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Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-Five
Lowell High School
The 1975 Spindle is Dedicated to Raymond A. Sullivan
For everything there is a season. And so it is that Raymond A. Sullivan, Headmaster of
The Lowell High School, retired this year after a career in the public schools of Lowell
spanning almost half a century.
Retirement, like birth, marriage and death, is one of those milestones of life which, as
Hamlet said, must give us pause. We live our lives from day to day, yet we don't count the
time. We never see the days slipping by until, suddenly, we find that the time we have to
give to our careers must come to an end.
Our class of 1975, Raymond Sullivan's thirty-eighth as Headmaster, has already graduated,
a little nucleus of humanity that overnight will explode and dissipate itself in all directions.
Yet, before we hasten off on our separate journeys, it is only fitting that our last act as a
class be to join the myriad of Mr. Sullivan's friends and colleagues who wish him retirement
years which will be as full of happiness, good fortune and good works as were his years at
Emerson said that an institution is but the lengthened shadow of one man. And seldom
has that been more true than now. The Lowell High School will long reflect the influence of
Raymond A. Sullivan.
YOU WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER . . . coming to
LHS during your junior high school days and
thinking, "It's so big!" . . . getting lost on the first
day of school . . . finding your locker on the third
floor when your homeroom was in the basement
. . . running into your old junior high school friends
in the corridor . . . pushing through the crowded
hallways to get to class on time . . . coming to
school in the middle of the morning and getting out
just before dark . . . getting into trouble and being
sent to the floormaster . . . sneaking a smoke be-
tween classes . . . skipping health . . . walking in the
snow and the rain over to the Annex . . . finding
out who your teachers were going to be for the
next year and hearing all the horrible things about
them from the kids who had them before . . . look-
ing up to the seniors and wondering, "Am I ever
going to be like that?" . . . forgetting your locker
combination when you were in a hurry . . . having
your lock stolen . . . being late for class . . . prac-
ticing and practicing for Field Day . . . going to
Rickie's Dog House for lunch . . . worrying about
whether or not you'll be asked to the Senior Prom
. . . trying to do the bamboo sticks in gym . . .
making crib sheets.
MOMENTS TO REMEMBER . . . finding out your
schedule for next year and trying to get it
changed . . . hanging around after lunch and
waiting for the bell to ring . . . buying your class
ring . . . measuring ourselves for caps and gowns
. . . having student teachers . . . going to the nurs-
es' office . . . changing for gym . . . getting accept-
ed to college . . . doing the Marine test in gym . . .
running the mile . . . eating donuts in the caf in
the morning . . .
having your eyes tested in the auditorium . . .
getting your first after-school job . . . getting your
hair cut short for the first time in many years . . .
registering to vote . . . copying homework . . .
cutting classes . . . daydreaming in biology . . .
waiting for the 2:15 bell . . . studying for your
drivers' test to get your permit . . . doodling in
your literature book . . . trying to get your sched-
ule corrected in guidance . . . getting 3 and 3 . . .
walking to school in the dark during the energy
crisis . . . marching in the Field Day parade . . .
getting your license . . . meeting your friends
under the clock . . . registering for the draft . . .
parking in the muddy lot across the canal . . .
doing the Greek dance at the Chateau de Ville
. . . walking up to the stage to receive your
diploma from School Committeeman George
Kouloheras . . . Going to Ashby on Senior Skip
Day . . . skipping gym . . .
listening to music on Lucy Larcom . . . getting
stuck in the slow-moving crowds on the stairs
between classes . . . flying paper airplanes in the
auditorium ... dozing off in language lab ...
partying on Lucy Larcom . . . having detention
before school . . . waiting in the long lunch line
and having the food run out . . . ducking teachers
in the hall because you skipped their class . . .
waking up and finding that class ended ten
minutes ago . . .
MEMORIES THAT LINGER . . . eating lunch
in the hall . . . running to beat the lines in the
lunchroom . . . watching the educational films
in drivers' ed . . . wondering, "What is that
awful smell coming from chemistry class?" . . .
practicing for drill . . . getting hit on the head
with a clacker . . . bringing back the yo-yo . . .
having classes outside in the hot weather . . .
visiting all the Christmas parties . . . wearing
gym uniforms . . . meeting new friends . . .
getting picked to work in an office for senior
year . . . having your lock sawed off your
locker . . . wishing you were a senior so you
could have a senior skip day too . . . practicing
the clubs . . . doing homework in another class
. . . marching behind the auditorium . . . writ-
ing on desks . . . smoking in the basement . . .
having Mr. Finn, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. O'Neil and
Mr. Murphy for floormasters . . . seeing the
headmaster for the first time . . . coming in
late to miss first period class . . . sneaking a
bite to eat in class . . . waiting for Christmas
vacation . . . going on a field trip . . . being told
what courses to take . . . listening to the radio
for no school announcements . . . going to the
boys' club for gym.
MEMENTOES OF LOWELL HIGH SCHOOL LIFE . . .
the courtyard . . . the "old" building . . . the energy
shortage . . . Beowulf . . . Hampton Beach the day after
the prom . . . The Review . . . the dress code . . . the
student council . . . hot pants . . . the rock and roll
music history program in the auditorium . . . Tom
Jones . . . the visit of the Apollo Astronauts . * . The
Freedom Train . . . the 50's dance . . . speeches by
Senators Brooke and Kennedy . . . "Yaz" . . . crowded
lockers . . . tardy slips . . . music in the lunchroom . . .
the language lab . . . College Boards . . . Mr. Trull . . .
combination locks ... the library ... the National
Honor Society . . . cuffs . . . clogs . . . mini-midi-
maxi . . . warning reports . . . class dues . . . class
elections . . . yearbook portraits . . . Honor Day . . .
substitutes ... hot toothpicks . . . saddle shoes . . .
the Red Raiders . . . basketball games . . . Miss Con-
roy's cooking classes ... Rl, R2, R3, R4 . . . assem-
blies ... Mr. Garvey's movies ... the red and gray
... the stadium ... the student-faculty basketball
games ... the donkey basketball game . . . Civil
Service Exams . . . guidance . . . how happy you
were to make Girl Officers . . . tryouts at the Rogers
girls crying in the halls when Mr. Sullivan read the
list of those who "made it" . . . assignment halls . . .
tardy slips . . . clocks that did not keep time . . .
bells and fire alarms that you could not hear . . .
SCHOOL VACATIONS ... snow days ... The
wrestlers . . . The Harvest . . . cheerleaders ... the
talent shows ... the Cadet Officers' uniforms . . .
streakers at LHS ... the closing of the boys' annex
during sophomore year ... 6 fire drills in one day
field trips to the Museum of Fine Arts and
Canobie Lake . . . MacBeth ... the student walkout
for Mr. Borst ... the broken water pipe downtown
. . . the canal.
WILL YOU EVER FORGET . . . how em-
barrassed you were to get caught in your
gym uniform during a fire drill . . . bomb
scares ... all those studies in the audito-
rium . . . "Attention, please, Daily Notice
for ... ... ice cream in the caf . . .
Chorus . . . the band . . . the G.O. and
CO. formals (which were exciting even
if you didn't go) . . . the New England
Aquarium ... HOMEWORK ... cake
sales . . . Whalom Park . . . minicourses
. . . outside reading books . . . report cards
. . . one thirds . . . the bell . . . open house
. . . watching the first snow fall from
your classroom window . . . skipping
classes . . . having two senior skip days
. . . checking out the girls . . . waiting
impatiently for those last few days of
school to go by . . . hoping to have
enough money for the prom . . . begging
teachers for a passing mark . . . playing
cards . . . studying???
going to the Thanksgiving game . . .
freezing in Mr. Delisle's class . . . getting
yelled at by Mr. Murphy . . . looking at
the clock . . . writing book reports . . .
wondering if you'll graduate . . . riding a
bike for the telethon . . . throwing snow-
balls . . . sitting alone in your classrooms
during senior skip day . . . driving with
Mr. Riddick, Mr. Trull, or Mr. Grady . . .
meeting someone special after school . . .
writing term papers . . . walking through
the mud in the parking lot . . . listening to
all the noisy cars, trucks and motor-
cycles going by on Kirk St. ... feeding
the fish in the canal . . . watching the
long lines for the Freedom Train and not
being able to go ... meeting your
boyfriend between classes . . . writing
notes to get out of gym . . . standing at
the radiator between classes . . . con-
vincing Mr. Murphy???
1975 Spindle Staff
Editorial Staff: Patricia Biron, Charlene Dyke, Gail Laverty,
Nancy Macaione, Maryanne McMahon,
O'Flahavan, Lynn Parrino, joe Quinlan 76,
Advertising Manager: Maurice Martineau
Advertising Staff: Donna Archambeauit, Mary GaiJ FarreJJ,
Typists: Debbie Beiand, Teresa Berard, Debbie Gonzales,
Judy Nadeau 76.
Advisors: Brian McDonough
The yearbook staff wishes to thank the following for their
contributions to the production of the 1975 Spindle: Richard
Dacey. Helen Droney, Gerald LeBlanc, Martha Simoneau, Rita
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1975 Class Officers are Elaine O'Donnell, Treasurer; Agnes Jean, Secretary; Dawn Noonan, Vice President; and
Randy Jay, President.
Student Council Leaders are Cathy Douglass, Treasurer; Mary Frances Mahoney, Vice President; John Moriarty,
President; and Ann O'Connor, Secretary.
Teresa Lynn Abraham
4 Chatham Street
Donna Ann Alberty
91 Adams Street
Mark S. Anastopoulos
128 Sanders Avenue
Debra J. Aclin
607 Westford Street
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45 Marion Street
Eddie Lee Anderson
186 South Street
Deborah Marie Agrella
192 Lawrence Street
Kevin W. Allen
30 Coburn Drive
Judith Ann Anderson
49 Juniper Street
Marsha P. Angaries
40 Fairgrove Avenue
66 Arlington Street
Donna M. Archambault
311 Pawtucket Street
3 Lyon Street
Harry Theodore Anastopoulos
132 Mt. Vernon Street
Michael James Andraktos
777 Westford Street
71 Luz Drive
John P. Asimakopoulos
65 Fifth Street
44 Quebec Street
Mary Ann Azarowski
86 Gates Street
225 Gibson Street
David M. Ayotte
80 Bolton Street
Frank Joseph Balas
727 Westford Street
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Brian James Baraby
454 Andover Street
Sandra J. Ayotte
4 Maple Place
55 Boynton Street
92 Branch Street
"Pilot to Control Tower'
* Mary C. Barrett
224 Foster Street
Duncan M. Bartlett
51 Chase Avenue
Timothy T. Bassett
655 Stevens Street
Diane R. Bedard
364 Textile Avenue
Debra Ann Beland
222 Burnham Road
68 Thayer Street
Ralene Lillian Belair
63 Pratt Avenue
Gary Gerard Bellegarde
178 Avon Street
'O. K. Who Took the Glue?'
Thomas R. Bellegarde
178 Avon Street
Debra Ann Bellerose
83 Ursula Street
Karen Ann Bellerose
174 Willard Street
Linda Ann Benoit
23 Burlington Avenue
Teresa Ann Berard
91 Exeter Street
49 Bowden Street
215 Parker Street
Brian V. Bickdord
29 Saratoga Street
29 Saratoga Street
Jeffrey F. Bilby
33 May Street
33 May Street
291 Boylston Street
Michael J. Bindas
363 Wentworth Avenue
Patricia Anne Biron
7 Richardson Avenue
Mark S. Bisson
16 Fisher Street
226 Textile Avenue
"I'll just put a little dab of brown paint on each cracker.
379 Beacon Street
Clifford Leo Blake
1263 Middlesex Street
42 West Street
73 Inland Street
Lee Jay Bordeleau
167 West Sixth Street
William C. Blydenburgh
81 Acton Street
Deborah A. Bolduc
24 Maude Street
Karen P. Borges
71 Brattle Street
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Richard John Bogdanowicz
72 Swift Street
79 Varney Street
Theresa M. Borges
30 Waite Street
6 Ayer Avenue
"Oh, I was just stocking up."
Susan B. Boston
68 Mt. Grove Street
John Scott Botti
80 Coburn Drive
Joseph N. Boulanger
340 Lincoln Street
Doris M. Bourassa
4 Horn Street
Mark L. Boucher
18 Christman Avenue
275 Beacon Street
Claire L. Boulanger
146 Gershom Avenue
Lee Ann Boutselis
354 Textile Avenue
57 Pond Street
'You're making a steel toothpick???"
John Michael Breen
36 Avenue B
Nancy M. Broderick
66 West Forest Street
Deborah Marie Brown
36 Terry Avenue
Karen J. Brown
196 Wilder Street
Mary A. Brostek
16 Burns Street
Cynthia Marie Brouillette
1099 Middlesex Street
73 Mansur Street
"Do you promise you'll let us out again?'
Diane Ellen Brule
38 Barclay Street
Gail Ann Brule
38 Barclay Street
Judith A. Brunelle
170 French Street Ext.
164 Cross Street
Daniel Charles Bryan
419 Lincoln Street
62 Huntington Street
Ruth E. Burgoyne
6 Lewis Street
Patricia A. Burke
9 Phillips Street
31 Adam Terrace
Ellen L. Burns
25 Clifford Street
75 Pine Street
Nancy Lynne Burns
77 West Sixth Street
Connecting the dots.
* Mary F. Byrne
28 553 Wilder Street
Michael J. Byrne
28 Atlantic Street
Donna L. Byron
1073 Middlesex Street
Shelagh Jan Callahan
53 Oakland Street
58 Waverly Avenue
Linda J. Cadran
223 Remington Street
Stephen T. Callahan
12 Ludlam Street
Karen G. Camacho
1 Etta Road
40 Warnock Street
Sharon J. Callahan
58 Holbrook Avenue
Mary Jo Cameron
68 Nelson Avenue
James David Capsalis
55 Fourth Street 29
"I never did care for Shakespeare."
Eileen R. Carbonneau
21 Short Street
Michael Robert Carignan
78 Perry Street
672 School Street
Julie M. Carignan
188 Dracut Street
Joyce Lynn Carkin
183 Burnham Road
Mark A. Carney
65 South Wilder Street
'I'd Jove to help you with your homework."
Mary Ann Carroll
105 Fulton Street
Robert James Carroll
68 Temple Street
161 Lakeview Avenue
31 Stanley Street
30 39 Newbury Street
Daniel A. Chartier
5 Wamesit Court
Donald P. Chartrand
109 Aiken Avenue
129 Bowers Street
165 Trull Lane East
Lorraine J. Cloutier
57 Fourth Street
William Nicholas Chingros
209 Third Street
Susan Marie Coan
34 By Street
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Louise Therese Cognac
158 White Street
Edward R. Choate
34 Murray Terrace
15 Sheldon Street
Eileen A. Coleman
179 Shaughnessy Terrace
"We just love our work!!"
27 Florence Road
Kathleen Marie Cordon
302 Burnham Road
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John Charles Considine
90 Laurie Lane
123 Butman Road
Debra Lee Coombs
50 Eustis Avenue
Barry W. Corcoran
152 Bedford Avenue
121 Lexington Avenue
Claire Rita Cote
42 Merrill Street
Get thee to a nunnery!
37 Court Street
Linda Marie Coughlin
64 Bolton Street
Gerilyn M. Coupe
147 Moore Street
201 West Manchester Street
Deborah A. Coutu
32 298 Riverside Street
Normand Donald Couture
- 146 Sixth Street
Donna M. Coyne
58 Fremont Street
Timothy James Cremin
22 Burtt Street
Ann Marie Crevier
738 Bridge Street
Jeanne M. Crane
155 Trull Lane East
Russell Carle Crawford
43 Sawtelle Place
Kenneth J. Cregg
178 West Sixth Street
"Vacation starts tomorrow."
Peter P. Cricones
282 Foster Street
Catherine E. Cross
121 Hastings Street
James J. Croteau
21 Seventh Avenue
John R. Croteau
16 Boylston Street
42 London Street
Joanna Ellen Cutting
136 Princeton Blvd.
Angela F. DaCunha
59 Canton Street
Francisco M. DaSilva
10 Linden Street
John M. DaSilva
1055 Gorham Street
*" Gary C. David
Joseph T. Day
1055 Gorham Street
77 Ludlam Street
8 Quimby Avenue
21 Belmont Street
68 Lane Street
Terry James Deignan
495 Boylston Street
Charlene A. DeLorme
4 Washington Parkway
Mike Edward DeMange
9 Coburn Street
Steven C. Demetriou
112 Trull Lane East
William E. Denommee
19 White Street
Ralph L. DePrenda
83 Temple Street
21 Smith Street
21 Beatrice Avenue
14 Dane Avenue
Kathleen M. Desmarais
347 Christian Street
Dianne L. Dexter
32 Dayton Street
377 Walker Street
67 Shaughnessy Terrace
Michael F. Dillon
41 Bigelow Street
Alice R. Dixon
142 Princeton Blvd.
Paul V. Dion
20 Leeds Street
Jacqueline Marie DiSalvo
110 Burnham Road
John P. Dolan
77 Fremont Street
22 Fairfield Street
Mark V. DiSciullo
30 Second Avenue
Brian W. Donahoe
104 School Street
The Gang's all here.
Paul A. Donohoe
70 Cosgrove Street
Elizabeth Ann Donnelly
60 Canton Street
James C. Donovan
236 Perry Street
Patricia Ann Donovan
86 Crescent Street
Elizabeth A. Donoghue
46 Butman Road
Carol Anne Donovan
129 Mary Theresa Terrace
Thomas John Dor an
26 Clare Street
Anita Marie Doucette
115 Wightman Street
"Mother told me Ironing Wouldn't Be Easy."
'What do you mean, 'The food's all gone' s
Patricia E. Dowd
239 Perry Street
Michael J. Doyle
186 South Street
"I wouldn't do that if I were you.''
73 Crescent Street
6 Frye Street
Deborah Ann Ducharme
56 Fourth Avenue
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Sandra Denise DuBose
6 Frye Street
Theresa M. Ducharme
40 Branch Street
Paula M. Duff
1315 Pawtucket Blvd.
Eileen Marie Dunn
38 Cady Street
•1 Carl Dunning
38 330 Stevens Street
Marianne H. Dunsford
33 Burtt Street
100 Foster Street
Robert Louis Durkee
48 Temple Street
David P. Durkin
153 Winthrop Avenue
"Maybe we can sell some of this stuff to Mr. Parlee."
Jo Ann Durkin
77 London Street
Charlene A. Dyke
191 Burnham Road
Francis R. Dziedzinski
556 Concord Street
Janice I. Edgett
493 East Merrimack
998 Varnum Avenue
45 C Street
15 Columbus Avenue
Bertha M. Entwistle
10 Barrington Street
Richard Joseph Espinola
47 Cedar Street
Jon Frederick Evans
122 Princeton Blvd.
Debra A. Faria
70 Newhall Street
Jean Ann Finnegan
32 Mort Avenue
610 Stevens Street
Mary Gail Farrell
105 Butterfield Street
Karen E. Fitzgerald
136 Totman Road
"We've got to stop meeting like this."
Kathleen M. Fitzgerald
40 17 Greenfield Street
Susan M. Fitzsimmons
83 Gilmore Street
Margaret Mary Fleming
19 Livingston Avenue
Karen M. Flint
111 Boynton Street
Debra Ann Foley
361 Christian Street
Thomas A. Fleming
100 Agawam Street
David P. Foley
112 D Street
Mary Louise Foley
76 West Forrest Street
"Is that an amoeba or a Paramecium?
Michael J. Foley
742 Broadway Street
Mark R. Fontaine
58 Grand Street
Raymond }. Fortin
1165 Lawrence Street
55 West Fifth Avenue
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Michael A. Fratus
75 C Avenue
506 School Street
Pamela J. Fuller
53 River Road
Stephen P. Funaro
393 Westford Street
Sandra F. Frisone
155 Havilah Street
William F. Furey
155 Butman Road
Donna Marie Fryns
5 Hazel Square
94 Lilley Avenue
Kathleen M. Gagan
65 Lura Street
Colleen Marie Gagnon
152 South Street
Donna I. Gagnon
15 Lamb Street
Linda Miriam Gallagher
191 Clark Road
Leise F. Galvao
184 Parker Street
Gerald A. Gagnon
61 Woodcock Street
Kathy W. Gallant
13 Stanley Street
Mary-Ann C. Gamache
268 West Sixth Street
"I wonder what I'm doing here?"
Richard G. Gannon
19 Eighth Avenue
Gabriel J. Garbarz
1990 Middlesex Street
David B. Gardini
20V* Barclay Street
David Eugene Garneau
84 Dingwell Street 43
Paul L. Garneau
98 Andover Street
40 Marion Street
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Lorraine V. Gaudette
34 Saratoga Street
Richard J. Gaudette
46 Thirteenth Street
Normand R. Gauthier
289 Textile Avenue
Patricia Ann Gauthier
7 Hazel Square
Stephen Paul Gaudette
231 Pawtucket Blvd.
25 Delmont Avenue
Lori R. Gelineau
55 Rumford Street
Lorraine J. Gauthier
69 Stevens Street
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Karen Y. Gehalo
179 Ennell Street
Donna M. Gennell
38 Merrill Street
"Imagine having to erase everything you wrote on a
Nicolas G. Giavis
32 Circle Road
__ Denise R. Giguere
805 Varnum Avenue
Donna Beth Gill
247 Sanders Avenue
Patricia A. Gill
50 Oakland Street
Gail C. Gillis
129 Beacon Street
980 Middlesex Street
Peter F. Giroux
39 Caleb Street
P.O. Box 131
William F. Goad
91 Methuen Street
William M. Godfroy
2 West Eleventh Street
Anthony Cabral Goes
52 Auburn Street
Leslie Kim Goins
31 England Street
William Thomas Golden
68 West Third Street
Jean L. Gordon
35 Nelson Avenue
Robert J. Gormley
85 Frothingham Street
Deborah Lou Gonzalez
65 Summer Street
Maxine Hope Gordon
145 Post Office Square
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Sandra Jean Gouveia
24 Linden Street
"Now I lay me down to sleep
Kevin Thomas Grady
46 Fetherston Avenue
Janice M. Grandalski
38 Elmwood Avenue
Louise Anne Grandchamp
66 Fifth Avenue
Linda Valerie Gravelle
22 Ware Street
9 Shaughnessy Terrace
. Carolyn J. Greene
6 Glidden Avenue
Kathleen M. Greene
17 Sutherland Street
Lorna J. Gregoire
20 Lawson Street
Arthur S. Greenwood
29 Frye Street
Donna M. Grenier
5 Penny Street
Linda Lou Greenwood
29 Frye Street
Donna Marie Gulbicki
952 Bridge Street
434 Adams Street
Susan E. Greenwood
145 Post Office Square
Jolanta J. Guzowski
37 Oak Street
25 Boynton Street
"Is this what they mean by 'getting plastered'?"
James A. Hall
66 Chauncey Street
Michael David Hall
178 Dalton Street
Sharon Jean Hall
376 Hildreth Street
Sharon T. Hand
615 Princeton Boulevard
David B. Hanks
92 Vernon Street
Bruce Edwin Hansen
605 Broadway Street
David R. Harmon
57 La Plume Avenue
78 Methueri Street
Marcia Ellen Hardy
65 Stafford Road
Janice Marie Haugen
147 Coburn Street
"And after 'g' comes . . .
Joyce A. Haugen
48 147 Coburn Street
Leslie A. Hayden
46 Hudson Street
Richard F. Hayes
18 South Walker Street
Cecile T. Hervieux
39 Farmland Road
Mary E. Hickey
20 Newell Street
Michael C. Hays
120 Staples Street
21 Devine Avenue
Michael Joseph Higgins
255 Plain Street
Darlene K. Hebert
74 Foster Street
71 Carroll Parkway
Natalie A. Higgins
5 Dane Street
Michael William Higson
10 Butler Avenue
CIA undercover agent infiltrates military at L.H.S.
80 Tenth Street
Michael H. Hogue
16 Plymouth Street
Marc N. Hubert
374 Mammoth Road
Gary T. Hirbour
64 Hawthorne Street
Maureen P. Holland
9 Prospect Street
Kathy Ann Hoar
34 Sanders Avenue
James A. Hodgson
10 Burton Street
David Stanley Hopler
350 Wilder Street
Madelaine Marguerite Houston
117 River Road
103 Shaw Street
"All I see is a big ole eye!"
Susanne M. Hughes
30 Pine Street
58 West Third Street
Doreen A. Hunt
10 Kinsman Street
159 Fort Hill Avenue
108 Inland Street
81 Winthrop Avenue
Richard Paul James
43 Easton Street
Donna Marie Janas
311 Beacon Street
Carol Anne Jankowski
16 Lowell Street
Peter F. Jankowski
1460 Varnum Avenue
Diane M. Jardin
5 Bunker Hill Street
Randall S. Jay
234 Foster Street
95 Cashin Street
Brerida Margaret Jeffers
38 Otis Street
Jo Ann Jordan
950 Lakeview Avenue
89 Sayles Street
Janice Helen Judd
152 South Street
373 Mammoth Road
Karen Ann Kaczmarski
896 Varnum Avenue
"I thought I had a class here this period.'
141 Mt. Vernon Street
141 Mt. Vernon Street
Chet J. Kalish
31 By Street
James A. Kane
17 Eustis Avenue
Cynthia Lee Kalergis
101 Vamum Avenue
David M. Kalivas
5 Robin Lane
Patricia A. Kane
70 Seventeenth Street
Fly with the Red Baron!
196 Rogers Street
Kim Donna Kazanjian
21 Rindo Park Drive
Sharon Ann Keefe
35 Glenmere Street
Patricia Ann Keenan
78 Carlisle Street
George H. Keene
30 Beacon Street
Judith M. Kelleher
54 Montaup Avenue
Robert F. Kelleher
119 West Street
377 Christian Street
Donald E. Keniston
359 Walker Street
Lynne Ann Kerrigan
195 N. Llewellyn Street
Susan M. Kelleher
188 Moore Street
Karen Leigh Killgren
1522 Varnum Avenue
Sandra Ann Kelly
349 Pawtucket Blvd.
George Paul Kilmartin
92 Fleming Street
'But Mr. Murphy, I didn't actually light it!"
"And I only came here to deliver the
James Andrew Kilmartin
301 Parkview Avenue
Daniel Francis King
15 Crescent Street
433 High Street
Marcia Ann Kloza
95 Staples Street
Ellen M. King
575 Andover Street
49 Daniels Street
Susan Marie Kirane
15 Bertha Street
10 Crescent Street
"I just love argyle socks."
Donna Marie Knox
36 Beech Street
340 Market Street
Demetra C. Kontoulis
12 Shaffer Street
All Roads lead to L.H.S.
Patricia A. Kosik
652 Wilder Street
Arline F. Kostrzewa
10 Roosevelt Place
Stephanie Rose Kostrzewa
10 Roosevelt Place
Ava N. Koumantzelis
241 Remington Street
17 E Street
George Costas Koumpouras
56 503 Beacon Street
Robert W. Kowalchuk
65 Coburn Street
Denise Theresa Laferriere
148 Methuen Street
Elizabeth Mary Kramer
108 Andrews Street
Michael H. LaBrie
60 Carolyn Street
Stephen W.Lah iff -
48 Billings Street
Susan Marie Landry
383 West ford Street
John A. Lange
130 Virginia Avenue
Debra Ann Krysiak
8 Goward Place
23 Burnside Street
359 Concord Street
787 Princeton Blvd.
28 Manchester Street
22 Webster Avenue
Susan M. Langill
34 Jacques Street
Sandra J. Lapham
39 Hadley Street
Rose Lee LaPiere
216 Shaughnessy Terrace
Kenneth H. Larivee
34 Rutland Street
94 Westwind Road
Jeanne Therese Larrivee
63 Fairlawn Street
Gayle A. Laverty
110 Campbell Drive
149 B Street
Has the Regiment changed that much?
Ann M. Leary
246 Parker Street
Daniel M. Leavitt
11 Dumerle Street
38 Burnham Road
Brenda E. LeBrun
148 Textile Avenue
* Scott G. Lecuyer
38 Third Avenue
31 Paige Street
134 Foster Street
John S. Leoutsacos
129 Willie Street
Dennis D. Levasseur
348 Stackpole Street
David Ronald Lehouillier
24 Delmont Avenue
Teddy G. Leoutsakos
83 Queen Street
Shelley A. Levasseur
256 Baldwin Street
Seth Julian Levy
121 Staples Street
Barry James Lewis
1232 Gorham Street
Kerry Ann Lekites
12 Eighteenth Street
Thomas J. Lenihan
28 Fay Street
158 New York Street
54 Virginia Avenue
126 X 52 + 352 + 400 = ?
Betty F. Lewis
8 Adie Terrace
Donna Marie Lilly
69 West Fourth Street
Howard Trent Lipinsky
143 Upham Street
Advanced Placement Reading.
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Steven E. Lisay
86 Jewett Street
Nina Marie Longtin
176 Crosby Street
James Francis Loughran
143 Eighteenth Street
Kathleen M. Lowe
69 Barbara Street
15 Ellsworth Street
iaureen M. Lucier
of 50 Plummer Avenue
1160 Lawrence Street
Linda Marie Lyons
101 Glenmere Street
Sharon L. MacArthur
1301 Lawrence Street
Mark J. MacDonald
130 Fairfield Street
Timothy A. Lyons
95 Virginia Avenue
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Clinton Earl Maben
257 Wilder Street
Nancy Marie Macaione
58 Fourth Street
Test next Period.
David Charles MacEnany
101 Delmont Avenue
Bernadette F. Machado
57 Baltimore Avenue
1049 Gorham Street
Richard Timothy MacKenney
110 Glenmere Street
15 Belmont Street
Mary Louise Mahoney
54 Puffer Street
Mark }. Maguire
78 Hanks Street
Paul A. Makiej
27 Common Avenue
189 D Street
Eileen P. Malloy
479 Douglas Road
Mary Frances Mahoney
356 Westford Street
Evelyn M. Malloy
479 Douglas Road
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232 Remington Street
Getting into the spirit.
8 Wamesit Court
William James Manchenton
162 Fourth Avenue
Pauline L. Marchand
35 Exeter Street
Steven M. Marcouillier
74 B Street
Michael E. Marais
87 Humphrey Street
Donna M. Marcotte
111 Gershom Avenue
101 Fairfield Street
"I just can't put a good book down."
Brenda L. Marion
3 Myrtle Street
45 Shadow Drive
Donna Jean Martell
31 Arcadia Avenue
Michael P. Martin
10 Vincent Street
Pamela F. Martin
83 Stevens Street
Maurice T. Martineau
52 Cunningham Street
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Jody L. Masse
47 West Fifth Street
Maryjoan Lynne Mayo
96 Durant Street
Robert L. Masse
42 Arlington Street
Diane P. McAndrews
372 Parker Street
Peter }. Matthews
595 Westford Street
Debra A. McAvoy
65 Commonwealth Avenue
Matthew P. McCafferty
43 Saint James Street
Roger N. Maxfield
151 Patricia Lane
60 Manchester Street
52 Trull Lane West
"The answer's gotta be here somewhere."
James A. McCarron
64 23 Fort Hill Avenue
Stephen E. McCarron
139 A Street
Brenda }. McCarthy
68 Varnum Street
Karen R. McCarthy
178 Mt. Pleasant Street
Patricia Anne McCarthy
215 Trull Lane East
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Darlene B. McCarthy
83 Bowden Street
Kathy Ann McCarthy
154 Ludlam Street
Karen C. McCormack
19 Lawton Street
"I know I left my lunch here someplace.'
62 Enfield Street
Susan Anne McCue
174 Crosby Street
Robert Michael McCullough
15 Fruit Street
Robert E. McDonald
366 Lincoln Street
Gail A. McGowan
123 Fetherston Avenue
Marianne Louise McKee
11 Dingwell Street
Michael Bruce McLaughlin
58 Brunswick Street
Marcia Ann McGrail
259 Methuen Street
Patricia A. McGrath
234 Boylston Street
James P. McHale
72 D Street
Louise Ann McKenna
525 Beacon Street
James Vincent McLaughlin
15 Bassett Street
Larry David McLaughlin
21 Dover Street
Robert J. McLaughlin
210 Boylston Street
'I hate peanut butter without jelly."
Maryanne D. McMahon
38 Batchelder Street
95 Billings Street
Earle F. McQuaide
52 Bigelow Street
Michael P. McMullen
22 Fleming Street
Thomas Gerard McOsker
509 East Merrimack Street
Robert P. McSwiggin
151 Humphrey Street
"If only that Bell would ring.
Mark E. Meehan
22 London Street
Thomas E. Meehan
363 Walker Street
Robert B. Mellen
11 Kathleen Circle
Theodore Arthur Mellen
494 Wilder Street
Gail A. Mello
78 Cosgrove Street
Linda Marie Menard
96 Orleans Street
Deborah Anne Mercier
19 Carmine Street
20 Monarch Street
Audrey Lee Merrill
50 Whitney Avenue
588 East Merrimack Street
38 Cliffside Road
Steve P. Michaels
23 June Street
'All I need is a few hours sleep."
Arthur George Michailides
252 Suffolk Street
Mary M. Michaud
6 Conlon Terrace
157 Draper Street
John R. Miller
120 Remington Street
*' Roland L. Milliard
68 26 Humphrey Street
61 Howard Street
Carol Ann Molligi
360 Parker Street
Pamela Ann Morris
160 Luce Street
27 Cady Street
Eneida Luz Morales
35 LaGrange Street
Robert H. Morris
41 Luz Drive
Alyce Mary Mortimer
1150 Lawrence Street
Deborah Ann Moreau
25 Campaw Street
John C. Moriarty
346 Princeton Blvd.
"This is the girls gym??"
Muriel Maille Motard
309 West Sixth Street
99 Highland Avenue
William James Moynihan
424 Princeton Blvd.
Thomas D. Mullin
3 Pleasant Street
Helena Marie Murgia
193 Moody Street
Daniel F. Murphy
31 Princeton Blvd.
Edward L. Murphy
75 Fairmount Street
Jack Joseph Murphy
30 Devine Avenue
William J. Murphy
138 Moore Street
Jo any Murphy
25 Brunswick Street
22 Ross Avenue
John A. Murray
179 Tenth Street
"My father is going to love this ashtray."
.' James Mutter
70 139 Blackbrook Drive
Norman Donald Nadeau
54 Clifton Street
Mary Elizabeth Nalezinski
3 Vernon Street
Leticia Maria Nieves
31 LaGrange Street
Dawn A. Noonan
95 Endicott Street
Joseph M. Nangle
106 Highland Avenue
Tina M. Nikitas
76 Lura Street
Gregory M. Noonan
89 Georgia Avenue
Rosemary E. Nangle
76 Douglas Road
William Patrick Nelson
64 Thirtheenth Street
Lisa J. Noonan
89 Georgia Avenue
716 Lawrence Street
'Now, If we mix this one with that one
Mary Jo Normandy
66 Second Avenue
Jill M. Nyberg
984 Bridge Street
133 Forest Street
Ann E. O'Connor
21 Tyler Park
116 Dingwell Street
Maura J. O'Flahaven
194 Cross Street
Elaine P. O'Donnell
157 Agawam Street
Sharon Mary O'Keefe
370 Westford Street
Thomas Walter O'Donnell
154 A Street
Mary Gail Oliveira
19 Newhall Street
Faylene Debra Offenberg
131 Bellevue Street
Brenda A. Oliver
14 Fay Street
Michael Patrick O'Malley
1305 Lawrence Street
Kenneth P. O'Neill
72 139 Andrews Street
Kevin P. O'Neill
139 Andrews Street
Dennis Johnathan Ouellette
12 Royal Street
Armen Garo Oozoonian Jr.
1211 Middlesex Street
57 Columbia Road
Kathleen A. O'Sullivan
20 Kerry Street
Zeke M. Ozella Jr.
219 Lincoln Street
Charles L. Ouellette
18 Varnum Terrace
Dennis M. Page
44 Sayles Street
58 Seventh Street
Senior Skip Day??
36 Chatham Street
Dennis R. Parent
28 Circuit Avenue
Diane Marie Parker
854 Stevens Street
"I don't believe you said that!'
Mark C. Parlee
120 Agawam Street
Lynda Joy Patterson
174 Princeton Blvd.
Sharon Lee Pekkala
647 Chelmsford Street
177 Fetherston Avenue
15 Kantelis Avenue
William Omer Pelchat
7 O'Brien Terrace
Dennis William Pelland
17 Plain Street
Tony D. Pelletier
47 Cogger Road
Paul Raymond Pelletier
74 77 Lexington Avenue
Thomas Ernest Pelletier
. 208 Westford Street
Patricia Ann Perreault
1 Puffer Avenue
93 Newbury Street
Henry J. Plaistek
70 Billings Street
25 Burlington Avenue
493 Wilder Street
James J. Plunkett
4 Forest Street
Linda Maureen Perry
43 Summer Street
Vickey P. Pistolis
83 Berkeley Avenue
Estelle M. Peters
568 Pine Street
Edward Joseph Pitta
529 Lakeview Avenue
Norman Raymond Poirier
34 Barclay Street
Valerie Anne Poirier
50 Endicotte Street
"I'd love to be out there!'
Raymond J. Poitras
24 Riverside Avenue
82 South Walker Street
Catherine Anne Polak
10 Wyman Street
Judith Ann Powell
7 Court Avenue
Dennis James Provost
17 Rockingham Street
Christine Margaret Portuese
169 Wentworth Avenue
Cynthia Ann Preble
53 Laurie Lane
Peter Daniel Psareas
45 May Street
'I never could learn to keep my left eye open."
76 g Burlington Avenue
•565 Princeton Blvd.
David M. Quigley
17 Belmont Street
Edward M. Quinn
109 Glenwood Street
62 Glenwood Street
99 Avenue C
Susan G. Ramsden
16 Burton Street
William C. Rawnsley
16 Smith Avenue
"I still think this print is upside down."
Brenda L. Reed
1 Maple Place
Colleen Ann Regan
47 South Whipple Street
Daniel R. Regan
505 Wilder Street
Sharon Ann Regan
719 Middlesex Street
John Cheswick Reid
177 Wentworth Avenue
Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair
Philomena Bridgit Reid
1331 Pawtucket Blvd.
Paula }. Reno
39 Coburn Drive
Sheila Ann Rice
1301 Middlesex Street
'I don't even care about William the Conqueror."
Leo T. Richard
57 D Street
Rebecca Ann Richards
81 Fremont Street
Kathy I. Rigg
65 Billerica Street
16 Bagley Avenue
♦Ann Marie Riley
78 72 C Street
Brian J. Riley
34 Dover Street
90 C Street
Robert L. Roberge
24 Carolyn Street
Robert McQueen Robertson
599 Westford Street
25 By Street
Nancy Alice Robart
93 Stratham Street
70 Baltimore Avenue
Waiting for the Teacher
Judy M. Robillard
29 Lupine Road
Michael Dale Robinson
75 Ludlam Street
David Victor Robitaille
20 Merrill Avenue
Welcome to Marlboro Country!
730 Lawrence Street
Daniel James Rogers
102 Highland Avenue
John E. Rogers
328 Suffolk Street
'These desks are getting smaller every year."
Michael L. Rogers
111 Humphrey Street
Raymond M. Rondeau
11 Dane Avenue
Mark John Roth
10 Montreal Street
Linda Marie Rondeau
131 Gershom Avenue
Roland Joseph Rondeau
1220 Varnum Avneue
Francis E. Rouine
112 Rogers Street
Kenneth R. Rousseau
45 Burnside Street
Cameron K. Rowe
28 Wilder Road
.Robert S. Russell
80 77 Durant Street
Margaret E. Ryan
69 Melrose Avenue
Roberta Ann Ryder
30 Haines Avenue
Dave James Santos
10 Shaughnessy Terrace
Margaret Sara Rynne
109 Fairmount Street
174 Eleventh Street
Peter M. Sadlier
54 Marlborough Street
Mary Ellen Santos
358 Steven Street
"Hey, It really works!"
Michael J. Santos
25 Corbett Street
Stephen C. Santos
51 Rindo Park Drive
15 Washington Parkway
Donna L. Sawers
52 Avenue B
Denise Violette Sawyer
598 Bridge Street
David H. Sayer
37 Shedd Street
Debra S. Scancarello
38 Chippewa Street
91 Mansur Street
James Spero Scondras
236 School Street
Denise Marie Sevigny
107 Barbara Street
Bonnie Sue Sharfman
488 Pine Street
338 Varnum Avenue
Donna M. Sheehan
17 Ralph Street
Cynthia Jane Shemchuk
36 Boisvert Street
'It's 10:30 a.m. Maybe we should head for school'
Denise T. Silva
50 Burton Street
Mary V. Silva
351 Lawrence Street
71 Chapel Street
Paula M. Sicard
114 South Loring Street
Steven Marc Siegal
317 Princeton Blvd.
Rachel M. Simoneau
272 White Street
Joseph James Slattery
292 Andover Street
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Debra Anne Smith
625 Bridge Street
44 D Street
Margaret Tavares Soares
493 Concord Street
Ronald E. Sousa
88 Cosgrove Street
Karen Winchester Somers
43 Surrey Lane
189 Charles Street
"Why do you have to give homework over the weekend?"
Russ N. Soucy
122 Ennell Street
Vern Edward Spaulding
67 Washington Street
Roger P. St. Arnaud
120 Sparks Street
73 Marlborough St
Joseph Michael Spellissy
84 South Whipple Street
Gloria C. St. Onge
19 Farmland Road
*'. Robert St. Sauveur
84 197 Christian Street
Louie M. Stafford
25 Osgood Street
Eleanor }. Stamas
20 Burlington Avenue
Frederick W. Starkey
110 Orleans Street
Richard Paul Stecchi
79 Belrose Avenue
George Stanley Stamas
3 Kimball Avenue
Ruth Ann Staveley
162 Branch Street
Robert Theodore Stemple
16 Maitland Avenue
'Books, Books, Books!" It goes in here somewhere."
Linda M. Stemporzewski
Cynthia L. Stephens
272 Shaw Street 85
John D. Stokes
71 Royal Street
Jay Robert Strauss
78 West view Road
Philip M. Streeter
51 Princeton Blvd.
37 South Whipple Street
Gerald Paul Stuart
26 Hutchinson Street
683 Rogers Street
Brenda Louise Sullivan
289 Burnham Road
38 Donald Terrace
Barbara J. Sullivan
289 Burnham Road
Cheryl A. Sullivan
41 West Fifth Street
Deborah Jane Sullivan
240 Varnum Avenue
G. Douglas Sullivan
30 Berry Road
Mark Christopher Sullivan
86 28 Rindo Park Drive.
25 Putnam Avenue
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Robert Joseph Sullivan
84 Tenth Street
Sheree Marie Sullivan
87 Bradstreet Avenue
Steven W. Sumner
1195 Varnum Avenue
David R. Surprenant
75 Lincoln Street
John J. Suslovitch
188 Concord Street
Chester Joseph Szablak
100 Durant Street
Ronald Jay Sutphen
210 Coburn Street
7 Alice Drive
David M. Sutton
21 Westwind Road
Loretta C. Sutton
21 Westwind Road
263 Wilder Street
Steven K. Tardiff
116 Marshall Avenue
"They help keep the hair out of my eyes.
Mary M. Tatten
4 Ames Place
William G. Tessier
84 West Wind Road
310 Parkview Avenue
Thomas Richard Tetreault
88 Main Street
William M. Taylor
136 Myrtle Street
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Bernice Rita Teague
163 A Street
Anthony James Texeira
117 Glenmere Street
61 Twelfth Street
The Lowell High Rockettes.
Joseph R. Theriault Jr.
399 Christian Street
Philip George Theriault
399 Christian Street
„• Jill Thibeault
88 735 Varnum Avenue
27 Bunker Hill Avenue
Nanette M. Thomas
320 Douglas Road
Harold Lee Thompson
146 Aiken Street
Neil P. Thompson
74 Gates Street
Bonnie Lee Tivey
106 Congress Street
Olga Maria Toledo
1015 Gorham Street
22 Gaudreau Street
Brenda Joyce Trudel
1367 Pawtucket Blvd.
David John Trudel
3 Barton Avenue
Janice M. Thune
245 Stevens Street
David T. Tobin
102 Mt. Grove Street
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Linda Marie Tousignant
127 Blossom Street
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99 South Loring Street
Brenda Jean Tucker
98 Forrest Street
Brian Joseph Turcotte
48 Florida Street
"I'm sick of this place!'
Ronald I. Tye
72 Lincoln Parkway
Rebecca Maureen Underwood
24 Murray Terrace
June Mary Valcourt
1958 Middlesex Street
Gretchen Mae Underhill
36 Douglas Road
Wayne F. Vaillancourt
16 Penny Street
Robert Packard Valentine
17 Marlborough Street
Charles J. Valliere
130 South Street
Doreen G. Vandinter
49 Kinsman Street
Pnilomena Camara Veloza
90 45 Walnut Street
Mark A. Veseskis
100 Lafayette Street
606 Stevens Street
Michael Anthony Wallace
26 Lane Street
169 Meadowcroft Street
Maria Fernanda Vieira
1053 Gorham Street
John Thomas Walsh
42 Hudson Street
Mark D. Walsh
178 Stevens Street
Donna Marie Vigeant
19 Newbury Street
104 Merrill Avenue
'I wish these stories were more 'digestible'"
Ginger Mary Ward
85 Vernon Street
Stacey Lynne Ward
521 Douglas Road
11 Lamb Street
Karen A. Wayne
682 Lawrence Street
Richard F. Wedge Jr.
469 Douglas Road
Nancy J. Wilkins
15 May Street
136 Princeton Blvd.
Janice Elaine Weissbach
40 Talbot Street
26 Clare Street
231 Salem Street
1463 Varnum Avenue
Peter G. Williams
283 Burnham Road
Joanne Anne Xifaras
12 Cross Street
Lise Ann Wilkins
1463 Varnum Avenue
86 Willie Street
Joanne Catherine Yates
382 Lincoln Street
60 Bradstreet Avenue
3 Roosevelt Place
92 128 Foster Street
Deana A. Zerriny
201 Upham Street
Habib Anis Zerriny
201 Upham Street
Robert H. Fewtrell
7% So. Wipple Street
407 Lincoln Street
Thomas G. Zipps
11 So. Wilder Street
Sylvia C. Guay
96 Enfield Street
Francis H. Minton
288 Methuen Street
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Michaela Ann Buckley
9 Puffee Avenue
Michael Patrick Conroy
65 Fay Street
471 Moody Street
Nornamd Joseph Lafond
45 Dalton Street
Kevin M. Salome
45 Sayles Street
"O. K., Who took those fingers?'
Earl A. Sharfman
Superintendent of Schools
G. Douglas Sullivan, Deputy Superintendent, and
Chester L. Somers, Assistant Superintendent
THE LOWELL SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Seated: Katherine PhUbin Stoklosa, Mayor Armand W. LeMay, Chairman, Patricia A. Molloy.
Standing: George W. O'Hare, Clement G. McDonough, Wayne R. Peters, George D. Kouloheras, Vice Chairman.
Raymond A. Sullivan
Thomas F. Murphy
Stanley J. Stoklosa
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Arthur J. O'Neill
Joseph M. Regan
Dean of Faculty
John F, O'Brien
Eugene N. Wood
Dean of Students
Peter S. St am as
Donald H. Bailey
Theodore J. Barrett
Chester W. Battles
John J. Beaulieu
Alexander J. Belida
Deanna M. Berman
"You will pass the A.P. exam!"
Ronald F. Boisjoly
Actually, it's the students who need a good licking!
Stephen G. Borst
Doris R. Bourgeois
Mary C. Callary
Dennis J. Canney
Bruce R. Carney
Mary A. Burke
Eileen M. Casey
English Department Head
John F. Casey
Some students seem to resist our efforts to help them.
Kevin M. Coyne
Paul T. Crowley
Michael L. Crowley
Richard J. Dacey
Philip T. Dancause
Carol A. Davis
D. Scott Davis
David J. Delisle
Eleanor M. Donahoe
Social Studies Dept. Head
John E. Donlon, Jr.
Paul N. Demogenes
I hope this works!
Coordinator of Structured 101
John M. Earle
Mary A. Fitzgerald
Business Ed. Dept. Head
Helen F. Flanagan
French Department Head
Barbara L. Foye
Patricia M. Francis
Mary G. Frawley
Ruth W. Gagnon
Anne M. Gallagher
Frederic P. Gallagher
Carl J. Garside
Frank H. Gentle, Jr.
Joseph B. Golas
Jack J. Gordon
Albert J. Gougeon
•" Thomas J. Grady
102 Driver Education
Howard H. Graichen
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Mary Margaret Gresco
Walter J. Grondalski
Science Department Head
Sheila M. Hallissy
Mary Esther Kaknes
"Don't you know a credit column from a debit column?"
* Alexander Karkota
Adele G. Kaufman
K. Jonalyn Kealy
John J. Kelly
M. Gladys Kennedy
Robert M. Kealy
James F. Kearns, Jr.
James J. Kennedy, Jr.
Rita A. Kilroy
'A few more years and you'll speak semi-fluent French"
John E. Lang
Helen E. Lannon
Athena Let sou
Frank T. Logiudice
Gerald E. Leblanc
Mathematics Dept. Head
'Fifty credits is not enough to graduate!'
*-VO Business Education
Albert }. Mangan
Director of Athletics
Paul G. Mann
Brenda Matthews Pelland
Paul V. McLaughlin
William A. Merrill
Christopher J. Mitchell
Edward L. Morris
Walter L. Nelson
"I'll raise you one leg."
William J. Notini
Mary V. O'Neil
Spanish Department Head
Louise V. Oczkowski
Edward R. Parlee
Lauren F. Pelland
Joseph J. Petros
Charles E. Peverill, Jr.
Marquerite R. Royal
Arthur J. Simensen
Joseph F. Polak
Grace S. Scanlan
Vernon M. Smith
Rev. Dr. Peter G. Rizos
J. Stephen Ronan
Tomorrow is the last day of school!
Mary E. Stroumbos
Brendan C. Sullivan
Daniel F. Sullivan
Rita M. Sullivan
Marie P. Sweeney
Gertrude J. Thomas
Daniel G. Thurston
B. Douglas Townshend
L. Wyman Trull
Manuel J. Vagos
Edward Sullivan retired this year after a career that spanned thirty-five
years at Lowell High School. During that time, he was a dedicated teacher,
one who always had a smile for students and fellow teachers.
In recent years, as Head of the Business Department, he exhibited a talent
for organization and management that was the envy of other departments
within the school. Hundreds of students over the years learned the principles
of office practice under Mr. Sullivan's direction, while keeping his large
department running smoothly.
Edward Sullivan's positive influence will be felt for a long time at Lowell
High. We wish him well in his retirement.
George F. J. Wood
Always pick your neckties with care!
In 1959, Jim Finn came to Lowell High School as an English teacher after a
successful career as a newspaperman. Before he retired in 1974, he had been
advisor of The Review, advisor of The Spindle, Freshman Floormaster,
Master of Avco and Keith. These are the names of the jobs he held. They tell
nothing of the man. He brought excitement to his English classes, enthusiasm
and expertise to The Review, friendship to the faculty and student body. His
humor brightened our days and his understanding smoothed the way for
many a faltering ninth grader. Lowell High School is a duller place without
him. We miss him.
Miss Margaret Hetherman, who retired in June, 1974, after teaching at LovveJ]
High School for forty years, died April 30, 1975. The students fortunate enough to
have been in her classes will never forget this unselfish, dedicated teacher. She
brought to her classes much more than an understanding of the assigned subject
matter. Her method employed that spontaneous wit which enlivens the most
commonplace lesson, special insight that deepens understanding, ideaiism that
inspires students to greater heights, and a genuine compassion that breaks down
any barrier between teacher and pupil.
As her students and friends, we feel a great loss at her death. Our only solace lies
in the delightful memories we have of this wonderful friend and teacher.
Alice Bebler R.N.
Beatrice Marsden R.N.
Edith Murphy R.N.
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Junior Dinner Dance
Below: Pamela Morris' lovely smile is enhanced by a colorful bouquet of roses and
carnations, compliments of her date, Cameron Rowe. Right: Debbie Gonzales does her thing.
Above: Looking both chic and elegant, Jim McHale, Brian Moffett, Elaine O'Donnell and Joanne Durkin enjoy a moment of after dinner
Left: Mary Mahoney keeps an eye on Mark Reddy's
cigarette, while Mark keeps an eye on Charlene
Dulorme. Below: Karen Bellerose and Donna
Marcotte, who could be posing for a Norman
Rockwell painting, share a bit of exciting gossip.
Our Junior Class Officers
Hope to Begin New Tradition
During junior year, our class officers, President,
Tom Fleming; Vice President, Elaine O'Donnell;
Secretary, Ann O'Connor; and Treasurer, Meg
Fleming, with the cooperation of Submaster, Ar-
thur O'Neill, initiated the concept of a Junior Din-
ner Dance as the social highlight of our school
year. Characteristically, the class responded with
enthusiasm, and on June 7, 1974, a great number of
our elegantly dressed classmates arrived at the
Commodore Ballroom, brimming over with the ex-
citement of what was, to many, their first formal
affair. After greeting friends, partaking of a gour-
met meal, and dancing to the music of "Image," all
agreed that the evening was a tremendous success.
It is to be hoped that this affair will be repeated
by succeeding junior classes and that our class has
helped to establish a new tradition at Lowell High
Above: Lynn Kerrigan and Chuck Baldwin patiently await dessert.
Above: Always sociable, Agnes Jean, Mike Andraktos, Mark
MacDonald, and Ann O'Connor greet friends at other tables. Below:
Matt McCafferty and Denise Sevigny enjoy a delightful evening in
the company of Junior Class President, Tom Fleming, and his date,
Above: Debbie Skankarella and Dave Foley demonstrate admirable
The Class of 1975
Enjoys its First Social
Above: To the amusement of Theresa Doyle, Steve Creamer comes prepared for any emergency.
Left: In her stunning new gown, Joyce Carkin swings to the latest tempo.
Above. Mary Ann Dube, Mike Leahey, Linda Champagne and Cubby McGreavey make an attractive foursome.
Girl Officer Try-Outs
Climax Years of Preparation
Above: Friends congratulate newly elected captain, Sharon Callahan. Beiow left: Beth
Milinazzo learns she is a captain, too. Below right: First Lieutenant Donna Janas is
delighted with her new title.
Above: Captain Ellen King is delighted! Below: Major
Rosemary Nangle shares her excitement with friends.
Headmaster Raymond A. Sullivan repeats the good news to Captain Karen Rigopoulos
and Adjutant Faye Zamanakos.
Under the leadership of Colonel Eileen Shea and
Lieutenant Colonel Karen Bellerose, the Girl
Officers have demonstrated once again the fine
points of marching, dancing, posture, voice and
mass drill. Mrs. Beatrice Johnston, faculty advisor
of the organization, is justifiably proud of the girls
who wear the smart navy blue uniforms with brass
buttons and gold chevrons.
The seventy-two girls were selected by three out-
of-town judges, from a field of many candidates,
during a day of grueling competition. As chosen
leaders, the officers teach gym exercises to under-
classmen, represent the school at various civic
activities, and help to develop future Girl Officers.
Newly-elected Lieutenant Colonel Karen Bellerose and Colonel Eileen
Shea are pleased with their success.
Row 1 Capt. Sharon Callahan. Capt. Elaine O'Donnell, Capt.
D.mn.i MarteD. Maj. Nancy Broderick. Maj. Rosemary Nangle, Lt.
Col Karen BaDeroaa, Col Eileen Shea. Maj. Diane Brule, Maj.
Sharon kr.fr. Maj Karen Hickey, Capt. Lynne Kerrigan, Capt.
Agnai |,..,n How 2. Capt. Denise Sevigny. Capt. Mary Jo Normandy,
- Brenda Oliver, Capt. Kerry Lekites. Capt. Darlene Hebert.
Capl Kllm King, C<pt Deniaa Hillary, Capt. Mary Michaud, Capt.
Marv Bath Milinasso, Capt. Deborah Ducharme. Capt. Karen
Rigopouloa, Capl Catherine Polak. Row 3: 1st Lt. Donna Janas, 1st
Lt Marilyn Colon. Ad, Susan Fitzsimmons, Adj. Shelagh ].
lahan, Adj Paya Zamanakoa, Capt. Eileen Strombos, Capt. Gail
McGowao Capl I^e Ann Boutselis. Adj. Kathleen Gagen, Ad).
Dehr.i Foley, 1st It I... ' McKenna, 1st Lt. Shelley Levasseur.
Row 4: 1st Lt. Christine Portuese, 1st Lt. Judy Anderson, 1st Lt.
Karen Fitzgerald, 1st Lt. Catherine Fallon, 1st Lt. Jo Ann Durkin, 1st
Lt. Maryanne Boyle, 1st Lt. Mary Jo Cameron, 1st Lt. Sandra Kelly,
1st Lt. Mary Hickey, 1st Lt. Kathleen Scannell, 1st Lt. Linda Lee
Tetreault, 1st Lt. Mary Frances Mahoney. Row 5: 1st Lt. Dawn
Noonan, 2nd Lt. Evelyn Malloy, 2nd Lt. Eileen Dunn, 2nd Lt. Mary
Ann Oczkowski, 2nd Lt. Karen Camacho, 1st Lt. Margaret Frappier,
1st Lt. Elaine Sarantos, 2nd Lt. Carol Jankowski, 2nd Lt. Diane
McAndrews, 2nd Lt. Teresa Doyle, 2nd Lt. Karen McCarthy, 2nd Lt.
Ava Koumantzelis, Row 6: 2nd Lt. Carol Lynne Parrino, 2nd Lt.
Patricia GUI, 2nd Lt. Rosemary Kelleher, 2nd Lt. Mary Byrne, 2nd
Lt. Karen Borges, 2nd Lt. Debra Aclin, 2nd Lt. Sophia Chouprakos,
2nd Lt. Starr Betses, 2nd Lt. Rachel Simoneau.
Girl Officers Sponsor
AnnuaJ Fall Dinner Dance
The Sheraton Rolling Green furnished the setting, while a
local group, "Image," provided the music for the first social
event on the Girl Officers' calendar — the annual Harvest
Dinner Dance, which was held on November 22, 1974. Among
the honored guests were Headmaster and Mrs. Raymond A.
Sullivan; Master Stanley Stoklosa and his wife, School Com-
mitteewoman Kathryn Stoklosa; Dean of Students Dr. Eu-
gene Wood and Mrs. Wood; and Mr. Donald Johnston and his
wife, Beatrice Johnston, Director of the Girl Officers.
The excitement of the merry-makers, the delightful music,
and the sumptuous meal all contributed to a wonderfully
successful affair. The music and the dancing, which began at
eight o'clock, ended promptly at midnight. After pausing to
bid their friends goodnight, the evening's Cinderellas and
Prince Charmings departed, filling Andover Street with a
steady stream of traffic as they headed back to Lowell.
Above: A little music can do strange things. Upper right: Madeline Huston does the latest steps.
Upper left: Elaine Katzoumis demonstrates her
attractive dance form. Upper right: Sharing a
romantic dance are Mary Frances Mahoney and
Mark Parlee. Above: Peggy Frappier enjoys a
break between sets.
Concentrating on their dancing are Eileen Malloy. Matt McCafferty, Lilly Rey and John Miller.
Above: Paul Pelletier, Kathy Gagen, Bob Kenney, and Cathy Polak make an
attractive foursome. Below left: Janice Judd stops to chat with a friend. Below
center: Sheila Rice sports an attractive new gown. Below right: Patty Gill does her
The Harvest Begins
Senior Social Whirl
Above: Taking a break between dances are Rick Beuregard, Shelley Levasseur, Lorraine Gauthier, and
Dennis Cloutier. Left: Brian Barraby and Kathleen Quinn prove that they've got rhythm. Below left
Colonel Eileen Shea and Major Diane Brule are eager to get to their ice cream sundaes. Below right: Katey
Scannell good-naturedly admires a similar dress.
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Since 1880, the Cadet Officers' Brigade has
been influential in developing the leadership
potential of outstanding Lowell High School
students. During their junior year, boys com-
pete for ranks in both written and physical
exams. The Generalcy, a grueling competition
for promotions within the ranks, is conducted
at the beginning of the senior year.
Under the guidance of faculty directors,
Colonel John Beaulieu and Lieutenant Philip
Dancause, Brigadier General Timothy Lyons
and Colonel David Hanks have led the bri-
gade to the completion of another successful
Captain Mike Murphy drills his company.
Row 1: Capt. Kenneth Rousseau, Maj. G. Douglas Sullivan, Maj. David
Durkin, Maj. Roland Milliard, Maj. Francis Rouine, Lt. Col. Mark
Lesniak, Lt. Col. Daniel King, Brig. Gen. Timothy Lyons, Col. David
Hanks, Lt. Col. Mark Parlee, Maj. Steven Demetriou, Maj. Louis Stylos,
Maj. Richard Gannon, Sr. Capt, Ronald Tye, Capt. Michael Murphy.
Row 2: 1st Lt. Jay Strauss, 1st Lt. Robert Roberge, Capt. Robert
Valentine, Capt. Normand Gauthier, Capt. David Surprenant, Capt.
Eugene Mitchell, Capt. Alfred Souza, Capt. David Tobin, Capt. William
Manchenton, Capt. Richard Wedge, Capt. Robert Stemple, Capt. John
Reid, 1st Lt. Donald Kenniston, 1st Lt. John Walsh. Row 3: 2nd Lt.
George Koumpouras, 2nd Lt. Robert McLaughlin, 1st Lt. Michael
Marais, 2nd Lt. James Loughran, 1st Lt. James Gleason, 2nd Lt. Stephen
Marcouillier, 1st Lt. Nicholas Giavis, 1st Lt. Steve Michaels, 1st Lt.
Gerry ^Gagnon, 1st Lt. Norman Poirier, 1st Lt. Ron Sutphen, 2nd Lt.
Stephen Marget, 2nd Lt. John Paras.
Upper right: Competing officers take a break during the
Generalcy. Above: Steve Demetriou and John Reid await
their turn in the competition. Left: Ron Sutphen and Gerry
Gagnon carefully store rifles.
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12 Vivacious Girls
Urge Raiders on to Victory
With undauntable enthusiasm, the Lowell High School
Cheerleaders, smartly attired in crisp red and white, lead
Raider f.ms in spirited cheers and perform a series of
intricate routines with seemingly inexhaustible energy.
Under the direction of Mrs. Beatrice Johnston, the girls
inspire victory in the hearts of Raider athletes and contrib-
ute greatly to Lowell High's school spirit.
Above left: Under Rose's leadership, Leanne, Mary Jo, and Kerry
sing the high school song. Above: Ellen King gets ready to begin a
cheer. Below left: Diane Brule praises "Raider Power." Below: Mary
Jo, Leanne, Nancy, Kerry, and Diane use colorful shakers to arouse
Above: Girls' voices blend in harmony as chorus entertains. Beiow: Chorus
performs during Christmas assembly.
Rehearsing with Mr. Townshend. Seated: Sue Fitzsimmons
and Louie Stylos. Standing. Denise Sevigny, Starr Betses, and
Leaders: 2nd Leader, Beth Entwistle; Head Leader, Liz Kramer; 1st Leader, Debra Faria.
Row i Betb Bntwfetle, Norma [ear McAndrews, Pam O'Malley, Cindy
(albert, I.iz Kramer, |oanne Leahy, Linda Alberty, Doreen Robichaud,
Debbie Parti How 2. Colleen O'Neill, Robin Richardson, Laurie
Palmer, Debbie Krysiak, Director B. Douglas Townshend, Linda
Rutledge, Gail Coutourier, Brenda Crowley, Debbie Soucy.
The LoweU High Band entertains at the Golden Gloves. Among those
present are: Debra Annis, Linda Annis, David Ayotte, David Barrett,
Douglas Barrett, Wayne Branco, Patricia Burns, Levon Chertavian,
Debbie Clark, Linda Coderre, Kathy Courtney, Judy Daigle, Susan
Dolce, Pat Donovan, Paula Duff, Mary Duggan, Linda Edwards, Mark
Ferman, Florence Fitch, Stan Fitch, Stefan Fitch, Robert Fitzpatrick,
Joseph Flynn, Mary Jo Flynn, David Gacek, Marguerite Gallagher, Mark
Giroux, Peter Giroux, Kevin Grady, Kathleen Greene, Michael
Hannafin, Virginia Janeiro, Lydia Johnson, Donna Kaslowski, John
Lawrence, Seth Levy, Lillis Corine, John Linnehan, Marie Demers,
Connie Demers, Judy Dillon, Victor Duarte, Matthew Stupakewicz,
Peter Mathews, Roger Maxfield, Laura McCarron, Stephen McCarron,
Tim McCarron, Gretchen Noll, Paul Pearsall, Michael Pelland, David
Pelletier, Thomas Pelletier, Donna Perry, Diane Rajchel, Jan Rajchel,
Kathleen Regan, Philomena Reid, Leo Richard, Brian Riley, Scott
Saindon, Sean Sadlier, Michael Santos, Louis Stylos, Marleen Stylos,
Paul Taylor, Miriam Toledo, Penny Tournas, Ronald Tye, David Tyler,
Michael Wallace, Nicole Butters, Michael Maurais, Anastasia Michaels
Aracelis Toledo, Pauline Landry, Maria DaSilva, Loraine Gaudette,
Elaine Gaudette, Michelle Bessette, Louis Stamas.
On drums, Mike Pelland, Mike Santos, and Roger Maxfield accompany Pat Donovan, Kevin
Grady and John Linnehan, on trumpet.
Demonstrating proficiency on the trumpet: Brian Riley (above), Thomas
Pelletier (below), and Peter Giroux (below right).
David Gacek entertains on the baritone sax.
Upper left: John Reid. as Mr. Smith's boss, is the victim of the
Smith family's plot to keep their father, played by Dave Hanks,
in St. Louis. Upper right: Karen Fitzgerald and Grady Mulligan,
as Esther Smith and Fred Gregory, sing "My Funny Valentine."
Above left: In the roles of Agnes Smith, Mrs. Smith and Toody,
Mary Michaud, Martha Jussaume, and Bonnie Sharfman make
plans for Halloween. Right: Ralene Bellair and Doug Sullivan
combine talents, as Lucille Pentard and Lon Smith, for the duet,
"You're just in love."
Meet Me in St. Louis
Season's First Musical A Great Success
On January 17, 1975, the drama and choral arts departments collaborated
to produce the musical comedy, Meet Me in St. Louis. Under the direction of
Michael Sokolowski and Douglas Townshend, students involved in the
production, performing before a delighted audience, demonstrated once
again that Lowell High School has a wealth of outstanding theatrical talent.
Top In thr trolley scene, conductor Norman
Gauthier steals the show Above As Rose, Diane
delights Toody, played by Bonnie
sh.irfm.in. with the song. "Have Yourself .1
Merry Little Christmas." Right The Smith
f.imiU is dismayed to N'.irn th.it Toody h.is
derailed the troll
The G. O.
Girl Officers' Formal
Brightens Winter Season
February 8, 1975, marked the occasion of
the traditional Girl Officers' mid-winter for-
mal, climaxing weeks of exciting preparation
for the girls and their escorts. The Lowell
Memorial Auditorium, lavishly decorated for
the affair in vibrant red and white, was alive
with the gaiety and laughter of exuberant
young dancers. As waves of music from Billy
Note's orchestra floated through the air,
couples, in a kaleidoscope of beautiful gowns
and elegant tuxedos, whirled about the floor,
capturing the thrilling moments of the eve-
ning in memories to be savored in the years to
Upper left: Swaying gently to the music, Carol Jankowski and Tom McOsker enjoy a dance. Above: Pausing between -
sets are Xavier Harrison, Denise Hilary, Anita Doucette and Zeke Ozella.
The Grand March
To the delight of relatives and friends, who filled the
balcony, the receiving line in which the girls and their
escorts were greeted by city and school department
officials, was followed by The Grand March. During this
awe-inspiring procession, the girls, led by Colonel Eileen
Shea and Charles Kelleher and Lieutenant Colonel Karen
Bellerose and John Dolan, exhibited admirable poise and
Above: Reflecting the pride and graciousness of the occasion,
Agnes Jean and Mark Roth participate in The Grand March.
Left. Gail McGowan and Eddy Morowski are received by
Major John Beaulieu and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Callary. Right:
Leading The Grand March are Eileen Shea and Chucky
Kelleher, and Karen Bellerose and John Dolan.
Music . . . Dancing . . . Laughter
Create a Memorable Evening
Above left: Debbie Aclin and
Mark Lesniak share a dance.
Above Center: Nancy Broderick
and Joe Hughey join in the
festivities. Above right:
Elegantly attired, John Moriarty
and Sharon Keefe relax during
intermission. Right: Mike
Donohue and Margaret Rynne
chat with Bob Burke.
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Above Jeft: Mike Dillon's boutonniere is given a last
minute readjustment by Kathy Fallon. Above: Timmy
Bassett and Diane McAndrews model the latest in
elegant formal fashion. Left: Couples gather for a brief
conversation during a pause in the music.
Upper left: Mary Ann Oczkowski and Mark Fiermonti
check the dance program. Upper right: George Kacavos
and Ava Koumantzelis are among the early arrivers.
Above: Ann O'Connor and Mark Byrne are elegantly
attired. Right: Mark Ready and Mary Frances Byrne make
a fast getaway.
Radiant Smiles Reflect
Magic of the Evening
Upper left: Karen Camacho joins in the festivities. Upper right: Arriving early are Sandra
Kelley and Don Dirubbo. Left: John Janas and Sharon Callahan model the latest in formal
fashion. Above: Mrs. Mary Callary is justifiably proud of her son, Bob, who is Rachel
The Talent Show
Students and Faculty Produce Another Hit
Above left: John, your slip is showing. Top: Angie DaCunha wows the
.nidience with her sophisticated charm. Above: Typical L.H.S. faculty. Below
li.'ft. Marcia Hardy worries about her "rubber ducky." Below: Mike Wallace
entertains on the bass tuba.
Above left: Richard Wedge and Rachel Simoneau share a relaxing moment between
dances. Above right: Mark Lesniak guides Eileen Malloy through the receiving line.
Below Jeff: Al Souza and Ann McGregor join in the popular Greek dance. Below
right: Waiting for the music to begin are Roland Milliard and Carolyn Greene.
The C. O.
Annual Cadet Officers' Formal
Held at Commodore Club Ballroom
Aglow with bright lights, a rainbow of elegantly gowned
girls, and the strains of soft music, the Ballroom of the
Commodore Club of Lowell provided a dramatic backdrop to
the Cadet Officers' formal dance, the highlight of the social
season for Lowell High's impressively uniformed brigade.
Above: Brigadier General Timothy Lyons and Debra Foley
prepare to lead The Grand March. Left: Colonel David Hanks
and Cynthia Wolffe enjoy watching the dancers. Below.
Michelle Comtois and Norman Poirier visit with Sue Leduc
and Robert Roberge, who are sitting with their guest, Mrs.
Right: Chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Christos
Demetriou, are shown with their son, Steven,
and his date, Mary Nolan. BeJow left: The
Hully Gully has long been a favorite. BeJow
right: Lorraine Gauthier joins in with
Formal Dance Highlights
Cadet Officers' Year
As waves of music came floating over the gleam-
ing dance floor, elegantly attired, carefree young
couples whirled gracefully about the ballroom, the
significance of the evening reflected in their ex-
pressions of complete rapture.
Upper Jeff Danny King stops to chat with Bob Valentine and Steve Michaels. Left: Gene Mitchell
enjoys a dance with Pansy Anderson. Above: Superintendent of Schools Earl Sharfman greets
Mike Murphy and his date, Debbie Coutu.
Above: Vice President Denise Sevigny addresses the audience and the
membership on the subject of scholarship. Right: Headmaster Raymond A.
Sullivan opens the ceremony with an address to Society members and
National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
CLASS of 1975, ELECTED 1974: Debra Aclin, Harry
Anastapoulos, Mary Ann Azarowski, David Barrett, Mary
Bergeron, Starr Betses, Mary Jo Cameron, Juliette Carignan,
William Chingros, Eileen Coleman, Timothy Cremin, Joseph
Day, Steven Demetriou, Ralph DePrenda, Mark DiSciullo, Jeanne
Dupont, Susan Fitzsimmons, Linda Gallagher, Leise Galvao,
Kevin Grady, Carolyn Greene, Kathleen Greene, Marcia Hardy,
Denise Hillery, Kathy Hoar, Michael Hogue, Joyce Jalbert, Carol
Jankowski, Robert Kelleher, Rosemary Kelleher, Ellen King,
Daniel Leavitt, Jacqueline Lee, Timothy Lyons, Eileen Malloy,
Evelyn Malloy, Matthew McCafferty, Frederick McCall, James
McCarron, James McHale, Michael McMullen, Thomas McOsker,
Earle McQuaide, Arthur Michailides, Mary Nalezinski, Ann
O'Connor, Mary Oczkowski, Elaine O'Donnell, Brenda Oliver,
Frances Papadopoulos, Mark Parlee, Lynn Parrino, Thomas
Pelletier, Peter Psareas, Paula Reno, Mark Robbins, Kenneth
Rousseau, Denise Sevigny, Mark Sullivan, Ron Sutphen, Chester
Szablak, Bernice Teague, Ronald Tye, John Walsh, Cynthia
Above: Members of the National Honor Society assemble on stage for the induction ceremony.
Above: Secretary Starr Betses reads the list of candidates for induction.
Left: Society President Carolyn Greene presents faculty advisor, Mrs.
Grace Scanlon, with a gift of appreciation from the organization. Below:
Senior members of the Society await the induction of juniors.
CLASS of 1975, ELECTED 1975: Judith Anderson, Marsha
Anganes, Mary Barrett, Timothy Bassett, Denise Bedard, Patricia
Biron, Thomas Bitler, Mark Boucher, Leeann Boutselis, Maryann
Boyle, Nancy Broderick, Barbara Brown, Linda Cadran, Sharon
Callahan, James Croteau, Elizabeth Donnelly, Mary Ann Dube,
David Durkin, Florence Fitch, David Gacek, Donna Gagnon,
Richard Gagnon, Mary Gatzimas, Lorraine Gauthier, Nicholas
Giavas, Donna Gill, Anne Marie Gionet, Richard Hayes, Richard
James, Peter Jankowski, Cynthia Kalergis, Susan Kelleher,
Marcia Kloza, Richard Kloza, Denise Laferrier, Susan Landry,
Mark Lesniak, Linda Lyons, Sharon MacArthur, David
MacEneny, Mary Frances Mahoney, Jody Masse, Kathleen
McCarthy, Gail McGowan, Louise McKenna, Mary Michaud,
Mary Milinazzo, John Miller, Roland Milliard, Thomas Mullin,
Athena Nikitas, Dawn Noonan, Faylene Offenberg, Armen
Oozoonian, Edward Pitta, Christine Portuese, Karen Rigapoulos,
Nancy Robart, Lawrence Rocha, Elaine Sarantos, Bonnie
Sharfman, Steven Siegal, Karen Somers, Louis Stylos, Jill
Thibeault, Brain Trainor, Daniel Zabbo, Habib Zerriny.
Clubs and Organizations
Opposite page. Top: Officers of the National Honor Society:
Secretary, Starr Betses; President, Carolyn Greene; Treasurer, Mark
Sullivan; Vice President, Denise Sevigny. Center J eft: Officers of El
Greco: Secretary, Marlene Stylos; Treasurer, Barbara LaNou; Vice
President, Despo Baldoumas; President, Anastacia Michaels. Lower
left: Officers of the Choral Arts Organization: (seated) Treasurer, Sue
Fitzsimmons; President, Marcia Hardy; (standing) Vice President, Mary
Michaud; Secretary, Diane McAndrews. Lower right: Officers of the
Junior Classical League: (clockwise) Secretary, Karen Smith; President,
George Alexandropoulos; Treasurer, Pat Toohill; Vice President, Marie
Above left: Officers of the French Club: President, John Walsh; Vice
President, Marie Demers; Treasurer, Maria Kozombolis; Secretary, Pam
Koravos. Above: Officers of the Science Club: Treasurer, Jan Rachel;
Secretary, Jim Scondras; Vice President, Alan Treadwell; President,
Steve Michaels; Program Advisor, George Alexandropoulos. Left:
Officers of the Virgilian Society: Secretary, Donald Carrigan; President,
Richard Hayes; Vice President, Mark Anastopoulos; Treasurer, Chris
Emmanouil. Below: Members of Mu Alpha Theta: (seated) Denise
Hillery; Judy Anderson, Carol Jankowski, Peter Jankowski, Rosemary
Kelleher, Marcia Hardy; (standing) Cyndy Wolffe, Carolyn Greene,
Mike Hogue, Mark Lezniak, Harry Anastopoulos, Ralph DePrenda,
Above: Officers of the Spanish Club: (standing) Treasurer, Cindy Ashe:
Secretary, Debbie Aclin; (seated) Vice President, Carolyn Greene;
President, Faylene Offenberg. Below. Officers of the Ski Club: President,
Gary Finneral; Vice President, Cynthia Kalergis: Secretary- Treasurer,
Susan Kelleher. Above right: Officers of the Business Club: (seated)
President, Bernice Teague; Vice President, Nancy Maccaione; (standing)
Treasurer, Sandra Lapham; Secretary, Pauline Landry. Center right, DECA
Class Officers: (Seated) President, Hank Plaistek; (standing) Vice
President, Charles Kafasis; Secretary, Debbie Scancarello; Treasurer, Meg
Fleming. Below right: Officers of the Distributive Education Club: (seated)
Vice President, Linda Tetreault; (standing) Secretary, Jeanne Larrivee;
President, Frances Maloof; Treasurer, Paul Pelletier.
Upper left: Members of the Student Council Advisory Committee:
Kathy Fallon, John Moriarty, Rick Stec, Charley Hagler. Center left:
Upsila Alpha (international honor society in history) Award
Winners: Honorable Mention; Ronald Tye, Bonnie Sharfman,
Cynthia Wolff: Second Place; Ron Sutphen. Lower left: VFW
Brotherhood Award Winner: Tom McOsker. Upper right: Voice of
Democracy Essay Contest Winner: Arthur Michailides. Center right:
Highest ranking student in accounting: Kenneth O'Neill. Lower
right: DAR Good Citizenship Award Winner: Mary Frances
On Honor Day, May 16, 1975, many Lowell
High School students were named recipients
of scholarships and awards. Eleven scholar-
ships were awarded by the Lowell Rotary
Club to: Mary Barrett, Timothy Bassett, Mary
Boyle, William Chingros, Denise Hillery, Den-
nis Lavasseur, Kathleen McCarthy, Gail
McGowan, Mary Michaud, James McHale, and
The Union National Bank awarded savings
bonds to top Business Education Department
students: Kenneth O'Neil (accounting); Anne
Marie Landry (stenography); Anne Crevier
Carol Donovan received a portable type-
writer for excellence in typing from Betta
Kopy and Duplicator Co. James McCarron and
Harry Anastopoulos received the Lowell Post
No. 87 American Legion Book Prizes. The
Alexander's Market scholarship went to Da-
vid Durkin and Brain Trainor.
Other winners were: Marcia Hardy (Quota
Club Valedictorian Award); Jill Thibeault (De-
Moulas Market Scholarship); Bonnie Sharf-
man (Alpha Epsilon Phi Award); Daniel Leav-
itt (Dolores M. Regan Scholarship); Kathleen
Green (Arion Foundation Award, Lowell Mu-
sicians' Association); Daniel Zabbo (Jewish
War Veterans' Auxiliary Award); Mary
Frances Mahoney (DAR Good Citizenship
Award); Elaine O'Donnell, Mary Ann Boyle,
and Mary Michaud (Girl Officers' Alumnae
Rosemary Kelleher is presented with the Byam Insurance Award.
Brian Trainor and David Durkin are the recipients of $250 scholarships from
Elected to receive the $200 scholarships from the Lowell Rotary Club: (right to left) Mary Barrett, Tim Bassett, William Chfngros, Dennis
Levasseur, Mary Michaud, Kathleen McCarthy, Denise Hillery, James McHale, Gail McGowan, Timothy Lyons.
Mary Ann Boyle receives one of the Lowell Rotary Club scholarships from Ken
Mary Frances Mahoney received the
Frances R. H. Leggatt Scholarship from the
Girl Officers Alumnae; while Ron Stuphen
received the Francis P. McHugh Scholarship.
Other winners were: Jacqueline Lee (John
Sakelarios Memorial Scholarship); Mary Nale-
zinski (Middlesex Women's Club Scholar-
ship); Daniel Leavitt (Ernest L. Kimball Schol-
arship); Mark Parlee (Bausch and Lamb Honor
Awards); David S. Barrett, Susan Fitzsim-
mons, and Leslie Goins (Rella Park Memorial
Scholarship); Marcia Hardy (The Lowell High
School Faculty Club Music Achievement
Award); Patricia Donovan and Thomas Pelle-
tier (The L.H.S. Band Award); Kevin T. Grady,
Marcia E. Hardy, Rosemary Kelleher, and
James A. McCarron (National Merit Letters of
Commendation); Jane Slattery (Alice L. Cluin
Award); Ralph DePrenda (Charles D. Foley
Award); and Chester Szablak (Gerald Ritter
Also: Diane McAndrews (best actress) and
Louis Stylos (best actor) from Alumni Players;
Kathleen Greene (Class Odist Award); Mark I.
Robbins (National Honor Society Prize from
members); Michael Dillon, Catherine Fallon,
Peter Giroux, Peter Jankowski, Randall Jay,
Agnes Jean, Timothy Lyons, Kathleen
McCarthy, Mary Frances Mahoney and John
Moriarty (LHS Student Council Scholarships);
Matthew McCafferty (50th Reunion Class Rel-
la Park Scholarship); Gail McGowan (Shirley
Boches Foundation Scholarship); Marcia
Hardy, Kathleen Greene, Diane McAndrews
and David Ayotte (Choral Arts Dept. Scholar-
ship); and Stephen Donovan, James Alemisis
(Student Council Service Awards).
jay, Peter |a
Raymond A. Sullivan presents the Lowell High School Student Council scholarships to (right £ left)
M,ry Frances Mahoney. John Moriarty. Peter Giroux, Kathleen McCarthy, Michael Ddlon, Randall
nkowski, Timothy Lyons.
The award for the highest
ranking student in stenography
is received by Anne Crevier.
Erin Noonan, as Little Eva, enacts the Siamese version of Uncle Tom's Cabin.
As Anna, Diane McAndrews attempts to teach
the King, portrayed by Louis Stylos, the
graciousness of Western dance.
Diane McAndrews delights the audience with her vocal
Mary Michaud's beautiful voice gives a special
poignance to her portrayal of Tuptim as she sings, "He
is Pleased with Me."
The King's wives attend the introduction of the princes and princesses.
The King and I
On May 8th and 9th the Lowell High School Choral
Arts and Drama Departments combined talents to
produce the spectacular musical success, The King
and I. Based on Margaret Landon's novel, Anno and
the King of Siam, this delightful musical portrays the
conflicts which develop when East meets West as the
widow Anna Leonowens attempts to bring the culture
of her beloved England to the country of Siam and its
Arrayed in the finery of the harem are the King's wives, Joanne Leahy, Cheryl
Guillemette, Sharon McArthur, and Cyndi Fields.
The Lowell High School yearbook, The Spindle,
has undergone many changes during recent years.
The most significant of these occurred four years ago
when the members of the class of 1972 voted over-
whelmingly for a fall delivery of the yearbook. Since
then, a large majority of each class has been in favor
of this procedure. Lowell High is the only major high
school in the area to choose a fall delivery, although
most colleges have been receiving their books in the
fall for many years. Late delivery permits a more
expansive yearbook, with full coverage of all senior
activities, up to, and including, graduation. Other
major changes in The Spindle include 16 full color
pages, the largest color section of any high school
yearbook in New England, and the addition of 64
pages. In the last two years, the book has been
enlarged from 176 to 240 pages.
Above: ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lynn Parrino, Pat Biron, Nancy Macaione, Charlene Dyke. Below: EDITORIAL STAFF: Gail Laverty,
Mary Ann McMahon; (seated) Debbie Beland, Maura O'Flahavan, Judy Nadeau; (standing) Debbie Gonzales.
The Personnel Department, founded in 1924, helps
greatly in preparing senior girls for the future in the
business world. This fine department is responsible
for all mimeographing work done in the school, such
as printed tests, office forms, absentee lists, daily
notices and schedules. The girls are chosen for their
outstanding work in shorthand and typewriting dur-
ing their junior year by Mrs. Ruth Gagnon, head of
the Personnel Department.
Above: Nancy Wilkins trims paper to size. BeJow: Elizabeth
Donohue, Gerilyn Coupe, Debbie Gonzales, and Jennifer Scott
prepare the days work. Above right: Encida Morales and Doris
Bourassa operate the duplicator. BeJow right: Carol Donovan
completes an assignment.
Field Day is a tradition at Lowell
High School which predates the turn
of the century. The exercises begin
with a parade through downtown Lo-
well featuring companies of white
uniformed girls, carrying either color-
ful crepe paper shakers or Indian
clubs, and boys in military dress car-
rying rifles. Traditionally, the girls, led
by Girl Officers in their navy blue
uniforms, participate in various ex-
ercises, while the boys, under the su-
pervision of the Cadet Officers, vie for
honors in competetive drills. Gymnas-
tic activities, which place added em-
phasis on physical fitness, are includ-
ed in the program for underclassmen.
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Karen Camacho exhibits her skill with clubs.
Maryanne Boyle performs the club drill.
Leaders of the Lowell High School Brigade conduct the Brigade Ceremonial Review.
Above: Members of the Junior Varsity team: (row 1) Marlene O'Brien, Ginnie Janiero; (row
2) Cindy Ashe. Linda Caldon. Michelle O'Brien; (row 3) Karen Rockers; (row 4) Marcia
Brown. Below. Members of the Varsity team: (row 1) Leslie Kim Goins, Donna Krysiak,
Mary Soukaros; (row 2) LeeAnn Sullivan. Pat Toohil; (row 3) Cathy Thomas. Jan Moriarty;
(row 4) Laurene Daugherty. Below left: Laurene Daugherty looks for an opening.
Left: Kerry Lekites comes down for a landing from a split leap. Above:
Brenda Murphy executes a free front split on the balance beam. Below
right: Cathy Fallon approaches the three quarter point of a cartwheel.
Below left: Members of the girls' gymnastics team: (row 1) Lynn
Marchacos, Cathy Fallon, Co-Captain Kerry Lekites, Co-Captain Chris
Perron, Ann McLaughlin, Brenda Murphy; (row 2) Karen Price, Jackie
Rondeau, Eileen Busby; (row 3) Denise Dunn, Lisa Clay; (row 4) Ellen
The 1974 LHS football team was backboned
by All American Tom McOsker. Behind the
senior offensive line of tackles, Chet Szablak
and Barry Lewis, guards Ken Cregg and Bill
Rawnsley, and center Bob Gormley, Tom
rushed 878 yards, directed the pass attack to
ends Joe Slattery and Bill Furey, and punted
the ball on fourth down situations.
Ed Choate, the small blocking fullback, cut
down much larger defensive linemen, enabl-
ing junior halfback Ed Kulis to rumble for
Greg Noonan, Jack Rogers, and Mark Walsh
teamed with McOsker to bolster the Red and
Larry Rocha, a valuable two-way performer
as a junior, was sidelined by a knee injury for
the first half of the season. His return to the
defensive secondary in the Haverhill tilt
helped halt the speedy Hillie offense.
Three leading LHS ball carriers, McOsker, Choate and Kulis sweep left for
Bill Furey (83), Bob Maniatis (55), and Chet Szablak (79) leading the defense against Lawrence.
St. John's Prep
Tom McOsker barking signals on Thanksgiving morning, his last
appearance as a Riddickman.
Chet Szablak (79) and Ken Cregg (63), outstanding lineman of the
season, and outstanding lineman of the homecoming game with
Row 1: Jim Mellen, Jack Rogers, Ken Cregg. Barry Lewis, Tom McOsker, Greg Noonan, Larry Rocha, Ed. Choate, Chet Szablak, Joe
Slattery How 2: Neil Murphy, Mark Byrne, Bill Rawnsley, Tom Fleming, Ted Mellen, Mark Walsh, Bill Furey, Bob Gormley, Ed Kulis.
Row 3 Dean Garrett, Tom Sager, Jim Green, Bob Maniatis, Jim Pearson, Bill Gikas, Steve Nicholaides, Jim Molloy, Atmire Bailey. Row
4. Tom Neville, Keith Ryan, Ed Dumont, Fred Hamel, Dennis Robertson, Bill Murphy, Gary Desmond, Issa Ansara, Marc Geoffroy, Mike
Bernard. Row 5: Neil King, Bill McQuiade, Mike Moloney, Dave Geddes.
Coach Mike Crowley's boys couldn't wait un-
til the Tech Tourney to play top notch clubs:
they faced seven tourney teams in regular sea-
son competition. While all eleven losses were
suffered to these teams, the Red and Gray swept
its eight games with five lower-rated schools.
Co-captain Tim Bassett headed the well-bal-
anced scoring stats with 244 points. Steve Crea-
mer and Paul Makiej also cleared the 200 point
mark. Guards Al Dennis and Co-captain Steve
Callahan and rebounders Mike McMullen and
Dan Rogers supplied the remaining offense. This
year's team could have won the Merrimack Val-
ley Conference title, or placed high in the great-
er-Boston League standings; but, unfortunately,
L.H.S. was forced once again to play basketball
without the advantages of a league affiliation. As
an independent, Lowell challenged the state's
best clubs and finished the campaign at .500.
Paul Makiej eludes his Peabody opponent for an easy lay-up.
Row 1: Greg Thomas, Mark Sullivan, Co-captain Tim Bassett, Co-captain Steve Callahan, Al Dennis, Mark Stanley. Row 2: Coach
Crowley, Mike Hayes, Paul Makiej, Matt McCafferty, Joe Nangle, Tim Lyons, Mike McMullen, Steve Creamer, Dan Rogers, Assistant
Center Tim Lyons applies a press in a game with
aptain Steve Callahan drives to the basket for two points.
Right: Starters Tom Graham and Ken O'Neil lead the team in warm-ups.
Below: Tom Tetreault (6) and John Miller (8) help Goalie Bob Kelleher protect
the Lowell net.
Captain John Miller reverse? while Goalie Rick Stec observes the action.
How 1 Phil Richards Mike Gallagher, Gary Desmond John Curseaden, Matt King. Row 2: Bob Kelleher, Ken O'Neil, Captain John
Miller Tom Tetreault, Jim Donovan, John Gallagher, Jim Tully. Row 3: Coach Ed Sullivan, Rick Couillard, Dan Frawley, Tom Graham,
Mike Campbell. John Lawrence. Al Millinazo, Dan Boucher, Neil Murphy, Joe Sweeney, Coach Russell and Coach Vagos.
On March 1st, 1975, the Lowell High wrestling
team, trained by Coach George Bossi, for the sec-
ond time in three years clinched the top honors in
the New England wrestling meet at Wayland High
School. A week earlier in Brockton, L.H.S. out-
distanced their host Boxers to win their third con-
secutive state mat tide. Tri-captains Bill Furey,
George Kacavas, and Earle McQuaide swept first
place in their weight divisions in the Northern
Sectionals, and the State and New England Tour-
naments. Bill Rawnsley placed second statewide.
Joining the above Raiders with Greater Lowell
championships were teammates Dave Hopler, Mike
Dillon, and Damon Demas. Kacavas was further
honored with the Massachusetts' Outstanding
Wrestler of the Year award, while George Bossi
was cited as the state's Coach of the Year.
Tri-captain Earle McQuaide, the New England Champ of 154 pounds,
finishes a headlock.
Row 1: Ed Saba, Tri-captain Earle McQuaide, Tri-captain Bill Furey, Tri-captain George Kacavas, Dave Hopler, Mike Dillon,
Dennis Levasseur. Row 2: Coach George Bossi, Dave Quigley, Tom Sager, Bill McQuaide, Barry Lewis, Bill Rawnsley, Damon
Demas, Dennis Robinson, Brian McMahon.
Hamilton- We nham
Tri-captain Bill Furey, New England Champ of 147 pounds, runs an armbar for a pin.
Tri-captain George Kacavas. New England Champ at 107 pounds, in a rare
moment - on the defensive.
Tom McOsker hands the baton to Co-captain Mark Robbins in the quarter mile relay
qualifying for state competition.
Javelin thrower Larry Rocha also doubled in low and
Row l: Mark Johnson Joe Quinlan, Tom Kenny, Henry Landry, Dave Caisse, Ed Kulis (in front of Ed is Erik Nelson), Pete Callery Jim
TuUy, John O Donnell, Bob Jarek, Phil Myer. Row 2: Coach John Lang, Coach Walter Nelson, Tom McOsker, Peter Cricones Mark
Sullivan, ^-captain Tom Fteming, Co-captain Mark Robbins, Seth Levy, Larry Rocha, Larry McLaughlin, Brian Grady, Norman
Geoffrey Coach Patrick McMahon. Row 3: Neil Murphy, BUI Conant, Atmire Bailey, Bob Abbacunas, Jimmy Fleming, Dave Levy, Dave
Martin, Jim Molloy, Angelo Karabatsos, Doug Mostrom.
Mark Sullivan enroute to first honors in the high
Coach John Lang spent the autumn of '74
rebuilding his cross country team, which was
led by its lone senior member, Tom McCabe.
During a winter of no dual meets, the hearty
faithful ran in all kinds of inclement weather
on Centralville's hilly First Street. Come
Spring, though, everything fell into place as
the Raiders fashioned a 3-5 mark. Tom Flem-
ing and Tom McOsker each contributed a
triple win performance on separate occasions.
The quarter mile relay squad, consisting of
McOsker, Mark Robbins, Neil Murphy, and Ed
Kulis, qualified for state competition. Larry
Rocha overcame an aggravating football in-
jury to fill his role, not only as the top L.H.S.
low and high hurdler, but also as a respect-
able 'rookie' javelin thrower.
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The rebuilding cross country squad breaks into the winning column as they handily
defeat Lawrence Yoke at Shedd Park.
.plain Tom Fleming - 1st in the half mile.
Donna Grenier, Kathy Geddes, and Julie Carignan demonstrate their winning forehands.
Kneeling: Kathy Geddes, Julie Carignan, Denise Sevigny, Donna Grenier, Philomena Reid. Standing: Coach Dennis Krysiak, Karen
Tenczar, Kathy McCalL Sandy Anderson, Cheryl Bolis, Cheryl Silver, Elinor Sullivan, Brenda Grappi, Janice Carroll, Mandy Hancock,
Marlene O'Brien, Michelle O'Brien.
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Above: Chris Perron, winner of the all-state 80 yard hurdles championship and
the N.E.A.A.U. 100 yard hurdles championship, easily outdistances her closest
rival. Upper left: Diedre Conway and Doreen McMahon take a break between
events. Left: Cathy Cross winds up for a discus throw.
isa Clay, Maria McCullough, Sue LeDuc, MaryLou DaSilva, Michelle Bissett, Cathy Furey. Row 2: Ann McLaughlin, Cathy
olleen Conlin, Barbara Geddes, Doreen McMahon, Liz Callahan. Row 3: Lisa McNiff, Jennie Janeiro, Kathy Thomas, Laureen
Daugherty, Deidre Conway, Judy McMahon, Chris Perron, Mrs. Nelson.
Seniors John Moriarty, John Miller, and Mark Sullivan
were aided by a surprising sophomore, Joe Sweeney, dur-
ing Lowell's 1975 golf season. These Raiders surpassed
Coach Petros' expectations for a rebuilding year when they
earned a 9-5 record on a schedule which included a few
Greater-Boston schools plus neighboring Merrimac Valley
Mark Sullivan on the green.
Matt King '77 and Co-captain John Miller size up a putt.
Coach Joseph Petros, Charles Donahue, Gary Finneral, Joe Sweeney, Co-captain John Moriarty, Mark Sullivan, Steve Poremba, Al
Milinazzo, Matt King, Robert Phaneuf.
The 1975 boys' tennis team recorded a 10-3 regular
season ledger with a predominantly underclassmen
squad. Lowell then entered the Eastern Massachusetts
Tournament, but was ousted in the opening round by an
older Coyle-Cassidy club. The lone senior was Mike
O'Malley, who played first doubles with junior Mike
Hickey. Another junior, Captain Mike Casey, weathered
the season undefeated with a perfect 15-0 mark.
Senior Mike O'Malley delivers a "cannon-ball" serve.
Captain Mike Casey delivers a topspin forehand.
Row V Mike Gallagher, Doug Parigian, Dave Hickey, Mike Hickey, Paul Laferierre. Row 2: Coach Scott Davis, John Mitchell, Mark
Lafrenniere, Mike O'Malley, Captain Mike Casey, Ken Goodman, Bill Hamilton, Kevin Brodeur.
The spring of 1975 saw Coach Skaff rebuilding his baseball
team with only these seniors on his roster: Captain and 3rd
baseman Jim McHale, outfielders Matt McCafferty and Dan
Zabbo, and pitchers Mike McMullen and Dan Rogers. After
its record was raised to 4-3 by Bob Kenney's second straight
win — a 4-0 shutout of Somerville — the Red and Gray was
dealt a severe set-back for a winning season when this
undefeated pitcher became unavailable for the rest of the
year from an arm injury. Mark Byrne and Steve Creamer,
both undergraduates, batted .400 and .303 respectively, while
Matt McCafferty hit at a .286 clip.
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Captain Jim McHale flanked by coaches Cunha and Skaff.
Senior Steve Santos on the alert. ,
Row 1: Dan Zabbo, Steve Santos, Jim McHale, Dan Chartier. Row 2: Asst. Coach George Cuhna, John McHale, Mike Campbell, Matt
McCafferty, Mike McMullen, Tim Bassett, Dan Rogers, Jim Michaud, Scott Jangraw, and Coach Mike Skaff.
Bob St. Sauveur on the rings.
Larry McLaughlin in the air.
Row 1: Tony Mennella, Robert St. Sauveur, Pat Mical, Larry McLaughlin, John Croteau, George Rushton. Row 2: Coach Vagos, Paul
Lupien, Wally Chicoine, Mark Hood, Mark Giroux.
Lake Whalom Trip
(Photos by Richard Wedge)
Above: Donna Martell finds a new friend. Below: Ken Rousseau sees
himself in a new light.
Upper left: Estelle Peters demonstrates her driver ed skills. Center left:
"We really ought to give up this drinking." Lower left: "Is it too late to get
off??" Above: "Wheeeee!" Below: Watching the world go round.
The Senior Prom
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Above: Adding dignity and graciousness to the festive occasion are L.H.S. Master, Stanley J.
Stoklosa; his wife, School Committeewoman Kathryn Philbin Stoklosa; and School
Committeeman Clement Gregory McDonough.
Opposite: Mary Ann McMahon and Phil Therriault join in a spirited rendition of a L.H.S.
favorite, "The Hully Gully."
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Above left: Randy Jay, President of the class of '75 presents the class gift. Above:
Valedictorian Marcia E. Hardy speaks on the influence of music on life.
796 Receive Diplomas
On June 11, 1975, 796 seniors graduated
during traditional ceremonies at Memorial
George D. Kouloheras, Vice Chairman of
the Lowell School Committee, awarded diplo-
mas and Superintendent of Schools Earl
Sharfman presented the honors, including the
coveted Carney Medals, which go to the three
highest ranking boys and the three highest
ranking girls in the senior class.
The invocation for the graduation exercise
was delivered by the Very Rev. Walter B.
Sullivan, O.P., P.G., while Capt. Merle R. Mill-
er of the Salvation Army concluded the cere-
monies with his benediction.
Supt. Sharfman presents the Lowell Boston College Club Prize to Richard Hayes for
excellence in Latin.
Dr Sh.irfm.rn oonpattllatei this year's recipients of the Carney Medals: Starr Betses, Marcia Hardy, Carolyn Greene, Harry
AflMtopouloa Steve Demetriou and Arthur Michailides.
HONORS AND AWARDS
The Franklin E. Johnson Book Prize for
excellence in English went to Carolyn J.
Greene; Lowell Boston College Club Prize for
Latin, to Richard Hayes; Alliance Francaise
Prize for French, to Starr Betses; High School
Alumni Association Prize for math to Carolyn
J. Green; Alice F. D. Pearson Medals for busi-
ness education, to Mary Jo Cameron (secretar-
ial division) and Kenneth O'Neil (accounting
Division) and the Margaret E. White Memorial
Scholarship went to Jody L. Masse.
Perfect Attendance Awards were given to
Patricia Biron, Ralph DePrenda, Stephen
McCarron and Mark Parlee.
Hutl T AMitopouloi delivers bis Salutatory Address.
During the ceremonies, honorable mention
was made of those who attained a scholar-
ship rank of 90 percent: David Barrett, Ralph
DePrenda, Kevin Grady, Daniel Leavitt, James
McCarron, Thomas McOsker, Mark Parlee, Mark
Robbins, Ron Sutphen, Chester Szablak, Ronald
Tye, John Walsh, Mary Jo Cameron, Juliette Ca-
rignan, Eileen Coleman, Elizabeth Donnelly,
Jeanne Dupont, Susan Fitzsimmons, Leslie Gal-
vao, Denise Hillery, Kathy Hoar, Carol Jan-
kowski, Rosemary Kelleher, Ellen King, Jacquel-
ine Lee, Mary Ann Oczkowski, Elaine O'Donnell,
Brenda Oliver. Paula Reno, Denise Sevigny, Ber-
nice Teague, and Cynthia Wolff.
Standing Ovation Accorded Headmaster
by his Last Graduating Class
Of the many tributes that have been accorded
retiring Headmaster Sullivan recently, certainly
one of the most significant was the standing
ovation given him by the members of the gradu-
ating class of 1975 and their parents at com-
mencement exercises on June 11. The feelings
expressed by these 796 graduates are symbolic
of the feelings shared by the more than 30,000
graduates who have been educated at Lowell
High School during Mr. Sullivan's career.
Grady Mulligan, Class of 1976, sings a farewell tribute of special
significance to Headmaster Sullivan, "I Did It My Way."
Look ahead and face the future,
Have faith in God.
Knowledge Jets your freedom grow.
— Kathleen Greene
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