Stoughton High School - Stotonian / Semaphore Yearbook (Stoughton, MA)
- Class of 1973
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Activities 119 Sports 149 Advertisements 174 Contents Facuity 11 Seniors 33 Reaching out for the future, Remembering the past . . . When trying to discover what you want in life, when reaching out for answers and for help, and when wishing you could once again be three years old, try not to be- come discouraged . . . " You are a child of the universe no less than the trees and the stars: you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is un- folding as it should. Therefore, be at peace with God, whatever you conceive him to be. And whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. With all its shame, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. " —from Desiderata ' My feet are killing mel ' With each victory we soar to new heights. To get along with others, Go along with others Team Spirit. 8 Faculty Dear Faculty: As we leave SHS, we gradually become a little less secure. It ' s so hard to grow away from those whom we love and respect. It was through your patience and interest to- wards us as both individuals and class, that we have been able to work and expand. Be- cause of you we have learned to do for our- selves, and care for others. We owe so much to each and every one of you. Every faculty member of Stoughton High has, in some way, shaped our person- alities and become a part of us. The Class of ' 73 12 4 » 10 11 16 17 1£ F5 23242J 30 31 MR. ZAPUSTAS, Director " All right, gentlemen! " MR. CULLEN " Sports-activities which mal e the people of a nation hardy, such as sitting on a cold slab of concrete in the rain in a stadium. " —Anonymous MRS. VOGEL. School Nurse " Where don ' t you feel good? ' MR. MEROTH " Did you take a shower? " Physical Education Heaitli Office MRS. FOLEY " Of course you have to take a shower! " MISS LeVANGIE " Skiing is a winter sport that people learn in several sittings. " —Anonymous MRS. TRIANTAFYLLOS " I ' m not here tomorrow! ' 13 MR. MAIOLI " Go out and shoot him, her, anyone! " MR. A. McCarthy " Let ' s show a little enthusiasm! ' MISS ENGELKEMIER " Keep your eyes on the book! " Business Education MR. BOUSHELL " Business is a combination of war and sport. " —Andre Maurois MISS BUCKLEY " Nowhere with either more quiet or more freedom from trouble does a man retire than into his own soul. " —Marcus Aurelius 14 MISS DOHERTY " This letter at 60! " MRS. REIDY " Business underlies everything in our national life . . . " — Woodrow Wilson MR. BERNIER " Business is often a battle of wits and some businessmen are unarmed. " —Anonymous MRS. RICHMOND, Director " Business as usual. " Special Education MRS. MacQUOWN " ... I was still learning when I taught my last class. " —Claude Fuess Reading MISS ROTHAUG " Reading is an ingenious device for avoiding thought. " —Sir Arthur Helps MRS. PFAU " Reading is thinking with someone else ' s head instead of your own. " —Arthur Schopenhauer 15 Social Studies MR. CORMIER, Coordinator " Get rid of the gum! " MR. ERICKSON " I don ' t make jokes. I watch the government and report the facts. " —Will Rogers MR. Mcdonald " Didn ' t I tell you this already? " MR. E. McCarthy " History is bunk. " —Henry Ford MR. LYNCH " Why don ' t you put that up on the board? " MR. DALY A democracy is a country where " you say what you like and do what you ' re told ' ktmrnM -Gerald Berry 16 MR. BUCKLIN " The only kids who could possibly be better than today ' s kids are to- morrow ' s. " MR. O ' MALLEY " History is only a confused heap of facts. " Lord Chesterfield MR. EDMONSTON " The American government is a rule of the people, by the people, for the boss. " Austin O ' M alley MR. DAWE " Aw, come on! ' MRS. FLANAGAN " America is the greatest poem. " Walt Whitman 17 MR. COEN, Coordinator " I make it a point never to smoke more than one cigar at a time! " Mark Twain MR. McLELLAN " You are neither the giant of your dreams, nor the dwarf of your fears . . . " MISS SULLIVAN " How many of you have read this? " MRS. ROSENTHAL " Poetry, " said Emilia, " seems like talking on tiptoe. " George Meredith MR. FITZMAURICE " A classic is something that everyone wants to have read, and nobody wants to read. " Mark Twain English 18 MRS. KRAUSE " The real purpose of books is to trap the mind into doing Its own thinking. " Chris Morley MR. CHAMBERLAIN " You meatball! " MR. CLARK " I ' m your preacher. " " Books are the true university. " MRS. WEDDLETON MISS MOORE Thomas Carlyle " Did I ever tell you about the time . . To the class of 1973 An enjoyable class . . . Best of wishes to all of you. MR. COLOMBO " What is the use of a book, " " There are books of which the backs thought Alice, " without pictures and covers are by far the best parts. " or conversations? " Charles Dickens Lewis Carroll 19 English Library MR. TAPPER " LeJomenado! " MR. McDERMOTT, Librarian Thank you from all the students who like a quiet place to study. Mattiematics MR. CABRAL, Coordinator A wish to ' 73: " Salud, Amor, y pe- setas y el tiempo para gustarlos. " MR. PELTIER " Mathematics may be defined as the subject in which we nev- er know what we are talking about, nor whether what we say is true. " Bertrand Russell MISS FLANGHEDDY The " human computer " says, try ' s not my best subject! " MR. AALPOEL " Let ' s have a little get-together! " " Geome- MRS. KROL " Now where did I go wrong? " MR. DOWNS " When you long for the good old days of your youth, just think of al- gebra. " Unknown 20 Mathematics MRS. SAVICKI " Geometry is the art of correct reasoning on incorrect figures. " G. Polya MISS SAYLOR " Math Is a tentative agreement that two and two make four. " Elbert Hubbard MISS WELLS " Well, class . MR. WOODRUFF " How ' s things? " MR. KELLOGG " Nice, but subtle " MR. LEGROW, Coordinator " I ' m tired of this mamby-pamby —get into it! " MR. D ' AGOSTINO " The only place where a dollar is still worth one hundred cents is in the problems in an arith- metic book. " Unknown MRS. SCHWARTZ " In mathematics, fractions speak louder than words. " Unknown Music MR. ELKINS " Damn it— do it right! " 21 Home Economics MRS. BAILEY " Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside. " Mark Twain MISS MACINTYRE. Director " Smile! " MRS. NESTOR " Nobody ' s family can hang out the sign, ' Nothing the matter here. ' " Chinese Proverb MISS DRISCOLL " Tell me what you eat, and I ' ll tell you what you are. " Brillat Savarin MRS. HARVEY " As ye sew, so shall ye rip. " Unknown MRS. MURPHY " Nutrition is an inexact science: it cannot explain how teenagers manage to thrive on ham- burgers and Coke. " Unknown 22 MR. TARDANICO, Director " Lo! Men have become the tools of their tools. " Thoreau MR. McDERMOTT " Are you giving me the grumble? " MR. FINN " I need some cash money, gen- tlemen. " Industrial Arts 23 MR. GREGORY, Coordinator " Some of these kids are my favorite num- bers! " MR. FANNING " The higher we soar on the wings of science, the worse our feet seem to get entangled in the wires. " Unknown MR. CIDADO " Rookie of the Year ' Science MISS HERRERA " Science is always wrong; It never solves a problem without creating ten more. " George Bernard Shaw MS. KAUFFMAN " Make peace, noi pieces. " MR. HOLBERT " That ' s cute! " 24 MR. HART The performing bear says, " Sure don ' t taste like tomato juice! " Foreign Language MR. BERRY To many a student the greatest accomplishment of the ancient Romans was their ability to speak Latin! 26 MR. STOTT, Director " Don ' t grunt, said Alice: that ' s not a proper way of expressing yourself. " Lewis Carroll Speech— Drama IP ' MR. QUALTERS " Speak clearly if you speak at all; carve every word before you let it fall. " Oliver Wendell Homes MRS. DOLAN " Shut up, you kids! " Art MISS DOSMANN " Very pretty, but are you sure it ' s orig- inal? " MR. WILLIS, Director " Art is science in the flesh. " Jean Cocteau MR. BARAC " Art is a paradox: if you want to mas- ter it, you must become its slave. " Unknown MR. MEDEIROS " All works of art should begin at the end. " Edgar Allan Poe 28 DR. PETER J. SPERANDIO Principal MRS. DORIS BAMBERG 29 Mr. Joseph H. Gibbons Superintendent of Schools Mr. Gibbons confers with Dr. John Murray, Administrative Assistant to Superin- tendent for Elementary Education Central Administration Dr. Daniel Hughes, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, meets with Mr. Gibbons. Mr. Thomas McKnight Supervisor of Educational Services Mrs. Helen Dawe, Miss Mary LaCivita, Mrs. Shirley Dolloff, Mrs. Muriel Crowley. Mrs. Grace Anderson, Mrs. Marilla Larsen, Miss Joan Corrado, Mrs. Shirley Zion. 30 .ea. „...sio. f o- X " •iovt s " To a ' l " ' °j tV e W ' ' ' ,! so ' " ' ' Tot VO " ' " Jlliare. te-Vot 8 so;- -. y ' ov-- " " " ' TOWN OF STOUGM TO THE CLASS OP 1973 Congratulations. You have endured much to achieve thla goal. The sacrifices you made should seem to be relatively insignificant compared to your success in the completion of your high school education. You can now look back upon the time and effort given to study, diacuasiona and other activities with sati af action. However, thla is only a step on the way through life. The future can be aa rewarding as today. The road is not an easy one . We hope that your experiences at Stoughton High School have equipped you to face the problems ahead. At times they may seem to be insurmountable. Rest assured that with an under- standing of the issues, truth to direct you, determination to seek your goals and faith to guide you, there can be but one outcome - a fuller life for all of you. May you enjoy happiness and prosperity in the years Sincerely, °f 1973: It ig " from i With t The ' ome " ork. , ' ' nope Of that you it rec. Of it= " " O " tl,, together Soon ' " ' " ahead. ' ' " " re upon ' ' spends sa Good 1 your ' ' " ' " S life oug , . Chal „ oi,o„. 31 School Committee Student Advisory Board Mr. George Rist, Chairman, School Committee. Richard Carter and Carol Wessling, Student Advisory Board members, talk to Mrs. Joanne Blomstrom, School Committee. Mr. Kenneth Hill, School Committee, and Michael Mullen, Committeeman Dr. Joseph Harrington with Richard Carter freshman member of the S.A.B. (S.A.B.) and Darlene Powers, member of the Regional Advisory Board. Darlene Powers and Superintendent Joseph Gibbons with Joan Cheverie, chairman of the Student Advisory Board and ex-officio member of the School Committee. Carol Wessling with Dr. Daniel Hughes, Assistant Superintendent. Dr. Thomas Recupero, School Committee, ponders a point. Barbara Sestito, S.A.B., and Dr. John Murray, Assistant to the Superintendent for Elementary Education and Director of Reading. 32 Seniors The Class of 1973 will always be together, if not physically, at least in thought. We ' ve shared too many experiences to ever com- pletely forget. Years from now we ' ll remember these times, for we ' ll never really say good-bye. We ' ll remember our freshman year, roaming through what seemed to be massive halls and endless lines . . . We ' ll remember our sophomore year with the first Pizza Supper and our new class advisor . . . We ' ll remember our junior year with our heavy class rings that we ' d never take off; the simple melody of " Colour My World " . . . We ' ll remember our senior year with senior pictures, yearbook ads, and that lighthearted feeling of just being the seniors . . . Who can forget the laughter we shared so many times, and the tiny tears that we shed as well? Who can forget the aggravation and the problems which confronted us, and which we finally over- came—leaving us beaming smiles of satisfaction at our accomplish- ments? Years from now, we may look back and say that we really pulled some crazy stunts. But we won ' t be sorry, because although we may leave SHS and each other . . . We ' ll never really say good-bye. PATTI SMITH The many faces of Jim Clark The class of 1973 would like to thank a special man, who has been more than just a teacher and advisor to us. This man, has exhibited patience, under standing and trust throughout the past 3 years and has helped us learn the meaning of unity. Mr. Clark, our class feels the dedication and devotion you have given us Is beyond any thanks which mere words can express. You have left us with the very best of memories, spirit and pride— Thank you, Mr. Clark. CLASS OF 73 Senior Class Officers and Executive Committee CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Melanie Cordeiro (secretary), Robert Spencer (president), Robin Vita (vice president), Mr. Clark (advisor), Patti Smith (treasurer). 34 SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD: Maureen Sweeney, Heidi Johnson, Damon Ostis, Bobby Driscoll, Patti Smith, (treas- urer), Robin Vita, (vice president). Bob Spencer, (president), Melanie Cordeiro, (secretary). Second row: Gayle llacqua, El- len Cumings, Donna Botsch, Dyanne Klim, Patty Sestito, Clare Crowley, Marianne Johnston, Jean McCarthy, Third row: Maxine Frutkoff, Cheryl Casano, Jane Hannon, Debbie LaCivita, Linda Cullen, Bill Ford, Debbie Freeman, Regina Hannon, Anne Fitzpatrick, Linda Lynch, Fourth row: Richie McCormick, Debbie Sweeney, Richard Carter, Ross Schubarth, Steve McHugh, George Pappas, Gary Ducott, Rich Daggett, John Belliveau, Fifth row: Marilyn Blest, Barbara DeVito, Laura Dos- toomian, Lynn Burrill, Sharon Roberts, Susan Foster, Linda Dohetty, Rosi Rosenfield. SENIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE BOARD: Beverly Richardson, Susan Ferante, Karyn McLeod, Kathy Case, Mary Ott, Nadine Maioli, Second row: Jean McCarthy, Lori Circeo, Debbie Fratus, Cheryl Blatt, Mary Ellen Kehr, Colleen Murphy, Barb Gair, Third row: Anne Fitzpatrick, Linda Lynch, Laurel Fowler, Debbie Lessa, Delia Vieira, Nancy Wood, Fourth row: Gary Du- cott, Rich Daggett, John Belliveau, Marshall Shore, John Denison, Henry Moore, Fifth row: Sharon Roberts, Susan Foster, Linda Doherty, Elaine Rosenfield, Nancy Connolly, Peggy Polacco, Mariellen Doherty. 35 MARK F. ABRAMOWICZ active, sociable, friendly . . . " one more day " . . . pet peeve— two faced people . . . " yutzi-stootsi " . . . with Giltjert. messin ' around . . . " Precious and Few " . . to go to school, travel . . . ROBERT C ANDERSON " Andy " . . . quiet, athletic . . . " Highway Star " . . . the whole senior year . . to bring peace to the world . . " we have more spirit than any other sen- ior class " . . . EDMUND W ATKINSON " Easy Ed " . . . " lackadaisical " . " Aqualung " . . . can be found on D-second " Que Pasa Not Too " . . memories of freshman gym class with " Duke " ... to change all who don ' t know . . . to graduate from college and teach math . . DANNY ANDREWS crazy . " you ' re zonked " at the hockey rink with the team . " Popcorn " get rid of Fords ... to have lots of friends . . . PAUL A. ABRAMOWICZ " P.Abe " . . athletic . . . ' Really " . . . " Come on Gilbert " . found on football or baseball fields or basketball courts . . would like to instill pride in others . . remembers football, Mr. Cullen, Mr. Bucklin, Mr. Fanning, Mr. Woodruff, Mr. Powell. Mr. Columbo ... to be a coach . . . ISABEL M ARMAS Friendly, quiet " really " blue . . found in someone s car dedicates her life to Tony pet peeve— Espanol " Theme from Love Story " ' treasures her diamond . wishes for peace, no prejudice . to be a Spanish teacher, get married SANDRA M ATLAS " Sandi " . . moody, sensitive, melodramatic . " It is useless to send armies against ideas " to bring enlightenment into someone s life where darkness prevailed ... to go into social work . . . 36 ROBERT E. AUDLEE ■ Bob the Bod " . " Benga UM Itza Rolls! " . . . " Lookout— this linger is loaded " . . found at BPM, or under 217 layers of latex . . " life, love, and liq- uid assets " . . getta ' 32 Rolls-Royce . " Bach ' s 4th Brandenburg Concerto " . . . the family . . . STEVEN R. AVELLINO " Steve " . . stubborn, spacey . . . " Catch ya ' later " . . . " Wild Horses " . . . found at golf course pond . . . wishes for peace . . . JO A. BAGTAZ " Dodo " . . . small . . . " Colour My World " found in Pam ' s Car . . . football season, and E-Building . , , " Right, ya sure! " ... to have peace in the world . . . to find a job . . . RICH BEAUDOIN " Richie " . . . " Day by Day " . . remembers 3 years of geometry . . " Camping is the only way to go " . . . found in the courtyard . . a future in the navy CLAUDIA A. BAPTISTA " Peewee ' . . . athletic, friendly, short . . green . . . found in E204 or on the field hockey field . . . " Ta- pestry " . . . chorus . . field hockey . . Student Council . . . " fantastic " hopes to help the world out in any way possible future doctor . . . I ARJORIE E. BARRETT " Marge " . . quiet, athletic, serious . . " There nev- er was a good war or a bad peace " . . . watching sports on T.V . . accounting . . . " Hey Jude " . . memories— field hockey, chorus . . . SHS should do more for girls sports . . . JACK P BELLIVEAU " Hack " . . . weird . . . " Our House " . . found at Spence ' s . . " So what else is new? " . " the to- mato pasting " . . . SHS is not half bad . . quit smoking ... to be a mechanic . . . 37 ROBERT F. BENSON " Bob " . . . found in his car a long life making money . . . " Midnight Rider " . . . as tor SHS— ' It speaks tor itself " . . . CATHY 8. BERKELEY " Berk " . . . friendly, outgoing, aggressive . . . " Close To You " . . . found in E204. E205, environs . . . " You know, babe?! " . . . " Damn Yankees " . . . Senior Tournament . . . 1971 Junior Prom ... to work with exceptional children . . . SANDRA L. BESHANSKY " Ducky " . . friendly, smiling, active, funny . . . " Bonjour " D103 . . . nursing . . wishes for hap- piness, success, and peace for all . . . " Nice to be With You " . . " a school full of spirit and pride made winning teams that will never die " . . Home- coming ' 72 . . . KAREN L BINDBEUTEL " In these times of pain and sorrow so much plan- ning for tomorrow We ll hold our hands together We ll make our plans together, till the end of time CHARLES BLAIZIS " Charlie " . . . memories of the former Miss Hynes . . . " Let It Be " . Beatles . . . " Of all the creatures that creep, storm or fly, peopling the earth, the wa- ters and the sky, from Rome to Iceland, Paris to Japan, I really think the greatest fool is man . . CHERYL E BLATT " I think . I think I am . . . Therefore I am . . . I think ... " MARILYN J. BLEST " Mal " . . tall, loud, weird . . . " Oh my Gaude " . . wishes for peace found at the " Jack in the Box " . memories of the paint job, physiology, majorettes, Newman. CYO dance, Joe . . Pet peeve— friends who aren ' t . . to enter college 38 WAYNE A BOGHOSIAN " Ruby " . . . erratic, athletic? . . . " Ah C ' mon " . . . found in The Club " . . . visit outer space .to conduct the Boston Pops Orchestra . world peace . . . " Sunlight " . . . remembers trip to U.N., SHS sports, parties . . orange . . . pet peeve— thought of college . . . DONNA L. BOTSCH " Botchy " . . . gullible, skinny, loud . . " Blah " . . . 8 . found at the Cinema . . burgundy " Can t Find the Time " . . . memories— field hockey, the Cape, Saturdays, Sept. 8 at U Mass . " Chi- cago " . . to live, attend college . LEANNE C BOURGEOIS " Wheat " . . . talkative, short, sensitive . . . " He ' s so cute " . . found in Resnick ' s parking lot . . . wants to go to California . a ' 55 Chevy . . . wishes for happiness . . . Senior Skipping Club . . " American City Suite " . . . PATRICIA H. BOWKER " Pat " . . . found with Everett . . ' Tears of a Clown " . . . future plans— Bridgewater State, be- come a Phys-ed teacher . . wishes for a lot of land in New Hampshire with horses . . . remembers Spanish I with Miss Schapiro . . . JOHN C. BUCARIA " Mouth " . . . talkative, funny . . " Get on it " ... pet peeve— ' 57 Chevys . hockey rink " Southern Man " . . . remembers ranks at lunch to make money, be happy, and be rich . . . LINDA D. BUDRICK " Lin " . . . happy, lovable, real . " Oh, wow " . . . found on Plain St or with Tommy . . will always remember Mr. Mac, Mrs. Weddleton. E205 would like to fully understand life . thanks to brother and sister 39 PAM BULLARD " Spammy " . . . friendly, determined . . . " I ' m only kidding " in her car, almost anywhere . . . would like to work with handicapped people . . twirling fire at football games pet peeves— two-faced people at Roxie ' s . . . SUSAN E. BURNS " Sue " . . . found with Larry anywhere . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " ... a future Dental Assistant . . . most treasured possession— her ring . memories of " Cedarville " , 5 14 71, Summer of 72 . to tie happy . . . LYNNE C. BURRILL Talkative, moody . . . blue, black, gray . . . " What ' s your problem? " . . . Sandy Isle ... to become a Special-Ed teacher . . " Chicago " . . . wishes a little love for all . . . KEVIN N. CADDELL " Kev ' . . . quiet, friendly . " Ya, sure! " . . . can be found around . Chicago . . memories of Sketti Supper, football ... to go to college and teach Phys-ed . . to retire at 21 ... PAUL C CALIRI " Slip " . . . bright, mischievous, always happy . . . found at the Boston Gardens . " You gotta be kiddin ' me! " rememtjers Tech Tourney ' 72 " Led Zepplin " school— " What an animal farm! " . . plans to become a teacher 40 JO-ANNE CAMPBELL " Jo " . . . cute, moody, friendly can be found with Jimmy . . . treasurers her Saint Bernard . . . " Big Talkin ' Jim " . wishes to be happy AUDREY CAMPBELL " Aud " . . . " Get off It! " . Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young . . " Black Magic Woman " . . early dis- missals on Friday with Shelly . . . found down Gina ' s ... to be happy . . . DEBRA L CAPEN " Capen " . . . " Be yourself, free yourself, and you can see yourself " . . Junior Prom with Jim 12 12 70 . Marshalls . " Knights in White Sat- in " . . . " Orpheus " ... to become a social worker ... to make a certain serviceman happy PATRICK J CARROLL " Pat " . . . quiet, but moody found at Denneno ' s or in Pinecrest . . " Doing everything I try Right " . . . " Try a Little Tenderness " . Three Dog Night . . . remembers maneuvers with Charlie . . . pet peeves— waking up in the morning, grape drinks MARIE-LOUISE CARNLEY " Katie-May " . . . friendly, helpful, talkative " Where is the Love? " . . rememt ers cold Satur- day mornings with the Drill Team . Arenzano. Italy . . . wishes to bring all races together . . to be a nurse in the Air Force . . . 41 RICHARD T. CARTER " Rich " . . sott-spoken and hardworking " It is a far greater thing to have tried and failed, than never to have tried at all " . college and success . . Chicago . . . " orange plus " . . . KATHRYN K. CASE " Mental " . . . " Color My World " . . . flirtatious, pret- ty, talkative, friendly . . . found with Tony in a red bus . . . Vineyard in the rain . . Broken daisy chain . . . Junior English with Mrs. Krause . . . Happily married . . . CHERYL A CASANO " Cher " . . . " Fantastic " . freshman year . . blue . . . Beatles. Three Dog Night . Mr. Green . . . Fond memories of a certain boy . . pet peeve— friends who really aren ' t to be a secre- tary and to be happy . . . MARIE D CARUSO " Rie " . impatient, moody, friendly Too bad " . . found fighting with Bobby or on the phone . . . " It ' s Too Late " . . memories— 1970 Christmas Dance ... to raise a family, finally move if JOHN E. CASSERLY Happy, fresh . . . " Oh. shut up! " . . found with Pat- ti . " Chicago " . . to be happy . . . DONNA I CASH Happy, sensitive green found with Jimmy . " You are awful " . " Gimme Shelter " ' The Cat " memories of Senior Prom. 1971 People should come closer together to go to college . live a happy life . . . 42 THOMAS F. CASSERLY Tom " . . quiet, stubborn, blue . . . found at the ocean . . . " Scuba diving " ... to become a diver in the Navy . . . also to tje a police officer in a city CHARLES E CASTRO " Charlie " . . found with Karen . blue " MacKenzie! ' . maneuvers with Pat . . the Cape with Karen Sundays at the club . 5 17 70 . pet peeve— Fords to live in Australia ROBERT A. CASSERLY " Bob " . . . ' blue, quiet, a nut " . . found at the BPM . . . wishes the war would end " Chicago " . . . Junior Prom ... to be a fire fighter ... to help others . . . JO ANN CERRI " Jo " . . . ambitious, busy . . " Are you serious? " . . . remembers 10 9 72, Dennisport, waterskiing, long hours in Le Jomenado . . . favors Chicago and everything purple . to be a journalist or work in public relations . . . JOAN F. CHEVERIE " Sweetie " . . . found in 0103 zooping with the majorettes ... " A day is wasted without laughter " . . . " The Cat " . . ice cream and Gigi ' s . . " Begin- nings ' . " thank you. Student Council and Mr Sar- no " . . . what a great schooHl! ANTHONY J CHANDLER " Tony " friendly, talkative, flirtatious, handsome . . . found with Kathy . . . vineyard in the rain . 11 15 71 . . Mrs Krause ... to become a profes- sional diver, get married and raise a son . . . 43 THOMAS E CHEVERIE " Tom " . . . " No! " . . - Martha ' s Vineyard . . . " Ten plus one? " . . . " Stairway to Heaven " . would like to finish school ... to be an Industrial Arts Teacher EILEEN F. CIESLA " Ciese " . Til be around " . , . remembers sci- ence with Mrs. Kautfman . . found at the Park Medical Center . . . plans to work in a Day Care Center . . . MARY ANN Cl-ARK " Mac " . . . blue . . . peace . " oh boy " . . . helping others to become a Home-Ec teacher, travel, and be happy . . . LORI E CIRCEO Sensitive on the inside . . . " Right " . . found in the gym . . wants to go to college . . " Jefferson Air- plane " . . Softball, basketball, field hockey and everyone met through them to do something good for others . . . MAUREEN T COEN " Toots " friendly, talkative, sensitive . . . to get married treasures a certain ring . Summer of ' 69, Little Sandy Neck Beach . . " Can t Find the Time " . . . " Trust In Me " GALE L. COLBY flip, loud, IX)isterous . . , " You fossil " . . . " Can t Find the Time " . will never forget 12 16 71. chorus with Mr. LeGrow, science with Mrs Kauff- man to become a professional dog handler . . to be happy . 44 JoANN COLMAN " Jo " . . . outgoing, weird, with strange fingernails . . . " Hi. Levey " . . . " You spastic " , Pet Peeve— brown bananas . tound in Hull or middle of ttiings , . . concerts Junior skip day . , " Nigfils in Wtiite Satin " . " Moody Blues " to finish cleaning her room . . . go to England, Hawaii . . . teach for the deaf and live happily . ROSEMARY COLGAN " Rose " quiet, serious, busy . . . found at the li- brary . to go to college " Would like to feel that I have helped the people I came in contact with " Memories— cake sales. Ecology Club, sci- ence experiments that never worked out . . . DEBRA L CONLEY " Debbie " . . . talkative, funny, crazy . , " You ' re kid- ding! " . . . " Something s Wrong With Me " . . . Mar- tha ' s Vineyard Sketti Supper . . . blue . . pet peeve— two-faced people found at home or at work ... to be a dental assistant CHERYL A. CONLY " Feet " . . talkative, hungry . . found in gym . . . " thingy " . . field hockey, basketball, soft ball . . " Chicago " . " Knights in White Satin " . . . flow- ers, Sketti Supper . Junior Prom . . . Martha ' s Vineyard . . . " Screetch " . " rabbit ' s foot " ... to be happy . KATHLEEN CONNELL " Kathy " . . Moody Blues . . found in Falmouth pet peeve— getting up in the morning . . wild chases from Mr. Perdigao . quiet and loud at the same time togetherness college PATRICIA M. CONNOLLY " Patti " . . . " wicked smart " . . " Grin and bear it " remembers midnight paint job and football games ... to catch a fish . . . college . . . NANCY M. CONNOLLY " Nance " . sensitive, sincere . " That s true, loo " . found— with her friends in CNLY 5 . . . Towg . finding out she was wrong about many people freedom and fun of summer " You ' re going to get hurt! " ... to major in Home Ec . . . 45 I KENNETH J CONNORS " Moose " . . . found at Patti s and Leslie ' s . . . " It s only a movie! " . . . Three Dog Night . . MELANIE J CORDEIRO " Mai " . . ticklish, witchy " I ' m gonna ZAP you! " . . . memories— my 710 buddy, 25 miles with Bev, Mexican Talados, Vineyard in the rain, " Su- perstar " , the Oscar . . . bears . . . Bruins, 50 s Party . . to sail around the world on my honeymoon . . . to be loved . . . DANIEL L. CONRAD " Danny " . . . " Oh ya! " . . . " Can t Find the Time " . . . found at BPM, Olivet Memorial Church . . go- ing to France with " Flash " and " Mini " . . . past memories of the Cape . . . pet peeve— his dog " Sadie " . plans to go to Nyack College ROBERT F. COSTELLO " Mario " . . . quiet, crazy, friendly . . " I don ' t know " . . . generally found at Pinecrest . . . would like to live the way he likes rememljers skipping school . , VALARIE L. COSTA " Val " . . . " You ' re young, you ' ll get over it! " . . . History with Mr Green, Bill Ford. " Frantic Five " . . , " •your Song " , Elton John . . memories of a certain dance with Franny . to be a secretary . r MARY J COTTER " Mar " friendly, easy-going, energetic . . . " See ya later pal " . . . coaching . . . respect for girls ' sports . . . " Go All the Way " . . . memories— ' 70 Tech: beating Canton 3 times 71—72; Sketti Supper to be happy 46 LINDA J. COWGILL " Guess what? No, come on guess! " . found with a variety of people . . . pet peeve— people who think they are super jocks . . wishes that money grew on trees . . " Moody Blues ' . . memories of Miss Levangie s make-up classes . . to go to col- BRIAN P. COURTNEY Tall, blonde, lazy found at Dennenos or at home . . . plans to travel . . wishes to become a millionaire . . " Stairway to Heaven " Grand Funk Railroad. Moody Blues, Led Zepplin, Emer- son, Lake and Palmer . . . CLARE A. CROWLEY " Crash " audacious, ludicrous, gullible . . . " What a riot " Blah! Cape Cod " Begin- nings, " Chicago . . Summer 72 and friends . . Sea St. with Worcester . . goosefeathers Sept. 8, U. Mass . . . college and happiness . DENNIS A. GUSHING " Cush " " Moody Blues " . California . " re- membering what the dormouse said " . pet peeve— Honda stealers treasures his friends . . . to go to the country and be happy . . . 47 DEAN H. CZERWONKA " Dino " found at Dis Gas . . wants to travel to California by bike . . . will always remember Mr Nessar ' s shiop class . . . MARIA G DaCOSTA " Gorette " . . . quiet, smiling, friendly . . wants to get married and be tiappy . desires peace for ttie world . . enjoys " Love Story " . . remembers all tier friends . . . she will treasure tier diploma . . MICHAEL J DALEY •Mike " . quiet, friendly " Is Itiat a fact " . . . skipping Monday s H-tiours . McDonald ' s to be successful . . ALAN J. DAGGETT " Get on it " . could be found anywtiere . mov- ing to California . . . wisfies to tiave a meaningful relalionstiip with anyone . " Baby, Don ' t Get Hooked on Me " . Sketti Supper . . FAITH M. DaSILVA " The road goes ever on and on . . . down from the road where It t)egan . . . now far ahead the road has gone . . . and I must follow, if I can . . . pur- suing it with weary feet . , until it joins some larger way . . where many paths and errands meet " -JRR Tolkien RICHARD E DAGGETT ■Richie " . free found where the chicks are . . . " Try Some Tenderness " " Three Dog Night " . . . remembers Mr Ed s Problems Class . . . change the school rules . wishes for complete peace in the world ... to have fun . LINDA D DANIELS " Rag " . . . radical, instigator, free, sensitive ... " I love it " Danny ' s . . . trying to find where it ' s at . . " Beautiful People " 6 short years with Me- lanie and guys. beer. camp. Bonnie. Vineyard in the rain, friends to be wanted it ' s my turn to leave . . . 48 PHIL DANILCHUK Found at the corner of West and Plain Streets or at Debbie ' s , . . " Moody Blues " . . . remembers the courtyard lunches . . . would like to dump Nix- on hopes to attend college LOUIS P DeANDRADE " Louie " . " I don ' t know " , , . " Red Wing Diner " . . . to enter college or service . to be a million- aire . . . to get rid ot Nixon . . . Songs by Chicago. Beatles . . getting out of class during bomb scares . KAREN 1 . DELANEY Quiet, sensitive, moody . . . " Oh sure, right " . . purple . found with friends . . . " Shaft " . . pet peeve— phonies . . hopes for universal under- standing . . plans to travel, get married, be happy JANIS DELt ONTE " If a man does not keep pace with his compan- ions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. " —Henry David Thoreau JAfilES M. DEt BROWSKY " Jimmie " blue, sincere . found working at fWlcDonald ' s . to be happy first, successful sec- ond . . . " Here Come the Sun " . memories of the Junior class trip likes skiing and swimming 49 JOHN W DENISON " Jake " . . . superstitious, nervous, mental . . . " That ' s unbelievable " . . found with Melanie or those guys basketball, track " Something ' s Wrong With Me " a certain diary the Bales gang . the face . . memories of Martha ' s Vineyard to oviin a sailboat, grow a moustache, go to school, and marry someone . . . BARBARA J DEVITO " Barb " " smiley, " happy, sincere . " really? " . . found in D-105 . wants to be a Kindergarten teacher Cannon Mountain ski trip Ecology Club , " Eli ' s Coming " . . . wishes people could overcome apathy . . WILLIAM DIJAK " Lucifer " . . . " Don ' t worry about it " . found in or under my car " Moody Blues " . . . pet peeve— Fords, the Registry of Motor Vehicles , . need separate shop with garage . possible tech- nician or start own business . . 50 MARIELLEN K DOHERTY " Scootch " . , . " Wait a minute " . , found with Doug . . . cheering . . . 1 1 6 72 . . . losing Mishy at parties . . . " Soul and Inspiration " . , , 5 26 72 . . . junior class trip with Peggy " Stairway to Heav- en " ... to be happy . PATRICK DOHERTY " Like a bird on a wire, like a drunk in a midnight choir. I have tried in my own way to be free. " —Leonard Cohen JAMES J DONAHUE " Jim " . . . quiet, handsome, crazy " f oon Riv- er " ... can be found with Jo hopes to be a dentist . . . RICHARD X. DONOVAN " Squid " . , . found at " Tunetune ' s " . . . memories of baseball with Rollie. Hank. Geoffa treasures his ace bandages, atomic balm ... a future in busi- ness administration . . LAURA R DOSTOOIVIIAN " Dust " . . . " let ' s eat " . . . commons ads and sales . . . " Beginnings " . majorettes; the mid- night paint job . . ice cream and GiGi s " grin and bear it " ... to be a nurse fVlARY R. DoVALE " Sukie " smiling, quiet, friendly " I don ' t know " . . found at Stoughton Diner . light green . . . pet peeve— people making fun of others " Baby Don ' t Get Hooked on fvte " to get married and be happy . . CAROL ANN DRISCOLL Cute, crazy, artistic . . Van Morrison found with Tosca . . pet peeve— working Saturday morn- ings at 5:00 a m . definite plans after graduation . , hopes for a career in art . 51 ROBERT E DRISCOLL " Bobby " . . . winking, blinking, and pinching . . . " Life ' s tough " . . . basketball, football, track, and girls to attend college, and go out with every girl in the world . , Moody Blues . . . remembers Jim ' s place, trouble with Richie, " Towg " . . . STEPHEN J. DUGAN " Steve " . . . determined, willing . found at Don- na ' s house . . . " 25 or 6 to 4 " " Chicago " . . . wishes to change teachers ' opinions . . . " Pride " . . . will always remember Mr. Cullen ' s football team . . . Donna . . . GARY J, DUCOTT " Duke " . crazy, accident prone . . . blue . . found at Pour Seasons Arena . . pet peeve— getting up at 4:00 a.m. for hockey practice . . . memories of senior year, sketti supper ... to be a fl ag pole sitter . . . " Summer Breeze " . . . peace WILLIAM P. DWYER " Billy " " . " Born to be Wild " . . tall, active , . . found at Roxie s . . " Will ya hurry up ' " . remem- bers the old bomb scares . . wishes for world peace ... to graduate and become rich . to be a boss . . . BETH E. EASTMAN Friendly, quiet, sweet . can be found in Wellfleet . . . remembers the people of SHS . . wants to travel and clean up pollution . . 52 JOANNE ENCK GAYLE H. EVERETT PATRICIA D EWING • Jo " crazy, domineering, and funloving . . Sensitive, mental, jumpy . . " You ' re good, right? " " Trisha ' . . . " You Dude " Cannon Ml. Ski Trip found with Bobby in an orange Ford 9 19 71 " Born on the Bayou " , . , found walking with . 3 10 72 . . " Colour My World " . . . " Bagging " I Want to Make It with You " Junior Prom . . . Capen. Audrey . . 5 22 71 . . pet peeve-the rock down Blue Hills " . . . Chocolate Donuts . . . Love wants all people to live in peace . . ... a future court reporter . . . Letters . . . JEAN E, FEDORA " Jeanie " . talkative, crazy, friendly . . . wishes for peace found at Carol ' s or Frank ' s . pet peeve— conceited people " Sealed With a Kiss " . . to be happy, go to nursing school MARION FEINGOLD " Mag " . . . Bar, Deb. Ben . . . Summer of ' 71 . . . " No. we ' re not related ' " pet peeve— people who don ' t know what they ' re talking about and Mustangs Rod Stewart, Buddy Miles - . - would like to travel . . . SUSAN J FERANTE " Sue " . adorable, gullible, sincere . found with Tommy . " Can ' t Find the Time " . memories of the Junior Dance . . . " Well fine! " . . . pet peeve— hospitals and long talks to be a secre- tary and be happy . . . DIANE M FENNESSEY Sensitive, thoughtful, crazy . " Ya sure. Peter " . . , found at Danny ' s . most treasured possession— a certain boy " Nights in White Satin " Junior memories— day after the Junior Prom, South Beach in the rain. Sept 23 wishes to become a medi- cal secretary . . 53 SANDRA J. FIELD " Sandy " . talkative, friendly, stubborn . . . " Oh, no! " . . , found with Leo, at the shed, or with Su- zanne . . . " Rolling Stones " . . " Sympathy for the Devil " . . . Frogs . , 1 1 4 70 . , , skiing . photog- raphy . to see England and be a nurse PATRICIA G FLAHERTY " Patty " . . . talkative, friendly, laughing ... " I know it " . . . " Ben " by t ichael Jackson ... to make people happy . to go to secretarial school and become a secretary . . for there to be everlasting peace in the world . . . ANNE C. FITZPATRICK " Annie Fitz " ... the Holy Roller . " You love it " . . . found in the gym counting bruises, missing gymnasts . . . Junior Prom with Danny, Sketti Sup- per , . . always remember Drum Corps . . . most im- portant in my life— " my family, my friends, and Mr. Picher " . . . GLENN C. FLETCHER JR. " Speed " , . . quiet, loner, happy, crazy . " You noticed that too, HUH! ' . . Easter Power Mower . . . " School ' s Out " . . . " The Who " . . metal shop with Mr. Spack . . . future in movie or TV produc- tion . . . JOHN FOLEY " Johnny " . . . found at McDonald ' s " Thunder and Lightning " ... the gang in the cafe . . . com- mons ... a future in wood-working . . to be rich PAULA J FORBES " He will render judgment among nations and set matters straight respecting many peoples They will beat their swords into plowshares and spears into pruning shears. Nation will not lift up sword against nation, neither will they learn war anymore I PATRICIA M FOLEY " Pattie " . . . talkative, moody . . . found in Hull with Barry . . . treasures memories of Wareham . . wants to live and be happy . . . " Highway Star " Deep Purple . would like to be a dental assistant 54 BILL FORD ■Rip-off " . . . funny, freaky . . " You know what you can do " ... found in " tfie Ghetto " . . . long version of " Thick As A Brick " . . . Jethro Tull . . . card games in Commons ... to own an FM radio station ... be a disc jockey . . " End the War! " . . , KARIN t . FORSSBLAD SUSAN FOSTER " Sue " . . . mischievous, happy, friendly . . " Life is tuff! " . . . football games . " Midnight Paint Job " . . . Felix . . . BPM . . . " Moody Blues " . . . plans to go to college . . . DEBORAH S FRASER " Debbie " gullible, friendly purple . . . found at McDonald ' s . . . " You will get over it " , , pet peeve— conceited people . Junior Class Trip . . wish— people to get along with each other . . . DORRIS ANNE FOSS Enjoys skiing and art . . Cashman and West— " A Friend is Dying " . . . would like to travel around the country and Canada . . DEBORAH A FRATUS " Debbie " . quiet, sensitive . . . found with Chuck . . wishes to be happy " If " . . wish people would be more understanding hiding in the green house ... to attend college . . 55 56 57 PATRICIA A. GIANNONE " Trish " quiet , shy, understanding " you ' ve got to be kidding " . " Gino ' s " with John . . . to get my license . " Everybody Plays the Fool " . . Pizza supper . would like to be a secretary, get married . . . TERESA A. GILES " Terry " . . . petite, quiet, shy . . " Oh, no! " . . . usu- ally found with Billy, Kevin, Linda, Mary . . . wishes for the end of war . . . Junior Prom, 6 2 72 ... to be a secretary and happy . . . KEVIN A. GIBBONS " Gibba " . . . " I ll get over it. " . " Sunday, Sun- day " . . . " Brandy " . . . " Looking Glass " ... re- members the Spaghetti Supper . . . to go to school ROBERT F. GILLPATRICK " Gillpa " . . athletic, funny . " I ll give you a shot " . . found at football practice, wheeling and dealing . . " Razor Face " . . . " Would like to be happy " . Memories— St. Patrick ' s Day, football WILLIAf J. GILL " Finn " . . dazed, confused . . " I ' m not into time " . . . Dave ' s cellar . . to play the clap . . . remem- bers 200 kids In A-3rd basement smoking . " The Clap " by Yes to go to Berklee . . LARRY A GIONET " La " " You jerk " . found at Susan ' s re- members B-hour in sophmore year May 14, 1971 plans to go to college, become a shop eacher . . BOB GIROUX " I ' ve often asked myself the reason for the sadness in a world where tears are just a lullabye; if there ' s any answer maybe love can end the madness " --Carole King 58 LOIS E GLASSER Friendly, talkative, silly . . . " Terrific " , . . studies, commons playing whist . . . " Cliicago " , , . " Colour My World " ' . . " " Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall man learn war any- more " ' . . . future elementary school teacher . BARBARA A GOMES " Barb " quiet, short, silly " The heck with ya " . . the " mole hole " to make it rich So- ciology, History with Sheila, Sheryl banish Mr. Holben ' s wisecracks " Shaft " LINDA M GLENNON Sensitive, moody, quiet . . . " Seriously! " . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . found at Denneno ' s or the BPM . D-hour studies , . . to be a model, stewardess and happy . . MARY E GRAY " " Meg " " . . . red, white and blue . . friendly, talk- ative, generous , . " Stop it! " " . . H-hour in D-101, G hour Commons . . . summer and winter ... to leave New England and travel . STEVEN GOODMAN " " Steve " ' . . found in his car riding around . . . culi- nary arts . . . live on a big estate . . " Can t find the Time ' " . . . Junior Prom . . . pet peeve— writing . . . MICHAEL A. GREEN " Mickey " . . reserved, quiet, serious . . . riding around ... go to school . . . wishes for fewer people . . . Chicago . . . PETER D. GREEN Pete " . , . logical, reliable, young . . . " Super " . , . can be found in cage or at the lodge to major n Oceanography " Knights in White Satin " . . . yes, Peter, it ' s snowing " . . . night of the tomato 59 HOWARD J GREENFIELD " Howie " . " Now c ' mon ' . . found in Milton at Debbie ' s . , stop prejudice, racism . , . Miss Stet- tin ' s " F " period class . . to be a successful artist . . " Beginnings ' , Chicago , . . remembers fiistory C-hour . . . JOHN J. GRIFFIN " Grif " easygoing, friendly . found in New Hampshire . . " Ya. sure " . " Sweet Seasons " . . dislikes waiting . . . remembers junior home- room .to become rich and live in Florida ... to go to college KENNETH GREGORY " Streaming out when we d ride through the warm wind down by the bay. yesterday Seagulls circle endlessly, I sing in silent harmony, We shall be free. " -David Crosby DEBORAH L, GUERTIN " You ' ve got to get up every morning, with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart " . . . Special thanks to Mr. Gormley . . . JOANNE C. HALL " Jo " . . . talkative, nutty, cute . . " I say every- thing " . . get married . . Chicago . . South Beach in the rain . . . most precious posses- sion—John. 6 5 71 . . . MARTHA A HAINLEY " Ma " . . - talkative, funny, crazy . . " Hi there, it ' s me, poopsie " pnvate stock, ginger " I Think We ' re Alone Now " can be found at the swings or in a Super Sport with Porgy orange, black, purple . . Driver-ed with Mr Sarno . . EDWARD F HANDY Ed " quiet, happy - " Three Dog Night " . . can be found at Denneno s " Where ' s the Par- ty? " , would like to become a printer wishes to get rid of pollution, make the world a better place to live in . . . 60 REGINA M HANNON " Reggie " . . . dumb, but happy . . . with Lynne, Fitz, the guys from Randolph memories of Junior English, Sketti Supper, f r Richer, the gang from corps , . , " Nights in White Satin " . . . senior corri- dor . . . to go to college, be happy . . . GINA M HANSLER " Smiley " . . . " Precious and Few " . . . happy, full of excitement . . . can be found with Mike . . . the Jun- ior Prom . . . " Oh, What a baby! " ... to make it through high school and be happy . . . JOHN J HART " J. P. " . . loud, friendly, happy . found at Jack Webber ' s . . . " Ding-a-Ling " . being in B3rd basement with 200 kids smoking . . . construction work . . . 61 PAUL C HINES Sensitive, fun. clumsy " O.K. Kid " . found witfi Sandy ' fi oody Blues " ' Be fiappy and get married " to be a master plumber re- members Algebra witli Mr Levesque DONALD E. HAYWARD " Don " . . , crazy, tiappy . , memories of tfie Cheerleaders Dance ' 72 . tfie barn . " differ- ent " . . . Chicago " Lowdown " ... to enter con- struction . . . STEPHEN L HILL " Steve " , , . inquisitive, impulsive, introspective . " That would tend to be the case, rather than the exception " the night of the tomato found at Schaefer Stadium to be a superior biochemist, be involved with the conquest of cancer . . " Led Zeppelin " . . . 62 JUDY HOEFER " Davis " . " Que pasa? ' . . crazy . . Resnick s with the gang ... pet peeve— Spastic Apparatus . . . " Suite City Song " . . . money ... to pay off my car . . . SHEILA E HOIVIER Talkative, outgoing, friendly " I ' d really like to get his goat " . . . found somewhere between Roxie ' s and Pleasant St . Bridgewater " You ' ve Made l e So Very Happy " thinks Chem and Geometry should be omitted . wishes for peace SHERYL A. HOMER Sincere and friendly found near big red trucks . . . " Reach Out for l e " . . . treasures her " Pepsi table " and friends wishes for a cure for cancer . . . " there ' s no misery in not being loved; only in not loving " remembers Mr Gormley ' s class . KAREN A. HUBER Blue . . " That ' s cute! " . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . noses . found with Charlie . . . to be a secretary and get married . . Junior Prom . . . Spaghetti Supper . . . 5 17 70 . . . " the night of the fence " ... to visit Hawaii . . wants a new world ... pet peeve— friends who really aren ' t . . . BONNIE C HUDSON " Bon " . . . quiet, friendly, sensitive . . . " You ' re kid- ding " . , . found riding my bike . . . " " Bridge Over Troubled Waters, " " Let it Be " ' . SHS-it ' s a nice place to visit . a future nurse . . to be a useful part of society . . . GARY D. ILACQUA Short, cute, friendly, . . . " wicked cool " ' . . . found on the corner . . Spaghetti Supper . . pizza par- ties . . . memories of New York . wishes for world peace . . . to be an engineering technologist . . . 64 CAROL A JONES " Stop storing up for yourselves treasures upon the earth, where moth and rust consume, and where thieves break in and steal Rather, store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, . . where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. " -Matthew 6:19-21 MARIANNE JOHNSTON Friendly, happy, talkative . . . " Really? " . . memo- ries of Maine with Mike . . . Both proms . . cheer- ing with Mac . . " Beginning " . . . Towg and Vineyard in the rain ... a future in elementary edu- cation . , , CHERYL M. JONES Blunt, outgoing, friendly . found in E-205 " It drives me bananas! " , . memories of house lights. Senior Class Tournament Play. " Golden Apples of the Sun " . . . " Just My Imagination " . plans to re- ceive her associate degree 65 JOHN J KEARNS " Kearnsy " . . , hiding from Mr LeGrow to major In music . . . " State of the Union " Algebra II twice . the school speaks for Itself would like to be rich and famous . . . " Jack " peace . school . JOHN G KELLEHER quiet, friendly wishes for world " Garden Party " hopes to continue JOHN E KELLEY " Kell " . . . crazy, good for a laugh . . . " get serious " . found at " The Shed " plans to trav- el cross country . . . wishes for world peace Rolling Stones " Witchy Woman " memories of gym class . . never ate a school lunch . . . 66 EDWARD J. KIMTIS " Ed " . tall . . " Purple Haze " . . . found at Bradlee ' s . , , would like to be rich, famous, and an emperor . to visit Vilnus , . . " Winning isn ' t every- tfiing, but losing is nothing " . . . MARGARET-tulARY KELLY " Mary " . . . friendly, talkative, moody . . . " To each his ov n " . . green . . usually found in A-409 . . . memories of Mr. C McCarthy ' s history class . . . pet peeve— people who act friendly but really aren ' t . . . airline stewardess and happy . . . JOYCE A KOLINSKI Found with Mai, Val . . Crosby, Stills, Nash, Young . . . " Oh come off it " . . to turn all the world s hate into love . . . " Lynn ' s yellow book " . . plans to be a secretary . . . happiness . . . DIANNE KLIM " Dynney " . . . independent, confused, easy-going . . . " Blah! " ... on the Cape with Crash and Fear- less . . " Beginnings " . white Summer of ' 72 . . . remembers Sea Street with Worcester . . . goose feathers ... to live on the beach . . . 67 ALAN D KOSINSKI " Kos " " Zonk " . , , girl watcher , . . " Hi— how are ya? " . , found at Bob ' s Foodmart or the SHS cafe . Navy . . Let nobody at all be lonely in the world . . . " Saturday in the Park " Chicago First lunch with the gang Sue and Al to live good . . . fVllCHAEL P. LACERTE " Dutch " - . . suspicious, moody, shy. some say cute . . , " Tell me he ain ' t! " . . . " Supersonic Rocket Ship " . . , found a( the Westgate tvlall . . . Mrs. Kauffman ' s classes . . . end the Vietnam War . . . manage an electronic sales store DEBRA A LaCIVITA " Debbie " . . . quiet, skinny , . , Braintree - - be- coming a majorette . . . help at least one child . let all children be happy ... pet peeve— " Corky " " Beginnings ' . . . Elsie ... to become a social worker , . . PAUL E, LaFLAfulME " Lipster " , . . " Come on. give me a break! " found at the meadows . , . " Deep Purple " ... re- members Mr LeClair ' s shop class would like to wipe out poverty . . plans to travel around the country . . . RICHARD M LaFRANCE " Tricky Dick " , , " It could be worse " . . found at Ma ' s Place . . " Riders on the Storm " , . remem- bers the English Department, thinks English De- partment is terrific! . . I DEBRA UVNDOLFI " ' There " s a song that they sing when they take to the highway . . . Song that they sing when they take to the sea Song that they sing of their home in the sky , Maybe you can believe it it it helps you to sleep . . Singing works just fine for me. " -James Taylor DONNA M LALLY Talkative, happy . . can be found in JoAnne s car. the tent . , works at Bradlee s Warehouse . . " I d Love You To Want Me " . pet peeve— Friendly " s lousy service , , . remembers problems with Killer and Trouble . 68 MADELYN D LARSEN " Lynn " . . . flirtatious, gullible, talkative, crazy . found riding around with Boogs and on the tele- phone . . . " What thin? " . hopes tor peace in the future . . . " Colour My World " . . , Blood, Sweat, Tears . . . shop class, Mountain Rd. ... to marry and be happy . . SUSAN M LARGE " Midget " . . , " Machine Gun " . . . blue . . found with Kevin . " Do you got a dime? " . . Mr McDermott ' s shop class . . wants to get her head straight . . . wishes to stop all wars to be happy and rich . . . PAUL J. LaVERGHETTA " Rolli " . . . center field at Fenway Park . J V. Baseball with Squid. Hank, Joffa plans to at- tend college and be a successful businessman STANLEY S LEVINE " Stan " . cooperative, quiet, alert . . , " where does it hurt " . , found at Roxie ' s . . " Hair " . . would like to go to Europe , , do away with nucle- ar weapons . . a degree in computer programming DEBRA A LESSA " Debbie " , . . small, quiet, moody . . " Leave! " . . . can be found in A-409 or with Mary Ellen. Linda. Barbara . . . " Chittaloo " and " Hogbosian " , . or- ange . pet peeve— nervousness U S History with Mr. Erickson ... to teach little children 69 MICHELLE P LEVY " Kitten " . . . friendly, ambitious ... " I can dig it " . . . found riding around with Ira in Brockton . . , " Go All Tfie Way " . . . baby blue . . Mr. Clark ' s English class ... to see the rest of the world, end all wars . . . PETER LOCHIATTO " Pete " . . . funny, always smiling . . . " Listen to the Music " . . . found at the corner . . . " It ' s all over " . . . " I ' m through suffering with the school lunches " DANIEL J. LOAN " Danny " . . " Have you heard? " . . . thinks lunches should be improved . . . remembers junior year E period . . . Berklee College of Music . to be a good musician . . . MICHAEL F LOMBARD " Lumpy " . quiet, happy . . " Don ' t worry you ' ll get over it " . . . found at Denneno ' s . . Neil Young . . memories of winning the lottery . .. Let the high officials fight the wars, maybe there wouldn ' t be any . print shop with Mr Walsh . , to be a teacher . . . DONNA L. LODGE " Weasle " . . . crazy, sensitive, gullible . . . " I ' m not a machine. I m a human being " . . . treasures her ring . . . remembers summer of ' 71. her junior year . . . " Let ' s Stay Together " . . . found at Tripp ' s farm . . . to be a secretary and happily married . . . JAMES W LONERGAN " Old Man " " Go Away " found at the BPM . . . " Where shall I begin " . wishes tor happiness . . " Everybody is a Star " Blood, Sweat, Tears to become rich and famous . . . LINDA E LORIMER " " Lin " " , " Make it With You " . . joyful, witty, moody . . Junior Prom , . . Wily s house . . " Go Away! " . , , wishes for a new Adam and Eve . to be a wife and mother . . . 70 DIANE L MacKENZIE " Pie " . . . crazy, lovable, moody . . " I ' m sick about the matter " teactiers are okay . " Can ' t find the Time " pet peeve— two-faced people . . . 7 13 72 . , Steve . . , the night of the fence . . . green eyes . . . summer of ' 72 . . . to be a happily married elementary teacher , . . LINDA S LYNCH " Lin " . . . short, friendly, smiley, emotional . . . " Oh Pooh! " . . . red . . . found with friends . . . " Black and White " ... pet peeve— snobs . . . memories of Driver-Ed with Mr Sarno, sketti supper, all of the fun . . wishes for peace, future Home-Ec teacher . . to be happy by making others happy . . . NADINE C MAIOLI " Towg " a certain snow bank on Gay St. ... painting the ticketbooths ... a rainy day in Rhode Island . nights out in the blue tx mber . . . " My friends have been the most important part of my life at SHS . . We ' ve shared endless happy times " JANICE H MAKER " Go ride that bicycle " . . . " Never be impatient with the ones who love you, it might be yourself that you ' re hurting. " -Leon R 71 BRUCE D MALTBY Active and loud . memories of the old bomb scares " buy a Ford " " Stairway to Heaven " . . . (eels there is too much security In the school ... to attend college I r STANLEY J MANIFASE " Stan the Man " , . wealthy, handsome, strong, vir- ile, intelligent, a good liar . , , " Come on Ponkay! " . . . at a ping pong table " Santana " . " The Farrook Bank " . . . to invent a 400 h p. pollution- free engine . . JOYCE I, MANDELL Quiet, sentimental, gullible, friendly , " Colour My World " treasures her memories in drama and chorus would like to be the best person pos- sible and become a nurse . . . BRUCE U MARKIE Nutty . . . " What ' s happening " found anywhere " Ten Years After. I d Like to Change the World " auto body remembers skipping down to Canton . . to enter the Navy . . ROBERT F MARTELL " Bob " . quiet . . the back of the room " Grand Funk " . . " Into the Sun " . . . never had last-hour studies . . to be a millionaire . . . THERESE A MARTIN " Terry " . friendly, generous . . . fond memories of Miss Driscoll, Mr Ed " I ' ll hit you with a brick " found at Sock ' s house cherishes her license and a special Ijoy " To Sir With Love " . . wants to become an inhalation therapist , . . 72 CATHERINE J McAULEY " Cathy " . fussy, crazy, forgetful skip days. Junior Prom. Spaghetti Supper . found at McDonald ' s or with Danny , , , " You jerk! " ... to be happy " Baby— I ' m-A-Want-You, " Bread ... to be married . JEAN E (McCarthy " McCarth " . , thoughtful, sensitive , , Bruce girl ' s b-ball, Tech Tournies . . . " wicked " . towg . . . quiet, walks at nite . . . night in Braintree . . . both proms ... my ring . . . ' We ' ve Only Just Be- gun " . . . pet peeve— my colds . to be an elemen- tary teacher . . RICHARD E Mccormick " Mac " . . . handsome, intelligent, modest . . . " Right Mr, Berry " . . . in trouble with Bobby . . to go to Harvard pet peeve— math classes trips to U.N., Martha s Vineyard . . . TOWG . . . Pride . . . STEPHEN McCLOUD " Moke " . . . found with a certain girl in Canton . . . would like to go to college . Rod Stewart, " You Wear It Well " . remembers Junior English, the summer of " 72 . . . DAVID W. McCARTER " Wicked good " . . pet peeve— waking up in the morning . . . memories of J V baseball; spaghetti supper . . . to go to college . . . MARY I McCOLL Happy , , " I don ' t know " ' . . . can be found with Ronnie anywhere . . , would like to change a cer- tain person ' s bad temper Family Living with Jeanie . . . wishes for peace . . . wants to be happy SUZANNE Mccormick " Sam " . . . " Oh no! " . . . " Can t Take My Eyes Off of You " . . Phyllis and fruit flies found at the shed or on ski slopes . . . pet peeve— grumpy people . . bagging on Blue Hills ... to be a biolo- gist . . . 73 SHIRLEY F McCORRISON " I am a child; I last a while- You can ' t conceive of the pleasure in my smile. You hold my hand; rough up my hair. It ' s lots of fun to have you there. " -Neil Young IVIARC l cDONNELL " That man is a success who has lived well, laughed often and loved much . . . gained the re- spect of intelligent men and the love of children . . . leaves the world better than he found it . . , never lacked the appreciation of earth ' s beauty . . look- ed for the best in others and gave the best he had " CAROLE A. McGRATH " Ginny " . . talkative . . found with Tommy when he ' s on leave " Stairway to Heaven " . . . remem- bers Problems with Ivlr. Ed, History with f r. Ehck- son ... to be happily married to a certain Marine STEVE P McHUGH " Smelly " . athletic . . . found with Patty or at " the Club " . plans to go to college . would like to wrestle Dan Gable . . . " wishes for world peace " . . . " Stairway to Heaven " by Traffic . . remembers haircut of ' 71 ... " the party ' s over " pet peeve— D-man . DEBORAH A. MclNTYRE Debs " . . . happy, talkative . . " You ' re nuts " . . . almost anywhere with Rich ... to help those less fortunate ... for all people to be happy . . . " Nights in White Satin " ... my trip to France . . . " It s Get- ting Better " . . to enter college or get married . . . TERESA 1 IVlcLAUGHLIN " Terri " . . . talkative, friendly, crazy, dumb . " Really! " . . . found with Charlie . . . " I ' d Love You To Want Me " " . . . wishes for peace . . . Junior Skipday at Horseneck . . . to tje a Stewardess, get married . . . 74 KARYN A McLEOD Stubborn, determined " I don ' t care " ' . . . times with Claudia, Elaine to change 9 15 72 ... spirit TOWG . " Can t Find the Time " .., re- members a broken, soggy daisy chain; proms; sketti supper the all-nighter with Claudia ANN MARIE McMAHON " Annie " . , - loves to laugh , , , " what ' s your rushin ' for? " . , . found on a horse to become a veter- inarian . . . for everyone to live together in Peace . . . " Joy " . . . WILLIAM McNeill " Willie " . - . witty . . , " Give me a break! " . . can be found at the alleys . . . to burn down Roxie ' s . change night into day . . remembers freshman football . . . " Moody Blues ' ... to go to college . . . CINDY L MEAGHER " Cm " . . Rod Stewart, Buddy Miles , . gullible , . Deb ' s party for Willie . never fighting Gary . pet peeve— two-faced people , everyone in the world should be happy . . ALAN M MONTGOMERY " Love without understanding is like a seed without the sun; it may break the surface, but it can never reach for the sky " . . . KEVIN E. MOONEY " Moon " . . " You bet " . found on Plain Street . , " Rod Stewart " to get enough money to re- treat to Canada, live a free life . . visions of the A- building crumbhng . , to be a painter . . . CHRIS MOORE " In the solitude of our minds we can look to the fu- ture for we know what we are, but not what we may be ' . " (Shakespeare) 75 JOHN J MORENCY Remembers the cafeteria . " Sonny and Cher " . . hopes to be successful . plans a future in photography . . COLLEEN M. MURPHY " Coll " . friendly, sensitive, happy . . found with Richie, or working at Twin-Kee . " Beginnings " . . . Iv emories of Junior Prom. Sketti Supper, 6 19 71. and our orange table to become a Medical Secretary, and to be happy . . HENRY J. MOORE " Hanka " . . . beserk, radical " Sure, have anoth- er beer. Spastic " . . . remembers trip to U.N. . . . pet peeves— Algebra and Troll . . . would like to go to California with Burga . . . wishes for peace . . . KAREN L MORRIS " Klutz " . quiet . . ' To each their own " . Blue Hills Nursing Home wishes for peace a fu- ture in the Womens ' Army Corps . . remembers summers of ' 71 and ' 72 at the Blue Hills Drive-ln ... to live . . . WILLIAM F. MURPHY " Bill " . . . friendly, humorous . . " No. no. no ' found at the BPM , , " Bread " memo- ries—summer of ' 72. Mr Lavelle ' s class. 4 29 72 . . . pet peeve— Math Dept to be happy and bring happiness to someone else . to go to col- lege study law enforcement . . . MARIANNE E MORISE " Morris " . . . crazy, talkative, friendly ... " I don ' t believe this! " . . . found with Mike . . the Junior Prom . . . pet peeve— tjeing called a Drama Fag . . . to get even with Billy . . . to be a technician and get married . . . MICHAEL J MURPHY " Surf " never gives up " Well that ' s life " . . . found in a certain driveway " Nights in White Satin " memories— Mr Monti ' s homeroom wishes for success and happiness tor the entire Class of ' 73 plans a career as a policeman . . . 76 THOMAS NEE " Tom " . . . " Sure, anything you say " . can be found at Roxle s or with Rosemary to stop pol- lution, leave nature alone would like to ac- complish a plane solo . memories— WSHS, Mr. Leclair . . . JOHN NOE " And the seasons they go round and round and the painted ponies go up and down. We ' re captive on the carousel of time . We can ' t return; we can only look behind from where we came And go round and round and round In the circle game " -Joni Mitchell STEPHEN P MUTASCIO " Steve " found at Blue Hill Drive-in on Saturday night " Oh no! " memories of SHS football games . . , wishes to wipe out poverty . , to go to college . . . PATRICIA NICHOLS " As leaves blow along the beach and the bleached starfish are washed upon the shore ... I wait . . . anticipating nothing. Not pretending anymore or daring to imagine uncertain even of spring, I wait. " -Rod McKuen BENNING E NOYES " My school days were the period when I was being taught by somebody I didn ' t know— about some- thing I didn ' t want to know. " ROBERT G NESS " Bob " quiet, determined . found at Roxie ' s or in his car to go to college . " Chicago " . . Memories— Print Shop . , . BEVERLY E NORTH " " Bev " ' . always straight . . . " " Dynamite! " " . . . lime green found in Dorchester . . . secretary of DECA . pet peeve— the Wrigley gum ad wants the Vietnam war to stop to go to Palm Springs . . 77 LINDA J. O BRIEN " L.J.C. " . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " . . . talkative, friendly, sensitive, sincere ... " I don ' t want to tiear about it! " . . , found wiith friends . . . remembers Junior Prom witfi Bill, Cfiorus, 12 16 71 . . . nursing career . , . ROBERT E O HARE " Bob " . . . " Not all tfiose wfio wander are lost " , . . found witfi Lorp . . , would like to visit middle eartti I ARY A. O ' DONNELL " Mary Ann " . . . friendly, funloving . . . " I don ' t care to hear about it " . . can be found almost any- where . . . wishes for love, peace. 7-1 1 ' s on every street corner . . . Spaghetti Supper CORNELIUS R O ' CONNELL " Neil " . . . easy going, quiet, intelligent . . . " Aw. come on, will ya " . . , can be found C hour playing cards . . . plans to join the Air Force - . " Rod Stewart " . . . spaghetti supper, Ohio and Mr. Faulk- ner . , . JUDITH A. O ' HARE " Jude " . . . quiet and independent . . " so what " . . memories of Jensen found outside of Stoughton . Emerson. Lake, and Palmer . . . thinks the school system is lousy . . . wishes that people would give other people a chance . . . peace . to live . . . ROBERT A OLIVA " Bob " . . . " So what, don ' t worry about it " . . found around Stoughton wishes for an end to pollution . . . many memories of SHS . " school lunches " . . . wants to be successful . . . 78 MARK OLSIEWSKl " Okay " . . remembers Deluca ' s " Born to be Wild " . . . surfing, sailing, and skiing surfing Qoosewing with Dukie . . Summer of " 72 " . Egypt . Munich with Mrs. C. . . . blue pet peeve— midyears hopes of hitching across country . . NANCIE O MEARA " Nanc " . . quiet . . " thought is deeper than any words " Moody Blues and Bread to go back to California . , wishes for appreciation for life of all kinds . . remembers Patty Murphy Day at Horseneck, summer of ' 70 pet peeve- inconsiderate people . MARY E. OTT Energetic, ambitious, congenial . . . " It makes me ill " - . . found in dark-room or the " outlaw " . re- members falling off ladder at cheerleaders ' dance sophomore year, being a write-in for Homecoming, Towg. " zooping " , tears and laughs of my kitty, trig ... to be a nurse . . , SUSAN O ' REILLY Quiet, sweet, sincere . . . found in a white house wants to work with children and to help others be happy . . . change a night in ' 67 ... " Begin- nings " an orange table . . . Pet peeves— school doors, doing dishes . . . I DAMON A OSTIS " D O. " . . . boisterous, stubborn, sarcastic . " Ya, sure Ross! " ... at Mac ' s with Jay . . . remembers Vineyard in the rain with Tony, Cathy, Elaine; trip to U.N ; byob; Sketti Supper night at Jim ' s place . . towg . . . " Moody Blues " . . . pet peeve— Ross Schubarth . . . NANCY J OVERSTREET Moody, independent, friendly " Unreal! " wants to find a cure for old age will remember graduation and 10 3 71 . . plans to become a secretary . . DAVID H ORO " Dave " . strange, obnoxious . . " Heh, Heh, Heh " . . Brockton High pool . . . going down F.D.S without falling " 3 Dog Night " . " Chi- cago " A school year without spring and fall . . . " The Family " ... to be a ski bum . . . RUTH A OVERSTREET " Ruthie " . . . giggle-y Td Love You to Want Me " . . found in a red convertible " Keep on truckin " . . glad to leave . . . wants to be happy 79 STEVEN M PANICO ■Pancho " , " Is there an echo in here? " . . . found in the back of a green truck - remembers great senior schedule watching girls in the cor- ridor . . good for a laugh . . lots of hunting , . , GEORGE M PAPPAS " V-man " - . . crazy, talkative, radical . . " Ya Corny " . . " wicked " pet peeve— work . . club with Jake, Hank. Ruby, Ginzo, and Rod to conduct the Boston Pops . Dafna . . . " Colour my world " blue . . . beating up DONNA J PARANDES Considerate, cheerful, casual . . " You ' ve Got a Fnend " found in New Hampshire in summer- lime " Are you serious " Home Ec. Spaghetti Supper, le jomenado. a night in Braintree with the girls, towg . . to be happy . . lylIKE PASQUAROSA " Teen Angel " . . quiet . . can be found with Betty Lou . . . " Garden Party, Rick Nelson " memories of Mr. t cDermott s shop; commons SHS is a nice place to visit . . . DONNA L PATTEN " Donde " " Without You " memories of all her friends and teachers fylARIANNE PETERSON " PeeWee " funloving. friendly, outgoing can be found at Town Spa . theme of " Summer of ' 42 " ... Mr Qualters. teacher ' s pet in sociology . . . Mark and Frizzle , ' 71 with seniors , . . SANDRA J PATTERSON " Sandy " , . , quiet, shy . " What am I gonna do? " to become an airline stewardess and be happy " I Wanna Make it With You " " . . . " Precious and Few " . . . blue, spaghetti, nights with a certain someone . . . 80 DAVID PIATKOWSKI " Piat " can be found any place , . " Grand Funk " remembers getting caught skipping nine classes ttie fourth day of school . f ARGARET POUkCCO " Peggy " . . . " Can t Find the Time " - . remembers 11 25 70, Junior Class Trip with Scootch. Senior Prom, J.V. Cheering, 7 4 weekend at Klim ' s . . . treasures a special blonde and a certain junior ' s friendship - . . plans to be an airline stewardess JUNE POLILLIO " Cher " . . sensitive, happy " Sweetheartl " . . . treasures her car and license . . . pet peeve— saying good night and getting up in the morning , " f laggie f ae " wishes SHS had es- calators and a cure for cancer can be found ... to be a successful model . STEPHANIE D POLYCHRONES " What!?! " . . . found with Sharon, Denise on Pop Beach, Cape Cod . . " Knights In White Satin " . , . blue . . . strawberry shortcake . . . painting ticket booths . . . majorettes . , pet peeve— waiting . . . looking tor Sharon, fvlichelle ... to be happy . . . DARLENE M. POWERS Driving and talking, gullible . " This is true " . . . can be found hanging off a cliff, or on the phone . . would like to be president and change the way the school is run . memories of Student Council. School Committee. Mountain Road cliff, and Home- coming Day to be a nurse . . . GEORGE W. PRICE Athletic, friendly, thoughtful . . . " Come on! " ... to go to college and be wealthy . . Beach Boys . . . memories of football, wrestling. 442. pizza night with Ryle-Te ... to go to the states . . . KENNETH F. POWERS " Fltz " . . . " Give me a break " . . in the saddle . . " When the Levee Breaks " . Freshman football . . . plans for the future— to party . . . JOHN F. PURCELL " This is true " . . . found at the card table " Knights in White Satin " . . Moody Blues 7 9 72 . . to go to California . to be happy . . THOMAS H. PROCTOR " Tom " , . " Who is wise?— he that learns from everyone " ... to go to college . wishes to be content . . . " Moody Blues ' ... to straighten out the Grynch . . . DANIEL L RATLIFF " Danny " . . . " Hey. Dukie! " . " Nights in White Satin " . . . goose wing with Mark . . . " Step- penwolf ■ ambition— to surf . . . PAMELA J RAYMOND " Pam ' . , . moody, gullible " Keep on truckin ' " . . be happy I don ' t know where I ' m going but I ' m on my way , " Girl, You ' ll Be A Woman Soon " . . . volleyball, the Y . . . 82 PAMELA A READY " Read " . . . athletic, honest, hardworking . . " Oh really? " . . . found at the Hejduk ' s . . major in Phys -Ed teaching to further her education, get happily married " Approaching Lavender " Gordon Lightfool . football games, commons. Spaghetti Supper to go to England and Scot- land again . . . 83 SHARON L. ROBERTS " Ya Right! " . . found with Denise and Stephanie . . . the Cape . . majorettes and the paint job . . South Beach in the rain . . Sketti supper with Mish . . . continue school and to be happy . . . DAVID R ROBINSON " Dave " . , quiet, happy . " I ' ll bite " . . . found down the Jones or in a special truck . . wishes to get his first deer " Baby. Baby Don ' t Get Hooked on Me " memories— senior schedule . . . enjoys hunting, hockey DENISE M. ROCHE " Denise " . . . " Knights in White Satin, " " Whiter Shade of Pale, " " Indian Sunset " . . Chinese food, shrimp. M 4 M peanuts . . found with Stephanie and Sharon Pop Beach . . . green . . . to be a nurse, travel through Europe . . . ELIZABETH A. ROCHE " Betty Ann " . . . sensitive, soft-hearted, crazy . " So what " . " Baby. I Love You to Want Me " . found at McDonald ' s . after the Sketti Supper . green ... to become a hairdresser KAREN ROCHE " The fireflies gone now the trees low bending with the weight of winter rain I listen for the sound of winters past " -Rod UcKuan EDVINO RODRIGUES " Hello, cowgirl in the sand. Is this place at your command. Can I stay here for a while. Can I see your sweet, sweet smile. " —Neil Young EDWARD M RODRIGUES " Eddie " . quiet, crazy " Saturday in the Park " . " What can I say? " found down the Jones or in the truck freshman football, baseball, track. Towg. Junior Prom . 84 PAUL H. ROGERS " Rod " . . . lovable, cute, athletic . . " Ya sure " . with Lisa . . , The Face and The Club . . " Empty Pages " — Traffic ... to be happy with the things that I do . . freshman football ... a Rhys -Ed. teacher and coach . . . CHARLES R. RONALD " Chuck " . . at practice or shop . " Knights in White Satin ' . . . memories of " my wall " to exist ELAINE B ROSENFIELD " Rosi " . . . spirited, crazy, sensitive . . " When A Man Loves A Woman " , . memories— Junior Prom; Vineyard in the rain: a broken, soggy, daisy chain; 7 4 72 weekend; white horse; summers . . . MARK E. RUDIS " Root " . . . " Viva Lorp ■ . . found with Gloria, Lorp . . . Leo, Sam, the wall, homeroom E-103 . . . would like to visit " Middle Earth " . . LINDA J. ROTH Friendly, talkative, gullible . . . " Really! " . . . can be found in Pam ' s car almost anywhere . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " ... to become a legal secretary . . . to help others . . . wishes for peace . DEBRA R. SAETZ " Debbie " ... " I Can ' t Find The Time " . . . treas- ures her hope chest Mr Sarno s Driver Ed, Mr. Berry ' s Latin class . Junior Prom " 69 " . hopes to t e a happily married elementary teacher . . 85 JOSEPH J SANO " Joe " . . tired, tardy , . . can be found at the Blue Max the " happy " sound of the last hour bell . . . wishes— longevity, change the monetary status . . . plans to go to college . . JOHN C SANTOS Wild, talkative, always in trouble - . , " What ' s hap- pening. Man! " . . found at the bowling alley - - " Moody Blues " . . remembers getting caught go- ing to McDonald s for lunch . . . to be a millionaire DEBRA M SAWYER " Debbie " Mag, Bar , " I wanted to be a Scream Man " , , pet peeve— the draft - . 2 yes ' s, I no, and I don ' t care , . , " We can change the world, rearrange the world " , . . TOM J. SCHILLINGER " The hardest thing to accept in life is the tomor- rows that will never come " . . . ROSS SCHUBARTH " Baby Huey " , . football with Jerry C Latin with the Pro . found at Mary s house Towg ... to go to college and play football , . 86 PATTI J SELUVRS " Pat " a happy, sarcastic teaser " Right? " . . . found with John . . " Cinnamon Girl " —Neil " Voung ... to be happy ... a future dental assistant PATRICIA J SESTITO " Patty " . . found at the Cinema . . . blue . . . spa- ghetti supper, football games . Three Dog Night . . " Try a Little Tenderness " . remembers the night in Braintree with the girls . Hung Fungs, her cat . . . to be a nurse and be happy . . . CHARLES E. SHAW Loves life, people having good times . re- members Mr LeGrow ' s Chorus . . . " Bread " fi- nally graduated, thought the day v ould never come . . . " Schools Out " ... " I Believe in Music " JUDY M SHAW Quiet, sensitive to be a social worker found with everyone at Resnick ' s parking lot wipe out prejudice " Always plan ahead, because without the future there is no reason to live. " . . . ROBERT C. SHEA " Bob " . quiet . remembers skipping gym . . . found at the pond . . . hopes to graduate . . to be a state cop . . . MARSHALL P SHORE " Real cool " . . . quiet, friendly, intelligent, generous, modest . can be found looking for a job trip to U.N. . . ' The only competition in the world should be in sports; everything else is too com- petitive " . . FRED J SIMONDS Blue " What are you doing? " easy-going steak . water, snow skiing . . . found at Hough s Neck . . . Miss Welch ' s English class . . . plans to go to college . . MARGARET L. SMITH " Peggy " . . . " Harvest " to travel and see the whole world . . . wishes to eliminate prejudice . . PAUL SIMONS Found in a big open field with a mess of friendly people . . . wishes that there would t e no racial strife, only a hell of a lot of happy, tjeautiful people ... to be a dentist . . . EDWARD SLY " Eb " . . . active, happy . . . " You kill me " . . can be found at Denneno s . . pet peeve— working on Friday nights . . favorite group— Crosby. Stills. Nash. Young . . . " Stairway to Heaven " ... to go to college . . . PATRICIA J. SMITH " Patti " . . . talkative, spirited, enthusiastic . . . M and M s with Turkey . . . Junior Prom . Towg . . . " Can ' t Find the Time " . . . counting money . . . Nantasket at night . . . Vineyard in the rain to be a nurse, make people smile . . . ROBERT F SMYTH " Smitty " friendly, sincere, quiet . . . " you bet " . . " Song Sung Blue " Mr LeGrow ' s band . . Stoughton BPM . pet peeve— troublemakers and homework peace and an end to all wars ... to become a state trooper DAVID W SOPER " Dave " . . tall, considerate, liberal . can be found running . . . fond memories of track, cross country . . to help other people . . hopes for new priorities for our nation . . . MARCIA J SOULE " Marsh " tall. dark, quiet . . " Tea for the Tiller- man " " Cut it out! " found with Peter . . . hopes to do modeling and visit Bahamas .to live before settling down . . . 88 ROBERT E. SPENCER " Spence " . . . moody, argumentative, aware . . . " What ' s the problem? " . . " Winning isn ' t every- thing but losing is nothing " . . . will remember " All Together " at the Spaghetti Supper. 10 14 72 , , . " Colour my World " . . . wants to be able to under- stand everything . . JOYCE SPICELY " Joey " . . . " If " . . . blue . . . found in E205 ... pet peeves— snobs . . " Slightly " . . never forget SHS . . . ' 18th Noel " . . . career in medicine . . . VALERIE K. SPORT " Val " . . crazy, proud, serious . . . found in town . . . plans to go to college . . " No, I don ' t do that myself " . . would like to change everything wrong in the world . . . DORIS J. SPRAGUE " Hey Sprague " . . . quiet, crazy, sensitive . . . " Right on! " . . . found with Pat, Everett, Tom . . . would like to change all phoney people in the world . . . " Little Children " ... to become a model KENNETH SPRITZER " Finn " . . . " let ' s party " . . the Zoo . . rememtjers studies . . . " Nantucket sleigh ride " . wants to become a millionaire . . . 89 JANICE STAULA " Jan " . . basically a brat . . . " Life is like a ... " . . in a blue mustang .to find a guy I can stand, with money . . after tfie Junior Prom . . . " Pop- corn " " They should give the girls ' basketball team something besides skirts for uniforms " . . . college . . GARY R STERN " G " . . . talkative, reformed radical, laughable . . " Are you serious " . . found at McDonald ' s or in Hill ' s car . , . Great Tomato Paste - . - " Chicago " school ' s a place to be w ith friends . establish peace . . to go to college and be a teacher . . . JAIVIES E STORIVl " Jim " . . . active, friendly . Get lost " . BPM . . . Denneno ' s " Closer to Home " would like to be a policeman . . remembers last hour com- mons . to go to college . . K IICHAEL STUART " Sweeping cobwebs from the edges of my mind, had to get away to see what we could find Hope the days that lie ahead bring us back to where they ' ve led Listen not to what ' s been said to you " -Graham Nash JOHN STEWART " People live from day to day But they do not count the time. They don ' t see their days Slipping by— and neither do I . . -James Taylor (MAUREEN E SWEENEY " Moe " sensitive, fun-loving, easy-going . . " I treasure Dudley " . . memories of Nov 28, 1969 freshman year . . . Junior Prom . . . sketti sup- per . . . DEBRA J. SWEENEY " Sweeney " . . . redhead, vivacious, likeable . . . " You ' re a real rioti " . , pet peeve— " red! " . . memories— burning a hole in her gown, night of Junior Prom; a broken daisy chain; 8 2 72 on the route; friendship; summers in Maine; Oct 22 with a flashlight . . 90 PAULA J TAGLIERI " Tag " . . . gullible, friendly, sensible . . . blue . . . found with Paul or the girls . . " The Wonder of You " . . . loves the ocean, snow, walking in the rain . . . gymnastics and the Olympics . . to major in Phys.-Ed . . , STEPHEN T TARDANICO " Tar " . . . " Knights in White Satin " . . . found with the gang Cape Cod, Bass River ... Mr. Walsh ' s Print shop , aggressive, responsible " Sure! " ... to go to college and be a teacher, build a big house . . . PAUL V. TAMUL " Tammy " . . . friendly, busy, easily excited . . . " All right " . . wants to be a famous sports announcer, probably in hockey , . , will remember the trip to Germany and the United Nations , . . enjoyed work- ing on the spaghetti supper . . . JANE THOI PSON blue and grey . . . sensitive, quiet, moody . . the beach . . . mountains . Inner Peace . wishes for understanding pet peeve— people patting me on the head broken foot during tennis tour- nament . . to work with wild animals . . . 91 JOSEPH TOOMEY " Joe " remembers study hall and Mr. McLellan ' s Short Story class " Harvest " — Neil Young . . . to go to college and become a gym teacher . . . CHRIS TOTMAN " Duke " . . found at work or anywhere memo- ries of shop classes . . " House of the Rising Sun " . . . " Frigid Pink " . to get married . . . LINDA M TREPSAS " Lin " . . . friendly, easy-going, happy . . " Yuk " singing in E204 to get my degree, become an R.N " Diary " . Bread . . Rod McKuen Junior, Senior Prom . cat-cutting parties to touch the lives of those less fortunate . . . 92 " Ginzo " . - found with Hank, Corny . pet peeve— homework . . , " wicked spastic " re- members trip to U.N , the club. Mr Gormley s prime time hockey practices, the team to teach math or coach hockey MARGARET M. VISSER ■■Mokey " friendly, happy . . " Okay fine, you ' re almost cute, " . . , McDonald ' s with the girls . , , " I Believe in Music " , , , summer of ' 71 with Joey 7 3 72 stuck at Glen Echo , , . Junior Prom with Wayne . treasures her license . to be a nurse ROBIN A. VITA " BobbI " . . . " Smile. God Loves Ya " . . " Hey guys " . . . " The Merry Marchers " . orange and black everywhere . . biochemistry . . Mr, Clark and the super seniors , , the only class with class , , , " thank you SHS for everything " . . . DEBRA J. WAHL " Debbie " quiet, shy , . . " get the can " . . found in Brockton. Avon . . wants to go to col- lege, help others . . wishes peace and equality for all . . . remembers H-hours on the patio " Make it with you ' " . . . SUSAN WALLACE " Sue " . . . crazy, fun-loving, happy . . . blue , . . found at Carol ' s or with Cathy . . . " Where are the parties? " . . memories of Problems with Mr. Ed , . " ' Colour my World " . pet-peeve — Terry McLaughlin . plans to be happy and to make others happy 93 DONNA M WARD " We shall walk through the still town In a windless peace; We shall step upon white down, upon silver fleece, upon softer than these We shall walk in velvet shoes: wherever we go " THEODORE D WASON " Why must you always try to make me over? Take me as I am or let me go ' -Thompson and Battle WKVli (iOT WITH RANDY WHITE Sexy, distinguished, playful . . . " If Loving You Is Wrong I Don ' t Want to be Right " - . found any- where if you look hard enough pet peeve— SHS snobs would like to change madness into hap- piness to go to college . . . DAVID WERKOWSKI " Dave " . - . critical . . . " Yea, all right " , . . can be found out of town . . , remembers Mrs Murray ' s English classes , . , wishes for peace . " Jethro- Tull " . . no comment on the school . . to gradu- ate . FRANCIS A. WHITTAKER " Franny " . witty, talkative, humorist . . " The De- vil made me do it " , , at the church or print shop ... I ' d like to change the world . memories of Mr. Cullen ' s gym class, Mr. McLellan ' s English class . . " Don ' t Get Hooked on Me " . . . NANCY J. WIKSTROM " Duel " . . . scheming, crazy " I forget " . blue- green . . . found at Resnick ' s with the gang change 10 7 72 . . . " Everybody Plays The Fool " senior skipping club ... pet peeve— adults . . . to go to art school . . . 94 NANCY E WOOD " Woodsie " . . . mischievous, talkative, gullible . . " Be serious " . found at Roy Rogers or with friends . . . " Can ' t Find the Time to Tell You " Pet Peeve— backstabbers memories— Martha ' s Vineyard, a certain trip to New York with the guys. Junior Prom . . . 95 Freshman Yean 1969-70 Remember? . . . when school seemed so big we couldn ' t find C-building . . . beginning of freshman year . . . worried about being late for class . . . J.V. Cheerleaders: Jeanne Brennan, Kathy Case, Ma- riellen Doherty, Mary Ott, Peggy Polacco . . . first class officers: Mark Abramowicz, president; Mary Ott, vice-president; Melanie Cordeiro, secretary; Patti Smith, treasurer; Mr. Levesque, Advisor . . . Student Council representatives: Donna Botsch, Jo Ann Cerri, Joan Cheverie, Nancy Connolly; alter- nate: Linda Daniels . . . first dance, the Ultimate Il- lusion, $500 profit . . . free popcorn . . . light shows . . . hard rock of Minus One . . . most successful freshman dance ever . . . basketball, Most Valuable Player— Richie McCormick . . . last farewell to Mr. Levesque . . . Mr. Clark, new advisor . . . we ' re moving up . . . Minus One drummer Nancy Wood, Mariellen Doherty, Michele Dion, Linda Trepsas, Slierri Winicl . 98 Eating the profits. 100 X.J] r - J ' Those were the days, my friend! " " Look Ma, no cavities! ' V. Sophomore Year, 1970-71 ... no longer freshmen . . . Alan Montgomery, class president . . . JV football and girls ' basketball teams placed first in Hockomock League . . . Majorettes Pam Bullard, Michele Dion, Robin Vita . . . Half-Past Eternity featuring Eastern Standard Time ... a successful Pizza Supper despite melting taffy apples . . . two years gone, two more to go . . . Twinkle, twinkle little star 101 Junior Year, 1971-1972 " Hey, man! How about a cigar? " Upperclassmen . . . class rings . . . newly elected president, Bill Murphy; vice-president, Robin Vita . . . varsity cheerleaders IVIa- riellen Doherty, Diana Kalton, Mary Ott, Marianne Johnston, Claudia Jasmin . . . Knight Gallery with the Techniques . . . Cyrus Zain in concert . . . Our prom, " Colour My World " . . . Queen Karyn McLeod . . . Court: Kathy Case, Debbie Sweeney, Elaine Rosenfield, Joanne Enck, Karen Huber, and Patty Nich- ols ... Pizza Supper . . . elected senior class president. Bob Spencer . . . class trip to Martha ' s Vineyard . . . bike rides, rain, a bit of old Nantucket . . . daisy chain, usherettes, graduation . . . seeing how it ' s done . . . SENIORS!! . . . " One for you and one for me. " First prize, honorable mention, booby prize. 102 Decorating for prom. " Colour My World " 103 CLASS OFFICERS AND ESCORTS; Jack Gaffney, Patti Smith (treasurer), Steve Goodman, Robin Vita (vice-president), Bill Murphy (president), Linda O ' Brien. Mary Anne Hanley, Robert Casserly (Queen), Elaine Rosenfield, Karen Huber. JoAnn Enck. ESCORTS: Eddie Rodrigues, Rob- ert Williams, Tony Chandler, Billy Hunt, Chuck Leonard, Charlie Castro, Rotjert Clark. 105 ' Hey Paul, look at that kid. Are you sure this juice isn ' t spiked? ' Spaghetti Supper October 14, 1972 ' Didn ' t you ever hear of Emily Post, kid? ' ' No, I won ' t eat that sketti. I know what ' s in it! ' 106 Fatback 108 " Wow, did you see him?! " " My work is never done! " " Now I ' ve seen everything " 109 Rowan and Martin ' s Laugh-In December 8-9, 1972 " . . . nine o ' clock, baby " 110 Most Mischievous Henry Moore Debbie Garjian Senior Superlatives Peppiest Mary Ott Gary Ducott Most Talkative Bernice Reilly Damon Ostis Most Athletic Mary Cotter Rich McCormick Cutest Steve McLeod Karyn McLeod Class Musicians Alan Montgomery Joyce Mandell Most Bashful Jimmy Dembrowsky Sandy Beshansky Most Gullible Wayne Boghosian Stephanie Polychrones 112 GIRLS ' STATE: Nancy Con- NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP LETTERS nolly, Mary Ott, Melanie Cor- qF COMMENDATION: Linda Trepsas, Alan deiro, (winner); Jo Ann Cer- Montgomery, Bob Audlee, Peter Green, ri, (alternate): Robin Vita. V.F.W. VOICE OF DEMOCRACY ESSAY: Mark Rossman (second); Neil Cronin, BOYS ' STATE: Chuck Leonard, (winner); John (first); Marybeth Tallarida (third). Denison, (winner); David Voipe, Kevin Cadell. (al- 1 -ig ternate); Alan Montgomery, (alternate). SEMSBA (CHORUS): Seated: Alan Montgomery, Cathy Berkeley, Blaine Howard, Standing: Claudia Baptista, Linda Trepsas, Marcia Olson, (not present: Mike Joseph). NEWLY INDUCTED NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS: Seated: Cheryl Manson, Neal McGrail, Carol Wessling, Standing: John McGrail, Debbie LaCivita, Bruce Young (not present Cheryl Blatt, Janice Staula). FIRST PRIZE ANNUAL PATRIOT LEDGER NEWSWRITING COMPETITION: Seth Livingstone. 117 SEMSBA (INSTRUMENTAL): Peter DiCenso. Maureen Lynch, Jim Harding. BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAK- ER OF TOMORROW: Leslie Hanna. Stephen Hill, Fourth Grand Award; John Palys, Third Grand Award; Robert Lanza, Second Grand Award; Richard Carter, First Grand Award; Dr. Daniel Hughes, assistant superintendent of schools. Fifteenth Annual Science Fair Richard Carter ' s First Prize Project: CIS-Trans Isomer Identification Using Nuclear Mag- netic Resonance (NMR) Bob Lanza ' s Second Prize Project: Genetic Alteration of Melanocytes in Albino Chickens. Award Winners and Honorable Mentions: Front row: Kathy Cummings, Judy Bass. Joanna Rego, Neil Cronin, Stephen Hill, Beverly Richardson, William Coughlin Carol DeVito. Second row: John Zawalich, Paul Gusciora, Paul Abramowicz, Peter DiCenso, John Palys, Robert Lanza, Richard Carter. 118 flclioities EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Marge Lombard, Peggy MacDonald, Cheryl Hodges, Maureen Murphy, Kathy McEwan, Ann Marie Pascarelll, Linda Sugrue, Maureen Keller, Marybeth Tallarida; Second row: Gail Freeman, Cheryl Richardson, Mary Jane Locantore, Cheryl Garber, Jan Marie Sweeney, Maureen Murphy, Janice Whittaker, Susan Gallagher, Karen Kane, Denyce Musial, Daphne Daly, Mary Galanis, secretary; Third row: Diane Yetman, Kathy Tracy, Janiece Morrill, Kathy Gallagher, Jenny Hemeon, Linda Schubarth, Anne Marie Curran, Linda Lefebvre; Fourth row: Ken Golder, president, Pat McHugh, Harley Ostis, Bernie Shannon, Scott Lindelof, Kevin McCarthy, vice- president, Brett Maclnnes, treasurer. 122 Sophomore Class Officers and Advisor: Susan McLaughlin, treasurer; Lisa Grady, vice-president; Kim LeBlanc, president; Gail Piatkowski, secretary; Miss Driscoll, advisor. Sophomore Class EXECUTIVE BOARD Front row: Miss Driscoll, class advisor; John Ford; Patti Tobin; Kim LeBlanc, president; Gail Piatowski, secretary; Susan McLaughlin, treasurer; Lisa Grady, vice-president; Mary Pitta; Karen Salveson; Second row: Jane Connolly; Cherie Leonard; Cathy Maclnnes; Regina Churchill; Suzanne Piche; Cathy Jardin; Marsha Olsen; Kathy Kelly; Mary Lane; Maureen Lane; Carolyn Waterman; Debbie Reed; Scott Webster; Third row: Kim Rodrigues; Lisa Smith; Terri Richardson; Lindsay Maltman; Cheryl DeVaughn; Marianne McStow; Julie Cachopa; Derek Green; Barbara Sestito; Marta Johnson; Cindy Sweeney; David Jackson. 124 " Would you believe seven cheerleaders and one flying nun? " Personnel CAFETERIA STAFF— Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Mullen, CUSTODI ANS-Mr. Agrella, Mr. O ' Neil, Mr. Mrs. Hadley, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Morrill, Mrs. Audlee, O ' Donnell, Mr. Tosca. Mrs. Podgurski, Mrs. Raggiani. 127 128 MATH COMPETITION CLUB Seated: Joanna Rego, Mr. Aalpoel, advisor; Shirley McCorrlson. Standing: Alan Montgomery, James Fezio, David Oro, Nell Cronin, Mark Rossman, Kenneth Jardin. DECA Mike Williams, Mr. McCarthy, advisor; PattI Sellars, Beverly North, Judy Hoefer, Debbie Landolfi. GIRLS ARTS AND CRAFTS Mr. McDermott, advisor; Cathy Toomey, Carole Toomey, Gwen Cohen, Jean Wilder, Elizabeth Harklns, Andy Bedard, Carol Pernock, Mary Coulter, Karen Pastman. Clubs PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Seated: Susan Ruggiero, Marlene Sollto, Lisa Polvinen, Sandra Field. Standing: Marcia Romanuck, Gary Fredricksen, Elliot Popper, Mr. Maloli, advisor. GIRLS ' WOODWORKING CLUB Patty Manning, Linda .Loring, Giria Homer, Denise Packard, Marci Levy, Denlse Hudson, Denise O ' Donnell, Melanle Lowell, Diane Mavrelion, Diane Driscoll, Diane Dwinell, Mr. Finn, advisor. 129 PEP BAND John Palys, Jim Harding, John Kearns, Scott Jardin, Peter DiCenso, Bill Ryan, John McCardle. MR. LEGROW Music Director Music •ronf row: Alan Rams, Steven Small, James Williams, Pamela LeClair, Eric Bamberg, (ristina LeClair, James Harding, Wallace Bamberg, Gordon Gray; Second row: John earns, Susan Nichols, Mark Johnston, Stuart Gray, John Grant, Cheryl Reid, Michael lfano, Richard Solito, William Ryan; Third row: John McArdle, William Coughlin, John -resina, James Montgomery, Nick Caraualos, David Wilson, Maureen Lynch, Alan ihapiro, Peter DiCenso; Fourth row: Atwell Williams, Scott Jardin, James McDonald, Robert Smith, Eric Powers, Heath McCloud, Michelle Scott, Jean Castillion, Fredrick Holmes. 130 ALAN MONTGOMERY " Godspell " Jo Anne Bagtaz, captain; Marie Louise Carnley, co-captain; Jodi Colman, Ginger Gooley, Eileen Appel, Kathy Toomey, Laurie Randell, Renee Vita, Terry McStowe, Dianne Damlani, Marie Garney, Debbie Perry, Laurel Wilson, Mary-Ellen Keen, Michelle Jackson, Margie Spicer, Jean Marden, Cathy Gushing. Dramatics Mrs. Dolan (Faculty Director), Cathy Moore ' 76, Richard Cameron ' 74, Kathy Sidebot- tom ' 75, John Baglole ' 74, Mark Bruce ' 74, Gordon Gray ' 76. " Now once and for all. a blind girl can not read anything in a newspaper-let ' s get the line straight, okay? " suspicious looking out there? " Linda Trepsas Shirley McCorrison Joyce Mandell Linda Budrick Cathy Berkeley 132 THESPIAN SOCIETY Outside row: Jan-Marie Sweeney, Denise Leblanc, Paul Haussamman, Pam Gilbert, Cathy Berkeley, Linda Trepsas, Darlene Powers, Paula Olson, Stephanie Myers, Marianne Morlse, Mary-Beth Tallarida, Peter Green, Betsy Mason, Michael Ventresco, Michael Joseph, Richard Cameron, Marge Lombard, Brian Gardner, Michael Williams, Susan Perdigao, Elizabeth Schillinger, Walter Soper, Kathy Sidebottom, Anne Farrell. Inside row: Lynne O ' Reilly, Chris Ott, Joyce Mandell, Vicki Hayward, Linda Budrick, Paul Smith, Cathy O ' Donnell, Debbie Mclntyre, Joyce Spicely, Priscilla Whelan, Kathy Jardin, Mr. Richard Stott, (advisor), Shirley McCorrison, John Baglole, Robert Audlee. Marianne Morise TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS AWARD WINNERS Blaine Howard, Chris Ott, Mike Ventresco, Priscilla Whelan, Susan Perdigao, Richard Cameron, Cathy Berkeley, Lorri McGarvey, John Baglole, Atwell Williams. Debbie Mclntyre Joyce Spicely Robert Audlee Darlene Powers 133 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front: Marianne Johnston, (Capt ); Lisa Vose, Colleen Klim, (Mascots); Mariellen Doherty; Middle: Roseann Walsh, Susan Moran, Mary Ott, Debbie Sweeney, Diane Kalton, Kathy McAvoy, Ann Marie Pascarelli, Sandy Beshansky; Top: Jane Brown, Denise Leopardi, Alicia Abramowicz, Claudia Jasmin, (Co-Capt.) Cheerleaders Mary Ott Diane Kalton Debbie Sweeney Nichols, (Capt.) Linda Doherty Sharon Roberts Linda Cullen Marilyn Blest Laura Dostoomian Debbie LaCivita MAJORETTES Front: Denise Musial, Pam Bullard, Robin Vita, Michele Dion, Linda Cullen; Back: Laura Dostoomian, Joan Cheverie. Patricia Ewing, Marilyn Blest, Sharon Roberts, Stephanie Polychrones, Linda Doherty, Alternates: Debra LaCivita, Daphne Daly, Deborah Cullen. -135 ECOLOGY CLUB Front row: Walter Soper, Alan Montgomery, Bob Nebel, Leslie Hanna, Barbara DeVito, Rosemary Colgan, Beth Eastman, Joyce Spicely, Mr. Monti, advisor. Second row: Harold Curtis, Marilyn Blest, Patricia Ewing, Linda Cullen, Nancy Brennick, Bonnie Benson, Lynn Roberts, Terry McStow, Debbie Guertin. Clubs " As far as possible, without sur- render, be on good terms with all persons. " —Desiderata SKI CLUB Some of membership of nearly 100. Officers: Gary Fredricksen, president; Denise Cof- fey, vice-president; Donna Sweeney, secretary; Lori Circeo, treasurer; Mr. Bernier, ad- visor. 136 ART CLUB Debbie Shea, Julie Frager, Debbie Rupp, Donna Mahoney, Anne Hahn, Diane Hadley, Bianka Nebel, Melody Henkel, Debbie Patrick, Jackie LaFlamme, Evelyn Reitschneider, David Smith, Miss Dosmann, advisor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ann Curran, Paul Gusclora, Linda Budrick, Shirley McCorrison, Claudia Baptista, Alan Montgomery, Ellen Cumings, Mary Ott, Leslie Hanna, Nadine Maioli, Patricia Smith, Cheryl McDermott, Janice Whittaker, Marybeth Tallarida, Nancy Connolly, John Zawal- ich, George Price, Robert Lanza, Linda Trepsas, Suzanne McCormick, Sandra Field, Linda Cullen, Patricia Ew ing, Joanna Rego, Jo Ann Cerri, Margaret MacDonald, De- nise Coffey, Regina Hannon, Pamela Gilbert, Lee Circeo, Laura Dostoomian, Deborah Guertin, Donna Botsch, Barbara Gair, Clare Crowley, David Makris, Neil Cronin, John Palys, Alden Perry, Susan Cohenno, Deborah Cullen, Victoria Hayward, Robin Vita, Joan Cheverie, Debra Saetz, Melanie Cordeiro. " I wonder what happened to the reindeer! " 138 Debate Club Debate Club: Mrs. Dolan, advisor; Neil McGrail, Robert McLaughlin, Priscilla Whelan, Debbie Feeney, Cheryl Manson, Vicki Hayward, John Baglole. Not Present: Mike Ventresco, Cathy Cummings, Janet Daigue. Foreign Language Club Foreign Language Club: Priscilla Whelan, Sue Tropea, Carol Wessling, Rosemary Colgan, Wendi Jackman, Bonnie Benson, Alan Montgomery, Donna DiPoli, Cathy McDonald, Maxine Frutkoff, Marie Carnley, Joyce Spicely, Mrs Cacchlotti, advisor; Miss Coppenrath, advisor. Chess Club Chess Club: Robert Lanza, Ms. Kauffman, advisor; Gary Stern, president; Mr. Nassise, advisor; Neil Cronin, vice- president; Standing: Larry Rubin, Rich McCabe, Mitchell Popper, Charles Dean, Jeffrey Howard, Ernest Mello, Daniel Jurjevic, Mark Rossman, Kevin Wilczewski, Kevin Mulvey, Steve Hill, Paul Gusciora, Mike Hammel, Paul Francioso, Steve Armstrong, John Thomas, Marty Thomas, Linda Lefebvre, Martin Ciulla, Joanna Rego, Robert Lazarus, Steve Rayner, Joseph Boncordo, Ronald Snyder. 139 " CUB " REPORTERS-Seafed. Kathy Sidebottom, Maureen Lynch, Marci Levy, PRINTERS: Mr. Walsh, advisor; Robert Ness, Donald Jas- Steve Kershaw, Chuck Dean, Paul Swan, Liz Cox; Standing: Lloyd Tennen, Tom min, Fran Whittaker, John Stewart, Steven Tardanico. Manifase, Mark Lubow, Larry Troy. " BEAT " REPORTERS: Seated: Chris Lynch (Sports), Paul Tamul (Sports), Mary Ott (Yearbook), Marge Lombard (Juniors), Carol Wessling (Sports), Ann Curran (Social Studies), Donna Parandes (NHS), Tricia Ewing (Ecology); Standing: Stan Manifase (Industrial Arts), Rich MacKeen (Sports), Barbara Gair (Math), Linda Cullen (Forum), Debbi Sweeney (English), Linda Lynch (Recipes), Deborah Fratus (Foreign Language), Lori Circeo (Business), Jan-Marie Sweeney (Cheerleaders). Debbi Cullen (Trips), Leslie Hanna (Home Ec), Marybeth Tallarida (Drama-Speech), Vicki Hayward (Dramatics), Joanna Rego (Science). . . . A-409 . . . Thursday deadlines . . . stories and more stories . . . finding interest angles . . . beats, features, creative writing . . . working against time . . . press conference and interviews . . . scoops and more news ... to in- form . . . PUBLICATIONS EDITORS: Jo Ann Cerri, Stotonian editor-in-chief; Seth Livingstone, sports bureau coordina- tor; Mr. Tapper, advisor; Donna Parandes, editor of Mainstreams. MAINSTREAMS EDITORS: Seated: Debbie Cullen (Fiction), Beverly Richardson (Co-ordinating), Marianne Johnston (Art), Donna Para- ndes (Editor); Standing: Kathy Sidebottom (Advertising), Bob Lanza (Photography). MAINSTREAMS READING BOARD: Janice Whittaker, managing editor (standing) and Alan Montgomery, Liz Schillinger, Marybeth Tallarida, Loraine Mulligan, Lynda Johnson, Maureen Lynch, Debra Perkins, Neil Cronin. STAFF WRITERS AND COLUMNISTS: Seated: Nancy Connolly ( " let ' s talk about " ), Jo Ann Cerri (features), Richard McCormick (sport features), Damon Ostis (Phys-Ed.), Mary Jane Locantore (Alumni), Gail Freeman (Exchange); Standing: Nadine Maioli (photographer), Beverly Richardson (features), Melanie Cordeiro (fea- tures), Elaine Rosenfield (features), Suzanne McCormick (features), Claire Crowley (features), Brian Gardner (features), Jane Hannon (Student Rights). Stotonian Special thanks to Mr. O ' Donnell for providing us with the title page picture, other theme pictures, and for his time and effort involved in his numerous contributions. — Bonnie Hudson, our cartoonist. YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Elliot Popper, Debbie Guertin, Gary Fredricksen, coordinator; Nadlne Maioli, Robert Cummings. Other photography contributors: Marlene Solito, Sandra Field, Lisa Polvi- nen, Marcia Romanuck, Mary Ott, Gayle Colby, Joe Thompson, Mr. Maioli, Mr. Gregory, and many thanks to Mr. Blackwell. STOTONIAN BUSINESS STAFF Seated Mr Erickson advisor; Claire Crowley, Laura Dostoomian (business manager), Nadine Maioli, (: advertising manager), Elaine Rosenfield, Barbara Gair, Mary Ellen Kehr. Standing: Susan Foster, Dianne K Lynch, Debbie Stankiewicz, Debbie Lessa, Regina Hannon. Oh, those awful deadlines! Debbie Lessa, art editor; Mary Ott, co-ordinating editor; Jo Ann Cerri, editor-in-chief; Margaret Kelly, production co-ordinator. Our illustrious leader. Mr. Tapper, advisor. . . . redoing layouts . . . not enough pictures . . . too little time . . . too many deadlines . . . Mr. Tapper ferreting errors ... Jo Ann worrying . . . tea and sympathy at mid- night . . . using the color wisely . . . the fearsome foursome . . . the joy of saving memories . . . Writers, Co-ordinators, Editors: Front row: Stanley Manifase, Chris Lynch, Lori Circeo (girls ' sports), Debbie Fratus (senior activities), Beverly Richardson, (managing), Jo Ann Cerri (editor in chief), Melanie Cordeiro (senior section), Margaret Kelly (production), Dianne Klim (layout design), Debbie Cullen, Marybeth Tallarida, Vicki Hayward. Second row: Carol Wessling, Leslie Hanna (faculty), Claire Crowley (associate), Trisha Ewing (senior writeups), Marge Lombard, Elaine Rosenfield (senior heads), Marianne Johnston, Jean McCarthy (girls ' sports), Nadine Maioli (advertising layout), Barbara Gair (photo Liaison), Donna Parandes, Mariellen Kehr (chief typist). Third row: Ann Curran, Gail Freeman, Suzanne McCormick (administration), Linda Cullen (proofreading), Linda Lynch, Mary Jane Locantore, Joanna Rego, Jan Marie Sweeney, Debbie Sweeney, Jane Hannon, Nancy Connolly, Debbie Lessa (art and cover design), Paul Tamul (boys ' sports), Mary Ott (color co-ordinating), Bonnie Hudson (cartoonist). 143 Front row: Steve Lonergan, Joan Cheverie, Darlene Powers; Second row: Linda Powers, Tricia Kelleher, Debra LaCivita, Linda Cullen, Claudia Baptista, Joyce Mandell, Vicki Hayward; Third row: Chris Ott, Nadine Maioli, Carol Wessling, Karen Waterman, Barbara Sestito, Cheryl Leonard, Carol DeVito, Mike Mullen, Ted Laurie, John Ford, Richard Carter; Mr. Sarno, advisor. Student Council The Lewis and Clark Expedition Concert sponsored by the Student Council. 144 Homecoming 1972 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND HER COURT Darlene Powers, Sandy Beshansky, Joan Cheverie, Queen Robin Vita, Mary Ott, Patti Smith, Melanle Cordeiro; Escorts: Jack Belliveau, Paul LaVerghetta, Henry Moore, David Voipe, George Pappas, Bobby Spencer, John Denison. best, Ujcxm- efte ■ ; q ■ nealii .... Our can beat, i I V -9re fq i prepare " iV ' .i ' FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Doddy DiStefano, treasurer; Barbara Ralston, secretary; Rene Vita, vice- president; Mr, Cidado, advisor; Kevin Laurie, president. Freshman Class EXECUTIVE BOARD First row: Maureen Foley, Chris Lanza, Ken Raggison, Mike Mullen, Kevin Laurie, Renee Vita, Barbara Ralston, Doddy DiStefano, Tricia Kelleher, Stephanie Anastos, Eileen Doherty, Linda Powers, Mr. Cidado, advisor; Second row: Valerie Addison, Carol Bernook, Annette Young, Linda Zawaski, Marge Wyndom, Maureen Lynch, Mary Slattery, Elaine Mare. Cathy Moore, Mary Klim, Kathy Sealt, Linda Barry; Third row: Sandy Goulston, Kaytie McKan, Chuckie Vuytowecz. Barry Bucklin, Chris Shuler, Grace Saramona, Diane Gelly, Cheryl Gargullio, Linda Smith, Chris Caravas, Carl Ahern. Pam Mulbert; Fourth row: Lynn Roberts, Terri McStowe, Mary DePino, Leslie Bowlin, Debbie Manifase. Melanie Lowell, Wendy Wolf, Eileen Sperandio, Brenda Jordan, Terri Ghelfi, Ginger Gooley, Nancy Freeman; Fifth row: Lee Prisco, Annette Pascarelli, Janet Gallagher, Pat Gaffney, Mary Luscier, Laurie McGarvey, Bunny Hopkins, Diane Leffas, Robin Rupp, Arlene Galanis, Mary Roche, Lisa Polvinen; Sixth row: John Carabatsos, Ivan Wahl, Brian King, Jim Kelly, Don Manual, Kim Toomey, Linda Reilly, Ann Tropea, Cindy Dasano, Debbie Costa, Denise Gaudett; Seventh row: Carol Reed, Laurie Pollard, Margie Christopher, Donna Fallon, Cheryl Johnston, Patti Wood, Lynda Monken, Diane LeVeggetta, Joan Powers, Pam Conti, June Whiffers; Eighth row: Tony Fernandos, Carol Toomey, Janis Kosinski, Mary-Ellen Keen, Diana Forte, Lee Piatowski, Barbara Perry, Denise Packard, Carol Stuttmater, Carol Lindelof, Cathy Toomey ' mmm . . . mmm . . . good! ' Sports Hockomock League Champions Front row: Paul Rogers, George Price, Paul Abramowicz, Steve McHugh, Rob Gillpatrick (Co. Capt.), Chuck Leonard (Co. Capt.), Bob Driscoll, Rich McCormick, Mark Abramowicz, Damon Ostis, Ross Schubarth, Rick Donovan. Second row: Tony Chandler, Wayne Bogosian, Kevin Caddell, Jack Gaffney, Bob King, Jim Pulsinelli, Mike O ' Neil, Bob Curley, Ken Colder, John Vesey, Tom Butler. Third row: Mike McDonald, Steve Rotella, Bill Kezer, Paul Colasinte, Paul Kilday, John Birtwistle, Bob Fitzpatrick, Bill Regan, Jim Comita, Mike McGillvery. Fourth row: Steve Bishop, Ralph Pollilio, Gary Burke, Bruce Wilson, Larry North, Bruce Bucklin, Gary Reddington, Joe Thompson, Pat McHugh, Brian Crean. Fifth row: Coaches Bill Powell, Steve Woodruff, Jerry Cullen (Head), Jeff Fanning. Paul Rogers Rich McCormick Robbie Gillpatrick Dean Czerwonka 150 King takes quick pitch from Abramowicz 151 Junior Varsity Front row: Steve Rotella, Bill Reagan, Bill Kezer, Bob Curley, Ken Golder, John Vessey, Pat McHugh. Second row: Paul Kilday, Gary Reddington, Jimmy Comite, Joe Thompson, John Birtwistle, Mike McGillvery, Brian Crean. Third row: Steve Bishop, Paul Colasinte, Gary Burke, Bruce Wilson, Larry North, Tom Butler. Fourth row: Coach Stephen Woodruff, Mike MacDonald, Bob Fitzpatrick, Jack Gaffney, Bruce Bucklin, Mike O ' Neil. Freshmen Front row: Coach Downs, Scott Walton, Dave Cachopa, Chuck Vuytowecz, Kevin Callanhan, Tony DiStefano, Coach Ro- ger Dawe. Second row: Tom Buckley, Mike Valenti, Franny Elms, Mark Dollof, Fran Abramowicz, George Batte. Third row: Steve Kosinski, Rick Smith, Randy Slatter, Dane White, Kenny Sawyer, Don Manuel, Kevin Laurie, Brian King. Fourth row: Mark Tamul, Ronnie Frank, John Totman, Vinnie Maffeo, John Peterson, Barry Bucklin, Justin Licke. Steve Kelly, Mike Duval. Fifth row: Al McNeil, John Teed, Mike Shapiro, Ed Doherty, Mike Mullen. 152 Front row: Coach Charles Green, John McGrail, Neal McGrail, Ed Rodrigues, Mike Lonergan, Dave Soper, Bruce Young, " Harry " Crawford, Jay Jardin, Tom Foley, Dave Colp. Second row: Bob Fritzman, Gus Mills, Dave Sweeney, Mike Hanson, Derek Green, Glen llaqua, Paul Franciosa, Paul Ford, Jack Joseph, Mark Hines. Third row: Bob Maclnnes, John Muldoon, John Moans, John LaFlame, Frank Gray, Paul Smith, Russ DePina, Paul Ugo, Rick Day, Ron Day, " George " McPherson. A Cross Country Champions PETER GREEN mm. m Captains Bruce Young and Dave Soper, review plans with Coach Charles Green 154 155 Front row: Chuck Leonard, Mark Abramowicz, John Denison, Rich McCormick, Paul Abramowicz, Bob Driscoll, Coach Don Edmonston; Second row: Kevin McCarthy, Bruce Bucklin, Chuck James, David Thompson, Al DePalma, Dave Harju. John Denison 156 I o.irio Rnh Kppn- Second row Brett Maclnnes, Bill Kezer, Smith, Bob Eagles, Mike McGillvary. Junior Varsity and Frestiman Basitetbali Pr«.hm«n Basketball Front row Dan Banis, Ken Fitzpatrick, Tony DIStefano, Mike Mullen. Dennis Dris- :rCoach st second row: •Tiny McPherson, Barry Bucklm. Joe Merola, Stuart Barry, Ph,l Clough, Ken Ragmuson; Third row: Rich Fennessey, John Peterson, Jim O Reilly. 158 Bret Maclnnes throws one up in JV game. 159 Winter Track Squad: Front row: Coach Charles Green, Jay Jardin, Mike Lonergan, Neal McGrail, Bruce Young Harry Crawford Scott Webster, Ed Rodrigues, Damon Ostis, Marshall Shore; Second row: Tom Foley, Steve Roose, Dave Sweeney, Mike Dosier Ron Day Dave Soper, Bob Maclnnes, Paul Simons, Bill Washburn, Beth Cline; Third row: Chester Chlpman, Kevin Devan. Ray Nickerson John Joseph Derek Green, Wally Soper, Bob King, Ralph Pollilio. j aeM " . Winter Track and Wrestling Wrestling Squad: Front row: Coach Roger Dawe, Glen lllaqua, Pat McHugh, Ross Schubarth. George Price (captain) Paul Rogers (captain) Ken Golder, Jack Zawalich, Steve Rotella, Carl Koslnski, Coach Steve Woodruff; Second row: Steve Locantore, Steve Kosinski Brian Walton Paul Kilday, Brian McHugh, John Eastman, Mike McDonald, Mike Valenti, Ray O Brien; Third row: Rich Canavan Mike Rivers Ed Couahlin ' Fred McNeil, Gene lllaqua, Gary Burke. ' 160 Front row: Jack Gaffney, Greg Boc, Gerry Cavanaugh, Ron Doherty, Hank Moore, Al Prisco, Tom DePalma, John Bucaria, Dan Marks; Second row: Coach Ray O ' Malley, Chuck Coan, Andy Dijak, Bob Perry, Dan Andrews, Dave Voipe, Steve King, Gary Du- cott, Tim Hathaway, Brian Murphy, Larry Gerbick, Coach Jim Gormley. Varsity Hockey Freshman and Junior Varsity Hocl ey FRESHMAN HOCKEY Paul Wenskivich, Steve Storm, Brian King, George Batte, Mike Duval, Bob McGrath, Coach O ' Malley. Second row: John Muldoon, Greg Jackman, Al Fairbain, Kevin Callahan, Paul Frazier, Ed Bezzaro, Tom Buckley. Third row: Al McDonald, Pat Penney, " Bronco " McCarthy, Fred Simms, Ivan Wahl. JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY Front row: Bob Kolesinski, Chuck Coen, Coach Ray O ' Malley, Phil Huenkler, Chuck Robichau. Second row: Larry Gerbick, John Leaver, Jim Carter, Steve Kershaw , Dana Krul, Eddie Ivaldi. Third row: Danny O ' Donnell, Stuart Wahl, Frank Callahan, Paul Goodv» in, Bob O ' Day, Jim Cowgill. Stoughton 33 8 6 29 41 47 34 22 13 Hockomock Co-Champs League Record 7-1 Season Record 8-1 Varsity Football Mansfield Oliver Ames North Attleboro Sharon Foxboro Newton South King Philip Franklin Canton Opponent 6 0 30 6 0 12 6 6 8 Scoreboard JV Football Stoughton Opponent 8 Mansfield 0 0 Oliver Ames 0 Q North Attleboro 12 6 Sharon 18 0 Foxboro 8 0 King Philip 6 14 Franklin 6 20 Canton 20 Season Record 2-4-2 Freshmen Football Stoughton Opponent 40 Mansfield 6 6 Oliver Ames 28 0 North Attleboro 0 16 Sharon 8 0 Foxboro 2 22 King Philip 0 0 Franklin 6 22 Canton 6 Season Record 4-3-1 Cross Country Stoughton Opponent 15 King Philip 45 20 Sharon 39 15 Franklin 45 15 Mansfield 50 35 North Attleboro 19 18 Oliver Ames 43 16 Canton 42 18 Foxboro 40 League Champs, Season Record of £ -1 Finished First in Hockomock League Meet Finished First in the South Shore Principle Meet Finished Third n Cross Country Division III Varsity Field Hockey Stoughton 2 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 Whitman-Hanson Canton North Attleboro Sharon King Philip Foxboro Oliver Ames Mansfield Franklin Opponent 0 4 2 1 2 0 1 0 3 Season Record 2-6-2 Stoughton 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Season Record 2-7 JV Field Hockey Opponent Whitman-Hanson 1 Canton 2 Sharon 0 King Philip 0 Foxboro 2 Oliver Ames 5 Mansfield 2 Franklin 3 Varsity Basketball Stoughton Opponent 62 Jamaica Plain 54 115 Boston Trade 61 75 Mansfield 57 76 King Philip 55 113 Jamaica Plain 90 57 North Attleboro 50 70 Foxboro 47 80 Franklin 57 68 Canton QB oO 81 Oliver Ames 44 57 Sharon 40 72 Mansfield 42 78 King Philip 54 82 Boston English 81 49 North Attleboro 45 70 Foxboro 63 53 Franklin 26 72 Canton 30 69 Oliver Ames 53 57 Sharon 54 Hockomock League Champs With a League Season Record of 20-0 Tournament 57 Durfee 60 JV Basketball Stoughton Opponent 46 Jamaica Plain 35 52 Boston Trade 21 52 Mansfield 24 48 King Philip 46 39 North Attleboro 32 40 Foxboro 46 50 Franklin 40 38 Canton 25 35 Oliver Ames 41 36 Sharon 34 43 Mansfield 32 51 King Philip 42 45 Boston English 48 39 North Attleboro 32 47 Foxboro 38 51 Franklin 50 54 Canton 47 58 Oliver Ames 51 40 Sharon 35 Season Record 1 7-2 Hockomock JV Champs Freshmen Basketball Stoughton Opponent 38 Mansfield 19 36 King Philip 33 23 Oliver Ames 42 29 North Attleboro 45 30 Franklin 37 21 Canton 25 31 Foxboro 33 19 Sharon 31 42 Mansfield 22 35 King Philip 28 25 Oliver Ames 35 32 North Attleboro 35 39 Franklin 43 35 Canton 37 43 Foxboro 34 40 Sharon 41 Season Record 5-1 1 Winter Track Stoughton Opponent 52 Mansfield 29 52 Foxboro 29 38 Canton 48 50 King Philip 36 55 Oliver Ames 31 54 Sharon 31 40 Franklin 46 38 North Attleboro 48 Varsity Hockey Stoughton Opponsnt 4 Millis 1 7 Blue Hills 2 5 Dover Sherborn 2 2 Oliver Ames 5 South Shore 3 7 Franklin 5 Southeastern " 1 0 King Philip -| 2 Canton 13 5 Millis 2 2 Blue Hills 3 4 Dover Sherborn 2 2 Oliver Ames o o 3 Southeastern i 1 5 South Shore 3 5 King Philip 3 4 Franklin 2 1 Canton 6 League Record 12-6 Junior Varsity Record 8-15-3 Freshmen Record 17-7 Varsity Wrestling Stoughton opponent 33 Waltham 24 24 Braintree 27 30 Brockton 24 19 Weymouth North 33 11 Milford 46 30 Needham 27 44 27 Duxbury 1 0 Scituate 32 42 Foxboro 22 12 Norwood 42 33 Newton South 24 21 Newton North 31 23 Dedham 27 Season Record 7-6 Girls Varsity Basketball Opponent Milton 21 Brockton 24 Avon 6 North Attleboro 22 Foxboro 36 Franklin 36 Sacred Heart 30 Canton 38 Oliver Ames 44 Sharon 35 Mansfield 37 King Phihp 44 North Attleboro 34 Foxboro 38 Franklin 39 Franklin 27 Stoughton 49 42 42 42 52 28 52 49 36 39 45 54 49 53 42 32 League Record 8-1 Season Record 14-2 Hockmock League Champs Season Record 5-3 (Third Place) 164 Girls JV Basketball Stoughton Opponent 17 Milton 3 10 Brockton 6 21 Avon 8 19 North Attleboro 12 16 Foxboro 15 7 Franklin 17 26 Sacred Heart 14 13 Canton 14 4 Oliver Ames 17 27 Sharon 17 14 Mansfield 21 34 King Philip 21 20 North Attleboro 10 19 Foxboro 17 18 Franklin 23 Season Record 10-5 Girls Gymnastics Stoughton Opponent 42 45 Weymouth South 79 55 43 1 Bridgewater Raynham 43 43 6 Quincy 66 44 65 Brockton 51 05 48.75 King Philip 59 01 45 60 Scituate 62 65 39 4 Bridgewater Raynham 434 43 Dedham 27 Season Record 2-6 VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Front row: Coach Foley, Tina Communale, Jody Johnson, Co-Captain Mary Cotter, Co-Captain Debbie Garjian, Claudia Baptista, Marge Barrett, Coach Cavanaugh. Second row: Carol Wessling, Donna Botsch, Barbara Gair, Cheryl Conly, Janice Staula, Susan Tropea. Third row: Lori Circeo, Denise Coffey, Susan Teed. Mary Cotter, Co-Captain Debbie Garjian, Co-Captain Susan Teed Stoughton, Stoughton, rah, rah, rah! ' Donna Botsch Cheryl Conly . . . Muddy fields, late prac- tices, running the track, shin guards, cheering on bus rides, tieing Foxboro . . . Coach Cavanaugh, hours of drill, rainy game days, high hopes, TOGETH- ERNESS . . . Varsity Field Hocliey Janice Staula Lori Circeo 165 Junior Varsity Fieid Hocliey JUNIOR VARSITY Front row: Coach Foley, Elaine Gallagher, Jayne Duffy, Jane Staula, Jean Beaudoin, Coach Cavanaugh. Second row: Doryce Smith, Cheryl Manson, Louise Sangiolo, Karin Forssblad, Kathy McGrail. Third row: Wendy Jackman, Cheryl Leonard, Debbie Russell, Karen Seely, Mary Dunfey. I " Look out, here I come! " ' What did you say? Varsity action. 167 Front row: Captain Betty Lentell, Mrs. Michele Foley, Captain Anne Fitzpatrick; Second row: Cindy Costello, Barbara Perry, Barbie O ' Neil, Pat- ty Moeller, Micky McKinnon, Jane Brown, Debbi Raymond, Jill Gaffney, Mary O ' Neil, Joanne Hanson; Third row: Barbara Hopkins, Karen Wei- derhorn, Melissa Apostle, Janice Callahan, Paula Taglieri, Cheryl Blatt, Joanne McSweeney, Kathryn Case, Jeanne Beaudoin, Mona McKinnon; Fourth row: Bernadette Constance, Jeannette Doyle, Sandy Goulston, Connie Voipe, Alberta Silva. Carol DeVito, Peggy McDonald, Beth Cline, Laura McKay, JoAnn Colman. Gymnastics Captain Betty Lentell Gymnastics is a sport of expression. Days of smiling, days of depression. Ups and downs, bumps and bruises. Days for winners, days for losers. Bridgewater-Raynham, Quincy North, Days when desires and dreams come forth. Captain Anne Fitzpatrick 168 Girls ' Varsity Baslietbail 170 CAPTAIN MARY COTTER JANICE STAULA CAPTAIN SUSAN TEED Hockomock League Champs LORI CIRCEO VALERIE SPORT Basketball . . . B-Ball . . . Coach Douglas . . . Sprints . . . Foxboro game-numbers ... 4 years of dreams . . . high hopes . . wanting to win determination Franklin twice . a team alone . seniors . . . . . pride and . . beating . playing as . to be on top— all being number one at last ... a great but sad way to end . . . the Impos- sible Dream comes true, for we are the very best . . . 171 Junior Varsity Basi etbail First row: Nunifa White, Mary Diggs, Joyce Westbrook, Wendy Jackman, Wanda Hamm Second row: Lynda Monahan, Debbie Russell, Cheryl Leonard, Louise Sangiolo, Jane Staula, Coach Ferrullo. 172 Compliments of BLACKWELL STUDIO " Your Class Photographer " 10 Freeman Street Stoughton, Mass. 174 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 73 Now that you have completed your high school education, unlimited possibilities for interesting careers await you. With your high school diploma, you can afford to be selective in your choice of career. 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Compliments to ' 73 Graduates ALLTOWN REALTY INC, PRECISION DOOR WINDOW INC. A A CONTRACTING INC. 181 A E ENTERPRIZES INC Homes of Distinction 238-7340 CLASS OF 74 182 Congratulations To The Class of 1973 F. C. Phillips Inc. 473 Washington St. Tel.: 344-9400 Stoughton, Mass. Compliments of B.P.M. Supermarket Compliments of A W Compliments of Wm. H. Totman Asphalt Corp. 1823 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 183 Best Wishes Class of " 73 " Dom Staula Plumbing and Heating Congratulations to the Class of 1973 ANDY ' S FOOD MART Venimus, Vidimus, Vicimus We came, We Saw, We conquered National Honor Society VAN ' S BARBER SHOP Ruff- 1 Look and Shag Halrstyling 184 Congratulations Class of ' 73 from B. S. CONCRETE FORMS Stoughton, Mass. TIPPY ' S GARDEN CENTER Compliments of RMC PRINTING Washington St. Stoughton Compliments to ' 73 Graduates Break a Leg!! Thespian Troupe 2877 185 ATLANTIC PRINTING OFFSET CO. INC. Jim Doherty 344-5857 Dick Vita 344-7208 542-0338 Congratulations to the Class of 1973 A M ATLANTIC 1589 Turnpike St. Stoughton, Mass. Manny, Barney, Richie, and Jim Phone 344-9803 DENNENO ' S PIZZA SUBS Specializing in all kinds of Pizza 545 Pearl Street Stoughton As nice as we can be We wish luck to the class of ' 73 Betty, Karen, Patti, Cathy, Micky, Barbie, Suzanne, Mona, Donna, Cheryl, Mary 186 DOROTHY-JEAN ' S BAKERY 419 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. We ' re talking about the class that ' s the very best ' 73 is better than the rest. Marianne, Claudia, Mary, Debbie, Mariellen, Sandy, Diane, Susan, Jane, Denise, Alicia, Anne-Marie, Roseanne, and Kathy Good Luck from MAJORETTES Robin, Michele, Pam, Joan, Marilyn, Linda, Laura, Linda, Sharon, Stephanie, Trisha, Denyce Alternates: Debbie, Daphne, Debbi Congratulations to the Graduates of the Class of ' 73 DiNolo Angelo Inc. 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Compliments of Moran ' s Floorcraft Inc. 800 Centre St. Brockton, Mass. 583-1251 STOUGHTON SHELL STATION 344-9860 Best Wishes LEE ' S BEAUTY SALON 161 Pleasant Street Stoughton 344-9966 albums-tapes-instruments THE MUSIC MACHINE 1 1 9 Sharon St. Cobb ' s Corner Stoughton 344-9846 191 Bard ' s Hardware and Supply 7 Freeman St. Stoughton 344-4022 21 South Main St. Sharon, Mass. 784-8862 for jeans tops totes belts Good Luck and Best Wishes from Stoughton Drug Company Eleanor and Paul Goulston Reg. Pharm. Congratulations from Veteran ' s Taxi 768 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-4280 Wyman Jewelers, Inc. Certified Gemologlst American Gem Society Wyman Street Stoughton Best Wishes to the Class of " 73 " Women ' s Apparel Shop 797A Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. ' ' womens-boys-girls and infant wear " Compliments of TWIN-KEE Best Wishes to the Class of ' 73 from Stoughton Hardware 192 Sam John ' s Shoe Store 789 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. 344-2590 • Announcements • Informals • Wedding Invitations Business and Social Stationery CREVOLA PRINT Dial 344-4833 35 Park Street Compliments of Chet Cohenno, Photography Don ' s T.V. Sales Service 146 Brickel Road, Stoughton, Mass. ZENITH, ADMIRAL, RCA Color Antennas Installed Service On All Makes 344-9300 Dentch Ford Inc. 31 Porter St. Stoughton James Kourafas Al Beauregard Robert Peterson Alex Kourafas Richard Gray Wallace Pickard FLOWERS BY CELI CANDY DELITE 113 Sharon Street, Cobbs Corner Stoughton, Mass. 02072 Tel.: 344-9953 THE COMPLETE CANDY STORE IDA LOU BARR Lakewood Communications 1520 Washington St. Two Way Radio Service 193 DEACON Plumbing Heating Co., Inc. 32 Pleasant Street Stoughton, Massachusetts Tel. 344-2541 The QualitY Leader OPENTIL MIDNIGHT STOUGHTON TOOL AND DIE CO., INC. MURPHY COAL CO. INC. 793 Washington St. Stoughton, Mass. 344-3012 BOB ' S Phillips 66 Washington Street Stoughton, Mass. ROBERT ' S JEWELRY INC. Tri -Town -Mall Canton, Mass. 02021 Tel.: 828-0954 Compliments of a FRIEND Best Wishes to the Class of " 1973 " Stoughton Rainbow Assembly 91 194 Patron Ads GOLD PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Terry T. Fratus Mr. Mrs. James W. Parandes Mr. Mrs. Robert H. Botsch Robert Mary Case Mr. Mrs. Arthur Jasmin Mr. Mrs. Stephen Polychrones The Robert E. Audlee Family Mr. Mrs. Theodore A. Cerri Mr. Mrs. Philip Roth Mr. Mrs. William McCormick Mr. Mrs. Walter Driscoll Mr. Mrs. Khacher S. Dostoomian Mr. Mrs. Anthony Goodman Mr. Mrs. Gary D. Erickson Mr. Mrs. David L. Berkley SILVER PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Francis E. Maioli Mr. Mrs. Armand L. Baptista The O ' Reilly ' s Mr. Mrs. George V. Murphy Mr. Mrs. Edwin T. Visser Mr. Mrs. Ernest 0. Burrill Mr. Mrs. Sydney Rosenfield Mr. Mrs. John W. Denison, Sr. Mr. Mrs. Bernard V. Cullen Mr. Mrs. John F. Kelley Congratulations Class of ' 73 Mr. Mrs. Murphy Mr. Mrs. Charles G. McCarthy, Jr. Mr. Mrs. John C. Hathaway The Robert W. Hanna Family Mr. Mrs. William J. Cheverie Mr. Mrs. Silvio A. Beaudoin Mr. Mrs. Matthew C. Hannon Mr. Mrs. Robert Benson Mr. Mrs. Al Popper Mr. Mrs. Walter H. Johnson Mr. Mrs. James J. Connolly Sandra Patterson Mr. Mrs. Kenneth Kalen PATRONS Mr. Mrs. Joseph H. Geden Mr. Mrs. Thomas F. Casserly Mr. Mrs. A. J. Dembrowsky Mr. Mrs. Harold Sawyer and family Mr. Mrs. Edward Panico Mr. Mrs. Samuel Nevell Caddell Mr. Mrs. Harvey L. Friedland 195 COACHES OF THE YEAR Mr. Bucklin, JV Basketball; Mr. Douglas, Girls ' Basketball; Mr. Edmonston, Varsity Basketball; Mr. Cullen, Football; Mr. Green, Cross Country. SHS Champions This is a salute to Stoughton teams that have brought first place trophies to Stoughton and have honored us all ... this tribute is also to those athletes who made first place possible . . . and to the coaches who have brought out the best in us. Football is a tough sport to play ... it includes, along with the glory, bumps and bruises . . . many tough games were played, but with great teamwork and effort our boys came through . . . Coach Cullen was named " Coach of the year " . . . Rich McCormick, Bob Gillpatrick, Ross Schubarth, Ralph Pollilio, and Bruce Bucklin were named to all-star teams. Our cross country team also won the league title . . . Coach Green drilled his team into winners . . . Harry Crawford, Neal McGrail, Dave Soper, Mike Lonergan, and Bruce Young were the ones who enabled Stoughton to finish first always. Three of our basketball teams won their league champion- ship. The girls basketball team led by Coach Douglas dominated their league . . . sparked by all-stars Janice McPherson and Mary Cotter, the Knights beat Franklin twice in what one would call " must " wins. Chuckle James, Richie McCormick, and Dave Thompson were named to many basketball all-star teams . . , the Knights had the best season a Massachusetts high school team could have, winning all 20 games . . . John Denison, Bob Driscoll, and Chuckle Leonard also helped out the team in a big way . . . Coach Edmonston was named " Coach of the Year. " The JV basketball team followed in the Varsity footsteps as they also won . . . Coach Bucklin was the major cause of the championship . . . George McPherson and Billy Alexander helped the team from the floor. Janice Staula in field hockey, John McGrail in Winter track, Randy White in wrestling and Mickey McKinnon in gymnastics won awards in their sports. All together, 1972-73 is truly the year of champions. Paul Tamul 196 SPORTS BUREAU Seated: John McGrail, Richie IVIacKeen, Carol Wessling. Standing: Paul Tamul, Seth Livingstone, Paul Swan. 199 73 • • • Stotonian Supplement Girls Spring Sports TENNIS TEAM Front Row: Ann Curran, Cathy McGinnes, Margie Donovan, Nancy Wilczewski, Jennifer Hemion, Linda Trepsas, Cathy McDonnell. Second Row: Coach Linda Pierce, Betsy Mason, Doreen Monahan, Debbie Ferrini, Karen Weiderhorn, Lynn Burrill, Captain, Lisa Danes, Ann Farrel. r Linda Trepsas 2 Softball SOFTBALL TEAM Front Row: Coach Michele Foley, Scorer Cheryl Leonard, Robin Anderson, Karen Leopard!, Judy Valenti, Jody Johnson, Joan Valenti, Sue Tropea, Debbie Russell, Patricia Bowker. Second Row: Coach John Douglas, Denise Coffey, Lori Circeo, Mary Cotter, Debbie Garglan, Cheryl Conly, Janice Staula, Chris Lynch. Lorl Circeo Debbie Gargian Janice Staula 3 VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row: Rich Daggett, Rich Carter, Rich McCormicl , Paul Lavergetta, Mark Abramowicz, Ed Rodrigues, Paul Abramowicz, John Callan, Coach Lou Colombo. Second Row: Matt Foster, Bob King, Bob Curley, John DeAndrade, Rich Hvoslef, Dave Harju, Billy Luppino, Manager John Drummey. Bill Luppino John Callan Coach Lou Colombo Rich Carter Mark Abramowicz FRESHMAN BASEBALL Front Row: Brooks Berlett, Bob McGrath, Kevin Laurie, Paul Wenskavich, Mike Driscoll, Greg Jackman, Coach Bill Powell. Second Row: Don Manuel, Jim Kelly, Dennis Driscoll, Al Lyons, Ken Sawyer, John Bichekas. Third Row: Joe Sestito, Ed Bezzaro, John Peterson, George Batte, Steve Kelly. 5 VARSITY TRACK Front Row: Bret Maclnnes, Jack Gaffney, John McGrail, John Denison, Damon Ostis, Bob Driscoll, Wayne Boghosian, Ross Schubarth, Marshall Shore, Tom Schillinger, Dave Soper. Second Row: Coach Charles Green, Neal McGrail, Tom Foley, Paul Foley, Ralph Pollilio, Bruce Bucklin, Bruce Young, Harry Crawford, Mike Lonergan, Mike Rivers, Dave Cope, Ronny Day, Tim Shay, Coach Don Bernier. Track Second to None Ross Schubarth John McGrail JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK Front Row: Beth Kline, Wally Soper, Fred DePina, Jay Jardin, Derek Green, John Ford, Scott Webster, Don Eagles, Billy Alexander, Steve Bishop, Stew Saltzman. Second Row: Coach Charles Green, Bill Dozer, " Tiny " McPherson, Ronny Frank, Dave Cachopa, Steve Fisher, Steve Roose, Barry Bucklin, Fred McNeil, Stu Barer, Coach Don Bernier, Kevin Doody. 6 Bob Giroux GOLF TEAM Front Row: Jimmy O ' Reily, Karin Forssbald, Jack Zawalich, Bob Giroux, Chuck Vuytowecz, Paul Tamul. Second Row: Tony DiStafano, Al DePalma, Gary Fredricksen, Alden Perry, Ned Hochmuth, Peter Green, Coach Dale LaVelle. Peter Green Gary Fredrickson Paul Tamul TENNIS TEAM Kneeling: Al Montgomery, Marty Thomas, Steve Hill, Bruce Katz, Standing: Coach Richard Holbert, Dave Jackson, Larry Gerbick, Paul Gusciora, Scott Jardin, Russ Clough. Golf-Tennis Steve Hill Karin Forssblad Al Montgomery Class Trip (J Class Night CLASS NIGHT AWARDS American Legion Silver Medal D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award Dry Pond Association Award Fieldbrook Young Woman ' s Club Award Henry W. Wilson Memorial Award National Merit Scholarship Awards: Certificates of National Merit Letters of Commendation Stoughton Jaycee Wives Award Stoughton Minerva Lodge, Daughters of Italy, Award Stoughton Policewomen ' s Award Stoughton Woman ' s Club Juniors Award Robert F. Gillpatrick Robin A. Vita Paul H. Rogers Debra A. LaCivita David W. Soper Robert E. Audlee, Jr. Alan M. Montgomery Peter D. Green Linda M. Trepsas Clare A. Crowley David C. Voipe Denise M. Roche Ellen C. Cumings STOUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVE- MENT MEDALS Art Christopher J. Gay Business Education Carol A. Jones Dramatics Peter D. Green English Alan M. Montgomery Foreign Language Deborah A. Fratus Home Economics Nancy M. Connolly Industrial Arts Carl H. Geden Instrumental Music John J. Kearns Journalism Jo Ann Cerri Mathematics Stephen L. Hill Physical Education (Boys) Peter Lochiatto, Jr. Physical Education (Girls) Mary E. Ott Science Stephen L. Hill Social Studies Beth E. Eastman Vocal Music Alan M. Montgomery STEPHEN M JOHNSON " Etienne " . . . bright, quiet, knows what ' s going on . . . " Right on! " . . . McDonald ' s or in a blue Mustang . . . H-hours, D206 . . . live to be 100 ... end of all wars . . . " Chi- cago " ... to go to college . . . (NOTE: The editors apologize to Steve Johnson for failure to In- clude his picture and write-up, due to staff oversight, in the first volume) 15 GraduatiorREFERENCM Aravath Torah Brotherhood Scholarship: Joyce Mandell Andrew Wong Memorial Scholarship: John McGrail Brockton Public Market Scholarship: Linda Trepsas Brookfield Engineering Laboratories Scholarship: Jo Ann Cerri Dr. Charles H. Gray Memorial Scholarship: Joan Cheverie Edwin A. Jones Prizes: Beth Eastman and Alan Montgomery The Frank Vogel Memorial Scholarship: Alan Montgomery Fred and Sarah Lipsky Achievement Scholarship: Sandra Field Fred C. Phillips Memorial Scholarship: Donna Botsch Kim Mead Memorial Scholarship: Mary Ott Stoughton High School Thespian Scholarship: Linda Budrick, Catherine Berkeley Stoughton Lions Club Scholarship: Donna Parandes Stoughton Little League Scholarship: Leslie Hanna Stoughton Lodge No. 72, I.O.O.F. Scholarship: Claudia Baptista Stoughton Lodge No. 150, Knights of Pythias-Myron E. Garber Award: Lori Circeo Stoughton P.T.A. Scholarship; Barbara Gair Stoughton Post 1645, Veterans of Foreign Wars-Elmer E. Parsons Memorial Scholarship: Patricia Connolly Stoughton Public Works Employers Association Scholarship: Gary Fredericksen Stoughton Rotary Club Scholarship: Linda Cullen Stoughton Sitter Service Scholarships: Rosemary Colgan, Linda Cullen, Deborah Guertin, Bonnie Hudson Stoughton Teachers Association Scholarship: Marianne Johnston-ln Memory of Mr. John Goff Nadine Maioli— In Memory of Mrs. Marjorie McAvoy Debra Saetz— In Memory of Mr. Frank Vogel Valerie Sport-In Memory of Mr. Paul Pitman Stoughton Woman ' s Club Scholarship: Laura Dostoomian Stoughton Young Citizens Scholarship: Alan Montgomery West Stoughton Civic Association, Inc., Scholarship Award: Robert Audlee Stoughton Scholarship Fund Awards: Alan Montgomery, Beth Eastman, Nancy Connolly, Melanie Cordeiro, Patricia Ewing, Shirley McCorrison. Stoughton Fair Housing and Human Rights Association Scholarship: Cheryl Jones. K. Of C. Lt. Kenneth Donahue Memorial Scholarship: John Denison . Michael Romanuck Post 1645 and Ladies ' Aux and Military Order of Cooties, P.T. «69 Scholarship: Jean Ellen McCarthy Richard M. Fitzpatrick Memorial Scholarship: Regina Poshkus Shawmut, Inc. Scholarship: Carol Jones Simeone Stone Corporation Scholarship: Robin Vita Stoughton Boosters Club Scholarship: Nancy Connolly and John Denison Stoughton Chamber of Commerce-James A. Memorial Scholarship: Deborah Fratus Stoughton Chapter National Honor Society Award: , Robert Gil Ipatrick ' i Stoughton High School Music Scholarship: ' John Kearns ? ui ■ a b -J : ill ; ? f:
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