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 Abington Board Of School Directors Seated-I.r.: Beverly Freed, Murial Alt, President; Adele Block, Elaine Shay. Standing-1.r.: Dr. Leonard Rosenfeld, Vice-President; Dr. Melvin McMaster, Dr. George Manaker, Richard Holloway, Peter Dreifus. Dr. Louis J. Hebert, Superintendent 2Principals Norman W. Schmid, Principal All of your school life has been filled with questions and answers. Some of the questions were easy to answer, and some were more difficult, but somehow you found enough answers to prepare yourselves for graduation. Your parents and your teachers pointed the way for you, but the effort was yours alone. Several final questions remain, and the answers to these questions will come only with time and experience. There are no quick answers. Am I ready to take my place in the world? What if I am not? What will I do? These thoughts have crossed each of your minds. Over the years many seniors have asked themselves the questions, and just as many seniors have found the answers within themselves. For some the process was quick and sure, for others it was slower and more laborious, but answers were found. You, too, will find your place in life. The time has come to bid farewell to each other. It seems almost paradoxical that such a happy occasion has, for many, tinges of the somber and the sober. You are gaining a new found freedom, but you are parting from friends, many of whom you have known all your lives. You are pleased with the stamp of acceptance your diploma gives you, but you must also face the responsibilities that go with your new status. New questions will arise, but within you is the answer to what your place will be in life. Good-by and Good Luck, The Administration William Lucian, Assistant Principal John Skilton, Assistant Principal G. Donnon McGinley, Assistant Principal 3 K Afr   » -r ,» 1 fhller % • ACTIVITIESVOLLEYBALL NIGHT JANUARY 11, 1986 FACULTY LINEM Y 2 t W o R T H HOBBY MOVIE Steven Stewart Volleyball In the Audi on Rosemary 1. Tobin Reading My Night At Maude's Ralph Maltese Fishing, Camping, Computing Casablanca Richard D. Brady Watch and clock collector-antiques Gone with the Wind I Don Casto Landscape gardening water sports Compulsion ' Robert C. Miller Tennis, Skiing, Traveling Pink Panther Charles Baker Woodworking, Playing in sports Mike Beagle Fishing, Hunting One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest H. Samuel Stewart Bog stomping in the Pine Barrens Fantasia H. Russell Pittman Tennis, Home maintenance E.T. Dwight W. Good Tennis, Skiing, Travel Citizen Kane Tom Connor Motorcycle riding Any Bogart Film Maryland D. Wanck Golf, Needlework, Reading Wizard of Oz, On Golden Pond Carrie Stefanelli Swimming, Cross-Country Skiing, Opera, Amadeus, La Cageaux Folles Jean Kortright Swimming Star Wars Ruth Ann Focht Reading Needlework, Gardening B. W. Beiswenger Basketball Raiders of the Lost Ark Jim Wilkinson Golf, Tennis Brian's Song Frederick Fisher Motorized hang gliding. Scuba diving Gary Sproesser Watching sports Casablanca Thomas J. Nyman Sailing Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Ruth Weinstein Swimming, Reading, Walking Inherit the Wind Elaine B. Schaffer Music Cocoon Ellen Fonda Hiking,Travel G. E. Jackson Computer Programming Lion in the Winter, Star Wars Wayne Dallas Riding in my GTI with no place to go North Dallas Forty Phyllis Schlanger Swimming Gone with the Wind Edwin Nagel Swimming Kind Hearts and Coronets Eileen White Swimming, Needlework, Baking The King and 1, Sound of Music Ken Cooper Cross country. Roller skating Heidi Peter Kelly Jr. Watching the Philadelphia Flyers The Muppets take Manhattan Ted J. Weiner Sports Officiating The Deer Hunter Pat Donahue Tennis, Swimming, Jogging, Photography Young and the Restless Frank J. Salerno Swimming and Soccer Star Wars William A. Black Beach William Volp Giving students detentions West Side Story 34BOOK T.V. SHOW MUSICIAN The American Pageant Hill Street Blues, Cheers, Cosby Musika, Mauro 1 don't watch T.V. Eugene Ormandy Sophie's Choice M.A.S.H. The Beatles The World of Mathematics 60 Minutes, 20 20 Philadelphia Orchestra Agony and Ecstacy 60 Minutes Pacabel The Best of James Her riot Nation Geographic Specials Walter Wanderly Pet Cemetry Cheers Harry Chapin Whatever 1 am leaching from M.A.S.H. James Gallway, Itzhak Perlman Cod Father Hill Street Blues Steveland Morris The Bible 60 Minutes Carl Orff. Carmina Burana Northwest Passage 60 Minutes Willy Nelson Cosby Show Human Comedy Jeopardy James Levine Dictionary Butterflies Creatures Great and Small Musika, Mauro Detective fiction in general Cheers Billy Joel The Great Escape Cheers Poe's Poetry Sports Ann Murray, Ron Milsap Mila 18 Jeopardy Doors Playboy Channel Horowitz Boern Identity Miami Vice Beach Boys The Source Cosby Show, Hill Street Blues, St. Elsewhere Barbara Streisand And Ladies of the Club Zubin Mentha Cosby, Hill Street Blues Hawaii Murder She Wrote Winners and Losers M.A.S.H. Cat Stevens Thornbirds Cosby Show Barry Manilow, Neil Diamond The Cruel Sea M.A.S.H. Bob Dylan The Bible Cosby Show Mary Ellen White See Spot Run Gong Show Timmy Tim To Serve them All my Days Under World Sea of Jaques Cousteau Bruce Springsteen Cathcher in the Rye Hill Street Blues Rudolph Serrin Cecil Textbook of Medicine Young and the Restless Temptations Winds of War Hill Street Blues Pavorotti Bourne Identity Sports 4 Tops, Temptations See Spot Run Charlies Angels Temptations H E R E A R E M Y F A V 0 R 1 T E S 35ANN LANDERS PERSONALS PERSONALS Dear Ann Landers- I'm a teacher at a suburban Philadelphia High school, and I get so annoyed . . . .. .when my students throw trash all over the floor. Freddy B. Clean . . .that my students maintain such an imbalanced diet! Really now . . . M M's for breakfast? Slim Steven . . .that some young students continue to use detriments to their health like cigarettes. A Nicotine-free Nurse .. .at the yuppie mentality obsession with "success and wealth." A rose is a rose is a Rosemary . ...at the tremendous lack of discipline of my studentslThey actually wear hats in school. ■ Wilk from PA. . . .at society's and Abington's students acceptance of any form of commercial advertising as being the end-all and the ultimate truth! Edwin the annoyed . . .at the lack of motivation, and the student's attitudes that either we are all here to be entertained or we are dared to teach them, an ultimate challenge. Snow White . . .that my students don't appreciate the times when my shirt and tie match. Kelly Green . . .that my colleagues don't realize that today's young people are great! Author of Ellen's Workout .. .that the school district doesn't supplement my supply of red pens, and doesn't provide me with a microwave in class to keep, me warm. Fed-up Eileen in Abington Do you like playing M A S H trivia? I am a male English teacher who knows every episode and has beaten everyone. I would like to meet you over a seafood dinner while enjoying the Beatles. Write: Ralph Maltese Box 138 Oracle Yearbook Abington, Pa. 19001 Do you like living on the brink of danger? If so I am a male science teacher looking for someone with whom to go scuba diving and motorized hang gliding. I also like the music of the Doors and watching Jeopardy. Write: Frederick Fisher Box 136 Oracle Yearbook Abington, Pa. 19001 I am a meat and potatoes man who loves golf. If Jack Nicklaus ever reads this I just want him to know that I have beaten him thousands of times. I like to watch Brian's Song, but only in private. If you want to watch sports you can join me and I'll give you bonus points. People have compared me to the greatest storyteller of our time. Bill Cosby. I never lie to my students. Curious? Write: Jim Wilkinson P116 Abington, Pa. 19001 Talented artist seeks friend who enjoys swimming and listening to the music of Bob Dylan. He would like someone who is interested in art, beauty and aethes-tics, believes antiquity has merit and is worth learning from. Write: Edwin Nagel, Box 292 Oracle Yearbook, Abington, Pa. 19046. Female math teacher seeks friend who has similar interests including swimming, needlework, baking and reading the Bible. Her goal in teaching is to motivate her students and prepare them for the future by encouraging strong characters and high moral standards. Write: Eileen White, Box 201, Oracle Yearbook, Abington, Pa., 19001. Very old teacher, teaching since 1763, is seeking someone who has a better sense of humor than the kind that he has. He obviously loves teaching because his favorite book is the American Pageant. He has one memorable experience in his classroom: a student being right! If you can compete with his humor Write: Steven Stewart, Box S108, Oracle Yearbook, Abington, Pa., 19001. 36Mor da ;f3Druan_j I o 'Yjcoj' 1 could haic ded of emboj-rassrocnt ... 'Fbrn'qht ujas'Ffem NJiqrH- and ZE oauqht cn tne fcotaan -field1 -= aao c moa-rrossin g "Eon Cast© utz ,iw tUc 6-K. rn cp- ’ fU icuwj a ,4 e(Xk o L 1 c bLfi'k At©f AjOuu UM J- uja-4 U cro u njjaj ruu ext- COXf- Jl XvtA upeaJZ. u -Pubtiux o oui _,l -PaX Ouxu. 'rs- - ■ ‘ - ■ Toclax-i XT pU-Uld. U0uun cx. mtXf? to loca-hx zametrvna -far rr ejass THao g-trx; dias-s, Iccr ncoed tv tzxj uu'Vxxx tr jicjn tna "r toas pomh0e( pretty- ofi « - r innt - riden In his br.e-Ps 3:hat) a (Orqt rusts Sa ng 4'Hf 'Boufcer s Jxvfn'encf1. Onanss Ba zn uajj jz dL. aukXuzt- kJLji_ ci!icL i u 3- urKJL-1 POUe«iXu COc2 vc J need n-«, -Prst da-nr uj- , ■ _ _± roo r r Or the -««« , q'_ h Xd been cJetinq -to )Oouj-uj LST haee , Y -« x rvarncr :H'r ' 'O'oa-, . 1. _ T O AUL JOUU Tt O A y IA S H V X. V£ la N6'v'f _ • - '-'f 0 PlAV tAs, ■Dolour , X M It xA AlK Truro A TE.IPLE pu y,WE LOVE YOU MR. COLEMAN.-THANK YOU! This is Raymond Coleman's thirty sixth year at Abington. He has been the atheletic director for the past thirty three years. He began as a full time teacher in March 1951. Raymond Coleman, during his years at Abington, has coached six different sports: football, baseball, track, soccer, girls swimming and golf. It is significant to note that the following sports were started during Raymond Coleman's tenure at Abington: Girls soccer, boys and girls gymnastics, girls track, girls softball, boys and girls lacrosse, bowling, and girls golf. The athletic program has been one of the most successful in the state of Pennsylvania. The name Abington has been consistently in the limelight with its tremendous success in many sports especially swimming, football, basketball, track, baseball, soccer, tennis and golf. In the thirty three years he has directed the atheletic program, Abington has averaged over fifty percent in wins in the overall program. It is mind boggling to note that he has probably witnessed approximately six thousand atheletic contests during his tenure. The reputation that Abington holds across the state in athletic prowess should make Raymond Coleman proud as he steps aside to enjoy his retirement. His contirbution to the school as an atheletic director, teacher and advisor to students surely indicates his dedication and concern for the well being of the Abington school community. 38WELCOME TO ORACLE CITY Once upon a time in a far off land known as Ambiguity, there lived a disorganized yearbook staff. Although this staff existed, it did not live. For many centuries Ambiguity was plagued by a wicked curse. This curse made it virtually impossible for the members of the Ambiguity staff to complete a yearbook. They lacked leadership, ingenuity, and spunk. However, their luck was soon to change. By the fate of the gods, a young, vibrant man named Thomas Connor appeared in the land of Ambiguity in the year 1968. With his inborn power, he transformed the nebulous city of Ambiguity into the ever-popular Oracle City. After many years of successes, Mr. Connor became wise to the needs and power of the yearbook staff. Many senior editors came and went, but Mr. Connor never ceased to be the stable force behind every operation. Each year he allowed the editors the freedom to create and the encouragement to succeed. The excitement that flowed from every yearbook year gave Ambiguity the boost it needed to become Oracle City. Unfortunately, as the year 1986 comes to an end. Mr. Connor will no longer be the power behind the yearbook. However, in his place will be the well-trained Phil Smith. The yearbook staff of Oracle City will miss Mr. Connor; however, there is no doubt that he has set a precedent in yearbooking that will carry on forever. And they lived happily ever after.English Experts The graduating class of 1986 is the first to complete the newly revised literature sequence that was developed after the school reorganization. In this new sequence, American literature is taught at grade 10, British literatue at grade 11, and World literature at grade 12. The World literature course, which was recently developed by a committee of ten English teachers, includes writers from Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin American and focuses on such works as Candide, Oedipus Rex, and Crime and Punishment. Complementing the new literature sequence are revised programs in composition, grammar, and vocabulary. In addition to the required program, the English Department will continue to offer the following electives: Acting, Creative Writing, Debate, English Composition, Ethnic Literature, Journalism, Public Speaking, Radio-TV Workshop, and Theatre Production. Ralph Maltese Eileen Foley Patricia Donahue Philip J. SmithActing Chairman Millicent Neff Robert Winters Rosemary Tobin Ted Weiner 41Superb Social Scientists The purpose of social studies is citizen education and the civic learning of each individual. Ab-ington has as its goal the development of a contributing and productive individual possessing self awareness, knowledge, skills, and a sense of responsibilty. In curriculum is built on the foundation disciplines of history, geography, economics, sociology, psychology, and political science. The specific courses which comprise the curriculum rest on this foundation focus on the past, present, and the future of human beings and their environment. The World Civilization II program in Grade 10 focuses on the nations of the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America. American Studies in Grades 11 and 12 presents an interdisciplinary study of the United States and its people. In addition electives are offered in Afro-American History, European History, Psychology and Sociology. 42 Louis Martin, Jr. Richard Flint Steven Stewart William DoddsChairman I. Barry Friedman Nancy McHugh Frank J. Salerno 8 is enough 43 Joan Gallagher Walter Yost Michelle Williams Thomas J. NymanLanguage Lovers The aim of the Foreign Language department is not only to teach the various languages but also to teach understanding and tolerance of other people, customs, literature, and ideas. Foreign language is an all-elective area with course offerings in five areas: French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish. While the first three levels are basically the same, level IV allows the student to se- lect either IV regular of IV Ftonors. The final year completes language study at the high school level with level V Ftonors designated as an Advanced Placement course. Besides teaching, the Foreign Language department faculty sponsors many active clubs including: Affiliation Club, Spanish Club, Italian Club, Latin Club, and French Club. Ms. Schlanger and friends 44Carrie E. Stefanelli Vincent A. Pezzullo Louise Hively Esperanza Galshack Eileen Cawley Donald Albert Phyllis Schlanger Sharon Gallagher 45Math Masters The Mathematics Department here at Abington Senior High has the dual responsiblity of curriculum development and implementation in both mathematics and computer science. The department is involved with the examination of text materials, reevaluation of courses and curriculums, and revising of these courses. The most recent change involved the state mandated requirement of a third year of mathematics for graduation. In computer science, our current course offerings in BASIC, FORTRAN, Pascal, and Advanced Placement Computer Science are second to none in the greater Philadelphia area, not to mention the state. The goal of our department is to provide a continuous mathematical sequence and meaningful classroom experience for students of every ability level. We trust that those students who are graduating from Abington Senior High School will be able to draw upon the problem-solving skills that they have learned in order to enhance their own positions in society and to help improve the quality of life for everyone. Howard E. Boyer James W. Detweiler Brian Reiff John M. Mirsch 46Chairman Linda Edwards Elaine B. Shaffer Barry Beiswenger Paul D. Swedberg Math equation: when will Spot arrive? 47Science Sophisticats The Science department is an interaction of the physical and biological disciplines. It ranges from the required basics in 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. A total of two years of Senior High science is required for graduation. 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. Sally A. VonMeyer William Manogg Robert O. Cummings Karen J. Lake 48Richard T Butler Thomas Mairs Samuel P. Roeder A prime candidate for Sadism 101 49 Book Worms Because education in today's world revolves around the ability to read, many students are eager to improve their reading techniques. The Reading program at Abington Senior High School makes available to receptive students a Reading Skills course, a Developmental Reading 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 challenges of the future require that each person be responsible for improved understanding through improved reading ability. At the Reading Center, it is our goal to have this become a reality. Carrie Jones Sally A. Beothy Testing 1, 2, 3! C. Michael Beagle Barry Rich iEducational Specialists The Learning Disabilities Classes at Abington Senior High School have been departmentalized. There are now three teachers in our program. Ms. Carrie Jones teaches the English sections for grades ten through twelve. Ms. Kathleen (Kip) Malloy teaches a potpurri of classes: World Civilization, American Studies, Science, and L. D. Clinic. Mr. Richard Wrigley, our newest member on the team, teaches the Mathematics sections for grades ten through twelve. We are pleased with our team work and it enables us to meet and work with all the students in the Learning Disabilities Classes. "Get your feet off my face!" 51Caring Counselors The Guidance Department has the task of helping student make decisions that relate both to the present and the future. This can include academic success, career choice, personal concerns, employment and future education. The counseling staff utilizes both group and individual contacts to assist students and their parents in the search for opinions and alternatives. The department makes use of a number of information systems as supplementary resources. These include the English III career development program, evening seminars for parents, and lunch hour group guidance session for interested students. The counselors also visit the adviser rooms to convey necessary information. In addition students can use the VICS computer information system located in the school library. Students can visit a school or college campus during a free period by making use of the video cassette and laser disc equipment housed in the department's college resource center. Other information channels include the guidance newsletter, visits by school and college representatives, school and career vertical hanging files, departmental handouts booklets, and a number of bulletin boards at strategic locations in the building. John H. Althouse Chairman Exchanging Ideas Samuel A. McNaught lenore H. Leonard Jeffrey Marmon 52Business Accountibility Office careers today offer more opportunities for an intereseting and satisfying career than ever before. 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 couse in Word Processing, has upgraded the Clerical and Secretarial Office Procedures courses to include instruction in word processing and the use of memory typewriters, and has added a new word pro- cessor and several computer terminals in the word processing lab. This equipment is available to all students of Accounting, Management, and Record Keeping as well as the secretarial field. The Business Department stands willing and able to help prepare sutdents for well-paying jobs in the business world, or for entrance into degree granting institutions of higher learning specializing in various business occupations. Robert C. Miller Chairman Ruth A. Fechter Ray Reber Ruth Weinstein Hand exercisesI Magnificent Musicians 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 in- cluding 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. The Bobsey Twins Joseph V. Mauro Practice makes perfect Richard Amoroso John S. Musika 54Helpful Homemakers Exploring living skills is the major emphasis of the Home Economics department. There are eleven courses available to help students learn how to organize everyday living for highest potential satisfaction and enjoyment. We learn about making housing decisions, making wise food choices, food preparation and clothing contstruction skills. We explore design in housing and in clothing; we discuss dating, choosing a lifestyle and choosing a mate; we learn about young children and parenting options. We explore various aspects of the aging process; this helps us in our study experiences working with elders. We operate a nursery school in the spring for four year old children. Through this experience we learn more about children, develop skills that will help us become child care aides, and gain knowledge about parenting. Beats Fast Food Ellen Ryan Ellen Fonda Making a List and Checking it Twice 55Innovative Industrialists The Industrial Arts Department began reorganization in the 1983-84 school year.This included grade ten as well as eleven and twelve. In the 1984-85 the new Trades and Industrial Occupations Program was designed by the Industrial Arts department and became a part of the course offering. This program gives the Tech School-oriented student a chance to sample Carpentry, Small Engines, Graphic Arts, Basic Draw- ing, Electricity, Machine Shop, Auto Body and Auto mechanics in the tenth grade. The regular Industrial Arts program teaches skills and attitudes working with wood, plastic, metal, mechanical drawing, electronics, and jewelry. These courses are offered in beginning and advanced shop teachings. The staff in the Industrial Arts department is dedicated to student excellence and is willing to help a student achieve in this area. Leland McNutt, Chairman 56 William Volp Wayne Dallas Gary Jackson John WiegandAmazing Artists The art department deals with the teaching of basic fundamentals such as drawing, painting, print-making and sculpture. The main curriculum direction is of a fine arts nature. However, there is a one year program in the commercial art and photography area. Students may choose a major tract which is prep nature for a college program or choose a minor track for vocational reasons. An art history program is also a study in the major track. One of the unique aspects of the program is that the students can work in an independent atmosphere stimulated by the music of the Who, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, etc. Edwin Nagel, Chairman Cary Sproesser Artists at work "But I thought that is what it looked like" 57Literary Libraians LIBRARY 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 audio-visual 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 students to use its facilities before school and after school, as well as during free periods. Ruth Focht Arlene Berman Working hard together. Everybody's studying in the library?!Prevention Fighters School health services are designed to be an integral part of the total educational process. The major goal of health services is to help students attain and maintain their optimum health status so they can receive the maximum benefit from their educational experiences. To reach this goal, health service staff members periodic ally assess the health status of students through the medical and dental examination programs, the yearly health conference program, and other screening programs. As health problems are identified, parents and appropriate school personnel together develop and implement plans for resolving them. Utilizing their knowledge of community resources, staff members integrate the school health services with other health service delivery systems as they assist par- ents in appropriate referrals to these resources. Health service staff members, through participation in formal and informal instruction in both health room and classrooms, through counseling with students, parents and staff according to their individual needs, seek to promote the development of positive health attitudes and practices. Finally, health service staff members arc charged with the promotion and maintenance of an environment that is free of hazardous prac tices and or conditions. In school a plan is developed for care of students and employees who are sick or injured and for the prevention and control of communicable diseases. Mildred H. Mac Naughton Supervisor, School Health Service 59 Acclaimed Athletes The goal of the elective, coeducational, physical education program is to provide students with opportunities to develop skills, interests, and an understanding of physical education. The purpose is so that they may learn control body movement, become physically educated and learn sports activties that will carry over into later life. Abington's Homecoming King Douglas Moister Karen Traub 60Chairman Richard B. Koch Kenneth R. Cooper The Boss keeps his workers happy. 61Support Staff Vera O'Neill, Norma Humphreys, Betty Maurer, Marie Shear, Janet Piunti, Nancy Shepherd, Jean Schuman, Rosemary Pannulla, Sylvia Mott, Peggy Stewart, Elva Manton, Doris Boerner, Phyllis Ryan, Flva Lennox, Faith Chamberlin, Carol Penderghest, Marilyn Maher. Margaret Herman, Dorothy Pannulla, Joan Shartall, Toni DiFlippo, Nancy Borkowski, Joan Anthony, Karen Skasko. Peggy Applegate, Lois Hollars, Hattie Padden, Nellma Frank, Annie Hessenthaler, Stella Cuprys, Pat Schroeder, Irma Shivers, Bea Mongone, Mary Ann Zataveski, Ann Naylor. Elizabeth Hagcrty, Oliver Locke. (Not Pic tured: William Kessler) Rita McLay, Catherine D'Elia, Frances Cristaldi 6263DRAWING THE$ Senior Class Council Student CouncilRow 1 Row 2 Row 3 S. Walter T. Schweizer M. J. Trotter T. Crawford MacNichol M. Griffin L. Blackman I Begley S. House A. Spiegel H. Cooper J. Bowzer B. Broker 1. Trofin A. Wainer S. Jacobson L. Caso M. Jacobson J. Kieserman C. Carter R. Malnati A. Tress J. Eiseman L. L. Harris T. Trost Thompson N. Wilson V. Reynolds A. Wainer A. Smith B. Slenn D. Neff M. Levy a S. Gold K. Traynor Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 M. Hollings- K. Tunstall T. Lotz worth K. Yottey W. Watt M. G. Shore D. Sykes Maultman S. B. Flynn A. Livezy N Altman C. Bradshaw B. Baker A Sewell P. Sykes T. Donnel D. Jaslow E. Black B Jones R. Goldstein M. Jones K. Nollendorfs D. Gralnick P. Traynor S. Lanzillotti M. Wachinski R Nodine D. Wright C. Lee The Student Council brought spirit and a sense of unity to Abington students this year. Among their many activities, they sponsored the Back to School dance, sold boxer shorts, and sold carnations on Valentines Day. The money they raised was used to sponsor Spirit Week. On Spirit Week the council gave out Abington jackets to the students who showed the most spirit. The council also sponsored American Education Week. The Student Council serves as a liason between the students and the administration. The students can express their problems which pertain to the administration to the council and they will act upon them on the students' behalf. A Student Council member attends every school board meeting to update the board members on the students' activities. The officers played an important role in instrumenting the councils activities. With their leadership abilities. President Marty Jacobson and Vice President Stacy Schramm lead the meetings and initiated the activities. Secretaries Kris Nollendorfs and Linda Woo organized the minutes of the meetings and maintained correspondance. The funds were kept in order by Treasurer Brad Slenn. Along with the Executive Board, the officers made things happen at Abington High School this year. Row 1 D. Sykes L. Harris N. Wilson B. Flynn Y i Row 2 H. Kim A. Berkowitz D. Johnson E. Apolinario J. Malloy W. Watt M Jacobson A. Tress K. McKeever A. Russell M. Ginsburg M. Timm J. Eiseman T. Trost D. Gralnick Row 3 S. Morris I. Trofin L. Caso R. Malnati J. Schott K. Gordon A. Hoffman D. Eisman L. Spector B. Seiter L. Chalmers L. Hinerfeld Row 4 B. Dunn D Mulkewycz A. Wainer B. Gerber L. . Thompson D. Gross P Traynor A. Wainer E. Miller A. Keller L. Carlit; G. Shenl A. Abowitz B Slenn V. Reynolds L. Krasick L. Perlman L. Marion C. Carter Row 5 B. Shrager B. Jaurigue O Vance E. Downey T. I.otz C. Adkins S. Smith B. Dorshimer The Senior Class Council's main purpose was to raise funds for the Senior Prom. Their fund raisers included doughnut sales and soft pretzel sales throughout the year. During the holiday time, Courtney Bardol headed the committee to sell candy canes. Andy Abowitz was responsible for the "Class of 86" tee-shirt sale. There was a huge amount of money made for the prom and it was a great success. The officers made a big contribution to the Council. President Lisa Harris had fresh new ideas for fund raisers such as the volleyball marathon and the Blackout concert. Vice President Dana Sykes, Secretary Beth Flynn, and Treasurer Natalie Wilson supported Lisa in initiating these activities. Because of the hardworking officers and members. Sponsor Mr. Martin was able to brag about the productiveness of the Senior Class Council this year. 67Student Council Officers and Executive Board: Row 7. J. Trotter, L. Woo, Corresponding Sec., Mr. Nyman, Sponsor; C. Hirsh. Row 2: K. Nollendorfs, Sec., M. Jacobson, Pres., T. Trost, S. Schramm, Vice Pres., B. Slenn, Treas., S. Walter. Senior Class Council Officers: Row 1: B. Flynn, Sec.; N. Wilson, Treas., Row 2: L. Harris, Pres., Mr. Martin, Sponsor, D. Sykes, Vice Pres.Officers: O. Heigh, Sec., S. Gold, Vice Pres., D. Neff, Pres., A. Reiver, Treas. Members: Row 7:S. Gallant, R. Bramen, j. Zinberg, J. Abrams, S. Jacobson, J Mickelberg, D. Zager, E. Manhoff. Row 2: A. Spiegel, M. Shuman, L. Compter, J. Lishnoff, M. Krasick. Row 3:0. Neff, A. Riever, S. Gold, D. Heigh, H. Goldhammer, R. Hoagg. B. Eskin, D. Logan, E. Smiley. Row 4:C. Baker, B. Laumer, H. Cooper, K. Kerner, J. Kaiser, W. Waldman, J. Wordinger, S. Harel, S. Ebert, P Mulkewycz, L. Murphy. Row 5: E. Huebner, Z. Fabian, S. Kim, R. Doyle, J. Castor, J. Shaffert, K. Yottey, T. Gold, L. Steinmayer, A. Coyle, I Reynolds. Row 6: D. Pakman, V. Yoder, A. Sewell, M. Wormley, A. Ewer, K. McStay, M. Griffin, M. Houston, S. Tomlinson, P. Brandeis, S. Rines, J. Nair, A. Vetri, K. Immordino, S. Gross. Row 7: K. Peirce, N. Harris, T. Blow, R. Abowitz, N. Zambrana, M. Perfecky, M. Washinsky,. Row 8: K. Rosenthal, R. Turner, S. Shaffer, M. Bray, B. Broker, B. Pinto, A. Smigel, R. Gordon, C. Bradshaw, K. Trainer, M. Schuyler, J. McGee, T. Sullivan. Officers: K. Strittmatter, A. Jones, Mr. Marmon, J. Ripley, M. Minda. Members: Row 1:J. Ripley, K. Strittmatter, D. Greg, Mr. Marmon, M. Minda. Row2:M. Sc human, J. Shorr, L. Blackman, A. Smolda, M. I ubie, K. Cornell, B. Mandel, S. Pashman, J. Im, S. Markovich, C. Rudoy. Row 3. S. Barlow, D. Kaplan, J. Kintisch, A. Jones, K. Ines, H. Lim, K. Walsh, J. Sheppard. Row 4: T. Ackers, A. Apolinario, A. Livezey, H. Rosenthal, C. Lee, M. Hollingsworth. 71Row 7:K. Twyman, S. Lawrence, D. Case, D. Henderson, L. Flemming. Row 2: Mr. Martin, T. Greenwell, D. Vaughn, J. Swift, C. Cottom, S. Rhodes, D. Lawston, S. House.I'm an Aqua Velva man! The Black Student Union is a vivacious organization designed mainly to raise money for scholarships. These scholarships are given to graduating seniors on the basis of need, scholastic standing, participation in the club, and personality. The B.S.U. also provides a forum where black students can discuss concerns, problems and ideas. The union is always looking for interested students to create an even more successful organization. The Asian-American Club, in its second year, is an organization designed to bring students together in hope that they will have a better understanding of the Asian culture. The sponsor. Miss Hol-gate, hopes that as the club becomes older it will also become stronger. This club also tries to educate the entire student body on Oriental customs through other activities. The senior members wish the club success in the future. "You are here. 73Row 7: A. Braccia, K. Baum, A. Perri, M. L Insalata, L. Lapa, Mr. Pezzullo, L. Caso, G. Carosello, D. Henderson, M. Graham, M. DeFrancesco, R. Caso, C. Notaro, J. LePore, M. Leube, D. DiPaolantonio, K. Bell. Row 2:C. Ritter, D, Lott, M. Hollingsworth, S. Smith, S. Fink, A. DiMartino, M. McClinnis, F. Catoni, G. Ivliani, K. Dijoseph, K. Thomer, R. Weinstein, N. Tancor, R. D'Angiolini. Row 3:1. DiPalantonio, D. Forrester, J. Leporac' L. Sullivan, R. Ciliberto, B. Armato, J. Valentine, C. Soboleski, J. LoStracco, A. Reiver, D. Logan, C. D'Alessio, L. Buccafuri, T. l ongstreth. Row 1: K. Krupnick, A. Doyle, J. Alpaugh, J. Shepherd, M. Goldstein, M. Perfeky, G. Abramson, M. Schulyer, A. Pezzullo, L. Holland, Mr. Pezzullo, E. Miller, B. Slenn, M. Iffil, J. Brodsky, A. Hoffman. Row2. S. Franklin, S. Som, H. Kim, A. Henderson, S. Pashman, J. Miller, L. Belief, K. Immordino, L. Vant, D. Braccia, J. Tompkins, C, Massaro,. Ifotvi N. Hungsavasya, R. Mancini, S. Schott, H. Stamm, E. Fitzgerald, C. Leub, G. Maddox, A. Jones, A. Hill, P. Slavin, L. McQuay, R. Wysocki. Row 4: T. Massaro, S. Cheun, P. Yi, B. Grimes, E. Lim, T. Kim, H. Miller, D. Hewitt, L. Jones, D. Scott, S. Rigney.This year's Latin Club, which just completed its 19th years of operation, is one of the largest ever. The purpose of the Latin Club is to advance the study of Latin and that of Roman culture. With the leadership of Mr. Vincent Pezzullo, the club held many fundraisers, such as multiple bake sales and lollipop sales. The money raised was used for trips to several museums including The University of Pennslvania Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The Club ended the year with its traditional toga banquet. Officers: Row 1: R. Maxwell, E. Miller, Mr. Pezzullo,. Row 2: C. Massaro, B. Slenn, L. Hinerfeld, J. Brodsky. Row 3: C. leube, D. Poley, M. Martekla, M. Iffil. The Italian Club is interested in fostering the use of the Italian language and studying Italian culture in Italy and Abington. Under the direction of Mr. Pezzullo, the Italian Club had four bake sales and two lollipop sales for fund raisers. The money raised was used to take trips to the Italian Market and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Officers: Row 1:1. Caso, Mr. Pezzullo, L. Lapa,. Row 2: R. D'Angiolini, R. Caso, D. Forrester, Row 3: J. Leporace, D. Lott, D. Logan, M. DeFrancesco.Row 7:D. Betz, J. Braman, T. Morris, J. Wordinger, H. Goldhammer, M. Ballen. Row 2:S. Eberz, J. Rosner, R. Hogg, M. Armstrong, L. Agster, L. DeLeon, D. Topkis. Row 3: D. Schwartz, B. Cohen, L. Blackman, J. Abrams, J. Shorr. Row 7: M. Rottenberg, M. Eskin, B. Zucker, B. Eskin, E. Smiley, B. Cohen, C. Rudoy. Row 2: M. Dubrow, G. Vukasovic, B. Hinerfield, J. Green, S. Hahm, L. Woo, S. Okabayashi, E. Miller, A. Jacobs, J. Kelly, J. Kaiser, S. Kim, S. Goodman, J. Arbitter. Not pictured: M. Bray, S. Shaffer.The Spanish Club is an organization to bring together Spanish speaking students, it sponsored a club booth on Spirit Week, held bake sales, candy sales, and a party. The fund raisers will pay for a trip at the end of the year for active members. The new sponsor, Mrs. Galshack, and the officers work together to increase membership and provide activities to enlighten students of the Spanish culture. Spanish Club Bake Sale. Officers: D. Betz, J. Wordinger, H. Goldhammer. Officers: Row 1: L. Woo, B. Eskin. Row 2: M. Eskin, B. Zucker, E. Miller, J. Kelly. Row 3: A. Jacobs. Under their second year of reorganization, the French Club continued to diversify in their activities. Their fund raising activities included croissant sales and t-shirt sales. The French Club is devoted to the promotion of the French Culture. They have joint activities with the Affiliation Club. At one meeting they discussed experiences members had in foreign countries. It was a very productive year. 77Row 1:1. Woo, E. Yap, S. Lee, A. Spiegel, B. Eskin, L. Compter, B. Cohen, T. Ettelson, F. Lepar, C. Gever. Row2:S. Yi, S. Park, R. Goldstein, E. Miller, L. Hinerfield, E. Frieder, J. Frieder, B. Jaslow, A. Meckling, J. Green. Row 3: M. Lebeau, D. Lebeau, S. Kim, J. Miller, S. Park, T. Hungsavisya, O. Hungsavisya, B. Davis, Andrea, I. Trofin, J Wordinger, V. Yoder, J. Gilbert, J. Im, S. Goodman, M. Dubrow, M. Eskin, J. Park, N. Frank. Row 4: A. Carrell, E. Riley, G. Vukasovic, B. Neu, F. Cicaida, S. Gross, B. Budiholz, S. Kim, Mrs. Stefinelli. Row 1: C. Rawlik, H. Shea, J. Mickelberg, J. Zinberg, H. Goldhammer, R Hoag, J. Gilbert, V. Yoder. Row 2:1. Trofin, E. Muhl, C. Gever, F. Lepar, B. Jaslow, J. Arbittier, J. Tompkins, S. Gold. Row 3: K. Macauley, S. Eberz, K. Walsh, J. Wordinger, S. Kim, M. Ginsburg, D. Betz, S. Yi, S. Lee. Row 4: D. Muller, B. Garbutt, Z. Fabian, K. Kortright, M. Iffil, D. Guinther, J. Vogel, T. Hungsavai-sya, M. Davis.Officers: T. Hungsavaisya, N. Frank, L. Woo. The Affiliation Club is a service club with its purpose to aid the exchange program at Abington High School with its affiliated school, Kant Gymnasium, in West Berlin, Germany. Members of the Affilication Club work with the exchange students, help them meet other people, and get adjusted to a new society. The Club raised funds for its activities through daily candy sales after school. Officers: D. Poley, D. Muller, K. Macauley, I. Trofin Key Club is a service organization for the community and school. The Key Club is unlike any other club in the school because it is sponsored by the Glenside Kiwanis Club and is part of an international organization. Among their fund raising activities are UNICEF- Pennies for People Drive, MARC Bike Hike-A-Thon and the Save the Children Fund. It's aim is to develop initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices. 79— OJ ha o 55 o o u 0 5 80 The Future Business Leaders of America is a business club affiliated on the national and state level. The club is open to any student taking a business subject. The club develops leadership skills and aids in building character. It promotes the concepts of the American system of free enterprise. The club's activities included attending the Regional Fall Workshop at Upper Perkiomen High School and a Spring Regional Competition at Norristown High School. Row 1: L. Woo, Row 2: A. Johnson, T. Zollo. Row 3: Mrs. Fetcher, D. Joerger, D. Nuessle, M. Delaughter, |. Furlow. Row 1: S. Sharkey, J. Pursley, C. Zollo, |. The School Store is sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America. The students work on a volunteer basis sacrificing their lunch period to be in the store. The store sells all types of school supplies such as pens, pencils, paper, etc. It also sells jackets, shirts, shorts and other clothing and novelty items. Ramel, S. Betschner, K. Tunstall, M. Ferraro.The Aviation Aerospace Club is a suppliment to aviation courses. The club, sponsored by Mr. Richard Butler, has a general meeting once every month and is open Wednesdays for extra work. The club takes advantage of a full motion GAT-2 simulator which can count for a total of 8 hours towards a private pilot license. This course can give the student a start in an aviation related future. S. Matisoff, J. Destefano, R. Cleghorn, J. Williams, S. McMaster, K. Klock, M. Jones, M. Gallagher. Z I— C LU h- z h- LD LU Guest speaker Meredith Dean. Amnesty International- Abington Chapter is an impartial organization working for the release of men and women detained anywhere because of belief, color, sex, ethnic origin, language, or religion, provided that they haven't used or advocated violence. Amnesty International was the winner of the 1977 Nobel prize for peace. Amnesty International had a guest speaker, Meredith Dean, from the American Friend Service Committee. Adam Candeub, President and founder of the Abington Chapter. 2 81H. Dieterly, E. Black, J. Pulley, D. Jamison, A. Keeley, C. Innes, M. Levy, L. Mundy, L. Garlatta. Not Pictured: B. Balandovich, D. Greenwell, R. Greenwell, M. Ginsburg. J. Naylor, D. Henderson, J. Feinour, S. Colantonio. Not Pictured: K. Richardson, N. Prescott, F. Keeley, T. Zollo, M. Hill, S. Saunders, J. Fisher, H. Mento, K. Mawhinney, S. Yi, D. Jameson. Library Aides work during their study halls and lunch periods to assist the librarians. They sign books in and out, and them. They are a great asset to the ians and save them valuable time. elve The Ushers and Usherettes assist at events which are held in the auditorium. They greet guests, give out programs, take tickets and help people find seats. They assist at plays, concerts, parent's night, and other various school functions. Their major function is assisting at graduation.Honor Society Seniors Members: Row 7: J. Malloy, K. McKeever, M. Rosner, S. Smiley, S. Ritter, A. Abowitz, S. Lee, D. Pakman. Row2:M. Ginsberg, E. Miller, R Goldstein, M. Timm, K. Mccauley, T. Lotz, L. Harris, A. Tress, M. Jacobson, V. Reynolds, J. Eisman, T. Trost, A. Kaji, A. Candeub. Row 3;J. Morris, J. Friedman, S. Kim, S. Smith, D. Loew, D. Eiseman, S. Estel, E. Apolinario, D. Johnson, A. Russel, B. Slenn, I. Trofin, T. Ettleson, D. Solomon. Row 4: D. Baverle, M. Martella, G. Shenk, L. Carlitz, S. Okabayashi, W. Delaney, C. Shields, S. Gipprich, E. Yap, S. Mikelberg, V. Sokolov, L. Chalmers, L. Marion. Row 5:M. Davis, R. Maxwell, D. Lipson, D. Jaslow, M. Eskin, D. Koche, R. Strulson, H. Moon, B. Seiter, S. Santora, A. Hoffman, C. Equi, B. Du-brow. Row 6: D. Leonard, E. Parsha, M. Iffil, J. Bourbon, I. Spector, L. Pearlman. Row 7: N. Gever, J. Malis, M. Levy, B. Dubrow. Row 2:1. Miller, S. Mikelberg, R. Maxwell, N. Bender, L. Perlman, M. Eskin, H. Moon, A Kahlil D Koche, F. LePar.Officers: S. Kim, Treas.; B. Slenn, Sec. Not pictured: A. Candeub, Pres.; C. Equi, Vice Pres. The Honor Society consists of students who have obtained a 3.0 grade point average and have demonstrated leadership, service and character. Their main purpose is to offer a tutoring service to other students. They raise money for scholarships which are given at the end of the year. This year's officers are: Adam Candeub, President; Curtis Equi, Vice President; Sang Kim, Treasurer; Brad Slenn, Secretary. Junior Members. Row 7:K. Chich, D. Freas, S. Eberz, A. Balendovich, A. Coyle, J. Malis, D. Pakman, S. Shaffer, T. Trost, M. jacobson, M. Bray, J. Jordan, D. Simon, K. Immordino, J. Connell, J. Strulson. Row 2: V. Yoder, H. Goldhammer, R. Hogg, Z. Fabian, J. Baum, S. Kim, L. Murphy, S. Gold. Row 3: D. Lebeau, J. Kelly, M. Wormly, C. Maher, P. Leonard, D. Gunther, R. Abowitz, M. Armstrong, K. Chic, N. Altman, D. Rosenthal. Row 4: K. Rosenfeld, J. Brodsky, J. Eisman, N. Waldman, S. Lanzillotti, M. Baker. Officers: A. Kaji, Sec., T. Ettelson, Treas., B. Cohen, Vice Pres., D. Goldblatt, Pres. The World Affairs Forum Club provides students with an oppertunity to gain an understanding of foreign policy and world events. At their meetings they discuss current events and often have guest speakers. They held a World Food Day to raise money for Africa and were extremely successful. The members went on field trips to the United Nations building, the Goddard Space Center and many other places. They keep Abington students informed of world events through their morning announcments. Guest Speaker Asad Kahlil Guest Speaker Shunjiro Ishizuka 85Row 1: A. Henderson, S. Isserman D. Soloman. Row 2: Mr. Good, Sponsor, D. Scott L. Mundy. This year'sChess Team was sponsored by Mr. Good. They competed in the North Suburban Chess League where there are five other members. They play each of the other teams twice, one match at home and one away. Each match consists of five individual games which count for points. A win is worth one point, a draw is worth one-half point, and a loss is worth zero points. This years captain was David “Sol" Solo-man. He led the team through their exciting season. The Debate Team of Abington High School meets monthly with ten other schools to debate a national resolution. This year's resolution delt with the protection of water quality in the United States. The team performed exceptionally well with Rob Maxwell and David Lipson leading the way.Row 1: A. Spiegel, M. Shuman, D. Neff, J. Abrams. Row2: J. Lishnoff, R. Malnati, E. Smiley, C. Keller. Row3: J. Kieser-man, S. Gallant, S. Rines, B. Broker, D. Topkis, J. Sacchetti, L. Thompson, A. Mitchel. Row 4: J. Shorr, J. Rosner, R. Abowitz, S. Shaffer, L. Deleon, L. Downy, M. Fitzpatrick, K. Koff. Row 5: A. Smigel, L. Blackman, H. Newberg, B. Lee, L. Podel, J. Kromyk. Row 6: R. Braman, D. Schwartz, T. Dratch, B. Timbers. ABINGTON TOWNSHIP SINIOA HIGH SCHOOL Row 7; A. Livezey D. Mulkewycz, N. Watt, R. Malnati, S. Thompson, R. Siani. Row2:S. Santora, A. Wainer, E. Hollin, D. Sykes, A. Russell, B, Laumer, K. Chick, K. Degen. Row 3:D. Jaslow, S. Okabayashi, L. Mundy, L. DeLeon, A. Wainer, S. Herman, S. Lanzillotti, R. Whitney, D. Loew. Row 4: L. Harris, K. McFadden, M. Fitzpatrick, N. Wilson.Officers: A. Spcig.il, Vice Pres.; M. Shuman, Sec.; D. Neff, Pres.; J. Abrams, Treas. m The Chinese Crub Club is a new club organized by Dave Neff, Jennifer Abrams, Andy Spiegal, and Megan Shuman and their sponsor Mrs. Fonda. The members dine out at different Chinese resturants such as The Man-duran Garden. They sample different Chinese foods and learn the art of eating with chopsticks. They whet their appetites with delicious Chinese cuisine. Their main purpose is to review different Chinese resturants in the area. The Varsity "A" Club is a spirit organization consisting of varsity letter winners representing the athletic teams. The Varsity "A" Club's activities include the FJalloween Rollerskating Party and the crowning of the Homecoming Queen at the annual pep ralley. The club chooses manager and coach of the year. They also sponsor intramural basketball in the winter. Officers: D. Mulkewycz, R Malnati, W. Walt, S. Thompson. 89B. Cohen, C. Marx, E. Yap, Mr. Schneller, D. Rosenthal. . and you know who you are. The Abington Camera Club, consisting of Rob Abowitz, Chris Marx and David Rosenthal, takes pictures of the school's activities and special events. Under the direction of Mr. Charles Schneller, the club learns to develop their own pictures. Many photos are published in local area newspapers. The Abington High School News Bureau, sponsored by Mr. Schneller, provides the community with news about the school's events. The staff of the News Bureau writes articles for the Abingtonian, The Spectre, and local area newspapers such as the Times Chronicle, The Mongomery County Record, and The Glenside News. The New Bureau is an excellent experiance for students interested in a journalism career. 91c J2 Row 7;G. Vukasovic, B. Cohen, J. Merovitz, S. Baron. Row2: M. Eskin, M. Dubrow, E. Frieder, J. Green, L. Mundy, B. Jaslow, A. Meckling, F. LePar. Row 7: T. Ettelson, B. Cohen, L. Chalmers, L. Mundy. Row 2: H. Dieterly, S. Mikelberg, T. Kasdin. 92Row 1: L. Chalmers, M. Mortella, D. Goldblatt. Row 2: D. Leonard, L. Mundy, D. Koche, D. Rosenthal, L. Marion. Row 3: A. Candeub, D. Eisman, B. Dubrow, S. Mikelberg. The Abingtonian is the senior high school newspaper, putting out six issues during the school year. Special issues include the April Fools and Senior editions. The Abington includes a sports page, features and editorial articles, as well as news reports. This year's Editor-in-Chief is Barry Dubrow, supported by his Assistant Editor, Sheryl Mikelberg. THE TEACHER The Teacher existed and taught when teaching was out of style The Teacher loved and learned when learning meant solitude. And when he noticed the sunset the sun burnt into his heart all of the learnings he swore to immortalize in youth. The Teacher steadfast and strong when strength meant bitter, antagonized The Teacher respected and exhalted when respect meant being a teacher. The Spectre is a collective annual publishing of creative works including poems, short essays, plays, art work and photography. The staff of the Spectre collects works from students. Meetings are approximately every two weeks. During the meetings the stories are read, analysed, and rated. The authors remain anonymous until the time of publication to prevent partiality. crowds. Elista Kati 9194 Row 1: S. Pashman, M. Bray, B. Eskin, V. Yoder, K. Pierce. Row 2: K. Abowitz, S. Shaffer, B. Broker, D. Betz, J. Nerenberg. Macauley, J. Miller, N. Bender, K. Rosenfeld. Not Pictured: B. Slenn, R.“Good Morning Abington!" AR TkVis Abington's modified version of MMR's Morning Zoooooo. They may not have Hawaiian Shirt Gonzo Friday with Nikki Hoi, but they've got spunk. They radiate the airwaves with their voices as they inform Abington Students of meetings, sports scores, and birthdays. Under the direction of Mr. "Scruff Connors" Connor, they bring a little life to the advisor room period at Abington High School (if that's possible).W nfer Sports Editor Murray Slenn Editor-inRow 7; T. Schwartz. Row 2: K. Kortright, D. Kelly, D. Bauerle, L. Schiffman, W. Zeitz, S. Matisoff. Row 3: A. Jackson, J. Wopperer, J. Shaffert, J. Kel ley, J. Kasier, H. Miller, K. Hindsman.Sopranos W Zeitz J. Condeelis T. Cook D. Ely A Jackson M. Kelly Ah os G. Good j Patrick J. Green K. Hindsman C. Holloway M McCown ). Wilson J. Kaiser S. Sadofl C. Spiller A. Nguyen 1. Vance J. Kelley K. kortright J. Neri J. Shaffert Basses S. Tomlinson D. kelly K. Klock J. Arbittier H. Miller S. Matisoff G. Diana K. Roma T. Schwarz S Dobrowolski J. Wopperer J. Crawford S. Goodman T. Leatherbury C. Hefner Tenors R. French A. Kceley D. Bauerle M. Hackett J. Kolonsky T. Schweizer P. McLaughlin H. Lim A. Jacobs L. Schiffman S. Baron Q Z co uu U Z 0 u Row 7 K. Black S. Delaney L. Shields W. Gallagher A. Apolinario A. Goldhaber B. Davis M, Davis S Shaffer K. Rosenfeld T. Trost L. Harris G. Shenk Gregg M. Bray J. Staniszewsky T. Brennan R. Filaferro T. Schweizer S. Smith S. Werthner J. Wilson j. Mina N. Altman H. Segal Z. Fabian K. Wear D. Grande A. Carrell H. Lim C. Degursky N. Braim R Collier T. Rigney B. Sturla N. Waldman C. Ifill B Schlorff K. Macauley M. Armstrong D. Loevv Row J R Wheeler K. Traub rCwve S S- Schramm K. Shacklady D Wachinski K Kortright C Shields j. O'Connor H. Lukas A. Rexrode L. Genesio M Timm S. Thayne D. Freas S. Smith C. Horner L. Bur H. Stieffenhof C. Saurman S. Burfilrl M. Jessop Row 2 S. Colantonio ). Enel D. Betz B. Tynan D. Leonard • K. Chick 1. Mal.s R. Cluclow J. Gudknecht L. Marion H.Goldhammer fc. Huebner W. Pearce L. Tinsman B. Hinerfeld S. Zoller J. Shuttloworth Row 4 B. Laumer D. Sax H. Goldhaber D. Marx 1. Smith M. Kchoe Row 5 B. Jaurique E. Lambert D. Goldhaber T. Scheuren L. Specter B. Flynn W. Mason D. TopkisRow 1 L. Blum S. Kim L. Woo D. Liu S. Baum S. Smiley L. Chalmers Row 2 T. Schwarz T. Gallagher A. Moore D. Glemsor B. Jaslow K. Goldberg B. Mandell L2 Row 3 B. VanHorn M. Hollingsworth M. Armstrong D. Koche S. Birch K. Kortright Row 4 W. Gallagher M. Wormley S. Sokolove L- Row 5 H. Scherrer E. Lambert M. Jessop N. Altman D. Jaslow K. Macauley T. Rigney V SokoloveC. Bradshaw, J. Faye, E, Lambert, D. Pakman, W. Waldman, B. Flynn, G. Kintisch. Row 1:). Mina, B. Claffee,L. Marion, S. Burkart, S. Smith, J. Baum, J. Staniszewski. Row 2:D. Leonard, R. Cluelow, L. Tinsman, M. Je$$op,T. Rigney, Mr. Valario. Row 3: E. Neff, M. Loesher, D. Goldhaber, D. Pakman, R. Chilton, E. Lukas, D. Marx. 104Row 1: N. Allman, N. Waldman, H. Goldhaber. Row 2: M. Kehoe, M. Jessop, D. Marx. 106 Row 1: M. Timm, J. Baum, N. Altman, K. Wear, L. Tinsman, S. Zoller, H. Goldhaber, L. Bur. Row 2: M. Kehoe, j. Malis, S. Shaffer, D. Pakman, B. Flynn, J. Gudnecht, K. Macauley, E. Lambert. Row 3: N. Waldman, S. Smith, T. Rigney, K. Rosenfeld, M. Davis, K. Kortright, L. Genessio, T. Schweizer.District ChoirSquads Marching Band — i i —— Abinahsn VG.f GoGCTTlM IffiSi NVflftlNG BAND. -£ WCr Pelt the •» AM NTHtRS Drum Majors Percussion Saxophones K. Macauley, M. Timm. Row 7:J. Faye, C. Bradshaw, E. Lambert, B. Flynn- Sgt. Row 2: D. Goldhaber, M. Loescher, T. Scheuren, W. Kleintz, J. Kintisch, W. Waldman. Row 3: N. Stella, D. Pakman, L. Smyth. Row 7: S. Smith- Sgt. Row 2: B. Claffe, S. Burkhart, A Rexrode. Row 3: J. Baum, B. Tucker, D. Betz. 108 1985 Americanice Champi-ation of a sea-ition by larcning band, ason, with first Wissa-irsh, and 'late It! Abington's first 1985 American Confi onships was the son of hard wo, every member It was an undefeat place wins at Up hickon, Ply Upper Moreland, Championships drew the attentio school, and prove! ability and will to winless slump that had lasted for several years. It was dedication and desire for excellence that led to success this year. The band was able to work together in bringing home those first place trophies. When they first won at Wissa-hickon, they had no way of knowing if their winning would continue. Each time they won after that, they gained more confidence, but they also felt more pressure to do even better. Their practices were spent repeating the spots in tneir show that gave them the most trouble and making the good spots even better. By the time onships arrived, they j were psyched to win. They cou Idn't they'd had end on ictory. tory there came recog-ard of School Di-the Board of Township Com-Imission rs, and State Representative |jon Fox, who arranged for the band to n the floor of the House Capitol in Harrisburg. In addition, the band marched away with wonderful memories of a fantastic season. The band was led during this victorious season by [Drum Majors Karen Macauley and Maria Timm who were J 1 Trumpets Row 7. H. Lim, E. Lukas. Row 2: M. Milligan, J. Shuttleworth, C. Malloy. Row 3: D. Frease, R. Greenbaum, A. Abowitz- Sgt., J. Chick, A. Apolinario. Low Brass Row 7; J. Gudnecht, L. Tinsman, C. Shields. Row 2: T. Schweitzer, K. Macauley, R. Chilton, T. Rig-ney. Row 3: M. Timm, M. Kehoe, H. Scherrer, S. Shaffer, N. Altman. supported by the Sergeants and Captains of each squad The show music consisted of a firey Spanish song called Ciera, with a trumpet solo performed by Andy Abowitz; Gershwin's popular Five Foot Two - Eyes ofBlue;a quick jazz song, Sing Sing, Sing, which featured the bandfront; and a grand finale which consisted of selections from the hit musical, Porgy and Bess. The people behind the scenes played a key role in the band's success this year. Mr. Mauro and Mr. Musica were co- directors who organized the entire band. There were many people who helped put the show together including Laurie Kuntell, Scott Mckay, and Tim Mckay, who were the drill coordinators. Janice Malone, Liz Barnhart, and Donna Staley were the bandfront instructors. The winning show was conceived and designed by Bob Everett. Clarinets Row 7:Z. Fabian, N. Waldman- Sgt., K. Rosenfeld. Row 2: L. Shields, C. Degurski, M. Silikovitz, W. Gallagher, A. Goldhaber, L. Lindsay. Conference ChampionsRow 7.C. Horner, L. Genesio, N. Braim,. Row2:K. Kortright,‘S. » Delaney. Row 2: K. Chick, S. Zoller, B. Sturla. Row 2: E. Segal, C. Iffil, S. Colantonio, J. Reich. Not Pictured: S. Smith, Sgt. Row 7: L. Holland, C. Golingan, J. Baker, Row 2: B. Wilson, D. Dusky, M. Wormley, L. Houseknecht. Not Pictured:L. Zemitis L. Yoder, Capt. noRow 1: D. Magison, R. Doyle, J. Castor, L. Williams. Row 2: K. Williams, M. Malarkey, N. McGettigan, L. Piunti, C. Good, C. Hefner. Row 3: K. McStay, M. Kelly, B. Helwig, A. Williams Captain, T. Strittmatter, Captain. Row 1: D. Guinther, S. Park, J. Wilson, Captain, L Blum, Captain. Row 2: L. Sykes, S. Kim, J. Kaiser, N. Harris, D. Stinson. Row 3: A. Gebb, C. Maher, T. McCormick, B. Peirce, D. Le-beau. Not pictured: J. Young Row 1: M. Howald, B. Dorshimer. Row 2: C. McColgan, A. Saylor, L. McClinton. Row 3: J. Fisher, S. Walter, D. Williams, M. Maltman, K. Ely, Captain.Awards And Scholarships Marty Jacobson (left) and Mr. Schmid presenting the Student of the Month A ward to Todd Ettelson. David Pakman (left) and David Soloman accepting their awards for placing first and second respectively in the Pennsylvania Junior Science Competition. National Merit Scholar Commendables: Row 7;S. Leiberman, A. Kaji, E. Miller, S. Ritter, S. Estel, S. Cohen, T. Trost. Row 2: M. Althouse, C. Carrol, E. Vogel, M. Davis, B. McGrath, E. Parsha, D. Jaslow, R. Maxwell, D. Shin, C. Saboe, A. Hoffman, N. Gever, A. Candeub. Not Pictured: C. Hartman, J. Eiseman. 12 National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists: C. Equi, M. Iffil, D. Koche, R. Strulson, D. Leonard, K. Macauley. Not Pictured: D. Muller, D. Goldblatt.Presidential Classroom: L. Houseknecht, R. Strulson, J. Eiseman, T. Trost, B. Slenn, H. Moon, j. Bourbon, M. Loescher Hoffman, R. Maxwell, B. Seiter. Not Pictured: J. Bruck, A. 113 Computer Bowl: Row 1: C. Equi, Coach Reiff, J. Mcrovitz, Row 2: R. Stoerrie, D. Meyer.WHY MY CAR IS ME A Porsche, Fiero, Camaro, it's not, A 1956 Chevy is what I got. It doesn't have power steering or power brakes And 5 miles per gallon is all it makes. It's not turbo-charged or fuel injected And once a year I get it inspected. This very old car doesn't handle real well But it's fast on a straight like a bat out of . . . So next time you see me at a red light Stop and think and do what's right. 'Cause a race with me might be your last fight! By Glen Seydel MY CAR, MY FREINDS, AND ME or HOW TO GET INVITED OUT ON WEEKENDS, by Tami Toyota Trost (To be read as if reading purple crayon on a large piece of elementary school green paper outside of first grade classroom) My car is white. My car only has a roof sometimes. My car helps me relax when I am sad. I like to drive my car without a roof. In the summer, I have to listen to the Beach Boys while driving. I like to drive alone, but I like it better when I get to drive my friends around. Some of my friends like to ride in my car without the roof in the winter. They get cold, but they don't care. Some of my friends like to sleep in my trunk. Some of my friends like to sit on the back while I am driving. This is dangerous and they know better. Some of my friends like to push my car around parking lots when the engine isn't on. When my friends are bad, they lose their right to use the power windows. Some of my friends don't like my car as much as my dad's car. My car is not fast. My car is a little too small. My car is hard to keep clean. But I love my car just the same. BLUE BIG FOOT VS. THE GREAT WHITE CHIEF by Mark Eskin and Noah Bender 7:00 AM - The sun rises on the new day, and the shadowy outline of the school building becomes more distinct. The car lot receives its first patrons of the morning. A red Buick, a white Toyota; but the big boys have not arrived. 7:20 AM - A glint of sunlight off shiny white paint. The Great White Chief moves up the drive, slow and confident. A right-hand turn into the lot - BUT WAIT! There, in all its prominence, stands the Blue Bigfoot. How could we have missed it? 7:21 AM - The Great White pulls into a parking space. The doors open and its cargo spills out as the droning engine purrs into silence. Noah steps out last, spots Mark in front of his Bigfoot, and moves slowly forward. Noah walks toward Bigfoot and its wiley owner, until he stands face to face with Mark, eyeing him cautiously. They extend hands - - - shake and stride into school. The giants will not meet today, but what about tomorrow? 114The 301 blues The 301 blues The 301 blues The 301 blues The 301 So I drag myself up out of bed Get bundled up from toe to head I hitch my dog up to my sled Yell "mush" and off to school I head. Why doesn't 301 ever close? Just unrealistic I suppose But I have another reason to propose: They think we're bloody Eskimos. Now I lay me down to sleep Counting snowflakes instead of sheep When I wake it's six feet deep And still continuing to heap. On my radio I do hear The streets are totally unclear Do not go out - not far - not near At home I'll have to stay, I fear. Philadelphia schools are closed this day Cheltenham can stay home and play 300, 302, and 303 they say But 301 - uh-uh - no way. Or sometimes just as you're out the door The station adds one number more 301 just realized there's more snow in store But why couldn't they have figured that out before?SUPERLATIVES PLUS! Marching Band Banquet Student Awards THE EDITOR'S POLL - A SENIOR'S POINT OF VIEW Best movies to remember: Sixteen Candles, Breakfast Club, Fast Times at Ridgemont High Song of the Year: "Sussudio" Movie of the Year: Rambo In school Movie of the Year: Codzilla vs WWII by Walt Disney Favorite school lunch: Meatball sandwich Least Favorite school lunch: everything else Best Actress on screen: Molly Ringwald Best Actor to watch on screen: Rob Lowe Best Book: Forever by Judy Blume Best Assigned Reading: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger Worst Assigned Reading: Moby Dick by Herman Melville (even the Cliff's were too hard to read) Best TV Show: Cosby Show, Moonlighting, Family Ties Best Class: 2nd semester Health with Mr. Wilkinson Favorite Weekend Hangout: Joseph's, Stoxy's, Hope's (Jennifer Katz) house Favorite Movie Theater w Sticky Floors: Budco Orleans 8 Favorite Movie Theater w o Sticky Floors: Baederwood Most Popular Car: Nancy Frank's Dodge Dart Favorite Custodial Engineer: Woody Best Radio Station: 93.3 WMMR Most Popular Involvement Day Activity: WCAU FM Radio Dj Terry Young What do you think about during the moment of silence? A. Sleeping Q. What do you do during detention? A. Pray for rain. Q. What do you want for Christmas? A. To graduate Q. In which class is it easiest to fall asleep? A. Homeroom Q. Which teacher gives the most detentions? A. Homeroom and study hall teachers. Q. How many people have you given your locker combination to? A. Average is 3 (1 is considered illegal) Best Smile: Jeff Nerenberg and Terri Donnell Best Eyes: Steve Phillips and Maxine Burns Lips with the most mileage: Denny Haynos and Chris Kurawski Best person to walk behind: Charles Griffin and Lor-edana Caso Best person to tell secrets to: Jon Kieserman Best "Best Friends": Jon Kieserman and Marty Jacobson Couple Most likely to get Married, Divorced, Married, Divorced,.. . Michael Rosner and Amy Smith Most likely to win the Indy 500: Erik Budman Cutest Couple Woody Klcintz and Mimi Howald Wimp Award Woody Kleintz Male Flirt Noah Waldman Foul Mouth Janice Wilson Most Excuses Tracey Schwcizer Bad Attitude Ed Lambert Wedgie Award Mark Loescher Female Flirt Stephanie Colantonio Hunk Award Marty Milligan Loud Mouth Stephanie Colantonio Kelly Chick Sue Zoller Lainie Segal Three Musketeers Janice Malone Liz Barnhart A pack of Marlboros Broken Record Jim Fay Teddy Bear Chris Bradshaw Stupid Question Audrey Goldhaber Airhead Award Wendy Waldman Tree Award Tom Rigney Bent Horn Award The Tuba Squad Worst Marcher Herb Scherrer The Skippy Chunky Award From the Drum Line to Scott and Tim MtKay Special Award To Debbie Duskey for clobbering Mr. Mauro with a silk pole Most Dedicated Band Parent Mr. Waldman Biggest Complainer Rob Grcenebaum Silver Throne Beth Flynn Golden Throne Andy AbowitzQUOTABLE QUOTES FUN WITH NUMBERS FAMOUS PHRASES WE'LL NEVER FORGET! "Ecoutez bien" - every French book test begins with these words. "Check paper size, remove the original" - copy machine at the Abington Library. "And here's Gabby Abby" - the ARTW staff introducing our favorite nemesis. "Please rise for a moment of silence" - the moment which is rarely silent. "Clear off your desks" - every teacher before a test. "One more outburst like that and you have a night" - the warning every study hall teacher gives at least twice. "There will be no salad bar tomorrow" - the only afternoon announcement that gets everyone's attention. "We don't appreciate the fans using foul language" -the warning we all need to hear. "The library will be closing in 15 minutes" - the librarians at the Abington Library preparing for the 'Exodus'. "Where are you going Where's your pass? - Miss Haggerty checking for improper pass procedure (IPP). "All members must attend" - the usual threat from every club at Abington. "If you haven't yet picked up your case of M M's you will not be able to attend the trip to Washington D.C." - the morning plea of the World Affairs Club. "The following people owe obligations" - preparation for the list as long as the phone book. "Class it should be a really great game Friday night, it would be great to see you there" - Mr. Wilkinson at the end of every class. "1 think she's cute and has cute legs" - Mr. Wilk on Mrs. Wilk. "You wise guys!" - the ever popular reply from Woody the custodian. Remember the three P's for passing; present, preparation, and participation." - Miss Schaeffer "This administration in no way advocates the day known as 'senior cut day"' - speaks for itself. 70% - percentage of attendance needed to pass gym 56 - number of stamps needed to send college applications through the guidance office 301 - school closing number 300 302 - the only numbers ever heard on the radio P215 - Mr. Wilk's room number 390000 - College Board code number for Abington 2499 - Abington test center number A112 - Guidance office 10:30 - the time the attendance office usually calls your house 867-5309 - Jenny's number 222 - room number of that TV show 1-31-86 - the day a lot of seniors were absent 722-7000 - Joseph's take-out number 2:35 - end of school 2:17 - the time you usually look at the clock to see if it's 2:35 yet 7:41 - late for homeroom again 3:30 - library closes 8:45 - copy machine at the Abington library shuts off 48 - TV channel famous for the Flinstones, may it rest in peace 884-4700 - school phone number (well, they know your's) 2:45 - the time the soda machine really turns on 93.3 - the morning zoo's address 98.9 - Lady B's homebase 33-17-6 - my freshman locker combination 8:30 - time to report for the SAT's 7:00 - morning detention S4B - detention hall (more familiar to some than others) 20 - detentions before suspension (just in case you were counting) 12 20 85 - Christmas break began 3 21 86 - Easter break began 5 30 86 - Senior Prom 90125 - YES albumHugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hug- Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs HugsHugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs ugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs Hugs HugsA Misplaced Ad - Please forgive the placement of this, our Features Editor's remembrances. TAMI TROST - A Swedish Paradise Island, Fifi and Margo, the Duke of York, calls from Andre, Barlow 44, Neubauer, Aaron, French Smurf cakes, Robert Chadwick, Civil War Nurse, Jewish women, Larry Rosenberg, fake tans, boxer shorts, a date with my brother, St. Elmo's bar, Egress the taximan, your I Love NY button, Egg, Porky, 4-eyes 4-eyes, Burberry scarf, Jim Christian, Hooters, my Boris Becker autograph, my clogs, my purple hat, jams, Henry Vlll's dog, Anais Anais, fudgetowns, Bennet and JB Miller, the Producers, trash-can earrings, V-word, Muppet nicknames, Paper Dolls (the TV show), Dr. Ruth's guide, Charlie's advice. Don't be blue, Peter the Great, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Barbeads, Chris Rock tix. Country Club diner, Grande mere mere Lil, a Swedish moon! Honeydripper AMY KAJI - Jimmy Cliff tapes, Jimmy Fund poster, my glasses, OUR Physics notebook, blankety-blank, numbahs, brownies on your birthday, Kathy's visit home, unloseable keys, flowers for YOU, fresh cucumbers, 3 Harvard pens, Al-phaville, a pass to Penn's Van Pelt Library, Dee-Tenn-Shonl, term paper all-nighters, calls to Harvardian roomates on the night before a math-science test, virgin strawberry daquiri's at Uno's, toe-nail polish. AMY TRESS - blue suede boots with fringe and gemstones (very available at Bloomie's), a trip to Haiti by Club Med, Jeanie gossip, other yearbook meeting gossip, fun lunches. Flex classes at the YMCA, assigned seats at lunch Burger King NANCY FRANK - pre-homeroom conversations, Tami's wrath at yearbook meetings, both Stewarts (H. Samuel and Steve), my deadline, a trip to South Street with Todd Ettelson in the car. RICHARD STRULSON - Leslie Webb's address, a one week trip to Washington with Brad "Hunk" Slenn, Muffinface's tale fat globules, lettucehead, honeydew, Alex Keaton, Skippy, Shrunkenhead, a prom date with W.W. (???), grapes (purple and green), white nights, a very available Penn dorm room, not to forget lunch time gossip, Stefan Edberg as a roommate, one of my volcanic ensembles (I'm a Molly Ringwald wanna-bel), more J.E.E. love triangle gossip, discussions about slime on a toadstool, Jay Bourbon watching Cosby Show and Cheers, my pink shades. NEIL GEVER - A long-owed apology, some great phone debates about Zionism, 2 tickets to the senior prom, also Q-ing in a hurry. BRINA KRUPNICK - basketball games, gift certificates to Express for tacky neon clothes, fake diamond rings, a car door, lunches at Continental Pizza while listening to Billy Joel, omelettes made by Steve Perry look-alike, my brother bringing you Sashi whom he almost ran over in his red car, unexpected eyeliner checks by your mom, Joe from ACME, a double-date with Brian and Neil at the Soph-Hop, a promise for a Penn Law School babe, Brother from Another Planet, General Public, Kamish bread. BRIAN SHRAGER - a BANG! out of me in Calculus, a touch-up on anybody's driver's license during lunch (when you should be socializing), your tomato vs. my non-turbo BECKY ZUCKER - my Stanford t-shirt, post-gym conversations about your brother's friends. ADAM CANDEUB - your Perry Ellis vest for a sweater made by your mom, membership in the beau monde, my pink fur "look at me" coat, a rescinding of your acceptance at William's College, a copy of Kristin Lauransdalter (the book), a copy of Auntie Marne, a conversation with Louise Brooks if you make it to heaven, a green-eyed Greek-speaking harpist to marry, a Valkyre, presidency of the Philosophy Forum Club, decadence and reveries. SANDY ESTEL - the sweetest boyfriend, but more importantly, calves, David Magilner and Andy Barry at study hall. ERIKA MILLER - more Creative Studies projects, hectic yearbook meetings, your eyelashes, Donny Osmond, fights over copy sheets, a trip to France, my nose, your cream rug (no shoes allowed), Atari games, getting by in McHugh. TINA LOTZ ANGELA WILLIAMS - headaches and complaints in gym, screaming mimis at volleyball, getting out of ping-pong, Mr. Moister saying "5 more minutes" in aquatics. VICKIE REYNOLDS - a 45-minute nap, the video to Therese Desquereux. SUSAN LIEBERMAN - conversations about a curse, plane tickets to Iowa, wild college life. The Adventrues of Henry Clay, your very own Ann Taylor. MISS FOLEY - my boss' (at CSP) suspenders, a teenage slang dictionary, David Shin, a nationwide ban on Cliff's Notes, socks (you can get cold, even if "you have no blood"). Lady Chatterly's Lover [the movie is better), a physics course at Stanford, a teaching position at a prep school like Hotchkiss where you get to share orange juice with your’students, a juxtaposition, an invitation to see Arthur row. KAREN MACAULEY MARIA TIMM - best of luck and love, rest and relaxation for your fingers. MR. CONNOR MR. SMITH - all of my CSP attendance and evaluation charts, a Barbie camper, another year with moi, an underground tunnel to Burger King, an outfits editor, more pictures of cliquey hugs, more witty and obscene captions, arm badges to show your censoring power, a new stupid metal sculpture for the desk, a huge poster of Mr. Smith for the inside of the closet door, bigger drawers (?), microfiche for all the old yearbooks so only sophisticated staff members can peek through them during meetings, an all male staff that would rather fill the yearbook with pictures of G.l. Joe than Barbie. Lest we forget the ever popular senior quote which exemplifies me. "I don't want to own anything until I know I've found the place where me and things belong together." Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's To some of the people who made the last four years "interesting?" for Tami Isabelle No-Name Trost. ANDREW ABOWITZ - pink lace, transformers, a Mercedes to drive, proms for the tux, your own home in Florida, cliche day, psyche, a week at "home", windsurfing and running, a new psychiatrist, movies, Joseph's, Hillary's, concerts, tapes, I told you so's, swimming pool raids fully clothed, cutting band excuses, salt pepper, tape for smashed windows, a sordid past, sophomore lovers as a senior and senior lovers as a sophomore, FME, prepositions at the end of a sentence, but what if she's pretty and ..., the world is mine, for sale signs, a decent comeback, spitting wars, thoughts before you speak, money for all the driving "points", Trivial Pursuit at 4:00 AM w Murray, speed racer driving, I want to be difficult it's working, 7:28? I'll be ready, Joe Blair at 7:22 under the bridge, 3:33, 5:55, a seat at the front of the bus.MEMORIES - THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY a handstand on Bandstand, I told you in November, It's your own fault, no sympathy, Why doesn't it work my way?. Will you drive tomorrow?, Dana down the shore. Little Nickie, No, I don't want to know, Victory in the rain, I don't know, cop-outs, years to catch up, Yes, you must wear a suit, Will you do me a big favor, Brownies with chips, surprise party, clothing check-list, I must say, Eddie, Lionel would never do it, play and run winter concerts, lip reading, tag-a-long Tami, Baby Andy, Drinking bets, books to take home, all the quarters I owed you, camera fights, homemade pizza, Bando and religion arguments, sentimentality or the lack there of, an end to Michael, Benny Louie and Jake, obligations, chili sauce, white shoe polish, is that a promise or a threat, simple pleasures for simple minds, moonlit walk requirements, MY DEVOTED LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP FOREVER (whether you want it or not!) JOY EJEYCEMANN - Kate Allie, Cagney Lacey, Scarecrow Mrs. King, If I am going to be drowned, bridge of love, swatch rot, Reggae nights, Hi! it's me, library calls, foot gymnastics, double Walkmans, Lee the library, Give me a hint, Kathy Klaudia Killer Kookies, PSAT scores, revealed, rainbow Mork Mindy suspenders, pink hi-liter hair, Paul Dean Karl, (MB)', Duane, Rob Zas, Thtephan, U.S. Pro Indoor sweatshirt, Minnesawdust, Trygve for the prom, Born at Einstein in '68, Where were you?, Paul the driver, Paper Chase, James at 15 16, Hands Up, cafe cafe, Paul Jennifwa, Angela Landsbury, uncontrollable laughter, silent laughs, Hotchkiss sweats. He looks like . .. , Have a nice Wiegand, I have to universal, Jubmobile, St. Elsewhere, ABC girls, friendship shirts, Reggae Sun Splash, Barbie Ken, Grapefruit face, chips ahoy, It's Sat. nite and we ain't got nobody, Bockiis, Mike Ike D, Roddy Porky, DandoBando, Ideal fashion, Burger King binges, HB's in the Great Northeast, Yunie Lew, Reek, Swednin', ACE, 3 yr. B-ball vets, my weekly loves, ripple effect, point of personal privilege, Tsu Shi, Cack Rardie, Mike Jack tix, Shmoo, LeeLee, I want him!. My mom's home gotta go, main meat, Yuppie Puppies, Charles in Charge, Don't be sad. Miss Piggy, Cellberman, Ride the White horse, Gunnar, Sloane Cohen, Gunton brothers, French films, Yarnoff or Shamlian?, advice from Cosmo, Tatum the piglet baby, ice from screwdrivers. Where are my gazolines, blackmail, CA TS, hiding behind our dips, artichokes, Maria Coppollella, Paul Mayhew, Kramer, nose secrets, names for the address book, fair is foul and foul is fair, MakkkBeth, Don't hang back with the brutes, Click, Madame Michael's, front seat of Michael's car. Madonna's lip thing, compass earrings. Sloth, PB J stickers, prom lockets, What are you wearing packing?, Bahamamama, antidote for civilizations. You are going to die, knock your top off, pumpkin head, Alverthorpe basketball runs. Am Stud exam cram session, I can't deal cards, Icky poo and Mr. Yuck, comma splices, MacDonald land cookies, Lady B, thoughts from left-field, speaking dyslexic. What would I do without you. Just look over your shoulder I'll always be there! RICHARD STRULSON - Dr. Rick Strubson, Tom Kane, Miss Allen, Ms. Barber secrets, Mr. Parsha, happy electrons, Dr. Abt, P.S. Ogontz, sexual stereotypes, bananas cherry pie lunches. Astro Rorge, RSOP, Bloomi's catalogue model, two left feet, gossip updates, calculator average cookie monster tennis breaks, I am not competitive, Bangladesh, Etcetera, Laura Hewitt's 100 domesticated rats, silent jokes in European, footnoted jokes, Stacey and Diet Pepsi fixes, favorite parking spots on South Street, gifted, abortion debates, leeches, hydrox and oreos, hydroponic tomatoes, you like her more, 9 or 10 years, Valley Fair, your mom's best friend, a respectable date, Pot Toast and Apple Strulson, the gang at Ashbourne, Stock Boy of the Year, Giorgio, Lacoste and Polo wars, twin Lacoste Sassoon Dockside outfits, The Preppy Bible, I won't worry because we are both great corresponders. TODD ETTELSON - newspaper surveys, puppies that never grow up, computer programs, Toddler, 3x0=0, only 15 minutes left Thank God, 32 periods a week, candy in class, can I borrow 25«?, literature discussions, Dionysean or Christ symbolism, scientific minds. The Scientific Fallacy, million dollar Boredom Marathon, Burger King break-out funeral break-in, Tug-o-war over Miss Foley, 52's, Student of the Month, Hail to our Spanish class rebel, Marquis de Sade, the only person I could always count on for honesty and humor. AMY KAJI - Kajerific, skating friends, housekeepers en anglais, Japanese lessons, toenails, candy elections, no competition between friends, big birthday cards, stolen report cards, free Coke on Steve Shades, dictionary pages, balding older men, windsheild notes, Killer Kookies, Arthur Naomi's wedding, hallway hellos, "Heart and Soul", 99 Laugh Styles, our own Huis Clos friendship, monkeys from Candide, Mr O'Mullane's girlfriend's perfume, cocktail parties w Mr. DiDonato, plagiarized computer programs, fruit flies, your best friend's from elementary school, Ray Rachel's perfumed notes, vocab charades, a harbinger hamburger, let's get out of Mr. Rick's class fast!, apologies and a well-tuned ear you can always borrow. AMY TRESS - homeroom buddies, Amy Trost, How does one win at heart failure?, Jill and Greg stories, Mrs. Helinski, Do I write good notes?, sisters-in-law, free volleyball lessons, insecurity on video, 10th yr reunion chairmen, the slumber party I was never invited to, funerals on film, 10 more pages and 100 more years of friendship. HILARY KIESERMAN - Nanners, lost cars in parking lots. Are you sure that's not a cop?, Dairy Stop, bowling instead of Pulsations next time, Bobby's girl Harlan's girl, Pac-man and balloon notes, lyrics by Hilary and Tami, hallway injuries, lax scars, women's suffrage w Susan, Marc Axelgrease, empty M M boxes, zoo stickers and Salty the Sea Lion, emergency convos, 10 min. return memories, grudge match. No let me sit next to him, Wheeez!, running up the down escalator, tape binges, Kaiser roll, granola and cinnamon toast, C.l.T. privileges, hidden jolly ranchers, bed by the window, no drawer space, pinned underwear. Tempted lessons at midnite, 23 Mikes, 1001 tissues. Please carry my toothbrush, Isabelle, circling South Street, Adam Cramer, speed eating lessons, Danny Howie and Harold, Child's Play instead of tennis. I'm in love again?, St. John and his ego. No I did not ask him out, Pete's Dragon, who else could understand me and my mother at the same time. STACY SCHRAMM - 100 candy canes from Brad, turtlenecks, stolen carnations, locker artwork, baseball bats of love, Hug a Bando Day, 15 min. school board meetings, hot chocolate and granola bars for priviledged few, dog house and snack bar fueds, Margo murder, I have to work I swear, hot bando gossip, the warmer cooler, outsiders not in uniform, warm radiators to sit on. Herb's wife, library study mods 7-9, we aren't with the guys doing the "bird", only you always understand.GABBY FOR LIFE By Susan Abby Lieberman Each weekday morning, as the sun rises over Abington, a disembodied voice cackles, in a sugary if not sincere tone, "Goooood Morning!" It's tradition, it's annoying, it's Gabby Abby. Gabby Abby is the most misunderstood and least loved of the highly revered ARTW staff; she is also my alterego. Gabby was designed created to project joy and enthusiasm to the semi-conscious masses at Abington. She doens't, but nonetheless she is a success in her own right. Gabby Abby, through power of voice alone, causes most students to long for their first period class. Embarrassing and or stupid messages, in combination with a tone that radiates joi de matin, arouse students to anger and often violent revolt. She may not make you happy, but she makes you wake up! Of course, without the calming performance of the remaining ARTW staff members; Luscious Lauren, Kittenish Kristen, Dapper Dave, Shining Sherry, and Candid Karen, there would surely be a revolt by the general population. The job isn't glamourous; the studio is in desparate need of fumigation. We have had our battle with ennui and censors, but when you come right down to the bottom line, we've had a marvelous time. Believe it or not, my fellow graduates, one lonely,, cold morning (or Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines morning) you're going to rise and shine and long for the days of good old "Goooood Morning!" NOTE: Last year the author nearly killed her editor and good friend with an overdose of writer's procrastination; this year she repeated the performance. 126AN ODE I OWED One day as I was sitting eating spam. She suddenly appeared, her name was Joanne. She came after me with a knife, I barely escaped with my life. Hurriedly out into the hail I ran. And nearly bumped into Wayne Chessman. The moral is: If mentally ill go seek aid, Or else you'll be known by Mr. Wilk's 12th grade. help ans to for a commentaries. 1. His daughter Julie seeing him in the nude, and asking embarrassing questions to guests at cocktail parties. 2. Wayne Chessman, the man, the wrestling hero, the mascot of allpurpose cleansers. 3. Joanne the mysterious stranger and all-purpose nut. 4. The best friend from home who's mom had 20 kids in 20 years. 5. I didn't cry at Brian's Song - confessions of a macho man. 6. Real men don't carry pocketbooks. 7. Dr. Bank's Greatest Hits - a top 40 recording on mental health. 8. Everything you always wanted to know about happiness but were afraid to ask - 10 questions to ask yourself. 9. I saw Bobby Knight in person, and lived to tell about it. 10. A sad commentary - kids today just aren't healthy. 11. 101 ways to stop a crying baby. 12. The mystery of the stolen breakfast muffin. 13. The eternal question - What are the McDonald's like in Abington? Mr. Wilkinson dqcument his fabulous write down, thejenior yearbook editors preliminary outline of his very best In an attempt to stories he always me: donate this spacePhiladelaphia - fl.J.K. A bington At Cive A id 129HOME AWAY FROM HOME 130iiS31QOOa DIWVNAQLET’S SPEND SOME 132 DON'T DO IT, BARB! CARD CATALOG TRAVELS HOW'D YOU GET THERE?TIME WITH BARBIE! DON'T DROWN, BARBIE! . . . AS A COMPUTER ORNAMENT? BUT I'M BARBIE, NOT TISH! I TOEINGTHE LINE"But it's more fun this way, coach!" 136 "Stretch two-three-four . . . Against All Odds "I know I know him from somewhere" Abington - always in front. "Come on, golf ball, you can do it!" 137Woooooo is soooooo tired! So she thinks she can beat me? Well we'll see about that! Stupid bird! I should've seen it coming! 138Abington's Meen Machine! "Hah! They'll never find it!" The four Ingalls sisters from Little House on the Prairie tunning down a meadow. 139Wait 'till my mommy sees this one! Abington Players! When will we finally teach Now which way do I go? them how to read? 140 "EEK! Those can't be real muscles, or can they?" Friday The 13th, Part V: Jason plays field hockey.Hey Chris, Let's knock him over! Oh no you don't!INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL- The 1985-86 Intramural Basketball season concluded with an exciting playoff between Army and Temple. The high-flying Army team finished in first place for the regular season with a 7-2 record. Army was led by Larry Waugh, the league's second leading scorer, Rodney Johnson, and their slamming captain, Fred Allen. Army suffered only two losses both coming from arch rival Temple (7-2). Ted Ferguson (19.8 ppg) led a well balanced Temple attack, complimented by Shawn Sharkey and the aggressive Chuck Carter. Penn, led by the playmaking of Arom McCoy and the inside scoring of Pat Traynor and Richard Saunders, finished in third place (5-4). Fourth place Navy, sparked by hustling Kevin McKeever and Vance Dorsey, made a late season run that would make many a sailor proud. Sophomore standout Russell Durham combined with the outside shooting of Jamie Swift to give UCLA a fifth place finish. Villanova, led by the intense play of Murray Slenn and the steady Steve Santora, finished at 4-5, despite having to forfeit three games. The league's leading scorer Tony Smith (25.1 ppg) and flashy Bill Gibson led the running and gunning Notre Dame squad to a sixth place finish. Princeton rounded out the field in last place despite the fine play of Alexi Zentner, Bob Gamburg and Dave Gralnick. Overall, the intramural season was a success with good participation and organization from advisors, Mr. Schneller and Mr. Yost. Row 7.B. Collier, K. Johns. Row 2:t. Parsha, R. Johnson, L. Waugh, F. Allen. Row 1: J. Swift, D. Parsha. Row 2: S. Carrodo, R. Durham, T. Row 7:). Gaskins, T. Blow. Row 2: E. Okabayashi, T. Smith, Lang. Row 3: D. Schwartz. B. Gibson, C. Steckling. Row 3: M. Dimon, J. Love.Row 7.C. Carter, S. Sharkey. Row 2: K. Beard, O. Walker, V. O'Donoghue. Row 3: J. Greenfield, J. Vogel, A. Hoffman, T. Ferguson. Row 7:P. Conway, L. Dicks, S. Johnson, D. Bacharach. Row 2: R. Saunders, A. McCoy, P. Traynor, M. West. Row 7: M. Slenn, J. Geiger, S. Lanzillotti, J. Nerenberg. Row 7. D. Wachinski, V. Dorsey, D. Topkis. Row2: J. Ryan, Row 2: M. Jones, S. Santora. Row 3: R. Dinkins. J. Trotter, N. Durham, K. McKeever, T. Dratch. Row 1: D. Gralnick, B. Gamburg. Row 2: C. Peters, M. High Scorer: Tony Smith. Gargan, J. Marks, A. Zentner. H3Abington Opponent 49 Upper Dublin 15 44 Plymouth-White- marsh 18 46 Council Rock 17 43 Bensalem 20 43 Pennsbury 16 39 Neshaminy 19 44 Wm. Tennent 19 21 Norristown 35 27 Truman 33 Abington Opponent 15 UpperDublin 48 15 Plymouth-White- marsh 50 19 Council Rock 40 15 Bensalem 48 15 Pennsbury 49 15 Neshaminy 46 15 Wm. Tennent 42 15 Truman 47 Row 1. R. Bell, D. Langan, L. Mundy, T. Nyugen, B. Equi, R. Flint, J. Grande. Row 2. C. Nosal, S. Sexton, S. Gilbert, T. Massaro, T. Waite, S. Cheun. Row 1. Mr. Bell, T. Greenwell, L. Mundy, D. Greenwell, R. Flint, J. Grande. Row 2. N. Morrison, L. Mundy, H. Goldhaber, R Greenwall, M. Conway. 144 Abington Opponent 2 Plymouth-White- marsh 4 3 Bensalem 1 4 Council Rock 2 5 Truman 0 3 Neshaminy 1 2 Wm. Tennent 3 3 C.B. West 1 9 Lincoln 1 2 Pennsbury 0 10 Norristown 0 3 Bensalem 1 0 Council Rock 5 5 Truman 0 4 Neshaminy 0 1 Wm. Tennent 4 4 Pennsbury 2 3 Norristown 1 4 Plymouth-White- marsh 5 Row 1. M. DeFrancesco, D. Hughes, G. Carosella, W. Rivikin, D. Parsha, S. Santora, J. Garromone, B. Gerber, G. Bisacquino. Row 2. B. Slenn, j. Destefano, M. Slenn, K. McKeever, P. VanBuren, T. Dratch, B. List, J. Ryan. Row 3. Lisa Harris (manager), M. Gorni, G. Seydel, P. Traynor, E. Parsha, M. Mitchell, J. Francis, P. Early, K. Cooper.Row 1. B. Krupnick, L Spiegal, S. Feldman, A, Doyle, V. Compter, C. Ewing, S. Okabayashi. Row 2. M. Wolfinger, M. McGrath, L. Eckert, V. Mordan, F. Sokarda, Coach Lemke. Abington Opponent 7 Norristown 0 5 Pennsbury 2 6 Wm. Tennent 1 7 Truman 0 6 Neshaminy 1 2 Council Rock 5 6 Bensalem 1 7 Norristown 0 2 Pennsbury 5 6 Wm. Tennent 1 6 Truman 1 6 Neshaminy 1 5 Council Rock 2 7 Bensalem 0 Row 1. M. Johnson, P. Mulkewucz, E. Neff, M. Bray, D. Heigh, M. Shumann, J. Okamoto, J. Connell, J. Kromdyk, C. Malloy, D. Freas. Row 2. L. Murphy, V. Reynolds, K. Cornell, K. Chick, T. Lotz, C. Bardol, K. Rambo, D. Mulkewycz, J. Ripley. Row 3. S. Tomlinson, B. Laumer, S. Schramm, ). Shepherd, K. Immordino, S. Herrmann, N. Wilson, D. Gregg, C. McNamara. Row 4. M. Dougherty, A. Livezey, L. Bur, K. Beck, M. Griffin, M. Houston, D. Sykes, S. Barlow, G. Scheuren, L. Reynolds, B. Ferguson, A. Meckling, N. Harvey, B. Seiter, K. Grebe, A. Russell. Abington Opponent 1 Cheltenham 2 2 McDevitt 0 1 Plymouth White- marsh 2 3 Bensalem 1 0 Council Rock 1 2 Truman 0 0 Neshaminy 2 1 Wm. Tennent 2 2 Pennsbury 0 2 Norristown 0 3 Bensalem 1 2 Truman 0 0 Neshaminy 2 1 Upper Moreland 1 1 Wm. Tennent 1 2 Pennsbury 0 0 Council Rock 0 0 Norristown 1 Abington Opponent 15 Vi Methacton 2 Vi 16 Upper Dublin 2 13 Upper Moreland 5 12 Wissahickon 6 9 Vi Wm. Tennent 8 Vi 14Vi Bensalem 3Vi 15 Neshaminy 3 14 Vi Pennsbury 3V4 8 Vi Council Rock 9 Vi 15 Plymouth-White- marsh 3 18 Norristown 0 Row 1. K. Walsh. Row 2. Coach Schneller, J. Keiserman, S. Philips, C. Walsh, B. McGrath, B. Gamburg, B. Dubrow, S. Thompson, S. Smolda 145 P $l7Iv,s£ £, 4. fl •’ V % . • v- gf 7 4 . 9K? r aswk j i 1st row: Eric Gianelli, Rob Grasty, Hyung Moon, Marty Jacobson, Matt Gallagher, Rod Johnson, Alan Simbo, Rick Roatch, Drop, Ralhp Siani, Eric Bucksar, Drop. 2nd row: Dina Lawston, John Furlow, Bill Strange, Mike Jones, Brian Strauss, Troy Leatherbury, Alan Mitchell, Joe Castor, Larry Krasick, Charles Carter, Eric Ellis, Charles Griffin. 3rd row: Fred Allen, Pennell Wilson, Nick Bucksar, Dan Helm, Mike Young, Steve Sims, Larry Waugh, Drop, O.J. Walker, Drop, Paul Conroy. 4th row: Andrea Ewer, Steve Corrado, Gordon Craig, Eric Farish, Chris Lerch, Drop, Lhyn Nguyen, Joel Trotter, Chris Roberts, Drop, Steve Lanzilotti, Drop, Sung Moon, Marshall Roberts, Matt Bucksar. 5th row: Chip Jones, Jeff Hack, Warren Mason, Neil Durham, Drop, Drop, Russ Durham, Drop, Dave Roatch, Bill Amato, Larry Jones, Drop, Sean Poirch Abington Opponent 21 Pennridge 19 7 Glen Mills 10 6 Upper Merion 2 14 Council Rock 14 0 Pennsbury 21 0 Bensalem 15 0 Wm. Tennent 2 0 Truman 13 0 Neshaminy 28 8 Norristown 22 14 Cheltenham 7 Top: Kris Black; 2nd row: Lisa Deleon, Kristy Goldberg; 3rd Row: Monique Mosee, Louisa Schmid, Lauren Carlitz, Chris Kurowski, Alice Wainer, Trisha Williams; Center: Lynda Woo 146Abington Opponent 59 Methacton 113 125 Plymouth-Whi- temarsh 45 60 Upper Dublin 112 106 Upper Merion 64 95 Wissahickon 76 92 Upper Moreland 80 103 Cheltenham 69 110 Lower Moreland 62 97 Bcnsalcm 75 81 Norristown 91 82 Pennsbury 90 71 Wm. Tennent 101 133 H. S. Truman 34 96 Neshaminy 75 56 Council Rock 116 Row 1: R. French, M. Goldstein, C. Smith, A. Crangi, C. Maloy, K. Downs, S. Santora, K. Reynolds, M. Verdun, R. Whitney. Row 2: H. Miller, C. Kaiser, R. Rink, Z. Fabian, D. Bauerle, J. Alpaugh, C. Van Buren, D. Manis, R. Whitney, L. Spector. Row 3: Dr. Rorison (Ass't. Coach), D. Jaslow, P. Van Buren, T. Cassidy, R. Whitney, D. Lipson, D. Sykes, W. Watt, D. Krewson, T. Stout, Mr. Nyman (Coach). Abington Opponent 94 Methacton 77 148 Plymouth-Whi- temarsh 47 88 Upper Dublin 84 120 Upper Merion 52 96 Wissahickon 76 115 Upper Moreland 57 116 Cheltenham 56 115 Lower Moreland 56 106 Bensalem 66 94 Norristown 78 66 Pennsbury 106 92 Wm. Tennent 80 113 H. S. Truman 56 125 Neshaminy 30 79 Council Rock 92 Row 1: F. Segal, D. Laumer, A. Churchill, K. Rambo, A. Weiner, B. Fisher, B. Sturla, K. Beck. Row 2: M. Fisher, M. Lebeau, K. Fresheim, K. Peters, D. Bender, R. Sorretino, J. Reich, G. Hazard. Row 3: K. Gannon, D. Lebeau, B. Garbutt, L. Tribolet, W. Watt, D. Sykes, C. Lloyd, K. Pennekamp, H. Miller. Row 4: K. Traub, E. Holland, L. Moyer, B. Lormer, J. Thomkins, J. Jordan, A. Livzey, A. Pickenpack, K. Walsh, B. Gross (Ass't. Coach), J. Fitzpatrick (Coach). 147Abington Opponent 71 Upper Dublin 52 61 Ridley 68 68 Wissahickon 48 80 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 56 72 Norristown 62 46 Council Rock 56 53 Allentown Allen 69 78 Pennsbury 54 74 Bensalem 44 58 Council Rock 41 59 H. S. Truman 62 59 Neshaminy 54 62 Wm. Tennent 51 77 Pennsbury 57 59 Norristown 58 66 Bensalem 41 67 Hatboro-Horsham 42 67 H. S. Truman 62 62 Neshaminy 41 66 Wm. Tennent 56 76 Pennsbury 64 53 Council Rock 49 75 Chichester 59 57 Hatboro-Horsham 50 60 Upper Dublin 59 59 Council Rock 39 72 Ridley 62 District One Championship. Row 1: Mr. Wilkinson (Coach), J. Gerber, C. Roberts, C. Griffin, E. Vaughn, H. Burrell, G. Geniviva (Ass't. Coach). Row 2: A. Collins, G. Colmar, J. Nair, A. Mitchell, J. Martin, J. Swift (Manager), S. Sharkey (Manager), Mr. Weiner (Ass't. Coach). Abington Opponent 4 Upper Dublin 0 3Vi Upper Moreland 4 Norristown 0 1 Hatboro-Horsham 3 1 North Penn 3 3 Upper Dublin 1 0 Upper Moreland 4 3 Norristown 1 2 Hatboro-Horsham 2 4 North Penn 0 Total 23Vi 12V Row 1: S. Thompson, W. Eggert, D. Lombard, M. West, G. Abramson, J. Staniszewski, M. Ferraro. Row 2: D. Jamieson, N. Matyszcak, J. Mento, S. Ewing, J. Dcstefano, B. Rivkin, P. Kelly (Coach). 148 Abington Opponent 3 Upper Dublin 1 3 Upper Moreland 1 4 Norristown 0 4 Hatboro-Horsham 0 4 North Penn 0 3 Upper Dublin 1 4 Upper Moreland 0 3 Norristown 1 4 Hatboro-Horsham 0 2 North Penn 2 Total 34 6 SUN.10«.ii.™12mon Row 1: A. Kaufman, K. Tunstall, D. Dillon, K. Yottey, M. Gabbamonte, C. Innes, P. Kelly (Coach).Row 1: A. Wordingcr, A. Goldhaber, L. Downey, A. Russell, T. Donnell, D. Garrett, E. White. Row 2: D. Heitzman (Manager), J. O'Connor, R. Dennis, S. Rhodes (Ass't. Coach), L. Martin (Coach), D. Poe, D. Henderson, N. Harvey (Manager), D. Heigh. Abington Opponent 21 Wissahickon 41 28 Upper Dublin 79 34 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 43 39 Norristown 51 38 Council Rock 41 49 Martin Luther King 27 41 Bensalem 30 32 Council Rock 44 26 H. S. Truman 40 44 Neshaminy 27 33 Wm. Tennent 43 46 Pennsbury 59 47 Norristown 61 41 Bensalem 47 30 Hatboro-Horsham 33 30 H. S. Truman 41 39 Neshaminy 45 45 Wm. Tennent 47 23 Pennsbury 44 33 Cheltenham 59 33 Downingtown 78 Row 1: C. Cohen, T. Kolonis, V. Vesci, S. Kim, B. Plante, C. Equi, D. Johnson. Row 2: M. Greenwood (Ass't. Coach), J. Franko (Coach), B. Strange, M. Gallagher, M. Farley, P. Leonard, R. Grasty, B. Kennedy (Ass't. Coach). Abington Opponent 26 Cheltenham 35 36 Upper Moreland 31 21 Bensalem 42 30 Hatboro-Horsham 34 12 Lower Moreland 41 57 Norristown 9 11 Wm. Tennent 46 12 Pennsbury 51 21 Methacton 43 20 H. S. Truman 36 41 Plymouth-Whitemarsh 15 15 Neshaminy 45 26 Upper Dublin 28 12 Council Rock 41 GO, GHOSTS, GO 149BOYS CROSS COUNTRY The Boys Cross Country Team didn't do well according to their season record. However, the entire team did their best. Captain Chris Nosal, a junior, highlighted the team's efforts by making the second team All League. The team finished the season in sixth place beating out Norristown and Harry S. Truman. This is very good considering the fact that there were four inexperienced freshman on the varsity team. The season was closed with the District 1 Championships. Finishing the season in the non-seeded race was Chris Nosal, And Soph-mores Dave Sax, Brian Equi, and Dan Langan. The boys Cross Country team is coached by Mr. Grande and assistant coach Mr. Flint. Next year the team is expected to do much better because the runners will be more experienced. Captain: Chris Nosal GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Awesome. This is the only word that comes close when describing the girls cross country team this year. They were undefeated in their league record (6-0) and in their overall record (8-0). In their Invitationals and Championship games they did just as well. At the LaSalle Invitational, the Montgomery County Championship, the William Ten-nent Invitational, the Suburban I Invitational, and the District I Meet, the Abington Girls Cross Country Team placed first in every single one! They also scored a record low score of 40 points in capturing the District I Championships. All of the wins did not compare to the victory in the National Conference Championship Races. Here the girls proved themselves as the best in the state, with the first four places taken by Abington. Captains: Hope Goldhabcr, Tamara Grcenwcll, Leigh Mundy. BOYS SOCCER This year's varsity soccer team played very well. Under the coaching of Coach Cooper and Assistant Coach Gorni, the team held a season record of 13 wins, 5 losses, and no ties. Of the twenty-three players, there were seventeen seniors. This was a great asset to the team because there were many players with past experience. Leading this team were captains Joe Gar-romone and Byron List. Highlights of the season began with their victory over Council Rock. Another highlight of the season was the great success of the individual players. Peter Early and Byron List made the first team of the Suburban I League. Joe Garromone and Gino Caro-sella made the second team of the Suburban I League. Kevin McKeever, John Ryan, and Peter Van Buren received honorable mentions. 150 Captains: Joe Garromone and Byron List.GIRLS TENNIS The girls tennis team completed a very successful season with a final record of 12-2. The first doubles team of seniors. Sue Okabayashi and Lynne Spiegal, and the freshman sensation, Vicki Mardan, enjoyed undefeated seasons. One of the most exciting highlights of the season was the defeat of Council Rock. It was the first time since 1980 that the girls had beaten the Rock. The most valuable player, Vicki Mardan, placed 1st in the Suburban I National League and 4th in District I Singles. Under the leadership of the three seniors - Lynne Spiegal, Sue Okabayashi, and Brina Krupnick -the team retained their second place finish in the Suburban I National League. Captain: Sue Okabayashi FIELD HOCKEY In the beginning of the season the future for the girls field hockey team looked very promising. There were many excellent incoming seniors as well as a few experienced juniors that had played in their sophmore year. However, the ingredients of this winning team slowly disintigrated because of the many injuries that plagued three important players. These three injuries prevented them from making the play-offs. which was only missed by one game. Yet the season record was held to 7-5-2. Coach Grebe talked highly of the players saying that this year's team was the hardest working ever and very conscientious. She said that all of the players were stars and they all served their purpose on the field. According to the season record they weren't winners but in a special say they were (winners). Captains: Anne Russell, Tina Lotz, Natalie Wilson GOLF The golf team had an incredibly successful season. Their season record was 10 wins - 1 loss. Their one loss was over a controversial decision with Council Rock. Yet even with this one loss, they became Suburban I National Division Champions. The success of this year's season was due to very talented players. One in particular was sophmore, Kevin Walsh. He led the team with an average of 39.0. Following closely behind Kevin was Barry DuBrow, a senior, with an average of 40.9. Chris Walsh and Brian McGrath followed with season averages of 41.3 and 42.1, respectively. The two highlights from the season came when Kevin Walsh and Brian McGrath attended the PIAA State Championships at Penn State. Kevin came in 7th and Brian came in 11th. Way to go golf team! Good luck next year! Valuable Players Kevin Walsh and Brian McGrath 151FOOTBALL The football team didn't have the type of season that they had hoped for. This was due to any number of problems, but particularly due to the many injuries that had inflicted many of the top players. Because of these injuries the season was under three different quarterbacks. A player to be commented on is Charles Griffin. Charles was an indis-pensible player. He played well on both offense and defense and filled in any of positions that the coaches Cap!. Mike Jones. Not pic. Charles Griffin, Joe Castor. CHEERLEADING asked him to play without questions or reluctance. The Captains were Mike Jones, Charles Griffin and Joe Castor, all excellent and full spirited players. As for the future, although next years team will be relatively inexperienced because of the little playing time they had, three outstanding players, Chris Roberts, Allen Mitchell, and Larry Waugh will return for a more successful season. This years Varsity Cheerleading team consisted of twelve girls. The captain was Lisa Deleon and the Co-Captain was Alice Wainer. The success of this year's cheerleading was relatively due to the new pyramids that were executed. Although it was difficult to cheer under losing situations the cheerleaders did their best to keep Abington's spirit up. "Because the games are going on behind us it's hard to keep our minds on the cheers," says co-captain Alice Wainer. And to sum it up, Lisa Deleon commented on the fact that, "... even though it is not a sport and we do not compete, we try to represent our school in the best way we can." Capt. Lisa Deleon and Co-capt. Alice Wainer BOYS SWIMMING The 1985-86 Boys' Swim Team finished yet another season with a winning record; an impressive 9-6 mark. Coached by Tom Nyman, this year's team has equalled the successes that previous Abington teams have obtained. A major cause of Abington's strong record has been the leadership of co-captains Larry Spector and Dave Lowe. In addition to these two, Abington has been powered by seniors David Bauerle, David Jaslow; juniors Rodd Whitney, Gary Rosen-feld; sophomores Tom Cassidy and Tom Stoudt. Besides team glory there has also been individual glory with a few members of the team (including Larry Spector and Rodd Whitney) excelling at Suburbans and later at Districts. With such a fine performance this year and Abington's great depth, it looks as though next year's season will be as successful as this year's. 152 Captains: David Locw and Larry SpectorGIRLS SWIMMING The Abington Senior High School girls swim team had an outstanding season this year by finishing 5-2, third in league competition and a 13-2 record overall. Among their victories were strong wins over Plymouth-Whitemarsh, Truman, and rival Neshaminy. They ended out the season with a strong showing in districts, placing eighth overall. Of the many talented participants, Abing-ton's Medley Relay Team swam well enough in districts to qualify for states. Dore Lebeau qualified for states in two fourth place finishes in the 50 meter freestyle and the 100 meter backstroke. This year's team prospered under the strong leadership of senior captains Wendy Watt and Dana Sykes. Particularly strong swimmers this year were Jackie Jordan, Dore Lebeau, Laura Tribolet, and Kristen Freishiem. First year Coach Joanne Fitzpatrick was pleased with her girls' performance in Suburban One competition and looks forward to another winning season next year. Captains: Dana Sykes and Wendy Watt BOYS BASKETBALL The Abington Ghosts won their sixth Suburban One League Championship and their second District One Tournament this season. They defeated Council Rock (59-39) and at Villanova won over Ridley (72-62). They now qualify for the State Tournament in March. For the fifth year in a row, Abington finished the season with over twenty victories (23-4). Leading the team through both league and tournament play was Howard Burrell with a twenty-seven pt. effort against Ridley. With an excellent jump-shot, he lead all scorers. Point guard Sam Rines played a steady, reliable game especially under pressure. Jerome Martin was probably the most consistent player on the team; he poured in twenty-three points during the final game in Districts. Major contributors off the bench were Aaron Collins and Charles Griffin. Returning next year will be Josh Nair, Jerome Culmer, and field general Sam Rines. CoachWilkinson looks for another outstanding sea-son-his twnetieth at A.H.S. Captains: Gcrome Marlin and Howard Burell BOYS BOWLING The Boys varsity bowling team had a very successful season this year, finishing with a 23‘ 2-12‘ 2 league record. At home the Ghosts dominated their opponents, winning 17 2 games while only dropping 2' 2. The Ghosts won their division but lost in the Suburban One finals to William Tennent. Leading off for the Ghosts was sophomore Walt Eggert (ave. 156, high game 201, high series 502), who was followed by junior John Mento (166, 225, 587), freshman Glen Abramson (149, 191, 533), junior Mike West (149, 181, 520), and senior anchorman and captain Steve Thompson (182, 242, 638). Other contributing players were seniors: Jim Destefano, Nick Matyszczak, Bill Rivkin and junior Doug Jamieson. Only one of the five starters will be graduating and next year. Coaches Peter Kelly and Ruth Fetcher expect to have another winning season. Captain: Steve ThompsonGIRLS BOWLING The Abington Girls Bowling Team had their best season ever in 1985-86. Led by Kim Tunstall and Amy Kaufman, the girls easily captured the Division Title, beating respectable teams such as Upper Moreland, Hatboro-Horsham, North Penn, Norristown, and Upper Dublin. Though the girls lost to Pennsbury for the overall championship. Coach Peter Kelly was very pleased with the team's performance. "I believe the girls have tremendous potential for following years," said Kelly enthu- Captain: Kim Tunstall siastically. The girls managed to achieve a 34-6 record, largely due to a much-improved Kim "Rambo" Tunstall, who led the team with a 154 average. "She rolled over her opponents," explained Kelly. "Her average was one of the best in the division." Other notable players were Jesse Neren and Rachel Weissman, with averages of 119 and 108, respectively. The team, which did not include any seniors, will be returning next year hoping for another winning season. GIRLS BASKETBALL The Abington girls varsity basketball team of 1985-86 was led by co-captains Anne Russell and Terri Donnell. Coach Lou Martin kept the girls in good character even with their un-Abington like record. The Ghosts did, however, beat Neshaminy, Bensalem, and Martin Luther King. Seven of the lady Ghosts will be returning next year, including leading scorer Judy O'Connor who averaged 8.1 points per game. Other contributing players tothis year's team were Dina Garrett, Ellie White, and RhondaDen-nis. Next year the team hopes to improve on this year's record, depending on a strong senior lineup. Captains: Anne Russell and Terri Donnell WRESTLING This year's wrestling team was in a state of transition, posting an overall record of 3-11 and a league record of 1-6. They gained victories over Upper Moreland, Plymouth-Whitemarsh, and a 57 to 9 slashing of Norristown. Despite the below par record there were many positive aspects. Earl Longstreth was 18-6-1, sectional champion, and he received honorable mention at All Suburbans. Sang Kim (19-5-1) was sectional runner-up, third at the Coatesville tournament and was voted on the first team All-Sur- burban. Rob Grasty placed third at the Lower Moreland tournament and fourth at the sectional tourna-menbt. Heavy weight Matt Gallagher was a Coatesville runner-up while Bill Strange was third at Lower Moreland. The highlight of the Ghosts' season was Pat Sheridan (22-1). Pat was the sectional champion, the Lower Moreland champion, and he made second team All-Suburban. He will be competing in the State tournament along with Earl Longstreth and Sang Kim. 154 Captains: Bill Strange, Pat Sheridan, and Sang Kim.First I Psyche him out, then POW . . . right in the kisser! No favoritism now, David. Drop everything. Silo's having a sale. Look mom, no legs. Gutter ball or strike? Jammin G.A.M. III. Call the darn foul, Ref!Neck and neck to the end. Today PIAA . . . tomorrow WrestleMania "Help . . . Help . . . Shark Attack"! "Put your head on my shoulder." 'Listen up, guys, we'll beat these Raiders at Districts.' Come to mama . . . 156Every swimmer has his own form. 157Rcak's perfect shot. "I'll bet you 2 bucks on tonight's game. 158A new sport-Aqua Square-Dancing. Maynard's magic. Practicing for the PBA tour. Fi, Fie, Foe, Fum . "Don't you touch this ball." The last two hollow spheres to fill the rack. 159One-Two-Three, Pal's on a winning spree. Just thinking about the weekend. Tubic and his entourage. Where'd it go? 160 Bowling the globe. Sammy slips through Ridley. The lifeguard gives a 6.Just one more move and I've got him. Air-Tube about to take off. Is there such a thing as life after wrestling? Sam and his solemn fans. Let the penny hunt begin. Bowling for sense. THE FIN : LINE CREATIVE— 76— the perfect age what could it be sixteen perhaps most kids would agree sixteen the turning age where you go from being a teen to an adult it's just another turning page growing up facing the real world what's expected of you is headed straight up your life has yet begun. Love, You Love I love him so much I long for his gentle touch had it once a very short time it was good he was there when I needed someone he held my hand and I knew I had a special friend I love him so much and I always have for too many years but I've got to realize he's just a friend and will stay that way, forever 'til the end. New in Town the new boy sat there and looked around at all the new faces to be found it must be scary to be in a new place all the strange things all the lonely space soon he'll fit in and he'll be one of the crowd and he will have achieved what he wanted to win in time. Poems by: Jackie Pulley 164Special Day The day I've been waiting for is almost here just a few more days and it will soon appear I'm so nervous I don't know what to do but the sun shines bright and not a cloud in sight it comforts me; I'm not blue but I'm scared what shall I do I wonder if he feels the same way, too excitement builds inside of me as the day comes closer and before my eyes he is all I can see will things go well or bad I won't know til then right now I'm glad and probably still will be when that night comes to an end I can't sit still I'm jumpy and frantic oh what if I become ill it just can't happen that day I've been waiting too long to let everything just slip away now I've calmed myself down put a smile on my face instead of a frightened frown I'm ok for now but I know it won't last for long anyhow cause I'm too anxious and can't sit down I can't wait til this day comes around! Jackie Pulley 166 ■ •• . An Ode to Moss Efficiency is not the goal of life Nor in a closet should life waste away. Such emptiness becomes internal strife This is one debt we are not forces to pay. Those tribulations daily life does bring Result in pressures which we can't escape But endless are delights to which we cling and joys which we around our souls do drape. For we are not machines that do get wound We are of blood and flesh, make smiles and tears. To the life of a cog we are not bound. For we are men with pain and zest and fears. All men are simply stones which life does toss 'Tis it not time we stopped to gather moss? Joy Eisemanjrff' T 7 7f 7 170 v—? • 7Mostly In Memory You've just gone. The time seems long. When will I see you again? Not soon enough. So I will keep you In Memory, But Mostly In Heart. Good times we had Will not be forgotten, Certainly, nor will you. Ever. I will always think Of your pretty smile. I will keep. In Memory Your fine voice and face. I will always talk of you. And of the fun we had. And will have. All of these things, I keep in memory. But I keep them. Mostly In Heart. Dennis Andre Haynos, Jr.BROKEN HEART I cried for you when you caused me pain Your only due was to take the blame You left me here all by myself You had to go to find yourself I saw you with her just yesterday Is she what you lost along the way I often wonder why I loved you so I guess the truth I really know I should've known when you fled You ran away to a warmer bed I was too blind to see the light but I just couldn't bear the lonely night All I have left to show is a broken heart.174I live in another world Where people are happy and free It's different from the world you're in Since it's inside of me. This world a spark which keeps me glowing When times are full of sorrow. It guides me through the times of pain Until I reach tomorrow. I'd like for you to share this world So you can be happy like me. There's only one requirement to pass— Accept yourself and you'll see. David Bauerle Time like a bird up in the sky when I think of you I feel very high like a cloud passing on its way when I see you I feel quite gay I love you with my heart you know I really do but you don't feel the same way I know you can't comprehend how I feel I wish you could understand I do want to be your friend but I need time to heal it'll take some time my friend so please be patient and understand someday I will take your hand and tell everyone this is my good friend. Jackie PulleyIt was a clear August night. The warm, moist air carried the sounds and fragrances of a productive summer. I could not have dreamed of a better evening; the sky was a jumbled mix of fire reds and quiet voilets. Emotions and memories were swelling inside of me. Part of me wished that the vacation would never end, and another part eagerly awaited the beginning of my senior year in high school. Everything was picture perfect, except for an indistinguishable uneasiness that lurked in my thoughts. After dinner we went for a nice, quiet walk to our sanctuary, the glistening lake. We were silent for the duration of the journey, because we were each absorbed in the strange rhythm beating from the combination of our shuffling sneakers and the evening crickets. Finally, we reached the edge of the lake. We could always rely on the predictable lake and the almost permanent reflection of the moon on its surface. We sat on the dock with our bare toes teasing the water. The air was cooler now. While never removing my eyes from the serene panorama, I gracefully stumbled into my favorite sweatshirt. Everything was ideal; however, I could no longer restrain from sharing with my friend the thoughts that I had been toying with all day. "Sometimes," my first word in fifteen minutes sounded awkward and overemphasized in the blissful atmosphere, "I wish I could turn back the clock and start over. Looking back I see so many situations I would love to handle in a different way." I released these words with a sign that lifted my spirits from beneath a crushing weight. "Listen, kid, you can't live your life for guilt and should-have-been's. It is important to look at the past to learn from your mistakes, but you can't dwell on imperfections. The best thing to do is to use your positive and negative experiences as lessons for the future." His wise words began to penetrate my sometimes stubborn ideals. "But, when I think of the future, I dream of intricate plans that structure exactly how I want my life to be. I know exactly what I will be, where I will be, and who will be with me along the way." I spoke faster with each eager word. "You can't live like that. You can't accurately predict what will happen tomorrow, let alone the rest of your life. Of course, it's healthy to dream and think of your future and establish goals, but you have to be flexible. "You have to live in the present. Life is wonderful when you live it in its proper sequence. The present is the only true reality, because it is the only time you can fully see yourself. You exist now, in every minute of every day of your life. You have to put meaning into your present existence, or else your entire life will be reduced to a pile of regrets and unfulfilled fantasies." He grabbed my hand, a gesture that formed a channel from his thoughts to mine. I sensed the importance of every word that penetrated through his calm voice. "I guess that's where I've always gone astray. I tried living in every dimension of time except the simple present." We didn't need to speak the rest of the evening. He knew he had helped me see the truth that had always been inside me, and I was busy contemplating my new insights into what makes me happy. I always knew that I had never been happy hanging onto the past or stretching beyond my future. For the first time, I truly felt content and peaceful. Simultaneously, we both knew it was time. He knew it was time to leave, and I knew it was time to live now with a balance between past experiences and future goals. As the moon reached its full evening glow, we walked back home to live in our precious present. Tami Trost 177Yesterday Here I stand remembering yesterday my memories are all at hand the memories I hold they will never vanish they will never be sold I will keep them to lavish my memories are sacred I hold on to them tight of good and of hatred they are never far from sight I'll treasure them always and never let them go for if I did my life would be at a low my life is made up of memories they are always on my mind I think of memories all the time I live for yesterday not for today I would live tomorrow but it seems so far away in order to get through today I have to look back on yesterday I cannot succeed tomorrow or look back on today unless I have my memories that are safely tucked away I should live for today and hope for tomorrow and forget all sorrow for yesterday too is already far away so if you are sad remember this: live for today look to tomorrow yesterday is gone with all its pain but if yesterday was a happy one then make today last and you will have won. Jackie PulleyFEELINGS I think how you left me My heart lying naked and cold, I cried for you. You didn't care, I forgot you. Now you want me back You're lost on your own Cause you've realized there's pain and suffering, I could care less Now you know how I felt on the wicked night you left. Lauren Bur 179Far...........A...........Way a friend in the distance a friend so far away could you come back and show me the way I haven't yet begun to grow so please come back this one last time give your guidance so I can start to develop my mind. Jackie Pulley 180PEACE The candle shines bright on this cold wintry night it flickers then shows its small white light again, promising peace for all men. Lauren Bur Some come some go yet all the time a new friendship will grow new friendships will come along as they often do but the old ones are most precious cause they'll always be there when you're happy or blue it's true that new friends can turn into special ones just as the old ones have become and when a special new friend comes along it's a rare and special treat it's a gift that's very sweet and should be treasured very deep. 181 Jackie PulleyTHE FIN1m Vv 3 It jssica "U-9 iBINGK TUB SQUAl SENIORSANDREW TODD ABOWITZ. 1840 Nicholas Dr., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Oracle 11, 12; Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12. CRYSTAL MICHELLE ADKINS. 1745 Fairview Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. Class Council 11; Choir 9; BSU 11, 12. LISA RENEE AGSTER. 2829 Anzac Ave., Abington, Pa. 19001. Oracle 12; Usherettes 11. ARDEN S. ALBERT. 1851 Nicholas Dr., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. FREDDIE ALLEN JR. 1555 Birch-wood Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. JOSEPH S. ALLEN. 2631 Elliott Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. Basketball 9, 10, 11; Student Council 11, 12; Creative Writing 12. ETHEL E. APOLINARIO. 1180 Lindsay Ln., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Class Council 12; Soccer 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Softball 9. MEREDITH ANNE ARBITTIER. 832 Cedar Rd., Elkins Park, Pa. 19117. Newspaper 9. SUSAN JILL BACAL. 631 Hoyt Rd., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. DARIN SCOTT BACHARACH. 734 Crosswicks Rd., Jenkintown, Pa. 19046. DAVID ERIC BAILEY. 109 Shel-mire St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19111. Latin Club 10,11; Spanish Club 11. MICHELLE BALANDA. 1558 Reservoir Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Tech School 12. Andrew Todd Abowitz Crystal Michelle Adkins Arden S. Albert Freddie Allen Jr. Ethel E. Apolinario Meredith Anne Arbittier David Eric Bailey Darin Scott Bacharach Lisa Renee Agster Joseph S. Allen Susan Jill Bacal Michelle Balanda 184Mary Both Balandovich Lori Anne Baskin John Begley Noah Scott Bender Amy Banks Joseph Begley Lisa Joy Berger Susan Beck Kimberly Ann Bell MARY BETH BALANDOVICH. 721 Cedar Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Soccer 9; Key Club 12; Usherettes 12. AMY BANKS. 1054 Arthur Ave., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Soccer 10, 11, 12. COURTNEY ERIKA BARDOL. 1338 Wheatsheaf Lane, Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 10 (Treasurer), 11 (President), 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12; Swimmer's Aide 10, 11. LORI ANN BASKIN. 102 Park Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. Spanish Club 11. DAVID KARL BAUERLE. 1247 Ro-semont Lane, Abington, PA 19001. Class Council 9; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; ARTW 12; Choir 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12. SUSAN BECK. 982 Dale Rd., Mea-dowbrook. Pa. JOHN BEGLEY. 364 Shelmire St., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Class Council 11; Soccer 11; Folk Guitar 11, 12; Human Relations 11, 12; Spanish Club 11. JOSEPH BEGLEY. 364 Shelmire St., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Student Council 12; Class Council 12, Soccer 11. KIMBERLY ANN BELL. 1422 High Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Italian Club 12; Usherettes 10; Computer Club 9. NOAH SCOTT BENDER. 1760 Sharpless Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 11, 12; Swimming 10, 11; Honor Society 12; Key Club 12; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 9, 11; Spectre 9, 12; World Affairs Club 12; All-school Play 9, 10, 11, 12; West Chester College Drama Competition 11; National Young Leaders Conference 12. LISA JOY BERGER. 46 Moredon Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10,11,12; Basketball 9; Baseball 9; Soccer 10; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 11, 12. 185ALLISON DAWN BERKOWITZ. 1316 Clarke Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. TODD DAVID BERMAN. 348 Heathcliffe Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. ELLEN SUSAN BLACK. 75 McFad-den Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 9, 10,11; Key Club 12; Oracle 12; Usherettes 12. KRISTINE ANN BLACK. 1473 North Hills Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Cheerleaders 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 11, 12; Concert Band 12. ROSE M. BLAKE. 1557 Arline Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Track 11. IRA G. BLOCK. 226 Susan Dr., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Government 9; Tennis 11; Wrestling 9; Camera Club 9; School Store 9. LORI ANN BLUM. 461 Roslyn Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Color Guard 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); Winter Guard 11 (Capt.); Band Front 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12. HEATHER LEE BOCKIUS. 876 Tyson Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. KEVIN M. BODO. 1382 Osbourne Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. MICHELLE RACHEL BOGDAN-OFF. 995 Meetinghouse Rd., Jen-kintown, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11; Creative Writing 12; French Club 11; Key Club 12; Oracle 12. BRUCE BOLDT. 234 Maple Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. STEFANIE BONNER. 125 Robbins Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Lori Blum Heather Lee Bockius Kevin M. Bodo Michelle Bogdanoff Bruce Boldt Stefanie Bonner 186Beth Susan Botel $ M Searching for the perfect college David Kenneth Brand Rebecca Brooker BETH SUSAN BOTEL. 381 Beaver Hollow Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. JAMES RICHARD BOURBON. 625 Runnymede Ave., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Student Council 11; Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 9, 10; Debate 11, 12; Honor Society 12; Spanish Club 11, 12. JOHN EDWARD BOWSER. 1575 Coolidge Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10; Wrestling 12; BSU 9, 10,11,12. DANIELLE BRACCIA. 107 May-field Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Honor Society; Latin Club. JULIE R. BRAMAN. 813 Roslyn Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 12; Class Council 12; Affiliation Club 12; Band 10, 12 (Mgr.); Spanish Club 11, 12. DAVID KENNETH BRAND. 927 Irvin Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. REBECCA BROOKER. 1220 Mildred Rd. Roslyn, Pa. 19001 Julio R Braman AMY BROWN. 1656 Fawn Lane, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Field Hockey 9. Amy Brown 187DIANNA MARIE BROWN. 410 Locust Rd., North Hills, PA 19038. JENNIFER R. BRUCK. 1461 Gunpowder Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Soccer 10, 12; Affiliation Club 9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 9, 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 12; Amnesty International 12. PATRICK EDWARD BRUCKER. 746 Monroe Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. ERYN LISA BRYAN. 403 W. Rydal Apts., Jenkinstown, PA 19046. J. ERIC BUCKSAR. 2161 Wharton Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. ERIK BUDMAN. 1835 Edmund Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 10, 11; Class Council 11, Swimming Team 10, 12; Lacrosse 10, 12. MAXINE BURNS. 334 Edge Hill Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 9, 10, 11; French Club 10, Spanish Club 10; Art Club 9. DOLORES BUSSER. 134 Haines Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. RANDALL BUTLER. 128 Elm Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. STACEY FERN CAHAN. 1609 Penny Pack Rd., Huntingdon Valley, AP 19006. Oracle 10. CARL A. CAMACHO. 2929 Windsor Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Wrestling 9; Spanish Club 9, 11. MICHON L. CAMP. 2918 Woodland Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Track 10; Welding 12; V.I.C.A. Organization 12. Dianna Marie Brown Eryn Lisa Bryan Maxine Burns Stacey Fern Cahan Jennifer Bruck J. Eric Bucksar Dolores Busser Carl A. Camacho Patrick Edward Brucker Erik Budman Randall Butler Michon L. Camp 188Leigh Anne Campbell Adam David Candeub Michael J. Capriotti Lauren Carlitz Christopher Carrell Shean Carrington Loredana Tiziana Caso Jeanine Cassel Charles Cantey Brian Carlson Joseph Andrew Castor LEIGH A. CAMPBELL. 2840 Turner Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. ADAM D. CANDEUB. 1021 Cypress Ave., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Tennis 9,10,11; Honor Society 11, 12 (Pres.); News Bureau 12; Spectre 11 (Editor), 12 (Editor); Newspaper 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor). CHARLES CANTEY. 1566 St. James PI., Roslyn, PA 19001. MICHAEL J. CAPRIOTTI. 214 Rockledge Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. LAUREN B. CARLITZ. 616 Oak Shade Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 11; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10; ARTW 12; Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12. BRIAN K. CARLSON. 1277 Cox Rd„ Rydal, PA 19046. Soccer 9,11; Tennis 10. CHRISTOPHER J. CARRELL. 2869 Rossiter Ave., Roslyn, PA 19011. Band 9; Chess Club 11; French Club 11, 12; Honor Society 12; World Affairs 11, 12; Amnesty International 12. SHEAN CARRINGTON. 2546 Pierce Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. French Club 9; BSU 11; Tech School 12. CHARLES D. CARTER. 892 Douglass Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117.' Student Council 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12 (Executive Board); Basketball 12 (Statistician); Baseball 12; Football 9, 11, 12; Track 12; Spanish Club 12; Varsity "A" 12; BSU 9,10,11,12; Intramural Basketball 12. LOREDANA T. CASO. 1243 Boone Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Italian Club 11 (Secretary), 12 (Pres.); Spanish Club 11 (Secretary), 12 (Pres.); Usherettes 9; Swimmers Aid 11. JEANINE CASSEL. 247 North Hills Ave. North Hills, PA 19038 JOSEPH A. CASTOR. 3 Moredon Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 10; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 11, 12. 189KIMBERLY CEPREGI. 3008 Limekiln Pike, North Hills, PA 19038. ROBERT CHARTERS. 616 Monroe Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. LAUREN ROBERTA CHALMERS. 1038 Washington Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Class Council 11, 12; Honor Society 9,10,11,12; Oracle 11; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 9, 10, 11 (Editor), 12 (Editor-in-Chief); World Affairs 12; Abing-tonian 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor). CRAIG JEFFREY CHERASHORE. 149 Susan Dr., Elkins Park, PA 19117. JON DAVID CHICK. 335 Cleve-den Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Band 12. MICHAEL V. CILIO. 618 Cricket Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Kimberly Cepregi Craig Jeffrey Cherashore Jon David Chick Lauren R. Chalmers Robert Charters Go Abington! Kelly Ann Ciliberto Michael Cilio 190Lisa Cirone Robert Cleghorn Stephen Cohen Kathleen N. Conlan Brian Claffee Steve Cnudde Leona G. Collick Sharon Clark Sheri Lee Cohen Aaron M. Collins Charmayne D. Cottom LISA MARIE CIRONE. 826 Gar-field Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Tech School 11, 12; Italian Club 9, 10; VICA 11, 12 (Secretary); Drill Team 9; Data Processing 11, 12. BRIAN CLAFFEE. 142 Lynwood Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 12; Tennis Team 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Jazz Band 12. SHARON L. CLARK. 808 Jackson Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. ROBERT STEVEN CLEGHORN. 2760 Galloway Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. World Affairs 11; Aviation Club 11, 12. STEVEN CNUDDE. 368 Holme Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. SHERI LEE COHEN. 1760 Cloverly Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11, 12; Amnesty International (Leader) 11, 12; Asian-American Club 11; Play Musical 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 10, 11. STEPHEN G. COHEN. 1701 Reservoir Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Football 12. LEONA G. COLLICK. 2818 Old Welsh Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090. BSU 11, 12. AARON MAYNON COLLINS. 2641 Rubicam Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12. KATHLEEN N. CONLAN. 234 Perry St., Elkins Park, PA 19117. WANDA ATHENA COOK. 2613 Arnaud Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. CHARMAYNE D. COTTOM. 339 Chelsea Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Cheerleaders 9; BSU 10, 11, 12. 191THOMAS E. CRAWFORD. 299 Woodlyn Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9; Varisty "A" 9, 10, 11, 12. ANNE LOUISE DALESSANDRO. 1435 Doris Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. KEVIN DWAYNE DAVIS. 1632 Summit Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Track 9, 12; Sports Club 9. MARC BERNARD DAVIS. 1241 Jericho Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Key Club 12; Pit Orchestra for School Musicals 10, 11. KIMBERLY ANNE DEGEN. 440 Edge Hill Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 9, 12; Basketball 9; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; FBLA 11; Honor Society 11, 12; Varsity "A" 11, 12. W. ANDREW DELANEY. 142 Central Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Aviation Club 11, 12. SUSAN L. DELANEY. 2817 Rubi-cam Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Affiliation Club 11; Band 9, 10, 11,12; Honor Society 9,10,11, 12; Marching Band 12. WILLIAM MICHAEL DELAUGHTER. 704 Garden Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. FBLA 12; Art 10, 11, 12. LISA DELEON. 350 Felix Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10, 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9, 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); Spanish Club 11, 12; Usherettes 9; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12; Wrestling (Mgr.) 12; Tennis (Mgr.) 11, 12. GREG ADAM DELFINER. 331 Dogwood Lane, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Basketball 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. MARIANNA DENARDO. 2052 Mt. Carmel Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Marching Band 11. JAMES ANTHONY DESTEFANO. 2773 Susquehanna Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Honor Society 9; Soccer 9- 12. Thomas E. Crawford Susan L. Delaney Greg Adam Delfiner Anne Louise Dalessandro Kimberly Anne Degen William Michael DcLaughter Marianna Denardo W. Andrew Delaney Lisa Deleon ' James Anthony Destefano Kevin Dwayne Davis 192Michael )ohn Dimon Peter DiPalma Terri Donnell R. Vance Dorsey Michael J. Dougherty Elizabeth Ann Downey Heather Lynne Dieterly Donna Marie DiPaolantonio Beth Anne Dorshimer Barry Dubrow CAROL LYNN DIADDEZIO. 317 Edgley Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Track 9, 10. DANA E. DICKSON. 920 More-don Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Field Hockey 9; Cheerleaders 9,10; Debate 11; Latin Club 11; Theatre Honorary 9, 10. HEATHER LYNN DIETERLY. 1439 Wheatsheaf Lane, Abington, PA 19001. Band 9; Newspaper 9; Usherettes 9, 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL JOHN DIMON. 2524 Fernwood Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. PETER DIPALMA. 2903 Meyer Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. DONNA M. DIPAOLANTONIO. 612 Highland Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Band 10; Winter Guard 10; Italian Club 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 11. TERRI LYNN DONNELL. 429 Cad-walader Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Class Council 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11, 12; BSU 11, 12. R. VANCE DORSEY. 1649 Coo-lidge Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. BETH ANNE DORSHIMER. 1366 Partridge Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Class Council 11, 12; Color Guard 9; Winter Guard 9, 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 10, 11, 12; Softball 10, 12; Marching Band 9 (Mgr.); Boys Swimming (Mgr.) 11, 12. MICHAEL JOHN DOUGHTERTY. 718 Rydal Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Baseball 11; Swimming Team 12; Band 9; Honor Society 9; Key Club 12; World Affairs 10, 11; Class Council 12. ELIZABETH ANN DOWNEY. 1218 Henbent Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12. BARRY J. DUBROW. 1204 Gilbert Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Golf Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Chess Team 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 12; World Affairs 11,12; Abingtonian 10,11 (Editor), 12 (Chief Editor). 193TRACEY WILLIAM J. DUGGINS. 1645 High Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. BELYNDA J. DUNN. 340 Roslyn Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 12; Honor Society 12; Varsity "A" 12; Softball 10, 11, 12. Gymnastics 9, 10. RICHARD E. 'DURICA, JR. 1348 Rothley Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. JOHN F. DUSKEY. 2236 Oakdale Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Golf Team 9. DOROTHY E. DUSZKIEWICZ. 108 Loney St., Rockledge, PA 19111. LAWRENCE PETER EARLY. 1541 St. James PI., Roslyn, PA 19011. JOY LIN EISEMAN. 209 Susan Dr., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10; Affiliation Club 10, 11, Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11 (Vice-Pres.); Oracle 10, 11,12 (Editor); Spectre 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 10, 11, 12; Amnesty International 12. DAVID CARL EISMAN. 1345 Fair-acres Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 11; Class Council 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Oracle 11, 12; Spectre 11, 12; World Affairs 11, 12; Amnesty International 12; Newspaper 9, 10, 11 (Editor), 12 (Editor); FBYLU 10, 11, 12. JOHN ELICk, III. 1581 Edgehill Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Band 9, 10, 11, 12. ROLAND S. ELLINGSWORTH. 7945 Church Rd., Rockledge, PA 19111. ERIC C. ELLIS. 2626 Lamott Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Student Council 10; Football 10, 11, 12; Track 9; Latin Club 11; BSU 12. KIMBERLY ANN ELY. 2919 Turner Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Winter Guard 9, 10,11, 12 (Capt.); Majorettes 9, 10, 11,12 (Capt.); Band Front 9, 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); Choir 9, 10, 11, 12. Tracey W. Duggins Belynrid Jean Dunn John F. Duskey Dorothy F. Duszkiewicz Joy Lin Eiseman David Carl Eisman Eric Ellis Roland S. Ellingsworth Richard Eugene Durica Lawrence Peter Early Kimberly Ann Ely 194Scott Brad Epstein Curtis Glenn Equi Sandra Lea Estel Genius at work Richard Nichols Erwine Mark Richard Eskin Todd Richard Ettelson SCOTT BRAD EPSTEIN. 43 Lee Lynn Lane, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Baseball 9; Sports Club 10, 11, 12. CURTIS GLENN EQUI. Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12 (Vice-Pres.); Key Club 12. STEPHANIE LYNN ERTEL. 742 Garfield Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Key Club 12; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 11; Stage Crew 12. RICHARD NICHOLS ERWINE. 1927 Corinthian Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Swimming Team 9, 10, 11,12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12. MARK RICHARD ESKIN. 1443 Woodland Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Class Council 9; Affiliation Club 11,12; French Club 11,12 (Treas.); Honor Society 9, 10, 12; Spectre 10,11,12; World Affairs 10,11,12; Abingtonian 9, 10, 11, 12. SANDRA LEA ESTEL. 2123 Curtis Ave., Abington, PA 19001. TODD RICHARD ETTELSON. 869 Meadowbrook Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 11; Affiliation Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 11, 12 (Secretary); Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Spectre 10, 11, 12 (Editor); World Affairs 10, 11, 12 (Secretary); Newspaper 9, 10, 11, 12. MSKENNETH C. FEINHOUR III. 369 Beaver Hollow Rd., Jenkintown, Pa. 19046. Band 9, 10, 11. JENNIFER FELDMAN. 790 Cedar Glen Rd.( Elkins Park, Pa. 19117. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 10; Spanish Club 10,11,12; Usherettes 9,11; Baseball Manager 9,10; Swimmers Aide 10. JAMES L. FISCHER. 3026 Turner Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. GREGORY FISHMAN. 2807 Omega PI., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Soccer 11. MEGAN P. FITZPATRICK. 1500 York Rd., Abington, Pa. 19001. Class Council 11; Basketball 9, 10, 11; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10; Usherettes 10; Varsity "A" Club 12. LORI E. FLEMON. 375 Cadwalder Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. 19117. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 9,10,11, 12; Cross-Country 9; Track 9,10,11,12; BSU 9,10, 11, 12. MICHELLE FLIPPING. 1555 Washington Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. BSU 10; Library Aid 9. ELIZABETH F. FLYNN. 1975 Maplewood Ave., Abington, Pa. 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 12; Class Council 10 (Secretary), 12 (Secretary); Lacrosse 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9; Band 10, 11, 12; Winter Guard 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 10, 11, 12. KENNETH S. FOX. 1372 Panther Rd., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Honor Society 9, 10; Ice Hockey 12. WILLIAM H. FOXALL. 102 Daley St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19111. NANCY FRANK. 1138 Wrack Rd., Meadowbrook, Pa. 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 11; Class Council 9, 10, 11; Affiliation Club 9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 10, 11; Honor Society 9, 12; Oracle 10, 11, 12 (Editor); Spectre 9, 10; World Affairs Forum 10; Asian American Club 11. FELICIA J. FRIEDMAN. 1404 Huntingdon Pk., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Affiliation Club 10; Orchestra 9, 10; Musicals 9, 10, 11, 12; German Club 9, 10, 11, 12. Kenneth Curtis Feinour III Gregory Fishman Jennifer Feldman Megan P. Fitzpatrick Lori Ellen Flemon Elizabeth F. Flynn I Kenneth Steven Fox Michelle Flipping William Henry Foxall Nancy Frank Felicia Joi Friedman 196 Juli Mac Friedman Matthew James Gallagher Lynne M. Garlotta John Michael Geiger Jr. Jonathon G. Furlow Gwen Renee Gelman Robert Marc Gamburg Joseph Vincent Garramone Kristin Elizabeth Gallagher David Charles Geiger Lisa Anne Genesio JULI MAE FRIEDMAN. 1525 Upland Ave., Jenkintown, PA 19046. French Club 10, 1; Honor Society 9, 12; Oracle 10. JONATHON G. FURLOW. 1405 Bryant Ln., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 11; Basketball 9; Baseball 9; Football 9, 10, 11,12; Track 11, 12; Band 9, 10, 11; FBLA 12. KRISTIN ELIZABETH GALLAGHER. 1902 Silver Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 10; Field Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11; ARTW 12; Honor Society 9; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 11. MATTHEW JAMES GALLAGHER. 174 Fernbrook Ave., Wyncote, PA 19095. Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12. ROBERT MARC GAMBURG. 642 Meadowbrook Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA. 19006. Golf 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" Club 12; Intramural Basketball 11, 12. BETH LINN GARBUTT. 2007 Corinthian Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 11; Key Club 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Usherettes 9; Varsity "A" Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimming Aid 10, 11. LYNNE M. GARLOTTA. 275 Runner St., Phila., PA 19111. Affiliation Club 11; Soccer 9, 10; Winter Guard 10; Oracle 10; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11 Usherettes 11, 12. JOSEPH VINCENT GARRAMONE. 2154 Oakdale Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 11 (Vice-Pres.); Baseball 9,12; Football 12; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" Club 11, 12. DAVID CHARLES GEIGER. 1650 Fern-dale Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Cross-Country 9; Aerospace Club 12. JOHN MICHAEL GEIGER JR. 1816 Roberta Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Lacrosse 9, 10, 12; Usher 9; Stage Crew 9. GWEN RENEE GELMAN. 1105 Dixon Ln., Rydal, PA 19046. Class Council 11, 12; Soccer 10, 11; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11; Oracle 11, 12; Orchestra 9; Swimmers Aid 11. LISA ANNE GENESIO. 409 Keswick Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. 197BRIAN GERBER. 310 Cedar Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. NEIL CHARLES GEVER. 1120 De-lene Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11, 12; Debate 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Key Club 12; Spectre 10, 11 (Editor), 12; World Affairs 10, 11, 12; School Musical 11; School Play 10, 11. ERIC P. GIANELLA. 2651 Barnes Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Indoor Soccer 9, 10; Sports Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 11, 12. WILLIAM LEE GIBSON, Jr. 1673 Fairview Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. MARIKA DAYANA GINSBERG. 1625 Upland Ave., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11; French Club 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Spectre 11; Oracle 12; Usherettes 12; Class Council 11, 12. STACEY ANN GIPPRICH. 1612 Ridgeway Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Student Council 11; Class Council 10, 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11, 12 (Secretary); Oracle 12. DAVID LEE GOLDBLATT. 287 Stokes Circle, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10; Spectre 11 (Editor), 12; World Affairs 9, 10, 11 (Treas.), 12 (Pres.); Abingtonian 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor); Amnesty International 11, 12; Sprite 9 (Editor), 10. DOUGLAS RICHARD GOLD-HABER. 1821 North Hills Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12. Sherry does the Super BowI Shuffle Eric Gianella Stacey Ann Gipprich William l ee Gibson, Jr. David Lee Goldblatt Brian Gerber Neil Charles Gever Marika Ginsbc rg Douglas Goldhaber 198Hope Goldhaber Kelly Gordon ■ Martin Grasty Rachel Goldstein Robert Grasty Tamara Greenwell Gwenevere Good Anita Grasty HOPE GOLDHABER. 1821 North Hills Awe., Willow Grove, PA 19090. RACHEL GOLDSTEIN 322 Wynd-moor Lane, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 12; Soccer 10, 11; Affiliation Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11; Oracle 12. GWENEVERE MAE GOOD. 1136 Jericho Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Band Front 10,11, 12; Choir 9, 10, 11,12; Creative Writing 11; Health Careers Club 9; School Musicals 10, 11, 12. KELLY BETH GORDON. 1443 Autumn Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Class Council 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 10; Honor Society 9; Latin Club 10; Oracle 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 9. DAVID N. GRALNICK. 376 Beaver Hollow Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 12; Class Council 11, 12; Oracle 12. ANITA GRASTY. 1661 Fairview Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. MARTIN LUTHER GRASTY. 1651 Park Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9; Football 9; Wrestling 10, 11; BSU 10, 11, 12. ROBERT GRASTY. 1654 Washington Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12. BSU 12. GARY RONALD GREENBLATT. 1181 Dixon Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; World Affairs Club 11. RONALD SPENCER GREENE. 1665 Park Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Football 9; VICA Tech School. TAMARA TERESE GREENWELL. 254 North Hills Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10, 11,12; Class Council 12; Basketball 11; Cross Country 10,11,12; Track 9,10, 11,12; Honor Society 11,12; BSU 9, 10, 11. CHARLES AARON GRIFFIN. 1424 Rothley Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Student Council 9 (Pres.); Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 9, 12; BSU 10, 11. Gary Grcenblatt Charles GriffinMARYJANE GRIFFIN. 2546 Woodland Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. PAUL R. GRINDLE. 358 Monroe Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. DANIELLE GROSS. 555 Glenmore Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 12; Class Council 10, 11; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 11; Usherettes 11; Health Careers 9; Computer Club 9; Lacrosse (Mgr.) 10; Baseball (Mgr.) 9. REINA SIMONE GROSSMAN. 217 Susan Dr., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Class Council 11; Affiliation Club 11; Honor Society 9, 10; Key Club 11; News Bureau 9, 11; Oracle 10, 11; Library Aid 9, 11; Swimming Aid 11; School Play (Advertising) 9. GREGORY G. GUIM. 1502 Elkins Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Electric Technology EMCT 12. SANG JOON HAHM. 1527 Shoemaker Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 11; Class Council 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 11; Oracle 12. STACEY ELIZABETH HALL. 217 Chelsea Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. BSU 9; Library Aid 9, 10. TODD RYAN HANKINSON. 256 Rolling Hill Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. VERONICA E. HARDMON. 1726 Summit Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Spanish Club 11, 12; FBLA 11, 12. JOSEPH P. HARKINS. 366 Osceola Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. JOSH HARRIS. 346 Ruscombe Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. LISA M. HARRIS. 1061 Pheasant , Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Maryjanc Griffin Paul R. Grindle Reina S. Grossman Stacey Elizabeth Mall Gregory Guim Todd R. Hankinson Joseph P. Markins Josh Marris Danielle Gross Sang Joon Mahm Veronica E. Mardmon Lisa M. Marris 200Christina Marie Hartman Nancy Mac Harvey Dana Lynn Heit man J. Stephen Heuges Joseph M. Hartman Dennis Andre Haynos, Jr. Debra Henderson Laura F. Hinerfeld Jonathan A. Harvey Shannon Patricia Herrmann Joanne Hoff CHRISTINA MARIE HARTMAN. 1166 Tyson Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Latin Club 11; Oracle 12; Creative Studies Program 12. JOSEPH M. HARTMAN. 1160 Colonial Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Ice Hockey 10, 11, 12 (Varsity). JONATHAN A. HARVEY. 2228 Hillthorpe Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Lacrosse 9, 10, 11. NANCY MAE HARVEY. 2228 Hillthorpe Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Basketball 12 (Mgr.); Field Hockey 11, 12 (Mgr.); Key Club 11, 12; Latin Club 11. DENNIS ANDRE HAYNOS, JR. 1418 Grovania Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Baseball 10. DAVID A. HECTOR. 142 Shelmire St., Phila., PA 19111. Baseball 9; Spanish Club 11, 12. DANA LYNN HEITZMAN. 1062 Arbuta Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Basketball 12 (Mgr.). DEBRA HENDERSON. 1634 Rockwell Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Class Council 10; Basketball 9, 12; Track 9, 10, 11; Field Hockey 9; Honor Society 9, 10, 11; Italian Club 12; BSU 9, 10, 11, 12; BSU Gospel Choir 11; Powder Puff Football 11. SHANNON PATRICIA HERRMANN. 326 Keswick Ave., Glen-side, PA 19038. Class Council 9; Track 9,10,11,12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 (capt.); Winter Track 9, 10; Varsity “A" 10, 11, 12. J. STEPHEN HEUGES. 2039 Jenkin-town Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Soccer 11. LAURA F. HINERFELD. 1624 Biddle Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 10, 12; Soccer 9; Affiliation Club 12; Camera Club 9; French Club 9; Latin Club 10, 11, 12 (Corresponding Seer.); Oracle 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 10, 12; World Affairs 12; Newspaper 9, 10, 12; C.S.P. 11; Philosophy 11. JOANNE HOFF. 1521 Coocon Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090. 201ALLAN MICHAEL HOFFMAN. 1431 Lewis Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Class Council 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10; Affiliation Club 11, 12; Honor Society 12; Key Club 12; Latin Club 11, 12 (Vice-Pres); Abington-ian 12; World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12. MARNIE ANN HOFFMAN. 1434 Lindbergh Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. MILTON HOLLARS. 1245 Thompson Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. MAUREEN HORAN. 7915 Queen St., Wyndmoor, PA 19118. LAURIE ANN HOUSEKNECHT. 445 Roberts Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 10; Color Guard 12; Band Front 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11; Usherettes 9; Presidential Classroom 12. THOMAS HOUSTON. 1960 Susquehanna Ave., Abington, PA 190 1. DAVID HUGHES. 2161 Charles St., Glenside, PA 19038. Soccer 9, 10, 11,12; Ecology 11,12; Field Biology 11, 12. ROBERT HUGHES. 1548 Lindberg Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. BERNADETTE R. HUMES. 103 Daley St., Rockledge, PA 19111. Soccer 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9; Key Club 12; Health Careers Club 9. SUSAN TRACY HUNT. 1315 Wun-derland Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Cross-Country 12; Orchestra 10. MATTHEW LEE IFILL. 1417 Edge Hill Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Debate 11,12; Honor Society 12; Key Club 12; Latin Club 10, 11, 12 (Vice-Pres and President). GEORGE ILLINGWORTH. 717 Monroe Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Marnic Ann Hoffman Milton Hollars Allan Michael Hoffman Maureen Horan Laurie Ann Houseknecht Thomas Houston David Hughes Robert Hughes Bernadette Humes Susan Tracy Hunt Matthew Lee I George Illingworth 202Kimberly A. Jacker Martin Jacobson Benjamin Pozon Jaurigue Donna Marie Joerger Stephanie A. Jarema David Scott Jaslow Hey, fix your hair, they're taking your picturel KIMBERLY ANN JACKER. 1019 Winchester St., Rockledge, PA 19111. AUDRA M. JACKSON. 1647 High Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. JONATHEN R. JACOBS. 941 Woodcrest Rd., Abington, PA 19001. MARTIN JACOBSON. 337 Mulberry Lane, Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12 (Pres.); Class Council 9. 10. 11. 12; Football; Lacrosse 9; Human Relations 12. STEPHANIE A. JAREMA. 1335 Glenbrook Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Soccer 11, 12. DAVID SCOTT JASLOW. 1903 Harding Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Class Council 10; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10,11, 12; News Bureau 10, 11, 12 (Editor-in-Chief); Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11 (Pres.); Varsity "A" 11, 12; World Affairs 9; Abingtonian 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 11. BENJAMIN POZON JAURIGUE. 1917 Nicholas Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9,10; Class Council 9,10; Tennis 9, 10, 11,12; Wrestling 9; Band 9,10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9; Jazz Band 9, 10; Montco Band 11. DONNA MARIE JOERGER. 1017 Bruke St., Rockledge, PA 19111. FBLA 12. 203KEVIN M. JOHNS. 420 Tulpe-hocken Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Latin Club 12; Intramural Basketball 12. DANIEL J. JOHNSON. 481 Roberts Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 12; Class Council 12; Football 9, 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity “A" Club 11, 12. KATHY PATRICIA JOHNSTON. 1627 Fitzwatertown Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Choir 11, 12. MICHAEL ANTHONY JONES. 1926 Susquehanna St., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 12; Baseball 9; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Track 11; Varsity "A" Club 11, 12. STEPHEN JOSEPH JOYCE. 2225 Oakdale Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Aerospace Club 11, 12. AMY KAJI. 343 Fillmore St., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Asian-Ameri-can Assoc. 10, 11 (Pres.), 12; Affiliation Club 9, 10, 11 (Pres.) 12 (Pres); Honor Society 9,10,11,12; World Affairs 9, 10, 11, 12 (Treas.); Spectre 9,10,11. (Circulation Editor), 12 (Circulation Editor); Debate 10, 11; French Club 10,11,12 (Vice-Pres.). CINDY FERN KAMENIR. 543 Meadowbrook Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Track 9; Gym Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Oracle 12. HOPE JENNIFER KAPLAN. 1432 Autumn Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9,10,11,12; Soccer 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11; Latin Club 11; Oracle 10, 11, 12; Softball 9. JOSHUA B. KASDIN. 1212 Lenox Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Student Council 11; Spanish Club 11, 12. MARK S. KEHOE. 130 Sylvania Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. Wrestling 9, 10; Band 9, 10, 11, 12. APRIL KELLER. 2070 Moreland Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10,11,12; Field Hockey 9; Affiliation 10, 11; Honor Society 9; Spanish Club 11, 12; Oracle 12; Work Study Program 12. PAUL GEORGE KELLER. 345 Maple Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Swimming Team 9. Kevin M. Johns Daniel J. Johnson Michael Anthony Jones Stephen Joseph Joyce Cindy Fern Kamenir Hope Jennifer Kaplan Mark S. Kehoe April Keller Kathy Patricia Johnston Joshua B. Kasdin Paul George KellerAllen Harrison Kelley, III Megan Kelly Christopher Kerner Hilary Nan Kieserman Katheryn Riggs Killhour Hyun Ju Kim ALLEN HARRISON KELLEY, III. 732 Dale Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9; Honor Society 9, 10; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12. MEGAN ELIZABETH KELLY. 1047 Huntingdon Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Band Front 12; Choir 9, 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Health Careers Club 9, 10. CHRISTOPHER JOHN KERNER. 1554 Washington Lane, Meadow-brook, PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10, 12; Class Council 11; Gym Team 9, 10. HILARY NAN KIESERMAN. 602 Hoyt Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Honor Society 12; Oracle 10, 11, 12. KATHERYN RIGGS KILLHOUR. 1456 Holcomb Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Kenneth Fred Lamar Klock David Lawrence Koche HYUN JU KIM. 2829 Grisdale Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Soccer 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9; Oracle 11, 12. SANG H. KIM. 501 Edge Hill Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 11, 12; Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 12; Varsity “A" 11, 12; Asian-American Association 11, 12. HARLEN WOOD KLEINTZ 1242 Osbourne Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Government 9, 10, 11; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Winter Gaurd 9, 10, 11, 12; Band Front 10, 11; Drum Line 12. JENNIFER LYNNE KLENK. 2646 Hazel Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. KENNETH FRED LAMAR KLOCK. 2305 Pershing Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. DAVID LAWRENCE KOCHE. 1422 Imperial Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 10, 11; Sports Club 9, 10; World Affairs 10, 11, 12; Abingtonian 10,11, 12 (Editor). 205MARYANNE KOMYKOSKI. 1260 Nolen Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. KEVIN PAUL KOVAL. 1375 Edgewood Rd., Roslyn, PA 19002. LARRY S. KRASICK. 711 Martin Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 10,11,12; Football 12; Lacrosse 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 9, 10, 11; Varsity "A" 11, 12. ROBERT KRINN. 2437 LaFayette Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Football 9, 10; Wrestling 9. BETH KRUM. 1268 Rydal Rd., Ry-dal, PA 19046. Oracle 11. BRINA ILENE KRUPNICK. 135 Susan Dr., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Soccer 9,10; Tennis 10,12; Oracle 11; Spanish Club 11, 12. CHRISTINE ELLEN KUROWSKI. 1415 Carol Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. "Excuse me, Mr. Schramm, but where is the space bar?" Larry S. Krasick Brina llene Krupnick Christine Ellen Kurowski 206Joseph Lafferty % Thomas Anthony Lang Dina Marie Lawston Sharon S. Lee Susan Lahmann Sharon Marie Lawrence Perry D. Leach Douglas C. Leonard Edward M. Lambert Juliet Lawson Daniel Seon Lee Miriam Jennifer Levy JOSEPH T. LAFFERTY. 2808 Galloway Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Gym Team 12; Swimming Team 12; World Affairs 12. SUSAN LAHMANN. 1764 Fitzwa-tertown Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090 EDWARD . LAMBERT. 1815 Eck-ard Ave., Abington, PA 19001. THOMAS ANTHONY LANG. 309 Edgley Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Spanish Club 11, 12; Basketball 12. SHARON MARIE LAWRENCE. 1607 Summit Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. BSU 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12. JULIET A. LAWSON. 634 More-don Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9. DINA MARIE LAWSTON. 846 Jen-kintown Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Football (Mgr.) 12; Track 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; BSU 10, 11, 12. PERRY D. LEACH. 838 Washington Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Folk Guitar 12; Choir 10; BSU 11. DANIEL SEON LEE. 1599 Edge Hill Rd., Abington, PA 19001. SHARON S. LEE. 165 Woodpecker Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11, 12; French Club 11; Honor Society 12; Key Club 12; Oracle 12; World Affairs 12; Asian-American Association 11. DOUGLAS C. LEONARD. 1435 Cloverly Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Debate 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Spectre 10, 11, 12; Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra 9, 10; Abington-ian 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor). MIRIAM JENNIFER LEVY. 1539 Ferndale Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 12; Affiliation Club 12; Orchestra 9; Spanish Club 11; Usherettes 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 11, 12; Marching Band 12. 207SUSAN APRIL LIEBERMAN. 517 Hoyt Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11; Eield Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11; ARTW 12; French Club 10,11; Honor Society 9,10; Oracle 11, 12; Swimming Aid 10, 11. LAUREL ANN LIGHTNER. 2846 Turner Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Track 9; Choir 9; VICA (Secretary) 12; Tech School 11, 12. LEANNE ROBERTA LINDSAY. 1544 Edgewood Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Orchestra 9 10; Usherettes, 10, 11, 12. DAVID A. LIPSON. 1305 Washington Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Debate 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; Honor Society 11,12; Spectre 10,11; Abingtonian 10,11,12; Sprite 9. ROBERT S. LOEFFLER. 2455 Ardsley Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. DAVID A. LOEW. 1904 Harding Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Swimming Team 9,10,11, 12; Tennis 12; Concert Band, 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12. MARK WOLFGANG LOESCHER. 1448 Meadowbrook Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council (Pres.) 11; Band 9, 10, 11, 12 (Pres.); Honor Society 10, 11. SANDRA J. LONG. 2227 Old Welsh Rd., Willos Grove, PA 19090. EARL ROBERT LONGSTREATH. 126 Jarrett Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. Baseball 9; Lacrosse 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10. CHRISTINA ANN LOTZ. 1860 Brentwood Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 12; Latin Club 11; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12. JERRELL LOVE. 1744 Prospect Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 12; Football 12; Track 12; Wrestling 12; BSU 12. KAREN MARIE MACAULEY. 929 Old Ford Rd., Huntgindon Valley, PA 19006. ARTW 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12 (Secretary); Oracle 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 12; Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12 (Drum Major); Jazz Band 9; School Musical 9, 10, 12. Susan April Licberman Mark Loescher Christina Ann Lotz Laurel Ann Lightner Robert Loefflcr Sandra Jane Long Jerrell Love David A. Loew Earl Robert Longstreath Karen Marie Macauley 208OK, everyone, pretend you're doing something Nearly everyone reads the Oracle educational Some library in Amazon, South America 210You try writing with your eyes closed! 211212Scott and Steve Smith Steve and Lynn Thompsor 214Murray and Brad Slenn 215"Yeeesss?" Abington's latest dance crazeSally Lynn Magill Michael L. Maltman John Marinucci Mark Patrick Marshall James Francis Malloy Rochelle A. Mangiaruga Louis Robert Marion Myron J. Marshall LEIGH A. MACELWEE. 1833 Fairview Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. SALLY LYNN MAGILL. 966 Irvin Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10; Track 10; Cheerleaders 12. JAMES FRANCIS MALLOY. 222 Roberts Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 12; Golf Team 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12. RENEE DIANE MALNATI 141 Fisher Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Student Council 10, 11,12; Class Council 9,10, 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10; Gymnastics 9 (Capt.), 10; Lacrosse 11, 12; Field Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11; Cheerleaders 10, 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; Oracle 10,11, 12; Varsity "A" 9,10,11, 12; World Affairs Club 9, 10; Abing-tonian 9, 10. MICHAEL L. MALTMAN. 2013 Mt. Carmel Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 12. ROCHELLE ANNE MANGIARUGA. 28 Central Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. SALLY MANSON. 105 Atwood Rd., Erdenheim, PA 19118. Library Aid 12. JOHN R. MARINUCCI. Ill Edge Hill Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Class Council 10; Student Council 10; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10. LOUIS ROBERT MARION. 1360 Revelation Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Debate 10, 12; Honor Society 9,10,11,12; Abington-ian 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor); Spectre 9, 10, 11, 12; World Affairs Club 9; Pit Orchestra 10. JAMES SCOTT MARKS. 948 Meadowbrook Drive, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 12; Basketball 9; Golf Team 9, 10; Tennis Team 10, 11; Lacrosse 9. MARK PATRICK MARSHALL. 114 N. Sylvania Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. MYRON J. MARSHALL. 2620 Lillian Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 9,11; Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12; BSU 12. 225MICHAEL THOMAS MARTELLA. 531 Briarwood Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Soccer 10. 11; Honor Society 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11, 12; Oracle 12; Abingtonian 11, 12 (Editor), Amnesty International 11, 12; Stage Crew 12 (Crew Chief); Musical 11, 12. GEROME ALBERT MARTIN. 1409 Grovania Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 9, 10; Varsity "A" 12; BSU 11, 12. JOSE A. MARTINEZ. 2236 Oakdale Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. SOLOMON BENJAMIN MATI-SOFF. 804 Jenkintown Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Choir 9,10,11,12; News Bureau 9; Aerospace Club 10, 11, 12; Madrigal Singers 9, 12. CHARLES T. MATTHEWS. 370 Keswick Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 10, 12; Class Council 11; F.O.D.S. 9, 10, 11, 12. KATRINA MAWHINNEV. 1442 Birchwood Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Library Aid 12. ROBERT ALLAN MAXWELL, III. 1450 Stocton Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Golf Team 9, 10, 11; Lacrosse 9, 10, 12; Debate 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 9, 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 9, 10, 11, 12. EDWARD MCALEER. 1923 Canterbury Rd., Abington, PA 19001. SEMONNE MCCARR. 1745 Park Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. LEIGHANN MCCLINTON. 2904 Gohn Dr., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Winter Guard 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 10, 11. GERALD FRANCIS MCCRIMMIN. 148 Blake Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. JOHN P. MCDERMOTT. 2837 Omega PI., Roslyn, PA 19001. Michael Martella Cerome Martin Solomon Benjamin Matisoff Charles Matthews Robert Allan Maxwell, III Edward McAleer Leigh McClinton Gerald Francis McCrimmon Jose Martinez Katrina Mawhinney Semonne McCarr John P. McDermott 226Cathrinc Birdie MeFadden I'll see your two Oreos, and raise you a pretzel. Mary Ellen McGinnis Brian McGrath Devere Mclnnes Sharon A. McGlumphy Laura McQuay Lori Michelle Merion CATHRINE BIRDIE MCFADDEN. 405 Church Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Class Council 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11; Soccer 9, 10, 11; Field Hockey 9, 10; FBLA 11. MARY ELLEN MCGINNIS. 2037 Chester Ave., Abington, PA 19001. SHARON ANNE MCGLUMPHY. 2019 Keith Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Track 12; Field Hockey 9; Football (Mgr.) 12. BRIAN MCGRATH. 1513 Amity Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Baseball 9, 10; Golf Team 9, 10, 11, 12. DEVERE MCINNES. 1838 Osborne Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. KEVIN JOSEPH MCKEEVER. 2717 Heather Lane, North Hills, PA 19038. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 9,10,11,12; Basketball 9; Baseball 9,10,11,12; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 11, 12. LAURA MCQUAY. 219 Shady Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19111. French Club 9; Latin Club 12. LORI MICHELLE MERION. 1831 Foothill Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9; Class Council 9, 12; Choir 9; Oracle 11. 227JASON D. MEYER. 1670 Arnold Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. SHERYL F. MIKELBERG. 1338 Green Rd., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Student Council 9; Affiliation Club 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10; Spectre 10 (Editor), 11 (Editor-in-Chief), 12; World Affairs Club 12; Ab-ingtonian 10 (Editor), 12 (Editor); Asian-American Club 11. ELYSE A. MILLER. 1234 Fleetwood Rd., Rydal, Pa. 19046 Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10; Oracle 12. ERIKA ELISE MILLER. 1239 Fleetwood Rd., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Student Council 9; Class Council 9,11; Soccer 10; Affiliation Club 10, 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9; French Club 11 (Vice-President), 12 (President); Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Latin Club 10, 11, 12 (Vice-Pres., Pres.); Oracle 10, 11, 12 (Editor); Orchestra 9; Spectre 12; World Affairs Club 10, 12; Asian-American Club 11; Swimmers Aid 12; CSP 12. JODIE MILLER. 978 Washington Ln., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Creative Writing 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11,12; Oracle 9,10,11,12; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12. Erika Elise Miller Jason D. Meyer Sheryl F. Mikelberg Jodie Miller STEPHANIE MILLER. 1916 Fleming Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. KEVIN T. MONEY. 1387 Edgewood Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; School Store 10. ROBERT JOHN MONTEROSSO. 1817 Eckard Ave., Abington, Pa. 19001. SHAWN TODD MONTGOMERY. 2751 Galloway Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. HYUNG J. MOON. 302 Rolling Hill Rd., Elkins Park, Pa. 19117. Student Council 11; Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10; Wrestling 9; Affiliation Club 11, 12; Honor Society 12; Latin Club 10; News Bureau 12; Oracle 12; World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12; Amnesty International 11, 12; Asian-American Club 11. JON JOSEPH MORRIS. 1933 Coolidge Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. Lacrosse 10; Affilition Club 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Orchestra 9; Spanish Club 11, 12; World Affairs Club 11,12; Amnesty International 11, 12; Asian-American Club 11. KELLY ANNE MORRIS. 1516 Coulon Rd., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. Flag Twirlers 10, 11, 12. Kevin T. Money Hyung J. Moon w Aik Robert John Monterosso Jon Joseph Morris 228 Elyse A. Miller Shawn Todd Montgomery Kelly Anne MorrisMICHELE HELENE MORRIS. 1523 Lindbergh Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 10, 11; Class Council 12; Soccer, 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 12; Sprite 9. ERIC ALLEN MUHL. 1462 Doris Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Affiliation Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12; FBLA 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12; School Store 11. DEBORAH LYNN MULKEWYCZ. 1313 Osbourne Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 11, 12; Concert Band 9, 10, 11,12. DANA LEA MULLER. 1933 Cleveland Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Affiliation Club 11; Key Club 11, 12 (Vice-Pres.); Spanish Club 11. LEIGH RENEE MUNDY. 702 Easton Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Cross-Country 9,10,11,12 (Capt.); Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Usherettes 11, 12; Varsity "A" 9, 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 11, 12; Abingtonian 10, 11, 12 (Editor). JEFFREY ADAM NERENBERG. 359 Heathcliffe Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 12; News Bureau 11, 12; World Affairs 10, 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 10, 12. TUAN BA NGUYEN. 2911 Oklahoma Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Tennis 9; Soccer 11; Affiliation Club 11; Key Club 11, 12. CURTIS RAY NIX. 872 Tyson Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Baseball 9. TABITHA L. NORRIS. 2724 Galloway Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Class Council 10; Track 9; Latin Club 11, 12. CHRISTINE LOUISE NOWICKI. 240 Woodlyn Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. DIANA LYNN NUESSLE. 754 Central Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. FBLA 12; Latin Club 10. TINA M. O'CONNOR. 1764 Fern-dale Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Field Hockey 9, 10, 11; Softball 9. 229VINCENT F. O'DONOGHUE. 456 North Easton Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Latin Club 10, 11, 12. JOSEPH F. OESTERLE, JR., 770 Harrison Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Basketball 9; Baseball 9; Football 9. SUSAN FUKU OKABAYASHI. 2927 Thunderhead Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); French Club 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11. RONALD PHILIP OLDER. 342 Rolling Hill Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Tennis 10. CHRISTOPHER D. OLIMPO. 357 Central Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. RONALD WILLIAM OVERHOLT. 2905 Jenkintown Rd., Ardsley, PA 19038. SONIA KATHERINE PALACIO. 112 Haines Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10 (Vice-Pres.), 11; Tennis 10; Spanish Club 10, 11. JAMES E. PARKER. 305 Cedar Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Football 9. Vincent O'Donoghue Joseph Oesterle, Jr. Susan Fuku Okabayashi Ronald Overholt I think I'm going to sneeze . . . Ah Ronald Philip Older Sonia K. Palacio Christopher D. Olimpo James Parker 230Eric Thomas Parsha jodi L. Patrick William E. Penderghest Lee Martin Perlman Stephen Paul Philips Bryn C. Phylyaw Scott Dettmer Pietak Sylvia L. Pinkney Barbara Lynn Peirce Sherri Lyn Pfenninger Denise Mari Pichaj Shari Leigh Pitkow ERIC THOMAS PARSHA. 2056 Maplewood Ave., Abington, Pa. 19001. JODI L. PATRICK. 1159 Huntingdon Pk., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Affiliation Club 11; Choir 12; Stage Crew 11. BARBARA LYNN PEIRCE. 859 Fernhill Rd., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Basketball 9 (Manager); Color Guard 11, 12; Winter Guard 11; Latin Club 10, 11. WILLIAM E. PENDERGHEST. 1810 Willard Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12. LEE MARTIN PERLMAN. 823 Gregory Rd., Rydal, Pa. 19046. Class Council 12; Honor Society 9, 12; Oracle 12; World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11. SHERRI LYN PFENNINGER. 1529 Lindbergh Ave., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. Basketball 9; Spanish Club 9, 10; Softball 9, 10. STEPHEN PAUL PHILIPS. 1920 Sharon Rd., Meadowbrook, Pa. 19046. Golf 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10; Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" Club 12; World Affairs Club 10; Model Senate 11. BRYN C. PHYLYAW. 1562 St. James PI., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. DENISE MARI PICHAJ. 322 Man-kin Ave., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. SCOTT DETTMER PIETAK. 2033 Woodland Rd., Abington, Pa. 19001. Lacrosse 9, 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 11. SYLVIA L. PINKNEY. 1615 Coo-lidge Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. SHARI LEIGH PITKOW. 1580 Buckhill Dr., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Affiliation Club 11. 231HEATHER GAIL PLATT. 208 Fillmore St., Philadelphia, PA 19111. DONNA POE. 1638 Newport Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. DARREN G. POLEV. 1489 Bluejay Rd., Roslyn, PA. 19001. Student Council 10, 11; Class Council 9, 10; Key Club 11, 12 (President); Latin Club 10, 11, 12 (Treasurer); Oracle 11; Theatre Honorary 9, 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 11, 12; Abingtonian 11, 12. SEANTIAN POLK. 1590 Airline Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. DARA E. POLLOCK. 1207 Oliver Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 9, 10; Affiliation Club 11. STEVEN GRANT POWER. 2948 Elliott Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 11; Soccer 9. JESSICA ANN PURSLEY. 587 Fox Chase Rd. Philadelphia, PA 19111. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11,12; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9; FBLA 11; School Store 12; Amnesty International 11, 12; Stage Crew. KATHERINE F. RAHN. 2075 Maplewood Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Winter Guard (Manager) 12; Latin 12. KAREN L. RAMBO. 452 Tennis Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Swimming Team 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9,10,11,12; Varsity "A" 10,11,12; Swimmer's Aid 10, 11. ROBERT RATH. 2604 Belmont Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Ice Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12. DOMENIC MICHAEL REALE. 1381 High Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Class Council 9; Italian Club 9, 10, 11. ALP RECIK. 267 Perry St., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Donna Poe Dara E. Pollock Jessica Pursley Katherine Rahn Robert Rath Domenic Reale Darren Poley V Steven Power — Karen Rambo Alp Recik 232Christine Elizabeth Reed Lisa M. Ridge Sharon Louise Ritter Victoria Ann Reynolds Tracy Renee Ridgway William D. Rivkin George W. Riehm Richard Andrew Roatch Robert Cooey Rose Brian Keith Roberts Christine Marie Romeo CHRISTINE ELIZABETH REED. 1201 Mildred Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Band 9; VICA 12. VICTORIA ANN REYNOLDS. 1759 Papermill Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 12; Class Council 11, 12; Basketball 9; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 12; Varsity "A" Club 12. LISA M. RIDGE. 1223 Thompson Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. TRACY RENEE RIDGWAY. 608 Los Angeles Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. GEORGE W. RIEHM. 792 Roslyn Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. SHARON LOUISE RITTER. 1961 Country Club Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12. WILLIAM D. RIVKIN. 2937 Gris-dale Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Soccer 9, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9; World Affairs Club 11, 12. RICHARD ANDREW ROATCH. 2018 Susquehanna Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Baseball 9; Football 9, 12; Stage Crew 10, 11, 12. BRIAN KEITH ROBERTS. 1726 Arnold Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. CHRISTINE MARIE ROMEO. 332 Monroe Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Track 12; Italian Club 12. ROBERT COOEY ROSE. 200 Jar-rett Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. Class Council 10, 11, 12; Creative Writing 10, 11, 12. 233WILLIAM T. ROSE. 343 North-wood Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 12; Cross-Country 11,12; Rifle 11, 12; Chess Club 10; Creative Writing 10, 11; News Bureau 9, 10, 11; Theatre Honorary 10, 11, 12. MICHAEL NEIL ROSNER. 1505 Rydal Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Soccer 9, 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11; Spanish Club 10. ANNE KILBORN RUSSELL. 1122 Jericho Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Class Council 10,11,12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12; Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 10, 11. JOHN CHARLES RYAN. 265 Tul-pehocken Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 12; Class Council 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity “A" 11, 12. JANINE SACCHETTI. 1035 Spring Valley, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. SHARI ILENE SADOFF. 441 Wingate Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. ARTW 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 11; School Play 9, 10, 11, 12; School Musical 9, 10, 11. PAMELA L. SALAZAR. 911 Leopard Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Affiliation Club 10,11; Honor Society 9; Oracle 10, 11, 12; World Affairs 9. JOHN VINCENT SANDERS. 1318 Grovania Ave., Abington, PA 19001. STEPHEN NORMAN SANTORA. 1323 Partridge Rd., Class Council 9; Basketball 9; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimming Team 12; Lacrosse 10; Honor Society 12; Varsity "A" 12. LAURA ANTOINETTE SAUNDERS. 1617 Prospect Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Track 9; Cheerleaders 9. CHARLES ANDREW SAURMAN. 528 Baeder Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. ALICE ELIZABETH SAYLOR. 1137 Hall Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Gymnastics 9, 10; Band 9, 10, 11, 12. John C. Ryan Pamela Leslie Salazar Laura A. Saunders William Tippitts Rose Michael Rosner Janine Sacchetti John Sanders Charles Andrew Saurman Anne Kilborn Russell Shari llene Sadoff Stephen N. Santora Alice Elizabeth Saylor 234Herbert John Scherrer Judy Schott Stacy Lyn Schramm Steven Schwartzstein Who needs geometry when you've got charisma? Timothy John Schwarz Tracey Alan Schweizer HERBERT JOHN SCHERRER. 991 Claire Ave., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Band 9, 10, 11, 12. TODD O'CONNOR SCHEUREN. 2562 Rosewood Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Affiliation Club 12; Band 9, 10, 12; Marching Band 11, 12. BRIAN SCOTT SCHMID. 861 Jen-kintown Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. JUDY SCHOTT. 942 Crosswicks Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. STACY LYN SCHRAMM. 2216 Parkdale Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 10, 11, 12 (Vice-Pres.); Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12. STEVEN SCHWARTZSTEIN. 949 Leopard Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Baseball 10, 11; Spanish Club 11. TIMOTHY SCHWARZ. 1312 Jericho Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Choir 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12; Madrigals 12; District Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Regional Orchestra 10, 11, 12; State Orchestra 10, 11, 12, TRACEY ALAN SCHWEIZER. 2625 Belmont Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Student Council 9, 10, 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir 12; News Bureau 12; School Musical 11, 12. 235STEVEN A. SEAFORTH. 1665 Arnold Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. Track 12; Wrestling 12. TARA A. SEGAL. 1855 Lippincott Rd., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Swimming Aid 10,11; Class Council 9; CSP 12. ELIZABETH A. SEITER. 2113 Oakdale Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Class Council 11) 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 (Mgr.); Cheerleaders 9; Honor Society 11, 12. THOMAS PETER SENIN. 817 Central Ave., Ardsley, Pa. 19038. Affiliation Club 12; World Affairs 12. NICHOLAS SERRATORE. 1823 Horace Ave., Abington, Pa. 19001. GLENN F. SEYDEL. 309 Jarrett Ave., Rockledge, Pa. 19111. Student Council 11, 12; Baseball 9; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" Club 12. SHAWN A. SHARKEY. 144 Eger-ten Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Basketball 9, 12; Track 12; FBLA 12; School Store 12; BSU 12; Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12. JENNIFER READ SHARP. 2179 Pleasant Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Class Council 11; Affiliation Club 10, 11, 12; Band 9, 10, 11; Usherettes 11; World Affairs 11; Student Affairs Club 10; Jr. Prom Committee 11. NANCY L. SHAW. 736 Fern Rd., Glenside, Pa. 19038. LAURIE AILEEN SHECKMAN. 367 Mayfield Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. 19117. Student Council 11. GRETA ELISE SHENK. 2362 Oakdale Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Oracle 11. PATRICK PHILLIP SHERIDAN. 120 Fillmore Ave., Rockledge, Pa. 19111. Football 9, 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12. Steven A. Seaforth Tara A. Segal Elizabeth A. Seiter Thomas Peter Senin Nicholas Serratore Glenn F. Seydel Shawn A. Sharkey Jennifer Read Sharp Nancy L. Shaw Laurie Aileen Sheckman Greta Elise Shenk Patrick Phillip Sheridan 236Carolyn Dorothy Shields Kevin M. Siegel Kristin Singleton Murray J. Slenn David S. Shin Caryn A. Silver Patrick Kevin Slavin Brent T. Small Ralph Anthony Siani Alan K. Simbo Shara Smiley CAROLYN DOROTHY SHIELDS. 1317 Fitzwater-town Rd., Roslyn, PA 19001. Affiliation Club 10, 11; Band 9,10,11,12; Honor Society 9,10, 11,12; Key Club 11; Marching Band 10, 11, 12; School Musical 10. DAVID S. SHIN. 1415 Washington Lane, Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 10; Class Council 11; Lacrosse 9, 10; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9; Latin Club 10, 11; Ghost Post 9. RALPH ANTHONY SIANI. 519 Crescent Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9; Varsity "A" 11, 12. KEVIN M. SIEGEL. 367 Wellington Terrace, Jen-kintown, PA 19046. Class Council 9, 10; Tennis 12; Spanish Club 11, 12. CARYN A. SILVER. 1647 Buck Hill Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. FBLA 11. ALAN K. SIMBO. 418 Monroe Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Football 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9; Track 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10; World Affairs Club 11, 12. KRISTIN SINGLETON. 1317 Rothley Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. EMCO Tech (Commercial Art) 12. PATRICK KEVIN SLAVIN. 829 Cedar Rd.. Rock-ledge, PA 19111. Football 9; Tech School "Vica" 12. BRADLEY ROBERT SLENN. 1457 Holcomb Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 12 (Treasurer); Class Council 10, 11, 12; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12 (Secretary); Human Relations 9; Latin Club 10,11, 12, Oracle 12; World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12; Amnesty International 12. MURRAY J. SLENN. 1457 Holcomb Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Soccer 9,10,11,12; Honor Society 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11; Oracle 11, 12 (Editor); World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12; Newspaper 11, 12. BRENT T. SMALL. 1612 Penny Pack Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Baseball 9; Tech School (Carpenter) 10, 11, 12. SHARA LYN SMILEY. 814 Llanfair Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Government Rep. Class Council Rep. Soccer 11; Honor Society; Orchestra; Spectre; World Affairs; School Newspaper. 237AMY BETH SMITH. 1884 Nicholas Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 12; Class Council 10, 11; Affiliation Club 11; Cheerleaders 9; French Club 11; Orchestra 9. SCOTT ROBERT SMITH. 2940 Carnation Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Winter Guard 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 12; Marching Band 10, 11, 12 (Sergeant); Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Musical 10, 12; Montco Band 12. STEVEN T. SMITH. 2940 Carnation Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Student Council 9, 11; Class Council 12; Soccer (RBC) 9,10,11, 12. SUSAN SMITH. 350 Roberts Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. DIANE MARIE SNYDER. 748 Jack-son Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Tech School 10, 11, 12. VICTORIA SOKOLOVE. 2158 Susquehanna Rd., Abington, PA 19001. DAVID LAWRENCE SOLOMON. 628 Meadow Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Chess Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir 9, 10; Honor Society 12; Aviation Club 12; Science Fair 11, 12. RAQUEL LEE SOMMERFELD. Benson East Apts. 1015, Jenkin-town, PA 19046. Lacrosse 9,11,12; Field Hockey 9,10; Varsity "A" 12. Amy B. Smith Scott Robert Smith 'Well, I've examined your problem, and I think that Victoria Sokolove David Lawrence Solomon Steven Thomas Smith Susan Smith Diane Snyder Raquel Sommerfeld 238Loredana Spatola Claudia Spiller Gene Stansbury James Stidham Larry Wayne Spector Gary M. Stahl Andrew J. Starr Michael A. Stoduto Lynne Darcy Spiegel Brian Gentry Stallworth Amy Stern William Martin Strange LOREDANA SPATOLA. 1963 Lu-kens Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. LARRY WAYNE SPECTOR. 1851 Foothill Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Class Council 10, 11; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12. LYNNE DARCY SPIEGEL. 1333 Fairacres Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9, 10; Class Council 10,11,12; Tennis Team 9, 10,11,12; Oracle 10,11,12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12. CLAUDIA SPILLER. c o Bruck. 1461 Gunpowder Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 12; French Club 12; Amnesty International 12. GARY M. STAHL. 923 Garfield Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. BRIAN GENTRY STALLWORTH. 1914 Preston Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. GENE ARCHER STANSBURY. 953 Brown Ave., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Weight Training 12. ANDREW J. STARR. 2832 Susquehanna St., Roslyn, PA 19001. AMY G. STERN. 1808 Washington Lane, Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 12; Class Council 12; Affiliation Club 12; Creative Writing 12; Spanish Club 12. JAMES F. STIDHAM. 721 Cottage Rd., Glenside, PA 19038. Folk Guitar 12; Blackout 12. MICHAEL A. STODUTO. 142 Blake Ave., Rockledge, PA 19111. WILLIAM MARTIN STRANGE. 1076 Wynnfield Rd. Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Football 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 9, 10, 11,12; Honor Society 9. 239BRIAN HOWARD STRAUSS. 947 Meetinghouse Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Class Council 9, 10; Football 9. 11. 12. TRACEY LYNN STRITTMATTER. 1519 North Hills Ave., Willow Grove. PA 19090. Affiliation Club 11; Flag Twirlers 9, 10. 11, 12; Band Front 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 12. RICHARD DOUGLAS STRULSON. 1231 Cox Rd.. Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Class Council 9, Swimming Team 9, 10, 12; Tennis Team 9, 10,12; Affiliation Club 12; French Club 10; Honor Society 9, 10, 12; Latin Club 10; Abingtonian 9, 11,12; Orchestra 9; Exchange Student to England 11; Presidential Classroom 12; Model U.N. 12. JOSEPH ANTON STURM. 416 Fillmore St., Philadelphia, PA 19111. JAMES DANIEL SWIFT. 1734 Park Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. DANA LEE SYKES. 1416 Revelation Rd., Mea-dowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 12; Class Council 10, 11, 12 (Vice-Pres.); Swimming Team 9, 10, 11 (Capt ), 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11. 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Ecology 12; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 10, 11. WENDI ROBIN TEEPLE. 963 SpringhouSe Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Affiliation Club 11; Key Club 11; Spanish Club 11, 12; Usherettes 9, 10, 11, 12, Library Aide 10, 11. CRYSTAL A. THOMAS. 2903 Rossiter Ave., Ros-lyn, PA 19001. Class Council 12; FBLA 12; BSU 12. DELORES EVELYN THOMAS. 1520 Lindbergh Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. LYNN SUZANNE THOMPSON. 1804 Sharon Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Student Council 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 9; Softball 9, 10, 12. STEVEN BENTLEY THOMPSON. 1804 Sharon Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Baseball 9, 10, 12, Golf Team 12; Bowling 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12; Stage Crew 9, 12. TRACEY ANN THOMSON. 1816 Coolidgc Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Brian Howard Strauss Tracey Lynn Strittmatter Richard Douglas Strulson Dana Lee Sykes Joseph Anton Sturm James Daniel Swift Crystal A. Thomas Delores E. Thomas Wendi Robin Teeple Lynn Suzanne Thompson Steven Bentley Thompson Tracey Ann Thomson 240 Maria E. Timm Tami Trost Edward Scott Timmons Brendan J. Timoney Amy L. Tress Irina M. Trofin Robert F. Turner Keisha Tamar Twyman MARIA E. TIMM. 2129 Parkdale Ave., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Student Council 9; Class Council 12; Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12; News Bureau 12; Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Softball 9. EDWARD SCOTT TIMMONS. 711 Tennis Ave., Ardsley, Pa 19038. Oracle 10. BRENDAN J. TIMONEY. 2343 Jenkintown Rd., Glenside, Pa. 19038. LEAH S. TINSMAN. 2810 Jenkintown Rd., Ardsley, Pa. 19038 Affiliation Club 11, Band 11, 12; Orchestra 9, 10, 11; Library Aide 9, 11; Marching Band 10, 11, 12. TOAN VAN TRAN. 2980 Carnation Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090. PATRICK J. TRAYNOR. 626 Garden Rd., Glenside, Pa. 19038. Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball 9, Baseball 9, Soccer 10, 11, 12; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 12. DENISE MARIE TREMBLAY. 1420 White Owl Rd., Roslyn, Pa. 19001. AMY L. TRESS. 637 Meadow Rd., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Council 9 (Sec ), 10, 11, 12; Soccer 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11; Honor Society 12; Oracle 11, 12 (Editor); Spectre 11; Abingtonian 12. IRINA M. TROFIN. 2152 Menld Ave., Glenside, Pa 19038. Affiliation Club 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12, Key Club 11, 12 (Treas ); Latin Club 10; Oracle 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Spectre 11; Usherettes 11; World Affairs Club 12; Swimming Aid 11. TAMI TROST. 1610 Fawn Ln., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006. Student Council 11 (Sec.), 12 (Administrative Asst.); Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Tennis 9, 10; Band 9, 10,11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 12; Oracle 10, 11 (Editor), 12 (Editor-in-Chief); World Affairs Club 10; Student Forum 11, 12 (Pres.); Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation 10, 11, 12. ROBERT F. TURNER. 1311 Wheatsheaf Ln., Ab-ington, Pa 19001. World Affairs Club 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12. KEISHA TAMAR TWYMAN. 1721 Prospect Ave., Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 241 iSTEVEN A. VALERI. 373 Meadow-brook Dr., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Baseball 10; Lacrosse 11, 12; Ice Hockey 10, 11, 12. PETER VAN BUREN. 1721 Paper Mill Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Basketball 9, 10; Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Swimming Team 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12. OSCAR P. VANCE. 411 Osceola Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Student Council 12; BSU 10, 11, 12. LEE A. VARALLO. 1379 Old Ford Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006. Student Council 11, 12; Oracle 12; Spanish Club 11; World Affairs Club 9; CSP 11, 12. DIANA L. VAUGHN. 1636 Fair-view Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. ERIC S. VAUGHN. 2445 Lamott Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Basketball 12. JEFFREY ALAN VOGEL. 550 Pine Tree Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. Bowling 11; Key Club 11, 12; Intramural Basketball 10, 11, 12. ALAN P. VUKASOVIC. 1334 Meetinghouse Rd., Meadow-brook, PA 19046. Tennis 10, 11, 12; German Club 10, 11, 12. ALICE LYNNE WAINER. 127 Stanley Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 11, 12; Class Council 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9, 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); Honor Society 9, 10; Oracle 10, 11, 12; Usherettes 11; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12. ANNE E. WAINER. 127 Stanley Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Council 10,11, 12; Gym Team 9, 10; Swimming Team 12; Lacrosse 9, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10; Oracle 10, 11, 12; Varsity "A" 11, 12. DARLENE WALDEN. 119 Egerton Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT WALSH. 1260 George Rd., Meadowbrook, PA 19046. Class Council 10; Golf Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 9, 10; Varsity "A" 11, 12; World Affairs Club 10. Steven A. Valeri Lee A. Varallo Jeffrey Alan Vogel Anne E. Wainer Peter C. Van Buren V Diana L. Vaughn Alan P. Vukasovic Darlene Walden Eric S. Vaughn Christopher Scott Walsh 242Anybody seen Mrs. Haggerty?" Wendy Lee Watt Christine Leslie Weaks Kristen Wear JEFFREY DAVID WARD. 623 Edg-ley Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Baseball 10, 11, 12. JESSIE LEE WASHINGTON. 1616 High Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. NATHANIEL P. WASHINGTON. 2619 Arnaud Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. AMY MARIE WATKINS. 1616 Ridgeway Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Cross Country 9, 10; Key Club 9; Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 12; Football Manager 12. WENDY LEE WATT. 1819 Acorn Lane, Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 12; Class Council 10, 12; Soccer 10, 11, 12; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12; Ecology 11; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 10, 11. CHRISTINE LESLIE WEAKS. 2452 Arlington Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. KRISTEN M. WEAR. 1320 Huntingdon Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra 10, 12. 243SHARI WEISBROT. 215 Holme-crest Rd., Jenkintown, PA 19046. MICHELLE D. WEST. 927 Douglass Ave., Elkins Park, PA 19117. Class Council 11; Basketball 9. RYAN W. WHITNEY. 1835 Willard Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Football 12; Swimming Team 9, 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); Lacrosse 12; Honor Society 11, 12; Varsity "A" 12. ANGELA MARIE WILLIAMS. 2021 Woodland Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Winter Guard 11, 12; Flag Twirlers 10, 11, 12; Band Front 10, 11, 12; Honor Society 11, 12. DENISE WILLIAMS. 216 Edge Hill Rd; North Hills, PA 19038. DIANE M. WILLIAMS. 914 Tennis Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Winter Guard 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 10, 11, 12; Band Front 10, 11, 12; Library Aid 11. JANICE MARIE WILSON. 131 Central Ave., North Hills, PA 19038. Color Guard 11; Winter Guard 10, 11, 12; Band Front 11, 12 (Capt.); Latin Club 11; Orchestra 9, 10, 11. NATALIE ANN WILSON. 355 Evergreen Rd. Jenkintown, PA 19046. Class Council 9 (Treas.), 12 (Treas.); Track Team 9, 10, 11, 12; Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 (Capt.); Orchestra 9, 10; Varsity "A" 10, 11, 12; Swimmers Aid 11. JEFF A. WOLF. 648 Rosland Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19111. ROBERT WURSTER. 722 Tyson Ave., Ardsley, PA 19038. Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12. RAY WYSOCKI. 2159 Pleasant Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. ELEANOR E. YAP. 1599 Williams Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Student Council 12; Affiliation Club 11, 12; Honor Society 12; News Bureau 12; Oracle 12; Asian American Club 11, 12. Robert Wurster Ray Wysocki Ryan W. Whitney Diane M. Williams Jeff A. Wolf 244Son Hyang Yi WI Linda A. Zemitis Anne Marie Zimmerman Rebecca Susan Zucker Lisa Ann Yoder Julie S. Zenstein Susanna Marie Zoller Alexi Zentner Theresa Zollo SON HYANG YI. 1916 Fairview Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Affiliation Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; Oracle 12; World Affairs Club 12; Asian-American Club 11. LISA ANN YODER. 668 Tyson Ave., Glenside, PA 19038. Winter Guard 10, 11 (Capt.), 12 (Capt.); Band Front 10, 11 (Capt.), 12 (Capt.); Honor Society 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11. DAVID I. YUN. 1250 Mildred Ave., Roslyn, PA 19001. Soccer 9, 10; Affiliation Club 12. LINDA A. ZEMITIS. 1838 Lukens Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. Color Guard 10, 11, 12; Winter Guard 10, 11, 12; Band Front 10, 11, 12. JULIE S. ZENSTEIN. 1166 Sewell Lane Rydal, PA 19046 ALEXI ZENTNER. 1476 Huntingdon Rd., Abington, PA 19001. Basketball 9, 10. ANNE MARIE ZIMMERMAN 992 Huntingdon Pike Huntingdon, PA 19006 SUSANNA MARIE ZOLLER. 1276 Grovania Ave., Abington, PA 19001. Band 9, 10, 12; Winter Guard 11, 12; Marching Band 10, 11, 12. THERESA L. ZOLLO. 1947 Coo-lidge Ave., Willow Grove, PA 19090. FBLA 12; Library Aide 12. REBECCA SUSAN ZUCKER. 1256 Valley Rd., Rydal, PA 19046. Student Council 9; Class Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer 10, 11, 12;Field Hockey 9; Affiliation Club 11, 12; Cheerleaders 9; French Club 11, 12 (Pres.); Honor Society 9, 12; Amnesty International 11, 12; Play 12. 245NADA PICTURED Roderick Blake Frank J. Jaworski Manjula V. Sarma Howard Burrell Rodney Johnson Robert W. Schuyler Loren Carington Assaad Kahlil Matthew Shafer Warren Carter Jon Andrew Kieserman Brian Shrager Lou Cerino Matthew Leonard Ann M. Sitasz Darren Clifton Nicholas P. Matyszcak Nancy McColgan Anthony Smith Russell Dinkins Raymond Stacy David Evans Arom B. McCoy Jeffrey Stiegelmann Eric T. Fiorillo John McVay Charles Sturges John H. Francis Kris Nollendorfs Philip Sykes William A. Guinther Kenneth Paul Antoinette Thomas Joseph P. Harkins Joseph D. Piunti Rosemary Towey Robert Hughes Alex J. Poffarl Eugene F. Vail Harry Jahn David W. Rollason Dawn White Donna M. Jarvis Christian Saboe Carnell Williams 24hA SPACE TRAGEDY-1 28 86 Seven Shooting Stars Set back by a series of delays Set back a number of days Challenger finally took to the skies A sight for all our eyes A flaming eagle With a trail of smoke The tension of anticipation Finally broke So routine Yet so full of grace Burning with a passion For outer space The challenge to enter space Was a challenge they chose to face Seven people from backgrounds which vary Lost in the sound of an explosion so scary The whole of their craft Burning in the air No chance to escape It seems so unfair So tragic And so unreal A wound That will never heal Every night I look up to the sky Every night Seven shooting stars pass by I take seven paces I see seven faces And I'm reminded of the courage in their eyes The courage to conquer the skies.248 Study Canterbury KoadClass Kings Chink Make Sales1968 MORE GROWTH January Man Receives New Lease On Life Through Heart Transplant February Richard Nixon Begins Campaign For President March Robert Kennedy Begins Democratic Presidential Campaign April Martin Luther King, Jr. Killed By Assassin In Memphis May Vietnam Peace Talks Begin In Paris June Robert Kennedy Shot And Killed In San FranciscoA Vintage Year IN 68 July Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Signed August McCarthy's Communist Crusade Finally Ends September Russia Launches Unmanned Zond 5 To Orbit Moon October NASA Launches Apollo 7 Astronauts In Space To Orbit Earth November Richard Nixon Elected 37th President Of U.S. December Apollo 8 Astronauts Become First Men To Orbit MoonEASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY TECHNICAL SCHOOL Eastern Montgomery Area Vocational-Technical School is located in Willow Grove, and offers nineteen different vocational-technical courses to Abington High School students. Students selecting the Technical School as an elective attend for half a day and take required academic courses at Abington the other half of the day. Programs are primarily two years in length for 11th and 12th grade students. Approximately 174 of Abington's students attend the Technical School. The Technical School is considered a department of Abington High School. As such, students register for Technial School courses through their 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 help 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-year colleges if appropriate course work is taken at the home school.IN HONOR OF HALLEY'SCOMET ABINGTON PRESENTS:ODE TO THE "T" There stood Barbie against the wall waiting for Ken in that dreaded hail. It was the "T" that stood for trouble the meeting place for just about every couple in the middle of school to go there you'd be a fool but everyone does. Right on time from all places come the crowds filling up all the empty spaces. Getting pushed here and then there. Barbie thought, "They're ruining my hair!" It was rush hour where millions went and later remain only a few. This was the time when secrets got out for all to hear and pass on, no doubt. Barbie looked 'round she saw all the couples having their fun out of the sun. Friends would stop and gossip with each other Barbie thought; "If traffic doesn't move; we'll all be smothered!" Finally, there he was. It was about time, she reached for Ken but the bell rang then. The kids dispersed, many cursed. Barbie would return during next period's free, but for now, her "T" was empty.CHINESE JUMP ROPE OUIJA BOARDS CANDYLAND HOPSCOTCH PACMAN HACKEY SAC FAST FOOD BARBIE Gl JOE VCR DRIVER'S ED CABBAGE PATCH DOLLS CLUE MONOPOLY LITEBRITE SPIRALGRAPH TRIVIAL PURSUIT SIMON WATERGUNS MOODRINGS LEGOS GUMBY POKEY ETCH-A-SKETCH COLORFORMS ROMPER ROOM PLAYDOUGH SLIME INCHWORM SILLY PUDDY STAY ALIVE MASTERMIND CHINESE CHECKERS PING PONG BOWLING THE MALL JENKINTOWN HILLARY'S LITTLE LEAGUE BROWNIES CUB SCOUTS COMMONS A B “WHERE'S THE BEEF?" DRESSY BESSY DAPPER DAN RAGGEDY ANN ANDY POPROCKS 8t SPACEDUST CAP'N CRUNCH BLOW POPS M M SALES MR. POTATOE HEAD SASSONS DOCKSIDES CASEY CASUM CALVIN KLEIN UNDERWEAR CONCERT SHIRTS ABINGTON JACKETS CONVERSE HIGH TOPS UP YOUR NOSE W A RUBBER HOSE CHARLIE'S ANGELS HAPPYS DAYS LA VERNE SHIRLEY COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER THE BRADY BUNCH From Mr. Rogers to Dr. THE COSBY SHOW FAT ALBERT CAPTAIN TENNILE THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY THE JACKSON FIVE TONY ORLANDO DAWN SONNY CHER TASTYCAKES BUBBLE YUM JUDY BLUME BOOKS (FOREVER) TRUTH OR DARE SPIN THE BOTTLE SEVEN MINUTES IN HEAVEN SLURPEES THE PREPPY HANDBOOK YUPPIES RUBBER BRACELETS PAPER FOOTBALL FISHHOOK BRACELETS CHAIN LETTERS SLAMBOOKS WIFI 92 DIET SODA TA-TA-TEE-TEE-TA! SIXTEEN CANDLES JAWS FAME THE GREAT PUMPKIN ROCKY WALT DISNEY MOVIES PIPPI LONGSTOCKING STAR WARS E.T. THE ICE CAPADES GREAT ADVENTURE HERSHEY PARK ALVERTHORP PARK FIELD TRIPS TO FRANKLIN INSTITUTE TWISTER GO FISH OLD MAID ROSTERS THE JUNE FETE VALLEY FAIR THE BOOK FAIR POP-UP BOOKS MAD LIBS GOBOTS SUPER ELASTIC BUBBLE PLASTIC SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER DISCO DUCK ZIGGY TEX JOHN BELUSHI JANE FONDA RING DINGS HERSHEY BARS YODELS TIC TACS PEZ GUM BALL MACHINES HERSHEY'S KISSES CANDYGRAMS BIG WHEELS CRACKERJACK JELLY BELLIES RICHARD SIMMONS LUKE LAURA CHARLES AND DIANA CEREAL BOX PRIZES BRUCE JENNER MARK SPITZ NADIA COMANECHE SOUTH STREET MOTHER GOOSE TERM PAPER ALL-NIGHTERS PETER PAN "SIT ON IT!" FONZIE YOUR MOMMA DAVID LETTERMAN SHOW JOHNNY CARSON DINAH SHORE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW TIC TAC DOUGH HOLLYWOOD SQUARES HOLLYWOOD WIVES DALLAS DYNASTY WARGAMES THE OUTSIDERS RISKY BUSINESS RUMBLE FISH STRIPES PHIL COLLINS ARTHUR ERNIE AND BURT PEE WEE HERMAN REVENGE OF THE NERDS DYNAMITE MAGAZINE GREENACRES SNUFFLUFAGUS THREE'S COMPANY REALLY ROSIE MASH HART TO HART APPLE'S WAY NORMA RAE BIONIC WOMAN AUTOGRAGH BOOKS WALLET-SIZE PICTURES LEARNERS' PERMITS CHUTES LADDERS JUNGLE GYMS EAST ABINGTON LITTLE LEAGUE ULTIMATE FRISBEE LARRY FERARI IRIDESCENT NAIL POLISH PLAYING HANGMAN SAYING THE PLEDGE FOR 13 YEARS 258Ruth in 18 years BO DEREK POWER 99, WYSP. WMMR. WCAU C A T TESTS SAT's PSAT's BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH THE GOOD HUMOR MAN GUMMY BEARS SWATCH PAISLEY'S REVIVAL REEBOKS PETE ROSE MADONNA SEAN PENN BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN LIONEL RITCHIE STING BARRY MANILOW THE “REFRIGERATOR" PERRY CARL LEWIS ANIMAL HOUSE WINNIE THE POOH THE YEAR W O A SANTA CLAUS FROSTY THE SNOWMAN BEVERLY HILLS COP THE MUPPET SHOW DENNIS THE MENACE CADDYSHACK SCOOBY DOO THE HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS ALVIN THE CHIPMUNKS STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE, THE DOLL HERBIE. THE CAR FRIDAY. THE 13TH THE SHAGGY D.A. MAD MAX COLORING BOOKS DOT-TO-DOT GRADES OF A, M. OR S THE OLYMPICS ANNIE A CHORUS LINE BRACES ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW VALLEY GIRLS MINIATURE GOLF CLOGS RODNEY DANGERFIELD THE MR. BILL SHOW RUBIK'S CUBE MIAMI VICE MESSY MARVIN “WHERE ARE YOU. HERB?" ORVILLE REDENBACHER FRANK PURDUE JIFFY POP HARD ROCK CAFE GRAFFITIED DENIM JACKETS THE GOGOS ARTW GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE MY THREE SONS MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW THE LUCY SHOW FAMILY AFFAIR THE FLYING NUN SESAME STREET THE HARDY BOYS AND NANCY DREW STAR TREK WHAT'S HAPPENING CHANNEL 48 LOVE. AMERICAN STYLE PUFFY STICERS THE ELECTRIC COMPANY SPEED RACER THE MUNSTERS THE ADDAM'S FAMILY THE FLINTSTONES TOM JERRY JETSONS CURIOUS GEORGE BABAR DR. SEUSS LEIF GARRETT ERIK ESTRADA TIGER BEAT MATT DILLON SHAUN CASSIDY ROB LOWE SLUMBER PARTIES EDDIE MURPHY BROOKE SHIELDS CHERYL TIEGS CHRISTIE BRINKLEY FARRAH FAWCETT ROOTS—THE FIRST MINISERIES COMBS IN BACK POCKETS GILLIGAN'S ISLAND “THESE ARE THE BEST OF TIMES" “STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN" “LAST DANCE" FREAKY FRIDAY THE BAD NEWS BEARS CHiPS TAXI BABY RUTH THREE MUSKETEERS DORITOS RICE KRISPIES MARSHMALLOW THE HUSTLE THE BUMP SPEAK SPELL $25,000 PYRAMID TIE-DYE SHRINKY DINKS DONNY MARIE THE PRICE IS RIGHT GET SMART BARNEY MILLER DOROTHY HAMILL HAIRCUTS THRILLER TONGUE TWISTERS LIVE AID RHINE STONES GUESS JEANS BREAK-DANCING BOBBY CLARK DR. J THE MONKEES GHOSTBUSTERS THE DATING GAME THE NEWLYWED GAME CHARLOTTE'S WEB AMELIA BE DELIA THE BEE GEES BLONDIE ROD STEWART THE LOVEBOAT SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE (4x) BATMAN ROBIN SHAZAAM! AFTER SCHOOL SPECIALS THE BERENSTEIN BEARS ISIS KUKLA. FRAN. OLLIE CAPTAIN NOAH CAPTAIN KANGAROO MR. GREENJEANS SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN PETTICOAT JUNCTION WKRP IN CINCINNATI puccnc GENERAL HOSPITAL SMURFS BEVERLY HILLBILLIES GOMER PYLE ALL IN THE FAMILY EIGHT IS ENOUGH SANFORD SON CHICO THE MAN THE INCREDIBLE HULK SOAP ZOOM! NEW ZOO REVUE THE BOB NEWHART SHOW BEWITCHED GETTING THE CHICKEN POX THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD FREE TO BE YOU ME CADBURY EGGS HIGHLIGHTS TRULY TASTELESS JOKES LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE THE WALTONS I DREAM OF JEANIE SEVENTEEN WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS BATTLESTAR GALACTICA MTV THE GIVING TREE MOHAMMED ALI MR. HEAT MISER GREASE 259SUBSTITUTE BLUES The bell rings. Where am I? Room 217 to 219 ... left. 217,219, ah, 221.1 open the door. It lets out a loud squeak. All eyes are focused on me. Someone snickers. A paper airplane whizzes past my head. "G . . . Good morning, class." No answer. I walk over to the desk and plop my books down. They spill on the floor and I scurry to pick them up. "God . . . what a dunce!" "ALL subs are." "You need help. Miss Substitute?" "No, thank you. Thanks for asking. Please, class, simmer down while I take attendence. Has anyone seen Chris McCall?" "He's absent." "I saw him today." "He's cutting class because he knows we have a sub." "How do you know?" "He told me sol" "Silence, class. Let's see what Mr. Gerhart left for you. Class, open your Warriner's to page 36. Your assignment is to complete exercise A." "I forget my book." "What page did she say?" "Silence, class. Young man in the third row. get your head up." I sit at the desk and begin reviewing the questions. A spitball hits and lands in my hair. I glance up—the first and fourth rows are engaged in a massive spitball fight. I jump up. "Well, class, since we all seem to have completed the assignment, let's review it on the board." 5 Ways to Graduate 1) Agree with Mr. Thomas that it's a glorious day. 2) Tell Mr. Kelly that you're wild about his Annie coffee mug. 3) Put your name in the upper-right hand corner of Miss Gallagher's tests. 4) Commend the cafeteria aides on their wonderful efforts in keeping lunchtime fights under control. 5) Agree to wash all the desks after school. 5 Ways to NOT Graduate 1) Do burn-outs in the parking lot. 2) Borrow the maintenance carts to get to and from class. 3) Think that study halls mean you study in the halls. 4) Begin a spitball fight in Large Group (Note: Miss McHugh's AP classes, due to lack of large group, entitled to commence such fights during the teaching of Wiegand, and of Wei-gand only). 5) Try to establish a tennis club in the courtyard. Who should I assign number one to? Maybe her.. . no, she looks too nice . . . him? no, he looks too smart. Ah, the girl with the violet mohawk. I look at her name on the chart—Sarah. "Sarah, would you do number one for us?" No response. "Sarah, to the board . . . Sarah . . . SARAH!" "She's listening to her Walkman." i walk over to her and yank it off her head. "Hey, whaddaya think you're doin'?" "I asked you do do number one." "What number one?" Great... she's as dumb as she looks. So, I assigned all the problems to the two rows that engaged in the spitball fight. I plot back in my chair; I have a migraine. Then, I hear this loud bang. I look up and everyone is giggling and scooping their books off the floor. A book drop—how sophisticated, how sophomoric! I didn't expect this from seniors. What next? Another spitball hits me. I soon find myself in the middle of World War III. "What tine does this period end?" "Five minutes." Five long minutes ... I can't wait. 11:20. No bell sounds but they all get up and depart. I take a long, deep breath and wait for my next class. Ten . . . fifteen minutes go by . . . still, no class. I now realize that I've been outsmarted. I let the previous class leave twenty minutes early. Finally, a bell sounds. Students come trickling in, only this time, they look meaner. 260Abington offers new electives Abington Offers New ElecfivesHWIII! Lunch Warfare No prerequisite. Learn how to be an aggressive food fighter. . This course offers extensive, new techniques of maneuvering the basic tools of the lunchroom: plastic spoons, straws, and of course, food. Provides students with a sense of confidence which enables them to encounter the next battle with success. The program is divided into three simple lessons per semester for the students' convenience. Lesson 1: How to blow poisoned peas through a plastic straw (extra points for a bullseye in ohter students' mouths). Lesson 2: How to catapult lime Jello from a plastic spoon (extra points if whipped cream stays on top while scoring on long-haired students). Lesson 3: How to squeeze-pop a push-up ice cream for distance and accuracy. Lesson 4: How to spray beef-noodle soup at someone from 50 feet away. Lesson 5: How to spear someone with a banana. Lesson 6: How to cheek-pop mashed potatoes a la John Belushi. Extra points for Bravery: How to eat stewed liver with lima beans. Lunch Warfare II Prerequisite: Lunch Warefare I Further develops the students' skills of mastering food battles. Focuses on the concept of defensive play. Lessons include: Lesson 1: How to construct a proper barricade using milk cartons and cafeteria trays. Lesson 2: How to establish a campsite under a trash bag canopy while squatting. Lesson 3: How to wear proper attire-rubber boots, raincoats, umbrella hats, and shower caps to keep clothing and hair pudding-free. Lesson 4. How to effectively hold the lunch ladies' hair nets hostage until they provide you with an armored maintenance cart. Instant lllnesss Prerequisite: Acting I. Did you ever have a test that you weren't really ready for? Did you ever feel like sitting in front of the tube muncning on cheese balls rather than listening to a dull lecture? This course provides several ways to escape stressful situations............ If you don't feel like swimming, why not scrub your skin so hard that it looks like a contagious rash? Just as the teacher is passing out the test papers, you could casually pass out. After you've convinced the teacher that you are ill, you might as well convince the nurse also- develop a fever by holding the thermometer up to a light when the nurse's back is turned. If that doesn't work and the teacher feels that you are well enough to return to class, get sick. She's got to believe you then because you have proof. Heavy Metal Shop Prerequisite: Long Hair Master the world of Heavy Metal. This elective touches upon every field of study in the Heavy Metal World- Lesson 1: How to apply metallic eyelashes. Lesson 2: How to give your clothes that worn-down look by leaving them on three month. Lesson 3: How to play the electric guitar with long fingernails. Lesson 4: How to compose lyrics that no one can understand. Lesson 5: How to deafen people by screaming at just the right pitch. Lesson 6: How to silk screen your own concert shirt. Extra-Credit for Bravery: How to bite off a bat's head or throw your very expensive drum set into the audience. Highlights of the program include a lecture by special guest Twisted Sister and a chance to perform live on M-T.V. while everyone else sulks in school. Dressing for Success No prerequisite A new addition to the home economics wing is Dressing for Success. Choose the clothing group which you most prefer, and this course will provide you with the necessary tips for obtaining that "special look." Jocks: The jocks' attire is composed of sweatshirts, rugby shirts, high-topped leather sneakers, white tube socks.corduroys, and T-shirts that read PROPERTY OF THE PHILADELPHIA FLYERS. Preps: Preppy people can be recognized by the colors which they exhibit. They go for navy blue, bold red, bright green, and khaki. Their wardrobe is composed of corduroys, oxford shirts, turtlenecks, Izod shirts and sweaters, and docksiders, A true preppy person wears a different color of argyle socks everyday. Punkers: Punkers are easy to spot. If their blue tails or mohawks don't grab you at first, glance at the way they dress. You'll probabaly see tight pants garnished with safety pins, long, olive-colored overcoats, or a spiked leather jacket. The punker wardrobe is very versatile. Snob-Appeal Designer Group: The S.A.D. group is perhaps the most abundant group at Abington. Although they wear Swatches, paisley prints, pins and hair clips, they are best know for Guess jeans, Reebok sneakers, Gucci handbags, and sweatshirts from Bloomingdale's University. Counterculture Group: If you have a tight budget, this group would be most appealing. A pair of ripped jeans and a T-shirt are quite acceptable although most Counterculture groupees go for the army jackets and T-shirts with wise sayings. Depending upon which fashion you select this course sponsors field trips to the Gold Medal Sporting Outlet, the Izod Factory, (where little alligators) are sewn on), Zipperhead on South Street, Bloomingdales and the Wildwood boardwalk. Classical Kazoo Prerequisites: Must have own kazoo. You may begin this course with "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," but you'll soon be humming selections from Bach and Beethoven. This course proves to be very beneficial to those who strive for musical careers in the Philadelphia Kazoo Quartet. Field trips for our Abington Classical Kazooers include a special appearance at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Ka-zoo-off competition in Tokyo, Japan during final exam week. 261 WAITING INUNDERCLASS w ’«TvJUNIORS Robert Abowitz Jennifer Abrams Edward Abramson Melinda Acker David Adelsberger Nichole Altman Rhonda Allen James Amato Thomas Andrews Steven Armor Michelle Armstrong Lome Aschendorf Amy Ayal Mary Baker Robert Baker Amie Balandovich Morton Ballen Sharon Banford Michael Barnett Melissa Barton Meredith Bass Joanna Baum Sue Baum Eric Bergman Dani-Ella Betz Sean Birch Anglea Blake Gabrielle Boris Angelica Boyle Lawrence Bozzomo Christopher Bradshaw Nancy Braim Rachel Braman Paul Brandeis John Brandenburger Drew Braverman Megan Bray David Brill Jonathan Brodsky Bradley Broker Michael Bruton Victoria Buccafuri Baerbel Bucholz Nicholas Bucksar Nicole Byerley Alexander Calzi James Canale Helen Casher Jeanette Castor Michelle Catladi Maia Cherner Kelly Chick Kristin Chick David Childs Carla Ciarrocchi Roberto Ciliberto Beth Cohen David Cohen Louis Cohen Ronald Coleman Laurie Compter Philip Compton Sean Condron Holly Cooper 264JUNIORS Adam Cooperstein Steven Corrado Kim Couldron Alice Coyle Beth Crawford John Crawford Charles Creely Thomas Cuce Kristine Cybulka Regis D'Angiolin Alexander Dakoglou Anne Dambrackus Michael Defrancesco Caryn Degurski Kathryn Delaney Diane Dell Deanna Dever Charlotte Devers Sharon Devor Tracy Diamond Elizabeth Dickerson James DiPalantino Jean DiPasquale Isaac Donato James Donnelly Michael Downs Patrick Doyle Ruth Doyle Todd Dratch Jill Drescher Richard Duncan Stacey Ebert Mary Beth Egan Melissa Endy Beth Eskin Andrea Ewer Zoltan Fabian Michael Farley Todd Feldman Jerome Ferguson Sheldon Ferguson William Ferguson Ellen Fiederer Renato Filaferro Steven Fink Tracey Fitzgerald Edward Fizgerald Mark Flynn Donald Forrester Robert Fountin Kelly Foxall Dawn Freas Jennifer Freer Jennifer Friedman Mark Friedman Wendy Friedman Tawana Frink Favie Froehlich Jeffrey Fuchs Sean Gahagan Michael Gallagher Stacey Gallant Dina Garrett James Gaskins Colleen Gavin Mary Anne Geiger Michael Gemzik Deana Genovese Leslie George James Gerber Williams Gerlach Jennifer Gilbert Karen Glass Sara Gold Hilary Goldhammer Carol Golingan Aimee Goodwin Robert Gordon Jill Graham Howard Grant 265JUNIORS Toni Cram Rodney Grasty Jonathan Greenfield Donyale Greenwell Rochelle Greenwell Michelle Griffin Susan Gross Julie Gudknecht Diane Guinther Lisa Gunter Michael Gunton John Haiges Tracey Hairston Catherine Hamilton Sharon Harel Tony Harrell Nancy Harris Ann Hartey Cinnamon Hartman Patricia Hartman Karen Harwanka Dawn Heigh Mark Heineman Daniel Helm Alexander Henderson David Henry Vincent Hester Jacqueline Hirsh Rachel Hogg Lisa Holland Ellen Hollin Jennifer Horrocks Samantha House Maryann Howald Erik Huebner Leah Huttner Charles Hvizda Patricia Illingworth Kristine Immordino Webster Jackson Stacy Jacobson Eric Jahn Christopher James David Jamieson Deborah Jardine Sheri-Lynn Jewell Joseph Joerger Dean Johnson Phillippa Johnson Robert Johnston Kellie-Ann Jolly Jacqueline Jordan Arpad Juhasz Jennifer Kaiser Michael Katz Candace Keller Julie Kelley Kimberly Kerner Son Mee Kim Michael King Jeffrey Kir win David Klein Gary Koch Karl Kohles Kara Kortright Marjorie Krasick Heather Kriston Yale Krugman James Krull Robert Langan Stephen Lanzillotti Brooke Laumer Hein Le Troy Leatherbury Dore Lebeau Benson Lee Matthew Lemaitre Kelly Leonard Phillip Leonard Christopher LerchJUNIORS Kary Lester Joanne Licchiello Darrin Liesche Michele Linsalata Julie Lishnoff Bonifacio Llanos Christine Lloyd Melissa Lofton Diane Logan Tina Luker Charles Lyon Michelle MacNichol George Maddox Deborah Magison Constance Maher Kimberly Maier Marianne Malarkey Jonathan Malis Sharon Mallozzi Melissa Maltman Ellen Manhoff Joseph Marshall David Marx Cynthia Massaro Rhonda McCarthy William McClinton Christine McColgan Jason McGee Nancy McGettigan Scott McMaster Joann McNamara Paul McNamara Kellie Ann McStay Michael Medycki Jeffrey Merovitz David Meyer Mark Meyer Joanne Miller Ronnen Miller Martin Milligan Jennifer Milsop Joseph Mina Allen Mitchell Stuart Mogell Thomas Morris Myla Morrison Monique Mosee Susan Moskowitz Patricia Moyer Kristine Mueller Patricia Mulkewycz Lisa Mundy Lisa Murphy Joshua Nair John Naylor David Neff Brigit Neu Heather Newberg Lucretia Newman Linh Nguyen Thang Due Nguyen William Nitsche Richard Nodine William NolanJUNIORS Christopher Nosal Thomas O'Donnell Kristen O'Halloran Stephen Olson Craig Oser David Pakman John Park Sun Young Park Kimberly Peiffer Kimberly Peirce Kimberly Pennekamp Jeffrey Pepper Luke Pepper Martha Perfecky Anthony Perri Adam Perry Sheila Petersen Thomas Pfau Jillian Pickersgill Brett Pinto Lara Piunti Lauren Podell Kathy Pohl Christine Rawlick Aaron Reid Amy Reiver Karrlah Revell Jeffrey Reynar Laura Reynolds Shawn Rhodes Anita Rice Thomas Rigney Ethan Riley Samuel Rines Joseph Robb Amy Roberts Christopher Roberts Marc Rogers Matthew Rosenberg Cary Rosenfeld Kenneth Rosenfeld Marc Rosenholz David Rosenthal Joel Rosner Vincella Ross John Ryan Tracy Sampson Edward Sandy Theresa Santangela Joseph Sauder Arlene Saunders Suprena Saunders Gerald Saylor Jill Saylor Donna Scaffid Jennifer Scarpello Gayle Scheuren Mark Schlank Louisa Schmid Sandra Schneegas Ann Marie Schreiner Meredith Schuyler Daniel Schwartz Lynda Schwartz 268JUNIORS David Sciortino William Scott Andrea Sewell Sean Sexton David Sezov Sanders Shaffer Jennifer Shaffert Heidi Shea Edward Sherwood Jay Shienbaum Megan Shuman John Shuttleworth Joseph Silberstein Michele Silikovitz Deborah Simon Sidney Sims Steven Sims Andrew Smigel Ellen Smiley Michael Smith Sonya Smith Lori Smyth Wendy Snyder Charles Sobeleski Hyacinth Sommer David Sopinsky Andrea Spiegel Elizabeth Stallsmith Valerie Starr Christopher Steckline Eugene Steele Laura Steinmeyer Dawn Stinson Jessica Story Amy Strahle Jennifer Strulson Terrance Sullivan Cortney Taliaferro Charles Thomas James Thomas Phillip Thomas Chris Thompson Sandra Tomlinson Janet Tompkins Joan Tompkins Keith Traynor Laura Tribolet Rebecca Tucker Kimberly Tunstall Jeffrey Valentine Veronica Veney Rosemary Vesci Adam Vetri Matthew Wachinski Wendy Waldman Olie Walker Thomas Wallace Kelly Walsh Andrea Walton Elizabeth Wargo Jennifer Wargo Allen Watson Jillian Wattley Larry Waugh Amy Wavro Elizabeth Weaver Matthew Weidner Kristine Weigand Margaret Weinberger David Weiner Stephen Werthner Michael West Helen White Kimberly White Tyron Whiteside Rodd Whitney Diane Wilcox Michael Wilkins Cheryl Williams John Williams 269JUNIORS Kevin Williams Kimberly Williams Lisa Williams Michael Williams Todd Williams Pernell Wilson Roddy Wittenberg Mark Wolfgang Lynda Woo James Wordinger Marla Wormley Denise Wright Michelle Yannes Valerie Yoder Christine Yokl Jamie York Kimberlee Yottey Michael Young Raymond Young Peter Zacharias Dorene Zager Nelson Zambrana Margaret Ziegler Jolie Zinberg JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Mark Baldwin Bobby Benbry Anthony Blow Todd Borden Gino Carosella Janine Connell Russell Cummings Kimberly Dawson Meredith Day Joseph DeMarco Rhonda Dennis Thomas Dinkins Kimberly Donato Ralph Dumaran Domenic Facciolo Judy Fay Janine Fisher Brian Flynn Sheila Hirsch Paul Hostman Maureen Houston Vanessa Jamison Audra Johnson Kristina Jurczenko Nelum Kannangara Eric Koch Abigail Levy Stacey Lindley Kristie Maier Sherry Major Wayne Martin Christopher Marx Donna Maupay Thomas McCormick Joseph McNamara Robert Medycki John Mento Stacey Miller Mark Mills Jared Minor Tammy Morris Jennifer Neri Kenneth Norman Michael Pesenson Long Dinh Phan William Prutzman Jacqueline Pulley Alan Rexrode Nathaniel Savage William Scanga Christopher Schwartz Jeffrey Sheeran Jeremy Strauss Gregg Streibig Jordan Trachtenberg Hanh Van Tran Joel Trotter Stacey Umbenhauer Cathy Waldman Noah Waldman Sharon Walter Andrea Walton Steven Ward Andre Washington Nathaniel Washington Kane Wharton 270SOPHOMORES Jack Abel Scott Abel Lisa Abramowitz Michael Abrams Carolyn Adams Peggy Adams Theodore Akers David Allen Jamie Altman William Amato Craig Andrews Arthur Apolinario Jennifer Arbittier Noemi Armstrong Mahmut Aydin Lauren Bacal Robert Baccari Eleanor Baker Jennifer Baker Keith Bardol Susan Barlow Seth Baron Kevin Beard Kathryn Beck Meredith Bell Laurie Bellet Jonathan Berg Andrew Berger Sheri Betschner Edward Bick Cary Bisaquino Lori Blackman Lloyd Blake Jill Blank Christopher Boetticher Lisa Boiselle Brett Bonfield Jennifer Bonner Jordon Bowser Gregory Bracken Tamara Brennan Adam Brenner Joseph Bruisha Elissa Buccafuri Lauren Bur Steven Burkart Matthew Burns Kimberly Camp Karen Campbell Timothy Canino Adam Carangi Timothy Carlin Yousef Carnegie Andrew Carrell Coreen Case Rossana Caso Thomas Cassidy Kristen Cepregi Robert Chilton Samuel Clark Karen Cleghorn Richard Cluelow Mark Coccimiglio Michelle Cogan 272SOPHOMORES Liu Cohen Stephanie Colantonio Tracy Coles Robert Collier Vicki Compter Paul Conroy Timothy Cooper Karin Cornell Bruno Cotroneo Michael Cottom John Crimmins Jerome Culmer Jonathan Daniels Peter Davies Barbara Davis Vernice Dennis Kathryn Dettinger John Devitt Regina Diana Lemuel Dicks Conna Dieckman Anthony DiMaria Edward DiPalantino Susan Dobrowolski Jason Dominic John Dougherty Maria Dougherty Kevin Downes Alison Doyle John Dubeck Michael Dubrow Neal Durham Russell Durham Gregory Durphy Deborah Duskey Lynn Eckert Darryl Edwards Walter Eggert Steven Eisenberg Mark Elliot Brian Equi Stephen Ewing Winifred Fad Kimberly Faino Constance Falcone Ronny Fanelli Eric Farish George Farrell James Fay John Feinour Victor Felkers Rebecca Ferguson Theodore Ferguson Michael Ferraro Jennifger Fisch Elizabeth Fischer James Fisher Matthew Ford Maryanne Foster Oriel Francis David Freas Kristen Freisheim Richard French Elliot Frieder Jonathan Frieder Scott Friedman Shannon Cries Wendy Gallagher Kathleen Gannon David Garbrick Anita Gebb David Getty Caren Gever Frank Giampa John Gillespie Margo Glantz Daniel Glatts Steven Glatts Debbie Glemser THomas Glinecke 273SOPHOMORES Kristy Goldberg Audrey Goldhaber Lauren Goldsmith Steven Goldstein Melissa Goodman Shira Goodman Robert Gordon Anthony Graham Melissa Graham Douglas Grande Curtis Grasty Joshua Green Tanya Green Veronica Green John Greene Robert Greenebaum Susan Greenfield Bernard Griggs Richard Groo Jeffrey Hack Marcus Hackett Marla Hahn Sae Joon Hahn Therese Halle Regina Hannon Thomas Harkins Stuart Harmon Derek Harrar D'Arcy Hazard Christine Hefner George Heinrich Lori Heinz Dawn Helveston Elizabeth Helwig Kenya Henderson Tina Henderson Mark Henry David Hewitt Aurelia Hill Elaine Hilles Kylian Hindsman Benjamin Hinerfeld Karen Hirsch Carolyn Hirsh Leslie Hogan Mary Hollinsworth Christopher Holloway Tamika Holt Christopher Horner Stephanie Humphreys Rachaneeporn Hungsavaisya Lori Hutchinson Michelle Hyams Christina Ifill Judy Im Carin Innes Steven Isserman Andrew Jacobs Lorine James Alysia Jaworski Christina Jeanquart Michael Jessop Dawn Johnson Megan Johnson Steven Johnson Brian Johnston Anissa Jones Brian Jones Charles Jones Lawrence Jones Margo Jones Lisa Kain Deborah Kaplan Tovah Kasdin Amy Kaufman Jennifer Kaufman Ann Keeley Sean Kehoe Diane Kelley Sean KenworthSOPHOMORES James Keiserman Hyun Chin Kim Neil Kimes Leslie King Jean Kintisch Kari Koff Thomas Kolonis Jennifer Kolonsky James Kramer Paul Krause Christopher Kriebel Jessica Kromyk Kari Krupnick Steven Kucera inielle Ladson cent Lanciano Lisa Landers Brian Landis Amy Lang Daniel Langan Liliana Lapa Lynne Larson Jason Laub Jeffrey Lauts William Lavelle Stephen Leach Michelle Lebeau Paul Ledebur Charles Lee Felice Lepar Janine Lepore Michael Lepore Matthew Leube Jennifer Levy Cathy Lewis Misha Lewis Hannah Lim Levonne Lindsay Peter Lineman Jaime Lipton Rebecca Littman Dorothy Lui Amy Livezey David Lombard Chad London Timothy Lonesky Tammy Longstreth Donald Lott Steven Lowry Erich Lukas Erik Maasik Carolyn Malloy Christopher Malloy Tina Manzo Shari Markowich Kelly Martin Charles Maslin Warren Mason Michael McCall Patricia McCormick Michael McCown Aaron McDowell Donald McEwen Patrick McFaddenSOPHOMORES Marnie McGrath Brian McHale Patrick McLaughin Joseph McMahon David McManus Christine McNamara Alison Meckling Richard Meinke Vanessa Mendoza Wilfred Mickie Heather Miller Jennifer Miller Kevin Mills Jennifer Mina Marilyn Minda James Money Scott Monheit Scott Montgomery Lisa Moody Wilbert Moody Sung Joo Moon Angelique Moore Troy Morgan Holly Morris Jennifer Morris Nicole Morrison Brett Moser Leonard Mundy Emilie Neff George Newman Michelle Newman Anh Huy Nguyen Julie Nicol Michael Nosal Connie Notara Judith O'Connor Raymond Oesterle Eric Okabayashi Jodie Okamoto Alex Olimpo John Orzechowski Keith Oser Michael Overholt Kristine Ozols Kimberly Parker David Parsha Stefani Pashman Jon Pavic William Pearce Kelly Peoples Charles Peters Richard Pickersgill Jeremy Pinsly Stuarte Plante David Plon Matthew PLum Daniel Podwil Nicole Prescott Donald Price Pasquaie Propato Rachel Pugliese Jennifer Ramil Catherine Reed Tracie Reed 276LT Leehe Reifen Gerard Reme Diane Reynolds Keith Reynolds Michael Rice Kimberly Richardson Jill Ripley Gregory Richardson Dennis Riveron Jennifer Rivkin David Roatch Marshall Roberts Lisa Rodin Allison Roesser Curtis Rollins Kristi Roma Steven Romano Jennifer Romero Peggy Rosenberg Hope Rosenthal Mark Rottenbeg Karin Rowe Dana Rowen Caroline Rudoy Dawn Sampson Pamela Saunders Jeffrey Saurman David Sax Chantelle Schaeffer Heather Schick Laura Schiffman Joanna Schiller Kirk Schiller Marne Schlank Robert Schlank Scott Schlisman Brian Schlorff David Scott Howard Scott Jorgianne Seaforth Helaine Segal Genevieve Senger Robert Sers Keith Shacklady Jonathan Shapiro Kurt Shenk Arlen Shenkman Jennifer Shepherd Linda Shields Jill Shorr Francine Siegel Michael Silberman Nicole Simmons Eric Simon Craig Sinnamon Amy Skolnick Kim Smigel Catrina Smith Ian Smith Robert Smith Adrienne Smolda Stephen Smolda Edie Soboleski Fiorina Sokarda Samuel Sokolove Michael Somers Rita Spatola Jospeh Staniszewski Clifford Stansbury Thomas Steigelmann Eugene Steinberg Nichole Stella Michael Stern Todd Stidham Heidi Stieffenhofer Robert Stoerrle Thomas Stoudt Katherine Strittmatter SOPHOMORES Jessamyn Reich Nicole Reid SOPHOMORES Katherine Sturla Marjorie Swift Laurel Sykes Nicole Tancor Stephen Taylor Shelbee Teller Stacey Thayne Gerald Thomas Blair Thompson Sean Thompson Brian Timbers Regina Tolliver Jocelyn Tomeo Douglass Topkis Kathryn Traub Michael Tressider Eugene Tsinajinnie Keith Tucker Brian Tynan Michael Valera Britton Van Horn Christopher Vanburen Lloyd Vance Elizabeth Vant Levoddes Veney Michael Verdon Vincent Vesci Pamela Voelker Paul Volrath Gregor Vukasovic Daniel Wachinski Scott Wachtler Bruce Waetjen Jamison Wagner Erik Wahus Brian Warfield Michael Wariner Tracie Watlington Irene Waugh Tom Weiler Julie Weiss Jonny Werner Cynthia Whalen Rodney Wheeler James Whitney Reece Whitney Andrea Williams Bartricia Williams Bonnie Williams Kathleen Williams Lee Williams Michelle Williams Barbara Wilson Kimberly Wolf Jennifer Wopperer Ann Wordinger Jason Wustner Son-Hwa Yi Jennifer Young Wendy Zeitz Stacey Zelinger Charles Zoller Christine Zollo 1 278 SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED John Adams Kimberly Agster Robert Alman Manfred Barcza Ellyn Bender Timothy Brooker Guy Carey Jill Carter James Casey Gary Colkett Jason Candeelis Caludio D'Alessio Delores Dettinger Trina Duncan Phyllis Ellis Cori Ettleson David Farrell Stacy Feldman James Gabbamonte Michael Gargan James Gaydos Christine Gramlich Dana Gregg Michelle Hill David Hoerr Rockwell Hoffman Mary Hogan Matthew Howald Rebecca Jaslow Gary Jones Yvette Jones Kelly Kline Susan Lange Ramil Laudico Melissa Lawler Martin Lucas Susan Magenta Bonnie Mandel Gregory Markham Kelly May Brian McCauley David McGee Julie Mickelberg Crystal Minnick Heather Minto Michael Mitchell Peter Moseback Sean Nidecker Christopher Parker Edwin Peiffer Leigh Petruzzelli Jamie Pouliot Donald Praeger Tomasina Price Dana REiver Karen Richardson Brian Rose Kevin Saul Angela Salters Eric Saunders Richard Saunders Elizabeth Silvestri Sonya Smith Joseph Summers Vince Swoope Kevin Walsh Norma Weinle Jason Wengle Mark Woodruff Jacine Wright Angela Wurster Ran ZoharMeditation 101 'Aw . . . C'mon Ref, Charging. 'That's what happens when you don't sleep.' "Our research paper is due tomorrow?" "It's about time we got some respect.THE LOST CLASS The junior year is probably the most interesting because so few care about it. It's practically a no-win situation. You would like to now think that you're a leader of the school because you've been around and are superior to the incoming sophomores. Of course, you're not, though, because juniors are horribly inferior to seniors. It should take no more than one marking period until you become sickeningly depressed by hearing a mix of senior college plans and sophomore sob stories of teachers and homework. In actuality, while it is reasoned that 11th grade marks are the most essential in patterning your future, teachers are more concerned with senior classes and college recommendations. Others are interested in the performance of sophomores in their first year in the high school. Juniors? They're just another class to teach; you could call us a "lost people." But it is this year that much of your education comes to a climax: PSAT's, achievement tests, and SAT's. When you include midterms, finals, and a healthy load of tests in between, it becomes quite a hectic year. Add in a few extra-curricular activities, and suddenly social time is at a minimum. Plus, of course, the college application rush begins. The courses actually call for much more time and energy than we ever put into any class before. We juniors are quite easy to recognize because of this. We're the ones trailing Physics tickertapes and memorizing the Constitution. We are all armed with at least one Barron's book on taking the SAT, uncountable amounts of No.2 pencils, and logarithm tables. We all look tired, since, due to large quantities of homework, we got three hours of sleep the night before. We're also kept quite busy shining apples so that we may become captain, president, or editor next year. With a fairly sound mind, patience, and composure, 11th grade can actually be enjoyed. There are several new friends and even some fond memories. There's a special enjoyment in being a junior, and with that comes a pride. After all, you're only a junior once. "Just One More Pizza." THE SOPHOMORE STORY Our parents pushed us out the door on a brisk September morn and wished us luck. "Our child is growing up," they said, "a sophomore." That one word meant so much. The bus came to take us to a strange, new environment. How many months had it been since we were last in school? At 7:25 a bewildered mass of young people pushed their way through the corridors of Abing-ton Senior High. We walked through never ending halls from the S-wing to the Gym. Eventually the "T" formation became familiar to us. We saw old, familiar faces and many new ones. Old friends from years past soon found us. It seemed that we had never been apart at all. Through the year we acquired knowledge. We also gained valuable friendships. Fond memories of the past year will always remain, long after the summer break. We leave this June as a class united in spirit and goals, tied together by a common bond, a common name: the sophomore. 282"I Hope My Policy Covers This. THE BIG DIFFERENCE Underclassmen work hard all year to get into a good college. Seniors work hard half a year; then they get into college. Underclassmen know their teachers and admit it. Seniors know underclassmen and don't admit it. Underclassmen try to become editors and captains. Seniors laugh at the attempts of underclassmen. Underclassmen have their egos deflated by bad SAT scores. Seniors have their egos deflated by not getting into college. Underclassmen have "hops" and dances. Seniors have class pranks and a prom. Underclassmen get colds and stay out of school for two days. Seniors get senioritis and stay out of school for two weeks. Underclassmen feel proud walking to the student parking lot. So do seniors. Underclassmen will soon be seniors. Seniors will soon be underclassmen again. UNDERCLASSMAN MANIFESTO A spectre is haunting Abington - the spectre of Academism. Seniors from all parts of the school have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this spectre. It is high time that academists should openly publish their views and meet this nursery tale of the Spectre of Academism with a Manifesto of the party itself. The history of education is the history of class struggle: underclassmen vs. seniors. Each step in the development of the senior was accompanied by a corresponsing advance in their power over their schools. The senior, when given the upper hand, has always striven to abolish work and learning in school, as well as the lower class: the underclassmen. The senior cannot exist without constantly finding new ways to miss school and subjugate the underclassmen. Hence, these class distinctions must be abolished. The aims of the Academians are simply stated; formation of the underclassmen into a formal class, overthrow of the senior supremacy, conquest of power by the underclassmen, abolishment of class structures, and reinstating of schools as centers of education in which all students are equal and work equally hard toward the goal of erudition. The distinguishing feature of Academism is not the abolition of power generally, but the abolition of senior power. We Academists have been polluted with the desire to cease learning and working once midterms are done in twelfth grade. The true worker, the underclassman, has been antagonized far too long. One must work to earn power in society, and it is common knowledge that few, if any, work. All power should be placed in the hands of the school officials who shall, in turn, assure that education shall be carried out equally amongst the students. This will eliminate the need for social classes and thus put and end to the plight of the underclassman, subjugated purely for reasons of age. Our own Thoreau states, "Age is no better... qualified for an instructor as youth." Thus one can see that the underclassmen must rise to power to rid the school of its ills. Underclassmen of all nations, unite! 283LINEG O O D L U C K to the CLASS OF 1986 from the 1985-86 STUDENT COUNCIL President: Marty Jacobson Vice-President: Stacy Schramm Treasurer: Brad Slenn Recording Secretary: Kris Nollendorfs Corresponding Secretary: Lynda Woo Administrative Assistants 12th Grade: Tami Trost 11th Grade: Joel Trotter 10th Grade: Carolyn Hirsh Administrative Secretary: Shari Walter 286 Sponsors Thomas Nyman And Samuel McNaughtTHE CLASS OF . . WISHES THE BEST OF THE CLASS OF ' TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT!" CLASS OFFICERS President ....................................... David Neff Vice-President .......................................... Sara Gold Treasurer ........................................ Amy Reiver Secretary ........................................ Dawn Heigh Advisor ........................................ Charles BakerCongratulations And Best Wishes To The Class Of 1986. From THE CLASS OF '88 Officers President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Advisor Anissa Jones Jill Ripley Cathy Strittmatter Marilyn Minda Mr. Jeffrey Marmon 289CONGRATULATIONS AND Best Wishes to the 1986 Graduates MERIN STUDIOS OF PHOTOGRAPHY Official Photographs for the 1986 ORACLE ALL PORTRAITS APPEARING IN THIS PUBLICATION HAVE BEEN PLACED ON FILE IN OUR STUDIO AND CAN BE DUPLICATED AT ANY TIME Write Or Phone For More Information NORTH PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT AND 2981 GRANT AVE. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19114S.G.S. 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DAD, ALISON, EDDIE, ANDY, MIKE, LIZ, CATHY, SPENCER, TIGGER AND PYEWACKET To Lisa Harris And The Class Of '86! Congratulations And Best Wishes To All Of You For A Happy And Successful DR. AND MRS. HARVEY HARRIS DEBRA HARRISDear Todd, I can't believe you're leaving me alone with the egg. Don't forget your old friend Bev, the WAC and 8th period. Thanks for being a special friend. Never change. Be happy. Always, Jessie, I'm really going to miss you next year when you go to Bryn Mawr on your motorcycle with your accordian strapped on your back! You're a great friend! Hooked-up always, Morty B. Deb: Thanks for always being there! Nat: How much harder can college Am. Stud, be? Tami: I hope someday in your travels you will come face to face with Herb! Andy: Billy Joel says it best! Ben: I found a miracle in you. Sue: Wink, wink. Class of 1986: We finally made it! Good luck! Congratulations Stacy and the Class of 1986. Much happiness and success in the future. Mom, Dad and Chris Stacy Congratulations to the Basketball team for a Sensational Season. Love, Your devoted fans. I love you, Loredana, we kicked it out! Kathy, lunch buddy, (Fame, hall-murders, outstretched arm) Hyun Ju, love ya! Thanx Ted and Mort. Amy, stop fighting! Lots of love, to the whole clan, stay FRESH! Laurie S., you're the best, thanx for all the memories - more to come. (Wallman, col-larman, etc . . . . ) Jodie, I love you so much! Thanx for being there. Always and Forever! + "That's What Friends Are For" Lots of Love, Sally (from the Valley) Good luck to classes of 1986(11), 1987 (!) and 1988. For one reason or another, the following people are my nearest and dearest friends and I will miss you and cry a lot when we all go away. No more sentimental glop. You know who are are, but considering the price of this ad, I'm going to list you anyway. In no particular order: Rachel, Neil, Jenny, Todd, Rob, Erika, Claudia, Loredana, Morty, Jesse, Lauren, Louis, Dave, Doug, Sandy and . . . ok, Mike. I couldn't have had parties without you. (Really, Morty!) Much luck to those who really need it: My brother, Benj, and his friends. love, Laura 1986NANCY'S NOTES Susan- Let's do lunch sometime but let's not be on a time schedule. Afterwards we will shop until we drop. Amy- Thanks for selling so many ads so our yearbook could be longer. You're a great business woman. Tami- Thanks for putting up with me and all my disasters. Joy- I leave a life time Barbie collection to take along with you to Penn. Elyse- My oldest friend. Thanks for always being there for me. I LOVE YOU! Mr. Volp- Thanks for everything. Mr. Connor- Thanks for being there when I needed someone to talk to. Mr. Smith- Thanks for helping out. Good Luck next year. Lauren- Remember the day when we made people out of cottonballs. Our artistic talents have improved since then. Kelly- Thanks for our late night conservations. You're a great friend. FROM THE DESK OF AMY TRESS ALL MY LIFE'S A CIRCLE, SUNRISE AND SUNDOWN THE MOON ROSE THROUGH THE NIGHTTIME TILL THE DAYBREAK COMES AROUND ALL MY LIFE'S A CIRCLE BUT I CAN'T TELL YOU WHY THE SEASONS SPINNING ROUND AGAIN THE YEARS KEEP ROLLING BY. To Lynne Darcy: You're not my oldest, but you are definately dear! Thanks for sharing the best of times. To Lisa Michelle: To all the fun we've had, and the special memories, and the secret sharing ... I LOVE YOU! To Pamela Leslie: From long lost friends to best friends to worst enemies to best friends ... you are the best! Thanks for sharing and caring. To Susan Jill: A great companion in the morning! I could never forget my buddy since kindergarten. To Courtney Erika: The fun had only just begun. Hold on to the memories forever. To John Andrew: A very special person and friend. Thanks for "keeping an eye" on me and letting me feel very special- you will always hold a special place in my heart. To Tami—: Thanks for giving me this wonderful opportunity. I wish only the best for you and I'll never forget our special friendship. To Murray Joseph: I just wanted to let you know that I was thinking about you. To Hope Jennifer: I don't know how I could have forgotten your middle name. Thanks for saving me from neanderthalsim. To Michael Jay Jill Ann: Although you weren't here, you were a big part of my Senior year . . . and my life. I LOVE YOU BOTH!!!!!!! To Lauren Barrie: Satisfaction Guaranteed ... if you ever need someone to talk to. Such memories! To Mr. Tom Connor: Thank you for everything! To ALL my parents: I LOVE YOU and thanks . . . To THE CLASS OF '86: When time may lead. And I should follow, I will not go astray. But when time comes, And it be tomorrow. I'll wish it were today! GOOD LUCK!!!! P.S. No straight lines make up my life And all my roads have bends. There are no clear cut beginnings And so far no dead ends...................THOUGHTS FOR LIFE compiled by Murray Slenn and Andy Abowltz - potential is a fancy way of saying you haven't done it yet - we should enjoy here while we're here . . . cause there's no here there - sometimes my whole life passes before my eyes in my bathroom mirror - speak softly but carry a big stick . . . you will go far - chaos breeds life . . . order breeds happiness - during my life I have often had to eat my words . . . and I have found them a wholesome diet - learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all - through the hearts of friends you find yourself - it is completely unimportant . . . that is why it is so interesting - the more we love our friends the less we flatter them; it is by excusing nothing that pure love shows itself - a human being is a failed saint - be good and you will be lonesome - as you progress through life you will meet many different people; do not try to change them, but accept them, for they are as unique and as individual as you are - I'd rather stay a child and keep my self-respect if being an adult means being like you - can we "know" the universe? my Cod, it's hard enough finding your way around in Chinatown - my advice is not to inquire why or whither, but just to enjoy your ice cream while it's on the plate - see people as they are, not as they seem - among Cod's creatures, it's the sheep who take life seriously - school . . . I'm glad that I did it partly because it was worth it, but mostly because I shall never have to do it again - hold tight! you can party when it's over - I have the simplest of tastes ... I'm always satisfied with the best - don't take life too seriously . . . you may never get out of it alive - living well is the best revenge - smile ... it makes other people wonder what you've been up to - I can resist anything except for temptation - when I die I'm going straight to heaven because I've already spent three years in limbo - and maybe someday we will find that it wasn't really wasted time - a problem put off is a problem solved - if a frog had wings it wouldn't bump its rump every time it leaps - each time you learn a little bit, you become aware of whole new areas of ignorance - it is not always easy to say the right things at the right time, but it is far more difficult to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment - we're outta here 303Only one more year of torture left. Only one more year of suffering, staying up late, reading Bailey, putting in all-nighters doing my Physics Problem notebook, and reading literature. Just one more year! What a relief to think about it. My heart calms down and I'm finally at ease until my sister comes home from college and says, "Hah! Just one more year? Little does she know ..." . . . Linda Woo To my favorite people in the class of '86 Amy Kaji: Thank you for always being there for me. You are the best! The Oracle Staff: We did it!! And it only took three exten-tions on each of our deadlines. You are great people and incredible editors. Thanks for all your help. Laura Hinerfeld: Do you think that Mr. Pezzullo will ever like our "WAY-nee, WEE-dee, WEEK-ee" t-shirts? Everyone at 6th period Lunch: Maybe one day I'll be able to drink a diet ginger ale without peeling off the label, but I doubt it. Rachel Goldstein: I know that you are going to blow them away at Tufts. Keep in touch always. You're an amazing friend. Neil Gever: You are the only person who ever has gotten or ever will get me to see a Woody Allen movie. Don't Ever let anyone tell you that you've never accomplished anything! Mr. Connor and Mr. Smith: Thanks for putting up with my periodic outbreaks of hysteria. I'm now positive that the Oracle office has the ability to upset the little mental balance that I have. Best of luck in the future. I love you all! Erika Miller Someday soon, the house is going to crumble into "peaces" of rubble (save a cropper, save a grease pencil, save the footballs! Priorities, priorities), and I'll be outside chuckling. Maybe then they'll stop burning books and start reading them. Maybe then they'll see meaning instead of hollow words. Maybe then they'll learn. Maybe not. Oh well, so it goes. . . . David Cohen From David Rosenthal: Scott Smith, Sunny Yi, Kristen, Dave Jaslow, Alain Simbo, Dave Lipson, Larry Krasick, Renee, Erika, Tami, Joy, Andy A., Amy T. I wish you all the luck. Renee: Although some people don't understand, we'll always dream of holding your hand from Scott and Dave The back row physics Health-ed teachers. Thanks for your photo help Robby. Hope everyone likes their pictures. 304


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