Technical High School - Tech Tiger Yearbook (Springfield, MA)

 - Class of 1960

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Beal D0f0thY S- R0biUS0D, Ward 6 Assistant Superintendent, Raymond G. Superneau, Ward 7 Joseph E' Buckley Principal of Technical High School, Mr. Donald G. Gifford Raymond J. Durocher, Ward 8 Mary M. Lynch, Member at Large Assistant Principal, . ' ff' ' . Mayor Thomas J O Connor, Ex O 1c1o Mr. Beldmg F- Jackson Assistant Principal, Mr. Melvin A. Lynch LAYOUT EDITOR Joanne Stolte SENIOR BIOGRAPHY EDITOR Judy Bressem CLUB EDITOR Phll Scott Gary Arndt Susan Bonelli Linda Carlson Tina Garber Donna Ferguson Bonnie Mulak Edward O'Connell Charles Curio Phil Tzntrcuult LITERARY Sidney V. Doane Euclidc lgrguc Tech Tiger Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Linda Schechterle SPORTS EDITOR Barry Anderson STAFF MEMBERS BUSINESS STAFF PICTURES Loring Studios and AIDVISURS l'llU'lOCiRAl'l IY SENIOR PICTURE EDITOR Linda Duffy ART EDITOR Bob Young PICTURE EDITOR Douglas McCowan Joseph Grabon Lynda Kretschmar Richard Monson Linda Thayer John Pollard Robert Surnucki Robert Weeks .lumcs I amgonc IDLIVILI Kos llllSlNlfSS C Nelson lhlllcr, Jr. Cicrlmrrl Wilkc Many times you have heard someone say, "well technically speaking this is true? They might have meant that according to a law of physics or a theorem in math a certain thing should work out all right. But to many when the words "technically speaking" are used they mean "the way l see it ------ The theme of this yearbook centers around the idea that "TECH- nically speaking" is anything said by Tech students. We have used the jargon of Tech students to help you remember your wonderful years at Tech. As you turn the pages we hope you will find just what you ex- pected and even more. On each division page you will find a tiger who is speaking in the form of a picture. This picture rep- resents the place where the people in that division work. To give you a yearbook and say that the theme is utechnically speaking" and then not let you hear any of the sounds of Tech would be rather sillyg therefore, a record comes with the yearbook so that you will re- member better graduation and Tech Tantrums. The Tiger Staff wishes to thank Ed Malley of the Springfield Daily News Staff for his picture which ap- pears on the Ads division page, and many thanks to Shawinigan Resins Corporation for allowing us to take a picture of their lab which appears on the end sheets. Our thanks also to Mr. Northrup for his help in taking the picture on this page. Technically speaking, we hope you will find this yearbook to be the best ever. l IHQWZ-Yi u .,.,-.1..1 ,..wiRmmmm i s f' ' M l Hin jf 1-ms.. ,.., ...mfg L- ff' f I - T fl . ' r H A ' rf N ' ' .' ' ' .-.f ,,..., in . 'Q "iff, ' "' sa- - I 3 1 -' "Technically Speaking" Table of Contents ON r4misTRATl 1 P-D 94 VI VI VI lzl -A lJ'urv1oAs A 80 I '7?R"6'?-T' A 92 AC Tlvrrfss n 104 11 A D5 P. I4-8 - l 1i-1 SENIORS SPORTS P 2.4 P '25 -I u Technically N 1 'IM if 9 1 :Hgh Ulu In ll I' ,:? ,JA I I Lu-I 5:1 I" 4 J Q' ' "D ' 1 " -111 s hx -Tb. I lg. I.. :Rx ,,,,,,,...,,m,,,,W 1 , , 1--. xi-if' 'f' ffm - -Q' - tsl: W Speaking 5 5, 3 2 4 5 ii 1 in 9 O 9 0 ,, f v V- .... ,, . ,f.,Ws.,.s. the teacher, eh? I wonder tho applc polisher could be' that bewildered boy who a pot put in the girls' sewing class and would like Mr. Gifford to put him back with the rest of the malt- clo- ment in mechanical clrawinug or perhaps it is a repentent senior f1 eeking forgiveness fr o ni Mr. ynch for his misdemeanorg and en again, it might be that "for- ever late" junior hoping to get a tardy pass from Mr. Jackson. A pair of glasses too! Some poor teacher strained his eyes on honaek work pap91?S,,,9QmQ,Og1'Ljgggg'1, iand es- v tests, or maybe it was glaring too prob- e ritten if your read- have ve to YQU f W mark fail- in in the list of has very SIHCG marks way. - just work Y U I Mr. Lynch - Assistant principal "Do the principals read comics too?" ' ,IFFW :iff mu s 19? 1. 'A . 'S' r. X , A B . "I wonder who Mr. Lynch is talking to." "These four ladies are the bright lights in the office." I Sm I fqs., 7 ,ff I '. A' 1 5. . Standingg Left to right: Miss Kennedy, Mrs. Angers, Mrs. Komosa. Seated: Mrs. Wingard ads'-h, X . , -Xi . NN-X H A I , me . Mr. Gifford and Mrs. Angers 5 41 9 if V I 1 ,., ' Q 5 f 4 'WJ , x .J , If 'I-it .'a'ff , . tv, m '. I t L -' Mit Jzickson - assistant print ip il , vt 1 - V Y 'P ' - . ' A ,g,,,,:,1-,MC 'xi D " A , ' ' vm f iitii' -i I K I X X - 1 ' !i'iNf'Mft7f,'sritw1i,' . A i . , , V r-sci' we 'Wi I V , . 3"r:r'p,t1-w.tW I Gifford Left to right: Miss Hoar, Mr. has sent us his dirty linens to "All their dealings ure square und above the board." "Where du they hung out?" "Keep ll stiff upper lip!" Reid, Mr. Lawrence, Mr. McMahon, Miss Whittemore The ing wash.', S .2355 wg 412-'Y' ' f 'V .ff- fvf gi Z A 1-1- s . .476 -5.74 ,Q if 'jk . t P i' Q f 2 5 . l 1 SA xx. i . l E X s ' 5 5 K f' 5 X . ' TL' .1 an ii ' ix Y Y. f, f L, 9-' J-a T J. 8 4 ' E im' 1 qgiil i- it H M Y ax Q l 1 I if gi i 'LPHH ' 'T rw f' a ' Jii.'xi"xgmv'g 1 I, - 1- 'P- E-fg tl"!sxt' ",, ,4 E--S 'lfliiff I I i il .. f. f.-siI!i:r"e!A.- Among the new teachers this year at Tech is Mr. Donald Ledger, who is filling in for Doc Candon in the English department. Mr. Ledger is a graduate of Holy Cross Prep School, St. Michael's in New Jersey and the University of Massachusetts. In addition to teaching in Hopkins and New Salem Academies, Mr. Ledger has taught in Paris and Poitiers, France. While abroad, he visited most of the western countries in Europe. In his spare time, Mr. Ledger enjoys going roller skating, play- ing tennis, and listening to music. Also new at Tech is Mr. Leonard Melanson, re- cently graduated from Westfield State Teachers College. He is in the Tech Science Department as a chemistry teacher. A native of Westfield. Mr. Melanson now lives there with his wife and little daughter, Ann Marie. Hunting and fishing are his favorite hobbies, though he enjoys watching football, basketball, and baseball games. New to the Math Department is Mrs. Eunola Hederman, who taught math here ll years ago. She is a Vermont native and a firm Tech fan and enjoys both the students and advanced subject matter to be found at Tech. In the Tech Math Department we find Mr. Wil- liam Kennedy, Jr., a graduate of Fitchburg State Teach- ers' College. Before coming to Tech. he taught five years in a Long Island school system and then one year at Duggan Junior High. Mr. Kennedys pastimes are hunting, fishing, and horseback riding. Also in the Math Department is Mr. Herbert Doer- fler, who comes to Tech from the Smith Vocational School in Northampton. Previous to teaching in North- ampton, he taught in the Boston public schools. Mr. Doerfler, a native of Hyde Park, Massachusetts, is a graduate of Boston College and Ford University, His hobbies are bowling and golf. Miss Frances Hefner, new to the English Depart- ment, comes to us from Augsburg, Germany, where she taught in a U.S. Army Department School, her base for travel throughout Europe. Already she's convinced that she'll enjoy teaching at Tech. "I seem to find everyone very friendly and the students all eo-operative," she says. Relaxing to records completes with swimming and skating her favorite leisure time activities. A new member of the language department is Mrs. Fein who was here last year as a substitute teacher. Mrs. Fein received her B.A. from Smith College as well as her M.A. from Columbia. and has studied at the University of Mexico. She has been a French and Span- ish translator in the Foreign Department of a New York bank. as well as a Spanish interpreter for official guests of the State Department from Latin American countries. She has also been employed by a private organization that works with the World Health Organ- ization of the United Nations in public health programs in Latin America. In her leisure, Mrs. Fein enjoys swimming. tennis, and listening to music. Another new teacher is Miss Joan Cormack. who is teaching freshman World History. Miss Cormack received her degrees from the University of Massachu- setts and Springfield College. Before coming to Tech. she taught at East Longmeadow and Hampden Junior High Schools. During the summer. Miss Cormack en- joys camping and bicycling. Teaching freshmen English is Mrs. Anna Shannon who may be remembered by some Techites as a sub- stitute here last year. She has also been conducting adult education English classes for twenty years. Mrs. Shannon received her degrees from Westfield State Teachers' College and the University of Massachusetts. Outside school. Mrs. Shannon devotes most of her time to her husband and two teen-aged children. However. she does find time to square-dance. golf. and bowl, New teachers not in picture: From Marietta. Georgia comes Miss Upshaw. new to the Gym Department. She has previously taught for I3 years at Wesleyan College: Macon. Georgia. Miss Upshaw holds degrees from Concord College and the George Peabody College for Teachers. both in Georgia. Sports is not only her occupation. but her hobby also. A new member of the Tech Home Economics De- partment is Mrs. Alice Gordon who may be familiar to many girls as she has been a substitute at Tech in the past. She is a graduate ol' the Boston School of Domestic Science and has furthered her education at Yale, New York Universitv. Cornell, and the University of New Hampshire. Mrs. Gordon was formerly the head of the Home Economics Department in Bradford Con- necticut. Her hobbies? "Home Economies is my job and my hobby," New Teachers Mr. Fales Technical High School honors an outstanding member of the faculty on his retirement in June. Mr. Fales Newhall has taught modern languages here for thirty-six years, coming from a varied and rich experience in private and public school teaching. In the private school field he had taught at the Black Hall School and Cushing Academy, in the public school field, at New Haven, Conn., High and Gardner, Mass., High. He graduated from Wesleyan University and attended Harvard Graduate School and Middle- bury. The principals under whom he has worked at Tech A. Newhall are and always have been most appreciative of him and his work. His associates and students know him as a superior teacher, always eager to help in the cause of learning. They know him, too. as "a gentleman and teacher of the old school" embodying all the concerns, hopes, and ambitions for the well-being of young people and Technical High School. It will be hard to think of Room 208 as the class- room of any other teacher. Who will get out the chess boards next year? Our best wishes for a long and enjoyable vacation, Mr. Newhall. Si. W 5 i i mi , mf. win...-Q. . '.-.. W -ww ' sl ! f ., ,W , 1 if ff . if fu, , ' V ,rl ! - 'JJ sf, ,-, C3 ws i ...- Af .QQ Seated left to right: Miss Hilliker, Miss Carlson, Mrs. Tabackman. Miss Carey. Miss Shea, Mrs. Brazeau, standing. Mrs. Pryor. Mr. Ledger. Mr. Mara. Mr. Zahner, Mr. Bowler. Miss Adams. "But really. Mrs. Tabackman. l've got writers crarnpf' 5'But my dictionary spells it this way!" 'Lf 'LL-nr "A lively group,,aren't they?" "Is this book really censored?" KNO. we haven't got the latest picture of Charlie Browns baby sister." Mrs. Brazcau sf' IMI .1111 "Mrs, Bruzouu, why can't I do my junior tlwmv on '10 easy ways to cheat sl1t'ccssfL1lly"?" A Q ' 4 X be e l at Seated, left to right: Miss Huller, Senorita Fein, Made- moiselle Roy, Standing: Monsieur Wilke, Monsieur Lague, u U -,fa 4 x if at sw X., "-n-,X Xb, 'tBuenos dias, clause." New Spanish homeroom "Aqui se habla espanol." Der Lehrer ist ein Teufelf' 5-.R "Erj5thuf1grjg"' "Je vous aime, Monsieur Wilkef' Second year German Class. F0urth year French Class. Freshman Biology Seated: left to rightg Mr. Hopkins, Mr. ". . .head bone connected to the neck bone, neck A11-311. Mrs- PGHCRFSTHSS, MF- 0'K99fe- bone connected. . ." Standing: Mr. Case, Mr. Snow, Mr. Do- lan, Mr. Forest. 1 , Science L.-. T4 ,J Advanced Biology "It has been the providence of Nature to give this creature nine lives." I ,Hygiene I Chemistry "His heart is in the right place." "Don't lot the smoke get in vour eyes." ' i 1 f Seated, left to right: Mr. Northup, Miss Physics Class P 0 t t e r, Mrs. Gibbons, Mr. Melenson. "Gee! I wonder how much my girl weighs." Standing: Mr. Dooley, Mr. Romano, Mr. Comer, Mr. Curran. Department ft Electronics Class "Elvis Ohm, hmmm?" "Teacher, I kf10W the answer. The whatchamaicalht caused the thingamajig to whoozyf-118-" H..- fiflswitfi , 'mg 5,',':-ir,-,J ' srwgw-v'j1lg,+,'1:'fi Ina! 1 A vfwv, "'. f f' ? n f I 4 ,l K., Q, V4 Q, i z.. , J x. . , yfii S L-2' -su Q Junior PSSC Physics "Where's my teacher's guide?,' Advanced Physics "She says, 'This is my favorite c1ass!' " ,l, 551 'iii eg ,i ff 1 i E ,x - , "Y :ii - 14 5..- L1r'5S?Fi"'! 7 L 'K h neat 1. , I i b f my till? - I ,. ,wigfrrs Ev n Af! ' 54 Y A Ik F' I A571 BA ai 'l 4 I ll it 'M' 3 me F R i S' 5 -' 1 Z1 L FP ' ,yigifii f iiif 4. Q 1 jf gi' A" ' --Y frog ,il 'iw ' 1 L'What did you say the answer was?i' GL Man's best friends are his ten fingers" fy ' 1.31 Q. .1 Ms. "The more we study the more we discover our ignorance." H .- We're lost in the dreary shade of obscurity. "Revolutions begin in the best of heads." Math f"X F3 i' L S , , Seated left to right: Mr. Doerfler, Mrs. Hcderman, worth, Mr. Bushey, Mrs. Haynesg Standing: Mr. Kennedy Mr. Sprague, Mr. Jackowski, Mr. Witherel. l . -in If i 5 Mr. Wood Mr. Hewitt YW 4 , s , .VN .1 ig If-s 'sa' American Problems "Did you sary ll quiz every d1iy'?" Where is Oshkosh?" 'MA nickel for ll cup ol' eoffeeir' it ii. ls it economical to buy 11 new Cadillac, ll new house, ll fur eozit, ai diamond ring, und 21 T.V. in the same yezir when you're not worth two Cents?" "Mr. Dunn, is the world really in that bad a slate?" i Social Studies X , Sitting, left to right: Miss Cormack, Miss Donovan, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Brazeau. Standing: Mr. Dunn, Miss Grady, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Doane, Miss Reardon, Mr. Kallock. M, , um .1 Mechanical Drawing rg m 'ATF-.5 , ki A I g '13 Nm , ' X-4 ' A 1 5 :WN-N K , A A m Q.. f - fi ' N xkefzkgf " ii f 1 1 'X' W 1 X X, X' . E V '.3JX:c6 -a-- y ' m .xnxx Left to right: Mr. Biscaldi, Mr. Pieterse, :Whafafe you doing?-Q 1 l , Mr. Duffin, Mr. Loiko. Plannm my dream house, She an me 5 gonna hve theref, Sgqfnrding to my calculations, it's dimensions are .what X Wham.. 14' 16 G,,f""" L,f Economics ome ,A ff ' vf 'NCQ Af f g f '46 7 4 . f, I ff! , f Rx www: fi - . 1' ii N X M4041 si NPA I iw! s . -its ffl.:- J 44 :Y Left to right: Mrs. Desautels, Mrs. Gordon, Miss Borncr t'The way to a man's heart is through his stomach." "A stitch in time saves nine." gk 51' 'Qu .wtf ,Pr ' . h Qf.3gj,',,f 5- - y fwffq, ,, I W- 'WV ? 17 -V Q , ,y,,.f I ., lk 'f' K 5 T pn l' rale 'Q G ' I lv f 5 t ' W A ,W 4' 'Q, k , V . , 1' ,'1 ' - .fw - - f r 0 r 1 ,L f -Ol ,, 1 1 ,R ,. 4 ' W 4259 ' 'K A' Q xx -iw , Y , 6 3 . f Nl G , M, 2 .f . A . xl ., .ruff , .' , 4 BN . X rg 57' , I, 4 1 l 4 Jzw - r a 1 cr V' 4 I-L 4 11 L z 4 32 1 , x 2 , I 'ig 1 tj.. Qs' i 9, L 1, w ,ji .1 HX E i' , I.' x I ,. x 4 X w 'vx 5 Q fn. Ln-.Q XR A 'wil M' i' at ami? " W,-fa ...emi-3""' Q N, NEW! fm! 53-Rf-fi? ' 1 . ,, ,W Q WM 4 it hx. 'REB Q. Ifxfm ,N 5,6 5' ,X N J -k',.w "",m N .. W,-bg J I "It's Clever, but is It '1rl"" 1. . J XR. X ' N553 g x . -x . Xe, 1- 'fl N,-'-"' Z 3 JJ ,ii Q63 '1-gg, x ! 4 6' 4 7 4 K ,w Q5 B ,l t xx af-11? iff, A f U. V 7-02. my 'A 2 6. 1 'Q X-.QM ,. 554, W .Ev :wx ,J 5 " Qwf ,YK 4 Wood Shop Machine Shop 1 in 3 1' if gf , 5 Left to rioht: Mr. Han- 21-. I 6 'fl -J A son. Mr. cWins1ow, Mr. I f 13 Bradstreet, Mr, Rey- - V 4 sf' - ' f nolds. ' X' f N ,, - , A 3 I 1, X" 7 "nn Lf R h wx P 'ne , ' ' etto ig t: - r. ow- ? X ers, Mr. Reynolds. Mr. x Reed. Mr. Robinson X v af "A five - legged table?" "Come on. fellas. let's clean those dirty finger nails!" "How come. Nlalcolnuf' , v .1 X r w J for BUYS' Gym Girls' G m i I Y 1 - t K 1, f N- A I X as M M 3' Standing: Miss Marotte. 2 x ,.,,, 'e Seated: Miss Upshaw 'W' ., f4.,w,,Q.,,,,,,M,,. is 'za , A 1-fa: I i f fftfilllllflli IE f . 'le TECH M I Left to right: Milt or- Xt M cutt, Edward Mason, I ' - i Phil Hart, Gerry Foley t X X tl - M "It's hard to teach an old clog new tricks." t'Things donlt turn up in this "Uh-h-h-h-h-h! I" "Meanwhile, b a c k at th world until somebody turns ranch." them upfl ,, ,,,,44K ...4i 1-'tix 416ff'Mf4-.1 ,,' 2 -+A . .f J -2 ,fx a H-Q., v if. .k""'g K , we I 1 " 4 -. --nf? X Q .AI fb'-xv l- f" 45"J,, 'S' -5,41 y , ry---...,,-, s Pmg "Oh, Barnyard drivers come in two classes: live crowding hogs and speeding Jackasses. S0 remember to slow down and live." ,0"" 0' e?' fmfffr Drivers' E . ' Custodians They put me on the chuin gang." As clean as 21 whistle?'?" One egg plant und 3A of 11 gruneh, please." The waxy to an teaeher's heart is through his stomach." Too many cooks spoil the broth." Chef's delight- allways right." Lunch room orke-rs N 5 was .253 'v 4- I 'fiii ..i...?.,,i S gr ch if ? A-xx Q ' , x 'J ml- 1.5, f .., . . t , , ' - M if ' A V A I X 1 W W ul, 5 A AV, 'th I f' m, Q .58 X X, AFX' 1 S Q wr x v 3 " 3 'ii Q.. it : 1 ,. wg., V 2 . X r sf l X t W 'll Q fa it , 4 '. -N ' A Y tf Y N 1 ' i X 1 fi I 1 A g Q X 'mn- Q ' r ui x N i QI in A. ,fwwsi i . ' X ' r sfaf --.. , A si, 1 if 2 I W "" . . .:' , - V'-. . sf 1 lv' M' f'1"7" - ,,,-"'A S-fgk 1 y 3.15 f. . .- ' .,M"" ' .W ' Technical! nInvQ' X Speaking P S W 1 w S' ' Sf-iNs Q i I " , X , s ' , . 1 r X N s M, -sla p gxsw rl X rx- f- NM-N ss' Xx.. W N Ny Y Q' N is . L k ,.?. 9 O O 0 " .... it seems such a short time ago that we first darkened the halls of Tech. lt is, in fact, much longer than we first expected. Dur- ing this time we have grown to appreciatefthe glory that is Tech. We now know the reason why, in spite of time, there will always be a Technical High School. It is true indeed that Tech be- longs to 5al1 of its students. How- ever, to the seniors, Tech means a bit morei It is here that we have built t e foundations for our fu- tures. 'ow at parting, we must pause and look back at what has passed. All of our memories are on pa- rade before us. The football games, the class dances, all of the good times we enjoyed, they are all here to see. Here also are our class- mates and friends, the people that have shared our experiences. We have here a complete record of our last year at school that we can constantly look back over. May these pages never lie still and col- lect dust, but be worn smooth by th f andling of many hands. May s remember our experiw ences an lookwfdfward' bwifh"fli5'i confidence that grows from Tech. Now our paths must part. ,We look forward to far horizons in many fields of conquest. The wide world that we inherited is now ours "Id as we willf We will above all never forget this year of predic- tion. The light of success makes the most wonderful year of all three. It is now our pleasure to look back over a job well done. After all, "All's well that ends wellY!!" TECHNICALLY SPEAKING-- Consider these facts about our graduating class: lt is the largest class Tech has ever graduated. lt is one of the best classes, scholastically, that Tech has ever graduated. lt is one of the best classes, activity-wise, that Tech has ever graduated. The number of Seniors qualified to be con- sidered for the Warner Achievement Award was the largest ever. So---in the light of the above facts, we would expect the winners to be of unusual cali- bre and unusually worthy of this high honor---and they are: .Ioan A. Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Burns of South Road, Hampden, typifies the best in the tradition of our Charles F. Warner Medal win- ners. Scholastically, she ranks third in her class of 653, the highest girl in the class. This achievement has been balanced by her outstanding contribution to the school in extra-curricular activities. She has served on the Tech News staff for two years, being Editor-in-chief this year. She has been active in GAA, Pep Squad, and Drill Team groups. Club and class activities have rounded out her fine record here at Tech. Congratulations, Joan! ff Achievement Robert C. Brayton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton C. Brayton of 36 W. Alvord St., likewise typifies the best in the tradition of our Warner Achievement win- ners. Bob ranks second in his class. He has been a three-sport participant each of his three years: football, hockey, and crew. He has served on the Tech News staff for two years, being Managing Editor this year. In addition to this, Bob has been a valuable member of the Student Patrol for three years and a lieutenant for two years. Class and Student Council responsibili- ties have rounded out his fine record. Congratulations, Bob! l -ff: -A lb-lf" V Terry Aberdale Paul Abrahamson Carol Adams pm. 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A V ni ,1 -, 5,61 aff ff-fa " N' 2EQfi2'5-1 4 .g5,., - IE 33-3 'Q . ..-4. .SUV ,, .Pug 8.5 ii ' 1f'2?1.'q AJ-H145-f gfzi Norman Wallace Douglas Walsh Barbara Walters rn. Q--,L f i .- v V A I ff . ' ,4 .- f , - y V Q iiwivg- ..vI"'1' f ' 'ffl s xg!-ai N6 ., ff 'f e f 1. M nw yi :vi . MMM 'J Ann Wc-fcrling William Welch Rvnolrl WL-lla PM ar AC... w - .HK mg -W . f- fy " Z? ,. Laurence Yirginiak Richard Walker , Qi : John 'Vicchiarelli , A '13 ,.. pm' '31 ,Q Qs f hx C' Q---9 Q i' Z' "' h 'gf' 5 if ? E, Cynthia Ward Frank Watson Donna Weatherbee 0, C"" 'Q' 'X A ' P . 1 'f' af if gli Q X" ' 1 X , "- " l'c'l1'l' u'l'I'l'lllk 1 5 l'nL1l Wvstlwrg 4, llosalry uvlllilll' 'QB X . if Jacqueline Williams Judith Williams Elizabeth Wojnar AC . MW si V. . a 5 sm I a g.,'7- 1 , J .i i fl yu ' ' f-M I ki 4 Nicholas Wolchuk Olga Woloshchuk - if Madeline Ycsu 5 ", , , ' it 5, . , f Bruce Yelinck ' Robert Young John Young i a oi Wt ek . v w - X wsz-tl. .z- ett .'.-, . David Zoller l Edward Zorzi The Senior Class wishes to thank each and every one who has helped us in our three wonderful years at Tech. We gained much knowledge, but even more we acquired the opulent and grand "Tech Spirit", a feeling which we will never forget. A I When we first came to Tech. we were like caterpillars emerging from cocoons into a great big, busy, but wonder- ful world. We were grandly welcomed, andwere at once made to feel a part of this active school. This was the be- ginning of the "Tech Spirit", which lasted throughout our IHHIDQ UI lllt' ICLH .spun , vv IY1Y1lY'lC1 IXY llll-1 ll"'l ll n1lJllll. li' 'K' X ...A f L.. at ws? Qt t f 'r RN if X x , X A, 31 if" E? in Q4 X f gig?-,5.iigi,-fi.e.:9-:GS .5 L me Y' X .,,,,.v 3, -5232 qt itz 'L if gt . Q... .. i rf ht fx - i AK.'. -t Raymond Zagranski Michael Zanolli Robert Zemba 'If' three years. ed to carry on through those difficult times. As we look forward to next year, there is melancholy in our hearts because we must leave Tech. There is anx- iety in the new paths that lie ahead. yet there is excite- ment in anticipation of these new roads. But greater than these is the thankfulness in our hearts that we were able to play our part in the role of Tcch's history. In our reminiscences there will always be a recol- lection. very dear to our hearts, of Technical High School." We were also given all the guidance we need- "'i-3' ' X l tr PAUL ABRAHAMSON 1856 Parker Street College Preparatory S.A 1,2,35 Engineering Club5 Jun- ior Achievement 1. CAROLE ADAMS 92 Mohawk Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Tech News Typist 3. ELIZABETH ALDRICH 100 Dearborn Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Spring Concert 1,35 Girl's Chorus 1,35 Graduation Chorus 1,35 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Debating Club 25 Tech Gibs 15 Dance Committees 2, 35 Assemblies 1,35 Tech News 1,25 Yearbook Collector 35 Christmas Concert 1. THOMAS J, ALLARD 488 Liberty Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Dance Committees 35 Yearbook Collector 25 Stage Crew 15 Judo Club 1,2,3. LINDA J. ALSTROM 34 Cooley Drive Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Spring Concert 2,35 Chorale 35 Gir1's Cho- rus 25 Graduation Chorus 25 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Science Fair 1,35 Dramatic Club 15 French Club 3 Debating Club 2,35 City Nisimaha 25 Dance Commit- tees 2,35 Tech News Typist 35 Year- book Collector 25 Lunchroom Cash- ier 25 Model Congress 25 Christmas Concert 2,3. ROBERT ALBANO 363 Columbus Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Golf 1,2,3. BARRY ANDERSON 12 First Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,35 Chorale 35 Graduation Cho- rus 35 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Sci- ence Fair 15 Lunchroom Patrol 35 Assemblies 2,35 Tech Tiger 2,35 Sports Editor 35 Office Aide 2. CARL ANDERSON 121 Sherman Street Technical S.A. 35 Track 35 Basketball 1,25 Physics C1ub5 Student Patrol 35 Corridor Patrol 35 Lunchroom 1,2, 3. JEAN ANDERSON 9 Peak Roak College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Playdays 1,25 Pep Squad 15 Squad Leader 1, 25 Cheer Leader 2,35 Usherette 25 Cheerleader Captain 35 Tech Tan- trums 35 Science Fair 25 Pro Mer- ito 2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Collector 2. JUDITH ANDERSON 43 Westernview Circle Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Council 15 Class Council 2,35 Tennis 35 Bowling 35 Pep Squad 1,35 Black Cat Fiesta 15 Science Fair 1,25 Tiger Mascot 35 Tech Gibs 35 Senior Hat Commit- tee 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 15 Senior Hat Collector 3. LEON ANDERSON 330 Sumner Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Rifle Club 3. NANCY ANDERSON 184 Grayson St. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Playdays 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Christmas Concert 35 Future Nurses Club 1, 35 Tech Nisimaha 15 Assemblies 3. BILL ANDRESEN 122 Fort Pleasant College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 2,35 Crew 2,35 Spring Concert 1,25 Chorale 25 Boys' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 15 Technicade 1,25 Science Fair 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assem- blies 1,3. DOM ANZALOTTI 333 Eastern Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,3: Corridor Patrol 2. ALLAN ARDITO 15 Burns Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 1,25 Football 25 Baseball 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 15 Yearbook Collec- tor 1,3. BILL ARTHUR 38 Bovernor Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Math Club 35 Pro Merito 1,2,35 En- gineering Club 35 Dance Commit- tees 35 Assemblies 2. CLARENCE AUBREY 896 Berkshire Ave. Technical S.A. 35 Hockey 25 Concert Choir 35 Boys' Chorus 35 Lunchroom Work- er 1. CHARLES F. AUTHIER S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Football 35 Baseball 35 Black Cat Fiesta 1. SUSAN JEANNE BAAB 94 Noel Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 15 Squad Leader 15 Tech Tantrums 2,35 As- semblies 1,3. JO-ANNE BABCOCK 62 Mayfair Ave. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 2,35 Girls' Chorus 15 Science Fair 35 Christ- mas Concert 1,2,35 Future Nurses' Club 1,2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Office Aide 2,35 Nurses Aide 1,2,3. WILLIAM BABCOCK 21 Auburn Street Technical S.A. 35 Track 15 Basketball 15 Ten- nis 25 Boys' Chorus 15 Engineering Club 15 Constitution Committee 1. JUDY BABLIN n 11 Westernview Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,25 Science Fair 15 Rifle Club 35 Office Aide 2. THOMAS BOILEAU 217 Oakland Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. ERIC BAILEY 470 Belmont Ave. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,35 Lunchroom Pa- trol 25 Constitution Committee 1. LEE BALDWIN 15 Jeffery Road Technical S.A.1,2,35 Red Cross Banner 2. LINDA BALICKI 151 Bond Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. Board 35 G.A.A. 1, 2,35 T2, H35 G.A.A. officer 35 Pep Squad 15 Usherette 2,35 Pro Merito 25 Assemblies 1,2,3. ROBERT BARKER 271 Somers Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Soccer 2,35 Basketball 15 Baseball 1,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Lieut. 25 Cap- tain 35 Corridor Patrol 15 Lunch- room Patrol 1,2,35 Dance Commit- tees 1,25 Assemblies 1,2,3. SONJA OCTAVIA BARKSDALE 179 Cortland Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Council 25 G.A.A. 2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Drill Team 2,35 Usherette 15 Chorale 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Cho- rus 1,2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1,2,35 Junior Achievement 15 Assemblies 1,2,3. WALTER BARNA JR. 632 Belmont Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Judo Club Corridor Pa- trol l5 Dance Committees 1. DONNA BARNOSKI 79 Belle Strcct College Preparatory S-N 1.2.32 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 3. MARY ROSE BARRAN 108 Calhoun Strcct Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Girls' Chorus 1,35 Grad- uation Chorus 1,35 Spring Cong-pi-1 1,35 Christmas Concert. 15 Assem- blies l,3. DAVID BARRET 32 Trilliam Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 1,35 .Red Cross Council 2,35 Concert Choir 2, 35 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Color Guard 2,39 Christmas Concert 2,35 Spring Con- cert 2,3. GAIL M. BARRETT 2 Shaw Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad. 1, 2,35 Girls' Chorus 1,35 Graduation Chorus 3. JUDITH BARRY 80 Gatewood Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. Board 25 Class Council 1,2,35 Class Council 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Usherette 25 Major- ette 1,2,35 Captain 35 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,35 Tech Tantrums 15 Black Cat Fiesta 1,2,35 Science Fair 15 Hostess 1,25 Dra- matic Club 15 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Committee 2, Chairman 25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Chairman 35 Assemblies 1,25 Sr. Hat Collector 25 Class Officer 1, Vice Pres. 2. MICHAEL BARRY 11 Sherrington Court Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Swimming 1,2,35 Year- book Collector 1. GARY BARTOLUCCI 41 Pine Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Corridor Pa- trol 25 Dance Committees 1,2. KENNETH BASDEKIS 67 Jardine Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Patrol 2,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 15 Dance Committees 2. LOUIS BASS JR. 70 Carnell Street Technical S.-A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Baseball 15 Visual Aids 15 Student Patrol 1,25 Tiger Band 1. LAWRENCE BEANE 22 Endicott Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,31 Engineering Club 1. JOHN BEDINOTTI 1162 Liberty Street Tcclmical S-A. 1.2.32 Corridor P a t r ol 25 Lunchroom Patrol 2. DOLORES BECHIARSKI ll9 Lowell Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Rx -5 55. aw 1, G.A.A. 2, Pap gqiglcfqfggz Squad Leader 25 Spring Concert 35 Girls thorns 3: Graduation Cho. rus 35 Future Nurses Club 2. RICHARD BELANGER 15 East Hooker Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. BRUCE BELCHER 76 Virginia Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Football 15 Hockey 2535 Bas- ketball 15 Golf 1,2,35 Tech Tan- trums 15 Corridor Patrol 35 Dance Committees 2,35 S.A. Collector 1. ROBERT BELCHER S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Golf 152,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 1,35 Pro Merito 35 Physics Club 35 Rifle Club 15 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2535 Dance Com- mittees 153. ROSALIE BELDEN 100 Hamburg Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Bowling 35 G.A.A. 1,25 35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Usherette 1,25 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 35 Girl's Chorus 1,25 Graduation Cho- rus 2,35 Future Nurses' Club 1,25 35 Tech Gibbs 1,2,35 Dance Com- mittees 1,2535 Chairman 15 Assem- blies 1,2535 Tiger Mascot 3, Substi- tute 25 Christmas Concert 15253. RONALD BELOVITZ 244 St. James Boulevard Technical S.A. 1,3. DAVID BENNETT 2 Lebel Avenue North Wilbraham Technical S.A. 1. ROBERT BENOIT 1657 Dwight Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Science Fair 2. RONALD BENOIT 27 Milk Street Technical S. A. 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 15 Dance Committees 25 S.A. Collec- tor 1,2,3. DAVID BENSLEY 881 Belmont Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2535 Science Fair 1,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 2. ROBERT BERRY 187 Oak Hollow Road Technical S.A. 152,35 Football 1,2,35 Track 25 Basketball 1,2,35 B a s e b all 1,35 Squad Leader 1,2,35 Stage Crew 2. MILDRED ANN BEST 155 Quincy Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Future Nurses' Club 15 Jun- ior Achievement 152. JOHN BIANCO 955 Stony Hill Road Wilbraham Technical S.A. 152,35 Rifle Club 15 Dance Committees 1525 S.A. Collector 2. ROBERT BISI 99 Island Pond Road Technical S.A. 1,2535 Student Patrol 35 Corri- dor Patrol 2,3. STEPHEN BLACK 22 Warner Street Technical S.A.152,35 Tech News 1. MARTIN BLACKMAN 197 Leyfred Terrace Technical MENILL BLOCK 73 Groveland Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Crew 15 Tech Tantrums 15 Science Fair 15 Student Patrol 15 Corridor Patrol 15 Stage Crew 1. ALLEN BLUSTINE 84 Reed Street College Preparitory 1 S.A. 1,2535 Squad Leader 15 Band 1, 2535 Band O fice Manager 35 Tech Turns 152,35 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,35 All-State Music Festi- val 1,2,35 Science Fair 15 Pro Mer- ito 35 Radio Club 1,2,35 Dance Committees 152535 Assemblies 1,25 Tech News Club 15 Tech News 2, 35 Layout Editor in Chief 35 N.E. S.P.A.C. HENRY BOBOLA 53 Milford Street College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,35 Dance Committees 253. ANTHONY BOCCHINO 45 Spencer Street Technical S.A. 15 Photography Club 1,2,35 Dance Committees 2. FRANCES BODUCH 169 Savoy Street College Preparitory S.A. 152,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 35 Dramatic Club 25 Tech Gibs 152,35 Dance Committees 2,35 Tech News 2,35 Office Aide 2. MONICA BOGUSZ 43 Meadow Brook Road College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 15 Science Fair 15 Dance Committees 25 Office Aides 35 Lunchroom Cash- ier 2. CARL BOILARD 495 Oak Street Indian Orchard Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Dance S.A. Collector 1. Committees 1,35 BRUCE BONNER 18 Greenacre Lane College Preparitory S.A. 1.52535 Band 1,2,35 Spring Con- cert 1,2535 Science Fair 152,35 Pro Merito 35 Photography Club 2. RICARDO BONO 94 Victoria Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Dance Committees 1,25 Assemblies 25 Sr. Hat Collector 2. TERESA BORSA 1360 Birkshire Ave. Indian Orchard College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,31 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 2,35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Dramatic Club 1,25 Junior Achievement 35 Tiger Bank 35 Jr. Achievers Asso- ciation 35 Dance Committees 15 Yearbook Collector 1. LINDA BORTLE 99 Nottingham Street College Preparitory S.A. 152,35 Class Council 2,35 Pep Squad 1,25 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Dra- matic Club 25 Tech Gibbs 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Committee 35 Dance Commit- tees 2,35 Tech News 152535 News Editor 35 N.E.S.P.A.C. GERARD BOUCHER 216 Eagle Street Technical S.A. 152,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 1,2,35 Football 15 Baseball 25 Golf 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 15 Vis- ual Aides 152,35 Physics Club 25 Rifle Club 15 Anglers' Club 1,25 French Club 15 Corridor Patrol 1, 25 Dance Committees 1535 Assem- blies 35 Yearbook Collector 25 Stage Crew 35 Lunchroom Worker 1. ALBERT BOULRICE 37 Bithcr Street College Preparitory S.A. 152,35 S.A. Board 2,35 Class Officer, President 2535 Student Council 2535 Class Council 1,2,35 Soccer 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Pro Mer- ito 2535 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Dance Committees 152,35 Assemhlies1,2,35 S.A. Collector 1. PATRICIA BOWEN 403 Monsanto Avenue College Preparitory S.A. 3. JANICE BOWKER 184 Three Rivers Road Wilbraham College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1525 Ushet- ette 25 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 15 Pro Merito 2535 Future Nur- ses' Club 35 Program Committee 35 Junior Achievement 35 Tiger Bank 35 Jr. Achievers Assoc. 35 Sr. Hat Committee 35 Dance Committees 35 Assemblies 2,35 Tech Typist 35 Yearbook Collector 3. PAUL BOYCE 144 Denver Street College Preparitory S.A. 1,2535 Tech Hi-Y 1525 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Dance Committees 25 3. THOMAS BOYD 40 Woodcrest Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Crew 15 Student Patrol 25 Corridor Patrol 25 Lunchroom Patrol 25 Junior Achievers' Assoc. 2. BRADBURNE MILLETT 29 Pinebrook Drive College Preparitory S.A. 15 Science Fair 2. RICHARD BRADLEY 2483 Wilbraham Road College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,35 Golf 25 Basketball 15 Dance Committees 3. PAUL BRAYTON 37 West Alvord Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Squad Leader 25 Sr. Hat Committee 1. ROBERT C. BRAYTON 102 Hamburg Street College Preparitory S.A. 1.2535 Student Council 2,3, Vice President 25 Class Council 25 Foot- ball 1,2,35 Hockey 1,2,35 Crew 1.2, 35 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Pro Merito 152535 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Lieutenant 2,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 1,35 Dance Commit- tees 2. Chairman 25 Tech News 1, 2.3, Managing Editor 35 Sr. Hat Collector 25 Boys' State 25 Senior Prom Usher 2. CAROL BRENNAN 19 Alberta Street College Preparitory S.A. 152,35 G.A.A. 152,35 Pep Squad 152,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 2,35 Future Nurses' Club 2,35 Dance Committees 15253. JUDITH BRESSEM 66 Silas Street College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1525 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Usherette 2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Concert Choir 35 Chorale 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums I5 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Science Fair 15 Dramat- ic Club 1,25 Sr. llat Committee 25 Dance Committees 152,35 Chairman 35 Assemblies 152,35 Tech Tiger 25 3, Biography Editor 35 Tech Gibs 15253, Secretary 35 Girls' Sextet 15 Christmas Concert 1,2,3. RORY BRODERICK 854 Wilbraham Road College Preparitory S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. Board 35 G.A.A. 1, 2: Pep Squad 1525 Drill Team 1,25 Black Cat Fiesta 35 Science Fair 15 Pro Merito 2,35 Tech Gibs 152,35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Tech News 2535 Office Aide 2,35 Radia- tion Club 2. CAROL ANNE BRODEUR 60 Sheldon Street Technical SA- 112,32 PGP Squad 1,25 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 2,35 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Graduation Chorus 1, 2535 Christmas Concert 152,35 Fu. ture Nurses' Club 1,2,3. RENA BRUNELLE 16 Ventura Street Technical S-A- 12.33 Pep Squad 1,25 Chorale 35 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1, 2,35 Spring Concert 1,2535 Assemblies 1,2,3. GEORGE BROUILLARD 29 East Hooper Street Technical S-A 12,33 Boys' Chorus 35 Gradua- tion Chorus 3. CATHERINE BROWN 90 Perkins Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 25 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 1,25 Drill Team 25 Spring Concert 3- Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Choi rus 35 Dance Committees 25 Assem blies 2. ' ' 59 ROBERT BROWN 19 Brookside Drive College Preparatory S.A. 153. GEORGE BRYANT 18 Allendale Street Technical S.A, 1,2,35 Football 1,25 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 35 Pro Merito 15 Chess Club 25 Junior Achievement 1,2,3. CAROLYN BRYDA 884 Worthington Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Tennis 15 Bowling 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,T5 Playdays 15 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Science Fair 1,35 Dance Committees 25 Tech News 15 Office Aide 3. ROGER BUFFINGTON 9 Highmoor Drive Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Rifle Club 1,2,35 Dance Committees 253. FRAN BULEWICH 57 Sunnybrook Road Technical S.A. 1,2535 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 2,35 Squad Leader 15 Assemblies 1, 253. JIM BULGER 20 Brainard Road North Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Sci- ence Fair 15 Pro Merito 1,2,35 Tech Hi-Y 35 Engineering Club 35 Stu- dent Patrol 2,35 Corridor Patrol 1, 2,35 Dance Committees 2,35 Math Club 3. RICHARD BURGESS 174 Marion Street Technical S.A. 1,35 Black Cat Fiesta 1. JOHN BURKE 43 Walnut Street Technical S.A, 1,2,35 Baseball 35 Boys' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 3. JOAN BURNS South Road Hampden College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Red Cross Council 2,35 Corresponding Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Drill Team 15 Usherette 25 Black Cat. Fiesta 2,35 Science Fair 1535 Pro Merito I,2,3, Convention I5 French Club 2,35 Tech Gibs 1,2535 Vice- Pres. 35 Sr. Hat Committee 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Chairman 2,35 Assemblies 2,35 Tech News I, 253, Editor-in-Chief 35 N.E.S.P.A.C. 35 Office A i d e 35 Hostess 1,2535 Spotlight on Youth 3. PETER BURTON 126 Granger Street. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Crew 15 Band 35 Con- cert Choir 35 Tech Tantrums 3. CATHERINE ANN BUTLER 53 North Main Street East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2535 Pep Squad 152,35 Drill Team Substitute 25 Cheerleader Substitute 25 Usherette 35 Spring Concert 35 Girls, Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Tech Tan- trums 2535 Black Cat Fiesta 35 Sci- ence Fair 2,35 Dramatic Club 1,35 Future Nurses' Club 15 City Nisi- maha 2,35 Vice-Pres. 35 Dance Com- mittees 2,35 Assemblies 35 Christ- mas Concert 3. STEPHEN BUTTIERI 642 Cooley Street Technical JAMES CABRINI 30 Scott Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Student Pa- trol 1,2,35 Corridor P a t r ol 1,25 Dance Committees 1,2. ALFONSO CALABRESE 117 Dorset Street Technical S.A, 1,2,3. RICHARD CALABRESE 14 Gillette Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Cla s s Council 35 Red Cross Representative 35 Track 35 Baseball 35 Tech Tantrums 15 Sci- ence Fair 35 Student Patrol 35 Cor- ridor Patrol 35 Dance Committees 35 Yearbook Collector 15 S.A. Col- lector 1. DOLORES CANDINI 268 Abbott Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 15 Squad Leader 15 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Black Cat Fiesta 35 Fu- ture Nurses' Club 15 City Nisimaha 35 Dance Committees 25 Assem- blies 35 Christmas Concert 3. JOSEPH CARGILL 38 Pasco Road Indian Orchard Technical S.A.1,2,35 Soccer 3. JOHN CARLOTTA 33 Bristol Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Science Fair 35 Engi- neering Club 15 Corridor Patrol 1,25 J u n i o r Achievement 1,35 Stage Crew 1. PHILIP .I, CARPENTER 85 Northampton Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Council 15 Hockey 25 Track 35 Science Fair 35 Radio Club 25 Student Patrol 25 Corridor Patrol 25 Lunchroom Pa- trol. JOAN CARR 54 Lincoln Street Technical S.A. 2535 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 2. RICIIARIJ tfAItltlNtlTON 114 Ambrose Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Footliall I5 Basketball 15 Black Cat Fiesta I5 Iiunehroom Worker 1. EILEEN M. CARROLL 63 Federal Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation C h o r u s 35 Junior Achievement 35 Tiger Bank 35 Assemblies 2,35 Yearbook Col- lector 25 S.A. Collector 35 Christ- mas Concert 3. NANCY CARTER 475 Somers Road. East Longmeadow College Preparatory s.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Spring Concert 1,35 Chorale 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Cho- rus 1,35 Science Fair 1,25 French Club 35 Dance Committees 2,35 As- semblies 1,35 S.A. Collector 1,2,35 Office Aide 35 Christmas Concert 1,3. BONNIE CASTLE 212 Garvey Drive College Preparatory S.A. 2,35 Pep Squad 2,35 Drill Team 2535 Cheerleader 35 Usherette 2535 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Dance Committees 2,35 Office Aide 3. DANIEL CAVANAUGH 74 Linden Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Chorale 35 Boys' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,35 Tech Tantrums 25 Black Cat Fiesta 1,25 Science Fair 2,35 Radio Club 1,25 Archery Club 1,2,35 Pres. 2,35 As- semblies 15 Yearbook Collector 1, 2,35 S.A. Collector 1. CORNELIO CAYODE 19 Greene Place Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 25 Track 35 Bas- ketball 2. DOUGLAS CHAFFEE Chapin Road Technical S.A. 152,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 3. EDWARD CHAMPAGNE 37 Laurel Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Boys' Chorus 15 Assem- blies 15 Math Club 3. JACK CHAISSON 110 Talbot Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Football 35 Crew 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 35 Dance Commit- tees 2. JACK CHAKE 110 Mill Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Football 1,2,35 Pro Mer- ito 3. t'AllOl,I'I CIIAIIICST 22 tlrove Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Bowling 1,2,35 G.A.A. I, 2,35 'l'5 Playdays 151253, Official 25 Pep Squad I5 Yearbook Collector I5 Girls' State Alternate 2. RUNALIJ li. CIIAIIIIANII 35 lleeker Place 'Pecluueal S.A. 1,2,35 Squad Leader I5 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 l.uuchroom Patrol 1,25 Assemblies 253. EDWARD M. CHASE 55 Narragansett Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Band 1,2,33 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,2,3. JAMES CHECHILE 21 Jewell Lane Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Golf 2,35 Technicade 35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 35 Visual Aids 15 Student Patrol 2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Lunchroom Patrol 25 Dance Committees 2. VIRGINIA CHOUX 160 Maynard Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Band 15 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 All-State Music Festival 15 Black Cat Fiesta 15 As- semblies 15 Spring Concert 1. JAMES CIEPLIK 144 Stony Hill Road Wilbraham Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Baseball 1. SUZANNE CIERPIAL 106 Revere Street Q College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Concert Choir 35 Chorale 2,35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Office Aide 2,35 Christmas Concert 1,2,3. BAYARD CLARK 642 Belmont Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Crew 15 Science Fair 1. SANDRA CLARK 44 Rankin Avenue East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 25 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 35 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Graduation Cho- rus 1.35 Science Fair 15 Future Nurses' Club 1.2: Dance Commit- tees 3: Assemblies 1.2.31 Office Aide Christmas Concert 1.2.3. TERRILYN CLARK 19 Collins Street Technical S.A. 1.2.31 G.A.A, 1.2.35 Playdays 3: Pep Squad 1,2,35 Drill Team 15 Squad Leader 1.25 Black Cat Fiesta 3: Junior Achievement 35 Dance Committees 1.35 Assemblies 31 Hostess 1. PAUL CLEAVALL 83 Ontario Street Technical S.A. 1.2.35 Red Cross Representa- tive 2: Tech Tantrums 35 Science Fair 35 Dance Committees 2,35 As- scmhlies 35 Stage Crew 3. CAIROLYN CHRISTINE CLOUGH 85 Iloinestead Avenue Indian Orchard College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad I: l?'i.'H 'l'camI2.3: Tech Tantrums 15 Science Fair 15 Future Nurses' Club 15 Tech Gibs 35 Dance Com. mtittecs 35 Assemblies 25 Office Aide 2. GEORGE CLOUGH 183 Tinkham Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Concert Choir 2,35 Grad- uation Chorus 2,35 Christmas Con- cert 2,35 Spring Concert 2,35 Color Guard 2,35 S.A. Collector 1,2. CAROL COCHRAN 4 Day Avenue East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 25 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Cho- rus 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1,2, 35 French Club 35 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Dance Committees 35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Office Aide 2,3. THOMAS COLLINS JR. 117 Everett Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Stage Crew 3. MATTHEW CONDON 13 Arthur Picard Circle Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Hockey 1,25 Baseball 15 Boys' Chorus 15 Corri- dor Patrol 15 Junior Achievement 15 Tiger Bank 15 Dance Commit- tees 1. EVELYN CONNOR 146 Redlands Streets College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 2,35 G.A.A. 1,35 Pep Squad 1,25 Cheerleader 35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 2,35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 15 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Treasurer 15 Sr. Hat Com. 35 Dance Commit- tees 1,2,35 Tech News 1,2,3, Feature Ed. 35 N.E.S.P.A.C. 3. ROBERT CONNORS 14 Arbatus Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Football 1,2,35 Science Fair 35 Chess Club 35 Archery Club 35 Dance Committees 25 Assem- blies 1,2. CAMILLA CONTI 958 Liberty Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Secretary 35 Stu- dent Council 2,3, Corr. Sec. 35 Class Council 15 G.A.A. 35 Cheerleader 35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Concert Choir 25 Chorale 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 1,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Girls Sextet 1,25 Christmas Con- cert 1,2,35 French Club 35 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Dance Committees 1,2, 35 Assemblies 1,2,3. ANNE LOUISE CONTOIS 1915 Page Boulevard College Preparatory S.A.1,2,35 R e d C ro s s Rep. I: Spring Concert 1,2,35 Concert Choir 35 Choral 1,25 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1,2,3Z Fu' ture Nurses' Club 1. PAUL CONTOIS 1915 Page Boulevard Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Band 15 Spring Concert 15 Western Mass. Music Festival 11 Assemblies 1.2.3. CLAIRE CONWAY 11 Kimberly Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Tech Tantrums 1,25 Christmas Con- cert 35 Assemblies 3. DONALD COOK 959 Berkshire Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Boys' Chorus 35 Corri- dor Patrol 1,25 Assemblies 3. SAUNDRA CORBERT 12 R. Gateway Drive Technical S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. Board 25 Red Cross Rep. 35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1, 2,35 J u n i o r Achievement 1,2,35 Tiger Bank 1,2,35 Jr. Achievers' Assoc. 1,2,35 Dance Committees 1, 25 Tech News 15 Yearbook Coll. 25 S.A. Coll. 25 Lunchroom Cashier l,2,3. MARGARET CORLISS 27 Kingsley Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. Board 25 Class Council 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,T,35 Pep Squad 1,35 Drill Team 15 Cheer- leader 25 Black Cat 1,25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 25 Yearbook Coll. 25 S.A. Coll. 1. DANIELE DANTE COSTANTINI 262 Somers Road East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Black Cat 25 Student Patrol 2,3, Licut. 35 Corridor Patrol 25 Lunchroom P atrol 25 Stage Crew 1. FREDERICK COUPAL 57 Denver Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 15 Rifle Club 2,35 Archery Club 2,3. DORENE CRAVEN 187 Shawmut Street Technical S.A. l,2,3. JAMES CRAVEN 46 Brickett Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. RICHARD CROSS 34 Mary Coburn Road Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 25 Jun- ior Achievement 15 Tiger Bank 15 Jr. Achievers' Assoc. 1. JAMES CROWLEY 339 Kings Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Science Fair 35 Junior Achievement 35 Dance Committees 3. PAUL CUIPENSKI 81 Alexander Street Technical S.A. 1,2.3: Hockey 1,25 Crew 15 Science Fair 15 Anglers' Club 15 Corridor Patrol 1.2. PETER t'l'lPI-INSKI 31 Alexander Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 Football 15 Hockey 225 Crew 1.25 Spring Concert 15 Boys' Cho- rus 15 Graduation Chorus 15 Sci- ence Fair 15 Anglers' Club 1: Sr. Hat Coll. 2. JAMES CCLLEN 329 Central Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. ROBERT CUMMINGS 70 Pasadena Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Crew 1,2,35 Tech Hi-Y 3. BERNARD JOHN CURRAN 88 Spring Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Rep. 2,35 Football Manager 1,35 Chorale 35 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat 25 Judo Club 1,2,35 Tech Hi-Y 3 Dance Committees 35 Assemblies 3. CHARLES .I, CURTO 1261 Carew Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Band 15 Black Cat 1,2,35 Science Fair 35 Math Club 35 Pro Merito 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Photographer for Tech Tiger and 'l'cch News 1,2,35 NECCC 15253. CAROL DAHART 224 Cambria Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 15 Future Nurses' Club 1,2,35 Program Com. 35 Physiology Club 1. LINDA DANAHEY 65 Anniversary Street College Preparatory S.A. 35 Pep Squad 35 Dance Com- mittees 3. NICHOLAS F. DANIELE 67 Noel Street College Preparatory S.A. 15 Junior Achievement 1,25 Office Aide 1,2,3. ROBERT DANIELE 1063 Stony Hill Road Wilbraham S.A. 1,2,35 Football 1,25 Track 1,25 Boys' Chorus 15 Archery Club 35 Tech News 35 Office Aide 1. ROBERT DARGIS 283 Main Street Indian Orchard Technical SA. 1,2,35 Lunchroom Worker 1. DAVID DAVIS 177 Shawmut Street Technical S.A. I,2,3. RICHARD DECELLE 58 Grosvenor Street Technical S.A. I,2,3. DAVID DICt'lil'1Il 150 White Street Tcchiiical S X " 'I THOMAS WILLIAM DECO'I'EAU 56 Whittum Avenue Technical S.A. l.2,3. DAVID A. DEGON 248 Ambrose Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Tech Hi-Y 35 Anglers' Club 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 2. MARY M. DEL NEGRO 599 Union Street Technical S.A, 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 25 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Playclays 1,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Squad Leader 25 Junior Achievement 25 Tiger Bank 25 Tech News 1. ROGER DICSROSIICR 128 Bridle Path Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Football I5 Sr. Ilat Comm. 25 Dance Committees ll. CAROLE DESROSIERS 390 El Paso Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 35 Spring Con- cert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Future Nurses' Club 1. FREDERICK W. DEYO JR. 771 Parker Street East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Crew 15 Science Fair 25 Corridor Patrol 1. THADIUS DOBRZYCKI 237 White Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Science Fair 15 Junior Achievement 1. DONALD DONABED 11 Dearborn Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 2,35 Tech Hi-Y 35 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Com. 25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Office Aide 3. DAVID DORVAL 45 Bacon Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Junior Achievement 1,25 Dance Commit- tees 1. DOREEN DOUGHERTY 120 Beebe Road Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A,A. 1,2,3, T,H,S5 Playdays 1.2.35 Pep S q u a d 1,35 Drill Team 2,32 Squad Lcadcr1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 1, 2.3: Office Aide 1. 61 DAVID ERICKSON 133 Massachusetts Avenue Technical Course S.A. 1.2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 2,33 Rifle Club 1,2,33 Student Patrol 2,33 Corridor Patrol 2,3. JOAN EVERETT 46 J erilis Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 G.A.A. 33 Pep Squad 1, 2,33 Usherette 33 Spring Concert 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Graduation Chorus 33 Christmas Concert 33 Tech Gibs 13 Assemblies 33 Office Aide 37 Hostess 2. GERTRUDE FAIRBANKS 110 Dewitt Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,3. CARL FASSER 266 Tremont Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2.33 Red Cross Representa- tive 1: Football 13 Student Patrol 2,33 Corridor Patrol 2,33 Lunch- room Patrol 33 S.A. Collector 1. GEORGE FAULKNER 100 Oakland Street Technical Course S.A. 1,3. LYNNE FAULKNER 35 Puritan Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,23 Drill Team 13 Tech Tantrums 13 Hostess 2,33 Dramatic Club 23 Tech Gibs 1,2,33 Banner Committee 23 Dance Committtees 1,2,33 As- semblies 13 Office Aide 3. HORST FEI 70 Birnie Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Football 1: Soccer 2,33 Basketball 13 Tennis 2,33 Spring Concert 33 Boys' Chorus 33 Christ- mas Concert 3: Tech Tantrums 33 Dance Committees 3. TIM FERRAIS 32 Boyer Street Technical Course S.A. 1,23 Squad Leader 13 Black Cat Fiesta 1. EDWARD FIFE 1 Hickory Hill Drive Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 13 Sci- ence Fair 1,33 Engineering Club 1,33 Constitution Committee 13 Dance Committees 3. MILTON E. FILLION JR. 30 Stcrns Terrace College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Crew 1,2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Tech Hi-Y 33 Rifle Club 1,2,33 Anglers' Club 13 Chess Club 13 Dance Committees 3. SALLY FINCH 10 Inwood Place Technical Course S.A. l,2,3. DARLENE FITCH 36 Winton Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Class Council 23 Bowling 13 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,2,33 Squad Leader 1,23 Tech Tantrums 1,23 Science Fair 13 Dramatic Club 23 Junior Achievement 2, treas. 23 Tiger Bank 23 Dance Committees 1,2,33 Assemblies 1,2,33 S.A. col- lector 23 Office Aide 2. JEAN FITZGERALD 29 Prentice Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,2,33 Future Nurses Club 1,2,3. ALDEN FLETCHER 16 Clifford Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,33 Track 2,31 Squad Leader 1.23 Corridor Patrol 1. DOUGLAS FLORZIATI 419 Parker Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2.33 Band 13 Svvingsters 1,33 Western Mass. Music Festival 1: Tech Tantrums 1.3: Black Cat Fiesta 1,33 Radio Club 13 Dance Committees 1,33 S.A. collector. JOSEPH FLYNN 1263 Carew Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Football 23 Baseball 13 Squad Leader 1,23 Junior Achieve- ment 1,23 Jr. Achievers Assoc. 23 Tech News lj Yearbook Collector 2: Office Aide 2. WILLIAM FOLEY 175 Gresham Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2,3. KRISTINE FOLSTAD 112 Oregon Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.33 G.A.A. 1: Pep Squad 13 Usherette 23 Science Fair 23 Host- ess 13 Pro Merito 1.2.32 Physiology Club 13 French Club 23 Future Nurses Club 1.2.3, secretary 33 Tech News 13 Tech News Typist 3. ROBERT FOPP 65 Shawmut Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 1,33 Hockey 33 Basketball 13 Baseball 1.2: Black Cat Fiesta 2, 33 Science Fair 23 Rifle Club 13 Lunchroom Patrol 1,23 Tiger Bank 13 Dance Committees 2,11 PATRICIA DUIIUTIIY FOSS 715 Hreckwood Boulevard t'olle1.1e Preparatory S A, 1,2,33 Class Council 13 Pep Squad 1,23 Black Cat Fiesta 2,113 Science Fair 1,113 Debating: Club 113 City Nlsimaha 33 Tech Gibs 13 Jun- ior Achievement 33 Jr. Achievers Assoc. 33 Constitution Committee lg Dance Committees 1,2,33 Tech News 1.2,3. LOUISE DOUILLARD 305 Seymour Avenue Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 33 Future Nurses Club 33 Dance Committees 1,23 Office Aide 1. RONALD WILLIAM DOWLING 15 Porter Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Corridor Patrol 1,2,33 Student Patrol 2,3. SANDRA DRAGONE 147 Belmont Avenue Technical Course S.A. 1.2,3. DAVID ROGER DRINAN 229 White Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.33 Soccer 2: Golf 33 Usher 2: Science Fair 33 Corridor Patrol 1,23 Dance Committees 1.2,3. RALPH DRINKWATER 288 Forest Park Avenue Technical Course S.A. 3. KARL DRLTMM 72 Chesterfield Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,31 Soccer 2.3: Engineering Club 13 Stage Crew 1. MARILYN DUCK 98 Rockland Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.33 G.A.A. 2.33 Playdays 23 Pep Squad 1: Drill Team 2,31 Tech Tantrums 1.3: Future Nurses Club 3. ROBERT DCFFNEY 226 Armory Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2,3. LINDA JEANNE DUFFY 47 Brittany Road Indian Orchard College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.31 G.A.A. 1.23 Pep Squad 1,21 Squad Leader ll Usherette 3: Black Cat Fiesta 2.31 Science Fair 13 Future Nurses Cluh 13 Tech Gibs 33 Junior Achievement 23 Dance Committees 2.3, chairman: Assem- blies 2,33 Tech News 13 Tech Tiger 2.11, Picture Editor 33 Girls State Alternate 23 Office Aide 3. JAMICS l1l'tItl.-KN 119 llarkin Street College l'1'eparatory S A l,1f.flL lftitillillll 2,113 'llech Tgin- trunis 113 llance t'oniniittees ll, ROBERT l1l'M.-KS 116 ltowland Street Technical t'oursc S A. 1,2,33 l"oothall 1,2,33 Crew 1. RONALD DUMAS 50 Morgan Street College Preparatory S.A. 33 Basketball lg Baseball 1,39 Squad Leader 1,23 Tech H1-Y 39 Anglers Club 1,2,33 Corridor Patrol 2,3. GERALD DUVAL 105 Berkshire Avenue Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Football lj Squad Lead- er 23 Tech Hi-Y 33 Anglers Club 33 Yearbook Collector 1,23 S.A. col- lector 1,2. JOHN DYER 38 Continental Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 13 Sci- ence Fair 13 Corridor Patrol 1,2. CARL DYGON 156 Stony Hill Road Wilbraham Technical Course S.A. 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,33 Bowling 33 Squad Leader 1,2,3. RICHARD DZIADZIO 37 Suzanne Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.31 Band 1,2,33 Spring Con- cert 1,2,33 Western Mass. Music Festival 1.33 Christmas Concert 1, 2.3. VIYIAN EADY 43 Stebbins Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.31 Red Cross Representa- tive 33 Squad Leader 1,23 Pep Squad 1.2: Girls' Chorus 1,31 Grad- uation Chorus 1.3: Spring Concert 1.2.33 Christmas C o n c e rt 1,2,33 Dance Committees 1.2.32 Assem- blies 1.2.3. JAMES EAGAN 44 Scott Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,3. JUDY EDDY 107 Oregon Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.33 Physiology Club 1: Future Nurses Club 1.2.3. .-XLTON EISOLD 219 Abbott Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 23 Yis- ual Aids 1.2: Rifle Club 1. MARIAN ELLIOT tiki Clayton Street Technical Course S.A. 1.3.33 Pep Squad 1: Office Aide 1. DAVID 1-TRDMAN 102 Hartwick Street College lltacpgirgitory S..-K. 1.22.31 C 1' 0 W 2,33 l' s h 0 r 23 SPVIHR t'0IlC0l't 1: P-oys' Chorus 1: Graduation Chorus 1: Science Fair 2.11: l'ro Merito 3: Radio Club 1: Student Patrol 12.33 Corridor lkitl-01 2.3: Sr. Hat Coniniittee 33 Dance Coniniittees 1,2,33 S..-X. eollpqim- 3- Mn Alpha Theta 3. q CHARLES FRANCIS 128 Orleans St. Technical S.A.5 Class Council 35 Football 2,35 Soccer 15 Basketball 1,2,35 Base- ball 1,2,35 Visual Aids 2,35 Student PatrolA15 Corridor Patrol5 Dance Committees 35 Sr. Hat Collector 35 Office Aide 1. CAROLE ANNE FROST 133 Pilgrim Rd. College Preparatory S-A-3 PGP Squad 172,33 Science Fair 15 French Club 35 Future Nurs es' Club 15 Jr. Achievers' Assoc. 35 Jr. Achievement 35 Dance Committees 35 Assemblies 2,35 Yearbook Collector 3. RICHARD GAGNE 55 Meadowlark Lane Technical S.A. WILLIAM GAJDA 35 Elizabeth St. Technical S.A.5 Corridor Patrol 2. THOMAS GALANIS 11 Merida St. College Preparatory S.A.5 Bowling 2,35 Assemblies 15 S. A. Collector 1. GALE CALVIN 182 Pleasant St. East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A.5 Dance Committees 2,3. WALTER GALICA I7 Wclland Road College Preparatory S.A.5 Golf 1,2,35 Band 35 Spring Concert 35 W. Mass. Music Fest. 35' Dance Committees 25 Assem- blies 35 Yearbook Collector 1,25 S.A. Collector 3. DONALD GASPASINI 88 Dwight Rd. Technical S.A.5 Science Fair 1. ROBERT A. GEBO 52 Mandalay Rd. Technical S.A. JAMES GELINAS 61 Methuen St. Technical S.A.5 Red Cross Representative 2' r Football 15 Swimming 2,35 Crew 25 Chess Club 35 Corridor Patrol 1,2' Assemblies 3. 1 NANCY GIBBS 200 Marion St. College Preparatory S.A.5 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Usherette 35 Black Cat Fiesta 2,3- Science Fair 15 Future Nurses Club 15 Tech Gibbs 35 Dance Com- mittees 1,2,35 Assemblies 25 Tech News-Feature Ed. 1,2,35 N.E.S.P. A.C. 35 S.A. Collector 15 Girls' State 25 Spotlight on Youth 3. r y DAVID GIRARD 35 Converse St. Technical S.A.5 Swimming 15 Science Fair 1,25 Rifle Club 1.25 Chess Club 15 Lunchroom Patrol 15 J u n i o r A- chievement 25 Tiger Bank 1,35 Dance Committees 1,25 Assemblies 15 S.A. Collector 2. JAY GLUSHIEN 409 Trafton Rd. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Rifle Club Fair 1,35 S.A. Collector 3. 15 Science HENRY A. GOLD 44 Trinity Terrace Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Council 25 Sci- ence Fair 35 Corridor Patrol 15 Tech News 3. RONALD GOLDSTEIN 43 South Bend Lane East Longmeadow Technical S.A.5 Rifle Club 35 Dance Commit- tees 3. FAITH CAROLYN GOODRICH 304 Pease Rd. East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 25 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 'Graduation Chorus 35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Future Nurses' Club 1, 2,35 Assemblies 35 Office Aid 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 3. GEORGE GORDON 119 Bridle Path Rd. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Rifle Club 35 Dance Committees 2,35 Stage Crew 3. DAVID GOTTSCHE Glendale Rd, Hampden Technical S.A.5 Crew 1,2,35 Spring Concert 35 Concert C h oi r 35 Graduation C h 0 r u s 35 Assemblies 35 Tech News 1. JONATHAN GOURLIE 28 Gillette Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 2,35 Track 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Black Cat Fiesta 15 Science Fair 35 Pro Merito 2,35 Archery Club 15 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Collec- tor 35 Summer Science Institute 25 Prom Usher 25 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Math Help Club 35 National Honor Society 3. CAROL GRALENSKI 27 Seneca Street Technical S.A. JAMES GRAZIANO 3 Niagara St. Technical S.A.5 Band 15 Spring Concert 15 W. Mass. Music Fest. 15 Dance Com- mittees 35 Yearbook Collector 35 Christmas Concert 1. JEAN GREENDALE 579 Main St. Wilbraham Technical S.A.5 1,2,35 Class Council 35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 35 Squad Leader 15 Spring Concert 25 Girls' Chrorus 25 Graduation Chorus 25 Dramatic Club 35 City Nisimaha 2,35 Jr. A- chievement 2,35 Jr. Achievers' As- soc. 25 Dance Committees 35 As- semblies 35 Office Aide 25 Library Aide 3. EDMOND GREENWOOD 182 Windemere St. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 35 Junior Achievement 1,25 Dance Committees 3. MICHAEL GCBOLA 29 Kosciusko St. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 35 Boys' Chorus 35 Science Fair 15 Engi- neering Club 15 Student Patrol 1, 2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Consti- tution Comm. 15 Dance Commit- tees 25 Assemblies 1,2,35 Christ- mas Concert 3. LYNNE KAREN GULLBERG 64 Edmond St. East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 15 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Chorale 2.35 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1.2, 35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1.2.3. ANNE GURNEY 130 Elm St. East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 15 Majorette 2,35 Spring Concert 1.2, 35 W. Mass. Music Fest. 35 Chorale 2,35 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 French Club 35 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assem- blies l.2,35 Office Aide 2.35 Christ- mas Concert 1,2.3. MARTIN GIIYER 384 Forest Ilills ltd. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 2,35 Con- cert Choir 2,35 Boys' Chorus 25 Graduation Chorus 25 Tech Tan- trums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Boys Octet 35 Tech Hi-Y 15 Archery Club 15 Jr. Achievement 2,35 As- semblies 2.3. BRIAN HAFEY 98 Bellevue Ave. Technical S.A.1,2,35 Class Council 3. MARION HANEY 148 Abbe Ave. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,25 Squad Leader 15 Yearbook Collector 3. MARSHALL HART 38 Bevier St. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Soccer 2,35 Track 35 Dance Committees 2.3. DONNA HASTINGS 47 Schley St. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Usherette 2,35 Band 1,2, 35 Band Office 2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 W. Mass. Music Festival 1,35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Pro Merito 2,35 French Club 2.35 Tech Gibs 15 Jr. Achievement 25 T i ge r Bank 25 Dance Committees 2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Tech News 1,25 Hostess 25 Christmas Concert 1,2,35 Mw Alpha Theta 35 Math Aide 3. BARBARA JEAN HATHEWAY 115 Patricia Circle College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1, 2,35 Drill Team 15 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Science Fair 15 Dramatic Club 1.25 French Club 1,2,35 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Committee 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Tech News 1,2,35 N.E.S.P.A.C. 3. KENNETH IIAUSMANN 156 Cooper St. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Science Fair 1. FRED HAWLEY 187 Acorn St. College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 Red Cross Representa- tive 11 Football 15 Baseball 1.2.35 Usher 25 Spring Concert 35 Boys' Chorus 35 Graduation C ho r u s 35 Tech Tantrums 35 Boys Octet 35 Tech Hi-Y 1.35 French Club 21 Dance Committees 2.3. JOAN HAYDEN 66 Northway Drive College Drive S.A. 1.2.35 Pep Squad 1.2.35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Black Cat Fiesta 1. JAMES HEALICY 611 Bay St. Technical S.A. 2.3. JOE HEALEY 19 Roosevelt Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Student Council 1,35 Usher 25 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Cor- ridor l'atrol 1,2,35 Junior Achieve- ment l5 Will, B a l l o t, Prophecy Committee 3, President 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Tech News 35 S.A. Collector l. ROISICRT IIICIll'IR'l' 70 Burr Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Judo Club 1.2. WILLIAM IIELIN 162 Bowles Street Technical S.A.1,35 Bowling 3. JANE HERRICK 55 Thompkins Avenue East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 Class Council 15 Red Cross Council 15 G.A.A. 1.35 Play- days 1,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Squad Leader 1,35 Spring Concert 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Graduation Chorus 25 Tech Tantrums 2,35 Science Fair 1,35 Christmas Concert 25 Appara- tus Club 35 Dramatic Club 1,25 De- bating Club 35 Constitution Com- mittee 15 Dance Committees 1,2,3, Chairman 1,25 Office Aide 2. NANCY HERRICK 55 Thompkins Avenue East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1.2.31 Class Council 1,2,35 G.A. A. 15 Playdays 15 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Squad Leader 15 Spring Concert 1, 2,35 Chorale 1,2,35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Science Fair 15 Jr. Achievement Secretary 2,35 Jr. Achievers' A s s o c. 2,35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assem- blies 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Collector 35 Christmas Concert 1,2,3, ROBERT HERTZ 46 Locust St. Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Patrol 15 Corri- dor Patrol 1. JAMES HESSE 768 Belmont Ave. Technical S.A.Vl,2.3Q Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Lunchroom Patrol 1,2,35 ,Jr. Achievement 25 Dance Committees 2,35 Assemblies 2,35 Office Aide 1. 63 GILBERT HESTER 43 Edgewood Street Technical S.A. 1.33 Track 1,2,33 Tech Tan- trums 2: Black Cat Fiesta 1: Judo Club 1.2.3: Corridor Patrol 3: S.A. Collector 2. EDWARD HILL 59 Granby Street Technical S.A. 1.2.33 Class Council 1: Con- stitution Committee 1. JUDY HILL Wilbraham Road Hampden College Preparatory S.A. 132.33 Class Council 23 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1.2,3: Usherette 2.3: Black Cat Fiesta 2,31 Science Fair 1: City Nisimaha 2,33 Secre- tary 3: Dance Committees 1,2,33 Chairman 3: Tech News 1,2,33 Co- sports Editor 33 N.E.S.P.A.C. 33 Hostess 2,3. PETER HITAS 25 Keddy Street Technical S.A. 1,2.3: Football 13 Basketball 2, BETSY LEE HOCKENBERRY 112 Middlesex Street Technical S.A. 1.2,3: Class Council 1,23 Pep Squad 1,2: Spring Concert 2,33 All- State Music Festival 33 Concert Choir 2,33 Graduation Chorus 2,33 Tech Tantrums 33 Black Cat Fiesta 13 Girls Sextet 33 Christmas Con- cert 2,3Q Dance Committees 13 As semblies 2,33 Tech News 33 Sr. Hat Collector 23 Yearbook Collector 33 gffice Aide 2g Lunchroom Cashier FLOYD HODGE 597 Bay Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Football 1,2,33 Science Fair 1.2: Stage Crew 3. PETER HOFFMAN 84 Washburn Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 33 Football 1,23 Swimming 1, 2.3: Baseball 13 Tech Hi-Y 3, Dance Committees 3. PAUL HOLLAND 44 Ralph Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Student Patrol 23 Corri- dor Patrol 1,23 Dance Committees 3. LEWIS CLARENCE HOLLY 30 Prine Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Class Council 23 Red Cross Representative 1,23 Football 13 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball 1,33 Dance Committee 2,3. JOAN HOOPER 77 Clifton Avenue Technical S.A. 1.2.3. WILLIAM HOVELAND 587 Bay Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 1,23 Science Fair 23 Pro Merito 13 Dance Committees 23 Tech Tiger 13 Yearbook Collector 1,23 S.A. Col- lector 1.2. ROBERT HOWARTH East Longmeadow 10 Taylor Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Soccer 1,2,33 Student Patrol 1,2,33 Captain 33 Lunchroom Patrol 1,2,33 Captain 33 Assemblies 1.2.3. JEFFREY L. HOWE 5 Vista Road North Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Dance Committees 33 Yearbook Collector 3. MARION HOWE 50 Crittenden Street Technical S.A. l,2,3, GARY HUBACH 95 Clantoy Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Dance Committees 1.23 Sr. Hat Collector 2 . HENRY HUETTNER 18 Virginia Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Football 1,2,33 Hockey 2,33 Basketball 13 Baseball 1,2,33 Tech Tantrums 33 Dance Commit- tees 3. JUANITA HUNTER 26 Sanderson Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3: Pep Squad 13 Future Nurses' Club 1,3. CURTIS HUPFER 90 Dwight Road Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Science Fair 13 Dance Committees 1. SHIRLEY HURSTON 61 Seventh Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 G.A.A. 13 Chorale 13 Girls' Chorus 1,23 Graduation Cho- rus 1,2,33 Spring Concert 2,33 As- semblies 1,2,3. MARTHA HUTCHEONS 114 Shattuck Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Spring Concert 3: Cho- rale 33 Graduation Chorus 3: Fu- ture Nurses' Club 11 Assemblies 2, 33 Lunchroom Cashier 23 Hostess 1.2.3. CAROL HYDE 21 Dearborn Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 23 Usherette 23 Tech Tantrums 2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 2,33 Science Fair 1,2,33 Pro Merito 1,2,3: Dra- matic Club 2: Dance Committees 2,32 Assemblies 1.23 Tech News 2, 33 N.E.S.P.A.C. 33 Girls' State 23 Office Aide 1.2. ROBERT ILLINGSWORTH 101 Moorcland Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 13 Hockey 1. PATRICIA ROSE ILLINGSWORTH 55 Davenport Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,2,33 Future Nurses' Club 33 Dance Committees 1,23 Office Aide 1. GARY INNARELLI 385 Eastern Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Tech News 1. EDWARD JAMES 36 Taber Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive lg Spring Concert 1,33 Concert Choir 33 Boys' Chorus 13 Gradua- tion Chorus 1,33 Boys Octet 13 Christmas Concert 1,33 Student Pa- trol 13 Assemblies 1,33 Yearbook Collector 3. MATT JANICK 917 Sumner Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Corridor Patrol 3. ROBERT JARVIS 16 Shaw Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.33 S.A. Board 33 Student Council 1,2,33 President 3: Class Cotmcil 1,2,3: Hockey 2,33 Crew 1, 2.3: Captain 3: Usher 2: Band 1.2: Spring Concert 1,23 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,23 Technicade 13 Black Cat Fiesta 1.2.33 Science Fair 1,31 Tech Hi-Y 33 Dance Com- mittees 1,2,33 Chairman 13 Assem- blies 1,2,33 Tech News 3. LINDA JARVIS Main Street Hampden College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 13 Spring Concert 33 Western Mass. Music Festival 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Gradu- ation Chorus 33 Christmas Con- cert 33 Tech News 13 Office Aide 1. ETHEL JENKINS 42 Charter Avenue Technical S.A. 1.2.33 G.A.A. 1.2.32 tTl3 Play- days 1,23 Pep Squad 1.2,3: Squad Leader 1.2. MARTHA B. JENKINS 42 Charter Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,23 Playdays 1, 2: Pep Squad 1.2: Squad Leader 1. TYRONE JENKINS 98 Kenyon Street Technical S.A. 1.2.33 Football 13 Baseball 13 Boys' Chorus 13 Student Patrol 1, 2.33 Corridor Patrol 1.2.32 Lunch- room Patrol 1.2. MEREDITH .IESKE 91 Old Brook Road Technical S.A. 1.2.33 Pep Squad 1,23 Spring Concert 1.2.31 Chorale 3: Girls' Chorus 1.2: Graduation Chorus 1. 2.3: Christmas Concert 2.33 Assem- blies 2,3. ELEANOR L. JOHNSON Indian Spring Road East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.31 S.A. Secretary 1.2.32 POP Squad 1.2.31 Spring Concert 1, 2.33 Chorale 2.3: Girls' Chorus 1: Graduation Chorus 1,2,3: Hostess 1,2,33 Future Nurses' Club 13 Office Aide 2,33 Mu Alpha Theta 3. RICHARD JOHNSON 48 Eloise Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Engineering C 111 b 19 Dance Committees 33 Stage C1'6W 1- ROSS JONES 75 Anniversary Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Class Council 33 Red Cross Council 33 Red Cross Repre- sentative 2,33 Crew 13 Usher 23 Tech Tantrums 1,2,33 Black Cat Fiesta 1,2,33 Science Fair -1,2,33 Photography Club 13 Tech H1-Y. 1, 2,33 Vice President 23 Debating Club 1,2,33 Vice President 23 Presi- dent 33 Engineering Club 33 Stu- dent Patrol 33 Corridor Patrol 2,33 Dance Committees 2,33 Chairman 33 Assemblies 1,2,33 Sr. Hat Col- lector 23 Yearbook Collector 1,23 S.A. Collector 13 Boys' State 23 Stage Crew 1,2,33 Radiation Club 2,33 Vice President 2. DAVID JORDAN 80 Undine Circle Technical S.A. 1,2,3: Dramatic Club 33 Cor- ridor Patrol 1.2.3. ROBERT JOSEPHSON 91 Plum Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Photography Club 1,23 Radio Club 1,2,3: Engineering Club 1.2. CAROL JURKOWSKI 44 Brainard Road North Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,2,33 French Club 23 Future Nurses' Club 2,33 Banner Committee 23 Dance Com- mittees 2,31 Yearbook Collector 23 Office Aide 2: Class Colors Com- mittee 2. MYRON PETER JURKOWSKI 234 Draper Street Technical S.A. 1.3. MICHAEL KABB 246 Slater Avenue Technical S.A. 1.3: Western Mass. Festival 1.2: Band 1.2. Music JOHN KACZMARSKI 34 Wrona Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.31 Red Cross Representa- tive 23 Soccer 33 Hockey 1,2,33 Basketball 1.2.33 Science Fair 3: Pro Merito 1.2.32 Physics Club, 3: Assemblies 1.2.33 Boys' State 2' Mu Alpha Theta 3. CYNTHIA KADZIK 121 Webber Street College Preparatory S.A. 3: Science Fair 3: French Club 3: Junior Achievement 33 Trea- surer 3: S.A. Collector 3: Mu Al- pha Theta 3. BARBARA KAHAHELIS 51 Clifton Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2.3: Assemblies 2. RAYMOND KALEDA 42 Acorn Street College Preparatory 172,35 Swimming 1,2,35 Science Fair 152,35 Physics Clu b 1,2,35 Chess Club 1,2,3. ALAN KALISH 154 Emerson Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 .Baseball 1,2,35 Golf 35 Science Fair 1,35 Visual Aids 15 Stage Crew 1. GENE KARAM 138 Greenwood Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. LINDA KEATING 127 Aldrew Terrace College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Class Officer, secretary 1525 Class Council 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. Officer, Freshman repre- sentative 15 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Ush- erette 25 Tech Tantrums 15 Black Cat Fiesta 1,2535 Science Fair 1,35 Hostess 152,35 Pro Merito 1,2535 Dramatic Club 15 French Club 2, 35 Tech Gibs 152,35 Chap1ain5 Dance Committees 1,2535 Assem- blies 1,2,3. GERALD J. KEIR 65 Newhall Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Football 3, manager5 Basketball 1,253, manager5 Base- ball 152,3, m a n a g e r 5 Band 1,25 Spring Concert 1,25 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 Black Cat Fiesta 2535 Science Fair 1,35 Pro Merito 152,35 Debating Club 2,35 Vice Pres- ident 35 Assemblies 25 Mu Alpha Theta Math Club 35 Radiation Club 2. THOMAS KELLEY 24 Morrell Street Technical S.A. 1,253. DIANA KELLY 18 Manor Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 2,35 Spring Concert 35 Western Mass. Music Festival 35 Chorale 35 Dramatic Club 2,35 Tech.Gibs 35 Dance Committees 2535 Assemblies 2. CAROL ANN KEMPLE 135 Bartels Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 S.A. Board 25 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Future Nurses' Club 152,35 Junior Achievement 25 Dance Committees 2535 Yearbook Collector 15 S.A. Collector 25 Host- ess 153. EVERETT T. KILBRIDE 2039 Page Boulevard College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Football 152,35 Track 25 Science Fair 35 Physics Club 35 Corridor Patrol 15 Mu Alpha Theta Math Club 3. AUSTIN KILLEEN 73 Carew Terrace Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Track 35 Lunchroom Worker 1. PATRICIA KINDIG 61 Merriam Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 15 G.A.A. 1,25 Playdays 15 Pep Squad 15 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 15 Pro Merito 15 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 15 Tech News 1, 2535 News Editor 35 N.E.S.P.A.C. 35 Office Aide 2. ALTON KING 38 Chapel Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 15 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Football 15 Track 1525 Basketball 2,35 Swim- ming 15 Science Fair 1,35 Chess Club 152,35 French Club 25 Corridor Patrol 1,25 Lunchroom Patrol 1525 35 Assemblies 15 S.A. Collector 15 Lunchroom Worker 1,2,3. BRUCE KING 83 Cedar Street Technical S.A. 152,35 Class Council 25 Foot- ball 2,35 Basketball 152535 Baseball 15 Student Patrol 2,35 Lunchroom Patrol 2,35 Corridor Patrol 2,35 Sr. Hat Committee 2,35 Sr. Hat Col- lector 2. RICHARD KOCHANEK 45 Chauncey Drive College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Band 1,25 Spring Con- cert 1,25 All-State Music Festival 15 Graduation Band 25 Science Fair 15 Assemblies 152. NANCY KOLYER 35 Sumner Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Pep Squad 1,2535 Junior Achievement 35 Treasurer 35 Tiger Bank 35 Jr. Achievers, Association 35 Sr. Hat Committee 25 Dance Committees 15 Tech News 15 Host- ess 1. KENNETH J. KONOPKA 126 Parker Street Indian Orchard Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Hockey 2,35 Baseball 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1. LAWRENCE KRASNER 558 Chestnut Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Pro Merito 1,2535 Rifle Club 1,2,35 Mu Alpha Theta Math Club 3. THEODORE A. KRASTIN 54 Lester Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. C o l 1 e c t o r 1,35 Lunchroom Worker 152. RICHARD KUDELSKI 122 Lang Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Hockey 2,35 Baseball 1,253. BARBARA LaCROSS 38 Brookline Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1525 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 15 Science Fair 153. EDWARD LANDRY 22 Worcester Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 1525 Tech News, Business Staff 1,35 Stage Crew 1. JUDY LANGLOIS 104 Connecticut Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1.2535 Class Council 25 Bowl- ing 15 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 15 2535 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Dramatic Club 25 Photog- raphy Club 25 Tech Gibs 1,2,35 Sec- retary 25 President 35 Sr. Hat Com- mittee 25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Sr. Hat Collector 2, JAMES LANGONE 5 Wilbraview Drive Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A, 1,2,35 Technicade 15 Black Cat Fiesta 152,35 Science Fair 2,35 Photography Club 1,2,35 Tech News Photographer 1,2,35 T e c h Tiger Photographer 1,2,35 Yearbook Col- lector 35 N.E.C.C.C. 25 Spotlight On Youth 2,3. VINCENT LANGONE 18 Kibbc Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Baseball l. ROBERT LQINIGRA 18 Carver Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Baseball 15 Band 15 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 All-State Music Festival 15 Black Cat Fiesta 15 Science Fair 1535 Student Patrol 2,35 Corridor Patrol 2,35 Dance Committees 2,3. CAROL LARKIN 16 Glendall Terrace Technical S.A. 15253. BONNIE LARSON 87 Gates Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Spring Concert 35 Western Mass. Music Festival 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Tech Tan- trums 35 Debating Club 35 City Nisimaha 2,35 Assemblies 35 Tech News 152,35 Christmas Concert 3. KENNETH R. LARSON 137 Dorset Street Technical S.A. 152,35 Corridor Patrol 253. DAVID LaPINE 105 Victoria Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Class Council 1,25 Sci- ence Fair 1,35 Student Patrol 2535 Corridor Patrol 2535 Lunchroom Patrol 25 Dance Committees 25 Sr. Hat Committees 2. MARGARET L. LAWLER 64 Arthur Street College Preparatory S.A. 152535 G.A.A. 1525 T5 Playdays 1,25 Band 152,35 Band Office 2,35 librariang Spring Concert 1,2,35 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,25 35 Future Nurses' Club 15 Dance Committees 15 Assemblies 152535 Graduation Band 2,35 Christmas Concert 2,3. JUAN LIC.-XltNICIl 537 Hay Street Technical S.A. 152.35 lied Cross llepresenta- tive 1,25 G.A.A. lg Playdays 11 Pep Squad 152.35 Spring Concert 1, 2535 Chorale 2,35 Girls' Chorus 1: Graduation Chorus 1,1Z.3: Assem- blies 1,2,35 Sr, Hat Collector 3: Yearbook Collector 15 Office Aide 2,35 Christmas Concert 1.2,3. CHISTOPHER LEE 270 Gillette Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Swimming 35 Crew 253. GARRY R. LEGEIN 43 Dorne Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Tennis 2535 Assemblies 253. RONALD LEMAR 33 Florence Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Spring Concert 35 Cho- rale 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Tech Tantrums 35 Technicade 15 Science Fair 1,2,35 Boys' Octet 35 Physics Club 152535 Tech Hi-Y 35 Radio Club 1,2,35 Treasurer 25 President 35 Engineering Club 1,2,35 Secre- tary 35 Christmas Concert 3. BENJAMIN Ll'lS'I'l'Ilt U8 Congress Street 'I'echnic:il S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 25 Track 35 Bas- ketball I,2535 C o n c e rt Choir 35 Boys' Chorus 35 Graduation Cho- rus 35 Tiger Bank 1,2535 Assem- blies 1,253 JANICE LETENDRE 114 Acrebrook Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 G.A.A. 15 Playdays 15 Squad Leader 15 Band 1,2535 Band Office 2,35 Librarian5 Spring Con- cert 1,2,35 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,2,35 Dance Committees 15 Assemblies 1,2535 Graduation Band 2,35 Christmas Concert 1,2,3. FRED LEWIS 24 Bartlett Avenue East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Tech Tantrums 1,35 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Pa- trol 15 Dance Committees 15 As- semblies 2. ROBERT LEWIS 87 Burns Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,25 Science Fair 35 Visual Aids 1,2535 Chess Club 1,2,35 Trea- surer 35 Assemblies 1,2535 Stage Crew 1,253. RALPH LINDNER Redstone Lake East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Swimming 152,35 Stu- dent Patrol 2,35 Corridor Patrol 1, 2535 Stage Crew 3. FRANCES LITMAN 15 Somerset Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Pep Squad 1,2535 Spring Concert 35 Chorale 35 Future Nur- ses' Club 15 Sr. Hat Committee 3' Graduation Chorus 35 Dance Comi mittees 2535 Assemblies 35 Host. ess 1. OWEN LITTLE 38 Northampton Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Soccer 1,23 Student Pa- trol 1,2,33 Corridor Patrol 1,2,3. SANDIE LOEHN 44 Donald Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3: Pep Squad 1,23 Dramat- ic Club 3: Assemblies 3. MICHAEL LOUGHMAN 1460 Page Blvd, Technical S.A. 1,2.33 Squad Leader 13 Sci- ence Fair 1: Dance Committees 33 Assemblies 1. KENNETH LUCE 3249 Main Street Technical S.A, 1,2,33 Squad Leader lg Spring Concert 23 Chorale 23 Graduation Chorus 23 Christmas Concert 23 Dance Committees 1,2,33 Assem- blies 2. RICHARD LUCIA 95 Littleton Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3Q Red Cross Representa- tive 13 Usher 23 Student Patrol 1,2, 3. SALLY LUNDBERG 210 Norfolk St. Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Basketball 13 G.A.A. 13 Playdays 13 Squad Leader 13 Band 1,2,33 Band Librarian 2,33 Spring Concert 1,2,33 W. Mass. Music Festival 1,2,33 Dance Committees 13 Assemblies 1,2,33 Graduation Orchestra 2,33 Christmas Concert 1,2,3. EUGENE LUTZ 58 W. Bay Path Ter. College Preparatory S.A. 1.2,33 Football 1,2,33 Hockey 23 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,33 Stage Crew 3. STEVEN MACAIJLAY 115 Venture Drive College Preparatory S.A.3 Hockey 23 Corridor Patrol 13 Banner Committee 23 Assemblies 2. JUDY MACHLER 29 Norfolk St. College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Pep Squad 1,23 Science Fair 23 Future Nurses Club 33 Jr. Achievers 23 Sr. Hat Committee 33 Hostess 1. MATTHEW MACIOLEK 39 Acme Place Technical S.A. 1,2,3. BRUCE MACLEOD 27 Mary Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Science Fair 1,33 Vis- ual Aids 13 Rifle Club 1. ROBERT MACMILLAN 19 Annawon Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Tech Tantrums 33 Black Cat Fiesta 23 Tech Hi-Y 33 Student Patrol 33 Corridor P a t r ol 2,33 Dance Committees 1,2. DOUGLAS MACPHAIL 57 Miller Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. ALAN MALCONIAN 285 Redlands Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Corridor Patrol 1,2. KENNETH MALLALIEU 28 Hatch Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Meteriology Club 1: Dance Committees 2. KENNETH FRANCIS MANDEVILLE 64 Church Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. JAMES MANNING 33 Newland Street Technical S.A, 1,2,33 Yearbook Collector 3. JAMES MANNINO 163 Ellsworth Avenue College Preparatory S.A, 1,2,33 Dance Committees 1,23 Yearbook Collector 1. TONY MARAFIOT 9 Prince Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Baseball 13 Dance Com- mittees 1,3. DANIEL MARCEAU 27 Health Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Soccer 2,33 Crew 1,2,33 Science Fair 13 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Pro Merito 1,2,3Q Tech Hi-Y 33 Dance Committees 2,33 Tech News 3. LETTI MARKARIAN 360 Roosevelt Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 13 G.A.A. 1,23 Pep Squad 13 Drill Team 23 Spring Concert 13 Girls' Chorus 13 Graduation Cho- rus 13 Science Fair 13 Christmas Concert 13 Junior Achievement 33 Tiger Bank 33 Sr. Hat Committee 33 Dance Committees 2,33 Assem- blies 13 Office Aide 2,3. CHARLES MARTIN 26 Englewood Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Track 13 Chorale 1,23 Boys' Chorus 3. ESTHER ELLEN MARTIN 105 Carcw Street Technical S.A. l,2,33 Pep Squad 13 Tech Tan- trums 2,33 Assemblies 2,3. DANIEL MARUCA 20 Manhattan Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3Q Corridor Patrol 1. JOSEPH MASCARO 47 Marble Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Football 13 Corridor Pa- trol 3. RICHARD MASTRONARDI 1929 Allen Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2,3: Football 3. LYNDA THAYER MATHEWS 37 Greenacre Lane East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.33 Pep Squad 1,2,3Q Spring Concert 1,2.3: Chorale 2,32 Girls' Chorus 13 Graduation Chorus 1,2, 33 Science Fair 1.2,3Q Christmas Concert 1,2,33 Sr. Hat Committee 3: Assemblies 1,2,3: Office Aide 1, 2.3. DONNA MAXFIELD 477 Belmont Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 23 G.A.A. 23 Pep Squad 1,21 Drill Team 23 Black Cat Fiesta 23 City Nisimaha 2,33 Assemblies 2,33 Yearbook Collector 2. STANLEY MAZUR 19 Abbe Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,33 Pro Merito 2,33 Dance Committees 1,2,33 S.A. Collector 2, 33 Boys' State 2: Mu Alpha Theta 3. FRANCIS McALEER 28 Reed Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3Q Baseball 23 Bowling 2. ELLEN McCLOY 128 East Allen Ridge Road Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Spring Concert 33 Girls Chorus 33 Graduation Chorus 33 Tech Tantrums 23 Christmas Con- cert 33 Dramatic Club 2: Assem- blies 2. JAMES MCCOMBE 161 Mayflower Road College Preparatory S.A. l,2.3. DOUGLAS MCCOWAN 35 East Alvord Street College Preparatory S.A. l,2,3Q Class Council 11 Crew 13 Mu Alpha Theta 33 Pro Merito 3, vice-president 33 Physics Club 33 Radio Club 1,2,33 Chess Club 13 Junior Achievement 13 Tcch Tiger 2,3, picture editor 33 S.A. Collector 13 Radiation Club 3. THOMAS MCDONAGH 66 Milton Street Technical S.A. 1,33 Bowling 3. WILLIAM MCMILLAN 135 Stuart Street Technical MARY McNEIL 346 Dickenson Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3Q G.A.A. 1,33 Playdays lg Pep Squad 13 Squad Leader 13 De- bating Club 23 Yearbook Collector 23 Office Aide 1,2,3. CAROLE MEADE 28 Waldorf Street Technical S.A. 2,33 Spring Concert 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Graduation Chorus 33 Christmas Concert 33 Junior A- chievement 33 Assemblies 3. PATRICK MELEADY 3 Benham Street Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 1,23 Rifle Club 1,2,33 Tech News 13 S.A. Collector 3. EVELYN MELTZER 6 Roosevelt Terrace College Preparatory S.A. 2,33 Red Cross Representa- tive 33 Pep Squad 2,33 Drill Team 3: Tech Tantrums 33 Dance Com- mittees 3. CENNARO MERCOLLNO 1073 Columbus Avenue Technical S.A. 1,3Q Football 13 Assemblies 2, 0. RICHARD MEROLA 10 Lombard Street Technical S.A. 1.2.33 Football 1.2: Basketball 1,2.31 Baseball 1.2.32 Dance Com- mittees 1.2.3. ROBERT WARD MERRIMAN 175 Maple Street Technical S.A. 1.2.3. JUDITH MEUNIER 34 Seymour Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2.3,: G.A.A. 23 Pep Squad 1-2-3: Spring Concert 3: Girls' Cho- VHS 3: Graduation Chorus 3: Christ- mas Concert 3: Future Nurses' Club 33 Dance Committees 3. JOHN B. MICHNOVEZ 35 Bowles Park Technical S.A. 1,2,33 Judo Club 13 Rifl 1,2,3: Corridor Patrol 2,31 335222 Committees 33 Office Aide 3, LEWIS MIFFITT JR. 648 Carew Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 25 Black Cat Fi- esta 15 Photography Club 15 Engi- neering Club 15 Junior Achieve- ment 1. SARKIS MIRIGIAN 257 Wilbraham Road Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Science Fair 15 Rifle Club 1,25 Anglers' Club 1,25 Chess Club 15 Yearbook Collector 15 S.A. Col- lector 1,25 Lunehroom Wo rker fboysl 1,2. JAMES MITCHELL 135 Bridle Path Road Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 35 Rifle Club 1,2,35 Corridor P a t r ol 15 Lunehroom Patrol 15 Dance Com- mittee 153. HUGII MOBLEY 5 Springfield Street Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Bowling 35 Corridor Pa- trol 3. ELIZABETH ANNE MONTESSI 50 Edmund Wynn Circle Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 Pep Squad 15 Spring Con- cert 1,2,35 Chorale 35 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Dra- matic Club 35 Constitution Com- mittee 15 Assemblies 35 Tech News Typist 3. ROBERT MOORE 54 Pincview Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Color Guard 35 Pro Mer- ito 35 Photography Club 15 Dance Committees 1,2,3. JAMES J. MORIARTY JR. 2127 Page Blvd. Indian Orchard Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 1,2,35 Lunehroom Pa- trol 15 Yearbook Collector 2,3. DIANA MORIN 33 Arden Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Spring Concert 15 Girls' Chorus 15 Grad- uation Chorus 15 Junior Achieve- ment 2,35 Vice-Pres. 35 Jr. A- chievers Assoc. 35 Dance Commit- tees 1,2,35 Assemblies 15 Offi c e Aide 3. RAYMOND MORIN 409 Plainfield Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Bowling Fiesta 35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Phy- sics Club 1,2,35 Tech Hi-Y 35 Chap- lin French Club 25 Student Patrol 35 Corridor Patrol 2,35 Junior Achievement 15 Dance Committees 3. 35 Black Cat DAVID MORSE 863 Slindale Road North Wilbraham Technical S.A. 1,2,3. JANET MORSE 22 Rita Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. WARREN MORSE 3 Newhall Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pro Merito 35 Photog- raphy Club 15 Dance Committees 25 Corridor Patrol 15 Tech News Club 15 Tech News 2,3. DAVID MOTTLE 17 Melwood Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 15 Ri- fle Club 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 15 Dance Committees 1,2,35 S.A. Col- lector 1,2,3. WILLIAM MUNRO JR. 48 Wood Avenue East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Student Council 15 Soc- cer 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Baseball 1,35 Black Cat Fiesta 15 Science Fair 25 Student Patrol 1,2,3, chief 35 lieut. 25 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Lunehroom Patrol 2,3, lieut. 25 As- semblies 1,2,35 Yearbook Collector 1,2,35 S.A. Collector 2. JAMES J. MURPHY 18 Sumner Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 1,25 Hockey 1, 25 Baseball 1,25 Student Patrol 15 Constitution Committee 1,25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Tech News 35 S.A. Collector 1,2,35 Lunehroom Worker tboysl l,2,3. RAYMOND MUSSELMAN 43 Maple Street North Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 Track 2,3. HAROLD NADEAU 124 Parker Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Hockey 2,35 Corridor Patrol 1. BRUCE WESSON NELSON 10 Darling Street Indian Orchard Technical S.A.1,2,35 Tech News 2. ROBERT NOBLE 73 Washington Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 3. HARRY WILLIAM NOLDS 31 Washburn Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3. BRUCE NARRINGTON 117 Quincy Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 1,25 Track 1,25 35 Swimming 1,2,35 Lunehroom Worker Cboysl 3. RALPH M. NOWAK 52 Devens Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Band 15 Swingsters 1,25 35 Spring Concert 15 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 Tech Tantrums 1,2,35 Bla c k C at Fiesta 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 15 Assemblies l,2,3. WILLIAM OAKLEY 125 College Street Technical S.A. 152,31 Soccer 21 Basketball 1. 2535 Baseball 15 Red Cross Banner 2,3. JCDITH OBERLANDER 81 Bryant Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Majorctte 1.2, 35 co-captain 15 Western Mass. Mu- sic Festival 1,3: Tech Tantrums 1: Black Cat Fiesta 15 Future Nurses' Club 1,2,35 pres. 35 Dance Commit- tes 2,35 Yearbook Collector 1. EDWARD J. C. O'CONNELL 115 Berkshire Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Science Fair 1,25 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Photography Club 1,25 Rifle Club 1525 Student Patrol 1,2, 35 Corridor Patrol 1,2,35 Luneh- room Patrol 1.2.35 Tech Tiger 2,35 Yearbook Collector 1,25 S.A. Col- lector 1,25 Office Aide 1,2,35 Lunch- room Worker tboysh I. LAWRENCE O'CONNOR 1476 Page Boulevard College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Spring Con- cert 1,25 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,35 Graduation Band 2,35 Tech Tantrunis 35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 15 lVlu Alpha Theta 35 Christmas Concert 2,35 l'ro lVIer- ito 1,2,35 Debating Club 1,25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 152,35 Boys' Slate 2. CARL OHLIN 262 Locust Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Concert Choir 2,35 Boys' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1,2,35 Rifle Club 1,2,35 Stu- dent Patrol 3: Corridor Patrol 35 Dance Committees 25 Assemblies l,2,3. EDDIE OLBON JR. 87 Granger Street Technical S.A. 1.2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 Hockey 1,25 Black Cat Fi- esta 1,25 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Banner Committee 1,25 D a ne e Committees 1,2,35 chairman 2 . DONALD OLDENBURG 4 Howard Place Technical S.A. i,2,3. GEORGE OLSON 43 Cornell Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 15 Red Cross Representative 35 Football 15 Swimming 1,25 Crew 2,35 Tech Hi-Y 2,35 pres. 35 Chess Club 35 Vice-Pres.5 Student Patrol 2,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 1,2,35 Dance Commit- tees 1,2,35 Assemblies 35 Yearbook Collector 1,2. CARLO ORCIARI 208 Newton Road Technical S.A. 35 Track 2,35 Basketball 25 Student Patrol 35 Corridor Patrol 35 Dance Committees 35 S.A. Col- lector 2, MARILYN OS 55 Crown Street Technical S.A. 152,35 GAA. 1,25 Playdays 25 Pep Squad 11 Drill Team 25 Future Nurses' Club 1,25 .lunior Achieve- ment 2. PAUL OllEl,l.l-I'l'Tl-I l-l Covcl Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Pro Merito 35 Radio Club 1. JUDITH ANNE PAGE 54 Buena Vista Plaza College Preparatory S.A. 152.35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 2.35 Tech Gibs 1.2.3, chaplain 3: Dance Committees 1,2,35 O f f 1 c e Aide 35 Lunehroom Cashier lgirlsl 25 Hostess 2,3. JOHN PANEK 152 Illerrimae Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Student Patrol 2,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 1,2,35 Yearbook Col- lector 2,3. CAROL l'AR'I'ltlDGl'l 35 Orlando Street 'Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 25 Dance Committees 25 Yearbook Collector ll. .ltlllN l'A'l'tlN 44 Gralia Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Crew 1,2,35 Science l"air 15 Rifle Club 1. JOHN PAULY Ames Road Hampden College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 25 Cho- rale 25 Graduation Chorus 25 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Archery Club 25 Stu- dent Patrol 35 Corridor Patrol 2,35 Boys' State 25 Lunehroom Worker tboysl 1,2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 3. WILLIAM B. PEASE 23 Gillette Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 25 Red Cross Representative 25 Tech Tan- trums 25 Technicade 25 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Science Fair 1,2,35 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Dramatic Club 35 Debating Club 35 Engineering Club 15 Dance Committes 2,35 As- semblies 35 Sr. Hat Collector 25 Yearbook Collector 25 S.A. Collee- tor 152. RICHARD PEDERZANI 772 Stony Hill Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3. GEORGE F. PELOQUIN 202 Rosewell Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Council 15 Football 1,25 Band 1,25 Swingsters 1,35 Spring Concert 15 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 Tech Tan- trums 1,25 Black Cat Fiesta 1,25 Red Cross Banner 2,3. WILLIAM PELOQUIN 148 Evenett Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Track 25 Baseball 15 Dance Committees 2,35 Lunehroom Worker iboysm 1. SARA PENNA 118 Hickory Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2.35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Playdays 1: Pep Squad 1,2,3: Drill Team 2,35 Squad Leader 1: Tech Tantrums 25 Junior Achievement 1,2: Dance Commit- tees 1.25 S.A. Collector 1. JOHN PERELLA 102 Tulsa Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.35 Dance Committees 1,2,3. CAROLYN MARTHA PETERSON 25 Worcester Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3: Red Cross Council 1,25 Squad Leader 1: Spring Concert 1, 2,35 Concert Choir 35 Boys' Chorus 1,25 Tech Tantrums 35 Science Fair 2,35 Girls Sextet 15 Boys Octet 35 Pro lllerito 3: French Club 2,35 De- bating Club 3: Dance Committees 2: Assemblies 1,2,35 Christmas Concert 1.2.3: Pianist 1.2.3. KENNETH PETERSON 3 Bettsvvood Road East Longmeadow Technical Course S.A. 1,2,35 Science Fair 15 Corri- dor Patrol 2,3. RONALD PETTIROSSI 39 East Aluord Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2,3: S.A. Board 35 Class Officer, Class Treasurer 35 Foot- ball 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Cor- ridor Patrol 1: Dance Committees 1,2,3. ROBERT PFLOMM 13 Stony Brook Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3: Chess Club 3: Debating Club 3. J OANNE PHILP 77 Arthur Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3: G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 3: Spring Concert 3: Girls' Chorus 3: Graduation Chorus 3: Science Fair 1: Future Nurses' Club 1,2,35 Tech Gibs 1: Assemblies 35 Host- ess 1,35 Christmas Concert 3. TED PIDGEON 674 Carew Street Technical Course S.A. 1,35 Spring Concert 1.2.3: Cho- ral 3: Boys' Chorus 1,25 Science Fair 3: Assemblies 1,2,3. JOHN PIELA 68 Ashbrook Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3: Class Council 3: Crew 1,25 Science Fair 2,35 Pro Merito 35 Student Patrol 1,2,3: Corridor Patrol 1,35 Lunchroom Patrol 25 Dance Committees 2,35 Yearbook Collector 1. STIRLING PIPPIN 51 Forest Street Technical Course S.A.1,2,3. JAMES PIRRO 588 Armory Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2.3: Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Hockey 1: Squad Leader 15 Dance Committees 15 S.A. Collec- tor 1: Shop Service 35 Red Cross Banner 2,3. BENNIE PODGURSKI JR. 677 Carew Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2.3: Red Cross Representa- tive 3: Soccer 2.3: Science Fair 35 Corridor P a t r o l 35 Limchroom Worker 3. FRANK PODOSEK 28 Pleasant Street Ludlow College Preparatory S.A. l.2,35 S.A. Board 35 Tennis 1, 2,3: Technicade 15 Black Cat Fi- esta 1.2.3: Science Fair 1,2.35 Pro Merito 1.2, President 35 Physics Club 3: Chess Club 1,2: Debating Club 2: Engineering Club 1.35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assem- blies 1.2.35 Math Club 3. JOHN POLLARD 1660 Wilbraham Road College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.3: Red Cross Representa- tive 2: Corridor Patrol 15 Dance Committees 3: Tech Tiger 3. JOYCE POLLARD 31 Pembroke Circle College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 Pep Squad 1.2,3: Drill Team 2.3: Squad Leader 15 Science Fair 2,3: Junior Achievement 1. HORST PORTH 155 Bay Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.3: Soccer 1.2.3, Captain: Pro Blerito 1. CHARLES POWERS 25 Eddy Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Spring Concert 1.2,3: Chorale 2,3: Boys' Chorus 1: Grad- uation Chorus 1,2.35 Visual Aids 1: Red Cross Banner 2,3. JAMES POWERS 33 Hicks Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.3: Hockey 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 1.2.3: Stage Crew 3. ALAN PRINCE 19 Martel Road College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 Football 1: Track 15 Vis- ual Aids 1.2,3: Tech News 3. PAMELA PRINCE 179 Massachusetts Avenue College Preparatory S.A. l,2,3: G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 15 Squad Leader 15 Band 2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Western Mass. Mu- sic Fcstival 3: Chorale 2,35 Girls' Chorus I: Graduation Chorus l,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 2: Science Fair 1,2,3: Assemblies 1.2.3. RONALD PROVOST 26 Bancroft Street Technical Course S.A.1.2.3L Tiger Bank 1. RICHARD PUZZO 27 Riverview Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.35 Football 15 Corridor Pa- trol 1: Lunchroom Patrol 35 Dance Committees 35 S.A. Collector 25 Lunchroom Worker 3. ROBERT PUZZO 27 Riverview Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,3: Red Cross Council 15 Football 1: Corridor Patrol 25 Dance Committees 35 Limchroom Worker 3. SUSAN RALEIGH 83 Randolph Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2.3: G.A.A. 1.35 Pep Squad 1: Squad Leader 1: Spring Concert 3: Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Cho- rus 3: Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Tech Gibs 1.2: Constitution Committee li Dance Committees 35 Assem- blies 3: Tech News 1,25 Yearbook Collector 2. SANDRA RANSOM 37 Craig Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Red Cross Representa- tive 1: Pep Squad 25 Junior A- chievement 1.2: Dance Committees 1,22 S.A. Collector 1. CAROL RAUH 185 Pheland Avenue Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Pep Squad 1. TED RAUH 29 Marchioness Road Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Hockey 25 Black Cat Fi- esta 1: Rifle Club 1: Anglers' Club 1: Archery Club 1.2: Sr. Hat Com- mittee 1: Dance Committees 1.2: Assemblies 15 Lunchroom Worker 1. EDWARD RAY 33 Granville Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Tech News 2.35 Lunch- room Worker 1.2,35 Red Cross Ban- ner 2,3. SALLY VIRGINIA READ 40 Revere Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1: Drill Team 3: Cheerleader 2, Co-Captain 3: Usherette 25 Tech Tantrums 3: Pro Merito 2: Tech Gibs 35 Dance Committees 35 As- semblies 2.3. JOSEPH REARDON 20 Bruuer Avenue Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.3: Football 1: Track 3: Boys' Chorus 3: Graduation Chorus Il: Dance Committees 2,3. TONY REHAUD 82 Ranncv Street Technical Course S.A. 1,2,3: Red Cross Representa- tive 1: Corridor Patrol 1: Junior Achievement 3: Jr. Achievement Assoc. 35 Dance Committees 3. VICTOR RELYNSKY 86 Wertford Avenue Technical Course S.A. 1,2,35 Squad Leader 2. PAT REX 799 North Branch Parkway College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Playdays 25 Pep Squad 15 Squad Leader 25 Office Aide 2,3. PAUL RLDGEWAY 17 Silver Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Science Club 1. Fair 15 Rifle CYNTHIA RIDZ 65 Audubon Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Squad Leader 15 Tech Tantrums 25 Jim- ior Achievement 25 Tiger Bank 25 Jr. Achievement Assoc. 2: Assem- blies 2,3: Office Aide 15 Hostess 1. PAUL LAWRENCE RILEY 216 Pearl Street College Preparatory Band 1: Spring Concert 15 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 Black Cat Fiesta 1.2.35 Archery Club 1,2,3. WILLIAM RILEY 113 Lamont Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.3: Class Council 1: Science Fair 1: Tech Hi-Y, Secretary 25 Student Patrol 1. Lieutenant 2,35 Corridor Patrol 1.2.3: Dance Com- mittees 2: Assemblies 1.2.3. JAMES RINALDI 9 Lombard Avenue East Longmeadow Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Red Cross Representa- tive 2: Golf 1.2.3: Boys' Chorus 3. JOSEPH RINALDI 212 Vineland Avenue East Longmeadow Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Football 1.2.3: Track 1: Tech Tantrums 3: Dance Commit- tees 3. JAMES RINTOUL 214 Prospect Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.3: Science Fair 1: Student Patrol 2. Lieutenant 3: Corridor Patrol 1.2. THOMAS ROBBINS 103 Dana Street Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Stage Crew 1.2.3. DONALD ROBITAILLE 550 Boston Road Technical Course S.A. 1.2.3: Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Football 1: Track 25 Squad 1-Clldvl' 1.2: Tech Tantrums 1: Jr, Achievement Assoc. 2,35 D 3 n C 9 Committees 1.3. ELIZABETH ROBERT 33 Hyde Avenue Technical S.A.1,2,35 Pep Squad 1. IIELEN ROBERTS 120 Winton Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,25 Spring Concert 35 Choral 35 Christmas Concert 35 Black Cat 25 Science Fair 15 Pro Merito 2,35 French Club 2535 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 2,35 Tech News 1,2535 Alumni Editor 3. WILLIAM ROBERTS 120 Winton Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Crew 2,35 Bowling 35 Pro Merito 35 Math Club 35 Judo Club 25 Engineering Club 2,35 Cor- ridor Patrol 1,25 S.A. Collector 253. ROBERT ROBILLARD 104 Gilman Street College Preparatory S.A. 152535 Class Council 15 Red Cross Council 1525 Red Cross Rep. 1525 Football 15 Science Fair 1,35 S.A. Collector 1. DONALD ARTHUR ROBINSON 67 Moss Road Technical S.A. 152,35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Tech Ili-Y 1,2,35 V.P. 152,35 Student Pa- trol 2,35 Corridor P a tr ol 152535 Lunchroom Patrol 35 Dance Com- mittees 2,35 Yearbook Collector 3. NELSON ROGERS 47 Walden Street Technical S.A. 152,35 lllack Cat. Fiesta 152. GEORGE ROBINSON ti Pearl Drive Wilbraham Technical S.A.1,2,3. PATRICK ROMANO 345 Central Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Math Club 35 Dance Committees 15 Baseball 1. FRANK ROMITO 781 Allen Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3. STEVE ROOT 41 Lester Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3. BARBARA ROSS 361 Evergreen Road Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 25 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Graduation Chorus 2. DIANE LOUISE ROSS Somers Road Hamden College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 25 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Tech Tan- trums 35 City Nisimaha 2,35, Pres. 35 Dance Committees 35 Assem- blies 35 Tech News 1,25 Office Aide 1. EDWARD ROSS 31 Bloomfield Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 35 Hockey 2,3. DENIS ROSSI 91 Allen Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Red Cross Council 253, Pres. 35 Football 1,25 Track 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat Fiesta 2535 Science Fair 1535 Pro Merito 1, 25 Tech Hi-Y 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Assemblies 2535 Tech News I,2. ROBERTA ROSSIVIEISL 17 Pleasant Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 152535 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Grad- uation Chorus 35 Science Fair 15 Tech Gibs 1,2,3, Pres. 25 Dance Committees 1. JOHN ROSSO 62 Ventura Street Technical S.A. 15253. JAMES ERIC ROWLEY 215 Dorset Street Technical S.A. 152,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Football 1,25 Corridor Pa- trol 25 Dance Committees 25 Year- book Collector 15 S.A. Collector 35 Office Aide 1. THOMAS RUSCIO 48 Lang Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Baseball 152,35 Dance Committees I. CAROL ANN RUSSELL 33 Kipling Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 lland 1,2535 Spring Con- cert 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 25 Black Cat 25 Science Fair 15 Dramatic Club 2,35 Assemblies 15253. ROBERT SAMAY 1704 Carcw Street Technical S.A. 152,35 Tech Tantrums 1,2,35 Black Cat 152,35 Stage Crew 152,3. CHERYL SANDERSON 146 Harkness Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Playdays 15 Pep Squad 1525 Rifle Club 35 Fu- ture Nurses' Club 1,2,35 Treas. 2. LOUIS SANTANIELLO 74 Fisher Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 25 Soccer 2535 Black Cat 2,35 Science Fair 25 Tech Hi-Y 2,35 See. 35 Dance Com. 25 Sr. Hat Col. 35 S.A. Collector 3. MICHAEL SANTOS 356 Liberty Street Technical S.A. 1,35 Class Council 1,35 Spring Concert 152,35 Concert Choir 35 Chorale 2535 Boys' Chorus 15 Grad- uation Chorus 1,2,35 Tech Tantrums 25 Scierse Fair 15 Assemblies 1,2, 35 S.A. Collector 152. CAROL ANN SARNA 29 Gerald Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 Pep Squad 1525 Drill Team 25 Usherette 25 Tech Tan- trums 15 Black Cat 25 Pro Merito 1,2535 French Club 2,35 Debating Club 2535 City Nisimaha 35 Jun- ior Achievement 35 Dance Com- mittees 152,35 Tech News 1,2,35 Sec. 35 Office Aide 35 Lunchroom 35 Mu Alpha Theta 3. ROBERT SARNACKI 29 Ringgold Street Technical S A. 1.2.35 Science Fair 35 Student Patrol 15 Corridor Patrol 15 Lunch- room Patrol 1: Office Aide 1. BERNHARDT C. SATTLER 299 Orange Street Technical S.A. 15253. ERNEST SCAGNI . 35 Day Avenue East Longmeadow Technical S.A. 1.2.35 Crew 1,2,35 Science Fair 15 Engineering Club 15 Dance Com- mittees 3. LINDA SCHECHTERLE 60 Squire Lane College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 S.A. Board 35 Band 1.2, 35 Swingsters 35 Spring Concert 1, 2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Black Cat 25 Science Fair 2,35 Pro Merito 35 French Club 25 Tiger Bank 25 Dance Committees 1,2535 Assem- blies 152535 Tech Tiger 253, Editor, 35 Girls' State 2. BOBETTE SCHLADENIIAUFFEN 77 Somerset Street College Preparatory S.A. 152,35 S.A. lloard 35 G.A.A. I5 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Squad Leader 1, Tech Tantrums 2535 lllack Cat 25 Science Fair I5 Tiger Mascot 35 Future Nurses' Club 1525 .lunior A- chievement 25 Dance Committees 15 Office Aide 1,25 Manager Tech Store 3. GEORGE SCIILESINGER 149 Fountain Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Red Cross Rep. 35 Bas- ketball 15 Tennis 1,2535 Visual Aids 15 Dance Committees 1535 S.A. Col- lector 1. DOROTHY SCHMIDT 20 Monrovia Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Council 35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Usher- ette 15 Tech Tantrums 2,35 Black Cat 35 Tech Gibs 152,35 Dance Com- mittees 2535 Assemblies 2,35 S.A. Collector 3. ROBERT SCHULTZ 201 South Branch Parkway College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Science Fair 1525 Cor- ridor Patrol 1525 Junior Achieve- ment 1525 Jr. Achievers's Assoc. 15 25 Lunchroom Worker 253. PHILIP SCOTT 116 West Alvord Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2535 Red Cross Rep. 15 Track 15 Student Patrol 152535 Cor- ridor Patrol 1,35 Jr. Achievement 15 Dance Committees 35 Tech Ti- ger 253, Club Ed. 35 S.A. Collector 1. JOHN SERGENTANIS 104 Narragansett Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Vice President 35 Soccer 1,2535 Basketball 15 Tech Tantrums 2535 Science Fair 2,35 Physics Club 35 Debating Club 2,35 Dance Committees 3. TONY SERG ENTANIS 10-I Narragansett Street Technical S A. 1.2.31 Student Patrol 2.3: Cor- ridor Patrol 2.35 Lunchroom Patrol 11.3. INIICIIAICL SIIEA -IG Noel Street College Preparatory S A. 15253. ROBERT SHEEHAN 298 Springfield Street College Preparatory S.A. 2,35 Science Fair 2,35 Junior Achievement 1525 Tech News 2. CYNTHIA LOU SHERET 377 Elm Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 25 G.A.A. 1,25 Squad Leader 25 Spring Con- cert 35 Concert Choir 35 Graduation Chorus 35 Tech Tantrums 35 Sci- ence Fair 15 Girls Sextet 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Office Aide 1. KAYIC M. SHEIKKY 76 Gralia Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Itep. 25 G. A.A, 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Tech Tan- trums 2,35 Science Fair 35 Debat- ing Club 35 Dance Committees 1, 2,35 Assemblies 2. JAMES .I. SIIONAK 182 North Main Street East Longmeadow Technical S.A. l,253. JOHN SHONAK 12 Mystic Street College Preparatory S.A. 152535 Soccer 25 Swimming 1,25 Junior Achievement 1,25 D a n c e Committees 3. WALTER SIDDALL 10 Somerset Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3. JAMES SKALA 53 Keith Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Rep. 15 Foot- ball 25 S.A. Collector 1. LYNN DIANE SLATE 96 Dimmick Street College Preparatory S.A. 152535 G.A.A. 15 Majorette 2, 35 Band 2,35 Tech Tantrums 1,2,35 Black Cat 25 Science Fair 25 Dra- matic Club 35 Tech Gibs 35 Dance Committees 2535 Assemblies 2,3. WILLIAM SLOBODA 62 Sylvester Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3. DAVID SMITH 35 Meredith Street College Preparatory S.A.-1,2,35 Student Patrol 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,25 Lunchroom Patrol 35 Junior Achievement 1525 Assemblies 1. LINDA SMITH 216 Chestnut Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1, 25 Usherette 2: Black Cat Fiesta 2, 3: Science Fair 1.35 Sr. Hat Com- mittee 35 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Chairman 25 Tech News 1,25 Office Aide 1,2. THOMAS SORELL 175 Quincy Street Technical S.A. 35 Soccer 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Swimming 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 15 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Lunch- room Worker 2,3. CHARLES SOTIEOPOULOS 69 Carew Terrace Technical S.A. 2,35 Swimming 1,25 Band 1,2, 35 Swingsters 25 Western Mass. Music Festival 1,35 Tech Tantrums 2.35 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Dance Committees 2.35 Assemblies 3. WILLLAM SPEZESKI 16 Cameron Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 S.A. Board 35 Band 152, 35 Band Office, President 35 Swing- sters 2,35 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Western Mass. Music Festival 15 Tech Tantrums 2,35 Black Cat Fi- esta 2,35 Science Fair 15 Pro Mer- ito 1,2,35 Student Patrol 25 Dance Committees 2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Mu Alpha Theta Math Club 35 Color Guard 2,3. NANCY SPRATT 48 Kensington Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Spring C o n c e rt 2,35 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Graduation Cho- rus 2.3: Christmas Concert 2,35 Tech Nisimaha 15 Assemblies 2,3. JAMES G. STACY 375 Mountain Road Wilbraham Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Visual Committees 35 Stage Crew 1. Aids 15 Dance RICHARD STACY Crestwood Lane Hampden Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross tive 2. Representa- BETTY ST. AMAND 130 Darling Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 152,35 Chorale 1,2,35 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Science Fair 1535 Future Nur- ses Club 1,2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Office Aide 1,35 Tech Tantrums 2,3. WILLIAM ST. ANGELO 99 Kingsley Street Technical S.A.1,35 Boys' Chorus 3. ALBERTA STARKS 21 Loring Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Squad Lead- er 1,25 Tech Tantrums 25 Future Nurses' Club 1,25 Assemblies 2. RICHARD STEPANION 35 Blunt Road Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Representa- tive 15 Boys' Chorus 3. EDWARD STERNOWSKI 37 Welland Road Indian Orchard College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Football 15 Swimming 25 Golf 2,3. GEORGE STEVENS 403 Parker Street East Longmeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Boys, Chorus 35 Gradu- ation Chorus 35 Science Fair 35 Boys' Octet 3. JEAN STEWART 81 Gold Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Otticer 152, Trea- surer5 Student Council 1,25 Class Council 1,25 G.A.A. 1.25 Pep Squad 1.2,3: Tech Tantrums 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 1,2,35 Science Fair 2,35 Photography Club 15 French Club 3: Banner Committee 2,35 chair- man: D a n c e Committees 1,2,35 Yearbook Collector 35 Office Aide 1,2. KENNETH STIBOLT 111 Harrow Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Crew 15 manager5 Sci- ence Fair 35 Pro Merito 2,35 Engi- neering Club 3: Dance Committees 3: Mu Alpha Theta Math Club 3. LEO ST, JACQUES 512 Chestnut Street Technical S.A. 1.2.35 Corridor Patrol 3. SUSAN STOKOWSKI 60 Willard Drive Hazardville, Conn. Technical S.A, 1.2,3: Pep Squad Tech Tan- trums 2: Rifle Club 35 S.A. Collec- tor 1.2,3. JOANNE STOLTE 204 Roosevelt Avenue College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 Class Council 15 G.A.A. 1: Playdays 1: Pep Squad 1,2,35 Squad Leader 15 Usherette 25 Tech- nicadc 1: Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Pro Merito 35 Constitution Committee 35 Dramat- ic Club 1,25 Dance Committees 1, 2.35 Chairman 25 Assemblies 1,2,35 Tcch Tiger 2,35 Layout Editor 35 Yearbook Collector 15 Office Aide 25 Radiation Club 25 Mu Alpha Theta Math Club 3: Outstanding Junior Girl Award 2. JOAN IC. STRANDBERG G5 Fairview Street East Lontimeadow College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Squad 1,25 Spring Concert 1,25 Chorale 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Graduation Chorus 1,21 Christmas Concert 1,25 Dance Committees 1,2,35 Co-Chair- man 25 Assemblies 1,2,3. FRANCIS SULLIVAN 718 Plumtrce Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Chess Club 15 Tech Tiger Business Staff 2. JAMES SULLIVAN 61 Grover Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 15 Cor- ridor Patrol 25 Dance Committees 2. JOHN SULLIVAN 130 Seymour Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,3, RAMONA SWEENEY 17 Laurel Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Pep Squad 15 Spring Concert 1,2,35 Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Graduation Chorus 1,2,35 Christ- mas Concert 1,2,35 Assemblies 1, 2,3. STEPHEN SWIATEK 616 Stony Hill Road Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,3. STACIA SZCZEBAK 2000 Boston Road North Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1.35 Pep Squad 1,25 Cheerleader 35 Spring Concert 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Graduation Cho- rus 3: Tech Tantrums 35 City Nisi- maha 35 Constitution Committee 15 Dance Committees 35 Assemblies 2,35 S.A. Collector 2. MATTHEW SZCZEPANEK 191 Maynard Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 1,25 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Black Cat Fiesta 1,2,35 Science Fair 1,25 3: Tech Hi-Y 1,2,35 Engineering Club 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 1,25 Dance Committees 1.2,3: Sr. Hat Collector 25 Yearbook Collector 1,3. ROBERT E. TALEVI 405 Armory Street Technical S.A. 1.2,3: Black Cat Fiesta 1.25 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Anglers' Club 1,25 SA. Collector 1. JOANNE TAROZZI 21 Glen Drive Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 25 Squad Leader 25 Black Cat Fiesta 25 Dance Committees 3: Hostess. RICHARD TAROZZI 21 Glenn Drive College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Football 2,35 Hockey 1. STUART TAYLOR 46 Rockland Street Technical S.A. 1.2.3, Golf 1. toloi tiuaid 1, Student Patrol 2,35 Lieutenant 35 Corridor Patrol 11 Lunchroom Patrol 2,31 Dance Committees 3. BRUCE TEREN 17 Woodside Terrace Technical S.A. 1,2,3: Crew 23 Rifle Club 1. ERVIN TESSIER 28 Glenham Street Technical S.A. 2,3. ROBERT THOMAS 94 Edgewood Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 25 Pro Merito 25 Visual Aids 15 Student Patrol 2,35 Lunchroom Patrol 2. CARL THORMEYER 128 Hadley Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Class Council 25 Black Cat Fiesta 2,35 Science Fair 1,35 Chess Club 35 Debating Club 1,2,35 Parliamentarian 35 D a n c e Com- mittees 2,35 Sr. Hat Collector 2,3. WILLIAM THURLOW Bruuer Road Wilbraham College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Spring Concert 1,25 Boys' Chorus 1,25 Graduation 1,25 Assemblies 152. MARILYN TIFT 65 Mildred Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 25 Pep Squad 15 Playdays 25 Spring C o n c e rt 35 Girls' Chorus 3: Graduation Cho- rus 3: Christmas Concert 35 As- semblies 3. CAROLE TORTARIELLO 132 Orange Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1. THOMAS R. TORTORIELLO 294 Chapin Terrace Technical S.A. 1.2.35 Football 35 Soccer 25 Track 1.2,3: Tech Tantrums 2,35 Dance Committees 35 S.A. Collec- tor 2,3. THOMAS TRACY 298 Amerose Street College Preparatory S.A. 1.2,3: Basketball 15 Science Fair 3: French Club 3: Corridor Patrol 2. EDWARD TREPANIES 62 Windron Street Technical Red Cross Banner 2.3. GEORGE TRUDEAU 37 Fairway Drive Technical S -X l " 3 A.. . ..., . BEVERLY TRUSKEY 3-1 Orchard Street College Preparatory 5--N 15.13.31 Pep Squad 1.2,3: Black Cat Fiesta 35 Future Nurses' Club 3: Office Aide 2.3. WILLIAM TWINING 97 G arvcy Drive Technical Red Cross Representative 3' R ' Club 15 Chess Club 3: Juiiioifngq glll0VC'l110f1l 13.31 Dance Committees DAVID TYBURSKI 83 Wait Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Dance Committees 3. DIANE VACIRCA 147 Belmont Avenue Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,25 Spring Concert 2,35 Chorale 35 Girls' Cho- rus 25 Graduation Chorus 2,35 As- semblies 1,25 Christmas Concert 2, 3. WILLIAM VAN DERZEE, JR. 114 Cambridge Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Manager 1,25 Visual Aids 15 Corridor Patrol 1,25 S.A. Collector 1. MARCO VALENTI 69 Strong Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Football 25 Baseball 1,3. PHILIP VAN TASSEL 43 Irene Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Stage Crew 3. .IOIIN VECCIIIARELLI 16 Lynwood Terrace Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Dance Committees 2,3. LAWRENCE VIRGINIAK 124 Woodmont Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 1,2,35 D anc e Committees 1. RICHARD WALKER 55 Hobson Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Corridor Patrol 2. NORMAN WALLACE 1075 Monsanto Avenue Indian Orchard S.A. 152,35 Dance Committees 3. DOUGLAS G. WALSH 83 Grover Street Technical S.A. I,2,35 Rifle Club 2,3. CYNTIIIA WARD 28 Gillette Circle College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,35 Squad Leader 15 Usherette 2: Tech Tan- trums 15 Science Fair 1,25 Pro Merito 1,2,35 Future Nurses, Club 2,35 President 25 Junior Achieve- ment 35 Vice-President 35 Dance Committees 2,35 Assemblies 1,2,35 Tech News 1,35 Mu Alpha Theta 3. FRANK D. WATSON 28 Rush Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Spring Concert 15 Cho- rale 15 Corridor Patrol 25 Assem- blies 35 Red Cross Banner 2,3. DONNA WEATHERBEE 732 Allen Street College Preparatory S.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 35 Tech Tantrums 35 Science Fair 2,35 Future Nurses' Club 35 D a n c e Committees 35 Office Aide 3. ROBl'llt'l' WEEKS 74 Linden Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Tech Tiger 2,3. ANN WEFERLING 91 Prospect Street East Longmeadow S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad 1,25 Squad Leader 15 Spring Con- cert 35 Chorale 35 Graduation Cho- rus 35 Christmas Concert 35 Sr. Hat Committee 35 Dance Commit- tees 1,2,35 Assemblies 2,3. W. DOUGLAS WELCH 359 Nottingham Street Technical S.A. 1,2535 Dance Committees 253. REYNOLD W. WELLS 23 Old Lane Road College Preparatory S.A. I,2,35 Class Council 2,35 Bowl- ing 35 Golf 1.2.31 Science Fair 3: Pro Merito 35 Physics Club 32 Ri- fle Club 35 Engineering Club 25 Corridor Patrol 15 Dance Commit- tees 35 Sr. Hat Collector 2. PAUL WESTBCRG 493 Boston Road Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Black Cat Fiesta 1,25 Red Cross Banner 2,35 Sr. Hat Collector 35 Yearbook Collector 3. PETER WIERCIAK 94 Clydesdale Lane Technical S.A. I,2,35 Engineering Club I5 Corridor Patrol 1,25 J u n i o r A- chievement 25 Tech News 25 Tech Tiger 2. JUDITH WILLIAMS 37 Dana Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 25 Tech Tan- trums 35 Dramatic Club 25 Jun- ior Achievement 3g Sr. Ilat Collec- tor 3. ROSARY A. Wllllilllt 89 lVliddle Street College l'i'eparntory S.A. I,2,35 Dramatic Club 125 Rifle Club 35 Sr. llat Committee 35 Of- fice Aide 2. ELIZABETH WOJNAR 469 Walnut Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Squad I,2,35 City Nisimaha 15 Dance Committees 1. NICHOLAS WOLCHECK 228 Windemere Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Rifle Club 2,35 Dance Committees 35 Judo Club 1,2,3. OLGA WOLOSHCHUK 20 Vinton Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Pep Squad 2,35 Girls' Chorus 35 Science Fair 1,2,35 Jun- ior Achievement 35 Girls' State 1. BRl'CI-I YIfIl,lNEK 123 Kensington Avenue College Preparatory - q., Q --,-t. 1. .5 b.A. l.-,.l, hull ..,.i, lin dltlllll l. 2,32 Dance Committees 31 S.A. Col- lector 3. ROBERT A. YOUNG 12 Greenacre Square College Preparatory S.A. 1.2.35 Black Cat Fiesta 1,2,3: Pro Merito 1,2,35 Science Fair 3: Visual Aids 1,25 Physics Club 1,35 Radio Club 1,35 Engineering Club 2,35 Dance Committees 1,2,3: As- semblies 1,2: Tech Tiger 2,35 Art Editor 35 Office Aide 1,25 Judo Club 2. RAYMOND ZAGRANSKI 98 Welland Road College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Golf 2,35 Swingstcrs 1, 35 Spring Concert 25 Western Mass. Music Festival 2,35 All-State Music Festival 2,35 Chorale 25 Tech Tan- trums 1,35 Science Fair 35 Physics Club 3. MICIIAICI. ZANOLLI 24 Tulsa Street Technical S.A. 1,2,3g llance Committees 35 Yearbook Collector 3. ltOBl'1R'l' ZICMISA 95 Alvin Street Technical S.A. t,2,35 Corridor Patrol I5 Dance Committees 3. DAVID ZOLLER 53 Garfield Street College Preparatory S.A. 1,2,35 Soccer 2,35 Swimming 25 Crew 1,2,35 Usher 2: Band 1,2,35 Vice-President 35 Swingsters 35 Western Mass, Music Festival 15 All-State Music Festival 2,35 Tech Tantrums 35 Mu Alpha Theta 35 Pro Merito 152,35 Dance Commit- tees 1,2,3. EDWARD ZORZI 530 White Street Technical S.A. 1,2,35 Science Fair 25 Corridor Patrol 15 Constitution Committee 15 Dance Committees 3. , -my-1,g'gYjn5 ,J+:? .lf , fri- .1 by, +g' " tx vu' - , Q ,t 5 "'Tf?4 '+ 'gl v f l'A ' ' -F,rM , . ' . 4- X' '-- ' 5 , Q . , t K' Z '2 a'Ei1Er'lg'Je 5' 5. q 1 n . ' k q- Yfiyzuavl.. 'si f it f "" - u .'K"F',f,',, s"' ' ' t--ff? ,' Dio" ' Vi.. 'SQYi. " 1 'A I Q' x ,,,' ' 'f 1-, an gf Ae: . ' hx w Q' wwf - " . H H . 5 . ' xl 1 Q D 2 P, A 3 19. 1. .,: 5 '.- Q! - , -.1.- 5 sb J- L I -' 1 , ,.r'i1:,P"5k nf . ' s Q ll I .Y ' ' ..., 1 :"',f - Il ,q.,.,".-. :..,:-Hg, YY, 3 T:vxN.55.:,.. If We K.. sxix 'xx X N A QA ,S w ww , K 'x 1 N.x-'xv Q Y YN 'N Q - " w l""" xx HQ X 'T' Q. X ,xv- Y. X I CUSSBALLOT 1-. .-T. - - ' I' LN lk, :N ' ' f f ' 15 -N - . ,. - f I 111 Q: ' 1 ff iiT E x' X .V Q "Q Q Y gx 1 . N -- j ,I 4 S K' C PQ46pHECy - . fig' AWWA 'kfff vi, A x'VX'-"" O + H W .iiifijgiw I I WV1 N N-x p M N J Ev 5, A WwfQg ' W A 3455 ' fkf HL 60 ,, 6mN , iff ' K 'X 0 T553 ' QNX K N W NW MW -ww Wf1"' f,1 f".'f4'A,' XQU S , 1 xx X "Class Most Popular Boy ........ Most Popular Girl .......... Boy Most Likely to Succeed ...r Girl Most Likely to Succeed---- Handsomest Boy .,..u.r.. - Prettiest Girl A.,,..,..,,.. Class Apple Polisher - Boy--- Class Apple Polisher - Girl ..... Boy Out of Esquire ......... Girl Out of Vogue .... Class Comedian ..CC Class Comedienne .,CC Mr. Tech Spirit .... Miss Tech Spirit ..... Class Athlete - Boy ...C Class Athlete - Girl C.,. Biggest Wheel - Boy C... Biggest Wheel - Girl--- Shyest Girl ...CC...u Shyest Boy ..,CC. Class Couple CCC.. Class Wolf CC... Class Flirt .... Mr. Music ,...,,.... Miss Music ,,...c,..c.c Most Mischievous Boy--- Most Mischievious Girl ..C, of l960" Ballot ---Albert Boulerice ---- Camilla Conti --- Frank Podosek ------- Joan Burns ----Kenneth Konopka ----- Camilla Conti ------Ross Jones ----Linda Keating ---- Ralph Nowak ----Stacia Szczebak ---Albert Boulerice -----Jane Herrick ------ Fred Lewis ----Bonnie Castle - - ---- ------- F red Lewis ------- -- --- Jean Anderson Ross Jones - Robert Brayton ------------ Jean Stewart ----- ----Patricia Bowen ------------Richard Tarozzi ----Carol Adams and James Langone --------------.. Horst Fei --- -Jacqueline Williams -- --William Spezeski ---- ---- Linda Schechterle ---------Ronald Pettirossi -- -Frances Boduch - Jacqueline Williams Favorite Man Teacher ----- ---. . . --------- Dr. Thomas Candon Favorite Woman Teacher ---- ---- Miss Mary Shea Class Song -------- - ---- -------------True Love Class Rendezvous - - - - Ballot Committee Co-Chairmen: Margaret Lawler and James Duggan Janice Letcndrc Donna Hastings Rosalie Belden Donald Donahcd Patricia Foss Henry Hucttncr Nancy Kolycr Philip Scott Milton Filion Richard Tarozzi Eugene Lutz William Riley --A - Al Tarozzis Drive-ln Carl Tliormcycr Judith Barry .lolm Scrgentanis Bolwctlc Sclilatlcnliatillcn Three Year Honors W 2,2 QW ,ff A llfli 'IIS Xxx First row, left to right: David Erdman, Frank Podosek, Douglas McCowan, John Kaczmarski, Albert Boulerice, Milton Fillion. Second row, left to right: Donna Hastings, Cynthia Ward, Joan Burns, Sue Raleigh, Linda Schecterle, Helen Roberts, Janice Bowker, Jean Anderson, Linda Keating, Kristine Folstad, Rory Broderick, Joanne Stolte. Third row, left to right: Robert Young, John Piela, Gerald Kier, Lawrence Krasner, Bruce Yelenek, Robert Belcher, William Speczeski, William Roberts, Robert Brayton, Bruce Bonner, Reynold Wells, Fred Bates, Paul Ouelette, Rich- ard Kosinski, Kenneth Stibolt, Allan Blustine, Jonathan Gourlie, Charles Curto. Fourth row, left to right: Lawerence O'Connor, Warren Morse, David Zoller, Daniel Marceau. X X lx 'L 'f' B .sang 1 I ' K ks. 1 3 "?i1li2l'gi? .F S 1 1 -, :vw - 1 -1 , . 35? ,f.gf:'gS-fm is f 2 . ' ' -- ,flgrf--,Q ' . 1 :df -S ' ' fi-gl-A A . "il . , , ,, A f me 'Q' ., .. 'e -'ull 4 . fw- fs, -' ,e 4,i, - JR l , ,, 'Q' 4 4.55 ML u Q ' -1 . lx 1 Q F X 4 Y ,4'V. , 'Gee, 'our own beanies!" I 'l'm Just waltlng for my college b1ds!" A Kennel Club, and. . .CO-ED!" Seniors ,: i r"f. x . 1. ' ' ' xx- ' ' ' b 135-fi' . 54, 4 'Q- ,fd ' 1,,Hr 1 A 7 f Snoop Snaps 'This school sounds good - 'Football Beat-niks, Zi ,gi 4 X K km! N Af 2 if l' , r, , ' HR? , S gums' o i v, n um' Q f - , 1 we 1. ,. f', .1 ' '. u A Q3 v fkl.-L H ' Ama l T" " kv Snoop Snaps fechnically Speaking. . 'K .... seniors are altruistic, amic able, amorous, astute, authentic salient, intangihlc, acsthctic, cxot ic, forensic, agigrcssivc, sophis ticatc-rl, ostcntatious, vc-rsatilv, co hcrcnt, compatilmlc-, pcrcmptory clcmcnt, Convivival, stuclious, im pcc-cable, paramount, and utopian' "N-.Wa - gi.. "Putting them out to pasture." Well, our three years as Tech students are nearlv over. Soon we'll be marching down the aisle 'in our long robes and square hats, excitedly anticipating the moment when we can say: "We're Tech alumni!" Remember when we were freshmen? We had a swell crew of officers! Buddy Daneo was Presi- dent. Judy Barry was Yice-President, Linda Keating was Secretary. and Jean Stewart was Treasurer. What a bunch! Our first dance at Tech. Oriental Fantasy. was a real success. Re- member the Japanese Lanterns that transformed the gym into an oriental garden? During the Junior Year. Al Boulerice was President while the rest of our officers remained the same. Our fall dance. named Color Cascade. was decorated with a brilliant rainbow and a pot of gold. .xv Boulerice - President P' V 78 Q-K,.., I firm - . p Senior class advisors: left to rightg Mr. Curran, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Jackowski. John Sargentanis V Vice president "According to my calcula- tions .... " Printemps A Paris, our Junior Prom, was quite something. We even had a cafe there that night. This year with Al Boulerice again as President, John Sargentanis as Vice-President, Cami Conti as Secretary, and Ron Pettirossi as Treasurer, we had three dances. Autumn Leaves started the trio off with scarecrows and pumpkins invading our gym. Silver Skyline came next. We really turned into society people at that one! Who will ever forget our Senior Prom, the last of the trio? It ended off the year just right! Oh, oh! l have to leave now. The band is be- ginning to play "Pomp and Cireumstanee". Good luck, everyone! Cami Conti , Secretary Ron Pettirossi - Treasurer ' lft t ' ht: J H ' k, E 1 n Connor, Linda Alstrom, Nancy Herrick, Margaret Corliss. g?sIgK?T1I'lgQeROSCST Rimes, Dzhliieg llliiciqtlgfwan, vJeaii1es Sullivan, Dave Barrett, Michael Santos, John Piela, Charles Francis, Brian Hafey, Richard Calabrese, Albert Boulerice. iv' Q 'NJ- Vlk ., hiv Technically 51 G Z ... 3 Q6 Q Y xi, J Q FJ J. Speaking .... f"""' 1 c S " .... Whew! No more freshie jokes. Room 20. That's on the fourth floor. Th elevator? Turn left at the corner. No! I'm not sup- posed to be at Buckingham! Me? Afraid of my own shadow? Well, I guess the upper-c1assmen's barks are worse than their bites. They probably just arose on the wrong side of the bed, either that or they had a bee in their bonnets. Now we are the kind of people that blow the trumpets of their own praise. We can look sharp, just as well as the others, and be let alone to keep the cobwebs out of our eyes. Our mottos are 'live and learn' and 'make haste slowly'. Some of us feel that two heads are better than one, and that a little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men, Many of us joined the Tech band because, after all, music does have charms to soothe the savage 4 'W-., beast. This past year we really put our shoulders to the wheel, so we have come 10 look at Tech with affection beaming in one eye and calculation in the other. You know something? W e ' r e beginning to Evotndei' how we'11 look in our senior a s. !" f Room IOZ First row, left to right, Ron- ald Antaya, Ed Bourgoise, James Bell, Allen Butler, Paul Couzelis, Ralph Alban- ese, John Abdow, Mr. Bush- ey. second rowg P aul Be- turne, Fred Cosman, Ronald Berneche, R o b e r t Coston- guay, B e r n a r d Barbuti, George C 0 h e n . third row, Richard Bryskiewicz, B r a d Cohen, Rod Belanger, Brian Cormier, Andrew B u t l e r . fourth row, William Ander- son, Dennis Collins, Albert Bonivita, Paul Baclowski, Art Collier. fifth row, Kenneth Ames, Alex Cardone, John Corcoran, T o rn Bradowski, Steven Baezynski, Art Cor- mier. sixth rowg W i ll i a m Ashton. Room IO7 First row, left to right, Ralph Draper, John Cullen, Richard Calcasola, W a y n e Butler, C a rl o s Cicchetti, Richard Crapser, Nick Goerge, Mr. Kalloch. Second row, Robert Cuncliffer, Walter Donner, Ray Desilets, Brian Cahail, Douglas Dinnie, Alan Cyr, Andrew Clapp. third row, Brian Daury, Richard Cham- pagne, Robert Gentile, Den- nis Buckley, John Davis, Roy Cannon. fourth row, Donald Cummings, D a V i d Corbett, Jerry Crowley, David Dewar, David Cavers. fifth row, Gor- den Dodge, Alan Dole, Larry Carnes, Francis Cavanaugh, Chuck Sielda, Douglas Dal- ton, Carl Ekengren. Room II6 First row, left to rightg John Hurley, Richard L a r n e d , James Kellogg, Carey Har- mon, Joseph Grabon, James Hinson, Mr. Butler. second row, Mitchell Khtikian, Don- ald LaFountain, S t a n l e y Lasher, Robert Heider, Rich- ard Hickson, David Grogan. third row, Stanley Lachtara, Fred Linneman, James Has- lem, Fred Kowalski, Wayne Hallett. fourth row, Michael Lawler, Daniel Hayes, Paul Gorman, Donald Haynes, Mi- chael Ligarski, Ric h a r d Keane, Michael L e M a y, Wayne Hoarse. if, LK t w 'l .............-.a......w,......,.........,c....., K , i 1 i i it - ,..,.,f+ -,,. L... cs. 'u"'l,o' -1 ,, - -ff .J AK fi---"Z -. ..--"""0Aw 1 -1 - rr Q 61134-... , V -4' , , it ' ' 'I debit' Q Z 'Wil iw Q 1 ' " . . .. W X , p , . - , . 5 -GNN., . - Q, -V A ' I " F X- 1 - ' avif ' , ' '-4 ' H ' g A .. , - ' .,1'1:z ,z'si? .. : I 1- ,s - o 2 W :rf ni, f 1- V. s at 9 1' l7E3'l"P'1Zl v Z1 - . . . .,..Q1 4 U wus, 1, ' .f., ' ' 1 H ' 9 ff ' J 'I U L, , .i - 'O' -v ,, .,,-,, . f- , fir- Qs , . 7fj',L,,. , ,., '43 , Room 207 First row: left to right, Nor- man Resnick, Donald Ma- noni, John Rahaim, John Pe- telle, James Maiolo, Richard Page, John Moriarty, Mr. Jackowski. Second row: Ed- ward Moulton, James Noon- an, Vincent Fione, Tuvieddo Pelloso, Sandro Mandolini, Raymond Mansur. Third row: Gary Millett, Hugh Long- more, Stanley Liszka, Don- ald Marcheson, James Pha- neuf. Fourth row: James Mc- Cormack, Richard Monson, Richard Marini, Roger Re- millard, John Muia. Fifth row: Richard Obrycki, Rob- ert Phoenix, Paul Mason, Bryan Olson. Sixth row: Colin Morin, Richard Mackey, Alan Moulton. Room 209 First row: left to right, Paul Brown, Robert Deralcau, Jo- seph Ashline, John Bartoluc- ci, Timothy Begley, Ronald Reed, James Boggs, Paul Ca- taldo. Second row: William Cloutier, James Crowley, Robert Antays, Anthony Bra- ica, Michael Driscoll, Rodney Dawson, Francis Bruno. Third row: Levi Brown, J. Sherwood Barnes, Kevin Boy- ce, Earl Beach, James Cum- mings, Harold Dowler, Rob- ert Donaldson. Fourth row: James Brown, Francis Daig- neault, Malcomn Beaulie, Richard Assad, Bertram Bry- ant, Frederick Chapman. Fifth row: Louis Colltte, Jo- seph Del Pozzo. Teacher, Ruth C. Grady. Room QID First row: left to right, Lynn House, David Labine, Rich- ard Hodge, Charles Hogan, Stephen Foster, John Fisher, Michael Jarvis. Second row: William K elle y , William Glenn, Edward Kelly, James Kelleher, David Gladden, Francis Fleming, Robert He- bert. Third row: Richard Keeras, Leon Houston, Shaun Fitzgerald, Richard Griffin, John La Fleur, Lawrence Fle- botte, George Gagliardo, Richard Grisbue, Wilfred Goneau. Fourth row: John Kumeiga, Michael Konoity, Roger Gumlaw, Charles Grif- fin, Thomas Kelley, William Hackett, Roland Everitt, Keith Gross. Room II FIRST ROW, left to right: Ina Kovaleu. Diane Giordano, Sharleen La Belle. Virginia Waide, Dianne Marsh, San- dra Jaworski, Dolores Guer- tin: SECOND ROW: Carolyn Murphy. Joan O'Neil, Lynda Kretschmar. Janet Menzel, Carol Koseiw. Tina Garber. Barbara Mosio. Miss Hilliker. THIRD ROW: Jane Hunter, Bonnie Mulak. B a r b a r a Kearns. Constance Kari, Sue La Belle. Linda Gulbrand- son. FOURTH ROW: Donna Herzog. Jacqueline Hellyar, Barbara Cocehi. Barbara Greenwood. E l l e n Oettlin, Harriett Gress. FIFTH ROW: Marjorie Malinowski. Diane Mela-nder, Angela Kafantaris, Iliatricia Haas. Sandra Mac- av. Room 2I4 FIRST ROW, left to right: James McLellan, William O'- Neil, Jay Mitchell, Joeseph Lander, Roger LaPointe, Jo- seph La'Yoie, J a m e s Mc- Whorter, Gary Martin. SEC- OND ROW: Ronald Macau- ley, Robert Milbier, Jo hn Langone, Charles Martin, Da- vid Monette, John Laczek, P e t e r Malkasian, Maliom MacDonald. THIRD R O W : Douglas Mayer, George Lock- wood, Joseph Lak, Alan Mal- conian, Daniel McNaughton, Winfred Merryman. FOURTH ROW: William Miller, Thom- as McLean, James McLoyd. Room I9 FIRST ROW, left to right: Myron Smith, Michael Rivers, Robert Rousseau, D a vid Smith, B r i a n Thompson, Jerry Shea, Robert Ziemian, William Wilson. THIRD ROW: Phillip Tetreault, Ste- phon Simons, D o n a l d Wil- liams, Stanley Sierodzinski, John W h a I e n. FOURTH ROW: John Wright, Daniel Wesson, Stanley Tupek, Da- vid Withee, David Winton. FIFTH ROW: Richard Wil- liams, John Sullivan, James Selbolt, David Sexton, Russell Streeter. SIXTH ROW: Wil- liam Sullivan, Eugene Sene- eal, Glen Sanderson, Martin Rohan. ng. ? P F -M"""' bhp f' a Y E s. 9 N A ..- ,pf 5 ,zzz '54 t, ,f . .ey I ,-,,- .' v .M-v"' 'V' t UH ir- - i n I 9 .ala l t M, ' 5 . X is., X vi N, .Mt-' 1 f ' A , 4 i 1 i Q 3 'f , m p g 2? 'I f l Y tl y .., , .. . .. ,3 t Q arid, , tml 'f - 2 it 2 Q 'itzzassesszssifi ' 3 S V -,ff if Eiiiiiiiifiiffffw 1 v, f If , 1 KN a .wt MN i wi ' i , f , ag , I Room 224 First row: left to right: John Foster, Dan Fantoni, Maurice Fountaine, George Laurie, Robert Jones, Clifton Dtiguay, Richard Driseollg s e e o n d row: Gary Davidson, James Garvey, S t e v e n Trndel, George Dastolig third row: John Pinzone, Joe Furlani, Eddie Ellis, Bob DeBonee, Gerald Foley: fourth row: William Devlin, John De- eoteau, Bob Gancarz, R ay D'Anjun, fifth row: George DeBarge, Bruce Fitzgerald, J a m e s Flanagan, Edward Gazda, Wayne Cox: sixth row: Franeis Cavanaugh, Robert Fredette, Mr. Zahner. Room 2 6 First row: left to rightg Diane Jordan, D i a n e Lauriente, Shirley Aveyard, Jacqueline Knralt, Martiaret Gray, liar- bara Atkins, Patricia t'ard- anog second row: Linda Ilen- nett, Louise Hesse, I' a u l a Johnson, Caroline Learner, Ann Lewis, Mrs. Pryor, third row: J o a n Flynn, Roberta Alle n , Willene Hanberry, Margaret Farina, L o u i s e Grimaldi, back row, Beverly Bey, Sherrie Dieckmeyer. oom 27 First row, left to right: Judy Calberg, Linda Jeske, Pat English, Jackie Irrera, Jack- ie DeMarinis, Dianne Gibson, Mary Colesano, Miss Adamsg second row: Sylvia Baker, Beverly Hill, Barbara Gra- ham, Donna La Bonte, Con- nie Hebert, Pat Jakubezyk, Claudia Rosatig third row: Virginia Jusezyk, N a n c y Forbes, Deane Dyer, Mary Battle, Susie Mailloux, Carol Conant, Essie Brown. 85 Homeroom 22 First row. left to right, Frank Gioscia. Richard Hass, Joel Leavitt. Larry Gregory, Walter Guyer. Walter Hed- lund, Mr. Dunn. Second row: Ronald Lewis, Bernard Ham- ilton, Ed Haley, Daniel La- buda, Thomas LeCuyer, John Jackson. David Lees. Third row, Bill Kushin, Steve Kit- rosser, Alan Leiper, Richard Kleet. William Hines. James Ruane, Fred Grimaldi. Four- th row: Steve Lemanis, John Harty, George Kitbride, John Harty. Thomas Hunter. Jo- seph Giannetti, Robert Wilkn. Fifth row: Andy Grimaldi, Ray Lewis, Dennis Kerbawy, Robert Ghareeb. Fred Gei- ger. Sixth row: Albert Bona- vita, George Glareeb. Homeroom 302 First row. left to rightg Kathy Corliss, Pat Daly, Linda Carl- s o n , Margaret Dabrowski, Evelyn Doolitle, Margaret Beverly, Carol Beaver, Caro- lyn Dowler. Second row: Les- lie Bryant, D i a n e Barker, Judy Danton. Rae Dooley, Connie Dynak, Betty Flath- ers. Mr. Comer. Third row: Mary Lou Dragone, Dorothy Dinnie, Sue Bishop. Nancy Collins, Barbara Walczak. Fourth row: Elaine Bailey, Gail Fitzgerald, Gail Berte, Margaret C z a j a , Dorothy Fiske. Jean Case, Sonia Do- brzycki. Carol Blood. Fifth row, Sally Bonelli, Carol Cap- ron. Susan Bonelli, Bonnie Clark. Homeroom 306 First row, left to right, Louis Megliola, Lawrence Lo n g , John McCarthy, John Lyons, Richard Melikian, George Mortimer, Robert Meserve. Robert McEllyot. S e c o n d row, John B. Long, Roy Mi- chaels, Joe Mellen, Robert Moriarty, Robert Menard, Robert McCarthy, Mr. Ro- mano. Third row, Lawrence Morrison, Richard Monat, John Manning, Richard Lyn- ch, Thomas Lynch. Fourth row, Jomes Long, .Iohn Jo- seph Long, Vincent Lovett, Thomas Mclneincy, Edward Moriarty, Alex Miclnikowski, Richard Mllcskkie. lfg I I I i, :l .,9Y L ii: "W -Q lnan 1 SEBI!! -. .. -ll WH' I i v--. 'Q' . at ' PM .fbi 22- x :ass 1.- 1 W '- '?. "g'w-...SMR X -.4 ct, ,sq R5 -aa S R- , no txfgfz - PG- 1 - ' 'if ,it YQ'A ,. , M l LA a l 76. x Mawr, aww-M ffmrmm: f ,, M Dfw Room 309 First row: lcft to rightg Rich Policloro, John Scars, Tlioingis Rnsscll, Lcc Rohhins, Klan- ricc H'Coinior, Rohcrt Rich. Charles Noclg sccontl row: David Nasser, Norinzin Mn- rcau, Augustus Nircrs. Stain- lcy Piccnch, Phillip Rxiccttc. Mr. Cni'rzin1 third row: Wil- liam Richards, .lohn Rini'- dan, Anthony Potito. Richard Scalanclcr, .Iohn Quinn. Room I First row: lclt to riiqhtg An- thony Nnnnzilly, Russ Suni- my, Ron Provost, Dan Nick- ctt, Rziy Poole, Don l':ii'cnt, Ken tllscn, Rollcrt l'cckg scc- onrl row: Leo Ricnrlcaiii, Iicr- nic Sziillcr, llcnry l'ci4ci'ai'o, Don U't'onnor, Rich Ullmrycli, Ray l'hanc-tif, Mr. lhisinig third row: Kcn Rohcrts, Pat Ncylon, Carl Rourhclctti, Ron Peterson, Dan Rowland, Ray Parson, Dave Mosher, Dick Panaiag fourth row: .loc San- tinello, Pete Lock, Tim Renn, Dick Poinier, Bruce Person. Room 3I3 First row: left to rightg Doro- thy Strogopeti, Carol Talia- ferro, Joyce Stannard, Dale White, Ann Sullivan, June Soloman, Jacqueline Skalag second rowg Patricia Rich- ardson, Betty Thomas, Lau- rellen Smith, Joan Petrick, Adele Rendowskig third row: Diane Ritchie, Barbra Wes- sel, Sandra Rowland, Mr. Mark. 87 Homeroom 3l4 FIRST ROW, left to right: Elizabeth Szarek, Cristine Pomper. Janet Palpini, Joan Jablonski, Janice Trembley, Sally Sheperdson, Linda Tha- yer, Joan Zucco, Mary Paige. SECOND ROW: Carole Par- sons, Nancy Phinney, Shir- ley Schoppe, Linda Robinson, Jo Ann Plasse. Claire Rey- nolds. C a t h 1 e e n Soucy. THIRD ROW: Susan Sorn- borger, Carolyn Loveland, Christine Ward. Sandra St. Germaine, Lovell Sickman. Helen Slomski. Miss Anna L. Shea, Gail Richter. FOURTH ROW: Christine Shylo, Nancy Phinney. Homeroom 3I5 FIRST ROW. left to right: Alex Wineynger. Mike Siano. Mike Sullivan. BI a u r i c e Tromblav. G e o r gf e Trem- bley, Larry Walker. SECOND ROW: Don Seidell. Robert Sullivan. Dennis Smith. Gor- don Tarozzi. John Skola. Mr. Pieterse. THIRD ROW: Rich- ard Zink. Joe Simone, Bill Seeley. George Yassil. Rich- ard Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Ken Shea. Richard Vaughn. Wayne Simmons. Joe Thom- as. Ernest Skxvisz. FIFTH ROW: David Trembley, Rene Trudel, Leroy Williams. John Supinski. Room 3l5 FRONT ROW, left to right: Daivitl Yeelevelll, John TraC5'. Paul Tierney, Richard Tha- yer, Curtis Shaird. Paul Twa- roe. Ted Stanek. SECOND ROW: Roclerie Strieker. Er- win Tietze. THIRD RO W: Paul Teti'eanlt. Leslie Slater. .lolin Gruneh, Thomas Shar- key. Nlzireello Stieea, O. L. llnllin. FOFRTII ROW: Peter Zailioila, .-Xndrexv Theodoro- honlos, RQIYIIIOIILI Sears, Yin- eent Seortlino. Kenneth Sib- ley. FIFTII ROW: George Stevens, Daniel Soehai. Stan- ley Williams. SIXTH ROW: Nliehaiel Wrisley. Peter Skin- ner, Claton Sibley. 4--.-.-.-i..- ff. s o f -164. ,l2 'i, iw. Milli! I A-I ,N :J li Q.-if Room 326 First row, left to right: Don Bacchiocehi, Ray Bcyivino Charles Anas, Gary Arndt Doug Brothers, Bruce Bau man, Al Browng second row Don Bator, Lee Nichols, Neil Bisson, James Baldyga, Rich ard Belcher, Stephen Blank stein, Mr. Dooley: third row: Neil Bergstrom, Paul Bren nan, Don Blais, Hubert Bon- neau, Gerald Auth, fourth row: Laurence Brundrett Don Appleton, Bruce Baird: fifth row: Bob Armata, Rod Almeida, Ed Rcmond, Ken Waltmirc: sixth row: Dave Bates, Richard Bator. Room 320 First row, left to right: Mari- lyn Rzaso, Virginia Sanders, Diane Sherman, lllarigaret Wallace, lillen Teed, Jacquel- ine Rowe, Diane Tanen, Do- lores Schmiiekg second row: Mary Sullivan, Darrell Mor- an, Lee Bartlett, Sharon Lyn- ch, Norma Whitehead, Doro- thy Ransom, Linda Margolis' third r ow: Doreen Misco Carol Rohhins, Noreen Mosig v v v Suzanne Towne: fourth row' Mrs. snnnnnn, Miss Miller.. 4 J , ,154 1 1,1 , . 1: an ,V -new it lu, I I ,. A 4 ' ' ,,,, if-F4 Y Q.,-1, ,1 J eva 1 V " 'I Q ' , ' ' , Rf .Q We ,,',, , ' - W G , , . , ,Y ts Q K .Q :X af 1 1 ,' la K I 3 Ef f ry! ., 4. . .- K A, - , Q Y .-v , 3 . if-, 1. M hr W i f ,-Gill, v '54 ,Q el Q Y 9. C QQ 1 , Rx K i. K A I JU! '7 Seated, left to right: John Hadenchuck, Mrs. Brazeau, Linda Dickey, William Green, Standing, left to right: James Brown, Edward Broska, George Agnos, Clark Rainey, David Schogel, Charles Van Zant, Richard Pilon, Edwin Enoch. Post-Graduates 1 ., . 3 rn' 3' '41'if.f'Ihx-iff-ef' ,Q My -iv 1'- 'ff " ' xi e!! P ' N ,F,jm',N-,.,'J,f'.!f P Miss Ruth Grady, Miss Marion Ilour, Mr. David Lawrence. Junior gxfilw 'T' Junior Class President, Ray Bevivino 'mf Junior Class Secretary, Linda Thayer We have now spent two exhilarating and success- ful years at Tech. Getting us off to a good start were our able class officers: Ray Bevivino, president, Randy Adams, vice-president, Linda Thayer, secretary, and Lynda Kretschmar, treasurer. Shortly after the election, the class council was organized, and shortly thereafter, the constitution committee established our class con- stitution. The big event of the year was our first in- formal dance, "Hawaiian Holiday". Late in the spring, the election of officers for the following year was held. Remaining on the slate were Ray Bevivino, and Linda Thayer, president and secretary respectively. New on the slate were Kathy Corliss, and Fred Kowalski, treas- urer and vice-president respectively. Log ,iq UN Junior Class Vice-President, Fred Kowalski Junior Class Treasurer Kathy Corliss Our active class was not to stop there, though, for no sooner did we get back to classes in the fall, when we appointed our ring committee, which selected a new class ring. 'falypso Chaos". our junior informal dance, was held late in November, The class banner and colors were selected early in the new year. Bringing our second year to a close, we danced to the delightful music played at our junior prom. Last, but indeed not least, we owe a good deal of our success to our class advisors, Miss Grady, Dr. Candon, Mr. Dooley, Mr. Lawerence, Miss Carlson, and Miss Hoar. S . 5 ,,,,,,,.,, ...,. Junior Class Council Left to right, standing, Ray Bevivino, Richard Panaia, William liushin, Bill Hackett, James Brown, Alexan- der Mielnikowski, Don Blais, Diane Melander, Doug Mayer, Tom Sharkey, George Destoli, Michael Lawler, Ken Shea, Paul Couzelis, Norman Resnick. Seated left to right, Diane Lauriente, Jackie DeMarinis. Seated left to right, Linda Margolis, Linda Thayer, Sue Bonelli, Carole Taliaferro. sy' 0 x A an Technically W il 2 J a W X 'iff f BB JF' Q. wi? . f . 1 .Aki J I , A we -. ' xaw' 'an O 0 O O " .... remember your first im- pression of Tech? Was it of a big easy-to-get-lost-in building? Per- haps it was of hard teachers and seemingly mean upperclassmen. Many of us had the first day jitters. wondering what was going to be expected of us that first grueling day. To add to our woes we had forgetfullness. Oh, well, everyone forgets his lunch sometimes. Those "ferocious" upperclass- men told you that 202 was on the fourth floor. Did you try to take the elevator up? Wasn't the luneha room crowded the first day? Some of the mix-up was your own fault, wasn't it?a Remember that melted chocolate that was in your slide rule ease because you left a candy bar in there? And the bread in your gravy!! All the fun, too ! Freshmen Dance, S.A. Drive, Black Cat, Tan- trums, sports, and first elections. It's all over. Raise your chin a little. You're a Junior now! .... " D Mhgy Mm . my oom I0 First row: left to rightg Da- vid Bennett, Charles Christ- ensen, Robert Boyer, Thomas Charest, Van Alexander, Rob- ert Dionne, Randell Stewart, Henry Boucher. Second row: Jerald Griffin, Charles Fitch, James Cavanaugh, D a v i d DesRosier, Robert Belniak, Joseph Downey, Leo Fasser, Mr. C. W. Powars. Third row: Robert Debasitis, Rob- ert B-urt, David Dorsey, Francis Bamber, Kenneth Erickson, Thomas Grimaldi, Fourth row: Richard Flynn, Lawerence Paige, William Driscoll, R o n a ld Brown, James Aubin, B r u c e Ed- wards, Brian Bishop. Room IOS First row: left to rig ht g C h a r l e s Creushaw, Dana Blood, Kenneth Belisle, Rob- ert Baraldi, Alden Blodgett, William Borecki, Rocco Cara- betta, Walter Bores. Second row: Dennis Bracci, William Casey, Jerome Burr, Michael Christopher, Henry Caston- quay, John Couzelis, Donald Campfield, Bruce Bisi. Mr. Haynes. Third row: William Blakeslee, A l a n Brookses. James Bembenek, Michael Byrne. Fourth row: Norman Burt, Ernest Bailey, William Bates, Steven Bauss, Douglas Baillieul, D a v i d Krusell, Francis Byrnes, Gary Bar- ber, John Carr, Steven Boyd. Room II First row: left to rightg Rob- ert MeCrystal, Alfonso Park- er, Ja m e s Houle, F r e d James, Haig Mirigian, Mel- vin Kaleel, D a vid Marini, Richard Houghton. Second row: Michael Finn, Michael Pilazzi, Ralph Hamel, Wil- liam Newth, Lewis Jackson, Donald Kowalczyk, Miss Don- ovan. Third row: Richard Klepaeh, Robert Henderson, Turhan Parker, Donald Jacks Son, Eugene Jackson. Fourth row: Robert Manning, Arthur Hendricks, Robert Isabelle, Bruce Jacobs, Fifth row: An- thony Marlnacea, James Pa- rola, Joseph Maxwell, John Moore F 1 we f V A'fi,,L,'QEwI 6 1 1 gl, p ..,. Home-room II3 First Row: Left to right: John Bates, Raymond Buard, James Dennis, Richard Al- den, James Bresscn, Charles Andrews, Michael Corriveau, Malcolm Crowell, Sumner Barr. Second Row: William Ivester, P a ul Benis, John Bryant, Pail Allard, Ralph Brackley, Dino Carando, John Cherry. Third Row: Louis De Christopher, Ginze Brennan, Julio Calorin, Rob- ert Barnard, Paul Barkctt, Melvin Carroll. Fourth Row: Donald Breor, Dean Broder- ick, Rodney Amour, Robert Cook. Fifth Row: C h a rl e s Caldes, Nicholos Curto, Ken- neth Conley, Robert Cook. Homeroom QOI First Rowg left to right: Carole C li an n d l e r , Judith Arooth, Lois Arndt, Bonnie Foley, M a rt h a Anderson, Frances Buckley, Ethel Arm- strong, Dehoah Backus, Max- ine Gress. Row Two: Carolyn Fleury, Judith Buckley, Ma- deline Cooley, Carolyn Bou- tilier, Jacqueline C a n n o n , Irene Areiszewski, Miss Rose Lynch. Third Row: D i a n e Farr, Carolyn Anton, Carol Basmajian, N a n c y Brown Gail Drummond, Diane Clark. Row Four: Claire Allen, Mar- garet, Linda Goodrich, Le- anne Eldridge, Judith Che- chile, Marjorie Sutcliffe, Lin- da Clapp. Row Five: Linda Collins, Sherry Lee Demetres, Evelyn Babcock, Caron Ar- nold, Marion Brown. R 0 W Six : Charlotte Brundage, Cynthia Cheney, C y n t h i a Greenough, Marjorie Bonner. v Home-room 202 First Row, Left to Right: Sheila Johnson, Rosalie La- Riviere, Marilyn Le Blanc, Susan Linquist, D i a n a In- gram, Joan Keinath, G ale Kuhn, Carol Marge, Karen Johnson. Second Row: Carol Jean Lewis, Lorraine King, Susan Liberty, April Lamora, Judith Kieliszek, Barbara Leonard, Mary Szczebakes. Miss Roy. Third Row: Carol Hansen, Frances Mazza, Do- lores Holcomb, Mary Cargill, Susan Mac Carthy, Roberta Kerr. Fourth Row: Linda La- very, Jo Anne Kenyon, Jean Howard, Norma Howarth, Fifth Row: Meredith Longely, Jacqueline Mac Kay, Cath- leen Mahoney, Gail Mc Kin- ney, Nancy Jambro. Home-room 20 First row, left to right, Rob- ert Harlinski, Reginald Jack- son, Felice DiMichele, An- thony Fazio, Norman Fran- cis, Shelton Laster, Lee Fish- er, F r e d Hawley. Second rowg Edward Guyer, Arthur Gray, Richard Dunham, Dan- iel Heaty, A n g el o Fer- raro, William Donovan, An- thony DiNoia. Third ro wg Robert Hersey, E d w a r d Fredericks, Martin Gallag- her, Arthur Fisher, Freder- ick Hurst, William Gianfel- ice. Fourth row, Russell Gog- gin, Ronald Grassetti, Roger Dion, George Harnois, Dennis Doran. Teacher, Mrs. Heder- man. Homeroom 204A First row, left to right, An- drew Mikna, Alan Drinan, Mike Gentile, Larry D'Ama- tio, Bob Dragon, Stan Gau- dreau, Steve Forbush, Gary Fredrickson. S e c o n d row, Wayne Felton, Jim Dunlap, Ronald F r a s e r , Eugene George, David Ferrard, Tony Dedousis, F r a n Faulkner, Mr. Donovan. Third row, Da- vid DeBarger, Bob Darack, Richard Emerson, Tonie Des- rosiers, Richard Goehlert, Jerome Gagliarducci. Fourth rowg Arthur Hargraves, Roy Ellison, Francis Foley, Rich- ard Dennis, Charles Ericson. OTHEFOOI11 2043 First row, left to right, Gary Hachadourian, G a r y Jenni- son, Tom Hatcher, Don Hath- away, Bill Gorman, Henry Grace, Wayne Johnson, Bob Gravel, John Jablonski. Sec- ond rowg Dick Hawley, Vic- tor Kaylarian, Woody Jeffer- son, Jeff Hayes, Stan Jur- kowski, Bob Johnson, Rich- ard Holcomb, Mr. Vatousiou. Third row, Richard Hago- pian, Kenneth Gordon, Al- bert Hall, John Kalita, Ed- mond Isabelle, Everett Jaku- boski, Dan Hudzikicwicz. Fourth rowg Russell Johnson, John Henning, Tom Huse, Da- vid Hayward, Ronald John- son. Dick Hickey. 1 ,J fa' ME? im. ,I P' - 'rr f"'f.f:ann clip- mil A 1 ,T 'Y fo-YR " may ll R. X Hua l ,, .JM Homeroom I5 First row: left to right: San- dra Cuoco, Katreen Carter, Linda Oberlander, Judy Her- bert, Lula Cayode, Janice Al- bano, Ruth Brown, Beatrice Starks, Marilyn Stone, Nancy Breault, Barbara M e g i t, Carol Kasczmarzyk. Second row: Patricia Hosley, Kath- erine Kelley, Karen Soren- son, Holly Johnson, Barbara Glass, Carol Lee Galavotti, Cheryl Keevers, Shirley King, Mrs. Tabackman. Third row: Elain Watson, Ruby Young, Marva Sullivan, Janet Car- dinali, Karen Butler, Marilyn Circosta. Fourth row: San- dra Nelson, Bernadette Chris- tiana, Diana Short, Carol Saj, Cathy Lucewich. Homeroom 25 First row: left to right, Da- vid 0'Rcilly, Richard Mient- ka, Robert Kushner, Bernard Lorett, Ernest Manfcrdini, Ronald May, George 0'Con- ner, Alan Mowry. Second row: Raymond Ross, John McQuliffe, Richard Leopold, John Palletta, Rich Mayer, Michael Lawton, Ric h a r d MacC1ennan, Miss Hefner. Third row: Russell Maroon- ey, John Keyes, Laurence Knight, David Nicoli, Edward Nye, David Klimaj, James Moylan, Douglas May, James Keane, Paul Mullen. Homeroom 229 First row, left to right, Ar- thur Roberts, Michael Ruby, Tenry Rockwood, Ralph Sil- ver, Kenneth Scribner, John Petrie, James B. Robinson, Robert Parker, Dean San- gren. Second row: Edward Pepe, Andrew Scharmer, Da- vid Reed, Louis Scherpa, Joel Smith, Donald Palmer, Ronald Peretti, Joseph Reale. Third row: Richard P e c k , James A. Robinson, Wayne Robertson, William Peters, James Sheehan, Gary Pre- canico. Fourth row: Curtis Simpson, Joseph Petronina, Mr. Doane. 97 Room 30l Front Row: Left to right: Mi- chael Long, Gerald Leger, Jo- seph Manning, Stephen Mar- cus, Gary Lambert, William Mc Carthy, John Jordan. Sec- ond Row: Roy Lane, Robert Mack, Robert Lynch, Law- rence Malouin, Jerry Juzba, Donald Mahall, Arthur Lar- son, Michael Matthew, Fred- erick Martin, Mr. Case. Third Row: Clifford Lynch, Thomas Marco, William Pickering, Willie Jones, Robert Mc Car- thy, Paul Lapierre, John Kel- ley, Richard Krause. Room 307 Front Row, Left to right: Thomas Nicholson. John Sa- voy, Richard Rydell, Rae St. Armand, Harold Sackett, John Mac Donald, Clyde Reed. Second Row: Herbert Northrup, Stephen Pierzcha- la, Clinton Remillard, Ed- ward Moraiarty, Walter Mc- Cormack. Francis Murphy, Philip Mantoni, Gordon Mur- phy, Peter Roueette. Third Row: Michael Regan, Wil- liam Rollins, John Mc Niff, Wendell Ricie, Joseph Peters, Robert Olson, William O'- Keefe. Room 303 First Rowg Left to right: .Ian- ice Ryder, Ann Nilson, Dale Randall, Sue Ovelette, Betsy Thorin, Diane Severyn, Su- san Rice, Margaret Wingard, Betsey Vescor, Barbara Sher- ry. Second Row: Nancy Nash, Marquerice Theocles, Anne Marie Topor, Elaine Siwinski, Sue Sanders, Mrs. Gibbons. Third Row: Viccorria Mic- chell, Julie Rubino. Barbara Poulice, Donna Wojcowski, Maureen 0'Mallcy, Pam Roebuck, Joanne Piella, San- dra Wieland. Fourth Row: Sharon Watts, Joanne Mullan, Roberca Moran, Judy Seibcrt, Christine Spczcski, Beverly Parent, Barbara Wolf. Fifth How: Karen Wilson, Din a Spacloni, Ann Muldrew, Eliz- abeth Yesikenas. Room IO Row one, left to right: James Zemba, Guy Prairie, N c il Pocai, Leslie Somers, .Jeffery Suss, Fred Ulise, Armand Renaud, Charles Peck, Sec- ond row: Damiano Stallone, G l e n n V a n Vallienburg, Charles Spencer, Roger Whit- ney, Paul Starosielski, Carl Williams, Mr. Hopkins. Third row: Norman Waterhouse, Edward Sanderson, Moril Therrien, A 1 v i n Robinson, Ronald Yacavone. Fourth row: Earl Soderstrom, Rob- ert Ross, C a rl Pastoreek, George Rettew, Thomas Sul- livan, Cesare Perla, Michael Stavrowlakis, Guy Prender- gast. Row five, Calvin Thom- as, William Scholtz, Room 3I3 First row: left to right, .lu- dith Guevin, Joyce Cormier, Nancy lVIezzeti, Judy Franci- amore, .Ioan Perry, Donna Montcssi. Second rowg Jer- rilynn Stoddard, Patricia Heathcote, Joanne Cocchi, Susan Coyle, Nancy Peets, Willie Pendleton, lVIrs. Gor- don. Third rowg Paulette Jodoin, Cathleen Swiggett, Sallie Jenkins, Sandra Jenk- ins, Joan Ayers. Fourth row, Carol Staninski, Linda Sand- fort, Phyllis Moriarty, Niki Mylonakis, Gertrude Blanch- ard. Fifth rowg Beverley Rat- nowski, Rosemary Malley. Room 3 5 First row, left to right, James Smith, Chester Sim- burski, Richard Wiegel, Ed- mund Taddey, Clyde Walb, Anthony Halladay, David Swearingen, Victor Toro, Gi- rard Vincent. Second row, Michael Connors, Kenneth Mcquade, Kenneth Tobin, Frank Stevens, Richard Zam- piceni, William McGoldrick, Bruce Winckel. Third row, Mark Villamaino, Barry Wrisley, Robert Sitek, Ronald Brassard, Charles Sherpa, Raymond Yarkey, Fou rth rowg Jorl Sanborn, Dennis Sullivan, George Shea, Wil- liam Scott, Norman Smith. Fifth row, Donald VanOr- man, Robert Veseau, Mr. Dolan. 99 Homeroom 3lU First row: seated: Left to right: R. Yacavone. N. Po- cai. A. Renaud. C. Peck, L. S o m e r s. E. Sanderson. G. Yan Yalkenburg. Second Row: G. Prairie. M. Staurow- lakis, F. Tjlise. C. Williams. J. Zemba. P. Starosielski, S. Sneider. E. Saderstrom. R. Whitney. J. Suss. B. Ross. Third Row: C. Thomas. A. Robinson. D. Stallone, N. Wa- terhouse. M. Therrien, W. Scholtz. C. Perla. Homeroom 229 First Rowg Left to right: Irene Perrault, Joyce Cor- mier, J u d y Frangiamore, Joan Perry, Donna Montessi, Susan Coyle, Patricia Heath- cote. Second Row: Jerrilyn Stoddard, J o a n n e Cocchi Carol Danio, Gail Newcombe Phyllis Moriarty, Willie Pen dleton. Third R 0 w : Sallie Jenkins, Cathleen Swigyett Paulette Jodoin, Deanna Du Bois, Niki Mylonakis, Gert rude Blanchard. Joan Ayers Mrs. Gordon. Fourth Row Mary Foley, Sandra Jenkins Row Five: Linda Standfort Judith Guevin, Beverly Rat nowsli, Rosemary M all e y Last Row: Mildred Baymon. Homeroom 325 First Row: R. Wcriicl. B Wrisley, E, Taddcy, R. Zam picenski, M. C a r ro 1 1, Smith, V, Toro, C. Simborski C. Walb. Second Row: Tobin, G. Vincent, M. Villa maino, R. Yarkey, Smith R. Vezcau, J. Sanborn, C. Sher a W. Scott R. Sitck p , . . W. Dolan. Last Row: J. Vere- my, D. Sullivan, G. Shea, D Van Ormari, D. Swearingen. G C5 .f guna! lam ', rs' N . -1, ur- 'is 3 . 5 Q S Homeroom 27 First row, left to right, Rich- ard Tourville, John Throwcr, Joseph Ustach, Wayne Spen- cer, J a m e s Stcrnowski, James Zollo, Louis Twinning. second row: Randy VanArs- dell, Neil Stilphen, William Wilson, Paul Wisiolek, Rich- ard Strange, Albert Vincent, Bernard Sullivan. third row, Robert T u r n e r , William Smith, Leonard Wright, Rob- ert Willis, David Wellette, Henry Swiecanski, D a v i d Vanderscoff, Donald Stickles, Mr. Snow. "It could be you." ag wang, i ' ' , ' I ? 0 7' A 2 l if vs ,. 4 - M ' Af 47- W1 . 2 1 Y I 4 ,ax n .wma . A' f f ,Q 5' 'if , -. ff X fn A ff i..-fu ,ff J fan: iw all 1 I 5 FZ E - S .fy JS t E 'ctw rf Seated: Donald Palmer. Jerome Gagliarducci. Standing Rocco Carabetta. Pat Hosley. N In September the 575 members of the Freshman class entered the realms of Tech. Although nevv to high halls. school. the class of 1962 did not vvait long to get started on their class activities. Late in November the class held their first election. Banners yvaved, voices rang. and posters decorated the The races vvere close but elected finally vvere Je- rome Gagliarducci. president: Donald Palmer. vice-pres- ident: Rocca Carrabetta. treasurer: and Patricia Hos- ley. secretary. Working along vvith these capable offi- cers yvere a group of teachers vvho had been appointed to act as advisors to the nevv class. These teachers vvere Miss Bartley. Mr. Dunn. Mr, Reid. Mrs. Fein. and Mr. A. Povvers. Acting as auditor for the class vvas Mr. Bushey. ln the spring the Freshmen held their class dance. The dance vv as a great success and vvill be remembered by many for years to come. The members of the class of 1962 also joined many teams. clubs and other extracurricular actiyities. Their presence vvas vvell received at all the games and rallies xv here their enthusiastic cheering led the crovvd. We are looking forvv ard to more to come from the Freshman class of 1962. Standing, left to rightg Bill Bore-cki, Donald Palmer. Bere CLASS ADYISORS Mr. nard Sullivan, Bill Scott, Richard Hickey. Nicholas Curio, Mr. Reid. Richard Wendel, David Nicoli, Ronald Grassetti, Jerome Gagliarducci, Melvin Kalccl, .loc Manning. Scatt-rl. lcft to right: Claire Allen. Margaret Wingarrl, Niki Nlylonakis. Marilyn Circosta. Gail Kukn. '-T,-:nl-li" YJDZAWT' - I ,V A 2 ,U 1.31. if . L, at A--f " .lf . K is ,Alan nt . L CD C3 Powers. Mr. Bushev. Mr. Dunn .7 ,- W5 1,1 N, V . 1 Q i 'Q B f ai " 4' ' : fi X n nf J ,f , S1 '." ,?v ' x ' 'Q f ', ,A 'A A AAA,,A VA.V A ' f , ,l , M : A ' : I, X. Aciwfgy -f f .24 f f 4, UW ' 'fwgl 'L . , J "Snoop Snaps" "Whore is thc' fifth floor?" "Know whul, I wvhl buck to my Junior High for zu visit--and was it over small!" "Why do they kccp tolling us we are fresh- mon?" if , 6 . . In ' 1. A Wifi . ' - Wife, 9? A 1. ."fji-.,.. If f A - ja- V Q '. 47" F ,"l 'gfzih ff.-4 ' Milly 3 ' Q , , R , if IV , . 1 1 A w Q t "ENS" 'fwawfv 'G 'Vi' A .R lip, Q7 1 M 1 1 V gg! Z, ' A J 150 1 - 44 f f 1 ,f W . qs ', 1 if 4 fb, 5 ' 1 1 ' 1 v , 'X' 4' an, rl, i k f 'gh l J ! A fi f f . 1 . ' , J gk Q f f ' "1 v f jf 05 5 . L xg 4,341 ,o w , , , , . if 'NJ' -,y11f,,.-1 "f '! 'L 1 "' Q J . ' in .Q 1-609 rf. - ' G1 5 '.f'f1'A7" "wg, W' vm' x , 'IA 4' V' , 4 'N 'xx ' 4 aff' , . my Z is 3 V 5+ L, - 33 95' A Lip b r' 'wif' Sf' M ,iiiff fl fi' I in W ,gf "5f"5fZ A Technically X 1 X YI Q P' 4 I' i I BH cff? W' I a '- r fp. f J ,Sw Q .n I 'Y' Speaking . . . Q' ,W T 5-.. l 'T Q A, 4 D, s s I 1 I I is P .I i to . . . ."activities? At Tech? Sure! Tech is ll of activity. Why, there is Tech Tiger, Tech News, Student Council, photo phy, and . . . why there's anything gra- you happen to be longing to do. S.A. starts the year. Then there are all sorts of assemblies. We all can see these. Itts up to you to become a Pro Merito member, or a member of the visual aides, or stage crew. Now, if you have a nice quiet nature and you're a girl, why not become a Nurse's Aide? For the more lcormrfanding boys there is the Student Patrol. Like selling? Tech Store is the place for you. Fun and noise! That's Tech's rallies. Cheerleaders kicking those beautiful legs into the air, and those handsome football players! Wow! If you want just as much fun, but a little less screaming, try Black Cat Fiesta. There're all different kinds of competition for the talented. Win a lei, or hat, or both. The big thriller of the year comes in February. Tantrums will satisfy any Huckleberry Finn's hunger for fun and excitement. Take your pick. There they are. Tech's activiti s - Tech Tiger to Tech Tantrumsg all fun, but work, too!" ios TT Z ' ing, ,Q-:sl - I 'stud i' f ' E. N4 4 ' I' D . A 6 ' A , -451 V S ,E N-: if , ""K"7K :4..?Fff , -f "f ' --1 be ' 1 f . - ' 45412 O fill? 'Ire -'M' 7' .ff yea ' '45--' i f: like , ' ": -4' -I 'f' ,, I if . -' , V- -Tift I . -L,-krywi YV . , f, -. i u 1 Q .. r. . , ,N 3,1111 1 ff- ' f is . wr 'L gr, -- X Q-g ,, - I ' 'r J. 1 fi? f . Wa' . q.,,. W ,L ' 2' 1 , . XL I L ,i 353,471 -Qi? if we ff' ,lx 1 5 . 4, Senior Staff: seated. left to right: Joanne Stolte. Linda Duffy. Linda Schech- terle. Judith Bressem. Standing. left to right: Philip Scott. Barry Anderson. Doug McGowan. Bob Young. . XI swf' E 'gglfjk I- 3 -if i 9 if g - ,af . xilm "Hey, Joanne, how's your candy bar? Calm down, Judy! Lindaiif "What?" "WhatT"' "What'7" "Barry, leave that infer- nal chemistry alone and write that hockey copy! Bob. don't put the diaper on the senior tigerg put it on the freshman ti ger! Doug, stop following Linda T. and find those missing homeroom pictures! Phil. Mr. Doane is not a Communist! No Linda D., we can't put Rogers picture in our yearbook! Wheres Tina NOW! Joe. Dick, and Gary. will you get your bet- ter halves off those chairs. and do some work?! Linda C.. why did you let the boys cut your hair? Sue. was it you who or- dered three copies ofthe P.G's pictureT'7 Let's face it Lynda K., you're completely unco-ordinatedi .Junior Staff: seated, left to right: Linda Thayer. Linda Carlson. Susan Bone-lli, Lynda Krctschmar, Tina Qarber, Standing. left to right: Richard Mon- mg. lt-it U, I-wht: Rohm-I WORKS' John pound' Rob son, Gary Arnrlt, Joseph Grabon. N-I Smmckll Seated. loft to rightg Bonnie Nlulak. Donna Fergu son, Mr Lf N. Butler. Edward J. Ofimm-11, grand f ff' A N, . . F :Injen I if ' ' iii Editors: left to right, rear rowg Charles Curto. Linda Bortle. Allen Blustine, Evelyn Connors, Bob Brayton, Nancy Gibhs, Jim Langone. Jackie Williams. Front rowg Babara Hatheway, Joan Burns, Pat Kindig, Carole Hyde, dll , .agfi in , Rf? ,Wi-i' li , - 4 , J "Eager beavers" Junior staff: first row1 Harriet Gress, Ray Bevivino, Joan Zuceoi Rear row: Bob Ziemian, Phil Tetreault, David Kos. Business staff: John Cullen, Hank Gold, William Mil- l J' M h ', Ed L d C tht' B tl , Jackie A E Iigilyggi Csgztige Shy12?mRg?y lsfogierigker Faculty advisors' Mr. Bushey and Miss Shea. Q YN. M-X . ,' H ,li S. A. Board First row: left to right: Catherine Conti. Bonnie Dun- can. Judith Barry. Barbara Cocchi. Gail Berte. Dolly Guertin. Leslie Bryant. Diane Farr. Second row: Camilla Conti, Ray Bevivino. Kathy Corliss. Dale Randall. Back row: Bob Jarvis. Gary Barker, Al Boulerice, Joseph Healey. Jerome Gagliarducci. Ron- ald Grassetti. Bob Ziernian. First side row: left to right: Mr. Doane. Mrs. Ta- backman. Mr. Bushey, Janet Menzel. Mr. Woodworth. Second row: Mr. Butler. Donna Ferguson. Linda Schechterle. Linda Balick. Third row: Mr. LYNCH. Cathy Conti. Bill Spezeski. Bob Jarvis. Miss Marotte. Fourth row: Mr. Gifford. Miss Donovan. Mr. Hewitt. Jim Rintoul. Al Boulerice. Mr. Dooley. Ray Bevivino is hiding. Student Council Q 35 7iff?l"k. , D147 ifi-:F ,Xt .Ba i ,da -4. , Q 2 f Jgn, 3, z , VW 2' f J Q 4 G 4 4 4 f gf 1 Q if 3 f ' , if Z , 5 , ! i K yf ! ff ' f i J I i Z If aw N-eww 3 1, ig' J ,J ff 5 va m. f h 'U . 4 Seated: left to right: Dotty Schmidt, Dennis Rossi, Diane Barker. Standing, t'l:iyton Sililey, .Ioan Burns. Patrol memlmersg ltlieliael Sullivan, James Rillltllli, Donald Vampliell, Robert Drayton, ltalph Iiindner, Kenneth Silt lf-y, Glenn Sunrlersoii, Douglas lllayt-i', Robert llowiirtli, Robert Barker, lfrerl Lewis, Stuart 'l'ayloi', William Kiley, Vlayton Sibley, Daniel t'onstantini, ltldward lioilrggeoise, ltolu-rt Fret-iiizin, Geimy Shea, t'liz1i'les Anus, Roliert tillll- lilf, David Jordzin, David lirickson, Robert llelelier, James ltlaiola, Walter tiiiyev, David Smith, Ronald Dow- ling, Myron Smith, William ltliinro, Joseph Healey. Robert Antoya, Martin Ruane, Alan Leiper, David Lalline, Ray- mond Poole, James Plianeiif, Richard Lucia, Carl Fras- ser, Robert LaNigi'a, David Dorval, Donald Donabed, John Piela, James Hessie, Bruce King, Carlo Oreiari, Myron Jenkins, John Pauly, James Cabrini, Terry Aberdale, Wil- liam Blake, Paul Bachowski, Fred Kowaleski, John Panek, Owen Little, Edward Gazda, Lawrence Carnes, Philip Scott, James Eastman, John Hardy, David Erdman. a 1.2 Q as Y F O "How many book covers did you say you wanted?" Q. PS- "Daydreaming. Bobette?" Tech Store "Everything but the kitchen sink." is an old addage which aptly describes our Tech Store. Because of this convenient establishment. recently moved to the old bandroom. Tech- ites are able to supply their everyday needs. Everything from Chemistry. French. and Spanish notebooks to attrac- tive book covers to tiger mascots can be purchased here. Q7 Robert Hickson and Bobette Scheadenhauffen One of the busiest groups in the school is pictured above. It is the office aides. Their duties include de- livering notices, filing. and. generally. being assis- tants to the office workers. These girls are selected for their efficiency and dependability. They may be seen scurrying about some counselors office. the main office. or delivering some message for Mr. Gif- ford or one of his assistant principals. The girls find time to do this during a free period. Uffice Aide-5 "Hey Joan, cross me off the absentee bulletini' 110 "Just an cxcusc to see Woofly"" Sc-ailccl lt-it to right' Iiolorcs Liiicrtin, Rory liimil-1-ltfk, Btvmm- 535110, Mmm" Hi'm"."k' Mill? 3lvNn'il, kkirol Sgiriiii, .login Lcgiriicd. Sccond Ni iiii iiiil t 5 'A row: Ilctty 4 4 , l.inl4i lully. lfgiitli Goodrich, Joan Burns NUNC5' l.'aii'lci', la-ttic hllll'kilI'lLlll, Uoiiiiii Wt-gitlit'i'licc. Last roxvi I AWIUUICZI lvogusf, lkiiwlyii liryilgi, lligiiiii Nloriii. Judith Paige. Lynn Iruulkncr, siimlrii Vliirk. Lkirol focliiuiii. .Xiin Lt-xvis. "An apple a day keeps Mrs. Scanlon away." "What's that blotter doing in your shoe?" C ' ,flak . Left to Rightg Joanne Babcock, Cheryl Sanderson, Linda Bennett. Lunch room orkers Assisting Mrs. Scanlon are three ambitious students who help keep files and records. They also keep the first aid trays well in order. Among their many other duties are delivering messages for Mrs. Scanlon, and changing the linens. They observe treatment given to the stu- dents. In the fall they help with the girls' physical examinations. fk i Seated: Left to Rightg Elaine Siwinsky, Sandra Wei- land, Carol Sarna, Linda Clapp, Carol Chandler. Standing: Robert Phoenix, Sonia Dobrzycki, Angela Kafantaris, Susan Bonelli, Bert Bryant. Mrs. Catherine Scanlon - Nurse Those worried looking girls with the smiling faces peering over the cash registers are the lunchroom cash- iers. They work every lunch period figuring out lunch prices and collecting the lunch money. Care to switch places some day? Nurses' Aides "All this and they can add! E?" 'tFilets of aardvark, eggplant and grunch, a bowl of plotch with moo juiceg all for 241f2c.' Stage Crew First row: left to right: Nicklffurto, George Gordon Andrew Grimaldi, Frank Gioscia, James Powers Paul Cleaval, Eugene Lutz. Second row: Robert Sa may. Tom Collins, Ralph Lindner, Dave De Barger, Brian Bishop, Gary Boucher. "Sa1ly's really in a womans Utopia." "Has Son of Zorro come in yet?" f-viii' 112 1 'fn w ' 5' J T 51 "3Ir. Lincoln is in good hands with the youth of Tech."' "Where's Ross? Did he walk off with the show?" Visual Aides is T Front Row: left to right: Dennis Sullivan. Wayne Johnson, Clyde Walt, Sally Bonelli. James Smith, Albert Hull, Glenn Yan X'nlkenbnrg. Second Row: Mr, Case, Donald Appleton. John 1.11 Fleur, Sandro Nlandolini, Robert Olson, Fred Bates. William Seelev. Robert Lewis, lidwnrd Nlorinrty, Andrew Selinrinehr. Uliurles lfrgineis. 1' rf 'HPD fm 'WY gay Mrs. Tabackman, Advisor First Row, Left to rightg Fred Bates, John Burns, Joanne Stoltc, Kris Folstad, Alan Blustine, Carol Sarna, Jillian Piela, Lawrance O't'onncr, Lawrance Krasner, Rory Broderick, Donna Hastings, James Bulger. Second Rowg Mrs. Tabackman, Linda Keating, Helen Roberts, Douglas Me Cowan, Frank Podosek, Linda Schechterle, Cinthia Ward, .Ioan Anderson, Janice Bowker, Mr. Witherell. Third Row, Bruce Yi-lim-k, Paul Ouellette, Milt Fillion, Bob Brayton, Jack Kazmarski, Dave Zol- ler, Bob Young, Reynold Wells, Al Boulcrice, Bob Moore, Bob Belcher, Warren Morse, Gerry Keir, Kenneth Stibolt, Bill Spczcski, Dave Erila man, Stan Mazur, Bruce Bonner, Jon Gourlic, Bill Roberts, Richard Kosinski. Pro e- rito "Well I can see that someone Wants to run this organization." Important notice -5 Important meeting of Pro Merito consti- tutional eommittee at Luigi's. nm' Frank Podosek, President First row, left to rightg Margie Malinowski, Barbara Cocchi, Linda Thayer, Christine Shylo, Lynda.Kretschmar, Jo-Anne Plasse, Catlgy Corliss. Second Row, Carol Kosciw, Linda Carlson, Carol Scahse, Ju y Danton, Gail Berte, Carolyn Dowler, Joyce Harper, Diane Barker, Peggy Dabrowski. Third Row, Bruce Bauman, Danny Diamond, James Phaneuf, John Sullivan, Dave Sexton, Tom Burnaw, James McCor- mack Dick Bator Richard Mackey, Colin Moran, Paul Cigrman, goin ' o n Witoviiski, Dave Sfnith, Gary Arndt, James'Ke1logg. Four row, Cullen, Brian Daury, Bob Vecchiarelli, Richard Champagne, Wayne Butler, Bob Ziemian, Ray Bevivino, James Sebolt, Richard Stowe, Roy Cannon. a. '44 0 . , . , . . 4 f ,s ae' . .ga 'Tagless ' ' Q ff .Qt . as ft 4 1-. f..f,j ,'-W. f' I--4 F -' Q. , it 2' 1 'w ,at . as J. f Seated left to right: Linda Keating. Carolyn Peterson. Helen Roberts. Carol Sarna. Cindy Ward. Donna Hastings. Joan Burns. Barbara Hatheyvay. Standing left to right: Camy Conti. Cindy Kadzik. Chris Shylo. Carole Frost. Mr. Willie. Torn Tracy. Nancy Carter. Anne Gurney. Joan Strandberg. Debating Club The Debating Club yyas formed to promote and de- yelop good speaking and de- bating abilities. This year the club is under the able direc- tion of Mr. Kalloch. Early in the year the tolloyy ing officers were chosen: Ross Jones. 5 1-9: . Ana-W-mlii President: Gerry Keir. 'Vice President: Carol Sarna. Sec- ' IQ retamz and Carl Thorrneyer. Q - . Parliamentarian. At e a e h meeting there are discussions or debates. French Club The French Club. yyllitllt ii headed by Bir. Willie. y'-'35 formed to give ady'aI1Ccd French students a chance to improve their conversational French and to learn rnore a- bout the life or the French people. Among its many pro- jecs. they put on a French play. Besides advanced French studens. elementary students may also apply for member- ship. Al Seated left to right: Jane Herrick. Linda Alstrom. Bonny Larson. Patricia Foss, Carolyn Pe- terson. Carol Sarna. Sec.. Harriet Gree. Standing left to right: Carol Thormeyer. William Rease. Ross Jones. Pres. John Sergentan- is. Robert Ziernian. Gerald Keir. Y. Pres.. Wayne Butler. Mr. Kalloch. Gaagg Front royy' left to right: Pat Romano. Bryan Uayy. John Cullen. Douglas Brothers. Wayne Butler. William Authier. Roy Cannon. and Charles Curto. Second row left tc right: John Byam, Ralph Draper,C0nnie Kari, Carole Kosciuyv. Margo Beverly Donna Hastings. Cynthia Kadzik. James Bulger. Richard Champagne, Dayid Kos. Standing left to right: John Pauly. William Roberts. Stanley Mazur, Marshall Coulter. Richard Ba tor. James McCormick. Alan Moulton, Daniel Diamond. Richard Mackey, Gerald Kicr, Richard Ko sinski. Frank Podosek. William Spezeski, Lawrence Krasner. Daniel Illarceau. Allen Blustine, Mr. Hewitt. Mr. Powers. Mr. Jackoyyski. u Alpha Theta The Math Club. an affiliate of the nation- al Xiu Alpha Theta. ts a neyy club organ- ized this year by Str. Henry Heyyitt. Str. Charles Potters. and fylr. 5ylPl'lOllsS Ltgkgyy- ski. lts main purpose is to acquaint those studcnts yy ho haye a B plus ayerage in regu- lar math or a R .myer- agc in an honors class yyith math yyhich they OFdil't.lt'lly yyguld nryt get The meetings are once a month on the last Thursday on the month. The teachers rotate. each taking the class once in three months Tech Hi-Y adio Club The Club was founded for the purpose of giving students an opportunity to obtain the skill necessary to get an FC. C. license and to operate their own stations. This year, under the direction of Mr. Forest and Ronald Lemar, President, the members have purchased a small transmitter and have spoken with many other radio enthusiasts. The purpose of the Tech High-Y is to develop and maintain good Christian con- duct in personal and social life, This year the officers-- George Olson, President, Don- ald Robinson, Vice President: C l a y t o n Sibley, Treasurer, Louis Santinello, Secretary, and Raymond Morin, Chap- lain-- and members have put on a marksmanship demon- stration, had a hayride, held an induction ceremony and have put on an expresso dance. 1-A n , . S lx . I , , 1 1 is-ri was . ' 'Qglgf' ' t ' ' I 1 is-'. 'Pill' if , P . 1 c ff , 1 Q3 V 5 -45 f- ,fl Q, gl A ' ' I 1 4 , -Z .. ' ff ,... , L A Seated left to right: Bob Kushner, Ronald May, Wayne Johnson, Allen Blustine, Douglas McCowan, John Doe, John Thrower. Standing left to right: Robert Josephson, Victor Kaylarian, David Nieoli, David Klimaj, David Wellette, Gerald Vincent, Roy Michaels, Tom Huse, Russel Johnson, Mr. Norman am V! 'muwff . A.. Future urses The lfuture Nurses Club was founded so that girls who are interested in nursing could have a chance to meet and talk over nursing training, fields, and opportunities. They also do special work for needy families and lor the Holyoke Veterans' Hospital. At a meeting early in the year the following officers were chosen: President- Judy Oberlander: Vice - President- Beverly Parent: Secretary- Kris Folstald: and Treasurer- Sonia Dobrzycki. Left to right: Front: Dennis Rossi, James Bulger, Ross Jones, Ronny Lander, Gerry Hachadoorian. Middle: Raymond Morin, Don Robinson, George Olson, Louis Santinello, Clay Sibley, Robert McMillan. Back tstandingl: Kenneth Sibley, Donald Hughs, Matthew Szcepanek. Daniel Mareeau, Fred Hawley, Peter Hoffman, Richard Williams, Stephen Pierzehala, Mr. Mara. es' in fr '.,' .am W .fc i s I Q K wry 5 A up .,i, G , R' Ea Front row left to right: Lorraine King, Valarie McCray. Barbara Pouliot. Standing left to right: Cheryl Keeyers, Linda Balicki, Linda Clapp. Rifle Club The Tech Rifle Club is the only co-education- al sport the school sup- ports. The members. un- der the direction of Mr. Joseph Hopkins. shoot in competition for National Rifle Association Awards and Civilian Marksman- ship Awards. which are given under the auspices of the Army. In addition to these awards, the members are also given school letters for partici- pation in a school sport. 4' G. A. A. The purpose of the Girls Athletic As- sociation is to sponsor a wholesome pro- gram of athletic and recreational activities. Among the seasonal sports and activities of- fered throughout the year are: field hockey, apparatus. squad leading. basketball. volley ball, bowling, and track and field. From these after school groups. girls are selected to represent Tech at play day. PQ f .. i' Seated left to right: Carol Beaver, Rosary Wilbur, Robert Bisi, Doug Walch, David Perosino, Rod- ericker Striker, Nancy Mezzetti, Judy Bahlin. First row standing left to right: Mr. Hopkins, Ron Goldstein, John Young, Armano Renand. John Doe, Donna Wojtowicz, Jack Midnovez, Dennis Collins, Jim McCormack, Larry Krasner, David Grogan. Second row standing left to right: Reynold Wells, Pat Romano. Nick Wolchexk. Jim Mitchell. Paul Backlowski. T . 1 rear: The Red Cross Council The members of the Red Cross Council hgixe many dif- ferent projects which they plan and carry out themselves. A- mong these projects tire the Red Cross dance. the school chest. the decorating of Yeter- ans' Hospitals, andthe sending ol' delegates to the lnterhigh Council. The officers of the council are: Dennis Rossi. Pl'C5lklCIll1 .login Burss. Vice- Presidentg Diane Barker, Re- cording-seeg Doity Schmidt. Seated left to right: Joan Burns, Sharan Watts, Pain Roebuck, Mrs. Dorothy Cori-esponding-secretary' Clay Pryor, Dotty Schmidt, Diane Barker and Sally Bonelli. Standing left to right: ' " ' Dennis Rossi, Ross Jones, Clay Sibley, Dave Nicoli, Bill Smith, lien Sibley, and .John Davis. Sibley. Treiisurer. Physics Club The purpose of the Physics Club is to help those students who have a science hobby and wish to further it. Mr. Manning Case supervises the club and helps the students with their many hob- bies. Among their varied pro- jects, they work on exhibits for the Science Fair. The Physics Club is affiliated with the Science Clubs of America. ,, f 'f Wiljifff ,.., Front row, left to right: Ronald Lemar, Robert Young, Raymond Kaleda, Douglas McCowan, Frank Podosek. Back row left to right: Raymond Morin, John Kaez marski, Reynold Wells, Everett Kilbride, John Sergentanis. Seated left to right: Ronald Lemar, Bob Young, Bill Roberts, Matt Szezepanekg standing left to right: Ken Waltermire, Reynold Wells, Ken Stibolt. C ess Club The purpose of the Chess Club is to promote interest and im prove skill in the game of chess. This year, under the direction of Mr. Newhall and the officers Richard Kosinski, presidentg George Olson, vice president, and Robert Lewis, secretary- treasurerg they have played sev- eral tournaments with various high schools. Engineering Club ' The purpose of the lfnginccr- mg Club is to acquaint high school boys with the various fac- tories and businesses of Spring- field. Duc to the absence of Mr. Ziemba, the advisor, the lingi- neering Club hasn't been very active this year, but under the direction of its officers - Bill Roberts, presidentg Matthew Szczepanek, vice-presidentg Ron- ald Lemar, secretaryg and Robert Young, treasurerg they have had a meeting with the A.l.C. Science Club at which a movie was shown. Back row left to right: Mr. Newhall, Bob Conners, Rod Alrnieda, Paul Gorman Doug Baillieul, Carl Thormeyer, Bill Blake. Front row left to right: Joseph Gra bon, Bruce Bauman, Bob Lewis, George Olson, Richard Kosinski, Ray Kaleda Bill Twinning. 117 Q .E Tec NISI 6 -V , Etery' Tuesday' night os, the dottnstairs clubrooms ii V of the YWCA echos with the yoices of the fourteen members of Tech Nisi. This active group is corn- prised of .luniors at Tech and began late last year. After organizing. the if club had its first election. Elected tt ere: Rae Dool- ey. President: Mary Sul- liy an. Yice - President: Linda Bennett. Secre- tary: and Mary Lou Dra- gone. Treasurer. This past year the group engaged in yarious projects including serytce affairs. money - raising protects. and inter-club this club is Barbara Sul- lit an. "l ' rs' Y t it iw it if AR E E Back row. left to right: Dorothy Dinnie, Jane Hunter, Sonia Dobrzycki, Sandra Roland. prefers. The attttsor of Judy Snow. Sherrie Dieckmeyer. Front row, left to right: Pat Daly, Marylou Dragone, Mary Sullivan, Linda Bennett, Rae Dooley, Tina Garber, Dolly Guerttn, Peggy Farina. City NISI City Ntst is an ex- tremely .tctite club latch meets .tt the Y WCA eyery Tuesday night. lt ts composed ot Tech High girls whose purpose is to promote a daily Chris- tian tray ot lite and to gre i'.1 . in friendships with other girls, This year the club had a tull year, They had a Halltitween party tor the Orphans' Horne. helped sell chocolate htrs i.1. ent on tartous trips. and held a donce. "NItstletoe Nltst " The otftcers are Dt ine Ros-. Prest- dent. Kathy Butler. Ytce-pre-tdent: .ludy Hill. Secretary. Inna l-ittt.tle'., Treasurer. and Nancy. Phtriney, .ind Susan Bttnellt. tn- ter - cluh representa- llltffl. Q , tv i . ' t by ' to O Y e 'uw , G ,vtvx y f WR eg ft if-.. y h 1 L at 's ez. Q' X I f to th Q lyttcktttgltattt - tttttc. ttcx so, gsm. 5 ll l l l J First row, left to right: Carolyn Dowler. Linda Ross, Dolores Candini, Judy E d d y. BSUB' Flathers, Carol Sarna, Pat Foss. Second row, left to right: Connie Kari, Eloise Millett, Inna Kovalev, Judy Hill, Kathi Butler, Diane Ross. Sally Bonelli. Third row. left to right: Lin- da Carlson, Susan Bonelli, Jean Greendale. Jackie Hellyar, Bonnie Larson. Stacia Syczebak Tech Gibs The Tech Gths ts .A Y NN L' X. organiza- tion. ztft'th.tted tttth ' ' Tech lt's purpose is to help others tn sort- tcc. thcrcliy helping lltctttsrltcs They hate tttany protects tthtch they .ttc successfully .tccotttttltslttng -XV- tttottg tltctt pt-Olggto tltct had .t It.tytttlc. ' they took tn otctnt-'lit JoAnn Plasse, Leslie Bryant. .Vx v tttptttSpttt1gtlglklf0l. lfgc. tltcy g,tXD clothes 1.-, dx, .intl tltct gate ,t tl.tttcc lltc tttttt-gt, ,st tltts tlttl' .ttc ,ltttlt l-tllgllcts. l'tt-stdcnt. ltt.ttt litttttxl XKC. Vtcsttlcttl. .ltttlt Rios- Wlll Nt.'!tCl.tlN, Nitttgt l'IlXlN l lt' tstttgt First row, left to right: Carolyn Clough, Bat'liitra llalltcway, Jtttli Brcsscnt, Joan Burns, Nancy Gibbs. Judy Langlois, Linda Kcztting, .lttrly Paige, Francis Botlttck. Second row, lcft to right: Judy Anderson, Roberta Rossmciscl, Lynnc Faulkner, Carol L'ttcltt'tttt, Ann Gurney, Jackie Williams, Lintla Bortlc, Diane Kelly, Jtttly Hurry, Rory Brotlcriclt, liyelyn Connor, Dotty Schmidt, Rosalie Bcldcn, Camy Conti, Cathy t'ontt. 9 Abi, Lift I Y 417 Q -i Everyone goes to Bluck Cut lficstu! lfun, cxcitc- mcnt, glamour, und hurti work urc cnjoyctl hy ull. Booths urc sct up by clubs und orgunixzilions in thc school. Undcr thc cycs ol' ull thost- zrdvisors you can throw durts, toss haiskclhulls, and waitchmovics. ilihc Vuricty Show is thc pcuk UiiCI1lCI'lllil1lIlClll with duiiccrs. singers, :mtl music. Don't forget thc Donut 'luhlc In-l'oi'c you lcuvc with your struw hut und Ici! Y 44' 'gin - , .-fi W I 1 ,ji J f I far 120 Tec XX J if 'A Q- S , I-.01 1 9, - aff, 5 ,1, 5 3 f4 .11 1' F f " ,.gfjh!1 1x ffifiig 'A IH '1?i'f,,fj'Qfg' fu 11f!i,1f'Pf'3" 1 1' X 3' f I 111' R V91 , 1 11 , . . . 01111 I'1'11'1w111'1 111111K '1111x111f.11f1N 111 111I11', 'H U 1131111 51-IU' K L-1l'1'5 0101111111 ' ' 11.1111 1l1111K'K' 1111 ll s1111'111 1111111 'XN11111' 1'1-nw xx.1111s 111 11g111c1X "11 1511512151 115 l'11-Ii" 4 - ,- .Y ,A J. JK 2' vw "mf 'Vik JN 1 a 3 ,Vit f e 'G ' 2 -A Q F. 5 N ,5 I i f of K 1 Tantrums A -All .. A ff ix, 'She leapsg she twirlsg fi , ' QA if but, does s h e 1 o s e gif , 2, Q yd f weight?" 1 'A'1 V ' . f 9 4 ggi "Well-Wouldr1't ANYONE like a sweet i'Dainty, Delightful, and Darlingf' old-fashioneti girl?" "They fly through the air with 'lAr1d we come in six luscious flavors." the ,greatest of ease." xg ' 'P l . E X li 12 1 -iiii THE CONCERT BAND Rudolph the Red- Nosed Reindeer Hy mnus March of the Toys from Babes in Toyland A Carol Festival THE CONCERT CHCIR Glory to Cvod A Spotless Rose For Us A Child is Born Laud We The Name of Cvod Alleluia The Carol of the Drum The MASSED CHORUSES We Wish You A Merry Christmas Christmas Eve Winter Song Silent Night Harken To Me The Boars Head Carol The Hallelujah Chorus x gf t Christmas Concert "Hark. The Herald Angels S ing., The S e n i o r Class would like to thank Mr. Myers and Mr. Keggeris for bringing us the musical side of Christmas. The massed choruses sing "The Hallelujah Chorus" from the "Mes- siah" by Handel to close a wonder- ful evening. r-ff"". 55 6 s i -1 . X 1,,,.,-Cf .N ' ' +R-esmvnns:nnmnslfM.Q98 122 'l ' J t t 1 H f 7 1, Q . ., Zi 2 , f t l 1 i P Spring Concert V.-Q' 40 fl s fq.f?f,f 7' Mr. Keggerreis "Snickers or Smiles?" Mr. Myers "C1assf1irt?" ' j . yxs ez... . N ra- C - OW 'Ps h ' , .. t , kbs: ss ..s. F jj ' ' ra' ss-ss-', 5 :.,gK-gig m "Wider -------- -P90P10l', Last year's Spring Concert featured Gil- bert and Sullivan's operetta "Trial by Jury." This humorous satire of a wedding was pre- sented by the talented Chorale. Jean Phillips portrayed the forsaken bride -to - be who brings her fiance, Frank Soucy, into court on a charge of breach of promise. The judge. Paul Cavallo, twelve bridesmaids, jury, and spectators all are prejudiced in favor of the pretty plaintive. The usher, played by Mike Santos, added a note of humor with his con- stant pleas of "Silence in court!" The Concert Choir, l3oy's Chorus, tiirl's Chorus, and Freshman Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Richard lseggerreis, com- bined to present "The Heavens Resountlf' "ln Wood linibowered," and "llrothcr John." The conceit choir then presented a rendition of four old linglisli Songs and two Carribean folk songs, 'lhis first act ended with the combined voices singing four songs from musical "Song of Norway." During the change of scenery, the tiirl's Sextette sang "l'oniglit, 'l'oniglit". uiireat Day", and "Ili l.illi," Under the direction of Mr. Warren My- ers, the band performed superbly as tisual. Mike Sturm announced the selections and gave a background of information on each. Their opening selection was "National lini- blem March" by E. E. Begley. A cowboy ballad "Pony Gal", and a square dance t'Sourwood Mountain" then followed. Along the classical line, the band played a march from the opera, "Love of Three Oranges", by Serge Prokofieff. Following the march, the band played a novelty song, "Pop Goes The Weasel" by Herbert Fred. Selections from the Broadway hit musical. "The King and I" were superbly presented. The band brought its part in the concert to a thrilling climax with the "Block In Concert March", by Jerry Bilik. An evening of extreme delight and pleas- ure was all too quickly over for those who saw the concert. S, .ani l23 l W si A, , Science Fairs X,-iw-A -9 QF Rmcrron rENCE 1 'J I 5 I ' I ' 1 WI Roy Cannon - First prize. physics V janv- 124 .,,,,:, 1 'XXNQQL Dave Wilson - First prize-, chf-nirstry' pw? ltichtirrl Hur-rtrn - First prim-. lllillll ,HEUPTAKE OF 'DHOSPHORUS BE t .1 X 526222 5 IUAA 3 7 X-GUY? VERTEBRATES Sgiif l. L ' .i ig gi C y .I Nu --im .2 ' XXX K I ,Fl .,., ,..., X -' r A in x B rid - l - CI Q -Y, -, 3,2 Joanne Stolte - First prize, biology JJ 00 4 r Ronald Lcrnar - First prize, electronics On Nlrrrch I2 grml 13. WSG thc licch gym yygis cd yyith PIUAICLWN. representing mrmy hours ot hard. lrhorioiis yyorly. l-iritlgry .rlktcrnoon thc stritlcnts xygritcd hrcrrlhlcssly hy thcrr proyrcuts to lic irrtlgctl. l'h.it cy cnrng 1 " 'i i ' ' riccctlrrrgs. thc .ryy.rrtls irc LlI'lIlUllIlCCtl. Roy tlrhnon yyon lrrst prrzc in physics 'orcut f't'or1trollctl t'.rt.rstroplrc", .logmnc ilu yum Iirst prrfc in hrology yyrth hor projcct "l'hc 4 ' ' -, -". Q ' ,Nylll yyon first prizc in chem- , Ultcl "l'llCllllNlly ul' l'lrotogrgrplry". Ron ' 4 ' in lrrst prrfc in clcctrpriics yyrth his prurcct 1 1 Ilnulwlu C'or1ycr'srorr Sirpcr llctrodyrrc lxccciycrf lxich- w s r ' . ris project Digital tkwrrrpirtt-r". I ycryonc, in .rdthtion to lcrrrning g -4 1. 4 r '. gootltrrric, CULU in w A 3 ,al- A crowd view of thc Springfield Science Fair which was held in thc Technical High School gymnasium. Mr. Comer assisting a student. Tech was well represented on the city, regional, state, and national levels in 1959. On April 3 and fi, the five first prize winners, Teresa Borsa, second in biol0gy9 Frank Podosek, second in physics, and Ken- neth Fife, second in chemistry, entered the Springfield Science Fair which was held at Tech. Tech walked away with two third prizes, Ken Fife in chemistry and Ron Lemar in physics, two second prizes, Dick Guertin in math and Roy Cannon in physics, and two first prizes, Dave Wilson in chemistry and Joanne Stolte in biology. Joanne Stolte won the grand prize and entered the National Science Fair. The regional fair was held at the University of Massachusetts on April 18 and 19. Roy won first prize, Joanne won third prizeg Dave and Ron won honorable mention. On April 24, 25, and 26 'tGetting ready for the big day?" Joanne and Roy entered the State Science Fair at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from the re- gional fair. Tech sent Dave Wilson, Ron Lemar, and Ken Fife. Roy won first prize, Joanne won third prize, and Dave and Ron won honorable mention. Roy went on to the New England Science Fair at Brown Univer- sity the next weekend. Joanne spent May 8-12 in Hart- ford, Connecticut at the National Science Fair where she was a finalist. Tech also fared well in the Future Scientists of America Contest. Joanne Stolte won honor- able mention. Dave Wilson and Joanne Stolte were honored by the Chemical Engineers Society of Spring- field at a banquet. Technically speaking Tech did very well in science fairs in 1959. 125 V , p. f fi: , fa W g? X . +1 . A, . 5 5 x I Q-.e.:.:A. Y ' ' Your tery tirst day :tt Tech began with an opening assembly. Since then there have been Countless assemblies nith Spanish movies Pro Merito inductions. PTA. meetings. and class assemblies being ti text ol the smaller. Campaign speeches htite been gixen by presidential etindi- dates to their classes. One ot the most liked assemblies tttts put on by the Drtimti Club. Humorous ns nell .ts bettu- titul tire the memories ot the ltttlitin on the tele- phone. the typicgil teentiger. and the hettrt-broken dtimsel. und others. Their second presentation 'Mis iiflrl ifit' C'liif2it's Rtafiu. Following tin old Tech trtidition. Xlr. Hdnnigtin directed the eighth production of the pltiy by Eliztibeth Nlclitidden with the chortil group helping. 'Ttilf'nt. p fi i s e. iinfl tirtisty: We l3.i'.f- tlwtn till " W- "T c..s.s1-e ,.- Ot course tiere nts the educdtioni i Nlr. .-Xlbert But iti ite LIN ls Hens on UNN1 btised on his x c i A TN GX pltintition ot itit it Xoctitions ine een tie them ot lssClll1W ies xxith xisits from ie eietionc Westin house. Lind tt on e0 1 ei P T meetings. Xlost b iutil N Tet tssc 1 t es the eighth pits t t i sembly. The stint H1 ict t Y' s Bilfllc' Hbtllill i It Rc 1 Ciiil l etent nits the it it c t ti Non it' n s 1 Lttion. But. c nexer forget these true Tec s 1 I' My J 7 .0 aaa. Y li W I -si X9KW 3 . 'bf The drums rollg the cheerleaders stand tensely in a "THQ and the crowd is silent with an air ol' expectancy. Quickly, Mr. Myers gives the down- beat . . . "Cheer, cheer, cheer lor Tech- with her royal banners l'lyingl" With a blare ol' the horns, the school song once again starts another rally. Highlights ol' the Tech school year are the annual rallies held at the beginning of the foot- ball season and then again to herald our annual game with our areh-rival- Cathedral. Several things highlighted our rallies this year. Who can forget that Junior class president who fig N lzfi . .alle s. I' tried to catch a tiger but succeeded only in grab- bing her tail and running around after her? l wonder how that poor boy in the purple jersey who was 'lwlieeledm into one ol' our rallies is? This year we also had some serious moments at our rallies. Mr. Mason and Mr. Hart really showed us how much they thought ol' the team by their praiseworthy comments. When we said good-bye to the senior members of the football team, we realized how much we were losing- Lewis, Heuttner, Tarozzi and others. These were our rallies. an active part of Tech life. "I want to be a Tech High rooter, when the saints go marching in," me ?51iN' - ,.n1" rays 6 Technically . L- 7 few' f : 42+ ' 6 in af nv f 409. I Q . . . . "Beat ' m, Tech!" This cry echoes across the playing fields, gym floors, orgwherever one may find a Tech team competing. All year round, the teams play their best. Against ,teamsN which may have been built like immovable tanks, our boys, have emerged vic- torious. Win, lose, or draw, the old Tech Spirit just can't be doused. During the Fallg the soccer and foot- ball teams carr be seen often with their bright orange jerseys. Come winter, there ii swimming, hockey, and bowling. Spring is the season when our creivv, track, baseball, and tennis teams come out to draw the fans oultdocjrs once again. Tech sure isnt lacking in good coaches. We have four great ones: Milt Orcutt, Jeiiry Foley, Phil Hart, and Ed Masoni Mr. Hart and Mr. Mason, although brand new at Tech this year, really have shown the true Tech spirit. All of these men have and will have for many years the following ofthe avid Tech fans. All the boys were really great this year: on the teams, but we want to give one final, special bow to Freddie Lewis, our star athlete with the real Tech spirit!!! Football "The bigger they are, the harder they fall." lg I 2 if f gfiigf -',l,? "Between the devil and the deep blue sea!" ii Coaches: Ed Mason, Phil Hart, Gerry Foley, Robert Pasini. of For the third time in the three years the sen- iors have been at Tech, the Tigers beat Cathedral in their annual rivalry. The graduating class will surely remember this record. The season started slowly as the Bengals were just getting used to the new split-T formation, but the Tiger Spirit remained as undaunted as ever. Our team won a surprising victory over Chic- copee, last year's Western Mass. Champs. Tech was sorry to lose former coach Russ Pe- terson, who will be missed by all, but we hope that our new coaches, Ed Mason and Phil Hart, have enjoyed their first year at Tech as much as we have enjoyed having them. First row: left to right, Bob Dumas. Le- roy Williams, John Sullivan, Henry Huet- tner, Fred Lewis, Tom Tortoriello, Bob Berry, Richard Tarozzi, Bob Brayton. Second row: Joseph Rinaldi, Eugene Lutz, Don Cumming, John Whalen, Wal- ter Guyer, John Chaisson, Phil Racette, Richard Griffin, George Cohen, Ray Jor- den. Third row: Everett Kilbride, Ray Lewis, Ronald Grassetti. Marty Rohan. Ig! wk Vg- 10 Paz. 'fl 41 N 3 f- A f .1 "' i 1 RV 1 ri r V' 1 4 'I li." - "I came, I saw, I conquered!" 5 , 46441144 f , Bruce King, James Duggan, Alan Dole, TECH Arthur Collier, Bruce Fitzgerald. Fourth row: Donald LaFountain, Ron Pettirossi, Levi Brown, William Richards, Michael Wrisley, Joseph Ashline, Pat Kane, Fred Chapman, Clayton Sibley. F i f t h row: Gerry Keir Cman.J, Charles Authier, Richard Marini, Tom McLean, David Sexton, Joseph Thomas, Charles Francis Cman.J. Fight Tigers f Left to right: Fred Lewis. OPPONENT 24 Greenfield 34 Holyoke 8 West Springfield 26 Agawam 22 Westfield I4 C hicopee I5 Cathedral 22 Gardner s l ll i l Ed Mason, George Cohen, Henry Huettner, ' if lg' U ' , J K ' if life! K , I sh 1 , , V gym. ww.. az, M 7 I ,Y I V ,Lf z ff' Km A K, L i M fl I4 V , , -fa , "All right, reach for the sky partner!" After a very disappointing season last year. the Tech hoopsters battled their way back by winning bet- ter than half of their seasons games. Many of their de- feats were due to a mere two points and illness plagued the team for the last half of the season. With a chance for the City Championship. the hoopsters lost two very close battles to Classical and Cathedral due to ill- ness of some of the team members. The most consistent players for Tech were Ed Moriarty and Ben Lester with Ed having better than a 17 point average per game. Much credit is due Mr. Foley for a fine job of rebuilding his team. Great work fellows! t'One time 14 is higher than 33, right Mr. Hewitt?" V . .fl 3 I 1? ly i gflfx ,pwtyr ia'eisa'ae L C1 ' V34 C B N H iij':'fFl':4 -' n. --- 'S 3 C .T-,QQ ii? - - W -W A 5, rw- i ew af J- t is "O.K. quarterback call play n u m b e r 4-6-18- hike." "What is the mathe- matical probability of Tech winning, Gerry?" "How many quarters in this game anyway?" Baskf ,.NrT Aw 4 It T 3 5 . s A 'fn 9 1 Back row, left to right: Kendall Collins. Rene Trudel. Ben Lester, Ed Moriarty. Alton King. Steve Root. "Relax, just relax. . .chew Wr1gley's Spearmint Gum." "Are you boys going to try out for cheerleading this year?" ball '41, mmf W Front row, left to rightg Bob. McElligott, Bill Oakley, Phil Racette, Richard Mer- ola, Manager Gerry Keir. "' V-Lf. ,M t "What goes up must como down." ICBUAHIJ CTHALL 1959-1960 Wcsl Springllclrl - 24 Vlassiczil -37 Trarlc - 36 llolyokc - G4 Ludlow - 58 Agawam - 29 Northampton - 39 Ludlow - 38 Cathedral- 46 Commerce A 26 Classical - 58 Cathedral - 49 SCUR VARSITY ISASKI Duc 'l'1't'h - 43 Dec. Tcch -44 DOC. 'Fvch - 51 Dec. Tech - 49 DCC Tvch Y 65 Dec Tcch - 68 Dec Tcch - 42 Dec Tech - 53 Jan. Tech - 44 Jan. Tech - 51 Jan. Tech - 44 Feb Tech - 38 Feb. Tech - 56 Feb. Tech V 31 Feb Tech - 42 Feb. Tech - 51 Worcester Commerce - 62 Commerce - 33 Trade - 45 West Springfield - 45 g . ' 1 ' f 5 M, ,YYY WY, Y,,, ,Y,, Y YYQ. W ., . , N.. ..,,..,.,.... ., ,.,..,aA,..-. 2 , c ld -'T 134 lllIi,? 'ESU' '1 .n X, fffll R 45 lil'-1 - 1 ' ' 3 in J ' , Baseball Left to rightg first row - Roger Gumlaw, Wayne Albano, A1 Boulerice, Jack Kaez- marski. Second row - Bob Maloney, Rene Matty, Terry Rhieard, Don Sowa, Dick Te- trealt, Jim Steup. Third row - Coach Bill Lawler, Carl Dygon, Barry Anderson, Henry Huettner, Tony Przybieien, Jack Janiszew- ski, Lloyd Wands, Manager Dave Colina. Ku 4 ., . ,M The Tech Tiger nine had a commendable season under the coaching of Bill Lawler and George Rey- nolds. The Bengals finished the year with a 9 84 8 rec- ord, coming in second to Classical in the Inter-City League. TECH 1 1 1 4 9 4 18 5 5 12 9 4 7 9 5 8 4 OPPONENT Palmer 2 Pittsfield 5 Chicopee 9 Commerce 6 Chicopee 6 Pittsfield 7 Trade 0 Holyoke 6 Classical 3 Cathedral 6 Greenfield 7 Longmeadow 3 Longmeadow 5 Trade 10 Classical 3 Commerce 7 Cathedral 6 5'-YP, Tony Pryzbicien did a brilliant piece of work on the mound with a 5 84 2 pitching record. Rene Matte was the leading hitter with a .431 batting average. The Tigers are looking forward to a very favor- able season next year with much enthusiasm and many experienced veterans returning. -W f ' .t L it 5 . ' M N . Rene Matty and Terry Rhicard, Co-Captains. 135 .. ' 09,5 .W 'I .iran I, M171 3 ff, . af . . a, i ,na "Courtesy at all times". "Hot Potato?" Soccer Although the Tech soccer squad won their first five games of the season, the remarkable twenty-eight game winning streak was finally broken by Classical. The contest was a hard fought, evenly matched duel through the entire game. Classical defeated the Bengals with a score of 2-1 with the winning goal being scored with only 11 seconds remaining. The Tech' booters owe much to Milt Orcutt for season. placing third in the city league. There was strong competition in this league coming from Classical, Trade and Commerce. In suffering severe setbacks from both Classical and Trade, Tech was unable to capture another city championship. The Bengals are looking forward to a more vic- torious season next year and are aspiring to bring the city title back to Tech. his fine coaching. The Bengals had a very commendable SOCCER , Tech Opponents Win-Lose-Tie 1 -0 Ludlow W 3 -0 West Springfield W Q 2 -1 Commerce W 1 i 9 'O Cathedral W W 'N ' 4 -1 Commerce W 1 -2 Classical L V - Il 0 -0 Trade T LN . , , 'ivtn X4 0 -1 Trade L r ' 1 -0 Classical W 5 -0 Longmeadow W .Jt,, - . 'my - 7 0 -0 Cathedral T .vxy 1 -2 Longmeadow L 2 'T ' L L mdv qi ' Total 7 Wins 4 Losses 2 Ties "Chaaaarge!" "Vicious, Aren't we?" "Kicks like that shouldn't be wasted. How about trying out for Sweet- hearts Chorus?" 136 Coach: Milt Orcutt Captain: Horst Porth .l ,J F' Q ,., ' 2 C . . 'ffl 1 ,,i , . ' Livw '3?'.T"Ar ff I ' ,cg U, 2 1 a . f. ,V 1' . G f ' 2f"3'f- f?2'f1f l-iii Front row, left to right: Howarth, Sticca, Kaczmarski, Portll, captain, Manning, Hart, Santaneillo, Lasher, Monette, Vec- chirelli. Second row, left to right: Coach Orcutt, Sargantaris, Munro, Long, Virginiak, Socha, Eastman, Sorrell, Cox, Fei, McCormack, DiNoia, Bacchiocehi, manager. 137 Tech was fortunate in having a well- balanced swimming team this year with several outstanding swimmers in the var- ious events. Among them were Bruce Norrington who set a new record in the Western Mass. Championship in the 100 yard Dolphin butterfly event with a time of one minute and four seconds. He also established a new time in the 200 yard individual medley of 2 minutes and 31 and 2 tenths seconds. Mike Barry was undefeated in the diving event and also took first in the Western Mass. Cham- pionship. James Gelinas placed first in the 50 yard dash and also won a first place at the Western Mass. Champion- ship. Pete Hoffman who has been the Tech mainstay for the past two years was seldom beaten during the season and he also took a first at the Western Mass. Championship. Ralph Lindner has proven to be a valuable team member for Tech. He excells in the backstroke and took a first at the Western Mass. Championship. This has been the sixteenth championship for Tech in the past seventeen years. Unfortunately, Tech will lose all of these members through graduation. A strong rebuilding job will have to be done to bring Tech up to its usual strength in the Western Mass. Championship next year. 138 :ESX I 'X New M - ,XXX ,xo 1 tri xxx Q-ifgl we-X .X -N va fs s iQQ X iii? X' ' X325 Qfisii lflifgyi.-A X- ,- waives 15 voyage: is 5 ,sfsieifszt xx k X Qpgsggge: 'sees s X ..., A A tm ,sq t .is X- .X XXX wX?xsfyX3X sf. x...e tx X ming Seated left to rightg John Laczek, Jerry Foley, Bob Jones, Pete Roissing, George Mortimer, Rick Kle- pack, Ray Lewis. Standing left to rightg Robert Mc- Carthy, James Flanagan, Chris Lee, Pete Hoffman, James Gelanis, Mike Barry, Mr. Orcutt. 'rifm-fi-lfs Sf -. 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K irgliiflazigf fYi3'Qf??a Am 15252555 N" I fiiffix- z , Q12 A .afar X T79 ' ' -E . M. V - , . A. ,. ky mx - 4' ,b Xi X K 1 X V 'fwfr ng X U 411 Q M wk? ' . r ,, n f-f-M X ,X ' ' '- , -0 MQW-XHg,,., ,Wi m I 1 we I L- ,,, W 7, 4' , :if A-gr: M E 1' af 4. - --'- ' 5' 'Q' 6' . , 922 'ii' '.g?""L'H-.W 'ii V "W . ,. f--' ' -:.- r' . X. , ' X 'ffef " CW ,J .1 , 2 . "iw-wx fy- ,. ' ',ff""Q,gw X . M....,,,w t 1 l39 Left to rightg Dave Dewar, Hugh Longmore, Tom McDonagh, Gary Millet, Gary Arndt. Back rowg Torn Brodowski, Bill Hellin, Coach-Mr. Hewitt, Reynold Wells, Tom Galanis. OPPONENT Trade Commerce Longmeadow Cathedral Classical Trade Commerce SCOREBOARD TECH OPPONENT 3 1 4 o 4 o 3 1 3 1 4 0 2 2 "Let the other twin wear the plaid skirt on Mondayf' 140 Ugg- 'Q f ss' fa-isnt' f Mr. Hewitt's alleymen, sparked by Tom Brodow- ski and Bill Helin, finished the season very respec- tively by taking the City Championship. Meeting most of their opponents successfully, Tech proved to be the power in the city. This year's team was a very Well-balanced one, with Tom Brodowski leading the scorers with respective averages of 103 and 98. In the first round, the alleymen had a sweep by de- feating all competition. This year's teams consisted of ten men, including five seniors and five juniors. W DUlUlU'DlLLlM' M y . .. -..Ann-1-4 'Jet ,533 .4-fy .. 'J " Y A "Let hcl' 1'-i-p-S" as it 5 Nd I ' ga x.. .-I' k Front row, left to rightg. Dave Sexton, Henry Huettnerg second row, Russell Streeter, Jack Kazmarski, Mike Byrne, Jim Eastman, Robert Horseyg third row, Robert Jarvis, Fred Hawley, John Lasher, Robert Brayton, Richard Klett, Alan Leiperg fourth row, Jim Phaneuf, Richard Kudulski, Peter Rouette, Roger Remillardg missing, William Anderson, Kenneth Knopka, Neil Stilphen. Tec h Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech SCOREBOARD West Side 4 Tech Classical I Tech Trade 3 Tech Trade I Tech Cathedral I Tech West Side 6 Tech Classical 6 Cathedral 2 West Side 7 Classical 2 Trade 4 Cathedral I West Side 4 The I960 Hockey season had sixteen scheduled games. This is the greatest number ot' games ever played in a single season in the City Hockey League. Seniors who will be hard to replace are goalie Henry Huettner, and defensemen Jack Kaczmarski, Bob Brayton, Bob Jarvis, Vic Matthew, and Ken Ka- nopka. The only frontliner who will be lost through graduation is Dick Kudelski. Two other forwards who will not be seniors, but will nevertheless leave the team to enroll at the new East Longmeadow High School in the fall are Fred Hawley, and Pete Rouette. With all of this talent leaving it seems necessary that the re- turning Tigers will have to greatly increase their ef- forts if next year's puck team hopes to improve on this year's record. if .gg mm 5' pf 'H "Look over your shoulder. . ." "Watch it! I got it. . . I think." 141 Opponent Place Winner Margin Yale 150 lb. freshmen Derby, Conn. Yale 112 lengths vs. Tech Yale 150 lb. freshmen 2nd Derby, Conn. Yale 4 lengths vs. Tech JV Andover vs. Tech Andover Andover 3 lengths Andover JV vs. Tech JV Andover Andover 2 lengths F. D. Roosevelt High School Springfield Tech 1 length vs. Tech F. D. Roosevelt High School Springfield Tech 3 lengths JV vs. Tech JV V -. 'bg r Tabor vs. Tech Springfield Tabor 2X3 length w Tabor JV vs. Tech JV Springfield Tech 3 feet J Hudson-Champlain Regatta New York morning heats - did not qualify for finals. -Tis 1, Shewsbury High School Shrewsbury Tech 2 lengths ' ' B vs. Tech Shrewsbury High School JV Shrewsbury Tech 1 length vs. Tech JV N.E.I.R.A. Regatta Shrewsbury Tech 6th Tech JV 5th 142 fambrrili if-I MM g-... 'f r. ...e -,.:,.pgs TL , Q sr. ,.....1 A "' ' m""""" Q, . F Y . 33 'A fs n af' X gain, MI V ee"f4v, B m.w . rhtrwie if if ' ska' ka Ev., A S . A- . 1 .wgife-me , . -Q f' fn, 1'. , K L , ,Ty g. is .QI sf Z , f , - r r-rr 2 - f ' Sin... , ja ' 31,3 - : xi A X -. - F ' H ,. g.L,wM 1 ' -eel.. ' - ' 3 M 1 3 """ Front row, left to right, Bob Freeman, Mike Flanagan, John Piela, Jim Ruane, Fred Linemari, Clayton Sibley, John Chaisson, Bill Foley, Bill Roberts, Neil Bisson, Elliot Stratton, second row, George Hil- bridge, Pete Roissing, Wayne Haase, Bill Braden, Mike Wrisley, Bob Keene, Bill Anderson, Dave Erd- man, Ernest Scagni, Milton Fillion, third row, Bob Cummings, Bob Jarvis, Bob Brayton, John Peyton, Dan Marceau, Dave Zollar, Linden Striker, George Olson, Clint Dugan, Dick Zahner, Harry Vatousiou. "What a crew of kids!'l Poughkeepsie, Tech placed 4th in ,t . W --in Clint Dugan and Mr. Zohner Q I "Amd t GX say i X, lqxflcif ill 5 J ,lf 3 ' 5.4 3 Q J V-QL.. H wnhiliwignzae rm ii .f 1.0 s 5 1 T at ,, f ,.,Lf,ff,f ww... . , 'if W, my , First row, left to rightg Dave Withee, Bill Piloquin, Doug Mayer, Carlo Orciari, Charles Vanzant, Fred Lewis, Mel Parsons, Ted Theocles, Arthur Zipes, Roy Lewis, Bob Berry, Tom Sorrel. Sec- ond rowg John Byam, Bruce Norington, Don Postell, Bruce King, Art Collier, Gilbert Hester, Dave MacDonald, Tom Tororello, Everitte Killbride, Lewy Williams, Fred Chapman, Roger G ranger, Dave Smith, Leslie Grant, Mike Lawlor, Mel Orcutt. Track "Time equals distance over rate." Tech Opponent Tech vs. West Springfield 68 40 , if I ., f V . 1.5 X mx I 'Tech vs. Wilbraham Academy 58 54 g ia, . if, V .pf ech vs. Drury 62 46 M M 1 ' -, -tl -Y ,ff 1 ,fr Tech vs. Classical 58 51 ,, f 3' E Vg, . If T, K, Tech vs. Cathedral 59 4K5 43Vz A . tif hi jgy 11 l Chicopee 28 7f10 A 't'A T T Tech vs. Pittsfield 68 37 City Championships Springfield College lst Western Mass. Champs Springfield College 1st New England Champs Boston 1st . k Fred Lewis won running broad jump and established a new i record with a jump of 23' 5". 4, , The Tech track team displayed impressive strength in all of its track and field events last year. ln a triangular meet with Chicopee and Cathedral, Tech came out on top. Fred Lewis proved to be the mainstay of the cindermen by gaining , ,, points in the hundred-yard dash, the two-hundred yard dash, "Hema that toothplck' ercules! and the broad jump. Fred established a new broad jump rec- ord in the New England meet with a jump of 23' 5',. g The cindermen finished up a successful year by being the New England Champs. Hs. .arf ,sixs 143 -",""I ' . . s . -J- f , 5 "','WK'svvsw1R0w'2f3BVQ.YR.'Y1'?"S'W1 Left to right, Bob Belcher, Bruce Belcher, Walter Galica, Dave Bontempo, Bob Albano, Peter Grazziano, Coach A1 Johnson. Golf is becoming one ot the most popular sports at Tech. This year's team was one of the best that Tech has ever had due to the fine coaching of Mr. Al Johnson. Tech's Greensters had an excellent season dropping only two matches. Tech ended the season by placing Sth in the Western Mass. Tournament at Ox- ford. Mass. Bob Albano, one of the most out- standing golfers to ever attend Tech High, represented Tech in the state tournament at Stoneham. Mass. Tech vs. Classical 12 Tech vs. Chicopee 716 Tech vs. Cathedral 12 Tech vs. Holyoke 12 Tech vs. Trade 17 Tech vs. Classical 1316 Tech vs. Cathedral 7 Tech vs. Mount Hermen 151: Tech vs. Chicopee 12 Tech vs. Holyoke 1012 Tech vs. Trade 15 J. Y. GOLF Tech vs. Commerce 18 Tech vs. Commerce 18 6 IOVZ 6 3 1 4-V 11 1415 6 712 O 2 0 O Western Mass. Golf Tournament at Ox- ford. Mass.. May 28, 1959. Tech came in 5th at the State Tournament at Stone- ham. Mass. 144 CG. Ho 25 'fu L x nk ,A T 4 'iN LJ B 1 - Q , Left to right, first row - Gary Legein, Norm Resnick, George Schlesinger, Mike Sturm, Ed Brown, Tom Kokuttg second row - Tony Gagliarducci, Joe Tho- mas, Horst Fei, Harry Derderian, Thaddeus Mason, Frank Podosek, Daniel Diamond, Coach Dick Bow- er. ' I f fi friiif? ',,' '1ff,ffp,gQ'Q V w ffff 'we' 4' 4 1:,ev Qf'!,f',', ff wwf f af f J e ff 1' Zfffa iff y ,M Aff ,ff ff ,I ,mf f , ,md if , f off, UQ, 4' J ' ' ' 532,51 'ff - f , A ff.,,'f, 122, 5 f f 7 ff, ,971 ,N ffffl, , V V 5? "ZW ' f W Iwff , 7 ,f ,' f f 2 Lf V 2,1 5" , fi-fi' X' L"'yf"5'1f2"iizffffi?'5l s I 1.1 4, "l'r'ffY . t , 4 Q 0 , U i ,,,,, .ig , , I4 a as 41'-1,1 ',',g- .-Q. f ff' f b f f1lyW,YZ-a,,',.., aff ,A " f ' 'HJ' H " --eff : - , - "" .Y-11 4" I' ws Y ' fir 4 1 ' lr 4 V at 4: 11 tif .MW vi 2 Tech 7 3 2 4 2 0 3 5 1 3 l 3 4 I Opponents Chicopee O Cdefaultj West Springfield 4 Longmeadow 5 Westfield 3 Greenfield 5 Longmeadow 7 Easthampton 4 West Springfield 2 Classical S Easthampton 4 Classical 6 Greenfield 4 Westfield 3 X 4559 2 5 Q Z ' V715 4 W. W ,V 4,7 W Wx Q' Mr. Bowler and Harry Derderian "That's the way the ball bounces." 145 ,A-"" Girls Sports QJQW' ,"' vlwf Q , b O M I .l Kneeling, left to right: Doreen Misco, Margaret Gray, Lorraine King, Doreen Dougherty, Diane Clark, Carol Blood, Carol Beaver, Carol Koseiw, Sylvia Baker, Diane Jordan. Standing, left to right: Miss Up- shaw, Barbara Pouliot, Louise Hesse, Shirley Schoppe, Anne Toper, Irene Areiszewski, Marion Brown, Valarie Mc Cray, Carol Payne, Jane Hunter, Mary Lou Dragone, Dorothy Fiske, Linda Balicki, Miss Ma- rotte. "Do you really think the boys will ap- preciate our muscles? Maybe we hurl bel- D '-1. YP'W"fW a sf ,J Q 1,5 f 1 X' 5 ifmw nf a ny A .. fx! I I 1 N I in 'bf'-1 ' V ff M ,MM fy , f X he u . df' , 414-1., f 7 1 WJ' .i af 1 L, Wi' fy H U V ' , , of I ' 'gf t HSn00p Snapd' 'AWhosc afrald of the big, had wolves?" "Over the Wm-k-ond I want you to road five books, give a critical zmalisis of Cach, and compare the personalities of the main characters." 45 ,zo f nw' 'X 'MXH' W f QZMMW if 1 Tj" V "' Tech 891,49 q E 35?-, Lrg. 25 ,X ix NX fa? SEX Ti' -S 2 - Q2 5' , 275- af, 'E 2157 fx K! ,4-5 " Rv' Af I Z xx f R i ' N Q o-1' Z Ni ' Q is if xi X 5 N if W 66 QQ 5, 0, ' oo CHARTER A PETER PAN BUS Congratulations to the Class of T960 Keep Your Group Together For Whatever You Plan , , 1183 Allen St. Spr1ngf1e1d, Mass Call Peter Pan RE 2-3173 COMPLIMENTS OF The Standard Electric Time Company SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 139 Chestnut St. Tel. RE 2-1108 Compliments of Harris pharmacy Maples luncheonette 2 Maple Street "lf lt's Drugs, HARRIS Has lt" Springfield in 1 W, Ap ..-... urUlI1UDUANK A SX. A more Acuitvemfnicomt, fsiiiictiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiisiviirs di mxhaf Zawya EW T ..wv"""' "Bank Dayl' at the TIGER SAVINGS BANK, a Junior Achievement Company, provides the opportunity for Technical High School stu- dents to save ahead for the things they need and Want. But the need for saving does not end with graduation. How you han- dle your money will play an important part in your happiness, for if you spend unwisely, you will find your money gone and your real goals still unattained. Make this important decision now--that you will save regularly. Tiger bank books may always be used at any S.I.S. office, or we will be glad to open a new book if you have none Springfield Institution For Savings 561 Sumner Avenue 63 Elm Street 844 State Street Springfield, Massachusetts 9 Springfield St. - Agawam, Mass. A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Czerniak Hardware Store East St. Ludlow ENTERTAINMENT? Make It Magic. L. , I 5, RICHARD HANSON Magician Q 795 Tinkham Rd. Telephone LY 6-4876 Wilbraham, Mass. SCHOOL Sz COLLEGE CAPS Sz GOWNS HOODS - CHORAL ROBES University Cap S Gown Co. Lawrence, Mass. 5 1232 Main St. Tel. 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Henry's Jewelry Store 208 Main Street Indian Orchard, Mass. LI 3-1891 and Kamuda Photos Rear Henry's Jewelry Store affix , Con rafulafions to Class of 1960 care any tu f IJ 9 . Friendly Teacher Agency Many thoughtful persons make their wills, I arrange pensions, annuities, and set up WOFthlHgtOH St. Spflflgflelill, MESS. insurance programs in advance of need. May we suggest it is also wise to pre- arrange funeral services. A personal call at the Dickinson-Streeter office is treated in strictest confidence. All questions about funeral requirements g are answeredg and, if advisable, complete arrangements can be made before the need arises. eds-Neo, v 'i z' . 'Q A FUNERAL SERVICE .5.9iCfeinson-csireeter GD. 305 Store Slreef, Springfield, Mass. GEORGE W. STREETER RICHARD C. STREETER - G. WALLACE STREETER. JR. Vocal Technique Repertoire STUDIO 62 Harrison Avenue Telephone RE 3-9140 Res. 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