan Lewis, Tony Harrison, Stan Speedwell, juan Madry, Reggie Sutton, Dan Brown, Tony Christopher, Joe Brennan, Bob Hughes. New London eleven shows good progress under new coach GEORGE GIERHART rolls out to pass in the East Hartford game, The 1966 Whaler football team adjusted well to the tactics of new head coach Robert Weiss and showed steady improvement through- out the season. Their final record of 2-6-1 does not fully indicate the ability of the squad. Fine performances were consistently turned in by sophomore quarterback john Brennan and backs jimmy jones and Ernie Douglas. New London opened the season away against the Waterford Lancers. The game was a close match all the way, with Waterford finally triumphing 22-20. It was a heart-breaking loss for the Whalers as a winning touchdown pass from Bennan to jones in the final minute was nullified by an illegal motion penalty. The next game saw the Green and Gold crushed 52-6 by the top-rated Golden Hurri- canes of New Britain. The following week the New London eleven began their home season against local rival St. Bernards. It was a rare defensive match, with the score deadlocked at 12-12 halfway through the final period. In the closing minutes Vito Fatone caught a Saint's . fumble and raced across the line to give NLHS its first win. THE FRESHMAN SQUAD. Front row: James Ryley, Allen Pollack, Thomas Kane, james Rogers, Albert Eccleston, Andrew Kercher, Charles Olsen, Michael Mariano. Second row: Frank Callens, Peter Woolridge, Daniel Poblete, Edward Forrest, Scott Zelken, Michael Gambro, John Katzen, Ronald Maggi. Third row: Anthony Villano, Ralph Sidberry, Robert Chapman, David Ellis, Gary Lancaster, julian Leverett, Michael Carter, Richard Foye. Top row: Coach Rovero, Chris McCormick, Mar- vin Hearn, Bruce Christie, john McNeil, Thomas O'Connor, Daniel Garza, Coach Lessig. Whalers triumph over NFA in 100th playing of classic ERNIE DOUGLAS sweeps right end for a substantial gain against Waterford. G After a defeat at the hands of Hartford Pub- lic, New London played the most frustrating game of the season. In a defensive contest against Bulkeley, the Whalers could manage only a 6-6 tie. Another loss to a strong Weaver team followed. The Whalers then made a good showing against the East Hartford Hornets. At half time they trailed by only two points, but East Hartford scored once more to win 22-12. New London's finest hour came against the Wildcats of NFA in the hundredth playing of the oldest high school rivalry in the country. Ernie Douglas contributed two touchdowns and George Gierhart added one on an intercepted pass, as the Whalers marched to a 28-12 victory. The final game for New London was the Thanksigiving Day clash with Fitch. The Whalers led 6-0 at the half, but the Falcons exploded for three TD's in the second half for a 20-12 win. Next year figures to produce a better record for Coach Weiss's gridiron team. With the London should have a successful season. THE SEASON N LHS OPP. 20 Waterford ...... ......, 2 2 6 New Britain .....,. ........ 5 Ely 20 St. Bernards ......,... ....,.. 1 2 0 Hartford Public ,...... 4,..... 32 421 6 Bulkeley ,.......... .....,. 6 0 Vweaver ,............ ....,., 46. 4l'2 12 East Hartford ........ ....... Zi 24 28 NFA ........,,....... ....... 1 2 12 Fitch .. ......,... ....... 2 0 '41 . winning JIMMY JONES returns a punt almost all the way BOB LONG hits off tackle in the NFA-NLHS game. in the Fitch-Whaler game. SAM MANUEL sweeps left end in the Lancer-Whaler game. J. an-v 133 ni" 4 A S, F cu 1 THE BASEBALL SQUAD. Kneeling: Phil Call, Bob Cramer, John john Ryzewic, John Barclay, john Ellis, Marshall Derry, Mike Parahus, Bartolucci, Capt. Henry Gunther, Bill Swindell, Francis Smith, Frank Francis Wainwright, George Klepach, Mgr. Martin Reiser, Coach Messina, Kirk Talley, Standing: Asst. Mgr. Steve Vlaun, Marc Adel, Amanti. Reorganization is keynote in Whaler Baseball efforts KIRK TALLEY connects for another hit for NLHS. Reorganization was the keynote in the efforts of the 1966 New London High baseball team. Despite an unimptessive 6-13 record, many fine performances were turned in during the season by sophomore and junior members of the squad. The Whalers started the season with a con- vincing 6-O shutout over St. Bernards. Bob Cra- mer, exhibiting line speed and good control, held the Saints to only two hits, while offen- sively the team collected nine hits, four of which were good for extra bases. In their first CDC contest, an away game at New Britain, the Whalers were not so fortunate. Although they led through the first seven in- nings, the final score showed the Golden Hurri- canes on top by a 4-2 margin. The next game found the Whalers on the short end of a 10-7 contest with Hartford Public despite home runs by both john Ellis and Captain Henry Gunther. New London next met East Hartford and went ten innings before bowing to the Hornets 6-5. Waterford, New London's next opponent, dealt the Whalers a stunning 6-3 defeat. .134 " so THE SEASON OPP St. Bernards .......... 0 New Britain .,....., 4 Hartford Public .... 10 East Hartford ........ 6 Waterford .....,...... 6 Bulkeley .,,,., ...,.., 9 Weaver .,.... ..,.... 8 F itch ...........,,.,..... 3 St. Bernards ...,..,... 5 N FA .................... 4 New Britain .......... 6 Hartford Public .... 6 Weaver ................ 6 Bulkeley ...........,.... 9 East Hartford ,....i.. 7 Fitch .........4............ 1 Waterford ......,..... 5 NFA ....,,.... ...... 1 O JOHN RYZEWIC takes over pitching duties for NLHS CAPTAIN GUNTHER gets back safely THE JAYVEE SQUAD. Kneeling: Nick Muscarella, Wayne Richards, Dan Czekala, John Tapley, Rosevelt Ranson, Dana MacNamee, Dick Tony Granata, Juan Madry, Mike Sullivan, Don Northrop, Bob Long, Snape, Mgr. Bill McCarthy. Fred Froscello. Standing: Coach Young, Reginald Sutton, Bob Tunucci, New London Diamondmen lose several games in late innings BOB CRAMER lets go a fast ball. I Qi . . ,14 1 New London then retaliated by defeating the Bulkeley Bulldogs 21-9, as Gunther contributed a home run and a double. The Whalers con- tinued their winning ways with a 10-8 victory over Weaver and a 4-3 decision over Fitch. New London's three game winning streak was broken when St. Bernards shut out the Whalers 5-O. In the next game john Ellis's big bat accounted for a key triple to spark the Whalers to a 5-4 win over the NFA Wildcats. The Whalers next met New Britain at home, only to be turned back by a score of 6-4. Hart- ford Public then traveled to New London and dealt the Whalers another loss, again by the score of 6-4. Unable to break their losing streak, the Whalers then dropped games to Weaver, Bulkeley, East Hartford, and Fitch. In their last two games, the Green and Gold split with local rivalsg they defeated Waterford by a score of 9-5 but bowed to NFA 10-1. Even though the squad's won-lost record was poor in 196-6, Coach Amanti looks forward to next year when most of his varsity club will return, including his ace pitchers Bob Cramer and john Ryzewic and Captain-elect Phil Call. THE TRACK SQUAD. First row: David Gigliotti, Kent Ward, Michael Steinberg, Rafael Strong, Steven Holt, Wong Ark, Claud Key, Joseph Discordia CCaptainD, Fred Chappele, James Jones, Stephen Stoklosa, Ralph Perry, Wayland Hedding, David McCarthy. Second row: Scott Alloway, Peter Nazarko, Steven Reagan, Anthony Strazza, james White, Peter Foye, Joseph Fahey, Raymond Pabilonia, Richard Birinyi, Richard Freeman, Anthony Mariano, George McGrath, Donald Wujtewicz, Robert Candales. Third row: Edward Carboni CManagerD, Brent Drey- fus, Randall Terwilliger, Donald Macrino, Gus Labasi, james Gustine, Martin Leif, Walter Severini, Donald Goss, Thomas Oldroyd, Gary Hoffman, Thomas Turisco, Barry Wilensky CManagery. Top row: Coach Driscoll, Joseph Kruszewski, Thomas Bergam, Brady Cook, Timothy Jones, Coach Drew. Young Track team posts 3-6 record in touch CDC contests FRED CHAPPELLE well ahead in the high hurdles race. 4 115 The Whaler track team posted a 3-6 record in 1966 against the toughest competition the state has to offer, the Capital District Confer- ence teams. Consistent winners for New London were Captain joe Discordia in the 100 yard dash and javelin event, Fred Chappelle in both hurdles events, and Tom Bergam in the 880 yard run. Many sophomores and juniors turned in good times in the distance races, and they should make the 1967 season more rewarding. The N LHS cindermen started the season well by defeating Windham 82-5 8. In a triangular meet the Green and Gold split with East Hart- ford and Bulkeley. Leading the Whalers was Fred Chappelle, who took first place in both hurdles events and second in the 220 yard dash. In their next outing the cindermen again split a triangular meet by defeating Weaver and fall- ing to New Britain. Losses quickly followed at the hands of Hartford Public and Fitch. In a close contest with Waterford, the Whal- ers lost to the Lancers by a score of 77-63. New London won almost all of the running events, but they dropped important points in the field events. In the Hnal meet the Green and Gold was trampled by the NFA Wildcats. With the loss of only a few members of the team to graduation, coaches Driscoll and Drew hope to have a successful season next year. L Q' ' 'I 31 .5 .. d..- in v .-f 1 -e' WAY HEDDING takes the lead in Waterford meet mile run. DICK FREEMAN moves up front in the low hurdles. 15- -a. 3' Q .. Q l , --A ' 1' 3 Y , , f ,L Q- .. x A ' 'A ' P. , 1. DAVE MCCARTHY wins points for NLHS JOE FAHEY clears nine feet with ease. I lr ., P 3, 138 THE SEASON Windham ,,..... Bulkeley .....,.... East Hartford .. Weaver .......,.. New Britain .... Hartford Public Fitch ..............,. Waterford ,.... N F A .......... OPP. 58 55W 84 53 ,.A.....101 79 97 77 96M RALPH PERRY does very well in broad jump. 'R ,qs LUN' ' iff! 7 2 THE row: White, Steven Ross. Top row: M The NLH V nf RESTING before the starr of the sectional meet at UConn. wmv "3ixfl0QQ ,v as tuunmv EUUNYRY lu X-DN: ' ,e ,l ' igffqf' T I E Amssrn .- bil ruunmv f , Howard ano, Bill Ellis, Robert Rudolph, Frank Dover, Cedric Robinson, Steven Herbert Levyg manager. r N ,-wg ,. aw- v. .58- and have an excellent season The 1966 Whaler Cross Country team post- ed an excellent record of eight wins and two defeats. They were paced all season by Captain Wayland Hedding and Bob Rudolph, who took many first place spots against tough competi- tion. New London's harriers also took fourth place in the CDC meet and seventh place in the Eastern Sectional Large School meet. The season opened with a disappointing loss to a strong Fitch team. The Green and Gold recovered by narrowly defeating East Hart- ford's Hornets by two points. Bulkeley next fell easy prey to the Whaler runners. New London then suffered its second loss of the season when the harriers were crushed by NFA. A return match with Bulkeley again found the Whalers on top. Then, in an away met against East Lyme, New London took the first five places and broke the course record by half a minute. Easy victories over Windham, Waterford, Wea- ver, and St. Bernards completed the season. Next year Coach Greenaway should have one of his finest seasons ever. Many boys, in- cluding William Guillow, Walter Severini, and Herbert Ross, who performed well in jayvee competition will be returning. Bob Rudolph will also return to lead the team. THE SEASON Low Score Indicates Winner VARSITY Fitch ...4...,..., E. Hartford .. H. Bulkeley Norwich ..1... H. Bulkeley East Lyme .. Windham ..,. Waterford ., Weaver ,..,.. St. Bernard's 4th in CDC Meet 7th in Secrionals JAYVEES Fitch ......,.,... E. Hartford . NFA .......,... H. Bulkeley . Weaver ....... MIKE PRAY takes the lead. ,,,,. - f' 2T3If1f , li- , . 'N ' if-3 1' ' ' - 'xp'-' . VK"-.'.'.'.Nx'f-.l X . . , 1 . . if, V.,--N-,.t.Q.n . I. . .va Y my A .1 V , ' A A .-e- be L, , THE TENNIS SQUAD. Front row: joseph Mugovero, Douglas Showalter, john LaCour, jon Bedrick. Top row: Mr. Croteau, David Spitz, James Flanagan, Bert Van Heok, David Golub. The Whaler Tennis team compiles excellent record of 9-4 JIM FLANAGAN and John Lagour play net. M mor r t The New London High tennis team had one of its best seasons ever in 1966, winning nine matches while losing only four. In the season opener Whaler netmen shut out local rival Waterford as Doug Showalter won the first singles match by the score of 6-0, 6-0. New London continued its hot tennis by shutting out St. Bernards. Easy victories over East Hartford, Weaver, and St. Bernards followed. New London met its first defeat at the hands of E.O. Smith. The match was decided in a second doubles match lasting nearly three hours. Weaver again fell prey to the Wha1er's net game, but NFA dealt NLHS its second defeat of the season. New London retaliated by defeat- ing Bulkeley. The meet was decided when jon Bedrick and Dave Spitz won the second doubles match. The Whalers again beat Waterford but lost rematches with both E.O. Smith and NFA. In the final meet New London defeated E.H. Prospects for 1967 seem bright, with several veterans of last year's campaign returning, but Coach Croteau does face a rebuilding year. T. . 'r ' 142 THE SEASON NLHS 5 Waterford ...... 5 St. Bernards .... 4 East Hartford .. 4 Weaver ...,...... 5 St. Bernards ..., 2 E.O. Smith ..,,.. 6 Weaver ......... 2 NFA .......... 3 Bulkeley ......... 5 Waterford ..... O E.O. Smith ...... 1 NFA .............. 4 East Hartford ., BERT VAN I-IOEK serves an ace. OPP. ..O .. ...... .1 .. ...... .0 .. ...r,. .3 ...3 DAVE SPITZ hits a backhand. JOHN LaCOUR returns a fast ner ball. q. L 145 If 1, if . 1 ab iii' 1' 'Y E aa .vans O r .,,. .u. , -,5, my BILL DALL and Jim Flanigan demonstrate the butterfly for teammates. START OF THE 200 yard medley race. Charlie Olsen and Cliff Larrabee do well for NLH in HBH meet. DON HARRISON well ahead in the backstroke race. 144 l NLHS OPP 29 48 65 42 38 48 5 7 l 44 49 66 76 66 5 2 THE SEASON Hamden ...... , ....., . Xavier ...,....A...,,.. Woodrow Wilson Manchester ......,... Windham ...... NFA ..............,... Middletown .,....., Hartford Public .. Bulkeley ,,...,,..,.... E.O. Smith ....,. . North Haven ..,... Weaver ........., . Fitch ...,.., . RICK BIRINYI in the free style race. CLIFF LARRABEE and Don Harrison take time tests in the backsrroke. 'IIN . THE SWIMMING TEAM. Front row: Bill Dall, Cliff Larrabee, Rick Birinyi, Charlie Katz, jim Flannigan, Ivan Wainwright, Lou Birinyi Cco-caprainh, Don Harrison Cco-captainj, Cort Wagner. Middle row: Mike Williams, Charlie Olsen, Dave Wheeler, Jim Pearson, jim Woviotis, Tom Wainwright, Bill Stahlschmidt, Arthur Petrini. Top row: Mr. Gordon Ccoachj, Steve Good, Bill Taylor, Dana McNamee, Neil Williams, Jon Katzen. Hard work pays off as NLHS Aquamen hetter 1966 record Hard work in practice sessions before meets provided the necessary stamina for the 1967 Whaler swim team, as it compiled a 9-4 record. This was the aquamen's second winning season in as many years, as well as in the team's his- tory. The mermen surpassed last year's record times in three events: the 60 yard freestyle race, the medley relay, and the freestyle relay. Th Whalers opened the season slowly, losing 66-29 to Hamden. After a narrow one point victory over Xavier, New London showed its real strength by defeating Woodrow Wilson 63-32. Losses to Manchester and Windham followed. In the next meet it was the record medley relay time that gave the Whalers a one point edge over NFA. Middletown was New London's next victim, succumbing 57-38. After dropping a close match to Hartford Public, the NLHS swimmers finished the season with five easy wins. Coach Gordon eagerly looks forward to next year, when he has a great many experienced swimmers returning, including record-holders Charlie Katz, Rick Birinyi, and Bill Dall. LOU BIRINYI doing a back dive layout in Bulkeley meet 145 V 5 THE GIRLS' RIFLE CLUB. First row: Deborah Smith, Maria Lieteau, Sherry Mariano. Top Row: Sheila King, Vernia Danrzler, Diane DuEy, Vivian Hill, Christine Mostowy, Patricia Sebastian, Carol Bradshaw, Melanie Wood, Yvonne Mosley, Delia Chumpitazi, Cindy Pasko. Sharpshooters open season against C. G. Academy Freshmen CO-CAPTAIN Ricky Jenks and Carol Bradshaw practice firing in the NLH rifle range. Q' n 1 l l .l 'km 1 U 1 n in 'Z . 4 . W i EY: , ' , 5 6' 'fbi ,l J A gi ' fx f ir NLHS 1303 1440 1304 1413 1352 THE SEASON CGA .......................... Bennington, Vt. ,......,. , CGA ......,..,.........l...... Bennington, Vt. .,....... . CGA .............4............ State Tournament OPP. 1316 1447 1342 1442 1337 New London placed third in its division. THE BOYS' RIFLE CLUB. First row: Barry Sheriff, Michael Rawolle, Arthur Aimetti, Craig Wag- ner, Brian Kalafarski. Top row: Carl Johnson, Wayland Hedding, Robert Burke, Richard Flyod, Michael Watson. Marksmen experience let-down after excellent 1966 season The 1967 rifle team experienced a severe MIKE WATSON Sights 211dPff'P2fCS I0 511002 let-down after last year's nearly perfect season. I In a small schedule of just five matches, the 1 Whaler marksmen could manage to pull out 1 only one victory. Fine scores were turned in by Art Aimetri, Bob Spitz, Carol Bradshaw, and Captain Rick Jenks, but they were simply not good enough to win matches. The sharpshooters opened their season against the Coast Guard Academy freshmen and were defeated by thirteen points. Art Aimetti was high scorer for the Whalers with 268 points. The second contest, a postal match with a high school in Bennington, Vermont, found New London on the short end of a 1447-1440 score. Another postal match with the Bennington school found the Whalers once more on the losing side. New London lost one more to the Coast Guard freshmen before defeating them 1352-1537. Aimerti was again high man for NLHS. In th epost-season tournament Carol Bradshaw had the high mark, 186. Coach Gregory faces a rebuilding year in 1968g but if Aimetti, Spitz, and Richard Floyd can continue to improve, they could prove to be the nucleus of another fine NLHS rifle team. 147 f THE GAA JUNIOR AND SENIOR SQUAD. Vivian Derry, Diane Ross, Peggy Leierts, Carol Fahey, Patricia Chance, Cynthia Fields. GAA takes second in GIAC Volleyball sports day competition UP AND OVER the ner for a perfect shot by Carolyn Dodds. This year New London High School's mem- bers of the Girls' Athletic Association demon- strated great skill in everything from badminton to volleyball, from softball to basketball. The club, under the sponsorship of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, enables the girls to compete in school Sports Days and Play Days with girls from five other local high schools. In addition, intramurals are carried on between juniors and seniors and between fresh- men and sophomores. In volleyball this year the girls came in second after beating St. Bernards and Stoning- ton but losing to Fitch. They are also defending champions in the girls' basketball competition. Miss Louise Reynolds, the advisor, is assisted by an able crew of ofiicers. They are Carol Fahey, president, Wanda Gordon, vice-presi- dentg Patricia jackson, secretary, and Ruth Jarvis, treasurer. The GAA- is open to all girls who have the desire to play any ofthe sports. The girls parti- cipating learn the importance of good sports- manship and co-operation in team efforts. Em- blems are presented to deserving female athletes at the spring Awards Assembly. Points toward emblems are given on the basis of attendance and participation in GAA functions. if 5'- 2531. 148 M: 'S . . + 'x TW-f , . . 7,,,,,,, 1 ' A - - , THE BASKETBALL SQUAD. Front row: Thomas Crawford, Peter Foy, Howard Silver, Jack Barclay John Ryzewic, Henry Weaver, Vito Fatone, joe Fahey, john Tapley. Middle row: Coach Conover, Nick Muscarella, Vernon Mitchell, Kirk Talley, James Burns, Juan Madry, john McCarthy, William Coleman, Henry Berman, Coach Reagan. Top row: James Kellander, Ivan Sadler, Monte Speedwell, Allan Pollack, Fuge Fulgarous, William Rosier, James Rosier, Kenneth Soltz, Irving Kelly. New London Cagemen set five new records in 1967 season HENRY WEAVER leaps high to steal rebound. The 1967 Whaler basketball team compiled an excellent 14-5 over-all record in regular sea- son Pla' and a 9-5 mark in the CDC, good enough for a third place tie in that league. In doing this, they surpassed ive records of pre- vious teams: the 111 points they scored against Fitch was a new single game highg their average of 79.7 points per game topped last year's re- cordg jack Barclay's totals of 16 field goals and 36 points in one game beat two previous re- cordsg and, finally, Captain John Ryzewic's career total of over 900 points was a new mark. The Green and Gold opened the season with a resounding 105-60 victory over East Hartford. All five starters for the Whalers hit double figures in that contest. In their lirst home match the New London five easily defeated the Bulke- ley Bulldogs 78-61. Barclay and Ryzewfc led in the scoring department with 23 and 22 points respectively. The following game saw the Whalers outplay Windham 86-65. In a close game, New London topped the Golden Hurricanes of New Britain by a single point. -is-Mi-V km. P 'L 1 33' . F gb n gg "Q ,x, 0 E ' I . of 94 QQMQ' 1- Kv x . .,,,,-Q' M -:ew N -1 F5 v V1,-7331 ', ,mf ,- ., A ,wg , .I gf ISM' N X NX' , N , X .131 0 LUNUUM Tl-IE FROSH BASKETBALL SQUAD. Front row: Ralph Sidberry, Watrous, Edward Forest, Wayne Parker, Franklin Callens, John Ste- Rlchard Foye, Albert Eccleston, james Rogers, Gerald Lancaster, Thomas fanski, Mgr. Ralph Carlson. Amanti, Robert Dembek. Top row: Coach Reed, Richard Silvia, James NLHS hoopsters reach semi-finals in Class AA tournament JACK BARCLAY tries for a rebound. New London suffered its first defeat of the season at the hands of a strong Hartford Public team. It was a heart-breaking defeat, as the Whalers lost by a bucket in the final ten sec- onds. After an easy victory over St. Bernards, the Green and Gold was upset by the NFA Wildcats, 58-53. The next match was also a letdown for the Whalersg this time it was a 73- 72 loss in overtime to the Weaver Beavers. New London's hoopsters bounced back with a crushing 111-62 victory over Fitch. Wins over St. Bernards, Waterford, New Britain, and Bulkeley followed. The winning streak was broken by the Hartford Public Owls who badly outplayed the Whalers. New London won four more games, including one over NFA to avenge an earlier loss, before falling prey to Weaver at the conclusion of regular season play. In the CIAC Class AA Cdouble-large schoolsj tourna- ment New London reached the semi-finals by defeating Rippowam and Norwalk before being knocked out by the Governors of nurnber-four- ranked Wilbur Cross, 83-76. Next year Coach Richie Conover will have to rebuild his team. This year's starters were all seniors. Only veterans Tom Crawford and Jon Tapley will be returning next year. IP- MX P -fl Biff! 'V' 0 If 1 N gallll Q NX X. f- -5 J' 1 ' N I . Q . ,, wi, V ' A -V 1 :N -, ' -mmf r- . ' , , . ,P ,1-gi:-ff 'I f 1 --'T .4-nu , f 'w"'5-'ilk' - 1 . ' ' ' A. . -7,4 Q- . .... A , .-,.1,,-J-, V, , 44 Lofvo -4 I1 .LED an m ISF Q S014 gif 1' 92. 0 zu: Y D I i x -fl.:-Y Q N'-':1.1f'3-'.'2-"' Q Q O Z 1 1, , wr? , .'1,N-if Q f 1' 1'-ll n,.',4 , M1 -,J .4 '-ef - ' . V1 . ' " J in mf: 3 ll 3, E fag, Y ., r 'Q Y. wi E99 -V . Q - v Gjgxguw xg may . V :bi Q'Z y fs! .Q ' Av., . x I U ' u ' 'W sg. S84 Y S 9' 'F r g' -Y ' M ix, J"!',1 -4 " Fl, f 1?-5, , . wg p .xv -1 .U ' " ' ' 35+-' Y , x LSU ,, 1 - I , , , l, x JA'- N Mb Q -av 4 747K g-I7 if-ga' 19 b .' 8 e1 I' I ' 3' -Q . JL , 5 ':: ., 0 A .. mu g Q . PJ ' A if STUDENTS USE parking lot to go from the Nathan Hale building to the Chapman building. Pattern of Kaleidoscopic year brightened hy special events ' LEAVING THE Bartlett building, students enjoy the five minute break between classes. The swirling kaleidoscope of memory brings to light isolated bits of sparkling color-special moments in a year of rich experience. No kaleidoscopic view would be complete without a closer examination of these bright spots which create patterns of school life. One facet of the pattern lies in the spirit behind school activities supported by N LHS students this year. Whalers worked up an appetite for their Thanksgiving dinners by decorating in the Spirit Campaign, preparation for the clash with Fitch. Even wind and rain did not daunt the spirit of freshmen and sophomores who dog- gedly repaired torn streamers and posters in the patio. Although the seniors won the competi- tion, New London High was the overall victor, as students expressed their overwhelming sup- port of both the school and the football team. Shortly before Christmas, Bartlett basement was Hooded with cans as students responded to the Salvation Army's plea for canned food. Competition among all classes, with a prize for the highest-contributing homeroom, brought in shining piles of cans in a successful drive. CLIPPER SPORTS editor Andy Levinson works to meet the February deadline. 5- Ml - ' W! x- ,, " ii LINDA GREEN ponders over a bookkeeping problem. A WORK PERIOD in Mr. Di-iscoIl's English class. .S T " -hi 7 X 5 STUDENTS LEAVE new wing and head for the Bartlett building during the morning homeroom period. 157 M35 O Q , , ', 'J Y 1 V ! O. . , OJ . Z , if , sp -, I PEP SQUAD members Marcia Apanashk, Linda Braun, Ann Gianakos, and Gayle BOB LONG makes yardarge Enders beam as-the team scores a touchdown. JUNIORS SHOW their school spirit as they cheer the team at the beat Fitch rally. 158 NLHS students participate in travel and study programs Travel and study created bright memories for some New London High students last sum- mer. Under Mr. Greenaway's experienced gui- dance, they studied at St. Malo, France's walled city. After attending weeks of classes and tour- ing the countryside, students reluctantly head- ed home, clutching diplomas, baggage, and souvenirs. For other NLHS students, six summer weeks were spent at the 1966 session of Mount Her- mon's Siberal Studies Program. Enrolled in courses ranging from "Forms of Literary Ima- gination" to "Twentieth Century Protests", stu- dents found that "Mount Hermon is life wrap- ped up in a six-week's tiny time pill." During the February vacation, Montreal was invaded for the thirty-third time by Mr. Green- away and a group of hardy travelers from N LHS and Fitch. This trip gave the 60 participants a first-hand view of Montreal's fascinations. Ex- quisite French foods, historical sites, winter sports, shopping sprees, and an informal pre- view of Montrea1's World Exposition highlight- ed the five exciting days. CHEERLEADERS lead rally before the St. Bernard's game during the lunch period. ONE, TWO, THREE! Seniors Frank Dover, Way Hedding, and Bill Ellis lead the Cross-country team in warm-up exercises. COACH VVEISS and Athletic Director Mr. O'Brien gladly accept the trophy awarded to the winner of the NFA-NLHS game. 159 -' " n ' , Ji' , X x ,...... QUEEN OF the Junior Prom Sabina Piacenza QUEEN OF the Alumni Dance Debbie Beckwith and her court A SCENE FROM the winter play, "The Mouse That Roaredf' 0 7' 160 1. ALL DRESSED up for the Junior Prom. PAM MORRIS checks the Senior picture appointment list Pamela Brown and Jim jones. JUNIORS Barry Wilensky and Joanne Luugi relax after decorating the cafeteria for the spirit campaign contest. for the day of her appointment. DURING THE lunch break Eddy Allen, Evelyn Galup and Debbie Condy enjoy a chat. 161 K-. 3' .1 I-E A J iq vest- 4 QBJQ ON B LUNCH the place to be is next to the cafeteria stage, as these Seniors will willingly testify. Dances, plays add splashes of color to school life picture Immediately after the start of the school year, the Kick-OH Dance inaugurated the football p season and a whirl of other activities. Seniors and graduates of New London High mingled at the semi-formal Alumni Dance in Novem- ber, dancing to the popular sound of the "Mad- caps". The Halloween and Christmas Dances soon followed. School organizations also lent a hand in the year's social events. The Student Council held a dance in March, while the FTA and White Caps sponsored their dances later in the year. The local Federation of Student Councils plan- ned a dance at the Armory which drew students from six area schools. In addition, AFS sponsor- ed a dance at Niantic's "Barn" in March. The spring and fall plays added another splash of color to the pattern of school life. Following a long-standing tradition, the Thes- pians presented contrasting productions: "The Mouse That Roared" and "The Angry Twelve". In late spring, the Drama Guild combined its efforts to present part of "The Angry Twelve" at the Connecticut State Drama Festival. SENIORS ATTEND the Alumni Dance and do the Frug. 162 JILL COREY helps with decorations. MARGOT NEISTAD does a tap dance at the annual variety show. N L., K I, A I- Q Ljfrg-wQ,,. , , CHARLENE GORDON, Howard Silver, and Donna Vendetto supervise the student council food drive for the Salvation Army. f K ARTISTS Anne Taylor, Wendy Wernick, and Daphne Nielson enioy painting scenery for the spirit campaign. GO GET 'EM WHALERSl , GO GET EM .-X ,,4 165 THE 1966 yearbook editor Sue Schuman got tired of saying, no, the clippers aren't in yet! THE CHEERLEADERS decorate the busses for the annual NFA-NLH game, Gladys Rivera receives a boost to the top. AFS Tradition: Student-Faculty game, exchange student WORK IS fun when you do what you like to do. 'f While biting winter winds and snows descen- ded on NLHS, the kaleidoscopic picture of school events was interspersed with a pattern of daily routine and study. Four weary classes struggled through hours of study as mid-year exam results and semester grades became topics of the utmost importance. Seniors, in a fever of activity, filed countless applications with col- leges and employers throughout the country. Several things brightened the winter dol- drums, however. No sports event could com- pare with the Student-Faculty basketball game. Students witnessed their favorite teachers bound- ing across the court for their seventh win over the senior boys. Highlighted by the graceful efforts of four male cheerleaders, the game net- ted 35300 for the American Field Service. The AFS tradition at NLHS was continued this year by the presence of Gino Padoa, the foreign ex- change student from Modena, Italy. A familiar figure in school and at school functions, Gino was readily adopted by the student body, and spoke of his experiences to many community and school groups. 164 Ixk'-full-f"'jl r COACH CONOVER and team members are all smiles as they board bus for the semi-finals basketball game in New Britain. DIANE ROSS and Lou Marsky have a good time A SCENE from the spring play, "The Twelve angry jurors." at the Junior prom. I 1-l .M - if HHH of CINDY PASKO well ahead of Ellen Keitleman JACK BARCLAY relaxes on way to the in Baton Club initiation race. semi-finals basketball game. ..., A-r I 1, 3 JUNIORS work on decorations for spirit campaign. n, i SENIORS Kathy Miller, Steve Stochlosa and Joyce Kral work on senior decorations for spirit campaign. Proms, Assemblies, Commencement complete the pattern Swirling memories emerge and disappear as the kaleidoscope is turned. Perhaps the most perfect pattern is the last one, formed during the final months of school. The round of school-end activities included several events. For the two upper classes, proms involved hours of preparation. The junior Prom, with the theme "Camelot", was held in April. In June, the senior class sponsored its last major social event amid the glittering, gleaming colors of "Abstract Fantasy". Scholars in all fields and classes were honored at the Awards Asembly and awards were also present- ed-at banquets and picnics held by many clubs. The second semester drew to a close with programs devoted to seniors. Class Day provided recognition for outstanding contributions in leadership and scholarship. After these exercises seniors adjourned to the cafeteria, where the faculty served a Senior Luncheon. Finally, graduation ceremonies were held, and the capped-and-gowned Class of 1967 sang the "Alma Mater" for the last time as they march- ed from the gym. Thus senior commencement brought the year to an end, and a view of graduation cli- maxes this session with the kaleidoscope. All NLHS students helped create the changing colors of experience and, through the focus of greater wisdom, all shared in the completed pattern: 1966-67. ABBY KOVALSKY and Richard Southwell receive their prom pro- grams from camear shy Betty Zweig. Y' I N l fmt e l 41 Infsdl-JL SENIORS return to class after an assembly program. l 167 First Honors Four Years if 5? Judith Belgrade June Gaffney Andrew Levinson Alison Rivard Second Honors Four Years Leslie Anderson Nancy Baker Sandra Barth Laura Berman Louis Birinyi Donald Brailey Robe: Burke Patricia Casey Marianna Chamberlain Linda Chappell Fern Clark Michele Cloutier 168 Second Honors Four Years T, joan Connorton Christian Dahl Rochelle DiStefano Elizabeth Driscoll james Flannigan Marilyn Freeman Christine Fulchiero Betteiane Golart Alan Gracewski John Greiner Carol Hoxninick Elocly johnson Donna Mattison Elyse Olsen Sandra Orenstein John Ryzewic John Scanlon Karin Schmidt Judith Stahl Gloria Sheehan . A , Y y gi 'jr-v Q , Q-1 ' 351' . . -, 'ws-,s,v L, it f Qing' l c -A , David Spitz Suzanne Stephens Patricia Swider Cort Wagner Duncan Walker Murray Zuckerman 169 -1017 .6054 f5'e'C'f7 l 46.179 l5'c'lf1C'Q, I I 100 f0f79l'f5p41 A7 fgff I. e naw L?L.,,4,,z FCI 0.614 n if Cf? C1 CHQ 'F involvesgligt ,For this reason the but not ,even the rheflielp of certaifl ,L Inj 7,-SOE . .. IQ Mrs, Carlyle, and Mrs. Wrgden, the Main Ofice . 9 n 1 Cd C e' HLPLQ, Li-j 14' . '7 whose financial support helped 7 5 Q9 V,-9 F this year s addition of color pictures. I7 Fei C-1 1 'F- The 1967 Clipper staff, whose sincere efforts on behalf of the I yy to C? I ke! yearbook are greatly and fondly appreciated. tbl-'Qi . I0 C2 e administration, faculty, and students of New Londoq fh Hi h School, for whom The Clipper was produced, and by SP5 , g K1 ou 2 whom it was so well received. gb FC1 2 el' mme, .TO 'M l'7 COW ,n 'W 'X x J- KW Omg T 1 M yppy W .,,., . . Susan E. Taylor GVY Q J ' Editor-in-Chiefpf hz Pi Q A A 6 4- Ll GQ 5 Qcame " , ,...,. ' V 7 ' 7 'I . if 'hp lag. 05:51-'I defer- 'Qxxl' gina r' Sk STAFF Cooper, Susan Detz, Freeman, Lavern Key, Peggy Leiferts, Olsen Sokol, Marcia Southwell, Sturgis, Lynn Lucille Swider, Deena Zelkin. -.TXPING STAFF Alice gkgfjen 'A i'7 n, 1i, , A -in -f . Q95 :.:, W,- ' , oline Gerofsky,'P61ly 1.-M: Jill. ' P -f-ri t itg fl lttl: iser, Laura Resnikolf, SW59 "' , A ttggf rman. 4 n " i ' ': '11f'f"-Y V' F Al 'W randon, Ralpff t "Jil Jacqueline Kydd, Lynn Latham, Sher Miftianog Lynn artell Richard Mehlman Marilyn illlIesEacar,llildZie' Metcalf, lfiern quette, Tracee Reiser, Janice Rogo- vin, Mildred Ross, James Schmacher, Carolann Stephenns. c1RcU1A'r1oN STAFF John Dempsey, John Flannigan, Jeannette Elizabeth Joyce Jesmer, Peggy Lelferts, Carol Nunes, Carol Steven Rebelowski, Resnikoif, Laura Alison Ann Schliefer, Barbara Karin Schmidt Roberta Sturgis, Luigille A . 1 ' ',,. - ' '. 2' 43 'fl fwfr-a 4-gsm " ' 'rt , .-.K lYl.i .. - Q-.nl -4 :, -.., -.Y-.. . . 2, ., 54, fir" 1 . '- 't f' "-'TPL L 1 4 S A Albert's .,........,.......,.... Americana .................,..... Annello's ....,.............,,.....,.. Arrow Paper Bc Supply ...... Arts Esso ......,............,,.. Atlas Paving Co. ....... . B Barry's 1 Hour Cleaners ,...,. ..... Bartol Refrigeration .............. ..... Bayreuther Boat Yard, Inc. Beacon Cleaners ..... . ......,....... ..... Beit Bros. Super Markets .. Beauty Lounge .................,.... ..... Benoit s ..,.......,................... Betty's Beauty Salon .,...., B. H. Bidwell Bc Sons ,... Blair's ............................. Blue Hills Cabins ........... Bottinelli Monument ...., Brater's ......................,. Brock-Hall Dairy .,.. Butler's Chevrolet ,.....,. C Calmon Jewelers ..,....... Campus Pizza ....... Capital Tailors ..,...,. Capital Theatre ..........., Card N' Party Shop ...,... Carriage Trade .......,.... Carwin's .....,.....,........,, Casual Shop .................,.,. Centrale T.V. 8: Radio ,...,. City Coal ............,..... ,......... Coca-Cola ..,.......,................. Colonial Texaco ......,..,........ Connecticut Bank and Trust Connecticut Circle .............,.. Consuelo's Beauty Salon .... Corset Shop ........................ Crocker House ............,.. D Damas Music Studio ....... J. Daren and Sons ..,.., Dart 6c Bogue ..,........ DeNoia Bros. ...,.. . Dousis Florists ..... Dyer's Pharmacy ..,..,.. E Eddie Edgar Carpets ....... Elci Company ,............. Elly's .....,...................... Emma's Beauty Salon ..... F Falvey's ........................ Family Pizza House .,........ Fashion Fabric Center ........ Federal Savings and Loan .. Burton S. Federman ............ Fedric ....................,.,.,,.....,.. Fisher Florist .......,.,...... Francis Electronics ....... .. G Gates 8: Beckwith ........... General Dynamics .....,.. Girade Motors .......,...... Globe Spirit Shops ...... Adver1iser's Glock Fuel ..,..,..,......,..,.. N. J. Gorra :Sc Bros. ...... . Grirnes Cleaners ........, Gulino's ............ . ..........,... Gusta's Pharmacy .............. Guy's Oil Service Station ..... H Hamilton Printing .,.,....... Hendel's ,....,.......... .... Hess Gasoline . .... .. Holiday Inn ........ Hom e Electric ......, Hopkins 8: Love ...,.. House -of Tee ................ Howard Johnson's ........ J E. Johnson Florist ....,...... K Kalamian's Rug Shop ..... Kaplan's ....,......,.......,.... Kayes ,.....,.... .... , ....... . Kelly's .......,....,,............ Klingerman Travel ...... Kr1eger's ......,.......,.......... LaP L res le ......,................., The Latchstring, Inc. ..,,.. . T.N.M. Lathrop .......... Leo's Shoe. Repair ...,,.., Lewis Levine . ........... Lincoln Oil ........ Lorings ......,... ...,. . . Malo M of's Ice Cream ......... Malloves ,.....,....,,.. ............. Marsters Marine Service ........ Marvel Shop .....,.............,.. L. B. McEwen Agency ....,... Meadows ..........,..............,., Milboer's Bakery ........., . Mike 's Atlantic ..,...........,...,...... Mike's Men s Wear .,..,......,.......... Mine r Agency .................,.,,............. ..... Index Miner Sc Alexander Lumber Co. ..,... .,.. . Mister Donut . ..,..,.......,.,............, Modern Cleaners ....................... Modern Electric ......., Montauk Pharmacy ....,,... N Nasser ........,..............,...,. National Plumbing ..,,,..., Neilan ......,.. 1 ..........., : .....,............. Nelson's Mobile Service .....,............ ..... New New New New New New New New New New New N ian Nian England Cigar Bc Tobacco .,..,. ..... London Business College . .,..... .... , London Camera ..........,........... ...,. London Furniture ............................ London Hairdressing Academy ........ London Mills .........,....,................... London Motors ...,..................,. ..... London News Company ...... London Printing Co. ........... . London Store Fixture ......, London Ten Pin ...,..,,.. tic Fuel ...............,...,.,,. tic Lumber Co. .,... . ,L 172 Niantic Public Marker ,..,,, , O Ocean Pharmacy .,...,.,..... P Parade News ..................,.,,.. Pataganset Finishing Co. ...,. . Pepsi-Cola ..,.......,.............,, Perry 6: Stone ,.,..........,. Pizzarama Drive-In .,... Plizer's ....,,....,...,.....,.... Pray's Inc. ...................,.. . Professional Pharmacy .....,.. Richard H. Pugh ..,,......... R Radway's Dairy ............,.. Raub's ...,,,,.,.......,..........., Read's Rexall Pharmacy ...... Reclden Sc Ryan ,. ,..... ...... , .. Renaldi's Texaco .....,..,.,.. Robert's Electric Shop ........ Robertson's Paper Box ........ Roger Motors, Inc. ...,,......,. . Rogovan Allied Van Lines .. Rudy's Flower Box .....,........ S Savard Bros. ....,.. ,..... ...,.....,. . Savrn Express ...,....,......,,.,... Savings-Bank of New London, Schablein s ..,......................,... Sears Roebuck Co. ................ . Seifert's Bakery ...,.......,..,.., Shafner's .,,...,..,.........,....,..... Sheffield Tube Corporation .. Arthur.Shurts.8c Sons ,.,......, J. S. Silverstein .....,...,,....,.. Sketchy's Oil ................ Smith Insurance ............,.. J. Solomon Inc. ..,..,... ,... . Starr Bros. ....,...................... , Ralph Strong Motorcycles .... Style Shops .,.,...........,,..,,..... Suisman, Shapiro, 84 Wool ,. T T.V.'s Hullabaloo Scene ....,. Thames Auto Body ....,.....,.... Thames Book Co. ...,....,..,.... . Thames Moving 8: Storage Three Brothers Restaurant Tudor Press .. ,...... .............,.. . Tuggle Medical Laboratory Turano's ..............................,., U , United Electric Supply W Waller, Smith, 8: Palmer .... Waterford Pharmacy ,,..,. ..,. Waterford Tile ......,.....,,... Wayside Furniture ....... Whaling City Ford ....., W.N.L.C. .......,....,.... , Wong's .....,....,...... Wyllie Hardware ............. Y Youth Colony ....... ,.,.... Business Directory Listing ACCOUNTANTS GROCERS Beller, Shepatin, 8: Co., C.P.A., 302 State Street, 442-0316 Gula's Market, 227 jefferson Ave., 442-4307 Wurman, Riella, 8: Co., C.P.A., 325 State St., 442-5347 Ray's Market, 324 jefferson Ave., 442-8366 APPLIANCES HARDWARE C 8: L Radio, 405 Williams St., 442-9449 M.S. Turner, 37 Black Point Road, Niantic, 739-8273 ATTORNEYS Merrill S. Dreyfus, 231 State St., 443-5159 Greenburg 8: Hendel, 302 State St., 442-5373 Gruskin 8: Gruskin, 56 Huntington St., 442-1621 Ralph R. Rakosky, 325 State St., 442-5355 Sherb, Sherb, 8: Sherb, 56 State St., 443-8449 Sistare 8: Reagan, 326 State St., 443-8396 Wilensky 8: Schwartz, 40 Washington St., 443-8351 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING SALES AND SERVICE De1's Esso Station, Corner Huntington 8: Church Sts., 443-9761 Hiskey Motors, 57 Jefferson Ave. Wise Flying "A" Service, Main St., Niantic BAKERIES Vogts Bakery, 92 Truman St., 443-6273 BARBER SHOPS Thames Barber Shop, 25 Washington St., 443-3107 BEAUTY SALONS Neil's Beauty Shop, 83 Willetts Ave., 443-9355 A1's Beauty Salon, 82 Bank St. CHIROPODISTS Jeremiah T. Shea, 302 State St., 442-2979 CLEANERS Coin-Op Center, 115 Ocean Ave., 443-5511 Crown One Hour Cleaners, 46 Bank St., 442-1688 CLOTHING H. Marcus 8: Co., 21 Bank St., 443-0471 Wilson's Dept. Store, 247 Main St., Niantic, 734-5521 DENTISTS Dr. S. joseph Impellitieri, 533 Montauk Ave., 442-6330 Dr. Robert Lonergan, 302 State St., 443-3218 Dr. Robert Moyel, 309 State St., 443-6126 Dr. Carl Stoner, 325 State St., 443-5298 Dr. Avery Zuckerman, 302 State St., 442-6219 De1's Hardware 8: Auto Store, 496 Bank St., 442-4058 PHY SICIANS CM.D.D Dr. Morton Bedrick, 302 State St., 442-1269 Drs. Blank, Goodrich, Murray 8: Peterson, 342 Montauk Ave., 442-5343 Dr. Coulson, 341 Montauk Ave., 443-0700 Dr. Louis DeAngelis, 334 Montauk Ave., 442-5838 Dr. Hendel, 50 State St., 443-6125 Dr. William Jones, 461 Ocean Ave., 443-8965 Dr. Martin Karno, 464 Ocean Ave., 442-4313 Dr. R. Mariani, 280 Montauk Ave., 443-9522 Dr. Ward McFarland, 342 Montauk Ave., 443-2278 Dr. Robert Olsen, 496 Montauk Ave., 443-0933 PHYSICIAN S Dr. Louis Saxe, 341 Montauk Ave., 442-5224 Dr. Hilliard Spitz, 447 Montauk Ave., 442-8585 Dr. Morris Sulman, 203 Montauk Ave., 443-3778 Dr. R.N. Taylor, 159 State St., 443-6707 Dr. Philip B. wade, 302 state st., 443-3295 Dr. Joseph M. Wool, 271 Montauk Ave., 443-7907 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Esposito Insurance Agency, 461 Bank St., 443-1884 Levanti Agency, 33 Pennsylvania Ave., Niantic, 739-8426 Mountzoures 8: Carambelas Agency, 90 Pennsylvania Ave., Niantic, 739-6223 RESTAURANTS Capital Candy Kitchen, 83 Broad St., 442-7188 Don Pablo's, 229 Jefferson Ave., 442-0717 The New Coney Island Restaurant, 52 Bank St. SHOES AND REPAIR Macione Shoe Store, 93 Broad St., 443-8861 New York Shoe Repair, 188 Main St., 443-7091 VARIETY Carroll Cut-Rate, 152 Bank St., 442-3691 Clarke's Boat Shop, 366 Main St., Niantic, 739-8966 Dairy Twist, 478 Colman St. N.L. Printing Co., 6-10 Union St., 443-4533 Radio Shack Corp., New London Shopping Center, 442-0522 Seba Labs, 154 Broad St. MARSTERS' Marine Service -55 443-8502 262 PEQUOT Ave. NTEW LONDON, coma Right off the ice H. E. ROGERS KALAMIANIS RUG SHQP New Boats Gift Shop Railway, Lift, Cra and and and I Storage Marine Library Repairs Tel. 445-7462 Smith Cove, Nianric BAYREUTHER BOAT YARD, INC. 963 Bank Street New LOHdOf1,C0f1f1- Take Exit 74, Rte. 161 Tel. 739-6246 THE LATCHSTRING 6 -HQ 1 N i West Main Street Niantic, Conn. PE 9-8329 i X" Ap, min E -2-GJTE' 174 , f ' 1 EAT THE BROASTED 1 UA i . Union New London ofice uf" Best Wishes to the Class of '67 EDDIE EDGAR CARPETS 150 BROAD STREET NEW LONDON PRAY'S INC. Paint and 'Wallpaper 136-140 Bank Street New London 442-9775 C omplimentf of THE SHEFFIELD TUBE CORPORATION Manufacturer of roll-up metal collapsible tubes used for dentifrices, pharma- ceuticals, cosmetics, and shaving cream. Also, for household and industrial items and food. Home Office - New London, Conn. New York - Los Angeles - Chicago 175 yn ROGOVIN ALLIED VAN LINES GLOBE SPIRIT SHOPS 113 GREEN STREET AND 148 MAIN sr. O EHIUWFIYIIII 'nigh' NEW LONDON, CONN. NELSON'S MOBILE SERVICE CENTER COMPLIMENTS QF CAPITAL THEATRE Tel. 443-9937 43 BANK STREET 268 Bank Street New London, Conn. NEW LONDON, CONN. MALLOVES BROCK-HALL Tel. 443-2027 Eartern C 0mz.'.r Largest Iewelerf 75 Jeiferson Avenue New London, Conn See Us For Your Class Rings 74 State Street EMMA'S BEAUTY SALON New London, Conn. 90 Ocean Avenue ag , J. New London, Conn. 176 Save or Borrow at SKETCHY'S OIL The Savings Bank COMPANY of New London Three Convenient Locations Phone 442-104 1 63 Main Street, New London, Conn. New London Shopping Center 189 Elm Street New London, Conn The Waterfall at Waterford Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FRANCIS ELECTRONICS INC. CALMON JEWELERS AREA'S LARGEST Hi-Fi New London High rings and charms AND STEREO ELECTRONICS CENTER 565 LONG HILL ROAD Keepmke Diamond Ring: GROTON, CONN. Stare Street New London , Conn. Phone: 739-6254 AI-BERTIS WALLER, SMITH 81 PALMER STYLING STUDIO 81 Penn. Ave. I Ib- H 302 State Street New London, Niantic, Conn. W ' I The Finest in wigs and Wiglers I ww' : 177 v,1 Y I! LQ.. READ'S REXALL PHARMACY 5. - i- SAMUEL BELLIN REG. PHARMACIST i K , - . N1 rg .5 5 Prercriptiom , -5, 5.73. Cormetzcr Baby Supplzex eff.- E755 i AM""E ' 'EEO IJ Photo Supplzer - Developing 1 5 x 9 .E I - E Servicing Quaker Hill Area Free pickup and Delivery 395 Wiuiams Screer New London, Conn. THAMES MOVING 8. STORAGE CO. 5 63 Colman Street New London, Conn. THE CASUAL SHOP Phone Orders to Take Out YOUNG FASHIONS FOR THE DISCRIMINATING FAMILY PIZZA HOUSE MISS! GROTON NIANTIC WATERFALLS Phone 759-6256 HAMBURGERS C ompliment: of J. SOLOMON INC. WHOLESALE STATIONERS Guy's Service Station, IHC GUY L. GADA, Pres. PHONE GI 3-8461 "SEE GUY BEFORE YOU BUY" so MAIN sir. NEW LONDON, CONN. 87 WEST MAIN STREET '179 ' ,ff a 5m Ei A ' fzfivg ef ' W' fef . 1- .Ill .IPI .5 .,., ,.. ,. , 1115?-: w' THE STYLE SHOPS , Serving Faxlaion-wire Coed! a on Both Side: of the River LUMBER CO. New London - Groton Lumber and Building Materials Phone 443-4555 Phone 739-8906 Area Code 203 ,ip I 5 5' 3 P . eaufg ounge, nc. ', ,A 345 Main gg,-,eg " " Q 150 Howard Street Nianiic, Conn. k 0 , if N "The Finest in Beauty Cute V New London' Conn for the Discriminating Woman" ., p i , WATERFORD PHARMACY CARD N' PARTY SHOP 106 Boston Post Road Waterford, Conn. ACOMPLIMENTS OF Fine furniture is affordable at Mens and Boys Shop Juvenile Shoppe SHAFNEWS KAYES Jumor Fashlons 64 Huntington St.-New London Shoe World Groton Shopping Plaza--Groton State Street New London 180 ROBERT'S Players - T.V. - Records - Radio The finer: in lorwf Tel. 442-5514 90 Bank Street THE NIANTIC LUMBER coMPANY Building Materialr at the Shore N iantic, Conn. BLUE HILLS CABINS Routes l and 95 junction 85 Waterford, Conn. Tel. 442-1305 Telephone 443-3082 WONG'S RESTAURANT Chinese and American Food Open from 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 pm. 78 Truman Street New London, Conn. ROGER MOTORS, INC. 939 Bank Street New London Cadillac Oldrmobile Sales-Service Value Rated Used Cars Telephone 445-2844 TUDOR PRESS Tel. 443-8629 58 Raymond Street New London, Conn. LINCOLN MERCURY coucaAR SJLZTSE 155 MONTAUK AVENUE NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT FALVEY'S SERVICE STATION I Texaco - Oil Lubdication - Auto Repairing Tires - Batteries - Accessories Road Service Complete auto body repairs and painting Phone 443-9152 47 1 Ocean Avenue NEW LONDON TEN PIN V X, I 47 F Frontage Road -- Rte. 95, New London, Conn. 443-8378 HOLIDAY INN BROAD STREET GROTON, CONNECTICUT TEL. 445-8141 PERRY 8. STONE Jewelers and Silversmitbs Since 1865 Tel. 442-5650 296 State Street New London, Conn. C Opposite Mohegan Hotel D BUTLER'S CHEVROLET, INC. 452 Broad Street I New London, Connecticut 443-8435 - Chevrolet Quality Dealer Telephone 443-4545 "Living Sound" Hearing Aids TUGGLE MEDICAL LABORATORY 150 Broad Street Cor. Williams Street NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT Mrs. Louise Cassidy Warren M. Tuggle, M.T. Representative Director CONSUELO'S BEAUTY SALON CLARA BARGER-PROPRIETOR Specializing In Wig Styling and Cleaning Helene Curtis Relaxer Hair Styling-Cutting-Coloring Permanents-Scalp Treatments Call for Appointment 50 Washington 443-6504 I PHARMACY Niantic Connecticut F or The More Discriminating Lady . . . NIANTIC PUBLIC MARKET INC. B L A I R ' S 254 Main Street Niantic, Conn. 166-170 State Street New London, Conn. Sewmg Emem Com' Fo' over Forty Year: Buy at BRATER'S Luggage-China+Glassware-Arrist Materials FIS Co. Gifts 259 State Street New London, Connecticut The Taste That Tells The Flavor That Sells The Finest Under The Sun CARWINS 243 State Street Bass Weejuns Pappagalios New London, Conn. Tel. 442-5355 FJ VISION TO REALITY The idea of travel beneath the sea is as old as man. Yet, the First practical submarine, the U. S. Navy's Holland, was built only 67 years ago. Since the turn of the century the submarine has gone from o crude vessel, representing more hope than realization, to a nuclear powered wonder. Today, nuclear at- tack submarines and nuclear Polaris Firing submarines, are guarding freedom around the globe. This came about because men with ideas were willing to meet the challenge of changing vision to reality-a challenge of hard work, readiness to learn and, above all, a desire to move ahead with new ideas. Their success proved an old idea. The future belongs to those who prepare for it. GENERAL DYNAMICS Electric Boat Division 184 TEXACO PRODUCTS ' Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. n s C0 ALA RENALDI'S TEXACO STATION MOTOR TUNE-UP 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE 3 WRECKERS Phone 445-5277 2 SHENNECOSSET RD. NORM RENALDI, Prop. GROTON, CONN. HOPKINS 8. LOVE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 81 PENNSYLVANIA AVE., NIANTIC, CONN TEL. 739-5444 RICHARD D. LOVE 185 DeNoia Bros. 258 Bank Street, New London Home of Distinctive Furniture Quality Appliances 442-8511 442-8512 "Smart folks still prefer" GRIMES CLEANERS 54-58 Ocean Ave. New London, Connecticut Free pick-up and delivery service 'U phone: 442-2411 v 4. I WEDDINGS CUT FLOWERS A N N E L L O 1 S - 'A n . FUNERALS PLANTS Continental Hairstyling l M 4 6 A 7' DOUSIS FLORISTS 94 H U S 6 A Say it with Flower: untington t. fx 'B - V 271 M ' s New London, Conn. ' am meet Niantic, Conn. 06357 739-5000 Specializing in A11 Beauty Services B ext Wixber "GIRARD MOTORS" Home of Quality Used Cars 543 Coleman St. New London " ff Q gr AND Rt. 184 Groton, Conn. FASHION FABRIC CENTER for complete sewing needs felephone 445-9763 7 COMPLETE DESIGN CONCEPT -2,25 4 3 sooo senvvce eounpmsm' W Q- :Fl Facilities Design Associates, Ino. jk-' iii. The New London ggi STORE FIXTURE COMPANY Ex' I1 Hannah Annu - New RMON. Connlcbcvt - R813 441-Bill 4 Trumbull Airport Groton, Conn. TURANO'S 130 Bank Street UNITED ELECTRIC New London, Cm- SU P P CO I N C Tailoring and Tuxedo Rentalr Wholesale Electrical Dirtributofs 13 Washington Street TH AMES AUTQ BQDY William J. Harris, Prop. New I-0Ud0fL COHU- 428 Bank Street New London, Conn. 445-7429 WQEGIQDYEFDRI . H Ph yy : Q -.4 ' 'fha me one KG! fifiwfiigg 442-8248 ' ' ' sulsMAN, sHAPlRo s. woot N.L. HAIRDRESSING ACADEMY 325 State Street New London, Conn. 255 State Street it ' wax fx-J :W AN- ff view X . -if "' f ,-, gin '..,, f 5' ii-V7. Eihamez Bunk nmpang - 34 TRUMAN STREET - - NEW LONDON, coNN. osszo .ri af: 'evE'g,g"Q1"" qi I. ,J I Wholesalers to Schools and Libraries 187 PATAGANSET FINISHING COMPANY, INC. Niantic, Conn. Bunon S.Fedennan an Insurance and Real Estate Phone 443-8319 d ELLY'S Drene: - Suit: - Gown: - Coat: Sportswear - Lingerie - jewelry 127 STATE STREET NEW LONDON CAMPUS PIZZA HOUSE Delicioux Hot Pizza Pie: Tarty Hot oven Grinder: Our Specialty Orders pu: up to rake our Phone 443-1933 188 CITY COAL COMPANY 410 Bank Street New London, Conn. ,N g' -., 1" - 0' '1 1 J 1 Bert Wirhef Q s BOTTINELLI MONUMENT COMPANY o' , - .0 .o o e Q I u ,s ' ew London, Conn. llfllflldliIlllllllllllllllllllllldlll , 585 Broad Street Clothiers to gentlemen and their so ns New London, Conn. Sixty State Street, N.L. MARTIN AND HOLDS" BAND INSTRUMENTS Howard Johnson's Restaurant Singerland 8c Leedy Drum Outfits Balanced Batons 929 Bank Street Complete Line of Musical Accessories New London, Conn, 159 STATE STREET Phone Gibson 2-1337 RUDY'5 FLOWER BOX BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON 255 Main Street Tel. 442-3779 Niantic 116 Ocean Avenue New London, Conn. 73-98360 LADIES' FASHIONS Qlarriage Elrzthr llnr. 391 COLMAN STREET NEW LONDON, CONN. Open Wed., Thurs., Friday until 9:00 189 Installations and Repairs Compliments Antenna: - Auto Rtzdiof - Hi Fi - Stereo Sound S ystenzf of CENTRALE T.V. 8: RADIO SERVICE CO. H. Irving Cohen, Prop. Tel, 443-5501 - 3-5302 225 B2-nk Street New London 439 Ocean Avenue New London, Conn. CONNECTICUT CIRCLE HOUSE OF TEE The Magazine of the Constitution State ,The home of ,ine fe"1f"f'teff'ffff0'U" Historical - Factual- Fictional Groton New London 682 Long Hill Road 505 State Street Tel, 443-5443 Offices - 302 State Street Flower By THE CORSET SHOP F I S H E R Girdles - Bras - Lingerie - Sportswear Tel. 442-9450 Bathing Suits 87M Broad Street New London, Conn. 4 Benoii's oYER's PHARMACY INC. of New London A Signature of Quality in , Men's Wear Free Delivery Hathaway Pendleton Arrow Norman Hilton Hg- Tel' 4458439 H:I:S Stanely Blacker i Lord Jeff Mavest 237 Jefferson Avenue New London' Conn' 174 State Street Downtown New London 190 I-44"-', 442-8105 ' www 1 """""'f -5 N Italian-American Cuisine Luncheons - Banquets Dinners - Weddings 514 New London By-Pass 0 New London CAt Coleman St. Overpassj 443-6228 6 0 I. D E N we Gracious Dining In-An Elegant Atmosphere 150 New London By-Pass CAt the New London Motelj WAYSIDE FURNITURE OF WATERFORD 55 BOSTON POST ROAD WYLLIE HARDWARE CO., INC. 415 Main Street Niantic, Connecticut 759-5 248 N. J. GORRA 8. BROS. New London Connecticut WATERFORD TILE CO. 55 Boston Post Road New London, Conn HAMILTON PRINTING COMPANY OFFSET -- LETTERPRESS 287 Main Street N IANTIC, CONNECTICUT COLONIAL TEXACO SERVICE STATION MAIN STREET, NIANTIC I xAc NATIONAL PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. COMPLIMENTS OF Tel. 442-45 58 356-364 Bank Street New London, Conn NEW LONDON SHOPPING CENTER 192 BARTOL REFRIGERATION Air Conditioning and Refrigerator: Saler and Service IN DOWNTOWN NEW LONDON SINCE 1926 ' C Handy Rear Entrance Next To City Parking Lotj Tel. 442-4327 New I.ONDON'S LARGEST Furniture Store 271-275 Broad Street New London Conn. GATES 8. BECKWITH CAPITOL TAILORS Retailer in pain, - Hwdwme - Wall Pape, rewerwing - repairing - alterations Painting and Decorating Contractors mm and women appwel Tel. 442-8567 597 Williams Street 19 Union Street New London, Conn. New London, Conn. .Xu r. ,U . I err Ermblirbed 1 91 0 T.N.M. LATHROP INC. 545 Broad Street, New London Mercedes-Benz Austin-Healey Jaguar MG You Can Be Sure . . . If It's Westinghouse Sales - Service fe?-E77 Washers Bert Wirher Refrigerator l l Dryers Ranges 114 - Television - BEACON CLEANERS HOME ELECTRIC co. Tel. HI 5-6951 iw 2 PAUL SANDREW, Prop. 3 Thames Street if "IL 5- , ,J Groton 205 Montauk Avenue Q COpp. State Police D 195 L NEW LONDON CAMERA CO. SERVICE PLUS DISCOUNTS 158 State Street New London, Conn. Drnperies Lingerie Belgggiggds P5335 NLH Students like to stop at the PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY M L. G. Contillo, Reg. Pharm. B.S. 'N nu' nun Pfercfiption Specialirtx Blankets Hose 206 Broad Street New London, Conn. Rugs Bras Telephone 445-1867 Venetian Blinds - Shades L. B. MCEWEN AGENCY, INSURANCE 302 state street 2 69- New London, Connecticut FRAME GALLERY St d ti Cnrzomx Framing - Rertomtion - Fine Am and Printr Il en I' Mapr and Cham Expertly Mounted - Wedding Tmyr l. 442-6 You must take the school driving course to save Te 355 on automobile insurance premiums. 507 State Street New London, Conn. THE ,CROCKER HOUSE "New Londonif Friendly Hotel" Phone 445-5 371 New London, Conn. 194 Best Wifber from HUB 8. ED NEILAN Compliments of NIILBOER'S BAKERY 462 Bank Street New London, Connecticut 443-5000 - Birthday Cakes Specialty Skilled Personnel and a Modern Printing Plant Combine to Give You Printing of the Best Quality NEW LONDON PRINTING COMPANY, INC. Tel. 445-4535 6-10 Union Street For the best in travel service KLINGERMAN TRAVEL INC 11 Bank Street New London, Conn. 443-2855 NEW LONDON MILLS INC. Floorcovering Manufacturers New London Connecticut LINCOLN OIL CO. Tel. 442-9486 769 Bank Street New London, Conn. LEO'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP "The Harbor of Los: S alex" Tel. 443-7580 787 Bank Street New London, Conn. Leo A. Messina, Prop. N.L. FURNITURE STORE 41 GOLDEN STREET NEW LONDON, CONN. I il' 3 U - I1 S ' 'mn I. BUREAU ' Q I ALL AIR LINE TICKETS OSTEAMSHIP TRAVEL Q RESORTS HOTELS B . . se NEWCEONNNEGN' snorou, coma. CONN, 441.0531 M5-59M .II9-1353 ,I ,H 1 1 r 3 Convenient Locahons To rve You H0 STATE ST. GROTON I BROADWAY SHOPPERS MART NORWICH. RICHARD H. PUGH, Realtor - 1. v-cw LDNDON'B REAL :Surg .'i.Bf3'5Er,,,k Ano msunANr:: cormzn ' I xl -"',vfg'Nf4Pf- -Q ..v-,. ' f2Y":f7F51W'Lf"-' .:-ISE'-PL.. LT' - TE:-fl, F?-Pt"-B,9.'irf-ILQLTA "'4.F' '5-.:v..' lg"-5:1-fgl. -11,-1. ..-e-r- 55 21- ----4 nn' '5 21-r'f5L::"f "-?-i,'?"-- ':.Ll7",,-'1 'f -' " ,' ezf' ""----...-1 w e 3" - nf' LLL f 145122 "T -I 1 I Li L' . . tg 34? A 1 m . Mit I. - '-1,1 ,.4,,?. gn! 'T ' gh -Q .U-Q ' ' i'T1ii.'.f."' '22-rY?r'-M '. .-. -QV . i ,fx . .,., - , Wm. swf 51 ---P' Since 1928 Member American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers I Ocean Avenue Greenhouses Corsages - Bouquets - Arrangements Flower! of Divination Tel. 442-9478 369 Ocean Avenue New London, Conn. QRear of Lawrence Memorial Hospitalj SAVARD BROS. INC. Traditional Good Taste In Finer Men's Wear 44 VARIETIES New England Style Hand Made by 548 Colman Street New London, Conn. Tel. 443-9937 LOUIS LEVINE AGENCY Imumnce - Real Eftate 277 State Street New London, C ODD. GLOCK FUEL COMPANY BOSTON POST ROAD EAST LYME, CONN. 739-8015 SERVICE AROUND THE CLOCK - BY GLOCK Tuxedos For Rent MIKE'S MEN'S WEAR Youg Men? Wear - Latert Style: 58 Bank Street New London, Conn. MONTAUK PHARMACY Lester H. Ableman, B.S., Reg. Phat. Complete Drug and Prercription Service Prompt Free Delivery - Phone 443-5359 209 Montauk Avenue - Corner Willetts 'N 'N 1 v lu f lcE HGIQWOIEL I -Ml QE THE NIANTIC FUEL CO. 308 Main St. Niantic, Conn. Phone 739-7705 Fuel Oil MOBIL Range Oil NEW LONDON BUSINESS COLLEGE NEW ENGLAND 231 State Street CIGAR AND TOBACCO INC. New London Summer Term - July 1, 1967 91 Crystal Ave. New London, Conn. Fall Term - September 11, 1967 "3 GENERATIONS OF QUALITY SERVICE" .,- -f-2 mo ern 3 MINER " "W"Z"f " T AGf"i1me t IIIIf"I'I"'I' gg Real esigzrlsaus u .1-iii: ' In-ws , I Ti w - Q J gr. New London - Groton 5' :pm 151,155 96 HUNTINGTON ST. NEW LONDON i ,f 'I I - N ART'S ESSO I 2 Locations to Serve You 215 Montauk Avenut 4 Ocean Avenue 24 Hour Wrecker Service AAA ALA X For The Best in Dairy Product! RADWAY'S DAIRY Tel. 445-8921 9 7 29 jefferson Avenue New London, Conn. Dairy Bor 0 Delicatessen U Coffee Bor Long Hill Rd.. Groton 81 52 Ocean Ave.. New London Where Tasty Goodness and Expert Know-How Are or Paramount Importance PARADE NEWS KRIEGER'S PHARMACY, INC. BOOKS STATIONERY 2 10 Montauk Avenue - Corner Wihetts 68 State Street Downtown New London' Conn' New London Shopping Center Maurice NASSER SW? WM ji NEW LONDON SHOPPING CENTER SMITH INSURANCE GIFTS DRAPERIES Groton - New London - Niantic 198 Bert Wirher WHALING CITY FORD New London, Conn. AMPLE PARKING PIZZA PIES PIZZARAMA DRIVE-IN WITH PERSONALITY GRINDERS OVEN TOASTED PIZZAS MEDIUM at KING SIZE ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 625 BROAD ST. 442-1738 NEW LONDON, CONN. J. S. SILVERSTEIN 8. SONS R A U B ' S REALTORS Scout Supplier Models - Sporting Gdods - Hardware Real Ertate - Insurance - Apprairal: 26 Bank Street New London, Conn. Tel- 4438383 18M Meridian Street New London, Conn. REDDEN 8. RYAN AGENCY ARTHUR H. SHURTS 8. SONS Real Estate, Iururanee and Apprairalr 309 State Street New London, Conn. 46 Meridian Street New London, Conn. 5 C H A B l E I N ' 5 RALPH STRONG - Moroncvcuss 1 1 Verpa Scoozerr - Triumph anal BSA Motoreycler . Shoe: For The Entzre Famzly Tel. 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KEELER Aventis, soum NORWALK, cowuecticuf 06856 CONNECTICUT New YoRK 838-4761 MEIrose 5 4112 y J MANurAc'run.en.s or 1-...Pen sxuce xsso -rounmo Boxes since :ess ROBERTSON - PAPER- BCDX COMPANY - INcoP.PoP.A'reD MONTVILL6-CONNECTICUT NEW YORK. 205 BOSTON 1 If 1 1 Student Body Index A Adel, Jeffrey 98 Adel, Marc 54, 134, 119 Aimetti, Arthur 89 Aimetti, Donald 54 Amanti, Thomas 98 Alger, Annie 92 Alger, Michael 40 Algiere, Charles 89 Allard, Paulette 54 Allard, Robert 92 Allen, Edward 89, 161 Allen, Roger 98, 116 Alloway, Lindsay 98, 110 Al1oway,Scott 89, 115, 137, 122 Almond, Frances 92 Alter, Rochelle 62 Amanti, Thomas 152 Ames, Donald 92 Anderson, Donald 98 Anderson, Edward 92 Anderson, Leslie 54, 58, 104, 116, 120, 123 Anderson, Ramona 92 - Anderson, Thomas 95, 118 Annis, Robert 92 Anapashk, Gregory 92, 114, 130 , Apanashk, Marcia 54, 68, 111, 116, 114, 128, 158 Apes, Michael 92 Aquitante, James 92 Aquitante, joseph 89 Archer, Beverly 89, 114 Ark, Alice 89, 114 Armstrong, Richard 98 Arthur, Mack 98 Atwood, Dennis 89 Augmon, Donna 102 Ayer, Larry 92 Ayson, Gregory 92 B Bailey, John 32, 44, 92 Baker, Nancy 54, 58, 62, 72, 111, 116, 120, 123 Baker, Richard 16, 34, 92, 113 Baldelli, Albert 89, 113 Baldelli, Albert 89, 113 Baldwin, Dwight 98 Balestracci, Louis 92 Baline, Ira 54, 104, 106, 114, 115, 114 Ballis, Katherine 98 Banks, Raymond 89, 118 Baratz, James 35, 92, 113, 130, 122 0 0 Belcher, Richard 54 Belgrade, Judith 55, 116 Belgrade, Neale 55 Belgrade, Steven 55 Belleiieur, Daniel Bellefieur, Joan 98 Benitez, Grissel 89 Benjamin, Sandy 101 Bennett, Charles 92 Bennett, Daniel 95 Berardo, Robert 92 Berg, Arnold 92 Bergeron, john 89 Berman, Henry 62, 92, 113, 150 Berman, Laura 55-106, 111, 116 Bernacki, jennifer 92, 116, 118 Bernoudy, Glenn 92, 130 Bernoudy, Ronald 92 O Bernstein, Beth 73, 89, 104, 106, 108, 110, 111, 114 Bettencourt, Susan 55 Bickford, Linda 41, 89 Bigelow, Donna 31, 98 Bigelow, Regina 89 Bingham, Leslie 89 Birchall, Teresa 98 Biriiiiyi, Louis 52, 55, 65, 106, 111, 117, 120, 124, 1 5 Birinyi, Richard 40, 73, 89, 106, 111, 124, 144, 145 Bishop, Sherry 55 Blackwell, LaVena 55 Blondet, Gary 92 Blotsky, Karen 87 Bonano, Elizabeth 55 Bonanno, Melinda 87 Bond, Paul 93 Bonelli, Ann Marie 55 Bonelli, Daniel 55 Bongiorno, Bonnie Ann 98, 115 Booth, Kevin 114, 130 Boras, Despina 93 Borkowski, Janzia 55 Bowes, Thomas 55 Bradshaw, Carol 55, 72, 117, 146 Brailey, Donald 29, 56, 63, 110 Brandon, Alice 93, 109, 110, 114, 125 Brandt, Kevin 25, 56 Braun, Linda 52, 56, 63, 68, 72, 108, 110, 116, Barclay, Jack 54, 134, 150, 151, 152, 11 Bargnesi, Mark 92 Barnes, Donna 92 Barnes, Samuel 89 Barnhill, Phyllis 102 Baron, Edward 98 Barry, Karl 89 Barth, Sandra 54, 117 Bartolucci, Pete 54, 63, 69, 1 Barycki, Patricia 98 Basilica, Rocco 92, 106 Bates, Patricia 92 114 Bates, Richard 54 Bauer, Janice 92, 108, 116 Bayliss, Robert 89 Bayreuther, Leigh 54 Bayreuther, Lind 92 Becker, Marilyn 92, 116 Beckwith, Deborah 53, 54, 6 Beckwith, Diane 62, 89, 109 Beckwith, James 54 Beebe, Lynn 92 Belbruno, Edward 92 13, 117 2, 160 128, 158 Brennan, Anthony 8, 114 Brennan, John 93, 130 Brennan, Joseph 130 Brennan, Robert 93 Brewster, Claire 56 Brickates, Evanthia 10, 87, 105, 111, 117 Brickman, Gale 98, 110 Brodaski, james 56 Brockett, Paul 56 Broccoli, Nancy 56, 110 Brodaski, Sharon 98 Brodeur. Robert 56, 63 Broga, Carolyn 93 Bronitsky, Iris 98, 110, 116 Brouillier, Robert 87 Brophy, Peter 116 Brouwer, Debra 98 Brown, Daniel 95, 130 Brown, David 93 Brown, Kathleen 98 Brown, Phillip 87 Brown Rosanne 93 Brown: Theresa 107 Brown, Susan 98 206 117, 137, B1-uns, Leland 116, 118 Bryant, Johnny 113 Bryant, Kenneth 56, 113, 130 Bucknell, Howard 56 Buckner, Deborah 115 Budlong, Cheryl 93 Burdick, Reid 93, 113, 116 Burgess, David 93 Burgis, Ruby 98 Burgis, Shirley 98 Burgis, Vetnice 115 Burke, James 56 Burke, Robert 56, 62, 79, 111 Burnham, Robert 56, 111, 130, Burns, Harry 93 Burns, james 87, 150 Burns, Leland 87 Burns, Nanette 98 Burnstein, Carol 98, 115 Burrow, Linda 93 Burwood, Janet 87 Busca, Lauren 98 Buscetto, Michael 98 Butt, Margaret 87, 110 Buzenski, Pamela 93, 114 Bychowsky, Paul 56 C Cable, Carol 98 Cable, Gary 98 Cable, Robert 56 Caldwell, Brenda 57 Caldwell, Vera 99 Call, Philip 16, 53, 57, 111, 13 Callahan, Eugene 113 Callens, Franklin 98, 132, 152 Calmon, Nadine 99, 106, 110 Cameron, Eileen 10, 87, 128 Cameron, Robert 93 Candales, Barbara 101 Candales, Robert 137, 139 Cannamela, Paula 99 Canon, Frederick 99, 113 Cantin, Diane 99 Caple, Harold 93 Caple, Teya 99 Capozzi, Dona 31, 93, 114 Carboni, Edward 87, 139 Carboni, Sally 57 Carey, Stephen 42, 89 Carkeek, Stephanie 87 1 0, 19 131,134, Carlson Annamari 17, 39, 57 Carlson, Cheryl 93 Caronia, Rose Ann 57 Carson, Nancy 99 Carson, Ralph 37, 99, 98, 116, 152 Carter, Jacqueline 93 Carter, Michael 99, 132 Caruso, Thomas 99 Cary, Stephen 42, 87 Cascio, Maryann 29, 87, 108 Cascio, Peter 57 Casey, Daniel 117 Casey, Hugh 57 Casey, Patricia 57, 105 Cash, Donald 93 Cassanerio, Nancy 39, 62, 93, 106, 116, 12 Castanza, Catherine 99 Castleberry, Debra 99 Cawley, Mary 57, 114 Ceil, Gary 93 Cercena, Eleanor 57 Chamberlain, Edward 99 Chamberlain, Marianna 57, 105 8 Core Thomas 93 Chamberlain, Susan 87 Student Body Index Douchette, June 60 Douglas, Emmett 60 Chance, Patricia 62, 73, 87, Chann, Steve 57 Chapman, Clark 100 Chapman, Collen 87 Chapman, Evelyn 24, 99 Chapman, Irene, 57, 118 Chapman, Patrick 35, 87 Cha man Robert 99 132 U 1 1 Chappell, Elizabeth 93 Chappell, Linda 57, 118 Chappelle, Frederick 53. 57, 63, 137 Chellies, Diane 93 116,117,148 V, Corkran, Mollie 91 Corpuz, Anthony 59 Corse, Sharon 91 Coluombe, Joanne 91 Couremenos, Helen 93 Coyne, Patricia 93 Craig, Kerry 93 Cramer, Robert 59, 130, Crawford, Jackie 93 134, 136 Crawford, Thomas 91, 113, 150, 151 Crocker, David 91, 118 Crosby, Robert 29, 93 Douglas, Ernest 53, 60, 130, 131, 132, 119 Douglas, Theresa 9 Dougwillo, Denise 90, 108, 110, 111, 116 Douros, Linda 61 Dover, Frank 61, 113, 140, 159 Dozier, Angel 149 Drago, Stephen 95 Drago, Susan 95 Drake, Robert 95, 113 Draminski, Frank 95 Dreyfus, Brent 137 116, 129 Chesler, Jennifer, 16, 53, 58, 62, 72, 104, 105, 111, Fabbri, Donna 61 Chesler, Susan 99, 106, 110 Chester, James 114, 118 Chihocki, Richard 91 Christiansen, Roger 99 Christiansen, Scott 58 Christie, Bruce 101, 132 Christina, Steven 91 nnnn ner Anthony 93, 130,105 , iw. "W humpitazi, eia , 117, 118, 149 Church, Diane 93, 108, 118 Church, William 93 Clark, Fern 58, 118 Clark, Karen 40, 93 Clark, Kristina 25. 93. 110, 116 Clark, Peter 99 Clark, Susan 91, 116, 117 Clark, Valerie 93, 114 Clarke, Kathleen 93 Clarke, Stanley 58 Clausen, Judy 99 Clausen, Ruth 91 Cloutier, Michele 58 Cloutier, Suzanne 30, 99 Cochran, Deborah 93 Coder, Agnes 58, 110 Cody, Edward 58 Coen, Christine 98 Coen, Lee Ann 91 Coen, Michael 91 Cohen, Marilyn 91 Colandrea, Anthony 93, 113 Colandrea, Diane 91, 108 Coleman, Brenda 31, 99 Coleman, John 93 Coleman, William 93. 150 Collins, David 58, 63 Collins, Larry 99 Collins, Mark 73, 93,111,113,118 Crosby, William 59 Crowley, John 98 Crowley, Martha 93, 108, 109, 111, 117 Cueinin, Linda, 91, 100 Cumberlander, Ronald 91 Cunningham, William 91 Czekala, Daniel 93, 136 D Daboll, Richard 91, 117 Dahl, Christian 59 Dakos, Linda 93 Dale, Karen 98 Daley, Sandra 98 Dall, Wililam 93, 130, 144, 145 D'AmiC0, Genevieve 59, 108, 110, 111, 117 D'Angelo, Deborah 91, 104, 106, 108, 111, 114, 116, 107 Daniels, Janice 91, 117 Daniels, Ralph 91 Daniels, Sharon, 93 Dantzler, Kevan 95 Dantzler, Varnia 91, 117 Davidson, Gary 60 Davis, Paula 98 Davis, Philip 91 Day, Kathleen 60 DeBartolo, Thomas 60, 117 DeCosta, Richard 60 DeHaan, Cynthia 108 Dembek, Robert 98, 152 Dempsey, Catherine 60 Dempsey, Helen 33, 60 Dempsey, John 95, 114 Dendy, Julie 100, 105, 115 DeNolfo, Philip 90 DeRedon, Robert 90 Derry, Irene 98, 149 Derry, Michael 95, 113 Derry Vivian 90, 148 DeSantis, Thomas 98 Driscoll, Elizabeth 61, Drohomyrecky, Alex 6 DuBrow, Andrea 95, Duford, Kathleen 95, Dufresne, Ellen 90 104, 108,111,116 1 125 113 Duggan, Constance 95, 117 Duggan, William 61 Duncan, Deborah 98 Dupont, Karen 95 Duzant, Danie 95 Duzant, Gwendolyn 41, 98, 149 Dyiak, James 95 E Eccleston, Albert 98, 132, 152 Eccleston, Paula 100, 110 Eckstadt, Edee 95, 110, 114 Edwards, Thomas 61 Edwards, Michael 95, 118 Edmond, Richard 103 Egan, Patricia 61 Elder, PCSEY 95, 108, 116 Eldridge, Francis 100 Elfenbein, Roberta 61 ,63,72,111,113,117, Elliott, Diane 61,108, 110, 111, 117 Elliott, Mark 95 Ellis, David 100, 132 Ellis, William 61, 140, 159 Ellison, Anne 53, 61, 120, '124 72,104,105, 116,117, Enders, Diana 100, 106, 110, 116 Enders, Gayle 61, 10 158, 167 Enos, Mary 38, 95 Epperson, John 90, 1 Ericson, David 90 4, 108, 110, 111, 116, 16 F Fabricant, Richard 62, 73, 90, 117, 122 Fahey, Carol 61, 148, 149 Fa11CY1 J0SCph 61, 137, 138, 150, 153 Collins, Ruth 58 Concascia, Mary Jane 91 Condy, Angela 99, 116 Condy, Deborah 62, 73, 91, 114,116, 161 Connorton, Joan 59, 116 Cook, Brady 59, 137 Cook, Swight, 93. 118 Cook, Ida 93 Cook, Kathleen 99 Cook, Lawrence 91 Cook, Minnie 93 Cook, Vicky 99 Cookson, Donna 59, 72, 108, 110, 128 Detz, Susan 98, 120, 123, 124 Devlin, Susan 98 Dey, Constance 60 Diaz, Carmen 95 Diaz, Marysol 98 Dibble, Debra 98, 106 Dickey, Mildred 95 Dickinson, Dric 60 Dillon, Mary 95 DiSte1fano, Rochelle 60, 78, 104, 108, 110, 116, 120, 12 Dixon, Lonnie 98 Dixon, Valerie 60 Fargo, Edward 90, 113 Farago, Michael 64 Faria, David 64 Faria, David 64, 113 Faria, Dennis 64 Farina, Frank 64, 116 Farrior, Lora-Lee 90 Fatone, Anita 90, 116 Fatone, Vito 15, 130, 150, 119 Fattori, Judy 64, 108, 110 Federman, Karen 73, 105, 108, 117 Feldman, Linda 64, 108, 110 Ferguson, Lorraine 64 Ferguson, Robert 64 Fetcher, Marilyn 90, 108, 110 Dodson, Dianna 60 Cookson, Lana 99. 115 Cookson, Leon 99 Dodds, Carolyn 73, 95, 110, 114, 149 Cooper, Susan 91, 105, 116 Corchinski, Linda 98, 115 Corey, Dorothy 116 Corey, Jill 91, 108, 116, 163 Corey, Linda 59, 108, 110 Dolin, Pamela 90, 108, Donatello, Carl 90, 113 Donovan, Kathleen 90 Donovan, William 60 Donow, Richard 98 110,116 Piano, Louis 62, 64, 69, 72, 130, 119 Fields, Cynthia 90, 116, 148 Fike, Janet 62, 73, 110, 113, 116 Finnegan, Rhonda 100 Fisher, J. Bradford 24, 100, 113, 114, 116 128 107 128, 207 ,, Flagg, Judy 115 Flanagan, Elizabeth 100, 110, 114 Flanagan, Gregory 26 Flannigan, James 63, 64, 72, 117, Flannigan, John 100 Flitt, Leslie 100, 110, 113 Flora, Alycia 110, 114, 149 Flora, Frank 90, 130 Floyd, James 64 Floyd, Richard 90 Fogelman, Jean 64 Fogleman, Linda 100 Foley, John 100 Follett, Crystal Forest, Edward 100, 132, 152 Forest, James 100 Forest, Linda 32, 90, 111 Fortune, Kenneth 90 Foye, Eileen 108, 117 Foye, Peter 63, 64, 72, 137, 150, 153 Foye, Richard 100, 132, 152 Fox, Carol 90, 108, 114 Francis, Jeanette 117 Francis, Marilyn 90 Francois, Jacqueline 110, 114 Frank, Maxine 73, 125 Frankel, David 90 Frazier, Theodore 100 Free, Victoria 90 Frederick, Charlene 100 Freeman, David 100 Freeman, Marilyn 40, 64, 106, 111, 116 Freeman, Richard 90, 130, 137, 138, 119 Fricke, Linda 65, 108, 110, 114 Friedman, Gail 90, 106, 108 Froscello, Gred 136 Fucello, Fred 92 Fuhrman, Andrea 104, 106, 116, 107 Fulchiero, Christina 65, 111, 116 Fulgueras, Amanda 88 Fulgueras, Rolante 150 Fuller, Leonard 116 G, . Gaffney, June 40, 53, 62, 65, 111, 116, 11 Gallup, Evelyn 90, 105, 108, 110, 114, 11 Gamage, Gary 90 Gambro, Michael 100, 132 Gardner, Diana 65 Garrett, John 41, 65, 107 Gary, Gerald 100 Alma 31, 88 Daniel 100 James 88 Lauren 110 Garza, Garza, Gates, Gates, Gaynor, Marianna 73, 108, 109, 117, 128 Geer, Margaret 105 Gelman, Jayne 100, 110, 116 Geltzer, Bonnie 100, 115 George, Denise 100, 115 Gerofsky, Carolyn 73, 110, 111, 117 Gershowitz, Elaine 100, 106, 110, 116 Gershowitz, Sandra 65, 104, 108 Gerwick, Donald 65 Gianakos, Anne 86, 87, 116, 128, 158 Gierhart, George 29, 63, 65, 73, 130, 119 Gigliotti, David 90, 108, 137 Gilbert, Edward 65 Gilliard, Randolph 94 7, 120, 124Gfi110, Toni 62, 65, 66, 140 8, 161 Ginsberg, Jane 62, 88, 108, 116, 118, 120, Giustini, James 88 Glenn, William 96 Glock, Carol 88 Glock, Sharon 88 123, 125 Student Body Index Glynn, James 88 Godard, Gloria 65 Golart, Betteiane 52, 63, 65, 68, 73, 104, 105, 116, 142, 119, 144, 145 120, 122 Goldberg, Pauline 37, 88 Goldstein, David 103, 113 Goldstein, Michael 62, 88, 116,117 Goldstein, Robert 101, 113 Gomez, Gomez, Gomez, Gomez, Goode, Goode, Goode, Angela 88 Dolores 94 Donna 94 Julia 101 Marcia 88 Sharyn 65 Stephen 94, 145 Gordon, Charlene 88, 111, 128, 163 Gordon, Wanda 26, 73, 86, 87, 105, Gorra, John 88, 113 Goss, Catherine 94, 110, 116 Goss, Norton 113 Gottesdiener, Ira 94 Gottwalt, Colleen 94 Grabel, Linda 101 Grabel, Richard 101 Gracewski, Alan 63, 65 Gracewski, Diane 24, 94, 110, 116 Grady, James 94, 130 Grady, John 101 Graham, Ruth 94, 105 Graham, Warren 34, 35, 94, 113 Granata, Anthony 88, 136 Grant, Errol 65 Gray, Cheryl 94 Gray, Michael 101 Green, Artelia 63, 66 Green, Barbara 88, 110, 117, Greene, Linda 66, 105, 157 Greiner, John 66 Gressler, Barbara 88 Grew, Howard 66, 111, 118 Griiith, Edmund 101 Griffith, Patricia 88 Grilhths, Barbara 88 128 Griswold, Brenda 40, 94 Grohocki, Gladys 101 Grohocki, Mary Ann 88 Grondzik, Helen 60, 110 Gross, Norton 90 Grossman, Robert 101 Guarino, Cassandra 101 Guastamachio, David 88 Guazzo, Patricia 62, 73, 94, 116 Guazzo, JoAnne 73, 88, 93, 105 Guerin, JoAnn 101, 108 Guilloe, William 94, 141 Gumbo, Hugo 88, 157 Gunther, Agnes 88 Gunther, Barbara 94 Gurland, Herbert 88 H Hackenberg, Glenn 94 Hadley, Audrey 66 Hall, Candy 62 Hall, Karen 94 Hamilton, Beverly 66 Hammerstrem, David 66, 113 Hann, Kathleen 40 Hann, Paul 53, 66, 130, 131 Hanson, Scott 94 Hardrick, Theodore 94 Hargrove, Charles 101 Hargrove, Mary Jane 101, 115, 149 208 111,116,149 Harris, Arlene 24, 94, 105, 110, 114, 117 Harris, Deborah 94 Harrison, Anthony 94, 130, 119 Harrison, Donald 66, 69, 144, 145 Harrison, Milton 101 Hart, Ramona 101, 115 Harvey, William 101 Hauss, Leslie 75, 108, 111, 116, 129 Hayes, Kathleen 66, 111 Healy, Connie 39, 66 Hearn, Marvin 103, 132 Hedding, Charles 94 Hedding, Wayland 66, 137, 138, 140, 141, Heinlein, David 94 Hendrickson, Theodore 101, 116 Hernandez, Francine 100 Heron, Henry 94 Herrick, Elaine 100 Hester, Hewitt, Helen 100, 107 Rodney 94 Hicks, Lorelie 66, 118 Higgins, Paul 67 Higgins, Wanda 94 Higham, Mark 67 Hill, Jody 98 Hill, Juanita 10, 67, 104, 108, 111, 128 Hill, Vivian 98, 105, 117 Hillsberg, Michael 100 Hindsley, Linda 67 Hitt, Glenn 67 Hobbs, Penny 67 Hodgdon, Elizabeth 67, 104, 106, 111 Hodge, Andre 100 ' Hodge, John 42, 130 Hodge, Hodge, Lea 98 Linda 98, 149 Hoffman, Mary 98, 110, 116 Holeman, Denise 100 Holmes, Kenneth 98 Holmes, Mitchell 102 Hominick, Carol 67 Houser, Mary 96 How, William 114 Hronis, John 96 Hughes, Robert 130 Hume, Walter 102 Hunter, Jane 96, 105, 110, 114, 149 Hunter, Wayne 42 l Ilwain, Mike 43 Impellitteri, Gail 96, 108 Ingalls, Kathleen 102 J Jackson, Gunzeller 100 Jackson, Margarite 88, 149 Jackson, Margo 96, 108, 109 Jackson, Patricia 96, 116, 149 Jackson, William 67 Jacobs, Petra 101, 108, 115, 116, 149 Jacobs, Terry 73, 96, 105, 108, 111, 117 Jacobs, Wendy 100, 108, 115, 116 Jacques, Madeline 67 Jacques, Marlene 87 Jaillet, Linnea 67, 116 Jalbert, Kathleen 87 James, David 87 James, Donald 96 Janecek, Kurt 67, 87 Janus, Connie 67 Jarvis, Marrlyn 96 Jarvis, Ruth 13, 96, 149 Jean, David 96 Jeffers, Debra 87, 108 119, 159 ,l , J Jesmer, Joyce 96, 111, 117, 125, 149 Jenkins, Beverly 67 Jenkins, Joyce 96 Jenkins, Linnea 68 Jenkins, Michael 87 Jenks, Richard 68, 119, 146 esmer ane 87 Jezierski, William 68, 116 Johns, John 96 Johns, Linda 87, 147 Johnson, Anthony 87 Johnson, Barbara 87 Johnson, Barbara L. 98 .S 7 Student Body Index f 0 O Kischel, Faye-Elaine 17, 69, 111, 1 Kivlin, Kathryn 95 Klepach, George 69, 134 Klingerman, JoAnne 63, 70 Klingerman, Nancy 62, 95 Knight, Ronald 42, 70 Koch, Regina 88 Koliman, Ann 95 Kononchik, Christine 87, 110 Koonce, Charles 70 KoRolkiewicz, Barbara 87 Kortesis, Constantine 100 Koss, Phyllis 95, 104, 106 Long, Victoria 30, 100, 106 Johnson Carl 96 Johnson, Daniel 87 Johnson Elody 68, 128, 129 Johnson James 100 Johnson Linda 100 Johnson, Mark 87 Johnson, Robert 87 Johnson, Sandra Gail 62, 73, 87 Kosztala, Joseph 70 Kosztala, Kristine 100 Kosztala, Marion Michael 91 Kosztala, Stephan 44, 95 Kosztala, Stiphanie 100 Kotsaftis, Andrew 28 Kovalsky, Abby 70, 167 Kral, Joyce 70, 167 Kramm, William 91 Krantz, Kenneth 100 Johnson, Dandra Marie 68 Jones, Anita 100 Jones, Charles 87 Jones, Donna 96, 118 Jones, Gary 95 Jones, Hunter 26, 87 Jones, James 14, 63, 68, 133,137,180, 119, 161 Jones, Kathy 95 Jones Patricia 87 Jones Shelley 95 Jones, Susan 68, 117 Jones Jones Timothy 87, 137 Trevor 100 Julladine, Joseph 100 Jutila, Ellen 68 Jutila, Paul 68 K Kaczmarek, Frank 118 Kalafarski, Brian 95 Kane, Thomas 102, 113, 132 Kaplan, Amy-Sue 102, 110 Kaplan, Jeffrey 69 Kaplan, Wendy 87, 108 Kari, Karen 95 Katz, Charles 25, 73, 87, 145 Katz, Jeri 100, 110, 109 Katzen, Jonathan 100, 132, 145 Katzen, Lynn 25, 87 Keenan, Kathleen 69 Keene, Gloria 69 Keeney, Sheila 87, 105 Keitelman, Ellen 95, 114, 128, 166 Kelezkowski, William 87 Kellander, James 150 Kellander, John 62, 69, 113 Kelly, Charles 87, 113 Kelly, Irving 150 Kelly, Linda 31, 100 Kelley, Linda 69 Kent, Caroline 102, 116 Kent, Jane 87, 99, 116 Kercher, Andrew 100, 132 Kercher, Philip 87 Kern, Janet 69 Key, Lavern 69, 108, 109, 111, 120, 125 Key, Marvin 97, 130, 119 Kiggans, Ricky 95 Kinateder, Mary Ann 100 King, Karen 40, 100 King, Sheila 87, 108, 116 Kirk, Thomas 95 Kirshenbaum, Steven 100 Kruszewski, Joseph 95, 137 Kruszewski, Linda 100, 106 Kulo, Elissa 91 Kurtz, Sandra 100, 106, 110, 116 Kutz, Janet 91 Kwasniewski, Joan 91 Kydd, Jacqueline 73, 95, 108, 114 L Labasi, Augustave 95, 137 Labrie, James 70 LaCour, Jonathan 70, 142, 143 Ladson, Harold 102 Lake, Roderick 91 Lamaedelaine, Margaret 100 Lancaster, Beverly 91 Lancaster, Gail 94 Lancaster, Gerry 100, 132, 152 Lancaster, Kathryn 70 LaP1ante, Colleen 94, 110 Larkie, Charles 32, 94 Larkie, Richard 94 Larrabee, Clifford 91, 144, 145 Larrabee, Martha 100 Larson, Diane 94,116 Larson, Gregory 70 Larson, Kurt 70 Lashway, Marta 91 Latham, Lynn 70, 125 Lathrop, James 70 Lauriat, James 100 LaVolpicelo, John 94 Lawrenelle, Wallace 100 Lazerow, David 91, 115 Leadbetter, Deborah 31, 99 Leavy, Alleen 94, 108, 128 LeBlanc, Judith 62, 94, 110 Leckey, Joseph 100 Lee, Linda 31 Lee, Robert 113 Lee, Sandra 91 LeFevre, Charles 100, 113 Leff, Renee 100, 115 16, 117 Leff, Martin 27, 73, 91, 116, 130,137,119 Lefferts, Peggy 91, 116, 148, 125 Leiper, Katherine 91 Len, Stephen 70 Leone, Theresa 70 Leplant, Helen 116 Levanti, Kathy 100 Levasseur, Daniel 91, 116 209 Leverett, Julian 100, 132 Leverone, David 91 Levesque, Richard Levin, Judith 100, 108 Levine, Gerald 100 Levinson, Andrew 52, 62, 63, 71, 72 118 120 Levy, Allene 73 Levy, Stephen 91, 117, 140 Lewis, Allen 91, 130 Lewis, Emma 100, 111 Lewis, Ronald 94 Lewis, Victoria 91 Lieberman, Linda 91 Lieberman, Sandra 94, 109 Liechti, Robert 91 Lieteau, Maria 94, 105, 106, 114, 117 Linicus, Donald 100 Litwin, Victoria 71 Locantore, Linda 91 Lockhart, Annie 100 Lombard, Nancy 94 Long, Robert 73, 86, 130, 133, 136, 119 158 Longo, John 94 Lorenzo, Florencio 100 Lougee, Joan 91, 117, 161 Love, Susan 94, 110 Lowenthal, Candice 94, 110 Lucey, Karen 94 Lupien, Janis 106, 110, 116 Luzi, Pamela 94 Lyon, Donna 100 Lyons, Lillian 71 Lytle, Ronald 71 M Maclnnis, Glenn 94 Maclnnis, Timothy 100 MacLean, Holly 94, 114 MacNamara, Richard 63, 119 MacNamee, Dana 62, 73, 91, 93, 118 130 136 145 MacNamee, Duncan 94 Macrino, Donald 94, 137 Madden, Patricia 91 Madden, Walter 91 Maafy, Juan 94, 114, 130, 131, 136, 150 Maggi, Dennis 71, 111, 130, 119 Maggi, Ronald 102, 113, 132 Magwood, Annie 91 Magyorsi, Sandra 71 Maher, Donna 88 Main, James 29, 88, 116 Maiorana, James 100 Malcolm, Deborah 88, 111, 116 Maligranda, Thaddeus 94 Malleck, Andrew 100 Malletr, Louis 96 Manca, Wayne 94 Manchester, Bonnie 63, 71, 117 Mandes, Robert 96 Manke, Karen 94, 110 Manke, Robert 100 Manken, Eileen 88 Manning, Michael 130 Manuel, Janice 88, 106 Manuel, Samuel 71, 130, 133 Marales, Elena 96 Marchand, Bradford 94 Marcotte, Dorothy 100 Margolis, Faith 62, 71, 105, 108, 1,1 Mariani, Carol 71, 105 Mariani, Linda 100 Mariano, Anthony 88, 14, 137, 119 Mariano, Michael 100, 132 Miller Mariano, Sherry 96, 108, 109, 117, 125, 149 Markowitz, Susan 100, 110 Marlow, Calvin 24, 100 Marsicola, Raymond 100 Marquand, Willard 71 Marshall, Karen 71, 111 Martell, Donald Martell, Howard 130 Martell, Lynn 96, 108, 116, 125 Martell, Shelley 100 Martesi, Mary 103 Martin, Gail 96 Martin, John 96 Martin, June 71 Maskell, Donna 100 Mason, Roger 88 Masters, Bryan 88 Mathieus, Donna 71 Mattison, Donna 74, 108 Maultsby, Maya 96 Mauro, Peter 96 Mayba, Perry 100 Maynard, Evelyn 100 McAndrew, Susan 88, 116, 118 McBride, Michael 74 McBride, Thomas 74 McCahill, Richard 74 McCarthy, David 137, 138 McCarthy, Mary 88, 114, 118 McCarthy, Ronald 8, 96 McCarthy, John 150 McCarthy, William 96, 136 McCary, Anne 96, 114, 116, 117 McCormack, Christopher 100, 132 McCormack, Sandra 88 McCulley, Robert 96 McFarland, Natalie 74, 116, 129 McGrath, George 8, 88, 114, 137 McIlwain, Michael 96 McIlwain, Susan 74 Mclntyre, Kend 96 McLaughlin McIntyre, Margaret 74 McKelvin, Harold 100 McLaughlin, Carolyn 74 McLaughlin, Deveron 74 McLaughlin, Elizabeth ss, 111, 116, 117, 124 Patricia 40 McLaughlin, , Victoria 96, 149 1 McNamara, Richard 74, 111, 130 McNeil, Janet 88, 116 McNeil, John 132 McNichol, Lawrence 96 Mead, Joyce 88, 111, 118 Medellin, Sandra 88 Medina, Rita 74, 129 Medina, Sherolyn 101 Mehlrnan, Richard 101, 116, 125 Meitzler, Bonnie 96 Mellow, Ethel 101 Mellow, Nancy 62, 74, 105, 108, 111 Menghi, Joseph 74 Mercado, Edwin 96 Mercado, Jose 96 Mercado, Mary 96 Merwin, Shelley 101 Messecar, Marilyn 62, 73, 88, 108, 11 120,125,129 Messina, Frank 74, 34 Metcalf, Deborah 75, 125 'Metcalfe, Jeffrey 88 Metcalfe, Pamela 96 Mikolajcyk, David 96 Miles, Elizabeth 116, 117 1, 116, 117, Student Body Index Miller, Frances 75 Miller, Kathryn 75, 167 Miller, Lester 75 Miller, Margaret 88, 108, Robert 32, 75 111, 117 Mills, Billie Sharon 108 Mills, William 10 Miner, Christopher 96 Miner, Vincent 9 Mitchell, Vernon 88, 114, 150 Mondi, Sara 88 Monroe, Marilyn 75 Monroe, Richard 75 Montali, Susan 88 Montanari, Susan 75, 217 Montford, James 101 Moore, Annie 96 Moore, Kenneth 96 Morales, Divina 75 Moreland, Judith 88, 105, 116 Morgan, Cynthia 88 Morris, Kathryn 96 Morris, Lisa 96 Morris, Mary 75 Morris, Pamela 75, 120, 125, 161 Morrison, Richard 96, 130 Morrison, Steven 75 Mortha, Pamila 103 Mosley, Charlotte 75, 116 Mosley, Yvonne 88, 105 Mostowy, Christine 88 Mugovero, Michael 101 Muratore, Rosario 75 Murphy, Barbara 101 Murphy, Eileen 75, 110 Murphy, Mary 88 Murphy, Patricia 96, 110, 128 Murtha, Pamela 115 Muscarella, Nicholas 136, 150 Myles, Elizabeth 89 N Nadeau, Lance 95 Nahas, Barbara 44, 89 Nahas, Katherine 30, 101, 106 Nasser, Elizabeth 95, 116 Nazarchyk, Michael 42 Nazarl-to, Karen 36, 95, 110, 116 Nazarko, Peter 43, 89, 137 Neal, Brenda 95 Nedd, Celestine 101, 115 Nedd, Deborah 76 Neff, Judy 95 Neilan, James 101 Neilan, John 89 Neistat, Margo 41, 95, 110, 111, 107, 163 Nichols, Bruce 36, 89 Nickerson, Tina 89 Nielsen, Daphne 89, 108, 111, 116, 163 Nielsen, Peter 101, 103 O'Connor, Thomas 101, 132 Oldroyd, Deborah 101, 115 Oldroyd, Thomas 95, 116, 137 Olsen, Charles 101, 132, 144 Olsen, Elyse 16, 53, 72, 76, 104, 116,129 Orenstein, Eleanor 62, 95, 111 Orenstein, Ellen 76, 108, 117 Orenstein, Sandra 76, 108, 111 Orlando, James 76 Orlando, Kathy 95 Osborne, Eula 103, 115 Ostfeld, Beatrice 89 Ouderkirk, Debra 101, 106 Owaroff, Jessica 89, 111, 129 Owens, Peggy 95 Ozea, Edward 8, 95 P 105,108,110,111 PabHonm,Iinda95,109,111,149 Pabilonia, Raymond 76, 113, 137 Padoa, Gino 59, 62, 76, 111, 116 Pappas, Andrew 46, 47, 76 Paquette, Fern 41, 62, 95, 104, 106, 110, 113' Paoloni, Joseph 43, 76 Parker, Ronald 101, 114 Parker, Wayne 101, 152 Paskewich, John 52, 63, 73, 76, 79, 119 Pasko, Cynthia 89, 166 Patterson, Reginald 130 Paul, Linda 99 Paul, William 76 Pawelec, Donald 95 Pawelec, Henry 89 Pearson, James 76, 145 Pearson, John 95, 99 Pearson, Sue 89 Pedro, Kathy 99 Pemberton, Linda 99 Penafior, Patricia 76, 104, 105, 108, 109, 111, 116, 128 Perez, Luis 77 Perkins, Carol 89 Perkins, Pamela 77 Perl, Carol 99, 106, 110 Perl, Edward 95, 106 Perry, Lois 77 Perry, Nancy 30, 40, 89, 110 Perry, Patrick 95 Perry, Ralph 89, 137, 139 Perry, Robert 89, 130, 119 Perry, Yvonne 99, 115 Pescatello, Marie 95- Nizon, Wesley 89 Northrop, Donald 95, 136 Norville, Andrew 95 Novak, Bernard 76 Novak, Stanley 101 Nunes, Carol 114 Nunes, Fredrick 10, 16, 76, 113 Nunes, Kenneth 95 Nunes Susan 101 106,118 Nunn,,Diana 89, 106 Nunn, Ellen 95, 149 Nurmi, Mark 89 O Oakman, Thernell 101 210 Peterson, Deborah 95 Petrini, Arthur 95, 145 Petrowsky, Joanne 95 Pezzello, Barbara 77 Phillips, Alice 95 Phillips, Robert 89 ' Phillips, William 95, 116 Piacenza, Sabina 14, 53, 62, 72, 77, 116, 129, 160 Pietras, Albert 113, 118 Pierce, Darlene 95 Pierce, Susan 44 Pigott, Charlotte Pindelski, Donna 89 Pinkham, Kathie 97 Pinto, Lynn 89 Piscitello, Nancy 77, 78, 108, 111, 117 Ploszai, Mary 73, 96, 110 Poblete, Daniel 103, 132 Polcaro, Catherine 96 Pollack, Alan 24, 105, 132, 150 Schaperow, Leo 10, 80 Pollack, Arlene 96, 109, 110 Pompay, Barbara 91 Pompay, Eugene 77 Pond, Nancy 38, 89 Poplaski, Lois 96 Potkay, Jean 77, 111, 114 Potter, William 96, 118 Poulos, Phyllis 99, 108, 115. Poulos, Thomas 89, 113 Pray, Michael 96, 140, 141 Prescott, Harold 96, 113 Prescott, Sherry 77 Preston, Robert 89 Pukas, Cathy 103,110, 114, 115, 116 Pukas, William 103, 118 Q Quinn, Wayne 89 R Rachleff, Peter 45, 96, 113, 116 Ragland, Paulette 96 Rakoff, Jill 108, 125 Rakosky, Robert 96 Rall, Diane 77 Rall, Linda 101 Ramus, Toni 89 Rando, Thomas 9, 89, 117 Ransom, Linda 96, 116, 149 Ransom, Roosevelt 96, 136 Rathbun, Barbara 101 Ravitz, Carol 77, 104, 106, 111 Rawolle, Michael 73, 96, 104, 114, 117 Ray, William 97 Raymond, Janet 96, 110, 114, 116 Reagan, Michael 77 Reagan, Steven 73, 89, 116, 130,137, 119 Rebelowski, Stephen 77 Reed, Lynn 96 Reeve, Debra 101, 115 Reimer, Barbara 62, 89, 108, 116, 118, 123 Reiser, Tracee 96, 116, 125 Renaldi, Caroline 89, 116, 120, 124 Resnikoff, Henry 89, 111, 117, 120, 122, 124 Resnikoif, Laura 96, 105, 116, 125 Reyburn, William 77, 114, 115, 113 Rheaume, Gary 89 Rice, Anita 89, 114 Rice, Helen 89 Rice, Sharon 89 Richard, Robert 101 Richard, Wayne 89, 136 Richardson, Patrick 42, 77 Rivaril, Alison 53, 63, 78,104, 106, 111, 117, 120, 12 Rivera, George 101 Rivera, Gladys 73, 86, 105, 111, 116, 117, 129, 123, 164 Rivera, Jose 89 Rivera, Manuel 98, 40, 119 Roberts, Marilyn 32, 78 Roberts, Roberta 78 Student Body Index Rogovin, Janice 62, 73, 96, 105, 125 Rokosky, Robert 104 Rolfe, Donna 99, 115 Rook, Charles 78 Rosenberg, Laura 78, 108, 116, 118, 125 Rosier, Eugene 10, 78 Rosier, James 96, 150 Rosier, William 96, 150 Ross, Diane 79, 148, 166 Ross, Herbert 89, 140, 141 Ross, Mildred 73, 92, 96, 110, 116, 128 Rohten, Edward 79, 119 Rourke, John 89 Rowe, Jeanne 44, 99 Rowowski, Edward 101 Royster, Stanley 89 Ruckes, Susan 89, 116 Rudolph, Carol 27, 73, 92, 96, 106, 110, 116, 118, 124, 149 Rudolph, Robert 16, 89, 104, 106, 108, 111, 140, 141, 107 Ruebenacker, Ursula 79 Ruffle, Claudia 79 Ruggle, Paul 79 Russell, Grace 89 Rutberg, Eric 88, 111, 116 Ryan, Denise 89 Ryan, John 101 Ryley, James 101, 132 Ryzewic, John 53, 63, 79, 134, Ryzewic, Paul 96 S Sadler, Ivan 89, 117, 150 Sala, David 79 Samul, Janice 99 Sandstrom, Jeffrey 96 Sandy, Daniel 89 Santaniello, Michael 89 Sanford, Marsden 89 Sanford, Maureen 89 Sarrell, Linda 89 Sarrell, William 79 Saucier, Barbara 79, 116 Saunders, Alan 80 Saunders, Valerie 96 Savastio, Charlotte 89 Savastio, Christopher 80 Savastio, Vicki 125 Sawaryn, Mike 113 Sawicky, Christine 97 Saxe, Karen 89, 116 Scacciaferro, Judy 89 Scacciaferro, Derrick 97, 130 Scanlon, John 47, 63, 72, 80 Schantz, Mary 80 Schantz, Martha 97 Schaprow, James 80, 113 135, 150, 151, 119 Schaperow, Jeffrey 97, 113, 118 Scott, Woodland 89 Seaver, Michael 98 Sebastian, Katherine 28, 73, 89, 12 Sebastian, Patricia 73, 92, 97, 117, Secl, Cheryle 89 Seebeck, Randall 89 Se' man, Raymond 97 Senecol, Robert 80 Serluca, Michael 80 Serruta, Floria 80 ' Severini, Walter 97, 113, 116, 137 Sexton, Gary 80 Shake, William 89 Shakkour, Linda 99, 110 Shafer, Nicki 81 Shaffer, Mary 81 Shalert, Jeffrey 97 Shallcross, Mary 97 Shantz, Molly 110 Shea, Deborah 99, 107 Sheehan, Floria 81 Shelton, Candace 89, 108 Shepherd, James 97 Shepherd, Janet 89 Sheriff, Barry 97, 118 Sherman, Patricia 89, 114 Shifreen, Lawrence 81 Sidberry, Ralph 101, 132, 152 Sigros, Mari 33, 81 Silansky, Sandra 89 Silva, William 97 Silvia, Richard 101, 152 9 128 Silver, Howard 53, 62, 72, 81, 150, 153, 119 163 Silverstein, Robert 97, 116 ' Simmons, Glenn 101 Sireci, Phyllis 89, 110 Skewes, Alan 97 Skrigan, Patrick 101 Slate, Wesley, 9, 25, 59, 72, 81, 104, 108, 111 107 120, 122, 124 Slade, Sylvia 97 Smith, Alice 81 Smith, Bonnie 99 Smith, Deborah 62, 73, 92 Smith, Elaine 110, 111 Smith, Fred 97 Smith, Howard 97 Smith, John 81 Smith, Maryann 101, 115 Smith, Paul Wm. 89 Smith, Randy 97, 110 Smith, Sandra 97, 110 Smith, Victor 97 Smith, Wayne 81 Smith E. William 101 ,97, 105, 116 sdapel David 97, iso, 136 Sobiech, Jessica 99, 111, 115, 116 Sokol, Mollie 25 Robinson, Cedrich 89, 140 Robinson, David 89 Rocchetti, Carol 89 Rocchetti Ra mond 98 111 Y y 7 Rocketto, Leslie 30, 101 Rodriguez, Haddey 101 Rogers Candace 78, 116 Rogersi James 101, 132, 152 Rogers Lynn 89 Rogers, Vivian 89 Rogoff, Donald 101 Rogoff, Donna 78, 114 Rogoff, Robert 101, 114 Schell, Donna 80 Schleifer, Ann 97, 104, 106, 108 Schleifer, Barbara 80, 104, 106, 111, 11 Schmidt, Karin 80, 116, 117 Schneider, Jeffrey 63, 80, 116, 130, 119 Schulze, Christine 80 Schultz, James 97 Schumacher, James 101, 113, 116, 125 Sciarra, John 80 Scott, David 101 Scott, Donna 97 Scott, Torn 97 Scott, Willie 89 211 6,1 Soltz, Barbara 81, 128 Soltz, Kenneth 81, 150 Sousa, Richard 89, 118 Southwell, Marcia 108, 111, 116 Southwell, Richard 89, 118, 167 Spangler, John 89 Speedwell, Dijon 97, 30, 150 Spitz, David 59, 63, 81, 142, 143, Spitz, Robert 41, 97, 113, 107 Spottswood, James 101 Stadnick, Deborah 97 Stahl, Judy Ann 82, 104, 114 Stahlschmidt, William 97, 145 120, 122 Upchurch, Jeffrey 99 Stanton, Kenneth 82 Staten, Ardel 90 Staub, Bailey 97, 116 Steele, Kande 97, 110 Stefanski, Karen 82, 118 Stephens, Carolann 82, 125 Stephens, Suzanne 82 Stefanski, John 152 Stepski, Zina-Ida 52, 78, 82, 116 Stepp, Linda 97, 116, 149 Stoklosa, Stephen 65, 82, 116, 117, 157, 140, 167 Storm, Kevin 90, 114 St. Onge, Reba 101 Storrs, Patricia 97 Stout, Mary 105, 114, 116 Straway, Pat 99, 115, 128 Strazza, Anthony 82, 157, 159' Strong, Victor 89 Struzinski, William 29, 82, 115 Stuart, Linda 82 Stubelick, Joyce 82, 108 Sturges, Paul 101 Sturgis, Roberta 75, 105, 116, 107, 124, 165 Sudlow, Lynn 90, 97, 111 Sullivan, David 82 Sullivan, Joan 55, 90 Sullivan, john 101 Sullivan, Kathleen 97 Sullivan, Karen 8, 82 Sullivan, Michael 156 Sullivan, Sheryl 82 Suarez, Gilbert 97 Summerscales, Janice 90 Surdo, Victoria 99, 115 Sutton, Reginald 29, 97, 150, 156, 115 Swider, Linda 62, 90 Swider, Lucille 82, 108, 109, 117, 120 Swider, Patricia 85 Swift, Nancy 85 Sylvester, Diane 90 Sylvester, Richard 85 Sylvester, Stephen 97 Szegda, Cynthia 90 Sztyga, Carolann 97 T Taia, Rosalie 99, 110 Taglianetti, john 85 Talley, Kirk 90, 150, 154, 150 Tamano, Valerie 101 Tapley, Jonathan 90, 156, 150 Tapley, Paul 101 Tarbox, Linda 90 Tasca, Sandra 85 Taylor, Ann 29, 90, 111, 115, 165 Taylor, Brian 101 Taylor, Chiquitta 101, 110, 116 Taylor, Linda 97 Taylor, Susan 8, 58, 62, 85, 115 Taylor, William 101, 145 Terre, Herbert 101 , 116, 118,120,124 Terwilliger, Karen 99, 115, 149 Terwilliger, Randy 97, 157 Terminesi, Frederick 85 Thibodeau, David 85 Thomas, Alvin 90 Thomas, James 90 Thomas, Shirley 99, 115, 119 Thompson, Jack 85, 106 Thompson, Jeffrey 90, 117 Thompson, Thomas 97 Thomson, Donna 99 Thomson, Sarah 90 Thorp, Ruth 75, 90, 114 Thurlow, Carolyn 99 Student Body Index 0 6 Tibbits, Peter 85 Tiffany, Pamela 99 Tiffany, Thomas 90 Touriee, Linda 85 Trancenti, Bert 54, 97 Trakas, Margaret 85 Trakas, Mary Jane 90 Tranchida, Thomas 55, 85, 106 Traver, Leslie 90 Traver, Robert 85 Treadway, Bonnie 97 Tregger, Keith 90 Tremblay, Roger 116 Trent, Catherine 85, 116 Truken, Paula 25-84 Tunucci, Patricia 108-111 Tunucci, Robert 97, 156, 114 Turisco, JoAnne 99 Turisco, Thomas 91, 157 Tyburski, Mary Lou 91 Tyropolis, Pamela 91 Tytla, Christine 65, 84 U Ushkevich, Barbara 91 V Valclizan, Mario 84 Valentine, Patricia 84, 108, 109 Valentini, Richard 98 Vance, Paul 95 VanHaverbeke, Kathleen 102, 110, 149 VanHove, Donna 84 VanHoek, Lambertus 41, 104, 116, 142 VanWoerkom, Margaret 84, 116 Vara, Loretto 91 Velez, Fernando 105 Veloudos, Spiro 101, 106, 114 Vera, David 95 Verkade, Donna 75, 91, 111 Vendetto, Donna 99, 115, 118, 165 Venzke, Linda 97 Vescovi, Donna 97, 109 Viering, Christopher 101 Villano, Anthony 101, 152 Villano, Carolann 91 Villano, Diane 84 Villano, Nancy 17, 91, 128 Vincent, Miner 84, 106, 114, 116, 120, Vlun, Stephen 91, 154 Vogel, Margaret 97 W Wachterman, Sandra 41, 97, 110 Wadecki, Kenneth 105 Wadecki, Thomas 91 Wadleigh, Susan 91, 105 Wagner, Cort 62, 65, 79, 84, 111, 145 Wagner, Craig 75, 97, 116, 118 Wainwright, Francis 84, 154 Wainwright, Michael 101 Wainwright, Thomas 145 Walker, Christopher 97 Walker, Duncan 84 Walker, Gladys 91 Walker, Jeffrey 97 Walker, Spencer 91 Wallace, Barbara 91 Wallman, Karen 97, 105, 114 Walsh, Michael 97 Walter, Clarence 97 Warso, Gary 91, 118 Wasniewski, James 52, 84 Watrous, James 152 Watson, Michael 84, 147 5 212 , 145 122, 124 Weaver, Henry 84, 150, 151 Weeks, William 97, 111, 141 Weil, Priscilla 84 Weiner, Barry 101 Weinstein, Ilene 99, 115 Weinstein, Sarah 84 Welch, Lorraine 85, 108 Welch, Sharon 97 Weller, David 101 Wernick, Wendy 91, 108, 111, 116, 165 West, Donna 85 Westall, Nancy 99 Whaley, Sandra 10, 91, 128 Wheatley, Victor 85 Wheeler, Daniel 91 Wheeler, David 91, 145 Wheeler, Louise 97 White, Alan 101, 106 White, Deborah 97 White, Debra 99 White, George 97 White, Howard 140 White, James 85, 157 White, Joanne 99, 118 White, John 85 White, Paul 101 White, Rena 85, 129 White, Robert 97 White, Verna 85, 114 White ore Alene 97 128 m . i Wicks, Linda 91, 116 Wilensky, Barry 75, 91, 116, 157, 161 Williams, Brenda 26, 97, 110, 114 Williams, Laurie 97, 110, 111, 116 Williams, Michael 9, 145 Williams, Neal 105, 145 Williams, Robert 101 Willis, Richard 85 Wilson, Lorrie 91, 117 Winston, Vernice 97, 110, 116, 149 Wolfe, Linda 97 Wolfe, Robert 85 Wong, Mary Ann 85, 117, 118 Wong, Nancy 51, 99, 118 Wood, Corinne 97 Wood, ,Ioan 97 Wood, Kathlyn 99 Woolridge, Brenda 91 Wood, Melaine 91 Woolritlge, Peter 152 Woviotis, Pano 47, 91, 117, 145 Wuitewicz, Donald 157 Wyncoop, Brinda 25, 85 Wynn, Catherine 99 Wynn, Madie 99 Wysoczynski, Jacqueline 99 Wysoczynski, Walter 105, 118 Y York, Ann 85, 108, 116 York, Harold 101 York, Peggy Ann 85 York, Sherry Lee 62, 97, 110 Young, Brenda 97, 114 Young, Scott 91, 116 Z Zelken, Scott 101, 152 Zelken, Deena 56, 75, 91, 116, 125 Zeleznicky, George 97 Zirin, Frederick 115 Zizka, John 91, 97 Zotta, Debra 75, 97, 114, 116 Zuckerman, Matthew 101 Zuckerman, Murray 85, 124 Zweig, Betty 167 A Amanti, Salvatore 14, 134 Anderson, Marion 39 Arrwill, G. Laurens 38 B Barnum, Charlotte 40, 101 Beckwith, Marion 49 Benvenuti, Richard 19, 34 Boyce, Laura 23 Brennan, Dorothy 26, 94, 117 Brown, Margery 48 Brigockas, Robert 28, 93, 130 Buchholz, Edward 42 Burke, Thomas 42 C Cahouet, John 28, 87 Callahan, Donald 10, 18, 39 Capozza, Alfred 20 Carlyle, Lillian 49 Cekala, Virginia 49 Clegg, Minerva 87 Coates. Agnes 49 Conover, Richard 150 Crosby, Franklin 57 Croteau, Edward 18, 119, 142 Czekala, Lucy 49 D Davis, Barbara 40, 88 Drew, Lawrence 44, 137 Driscoll, Joseph 17, 40, 137, 157 Duch, Joseph 26, 116 Dunn, Sophie 49 Dupone, Antoinette 20 E Ecclesron, Arena 31 Eccleston, Donald 32, 94 Faculty Index F Ficarra, Margaret 49 Fike, Milton 25, 88, 118 Foye, William 17, 23 Fresher, Mary 20 Frink, Charles 19, 28 G Gonsalves, Abel 36, 99 Goldberg, Marshall 28, 94 Goodwin, Jerome 25 Gordon, Solomon 25, 100, 145 Gracewski, Stephen 26, 89, 117 Greenaway, Malcom 26, 90, 140 Gregory, George 19, 42 Griflin, P. Joseph 15, 36, 37, 87 Guazzo, Dominic 40 H Harris, Russell 41 Hayes, Maxeine 44, 98 Heyer, Margaret 32 Highberg, Stephanie 40, 101 Hoagland, Francis 40, 95 I Jaczinski, John 42 Johnson, Maury 49 K Katz, Irene 44 Katz, Joyce 40, 44 Kayruksris, Albin 53, 105 Kenyon, Mary 31 Kerr, Virginia 47 King, David 38, 39, 88 Krom, Graycee 22 L Langston, Anne 49 Leahy, Cecelia 49 Lessig, William 25, 101, 132 Lubchansky, Rose 20 M Manos, George 28, 29, 93 Marshall, Benedict 36, 95 Mauro, Jennie 49 McCarthy, John 115 McCulley, Mariorie 48 McKie, Helen 31, 99 Mckissick, Wallace 24, 100, 118 McLaughlin, Everett 19, 42, 43 McLaughlin, Alta 49 McTigue, L. Mary 20 Medieros, Joseph 21 Moore, Ruth 41, 100 Moreau, Elliot 39. 96, 111 Mugavero, Fedele 19, 22 N Neilan, Alice 21 Neilan, Hubert 20 Nitsche, E. Albert 25 Nye, Marshall 13, 19, 23 O O'Brien, William F. 13, 19, 24, 25, 97, 159 O'Neill, Agatha 48 P Peck, Francis 46, 47 Pekarski, Nadine 19, 26, 91 Peltier, Marie 49 R Racette, Rene 13, 40, 41, 93 Reagan, Robert 47, 150 Reed, Robert 42, 100 Reynolds, Louise 44 Robins, Frank 41 Rockholtz, Robert 37, 96 Rockwell, Nellie 49 Faculty Index Rohr, Charles 8, 57, 101 Rovero, Louis 37, 99, 132 Ruddy, William 37 S Sabilia, Anthony 41 Sabilia, A. Palmer 19, 44, 96 Santangelo, Harry 42 Shay, P. Henry 27 Shea, Johanna 48 Skrigan, Paul 19, 26, 28, 95, 111 Smith, Escort 22 Smith, Virginia 22 Snape, Richard 13, 28 Soderberg, Y. Edward 32 Stensby, Ester 31 Stow, Minnie 41 Sullivan, Maura 28, 29 T Tasca, Joseph 26, 27 Trodec, Jean Pierre 26, 89 Troland, John 24, 97 Turano, George 22 Tyropolis, George 41 Tytla, Mary 39, 90 V Valley, Mary 31, 99 W Watson, Nancy 38, 39, 91 Weiss, Robert 12, 14, 28, 29, 119 130 151 159 Whelan, William 46 Wigden, June 48 Williams, Sophie 49 Wilson, Johnny 42 Weller, Robert 20 Y Young, Evelyn 39, 97 Young, John 47, 97, 136 A Acknowledgements .......,... .. Activities ..,.,....,.,...... ...,M. Administration ., Advertising .,,,.,....... Announcing Staff ....,. Art Department ......... .,,.....,, B Band ....,.,, ,... ...... Baseball .,...... ,..... Basketball ...,,i.,,.,i.., Baton Club , ............,... Board of Education ...... Bowling Club ..A..,.,...... .n,... Business Department ...,.....4,.., C Cafeteria . ,.,. . ..,,..s ..,. . . Campus Scenes .,,...4 Cheerleaders .i..... Chess Club ....,. Choir - ....,.,,.. Classes ,,..4.,. Clipper ..,,....,,..... Clipper Staff .....,. Compass ,......,...44.... Contents ....,.........s..s.. Costume Committee .,.... Cross Country .,...,. ,,..,..... D Departments .,,..., .s......,. E Electrical Crew .........,. ........s, English Department ....,.........., F Faculty .... ......ttt. Features ...,.s,.,,......,,..,.., Football ....,..........,.,.....,............ Foreign Language Clubs .,...s.. Foreign Language Department Foreword 4i.....4..........,.....,...4... Forum Club ,...,..,...,4.4...,......,.. French Club ...4,,...,......,. Freshmen ......,,,...,..,..4...,... Freshmen Class Oflicers ....... Future Teachers Club .,..s....,,... G German Club ,..., .....,.... Girls' Sports ,... , ,. Guidance .......... .....,..,. H Home Economics Department Honors ....,..........4..............,,... Book Index I Industrial Arts Department ...., J juniors .........,,...,......,,. ........, Junior Class Oilicers i....... .... L Latin Club ...,4.. ....... Library .......... .s..,......., M Make-Up Crew ...... ............. Marshals ...................,......... Mathematics Department .. .... . Music Department .....,........,.. N National Honor Society ,,..,...... Niceties .......,........................... O Olice Assistants .... ,.,t..,,. Office Staff .....t..... .... P Pep Squad ...... , ....,,...,i...,..,...... .. Physical Education Department Principal .............4.,. ,.....i.......,... Q Quill and Scroll Society i,..,..., R Rifle Club .....,....,.. ........, Russian Club ....... .... S Science Club .i.............. ..,...... Science Department ........ .,.. Seniors .......,,...i,,,,....,.,....... Senior Class Omcers .....,......... Social Studies Department ..,.... Sophomores ......................... Sophomore Class Oilicers ..i.... Spanish Club .,....,.....,.,...... Sports .........,..... Stage Crew ........... Student Council .......,...,,.... Student Index ............,.,...,..,... Superintendent of Schools ,...... Swimming ............................... T Tennis ........ ....,.... Thespians ....., Track .,...... .,....... W Whitecaps ..,... .....,... The last page of the 1967 Clipper brings to a close our kaleidoscopic review of the school year 1966-1967. Our increased knowledge of life enables us to see that each event recorded in the Clipper is, in truth, part of the eternal human pattern of change and growth. Before us wait uncounted years in which the process of intellectual, emo- tional, andspiritual growth will continue. Let us bring to our task of shaping the future all of the wisdom we have gained from this school year. Let us employ all of the courage, patience, tolerance, benevolence, compassion, self- lessness, and steadfastness which are ours to command. We must endeavor to perfect the future, so the colors of experience will blend in a harmonious arrangement of shades both intense and subdued, both dark and light. 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