Thompson Academy - Islander Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1974

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' I l'l u ' ff? . kr., M3 f A 1 Q, f 1 N M MM ,W A -rely Th lv Clavery, Palmarin eat e Bradley, Rose, Montgomery, Rivera Art S Neal Wh0,S Who in American Schools 'IIB-k Edward Neal and Jonathan King 1 8 X Y A Carter Cunmff Marr Zolhnan Wolusky Murphy Duarte AF R0 AMERICAN SOCIETY lst Row Duarte Wunderwood Kmg M Scott Smlth M Clavery Taylor 2nd Row Neal Cross O Neal DelVal1e Carroll Montgomery 3rd Row Payne Srruth R Serrano Walters . 9 9 y 9 9 9 2 4 A x A fl t , 5-get , 3 9 f . , . , s w' A ' 1 . gas ,aff rf ,. if: Q lg Y S n . . . ' 9 9 9 '9 9 9 '9 9 , 4 ' 9 9 9 9 9 . . ' 9 9 '9 9 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE f 4 RECREATION COMMITTEE Back Row: Underwood Smith, M. Walters Soto Front Row: McClure Paige Palmarin Smith, R . Back Row: Walters O'Brien Clavery Front Row: McClure Sullivan Scott Smith, M. Back Row: Carter O'Brien Peck Middle Row: Underwood Front Row: Smith M . Palmarin Zollman Sullivan Scott Back Row: Soto Smith M . DelValle Front Row: McClure Cunniff Peck Sullivan Prentis M . CURRICULUM COMMITTEE DORM COMMITTEE COMMITTEE PLANNING COMMITTEES Ron Dumont Yvonne Zollman John Quinn L! Y f 22 1355 Si!! ll! ....-..- x ' I L ,J kb ff- Ze I Q---........,, ' ATHLETICS "Qi ,iam -R'-' , .6-u-d"'.: . urn,-X 3 A -in-if ,.,,, f ,uf L54 mg!! f. X wr ff, BASEB LL I 'bus ,sv Xasslv' ww.. fi 4 W A K ' A+ v-gms va, A, Q 7- .. -'a,,.,:A -'sf' 'f -K -V ' fm. a. F CCTB LL Cummings, Burke Third Row: Robinson, Nee, J., Marr, David, Zupofska, Smith, R., Walters Second Row: Harris, Conte, Feeney, Arrigal, King, Montgomery, Taylor First Row: O'Brien, Adams, Keating, Casey, Seaman, Duarte, Smith, B., Quinn pun-nv -'W . 49, 1 , X., V "' I -of an , r ,Y 5' ,tgp 93' 6 R .fa ' ' .miagf H if Q Q P" iP54f- ' V. ' v-4 1 2 . ,,, ' l '.' 3 1 '-.L r, 1,4 Vf J 1 W , x 'Q M f ' ' M K V- K' f- ,,,,, 3 , 5 9 .Vai-' 1, V V W . at 'L A' . Q ' ff ' f 1 ff-VZ! """n5' V W Z' 5 Q vt Q ing, 'HANG ,L ..,.1 5,1363 e,.qi.m,,Mg WV, SV V 'v 'W A " it 'tv' ' - f - W wi ta MW . -.. 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SOCCER 1' Gerrish Third Row: Mahoney, Reed, Riley, Coday Second Row: Bandera, Pahnarin, Reynolds, Norton First Row: Peck, DiMascio, Gallagher, Wolusky, Quinn The Thompson Academy Hockey team had its best season ever, posting a record of 3 wins, 4 losses and 2 ties in a season that witnessed the Seahawk's first overtime victory as well as the school's first shutout victory in hockey. The Seahawk offense was led by high scoring Gino Sullivan 19 goals and 9 assistsl. Donald McGuire and Captain Bob Casey teamed up to form a hard checking defensive duo while Joe Dimaggio held down the net minding duties. Coaches Doug Paige and Bob Sullivan are looking forward to next season and the following returning lettermen: Gino Sullivan, Donald McGuire, Joe Stappen, Tom McClure, Bobby Mahoney, and John Cunniff. ff , V- W nm S ,. 5 , D 1 Q0-' ir 5 N'Nv -'Q X. , Xxx .Q ir, 3 aw. ' Riagg," .qi ,Q xr nr 1. 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KARATE fl' John Horan Equipment Manager Intramurals, Basketball, Baseball, C Dorm F acult ' s- Margaret Robinson Librarian was Q 1.3051 Ben Brown 32 Maintenance Bill Peck Director of Admissions and Development English, B Dorm, Soccer Coach , Staff L ll::.qn::.-3-zz. i as g A."""-""""'-V'-M M- mn.,-, X Rene St. Pierre Assistant Chef Mike King AFRO-AM Advisor ff A 3 'hip'- Robert Sullivan English, Hockey Coach EJ+uw-,q14t r s. fl," John Quinn Director of Guidance B Dorm, Soccer Coach, English r a Q N 4 ,T '? i t at nan.-.L-I I 7 5 av 5 Ut: jf , .X M, .. f fp ' , A 4 vi f Q f 1 ' ' if V, 14,43 ,Z D L' 151 ,ff WW 1 ff is ,W . rg TYL' L Y.: Q4 A 'o i fr , 4 Y, 10 , :gl : ,D I Z f W i , f Y . t ff H wi! 1, Yvonne Zollman Art, Theatre, Counselor afihq W f W! .W Mrs. Baxter Switchboard Operator School Secretary iw . 1, Q , 3 Q, if In 1' ff' ,U X. 3 x 1 Z, + A 'sl . wwf H ,gg 3 ff JY, ,gd Q . f, P -TWU: A s f , 5 x , Q5 sv , a- 7 W 4 4.4 I X X f ai f , all Q 5 1 2 53- gf i ff . x ff f ' : XL 24, , X ,i 2 f? 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I W W E +4 1 f .4 mf eu., K E kg? ,gg wzjfgi ,ryfu f fr r f bf W1 Stanley Barboza, Jr. Roslindale, Massachusetts Nickname: Stan "the man"g Barb 1972-78: Football, golf Occupation: Haven't decided Likes: Steak, girls, movies, football, music, t.v., basketball Dislikes: Funky Flunkie Double O no soul, Winter, the deep South lof Boston! Favorite Subjects: Geometry, psychology, Spanish Comment: As Erroll would say it, "Keep on truckin' . " 46 Nickname: Psycho B. Occupation: : Fireman Likes: Yvonne's plays, the O.S., CB walking me to class, the pictures on Josels door, Buddy doing the Charleston, and a good time Friday nights. Dislikes: F.O.B. waking me up, the night watchman saying, "It's 12:45--go to sleep." Injun's practices, dirty silverware, and Mr. Pinto telling me I have to stay three weeks. Favorite Subjects: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner Comment: You should always stand tall and strong and firm, no matter how harsh the criticism might be. These elements of greatness inspire us all today. Michael Blackiemore South Boston, Massachusetts 1972-73: Varsity baseball, varsity football, varsity basketball, Weightlifting team, yoga, theatre club. 1973-74: Varsity baseball, varsity football, varsity basketball, three weeks training for the to-bog-in team, tennis club, fencing team, captain of the steeple chase team, polo team, Weightlifting team 47 Robert Casey South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Bob Occupation: Judge Likes: English, football, hockey Dislikes: 7:20 a.m. boat Favorite Subjects: -Sports Comment: Who, me!! 1970-71: Varsity football, varsity hockey, varsity baseball 1971-72: Varsity football, varsity hockey, varsity lacrosse, Weightlifting club. 1972-73: Varsity football, varsity hockey fcaptainl and Best Defensive Player, English award, geometry award, oceanography, weightlighting club. 1973-74: Varsity football fcaptainl and Most'Valuable Player, varsity hockey lcaptainl and Best Defensive Player, varsity baseball, Weightlifting club. Richard Claytor Roxbury, Massachusetts Nickname: Too Cool II 1973-74: Dormitory rep., planning committee, varsity basketball, varsity lacrosse, Afro-American Society, Occupation: Suave business man Weightlifting Club, Yearbook Staff, Newspaper Staff. Likes: Injun, Byron, I write you bite, "Goofey," trig, Robert's dry jokes, herbal Dislikes: Breakfast, Peck's boring English classes, history, captain, 8:00 a.m. classes and jobs. Favorite subjects: Practices, study James Colby South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Jim 1973-74: Football, baseball, yoga, hockey, tennis toboggan. Occupation: Undecided Likes: Sports, girls, money, parties Dislikes: School, work Favorite Subjects: History, English 50 lt. Matthew Conte Reading, Massachusetts Nickname: Matt 1971-72: Baseball lBest Fielding Award! Occupation: Undecided 1972-73: Football, baseball Likes: Myself 1973-74: Football, baseball Dislikes: Rock's music Fovorite Subjects: Sciences, history Joseph DiMaggio South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Joe Occupation: J ack-of-all-trades 1971-72: Weightlifting, varsity baseball, varsity football, varsity hockey, Chess Club 1972-73: Varsity baseball, varsity football, varsity Likes: Pay phones, girls, the weightroom, Big Bud and hockey, Weightlifting club F.O.B.'s room, sports, Southie, Yvonne Favorite Subjects: Hockey practice, baseball, lunch Comment: Even doughs youse hate to see me goes, I thunk I got teached alot of neet tings hair at Tomson. 197 3-74: Weightlifting, varsity football, varsity hockey, yoga, varsity baseball, theatre, tennis, yearbook staff, newspaper staff Nickname: Big Bud Manomet Occupation: New Hampshire College Likes: The Alhnan Brothers, F.O.B., interesting books, candle light meals, opera, ballet, pretty girls, the Sands, and sports Dislikes: Erroll, Rizzo, Jungle Boogie, and walking into my one room apartment and not being able to sit down because of too many people. Favorite Subjects: Girls Eugene DiMascio Manomet, Massachusetts 1971-72: Varsity hockey, varsity baseball, Industrial Arts Award, Chess Club, Weightlifting Club, Art Club, theatre, tennis 1972-73: Varsity soccer, varsity hockey lco-captainl, varsity baseball, Industrial Arts Award, French Award, Saltonstall Memorial Scholarship Award, Chess Club, Weightlifting Club, Art club, Seahawk Club 1973-74: Varsity soccer lcaptainl, varsity hockey lco- captainl, varsity baseball, yearbook staff, newspaper staff, Seahawk Club, Chess Club, Weightlifting Club, Art Club, Dining room supervisor, Headmaster's Council, M.I.P. trophy in soccer. 53 Antonio Duarte Dorchester, Massachusetts Nickname: PaPa, Tony Occupation: New Hampshire College, United States Girl Watching Team Likes: Cars, money, women, hockey Dislikes: Beets, M.J., my car being stolen, Arnold Langston Willis XIII Favorite Subjects: Eating, Mr. Paige's history course Comment: I will miss a lot of people .... except Thompson is a beautiful dream gone sour. 1970-71: Soccer, hockey lMost Improved Playerl, lacrosse, full-fledged member of the Thompson Drinking Team 1971-72: Soccer, hockey, lacrosse, Seahawk Club, tennis 1972-73: Football, hockey, lacrosse, golf, baseball, tennis 1973-74: Football, hockey, lacrosse , -. . -" bl: ' t?,,.,. , M , John Gallagher Chelsea, Massachusetts Nickname: John 1970-71: J .V. baseball, Whist Club, Computer Club, J .V. Offensive Award Occupation: Chelsea Fire Fighter 1971-72: Varsity soccer, varsity baseball lDefensive Likes: 513, t.v. in own room, Peggy, short but sweet Awardl, Whist Club tests, Chelseal, Janis Joplin 1972-73: Varsity soccer, J .V. basketball, varsity Dislikes: Mr. Willis, dirty bathrooms, meat loaf, hitting baseball, Whist Club the post, Sunday nights 1973-74: Varsity soccer fMost Valuable Player Award! Favorite Subjects: Trigonometry, chemistry, English, and captain, Whist club, varsity baseball history, psychology Comment: The Island is a nice place to visit but you wouldn't want to live there. 55 Bill Harris New Bedford, Massachusetts Nickname: Hawk Occupation: Recreation Likes: Pat and Tricia, football, rapping with roommate R. Clavery at 1:00 o'clock in the morning while listening To the Ghetto Dislikes: R. Taylorojokes, Waiting for the boat in the cold, jive creatures, telling S. Barboza to wake me up for class--and he never did! Favorite Subjects: English Comment: Good-by T.A. 56 ,M Q 1973-74: Varsity football tBest Defensive Player trophyl, lacrosse, Afro-American Society, Weightlifting Club u k-'ll Al 44, Nickname: F-0.B. Occupation: Undecided Likes: Southie, sports, three squares, good times, Big Bud Manomet, music, drinking, dining, interesting books, women, summer, all-nighters, interesting people, concerts at 138, and the O.S. GANG Dislikes: One-room apartment, inconsiderate individuals, and weekends on the Rock and flunking tests Favorite Subjects: Art, theatre, English, history, basketball, football, and bird watching l Comment: Know it well or not at all. Frederick 0'Brien South Boston, Massachusetts 1972-73: Basketball, baseball, tennis, pottery, yoga theatre, bird watching, Chess Club, Computer Club Seahawk Club 1973-74: Football, basketball, Intramural All Stars Chess Club lcaptainl, Drinking Team lco-captainl Hop-Scotch Club '- , WX exile"-i AGQQ5 eu ka .t 1. ' 35435, 4 N. f' ., ,'v W fl X :xs- , W" . Pm- . , .if C ,QQ W WM if X, , Joseph Quinn Dorchester, Massachusetts Nickname: Jo-Jo Occupation: Politician Likes: Visiting F.O.B. and Big Bud's apartment, girls music, dancing, weekends, football, hockey, money, fast cars, partying at Charl's house, Dave, Phyllis Donna, Bucky, Gook, John, Tommy, Paul, Charl, Karen, Mary Ellen, Baby Face Norton, Psycho-B Dislikes: Getting up for breakfast, Sunday nights midterm exams, Algebra Favorite subjects: English, history, psychology Comment: I don't believe .... 58 1971-72: Varsity football, hockey, Music Club, Whist Club, Weightlifting Club 1972-73: Varsity football, hockey, golf, Weightlifting Club 1973-74: Varsity football, hockey, golf Weightlifting Club, Theatre Club Nickneme: Bill Occupation: Professional baseball Likes: Being off the Island, sports Dislikes: Missing lay-ups, fowling out, getting up early, Blackiemore getting fouls. Favorite Subjects: Trigonometry, Scully's French class William Reynolds Dorchester, Massachusetts 1970-71:' Fall term Civics Award, Francis Shaw Scholarship Award, Science Award 1971-72: Francis Shaw Scholarship Award, English Award, varsity basketball, JV baseball lBest Defensive Player! 1972-73 Francis Shaw Scholarship Award, Geometry Award, varsity basketball 1973-74: Soccer, varsity basketball fcaptainl, varsity baseball Qcaptainl 59 Daniel Riley H Jamaica Plain, "rl Massachusetts Nickname: Dan Sports: Soccer, hockey, lacrosse, golf Occupation: Freudian Psychoanlyst Awards: Psychology, French, Biology, Nice Guy Award Likes: Females, individuals of the opposite sex, women Dislikes: Very few, I am a broad minded person. Favorite Subjects: Psychology, Biology and French Comment: It's a nice place to visit .... 60 Nickname: Ross, Weasel Occupation: Electronics engineer Likes: My girl, electronics, soccer, work Dislikes: Losing soccer games, fooling around Favorite Subjects: Oceanography, electronics, history Comment: I like being with my friends--Thompson is a real friend. Erroll Ross Roxbury, Massachusetts 1970-71: Ecology Club, JV basketball manager 1971-72: Soccer team manager, varsity basketball team manager, varsity baseball team manager, Electronics Award, Weightligting Club, Music Club, Cooking Club 1972-73: Soccer, varsity basketball team manager 197 3-7 4: Soccer 61 Paul Seaman Newport, Rhode Island H? uf" A ,,,tlf'w ,,,,,M-vauauna0"l Nckname: Pablo Occupation: University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I. lComputor Specialistl Likes: Sandra, drawing, reading, partying, meeting people, '68 Volkswagon, Tilley, hearing about Pittsburgh Dislikes: lWillis' dirty clothesl, 8:00 a.m. classes, cold weather, night Spanish classes, the lack of recreation on the Island Favorite subject: History, Industrial art 62 1971-72: Varsity football team, JV basketball team varsity lacrosse team, Art Club, Class representative 197 2-73: Student representative, varsity football team, varsity basketball team, varsity lacrosse team, editor of school newspaper, Spanish Award, Industrial Arts Award 1973-74: Headmaster's council, captain tvarsity football teaml, Best Offensive Award, Varsity basket ball team, captain lvarsity lacrosse teaml, Weightlifting club, yearbook staff, Afro-American Society leader, Planning Committee, proctor Knew dorml Bryon Smith Albany, Georgia Nickname: Bye 1973-74: Varsity football, varsity basketball Occupation: Physicist! engineer Likes: Everything and girls Dislikes: Nothing Favorite Subject: Physics Mark Smith Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Miss Meany Occupation: Undecided Likes: Girls, sports, herbals, Friday afternoons, having money, D.C.G. shopping Dislikes: Robert's dry jokes, classes, Thompson Academy fat people fDuarteJ. Favorite Subject: Basketball practice f s s 3 'N NH. Y 1971-72: JV basketball fBest Offensel, varsity lacrosse, music club, chess club, Afro-American Society. 1972-73: Varsity basketball, varsity lacrosse, food preparation, chess club music, Afro-American Society ltreasurerl. 1973-74: Varsity basketball, Afro-American Society, varsity lacrosse, dorm representative, drama club. traits :va 32:1 'wat-QQ?3f ,c Q"m,,""a. ,, '14 of 9 it . on ' Q ii 999, WWIQM1 Nickname: Willis Occupation: Slippey Rock State College Likes: Going home, Women, traveling, money, Mr. Robinson's hair cuts, partying Dislikes: Thompson Academy food, weekends on the Island, Pablo borrowing money, Cambridge School girls, Clyde's stinking body, staying awake in Mr. Peck's English class, boats. Favorite subject: History, biology, algebra, Spanish Arnold Willis Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1971-72: Football, JV basketball, lacrosse 1972-73: Football, JV basketball, lacrosse 1973-74: Soccer, varsity basketball 65 Harold Adams Roxbury, Massachusetts John Wolusky South Boston, Massachusetts Nickname: Woo Occupation: Confidential Human Relations Likes: TV, sports, parties, music, girls Dislikes: Trig., chemistry, boring history, 8:00 a.m. classes, John Biddle, Thompson food Favorite Subject: English 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 : Varsity football, JV basketball, JV baseball, chess club : JV baseball lDefensive Awardl, chess club, class treasurer : Soccer QMost Imporved Player Awardl, golf, baseball, chess club 1973-74: Soccer, lBest Defensel, golf ff'- Nickname: Rock Occupation: Business management Likes: Beautiful women, money, having friends, a clean room, being a "Leo", helping other people, reading good books, long weekends and school holidays Dislikes: 8:00 a.m. classes, doing a work squad, people who don't wash, Riley banging on my wall, Robert White Favorite subject: Spanish 1970-71: JV football, lacrosse, Math 9 Award, hockey 1971-72: Varsity football, hockey, lacrosse, Whist Club, Chess Club, music club, Afro- American Society 1972-73: Varsity football, JV basketball lBest Defense Awardl, lacrosse, Afro-American Society,whist club, chess club, music club. 1973-74: Varsity football, lacrosse, Afro-American Society, whist club, chess club, music club X Michael Koumantzelis Lowell, Massachusetts Nickname: Koums Occupation: Master of all arts of success Likes: Clothes, sports, bothering WooWoo, C.B., FOB, Big Bud, Mika B., the ADA, and Mrs. Champagne Dislikes: Getting up early, night watchmen, Mr. John Biddle, Jungle Boogie, Ralph Lindsey's voice Favorite Subjects: History and English 1973-74: Football, hockey and golf, chess club, Weightlifting club, tennis, Seahawk Club, newspaper staff LaVyonne Evans Chicago, Illinois Nickname: Top Occupation: Student brain child Likes: Transendental meditation Dislikes: Jerry Jordan Favorite Subjects: Math, girl watching, nature walks 1973-74: Recreational Meditation Club, Nature Walks, Theatre Workshop and basketball 67 Robert Bandera uincy, Massachusetts Nickname: Bandy Occupation: Journalist Likes: C. Baxter, Linda, Saturday nights, guitars, Deep Purple, Watching the Grink Work Dislikes: John Biddle, broken doors, breakfast, 8:00 a.m. classes, missing the net on my only shot of the season, Jungle Boogie, Connie's Romper Room Favorite subject: English 1971-72: Hockey, music club 1972-73: Varsity soccer, varsity hockey, golf, English Award 1973-74: Varsity soccer, Captain tgolf teamb, Headmaster's Council Robert Norton Duxbury, Massachusetts Nickname: Raccoon Occupation: Veterinarian Likes: Norma, Duxbury,drinking, cheap-women, cars, money, Raccoons, people,sleeping, getting a pass of the Island, Friday afternoons, parties, Mr. Pinto, hunting and hanging down D. Street Dislikes: People waking me up, getting shut down at a packy, not getting a pass off the Island, geometry, Injun bothering me, my brother getting me into trouble, and freaks Favorite Subjects: English, advanced biology, psychology 1970-71: A member of the Thompson Academy Drinking Team lfour letter man as a freshman -BEERJ, hockey 1971-72: Soccer, golf, chess club, ballet club, opera club, Drinking Team 1972-73: Soccer, golf, Jerry Jorden Fan Club lpresidentl, glee club, Drinking Team 1973-74: Soccer, golf, Captain of 1974 World Champian Drinking Team, Best Offensive Drinker, Dance committee John Lane Laurel Hill, North Carolina Nickname: J azzie Occupation: Actor Likes: Music, dancing, card playing, going to the "Other Side", T.C.'s jokes Dislikes: Food at TA, catching boat, too many people in my room Favorite Subjects: English ldramal, History 1973-74: Lacrosse, Weightlifting club, card playing club, basketball, health club, theater spades club David Schaufus Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts Nickname: Dave Dislikes: Doctors, infirmary Occupation: Mover Favorite Subject: English Likes: Boat, kitchen, being in charge Roderick Clavery Brooklyn, New York Nickname: Rick Favorite Subjects: English, Theatre Arts Cccupationz Musician Comment: This is ridiculous... Likes: Music, sports, studying Sports: Soccer, basketball, lacrosse Dislikes: the yearbook staff losing my picture and stuff 1971-72: Football manager GRADU 1 1 F x w Pity :Q .113 1 . A Lf' "1 ' iii ,gs 1 ,M k 8 V g:fzf.' -N 5 5 n Q K ff Q, ,4 X g A ' v- A .5 4 in rw Q 'SUM as jx 'A Q ' -f Q, my S wggl Sis'- iw I Q A64 QA I Q -lim 49' 1 fe I --,,, if 'z ff A ., 4' v 4-P - A-.---ul x ,, 4. , -...,. L . - 1 , - P , A 'sf uf- y--H -L ,,-A-, ,M al... 1- - 1 ,., . 1 I v ,- X X 1 N, X 1 '-fain- .4., -N at-1. 4 f a A 1 A A ng , , if 4 5 'W ff vw -v f 12 Pr 1 1. Z . fa, ,M z HRA 2 ' 1 M W if 4 1 1 . an na- -Nu-,...a ...P -1 t . s ,,.,,, . -- ,, Ai maxim-i.lQ.? . , , 5 i J af nv . C 1.5 ,. 1 Calvin Page Bartlett Chariman of the Corporation Trustees Ben Ames Willams, Jr. , President George Lewis, Vice President Henry Lyman, Vice President Nathaniel T. Dexter, Secretary Bartlett Harwood, Jr., Treasurer Eleanor C. Canavan, Asst. Treasurer 4 8 , Walter M. Cabot Patrick Grant Philip H. Lord Arthur G. Miller, Ed.D. Joshua L. Miner Hon. Joseph S. Mitchel Edward V. Osberg Guido R. Perera Jr. John B. Pierce Jr. Robert Stone Raymond Thomas John W. Sears Howland S. Warren David D. Wicks Moses Williams l, Jr. Carter, John Cunniff, John Davis, Alan Doucette, Mark Downey, Michael Guinto, Robert Joyner, Corey Marechaux, Gene Murphy, Stephen Payne, Daryl Serrano, Jose Shahbaz, Joseph Spencer, Richard Arena, Dennis Arrigal, Jr., William Collins, Jr., Robert Cross, Clyde DelValle, James Kelleher, William McGuire, Donald Marr, David Meeken, Peter Nee, Michael O'Neal, Edward Prentis, Michael Rivera, Carmelo Ross, Cavon Smith, Russell Soto, Wilfredo Stappen, Joseph Sullivan, Gene Tracy, Robert Bradley, Christopher Carroll, Gregory Claytor, Archie Coday, Juan Danforth, Ron Feeney, Brian Gerrish, Wayne King, Jonathan Mahoney, Robert McClure, Thomas Montgomery, James Neal, Eddie Palmarin, Jose Powell, Stephen Prentis, Mark Reed, Calvin Rose, David Scott, Stephen Taylor, Robert Underwood, Michael Student Directory 70 G Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 760 East 4th Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 109 Webster Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. 02141 150 Adams Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02122 232 Pine Street, Quincy, Mass. 02169 10 High Street, Malden, Mass. 02148 55 Brooks Avenue, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 RFD ffl, Box 45, Ludlow, Vt. 05149 12 Russell Terrace, Arlington, Mass. 02174 234 Callender Street, Dorchester, Mass. 02124 81 Columbia Road, Dorchester, Mass. 02121 258 Cushing Street, Hingham, Mass. 02043 63 Stewart Stret, Quincy, Mass. 02169 281 D Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 227 West Broadway, South Boston, Mass. 02127 12 Benmor Street, Medford, Mass. 02155 8 Powderhouse Road Ext., Medford, Mass. 02155 130 Columbia St., Apt. 6 B, New York, N.Y. 10002 20 Post Office Square, Andover, Mass. 01810 16 Gromes Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 54 Forest Avenue, Cohasset, Mass. 02025 138 Orton Marotta Way, South Boston, Mass. 02127 155 Prence Road, Manomet, Mass. 02345 33 Lawrence Avenue, Roxbury, Mass. 02121 592 East 4th Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 384 East 154 Street, Apt. 3E, Bronx, N.Y. 10455 54 Copeland Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02119 753 East 118 Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44108 746 Rosedale Avenue, Bronx, n.y. 10472 76 West Broadway, South Boston, Mass. 02127 339 K Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 94 H Street, South Boston, Mass. 02127 89 Riverside Avenue, Fort Fairfield, Me. 04742 115-17 East 119 Street, New York, N.Y. 10026 97 Ruthven Street, Roxbury, Mass. 02121 2833 Gunther Avenue, Bronx. 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Powers Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prentis Mr. John F. Quinn, Jr. A Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Tracy Mr. Howland S. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weiss and Pepper Mr. Ben Ames Williams, Jr. Mrs. Erin Willis Hon. Robert G. Wilson, Jr. MEETING HOUSE HILL CO-OPERATIVE BANK Our New Lower Mills Office 2250 DORCHESTER AVENUE at the Milton-Dorchester Line 689-2250 1 I , WILLIAM M. BAILEY CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 44 SCHOOL ST. BOSTON, MASS. 02108 COMPLIMENTS OF EB' CQLIVEN CALVIN P. BARTLETT SON INC. FEENEY'S SERVICE 796 E 7th St. SOUTH BOSTON, MASS CITY POINT PHARMACY 854 EAST 4th St. SOUTH BOSTON, MASS. 02127 COMPLIMENTS OF CGLUMBIA POINT YACHT CLUB THOMPSON ACADEMY Thompsonas Island So. Boston, Massachusetts 02127 617 - 328-1884 ., xv RN , f ky, . .1 Q4- 5 4 -B " 3' . X 11' "G-v,.. K- '4"mXv Q' Q if , X M A. 'fi , . , 1 '1 'tx 'I"g.h. 9 Q s 'N "",. " - XA'i" Q q ...XB 1. X:-Q K 1 5 "vw- .-1, . 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'fu lf' QQXT1 fbi: I " W 1'-vl:.N,..'EU'1 1 A " ' - . -x , xx X C M-'wwf-v---'M 1.Q:'mrmmb::it:' ' ff' -S --Q I . xx t . Qi. S., KX Q ,P 1 f S 'V - f K 4 W . AX' xy' Q .nts I Q 1' "" ., wr rv " is, Q e Y, js 3 fn: SPORTS if M? Q f- fi .- b W ey? f ff L rfb fr L N V X """""' L Thompson Academy Varsity and Junior Varsity teams compete with pub- lic and private schools throughout New England in the following sports: FALL A Football I' E Soccer WINTER Hockey Basketball SPRING Baseball Lacrosse Golf '14 UWMP50 ' ar HA Additional facilities and instruction are available for intramural athletics in the following areas: Weightlifting Karate Tennis Swimming Camping Team Sports THE ISLAND Thompson's Island is a 157-acre island in Dorchester Bay. It was first settled by David Thompson who es- tablished a trading post there for the Neponset In- dians in 1626. In 1634, the town of Dorchester acquired the island which was then turned into farm lands. In 1833 the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys moved from a location in the city of Boston to Thompson's Island where a farm was maintained and improved for 130 years. The present school com- plex consists of eight build- ings: four dormitories with classrooms and living facili- ties for 120 boys, the gymna- sium, Bowditch Hall, which houses the dining room, the infirmary and the adminis- trative offices, Gardner Hall, which includes the school library and assembly hall, and a science laboratory building which also contains a complete Woodworking shop. In addition to these structures, there are several other buildings that serve as staff housing and storage areas for maintenance equip- ment. . The athletic fields and buildings are located on a rolling plateau in the center of the island. The southern half of the island is mostly lowland, a considerable por- tion of which is excellent saltwater marsh. The tidal ponds and salt marshes are teeming with a wide variety of wildlife. Fish and clams, migratory fowl, and a great variety of songbirds feed in the marsh, which is extreme- ly rich in nutrients. Open fields from the abandoned farm, several good stands of hard and softwood trees, and apple and peach orchards make Thompson's Island a most attractive location for the academy. Q 4.14 5 Q . I x, A. . hiv C ,. Q J . 51- iv Nr 'ls 1 ft T' I 39 gg 'S' K ,ww stil lkjx, 6 ,gm 'D was " Q, ,A , . ff. , fzy N i ssl rm wi. f ,M Q ' ..:. -, l .1-it' ff 3 if -wg 'mar' W as . 'Q 19 4-1 Li. ,s V9 'life A : V 4 - 'MW' ss""' ' 'saw .1 fu .- M -F. .if 107 'V' ,ir-u-.Fianna 4. -0 FACULTY The Thompson Academy faculty includes fourteen full-time teachers, and a varying number of part-time counselors, aides, and technicians, each of whom is dedicated to the positive development of young men. Mr. John D. Pinto was appointed headmaster in June 1973 after serving as director of curriculum for four of his six previous years of affiliation with the school. A graduate of Tabor Academy and Columbia College, with graduate work at the Honeywell Computer Institute, and University of Rhode Island, and Boston University, Mr. Pinto is representative of most Thompson Academy faculty members. Many have had teaching or student experience in leading private boarding schools, all have graduated from superior colleges and universities lmost with graduate degreesl, and every faculty and staff member has fully demonstrated his educational expertise and commitment to compassionate teaching before being appointed to his position. F . W' ,X Y' V f5't 1. -J v ' -Q- E I ADMISSICNS Thompson Academy welcomes applications from ambitious young men of dependable character and proven ability. Application forms can be obtained by calling or writing to the: Admissions Office Thompson Academy Box 127 Boston, Massachusetts 02127 46173 328-1884 In order to afford each applicant's record a thorough evaluation, a health history form, a scholarship aid form, three recommendation forms, and a personal interview at the school are considered, in addition to the personal application form, by an Admissions Committee which includes the headmaster, the director of admissions, and three trustees of the academy. The Admissions Office is open from 8:30-4:30 weekdays, and interview appointments must be arranged in advance by telephone. L2 ln.. if SCHOOL HISTORY Thompson Academy is the fifth oldest independent school for boys in New England. The academy was founded in 1814 as the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys, principally to "afford protection and support" to the sons of local families that had suffered from conditions brought about by the War of 1812, and were therefore unable to supply proper guidance or support to their pre-or early adolescent sons. A number of philanthropic Bostonians decided early in 1813 to establish a "home school" for such boys to provide them with food, shelter, education, and direction. Descendants of many of the original funding families remain active members of the Thompson Academy Board of Trustees. In 1832, a second, similarly oriented school was independently incorporated as the Boston Farm School, and Thompson's Island in Boston Harbor was purchased from the city of Dorchester for its setting. Because the objectives of the Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys and the Boston Farm School were much alike, and because the living facilities of the Asylum were becoming increasingly crowded in its single brick building in Boston's West End, a joint petition was presented to the General Court of Massachusetts for an Act uniting the two schools into one, the Boston Asylum and Farm School for Indigent Boys. The assets of the former Asylum School were liquidated, and thus, a solid financial base upon which the new school would establish its future growth was provided. The new school continued to serve needy boys of good character and to provide a year-round home, academic instruction, and a thorough apprecia- tion of manual and industrial arts and the principles of agriculture. During the 19th century the school enlarged its campus, its combined academicfagriculturalfvoca- tional program and its student body and staff. In 1907, the school name was changed to the Farm and Trades School: 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 themselves one afternoon creating musical sounds through combs covered with tissue paper. They were soon joined by three boys with violins, and this group of 15 began to schedule informal meetings on a regualr basis. In THE FOUR THOMPSONS, Stanley writes: "A bass violin, saxhorn, cornopean, and drum were added to form the nucleus of what became, the same year, the first school band in America." The Greek philosopher Plato suggested in the REPUBLIC that musical instruction for young people would impart to them an important sense of rhythm and harmony to broaden and to supplement a classical education. It was the boys of the early Farm and Trades School, however, that were to finally implement this platonic concept. E if U "K, .J X Q 'Z P ' ,'1f., 3 K lllll ,Ill l In 1956, The Farm and Trades School on Thompson's Island was renamed Thompson Academy, a titular change which both formalized and reflected a process of evolution that the school had been undergoing for some fifty years. The Farm and Trades School, as its name implied, had provided a practical training program which according to a 1947 school brochure, developed: . . in each boy considerable skill in several of the departments of practical training with intensive training in one or two departments. These practical departments included printing, sloyd, carpentry, heating engineering, painting, glazing, electrical repairs, plumbing and steam repairs, cement work, floor care, building maintenance, farming, lawn care, shrubbery, tree pruning, shoe repair, laundry operation, clothing care, baking, vegetable canning, butchering, meat cutting, poultry dressing, office and messenger work." Additionally, each student was required to complete a full curriculum of academic instruction. Typical school days included four hours of class work, four hours of work training, and four hours of play and recreation. Although demanding, the success of that vigorous program is yet attested to by hundreds of enthusiastic alumni. By 1955, however, the Trustees of the School had determined that a disproportionately large number of then recent graduates had left the farm and shops on Thompson's Island only to find that their eclectic but somewhat obsolete skills were not so easily marketable as they had been in an earlier era. At that time, the Board of Trustees elected to change the name of the school to Thompson Academy, to extend the program to include the full four years of high school, to both modify and intensify the academic curriculum, and insofar as was possible to continue to introduce each boy to a variety of practical, manual skills. The formula has been tremendously successful. The farm program ended in 1963 as a result of a disastrous fire which destroyed the main barn, much of the farm equipment, and some live stock. Several of the industrail arts courses-glazing, printing, vegetable canning, poultry dressing, etc.-were also terminated because of lack of training facilities and diminishing student and social interest. Yet, even as the academic curriculum became more and more geared to college preparation, Thompson Academy has continued to emphasize the importance of well-roundedness and manual skill development. In 1974, each student is responsible for the execution of a daily work assignment. Some boys work on the school boat, others assist the chef with preparation and service of meals, while still others are engaged in various maintenance operations that range from custodial work to machine repair. In addition to a boy's work program, there is, of course, the opportunity to take formal course work in carpentry, sloyd, and auto mechanics. In effect, a modified version of the originial study-work-play concept remains very much intact, and Thompson Academy graduates of the 1970's continue to be as manually capable as they are well prepared for higher education. SCHOOL LIFE PROGRAM OF STUDIES Because Thompson Academy deals with students from such varied backgrounds, the school curriculum is designed to afford maximum individualization. The small class size, normally limited to a maximum of fifteen students, facilitates this policy. Courses covering a wide range of subject matter are offered in four forms- remedial programs, traditional college preparatory courses, dynamic team taught interdisciplinary courses and independent directed studies programs. During the first week of school intensive testing identifies areas of strength and weakness for each student and provides a basis for course placement in the tailoring of individual programs in remedial and college preparatory courses. Equally important are the inter- disciplinary, team taught courses which explore various aspects of some broad topic, allowing each student an opportunity to pursue a particular facet, contributing with other members of the class to an understanding of the whole. This approach is a proven method of encouraging motivation in students by involving them in the design and instruction of a course grounded in a problem of inherent interest. ' Independent projects allow a student to pursue his special interests for academic credit under the guidance of a member of the faculty. Traditional college preparatory courses include the following: ENGLISH Remedial English Freshman English Sophomore English Junior English Senior English Advanced English HISTORY ' Civics World History U.S. History iColonial-Civil Warl Modern European History FOREIGN LANGUAGES French Spanish MATHEMATICS Remedial Mathematics Algebra I ym Algebra II Geometry Trigonometry C Advanced Mathematics SCIENCE General Science Biology Oceanography Chemistry Advanced Biology ,fa nf, ,,' 2' 'iii A .,, -1 .' . 1. f N., . f a 21 .af- v ' -'fy'f5'ffSisf'?:R f "..,g,: kv 4. p Specialized facilities are available for study in the Q following areas: ' Art I , ,VA K, x fig-5 p . Q Woodworking " X: U 5.-L. ,,,. A. " h Auto Mechanics XA " 5 ' , . ' - Karate I o,,' ' 5' A Photography ' X I DAILY SCHEDULE ,ff . Breakfast 7:00 7:20 Assembly 8:00 8:15 Classes 8:20 10:00 Morning Break 10:00 10:30 Classes 10:30 12:00 Lunch 12:00 12:30 Classes 1:00 2:30 Sports! Field Trips 3:00 5:00 Dinner 6:00 6:30 Recreation 7:00 9:00 Study Hall 9:00 10:30 SCHOOL CALENDAR , 7 My 2' f WT - vw ,gg .- fr' The school year is divided into four terms. After initial testing and orientation classes run 8 Weeks in each term. Grades and evaluations are sent at the end of the terms. DISCIPLINE Minor breaches of rules of the Academy will be punished by imposition of extra duties or detention at the direction of the Headmaster, faculty, and student government. Thompson Academy is dedicated to building responsibility in young men. To this end a fair amout of freedom is afforded each student in proportion to his diemonstrated ability to handle it responsibly. If, by his actions, a student demonstrates an inability to function productively in the Thompson Island community, he is subject to suspension and dismissal. 91 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES American International College Amherst Boston College Boston State College Boston University Brandeis Brandywine Bridgeport Bridgewater State Brown Clark Colby Columbia Connecticut Curry Fordham Lehigh Long Island University Loyola of Montreal Maine Massachusetts at- Amherst Massachusetts at Boston Montana Nathaniel Hawthorne New Hampshire Northeastern Northern Arizona State George Williams College Grahm Junior College Harvard Hobart Idaho Kansas Providence College Rhode Island Ricker Rollins Saint Francis Saint Michael's Suffolk Tampa University of Illinois University of the Pacific Wentworth Worcester Junior College DUNATION S Thompson Academy was incorporated, not for profit, in 1814, and the school has since remained privately endowed and supported. Each year, the Development Office appeals to a list of friends of the achool, alumni, and parents for contributions. Additionally, charitable and educational foundations are periodically solicited for funding particular programs. Gifts to the Academy are fully tax deductible and will be gratefully acknowledged. Checks should be made payable to: Thompson Academy Thompson's Island AP Boston, Massachusetts 02127 93 1 ADVISORY COMMITTEE THOMAS G. BROWN, JR. ERWIN D. CANHAM REV. JOHN CROCKER PAUL G. DAY GEORGE A. DOUGLAS, JR. HAROLD W. EDWARDS HON. JOHN J. FINNEGAN THOMAS E. GOODE HARRY GULESIAN MISS ANNE P. HALLIDAY BAYARD HENRY MRS. JOHN HOMANS ELIOT HUBBARD III HON. GEORGE N. HURD, JR. JOSEPH L. KENNEDY, M.D. RT. REV. MSGR. FRANCIS J. LALLY AUGUSTUS P. LORING JOHN LOWELL LOUIS G. MAGLIO HOUGHTON D. PEARL HON. JOHN E. POWERS HON. LEVERETT SALTONSTALL WINFIELD A. SCHUSTER THOMAS K. SISSON JOHN STETSON HERBERT G. STOKINGER LAWRENCE TERRY JAMES W. VVICKENDEN HON. ROBERT GARDINER WILSON, JR. TRUSTEES CALVIN PAGE BARTLETT CHAIRMAN OF THE CORPORATION BEN AMES WILLIAMS, JR., PRESIDENT GEORGE LEWIS, VICE PRESIDENT AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY HENRY LYMAN, VICE PRESIDENT BARTLETT HARWOOD, JR., TREASURER NATHANIEL T. DEXTER, SECRETARY ELEANOR C. CANAVAN, ASSISTANT TREASURER JOHN Q. ADAMS WALTER M. CABOT PATRICK GRANT PHILIP H. LORD ARTHUR G. MILLER JOSHUA L. MINER III HON. JOSEPH S. MITCHELL, JR. EDWARD V. OSBERG GUIDO R. PERERA JOHN B. PIERCE, JR. JOHN W. SEARS ROBERT H. STONE RAYMOND THOMAS HOWLAND S. WARREN DAVID D. WICKS MOSES WILLIAMS 1 DIRECTIONS From the west, take the Massachusetts Turnpike to the Southeast Expressway. Use exit 17 and turn left to Columbia Circle. Follow fbelow. From the south, take Route 128 or 3 to the Southeast Expressway. Use exit 17 and turn right to Columbia Circle. Follow fbelow. From the north, take Route 95 over the Mystic River Bridge to the Southeast Expressway. Use exit 17, and turn left to Columbia Circle 1100 yardsl. "'Go halfway around the circle to Day Boulevard. An M.D.C. police station will be on the right side. Pass the police station, keeping the water to the right, and continue along Day Boulevard past the L Street bath-house and four yacht clubs. The Pilgrim IV departs weekdays from Kelly's Landing, the first building on the right beyond the South Boston Yacht Club. Thompson's Island is directly across from the landing. The boat trip time is 10 minutes, and visitors are always welcome. I WM ii p .. :wwh ,,, J' f 'iS'Z2fpLff-s'za . - 4 'wif -TNQ' f wwf V Q ,,,, . qiyww- fu fi ,f in K: is H?'jiM Kwai, Kal: 1 , ,WJ N f b, 4 Zxfzf' 75: 'Q 'W' , Nasir 'Q' , L x : ,, as mf1"""5""" ' B iv wpa ws 0 OAK STRE 4' U 21 5 WALNUT 9 50 7 FIT 71 E ,Q ox me 'eii sc, .50 QE 5 -:. Ss 4, va 5 z : 45: X . I 5 STRE T- 5 WALNUT ST 2 E cp 54 O , oN ra v- Ee 32 W: 22. sag :ug :Oz 05 go U. m . E E JE Q I E,..x wma K , .-T-: wp, Q XZ: -1 x If 3 Q Z as UE SN Ti 9' E ,Q Q: we Qi. sc: E. , . ..De -I. 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