Vermont Academy - Wildcat Yearbook (Saxtons River, VT)

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TUTTLE The Tuttles roms!-HA ----n ...--eq ....,-.1 THE SENIOR CLASS was hap- py to welcome to Vermont Academy its new Headmaster, Lawrence E. Tuttle, and his at- tractive family. WE HAVE BEEN PLEASED to see him grasp the reins firm- ly and demonstrate in many Ways his good will for all stu- dents and his high hopes for the school. AS THE FIRST CLASS to graduate under Mr. Tuttle, we wish him a long, happy, and distinguished career as he ex- tends and enriches the tradi- tions of the Academy. i .. wa., THE FACULTY Front row: Mrs. Hyatt, Millard Bosworth, Edmund Tripp, Headmaster Lawrence E. Tuttle, John Lucy, Warren Chivers, Miss Afflack. Middle row: Fred Zins, Angus Black, T. Karl Tischler, Nathaniel Niles, Donald Brodine, Father Robert S. Kerr, Arnold Castagner, Michael Choukas. Top row: Roger Bragdon, Donald Hinman, David Switzer, William Van Order, Pierre Cintas. 'Qu fm MILLARD BOSWORTH ANCUS BLACK WARREN CHIVERS WILLIAM VAN ORDER 1 Chemistry, Physics, Biology Biology Physiograpliy Geography, Math an rv' EDMUND TRIPP MICHAEL CHO 792, 7'X Math Math .4 UKAS 1 if W 2 ff Q ff: ae' A. 5 Ln 5 f 'A fa ' fi flf fits if 'Af 55,3 ii? ,. 'fx he NATHANIEL NILES Math, Driver Training Bottom Row: FATHER ROBERT KER Chaplain, Religious Education MISS MARY AFFLACI4 Librarian MRS. MARIAN HYATT! Remedial Reading DONALD HINWAN T KARL TISCHLER En hsh Engllsh DONALD BRODINE E hh ARNOLD CASTAGNER DAVID SWITZER History History En lisll I4 REDERICK ZINS Hi torv JOHN LUCY D ' nbnu JNL Spanigh PIERRE CINTAS I ROGER BRACDON French, Latin X 31 ki -Arpi French, Latin THE TISCHLERSfA1umni 2 W THE BLACKS-Campbell House THE SWITZERS-Jones 1 NNN., THE CHOUKASES-Alumni 1 im 1 MR. TRIPPfAlumni 3 DORM FOLKS mi THE CHIVERS-Sturtevant f1'."'w1g MR. CINTAS-Davis House MR. VAN ORDER-Jones 2 MR. CASTACNER-'Jones 3 NIR. HINMA N-Provtor 4' THE THE ZINS THE BRODINES F THE BOSWORTHS THE JW W 11 g 5+ Z .,n" Q X ig 9. X W , 1 Way, 1 P 'Qu "Z ,gf THE DRAGDONS T UTTLES I-' ,V 5 Y 5 e wg? nf iw , E 3 7 any ,1 Nw AT HO E THE LUCYS 5 r S21 1 im , N ft -r' ,jf TKQIH4 Vkkyy ,M W k i W A M- ?,gig.g, MISS SPEAR R.N. M185 SLMONDS MISS STEVENS TAF F . 1 3 A ' "L W A K g'Lg f 1 . , M Av f "Ns, it : ,,,- '-- f D'-55 1' 5 THE BURCHSTEADS DR. AND MRS. FULLER THE RICES FATHER AND MRS. KERR fam 'i-Zig, l 3 E HLHEHHH !i33- "'3'3W' 'Af J Ag 3 Q 3 33 2 3333 333311 5 SENIGRS XXX CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT JQ11 Clamey Crawford Sweeley SECRETARY TREASURER Phil Cannon John Dowlin PETER VINCENT ALLEN "Pe1ir0,' Box 1237, Sag Harbor, L. I., New York Career Preference: Finance Hobbies: Sailing, water skiing, hydroplane racing. Sports: Cross Country, Varsity Letter 2-3-45 Track, Varsity Letter 2-3-45 Basketball, .IV Letter 3-4. Activities: Clee Club 2-3-45 Octet 3-45 Band 2-35 Electronics Club 25 Science Club 2-3, Treasurer 45 Outing Club 2-3-45 Camera Club 35 Headwaiter 3-4. RICHARD THOMAS AULISI .vudgen 5 East Boulevard, Gloversville, New York Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Waterr skiing, sports, card playing. Sports: Football, Third Team 35 Cross Country 45 Basketball, Third Team 35 Baseball, Manager 3. Activities: LIFE Contributor 45 Clee Club 45 Outing Club 4. JOHN BATTISTA AINTOSCA Hfohnrzieu 21 Branch Street, Mansfield, Massachusetts Career Preferenee: Teacher, coach. Hobby: Football Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 45 Baseball. Activities: Student Council 45 Outing Club 4 HOIVIER JENISON BOWER ujann 6 Hillcrest Avenue, Massena, New York Career Preference: Aviation Hobbies: Coins, archery, hunting, skiing, fishing, flyin Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 4, Skiing, Varsity 4. Activities: Rifle Club 4. w WILLIAM HOWARD BOSWORTH NBNF, agullyw Saxtons River, Vermont Career Preference: Biologist Hobbies: Canoeing, hunting, playing trumpet. Sports: Football, Third Team I, ,IV Letter 2, Varsity Letter 3, Varsity 4, Hockey, ,IV Letter I-2, Varsity Letter 3: Baseball, Third Team lg Track 2. Activities: WILDCAT, Photography Editor 4, Glee Club I-2-3-4: Octet I-2-3-4: Band I-2, Electronics Club 2-3-4: Science Club I-2-3-43 Rifle Club lg Outing Club I-2-3-4, Camera Club I-2-3-4. DANIEL LEE BROWN "Dan" "Brownie', 41 Congress Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts Career Preference: Salesman Hobbies: Thinking, sleeping, cars, tennis, golf. Sports: Trail Crew 4: Hockey, Varsity 4, Tennis 4. Activities: LIFE 4, WILDCAT 4, Glee Club 4, Outing Club 4. FRANCIS PAUL BUTLER "Wabbitf, Hlzzyv 7400 Oak Lane, Chevy Chase, Maryland Career Preference: Foreign Service Hobbies: The Grove, listening to Kingston Trio. Sports: Football, Third Team 2, Varsity Manager 43 Hockey, ,IV 23 Skiing, ,IV Manager 3, Rec 4: Senior Softball 4. Activities: Science Club 3-4: Outing Club 2-3-4: Dramatics Club 3-4: LIFE, Sports Editor 4. STEPHEN ANTHONY CARBINE 'Taroukv 4'King" "Rabbi', 67 Ives Avenue, Rutland, Vermont Career Preference: Lawyer Hobbies: Jazz, skiing, the stock market, singing, reading, eating. Sports: Football, Third Team I, .IV 2-3, Varsity 4g Hockey, ,IV Manager 2-3, Varsity Manager 4: Baseball, Varsity Man- ager 3-4. Activities: LIFE 4: Glee Club 4: Dramatics Club, Cast, g'Queen of Hearts," 4: Science Club 2-3-4: Rifle Club 2g Outing Club 1-2-3-4: Class Marshal 3. PHILIP YARDLEY CANNON "Phil,' HDoctor Cannon" 6'iWerde', Weston Road, Lincoln, Massachusetts Career Preference: Medicine Hobbies: Soaring, silversmithing, sports cars. Sports: Football, JV 2, ,IV Manager 3, Varsity Man- ager 4: Rec Skiing 2-3-4: Track 2-3. Activities: Student Council Cabinet 3-4, LIFE, Editor- in-Chief 43 WILDCAT, Senior Album Editor 43 Dra- matics Club, Staff 2-3-4: Electronics Club 3-4: Science Club 3-4: Outing Club 2-3, President 4: Camera Club 4: School Store 3-4: Art Club 3: Treasurer, Senior Class. DAVID EARL CHAMBERLIN 'gDr1oe" Oak Street, Saxtons River, Vermont Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Fishing, popular music, cars, girls. Sports: Football, Touch l-2, Third Team 3, Cross Country, Varsity Letter 49 Skiing, Rec 1, JV 2, JV Letter 3-4g Track 1-2, Varsity 3. Activities: WILDCAT Staff 4: Electronics Club 3-4: Outing Club 2-4. WILLIAM BRADFORD CASVVELL JR. HBrad,' nCas" R.D. 3, Lake Delta, Rome, New York Career Preference: Physicist Hobbies: Skiing, carpentry, jazz, electronics. Sports: Skiing, Varsity 4, Trail Crew 4. Activities: Clee Club 4: Science Club 4g Outing Club 43 Camera Club 4. JONATHAN CLARNER i'Clarn" i'Tights, frf, 27 Westbourne Road, Concord, New Hampshire Career Preference: Business Hobbies: Photography, records. Sports: Football, .IV Letter 3, Varsity 4: Hockey, JV Letter 3-4: Tennis, ,IV Letter 3. Activities: Student Council 3, President 4: WILDCAT, Sports Editor 4, Outing Club 3-4: Camera Club 3-4: Headwaiter 3-4, President, Senior Class. RICHARD GREY COMPSON cccompssv College Hill, Clinton, New York Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Photography, jazz, sports, science. Sports: Football, .IV Letter 3-4: Hockey, Varsity Letter 3-4-5 Tennis 3-4. Activities: Glee Club 3-4: Science Club 3-4: Outing Club 3-45 Camera Club 3, Vice-President 4-g School Store 3. WILLIAM MARCH DENKER "Denis" "Winkie" '4Willie" 925 Sierra Paracaima, Mexico IO, D. F., Mexico Career Preference: Aviation Hobbies: Ukulele, model airplanes. Sports: Cross Country, JV Letter 45 Basketball, Third Team 3, .IV 4: Baseball, Third Team 3. Activities: LIFE 4, WILDCAT 4: Glee Club 49 Science Club 3-4: Outing Club 3-4: Camera Club 3-4. LAWRENCE WILLIAM CRAY ssllapposs Bellows Falls, Vermont Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Golf, basketball, popular music. Sports: Football I-2, ,IV Letter 3-4, Basketball I-2 ,IV Letter 3, Varsity 4-9 Baseball 1, ,IV Letter 2-3. Activities: Clee Club 4-g Outing Club I-2-3-4. LEWIS CHARNLEY DUNN KLBMJU 430 E. 86th St., New York, N. Y, Career Preference: Business Hobby: Worrying Sports: Football, ,IV Letter 4: Skiing 4. Activities: LIFE 4: Glee Club 4: Science Club 4: Out- ing Club 4: Camera Club 4. JOHN WILLIAM DOWLIN "Captainv "Beat" 1800 Perry Road, N. W., Canton, Ohio Career Preference: Poet, artist. Hobbies: Thinking, jazz, literature, art, tennis, pizza. Sports: Football, Touch 1, Third Team 2g Cross Country 3, JV Letter 4: Hockey 4: Skiing I-2-3: Tennis 1, .IV 2, Varsity Letter 3, Captain 4. Activities: Glee Club 3-4: Science Club 4: Outing Club I-2-3-4. JOHN STILES EARLE I5 Fremont Street, Westfield, Massachusetts Career Preference: Teaching Hobby: Sports cars. Sports: Football, Varsity 4: Hockey 4. Activities: LIFE 4. JOSEPH EBERLE III ajayi, ajay-Raya ..Ebul,, Central Road, Rye Beach, New Hampshire Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Stamps, guitar, popular music. Sports: Football, Touch 1, JV 2-3, Varsity 4: Basketball, Third Team 1, JV Letter 2-3, Varsity 4: Baseball, Third Team 1, ,IV Letter 2, Varsity Letter 3-4. Activities: Glee Club 2-3-4: Science Club 4: Rifle Club 2-3-4, MICHAEL DONALD GALLAGHER K "Milre', Rutland, Vermont Career Preference: Geology Hobbies: Skiing, hunting, fishing, reading, tennis. Sports: Cross Country, Varsity Letter 4: Skiing, Varsity Letter 43 Track, Varsity Letter 4. Activities: Outing Club 4. CHARLES WILLIAM EMIG 'gCharlie', Miller Road, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania Career Preference: Law Hobbies: Hunting, traveling, mechanics Sports: Trail Crew 4, Rec Skiing 4. Activities: Clee Club 4. QQVK JEHSG, CHARLES WOODBRIDGE HI COX .tW00dy,, 203 E. Robinson, Shreveport, Louisiana Career Preference: Medicine or teaching Hobbies: Sports, drawing cartoons, wasting time. Sports: Football, Touch 1, Third Team 2, JV Letter 3-4: Basketball, Third Team 1-2, JV Letter 3-4: Base- hall, Third Team 1, ,IV 2, ,IV Letter 3. Activities: WILDCAT, Co-Editor-in-Chief: Cheerleader 4: Cvlee Club 2-3, Vice-President 4: Octet 3-4: Band I-2-3-443 Science Club 3-4: Rifle Club 1: Outing Club I-2-3-4: Camera Club 3-41: Art Club 3: Heudwaiter 4. S if-X Qxrcs-Q,q I, JAMES DOUGLAS HALEY S "Sheriff, 1207 Collyer Street, Longmont, Colorado Career Preference: Medicine Hobbies: Ukulele, sports, cars, the Grove. Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 4: Basketball, Varsity Letter 4. Activities: Science Club 4-g Outing Club 4-. PORTER FRANCIS HULETT "Hooch,, 'fPort', "Huey" Manchester, Vermont Career Preference: Business Hobbies: Sports Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 4g Basketball, Varsity 4. Activities: Student Council 413 LIFE 41: Outing Club 4-. JOHN WARD KENNY "Ward" "Ken" 160 Oxford Street, Hartford, Connecticut Career Preference: Law Hobbies: Water skiing, boating, athletics. Sports: Football, Third Team 2-3, Varsity Letter 4, Hockey, JV Letter 2, Varsity Letter 3-45 Baseball, Third Team 2, JV Letter 3. Activities: Outing Club 2-3-43 Camera Club 4: Science Club 4. RICHARD PENN LARDNER JR. "Penn,' "Lard,, "Black Man" 20 Clinton Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey Career Preference: Business administration or biochemistry. Hobbies: Sports, boats, dancing, singing, parties. Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 3, Captain 4: Basketball, ,IV 3g Hockey, .IV Letter 3, Varsity 4: Track, Varsity Letter 2-3. Activities: Student Council 3, Vice-President 4: Glee Club 2-3, President 43 Octet 3-4: Outing Club 2-3-4, JESS BARKER KILGORE ..Kil,, Indian Waters Drive, New Canaan, Connecticut Career Preference: Medicine Hobbies: Art, biology, mineralogy, country clubs. Sports: Football, ,IV Letter 3-43 Skiing 3-4: Track 3. Activities: LIFE 4: WILDCAT, Art Editor 4: Clee Club 45 Science Club 3-4: Outing Club 3-43 Camera Club 3, President 43 Art Club 35 Headwaiter 4. MARK EDWARD LEONARDI ::Texn Westminster Street, Saxtons River, Vermont Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Sports, popular music. Sports: Cross Country, Varsity Letter 3-4: Basketball, JV Letter 2, Varsity Letter 3-4: Baseball, Varsity Letter 2-3, Captain 4: Trail Crew 2. Activities: Outing Club 1-2-3-4. ROBERT WARREN LAUGHTON "Bob" "Lau,ght,' 19 St. Mary's Lane, Norwalk, Connecticut Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Sports Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 4g Hockey, Varsity Letter 3-43 Track, Varsity Letter 3-4. Activities: Glee Club 4-g Science Club, President 4g Outing Club 4. CHRISTOPHER BERNARD MINER HKU!! cfo U.S. Consulate General, Istanbul, Turkey Career Preference: Foreign Service Hobby: Jazz Sports: Trail Crew 4: Basketball, JV Manager 4. Activities: Outing Club 4. ..i f f-saw w.,,,.H--.i , ,,,, "Spin-Quickv ROY NELSON MINICH Saxtons River, Vermont Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Cartooning, Dixieland jazz, playing trombone. M Sports: Football, Touch l, Third Team 2-3, .IV 45 Rec Skiing 1-2-3-4, Baseball, Third Team 1-2g Tennis, JV 3-4. Activities: LIFE 45 WILDCAT, Art Editor 49 Band 1-2-3-43 Outing Club 4. ROBERT LEONARD MORSE "Bob" "Moe" 49 Brewer Parkway, South Burlington, Vermont Career Preference: Business Hobby: Skiing Sports: Football, Varsity 45 Skiing, Varsity 4. Activities: Outing Club 4. PETER WAUMBECK MITCHELL "Mitch" "Herkimer" 136 Kemper Street, Wollaston, Massachusetts Career Preference: Astronomer Hobbies: Astronomy, classical music, reading science fiction and poetry, playing guitar. Sports: Trail Crew 2-3-4: Basketball, Third Team 2-3-43 Tennis 3-4. Activities: LIFE 3, Copy Editor 4g WILDCAT, Co- Editor-in-Chief 43 Clee Club, Co-Manager 2-3-43 Science Club 2-4g Rifle Club 2-35 Outing Club 2-3-43 Art Club 3. JAMES WALLACE NOYES "Jim" "Flea" Bellows Falls, Vermont Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Sports, popular music. Sports: Football, Third Team 35 Basketball, Third Team 1-2-3-43 Baseball, Third Team 1-23 Trail Crew 3-4. Activities: Glee Club 3-45 Outing Club 4. DENIS THOMAS NOONAN III 490 Williams Street, Pittsfield, Massachusetts Career Preference: Business Hobbies: Sports, chess. Sports: Football, Touch 2g Cross Country 3, Varsity Letter 45 Skiing, Rec 2, JV Letter 3-45 Track 3. Activities: LIFE, Business Manager 4g WILDCAT, Business Manager 49 Glee Club 3-45 Science Club 4: Outing Club 2-3-4. MARK MILLER OTTEY "0ttino,' "Marko-Sortegov Lakeville, Connecticut Career Preference: Forestry Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, skiing, folk-music, guitar. Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 4g Skiing, Varsity 3, Captain 4, Track, Varsity Letter 3, Captain 4. Activities: Student Council 4g LIFE 4: WILDCAT 49 Glee Club 4: Outing Club 4. WJ JOHN ALLEN QUEBMAN NJIICICU "Queeb" "Jake" 107 N. Worcester Street, Norton, Massachusetts Career Preference: Business Hobby: Sports ?'jl:gjrfIf:aSfE?5aYb3lli-qilv Leller 23, YHTSiiy 4g Tennis, JV Letter ctivities: LIFE 4: Cheerleader 4, S ' Cl b 2-3-4' O ' Club 2-3-4-g Camera Club 2-3-4. Hence u i utmg ROBERT SHERWOOD SEELEY .fB0b,, .45-ser, 25 Carlton Place, Staten Island, New York Career Preference: Business Hobbies: Trumpet, jazz, reading, night life in N. Y. C. Sports: Cross Country 3, Varsity Manager 4-3 Rec Skiing 3-4: Track, Varsity 3. Activities: LIFE, Feature Editor 4: WILDCAT, Activities Editor 4-3 Glee Club 3-4-5 Band 3-4: Outing Club 3-45 Headwaiter 4. JOHN DAVID REYNOLDS HJ. of 166 Locust Avenue, Amsterdam, New York Career Preference: Business Hobbies: Skiing, jazz. Sports: Football, Third Team 1, Varsity 2, Varsity Letter 3-4: Skiing, JV Letter 1, Varsity Letter 2-3-4: Track 1-2: Trail Crew 3. Activities: Science Club 1-2-3-4, Outing Club 1-2-3, Cabinet 4-. EDWARD HARRY STEINLE ard" ftsieinf: 70 Craigmoor Road, W. Hartford, Connecticut Career Preference: Industry Hobbies: Hunting, hi-fi Sports: Football, ,IV 33 Cross Country 43 Rec Skiing 3-4-3 Track 3-4-. Activities: WILDCAT 4g Glee Club 3-43 Octet 4-5 Science Club 4-3 Outing Club 3-4. PAUL FREDERICK SINGER 22 Park Avenue, Westerly, Rhode Island Career Preference: Dentistry Hobbies: Sports, word puzzles. Sports: Football, .IV Letter 33 Basketball, JV Letter 2, Varsity 3, Varsity Letter 43 Cross Country 43 Baseball, ,IV Letter 2-3. Activities: LIFE 4-3 Cheerleader 3, Captain 43 Glee Club 3-4-g Rifle Club, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4-3 Outing Club 2-3-4-. RONALD THOMAS STEWART 3 "Stew', "Ronnie" 166-26 Powells Cove Blvd., Whitestone, New York Career Preference: Meteorology Hobbies: Athletics, records, riding subways. Sports: Football, Third Team 2, JV Letter 3, Varsity 4-5 Rec Skiing 23 Hockey, .IV Letter 3, Varsity 4-3 Baseball, Third Team 23 Track, Varsity 3. Activities: Glee Club, Co-Manager 2-3-43 Octet 4-3 Band 2-33 Electronics Club 3-4-3 Science Club 3-43 Rifle Club 2-33 Outing Club 2-3-4-g Camera Club 2-3-4-3 Art Club 3. CRAWFORD KENNETH SWEELEY JR. "Swee1s', 25 Curtis Street, West Somerville, Massachuetts Career Preference: Medicine Hobbies: Horses, word puzzles. Sports: Football, Touch l, Third Team 2: Hockey, JV Letter 1-2, Varsity Letter 3, Captain 45 Baseball, Third Team 1, JV Letter 2, Varsity 3-4. Activities: LIFE 49 WILDCAT 4, Cheerleader 3-4g Glee Club 4: Science Club 4: Outing Club l-2-3-4: Headwaiter 4: Vice- President, Senior Class. DAVID BURCHARD TAYLOR "Bwana,' High Meadow Road, Southport, Connecticut Career Preference: Medicine Hobbies: Sailing, music, dancing. Sports: Football, JV 3: Hockey, JV Letter 45 Rec Skiing 33 Tennis, Varsity Letter 3-4: Trail Crew 4. Activities: Clee Club 4g Science Club 43 Outing Club 3-4: Camera Club 3-4. NORMAN EVANS SWIFT f4N0rm,, uswiftyv 53 New Meadow Road, Barrington, Rhode lsland Career Preference: Undecided Hobbies: Sports, sports cars, piano. Sports: Football, ,IV Letter 2, Varsity 33 Basketball, Varsity Letter 2-3, Captain 4: Baseball, Varsity Let- ter 3-4. Activities: Clee Club 3-4: Science Club 2-3-45 Rifle Club 3: Outing Club 2-3-4: Camera Club 4. GARY ELLIS TOOTHAKER "Chief "Tooth" 2360 Bellaire, Denver, Colorado Career Preference: Law Hobby: Sports Sports: Football, Varsity Letter 4: Rec Skiing 4. Activities: Glee Club 4, Science Club 49 Outing Club 4 Camera Club 4. PETER GERRIT VAN SCHAICK .4 ,, Skook Pleasant Street, Saxtons River, Vermont Career Preference: Teacher Hobbies: Classical music, modern jazz, reading, playing trombone, debating. Sports: Football, Touch 1, Third Team 2, JV Letter 39 Basketball, Third Team 1, Varsity Manager 4, Rec Skiing 2-3: Baseball, Third Team 13 Track, Varsity Letter 2-3-4. Activities: Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Octet 4, Band 1-2-3-4: Dramatics 45 Outing Club 3-4. KURT PIERCE WESTERGREN 359 Main Street, Portland, Connecticut Career Preference: Contractor Hobbies: Athletics Sports: Cross Country, ,IV 2, Varsity 33 Basketball, Third Team 2-35 Hockey, Varsity Letter 4g Rec Skiing Ig Baseball, Third Team 1-2, .IV Letter 3. Activities: LIFE 4g WILDCAT 43 Cheerleader 4: Glee Club 49 Science Club 1-2-3-4: Rifle Club 1-2, Outing Club 1-2-3-4: Camera Club 1-2-3. JOSEPH AMORY WESTON seloeu aj-oseu Saxtons River, Vermont Career Preference: Civil engineering Hobbies: Stamps, guns, coins. Sports: Football, Third Team 1, JV Letter 2, Varsity 3, Varsity Letter 4, Basketball, Third Team 1-2-3: Track 1-2-3. Activities: Electronics Club 3-4: Science Club 3-4g Outing Club 2-3-4: Camera Club 3-4. DONALD BLEVON ZINN cr as cc - u D. B. Diz 1045 Kingstown Road, Peace Dale, Rhode Island Career Preference: Engineering Hobbies: Records, sailing, models, tennis. Sports: Basketball, .IV Letter 3-4, Tennis, Varsity 3-4, Trail Crew 3-4, Activities: Glee Club 49 Band 3-4: Science Club 3-43 Rifle Club 3-49 Outing Club 3-43 Camera Club 3-4. GEORGE ANDREW YEOMANS "Yo-yo" Elm Street, Norwich, Vermont Career Preference: Teaching or Coaching Hobbies: Sailing, taking pills. Sports: Football, JV Letter 1, Varsity 2, Varsity Letter 3-43 Skiing, .IV 1, JV Letter 2, Varsity Manager 3-45 Track 1, Varsity 2-3-4. Activities: WILDCAT, Photography Editor 43 Glee Club 2-3-43 Science Club 4: Rifle Club lg Outing Club l-2-3, Vice-President 4g Camera Club 3-4. MUN Py w l MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST LEADERSHIP ' WH! SENH Phil Cannon Jon Clarner Penn L31-dner OUTDOOR MEN MOST POPULAR Mike Gallagher Phil Cannon Porter Hulett John Antosca CLASS CLOWN MOST CAREFREE QUIETEST NOISIEST Porter Hulctt Norm Swift .less Kilgore Crawford H0 ln, e ,SS DONE MOST FOR V.A. Phll Cannon Www Www Ed Steinle BEST LOOKING A-i w MOST REPRESENTATIVE OF V.A. CLASS B .Ion Clarncr BEST ATHLETE ,F f 2' Mike Gallagher BEST DRESSED if Pete Mitchell BEST PHYSIQUE John Antosca LADIES MAN -.QQLM ' - .... r 5555, rw , Ee RAINS Paul Butler CLASS CRIND .Ian Bower MOST ALL-ROUND GUY 1 I , .le gs w I W 3 5 Q + . , , I A ,agw 2? , Lewis Dunn Paul Singef Jim Haley 3I MV' 15" K ern ""4-In awmvlmwnzis mf-f., ma, ,,. , ,,. ,,.. , , ,, .ui K, , it Q wif, ww , V W W5 ,.,,, F1 , ,ik - 9221. 1 iw ' 2 3, A -jf? ,E WW i J' -. , ,, 1 f gg, K W-. P ,Q 74 ya, E ai? 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F K A 2 :r ig E, gm S, we S 5 5 'i 2 in fm , , 1 Z r 1 , f 5 Q W vm: gd E 1 X L 'Q KK? fax - wxyg fwwfw 1 ' '2,f,' '- , . ESPANOL LUNCH I Q pg-if I h ' bh Q :g?e,? PIE SPORTS T me EVENING MEETING ' I . 9:50 PM. iw Xl qu, 'wav A I www.-I-,, FRANCAIS DINNER STUDENTS Pete Allen, leave my "Man Tan" after-shave lotion to Greg Chase. Johnny Antosca, leave hoping the Campbell freshmen will grow up to be dorm proctors. Dick Aulisi, leave my weight-training program to HTiger,' Talbot hoping he will use it. Bill Bosworth, leave my father to next year's chemistry class. Jan Bower, leave my well-merited nickname uStudy,' to that hard-working, timid, Gettysburgbound cool cat, Norm Sift. I, Dan Brown, leave by bed-making ability to someone with more finesse and patience. Paul Butler, leave my wicked, Wicked ways. Phil Cannon, leave my responsibilities to Danny Donaldson. Tony Carbine, leave my manly physique to '6Bat" Matheson. Brad Caswell, leave my Deutches Hut to the Wom- bats. Dave Chamberlin, leave my high arches to Ed Potter ,lon Clarner, leave my roomate's '6Man Tan" bottle to Ted Okie. Dick Compson, leave my broken hockey sticks to Tom Wood. Larry Cray, leave the great green hills of Vermont to Borch and Partel. Bill Denker, leave my ability to snafu Physics to someone on good terms with Doc. John Dowlin, leave my broken down barber shop and my philosophical advice to ,lack Ruth. Lewis Dunn, leave memories of the "Beaver" and the "Badger,' to Lee Stanley. John Earle, leave my seat in the Sunday night Maverick Watchers Club to Gay Dorman. Charles Emig, leave my ugreata' skiing ability to anyone who is unbreakable. Mike Gallagher, leave my powerful legs to Partel. Jim Haley, leave my sheriff's badge and guns to Paul Stagner, who needs a little more law and order also. Woody Hickcox, leave my wondrous ability to make any and all J.V. teams for two years in a row to any spastic who wants it. Poter Hulett, leave my ulcer to Ted Okie. Ward Kenny, leave my fierce drive and rough-and- tumble tactics in sports to Sherbrook. ,less Kilgore, leave my Brooks Brothers labels to any snob who considers himself of the "beau mondef, Penn Lardner, leave the memory of my ambiguous looks for "Beano" to laugh at forever. 38 Bob Laughton, leave-l hope! Mark Leonardi, leave my broken bats and roll of tape to Mr. Zins and the next unsuspecting baseball candidate. Christopher Miner, leave Bro still trying to tune in on my back-of-the-room whispers. Roy Minich, leave my cartooning pencils to anyone with imagination and a kind heart. "Herkimer,' Mitchell, leave my Board 700 scores and V.A. "C" efforts to Andy Tarshis, hoping he won't need them. Bob Morse, leave my Vermont heritage to 'cYeti,, Livingston hoping he will always be a true Vermonter. Denis Noonan, leave the reins of authority in Sturtevant to anyone who can handle them. ,lim Noyes, leave my black leather jacket with all the zippers to ucoolw Bill Rose. Mark Ottey, leave my jumping skis to Teddy Chivers. J. D. Reynolds, leave my immaculate room to Sammy Bartow. Bob Seeley, leave what's left of the music practice stalls to Mr. Tischler. Paul Singer, leave the Bragdonian system of marking and his French theater of war to future French scholars. ,lack Quebman, leave basketball shot chart to Pete Vea. Ed Steinle, leave my bongos for the Wombats. Ronnie Stewart, leave like Schubert with my fifth unfinished. Crawford Sweeley, leave my squeals, honks, and jab- bering to echo forever in the depths of Alumni. Norm Swift, leave my position as ranking challenger at the pool table to any junior who can stand the pressure. Dave Taylor, leave my skill as a lab technician to "Beetles,, Baxter. Gary Toothaker, leave Vermont. Pete Van Schaick, leave my bewilderment of Brag- donian French to future aspirants. Kurt Westergren, leave my car to any junior planning a "college weekf' ,loe Weston, leave my guns, and stamp and coin collec- tions to any junior who can find more spare time than I did. George Yeomans, leave my pills, cranberry juice, graham crackers and honey grams to anyone who can stomach them. Don Zinn, leave my ABC7s to Ted Okie. I ffl j f 5 A Kg s X H ff I X I ,, ff X X, 4 !,f ff ' f ff! if , N r 7 Af f if ha.i i h . + X ff Zw it f X KMA! WN i 4 l ,V ,Q gxx ! vw Z, 5 5 W X Q WQWAW' E NF? I N ff ' f ' f Q 4 X ?g , 1 1 f 3 11 Ilmi ill: mill N ' f x-5 R XI l SPORTS - VARSITY FOOTBALL Rain played an important part in the outcome of most of this seasonis football games, since on four Saturdays rain made it impossible to employ the passing ability of quarterback John Antosca. How- ever, when the aerial game was possible, Jim Haley and Mark Ottey proved adept at snagging almost any variety of pass. When the team switched to a ground attack, the running skills of Bob Laughton produced needed points. Laughton was high scorer for the season with 26 points. Porter Hulett, J. D. Reynolds, George Yeomans, Don Erion, and Bill Bose were solid assets in defensive play. The first game, played at home, was lost to a strong Williston team, 36-8. Completely out-played in the first half, Vermont came back in the second half to play an improved game and score its only touchdown of the game. The Wildcats hoped to repeat their last year's history-making defeat of Deerfield, but the final score in the game played away was l4-0 in Deerfield's favor. The Vermonters played on even terms with Deerfield, but' a few critical plays made a big difference in a game that could have gone either way. An intercepted V.A. pass and the halftime whistleis blowing with V.A. on the Deerfieldis one-yard line spelled the difference. On Parents, Weekend the team was in high spirits for the Wilbraham game and put on a good show for their friends and relatives in the audience. Vermont, plainly the stronger team, completely out- played the visitors and won 22-O. Rain on October 24 made it necessary to postpone the New Hampton game until the following Mon- day. The team met a very strong New Hampton club on its own field after a grueling trip. Playing only mediocre ball during the first half and losing at the half by twenty points, the team bounced back in the second half to score once in the third quarter and twice in the fourth before they finally lost 22-28. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-Top row: Cannon fmanagerb, Stewart, Kenny, Baxter, Bartow, Morse, son, Ruth, Weston, Gillette, Butler and Ragland Cmanagersl. Middle row: Mr. Choukas and Mr. Lucy fco-captain electl, Benson, Dellinger, Turnbull, Stagner, Eberle, Yatsevitch, Wallace, Clarner, Bosworth, Vea, Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Antosca, IOACH JOHN LUCY, CAPTAIN PENN .ARDNER, COACH MIKE CHOUKAS. ...22 SEASON SUMMARY Vermont ,,,, 8 36 ,,,,,, ,,,. W illiston Vermont ,,,Y 0 14 ,,,,, ,,,,,, D eerfield 0 Wilbraham H22 28 ,,,, New Hampton 6 6 ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, Cushing 0 14- ,,,,,,,, Mt. Hermon 8 C20 ,,,. Kimball Union VARSITY LETTER AWARDS Bartow, Benson, Bower, Cannon fmgr.J, Erion, Haley, Hua lett, Kenny, Lardner, Laughton, Ottey, Reynolds, Rice, Rose, Toothaker, Weston, Yeomans. E. K. HALL AWARD Penn Lardner. FALL SPORTS BANQUET SPEAKER JOHN McLAUGHRY, BROWN UNIVERSITY FOOT- BALL COACHg E. K. HALL AWARD-WIN- NER LARDNER, HEADMASTER L. E. TUT- TLE. The following week the team traveled to Cushing Academy where they played on a mud-Covered field which made both ground attacks and passing plays difficult. Bob Laughton scored V.A.'s touch- down. while Cushing scored on a recovered fumble in the Wildcats, end zone to tie Vermont, 6-6. V.A. suffered another defeat when a strong Mount Hermon team marred the Homecoming celebra- tion by overpowering Vermont llll-0. The team and the school were fired up for the last game of the season, the traditional game with K.U.A. The whole school journeyed to Kimball Union to cheer the squad on to a 20-8 win. Bob Laughton and ,lim Haley scored touchdowns, and Mark Ottey made the extra-point kicks. With the fervent leadership of Captain Penn Lardner and the fine coaching of Mr. Lucy and Mr. Choukas, the team played some good ball games. It was a good season despite the 2-4-I record. Q ' electl, Toothaker, Mr. Tripp ftrainerl. row: Bower, Antosca, Hulett, Reynolds, Yee-mans, Lardner fcaptainl, Erion, Laughton, Haley, Ottey, Rose foo- 4I ,Aww- 5? ' W -QL 2 E F ibm, 'Sf if " f3, ,' F' TW W 'Q I I I 5 - A S f 'fry i , W ' WIT :fm 5 . I , 5 1 ' Y A 32 ' L L lk In 'Q- ,lm if I : , 1 Q 5 'sigma 3-QW? .A 4 was I Q -M-Q- II -ww' A it ggi JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD-Top row: Newcombe and Padelford fnianagersj, Dunn, Hastings, Potter, Compson, Schladermunrj Partel, Minich, Borch. Middle row: Mason, Galacar, Redmond, Littlefield, Stanley, Robinson, C. Hickcox, Gleason, Wood, Mr. V Order and Mr. Castagner Ccoachesl. Bottom row: Talbert, Kilgore, Hope, Donaldson, Calder and Cray foo-captainsl, Gillette, Boothb' Anderson, Ashworth. Although the material, the effort, the team ended the season with a 2-4 The season started off fast with in which V.A. finally triumphed, 8-0. Finally, though coaches Castagner and J.V. FUOTBALL and the team spirit of the Junior Varsity football squad were each quite goof record. The score sheet is not at all indicative of the team's ability. an impressive 12-6 win over K.U.A. and a hard-fought 'fame with Brattlebor FJ 23 ln the next three games, the opponents were simply too strong for the J.V.' Van Urder had the team ready for a repeat performance of the first ball garr of the season, Kimball Unionis fast start combined with some bad breaks resulted in a heartbreaking 6-0 defeat. The first team was composed of Gleason, Ashworth, Cray, Minich, Donaldson, Compson, and Partel on the lint with Mason, Gillette, Dunn, and Galacar in the backfield. Standouts on defense were Stanley, Dunn, Hope, Ashwortl and Calder, while Bill Mason did an outstanding job as offensive quarterback. Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermontm.. Vermont, ,,,,,, Vermont 44 SEASON SUMMARY 6 Kimball Union 6 Brattleboro . ,,,,, 0 24 ,,.,. Mount Vernon . ,,,,, 6 32 ,,,, . ,,,,...,,,,, Keene High .. 0 6 ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, C ushing O Kimball Union J.V. LETTER WINNERS Ashworth, Calder, Chase fmanagerj, Compson, Cray Donaldson, Dunn, Galacar, Gillette, Gleason, C. Hick cox, Hope, Kilgore, Littlefield, Mason, Minich, Schla dermundt, Stanley, Talbert, Wood. HRD POOH3 XLL DQUAD Top row licot liyciinoie tmana tl D farshis, Griffith, E. Alle11, Stuehell, DuBois, Arcson. Middle w Dixon Fldiow D Hlckcox P H Johnson Leeter Weeks We ner, Moody, Mr. Niles and Mr. Hinman fcoachesl. Bottom row: aithini Waldnn Sl4lI1llOl'f Wolf Foul Eatman l D loh on Nile, Odgvrs, Hawkins. THIRD LOOIBALL TOUCH FOOTBALL Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont V ermont Vermont Vilas , W Putney W ,,tt, Putney H ,,,,,,, Putney Saxtons River Saxtons River H Putney JULH FOOTBALL SOUAD Bac! rou, Elias cn Ililhot Rue ell P flark, Baker, I. Steele, MacA1-l, Crowell. Middle row: 'Van haitk Kmdna er? Frlloys Kihbe Fullel Cuttin l Calla hel Nlatlnson, Mr. Switterv lL'O3Clll. Bottom row: Sisson, Knight, Geiger, CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD-Top row: Aulisi, C. Steele, Compton, A. Mitchell, W. Clark, Hubert, Steinle, Singer, Tarbox. Middle roi Seeley fmanagerl, Cabot, Denker, Hinckley, Dowlin, Noonan, Loveley, H. Brown, Mr. Cintas, Mr. Black fcoachesl. Bottom ro, Chamberlin. Brodhead, Leonardi. M. Gallagher, Dorman lcaptainl, P. Allen, Cooper lcaptain-electi, D. Clark, Angell. This year the cros the squad was broken CROSS COUNTRY 5 Country Squad found itself in the enviable position of having too many aspirants. Therefor up into a varsity team and a J.V. QYOUP- Under the spirited coaching of Mr, Black and Mr, Cintas, the varsity cross country team had a fine seasc with six wins and two losses. Hard work and superior ai3iiitY Paid Oii HS Mike Gallagher- Captain GHY DOTITI3 Don Clark, Pete Allen, Mark Lgonardi, and Rick Cooper racked up fast runs and solid wins. Mike Gallagher, form Rutland High School star, set and broke records on nearly CVCFY COUTSC OVCT Wi1iCi1 he fail- The season opened with 3 meet against an always strong Rutland team. After losing this race, 31-24, the V.. runners bounced back with a win over a good Keene squad, 26-30. Ti1iS SCOIC WHS TCPC-HlCCl in thc I1GXi meet Wi Putney. ln the following week, the harriers returned to Rutland and lost a Close one, 29-26, although Gallagher f a course record there with a time of 12:34. Brattleboro came course record with a t up to V.A. for the next race and was solidly routed, 21-39, as Mike Gallagher broke the V. ime of 11:59. The Academy runners then returned to Brattleboro and, racing on a rain-soak course, won by the score of 26-33. The last two meets of the season were run over a new, longer V.A. course. T Vermont runners beat the Mount Hermon J.V.'s, 20-37, and then overwhelmed Putney by a score of 17-41. The Junior Varsity squad also had a winning season. Composed of A. Mitchell, Noonan, Brodhead, Denker, a Hubert, it won over Keene, Brattleboro, and Putney, and tied Springfield. Next yearis cross Don Clark, Angell, Br country team will be built around a nucleus consisting of Captain-elect Rick Cooper, fleet-foot odhead, Dorman, and Alan Mitchell. CROSS COUNTRY LET- TER AWARDS: P. Allen, Angell, Chamberlin, D. Clark, Cooper, Dorman, M. Gallagher, Leonardi, Noonan, Seeley frnanag- erl. CROSS COUNTRY LEADERS: Coach Pierre C i n t a s, Record-setter Mike Gallagher, Captain Gay Dorman, and Head Coach Angus Black. SEASON SUMMARY flow score winsl Vermont ........ 31 24 ........ Rutlai Vermont ........ 26 30 ......,.,,,. Kee Vermont ........ 26 30 .......... Putn Vermont ........ 29 26 ........ Rutlai Vermont ........ 21 39.- Brattlebo Vermont. ....... 26 331 Brattlebo Vermont ......,, 20 37 .,...........,,, 11 Herrnon , Vermont ........ 17 41 ....,,,.,r Putn VARSITY BASKETBALL Before the start of the season, the outlook for the Varsity Basketball team was rather dim, as all but one starter had graduated from a sub-par 1959 team. Captain Norm Swift was the lone player returning from last year, Paul Singer, Mark Leonardi, Jack Quebman, Larry Cray, and ,lay Eberle came up from the J.V.'s of last year, while the newcomers to the V.A. court were Paul Stagner, Jim Haley, Porter Hulett, Ed Potter, and Pete Vea. The outlook brightened considerably when V.A. routed Cushing Academy on the home court in the first game of the season, 71-48. V.A.'s 71-point total was a record breaker, the highest score made by a Vermont team on the floor of the Williams Gym- nasium. After winning a close match at New Hampton, the Wildcats journeyed to Mount Hermon, where they finally pulled out a 58-57 win in one of the most exciting games seen then finally pulled out a 58-57 win in one of the most exciting games seen by either xhool in many years. After a slow start, "Sheriff" Haley unleashed seven field goals during the second half to finish as the game's high scorer with 21 points. After the three-game road stint, the Acads were host to K.U.A. at the Vermont Winter Camival. The Wildcats won easily, 58-43, before a large crowd of spectators. During the following week, a tall Darthmouth Freshman HB" team and a vengeful K.U.A. team nipped V.A. with good second-half shooting. A refreshing victory over the Alumni All- Stars, 52-44, set the team up to trip a tall Deerfield quintet to the tune of 61-51. This game was highlighted by the record-breaking performance of Captain Norm Swift as he pumped through 35 points. The previous record of 34 points for one game was held by two former V.A. players, Mike Nason and Don Angell. Three days later the Wildcats went to Middlebury College, where they played the Freshmen and emerged with a win only after battling through an overtime period. At Cushing the following week, they came out on top in a close, 43-37 game. With four consecutive victories under their belts, the V.A. hoopsters hosted Woroester's New England champions. The first half ended with Vermont ahead, 27-26, but the visitors scored high in the third quarter and finally won. Jim Haley, Mark Leonardi, and Paul Stagner all hit double figures. At Deerfield in the next game, V.A. came from behind in the second half to overwhelm the Green team, 53-41. On February 23, a highly-touted Tilton team came to Saxtons River and were soundly defeated, 74-65, as V.A. broke the scoring record again. Paul Stagner led the scoring parade with 19, while Swift, Leonardi, Haley, and Singer all hit double figures. On the following Saturday, the Widcats had difficulty getting used to Williston's court and were defeated. Then, in a game which both teams wanted very much to win, V.A. beat Moimt Hermon. On Wednesday, March 2, the Widcats journeyed to Fryeburg Academy, with a stop for lunch at Tilton, to play in the semifinals of the New England Prep School Champion- ship tournament. They lost to an all-p.g. Maine Central Institute team in a game which was very clase during the first half. The final score was 68-55. Through the able coaching of Mr. Castagner, the staunch morale of the players, and the skillful use of a considerable fund of talent, the Varsity Basketball team compiled a season record of 11 games won and 4 lost, in one of the best seasons in recent years. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUADkStanding: Potter, Cray, Hulett, Quebman, Eberle, Vea, Mr. Castagner fcoachl. Sealed: Singer, Haley, Swift fcaptainj, Stagner, Leonardi. SEASON SUMMARY -,,.,,,,,,,,Verrnont ,,,,..,-.,.-,Ver1nont ,...,,,, Vermont ,,,,,,,,,,,,Vermorit . ,.... ,. A ..,,, Vermont ,...,.-.,v.,,Vermont ,,,,,.-..e..Vermont . ...,,,,,. ,,Vermont ,,,,,,,,,,,,Vern1ont -,,,,,,,.-..Verrnont -,,,,,.-,-.Vermont e,,,,,,,,,,,Vermont -,,r.,-.-,.,Vermont -,..,,,,.-..Verrnont -..,,,,,,,,Vermont ,,,,,,,,,,,,Vermont Cushing ..,.,,,,,, New Hampton ,.,.. Mount Hermon ......,.e... 57 Knnball Union .....,... ,,.. Dartmouth Frosh ,,,,,,, ., 69 Kimball Union .,,,....,,,. 58 Alumni ...,,,,,,,,,.. Deerfield .......,.......,t,,.,... Middlebury Frosh ..,,,,. 55 47 54 43 44 51 Cushing ....l,.,......,..,...... 37 Worcester ....,ee ,e.... 6 9 V Deerfield ....... ..,.... 4 1 Tilton .....,,,,,,.., ,,,..,. 6 5 Williston --V-iAu,---,----,iivw--- 75 CAPTAIN SWIFT and COACH CASTAGNER Mount Hennon ...,,.....,. 44 Maine Central Inst. .,.. 68 VARSITY LETTERS Lawrence Cray, Joe Eberle, Jim Haley, Porter Hulett, Mark Leonardi, Malcolm Potter, John Quebman, Paul Singer, Paul Stagner, Norman Swift, Peter Vea, Peter Van Schaick Qmgnj. 1961 CAPTAIN-ELECT: Paul Stagner AWARD WINNERS: SWIB Greatest Contributiong HAf -Best Foul Shot X K f X H' 5 Lf ,V .9 - ,A , as 0, Ek ,-' I -fi f A ff 4' . ,V JA if H X 5 5 ,7"W'4 C V 5 x 1 X X. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD-Back row: Miner fmanagerl, Denker, Griffith, Lester, Wallace, Zinn, Mr. Lucy Ccoachl. Front row: DuBois, Hickcox, Dorman fcaptainl, Hope, Gillette, Chase. J. V. BASKETBALL With returning lettermen Hickcox, Chase, and Zinn, former third team players Gillette, Hope, Partel, and Lester, and newcomers DuBois and Dorman, the ,l.V.'s got off to a fast start. They defeated the visiting Cushing J.V.,s, 45-27. The team then lost to a good Mount Hermon Club and to a big, experienced Bellows Falls team. Joumeying to Meriden, the ,l.V.'s beat the Kimball Union junior team with the help of high-scoring freshman Wes DuBois. Next they lost to Mount Hermon but beat Leand and Gray, K.U.A., and Cushing, with Captain Gay Dorman and Wes Dubois leading the scoring. After a loss in double overtime to Leland and Gray, the J.V.'s won four games, defeating Mount Hermon twice, Deerfield once, and Bellows Falls once. Consistent high scoring and good playing were evident on the part of Captain Gay Dorman, Wes DuBois, Fred Gillette, Woody Hickcox, center John Hope, Bill Denker, and Greg Chase. Mr. Lucy did his usual fine job of coaching the J.V.,s. J.V. BASKETBALL AWARDS Greg Chase Bill Denker Gay Dorman Wesley Dubois Fred Gillette Charles Hickcox John Hope William Lester Chris Miner Cmgrj Don Zinn 55 ........,,,. 58 ........,.,. .l.V. BASKETBALL SEASON 45 .....,,,,,,. Vermont 62- ,,,.,,,,,,, Vermont 46 ....,.,.,,.. Vermont .-..-..,.-.-Vermont 49 ....,,,,,,,, Vermont 34 ....,..,,,,. Vennont Vermont 49 ............ Vermont 39 ,.,....,.,.. Vermont 52 .,,...,,,,,. Vermont Vermont 48 ..,..s,..vs. Vermont 42 ............ Vermont Cuslung ................ Leland and Gray - Mt. Hermon J V .... Bellows Falls .....,.. Kimball Union ...,... Mt. Hermon Sophs Kimball Union ..... Cushing ...............,. Leland and Gray - Mt. Hermon ......,e. Deerfield ..,........,. Bellows Falls - ....... Mt. Hermon ....-. , fit Q ff-All THIRD TEAM BASKETBALL SQUAD--Back row: Matheson, J. Steele, Eno, P. Mitchell, D. Hickcox. Middle row: C. Steele fmanagerl, Talbot, Noyes, M. Brown, Tarshis, Mr. Van Order fcoach.J Front row: Gleason, Geiger, Angell fcaptainl, Hubert, Steinhoff. THIRD BASKETBALL The Third Team had a good season this year, despite the fact that Coach Van Order had had very little experience with basketball and consequently had to learn with the team. The team finished with a record of 4 wins, 1 loss. The Third Team is made up of those boys who do not have the experience and height necessary to make the l.V.,s, augmented by those boys who wish to play more in competition than would be possible if they were on the second or third string of the l.V.7s. The first two games of the season, with Springfield, were won easily after slow starts. After defeating K.U.A., the team lost to Bellows Falls and then beat K.U.A. again. A large part of the teamls success can be accounted for by George Steinhoffls height and defensive ability, Captain Brian Angell's spirit and determination, Don Hubert's aggressiveness, and Marshall Glea- sons' shooting ability, plus the talents of Tom Talbot and Peter Geiger. THIRD BASKETBALL SEASON 43 ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,. V ermont Kimball Union ,,,,, ,,,,. 3 2 37 ,,,.,.,.. ....,,.. V ermont Springfield High ..,,, ,.,,. 3 2 39 .,,,..... ........ V ermont Kimball Union ,,,,, .,,,. 3 1 31 .,..,..,, - ...,,.. Vermont Springfield High .,,, ..... 3 5 32 ,t,.,,,., ,...,.i, V ermont Bellows Falls ,,,,..,, t..... 3 7 VARSITY SKIING At the beginning of the season the outlook for the Varsity ski team was dim, as there were only three skiers returning from last year,s squad. But these three, Mark Ottey, .l.D. Reynolds, and Sam Bartow, were soon surrounded by a shell of newcomers, includ- ing Mike Gallagher, Bob Morse, Brad Caswell, and ,Ian Bower. The first competition was a Nordic meet with Mount Hermon, which revealed a strong potential in both jumping and cross country. This decisive victory was followed by the V.A. Winter Carnival in which V.A. was host to Kimball Union Academy, Dart- mouth Freshmen, and Deerfield Academy. Darthmouth had a strong team, especially in the Alpine events, but our even stronger Vermont team came through and won with powerful permormances in the Nordic events. Vermont Academy then traveled north to the Kimball Union Academy Winter Carnival, where a lack of depth in the slalom and downhill forced V.A. into second place behind Holdemess and ahead of Kimball Union Academy. Next week the Varsity traveled east to meet a strong Proctor Academy team. Badly handicapped by the absence of Mark Ottey and Sam Bartow, who were at another ski meet, V.A. was quite badly beaten by this ski school. A highlight of the season was ID. Reynoldis paring of the downhill record from 51.8 to 48.5 seconds in the meet on Feb. 27 with Williams Frosh and Dublin School, which Vermont won rather easily. In what is usually the most important single meet of the season, the Eastern Ski Association Prep School Championships, V.A. was put completely out of the running by a bad break. In the slalom racing, several disqualifications forced V.A. to take a loss of 50 points in the scoring. Excellent performances in the other events, which might have put Vermont in first place otherwise, could not make up for this loss. In the meet, which was held at Middlebury College, Mike Gallagher won the cross country, Bob Morse and ,l.D. Reynolds did a good job on the downhill trail, and Sam Bartow did very well in the jumping. Throughout the season, Reynolds led the downhill racing, Mark Ottey and Sam Bartow consistently jumped superbly, and Mike Gallagher lived up to his reputation as one of the best young cross-country skiers in the nation by turning in stellar perform- ances at nearly every meet. As a result of his proficiency in jumping, Mark Ottey was selected eastern representative in the National .Iunior Championships. Q .ns- .. v V, -Q., -M Eg . I 1-Q, Jia. ,la ef"- A 'M L , is zfMw f, K C 'S 'G ,Q I5 a ,65 3 Q , .. L f - Vg 1' , I . M, H Q av' W -- J f, H ' +' ' , A uw --1 w w-w-- X V K ., ,f f.m,gf 7 A Afs m fgr my Aw- -5 .M -m,2?sf'4-S. K Ziggy - :' -va-E1-'ilu 'SN--M'-'I ,v s- Ld f ang +1 'M A -- 3 ' ,K H U W Q f eh. gf 7 -' ,qi I-1 f I A I ' l,.,..J ,if I 9'5" ffl ' V " I 5 AIA, ,tl in st' :W ie W, ,,, an VARSITY SKI SQUAD-Standing: Coach Warren Chivers, Bartow, Bower, Morse, Caswell, Yeomans Cmanagerj Kneeling: Reynolds, Ottey fcaptainl, Gallagher. VARSITY SKI SEASON Vermont w s Vermont x s Vermont vs Vermont vs. Vermont vs. Vennont vs. Mount Hermon ...,,,,,,, .,... , Dartmouth Frosh Deerfield Kimball Union ,,,,,o t,t, Kimball Union and three other schools .,,,,, Mount Hermon Putney School I ,,,..,,, W Protector and other competing schools ,,.,. Dublin School Williams Fresh .,,,.,,,,,,..,, ,,,,l..f,,,,,,.,.,,A . V ffff... Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont Vermont USEASA PREP SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP: Vermont 8th. VARSITY LETTERS Sam Bartow Mark Ottey fCapt.j Mike Gallagher .l.D. Reynolds Robert Morse George Yeoman fmgrj 1961 CAPTAIN-ELECT: Sam Bartow Coach WARREN CHIVERS and Captain MARK OTTEY Ist. Ist. 2nd Ist 3rd Ist ROGER EMERSON TROPH WINNER: MIKE GALLAGH 7 . , . , .. Mt.. W M.. I .W na1gwf-avwwferr wwe' W' m fe- . A .yrsgey W . I ' so-'-"IK I VV A , f . .. I. ' M HW-W 'B 'Q' -.. .. 'K V' ., K-' fr' ' . A f f. fy, was 411- 1 K f , " ' - " I -'-rf' ' .15 mfg A . A.. ' . I , " . ,WW JUNIOR VARSITY SKI SQUAD--Back row: Cutting, Livermore, P.D. Johnson, Noonan, Lovely, Wareham, Fuller. Middle row: Talbert, P.H. Johnson, Brodhead, Stanley, Mason, Chamberlin, Mr. Black Ccoachl. Front row: Cooper, Niles, Erion, A. Mitchell, Redmond, H. Brown. J.V. SKIING On this year's J.V. squad there were nine skiers who returned from last year's group to be the basis of a fine team. Mr. Black once again did the fine coaching job that the has always done in the past. Although the team started the season with a loss to Dublin School, it returned strongly to beat Deerfield, Cardigan Mountain School, and Kimball Union Academy. After losing to Putney, the J.V.'s beat Deerfield and K.U.A. The team showed a great deal of spark and effort which helped them a great deal in the tight spots. The team was strong in the Nordic events, with Don Eriod, Larry Niles, and Harry Brown standing out in jumping, and John Brodhead, Rick Cooper, Dave Chamberlin, and Larry Niles standing out in cross country. Don Eroin sparked the team with his cheerfulness. Larry Niles made the greatest improvement over the season. As a whole the team had a good season. Its members will make a substantial contribution to next year's varsity, which will have to be rebuilt almost from scratch. LETTER AWARDS SEASON SUMMARY John Brodhead Alan Mitchell Vennont vs. Dublin ,,,,,,,,,,,..,., Vermont lost Harry Brown Lawrence Niles Vermont Deerfield ,,,,,,.,.,.. Vermont won Dick Cooper Pete Redmond Vermont Putney School ..,. Vermont lost Don Erion Harry Wareham Vermont Cardigan Mt. .... Vermont won Peter H. JOIIHSOII Vermont Kimball Union -. Vermont won Vermont Deerfield ..,i...... Vermont won Vermont Kimball Union ,, Vermont won VARSITY HOCKEY The Varsity Hockey team, coached by Mr. Choukas and led by Captain Crawford Sweeley, had a fair season. The veteran nucleus of Crawford Sweeley, Ted Okie, Bob Laughton, Ward Kenny, and Bill Bosworth was augmented largely by inexperienced players. Vermont's untested team met a strong and experienced Deerfield squad in the first game of the season and lost, 16-1, its lone goal coming when Captain Sweeley received the puck at the blue line and went in on a solo. This defeat didnft discourage the squad, and they kept up the spirit which they had had from the first day of practice. The Wildcats lost their next game to Mount Hermon, 8-1. V.A. fought hard but did not yet have the organization necessary to beat a strong club. The Varsity then lost twice in succession to K.U.A., in the Winter Carnival games of the two schools. On its own ice in the first of these two games, V.A. was unable to get going despite enthusiastic support from students and their datm on the sidelines. At Meriden, K.U.A. managed to shut out the Wildcats again, in spite of spirited play by the offensive lines and staunch goal-tending by Kurt Westergren. On a clear, cold day the Varsity played the Alumni All-Stars, but the grads proved too strong for the younger team and won, 6-3. Vermont finally got its first victory, a long-awaited and deserved one, as they beat Hanover High School, 8-0. All three lines did a good job in this game, particularly the first line composed of Sweeley, Okie, and Laughton. The squad then journeyed down to Williams College to play the Freshmen but lost by a score of 12-1. The V.A. pucksters went to Deerfield to take on the Big Green in a heard-fought game. This turned out to be one of V.A.'s finest games, although the score was 10-1 in Deer- field's favor when the final buzzer sounded. Laughton, Okie, and Sweeley again stood out on offense, while hard-playing Ward Kenny's defensive play did much to slow down the Green men. The team wound up the season in a blaze of glory, defeating Hanover High School again on Darthmouth ice. Goalies Kurt Westergren and John Anderson held the northerners to three goals, while Sweeley, Kenny, Okkie, Laughton, Compson, and Lardner all chipped in to total nine points for V.A. Kenny played his usual game on defense. I Q . .'ll lip? ld' hm, , W'1L' ':L,P: H' L , K ' n.5figwg gg gf, ml? W , mm, vi l h Q STP- - . V 4 Q W -5 ' ' U Br P 'vt " ' 1,1 U. N LL 5 ... I - , 1 K . R, A 1, W, l a M ' - fff?4'ff.s A ' I ' 2 ' ' ' 1 'L l Ngifrfg? , A " -'sf I Z ex . K A ig - " ,L.k mi? I :I My N5 C 1 ii 'Q 1 EA 5 "' 2 Q ng- - 1 A 3' S4 4 E . X' V A I K I fv, W Ain ik- ,J N . 5116 gg f ' W iq I w I , S ' yy My A , , 5.5 ,ff 51, i. - H- M 'W ip 'L L xt L -- 2 i 1.6 ' ., ,MM A . - 1 . -' TTS ,' i h M 5 . 4 'wh W5' h we V 1 K 4 L E M, T 2 In Z5 ,,-: 7.1 K - h A x . Q I ' ,',.-: 1 N - Q I Q+ A 39? . x . ' 1 iv 2. X ' 5 i? I A' LQ , V439 D x , +1-H" Ni E ' K! V 1 ,XV A -gk. L K, J ! Q 2 k fi ham 3 .W .,,. ,, A. ' .Q 8 , ,,w,,w,A,,, . 2 9 VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD-Back row: Anderson, Nightingale, fmanagerl, Wood, Rice, Littlefield, Bergeson, Carbine Kmanage Mr. Chougas Ccoachl. Front row: D. Brown, Lardner, Kenny, Okie, Sweeley CCaptainJ, Laughton, Earle, Cornpson, Bosworth, West gren. I t,,,t,,,,,,,,rr. SEASON Vermont 1 ,,,.,,,,r,,r.,,, Vermont 0 .,t.. ,,.,,,t,,,. Vermont 0 ,,,,,,,,.. , ,,,,, Vermont 3 .,...,..,,,t..,. Vermont 2 ..r....... . ,.... Vermont Vermont ,,,,,,,..-.,.,,rVermont 1 ,,....,,,,,,.... Vermont 1 .,,,........,,,, Vermont 1 .........,...... Vermont -11,Y111,.,.e1,,VCI1T10Ht SUMMARY Deerfield ,,,v,,..,, ,,,,,,. 1 6 Mt. Hennon .,.. Kimball Union Kimball Union Alumni ....,.... Cushing .,..i , .,.... ,,,,, 4 Hanover High ..... ,.... 0 Williains Frosh Deerfield .,,t,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.. 10 Cushing ..,.,,,,........,...,,,, 4 Dartmouth Frosh ,e.i.,,. 7 Hanover High 14 6 11 CAPTAIN SWEELEY and CAPTAIN-ELECT TED OKIE an COACH CHOUKAS DANNY lVIacFAYDEN TROPHY WINNER: CAPT. SWEELEY LETTER WINNERS Dave Bergeson Bob Laughton Bill Bosworth Dave Littlefield Dan Brown Ted Okie Tony Carbine Cmgrj Larry Rice Dick Compson Crawford Sweeley fCapt.l John Earle Kurt Wwtergren Penn Lardner Tom Wood 1961 CAPTAIN-ELECT: Ted Okie GREATEST CONTRIBUTION TO HOCKEY fDanny MacFayden Trophyj : Crawford Sweeley UNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY SQUAD-Standing: Compton Cmanagerb, Flatow, Weeks, Eastman, Rose, Clarner, Higgins, Rusell Elegner, Dowlin, Hastings, Mr. Hinman fcoachl. Seated: Schladermundt, Heffernan, Shields, W. Clark, Boothby, Taylor, Handley, ,alder, Knight, Ruth, Linder. .l.V. HOCKEY The fairly good season of the Junior Varsity hockey team was due largely to the fine coaching of Mr. Hinman and the ery good spirit of the players. The season started with a good Win over Kimball Union Academy on January 13. On the 16th V.A. lost a tough game J Mount Hermon when the Hermonites scored in overtime. On January 27 Cushing Academy won a well-fought game by ie score of 4-1. The game scheduled for January 30 had to be postponed because of unfavorable weather. When the J .V.'s resumed play t was against Putney, and the junior Wildcats were able to win despite poor ice. Two days later a squad from Deerfield .efeated the Vermonters on V.A. ice. A stretch of warm weather early in February forced a number of cancellations. On February 13 the team journeyed to Deerfield to play indoors. They lost but went down playing one of their best games of the season. The season was concluded on the Darthmouth rink in Hanover, February 27 when the squad was divided into two teams or games with their opposite ntunbers from Holdemess Academy. Each school came away with a victory. The team all season had the kind of spark that is good to see in a J.V. team. Returning members should make a name or themselves on the Varsity squad next year. LETTER WINNERS John Anderson Glenn Baxter Al Boothby John Calder Bill Clark Jon Clarner Eno Compton fmgrj Dan Donaldson Mike Heffernan Dick Higgins Charles Linder Jack Ruth Eric Schladermundt Bill Shields Dave Taylor SEASON SUMMARY 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Vermont 1 .,,,..r,....,,.. Vermont 0 ,,,,....,,,.,.,, Vermont 4 .............,.. Vermont 0 ,,,,,,,,,-,,-.,, Vermont 0 .-.............. Vermont 1 ,...,,,,..,..,., Vermont Mt. Hermon ..,, Cushing ....,..,.. Mt. Hermon - Putney School Deerfield -. Deerfield ......,. Holderness .,.,. BIOLOGY LAB HOCKEY LIGHTS CARNIVAL EVE NORTHFIELD CONCERT STUDENTS LAMPS I W I 1 I 'W W f i X W I I I I X I N ,fi S I J J fffggi TX X X fy If X , X I ' -I 5 fi f N Nj I' ' ,,, M , I X,,..NYE8 Nw Mr' J 00 K f-Z 6 0 0 X ACTIVITIES ,, U 1 - Strzndlfng: Wofmdard, Rose, Erion, Antosca, and Mason. Sealed: Dorman, Clarner, Lardner, and Hulett. STUDE T COU CIL The Student Council began this year by responding to Mr. Tuttle's suggestion that sophomores and freshmen be represented on the Council. The amendment to the Constitution was voted upon and ap- proved at a student meeting. The Council now consists of five seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman. ln the fall the Council sponsored the trip by the whole school to the Kimball Union football game. lt arranged the Kurn Hattin Christmas party and promoted the dance with the Mary A. Burnham School at Northampton. Perhaps the most noteworthy accomplishment of the Council was the securing of ski trips for interested groups to Bromely, Snow Valley, Okemo, and other near-by ski resorts. The Council also won faculty approval for a typing course, which will be made available to all students next fall. Jon Clarner was president of this yearis Council. Other officers included Penn Lardner, vice-presi- dentg Gay Dorman, secretary-treasurer. Seniors on the Council also included John Antosca and Porter Hulettg juniors were Don Erion and Bill Rose, the sophomore representative was Bill Mason, and the freshman representative, Bob Woodard. OUTI- G CLUB The Outing Club is the oldest organization on the eampus. lts membership is virtually the entire student body as well as most of the laeulty' and their families. The elub stimulates and provides out- door activities by programs in hunting. fishing, and hiking. ll assists in such annual activities as the Candlelight Service and the Vllinter Carnival. It contributes in a general way to all facets of school life. This fall the Trail Crew. a division of the Outing Club, could be seen every day in the afternoon working on ski trails and maintaining the other outdoor facilities. They improved the downhill and cross-country trails. and the slalom slope. They repaired worn parts of the ski tow and installed a telephone line on the downhill trail for communication from top to bottom. They also stocked the brook with trout and repaired the fireplaee on Crystal Rock, the traditional site of the Mountain Day outing. Mountain Day this year saw the addition of a new goal for some of the pienickers-l'Jivoll's pas- ture-the trail to which was newly blazed to guide the hikers. The Outing Club launched its yearly program in the fall with an open house at the cabin. A Hsugaring-oflw party in the spring was very popular. Trips to Stratton Pond and Lake Dunmore highlighted the year. Sflllllltllgi liill Shields. Cabin and Trail representativeg Mark Ottey, Ski team eaptaing J. D. Reynolds, Ski reprc Qentative. Seated: Phi Cannon. presidentg Ceorge Yeomans. vice-presidentg Reginald Blauvelt, secretary-treasurer Mr. Chivers, faculty adviser. .L fri? fern l"m,,.s-ff 'N vi. .TK Top row: Dowlin, Ford, l,', Mitchell, Taylor, Stagner, Quebnnan, Conipson, Laughton, Ottey, Yeonians, Rose, Seeley, Van Sehaick, Eric Eberle. Third row: Carbine, Lovely, P. H. Johnson, Donaldson, Zinn, Dunn, Hastings, Okie, Toothaker, Woody Hickcox, Vea, A. Mitche Noonan. lllauvclt, Partel, Second row: Bosworth, Swift, Cray, Borcli, Denker, Aulisi, Caswell, Sweeley, D. Brown, Dorman, Steinle, Chas Newcoinbe, Allen, Griffith. Bottom row: Lardner, Noyes, Kilgore, Baxter, Shields, Areson, Mason, Stewart, Einig, MacArt, Cabot, Bri head, Singer, Hubert, WL-stergrcii, Talbert, and Mr. Tischler. fMissing from picture: Gallacar and Yatsevitehl. CLEE CL B A D OCTET Boys in the Clee Club have an opportunity for training in singing, blending as a group, and making public appe: ances. This yearls club was the largest ever, totaling 65 voices divided into four classesefirst and second teno baritones and basses--according to the singeris range. The Club made its first public appearance in the fall on Parents' Day at the morning church service. The prineil appearance before Christmas was the traditional Candlelight Service in December. A joint concert with Kimh Union was planned as a tune-up for the Annual Prep School Glee Club concert at Northfield, as was also a jo concert with the Mary Burnham School Clee Club. ln the spring an enjoyable concert was shared with girls from the Stoneleigh-Prospect Hill School. Penn Lardner was president of the Clee Club, Woody' Hickcox, vice-president, and Peter Mitchell and Ronald Ste art, managers. The V-Sis octet are a select group of boys from the Clee Club who have a definite talent for singing and wht voices blend pleasingly. They sing popular numbers and standard octet numbers, concentrating on close harmol The V-His made a number of appearances during the year, and their services have been sought by the local servi clubs. Left to right: Second tenors Reginald Blauvelt and Ed Stein first tenors -Ronald Stewart and Penn Lardnerg baritones---Pe Allen and Dill lilPSXN'UI'lllQ basses-Peter Van Schaiek and Wot Hickcox. SWMQE 'EAN9' 3 4 anew rnzfling: Cutting, Nlinich. Van Scliairk, la-ster, Seeley, Zinn, Woody llickeox. Sf'f1tea7: Livermore, Matheson, Eliassen, Wolf, Parte ilhert, Angell, Hastings, and Cabot. .A D.A D CHEERLEADER The liancl and tllieerleaclers were principally active in the fall when their presence at lootlmall games adclecl Illillfll ly to the c-olor and spirit of the occasions, or contributed to pre-game enthusiasm at the pep rallies. llncler Nlr. Tisr-hler's superxision, the two groups sharpened their skills in pep-inducing activities. Paul Sing -aclecl the Cheerleaders, who introcluvecl a nurnher of new sight anfl sound effects. This yearis new policy of allowing the student hotly to travel with the team to games away gave a wirler play to hc 1 1 y rr 1' 'lt'CI'lCEiil6I'S CIIOFIS. IUI' they appeared at Deerfield. Cushing, and Kirnlmall Union. ' ' Q. ,fs N- . :z-.,x..,,g4 H K l . . ,.,.,. , f n - tax ,r yu ey M NEM A Q. K .U ,. 5' 3 .Q ' Slnnrling: llraw'l'or1l Swueley and Paul Singer. KII1't'ffl1g.' Woody Hit . ., 1 cox. Kurt xwl'5it'l'tlli0Il, and ll:-ln-r Lrowell. Standing: Westergren, P. Mitchell, Noonan, Denker. Seated: Seeley, Cannon, Wallace, Kilgore. LIFE The Life Staff has a two-fold responsibility: to see that the bulletin board edition on the first floor of Fuller is kept reasonably up-to-date with pictures and news, and to provide material for the quar- terly printed edition whose 3000 circulation goes to all alumni and parents as Well as to those at the school. Phil Cannon headed the staff on the editorial side, while Denis Noonan was responsible for the business end of the publication. Paul Butler and Kurt WCSt61'gfCI1 were active in the sports depart- ment, while Bob Seeley reported campus news. Dick Wallace was photography editor. Bill Denker and Jess Kilgore rounded out the top staff. Szzzrzzlilzg: Chamberlin, Westergren, Seeley, Yeonians, Bosworth, Cannon, Denker, Kilgore. Seated: Minich, Clarner, Hiekeox, P. Mitchell, Noonan. ILDCAT This year's Vlfildeat Board was determined to produee a book that would long be cherished as a record of their last year at Vermont Af-ademy. Peter lllitc-hell, who had assisted last yearis staff, and Wrmridy' Hiekeox headed the board. ,less Kilgore turned his artistie talents to good aeeount in his design of the cover. the title page and the section dividers. Boy lVlinieh7s drawing skill also eon- tributed to the art work. George Yeomans. assisted by Bill Bosworth. earried the responsibility for the photographic: side u.LLl.ur book. ' . . supervising in this area. Phil Carillon had eharge of senior statistics and information in the senior albumg Bob Seeley wrote up activities and organizationsg ,lon Clarner directed the sports department. Assisting with writing and typing were Bill llenker, Kurt Vlfestergren, and Dave Chamberlin. Heading up the business side of the yearbook was the business manager, Denis Noonan. CIE CE CLUB The Science Club has a two-fold ai1n: to inspire students in scientific studies and curiosity, and to give them, through lectures and movies, an outlook on the more practical and tangible applications ol science. Programs of the Science Club this year included movies on breaking the sound barrier, pharma- ceuticals, and forestry, and lectures by educators from schools in this area. A highlight of the year was the lecture on the Universe by Dr. James A. Coleman of American International College, Springfield, Mass. Dr. Cole1nan's fascinating lecture attracted a large number of students to Leonard Lounge on Friday evening, February 12. Another lecture was presented by Kent D. Lawson of Bennington College on March 1. He spoke on some basic research and teaching methods in physics. Mr. Bosworth was faculty adviser for the club, which numbered 61 members. Officers were Robert Laughton, president, Crawford Sweeley, vice-president, Brad Caswell, secretary, and Peter Allen, treasurer. Top rozc: l'. Mitchell, Ford, Steinhoff, Erion, Ross-, Quebman, Taylor, Eberle, Yeomans, Dowlin, Haley, Toothaker. Fozzrlft row: Mr. Bosworth, l'. H. Johnson, Steinle, Reynolds, Singer, Littlefield, Woody Hickcox, Lovely, Denker, A. Mitchell, Noonan, Weeks, Cooper. Tlzirfl row: Blauvell, Carbine, Wood, P. D. Johnson, Wallace, Swift, Picot, Weston, Brodliead, Talbert, Baxter, Dunn, Stuchell, Shields. Second row: Westergren, Cannon, Zinn, Kenny, Kil- gore, Allen, Swecley, Laughlon, Caswell, Compson, Stewart, Bosworth Bottom. row: Flatow, Wegner, Talbot, Mac- Art, Moody, larslns, T. Gallagher, Compton, Cabot. CA ERA CL B The Camera Club offers boys experience and training in various areas of photography: taking and developing and printing pictures, and learning more about the care and use of the camera. Members of the club are responsible for taking many pictures around the campus of various school activities to be used in the school magazine and yearbook and in publicity releases. ln the fall Mr. Leon S. Cay, V.A. 702, a trustee of Middlebury College, gave a fine talk on his recent trip to South America with Mrs. Cay. He illustrated his travelogue with a number of beau- tiful color slides. In the winter Mr. Bosworth showed colored slides and photographs he took last summer out West. In the spring the Camera Club enters the Vermont State Camera Club Exhibit at Manchester. At the close of the year the club exhibits for commencement visitors the cream of the current year's crop of pictures. This yearis president was Jess Kilgoreg vice-president, Richard Cornpsong secretary, George Yeo- mans, and treasurer, Richard Wallace. Top row: Quelnnan, Taylor, Odgers, Haley, Swift, Linder. Third row: Picot, Singer, Woody Hickcox, Toothaker, Lovely, Denker, Cooper, Talbcrt, Brodhead. Second row: Mr. Bosworth, Flatow, Tarshis, Caswell, Dunn, Weston, Baxter, Fuller, T. Gallagher. Bottom row: Zinn, Kenny, Kilgore, Compson, Wallace, Yeomuns, Clarner, Stewart, Bosworth. Standing: Mr. Bosworth, Tarbox, Picot, Wood, Compton, Cabot, Tom Gallagher. Seated: Baxter, Cannon, Wallace, Chamberlin, Weston, Bosworth, Cooper, Shields, Stewart. ELECTRONICS CLUB The principal function of the Electronics Club is to give its members practical experience in oper- ating various pieces of electronic equipment. Operating movie projectors at the Saturday movies and on other occasions, and maintaining the P.A. systems in the gym and the chapel keeps the members busy. Facilities have been provided in the Electronics Club room for aspiring members who wish to work on radios and other electronic apparatus. Officers this year were William Bosworth, presidentg David Chamberlin, vice-presidentg Joseph Weston, secretary, and Richard Cooper, treasurer. Top row: Lovely, A. Mitchell, Nightingale, Eberle, Wallace, Eastman, Waldron. Middle row: Mr. Black, Livermore, Padelford, Bower, Sherbrook, Talbert, Fellows. Bottom row: Talbot, Crowell, MacArt, Shields, Singer, Baxter, Fuller, Wareham, Cutting. RIFLE CLUB Under the supervision of Mr. Black, faculty sponsor, and Paul Singer, president, the Rifle Club promoted a program with two main objectives: better and safer rnarksmanship, and interest in hunt- ing in the great outdoors. The rifle range in the basement of Jones Hall gives Rifle Club members an opportunity to sharpen their shooting eyes as well as to practice safe rifle procedures. Following the sports season in the fall, hunting enthusiasts can be seen combing the surrounding hills in search of deer and game birds. MJ. Blaek and-Mr. Chivers and other members of the faculty escorted these hunting groups on their forays. M 'M www-wwf :ff ,Hs 35.3 - Ag. 4' 5' , , . , di' ff! ,fvfgx W X 3 N 4 X Zhi 7 A 'H- GWR Ja M ,2, , , 3 5 .2 3? 'rw' 'Y -mm, M., Mr vs. WINTER CARNIVAL 1-Q, 1 ,l 1 +14 -m mwm wHfw:-wwvuw E """"PR ,LE Q, W X43 xii ,A-Q? rf. ra, A JU IOR John AIldCfSOH Bfiafl Angell Todd Areson Sam Bartow Glenn Baxter John Calder E 2 S l E Reg Blauvelt Greg Chase Bill Clark Dick Cooper Bob Costine Dan Donaldso Gay Dorman Bill Eastman Don Erion Fred Gillette Dave Galacar John Griffitl J0l'lTl Hastings Clay Hawking Mike Heffernan John Hope Bill Lester Clarence Linde' 7b l l UNIOR if Littlefield John Livermore Andy Livingston Toni Lovely Alan Mitchell Vaughan Newcombe Ai' ith Nightingale Dick Odgers Ted Okie Larry Rice Rod Robinson Bill Rose .lack Ruth Bill Shields Paul Stagner Lee Stanley Bob Talhert Dave Tarbox Andy Tarshis Dick Turnbull Pete Vea Dick Wallace Pr-te Warde Pete Yatsevitch 77 SGPHS FRG H -NP SOPHS ffacing pagelz KA-standing! Padelforrl, Wood, Cabot, fseafeflj Fuller, Flatow, Potter Wegner. B-Kback row! Ford, D. Clark, ffronll C. Steele, Niles. C-fstandingj Emerson, Gleason, Hubertg fseatezll Higgins, M. Brown, Waldron. Weeks. D-fstarzdingl Pioot, Fellows, fseatedl Herzhach, P. D. Johnson. E-fstandingl Moody, Borch, Boothby, Hubhellg fseatedl T. Gallagher, Compton, Parodhead, Hinckley. F-Istandingj Mason, Wareham, Kseaterll Parlel, Stuchell, Redmond. G-fback row! Ashworth, Dellinger, Benson, Kfrontl P.H. Johnson, Dixon, Henderson. H- Eno, Schladermundt, Bergeson. 1, Missing: T. Bakerb FROSH fabovelz I-fstandingj MacArt, P. Clark, D. Baker, fseated! liliassen, Woodard. ,I-fback rowl Russell, Steinhoff, Talbot, ffrontl H. Brown, Dubois, Sherhrook, Knight. K- J. Steele, Oher Kibbe. L-fstandingl Cutting, D. Hiekcox, Hadley, Sissong fseaterll Matheson, Kent, Geiger, Crowell. fhlissingz Wolfl TAYLQR PUELISHIFJG COMHANY UN DERCLASSME ANDERSON, John, 5 Alice Ridge Rd., Anniston, Ala. ANGELL, Brian, Grafton, N. Y. ARESON, Todd, 181 Alexander Ave., Up. Montclair, N. ASHWORTH, Bruce, Beecher Rd., Brooklyn, Conn. 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CROWELL, Peter, 4 Weld St., Westboro, Mass. CUTTING, Westbye, 103 Sunset Ave., Amherst, Mass. DELLINGER, Brower, cfo National Lead Co., Tahawus, DIXON, John, lvy Hill Farm, Cockeysville, Md. DONALDSON, Daniel, Weston Rd., Lincoln, Mass. DORMAN, Gay, RFD 2, Box 129, Westminster, Mass. DU BOIS, John, 619 Willow St., Waterbury, Conn. EASTMAN, William, 106 Billings St., Sharon, Mass. ELIASSEN, James, 15 Hillside Ave., Winchester, Mass. EMERSON, Thomas, Greenfield, Mass. ENO, Jonathan, 60 Firetown Rd., Simsbury, Conn. ERION, Donald, Robinson Rd., Nashau, N. H. FELLOWS, Russell, Highland Rd., Sprinfield, Vt. FLATOW, Peter, Rock Rimmon Rd., Stamford, Conn. FORD, Dwain, Box 576, Saxtons River, Vt. FULLER, Robb, East 615-16th St., Spokane, Wash. GALACAR, David, 40 S. Main St., Ipswich, Mass. GALLAGHER, Tom, 17 Rockland Rd., Concord, N. H. NY GEIGER, Peter, 60 Highridge Rd., S. Glastonbury, Conn. GILLETTE, Fred, 47 Dell Rd., Springfield, Vt. GLEASON, Marshall, Shawnee Hills, Wheeling, W. Va. GRIFFITH, John, Highland Court, Chester, Vt. HADLEY, Richard, Rockdridge Rd., Rye, N. Y. HASTING, John, 4950 Drake Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio HAWKINS, Henry, RFD 2, Windsor, Vt. HEFFERNAN, Michael, 725 Neponset St., Norwood, Mass. HENDERSON, Bancroft, 151 South Rd., Kingston, R.I. HICKCOX, David, 203 E. Robinson, Shreveport, La. HIGGINS, Richard, 32 Old Brook Rd., Springfield, Mass HINCKLEY, John, 6 Ridge Rd., Pompton Plains, N. J, HOPE, John, Sycamore Ave., Shrewsbury, N. J. HUBELL, Richard, Trysting Pl., N. Scituate, Mass. HUBERT, Donald, 88 Hudson St., Berlin, Conn. JOHNSON, Peter D., Box 123, Noroton, Conn. 80 JOHNSON, Peter H., Foote Hill Rd., Northford, Conn. KENT, Jeff, 57 Dunbar St., Chatham, N. J. KIBBE, Douglas, Saxtons River, Vt. KNIGHT, Robert, 125 Country Club Rd., Newton Ctr., Mass LESTER, William, 39 Knollwood Rd., Short Hills, N. J. LINDER, Clarence, 53 Lockwood Rd., Scardale, N. Y. LITTLEFIELD, David, 610 Grove St., Up. Montclair, N. J. LIVERMORE, John, 25 Jason St., Pittsfield, Mass. LIVINGSTON, Donald, Battenkill Dr., Arlington, Vt. LOVELY, Tom, 26 Orchard St., Springfield, Vt. MacART, James, 21 Dale Dr., Chatham, N. J. MASON, William, 5 East Trail, Darien, Conn. MATHESON, Richard, Wardsboro, Vt. MERZBACH, Jan, 236 N. Pleasant St., Amherst, Mass. MITCHELL, Alan, State Street, Veazie, Maine MOODY, Douglas, 513 Clarendon St., Syracuse, N. Y. NEWCOMBE, Vaughan, North Windham, Conn. NIGHTINGALE, Keith, Rte. 1, McAndrews Rd., Ojai, Calif. NILES, Larry, Saxtons River, Vt. OBER, Fred, Saxtons, River, Vt. ODGERS, Richard, 80 Hgts. Rd., Plandome, L. I., N. Y. OKIE, Ted, 128 Camp Ave., Darien, Conn. PADELFORD, Charles, 395 N. San Rafael, Pasadena, Calif. PARTEL, Daniel, 807 Castle Pt. Terr., Hoboken, N. J. PICOT, Christopher, 118 White Oaks Dr., Alexandria, Va. POTTER, Edward, Washington Sq., Walpole, N. H. REDMOND, Peter, RFD 2, Laconia, N. H. RICE, Lawrence, Saxtons River, Vt. ROBINSON, Rodney, Rodmere, RD 2, Lebanon, N. 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