North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1974

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One ' s hope for the future is that he might see today, with the eyes of tomorrow. Alfred Mercier KNIGHT 1974 Published by the Senior Class of North Andover High School North Andover, Massachusetts. Victory The moments rush, the senses reel — dinners, dances, sports — The charge of competition, the thrust of victory. when the cheering stops .. . drooping shoulders empty helmets empty hearts ... defeat Change The years fade but memories grow bright, charting the changes that form the borders of our lives. 6 Character 4 The landscape of a community establishes its character — the way the roads lie, the paths its people follow. M. Matasso 9 It is the common wonder of all men, how among so many faces, there should be none alike. Sir Thomas Browne what oft was thought, but ne ' er so well expressed. Alexander Pope 1 l nH R. [« guBjKK ;- imSSn Bmt tft ilfl BBl Ufl ' ' ' r- ? -]M Everything which is natural which is infinite M which is yes. e. e. Cummings Spirit 1 ' o Others see things as they are, and ask, " Why? " I dream things as they never were, and ask, " Why not? " Robert F. Kennedy cleaiiul FashionLounciiMideast , O (W Kk I ;. IH I omet of the Century Campaign Reform k I Welfare | EXPERT ' f anti-Nixon enerffv crisis elderly ■■■■I vidence fv k: impeat aiWjShifiJi tuition RIPUBLICAM Dry Look hifciiia: " “ % College King Feature S ‘r,Ju-«W " The Upright Bench ' ecycle traffic revenue snarmg yu ■ The decision ■♦-taXlrish idiploraai; violence le Squire A CAREER There ' s good news, too! TO LOWER YOUR THERMOSTAT ithon cheering rhlnk i .. dedication, decision, detention Superintendent of Schools — Peter V. Garofoli counsel, courses, college catalogs Director of Guidance — Mr. Thomas Regan Mr. Harwood Steele Mr. John DeFlumeri 21 sneakers, showers, shuttles ... Physical Education Supervisor — Mr. Robert Licare Mrs. Laurel Bavendam, Miss Beverly Pamp Director of Athletics — Mr. Howard Crozier Mr. Michael Cavanaugh, Mr. Michael McDonald plays, parables, prose Mrs. Kathy Thompson Mrs. Marcia Merrick ' s- 4 . . ' . mBhBBHBBIHP. ' Mrs. Virginia Weaver poetry, parody, punctuation Mr. Gerald Sanford Mr. Leonard DeSimone Miss Paula Henderson Mr. David Slocking, Mrs. Susan Kierstead Department Chairman — Mrs. Enid Allen Mrs. Maureen Trombly who? what? when? why? Mr. John Strobel Miss Jean Tepperman Mr. Raymond Grady Mr. William Boutilier 26 Miss Katherine Sheridan Department Chairman — Mr. Albert Perrault i. ' Mr. Robert Roche Mrs. MaryAnn Weigel Mr. John Minihan 27 isosceles, induction, integer Mr. Anthony McCowen Mr. John Kelley Mrs. Mary Kilcoyne Mr. George O ' Shea Mr. Americo Fichera Department Chairman — Mr. Arthur Forgetta Mr. Vincent Rogers Mrs. Judith Watson Mr. Robert Sullivan Mr. Albert Berman Department Chairman — Miss Irene McLaughlin Mrs. Simone Schapker bien, bueno, bonum 30 Mr. Joseph Trombly Mr. Mario Giordano i Mrs. Theresa Uttley, Miss Lorraine Lostimolo 31 Mr. Philip Towle Mr. Stephen Buco Mr. William Foulds Mrs. Marion Colby Mr. James O ' Neill Mrs. Louise Henderson, Mrs. Miriam Aubry. A.V. and Processing Director — Mr. John Robinson. Mr. Francis Troy Mr. James Hills tunes, tempo, timing Miss Mary Healey — Music Supervisor Band Director — Mr. Frank Savory stitches, safety pins, strudel. Home Economics — Miss Mary Buckley Mr. Walter Selima Miss Kathy Stevens debits, dictation, dividend Mrs. Cynthia Ward Miss Margaret Phelan health, help, hygiene School Nurse — Mrs. Virginia Foulds Mrs. Mary Curcio stacks, stamp, statistics Mrs. Carolyn Koczera Librarian — Miss Linda Ducharme Mrs. Mary Kleuber Mrs. Aniela Zimny Cafeteria Manager — Mr. Owen Morris I student cook, clean, cafeteria CUSTODIAL STAFF: First Row L-R — Mr. Arthur Bastian, Mr. George Cunningham, Mr. Eugene Daley, Mr. Carl Langlois, Mr. Walter Walker, Mr. Donald Thomson. CAFETERIA STAFF: First Row, L-R — Mrs. M. Allen, Mrs. Netti Humphrey, Mrs. Mar¬ guerite Midgley, Mrs. Gladys Chase, Mrs. Agnes Marsh, Mrs. Pat Cavanaugh .Second Row — Mr. Walter Cushing, Mrs. Dot Pimpas, Mrs. Nancy Clough, Mrs. Ann Kirk, Mrs. Flelen .Sian- wood, Mrs. Kay Ca- pagnone, Mrs. Alice Moody, Mrs. Ginriy Compagna. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, Janice Ventura (President), Andrew Breen (Vice-President), Paul Manzi (Secretary-Treasurer). Frank Armitage Humberto Arroyo Gerald Arthur Alfred P. Arcifa Richard Bauchman Richard M. A, Beaudoin A. Lynn Bischoff Sheila M. Boyd Jane Gosselin [£« 1 . 1 Dorothy A. Bqynton Don Brasseur Andrew J. Breen Patti J. Bryant Anne Elizabeth Breen Thomas M. Brennan Al Torrisi Randy Buturlia Anthony Louis Camasso Diane Smith David J. Campagna James M. Caron Donna Lynn Casey Maureen Anne Caponette Robert A. Ceplikas Ronald Timothy Clement H. Mark Closson Jeffrey John Coco I Karen M. Compagnone Kathy Keegan Patricia Ann Connors Cynthia Ann Conti Lynn Marie Cole Frank Michael Cunningham Robert J. Cyr Joanne Damon Dave Zajac Lawrence A. Dansereau Karen E. Dargan Cynthia Jayne Dawe James J. Dean Michael J. Demers David John Defusco Ann Elizabeth Dewhirst Joanne Debitetto Robert John DeBarba Michael Allan Dinsmore Richard Beaudoin Kim Marie DiSalvo Amelia Ann Dixon Diane M. Donahue Beth A. Doherty John J. Doherty u4niaf:tteai l larry Robinson Dow IV Pete Stone Carolyn Jean Dufault Joy E. DuLong Gerry Dunn Martha Jean Dunn Kevin Thomas Eaton Paula M. Eaton Denis Roger Falconet Donna Lynne Farrow Kenneth D. Field Mary Trombly Charles William Frazier Judith Anne Gardiner Peter D. Garofoli Bob Garlside Jim Sullivan and Karen Savukinas Debra A . Georgiou B. Lee Gesing B. ' enda Jeanne Gordon Jerome T. Gordon Jayne M. Gosselin Colleen A. Grady Stephen Paul Gray Melody Ann Griffith Audrey jean Helfrich Deane FitzPatrick George Walker Huckeba Ellen A. Ippolito Steve IsherwoocI Eric E. Johnson Alice Anne Joyce Joseph T. Kamal Ellen Ippolito Kathleen P. Keegan Paul M. Kelley Dianne S. Kendall John James Kennedy James A. Kimball Allison Kirk Scott B. Kingsley M. Peter Koscielniak Kenneth R. Lafond William Francis Lafond David C. Longton Carol E. Lord Phyllis Ella Lumb Janis Lynch Alice Joyce Jo Ann Licare Nina M. Marchisio Al Arcifa Kevin McCarthy Dennis Connelly I Karen T, McCauley Noreen Ann McGuire lanice McHale Donna Marie McKenney Debra F. Midgley Rosemary Melia Sean Melvin Marv F. Miller Dottie Boynton and Maura O ' Connor Mary Ellen Milne ■ -- ---_ 1 fi Ei. m i Judith Anne Mitchell Gary Vincent Richard Morgan© Joseph A. Morin Susan Morley Jacqueline Murphy David Bruce Murray Winona Theresa Nadeau Vito Napolitano Eric R. Nickerson William L. Noone Maura J. O ' Connor 1 J-J Lucie Gibert Olwine Melody Griffith Michael Paul Peluso Marie Sangermano and Lynn Wilson Sidney Jerome Peterson Noreen McGuire and Nancy Roy John Robert Petrycki Nancy L. Philbrick Patricia A. Pierog Nancy E. Proctor Keith T. Pryor Ellen Mary Quintal Kathleen P. Quintal Kim Rapisarda Rick Redman Christine M. Rheaume Ann Ellen Robinson Bonnie jean Rodden Nancy jeanne Roy Daniel A. Sciuto Charles Frazier Mary Elizabeth Shelley Rochelle A. Silverman Demetra Slopes Diane P. Smith Brian D. Steinberg Paul A. Stewart Kevin J. Smith Ms Linda M. Soucy Nancy Proctor Cheryl Beth Stringer Michael A. Struffolino Peter Joseph Stone Daniel M. Sybert James Gerard Sullivan Kathleen Mary Sullivan Edward Sullivan Gayle Anne Tabbi Donna Uttley, John Kennedy, and Kevin Smith James H. Timony Carole Tomkiewicz Alfred John Torrisi Dana L. Tripoli Mary Elizabeth Trombly William B. Uttley David F, Verville Tony Camasso Gary Vincent Ralph S. Wilde Timothy F. Willis Jane Ellen Wilson Lynn A, Wilson Mary Miller Elizabeth Driscoll Raymond Wood James David Zahoruiko Bob Ceplikas Deb Woodhouse Tina Zahoruiko Phyllis Zetwick David S. Zajac Senior Directory ROBERT D. ANDREVt , “Slarr”, 2 Perry Street, Band 1,2,3,4 (President); Chess Club 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Chorus 4. ALFRED P. ARCIFA, " Archie " , 62 Adams Ave- RICHARD BAUCHMAN RICHARD BEAUDOIN, " Rick " , 58 Saunders Street, Russian Club 1,2 (President), 3; French Club 3 (Vice-president), 4 (Presi¬ dent); Foreign Language Club 3; Ecology SHEILA M. BOYD, " Muff " , 43 Meadow Lane, Spanish Club 2; Business Club 4; Girls Track 4; Boston University Conference Center. DOROTHY A. BOYNTON, " Dottie " , 267 Osgood Street, Ski Team 1,2; Field Hockey nue. Student Council 2,3,4; Demoulas. FRANK ARMITAGE, " Arma " , 12 Sutton Hill Road, Campion Hall. HUMBERTO ARROYO, " Junior " , 83 Elm Street, Football 3,4; Baseball 4; Photogra¬ phy Club 4; weightlifting 3,4. GERALD ARTHUR, " Jerry " , 25 Wood Avenue, Weightlifting 2,3,4; Riley ' s Roast Beef. Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 1,2,3; Dramatic Club 2; Creative Writing Club 1,2,3; Bradstreet Elementary Tutoring 1,2,3; Prescott Nursing Home. A. LYNN BISCHOFF, " Lynn " , 1411 Salem Street, Chrous 3,4 (President); Math Team 3,4;Band 4; Drama Club 3,4(Vice-presi- dent); Squire 4. MARK BOLAN, " Duke " , 316 Middlesex Street, Wrestling 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain); Unit¬ ed Champion Bedding Corp. Intramurals 1,2; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Boynton Press, Inc.; Easter Seal Volunteer. DON BRASSEUR, " Brass " , 31 Riverview Street, Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Frank ' s Atlantic. ANDREW J. BREEN, " Drew " , 10 Lorraine Ave¬ nue, Student Council 1 (homeroom rep.). Class vice-president 2,3,4; Squire 1,2,3,4 (Sports Editor); National Honor Society 2,3, 4; Yearbook 3; Soccer 3,4; Basketball 1 (Tri¬ captain), 2,3,4 (co-captain). ANNE E. BREEN, " Anne " , 19 Trinity Court. THOMAS M. BRENNAN, " Tom " , 3 Bixby Avenue, Messina ' s. PATTIE J. BRYANT, " Pat " , 300 Dale Street, Spanish Club 2; Dramatic Club 1,2; Business Club 4; Boston University Conference Cen¬ ter; Volunteer-Bon Secours Hospital 1,2. RANDY BUTURL IA, " Randy " , 346 Salem Street. ANTHONY LOUIS CAMASSO, " Tony " , 70 Farrwood Avenue, Village Annex Texaco. DAVID J. CAMPAGNA, " Rocky " , 114 Boxford Street, Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4 (Co-cap- tain); Weightlifting 2,3,4. MAUREEN ANNE CAPONETTE, " Moe " , 52 Mifflin Drive, Yearbook 4; Dramatics 1; Jewelry Club 4; Spree. JEFF CARANO, " Jeff " , 200 Coachman ' s Lane. 84 JAMES M. CARON, " J.C.”, 35 Meadowview Road, Squire 3,4 (Co-editor); Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Creative Writ¬ ing 3,4; Hockey 1,2,3. DONNA L. CASEY, " Case”, 43 Linden Ave¬ nue, Business Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Mary Immaculate Nursing Home. ROBERT A. CEPLIKAS, " Cep”, 40 Milton Street, Squire 2,3 (Junior editor), 4 (Co-edi¬ tor); National Honor Society 2,3,4 (Vice- president); Ecology Club 1; Yearbook 2,3; Soccer 3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Demoulas. RONALD T. CLEMENT, " Ronald " , 271 Sutton Street, Ski Team 4. H. MARK CLOSSON, " Mark " , 89 Johnson Street, Squire 2,3 (Photo editor); Photogra¬ phy Club 2 (President), 3 (Vice-president), 4 (Vice-president); Sears Roebuck. JEFFREY J. COCO, " Coke”, 695 Johnson Street, Dramatic Club 1; The Ames. KAREN M. COMPAGNONE, " Ka " , 12 Mifflin Drive, Business Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 1; Squire 4; Yearbook 4; Intramurals 1,2; Casey ' s Drugstore. DENNIS F. CONNELLY, " Dennis " , 127 Turn¬ pike Street, Dramatic Club 1; Choir 1; Mary Immaculate Nursing Home. ROSEMARY CONNELLY, " Rose " , 127 Turn¬ pike Street, Student Council 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Ecology Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 1,2; Russian Club 1,2 (Secretary-Treasurer); Cheerleading 3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Bon Se- cours 1. PATRICIA A. CONNORS, " Pat " , 65 Bright- wood Avenue, Business Club 2,3,4; Prep Club 3,4; French Club 1,2,3; Nurses Club 3 (Vice-president); Tutoring 1,2; Basketball Intramurals 3,4; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. CYNTHIA A. CONTI, " Conts " , 111 Pembrook Road, Prep Club 3. LYNN M. COTE, " Lynn " , 247 Forest Street, Band 2,3,4; French Club 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2,3; Avon. STEFAN CUNLIFFE FRANK M. CUNNINGHAM, " Bear " , 32 Third Street, Football 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Basketball 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. ROBERT J. CYR, " Bob " , 38 Second Street, Town and Country Paint. JOANNE DAMON, " Jo " , 402 Johnson Street, Pewter Pot. LAWRENCE A. DANSEREAU, " Larry " , 166 Water Street, Barkers. KAREN E. DARGAN, " Dargie " , 57 Third Street, Jewelry Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Cheering 3; Volleyball Intramurals 3,4; Cove Motel. MICHAEL J. DARVEAU, " Mike " , 310 Pleasant Street. CYNTHIA J. DAWE, " Cindy " , 49 Longwood Avenue, Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Dramatic Club 3; Prep Club 3; Carrol ' s and Burke Hospital. JAMES J. DEAN, " John " , 21 Hamilton Road, Photography Club 2,3; Audio-Visual Club 3; Dramatic Club 2; Basketball Intramurals 3; Messina ' s. ROBERT J. DEBARBA, " Bob " , 169 Sutton Hill Road, Football 1; Baseball 2; Hockey 3; A A Speed Printing. JOANNE DEBITETTO, " Joanne " , 33 Stoning- ton Street, DeMoulas. DAVID J. DEFUSCO, " Dave " , 38 Turnpike Street. MICHAEL J. DEMERS, " Peanut " , 46 May Street, Baseball 1,2; Football 1. ANN E. DEWHIRST, " Ann " , 15 Third Street, Arlington Trust Computer Center. MICHAEL A. DINSMORE, " Dinzy " , 10 Ash¬ land Street, Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,4; Weightlifting 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,4. KIM M. DISALVO, " Kimba " , 91 Beverly Street, Dramatic Club 2,3; Student Council 2 (Homeroom-representative), 3 (Secretary- treasurer); Project Care Hot Line, Russems. AMELIA A. DIXON, " Mia " , 10 Heath Circle, Bicycle Club 1; Foreign Language Club 2,3. BETH A. DOHERTY, " Beth " , 65 Second Street, Photography Club 1; Dramatic Club 2; Yearbook 3,4; French Club 2,3,4, Prep Club 3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1, Softball Intramurals 1; Pine Crest Nursing Home. JOHN J. DOHERTY, " Honch " , 39 Longwood Avenue, Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ffockey 1,2,3,4. 85 DIANE M. DONAHUE, “Di”, Dramatic Club 1,2; DeMoulas. HARRY R. DOW, “Har " , 687 Massachusetts Avenue, Ski Club 1,2,4; Ski Team 2,4; Pho¬ tography Club 1,2,4; Ecology Club 1,2 (Chairman); Bicycle Club 1,2 (Treasurer), 4; Cross-country 2,3, (Captain) 4; Agate Realty Trust Corp. HARRY W. DOWNING, “Harry”, 77 Edge- lawn Avenue, Foreign Language Club 2; Soccer 3,4; Carrols. JOHN H. DRAPER, “John”, 122 Chestnut Street, Photography Club 4. ELIZABETH A DRISCOLL, “Elizabeth " , 101 Elmcrest Road. CAROLYN J. DUFAULT, “Carolyn " , 347 Mas¬ sachusetts Avenue, Dramatic Club 2,3; Ecology Club 1; Eng. Dep. Secretary 3,4; Mr. Donut, Volunteer Secretary for Greater Lawrence Handicapped Street Hockey League. JOY E. DULONG, “Joy " , 4 Walker Road, New England Telephone. GERRY DUNN, “Dunny " , 28 Bradstreet Road, Photography Club 3; Weightlifting 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Campion Hall. MARTHA J. DUNN, “Marti " , 455 Stevens Street, Photography Club 1; French 1,2; Flagsquad 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. KEVIN T. EATON, “Kev " , 458 Johnson Street, Bicycle Club 1,2,3,4; Math Team 3,4; Chess Club 3,4 (Treasurer); Soccer 1; North An¬ dover Office Park. PAULA M. EATON, “Paula " , 395 Massachu¬ setts Avenue, Bicycle Club 1,2; Pep Club 1, 2; Ecology Club 1,2; Jewelry Club 4; Field Hockey Intramurals 1,2; Basketball Intra¬ murals 1,2; Softball Intramurals 1. ANDREA ECKERSON, “Andi " , 295 Brent¬ wood Circle, Bicycle Club 1; Photography Club 2; Yearbook 4; Ski Team 1,2, 3 (Presi¬ dent and co-captain), 4 (President and co¬ captain); Merrimac Valley Ski League 3 (Secretary), 4 (President); Project Care Hot¬ line 2,3 (Chairperson). LINDA L. EIDAM, “Lynn " , 1 Greene Street, Student Council 1,3,4; Russian Club 2; Ecol¬ ogy Club 1; Basketball Intramurals 2; Vol¬ leyball Intramurals 3; Sutherland ' s. BRENDA ELLIOT, “Bren " , 42 Phillips Court, Cheerleading 3. JAMES EMMETT, “Jimmy " . SHAWN ENGLISH, “Shawn " , 451 Winter Street. DENIS R. FALCONET, “Denis " , 75 Waverly Road, Soccer 4; Ski Team 4. DIANE FARO, " Diane " , 1155 Salem Street. DONNA L. FARROW, " Don " , 317 Middlesex Street, Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain); Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain); Softball 1,2,3, 4; DeMoulas. KENNETH D. FIELD, " Ken " , 9 Brewster Street, Band 1,2,3,4; Merrimack College. 86 BRENDA J. CORDON, “Bunny”, 53 Cilencrest Drive. JEROME T. GORDON, “jerry”, 83 Elm Street, Foreign Language Club 3; Basketball 3,4. JAYNE M. GOSSELIN, “Rocky”, 43 Phillips Court, Bicycle Club 1,2,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Business Club 2,4; Ski Club 4; Ski Team 4; Yearbook 4; Library Club 1; Ecology Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 1,2,3 (Co-captain); Basket¬ ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Softball Intramurals 1,2; Basketball Manager 2,3; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2; Anton ' s Cleaners and Y.W.C.A. COLLEEN A. GRADY, “Colleen " , 989 Salem Street, Bicycle Club 1; Intramurals 1,2; Hughes Nursing Home. STEPHEN P. GRAY, " Steve”, 50 Farnum Street, Haffner ' s. MELODY A. GRIFFITH, “Mel”, 318 Sutton Street, Dramatic Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2; Folk Guitar Club 2,3; DeMoulas. SUSAN C. HAIGH, “Sue”, 355 Osgood Street, Shady Knoll Nursing Home. PAULINE HAMEL, “Paul”, 21 Perry Street, Student Council 3,4 (Homeroom rep.); French Club 1; Softball Intramurals 1,2; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Messina ' s. JOHN HEALEY, “Mad dog”, 320 Massachu¬ setts Avenue. MARSHA J. HEARN, “Marsha”, 25 A Baldwin Street, Bob White ' s. NANCY M. HEENAN, " Heenie”, 5 Kieran Road, Business Club 4; Dramatic Club 2; New England Tel. and Tel Co. LAURIE FIRTH, “Lau”, 32 Cabot Road, Band 1, 2,3,4 (Vice-president); Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Art Club 3; GLEAM. A. DEANE EITZPATRICK, “Deane”, 100 Col¬ gate Drive, Majorettes 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Eoreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4. NANCY EOLLETT, “Nancy”, 72 Eernview Avenue. DEBRA E. EORZESE, " Debbie”, 252 Chestnut Street, Bicycle Club 1; Eoreign Language Club 2,3. WENDY H. EOUND, " Wendy”, 52 Inglewood Street, Creative Writing Club, Basketball Intramurals, Softball Intramurals; Mary Immaculate Nursing Home. CHARLES W. ERAZIER, “Chucky”, 5 Maple Avenue, Messina ' s. JOANNE FYEE, " Jo”, 52 Lisa Lane, Spanish Club 2 (President); Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Library Club 1,2; Ecology Club 1; Intramur¬ als 1,4; Western Electric, (Canteen Corp.) WILLIAM GAGNE, " Bill”, 97 Appleton Street, Soccer 3,4; Royal Crest Apartments. JUDITH A. GARDINER, " Judy”, 79 Moody Street, Prep Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; Dramatic Club 1; Med-X; Boston University Confer¬ ence Center. PETER D. GAROEOLI, " Pete”, 15 Bradstreet Road, Photography Club 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Campion Hall. BOB GARTSIDE, “Gart”, 31 Longwood Ave¬ nue, Baseball 1,2; Lawrence Maid. DEBRA GEORGIOU, " Debbie”, 97 Bradford Street. B. LEE GESING, “Lee”, 17 Merrimac Street, Turn Style. RONALD HEGGARTY, " Ron”, 31 Walnut Avenue, Band 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3, 4; Ray ' s Sub. AUDREY J. HELERICH, " Aud”, 120 Stevens Street, Jewelry Club 3; Yearbook 4; Soccer Intramurals 1; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Howland ' s. MARCIA E. HENNELLY, " Marsh”, 53 Chestnut Street, Yearbook 3 (Junior editor), 4 (Co¬ editor); National Honor Society 2,3,4 (Sec- 87 retary); Squire 3,4; Ecology Club 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain);Basketball 1,2, 3,4 (Co-captain); Co-ed Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Brooks Day Camp — Summer. JAMES F. HOLMES, “Roxbury kid " , 51 Village Green Drive, Charles River Breeding Lab. GEORGE W. HUCKEBA, " Huck " , 88 Farrwood Avenue, Language Club 2,3. ELLEN A. IPPOLITO, " Nell " , 48 Beacon Hill Blvd., Pewter Pot. STEVE ISHERWOOD, " Ish " , 72 Mifflin Drive, Photography Club 1,2; Dramatic Club 1; Ski Team 4; DeMoulas. ERIC E. JOHNSON, " E.J. " , 47 Chickering Road, Math Team 2,3,4; Chess 2,3,4 (Vice- president); Ecology Club 1,2; Drum major 4; Drama 3,4; . ALICE A. JOYCE, " Al " , 75 Greene Street, Ecology Club 2; Merrimack Valley Motor Inn. JOSEPH T. KAMAL, " Gorilla six-gun " , 32 Harwood Street, Football 4; Golf 2; Law¬ rence General Hospital. KATHLEEN P. KEEGAN, " Kathy " , 112 Martin Avenue, Shady Knoll Nursing Home. PAUL M. KELLEY, " Kel " , 16 Saunders Street, Library Club 1,2 (Secretary), 3; Chess Club 1,2,3 (President); Photography Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2; Track 1; Intramurals 1,2; East¬ man ' s Fishing Parties. DIANE S. KENDALL, " Di " , 29 Turnpike Street, Student Council 1,2; Freshman President, Creative Writing Club 1,2,3. JOHN JAMES KENNEDY, " John " , 1785 Great Pond Road, Photography Club 1,2; Soccer 3,4; Hockey 2; Basketball Intramurals 3,4; Golf 2,3,4 (co-captain). Pilgrim Mainte¬ nance Company. JAMES A. KIMBALL, " Shamus " , 220 Boxford Street, AFS Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 1, 4; Drama Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 3, Creative Writing Club 2,3,4; Afro American Society 1; Audio Visual Club 1,2,3; Ecology Club 1; Squire 2,3,4; Hockey 1; Weightlifting 1,2; New England Telephone Company. SCOTT B. KINGSLEY, 43 Lisa Lane, Photogra¬ phy Club 1,2; Yearbook 3; Ecology Club 1; Soccer 3,4 (co-captain); Golf 2,3,4; Hockey 2; Demoulas Markets. ALLISON KIRK, " Allison " , 216 Stevens Street, Dramatic Club 2,3 (treasurer), 4 (president); Bicycle Club 2; Flag Squad 1,2,3 (Captain), 4 (captain). LEIF KORB, 14 Walnut Avenue, Football 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1; Weightlifting 2,3,4. MICHAEL PETER KOSCIELNIAK, " Pete " , 122 Edgelawn Avenue Apt. 5. KENNETH R. LAFOND, " Ken " , 176 Middlesex Street, Photography Club 1,2 (vice-presi¬ dent) 3, 4 (president); Science Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 2; Yearbook 2,4; Soccer 1; Hockey 1,2,3; Lear Landscaping. WILLIAM FRANCIS LAFOND, " Bill " , 99 Ma¬ ple Avenue, Business Club 2; Squire 2,3,4; Yearbook 4 (Sports Editor); Basketball Man¬ ager 1,2,3,4;Football Manager 1,2,3,4; AAA Travel. MICHAEL LATTIN, " Mike " , 200 Marbleridge Road, Band 1,2,3,4. THOMAS JAMES LEO, " Tom " , 64 Saunders Street. JO ANN LICARE, " Jo " , 412 Massachusetts Avenue, Student Council 1,2; Vice Presi¬ dent 1; Squire 1,2,3,4 (Sports Editor); AFS Club 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Yearbook 3, 4; Business Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Ten¬ nis Club 1; Creative Writing Club 2,3; Stu¬ dent Advisory Board 4; J.V. Basketball 1,2 (captain); Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4 (co-captain); Field Hockey Manager 1,2; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2. DAVID C. LONGTON, " Dave " , 72 Lisa Lane, Football 1; Hockey 3; Haffner ' s Service Sta¬ tion, South Broadway, Lawrence. CAROL E. LORD, " Carol " , 62 Phillips Court, Dramatic Club 1,2; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1; Winter In¬ tramurals 4; B.U. Conference Center, Ste¬ ven ' s Hall Nursing Home. PHYLLIS ELLA LUMB, " Phyllis " , 68 Prospect Street, Concert Choir 1,2,3,4; Mister Donut. JANICE LYNCH, " Jan " , 1440 Salem Street. KEVIN MICHAEL LYNCH, " Kevin " , 296 Sutton Street, Plastic Sales. JAMES F. LYONS, " Tiger " , 4 Brightwood Ave¬ nue, Track 2,3,4; Jack-in-the-Box, Lawrence. CHARLES D. MALANDRINO, " Charlie " , 32 Surrey Drive, Band 1,2,3 (vice-president) 4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 1; B.U. Conference Center. PAUL E. MANZI, " Manz " , 440 Great Pond Road, Photography Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 4; Football 1; Soc¬ cer 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,4; Weightlifting 1,3; Manzi Electric. NINA M. MARCHISIO, " Nin " , 69 Heath Road, Yearbook 4, (Sports Editor); Mini Course Committee 2; Field Hockey 2,3,4. 88 JOHN D. MARSH, 162 Beverly Street, Knights of Columbus, Campion Hall. ROBYN A. MARSH, “Rob”, 84 Union Street, Bicycle Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Ecology Club 1,2; Cheerleader 3; Spree. NOREEN ANN McGUIRE, “Nor”, 39 Sargent Street, Pep Club 1,2,3; Bicycle Club 1; French Club 1; Field Hockey Intramurals 1, 2; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2; Softball Team 1,2,3,4 (co¬ captain); Shady Knoll Nursing Home. JOSEPH A. MORIN, “Joe”, 104 Martin Street, Photography Club 3, Ski Club 2,3; Cross Country 1; Baseball 1; Weightlifting 3; Ski Team 3,4; Campion Hall. 1, Trpadwell ' s. KAREN T. McCauley, “Kar”, 450 Main Street, Ecology Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Yearbook 4 (typing editor); DeMoulas Supermarket. JANICE McHALE, 27A Francis Street, Shady Knoll Nursing Home. DONNA MARIE McKENNEY, 1 Walker Road, Ski Club 2; Pep Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 2; Raytheon. ROSEMARY MELIA, “Rosie”, 5 Walker Road, W.T. Grant. SEAN MELVIN, 216 Steven Street. MAURA J. O ' CONNOR, 84 Elmcrest Road, French Club 1; Squire 3,4; Dramatic Tech¬ nical Crew 1,2; Track 3,4 (co-captain); Bas¬ ketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Intra¬ murals 1; Riverside Pharmacy. MARIE C. SANGERMANO, “Ree " , 268 Dale DEBRA F. MIDGLEY, “Debi " , 420 Stevens Street, Photography Club 1; Chess Club 3. MARY F. MILLER, 74 Autran Avenue, Dramat¬ ic Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 2,3; Yearbook 3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Volleyball Intra¬ murals 1,2,3; Aniow Nursing Home. Street, Pep Club 1,2; Squire 1; Ecology Club 2; Yearbook 3,4; Prom Committee 4; Bas¬ ketball Team 1,2,4; Field Hockey 3,4; Bas¬ ketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; DeMoulas. MICHAEL C. McCANN, “Mike”, 32 Turnpike Street, Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Weightlifting 2,3,4. KATHLEEN ANN MCCARTHY, “Katie”, 34 Old Village Lane, Ecology Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 3,4 (secre¬ tary); Photography Club 2,3 (secretary), 4 (secretary); Yearbook 4, National Honor Society 3,4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Squire 3,4 (photography editor). KEVIN McCarthy, “Mac”, 67 Concord Street, Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,4; Weightlifting 3; Basketball In¬ tramurals 2,3,4; Central Middlesex Printers. RICHARD McCarthy, “Mac”, 24 Russet Lane, Soccer 4; Hockey 3,4; Golf 4; Grant ' s Bradford House Restaurant. PATRICIA S. McEVOY, “Patsy " , 64 Russell Street, Dramatic Club 1,2; Ecology Club 1,2; Yearbook 3,4 (circulation editor); Prom Committee 3,4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basket¬ ball Intramurals 1,2,3; Softball Intramurals MARY ELLEN MILNE, 237 Winter Street, Ecol¬ ogy Club 1; Softball Team 1,2; Ski Team 1,2, 3 (co-captain) 4, (co-captain). Volunteer work with the mentally retarded. JUDITH ANNE MITCHELL, “Judy”, 919 Great Pond Road, Dramatic Club 1; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4 (president); Pine Crest Nursing Home. RICHARD MORGANO, “Chink " , Second Street. SUSAN MORLEY, “Beatrice " , 256 Dale Street, Bicycle Club 1,2; Photography Club 1,2; Dramatic Club 2; Ecology Club 1,2; Birch Drug. JAMES P. MORO, “Sony " , 307 Green Street, Baseball 1,2; Football 1; B.U. Conference Center. ANITA MURGO, “Honeets " , 40 Essex Street, Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2; For¬ eign Language Club 3; Squire 3,4; Year¬ book 4; Library Club 2; Aniow Nursing Home. JACQUELINE MURPHY, “Jackie ' , 11 Robinson Court, Library Club 1,2,3. DAVID BRUCE MURRAY, “Dave " , 240 Ste¬ vens Street. WINONA THERESA NADEAU, 98 Edgelawn Avenue, Dramatic Club 1; Math Team 3,4; DeMoulas. VITO NAPOLITANO ERIC R. NICKERSON, " Nick " , 100 Moody Street, Band 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Bicy¬ cle Club 2; Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 4; Track 4; Basketball Intramurals 3; Butcher Boy Steak House. WILLIAM L. NOONE, “Noonie " , 65 Waverly Road, Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 3,4 (Cap¬ tain); Manzi Electric. LUCIE GIBERT OLWINE, 160 Foster Street, Art 1,2; Homeroom Rep. 1; Ski Team 4; Chi¬ nese 3; Baseball 1,2. LISA JEAN OTTAVIANO, 40 Coachman ' s Lane, Photography Club 1,2; Ski Club 1,2;. Bicycle Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Stevens Con¬ valescent Home. JOSEPH ALEXANDER PARISI, " Joe " , 90 Woodstock Street. SUSAN PAS, “Pus " , 535 Foster Street, French Club 1; Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Business Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2; Jewelry Club 3; Shady Knoll Nursing Home. JOHN JOSEPH PASTERNAK, 155 Beacon Hill Blvd., B.U. Conference Center. DAVID MICHAEL PATNAUDE, “Wormy " , 197 Appleton Street, Dudley and Greenwood. CAROL T. PAVLENKOV, 398 Andover Street, Yearbook 4. MICHAEL PAUL PELUSO, “Greek, Papa " , 136 Chadwick Street, Football 1; Baseball 1,2,4; Cross Country 3,4; Wrestling 4. SIDNEY JEROME PETERSON, “Syd " , 83 Elm Street, Band 4; Soccer 4; Basketball 3,4. WILLIAM DALE PETERSON, 274 Hillside Road, Peterson Chair Co. JOHN ROBERT PETRYCKI, " Jack " , 114 Glen- crest Drive, Stage Band 2; Lawrence Eagle Tribune. NANCY L. PHILBRICK, “Nanc " , 83 Davis Street, Dramatic Club 2,3; Business Club 3; Pewter Pot. PATRICIA A. PIEROG, “Patty " , 104 Middlesex Street, Tennis Club 1; French Club 2; Ma- joretts 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Cheerleader 3,4 (co-captain); Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Volunteer Lawrence Gen¬ eral Hospital. NANCY E. PROCTOR, 45 Woodstock Street, Band 1,2,3; French Club 1; Jewelry Club 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Softball 1,2; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Volleyball Intra¬ murals 2; Glennie ' s Dairy; Mister Donut. KEITH T. PRYOR, 1550 Salem .Street, Gas Sta¬ tion Attendant. ELLEN MARY QUINTAL, “Quint " , 414 Sum¬ mer Street, Jewelry Club 3; Softball 1; Soft- ball Intramurals 1,2,3; Basketball Intramur¬ als 1,2; Beaconway Fabrics. 89 KATHLEEN P. QUINTAL, “Kathy " , 278 Waver- ly Road, Dramatic Club 3; Art Club 3; Ten¬ nis Club 1; Ecology Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; St. Michael ' s CYO 1; Yearbook 3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Messina ' s Market; Volunteer Lawrence General Hospital 1,2. KIM RAPISARDA, 475 Wood Lane. RICHARD REDMAN, " Rick " , 21 Pembrooke Road, Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Eoot- bain. CHRISTINE M. RHEAUME, “Kissy " , 16 Lincoln Street, Dramatic Club 2,3; Business Club 4; DeMoulas. EDWARD T. RIEMITIS, “Eddy " , 38 Putnam Road, Track 1,2; Ski Team 3,4; Cross Coun¬ try 1,2; E.J. Riemitis Inc. VINCENT TIMOTHY ROBERTS, “Tim " , 52 So. Bradford Street, Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4 (co-captain). JODY ROBERTSON, " j.R. " 230 Andover Street, Fi eld Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Softball 1,2; Baseball Manager 3; Spree. ANN ELLEN ROBINSON, “Roby " , 20 Little Road, Band 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Bicycle 2,3; Dramatic Club 2,3,4 (secretary). BONNIE JEAN RODDEN, “Bon " , 77 Edgelawn Avenue, Sophomore Class Secretary-Trea¬ surer, Library Club 2; Pewter Pot. NANCY JEANNE ROY, “Nance”, Ecology Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 1,2; Afro American Society 1; Track 3; Mary Immaculate Nurs¬ ing Home. WILLIAM A. ST. CYR, “Saint " , 812 Salem Street, Soccer 3 (co-captain) 4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Royal Crest Apartments. RICHARD J. ST. ONCE, “Rich " , 122 Farnum Street. NANCY J. SALVETTI, " Spaghetti " , 185 Dale Street, Ecology Club 1,2; Art Club 2,3; Jew¬ elry Club 3 (president), 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Salvetti Insurance. DANIEL A. SCIUTO, " Dan " , 425 Waverly Road, Baseball; Hockey. DONNA H. SCOTT, " Don " , 15 Young Road, Jewelry Club 3 (treasurer), 4 (president); Art Club 3 (vice-president); Dramatic Club 2; Prom Committee 3,4; Squire 3,4 (feature editor); Yearbook 3 (junior editor), 4 (co¬ editor); Band 1; Volleyball Intramurals 2,3, 4; Basketball Inframurals 3; Field Hockey 1 (manager); Brooks Summer Day Camp, Fisi- chellis Bakery. MARK R. SHEA, " Shrew " , 64 Church Street, Treadweell ' s. MARY ELIZABETH SHELLEY, 53 Woodstock Street, Ecology Club 1,2; Chess Club 3; Ski Club 1, Photography Club 2,3,4; Jewelry Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Tutoring Kitteredge and Lawrence. ROCHELLE ANN SILVERMAN, " Shelley " , 4 Crest Drive, Methuen, Ski Club 1; Bicycle Club 1,3; Prom Committee 3,4; Squire 3,4; Business Club 4; Yearbook 3,4; Field Hock¬ ey 1; Softball 2; Ice Hockey Manager 4; N.A.H.S. Office, Value House, Haverhill. DEMETRA SIOPES, 1 Walker Road, Pep Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Squire 4 (news editor); Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Cheer¬ leader 3,4. DIANE PATRICIA SMITH " Di " , 134 Cotuit Street, School Play 3; Intramurals 2; Year¬ book 4 (advertisement editor); Field Hock¬ ey 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Ski Team 4; Dentist ' s Office, Youth Hockey League. KEVIN J. SMITH, " Ace " , 39 Brightwood Ave¬ nue, Soccer 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4. CATHERINE SONNIER, 108 Brightwood Cir¬ cle, Ecology Club 1,2 (vice-president); Ski Club 2,3,4; Photography Club 1,2; Ski Team 4. LINDA M. SOUCY, " Souchi " , 1072 Johnson Street, Business Club 2,3; Math Team 3,4; Squire 3,4 (art Editor). BRIAN D. STEINBERG, " Steinie " , 1159 Os¬ good Street, Math Team 1,2,3,4; Russian Club 2; Chess Club-3; National Honor So¬ ciety 2,3,4; Squire 3,4 (news editor); Soccer Intramurals 1,2; Soccer Team 3,4; LaCrosse Intramurals 3. PAUL A. STEWART, 68 Boston Hill Road. PETER JOSEPH STONE, " Stoney " , 436 Massa¬ chusetts Avenue, Baseball 2; W.T. Grant. CHERYL BETH STRINGER, " Swinger " , 1094 Salem Street, Dr. Kattz ' Office. MICHAEL A. STRUFFOLINO, " Bear " , 19 Fern- croft Circle, Football 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Seabrook Dog Track. 90 ANN L. SUBACH, 76 Putnam Road, Color Guard 2,3; Russian Club 2; Bicycle ClCib 2; Dramatic Club 2; Honor Society 2,3,4; Ecol¬ ogy Club 1; DeMoulas. DIANE M. SULLIVAN " Sul " , 129 Bay State Road, Ski Team 2,3; Cheerleader 3,4; Treadwell ' s. EDWARD SULLIVAN, 18 Belmont Street. JAMES GERARD SULLIVAN, " Sully " , 1027 Great Pond Road, Baseball 1,2; Football 1; Golf 3,4; Soccer 4. KATHLEEN MARY SULLIVAN, " Cavity Kate " , 120 Martin Avenue, Dramatic Club 1; An-Law Nursing Home. DANIEL M. SYBERT, " Dan " , 25 Stonington Street, Wrestling 3,4. GAYLE ANNE TABBI, " jasper, " 109 High Street, Dramatic Club 1; Western Elec¬ tric Canteen Corporation. KEVIN JOEL THOMPSON, " Spider " , 1265 Bedord Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11216, Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4. PAULA lANNAZZI THOREN, " Mama Guin " , 33 East Water Street, Yum Yum Shop. JAMES H. TIMONY, " Jim " , 52 Harwood Street, DeMoulas. CAROLE TOMKIEWICZ, " Tonka " , 81 Adams Avenue, Business Club 4; Lawrence Gener¬ al Hospital. ALFRED JOHN TORRISI, 88 Colgate Drive, Dramatic Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; Bicy¬ cle Club 1; Ecology 1; Student Council 1; Class Secretary 1; Football 1; Track 1,3,4. DANA L. TRIPOLI, 40 May Street, French Club 4; Jewelry Club 3; Dr. Arcidi ' s Office. MARY ELIZABETH TROMBLY, " Maire " , 858 Great Pond Road, Squire 3,4 (Business Edi¬ tor), Photography Club 2,3; Bicycle Club 1, 2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Ecology Club 1; Ski Club 1; Student Advisory Committee 4; Dramatic Club 1,2; Yearbook 1,2,3; Track 3, 4 (co-captain). MUmM rif ' ' • ' ' aiili ' ANDREA VORIS, " Andi " , 1160 Salem Street, RAYMOND P. WOOD, " Woody " , 555 Salem DeMoulas. Street, Thompson ' s Restaurant. WILLIAM B. UTTLEY, " Uts " , 805 Johnson Street, Soccer 3,4 (co-captain); Track 1; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4 (co-captain). VINCENT V. VAFIADES, " Vaf " , 270 Bradford Street, Golf 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Soccer 3, 4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JANICE ANNE VENTURA, " Jan " , 98 Marble¬ head Street, Class President 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4 (president); Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; French Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2; Bicy¬ cle Club 1,2; Ecology Club 1; A.F.S. 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; N.A. Youth Commis¬ sion 2,3,4; Superintendents Educational Goals Committee 3; Field Hockey 1,2; Bas¬ ketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3,4 (co-Captain); Volleyball Intramurals 1,2; Spanish Tutorial Program, Lawrence; Messinas. DAVID F. VERVILLE, " Dave " , 4 Lincoln Street, Football 1; Sears, Roebuck and Co. GARY VINCENT, 69 Fernview Avenue, Basket¬ ball 1,2; Baseball 1; Football 1. WILLIAM THOMAS WADDINGTON, " Dods, " 251 Sutton Street. BELINDA L. WALD, 10 Royal Crest Drive, Art Club 3 (secretary); Volunteer Y.W.C.A. SHEILA MARIE WALKUP, " Shell " , 30 Carty Cirle, Dramatic Club 1,2; Library Club Aid 1,2,3; DeMoulas. RALPH S. WILDE, " Bing " , 119 High Street, Haffners. TIMOTHY F. WILLIS, 75 Waverly Road. JANE ELLEN WILSON, 18 Buckingham Road, Foreign Language Club 1,2; Art Club 2,3; Sears Roebuck and Co. LYNN A. WILSON, " Cheeta " , 204 Mill Road, Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Ecology Club 2; Bicycle Club 1,2,3; Business Club 4; Field Hockey 1, 2,3,4; Track 2; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3; Birch Drug Store. DEBORAH JEAN WOODHOUSE, " Deb " , 9 Dudley Street, Squire 3; Jewelry Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Art Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; Ski Club 3; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Vol¬ leyball Intramurals 3,4. JAMES DAVID ZAHORUIKO, " Zeke " , 35 Beacon Hill Blvd., Basketball 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3,4. TINA ZAHORUIKO, 262 South Bradford Street, Ski Club 1,2; Bicycle Club 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; DeMoulas. DAVID S. ZAJAC, " Zaje " , 360 Waverly Road, Plastic Sales, B.U. Conference Center PHYLLIS ZETWICK, 35 Meadow Lane. Bob Cyr Nina Marchisio 1 Kevin Eaton, Kevin Thompson Dianne Kendall Jerry Gordon Tim Roberts 94 Anne Robinson Lisa Ottaviano Peter Koscielniak Dana Tripoli, Katie McCarthy 96 Mary Ellen Milne Bill St. Cyr Doug Bates, Kevin Thompson, Eric Nickerson, Dick Licare, Bobba Redman. Andi Eckerson Class of’77 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Presi¬ dent — Jamie Crane, Vice President — Ellen Long, Secretary-Treasurer — Ellen Someri;. first Row: John Spada- ro, Gilbert Sullivan, Dan Toole, George Van Buskirk, Bill She- pley, Don Scheipers, Joe Shalhoup, Steve Sideri, Dave Stone, Stan Ward, Don Vin¬ cent. Second Row: Donna Tabbi, Steve Shuman, Dan Sullivan, David Taylor, Paula Vanasse, Rita Timpf, Ellen Somers, Sheryl Stamp, Barry Sullivan, Gus Salvetti, John Theberge, Debbie Vernile. Eddie Marsh First R ow: Pattie Aziz, Debbie Connors, Lin¬ da Chadwick, Peter Coco, Mark Critten¬ den, Bill Carragher, Tom Carney, Mike Crabb, Frank Bartela- mia. Bill Carney. Second Row: Mary Bulger, Ann Bernar- din, Beth Birkett, Val¬ erie Blomquist, Karl Bischoff, Jim Camire, David Blanchard, Phil Cereich, Carrie Bush, Philip Bickerton. Third Row: Nancy Camp¬ bell, Cheryl Bevin, Cathy Birch, Brian Ar- raj, Joe Armitage, Jim Blackwell, Steve Bea¬ ton, Shaun Callagy, Robert Bisson, David Bartelamia. 100 First Row: Kathy Brennan, Bette Jo DeLisle, Tersia Cunningham, Sharon Fi- nelli, Louise Foote, Linda Fladager, Elizabeth Ecker- son, Valerie Gacioch, Randy Eaton, Kevin De- Nuccio, Second Row: Sue Driscoll, Dena Dixon, Ann Driscoll, Sally Dushame, Gail Donahue, Chucky Fiorino, Charlene Eaton, Rustin Foulds, Herbert Epstein, Paul Fionte, Third Row: Mary Beth Foun¬ tain, Jim Fiore, Colleen Canty, Eileen Dean, Jim Furnari, Doug Fyfe, joe Elbeery, John Friedlander, Ricky Dodge, Oliver Ferguson. First Row: Scott Miller, Nancy Oakes, Judy Mc¬ Carty, Brad Mayer, John Olwine, Mark Ozberak, Kevin Phair, Jim Oldfield, Richard Pierro, Glenn Pryor, Second Row: Kelly McKay, Anne MacLeish, Edna Mangano, Patty Miller, Janis Paiva, Nick Napoli, George Otis, Robert Pas, Lily Norris, Debby Owen, Third Row: Joan Medolo, Mark Pelle¬ tier, Pat O ' Brien, Kevin Murphy, Tina Messina, Chris Packard, Corby Mitchell, Beth Morton, Jeff Richardson, Jacques Phaneuf. AnnMarie Driscoll lOi First Row: David Sifferlen, Lisa Schapker, Lisa Seccareccio, Sharon Shepley, Kim Smith, Kathy Stanley, Debbie Smith, Debbie Stewart, Wendy Smith, Curt Robinson, Second Row: Jody Segal, Gus Salois, Laurie St. Onge, Bonnie Stevenson, Leslie Phelan, Mike Ryan, Jim Rullo, Judy Quintal, Mary Beth Pierog, Kathy Roche, Third Row: Jim Roche, Bruce Reynolds, Nick Saggese, Cindy Roop, Betsy Plant, Janice Peluso, Carol Sliwinski, Mary Rokes, Karen Pike, Mary Ryan. First Row: Gail Hurley, Kevin Whitehead, Sharon Zagorski, Ralph Tiberio, Kathy Wentworth, Leslie Towne, Maryann Tes¬ ta, Tara Stiglin, Donna Zahoruiko, Mary Woodcock, Lisa Welch, Tom Wright, Second Row: Bruce Janesky, Mike Zappa- la, Brian Wolfenden, Pam Whalen, Char¬ lene Wentworth, Debbie Wilson, Carol Weigel, Kelly Trainor, Dawna Ursillo, Lori Watson, Doug Tread¬ well, Paul Tabacco. i02 Michael Christian First Row: Jami DiZazzo, Kathie Doyle, Joan Dewhirst, Cindy De¬ Marco, Danno Coskren, David De- tora, Jamie Crane, Nancy Doherty, Lori Diamond, Tom Daly, Second Row: Sandra Crouch, Sharon Con¬ nelly, Theresa Clement, Jeannine Carrier, Michael Christian, Chris Earley, Bill Chory, Mike Chaput, Mark Caponette, Mark Crabtree, Third Row: Connie Donnelly, Chris Donovan, Chris Cushing, Kathy Costello, Connie Delano, Carol Cunningham, Pattie Carbone, Tricia Cashman, Karen Crowe, Dan Chaisson. Bruce Janesky Faces in the crowd Lori Watson Bill Shepley, Mike Chaput 103 First Row: Dave Johnson, David Hurlbrink, Kevin Kilcoyne, Jeff Kingsley, Maria Glavagna, Dennis Hunt, Brian Hayes, Wendy Guerry, Judy Grady, Leslie Good, Second Row: Robin Hazarvartian, Laurie Hamblet, Lisa Griglack, Linda Gun- dal, Joanne Horton, Susan Hanson, Sue Hodgkins, Paul Gallenstein, Terry Holland, Jim Gillen, Third Row: Ron Houde, Beth Hardacre, Nancy Guglielmino, Erica Helfrich, Brian Hollenbeck, Pamela Hickey, Karen Howarth, Billy Higgins, Basil Hefni, David Gulezian. 1 First Row: Mike Lachapelle, Bob Mas¬ sey, Sandra Martin, Ann McKallagat, Martha Lynch, Edie Marsh, Ginny Lynch, John Mascola, Ruth Marshall, Lynn Martin, Second Row: Jack Mc- Evoy, Jim McCarron, Lisa Marocco, Steven Lynch, John Licciardi, Steven Leo, Philip Lee, Carol Leslie, Tim Low¬ ell, Michael Lagana, Third Row: Jim Martineau, Alan Maranto, James Man- dry, Bruce Landry, Ellen Long, Donna Lundquist, Cindy Levy, Margot Mc¬ Carthy, Ma ureen Madden, Tom Pendak. Mary Woodcock First Row: Debbie Lacroix, Maureen Lawlor, Peggy Landry, Mary Beth Lawlor, Marie Karolisyn, Donna Koebrick, Elizabeth Jasse, Nancy Laurendeau, Diane Lamprey, Cindy Longton, Second Row: Mary Lonergan, Tricia Laorenza, Jerilynn Koeske, Maureen Long, Diane Lenois, Chris Jennison, Janice Kelsey, Debbie Kent, Sherry Kent, Tim Keegan, Third Row: Donna Kouray, Gayle Hutchins, Annmarie Keegan, Lynne Kelley, Ruth lannazzi, Diane Hyde, Tom Karpf, Dave Koczera, Dave Kirk, Steve Johnson. Class of’76 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Presi¬ dent — Nancy Breen, Vice-President — Dave Armitage, Secretary-Treasurer — Donna Uttley. first Row: Sue Burns, Darlene McConaghy, Dottie Dunn, Priscilla Brien, Kathie Connor, Patty MacNeil, Denise Crowe, Audrey Brown, Scott Boeglin, Nancy Bartolotta, Second Row: Mary Addonigio, Judy Birch, Sharon Austin, Nancy Breen, Beth Boyd, Bev Brasseur, Barry Birkett, Joseph Bartolotta, Douglas Bates, Paul Beninato, Third Row: Darlene Armeen, Cin¬ dy Barker, Carol Black, Debbie Beaton, Liz Baril, Julie Alaimo, Ruth Bernardin, Nancy Bradley, Cheryl Bove, Beth Barker. T. Furnari First Row: Merle Weber, Kathy Taylor, John Wolfenden, Ellen Trombly, Carrie Dunn, Carlene Wilson, Jill Wilkinson, Curt Wilson, Dan Turner, Second Row: Sharon Tridenti, Robin Wood, Debbie Wood, Mary Sybert, Donna Uttley, Ju¬ lie Thoren, Jack Witzgall, Ray Turcotte, Chris Wentworth. I First Row: Ann Dubois, Tony Fon¬ taine, Charles Polizzotti, Mike Dris¬ coll, jack Tamagnine, Ed Farrell, Bert Lawlor, Bob Redman, Gary Starr, Gary Enaire, Second Row: Sarah Dunlap, Sue Cormey, Kevin Gallagher, Norman Gallant, Gary Forzese, Dan Cunningham, john Fraser, Mike Fleafey, Paul Sybert, joe DeMarco. Third Row: joanne Dube, Marsha Elias, Chris Dow, Bobby Donahue, jose Frias, Darrell Francis, Martin Driscoll, joe Dona¬ hue, jill Farrow, Bonnie Dunn. Robert Hoar Donna Uttiey Meagan Fitzgerald 109 First Row: Judy Degnan, Karen Cochrane, Joan Campbell, Donna Demers, Linda Dizazzo, Sue Donnelly, Sue Deyermond, Jackie DeFusco, Sandra DiVincenzo, Linda Courcy, Second Row: Eddie Conway, Ellen Charlton, Karen Brown, Charles Bryant, Richard Connor, Matt Caruso, Steve Chooijian, Bill Bunker, Tom Catalano, David Armitage, Third Row: Bonita Connors, Susan Callahan, Susan Carney, Ed Driscoll, Andy Carrier, Ron Caron, Robert Cole, Ed Chaput, Dave Cantone, John Bushnell. Colleen Murphy 110 Susan Kingsley Ed Chaput Karen McCarthy Sandy Pickard First Row: Debbie Long, Wil¬ liam Sipsey, Carolyn Scione, Pamela Tomaselli, Valerie Stone, Terry Polston, Ann Sullivan, Donna Spinney, George Steele, Callie Snell, Second Row: Carrie Stewart, JoAnne Sullivan, Donna Spi- nelli, Mark Simpson, Cary Starr, Dave Rokes, Jon Sim¬ mons, Russ Stemke, Richard Santomas, Becky Slade, Third Row: Kim Rheaume, John Sifferlen, Karen Savukinas, Francis Stoessel, jan Sullivan, Vicki Shalhoup, Elaine Peter¬ son, Sharon Sanborn, Dar¬ lene Tripoli, Jody Voris. Ill Row: Tom Gor¬ man, Robert Hoar, Kim Hazarvarlian, Ginny Honshaw, Jannie Giles, Trisha Greenwood, Pat¬ ti Higgins, Lisa Gioseffi, loan Hennessey, Cathy Lewis. Svcond Row: Dan Gritfin, Tom Gid- ley, Michael Galiper, Rick Haltmaier, Nor¬ man Farr, Don Ellard, Carol Firth, Kathy Flynn, Tom Farrell, Dave Field. Third Row: Debbie Hilbert, Beverly Heintze, |udy Haggerty, jim Higgins, |ohn Hen- nessy, Dave Guthrie, Anthony Furnari, Ste¬ phen Erban, lay Farrow, Brian Gallagher. Fir t Row: Mary Medolo, Diane Romano, Patti Higgins, lannie Giles, Andrea Perry, Sandy Pickard, jane Puopolo, Linda Medolo, Pamela Rose, Gary Starr, Second Row: Bob Miller, Al Midgely, Bob Quin¬ tal, John Rochon, Jane Quintal, Wendy Ord, Gayle Sansoucie, Mary Parlock, Su¬ san Rand, Nancy Dargan, Third Row: Kenny Nassar, Dan Quinlan, Jim Ryan, David Rokes, Mary |o Palermo, Cindy Pangione, Valerie Melillo, Sandy Mun- roe, Colleen Murphy, Nina Reitano. i BUL yd W Paul Sybert 112 Mary Jo Deyermand i Kathy Flinn Tom Sinkiewicz First Row: Tom Lundquist, Jim Keller, Tom Lacey, Ed Shaput, Fred Ciarrusso, Paul Joyce, John Zahoruiko, Scott Thomas, Brian Lawlor, Mary McAloon, Second Row: Steve Murgo, Dan Noone, Jim Fdughes, Carol Guillmette, Ken Kotce, Bob F utchins, John McManus, Kevin Jordan, Dan Healey, Kenton Griffith, Third Row: Ann Marie Jasse, Diane LaRochelle, Gina Laudani, Mag¬ gie Leland, Susan Kingsley, Kar¬ en Licare, Donna Landry, Tracy Little, Sharon Howarth, Kelly Jones. First Row: Jane Owens, Piera Mozzicato, Jorge Mino, Betsey O ' Connor, Betty O ' Connor, Louise Nigrelh, Stuart Miiier, Jitr Riccardi, Pat More, David tNirl .- erson. Second Row Kevin Noon, John McBride, Kalhv Lowell, Dan Martineau, Matty McLoughlin, Cfiarles Oits, Gary Martino, Laurel Matthes, Helen Mathison, Linda Marshall, Third Row: Steve Murphy, Ed Dr.scoll Enza Malandrino, Maiy Maho¬ ney, Bill McCary, Sue McCarty, Kathy McLay, Beth Long, Karen McCarthy, Tom Olenio. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President — Claire McCarthy, Vice-President — Brenda Pierro, Sec¬ retary-Treasurer — Lisa Antonelli. Linda Pellitier First Row: jane Caddell, Maureen Bailey, Carol Clermont, Donna Allbee, Jack Crane, Joe Cristaldi, Mike Cavalcaro, Stephen Crompton, John Cun¬ ningham, Kathy Carbonneau, Second Row: Leonard Brown, Dennis Bligh, Barbara Bishop, Mary Brucato, Mary Ellen Carney, Jill Callahan, Wayne Alexander, Thomas Buthman, Paul Cunningham, Stephen Cyr, Third Row: Patty Carragher, Darlene Assaf, Mary Collins, Rosemary Brien, Rosie Daly, Lisa Antonelli, Carol Castor, Jeff Clough, Tina Coco, Patty Collins. James Lafond Cathy Haggerty First Row: Margie McEvoy, Steve Juba, Joe Beninato, Michael Chory, Paul Luci¬ ano, Jeannie MacKillop, L e Marchisio, Camille Miragliotta, Barbara Plant, Cheryl Pearson, Second Row: Steve Mitchell, Susan Marsh, Marie Medolo, Joe Minihan, Cheryl Flanders, Mike Clark, Charlie Manzi, Mike Torrisi, Chris Pha- neuf, Ivar Martin, Third Row: Debbie Mason, Paula Marshall, Marty Earley, Ronnie Harvey, Jo Anne Ramsden, Diane Milton, Pete McCarthy, Constance McBride, Lisa Melvin, Claire McCarthy. 115 First Row: Diane Barcel- lona, Susan McDowell, Maura Long, Patricia Lampry, Marybeth La- tourelle, Karen Kelley, Linda Kenny, Jennifer Jordan, Joanne Jolly, Bev Helfrich, Second Row: Tom McCarron, Fred McCarthy, Ben Hyde, Dick Licare, Steve Knuep- fer, Paul Dowling, Tim Kingsley, Jim Lafond, Bob Lafond, Mike Lowell, Third Row: John Collins, Mike DeParis, John Smith, Dale Reynolds, Mary Kenney, Bill Kent, Cheri Mahan, Lois Lachapelle, Debbie Leach, Susan Leslie. Mike Stewart 116 David Garofoli First Row: Frank Dinardi, Harvey Jackson, Greg Edwards, Mark Esposito, Steve Jennison, jay Foley, Eileen Hennessey, Marie Hennelly, Liz Hol¬ land, Barbara Keisling, Second Row: Michael Stewart, Peter Dushame, Mike Huckeba, John Grover, Brian Gallagher, Howard Epstein, Steve Harwood, Donald Griglack, Paul Gosselin, John Gray, Third Row: David Garofoli, Mary Ann Gillen, Linda Gioia, Cathy Friedlander, Karen Hale, Mary Beth Hayes, Cathy Haggerty, Cathy Heafey, Pam Hollins. First Row: Karen Good, Cindy Gray, Sharon Greenleaf, Patty Finocchiaro, Pattie Dewhirst, Sandy Guiffrida, Debbie Foulds, Janet Fiore, Patty Doherty, Nancy Earley, Second Row: Stacy Downing, Michael Dobrowoski, David Diminico, Steve Dawe, Robert DiAngelo, Peter Boynton, Peter Caron, Susan Dunn, Jim Emerick, Tom Donovan, Third Row: John Devito, Lesley Dewhurst, Maria DiVincenzo, Nancy Caffny, Maureen DeParis, Debby Diminico, Carol Crittenden, Patty Compagnone, Tina Closon, Debbie Cassidy. 117 Billy Kent Anne Quintal Ivar Martin First Row: Sue Roche, Kathy O ' Connell, Brenda Pierro, Celeste Palmieri, Ellen Patterson, Karen Pelletier, Pattie Smith, Margaret Morrison, Pat Roche, Lisa Nutter, Second Row: Debbie Rooke, Carol Pickard, Donna McDermott, Kim Nevers, Paul Rock, Jerelyn Roberts, Karen Parlock, Jean Roberts, Patty Pow¬ ell, Rhonda Powers, Third Row: Anne Quintal, Lori Seccareccio, Julie Towne, Pam Rochon, Marybeth Pryor, Clif Rollins, Kathy McGuire, Cheryl Nigrelli, Dottie Vincent, Jo-Ann O ' Brien. Joe Minihan Karen Kelley First Row: Juan Feliciano, Don¬ ald Zorn, Anne Woodcock, Jim Witzgall, Karen Wolfenden, Steve Birch, Rich Kohl, Laura Stiglin, David Robinson, Jay Tamagnine, Second Row: Berniece Whalen, Anne Whit¬ ney, Arnold Warshaw, Cindy Duxbury, Elaine Winic, Kathi Vanasse, Teresa Tartaglione, Rita Sullivan, Marianne Turner, Lau¬ rie Smith. First Row: Shaun Tor- rey. Jack Lyons, Ted Sattley, Frank Rullo, Bob Tine, Brian Smith, Tom Teichman, Bar¬ bara Sherlock, Patti Stevens, Barbara F-lig- gins. Second Row: Dale Robinson, Tom Soucy, Tom Rock- wood, Altie Taylor, Joe Terranova, Ron Rudis, Cheryl Savukinas, Kar¬ en Smith, Linda Ro¬ mano, Kim Stevenson 119 on 1 (Whistle) One, Two, Three, Four Mr. Savory First Row: Eric Johnson, John Ol- wine, Teresa Tartaglione, Laurie Firth, Mike Lachapelie, Ann Robinson, Rich¬ ard Woodburn, Beth Morton, Enza Malendrino, Constance McBride. Second Row: Rich Pierro, Karen Wol- fenden, Karen Good, Nancy Bradley, Mary Smith, Lynn Bischoff, Elaine Win- ic. Third Row: Dave Field, Curt Wilson, Karl Bischoff, Randy Eaton, Tom Car¬ ney, Lynn Cote, Chris Jennison, Erica Helfrich Fourth Row: Nancy Doherty, Carol Crittenden, Cheryl Stamp, Steve Murphy, Cindy Dawe, Laurie FHamblet, Beverly Heinze, Debby Owen. Fifth Row: Ginny Henshaw, Lisa Griglack, Sue Hanson, Karen Hale, Linda Wood¬ man, Becky Slade, Mary Parlock, Ed Driscoll. Sixth Row: Chuck Malendri¬ no, Paul Gosselin, Mike Lattin, Karen Parlock, Judy Birch, Steve Jennison, Allan Moranto. Seventh Row: Steve Dawe, Steve Juba, Ron Heggarty, Starr Andrew, Ken Field, John Spidaro, Doug Cannelia. Eighth Row: Joe Mini- han, Sid Peterson, Eric Nickerson, Steve Birch, Rich Kohl, Tim Kingsley. 1?2 FLAG SQUAD: Below First Row: Debbie Beaton, Cindy Duxbury, Alli¬ son Kirk, Carrie Dunn, Jackie DeFusco. Second Row: Cathy FJeafey, Cheryl Pearson, Mary Beth Turner, Marty Dunn, Laura Stiglin, Sharon Tridenti. Doug Cannella Chuck Malandrino The band, under the direction of Mr. Savory, continued performing with its usual standard of excellence again this year, and was by far the 1 marching band in the Cape Ann League. The band performed intricate half-time shows at each football game and during the winter concert season performed both classical and popular selections to receptive audiences. Members practiced daily during school and held extra practices during the marching season. This year ' s activities also included parades, an exchange concert and a statewide band competition. An added attraction for music lovers during the concert season was the stage band. This jazzy ensemble played sharp rock music under the direction of Mr. Selima. 123 Batons Twirling . . . The majorettes were seen throughout the year as they participated in pre-game and half-time shows, as well as in parades. They gave the band the little extra twirl needed for a successful unit. Many times the girls are not given the cred¬ it they deserve, yet these girls worked just as hard and as long as any band member. The girls were under the direction of Mrs. Taylor and head major¬ ette, Deane FitzPatrick. Fran Forzese 124 Deane Fitz Patrick Cheap On Gas! Under the leadership of Mary Beth Hayes and Jeff Hender¬ son, 25 students went on bike rides ranging from 5 to 40 miles. Some of the other members went on a century ride in New Hampshire, sponsored by the Granite State Wheelmen. Others went on an American Youth Hostels 25-mile journey. Bicycling is increasing in popularity at N.A.H.S. The bicycle racks were full even in late fall. The members sought to increase interest in this non-polluting mode of transportation. Jeff Henderson First Row: John Zahoruiko, Dale Robinson, Sue Roche, Brian Hayes, David Robinson, Donna Tabbi. Second Row: Iva Martin, Steve Erban, Cheryl Bove, Tom Rockwood, Maggie Leland, Tom Catalano, Mary Beth Hayes, Tom Farrell, Sandy Martin, Jeff Brown, Barbara Plant, Sharon Zagorski, Betsy Plant, Kevin Eaton, Linda Chadwick, Peter McCarthy. 125 Give My Regards to Broadway! The 1973-74 school year saw many changes in the Dramatic Club, beginning with the appointment of a new director — Miss Anne Armitage. New areas in drama were explored and the entire student body witnessed a very entertaining Christ¬ mas melodrama. Although there was no musical this year, the theatrical productions that were put on were superb, with ex¬ cellent performances and eye-catching scenery designs all done by dramatic club members. OFFICERS: Top to Bot¬ tom: Karen Good, Anne Robinson, Lynn Bishoff, Allison Kirk. Theresa Tartaglione First Row: Diane LaRochelle, Karen Good, Maria Galvagna, Becky Slade, Celeste Palmieri, Cecile FHamel, Ann Robinson, Carol Crittenden, Sue Ftanson, Laurie Diamond. Second Row: Betty O ' Connor, Cathy Freidlander, Linda Grundel, Patty Carragher, Gayle SanSoucie, Lisa Melvin, Steve Birch, Richard Kohl, Laura Stiglin, Eric Johnson, Bob FJutchins, Starr Andrews, Ron FJeggarty, Ken Field. Third Row: Mary Lonnergan, Nancy Doh¬ erty, Pam Hollins, Lynn Bischoff, Karen Wolfenden, Jane Puopolo, Teresa Tartaglione, Cindy Lou Duxbury, Allison Kirk, Kevin Murphy, Cheryl Stamp, Lisa Moracco, Beth Morton, Mary Smith, Ed Driscoll. 126 Parlez-vous Francais? Parents at Banquet Jackie DeFusco Banquet Entertainment A feast to fill the hungriest appetite opened a busy year of French Club Activities. Led by president Richard Beaudoin and vice-president Lisa Melvin, members participated in an International Banquet, Christ¬ mas party, and a French Cul¬ ture Day at Boston University. With advisors Mile Lostimolo and Mile McLaughlin, club members attended " L ' Avare " a French spoken satirical play performed by a French acting company. Thus for the French Club, 1973-74 was a very good year. first Row: Lisa Antonelli, Lisa Melvin, Elaine Winic, Geoffry Brown, Karen Parlock. Second Row: Tom Farrell, Beth 128 Doherty, Carol Lord, Barbara Bishop. Third Row: Jackie DeFusco, Susan McCarty, Mary Smith, Tricia Lamphrey, Connie McBride, Gayle SanSoucie. People Working Ssh! Library aides volunteer their time to man the desk and replace books in the IMC. These students were: First Row: Chris Cushing, Cathy Lowell, Ellen Charlton. Second Row: June Lusten- burger, Meagan Fitzgerald, Dodie Kos- cielnick, Linda Grundel, Les Gray. Secretaries A nd Stenographers The business club carried on various activities this year that familiarized members with different business tech¬ niques. The members were: First Row: Janice McHale, Mary Smith, Marie Medolo, Patricia Collins, Tina Coco. Second Row: Ellen Patnaude, Patty Connors, Stacy Downing, Pam Roch- on, Patti Bryant, Joanne Fyfe, Sheila Boyd, Susan Morely, Lynn Wilson, Pam Hollins. Let’s Pitch In! A group of ecology mind¬ ed students got together this fall and reorganized the ecol¬ ogy club. Throughout the year, they have tried various ways to conserve our earth ' s resources and to effectively deal with the disposal of waste. The members were: (L-R) Maggie Leland, Cheryl Bove, Kathy Flinn, Jeff Segal, Tom Farrell, Mary Beth Shel¬ ley, .Mary Beth Hayes, Geof¬ frey Brown. First Row: Jack Crane, John LaBell, Connie Donnelly, John Mascola, Jirn Blackwell, Mary Beth Hayes, Brian Gallagher, Tony Fontaine, Jack Mc- Evoy, Bob Massey. Second Row; Jeff Henderson, Mike Galper, David Blanchard, Jim Gillen, Tom Soucy, Al Maranto, Don Schipers, Gary Martiao, Richard Haltamier, David Guthrie, Steve Crompton, Peter McCarthy, Steve Juba, Steve Erban. Paul Galleristein, Jackie McEvoy Steve Crompton, Mr. Robinson, Peter McCarthy The A. V. Club expanded this year with the addition of a televi¬ sion studio and color T.V. camera. The club contributed their regular duties of supplying equipment to aid teachers and stu¬ dents. The members ran movies from the projection booth. Members had to go through a re-learning session in the fall to familiarizethemselves with all the new equipment. Hold That Pose! This year the photo graphy club was busily ' ' clicking " candids around N.A.H.S. and the town. Their photo- gaphs were used in the Squire and the Knight. The club held contests in various photographic categories. New equipment was purchased with money made available from the Harry Caruso Memorial Fund. Miss Matasso served as the advisor. First Row: John Zahoruiko, Peter McCarthy, Donald Zorn, Tom Farrell, Paul Manzi, Arnold Warshaw. Second Row: Geoffry Brown, Tom Catalano, Steve Erban, Karen Kelley, Ken Lafond, Mark Closson, Jeff Segal, Mary Beth Shelley. OFFICERS L-R: Rosemary Connelly (secretary); Andrew Breen (vice- pres.) Janice Ventura (pres.). Democracy in Action! Changes in the election procedure enabled any student in N.A.H.S. to become a member of the Student Council this year. The 55 member council provided students with an opportunity to work together for common purposes, select leaders, and deal responsibly with faculty and administrators in our school. The Student Council sponsored several dances, conducted a canned food drive to aid the Salvation Army, collected for a scholarship drive, and also prepared a student handbook for the oncoming year. Being the central fundraising body for all student activities, this years student council has been extremely beneficial to most clubs and activities. wHm Paul Rock, Rosemary Connelly First Row: Brenda Pierro, Lisa Antonelli, Cindy DeMarco, Ellen Long, Eileen Dean, Cynthia Levy, Susan McCarty, Kim Rheume, Sarah [Xinlap, Nancy Salvetti, Barbara Plant. Second Row: Mary Parlock, Rosie Brien, Jill Wilkinson, Kathy Carboneau, Susan McDowell, Claire McCarthy, Linda Romano, Marie Galvagna, Marsha Elias, Karen Brown, Kathy Costello. Third Row: Mary Trombly, Betsy Plant, Jan Sullivan, Susan Kingsley, Karen Licare, Sharon Austin, Mary Brucato, Kim Stevenson, Barbara Bishop, Janice Ventura, Sharon Zagorski. Fourth Row: Al Arcifa, Andy Breen, Paul Manzi, Rich Connors, Donald Zorn, Karen Savukinas, Donna Uttley, Dena Dixon, Nancy Breen, Beverly Bras- 132 seur. Bob Ceplikas, David Armitage. Committees Fight for Students Rights! These committees and boards enable students to discuss school policy and needs with both the faculty and school committee. Members were elected by their peers at the begin¬ ning of the year. REPRESENTATIVES TO THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE (L) Left to Right - Jim Lafond, " Jo " Licare, Mary Beth Hayes, Mary Trombly, Barbara Plant. RULES AND REGULATIONS COMMITTEE AND STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD (R) Left to Right - Tom Rockwood, Susan McCarty, Donna Albee, Mary Parlock. First Row: Kathy Costel¬ lo, Sharon Zagorski, Cheryl Bove, Cathy Freid- lander, Betty O ' Connor. Second Row: Jeannine Car¬ rier, Carlene Wilson, Lori Seccericio, Mary Ryan, Patty Carragh- er. Bob Hoar. Foreign Exchange ii The American Field Service is an organization that was designed to bring a foreign student into a new environ- I ' . ment and allow this selected student to become aquainted with the American way of life. This year, North Andover (had a student from France, Dennis Falconet, attending the High School. He was staying with the Willis family. Dennis contributed to school activities; he played soccer and was a member of the Ski Team. ‘7W Like to Teach the World to Sing . . First Row: James Moro, Donna Spinney, Debbie Wood, Debbie Long, Celeste Palmieri, Bill Bunker, Bob Hutchins, Rich Kohl, Karen Good, Nan¬ cy Bradley, Sharon Tridenti, Sue Hanson, Steve Birch. Second Row: Steve Murphy, Mary Beth Turner, Anne Quintal, Sharon Austin, Susan Burns, Anne Woodcock, Laura Stiglin, Judy Birch, Ken Field, Starr Andrews, Mike Lattin. Third Row: Paul Beninato, Paul Gosselin, Roger Walsh, Lori Crompton, Fran Forzese, Cindy Duxbury, Cecile Hamel, Lynn Bischoff, Marti Dunn, Wendy Guerrey, Carrie Dunn, jane Puopolo, Donna Tabbi. Joan Campbell, Kathy Connor, Mary Beth Turner, Laura Stiglin. Mr. Selima, Lynn Bischoff - president. Celeste Palmieri - secretary, Cecile Hamel - music librari¬ an, Anne Quintal - music librarian, Barbara Keisling - vice president (absent). From " A Song of David " to " Why Me, Lord? " , the chorus sang a selective varie¬ ty of music. In addition to putting on their regular concerts during the year, in¬ cluding the annual Christmas concert, they participated in exchange concerts with other schools. Under the direction of Mr. Selima, the chorus brought a note of joy to everyone listening. ;34 Knights, Bishops, Pawns The chess club, in its third year of exist¬ ence, did very well in inter-scholastic matches and all members seemed to enjoy competing against one another. With each practice session, each mem¬ ber becomes more and more like Bobby Fisher. This year ' s members were: Left to right: Robert DiAngelo, Kevin Eaton, Mark Simp¬ son, Peter Coco, Eric Johnson. First Row: Susan Rand, Sandy Crouch, Cindy DeMarco, Bonnie Stevenson, Maggie Leland, Leslie Good, Cathy Birch, Mary Trombly, Jeannine Carrier, Debbie Waldman, Patty Miller. Second Row: Donald Griglack, Doug Bates, Paul Sybert, Howard Epstein, Donald Zorn, Tom Rockwood, Jim Gallen- stein, Cheryl Bove, Sandy Martin, Sharon Connelly. Joggers Keep in Shape! When the cold winds of winter blew towards N.A.H.S., a bright light flashed in the minds of some team members and coaches of the fall and winter sports. They decided to organ¬ ize a jogging club to keep fall sportsmen in shape for spring sports, and to help anyone interested in getting some exer¬ cise. The joggers were led by Mr. O ' Neill, Don Zorn, and Sandy Martin. Don Zorn, Paul Sybert. STAFF: First Row: Shelley Sil¬ verman, Tom Far¬ rell, Barbara Hig¬ gins, Susan Rand, Laura Stiglin, Linda Gundel, Martha Lynch .Second Row: Mary Gillen, Connie McBri de, Karen Brown, Jill Farrow, Marie Hennelly, Mary Beth Lawlor, Ellen Somers, Kathy Stanley. ! 3 1 P rf: V p T Fmk ■ 1 W • .1 »iA . 1 r 1 EDITORS: Left to Right: James Ca¬ ron, Robert Cepli- kas, Andrew Breen, Mary Trombly, Donna Scott, De- metra Slopes, Rosemary Brien, Linda Soucy, JoAnn Licare, Brian Steinberg. Hold the Press — I’ve Got a Scoop! This year ' s Squire staff searched high and low for news stories of interest to add to their paper, produced regular editions, and encouraged more student in¬ volvement. They were rewarded for their efforts when the circulation of the Squire increased dramatically. With the help of co-editors Jim Caron and Bob Cepli- kas, and advisor, Mrs. Alien, the Squire staff gave the student body precise, up to date news coverage on local, school, and community issues. 136 Bob Ceplikas Sooner or Later, We’re Gonna Getcha! The members of the Yearbook Staff were buried under pictures and layout sheets every Monday and Wednesday afternoon. 1974 was a year for some changes in the book. For the first time, color pictures and other techniques (like the campaign slogan used to sell books) were used to try to bring more life and pizazze to the Yearbook. A change in the publishing company meant changes in the method of compiling the book, but everyone caught on q uite rapidly. The Knight was headed by co-editors Marcia Hennelly and Donna Scott. They were assisted by numerous members of the senior and junior class — Mr. Minihan served as the advisor. Donna Scott, Jim Caron I i, I " m [A EDITORS: first Row; Marcia Hennelly, Donna Scott, Paul Manzi, Jim Caron, Diane Smith. Second Row: Karen McCauley , Lisa Melvin, Patsy McEvoy, Mar¬ ie Hennelly, Mary Beth Hayes, Cheryl Savukinas, Nina Marchi- sio, Shelley Silverman. ( s : 5 STAFF: First Row: Julie Alaimo, Mary Beth Turn¬ er, Mary McAloon, Mary Ann Turner, Mary Ellen Milne, JoAnn Licare, Maureen Caponette, Carol Lord, Jody Robert¬ son, Beth Doherty. Second Row: Lisa Anto- nelli, Elaine Winic, Liz Holland, Mary Beth Pryor, Joanne Fyfe, Marie San- germano, Connie Mc¬ Bride, Nancy Saivetti, Debbie Woodhouse, Kar¬ en Dargan. 137 i Mallets, Mandrels, A nd Merrick Christmas gifts were never so fun to create as they were this year in the Jewelry Club. Many new techniques in sil¬ ver jewelry making were explored in depth by the club members. Each Tuesday afternoon in the metal shop, the clang of hammers and the soldering of sterling was proof of club members working on their individual projects. With Mrs. Merrick as advisor, the club made bracelets, pendants, rings, and all types of jewelry that appeared to be done by professional craftsmen. OFFICERS: Donna Scott — president, Karen Wolfenden — vice president, Carol Firth — treasurer. First Row: Karen Brown, JoAnn Jolly, Julie Thoren, Mary Parlock, Jane Owens, Ginny Henshaw, Mary Beth Turner. Sec¬ ond Row; Mary Woodcock, Paula Vanesse, Mary Beth Shelley, Jan Sulli¬ van, Barbara Hig¬ gins, Karen Par- lock, Mary Beth Hayes, Lisa Anto- nelli. Third Row: Mary Gillen, Deb¬ bie Woodhouse, Maureen Capo- nette, Kim Nevers, Beth Barker, Cheryl Bove, Carol Firth, Karen Wolfenden, Elaine Winic, Cathy Vanesse, Brenda Pierro. Hold Your Horses! in its first year of existence, the Equestrian Club, a student sup¬ ported group, was most active in the spring. Each member used his or her own horse as they held shows and rode against Andover and other local clubs. Left to Right: Liz Eckerson, Tina Closson, Andrea Swift, Betty Jo Delisle, Karen Crowe, Kim Smith, Wendy Smith, Maria Galvagna. 138 Square Root, Cube Root, Log of Pi .. . First Row: Jan Sullivan, Winona Nadeau, Julie Thoren, Mary Parlock. Second Row: Eric John¬ son, Linda Soucy, Connie McBride, Lynn Bischoff, Cathy Heafey, Jim Man- dry. Third Row: Donald Griglack, Lisa Antonelli, Teresa Tartaglione, Elaine Winic, Rich Haltamier, Steve Erban, Kevin Eaton. Lynn Bischoff, Mr. McGowan, Winona Nadeau, Karen Hale. Karen Hale, Lynn Bischoff, Linda Soucy. All numbers are complex numbers to some of us, but the members of the Math Team don ' t have this problem. Each week this group practiced different kinds of problems for their monthly competitions with nine other area schools. With the help of advisors Mrs. Watson and Mr. McGowan, the team consistently placed above average in their competitions. " E to the X, X to the Y, e to the x, x to the y, secant, cosine, tangent, sine, 3.14159 square root, cube root, log of pi, disintergrate them North Andover High! " 139 Students Helping Students Under the direction of Mrs. Weaver, the Na¬ tional Honor Society had a relatively active year. Among its many activities was the organi¬ zation of an in school tutorial program in which all members participated. The 1973-1974 society members worked in conjunction with the Student Council in order to make the Scholarship Drive a success. Intelligence, char¬ acter, leadership, and service are prerequistes for membership and all members are expected to fulfill these qualities. Vice-Pres. — Bob Ceplikas; Sec. — Marcia Hennelly; Pres. Winona Nadeau — Judy Mitchell m ■ First Row: Ann Subach, Teresa Tartaglione, Marty Dunn, Cheryl Pearson, Nancy Proctor, Linda Soucy, Katie McCarthy, Lisa Antonelli, Laura Stiglin, Debbie Leach. Second Row: Jim Caron, Brian Steinberg, Harry Downing, Andrew Breen, Bob Ceplikas, Mary Gillen, Karen Wolfenden, Jim Witzgall, Ron Rudis, Tom Rockwood, Dale Robinson, Marie Hennelly, Karen Good. Third Row: Cathy Vanesse, Elaine Winic, Winona Nadeau, Demetra Siopes, Judy Mitchell, Janice Ventura, Marcia Hennelly, Cathy Sonnier, Mary Ellen Milne, Mary Trombly, Lynn Bischopp. 140 Queen for a Knight! Fall sports Queen Robin Marsh and Escort John Pickard Teachers counting votes Front (L-R): Will Uttley, Rosemary Connelly, Robin Marsh, Linda Eidem, Shawn Hayden. Back (L-R): Peter Phelan, Brenda Elliot, John Pickard, Karen Dargan, Frank Armitage. 14 Clo ckwise at 12: Patty Pierog, Diane Sullivan, Nancy Salvetti, Nancy Gaffny, Jeannie Mac- Killop, Beverly Helfrich, Rosie Brien, Carrie Stewart, Karen Licare, Donna Uttley, Karen Savukinas, Rosemary Con¬ nelly, Demetra Slopes, “Jo " Licare. 144 " jo " Licare Rosemary Connelly, Nancy Salvetti Clap, Clap, Clap Your Hands! Demetra Slopes The source of school spirit during the 1973-1974 sports season lay in the hands of the cheerleaders. Under the guidance of co-captains ' ' jo " Licare and Patty Pierog, the squad, composed of seniors, juniors, and sophomores, exhibited a great deal of skill and grace — which was an obvious result of their long afternoons of practice. Placing high in ail competi¬ tions, the cheerleading squad was an asset to every game this past season. 145 It Was a Year for Building! Although the football team compiled a discouraging won-lost record, it was primarily a rebuilding year as the Knights had only one returning letter- man in the line-up. Thus the team was dominated by underclassmen, who were gaining experience for next season. Se¬ nior Captain Frank Cunningham was in¬ strumental in the 7-0 victory over Tri¬ ton, and along with Lief Korb, Mike Chory, Wayne Alexander and Mike Stewart contributed greatly to the team ' s efforts on the gridiron. Despite long hours of practice and dedication on the part of the players and Coach Roche and his staff, the team finished the season with a record of one win and eight loss¬ es. It is hoped that with the vast majority of the players returning next year the football fortunes of North Andover will greatly improve. Captain Frank Cunningham Wayne Alexander Coach Roche Lennie Brown 146 Wayne Alexander Mike McCann i First Row: Coach Roche, Mike McCann, David Compagna, Kevin McCarthy, Frank Cunningham, Tim Roberts, Joe Kamal, junior Ar¬ royo. Second Row: Jim Hughes, Martin Early, Mike Stewart, Wayne Alexander, Paul Cunningham, Mike Chory, Jeff Hines, Greg Ed¬ wards, Tom Donovan. Third Row: John Beaudoin, Lennie Brown, John Wolfenden, John McManus, Smiley Taylor, Joe Terranova, Jim Lafond, Scott Kelley. Fourth Row: Eddie Farrell, Jack Timony, Mike Driscoll, Gary Starr, Burt Lawlor, Ed Chaput, David Cantone, Juan Feliciano. Fifth Row: Paul Rock, Mr. Towle, Sean Melvin, Norman Gallant, Phil DeMarco, John Bushnell, Mike Rullo, Mr. Grady, Mr. Rozzi. 147 i M Frosh Eleven Have Successful Season! One of the most inspiring teams this season was the Freshman football squad. Under the direction of Coach Cavanaugh, the team fin¬ ished the season with a record of six wins and three losses. The boys put up tough fights against such strong teams as Amesbury, North Reading and Lynnfield; a great deal of the team ' s success was due to their determination and outstanding defense. Ter ry Holland First Row: John Licciardi, Shawn Galley, Jim Ruilo, Jim Martineau, Bart Forgetta, Kevin Murphy, Terry Hol¬ land, Jim Giilan, Brian Wol- fenden, Tim Parrel. Second Row: Joe Shalhoup, Bill She- pley, Steve Sideri, Don Schei- pers, Bill Chotey, Mike Chaput, Tim McCarron, Kev¬ in Whitehead, Tim Keegan, Mark Crabtree, Steve Lynch. 149 Knights Kick Up a Storm In its second year of existence, the NAHS Soccer team took the field this fall with more confidence, more skill, and with the determination that they would have a winning season. Dominated by returning senior lettermen, the team demonstrated their improved techniques as they racked up a record of eight wins, four losses, and three ties. Coach McDonald worked the players hard as he stressed conditioning as well as skills. With outstanding goal tending on the part of All-Star Goalie Vincent Vafiades, and the fine team play of co-captains Scott Kingsley and Will Uttley, Bill St. Cyr and Andy Breen, the Soccer team proved itself to be the best fall athletic team. David Armitage, Bob Ceplikas Will Uttley SOCCER: First Row: Paul Manzi, Bill Gagne, Rick McCarthy, Bob Ceplikas, Harry Downing, Andy Breen, Scott Kingsley, William Uttley, John Kennedy, Vincent Vafiades, Brian Steinberg, jimmy Sullivan, Ace Smith, Jerry Dunn, Jorge Mino, Curt Robinson. Second Row: Arnold War- shaw, David Detora, Tom Rockwood, Peter Garofoli, Steve Murgo, Tommy Lundquist, T. Furnari, David Armitage, David Garofoli, Dennis Fal¬ conet, Bill St. Cyr, Sid Peterson, Charlie Bryant, John Caroso, Rich Connors, Chris Chushing, Tom Farrell, Jim Keller, Jeff Richardson, Phil Bick- erton. Brad Mayer. ISO John Kennedy Bill Gagne Vincent Vafiades, Scott Kingsley I Paul Manzi 151 Girls Have Disappointing Season Co.-Capts. Donna Farrow, Marcia Hennelly. As September came around, the Field Hockey team could be seen heading for the Middle School every afternoon for practice. Having a dis¬ couraging record of 1-9-2 did not dim the spirits of the " Lady Knights " . Under the guidance of Coach Pamp and co-captains Donna Farrow and Marcia Hennelly, seven seniors, sev¬ en juniors, and two sophomores played their best game after game. Among the outstanding members of the team were Patsy McEvoy, Gerry Roberts, Lynn Wilson and Donna Allbee. Nina Marchisio, Jody Robertson 152 first Row: Karen McCarthy, Marie Sangermano, Donna Farrow, Marcia Hennelly, Gerry Roberts. Second Row: jody Robertson, Nina Marchisio, Lynn Wilson, Sharon Greenleaf, Barbara Plant. Third Row: Kathy Taylor, Kathy Heggarty, Lee Marchisio, Donna Albee, Karen Kelley. Every Corner Is a Goal! Linda Gioia With Mrs. Morrison as Coach, and Nancy Breen and Carlene Wilson as co-captains, the junior varsity team finished the sea¬ son with a record of 5-1-6. Outstanding players included Vickie Shalhoup and Judy Hagerty. Barbara Plant, Marie Sangermano, K thy Haggerty, Kathy Taylor First Row: Mary Beth Lawlor, Carlene Wilson, Nancy Breen, Betsy Plant, Lynn Martin. Second Row: Tricia Lorenza, Sharon Zagorski, JoAnne Sullivan, Maureen Madden, Lynn Kelley, Margie McCarthy. Third Row: Linda Gioia, Ellen Trombly, Valerie Gacioch, Vickie Shalhoup, Judy Haggerty. Marie Sangermano I S3 Knights Snare Hoop Crowns 1974 saw one of the greatest basketball teams in the history of North Andover High trounce oppo¬ nent after opponent on their way to victory. The Scarlet Knights extended their amazing Cape Ann League winning streak to 41 games, handling most competitors easily, before absorbing a 52-50 overtime loss to the Hamilton-Wenham Generals. Capturing the League ' s West Division title with a 17-1 record, the Knights seized revenge against the Generals in the Cape Ann Championship game with a convincing 53-43 win. Co-captain Andy Breen and junior Dick Licare were unani¬ mous choices on the All Cape Ann League team. Senior Bill St, Cyr was selected to the all West squad. After drawing a bye in the first round of the State Tournament, North Andover used a tena¬ cious man-to-man defense to stop Winthrop, 46- 29, advancing to the Division II North finals versus Bedford. The Knights mounted an incredible 50- 21 half-time lead, and breezed to an 81-47 victory, with Sid Peterson (19 pts.) and jerry Gordon (14 pts.) leading the offense. Coach Bob Licare ' s 15th year at NAHS proved to be his best yet, as he not only received strength from his starting five but a talent-packed bench with standouts like Tom Enright, Brian Smith, Tom Teichman, and Kevin Smith. The hoop-stars end¬ ed the season by winning the State Champion¬ ship. For the Scarlet Knight ' s Basketball Team, 1974, was a very good year. feHOOVLfj mm Bill St.Cyr, Sid Peterson, Andy Breen. f» st Row. co-captains Andy Breen and Will Uttley. Second Row: Ron Rudis, Jerry Gordon, Dan Cunningham, Tom Tieshman, Sid Peterson, Bill St. Cyr, Coach Licare, Mike Heafey, Dicky Licare, Kevin Smith, Brian Smith, Tommy Enright, Rich Connors. 1S4 Will Uttley ' ATE CHAMPIONS Left to Right: Ed Chaput, Robert Quintal, Bobba Redman, Steve Murgo, Mike Heafey, Richard Haltmier, Joe Minihan, Coach Fichera, Manager Tom Lundquist, David Guthrie, Rich Connors, Ed Conway, joe Bartalotta, Donald Ellard, Norman Gallant. J.V s Post Winning Record Bobba Redman Once again, Coach Fichera ' s junior varsity bas¬ ketball team had an outstanding season. Led by captains Mike Heafey Bobba Redman the team won sixteen games while losing only two. Among the outstanding members on the squad were Rich Connors, Bob Quintal, joe Minihan. Coach Fichera, Bob Quintal, Ed Chaput Frosh Hit the Boards! This year ' s freshman team, coached by Mr. Sheehan, posted another winning season. Among the outstanding players were Jackie McEvoy, Mike Chaput and James Rullo. Jim Fiore First Row: Brian Wolfenden, Mike Chaput, Tim Keegan, Jackie McEvoy, Tim McCarron, Glenn Pryor, Daniel Chaisson. Second Row: Coach Shee¬ han, David Stone, Robert Sullivan, James Rullo, James Fiore, Kevin Whitehead, Bill Shepley. Sophomore Spurs Team! The varsity basketball team had only a fair season this year, as they posted a record of five wins and seven losses. Under the direction of Coach Pamp, the girls won many hard fought games. The team was comprised of only three seniors, along with nine juniors and one sophomore. Among the outstanding performers on the squad were Nancy Breen, Diane Barcellona and Mary Ellen Carney. Marcia Hennelly, Donna Farrow Diane Barcellona Gerry Roberts 4 - 158 First Row: Marcia Hennelly and Donna Farrow. Second Row: Carol Clermont, Debbie Diminico, Jerry Roberts, Barbara Sherlock, Mary Ellen Carney, Nancy Breen, Laura Stiglin, Sharon Greenleaf, Camille Miragliotta, Diane Barcellona, Marie Sangermano, Coach Pamp First Row: Mary Beth Lawlor, Sherry Kent, Kathy Taylor, Judy Birch, Lynn Kelley, Patti Aziz. Second Row: Donna Demers, Kathy Finicaro, Beth Long, Sharon Zagorski, Terry Clermont, Maureen Madden, Ann Marie Keegan, Coach Morrison. Knights Fight! The junior varsity team made a good showing this season, finishing the season with a record of six wins and six loses. The team was composed of only two returning players, co-captains Judy Birch and Kathy Taylor, the rest of the squad were freshman. Among the offensive and defensive stars were Sharon Zagorski, Terry Clermont and Maureen Madden. Ih9 Barbara Sherlock, Mary Ellen Carney Ski Team Becomes Varsity Sport In the fall of 1973, students were victorious in their long term efforts to make the NAHS Ski Team a varsity sport. With the coaching of Mr. Marchegiani and the leadership of co-captains Andi Eckerson and Mary Ellen Milne, the team looked strong this winter. Although the weather wasn ' t as cooperative as skiers were hoping for, members could be seen making their way down local ski slopes. Due to many cancellations, the varsity team finished the season with one win and one loss. Barbara Plant Co-Captains Andi Eckerson, Mary Ellen Milne. First Row: Jeff Segal, Tom Farrell, Scott Thomas, Kim Stevenson, Kathy Carbonneau, John Farr, Cheryl Bove, Jeff Henderson, Jeff Heinze, Mary Ellen Milne, Katy McCarthy, Cathy Sonnier. Second Row: Karen Brown, Debbie Waldman, Bonnie Stevenson, Carlene Wilson, Susan Burns, Cheryl Savu- kinas, Patty Stevens, Kathy Flinn, Maggie Leland, Jannie Giles, Sandy Pickard, Marsha Elias, Tom Rockwood, Gibert Olwine, Cindy Rue, Harry Dow, Christopher Cushing. Third Row: Mary Medolo, Edna Mangano, Betsy Plant, Nina Reitano, Ron Clemente, Liz Eckerson, Kim Nevers, Barbara Plant, Vincent Vafiades, Andi Eckerson, Donald Griglack, David Campagna, Jeff Brown, Peter Garofoli, Ed Reimitis, Dennis Falconet, Russ Stemke, David Murray, Peter Dushame. 160 Four Qualify for State Meet This year ' s wrestling squad, under the guidance of Coach Crozier, finished the season with a record of nine wins and eleven losses. Four team members, Jack Camire, Paul Luciano, Mike Chory, and Bill Kelley, qualified for the state meet in their weight division. Among the awards given to this year ' s team were: Most Valuable, Mark Bolen; Most Improved, Bert Lawlor; Unsung Hero, Dan Sybert; and Outstanding Wrestler, Jack Camire. John McManus Dan Sybert First Row: joe Giarusso, David Cantone, Mark Bolan, Fred Giarusso, Paul Luciano, jack Camire, Chalrie Polizotti, Billy Kelley, Christo¬ pher Phaneuf. Second Row: Manager Paul Sybert, Bert Lawlor, jack Tamaginne, jim Keller, Scott Kelley, Michael Struffolino, joe Terra- nova, Tim Roberts, Dan Sybert, Mike Chorey, jack McManus, Charlie Otis, Bill Chory, Michael Dinsmore. 162 Paul Luciano Jack Camire I Icemen Show Improvement KNIGHTS This year ' s hockey team, led by first-year coach Walter Fitzgerald and captain Billy Noone, showed marked improve¬ ment over the season, highlighted by a five- game unbeaten streak in the second half of the sea¬ son. Goalie Peter Caron and defenseman Fran Murphy were selected to the All-League team, while Bob Ceplikas and Mark Esposito received honorable mention. Oth¬ er outstanding knights included John Doherty, Rich McCarthy, Dave Diminico, Joe Beninato, and Bill McMahon. W ' ith only four skaters graduat¬ ing, the N.A. hockey fu¬ ture looks very promising. Captain Bill Noone, Coach Fitzgerald knights KNIGHTS KNIGHTS knights jtN ' GHTS KNIGHTS Xf lCHTS First Row: Danny Toole, Richard McCarthy, Mark Esposito, Joe Beninato, Mike Driscoll, Bobby Donahue, Gary Starr. Second Row: Peter Caron, Marty Early, Matt Caruso, John Zahoruiko, Mike Cavallaro, Mike Torissi. Third Row: Coach FitzGerald, Tom i64 Catalano, Bill McMahon, Mike Dobrowolski, David Diminico, Fran Murphy, John Doherty, Bill Noone, Bob Ceplikas, Dan Noone, Stu Miller. Fran Murphy, Bob Ceplikas, Gary Starr, Joe Beninato Matty Caruso, Bob Ceplikas, Bill McMahon 165 Trackmen Run Well! Coach Crozier and Coach Roche had a number of returning lettermen on this year ' s track team. Led by co-captains Tim Roberts and Dave Campagna, the team did well in their Cape Ann League meets. Outstanding performances were given by David Garifoli (dash), Paul Manzi (triple jump), Phil Taylor and joe Terranova (distance events), Tom Donovan (javelin), Tim Roberts (weight events), and Dave Campagna (pole vault.) Charlie Polizotti David Garofoli David Campagna First Row: Curt Wilson, Charlie Polizotti, Tony Fontaine, Mike Taylor, Bill Driscoll, John Wolfenden, Jeff Heinze, Mike Driscoll. Second Row: Al Torissi, Buddy Murphy, Dave Puopolo, Jim Roach, Doug Bates, Tim Roberts, Paul Manzi, David Campagna, Joe Scire. Third Row: Coach Crozier, T. Furnari, Lief Korb, Phil Taylor, Mike Chory, Joe Terranova, Frank Terranova, Kevin Thompson, Mike Stewart, Tom Don¬ ovan, John Me Manus, David Garofoli, Norman Farr, Coach Roche. 166 Veteran Players Lead Team! The new baseball diamond at NAHS will be covered with veteran players this season, as the entire pitching staff led by Rick Redman, Kevin Smith, and Brian Smith will be returning along with last year ' s leading hitter and short-stop. Bill Noone. Joining the veterans will be new comers from last year ' s junior varsity and freshman teams. All in all Coach Stobel expects to field a team that will have a good shot at the league title. Frank Cunningham Rick Redman 168 f rst Row: Kevin Smith, John Doherty, Frank Cunningham, Bill Noone, Jim Zahoruiko, Rick Redman. Second Row: Steve Juba, Brian Smith, Mike Heafey, Fran Murphy, Rich Connors, Greg Edwards. Steve Juba 169 Three Strikes and You’re Out! The softball team made a strong showing this season with many players returning from last year. Co-captains Noreen Mc¬ Guire and Janice Ventura were great leaders on the field and together with the rest of the team, made every game a tough battle. Outstanding players were Debbie Diminico, Donna Far¬ row, and Mary Ellen Carney. Donna Farrow Noreen McGuire first Row: Mary Ellen Carney, Linda Gioia, Noreen McGuire, Margie McEvoy, Camille Miragliotta, Carlene Wilson, Coach Pamp. Second Row: Andrea Knight, Kathy Taylor, Kathy Quintal, Bunny Con¬ nors, Gerry Roberts, Karen McCarthy, Nancy Breen. Third Row: Judy Haggerty, Susan Demers, Sharon Greenleaf, Debbie DiMinico, Donna Farrow, Janice Ventura. 170 Girls Clear Hurdles! Barbara Higgins Maggie Leland Mary Trombly The girls ' track team is consid¬ ered a varsity sport this year at N.A.H.S Mrs. Bavendam served as coach and Mary Trombly and Maura O ' Connor were the co¬ captains. A group of 33 girls came to try out for the sport and prac¬ ticed five afternoons a week. The coach and members of the Boy ' s Track aided the girls with sugges¬ tions for exercises and hurdling. The team entered varsity compe¬ tition with six other girls track teams and raced in league meets. First Row: Kim Rheume, Priscella Brown, Maggie Leland, Paula Marshall, Nancy Roy, Jean Medolo, Diane Romano, Gina Laud an i. Second Row: jenny Jordon, Maura O ' Connor, Mary Trom¬ bly, Beth Long, Donna Demers, Lisa Gioseffi, Barbara Plant, Nancy Bar- tolata, Cheryl House, El¬ len Trombly. Third Row: Ann Quintal, Cheryl Pear¬ son, lane Quintal, Becky Slade, Cathy Lewis, Deb¬ bie Leach, Barbara Hig¬ gins, Mary Beth Boyd, Susan Rand, Mary Jo De- yermand, Mary Beth Hayes, Louise Nigrelii, Coach Trombly Harriers Run Well! Eric Nickerson Kevin Thompson The Cross-Country team had a good season this fall under the coaching of Mr. O ' Neill. Although the record itself does not indicate significant im¬ provement, the team ran well against most of their competi¬ tors. Captain Dick Licare and Donald Zorn, both juniors, consistently placed first or sec¬ ond for the team. With a ma¬ jority of the team returning next year, the Knights should be in running for the league title. 1 lij ML- ' ' ' 3 First Row: Eric Nickerson, Joe Minihan, Dick Licare, Doug Bates, Kevin Thompson, Paul Sybert. Second Row: Coach O ' Neill, Paul Gallenstein, Tony Fontaine, Don Zorn, Bobba Redman, Charlie Poligotti. 172 I 1 I John Kennedy I t Team Tees Off! This year ' s golf team is looking forward to a fine season. Inspired by the coaching of Mr. Buco and the leadership of co-captains Jim Sullivan and John Kennedy, the team is a serious threat to the Cape Ann League teams. Other members of the team include: Vincent Vafiades, Scott Kingsley, Rich McCarthy, Dave Rokes, Brian Lawlor, Barry Noble, Barry Sullivan, and Dave Detora. Scott Kingsley Jim Sullivan 173 THE CLASS OF 1974 ASKS OUR SUBSCRIBERS TO PLEASE SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS COMPLIMENTS OF Helfrich Bros. Boiler Works, Inc. 39 MERRIMACK STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. QUINTAL FURNITURE, INC. 279 Broadway Lawrence, Mass. 682-6642 “A Shop for the Horse and Rider” The Equestrian Shop Inc. 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