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

 - Class of 1981

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UL orVci Tke Yearbook S4ctff ' ' LOkai- picWeS ' S vie U A-i-f ‘CAJL It H • • L f 9 ' moLl u ec ynes Ow+k»J Lfeu6rv{. +kt Q :j orf - y-eJL • • Some. Sort o-f secfibn c -f -H e. Soul) o ' ? " cxT+zs-t... Here, is ou r corcl-Htcclriotx, Ekj6 . LO ' -il CLASS ' . ' ILL Laurie Adams Leaves a- ' -ain Beth Aldrich leaves without a sound Christohper Allen leaves Sail " and Barb f-ust rated Michael Allen leaves ever ' one v. onderin " " v;ho is that u " " " E ' ‘die Apor3.aca leaves " An-ti social! I hate the world " Sharon Archer leaves to become ornhan A nies understudy Jason Austin leaves Audrey cryin- " Theresa Bah leaves with a smile Kathleen Bail iea,ves for " Ivnolder " nlaces Howard Banner leaves for " the call! " Scott Barna.rd leaves others thinhin his last name is bc.rn ' ' and Kim Bern " ’- leaves suite contrary Robert Barnicle lea,v ' s with one himdred bottles of beer on the wall Douylas Bell leaves somethin: " " u.nder his shirt Ruth Benander leaves for those Colorado Rock " ' - Mountains Jeremy Berkman leaves v. ' onderin ' " v.liy he ever liked oranre David Berlin leaves to do more strange theatrics Hunter Berner leaves to do Marlboro commercials Ka,thleen Berr ' leaves hannily Melanie Best leaves kilted David Boyartz leaves not Buyene Patricia Bonsi ore lea.ves to bur- ' - the hatchet Ann Bovvers leaves for bi ' " er and better thing ' s G-eora;e Brace leaves after Ann David Bra " yoes away David Brown leaves ' innin Michael Brown leaves whth Lori-Beth Clark Callahan leaves with o.n emnty bottle in his locker Elizabeth Cantor leaves thinkin- she is rraduat in.f " - from UBCass Philip Carnino leaves rejected Josenh Cernada leaves silent 1 " " sm iiin " AMHERST REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY Amherst MA 01002 Chris Chalsma leaves in a flash Benjamin Chickenin ' leaves for Saturn JaneMarie Clark leaves vith a TTorthamnt on Hi " h School coat and a cowboy hat Theodore Clark leaves a shade darker than everyone else Jeffrey Cobb leaves wishing someone would yo to the class picnic Judith Cole, leaves lookin ' - for missin ' props Donald Coleman leaves lookin ' " for higher stakes Patricia Connelly can ' t w ' ait to leave Joseph Cook leaves on a motorcycle Robert Corcoran leaves never knovin ' " who went to his birthd party Donna Coulombc le? ves dr in ■ her e’ ' es Willi am Crouse les.ves 60 -noun-vds behind Lynn Cunninwham leaves edited out Edward Curran follows the yellow bricl: road Kris Curtis leaves after finall ' - ' ' " ettin- here Holly Darnerell leca ' es a t rans-clinue sual Forrest Daniels loaves too smootli Evelyn Dean leaves sinyin - the 14 days of Lake Georye Jesse Dizard leaves to save the world from the throes of capitalism Brett Dod " e leaves people a.fraid to siiakc his hand Kellie Dohert " computes awa:’’ Christine Donovan leaves her southern drawl at Buryer Kiny Frank Doucette leaves his dice to C ' isholm Gentry Scott Drake leave s ; eat in " yodles Matthew’ Dw’yer leaves wearin - Mrs. C. s bathrobe Susan Edd ' " leaves with Scott Hebert Eidt leaven as tlie Grand Pu-na ' w Paul Ennis leaves v.’ith it still in his briefcase Eriks Szerins takes the Ez-wa: ' oin.t Anita Pabos leaves with a cravin for We in and Berbers Jacqueline Prison leaves willin ' " l.y G i an-h!ar i o Pat a lo ave s no rli.a-o s Geoffrey Peiler stumbles out scciall’ ' concerned Angelica Fenner fades av;a Armando Fernandes leaves Elizabeth FiliotD leaves ”koh— onerativelv " Lisa Fiorelli leaves with the nicest toe nails in town Anthony Fish casts off Lori Fleury leaves her st eno -ranhers pad to Julie Cleveland Paul Ford leaves in a Lincoln Continental Mark Fors ' jth leaves convinced blondes have more fun Alice Fon leaves for Von e and I. ' adamoislle Douplas I rede rick leaves for the halls of T. ' ontezur ' a and the shores of Trinole Anne C-allahier leaves for sand: ' beaches John Gat slick leaves everyone wonderinr hov; iie fit into his Mary Gawienov.ski leaves for Mart-rdom ,1 ' eans Michael Gilbert leaves dribblin- before he shoots a basket John Gonter leaves on skis Pi chard Giloert leaves emulatin ' ' Panunscl David Gouin leaves on Inter skate 01 Jeffrey Gould leaves thinkin- he ' s the hottest ticket in to David Green leaves havin " a cold n Katherine Greenebausi leaves ho.vin- finally ' otten rid of iicr teachers pet ima- ' e Alexander Gurski leaves wonderin : what a " B " is Peter Plall leo,ves with Tira and Bruce Pebekah Hall leaves " La " -vern Timothv Hall leaves with Bruce and Pete Mary Halpin leaves :to be found in the cellar of a ounk club somewhere in London Daniel Harper lec-.ves.to become the next midniyht cowboj Anne Harrison- flius out April Hart leaves alternatively James Hart leaves ' -arbed for " THE MOTOPCYCLE GANG " Bn;.ce Hast in ' -s le-aves with Tirn and Pete Debbie Haurhe:?- leaves wishin ' - the Hee-Haw jokes v:ould end Melissa Hea ' oh leo.ves Brown— ed and served Ketih Hill leaves in classy shoes Hon Hillel ar ' xies about leavin ' Susan Iloadie.y leaves her entire collection of plaid skirts to Elizabeth Carrol Iv ' ark Hohlstein leaves playinu his flute Robert Holmes leaves alone for Bovdoin Rut.hanna Hooke leaves oroud of never ha.vin,y heard of Brooke Shields Sally Hov:ard leaves drea.min ' " of her rich Texan Thomas Hruska leaves still refusin to nut on his shirt Scott Inu ram leaves v.ithi his Kcll " - " " irl John Ivev leaves as G-ods . ' ' ift to v onen (or so he thinks) Karen Jarrixon loaves as G-ods ift to ' .iien (or so she t’lihks) Kristin Ja ne leaves throu. " h t ' ' .e art room corridor Bebora.h Jenniru ' -s leaves ver” ciietly Russell Johnson leaves forcin ' evcr- ' ' o? " i.e to bu: ' hs,ts Christopher Jones ,1oas av ay; Claes Kalbor " leaves hearinu ' Clees, Cla.se, Clos, Lows, Klows, Ki.au Cedainis Kaulenas leaves without ever hearin his name orono nneed riyht Philip ICeedy loaves ' ladly Lisa Kelle:’ leaves bein ' " a consultant for " Dear Abbe” " Greyor- ' Keochakian lea.ves climbin ' " the wall Tracy Keyes lea,ves a job well done Ashkan rChochatefeh leaves thinkir. ' " America belorm ' s in th‘ trash ca David Kin " - " leaa es fl?n.n - airnlanes Katherine Kle:ixer leaves to join the Bush Tetra ' s Peter Ifniyht les ves in shinin - an-ior John Kniyhti.y leaves with a " liaou ' ' Pace " Scott Koh leaves learin " at Beth Karyl Krake r le ave s ye 11 in " at An dre a Cynthia. Lamb leaves for nrice- " ch,or)r;ers " Jonathan Lambert lea.ves flinvin ' - " oaAt ' - -s " Gates Larson leaves with aii intense srj.rt on. Hie hard La. s:iw ay. " leaves pe o n 1 e t re .ib 1 i n " Teresa Lavaiie leaves " LA " school Peter Lawall leaves to becooxe Dr. Franice note ins assistant Denise Lav.-le’r leaves for Blair, Cuttiny and Smith Andrea Llamas Llea,ves Philip Lazarus takes " the bod " with hiiv; Laura Learnan skates av;a.y Kenneth Lee leaves his tennis racket to Johnny Schimriei Charles Lehrer leaves ail " set " Joseph Leistvna leaves the coos behind John Lennox iea.ves Jeb alone Suzanne Lerz leaves still waitin ' - for a fire tmek Patrick Li leaves K.l.T CKost Intelligent TcenarerJ Erik Lillya blo’ T-; a Richard Lind ' -i ' -en ta,kes our onl " winnin ' - team with him Karl Lonwto leaves knowin " cve:—- crank on the audit oi’ium door David Lucas leaves ore tendin ' - he’s listenin ' ' to IKariD John Luddy a Icmend in his own :. ' ind r.iOnluedee Luecha leaves snartl- ' Nancy A. Lynch leaves " marked " for life Nancy K. Lynch " No, we are iiot 2 ' ' olated " David Ilachowski leaves necdin a shelve David Nack lear e s v ith wet hair Karin Kadson leaves in an altered state Judith Kay-s leaves still not wnntin " to see an ' 1 rated movie Nirnal Kahtani leaves almost normal Daniel Kainzer leaves under estimated Rosendo L;o,rciilo leaves batin ' " his ,icllo t.arren Ida.-’- leo,ves in June (sorry ' o.rren) Sheni Lynn Hazor leaves lau-hin " at her von .jokes Kaurice Kazzei leaves as Peter Lorraine NcGrath leaves " Ge or-e-ou.s " and " 3krop-t ious " Timoth’;’- Me lie " Iea.ves everi’-one la.uahiny Taimy Kercer leaves for the Pelham. Hills Kelanie Kerri am leaves as Miriam Kelanie Kathr.-n lie te via leaves a Tom-yirl Karen Meyers loaves wonder iny in awe at her own attributes Kenneth Kireault leaves with the soda maciiine David Ilitchell follows Tamimy out Ka.rie. Dejusus Monserrs.te leaves with !ier " teddy " Carol rioore leaves on a tv. ' o-tonel nurnle noned He r i b e rt 0 I- o ral e s 1 e ave s wit h a, re cord I.Iichele Horan leo.ves as the Price Choppers cashier of the pear Stephen Llorrell runs a.fter Chris Anne Horse leaves in knichers Terrp Moulder leaves in a lircosine Chrsitonher r. ' n.llin ' oes off the air Colin Hurra " ’ leaves ]mmin v it ' " ' his ;.iiou.th ho.lf open Eric I ' lakkim leaves for Hawaii a- ' “?,in Ja,mes Ifeill leaves tha,nkin Cod he ' s not Jin Hie Iris Hiep H os ' en leaves before Hoa Hoa, Tluiu’en leaves after Kicn Paul ITissenbaiini lea.ves Peelin ' " sorr’- for himself Brian Hoval leaves on a dirt bi]-:e Kathleen O ' Rourke leaves ori " ' ' t Irene Ostenda..rn Irene ? ? ?!! Hprta Owen will lea.ve, bu.t she needs heln ns-ckin " Tammy Pa ye leaves know in ■ her " ]iCcart-r;an " is La ' Vrence Paul leaves out of bounds Heather Peck leaves for Porest Hills Re - " " ina Plaza leaves ' for Kelly ' s diner Paul Plourdc lea,ves -rnowin ■ } ' ' Ov. ' to doflote a. ■nersors e ' ' 0 C ' larles Poll leaves to was’: wishes Thomas . Pot swald leaves his •rcuo ' " ' of a lab o.id behind Hu 3 s e 1 1 ?o v; e r s 1 c ave s v ' rv. s s e 1 1 i n Sara Procopio . leave s not ha.vin the fo lest Stew ' art pi.isc " leaves in Jo ' ■ ' in shorts Tracy Quinton leaves throwin ’ another nartv 3u s an Re. J t e r 1 e a.v e s her " L o d ■ i n s " Clifford Haskind leaves to beco ' .ie the .hmerican G-i ' ilo Lisa Re’moids leaves on foot Alan Rice cue st ions iea,vin Kathleen Richards leaves to find O ' dt vdio is torturin- t-ii " s in her back r ' ard. Pedro Rios loaves cool o,s " Ice " Andrea Ritter leaves thinkin ' rise ' s eve r ' " bod ' ’ ' s friend David Robert r, roilc av a: ' David Robinson leaves on crutches Marie Robinson leaves slov;!” Scott Robinson heads for the " iCO-rest suncrr:;aricet David Ro ' alslel is never co.iin ' brcle Theodore Roner lca,VGs never hearin-- a.b ' Out (iillete Lance Ronca.lli leaves " ivi?! " Re- ' C-a c a strai ' ht ,1eachet for graduation Dorrin Rosenfeld leaves to save the v nrld froin coirmni nt pro life rat ion Julienne Ru.th leaves ruthless J e fire y Sa. be ; ' le avc s , i.ua.a be Iflardee Sanches lea.ves v;earin " buttons Tlieodore Schiff lea.vcs in a Tranr-Ai i Joshua Schuner pounces his v.as- ' out Nora SchWcurts leaves her canoe and. n ad dies to Aia.n Kloch Kahherine Scott later :.:uch this J ' .urtin’’ scene, lihe Laura Scott leaves for ' ettin ■ to use Con-oertone Tyler Shearer runs tovard bis freedo:-. Anne-Harie Shcerraan leaves drivin • Demise ' s car Ronald Shenard loaves sunporthi the sebool wall Lawrence Si Ivor stein silos ou.t Barbara Si.uoson leo.ves witJi o ' e Carc” or antoher Kent Sinclair leaves loohirw for one .wore oerson to tell about tile tine he v.as so drunk Neal Slocombe leo.ves wishin " lie vas never here in the first olacc Saiiiia S.uith scoots while toot in ■ lier flute Bradford Sr.iith solits! Sheila Smith leaves for a hi ' iier educohion Cher; ' i Srayser left o.whilc o, ' o Leah Stanlep leaves to out her fin -Gr in an electrics,! outlet Robin Starhv;eo,ther " fl " ' Robin fi " uo up to th. s ' y " Glenn Stednan races away Andrew Stein leaves in that sane " ra: ' vest Scott Steohenson loaves rioiitci’ Riliiaa ' i Stratford -oes on his lolly own va: " Sterjhen Stron " loa.vor. v-.it ' i Sc tt Ste-nhcn Sullivan leave 3 a let cr-rian ?]ioebc Su.nderland. . , . .v;aere d rabe " o? David Sv.’ei " ari; leaves with tried Ht s Koichiro Taivai. ' iizav a leaves helai ' ' " ’-’ everyone with their compu.tor uro ' -ra-rrain.- Anna-Sophie Taiin leaves Anna- ' axed Alec Tlie i Inan Ic ave s R- O- ' .V- D- 1-R Patricia Pri.onas leaver, after ' :.orr ' i]i- " around J 0 1 in Th o:nn s on 1 e av e s v- i t h o i ,rt v o r d Kar a.ret Taoripson left in Janu.ar- " Bets? Thornton leaves wishin she werG the Pi ' ice C io- ' vners cashier of the " ca.r Brie Tov nsend leaves for the ' ’.an " s C orrn.niit Center Alex andra Turner leaves for lyevv henico, Puerto Rico, hartn.c and whereever else the wind, will tahe .her Kurt Ueiholts loaves wish. in ' " he •; ' " ' S Lu!:c Suencer ' s stand in. Robert Yolne leaves for L.a.s Ve ar. , Sarah Von Per Lime leo.ves hnowin ' her ' ■ other ' .ave birth to ■ ' eniu.s Ralph Vanhu.rir.el tachlos out hart ha ' fall leaves " Cre ' -in ” or u.orc Brace VPan ' leaves want in ' her no.vG nronounce cl v:on Thona.s V. ' estort deals his v a " ' o-ii.t Steven VPhitne” leai ' es in his ' ' rothers footstens Sharon Whittenore sha.tes over the rainbow Andrew V. ' iice leaves havin • thou. ' d ' t seri ' Qi.isi ' ’ ' about not vdoin Barbara Will iea-ves nla:hnm on the ’ Ste in-wa” ' Robert Wiliians v.hen Robert Williams ' ralhs neonle listen Vincent Wi Ilians when vince does people don ' t Adam Wolf leaves with bat and ha.nd Catherine Yando wish she airead " left Tanya Yahovlev leaves with Betsy and rie ' eie G-v;enn Zar.iholio le avcs strollin ' " down nLe. ' . ' O ' r’ " Lane iliniiiiiiiiii CfCp IX y ■ %ii ii ' j f ,ti oinat Volume Qolclbui U A AMHERST REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY Amherst MA 01002 DEDICATION JOHN CRAK5 From The Srudenrs Ir is nor often rhor o doss encounters o guidance counselor like ours. He has been o real friend to us. He accomplished this by his constant efforts to recognize our wonts and needs, ond to see things from our perspective John Craig has given his oil to moke our high school experiences happy ond rroublefree. An ocrive Core Committee advisor, Mr. Croig has helped to pull us through the sophomore skit (groan), the spaghetti supper, ond bankruptcy. He always showed up with a suggestion ond a grin. The doss of 1981 hos hod to go through mony tronsirions-eoch foil bringing o new principol and o hundred new policies. Mr. Croig hos olwoys been there to help us adjust. He shook our bonds when we got o words ond new cars, ond offered his shoulder to cry on through breok-ups and blue cords. He cored. But most of oil, he respected us students os individuals, ond thot is whot we needed the most. So, from the doss of 1981 to our forever friend and guide, goodbye John Croig, we love you. From The Sroff We were almost reody to sympathize with John os he leoves work ond begins retirement. Then we reolized that he is o bochelor who enjoys hunting and fishing, cooks gourmet style meols, hos o great cor stereo system and fully enjoys life ond people everdoy! He should sympathize with oil of us who hoven ' t yet reolized the true pleasures of life. He has found the secret in that he olwoys puts others before himself and by making others happy he keeps himself fulfilled. FACULTY 6 STAFF l dministrotion: J Adorns, G. Soulsberry, J Heffley Nurses: P Miner, D Main Cafe: N Dihlmonn, P Lego, L Klelbowicz, 5 Vogr, H Thompson, D Ewell Art: L Krovirz, J Logon, D Derby English: C. Morrhews, J Price, J. Doer, L Froning, J Elios, M Dordsley, J Yuill, J Jocobs, L Crouse Dusiness: D. Horlow, M. Shea Languages: G Sreinmeyer, D Morhews, V Ouimerre, A Hoys, D Chopmon Home Ec: K Froser, K, Honnigon, K, Keroock, H. A Jocque, D Codwell, J Kelly, T Grolinski, P, Prescorr, P, Lee, M Currin Peod, C Emery Phys. Ed.: C Abromson, L Briggs, D. Lowson, L Giord, P Kneelond Guidance: L Vigneouir, 5 Giglio, R Honhover, E Goldenberg, N Muhommed E Dqjgier, J Horr, K Firzparrlck, K Munsey, P Krovirz, J Craig, S Leibowirz, M Pobinson, M Bleckwehl, M Bordsley, P Moyer Library: L, McDonald, I, Pyovec, J MaClosky, P Very Secretaries: L Gouin, J Fluery, M Wonczyk, H Goddard, M Abramson, A Modrza- kowski Music: P, Smith, J. Moggs, D. Purcell Math: S LoVerdlere, M Froning, F Copporello, P Judson, A Sronne, C, Silver, M Fitzpatrick Science: J Scorr, C, Comp, E Chellquisr, P Leighton, S, Dergquisr, T Sryspeck, S Lomonno, D Coporello, E. Cepek Maintenance: J, Kolosienski, J Orrell, G Drirr, A Smith, C. Lautin, P Longto, G Vloch Social Studies: D Moulder, P Kelly, M Goge, D Mellen, W Ames, C. Schweid, C Fonsh, M Gersrein D Hoffman, A Horne F Houn, K Hudson, S Hunr, M Jodsson, S. Jackson, D Jocque, T Joger, K Joremczuk IS Jenkins, D Jennings, T, Jerome C, Johnson, M Johnson, D, Jones, J Jones, J Kollio, J, Kouff, D Keedy C Kenr, N Kessler L Kirley, K Kirrrell K Knighr, K. Kroker IS Kulp, 5 Lobonre J. Lochonce, E. Lo voile K Lelsryno, J. Lesrer T Leroile, O Lewis IS Li, A Llllyo, L- Lirchfield, S, Livingsron J Lizorre, J. Lord, A, Lucos, L Luddy, S, Lund, S, Moggs C Morion, J. Moscis, E Morhews, T Morlock, M Morrhews, E Moy, S Moy, M Mozor, D McDonold, E McGill 8 T McHugh, S McMurroy, A Melnick, L Merevio, N Miller, r , Mineor, S Mireoulr, M Monserrore, S Moore, L Moss M Moulder, D Mudgerr, P Muench, C Mullln, P Murphy, D Murray, A Mushovic, D Myren, L Nokojimo, 5 Oldershow L Owen, P, Owen S. Paul, D Paulding C Perry, D Phillips A Pierce, C Pieri T Pike, C Pirih P, Plaur, C Porswald D Quinlan, L Peynalds K Poblnson, K Pobinson P Pabinson, C Pogolski, G Poncalli, 1 Porhkegal, A Sabey, C SrMary, A SrPierre, P Sanrner, E Schaper, P. Schwarrz C Scarr, S Seaver, T Sebasryn, E Selig, K. Shanor, A Shaw, M Shelby, J, Sicks, L Silva, M Silva 9 T Silvers, D Sims, A Smirh, D Smirh, J. Smirh, M. Smirh, M Smirh. M Snow T Sronley. S Sronron, C. Srephenson, L, Srernheim, J, SrocKwell, L Sroffer, M Srrorron. C Sullivan S Surner, C Suzul ' si A Swifr. J Tolbor T Thompson, G Thornron J Thornron. L. Tikos M Torlo, J Trempe Trudeau Treyz w Turhill, C Lyzin Von M Viera, P Von Der Lippe A Volker, J wong, V Wonner, P Worner, K Woshburn C Woshingron, K Woskiewicz, K. V oskiewicz, T Worermon, T Weaver K, Weber, M Wesrorr, C Wiggins, K Wilder, Y Willshire E Wilson, J Winslow, D Wolf, D Yingsr, D Ziomek 10 Juniors This year ' s Junior doss is unique in rhor ir is composed of many differenr groups of people, each group hoving rheir own seporore chorocrerisrics which sers rheir group oporr from any orher. Eoch conrribures o lirrie of rheir rime ond rheir energy ro moke rhis yeor ' s doss one of rhe besr. Nor only do we conrribure our rime ond our energy, bur we give o cerroin sryle and finesse unlike ony orher doss cpn give. This yeor we ore srorring our quesr inro rhe furure, involving ourselves wirh college choices and Job seorching. We ore reody for rhe ourside world, bur rhe quesrion is, ore rhey reody for us? E Adorns, N Agrios, L Alvorez, C Annoble, D Apodoco, C Appelboum, J Archer, P Aune, L Berber , B Dour M Deoulieu, B Deouiieu, A Berner, H Berner, C Berry, E Berr, G Berrrond, J Berube, T Bezucho, T Bios B Boden, B Bodin L Boisseou, B Bolorin A Bonsignore, D Booth S, Bosch, L Bosrion P Boucher, A Boughron A Bowles, J Brondrs D Bray, B Brehm F Brose, C Brown J, Brown, L Brozo, B Bunker, B Burnerr, K Burrell, C Conole- Porolo, D Connovo, D Corey, C Carlson, A Corpino E Corroll, D Coshdon, J Corlin, J Chong, J Chong, H Chevon, T Cheyerre, D Chisholm, D Chrlsrionsen, J ChrosrowskI n D Chumbley, A Clark, K Clark, L Clark, S Clarke, J. Cleveland, S Conn, D. Cook, C Cosons, D Cosons P Cosrigon, P Cory, T Currin, N Czop, A Dolron, K Darling, M Deongelis, D Delesdernier, P Demerorh, M Demorr, M Denyse, A Deroode H Dinsmore, J Downie D Duguoy, J Eddy E Edwards, P Elison J Errel, E Fobel D FannnI, D Field J Field, L Field C Fischer, E Ford Pv Forrescue, P Fosrer, F Fox, V Froncescoro, D Froniss, L Frozier, L Frerwell, S Friedman, M Fuller, 5 Fuller C Genrry, J George, P Gillen, M Gillls, N Goddord, K Goldsmirh, S Gonzolez, V Gouin, F , Gould, D Greenberg 12 •u-f vvT J, Greenspon, D Griswold, E Hair, M Hollodoy, D Morris, C Horr, T Horroi, S, Horrzier, S Houghey, K Hoborr M Hoffman, J Holden, C Holland, H Hoir, J Hoir, R Hopley, E Horne, J Hunt, C Hurchinson, M Joclsson M Jocque, A Joye R Jenkins, L Jennings L Jones, T Jones K Joy, L Komonsky S Komensky, N Korlson A Kouff, A Koulenos G Keedy, J Keenan W Kendrick, P Kilmer R Kirk, R Kirley, T. Klor, E Klein, P Klock, D Knightly, R Kosudo, A Kropf, F Lobbouf, L Locey G Lachance, E Lodd, C Lambert, J Lomoureux, C Langley, J Loprode, M Lee, K Levin, T Lewison, K Lindquist 13 T Lirrle, D Lizorre, A Ljung, P Loescher, A Lyon, M Moclosky, L Modson, S Moisey, K Mollory, S Monge M Morley. E May, P Moynord, M McConchie, S McConnell, P McCullough, W Meode, I Medino, G Meldon, P Mileszko T Mireoulr, P Mirchell T Mocks, E Monroe G. Monrogue, A Morbey K Muench, N Mulcohy C Nokojimo, K Nerbonne D Nguyen, K Nicholson J Nissenboum, P Nober W Nolond, K Oeky M O ' Connor, D O ' molley, S O ' molley, W O ' neil, A O’rourke, J Orr, C O ' sheo, D Porriquin, S Porron, J Payne M Pelkey, G Penza, G Perchemlides, J Perry, P Pham, M Phillips, M Pierce, P Pirkin, L Plozo, C PlenoQ 14 D Porrer, 5, Prescorr, C Prince, W Pnrchord, D Prour, J Quinlan, J, Ralph, V Ramsay, J Raskevirz, J, Reid L Regall, M RikUers, M Rirrer, C Robinson M Robinson, L. Robinson, K. Roof, A. Rosenfeld, M, Ross, D Rowell K Ryovec, S. Sosrry C. Scorfo, S, Schimmel M Schmolz, J. Seover N Show, R. Show K Sherwood. C Sillorr J. Slovin, C, Smyser L Srein, D Srowell L. Srromgren, I. Sruberovskis P Sruberovskis, P, Sullivon, R Suprenonr S. Surner, M. Surron, D Todemoru, Y. Tokomizowo, M Tolbor, E- Tonner, K. Tauer A Toylor, K. Thomos, D. Thompson, P Tillis, T. Timmermonn, C. Torrey, R Tower, J Townsend, N Trempe, A, Tulenko 15 A Turner, J. Turner, G VonderzwQQg F Vonpelr, G Venderre P Venmon, M Walker S, Wong, C, Woshingron J Workinson, K Weeta M Weidenfeld, D Weinberg K Weissrnan, C Wesrorr T Werherby, A Whire A Whire, K Wiordo V Williams, S Wolf L Worrelboer, P Worrhing A Fora, K Brace, S Nordin serious sroff members a im rhe inrellecruolly srimularing lecrures by reochers. a person may openly disploy his rosre in clorhes and srill hove respecr. we hove our very own novel reserve WHAT MAKES OUR people will go ro greor heighrs. 5 some of our best friends ore cars SCHOOL UNIQUE our reochers idolize Mary Poppins- rhere ' s never on idenriry crisis people ore nor ofroid ro blow rheir horns. rhe Town ' s only Siamese rwins. our rosry ice cream sandwiches bizarre religions. 19 BOOSTER DAY Doosrer Day broke many rrodirions. The sophomore skir wasn ' t half bod, and for rhe firsr rime in hisrory, rhe senior skir didn ' t win. A 4rh " Skir " odded spice ro rhe event, while rhe bond ployed, ond rhe cheerleoders did rheir thing with more spirit rhon ever. No, we will never forger rhe yeor Doosrer Day was rored " X " — How could we? I Jim on assignment Going over superlatives Lynn struggling with loyouts The Goldbug Staff No one ever realizes rhe rime and efforr which is pur inro compiling rhe yearbook. Filing rhrough millions of pic- rures, meering deadlines, rrying ro ger people ro work on ir and many orher demanding rosks. A few people dedicored free periods, lunchrime, ond even worlsed ofrer school ro produce rhis year ' s book. I wonr ro wish rhe person rhor is going ro roke on rhe rosk of ediror nexr year rhe besr of luck, you ' ll need ir. Ir ' s o long ond lonely rood which seems easy, bur worch our, ir isn ' r! -Lynn Cunninghom- Goldbug Isr r (L-R.) D Derby (odv,), J. Chong, J Chong, C, Derry, K Weeta, 2nd r (L-R): S. Hoodley, T Quinron, M Holpin, K Jornnon, L. Cunningham, M Sanchez, 3rd r(L-R): A Tulenko, L Worrieboer, A Rirrer, D, Chisolm, J Neill, C, Cholsmo The O.C. Would like ro dedicore rhis page ro Charlie Chomp. We wonr ro rhonk him for his supporr during disor gonizorion, his energy ro moke rrips possible, and his love of rhe ourdoors rhor is Q lorge conrriburion ro rhe O.C. viroliry. Thonte Charlie Outing Club 1st r (L-k) A, Wilce, L Darber, K, Goldsmith, A Harrison, k Hooke, A Person, 2nd r (L-k): M Drown, S. Archer, K Jormon, G Zombello, 3rd r (L-k); C kobinson, A Morse, C Lener, M Woll, T. Quinron " Ode to Charles” Oh Lord won ' r you buy me o Grummon Conoe? My friends oil own old rowns, bur rhey jusr won ' r do! Oh Lord, if you loved me, you ' d buy quire o few So Lord won ' r you buy me o Grummon Conoe. Over rhe years rhe ouring club hos esroblished rrodirionol Canoeing, backpacking, and biking. The j ' infomous Lake George rrip is uouoliy rhe inrroducrion ro many people ro rhe ocriviries and experiences i offered by rhe O.C. We olso conoe on Lake Wyolo and rhe Connecricur River. Backpacking rrips range from Mr. Toby overnighrs ro winrer bockpocking in rhe Whire Mounroins. This yeor we hope ro ski j Tuckermon ' s ravine. Anorher rrodirion is biking ro Morrho ' s Vineyard. We seek new members for onyone who is inreresred. Horn Rodio 1sr r (L-n,):K. Tokomazawo, D. Delesdernier, N. Mulchoy, 2nd r L. Srrongren, T Schiff, C Emery (od ) The Amofeur Radio Club consisrs of srudenrs who ore inreresred in elecrronics and communicorions. Members - who hove possed FCC exomlnorions - operore from rhe school omoreur rodio srorion WA1UTT ond communicore wirh orher omoreur operorors rhe Unired Stores ond overseos. Club ocriviries consist of operoting the equipment, building and maintain- ing ontennos and working toward higher doss licenses. ARNAV 1st r E Drose, K Greenoboum, IT Dolorin C Robinson 2nd r: L, Mullin, C Mullin, P Ford, K Goldenberg, L Moss " Amherst Regionol News And Views " , more familiarly known os " ARNAV”, is now in Its third yeor of existence. This Saturday morning radio show, aired by WTTT in Amherst, is written, edited, directed, produced, and performed by ARMS srudenrs The show includes nor only news and views, but also music ond humor This picture illustrates rhe fact rhor ARNAVires should be heard and nor seen. «I£ . Debate 1st r (L-R): S. Mange, J. Coshdon, D Hewitt, K Muench, R Holmes, 2nd r: K. Leuins, C. Robinson, D Frante, M Smoltz, J. Boer (od.) Germon Americon Partnership 1st r (L-R) 0 Coreoron, M Robinson, G Sreinmeyet Will, A Taylor, D Monroe, 2nd t (L-R) R The Graphic 1st (L-R): S. Schimmel, K. Murnch, 2nd t: J Turner J Price (odv ), R Nober National Honor Society: A Morse, R Denonder, S VonderLippe, G Zambello, S, Schimmel, D. Drown, M Tolbor, R Doriron, P Nissenbeum, D Chisolm, P Mullin, J Knightly, T Derkmon, L Giglio, D. Berlin 25 Peer Counselors 1sr r (L-R) P Bonsignore, K Meyers, L Giglio, M GawienowsKi, 2nd r (L-R): C Moore, G Faro, A Srein, E Krofr, K Jormon, S Giglio Peer Counselors ore srudenrs led by LIndy Giglio rhis year They hove been helping wirh rhe rronsinon of rhe sophomore doss ond ore leading worlsshops on such issues os mole-femole and family relarionships, osserriveness rroining and woys ro make friends ond deal wirh ourhoriry figures or Amhersr High, Peer Counselors will olso be available for individuol counsel- ing for srudenrs who wonr a friendly upper loss person ro help solve problems. Social Concern; C Plenoo, T. Chyerre, K Klemer, D Sims, P Robinson, G Wong, K Greenoboum, J Smirh, S Mozor, M Hoffman, M Robinson, A Morse, J Knighrly, M Weidenfeld, C Robinson, L Oork, R Plaur, M Gage (ADV), A Harrison Student Council 1st r (L-R) L Plozo, K Lee, T Clark, P Mullin, K Weissmon, 2nd r (L-R) D Adams, K Greeneboum, J Nields, D. Chisholm, L Doisseou, G Zombello, 5 Schimmel, 3rd r (L- R) K Decorlo, C Donovon, C, Wesrorr, C Drown, M Hall, J Coddy, K Goldenberg, K Mullin, R Dolorin, D Hewirr People of Color United 1st r (L-R): sirring: D Drooiss, D Sims, M Robinson, G Lewis, P Robinson, N Muhommod (ADV), L Gronr, 2nd r (L-R) sronding: S Livingsron, S Smigh, K Nicholson, T. Jockson, M Videnfeld, F Alvorez, R Morcillo, L Alvorez The People of Color United orgonizorion is primarily for DIock, Hisponic, ond Asian srudenrs The main goal Is ro talk ond indulge in ocrivies of common inreresr ro rhese srudenrs, Student Schl. Comm. 1st r (L-R): S Schimmel, G Zombello, M Monserrore 2nd r (L-R) D Drown, S Monge M Holl Tri-S 1st r D Prour, J Greenspon, S Vonderlippe, S Howard, K Woskowirz, K Knighr 2nd r K Roof, A White, S Sumer, N Lynch, L Reynolds, G Smith, A Melnick, C Wesrorr, 3rd r K Shoner, D Thorron, L. Silvo, K Nerbone, S Schimmel, M Pierce, M Morley, C Donovan, L Douisseou, A Dolires, L. Giglio, A Jung, S Oldershow Russian Club: 1sr r (L-R): J, Coreo, A Lehrer, M Evans, E McGill, S. Conri 2nd r (L-R,): A Morse, L. Golowich, F Calderon, C Robinson The members of rhe Russion Club here pur on bake soles ond " serfed " ro roise money for rheir successful rrip ro New York. Dosron is nexr on rheir ogendo, ond one srudenr is planning ro rrovel ro rhe Sovier Union in January Inf ' l Sfudents:1sr r (L-R) S Gonzolez, N Gqjonoyoke, A Gebre 2nd r (L-R): S Wong, Y. Tokomizowo, S Wong, K Tokomizawo, D. Nguyen, L Froning (ADV), 3rd r (LR)P.Phom, C. Pheno, H Nguyen, F Lobbour, A. Khoshorefh (Sec), H Nguyen This years members of rhe InfernofionQl Students Club represent Taiwan, Venezuelo, Thailand, The United Stores, Denmork, Iroly, Chile, Puerto Rico, Iron, Jopon, Vietnam, Erhiopio, and Sri Lonko. The Club provides support for members plus on opporruniry ro shore cultures and socialize Theater Co. D Filios, G Wong, A Griswold, E Fobel, A Derode, M Demonrr, K Greeneboum, L Fiorelll, C O ' Shea, P Ennis, R Hooke, K Jormon, J. Smith, J, Cole, R Plout, A Morse, J Sobey, G Dailey, J Ferler, C. Nokojimo, C Ryveck, D Will, C Robinson, L Dorber, M Robinson, S Koh, F Dorcerre, A Wilce, C Leher, J Knightly, P Arne, D. Kovlenos Lost yeor, over 180 ARMS students were involved in rhe Theoter Co.’s productions, ond 1960-8TS productions probably surpassed that. In raking on Shakespeare ' s KING LEAR and its onnuol lore-winter musical, TC showed its duol objectives, ro educore ond ro amuse. There were four other productions os well, running from Irish tragedies ro o children ' s musical obout being invisible, bur rhe big news of rhe yeor was rhe project ro renew rhe oudirorium ' s creoky light system The November purchase of 22 brand new lights with TC funds (over $2,000) was on unprecedented insronce of o school orgonizorion contributing ro school equipment, and it signaled rhor ofrer yeors of under-lit shows ond frustration, of Nora Schworrz cussing ond parents squinting store-words, we could finolly see rhe lights or rhe end of rhe runnel This yeor fourteen students went ro Mexico for three weete in Morch os port of rhe Spanish Club ' s Mexican Trovel Group Accompanying rheir Sponish reocher, Ms Chopmon, were Torjo Dennett, Alice Donsignore, Tino Currin, Mory Gowienowski, Kore Gibbens, Nick Korlson, Karen Knight, Robert Mitchell, Julienne Ruth, Corherine Scott, Kent Sincloir, Lindsay Stromgren, Into Suberovskis, ond Kim Weete These students went ro Tlopocoyon, o small villoge neor rhe Gulf Coast in rhe Store of Verocruz Each one lived with Q Mexicon fomily who spoke little or no English The lost three doys of rhe rrip were spent visiting historic and touristic spots in Mexico City, before flying bock ro New York City on April 1st. Spanish Club 1st r (L-R): K Scorr, D Chopmon (od) 2nd r (L-R): K. Weete, S Mitchell, J Ruth, 3rd r (L-R): L. Sruberos- kis, T. Currin, M. Gowienowski, 4fh r (L-R): L Srrongren, K Sinclair, K Knight 27 Alive With The Singers: o diverse group of people wirh common inreresrs in singing (onyrhing from Doch ro Decl-;wirh) chowing losogno and long bus rides. The Director: Mr. Moggs, on indeforigoble, volionr, lender who, ormed wirh o metronome ond boron, helps rhe singers produce rheir beouriful music. Together rhey molse rhe Chorale. (d) Chorus 28 Music Wind Ensemble Symphony Bond ARMS ORCHESTRA This year ' s orchesrro srorred a new era wirh o new direcror, AA Porrick C Smirh Ir was o year wirh new spirir and wirh many rolenred young musicians, 15 srring players were occepred inro rhe Wesrern Disrricr Orchesrro, 14 were recommended ro All-Srore Orchesrro, and Eric Tonner, Paul Nissenboum, ond Korie Greenebaum were members of All-Eosrern Orchesrro Tolenr was so evidenr rhor M Smirh srorred o Chamber Music Workshop which mode rhe music of srring quorrers and quinrers filrer inro rhe hallways and corridors. The orchesrro ployed works of rhe greor mosrers like Pimsky-Korsokov, Sibelius, Schuberr, Deerhoven, ond Tschoikovsky Nor only did rhe orchesrro rry ro reach our inro rhe communiry by ploying in Dongs Communiry Cenrer, bur also inro rhe elemenrory schools Also, ir was o year in which rhe orchesrro combined wirh rhe high school orchesrro from Mossopequo, Long Islond in exchange concerrs All in All ir was on exciring ond challenging rime for oil rhose who porricipored. As we wondered aimlessly Through rhe high school halls os Sophomores, ir seemed like ages unril we were ro leave . . . Going Through hord rimes os boosrer day come olong, wirh o skir rhor no one could undersrond, o floor rhor was rained our, and rhe holl rhor could hove used berrer planning. We were olso lucky os Sophomores ro carry on rhe rrodirion of srudy holls srorred by rhe doss before us. Bur we were hopeful for rhe furure os Juniors. As our Junior year srorred, we seemed ro be o lirrie more confidenr of ourselves. We learned rhe hardships of purring rogerher o coke sole, raising money, ond ploying in rhe bond. We ed Curing Club excursions, conned major roles in rhe rheorre compony, ond were rhe cenrer of orrenrion or rhe donees. We could ocr weird when we wonred ro, ond were nor condemned for Ir. i u We realized we were oil in rhis rogerher, so we hod ro moke on efforr ro ger along, moke allowances, and roke chances. — -IT. Sweefesf Girl: Derh Filios As Seniors of rhe school, we feel rhor we hove ocomplished somerhing. No longer in such o hurry ro ger home ofrer school, we ore moking our mark in rrock, peer counseling, foorboll, ond oil rhe resr Although working harder rhon ever before, we ' re finally enjoying our dosses, and looking forward ro rhe future. As we look bock over our post twelve years, we hove developed certain chorocreristics which set eoch and everyone of us opart Some of these ore remembered here in our Senior Superlatives section. Closs Cowboy: Danny Harper Most Originol: Keren Jormon Class Chorocfer: Dnan Farmer LHUUL Desf Lough: Dersy Thornron Class Sculptor: Par Pumble Most Athletic Doy: P J Plourde Most Eosy Going: Ted Clark Shyest: Deckie Jennings Most Sophisticated: Deckie Hall Closs Gossip: Katie Greenebaum Best Body: Darbaro Simpson 35 Class Throwback to the 60 s: Mark Hohlsrein Oest Smile: Holly Domerell Most Likely to be Seen Doncing: Cuchlro Monserrore Most Likely to Blush: Michelle Moron Closs Cortot Top: Mirro Owen Best Dressed Boy: Torresr Daniels Closs Peonutbutter ond Jelly: Andrea Rirrer and Mardee Sanchez Closs Couple: Porry Donsignore and John Lomberr Closs Artist: Chris Cholsmo Rowdiest: Alec Theilmon jl Nicest: Derh Osrendarp Class Counselor: Chris Sillorr Class Model: Alice Fox Closs Dieticion: Soroh VonderLippe Most Likely To be Seen with o Tennis Racket in his Hond: Rich Lindgren I Dest Duddies: Tim and Pere Holl ! Most Sincere: Tommy Poge Most Athletic Girl; Lisa Kelley Class Dungeon Master; Dove Reynolds Closs Teddy Dear; Ted Curron 38 Most Likely to Succeed (girl) Gwenne Zambello Closs Cynic; Colin Murray Most Tolonted; Scorr Koh Most Chorming; Keirh Hill Most Deceiving; Melissa Heard Class D-Dopper: Dorboro Will Class Rocker: Eric Townsend Most Likely to Keep o Secret: Toyno Yakovlev ;l Most Likely to Fall Asleep In an Airport: Rob Corcoran Closs New Waver: Eddie Apodoco Class Runner: Chris Jones Closs Magicion: John Wnsley 39 Desf Dody: Joson Ausrin Most Aggressive: Tommy Mercer Class Exchange Student: Anno Sophie Tomm Most Dramatic; Rurh Hooke Gloss Gomblers: Dob Voipe ond Tom Colemon 40 Closs Holf-Here: Heorher Mosf likely fo Moke you Look ond Wonder: Corol Moore Closs Droin: Dove Derlin Closs Musiclon: Jeremy DerKmon Closs Groupie: Mory Holpin Closs Reggoe-Skonker: Kore Klemer Sexiest: Jessie Dizord Jock of oil trodes: Poul Ford Most Likely to Help on Eldery Lody Across the Street: Alon IXice Closs Outdoorsperson: R,urh Denonder Most Likely to Moke You Smile: Liso Fiorelli Class Modern: Chris Dornord Friendliest: Mory Gowienowslsi Most Unconventionol: Melonie Best Class Druid: Doinls Koulenos Moodiest: Rose Cleory 42 Closs Twins: Nancy K and Nancy A Lynch Closs Luke Spencer: Kurr Umholrz Closs Country and Western: Scorr Srephensan Best Eyes: Lisa Reynalds Closs Z-Mon: Charles Lehrer Cutest Girl: Grace Wang Most Desiroble: Karen Meyers Most Scheming: Ted Schiff Class Elvis: Neal Ryon Class Jolly Green Glonf; Mike Gilbert Closs Vocolist: John Kmghrly Cutest Doy: Greg Keochokion Closs Flutist: Shan Mozor Closs Unsung Herione. Terri Dok Closs Accent: Chris Donovan 44 Class Techie: Nora Schwartz Class Zionist: P»on Hillel Most Gullible: Sue P»Qjrer Closs Rollerskofer: Dove Gouin Closs Physique: Phil Lazarus Closs Cordshork: Tom Hrusko Most School Spirit: Steve Sullivon Most Likely to Succeed: (boy) David Drown Class Cleopoiro Kate Scorr Nicest Doy: Ken Lee Class Richie Cunningham • Mike Drown 46 Most Confident: John Luddy Closs Flirt: A T Wilce Most Intent: Dovid Dogorrz Closs Funk: Sreworr Pusey Dubbliest: Minom Smith Class SpQzz: Jomie Clark Most Doring: Drion Novak iCIoss ColifornlQ: Liz Conror 4 ? LAURIE ADAMS OHM ALDRICH CHRIS ALLEN- Foorboll 1-0. Copt. 4. Senior Prank Comm. 4 EDDIE APODACA- I Refuse ro Die n Obscunryi Doys VolleyboH 1, 1964 Is Coming Comm., Robert J. Lenzemo Fon Cl. SHARON ARCHER Cross Country 0. Dond 1-4. Not. Hon. Soc. 0-4. Outing Cl. 2-4. Germon-Amer. Port. 3, Immonuel Youth Grp. 1- JASON AUSTIN- To be Greot B ro be MeurxJersrood-R ' i Emerson Dosketboll 1-2: Locrossee 4. Soccer 2.4. Senior Pronk Comm. 4. RUTH OENANDER- Uberre. Egolire HUNTER DERNER JEREMY OERKMAN Sofonre We on ' r gor ir Easy, Dur We gor ir Swimming 1. Jotx Wrk shop 3. Nor. Hon. Soc. 3-4. Outing Cl. 1-4. Theorer Co. 2-3. Nofthfleld Mtn. Ski Poirol 2-4. St. Joan Soc. 1-4, UMoss Fencing Teom 2-4, Amherst Eoiers and Arguers 2. Ceramics 1-4. Leodership Wrk shp. and Surv. Living 3-4. Ergoslophobics of America DAVID DERLIN. Chorus 2 - 3 . Not. KATHLEEN DERRY MELANIE DEST. Ere ro rhe Winds Hon. Soc. 2-4. Theorer Co. 2-4 12 quorters I Tohe my Endless Woy- U LeGum, Wrestling Teom 3. Amherst Ait. Youth Prog. 4 Core Comm. THERESA DAK. The ImporTonr Thing is ro be or ony momenr ro socnfice whor we ore for whor we become Swimming 1-4. HOWARD DANNER- Wrestling I Core Comm. 2, Sec. 3, Co-Ch. 4. i.4. Teen Encounter, Explorers. : Prom. Comm. 2-4, Pep Cl. 3. St. Qoy Scouts, Eogle Scout, V Drigid ' s Youth Grp. 1-4 KATHLEEN DALL Leadership Schl. SCOH BARNARD RODERT DARNICLE KIM BARRY DAVID DOGARTZ- When you Feel sod, or under o curse, your life is bod your prospects ore worse . . don ' t forger rhot, yes, it ' s oil for the besr-G xlspell Art Rm. 2-4, Concert choir 2-3. Chorole 4, Chorus 1. Theoter Gr. 2.4. Dungeons ond Drogons 2-4. Eugenics Counc. 3-4 PATRICIA DONSIGNORE ANN DOWERS DAVID DROWN- As schools Motch Wits 2-4, Basketball 1. 3, Co.Copt. 4. Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-4, Student School Comm. 3-4. MICHAEL DROWN 49 ROBERT O. CORCORAN- Vhor rhe Hel ' s on Izod. anyway? Student Coun. 2-4. Sec. 0. Germon-Amer. Port. 3-4. Core Comm. 2-4. Pres. 3. ARNV, 2-3. Theoter Co. 2-4. Greece 79. Europe ' 60. Germony ' 6l JOSEPH CERNADA JOE COOK- There is olwoys someone worse off than yoursetf- Aesop DONNA COULOMBE- Cheerleoder 4 BETSY BURNETT- 4-H Member Pres. 1-3. 4. N. Leverett Youth Grp:. 1-2 PHIL CARPING DONALD COLEMAN. Ooss Cool PATRICIA CONNELLY CLARK CALLAHAN. Squosh 1-4. Outing Cl. 2-4. ELIZABETH CANTOR- There ore sri o few onimob left our in rhe yard, bur ir ' s gemng border ro describe Core. Comm. 4, Bible Study. Amherst Skoting Cl.. Swimming CHRISTOPHER CHALSMA- Art Rm. 2-4. Goldbug 3-4. Boston Globe Scholostic Art Awords: Gold Key Winner. Person ' s Sch. of Design Summer Prg.. Amherst Coll. Sot. Morn. Drowing Closs. Schl. of Visuol Am Scholorship Comp. Porticipont JUDI COLE- Pursue your dreoms Chorus 1-4. Int ' l Students 4. Theoter Co. 2-4. Theater gr. 1. Volley Light Opera 4 50 OEN CHICKERING . On o persoool level, freaking oor s o process whereby on indivkjuol cosrs off ourmodeb ond resmcnng srondords of thinking, dress, and soool enquerre m order ro CREATIVELY express hs relononship ro rhe rr ediore envirorvnenr ond soool smjcrure os o whole - F 2 JULIA CHROSTOWSKI JANEMARIE CLARK • I’m rrovelin ' down rhe rood ond I ' m flimn ' wirh dsQsrer Gor rhe pedol ro rhe floor, oor lives ore running fosrer - M Hocher Cheerleoder 4. Core Comm. 1-4. TED CLARK • Whor fi life bur o wilrmg flower in rhe vosr nothingness of spoce? Soccer 12.3.4. Swimming 1 Copt. 2. Copt. 3. Copt. 4, Qond 1.2 Student Coun. Pres. 4. Log rolling teom. LIfeguord. Youth Soccor cooch. ROSEMARIE CLEARY . From rhe opHjm of customs ro rhe ledges of extremes, don ' t believe ir rill you’ve held ir, Life is seldom whor IT seems ELP tkisketboll 1,2.3. Core Comm. 1,2,3, Trl-S Cl., 1.2.3. R.P.T. JEFF CODD - Why should we be in such desperore hosre ro succeed, or In such desperore enterprises If o mon does r or keep poce with his componons. pert ps It 6 becouse he heors o different dnjmrr er Thoreou Core Comm. 1.2. Tres. 3. Co Chr. 4. Prom Comm. 4, St. Origid ' s Youth Grp. 2-4. WILLIAM CROUSE ■ Doseboll Mgr. 2. Golf 1 Hockey 4. Core Comm. 2.3.4. Pep Cl. 2, Work. Volentine Holl A.C. LYNN CUNNINGHAM . 1 will never forger rhe good rimes I ' ve hod. rhe people I’ve met, ond rhe rhir I ' ve did Now there ore more good rimes ro hove, more peopte ro meet, ond Much. Much more ro dol L C Goldbug 2, osst. Ed. 3. Ed. 4. Swimming 1- 3. Core Comm. 1-3. Prom. Comm.. 3, Ski team 3 MICHAEL CUOMO - It is berrer ro know rhe oge of rocks rhon ro Trust rhe Rock of Ages • 0 J Witoms Swimming 2.3.4. Bond 1-4. Orch. 1-4. Strotegy Gomes 1-4. A.D.GD. Addict 3.4. Pep Bond 3.4 EDWARD CURRAN • Doseboll 2. 4, Footboll 1.2.4. Squosh 3 KRIS CURTIS • Ler life never ger you down, ond ger owoy wirh cnyThir g you con such is life Dosketboll 2.3. Theoter Gr. 1 HOLLY DAMERELL - Ir is never too lore Swimming 3.4. Outing Cl. 3.4. Theater Co. 4 51 EVELYN DEAN . I con do oorhmg for orhefs unfit I myself know who I am Field Hockey 1. Swimming 2.0: Concert Choir 0. Equp. Mon.; Chorus 1.2: Outing Cl 3.4.- Core Comm. 2-4: Groce Church Youth Grp. (Pres.) 4; EIC FORREST DANIELS - Ooskerboll 2- (Steering Comm.) 2-4: Senior 4. Soccer 2-4. Trock 4. Third Choir 0.4; Leodership Wksp 4; World Cl. 4. Dell ringing 4. JESSE DIZARD • Cross Country 2.0. Copt. 4: Trock 1.2.0. Copt. KELL IE MARIE DOHERTY • Dond 4; Wrestling 1.2. Mgr. 4: Winter 1. 2.0.4: Outing Cl 4: Sponish Cl. trock 0.4: Ski Cl. 1. 1: Pep Dond 2.0. FRANK DOUCETTE • Al s rhyrtvn. ol 6 urvy I om loughing os ir ' s meor r ro be jusr omusng, I om using The word wos given, mokmg harmony Livgren Art Rm. 2-4; Chorus 4; French Cl. 1.2: Outing Cl. 4: Theoter Co. 0.4; Eugenics Coun. 0.4: Dungeons 6 Dragons Cl. 2-4: Set Crew 0.4: SCA 4. CHRISTINE DONOVAN Young Friends 4. JACQUELINE A. FAISON - Int ' l GIAN-MARIO FATA Students 2,0; Peer Coun. 2.0; Soclol Concerns 4; Third World Cl. 0.4. GEOFF FELLER ■ Theoter Co. 2.0.4 ANGELICA FENNER - We ore oil in rhe gurrer. bur some of us ore looking or rhe srors O Wilde, Debotlng 0: Orch. 0.4: Outing Cl. 2.0.4; Soclol Concerns 2-4; Young Peoples Symp.: Ecumenicol Youth Cho. 2.0. ARMANDO FERNANDEZ Doseboll 1.0; Dosketboll 0: Footboll 2: Skiing 4; Soccer 1.0. 4: Swimming 1,2: Tennis 1.0. 4; Track 2: Volleyboll 4: Parachuting. DETH FILIOS ■ Chorus 0.4: Outing Cl. 0; Theorre Co. 2-4. l| J £ 52 SUE EDDY • Ckssketboll 3. Peer SCOTT DRAKE Coun. 3; Core Comm. 3. PAUL ANDREW ENNIS • Keep Ir In your bnefCQse son - J R Ennis Golf 1 4; Core Comm. 3,4: Theorer Co. 3.4; L 09 Rolling HERBERT C. EIDT . Footboll 1-4. Teom: St. Drigids ' Youth Grp. 2- Skiing 4; Squosh 3; Tennis 3.4. 4 ANITA FAOOS • Trock 3; Bond 1.3. Pres. 4; Chorale 4; Jozz Wrkshp. 4: Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Orch. 3,4; Young People ' s Symph; Ecumenicol Youth Chor. W. Moss. Dist. 3.4; Moss. All- ERIKS EZERINS Stqte. USA FIORELLI • Modem sleeps srtti ANTHONY FISH LORI FLEURY PAUL FORD Chof. 3; Concert Choir 4: Outing Cl. 2-4; Peer Coun. 4; Sociol Con. 4; Theotre Co. 2-4; Ecumenicol Youth Chor.; Tourolnes. MARK D. FORSYTH - Soccer players rr oke berrer lovers Dosketboll 1.2: Soccer 2.3. Copt. 4: Core Comm. 3; Senior Pronk Comm. ALICE CAROLINE FOX . Love life, be boppy, and snaile ond shirte in The sun 53 ANNE GALLAGHEI JOHN GATSLICK MARY F. 6AWIENOWSKI • WirhfO oursetves lies ft e srrengrh of rt e future world Dio. Cl. 3: Concert Choir 2. Equip, head 3.4; Chorus 1: Goldbug 4; Outing Ct. 2. Core comm. 3.4; Peer Coun. 4. Sponish Port. 4: lol Concerns 2-4: Core Comm. 4: ARNV 2-4; Theoter Co. 2-4; St. Origids; Youth 0 Folk Grp. 1-4: Dining ond Restouront Somp. 2-4.- Volley Light Opero (asst. dr., stoge mgr.) 4; English Port. 2.3: Guidonce Off. Grp. 2-4: Modern Donee Cl. 4. LAURIE GERSTEN LINDY GIGLIO - Trock 3: Chorus 3: Not. Hon. Soc. 3: Outing Cl. 3.4: Peer Coun. 3.4: ARNV 2: Trl-S Cl. 4 MICHAEL GILOERT - A true fneod B one soul rt rwo bodies Ansrorle Dosketboll 1.2.3. Copt. 4; Outing Cl. 3.4: Core Comm. 3.4. Yukon Jock Log Rolling Teom 4; S.D Y.G. 1, 2.3.4. REBEKAH T. HALL - We do nor TIMOTHY HALL retnember doys - we rerrtember moments Cheerleoder 4: Core Comm. 3,4; Trl-S Cl. 2: Joxz Mod. Donee: P.T.N.F.C. (sec.); Living and Leorning. Theoter Co. 2.3,4: H.S. Dinner ond Restouront Somplers: Semester In London; Dob ' s Dobes. District. All-Stote. All-Eost Orchs. KATIE GREENEDAUM • Concert Choir 2.3: Chorole 4: Deboting 3: Not. Hon. Soc. 2.3.4: Orch. 1, 2.3.4: Student Coun. 1. V. Pres. 4: Soclol Con. 4.- Core Comm. 1.2.3.4: ARNV 2,3,4. ALEXANDER GURSKI PHER HALL - Golf 2,3.4; Footboll Mgr. 1-4: Novigotors 2- 4; Footboll teom Stot. 3.4: Boy ' s Store 3. MARY 0. HALPIN - Life is whor hopperis when you ' re moking other plons • J Lennon Swim Teom 1-2: Volleyboll 3; Goldbug 2-4; Core Comm. 3.4.- Pete Townshend ' s Nose Fon Cl. (Pres.) 3.4. NANCY GODDARD LAURA GOLOWICH - Cross Country 4; Trock 2,0; French Cl. 1.2; Goldbug 0.4: Grophic 0: Not. Hon. Soc. 0.4; Theoter Co. 0; Russian Cl. 1.2.0. Sec. 4; Anderson for Pres. Comm. 4; Slovo. 2.0.4. RICHARD M. GORDON • Oh soy con you see my eyes, if you con rhen my hoir ' s roo shon Art Rm. 2.0; Concert Choir 2.4; Chorus 0: Chess Cl. 4; Theoter Co. 0.4; iommings. D 6 D. DAVID GOUIN JEFF GOULD • It oil dep ends on rhe compony you keep Swimming 1.2. Copt. 0.4; Oond 1 4; Not Hon Soc. 4; Orchestro 0; Yukon Jock Log Rolling Teom. DAVID GREEN ELIZABtrH HAMMANN DANIEL HARPER ANNE HARRISON . There ' s somerhing good obour everyrhing Gymnostics 12,0: Outing Cl. 0,4: Peer Coun. 0; Soclol Concerns 4; Theoter Co. 4; Theotre Gr. 0: Gymnastics Teocher; Donee; Leadership training. JIM HART . The Kjnohcs ore in my heod - Pink Ftoyd Art Rm. 1-4; Townie; Chouffeur. BRUCE HASTINGS • Cross Country 2-4; Golf 2-4: Hockey 4; Navigators 1-4; Rufus Bowl 20,4. DEBBIE HAUGHEY 55 MELISSA HEATH . Vhor o mon of himself, rhor ir 6 which derefmmes, or rorher iixkores. he fore Thoreou Chorus 1,2. HEATHER4 Q, you fneods I ' ve escoped rhe pud Jir g 090 m. rtxxj r you couW ger me didn ' r you? ' Art 4: Artist 1-4: Artlsmoess 4: Cheerleoder 1-4; Int ' l Student 1-4: Grp. Theropy 4. KEITH HILL RON HILLEL • I tUnh therefore I om? Art Rm. 2; Theotre Gf. 2.3; Robert T. Lurtzemo Fon Cl.: D.J. on WMUA; Reg. Coord. For Young Judoeo SUSAN N HOADLEY . Squosh 4. Track 1.2; Dond 1.2.3: Goldbug 3.4; Orchestro 1 ; Core Comnn. 1 . 4; Merit Aword for Outstonding Comm, Serv. 4: PTNFC (V.P.); Dritlsh Exch. 2.3. LORI HOFFMAN JOHN ALLEN IVEY • Pour ce que nre esr le propre de I ' homme - n«ebel 06 Theoter Co. 3,4; As School ' s Motch Wits 3.4: Soccer 1-4; Trock 3.4: Tennis 1.2; Concert Choir 3.4; Grophlc 4; Sfu. Sch. Comm. 1. KAREN JARMON - When ,ou‘re KRISTIN JAYNE DEBORAH JENNINGS down ond troubled you need some loving core . dose your eyes ond rhmk of me . soon I wl be there . . you ' ve got o fnend - C King Goldbug 4; Outing Cl. 3.4; Peer Coun. 4; Soclol Concerns 2.4; Theater Co. 1.3.4: Dance Co. 4; Donee, modern Jozz 2-4: Hoshomer Hotzoir Youth Movement. DIANA L HUNTER - Tennis 2, SCOH INGRAM Copt. 3; Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Core Comm. 3.4. i; MARK HOHLSTEIN Shrooms ROD HOLMES Golf 2.4; Skiing RUTHANNA HOOKE • Ir is only wiTti rhe heorr rhor one con see nghriy Whor ts essennol is invisible ro rhe eye Dond 1.4.- Chorole 0.4; Chorus 2; Deboting l-O; Not. Hon. Soc. 0.4- Outing Cl 104; Soc. Concerns 1-4. Theoter Co. 2.0. officer 4; Notlonol Ski Potrol 2.0; Fencing 0.4; Amherst SALLY J. HOWARD • Oh, 1 used TO be degusred. nor I’m jusr urtcJer the M moon Art 1 ; 1.2,4; Deboting 2. Pres. 0.4; Eoters ond Arguers Soc. 2; Soint amused E Cosrelio Core Comm. Jozz. Not. Hon. Soc. 0.4. Joon Soc. 1-4. 0; TrI.S Cl. 3.4; R P.T THOMAS HRUSKA VICKY HUDDS KUSS JOHNSON . Foorboll 1 : Locro s 3.4. CHRIS JONES CLAES KALDORG GEDAINIS S. KAULENAS • Art Rm. 2; Concert Choir 4; Chorus Or Joz 2 Wksp. 4: Theater Co. 1 4; EuQenics Coun. 0.4: Set Crew 1- 4. Dungeons 0 Dragons; UltInnotel CL. PHILIP KEEDY LISA KELLEY . Girls Oosketball Mgr. 2.0.4; Softboll Mr Women s Softboll VFW. 57 I GKEGORY J. KEOCHAKIAN . Come ro rt e edge No we ore ofr d Come ro rhe edge, he sQKj No We re ofroid we ' l foil Come ro rhe edge And rhey come And he pushed rhem And flew Locrosse M; Soccer 1- 4; uosh 3.4; Swimming 2. TRACY KEYES DAVID JEROME KING • Hey Wow Mon. Whor Me Worry. Orch. 2.3.4; Ouring Cl. 4; Theatre Gr. 4; Cross Country Ski Cl. 2.3. Pres. 4: Eating ond Argueing Cl. 2.3.4; Dungeons ond Dragons 3.4. .KATE KLEMER • Never underesnmore o Klemer, Appreoore us. I ' m rhe lost one Dosketboll 1-4; Softball 1.3.4; Volleyboll 4; Chorus 3; Outing Cl. 3; Soc. Concerns 2-4; Double W Org. 4: Photography. Ploying the Congo ond percussion Instruments, being silty, dishwashing, korote. woodworking, Skonking. Frisbee. ploying boxing, living, ond being concerned about people ond our environment. JOHN H KNIGHTLY . The hdden wel spfrig of your soul rrmsr needs nse ond run murrrmnng ro the seo. or d rhe rreosure of your r»finire depths would be reveoled ro your eyes Our ler there be r»o scoies ro weigh your unkrx wn treasure, ond seek nor rhe depths of your knowledge with sroff or soundr hr e For self o seo boufxless orxJ measureless -K Gtofor I i SCOTT KOH • I keep picrunng oil of these Irthe kids m the big held of rye Soccer 1; Concen Choir 2 3; Chorole 4 .- Jou Wksh. 2; Theoter Co. 2.3.4. PETER LAWALL DENISE LAWLER - ir s only with rhe heorr rhot one con see nghrly. whor 6 essennol 6 rvtstole ro the eye Girls Dosketboll Mgr. 2.3.4; Field Hockey Mgr. 2: Softboll Mgr. 2 .3.4; Cheerleoder 1. LAURA LEAMAN . Bond 1.2.3; Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Figure skoting 1-4; Pep Bond 2.3. KENNETH P. LEE • Whor cs life bur deorh Do Dum Oum Squosh 1.2.3. Copt. 4; Tennis 1.2,3. Copt. 4; Stu. Coun. 4. Yukon Jock Log Rolling teom (heod oxe). CHARLES LEHRER ■ iozz Wksp. JOHN LENNOX 4; Outing Cl. 4; Theater Co. 3.4: Eugnics Coun. 4. 58 I JONATHAN LAMDEM - I hope I jl die before I ger senile Soccer 1-3: GATES LARSON - Uviog well is rhe I Soccer Poster 3.4: Messy Locker best revenge Footboll 1.4; I KARYL KRAKER CYNTHIA LAMD 1-4. P.J.D. 1-4. Lacrosse 3.4. RICHARD LASHWAY TERESA LAVALLE SUZANNE LENZ - Hold fosr ro dreorns, for if dreorrtf dte. life 6 i e 0 broken-winged bird rhor CorvxM fly Cross Country 2,4: Trock 1.2,3. Chorus 1; Novlgotors 4: Winter trock 2,4. PATRICK LI - Track 2: Debating 2.3: Not. Hon, Soc. 2.3,4: Orch. 1-4: Moth Leogues 3.4. ERIK LILLYA . Tennis 3.4. Bond 1-4: Orch. 1.2.3. RICHARD LINDGREN - Thonk God. I rhoughr I woukjn ' r moke ir Tennis 1,3. Copt. 4.- Deboting 3: Not. Hon. Soc. 4. ANDREA LLAMAS • To be owoke KARL LONGTO B ro be ohve • H D Thoreou Chorus 2.3.4; Int i Stu. 2.3: Outing Cl. 3.4: Theoter Co. 2-4: Volley Light Opero 4. 59 JOHN FREDERICK LUODY II • Jusr becouse you ' re on o d er, doesn’r rneon you con ' r reod rl ' te menu As schools Mofch wits 4; Foorboll 1.2; Soccer 0. Swimming 2.4: Dond 1 4; Orch. lO; Curing Cl. 4: Srudent Coun. NANCY KAY LYNCH • Core 4: Theorer Co. 3.4; A.R.H.S. Comm. 3.4: Trl-S Cl. 2. Treo. 3. Vorsity Logrolling Teom; Pres. 4. Ski Cl. 1; Donee Closses Ecumenicol Youth Oho.; Young NANCY ANN LYNCH - Core St. BrIgIds ' Youth Gr. 2-4; DAVID LUCAS People s Symph. Comm. 3.4; Novigotors 2-4. Bosketboll Stot ' s 4. DAVID MACHOWSKI LISE MADSON TIMOTHY D. MELLEY • He vs goes forrh wirh o fifth on rhe Fourth moy rot come forth on rhe fifth -Anon Golf 1-4; Theoter Co. 4: Yukon Jock Log Rolling 4: St. Brigids ' Youth Gr. 1-4. TAMMY MERCER • Bosketboll 1- MELANIE MERRIAM 4; Field Hockey 2; Foorboll 1: Trock 1-4: Horse bock riding ond trolning. KATHY METEVIA - Amherst KAREN MEYERS - Toword orvj KENNETH MIREAULT Boiler Theotre Co. through the velvet shies Soccer Scorekeeper 4: Bond 1,2; Concert Choir 4: Goldbug 4; Outing Cl. 1: Peer Coun. 4; Core Comm. 4; ARNV 1,2. f 60 JUDITH MAGGS . Concert Choir 2: Chorole 0.4; Chorus 1; Theoter Co. 4. ROSENDO MARCILLO WARREN MAY - Above qH rhiogs be genrie wirh your own self • RAsee Chorus 4; Outing Cl. 2.3,4; Stu. Coun. 1; ARNV 1; Theoter Co. 2-4 SHARI MAZOR ■ The oinn ond final reason of oil music should be rtorhing else bur rhe Glory of God ond rhe refreshment of rhe spnr JS Ooch Bond 1-4; Con. Choir 2: Chorale 0.4; Chorus 1; Not. Hon. Soc. 0-4; Orch. 1.4; Soc. Con. 4; Musicol (leod). Young Peopl. Symp. Ecumenicol Youth Chorole. MAURICE MAZZEl LORRAINE McGRATH DAVID MITCHELL ■ Swimming 1. CUCHITA MONSERRATE • CAROL MOORE 4; Bond 1-4. Cheerleoder 4; Core Comm 0.4; Counter girl ot Dunkin Donuts 0; Solesperson ot Foxmoor 4. MICHELLE MORAN STEPHEN MORRELL Cross Country ANNE J. MORSE • The only gift s 2,3.4; Trock 3. o porrion of rhyself Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Outing Cl. 0.4: Soc. Con. 0.4; Theoter Co. 0.4: Russian Cl. 0.4; Not. Ski. Patrol; A.R.H.S. Eoting 0 Arg. Soc.: M.S.L.P.S. 61 TOVXY MOULDCIX Lord, give rne rhe dererrrwxjron of o weed Chorus 4: N. Leverett Youth Gr.: Teen Encounter.- Wotrobo s. CHRISTOPHER MULLIN . Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Ofch. 1-4; Stu. Coun. 1-4; ARNV Co-Pres.. Ed. 2.3.4; Stu. Ad. Coun. to Spfid. 1.2; W. Moss Dis. Orch, 1.2.3. COLIN MURRAY ERIC CHARLES NAKKIM - With rhe power of sool.onyrhiog s poss Footboll 1; Locrosse 3.4: Amherst Drinking Teom, AST. JAMES 0. NEILL - Gobbo Gobbo Hey Goldbug 3.4; Grophic 4; Peer Coun. 3; Coshler Detective Of Price Chopper. HIEP NGUYEN i TAMMY PAGE • Gymnostics 1; Core Comm. 3,4; Prom Comm. 4. UWRENCE DUDD PAUL • Fnervjship s one soul dwelling in rwo bodies Ansrorle Hockey 3,4: x-country 1-4: Trock 3,4. MICHAEL PAULDING REGINA PLAZA • Friendship Is rhe PAUL PLOURIDE one rhmg rhor mokes life iupremefy wonh living ■ A Huxley Volleyboll 4: Dond 1.2; Con. Choir 4; Theotre Gr. 3: Nov ' s 3,4. :HARLES POLl 62 HOA NGUYEN PAUL NISSENDAUM . Chorole 4. Deboring 3; Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Orch. 1-4; All-Store 60 Orch; All- Eostern (U.S.) 6l orch. BRIAN NOVAK KATHLEEN M. O ' ROURKE - Bond IRENE OSTENDARP ■ Swimming 1,2,3; French Cl. 1; Theatre Gr. 1-4: Tritons Swimming 1-4: 4; Ecumenicol Youth Chor. 2,3; PTNFC; P.D.; St, Brigids ' Youth Pep Bond 3. Gt. 1-3. MIRTA OWEN rOM POTSVALD . Whefe Is rhe RUSSELL POWERS CLAYTON power rhor proreas beoury from rtv decoy erf ife? Preserves rrurh pere of fobehood, Secures reoliry from rtx3t slow sroln of choos wt corruprs? How ore we so rerxJered smol by despite? Why wi the very rocks rtor erupt for own deonslng or crumble ioro cKjsr for shome? Art Rm. 1.2; Creomics 1-4. PRINCE SARA PROCOPIO . Set o stout STEWART PUSEY heorr to steep hiHsrde Scotrlsh FVoverb Art Rm. 1.3,4; Chorus 1; Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 4; Loptond Novy 4; Eng.-Amer. Partnership 2.3. TRACY G. QUINTON - Field Hockey 2; Tennis 3.4; Goldbug 4; Outing Cl. 3,4; Stu. Couo. 2.3; Core Comm. 1-4; 4-H Cl. 1.2: Ski Cl. 1.2: Work 3.4. 63 DAVID REYNOLDS SUSAN RAJTER CLIFFORD RASKIND LISA A. REYNOLDS • When rhr gs go wrong, don’t wolk owoy. rhor won ' t get you ony forrhef • Lone Ckssketball 1.2: Field Hockey 2: Sofrboll 2: Goldbug 4. Core Comm. 1.2.3; Ttl-S V. ALAN RICE • Oond 1.3,4; Orch. Pres. 1-4; IK tutor 4. R.P.T. 1.3. KATHLEEN RICHARDS LANCE T. RONCALLI • Ooseboll 1-4: Football Copt. 1-4; Ice Hockey Copt. 1 4; Trock 2. DORRIN ROSENFELD • The hope of the future Copitolem Trock 2: Bond 1-4; French Cl. 1-3; Not. Hon. Soc. 2.3.4; Chess Cl. 3; Theoter Co. 1: Young Judoeo; Work Of Dononzo. PATRICK RUMBLE . Whot doesn ' t JULIENNE RUTH Kflt me rroKes me strong Art Rm. 4: Core Comm. 1. Alt. Youth Pro. Bd. of Dir. internship; Union of Creative Muslclons. (o support gr. of Innovative ortlsts); Conscientious Objector; D.J. WMUA rodlo. NEAL RYAN JEFFREY SABEY • Theoter Co. 2.3.4. 64 MARDEE SANCHEZ • Hold ro o rrue friend wirh borh hoods Trock 1.2,3 co-opt. most Improved 4; Cross country 2-4; Bond W. District Orch. 4; Sr Orch. 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Goldbug 4; Robert J. Lurtzemo Fon Cl.; Petunlo Pink Dreom Girls 1 . SUE SANTHER JOSHUA SCHUMER NORA SCHWARTZ TED SCHIFF KATHERINE SCOH DAVID ROGALSKI • Rigger Cross Country 1,2: Soccer 0.4: A.R.H.S. Yukon Jock Loarollino teom. DAVID RODINSON MARC RODINSON • The world s gotog aozy ood nobody gives o domn, anymore They ' re breoklng off relonoriships ood living on sofling ships for foreign londs - f Dovies Art Rm. 0; Wind Ensemble 1 4: Goldbug 3.4: Orch. 2.4: Germon-Amer. Port. 3.4: Soclol Concerns 3: Theoter Co. 3.4: District Oond 4.- Techies United 3.4: " Why don ' t we do It In the rood " 3. scon RODINSON . Doseboll 1-4. Hockey 1.2; Football 1.2. ANDREA RinER • Ten miles behind me ond ren rhousond more ro go - J Toykx Concert Choir 4; Chorus 3; Goldbug 4: Core comm. 1 4: Dromo 3.4: Petunlo Pink Dreom Girls 1-4. DAVID RODERTS LAURA scon ■ [kiskerbotl 2.3: Core Comm. 3.4; Prom Comm. TYLER SHEARER • Golf 1 4; 4; PTNFC (sec.) 4. Hockey 3. Copf. 4. ANNE MAHJE SHEEf MAN The rhing rhor 6 imporronr 6 rhe rhing rbor is nor seen Doskerboll 1-4.- Softboll 1.4: Summer Softball (Lassie League); Summer Doskerball. RONALD SHEPARD LARRY SILVERSTEIN . Daseball CHRIS SILLART 2.3. k SHEILA SMITH ■ Volleyball 4: CHERYL SMYSER Spanish Part. 3: Soc. Concerns 4; Third World Cl. 2-4 ROBIN A. STARKWEATHER - GLENN STEDMAN - Loctosse 3,4. ANDY STEIN . Coocel my SCOH STEPHENSON Trock 2.3. subsoTpnon ro rhe Resurrecrion Footboll 1: Skiing 1 4: Chorus 4; Debatlng 4; Peer Coun. 4; I ! ARNAV 2.3.4. 66 BARBARA SIMPSON KENT SINCLAIR • Cross Country 4: Track 1.3,4; Wrestling 1-4; Sponish Port. 4; Ski Cl. Aide 1-4. NEAL SLOCOMOE • The future olwoys arrives o lirtle before you ' re reody ro give up rhe presenr Hockey 4; Soccer 2.3. Copt. 4; SumrDer Soccer; ARMS Yukon Jock Logrolling Teonrt. EMILIA SMITH ■ Bond 1-4; Concert Choir 2,3.4; Orch 1-4; Ecumenicol Youth Chor.; Young Peoples Symph.; Dis. ond All- Stote Orch. 0 Bond. MIRIAM SMITH PAUL BRAD SMITH - Hockey 2-4. Locross 2-4; Soccer 2.3; Bond 1; Core Comm. 2,3; WILLIAM STRATFORD . Work STEVE STRONG - Work study. STEPHEN E. SULLIVAN - Starr v irh DAVID SWEIGART KIOCHIRO TAKAMIZAWA ANNA-SOPHIE TAMM - Athletics study; No. Leverett Youth Gr. what you know ond build wirh 4: Tennis 4; Volleyball 4. what you hove Stu. Govt.; Golf; Squash; St. Brigids ' Youth Gr.; Log rolling teom. 67 i I 1 ERIC TOWNSEND • Genu(r»e ALEC THEILMAN . Hockey 3.4: Soccer 1-4; Senior Pronk Comrrt. IRISH THOMAS • The porry has JUST begun Wkstudy 3 ; Portying 1-4. JOHN THOMPSON . Soccer 3.4: Tennis 2.3.4. MARGARET THOMPSON OnSY THORNTON . Ckisketboll 1- 4: Field Hockey 2.3.4: Softboll 1-4; Core Comm. 4; TrI-S 4; Women ' s Softboll V.F.W. Heovy merol Itves ger reody for orvjrher revohjnor Soccer 1.2: Tennis 1; Grophic 4; Core Comm. 1: Dlonny 2-4. GRACE WANG • Inti. Students 1. Pres. 2-4; Chorale 4; Theoter Co. 2-4. DOUGLAS WASKIEWICZ • KEN WEISSMAN Dosketball 1; Cross Country 2-4: Golf 2-4; Trock 1.4. THOMAS WESTORT TOM WETHERDY STEVEN WHITNEY 68 ALIE TURNER . Field Hockey 2.- Photogrophy 3.4; IPC Tutor 4. KURT UMHOLTZ • Trock 2.3.4. SARAH VON DER LIPPE - Locrosse Mgr. 1.2,3: Cheerleoer 2; Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Core Comm. 3.4: Tri-S 3.4; Theoter RODERT VOLPE Co. 3.4. MARTHA WALL • Volleyboil 3; Outing Cl. 3,4: Sponish Port. 3; RALPH VON HUMMEL • Doseboil Core Comm. 3.4; A.R.H.S. 1-4; Dosketboll 1; Football 1 4. Vorsity Logrolling Teom. SHARON WHITTEMORE • Mo 6 Dod , . . rhe porry’s over -Whirr ? Figure skoting 1-4; Jou Wksp. 4. ANDREW VILCE • Sorr rr y Ports. Ise rhe dreom of John Lenrton, Ives on forever If you wonr rrte Just whtsrie You know how ro ' ATherle doo’r you? You jusr pur your Ips rogerher and blow Art Rm. 3.4; Cross Country 2.3; Chorus 3. Pres 4; Goldbug 3; Outing Cl. 1,2 Trees. 3 4; Chess Cl. 2,3. Pres. 4; Theoter Co. 1-4; Eot (j Arg. Soc. 1.2; D. ond D. Toble 2-4: Som Potts Fon Cl. 1-4; Z-mon 3,4. BARBARA WILL ■ Chorale 3,4; Treos. 4: Germon Amer. Port. Progrom 3.4; Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4: Young People ' s Symph 2-4; Theoter Co. 2-4. ROBERT E. WILLIAMS ■ Footboll 3.4; Track 2.3,4. VINCENT WILLIAMS . Doseboil 2.3; Third World Cl. 2,3,4. ADAM WOLF - Doseboil 3; Dosketboll 1; Squash 4: Tennis 4; Grophic 3.4. 69 CATHERINE YANDO GWENNE ZAMDELLO TANYA M YAKOVLEV GADRE AOERA RODERT E. MCINTOSH . Srud«nr School Comm. 1: Soccei 1 0: All loogue 3: Hochoy 1-3; Dosoboll 1 3; St. Ofigids ' Youth Group 2.3; the Loomis Choffee School 4 . NANCY WOODARD LEAH STANLEY ONCE UPON A TIME . . . K Lee Oork K Scorr D Drown C Monserorre P HqII K Longro D Holmes fX Shepord L Cunningham T Mercer D Will S Procopio J Gorslick C Dornord K Mireoulr 1 C Moore M Sonchez T Clork D Aldrich K Klemer S Lenz D Fllios D Sheermon L Giglio D Osrendorp D Thornron WHEN WE WERE YOUNGER . A Turner P‘- J Cobb A Fox A Fobos A Rirrer W Crouse C Murray it r I — - r I - - i D Rogolski D Gouin L Fluery J Derkmon D Simpson 3 Hall 3 Johnson T Hrusko G Zombello J Neill S Robinson D Moinzer D Columbe D Lowler Isr r. (l-r) M Thompson, J, Cooper, L Cunningham, G Roberrs, T, Hall, J. Picorre, C Smyser, 2nd r, (k) C, Mullin, G Koulenos, M Moron, A Meyers, J Ausrin, S Dunningron, S Whirremore, 3rd r (l-r) J. Ivey, D Hunrer, M Robinson, J Forbus, J Wrisley, A Fespermon, M Gowienowski, C Callahan, A Srockwell D Berlin M Halpin JV V. Football 1st r. (l-r) Coaches R Kneefend 6 A Jocque, V Williams, C Washington, S, Feder, Copt, C Allen, H Eidr, J Holden, Copt L Roncolli, Copt P VonHummel, G Vonderswoog, G LoChonde, S Wilson, Mgrs T Holl, P, Hall 2nd r, (l-r): J Lonoureux, A Rosenfeld, J Winslow, G Larson, R Willioms, D Apodoco, C Drake, M Johnson, S Poul, T Curran, R. VanPeIr, P Kelly, D Carey, 3rd r. (l-r) J Eidr, D Gouin, P Cory, P Lozorus, T Fish, N Kessler, J Grice, T Timmermon, M Dorrerre A sporrs ream is measured by many rhings orher rhan irs record The ARHS 1960 Foorboll season moy nor hove been os successful os some of us hoped bur o few seniors ond mony underclossmen come owoy with feelings and memories rhor will never be morched As rhe season wore on, ofrer srrogglers hod come ond gone, o righrly-knir ream of select individuols emerged This reom consisted of mony positive ospeas Pride ond respea stood our visobly After every season we olwoys look bock for improvements that con be mode ro rhe progrom This is one way we hove strengthened rhe program for future athletes With prepororions olreody in full swing, we ' re looking forword ro next foil The Soccer Team hod o disoppoinring sea- son wirh Q 3-10-4 record The highlights were rhe 2-2 ne ogoinsr Chicopee ond rhe 2-1 win over Longmeodow wirh borh gcwls coming in rhe lost rwo minures No doubr rhe school will remember rhe ream for rhe pranks of o few members The Jr Vorsiry ream was rhe strongest in recent years and roises our hopes for next yeor J.V. Soccer 1st r. (l-r) Mgr Jenkins, J Hofner, K Lengesio, D Chumley, P Demerorh, R. Mineor, A Manning, C. Cqjoler, S Hoyword 2nd r (l-r): P Thielmon, A Poyne, K Slovin, M Burak, J Corlin, ! J. Slovin, R. Hoir, J Shimmel, S Brush, H Chevan, J Loprode, J Romsey, Cooch J Vossollo V. Soccer 1st r (l-r) J Ausrin, E Moroles, J Foto, N Slowcome, M Forsyth, K Lindquist, S Pusey, G KecxJiokion, Cooch T Grolinski, J Downie, P Denerorh, P Loescher, R Forresque, S Hartman, J Tomson, T Clork, P Leisnna, D Rogolski, F Daniels, J Ivey, T Lirrie, E Brose, T Matlock Pordon me Girls, rhis is rhe Amherst Field Hockey Team — 9-4-1 . . . " Another one bites rhe dusr " ... Trip to Boston . . . Jogging oil rhe woy ro rhe soccer kickboord . . . The Agowom Foorboll Teom . . . Tunos . . . Pizzo ' . . . Kinky notes in rhe windows . . . Vhen ' s rhe porry? . . . We ' ll miss you Gwennie ond Liso . . . Mark and Perer-Thonx for rhe thrills ' . . . We ' ll kick oss In W. Moss next year . . . you ' ve gor o lor ro live and Hockey ' s got o lor ro givel J.V. Field Hockey 1st r (l-r) M Joinchill, J Godolre, T Perkins, A Gordon, N Sinouer, A Loprode 2nd r (I- r): S Bosch, J Evans, J. Archer, A Dolron, E Teng, P Sr. Pierre, S McBride, M Benonder, L Presron, L Hoyword 3rd r (l-r) B Shields (coach) L Digiono, C McDonold, H Bichords, J Sronne, J Harrison, L Plozo, D C)wen, D Jennings, S Wordlow, K Tolusue, T Sriles, L MoOeon V. Volleyball 1st r. (l-r): R PIqzq, F Houn, V Gouin, 2nd r. (l-r): Coach L Giord, C Wiggins (Mgr ), M, Paulding, A Khoshorefeh, M. DeNyse, P Sruberovskis, N, Woodord (Mgr ) J.V. Volleyboll 1st r. (l-r); A Lucas (Mgr ), T Dennerr, Y Takamizowo, L Kollio, M Marhews, S. Smith, P Calderon 2nd r (l-r) Coach O. Lourencuenre, K Scorr, B Lizorre, K Bobinson, S Wong, L. Bice, D Colderon, E LoVolle, P Bobinson. __ i - ii Varsity Volleyball league record 13 wins - 0 losses 2nd place Fronklln Counry Leogue, Western Moss, Chompions, Quarter finalists Stare Taurney, " fXick Hurron redly knows his sruff " is rhe consensus of rhe Girls ' Cross Country Teom (Those Friday procrices or Jusr Des- serfs were o fovorire) Rick, o rookie cooch- vereron runner, rook odvonroge of rhe obsenree FuFu, lost yeor ' s coach " They were o reol swell bunch of hard working girls " soys Rick For rhe reom, rhe feeling is muruol Derry, who os usuol, ran herself ro injury, rookie Kore, who ran herself ro 17th in WMoss, Mordee, roking ir eosy (!!) gor 12th in WMoss, Peggy, who gor so excired during workours she couldn ' t help bur rip her clothes off; Cindy who couldn ' t srond rhe pleasure ond moved ro Florida, Kyn- erer who loved ro ger into Rick ' s shirrs, Yverre who rook on rhose seventh grade obsceniries, Louro, who was quier bur dedi- cated, Amy, who hored running bur Mum- my insisted, and finally Slim Sue who wont- ed ro run off o year of French pastries , . . A well rounded ream rhor may nor hove done well, bur hod loads of fun 1st r (l-r) Y Lourenr, P Dwyer, S Lenz, L Timmerman, 2nd r Coach R Horron, M Sonchez, K Goldsmith, L Golowich, A Cushing, D Wilson I I li Oft quoted Coach Crowley repeored rime and rime ogam rhor rhe 1980-1 Doy ' s Cross Country Team wos one of his besr ever Troin- ing sessions through field ond stream, up ond down snow covered peoks, brought ream members closer rogerher-unifying them with one goal in mind-ro ger Rondy running Myriod onlookers flocked ro rhe High School ro witness rhis specfocle of humon devosrorion-which wos rhe Cross Country roce Perhops rhe 8-4 third in Valley Leogue seoson wos best summarized by on ospiring freshmon runner rhe day before his firsr roce, " Maybe when I go ro Amhersr College I ' ll ploy football " 1st r, (l-r): C Murroy, C Jones, J. Knightly, D Woskiewicz, K Sincloir, S, Morell, J Dizord, D Hostings, L. Poul, 2nd r, (l-r): S Prescorr, D Knightly, C, Gould, D Torriemeyer, S Sosrry, D. Porriquin, C Washington, M Crowley, S. Soulrysik, 3rd r. (l-r): S, Sullivan, M, Gordon, A Fosr, M Fleer, A. Runner, D Sincloir, M, Drown, M Froning, A Person, J Speed, S Jump, Cooch R Crowley 78 The Boys Basketball Team stumbled early, bur come on strong or rhe end, winning 5 of 6, ro finish rhe seoson or 10-10 The ' Cones were led by senior co-coproins Dovid Drown or guord ond Mike Gilbert or center. Other ployers who helped moke this on exciting yeor included senior Pedro Dios ond juniors Vern Willioms, Scorr Wilson, Scorr Mallory, Jon Rolph Mike Drondrs, ond Mike DeAngelis. Doys ' Varsity Dosketball 1st r (I ro r) F Daniels, V Williams, Copr D DiOwn, J. kolph, M DeAngelis 2nd r. (I ro r): Cooch T Sryspecis, Mgr S Hoyword, 5. Mallory, Copr M, Gilberr, S, Wilson, M Drondrs, P kios. Mgr S. Livingsron Doys ' J.V. Dosketball 1st r. (l-r): C Gould, S Prescorr, K Nid- olson, D Duggon, 2nd r. (l -r); Cooch A Jocque, C, Drake, T McHugh, J Eddy, D Current, J. Hofner, Mgr M. Crowley V. Girls ' Dosketball 1st r. (l-r): Joclsson, P O ' Connor, M Holladay, T Mercer, K Klemer, 2nd r (l-r): Coach B Shields, C Drown, D Thornron, D Cosons, B Sheermon, J, VqssqIo (ossr, COQCh) J.V. Girls ' Dosketboll 1st r. (l-r); G Boncolli, J. Sronne, H Richards, D, Quinlon, F O’Rourke, Coach J Vossolo, 2nd r. (l-r): J Harrison, N Dernord, R Loescher, K Voskiewicz, L Lengiezo, A Warren, P. Darrere After losing eight seniors and ocquiring o new cooching sroff, the Girls ' Basketball Team was relotively inexperienced this yeor. The jump up to Division I olso hindred their success. Although it doesn ' t show in their win-loss record, the reom improved o great deal. After working hard this season, we ore looking forword to o more successful ' 81- ' 82 season. 80 , Ul Girls ' Swimming 1st r, (l-r): Cooch J. O ' Donnell, K, Clark, L. Frasier, E Theilman, P Almassy, A, Crorry, D Chisalm, I. Sruberoskis, J- Asebrook, T, Doch, P. Damon, M, Doyle, J. Guyer, S Yandion 2nd r. (i-r) D Osrendorp, M. Ferro, E. Moran, D, Bunker, K, Mollory, H. Domerell, C. Cooper, K. Kessler, A, Asebrook, K Aho, J Leo, J The Girls Swim Team hod irs besr yeor ever. We ploced 3rd in " A " division, wirh o record of 10-3 Our reom, mode up of many very dedicated people, was led by cooch Jim O ' Donnell He gave up his rime ond ir really poid off We will remember . . . bearing rhe store champs, listening ro Leslie ' s and Pom ' s jokes, worching Koren, Kasren G Mondy beor up Jody, trying ro convince Alexis ro weor her hair down, being shocked when Renee come ro procrice, listening ro Dor reoch us cheers, trying ro repoir flat tires, gerring French broids, singing victory, pur- ring on suit after suit bur none of us knew why, trying nor ro forger our shorts bur misplocing them once we gor in rhe pool, ond seniors Derh, Holly ond Terry, who we ' ll miss next year All in oil ir wos o great season! Under rhe direction of cooches Jim O ' Donnell and John Moron, rhe Doys ' Swim Team stroked ro o 7-7 record in " D” Division, The 15 member squod, 5 of whom were seniors, devosrored such opponents os Hoosoc Volley, Classical, W. Springfield ond Toconic, while losing ro rhe rich powers of Longmeodow ond Cathedral . The ream will grovely miss o_ number of irs star swimmers, including co-coproins Ted Clark ond Jeff Gould os well os seniors John Luddy, David Mitchell and Mike Cuomo, Returning ro lead rhe ream next year will be o number of up and coming stars, including Junior Dob Mitchell and sophomores More Snow, Don Zio- mek. Norm Kessler, Srefon Burak and Sreve Lund, Doys ' Swimming 1st r. (l-r): Assr. Cooch J, Moron, D. Silver, D Mitchell, T. Clark, R, Fueres, S. Lund, M. Snow, S, McKoy 2nd r. (l-r): D, Mitchell, D, Ziomok, L, Owen, J, Luddy, S, Durok, N Kessler, J Gould, M. Cuomo, Cooch J, Moron, D. Silver, D Mitchell, T, Clork, R Fueres, S, Lund, M Snow, S, McKoy 2nd r. (l-r): D, Mitchell, D, Ziomok, L. Owen, J, Luddy, S, Durok, N, Kessler, J Gould, M Cuomo, Coach J. O ' Donnell The ARMS Hockey Team come inro rhe year os on underdog ro rhe mojoriry of reoms in our leogue, rhe main reoson being rhor we acquired 13 new players Dur Buzz Dray feir rhe ream could be rournomenr hopefuls because of experienced ream mem- bers Tyler Shearer, Lance Roncdli, Pere Worrhing, PJ, Plourde, Alec Theilmon, and Rich Loshway. We suf- fered rhird period blues rhroughour rhe firsr parr of rhe seoson, bur lorer on we gained experience and wenr on ro win some rough gomes. Hockey 1st r (I - r): T Morhews, P J Plourde, Lance Poncolli, P Loshway, T Shearer, A Theilmon, J Loshwoy 2nd r, (l-r): Ass ' r cooch D Robinson, K Knighr, D Chumbley, L Poul, D Knighrly, M, Greene, D Hostings, J Greene, T Hall, W Crouse, P Worthing, A Melnick, Coach D Droy 82 Gymnastics: 1st r. (l-r): E, Theilmon; J, Guyer; R. Culbertson; P. Almossy, C. O ' Sheo; M Denonde r; G- Tudryn, Coach C Morrier, 2nd r. (l-r): L Huner,- C. Jackson; M. Dion, D Drooiss, T, Currin; D, Chisholm, D, May, L Drown. This year ' s Gymnastics Team was led through o successful season by new cooch Cheryl Morrier. Ir promises ro be o good ream in yeors ro come. Strong performances come from Donnie, Gino, Elizoberh ond Mory, while co-coproins Tina ond Dorlene offered need- ed experience Other good performonces come from Derh, Celio, Mory Ann, Jo- sei, Poulo, Lovinio, and Izzie. The Squash Team hod o rypicol seoson-rhey won no morches. Some individuol records were impressive Though, including Dwyer, Collohon, ond Rikkers. Dorh reoms gorhered on unusuol- ly lorge orroy of voluobles, including 4 rocquers, severol dozen bolls, ond sweors from Andover, Kingswood- Oxford, ond Choore-fTose- mory Holl. Doys SquQsh (l-r) Coach L Driggs, M (Mkkers, M Dwyer, T Timmer- man, C Collohon, G Keochokion, K Lee, P Loescher Girls Squash (l-r) K Sherwood, K Donovan, L Silvo, K Nerborne, K Clork, K Tover, D Chrlsrlonsen The Wrestling Team gor off ro o good srorr bur finished rhe seoson wirh o 6-7 record. However, rhe record did nor represent rhe orrirudes of rhe wrestlers. This yeor wos full of hord work, dedico- rion ond dererminorion. The individuol performonces were oursronding. Win or lose, rhe effort wos olwoys 100% This yeor ' s cooching sroff consisted of 2 for- mer high school reommores, oursronding wrestlers. The gymnosrics reom wos very helpful ond on inspirorion ro oil (Un- forrunorely 15 will ger you 20!) Some interesting events ro remember ore: Ken ' s Jumping Jocks, Mod dog ond his invisible friend; Dovie ' s bleeding. Tod ' s ocrive porriciporing, Phil ' s rypicol white boy; Horroi ' s obiliry (?) ro moke weight; Pvussell ' s fights, ond most of oil, Allen " ploying pool ' ' !!!!! Ski Team 1st r. (l-r): T. Sellg, A Manning, D Greenberg, S, Nordin, 2nd r. (I- r): Coach J Cushing, D Kirk, J Ferler, D Horper Wrestling Team 1st r (l-r) D Srowell, H Danner, K Sinclair, P Lazarus, P. Pa wers, K. Weissmon, P Doucher 2nd r (l-r): Assr Coach A. Hirsch, G Waldman, G. Perchemilides, T Jones, S. Pusey, T Lewison, D Reynolds, E Harroi, Cooch P, Lubell The Ski Team goes ro Derlkshire Eosr for proctices on Tuesdoy ond Thursdoy ond they roce other reoms in W. Moss. Guiding Light for rhe reom is Cooch John Cushing. Football Cheerleaders 1st r. (l-r): D. Coulombe, C. Monserorre, Tri-Copr. V Gouin, C, Donovan, Tri-Copr. L. Doisseou, A, Whire, J. Clark, Top: 0 Hall, Tri-Copr. S. Surner, P O ' Connor, J. Dugoy, C Donovan. This yeor rhe Cheerleaders occomplished more rhon rhey rhoughr rhey could Fund roising efforrs poid off wirh new uniforms. Some members of rhe squad orrended summer comp and rhe cheerleoders benefired from rhe new cheers ond rourines rhey learned. The foorboll cheerleading squod consisred of rwelve cheerleoders leod by rri oproins Liso Doisseou, Vol Gouin, ond Sue Surner Derween gomes, procrice, Doosrer Day ond orher special projecrs, rhe cheerleading squod sroyed ocrive ond busy. Soon ofrer rhe foorboll season ended, rhe boskerboll seoson began for eleven of rhe girls. Co-Coproins Liso Doisseou ond Vol Gouin readied rhemselves for onorher long season. The cheerleaders occomplished o lor during rhe school year and look forword ro o summer of prepororion for nexr yeor. 85 CAN YOU EV So these ore rl I don ' t break if he ' s going to pitch 3 bolls, then I ' m going ro use 3 bors Mon the lifeboorsl He died with his sneakers on. Mmm ... You work up quire on opperire by lunchrime I con ' r srond these cold classrooms Whor do you mean they ' ve drained rhe pooP 90 ER FORGET . . . Clear our folks! I ' ve gor rhose " Gor ro finish rhis reporr in 10 I ' ve gor Irl Lunchrooms ond Drogons ' mlnures " Blues . . . 0 THE DAYS YOU Somerhing hos gor ro be done obour rhe roof A rypicol American yourh 1 ■ ' ' i Anorher poacher in rhe food bin Come on, Whor ' s more imporronr? Me, or AV Sryspeck ' s Chemisrry? It ' s got " zesr oppeol” Reolly, mon Cosmic! There ' s gor ro be on easier way ro pass dromo Whor do you meon you don ' r hove o poss? Us? We oren ' r hiding onyrhing. Everybody donee! i Driver Ed ' s besr srudenr I ' m sure I iefr ir in here somev rherel SPENT AT A.R.H.S. Don ' r woke me up unril after H period. Thor ' s righr, keep your eye on the . Deom me up Scorry! The greor chef of Amhersr, . . no, no! rhe ball! 93 1 THE THEATER O King Lear , King Lear was on exciting prcxducrion A ploy colled " impossible” wos performed wirh floir ond rolenr by rhe lorge group of ocrors. Everyone hod o good rime ond leorned o lor obour Shokespeore. Proise must go ro Scorr Koh, os King Leor, John Ivey os his foirhful ' servonr ond Rich Drehm os Glouscesrer. The show wos obly directed by John Worrhen wirh rhe help of Korie Greenoboum. ' 94 OMPANY PRESENTS Dye Dye Dirdie When rhe curroin wenr down on rhis yeor ' s February musical, Dye, Dye Dirdie, rhere were jusr shorr of 100 srudenrs on sroge, rohing bows. Another 60, bocteroge or in rhe orchesrro pir, earned rheir congrorulorions less visibly. If rhe sheer number s of involved srudenrs overwhelmed John Moggs ond John Worrhen occasionally, rhe noisy applause from rwo packed houses jusr confirmed rhar rhe annual Winrer Musicol hos become one of rhe high-poinrs of rhe school yeor. Special credirs go ro Rich Drehm (direcring), Dovid Dogorrz and Andreo Llamas (managers). Rich Gordon (producer), Liz Fabel (cosrumes), ond Andy Doughron and Jeff Sabey (sers), who mode ir oil hoppen. 95 m - S FORMS A.J. HASTINGS, INC. 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