North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA)

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" oeo S99 Experience is the interplay of forces both transient and enduring ai' ol' 7. 'fl As stimulators of discussion, teachers often make the difference between apathy and initiative. 9 Nga' -f -M l 3 1,-, ,. ,-,,.,....'-f- 1 N ,. M. ' a l, fn' I. Yg tml: 1 V , 1 N . A2-. af" w .. "' '3 ' an, . ""-A , --'aim -Q1-5' 9 " 4am ' 4 ", , 5 3. qv-' A 1 - .794 ' 4 - o c A' '. ' u 1 f , , . " ,i .,, 4 4 ' ,. V , . . . '. Y- 'f""..".I.'v- -nc Study-the painful circumstance of discovery Achievement-the goal of effort and the compensation for sacrifice 4 2.1 1, I, ,I ' ..,v,,,w V A -Ui.: 'V .'..-k"5 fix .1 .'R'-Y' " QA. .r L' xx, X X63 4 54 The exhilaration around us is a frenzied mixture of joy and anticipation 14 WM Q r Comradeship is the thread New 9'9"- an sf .' N 1 ' are- V, , jutvf A. ,' in , .l:,vy.. Si? -" 5. J,-A .. ' -of which binds whimsical and day-to-day encounters 1 19 uf'- A social event is a gathering of enchanting illusions C I' fd If-Q xii 2 QI, 'gb 0 "'- f eff: QM 1 -101.35 f'.ho Y' CT' Qg .gy I, af. - 'Q " T ' VE.-'bf' IA ' 1' 5 iv 535.35 W YN wp Q1 1 1 S I' A f'f,.,,1g: CO NTE NTS FOREWORD 5 FACULTY 23 SENIORS 39 ACTIVITIES 81 EDITORIAL STAFF EDITORS-IN-CHIEF ELISABETH VODOLA FRANK YEOMANS LITERARY EDITOR KAREN BITA LAYOUT EDITOR JULIE JOHNSTON SPORTS CLOSING SPONSORS INDEX BUSINESS MANAGER CHRISTINE CURTIN ARTIST ALICIA WALLQUIST PHOTO CREDITS THOMAS MULLEN KATHLEEN SWEENEY I FACULTY ADVISOR MISS MARY HARDING WF' O li ei 25,12 X l. Y V Z NIR. JOHN W. WALSH PRINCIPAL Coordinating the desires and activities of both faculty and stu- dents, Mr. Walsh has worked hard to bring plans to reality. Not only as administrator, but also as counselor and promoter, he has inspired sportsmanship and pride in the individual and in the stu- dent body as a whole. Thus he has made our years at North more than a rigid training period, creating an atmosphere of mutual respect and sincere exchange. We are grateful that our principal has helped to create a mean- ingful learning and maturing experience. ' ADMINISTRATION I a ' I I I 5 . I g "'1"! M r. Robert Pruitt, Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Martin Casey, Assistant Principal. if Mr. Roy Merritt, Assistant Principal. 7C i ln studying the literary achieve- ments of the past, we have gained an insight into Man's perpetual struggle for awareness and his attempts to ENGLISH Seated: Mrs. Anita Buchanan: Miss Joan Wicksted: Mr. John Hofferty, Dept. Head: Miss Rachel Christian- son: Mrs. Judith Mahlbergg Mr. John Young. Stand- ing: Mrs. Marie Banksg Miss Rose Enos: Miss Eliza- beth Zentmyerg Mr. David Meaneyg Mr. Paul Carling Miss Margaret Horny Mrs. Sharon Breadyg Mrs. Bar- bara Simpson. Missing from picture: Miss Gordene Everett, Mr. Thomas Murphy. define his existence in a meaningful way. We have analyzed the structure of the language in order to discover its most effective use and to relate our knowledge of its subtleties to an un- derstanding of the conceptual expres- sions of Western literature. f pl' .qm- Dept. Head Mr. Hofferty confers with Miss Horn. Mrs. Simpson. 3 Mr. Alfredo Peterson, Spanish, Mr. Arthur Tanguay, French, Miss Louise Fifield, Latin, Miss Ruth Meisner, Dept. Head, German, Mr. Peter DeVore, German, French, Mrs. Lucy Medaglia, French, Mrs. Prudence Alfaro, Spanish, Mrs. Andree Caro, French, Spanish. FOREIGN LANGUAGES Through our study of foreign languages we have discovered modes of thought and expression nonexistent in our own culture. A comprehension of the tenets of written and verbal communica- tion has allowed us to view Man in his different ethnic surround- ings and has led us to value a free exchange among the peoples of the world. and if Virgil were alive today. . . " gp: 10 9...8...7.. -:"f l AV"+ .L i Wi Miss Meisner, Dept. Head. Seated: Miss Dolores Tormey, U.S. History, Modern European History: Mr. Charles Forester, Prob. of Democracy: Mr. Herman Noyes, Dept. Head, U.S. History: Miss Margaret Locke, Prob. of Democracy, World Civ.: Mr. Alan Duckworth, World Civ. Standing: Mr. Brendan Ridge, Prob. of Democracy: Mr. Paul Stanton, Prob. of Democracy: Mr. John Donahue, U.S. History, Modern European History: Mr. Lloyd Hill, World Civ., Civics: Mr. Norman MacWilliam, U.S. History: Mr. Michael Hurley, Prob. of Democracy, Civics: Mr. Anthony Penna, World Civ., Civics: Mr. Leonard Miceli, Civics. Missing from picture: Mr. Robert Gentry, World Civ., Civics: Mrs. Michael Moskowitz, U.S. History, Civics: Miss Elizabeth Savage, World Civ., Geog- raphy. 1 ,f -5 rs' b Mr. Forester looks to the left. ln our Social Studies courses we have studied Man in his role as both maker and product of history. We have investigated the complex interrelationships of human society as they exist in our own country and in the other nations of the world. ln dissecting the foundations of the contemporary social order and in defining its problems, we have developed a sensitivity to the forces of change which will determine the direction of the future. SOCIAL STUDIES I i I 1 f - ' Mr. Noyes, Dept. Head. Miss Tormey discusses eighteenth century power politics. Miss Horrigan, Dept. Head. MATHEMATICS We have studied mathematics as the symbolic representation of the logical relationships of the universe. Our attention has been focused upon the orderly and rational sifting of proven facts in the pursuit of specific truths. We have learned to ques- tion the validity of many statements by seeking their derivation in terms of our own knowledge, and have, in this way, strengthened our powers of judgment and expanded our capacity for logical thought. 14 'C' N , . Mrs. Black demonstrates an Algebra ll problem wgrwnvm,,w,MumwywwvmMm-wwvmuad Vt X Seated: Mrs. Barbara Krabek, Coll. Math 1 and 2, Math 2 and 33 Mrs Ruth Black Coll Math 2 and 3 Prac. Math 13 Miss Katherine Horrigan, Dept. Head, Mr. Carl Leone Coll Math 3 and 4 Calculus M Coll. Math 45 Mrs. Margaret King, Coll. Math 1, 2 and Murray Roberts General Math Mr Charles Bail 3. Standing: Mr. Thaddeus Sadowski, Coll. Math 1: largeon, Prac. Math 1 and 2 Coll Math 1 Missing Mr. David Hourin, Coll. Math 1 and 25 Mr. Gerald from picture: Mr Philip Ryan Project Able Lyons, Coll. Math 1 and 35 Mr. Edmund King, Coll. Seated: Miss Marjorie Bollen, Biology, General Science, Miss Katherine Townsend, Biol- ogy, Miss Mary Harding, Coll. Chemistry, General Science, Mrs. Hope Jahn, Biology. Standing: Mr. Richard Russell, General Science, Mr. Thaddeus Sadowski, Physics, Mr. Roy Sinclair, General Chemistry, General Physics, Aeronautics, Miss Wilma Schields, Dept. Head, Biology, Mr. Roland Small, Coll. Chemistry, Mr. Alfred Cavvthorne, Biology, Mr. Charles Waugh, Coll. Chemistry. Missing from picture: Miss Ann Santacross, General Science. 4, 4:1 SCIENCE ln our science courses we have endeavored to discover the interrelationships between matter and energy and to relate the theoretical and experimental aspects of science to such practical applications as natural conservation and medicine. These experiences in science have encouraged. in all students. a respect for the relationship between Man and the universe. " . . . and head for the nearest exit." 'ftfef' g Miss Schields, Dept. Head. FINE ARTS x., 4, x '1".+. .'-rv . :gtg '7iA'1 'J' 4-A If I. .Y J lx 'Yay .tl-. ,1 i .. -gtg' 1 i ."?. Miss Stowe, Librarian. ,- -,,.f--r Q.. k .,,- fi Mrs. Paulson. 95... The extensive resources of our library and the competent guidance of its staff have enabled us to use effectively the intellectual achievements of the past as a groundwork for the formulation of our own ideas. T' ' Killah'- Mrs. DeCilio. We have studied Art and Music as forms of ex- pression which extend from the inherent human need for esthetic satisfaction. Our study has made us appreciative of natural and man-made works of beauty and has shown us ways in which to cultivate our own creative gifts. Seated: Miss Florence Stowe, Library: Miss Joanne Wilcin, Art. Standing: Mr. Carl Leone, Music: Mr. Robert Charron, Art. Missing from picture: Mr. Francis Rull, Instrumental Instruction. PRACTICAL ARTS Industrial Arts courses have developed in us an appreciation for good design and professional workmanship. Our experiences in Driver Education classes have provided some of the skills we will need in becoming mature and responsi- ble adults. Edgar Phillips, Industrial Artsp Arthur Burgess, Driver Education, Paul Hlogan, General Shop: Edward Harrington, Technical Drawing. Missing from picture: Robert Laing, General Shop, Industrial Arts. "We thought we'd all get together and build a house, Mr Laing." ,n I 1' Q! BUSINESS EDUCATIGN Mrs. Morse, Dept. Head, offers advice. The training we have received in our commercial courses has prepared us for positions in the highly competitive world of modern business. Learning the most up-to-date skills and procedures, we have de- veloped a respect for perfection and the sensitivity to detail so vital to effective management. Seated: Mr. Joseph Cunniff, Bookkeeping, Typewritingg Mrs. Mary Conlin, Salesmanship, Business Law, Economics: Mrs. Winifred Tikkanen, Clerical Office Practice, Typewritingg Mr. Charles Bunker, General Business, Salesmanship, Typewriting. Standing: Mrs. Juli- anne Morse, Dept. Head, Office Machines Operation, Stenographic Office Practice: Mr. Graton Howland, Business Math: Mrs. Rena MacBride, Bookkeeping, Typewritingg Miss Marie Youngerman, Stenography, Typewriting. Missing from picture: Miss Winifred Stew- art, Business Math, Typewritingg Miss Sara Tolchinsky, Stenography, Typewriting. Those compound interest problems are no joke, Mr. How- land. I Nr A N., N ft.. 1 3 ' A Miss Stewart casts an approv W . ing eye. It Should I turn this, Miss Hayes?" 5 l i .3 'l ? Y .gg 8 if i .AQ Seated: Mrs. Margaret Mahoney, Clothing and Textiles. Standing: Miss Mary Hayes, Homemaking, Clothing and Textilesg Mrs. Barbara Champney, Homemakingp Mrs. Alice McLaughlin, Dietetics, Food and Nutrition, Homemaking. Mm Y 1 HOME ECONOMICS Courses in Home Economics have made us discriminating consumers and efficient man- agers. A knowledge of nutrition and the basics of clothing construction will prove invaluable to us in professional or domestic life. OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM l if Math, Social Studies. il' 1 NI rs. McAuliffe. The Special Education program has furnished op- portunities for close personal guidance within the framework of meaningful work experience. Integrat- ing classroom and vocational training, it has suc- cessfully prepared its students for secure occupa- tional positions. READING The development of a broad conceptual back- ground and of differential reading skills has been the goal of lVlrs. Dolloff's classes. Working on an individual basis, students learned to coordinate technique with purpose in the reading of diverse types of literature. Eli Mrs. Priscilla Dolloffz Reading. Mrs. Dorothy McAuliffe, English, Homemaking, Math: Mr. Gerald Ridge, Occupational Program Chairman, Teacher-Counselor: Mr. Robert Nolan, GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING Mr- SavifSKy- The knowledge and advice of our counselors have i helped us to make decisions in times of uncertainty. The Guidance Department staff have concerned School Psychologist. themselves with our personal difficulties and ambi' tions and have thus influenced our vocational pref- erences and our plans for future education. Mr. Charles Munson, Miss Welch, Dept. Head, presiding at National Honor Society tea table. 'Sl uf' Varf- Q " Ad Seated: Miss Caroline Welch, Dept. Head. Standing: Mrs. Dale Salm, Miss Agnes .I I . 1 I! P 1 iw ,. Q Berry, Mr. John Murphy, Mr. Albert Savitsky. Missing from picture: Miss Marjorie 1 J' I f , e J ' 'go' .i Currier. - Q " . 'ws 'I f, 1 XV , ' -vi-I ' if!--,, H EALTH AND PHYSICAL "lt's skill, not size, girls." The relationship between a well-trained body and a disciplined mind has been impressed upon us by our nurse and our physical education instructors. Through group participation and individualized work, we have acquired sportsmanship and a knowl- edge of physical conditioning which will help us to keep fit in the future. EDUCATION 'lf PWM A Seated: Miss Alice Gray, Nurse: Miss Mary O'Connor, Physical Education. Standing: Mr. Earl Vermillion, Physical Education: Miss Katherine McCoy, Physical Education: Mr George Golding, Physical Education. - 14- .::1.-- ,T I. f.:g . 'q 'v fl o a 0 n'a 1 A 1 if an v-'zo' on ,av-v ,ra . .a'.o ,Q , 4'-14: 4 a , ,, H a. Q:-M0 'Q ',o0 ,Q o,'v 4' -a",: 'fr ',V'c "vi O 4 1, 4 R , I. 4. if 1.4 oe Mrs. Barba checks on student records. N... L nl U g a ...., ..,.,,...4 , N, I ul Seated: Miss Esther Morrison. Standing: Mrs. Rita Mr. Walsh and his secretary, Miss Morrison, M H I B b savor a bit of humor. rs' e ene ar a' , 'xii 'X Burke, Mrs. Naomi Harding. Missing from picture: OFFICE STAFF Managing the administrative affairs of a high school as large as North often presents seemingly insurmountable problems. Yet the skillful and effi- cient'work of our office staff has made such difficul- ties fade into daily routine, thus assuring the con- tinued effectiveness of our administration. Mrs. Katherine Smith: Mrs. Katherine Chase: Mrs. Christine Haight: Mrs. Florence Reyenger Manager: Mrs. Mary Pettinelli: Mrs. Helen Golden. Missing from picture: Mrs. Margaret Har rington: Mrs. Dorothy McGuire: Mrs. Mildred Meldon. The women who staff our kitchen and cafeteria have worked unfailingly at the preparation and serving of nutritious and ap- petizing food. Their efforts have made lunch at North a well- organized and pleasant experience. CAFETERIA STAFF " . . .fire burn and caldron bubble." CUSTODIAL STAFF One cannot pass through the corridors, rooms, or offices at North without being impressed by their orderly appearance. Our custodians are indeed deserving of their reputation as effective and congenial members of the staff, always willing to sacrifice their spare time for our extra- curricular activities. Seated: Mrs. Marion Enos: Mr. Henry Dillon, Head Custo- dian: Mrs. Edna Leone. Standing: Mr. James Faulkner: Mr. Francis Grondin: Mr. John Eaton: Mr. James Grappi: Mr. Charles Murphy. .ff 'MQW QSM awk I5 we JW THE ROAD NOT TAKEN Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry l could not travel both And be one traveler, long l stood And looked down one as far as l could To where it bent in undergrowthg Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear Through as for that the passing there Had worn them just about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, l doubted if l should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Some where ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- l took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost 09593 .35 A sei -fy '1 51 ls PAUL ABBOTT RICHARD ADAMS ALBERT AGRESTI PETER AITCHISON PAUL J. ABBOTI' Science Fair 1, 2. RICHARD P. ADAMS SUSAN D. ADAMS Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3, V.P. 23 Prom Comm. 25 H.R. Rep. 3. 30 Amesbury Street 108 Vassall Street 47 Airport Road ALBERT A. AGRESTI French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 33 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Pres. 3: Debating 15 Drama Workshop 2, 37 Key Club 23 Science Fair 23 Honors 1, 2. PETER J. AITCHISON 6 Hatherly Road 24 Chermside Street, Deakin, A.C.T., Australia 33 Bay State Road EXCHANGE STU DENT ,,,,QgQ 3 I SUSAN ADAMS Band 35 Drama Workshop 3: Key Club 33 Concert Choir 33 Winter Track 3: Tennis 3. ROSS S. AJEMIAN Football 1, 2, 3. RICHARD S. ALLISON DONNA J. ANDREWS Nurses' Career Club 1, 2. JOHN N. ARDINI Prom Usher 25 Graduation Usher 2, Spirit Comm. 35 Star Sports Ed. 33 Manet 3. CHRISTOPHER E. ARONNE 55 Puritan Drive 133 Bromfield Street 83 Colby Road 43 Sagamore Avenue Prom Comm. 3: North 17 Shirley Street ROSS AJEMIAN RICHARD ALLISON DONNA ANDREWS JOHN ARDINI CHRISTOPHER ARONNE CHERYL A. AYER 120 Marlboro Street PETER F. BADGER 273 Farrington Street Key Club 35 North Star 35 Manet 35 Basketball 1. DEBORAH J. BAKER 242 Safford Street Cheerleader 35 French Hon. Soc. 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 North Star 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Manet 35 Honors 1, 2. NATALIE C. BARBADORO 170 Harvard Street Science Club 1, 2, 35 Debating 15 Drama Workshop 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2. MARGUERITE BARONE 74 Hamden Circle Debating 1, 25 Drama Workshop 2, 3, Sec. 35 Dance Comm. 2, 3. CH ERYL AYER REGINA P. BARRETT 20 Porter Lane Art Club 35 Honors 1. BRENDA K. BARRY A 43 Andrews Road Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Head 35 Student Council 2, 35 Dance Comm. 2, 35 North Star 25 Spirit Comm. 35 Guidance Receptionist 35 Graduation Usher 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Science Fair 1, 25 Honors 1. RICHARD T. BARRY 62 Clement Terrace Hockey 1, 2, 35 Prom Usher 25 Baseball 1, 35 Graduation Usher 25 Spirit Comm. 3. JOANNE M. BARTOLONI 73 Faxon Road PETER BADGER DEBORAH BAKER NATALIE BARBADORO MARGUERITE BARONE REGINA BARRETT BRENDA BARRY RICHARD BARRY JOANNE BARTOLONI F :Liv f NANCY BERTOLON KAREN BITA NANCY M. BERTOLON 96 Connell Street Tri-Hi-Y 2. KAREN A. BITA 7 Holmes Street Debating 2, 33 Drama Workshop 33 French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Sec. 33 Great Books 2, 33 Guidance Receptionist 13 North Star 13 Manet Literary Ed. 33 Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Honors 2. LORRAINE D. BLACK 53 Ferndale Road FRANK C. BOMBA 266 No. Central Avenue French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 2. REGINA BONFANTI 317 Belmont Street JOSEPH F. BOUDREAU 67 Faxon Road iyfiyl,-Pla N. V 'Qt 10 JOSEPH BOUDREAU DAVID BREAN LORRAINE BLACK FRANK BOMBA REGINA BON FANTI Gym Team 1, 33 Hockey 13 Wrestling Champ. 2. DAVID T. BREAN 61 Ferndale Road Football 13 Baseball 13 Basketball 1. JOHN B. BREEN 242 Wilson Avenue PAUL V. BRENNAN French Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Pres. 33 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 23 Science Fair 23 Dance Comm. 33 Key Club 3. PHILLIP J. BRESLIN SUSAN J. BRETAGNE Bowling 2, 3, Sec. 33 Manet 33 Dance Comm. 2, 33 Prom Comm. 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Nurses' Receptionist 3. 251 Belmont Street 869 E. Squantum Street 100 Botolph Street JOHN BREEN PAUL BRENNAN Pi-iiLLiP aREsLiN W X i SUSAN BRETAGNE Y 41 BARRY F. BROSNAN 23 Marlboro Street Baseball 13 Football 13 Hockey 1, 2. BERNARD L. BROWN 1015 Furnace Brook Pkwy. Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Treas. 35 Rifle Club 2, 35 Track 13 North Star 33 Key Club 33 Honors lg High Honors 2. ig .1 BARRY BROSNAN NANCY L. BULMAN Receptionist 3. EDWARD M. BUONAMANO Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA J. BURKE Drama Workshop lp Basketball 1. MARY J. BURKE u ' R Art Club 2, Dance Comm. 27 Guidance PAUL A. BURKE Rifle Club 25 Soccer 1. FREDERICK E. BRUNE 67 Sachem Street Winter Track 1, 2, 35 Spring Track 1, 2, 3. NAN J. BRUSTIN 1025 Furnace Brook Pkwy. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Dance Comm. 2, 3, Prom Comm. 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 3. JAMES E. BRYAN 12 Willow Avenue Basketball 1. 'Z' FREDERICK BRUNE eceptionist 2: Gi BERNARD BROWN 76 Watkins Street 228 Elliot Avenue 56 So. Central Avenue 24 Webster Street rls' Club Aux. Bd. 3. 27 Willow Avenue NAN BRUSTIN JAMES BRYAN NANCY BULMAN EDWARD BUONAMANO 42 LINDA BURKE MARY BURKE PAUL BURKE WWII .IQ 15 , Z ...--,Q STEPHEN BURKE SANDRA BYK GERALD CAHILL STEPHEN CAHILL DANIEL CALLAHAN STEPHEN P. BURKE Math Club 1: Science Fair 2, Rifle Club 35 Honors 2. 160 Huckins Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Guidance Receptionist 35 Basketball 1, 2: Dance Comm. 3. SANDRA E. BYK GERALD J. CAHILL 45 Holyoke Track 1, 2, Gym Team 13 Football lg Cross Country 2. STEPHEN A. CAHILL 480 Beale Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 33 H.R. Rep. 1, 2. DANIEL D. CALLAHAN 9 Calumet PAMELA F. CALVERT 15 Harbor View Art Club 3: Volleyball 2, 33 Prom Comm. 3, Science Fair 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1 Comm. 3. PAMELA CALVERT 26 Webster Street Street Street Street Street Spirit JOAN E. CAMERON 36 Division Street Basketball 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. FRANCIS M. CAMMARATA 242 Elmwood Avenue H.R. Rep. 33 Rifle Club 1, 2, Track 1, 2. DORIS CAPPOLA 250 Eliot Avenue Student Council 1, 2: Prom Usher 2, 3, Dance Comm. 2, 35 Cheerleader 3: Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 33 Nurses' Career Club 35 Manet Show 1: North Star 2, 3: Manet 3, Volleyball 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Graduation Usher 2: Guidance Recep- tionist 1, 3. CATHERINE A. CARR 116 Taylor Street French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 33 German Hon. Soc. 2, 35 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Bowling 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 33 Glee Club 2: Concert Choir 3. JOAN CAMERON FRANCIS CAMMARATA DORIS CAPPOLA CATHERINE CARR 1- A rx KATH LEEN CASH MAN 0? 9'-' JOHN CATALANO FLORENCE CATHCART JILL CA'I'I'ANACH GEORGIA CHAGGARIS SCOTT CHANDLER FREDERICK CHETWYND NANCY CHUTE KATH LEEN A. CASH MAN JOHN A. CATALANO Football 1, 2. 20 Morley Road 86 Myopia Road FLORENCE R. CATHCART Glee Club 1, 3: Guidance Receptionist 2. 10 Willow Avenue 45 Simms Road Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: Glee Club 1: French Hon. Soc. 2, 3, V.P. 3: H.R. Rep. 1: Spirit Comm. 3: Prom Comm. 2: Honors 1. JILL CA'lTANACH Glee Club 1: Basketball 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Concert Choir 3: GEORGIA CHAGGARIS 52 Tyler Street Manet 3: Girls' Club Aux. Bd. 3: Dance Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Guidance Receptionist 3: Drama Workshop 2: Honors 1. 44 SCOTT J. CHANDLER 277 Harvard Street Baseball 1, 2, 3: Soccer 3: Bowling 1: Science Fair 2: Honors 1, 2. FREDERICK L. CHETWYND 38 Glover Avenue Concert Choir 1, 2: Manet Show 1. NANCY J. CHUTE 130 Old Colony Avenue Majorette 2, 3: Drama Workshop 2, 3, V.P. 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Dance Comm. 3: Prom Comm. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Manet 3. SUSAN M. CIARFELLA 162 No. Central Avenue Majorette 1, 2, 3: French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Science Fair 1: Manet Show 2: Debating 2: Dance Comm. 2, 3: Prom Comm. 2: Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3: Manet 3. JOHN H. CLANCY 133 Prospect Avenue Concert Choir 2, 3. SUSAN CIARFELLA JOHN CLANCY , PAMELA CLARK SUSAN CLEWS MICHAEL CLOONEY FREDERICK COBBAN WILLIAM COCHRAN PAMELA K. CLARK SUSAN E. CLEWS MICHAEL J. CLOONEY 60 Farrington Street 163 Norfolk Street 41 Marion Street 105 Faxon Road FREDERICK J. COBBAN Baseball 1, 2, 3, Dance Comm. 2, Football 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Prom Comm. 2, 33 Prom Usher 1, 23 Spirit Comm. 3. WILLIAM F. COCHRAN Baseball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, 2. JEAN M. CONLEY 32 Huckins Avenue 57 Division Street S Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. FRANCES M. CONNELL 100 Thornton Street Dance Comm. 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3: Manet Show 1. 2. 35 Prom Comm. 2, Receptionist 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Manet 3. GERALD J. CONNOLLY 170 Fayette Street Baseball 1, 2, 3, H.R. Rep. 1, 2. MARY-CLAIRE CONNOLLY Drama Workshop 1, 23 Basketball 1. WILLIAM J. CORNWELL Art Club 1, 25 Basketball 3: Bowling 1, 2: H.R. Rep. 1. 10 Moscow Street 40 Cummings Avenue TM, JEAN CONLEY FRANCES CONNELL GERALD CONNOLLY MARY-CLAIRE CONNOLLY WILLIAM CORNWELL 1' I . W r A I 'Y . 'F if r . 7 X I r 0 W Q P-1 I Iwi- 3931 DONNA COX JOHN CRANDALL CARY CREHAN ESTHER CROFI' DONNA J. COX 18 Appleton Street Dance Comm. 25 Drama Workshop 15 Basketball 1, 25 Bowling 15 Majorette 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1. JOHN M. CRANDALL 112 Brook Street CARY J. CREHAN 154 Taylor Street ESTHER A. CROFI' 184 Fayette Street Dance Comm. 25 Girls' Club Pres. 35 Graduation Usher 25 H.R. Rep. 2, 35 Manet Show 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 25 Prom Comm. 25 Prom Usher 1, 25 Recep- tionist 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Student Council 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. ROBERT A. CROOKS 100 Brook Street JUDITH A. CROSS 74 Albion Road Concert Choir Treas. 35 French Hon. Soc. 15 Bowling 15 Manet Show 2, 35 I.. Intl: ROBERT cRooKs JUDITH cRoss Spirit Comm. 3. DANIEL J. CROWLEY 3 Flagg Street DONALD B. CURRY 46 Crabtree Road Key Club 35 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Marine Science 15 Science Club 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2. CHRISTINE M. CURTIN . 378 Belmont Street Basketball 1, 25 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Manet Business Manager 35 Math Club 35 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3. BARBARA A. CUSCIANNA 619 Morrissey Blvd. Art Club 35 Class Day Comm. 35 Dance Comm. 35 Basketball 1, 35 Bowling 35 Latin Hon. Soc. 15 Math Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 3. WILLIAM G-. DAHLGREN 177 Highland Avenue ,nap 'sd DANIEL CROWLEY DONALD CURRY CHRISTINE CURTIN BARBARA CUSCIANNA WILLIAM DAHLGREN Hp' ALICE DAMON FRANK DAMON PAUL DARCY PETER DAY LARRY DeFELICE CAROL DeFRANCO MARY DSI-OI-LIS ALICE M. DAMON 11 Orchard Street Basketball 1, 2, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Pres. 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Manet 3, Nurses' Career Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. FRANK C. DAMON 11 Orchard Street Cross Country 3, Rifle Club 2, Track 2, 3. PAUL M. DARCY 14 Tirrell Street ,IOHN W. DAVIS 65 Walnut Street PE'l'ER J. DAY 191 Newbury Avenue Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, V.P. 2, Track 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM DESMON D LARRY G. DeFELICE Dance Comm. 23 Russian 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3. CAROL A. DeFRANCO Drama Workshop 23 Basketball 13 Tri-Hi-Y 2. DONNA DESHLER 90 Carlisle Street 52 Holbrook Road MARY L. DeLOLLIS 129 E. Squantum Street DONNA M. DESHLER Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM F. DESMON D Baseball 15 Golf 29 Key Club 13 Rifle Club 1, 2: Tennis 1. 28 Eustis Street 11 Aberdeen Road GAIL DEVANEY MARY DiLILLO GAIL A. DEVANEY 33 Mullen Avenue MARJARITA M. DOHERTY 117 Greene Street Art Club 13 Drama Workshop 2, 3, V.P. 3. Class Day Comm. 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Club V.P. 35 Volleyball 3: Latin . Hon. Soc. 15 Manet Show 1, 2, 35 Math Club 17 Receptionist 1, 2, 35 Spanish MARY D- D'L"-L0 99 Kemper Street Hon. soo. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 High Honors 1, 2. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH A. DiLOREl'O 33 Oval Road EVERE1'l' C. DOLPHIN 64 Walnut Street k h 3, N ' ' CI b 2. mama WO' S Op mes Came' 'J PAUL M. ooNAHuE 82 Crabtree Road WILLIAM J. DiPAULO 77 Cedar Street Basketball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 35 Spirit Comm. Football 1, 2, 3. 3. DONNA M. DOHERTY 127 Wilson Avenue JOSEPH DONISI 125 Waterston Avenue Cheerleader 2, Concert Choir 2, 3: Manet Show 1, 2, Spirit Comm. 3. JOHN DOHERTY 25 Pratt Road DENNIS DONOVAN 28 Gordon Street Track 1, 25 Key Club 1, 2, Gym Team 2, 3. ELIZABETH DILORETO WILLIAM DIPAULO 8 Baseball 15 Gym Team 2. A . DONNA DOHERTY JOHN DOHERTY MARJARITA DOHERTY lv EVERETT DOLPHIN PAUL DONAHUE DENNIS DONOVAN GERALMNE DONOVAN GEORGE DOREN SUSAN DUCA Football 1, 2, 35 H.R. Rep. 2. CAROLYN DUTCZAK Drama Workshop 2. DIANE M. DUTCZAK GERALDINE DONOVAN 104 Glover Avenue Great Books 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, 39 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Pres. 2, French Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Basketball 1, 33 Volleyball 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Receptionist 23 Office Worker 3. . ff d S t gsggggmcl DOREN 85 Sa or tree Drama Workshop 25 Guidance Receptionist 3. susAN I.. pucA 36 Hollis Avenue i?tHC'f yi, DY? Library Staff 3, Office Worker 3, Ar't,Club 3, Dance comm. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. U 'es' ' susAN M. DUFFY 81 Granger Street fTEt'LHE"1 EATQQ 3' H ' Bowling 13 Nurses' Career Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Dance Comm. 3. oo a ' ' rac ' ' 'R' Rep' 1' Key Club 3' GEORGE P. DuGUAY 37 Walnut Street KAREN N- ELKINGTON CAROLYN DUTCZAK NANE DUTCZAK JOHN DYKE STEPHEN EATON KAREN EUGNGTON --40 SUSAN DUFFY GEORGE DuGUAY 173 Safford Street 173 Safford Street 465 Beale Street 41 Campbell Street 39 Newbury Avenue , yt t wp- .X . ., . ,151--wr., ,nvwx sv-ma. '-ff - :f .. ,. ,. . W . tv1??34z'tSffr-A-+34-'R Q , 1- ' i' ' ' - f '.,,..ff..,q- vs- Q F9-112:- '.. X ' 1 ' -is g!5T,X,3,X,,,,.,, .. . .. W .N ,i Q I. 5.35 1. , K' JOSEPH ELLIS LINDA FAITELSON 3,3 JEAN FEELEY JOSEPH D. ELLIS 17 Winslow Road LINDA J. FAITELSON MARIA H. FALCIANI Dance Comm. 2: Prom Comm. 2. 43 Channing Street 970 Furnace Brook Pkwy. JEAN M. FEELEY 213 Beach Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Nurses' Career Club 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Receptionist 3, Guidance Receptionist 3. TOBY E. FELTON 575 Morrissey Blvd. Class Sec. 2, 3: Student Council 1: Receptionist 2, 3, French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 31 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Dance Comm. Chairman 2, 3, Spirit Comm. 3: Prom Comm. 33 Class Day Comm. 3. 1 I. . MARIA FALCIANI TOBY FELTON DEBORAH FENCER MARY FERGUSON PETER FICK DEBORAH H. FENCER 23 Estabrook Road Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 25 French Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3: Basketball 13 Volleyball 35 Dance Comm. 2: Library Staff 1, 2, 3, V.P. 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Great Books 2, Office Worker 3. MARY E. FERGUSON 207 Newport Avenue Art Club 1, 2, 3. PETER E. FICK 19 Eddie Street MARYELLEN FITZGERALD 52 Russell Street Dance Comm. 3, Art Club 3, Teachers' Career Club 35 North Star Co-Layout Ed. 3. MARYELLEN FITZGERALD 1 JOSEPH FLAHERTY NANCY FOLAN JAYRENE FOLEY WILLIAM FOLEY ga .k. Q. JENNIE FONG KATHLEEN FORSMAN JOSEPH F. FLAHERTY 22 Vane Street Gym Team 1. NANCY P. FOLAN 52 Lincoln Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 2: Nurses' Career Club 2, 3: Guidance Receptionist 2. JAYRENE R. FOLEY 25 Farrington Street WILLIAM E. FOLEY 151 E. Elm Avenue JENNIE FONG 115 Montclair Avenue Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3: Dance Comm. 2, 3: Prom Comm. 2: Volleyball 1: Teachers' Career Club Pres. 3. KATHLEEN M. FORSMAN 164 Glendale Road DEBORAH FRANKLIN 130 Marlboro Street 5 -- y-'ka -,:.'f- ,-, z. 1 7 'W ll Majorette 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: German Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Manet Show 2: North Star 3: Basketball 3. ELAINE FRASER 68 Havilend Street Debating 1, 2: Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Science Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2: Marine Science 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Manet Show 2: Dance Comm. 2. 3: Basketball 2: Honors 2. GAYLE D. GAGNON 14 Oak Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Manet 3: Nurses' Career Club 1: Dance Comm. 2. 3: Prom Comm. 2. WILLIAM G. GARDINER 105 Common Street PETER W. GATELY 58 Montclair Avenue Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. DEBORAH FRANKLIN ELAINE FRASER GAYLE GAGNON WILLIAM GARDINER PETER GATELY 52 BEVERLY A. GENTRY 283 Morrissey Blvd. Dance Comm. 35 Receptionist 35 Basketball 1, 3. PAULA A. GESO 133 Willow Street Majorette 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Manet Show 25 North Star 35 Nurses' Career Club 1, 35 Dance Comm. 35 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3. LINDA A. GIAMPIETRO 185 Arlington Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Manet 35 Dance Comm. 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Honors 1, 2. ROGER D. GIGER 106 Eliot Avenue Football 1, 25 Track 1, 35 Dance Comm. 2, 35 Prom Comm. 25 Key Club 1, 35 Manet 35 Spirit Comm. 3. KATHLEEN A. GIRARD Drama Workshop 2, 3. FREDERIC L. GOELLER 415 Newport Avenue 33 Eddie Street LINDA GIAMPIETRO If S3F.T?'7I'f"'f"'Qb,. 3 ,V , "P, .. 'jx vis., I . - v -ENE?-, 's:Q.?ix1"1v: 11125-1- "t-F1 , xx-,,.,-'g1rif., , , '1 X ii 4 S ' Q X' if Q5 ti r ff . Q3 1 1 3, . f Xl 'K R 3' BEVERLY GENTRY PAULA Gsso JOSEPHINE A. GOLDEN 5 Moscow Street Basketball 15 Receptionist 3. JANE S. GORDAN 20 Perry Road Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 35 Prom Comm. 2, 35 Dance Comm. 25 Spirit Comm. 35 Cheerleader 35 Prom Usher 1, 25 North Star 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Manet 35 H.R. Rep. 2, 3. MARJORIE J. GOREN 11 Princess Eve Drive Student Council 15 North Star 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Class Treas. 2, 35 Graduation Usher 25'Prom Usher 25 Prom Comm. 2, 35 Dance Comm. 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Class Day Comm. 3. PAMELA J. G01T 42 So. Central Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Dance Comm. 35 Bowling 1, 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Nurses' Receptionist 35 Guidance Receptionist 25 Basketball 2. ffl ROGER GIGER KATHLEEN GIRARD FREDERIC GOELLER JOSEPHINE GOLDEN ""h 7' ' an A JANE GORDAN MARJORIE GOREN PAMELA GOTT JOANNE GRACEFFA JOANNE N. GRACEFFA Science Club 1, 2, 35 Science Fair 1, 29 Russian 1, Marine Science 15 Great Books 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 786 E. Squantum Street DIANE GRANFIELD 61 No. Bayfield Road Basketball 1, 2, 33 Spanish Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3, Teachers' Career Club 2, Student Council 35 Prom Comm. 25 Dance Comm. 2, 33 Receptionist 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2. SYBIL A. GREAVES 142 Rice Road French Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Art Club 1, 2. CARLA GREEN 63 Holyoke Street Guidance Receptionist 1, 23 Receptionist 23 Office Worker 3. PATRICIA J. GREEN 5 Morgan Road DIANE GRANFIELD SYBIL GREAVES CARLA GREEN Glee Club 1, 2. MARIE T. GRENON Library Staff 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 3. JOHN M. GRIFFIN JOHN D. GRIFFITH Track 1. M. SUSAN GUPPY Science Fair 1, 2, Science Club 1, 23 Manet 3. JANET A. GUSTAFSON I PATRICIA GREEN 15 Belmont Street 96 Farrington Street 101 Harriet Avenue 328 Belmont Street 39 Greene Street Basketball 1, 2, 3, North Star 33 Glee Club 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 33 Dance Comm. 3. .fn I V39 fi MA R I E G R E N O N f Q V +- h 1 4 ' 3 mg I af 3. V A JOHN GRIFFIN JOHN GRIFFITH SUSAN GUPPY JANET GUSTAFSON 53 IRENE HAGAN BRENT HALL CHERYL HALLAM DEBORAH HARDING PAUL HARRINGTON IRENE E. HAGAN 132 Clay Street Glee Club 23 Volleyball 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 North Star 33 Dance Comm. 2, 33 Class Day Comm. 33 French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Prom Comm. 2. BRENT C. HALL 87 W. Elm Avenue Science Club 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 23 Latin Hon. Soc. 13 German Hon. Soc. 2, 33 Great Books 2, 33 Science Fair 1, 2. CHERYL J. HALLAM 72 Russell Street H.R. Rep 33 Drama Workshop 33 Dance Comm. 3. DEBORAH L. HARDING 68 Walker Street North Star 2, 33 Dance Comm. 23 Spirit Comm. 33 Basketball 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Manet 3. PAUL K. HARRINGTON 39 Richfield Street GEORGE T. HATFIELD 222 Salford Street SUSAN HAWKINS 59A Old Colony Avenue ELLEN T. HEMPHILL 125 Newbury Avenue Volleyball 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Dance Comm. 33 Glee Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. KAREN A. HENRIKSEN 179 Everett Street J. KENNETH HENSHALL 246 Fayette Street OWEN L. HIRTLE 264 Farrington Street BEVE-RLY J. HODGES ' 86 Walker Street Class V.P. 2, 33 Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Manet 33 Dance Comm. Chairman 2, 33 Prom Comm. Chairman 2, 33 Class Day Comm. Chairman 33 Prom Usher 23 Graduation Usher 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Student Council 13 H.R. Rep. 13 Drama Workshop 2. ROBERT W. HOEL 19 Bay Street Drama Workshop 2, 3, Pres. 3. RICHARD C. HOHMANN 60 Rawson Road Rifle Club 13 Art Club 1, 2. GEORGE HATFIELD ELLEN HEMPHILL 54 V KENNETH HENSHALL OWEN HIRTLE BEVERLY HODGES RICHARD HOHMANN pi JG CARL HOLLAND CARL E. HOLLAND 63 Montclair Avenue Rifle Club 1, 25 Key Club 2. WILLIAM A. HORICK Spanish Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Math Club V.P. 15 North Star 35 Prom Usher 1. 61 Vershire Street BEVERLY P. HORWITZ 35 Appleton Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Nurses' Receptionist 2, 35 Guidance Receptionist 35 Drama Workshop 2. ALEC R. HOULE 116 Sagamore Street Rifle Club 1, 25 Soccer 15 Art Club 1. PETER W. HUKE 90 Hobart Street MICHAEL IACOVELLO 71 Pope Street MARY ELLEN .IAEHNIG 97 Colby Road Manet 35 Dance Comm. 35'Nurses' Career Club 2, 35 Nurses' Receptionist 1: Library Staff 15 Drama Workshop 15 Guidance Receptionist 1, 2, 3: Office Worker 2, 35 Receptionist 1, 2. RUTH C. JAMES 14 Beach Street CHRISTINE A. JAMIESON 21 Albion Road Science Fair 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Manet Show 25 Drama Workshop 15 Basketball 1. ,. ' db WILLIAM HORICK BEVERLY HORWITZ ALEC HOULE PETER HUKE MICHAEL IACOVELLO ...rg ,., :. E'-, .. -R MARY ELLEN .IAEHNIG RUTH JAMES CHRISTINE JAMIESON I JAMES A. JENNEY JAMES JENNEY BRENDA JOHNSON CARL JOHNSON JANET JOHNSON Baseball 13 Rifle Club 1, 23 Football 13 Key Club 3. BRENDA E. JOHNSON Drama Workshop 1, 23 French Hon. Soc. 2, 3. CARL E. JOHNSON Key Club 15 Rifle Club 3, Bowling 3, Debating 3. JANET D. JOHNSON Tri-Hi-Y 2, 39 Receptionist 2, 3, Nurses' Career Club tionist 1, 2. KATHLEEN JOHNSON H.R. Rep. 1, 2: North Star 1: Dance Comm. 3. JOAN D. JOH NSTON 16 Tyler Street 44 Holyoke Street 75 E. Elm Avenue 26 No. Bayfield Road 2, 3, Guidance Recep- 180 Lansdowne Street 1, 23 Drama Workshop 13 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 39 Basketball 36 Appleton Street KATH LEEN JOHNSON JULIE A. JOHNSTON 59 Aberdeen Road Science Club 1, 2, Sec. 2: French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3: Marine Science 1: Russian 1, 2, Art Club 2: Manet Show 1: Great Books 2, 3: Science Fair 1, 2: Manet Layout Ed. 3, Honors 1, 2. CHERYLE A. JOLY 45 Oval Road Drama Workshop 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Guidance Receptionist 3. ELIZABETH A. JONES 102 Edwin Street Concert Choir 1, 2, 3: Art Club 35 Dance Comm. 3. ROBERT L. KAMMER Rifle Club 2. MARTIN R. KEEFE Football 2, 3, H.R. Rep. 2, 3. 144 Atlantic Street 222 Billings Road M4144 JOAN JOHNSTON JULIE JOHNSTON CHERYLE JOLY ELIZABETH JONES MARTIN KEEFE ANDREW KELLEY RICHARD KELLIHER KATHLEEN KELLY THOMAS KELLY . MARYANN KENNEY SUSAN KERRissEY EILEEN KIRBY DONNA klstowski ANDREW J. KELLEY , 52 Breck Street Basketball 1, 2, 3, Library Staff 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Dance Comm. 3, Art Club Track 2, 3: Bowling 15 Drama Workshop 2, 3. 2: Manet 3. RICHARD J. KELLIHER 73 Franklin Avenue EILEEN M. KIRBY 23 Essex Street Football 1, Nurses' Career Club 2, Art Club 21TI'i-Hi-Y 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Honors 2. KATHLEEN A. KELLY 5 Newton Avenue DONNA M. KISLOWSKI 26 Gladstone Street H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 33 North Star 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Dance Comm. 3. Basketball 1: Receptionist 2, 33 Guidance Receptionist 2, Office Worker 2, 3: M tSh 22C rtCh'1,2,3. THOMAS F. KELLY 81 Betelpn Street me OW e once O" Winter Track 1, 2, 35 Spring Track 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 23 Cross Country 3. SHIRLEE A. KLEIMOLA 55 Suomi Road T '-H'-Y 3: B k tb II 3. MARYANN c. KENNEY 104 Sagamore Street " ' as e a Nurses' Receptionist 3: Manet 33 Basketball 1. PETER F. KLINE 210 Norfolk Street SUSAN M. KERRISSEY t If 3 'fir ,ge N SHIRLEE KLEIMOLA 14 Lois Terrace PETER KLINE Soccer 1, 2, 33 Track 23 Spirit Comm. 3: Golf 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3. JAMES R. KNIGHT Spirit Comm. 3. RALPH G. KOELSCH Winter Track 1, Honors 1. KATHLEEN L. KUHNS H.R. Rep. 13 Latin Hon. 43 Sunrise Road 88 Billings Road 359 Belmont Street Soc. 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Maiorette 25 Drama Workshop 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Honors 1. THOMAS J. LACEY Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. Key Club 3. 51 Hunt Street 33 Track 1, 2, 35 H.R. Rep. 2: Dance Comm. 2, 3: JAMES KNIGHT THOMAS H. LACH 79 Forbes Hill Road Rifle Club 1: Bowling 2, Cross Country 3. CYNTHIA F. LALLY 68 Apthorp Street CHRISTINE F. LANE 92 No. Bayfield Road Drama Workshop 1, 25 H.R. Rep. 2, 35 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Receptionist 33 Dance Comm. 2, 3: North Star 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Manet 3. RICHA-RD W. LANE 270 No. Central Street THOMAS F. LANE Soccer 1, 2, 3, Winter Track 1, 2, 35 Spring Track 1, 2, 35 Honors 1. 135 Newbury Avenue RALPH KOELSCH KATHLEEN KUHNS THOMAS LACEY THOMAS LACH CYNTHIA LALLY 58 CHRISTINE LANE RICHARD LANE THOMAS LANE FRANCES LANTERY KENNETH LARSEN RICHARD LAWLER ROBERT LAYCOCK DENNIS LEAVITT FRANCES H. LANTERY 55 Cummings Avenue Basketball 1, 2, 3, Great Books 2. KENNETH P. LARSEN 11 Apthorp Street Marine Science 1, 25 Science Club 1, 2, Winter Track 1, 2, 35 Spring Track 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 33 Science Fair 1, 2. RICHARD T. LAWLER 44 Harriet Avenue Football 1, 2, 35 H.R. Rep. 2, 3, Spirit Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 2, 35 Prom Usher 2, Math Club Pres. lg Science Club 1. ROBERT E. LAYCOCK 152 Kemper Street Basketball 1, 2, Spring Track 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2. DENNIS M. LEAVITT 70 Young Street Football 1, 23 Band 1, 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3. LINDA LEAVITT MICHAEL LeCORN .G r GLEN DON LeLACH EUR LINDA J. LEAVITI' 1006 Furnace Brook Pkwy. H.R. Rep. 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. MICHAEL J. LeCORN 3 Montclair Avenue Gym Team 2. GLENDON H. LeLACHEUR 49 Hodges Avenue MARCELLA J. LEONARD 125 Safford Street SUZANNE T. LESCHERNIER 37 Edgeworth Road H.R. Rep. 15 Basketball 1, 2, Track Scorer 2, 31 Art Club 35 Receptionist 3: Dance Comm. 3. C. ARLENE LEWIS 50 Saratoga Street MARC LONDON 65 Harvard Street Soccer 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 35 Science Fair 2, Spirit Comm. 3. Evvif Mfrs dhtyibl iiijlx , i l I ' ' M I MARCELLA LEONARD SUZANNE LESCHERNIER MARC LONDON JOSEPH A. LONG EDWARD J. LOTHROP Baseball 2, 3. CAROL A. LOWE -NG: 9 JOSEPH LONG EDWARD LOTHROP CAROL LOWE JOHN LUCIER Dance Comm. 33 Bowling 1, 35 Basketball 1. JOH N D. LUCI ER Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1. ELLEN L. LUTFY 129 Winthrop Avenue 93 Faxon Road 66 Freeman Street 149 Sherman Street 50 Holyoke Street Marine Science 1, 25 Science Club 2, 35 Math Club 2, 35 French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 35 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Sec. 3, Dance Comm. 3, Science Fair 23 High Honors 1, 2. MEREDITH A. LU'I'l'S 133 Kemper Street Student Council 3, Dance Comm. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. CAROLJEAN LYONS Tennis 2. DONNA M. MACDOUGALL Art Club 25 Guidance Receptionist 2, Spirit Comm. 33 N 35 Library Staff 15 Manet 3. RICHARD MacDOUGALL GARY S. MacKI NNON Spirit Comm. 35 Key Club 3, Basketball 1. FRANKLYN L. MacLEAN Tri-Hi-Y 3: North Star 3. MER EDITH LUTTS 25 Hunt Street 36 Apthorp Street orth Star 3, Basketball 62 Safford Street 199 Parke Avenue 16 Ridgeway Street CAROLJEAN LYONS DONNA MacDOUGALL RICHARD MacDOUGALL GARY MacKINNON FRANKLYN MacLEAN STEVEN MCARDELL QQ i ,Z ALICE MCCALL JOANNE MCCARTHY ROSEANN MCCARTHY KATHLEEN MCCLEAN CHARLES MCCLOSKEY 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 3, Prom Comm. 25 Debating 25 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3. ROSEANN D. MCCARTHY 10 Wollaston Avenue KATHLEEN McCLEAN 221 Pine Street Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2: North Star 1, 2, 3, Co-Layout Ed. 35 Trl- Hi-Y 2, 33 Manet 35 Honors 1, 2. CHARLES T. MQCLOSKEY 91 Vassall Street Basketball 15 Rifle Club 1, 2. ROBERT E. McCONNELL 31 Bowdoin Street Dance Comm. 2, Key Club 33 Golf 1: Honors 1. MARY MocoRMAcK MARY R. MCCORMACK Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Volleyball 3, Dance Comm. 3. BARRY C. McCOY Basketball 13 Rifle Club 1, 23 H.R. Rep. 1. DAVID J. MCCU LLOUG-H ANGUS A. MCEACHERN Science Club 15 Science Fair LINDA M. MCEACH ERN 1. KATH LEEN M. MCGI LLIVRAY BARRY MCCOY DAVID MCCULLOUGH LINDA MCEACHERN 87 Granger Street Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 MARY M. McGOVERN 14 l-lilma Street 6 RGWSOH Road Glee Club 13 Concert Choir 1. JOHN A. MclNNIS 124 Russell Street 15 NO- Centfa' Avenue Rifle Club 2, 3, v.P. 3, Honors 1. 14 Chapman Street ALLEN J. MolNTlRE 192 Fonno street Football 1, 2, 3. 1 Windsor Road ARLENE M. MoKENzlE 88 Havilend Street 51 FGXOF1 Road Basketball 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Spirit Comm. 3, Dance Comm. 2. KATH LEEN MCGILLIVRAY 'H MARY MCGOVERN JOHN MCINNIS ALLEN MCINTIRE ARLENE MCKENZIE HELEN MCLAUGHLIN ELEANOR MCMANUS 23 Sims Road HELEN E. MCLAUGHLIN Prom Comm. 2, Prom Usher 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Pres. 23 North Star 2, 3: Manet Show 2, 33 Spirit Comm. Co-Chairman 31 Class Day Comm. 35 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. ELEANOR M. McMANUS 527 Newport Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 25 Basketball 1. KENNETH G. McPHEE 147 Newbury Avenue Baseball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Hockey 2, 33 H.R. Rep. 1, 23 Prom Usher 2: Dance Comm. 23 Prom Comm. 3. JOSEPH F. McVEY 7 Canton Road H.R. Rep. 1, 2. MAUREEN D. MADDEN 1 No. Central Avenue JOHN J. MAGNARELLI - t Football 1, 2, 3, Co Cap JOSEPH E. MAHER Hockey 1, 3. BARBARA M. MAIN H.R. Rep. 3. PHILIP J. MANNIX 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 3, Honors 1. DANIEL J. MARINI Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3: Latin Hon. Soc. 1: Science Fair 2, Spirit Comm. 35 Key Club 3. 150 Beach Street 3. 49 Cedar Street 49 Aberdeen Road 74 Faxon Road 55 Buckingham Road 45:1 122' KENNETH MCPHEE JOSEPH McVEY MAUREEN MADDEN JOHN MAGNARELLI JOSEPH MAHER BARBARA MAIN PHILIP MANNIX DANIEL MARINI 41 DANA MARTINSON STEVE MARTINSON DANA R. MARTINSON Football 3. STEVE MARTINSON Basketball 1, 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 3. JOSEPHINE T. MASO'l'l'A Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Volleyball 3. ROSALIE MASSIE Bowling 1, 2, 33 Library Staff 1, 2, 3. CHRISTINE R. MERCADANTE Student Council 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, Spirit Comm. Honors 1. f 3 29 Eustis Street 44 Freeman Street 28 Deerfield Street 262 Belmont Street 167 Billings Road 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 JOSEPHINE MASOTTA ROSALIE MASSIE CHRISTINE MERCADANTE PETER METHERALL PETER J. METHERALL 23 Roberta Lane Football 1, 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 3, Spirit Comm. 3: Prom Comm. 33 Honors 1. ALAN R. MEZZE'I'I'I EDWIN F. MILLER Cross Country 15 Soccer 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 3, Prom Comm. 3. JOSEPH S. MINUKAS LAWRENCE R. MIRANDA MADELINE M. MISITE Library Staff 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1, Science Club 23 French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 35 Teachers' Career Club 25 Russian 1, 2, 3, Dance Comm. 3. 48 North Street 46 Estabrook Road 109 Sherman Street 61 Morrissey Blvd. 35 Flynt Street ALAN MEZZETTI EDWIN MILLER JOSEPH MINUKAS LAWRENCE MIRANDA MADELINE MISITE PY' I yna, .' 'A 'GY GAIL MITCHELL JOHN MOLINARI ROBERT MOODY ff.. an ur l-,j KATHLEEN MOORE MAUREEN MOORE LUCINDA MORRILL CAROL MORRISON LINDA MORTON GAIL M. MITCHELL 80 Shirley Street Comm. 35 H.R. Rep. 1, 25 Honors 1. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Receptionist 35 Basketball 2. JOHN E, MOLINARI 151 Fenno Street LUCINDA E. MORRILL 183 Common Street Latin Hgnl Soc, 1,21 Bowling 1' 2' 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Bowling 35 Library Staff 35 Volleyball 3: Basket- ball 35 Prom Comm. 35 Receptionist 3. ROBERT J. MOODY 36 Taylor Street Bowling 2. CAROL E. MORRISON 12 French Street Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Manet 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Volleyball 2. 3: KATHLEEN L. MOORE 148 Newbury Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 25 Basketball 25 Spirit Comm. 35 Receptionist 35 Manet 3. MAUREEN P. MOORE 108 Billings Road Basketball 15 Drama Workshop 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2, 3, V.P. 35 Cheerleader 35 Prom Comm. 25 Manet Show 15 Spirit Comm. 35 Class Day -4. .,:,,,, K-1 ,-A it llet. NANCY MULDOON Basketball 1, 2, 35 Drama Workshop 2. LINDA J. MORTON 37 Newton Avenue H.R. Rep. 1, 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Art Club 35 Receptionist 35 Volleyball 35 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3. NANCY A. MULDOON 31 Ardell Street 65 5552: I ' IMD' Vw, Z.. fl, JOANNE MU LDOWNEY DAVID MULHEARN THOMAS MU LLEN EILEEN MULVANEY MARY MURPHY GLENN MYETTE RICHARD NASH JOSEPH NEE JOANNE MULDOWNEY 43 Colby Road GLENN G. MYE1'rE 107 Farrington Tri-Hi-Y 2' Basketball 1' North Star 2 3' Manet 3. ' ' ' ' RICHARD NASH 2 ' DAVID T. MULHEARN 10 Mayflower Road 66 Famngton Band 1, 2, 3, Pres. 35 Symphonic Band 33 Rifle Club 2, 3: Cross Country 35 Marine Science 3, Concert Choir 3, Manet 3. THOMAS R. MULLEN 78 Lincoln Avenue Intramural Basketball 13 Cross Country 1, 23 Winter Track 1, 2, 37 Spring Track 1, 2, 33 Key Club 2, 3, Pres. 3: North Star 1, 2, 3, Co-Ed.-in-Chief 33 Class Day Comm. 3, Spirit Comm. 3. EILEEN R. MULVANEY 13 Essex Street Russian 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Basketball 1, 23 Nurses' Career Club 35 Spirit Comm. 3: Manet 33 Honors 1. MARY E. MURPHY 226 Safford Street Spirit Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 66 . ,""'il 31 f,-Xi! . f yi 3 , Street Street H.R. Rep. 2, 35 Rifle Club 3: Spirit Comm. 3: North Star 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 2, 3. JOSEPH P. NEE Track 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3. ROY P. NELSON Honors 2. DOROTHY S. NICHOLSON 38 Hamilton 50 Warwick 50 Prospect Library Staff 1, 2, 35 Nurses' Career Club 33 Drama Workshop 1, 3. HELEN L. NORRIS 401 Beale Street Street Street Street Glee Club 1, 25 Concert Choir 3: Nurses' Career Club 15 Dance Comm. 3: Guidance Receptionist 25 Honors 1. DOROTHY NICHOLSON HELEN NORRIS 'Z ' x -Lui JOHN NORRIS KEVIN O'CONNELL SALLY O'CONNOR VIRGINIA O'HARA .K PATRICIA o'NEiLL JOHN F. NORRIS 119 E. Squantum Street Rifle Club 1, 25 Gym Team 15 Track 15 Science Fair 1, 25 Honors 1. KEVIN G. O'CONNELL 160 Farrington Street Football 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Dance Comm. 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Prom Usher 25 H.R. Rep. 1, 25 Prom Comm. 35 Class Day Comm. 35 Grad. Usher 2. SALLY A. 0'CONNOR 25 Wedgewood Street Science Club 1, 2, Treas. 25 Russian 1, 25 Art Club 25 Basketball 15 Volleyball 35 Great Books 35 Science Fair 1. VIRGINIA M. 0'HARA 72 Montclair Avenue Basketball 1, 25 Bowling 35 Math. Club 1. PATRICIA A. 0'NEILL 55 Sterling Street CAROL M. ORDWAY THOMAS ORLANDO GEORGE M. ORLOWSKI wiLuAM J. o'RouRKE Art club 3. WEN DY L. PAIGE 43 E. Squantum Street 93 E. Elm Avenue 107 Davis Street 127 Prospect Avenue 89 Hilma Street Science Fair 15 Debating 1, 2, 35 Majorette 1, 2, 3, Head 3: French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 35 Manet Show 1, 2, 35 Prom Comm. Honors 1, 2. CAROL ORDWAY THOMAS ORLANDO GEORGE ORLOWSKI WILLIAM O'ROURKE 25 Spirit Comm. 3: Manet 3: I WENDY PAIGE fi. 41' l ...qv 'if f ROBERT PALMER KENNETH PALMIERI CLEO PAPAvlzAs MANUEL PARROS ROBERT H. PALMER 55 Elliot Avenue DAWN R. PAUL KENNETH J. PALMIERI 5 Summit Avenue GARY C. PAUL CLEO K. PAPAVIZAS 245 Morrissey Blvd. Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, V.P. 3, Teachers' Career Club 33 Manet Show 15 Drama Club 1, 2, Treas. 23 Guidance Receptionist 35 Prom Comm. 2: Dance Comm. 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Band 3. MANUEL PARROS 35 Gilmore Street Bowling 1. JOHN C. PEAK Latin Hon. Soc. 1: Honors 1. STEPHEN PELLEGRINI RICHARD J. PENELLA Honors 1. ROBERT A. PETERS DAWN PAU L 228 Farrington Street 228 Farrington Street 15 Standish Avenue 17 Dayton Street 122 Russell Street 93 Hollis Avenue GARY PAUL if 68 JOHN PEAK STEPHEN PELLEGRINI RICHARD PENELLA ROBERT PETERS 4 DAVID PETERSON NANCY PETERSON DAVID L. PETERSON 55 Havilend Street Soccer 13 Key Club 1: Rifle Club 1, 2. NANCY PETERSON 49 Hamilton Avenue Tri-Hi-Y 1: Art Club 1: Spirit Comm. 35 Dance Comm. 3. ALAN B. PEI'lT 198 Fayette Street ROBERT A. PE'I'IT Soccer 1. MARJORIE PHIPPS RONALD J. PIMENTEL Spirit Comm. 35 Dance Comm. 3. 198 Fayette Street 34 Randlette Street 179 Huckins Avenue JANICE R. PINTO 601 Morrissey Blvd. Science Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 33 Math Club 1, 35 Basketball 13 Bowling 33 Honors 1. MARCIA L. PLUMMER 34 Willet Street Dance Comm. 2: North Star 2, Manet Show 25 Girls' Club Treas. 33 Spirit Comm. 35 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: Spanish Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 35 Glee Club 25 Honors 1. JAMES J. POMFRET 278 Atlantic Street Math Club 3, Honors 3. LETITIA S. POOLE 186 Everett Street Guidance Receptionist 35 Library Staff 2, 3. CYNTHIA E. POTTER Nurses' Receptionist 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 23 Manet 3: Honors 1. 82 Russell Street ' 1 'mx ,yt Q S ? Q - ALAN PETIT ROBERT PETIT RONALD PIMENTEL JANICE PINTO MARCIA PLUMMER JAMES POMFRET LETITIA POOLE CYNTHIA POTTER I E.....f ANN MARIE RouLAkIs KAREN PRATT ERICA PRussIvIANN LINDA REDMOND ALBERT REGELE ANN MARIE POULAKIS 221 Bellevue Road JAMES R. REYNOLDS 240 Beale Street KAREN P. PRATT 46 Standish Road DAVID E. RICHARDSON 100 Rice Road Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Latin Hon. Soc. 1: Spanish Hon. Soc 2, 3: Science Fair 2, Key Club 35 Golf 3. Spirit Comm. 3: Class Day Comm. 3, Manet 3: Honors 1, 2. KEVIN M. RILEY 116 Glover Avenue EWCA C' PRUSSMANN 25 Conant Road H.R. Rep. 1,35 Spirit Comm. 3, Dance Comm. 2, 3. TrI-HI-Y 2, 3. LINDA A. REDMOND 248 Beale Street SUSAN RILEY 137 Billings Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Nurses' Career Club 23 Receptionist 39 Drama Workshop 3. DEBORAH J RIZZ0-rn 25 GI' S ALBERT F. REGELE 65 Colby Road ' 'mme treet Soccer 1, 2, 35 Winter Track 1, 2, 3, Spring Track 1, 25 French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, GARY ROBERTSON 339 Hancock Street 3: Science Fair 2. Baseball 1. 1 1 . ,229 ' f' 1 , 'va 2545-ff fclfigl 1 M51 -A ACQIFYIQ- ' 1 '-5' f av, '-fx,f5f'2i 70 KEVIN RILEY SUSAN RILEY JAMES REYNOLDS DAVID RICHARDSON DEBORAH RIZZOTTI GARY ROBERTSON ROY ROBERTSON ROY S. ROBERTSON 93 Sharon Road Science Fair 2, 35 Science Club 1, 2, 33 Marine Science 1, 2, 35 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: German Hon. Soc. 2, 35 Bowling 15 Glee Club 2, 35 Great Books 2, 3. CHERYL L. ROBINSON JOHN C. ROBISON Track 1, 2. ARTHUR J. RODMAN Band 1, 2, 3: Symphonic Band 2, 35 Science Fair 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH F. ROGERS Golf 25 Debating 3. HELEN L. ROLLINS 129 Grandview Avenue 34 Greenview Street 24 Perry Road 4 Rice Road 287 Atlantic Street Student .Council 2, 3, Sec. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 3: Class Day Comm. 3: Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Manet Show 2, North Star 23 Manet 3. NANCY K. ROLLINS 65 Havilend Street Spirit Comm. 35 Dance Comm. 25 Prom Comm. 23 North Star 2, 3, Business Manager 33 Basketball 2, Manet Show 21 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 H.R. Rep. 3. FRANK J. ROMANO 60 Holyoke Street Band 1, 2, 3, V.P. 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 2, 33 Football 1, 3: Marine Science 3. JOANNE M. ROMANO 60 Holyoke Street Nurses' Career Club 1, Concert Choir 2, 3, Manet 31 Band 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Dance Comm. 3, Receptionist 1, 2, 3. CHERYL ROBINSON JOHN ROBISON ARTHUR RODMAN JOSEPH ROGERS HELEN ROLLINS all 1 NANCY ROLLINS FRANK ROMANO JOANNE ROMANO GERALD ROSSI ALLAN RUBACK BARRY RUDKIN ANGELO Russo FRANK SANTORO JOSEPH SARJEANT WILLIAM sARRuDA MARILYN sAuNDERs GERALD F. ROSSI 12 Copley Street JOSEPH J. SARJEANT 83 Lincoln Avenue Football 1. Cross Country 3: Winter Track 3: Key Club 3. ALLAN I. RUBACK 33 Hamilton Street WILLIAM A. SARRUDA 51 Hamilton Street Rifle Club 1. Track 2, 3: Cross Country 3: French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3: Soccer 1, 2. BARRY RUDKIN 295 Billings Road MARILYN A. SAUNDERS 35 Lunt Street Honors 1. ANGELO M. RUSSO Spring Track 2, 3: Winter Track 3: Math Club 3. 68 Copley Street FRANK C. SANTORO 2 Montclair Avenue Football 1, 2, 3: Dance Comm. 2: Science Fair 1: Spirit Comm. 3: Science Club 1: Art Club 3 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3: French Hon. Soc. 2, 3: North Star 1, 2, 3, Ed.-in- Chief 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Prom Comm. 2: Dance Comm. 2: Spirit Comm. 3: Manet 3: Teachers' Career Club 3: Math Club 3: Glee Club 2: Honors 1, 2. KATHLEEN M. SCANLON 165 Hamilton Avenue Prom Comm..2, 3: Dance Comm. 2, 3: Spirit Comm. 3: Volleyball 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Manet Show 2. KATH LEEN SCAN LON KENNETH SCARRY CARL SCHATTGEN JOANNE SCHOTTMILLER LESLIE SCHULTZ '23 RICHARD sci-iuL'rz JOHN scoPEi.E1Tl KENNETH J. SCARRY 133 Billings Road CARL R. SCHA'l'I'G'EN 7 Seymour Street Track 3. JOANNE SCHOTTMILLER 111 Waterson Avenue Nurses' Career Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2. LESLIE J. SCHULTZ 15 Theresa Road Student Council 13 Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Treas. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 North Star '2, 33 Art Club 1, 23 Rifle Club 23 Dance Comm. 23 Manet 33 Receptionist 23 Science Fair 1, 2. RICHARD M. SCHULTZ 15 Kemper Street Science Club 13 Science Fair 1, 2, 33 Latin Hon. Soc. 13 French Hon. Soc. 2, 33 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 33 Soccer 1, 2, 33 Class Pres. 2, 3. JOHN P. SCOPELEITI 33 Franklin Street DIANE SCOTT KATHRYN SCOTT LANA SERAFINELLI DIANE L. SCOTT 8 Newhall Street Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Dance Comm. 23 Prom Comm. 2, 3: Graduation Usher 23 Cheerleader 2, 33 Student Council 33 Spirit Comm. 3: Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 33 Manet 33 Honors 1, 2. KATHRYN R. SCOTT 36 Hillside Avenue French Hon. Soc. 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 23 Receptionist 3. LANA C. SERAFINELLI 209 Hobart Street Nurses' Careers Club 1, 2, 33 Drama Workshop 13 Bowling 23 Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 33 Receptionist 33 Manet Show 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Spirit Comm. 33 Dance Comm. 23 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3. RICHARD M. SERAFINI 22 Willow Avenue Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. CAROL A. SHARP 89 Havilend Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 North Star 23 Drama Workshop 13 Glee Club 3. RICHARD SERAFINI CAROL SHARP pf' Q' DONALD SHARPE JUNE SHAUGHNESSY KAREN SHEA MICHAEL SHEA DONALD K. SHARPE 32 Willow Avenue JUNE C. SHAUGHNESSY 91 Brook Street Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 33 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 3: Track Scorer 1, 2, 33 Receptionist 3, Spirit Comm. 3, Dance Comm. 23 Prom Comm. 2: Manet Show 1, 2, H.R. Rep. 23 Manet 3. KAREN A. SHEA 169 E. Squantum Street MICHAEL P. SHEA 64 Hovey Street Spirit Comm. 35 Track 15 Gym Team 15 Dance Comm. 35 H.R. Rep. 3. SHARON SHEA 108 Farrington Street KENNETH D. SHEAFF 5 Dunbarton Road Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. KENN ETH SH EAFF SUZANNE R. SHEPPARD 32 Hamilton Street Debating 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club Exec. Bd. 33 Student Council Treas. 33 Bowling 1, 23 Drama Workshop 25 Spirit Comm. 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: North Star 1, 2, 3, Manet 3: Prom Comm. 2, 3, Co-Chairman 3: Graduation Usher 23 H.R. Rep. 1, 2. ELAINE L. SILVER 15 Walker Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Volleyball 2: Drama Workshop 2, Honors 2. LAWRENCE E. SIROIS 47 Vassall Street FRANCIS P. SKEIBER 407 Morrissey Blvd. Drama Workshop 2, 35 Rifle Club 2, 3: Cross Country 3, Track 3. CAROL S. SMITH 103 Rice Road Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Dance Comm. 39 North Star 3, Debating 3. Q vm SUZANNE SHEPPARD ELAINE SILVER LAWRENCE SIROIS FRANCIS SKEIBER CAROL SMITH 137, ' .- .. , 144 - of - iffy Q fri? A -al,-fi . DEBORAH SOUZA LINDA SOUZA KENNETH SPACONE JOHN SPENCER DEBORAH L. SOUZA LINDA A. SOUZA KENNETH R. SPACONE Honors 2. ,JOHN H. SPENCER ROBERT J. STACK SUZANNE A. STEELE sur, 'riff ROBERT STACK SUZANNE STEELE KATHLEEN STEPHANSKY PAMELA STEVENS 175 Safford Street 34 Holbrook Road 458 Beale Street 74 Union Street 58 Apthorp Street 46 Royal Street Science Club 15 Russian 1, 33 Spanish Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 35 Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3: Dance Comm. 35 Drama Workshop 35 Basketball 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. LESLIE STRONG JANET SWANSON KATHLEEN A. STEPHANSKY 67 Hamden Circle Cheerleader 2, 3, Student Council 33 Dance Comm. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Prom Usher 1, Basketball 1, 2. PAMELA M. STEVENS 9 Gould Street Dance Comm. 2, 3, Prom Comm. 23 North Star 35 Volleyball 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 33 Honors 1. LESLIE A. STRONG 111 Montclair Avenue Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Prom Comm. 2: Latin Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Dance Comm. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 French Hon. Soc. 2: Honors 1. JANET V. SWANSON 38 Deerfield Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, Prom Comm. 2: Dance Comm. 2, 3. 75 BARBARA J. SWEENEY 114 Montclair Avenue Prom Comm. 25 Dance Comm. 25 Spirit Comm. 35 North Star 25 Library Staff 15 Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Honors 1. KATHLEEN A. SWEENEY 114 Grandview Avenue Debating 25 Drama Workshop 35 Great Books 35 Glee Club 25 H.R. Rep. 25 Latin Hon. Soc. 25 Honors 1. JAMES K. SWENSON DAVID M. TALBOT Intramural Basketball 1. HOWARD TAMMARO 28 Middlesex Street 24 Newfield Street 1 1A Willet Street JAMES SWENSON DAVID TALBOT HOWARD TAM MARO I S BARBARA SWEEN EY KEVIN J. TARMEY Rifle Club 1, 2. LINDA M. THERIAULT Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Volleyball 35 Spirit Comm. 3. DONALD R. THOMAS Football 1, 2, 35 H.R. Rep. 1, 2. KENNETH A. THOMAS Intramural Basketball 15 Spring Track 3. PETER A. THOMAS Football 1. KEVIN TARMEY KATH LEEN SWEEN EY 19 Sterling Street 142 Newbury Avenue 27 Hunt Street 121 Clay Street 29 Windsor Road LINDA THERIAULT DONALD THOMAS KENNETH THOMAS PETER THOMAS F, . :Ii J, I 1115 Q,- I1: 2, sl-lElLA ToBlN RAYNER Topo FRANK TRAlNoR RICHARD TRUBIANO JAMES vAuoHr1 SHEILA A. TOBIN 54 Montclair Avenue Spirit Comm. 35 Volleyball 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Nurses' Career Club 2, 3, Treas. 3: Spanish Hon. Soc. 2, 35 Dance Comm. 35 H.R. Rep. 2, 3. Bowling 1, 2, 35 Concert Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Manet Show 2. RAYNER K. TODD 155 Dorchester Street KATHERINE S. VENTO 119 Russell Street Dance Comm. 25 Prom Comm. 25 Receptionist 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. FRANK L. TRAINOR 64 Faxon Road Gym Team 1, 35 Track 15 Baseball 1. MICHAEL J. VENTRESCA 151 Vassall Street RICHARD J. TRUBIANO 529 Newport Avenue Football 1, 2,35 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Spring Track 1, 2,35 H.R. Rep. 2. STEPHEN VEREN'5 82 Andrews Road Baseball 1, 2, 35 Soccer 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 35 Class Day Comm. 35 Key Club JAMES J. VAUGHN 64 Conant Road 3, Gym Team 1, 2, 35 H.R. Rep. 3. MARGARET M. VICKERY 15 Oliver Street KATHLEEN L. VAUGHN 143 Fenno Street Drama Workshop 1, 2, Sec. 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2. KATH LEEN VAUGH N 512 KATHERINE VENTO MICHAEL VENTRESCA STEPHEN VERENIS MARGARET VICKERY I 77 78 ' 'L Af 'ffl ELISABETH VODOLA ELISABE'I'H F. VODOLA North Star 2: Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: German Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Pres. 3: Recep- tionist 2: Guidance Receptionist 2: Nat'I Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Manet Co-Ed.-in- Chief 3: Great Books 2, 3: High Honors 2. 66 Royal Street KARYN M. VOLPE 45 Willow Street ALICIA Z. WALLQUIST 279 Wilson Avenue French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, 3: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Manet Art Ed. 3: Honors 1, 2. MICHAEL C. WARNER 18 Channing Street WENDY WARREN 21 Milton Road Spirit Comm. 3: Basketball 1, 3: Dance Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Manet Show 1. VIRGINIA A. WATSON 210 Wilson Avenue Majorette 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 'IK N45 'ki KARYN VOLPE ALICIA WALLQUIST MICHAEL WARNER WENDY WARREN MARY E. WEAFER 47 Billings Street French Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Latin Hon. Soc. 1, 2: Bowling 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: Tennis 2: Dance Comm. 2: Spirit Comm. 3: Guidance Receptionist 2: Science Fair 1, 2. JOHN A. WEDDLETON Intramural Basketball 2. PHILIP B. WEINBERG Band 1. ELAIN-E M. WELCH Basketball 1, 2: Dance Comm. 3: North Star 1. WILLIAM M. WHALEN Football 1. VIRGINIA WATSON 'Q' 113 Elm Avenue 47 Willow Street 136 Billings Street 30 Holyoke Street MARY WEAFER JOHN WEDDLETON PHILIP WEINBERG ELAINE WELCH WILLIAM WHALEN MARY-JANE WHITE MARY-JANE WHITE 323 Farrington Street French Hon. Soc. 1, 2, Treas. 33 Latin Hon. Soc. 2, 3: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 3, V.P. 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Great Books 2, Office Worker 1: Glee Club 2: Concert Choir 3, Science Fair 2. NANCY J. WHITE 189 Hamilton Avenue Basketball 1, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Spirit Comm. 33 Manet 3. PATRICIA M. WIENERS 27 Merrymount Avenue Basketball 3. MARY E. WIGMORE 61 Trevore Street Bowling 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Basketball 35 North Star 3. RICHARD J. WILLIAMSON 30 Bromfield Street THOMAS C. WIRTZ 22 Thornton Street MARK R. WOLBARST 84 Alrick Road Track 13 Band 1, 2, 35 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 33 Concert Choir 3. BARBARA S. WOLFE 139 Norfolk Street Bowling 1, 25 Basketball 2, 35 Spirit Comm. Co-Chairman 3, Manet 33 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Volleyball 2, 3. ARTHUR S. YACOBIAN 359 Beale Street Science Club 2, 3, Science Fair 3. DANIEL YEE 435 Newport Avenue Latin Hon. Soc. 13 Library Staff 33 High Honors 2. fd .4 NANCY WHITE PATRICIA WIENERS MARY WIGMORE RICHARD WILLIAMSON MARK WOLBARST I.. 3 :UN BARBARA WOLFE ARTHUR YACOBIAN DANIEL YEE -475 'T GEORGE YEE FRANK YEOMANS ANNEESTHER YOUNG SHARYN YOUNG JOAN ZAKREWSKI PETER ZINITI BARBARA zolA GEORGE S. YEE 11 Willet Street Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. Key Cmb 3' JOAN F. zAkREwski 26 Ruthven street FRANK E. YEOMANS 115 Winthrop Avenue Nurses' Career Club 1, 2, 3, Nurses' Receptionist 3, Office Worker 1: Spanish Band 1, 35 Key Club 2, Great Books 2, 3, Nat'l Hon. Soc. 2, 33 French Hon. Soc. 1, 3: German Hon. Soc. 2, 33 Science Club 1, 25 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3: Manet Co-Ed.-in-Chief 3: Science Fair 1, 2, High Honors 17 Honors 2. ANNE-ESTHER YOUNG 151 Essex Street Dance Comm. 2: Prom Comm. 2. SHARYN E. YOUNG 120 Fayette Street Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Manet 3. PE'I'ER J. ZINITI 46 Alrick Road BARBARA D. ZOIA 72 Farrington Street Basketball 1, Majorette 1, 2, 3, Head 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Dance Comm. 2, 35 Spirit Comm. 3. ,. ki Y,, The Student Council. Council Officers: M. Moore, Vice-President: W. Ayers, President, H. Rollins, Secretary: S. Sheppard, Treasurer. ' u rw . n I i The members of the Student Council, under the direction of lVlr. Carlin and President Bill Ayers, have worked energetically in the continuance of traditional activities and in the initiation of new programs. This year has seen attractive changes in the book store, one of the Council's most successful undertakings. as well as a liberalization of the dress code and the publication of an informative newsletter. The sale of bookcovers. pennants. and but- tons raised money for contributions to many of our worthwhile projects. Continuing its support of our intellectual activities. the Council provided trophies for the Science Fair winners and sold Christmas cards for the benefit of the American Field Service Exchange Program. In all of its endeavors. the Student Council has worked toward the establishment of a closer communication among the students, the faculty, and the administration at North. STUDENT COUNCIL NORTH STAR Under the aegis of Miss Santacross, the North Star struggled under heavy financial burdens, yet succeeded in presenting lively accounts of student and faculty life at North. Pointed editorial comments aroused interest in controversial issues such as the plan for the establishment of a central high school system in Quincy. Overseeing the myriad works of publication was the Edi- torial Staff: Editor-in-Chief, lVlary Ellen Jaehnigg Assistant Editor, lvlaryellen Fitzgerald, Business Manager, Nancy Rollins, Layout Editor, Kathy lVIcCleang and Photographers, Greg Fallon and Isa- bel Damon. The North Star Staff. The Debating Team. . .and if the judge is a nun. . ." Arming themselves with ready facts and sharp wit, the Debat- ing Team led by lVlr Duckworth calmly faced the blows of blood- thirsty opponents ahd brutallyyfrank judges. Undaunted by vi- cious cross-examinations and scathing rebuttals, the team emerged from the tournaments at Dartmouth, Columbia, and the University of lVlaine with few scars and most ofthe spoils. President Tom Mullen discusses Key issues with several members of the Club. KEY CLUB In keeping with its purpose of giving service to school and community, the Key Club executed numerous projects requiring the active involvement of all its members. This year the Club stressed the importance of the dress code and urged students to improve conditions in the cafeteria. Weekly meetings. presided over by Advisor lVlr. Carlin and President Tom Mullen, produced plans for dances and a car wash, and laid the groundwork for the Club's work with retarded children. Every Friday several boys spent an afternoon bringing fun and companionship to young- sters in connection with the South Shore Association for Re- tarded Children, and, in December, the entire Key Club partici- pated in the annual Christmas party for retarded children at the Quincy Y.lVl.C.A. In its encouragement of good citizenship and in its sponsorship of the annual Parents Appreciation Dinner. the Key Club demonstrated its propensity for service and its close alliance with the Kiwanis tradition. The Key Club. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY H 50 .I Members inducted in May, 1966 lVlr. James Collins recalls a humorous incident of his days as principal of North. Mr. Frank MacDonald, first sponsor of N.H.S. at North, presents the scholarship to Mr. Walsh. Joining them are, from left, Mr. Everett Pope, charter society president, president of Working- men's Co-operative Bank: Mr. James Collins, principal of North in 19363 and Mr. Vlasios Georgian, charter member and chemistry professor at Tufts. .f,,f:1 ,I Mrs. Hanson, mother of 1966 President David Hanson, greets parents of inductees. The presence of a group of distinguished men and women seemed an indication that last lVlay's National Honor Society ln- duction was an occasion of singular importance. lt was, in fact, a celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the Society at North. ln attendance were eight of the original members who presented to Nlr. Walsh a scholarship in memory of their classmate and char- ter member Stephen Horton. Selected by sponsors lVlrs. Black and Nlr. lVliceli on the basis of their qualities of scholarship, leadership, character and service. members strove to reinforce the ideals upon which the Society was founded. President Albert Agresti, Vice-President Mary Jane White, Secretary Ellen Lutfy, and Treasurer Bernard Brown aided the group in planning a fall dance to raise money for the organ fund and in plotting the role of the National Honor Society in the promotion of intellectual interests at North. wuz. . ..sw.s.J, .Q . - Senior members elected in 1966 and 1967. 6 ' X LATIN HONOR SOCIETY The Latin Honor Society. GERMAN HONOR SOCIETY Second-year Foreign Language students who had earned grades of B+ or better were eligible for election to the French, German, Spanish, and Latin Honor Societies. Last spring the four groups joined forces to conduct penny collections to raise enough money to bring a foreign exchange student to North. Other spring activities included the traditional candle-lighting in- duction ceremony at which each new member pledged himself to the principles of his respective society. The Language Honor So- cieties have realized their objective by serving as a binding force among students and teachers who share a common interest in the languages and ethnic traditions of other nations. FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 87 ,,-.gall The Science Club. 525 Well, I really don't understand it either, but SCIENCE CLUB The murmur of soft voices and the scraping of chairs being moved is punctuated by brief outbursts of laughter. Suddenly the room becomes quiet as two boys walk to the front. One introduces the other. Then the lights go out, and all eyes are focused on the illuminated square in the corner of the room. lt is the regular Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Science Club. This afternoon the exchange student, Peter Aitchison, is showing slides of the flora and fauna of his native country, Australia. Led by President Roy Robertson, the Club has sponsored several lec- tures throughout the year, as well as the annual Science Fair, and for the second year four science students made an educational trip to Florida at Christmas time. These, and other activities, enliven the pursuit of scien- tific knowledge, while maintaining the high caliber of the Science Depart- ment at North. H I ,'P" 14-,4 l by Something's fishy around here." MARINE BIOLOGY CLUB Roaming the sands of Minot Beach and the marshlands of Squantum were the members of tte Marine Biology Club. collecting such creatures as sea urchins and star fish to facilitate their study of all forms of underwater life. At Tuesday afternoon meetings conservation was one of the most relefant topics of discussion, as students analyzed the boclfs of Rachel Carson and arranged with Mr. Cawttorne for a lecture by the Director of the Massacbusetts Wildlife Commission. Relating knowledge of marine life to the current problems of pollution and the depletion of resources, the Marine Biology Club stressed the effect of scientific research on todays social concerns. The Marine Biology Club. The JETS Club. The Math Club. J Ets The Junior Engineering and Technical Society provided an opportunity for students to increase their understand- ing of modern technological processes. Bi-monthly meet- ings featured lectures by prominent engineers and tech- nicians as well as films and student demonstrations. With the help of advisor Mr. Russell and President Marilyn Lantery, members worked on projects of their own choos- ing, many of which developed into successful Science Fair entries. A trip to Proctor and Gamble brought the JETS into direct contact with the professionals whose work em- ploys and advances the knowledge of the technological revolution. MATH CLUB Calculating minds were drawn to monthly meet- ings with Miss 'Horrigan to extract cleverly con- cealed solutions which had defied the ingenuity of many before them. President John Molinari and Vice-President Mary Weafer arranged for a student teacher from Boston College to speak about ad- vanced college study and career possibilities in the field of mathematics. ,.-, W - - , , The Russian Club. Clandestine meetings conducted in Russian . . . suspicious? An off-hand investigation exposed the group as lVlr. Tanguay's early morning Russian class, assembled with the unsinister purpose of learning the language and customs of the Soviet people. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB 'L The World Affairs Council The Vietnam War and the problems of Latin America were two of the most controversial topics of discussion among the members of the World Affairs Council. Headed by Nlr. Hurley and President David Nlulhearn, the Council sponsored lectures by Nlr. Peterson and Mr. Penna. and attended monthly meetings of the State-Wide Council. at which members from other Massachusetts schools shared views and information on current international problems. RUSSIAN CLUB in ,, ,na Irs -sn. og' , Ll Great Books I. 92 uf' l Y lg -... il ' 1 nil :gp 3' ' .1 in - ix I 1-1 I W. .ni Ill' lil GREAT BOOKS CLUB On Friday afternoons small groups of students would cluster around lVliss Persis Johnson to practice the art of constructive skepticism. Probing the nature of wisdom, God, and virtue, they looked to such works as Ethics, Oedipus Rex, and Leviathan, while at the same time exposing their own views to the scrutiny of their friends. By testing the personal validity of diverse view- points, students discovered that the most satisfying answers are those which come from within themselves. Great Books ll. W""5""w Elizabeth Brown begins cleanup operations after the 2:30 deluge. LIBRARY STAFF While not delivering study hall slips and distributing curt overdue notices, Library Staff members spent much of their time in a secluded third floor cubicle. No secret dealings were involved: they worked with Miss Stowe in learning how to bind, cover, and classify books. Some of the more courageous members joined lvlrs. DeCiIio, Mrs. Paulson, and Mr. Penna to face the 2:30 mob at the check-out desk, and to bear the morning-after conse- quences by sorting out jumbled heaps of books. Enter- taining faculty and parents at the annual spring tea, the Library Staff provided a delightful climax to a year of invaluable service. The Library Staff. Students interested in all levels of teaching, from elementary school to college, met with lVlr. lVlurphy to plan ways in which they could acquaint themselves with the characteristic abilities and inclinations of competent teachers. A trip to Beechwood Knoll School afforded the group a first-hand view of the practical challenges of their future profession. TEACHERS' CAREER CLUB . 1 - . . ,flll The Teachers' Career Club. Aware of the growing trend toward specialization in the medi- cal occupations, the Nurses' Career Club sponsored lectures by nurses and technicians involved in different areas of concentra- tion. Guided by Miss Gray and their officers, President Sue Adams, Vice-President Terry lVlalzone, Secretary June Shaugh- nessy and Treasurer Kathy Vaughn, members sold candy to raise funds for a scholarship, and visited the Boston City Hospital and the Faulkner Hospital to observe the latest techniques in patient care and research. NURSES' CAREER CLUB The Nurses' Career Club. The Red Cross Council. Q... "And when the flood waters roll in '15, ff' , 1 RED CRGSS COUNCIL WW lg-'msi nj C H EER to Ouf' -Fnahfrivj Sold-'igd .IC or -HH One of the CounciI's projects was to collect gifts for sol- diers fighting in Vietnam. Working with Homeroom Representatives. the Red Cross Council collected books. soap. razor blades, and other articles to fill gift boxes for sol- diers in Vietnam. As Christmas approached. Miss Gray and President Amy Leighton organized the Council in making favors and small gifts for the Oceanside Rest Home, and in fashioning decora- tions forthe Veterans' Hospital in Brockton. Merg- ing their efforts with those of other councils. the group launched the annual membership drive. using the proceeds to support the operations of the Quincy Chapter of the American Red Cross. Receptionists. RECEPTIONISTS Guiding bewildered visitors and 'do- ing errands for the office staff, the Re- ceptionists, chosen by lVlr. Carlin, have willingly sacrificed their free periods to perform vital.services for their school. 96 Tampering with the mail, Jerri? Keeper of the gate Guidance Receptionists. Girl Guide. GUIDANCE RECEPTIONISTS Stationing themselves inside rooms 217 and 219, the Guidance Reception- ists spent countless hours on frantic missions to study halls in search of elusive counselees. By assisting with various routine administrative tasks. the girls helped to free the counselors for more individualized work with stu- dents. Anxious to view art from all angles, Art Guild members and their sponsor, lVlr. Charron, visited exhibitions featuring the work of Rembrandt and ot Andy Warhol. Under President John Dyke, the club spent countless hours in creating the striking decora- tions which graced our windows at Christmas time, and in plan- ning trips and projects to round out the year. Paula cuts up ART GUILD The Art Guild. 98 The Drama Club. "Kiss him???" A dramatic production involves many skills aside from the ob- vious ones of acting and directing. Recognizing this, Drama Workshop members, led by President Bob Hoel, concentrated on all aspects of the theater, including set design, costuming, make- up, and publicity. Aided by sponsors Mrs. Buchanan and Miss Zentmyer, the group arranged the Charles Players' presentation of The Living Stage and put on a play for the children at the Pollard School. Gathering experience gained through observation and participation, the Drama Workshop undertook the production of Eugene O'Neill's nostalgic comedy, Ah Wildernessl, executing it with artistic and technical excellence. DRAMA WGRKSHOP Long, painful hours of rehearsal are vital to a good production. O BAND Every seventh period the second floor trembled with the as- sorted vibrations of the Band. Larger and more professional than ever before, the Band, directed by lVlr. Leone and President David lVlulhearn, entertained the crowd at football games with precision marching and animated half-time shows. After an exhausting sea- son of parades and gridiron performances, the Band turned to concert work and to rehearsals for the Christmas assembly. Re- turning after vacation, the group began preparation for its ex- change concert at Nashua, New Hampshire. Weeks of painstaking rehearsal paid off in a much-applauded performance at Nashua. Highlighting the remainder of the concert season were a visit from the Nashua band and the annual Spring Concert. This year the band has justly earned a reputation as one of the finest assemblies of young musicians that North has ever seen. The Band. The Clarinet and Drum Sections of the Band The Stage Band. Organized last year by lVlr. Leone, the Stage Band made its maiden appearance at the 1966 Manet Show. This year the group has devoted its after- school rehearsal time to preparation for the Spring Concert and for the Exchange Concert at Nashua. The excellence of the Stage Band's recent perform- ances reflects the seemingly inexhaustible nature of North's musical resources. STAG E BAN D Paul Haight and Mr. Francis Rull. CONCERT CHOIR Into the sometime early morning grayness of room 404 stum- ble the members of the Concert Choir, North's elite body of young vocal talent. Hand-picked by the Choir's director, lVlr. Leone, they have sacrificed many last minute snatches of sleep in favor of 7:30 A.Nl. rehearsals for their various school and public performances. With a repertoire ranging from Bach to Rogers and Hammerstein, they have sung at the National Honor Society Induction and at the Christmas Assembly as well as at the annual Spring Concert and at Graduation. In October the Choir was in- vited to perform at the Lafayette College Glee Club Concert, and in December before a meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club and at the Chamber of Commerce Christmas Festi- val. Among the outstanding Choir members several have been selected to take part in state and regional competition. Senior Cleo Papavizas and junior Roger Convoy were chosen as repre- sentatives to the All-State Festival at Boston University, and four members, Paul Haight, Marilyn Gore, Steve Crowley, and Cleo Papavizas were accepted at the New England Solo and Ensemble Festival in Burlington, Vermont. All told, the fun of those week end trips and the proud moments of recognition have more than compensated for the many painstaking hours of rehearsal. A joyful noise The Concert Choir at the Christmas Assembly. The Mixed Glee Club. MIXED GLEE CLUB This year the Mixed Glee Club, under the direction of lVlr. Leone, has performed with excellence at the Christmas Assembly and at the Spring Concert. Singing varied types of music, includ- ing spiritual and popular numbers, its members have in their performances reflected great credit upon the lVlusic Department at North. Hallelujah O4 DANCE COMMITTEES The Winter Dance Committee. The Fall Dance Committee. .' J- The officers of the Girls' Club Executive Board: M. Doherty, Vice Presidentg M. Plummer, Treasurerg S. Adams, Secretary: E. Croft President. The Manet Patron Staff. hu JN IVIANET PATRON STAFF Gathering dollars from alumni, parents. and friends, the Patron Staff helped to keep ruthless creditors from room 423. Leading staff member was Mary Ellen Jaehnig, with forty patrons, The Manet Editorial Staff wishes to express its gratitude for the work of all the Patron Staff members. without which publication would not have been possible. The Girls' Club Executive Board. This year the Girls' Club officers were determined to make the Club's traditional projects more dynamic and successful than ever. Opening the season with the "lVlr. Touchdown" dance, the Girls' Club awarded trophies to Tom Lacey and John Nlagnarelli as the outstanding players on the 1966 football team. Soon after, the Thanksgiving food drive was under way, as money and food- stuffs were collected for needy Quincy families. Under the direc- GIRLS' CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD tion of lVlrs. Champney, preparation began early for the midwin- ter social event of the year, the semiformal "Hearts and Flow- ers". The evening of February 11 found the gym adorned with a striking profusion of colorful blossoms and dazzling costumes. As winter turned into spring, lVlay brought the gay antics of the Manet Show which entertained both the audience and the per- formers, and filled the gaps in the Manet's treasury. 10 Six thousand seven hundred one . . L six thousand seven hundred two. . . The Spirit Committee. SPIRIT CCIVIIVIITTEE Under their newly-acquired advisor, lVlr. Leone, the Spirit Committee managed to stir up an unprecedented amount of sup- port for athletics at North. Helen lVlcLaughlin and Barbara Wolfe, Chairmen of the Fall Committee, and. Judy Cross and Merry Lutts, Chairmen of the Winter Committee, led the groups in the planning of such tactics as staging two rallies and smothering the walls in the cafeteria and stairwells with signs and posters, thus creating an extended wave of enthusiasm for all of North's teams. O6 CLASS DAY CUMMITTEE Hundreds of bared knees and dusty pairs of sneakers showed up for the zaniest event of the year. Not even the Class Day Committee and their leader, Mr. Leone, were able to escape the flying water bullets of unlicensed pistols as the mob poured into buses and headed for Lake Pearl. When the too-short event ended we were sandy, happy, exhausted, and even slightly nostalgic. The Class Day Committee. 1- ' The Prom Committee. 1. 1 ii ,A The glittering of crystal glass and the delicate strains of music have dissolved into memories of that evening in May. Behind the beauty were the unglamorous efforts of the Prom Committee, headed by Chairmen Suzanne Sheppard and Ken McPhee, for whom the creation of a perfect setting for "Try to Remember" was a year-long project. PROM COMMITTEE 10 7 O VOLLEYBALL The Girls' Volleyball Team. Filling the gym on Tuesday and Friday afternoons were hordes of blue-suited, hard-driving female athletes, determined to defeat their classmates in fierce games of volleyball and basketball. Picking up points of strategy from their coach, lVliss O'Connor, the girls organized into teams of eight or more, adopting whimsi- cal names like "Bullwinkle's Brigade." As teams were eliminated and seasons drew to a close, everyone recalled the many clumsy and comical moments as well as the ups and downs of competi- tion. Maybe next time Championship Team: The JETS on the way up. The Girls' Basketball Team. CHRLS'SPORTS BASKETBALL O RIFLE CLUB , I G The Rifle Club. We won't Tell if you ITIISS. BCYS' BOWLING Getting together for afternoons of bowling, eating, and pinball shooting, the members ofthe Boys' Bowling Club, under the leadership of Ronnie Pieciul, divided them- selves into six three-man teams. Fired by the prospect of year-end awards, the boys competed both on individual and on team levels, while collectively downing gallons of coke. To hit a peanut-sized bull's-eye at fifty paces was not asking the impossible ot Rifle Club members. Trained by lVlr. Burgess in the sate procedures of gun handling, amateur marksmen learned from each other at Monday night meetings, and sharpened their aim at home on vacations. This year's officers, President Bruce lVlacRitchie, Vice-President Jay lVlclnnis, Secretary Isabel Damon, and Treasurer Chris Connors, joined with others in entering a round of inter-scholastic meets with fledging sharp-shooters from all over the South Shore. The Boys' Bowling Club. Alice Damon pins down her prospects for a strike. GIRLS' BOWLING Congregating at the Norfolk Downs Bowling Alley on Monday afternoons, North girls engaged in friendly competition and painless exercise. Coached by Miss lVlcCoy, these sporting females accumulated a bushel of candy wrappers and felled hundreds of pins. The Girls' Bowling Club. 11 Tri Delta El. Tri Nu Sigma Rho. 2 g Tri Delta El Meeting twice a month at the Quincy Y.lVl.C.A., the members of Tri-Hi-Y have focused their attention on the planning and carry- ing out of monthly service projects. This year's projects included "adopting" a Christmas family from the Family Service Bureau, collecting books for the Quincy City Hospital and the Long Island Hospital, and giving a party at the New England Home for Little Wanderers. Besides having performed community services, the girls have also participated in such fun-oriented activities as pool parties, pajama parties, and a February variety show. Thus the members of the Tri-Hi-Y achieve their goal of learn- ing through co-operation by helping others and forming meaning- ful friendships. Tri Nu Sigma Flho Tri Chesk Cha May Tri Epithea Tri Chesk Ch .qw ' ' 'i lklw .X Tri Epithea T' IVIANET STAFF sb - t E7-pr .- 1-'U 5 .vw Q . :ng - , If ' . - it .x. 1. Beth. "l'Il rant as well as thou." 4 Frank. "More matter, with less art." i Julie and Kathy. "True is it that we have seen better days." 9 Karen: "I would the gods had made thee poeticaI." P-midi nature." Christine. "How pleasant it is to have money." Beth sits in a darkened corner wailing a medieval chant while Frank tries to interest someone in Jorgen jokes. But Chris is fondly stroking dollar bills and Julie is humming jug band tunes as she defaces blackboards. Meanwhile a harried messenger from the Science Department arrives with a box of doughnuts to revive the stalf from the stupor of exhausting work. Typically undistracted by trifles, Frank turns to Karen and Alicia. Foiled. Karen is snickering over secret cartoons and Alicia is drawing languid cats. What about Kathy? Pulverizing light meters again? Despairingly, Frank turns to Miss Harding: "Miss. . "It's your book." "But. . ." "And it must typify your schooI." "You don't seem to. . "lt doesn't matter. lt's all downhill from here, kids." Alicia. To hold, as twere, the mirror up to The Manet Advertising Staff. JA Miss Harding. "They fool me to the top of my bent." "As President, it has been my duty to co-ordinate the plans for various class activities. Yet I feel that credit for the success of our undertakings belongs to the members of the many committees which have worked so effectively behind the scenes. The unglori- fied efforts of a great number of students comprise the essence of the spirit which has made our senior year at North such a memorable one." -Richard Schultz, President ttf? SENIOR CLASS GFFICERS 'E "As an officer it's been great working for such a unified, hard-working group of seniors." -Beverly Hodges, Vice-President "Our class has really proved itself by making this year a wonderful end to our years at North. lt's been a lot of fun working with spirited kids who share such a great enthusiasm for the school." -Marjorie Goren, Treasurer "Working as Class Secretary has been my most enjoyable experience of the past two years. Our class has progressed into one of the best, most unified classes in North's history." -Toby'Felton, Secretary 1 v i Nl R. Schultz: M. Goreng Mr. Leone, Advisor: B. Hodges T. Felton. is ill- 8 J UNIGR CLASS OFFICERS Junior Class Advisor Miss McCoy consults with Presi- dent Ed Vena. "The four officers are deeply grateful to the l members of the class of 1968 for electing them, and hope that they will continue to demonstrate their high degree of spirit next year." -Ed Vena, President. l Junior Class Officers: Georgeanna Wallace, Vice-President: Susan Bloom, Treasurer, Marilyn Anderson, Secretary. Anxious for success, with advisor Miss McCoy and President Ed Vena kindling their ambition, the junior class attained its goal through four well-planned activities. The fall and winter dances drew large crowds and swelled the treasury in preparation for the coming spring events. A memorable prom and a laughter- filled Class Day at Lake Pearl finished out the year with a prom- ise of an even more successful senior year. kwin i- fp ? 'X f ff' Z Qx . nl, 21" ROBIN 'BARR ETT 1 1 1 1 , I. 1. 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'NJN CHEERLEADERS Encouraged by their leader. Brenda Barry, twelve female mob psychologists spend their mornings perfecting ways in which to stir the masses. These known agitators moved into action at foot- ball and basketball games, creating unrest and militance. and, in fact, downright enthusiasm. Their techniques of persuasion. taught by Nliss lVlcCoy, have proven to be powerful tools in the promotion of athletic spirit at North. The Cheerleaders, l ' 'A F? '.. .'. iii". X ' 7 X .- . l FooTBALL l i l 4 1 I 20 We're No. ll This fervent cry was echoed in hoarse shouts, polite conversation, and spontaneous outbursts of spirit. It was more than a morale-boosting chant, for it translated itself into reality. This year North captured the Greater Boston League championship by defeating every team it faced. Strenuous train- ing and the expertness of Coach Leone combined to lead the team to a spectacular string of victories despite the obstacles of inexperience and persistent injuries. Opening against tough opponent Revere, North found itself trailing 8-6 at half-time. But the explosive passing of quarterback Fred Cobban and the startling sixty-four yard run by fullback Don Myer turned the Revere advantage into a 22-16 victory for North. Heartened by this win, the team went on to shut out Lynn English 34-O in an impressive display of defensive strategy led by All- Scholastic John Magnarelli. North's defense again asserted its superiority by leaving the opponents scoreless in a 16-0 win over Malden. All-Scholastic back Ken McPhee intercepted a Malden pass and galloped fifty-seven yards for a touchdown. The Boston Tech game proved an easy victory, but left All-Scholastic end Rich Trubiano with a bruised shoulder. North's 20-8 win over Somerville also came at a high price, with the injury of key play- ers John Magnarelli and All-Scholastic Tom Lacey. Undefeated, yet plagued with injury, the team carried its hopes for the League title onto the muddy Thanksgiving day field to face intra-city rival Quincy. Early in the third quarter Coach Leone realized that quarterback Fred Cobban's injured knee was affecting his play, and was forced to make the difficult decision of taking him out of the game. With sophomore Bob Sleeth replac- ing Cobban, North marched to an 8-O victory over Quincy, and to the Greater Boston League championship. Head Coach Leone. G--sq it f"7f is 1 . . 'Si is H! gt r' ,khgk 1: ff "Q1l ' iw Q21 P, U5 Coaches Sadowski, Frazier, Nolan, and Hill. Captains Fred Cobban, John Magnarelli, and Tom Lacey. i. L' K It's better than cream pies P i CHAMPIONSHIP North Opp. Revere 22 16 Lynn English 34 O Malden 16 O Medford 8 6 Everett 14 6 Boston Tech. 36 6 Somerville 20 8 Quincy 8 O L Seniors and Starters 22 Rich Lawler. George DuGuay. Paul McAlduff. Rich Trubiano. Y'- Frank Santoro. ,4-f' Steve Cahill. the n..l,- -U 4 i -1'-' it Marty Keefe. Don Thomas. Z Ken McPhee. Kevin O'ConnelI. - r--, E I ge nv..-f ...--.1 f"' Billy DiPaulo. Dana Martinson. John Lucier. P.. 4 ., 'fe-.-e A X grf'f'z TM W .ig-ww H-.. ,NT .MA ,M '4 5 ,- -u . A2442 ' ZH., . Ross Ajemian. L gi btw-fv pn.- Kevin Tarmey. Frank Romano. Peter Metherall. Allen Mclntire. Ml Joe Nee. 1' QIPQQIQ -mrs 5 veg-49'.m -fm 26 SOCCER SOCCER SCORES Sharon Hingham Duxbury Avon S. Shore Voc. High Norwell Quincy Sharon Hingham Duxbury Avon S. Shore Voc. High Norwell Quincy North Opp. O 7 1 O 4 1 5 2 2 O 6 O 6 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 6 1 2 1 3 O 1 1 With the aid of a strong offense and the excellent coaching of lVlr. Golding, the Soccer Team rebounded from an opening game loss to traditional rival Sharon, ending the season with a solid 10- 2-2 record. North maintained its reputation as a threatening op- ponent and a well-coordinated team by finishing third, just two points behind first place Sharon, in the South Shore League. Outstanding on offense were Co-Captain Larry DeFelice, high scorer with a total of twenty-nine goals, and center Richard Schultz, both of whom were elected to the Patriot Ledger's All- Scholastic Team. The skillful maneuvers of Co-Captain Steve Verenis and goalie Dan Marini consistently served to pull North out of tight spots. Despite its opening game defeat, the team went on to a 3-2 victory over Sharon and a 6-2 win over Quincy. The year's final game was an intensely exciting, hairbreadth contest with Quincy, this time ending in a tie-a frustrating conclusion to a gratifying season. The Soccer Team. Co-Captain Steve Verenis. ,.4-- Q.. s 0 "And when the Dan gets down to the grass roots. "WG-ua v " X X ref's back was turned . . QUHT.. DUINQ Q. That's using your headf Ed. 7 GOLF TEAM Coached by lVlr. Donahue, the Golf Team sought to better last season's fine record by qualifying for the state finals. Peter Fick, who last year was chosen to participate in the State Schoolboy Golf Tournament, proved to be the team's outstanding player. Practic- ing April through June at the Wollaston Golf Course, the boys have gained valuable instruction in a sport which may prove to be a life-long pastime. Despite the disappointment of last spring, lVlr. Forester's faith in this "sound and sane recreation" ensures a greater measure of success this year. Stricter qualifications for players and an extended practice season have placed many victories within TENNIS TEAM gan 4 YW! 15?-t-A The Golf Team. The Tennis Team. i Tom Carroll. The Gym Team. Co-Captain Jack Lentini. Working out four days a week under the direction of Coach Golding, the Gym Team displayed a high degree of fitness in its interscholastic meets. Serv- ing as tri-captains were Jack Lentini, Paul lVlcAlduff, and Joe Boudreau. Outstanding team members this year were junior Tom Carroll on the still rings, sen- ior Paul McAldutf on the long horse, and senior Joe Boudreau in the floor exercise. GYM TEAM GYM New Bedford Newton Arlington Weymouth Braintree Watertown Brookline TEAM SCO RES North Opp. 87 88 91 108 92 84 91 80 102 115 99 81 96 84 2 BASKETBALL Trailing by five points at the end of the third quarter, North shifted into its high-gear offense, led by Co-Captain and high scorer Ed lVliller, and activated its well-oiled defense under Co- Captain and leading rebounder Rich Trubiano. With agile move- ments and professional ball-handling, the Raiders came from behind to score a 72-68 victory over Dorchester in the closing game of the season. Having gotten off to a slow start by dropping their opening game to Boston English, the team has made a strong comeback, collecting victories in eleven of the twenty games. The able coaching of lVlr. Nolan and lVlr. Vermillion, plus the superior play of Captains lVliller and Trubiano overcame the team's height problem, giving North a sturdy season record. The Basketball Team. "Concentrate on getting the ball into the hoop to- night, fellows!" BASKETBALL SCORES North Boston English 55 lVlalden 55 Revere 65 Dorchester 30 Boston English 64 Chelsea 64 Somerville 69 New Bedford 51 Quincy 73 Medford 63 Everett 54 lVlalden 75 Revere 34 Chelsea 56 Somerville 41 New Bedford 40 Quincy 61 Medford 63 Everett 51 Dorchester 72 OPP 60 74 53 55 62 53 72 60 81 60 72 69 53 53 61 60 56 61 50 68 Steve Martinson. Ken She-aff, 6-4 .N 1 U , Q 4' vv Av f1""' X -fri? Rich TI'Ubi3I1O. Frank Santgrol Dan Marini. Paul Donahue. Richard Serafini. 13 North gets a jump on the opposition. 32 I ,N One-two-three, one-two-three . . . Eddie Miller "Go, go, get 'um, get 'um, R-A-I-D-E-R-S!" Steve Martinson. Well-wishers. 4 Every time I get ready to shoot they move the basket. SPRING TRACK and CROSS COUNTRY -- -A-v": F -l'2fT.I- S' - ,' '4....-J' -. .'-hl'Lh. 34 John Magnarelli. Joe Nee. Peter Day. Frank Damon. Steve Cahill. Rich Trubiano. AI Regele Tom Lacey. OW my toe' 'fl il ., I LS' WSP- ,iw-Q-'4' 4' Coach Gentry, about to be trampled. North spirit overcomes all obstacles. Not to be discouraged by their 3-6 record of last year, the Spring Track Team worked to get into shape amidst an air of determination and confidence. With many lettermen returning, Coach Gentry and Captain Tom Lane guaranteed a fine season with record-shattering performances in several events. Taking over for retiring Coach Lyons, lvlr. Gentry trained his boys in speed and endurance forthe two and one-half mile cross country race. This fall the course record was broken by junior George Bray, with Captain Graham Murray and senior Frank Damon following close behind. 36 25' lajftly ,PW if ef The Winter Track Team. Ah, the taste of victory! Could it have been his o'er-vaulting ambition? WINTER TRACK Coach Gentry's Winter Track Team smashed three long-stand- ing records and showed overall improvement despite the fact that its won-lost tally was the same as that of last year. Senior Pete Day broke the fifteen-year-old shotput record, while Captain Fred Brune ran 'the forty-five yard hurdle race with unprecedented speed and placed fifth in the State lVleet. Junior Joe lVlassie set a new record for the three -hundred yard run, as just one of the outstanding underclassmen who promise to enhance North's po- tential as a threatening track power. Stand back!" Brockton Arhngton Somerville Quincy Watertown Newton Randmph North 28 43 44 46 32 37 30 DD- 58 43 42 40 54 49 56 "Go or I'lI shoot." One, two, three, redlight! 7 HGCKEY Q. 1.-at q Versatility proved to be the central factor in the Hockey Team's improvement this year, with many team members playing different positions with equal proficiency. Opening with a star- tling eight to zero win over Don Bosco, North accumulated three more victories and lost three games by only one goal. A formida- ble defense Ied by Captain Fred Cobban and goalie Gerald Con- nolly was a powerful adjunct to the offensive wizardry of forwards Ken lVlcPhee and Kevin O'Connell. Juniors Wayne DeShamp and Tom Henderson closed the gaps in North's line and encouraged Coach Laing in his optimistic predictions for next season. Lose a puck? 138 Coach Laing and Co-Captains Fred Cobban and Phil Mannix. Wayne DeShamp trips along toward the goal. , bl g-5.1111 -. North brings them to their knees. Bill Degan. f"" Bobby Pierce stirs up trouble North's team inAa meditative mood. yr Q K . K o o , ,,.,, - M Qmf . 1,1 a . i X f i . W FII WI ICI 'AHead and shoulders, knees and 40 toes. . ." '. Scott swings. Jw? QQ? ,MH lf Coach Lewis. Steve's way out in left field. X. 'W BASEBALL The Baseball Team. e Last year North's Baseball Team won nine out of fifteen games, as graduation spared many talented underclassmen. This spring Coach Lewis looked to his veteran players, and particu- larly to outfielders Dan lVlarini and Fred Cobban for the top-notch individual play essential to a winning team. 14 The Majorettes. 42 IVIAJOFKETTES Indian feathers and flashes of red-a far-off glimpse of the lVlajorettes twirling their way across the field at half-time. Headed by Wendy Paige and Barbara Zoia, they joined forces with the band to perform at numerous rallies and parades. Under the direction of their sponsor, Miss O'Connor, the Nla- jorettes managed to practice throughout the sum- mer and to polish four new routines for their cli- mactic performance on Thanksgiving Day. K I Pow wow 7Z::f.Z W 'f 'h" Z can , E'f ..3i:,f-.?i if i' f I, TL-D Z 4 n f' E K 'T-?-?"""1 -' UQ f r ' Q y H559 ,ggi L X f ' ' - f?--5"i'i1:- ' A Q miw ' T ,353-gy 'P-nn frriswsggiil-favs: Sri, A . A il., A!-JN!! r 6' rf' , ' ' Aww, " . fy-Q1 4 . '4 I 4 K V". -.- .1'1'1-1 v.4', .vn Ag! 1 'P QU ,n ,. 'I ' .v .11 1 u. X si ' , I .,l 1 1 Al N" .ff..., if 1 I J .,x .x3.-Y .1,,N ' "VI 1, . xr. IV' ' NW 1. Vg ,Y R x ,rf-,.5 ' 1,1 4 8 J , s , , .1 E ,mf 1 7,'.,f'- ,L in 'Y 4ffx'1,'.li.1,-.f"'.J' ' Q v U' '1 'g1"4 H ' ' r 'wil 'J - lf' I w 1 l f .1J'.vx'. -fm,mV.,5.m.l, .hu H . A, 1 4' In .V ,. x .,,.,gN ,,X 1' . I , 1 A A v 9 lr -'A A H ,,," s fx f s'?"i up 1' - 'ff .N-g, x ' .f 5 1.1 f v ."!1y" ' .4 - nf- , -4.1 ' ' ,J Se -1 , .A - 'I A, uve, u 3, .- R, . ., ,guy V ,,.,, wx.- .,....4 sun 4.- N.: an A -rf ' ww' ,Sf I - 1 ,.g. in-4n.ln:'E?--Z - W H 4 , ,.,., 3 ,.,'-"' 45 whim' Y- F14- INL .lf 46 47 48 "I am a part of all that I have metg Yet all experience is an arch vvherethrough Gleams that untravelled world whose margin fades For ever and for ever when I move."' f Ury byAlf cl L dT y A Faculty Member Marie D. Banks Agnes Berry Mr. St Mrs. Leslie Black Mrs. James Bready Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas M. Buchanan Mr. Bunker Mr. Arthur Burgess Paul J. Carlin Martin H. Casey Alfred B. Cawthorne Mrs. Robert Champney Robert E. Charron, lll Mary E. Conlin Mr. 8t Mrs. Joseph P. Cunniff Marjorie E. Currier Mr. Peter DeVore Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Dicilio and Family Priscilla Dolloff John J. Donahue FACULTY PATRGNS Alan D. Duckworth Rose C. Enos L. Gordene Everett Charles Forester Mrs. Janice Forester Robert A. Gentry G. T. Golding Alice Gray Miss R. Gundal Mrs. Alexander Harding Mary Harding Margaret I. M. Horn Miss Horrigan Mr. G. Howland Mrs. Hope E. Jahn Edmund J. King Mrs. Margaret King Barbara R. Krabek Mr. Carl F. Leone Margaret L. Locke Gerald J. Lyons Mr. MacWilliam Mrs. Margaret M. Mahoney Mrs. Dorothy McAuliffe Katherine G. McCoy Mr. 84 Mrs. John E. McLaughlin Ruth Meisner Roy B. Merritt Esther A. Morrison Ruth E. Mills Mrs. Michael Moskowitz Charles L. Munson John J. Murphy Mr. Robert Nolan Mary L. O'Connor Alfredo Peterson B. P. Ridge Mr. 8t Mrs. Gerald Ridge Mr. W. Roberts Mr. M. E. Roberts Thaddeus P. Sadowski Mrs. Dale Salm A. M. Savitsky Barbara Simpson and Family Mr. Roy Sinclair Roland Small Paul S. Stanton Winifred Stewart Florence Stowe Mr. Tanguay Mrs. Winifred Tikkanen Sara Tolchinsky Katherine R. Townsend Mr. St Mrs. Earl E. Vermillion John W. Walsh Caroline Welch Joanne B. Wilcin Marie E. Youngerman Miss E. Zentmyer QUINCY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 1966 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS "Albert H. Cochrane Memorial Scholarship" Janice Gherardi University of Connecticut Susan LaHive g Lasell Jr. College Carol Pistone University of Massachusetts Robert Rayner Middlebury College Elaine Spacone Northeastern University Paul Abbott '67 Mr. St Mrs. T. P Abbott Flo Hunnan Affsa '66 A Friend Peter Aitchison Mr. George R. Alcott and Family Mrs. Barbara Aldrich Richard Allison '67 Miss Ellen Amrhein '68 Mr. St Mrs. Charles G. Anderson Mr. St Mrs. James L. Anderson Marilyn Anderson '68 R. Anderson Donna Andrews Anonymous Miss Dorothy M. Ardlni '61 Miss Mary Jane Ardini '65 Mr. St Mrs. John A. Ardini Miss Rita L. Ardini '64 Christopher Aronne '67 Art Guild Mr. St Mrs. Thomas Ashman Mr. St Mrs. John Attridge Paul Audette Mary D. Bair Mr. St Mrs. Frank Baker Jr. and Family Mr. 8t Mrs. Robert Baker Susan E. Baker '66 Mr. St Mrs. Wm. Baker Barbara Balkam '64 John Barkas Mr. St Mrs. Harold Barnes Mr. Albert L. Barrett Brenda Barry and Family Daniel Barry Miss Helen Barry '60 Mr. St Mrs. John J. Barry Pirt. Mark Bartoloni Dr. Arthur H. Bearon '57 Frank J. Beatrice Jr. Mr. 8t Mrs. William Bell Jr. Norman Belliveau Robert Bergeron Richard Berry Mr. J. C. Bezanson '65 Mrs. P. C. Bezanson Billy-M.H.S. '68 Bingey '66 Mr. St Mrs. Dominic Bioni Mr. Robert E. Blair Mr. 8t Mrs. Robert Blair and Family Jacques Boiroux Connie Borgendale '64 Mr. L. O. Borgendale Mrs. Robert E. Bostwick Mr. St Mrs. Frank J. Boudreau The Braun Family David Brean John B. Breen Jr. and Family Alice Bretagne Mr. tit Mrs. Andrew Bretagne Mr. Xt Mrs. Richard F. Bretagne Mrs. Gerard Britt Barry Brosnan '67 Bernie Brown '67 Susan Browne '34 Frederick Brune Mr. St Mrs. Charles Brustin Mrs. Walter L. Bryan '42 Mr. tit Mrs. Anthony L. Buonamano and Family Mr. Bt Mrs. Rocco A. Buonvicino Miss Joyce A. Burgess '66 Miss Ann Marie Burke '64 Mr. St Mrs. Bernard J. Burke Mr. :St Mrs. E. T. Burke Mrs. Edward A. Burke Edwina M. Burke '64 Elizabeth Burke Gail Burke Jackie Burke Mr. St Mrs. James Burke Janice Burke '66 Mr. St Mrs. John Burke Mr. St Mrs. John E. Burke Mrs. Muriel L. Burnhauser '41 Robert C. J. Buscher Mr. James S. Butler Mr. St Mrs. Alfred Byk Mr. Peter Calimeris Mr. Et Mrs. John J. Callahan Jr. Mr. St Mrs. Joseph Campanale Miss Dotti Cappola '67 Ralph Cappola '66 Mr. St Mrs. Ralph Cappola Mr. 8t Mrs. G. Carlson Mr. Et Mrs. William Carney Mr. 8t Mrs. Paul S. Carosi Mr. William Connall Frank J. Casey PATBO NS Kathleen Cashman Betsy Chaggaris Billy Chaggaris Mr. 8t Mrs. Fred Chaggaris Georgia Chaggaris '67 John Chaisson '64 Carlton P. Chandler Marguerite Vann Chandler Mr. 8t Mrs. Donald Christie Mr. 8t Mrs. Louis W. Ciarfella John H. Clancy Diane A. Clare Paul Clement '63 Mr. 8. Mrs. Frederick J. Cobban and Family Mr. 8t Mrs. James Coleman Joanne Colligan Brother Columban Connolly C.F.X. Mrs. Mary Connolly Mr. 8t Mrs. Robert F. Connolly Margaret Lawler Conroy Miss Sue Cook Peter J. Cooke '37 Miss Arlene Cooper Mr. 8t Mrs. David Cooper Mr. 8t Mrs. Milton L. Cooper and Family Mr. 8t Mrs. Richard J. Corbin Mr. 8t Mrs. Cornell Mr. 8t Mrs. Herbert Corrigan Jane Cotter '68 William J. Cotter '66 George Cowie Mr. 8t Mrs. Henry Coyman Mr. St Mrs. William Coyne Mr. tit Mrs. Willard Crayton and Family Mr. 8t Mrs. Glendon Crowell Mr. Xt Mrs. Joseph D. Cree Lynn Marie Cree Mrs. Peter Crespi Mrs. David Croft Miss Esther Croft Marty Curry Jr. '64 Mrs. Cecelia Curtin Christine Curtin '67 Mr. 8t Mrs. David E. Curtin Jr. and Family Mr. 8t Mrs. Emanuel Cuscianna Mr. 8t Mrs. David Dahoros Mr. 8t Mrs. Maurice J. Daly William Daly Mr. St Mrs. Ralph Dalziel The Damon Family of Squantum Mr. 8t Mrs. Frank C. Damon '38 Mr. Frank C. Damon Ill Miss Isabel Damon Mr. John Damon John R. Danckert '48 John C. Danehy Mr. and Mrs. Domenic D'Arcangelo Frank D'Arcangelo Maria D'Arcangelo Mr. 8t Mrs. Edwin Davidson Mr. St Mrs. Frederic G. Davis and Family Gail Davis '68 Mr. St Mrs. Isaac C. Day and Family Miss Patricia Day '68 Mr. 8t Mrs. Robert Day and Family Mr. 8t Mrs. Edward Deane Elaine Degan '66 Paul Del Greco Mrs. Marie DeLollis John L. Delorey Mrs. Frances Jones Denneen '42 Robert E. Denneen '40 Mr. St Mrs. Walter De Schamp Mr. 8t Mrs. Robert C. Deshler Miss Jane M. Desrosiers Mr. tit Mrs. Henry A. Devaney Brenda Devers '66 Mr. 8t Mrs. L. H. Devers Mr. Et Mrs. Francis L. Devine Martha Deware C. Jane Dickey Mary DiLillo Mr. 8t Mrs. Henry Dillon Mr. 8t Mrs. Ramon Dillon Cindy DiTullio '68 John "Molie" Doherty Ann Donohoe '66 Mrs. Mary Donohoe Mr. 8t Mrs. Edward J. Donovan Mr. St Mrs. Kenneth Donovan and Family Thomas Dowling Mr. St Mrs. James Doyle Philip Dresser Phyllis Dreyer '48 Mrs. James Edward Drinkwine '17 Joseph Driscoll Robert Driscoll '43 Jessie Duncan Mrs. Roberta Speirs Dunfield '54 Peter Dunleavy '62 Mr. St Mrs. John M. Dyke Mrs. Wm. Edgehille Mr. St Mrs. Kenneth Edson Mr. tit Mrs. Newell Elkington Mr. Edward A. Ellis Mr. 8t Mrs. C. F. 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Ask your Guldance Counselor to tell you when and where to apply :E New England Telephone Part of the Natnonwude Bell System QUINCY JUNIOR COLLEGE wwf ,fo 47, . , Q, KNOWLEDGE- A COMMUNITY COLLEGE SERVING QUINCY AND THE SOUTH SHORE PROGRAMS OF STUDY EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES 9 ATIS ami 50611665 0 Programs Leading To Transfer To Four-Year Colleges ' General Education O Terminal Programs Leading Directly To Positions In 0 Business Administration Business Ami lndusu-y O Evening Courses For Part-lime 0 Secretarial Students Approved by the Board of Collegiate Authority, Massachusetts Department of Education to confer the Associate in Art and the Associate in Science Degree. ADVANTAGES OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE 0 LOW TUITION o NEAR TO HOME 0 SMALL CLASSES 0 INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING PRESIDENTS' CITY MOTEL . Fqmnus . "A Home Away From Home" ITALIAN DISHES . TAKE HOME . Orders Prepared in 15 Min. Phone Ahead - - - Q! 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MASSACHUSETTS i iR Mcvmldw E N GI N E E RIN G 'Wi' "fum 5LDf.2f?gilf'7ssT'sT5Tff'S1ii f rz'l.':i'I':'35."????i .,.S 29' A 9 5,5 S,'S iiiiiiif C0-f 'NC s.s,sssss w ifgfiia Iififviff SSSSSSSSSSSSS 25' lfgslfliiiifiiff OPEN: H C Y 3 lily nuumm. 0 scinnv our eff M D ld' wk S WHERE QUALITY STARTS FRESHR.E?TA:'Y11'l'TDA: ' NORTH QUINCY IVIEFICHANTS ALBERT R. COBB 125 Billings Rd. Compliments of. . . THE NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL BOOSTER'S CLUB David T. Brown President HARRY,S SHOES 40 Billings Rd. AL TURNER HARDWARE 471 Hancock St. Compliments of. . . District Attorney GEORGE G. BURKE Sz Councilor-at-Large RICHARD W. BARRY NORFOLK DOWNS BOWLING LANES 421 Hancock St. S. H. COUCH CO., INC 3 Arlington St. RO FOOD MART DERRINGER THE FL RIST NORFOLK FLOWER . AST MW Del. ef, 0 SHOP 8, WALTER J. HANNON C 1V 389 Hancock St. NURSERIES INC. TIRE C0. 47 Billings Rd. 495 Hancock St. 287 Hancock St. BAKER DRUG 1 15 Billings FASHION QUALITY Norman W. Pemberton Inc. CLEANERS 67 Billings Rd. 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Ayers, President, H. Rollins, Secretary, M. Cochran, M. Lutts, D. Granfield. Row 2: B. Shea, J. Wilson, D. Bregoli, P. Donohoe, S. Adams, K. Stephansky, H. Donohoe, J. Leavens, J. Stokinger, D. Scott, P. McNeice, C. Guest, T. Malzone, P. Aitchison, Mr. P. Carlin. DEBATING CLUB, Page 82. g Row 1: J. Rogers, S. Sheppard, Mr. A. Duckworth, W. Paige, C. Smith. Row 2: J. Cameron, C. Johnson, B. Killeen. NORTH STAR, Page 82. Row 1: M. Goren, Activities Editor, K. McClean, Layout and Editor, M. Kelley, M. Jaehnig, Editor-in-Chief, J. Ardini, Sports Editor, M. Saunders, N. Rollins, Busi- ness Manager. Row 2: L. Stone, C. Senter, M. Fitzgerald, Assistant Editor, G. Fallon, Photographer, I. Damon, Photographer, J. Gordan, M. Hoffman. Row 3: A. Vetterlein, H. Saffer, N. Green, J. Shaughnessy, S. Sheppard, W. Paige. KEY CLUB, Page 83 Row 1: R. McConnell, R. Askin, J. Stamos, J. O'Connor, R. Ourgoorlian, Secre- tary, G. Murray, Vice-President, T. Mullen, President, R. Savage, Treasurer, S. Warner, E. Rudner, P. Badger, D. Caddan. Row 2: D. Marini, G. Flier, N. Culvzon, R. Salhaney, R. Grazer, G. Blackwell, J. Sarjeant, T. Orlando, P. Aitchison, K. Thomas, E. Evans, J. Duggan, H. Levenson, C. Deveus, Mr. P. Carlin. Row 3: D. Magee, R. Carter, W. MacKenzie, J. Quinn, C. Connors, R. O'Hanley, S. Verenis, R. Bradley, W. McGue, W. Meehan, W. Stone, M. Kenneally, E. Carr, K. Allen. Row 4: R. Giger, B. Shea, P. Brennan, J. Murphy, D. Richardson, G. Fallon, R. Blair, G. Smith, G. Bray, D. Curry. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, Page 85. Row 1: J. Cross, M. Saunders, C. Curtin, E. Lutfy, Secretary, M. White, Vice- President, A. Agresti, President, B. Brown, Treasurer, D. Fencer, K. McClean, K. Pratt. Row 2: Mrs. R. Black, E. Vodola, L. Schultz, K. Scott, D. Granfield, S. Ciarfella, K. Bita, G. Donovan, C. Carr, C. Green, W. Paige, Mr. L. Miceli. Row 3: D. Baker, J. Molinari, P. Brennan, F. Bomba, D. Yee, F. Yeomans, P. Metherall, J. Peak, R. Robertson, R. Schultz, M. Doherty. 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Levine. STAGE BAND, Page 101 U Row 1: R. Frazer, T. Stewart, V. Penella, A. Vento, R. Simmons. Row 2: J. Crowley, B. Yuscavitch, J. Kubit. Row 3: J. Sooper, N. Randall, V. Giaimo, M. Wolbarst, A. Rodman, M. Levine, D. Mulhearn. Standing: C. Rolfs, S. King, P. Haight, E. Crowley, Mr. F. Rull, Mr. C. Leone. MIXED GLEE CLUB, Page 103. Row 1: D. Vondette, H. McLaughlin, M. Wigmore, C. Sharp, C. Joly, M. DiLillo, L. Troccoli, A. Barron, J. Gustafson, E. Hirtle, E. Lutfy. Row 2: L. Lantery, P. Morash, S. Ciarfella, A. Rodman, W. MacKenzie, R. Robertson, R. Schultz, R. Carter, R. Ougoorlian, F. Cathcart, S. Parker, S. Cohen, Mr. C. Leone. WINTER DANCE COMMITTEE, Page 104. Row 1: J. Romano, C. Papavizas, T. Felton, R. Schultz, M. Goren, B. Hodges, C. Ordway, J. Gustafson, R. Lawler, K. Scanlon, P. Gott. Row 2: E. Fraser, G. Gagnon, A. McKenzie, S. Duffy, L. Giampietro, M. Jaehnig, J. Fong, S. Tobin, C. Lowe, B. Cuscianna, S. Duca, Mr. C. Leone. Row 3: P. Brennan, F. Cobban, H. Norris, P. 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Gordan. Row 2: Miss M. O'Connor, T. Rogg, A. Fagan, J. O'Malley, M. Kelley, T. Malzone, E. Amrhein, M. McAvoy. G. Wallace, C. DiTullio, J. Cotter, S. Kerrissey, M. White. Row 3: I. Damon, C. Carr. J. Gazzola, S. Giorgetti, M. Begley, L. Jordan, K. Regan, C. Fatseas, J. Faragher M. Hemphill, K. Flaherty. Row 4: M. Weafer, S. Moore, B. Hodges, F. Connell, M Doherty, D. Baker, C. Smith, C. Joyce, J. Cattanach, L. Josselyn. RIFLE CLUB, Page 110. Row 1: M. Grenon: S. Leschernier: C. Connors, Treasurer: J. Mclnnis. Vice- President: B. MacRitchie, President: I. Damon, Secretary: J. Pinto: M. Chetwynd, Row 2: E. Buonamano, D. Mulhearn, B. Brown, P. Day, F. Romano, P. Gately, F. Skeiber, R. Gormley, Mr. A. Burgess. BOYS' BOWLING, Page 110. Row 1: P. Gately, J. Lagodimos, R. Askin, G. Murray, R. Palmer, G. Smith, Row 2: T. Sarruda: T. Giguere: A. Tasselari: R. Pieciul, Head. GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB, Page 111. Row 1: C. Chisolm: B. Senter: S. Hemingway: S. Bretagne, Secretary: S. Bloom, Vice-President: A. Damon, President: D. Leavens, Treasurer: E. Hirtle: C. Lowe: V. O'Hara. Row 2: Miss K. McCoy, J. Pinto, B. Cuscianna, K. Foye, G. Manning, G. O'Meara, D. Cobb, M. White, D. Fencer, K. Pratt, I. Damon, S. Allen. Row 3: C. Morrill, M. Mclntyre, R. Laskowski, D. Verde, K. Vaughn, M. Wigmore, S. Carter. M. LeBlanc, C. Carr, K. McNally. Row 4: T. Bogg, D. Kovalski, C. Chandler, P allclrqash, M. McCabe, M. Weafer, C. Joyce, M. Vennesland, J. Fraher, A. Higgin- o am. TRI DELTA EL, Page 112. Row 1: N. White: D. Fencer: M. Doherty, Chaplain: F. Connell, Secretary: J Cattanach, President: J. Gustafson, Vice-President: S. Kerrissey, Treasurer: K Kuhns: K. Johnson: D. Franklin. Row 2: E. Jones, E. Silver, P. Gott, P. Geso, K. glaEghrr2,IL. Theriault, F. MacLean, W. Paige, C. Sharpe, L. Serafinelli, K. Scanlon . ia e a. NU SIGMA RHO, Page 112. Row 1: H. McLaughlin: M. Saunders: D. Scott: D. Baker, Chaplain: C. Merca- dante, Treasurer: S. Sheppard, President: C. Lane, Vice-President: T. Felton Secretary: J. Gordan. Row 2: D. Cappola, A. McKenzie, S. Adams, G. Gagnon, M. Goren, H. Rollins, M. Moore, M. Plummer, C. Smith. Row 3: E. Croft. K lglcGillivray, L. Schultz, N. Rollins, J. Shaughnessy, B. Hodges, K. Moore, B arry. CHESK CHA MAY, Page 113. Row 1: C. Morrill: E. Welch: C. Jamieson: L. Leavitt, Secretary: B. Zola. Presi- dent: M. Falciani, Vice-President: S. Byk: J. Cameron. Row 2: G. Mitchell: K Kelly: J. Schottmiller: J. Feeley: N. Brustin: S. Duffy, Chaplain: S. Riley. TRI EPITHEA, Page 112. Row 1: G. Chaggaris: K. Pratt, Chaplain: D. Paul: A. Damon, President: M. Lutts. Vice-President: K. Stephansky, Secretary: S. Steele: L. Giampietro: B. Sweeney. Row 2: C. Papavizas, L. Redmond, J. Romano, M. Wigmore, S. Bretagne, P. Stevens, E. Kirby, E. Hemphill, J. Swanson, C. Morrison, J. Masotta. MANET ADVERTISING STAFF, Page 115 Row 1: G. Gagnon: C. Curtin, Business Manager: L. Needleman: D. Mulhearn. Row 2: P. Haight, R. Mollica, F. Romano. CHEERLEADERS, Page 119. Kneeling: D. Scott: M. Moore: D. Baker: B. Barry, Head: B. Hodges: K. Stephan- sky: A. Fagan. Standing: Miss K. McCoy, J. Gordan, P. Day, C. Trefry. E. MacDonald, D. Dixon, F. Flaherty, D. Cappola. FOOTBALL TEAM, Page 120 Row 1: R. Ajemian, S. Cahill, B. DiPaulo, J. Lucier, D. Thomas, K. McPhee. F. Cobban, T. Lacey, J. Magnarelli, R. Lawler, P. McAlduff, R. Trubiano. J. Nee. K. O'Connell, P. Metherall. Row 2: Coach R. Nolan, F. Romano, R. Baker. E. Vena. J. Holmes, B. Walker, L. Bray, B. Sleeth, D. Kelley, D. Meyer. M. Keefe. A. Mclntyre, G. DuGuay, Coach R. Frazier, Coach C. Leone. Row 3: Coach T. Sadowski, B. Bertoni, K. Colleran, A. Pierce, B. Degan, G. Fallon. K. Lippins. J. 165 Lane, J. McCarthy, L. Trubiano, K. Tarmey. Row 4: Mr. L. Hill, P. Langille, S. LeShane, D. Gillespie, S. Deyeso, T. Piscatelli, J. Massey, A. Bartelson, R. Pierce, D. Martinson, F. Santoro. Row 5: C. Devers, M. Riley, J. Connerty, R. Swirbalis, R. Grazer, R. Cobban, L. Carreri, P. Tanofsky. Row 6: M. Howard, D. Magee, M Magee, R. Mensledg, A. Goodman, L. Buccini, F. Costa, C. MacDonald. Row 7: P. Bouchie, J. Galvin, R. Boyd, T. Foley, S. Mclntyre. Row 8: W. Graney, C Connors, W. McVey, R. Coy, J. Duggan, L. Munson. SOCCER TEAM, Page 126. Row 1: D. Marini: R. Schultz: M. London: A. Regele: L. DeFelice, Captain: E. Miller: R. Courtney: J. Cavagnaro: M. Rodenstein: D. Duncan. Row 2: R. Mollica W. Mulvey, G. Regan, M. Kenneally, W. Ayers, J. Yee, J. Greene, R. Glynn, Ti Lane, Coach G. Golding. Row 3: J. Murphy: M. Nankin: B. Shea: P. Greenspan B. Heale :J Nicholson C. West: R Nicholson S. Verenis Ca tain R Bradle Y . 3 . 7 , D I - Y- Row 4: R. Savage, B. McNamara, K. Salomaa, P. Bennett, P. Haight, S. Chandler, P. Kline. GOLF TEAM, Page 128. R. Askin, G. Hamlin, J. Doucey, Coach J. Donahue, P. Fick, M. Dolan. TENNIS TEAM, Page 128 R. Perry, R. Grazer, Coach C. Forester, J. Murphy, R. Savage. GYM TEAM, Page 129. Coach G. Golding, P. McAlduff, T. Carroll, J. Clancy, F. Archer, P. Leavitt, H Newell, J. Damon, J. Boudreau, S. DeMattio, J. Duggan, J. Lentini, B. Smith, B Lauman, P. Bouchie, J. Vaughn, R. Perry. BASKETBALL TEAM, Page 130 Kneeling: Coach E. Vermillion, E. Miller, J. Magnarelli, Coach R. Nolan. Standing: D. Marini, R. Bradley, P. Donahue, K. Sheaff, R. Schuler, F. Santoro, A. Mclver, R. Trubiano, G. Fallon, R. Serafini, J. Ducey, S. Martinson, R. Sleeth. WINTER TRACK TEAM, Page 136 Row 1: S. DiMattio, R. McConnell, P. Day, K. Larsen, T. Lane, F. Brune, A. Regele, A. Russo, F. Damon, R. Laycock. Row 2: G. Lelacheur, J. Agresti, D. Magee, J. Shea, G. Bray, R. Blair, G. Murray, S. Burke, J. Massie, C. Maguire, C. Dever, Coach R. Gentry. Row 3: J. Alberino, S. Clifford, S. Poore, T. Bevans, G. Regan, R. O'Hanley, M. Noonan, E. Clanton. HOCKEY TEAM, Page 138. Row 1: M. Nantel: K. Kline: J. Maher: P. Mannix, Co-Captain: F. Cobban, Co- Captain: K. O'ConneIl: R. Barry: R. Cobban: K. McPhee: J. Donovan. Row 2: Coach R. Laing, G. Connelley, W. Deschamp, T. Henderson, R. Pierce, P. Donnelin, J. Ardini, W. Degan, R. Bertoni, J. Murray, L. Curreri, J. Connelley, K. Colleran, R. Gardiner. THE BASEBALL TEAM, Page 141. Row 1: K. McPhee, F. Cobban, E. Miller, S. Chandler, W. Cochran, G. Connelly. Row 2: S. Verenis, D. Marini, A. Petit, G. Connelly, Coach R. Lewis. MAJORETTES, Page 142. Left to right: B. Zoia, Head: G. Watson: D. Cox: M. Shaw: S. Duffy: D. Franklin: S. Ciarfella: N. Chute: S. Sweeney: M. Begley: P. Geso: G. Branton: D. Frizzell: C. Smith: W. Paige, Head. SCHCDOL HELPERS 'fffiillf' STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS Mr. Carlin Mr. Leone Miss McCoy L1 IL-1..- Tom, Karen, Chris, Julie, Frank, Alicia, Beth. FROIVI THE EDITORS. We the editors of the Manet wish to extend our sincerest thanks to all those who have assisted in our attempt to recreate the school year 1966-67. 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