Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)

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inn GOLDBUG ‘76 •?B— u - i - ri 7i__ ' li RE GIONAL high school ABHtMT PtlHAM LEVifUTT JWTIJMAr VOLW Ae 59 ‘AriSS® iw- Virginia Bastable Math Loves Freedom . . . Pioneering and Adventurous spirit . . . Direct . . . Highly energetic . . . Quick-witted . . . Enthusiastic . . . Generous . . . Lively . . . “Can always be relied upon to make friends laugh . . At their best in competitive work . . . Challenge is important . . . Margaret Coty Cafeteria Dave Taylor Psychologist Helen Goddard Secretary Affectionate . . . Warm-hearted . . . Trustworthy “A potential bore? ” Determined . .. Strong willed . . . Love of good food . . . Plenty of charm . . . Practical . . . Reliable . . . Strong power of endurance . . . Firm sense of values . . . John Heffley Coordinating Principal John Warthen English Randy Robinson Physical Education Larry Crouse English James Scott Science Rill Kahnweiler I PC Alice Modrzakowski Secretary Merrita Hruska Child Development 4 June22 Versatile . . . Lively . . . talkative “A gossip . . . ?” Restless . . . flirt . . . Always on the go . . . witty Eleanor Fillmore Guidance Isabelle Ryavec Libriarian John Kolasienski Custodian Paul Lengieza Rufus “Bud” Kneeland Physical Education Social Studies John Adams Instructional Director Georgette Vlach Custodian Betty Moulder Secretary Protective Evelyn Barber Secretary Tom Cralinski Graphic Arts -Jujy 23 A-i!ktK 2- Crab Bill Ames Social Studies Kathy Keroack Home Economics Positive . . . kind . . . intuitive Sympathetic . . . Tenacious . . . imaginative . . . Erwin Cepeck Science Jennie Oberlander Science Aid Janet Fleury Aide Bruce Oldershaw A.V. Director js L.2.0 ii the. Lt)fe Suzanne LaVerdiere Mathematics “brings sunshine into other people’s lives . . . loyal and affectionate . . . creative . . . broadminded . . . enthusiastic . . . Makes an excellent teacher Hettie Thompson Cafeteria Helen Karch Cafeteria Charlotte Halpin English Jane Price English Samuel Potts Principal Sonia Bergquist Science Patrick Leighton Science Thrives on constant activity . . . Hard worker . . . Flair for detail . . . Analytical . . . Modest . . . Meticulous , . . Blanche Derby Art John Craig Guidance Gladys Jenks Registrar 8 A ' i( mecs i ii Great natual charm . . . winning manner . . . Strong sense of justice . . . optimist . . . easy-going nature . . . Romantic . . . Diplomatic . . . Idealistic . . . Sees clearly all sides of every problem . . . Lita Preston Math Robert Kelly Social Studies Chris Emery Science Cliff Fonsh Social Studies Betsy Mathews Classics Arme Marie Sarkis English Lyn Froning E.S.L. 1 Gerald Britt Custodian Lorraine Giard Physical Edcation Tom Styspeck Science Butch Kellog Custodian Alice Stanne Math Dorothy Ewell Cafeteria 9 Alexander Smith Custodian Mary Abramson Secretary Leigh Hosley Auto Mechanics Subtle . . . Strong sense of perception . Great personal magnetism ... Must live life to the full . . . Passionate . . . Determined . . . Persistent . . . Sense of purpose in life . . . Highly imaginative Charles Abramson Physical Education Helen Howard Cafeteria Anna Hayes French Paul Judson Math Shameen Syed Enjoys exploring unknown subjects . . . Versatile . . . open-minded . . . adaptable . . . Philosophical, freedom-loving outlook on life . . . Life must always contain some element of chal- lenge . . . Good Judgement . . . Optimistic . . . open-minded . . . Versatile . . . adaptable . . . Sincere . . . Frank . . . Dependable . . . Pearl Very Library Aide Lewis Breitner Guidance Mark Gerstein Social Studies Doris Wentworth Secretary Alex Manchey Graphic Arts Garol Howard Gafeteria Betty Lawson Phys. Ed. Jeff flatch English Mary Rudy English Frank Liams Work Study Nancy Lamoureaux Aide Judy Banks Russian Molly Robinson Secretary Benton Minks English Walter Ouimette French George Banks Custodian Chris Johnson Home Economics Alan Bridges Guidance 13 Kind . . . Friendly . . . Loyal . . . Not easily persuaded . . . “Personal independence is of enormous importance . . . Possessing glamour that is fascinating and dynamic . . . Essentric . . . Original . . . Reforming spirit . . . Approaches problems analytically Mary Fitzpatrick Math David Caporello Science John Maggs Music Mary Bleckwehl Guidance Helen Lee Language Lab Jane Baer English Leo Vigneault Guidance Ability to relieve the suffering of others . . . Real flair for romance . . . Natural kindness and charm . . . Has great compassion . . . Intuitive . . . Secretive . . . Rudy Woloss Custodian Mary E llen Curtin Home Economics » r _ Beverly Main Nurse Donna Glazier Social Studies George Steinmeyer German Dael Chapman Spanish 14 2 } ij. i earbooRtg, W i . 5 r 0)hA,CrQiQ r 1 c ” .4 ;!• ' J " ; 5 ; T -, ' 4 5 IQZI ' i 1 counselor . . . He’s a gourmet cook . . . He’s full of funny crazyr " tj Lrtr € ' I — I a c -» » jokes . . . He’s a concerned and sensitive listener . . . He’s JOHN CRAIG. “Where he finds a strang- er, there he leaves a friend.” Thanks to DONNA GLAZIER, social studies classes are making people think. She is patient, and, consid- i ering she recently graduated from here herself (’68), | she has not forgotten what it is like to be a student. v | She is aware of the difficulties we may have and puts us at ease with her warm smile. He’s a great sportsman and out- doorsman . . . He’s always free . and cheerful . . . He’s there when " w you want him . . . He’s an in- [ . volved and dedicated guidance y K ft V : V The First Dance, September ’75 For the love of money I bit off more than I could chew. Yeah!!! So this is what the full moon’s influence does to people! The croud is feeling mean. How did I get stuck here? 16 1 Talli Craig Michael Creedon Peter Crouse Timothy Curran Diane Damerell Cassandra Daniels Nathaniel Davis Jeff T Day Joy Dean Timothy Delgado Kathy Dihlmann Maureen Dodge John Doleva Lisa Donahoe Susan Donovan Lynn Douglas David Dowell Debra Drake Tracy Drew Paula Dugan Darlene Durnakowski David Eldridge John T Elko Donald Farquhar Cynthia Feaster Donna Feng Charles Fleury David Flood Mark Flynn Ann D Foster Deborah Fournier Douglas W. Frederick Glen Freiband Laura Frost Douglas Fuller Tom Fuller Sally-Anne Gage Kelley Gallagher Kathy Garber Richard Gere Edmund Gettier Barbara Gilbert Endre Glenn Angus Gordon Vivian Gordon Thomas Graves Susanne Gray Martha Griswold Marta Guevara Susannah L Halpern Timothy Halpin I inda Handrich Samuel Hannigan Amy Harper Jeffery Harris Francis Hart John Hart James Hasbrouck Andrea Hastings William flastings 20 Elizal eth Heath Linda Hillenbrand Bryan Fiilson Lynn Holappa Cnarlotte Houck Steven J. Howe Catherine E. Hughes Patricia Hultin James Jackson. Jr Eric James Loren Jarmon Gary Jenks Deborah Johnson Jay Johnston Donna Jones Alison K Karasz James Keedy Joseph Keenan Diane Kelley Cindy Kelly Edmund Keyes II Rachel Keyser Luann Kielbasa David Kim Henry Kitchell Jennifer A. Klein Theresa Klekolka Paul Klemer Michael Knightly Steven Kravetz C. Scott Lambert Donna Lamoureux Walter Lashway Dennis Lattinville Bronwen Laufman Mark Lauroesch Karen Laverdiere Paul C. Lawler Jeffrey Lee Peter Lego Sally Lemeris Susan Lesko John L. Levin Matthew Levinger Elizabeth Lieberman Daniella Liebling Patricia Lord Jennifer Lund Ruth Lyman Frederick E. MacGray Maureen Macpherson Russell Mader Edward Mainzer Stephen Maisner John Manjounes Julie Marion Thomas Marko Timothy Marko Eric Martin Toby Marlindale 21 Lisa Mascis Susan Maxson Susan McCarter jay McConnell Scott McGinn Catherine McGrath Peter McKemmie Leslie McLellan Melissa Middleman jerome W Moore Kenneth Moore Paula Moss Anthony Mottia Greta Motts Jennifer Murray Kristin Nelson Anne Obyrne Tina O’Connor William O’Connor Brian O’Malley Gary Orrell Jan Ostendarp Debra Page Thomas Paige Alane Paul Steven Peene Alison Penza Paul Perchak Thomas A. Peterson Suzanne Petrizzo Andrew Piccus Carles Pi-Sunyer Sarah Plattner Scott Plourde Linda Potter Thomas Powers Ann Pratt Paul Proctor Josephine Race James Ralph Scott Rauch James Ray David Reed David Rehorka (Cheryl A. Reske David Riemer Daine Robinson L Robinson Kyle Roblee Sandy Rock Gilbert Ross Karen Boy Reva Ann Rudman Rosilian Sacco Michael Sahheed Joel Sanders Scott Sandler Elizabeth Santner Sujatha Sastry James Scanlon 22 Greg Cuomo Ellen Ertel David Eve David Snoeyenbos David Yando Gary Young Kathryn Holmes 24 WWW Roixrl Ackermann Gregory Adams Douglas Albertson Robert Aldrich Timothy Aldrich Adonis Alford Kenneth Allen Scott Anderson Christina Annable Gary Aprile Lynn Archer Michelle M Archer Scott Ardiff Susan Aubrey Raymond Babb Peter Bak Thomas Bak Susan A. Baker Kevin Banks Susan L. Barker Christina Bell Leslie Benson Kristi Bodin Robert Bond Joan C. Bonsignore David Booth Michele Boulanger Bruce Bourgeois Scott Budde Jennifer L. Burgess Glenn A. Call Deborah Camerino James Campbell Frank Carey Stephen Carpenter Charles Carver David Cavanaugh Jack Chandler K. Ewen Chen Oren N. Cheyette Linda D Chittum Raymond Cicia Bruce M Clark James Clevenger Charles Cole Hubert Costigan Jenny Cx)stigan Janet Cotanche Timothy Cowles Jill Crites Donna L C ross Amy Curran Patricia Dalton Kelly J Dapprich Mary Dear gelis John J. Delaney Kimlxrly Demjx sy Diana Denyse James Desmond Juniors 25 )oanne Kuzmeski Ryan Ladd Heloise Lamonlagne Kathleen Lane Patricia Lane David Latlinville David Lauder Wayne Lavalle Michael Legare Thomas W Lentilhon Diane J Levin Mark C Lewison Amy L. Lieberman Susan Litterer Paul Liu Terri Livens Betty Ludtke Jeremy Lyon Samuel A Macleod Eric Mankin Ann Marcolte Siobhan Marley Thomas Marlin Gilbert May Carolyn McCormick William McLaughlin Elizabeth Meyers Peter Miles Jane Mileszko Karen Mills Curtiss Moner Mark Moore Bobby Gene Mullins Jeffrey Myers Christine Newport Jane Oberlander Deborah Ocicki Judith O’Connor Catherine Olds Patricia A. Owen David Peirce Susan Pelkey Rupert Pellett Pamela Peters Eric L. Peterson Ansia Petropulos Seth F Pogue Brenda Quinlan Sue Reynolds Janet Richardson David Rintala Randall E Roberts Heather Robinson Jonathan Robinson Leigh Rohde Klizal eth Rolander Adam Rothlierg John Vassallo Michael Ryan Michael Sanders Therman Sanders Rebecca Schneider Adam Shanor John F- Sheehan John Shumway Susan Silva Matt Simon Barbara Singer Frances Singer Douglas Smith Robin Smith Mark Sofield Marie Spence Andrew Steward David Stoneham Paul Stosz David Strong Todd Sunderland Philip Suprenant Clayton A. Swanson Roberta Szala Cheryl Tausky Leslie Taylor Gregory Thelen Alan Tnornton William Tyler Yvonne VogI Michael L, Vogt David J. Volpe Valerie Weaver Richard P. White Thomas White Elizabeth Wilkinson Timothy Winslow Joseph Wolf Neal C. Woodard John Wysocki Kay Young Thomas Zajicek Kenneth A Zambello Eric Zube John Rowan 28 How To Survive . . I BAUBLES, BANGLES, AND BEADS — In 1976, everybody is so fashion-consious that a lot of people find it hard to keep up with the almost-weekly changes. However, the emphasis seems to be on deca- dance tackiness, so darlings, gel out the glitter!! BOTTLE OF ASPIBIN — To help cope with screaming kids, bitchy interns, brusque teachers, and bloodthirsty administrators. CIGGIES — Yes, friends, the amount of cigaretes being smoked is ever increasing. — Just about every- body lights up occasionally or more. So whether it’s a Kool, a Marlboro, a More, or a Vantage Menthol (yay!), flick your Bic and enjoy! A.R.H.S MAKE UP — Lipstick and gloss, mascara, eyeshadow — all are essential for keeping up a good impression at ARMS. In these rather trendy times, even some girls are wearing makeup. READING MATERIAL — Well, you just CAINT waste all vour time vegging! Gotta bring COZZMOE (with Este and Monique, tne hottest new fashion model) or a Playgirl (pant pant) or Popular Mechanics (clank clank). 31 Remember The Good Old Superlatives? The Class Abby Sunderland, Class Wino Most Talkative, Ann Feaster Mark Siddall, Friendliest Bob Lord, Nicest and Kay Halpern Mike Connelly, Roger Delgado; Peanut Butter Jelly Chris Collins, Class Walking Disaster Area am David F. Smith, Jack of All Trades Jon Waldron, Class Poet 1 32 of ’76 Has Brought Them Back Paula Cobb — Most contagious Pam Schwartzburg laugh na Class balleri Peter Fowler Most charming V Allen Dean — Most musical Perry Moss — Funniest Jen Osborne — Best figure Lorna Halsted — Most dramatic Sandy McGill — Shortest Jeff Gervickas — Teacher ' s pet Dan Winslow — Most school spirit Lee Leonard, Tidiest Ann O Connor, Funniest Chris Gray, Class Clown Peter Gordon, Class Brain Peggy Hilson, Best Dancer Tom Porter, Craziest Hick McGinn, Cutest Jake Gouin, Class Mechanic Janki Darity, Cutest 34 ■AX Mike Fiisia, Class Gossip Debbie Marion, Sweetest Ron LaVerdiere, Class Golfer Amv Hubert, Class Artist Steve Schwartz, Class Photographer (Colleen Marley, Bubbliest Terese Keohane, Nicest John (Jibson, Cilass Artist Cla.ss Outdoorsnian Lee Shumway — Best car C athi Bishop — Nicest smile Peter Teraspulsky — Dope-y Marv Cotv — Friendliest Mike Orr — Sleepiest Carl Berquist David Thayer — Class twins? Joe Holmes — Naturalist Denise Cary Ruby Costigan — Peanut Butter Jelly Sterl Phinney — Most serious Chuck Chandler — Doc Terry Filios, Smallest Barbara Kennelly, Quietest Jerry Janowitz, Most romantic Tom Vinsky, Tallest Jane Mahar, Grumpiest Geoff Gleare, Spaciest Debbie McConnell, Best dressed John Vassallo, Biggest head on smallest body Lisa Tarmey, Happiest 38 Peter Chametzky — Best Legs Scott P’itzgerald — School Stilt I Edgardo C ndelario — Best Dancer David Romer — Math Whiz Nellie Candelario — Laziest C. J. Peene — Bashful a i I i Kathy Hayes — Most Contagious Laugh Janet Lyman — Teacher ' s Pet 39 (p In the Sophmore Year . . . One learns how to drive . . . In the Junior year . . . Ahem . . . . . . Ahhh! 41 Cake Sale ’75 46 You Never Really Get Used To . . . School lunches . . . Lee Shumway’s charm . . . Some of those art room students 47 In his third and final year of coaching the ASMW team coach John Warthen has put together one of the most powerful teams in the history of Channel 22. Led by Charley Chandler and arch rival Tom (Chip) Quarles, along with Peter Chametzky, Jon Waldron, Dave Romer, and faithful alternate Keith Quinton, the team has reached peaks of knowledge never before reached by mortal men. As always the motto is never read when you can skim, superficiality above all”. The Debate Team made outstanding progress this year, emerging as one of the top powers in New England. On the novice level, Amherst debaters won awards wherever they went. On the varsity level as well, the team came into its own, becoming competitive with the best teams in the Northeast. Debate Club — 1ST ROW (L — R) — D Bailey, B Altshuler. D Stein. F, Collcry 2D ROW — J Baer (C,oach), O C.heyette, E Mankin. K Dzendolel, D A Smith. K Halpern. Ansia Petropulos. K Yrrung (master of ceremoniesf?) As Schools Match Wits — 1ST ROW (L — R), K. Quinton, D. Romer. T. Quarles. J. Warthen (Adv), C. Chandler, J. Waldron, French Club — 1ST ROW (L — R) — S Donohue. L Mascis. K Silva. L. McLellan, 2ND ROW (L — R) — W, Ouimette (Ad), L. Taylor (Pres ). C. Thomas (VP), M Hexter The French Club is planning to go to Montreal, Canada. We have fun and enjoy French culture and language. Most im- portantly — we enjoy each other. Au Revior Mes Amis! Graphic Arts Club — 1ST ROW (L — R) — P Perchak, A, Mackey, T, Marko, T White. T Gralinski (Ad ). 2ND ROW (L — R) — S. Howe, J Rowan, The Graphic Arts Club is a group of students interested in experiment- ing in various aspects of Graphic Arts. This group also is involved in the production of many school related jobs, including the Graphic. A c:iub — 1ST ROW(L _ R)_ J Mann. M Tarr, K I ' n-ld. I) Cla iiT. F Wilson 2ND ROW (I, — R) — B Oldcrshaw , M WarniT, P Warticr. P Wilkie. II Kilanell.S K.iiser. M Cnds.C Pi-Sun er, S Knpp The members of the Audio Visual Club are junior and senior high school students. The club provides assistance to teachers and community organizations in the opera- tion of A-V equipment. The Goldbug Editorial Staff is made up of dedicated, hardworking young people, who meet deadlines and compose the yearbook. We’re good sports — everyone of us! And our comrades in the Business Staff are ever faith- ful in their pursuit of people’s money — but for a good cause! Coldbug Business Staff — 1ST ROW (L — R) K Kimball, D. Marion. T. Livens, S. Silva, J Mones, M.A, Shea (Ad), L Lee. 2ND ROW (L — R) — P Ziomek. B. Lord. C. Collins, D. Johnson, M. Rogers. Coldbug Staff 1ST ROW (L — R) — M. Connelly, R. Smyser, 2ND ROW (L — R) S. Swartz, J. Osborn, A. Sunderland, J. Francis. R Delgado, A. O ' Connor, J Fagerson, B. Derby ( Adv ) 3RD ROW (L — R) T. Keohane, M, Levinger, J, Fowler, L. Shumway, P. Chametsky, j. Gibson, K. Maxson, M. Dempsey, M. Powers. Morning Announcements — (L — R) — T. Picha, D Camerino. S. Venman Student School Committee • Shaw. • (L — R) — A. Lieberman, M Levinger, K Young, R Gunner. D These faithful and true dispersers of the truths of the Universe are gone but not forgotten. You might call the Student School Committee an “unseen power” in school business. Although few people in the school are aware of what it is, not to mention what it does, or who’s on it, the Student School Committee does meet with the superintendent and Mr. Heffley twice a month; discussing problems in the school, hearing complaints from students, and sometimes taking action by going to the “real ” School Committee. ;raphic — 1ST ROW (L — R) — D Marion, D Dalton, R Paul, S Sherwood. C Chandler 2ND ROW (L — R) — M (aonlon, A. Progulske, C. Gray. A Smith. M Fusia. ' he Graphic staff works long hours to put out a high quality newspaper. Can’t you tell hat from the photograph? The I.S.C. was begun this year by students who felt the need to create a time and place for people from the many different cultures in the high school to socialize and learn from each other. Activities have included games from different countries, guest lectures, ping pong, and dinner parties. Internalional Sludcnis Club — 1ST ROW (L — R) — 1 Pham, L Chen. 1. Pruning A Saiijur 2ND ROW (t ' tt) D Pham, J, Chen, B Sze, M Masalehdan, R.R Safdarzadeh, R Tones. National Honor Society — 1ST ROW (L — R) — P Frird, K (iromack, D Marion, R. Kennedy (Pres,), K. Bak (Vice Pres ), J Mtxjres (Sec ), D Keedy, L. Lee, N Rogers 2ND ROW (L — R) A. Murphy, C. Horne, D Ford. (I C ' handler, D Maynard. N. Cournoyer, S. Fitzgerald, M, Dowell. P, Schwartzberg, L. Halsted, J. Bragg The National Honor Society is a large (but select) organization of students with envious grade point averages. Although members have no more than this in common, they do perform several indispensible functions — induction, new members and raising scholarship funds. Honor Society is characterized, however, by its packed, enthusiastic meetings. Outing Club — 1ST ROW {L — R) — A Gordon, T Konicek, A Lieberman, E Ertel, M Lauroesch, V Cleary, P. Sabey, S. Anderson, G VanPeski, E Krotkov, C. Kindahi. 2ND ROW (L — R) — D, Shaw, D Silvers. P Lin, A O’Connor, J Ford, J. Osborn, L Halsted, A Sunderland. G Holappa, (.. Coombs, J Klein, N. Cowles, S. Lilterer 3RD ROW (L — R) — C. Merrill, M. Fusia, R McGinn, D Dodge, C Manning. M Mauldon, J Gillispie, J Wiley, E Eosler, D Ulin. An Outing Club Alaphabet A is for Amherst High School B is for Birch and Bike and Bird C is for Cape, ending in Cod D is for Deer that run through the woods E is for Eggs that always break F is for Floafies in your cup G is for Gorp, the best treat of all H is for Hikers I is for Icicles J is for Jam, to squeeze or to eat K is for Kelty, the king of the pack L is for Lake, pertaining to George M is for Mountain, covered with snow N is for Noise which we usually make O is for Oatmeal, the worst food of all P is for Peak, the top of a mountain Q is for Quagmire, which frequents the trail R is for Rain on the tent S is for Snow T is for Trail, always very long U is for Utopia, home in the woods V is for Vermont, the great hiking place W is for Wyler ' s, faithful true X is for X marks the spot Y is for Yodel, just screaming in tune Z is for Zee end! i Tri-S consists of an eager group of girls whose main object is to raise funds for the Jeffrey Towson scholarship and the Tri-S formal. Some of their activities are the Christ- mas Bazaar, a Senior Citizen day, the companion pro- gram, and improving the physical appearance of the school. The Pep Club is an orga- nization which raises money to support the school in many ways. Its members attend all the football and basketball games and sell refresh- ments and programs. Pep Club ROW I (L — R) J. Marion, L. Mascis, B. Gilbert, D, Lamoureux, T. Drew, B. Frees, L. Tarmey, J. Darity, C. Marley, M, Coty. 2ND ROW (L — R) S. Banks. P. Lord, K. Gallagher, M. MacPherson, K. Silva. D. Johnson, R. Keyser, K, Roy, L. Gouin 3RD ROW (L — R) J. Kuzmeski, D, Cross. D, Carey, R. Costigan, A. Penza, N. Capen, R. Paul, D. Feng, A, Modrzakowski. Tri-S ROW I (L — R): T. Livens, A. Feaster, S. Silva, T. Freeman — sec., D, Shaw — vice pres., K. Sheerman, K, Garber tres., !ND ROW (L TO R) A. Penza, K. Maxson — pres., D. Johnso n, S, Culbertson, N. Capen, B. Szala, D. Camerino, E, Wittmer. The Ski Club is a group of students who share the same interest enthusiasm for skiing. They organized the club themselves, and go up North for Satur- day ski trips. ski Club 1ST ROW (L — R) C. Lenz, C. Coombs, K. Silva, L, McLellan, L. Mascis. 2ND ROW (1 — 5) L, Handrich, J Robinson, J. Gillispie, S. Schwartz, B, Szala. K, Maxon. The Rod Gun Club has done many things this year. It has sponsored the hunter safety program, a very popular class that helps students get their hunting licenses. We have also gone on many field trips: ice-fishing, snow mobiling, and ice hockey in the winter and Quabbin Reservoir fishing in the spring. It’s then when Mr, Cepek comes to gather up driftwood to share his wife’s cooking with us. A highlight too is the annual picnic when Perchak and Ziomek always make excellent potato salad and Col. Craig fries the chicken (just in case not enough fish is caught). Picnic awards were presented to: Dave Thayer — highest swan dive at Green River; Peter Perchak — biggest eater; Kevin Longto — best fisherman, Richard Vassallo — best (and most knowledgeable) camper. Rod and Gun Club — 1ST ROW (L — R) M Sacco, C. Drake (Pres.) S Thompson (V Pres). S. Maisner, H Walas. D Thayer. C Drake, C Fleury 2ND ROW (L — R)T Maisner. J Walas, D Thayer. A Howard. J (Revenger P Shumway, P Eddy, J. Craig (Ad), T, Eddy, P Perchak 1975-76 had to be a morale-boosting and rebuilding year for the Symphony Band, due to the large number of players lost to gradu- ation. The main activity was giving concerts. These performances were termed “highly successful” by Mr. Phillips, and included a program in which the Band played a Bach prelude and fugue. The Band also tried to build up the treasury during the year, using many methods one of which was picking apples. The Band was ably staffed by Dan Winslow (Pres), Joy Dean (Sec), Judy Bragg (Lib), Bobs Bond and Simon (Equipment Mgrs), and Beth Wellman, Bill Tyler, Matt Levinger, and Barney Plisko (Class Reps). Pep Band could be seen at all the football games this year, dedicatedly playing their instru- ments in the cold weather. But it proved worth every frigid mouth- piece when they helped cheer the football team onto the Division Championship. The Pep Band also played at home basketball games. Jazz Workshop SEATED: P Shepp, J. Griswold, D Mazor, S. Rich STANDING: T Porter. D. Chevan. The Jazz Workshop gave some performances this year, among them an informal concert in the auditorium. However, the J. W. stayed mainly in the music room, playing, singing and having a good time. At the begin- ning of the year the group consisted of a pia- nist and a few drum- mers, but later they were joined by a saxophonist, a singer, and others. An abundance of activities and successful concerts made ' 75-’76 particularly good for the Chorale. Members worked throughout the year on plans for their spring tour, including fund-raising activities such as tag sales, an Amherst Record subscription drive, a raffle, and a cabaret-style dinner. The tour took them to Toronto, Canada, and cities in Michi- gan. There were other big events for the Chorale this year. Among these was the November Bach F’estival, in which they performed Bach’s Canta- tas 78 and 131 and Motet VI. Brandenburg Con- certo no. 4 was also performed. Another event was the spring concert in which the Chorale and Cho- rus performed the Mozart Requiem. The two groups also participated in a Bicentennial program of Thompson’s Frostiana, a setting of Robert Frost s poems commissioned by the town of Am- herst for its own Bicentennial. All in all, it was a year of work, friendship, and fun. Chorale 1ST ROW: T Picha, D Ford, J Fagerson, E Hart. R Gunner, G Motts, A Dorman, T Hancock, K Carlson, B Skelly, D Smith. S Venman, M Soiithworth, C. Horne, L Halsted, C Houck, C. Bell 2ND ROW: D Peirce. J Keenan, A Petropoulos, B Singer. A Murphy. A Dean, S Anderson, S Budde, D King. J B Wyker, M Siddall, D Ziff, C Kindahl, C. Allen, K Zambello, D Smith, M Hunter, S McGinn Collegium — (SEATED:) D Smith, S. Litlerer, P. Judson, T. Picha. E. Hart. (STANDING:) S. Venman, C. Horne. M. Siddall, D. Glazier, J. Warthen, C. Bell, D. Ziff, J. Maggs. Chorus — SEATED: N. Reid, L. Gardner, K. Kittle. A. O’Byrne, D. Silver, E. Ertel, T. Keohane. STANDING: L. Mascis, K Dempesy, E. Wilson D. Albertson, M, Seaver, J. Levin, G. Freiband, M. Abercrombie. “What’s the Collegium Musi- cum?” is a question often asked when one hears about this group. Well, we are a small group of students and faculty which studies and performs ear- ly music. Members both sing and play early instruments such as the recorder in concerts which concentrate on solo and ensemble performance. The Collegium gave four concerts this year, the first of which was a December program of Medieval and Renaissance Christmas mu- sic, followed by a performance of late sixteenth and early seven- teenth century music in Febru- ary. A concert of Medieval mu- sic was given in March, and a Renaissance program complete with Renaissance dance was giv- en in June. ’75-’76 brought members of the male sex into the Chorus, which for many years had been made up entirely of girls. This increased interest made it possible for the group to perform a much wier range of music. The Chorus performed Buxtehude’s In Dulci Jubilo and a setting of madrigals, and Hammerschmidt’s Heilig ist der Herr in a joint concert with the Chorale. Other joint concerts with the Chorale were the Bicentennial concert, and the performance of the Mozart Requiem. A good and eager group,” said Mr. Nehus of this year’s Orchestra. Good because eighteen strings were accepted into Western Mass. District Orchestra, and five were recommended for All-state competition. Eager because a significant number of violinists volunteered to switch to viola to fill the gap left by graduation, which enabled the gr oup to obtain a good balance of sound. Orchestra members were joined weekly by severat Band members to give the group experience playing in both string and full orchestras. The Orchestra gave several concerts during the year, and also planned an exchange concert. 1975-76 was a revolutionary year for the Student Council. P ' or the first time ever no elec- tions were held for positions on the student government. All re- presentatives were voluntary, so the council was no longer a pop- ularity contest. That being the case, Karen Dzendolet and Pam Schwartzberg were elected co- chairpersons for the year. The Cross Country team dominated most meetings. We have contin- ued to forge forward, meeting problems as they come and try- ing to make the school into a better place. Student Council — 1ST ROW (L — R) — L, Kroon, P Ford, K. Dzendolet, P. Schwartzberg, R, Keyser 2ND ROW (L — R) — L. Wilkinson, B, Queen, R, McGinn, M. Hexter, L. Anastasia, 1! I I 1 I I The Thespians started off the year right (? with a cancellation of the controversia play, " Happy Birthday, Wanda June”. A present writing, production of “Stagi Door” is taking up Thespian energy. (Wi hope it will make it to opening night.) Thespians — ROW 1 (L — R) — P Sabey. E Hart. A Dorman, T Picha, K Dempesy, L Halsted (Pres.) ROW2(L — R),C. Bell, D Camerino (V P ), C. Horne,]. Keenen. D, Ziff. S. Venman. J. Gillispie, K. Moore, J. Levin, B. Altshuler. Unity 3 seeks to make Third World students mor j aware of the universal struggle of their people Individual identities, communication and intra-re lationships are strengthened with this group c brothers and sisters who are helping to create th real New World. Unity 3 — ROW 1 (L — R) — Baker. Paula Moss, N. Duncan, P Hilson. P. Baker, N. Candelario (Treas.). F. Houn, J. Harris. ROW 2(L — R) — A Alford, P Stevens. T Fuller. T Sze. S Wiggins, L Taylor, J Darity, Perry Moss. A Nobblen. ROW 3(L — R) — J. Moore. T Bond. T Jones. J, Candelario. R. Miles, HI. K. Martin. E. ( ' andelario. S6 duotcs from Chairniart Polls r 57 ' i It was a great season to he a Cheerleader, witli the super teams we had We w ill never forget the hours we spent cheering in th e pouring raim the time we swept the water off the soccer field so our team could pla the next da ; the hot days w e spent in August practicing and those freezing days practicing in De- cemher We will never forget: Rohhin and Katin leading us w ith their pep and mouths; Debbie M. smiling; Debbie Me looking for Timnn ; Janki and Colleen creating new moves for our cheers; Anne making bets she ne er paid of; Sue ipiickK exiting to the girls’ room; Joanne being alwaxs on time; ami Nancy being reads w ith the scorel V Foolball cheerleaders — 1ST ROW (L — R) — S Hanks. I) Lamniireiix. T Dress 2ND ROW (I, — J Marion. D Johnson. T Rrand, A Penza V. Football Cheer-Leaders — ROW 1 (L — R), R Paul (Cap! ), K Klein, (Cn-CaptO D XIarion, C XIarles D McConnell S Kmclil J kn ineski J D.irils r ■ J J ■ rT ' i Girls’ Volleyball — 1ST ROW (L — R) — j Richardson. S. Aubre , P Sabey, T. Franklin, S Gray. H Robinson 2ND ROW {L — R) — L Giard (Coach J, K Do d, C Holmes,] Mileszko, S Collins. L Lee. L Archer (Manager), P Robinson (Manager). 3RD ROW — (L — R) — A. Ostendarp. F Houn. M Hammann. R Smith. P Barber. K Carlson. B Corker. S, Donovan, G Mileszko. The Volley Ball team ended their season this year with a 10-2 record which put them in 2nd place. They also captured 2nd place in the Amherst volleyball tourney. Girls’ Swim Team — ROW 1(L — R) — A Meade, J Robinson. A Peterson. D Chisholm, B Ostendarp 2ND ROW (L — R) — N Jackson, D IVuilanger, N Field. L McLellan. D Simanski, M Field, J Meyers 3RD ROW (L — R) — B Rielly (Coach) — B Quinlan, P Halpin, M Feragen, J O’Donnell (( oach), A O ' Byrne. K Hughes. The Girls Swim Team had an had an undefeated season to become C-division champions, with a record of 13-0. Some highlights were: 200-yd medley relay: M. llotilanger, B guinlan, D. Boulanger, A. O ' Byrne (2:09.1); 200-yd individual medley: A. O ' Byrne (2:34,4); 500-yd freestyle: O ' Byrne (6:08.8); Diving: M. Feragen (144.84 pts); 100-yd freestyle: D. Boulanger ( 1: 10); 100-yd backstroke: A. Peterson (1:11.8); 100-yd breaststroke: B. Ostendarp (1:18.3); 200-yd freestyle: A. Peterson (2:14 1); 400-yd freestyle relay: D. Chisholm, J Hagberg, A. O ' Byrne, A. Peterson (4:20.5). Next season the team will be competing in B division. 60 Field Hockey — " We had a good season’’ R. Titzel K.C. trying to spend all practice warming up . . . Carol can finally touch her toes and Sheila Gettier is still thinking of new jumping-jack cheers. Jocelyn appears so she can choke through another practice . . . muddy grass and huge puddles. Ro and Karen L. doing drills alone . . . Karen Rak still hasn’t sewn her short’s pocket. “The “corner play " : a small drive, and Lisa Gettier proves she is the most agressive player — by breaking KC’s fingers. Our cheerleader’s: Trish and Cyndy . . . “Chatanooga Choo-Choo” by Melissa Kim . . . Paula Dugan screaming in the locker room. We keep Joy in her cage . . . maybe she 11 play this game. Sue Barker keeps adding to her collection of bruises on her shins. Ignoring the J.V.’s wind sprints . . . listening for the bell up town beating Frontier! Bonanza . . . “We had a good season ” . . . Field Hockey — 1ST ROW ' (L — R) — L Gettier. S Gettier,] Ford, P Diigan, M K.iin, T liultin, K Rak, R Tudryn BACK ROW (L — R) — R Titzel (coach), N Wogrin, S. Barker, L Wilkinson. K LaVerdiere. Kendall. J. Keyes. K Cromack, C. VanderZwaag J Soccer —( 1ST ROW L — R) M D Silver. T Brophy. M Mottla, R Gunner (( o-C apt). S Rauch (Co-Capl). S Plourde. K Aho, J Hasbrouck. M Luik 2ND ROW L — R) F (iross (Coacli). N Davis. K Robly. E. Zube. S. Peene. A Rothl erg, S Laml erl, D Peirce, J Lee. R O ' Connor, D Kim, T. Zajicek. B Stein, S Anibs. P Healy Tbe Soccer Team accomplished in 1975 many many things which seemed in August to be just dreams. By season’s end, statistics showed Amherst 10-11 in Hampshire League play, good for first place. From there it was on to Granby and Southwick for tournament games. Against Minnechaug, Marty White brought Amherst back from a 1-0 halftime deficit with 2 fourth-quarter goals. He netted 18 goals and 5 assists to break Dave Penza’s scoring record. We outscored opponents 48-27, and amassed 36 goals to opponent’s 13 during a ten game stretch. Lineman White was named to the Hampshire League All Star team, as were Tri-Captain John Vassallo at center half, center fullback Chris Collins, and goalie John Gallagher. Forward Dalton made 1st team as utility player. On the right side of the field, winger Tom Porter, halfback and Tri-captain Aaron Britt and fullback Craig Merrill made the 2nd team All-League squad. Rounding out the starters were Ricky “Tardo” Lambert at fullback. Bob Ackerman at half, and left wing Dave Porter, a sophmore with the hardest shot on the team. The ’Canes earned a reputation for coming from behind all season to pull out games. Coach Tom Gralinski also earned his team a reputation among league referees and coaches for having the most skilled and cleanest team in the league. " Gra” shaped soccer at A.R.H.S. from 2-10 (1973) to an 11-2-1 overall record in 75. The Varsity Team was a success not only for its won lost record, but because of the atmosphere which surrounded practices games. All the players were dedicated, but informality was the rule, as team members and coaches spent more time and energy “screwing around’’ than actually practicing. Coach Gralinski’s attitude was responsible for this. If there was one credo which could be assigned to the team, it was, “Do your best, but never let success get in the way of having a good time.” V Soccer — 1ST ROW - C. Britt, J. Gallagher. 2ND ROW - D. Dalton, G. Hollapa, T Bak, A Britt (Tri Capt ), S, Sherwood (Tri Capt ), J Vassallo (Tri Gapt ). C Bergquist. D Farquhar P Evans. 3RD ROW — S. Pitkin, C. Manning, D. Porter, C. Merrill, R Lambert, C. Collins, A Burke, M. Maselehdan, M White, W Ruhlandor, R Ackerman. T Porter. T Gralinski (Coach) For the 1st time since 1959 the Football Team claimed the Intercounty League Crown for themselves. Another cham- pionship won by the Canes was “The Western Central Super Bowl Division III Title.” We boasted a fine 9-10 record. The 9 wins were a school record for most wins in one season. The only loss came to the Suburban League powerhouse of Long- meadow. Because of our dominance of the Intercounty League during the last few years, we will move up to a more challenging Surbaban League next year. Our season had several highpoints. One of these was the 13-0 win over Turners Falls. During that game Tony Glenn intercepted a desperate Turners touchdown pass at the Hurri- canes’ 1 yard line and returned it 99 yards for a Amherst T.D. Another one was Jamie “Swivel Hips ” Koehler ' s 74 yard scramble across the field at Frontier. The hard hitting defense was very strong and only allowed Intercounty League Foes 27 points in 8 games, including 5 shutouts. While the explosive running attack of the offense ran up a total of 173 points in 8 games. Amherst dominated the All-League team by placing 8 men on it out of 22. Making the team on offense was Matus ko at Tackle, Progulske at Fullback, Glenn at Halfback and Bak at Guard. Offensive honorable mentions were Barr at Center and Koehler at Halfback. On the defensive All-League team were Matusko at Defen- sive Tacke, Progulske at Middle Linebacker, Glenn for De- fensive Halfback and Drake at Outside Linebacker. Honor- able mentions were Barr at Defensive End and Powers for Placekicker. The Canes will have many returning lettermen to be led by Tri-captains Tim Winslow and the Bobsie twins, Peter Bak and Chuck Drake. The ’Canes spirits are high for their audition into their new league. Who knows what great heights we will reach in ’77? Football — 1ST ROW (L — R) J. Koehler. J, Barr, B Brandts, “Mort ‘ Matuszko, A. Progulske. M. Fusia, A. Smith, “B J ” Lord. T Glenn. M Powers, J- Gawjenowski, 2ND ROW (L-R) N McClure. D. Albertson. T. Winslow. ( Drake. P Bak. R Hall. J McC onnell, J Eldo, J Keedy I 3RD ROW (L-R) R Bell, M Ryan, R Birch, J Ostendarp, P. Liu, P Shumway. B. Skelly. P Stevens, P. Shepp, P Baker, V C andennella. M. I Jerome, 4TH ROW {L-R) B Hastings. D Winslow. Coach P. Lengieza, Head Coach ■‘Bud ’ Kneeland, Coach j Hastings. S Fitzgerald, i " Goucho ’ Gawienowski. D ( ' avanaugh. The Pit and the Pendulum (A cross-country tragicomedy in four movements.) Prologue: (August) 102 degrees at midnight — Bill and Ed are still hanging around — It is summer and thoughts turn to running and fame. Ric says he’ll start to train next week . . . Bonsignore can’t be found. Ah, youth! The slap of new shoes on old roads, carbon-monoxide in the air, team workouts, pizza, the good life. Act 1: (midseason, in the pit) Call me Smitty. Ric leans back in his chair as Bonsignore stares icily at his cards. Whitney is standing in a corner. Jer seems nervous; there is tension in the air. Suddenly a huge figure looms in the doorway. All the pent up frustration explodes as the intruder is recognized: “Crowley, turn off the lights, three jacks!’’, the mob cries. Crowley. The word takes on sinister meaning. Crowley. Like some wierd incantation. The lights go off and pandemonium ensues. Act 2: (The same, a week later) In a sudden blow to the team, Waldo’s right leg falls off. " We re still very much in contention.” No room to move . . . Joe begins his struggle with his locker. Greg and Tim trade banalities as the room starts spinning. A dream: In the center of a vast colliseum, soldiers, dressed in blue and gold, stand guard. A gate, inscribed simply “A Lark ”, is opened and a hideous monster emerges. It has the body of a vega and a green face with sunglasses. I run for my life into a crowd . . . there is a presentation going on. “For the fourth year in a row, the award goes to . . . Carl Ackerman!’’ 1 am falllingg, falling down Turner’s hill. I wake up. My mind refuses to clear . . . Joe is still working at his task. ACT 3: (Franklin Park) We six are herded into a narrow slot where we will begin the race. It is very cold. Pete and Dave are quiet, Ric and I are in a pre-race trance. I can’t tell about Jer and ’Signore. Bruce takes our sweats, then, confusion; I want this thing over. (Anything for some warmth) We tense on the line, 200 of us . . . the years pass . . . the start — up a hill — swept along with a mass of runners — sprint if we can — finish . . . with no victory. Nothing matters right now. I’ll think about it later. ACT 4: (The finale: a party somewhere, under a table) A case! A case! Ric becomes philosophical . . . Bonsignore laughs offensively . . . Pete says something unintelligible and unheard . . . Whitney and Smitty play ping-pong. There are too many people here. “Distracted from distraction by distraction ”, I mumble. What have we don“? Something, I guess. This is how it all ends: Bonsignore gets lost and is never heard from. Ric and Pete are lost as Ric’s volkswaon disintegrates in a collision with a Venmobile. Waldo tears himself into pieces, Dave picks on someone too big and Jer jumps off a library. That’s all there is. There isn’t anymore Cross Country — 1ST ROW (KNEELING)(L — R) C Ackerman, B Rice, J Wolff — Co Cap., R. McGinn, Co. Cap., P. Chametzky, Co. Cap., D, Whitney, Co. Cap., (STANDING)(L — R) B. Smith, G. Thelen, E. Murphy. E. Peterson, S. McGinn. J. Hart, T. Halpin, Coach Crowley, Would you buy a used car from this man? Who is that masked man? Babs in Toyland Fighting the undercurrent So that’s a girl! r why Grandpa, what big arms you have! Ames in for refueling Evel Goodie rides again! Talk about worry lines! The Three Mouseketeers w WwM m l6L‘ ' ' nH y Happiness is . . . . 69 CHARLES ALLEN SCOTT AMBS GARY ANDERSON DAVID AUBREY KAREN E. BAK Band Stage 1, 2.3,4; (Chorale 4; Pep Bank 1.2..3.4; Band 1,2 Ice Hockey 2.3.4; l.acrosse 2,3.4. Soccer 2.3, (toss (auinlry 3, Ice Hockey 2,3,4; Outing (]lub 2,3,4; Amateur Radio A.ssoc. Tres, 3. Pres. 4 BaseBall 2,3,4 Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4, Goldbug 2.3. (Graphic 4; Gymnastics 1,2, 3,4. Nat I Honor Society 3.4. Sr. Core Comm. FIRST ROW (L — R) L. Leonard, (Sec.); D. Winslow, (Pres ); D. McConnell, SECOND ROW (L — R) P. Chamelzky, C. Chandler, R McGinn. K Maxsan, T. Porter. SUSAN BARKER Basketball 2; V ' olleyball 3.4; Chorus 2,3; Outing (;lub 4, Handljell C. ' hoir 1.2.3; Navi- gators 4; Ski Club 1. JAMES BARR Baseball 1-4. Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1-4, Wrestling 3,4; Boys State ' 75, Naviga- tors 3.4, All League Hon Mention Offen- sive Center 4, Defensive End 4. CATHERINE BELL Club 3, Chorale 4, Drama (dub (in P ' ngland) 1.2; Thespians 4. Horseback rid- ing, church choir LESLIE BENSON Ceramics 1,2.3; Hardees Fast Food 2,3. CARL BERGQUIST Baseball 1,2.3, 4, F(H)tball 1,2; Ice Hockey 2,3.4; Student (d)uncil 1; Iio s Slate ’75. Navigators 3.4 CRAIG BERGQUIST Rasehall 1,2. 3, 4, Ice Hockey 2.3.4, Soccer 2,3.4; Navigators 3.4 DEBBIE BLACK CATHLEEN D. BISHOP Hasketball Mgr 2,3, French (’lub 1, Librar- ian Asst 1; 4H C:lub, Bible Study, KRISTI BODIN MARTHA BOLCCH Stjiiash Racijuets 1-4, Cheer- leaders 1-4, Clas.s Officer, Pres 2, Sec. I. I• ' rench Club 1. Gymnas- tics 1-4, Pep Club 1-4, Stu Co 1.2, Tn S 1-4, Core (]omm 3.4 JANET BOOTHROYD ( oldbiig 2,3; (iymnastics 1,2,3, 4. Nat ' l Honor S K ' iety 3.4 JUDY BRAGG Basketball 2.3. Field Hockey 4, Softball 2; olle ball 2. Rand 1, 2,3.4, Pep Band 2,3,4; Navigators 3,4 BOB BRADTS AARON BRITT Baseball 1,2,3, 4, Soccer 1. 2,3,4, Wrestling 2. Nat ' l Honor Society 3,4, Navigators 3.4 CHRISTOPHER BRITT CINDY BROWN ANDREW Bl ' RKE DENISE CAREY Business ( lul) 3 4. Kiilure Hoinrnukcrs Club 2.3. IVp Cl.ll 4 MIC HAEL CAREY I WHENDY CARTER May all my enemies go to hell. Noel, Noel, N k I, Nck ' II’” — Hilaire BelltK- PETER CHAMET KY liasketball 1-4 Capt (4). Cross (Country 2.3,4. Capl (4), Track 2,3,4, Class Officer 4, Coldbug 4, (Jraphic 3; Stu ( o. 1,3,4, V I res 3, Thespians 2, All West Mass Cross Countrv 4. AAC Memlx ' r 3,4 CHARLES CHANDLER -As ScluKils Match Wits 2,3,4, (iohllnig 3. (Graphic 4, Nat 1 Honor Society 3,4, IVp (il.il) 4, ( ' .ore (iotnin 4 VINCE CLEARY Skiing 1,2. 3, 4, Band 1.2,3. Outing Cliil) 1,2, 3. 4. Stagt Band 1, Student Council 1, ' alle C cle Club PAl ' LA COBB CHRIS COLUNS Rasehall 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Soc- cer 2.3.4. RckI i Cun Club 1.2.3, Nacagators 3.4 MARK CONLON JIM COOK Golf 2,3, Ice HcK ' key 4; Graphic 4, Teach- Scciinming 2,3,4 er‘s , icl 2,3,4, Navigators 3,4 RUBY COSTIGAN MARY COTY (iraphic 3; Pep Club 3,4; CCD Teacher 2.3.4 I i il I I r mT 1 i 1. li ' 1 vilWrtv r KAREN CROMACK NICHOLAS COVRNOYER Baskt ' lball 2.3.4. Fit-Id Mwkey 2.3.4. Soft- DAVID DALTON (»olf 1. Skiitjg 4. Swimmtfig 3. ball 1.2.3. 4. Nat ' l Honor Soc-iely 3,4, Stu- Lacrosse 3.4. Swcer 1. 2,3.4. Swimming 2.3; al 1 Honor SikiHn 3.4 dent (aMincil 3 ED CROSSMAN KATHY CURRAN Outing Club 2.3.4 RICHARD DENKSIIA (toss Country 1.2 (Mgr), Track 1.2 (Mgr). Barui I.2.3.4. Orclics- Ira 1.2. Outing Cl 3. Pep Band 1.2. 3, 4. Stage Band 1.2, Air Force B()T( 3 4 JANIKI EVANCEUA DARITY ’ar (dieerleadi-r 3.4; (ioldbug 4 Stud (ioun 2,3,4. jr ( ' oi • iomm 3, Dance Workshop 3. fro Am Soc 1 -4. Tennis 4. Pep Cl 3.4. Ski Cl 2. Tri-S 2.3. LINDA DAVIES ALLEN DEAN (diorale 4. French Cl i. Graphic 3, Nat I Honor Soc 3.4. Orchestra 1 .2.3. (.ontemiK)- rars Music Ensemble 1.2,3. “TSO " KAREN DAMERELL MARK DOWELL Basketball I. Tenni.s 2,3,4, Band 2.3.4, Nat l Honor Soc- 3.4. Or- chestra 1-4. Pep Ban l 3.4, Dis- trict Band, Pioneer ' alle S m- phouN Orcliestra PHILIP DENYSE Taught Computer Programming at jr High 4, ALECH DESMOND Basketball (Mgr) 2.3.4; Football Track 1. 2.3.4. Pep Cl, 4 ANN DORMAN Chorale 3.4. (Chorus 2, Drama (]1. 2, French Cl 3; (ioldbug 4; Thespians 4 WAYNE DEWYNCAIRT Swimming 1.2; Chess Cl. 1. Orchestra 1 , CLARK DRAKE Hml 6i Gun C;Iub 1. 2,3,4 I I I NANCY DRAKE French Club 2,3,4. Pep Club 4, Student Lounge Comm. (Sec.) 1, Office Asst. 3.4; Cashier at Stop Ai Shop. KAREN DZENDOLET Tennis 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, Debating 2,3; Forensics; (Extemporaneous speaking) 2,3,4, NHS 3,4; Pep Band 1,2; St Co. 2,3,4; co-chairp erson 4, Reg. Ad, 2,3; Model Con- gress Del 4. " TSO ‘ THOMAS EDDY Football 1; Rod Gun Club 1,2,3,4 JUDY FAGERSON j Chorale 4; Chorus 2,3; Drama Club 1; ’ Spanish Club 1. TERESA E. FILIOS RICH FAY Bas(4)all 1.2,3, 4, Swimming 1 ,2,3,4. Outing (dub 3.4 ANNE FEASTER Cheerleader 2,3,4, Pep (dub 3.4, 2,3.4, Navigators 3.4. Tri S JOHN FENTON F K)lball 1,3, Skiing 2,3,4. MARTHA FERACEN Lacrosse 3; Sw imming 4. Gymnastics. 1 “I ' m nobody. Who are you?” Emily Dick- inson Field Hockey 3; Cheerleader 4; French (dub 1, Graphic 4, Literary Magazine 2; NHS 3,4, Orchestra 1,2. DANIEL FISK Baseball 1.4. Skiing i. 2,3,4, Soccer 2. Work Study at Bank SCOTT FITZGERALD ELLEN M. FLIGHT MARY FOLEY Baseball 1,2, 3,4, A ' C3ub 1, Biology ( lub Softball I (Mgr), 2, Medical C ' arrer Club 2, Talent Shows 1.2. Stu lenl Lounge I 2; Nat l Honor Soc 4. Mgr of F K)tball 3,4 (”amp C-mins lor. Student aide DANIEL FORD Art Cl 4, Baseball (Mgr) 2,3; Wrestling 2,3,4, Band 1.2.3. Cho- rale 4. Drama (3ub 2,3, Literary Magazine 4. Nat l Honor Soc- 3.4, District Band 2, Juggling I MARGARET FORD I Swimming 1.2,3; NHS 3.4, Orchestra 1. 2,3,4; Slu. Cou. 3,4; Hurricane Guards 3; District Orchestra 2,3,4; Young People ' s Symphony 2 PETER FOWLER Football 1, Lacrosse 2,3,4; Soccer 2, LD (3, CHRIS FRANKLIN A ' Club 1,2; Band 1. 2,3,4. Pep Rand L2,3,4. CATHY FREEMAN Softball 2; Business (d, 3,4, Future Home- makers (d 2.3, 4-H Leader Memlx r. Student Aide LEWIS FULLER 1 Wi 1 1 1 LAURA GARDNER JOHN GAWIENOWSKI F(K)tbalI 4. Tennis 2, Wrestling 2,3,4; Ghess c;l 1,2,3,4, Outing C:l. 3. ELIZABETH L. GETTIER Basketball 1,2,3, Cross Country 3; Field Hockey 1, 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Teacher Aide 75 - 76 . JOHN GIBSON Art Club 2,3,4, Cross Country 3; Track 1. 2,3,4; Class Officer (Sec.); Goldbug 2,3.4. MICHAEL FUSIA Baseball 1,2,3, 4; F(x)tball 1,2, 3, 4. Ice Hockey 2. Graphic 4 NORTH AMHERST SCHOOL GRADE 4 1967-68 TTZoTUTTV d KSInier ■p. M‘C loud FRANCOIS COUIN Rand 1,2; The Resloring and Building of cars. Auloshop asst, 3; Pelham Firefighters Assn. TONY GLENN ' Pef)iM r ' ’ F»K)tball I.2.3.4. Track 1.2.3.4 PETE GOODHIND R(ki Gun C:lul) 1.2; Work Study 3.4. Stu- deni Lounge Maintenance. CHRISTOPHER GRAY Ice Hockey 1.2,3, 4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Graphic PETER GORDON Deljating 2,3,4, Forensic Club 2,3,4; Nat’l Honor Soc. 3.4; Student Council 2, A 1 - ? UevMflir ' Ndu)05Mb DEBBIK GRISWOLD Business. Cl 3.4, Hockey (cheerleader 4, Yo uth (»rou|) ANDREA HALL Swimming 1,2,3, Orchestra 1,2,3,4. Pep ( " 3. Student Aide 4. Navigators 4. Explorer Post 557 2,3,4. Lassie League 1, Skating (d L ' A V II A I PKRN. ' IV 1 IIAlcirclxni Swimming 1,2, Debating 2. Forensics (ilub 4. (.oldlnig 4, Nal l Honor Society 3.4, Rus- sian (dub (Pres) 3, .Amh Dem Town (cOmm ; (’itizens Advisory C ' omm , Amh League of Wo. LORNA HALSTED (diorale 3,4{Pres ); Core (comm Mernl er 3. ( ' horus 2, Drama Club 1. Nat I Honor So 3.4. (3uting Club 3.4, Thespians 2,3,4(Pres) JOE HARRIS Basketball 1. Football 1, Track 1. 2, 3,4, Electronics ANN HASTINGS (Chorus 1; (iirl ' s Basketball (Mgr) 3,4; Walk JOHN HEATH CHRISTOPHER HASBROUCK For Mankind 4 KATHY HAYES Rod Gun Club 1.2. CYNDI HORNE H.ORKNCE HOl ' N Ua..-I,all 2, Track T hall 2-4, ANDY HOWARD MIS .!-4, Asian Amcr Eclu Hiickes 1 (iomm, l ac Asian C ' oal 3.4. AsiJt) Studies Curr group PAMELA HOWES Swimming 2,3. Orchestra 1. 4-H 1.2.3, 4 “the unexamined life is not worth living " (Socrates) Nal l Honor So- ciety 3.4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Outing (]1 3,4. Outing Cdub (’ore C ' omm 3.4 GERALD JANOWITZ Motocross racing ROBERT KENNEY DIANE KEEDY Nat 1 Hoiu)r StK- 3.4 CLIFFORD KELLY Smcer 1.2; Track 1,2, Outing (;1 1. 2. 3, 4; . rnh Coll Research Asst BARBARA KENNELLY Nat l Honor Soc. (Pres.) 3.4. Baseball 1. Basketball 1. Nat l Honor Soc 3,4. 2- vay Communications Services. Elec- tronics Repair, Pelham Firefighters .Assn TERESE KEOHANE Chorus 1,2; Goldbug 4; 4H Cl. 11,12. SARACRACE T. KNAUF GAAP(Ger Exchange Program) 3,4; Peer Group Counseling 4; Tutoring 4. Jazz Dance Group 3; I C- Community Theater KATHY KLEIN Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4 (Co-Cap); Pep club 3,4; C ' ore Comm 4 DEBORAH KNOBBS KATHY KIMBALL Nat’l Honor Society 3,4. JOY KEYES Basketball 1,2,3 Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4; Softball 1.2, 3,4. JAMIE KOEHLER ‘‘Salt’ ' Football 1,2, 3,4, Lacrosse 3,4; Graphic 4; Lacrosse Club 3,4 LIBBY KROON ANTONY KUNDERT Skiing 1, 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3, Student Council 4 SUE LACLAIRE DAVE LAFRANCE jm k LISA LEE CINDY LEN2 RICK LAMBERT Softball 1, 2, 3.4, Volleyball 2,3,4; Chorus 2.3; Goldbug 3; Gymnastics 1,2, Nat’l Hon- or Society 3,4; Outing Club 2,3,4, Outing Club Executive Comm. 3,4. Softball 2; Nat ' l Honor Society 3,4; Orches- tra 2,3.4; Outing Club 2,3.4; Basketball Mgr. 2,3; Softball Mgr, 3; District Orchestra 4; Young People’s Symphony 4; Navigators 3.4 LEE ANN LEONARD Sec. 3,4; 4-H Horsemasters, Pres. 2,3,4; Horse Showing 2,3,4. RICHARD LEWISON Swimming 2; Tennis 3; Outing Club 4; Ski Club 1.2,3.4. I I I I BOB LORD Baseball 1. 2,3,4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4 (0 C p). Navigators JANET LYMAN Track 1,2; Band 1,2; Goldbug 2, Workstudy 4; Science Aide 3; Home Ec. Aid 3; Guid- ance Aide 1.4. JANE MAHAR THOMAS MAISNER Art Club 2; Outing Club 2,3,4 (Exec. Com); Football 1; Wrestling 2; Rod Gun Club DOUG MACLEON Folkdancing 2. 1,2, 3,4. COLLEEN MARIE MARLEY Tennis 4, Varsity Cheerleader 4. Goldbug 4, Tri-S 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Ski Club 1.2. MOHAMMAD MASALEHDAN MICHAEL MASCIS DEBBIE MARION Cheerleaders 4; Goldbug 4; Graphic 4, Stu- dent Aide 4; Navigators 2,3.4. MIKE MATUSZKO Football 1, 2,3,4. Rod Gun Club 1,2.3. MARIA MAULDON Swimming 2; Orchestra 1,2,3. 4, Outing Club 4, YoungPeople Symphony 2; “Dis- met” Orch. 2.4, Skating Club 2; Russian Club 2: 4-H 1.2. KATHRYN LENA MAXSON Tennis 3; Goldbug 3.4; Graphic 3;Pep Club 3; Core Comm. Pres; 4; News Sports TV Show 1; Prom Comm. 3; Ski Club 1 Sec. Treas. MICHELE A. MATUSKO Outing Club 2.3.4. Volleyball 4; Tri-S 2; Ceramics 3.4 (Hampshire Coll) DAVID MAZOR " still raining, still dreaming” For- ensics Club 3; Librarian Asst 2,3; Jazz Workshop 3,4 DAVE MAYNARD French Club 1,2, Nat l Honor Society 3. DEBBIE MCCONNELL Field Hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 2,3,4; Cheerleader 4, Class Officer — V.P, 3,4 Treas. 1,2; Outing Club 4; Pep Club 4, Tri S 2,3,4. SANDI MCGILL Cheerleader (Capt.) 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Figure Skating; ‘The LGS will mse someday’. RIC MCGINN Basketball 1; Cross Country 1, 2.3,4 (Co- Capt); Track 1,2, 3, 4 (Co-Capt); Wrestling 3; Goldbug 4; Gymnastics 2; Student Coun- cil 1.2, 3.4; Thespians 2; ANDREW MCNEAL CRAIG MERRILL Bsktball 1,2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2,3,4; Restaurant Cook LINDA MCKEMMIE (Kemmer) Tri-S 2; AGDT 3.4, Work Study (Stop Shop) 2, .4. JEAN THERESA MOORES Band 1,3,4; French Club 2; Goldbug 3,4; Nat l Honor Society 3,4 (Sec); 4-H member leader 1,2,3,4; In 1974-75 Edition of Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Adv Bio Lab Asst 4 TERRY MORIARTY BRIAN MORTON PERRY MOSS Afro-American Society 1,2, 3, 4. Basketball 1,3,4; Football 1; Track 1; Band l,2;Pep Club 1; Stage Band 1 ELLEN NEWCOMBE Bsktball 1,2; Softball 1,2; Chorus 2.3; Girls Chorus 2,3; Goldbug 3; Outing Club 3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4; Tri-S 2; Navigators; Am- herst Explorer Law Enforcement Pres.. Sec.; Amherst Medical Explorers, Pres. ANN MURPHY Chorale 4; Chorus 3; Nat1 Honor Society 3.4. PETE NICOLAY Bsktball 2; Bootball 1. Science Club 2, Pel- ham Volunteer Fire Dept ANN O’CONNOR Drama Club 1.2, Goldbug 4; Outing Club 1.2,3, 4. Ski Club 1,2,4; U.A, 1.2, 3, 4, Three 0 s 1,2.3,4 TERRY OLANTECK JENNIFER OSBORN Art Club 3; Wrestling 4 (Capt. ); Goldbug 4; Outing Club 2,3,4; Rod Gun Club 4 (Pres.); Tri-S 3; Three O ' s. I KATHY O’NEIL iSwimming 2.3; Outing Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,4; Three O’s 1. 2,3,4. ROBBIN PAUL Cheerleader 2,3.4 (Capt); Pep Club 2,3,4; Tri-S 2; U A. 1,2,3, 4. CAROL PEENE Skiing 1,2; Softball 2; Swimming 1,2,3; Cheerleader 4; 4-H Horse. DON ORRELL PETER PERCHAK I Football 1,2; Pep Club 3; Rod Gun Club 1,2,3.4; Girl Watchers I 1, 2,3,4, Rod Gun Club Treas, 3; ADT 3.4; Graphic Art Group 4. CURT PETERSON Squash Raquets 2; Swimming 1, 2, 3,4; French Club I; Outing Club 2; Job Lord Jeffrey Inn; Competitive Cycling; Cross Country Skiing; Porsche Club of America. NORMAN PHILLIPS Wrestling 3,4; Outing Club 2; Ski Club 4. KATRINA PICHA Chorale 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Nat l Honor Soci- ety 2,3,4; Outing Club 3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Collegium Musicum 3,4; District Chorus 3. STEVE PITKIN Soccer 2, J V. Capt, 3.4. Sking 3,4, Lacrosse j 3, Class Pres. 2. Veteran Lord Jeff Buddy. | ; I i TOM PORTER Soccer 2.3,4; Forensics Club 3 (ioldbug 3, Literary Magazine 4 Thespians 3; Jazz Workshop 4 Student School ( ' omm. 3; Nat l MARK POWERS Football 1. 2.3.4; Golf 2,3,4, Goldbug 4, NORMA PRATT ALAN PROGULSKE KEITH QUINTON As Schools Match Wits 4; Soccer 1, Squash Raquets 3,4; Nat’l Hon- or Society 3,4; Outing Club 2,3; Five College Folkdancing 2,3,4. PAMELA SABEY Bsktball. 2; Softball 1,2; Volley- ball 3,4; Nat ' l Honor Society 3,4; Outing Club 4, Thespians 3,4. BILL RUHLANDER Baseball 1; Golf 2; Skiing 1,2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Nat 1 Honor Society 3. NANCY ROGERS Bsktball 1; Volleyball 3; French Club 1 Goldbug 3,4; Nat’l Honor Society 3,4; Out- ing Club 3,4. KEN ROSS Football 2,3,4; Chess Club 3. GARY ALAN REHORKA Police Explorer Scouts STEPHEN SCHWARTZ Lacrosse 4; Drama Club 3,4; Goldbug 4, Student Council 1; Ski Club 2,3, 4,5; Gap Club 1,2,3, 4; L.D Clem 1,2,3,4. SETH SHERWOOD Football 1; Ice Hockey 2; Soccer 2,3,4; Track 3; Graphic 4. KAREN SHEERMAN Softball 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Pep Club 3, Tri-S 4 MICHAEL SACCO Rod Gun Club 1, 2,3,4. ELIZABETH SCANLON ELIZABETH SLATTERY Art Club 2,3; Debating 1. PAUL SHUMWAY ANDY SMITH Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 3.4; Ice Hockey 2; Graphic 4. LEE SHUMWAY MARK SIDALL Lacrosse 2; Chorale 3.4 (VP ); Outing Club 3; Collegium Musicum 4. DAVID A. SMITH Chorale 4, Debating 2.3.4 (VP); Nat I Honor Society 3.4, Colle- gium Musicum 3,4. MARTHA SOUTHWORTH C heerleader 1,2,3; Chorale 3,4; Chorus 2.3,4, Pep Club 2.3; Tri-S 2.3.4. THOMAS STRATFORD Louis Foods. Church; Young People; Stamp ABIGAIL SUNDERLAND Bsktball 1,2,3; Swimming 2; Goldbug 4; Blood Drive 3.4. LISA TARMEY Wrestling (Capt) 3,4; Cheerleader 2; Gold- bug 4 (Editor); Virgo ' Tee " ; Nat‘l Person Society; Peer Group Counseling; One hel- luva woman!; “Bosco”. JAMES WALAS Rod Cun Club 2,3.4; JANE WASKIEWICZ ROSANNA WATKINSON BARBARA WEBB ELIZABETH WELLMAN JOHN VASSALLO Seniors not pictured: Daniel Frazier Gayt Mileszko Gail Ainsworth Julie Frederick Anthony Nobblen Gerard Alterisio Jeffrey Gervickas Eileen O’Brien Barry Altshuler Justin Griswold Michael Orr Lesley Bartus John Harrelson Ann Ostendarp David Bernstein Glen Hawthorne Tom Quarles Stephen Bosley Robert Heronemus Carl Reed Charles Brooks Peggy Hilson Scott Riemer Jon Burak Joseph Holmes David Romer Edgardo Candelario Kathleen Holmes Reza Safdarzadeh Nelida Candelario James Jerome Pam Schwarlzberg Timothy Carlisle Leeann Kielbowicz David F. Smith Thomas Clark LuAnn Laclaire Tod Snyder Geoffrey Cleare Elizabeth Laurenson Conrad Soons Paula Cobb Thai-hi Lee Steve Stosz Michael Connelly Nancy Likens Bill Sze Elizabeth Decources Keven Longto Peter Teraspulsky Roger Delgado Michael Marko Neil Towson Charles Dodge Deb Markuson Michele Walas Irasema Feliciano Norval McClure John Waldron Gina Fenton John McLaughlin Jeremy Wolff CYNTHIA THOMAS JIM WENTWORTH Band 1,2,3, Biology Club 2,3,4, French Club 2; Nat ' l Honor Soci- ety 3.4. Pep Band 1,2,3, 4. Stage Band 1.2, So, Church P F DAVE WHITNEY Crosscountry 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2; JIM WILEY Wrestling 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Capt X-coun- Biology Club 3; Craphic 2; Outing Club CARY WEATHERBY try 4, Capt Wrestling 3,4 KATHY WHITTEMORE 3,4; So. Cong’l Church Youth Croup. Winter Sports Varsity C. Lenz, Mgr . ) Braag, Mgr , Miss Lawson. P Moss. J Gerski, E. Snyder, R Smith. A Hastings. Mgr , A Ostendarp. mgr 2ND. C. Vanderzwaag, S. Collins, P Barber. K ( ' romack, T Hultin, B Corker (;irls Basketball 197b Senior, Karen Cromack and Jnnior Peggy Barber led a onng and inexperienced team to a surprisingly successfid .season. The team finished 3rd in their league with a 9-5 record. Strong defensive play was responsible for our good record. The outlook for 77 is bright as only “KC " gradu- ates. Peggy Barber and Sherry Collins were the scoring leaders. Carol V ' anderzwaag and Paula Moss the top re- bounders. The youngest J.V. in A.R H.S. history, 8 ninth graders plus 4 upper classmen, compiled a 6-8 record. Coach Mary Ann Shea did an excellent job of bringing along a team that had played very little basketball. Debbie Vlach and Sheila Gettier led the scores. X ' arsity Swimming In their first season of B division competition, the Hur- ricane swimmers had an excellent season. Their 8-6 re- cord was good for second place behind Chicopee Comp, and thev fared equally well in Western Mass., State, and Ne« England competition. The team is a young one, with onl three seniors, all freestylers. Rich Fay, Jim Cook, and Peter Ziomek all had fine seasons and will be missed. Between them and the rest of the team eight school re- cords were broken this season. Bill Tyler, with six records, and Steve Peene, with four, will both return, along with four juniors, five sophomores, three freshmen, and three eight graders. This should provide Coach Jim O ' Donnell with the nucleus of another fine season next vear. Swim Team T Halpin, S Peene. J OH)k, B Tyler. J W ilf. N Shifflett. 2ND. R Kay. P Zlom k, R (iere, E. Ztiln . B Simon. P Ooiise, T Cowels The 5- (6 season was another successful one for the basketball team, with the varsity team compiling a 16-4 record and capturing the Hampshire crown. Special paise should go to (,oach Tom Styspeck and his assistant Al Jacque for putting together a team that defied most pre-season predictions w hich placed then no higher than third. Varsity Basketball: 1ST ROW: J Lyon; P Moss; Hebb. P Clianietzky; J V ' assalln, 2ND ROW: Coach Styspeck; P, Goodhind; M. White; J Chandler; B. Hillson; J. Bonsignore; C. Collins; B Flood; A Desmond The one returning starter Artie Hebb constantly led the team to victories with his outstanding scoring, relxttmding and defense. Seniors John V ' assallo, John Bonsignore an l C-o-captain Peter C.hametzky with his spectacular shooting, Vassallo with his ball handling, quickness and defense and Bonsignore w ho could spell either one with equal competence. The big meit on the team were juniors. Jack (diandler. Bob Flood, Jeremy Lyon, and Senior Chris Collins. Chandler was a dominating rebounder and excellent inside .scorer. Bob Flood was an aggressive and quick defensive player. Lyon was a good streak shooter. Collins was an aggressive hustler. Once again the Hampshire League championship returned to the proper place at the close of another exciting season. TOP; A Penza STANDING; D Rmilanger; D Johnson, K Silva; I. Mascis SITTING; D Fang. L Varsity Gheerleaders T Filios; Clapt , Sue Gulhcrlson; S McCiill; E. Paul; L.Hillenbrand, Burgess; K Klien. T Brand STANDING; T Graves. J Voipe; Duddly, B Hasting, B Hillson, K Zanbello; G Gomo 2ND; P Goodbind; M White, M Clemmer, M Honinberg, J Ralph; D Porter Hockey Team 1ST ROW: D Stoneham. J Sheehan; A. Progulski (Capt ); David Kim. M. Saheed; B. Gladchuck; G. Gray; 2ND ROW: B O Connor; C. Moner; B. Williams; T Rak. J Lamoureux; K. Johnson. J Ambs; E, Swanson. C Sledman; C. Berquist. Despite having a disappointing final record, the hockey team had several bright spots and the outlook is good for the next year. They w ere rarely outclassed in any games and did quite well against the stronger Springfield teams. Very few of their losses were by more than one goal, and the younger players on the team gained a great deal of experience for next year. Senior Tri-captains Al Progulski, Scott Ambs, and Carl Bergquist will be greatly missed next year. Carl Bergquist and Ambs were the leading scorers, while Gray played several great games in goal. If he didn’t get all-league, he certainly deserved it, as he kept the skaters in many games. Coach John Gallagher hopes the returning underclassmen will provide him with as many good games as these players did, and hopefully a better record. 1ST ROW: S. Reynolds. M, MacPherson; B. Winner (Tri-Captains); S. Gray; D Robinson, K Garger. 2ND ROW: J Lund. K Whiltemore; C.J Peene; D. Griswold, Gymnastics — Despite illnesses and injuries throughout the season, the girls’ gymnastics team managed to finish off with a respectable 6-, 5 record and a fourth place in Western Mass. League. In dual meet competition senior co-captains Ka- ren Bak and Janet Boothryod, and Betty and Becka Ludtke anchored the line-up with help from Me- lissa Kim, Tracy Drew, Vicky Wheeler, Martha Boluch, Beth Ostendarp, Alice Coty, and Kate Holmes. In the Western Mass, meet the team was pre- sented with a trophy in recognition of being unde- feated over the past three years on balance beam. .Amherst also had two individual winners in this event. Betty Ludtke took third place and Janet Boothroyd was sixth. Qualifiers for the state meet this year were Janet Boothroyd, And Betty and Becka Ludtke. For the first time since the high school gymnas- tics team was initiated four years ago, coach Ruth Mor.se will be losing some team members. They are seniors Janet Boothroyd, Karen Bak, and Mar- tha Boluch. Ms. Morse will look to Lisa McClellan, Lucy Smith, and Lauria Laverdiere to help make next vear’s season a winner. M LaClaire, D. Golfin. T. Gawienowski. Jim Barr, J Ga Philip. venouski, S McCMoud, B.Lord, J Ostendarp, D Ford, J Elko. D Zartman, D Whitney, H Ski Club 1ST ROW (L — R) F. Kammer, A. Dullivard, S Sabich, T Fisk, B. Cochran. P Dugan, K LaVerdiere, J Odermatt. 2ND ROW (L — R) B Kidd, I- C. Killy, T. Palmer, Wrestling This years wrestling team had the most successful season in the history of Amherst High School. “C oach” George Ireland, in his 2nd year, took the experience the team had and shaped them into a winning combi- nation. With 9 returning letterman, the grapplers pasted their best record ever with a 13-4 mark. Losing only one match in their division, they were co-champions along with Granby and Quabbin. Led by co-captains Bob Lord at 134 lbs. and Dave Whitney at 114 lbs, the Hurrican munutemen broke the previous best record of 9-6 by mid-season with a win over Putnam. They put on a fine showing against powerful Westfield and lost by one point to Western Mass, runnerup Granby. Seniors who will be missed next season are: Dan Ford at 100 lbs., Randy Phillips at 121 lbs, John Gawienowski at 157 lbs. and Jim Barr at 169 lbs. However, the outlook is good for the next year with five returning starters and a strong nucleus on the J.V. squad. Ski Team This season has proved to be a disappointing one for the ARHS men of the mountains. Our ski team had hoped to mop up the Western Mass. A Division this ear. Unfortunately, there were a few too many bad breaks. The team suffered many unnecessary losses because of the absence of key racers. The showmen posted a 9-4-1 record, not bad, but it isn ' t what could have been accomplished. The ski team consists of: seniors; Nick Cournoyer, Charlie Dodge, John Fenton, Don Fisk, Ron LaVerdiere, Mike Mascis, Steve Pitkin, juniors; Ralphanzo Gunner, Craig (B.T.) Manning, Dave Norden, John Robinson, sophmores; Paula Du- gan, Karen LaVerdiere. The racers are coached by that illustrious Mark s Meadow gym teacher, John Gushing. Now that the season is over, we must look back and remember the seniors. Fentuchilay fell too often. LaVerdiere broke too many pairs of skis. Pitkin was up singing in the chairlift. Mascis never showed up to practice. Dodge was talking himself into the Olympics. Fisk was off working at the bank. Gour- noyer was recovering from his trip to Stowe. It’s A Thing Called . . Friendship r -T ' -r v “A Time For Us” — Tri-S Winter Formal The Tri S Queen and lier Omrl L TO R: Terr Livens, Alison IVjJza. Kate Masson (Queen). Katlis (IjrlHT. janki l)aril i Credits: Goldbug of ’76 Editorial Staff: Blanche Derby, (Ad); Peter Chametzky, Mike Connelly, Janki Darity, (Ed.); Roger Delgado, Ann Dorman, Brian Eagan, Judy Fagerson, John F ' rancis, Jon Fowler, Kay flalpern, Terese Keohane, Matt Levinger, C olleen Marley, Kate Ma.xson, Ric McGinn, Ann O’C onnor, (Ed ), Jennifer Osborn, Steve Schwartz, Lee Sluimway, Abby Sunderland, Lisa Tarmey, (Ed), and Mark Powers. Business Staff: Mary Ann Shea, (Ad ); K. Kimball, D. Marion, T. Livens, S. Silv, J. Mones, L. Lee, P. Ziomek, B. Lord, C. Collins, D. Johnson, M. Rogers. Cover: Peter Gordon Endsheets: John Gibson Title Page: Dan Ford Faculty Divider: Helena Trubaunis How To Survive ARHS; Writer: Brian Eagan; Artist, Rob Smyser Metamorphosis: Kay Halpern, John Francis Fashion with Sammy P: Terese Keohane You never really get used to: Ann Dorman, Judy Fagerson Activity Divider: Rob Smyser Quotes From Chairman Potts: Writer: Pete C hametzky; Artist: John Gibson Fall Sports Divider: Steve Schwartz Senior Divider: Ann Dorman, Judy Fagerson, Jennifer Osborn Photographers: Steve Schwartz, (Ed ), Dan Winslow, Debbie Camerino, Russ Mader, John Gillespie, John Rowan, Matt Dempsey, Pam Schwartzberg, Matt Levinger, Ann O’C onnor, Jennifer Osborn, Terese Keohane, Lee Shumway, Ann Dorman, Judy Fagerson, Ric McGinn, Tommy Fuller, Mark Siddall, David Kim, Tom Peterson, C olleen Marley, Abby Sunderland, Mitch Koldy, 0 III €


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