Adams High School - Highlander Yearbook (Rochester Hills, MI)
- Class of 1978
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maintaining high quality educati
on at a.h.s.
One of the largest problems facing
the Board of Education this year was
maintaining a quality of educational
program in view of the escalating costs
and limited financial means. Another
concern involved balancing enrollments
in our schools,
The board was not in the process of
implementing any major new programs
this year. There were refinements on a
continuing basis in many existing
The Board of Education consisted
of seven members. The only new
member was Mr. Wesley Kar, who
replaced Dr. John Solverson after his
term expired. Dr. Solverson. having
served eight years. chose not to seek
reelection. This year has been one that
we will remember for years to come
thanks to their hard work.
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There have been many changes in
the administration this year. For one, we
have added two new assistant principals,
Mr. Keith Griffin and Dr. Camille
Carlson. ln addition to the new staff
members there has been a revised
attendance step and detention policy
issued to the school this year. Mr.
Cleaveland. in his first full year as our
new principal. found the new atten-
dance policy a challenge. The new
system seemed to have worked
Adams had also lost a very
important member of its staff, Mr.
Piasecki. who left to work at West
Bloomfield High School. We will
remember him for many years to come.
Best Wishes to our new administration.
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The strength of the Guidance and
Counseling Department at Adams High
lied in the experience and background
of the personnel. Mrs. White, Mrs.
Borck, and Mrs. Weinzierl were
well-prepared and friendly receptionists.
There was excellent background
experience on the part of all four
counselors. Mrs. Ryan. Mr. Parks. Mrs.
Bogard. and Mr. Kemp were usually
available to all students who needed
help with schedules and other problems.
We could not begin to tell all the areas
they were involved in. They helped set
the students on the upward course for
the future. Obviously. the student body
at Adams High could not do without
these fine, hard working receptionists
and counselors. After all, where would
we have been without them?
Preparing meals, cleaning class-
rooms, stacking chairs and washing
dishes were iust a few of the many duties
of Adams efficient maintenance staff.
Even before the official school day
begins. and long after it ends, the cooks
and custodians could be seen busily at
work. The cooks put much thought and
hard work into planning and preparing
wholesome and nutritious meals. The
custodians saw to it that the entire
school is "spic" and "span" at the
beginning of each school day. It was also
their responsibility to keep all of the
utilities and sanitary facilities in good
working order. Without their help
heaven only knows where we would
have been. Thank you for a well done
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The main office continued to be an
important aspect to the smooth
operation of Adams. Much work was
accomplished by the three women who
worked in the main office. Mrs.
Gowanlock, who served as Mr. Griffin's
secretary. also took charge of informa-
tion regarding the buses and driver's ed.
Mrs. Moore handled the switchboard.
while Ms. Debolt replaced Mrs. Garcia
as Mr. Cleaveland's secretary.
Once again. the busy attendance
office was run by Mrs. Borck. Along with
some student assistants. she kept the
attendance records of Adam's students
in order. Her hard work kept the
attendance office running smoothly.
And she was the person who published
the weekly detention lists.
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One of the quietest places in this school was the
Library. It was run by Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Green.
These two ladies worked hard at keeping the
thousands of books in order for us, along with pamphlets.
magazines, and newspapers. To make things somewhat
easier for them they have invented a new filing system.
This made finding things quicker and easier.
At the back of the library was the Audio Visual room.
Once again Mrs. Sharp was in charge of the A.V. Near the
end of last year new equipment such as record players,
screens. carts, and proiectors were bought.
Adams was proud to have such a fine library and
A.V. in its building.
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smile and a kind word.
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The English Department at
Adams had much more to offer its
students than just English Grammar.
ln courses such as Shakespeare.
Drama. and Poetry. students learned
to further their education in these
This year a new addition to the
English Department was the Project
Advance course. This class is
comparable to the freshman English
class at Syracuse University. lt was
worth 6 credits at universities and
colleges nationwide. and was taught
by Mrs. Mallon.
Besides the new class at Adams.
there were two new English teachers
this year. They were Mrs. O'Connor,
the energetic sophomore sponsor. and
Mr. Freeman, the coach of the Debate
Team and the Literary Club sponsor.
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they're a good
The Math Department had one new
thing happen this year, a new teacher
joined the staff. Mrs. Delauney came
from Van Hoosen Junior High and took
Mrs. Scafuri's place on the Adams Math
There were also seven other
teachers that made up the Math
Department- Mr. Cicciarelli, Mr.
Guerrieri. Mrs. Krull, Mr. Lentz, Mr.
Pasbjerg. the head of the department.
Mr. Thompson. and Mr. Treat. There
were math classes every hour of the day
for any kind of math student, whether
you were a math whiz or not. The math
classes ranged from Human Math to
Calculus and from computer to Business
Math and Problem Solving.
Foreign Language was a real
challange for the kids at Adams High
School. They had four different
languages to choose from: Spanish,
French, German. and Russian.
The department here improved in
the last three years. The students said it
was because of the great teaching staff,
which was Mrs. Nash, Mrs. Snow, Mrs.
Lintz. and Mr. Pazevic. They have helped
the students a great deal.
The students not only learned to
speak a different language but also
learned the culture of the countries.
They also kept themselves busy by
dancing, singing, playing soccer, and
cooking. The students advised everyone
to join in the enthusiasm that the
Foreign language students had this year
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past, present, and future
The Social Science Department at
Adams offered something for everyone.
The purpose of social studies was to
provide students with knowledge of past
and present civilizations and their role in
maintaining and developing civilization.
There was one new teacher in the
Department this year, Mr. Bailo who
A new class. American History 3.
was required for Juniors. It was designed
to provide more information about our
history after WWI. The Social Studies
credit requirement for graduation was
The Seniors again held their annual
Convention to see first hand how the
electoral process works.
The Department was in the process
of evaluating its entire program.
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Our mad scientists were back at work
again this year in the Natural Science
Department. With Mr. White and Mr.
Dunn, the chemistry students made all
precise calculations in centimeters and
There was a little soil and water
analyzing which swung us into a new
course called, "Conservation Study." Mr.
Glenn was right into the soil of the matter
with the students.
Certainly there were many more
courses for those interested in science
including Biology. one of our required
subiects. Two other popular courses were
Pathology and Astromony, which were
taught by Mr. Mikula.
Of course we all knew when Mrs.
Talley's class was busy at work: there was
a distinct odor lingering in the halls.
With all these scientists at work how
could we not have the best Natural Science
Department here at Adams.
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Surviving in the business world takes great
knowledge of its problems. More students took
business classes than ever before. The reasons
varied- some wished to get on the co-op
program. while others took the classes to enrich
their understanding of the business world.
The Business Department prepared students
for jobs. upon graduation. New courses this year
included speedwriting and refresher typing.
The speedwriting course enabled students
to take notes faster, while refresher typing was
mainly a review.
The new equipment used by the Business
Department included a correcting selective
typewriter. and calculators used in accounting.
If you were looking for an interesting field
to get into, it was business. With Mrs. Schmitz.
Mrs. Swoyer. Mr. Leonard and Mrs. Harris. we
had a department that meant business.
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high on talent
There were many new changes in the Art
The main change was the addition of Mrs.
Cecile Jensen, who took the place of Mrs.
Nelson. Mrs. Jensen came to Adams from
Eaton Rapids. where she taught for five years.
Another change was the re-instatement of
Art History, taught by Mrs. Montgomery, and
the addition of Color Photography. taught by
New changes were also incorporated into
the art curriculum. Basic Art was made a
prerequisite for all other art classes. The
teachers also tried stressing art appreciation
more than in the previous years.
The art teachers, as well as the students
had to work with fewer materials this year. The
class that really was in need was the
Other popular classes taught by Mr.
Spitzer are Jewelry, and Commercial Art.
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When drills drilled and hammers
hammered you could be sure you were
in one of the various Industrial Arts
classes. The Industrial Arts Department
had another successful year as was
expected. At the controls were Mr.
Lawrence, Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Orchard
and Mr. Rosenthal. Under the watchful
eyes of these teachers. students learned
to develop an insight and understanding
of industry in our society. as well as
machine safety. and craftsmanship.
In the Spring. the Architectural
Drafting class visited Toronto to study
architectural contrast in the city.
An interesting and valuable
Department. Industrial Arts will thrive at
Adams for years to come.
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hey good lookin', whatcha got cookin'?
The Home Ec Department contin-
ued to tantalize our sense of smell with
delicious aromas of such things as
breads and pastries from this year's Bake
Shoppe. Other popular Home Ec courses
offered this year included Needlework.
Interior Design and Exploring Foods.
Child Development expanded to a one
semester two hour block and Survival
expanded to a full semester.
Highland House was a bigger
success this year than ever. New items
were added to the restaurant that made
it a very nice looking place to have
lunch. Mrs. Fisk was extremely
imnressed with the efficiencv nf in
student staff. Both Mrs. Fisk and Mrs.
Long aimed to help the students meet
the practical demands in their everyday
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mr. irish, we salute you!
The Adams High School Vocal Music
Department was definitely something for the
student body, staff, and parents to be proud of.
Among the choirs activities this year were the
annual Christmas concert. where the Messiah was
expertly performed by our concert choir. Other
activities include the Spring Concert, and of course
our annual musical which was enjoyed by all those
who attended the show.
As a special addition of the vocal music
department, and also an addition to the city of
Rochester, this year marked the twenty-fifth year of
teaching for our fearless and faithful director, Mr.
Frank Irish. His accomplishments in Rochester are
closer to a million than one, and he had twenty-five
years of alumni to prove it!
There is more to Adams High than our great
choir. but not much that is as rewarding. fulfilling.
or as entertaining for all those who listen!
I were an Oscar
viva la music
The students in the Music Department
at Adams were given an opportunity to
participate in a group music activity and to
develop a technique on an instrument. This
year, because of their diligent practice in,
and out of class they performed many good
concerts. These included Bantasia Qin which
all three bands plus the Marching Band
played wellj. the Winter Concert and the
Also the Symphony band and the Wind
Ensemble combined at the end of the year to
form the Graduation Band. which added to
ln addition to the concert bands.
directed by Mr. Simmons, there were two
classes taught by Mr. Goldsworthy. The new
expanded Music Appreciation Course
helped students to listen to music with a
keen sense for musical quality. The .lazz
Band had many talented students this year
and performed with a good solid sound.
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The Physical Education Department had many
new changes this year. Two new teachers joined the
staff- Mr. Bailo and Mr. Seman. A new course was
also offered that physically conditioned students
through water exercises. Taught by Mrs. Sicora, Aqua
Dynamics, proved to be a good class to take.
Even though the majority of gym classes were
smaller this year than ever before, they were led by
a strong field of teachers. Besides Mr. Bailo. Mr.
Seman and Mrs. Sicora, the remaining Physical
Education staff included Miss Guillaume and Mr.
Niedzwiecki. The gym teachers have done some
wonderful things to make physical education more
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The main goal of the vocational adjustment program was to
teach it's students survival skills and train them for jobs.
This year's classes included career education, consumer
math, and the basic academics. Juniors could attend NEOVEC
where they learned a skill of their own choice. A student involved
in Work Study must have worked on a job for four months before
he could graduate.
Fifteen students were involved this year. They went on field
trips such as bowling and visiting various places of employment.
They were also involved in the Special Olympics in the spring.
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pride for adams
The Work Study program was very
successful this year at Adams. lt was
headed by Mr. Summerhays and
designed to give students who are
potential dropouts the opportunity to
hold jobs while attending school.
Thirty one students attended the
program this year. They spent four hours
in class every morning studying Math.
Social Studies, English. and Phys. Ed.
Seniors took Government too. They held
part time jobs the rest of the day.
Work Study, also known as
alternative education. tries to meet the
needs of those students who would
rather work than go to classes.
Mr. Summerhays and the staff of
Adams have worked hard to make this a
successful plan for all involved.
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For many students a dance at the
end of a school-week was welcomed.
as well as enjoyed. The good sound
from the bands that played, and the
good company which was always
present made it easy to get down'.
The dance rules of past years
were in effect again this year. Tickets
were sold up to a half an hour after the
dance started for students who came
late. This year a coat rack was
provided. which was greatly ap-
preciated by all.
The informal dances gave each
class or organization a chance to raise
money for their treasuries and they
had a good time. too.
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'79 played fine but '78 is still great
The annual B.G. Bowl game between the Senior
and .lunior girls was one of the more exciting activities
of the '77 Homecoming events. Although the Seniors
lost, I6-I4. the game was still a thrill-packed battle for
the spectators and for all involved.
Head coaches for the seniors were Dave Wattles
and Pat Conley, who did an outstanding job in
preparing the girls for a trying battle against the juniors.
Steve O'Donnell and Shane Gerke. the head coaches for
the 79ers. conditioned the team for an all-out attack
against the 78ers. Theresa Bechard quarter-backed for
the juniors and did an excellent job manuevering the
team through Cindy Rybarz's "Crunch Bunch."
The loss was an upset for the Seniors, but everyone
had a good time. Remember girls. "'79 played fine, but
'78 is still great!"
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homecoming '77 . . .
This year. it was impossible not to notice Homecoming.
Many activities celebrated this annual event. They all
started Homecoming Week, otherwise known as
"Spirit-Week." On Monday, students dressed in their class
colors. lt was also the day of the B.G. Bowl game. Although
the Juniors won, the Seniors showed how to play the game
while keeping the fun in it. The Jazz Band played in the
cafeteria during lunch on Tuesday. Wednesday was cartoon
dress-up day. Scott Cleaveland. as Charlie Brown, won the
contest for the best costume. On Thursday, cartoons were
shown during the lunch hours in the cafeteria. There were
also contests held during lunch, such as pie-eating.
picnic-basket eating, and spinach-eating. That afternoon
was the Homecoming assembly. The Junior's skit won first
place. The sophomores were then announced as the
winners of the "Spirit-Week", after they accumulated the
Friday was "Brown and Gold" Day. On Saturday, our
football team was defeated by Bloomfield Hills Lahser.
During half-time ceremonies. Jackie Beckers and Kelly
Rigney were crowned as Homecoming Queen and King. The
Senior's float took first place. Later, the annual
Homecoming Dance was held. The band "Westwood",
made the dance a success. This was truly a memorable
"We're number one!"
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assemblies at their best
The assemblies of '77-78 proved to
be exciting entertainment for those who
Among this year's assemblies
included one celebrating our homecom-
ing week. a Christmas assembly with all
the packages. numerous pep assemblies.
and assemblies starring our own vocal
music department. Special interest
assemblies included a hypnotist with
"special" performances by twenty
Seniors. Students also spent an
entertaining hour with "Earth Opera". a
band from St. Petersburg. Florida.
The student council and other
organizations arranged the assemblies
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a new world
There were five foreign exchange
students this year. They were: Geert
DePeuter from Belgium: Lars Heubler
from Denmark. Anders Leth from
Sweden: Alejandro Pino from Columbia
and Tuija Toikka from Finland.
For them to become foreign
exchange students they had to have a
3.0 grade point average. They also had
to know two to three different
The exchange students were
involved in many of the activities here at
Adams. Geert DePeuter was in soccer
club. Alejandro was in Spanish club,
Tuija was on the girls swim team.
Highlander Lassies and the Varsity
The foreign exchange students got
homesick just like anybody who was
away from home for a year. Other than
that the learning experience was
interesting, valuable and will be
remembered by these students for years
from the ridiculous . . .
'Why am I to die?"
"Nan, I tried my best"
. . . to the sublime . . .
The Thespian Society presented two plays this year. The first was Woody
Allen's zany comedy "Don't Drink the Water". It was preceded by a delicious
Dessert Buffet prepared by the German Club. The story centered around the
Hollanders, an American family vacationing in a Communist country. They
are accused of spying, and take refuge in the U.S. Embassy. which they
eventually drove crazy. Mr. Hollander was portrayed by Rob Jones, Kim
Werkman was his hilarious wife, and their romantic daughter was Kathy
The second play was a drama called "Anne of the Thousand Days" by
Maxwell Anderson. The play was a historical account of King Henry Vlll,
performed nobly by Stewart Harris, and his courtship, marriage and eventual
execution of Anne Boleyn, portrayed by Teri Walsh. The cast and the crew
of both plays did an excellent iob. and together with Director Miss Gibson
and Producer Mr. Lentz, both plays were a big success.
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it's all show biz
This year's musical depicted a girl with a dream of
riches who matures enough to realize that happiness is
more important than money. On April 20. 2I, and 22
Meredith WilIson's "The Unsinkable Molly Brown"
appeared at the Rochester High School Auditorium. It
starred Stacy White as Molly and Stewart Harris as Johnny
Brown. the man who Molly loved so much that she changed
her morals from love of money to love of life.
Certain teachers helped the Choir members in the
production of the musical. Vocal direction was given by Mr.
Irish, Mr. Simmons rehearsed with the pit orchestra, and
Mrs. Montgomery provided dramatical instruction. Mrs.
Sicora and Mrs. Craven were in charge of choreography.
When all of this experience combined with the natural
talent among the choir members. it produced one of the
best musicals in Adams history. Everyone involved with this
year's musical deserves a "Tony Award".
What a doll!"
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hard work led to success
The success of this year's Student Council was due to the hard work and effort
of each member. The CounciI's main obiective this past year was to incorporate better
communication between the administration and the students. This was achieved in part
by the new Representative to the School Board position established this year and held
by senior Betsy Spencer. Student Council officers included Pat Twomey, President: Barb
Johannessen. Vice President, Tom Johnson. Treasurer: Mary Jane Natale, Recording
Secretary, and Carol Strayer, Corresponding Secretary.
Though many people didn't know it. it was the Council that provided us with the
many activities that broke up the classroom routine. They were responsible for the
Homecoming, Christmas and hypnotist assemblies and organized the Earth Opera
concert, the annual talent show and the Red Cross blood drive. Our second annual
Muscular Dystrophy Dance Marathon was a big success too.
Besides providing us with some occasional entertainment, this dedicated group
continued to improve various school policies and procedures with the help of their
advisor Mrs. Lintz. Overall, our Student Council did another fine job and helped to make
our long months at Adams seem to go by a little more quickly.
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This year's Astronomy and Physics
club worked extremely hard to raise
money to go to Toronto. To afford the
trip to Canada they had sales which
included popcorn sales, T-shirt sales.
and calculator sales.
The students went to Oakland for
math card games also.
The sponsor was Mr. Gibson who.
with help from president Lisa Stasak and
treasurer Heidi Quitmeyer, always had
the group doing something. They met on
Mondays and usually met from a half
hour to two hours.
The students involved clearly
learned a great deal from these clubs.
The experiences enabled those interest-
ed to become better prepared for a
college maior in science.
The I977-78 Yearbook Staff
worked hard to put together another
Under the watchful eyes of Mr.
Berube. the staff accomplished many
things. For two years the students
missed the captions under every picture.
That was changed this year with the
unanimous decision of Editor-in-Chief
Shelly Kamrath, Layout editor Terri
Stevens. and Literary editor Mary
Johnston, as well as the rest of the class.
Another change was the addition of
forty pages to the traditional 220 page
book. Although this raised the cost. we
felt that it was to your advantage.
Business editor Lynn Huzzard.
Photography editor .lohn Boot, and
Sectional editors Kim Fleming and
Alyssa Gaggino, also worked hard
throughout the year. We hoped that the
book has brought back memories for all
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extra! extra! read all about it!
The school newspaper, "Under the Kilt". upheld its reputation of being informative
and interesting for the ninth consecutive year.
Mrs. Mastovich sponsored the twenty-three students. Tom Johnson took on the
responsibility of being Editor-in-Chief and did a fine job. News editor Carol Strayer.
Feature editor Ann Glaser, Editorial editor Lisa Marcoff, and This and That editor Sue
Miertl, put a lot of time and effort into each edition.
Subscriptions were sold in the beginning of the year in order to give the paper a
working budget and to let them know exactly how many copies they had to have printed
each time. This proved to be a much easier system to work with.
The students had the satisfaction that they put together their own works for the
whole student body to enjoy.
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This was the second year that we had
the Literary Magazine at Adams. They
were hard workers and picked topics from
scratch and pulled together to form some
This was an after school activity
consisting of seven dedicated students.
They were Libby Geist, Sue DeMent, Kelly
King, Kevin King, Diane Cavallero, Beth
Ringle. and Kelly Evans. Mr. Freeman
sponsored this club.
Hopefully, in the future, more
students will want to write and publish
works in the Literary Magazine. As Mr.
Freeman said, "It's a creative reIease."
all the world's
a stage . . .
The Thespian Society was hard at
work again this year presenting dramatic
productions for all to enjoy.
With Miss Gibson and Mr. Lentz, the
students learned the secrets behind the
The dessert theatre comedy. "Don't
Drink the Water", would have made
original writer, Woody Allen, proud.
The second production, "Anne of a
Thousand Days", was successfully
presented in February.
Since the Thespian Society began at
Adams in I975, it has become a popular
and active club.
n.h.s. - active people, active club
Do you remember being lurred by the tempting aromas of hot
bagels? This was just one of the many projects in which the
National Honor Society succeeded in raising money throughout
the year to buy pins. cords and other paraphanalia for members
of the club.
Mr. Gibson, who sponsored the N.H.S. again this year. was
assisted by President Tim Shrodera Vice President Heidi Whitfield: W
Secretary Terri Pedrotty: and Treasurer Anne McGarry.
. A large number of students were admitted into the N.H.S.
despite the stiff qualifications. Sophomores had to have a 3.5 GPA
while Juniors and Seniors needed a 3.0 GPA. But students were
not accepted entirely on their academic excellence alone. They
also had to have taken part in school activities such as sports.
plays, other clubs, and student government. To some, it was an
"honor" to be involved in this club.
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The National Merit Scholarship
Program consisted of students who
received exceptionally high scores on
the PSATXNMSQT test. The students
who qualified represented one half of
one percent of all students in their state.
Adams had seven qualified
semifinalists that competed for the Merit
Scholarships this year. Seven other
Commended students scored high but
did not qualify. These kids deserve
The Rotary Club consisted of
students from the school who have been
invited by the businessmen of the
community to join them at the rotary
luncheons. These students are selected
according to citizenship and good
The Spanish Club had two main purposes this year. One of which
was to promote the culture of the Spanish speaking nations in the
community. The Club also had to raise money for their foster child in
Mexico. They raised money through such projects as ice-cream sales.
a Spanish Dinner that was served to the public and stationery sales.
The Club participated in many non-money making projects too.
For Homecoming they made a float which won first place. The name
of their float was "Speedy Go Adams" and near the end of the year
the Club panicipated in the Language Day Competition held at
Oakland University. Out of the three categories they were in, they won
two first places and one second place.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Nash. the sponsor, the club met this
year only when there was something important to discuss. Overall. the
Club had a very productive year.
french with us
The French Club got together every
Tuesday to raise money for scholarships
that were given to outstanding Seniors.
Some of the activities the club had
to raise money in, were: apple picking.
their annual fashion show, and the
French dinner. The club also took part in
activities that did not raise money. They
made a float for homecoming which won
them a third place. At Christmas time
they went caroling. They also had their
end-of-the-year picnic for all the french
The officers this year were: Patty
Arscott-president, Libby Geist-vice-
president. Anne McGarry-secretary, and
The French Club was definitely an
active and worthwhile activity for many
Mrs. Snow sponsored the German Club again, and
Stewart Harris aided as president. This year the German club
participated in folk dancing competition at Oakland
University, and at Central Michigan University. The German
Club was also involved in the dessert theater in conjunction
with the Thespian Society. The German club also took part in
the annual "Maifest."
Other officers of the German Club were, Steve Christman
as vice president, Karla Rosenbusch as secretary, and Pete
Hagenbuch as treasurer.
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The Russian Club was sponsored by Mr. Pazevic, with
Robin Church as president. During the year the club
participated in bagel sales. Russian pastry sales. and two
Russian dinners. The Russian club also went to Russian folk
dance festivals, and operas.
The main purpose of the Russian Club was to raise money
for scholarships. a party at the end of the year. and to
introduce Russian culture to the members.
Other officers of the Russian Club were, vice president
Heidi Mulso. and secretary Bea Brusstar.
do it with deca!
Deca stands for "Distributive
Education Clubs of America", and was a
National Organization. Deca promoted
"Developing future leaders for
marketing and distribution." The
Distributive Education Co-op class
worked on Deca competitive activities
for Regional, State, and National
Adams has been very successful the
past four years, with numerous trophy
winners. The past two years, Adams sent
three students to National competition
in Chicago and Los Angeles. This year's
National was in Washington, D.C. As
Mr. Rosenberg put it, "They're a great
bunch of kids who deserve a little
The main purpose of the Debate
team was to promote clear thinking,
analyze public speaking techniques and
provide the opportunity to work
cooperatively with the other serious
The squad participated in three
debate leagues and the state tour-
naments. These tournaments were
against The Middle Macomb League.
The South Eastern Michigan Novice
League, and the MSAA. With the help of
sponsor Mr. Freeman, the squad proved
that debate was something to talk about.
gold dusters -
full of spirit
There was a change this year for the
Gold Dusters. Instead of performing during
halftime at basketball games they were seen
at our football games.
The team practiced on Monday.
Wednesday and Thursday for two hours
each day after school. The sponsor of the
Gold Dusters was Mrs. Allison. Captain
Cyndi Buchholz, First Lieutenant Theresa
Schell and Second Lieutenant Jeanette
Meuller helped with the planning of each
show that was performed.
The Gold Dusters went to competition
at Rochester High and also participated in
the national contest, "Miss Halftime U.S.A."
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Steve concentrates on a strike,
You mean I only got a 48 average7?!"
A new organization was fornted this
year that had striking success- the
Bowling club. Mrs. Harris sponsored the
club this year, and saw to it that all the
kids participating worked hard and had
fun at the same time.
This year's officers were: President
Steve Veillette. Secretary Laurie White.
and Treasurer Bill Even. These students
as well as the remaining competitiors.
met every Tuesday after school at the
North Hill Lanes.
A bowling tournament was held at
Birmingham Bowl on March I4. The top
five boys and the top five girls in the club
made a good showing there.
"Oh no. my fingers are stuck'
follow the bouncing ball
This was evident in the club's fine performance at this year's MSAA tour
The club met on Monday and Wednesday in the cafeteria They were le
returning coach, Mr. Treat, and their elected officers. These included Presid
Veillette. Vice President Rob Nani, Secretary Mark Tomboulian and Treas
Dover. All the students involved enjoyed themselves thoroughly in this
The table tennis team was back for their fifth season with plenty of goc
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A sport that grew in popularity at Adams, as well as across the country
this year was Soccer. Participation was good as the Soccer Club had nearly
thirty regular members. Mr. Pazevic, the sponsor had help from President,
Jeff Tombouliam Vice President, Randy Scherer: Treasurer, Aram Kabodian:
and Secretary. Alan Jackson.
The club practiced two and a half hours after school, three days a week.
This time was spent drilling old and new fundamentals, and using what was
learned by splitting up into two teams and playing a game. They also played
well against neighboring schools in non-league scrimmages. It is the hope
of Mr. Pazevic, the club members and the administration that in the I978-79
school year these scrimmages be halted, and Soccer become the next varsity
sport at Adams.
service with a smile
This year Highland House wrapped up its
sixth successful year with a few changes. The
restaurant was totally redecorated. Patti King
and Judy Cieslik initiated the whole project. A
coat rack was added to the decor, so the
customers had a place to hang their coats instead
of hanging them on the back of their chairs.
The serving schedule also differed this year.
Inst-ead of serving on Tuesdays and Thursdays
and having Soup Day on Wednesdays, Soup Day
was omitted and they served on all three days.
Besides serving the students and adminis-
trators, Highland House also served anyone who
wanted a good meal at the reasonable price of
ninety cents. The hours they served were from
eleven to twelve-thirty.
Mrs. Fisk taught her students good
management, how to prepare the food and the
importance of serving it in a friendly manner.
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Many schools don't have their own
store, yet Adams did. The Amble Inn is
just the place to go if you need school
supplies, or if you just want to buy a
record. They also sell candy. gum.
jerseys. and jackets.
The Amble Inn was sponsored by
Mr. Rosenberg. and run by six seniors
and two juniors. These students
experienced first hand how a Store
operated. Their customers consisted of
the students of Adams. The Amble Inn
was open five days a week during the
After Christmas, the Amble lnn was
robbed. Much of their merchandise was
taken unfortunately, none was
The sixth grade students from Meadow Brook.
University Hills, Baldwin. North Hill. and Long
Meadow elementary schools were counseled by
selected Adams Students. The kids and camp
counselors were full of energy and enthusiasm when
they went out to the wild wilderness of Camp
Tamarack. Each counselor had five to eight kids to
keep track of for the week. Everyone participated in
the activities such as ice fishing, map and compass.
and nature walks. The highlights of the week were
the drop off, square dancing and the team skits.
Overall, the counselors and the kids experienced a
fun-filled week at camp.
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swimmers to success
Cheerleaders at a swim meet? That may seem a little
odd. but the boys' swim team had their own specialized
squad, the Highlander Lassies. These girls performed a
number of functions such as timing. scoring. hostessing.
helping judges, and cheering the swimmers to numerous
victories. Besides timing at all the swim meets the
Highlander Lassies had other responsibilities. Every
morning after the boys came from a rigorous practice the
Lassies had breakfast ready and waiting for them to eat.
A lot of time and effort was given by these girls to
support the I97 7-78 boys swim team. Although they were
not publicized, they were deeply appreciated.
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got what time?
I.. Carvey. T. Rogers. P. Price. J. Joyce, P. Arscott. K.
L. Kuczasda. T. Schell, B. Johannessen, M. Tessier. K. Cleveland.
S. Manning. I.. Kenney. What a stretch!!
The chess club was sponsored again this year by Mr.
Treat. He received help from President Hal Jolley. Vice
President Kevin Cappo. Treasurer Bob Shankin. Secretary
Lori Laney, and Assistant Treasurer Mark Googasian. These
officers purchased new equipment for the team and made
the team more organized. The competitors played well
against other schools in several chess meets arranged by the
Chess is a game of immense concentration,
forethought and practice. Our chess club combined these
and a competitive attitude to perform well and enioy
Mr. Trealg hoping he made the right move' . . .
ski in style!
This year's cross country ski club did not compete.
they were more of just a touring team. They plan on
being a racing team next year. This year they extended
their touring sites to Oakland University.
The instructor of the cross country ski club was Mr.
Pazevic, who did a great job. The captain was Alan
Jackson, and Bill Brown helped him when needed. They
did a good job leading the club activities.
In the future, they hope to do really well when they
become a racing team.
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Cross Country did well this season
as a team. They were ambitious and
ready to win with our school backing
them all the way. Mr. Gierke, their
coach pulled them through a season of
an overall four and three record.
Adam's senior Gary Sutherland
emerged as a leader on the Cross
Country team. He had put much effort
in to his running along with the other
members of the team.
We must also give recognition to
Paul Newton and Steve Viellette who
have also been a great addition to the
team. Mark Mueller, a junior, and Greg
Weist, a sophomore. look like they will
be next year's prospects for the team.
We must thank every member on the
team for investing their time and pride
in our school team. Of course, next
year's team will do just as well and we
hope they keep running on for their
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This year the Boys Golf Team did
exceptionally well in their regular season
and league matches. They were
undefeated in their league, and finished
off the season by winning the league
meet. Their only loss in the regular
season was a non-league meet with
Brother Rice. However, later in the
season they came back for revenge. and
beat them at Great Gaks Country Club.
The only disappointment of the season
was their performance at the regionals, in
which they took sixth place and did not
qualify for state competition.
The team. coached by Mr. Pasbjerg
was headed by six returning varsity
lettermen. including captain Bob Klanow
and a good job was done by all.
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varsity football oh well
The Varsity football team had a
tough year. They had their ups and
downs. but always stuck together. Their
team spirit was great. If they had lost a
game the next time they would try
A large number of injuries affected
the team. They had .lim Cupples out for
the season with a broken ankle, and
Dave Nelson's broken wrist and many
more smaller injuries.
The team showed a lot of effort
towards every game: they put everything
they had into every game. They never
Without Coach Nedzwiecki the
team wouIdn't have been as good. He
was a great coach in that he always got
the team emotionally, and physically
ready for each game. When the team
went out on the field, Coach Ned's
determination was just as strong as the
Even though the record doesn't
show it, with the spirit that the I977
football team had it made them tops.
At season's end, Chris Whitfield
was voted to the all league team.
wait till next year!
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D. Addy. S. Miller. K. Masters Second Row- J. Heck. K. Kaye. M. Gendick. D. Grech.sC.
Masters. D. Jankovich. K. Connolly. R. Goniwiecha Third Row-A. Brickhouse. D. Harbin.
S. Burgess. A. Daniels. D. Butler. R. Thompson. J. Gill. D. Borgne. Coach Berube.
on their way up
This year's Junior Varsity football team had its
ups and downs. While the coaches initially felt that
the team had some personnel dificiencies. the team
started with two straight victories over non-league
opponents. Then, injuries to key players and
realignment of positions created some major
problems. The record for the rest of the season was
a mere I-6. But this doesn't tell the whole story.
The team pushed Troy Athens up and down the
field, had two touchdowns called back. were
penalized at inopportune times and lost 8-O. In the
Rochester game Adams dominated the game both
physically and statistically but ended up losing
fagain penalties played the key rolej I4-8.
There were some very talented sophomores on
this year's team and they were sure to be a big help
on the varsity next year.
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The Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders deserved a great
amount of credit for their dedication and spirit throughout the year.
For our football season, the senior varsity cheerleaders were
Jackie Beckers, Mary Jane Natale, Betsy Spencer. Lisa Marcoff. Linda
Brainer. and captain Ann Glaser. Junior members included Lisa
Gerber, and Robin Moncrieff. Sophomores Beth Hammerski, Kim
Acton. Lynn Cracknell, Annette Duby. Lisa Clissold, Mathilda Brown,
Lisa Manzi, and Kerrie Hulbert. formed the J.V. squad. These girls
fought the cold to fire-up the crowd.
Through the process of more tryouts and tribulations, sixteen
more cheerleaders were chosen for the basketball season. Captain
Betsy Spencer and the rest of the Varsity and J.V. squads showed
plenty of spirit as they cheered on both the teams and the crowds.
Mrs. Swoyer and Mrs. Long were the sponsors this year.
girls varsity basketball-
on top again
This year's Varsity Girl's Basketball team went in fighting and
came out winning, The girls suffered through coach Jenny Sicora's
tough practices from early August to late November.
The team was held together by Seniors: Linda Ban. Michele Bell.
Lin Mondt. Cookie Novitsky. and Terri Pedrotty. All of these girls had
been playing for Adams since their sophomore year, They deserved a
lot of credit for their hard work and outstanding playing ability
throughout the years.
Working hard for the team during the season were Juniors: Sue
Danek, Cathy Gay, Annette Gigliotti. Kathy Gordon, Debbi Pedrotty.
and Molly Todd. They were always hustling to do the best job possible.
Captains Lin Mondt and Cookie Novitsky had reason to be proud
of the varsity team. Coach Sicora had put forth a lot of her time and
effort to make the l977-78 GirI's Varsity Basketball team the best.
The girls won their first two games against Utica Eisenhower and
Romeo in the districts. Then they met up with cross-town rival
Rochester and solidly beat them for the district title. Adams was proud
of the girl's winning efforts.
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The '77 Girls .l.V. Basketball team
had a most outstanding season to have
ever hit Adams. These I4 sophomore
girls put great pride and determination
into every game they played. This faith
the girls had. helped them on to a
fantastic I6-3 overall record and a 9-I
Coach Cicciarelli spoke highly of
his team, "They never complained and
never lost faith. They are the best all
around squad l've had."
Center Jo Anne Hopp led her team
in highest number of points and
rebounds. The entire team won I4
awards for participation as well as J.V.
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The girls swim team smashed its way
into its best season ever. They compiled
an impressive I2-I record. Their only loss
came at the hands of MSAA champion
Birmingham Groves. The Golden Wave.
with captains Lisa Stridde, Patti Aucott.
and Pat Arscott, also did very well in their
league meet. They were runners-up for the
second straight year. The team's
performance was sparked by sophomore
Kathy Krull. who collected two first
's best friend!
The girls owed much of their success
to coaches Mrs. Mallon and Ms. Lusk. Not
only did "C.B." and Adrienne instruct.
they provided moral support as well.
Eight girls travelled to Kalamazoo
December third for the state swim meet.
The eight included seniors Carol Strayer.
Pat Aucott, Kryston Peterson, and Kim
Fleming. and sophomores Kathy Krull.
Cathy Schmitz. Jenni Aucott. and Kim
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"Life in the Fast Lane" was a perfect
motto for the l977- I 978 boy's swim team.
Swimming isn't a sport for everyone. but
the guys showed it was the sport for them.
They worked hard. practicing twice a day.
They had another successful season too.
easily defeating opponents Royal Oak
Dondero. and Crosstown rival Rochester.
The Golden Wave also showed that
they could take more coaching changes
and keep on winning. The two new
coaches this year were Mr. Dennis Seman
and Ms. Adrienne Lusk. Mr. Seman was
Assistant Coach at Michigan State.
The boy's swim team was backed by
senior co-captains Chuck Hunter and Scott
Phillips. and junior co-captain Rick Cozad.
Qther senior team members included
swimmers Dan Cook, and Tim Romano,
and diver Bill Bardes.
Zad salutes his fans.
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The girl's volleyball team was at
their best again this year. They practiced
hard every day to win or at least put up
a tough battle.
The girl's varsity team was led by
captains Linda Ban and Donna Harris.
They also had a new coach this year who
was officer Ben Decker. This was his first
year as a coach and he seemed to do real
well. He coached both Varsity and .l.V.
The captains for J.V. were Rita Snow and
Renee Logsdon. The junior varsity was
not set up for spiking but they hustled
every team they played. The varsity team
had the height and the spikers. they
always played tough. Both teams never
gave up and always put everything they
had into it.
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This year's wrestlers started out on
top and stayed on top. They finished first
in the league, and acquired three league
champions: Keith Masters at II2 lbs.:
Dave Walsh at I38 lbs.: and Paul
Cracknellat I9I lbs. The team setastate
record for the most dual meet wins in a
season - 24. What really held the team
together was the great sportsmanship
shown by Coach Bailo. Team captains
were Chris Whitfield. Dan Greco. and
Dan Wiest. This year's team had five
district placers who qualified for
regionals. They were: Keith Masters
C3rdj: Dave Walsh f3rdj: Chris Whitfield
Qndjz Dan Burgess Q3rdj: Paul
Cracknell Grdj. This year's wrestling
team was by far one of the best teams
we've ever had at Adams. Good iob
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The persistent snow proved to be very profitable for
Adams skiers this year. In dual competition, the girls
fared very well with an 8-I record, while the boys
followed with a 6-3 record. Divisional standings show the
girls as Ist out of 9, and the boys as 4th out of IO. The
league meet this year put the girls at I0 out of I2. and
the boys as I2 out of I4. Regional competition is the
decisive factor upon which Ist and 2nd placements earn
a place at the state finals. The results put Adams girls
lOth in the entire state of Michigan, separating the girls
from the boys, showing the girls as 2nd out of I7 places
while qualifying them for the state finals at the same time.
The coach of the ski team for this year was again Mr.
Carl Pasbjerg, a math teacher at Adams. Mr. Pasbjerg
must regretfully bid adieu to some seniors who have
contributed a lot of time and effort to the team. They
include: Chris Rosalik. Patty Cotcamp. Shari Cloutier,
David Hunstad, and .lay McGee.
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just cruisin' along . . .
Adams' varsity basketball team had a rather unusual season
this year. One of the highlights of the season was the game against
Rochester. Adams won 57-55. with Dan Kruse scoring 35 points and
20 rebounds. Two disappointments of the season were an overtime
loss to Lahser 55-57, and a 3 point loss to Seaholm, 37-40, in the
Dan Kruse was named most valuable player. Unfortunately,
Kruse was in an accident in January. and was out for the rest of the
season. Kruse led the individual season average with I8.lLX,. Tim
Dillion led in free throw percentage with 80'X1. Kruse led the season
rebound average with I4'Vo. The team's free throws percentage at the
end of the season was 6723. They ended the season with an 8-I2
This year. Mr. Orchard took over as the varsity coach. At the
end of the season he said, "The team members have worked very
hard to have a successful year."
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Smashing the ball into the opponent's
court to win a crucial point wasn't the
most difficult part of playing tennis. but it
was part of what made the Girl's Tennis
team play successfully.
"Hard work" and "determination"
were their key words.
Coach Aucott and the team captain.
Barb Boghosian, led the ten players to be
strong and enthusiastic during each
minute of competition.
The single's players were Nancy
Golding. Barb Boghosian, Beth Gordon.
and Sandy Lawless. The double's players
were Kathy Rhoton and Annette Brown.
Jean Klees and Tracey Dietz, Karen Jones
and Liz Sutherland.
The girls led the l977 tennis team to
a fourth place finish in the league. They
also were lst place in the Regionals for the
third consecutive year.
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Practice was a daily grind, but success made
it all worthwhile. The co-ed method of track
seemed the best way to go. Head coach this year
was Mr. Bud Cicciarelli.
This year. the track team really got it
together having a variety of sophomores, juniors
and seniors. All these students worked hard to
bring their team to the top.
As the weather got warmer, the practices
were moved outdoors. Coach Cicciarelli was
pleased with the effort put forth by the team.
The track team had a big turn out this year.
The seniors, with all their talent, will be missed
next year. With this year's experience the
sophomores and juniors will hopefully have
another successful season.
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P. Hilber.Fifth Row: J. Spitbergen. S. Locke. G. Sutherland. D. Ragland. G.
Peters. S. Manchesky. E. Macan. G. Zamka. E. Thompson. R. lilly. J. Moran.
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swinging their bats to victory
Led by coach Berube, the softball
team was anticipating a good season this
year. The team started practicing in
February and the season ended in June.
The season consisted of twenty games
including a twi-night doubleheader.
The varsity team consisted of both
juniors and seniors. There were many
seniors on the team this year including:
Linda Ban, Lin Mondt, Sandy Harbin. Mary
Johnston, Donna Harris. Kris Sands, Kathy
Stuart. Sue Lenart and Ann Lenart.
The team also received some new
shirts and socks this year to replace the
worn ones from years past. Although the
end of February sounded early to many for
softball to start, it really wasn't when the
first game was scheduled for the end of
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Even though the season didn't officially
start until March, the boy's varsity baseball
team started practice in January. Mr. Guerrieri
coached the team again this year. Jim Cupples
and Dave Kleino were the captains for this
Returning members from last year were
Seniors Jim Cupples, Dave Kleino. Keith Kuhn.
Bill Pitts, and Paul Kleindl, along with Junior
The majority of the varsity team was made
up of last year's JV team, which ended with a
Mr. Guerrieri has hopes that his team will
make the league and state meets this year.
According to him it will depend on three
words, the team's "attitude, want, and work".
The team is anticipating a good season, which
will hopefully end June IO at the state
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Occasionally this spring. you may
have looked out into the field and seen
the J.V. baseball team hard at work
practicing their batting, catching, and
fielding. They started practicing indoors
at the end of February. and as the
weather warmed up, moved outside.
Games were held about twice a week
and lasted until June.
These talented young athletes had
a new coach again this year. He was Mr.
Zaleski, who was the athletic director at
Reuther Jr. High. Under his direction.
the team hoped to be the best J.V.
baseball team Adams has ever had.
These boys will make valuable additions
to next year's Varsity team. Baseball at
Adams never had it so good!
for the future
The Marine Fitness team is not
talked about very often among the
student body. but its members deserve
some recognition for their
achievements. They are students
interested in developing their bodies to
near perfect physical condition through
the Marine Fitness Training program.
Under the supervision of Mr.
Niedzwiecki, the members endured
rigorous training activities, including
jogging. sprinting, and various
calesthentics in order to reach their
Near the end of the year, the team
participated in a district contest with
other schools. They were tested by the
Marines, and the finalists went on to
state and national competitions. This
year the Adams team hoped to maintain
their good standings in the previous
year's competition. Keep up the good
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"looks like we made it"
The class of '78 has finally made it!
During their time at Adams they went
through millage defeats. which cut out
spring sports in l976. They have seen the
opening of the pool, and the beginning of
the smoking area for the use of the students.
The class of '78 experienced many
administrative changes in their three year
stay at A.l-l.S. as well. They also had to make
the adjustment to a disciplined attendance
policy this year.
The Seniors were involved in many
activities. Whether they were trying to raise
money for graduation by selling MSM's or
sponsoring dances, the '78ers always
seemed to put their heart into it.
Led by class sponsor. Mrs. Talley, and
the competent class officers, President Rod
Poffenberger. Vice President Lisa Marcoff.
Secretary Lynn l-luzzard, and Treasurer Liz
Birley. the Senior class showed much spirit
and enthusiasm. The Seniors actively
participated during Homecoming, where
they took first place for their float.
Being the largest class ever to graduate
from Adams. with over 500 Seniors, they
excelled both academically and athletically.
Two Seniors placed in the top H0 in the
state in the Michigan Math Prize
competition. Both the Varsity Swim teams
and the Varsity Wrestling team finished well
in the league.
Seventy students had a chance to take
advantage of a Senior trip to the Bahamas
where all thoughts of schoolwork melted in
the heat of the noonday sun. '
Although the Seniors left the hallowed-
halls of Adams behind, they took with them
memories of good times and friends. The
class of '78 went out into the world. each in
their own direction, and faced whatever the
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super seniors super seniors, super seniors
ln past years it was customary to find one large picture
on this page and maybe a group shot of some seniors who
had managed to compile an average of 3.5 or better. This
year, obviously, things were different. The yearbook staff
was informed that this year would mark a new era in that
the school had decided to recognize not only the top grade
point average senior but also that person who had the
second highest average.
Well. the selection of the valedictorian was not too
difficult. Patrick Twomey had managed to compile the
highest grade point average. Not only had Pat been a
superior worker in the academic areas but he also was a
tireless worker on projects initiated by the student council.
As its president. Pat worked for many long hours outside
of school to make sure that everything went according to
plan. Pat had plans to put all of his talents to work as he
hoped to begin studies for the priesthood after graduation.
The selection of the Salutatorian was much more
difficult. There were three students whose grade point
averages were so close fwithin thousandths of a pointj to
each other that it was felt that the only fair thing to do was
to make all three co-salutatorians.
On behalf of the Adams student body and staff,
congratulations to these four super seniors.
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Through thick and thin, the Juniors proved that
they were a class not to be underestimated.
The proud class of '79 left a lasting impression
when they defeated the Seniors in the annual Brown
and Gold Bowl and the Homecoming skit.
Academically, most Juniors met the challenges
of three required quarters of American History and
the P.S.A.T. test and came out on top.
Athletically inclinded students were able to
compete on the varsity level with the Seniors for the
first time this year.
The class was led by President Greg Benson.
Vice President Judy Bishop. Secretary Julie
Robertson, and Treasurer Mitch Aiello. These people
put forth a strong effort to make their Junior year
successful and one to remember. The Junior class
was sponsored by Mrs. Mastovich who has high
hopes for the future graduates.
Though the '79ers tasted defeat as well as
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pride. For l979's future graduates. next year will
prove to be a meaningful one for they will face
decisions that may decide their future.
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class of 80
The Sophomore class of I980 settled
into life at Adams with ease. They took their
change of scenery and pace all in stride and
made themselves right at home.
The Sophs first Homecoming Week was
a big success. They took first place in the
spirit yell proving that sophomore guy's
voices have changed already. Other firsts for
the Sophs included the eating contest and
Cartoon Dress Up Day. Their skit took
second place and their float came in third.
All together this made for a landslide win for
the Sophomores who ran away with first
place in Spirit Week.
This year Sophomore Student Council
positions were held by President Kevin
O'Connor. Vice President Dan Hickey.
Secretary Matilda Brown and Treasurer
Laura Korte. They worked diligently on such
things as class activities and unification.
Mrs. O'Connor. their class sponsor, helped
them out whenever they had any problems.
New graduating requirements were put
into effect this year and are as follows: three
english credits and one credit each of
applied art. industrial art, social science.
natural science and math. However, the class
of '80 should have no trouble meeting these
demands if they continue to be the energetic
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From Warren Smith and Mickey Bushman
IZI3 South Street o Rochester, Michigan 48063 o 3l3-65l-2036
DR. STUART A. KARMANN
ROCHESTER OPTICAL CENTER
333 Main Street
Rochester. Michigan 48063
Watch Clock and Jewelry Repair
409 Main Street
Rochester, Michigan 48063
MR. SCOTT'S SALON
For a complete line of leather goods unisex Hair Styling
also featuring 31375514551
Contemporary fashions in silver jewelry I I I East Fourth Street
Rochester, Michigan 48063
116 E. 4th 652-9210
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4 im MAIN AUTO
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Dairy Queen of Rochester, Inc.
743 N. Main 651-9588 138 scum street
Henry Kraus Rochester, Mich.
STEAMWAY OF TROY
Carpet S Upholstery QDry or Wetj Cleaners
Soil Extracted By The Jet Method
Residential S Commercial I Free Estimates
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406 MAIN ST.
ROCHESTER. MICHIGAN 48063
IRENE B. TWOMEY FACIALS Bi HAIR CARE
OWNER PHONE 3l3 651-2555
The Rochester Clarion, Inc.
Your Hometown Newspaper
In Our 79th Year
313 Main Street Rochester, Mich.
ARCHITECTURAL AND SECURITY HARDWARE
BUILDERS SUPPLIES METAL DOORS 6: FRAMES
p Gamalski Building Specialties, Inc.
4, all ,5 M, ,ce, A ,ax I. X COMMERCIAL Ann RESIDENTIAL HARDWARE
FROM AROUND THE WORLD
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noci-eEs'rEn, Mic:-t. nose
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2301 STAR COURT
AUBURN HGTS-. MICHIGAN 48057
Rochester Colonial Standard
100 W. University at Main
"Complete Car Care"'
Q3 A Division ofThe Wickes Corporation
The Class of '78
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RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
Meadowbrook Village Mall
68 North Adams Roches
H' T . 3 I3 - 375-9200
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ter, Michigan 48063
Area Code 3l3
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SNAFTS AN ' 'J' ' L' LL PURPOSES
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North Hill Plaza Class of
1485 Rochester Rd.
Rochester, Mich. 48063
Telephone: 651-1022 7 8
GRADUATES PINKERTCN PHARMACY
if Drive-In Rx Window
xi? 126 W. University 651-4044
. . . AND BEST WISHES FOR 1 S NYDER, congrawiaiions
CQNTINUING SUCCESS INNEY 8 to
ENNETT, INC. the Class
REALTORS of '77
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P ROCHESTER. MICHIGAN aeoe:-I
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322 W. University
Mcmbcr By Invilzztion National Sclcctcd CAMPUS CORNER MOBIL
Mort llcill ns CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
may 652-seas - ssi-5424 IS oun GOAL
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'Where Hair Styling is an Art"
Rochester, Michigan 48063 Q313i 651-9290
the class of
Rochester Hills Plaza
I4I0 University Drive
Rochester. Mich. 48063
IOOO W. University Dr.
Rochester. Mich. 48063
The Nation's Leading Manufacturer of Metal Cutting Tools '
LEAR SIEGLER, INC.
NATIONAL TWIST DRILL Sz TOOL DIVISION
ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN 48063
Dillman S Upton
Class of '78
119 , E "Wallpaper 8 so much more
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Olde Colonie Place
In a u S 870 S. Rochester Rd.
. ' Rochester, Mich. 48063
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AUTO - FIRE - LIFE - COMMERCIAL
TRUCK - LIABILITY - BOAT
B 651 4490 2054 S. ROCHESTER RD
R G51 B720 ROCHESTER MICHIGAN 48063
'Qs CDIDI: jliine ,Shoppe
438 gfliuin ,Street
giuchre-ter, Cmich. -i8UG3
Furniture Restoration and Repair
THE RENOVATION SHOP
137 Romeo RdfRochester, Mich. 48063
TOWNE BARBER SHCP
R.K. and Image Products
5I9 N. MainfRochester, Mich. 48063
Always 25 to 60W off
Ladies, 1!2 sizes, mens, Juniors and
Ladies and children's shoes
Linens, Lingerie and Bedspreads
Come in. Browse around. Have a snack, play a little pin-ball. Look over
a few records maybe a new book or magazine. Get a new outfit. . . or
try one on. Have a time of it. Winchester Mall. Open for you Monday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sunday noon to 5:00 p.m.
Rochester 81 Avon Rds. Q23 milel
Albert 0 Breslers 0 Burger Chef o Cheese Pleez o Comfort Station 0 Farmer Jack 0
Fireside Book Shop o 5-Star Draperies o Gifts Galore o The Globe o L.G. Haig o Irvin
Hirsh Jewelers o Kitchen 8. Bath Alamode o K-Mart o Koney Island Inn o LaVerns
Beauty Salon o Lawlers Hallmark o Manufacturers Bank 0 Pearle Vision Center o
Ponderosa 0 Record Market o Scarborough Square o Stag Shop o Standard Federal o
Tonys Shoe Repair o Towne 84 Country Interiors o The Trend o Willows Plants o
Winchester TV o Winkelmans o Tivoli Square: Beads 'N' Fashions o Filling Depot 0
Flipper McGee o Hair Today 0 Smokey Mountain 0 Somerset Galleries o Shirt Place o
Tiffany Park o A Touch of Venus 0 Tanner's Hide 0 FUTURE OPENINGS: Big Boy o
Marilyn Turners 0 Nate 8. Al's DelilBakery 0 Newlife Natural Foods o Time and Chain o
Livernois Office Shelby office
"The Bank to M Serve You Better"
Saturday NATIONAL BANK
Banking OFROCHESTER Member FDIC
Member Northern States Bancorporation
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7 " 1 .L Mon. - Sat. 11a.m. - 7p.m.
vi CHRISTOPHER BOYLE
The Sherwin-Williams C pa y
417 M Street
R h t Michiga 48063
Rochester Gulf Service
235 MAIN STREET
DAVE illg1FFMAN 651352816
BILL HOWELL 651-9557
7lce Stone Sleep, Ing,
Fine Cut Stones
For All Building Purposes
Office IO Auburn Rd. East
852-4700 Rochester, Mich.
BECKWITH EVANS CARPETING
511 N. Main !Bochester, Mich. 652-6444
Diannndg Custom DBSIQIIBU
309 Main Street '
L- BADDER f:2sr:m.g uno . Mamsr.
KEG BEER - PARTY TRAY8 - BEER Q WINE
FOOD IRAY C3131 651-81oo
105 E. SECOND ST.
ROCHIBTER, MICHIGAN Q
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.M 0 Continental Breakfast
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HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION IS:
JUST GETTING OFF THE GROUND
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REGARDLESS OF YOUR METHOD OF ACHIEVING A SUMMIT, WE'LL BE THERE.
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ACORN TOOL 81 DIE
DIES, TOOLS,-IIGS, FIXTURES
ELECTRIC DISCHARGE MACHINING
Robert E. Dodgi
Mlghqgl L, Smnh 232 South Street
wilson L. Gun., Rochester, Michigan
Hand Blown and Hand Pressed Glass
Counselor ' 9
Helen Rodney 651-1903
Rochester Tube Products, Ltd 1004"
I 229 SOUTH STREET
ROCHESTER. MICHIGAN 48063
B, D. FISCHER ' PRODUCTION TUBE CUTTING
OWNER at PRESIDENT 1116" 'HRU 7!8" DIAMETER
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the salon of
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Higbie Manufacturing Company
REBUILDERS OF GASOLINE PUMPS
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LYON GEAR AND
4371 TERRITORIAL ROAD
LAKE ORION, MICHIGAN 48035
GREAT LAKES TITLE
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652 0300 202 WALNUT BLVD
965 9660 ROCHESTER MICHIGAN 48063
651-7142 Free Parking
' ' 403 University Drive VONCROFT
I 2 Unisex Scissor Styling 852-4840 AUTO PARTS
7 ff- , OPGH M0'1daY lhfl' 5a'UfdBY PAINT SHOP SUPPLIES Z1
7 R Custom Colors SERVING THE PUBLIC SINCE 1912 I
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COLONY EAST BAR8iq'RlLLE BEAFHNG PRESS SERVICE
Detroit Rochester Roseville
1233 Morang Dr. 327 Main St. 28970 Hayes VALVE GRINDING
372-1720 652-9400 276-3500 DRUMS 8t ROTORS TURNED
Homes in the Heart of the Hills sPEED EQUIPMENT-HI PERFORMANCE
CAL CUSTOM CYCLONE
745 SHEPARD zoom THuRsT
OF HOMES HOOKER CAMS LIFTERS
GALLERY OF HOMES
94 N. Auburn Rd. 3320 Auburn Rd.
Rochester Auburn Heights
439 Main Ph 651 ssss 852-4840 852-5566
Rochester - Printer Capitol of the World
G 9 PERIPHERALS, INC.
I480 N. Rochester Road
Rochester, Michigan 48063
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Class of '78
On The Hill Meadowbrook Mall
528 Main St' 3465 Auburn Rd. 808 Rochester Rd. 2985 Walton
Rochester Auburn Heights
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WE ACCEPT MASTER CHARGE L F000 STAMPS
1977-78 Student Council
Congratulations to the
Class of '78
Ride Thru Automatic
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266 Phone: 651-4007
PICKU PS -
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a clean car rides better
520 woodward - Across From Ball Park T gz
Rochester, Mich. 651-0514 CO.
The 1977-78 Adams High
Student Council wishes to
express its appreciation to
the following for their
support of council activities
EARL KEIM . . .
the HELPFUL PEOPLE!
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R E I N R I GRAMS
Mrs. Carol Lintz O mmmmm'
Reynolds Hardware 4-tu'
Rochester-Greenhouses PHONEUS 'fifty
Harwood Randolph, Inc 6 ....
REALTQRS9 ...M Etpf aw.,
329 Main St.
Rochester, Mich. 651-6450
ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN 48063
Avro PARTS Egg s CQass of 1978
Rik NORTH HILL AUTO WASH
RAYS AUTO WASH
190 W. Tienken Rd. Rochester
D 8- K MOTOR
Il I FASHIONS
335 M.11nSt.al Lllh Sl.
ROCHESTER " 651-0450
9I2 Main St. Rochester, Mich.
THE DOWN LOFT
652 0455 Rochester, Mich.
National Bank Of Detroit
Rochester Area Offices
For every banking need
the bank to see is
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llours: Mon.-Sat. 9:30-6,
Thurs. 8. Fri. 'til 9
Family Jewelers Since 1908
We Honor Master Charge, Banlmmericard, Diners Club, and
American Express. Layaway, and Store Accounts Available.
3 3 6 Main 65 2- 2400 Rochester
ROBERT R. ROSE
Young Men's Shop
Shop For Juniors
Al'tiSt M3t9fi8lS9 'IIC-
114 East Fourth Street 0 Rochester, Michigan 0 48063
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UPHOLSTER Y 62 SEWING SER VICE
Specializing In: Upholstery For Your Home 62 Office and
Leather Garment Repair and Alterations
139 ROMEO Rd. ROCHESTER, MICHIGAN 48063
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Mr. 8 Mrs James F. Burke
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Dr. 8 Mrs. E.J. Drogowski
Mr. 8 Mrs. James Halliday
Mr. 8 Mrs. James Hannemann
Mr. 8 Mrs. Robert Harrison
Lyn 8 Dolores Hart
Mr. 8 Mrs. R.C. Haug
Mr. 8 Mrs. Robert R. Hellebuyck
Mr. 8 Mrs. J.C. Hill
Bill 8 Sue Holman
Mr. 8 Mrs. Norman A. Hunstad
Mr. 8 Mrs. Paul Huzzard
Mr. 8 Mrs. J.B. Jackson
Mr. 8 Mrs. Peggy Jahns
Mr. 8 Mrs. Bernard A. Johnson
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Dr. 8 Eric B. Johnston
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Mr. 8 Mrs. Tom Keller
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Mr. 8 Mrs. David Kelly
Mr. 8 Mrs. John J. Killinger
Mr. 8 Mrs. Jack H. King
Mr. and Mrs. James Kinville
Mr. 8 Mrs. Ivan Kittel
Mr. 8 Mrs. George W. Kleopfer
Mr. 8 Mrs. David M. Klepp
Mr. 8 Mrs. Harry Knitter
Mr. 8 Mrs. Jerald L. Knust
John 8 Dora Kovalick
Mr. 8 Mrs. Robert Kunesh
Mr. 8 Mrs. Norman P. Lally
Mr. 8 Mrs. Richard Larson
Mr. 8 Mrs. John M. Law
Mr. 8 Mrs. William S. Lazich
Mr. 8 Mrs. Richard Lenington
Mr. 8 Mrs. Chas Long
Mr. 8 Mrs. Lee Fifield
Mr. 8 Mrs. Carl Fifield
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Mr. 8 Mrs. Glenn Gardener
Mr. 8 Mrs. P.E. Gauthier
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Mr. 8 Mrs. Mike Gendich
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Don 8 Mary K. Macdonald
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Mr. 8 Mrs. Andrew Manzi
Jack 8 Rose Marsom
Mr. 8 Mrs. Donald Martinec
Thomas E. Gettings
Mr. 8 Mrs. Jay Gibney
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Mr. 8 Mrs. LLoyd Graves
Mr. 8 Mrs. Fran Greco
Mr. 8 Mrs. Peter Grylls
Harry 8 Linda Hahn
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Mr. 8 Mrs Richard K. Meils
Mr. 8 Mrs. Stewart Meyer
Mr. 8 Mrs. Sid Mittra
Mr. 8 Mrs. John A. Mollica
Mr. 8 Mrs Bruce Monica
Mr. 8 Mrs. Douglas Moran
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Donald D. Odowd
James R. Ozinga
David J. Padilla
Kevin R. Peterson
Robert F. Potere
Richard A. Rampson
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Mr. 8 Mrs. William Schmehl
Mr. 8 Mrs. Schmitt
Mr. 8 Mrs. Lowell Schneider
Mr. and Mrs. Donald V. Schultz
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"Hey Berube. your shirt is on fire!"
activities: J.V. volleyball. spanish club, BG Bowl
"Time. like a snowflake. disappears while we're trying to decide
what to do with it."
activities: Swimming I0-I2. gymnastics ll. Golf team capt.
II-I2. National Honor Society II-I2. SMYC
"We came. we hated it. we made the best of it. we Ieftll
activities: Formed petition to change hall music.
"Life is like a sandwich. it's one bite after the other. that's why
everybody must get stoned. For the people who listened, thanx.
"Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply. to enjoy
simply. to think freely. to risk life. to be needed."
activities: Volleyball I0-I I. wind ensemble I0-I I, symphony
"The seniors are the greatest. chathams Atl. good luck varsity
"Make the most of your senior year, it only comes once in a
lifetime. Remember. D.B.. l'll be around. you haven't gotten rid
activities: Berube's favorite. I I- I 2. basketball I0-I2. volleyball
IO-I2. softball ll-I2. concert choir I0-l I. National Honor
Society. I0-I2. BG Bowl I2.
"It's been hell. but I finally made it to the big time."
"lf it is to be. it's up to me."
activities: French club IO.
"lf life is a bowl of cherries. then this is the pitsII"
activities: National Honor Society I0-I2. student council I2. BG
bowl coach, newspaper IO-l I.
"lf you have faith as a grain of mustard seed . . . nothing shall
be impossible unto you. We had faith and we made it.
activities: National Honor Society I I-I2. marching band I0-I I.
band council II. Deo. band ll-I2
"To snagglepuss: Oh my. I smell a fly."
"To all Crosby. Stills. Nash. and Young lovers. you know where
l'm coming from. Don't let it get you down. if anything does.
smell some roses."
"AIlegan . . . this . . . Allegan that . .
activities: Student council IO. National Honor Society II-I2.
cheerleading I0-I2. pep club I0-I2. spanish club IO. BG bowl
I I- I 2
"To Cookie: I am so happy you came to Adams-thanks for
making my senior year." You are the greatest!
activities: Track ll-I2. basketball I0-I2. volleyball I0
"To find your handsome prince. you've got to kiss a lot of
activities: Spanish club IO. National Honor Society II-I2.
DECA. track Il-I2. tennis I0. ski club Il-I2. senior class
"People think 20 shillings and 20 years can scarce ever be spent
activities: Soccer club, cross-country ski club
"Nie Adams, now can you? Thanks. goodbye."
activities: French. german. and soccer clubs I2
"lf you want something very badly. let it go free: if it colnes back
it is yours forever. if it doesn't. it was never meant to be."
activities: Cheerleader II-I2. BG Bowl
"Thank God it's over."
activities: Track II-I2. cross-country I2
"I always have been. l always will be. Life is time without
dimension. Adams was merely a blink of the eye."
activities: Cross-country skiing. National Honor Society, math
league. russian club
"You can get anything you want at Boris's restaurant? To all my
friends in all 3 high schools. good luck in years to come."
activities: Stagecrew. t.v. service award. National Honor Society.
"A message to all the juniors. hang in there. it's not as tough
as it seems."
activities: French club fashion show
"My goal is to beat Rochester High and go to Washington."
activities: French club, Marine Corp Physical Fitness. tennis.
J.V. football. National Honor Society
"Do not walk in front of me for I may not follow. do not walk
behind me for I may not lead. just walk beside me and be my
"'Deputy Dog.' Live life to the fullest. Enjoy the beauty.
activities: Softball IO, newspaper I2. student council Il. BG
Bowl coach II. chess club I0-I2. soccer club I0-I2.
astronomyfphysics club I0-I2
"When writing an essay or any of the rest. tell yourself it's
intuitively obvious then fudge through the test."
"Being a senior is the best part of High School-I'm glad l'm
"Hey Whitfield did you see the smile that she had?"
activities: JV Basketball. varsity basketball, cross country.
National Honor Society
"Go "I8. go Blue fgo SD"
activities: German club I I-I2. chess club I I. soccer I I.
thespians I2. cross-country skiing
"Forget your school. it may always be with you."
activities: Wrestling I0. amble inn. co-op
"This is ill"
activities: Marching band IO- I 2. french club IO- I 2. russian club
I2. National Honor Society I2
"l feel that the accumulation of extra-curricular activities in
reference to myself leaves a severe amount to be desired."
"There is nothing more delightful than being crazy."
activities: Track. softball. field hockey. drama club. band.
chorus. volleyball. camp counselor. Iassie. Afs.
"To all my classmates: Best wishes to all now and in your
activities: Spanish club IO. gold dusters
"Oh man . . . what are you doing? . . . Hey kidl
activities: Marching band I0-II
"All the luck to Bob Harrison and Dan Sak who are social
activities: Football stats I0-I I. basketball manager I0. BG Bowl
"Life is a fatal adventure. Why not explore its possibilities to the
activities: Tennis I0-I I. student council I0-I I. ski club I0-I I.
track I0-I I
"Don't put off for tomorrow what you can do today. because
if you like it today you can do it again tomorrow."
activities: Swim team I0-I2. camp counselor. l977 Wolverine
"To Sandy Coad: After we graduate. you can use your
fly-swatter and raid on Terry and CoIIeen."
activities: Spanish club I2. concert choir I I-I2
activities: Softball 2 years. ski team. marching band 3 years
"Your school days are the happiest days of your life."
"The best of luck to all the seniors who have made it."
activities: Tennis. volleyball, softball
"lt's useless to worry but it's dangerous to give up."
activities: swim team
"Cathy. as time goes on I realize just what you mean to me. And
now. now that you're near . . ."
"Spare me the trauma."
activities: German and russian clubs
"I'm gonna do all the things I never have done."
activities: BG Bowl. marching band
activities: French club I0- I 2. physics club I2. cross-country ski
"AIways work hard. be determined and disciplined. think and
go for the one: right now meaning Washington D.C."
activities: Marine Corp Physical Fitness. french club. National
.Honor Society. soccer club
"Thank God I passed. thank God l'm done. thank God for
"You get out of life what you put into it."
activities: Soccer I0-I2
"I just want to celebrate."
activities: Student council I0-I l.National Honor Society I I-I2.
thespians II. Little Mary Sunshine. Music Man
"Looks like we made itI"
activities: BG Bowl I2. mat club IO. swimming I0-I2. yearbook
I I-I2. lassie I I- I 2, track I I. french club IO. surviving fur-face
for 2 years. softball I2.
"lf we were all as smart as we think we are. we wouIdn't have
had to put up with this-for I3 years. But we aren't. and we
"I don't get it."
activities: Thespians I I-I2. National Honor Society. Golf team
Activities: l978 delegate for "A Presidential Classroom for
Young Americans. Washington. D.C.
"And its goodbye. goodbye easy street when we say goodbye
it is goodbye. Immortal words of the great Jerry Jeff Walker."
activities: BG Bowl I I-I2. yearbook I0-I2
"My 3 years at Adams were the party years and I expect
everyone who follows my class to do the same."
"l'm not as dumb as I act but I act a lot smarter than I am."
activities: choir. cheerleader I0-I2. student council I I.
National Honor Society I I-I2. thespians I I-I2. newspaper I2
"Da Svedanya Gaspodin Pazevicf'
activities: Chess club I0-I2. soccer club I0-I1. National Honor
Society I2. marching band
"It's all a big question."
activities: Varsity tennis l0'l2. JV volleyball IO. varsity
volleyball I I-I2
"Ask and it shall be given you. seek and you will find. knock
and it shall be given you."
activities: french club I0-I2. german club IO. marching band
I0-l I. National Honor Society I0-I2
"Best of luck to the '78 golf team. should be the best ever at
activities: Ski team I0. golf I0-I2
"Hey B.F. a room for each of usl
activities: Business co-op
"Life is a big-sandwich and every day is another bite."
activities: Track manager. BG Bowl
"Harris' rule of phudging in physics: If at first you don't succeed.
fudge. that way. at least it looks like you did the experiment
activities: Basketball I0. volleyball l I-I2. softball I I-I2.
german I I-I1. physics club I2. National Honor Society I I-I1.
scenes crew for "Don't Drink the Water'
"The world is a chess game and I'm only a pawn. At least I'm
a piece of the game."
activities: Baseball I I-I2
activities: Marine Corp Phys. Fitness
"To experience is to learn: consider life a learning experience.
and learn to Iive."
activities: yearbook I I. BG Bowl I2
activities: Homecoming Court IO. french club IO-I I
"I hope that within the next few years Adams will get an attitude
change to make it the friendliest school around. Good luck to
Steve fHerbleJ Holman "SS",
activities: DECA Junior year Ind place national winner. Senior
"Always remember. live while you have life to live. love while
you have love to give."
activities: Spanish club IO-II, ski team IO. chamber choir I2
"Personal studies have shown that weebles will fall down if
wobbled hard enough.
"For all the knowledge and memories I take with me. I leave a
small part of it all behind me.
activities: cheerleading IO-I I,
"I liked Adams High School because the school is very friendly,"
"After helping Weeb with her extensive study. I agree weebles
do fall when wobbled hard enough. Right Weeb?"
activities: Lassies IO-I2.
"Je vous en souhaite de Ia merdef'
activities: tennis I I-I2, Soccer Club I I-l2. French Club I0-I2.
National Honor Society II-I2. cross country skiing.
"Short people got every reason to live-they're cuddly!"
"CMU here I come!"
activities: student council I2. newspaper I I-IJ. cross country
IO. basketball IO-I2. tennis IJ, National Honor Society I0-ll.
Rotary Club I2.
"Life is full of surprises, and especially when you go to this
activities: yearbook ll.
". , . And I think l'll miss you for a long. long time."
activities: cheerleader, swimming Iassie 3 yrs.. German Club IO.
Mat Club I2. student council ll-Il. National Honor Society
I I- I 2.
"Fear not: the worst is yet to come."
activities: National Honor Society I0-IJ. marching band IO-I2.
German Club IO-I2.
"After I3 years of learning how to read. write and do arithmetic
. . . Well what else do those teachers know how to do?"
"Highschoolers are like Pavlovs dogs: iump for the points boyl
But iust keep iumping. Rule Ill. No PooftersI"
activities: track I I. Physics and Astronomy Club II.
"We talked about some old times and drank ourselves some
beers, still crazy after all these years."
activities: swimming IO-ll. student council IO-ll. National
Honor Society IJ. Newspaper Editor in Chief I2.
"Que Sera Sera . . . MSU here I comeI"
actlvlties: National Honor Society II-Il. swimming IO-I1.
softball II, French Club I0-I2. yearbook II-I2. Mat Club IO.
BG Bowl ll. survlving fur-face Il-I2.
"Happiness ls being Hye."
activities: Soccer Club I I-II, marching band ll-ll, National
Honor Society I2. yearbook I2.
"From here, It's on to palm trees and cactus!"
activities: track I I. National Honor Society ll, yearbook editor
IJ. yearbook Il. math tutor IJ. surviving fur-face Il-I2.
"How about a date. Honey?"
"Hubba Hubba. ding-ding. baby you've got everything."
activities: Thespians I0-I I. Spanish Club IO. BG Bowl Il-Il
"Through the front door I came. out the front door I'II go."
activities: basketball. baseball.
activities: basketball IO. football ll-I2. baseball Il,captain ll.
"ln the future I hope I remember most of the pfople I've met.
And I hope I can forget a few."
activities: football IOAII. Bowling Club. store supervisor.
"High school-one way to make 3 years seem like SOI"
activities: National Honor Society. marching band. wind
ensemble. concert choir. maifest, Music Man,
"Thank God I'm out."
"life is like a piano: what you get out of it depends on how well
you play it."
Kovalik. Mary Beth
"What a drag!"
activities: gymnastics. BG Bowl I I-II.
"Anybody for some drinking?"
activities: JV and Varsity Basketball. captain II. National Honor
"I iust moved here this summer. but I think Adams is a nice
school, too bad we have so many home rooms!"
"I would not have made it through this year without good old
C.S., Kelly QBAHA-BRJ
activities: varsity baseball I I-II.
"High on a hill in Eldorado."
activities: Spanish Club IO-II, National Honor Society II.
Literary magazine I I. Thespian Society II-I2.
"What is. is not."
activities: music. art.
activities: BG Bowl I I-IJ. Ski Team I I-I2.
"lt's cheaper at Trackside."
"l want to thank everybody for making this year possible for
activities: Intramural Basketball.
"No two people can stipple exactly alike."
activities: Thespians I I-I2.
activities: R.A.. jazz Il-ll. Golf team IO-IJ.
"He who attempts the ridiculous. achieves the impossible. or
something like thatI"
activities: BG Bowl Il-I2
"Mrs. Green, I'll miss you."
activities: newspaper II-IJ. Co-op II.
"Some things are sacrificed. some things remain. some things
bring pleasure, some things bring pain. When the whole world
is changing, why should people stay the same?"
activities: football IO-II, Marine Corp Physical Fitness l I. BG
Bowl coach I2.
activities: drama IO-ll, football IO. choir IO-ll. honors choir
ll-I2. musical IO-IJ. Thespians IO-I2. band IO.
"SO days in the hole."
activities: German Club IO, cross country ll. track ll-ll.
Marine Corp Physical Fitness I2.
activities: Debate team I0-I1.
"One does not love a place the less for having suffered in it."
activities: BG Bowl I I-ll. French Club II. gymnastics IO-I2.
". . . But the times that we were happy were the times we never
activities: BG Bowl. cheerleading. gymnastics. track. student
council, concert choir. National Honor Society. Thespian
Society. symphony band. chamber choir.
"My ambition is to live an independent life and enioy it to the
"Things turn out best for those who make the best of the way
things turn out."
activities: newspaper. BG Bowl.
"The ultimate experience: meeting a live cuban cockroach."
activities: French Club. Mat Club. cross country skiing.
"I've been dazed and confused for so long it's not true,"
activities: Thespians I I-IJ. student council II. National Honor
Society I I-IJ. school musical I I.
"Live life to its fullest today. you may not be around tomorrow."
activities: marching band IO-I I. German Club IO, concert choir
II. chamber choir l2, symphony band IO, wind ensemble
"Before you can learn to fly you have to learn to faIl."
activities: French club IO-II. National Honor Society Il-II,
Swim team IO-ll. varsity cheerleader ll-IJ.
"We are free to go where we wish and to be what we are."
activities: French flub IO. BG Bowl I I-II. Co:op II.
"lt's what you learn after you know it all that counts."
activities: basketball IO-IJ, volleyball IO. softball I I-I2.
National Honor Society IO-Il. marching band Il,
"Gypsy Rose here we come."
"Senior togetherness is on the hill."
activities: Football. track.
"Anarchy is the backbone of a free society,"
activities: Russian club, physics club, chess club. DCD club.
"Barb B. cheats at hangmanI"
activities: lassie IO. softball IO.
"Misery is a year without sIeep."
activities: BG Bowl I I-II. russian club I I-I2. german club IO,
National Honor Society ll-I2. marching band IO-I I.
"I listen tothe wind of my soul. Where I'II end up. well. I think
only God really knows."
activities: Newspaper II-II. cheerleader II-ll, pep club ski
club. student council lO:I2.
"Leave it alone for a year or two. Till the stories go hazy. the
legends come true, then do it again. Some things never end.
"lt seems that everyone can't wait for their senior year. but just
enjoy every day at high school. because before you realise it.
the year is over."
activities: National Honor Society II-IJ. newspaper IJ. varsity
basketball Il-II. track Il. volleyball Il.
"You must experience a touch of madness to appreciate
activities: Varsity ski team IO.
"l'll drink to that."
activities: Marching band IO- I 2, National Honor Society IO-II.
Jazz Band IO-l2. Golf I I, Pit orchestra I I.
activities: Little Mary Sunshine. Music Man. Unsinkable Molly
"Ce que Tai appris dans le passe est mon espoire Ia plus' forte
activities: Track. orchestra. pit orchestra for Little Mary
"Allison Baker you know I'II love you forever. even if you do
"GFI Seniors and Good Luck M.A.T.. Penguin and D. Pea."
activities: Basketball IO-ll. volleyball IO-II, National Honor
"Wherever you go. that's where you are."
"My high school years were the most enjoyable. but to all those
who are still in school. good luck. you'lI need ill"
activities: attendance committee.
"Each of us is in truth an idea of the Great Gulf. and unlimited
idea of freedom."
activities: gymnastics IO. cheerleading IO. swim team I0 II
water polo IO.
"lo Mr. Orchard: The one that always says moving on arm it
sounds Ilke a broken rn-ont "
"Eric's Chevelle will never beat my VegaI"
"Mr. Glenn was an "intense" teacher."
activities: conservation club l2. wrestling I2.
"This place is no educational institution. it's a mental
"Mt pithy maxim: I am ready. All that lies ahead is the future.
Seriously. those who don't use it. lose it. RMAEI PlHTAI"
activities: National Honor Society I I- I 2. Senior class President.
german club I I-I2. basketball statistics. cross country IO.
"The high school years have been the best years of my Iife."
"lf only I were as sure as the birds . . .
activities: Lassies I2. Yearbook I2.
"These days I seem to think a lot about the things that I forgot
to do and all the times I had the chance to."
"Julie. while you're away. write. call. be a "good" girl. and don't
do anything I wouIdn't do."
"Life is just what you make it to be."
activitles: Physics and Astronomy club. french club. Thespians.
cross country ski club.
"l never cheat Ll play by my own rulesj"
activities: Marching Band I0-IJ.
"The one thing I enioyed about going to Adams is that my
teachers gave me so much that books couldn't."
"My car this . . . my car that . . . QBI-Ha Ha Keith,"
"There's a touch of madness in every genius."
activities: symphony band. marching band. wind ensemble.
"Nillie illegilimi carburundom."
activities: Ski tearr: I0-I2.
"Frankly my dear. I don't give a damn."
activities: National Honor Society. German club I0-I2.
Thespians. Mlghtier Than the Sword.
"Pete Manara is a twit."
activities: JV cheerleader I I. Baseball statistician.
"l don't believe itl I'm donel Mel"
"What was I going to say?"
activities: marching band I0-I I. National Honor Society.
"Beat the system."
activities: formed petition to change hall music.
"I can look at what l've got. wonder what l'm not and be happy
with what I am."
"Rodger. Harry. Stan. Stick. and Slob: Remember baboon forest.
throwing peanuts. bazooms. and going tot it. My lite has
changed for the better Remember moldy Dave."
activities: Debate team 2 yrs.. Baseball team.
"lt was fun. l'm glad it's all over."
"To all sophomores and Juniors: hang in there. even when
things get rough. it's all worth It in your senior yearl"
"lives are like balloons: you must put something in them to see
"Success is getting what you want: happiness is wanting what
activities: swim team I0-I I. marching band Il-I2. Thespians
I0-I2. National Honor Society I0-I2.
"Good-bye to good 'ol Adams High."
activities. track ll-I2. cross country manager l2. basketball
"La Vida es sueno."
activities: Spanish club I I-I2.
"Veni. vidi. vinci. and then I left."
activities: Ski club. ski team. soccer team. tennis team. cross
country team. newspaper. student council. latin club.
"lf I had the chance to do it all over again. I wouldn't."
activities: Varsity golf.
"Nothing is sweeter than having a friend to talk to."
"Finally after three years of hard labor and lectures. we have
been released from this country club."
activities. Golf I0-I2.
"You have not seen the last soul . .
"Every minute you're angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness."
activities. cheerleading I0- I 2. student council IO- I 2. school
board representative I2. pep club vice president I2. track I I- I 2.
"Rock'n Roll I'm free."
activities. Wilderness trip to South Carolina.
"Whips. chains. leather. I love leather."
activities: Astronomy and physics club President.
"Jim. promise your love. that l've waited to share. and dreams
of our moments together. Colour my world. with hope . . . of
"I!2Mott. '!JAdams . . . Thanx Adams for a super year and
"Looking at the world through a rose colored record . . . Isn't
activities. gymnastics team. french club. literary magazine.
Thespians. student council I2.
"Great things come in small packages."
activities: gymnastics I0. BG Bowl II-I2. yearbook ll-I2.
surviving fur-face for 2 years.
"Truth is Beauty-Beauty truth. that is all ye know on earth and
all ye need to know. Hal Got you there Ferdinand and Mi Mi."
"When all is one. and one is all. To be a rock and not to roll."
"l'm free as a bird."
activities: Swimming I0-ll. National Honor Society II-I2.
newspaper Il-I2. student council secretary I2. BG Bowl I2.
"I finally made it. l'm living proof that it can be done."
activities: Swimming. lassies captain. golf team.
"In all the time l've been at Adams High. l've never once bought
or eaten one of its lousy lunches!"
activities: Cross country. track. cross country skiing. art booster.
"Glad l'm out."
activities. Sophomore Vice-President. JV cheerleader.
"lt's been real."
"Worrying today will iust make twice as many worries
activities: Marching band II-I2. volleyball I I.
activities: Soccer IO- I 2.
"This school has so rnany activities to take part and it's really
activities: Swimming. french club. track. volleyball. Lassies.
"I accredit my success at Adams to not eating school lunches."
activities: french club I0-l2. Marching band I0-I1. National
"Don't rush high school. years go fast enough."
activities: Cadillacan. wind ensemble. marching band. National
Honor Society. Bookstore employee.
"Every day I wake up just the same. waiting for something new.
Every night I have myself to blame for the dreams that haven't
"Phor all Phuture Physics students: May the Phorce be with
activities: Chess club. medieval wargaming society. anarchy
"I would like to thank President Carter for allowing me back in
the United States . . . Torontol"
activities: Chess club I2.
activities: Basketball I0-l2. BG Bowl coach I2.
"My experiences at A.H.S. have been almost as exciting as
activities: Literary magazine Il. Thespians.
"l've got places to go. people to see. autographs to sign. and
babies to kiss."
activities: Thespians I I-II. National Honor Society I I-I2. choir
l2. yearbook I2. newspaper II-I2.
"Hey Casto. look at the walk away movement on that one."
activities: Football I0-I2. wrestling I0-I2.
"Plan your life as if you would live forever. but live your life as
if you were to die tomorrow."
activities: Thespians I I. Iassies IO. National Honor Society
I0-I2. spanish club I0-I l. french club I0-I I. cross country
"Time it was. and what a time it was. It was a time of innocence.
a time of confidence. preserve your memories. they're all that's
left you." fPaul Simonj
activities: Marching band I0- I 2. wind ensemble IO- I 2.
"Cheerio. pip pip. and all that rotI"
activities: BG Bowl I I. curriculum committee I I. yearbook ll.
"Graduation is dividing the us into me and into you."
activities: BG Bowl ll-I2. german club Il.
"Life is a gas!"
activities: Swimming IO- I 2.
"A stranger is a friend you haven't met yet."
activities: Ski club. art club. AFS club. V-teen club.
"l will hold precious memories of the past experience lifes
givings during the present. and look toward great horizons in
the future." Good-bye A.H.S.
"A man Is nothing more than he makes himself."
activities: french club.
"Remember when you're scheduling: Patience is the companion
activities: Wind ensemble I I-II. symphony band IO. marching
band Il-l2. pit orchestra II-I2. pep band It-I2.
"People come and go: some are noticed. others are not. As for
me. I don't care. l'm just glad l'm going."
activities: Backstage crew for Don't Drink the Water and Anne
of a Thousand Days.
activities: Wind ensemble I0-ll. Symphony band I0-I2. RA
Albertson, James I54
Allen. Barbara I54
Angersbach. George I54
Arscott. Patricia 9,77,89. IO I , IO4. I 22.
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Bailey. Laura l54
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Ban. Linda 59.62,l04,l I8,l I9.
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Bauss. Lawrence 60.80. IO4. I 55. IGI ,248
Beach, Nancy 86,95.ISS
Bechard. Kathy I55
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Beckers. Jacalyn 4.6 I .63, I 55.248
Bell. Catherine I55
Bell. Michele 62.I I8.I I9.I55.I73
Birley. Elizabeth 86.I55
Blackshear. Catherine 69.97, I 55
Boghosian. Barbara 62. I 36. I 55.248
Bolday, Louise I56
Bolton. Jonathan I56
Bonnville. Lauren 59.63.l I7,I56.I74
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Born. Lisa I56
Boyd. Timothy 56.62.76.I05.I I2.I56
Bozynski. Jeffrey I56
Bradford. Dawn 86.I56
Brainer. Linda 6I,I I6,l56
Braxton, Scott I56
Brooks. David I56
Brown. Karen ll,l2l,I56
Brown. Robert 86,87,l03.I56
Brown, Rodney I56
Brune. Steven I56
Bruner. Christopher IS7
Brunk, Charles l57
Brusiloff. Sonia I57
Brusstar. Daniel 86.87.I57.I64
Bryant. Angela l57
Buchanan, Bradford I57
Buchanan. Brian I57
Buiteweg. Katherine 86.l57
IBurns. Ann 62.I57
Burns. William I57
Bushman, Jennifer 92.I57
Buss. Stephen 86.I57
Butcher. Linda I57
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Cappo, Kevin 8I,I02,I57
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Canto, Gregory 86.l57.248
Chadburn. Christopher I57
Champine. Julie 89.I58.I82.260
Christman. Stephen 86.90. I03. I Sl
Church. Kenneth 92,I58
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Cotcamp, Patricia I 30. I 58
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Creguer. Cynthia I58
Crombez. Sharon I58
Cupaiuolo. Vittoria 87.I22.l24,I59
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Curtiss, Candy 56.62.I59
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Davies. Matt l59
Davies. Michael l59
Dawe. Elizabeth I59
Deaton, William I59
Deehr, Thomas IS9
Dehart. Ronald I59
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Delong. Julie I59.I8I
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Demski, Julie 92,I59
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Devanney. Mary 62,I60,249
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Drogowski. Mark 86.I60
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Dwyer. John I60
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Evens. Dawn l6l
Farhood. Edward l6l
Farnan, Tamara I6I
Farrell, Julie l6I
Fehlberg. Gary I6I
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Ferguson. David I6I
Ferguson. Janet I6I
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Finston. Jeffrey 97.l6l
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Frazer, Jeanette I62
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Googasian, Mark 8l.86.l02.l62
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Hand. David l63
Harbin, Sandra 62,l63,248
Harris. Donna l6,87.90.I26, l63
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Harrison, laura IGS
Harrison, Robert I63.248
Hart. Kimberly l63
Hauser, Jan l63
Hayes. Denise I63
Hedstrom. Todd I63
Henry. Joseph 69.70.85.I63
Hewson. Mark I63
Hills. Jay 55
Hoffman. William I63
Holderness, Peter I63
Holman, James 64,92.l63
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House. Martha I63
Howell, J. Scott 63.I I2.I l4.I63.I73
Howes. Barbara 65.l36,I63
Hubbard. George I64
Hubbard. Lorna I64
Hull. Susan 63.I64
Hullinger, Cynthia I64
Humphreys, Amy I64
Hund. Patrick I64
Hunsanger. Joel I64
Hunsanger. Mark 76.I64
Hunstad. David I64
Hunter. Charles I24.l25.l64
Hurd. Kelly I64
Hurlburt. Jennifer I64
Huyck. Catherine I64
Huzzard, lynn 86.I56.I64,260
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Isaacson. Gary I65
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Jacobson. Richard 7.27.80,83.86,lO4.I33.
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James, Carol 82.I65,26O
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Johnson. Thomas 7.B0.83,86,lO4.I65.
Johnston. Mary 7,I0.20.62.77,82.86,
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Kaphengst. Connie l66
Karbowski, John l66
Kashmerick. Ted l66
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Kelly. Beth I66
Kelly. Philip I66
Kemler. Mark I66
Kidle. lisa I66.I74
Kiefer. Raymond I64.I66
Kilbride, Timothy I66
Killiane. Kelly l66
Killinger, Laura I66
King, Jack 87,I66
King. Kelly 84,I66
King, Lisa l66
Kirwan, Kimberly l66
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Lewis, Nicholas I68
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lipuma, Anthony 62.I69.l72
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MacDonald. Lynda I69
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Maginity. Robert I69
Malinowski. Michael 87,l69
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Peters, Douglas I96
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Sharp, Jeffrey I97
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Smith, Shaun l33,l98
Smith, Wendy l98
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Spitsbergen, John l98
Stanley. William I98
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Tallman. Brian I99
Taylor. Donald I99
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Thomas. Curt I99
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Thompson. Susan I99
Timmerman. Paul I99
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Todd. Molly I3,I I9.I26.I99
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Tomboulian. Mark 54,96,I99
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Toohey, Denise I99
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Warnica. Michelle 200
Watson. David II4.200
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Welch. Peri 20I
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Westervelt. Bradley 20I
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Abraham. Bret 202
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Aucott. Jennifer I 22. I 27,202
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Balis. Robin 202
Bandelean. Sue 202
Bartley. Karen 202
Basso. Shawn 202
Bates. Stephen 202
Beach. Marcia 93.202
Bedford, Karen 202
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Belkoff. Stephen 9l,97,202
Benson. Sandra ll7.202
Bergstrom. Glen 202
Biallas. John I I l.I35,202
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Boghosian. James 202
Bolger. Lisa 202
Bonnville. Craig 202
Borck. Katherine 203
Borgne. Dennis lI5.203
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Boynes. David 203
Bradford. Larry 203
Bregier. Amy 203
Bregier. Andrew 203
Brickhouse. Aubrey lI5.203
Briggs. Carrie 90.203
Bronder. Diane 203
Bronzo. Michael 97.203
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Brune. Donald 203
Brusstar, Mary 90.9I . I 36.203
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Buhl. Peter 97.203
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Burke. Timothy 96.203
Butler. Daniel ll5.203
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Cadieux. Scott 96.203
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Cappo. Karen 203
Caputo. John 203
Carr. Michael 204
Casstevens. Margot 204
Cavallero. Dawn 84.204
Champine. Jeannette 204
Chirco. Jacquelin 204
Christenson. Steven 204
Chu. Danny 96.204
Church. Christopher 204
Cianciolo. Jill 204
Ciccone. Melanie 204
Cieslik. David 204
Claffey. Michael 204
Clark. Sheila 204 .
Cleaveland. Scot ll3.204
Clemens. William 97.204
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Coad. Colleen 204
Cobb. Matthew 204
Cochran. Frank ll5.204
Collin. Gisele 204
Collins. Earl 204
Comment. Joseph I35.204
Condon. Catherine l36.204
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Connolly. Kevin II5.204
Cooper. Anne I22.204
Cottrell. Amy 204
Covins. Kenneth 204
Cracknell. Lynn 60.204
Cram. Tracy I36.204
Cruciger. David 204
Curtis. Karen 204
Curtiss. Sherry I20.I27.204
Czechowski. Michael 204
Daniels. Andrew II5.I35.204
Dara. Henry 204
Davis. Angelina 204
Davis. Kevin 205
Dean. Daniel 205
Debolt. Michael 205
Deehr. Patricia 205
Deesen. Paul 205
Delauney. Monique 205
Delehanty. Patrick 205
Delida. Kevin 205
Demarco. Gwen 205
Demerino. Cynthia 205
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Dickson. Steven 205
Didawick. Damon 205
Dover. Matthew 205
Dubats. Sally 205
Duby. Annette 60.94.205
Eckhout. Jeffrey 205
Essenmacher. Joan I22.I23
Evans. Richard 205
Farrell. Amy II7.205
Fedak. Sheryl l22.205
Feeley. Brian 205
Ferguson. Paul 205
Ferrari. Lisa l22.205
Field. Jennifer I27.205
Fifield. Daniel 205
Fina. John 90.206
Fischer. Kurt 206
Fiteny, Gary 206
Fitzsimmons. Mark 9l,206
Fogler. Brian 206
Fordree. Paul 206
Fox. Linda 206
Friebe. John 206
Gallopoulos. Anne 206
Gara. Jennifer I2I.206
Gayner. Beverly 206
Gendich. Michael ll5.206
Gettings. Eugenia 206
Gibbard. Heidi I2,60.6I,206
Gibney. Marybeth 206
Gill. James I I5.206
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Goldsmith. Janice 206
Goniwiecha. Reid ll5.206
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Grant. Timothy 206
Granthen. Gary 206
Gravelle. Douglas ll5.206
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Green. Cheryl 206
Green. Terri 207
Grube. Chris 207
Grylicki. Mark 207
Grylls. Sarah 207
Haddad. Robert 9 I .207
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Harbin. Donald I I5.I28.207
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Harrison. Paul 207
Harvey. Christopher 207
Harvey. Timothy 207
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Hauser. Celia 207
Hazelwood. Tara 207
Head. Terry 207
Heberling. Kenneth 207
Hick. Jeffrey lI5.207
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Heldreth. Laura 207
Hellebuyck. Robert 207
Henderson. Scott 207
Hendrickson. Bryon 207
Hendrickson. David 207
Henry, Mary 207
Heter. Bonnie 207
Hickey. Daniel 202,207
Higgins. Cindy 207
Hilber. Patrick 208
Hildum. David 80.208
Hiller. Jeffrey 97.208
Hills. David 208
Holcomb, Ira 208
Holland. Dale 9I.208
Holzimmer. Julie 208
Hopkins. David 80.208
Hopkins. Victoria I20.208
Hopp. Joanne l20.l27.208
Horan. Mary 208
Horsman. Ann 208
Houston. Paul 208
Howard. Lorrie 208
Howcroft. Michael 208
Howell. Brian I35.208
Howie. Bruce I35.208
Huber. Kathleen 208
Hunsanger. Dolores 208
Hunt. Holly 208
Hunter. Janet I22.208
Hurlburt. Kerrie 208
Isola. Sharon I 22.208
Jackson. Richard 208
Jackson. Sarah 208
Jacobsen. Andrew 208
Jahnke. Kelly 208
Jahns. Mark 208
Jasinski. Debra 208
Johnson. Rebecca I22.208
Johnson. Susan 208
Johnston. Jolayne l20.l27.208
Jones. Karen 208
Jones. Scott 208
Kamp. James 208
Kanehl, Sandra 209
Kastner. Gale I2I,209
Katona. Michael 209
Kaye. Curtis I I5.209
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Kelly. Thomas Jr. 209
Kenney. Laura I22,209
Keyte. Suzanne 209
Kibbe. Jeffrey 209
Kiefer. Irene 209
Kiefiuk. Timothy 209
King. Kevin R. 209
King. Kevin M. 209
Kinville. Jackie 209
Kirk. Jennifer 209
Kirwan. Karen 209
Kittel. Louise 6I.209
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Klein. Ruth 209
Kleopfer. Kathleen 209
Klepp. Joseph 209
Kleppert. Judith 209
Knust. Susan 209
Kobus. Jill Il7.209
Korte. Laura 202.209
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Kosa. Joseph 209
Kruckeberg. Martina I2 I ,209
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Miller. Lauretta 2I2
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Monica John 2I2
Moore. Kevin 2I2
Moore. Lisa 2I2
Morello. Natalie 2I2
Morr. Rodney 2I2
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Moy. Howard 2I2
Moyer. Jon 2I2
Mroz. Karen I22.I23.2I2
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Murphy. Noel 2l3
Murphy, Susan 2I3
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Newton. George 2I 3
Nofs. Ronald 2I3
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Nothhelfer. Timothy 2I3
Novak. Brenda 93,2I3
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Peterson. Joren 2I3
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Pilibosian. Gary 2I4
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Powell. Thomas 2I4
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Propst. Michael 2I4
Prusinowski. Jeffrey 2I4
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Rawa. Joseph 2I4
Rawlings. Teresae 2!4
Raymond. Lisa I20.2I4
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Rossio. Ronald 2I5
Rourke. Timothy 2l5
Rouse. James 2I5
Rowe. Kasey I2I.2l5
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Russell. Darryl 2I5
Russell. Edward 2I5
Russell. James 2I5
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Schmidt, Lori II6
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Shick, Yvonne II6
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