American School of Milan - Yearbook (Milan, Italy)
- Class of 1971
Page 1 of 136
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1971 volume:
The Director of A.C,S.M. has a difficult job. It entails a double set of
resPonsibilities - those of administrator and disciplinarian, and those of guid-
These roles are not easily coordinated. It is essential to strike a balance
between them, to know which role to play. The disciplinarian risks alienating
students, while the counselor tries to establish a strong rapport with them. To
carry out both these tasks, retaining the respect of the students, takes a man
with faith in the potential of each individual, concern for his future, and a
sense of humor. We at A. C.S.M. are fortunate in having such a man for our
We would like to dedicate MEDIOLANUM 1970 to you, Mr. DeBiase, with
gratitude and respect for doing a difficult job well.
MRS , H . FALCHI
MR. M. DE LOTTO MRS, M. LODDO
MISS S. DON MRS. A. KOVASZNAY
Physical Education S Librarian
MRS, S, KOEHLER MISS T. THALL
Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing Art
MRS. N. CHARLES
MR. J. KOEHLER
MR. A. NEWTON
Science and Mathematics
MISS G. M. GIRARDON
MISS E. SANGUINETTI
French and English
MRS. J. MALATESTA MISS K. LEE
Typing and Stenography French, English and
MRS. R. GILIOLI
MR. T. MILTENBERGER Ita 1am
Speech and English
MISS B, MAWN
STANDING, Left to Right: Mr. Wollberg; Mr. Immordino, Mr. Kroon, Mr. Brown, Mr. Barnicie, Mr.
SEATED, Left to Right: Mr. Breymaier, Mr. Gilioli, Mr. Tetzeli, Mrs. Welin, Mrs. Hochbrunn, Mr.
STANDING, Left to Right: Mr. Gratke, MI. Newton, Mr. Worthington, Mr. Bialik, Mr. DeBiase
SEATED, Left to Right: Miss Thall, Mrs. Worthington, Mrs. Gratke, Mrs. Dixon
URI BEN -YEHUDA
"Life goes on and you must too."
"Ciao fusto." "Wake up Susanna . . . 1"
So you've decided to come to school today!
Likes Mrs. Gilioli and her Italian classes.
Dislikes breaking my nails on the typing machines.
Will always remember the 50 lire you have to pay
Mrs. Falchi for a phone call.
Ambition; to be happy.
" It is far better to be happy than rich, but there is no
harm in being both
MEDIOLANUM '71, Soccer, Basketball, Drama,
"Ma va'! 1" "Is not nice what is nice, it's nice what
you like! " "Uri, will you please turn around!"
Likes dresses, rallies and most of all girls!
Dislikes red and yellow socks, flies.
Will always remember the difference between the
classes and the director's room.
Ambition: being a playboy or a commercial
IRI T COHEN
" To be loved, be lovable."
Choir, Editor Newspaper.
"Ianiene you 're late again . . . " "tish. "
Likes Jimmy, red roses, long eyelashes and blue
eyes, little children, listening to the rain at night,
dancing, nature, little things, presents, my kitty
Dislikes being cold, trains, false people, asparagus,
Will always remember Mr. Newton's smile before a
test, the girls' room before lunch, the first and last
days of school, over inking the duplicating machine,
gym class and newspaper meetings.
Ambition: whatever I do, to do it well.
" Your enemy will be beaten not when his strength
will be exhausted , but when your heart will refuse
Likes photographs, music, to travel, theater, hand
work, to swim, clothes.
Dislikes spiders, shocking colors, falsity in people.
Ambition: business woman or a stewardess.
" Amare e qualcosa
Essere amati e tanto
Amare ed essere amati e tutto."
"Senti " "Bho!" "Ciao!"
Likes chocolate, my boyfriend, playing tennis,
Dislikes hypocrisy, studying.
Will always remember A.C.S,M,, Kaffa, Via
Spadari, my friends.
Ambition: to get a good job, to marry, to improve
my English and culture.
"Sunshine is to flowers what smiles are to humanity."
Co -editor MEDIOLANUM '71, Cheerleader.
"Guess who's laughing again . . "Stop blowing
bubbles!" Miss G's pest. "Quiet back there!"
"Don't you give me a hasselll !" It's not funny.
Likes people who play games, Snickers, nuts, riding,
cold and windy days and being myself.
Dislikes smog, losing contacts ALL the time! ,
"Hamlet," fools and waiters.
Will always remember the nice people and forget the
Ambition: to get where I'm going.
"Thank God I'm an atheist."
Yabbah Dabbah Doo . . .
Likes solitude, artists, mice, artisans, drawing,
making jewelery, writing poems, manifestations.
Dislikes overcooked spaghetti, the smell of a wet
dog, mountains, pink elephants.
Will always remember Mr. Newton and his yardstick
Mrs. Ghidini's high pitched "Vite," six floors of
Ambition: to be a good doctor and have many
" You can't always get what you want but if you try
real hard, you'll get what you need."
"Don't hassle me." Known for his SMILE.
Likes Blues, Camels, Witches, and St. Bernards.
Dislikes mustard, hassles.
Will always remember the contraband cigarette man.
' YVES-JEAN FONTAINE
" Don't worry too much about what people think -
they seldom do."
Student Council Treasurer, National Honor Society,
MEDIOLANUM "71, Model U.N. Delegate.
"I'm NEVER wrong!" "I disagree on general
Principle." "Far out!" The Torch, THE LITTLE
ORANGE BOOK of Robert Finzi.
Likes to eat, to travel, to take it easy, to goof off,
to argue for the sake of arguing.
Dislikes homework . . . classwork . . . work! !
Will always remember Mr. Newton's grin, our
fantastic gym facilities, Karen's organization and
neatness . . . , and the Italian draft.
Ambition: to help undo the mess the world has gotten
itself into .
" To be or not to be, that is the question."
" You were such a nice polite boy till . . . " "Aw,
Likes car riding.
Will always remember Steve Steko and his language.
Ambition: to earn money.
"Wisdom of many and the wit of one."
Cheerleader, Yearbook , Choir .
" Late for homeroom, me?! ?" Gitty Gatt.
Likes dancing, motorcycles, turtle necks, pome-
granates, Haiti, guys, music.
Dislikes my height, mathematical calculations.
W111 always remember San Felice Circeo, school
picnic with K. K. C'Down Elmerrw, nine years
with good 01' A.C.S.M., U. B. Y.'s cracks, "Ciao
Tappo," French classes, "Freak out on Avenue Boo
Ambition: continue study of languages.
" So tIue a fool is love that in your will, though you
do anything, he thinks me ill."
Editor MEDIOLANUM "71 , Choir, Basketball, Soccer.
The famous Magilla Parilla, Chipper, "roughly,"
"WaWaWa . . . " Contact lenses and Chipperll ?
"We've got to get organized . . . "
Likes nice clothes, big bikes, sunny days at Camogli,
crunchy peanut butter, sleeping, modern music.
Dislikes getting up, college plans.
W111 always remember Mrs. Ghidini, French classes,
the lockers next to room 1 , the Hague, ski weekends,
Biffis, Piazza Duomo at night.
Ambition: to go to the States and live it up.
KA REN KENN EY
MIKIKO KOBAYA SHI
" Don't part with your illusions, for when they are
gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to
Student Council Vice-President, Literary Editor
MEDIOLANUM '71, National Honor Society, Drama .
" If Robert says that, I have to disagree." Sneezy of
the Seven Dwarfs. " For my next trick I' 11 fly."
Fastest leg in the West. "I am NOT emotional! "
Likes A. C.S.M, , pink carnations, fireplaces, getting
letters, Rome, London, and autumn.
Dislikes liver and Physical Education.
Will always remember C. L. , Mr. Newton's grin,
the cattle elevator, Robert's wisecracks, the Model
U.N,, Milan, and all my friends from A,C.S.M. .
Ambition: to live, not just exist.
" There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
Co-editor of Newspaper, Art Editor MEDIOLANUM
'71, National Honor Society, Model U.N, delegate.
TT-actful missiles." Leonardo da Vinci the Second.
Likes doodling, ladybugs, thinking, lilies of the
valley, listening to people talk, big posters, writing
letters, a stiff crisp breeze that makes your hair fly
wildly, little quotes that say a lot.
Dislikes worms, slugs, and all that sort of "icky"
stuff, narrow mindedness and super ficiality, Bosch
and Cranach, green pepers, licorice.
Will always remember going from three of Miss Lee's
classes to three of Miss G.'s.
Ambition: to be happy tcorny, isn't it? But isn't
that everybody's ambitionfO
"Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me
Co-editor of newspaper, must admit it '5 getting
" Don't interrupt . . . "
Likes Mauro, Torino, Henry Moore, Matisse's
"turtle," Masaccio, a good discussion and all sweets.
Dislikes Miss Girardon's "Organization," Salvador
Dali, being interrupted, pensione in Milan.
" There is no love sincere: than the love of food."
Soccer Captain, Varsity Basketball, Co-editor
MEDIOLANUM '71 .
"All right you guys! " Last guy down is a rotten egg! I
Likes cute girls, fast speed downhill courses, danger-
ous motocross tracks and first place trophies.
Dislikes parties and dances,
Will always remember faithful friends and seven
years of A.C,S.M. .
Ambition: to continue in motorcycle and ski races
in order to pass on to automobiles, yet to continue
education for management of the family business in
" Tomorrow is the first day of the rest of my life."
Secretary of Student Council, Secretary of
MEDIOLANUM '71 .
"Is Pam here yet?" "Well how was I supposed to
know turkeys don't have 4 legs!" "After all, I'm
only 15 minutes late for a 20 minute meeting!"
Likes people, games, cooking, talking, sewing,
friends, sports; spring, mountains.
Dislikes anything false, fish, Pssst Signorina.
W111 always remember my senior year and punctu-
Ambition: to help people.
"I know that I shall never see completely through
For you have strangers in your life
And I have friends in mine."
"Carola," chickenpox, typing, being the only
" Englishman" in the 12th grade.
Likes black, anything Mme that makes me happy,
Paul, a suntan.
Dislikes peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, typing,
W111 always remember the impossibility of the
Ambition: to make up my mind about it.
"Come questa pietra, e il mio pianto. La morte si ;
sconta vivendo." 1
Likes paintings, modern ballet, music, writing 1
letters, to talk and discuss, detective stories tocca-
sionallyl, most of the time books that are touching,
meaningful, or that have a message.
Dislikes snakes, spiders, unnecessary noiseh getting
up in the morning, going to bed at night.
Ambition: travel all over the world, find out all
the answers, be a good housewife and mother,
succeed in life.
PA TRICIA PAITER
"Il faut aimer pour etre aime."
"Is Peter here?," JEANS, "Poor Baby."
Likes Peter's smile, JEANS, and my little brother.
Dislikes nyah nyahing at Kaffa's.
W111 always remember Ars Nova, the night the
Rolling Stones came to Milan, The Warsaw Concerto.
Ambitions: many and varied.
"We love with a love that is more than love."
Always faithfully waiting for Yasu . . .
Likes Yasul, old fashion cars, flowers, little
children, basketball, food, laboratory work, a walk
in the woods but not alone!, big brown eyes, to give
more than receive, sun, and piano.
Dislikes SLUGS! !
W111 always remember Milan, A.C,S,M., donuts
and bubble gum .
Ambition: to have fun in life and be happy.
MEDIOLANUM "71, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Basket-
Spatz, great soccer player, just too good . . . ,
Likes girls, Carol, purple, motorcycles, and maybe
Dislikes curly hair and old weather beaten teachers.
W111 always remember fights behind the lockers,
Mr. DeBiase's lectures, and the great, marvelous
Ambition: never to marry.
" Do what you like
" Keep your head tight." "I ain't kiddin' ."
Likes to encounter something new.
Dislikes books, pens, pencils, and anything else that
has to do with school.
Will always remember this school.
Ambition: to be happy.
"If you're ever in trouble, never give in."
Soccer, Basketball, Choir.
"I didn't do it." "It's Friday, sir." "Back into
your cage, Eric."
Likes food and women and wine.
Dislikes English class.
W111 always remember lunchtime in the street.
Ambition: to be myself.
mm h I
" People's idea of keeping a secret, is to tell only
one person at a time."
Student Council, Varsity Basketball, MEDIOLANUM
"What does that mean?!" "How much time is left
before the bell?"
Likes playing basketball, eating sleeping and whippo.
Dislikes freshmen and long fingernails.
Will always remember my classes with Karen, the
activities behind the senior lockers, Milan and
A . C . S. M. .
" The two great tragedies of life - not getting what
you want and getting it!"
Varsity Basketball, MEDIOLANUM '71 .-
"All right Spatz, you've had it!" "Where's Hardup,
the cool cat Magilla Parilla man?" BSA owners club.
"Who took my helmet?" " Faccia." Riding the BSA
Spitfire and managing to remain in one piece!
Likes girls, motorcycles and long vacations.
Dislikes school homework.
Will always remember the agony of counting the
last 1650 seconds for the bell to ring, the empty
senior homeroom at 8:56 A.M. .
Ambition: to succeed in a business career.
" You can't lead anyone else farther than you have
Student Council President, Soccer, Basketball.
"Hey Brat." "I don't get it." "You're kidding."
"Yeah, right." " Stop wising off."
Likes Denise, food, playing the guitar, and study
Dislikes intensely loud music .
W111 always remember the Questura, and the
Ambition: to lead those who will not succeed in the
corrupt world of tomorrow.
CLASS FAVORITES: Karen
Kenney and Mike Taricano
DESPAIR OF THE FACULTY
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Karen Kenney and Robert Finzi MOST FLIRTATIOUS
Margaret Gatt and
MOST ATHLETIC: Judy
Czuchta and Mike Lella
BEST LOOKING: Margaret Gatt WITTIEST: Judy Czuchta
Peter Erbland Steve Stecko
BEST DANCERS: Margaret Gatt
CLASS FAVORITE: Karen Kenney
FRIENDLIEST: Judy Czuchta BEST DRESSED: Karen Kenney
Mike Lella Uri-Ben-Yehuda
1, Susanna Avesani, will all my absences to any over-tired junior.
I, Uri Ben -Yehuda, will my basketball height to Wilt Chamberlain.
I, Janiene Church, will all my excuses for coming late to someone who needs them.
1, Sandra Consarelli, will all my experience to the people that are starting to go to
1, Judy Czuchta, will my contacts to someone who can lose them more than I do, if
I, Sylvia Dabbah, will a white dove to whoever kills an eagle.
I, Peter Erbland, will my International Relations "priorities" to Christopher Harlepp or
any inspired junior.
1, Robert Finzi, will a lock of my beautiful red hair to all my fans to remember me by.
I, Yves-Jean Fontaine, will my ability to misunderstand English and my excellent car
driving to the next Belgian student at A. C.S.M. .
1, Margaret Gatt, will my mathematical ability to Einstein.
1, Christopher Harlepp, will the Magilla Parilla, alias Pasta del Capitano, to anyone
who wants to experiencethe thrill of speed.
1, Karen Kenney, will the little organization I have to Miss Girardon because she needs
it more than I do.
l, Mikiko Kobayashi, will my eraser to the next art editor of the Yearbook and News-
paper so she they can erase the ink blots.
1, Ellen Lawton, will the contents of my locker to the city dump.
1, Mike Lella, will my guts to a tennis manufacturer.
1, Pamela Lyons, will my Instant Sunburn to Mike Taricano.
1, Carol MacNevin, will my beautiful American accent to any other English person
who might suffer from speaking King's English.
1, Patricia Paiter, will a set of foreign dictionaries to anyone that has to keep track of
1, Connie Smith, will my patience to Mr. Miltenberger.
1, Paul Speciale, will the incredible luck I have to the thousands that really need it.
1, Stephen Stecko, will never come back.
1, Eric Swardson, will not.
1, Mike Taricano, will my violence to Miss Girardon.
I, Ronald Trombetta, will my physics experiments to the next color-blind student.
MOLLY CA STELLUCCI
KATHI FITZPA TRICK
ROSA ISTRIA ANNA MEZZATESTA
ROUXVE ROUX CATHY STECKO
TED VENHORST CRAIG VINCENT
JOEL WELIN ROSEMARY WRONG
MOST ATHLETIC: Rosemary
Wrong and Joel Welin
BEST DANCERS: Sue Swardson
and Mike Dial BEST DRESSED; Molly Castellucci
and Joel Welin
DESPAIR OF THE
Tom Paxton and
MOST LIKELY TO
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT:
Sue Swardson and Joel Welin
Sue Swardson and
Debra Walton Paul Mettewie
Tim Lyons Patty Dial
Jackie Addona . Sue Schoen
Buckner Brown Anat Cohen
WITTIEST: Janet Erbland
FRIENDLIEST: S. Townsend
CLASS FAVORITES: Janet Erbland
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT:
BEST DANCERS: Patty Dial
BEST LOOKING: Marie Rendon
MOST ATHLETIC: Virginia Farrelly
MOST LIKELY TO
A . Arippol
Laura Angellucci Ken Banta
Darlene Bielli Jeff Bertschinger
Melory Carbine Sue Cu 111 gan
Gina Finzi Dominique Fontaine
Ron Sm ith John Sutherland
BEST LOOKING Jeff Bertschinger, Cathy Rendon
Gina Finzi ,
Kennie McKown, Gary Robinson
Andrea Hoffm an ,
Peter Kroon, Marion Nelson
DESPAIR OF THE FACULTY
i FRIENDLIEST AND V Cralg Lycan
Mary Beth Erbland, Bill O'Neill
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Cathy Rendon, Ron Smith
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Kennie MCKown, Peter Berger.
Bob Wollberg, Kennie MCKown
FIRST ROW: Mike Taricano - Senior Representative, Robert Finzi - Secretary, Karen Kenney - Vice-President, Ronald Trombetta -
SECOND ROW: Mike Holly - Freshman and Sophomore Representative, Joel Weh'n - Junior Representative, Mr. Newton:
TIDINGS FROM THE NEWSPAPER STAFF: drom left to righq
FIRST ROW: Jackie Addona, Mikiko Kobayashi - Art Editor, Rosemary Wrong, Miss Sanguinetti - Adviser.
SECOND ROW: Jay Dorman, Ken Banta, Rouve Roux, Ellen Lawton - Editor, Peter Berger.
THIRD ROW: Peter Kroon, Sheri Smith, Cathy O'Connell, Paul Mettwie, Janet Lycan, Eric Manasse, Carol MacNevin.
ABSENT: Janiene Church - Editor.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Uri Ben-Yehuda, Karen Walton, Jane Taricano, Margeret Gatt, Sarah
SECOND ROW: Susan Swardson, Jackie Addona, Robert Finzi, Molly Castelluci, Sue Schoen, Shelly
Townsend, Kathy Schoen.
THIRD ROW: Jeff Townsend, Paul Speciale, Buckner Brown.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mikiko Kobayashi - Art Editor; Karen Kenny - Literary Editor; Monica Giu-
liani - Business Manager and Activities Editor; Pam Lyons - Secretary.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ghidini - Advisor; Mike Lella - Co-Editor; Mike Taricano - Sports Editor; Tom Pax-
ton - Photography Editor; Christopher Harlepp - Editor; Judy Czuchta - Co-Editor.
SENIOR: SEATED, Left to Right: Patricia Paiter, Mikiko Kobayashi, Christine Turqman, Rosemary Wrong,
STANDING: Judy Czuchta, Karen Kenney, Robert Finzi, Jeff Townsend, Miss Lee - Advisor, Kathie
JUNIOR: SEATED: Kennie McKown, Sue Schoen, Virginia Farrelly, Monica Giuliani, Gina Finzi.
STANDING: Robert Trinchero, Andrea Arippol, Peter Berger, John Sutherland, Peter Kroon, Miss Lee.
FIRST ROW, from Left to Right: Kathy Schoen, Peter Erbland, Sue Culligan, Uri Ben Yehuda, Margaret
Gatt, Patti Dial, Miss Mawn, Ellen Lawton, Janiene Church, Sheri Smith, Mikio Kobayashi,
SECOND ROW: Tim Lyons, Connie Smith, Christopher Harlepp, Sue Schoen, Sue Swardson.
ABSENT: Jackie Addona, Cathy O'Connell.
KNEELING, Left to Right: Tony Lyons, Ted Venhorst, John Sutherland, Jeff Townsend, Paul Speciale,
STANDING: Mr. J . Koehler - Coach, Ron Trombetta - Manager, Mark Taricano, Mike Holly, Mike
Taricano - Captain, Bobby Everstine, Paul Mettewie, Joel Welin, Robert Finzi - Manager.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Patty Dial, Cathy Ren-
don, Margaret Gatt, Denise Randon.
SECOND ROW: Kennie McKown, Marie Rendon,
Sue Swardson - Captain
KNEELING, Left to Right: John Lyons, Robert Wollberg, Enrico Sessarego, Andrea Arippol, Jeff Bertsch-
inger, Kirt Zettler.
STANDING: Mark Taricano - Manager, Yves Fontaine, Paul Speciale, Mike Lella - Captain, Ted Ven-
horst, Eric Manasse, Joe Ficalora.
ABSENT: Uri Ben Yehuda and Tony Lyons.
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We would like to dedicate this page to MR. KOEHLER in appreciation and gratitude for his pa-
tient and dedicated coaching.
Ski Weekend '7 I
Lay me on an anvil, O God.
Beat me and hammer me into a crowbar.
Let me pry loose old walls.
Let me lift and loosen old foundations . , .
"Prayers of Steel"
The Awareness of
the illusions of reality
the finitude of infinity
the paradox of existence
Into the dark abyss of meaninglessness
and confusion where the only escape
seems to be in the void, futility of life.
Why does Awareness take us further away
from the essence of truth and meaning
and further into the growing agony
and absurdity of existence?
Amid the Chaos
Of coquettish whims of Sunlight
And erratic laughter of Thunder,
The Sky weeps.
Once again in descended silence and reflection
My skin tastes the wetness of unbrined tears
That imbue and cleanse the
Soil stained with the bitter
Realization of vanity and worthlessness.
The earth is chaste again,
Soon to become impregnated by new seeds
That, nurtured by man, will stain the
Soil once more with rancor, bitterness and regret
While Sunlight and Thunder laugh.
I dropped a tear upon the ground,
It filtered gently through.
The earth did turn with not a sound
And a little violet grew.
Sylvia Dabb ah
I can tell and I can feel.
You stand alone to face what should be shared.
Your solitude yearns for comfort.
I've tried to mingle into your complexity,
but you remain as cold as ever.
You just sink deeper into depth.
If you 've been hurt, please don't conceal it,
let the words flow freely.
Emotions shouldn't hide behind the wall of humanity,
For life offers much more than hardships.
Having the rhythm, but in need of a partner,
Why do you retreat before you advance?
You see, I could melt your heart by warming it
with mine -
If only you 'd give me the chance!
The world is sick, one may say,
And plagued by fools and pain,
And yet, how looms nature so gay,
With blooms in golden reign,
With lyric music in the air,
Of joy shown in song.
It's hard to dream that anywhere
Lies hate and harm and wrong.
of the bullet
with the wildness.
he half rose
from the earth
thrust his head
and then slid softly
t0 the ground
its triumphant death cry
screaming over the ground
like some malignant disease . . .
was skinned ,
tossed over the Hunter's
brought back to civilization
by the Hunter
with a grin 51nd joy
in its deed
t5 this week, Samb
the head of the Impala
lolled back and forth
like a bell
and the eyes of the Impala
glared accusingly at the Hunter.
of the grass knew his secret.
zabanyas slow whistle
sighing through the nighd
sunset crinkling down between
huge cloistered mts. i
deep blue fold of
midnight above mei
Iac lde A ddona
Mr. G . Bialik
Mrs . M . Alessio
Mis; A. Gobbi
Mrs. A. Colloridi Mrs. M. Minnecci Mrs. M. Bosco
French and Italian Music Italian
Mrs . Paduano
SEATED ON THE GROUND, Left to Right: Robert Ficalora, Tim Turqman, Craig Swanson, Eric Flora,
John O'Neill, Steve Paxton, Robert Bla'nc, Eric Gilioli.
SEATED: Vicky Hochbmnn, Kitty Atkins, Marla Carbine, Ann Brown, Mike Wollberg, Preston Rudy, Bill
Taylor, Peter Welin, John O'Connell.
STANDING: Judy Kastner, Stacey Stecko, Tania Moghrabl, Patti Simpelaar, Daniel Arippol, Elaine Mak-
ris, Monica Salerno, Mimi Culligan, Vicki Temple, Cindy Sowle, Lisa Allemang, Kristin Berry.
STANDING , from Left to Right wack rem: Michele Marshall, Alain Robinson, Sally Dixorn, Pat Azzato,
Annette Trombetta, Lynn Barnnicle, Mary Lyons, Stephen Smith, Paul Schoen.
STANDING, aecond tom: Ciel Bertonneau, Susan Warner, Anne Culligan, Carol Immordino, Ruth
Miller, Jean Azzato, Jody Fetter, Gary Marshall, Bernard Roux, Paul Hickey, Sam Wonthington, Mr.
KNEELING, ahird rom: Karl Yamashiro, Cinzia Scaravelli, Megan Pecci, Iaim Lauhlin, Mark Farrelly,
Eugene Lucci, Craig Flora, Jerry Corbusiero, Dwight Picrione, Mike Merrit.
SEATED ON THE GROUND from Left to Right: Chris Rudy, Steve Hochbrunn, Andrew Warner, Michael
Yamashiro, Tony Mezzatesta, Jeff Sutherland, Mark Villalba, David Wagner, Mark Cassin.
SEATED: Ann Makris, Karin Welin, John Ficalora, Beth Swardson, Susan Salerno, Tami Bertonneau,
Sheree Bewick, Martha Vincent.
STANDING: Sam Huang, John Rudy, Jeff Noghrabi, Daniel Erbland, Robert Colombo, Sam Dixon, Richard
Simpelaar, Milena Albertoni, Joan Laughlin, Susan Edwards.
SEATED, from Left to Right: Paul Catanoso, Mark Pecci, Susana Lerner, Brad Russey, Christina Speer,
Jodi Elovich, Rene Buccolier.
STANDING, from Left to Right: William Lucci, Andy Berger, Dannah Edwards, Paola Sessarego, Jack
Moghrabi, Kelly Preuitt, Jeff Swanson, Thomas Gatti.
ABSENT: Erin Lyons and Helen Robson.
MR. C LIFFORD
STANDING, Left to Right: Sharon Yamashiro, Jennifer Butler, Diana Skerl, Pamela Carbine, Liza Worth-
ington, Louise Stanziale, Mary Ficalora, Jackie Brooks.
SEATED: Nancy Sutherland, Debbie Lienhard, Katoko Yanacita, Anna Maria Giuliani, Stefania Alberti,
Joanne Marini, Cindy Fitzpatrick, Terry Erbland.
ON THE GROUND: Douglas Breymaier, Ian Hutchings, Robert Talyor, Steven Rendon, Johm Banta, Chris-
topher King, Robert Culligan, John Azzato, Michael Filipek.
ABSENT: Mark Miller.
SEATED from Left to Right: Brian Bertonneau , John Kastner, Tina Castelluci, Paul Rendon, Mark Merritt,
Evan Polenghi, Chris Trombetta, Angie Durr , Terry Snyder.
STANDING from Left to Right: Paul Berger, Gordon Di Palma, Rick Tetzeli, Bruce Lycan, Mike Immor-
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