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

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, iip! ;n 3 4 , LK DEDICATION EVELYN GOLDENBERG " Having o Good Educorion is AInnosr As Voluoble os o Pushy Mom " Peonurs ' Peppermint Porry Whor does rhis piece of comics wisdom hove ro rell us about Evelyn Goldenberg? Veil, for the post four yeors, she has cerroinly " adopted " the Goss of 1982 and provided its members with careful guidance, friendship, genuine concern, witty repartee and love. Her active, outgoing style helps oil of her students to better profit from their school experiences. Each of us needs o push now ond t hen, especiolly in the kind ond respectful woy thot Evelyn goes obout helping students to confront obstocles ond moke choices. Vhot is speciol obout Evelyn Goldenberg? She con get people ro do what is good for themselves ond still hove them liking her the more for it. For being rhis kind of person, we thank you!!! 2 Administrofion: G Soulsberry, J Heffley, L Kovonough Sociol Studies: 1st r (l-r) J Adorns, R Kelly, W Ames 2nd r (l-r) D Mellen, K Whirremore, C Schweid Art: L Krovirz, D Derby, J Logon English: 1st r.(l-r) D Minks, J Elios, B Pennimon, J Yuill 2nd r (l-r): L Crouse, J Price, J Jocobs, J Doer Moth: 1st r(l-r): V Dosroble, M Froning, S LoVerdiere, J Moron 2nd r (l-r) H Dovid, A Sronne, M Firzporrick, J Leocopoulos Secretories: L Gouin, J Fleury, H Goddord, A Modrzokowski, M Abromson Guidance: 1st r (l-r); C Munsey, N Mugommod, D Riseberg, L Kohner, R Moyer 2nd r (l-r): M Dordsley, R Honouer, J Hatch, S Giglio, P Korvirz, E Godenberg, M DIeckwehl, L Vigneouir, E Droy ■ Maintenance: 1st r (l-r): J Orrell, P. Longro, D Kolosineski 2nd r (k) G Vloch, J Kolosienski, A Smith, G Drirr Languages: 1st r(l-r): D Mallory, I Ackerman, J Jager, M Drule 2nd r.(l-r) P, Dube, A Hays, J Luipold, D Chopman, W Ouimerre, D Drule, A Chomorro Library: I P.yavec, P Very, L McDonold, Ml Jones Physical Education: D Lawson, L Giord, C Abromson, L Dnggs, P. Kneelond Nurse: H Zorerka, J George 5 Cofeterio: 1st r(l r): H, Thompson, P Lego, H Howard 2nd r(Lr): A Tudryn, D Ewell, M Cory, N Dlhlmonn Home Economics: M, Hrusko, M. Currin, H, Lee Business: M, Shea, P, Fredrictaon, D, Harlow Music: J, Moggs, D. Purcell, P Smirh 6 Science: 1st r(Lr): C. Comp, S Dergquisr, P Worermon 2nd r(l-r): T Sryspeck, J. Scorr I Ackermcri, D Adorns. J Adorns, A Agnos, K Aho. P Alberrsoo, H Alexonder, D Allen. J ABen, M Allen Allen, L Alschuler. Artderson, J Annoble. P Ausnn, J Ayres. S Dobb, M Daley, C Dorges, Don M Dosroble. E Decker I. Delkr»op, M DenorKjer T Dennerr, D Oerge A Dshop. J Dloke P. DIocker, R Dogorrz M Dolozky. M Donwirr L Dosworrh, A Dowles J Doyle, 5 Drodley J Dncken. A Drown, S Drush, S Dorgess, P Durrts. A Durrefl, J Durrows, K Comeron. K Campbell, D Conole-Porolo D Conror, C Corpino. M Casey. T Choisson, K Cholrners, A Cholsmo. M Cbomorro. M Chondler. A Chen. H Chu The Class of ' 84 is surely in o doss of irs own. Ir consists of many different groups of people with colorful personolities, each with our own design to decorate our high school yeors. Ve hove o lor of energy ond spirit. Ir is easy to tell that our doss hos become more and more enthusiastic through the post years and we won ' t stop here. We hove also odopted well to the recent chonges, and it ' s cleor to see that we won ' t hove any problems with the expected challenges in the future. As they say. . . " The best is yet to come. " 9 ■ Sophomore Core Committee: 1st r.(l-r): C. Porterson, M Bonwirt, A Burrell, J Ayres, D Cowles, B Culbertson, N Sinouer, S. Wordlow, A Worren, K Chalmers, K. Mallory, J. Boyle 2nd r.(l-r): J. Current, 5 Uhrle, E Moron, K. Poll, S. Yondion, J. Turner, S. Neills, A. Bowles, K. DeShields, J. Frizzle, K Morbey, K. O ' Connor. 3rd r.(l-r): E. BroyCod.), C. Kilmer, E. Cosby, A. Chen, J. Woodfork, S. Mirchell, C. Burgess, K. Comeron, K. Campbell, A. Harris, V. McClellan, Y. Foisson, D Townsend, J. Klor, M Mosolski. 8 S EdcJy, I EcJdy J Eeenberq. M Evans Y Foson. F Forozdel A Feder. S Fietdmon J Rores. A Foroder T Ford, D Fosrer. L Frofx:s J FnzzJe, M Frooir g, C Gomez, C George. D George. J Godoire, M Goldenberg GoWfTcn. 5 GoIowk±i. C onzolez, A Gordon, E feen, D Greerteboum. M puyer. J Hole, A Homs. J omson fX Dewotfe. S Dihlmonn T Chu. P Oort . M 0emor6, O Oyne. G Cohen, A Cole. A Coler, N Cooper, L Corberr, E Cosby K Oockefy. C Dodge fX Downte, D EcKhouse G Counrs. D Covk ' les. P. Culberrson. J Currenr, K Done. P Oovis, S Deegon. J Demers. L Deryixk. K DeshteWs G Horr. D Hon. K Heffley, J Hoffman. K Hohbretn. K Howord, N Huben, T Hurd ( 09 s, M Jocobson, M Jo»nchfll M Jomes, S JenKs, D Jeonmgs, E Jensen. f Johnson, J Joire, N Jones, L Kofco, J Korlson. S. Kemmrzer w Kenerson, S Keyes C Kilmer. J Kireczyk J KJor. D Knighrly D Kornhtser. C Korzo T Kosroroski, 5 Korfita LOfT ' - Loprode J Loshwoy, Y Lourenr K Lego, A Lehrer K Lengiezo. A Lerner. E Lesste. C Mocdonoid, A Mogr er, K Molkyy. P Mor»ge, M Moon, A Manning, P Momn 0 Momnez, M Mosolshi. K May, V Mcdellon, W Mcdoud. L Mcdowell, S McKenzie, M Medino, 0 Melley. f Meyer 10 Thompson T Tihos D Townsend J Turner T Uibnch, C Vorvderzwoog, A ViUomon, A WoWeck G wodlnnon. 5 Wordlow. A ' it orren, L Weover. D Veir ein. A Wilkins . D Wise, J Woodfork. S Yondion A Sforkweorher. E Srorr. A Srorr, J Srem. T Srevens. T Srites, C Srory, G Srromberg E Sruberovste. A Sworrunorhon J Touer. M TeboWi. L Temzz). P Thedrrxjn C Thornron 5 Thornron S Uhne M Thomas 12 iis ’1 js: ;4.Jl JUNIORS This year ' s Junior Class will breed musicians, writers, mechanics, arhieres, arrisrs, and poliricians. We are conservarives and liberals, srrong-willed and easy going. Our inreresrs are as diverse os our personoliries, ond ofrer going through yeors of nor being quire sure of where we ore or where we ' re going, ir ' s beginning ro moke sense. There ' s no guarantee rhor this year ' s Junior Closs is completely different from ony other junior doss anywhere, anytime; bur os for os we ' re concerned, we ore special. We ' re opening up ro new experiences ond insreod of worrying obour whor ' s for dinner or how ro fir MASH into our schedules, we ' re trying ro moke sensible decisions obour our futures. College? Job? Trovel? We ' re leorning rhor we hove ro roke risks, bur we con ' r rush things. We con roke things seriously and srill remember how ro hove o good rime. " So on ond on you go. The seconds rick rhe rime our. There ' s so much left ro know. And I ' m on rhe rood ro find our " -Cor Srevens Jr. Core Committee: 1st r (l-r) C. Gould, K Kirrrel, K Knight, K Vosklewicz, M Hall, G Lewis, C. Wiggins 2nd r (l-r): J. Hofner, L Silvo, C Cojoler, D Wolf, L. Litchfield, J Heorh, S Burgess, C. Kent, K Kroker, K Shonon, C. Johnson, S, Hartman, C Former 3rd r (l-r): J, Evans, K Robinson, A Lucos, S, Hoyword, M Holliday, J Nields, J. Thornton, J. Trempe, K Webber, A Melnick, j. Berins, K, Kroker, K DiCorlo L Agusnn, J Allen. F ALvorez, S Archer. fX Aubry. D DoWwin. D Ooll, D Oonks, N Dorher. M Dorrerre E DeoecJerri. T Oenrterr, J Denns. L Oerrtord, N Demond. S Desf, Dtgelow. P Dorrisrein, IX [Joynron, K Droce C. Dromery, D DrooKs T Dryonr. S Durok S Dorgess. J Cobon C Copier, J Colderon D Coll, L ConrxDvo L Connovo. N Corptoo J Coshdon, D Chorron, Jr J Churplo, E Oork T Qork. D Clorke, J Clydesdole. D Comings, L Cook. C Cormier, C Cormghr, C Cosmos. L Cosro. D Coukxnbe K Ooker, A Crorry, M Crowley. D Currenr, fX Domon. C Dorlond, fX Dovis, J Deviro. K Ocorlo, G Oonohoe 13 C Donovon. C Droke. J CXjQuoy, M DurroKowsKi. J Eidr. L Eteon. J Evons, A Fobos. 0 Fobos, E Fair C Fcymer. S FeOer, 0 Fetter. J Ferter, 0 F»ekj. fX Fnk, S Foorr , E Fuler, N Gq|OfX3yoke, M Goroo-anr J Gourhier, P Gowieoowski K Gotdenberg. C Goukj J Gfonots. D Greoson M Green. J Greenboum J Gnce, A GnswoW M GurxJershem. J Hofr M Holl. G Honke S Horrmon. P Hoslip 0 Horr. J Hoyes. S Hoyword. M Heogy. D Heoly. £ Heorh. J Heorh. E He win. D Hoffmon. M Holtdoy D Houck. F Houn. K Hudson. M Jockson. T Joger, K Joremczuk. fX Jenkir s. D Jenr«ngs. T Jercxne, C Johnson 14 M Johnson, D Jones, J Jones, A Joshi. J KoHio, J Kouff. 0 Keedy, A Kendoll, C Kenr. N Kessler I Kirley, K KjrTrell, V Knighr K Krol . W Kulp, S Lobonre. J Lochonce, E Lovolle. E Leo, K Letsryno J Lesrer. T Leroile O Lews. f U A Utyo, L Urchfietd S Uvingsron. A Lucas L Luddy, C Luhmonn S Lurvd, M Lynch, S Moggs. C Monon J Mosos Jr . T MorloCK M Morrhews, E Moy, 5 May. M Mozor, D McDoTKikj. E McGII, T Me Hugh. E Monrosh. A Metnick L Merevio , f Mineor, 5 M Monserrore. 5 L Moss, M Moulder erT, P Muench, C K Srrombefg, P Su. S Suroer A SwifT, J Tolbor, T Thomce T Thompson, G Thornron. J Thornron. L Tikos M Torlo. J Trempe F Treyz W Turhill N Udo P Von der Uppe A. wolKer J wono R- Warner K Washburn K Woskiewicz. K WosJwwicz. T Worerman J Weege, M Wesrorr, C Wiggins. K Wilder, D Wilson, J Wirttlow. D Wolf, D Yingsr. D Ziomeck. D Aheorn THE Are you on ro whor s in? As rhe years go by, rhe rimes change, expeciolly or Amhersr High. After raking o quick look oround our school, one con easily see whor ' s in and whor ' s our. Below is on updored version of rhe " Do ' s’ ond Don ' r ' s”, or Amhersr, for rhe year 1981-82: DON ' T hong around rhe orrroom corridor. DO own Q rurrie neck wirh some symbol on ir. DON ' T be sophomoric, unless, of course, you ' re o sophomore. DO worch General Hospirol or leosr once o week. DON ' T pay orrenrion in Driver ' s Ed. 18 DO announce loudly rhor you hove Rolling Srones rickers. DON ' TS OF ARMS DO wear your sweorshirrs inside our. By lorB 11 ' T ji ' Sa DO spend Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday recovering from rhe weekend DO own Q pair of Levi ' s, Hike ' s, and Doxsiders DO go ro Mini Food Dosker, Subway, or Uprown wirhour permission DO guesrion aurhoriry or all rimes DON ' T woke up unril D period DON ' T bug Mr Worrhen while he ' s direCTing DON ' T work In rhe librory ON ' T know wherher ir goes A,D or D,A BOOSTER DAY ' 81 Booster Day, year of 1981, will go down in the A R.H.S. history booiss os ongelic, os opposed to " x- rored " . Our soccer players, true to form, or nor so true to form, sot quietly with halos attached. The skits were fantastic this year, beginning with the Sophomore Class doing " Alice in Wonderland ' ' fol- lowed by the Juniors doing o toke off on " Twos the Night Before Homecoming. ' ' Then you sow the Class of ' 82, the mighty seniors, doing " Strange Happen- ings or ARHS! " The pep roily was o huge success and o lorge port of the credit for making it such should be given to our pep bond conducted by Doug Purcell. Our halls and floors this yeor were the greatest. The seniors " gombled " for first in the hall, bur were " hospirolized ' ' with second for the floor. The sopho- mores wolked through " wonderment " before they found second place in the holl, however got their ocr together ond " Kicked the Bulldogs " for first ploce with the floor. The juniors hod their problems in ' 81 bonging oround the " locker room " ond then wind- ing up in the " grove " for third ploce. ■r»e The Goldbug is o culminorion of many unrold hours of work gener- ously donored by your fellow dossmores. Ir ' s nor eosy giving up rime ro work on rhe book- bur ir is well worrh ir! We rried ro sum up in rhese hundred-odd poges rhe many personoliries, ocriviries, ond expressions rhor moke life or A R M S. unique from ony orher school. We dedicore rhis book ro rhose who con flip rhrough irs poges ond soy, " Ah, yes ... I remember rhor well. " So, reoders . . . Enjoy! -Darlene Chisholm: Ediror Goldbug; 1st r.(l-r): A. Smith, fX Dodin, S. Moore, C. Sr. Mary, A Kouff, J Greenspon, J. Flores, I C Stephenson 2nd r.(l-r): C Mullin, A Ljunq, G. Venderre, D Fink, C Goldenberg, D Derby I (od), L Doisseou, Darlene Chisholm (ed), S. Dosch, G. Smith, fX. Sonrner, E. Heorh, D Myren. Horfonol Honor Society: 1st rO-r) T Morlok, P Fosrer (pres), K Hudson, R Dolorin, A DePoode, D Monroe, J. Tolbor, J Chong 2nd rO-r) M Hoffrrxin. J Hofner, D Weinberg (v pres), J Polph, R Von Peir, W Pnrchord. M Tolbor, D Nguyen, D Srowel, J Turner 3rd r -O-r) A Dolton, A Ljung, C HoHortd (sec), 5 Wolf, D Cheholm (Treos ). S ScTiimmel, C Torrey, F Houn D Fobos. D Wilson, A Toylor 4th r Q-r); J Archer, D Adorns. R Li, A Corpir o, N Miller, R Jenkins. A Morbey, C. Gould, M Hd, K GokJenberg, C Mullin, D Fmk, J (Sronnis. R Drehm, S Sosrry, T Timmerman, L Sroffer, A Oowles I This year we, rhe fifry rwo members of rhe fXoberr Frosr chapter of rhe Notional Honor j Society, porrook in peer ruroring, revising our seleCTion process for rhe choprer, and raising it money for o new scholarship. Our president, Pru Fosrer, led us courageously rhrough our difficulties olong with our vice-president Den Weinberg, Treosurer Darlene Chisholm, and I seaerary Carolyn Flollond Theater Compony: 1st rCk) A DeRoode, R Dotonn, M Longley, C Robinson, L Fobel, R Ptout, 5. AAorse 2nd r G-r) J (jronnis, M Gils. G Smith, S Conn, D Wilson. P Gowienowski. K Hudson 3rd r (k) T Dezudx), S Dosch, L Ford, D Adorns, C. Corison, A Morbey, W Prirchord. R Derry, L Srernheim, A Smith, K Ryovec. M Hoffmon, C Longley. C Hollond. C O ' Sf , L Dorber 4th rO-r) L Moss. A Lucas, D Hewitt, A Lehrer, C Nokojimo. S Archer. A Gnswokj. C Scott, J Smith Eoch year, rhe Theater Company grows by leaps and bounds Lost year, some rwo- ninrhs of rhe entire student body found rheir way onstage. This year, porriciporion has surely passed even rhor phenomenal figure We produced our fourth annual Shakespeare, PERICLB. Two students successfuly directed Giroudoux ' s DUEL OF ANGELS, While John Worrhen rook o group of students ro rhe local elemenrory schools ro perform o children ' s musical (about 110 people sow ir). Our great quest for on odequore lighting system come rhor much closer ro completion, with fund-raising contributing S3, 000 roword rhor goal And we prayed and wepr blrrer reors os opporruniries ro see rhe fXSCs NICHOLAS NICKLEDY arose ond then were rh warred For rhe Graphic sroff, rhis was o year of growth. Previously, o projecr of Journolism dosses, rhe 1980-1981 issues were ham- pered by lock of support: rhe firsr issue was nor our unril Jonuory. This yeor, however, rhe headaches of sroff odvisor Jone Price ond editors Jonathan Turner ond Carolyn Drown hove been lessened by o grorifying- ly heavy rumour. Primory gools hove been ro upgrade writing standards, ro produce issues more promptly, ond ro rreor more serious topical subjects. Grophic: 1st r (k) A Morbey, C Corison, C Torrey, C Drown (ed), 5 Dosch, A Dowles 2nd r 0-r) J Turner (ed). F Houn. 5 Schimnrvel, E Corroll, S Hoyword. C Corpino. M Dolozky, S Dobb, D Fink, A Durrell 23 MUSIC Jazz Workshop: 1sr r (l-r): K. Goldsmirh, T Show, A, Swifr 2nd r (l-r): R Drehm, J. Greenbaum, S, Porrer, N Show, A Kropfr, J, Quinn, J. Mosds, M Poss, D Drown, D, Purcell (dir). The Jazz Workshop has consisronrly brought players of varying obiliry rogerher and provided o common direction for oil. For some it has been o first exposure to Jazz, both trodirionol and conremporory; while for others it has provided opportunity to explore further. Lastly, its players hove enoyed generous support from their director and peers- os numerous cofererio jams con oresr. Symphony Bond: 1st Kl-r) P Swrfr, A Gossmon, A Mukrohy. H Richards, E Moron. K Ross, K Moyer, M Gllis, C HoIkDod 2ndr(k) K Comeron, S Feder, G Thorron.G Dor ohow,T Kosrerowski, J Zfornek, J Durrvjro, K KessJer, P Compbell, D Jennings, K Ooker, J Doyle, E Decker, D Cumnnings, K CorpiiX) 3rd Kl-r) J Asebrook, E Gronnis, S Martens, L Menvio, D Drown, J Fairchild. L Alschuler. L Kolio, J Swift. R Don, J Rodriquez, J Wolf. Z Zjomeck, A LoProde, S McDnde, K Compbell 4th rO-r) J Downing, E Mueoch, F O ' Rourke, D Ziomeck, J Kolio, T Sebosryn, J Miller, C Gomex, T O ' Neil, E Lesrer, R Hort, D Herooemus, M Snow, R Dogonz, P Monen. D Jones. M Mdnrosh. A Au 5th Kl r) M Drown. D Purcell (dir). R Dkxker, J Delknop Wind Ensemble: 1st r(l-r): M Tolbor, A DePoode, A Llllya, D Boynton, K Hudson, P. Vennnon, E Adorns, E Fobel 2nd r(l r) K Dorling, C, Gould, K. Touer, M Morrhews, N Show, M. Jocteon, 5 Moy, P Demerorh, -S. Lowonce, J Duguoy, L. TerrIzzI, C, Kent, D Heoly, D Weinstein, L, Plozo 3rd r(l-r): J Winslow, J Archer, P Vonderlippe, C. Hutchinson, C Lomberr, P Seidmon, C Moeloius, D Purcell (dir), D, Murray, S Moggs, J Errel, E Derr, D Jennings 4th r(l r). E Drose, S Fournier, P. Jenkins, M Denonder, D Weinberg, D DesLesdernier, M Poss, T Agrios, L Pice, J Moscis, M Dlone, L Sllvo, P. Show, N. Mllle, T. Show, D Mitchell. The Symphony Bond is o large wind and percussion ensemble whose mem- bership includes onyone in the High School interested in ploying their instru- ment. Activities include performances or the Bongs Center festivals, and visits to Qteo schools. Membership in the Wind En- semble is my audition only and the members of the ensemble represent the finest wind and percussion musicians or A.R.H.5. Along with their regulor con- cert schedule, the Wind Ensem- ble traveled to Philadelphia in april. 24 AT ARMS Chorus: 1st r(l-f) J Moggs (dir), C ConWm, K Como. C Dormon. J Duguoy, A Kouff, C Hollood, K McDowell. K Weeks, C Kor ero, C Derry, E Hawley, A Cohen, E Hewirr, K Ooker, K Dot1(ng 2nd r(k) A Lehrer, L Fronos. A Kenr er.T Joremczuk, C Scorr, A eer»oo, M McConchie, E Edwards, S Morse, D Odusino. D Nguyen, H Thelen, E Koulenos, K Murphy, L Ousron, L Goddxjux, M Joinchill, fX Greenboum 3rd r (k) Anderson. C Vonderzwoog, E Plisko, D Nugyen. 5 Tong, 0 Homs, D Moisey, A Wise, A Wilkins, J Durrows, C f obinson, P McCullough, T Thompson, A O ' Neill, V Scorr, J Jormon, M Moulder, N Deifonge Chorus; Pushing rhe piano up onro rhe sroge- Monday warmups- and rrying ro remember where ro sir- were all parr of rhe chorus experience. We ' ll also remember rhe concerrs ond rhe chours siogon ' ' CHAIP6I ' ' Conceit Choir: 1st r (k) S Lorson. M Dndegon, E Jensen, S Oosch, C Torrey, E Cnsroph, K Durrell. C O ' Sheo, A Ourrell. K Weeks. M Hail 2nd r (l-r) L Temzzi, J Adorns, S Mirchell. 5 Eddy, R Ptour, J Sronne, K Heffley, D Chshdm. J Smith, S Archer, R Fink, L Sroffer. j Hoffman, A Gnswokj, E Heorh, T Ford 3rd r (k) J Nissenboum, J Hoir, S (Sundersheim, H Alexonder. J Hotr, J Rodnguez, E Tonner, N Mulcohy, D Delesdernier, J Nields, J Greenboum, M Shelby, D Koh Concert Choir: Dnrren ond Purcell- more renor, pleose- singing in quarrers in Seprember- Caborer plans- diLasso- final concerr in Buckley Chorale: 1st r.(l-r); A, Lillyo, P. Monge, Y Takomizowa, K Gibbens, D Greeneboum, A, Kropf, M Hoffmon, D Fabos, C Corlson. W Pritchard, C Langley 2nd r (l-r) S Sumer, E Fobel, S Moggs, D Murroy, A Morbey, M Morrhews, S Monge, J Nissenboum, B. Li, P Heffernan 3rd r (l-r): N Miller, D Heoly, N. Czop, J Errel, J Eddy, P Demerorh, A Eobos, E Adams, E Ford, P Gowienowski, E Drose Chorale: Losogno dinner- roo much burrer- we weren ' t that sharp. Mr Moggs- HOLD ON!- Montreal or Washington? . . . Cleveland! (Con you ploy frisbee there?)- picking on rhe altos again- what o together group. Senior Orchestra: 1st r.(l-r): E Mclnrosh, S Sosrry, A DeBoode, M Tolbor, K Lee, S Moggs, D Murroy, N Miller, D. Fabos, J Leo, M Smith 2nd r.(l-r) D Heoly, S Moy, D Adams, L Foble, J Errel, K Hudson, A O ' Bourke, W Prirchord, D Weinberg, P Demerorh, P Monge, C Mullln, S Moron, P Heffernon, D Jones, A Fabos, G Hudson 3rd r (l-r) G Derrrond, M Mushovolc, B Johnson, T. Show, D Derlesdernier, J Tolbor, L Averill, L Sroruch, D Greenboum, P Smith (dir), J Nissenboum, S Conri, S Cowles, M Dridogin, E Lessie, E Tonner, H. Alexonder, P Levin, J Woodfork Senior Orchestra: M.S.- Drohsm ond his chamber ployers- chomber music worlkshop- Philodelphio, HERE WE ARE!- Buckley Concerr- Mozart ond Bizet symphonies- FE5TIQUE?????? 25 ADC HOUSE A Defter Chance (ADC) is o norionol, nonprofir search progrorr which rakes rolenred and highly morivored minoriry srudenrs fronn inner dry public schools where rhe educorion is nor so comperirive and places rhem in rhe counrry ' s besr secondary schools. The goals of rhe ADC program ore ro give srudenrs a quoliry, college prepororory educorion and ro increase rhe number of well-educored minoriry people. ADC rrodirionolly idenrifies minoriry srudenrs who possess rhe requi- sire morivorion, inrelligence, and sromino ro be successful. Ir ' s o very comperirive program and in order for one ro beligible, rhe oppliconr musr be in rhe rop 10 percenr of his doss wirh o grade poinr average of or leasr 90 and score well on rhe required Secondary Schools Admissions Tesr. He also musr hove good academic ond charocrer recommendarions ond demonsrrore o high degree of personol mori- vorion. Srudenrs demonsrrore rheir charocrer and porenriol rhrough an opplicorion, in which rhey musr wrire essoys ond ger reocher recommendarions The opplicorion goes rhrough on exrensive screening process in which only rhe besr ore chosen. This year alone, 500 new srudenrs were placed in ADC schools, borh public and privare, for enrollmenr in Sepr. 1981. The srudenrs were selecred from on oppliconr pool of more rhon 1,800 Amhersr Degionol has hod ADC porricipanrs since 1968. Our pro- gram is one of rhe rwenry-four Public School Progroms in New England ond one of rhe four programs in Wesrern Mossochuserrs. Since ADC srresses ocodemic ochievemenr, rhere are requiremenrs which we musr follow. We ore encouroged nor ro roke any bosic classes, we hove mondorory srudy hours from 7:00 PM-9:30 PM Sundoy rhru Thursday, and each srudenr musr mainroin or leasr o 3.0 grade average. Our progrom has 10 srudenrs, eighr of whom ore new. We live in o huge Vicrorion house wirh o Desidenr Fomily and rwo residenr rurors. Living in Amhersr is o big odjusrmenr. Mosr srudenrs leave home or rhe oge of fifreen and some as early os rhirreen, many of whom hove never been away from home. Jusr living in rhe small rown of Amhersr is difficuir, since mosr of us ore used ro rhe fosr-moving- ond Amhersr is far from fosr-moving! The mojor odjusrmenr is ro a predeominonriy whire school, which con be very frighrening. However, by rhe end of rhe firsr morking period, srudenrs have made rhe odjusrmenr. Srudenrs usually complere rheir yeors or Amhersr Degionol in good ocodemic sranding nod groduore ro or- ■end fine universiries. -Kevin Nicholson 1st r.(l-r): C P,OQch, S Livingston, K Nicholson, T Thomas, K Woodridge, J Segre (cook) 2nd r(l-r) W McCloud, D Martinez, R Kosoh (tutor), J Penolverr, J Rodriguez, M Smith (dir), A Smith, G Counts, D Roche (tutor). 26 Germon American Portners: 1st r(k) D Monroe K Touer, A Taylor 2nd rfl-r) G Scnirh. C Genrry, A Klock. C Luhrrxjrvi. J Weege The German American Partnership Club has been in existence since 1975 Ir Is a month long exchange program between A P H S students and students from the Albertus Magnus Gymnasium in Dergisch-Glodbach, near Cologne, Germany Students live with host families In the spring of 1982, A P, H S students will be hosting the Germon students and in 1983 we will go there Anyone interested should conrocr the German teocher ftussion Club: 1sf r(l-r) 6 Keodxik»on, C Robinson, S Morse. K Goldenberg, S Conn 2nd Kk) C Podberg. J Gronne. J Oorrks (od) The Russion Club continues in its effort to subvert the copirolist system ond stage a revolution Foiling rhor, they go to Russion films, cook Russian food, and study the nomes of provincial capitals for the big longuoge compennon In rhe spring Outing Club: 1st r(L-r) M Loogley. C Comp (od). 5 Morse, 2nd r(k) C Scorr, A Kkxk. H Chevon. R Ptour, C rXobir son. C Turhi, C Podberg. P GowienowsPu. S Fcxjrnter Student School Committee: 1st r k) Wesrorr. M Holl. 2nd r k) Hefney, K Gddeoberg, M Poge The Oufing Club explores regions for oncJ wise Irs members hove fun learning obour onenreering ond rhe world around them Many rhonks go ro Charlie, who dedicates himself to rhe orgonlzorion of octivirles, olong with student help . . . ond who con ever forger Loke George! TrI-S; 1st Kk) A Oowl«, L DoKseou, 5 Mosey, C Webber, J Trempe 2nd Kk) M Holliday, A Lucas, K Woskiewiez, L Silva, J T)vynrofi, L Reynolds. A MelnicH The Tri-S is on ossocionon whose gools ro provide service, social offoirs, and scholorship Qssisronce ore corned our. The main social offoir is rhe Tri-S Formal Service projects hove i included school and community services, such os rhe Foster Seals Aquorhon and Chrisrmos Carolling TrI-S welcomes, Qs members, any student willing ro help in promoting irs goals Student Council: 1st Kk) S Hoyword. A Ourrell. L Dosseou, C Donovan 2nd Kl-f ) E Heorh, K Heffley. M Guyer, L Temzt, K Goldenberg. M Holl. F Houn 3rd Kk) G Keochoioon, J Oerube, C (Sould, S Schtmrr el. C Torrey (v pres), C Drown (sec), 0 Chisholm (rreos), P Foster (pres) This year we, rhe 23 members of rhe Student Council, reached above and beyond our coll of duty by sponsoring high achieving goals. Our President Pru Foster, led us courogeously through out difficulties olong with our Vice President Carolyn Torrey, Treasurer Dorlene Chisholm, ond Secretory Carolyn Drown As Schools Moich Wits: Isr rO-r) J Turr er, W Pnrchord. C fXobmson.M Toibor 2nd rd-f) S Sosny. D Weinberg. H Cheon.J Srrufb. J Scorr (od). D Meode, A fXosenfield. f Nober, fX Drehm Every year rhe As Schools Match Wits ream travels to the TV studio of WLP (channel 22) to compere with other schools in rhe oreo on rhe quiz program " As Schools March Wirs " On November 26, 1980, rhe ARMS ream rorolly dominored rhe Eosrhompron reom by o score of 295 ro 85 The next week in o high scoring close morch, rhe A R, H S ream was edged our in rhe lost 3 minutes by Norrhfield-Mr Hermon The members of rhe 1981 ream were V illiom Pnrchord, Christopher Robinson, Mory Toibor, ond Jonorhon Turner Inrernotlonol Students: 1st (rd-f) N Chu. M Frontng, H Oxj, I Sternheim, S Wong (pres). Y Wor 9 . A Creenoo. D Nguyen 2nd fd-r) J AAomnez, C Rorhkegol. J Flores, P R.orhkegol, C Luhmonn. F Lobourf. D Nguyen (rreos), Y Tokomizawo. C Gomez. N Udo People of Color United: 1st rd-r) C f ooch. T Toylor, D Sims. C Wiggins. G Lewis, f DiocKer. J Penuelerr 2nd rd-r) A Viomon, D Momnez, E Edy, S Lvingsron, J Rodnguez. T Thomas. N Muhommod, L Gonr, K Nicholson The Infernofionol Students Club is on active socioi organization representing 15 countries ond os mony longuoges Among irs many ocriviries ore por-luck suppers, o monthly newsletter, support for mulriculrurol guest speakers for smoll ossemblies, fund-raising ocriviries, ond o spring ' weekend trip Officers for 1981-82 ore President- Shelio Wong, Vice-President- Tony Phom, Secretory- Julio Wong, ond Treosurer Doon Nguyen People of Color United is on orgonizorion which provides on oirernorive educorionol experience The emphosis is on cultural ond rociol positive reinforcement ond poliricol owore- ness The organization sponsors social, recreational ond fund-roising activities from o mulri- culrurol perspective Amoteuf Podio Association: 1st Kl-r) P Phom. N Mulcohy 2nd Kl-r) D Derlesderniere, L Srromberg. C Emery (od) The Amotuet Radio Assoclotion is o club consisting of licensed and prospeaive omoreur rodio operorors Members ore involved in building, moinroing ond operating communiticorlons equipment both or rhe school station ond in their homes. ARNAV: 1st r(l-r) B Wise, F Treyz, P Gowienowski, L, Moss, C, Mullin, K Goldenberg, S. Conn 2nd r(l-r) M Mosolski, J. Scorr (od), E Drose, D Fink, J Gronnis. Each Week ARNAV writes, produces, ond presents o rodio program over srorion WTTT or 10O0 AM on Sorurdoys. For insights Into rhe latest events, rhe favorite music, ond comments on humor, sports ond rhe real story of life or A.R H S., stay tuned ro ARNAV Debate; 1st rC-r) S Monge. S Sosrry. M Schmolz. K Levin, Nober. C fVobinson. F Treyz 2nd rd-r) C Cosons, G Hewm, M Ooughngon. M (juyer, L Ternzzi, J Coshdon, f U. L Sroffer, P Drehm. J Doer (od) This year rhe Debate Team is bigger rhon ever ond still growing. Along with our 14 vorsiry | members ond 3 members porricipoting in speech events, we hove 6 new novices. We also | hove Q few people trying new events, such os Lincoln-Douglos debating We hove our own doss this year with o lob every eight days ro give us lots of rime ro work together and prepore for rhe future rournomenrs- which we ore looking forward ro with high hopes. i We, rhe senior doss of 1982, hove finally reached rhor milesrone for which we hove so fervently struggled We ore now ready to face tomor- row ' s unknown future Looking bock over rhe lost twelve years, we see our post with oil its disappointment and confusion, os well os its splendor and success We con be proud that our doss is mode up of members, each of whom is unique ond special: Our indelible mork made on A.R H S. We leove our colorful legacy on rhe following pages of our class Superlatives: Smuggest Girl: Narholie Trempe Class Class: Koelyn Nerbonne Class Freudian: Jon Nlssenboum Most Sincere: Julie Archer Most Creotive: Chris Conklin 30 Cutest Doy: Croig Scorfo Class Punk Rocker; Charlie Nokajlmo Unsung Hero: Par Gillen Closs Drain: Mika Haffman Closs Flirt: Karhy Poof ji Closs Dungeon Moster: Dill Noland Closs Twigs: Michelle Pierce and Julie Greenspon Sweetest; Kaye Sherwood Girl Closs Outdoors Person Kynerer Goldsmith Most Likely to Moke you Smile; Darlene Chisholm Smuggest Doy: Peter Demerorh Cutest Girl: Charleen Lambert Nicest; Corolyn Hollond Most Eosy-Going: Tom Little Most Underestimoted; Tim Timmermon Most Dramatic Girls; Ruth Dolorin ond Clore O ' Sheo Most Artistic Girl: Tino Currin Class Dostoevsky: Chris Robinson Smallest; Parry Venman Friendliest; Laurie Komansky Aost Stubborn: Alice Donsignore I Best Body (Boy): John Derube Closs Cynic: Dersy Lizorre Loudest; Eric Derr Class Spazz: Amy Vhire Shyest: Drionne Fanrini Class Klutz: PquIq McCullough Class Three Musketeers: Joann Chong, Chris Derry, and Jessie Chong Most Artistic Doy: Seon ClorKe Closs Couple: Ken Thomas ond Gail Venderre Closs Muffy: Sherri McConnell Most Scheming: Anno Ljung Closs Wit: Will Prirchord Closs Gossip: Lydia Locey 34 Most Athletic Girl: Mary Hollodoy Class Hair: Caroline Wesrorr Class Mom: Alison Morbey Closs Goldilocks: Amy DeRoode Closs Scientist: Nathaniel Mulcahy Most Likely to be Nick Show: Nick Show Class Reporter: Jon Perry 35 Most Athletic Doy: Vernon williams Most Likely to Moke You Look and Wonder: Horry Chevon Jock-of-AII-Trodes: Claire Corlson Best Body (Girl): Sue Surner Most Sophisticoted: Julie Roslsevirz Nicest Smile; Kurr Lindquist Best Lough: Down Prour Most Talkative: Megan DeMorr Best Dressed Boy: Tom Dezucho 36 Mos ' Original: Mark Weidenfeld Class Photographer: Poger Nober Best Dressed Girl: Peggy O ' Connor Closs Outdoorsperson Doy: Allon Klock Closs Rowdy: Mark Pelkey Most Huggoble: Terry Klor Closs Monico Quortermoine: Elizoberh Corroil Class Averoge: Richard Jenkins Most Likely to Succeed (Girl): Sue Schimmel 37 Class Potter; Potty Aune Most Likely to Discuss Nietzche: Mott Schmolz Closs Strotegist: Chisholm Gentry Most Dramatic Doy: ILichord Drehm Aost Argumentotive Doy; Steve Monge 1 rsicrtctor Frnie Mov OSS Clown; Soroh Bosch Closs Defender; Jeff Quinlan 38 Most Understanding; Korle Burrell Most Talented: Liz Fobel Most Desirable: Karen Clark Best Eyes: Terry Mireault Class Musician: Eric Tenner Class Chauvinist; Mart Lee Most Arqumentotive Girl: Katrine Muench Most Deceiving: Audrey Kouff Goofiest: Chris Cosons Most School Spirit: Liso Doisseou Class McDonald ' s: Undo PIqzq Most Charming: Rick Von Pelt Bubbliest: Carolyn Drown 40 Most Memorable: The Class of ' 82 ■j Class Computet Bum: Mark DeNyse Most Unconventionol: Pru Foster ELIZADETH ADAM$. Art Rm. 2-4; Dond 1-4; Con. Choir 2.0; Chorale 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 0,4; Srudenf Counc. 0; Theoter Co. 1« 4; Wolk for Monkind 2-4; FERDIE ADOOOE- Soccer 4,- Trock Golden Sofety Pin Soc. V. Pres. 4; Inr ' l Students 4. NICHOLAS AGRIOS CHUCK ANNADLE- Skiing 0; Track 2; Footboll Mgr. 4. JULIE ARCHER. If o rrxjn does nor keep poce with his conrponions. perhops it b becouse he heors o different drummer " Thoreou Oosketball 1: Field Hockey 1.4; Tennis 0; Dond 1-4: Not. Hon. Soc. 0.4; Outing Cl. 0.4; Core Comm. 1. PATTY AUNE. ' There B nothing so evil, so sovoge. so cruel os the normol rrxjn " Hesse Outing Cl. 2.0; Theoter Co. 1.2.0. VE, os Q class, hove hod our shore of ups ond downs during rhe rhree years we ' ve been here. How could anyone forger rhe confusion we foced os lowly sopho- mores in o school wirh o new principol, Corlene, ofrer dear old Sammy Porrs hod lefr. We suffered in orher woys: wirh booster day defeats, foiling off our mules in that infomous donkey boskerboll gome, ond imbecilic CTDS resting. Our junior yeor wos o step up, wirh musical leads, o successful Coke Sole, and fonrosric parries. The yeor did hove bod points though: wirh another new principal to get used to, monning rhe life boors os rhe holl over- flowed, pre TRI-S tensions and ofrer TRI-S hongovers. While rhe path ro rhe rop has been difficult, we feel ir was one well travelled. Despire rhe odds, we hove managed ro reign supreme in rhe knowledge rhor we ore, above oil, rhe Class wirh Closs . . . The Closs of 1982! Senior Core Committee: 1st r(l-r): A Kouff, C. Carlson, L Dolsseou (sec ), P Venmon (rreos ), K Weeks, S Surner I 2nd r(l-r) K Wlordo, D Droy, C Wesrorr, J DIake, A. Bowles, T Klor, J Greenspon, L Frazier 3rd r(l-r): S Bosch, A • Morbey, A Tulenko, P McCullough, D Chisholm (pres.), P, Bodin, L Worrelboer, E Carroll, J Polph, K Nerbonne, A Bonsignore, B, Forrescue, B Bomsoy, B VonPelr, THOMAS GORDON DEZUCHA — TODD DIAS ' TH rhink about it romorr ow Scorler O ' Horo — Art Rm. 2.3.4. Core Comm. 2.3. Grophic 3. Theoter Gr. 3,4. Theoter Co. 4. JENNIFER DLAKE- " Thanks ro oil my fnends I couldn ' r hove done ir v irhour you Good luck olwoys ond remember me wirh o smile " Skiing 4; Core Comm. 4; Grophic 4. OOD DODEN. " Keep on rolling down rhe highwoy so life don’r poss you by . . . when you pur your mind ro resr, rhor b when you ger into o mess ' ’-Molly Horcher Horn Rodio 1.2; Work of Doncos; Furniture Building. RICHARD BODIN. Goldbug 1.4; Core Comm. 4; Boord of Outreoch ond Mission; Church Yth. Grp. Treos. LISA BOISSEAU. Student Coun. 3.4; Core Comm. 2.3. Sec. 4; TrIs-S 2.4; Prom Comm. 4; Goldbug 4,- St. Brigid’s Yth. Grp. 1.4; Cheerleoding 2, Copt. 3. Copt. 4. 42 ' LUCY DARDER. " When we feor someone, ir 6 becouse we hove given rhis someone power over us " - Hesse Outing Cl. 3.4; [ Theofei Co. 1-3, Pres. 4. CHRISTINA BERRY- " Never look down ro rest rhe ground before taking your next step only he who keeps his eye fixed on the for honzon will find h6 right rood " Dog Hommorsl old Chorus 2.4; Goldbug 3: Amherst ERIC BERT- " Every heorr beat Skoting Cl. 1-4; 4-H 1.2; North counts " - N Armsrtong Bond 1-4; ADAM BERNER Cong. Yth Grp. 2-4. Not. Hon. Soc. 4: Orch. 1. GLEN BERTRAND- Orch. 1-4. JON BERUBE RUTH BOLOTIN- " Oe merry-you hove couse, so hove we oil, of joy ■ ' " All the world ' s o sroge, and oil the men ond women merely players, rhey hove rheir exirs ond enrronces, ond eoch mon in his time ploys mony ports Shokespeore Not. Hon. Soc. 2-4.- Theoter Co. 2-4. ALICE DONSIGNORE- Softboll 1.2; Spanish Por. 3; Core Comm. 1-4; Prom Comm. 2,4; Inner Eost Mongolion Mud Wrestling 1-4. DOREEN BOOTH- CB ' er. SARAH BOSCH- " Run. Spot, Runi LORI BOSTIAN Skipping down rhe cobblestones, looking for fun ond feeling Groovyi " Field Hockey 2.3; Track 1; Band 1: Con. Choir 4; French Cl. 1; Core Comm. 1-4; Theoter Co. 1-4; Circus Arts. lYF 1-3. Co-Pres. 4. Big Three 3,4. PAUL BOUCHER 43 ADRIENNE DOWLES-- This obove FREDERICK C. DROSE- If rtxjr ' s 0 hoppy rnorrioge. I prefer ro be unhoppy ” The Speools Soccer 1-4: Dond 1-4. Chorale 3,4; Tennis 2.3; Nor. Hon. Soc. 4; ARNAV 3.4; The Dinner Porfy 4. ANDREW DOUGHTON oil To rhine own self be rrue And ir muy follow, os rhe nighr, rhe doy, rhou consr rx r rhen be false ro ony rrion " • C W Chesrnur Cross Country 1,2; Trock 1-4; Goldbug 4; Graphic 4; Core Comm. 2-4; Tri-S 2-4. MIKE BRANDTS. Doseboll 1-4; Dasketboll 1.4. DONALD DRAY- Core Comm. 4. RICHARD DREHM. As Schools Motch Wits 4; Debating 2-4; Jazz Workshop 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Theoter Co. 1-3. Pres. 4. Dromotic Interpretotion. CLAUDIA CANALE. " II descend, r eille, I ' ourre core du reve " Art Rm. 2.4; Bollet; Yogo; Amherst Yth. Progrom; Photogrophy. DONNA CANNAVA. " The burning torch of freedom burns those who try ro exnnguish ir ' ' Tennis 2.4. DAVID CAREY. Doseboll 1.4; Footboll 1.3. CLAIRE CAROLYN CARLSON- " Words ore o wonderful form of communicQrion, bur they will never replace kisses and punches Ashleigh Drillionr Con. Choir 1,2, V. Pres. 3; Chorale Treos. 4; Grophic 4; Theater Co. 2-4; Skating Cl. of Amherst 1-4; The Dig Three 3.4; lYF 1.4. ALEXANDRA ANNE CARPINO- Con. C hoir 2; Chorus 1; Deboting 3; Not. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Core Comm. 1,2; Theoter Co. 3,4; Theater Gr. 1; Jones LIbrory 1-4; Plano 1-4. ELIZABETH ALLEN CAITLIN CARROLL- " DIessedis he who hos no rolenr " Grophic Dus. Mgr. 4: Core Comm. 3,4; St. Drigld ' s Yth. Grp. 3. sec. 4. 44 CAROLYN DROWN. ' It moy be insane ro live in a dreom, bur ir ' s mcxJness ro live wirhour one " Doskerboll 7 4 : Graphic 3 . 4 ; Student Coun. 1.3. Sec. 4, NA Cl. 2 - 3 . Pres. 4. LOUIS DROZO KATHARINE OURRELL- ' Norhing rhe heorr gives owoy is gone, Ir is kept in rhe heorrs of others " Cross Country 4; Swimming 1.2: Con. Choir 1.4; Theoter Gr. 2-4. ore here ro rry ro moke rhe lives of others hoppieri " Swimming 1 - 3; Track 1.2. Trl-Capt. 3.4: Gymnastics 1,2, Co-Capt. 3; Volleyball 4 : Winter Track 4 : Con. Choir 1-4; Goldbug 2. Asst. Ed. 3, Ed. 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 2.3, Treos. 4; Core Comm. 1.2, Treos. 3. Pres. 4; Fr.-Amer. Port. 1 ; Novigotofs 1-4: Theoter 2-4: 45 Piono 1-4: Skiing; Coboret 4; IDTC 1-3, Co-Pres. 4. JEFFREY CATLIN JESSALYN CHANG- ' One con bur JOANN CHANG- ' Mom and Dad HARRY CHEVAN try Goldbug 3; Not. Hon. Soc 3.4; 4-H 1; Lob Assistant or Amherst College. Thonks for oil your love ond support, ir 6 oppreoored ' Dond 1 Goldbug 3: 4-H 1; Jr. High Journal; Lob Assistant at Amherst College. DAVID CASHDAN- " 5AX21-0108 025-6F3-LL4 ' ' Fundroising for Hopeless Causes 2.4; Vllloge Green Preservotion Soc. 3,4; Eoring Ants 1-4,- Doorknob Polishers United 1,2. RENEE DUNKER- " Success is foilure turned inside our. rhe silver rinr of rhe clouds of doubt " Siudeni Counc. 1; Core Comm. 1-3; Diving 1-3: Gymnostics 4; Dinner Porty 4. ORENDA DURNETT EVE DEVAHUTI CHRISTOPH- " HoTKXjr yourself, worship yourself, ntedirore on your own being, God dwells wirhin you os you Swomi MuKronondo Skiing Swimming 1; Volleyboll 2: Cross Country Diking Cl. 0: Donee Alps 0.4; Con. Choir 4: Theater Co. 1-4; Tought Improvisotlonol Dromo 0; Directed " Dreoking out of the DIANNE CHRISTIANSEN. Squash 1- Training Dro ' : Lead In 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Theater Co. Ooklohomo ' ond in " Condide " ; 3. Pointed Murol. DANIEL CHUMDLEY KAREN CLARK. “So ler me lie ond go on sleeping ond I will lose myself m poloces of sond. ond oil the fonrosy rhor I ' ve been keeping will moke the empty hours eosier to srond " Field Hockey 4; Squosh 2.0: Swimming 1. Copt. 2, Copt. 0; Core Comm. 1.3, V. ALLISON CLARK- " Somebody tell Pres. 4; Prom Comm. 4; Inner me please, wos I right or Host Mongollon Mud Wrestling wrong? " Von Zonr Trl-S 2.0. Cl. 1-4. LAWRENCE CLARK DEDDIE COSANS- Dosketboll 1-4; PEGGY COSTIGAN PAUL COTY Cross Country 4; Field Hockey 1,3; Ttock 1-4; Core Comm. 2.0. ARLENE R. CREENCIA- Art Rm. 4; Volleyboll 4; Chorus 4; Int ' l Students; St, Drigld ' s Yth. Grp. TINA CURRIN. Art Rm. 2-4; Gymnostics 1-4: Sponish Port. 1,0,4; Tennis; Woter-skllng: Swimming; Snow-skiing; Ploying Piono; Working. NADIA CZAP 46 SEAN CLAKKE JULIE CLEVELAND CHRIS CONKLIN. ’ ' Wirh o lirrle more love, people will srorr ro undersrond rhor love tsn ' r oil rhor bod, espeoolly if you believe in ir " Art Rm. 1.2; Chorus 1.3; Amh. Yth. Prog. (P.R. dir.). SUZANNE CONTI. " Ufe is like o sewer whor you get our of ir depends upon whor you pur inro ir " Orch. 3,4; Outing Cl. 3,4; Peer Counc. 4; ARNAV 4; Theoter Co. 3,4; Russian Cl. 3,4; Leadership Training. DANIEL COOK CHRISTOPHER COSANS- Deboting 2.4; Russian Cl. 1.4. DALTON. " One friend in o ifenme is mudi, rwo ore nnony. rbree ore hardly possible Field 3.4; Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4. KATE DARLING- Bond 4; Chorus MICHAEL DEANGELIS 4; Orch. 3; Cteotive Writing; Clarinet; Photogrophy. DANIEL deLESDERNIER. " All rhor Is gold does nor glirrer, nor oil those who wonder ore lost J Tolkien Bond 1-4; Con. Choir 4; Orch. 1,3,4; Horn Rodio 1-4; St. Brigid ' s Church Trumpeter; Pep Bond 1-4; King Leor 3; Chesterfield Scout Reservotlon Kitchen 3.4; Boy Scouts 1-4. PETER DEMERATH- " It ' s been o hord doy ' s night " Soccer 1-4; Tennis 2-4; Bond 1-4; Con. Choir 3; Chorole 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Orch. 1,3,4; Theater Gr. 3.4; District, All-Stote, All-Eostern (US) Bonds ond Orchs.; Dinner Porty 4; Not. Moon-Horvest Soc 4. MEGAN DEMOn 47 MARK DENYSE- Murphy SQid ir bey " Whor con go wrong, will " Volleyboll 2-4; Srudent School CofT m.; Corr puter Dum 1-4; Sysierr s Mgr. 3.4. AMY DEROODE- " NorNog greor ever ochieved wirhour enrhusKDsm “ fX W Emerson Wind Ensemble 1-4; Not. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Orch. 1-4: Theater Co. 3,4; West. Moss. Yth. Wind- Ensemble 4; West. Moss District Oond 4. DEDRA DODS JOHN DOWNIE. Soccer 1-4: Trock 1; Dond 1.2; Not. Moon Horvest Soc. DENISE DUGUAY JOHN Y. EDDY, tkisketboll 1-4; Concert Choir 1; Chorole 2.3, V. Pres. 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4. LORI FIELD- Goldbug; N.L. Yth. CALEB FISCHER Gr.; Dig Y; ARHS Nursery School. ANGELE JEWEL FLEMING- ‘Tr is sqkJ rhor os port of rhe humon roce. we ore emonopored- Free ' From whor Oppression, poverty, welfare, rope, violence, child abuse, sexism, roosm, oixJ hoiTOssmenr of oil forms, though it seems in reolity we ore nor " Softboll 1-4; Child Study 3. ELIZABETH FORD- " I never forger o foce ... bur in your cose I ' ll moke on exception ”• Groucho Morx Con. Dond 1: Symp. Dond 2; Con. Choir 3: Chorole 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4: Theoter Co. 1-4: Theoter Gr. 1-4; Golden Sofety Pin Soc. 1-3, Pres. 4. RICHARD FORTESCUE- " We ' ve got to ploy our gome Tom Grolinski Locrosse 2-4; Soccer 1-4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Core Comm. 3,4; Theoter Co. 4; Not. Moon Horvest Soc. 4; Soccer Copt. 4; All Pioneer Volley Soccer Leogue Selection 3,4. PRU FOSTER- " I wos no gentlemen born Akin Tush, Tush, feor boys with bugs okespeore Trock 1; Not. Hon. Soc. 3; Pres. 4; Outing Cl. 2-4; Student Coun. 1-3, Pres. 4; Student School Comm. 1; Theoter Gr. 4; Skoting 1-4; DGD 2-4: Novigotors 1-3; Golden Sofety Pin Soc. 4; Flying Folk Soc.. IDTC 1-3, Co-Pres. 4. 48 ELIZAOETH FADEL- To become whor we ore copobfe of becoming is rhe only end in life ” Cross Country 4; Wind Ensemble 1-4; Con. Choir 0; Chorole 4; Orch. 1.2.4; Theater Co. 1 4; Golden Safety Pin Soc.; YPS. DftlANNE FANTINI DRIAN FIELD iANET ERTEL ELLEN EDWARDS. ' No use soying sorry Chorus. Word Processing PAUL EMMART FRANCIS FOX J. VALERIE FRANCESCATO. ‘It ' s nor nrT e ro moke o chonge, Jusr relax, roke it easy, you’re srill young rhor ' s your fouir, rhere ' s so much you hove ro know " Art Rm. 2 4: French Cl. 1; Amherst Yth. Progrom 2.4; Dollet 1; Judo 1; Amherst Anorchy Assoc. 1-4. DAN EL FRANKS LESLIE FRAZIER- Swimming 1-3 Peer Coun. 2; Core Comm. 1-3 Inner Eost Mongollon Mud Wrestling Cl. 1-4; ADT. LANE FRETWELL- Doseboll 3,4; Football 3.4. SETH FRIEDMAN 49 STEVEN FULLER CHISHOLM FERRELL GENTRY JR.. " And rhe rhing rhor you ' re heonng is only rhe sound of rhe low spork of high heeled boys " • Traffic Germon-Amer. Port. 3,4; Chess Teom 2, Copr. 3. Copt. 4: Pre-School Swim Instructor 2-4; UMoss. Strategic Gomes Cl. 1-4: JILL GALLANT- " I musr ' o gor lost " Soclo llst Porty, 1-4; UMoss. Chess Word Processing. Teom 4. KATHERINE GIDOENS PATRICK GILLEN MOIRA JANE GILLIS- Swimming 1,2; Dond 1-4; Yeorbook Art Ed. 1; Orch. 1,2: ARNAV 2; Theoter Co. 3.4. JULIE GREENSPON- " I srond up for my pride I don ' t wonr ro be jusr like anyone in rhts world I connor hide I must finish whor I hove begun Thor ' s rhe woy I ploy in rhe modern doy ' ' - M Jones Goldbug 4: Core Comm. 1-4: Trl- S 2,3; Theoter Co. 3; Durt Cl. 1- 4; Prom Comm. 4; Inner Eost Mongollon Mud Wrestling Cl. 1- 4: ADT. DAVID M. GRISWOLD. " Don ' t osk me ' I don ' t know, yer " Chess Cl. 3. ELIZABETH HAIT MARY HALLADAY- " Worst comes ro worst. I ' ll get along I don’t know how, bur sometimes I con be strong ' ' - D J Field Hockey 1.2. All WMoss. 3, All WMoss 6 Copt. 4: Dosketboll 1.2. Copt. 3, Copr. 4; Softboll 1-3; Germon- Amer. Port. 2-4: Student Coun. 3; Core Comm. 2-4. BRADLEY HARRIS- " I ' d rorher be skiing! " Skiing 2,3: Soccer 2; Chorus 4; Outing Cl. 2,3; Chess Cl. 2-4: Dungeons ond Dragons: Outword Bound. CAROLYN HART KYNERH GOLDSMITH- ”! yom whor 1 yonn Popeye Cross Country 3; 3ond 3; Jazz Workshop 4: Outing Cl. 3; Theoter Co. 3.4; Out of Bounds Stoff; Peer Interpreter Tutor. SERGIO GONZALEZ- Int i Students 2-4; Ployed Jazz.- Mode Pizzos ot Pinocchio ' s. VALERIE GOUIN- ’ ff hoppiness could be bought, few of us would hove rhe price " Volleyboll 1-4: Bosketboll Cheerleoder 2.3. Copt. 4: Footboll Cheerleoder 2- 4; Softboll Mgr. 1.2. RALPH GOULD JOHN GREEN DAN GREENBERG- ‘ AAommy ' s goono ' worry, I been o bod, bod boy No use soym ' sorry, it ' s somerhing rhor I enjoy ' ' -Flyin ' High Again Footboll 1; Skiing 3.4; ADT 1-4 ?; Inner Eost Mongollon Mud Wrestling Cl. 1- 4. JEFFREY HART THOMAS HARTAI- Volleyboll 2- SUSAN HAUGHEY- ' When moving KENNnH HOBART MIKA HOFFMAN " Lo porole o JEFF HOLDEN- Boseboll 3.4; 4: USMC; Northeostern U. through Kashmir " Word ere invent por I ' homme pour lui Footboll 1-4; Locrosse 1.2; Cooch Processing. cocher lo pensee " Chorole 3, Lib. 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 2-4: Outling Cl. 3: Sociol Concerns 2.3; Theoter Co. 3.4; Theater Gr. 2; NEYMYF Clerk 4. for Little League. 51 CAROLYN HOLLAND. " . . . ond 1 rook rhe rood less rroveHed by. ofxj rtx)r hos mode oil rhe difference ■‘Aoberr Frosr Gymnosrics 1-0: Bond 1.0.4; Chorus 0.4; Frer ch Cl. 4: Nor. Hon. Soc. 0. Sec. 4; Theorer Co. 2-4; Teen Encounter. LAURIE KAMANSKY AUDREY D. KAUFF- " The nighr ' s busnn ' open, rhese rwo roods will roke us anywhere " Squosh 4; Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 4; Theater Gt. 0.4: The Dinner Party 4. ALDONA KAULENAS JONATHAN HOLT KEVIN JOY NICHOLAS KARLSON ROBERT HOPLEY SPRING HORNE GLENN A. KEEDY. Locrosse 2-4. RODNEY HOLT JEFFREY HUNT 52 RICH JENKINS- Doseball 2-4; Skiing 2-4: Soccer 2-4: Dond 1-4: UMoss. Yrh. Wind Ensemble. LAURA JONES- Art Rm. 2-4; Oosketboll 1-4; Field Hockey 1-4. Softboll 1,2: Phoiogrophy. TODD JONES- Get me, guys Wrestling 2-4; Not. Merit Scholorship Semi-Finollst. CHARLIE HUTCHINSON-SkiIng 3 Dond 1-4. DIANE JACOBS MAHHEW JACQUE AMY M. KENNER. Dond 1.2; Cheerleoder 1-3: Chorus 1-4; Goldbug 1-4. PATRICIA KILMER. ’’The stupider the peosonr. the better the horse urxJerstorxJs him. " - Chekhov Cross Country 4; Trock 3,4; Gymnosrics 2: US Pony Cl. 1-4. PAUL KELLEY MICHAEL E. KELLY- Dosketboll 1: WILLIAM KENDRICK Foorboll 1,2: Locrosse 1,2; Skiing 1-4; Track 1,3,4. 53 ROBERT KIRLEY TERESA KLAR. " Life 6 like o merry-go ound. pomred horses ndir g up orxj down " -Ood Compony Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1-4: Trl-S 2-4; Prom Comm. 2-4; Inner Eost Mongollon Mud Wrestling Cl. 1- ALLAN KLOCK- Lacrosse 2: Skiing 1.2. Capt. 3.4; Outing Cl. 3. Choir. 4: Germon-Amer. Port. BRIAN KNIGHTLY- Cross Country FARSAD REZA LABBAUF- 1 sow " me " } Qshed " Who ore you? " Ir sold " me " Now. 1 know who it was going to be ' " Art Rm. 3.4; 4; ADT 1-4. 2-4; Theoter Gr. 4. 1-3; Ice Hockey 3.4. AARON KROPF Goldbug 4; Int’l Students 3.4. MATTHEW LEE JODY LESTER KENNETH LEVIN- Cross Country THOMAS LEWISON 2; Deboting 3. Trees. 4; Theater Co. 4: Russion Cl. 3. Treos. 4. KURT LINDQUIST- " Soccer players do ir wirh rheir feer ' ' Doseboll 3; Footboll 1; Soccer 2-4; Track 1.2; Not. Moon Horvest Soc. ’81. THOMAS LITTLE- " Foaog o phose of rhe future. Hoping I ' ve gor somerhing ro lose- roo good ro be true " Tom fXobinson Soccer 1-4; Out of Bounds Stoff. 54 ANNA UUNG PETER LOESCHER. ' We ve got ro go our ond knock heads " ■ Tom Grolinski Doseboll 1: Doskerboll i; Lacrosse 2-4: Soccer 1-0; Copt. All Pioneer Valley Soccer League 4; Squash 2-4: Dand 1; Nat. Hon. Soc. 0.4; Orch. 1; Core Connm. 0.4; Theofer 4; Not. Moon Harvest Soc. 4. ALEXANDER LYON GEORGE LACHANCE LAURA LACLAIRE LYDIA LACEY- Cross Country 1: Ice Hockey 2.0: Track 0.4; Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1.2. : BETSY LIZOTTE- ' Trying ro be profound is shoBow ” Volleyball ' 0: Debating 2: Peer Coun. 4; I Dinner Porty 4. CHARLEEN F. LAMBERT- " No one krxjNvs whor it’s like ro be rhe sod man . . . Dehind blue eyes The Who Trock 1,2: Bond 1-4; Orch. 1.2; Pep Bond 2-4; 4-H Leader 2-4. CHRISTINE R. LANGLEY- ' It is much less rbreorerung ro be feored rhon ir is ro be loved " Mochiovelli Con. Choir 1-0; Chorale 4; Outing Cl. 2-4; Theoter Co. 1-4; Valley Light Opero Stoge Mgr. 4; Leodership Troining 4. JOHN LAPRADE- " Imogine oH rhe people hvrr»g We in peoce John Lertrton Boseboll 1.2; Skiing 1.2; Soccer 2-4; Trock 4; Bond 1; Not. Moon Horvest Soc.; Kentfleld Keggers Softboll. MARK ANDREW MACLOSKY- Squash 0; Chess Teom 0.4; Strotegy Gomes Cl.; L.L.A.; Red Brigade. SUSAN MAISEY- Tri-S 4: Goldbug 4; Deboting 0; Horseback Riding Instructor 1-4; Tennis 4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4. 55 KENDON MALLORY STEVEN A. mange. Chorale 2-4r Debotir g 2-4; Student School Comm. 3; Theater Gr. 2-4. MARY KATE MARLEY- ' ’Hold fosr to dreoms. for if dreoms die, life 6 Q broken winged brd rhot connor fiy ' ■ L Hughes Cross Country 3; Track 1-3; Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Tri-S 2-4; Prom Comm. 2-4; Inner Eost Mongolian Mud Wrestling Cl. 1- 4 TED MATHEWS- Football 1: Ice Hockey 3.4; Outing Cl. 1-4; Survivol Living 3.4; Leodership Trolning 3.4, THOMAS N, MATLACK- ' ■PNIosophers hove only mrerprered the world m vonous woys. rhe point, however, is ro change it ' Soccer 1-4: Swimming 1; Not. Hon. Soc. 2-4; Theoter Co. 4. ERNEST MAY TERESA MIREAULT RODERT MITCHELL GRACE MELDON PAULA MILESZKO ELIZADETH MONROE- Chorus 1; GARY MONTAGUE j Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Germon-Amer. Port. 3.4; Theoter Co. 4. J S I 56 I PHIL MAYNARD. US Morine Corps. MARYA MAZOR- " Now s Q ship, which coproin om, soils our of sleep, sreenng for dreom Cummings Soc. Cor cero; Dromo; Modern Donee.- Loughing. MARSHA McCONCHIE- ' Tm flirring wirh Dtsosrer " Chorus, Word Processing SHERRI McConnell- " Ufe is o series of hello ' s ond goodbye ' s-l ' m ofroid ir ' s nme for good bye ogoin Dilly Joel PAULA McCullough. " Never be afraid ro reoch for your dreams " Volleyball Mgr. 3.4. Chorus 1.4; Core Comnn. 4. WILLIAM J. MEADE. As Schools Morch Wits 4; Golf 1-4; Grophic 3.4: Core Comm. 3,4: St. Drigld ' s Yrh. Grp, 2-4. ALISON MORDEY- " I con cry wirh rhe besr, I con lough wirh rhe resr, bur I’m never sure when ir ' s real " Squosh 4: Tennis 1-4; Chorole 4: Not. Hon. Soc. 3,4: Theoter Co. 3.4: The Dig Three 3.4. KATRINE MUENCH. " Tomorrow, ond romorrow, ond romorrow aeeps in rhis perry poce from doy ro day . " Debate Teom 2.3,4; Debote Fundraiser 3.4; Student Coun. 2.3.4. NATHANIEL MULCAHY CHARLES M. NAKAJIMA- " Most things people wnre under rheir picrures ore pretentious ' ' Art Rm. 1-4: Theoter Co. 1-4: Anarchists for o better tomorrow; Stick In the Mud Cl. KAELYN RAE NEROONNE- Dosketboll 1: Field Hockey 1-3, Tri-Copt. 4: Softboll 1; Squash 2,3: Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1.2. Sec. 3.4: Tri-S 1-3; Prom Comm. 2-4: Inner East Mongolian Mud Wrestling Club 1-4. DOAN NGUYEN. Soccer 4. Chorus 4: Int ' l Students 2-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4. 57 KEVIN C. NICHOLSON. DosKetbolt 3; Trock 3.4.- People of Color United 3.4; ADC 3,4. JONATHAN NISSENDAUM- " This world has no imporronce " ' , ofKre o man reolizes rfKjr, he wins his freedom . . All I wonr, Helicon, is the moon Albert Comus ROGER NODER. As Schools Mofch Wits 2-4; Soccer 1,2; Deboting 3.4; Goldbug 1.2; Grophic 2.3: Nor. Hon. Soc. 4: Soclol Concerns 3; Core Comm. 2; Theater Co. 2; Theoter Gr. 3.4. WILLIAM NOLAND V SCOTT NORDIN- " The police ore Kftocking on my Fronr door Well, rhey con keep on knocking nH rheir horyjs ger sore Ir oin ' r nothin ' bur o house porty . . , " Skiing 1-4: ADT 1.4; Inner Eost Mongollon Mud Wrestling Cl. PEGGY O ' CONNOR. " You con ' r olwoys ger whor you wonr. bur rf you rry sometime you juy mighr find you ger whor you i eed ' ' The Stones Dosketboll 1.4, Field Hockey 1,2; Trock 1.4; Goldbug 4; Horn Rodio 1-4; Core Comm. 1 4; Inner Eost Mongollon Mud Wrestling Cl. 1-4. CAROL N. PADDERG. " You hove DAVID PATRIQUIN powers you r ver dreomed of You con do Things you never rhoughr you could do There ore no limirorions in whor you con do. only rhe limironons of your mind Don ' t rhink you Connor- rhink you con ■ ' Art Rm. 4: Trock 1; French Cl. 1-3; Jozz Wkshp 2: Outing Cl. 4; Peer Coun. 3.4; Theoter Co. 4; Russion Cl. 4; Working; Thinking; Living. SARAH PATTON- " Ler my soul smile Through my heort ond Ler my heort smile through my eyes, so Thor I may scorter rhy rich smiles in sod hearts " CITLC: AYP: Rodio Show (WMUA); Sub Cl. JESSICA MORGAN PAYNE- " fXoors oryj wings . . . bur ter rhe wing grow roots os rhe roots fly ' ' -Juon fXomon Jimenez MARL PELKEY GARY PENZA II GREGORY PERCHEMLIDES JONATHAN PERRY- " My love of wrinng pordled my love of baseball Fred Ooseboll 0; Trock 2; Bond 1; Amherst News Sports Editor; Kentfield Keggers Softball. THOMAS PORTER ARDEN PIERCE MICHELLE PIERCE- " We ore oil of us in the gurter. some of us ore looking or rhe srors " The Prerenders Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Tri-S 3; Burt Cl. 1-4; Prom Comm. 4; Inner East Mongolion Mud Wrestling Cl. 1- 4. LINDA PLAZA- Ler each one do Jusr os he hos purposed in his heorr, rx r grudgictgly or under compulsion, for God loves o cheerful giver " -2 Connrhions 9 7 Field Hockey 2,3; Track 2; Volleyball 4.- Bond 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Orch. 1; Core Comm. 2.3; Novigotors 2-4. WILLIAM O ' NEIL ANN O ' ROURKE- " Ler music sound while he doth moke his choice, then if he lose, he mokes o swon-like end, foding in music " • Shokespeore JEFFREY ORR. Boseboll 1-4. CLARE O ' SHEA. " Whor is mon’ . holf of womon ' " Con. Choir 4: Theoter Co. 2-4; Theoter Groupie. SHARON O ' MALLEY ) Man ' V STEVE PRESCOn. Ooskerboll 1.3; Cross Country 1-3. Copt, 4: Trock CLAYTON E. PRINCE- lorer by Amhersr High ' Mechonics; Pepsi Colo Work; Qojo Duglng.- WILL PRITCHARD. Take T T e. Do Pjghr ' As Schools Motch Wits 3.4: Chorole 2-4; Not. Hon. Soc. 3,4: Orch. 1-4; Theoter Co. 2-4; Beef Noodle 1-4, Wolk to School 3,4; Gorllc Bogels 4; DAWN PROUT- ' You con ' r olwoys ger whot you wont, bur if you try somenme. you ' ll find you ger whor you need " tolling Stones Concert Choir 2; Chorus 1; Core JEFFREY QUINLAN. Footboll 3; DANIEL POHER 1-4: Not. Hon. Soc. 4 Portying Aretho Franklin 4, Comm. 2.3: Trl-S 2-4. Lacrosse 1-4. MARK RIKKERS- Locrosse 1-4: Squosh 3. Copt. 4; Germon- Amer. Port. 0. 60 MICHAEL RIHER- ' Ufe is bur o dreom ■ ' Skiing 2-4: Tennis 2-4; Work ot Tech Hifi. CHRISTOPHER ROOINSON- Life is Q role rokj by on idior, full of rhe soufvj and fury signifying norhing " " I hod rorher live wirh cheese G gortic in o windmill Shokespeore As Schools Motch Wits 2-4; Chorus 3,4: Debating 3.4; Outing CL 3.4: Soc. Concerns 3: Theoter Co. 2.3. Pres. 4; Russlon Cl. 1-4; Eugenics Coun. 3.4. LINDA W. ROOINSON. " I will nor foltow where rhe porh moy lead, bur I will go where rhere ts no porh, and I will leave o rroil Munel Srrode KATHERINE U. ROOF- •Oefore every ranbow rhere is o srorm UK Core Comm. 1-4; Trl-S 3,4; Gotdbug 4; Prom Comm. 3,4; Inner Eost Mongolion Mud Wrestling Cl. 1-4. AARON ROSENFELD- Keep pushin ' rill ir ' s urKlersrood arid these bod londs srorr rreonn " us good 0 Spnngsrein As Schools Motch Wits 4; Ooss Country 1.2; Football 3.4: Track 1-4; Cheerleader 1.2; Chess Cl. 1.2; Theoter Co. 4. 1 JON RALPH Ooseboll; Dosketbolt Copt. 1.2.0. Copt. 4: Locrosse; I Not. Hon. Soc. 0,4; Core Comm, j 1. Pres. 2.0.4: Jr. Morshol. DRAD RAMSAY- Ice Hockey 4: Locrosse 1-4; Core Comm. 2-4. JULIANN RASKEV1T2- Toke rwo sreps forword ond seek our your future, then, roke one srep bock QfxJ remember " Con. Choir 1.2; Goldbug 4: Core Comm. 1- 4; Doskin Robbins 2.0; Stuort ' s 4; Inner Eost Mongolion Mud Wrestling Cl. 1-4. GLADYS REGALADO LAURA RIGALI MARTIN ROSS DAVID ROWELL KARL RYAVEC Theater Co. 2-4. SRIKANT SASTRY- As Schools CRAIG SCARFO Motch Wits 4; Cross Country 2.0; Deboting 2.0; Not. Hon. Soc. 0,4; Orch. 1-4. SUE SCHIMMEL- Field Hockey 1- 4. Squosh 0.4: Tennis 1-4: Grophic Ed. 0.4; Not. Hon. Soc. 2-4; Student Counc. 1-4: Student School Comm. 0, Pres. 4; Core Comm. 1-4. 61 MAHHEW SCHMAU ■ ' Where rhe rree of knowledge sroods 1 $ always Porod6e Thus speoks Me oldesr ond youngesr serpenrs ’ Nierzsche As Schools Match Wits 2; Tenr ls 2,3; Debating (V.P.) 2.3,4; Peer Coun. 2; Russian Cl. 3.4. NICHOLAS HALLOWELL SHAW. “Mon 6 rot ofroid of feoching our into spoce orvj confronnr g hosnliry, bur rorher he ofroid of reaching our ond finding he truly alone ” Volleyboll 2; Dond 1-4; Jozz Workshop 2.4: Theoter Co. 2-4; Composing. Arronging Music ond Air Time; Skiing. RHOD M. SHAW. Doseboil 2-4; Dasketball 2; Swimming 1; Dond 1-4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Orch. 1.2.4. KAYE ELIZADETH SHERWOOD- ■ ' Love when you con, cry when you hove ro ... be who you must " Ice Hockey 1; Squosh 3.4: Tennis 2-4; Dond 1.2; Grophic 3.4: NA Cl. Pres. ELIZADETH SIMPSON JEFFREY SLOVIN- " No moner how good you rhmk you ore. you con olwoys improve ' ' Pele Soccer 1-4; Squash 4; Trock 3.4. PETER STUOEROVSKIS- " Do nor RENE SUPRENANT wolk in front of me. for I moy nor follow Do nor walk behind me, for I moy nor leod Jusr walk beside me. ond be my friend ' ' SUSAN SURNER- Squosh 4; Cheetleoding 1-3; Con. Choir 1- 3; Chorole 4; Tri-S 2-4; Theoter Co. 2-4. MATTHEW F. SUHON- " People who ore ofrad ro moke fools of themselves never moke anything of Themselves Knowles Trock 3.4; Soccer 1,2: Theoter Gr. 4; Eddy Haskell Award 4; Inner East Mongolian Mud Wrestling Cl. 1-4. DAVID Y. TADEMARU- Cross YURI TAKAMIZAWA Country 1-3; Trock 3; AIKIDO 3,4; Students for a Liberol Senote 4; Stock Market Anolyst. 62 CHRISTIAN TAMM ERIC N. TANNER- Orch. 1-4. KATHRYN TAUER- Squosh 2-4; Volteyboll 2; Dond 1-4: Germon- Amer. Port. 2,3; Core Comm. 2- ANNE-MARIE TAYLOR. Not. Hon Soc. 3,4; Germon-Amer. Port. 3.4; AATF French contest. 2 1st prizes: Lotin recitotion contest UMoss. 1st prize. KENNHH THOMAS SEUMAS SOLTYSIK- Cross Country 1-3; Doseboll 1-4.- Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4: Theoter Co. 3.4. MICHAEL STEVENS DAVID STOWELL- Apb worth doing is o job worth doing right Wrestling 1-4: Not. Hon. Soc. 3,4. LINDSAY E. STROMGREN- ' So the heovens might be scoled ’ Homer, The Odyssey Sponlsh Port. 3: Horn RodIo 2-4: Leonord ' s Poultry Form; Stop ond Shop. INTA STUOEROVSKIS. “To live you life m your own woy ... to reach for the goob you hove set for yourself ... to be the you that you wont to be ... that is success " Swimming 2-4: Trock 4: Volleyboll Mgr. 4: Dond 1-4: Sponlsh Port. 2,3: Amh. Tritons Swim Teom 1-4: Novigotors 3.4. MARY F.J. TALOOT. As Schools Molch Wits 4; Bond 1.4; Deboling 1.2; Not. Hon. Soc. 2-4; Orch. 1-4; YPS U: Pioneer Volley Symph. 4. 63 TIMOTHY TIMMERMAN. ’Don ' r be dismoyed or good-byes A forewefl is riecessory before you con meet ogotn And meenng ogoin, ofrer nxxnenrs or liferimes , 6 cerran for rhose who ore fnends ' -Rjchord Doch Footboll DAVE THOMPSON. Footboll 4: 3.4: Golf 1 4; Sguosh 2.4: Not. Troboogo Cl. V. Pres. 3. Pres. 4. Hon. Soc. 3,4. CAROLYN TORREY. " SriKish rhe Fembor Control- For me " Field Hockey 1.4; Con. Choir 4; Grophlc 3.4; Not. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Student Counc. 3, V. Pres. 4; Student School Comm. 4. JOSELYN TOWNSEND ANDREA TULENKO. Trock 1-3: NATHALIE TREMPE Goldbug 3: Core Comm. 3.4. CRAIG WASHINGTON. ■ Honie s KIMBERLY WEEKS MARK WEIDENFELD where you hong yocr hot Home IS where rhey hove ro roke you bock ' ■ Footboll 2: Amherst College Lob Asst. BENJAMIN C WEINBERG. " Were rhere ' ” WMoss All-Distrlct Bond 1.2, Orch. 3.4; Moss All-Stote Bond 2. Orch. 3.4; AlUEostern Orch. 3; Tennis 2-4; Not. Honor Soc. 3. V. Pres. 4. CAROLINE Y. WESTORT- Field AMY WHITE Hockey 4; Girls Ice Hockey 3,4; Softboll 3,4; Not. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Coun. 1-4; Student School Comm. 4; Core Comm. 1 4. 64 DO YOU Karen Clark Terry Klar Sarah Dasch George VanderZwaog Dawn Prour 66 Val Gouin Arlene Creencio Koye Sherwood Pvurh Dolorin Korie Burrell John Turner Sollie Porron Kore Darling David Coshdon W‘ KEMEMDEK Sreve Mange Derh Monroe 1 n Jon Ralph Orion Field Pru Fosrer Liz Holt Paul Kelley Tim Timmermon Aoron Kropf Liso Doisseou Perer Worthing Chris Conklin Corolyn Torrey Darlene Chisholm 67 WHEN WE) - d kWERE YOUNG? Carolyn Holland Dersy Lizorre Alexondro Corpino Morr Surron Morr Schmolz Louro Jones Lon Field Alice Donsignore Chrissy Derry John LoProde I Michelle Pierce Anno Ljung Mark Weidenfeld Doreen Doorh vT . ' x x ' ; : ■ VJ r ) r L ' ' •• ty-A -4 • ' ) r " " A ' ' o. lii f - ' ' ' J- - K ' -xJzsl X . ' ■ : ' T ' .A ,,--U‘ vi ' ' Vy ' ( 0 y ' ■ ' ' - ■ ' ' .Ia: ' " AA A ' ' AA: " r ' -WX .x " sx ‘te:„, ' ,% ■ ,A The Cheerleaders starred building rhe squad May af 1981 and we practiced throughout rhe summer, leorning new cheers which we displayed during gomes ond Booster Day. We were reody and willing ro cheer rhe reoms on and we cheered every Sorurdoy, roin or shine! Cheerleaders 1sr r. (l-r): L. Doisseou (Copr), V. Gouin, A. Burrell, J, Duguoy 2nd r. (l-r): A. Whire, P, Haslip, S. Burgess, C. Kilmer. T. L ' Eroile. It I 5 i S I H i I I I 72 The Football Team completed o rela- tively successful season in 1981 Led by Cop- roins Geoge Vonderzwoog, Paul Kelley, Vernon Williams, ond P,lck Von Peir, ond seniors Por Gillen, Lone Frerwell, Tim Tim- merman, Jeff Holden and Dove Thomp- son, They ended rhe season with on overoll 5 win 5 loss record The highlight of rhe season come on o Mondoy nighr gome ogoinsr Norrhompron, where rhe Hurri- canes humiliored rhe DIue Devils in front of o copociry crowd by o score of 36-14 Jubilonr retiring Head Cooch Pufus " BUD " Kneelond excloimed after rhe victory " These ore some of rhe finest young men I ' ve ever cooched in my career, rhe creom of rhe crop, overall rhe most talented squod in recent Amherst history. " Football; 1st Kl-r), D Thompson, L Frerwell, J Holden, V Williams (Copr X G, Vonderzwoog (Copt ), tt Von PeIr (Copr ), P Kelley (Copr ), T Timmermon, P Gillen, A Jocque 2nd r(l-r) J Domon, 5 Jenks, M Johnson, S Pool, T Seboscyn, S Feder, J Greenboum, A Lerrier, M Oorrerr 3rd r(l-r)- A Posenfeld, N Kessler, D Ralph, T Dennett, A Drown, J Grice, G Srromberg, R DeWolfe, M Allen, D iWonomus, D Thornton. L Driggs CCooch) 4th rjl-r), C Annoble (Mgr ), J Hart, C Vonderswoog, D Doucette. J Dorman, J Winslow, J LoChonce, A Jones, T Moron, 5 bvingsron, C Roach, R Kneelond (Coach). Vorsity Field Hockey: 1st r)l-r) M Benonder, K Nerbonne (Capr ), C Torrey (Copr ), M Hallodoy (Copr ), J Evans, A, White, J Archer, J Jones 2nd r(l-r) L. Jones, C Johnson, D Jennings, C MocDonold, A Dolron, S Schitnmel, J Thornron, L Reynolds, K, Clark, R Tirzel (Coach), L Silvo- f Gi (C The Amhersr Field Hockey Team hod o very successful season. Their record of 10-3-0 gave rhenn o second ploce finish in rheir leogue ond o berrh in rhe Western Moss Tournomenr. Highlighrs of rhe seoson include: Richard Simmon ' s Excercises . . . Mory ond Koelyn, lookour! . . . Yes, Mory D., we do hove o gome . . . sideshow for Minnechoug . . . Under rhe lights . . . swimming on rhe field . . . Good-bye seniors . . . S.H. lool-iour next yeor! Well, 1981 wQsn ' r our besr year, bur rhen again, Ir wasn ' r our worst Afrer starring our with 12 people, the Girls Cross Country ream arrived at Mass with a mere 5 runners Berrina Fabos did very well and Improved her rime considerably during the seoson. Mandy Ferro hod shin splints or the end of the season bur she studs with ir long enough ro run W Moss Debbie Cosons gor our most improved T shirr oword, turning our excellent rimes. Nadia Czop came bods after rime off for on injury And, Amy Cushing monoged ro pur aside her comploining long enough ro run 3 miles Unforrunorely, rhe other reom members did nor molse ir ro W Moss Porry Kilmer, loolsing very good or rhe beginning of rhe seoson hurt her foot ond wos unoble ro run Yverre Laurenr had ro stop running so she could hobble oround on crutches for a while, Derh Wilson screwed up her legs ogoin. Korie Burrell come down with a painful sromoch problem. Kore Hudson obondoned our sinising ship Anna Ljung monoged ro molse ir through one whole doy, ond Lizzy Fobel wos our with on injury. BUT . . . let ' s nor forger our famed cooch, Bicisey-Poo He listened ro our comploinrs, sighed o lor and monoged ro keep some of us inrocr. All ond oil, this foil was on extremely interesting experience, and oil of us ore really loolsing forword ro next year with . . . high hopes B. Poo Boys Cross Cour try: 1st Kl-r) J Downing, A GlucWer, D Gordon. 0 Vise, N Hopley, J Srurn, C Holden, M Mueller 2nd f(l-r) Crowley (Coach), P Phom, M Crowley. T Show. N Corpno, S Prescorr (Copr ). M Froning, M Mann, C Gould The Doys Cross Country ream, under rhe direction of Coach Crowley, hod o moderore- ly successful yeor, posting o 5-6 record. The reom ' s only senior runner wos often reosed by his comrodes for being rhe lone, brave soul of his doss ro porricipore in this brurol foil sporr The reom will never forger sophomore Mike Mann ' s rime or rhe Western Moss meet. We ' ll eternally remember Chris Gould ' s pointed eors ond lirrie green hor Many fulfilling rroining runs were completed during rhe course of this year ' s motley seoson. The ream ' s efforts climaxed in December when ir organized and porncipored in o fund-raising 24 hour mororhon Girls Cross Country; 1st r(l-r): D Cosons, P Kilmer, E Fobel, G Smith, B Fobos 2nd r(l-r): (Cooch), B Wilson, M Ferro, K, Burrell, A Cushing, Y Lourenr, JV Soccer: 1st r(l-r): M Mclnrosh, J Flores, A Curron, S Kenr, M Lirrie, M Aldrich, A Payne, J. Fortescue, J, Ramsey, P Nguyen, R. Donovon, S Porrer 2nd r)l-r): A Manning, J Hoffner, S Hoyword, K. Slovin, M Jacobson, J Joire, J Schimmel, P Chamorro, C. Cojoler, M Drown, I RorhKegol, B Koh, G Keocho- kion, J Adams (Caach). - -- ; ;;v:y Tj- " Shooring for rhe Moon” When rhe Soccer Team hir rhe pirch in lore Augusr of rhis school yeor, our mood was af oprimisric hunger Our 3-9-4 mark af rhe 1980 season was a solemn reminder rhor we hod humillorion ro avenge The orher reams in rhe league were unaware of rhe ominous Flurricane brewing in rhe hearrs of a derermined nucleus of soccer lovers Our clondesrine oper- arions In preperarlon for rhe onsloughr Included ploying indoors rhroughour rhe winrer ond joining spring ond summer leagues We evolved inro a righr, porenr, precision force Our skills were honed ro a science Our srroregy wos cunning, our psyche overpowering ond our overoll performance simply scory By mid-Seprember, our rompoges on rhe soccer and field hockey fields had become legendory. Our lisr of vicrims includ- ed various prep schools, rhe Amhersr College J.V, Teom ond rhe currenr Mass, Chompions, E, Langmeadaw We wenr undefeared in 20 srraighr conresrs unril injuries left us raa crippled ro word off Div. I Clossicol. Wirhour hesirorion, we sponked our five remaining opponenrs, capruring rhe Churchill Division crown and 4rh seed spor in rhe Mass Tourney Our playoff gome versus Ludlow senr rhe soccer world inro o deep shock, as Amhersr lasr 0-2, only rhe second defeor in a season of rwenry-five gomes! To focus on Individuol players would derrocr from rhe uniry we esrablished rhroughour rhe fall Our goal keeper was oursronding, our defenders feorless, our mid-fielders incompa- rably deft and our forwords unsroppoble Amhersr soccer pride wos rerurned ro Cooch Tom Gralinski during rhis 1981 season, and hopefully ir is now o permonenr fixrure in rhe Amhersr soccer rrodirion Varsity Soccer: 1st r(k): J LoProde, E Mclnrosh, K Lindquisr, T. LirrIe, R. Forrescue, P Loescher, K Lengiezo, R. Hoir, S Florrmon 2nd r(l-r); T Gralinski (Cooch), K Knighr (Mgr ), F Adoboe, H. Chevan, P, Demerorh, T Morlock, R Jenkins, E Drose, D Chumbiey, L Jennings, 5 Brush. Gymnastics; 1st r(l-r): J. Sicks, T. Curtin (Co-Copr ), P, Bunker, P Almossy, L, Huner 2nd r(l-r); G, Tudryn, B Broote (Co-Copr ), B May, J. Srockwell, E. Theilmon, C, Morrier (Coach). Winter Track: 1st r.(l-r): A, Morris, K. DeShields, G. Lewis, A. Bowles 2nd r.(l-r): A. Bowles, D. Chisholm, A Gerwerrz, H. Clydesdale 77 The Gymnostics seoson was an- other successful one led by Coach Cheryl Morner We hod a record of 9 wins ond 0 losses ond we placed sec- ond in Moss, We had lots of fun . . . especially or oway meets and McDon- alds Hop efully, nexr year will bejusr as good The organized Winter Trock rroining progrom has only been around for rwo years Ir is cooch by Mrs fXiley ond procrices ore Mondoy ndoy (exduding Thursday). The pro- grom provides on opporruniry for people ro weighr rroin or rhe Jr High Also open is rhe oprion of running- eirher or Amhersr College, UMoss Coge or on ourdoor roures Some members lifted, some ran, ond others combined rhe rwo There were open meets held or UMoss on Sorurdoy mornings and rwo held or Amhersr College on Fndoy evenings Porriaponrs from rhe High School were Pom Kilmer, Adnenne Oowles, Dor Chis- holm, Donnie Brooks, Geno Lewis, Derh Wilson. Adrienne Hor- ns, Kim DeShields. ond Aniro Oowles From rhe Jr High were Alexis GerwerTz. Helen Oydesdole, Janet Swift, Kim Wolrer, Seen Sullivon ond Eric Myren Varsity Volleyball: 1st r(l-r): K Robinson, L. Collio, Y Takomizawa, L Plaza, M, Monser- rote, V. Gouin 2nd r(l-r): L Giord (Gooch), M DeNyse, P Sruberovskis, C, Luhmonn, E. LoVolle, M SilvQ, P VonderLippe, P McCullough (Mgr). J.V. Volleyball; 1st r(l r) S Dlllmon, J, Wong, N Darker, D Sims, L, Dernord, T. Cohler 2nd r(l- r): R. Warner (Mgr ), G. Roncolli, C. George, M Silva, E Cosby, L. Rice, T, Hurchins, D. Calderon, Coach M Dowker The Vorsiry Volleyball Teom hod one of irs besr years ever Vhile compiling o 16-2 record, rhe reom ned for firsr ploce in rhe Fronklin County Leogue Afrer o rough, finol besr 3-our- of-5 march, rhe Vorsiry come owoy wirh rher third straight Western Moss nrle, rhe fourth m five yeors Two players were given speool recogmnon Monlu Monserrore ond Perer Sruberovskis were seleaed os Moss oll-srors, ond Monlu was also chosen os o Moss Tournomenr oH sror Five seniors ployed on rhe Vorsiry rhe yeor, they were Perer Sruberovskis, Mark DeNyse, Vol ie Goum, LrxJo Ptazo, ond Yun Toko- mtzowo Ir was quire on AWESO seoson for everyone conneced with rhe reom, one rhor none of us will soon forger j Versify Girls ' Daskefboll; 1st r(l-r): R Moyer (Coach), J Sronne, H Richards, P O ' Connor, I M. Hollodoy, R. Jodsson 2nd r(l-r): K. Woskiewicz, C, Drown, A Warren, D. Cosans, D i Quinlan, L. Janes, J.V. Girls ' Doskefboll: 1st r(l-r): A, Darrerre, R. Laescher, K. Prarr, F O ' Raurke, L, Alschuler 2nd r(l-r) J Leocopoulos (Coach), M Medina, K Campbell, T McRae, L, Lenginze, L, Sourhwick, C, Scorr (Mgr ) Under new Coach Ron Moyers ' guidance, rhe Girls Varsity Basketball Team has hod o very successful season. Virh on overall record of 13-6, ond o leogue record of 12-6, rhey become co- chompions of rheir league and gained o berrh in rhe W. Moss Tournomenr. Varsity Dasketboll: 1st r(l-r) M deAngelis, J Ralph, C Gould, J Hoffner, S Counts, R Mineor 2nd r(l-r) T, Sryspeck (Coach), V Wlllionns, D Vise, J Eddy, M Dorrerre, S Mallory, M Drandrs, A Jacque (Coach) I J.V. Dasketboll: 1st r(l-r): M Brown, C. Gould, R Mineor, D, Ralph, M. Thomas D Wethers, J Hoffner, D Wise, C. Von der Zwaog, K Howard, S Counts, A (Coach), 2nd (l-r) Jocquf The Boys ' Dasketboll Teom led by rri-coproins Jon Ralph, Vern Wil- liams, ond Scott Mallory finished fourth in the " B " Division with on 11-7 record ond obtained o number 4 seeding in rhe Moss rournomenr With seniors Mike Brondrs, John Eddy, ond Mike deAngelis, getting better every day, ond o fine supporting cost of Mike Borrette, Jim Hofner, Brian Wise, Chris Gould, Robert Mineor, and Sronley Counts, rhe Hurricanes look forward to achieving their goal of o Western Mass Title Wresfling; 1st r.(l-r): D. Rosmon, K. Dostion, D Srowell, P Boucher, R Perchemlides, E Horroi. 2nd r.(l-r): J. Kerchom (Coach), T. Lewison, D Heuronemous, T, Knicki, G- Perchemlides, A. Voldeck, T. Jones, 5. Kerchom (Coach). Hockey: 1st r 0-r) D f omsey. P Worrhiog (Copr ). D Knighrly, J Loshwoy, T Morhews, D Chumbley, J Green. M Green 2nd rO-r) 0 Droy (Cooch). P Theilmon. J Ronsey, D Foster, K Lengiezo. E Mdnrosh, M Pelkey. E Leo, K Kjrrretl. S Horrrrxjn. M Mdnrosh, S MkkefS, D Robinson (Aar ), R Compbeii (Assr ). : This has been rhe most successful ; Hockey Team Amherst has fielded in ‘ mony years. A srrong defense anchored ; by Don Chumbley ond Mark Green has oided goalies Joe Loshwoy and Ted Mathews Outstanding efforts by Captain Peter Worthing, John Green ond Drod Ramsey hove pur them omong rhe top scorers in rhe leogue. The cost of supporting charocrers in- clude; Orion Knighrly ond Mork Pelkey, Keith Kirrrell, Eric Leo, ond Edgor McIn- tosh. A srrong kiddie corps of underclass- men include Ken Lengelza, Dove Foster, ' Poul Theilmon, Scott Rikkers, Jeff Rom- sey, ond Mike Mdnrosh. At this writing, we hove been rhe top ream in rhe Foy division. We ore looking forword to winning rhe championship ond going into the W Moss Playoffs Win ,1 or lose, this ream will be remembered os ■il one of rhe great ones of A R M S hock- evi After bearing Sourhwick with o full ream, rhe Wrestling Team outlook wos bright for a short while. We graduolly lost some dead weight (230 lbs t in porriculor) and things storred to roll. We realized 1 1 this wos on individual sport. The few survivors pulled II together ond mode rhe most of it, doubling our t winning percentage to finish or 2-13. n Our reom was led by Scott ond Jedd " Coach n ’um” ond our consisronr winners Coproins Perch, Mod Dog, ond rhe Butcher The rest of rhe reom consisted of our fighring freshmen and our come- ond-go seniors. With this shorrhonded ream, we still hod our good rimes. Who will ever forger little Perche ' s big win; rhe omozing Bosrion Bridge; Doug ' s nor-so-lighr fingers; rhe ever-populor bumper stickers; Srowell ' s steak; Perch ' s boss; rhe indoor rifle range; rhe Soulsberry Stoke Out; Jeff-our leading boskerboll scorer ond fouler, ond Boucher ' s aching bock, and knee, and shoulder, ond neck. This seoson olso left many questio ns unonswered like; Where ' s T J.? Where ' s Horroi? Where ' s rhe Cooch? Where ore rhe Gymnasts? Was Bubo ' s leg really broken? Bur when it comes right down to it, rhe memories of W. Moss, will olwoys live on, becouse that ' s whor reolly mode it oil worth while. Swim Team: 1st r(l-r): K, Kessler, K Shafer, A LaPrade, K. Aho, J Grice, N, Kessler, D J Dugas, D Colderon 2nd r(l-r): J. Moron (Coach), N Shifflerr (Coach), K Kohler, E Moran, H. Moles, J Asebrook, M Ferro, S Yondian, D Zlomek, S, Lund, G, Tudryn, J, O ' Donnell (Cooch) 3rd r(Lr): J Lee, E, Crorry, L, Huner, K Mallory, I. Sruberovskis, A. Crorry, A, Asebrook, A. Moson, J, Guyer. Ski Team: 1st r(l-r). L, Dornbush, P Osborne, P, Jenkins, A. Kloc, D. Greenberg, M ; Kelly, S. Nordin, P, Kirk, P. Krovirz (Coach) 2nd r(l-r): N Bernard, K, O ' Connor, M ' j Sonnlng, M Shelby, D, Cook, N. Eckhouse, T Selig, J. Coshdon, J. Trempe, T Srevens, C Turner, J Dormon, M, Srurm, A Monning, P McNeol Under rhe dlrecrion of Jim O ' Donnell ond ossisronr cooch Nancy Shiffler, rhe Girls ' Swim Team splashed rheir way ro on impressive, 1T0 record ond tied for firsr ploce in rheir division. We hod high hopes of winning W Moss or rhe beginning of rhe seoson, bur wirh one-fourrh of rhe reom nor rerurning, rhe resr of us, wirh Mr O ' Donnell ' s dedlcorlon, gove oil we hod. We will remember . . . Ilsrening ro Jody ' s " Hey Mama, Momo” cheer, hoving ro push rhe bus ro Minnechoug, beoring rivol Norrhompron, be- ing shocked when Pobbie worked hord In procrice, missing Koren Clark ' s ond Dor ' s ream spirir, worching Krisren dive and rhinking ir was Sobro, Inro ' s ridiculous lough, Alexis rolking obour rhe good rimes she hod rhe nighr be- fore, helping rhe boys win rheir meer ogoinsr Agowom, Liz leaving for Ausrrolio, and many more Wirh only Inro groduoring, we should hove o good ream in rhe yeors ro come Wonred Men (boys?) in any shope ond size rojoin rhe Boys ' Swim Team. Wirh holf of losr years ' ream groduored, hoving only four vet- eran swimmers rerurning, o number of new- comers, and wirh o lirrie help from rhe Girls ' Teom, we stroked ro o 3-11 record High points of rhe seoson were . . . watching " Srormon ' ' swim bocterroke, purring Sreve in on event which he didn ' t know how ro swim, waiting for Jim ro finish swimming rhe 500 free, listen- ing ro rhe girls comploin obour procrice, waiting ro see More ' s burr, ond having Coproin Don Ziomek rreor rhe girls for winning rheir firsr meer We hod o lor of good rimes ond ir will be quire rhe some next yeor if More doesn ' t leove us, since there oren ' r ony seniors on rhe reom. 1 . The Ski Team hod on oursranding season, placing firsr in every meer, » Oursronding performers were Roberr Kirk, Scorr Nordin, and Andy Monning. jE Orher rocers conrriburing ro rhis fine r season were: Don Greenberg, Rich Jenkins, Alan Nock, Julie Trempe, i Don Cook, Noah Eckhouse, Ted Selig, ond Johonnes Weege. Girls ' Squash: 1st r.(l-r): M Denonder, A. Kouff, D Weinstein, S Surner, L Silva 2nd r.(l-r): L. Briggs (Coach), D Christiansen, A Morbey, K, Touer, S. Schimmel, A. Lucas, K. Woskeiwicz, The Girls and Boys Squash Teams hod one of rheir mosr successful seosons ever. Dorh reams won 2 or more marches eoch. The 6:00 A M. procrices ore complered, bur rhey ore sure ro be remembered in rhe furu re. Playing mosr of rheir marches owoy, rhey did nor hove much of o " home crowd” following. However, rhis did help ro unire rhe players of borh reoms ond rhey provided supporr for eoch orher. Afrer rroveiing many miles ond being cromped for rhe squash seoson, mosr of rhe squosh ployers will be looking forward ro spring sporrs. I I A is for Amherst, our school so deor C is for the Cafeteria which we rely on for grub. E is for Enthusiastic students in doss. G is for the Guidance we get to ovoid pitfolls. |irv»- - ALPHABET D is for the Bolls which we rry ro sreer. D is for the Drip rhor foils from above. F is for Friendships that lost and lost. H is for Hanging our by outside walls. I is for Immature . . . sophomore, of course. K is for Krovitz who uses his skis. M is for rhe Music which fills rhe halls. O is for rhe Office- rhe blue cords or d posses. J is for Jacobs who gives us remorse. L is for Lunches rhor cure the munchies, N is for the Nursery kids, such lirrie dolls! P is for Parties with beer-filled glosses, Q is for Quiet, Ryovecs per, S is for Soulsberry, o leader in every way. U is for Upperclassmen ruling the “school, W is for Weekend that we owoir with 0 smile. Y is for Yellow, the shade of the bus. 88 R is for Report Cords, which moke us upset. T is for Teachers who import wisdom each doy. V is for Victory, our teoms ore nobody ' s fools! X is for X-roted octivities that beguile. Z is for Zealous, on June 17 . . . US! t THOUGHTS ON I ' ve been asked ro NA ' rire o cririque of our school, and ir has mode me srorr Thinking in o way I never hove before Idea: keep coming ro me, bur none rake any solid form. How am ro evoluore rhor which I hove occepred unquesrlonlngly Tc quesrion and chollenge rhe environment in which I hove beer immersed for so long is ro shoke rhe ground upon which srond. This is nor ro soy rhor I hove been possive in my experiences up ro rhis poinr, or rhor I don ' t quesrion rhi; environment Nonetheless, there is o donger in finding fouir ir rhe school system becouse ir is so inrlmidoring Ir doesn ' t oppeoi open ro criricism. If fault is found ond I om unoble ro chongc whor I see I om forced ro live in a store of constant dissorisfoc rion. This is or best tedious, ond yer ir oppeors os though mony of my peers ond I hove chosen ro live in rhis store of discontent All rhor con be accomplished from continuing like rhis is idle complaint . This is nor oporhy We do core about rhis environ menr and how ir offeers us. However we feel inrimidored inre o begrudged occepronce Here olreody ore rwo subsronriol criricisms of our school: rhe administration Is inoccesible, ond we os students feel unable ro change our environment. Ir is impossible ond pointless ro deter- mine which come first. However we con determine that eoch feeds off the other in o continuous downward spirol Where rhe spiral ends ond which porry iniriores rhe chonge is yer ro be seen In writing rhis critique I hove olso become more owore of rhe positive ospeers of our school. The most impressive of these ore rhe resources ovoiloble ro us. The music deportment, for exomple, provides o varying selection of courses ond exrro- curriculor activities Mony other deportments ore equally ex- ceprionol. There ore olso many outstanding exrro urriculor opportunities. The Theorer Compony ond rhe athletic deport- ment ore examples of these Ir is important ro realize rhe positive ospeers of our school while being owore of rhe negorive. It is eosy ro overlook rhe positive when feeling oppressed by rhe negorive An equilibri- um must be reached in order ro ascertain some sort of content- ment within our school. -Thomos Dezucho and Kynerer Goldsmith OUR SCHOOL ffT VVKy cLo ma s-h.de, ' ' +s l.v, op -J-S 4 - - -We Se lec.- 1 -ion? o ' JVd. ' ia UV «_ ,So y je, -Vajc-V ' -c- pucIA : r g w I V VnIU at -••OR Vine so rise .5 X qcH- -HhiS f ' ror ' +We gcn- +lne IoiVjIqi lo-b 7 OH Ay 3 5 D!I|ULoJ.!, ,-4?|I- " P“ i V- i P -Vlnie- c Ok-SS erole. cx cL vA-)e [ " ’ ' • • Cq,.U 1 4 - ' ' v ok» c g f rs n =LUl: P po ro of floe fooTconsi ' sfs of = 0 precision O ' - ' Vbinq Op cjt ' ah ' pY i ea+s... c5? J3b ' ' cxl , Anci. profe 34 .ior c Us +e.specl • V J peadl ' y Qsf coosum Vi ' oA aV«?K 0 Hero kxJouldL Yoo li Ok, yii’Hle 0 y ) ” 9 0 ‘3 SR 9 i j „ THE THEATER I PERICLES DIVINERS In irs fourth annual December Shokespeare production, the Theater Company mounted Pericles, Prince of Tyre, o romance on rhemes of loss ond renewal Taking o ploy with no performance of traditions, the Theorer Com- pany used women in olmosr oil the roles. The abstract set built by Mark Langley ond Christine Langley ' s lighting worked to heighten the fon- rosticol qualities of the script itself. John Moggs ' score for four percussionists employed o sroge- ful of instruments. P,ich Drehm ' s troubled prince aged gracefully into the noblest of suffering old men, and Will Pritchard ' s narrator held the show together The Diviners, by Jim Leonard, Jr , produced in eorly February, turned our to be oil the things o production woriss for, hoping will happen: o won- derful new script (in irs first Mossochusetrs produc- tion), o hord-wotking cost thot liked what it was doing, and o surprised, ultimately cheering oudi- ence for three performonces srroighr. The ploy itself, about o renegade minister who befriends o disturbed Indiono boy in the early days of the Depression, will soon be o srople-production, done everywhere ond very fomilior. Dur A P.H.S con claim it got here first and did it right. (COMPANY PRESENTS FIORELLO! Fiorello!, rhis year ' s musical abour rhe life and rimes of New York ' s Fiorello H, LaGuordio, wowed rhe capociry -filled oudi- ences. In keeping wirh rhe rrodirion of enor- mous cosrs, some 100 srudenrs song ond danced rheir way Through rwo acrs, wirh dozens more providing supporr bacissroge. Direcrors Mork Gersrein and John Moggs were ossisred by Lauro Merevio, Corlene Pviccelli, ond John Worrhen. Andy Doughron designed rhe sers. LET ' S HAVE A WORD FROM OUR T.V. SPONSct He ' s gor Ring-Around-rhe-Collori Come on America, show us your Underolls! Aren ' r you hungry? Do you suffer from occosionol irreguloriry? I ' m gonno ' ger me some Kibbles and Dirs. Gee, your holr smells rerrific. You con hove o Donnon body. AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS rrcclilrlouilc Jeweler Silver Pewter Diamonds Colored Gemstones Watches Fine China and Crystal Sy Lenox American Gem Society Congrorulorions Desr Wishes for rhe Exciring Years Ahead 6) N. Pleasant Sr Amherst, Mass. 253-7613 A. J. 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THE SHOE DIN 187 No. Pleosonr Sr Amhersr 256-6649 FLOOR TRENDS 022 College Sr Amhersr 253-0946 SINCE 1902 CREDITS GOLDDUG ' 82: Cover: Mark Mosalski, Endsheets: Forsod Lobbouf, Title Page: Jessi Coshdan, Senior Divider: Forsad Lobbouf, Photographers: Druce Myren (ed ), Jose Flores (oss ' r ed ), Lydia Lacey, Anno Ljung, Oore O ' Shea, Grenier Srudios Staff: Darlene Chisholm (ed ), DIonche Derby (od,), Emily Heorh, Saro Dosch, Korie Burrell, Lori Field, Julie Greenspon, Audrey Kouff, Amy Kenner, Sue Moissey, Alison Morbey, Jen Bloke, Sue Schimmel, Natalie Trempe, Gail Venderre, Dee Ahern, Jessi Coshdon, Karen Goldenberg, Carole Mullin, Corol Bogolski, Andrea Smith, Grerel Smith, Koren Joremczuk, Sarah Bobb, Ion Belknap, Koren Done, Adrienne Harris, Geoff Keocholsion, Mark Mosolski, Emily Poyne, Julie Schmolz, Pom Tillis, Pru Foster, Alex Corpino, Corolyn Drown, Tom Dezucho, Paul Newcombe 99 A Personal Memory John and 1 become friends in the first grade. As the yeors post, we come to know eoch other well, sharing mony good times together. John ' s obility to drow wos apparent ot on eorly oge. As he grew older, his skill increased. Like most artists, he wos not well understood by mony people. He wos different. His interests, knowledge, ond tolent set him oport from others. I feel I knew him best. I remember one of his eorliest passions wos birds. He took up bird watching ot on eorly oge. In Jr. High he thrived on science courses. He shored his work with Science Teochers Mr. Dozzo ond Mr. Doyden. In o few short yeors, John was oble to nome virtuolly any bird of the North Eostern United Stotes, ond whot seemed to me ony bird of the rest of Americo os well. His fovorite birds were howks, eogles, and owls. He wos olso interested in insects. He collected oil kinds of moths and butterflies ond studied their lives and beouty. Another love of his wos collecting ferns of New England. His bockyord remoins testimony to his efforts ond is one of the finest collections of ferns in the country. The natural environment ond oil that it encomposses wos both interesting and exciting to John. He was ever curious obout the outdoors ond whot it hod to offer. His knowledge of the natural sciences wos enormous. He truly liked to capture wildlife on paper, and he drew with compossion. I wos omozed ot his sensitivity ond determinotion to occurotely depict his subjects. He hod patience in his drawing. His illustrations ore full of extreme detoil, reflecting his keen observation and perception. John wos o philosophicol person. Ethics were importont to him. He wos concerned with whot wos Just, with whot wos foir, and with whot was true. He wos on idealist. He dreomed of o life he wonted to live, ond he strived to live thot life. He hod zest, o sense ot humor, ond independence. He lived for todoy. Above oil, he knew the meoning of friendship. Whot wos unique about him was not that he could drow well, but more- that he possessed o sincere love and oppreciotion of noture. An obility to drow is o rare gift. This quality in o person Is rarer still. -Paul Banks Class of ' 79 WE REMEMBER FONDLY . . JOHN JOY I MEANT to do my work to-doy- Dut Q brown bird song in the opple-tree And Q butterfly flitted across the field. And oil the leaves were calling me. And the wind went sighing over the lond. Tossing the grosses to and fro. And a rainbow held out its shining hond- So what could I do but lough and go? — Richard Le Gollienne


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