Thompson Academy - Islander Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1973

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I 1973 """"l - "NNE Mr. George Wright Mr. Wright, the eleventh headmaster of Thompson Academy, concludes his third year in office this Spring. ln 1970 he was promoted from Director of Studies and succeeded Mr. Dibble as headmaster. Halfway through his first year as headmaster, the Main Building fire destroyed a major part of the school's records, the office complex, staff living quarters, and almost all of the existing classrooms. Mr. Wright was confronted with the difficult task of rebuilding facilities and restoring a system which he had taken control of just a few months earlier. February 1971 will not be easily forgotton, and neither will Mr. Wright be forgotton for his dedication to the school, for his energy in rebuilding it, and for his unwavering belief in its purpose-the guidance and development of young men. ,N ff lllflr 3 1 I5 fl -- ff f I fx. I V - x5 .:.':., l',l .gi a l l' .I . l 9 nip" x'Nxiu,. ,M?Ts5l,x,A,.x'x . 1 ' I z , " I 1 'a' in 'ilk-a K f 'fl ' Q Q if ff. ' hi' l Mrs. Nancy Wright Mrs. George Wright will be long remembered by the Class of 1973 for her enthusiastic support of all Thompson Academy activities. In addition to serving as hostess at many school functions, she has taught French, tutored, directed school plays, and served as advisor to the dramatics club. She has graciously remained our friend through many l crises, and she has encouraged us always to strive for self-improve- ment. To Mrs. Wright we offer thanks and best wishes for the future. 4 'Q DEDICATION ifef2i2',J.1 .. . 1, uv if- ,,, bl ff.. -. I1 I - l' '- A if Q. "a"""M Humax: ' Mrs. Wilhelmina Thomas Mrs. Mildred Baxter It would be almost impossible to list the many responsibilities that are carried out daily by these two dedicated ladies. Their efficiency and their genuine concern for the welfare of Thompson Academy is seen in everything they do. Always willing to help someone or share advice, Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. Thomas will forever hold a spe- cial place in our hearts. Keeping a school together is no easy task, but to these two ladies we give the most credit. The Class of 1973 is dedicating this yearbook to you who have dedicated yourselves to us. APPRECIATION .Vi 'r' E . ' P, K N 'gg F' Fur 532, .usxi Mrs. Paula Pinto A friend in need ...... We will forever remember Mrs. Pinto as a friend. She was always willing to help us and never asked for thanks in return. Mrs. Pinto was a great help in running our school newspaper, and we could not have been as successful without her. She was also our typing teacher, and, as ever, her patience was reassuring. She was there whenever we needed her, and now we have a chance to show our appreciation. From the Class of 1973, we thank Mrs. John D. Pinto. f?O'! 5 E QF ' . s,- H4 5 .5 X 'fi ' , ?f3"?fE'1"W' mctw ' ' 5157? , A 533. - . ' 1 4" J 'A . u aj tif f I. -as 'ix 1' A. A -' .J Rl 'S U -'R ,I-,,. x s f'.-Q rx u IN NIEIVICRIAIVI .fit .nf ' A " J 1 ,wif ,, ,. ip 'ir' .M-. ww-... glam-o...... .... if 'Q s 'env-rl'-v iw ,. ezmaf " fi. -Il , , ifg.A F' . i . N A2 .3 A -lx Mr. Robert Floane Kitching 1885 - 1 972 On November 7,1972, Thompson Academy lost its most loyal and long-serving member. Mr. Kitching had been a resident of Thompson's Island for 44 years and had lived through many changes in the school. An ardent supporter of our athletic teams, he attended games whenever he could. He was very fond of baseball and would rarely miss a home game. A devoted man, Mr. Kitching was held in high esteem by his many friends, both on and off the Island. lt is hard to express our feelings after the loss of such a man, but what we can do is remember him kindly. . Q . and we will. SPECIAL TRIBUTE Mr. Donald S. Merry As a coach, a teacher, an adviser, and a person, Mr. Merry has shared many experiences with us during our years at Thompson Academy. His respect for the needs of the student and the responsibilities of the faculty was felt by all. During his four years on the Island, Mr. Merry con- tributed much to the school's environment. He initiated the soccer program in 1968, and in that year he also helped coach the lacrosse team. An accomplished, all Midwest lacrosse player himself, Mr. Merry took over the job as head coach during the 1969-70 season. Whether on the playing field, in his math classes, or in any other aspect of Thompson life, Mr. Merry was respected for his fairness and honesty and kept things lively at times when nothing else could. The Class of 1973 is proud to be able to express gratitude to Donald Merry for all that he has been to us and all that he has done for us. 'I "1 M, II i ADMINISTRATION FACULTY STAFF John D. Pinto, Jr. ,Headmaster-Elect Director of Studies At the December 20,1972 meeting of the Thompson Academy Board of Trustees, John D. Pinto of Westerly, Rhode Island was named to succeed George Wright as Headmaster of the Academy. Mr. Pinto will assume the post in June 1973 as Thompson Academy prepares to enter a new phase of development that will enable the School and the Island to increasingly, and more effectively, fulfill the educational, social, and recreational needs of a growing number of needy students from the metropolitan Boston area. Mr. Pinto has served as the Director of Curriculum at the Academy for four of his six years of affiliation with the School. Additionally, he has served as Chairman of the Mathematics Department, Yearbook Adviser, and Dean of Students. He is a graduate of Tabor Academy, Columbia College, and the Honey- well Computer Institute, and has done additional graduate work at the University of Rhode Island and Boston University. P David D. Tura Director of Admissions and Development John F. Quinn Director of Guidance Raymond Thomas Assistant Headmaster Charles W. Baxter Administrative Assistant Robert McCIung Athletic Director Gerald Jordan Dean of Students I 1, n 4 1 f E X -vw vm. , A 29 " f ' xi. I -1 I 4 jr Mrs. Raymond Thomas Mrs. Charles Baxter Headmaster's Secretary School Secretary Mr. Allan R. Willis Science Department Chairman English Mr. William S. Peck Ci --- .N .1 Mr. Peter W. Weiss Miss Susan Sherwood Science Foreign Language X :fl Mr. Douglas Paige Mr. Rafael DeIVaIIe History Mathematics Mr. Thomas Wellwood Mr. John W. Horan Mathematics Coach Mr. Ralph M. Lindsey Mrs. Robert McCIung Medical Supervisor Librarian li Mr. Valerian Daigle Mrs. Valerian Daigle Chef Dining Room Supervisor Mr. Rene J. St. Pierre Mrs. Phyllis L. Champagne Assistant Chef Housekeeper ...SK Mrs. Edward Roberge Mr. Alan W. Brown Development Secretary Groundsman X-:ug fx- .. 1' X3 'f 2 3 4 Mr. Ben Brown Mr. Alphonse Grincavich Maintenance Groundsman Q 4 U- i 1 . I ' it - ,X ' ' ,K 1 K U if fx vt - " - it Av It Mr. Henry Collins Mr. William James Watchman Maintenance Mr. Roger Concannon Mrs. David D. Tura Boat Captain Hunter Ford Tura l?!""'E 22 Y? Q1 :VJ 5 f V iff? '1- 'Wf x x we 9 SM '15 if Q : - if f :Alina A4511 Q' 15? ', was V, .5 . VVHQ Q I ,A 'Yi .5 rg :faq ', ,, 74 4 6. L-..1 .M ., is A, I 'li-Q NS X Q94 SENIORS Daniel Barry Burlington, Massachusetts Nickname: Danny Occupation: Professional baseball Likes: Playing sports, drinking, Friday afternoons Dislikes: Bonehead walking in my room 50 times a day. Favorite Subjects: History, Math Cb-P T 1971-72: Varsity Baseball, Varsity Football 1972-73: Varsity Baseball, Varsity Football John T. Bittrich, Jr. Brighton, Massachusetts Nickname: John Occupation: Criminal Justice 2,?,Zfi3ILbH0ckeV' Gow' Stock Mmket CM' lP'eSide'm' Likes: A Girl, Wealth, Chess, The Ability ie Succeed Dislikes: Economics, Midterms Favorite Subjects: English, Algebra ll Gerald Louis Bonas Fairhaven, Massachusetts Nickname: Bonehead Occupation: Physical Education Teacher, Football Coach I U . , U n 1971-72: Varsity Lacrosse bikes: Visiting the Alves with .l.K., Football, Weight- llftmg. Dancing, Meeting New Girls 1972-73: Varsity Football, Weightlifting, Honor Roll Dislikes: Wearing Ties, Work Squad , Favorite Subjects: Biology, Health Robert Willie Bostic by New York, New York 1970-71: Junior Varsity Basketball, Junior Varsity Football, Chess Club, Varsity Lacrosse, Yearbook Nickname: Young Blood Staff, Newspaper Staff, Art Club, Weightlifting, Library Supervisor Occupation: Doctor 1971-72: Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football, Likes: Sports, Girls, Parties, Music, Drama, To See Varsity Lacrosse, Weightlifting, Chess Club, Art Club, Hiram Laugh, Rene, The Ski Slope lclotl Newspaper Staff, Yearbook Staff, Sociology Club Dislikes: South Boston, A Heavy Schedule, Friday 1972-73: Basketball, Varsity Football, Varsity La- Morning Breakfast, Daisy and Blitz, Work Squad crosse, Chess Club, Weightlifting, Afro-American Society Representative, Art Club, Yearbook Staff, Favorite Subjects: Math, Foreign Language, English Mail Coordinator, Seahawk Club Paul Brack South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Hippie Occupation: Undecided Likes: Long hair, Sports, Southie Dislikes: Knives, Crew cuts, Other people writing my history Favorite Subjects: History, Chemistry 1972-73: Weightlifting, Basketball, Baseball """""s....r Ferdinand A. Carangelo, Jr. Boston, Massachusetts 1969-70: English Award, History Award, Science Award, Honor Roll, Clifton Albee Scholarship, Class Representative in Student Government, Varsity Soc- cer, Varsity Baseball, Junior Varsity Basketball 197o-71: English Award, Math Award, Biology Award, Nlcknamer Ferd History Award, Honor Roll, Class President, Clifton I I Albee Scholarship, Honor Roll, Varsity Soccer, Var- Occupefleni Undeelded sity Baseball, Junior Varsity Basketball iCaptainl, I yea,-book Staff Likes: Uncle Fred and Mr. Merry, Sleep, Parties, Sports 1971-72: Saltonstall Scholarship Grant, Class Repre- I I I sentative in Student Government, Newspaper Sports DlSllkeS5 CleSSeS, IHIUN. end The Beef Editor, Yearbook Staff, Store Manager, Varsity Bas- I I I ketball, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Golf iCaptainl, Var- FeV0flte Subleefei BeSkefWeeVll'l9. V093 sity Soccer, Honor Roll 1972-73: Yearbook Sports Editor, Honor Roll, Class Representative in Student Government, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Golf, Store Manager ' 27 David Kenneth Carey South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Dave Occupation: Police Work Likes: Sports h Dislikes: Sunday Nights, Waiting Favorite Subjects: History, Woodworking '-'Wann 0-4"" vW"':A 1972-73: Weightlifting, Baseball Wayne Costa New Bedford, Massachusetts Nickname: Hop 1970-71: Biology Award, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse Occupation: Undecided 1971-72: Junior Varsity Basketball, Yearbook Staff Likes! Girls. SPOYYS, lVlUSiC 1972-73: Varsity Soccer, Junior Varsity Basketball, Dislikes! Plastic People, Set Sfal1d3fdS Varsity Lacrosse Favorite Subjects: Biology Michael Connor South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Mike Occupation: Civil Service Likes: Sports,Southie Dislikes: Sunday nights, The Island, Freaks Favorite Subjects: Math, History 5 I , ig' 1 v W 3 f G 1972-73: Weightlifting, Baseball, Senior project Ulysses Harrell Boston, Massachusetts 1931- .AL Nickname: S.T. and Uly Ixggggnsoccer' Yearbook Photographer' Occupation: Sociologist and Psychologist 1972-73, Varsity Soccer Yearbook Photographer Likes: Girls, Parties, Dancing, Night Clubs, Sports gZiig?yrttgE:?g2LmZn6?Tti'sldgg1r:iSI E'f:sf'f'0'Ame'lca" Dislikes: A Pig for a Roommate, lvloochers Favorite Subjects: English and History Nikolay Hersey 1- Melrose, Massachusetts Nickname: Nick Occupation: Undecided Likes: My Mother, Good Food, Friends, Mr. Merry, Dot, Lacrosse, Music Dislikes: Cookies, Ties, Melrose Girls, Letter Writ- ing, Church, Mr. Baxter Favorite Subjects: English, Spanish, Biology 'V 'slung- 1969-70: Soccer, Class Treasurer, English Award, Civics Award, Honor Roll 1970-71: Soccer, Lacrosse, Class Treasurer, Newspaper Staff, English Award, Spanish Award, Honor Roll 1971-72: Soccer, Lacrosse, Hockey, Newspaper Staff, Yearbook Literary Editor, Spanish Award, English Award Saltonstall Scholarship Award 1972-73: Soccer, Lacrosse, Class Representative, News- paper Staff, Yearbook Literary Editor Carl Larson Natick, Massachusetts Nickname: Crazy Carl Occupation: Being a Nut! 1971-72: Hockey Likes: German, Girls, Cars, Mouse, Restaurant, and 1972-73: Football, Hockey The Boat Dislikes: Cities, Fixing my Car Favorite Subjects: Oceanography, German John Luciano Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: "Lucky" Occupation: Electrician Likes: EIectricity,,G0If, Ham Radig 1972-73: Golf, Electronics Club lPresidentl, Chess Club Dislikes: Getting up for breakfast Favorite Subjects: Science, IVIath Albert J. Moritz Woonsocket, Rhode Island 1969-70: Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey Nickname: Mouse 1970-71: Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey, Occupation: Physical Education Teacher, Pro Soccer Junior Varsity Baseball, Student Representative Likes: Tonka Trucks, Building Blocks, Girls, Fast Cars 1971-72: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Baseball, Oceanography Award Dislikes: Hospitals, Doctors, Beautiful Married Women Homework 1972-73: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Base- ball, Secretary of the Yearbook Favorite Subjects: History, English, Health Michael David Munn Roxbury, Massachusetts Nickname: Sammy, Uncle Mickie, Munn Occupation: Architectural Designer Likes: E.J.K., Sports, Plays, Interesting Books, Competition, Cloe's Dome, Snoopy Dislikes: Lising, Reading Mr. Peck's Boring Books, Stupid Arguments with Phil Scott Favorite Subjects: Math, English 1969-70: Junior Varsity Football, Hockey, Junior Varsity Baseball, Freshman Class Secretary, Student Council, Clifton E. Albee Scholarship Award, Honor Roll 1970-71: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Secretary of Sophomore Class, Exec- utive Member of Student Council, Saltonstall Scholaru ship Award, Yearbook Staff, Honor Roll, Newspaper Staff lAssistant Editorl 1971-72: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball lMost Valuable Player Awardl, Honor Roll, Varsity Lacrosse, Junior Class Vice President, C Dorm Monitor Newspaper Staff, Yearbook Staff, Executive Member of Student Council, Saltonstall Scholarship Award 1972-73: Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Seahawk Club, Senior Class Vice President, Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook Staff, Afro-American Society, Senior Class Representative 1969-70: Junior Varsity Football, Hockey, Varsity Lacrosse, Class Representative, Student Council 1970-71: Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Vice President Sophomore Class, Student Council Member 1971-72: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball lBest Defense Awardl, Varsity Lacrosse lCaptainl, Class President, Newspaper Editor, Dorm Monitor, History Award 1972-73: Varsity Soccer l Best Defense Awardl, Var- sity Lacrosse, Class President, Newspaper Editor, Busi- ness Manager of the Yearbook, Vice President of the Afro-American Society, Student Representative, Exec- utive Student Council, English Award, Chess Club Michael Rose Melrose, Massachusetts Nickname: M.A.R.S. Occupation: Doctor Likes: Jil, Sports, Weekends, Black Culture, Having Money Dislikes: The Army, Ugly Girls, Long Boring Weeks Being Broke Favorite Subjects: l don't like any but hate history the least ii Alan McKenzie Salesman Roxbury, Massachusetts f f in 'I ,M Nickname: AI Occupation: Undecided , . - - 1972-73: Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Var- Llkes. Trudy, Qolorado, Sports, Girls, E.J.K- 0hI0 sity Lacrosse, Seahawk Club, Afro-American Society Players, IntereStII19 Books Representative, Senior Representative, Honor Roll, l l I I Yearbook Staff Dislikes: Favorltlsm, Languid Minds, Mike Munn's Door, No Money Favorite Subjects: History -18 A i 5 A 1 il 5 , 1 X. 1969-70: Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Student Council Member, Art Club 1970-71: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Student Council Representative, Honor Roll 1971-72: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball lMost Improved Player Awardl, Varsity Lacrosse, lBest Defense Awardl, Honor Roll, Advanced Biology Award, English Award, Geometry Award, American Abroad Student lA.F.S.l, New Dorm Supervisor, Student Coun- cil, Class Treasurer, Newspaper Staff 1972-73: Varsity Football lCaptain, Best Lineman Awardl, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff, Afro-American Society, Stu- dent Council, Class Treasurer, Honor Roll, Seahawk Club, Whist Club Phillip scott Roxbury, Massachusetts Nickname: Hulk Occupation: Lawyer Likes: Food, the "CIoes", Head, Dot, Watching Hiram Drop Dislikes: Nlr. Tura's Mod Clothes Favorite Subjects: History Xavier Glen Scott Newark, New Jersey Nickname: X. G. Occupation: Black Leader Likes: Gwen, Sports, Being With My Family, Interesting Books , Dislikes: Favoritism Favorite Subjects: Chemistry, Art, Geometry 1970-71: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basket- ball, Junior Varsity Baseball, Junior Athlete Award, Music Club, Newspaper Staff, Honor Roll 1971-72: Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball lMost Improved Player Awardl, Varsity Lacrosse, Assistant Editor of the Yearbook, Whist Club, Chess Club, Sea- hawk Club, Music Club, Weightlifting Club, Class Officer Honor Roll 1972-73: Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball lCaptain, Best Defensive Playerl, Varsity Lacrosse, Class Officer, Afro-American Society Officer, Newspaper Staff, Sports Writer for Yearbook, Whist Club, Seahawk Club, Honor Roll James Seaman Newport, Rhode Island Nickname: Woosh 1971-72: Varsity Basketball, Electronics Award, varsity Lacrosse Occupation: Electronic Engineer 1972-73: Varsity Football Varsity Lacrosse Likes: Girls, Sports, Tillie, Smiiizzzoke, Weight- Honor I l Black Art Dislikes: Getting up in the morning, Being broke Favorite Subjects: Chemistry, Art, Geometry Charles Bernal Smith, Jr. Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: C.B.S. Occupation: Teacher, Pro Ball Likes: Grace, To beat D. Marr at the store, The Cloe's Head Dislikes: Phil Scott snoring like a bear at three in the morning Favorite Subjects: English, History 42 1969-70: Junior Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Bas- ketball lHigh Scorer Awardl, Junior Varsity Baseball, Junior Athlete Award, Drama Club, Student Council. Class Officer: 1970-71: Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball lHigh Scorer Awardl, Varsity Lacrosse, Student Council, Class Officer 1971-72: Varsity Football lMost Valuable Player Awardl, Varsity Basketball lCaptain, High Scorer Awardl, Var- sity Lacrosse lHigh Scorer Awardl, Varsity Athlete Award, Newspaper Staff, Student Council, Yearbook Staff, Class Officer, Chess Club, Music Club, New Dorm Supervisor, Weightlifting, Photography Club 1972-73: Varsity Football lCaptain, Nlost Valuable Player Awardl, Varsity Basketball lCaptain, Offense Awardl, Varsity Lacrosse, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff, Student Council, Class Officer Mark Raymond Stevens Lynn, Massachusetts Nickname: Einstein 1971-72: Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Seahawk Club, Chess Club, Math 54 Award, Spanish Award, English 6 Occup-HIi0l11 SYSTBFTIS AHGUYST Award Likes: Sports, Mathematics, Girls 1972-73: Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Seahawk Club, Senior Project, Language Award Dislikes: Breakfast, Missed lay-ups, Clean-ups Favorite Subjects: Mathematics, Languages Hiram Rodney Thompson, lll Dorchester, Massachusetts Nickname: Runt Occupation: Communications Electronics Likes: Earlene, Lottie, Olga, Karate, Swimming, Getting Off the Island Dislikes: Coming back to the Island, Leaving Earlene Favorite Subjects: Math, Woodworking f7' ,-s953!7'5?W it 1969-70: Junior Varsity Football, Hockey, Lacrosse 1970-71: Varsity Football, Hockey, Lacrosse 1971-72: Geometry Award, Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Lacrosse 1972-73: Varsity Football, Lacrosse mi ull--. 'N CLASS 0F 1973 - 12" ,-rv .-44151 - 198' ' 4 SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SOPHOMORES 1 lbs... ROW 1: Pratt, T.: McClure, T.: Marr, D.: Rose, D.: Gerrish, W. ROW 2: Neal, E.: Scott, S.: Panniello, T.: Reed, C.: McCarthy, D ROW 3: Danforth, R.: Benjamin, J.: Michaud, W.: Davison, G. l , I lf-'L V ' . f'J"':ff1'- 3'7.f"ji-f',4.7y.:' '- Milli ROW 1: Smith, M.: Barboza, S.: Ross, E.: Quinn, J.: Casey, R.: Seaman, P.: Willis, A. ROW 2: Bandera, R.: Adams, H.: Blackiemore, M.: Gallagher, J.: Duarte, A.: Wolusky, J.: Clavery, R ROW 3: Norton, R.: DiMaggio, J.: Reynolds, W.: Claytor, A.: DiMascio, E.: Frechette, R.: Riley, D. 3.1-me V..-Q,-v NA,, .... - ,L . I 7,41 1 '55 if An 3, ,I . 4., I, , zz? wg' Q .nf i"?!?1?fI gc! ., . :yr- .Q ',d5'1'l,'o ' "QP ,"- 2,1 ' . ' Yo' M 4 "J, 4"a'o ,444 lil ... Q, ,.4 . 1 ,Q szftf-tfmzfze: Q-s....,, Uv! X 4 .. 0' , .ll ' . 2 si ffr?f+',f'.!7- Q:-.v , . 2 ff 5 ,I 7 'Q swf? i. 195.2431 ,.j2,5'Z? igf we .niet 2 V. Q-iq +- 'Hwm 4 ' ' ' 5 195 I',g'gj .f0',f5'-f.f,.g- - ,jg ' ' ghr--n 9: :4,:'-'K"" ' if 'f-t-5225 7 2 arm-'e"Zh af' ' .mg 5Qf.,g,?.j. I" 31? rum -.. ur ,, " vvf..-'7" 'V ,- Q . ' 0 ' 4 K 'L' 3 ' ' ' f fl 1312 fr r -if . j ' .212 ' L 1 x s 1 V 1, K ?'1 ' fi' ' fi. ag A . , 1 I Q ' '1 5 X' - . . 4- ,argl Fw. I ' ' ! 5 F -f-12' fffiiii' - 4 -21 N Liu., 1-"" .. 'NV gy, N X Q M fe 'xx i J 4 . ., -' f ft, ' V V ' 5?1f4f,m.,,, x A H C' - ATHLETICS 51 QQ FOOTBALL .l 1 X M 1,5 'l M10 7 ,Q ROW 1: Thompson, H.: Bostic, R.: Scott, P. lCaptainl: Smith, C. lCaptainl: Seaman, J.: Larson, C. ROW 2: Coach McClung, Ouinn, J.: Scott, X.: Willis, A.: Seaman, P.: Adams, H.: Barboza, S.: Coach Wellwood ROW 3: Barry, D.: Bonas, G.: DiMaggio, J.: Marr, D.: Clavery, R. lManagerl The 1972 Thompson Academy football team was lead by Senior Co-captains Charles Smith and Phillip Scott to an improved 4 win 4 loss season. Although the Seahawks were faced with personnel problems throughout the sea- son, the sixteen players who remained with the team until the end of the season performed impressively. The fact that the Thompson team was never defeated by a large margin, even by schools with many times Thompson's enrollment, reflects credit upon Head Coach Robert McClung, his enthusiastic assistants William Smart, Thomas Wellwood, and Rafael DelValle, and each of the players who contributed so much time, energy, and enthusiasm. The Academy is indeed proud of them. Thompson Academy Opponents 7 Hull High School 0 13 Duxbury High School 15 O Hull High School 16 32 Hyde School 7 6 Lawrence Academy 14 12 St. Sebastian's Country Day S. 17 12 Tyngsboro High School 0 28 Winchendon Academy 14 52 ,Zi jg' . SOCCER 155 ROW 1: DiMascio, E.: Gallagher, J.: Wolusky, J.: Stevens, M.: Moritz, A.: Hersey, N.: Frechette, R. ROW 2: Coach Peck, Gerrish, W.: Rose, D.: Rose, M.: Harrell, U.: Norton, R.: Coach Quinn ROW 3: Michaud, W.: Bandera, R.: Riley, D.: Ross, E.: Reed, C. The Thompson Academy soccer team faced its 1972 schedule with a new coaching staff and a squad which was largely composed of new, untried players. Never- theless, Coaches William Peck and John Quinn, assisted by Co-captains Mark Stevens and Ferdinand Carangelo, molded together a strong team. Although the Seahawks ended the season with a 5-6-1 record, the wins and .losses only partially reflect the con- sistently superior Iay of Co-captain Carangelo lM.V.P., 13 goals, 9 assists? goalie Michael Rose lbest defensive playerl, and Junior fullback John Wolusky lmost im- proved playerl. 54 The team line-up featured Nick Hersey and Ulysses Harrell on the wings. Mark Stevens and John Gallagher filled the inside wing positions, while Fred Carangelo worked from the center position. Mike Rose anchored the team in goal, with fullbacks John Wolusky and Bob Frechette providing defensive help in front of him. Flanked by Buddy DiMascio and Wayne Costa, Al Moritz controlled the play at midfield from his halfback posi- tion. Although Thompson is losing four-year lettermen Fred Carangelo, Nick Hersey, Mike Rose, Ulysses Harrell, Mark Stevens, Al Moritz, and Wayne Costa to the col- lege ranks, Head Coach Peck is optimistic for the 1973 season. Thomgson Academy Oggonents 6 New Preparatory S. 1 Beaver Country Day S. 3 Portsmouth Abbey 7 St. Andrew's School 1 Moses Brown School 3 Lawrence Academy Providence Country 0 Day School 0 Milton Academy Marianapolis Prep. 0 School 1 Christian High S. 4 Belmont Hill School 1 Winchendon Academy BASKETBALL ROW 1: Smith, M.: Stevens, M.: Smith, C.: Reynolds, W.: Salesman, A. ROW 2: Scott, X.: Willis, A.: Blackiemore, M.: Brack, P.: Scott, P. ROW 3: Munn, M.: Ross, E. lManagerl Missing from picture: Keating, W.: Obrien, F. The 1972-73 Seahawk basketball team was an effective and balanced blend of talent and energy. High scoring forwards, Chuck Smith and Mike Munn, shared the re- bounding chores with Strong-man center Mike Blackie- more. The back court men, Bill Reynolds and Mark Stevens, demonstrated spectacular play-making through- out the season, and whether they were directing a control offense, or sparking a fast break, they provided reliable team leadership. The season's record of nine wins and six losses, coupled with a dramatic near-victory in the 1973 Bay State Tour- nament, provided season-long excitement for the Thomp- son fans. The Seahawks often faced teams representing schools with vastly larger enrollments than the seventy boys of Thompson Academy, particularly in the year end tournament, but the Thompson team was rarely defeated and never outplayed. 56 Thompson Academy 79 61 76 90 63 60 72 57 73 59 66 66 83 62 92 95 64 56 Opponent Huntington Prep Duxbury High School St. Andrew's School Cambridge School St. Sebastian's St. Andrew's School Providence C.D. Huntington Prep Gate of Heaven Moses Brown Roxbury Latin Tabor Academy Christian High S. New Prep Cambridge School Bay State Tournament Scores Immaculate Con. Sandwich High S. Rockport High S. 'Q , ,,g,..J , . Cla' Y A.- X er 5 FW I4 ,ff 9 f ' ,M A, ,,,.--- Z, if 'v ..Q.. .- 5'-.. A.--'VJ A-X M .gmvsgy 44 ,X N, Aux Qi "T"""" J. V. BASKETBALL . ROW 1: Gallagher, J.: Bostic, R.: Rose, D.: Neal, E.: Costa, W.: Pratt, T. ROW 2: Willis, A.: Feeney, B.: Reed, C.: Seaman, P.: Clavery, R.: Adams, H. ROW 3: Claytor, A. lManagerl. For the third consecutive year, the Thompson Aca- demy Junior Varsity Basketball Team lost no more than two games during its three-month season. Coach Allan Willis again molded a disciplined team that utilized the speed, height, and playmaking ability of its various play- ers to the fullest. Sophomore Steve Scott was high scorer for the season in addition to supplying countless rebounds and strong defensive support in the key. Arnold Willis, Paul Seaman, David Rose, and Harold Adams, all underclassmen, contributed significantly in each of the then victories and all should expect to see varsity action next season. Thompson Academy Opponent 43 Huntington Prep 35 St. Andrew's School 33 St. Sebastian's 54 Shaw School 52 St. Andrew's School 38 Providence C. D. 52 Huntington 24 Moses Brown 44 Gavin School 37 Roxbury Latin 41 Tabor Academy 38 Christian High S. 46 Cambridge School ALUMNI GAME -I '1 'Q K f-.f .V I 1-- Z' if ,w.,,' N x 5 5 2 VK -f , LJ HOCKEY 5 1' . 1 . ' ' 9 Q 5 l f 'EFL ,,,g Eggs Iffiwllflfflls l ia j rf. .1 fx 'Till 1 ROW 1: DiMaggio, J.: DiMascio, E.: Casey, R.: Riley, D. ROW 2: Marr, D.: Carangelo, F.: Thompson, H.: Rose, M. ' ROW 3: Gerrish, W. lManagerl: Hersey, N.: Benjamin, M.: McClure, T.: Coach Paige The Thompson Seahawks started their season in early January and skated poorly. By the end of the month things looked better. Although Thompson did not win any games, the players thoroughly enjoyed the season. It must also be noted that Thompson lost six of 12 games by one goal. Coach Paige molded together two strong lines out of his 15-man squad. Captain Bob Casey anchored the defense and was always a scoring threat. The first line consisted of Doug Marr, Dan Riley, and Fred Carangelo. The line provided Thompson with most of its offensive power. The second line featured Mike Benjamin at center with Buddy DiMascio and Tom McClure taking up the wings. The defensive pairs were Bob Casey and Tony Duarte with Joe Quinn and Hiram Thompson defending for the second line. In light of the fact that Thompson only skated three hours per week, the team improved immeasurably. The Seahawks will only lose high scorer Fred Carangelo through graduation and the chances for a winning season next year are quite good. O N41 , m, ,IV . 5-. L fu 5 an QQ' i 2 f -ZW .n . g.,,A,,mf 45 "V 'VI' ' an . 1 E W if M3 52753 QSIEFQ5 Qt' BASEBALL ROW 1: Reed, C.: Stevens, M.: Gallagher, J.: DiMaggio, J.: Carey, D. ' ROW 2: Benjamin, M.: Feeney, B.: Connor, M.: Conte, M. ROW 3: DiMascio, E.: Reynolds, W.: Wolusky, J.: Keating, W. The 1973 Thompson Academy baseball team includes much new talent, and Coaches Allan Willis and John Horan expect to have a highly successful season. Returning lettermen Bill Reynolds, Mark Stevens, Brian Feeney, and John Gallagher complement sluggers Mike Connor, Matt Conte and Joe DiMaggio, pitching wizards Calvin Reed and Bill Keating, and fielding stalwarts John Wolusky, Mike Benjamin, and David Carey. If the Seahawk nine can play with the enthusiasm and unity demonstrated by the 1972 team, they will reflect only the highest credit on Thompson Academy athletics. LACROSSE -U . af? - -V V N - , . 5 M 1 ,x S -..ar 1 '.5.J- 0 . , 0- ,I-D 1, :il 1.-3 , ' - ' " ' s .....-.af ROW 1: Rose, D.: Thompson, H.: Smith, C.: Rose, M.: Scott, X.G.: Hersey, N.: Scott, S. ROW 2: Coach DelValle: Duarte, A.: Adams, H.: Seaman, P.: Smith, M.: Salesman, A.: Bostic, R.: Coach McCIung. ROW 3: Seaman, J.: Scott, P.: Munn, M. The 1973 lacrosse team, coached by Robert McCIung and Rafe DelVaIIe, is faced with a challenging schedule that includes Tabor Academy, Moses Brown, Noble and Greenough and Rivers Country Day. Fortunately, the twenty-two man squad includes six four-year lettermen, and several highly talented newcomers. An unusually early spring has afforded the lacrosse team two extra weeks of practice time, and hopes are high for an undefeated season. .6 ,- 1 2 , F . '15, was v .F L E fs W4 " '-'.- ,nfl ,fra-ag 2. 'f nun ln .JI M .- 4.. 4 up 4 U3 ACTIVITIES AFRO-AIVIERICAN SOCIETY This year at Thompson an Afro-American Society was initiated. lt has proven very worthwhile in that it projects a "big brother" image to many of the young black students. The founder of the Society, Ulysses Norman Harrell, was elected president. The other officers included: Vice President Michael Rose, Secretary X.G. Scott, and Treasurer Mark Smith. The rep- resentatives are Alan Salesman and Robert Bostic. The main goal of the Society was to bring about cooperation and understanding between the black students on the Island. 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E Y Q Q' ," -Q.. -,K x 1 , .Q NN .W SEXY I ,vw ' - ff A f A 4 ' + ' 4 ,S t 4 N i 'Au- , M .W , ff Q A ., I ' ' " a" ' 3+ .ff X' : - A 3' 1' - .,wg , v xx, X' 4 me 4. . f 1 4 .L AVu.f ,- - 1 f , S I ff, 'S 43. H w -1 ' ' 4 x " . . 1- f ,. I ' N ..'.. Aj 44 . - I . ' is Q RMA ,f -5 AT., -'q ' 1 -f' .1 Q' J' M f . ! ? I ,- ' s. '- Y -' """ '1 ,ls ' wg ' 47 ' ' A 1 v. I 1 .. NK " S 1- U W 3 5 5 BOARD OF TRUSTEES CALVIN PAGE BARTLETT Chairman of the Corporation Ben Ames Williams, Jr., President George Lewis, Vice President Henry Lyman, Vice President Bartlett Harwood, Jr., Treasurer John B. Pierce, Jr., Secretary Eleanor C. Canavan, Asst. Treasurer John O. Adams Calvin Page Bartlett Thomas G. Brown, Jr. Walter M. Cabot Nathaniel T. Dexter Patrick Grant Hon. Henry M. Leen Philip H. Lord Arthur G. Miller, Ed. Joshua L. Miner Ill Hon. Joseph S. Mitch ell, J Edward V. Osberg Guido R. Perera, Jr. Robert Stone Raymond Thomas Howland S. Warren David D. Wicks Moses Williams I' SCHOOL DIRECTORY SOPHOMORE CLASS JUNIOR CLASS' 74 Danforth, Ronald Davison, Gregory Feeney, Brian Gerrish, Wayne Marr, Douglas McCarthy, Donald McClure, Thomas Neal, Eddie Panniello, Thomas Powell, Stephen Pratt, Timothy Reed, Calvin Rose, David Scott, Stephen Zupofska, David Adams, Harold Bandera, Robert Barboza, Stanley Blackiemore, Michael Casey, Robert Clavery, Roderick Claytor, Archie Conte, Matthew DiMaggio, Joseph DiMascio, Eugene Duarte, Antonio Frechette, Robert Gallagher, John Keating, William Norton, Robert O'Brien, Frederick Quinn, Joseph Reynolds, William Riley, Daniel Ross, Erroll Schaufus, David Seaman, Paul Smith, Mark Willis, Arnold Wolusky, John 19 Lithgow Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 312 E. Washington Street, Hanson, Mass. 02341 1 Ross Place, South Boston, Mass. 02127 128 Bay Street, Hull, Mass. 02045 10 Emerson Pl., Charles River Park, Boston, Mass. 02114 617 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. 02118 321 Dorchester Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 10 Sterling Square, South Boston, Mass. 02127 6 Glendale Drive, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060 32 Morrison Street, Medford, Mass. 02155 1302 Commonwealth Avenue, Allston, Mass. 02124 Cheshire County Turnpike Rd., Drewsville, New Hampshire 03604 87 West Cottage St., Roxbury, Mass. 02125 32 O'Bierne Place, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 138 Orton Marotta Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 1170 Tremont Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02120 8 Fernald Terrace, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 60 Archdale Road, Roslindale, Mass. 02131 7 Orton Marotta Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 86 M Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 445 Macon Street, Brooklyn, New York 11233 97 Ruthven Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02121 98 Woburn Street, Reading, Mass. 01867 561 East Sixth Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 97 Dakota Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 63 Dewey Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 1198 Stratford Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn. 06607 89 Parker Street, Chelsea, Mass. 02150 109 Joyce Hayes Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 180 Tremont Street, Duxbury, Mass. 02332 169 West Ninth Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 1 King Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02122 34 Sydney Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02125 18 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 54 Copeland Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 3557 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 02130 35 Cowie Street, Newport, Rhode lsland 02840 25 Msgr. Reynolds Way, Boston, Mass. 02118 434 Mt. Pleasant Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15214 P. O. Box 127, South Boston, Mass. 02127 SENIOR CLASS Barry, Daniel Bittrich, John Bonas, Gerald Bostic, Robert Brack, Paul Carangelo, Ferdinand Carey, Wayne Connor, Michael Costa, Wayne Harrell, Ulysses Hersey, Nikolay Larson, Carl Luciano, John Moritz, Albert Munn, Michael Rose, Michael Salesman, Alan Scott, Glen Scott, Phillip Seaman, James Smith, Charles Stevens, Mark Thompson, Hiram 13 Maryvale Road, Burlington, Mass. 01803 32 Oak Square Avenue, Brighton, Mass. 02135 77 Harding Road, Fairhaven, Mass. 02719 34-35 12th Street, Long lsland City, N.Y. 11101 66 Orton Marotta Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 382 North Street, Boston, Mass. 02113 8 Burke Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 31 Patterson Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 42 Rounds Street, New Bedford, Mass. 02740 P. O. Box 127, South Boston, Mass. 02127 160 Forest Street, Melrose, Mass. 02176 49 Grove Road, Natick, Mass. 01760 11 Druid Hill Avenue, Burlington, Mass. 01803 485 Pond Street, Woonsocket, R. I. 02895 41 Walnut Park, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 160 Forest Street, Melrose, Mass. 02176 75 Homestead Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02121 92 Seventh Avenue, Newark, N.J. 07104 32 O'Bierne Place, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 35 Cowie Street, Newport, R. l. 02840 25 Msgr. Reynolds Way, Boston, Mass. 02118 60 Burrill Avenue, Lynn, Mass. 01902 20 Ames Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 Barry, Daniel Bittrich, John Bonas Gerald Bostic, Robert Brack, Paul Carangelo, Ferdinand Carey, David Connor, Michael Costa, Wayne Harrell, Ulysses Larson, Carl Luciano, John Moritz, Albert Munn, Michael Rose, Michael Salesman, Alan Scott, Glen Scott, Phillip Seaman, James Smith Charles Stevens, Mark Thompson, Hiram SENIOR PLANS Middlebury College Northeastern University Loyola College lMontreall Graham Junior College University of Massachusetts Villanova University U. S. Army U. S. Postal Service Southeastern Massachusetts University Northeastern University General Motors School Coyne Institute Johnson 84 Wales College Boston College Boston University United States Air Force Academy Fairleigh Dickinson University Boston University Hampton Institute St. Thomas More School Brown University Graham Junior College PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. 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Its set- ting on Thompsonis island, aE357fagirgQ vvilderness pre- serve located in Boston .Harbor,hagi2effered to its stu- dents a range of opportunity unmatched by any other American school. fschoolwpriggrimity to Boston provides the boys with direct expigedfitogqtlte resources of a large city, yet island's5rQfflQ3!ll"lrem. thivmain- land provides an atmosphere tltatfootilliines aallhse gf adventure with a sense -of community. 1a It ,F . QA .ff- The school's uniqueness lies iniitavariety ,ofrstuderrts from different backgrounds. Many ef the have-have experienced difficulties because of problems ,theirf-., previous environments. The goal is to illflhiifailuf' 3. dents a chance to develop their POt8f1Tlll?ill'll'BQl'llhl1-g .45 4 able learning environment. lf they- demonstaah' cf-Q willingness to take advantage of the V forded them, they are welcomed. 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I 1 1 ' 1 5 , . -. . r .' ' I, ' ' 1' .. LI, -L I,a',.41' . 4 , f -. ' 1, .' 4- 'I 1 . I1 '- . '1 I',.' I .1.14:1H,Iz' I 1 I Iv.. ' 1-,,12'5zv,.. iq- ' 1 ' ' 1 f -' K 'fy' 1-1 f .r 1 14. I, I '1 .Iv ,.1II.:I ' ' 5.1.-' , - . I 4, , .,, 1 ' lg , ,I . . 1 1. 1 - ., ,my 11, -1 ' 1.-r...-f .1-. Thompson from ambitious acter and can be Box 6617! 328- in order to affords thorough evaluation, a scholarship aid form forms, and a persona are considered, in plication form, by an which includes the of admissions, and three I I emy. The Admissions Office from 8:30 - 4:30 weekdays, appoint- ments must be arranged in advaneedby tele- phone. xi 1 Faculty 'Q 7 1 Thompson A demy faculty includes fourteen teachers, and a varying number of part-time aides, and technicians, -each of whom is to the positive development of young men. D. Pinto was appointed headmaster in June after serving as director of curriculum for four six previous years of affiliation with the school. of Tabor Academy and Columbia College, graduate work at the Honeywell Computer Insti- University of Rhode Island, and Boston Uni- Mr. P. . . . dude into is representative of most Thomp faculty members Many have had teach nt experience in leading private boarding all have graduated from superior colleges and lmost with graduate degreesl, and every and staff member has fully demonstrated his expertise and commitment to compassion- before being appointed to his position. Schools Attended Undergraduate Graduate Columbia Harvard Williams Boston University Maine University of Rhode Island Lehigh University of Connecticut George Williams Acadia University of Rhode 'Island Honeywell Institute Acadia Western State Denison University of Massachusetts Western State Northeastern Northeastern Yale Middlebury 79? Fr' g .Ttiomnso n BQYI. tothesons local, ditions' 'brought about by and therefore unable to supply to their pre-for early adolesce A number of philanthropic in 1813 to establish a "home for such provide themf with food, shelter, tion. Descendants of many of the demy Board of Trustees. - A Z " L.."ff'?if ln 1832, a second, similarly orientedgscliool independently incorporated as the School, and Thompson's lsland in Boston Harbor purchased from the city of Dorchester for its settingsl, Because the objectives of the Boston Asylum.foii' indigent Boys and the Boston Farm School were much alike, and because the living facilities of metasyiurai were becoming increasingly crowded in its single building in Boston's West End, a joint petition WGS PN- Act uniting the two schools into one, the Boston Asyf lum and Farm School for lndigent Boys. V The assets of the former Asylum School were liqui- dated, and thus, a solid financial base upon which the new school would establish its future growth was prof vided. The new school continued to serve needy boysf of good character and to provide a year-round home, academic instruction, and a thorough appreciation of manual and industrial arts and the principlesrof agri- culture. During the 19th century the school enlarged its campus, its combined academiclagriculturallvocational program and its student body and staff. In 1907, the school name was changed to the Farm and Trades Schoolg however, the school's orientation and program remained unchanged. One of the most distinctive extracurricular activities of the early Farm and Trades School had its -inception in 1857. According to school historian Raymond W. Stanley, some 12 boys were casually amusing selves one afternoon creating musical sounds through combs covered with tissue paper. .V They were soon. joined by three boys with violins, and this group of 15 began to schedule informal meetings on,a regular basis. In THE FOUR THOMPSONS, Stanley writes: "A bass violin, saxhorn, cornopean, and drum were added to form the nucleus of whatbecame, .that same year, the first school band in Amarica."i The Greek philosopher Plato suggested in the REPUBLIC theta musical instruction for young people would impart to them an important sense of rhythm and harmony' to broaden and to supplement a classical edumtion. It was the boys of the early Farm and Trades, School, however, that were to finally implement this platonic concept. families remain active members of the Acea, sented to the General Court of Massachusetts- for eng iff' - ' rddmQn !0f 'a-bQvfs wQvk ' 4. . 1tl1e QPP0ri0niq4tmr '!akQ'fQimf1'Mum f '- Img S!Qvd. AahQ lutnf menhHmns:g f J " .SSN 1'1" -- ' PfHP!ff" QH "Q, ,-gk ?,t'?,"w. Y- Oth!!! pre! Qngagqqin various ' A :'. Q.-. , ' QW- '9n99 'f'Pm'14WFf0d59' 'A' . , ' umsuftbe 1910?: gf: 1 P fastlaayarefwell 'Q"':i.-Q---ix' pi, - 1,- - 2 1rHvvfwli11m 553509: . . 1 Addmnnaiiv a full ourriwlum 1 dmysfinqiuduia pf. :Q 3 hours fofW01k?fBiit1ln9s H'id gfw!f"hsiQr3 iwfwfim- Al!h0va'!1J1!Qmrf1dif29a !M1 f -if 7 . ,"f' 3 mmm! 139501 f A naman IQ .. , -, ifl!Qf8lT , tp: 'flfmlfmfim ' fi!TB-Which yof.jmn ae mm J .v L became We 'E' work V? - .- - x i jf - , WHiM of, 1hwri vhwI Q! mihf vw Qwammm A , 3 School Life DAILY SCHEDULE The daily schedule for each student is vide a certain amount of free time between ties to allow the student time to pursue actlvltles. Breakfast Classes Lunch Classes Athletics Dinner Study Hall Lights Out The school year is drvidled into three term begins on the first Sunday after tmues until Christmas The winter term ary through the middle of March and begins in April and ends at graduation in weeks to provide each student with an standing at mid-term Each term ends wi tion period in which the student takes a examination in each of hrs courses At grades are sent home to the students parents Progress grades are reported to the th There is a two week vacation at the in addition to a five-day Thanksgiving state and national Monday holidays fig - -' Students are encouraged to participate in the many rf 12. ctubs and activities that are available to them at the Pl'-rf. Academy. Additionally, the resources of Boston's uni- igj'-'flldslties and cultural centers are easily accessible from ,',Q.','l1lompson's Island by public transportation, and every Sfgjyathlnpt is made to arrange 'for the students' atten- at local sports and cultural events. 5 are facilities available on the island far pho- wilderness survival training, karate, swim- f boating, card and board games, and literary and pursuits. Off-Island, the South.Boston Boyis ,kt-'6ltlb, the Boston University Reading Clinic, the Habl- School and all local public and university libraries . available to Thompson Academy students on a basis. Frequently, outstanding entertainers AH lecturers visit the Island to offer cultural supple- to the daily program. rail Thompson Academy schedule includes a degree Q. on extracurricular activities to ensure that Ejjgil'-student will enjoy the maximum opportunity to his range of interest and to fully benefit from the metropolitan Boston area can offer. ,l - -a 'Y-. fr.-if ig' THIRD THURSDAY ,pry ZF?-1'llI 'hid1ly successful "Third Thursday" program an integral part of the Thompson Academy .'nlli'ici.llum. In 1971, history teacher Robert McClung F ,ij .lnltlltad a program of student field trips to area his- 'Qi sites and museums on the third Thursday of ' f month during the school year. Because the Aca- wishes to maximize the opportunity for stu- .QI'l"":ll1ts to benefit from the vast cultural resources of 1 . the Boston area, all classes are suspended on third ' Thursdays, and each faculty member leads a group of A A i mldentstoasiteorevent of particular mutual interest. , 1 SENIOR PROJECTS ln the spring of a student's senior year, he is permit- f L' tid to take part in an independent project of his own -' A- . choosing. These projects range in scope from research- ., .r ing an area of, particular interest to doing volunteer work in the many schools and agencies in Boston. Dur- ing this period, the student spends mornings off the Island and returns in the afternoon for sports and meet- ing with his dviser. ,N '4 Lag -an... 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