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Show Hide text for 1984 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 288 of the 1984 volume: “ DRACLE '84 Abington Senior High School Abington, PennsylvaniaCreative .........Page 96 Seniors ..........Page 114 Clubs ............Page 188 Underclassmen .Page 236No longer 4'9 . ‘Is he looking this way? I'm a peroxide baby. . . . And you can eat it too!!Kirk Van Braufman, III. 1984??I Custer's last stand. Here we are, but where are the cute guys? All shapes and sizes available. It's the jaun!And the best dressed award goes to . . . . they call this senior work?? Get off my foot! Look out, Mr. T! Class couple. You put what in this?' 12Coke oJAfijito... everything nice Now can I have an 'A'? Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side.” The afternoon sugar fix. Return to the sixites.F ABINGTON BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS 20 RI: Mrs. Muriel Alt, Mrs. Adele Block, President; Mrs. Elaine Shay, Mrs. Bonnie Durphy. RII: Mr. Richard Holloway, Dr. Leonard Rosenfeld, Dr. Melvin McMaster, Vice-President; Mr. Peter Dreifus, Dr. George Manaker. Dr. Charles Grottenthaler, SuperintendentABINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL i! Dear Seniors: New experiences may be beneficial and pleasant or harmful and disappointing, but they are almost always interesting. Each of us, in one way or another, has taken part in a new experience this year, an experience called reorganization. In September Abington Senior High School became a three-grade school, and two of the three grades were new to the building. Many difficulties could have developed, but they did not because you were cooperative and willing to do your part to maintain the high standards and traditions of the school. Owing to your attitudes and your efforts and the hard work of many people, our new experience was good; and our part in the reorganization was carried out smoothly and with little difficulty. As you leave us now, each of you is facing a reorganization of your own life, perhaps the first of many. New experiences await you, carrying with them both triumphs and pitfalls. Your parents and your teachers have worked hard to prepare you to meet the challenges which you must face alone. We hope that you will be successful and that all of your personal reorganizations will be as smooth and successful as the one we have experienced together this year. Good Luck, The Administration Norman W. SchmidASSISTANT PRINCIPALS William Lucian f And you think you're going to get away with that?” •« - ij Jr a G. Donnon McGinley 22GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT John H. Althouse Chairman Mahlene Lee Lenore Leonard Kathryn 1. Holgate Joseph Bracken Samuel McNaught School Psychologist The major task facing the Guidance Department involves helping potential graduates make decisions about the next big step in their lives. This can include everything from employment to further education. As a result, the counseling staff utilizes both group and individual contacts with students and their parents to develop awareness about current and projected changes in the labor market, career fields, educational and training outlets, and financial aid resources available to a student. A number of information systems are available to students as resources in making decisions about the future. These include the English III career development program, evening seminars for parents and lunch hour group sessions for students. In addition, the VICS computer information system and the PREVIEW LRN Video Cassette libraries represent two of the more recent additions to a growing list of resource systems. Other information channels include handouts, bulletin boards, the Guidance Newsletter, visits by school and college representatives, and the vertical hanging files that contain school and career information.ENGLISH DEPARTMENT James Girodano Chairman Gerald Alpaugh Ted J. Weiner Eileen Foley Thomas J. Connor Dr. Robert M. Burt 24Dr. Nicholas Alexander Charles E. Schneller Robert 1. Winters The Abington High School English Department is in the process of implementing a new literary sequence, one that should be of great interest to Abington students. English II will focus on American Literature with such required writers as Hawthorne, Emerson, Steinbeck, and Hemingway. English III will concentrate on British Literature with such required writers as Chaucer, Shakespeare, Conrad, and Golding. English IV will emphasize World Literature, a new course that will present some of the world's greatest writers: Sophocles, Dante, Dostoyevski, Flaubert. The new literary sequence will be phased in over a period of three years. All of the above courses continue the in-depth study of composition, grammer, and vocabulary. In addition to the required program, the English Department offers the foiling electives: Acting, Creative Writing, Debate, English Composition, Ethnic Literature, Journalism, Public Speaking, Radio-TV Workshop, and Theatre Production. Dwight W. Good Rosemary I. Tobin Millicent Neff Phillip J. Smith Patricia A. CorcoranSOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Dr. J. Robert Rorison Chairman Steven Stewart The special purpose of social studies is citizen education and the civic learning of each individual. Abington has as its goal the development of a contributing and productive individual possessing self awareness, knowledge, skills, and a sense of responsibility. The World Civilization II program in Grade 10 focuses on the nations of the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America in their geographical, historical and cultural setting. The American Studies program in Grades 11 and 12 presents an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the United States. It encompasses the history, the governmental structure, and the economic, social, and cultural development of our country from colonial times to the present. In addition elective courses are offered in Afro-American History, Anthropology, European History, Minority Groups in the United States, Psychology and Sociology. 27Nancy McHughREADING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS Sally A. Beothy C. Michael Beagle Barry Rich Carrie Jones Shelia D. Allen Kathleen M. Malloy The EMR program has been designed to prepare students both socially and vocationally for life when they leave Abington High School. Emphasis is placed on mastering practical skills in such academic areas as English, Mathematics and Social Studies. An integral part of the program s the Work Study experience in which students have the opportunity to apply for and work on various jobs for a part of the school day. Under school district supervision, learning first hand about the world of work has become a valuable extension of the classroom. Students leave the EMR program ready to become independent and productive members of the adult community. Since education in today's world revolves around the ability to read, many students are eager to improve their reading skills. The Reading program at Abington Senior High School makes available to receptive students a Reading Skills course, a Developmental Reading Skills course, and individual Reading Clinic appointments. Emphasis is placed upon reading comprehension, vocabulary development, textbook study techniques, note and test-taking procedures, preparation for College Boards and rapid reading skills. The challanges of the future require that each person be responsible for improved understanding through improved reading ability. 30BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Robert C. Miller Chairman ft Beatrice R. Barrett Ruth Weinstein Ray Reber David W. Schramm Ruth A. Fechter Government and industry continue to report a shortage of well-trained secretaries, clerks, and data processing personnel in all parts of the country. To help alleviate this problem the Business Department offers a course in Word Processing, has upgraded the Office Procedures courses to include instruction in word processing and the use of memory typewriters, and has added a new word processor and several computer terminals in the word processing lab. This equipment is available to all students in the department and will prove helpful in the study of Accounting, Management, and Record Keeping as well as the secretarial field. Office careers today offer more opportunities for an interesting and satisfying career than ever before. The Business Department stands willing and able to help prepare students for well-paying jobs in the business world, or for entrance into degree granting institutions of higher learning specializing in various business occupations. 31 Bronko PrisutaLANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Carole M. Michaels Donald Albert William A. Black Chairman 4 Eileen M. Cawley Vincent A. Pezzullo 32 The Foreign Language Department has been expanded this year because of the addition of the Sophmore Class. Teaching Spanish with Mrs. Galshack and Mr. Black are Mr. Albert, Miss Day, and Miss Shapiro. In French Mrs. Cawley and Mrs. Carole Michaels are joined by Miss Schlanger who has returned from sabbatical leave. The German classes are aptly taught by Mrs. Stefanelli and the Latin and Italian instructor is Mr. Pezzullo. Besides sponsoring many active clubs, the Foreign Language Department has changed its annual Mardi Gras celebration to an International Costumed Dinner Party with foods and drinks representiong the many different cultures studied.MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Rodney Rathbun Miska Mechlowitz Martin F. Hubley Chairman Brian Reiff John M. Mirsch H. Russell Pittman 34Jeffrey Miller Howard Boyer Raymond A. Rauenzahn Elaine B. Shaffer Society leans more and more heavily on science and technology. Hence, the number of citizens skilled in mathematics must be greatly increased. Also, an understanding of the role of mathematics in our society is now a prerequisite for intelligent citizenship. To meet these needs all courses in the Mathematics Department are organized and taught so as to provide the students with a background that permits the continued study of mathematics. The department offers an honors program, a regular college preparatory sequence, and courses in basic skills for non-college bound students. In addition, special esectives are offered in Advanced Placement Calculus, Advanced Placement Computer Science, Computer Programming, and Practical Mathematics. James DetweilerSCIENCE DEPARTMENT Frederick W. Fisher Chairman Samuel P. Roeder William R. Thrush Ovj H. Samuel Stewart Sally A. VonMeyer 36 What did you just say??”William Manogg The Science department is an interaction of the physical and biological disciplines. It ranges from the required basics of Earth and Space science and Biology to Advanced Placement courses. Intermediary interests include practical and physical sciences and Advanced Biology. Courses are also available in Chemistry and Physics. Advanced Placement college-level courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics are offered, too. Except for Biology, courses are entirely elective. Such courses are designed to further the science knowledge of those students aspiring to attend college. Special interest courses are offered in Aerospace Science and Ecology. 37MUSIC DEPARTMENT The Music Department offers a varied elective program that is an integral part of the school curriculum. Scheduled classes include Choir, Madrigals, Band, Orchestra, Piano with an electronic piano lab, small group instrumental instruction, and many other courses. Students may also participate in after-school activities including Marching Band, the Musical, district, regional, and state festivals. The staff is experienced, talented, and dedicated to providing meaningful and varied musical experiences for the number of students enrolled in the program. Joseph Mauro Richard AmarosoART DEPARTMENT IT aim Edwin Nagel Chairman Gary Sproesser The Art program consists of courses available to both career-minded students and avocational-minded students. The major areas dealt with are painting, sculpture, drawing and graphics. The history of western art is also taught for the college bound student. These art experiences should result in a broadening of a student's visual perceptions. Quiet, please. Artist at work. 39HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT The Home Econmics department has valuable information to offer every student. All of us need good diets to stay healthy; we must select and care for the clothing we wear, and we live in some type of home that is furnished. Most of us live in families and sooner or later establish our own families. Hopefully we all have resources, time money, and energy, to manage and therefore need to become good consumers. Nine different courses are available to help young adults organize everyday living in such a way that there will be time to include the more exciting thing in life. Maryland Wanck Ellen B. Fonda William Volp Steven Mandes Leland S. McNutt Chairman Gary Jackson The Industrial Arts program houses three areas of exploration: wood and plastic, cold metal and power metal, and mechanical and architectural drawing. These courses may be taken in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades and provisions are made for beginning students. Students enter the Industrial Arts field to have a change in their daily schedule, to learn the skills and experiences offered, and to acquire basic and advanced techniques in their chosen area of endeavor. Additional courses are being considered, and a new course offering this year is Electricity and Electronics.LIBRARIANS Ruth Focht Janet Simon The library at Abington High School can be an invaluable source of information for students. In addition to thousands of books and a variety of magazines and audiovisual materials, the library can also provide college and career information through VICS, a computer terminal located in the library. The libraries are always glad to direct students towards wanted information. The library is housed in two locations this year, the main library and the library annex, to accommodate the extensive book collections. It is conveniently open for students from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This enables strdents to use its facilities before school and after school, as well as during free periods. A student can use a student identification card to sign out books. HEALTH SUITE Jean KortrightPHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Raymond A. Coleman Chairman Richard Koch Douglas Moister Joseph Jurich Carlotta Schaffer Thomas M. MairsRobert Schneck Today's physical education is an organized, planned co-educational program providing all students with the opportunity to select from a wide variety of course offerings. These selections are made from a number of physical education, aquatic, and alternative activities. Continuous effort is being made for total student participation, including students with medical modifications. Through these selections the students can enrich their physical wellbeing, become aware of their own abilities, formulate interests for better use of leisure hours, develop knowledge and skills in a variety of activities, and better appreciate the appreciate the enjoyment and satisfication of physical movement. All these needs culminate to provide the students with a favorable attitude toward active participation. Kathe L. Grebe 43SECRETARIES Row 1: Mrs. Virginia G. Shakarjian, Mrs. Frances Collins, Mrs. Nancy Woodcock, Mrs. Cass O'Donohue, Mrs. Marie Shear, Mrs. Betty Maurer. Row 2: Mrs. Vera O'Neill, Ms. Peggy Stewart, Mrs. Elva Manton, Mrs. Nancy Shepherd, Mrs. Edna Gilly, Mrs. Faith Chamberlin, Mrs. Janet Eakle. Not Pictured: Mrs. Janet French. HALL MONITORS Mrs. Elizabeth M. Hagerty Mrs. Janet Piunti Mrs. Jean Schumann 44CAFETERIA AIDES Row 1: Ann Naylor, Harriet Biletz, Nancy Borkowski, Genevieve Parrish, Patrican Schroeder, Anne Hessenthaler, Lurrene Salkad Manaoer; Irma Shivers, Row 2: Nellma Frank, Maire McGough, Stella Cuprys, Karen Skaski, Margaret Applegate, Bill Manimen, MaryAnn Zatavseki, Antionette Difilippo Not Pictured: Margaret Herman, Hattie Padden, Rita Derricks, Dorothy Panulla, Jaon Anthony, Joan Shortall, Veronica Maler, Eleanor Tasher, Lois Hollars, Florence Cironse 45 Mrs. Catherine D'Elia Mrs. Frances Cristaldir 50 Pass the Ban de Soleil.'FOOTBALL The 1983-84 Abington Football season began very positively after an undefeated pre-season. However, the Ghosts slipped in the middle of the season to lose three crucial games to Pennsbury, Council Rock, and William Tennent. Abington did not let these losses cripple them. The Ghosts came back with a strong closing effort to defeat arch rivals Norristown and Cheltenham. Abington finished its season with an impressive 8-3 record. However, it was not quite enough to gain the championship. The Ghosts' fine season was the result of a tremendous team effort. Running back John Stone broke the all time school rushing record and was five yards short of the all time, all area rushing record. Stone's record was made possible by blocking help from fellow backs Hays Johnson and Keith Mundel. The offensive line did a superb job and as a result Steve Wilkins and Pete Lempa made First Team for the All Star Game. Bob Helm set a school record with sixteen career interceptions. The defensive team's aggressive pass rushes and agile maneuvers aided Abington to its eight wins, three of which were shut-outs. M.V.P. trophies were awarded to John Stone for offensive back, Andy Sykes for offensive line, Bruce Strunk for defensive line, and Bob Helm for offensive back. The season would not have been a success without the support and participation of the rest of the team. Coach Moister is looking forward to next year's season. This year's sophomores are promising and several junior lettermen are returning. Row ]: K. Mundell, F. Ellon. R. Dinkins, A. Riemenschneider, S. Wilkins. A. Sykes, J. Podwil, E. Leitman. Row 2: 1., Stone, B. Strunk. J. Stone, J. J Joseph. J. Berg, P. Lempa, M. Zucker, J. Vagnoni Row 3: V. Dennis, F. Harris, T. Cottom, T. Croxton, J. D'Elia, H. Johnson, G. Pinder. C. Griffin, D. Farrell, G. Owens, Row 4: P. Armstrong, J. Romero. J, Crawford. R. Grasty, N. Farrell, B. Helm, J. Brennan, M. Kind, N. Washington, H. Moon, E. Ellis, B. Freeman, B. Markiwiez, J. Barbella, R. Siani, D. Lee, E. Wurster. Row 6: R. Johnson, B. Strange, M. Jones, D. Johnson, M. Strunk, T. Mancini. C. DiPasquale, E. Bucksar, J. Casey Row 7: J. Furlow, R. Krinn, M. Collins. B. Beebee, T. Hack, M. Gallagher, M. Shenk, L. Faison. Bob Roman, “Doc Jurich, Russ Mitchell, Head Coach Moister, C. J. Allendorfer, Dave Torresani, Nick Wank 52FIELD HOCKEY Abington's Field Hockey team had a superb season with a league record of 12-2, led by Captains Mar-nie Christian and Mandy Chamberlin. The varsity team was coached by Miss Grebe and the JV team by Miss Misko. The team will be losing many valuable seniors but will be looking forward to the return of many promising underclassmen such as Tina Lotz, Natalie Wilson and Kristi Wilkinson. Mandy Chamberlin, Mamie Christian, and Pam Astbury made First Team-All Suburban; Nancy Treese and Patty Enright made Second Team-All Suburban; and Honorable Mention was given to Kristi Wilkinson. The varsity team tied for first place with Neshaminy, but lost 1-0 in the play off. Abington's Field Hockey team finished second in the Suburban One National and went to district play offs against West Chester East. Row 1: D. Mulkewcyz. N. Gardiner, D. Lotz. S. Okamoto, L. Malloy, M. Christian, Capt; M. Chamberlin. Capt; S. Herrmann, M. Tompkins, C. Freed. Row 2: B. Seiter, K. Rambo, K. Hunter, C. Schuman, C. Shakarjian, K. Wildmson. G. Gelman, S. Timbers, R. Sommerfeld, A. Tress, C. Bardol. J. Ranck, V. Griet, S. Schramm, N. Wilson, T. Lotz. S. Ritter, B. Sitasz, Mgr. Row 3: V. Reynolds, K. McFadden, M. Fitzpatrick, K. Demarco, A. Russell, D. Sykes, I. Stoddard, D. Zappin, S. Herrmann, L. Wachinski, T. Traynor, A. Crimian, C. Zygmont, L. Crimian, N. Treese, P. Enright, L. Kalbfleisch, P. Astbury, Coach K. Grebe. I've got it! Now what do I do?” 56 A light! A light!” Lay oil! This babe is mine.” 57 Ummm! There goes the lootball team!” BOYS SOCCER The Abington Soccer team had another excellent season, placing second in the Suburban One National Conference League. The team was led by Coach Ken Cooper and Assistant Coach Mike Comi. This year's offense was led by Chris Shenk, the Captain of the team, with 13 goals and 9 assists. Other leading scorers were seniors, Reno Bucca-furi and Ross Podell; and juniors, David Halloway and Ed Lombard. The team had an excellent season, winning against Neshaminy with a score of 2-1 for second place and a play-off spot. The season ended with a disappointing loss against Upper Merion in the District One Play-off. Coach Cooper looks forward to another great season with leading underclassmen David Hollaway and Ed Lombard. Row 1: E. Lombard, I. Ripley, R. Podell, C. Shenk. Capt; J. Maranucci. J. lasper. Row 2: W. Wall, Mqr; L. , Finkelstem. M. Yamotf, D. Holloway. C. Bisacqumo, M. Rosenfeld. M. Treacy. D. Sanlora, S. Tompkins, R. Lillig. Row 3: Coach Cooper, T. D Ambrosio. A. Tress, E. Metz, M. Riley, G. Cassidy. P. Early, R. Schmitt, 1 B. List, R. Buccaluri, Asst. Coach Gomi. Heads up play. Intense detense.59 Mike Treacy studies the defense.GIRLS TENNIS Although the Girls Tennis team lost three top senior members from last year, with the coaching of Miss Lemcke and Miss Foley, they placed third in the Suburban One National Conference League. Ellen Frank, Captain of the team, paired with Barbara Rauch and placed third in the Suburban One Doubles Championship. Senior Lauren Koff and partner Meredith Bass had an undefeated season. Senior Faith Koche and partner Cheryl Greenblatt also had an outstanding season with one loss, and placed in the First All League team. The team had much success and is looking forward to an even better season next year with promising returning members Barbara Rauch, Rayna Cohen, Lorey Schwartz, and Cheryl Greenblatt. Row 1: R. Cohen, B. Rauch, L. Schwartz, C, Greenblatt, E. Frank, Capt; K. Shubin, L. Speigel, F. Koche, L. Kofi, M. Bass. Row 2: Coach Lemcke, Asst. Coach Foley, C. Rosenbaum, Mgr; B. Kruysmck, S. Okabayashi. I. Wolte. S. Palacio, M. Krasick, L. Lorch, L. Compter. 1 hope I'm doing this right' I hope Lemcke's watching.Rayna in action. Kill that X?!X! 61GOLF The Golf team finished its season with a record of 4-6-1. This year's top player was sophomore Brian McGrath with a seasonal average of 38.8. Other valuable team members were Jim Fiorillo with an amazing 40.8 average and Debbie Silverberg with a 41.0 average. Debbie Silverberg received special honors for placing first in Girls District I and sixth in the PIAA State Championship. As the only girl on the Golf team, Debbie placed third highest out of the total nine members. On the whole, the Golf team faired extremely well. The prospects for next year are just as good because, of the nine players, Jim Fiorillo is the only graduate. 62 Row 1: S. Phillips, D. Silverberg, B. Gamburg, J. Fiorillo. Row 2: Coach Schneller, R. Maxwell, S. Gallant, B. McGrath, B. Dubrow, C. Walsh. Hit the ball, not the leaf! Keep your eye on the ball. What form! Maybe one will go in. “Please go in! Debbie Silverberg: Sixth P.I.A.A. State Championship-Girls.BOYS CROSS COUNTRY The Boys Cross Country team placed a phenomonal third place in the Suburban One Championship. Two outstanding contributors to this Abington team are Tom Moore and Captain, Mike Conway. Coach Grande and Assistant Coach Flint aided runners in strenuous and diligent training to compile a 5-5 record. This is a record which combined senior as well as underclassman talents. Next year's prospects seem auspicious, for this year's juniors demonstrated great talent. Their individual statistics prove to be magnificent. Such juniors as Mike Conway, Tom Moore, and Tom Sexton possess inherent talent for running. Only two seniors, John Hagan and Jamie Morrison, participated on the team this year. Row 1: R. Filaferro, J. Morrison, R. Zaslow, T. Asher, M. Conway, Capt; M. Waite. Row 2: Coach Grande, Asst. Coach Flint, S. Goldsmith, T. Moore, T. Sexton, S. Sexton, T. Greenwell. Eat your heart out. Rocky! I'd rather be sailing. 64Row 1: Lisa Mundy, R. Grenwell, H. Goldhaber, D. Greenwell. Row 2: Coach Grande, Leigh Mundy, Asst. Coach Flint, T. Green well, Mgr. Only 15 more miles to go! Last one there is a rotten egg. Wait ior me guys' GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY The Girls Cross Country team ended an outstanding season having compiled an overall record of 8-1 led by Coach Grande, Assistant Coach Flint, and team Captain Laurie Mundy. Comprised of a group of phenomenal members, the team came in second place in both the Suburban and District One Championships and placed fourth at the State Competition. Sophomore Hope Goldhaber, who placed second in the District One Championships, received high placement at States. Freshmen Rochelle and Don-yale Greenwell also enjoyed an excellent season with Rochelle placing fifth at States and Donyale tenth. Chosen to participate on the All League Selections second team were Leigh and Lisa Mundy, while sister Laurie Mundy received and Honorable Mention. If this type of showing results for a team without any seniors, in ensuing years only the best can be ex expected from this group of superstars. 65 67Boys Basketball The Abington High School Basketball team finished the season with a respectable 17 wins and 6 losses. The Ghosts finished 3rd in league play and entered the play-offs in March. The Ghosts were led by captains Junie Lewis and Marc Greenberg, who led the team in scoring and rebounding. The team was comprised of 9 seniors, 4 juniors, and 1 sophomore. The Ghosts have qualified for the state playoff's for 11 straight years. Thus far, they have defeated Strath-Haven and Plymouth Whitemarsh in two outstanding games. The final score of the Plymouth- Whitemarsh game was 57-46. Row 1: B. Seiter. D. Allen, W. Fitzgerald, M. Greenberg, E. Lewis, D. Greene, H. Burrell. Row 2: Coach Wilkinson, T. Hack, M. Yamoff, J. Bray, M. Barlow. J. Gaston, T. Grasty, J. Larson, Coach Weiner, Coach Torrezani. Row 1: A. Collins. J. Bowser, A. McCoy, J. Allen, C. Griffin. Row 2: Mr. Torrezani. E. Parsha, P. VanBuren, J. Dramond. J. Martin, E. Vaughn. B. Seiter, Coach Mr. Weiner.lunie at his best Marc Greenberg goes for the shot! Up and in! I got the little X!? 'Girls Basketball The Abington Girls Basketball team had an interesting season in 1983-1984. All 13 girls on the team coached by Mr. R. Koch and Mr. L. Martin were hard-working and put a great deal of effort into their practices. Although the practices rarely paid off on the scoreboard, the team deserved congratulations for their perseverance and good spirits. The team included seniors Mandy Chamberlain, Sharon Conley, Diane DiMassa, (co-capt.) and Lisa Tucker, (co-capt.) Statistics claim that this was an unsuccessful season for the Abington girls, but in their eyes, it was a worthwhile and enjoyable four months together. A special thank-you and good-bye come from the team to Mr. Koch as his years of coaching have come to a close. 72 Row 1: Coach Mr. R. Koch, S. Conley, Co-Captain D. DiMassa, Co-Captain L. Tucker. M. Chamberlin. Assistant Coach Mr. L. Martin. Row 2: R. Watts. B. Alexander. J. Bailey, S. Rowland. D. Butler, M. Peal. Row 3:1. Stoddard (Manager), K. McFadden, M. Fitzpatrick, A. Russell, L. Downey. C. Storiali (Manager). Myra Peale goes tor the shot. The springs in these shoes sure do help! 73Boys Swimming The Boys Varsity Swim Team finished its dual meet season with a 10-6 record. Senior Dan Krewson had the distinction of setting new school records in six of the eight individual swimming events. Led by Tri-Captains Chris Downey, Pat McManus, and Dan Krewson, the team further distinguished itself by winning more first and second place medals than any other team at the Suburban I Swimming Championships - a total of ten medals. The team plunged into the District I Championships where they placed sixth out of seventy-six teams. Abington simmers gualified in more State Championship events this year than in the past ten years; Dan Krewson and Chris Downey in three events each, Pat McManus in two events, and Andy Sykes in one event. The team says good-bye to their captains and seniors J. C. Frazier, Murray Liebman, Andy Philips, Andy Sykes, and Tom Vanvoorhees. The successes are to be carried over in the 1984-1985 season. Row 1: Assistant Coach Dr. Ronson, R. Strulson, L. Spector, E. Budman, R. Whitney. G Rosenleld. P. Perdy. S. Fink Row 2: Z. Faybien. R. Erwine, N. Berder, D. Baulee. D. Upson. D. JAstow Row 3: Diving Coach G. Strack, K. Thomas, J.C. Frazier. T. VanVorhees, C. Downey, D. Krewson, A. Sykes, P. McManus. A. Philips, M. Leibman, R. Whitney, C. Simmons, L. Walters, C. Turn, Coach T. Nyman 1 don't believe my eyes! 74GIRLS SWIMMING Girls' Swimming Team 1983-1984 The 1983-1984 season was very successful with 11 wins and 4 losses. Under the leadership of Chris Gannon, team captain, the majority of the team was made up of freshman with talent, spirit, and desire. The team placed second in the National Conference behind Council Rock. Highlights of the season were victories over Pennsbury, Methacton, and Upper Moreland. Leading point scorers were Jackie Jordon, Janet Thompkins, Dore Le-bean. Abington's swim team says hail and farewell with health, happiness and success to the following seniors: Chris Gannon, Michelle Bahls, Laura Maher, And Regina Fees. Row 1: C. Gluch, E. Hollin, M. Malarkey, B. Laumer, N. Gardner. K. Kemer, L. Podell. P. Truehart, Assistant Coach J. Fitzpatrick. Row 2: A. Spiegel, J. Strulson, L. Tribolett, I. Tompkins, J. Jordan, L. Reynolds, C. Maher, S. Eberz, J. McLeod, D. Lebeau. H. Safir. Row 3: Diving Coach G. Strack, D. Sykes, W. Watt, Captain C. Gannon, K. Pennekamp, Head Coach Doc Jurich, M. Bahls, R. Fees, B. Garbutt, L. Maher. Not pictured: Managers, J. Hoag. T. Strahle, A. Strahle. What lorm! 76 Hey, where'd the pool go?! 77Gymnastics Boys Gymnastics The Abington Boys Gymnastics program got off to a slow start this year after major vacancies were left by the graduating gymnasts from the 1983 team varsity team. However, with head coach Paul Sheriff and assistant coach Tony Pullman a new team of underclassmen and junior high enthusiasts, emerged. Due to the skill level of the returning gymnasts, the season was void of interschoolastic competition except for Distric Championships, Which were held at Glen Mills High School. Abington was represented by a strong David Cohen and Josh Harris on floor exercise and vault. Also representing Abington at the competition was Chris Kemer on side horse. Girls Gymnastics The Girls Gymnastics season looked promising despite the departures of long-time coach Alan Lusch and several talanted seniors from last year's team. New coaches Michele Ryan and Tina Smith combined with fresh underclassman talent raised hopes for a successful season. However, an injury-plagued season hampered aspirations and the team's record was not as successful as expected. Despite this disappointment, the season ended on a higher note with freshman Nicki Altman earning participation in Districts. Next year's team should remain well stocked with this kind of talented competitors since only two members were graduating seniors this year. Row 1: B. Dunn, D. Mclnnes, Coach Ryan, R. Malnati, S. Hilfer. Row 2: C. Shin. N. Altman, J. Connell, K. Wilkinson. A. Wainer. Nicki Altman reaches new heights. 78Chris Czerwonka making his man see the lights Tim Fitzgerald throwing in a power half Bruce Strunk working on his opponent’s legs ■iBoys Bowling Despite a slow start, the boys bowling team matured as the season progressed and finished with an overall record of 23-25. Highlights of the 1984 season included victories over Neshaminy and Bensalem, as well as a split with a tough Upper Dublin sguad. Erik Schmidt recorded the high average for the boys with a 170. Ed Boekel distinguished himself by winning the second place trophy in the scratch division at the Suburban 1 tournament. 82 Row ]: T. Lamphere. B. Hewish, T. Reese, E. Lombard, R. Lapham, J. Wordinger, C. Steckline, S. Thompson. Row 2: E. Schmidt, T. Russo, Mr. Kelly, Mrs. Fechter, M. Znak, E. Boekel, K. Carney, B. Silikovitz. “Maybe I'll get a strike it I walk it down the alley . You muscleman!Row 1: J. Parr, M. Staniszewski, K. Dawson. Row 2: S. Stuhltrager, J. Scarpello, P. Kistler, K. Yottey, Mrs. Fechter, K. Tunstall. Row 3: Mr. Kelly. Girls Bowling At the start of the season, it appeared that the girls bowling team faced a rebuilding year, with two freshmen in the line-up and inexperience in the other three starting positions. However, the ladies tied their first match with last year's defending co-champion, William Tennent, and then went on a rampage which saw them win 16 games in a row. The girls finished a surprising third in the league standings, only two games behind first-place Pennsbury. The girls' overall record was an impressive 39-8-1. Sue Stuhltrager was the high average for the 1984 Abington girls bowling squad. Watch your toot! 83GIRLS WINTER TRACK The Girls Winter Track Team experienced a successful season during winter competition. While team scores are not mentioned, individual runners did quite well. Rochelle and Danielle Greenwell qualified for the championship meet. Also joining the Greenwells in the mile relay were Mary-Lou Snyder and Sharlene Stallings. Coach Grande has hopes for another successful season in 1984-1985 with the return of many undergraduates. Row I: V. Ross. S. Stallings. S. Herman, C. Kia-Noury. K. Card. Row 2: L. Williams, J. Gudknecht, J. Castor. M. Howald, R. Greenwell. Row 3: Mr. Grande. Coach, D. McCall. T. Greenwell, S. Herman, D. Greenwell, M. Snyder. And they're oil! R I: M. Conway, S. Sextant, M. Rasdale, T. Asher R I: Assistant Coach George Balm, C. Faison, J. Stone, G. Plinder M. Marshall. C. Williams, Coach Mike Schaffer. M. Wright. T. Washington. I've got the whole world in my hands!'' BOYS WINTER TRACK Glen Pinder, a senior on the Winter Track Team at Abington Senior High School, is on his way to breaking the school record in the shot put. The 1972 graduate of Abington, Thommy Lacey, had made the record of 60 feet and Vi inches during his season on Spring Track. Glen has thrown 51 feet and 3 inches at the Lehigh meet, held on January 21. Glen Pinder has trained on track for two years. The first year, he threw 47 feet and lVi inches in the shot put and had come in third in the Suburban Championships last spring. This year he has achieved the status of first in this area and fifth in the Philadelphia area. Mike Schaeffer, Glen's Winter Track coach this year, feels that if Glen continues to train hard and progress, he'll easily qualify for State Championships in Spring Track. 85SPORTS STATISTICS ABINGTON FOOTBALL OPPONENT 20 Upper Dublin 7 6 Upper Merion 0 42 Academy Park 13 14 Council Rock 28 7 Pennsbury 20 34 Bensalem 0 7 William Tennent 29 35 Truman 0 17 Neshaminy 7 20 Norristown 7 34 Cheltenham 14 BOYS SOCCER ABINGTON OPPONENT 3 Upper Moreland 1 3 LaSalle 1 2 Council Rock 3 5 Truman 1 4 Bensalem 1 0 Neshaminy 2 1 William Tennent 3 2 C.B. West 5 2 Pennsbury 0 3 Norristown 0 6 Bensalem 1 3 Council Rock 1 8 Truman 0 3 Neshaminy 3 2 William Tennent 0 2 Pennsbury 0 2 Norristown 0 2 Neshaminy (Playoff) 1 0 Upper Merion (District 3 One Play-off 86 BOYS CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY ABINGTON OPPONENT ABINGTON OPPONENT 29 Cheltenham 26 23 Cheltenham 32 16 Dublin 43 16 Upper Dublin 43 15 Plymouth Whitemarsh 45 15 Plymouth Whitemarsh 45 28 William Tennent 29 25 William Tennent 30 17 Bensalem 38 19 Bensalem 36 26 Truman 29 19 Truman 37 31 Neshaminy 26 15 Neshaminy-Langhorne 45 28 Norristown 17 25 Pennsbury 40 35 Pennsbury 24 30 Council Rock 27 36 Council Rock 23 GIRLS TENNIS ABINGTON OPPONENT 7 Bensalem 0 3 Lower Moreland 4 6 Truman 1 4 Neshaminy 3 3 Pennsbury 4 6 Plymouth Whitemarsh 1 1 Council Rock 6 6 William Tennent 1 6 Upper Dublin 1 7 Norristown 0 6 Wissahickon 1 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Final Team Standings - February 25, 1984. TEAM WON LOST Army 6 3 Navy 8 1 Temple 7 2 Villanova 4 5 Notre Dame 4 5 Penn 3 6 UCLA 3 6 Princeton 1 8 Individual High Scorers - Season 1983-84 No. Player Team 1. Hayes Johnson Navy 1. Joe Stone Temple 2. Craig Bisacguino Penn 3. Tony Nash Army 4. Earl Cranshaw Temple 5. Joe O'Connor Notre Dame 6. Kevin Armwood Navy 7. Ricky Dinkins UCLA 8. Larry Faison Navy 9. Art Dixon Temple 10. Tony Burden Villanova The Saturday Afternoon Intramural Basketball League at Abington High School completed its thirtieth season under the direction of Mr. Charles E. Schneller. In 1953, when Mr. Schneller originated both the Varsity A Club and the Saturday Afternoon Intramural League, he never realized that over 3,000 boys would have participated in this successful program. In the championship game on February 25, 1984, the battle of the military service-named teams took place, with Army edging Navy, 110-107 in a well-played contest. Despite Hayes Johnson's 46 points, Navy could not overcome the balanced attack of Army. Captains John Stone (40 points) and Jim Vagnoni (10 points) led the attack with Tony Nash chipping in 43 big points. Row 1: J. Cornell, P. Heinman, A. Burden. Row 2: R. Grasty, M. Schummer, W. Saylor. Row 3: M. Block. K. Wagner. J. Winters. Row 1: M. Grasty. Row 2: B. McGettigan, S. Wilkins. S. Sharkey. Row 3: T. Moore, K. Cassidy. Row 4: G. Rosenleld, P. Coe. High scorers John Stone and Hayes Johnson.Row 1: R. Dinkens, C. Faison. Row 2: P. Traynor, C. Ross, J. Silverman. Row 3: J. Jasper. B. Helm, D. Bntchkow Row 1: J. Stone, J. Vaqnoni. Row 2: T. Leitch, M. Yulsman, J. Barbarella. Row 3: J. Saunders. R. Podell, T. Nash. Row 1: H. Johnson. K. Armwood. Row 2: E. Leitman. G. Cassidy. J. Neren-berq. Row 3: G. Judowski, L. Faison. W. Tolbert, J. Voqel. Row 1: C. Bisquiano. J. Joseph. Row 2: M. Clouse. B. Lowery, A. Boardman. Row 3: D. Holloway. L. Tomeo. B. Gleason Row 1: V. Parella. S. Gallant, J. Brennan. C. Lineman. Row 2: J. McDowell. M. Reilly. Row 3: J. O'Connor. Row 1: P. Searls, E. Crenshaw. J. Stone, A. Dixon. Row 2: D. Serell, A. Armstead. R. Silberstem. R. Zaslow, M. Rosenfeld.MARCHING BAND The Abinqton Marching Band, under Drum Majors Diane DiMassa and Jill Fields, had an extremely exciting season. The Ghosts' musical magic featured Latin Magic by Earl J. Fox, Jr. followed by George Gershwin's version of Swanee with soloists Tom McGonigle, Andy Abowitz and an ensemble featuring Dan Disandro, Barb Holland. Andy Wagner and Kurt Hullstrung. The concert piece, In the Stone by Earth, Wind and Fire, preceded the drum solo Fun and Games by former band member Rob Gatter. The closing production began with the ballad Here's That Rainy Day which faded back to Latin Magic” for an exciting exit. The Band's fun and games extended beyond the football games, the pep rally and the bon fire. The Ghosts participated in two exhibitional shows and two competitions, bringing home fourth and second place trophies. The season came to a apex at Cavalcade of Band Championships where the Ghosts placed fifth in the American Conference. The instructional staff was composed of Director Joseph Mauro, Assistant Directors John Musika and Janet Piunti, Drill Co-ordinator Doug Ste-met, Drill Instructor Scott McKay, Assistant Drill Instructors Janis Malone, Liz Barnhardt, and Donna Staley. Additional musical instruction during band camp came from Rob Gatter and Scott Thompson. It says it all. Jam it on out! 90 FLUTES. D. Schilling Sgt., L Goldhaber, T Betz. S. Craig A. Reich. G. Shenk. C. Shields. S. Smith. K. Wear. S. Zoller CLARINETS: B. Holland S.L., P. Kistler, C. Kuehn, T. Stevens P. Gnffith, L. Tinsman. SAXAPHONES: S. Stuhltager Sgt., B. Silikovitz, B. Claffee, S. Smith, C. Staley. E. Wilhelm. TRUMPETS: K. Schuyler Sgt., M. Cohn, J. Hirshberg, D. Metz, M. Sorber. A. Wagner, A. Abowitz. MELLOPHONES: S. Lotz S.L., G Rosenfeld M Grande !. Genesi TROMBONES: C. Hullstrung Sgt., J. Ferguson. T. McGonigle, S. Rowland, K. Macauley. M. Timm BARITONES: R. Hattal S.L.. 1. McGee. R. Markham, M. Kehoe TUBAS: D. DiSandro S.L., R. Labkoff, T. Schweizer, J. Washington TWIRLERS: S. Howald Cpt., I. Stauller. N. Lewis, P. Purely. K. Ely. B. Dorshuner, A. Saylor. M. Howald, L. McClinton, D. Williams. DRUM MAJORS: D. DiMassa, J. Fields. SWING FLAGS: L. Oertel Co-Cpt., D. Rotenbury Co-Cpt., K Webster, P. Doyle, S. Abel. A. Littig, K. Strittmatter. R. Shuttleworth. T. Smith. S. Gippnch, G. Good. K. Morris, T. Strittmatter. A Williams SILK FLAGS: D. Morgan Co-Cpt.. J. Walker Co-Cpt.. S. Shacklady, L. Smyth. L. Maxwell, M. McMahon, D. Schmidt, D. Kalrissen, D. Kaiser, K. Singley, L. Walter. L. Blum, E. McLaughlin. PERCUSSION: W. Saylor Sgt.. W Matthews, S. Pettinato, R Acker K Andrews, D. Greenebaum D. Temple F I ambert, E. Diegel. D. Goldhaber. H. Scherrer, M. Mairs, K. Thompson, P. Dennis B. Flynn. RIFLES: K. Pfender Cpt., L. Gaglianese, D. Heath, H. Kleintz, j. Pulley. L. Zemitis, L. Yoder. M. Wengert. MANAGERS: K. Johns, S. Waller. K. Rosenleld, D. DiPaolantonio, J. Braman. 91Only two steps and . . . Come on. feel the noise 92Musical Magic. Mauro and his angels. I wonder why no one's playing. 93 9899 1021036 6 Style is the dress of thought.66 In life, as in chess, forethought wins. ft 105 « We always may be what we might have been 99 1069 9 Ships are but boards, sailors but men. 99 108 Time is precious, but truth is more precious than time. 99 109 110 •» Every dew-drop and rain-drop had a whole heaven within it 99 in99 Revenge is an inhuman word 99 113 VavvAetRodney Joseph Acker Lori Adams Michael R. Adams Faith Alahverde Kenneth Alexander Julie Marcia Altman Lizanne Amici Carmel E. Apolinario Reading is to the mind, dk ict Valerie Applebaum Anthony Joseph Aquino Frank W. Arias Anthony Paul ArmsteadJanis C. Barlow Robert Bartron Jennifer Lynn Bass Henry Beecher what exercise is to the body. -Addison Julie A. Auerbach Robert Michael Averick Kelvin Armwood Michelle E. Bahls Pamela Astbury lx ri A. Barba Lisa Armstead Paul Armstrong They're on the loose! Jeffrey Berg Laura Amerman Bertsch Theresa Begley Timothy Begley No act of kindness, no matter Craig L. Bisacquino Theresa Ann Blackwell Alexander B. Blount Paul S. Bodo 118 Edward Boekel Sharon Bogdanoff Eileen E. Bonfiglio Lawrence R. Botel Gregg Andrew Bowyer Charles J. Boyce Kenneth R. Kirk Lloyd Braufman Brandenburger how small, is ever wasted -Aesop James Bray John Charles Brennan Tracy Brennan Lona L. Brice 119Robert F. Brill David Wayne Brockmeyer Crystal Lynn Broomer Angela Elaine Brown Craig Philips Brown Dorothy Lorraine Brown Rachel Brown Robert Brown The world is but canvas Donna Marie Brunton Francesca Buccafuri Rosario Buccafuri Salvatore Buccafuri 120Sue Ann Carroll Mary Frances Casey to our imaginations.'' -Henry David Thoreau Scott Clifton Casey Gregory Cassidy Andrea Castner Adam Castro Diane Louise Burg John F. Cacciola Abington: first in the alphabet, first in achievement, first in . . . hairdos?Mary Helen Catherman Max Massimiliano Catoni Amanda L. Chamberlin Lauren Jennifer Chapjian Miles Eliot Chapman Manon Margaret Chiodo Young-Sil Choi Margaret Christian The heart is wiser David Joseph Chiocca Tracy Lynn Clare Jeanine Marie Clark Mitchell Clyman 122Robert Colding Sharon Conley Pamela Conti Katherine Marie Cook Christine M. Cooney Leslie Alexis Cooper Raymond Cooper, Jr. John Sinclair Cornell than the intellect. -J.G. Holland Adele Marie Costanzo Frederick Costanzo John Coyle Rodney CraigMOST INTELLIGENT Eric Leonard and Jill Mandler MOST TALENTEDThe Dating Game: Contestant 1 or 2? Amy Beth Crimian Lisa E. Crimian Every joy is gain, and gain Robert Custer Richard Cybulka Christopher J. Czerwonka Monty DahmAnthony D'Ambrosio Leslie Dash Neil C. Davis Tracey Lynn Davis Gina Marie Decesare Adrienne D. Delgado Deborah J. Demarinella Amy Detwiler is gain, however small -Robert Browning Judith C. Devers Lisa Annette Dicks Alice Ann Dieckman Diane E. Dimassa 127Judith Anne Dimond Penelope Dennis Ronald Dinkins Joseph DiPalma A man of words Richard C. Dobrowolski Casey Patrick Dolan Joseph K. Dominic Leslie Donnell Sandra Donovan Christopher Downey Patricia Marie Doyle Thomas Doyle 128Kevin Durkin Anna Marie Eggert and not deeds is like a garden of weed.Tamara-Lynn Endy Patricia Enright Lisa J. Ewasko Craig Faison Michelle Fanelli Mary Famell Regina Fees Venard Scott Fegley No legacy is Troy A. Felder John Ferguson Paul J. Fetscher Lee Steven FiedererJill Averly Fields Lon J. Finkelstein James Steven Fiorillo Timothy Fitzgerald so rich as honesty.” -William Shakespearea Radio City, here we come!' Joann Lisa Friedman Randi Joi Friedman If you have one true friend,Troy Gallant Suzanne Gamburg Christine R. Gannon Tyrone Erie Gant Angela K. Garberina Tracey Catherine Garner Howard Gaston Merritt Geilfuss you have more than your share -Fuller Kevin Gelman Michael Anthony Stephen James Gerini William T. Gleason Genesio —X 133Family portrait You call this a hoagie? What's he got that I haven't?Cheryl L. Gramlich Antoinette Grasty Marc Paul Greenberg David G. Greene Hugh Robert Goldman Abby Joy Goldstein Christopher Graham Abby Gralnick There are truths, Amy Beth Godwin Linda A. Goldhaber Dorrie E. GoldhirshSeth Grenald Dawn Groo They've got the look. but there is no truth. -Melville 4. Marla Randy Gropper Jane Hilary Gross Geoffry Guim Kimberly Ann Gulick fJames Taylor Gunton Geraldine Gutierrez John P. Haley Cheryl Ann Hall Christopher H. Hand Darryl G. Harris Debra R. Harris Jennie Harris ' 'Wherever you are, it is your Michelle Hartman Susan Carol Hathaway Richard R. Hattal Debra Kim HaysShawn Denise Hermann m+im Barry M. Hertzberg David Hicks Susanna Cindy Hilfer own friends who make your world. -James Robert Hill Virginia Ann Hines Mara Hirschman James Alan Hoffman ■ I don't know this girl! Barbara C. Holland Craig Holton No day is overCurtis F. Hullstrung Kelly Marie Hunter Mark A. Hurtado Laurie Illingworth Matthew Henry Inverso Shelley C. Jackson Angelica Jiminez Bernhard A. Joerger, Jr. if it makes a memory.'' -Jonathon Roberts Richard Johns Amy Beth Johnson Hayes S. Johnson Tregaye JohnsonYvonne Jones James Jerrold Joseph Naomi Akiko Kaji Lisa Kalbfleisch Judith Ann Kaye Colleen Kennedy Gary Keorkunian Try everything in John B. Kerwin life once tin W. Kim Michael Anthony Kimes Lori Ann Ketz Stefanie Ann Kieserman Joseph William Kirk Kll'fluSte, Step that »r»tll„,! and the good things twice.” -Ziggy Kathleen Kline Patricia A. Knapp Faith Joanne Koche Jonathan Ashley Kluver « tmamammTara Traynor and Michael Yarnoff Rose McCallister and Scott Shorr MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEEDAmanda Chamberlin and John Stone Scott Sheffer and Anna Eggert CLASS JOCK ALL-AMERICAN ---! v Margaret Christian and Christopher Shenk Martin James Koefler Laura Jean Koehler Lauren Koff Matthew Todd Kohles Karen Konzelman Victoria Marie Kovacs Daniel Krewson Catherine Krull It ain't quite the end, all; just bid Richard M. Labkoff Marianne E. Lackman Thomas Robert Lamphere Mary Alice l angan mm John A. Larson Candace R. Latimer Manolito A. Lawsin Ronald Lee Theresa Lee farewell Wan Hea Chris Lee Trevor Howard Leitch to meet again.” -Bob Dylan Elliott H. Leitman Ferdinand Peter Lempa Eric David Leonard Scott A. Leonard Deborah Ann Lerch I can't find The Odyssey anywhere and I've looked through all the T's.” Eugene Lewis Nancy Jean Lewis May the best of your past William G. Lichtner Murray Stuart Liebman Lina Hyun-Joo Lim Paul W. Linder Steffi Levin Barrie LevittDonna Sue Lotz Sandra Gail Lotz Mary Lowery Robert Lowery be the worst of your future. Berkely Luders Karin Maasik Harry Mackey David Ira Magilner Ronald Littig Eric Marc Litvin Elizabeth Loftus Charles Samuel LondonLaura Anne Maher Brigid Mahoney Melissa Susan Mairs Barbara Major Henry Major, Jr. Michael Diemont Elizabeth A. Malloy Mary A. Mallozzi Maline What we seek we shall find; Jennifer E. Malpass Victoria V. Manor Jennifer Ann Marino Joseph Marinucciwhat we flee from flees from us. -Emerson Leslie Ellen Maxwell Linda A. Mazzotta Elizabeth McAleer Denise M. McCall A Rosemary McCallister Charles Chuck McGee James P. McGee Robert McGettigan Michael J. McGill Terrence J. McGellian Michael McKeever Since we're only here for a while,Joan Marie Jill Lynn Meyer Kenneth Lee Meyers Tara Jill Meyers Messerschmidt might as well show some style. -James Taylor154Jennifer Maxwell and Christopher Reed CLASS WIT MOST PREPPY Thomas Vanvoorhees and Charlotte ZygmontRegina Lynn Misson Tyrone Mitchell Colleen A. Money Hey, poetry rhymes! Joanna E. Minda Those who Lynnette D. Minnick dare not Stephen Edwin Moon Tracy Jean MillerDiane Margaret Morgan Patrice Morton David Moyer Keith Howard Mundell Kimberly Mundy Lisa E, Najbrt Alison Leslie Newberg achieve greatness deny themselves. -Julius Irving Hope Nickerson Joseph O'Connor Cherita Odums Michael O'HaraLouise Ann Oriel Stacy Anne Olsen Brian Opava James Oxendine Jae Young Park Susanne Park Chaos Tina M. Parker Vincent Parrella often breeds life, Dwayne Parson Karen L. Pepper Tanya M. Perfecky Karen Lynn Pfender Andrew Balen Philips Dominic Pileggi Frank Pileggi Glenn Todd Pinder No-Doz audition. when order breeds habit.” -Adams Darrin Pinkett Adam Pitkow Karen Plunkett Ross D. PodellJonathan Michael Podwil Christopher M. Poirier Yvonne M. Poley Lorri Porterfield Jennifer Marie Pouliot Eric J. Power Sandra Pugliese Nhi Khinh Quan Each day comes bearing its Tony Mark Quici J. Patrick Quinn Priscilla Denise Raysor Brian James RectorChristopher Reed Michael T. Reilly Shirley Rickard Andrew L. Riemenschneider Lisa C. Rio Joanne Robb Kenyetta Robinson Susan Roma gifts, untie the ribbon.'' Kimberly Anne Rosen Cheryl Sally Gregg Andrew Rosenbaum Rosenfeld ■■■■ Wow, only ninety-three minutes of calculus left! Diane Rotenbury Amy Beth Rubin The better part of one's lifeWalter Richard Saylor Frank J. Scarpello Robert K. G. Schaffert Timothy lay Scheuren consists of his friendships.” Alan V. Salkovitz Deborah L. Sampson Melanie Sams Regina Santee Nicholas Santone David Norman Santora Holli Saraceni Valerie SavoniMargaret Anne Debra Lynn Scholnick Paul H. Schott Kristin Lee Schuyler Schneller There are so many dreams Sonya M. Scott Christopher Seaforth Stephanie M. Sears Keith Andrew Sergas wmmmm Heather Shay Scott Sheffer Christopher Eric Shenk Brenda Shihadeh Sarah Elizabeth Shapiro Stacey Marie Shaw I've yet to find.” -Carole King Your tree or mine? Alysa Silverman Elizabeth Sitasz David Skarinsky Jill Carla Sklaroff This is not the end. This is not even perhaps the end of the beginning.”Hyong-Eun Song Eileen Sota Joseph Spasari Inger Susan Stauffer Leigh Ann Smith Lisa Ann Smith Wanda Smith Joanne Pam Smukler Lisa Ann Smyth Mary Louise Snyder Janet L. Soboleski Michelle Solmon the beginning of the end, but it is -Sir Winston Churchill . . . and then he did what? If you can Cheri Stockbauer Lawrence Stoduto imagine it you canMary Elizabeth Strange Thomas Smith Stronach Bruce Richard Strunk Roman Earl Sudler Kelly Margaret Thompson Kelly Timbers Gerard Timony James Andy Sykes Todd Teller Allen Patrick Thomas Hamilton Thompson achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it” -William Arthur WardHelen J. Tokar Teresa Alaine Tolton Stephen Tompkins Tara Kathleen Traynor Michael Joseph Treacy Nancy Elizabeth Treese Andrew Lawrence Tress Michael A. Trotter The best part of our lives we pass Lisa K. Tucker Carolann Turn Eugenia Marie Twyman Karen Leigh Ulmer I IHiHi ■ ■■■IMichele Denae Umbenhauer Mark Underwood Who needs this? I'm already in Brown.' in counting on what is to come. -Hazlitt Sandra Unverzagt James Vagnoni Michelle Valentukonis Douglas Valette Scott Valette Nicole Elizabeth VanceThomas VanVoorhees Dana Vaughn Fire Chief” Coleman. Juana Veiga Maria Veiga The nice thing about memories is that 176 Agnes Marie Veney Kymberly Anne Vollrath Kenneth Wagner Jean Elizabeth WalkerCynthia Wallace Joseph Walsh Lori Ann Waltimyer Michael F. Ward Daniel Wargo Diana Y. Watson Herbert Smith Webb, Kimberly Webb no matter how long you keep them they never spoil. Dermott ]. White Michael R. White Richard B. White Christopher Garret Wilcox Hands off! She's mine! Though you could search the world'sMichael J. Woodward Mitchell Wright John Yannaccone, Jr. Michael Keith Yamoff end there is nothing more precious than a good friend.” James P. Wolfgang Julie Woo Robert Woodhead Laura Ann WoodwardJoseph A. Zenstein Matthew Seth Zucker PHOTO Andrew Barry Andrea Biehler Stephen Boris Charles Boyce Kenneth Brandenburger Lester Christman Adrienne Clifton Darren Clifton Stacey Cohen Edward Croke Brian Dawson Enrico Dipaolantonio Daniel Donovan Sonya Duncan Harold Fields Deborah Garrett Tim Hackett Frank Harwanko PHOBIA Andrew Henderson Brian Hewish David Hicks Leo Hildebrand Diane Hoff David Jacobs Kathleen Kline Keith Lewis George Long Faustina Lynch David Mallozzi Danies May Joseph McCarthy Margaret McGee Glenn McManus George Mench Scott Moore Gina Muldowney Charlotte Claudia Zygmont Jill Christine Mandler James Morrison Anthony Nash Dawn Newman Joseph O'Toole Mary Ratka George Rudy David Sament Barbara Schmid Tracy Senick Renee Smolda William Shaw Melinda Simon Andrew Slifkin Valery Valerie Valerie Swoope Harry Walker Sean Wallace Elizabeth Weidner 180 Say what?” Typical senior. Rembrandt revisited. Boy. this sure would be easier with desks . . . But w© really do get out now, honest! 183 What you talkin' 'bout? Can we talk? EASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY AREA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SCHOOLEastern Montgomery County Area Vocational-Technical School is located in Willow Grove and offers twenty different vocational-technical courses to high school students from this school district. Students selecting the Technical School attend for half a day and take required academic courses at the home high school the other half of the day. Programs are primarily two years in length for 11th and 12th grade students. The Technical School is considered a department of this high school. As such, students register for Technical School courses through their high school counselor when regular registration occurs. All students enrolled at the Technical School are given a math assessment. This is used to assist students who need remediation in the technical math required in each course. Students attending the Technical School for at least two years are eligible to apply for the Cooperative Education Program in the senior year. Co-op education allows a student to work on a job in the field trained under school supervision. Students attending the Technical School will 1) learn basic occupational skills to qualify for employment in trade and technical occupations as advanced trainees and 2) be able to further their education at trade or technical schools, or 2 or 4 years colleges if appropriate course work is taken at the home school. 185 If I give you this do you promise not to take ny picture?” 186STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1: A. Godwin, L. Crimian, M. Bahls, M. Strange, A. Crimian. Row 2: M. Chamberlin, I. Lawsin, I. Altman, S. Okamoto, K. Wilkinson, L. Dash, D. Lotz, M. Christian, D. Learch, L. Suckey, V. Kocher, S. Timbers, S. Bacal, L. Pak, R. Malnati, S. Palacio, D. Gralnick, N. Treese. Row 3: L. Wachinski, D. Zappin, D. Werchoski, A. Goldstein, G. DeCesare, L. Donnell, I. Dunn. B. Lowery, P. Morton, N. Vance, N. Kaji. K. Greisiger, S. Philips, L. Hams, B. laurigue. Row 4: S. Schramm, M. Merovitz, B. List, J. Bray, K. Timbers. C. Cooney, J. Joseph, M. Treacy, J. Friedman, M. Gropper, D. Watson, L. Waster. A. Littig, P. Purdy, C. Bardol. Row 5: D. Goldhirsh, J. Fields, T. Gallant, G. Rosenfeld, T. VanVoorhees, J. Lewis, M. Dahm, S. Gallant, M. Reilly, R. Podell. K. Braufman, F. Alahverde, A. Wnght. J. Gross, S. Kieserman, D. Watson, M. Liebman, T. Johnson, J. Eiseman, M. Schneller, S. Lotz. OFFICERS Officers; Row 1: P. Dennis, Pres; S. Park, Vice Pres; M. Greenberg, Treas; D. Greene, Corresponding Sec; Row 2: Mr. McNaught. Mr. Nyman, Sponsors.SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL Sitting: C. Reed. Parliamentarian: F. Alahverde. Parliamentarian; T. Traynor, Pres; D. Lerch, Sec; P. Morton. Vice Pres; L. Donnell, Treas. OFFICERS Sitting: N. Treese, A. Crimian. Row 1: G. DeCesare. S. Lotz. A. Philips, L. Crimian. M. Bahls, M. B. Strange. P. Enright. M. Schneller, D. Watson. J. Gross. Row 2: T. Gallant, M. Christian. C. Zygmont, L. Dash, L. Malloy. P. Conti, D. Werchoski. J. Altman. S. Park. Row 3: G. Rosenfeld, R. Johns. M. Dahm. K. Durkin. J. Joseph, D. Lotz, P. McManus. A. Silverman. C. Rosenbaum.Row 1: A. Rublin. R. Kelner, A. Cheun, J. Tsou, S. Gallant. R. P. Rawlik, P. Kim. Row 2: V. Kocher. S. Okamoto, K. Wilkinson, D. Britchkow. E. Young, S. Pettinato, G. Judkowski. Row 3: L. Wachinski, A. Boardman. M. Merovitz. L. Brenner, 1. Petersen. A. Bednarsky. V. McKinney, G. Wiggins. The goals of the Junior Class this year were to raise money and promote school spirit. To achieve these goals, the council held calendar sales, candy sales, and several school dances. The class was united under the leadership of Scott Gallant, President; Pam Silberman, Vice President; Sally Eberhardt, Secretary; and Alex Bednarsky, Treasurer. The year was a success thanks to those members who became involved and the support of the entire Junior Class. OFFICERS Ms. Came Jones, Advisor; P. Silberman, Vice Pres; S. Eberhat Gallant, Pres; A. Bednarsky, Treas.SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL Row 1: N. Wilson. S. Schramm. J. Washington, N. Frank, J. Eiseman, L. Caso, L. Berger, K. Gordon, J. Pursley, S. Bacal, D. Gross. Row 2: T. Lotz, D. Mulkewycz, L. Thompson, L. Downey, L. Flemon, S. Morns, L. Chizever, S. Palacio, J. Lawsin. Row 3: B. Jaurigue, T. Crawford, D. Sykes, B. Gerber, B. List, K. Nollendorfs, R. Morrissette, D. Jaslow, M. Dougherty, B. Slenn. B. Shrager. OFFICERS The Sophomore Class Council represents the Class of 1986. Its main purpose is to sponsor social activities and fund-raising events that help build class identification. Another goal of these activities is to accrue money to help pay the costs of the proms, graduation, the yearbook, and other expenses that will be encountered by the class. Courtney Bardol - Treasurer, Ben Jaurique • President, Beth Flynn - Secretary. Sonia Palacio • Vice-President 195LATIN CLUB Row 1: J. Maxwell, D. Shin, S. Trofin, B. Slenn, S. Eberhardt, C. KiaNoury, R. Kessler, L. Suckey, J. Millman, D. Armorinski, M. Martella. Row 2: K. Ozols, L. Fiederer, A. Puntel, R. Shuttleworth, V. Kocher, C. Shenk, F. Alahverde, H. Shay, Pres; Mr. Pezzullo, Sponsor; B. Holland, Vice Pres; C. Shin, P. Searle, R. Maxwell. Row 3: R. Slrulson, M. Slenn, V. O'Donoghue, M. Kill, D. Poley, B. Grenald, M. Lackman, D. Grossman, E. Parsha, A. Cheun. H. Moon, R. Goldstein, C. Hinerleld, D. Nuessle, B. Peirce. L. Houseknecht, L. Krasick, K. Gordon. J. Eiseman, E. Miller. M. Gallo, S. Wood. Row 4: J. Holfman, M. Zucker, K. Kaufman, D. Cameron, M. Vetri. The perpetually exciting Latin Club sold everything from multi lingual T-shirts to lollipops this year to finance ifs many fascinating activities. Bake sales and a car wash supplemented the Club funds which were used on trips to New York, the Morris Arboretum, and the University of Pennsylvania Museum. The club members also participated in the infamous annual Toga Party and, in addition, veteran seniors were treated to a dinner at a restaurant. This spring break, several students of Latin accompanied club sponsor, Mr. Pezzullo and his family on a Greek cruise. The Latin Club is one of the most active clubs in the school and all its activities prove that Latin is far from a dead language. SPANISH CLUB Row 1: L. Caso, A. Newberg. I. Zambrana, A. Johnson, Mrs. Galshack, Sponsor; C. Shuman. Row 2: A. Greenfield. M. Maher, C. Lee, L. Levi, S. Carroll, L. Smith, R. Zaslow. The Spanish Club, sponsored by Mrs. Galshack, has the primary purpose of giving its members a closer look into Spanish culture. The Club also raises money to fund awards that are presented to outstanding Spanish students. This year's Spanish Club was directed by Ivette Zambrana, President; Stephanie Keiserman, Vice President; Carrie Schuman, Secretary; and Loredana Caso, Treasurer.ITALIAN CLUB The Italian Club of 1983-84, directed by Mr. Pezzullo, became involved in many productive activities throughout the year. Its members participated in successful bake sales, candy sales, car washes, and other fund-raising events. Club activities and meetings were supplemented by excellent classroom studies and discussions. Due to such an informative and pleasant atmosphere, the students jecame more aware of the origins of the Italian language and how it is spoken. C. Kline, P. Castonna, M. Gallo. F. Scarpello, S. Eberhardt. L. Cirone, Mr. Puzzullo, Sponsor; D. Spagnolee, C. Kennedy. AFFILIATION CLUB The Affiliation Club came into existence as a service club to aid in the exchange program between Abington High School and its affiliated school, Kant Gymnasium in West Berlin, Germany. The primary purpose of the Club is to work with exchange students and help them to meet other people in the school. The Club, sponsored by Mrs. Cawley, raised funds for its activities through daily candy sales after school. Row 1: I. Allman. Treasurer; D. Goldhirsh. President; G. Gutierrez; J. Eiseman, N. Frank. Row 2:1. Fields, K. Wagner. T. Strahle. P. Scott, K. Cook. H. Shay. Row 3: D. Werchoski. A. Goldstein, J. Robb, A. Cheun.VARSITY CHEERLEADERS At every football and basketball game you'll find Abington's cheerleaders igniting the team and crowd with spirit. The 1983-84 Varsity squad was headed by captains, Lezlie Donnell and Manaker. The Junior Varsity squad was led by Cindy Meyer. This year the cheerleaders, sponsored by Mrs. Hack, learned new cheers and formations that made their routines spectacular. These included their entertaining performance to Michael Jackson's Beat It. Row 1: M. Manaker, R. Malnati. L. Donnell. Row 2: P. Morton, D. Werchoski, L. Porterfield. 198 Row 1: G. Wiggins, S. Barren, A Berkowitz, M. Merovitz. Row 2: I.. Carlitz. Row 3: C. MeyerVARSITY A CLUB Lying down: L. Cnmian, P. Enright. Row 1: R. McAllister, M. Schneller. A. Godwin, S. Olsen; P. McManus. Vice Pres; M. Christian, Sec; N. Treese, Pres; S. Lotz, Treas; L. Kalbfleisch, L. Malloy. Row 2: V. Griet, C. Zygmont, M. Bahls, L. Donnell, M. Manaker. N. Gardiner. M. Chamberlin, K. Hunter, C. Shuman. M. Moylan, D. Zappin, R. Malnati, T. Lotz. S. Herrmann. D. Lotz. T. Stevens, P. Morton. Row 3: A. Cnmian, A. Pet Pitkow. J. Jasper, J. Larson, R. Podell, C. Reed, C. Shenk, K. Timbers, L. Mundy, F. Koche, J. Oxendine, D. McCall, J. McAndrew, G. Wiggins. Row 3: 4: M. Greenberg, A. Sykes, B. Garbutt, D. Sykes. T. VanVoorhees, M. YarnoH. M. Treacy, J. Frazier. M. Reilly, M. Matthews, S. Jackson. S. Rowland. E. Frank. D. Werchoski, M. Sorber, S. Herrmann, C. Gannon. M. L. Snyder, L. Maher. The Varsity A Club is a spirit organization consisting of 80 varsity letter winners representing all of the athletic teams. The year began with the Halloween Rollerskating Party and was highlighted by the crowning of the queen at the pep rally. Other services that the club provides are awards given to the coach and manager of the year, as well as sponsoring intramural basketball during the winter. The Club finished with the Varsity A annual picnic at Alvethorpe Park.HEALTH CAREERS M. Greathead, T. Endy, Mrs. Kortright, L. Gaglianese, J. Nowicki. C. Heiser. N. Wilson, L. Maher. The Health Careers Club is composed of students who have interest in the medical sciences, social services, and community activities. The main project for the year was a student booth for Abington's first Health Fair. It is expected that this will be an annual event. This year's officers were Tammy Endy, President; Chuck McGee, Vice President; and Laura Maher, Secretary. The Club was sponsored by Mrs. Kortright, a lady who was essential for this year's successes. SWIMMING AIDES Swimming Aides are students who volunteer to help aquatic instructors teach swimming classes during certain periods of the school day. The Aides work in the pool with the fifth grade students of Abington School District for whom swimming classes are recquired. In the program Swimming Aides assist in instructing the basic water safety techniques and teaching the fundamental swim strokes. Row 1: K. Schuyler. L. Malloy. K. DeMarco. G. Gelman, V. Renolds. Row 2:1. Morrisson, L. Wachinski, B. Seiler. S. Schramm. J. Eiseman, M. FitzPatrick, S. Lotz, J. Davies. Row 3: V. Ghet. M. Balandovich, L. Maher, I. Millman. K. Volrath, E. Miller, S. Leiberman, B Garbutt, J. Macleod, S. Craig. K. Miss Grebe. Y. Zambrana. Row 4: T. Lotz, N. Gardiner L. Kalblleisch, C. Freed. M. Schneller. Row 5: D. Mulkevilch, D. Sykes, C. Bardol, A Russell, M. Chamberlin, M. Hirschman, W. Wall, 1. Smtlh.LIBRARY AIDES Row I: L. Gaglianese. E. Lapa. C. Shin. T. Endy, M. Greathead. Row 2: M. Levy. E. Israel, P. Gritlilh. F. Fnedman. C. Kuehn, S. Hiller. Row 3: I. Nowicki. P. Rowlik. V. Hardman. Library Aides are students who work in the library during some of their study halls. While they are working in the library, the Aides are responsible for various duties. They usually work behind the circulation desk singing out and checking in books and other materials. Some aides are also responsible for shelving library materials in their proper places and writing overdue notices. GUIDES AND USHERS Row 1: C. Apolinano. N. Lewis, L. Gagiianese. Row 2: A. Cheun. M. FitzPatnck. B. Warner. L. Oerlel, C. Henderson. M. Valentukoms. D. Lerch. L. Maher, C. KiaNoury. D. Apohnari Apolinario, C. Heiser, D. Hays. B. Shihadeh, G. DeCesare. H. Dieterly, K. Kim. The Abington Guides and Ushers render their services at various school functions. They can be found dressed in maroon and white in the halls of Abington on Back to School Night. They assist in the distribution of programs, and the collection of tickets at the various school functions. The major activity of the Guides and Ushers is the graduation ceremony in June.SCHOOL STORE K Money, M Kramer, K. Nollendorts. C. Money. B. Raghn, D. Dambrackas. The Sch x l Store is sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America. The students work on a volunteer basis giving up their own lunch periods. The store is equipped with all types of school supplies, clothing, and novelty items. FBLA The Future Business Leaders of America is a local, state, and nationally affiliated organization. This year the Abington chapter had 18 members, and was sponsored by Mrs. Fechter and Mrs. Beatrice Barrett. The club's activities included attending the Region 20 Fall Workshop at Pottsgrove High School and the Spring Regional Competition at Norristown High School, along with several other contests. Winners went to Host Farm in Lancaster to compete on the state level. The club's fund-raising activities included the sale of blow pops and Christmas and Valentine fuzzy animals. Row 1: D. Watson, C. Money. D. Lerch. Row 2: M. Staniszewski. M. Famell. G. Wiggins. J. Parr. T Doyle. 202ARTW New room speakers and a slate of the art control system highlight an otherwise exciting year. With Inger Speed Switch Stauffer at the control panel, Tom Today is Tues-uhh-Monday Smalley beginning the day's program, ARTW attempts to alert the staff and students that they are in school and not just waking up. Jill My bike slid on the ice Mandler is ready with clubs and activities. Dynamic Dorrie Goldhirsh alternates with Jill. Who has a test today? Craig 1 can't read the this Brown up-lates the latest sports results and Alison I'm sorry I'm late but my car. . . Newberg livens up the Gabby Abby segment by giving Mr. Tom Why won’t you play the Beach Boys? Connor near cardiac arrest with birthday messages of varying degrees of taste. With that the program closes and one more day at Abington begins. Row 1:1. Mandler, A. Newberg. Row 2: D. Gotdhirsh. I. Stauffer. C. Brown. T. Smalley. AVIATION CLUB The Aviation Club, sponsored by Mr. Butler, has grown in popularity over the last few years. Members meet to work with aviation eguipment. The primary purpose of the Club is to further its members' knowledge of aviation and aerospace. Row 1: K. Braufman. I. Oxendine. T. Schoren, M. Kimes. I. McGee. Row 2: V. Ewing, D. Dockstader. F. Weinberger, M. Clouse. B. Herlzberg. D. Solomon. S. Vallette. 203PRESIDENTIAL CLASSROOM Row 1: C. Reed, C. Shin, I. Fields. J. Maxwell, D. Goldhirsh, J. Kaye, T. Periecky, H. Shay. Row 2: T. VanVoorhees. G. Roeenleld. The curriculum of the Presidential Classroom, a non-profit educational program in government, focuses on the three branches of American government- the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Classes vary on a prescribed schedule from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. The goal which prompted the founding of a Presidential Classroom for Young Americans is to promote a better understanding of American democracy and a deeper feeling of citizen responsibility. The Classroom has provided over 25,000 young people with an opportunity to explore firsthand the nature of the country's political structure. During a rigouous seven days in the nations' capital, students are exposed to the Federal govemment-its organizational structure and the human substance that shapes the character of its operation. Formal seminars and on-site briefings are conducted by government leaders at the decision-making level and key observers of official Washington. The curriculum encompasses the major branches of government, plus significant social impact, among them the news media and private industry. Program highlights include on-site briefings and visits to seats of government, including the White House, the State Department, Capitol Hill, and the Central Intelligence Agency. 204CHESS CLUB ' .aid. L. Mundy, M. Yuisman, H. Steinberg, E. Israel, T. Felder. D. Pinkett. Not pictured: D. Soloman. K. Schecter, A. Hoftman. N. Abington's Chess Team is one of six members of the North Suburban Chess League. Each team competes against every other team in the league twice between November and February. Members of Abington's team, under the sponsorship of Mr. Swedberg, prepare for competition by playing each other in frequent after-school practice sessions. In these sessions it is determined who will play the top board in actual competition. In a match the top four boards count towards a team score. The 1983-84 Chess Team consisted of only one returning member from last year and welcomed plenty of new players. This year's most successful player was Troy Felder. In addition to its regular competing season, the Chess Team sponsored a chess tournament this year. 205WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM Row 1: G. Gutierrez, Recording Sec; C. Lee, Pres; K. Wagner, Corresponding Sec; T. Strahle, Treas; J. Robb, Vice Pres; F. Alahverde. L. Pripstein, L. Levy, J. Maxwell, A. Cheun, D. Britchkow, K. Kim, A. Kaji. Row 2: S. Grenald. H. Goldman. B. Hertzberg, P. Schott, K. Cook, H. Shay, L. Brenner, A. Greenfield, B. Wainer, A. Rublin, M. Blick, R. Kelner, R. Zaslow. The Forum Club provides students with an opportunity to gain an understanding of foreign policy and world events. A variety of activities are offered such as field trips to the United Nations, Washington, D.C., visiting the Goddard Space Center, and other political science workshops. These excursions enable participants to experience and role play in various model political programs. In addition, various in-house activities such as lectures, guest speakers, films, and information seminars are formulated by club members. Students with an interest in foreign affairs, political science, and power politics have found this an interesting and rewarding experience. DEBATE TEAM The Abington Debate Team meets monthly with ten area schools to debate a national resolution. This year the resolution stated that The United States should adopt uniform rule governing the procedures of all criminal courts in the nation. Students on the team must first research the topic thoroughly so that sound judgments on the issue may be formulated. If a students is in favor of the resolution, he will choose the Affirmative side. If a student concludes that the resolution has no validity, he will argue for the Negative. Abington has several two man Affirmative and Negative teams at both the Varsity and Junior Varsity level. Row 1: D. Strauss, H. Mackler, M. Yuisman, C. Shin, M. Liebman, H. Goldman. Row 2: S. Lieberman, M. Merovttz, D. Leonard, R. Maxwell, A. Bednarsky. Not Pictured: S. Glickman, A. Kaji, N. Kaji, D. Skarinsky. 206CAMERA CLUB Sitting: D. Shin, D. Jaslow. Standing: A. Cheun, S. Brown. M. Manaker, A. Wagner, K. Kim. Cheese! This year the Camera Club, sponsored by Mr. Charles Schneller, focused their cameras on various activities and sporting events around the high school. These pictures were taken for the News Bureau, the Abingtonian, and the Oracle. Many of the photographers had the opportunity to then see their work published in the local newspapers, such as the Times Chronicle, the Montgomery County Record, and the Today’s Spirit. The Club's main purpose is to help inexperienced photographers gain skill and confidence through a very worthwhile service to the school.LITERARY MAGAZINE Row 1: A. Cheun, D. Vallette. Row 2: A. Delgado. J. Robb. J. Maxwell. H. Shay, F. Mikelberg. Row 3: E. Leonard, D. Rosenthal. D. Greenebaum. The Literary Magazine is an annual student publication that reflects the finest in creative talent of the student body. Each year the magazine publishes short stories, poems, essays, plays and artwork which are chosen for their artistic merit and interest. 208NEWS BUREAU Row !: K. Kim, S. Lotz, S. Herrmann. M. Schneller, D. McCall, D. Jaslow, G. Gutierrez. T. Strahle, D. Shin, M. Manaker. Row 2: K. Schuyler. S. Brown, K. Thompson. M. Mairs, A. Wagner. C. Hand, S. Vallette. Nol pictured: M. Block, A. Cheun. B. Hertzberg. The News Bureau of Abington Senior High School serves the community by informing it of the activities of Abington students. This year, unlike other years, the staff of the News Bureau is quite large, numbering twenty. With Shawn Herrmann as the Editor-in-Chief and Mr. Charles Schneller as the sponsor, the staff consists of writers, typists, and photographers. The goal of the organization is to promote public relations between the school and the community. This objective is achieved through weekly contributions to The Glenside News, The Montgomery County Record, The Times Chronicle, Today's Spirit, and The Willow Grove Guide. Almost all school activities are reported to the local papers through the News Bureau. 209( Row 1: B. Shrager, L. Chisever, C. KiaNoury, K. Kim, N. Kaji. Row 2: D. Shin, M. Eskin, J. Tsou, L. Marion. L. Levin, P. Silberman. M. Merovilz, S. Wood. Row 3: H. Shay, S. Mikelberg, L. Chalmers, D. Strauss, D. Koche. D. Eisman, F. Mikelberg, L. Mundy. A. Cheun. M. Schneller, D. Goldhirsh. The senior high newspaper put out seven issues this year including the special April Fools and Senior issues. The Abingtonian consists of a sports page, features articles, and editorials in addition to its informative news reports. Felice Mikelberg was the Editor in Chief this year. She was supported by Naomi Kaji, Assistant Editor. Laurie Mundy edited the News page, Arthur Rublin the Editorials, Claudia Kia-Noury the Features, and Tony Asher the Sports articles. Andrew Philips, Harris Steinberg, and Michael Yulsman were word processing editors while Margie Schneller, Amy Cheun, and Dorrie Goldhirsh were Photographic, Art and Ad- f vertising editors respectively. 210I State Ranked Ghosts EDITORS Row 1: L. Mundy. A. Rublin, N. K«aji, M. Yulsman. Row 2: D. Kia-Noury, K. Kim, F. Mikelberg, A. Cheun. Row 3: A. Philips, H. Steinberg, M. Schneller, D. Goldhirsh. The Abingfronian AHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL—SOUTH CAMPUS 900 Highland Avenue Ablngton. Pa. 19001 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Felice Mikelberg ASSISTANT EDITOR: Naomi Kajl NEWS EDITOR: Laurie Mundy EDITORIAL EDITOR: Arthur Rublin FEATURE EDITOR: Claudia Kia-Noury SPORTS EDITOR: Tony Asher ADVERTISING EDITOR: Dorrie Goldhirsh CIRCULATION EDITORS: Judi Kay. Kathy Kim PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: Margie Schneller ART EDITOR: Amy Cheun WORD PROCESSING EDITORS: Michael Yulsman. Harris Steinberg STAFF: Adam CandeUb, Lauren Chalmers. Lisa Chizever. Mike Conway. Barry DuUrow, Sally Ebeihardt. David Eisman. David Goldblatt. Andrew Henderson. Amy Kaji. Kathy Kim. David Koche. Leslie Levin. Pamela Maline. Sheryl Mikelberg. Laurie Mundy. Duane Sewell. Heather Shay. Cathy Shin. David Skarlnsky. Shara Smiley. Tami Trost, Jennifer Tsou. Michael Yulsman. ADVISOR: Mr. Gerald Alpaugh Advertising Rates $1.00 per column Inch Published six times per year Office: Room f£G % % 4 .,% w wt 211MADGRIGALS Row 1: L. Williams, M. Scott, L. Smith, C. Simpson, L. Oertel. Row 2: C. Shakarjian, R. Aqhen, E. McLaughlin, T. Wallis. Row 3: M. Lackman, S. Christensen, A. Castner, N. Lewis, M. Davis. Row 4: J. Stoddard, J. Newell, M. Clouse. D. Schilling. Not pictured: J. Tsou, S. Rowland, D. Kaiser, C. Hullstrung, I. Stauffer. REGIONAL CHOIR DISTRICT CHOIR 1-r: I. Tsou, M. Lackman, C. Simpson, J. Newell. Not Pictured: C. Hullstrung. Row 1: C. Simpson, J. Newell. Row 2: L. Williams, D. Schilling, M. Lackman, J. Tsou. Not pictured: C. Hullstrung.CONCERT BAND ■ Oll'il II ■'ll Ml I ' i! IJ R. Acker, A. Armstead, D. DiMassa, J. Ferguson, J. Fields, S. Frank, D. Forrester. L. Goldhaber. B. Holland, C. Hullstrung. B. loerger. M. Koefler, R. Labkoff, T. Leitch, P. Linder. M. Mairs, W. Matthews, C. McGee, G. Rosenfeld, W. Saylor, D. Schilling, K. Schuyler, V. Swoope, K. Thompson. S. Baren, M. Barlow, T. Betz, M. Block, M. Cohn, S. Craig, D. Disandro, M. Grande, J. Hirschberg. D. lames, P. Kistler, C. Kuehn, A. Littig, R. Markham, T. McGonigle, M. Peal. A. Reich, S. Rowland, D. Santman, P. Searls, B. Silikovitz, M. Sorber, C. Staley, T. Stevens. S. Stuhltrager, S. Sutton. D. Temple, J. Topkis, A. Wagner. E. Wilhelm A. Abowitz. L. Baskin. A. Berkowitz, K. Black, J. Chick. M. Davis, S. Delaney, J. Elick, E. Flynn. J. Furlow, N. Frank, L. Genesio, D. Goldhaber, H. Goldhaber, G. Greenblatt, P. Griffith, L. Hams, B. Jaurique, M. Kehoe, E. Lambert, D. Leonard, D. Loew, K. Macauley, L. Marion, K. Moms. D. Mulkewycz, T. Reese, G. Riehm, C. Saurman, T. Scheuren, S. Schramm, T. Schweizer, J. Sharp. G. Shenk, C. Shields, S. Smith, L. Spector, G. Stansbury, J. Sturm. M. Timm, T. Trost, J. Washington. K. Wear, S. Zoller. Jazz Band I r: K. Schuyler, A. Wagner, B. launque, D. Leonard, D. Disandro, A. Abowitz. W. Saylor, M. Koefler. J. Ferguson. S. Sutton. S. Smith. T. McGonigle. E. Leonard. B. Silikovitz. S. Stuhltrager, A. Armstead. Not pictured: L. Smith, D. Goldhirsh, J. Newell, C. Hullstrung.Row 1: M. Kelly, D. Grossman, H. Katz, A. Cook, T. Miller. J. Hoag, D. Bauerle, F. Weinberg, J. Klenk, H. Thompson, F. Friedman, L. Smith, M. Scott. R. Aghen. Row 2: M. Hirshman, P. Smiler, K. Singley, C. Shakarjian, D. Kaiser. D. Johnson. K. Ely, S. Matisoff, K. Klock, A. Johnson, M. Catherman, W. Woldofl, S. Sadoff. E. McLaughlin. Row 3: T. Wallis, L. Plum, K. DeMarco. I. Stauffer. N. L wis. A. Castner, K. Webster, D. Solomon, C. Hullstrung, G. Good, C. Simpson. L. Bellet, J. Glatts, L. Genesio. Row 4: E. Weidner. M. Foxall, S. Christensen. M. Davis. L. Gaglianese, M. Manaker. J. Stoddard. M. Clouse. A. Greenfield. T. Schwarz. M. Lackman, D. Schilling. L. Williams. S. Fleck. i . Orchestra 1-r: S. Shacklady. T. Schwarz, S. Estel, S. Stuhltrager. Not Pictured: D. Goldhirsh. D. Magilner. Row 1: S. Estel, F. Mikelberg. S. Shacklady. T. Schwarz, L. Chalmers. J. Walker, C. Mikelberg. Row 2: J. Wilson. N. Wilson. A. Connelly. D. Koche. S. Smiley. A. Cook. V. Mott. Row 3: L. Blum. N. McColgan, F. Koche. S. Park. S. Hunt. L. Goldhaber, P. Dennis, J. Hirschberg, L. Tinsman, D. Jaslow, E. Leonard. J. Wilson. Row 4: M. Staniszewski. S. Pettinato, S. Gallant, D. Temple. S. Lotz. P. Searls, T. McGonigle, V. Sokolove, S. Stuhltrager, H. Scherrer. R Labkoff Not pictured: D. Goldhirsh, E. Frank. C. Hullstrung. D. Magilner. L. Walter. 214BLACK STUDENT UNION Row 1: R. Watts, T. Greenwell. T. Watson, E. Young. I. Lewis, K. McDonald. K. Parker. L. Flemon. Row 2: D. Vaughn. T. Johnson. Y. Jones. S. Jackson, C. Latimer. K. Lee, G. Wiggins, C. l ane. Row 3: C. Carter, R. Grasty, E. Crenshaw, A. Armstead, J. Gaston, E. Murphy, W. Fitzgerald. T. Leitch. OFFICERS The Black Student Union is a fund-raising club. Some of the fund-raisers include: dances, bake sales and a dinner. The money raised is used for scholarships presented to seniors in the club who are planning further education. The scholarships are awarded at the annual Citizens for Progress banquet. The Club gives the black student the opportunity to express concerns, problems or ideas to the others in the Club. The Club's officers are Patrice Morton, president; Lezlie Donnel, vice president; Lorri Porterfield, recording secretary; Rhonda Duncan, corresponding secretary; Ronnie Lee, Hayes Johnson, Keith Mundell and John Stone, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Martin, Sponsor: L. Donnell. R. Lee. P. Morton, J. Washington. 215CREATIVE STUDIES PROGRAM Lying: M. Komins. Row 1: T. Meyers. I. Mandler, J. Kaye, J. Fields. Row 2: I. Gross. J. Stoloff, A. Newberg. D. DiMassa. Row 3: S. Sheffer, D. Green, L. Schwartz, E. Leitman, K. Braufman. Not pictured: F. Alahverde, S. Conley, E. Frank, S. Frand, S. Glickman, D. Harris, B. Hertzberg, N. Kaji, L. Maxwell, S. Park, T. Parker. A. Rubin, S. Sharpiro. A. Tress, P. Dennis, C. Gaber, A. Asher, S. Barren. A. Boardman, E. Diegel. D. Frankel, R. Kelner, M. Leon. A. Lieberman. L. Lorch. I. Macleod. K. Mails, M. Merovitz, A. Rublm, D. Santman, D. Silververg, T. Smith, D. Strauss. The Creative Studies Program, instituted in 1970, permits students with special talents and career interests to spend a portion of the school day as interns in their respective fields of interest. Members of the Program spend as little as one period a week and as much as ten in their placement center. Positions are available in such diverse fields as law, medicine, business, computers, advertising, and education to name but a few. Involvement in the Program begins with application and interview in April and May for the following year. The Creative Studies Program, sponsored by Mr. Connor, has proven a valuable institution for the many students involved in it. 216HONOR SOCIETY Row 1: B. Holland, D. Santora, M. Gropper. D. Werchoski, I. Kaye, J. Maxwell, D. Lerch. T. Traynor, J. Gross, M. Christian, I. Friedman, I. Zambrana, L. him, C. Shin, M. Catherman, K. Schuyler, S. Lotz. Row 2: D. McCall, R. Johns, J. Fields, J. Altman, S. Park, N. Kaji, K. Melnik, I. Mandler. M. Valentukonis, K. Strahle. J. Robb. C. Lee, A. Johnson, F. Mikelberg, T. PeHecky. Row 3: P. McManus, D. Magilner, M. Yarnoff, D. Greene, E. Frank, S. Conley, M. B. Strange, N. Vance. L. Maher, H. Shay, J. Harris. D. Vallette, D. DiMassa. E. Leonard, S. Howald. Not pictured: Ross Podell OFFICERS The Abington Honor Society is a chapter of the National Honor Society and it adheres to the rules of the parent organization. For eligibility a student should have an 85% academic average. Eligibility should not be based upon scholarship alone, but must also include service to the school, leadership, and character. Abington's selection process begins when mid year grades are available. Students with averages of 85% or above are notified that their scholarship qualifies them to by be candidates for admission. Upon notification it is the students' responsibility to list their activities. The Sponsors of these activities are then asked to rate individual performances. While it is expected that a student should be involved in more than one school activity, the Faculty Committee is concerned more with the degree of a student's involvement than the number of activities collected. Officers: D. Goldhirsh. secretary. S. Frank president, D. Lota treasurer, E. Malloy vice presi-dent.Row 1: J. Kaye. S. Carroll, S. Hilfer, A. Cheun, J. Eiseman, Row 2: M. Zucker, B. Wainer. L. Mundy. T. Trost. K. Macauley. Not pictured: R. McCallister. J. Fnedman, L. Dash. E. Miller, J. Bass, A. Tress. D. Werchoski, I. Altman. K. Kirn. C. Henderson. 218 Maybe it I smile a lot. they won't notice I only did one layout. Production Gu;d ktuw' c.vw ' Sue Ann Caroll Judith Kaye Jill Mandler Jill FieldsIS £j£ Zhao’s visit inspires optimism s = s = f or improved relationship with U.S. It s «» Si . C 5 S? s- Spreading Toll of il = s Winter's lev oedu “™pil I S MichaeUackson ‘s fiery mishap (£ Arafat and his enemies agree to a withdrawal Ssssssw 3 s-1 I I Hon.eTWTamnaTne Deepening Mysterv § £ Gets All-Clear9 Of Russia's AndropovX Yuri Andropov lies in state M'% %sleaderjess Soviets woprg Stations g f S £ X V , Uwlt Inst 3 £ Tis the Season Where For Presidential ;; ,hiJJebates TFOUDIfea A M For U S. Never End battle to master the Boy Scouts i Big Setback for ■--------------' aXi x iiuwui b-iiu — — ----- ' vuemocracy m flinca Soviets again refuse™ reopen talks until U. S. missiles are removed „ACTIVITIES229 The American Werewolf of Abinglon.Up The Down Staircase A cast of thirty students was featured in the Abington High School production of Bel Kaufman's comedy, Up the Down Staircase, presented on November 18 and 19, 1983. The play concerns the difficulties encountered by a naive, idealistic first -year teacher who encounters a group of hostile, inner-city students whose purpose seems to be to drive her out of the profession she so desperately wishes to persue. A series of encounters with these reluctant learners, both humorous and tragic, leads her to the conclusion that she is needed and perhaps can help these neglected youths. The play featured Amy Connelly as Sylvia Barrett, Darren Poley as assistant Principal McHabe, and Neil Gever as the tough hoodlum, Joe Ferrone. UP Tire DOWN STAIRCASE Cut Francinc Gardner . .. Ann Bonflgllo Katherine Wolxov . • • we rivoQivi Ellen • • Wy VOClOWlljr |T.Uf»in w Elisabeth Ellis .. Heather Safir Troy Gallant .. Darren Poley Beth Ginsberg Dorrie Goldhlrsh Place: Calvin Coolldr.e Hlrh School, New York City Time: The Present There will be a 15-mlnute Intermission between Acts I and II. Feme Friedman Sheri Sadoff Stare Crew Alison Nevber .. Diana Watson Ben Drelfus Rob Ferber Julie Woo Nancy Frank Share Snlley Hu£h Goldman Bruce Vainer Carolann Turn Inner Stauffer Dlnne Ho man Richard Rontch Chria Cluch Solomon Matlsoff Make-up Dorrie Coldhlrsh Steffi Levin Kathy Eloenber Slbel Aydln Lisa Chi sever Michelle Davis Chris Henderson Chris Shakarjian Prompters Robin Arhen Tanya PerTechy Wendy Woldoff Jennifer Bass Faculty Director . Mr. Peter Kelly, Jr. Tom VanVoorhees Technical Advisor Mr. E. Mere Wolf 230STUDENT COUNCIL HOLIDAY DANCEJUNIOR ADVISOR ROOMS RM. 110 RM. 115 RM. 117 Row 1: A. Bell, I. Brough, D. Butler, C. Kulick, A. Bonfiglio, E. Bergen, C. Buccafun, A. Boardman, J. Biletz. Row 2: M. Britt, J. Berlanda, E. Jay, P. Cacciola, K. Carney, L. Brenner, D. Cameron, L. Bellet, T. Betz, J. Bors. Not pictured: S. Berger, J. Beyer, J. Brennan, D. Britchkow, E. Brown, A. Burden, S. Burton. L. Busch, C. Busser. A. Byerley, N. Campbell, W. Carey. Row 1: J. Cilio, T. Croxton, T. Cottom, M. Cohn, A. Condeelis. J. Cassel. D. Cohen. Row 2: J. Cooper, G. Costanzo, M. Clouse, P. Coe. S. Christensen, S. Craig. Not pictured: M. Carter, K. Cassidy, P. Castorina, S. Cataldi, D. Clifton, R. Cohen, C. Collins, A. Connelly, E. Conway, M. Conway, A. Curran, C. Custer, J. D'Elia, D. Dambrackus. S. Dansky. Row 1: L. Day, D. Disandro, C. Dipasquale, R. Facciolo, V. Ewmg, K. Dougherty, E. Diegel, M. Depaul. Row 2: D. Dockstader, j. Dipaolantonio. A. Dratch, J. Doyle, A. Dries, M. Driscoll, V. Danta. Not pictured: J. Davies, M. Davis. K. Demarco. V. Dennis, D. Depaul, J. Dimond, M. Dinkins, A. Dixon, J. Dominic, C. Eash. 238JUNIOR ADVISOR ROOMS Row 1: S. Fine, V. Garramone. M. Galio, F. Fnedman, R. Ferber, N. Farrell. Row 2: N. Gardiner, J. Glafls. C. Giuch, K. Giroud, L. Faison. Row 3: L. Gargan, D. Fitzgerald, N. Fields, L. Ferracci, W. Freeman. Not pictured: D. Fentos, S. Fleck, B. Gallagher, B. Ginsberg. Row 1: A. Goldhaber, D. Grossman, B. Gulyas, J. Gordon, K. Greenfield, V. Griet, M. Goldstein. C. Greenblatt. Row 2: P. Graser, M. Grande, T. Hack. T. Grasty. A. Greenfield, S. Goldsmith. T. Green. S. Gray. Not pictured: R. Gordon. M. Greathead, B. Grenald. A. Haley, T. Hanna. Row 1: C. Hazelton, P. Hummel, B. Harris, H. Haussler, N. Hungsavaisya, W. Horrocks. Row 2: R. Hovis, J. lanieri, R. Honigan. F. Harris, R. Immordino. C. Hipwell, I. Hirschberg. Not pictured: D. Heath, C. Henderson, P. Hicks, I. Hoag, D. Holloway. RM. 120 RM. 122 RM. 126 2 39JUNIOR ADVISOR ROOMS RM. 129 Row 1: D. Kaye, A. Karolczak, J. Jasper, T. Jeanquart, G. Judowski. A. Jiles, H. Katz. D. Johnson. Row 2: R. Kessler, A. Kauffman. K. Kaufman, J. Jones. A. Johnson. D. James. E. Israel. A. Jackson, D. Kafnssen. Not pictured: V. Jonas, D. Kaiser, R. Kelner. RM. 233 RM. 238 Row 1: M. Kramer. C. King, M. Komins. C. Lee, E. Lapa, K. Klass, A. Lang, S. Kramer. V. Kocher, C. Lane. Row 2: P. Kim, J. Leavitt. C. Kuehn, R. Lapham, K. Lee, R. Learn, R. Koder, M. Leon, P. Kistler, A. Ladebur. Not pictured: J. Kluver, G. Koval. C. Kowalczyk. C. Kulick, R. Lauch. A. Lauts, J. Lawrence. T. Lee. J. Lennox. Row 1: S. Maier, A. Littig, M. Magyar, J. Levin, E. Mailman, L. Lorch, P. Mason, L. May. Row 2: E. Lombard, L. Levine, K. Lukens, T. Mancini, H. Mackler, K. Mahs, L. Levy, A. Lieberman. L. Manno, I. Magill. Row 3: M. Mayo, U. Markiewicz, J. Dimond, R. Markham, J. Macleod, B. Mandel, S. Lloyd, C. Lineman. Not pictured: D. Lynch, E. Madsen. S. Ma-gruder. 240JUNIOR ADVISOR ROOMS Row 1: D. Metz, J. McAndrew. J. McFadden, E. McLaughlin. M. Merovitz, M. McMahon, K. McFadden, K. McDonald, B. Millstem. Row 2: W. Mishkin, E. Metz, J. McDowell. T. McGonigle. S. McCarren, L. Meckling. M. McClanahan, M. Milanese, V. McKinney. Not pictured: D. McCall. R. McCloskey. A. McDonnel, 1. McIntyre. T. McKenry, L. McNair, B. Messerschmidt, A. Meyer, C. Meyer, I. Miller, T. Milligan, S. Monheit. Row 1: M. Peal. C. O'Mullan. J. Parr, S. Okamoto, A. Pak, V. Mott. B. Nieh, H. Park. C. Ozols, M. Moylan, J. Nowicki. Row 2: K. Parker, G. Owens, S. Nophut, J. Newell, D. Paauwe, S. Munoz, L. Peirce, J. Oldham, P. Nino, M. Pavlow, J. Oxendme, T. Moore. Not pictured: A. Moore. J. Morris. W. Murtha. L. O'Connor. T. Orlina, J. Perkins. Row 1: J. Muldowney. M. Quinn. K. Pohl. P. Purdy, C. Pugliese, A. Puntel. M. Primus. S. Psula, L. Plum. Row 2: S. Petersen. W. Petherbndge, A. Quarles, I. Petersen. S. Gallant. S. Eberhardt, S. Power. P. Silberman. A Bednarsky. Not pictured: S. Pettinato, S. Piazza, E. Pingue, C. Pinkney. R. Pitkow. D. Pittman. L. Pripstein, V. Procter, T. Prouty. RM. 240 RM. 241 RM. 243 241JUNIOR ADVISOR ROOMS RM. 249 RM. 251 RM. 252 Row 1: D. Schmidt, D. Schmid, D. Santman. J. Rubin. S. Scott, Row 2: I. Schecter, L. Schwartz, K. Sechrist. P. Searls, D. Sewell, M. Schummer, K. Schecter. Not pictured: C. Ross, S. Ross, S. Rowland. L. Ryan, H. Safir, M. Saunders. N. Savage, R. Scalfidi, J. Schafl, J. Schwartz, E. Sciortino, M. Scott. Row 1: L. Siler, D. Silverberg, J. Smith, C. Simpson, K. Singley, R. Shuttleworth, L. Smith. K. Shubin, J. Silverman. J. Schaff, C. Shakarjian. E. Short. Row 2: J. Rarick, J. Shea, S. Shreiner, S. Simmonds, T. Sexton, E. Sciortino. M. Shamlian. L. Sharp. A. Sheppard, G. Shore. R. Silberstein. Not pictured: B. Silikovitz, A. Silva, M. Sims, H. Smith. Row 1: K. Sechrist, S. Stronach, J. Stielgelman, D. Stallworth, M. Staniszewski. T. Smith, S. Stallings, S. Stuhltrager. M. Strunk, L. Suckey. T. Stevens, D. Spagnolia, C. Storali. Row 2: R. Silberstein. H. Steinberg. A. SokoloH, E. Sciortino, B. Sternberg. D. Strauss. C. Staley. M. Summers. J. Stoddard, D. Stryker. M. Sorber. K. Strittmatter. C. Super. Not pictured: L. Smith, C. Spitzkopf, D. Steinbrecher, T. Stone. 242JUNIOR ADVISOR ROOMS Row 1: S. Till, K. Tynan, S. Timbers, D. Vaughn. E. Tancor, J. Topkis, M. Tompkins, P. Tucker. Row 2: J. Taylor, T. Sexton, K. Thomas, D. Temple, S. Sutton, A. Verratti. Not pictured: P. Sweeney, C. Thayne, R. Thompson, V. Thompson, W. Tolbert, L. Tomeo, I. Tucker, D. Uchitel, D. Valentine, M. Vetn, K. Vitelli, D. Voelker. Row 1: L. Wachinski, C. Wigand, K. Wilkinson, T. Wallis, T. Watson, J. Wag a, B. Wilson. Row 2: G. Wiggins, D. Williams, L. Walter, E. Wilhelm, R. Walker, R. Whitney. B. Wainer, R. Watts, L. Williams. Not pictured: M. Waite, T. Warfield, T. Washington. C. Weggel, F. Weinberg. S. Weinberger, S. Werley, R. Williams, J. Wilson. Row 1: W. Woldoff, D. Zappm, M. Wormley, Y. Zambrana, S. Wood, R. Wright, E. Young. J. Wolfe. Row 2: R. Zaslow, M. Wnght, J. Winters, S. Woemer. M. Yulsman. R. Silberstein, T. Sexton, S. Wynn, E. Wurster. Not pictured: M. Woerner, A. Wolfinger, J. Woodfolk, A. Wright, J. Wright, M. Yampolsky, S. Yerkes, D. Yetman, A. Zbinden. RM. 253 RM. 255 RM. P215 243Junior Advisor Rooms JR. TECH RM. S-4A RM. S-103 Row 1: G. Saylor. M. Zn«ak, J. Saunders. R. Duncan. M. Kidd, L. Bodony, J. Pryszlak. D. Werley, M. Altenburger. Row 2: F. Krull, M. Yannes. M. Lightner. D. Woodruff. D. Romeo. K. Reilly, J. Radoff, M. Pauza, J. Rauch. G. Picked. Row 3: M. Koch, M. McCormick, E. McAleer, J. Keeley. T. Slattery. F. Giovinazzo, J. DiMana. Not pictured: A. Anderman, W. Carter, M. Cook, C. Collins. M. Dickison, B. Dreifus, C. Finck, K. Hamilton, D. Hein, R. Houser. R. Kemler. D. Kocher. W. Letak, S. Lybrand. J. McNeill, K. Meggison, J. Muldow-ney. M. Reap, E. Schmidt. J. Steigelmann. Row 1: D. Allen. C. Adkins. C. Anthony, E. Apolinario. M. Balandovich. A. Berkowitz. K. Bell, A. Banks. C. Bardol, S. Bacal. Row 2: D. Bailey. J. Allen, A. Abowitz. F. Allen. D. Bauerle. M. Arbittier, D. Bacharach. D. Benchouk. Not pictured: K. Adams. A. Albert. M. Balanda. S. Barlow. L. Baskin. D. Becker, J. Begley, N. Bender, K. Benson. L. Berger. Row 1: B. Dunn. C. Diaddezio. B. Dorshimer. T. Donnell. H. Dieterly, J. Eiseman, D. Dipaolantonio, E. Downey. A. Durkin. Row 2: M. Dougherty, J. Duskey, M. Dimon. L. Early, R. Dinkins, J. Elick. Not pictured: R. Dennis, J. Destefano, P. DiPalma. R. Dorsey. T. Duggins. R. Durica, D. Duszkiewicz, R. Ellingsworth. 244Sophomore Advisor Room Row 1: F. Friedman, L. Garlotta, H. Goldhaber, K. Gallagher, B. Garbutt. K. Galie, G. Gelman, M. Ginsburg, J. Friedman. Row 2:1. Geiger, B. Gerber, D. Geiger, J. Garramone, K. Gilkin, W. Gibson, J. Furlow, N. Gever, J. Gabbamonte, D. Goldhaber, S. Gahagan. Not pictured: R. Gamburg, S. Garrett, L. Genesio, S. Gipprich. RM. S-106 Row 1: M. Hoffman, S. Herrmann, M. Horan. N Harvey, D. Heitzman, C. Heath. K. lacker, B. Humes, C. Hartman, L. Houseknecht, L. Hinerfeld, A. Jackson. Row 2: G. Illingworth, A. Hoffman, M. Kill, D. Hector, J. Harvey, M. Hollars, T. Houston, R. Hughes, D. Haynos, D. Hughes, R. Hughes. Not pictured: J. Hartman, J. Heuges, M. Higgins, J. Hoff, S. Hunt. Row 1: M. Levy. S. Magill. K. Maier, L. Macelwee. L. Lightner. J. Maier. C. Lotz, R. Malnati, S. Lindley, L. Lindsay. Row 2: K. Macauley, M. Maltman, D. Leonard, D. Loew, B. List, D. Lee, E. Longstreth, J. Malloy, P. Maline. Not pictured: M. Leonard, S. Lieberman. D. Lipson, K Lukasavage. RM. S-109 RM. S-113 245SOPHOMORESSophomore Advisor Rooms Rm. 102 Rm. 103 Row 1: S. Manson, S. McGlumphy, M. McGinnis. C. McFadden, L. McClinton, K. Mawhin-ney, N. McColgan. Row 2: J. Martinez, M. Martella, J. Marks, R. Maxwell, G. Martin, C. Matthews, L. Marion, S. Matisoff, J. Marinucci. Not pictured: R. Mangiaruga, M Marshall, M. Marshall. W. Martin, N. Matyszczak. K. May, S. McCarr, B. McCauley, A. McCoy. Row 1: K. Morns, L. Mundy, J. McNamara, J. Millman, S. Mikelberg, M Moms. K. Nollendorfs, S. Miller, L. Merion, I. Miller, E. Miller, D. Mulkewycz, E. Miller. Row 2: J. McVay, j. Meyers, E. Muhl, R. Morrissette, J. Nerenberg, K. Money. B. McGrath, C. Nix, K. McKeever, H, Moon, T. Nguyen. J. Moms. Not pictured: D. Mclnnes, D. Muller. Rm. 105 Row 1: S. Palacio, S. Pmkney. T. Norris, S. Okabayashi, D. Nuessel, M. Pitts, B. Peirce, S. Pitkow, I. Patnck. H. Platt, D. Pichaj, C. Nowicki, Row 2: C. Olimpo, L. Perlman, L. Parker, R. Overholt. W. Penderghest. B. Philyaw, T. Parsha, S. Philips, I. Piunti, S. Pietak, V. O'Donoghue. R. Older. Not pictured: I. Oesterle. J. Parker. 248Sophomore Advisor Rooms Row 1: J. Pulley, S. Ritter, K. Rahn, V. Reynolds, T. Ridgeway, D. Pollock, B. Riley, J. Pursley, K. Rambo. Row 2: W. Rivkin, R. Rose, M. Rosner, D. Reale. C. Saboe. D. Roley, G. Riehm, R. Rath, A. Poffarl, T. Reese. Not pictured: S. Power, A. Recik, P. Reichner, B. Roberts. C. Romeo, W. Rose, A. Russell. Row 1: T. Schweizer. P. Salazar. J. Schott, M. Sarma, S. Schramm, A. Saylor, B. Seiter, T. Segal, T. Santangela, S. Schwartzstein. Row 2: H. Scherrer, G. Seydel, S. Santora, R. Schuyler. T. Schwarz, B. Schmid. C. Saurman, I. Sanders. Not pictured: S. Sadoff. L. Saunders. M. Schink, D. Schmidt, R. Schreiner, T. Semn. Sharkey. S. Sharkey. Row 1: A. Smith, C. Silver, S. Smith, I. Sharp, C. Shields. L. Sheckman. G. Shenk, V. Sokolove. L. Speigel S. Smiley. N. Shaw. A Sitasz. K. Siegel. Row 2: S. Smith. A. Simbo, M. Slenn, S. Smith, D. Soloman. A. Smith, D. Schmitt. R. Slam. I Sheeran. B. Slenn, L. Spector, B. Shrager Not pictured: S. Silverman. K. Singleton. D. Snyder, R. Sommerfeld. D. Spencer. Rm. 210 Rm. 212 Rm. 216 249SOPHOMORE ADVISOR ROOMS RM. 219 RM. 221 RM. 233A Row 1: S. Taylor, I. Sturm. T. Stnttmatter, L. Tinsman. M. Timm, A. Stem. G. Stahl. B. Stallworth. Row 2: G. Stansbury, M. Stoduto, J. Swift, P. Sykes, R. Strulson, V. Swoope, W. Strange, P. Traynor, J. Steigelmann, B. Strauss. S. Thompson. Not pictured: S. Spoils, A. Starr, N. Strand. D. Sykes. W. Teeple. P. Thomas. L. Thompson. T. Thomson. Row 1: D. Tremblay, A. Watkins. M. Watkins, I. Trofin. K. Wear. I. Washington, W Watt, T. Trost, K. Twyman. M. West, L. Varallo. Row 2: M. Wengert, J. Waters, E. Vail. A. Valeri, I. Vogel. E. Vaughn, A. Vukasovic, P. VanBuren, O. Vance. J. Ward, D. Vaughn. Not pictured: A. Tress. R. Turner, M. Wagner, A. Warner, C. Walsh. Row 1: S. Zoller, J. Wilson, L. Yoder, L. Zemitis, J. Zenstein, A. Williams. D. Williams. D. White, T. Zollo. Row 2: D. Woods, S. Yi. J Wolf. R. Wurster. A. Zentner, R. Whitney. J. Wilson. R. Zucker. Not pictured: C. Whalen, C. Williams. D. Williams, N. Wilson, M. Woodruff, R. Wysocki. D. Yun. A. Zimmerman. 250SOPHOMORE ADVISOR ROOMS SOPH. TECH Row 1: A. King. A. Warner. R. Butler. S. Long. P. Thomas, C. Reed. L. Ridge. L. Agster. Row 2: S. Mallozzi, P. Slavin, J. Stidham. B. Timoney. Row 3: J. Glass. K. Adams. B. Monterosso. A. Berensmann, S. Montgomery. Row 4 T. Plau, E. McAleer, D. Russell, G. Cambridge. M. Koch. M. Gallagher. R. Roatch, N. Serratore. Not pictured: K. Davis. K. Degen, D. Farrell, T. Hankinson, E. Hartman. E. Johnson, R. Littman. R. Loeffler, S. Long, J. Love, H. Lowery. S. Mallozzi. J. McDermott, R. Medycki, K. Moss, J. Nen, B. Small. A. Thomas, R. Towey, D. Walden, N. Washington, C. Weaks. S. Weisbrot. 251252 Abington Art AcademyI'd rather be bobbing for apples. ...and then he slipped his arm around her waist. Doorway poser 253Maybe if I keep smiling he’ll think I'm paying attention. That's why they are soph mores, not seniors. Where did you say Burger King was? I finally found it Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Michael Jackson But Were Too Afraid To Ask.SENIOR STATISTICS Acker, Rodney J. 2741 Pine Ave., N. Hills, Pa. 19038. Band 9, 10, 11 Adams. Lori Ann. 2434 Norwood Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Adams. Michael R. 1437 White Owl Rd.. Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Basketball 9; Baseball 10; Football 9, 10, 11; track 9, 10. Alexander. Ken S. 2320 Romig Rd.. Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Altman, Julie M. 1850 London Rd.. Abington, Pa. 19001. Student Council Rep. 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council Rep. 10. 11, 12; Affiliation club 11; Band 10, 11; Cheerleaders 9. 10, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11. 12; Oracle 9, 10. 11. 12; Varsity A 12. Amici, lizanne M. 1515 Edgewood Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Apolinario, Carmel E. 1180 Lindsay La., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Track 11; Camera Club 12; French Club 11. 12; Honor society 9, 10; Italian Club 12; Oracle 12; Usherettes 11. Agumo, Anthony J. 334 Hamel Ave., N. Hills, Pa. 19038. Ice Hockey 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9; Football 9. Anas, Frank w. 1061 Huntingdon Pike. Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Band 9. 10, 11; Guitarist For School Plays. Armstead, Anthony paul. 119 Cheisea Ave., N. Hills, Pa. 19038 Band 9, 10, 11. 12; Jazz Band. Armwood, Kelvin C. 2436 Woodland Rd.. Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Baseball 11, 12. Astbury, Pamela Jo. 324 Tyson Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Basketball 9; Field Hockey 9, 10. 11. 12. Auerbach, Julie. 1436 Lewis Rd., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Tennis Team 10. 11. 12; Yearbook (Editor) 12 Bahls, Michelle E. 657 Hamson Ave., Ardsley, Pa. 19038. Class Council Rep. 12; Baseball 11. 12; Swimming Team 10, 11, 12; Oracle 12; Varsity A 12. Barba. Lori Annmaria. 2536 Edgecomb Ave.. Glenside, Pa. 19038 Bass, Jennifer Lynn. 1409 Stephen Rd., Meadowbrook, Pa. 19046 Begley, Theresa J. 1239 Boone Ave., Roslyn, Pa., 19001. Bowling 11. Begley, Timothy. 1239 Boone Ave., Roslyn, Pa., 19001. Berg Jeff. 634 Meadowbrook Dr., Huntingdon, Pa., 33319. Football 11, 12; Carmel 11. 12. Bertsch, Laura Amerman. 1812 Roberta Ave., Abington, Pa., 19001 soccer 9. Bisacqumo, Craig LOuis. 1644 Fitzwatertown Rd., Willow Grove, Pa, 19090. Baseball 9; Soccer 9, 10, 11; Italian Club 10, 11; Varsity A 11. Blackwell, Theresa Ann. 1662 Arnold Ave., Willow Grove, Pa., 19090. Bodo Paul S. 1382 Osbourne Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Baseball 9; Usherettes 9, 10. Blount, Alexander B. 1669 Fairview Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Computer Club. Boekel. Edward A. 2322 triebel Rd.. Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Bogdanoff, Sharon Joy. 204 Glen Place, Elkins Park, Pa. 19117 Bonfiglio, Eileen Elizabeth. 1566 Reservoir Ave., Roslyn. Pa. 19001 Botel. Lawrence R. 381 Beaver Hollow Rd., Jenkintown, Pa. 19046 Tennis 9, 10, 11. Honor Society 9; Computer Club 10. Brandenburger, Kenneth Richard. 1071 Maple Ave., Ardsley, Pa. 19038. Class cOuncil Rep. 9; Basketball 9; Baseball 9; Football 9; Band 9, 10. Braufman. Kirk Lloyd. 624 Oakshade Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. 19117. Student Council Rep. 12; Cross-Country 9; Tennis 11,12 Band 9, 10. 11. Bray, James William. 1252 Huntingdon Rd.. Abington, Pa. 19001 Bas-keyball 9, 10. 11. 12. Brennan, Tracy Marie. 1125 Colonial Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Choir 9, 10; Creative Writing 12. Brice, Lona L. XI N. Hills Ave., N. Hills, Pa. 19038. Class Council Rep. 11, 12; Black Student UNion 11, 12. Brockmeyer. David Wayne. 21X Pleasant Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. EMCO Tech. Carpentry. Bronton, Donna Marie. 22X Mt. Carmel Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Band 9. Broomer, Crystal Lynn. 1664 Park Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. Class Council Secretary 11; Basketball 9, 10. Oracle 12; Black Student Union 10, 11. Brown, Angela E. 1X2 Lindbergh Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19X1. Class Council Rep. 11, 12; Black Student Union 11, 12. Brown, Craig, Philips. 1034 Highland Ave., Abington, Pa. 19X1. Class Council Pres. 10; Swimteam 10. 11, 12; Lacross 9, 10. 11. 12; Creative Writing 12; Oracle 12; Varsity A 12. Brown, Dorothy L. 1372 Edgewood Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19X1. Buccafuri, Francesca Teresa. X2 Tennis Ave., N. Hills. Pa. 1XX. Class Council Rep. 9, 10, 11; Italian Club 10. 11. Buccafuri, Rosario. 23X Weldon Ave., Glenside. Pa. 1XX Ice Hock ey. Buccafuri, Salvatore J. X2 Tennis Ave., N. Hills, Pa. 1XX Burg, Diane Louise. 1308 Rose Rd., Roslyn, Pa. 19X1. Cacciola, John. 453 Township Line Road. Elkins Park, PA 19117. FBLA 12. Carroll, Susan Ann. 1955 Lycoming Avenue, Abington, PA 19X1. Student Council 10; Class Council 12; Lacrosse 9; Honor Society 12; Oracle Editor 12; Spanish Club 11. Casey, Mary Frances. 440 Cricket Avenue, North Hills, PA 1XX. Field Hockey 9. Casey, Scott Clifton. 2145 Myrtlewood Avenue, Abington. PA 19X1. Ice Hockey 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12. 2S6SENIOR STATISTICS Castner, Andrea. 2259 Cross Road, Glenside, PA 19038. Choir 11, 12; Orchestra 9. lo, 11, 12; Madrigals 11, 12. Castro, Adam M. 2985 Carnation Avenue, Willow Grove. PA 19090. CaiJtierman. Mary 1115 Lindsay lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Track 9; Choir 9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Oracle. Catoni. Massimiliano. 1238 Boone Avenue. Roslyn, PA 19001. Italian Club 9, 10. 11, 12. Christian, Margaret Elizabeth. 723 Araen Road, Jenkintown, PA 19046. Class Council 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity A 11. 12. Clare, Tracy Lynn. 1301 Osbourne Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10; Band Front 10; Library Aid 9. Conley, Susan A. 1259 Huntingdon Road, Abington, PA 19001. Basketball 9, 10, 11; Soccer Manager 10, 11; Honor Society 11; New Life 10, 11. Conti, Pamela Ann. 322 North Easton Road. Glenside. PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 9, 10, 11. 12; Soccer 10, 11; Field Hockey 9; Computer Club 10. Cook, Katherine M. 2613 Amaud Avenue, Glenside. PA 19038. Affiliation Club 11. 12; Swim Instructor 11, 12; German Club; Creative Writing 11; Spectre 12; World Affairs 12. Cooney, Christime m. 1268 Grovania Avenue, Abington. PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 10; Band 9, 10. Cooper, Leslie Alexis. 1927 Nicholas Drive, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 Student Council 9. 10, 11; Class Council 9, 10. 11. Cornell, John. 140 Perry Street, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Baseball 9, 10, 11. 12; Football 9, 10; Basketball 9. Costanzo, Fred Paul. 426 Edge Hill Road, North Hills, PA 19038. Coyle, John B. 640 Roseland Avenue, Phila., PA 19111. Crawford, John J. 229 Woodlyn Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Football 12. Crenshaw, Earl Angelo. 833 Jenkintown Road, Elkms Park, PA 19117. Student Council 10, 12; Class Council 10, 12; Basketball 11. 12; Baseball 9; Track 11; Honor Society 12; Black Student Union 12. Crimian, Amy Beth. 1865 Keith Road, Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 11; Class Council 11; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11. 12. Crimian, Lisa E. 1865 Keith Road. Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 11, 12; Class Council 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; ology 11; Varsity A 11, 12. Cybulka, Rich John. 320 Leona Avenue. Huntingdon Valley, Pa 19006 Czerwonka, Christopher J. 875 Tyson Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Class Council 11, 12; Football 9, 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 (captain); Band 9, 10; Orchestra 9; Varsity ”A 11, 12. Davis. Traceylynn. 1004 Burke Street, Rockledge, PA. 19111. Soccer 11 DeCisare, Gina. 2465 Lafayette Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19 Delgado, Adrienne Deaidra. 950 Cypress Avenue, Elkins Park, PA. 19117. Swimming 10; Debate 12. DeMannella, Deborah. 2708 Welsh Road. Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Detwiler. Amy E. 1714 Ridgeway Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Soccer Manager. Devers, Judy C. 2618 Miriam Avenue, Roslyn. PA. 19001. Student Council 9, 10. 11; Class Council 9, 10, 11; Choir 9, 10; FBLA 9. Dieckman, Alice. 564 Meadowbrook Drive, Huntingdon Valley. PA. 19006. DiMassa, Diane E. 936 Old Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Basketball 9. 10, 11. 12; Marching Band 10. 11. 12; Choir 11; Honor Society 9, 10. 11, 12; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12. Diamond. Judy Anne. 1407 Lindbergh Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Class Council 9, 10, 11; Swimming 9. 10; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12. Dinkins, Ronald Heywood. 1629 Fairview Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Football 9. 10, 11. 12; Track 11. DiPalma, Jopeph. 2903 Megler Avenue. Ardsley, PA. 19030. Dobrowski, Richard Charles. 1155 Easton Road, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Donovan, Sandy L. 2481 Radcliffe Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Dunham. Susan Lynne. 908 Edge Hill Road, Glenside, PA. 19038. Choir 9; Honor Society 9. Dunn, Jacquelyn, E. 340 Roslyn Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Band 9, 10. Durkin, Kevin P. 2334 Tague Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Eggert, Anna Marie. 26 Moredon Road. Huntingdon Valley, PA 19046. Eisenberg. Katherine Ann. Paul Brook Lane, Meadowbrook. PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 11; French Club 11; Manager for Football 11, 12; Junior Prom Queen. Eisner, Erik Craig. 2718 Moreland Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Rifle 12. Elton, Fred Patrick. 126 Fox Street, Rockledge. PA 19111. Football 9, 10. 11, 12; Wrestling 9, 10, 11. 12. Enright, Patricia. 211 Woodlyn Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 11, 12; Class Council 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 11. 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity A 11, 12, Unicef Club 10, 11. Ewasko, Lisa J. 1055 Maple Avenue. Ardsley, PA 19038. Faison, Craig. 1532 Arline Road, Roslyn. PA 19001. Football 9. 10; Track 11, 12; Varsity “A 12. Fees, Regina Amy. 719 Maple Avenue. Ardsley, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 10; Swimming Team 9, 10. 11, 12; Honor Society 9; Diving Team 9. 10, 11, 12; Varsity “A 12; Art Club 9, 10. Felder, Troy Andre. 1333 Osbourne Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Track 12; Chess 12. Ferguson, John Holmes. 1339 Wheatsheaf Lane. Abington, PA 19001. 257SENIOR STATISTICS Fiederer, Lee S. 705 Pembroke Road. Rydal. PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 11. 12; Baseball 9; Debate 12; All School Play 11, 12; Newspaper 10. 11, 12. Fields, Jill A. 1356 Warner Road, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 12; Marching Band 11, 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Oracle (Editor) 12; Orchestra 12; Concert Band 9, 10. 11, 12. Finkelstein, Lon Jeffrey. 476 Susquehanna Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 11; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Bowling 10; Ice Hockey 10. 11, 12. Fiorillo, James Steven. 526 Susquehanna Street, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Baseball 9, 10; Golf 11, 12. Fitzgerald, Tim Michael. 2957 Meyer Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038. Wrestling 10, 11, 12. Force, Linda Ann. 774 Hamel Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038. Frank, Sally Ann. 845 Dale Road, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Cross Country 11; Affiliation Club 11; Band 9, 10; French Club 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Orchestra 10, 11; Theatre Honorary 10, 11 (Treasurer). Frazier, James C. 1904 Sharon Road, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Football 9; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12. Freedman, Marc B. 1321 Clarke Road, Roslyn, PA 19001. Freeman, Thomas W. 1345 Edgewood Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Friedman, Randi Joi. 1409 Hampton Road, Rydal, PA 19046. Bowling, 10; French Club, 12; Class Council, 12. Friedman. Joann Lisa. 203 Marco Road. Elkins Park. PA 19117. Student Council, 9, 10; Class Council, 11. 12; Honor Society 11. 12; Spectre 12; Sprite 10. furcron, Carolyn Beth. 2761 Miriam Avenue Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 11. 12; Class Council 11. 12; Debate 12; Usherettes 11, 12. Gaber. Cathy A. 1042 Henrietta Avenue, Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Student Council 9. 11. 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11. 12; Oracle 11. Gagbanese, Liliana. 804 Tyson Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Field Hockey 9, 10; Band Front 12; Choir 9, 11, 12; Key Club 11. 12; Usherettes 9, 10. 11, 12. Gaines, Kevin Lewis. 2716 Phipps Avenue. Willow Grove, PA 19090. Gallant, Troy Benjamin. 1408 Stocton Road, Meadowbrook, Pa 19046. udent Council President 10; Student Council Representative 9, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10. 11, 12; Tennis 10; Unicef 10; Usherettes 10; All School Musical 11, 12; Newspaper 9, 10. Gamburg, Suzanne Jill. 642 Meadowbrook Drive. Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Spanish Club 12; Swim Aide 11; Convalescent Home Aide 9. Gannon, Christine. 1336 Partridge Road. Rosyln, PA 19001. Swimming Team 10, 11; Varsity A 11. Gant, Tyrone Erie. 1615 Fairview Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9. 10, 12; Baseball 9; French Club 11; Black Student Union 12. Gaston, Howard S. 2636 Lamott Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Black Student Union 11, 12. Gleason, William T. 774 Rosyln Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Basketball 9; Baseball 9; Soccer 9, 10, 11; Track 10. 11. 12. Godwin, Amy Beth. 643 Garden Road, Glenside. PA 19038. Student Council Secretary 11; Student Council Representative 9, 10, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 11, 12; Majorettes 9; French Club 11; Sports Club 10, 11, 12; Theatre Honorary 9, 10; Unicef 9, 10, 11. 12; Intermediate Unit 11; Student Swim Safety 11. 12; World Affaire 11. Goldhaber. Linda Anne. 1821 North Holls Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Band 9, 10, 11. 12; Marching Band 11, 12. Goldhirsh, Dorrie Elizabeth. 1523 Grove Avenue, Jenkintown, PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council Treasurer 9, 10; Class Council Representative 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10; Track 9; Gymnastics Team 9. 10, 11 (Captain); Affiliation Club 11 (Treasurer) ARTW 12; Band 10, 11. 12; French Club 11; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Theatre Honorary 10, 11, 12; Varsity A 11, 12; Jazz Band 11, 12; Newspaper 11, 12 (advertising editor). Goldstein, Abby Joy. 559 Oak Shade Avenue. Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 12; Class Council 11, 12; Affiliation Club 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 9. Graham, Christopher W. 1235 Boone Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Baseball 9. 10. Gramlich, Cheryl. 851 Maple Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038. Gulick, Kimberly Ann. 2129 Benezet Road, Abington, PA 19001. Gunton, Jim T. 1335 Fairacres Road, Rydal, PA 19046, Class Council President; Tennis 9, 11. 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 9. 11. 12; Spectre 11. Varsity A 11, 12. Haley, John P. 1565 Edgewood Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Soccer 9, 10, 11. 12; Golf 10. 11; Honor Society 9, 10; Ske Club 9, 10. Harris, Debra R. 1060 Pheasant Road, Rydal. PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council Representative 10, 11; Class Council Secretary 11; Bowling 9, 10; Honor Society 9; Spanish Club 10; Newspaper 10; Corresponding Secretary 10. Harris, Jennie Susan. 101 North Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; World Affaire Club lo; New Life 11, 12; School Play 11. Hartman, Michelle. 301 Church Road, Abington, PA 19111. Track 11. Hattal, Richard R. 1649 Crestview Avenue. Willow Grove, PA 19090. Band 10, 11. Hays, Debra Kim. 2186 Galloway Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Class Council 10. Heinman, Peter L. 2069 Glenwood Avenue. Glenside, PA 19038. Baseball 9, 10. 11. Heiser, Cheryl. 924 Burke Street, Rockledge, PA 19111. Track 11; Usherette 11. Helm, Robert A. 409 Elm Avenue. North Hills, PA 19038. Baseball 9. 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11. 12. Helwig, Robert Paul. 2418 Rosemore Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Lacrosse 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10. 258SENIOR STATISTICS Herrmann, Shawm Denise. 326 Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Track 10, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9; News Bureau 11, 12; Varsity A 12. Hiller, Susanna Cindy. 2116 Susquehanna Road, Abington, PA 19001. Gymnastics Team 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10; Oracle 11; Oracle Editor 12; Choir 9. Hirschman. Mara. 1410 Edgewood Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Class Council 9; Choir 9. 10. 11, 12; Swimmers Aide 12. Hines, Virginia Ann. 1171 Mildied Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Student Council Representative 9; Student Council Treasurer 12; Class Council Representative 9; Class Council Treasurer 12; Basketball 12; Choir 9, 10. Hoffman, James Alan. 939 Leopard Road, Rydal, PA 19046. Soccer 9, 10; Latin Club 11, 12; News Bureau 11; Oracle 11; Oracle Editor 12. Holland, Barbara Carol. 3 Loney Street, Rockledge, PA 19111. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Latin Club 9. 10, 11. 12. Halton, Craig Robert. 1457 Huntingdon. Road, Abington. PA 19001. Hughes. Sue. 3020 Old Welsh Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Hunter, Kelly M. 2902 Rossiter Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Field Hockey 9, 10, 11. 12; Softball 9. 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10; Concert Band 9, 10. Kalbfleisch, Lisa Marie. 944 Cypress Avenue, Elkins Park, PA 19117. French Club 11. Kaye. Judith Ann. 1040 Lindsay Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council Representative 9, 11; Student Council Parliamentarian 10; French Club 11 President; Honor Society 9, 10. 11, 12; Newspaper Editor 10, 11; Newspaper 11; Oracle Co-Editor-in Chief 12; Usherettes 10. Kennedy. Colleen Marie. 1513 Edgewood Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Choir 9, 10; Creative Writing 11; Italian Club 11. Kimes, Michael Anthony. 2807 Lamott Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Amateur Radio Club 9; Library Aide 10; Aerospace Club 11. Keorkuian, Gary Scott. 1805 Lukens Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Student Council 9; Student Council Parliamentarian 10. Kleinguenther, Karen L. 1009 Winchester Street, Rockledge, PA 19111. Kline, Kathleen Ann. 671 Cricket Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038. Koefler, Martin James. 1943 Acorn Lane. Abington, PA 19001. Concert Band. Koehler, Laura Jean. 1923 Old Welsh Road, Abington, PA 19001. Tennis 10; Lacrosse 10; Field Hockey 9. Lowery. Robert S. 1209 Jericho Road, Abington, PA. 19001. Student Council 9, 10; Golf 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacross 9. Larson, John (Jack) A. 1859 Cleveland Avenue, Abington, PA. 19001. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10. 11, 12; Cross-Country 9. 10; Varsity A 11, 12. Lerch, Deborah A. 344 Evergreen Road, Jenkintown, PA. 19046. Student Council 9, 10. 11. 12; Class Council (Secretary) 11. 12; Cheerleaders 9; French Club 11. 12; FBLA (Vice President) 12; Honor Society 9. 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Usherettes 12; Lacross Manager 10, 11. Lawson. Manolito A. 634 Moredon Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Football 11. 12; Lacross 10, 11. 12; Wrestling 10. 11. 12; Varsity A 12. Lee. Theresa Katheleen. 1049 Anna Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Soccer 10; 12. Lee, Wan Hea Christine. 1459 Osbourne Avenue, Roalyn, PA. 19001. Field Hockey 9; Marching Band Front 10, 11; Honor Society 10; Orchestra 9, 11; Spanish Club (President) 10, 11; World Affairs 10 11, 12. Leitch, Trevor H. 365 Osceola Avenue. Elkins Park, PA. 19117. Basketball 11; Band 9, 10, 11. 12; Black Student Union 12. Leitman. Elliott H. 56 Durand Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Student Council 9, 10. 11. 12; Football 11, 12; Lacross 12; Wrestling 10; Varsity A 12. Lempa, Ferdinand Peter. 225 Edge Hill Road, Glenside, PA. 19038. Baseball 9. 10; Football 9. 10, 11, 12; Varsity A 12. Leonard, Eric David. 1435 Cloverly l ane, Rydal, PA. 19046. Cross-Country 10. 11, 12; Band 9, 10. 11; Orchestra 12; Honor Society 9. 10. 11, 12; Spectre 11, 12; Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra for Musical 9. 10. 11, 12; Computer Club 9. 10. Levin, Steffi J. 10 Chapel Hill Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Choir 9; Court for Prom Queen 11. Levitt, Barrie D. 457 Hickory Road, Huntigdon Valley, PA. 19006. Creative Writing 11; Student Council 9. Lewis, Nancy, J. 1336 Osbourne Avenue, Roalyn, PA. 19001. Field Hockey 9, 10; Marching Band Majorette 10, 11. 12; Band 9, 10, 11. 12; Choir 9, 10. 11, 12; Ecology 12; Usherettes 11, 12; Madrigals 10. 11, 12; Musical Stage Crew 10, 11. 12. Leonard, Scott Andrew. 345 Leona Avenue, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Lichtner, William George. 1880 Edmund Road, Abington, PA. 19001. Wrestling 11. Liebman, Murry S. 1147 Harriett Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 11, 12; Soccer 9; Swimming 11, 12; Tennis 12; Debate 11, 12; FBLA 11, 12; Spanish 12. Lim, Lina-Hyun Joo. 1812 Osbourne Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Key Club. Linder, Paul Werner. 834 Longstreth Avenue. Philadelphia. PA. 19111. Band 9, 10. 11, 12. Littig, Ronald Charles. 1825 Sharon Road. Meadowbrook, PA. 19046. Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacross 10, 11. Litvin. Eric Marc. 1874 Pine Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Baseball 9; Tennis 11. Lotz, Donna S. 1860 Brentwood Road, Abington, Pa. 19001. Student Council 11; Class Council 11, 12; Lacross 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9. 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11. 12; Varsity A 11. 12; Homecoming Court 11, 12. Lotz, Sandra Gail. 1860 Brentwood Road. Abington, PA. 19001. Student Council 11, 12; Lacross 9, 10. 11, 12; Band 9, 10. 11; Honor Society 9, 10. 11, 12; Marching Band 11, 12. 259SENIOR STATISTICS Lowery, Mary L. 1666 Franklin Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Usherettes 10, 11. Maher. Laura Anne. 800 Jenkintown Road, Elkins Park, PA. 19117. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10. 11, 12; Soccer 10. 11, 12; Swimming 9. 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 9; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 9. 10, 11. 12; Usherettes 10, 12; Varisity A 10, 12; Health Careers Club 9, 10, 11, 12. Mahoney. Brigid Elizabeth. 2057 Pleasant Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Soccer 11; Field Hockey 9; Cmera Club 12; Creative Writing 11, 12. Major, Barbara. 1641 Franklin Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Maline, Michael, D. Foxcroft Square Apts. (312), Jenkintown, PA. 19046. Student Council 12; Class Council 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Mallozzi, Mary A. 371 Locust Road, Glenside, PA. 19038. Malpass, Jennifer E. 1414 Birchwood Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19001, Mandler, Jill Christine. 1571 Hampton Road. Rydal, PA. 19046. Class Council 11; Lacross 9. 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11; ARTW 12; Honor Society 10, 12; Abingtonian Editor 10; Oracle Editor (Co-in-Chief). Manor, Victoria V. 1628 Fairview Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Marino, Jennifer Ann. 1625 Crest view Avenue. Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Markey, Karen E. 2228 Menlo Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038 Matthews, Michelle Lynn. 363 Hamel Avenue, North Hills, PA. 19038. Track 9, 10, 11. 12; Varsity A 12. Matthews, Walter L. 363 Hamel Avenue, North Hills, PA. 19038. Football 9; Band 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 10, 11. 12; Honor Society 9. Maxwell, Jennifer Anne. 1450Stocton Road, Meadowbrook, PA. 19046. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 9; Affiliation Club 11; Choir 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Ghost Post 10; Spectre 11; World Affairs 10, 11; German Club 11; Convalescent Home Group 9, 10. Maxwell, Leslie E. 609 Cedar Road. Hollywood, PA. 19111. Marching Band Front 12; Softball 9. Mazzotta, Linda Anne. 1829 Eckard Avenue, Abington, PA. 19001. McCall, Denise M. 632 Kirkwood Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. 19111. Cross-Country 10, 11; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; News Bureau 11; Spectre 11; Varsity A 11. 12. McCallister, Rosemary. 2951 Camatioh Avenue, Wilow Grove, PA. 19090. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 11, 12; Lacross 9, 10, 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9; School Store 10; Varsity A 12. McGee, James P. 1605 North Hills Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Band 9. 10, 11, 12. McGettigan, Robert Kevin. 2114 Oakdale Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Baseball 9. 10; Wrestling 10; Honor Society 9; Ice Hockey 11. McGill, Michael J. 850 Central Avenue, Ardsley, PA. 19038. Baseball 9. 10. 11. 12. 260 McGillian, Terrance Joseph. 2088 Mount Carmel Avenue, Gleside, PA. 19038. McKenry, Patrisha. 1832 Silver Avenue. Abingotn, PA. 19001. Basketball 9. 10, 11. 12; Cross-Country 10; Softball 10, 11, 12. McMahon, Thomas A. 1413 Arline Avenue, Roalyn, PA. 19001. Basketball 9, 10; Soccer 10; Honor Society 9. Medycki, Sherry Danielle. 1515 Arline Avenue, Roalyn, PA. 19001. Messerschmidt, Joan Marie. 2712 Heather Lane, Glenside, PA. 19038. Area Vocational Technical School. Meyers. Ken Lee. 2539 Pershing Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Folk Guitar 9. Mikelberg, Felice I. 1338 Green Road, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Affiliation Club 9; Honor Society 11. 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 11, 12; Abingtonian 11,12 (editor-in-chief); Sprite 9, 10 (editor); Library Aid 9, 10. Millen, Tina Ellene. 1428 Edgewood Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19001. French Club 9. 10, 11, 12; Italian 12; Spanish Club 9, 10. Miller, Tracy Jean. 3019 Turner Avenue, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Choir 9. 10, 11. 12. Minda, Joana Elena. 325 Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Moon, Steve Edwin. 2111 Pleasant Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Morgan, Diane Margaret. 602 Roseland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. 19111. Winter Guard 11, 12; Band Front 10, 11. 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Musical Stage Crew (lighting) 10, 11, 12. Morton, Patrice D.J. 2803 LaMott Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Student Government (Secretary) 10; Class Council (Vice-President) 12 (Representative) 10; Cheerleaders 9, 10, 11. 12 (captain); Human Relations 10; Spanish Club 10 (Secretary); Varsity A 12; Black Student Union 12; Health Careers Club 10; Student Volunteer 10. Najbit, Lisa E. 2507 Susquehanna Street, Roslyn, PA. 19001. Neal, Richard Wayne. 227 Roslyn Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Newberg, Alison Leslie. 1866 Foothill Drive, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Student Government (Representative) 9, 10. 12; Class Council (Representative) 11. 12; ARTW 12; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 12; Girls Soccer 10, 11, 12; Musical 11, 12; Stage Crew 11; Ghost Post Staff 10; Sprite Staff 10; Drama 12. Nickerson, Hope. 2348 Hamilton Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. O'Connor, Joseph Michael. Swimming Team 11, 12; Bowling 12; Varsity A 11. Odums, Cherita A. 3028 Windsor Avenue, Willow Grove. PA. 19090. Oertel, Louise Ann. 560 Tyson Ave. Ardsley, PA. 19038 Color Guard 10; Winter Guard 11. 12; Band Front 10, 11, 12; Choir 11. 12; Usherettes 11, 12; Madrigals 12; Stage Crew 10. 11, 12. Olsen, Stacey A. 1851 Edgehill Rd. Abington, PA. 19001. Lacrosse 11. 12; Field Hockey 9; Creative Writing 9; Ecology 11; Oracle 12; varsity A'' 12. Opava, Brian John. 1522 Arline Road. Roalyn, PA. 19001. Soccer 9.SENIOR STATISTICS Park, Suzanne. 1322 Susquehanna Road, Rydal, PA. 19046. Student Council Vice-President 9, 10. 12; Class Council 9, 10. 11, 12; Affiliation Club 11, 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 9. 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10. 11. 12; Jazz Band 11; Parker, TinaMane A. 2433 Patane Ave., Roslyn, PA. 19001. Alternative School 10, 11; Creative Writing 10; School Play 10, 11; Head of Props 11; Student Volunteer 9, 10; Creative Studies 12. Parson, Dwayne Kerrigan. 2139 Rubican Ave. Abington, PA. 19001 Parrella, Vincent J. 2643 Old Welsh Road. Willow Grove, PA. 19090 Pileggi, Frank. 818 Central Ave. Ardsley, Pa. 19038. Pinder. Glen T, 1622 Washington Ave. Willow Grove PA. 19090. Football 9. 10, 11. 12; Track 11; Black Student Union 11; Wrestling 10. Pinkett, Darrin Wallace. 1403 Lindbergh Ave. Roslyn PA. 19001 Pitkow, Adam M. 1231 Barrowdale Rd. Rydal PA. 19046. Cross-Country 9, 10. 11, 12; Track Captain 9. 10, 11, 12. Podwil. Jonathan Michael. 948 Irvin Rd. Hungtingdon Valley PA. 19006 Representative 9; Football 11, 12. Podell, Ross D. 1105 Sewell Lane. Rydal, Pa. 19046. Class Council 11; Basketball 9; Soccer 9. 10. 11; Lacrosse 10, 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Indoor Soccer; Indoor Lacrosse. Poulot, Jennifer M. 234 Church Rd. Phila., Pa. 19111 Power, Eric 2948 Elliott Ave. Willow Grove, Pa. 19040 Pugliese, Sandra Marie 2924 Limekil Pike Norh Hills pPa. 1903 Quan, Nhi Khinh. 2916 Carnation Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Quinn, Patrick. 2731 Hazel Avenue, North Hills, PA. 19038. Raysor, Denise. 2445 Hamilton Avenue, Willow Grove, PA. 19090. Basketball 9. 10. Rector, Brian J. 939 Irvin Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Lacrosse 10, 11; Ice Hockey 11. Reed, Chris B. 1056 Huntingdon Road, Abington, PA. 19001. Class Council Treasurer 11; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity A 11. 12. Reilly, Michael Thomas. 2110 Wharton Road, Glenside, PA. 19038. Soccer 9, 10. 11. Rickard. Shirley May. 946 Central Avenue. Ardsley, PA. 19038. News Bureau 10; Newspaper 10. Riemenschneider, Andy L. 738 Hillcrest Avenue, Glenside, PA. 19038. Baseball 9; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 9, 10. Rio, Lisa. Carol. 2523 Brookdale Avenue, Rosyln, PA. 19001. Robb, Joanne. 2138 Wharton Road, Glenside, PA. 19038. Affiliation Club 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Latin Club 11; Spectre 11, 12; World Affairs Club 11, 12; Sprite 9, 10. Roma. Susan Gayle. 2129 Woodlawn Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 10; Choir 9, 10, 11, 12. Rosen, Kimberly, Anne. 225 Blake Avenue, Rockledge, PA 19111. Band Front 10, 11. Rosenbaum, Cheryl S. 1630 Fawn Lane, Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 11; Soccer 10; Tennis 10, 11; Tennis Manager 12. Rosenfield, Gregg A. 1030 Kipling Road, Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 10, 11. 12; Class Council 12; Band 9, 10. 11, 12. Rosenthal. David M. 1006 Hanrietta Avenue. Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Honor Society 9. 10, 11, 12; Sprite 10. Rossen, William Hughes. 201 Elm Avenue, North Hills, PA 19038. Bowling 12. Rubin, Amy B. 833 Dale Road, Meadowbrook. PA 19046. Student Council 11, 12; Class Council 10, 11. 12; Newspaper. Safier, Caren Beth. 1862 Watson Road, Abington. PA 19001. Class Council 10; French Club 11. Salkovitz. 1120 Wilson Avenue, Rosyln. PA 19001. Football. Sampson, Deborah Lynn. 369 Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Sams, Melanie Mane. 2505 Independence Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Track 9, 10. 12; Choir 9. 10; Creative Writing 9. 10; Drama 9, 10. Santora, Dave Norman. 1323 Partridge Road. Rosyln, PA 19001. Baseball 9; Football 9; Soccer 10. 11. 12; Track 10, 11; Lacrosse 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity A' 12. Savoni, Valerie Ann. 2349 Woodland Road, Rosyln, PA 19001. Saylor, Walt Richard. 1137 Hall Avenue. Rosyln, PA 19001. Football 9; Marching Band 10, 11, 12. Scarpello, Frank J. 1552 Osbourne Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Italian Club 9, 10. 11. 12. Schaffert. Bob Karl George. 95 Forrest Avenue, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Cross Country 9; Track 10. Scheuren, Timothy Jay. 2562 Rosewood Avenue, Rosyln, PA 19001. Soccer 9. 10, 11; Lacrosse 9, 10. 11. 12. Schmidt, Chris J. 231 Robbins Avenue., Rockledge, PA 19111. Schneider, Kenneth R. 1116 Highland Avenue. Abington, PA 19001. Schneller, Margaret A. 757 Roslyn Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 11; Lacrosse 9; Field Hockey 9, 10; News Bureau 11; Camera Club 11; Oracle 11. Schnolnick. Debra Lynn. 229 Oswald Street, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Health Careers Club Treasurer. Schott, Paul H. 942 Crosswicks Road. Rydal. PA 19046. Football 12; Tennis 11. 12; Affiliation Club 11, 12. Schuyler, Kristin Lee. 2075 Parkdale Avenue, Glenside. PA 19038. Band 9. 10. 11. 12. Sergas, Keith A. 3038 Truner Avenue. Roslyn, PA 19001. Sers, Paul G. 223 Shady Lane, Phila. PA 19111. 261SENIOR STATISTICS Shacklady, Sandra Lee. 2353 Jenkintown Road, Glenside, PA 19038. Soccer 12; Band Front 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Sprite 9, 10. Shaw, Stacey Marie. 2942 Madison Avenue, Roslyn. PA 19001. Bowling 11. Shefler, Scott Taylor. 1178 Jericho Road, Abington, PA 19001. Class Council 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9; News Bureau 9, 10 (Editor). Shenk, Christopher Eric. 2362 Oakdale Avenue, Glenside. PA 19038. Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9. 10, 11, 12; Varsity A 11, 12. Shihadeh. Brenda G. 2116 Woodlawn Avenue, Glenside. PA 19038. Student Council 12; Usherettes 12; Lost and Found 12. Shin, Catherine H. 1415 Washington Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Track 9, 11; Gymnastics Team 11; Choir 9; Debate 11; Honor Society 9. 10, 11; Latin Club 10, 11; Newspaper 9. 10, 11; Computer Club 10; Sprite 10. Shorr, Scott M. 1881 Lippincott Road, Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Class Council 11; Lacrosse 11, 12; Wrestling 10. 11. Shuman. Carrie Ann. 1419 Lindsay Lane, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Track 9; Field Hockey 9. 10, 11; Honor Society 9; Spanish Club 11; Spectre 11. Newspaper 9, 10. Silverman, Alysa Beth. 1659 Biddle Road. Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club; Theatre Honorary 11; Literary Magazine 10, 12; Musical 11; Newspaper. Sitasz, Beth Ann. 2741 Fernwood Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Field Hockey Manager. Sklaroff, Jill Carla. 1817 Washington Lane, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Class Council 9, 10, 11; Honor Society 9. Smalley, Thomas Heil. 1213 Herbert Road, Meadowbrook. PA 19046. Swimming Team 9, 10; Lacrosse 10. 12; ARTW 12. Smiler, Pamela M. 662 Meadowbrook Drive. Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Student Council 9. 10; Choir 9, 10, 11; Manager of Football Team. Smith, Daniel E. 2944 Gnsdale Road, Roslyn. PA 19001. Football 9. Smith, Kenneth J. 350 Roberts Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Bowling 9, 10. 11. Smith LeighAnn. 2316 Romig Road. Roslyn, PA 19001. Smith, Lisa A. 572 Edge Hill Road. Glenside, PA 19038. Football Manager 12. Smyth. Lisa Ann. 825 South Cedar Road, Rockledge. PA 19111. New Life 12; Band Front 10, 11, 12. Snyder, MaryLouise. 279 Runner Street, Phila. PA 19111. Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 10, 11. 12; Field Hockey 9; Varsity A 11, 12; Usherettes 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12. Soboleske, Janet L. 879 Townshipline Road, Elkins Park, Pa 19117. Student Council 9. 10, 11, 12. Stauffer, Inger Susan. 452 Roberts Avenue. Glenside, PA 19038. Winter Guard 9, 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 9. 10, 11. 12; Band Front 9. 10, 11, 12; Choir 9. 10. 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Usherettes 11. 12; Madrigals 11. 12; Stage Crew 10. 11. 12, ARTW 12. Stella, Tracy Lenore. 1129 Tyson Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. FBLA 11; Boys Track Manager. Stern, Natalie Ruth. 1411 Hunter Road, Rydal. PA 19046. Soccer 11; Choir 9. Stoduto, Larry Thomas. 142 Blake Avenue. Rockledge, PA 19111. Stoloff. Judi Carin. 841 Winter Road. Rydal. PA 19046. Soccer 10; Track 9; Cheerleader 9, 10; Camera Club 12. Stone. John David. 1723 Prospect Avenue. Willow Grove. PA 19090. Football 9, 10. 11, 12; Track 11, 12; Black Student Union. Stone, Joseph Lee. 1723 Prospect Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9, 10; Football 9, 11, 12. Strahle, Kristina Marie. 922 Cypress Avenue, Elkins Park. PA 19117. Student Council 10. 11; Class Council 10. 11; Affiliation Club 11; Camera Club 11; Honor Society 10, 11; News Bureau 11; World Affairs Clu 11; Football Manager. Strange, Mary Elizabeth. 1076 Wynnfield Avenue, Huntingdon Valley. Pa 19006. Student Council 9. 10, 11; Class Council 11; Soccer 10. 11; Lacrosse 9; Field Hockey 9; Honor Society 9, 11; Spanish Club 11. Stronach, Thomas S. 1518 Edgewood Avenue. Roslyn, PA 19001. Baseball 9. Sudler, Roman E. 1650 Summit Avenue. Willow Grove. PA 19090. Football 9. Sykes, Andy J. 1416 Revalation Road. Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11. 12; Lacrosse 9. 10. 11, 12. Teller, Todd M. 1000 Irvin Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Basketball 9; Baseball 9. 10, 11; Football 9. Timbres, Kelly A. 774 Edgehill Road, Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 9; Basketball 9; Cross-Country 9; Track 9. 10. 11; Key Club 11; Varsity A 10. 11. Thompson, Kelly M. 279 Maple Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Band 12; Winter Guard 11, 12; Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12. Tray nor, Tara Kathleen. 626 Garden Road. Glenside, PA 19038. Stu dent Council 9. 10, 11; Class Council Vice-President 11; Class Council Representative 9, 10; Lacrosse 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10. 11, 12; Choir 11, 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 10, 12. Treacy, Michael J. 1306Grovania Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Student Council; Class Council; Soccer; Wrestling. Treese, Nancy E. 543 Edgley Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 11. 12; Soccer 10. 11. 12; Field Hockey 9. 10, 11. 12; Varsity A 10. 11. 12. Tress, Andrew L. 637 Meadow Road. Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Student Council 12; Class Council 9, 11; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 10. Trotter, Michael A. 856 Cypress Avenue, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Basketball 9; Football 9. 10. Tucker. Lisa K. 431 Tulpehocken Avenue, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Class Council 10. 11; Basketball 10, 11. 12; Band 12; Cheerleaders 9; Black Student Union 10. 11. 262SENIOR STATISTICS Turn, Carolann, 2126 Ridgeview Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Class Council 11, 12; Swimming Team Manager 10, 11. 12; Band 9, 10; Choir 10; Key Club President 11, 12; Spanish Club 12; Theatre Honorary 11, 12; Usherettes 10, 11. 12; Marching Band Manager 9, 10, 11, 12. Twyman, Eugenia Marie. 1721 Prospect Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball. Underwood. Mark A. 1555 Ferndale Avenue, Abington. PA 19001. Ice Hockey 10. 11, 12. Ulmer, Karen Leigh. 23 North Sylvama Avenue, Rockledge, PA 19111. Class Council 11, 12; Usherettes 10. Unverzagt. Sandy I. 2215 Trotter Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Honor Society 9, 10; Winter Guard 11. Volentukonis, Michelle. 2824 Rubicom Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Class Council 12; Band 9, 10; Honor Society 9, 11, 12; Key Club Secretary 11, 12; Teens For Retarded 12; World Affairs 12; Health Careers Club 10. Vallette, Douglas P. 1518 Ferndale Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor); World Affairs 10. Vallette. Scott P. 1518 Ferndale Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Vance, Nicole E. 411 Osceola Avenue, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Class Council President 9; Track; Cheerleader 9; Honor Society 11, Latin Club; Usherettes; Black Student Union. Vaughn, Dana R. 1636 Fairview Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9, 12; Flag Twirlers; Black Student Union. Veiga, Maria Pilar. 1950 Guernsey Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Swimming Team 10. Veiga, Juana Maria. 1950 Guernsey Avenue, Abington. PA 19001. Football 10; Swimming Team 10. Vollrath, Kimberly Anne. 2728 Magnolia Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038. Van Voorhees, Thomas C. 279 Forrest Avenue. Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 9. 10; Class Council 9; Cross-Country 9; Swimming Team 10, 11. 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Affiliation club 9; Band 9, 10. Wallace, Cindy C. 1441 Edgewood Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Class Council 11, 12; Italian Club 9. 10. 11. 12. Walker, Jean E. 1587 Coolidge Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Orchestra 9, 10, 11; Band Front 9, 10. 11; Spanish Club 10. Waltimyer. Lori Ann. 2929 Carnation Avenue, Willow Grove. PA 19090. Wargo, Dan. 2231 Hillthorpe Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Honor Society 9. 10. 12. Watson, Diana Yonker. 214 Fisher Road, Jenkintown, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Class Council 11; Honor Society 9. Webb. Kimberly Anne. 1240 Hall Avenue, Roslyn. PA 19001. Bowling 11; Usherettes 10. Webster. Karen Ann. 1247 Girard Avenue, Roslyn, PA 19001. Band Front 10. 11; Choir 9, 10. 11; Stage Crew. Weinstein. Scott Jay. 1516 Upland Avenue. Jenkintown, PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11. 12; School Musical 11, 12. Werchoski, Donna Lynne. 54 Moredon Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 11; Class Council Secretary 10; Affiliation Club 11; Cheerleaders 9. 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Oracle 11; Spnte 9, 10 (Editor). White, Michael R. 232 Ray Street. Phila. PA 19111. Wrestling 10. White, Rich B. 361 Keswick Avenue. Glenside, PA 19038. Baseball 9. Wilkins, Steve Wade. 1807 Roberta Avenue, Abington, PA 19001. Football 12; Wrestling 10. Williams, Ronald J. 625 Garfield Avenue, Ardsley, PA 19038. Basketball 9. 10; Baseball 9. 10; Bowling 10; Choir 9; School Store 9. Woo, Julie S. 1273 Gilbert Road. Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11; French Club 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11, 12; World Affaire Club 11. 12. Woodward, Laurie A. 221 Moredon Road, Huntingdon Valley. PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10. Yokl, Robert W. 1834 Fleming Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090. Zambrana, Ivette. 802 Benson East Apts, Jenkintown. PA 19046, Honor Society 9, 10, 11. Zappin, Greg. 1392 Lindsay Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Tennis 10, 11. Zucker, Matthew Seth. 1256 Valley Road, Student Council 9. 10; Class Council 9, 11; Football 11. 12; L atin Club 12; Varsity A 12; Oracle 12. Zygmont, Charlotte Claudia. 407 Sylvania Avenue, Glenside. PA 19038. Field Hockey 9. 10, 11. 12.VERTING o yourj WHAT ELSE TO SAY? WE END IN JOY. T. Roethke Congratulations And Good Luck To Class Of 1984. 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