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

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1 fi: 11 44 i fe ' r’t I r i DEDICATION NANCY MARKER! Efficient and dedicated to her job, she finds needed materials in seconds and works overtime to complete college applications. But most importantly, Guid- ance Secretary Nancy Markert truly cares about us. She understands the insecurity and anxiety of students about to leave high school. Her warm, friendly manner and sense of humor puts us at ease and assures us that planning for the future is not quite as frightening as it seems. She is patient, always listens intently and answers countless questions with a kind and cheerful smile. No matter what the problem is, she is ready with at least a good suggestion if not an instant solution. She is an essential part of the caring atmosphere of the school. With this in mind, we gratefully dedicate this yearbook to Nancy Markert in appreciation of all the help and understanding she has so generously given us. Saying goodbye is always difficult. Especially to someone as special as Mr. Rufus “Bud " Kneeland. After twenty-three years of teaching, coaching and driver’s ed, he has decided to retire. While teaching physical education has been his primary task, he has also contributed to the school in other ways. He taught Driver’s Ed. and put many excellent “defensive drivers " on the road. He has coached football and basketball as well as golf for 20 years. The Goldbug Business Staff appreciates the time and effort he has given to them. Retirement will not only mean leaving the High School, but it will mean moving on, spending more time with his family, and lots of time in his domain, the golf course. The class of ’88 thanks you. Bud Kneeland, for your influence and support. 2 ez2 PlCKACftRD oeo r. Lmte for Homeroorft |Oefer fiorv 4 Foraot V GorobmaVion Back 2. ASHS How old are the snacks that are sold in the cafeteria? uiaq) 3)ep uoqjes o) JujXj) ||j)s aie Aam SHSV 5 7 F x eA ) , Go Vo StooLul Hoir .V Goto Ji f»ior Ucll COLLEGE?? ?ol5S wheel 1 ] p(JLci 3 9 3 ) 0 (] cfi V+e4 ftVvead 2, ♦AV. AJRHS When was the last time the football team won all of its games? SErarr 6561 1 5 Q Asm When was ARMS built? 9S6I stmv V How long is Miss Keyes ' hair? ASUS SHav Back 3 Q Asm What is the name of the annual biology film classic? „pu!)( |ejo|j aq) jo sjajunoDU] lenxas,, TT T V SHav FACULTY STAFF Math: M. Konowich, J. Moran, M. Purdy, C. Silver, H. David, A. Izumi, F Caporello, N. Koch Music: I. Maggs, P. Smith, D. Purcell Business: P. Fredrickson, M. Shea, D. Harlow Administration: J. Heffley, I. Levitt, M. Froning Health: J. George, C. Todd Art: 1st r.: B. Derby, L. Kravitz; 2nd r.: J. Findlay, J. Logan Library: S. Alward, P. Sedgwick, I. Ryavec, S. Maisey Home Ec: H. Lee, M. Curtin, K. Hannigan, K. McKnight Maintenance: 1st r.: L. Wilson, M. Weaver, G. May; 2nd r.: S. Choate, K. Pratt, D. Kolasienski Guidance and Special Ed.: 1st r.: C. Ottley, N. Muhammed, M. Catlin, N. Markert, M. Seppala; 2nd r: J. Buckowski, M. Phillips-Patrick, S. Giglio, E. Goldenberg, S. Hilborn, J. Hatch; 3rd r; A. Kasai, R. Moyer English: 1st r.: L. Crouse, J. Baer-Leighton, S. Adams, J. Saulsberry, L. Froning; 2nd r.: J. Warthen, B. Penniman, J. Jacobs, J. Price, M. Burns, B. Minks, S. Howard, S. May Science: K. Martusi, T. Styspeck, V. Veneman, $. Berquist, M. Duseau, P. Eisenberg, J. Scott, T. McCurry Phys. Ed: L. Briggs, C. Abramson, J. Keyes, C. Collins, R. Kneeland Language: 1st r.: S. Smith, J. Jaeger, A. Chamorro, C. Stankiewicz, R. Katadin; 2nd r.: G. Steinmeyer, D. Chapman, J. Luppold, A. Hays, R. Dube, J. Wobst, D. Brule, D. Mallory Soc. Studies: 1st r.: M. Gerstein, S. Guy, B. Ames; 2nd r.; G. Saulsberry, J. Adams, C. Schweid, A. Picard, R. Kelly Cafe: 1st r.: P. Lego, A. Tudryn; 2nd r.: H. Thompson, N. Dihimann, C. Gent, N. Edwards, P. Clark, F. Allen, K. i Berry, D. Ewell j H II Ind. Arts: A. Jacque, J. Kelly, C. Emery, R. Menko, R. Prescott, T. Gralinski, C. Polanowski Secretaries: L. Gouin, J. Fleury, M. Bernasconi, H. Goddard, M. Abramson, A. Modrzakowski Cp,fATV( .E ISnV it ? " S. Abbott W Abruz 2 i M Addison C- Antroli M Afieta F Arthur Y Awad E. Bardwell T Ban J. Barnes B Barnhart T C Beckwith M Bekrani S. Bennett R. Bernstein G. Beshears D. Biagi W Birriel C. Bramlage 0. Brock 0. Buium J. Burbank A Butterfield J Camann T. Cameron N Canner D Carew J. Carmichael H. Carter J Casagrande F. Castro B Cavanaugh H Chhoun G Chiltk K Clark C. Clemens M Cleveland B Cody C. Coeien M Comtois M Coughlin C. Covelli M Cox J- Cruz G. Curtis P. D ' Introno L Davis T Dennerline W Dickinson T Diggs B Doyon R Drew K Einhorn 1 Eisenwmter Lake 0. Brown T Bui A -- TPy SOPHOMORES When people hear the word “Sophomore " they think of the bottom of the barrel and stupid underclass- men jokes. But this year’s class has managed to overcome this, and is well on their way to bigger and better things. We’ll be coming back again next year to learn and grow some more, not to mention the most important thing, having a good time! (Plus, next year it will be our turn to pick on sophomores.) ' p- d V ■ r ' 4 i D Elder K Elgers J W Evans I. Faulkingam A Eeldstein E. Field H Fischer N Friend L. Gallant K Garvey Z Giliat A Gladu J. Gladu S Goldman S. Gordon Z. Gorham T Green G. Guidera S. H. Gulliver J Gunkle L. A Gustin C Hambleton D. Hankinson D. J. Hanscom 0 A Hanson 0 Hardaker A Harris T. Hatch D. Hatt R Haughey S- Heaphy E. Hennessy L Hepler A Hersh i. Hill J. Hill D Hito D Hoffman N Holloway I Holstein K Hopkins C Howard D Howard S. Hsih A Hundley C. Hunt C. Jackson E. W Jacque V Johns A Johnson G Johnson S- Johnson E Jones R Jones S Kamasky 21 T. Kaulenas J. Kellogg S. Khuth R. Kilgallon A, Knightly W Kopec, III T. Kosloski A. Koss I Kotarba S. Kruger-Thompson C. Kunciw L Laclaire G. Lamountain D. Laos K. Lee Z. Leven K, Lincoln T. Loescher J. Lugo C. Lundgien D MacDonald D MacDougall M Manning A Maikert I Maitin M McBiide R. Mclntiie, Jr, M McIntosh L. McNeill C.K McQuillen A Mehta H, Menis K M. Miieault R, Moeun E. Moigan L Murch H. Muskus ). Nelson M Newell B O ' Brien M O ' Connor K, Olt R Orellana A. Orlen L Osirowski A Palaia E Palazzolo K Perchemlides J. Pllueger A Pham B Pipkin M Pitelka M Piedmore Z. Principe C Rabin K Rai 22 A Raman A Ramdas I. Ramos R. Raskevitz L. Read i Reckford J Reddy I. Redstone K 6 Reilly J. Rinard W Ritchie I. Rivard 6 Rodriguez C- Rodriguez K Romboletti J. Rosa I P. Saalfield J, Sackett E. Salas 6 Salloux A. Santana H. Santiago S. Schnadt M Schwartz J. Schwarz S. Searcy M Seihoun S. Seitz, Jr J. Sellers M. Semidei A Sherman A. Sims J. Spears L. Spratlan D Steinberg J. Stendahl i. Stiles P Storey S. Stuart H. Swenson M Taafaki L Telega j. Thomas L. Thomas V. Tiersky B. Torpey M Upton C. Vogt L Volkman J. Walas M Walker 0. Waterman C. Watson T Weaver A Weeber N Weigel 23 JUNIORS Jr. Core Comm: 1st r: K. Bracey, R. Geman, M. Osborne, A. Lenburg, R. Encarnacao. 2nd r: E. Sylvia, K. Phillips, M. Zumbruski, B. Maclean, B. VanBuskirk, N. Jellerette 3rd r: I. Delemar, B. Silver, B. Dahowski, J. Heffley, M. Doran, B Paulding, S. Dauber, E. Connely 4th r; T. Wills, D. Gettier, W. Kohler, K. Isaza-Tuzman, K. St. John, S. Bardwell, S. Berman C Abel M Aldrich C Alpert A Alschuler P An B Andersen Vazquez T Arcelli C Bardwell R Barker K Barrette S Barry S Bastia Z Berkman S Berman M Blake A Bliss R Blitzbau D Bloodsworth M Bogert L Sou J Boulnce C Bower K Bracey T Brazeau W Brewer S Brock B Brooks N Brooks M Brown S Brown T Brown Y Brown J Buckley J Buczala M Burke i CaHall M Carrion P Cheng R Chesnut L Chhem L Chu D Clark P Cobbs J Cohen M Collura E Connelly M Cotanche 0 Culchms R Dahowski S Dauber T Davidson L Davis N Day A Decheke £ Delemar S Derm 25 K Desai L Deveney C Diaz C Ditfenderler K Oimock D Dometer J. Doran M Doran C Doyle i Dupre S. Dwyer M Eichenlaub D Eldndge R Encarnacao M Ewald j Fanning C Fernandez A Field A Floyd L Foley B Fuller E Gauger R Geman E Gentt D Gettier H. Godsey P Graves R Greason J Greenbaum T GriHin T Griswold S Hang S. Hang K Hann A Hardy P Hargitai M Hart G. Hatt ] HeHley M Hendnch i. Hess K Highter L Hilborn J Hines N Hobble P Holden J Horowitz L Housner K Howard L Howell R Hunt i. Ilmcky K Isaza Tuzman M Jackson 0 Janse C Jasmin 1 ;- ' ■fe N iellerette A Johnson J Johnson i Jordan S. Kaplan J Karelia S. Kazonis H Kent I Kikuzato P Kirchhotf L Ktrley R Kleindienst P Knightly W Kohler A Korwar i Kotftia C. Kraft P Krause K Krouch L Kyhl G Latour F Lattuca J. Layman P Lehrer A Lenburg A Leslie C Levitt D Linares M Liptak H Lord A Lorenzo K Lundgren E Mabius M MacDonald 6 MacLean K Mannheim J Martell J Martell A May L May J. McKinney P McPartlan S Merzbach S. Miles G Miller J Mizell M Moebius S Mooney L Morrison H Mroz D Murphy 0 Nguyen J Nober M Nolan N Nwokoye K O’Brien 27 T OBnen j O ' Connell K O ' Donnell K Ok P Ok T O ' Neil M Ofien 0 Orrell K OriU M Osborne S Owens R Parks J Partee 5 Pascoe J Patterson W Patterson 6 Paulding J Peelle B Pelkey J Pereira G Perez K Perez j Perry M Peterson S Peterson T Petrizzo K Phillips G Platt C Plaza E Powell B Preston W PfouU K Purcell E Rabin J Ramirez R Raskevitz J Redstone W Reed P Regish A Rehm C Rhodes F Richards R Ring M Rivera Ramos S Robitaille T Rodriguez M Rosenkrantz K Roum K Roum R Roum R Ruon W Saengru|i G Salvmi D Sarti C Schewe B Schneider . I 28 Y Seang B Searcy H Seymour E Shepherd A Shumway L Shumway 6 Silver A Smith H Smith S Som S Soones E Spokas D St John D Stokes M Stosz j Suarez P Sullivan K Suizner J Suthff I wannar E Sylvia P Tang A Tereault C Theriault J Thompson M Thornton T Tremblay ) Trotman E Vanbuskirk I Vega D Vennell G Viczian S. Vivian J Wade A Wagner M Wagner S Walen C. Walker H Wang S. Wang S Weithers E Wells R Wentworth J, Werman C Williams K Williams L Willis T Wills H Wiltsie R Winternitz I Yakovlev A Yandian 0 Yngvesson D Young R Zucco M Zumbruski THE ABC HOUSE A.B.C., A Better Chance Inc., is a non-profit organization which finds talented minority students from inner city schools, gives them financial support, and places them into independent schools. An outstanding number of A.B.C. students are admitted to prestigious colleges throughout the U.S.. A.B.C. is moving into its 25th year, and plans to be around for many years to come! Eustache Roundtree ABC House: 1st r. J. Suarez, 0. Linares, E. Salas, I. Delemar, T. Diggs. 2nd r; H. Carter, A. Morales, R. Smith, C. Ramdas, E. Roundtree DAY Booster Day, a day of recognition for all sports and school groups, was memorable. The halls, skits, and floats were spectacular, cre- ative and artistic. The Sophomores took a trip through " candy land " while the Juniors went back to the 50 ' s and soon traveled into the future. The Seniors made an excellent replica of a farm including everything from hay to the odor of manure. The skits were something else. The Sophomores attempted twice to show the school talent, but unfortunately failed. The Juniors thought they were clever in relating their skit to their hall. Once again they traveled back in time. But without fail, the Seniors did not hold back. “Levitt Land” proved to be a hit with everyone. Although every effort was put into a spin-off of “Clue”, the Seniors did not come out ahead. The floats were dynamic. The Sophomores shocked everyone with their showcase of “support”. The Juniors, who came out ahead, clearly were not sophisticated enough to create their own ideas for a float. The Seniors, who are superior, displayed an unlimited amount of talent but were unfortunately denied their rightful victory. P. Matthews H • •wr Jazz Workshop: 1st r; M. Wright, S. Volkman, H. Mroz 2nd r; C. Fournier, D. Purcell, T. Chapin, K. Purcell, G. Guidera, D. Gur, A. Laus 3rd r: E. GentI, T. D ' Introno, E. Hayden, B. Silver, Z. Gillat The Jazz Workshop is a group that plays all types of jazz and has lots of fun doing it. We play each year in the cafeteria during lunch and at a few evening performances. Wind Ensemble: 1st r: A. Johnson, A. Wattenburg, A. Bliss, T. Chapin, J. Barker 2n d r: S. Pollatsek, L. Woolf, A. Newell, D. Eccleston 3rd r: C. Rainford, D. Brinkerhoff, S. Clark, C. Fernandez, L. Marcum, I. McKenna Thomas, S. Vivian, C. Plaza, J. Wade, D. Gur 4th R: M. Nemoth, T. Leslie, K. Purcell, C. Shadoian, A. Bramlage, B. Preston, M. Sargent, Z. Gillat 5th r: R. Chesnut, B. Patterson, D. Schepp, D. Oritz, K. Muench, J. Freedman, S. Goldman, L. Faulkingham, P. Lehrer, J. Hines; Back Row: T. Story, E. Jones, C. Vogt, J. Spears, J. O’Connell, A. Laus, J. Heffley, B. Dahowski, A. Adams, J. Jemison, M. Wright The Wind Ensemble: A family? Yes. A family bound together by a mutual love, music. A family of serious musicians, seriously enjoying the music and each other. Spend a little time with our instrumental family. Listen . . . “Emma, please stop laughing.” “But wait, Mr. Purcell, what does th3t mean? " ‘Ted and Kevin Marsalis ' imitate their hero by destroying their embouchure on impossible trumpet and cornet concertos. Dave Ortiz and his David Sanborn death wish. Why are the flutes so loud? Well, we have the remedy for that. Tubas from Hell. Jason Freedman leading his corps of euphoniums have aspirations of Matt Franklinism. To Doug Purcell, the tie that binds the band together, thank you for your time, effort, and good humor; they will surely linger with us for years to come! MUSIC Chamber Players: M. Eisenberg, S. Gleason, J. Mizell, S. Hsieh, M. Moebius, P. Rosenau, P. Smith, I. Gallihue, R. Lessie, S. Greenebaum, J. Lin, P. Tang, W. Pile, J. Greenbaum, D. Nissenbaum The Chamber Players is a group of 14 advanced string players from the Senior Orchestra. Because of our small size, we are a close-knit ensemble. We are fortunate to have the chance to play some of the most beautiful and challenging string repertoire in the world. We especially love playing slushy, ultra-romantic pieces to the time of Mr. Smith’s yells of “Subito Forte! " Focus people! Get those feet off the music cases! Pep Band: 1st r: A. Bramlage, D. Brinkerhoff, S. Clark 2nd r: A. Newell, A. Johnson, j D. Gur, C. Fournier, S. Wall, M. Nemeth 3rd r: K. Nemeth, A. Edgington, C. Rainford, j C. Fernandez, J. Hines, A. Koss, M. Wright, Back: D. Purcell (Adv.) P. Lehrer, J. | Barker, J. Freedman, T. Chapin, K. Purcell I I Neither rain, nor snow nor losing seasons dampen the spirits ‘ and energy of the Pep Band. About 25 volunteer musicians from both the Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band play at every home game. We are not a marching band, but are instead enthusiastic i j fans who enjoy expressing our school spirit through the jaz z, | swing popular music we play. We love the games! We love the I team! We love Ann’s hot cocoa made with lemon extract! I 32 Symphony Bond: 1st r; J. Sorenson, J. Parks, K. Tamms, A. Koss, K. Nemeth, A. Edgington, C. McQuillen, K. EInhorn 2nd R: D. Purcell (Adv.), E. Freeman, J. Kriesler, J. Halpin, S. Sullivan, M. Maziarz, G. Guidera, J. Field, A. MacDougall, K. Hilborn, R. Brown, F. Cruz, K. Jordan, R. Penniman, A. Wlltsie, C. Hadley, R. Watson 3rd r: T. Callahan, R. McAllister, D. Basile, M. Freedman, J. Bell, T. IDavidson, D. MacDougall, M. Hankowski, H. Muskus, L. Thomas, A. Sherman 4th r: J. DelManzo, G. ' Battistoni, M. Wallace, S. Hilborn, S. Gordon, S. Brown, J. Janse, D. Waterman, M. Upton, L. Murch 5th r: S. King, T. Mahovlich, K. Wohl-Ludman, K. Peres, E. Stewart, G. Curtis, G. Chilik, G. Johnson, E. O ' Neil [very A period, before your eyes are even open, you can hear the music of the Symphony Band preparing for their three concerts and Boston trip. “Remem- er, everyone sell six bags!” Chorale: D. Arnaboldi, S. Greenebaum, E. Koh, M. Porter, I. McKenna-Thomas 2nd r: J. Mizell, S. Scott, C. Weaver, J. Greenbaum, D. Olevsky, H. buddy, A. Redder 3rd r; N. Lee, J. Hornik, Z. Berkman, J. Lin, S. Wohlleb 4th r: C. Zorwonk, M. Eisenberg, M. Smith, B. Hawley, L. Woolf, L. Housner, E. Shephard Chorale this year consisted of 27 members. Smaller than in past years, we also had excellent balance between sections. Including our tour to Washington D. C. and New York City, we prepared four major programs. Our most major work was Handel’s Judas Macabeus, in which we also included some professional soloists, as well as soloists from within the group. We will always remember never to burn our candle too close beneath the thermostat. [Orchestra: 1st r: Z. Varley 2nd r: M. Hendrick, D. Shepp, A. Johnson, A. Wattenberg, W. Pile, M. Moebius, I. Rivard, J. Peelle, J. Mizell, K. Samonds, L. Kroodsma, R. Blitzbiau, A. OeChelce, P. Smith (Adv ), 3rd r: S. Gleason, C. Plaza, R. Lessie, D. Ortiz, S. Greenebaum, D. Nissenbaum, A. Bramlage, L. Woolf, S, Pollatsek, S. Hsieh, P. Rosenau, A. Winternitz, T. Chapin, R. Chen, J. Verner, J. Peelle 4th r: J. Wade, M. Stosz, J. Stendahl, A, Johnston, C. Storey, M. Eisenberg, M. Smith, C. Levitt, J. Greenbaum, P. Carlson, D. Laus, C. Vogt, J. Hannus, S. Vivian, J. Lin, J. Rinard, A. Jemison, J. Muskus, P. Tang, K. Purcell, D. Brmkerhoff, I. Gallihue Every time Mr. Smith turns around, there seem to be more violins in Orchestra . . . fortunately, to counter this problem, the rehearsals have been unusually good. The progress we’re making is eerie. The players voluntarily put away music stands after class. We haven’t even lost any music yet. How bizarre. However, there is still time, and things might be back to normal by the end of the year . . . By the way. New York City: Watch Out! a 0k Concert Choir: 1st r: B. Vazquez, G. Johnson, T. Herman, A. Knightly, M. Pitelka, J. Evans, D. Godfrey, A. Alschuler, E. Wells 2nd r: J. Maggs (Adv.) G. LaMountain, J. Hugus, K. Kenerson, L. Gosman, J. Johnson, IS. Schnadt, T. Jellerette, M. Horniak, J. Hill, J. Schwartz 3rd r; B. Highter, K. Bohn, J. Trotman, A. Hardy Chorus: 1st r: K. Montgomery, J. Wallace, P. Warner, A. Ortiz, H. Lord, D. Hanson 2nd r: M. Hoang, D. DelValle, J. Spratlan, K. Eiseman, A. Kelly, K. Ryan, M. Vivian, L. Kyhl 3rd r: M. Cotanche, J. Leslie, K. Hayden, H. Sunderland, E. Flashman, J. Westburg, V. Sweeney, A. McGovern, L. Westover 4th r: J. Maggs (Adv), L. Housner 33 TW THE Theiter Co: 1st r: J. Lin, E. Jenkins, J. Hannus, A. Klekowski, K. Saizner, E. Rabin, J. Hugus, A. Bramlage, T. Tremblay 2nd r: A. Newell, A. DeCheke, C. Fernandez, D. Gur, E. Goshko, J. Giglio, M. Swenson, K. Bohn, K. Ra), S. Van Blerkom, D. Arnaboldi, L, Haines, M. Harris 3rd r: A. Predmore, B. Johnson, S. Lewis, D. Cutchins, M. Ptelka, M. Raj, M. Wright, L. Woolf, D. Stokes, A. Adams, J. Hornik 4th r: B. Schneider, C. Rainford, T. Davidson, A. Lenberg, J. Barker, W. Pile, E. Woolf, M. Predmore, D. Brinkerhoff, E. Caffall Teen Education Acting Menagerie is a group of 11 Juniors and Seniors that travel to High Schools in W. Mass, to act out situations that concern teenagers. Problems like suicide, drug abuse, unexpected prgnancy, eating disorders and social preasures are covered by the script which is written by the students. We have been supervised by Brian Adams, a representative of The Family Planning Council. He has brought in many speakers and organized activities to better educate us about the issues we cover. T.E.A.M. does not lecture to students - that is not what they need. Hopefully students who have some sort of problem will realize it through our performance. This way, they can get help no matter how larger of small their problem is. Four years ago T.E.A.M. was established at Williston-Northampton. This year is the first time it has been organized in another school, and we are all proud that Amherst Regional has been chosen. -Charlotte, Courtney, Dennis, Gabriel le, Gwen, Jake, Lenny, Mason, Murry, Regis and Taylor. 34 This year the Theater Company put on its usual ragtag assortment of dramatic I pieces: from the bizarre fables of Kafka and McClure to the mordern realism of Waning Crescent Moon. Our work employed hundreds of actors, designers, composers, choreo- graphers, carpenters, stitchers, publicists, producers, directors, and of course, all the other grunts. Once again, though we may be mad when the wind is southerly, we know a hawk from a handsaw. However, as the final curtain drops and we look back on all the hours spent, all that comes to mind is: for this we gave up a promising career in show business? i T.E.A.M.: 1st r: M. Pletz, W. Brewer, B. Pelkey, S. Wall, J. Todd 2nd r: D. Cutchens, E. Caffall, B. Andersen- Vazquez, D. Ortiz ATRE COMPANY JOSEPHINE; THE MOUSE SINGER took a fable by Franz Kafka and retold it in blank-verse form. This sounds fancy and grim (3 suicides in 65 minutes!) but this production was early- winter fun for the cast and extended crew, whose work you see here: Cheryl Rainford’s set, Jeremy Hornik’s costumes and ears, Bethany Schneider’s props, and Ian McKenna-Thomas’ lighting. We wish we could preserve Tony Terrizzi’s music, Erin Koh’s choreography, and Matt Wright’s producing . . . CLUBS With the support and guidance of Mrs. Schweid, and the many devoted members of Student Council, the ’87- ' 88 year has been successful. On one of the more serious issues, Student Council worked closely with Administration, School Committee, and students to make sure the issue of condom machines in the high school was given a fair voice. On a lighter note, the Student Council sponsored a very successful Winterfest Dance. Student Council: 1st r: L. Thelen, E. Goshko, J. Giglio, C. Bohn, J. Cannell, S. Statis 2nd r: C. Schweid (Adv.), J. Hankinson, J. Guidera, C. Bower, M. Ewald, A. Shumway, D. Martinez The car whined and refused to carry the Trivia Warriors to the battle site. So, jaws clenched proudly, we braved a dangerous trek up the steep, ice ravaged mountain. All distainfully refused the enemy’s offers of safe, comfortable, transport and insisted on continuing on poorly clad feet. At last (or alas), our destination glowed like a nuclear reactor above us • Channel 22! On arrival, we made burnt offerings to Rosa Parks while Mrs. Matthews murmurred, " Pip better not be late. " The actual match was the easiest part of the evening (we crushed Canton, 275-140), for then, still fiercely independent, we skidded our way down the mountain. All this effort for just the 2nd match! But it paid off. We defeated a third team the next week to qualify for the 88 Championship Playoffs. Good thing we didn’t freeze • and end up in a MORTUARY! 4s Schools Match Wits: A. Ryan, J. Hornick, J. Lin, 0. Hillel Latin Club: 1st r: C. Rainford, S. Wall, 0. MacDougall 2nd r: S. Smith (Adv.), N. Wyse, A. Student School Committee: 1st r: J. Guidera, B. Kelly, M. Hornik 2nd r: K. Garvey, N. Jellerette, C. Schewe, R. Hardy, T. Tremblay, J. Hannus, K. Suizner Smith, J. Verner Arma magistrumque cano, trojae qui primus ab oris. Amherstinium venit, ut novam manum conderet. Dedicated to the preservation of life, truth, and liberty, and the subjugation of all other language oriented clubs, we came, we saw, we conquered! The Student School Committee is composed of students in both the Junior and Senior High School. Members meet regularly with the secondary administrators and the superintendent to provide a student voice in discussions of school policy. A member of the Student School Committee serves as a non-voting member of the Regional School Committee. 36 Inlernalionsl Students: L. Froning (Adv ), H. Wang (sec.), L. Tranh (V. P.), L. Chu (Treas.), L. Bou (Pres.) 2nd r: S. Khuth, C. Ramos, R. Room, P. An, H. Ho, S. Wang, J. Zhou, K. Roum 3rd r: I. Kikuzato, J. Serrano, I. Ramos, M. Semidei, J. Ramirez, R. Moeun, S. Hang, N. Chhoeun The International Students Club is composed of students of different nationali- ties. We as a club promote cultural understanding and extend our experiences to many. Activities include a student newspaper, displays, bake sales, field trips pot luck dances. F.B.LJ. 1st r: D. Linares, E. Delemar, E. Roundtree, R. Encarnacao, J. Heffley 2nd r: M. Morse, H. Godsey, C. Mireault, J. Hines, J. Feldman, P. Fredrickson (Adv.) 3rd r: K. Frizzle, K. Muench, M. Mazairz, K. Lincoln, C. Kelly, J. Nober The Future Business Leaders of America aids students interested in business or business education careers. FBLA provides an opportunity for us to learn first hand in monthly meetings and activities. Highlights this year were: Concessions at the football games, Washington, D.C. trip. Spring Convention and Dinner. Ham Radio: M Addison, S. Vivian, J. McNally (Adv ), J. Mizell, R. Winternitz WAIUTT is an FCC licensed facility. The purposes of the Radio Club are to train interested students in preparation for an FCC Amateur Radio License and to provide communication backup for our community in case of natural disaster or other communication need. Hope t Solidarity: 1st r: 0. Rushing, E. Rothkegel, A. King, L. Brown, J. Saulsberry (Adv.) 2nd r: G. Westbrooks, V. Bias, K. Harris, G. Saulsberry (Adv.), A. Klekowski 3rd r: B. Brooks, P. Matthews, D. Campbell Hope Solidarity is an organization welcoming students, staff, and adminis- tration. We strive to achieve an awareness and understanding of other races, ethnicity, culture, and sexual gender. We have done all of these things by collectively participating in the Ethnic Feast, having guest speakers, and by actively taking part in out-of-school activities relating to other cultures. I N.H.S.: 1st r: B. Cody, D. Tang, K. Suizner, M. Collura, M. Moebius, C. Vogt 2nd r: K. Kroodsma, A. Klekowski, D. Brinkerhoff, B. Schneider, K. Hopkins, L. Marcum, C. Comings, A. Newell 3rd r: J. Jacobs (Adv.), D. Olevsky, K. Bracey, A. Korwar, D. Arnaboldi, J. Giglio, D. Ortiz, S. Conklin, A. Yin, J. Price (Adv.) 4th r: M. Zumbuski, M. Coles, A. Johnston, I. Johnston, R. Dahowski, L. Thomas, M. Swift The National Honor Society is comprised of students who have demon- strated strong academic ability, leadership skills and dedication to the community. We organize and participate in many service projects throughout the year. This year’s have included The Brown Bag Project, The Heart Association Phone-a-Thon, and peer tutoring. These are open to all who wish to participate in them. Russian Club: 1st r: J. Hornik, E. Woolf. A. Lenz, E. Perkins 2nd r: A. Schnadt, C. Westborg, C. Mcquillen, P. Carlson, D. Cutchins 3rd r: D. Steinberg, N. Canner, M. Raj, L. Hines, S. Koonce, J. Wobst (Adv.) 4th r: M. Swift, L. Woolf The Russian Club, a rapidly growing organization open to 7th through 12th graders, gives students opportunity to explore Russian and Soviet culture outside the classroom. We sponsor the very popular Russian Banquet, go on trips to New York, exchange with Austin Prep Students, play Gorodki and have many other events. Our greatest experience last year was a 3 week trip to the Soviet Union. POCU: 1st r: L. Delemer, L. Brown, K. Bracey, 0. Rushing, D. Campbell, E. Rothkegel 2nd r: J. Suarez, R. Parks, N. Muhammed, M. Bogert, H. Lord, A. Korwar, Y. Brown, 3rd r; S. Soones, P. Matthews, B. Brooks, K. Harris, J. Golden, V. Bias People of Color United is a multicultural organization that does not promote enthnocentricity, but merely advocates the exsistence of diverse cultures and races. We have encouraged the participation of third world students who express concerns, desires or interests in bettering the commu- nity they live in. We strive to enlighten those who may not be aware of the varying differences by contributing to the Ethnic Feast and be creating our own Kwanza celebration. Chess Club: 1st r: J. Werman, B. Johnson 2nd r: A. Ryan, W Pile, R. Kleindienst, S. Smith (Adv.) Chess Club: a.k.a. Future Grand Masters of America. Two time Western Mass. Champs looking for our third consecutive title. Goldbug Business: 1st r: P. Zakaitls, J. Sullivan, B. Figousky, A. Newell, H. WAng 2nd r: L. DiCarlo, K. Frizzle, T. Russel, A. Markert, J. Feldman, M. Shea (Adv.) 3rd r: M. Morse, K. Muench, K. Mannheim The Goldbug Business Staff is a hardworking group who oversee yearbook advertising, sales and distribution. Our goal this year was to help make this book the best ever. Goldbug Editorial: 1st r; i. Cannell, 0. Rushing, P. Matthews, N. Champoux, A. Stoffolano 2nd r: B. Derby (Adv.) A. Predmore, J. Barker, J. Lin, 3rd r: L. Brown, K. Raj, A. King, J. Feldman, L. Allen, L. Thelen The Yearbook staff for the ' 87 - ' 88 school year is a talented one indeed. All of us on the staff have given 100% effort so that we will have the best yearbook ever. mM Graphic: 1st r: C. Fernandez, M. Harris, A. Bliss, A. Decheke, D. Brinkerhoff 2nd r: N, Newell, J. Hankinson, T. Bari. B. Penniman (Adv.), D. Arnaboldi, M. Moebius Guess who ' s back. Give up? Well, it’s the High School’s very own newspaper, The Graphic. So you thought you were safe from us, eh? Well we’re back - bigger and better than ever. Check us out to see if you agree. French Club: 1st r: A. Korwar, K. Jones, S. VanBlerkom, S. Falkingham, S. Webb 2nd r: A. Klekowski, S. Koonce, L. Haines, D. Arnaboldi The theme of Le Cercle Francais is food. Though we sell bro wnies and cookies at bake sales, we get together and eat eclairs, cream puffs, napoleons, tarts and mousse (just to name a few!), while watching French movies. Our projects this year include selling T-shirts, exploring Boston’s French Library, and a trip to Montreal. Bon appetit, tous le monde! German-American Partners: 1st r: D. Cutchings, B. Schneider, A. Koss, A. Johnson, L. Cronen, C. Stewart 2nd r: G. Steinmeyer (Adv.), E. Stewart, R. Winternitz, V. Wurster, R. Lessie 3rd r: K. St. John, S. Wermouth, A. Markert, K, Manheim, L. Thomas, K. Lee The German-American Partnership Program was established in 1976 and has provided students the opportunity to participate in a long-term exchange between families, two schools and two communities. Since its founding, more than 300 people have participated. The Mathletes have grown in popularity over the years. Even though we lost many Seniors, we still have a strong team. We have placed high in the 1st 2 meets which include up to 15 teams, and we believe this trend will continue. Outing Club: 1st r: H. David (Adv.), K. Beatty, M. Swift, I. Rowell, A. Kleikowski 2nd r; A. Peterson, S. Falkingham, J. Freedman, J. Torla, M. Coles 3rd r: M. Harris, S. VanBlerkom, A. King, J. Hannus, E, Woolf The goal of the Outing Club is to teach young people a respect for nature and a sense of responsibility for their own actions, (really, that’s what it says on our " Official Club Purpose’’ sheet.) Yes, I know, it’s a surprise to me, too. Anyway, we’re the sort of people who enjoy sleeping in unheated tents during January, getting lost in cold, dark, and slimy caves (are you there Andrew?), and canoeing up a lake for two days, just so we can turn around and come home. It is, however, just a vicious rumor that we all wear plaid flannel shirts, worship bandannas, and eat gorp, even though we do listen to Simon and Garfunkel occasionally. And we all think that Mr. David is pretty neat, despite the fact that he never learned to yib. Mathletes: J. Dorcas, K. Tuzman, R. Chen, P. Graves, K. Yu, P. Cruz THE CAKE SALE This year ' s Cake Sale proved to be a huge success. There were more than 35 cakes being auctioned - the highest amount ever- and included everything from Amherst Jeaopardy to a very unartistic tennis ball. As expected, Mr. Adams battled the students to receive the cake of his choice. The cakes this year were delicious and overwhelmingly creative. SENIOR SUPERLATIVES We cast our votes on a fateful date: The most and the " — est” of each we did rate. Look ye now at the chosen from the class of ’88! Class personality: Art Jemison Alost likeley to sweat in {ym: Peter Niedzielski Class Stewardess: Kathryn Jones Most likely to succeed: Jenny Gourley Most ar{umentative: Caelah Bennett Most dramatic boy: Dave Brinkerhoff Most dramatic (iri: Jenny Gi{lio Peanut Butter Jelly: Lori DiCarlo Gabby Melchionda Class couple: Claire Dienes and Stephen Snyder Class Musician: Susie Greenebaum Best car: Cheryl Rainlord Most likely to make you look and wonder: Paloma Robins Most orifinal: Emily Neill 43 Moodiest: Erica Kauffman Class soultrain: Peter Brigham 44 Class brain: Mike Eisenberg Most aggressive: Ellen Rogers Class rollerskater: Joran Florian Class truck: Geoff Hess Loudest: Dayna Campbell Class flirt: Alex Morales Best legs: Mary Repucci i 1 Class clown: Jason Freedman Class pick-up artist: Bobby Smith Friendliest: Kenda Kroodsma Most likely to have an attitude: LaVerne Brown Class cynic: Seth Dizard Unsung hero: Dorran Prescott Shyest; Mike Asebrook Class chauvinist: Chris Bi(os 46 Outdoorspeople: Amy Upton Bill McIntosh Class e{o: Jason Mully Best body; Sekou Frye Walking disaster area; Emma Chandran Most Imely to make you smile; Kamal Harris Class hair; Erin Koh sludfe; Amy King Jack of all trades; Ed Markert Master of : Cutest boy; Jason Angus Teacher ' s pet: Kari Muench Best smile: Kerry Frizzell Class photographer: Scott Foley jUSaCBTO Class artist: Andrea Kirley i Class Dr. Doolittle: Amy Redder Andrew K. Adams: " Speak softly and drive a large Winnebago”. Soccer 1-2; Band 1-4; Outing Cl. 4; Theater Co. 2-3 (Chairper- son); C.F.F.L. 3-4; Bushmen 4; Spaz Crew 3; L.B.P. 3-4 Kristen Aldrich Scott (Scote) Aldrich: " A gen- eration without name, ripped and torn, nothing to lose, nothing to gam, nothing at all. " " You can’t touch what you can ' t see. " La- crosse 3-4; Skiing 1-4; Soccer 2- 4; The Launch Pad (S-D-J) 3-4; The Tub Cl. (Aquaman) 3-4; Senior Stooge (Larry); K-Marl Shopper 1-3: Mrs. Maisey Fan CL 3-4 Timothy Aldrich Laura Aldridge Laura Jean Allen: " Smile, people will think you ' re a Senior! " Soft- ball 1-4; Cheerleader 3; Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Community Softball Senior Core Committee: 1st r: J. Torla, S. Pollatsek, J. Hannus, B. Wohlleb, L. Allen, K. Eddy, A. Mullins 2nd r; K. Sullivan, J. Palaia, M, Lopez, G. Hess, K. Muench, A. Stoffalano, Z. Gooding, R. Merino, V. Bias, E. Goshko, K. Kroodsma, A. Jemison 3rd r: K. Patterson, J. Sullivan, M. Morse, K. Frizzle, P. Kunkle, P. Brigham, L. Brown, A. King, J. Meyers, J. Giglio, J. Rowell, J. Barker, L. Thelen, K. Markert, S. Giglio (Adv.) 4th r: J. Hodges, M. St. Mary, E. Kaufman, P. Mason, S. Smith, 0. Rushing, E. Rothkegel, A. Hall, P. Matthews, K. Harris, D. Campbell, B. Miltz, J. Golden, J. Jones, S. Youngblood, B. Barnhart Although it is very large and diverse, the Class of 1988 has nevertheless effectively come together in our Senior year to work on many activities. Personal uniqueness and a wide range of interests continue to distinguish us. We have artists, athletes, musicians, actors, scientists, and writers, who, de- spite their preferences, have respect for interests and talents other than their own. This attitude of acceptance, apprecia- tion, and cooperation towards others who have different quali- ties is one of the most honorable and excellent virtues we could ever acquire. Our Core Committee has successfully achieved all its goals - including having the Prom at the Hilton Inn and not the gymnasium as in the past. We have done well this year and have made it next to impossible for anyone to follow in our footsteps! Jason Angus: “All that we see or Dana Arnabaldi: Con. Choir 2-3; seem is but a dream within a Chorale 4; French Cl. 4 (Pres.); dream " Ice Hockey 2-4; Core Graphic 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; Core Comm. 4; Intermural Bowling Comm. 2-3; Theater Co. 2-4; Dance; Peer Ed. Christopher M. Arnold: " It ' s not how fast you go, it’s how well you go fast. " Ice Hockey 1-4; Band 1-2; Spanish Part. 1-4; Amherst Wiffleball 1-4 Michael Asebrook: " The road of Jeremy Austin: " Vlve los Mo- Kirsten Axelson life IS rocky and you may stum- cos! " Baseball 1-4; Basketball ble too. So while you point your 1 , 3 , 4 ; " Holmes”; Hollywood 10; fingers, someone else is judging Bordeaux Boys; Killer B’s; Scoop you " Lacrosse 1-4; Pseudo - the Bodos; “33 " Rasta; " Meege” 52 (i J ( Mishiara Baker: " The little girl slipped out and danced by her- I sett in the ram; her black pigtails j Hymg. " Lacrosse 1; Soccer 2; I Dance 1-4 Pamela Banner Jody Barker: " I have always been here. I have always looked out from behind these eyes; it feels like more than a lifetime, feels like more than a lifetime . " Bas- ketball 1-4; Band 1-4; Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Theater Co. 4; Pep Band 3-4; Bagel MD ' s 4 Bonn! D. Barnbart: " It ' s not what you say but when, where, and how you say it. By the way, don ' t ever call me weener again. " Cheerleader 1,3 (Capt.); Gold- bug 4; Core Comm. 4; US6F 1-3, I.L.A.C. 3-4; ER Running Cl. 3-4; The Crew 3-4; Spuds 4 Barak Barnoon Erich Barrette: " Sometimes as I sit alone and think about my faults in life. It makes me wonder why God still wants me here on earth. Now know why ■ there is always a reason for living and there is always a reason for dy- ing. will succeed in whatever desire because there is a reason why Tm here alive today, and I ' m thankful. " ■ Karen Beatty: " Up the road, in Mark Beckwith ; his shack, the old man was sleep- i ing again. He was still sleeping i on his lace and the boy was i sitting by and watching him. The I old man was dreaming about the lions. " Band 1; Outing Cl. 2-3; Theater Co. 2-4; Pony Cl. 1-4; Riding Horses 1-4: Drama Bunny 3-4 Caelah D. Bennett: " If the Atti- Koren Berrio tude fits, wear t " Cross Country 1-2,4 (Cap’t.); Swimming 1-4 (Cap’t.); Track 1-4 (Cap ' t.); Core Comm. 4; F.B.L.A 1-3; Wil- ma Flintstone; Gutters 1-4; Nerds 1-4; Garanimals 1-4 Amy Beshears Joel Bias: " I wear the mask that grins lies. It hides our cheeks and shades our eyes " 53 Vincent E. Bias: " Behold all souls are mine: as the soul of the Fa- ther. so also the soul of the Son IS mine: the soul that smneth shall die! " foo[b3 1-4; Track 3- 4; P.O.C.U. 4; Core Comm. 4; Hope Solidarity 4; S.A.D.D. 4. Christopher S. Bigos: “Violence is as American as Apple Pie " Ice Heather Bishop; “Life is sweet, Hockey 2-4; Lacrosse 2-4; Mag life is fine, life is Amherst Region- and the Lads 1-4; Karate Cl. al High " Trevor Bleau Mary Bogert: " E! hablar no cuesta nada " P.O.C.U. 1; Core Comm. 1 Katheryn M. Bohn: " Few will have the greatness to bend histo- ry itself but each of us can work to change small portions of events. “ Swimming 1-4 (Cap ' t. 3-4); Tennis 2-4; Student Coun. 1-4 (Pres.); Student School Comm. 1-4 (Sec.); Theater Co. 2,4; Chorus 3; Con. Choir 4 (Treas.); French - Amer. Each.; Yth. Grp. 1-4 Ann T. Bramlage: " H all else Ernest Bramucci fails, X IS usually 7 and y is usually 11. " Softball 1,2; Band 1-4; Con. Choir 2-3; Chorale 4; Orch. 2-4; Theater Co. 3,4; Latin Cl. 2-3 Peter M. Brigham: " Somewhere along the line, I know it ' s ust a matter of time until the fun falls through and the rent comes due. " Football 2-3; Lacrosse 1- 4; Core Comm. 4; Killer B ' s; " 33” David Gibran Brinkerhoff: " the Lauri N. Britt old roads return to the sky some of its color .... and it ' s that time when the pull of the blue highway is strongest ... a strangeness, a place where a man can lose himself " Track 1- 2; Wind Ensem. 1-4; Graphic 2- 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4 (V.P.); Orch. 3-4; Theater Co. 2-4; Mod- ern dance; Latin Cl. 2,3; A.C.E.S. 4; Pep Band 1-4 LaVerne Michele Brown: " Dame pan y dime lonto. Good luck to the Crew - can ' t wait to see you again peweod. " Softball 1; Cheerleader 3-4; P.O.C.U. 2-4; Spanish Part. 3; Hope Solidar- ity 3-4; PM in the Snow 3,4; ER Running Cl. 3,4; Hit and Run 4; The Crew 3,4. hiKl 54 Everett Bush Dayna Anne Campbell: “I ' d like to thank all the little people who kissed my A — ! Good luck to the Crew, still love you! " Soft- ball 1,4; Cheerleader 2-4; Gold- bug 4; P.O.C.U. 1-4; Hope Soli- darity 3-4; PM in the Snow 3,4; ER Running Cl. 3,4; Peer Ed. 3,4 Kevin P. Campbell: " The greatest thing you ever could do is trade a smile to someone who ' s blue. Friends " BasebaW 1-4; Ice Hock- ey 1-4 Phillip Canavan Jon B. Cannell; " I ain ' t no joke . . . Kerrie, jet adore " Zbon 1,2; Slice posse 3; Goldbug 4; Stu- dent Coun. 4 Peter A. Carlson: " H there is something that I want to do and can ' t, I won ' t give up until I can ligure out some way to make it sound similar to what I really can ' t do. " Ice Hockey 1-4 Elizabeth Carpino Margaret Carpino: “Don ' t walk ahead ol me, because I may not lollow: don ' t walk behind me be- cause I may not lead: let ' s just walk side by side " Field Hockey 2-4 Stephen A. Cayer: “And so one Shawn E. Chalmers: “If one ad- day I decided that I didn ' t want vances confidently in the direc- to be an overachiever . . . " bon of her dreams and endeav- Freestyle 1-4; Mogul Skiing 1-4; ors to live the hie which she has Team Extreme 4; Beef Master imagined, she will meet with suc- 3,4; Club Homeboy 4 cess . " Basketball 1-4; Golf 1-4; Softball 1-4; Brick Layers - Founder; Hoopster; Gymnite 1-4; Party hats 2-4; “CIAO! " Lawrence Chamorro Nicole Champoux: “I can ' t be- lieve I finally made it, now I have to figure out what to do " Art Rm. 2-3; Goldbug 3-4; Core Comm. 1.4 55 Emma Chandran; " After all, we make ourselves according to the ideas we have of our possibili- ties. " Ted Chapin: Wind Ensem. 2-4; Symphony Band 1; Pep Band 2- 4; Orch. 4; Swimming 1-4; Water Polo 3-4; Jazz Workshop 3-4 Addision Chappell Stephen B. Clark: " am called Wanderer’, he replied. ‘As for los- ing my way ' , he added with a laugh. 7 can ' t say that I have, tor I ' m not sure myself where my path es. Skiing 1; Band 1-4; Orch. 1-4 Seth Coelen: " We ' re all of the the land of the lost. Some will make it some will not. The few who do will go back and laugh in their faces. " Baseball 1-4; Ice Hockey; S.A.D.D. Mark C. Coles: Cross Country 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3; Orch. 3; Outing Cl. 2; Crossroads 1-4 Lianexis Collazo Cheryl A. Comings: German- Paul Comtois Amer. Part. 2-3 Frank Cooper Rober Alexander Toms Cope: ' 7 don ' t want to start any blasphe- mous rumors, but I think that God ' s got a sick sense of humor and when I die, I expect to find him laughing. " Cross-count. 4; Cycling 2-4; Squash 3; French Cl. 3-4; Water Skiing 1-4; Bagel M.D.’s; Mrs. Maisey ' s Fan Cl. Erika I. Coppinger: " We ' re not in the eighth dimension, we ' re over New Jersey! " Russian Cl. 4; Core Comm. 1-2; Peer Ed. 3; Erotika 2,3,4; John Deere Sewing and Simple Handicrafts Mem. Soc. 4. 56 Sarah Craker: Band 1-3; Core Comm. 1-2; Hope Solidarity 2- 3; Photography Jennifer Cumps: " Glory follows virtue like a shadow " Field Hock- ey 1; Core Comm. 1-4; Bonduc- ci ' s 1-4; Cheerleader Mgr. 4 Darryl Cupak Greg Curtis: " I got that green light baby. I got to keep movin David Curran: " Oh my god! I ' ve on. Baseball 1-4; Football 3,4; only got 4 opens today! " H.S. Soccer 1,2; Wrestling 1,4; Bomb Computer Syst. Mgr. Squad; Bordeaux Boys Thomas Cushing Thomas Danielson Jenny DelValle: " Buena Suerte a Adrian d’Errico: " Castles made Lori Di Carlo: " In love there is Claire Dienes la clase graduando ’88 " ot sand slip into the sea always one who kisses and one eventually " Hollywood 10 who offers the cheek " Goldbug 4; S.A.D.D. 3,4 Laura Diffenderfer: " Break the fear of tomorrow. Drown the past in these waters. Trust today to another, for nothing matters as much as this. " Art Rm. 1-4; Lacrosse 2-4; Core Comm. 1; Amherst Yth. Ctr. 57 Seth E. Dizard: " Play some pool, skip some school, and act real coo " Baseball 1-4; Wrestling 1- 2: Hollywood 10; Bordeaux Boys; Warner Bros; O’Boys 4; Tub Cl. (Mad Bubbler); Senior Stooge (Moe) Michael R. Doyle; " The greatest mistake you can make in hte is to be continually tearing you will make one " Baseball 1,3,4; Bas- ketball 3; Football 1-2 Tania Ozioba Kimberly Eddy; " Finally. Its been a long ride. I ' ll get off here and catch the next plane. But where will it lead’ " Chorus 1-2; Core Comm. 1-4 (Treas. 3); St. Bri- gid’s Yth. Grp.; Peer Ed. 3 Michael Eisenberg; “Quote? Un quote” Chorale 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; German-American Part 2; Mathletes 2 Sidra Renee Ellison; " Who feels it knows it " Art Rm 1-4; African Dance; Jammin ' in the Chicken Coop on the Vineyard; Roots, Rock, Reggae Daniel R. Evans; " Objects that you see are not realty there, you only think they are " Crewing 4; Lacrosse 1- ; Swimming 1; Vol- leyball 3-4;i ' Band in Geneva 4; Yearbook in Geneva 4; Theater Co. 4; ' Rrt’T Travel Scott Fanslow; " Some minds are Matthew Farmer like concrete: thoroughly mixed and permanently set " Basketball 3-4; Football 3,4 Sarah Faulkingham; " Dragons live forever, but not so little boys. Painted wings and giant things make way lor other toys " Squash 2-4; Con. Choir 3; French Cl. 4; Outing Cl. 3-4; Theater Co. 3-4; France 1,2,3; Bike Cl. 1-4 Glenn S. Fawcett; " In the final analysis there is nothing but the passage of time. " Science Cl. 1; Mathletes 3; Computers 2-4 Jessie Feldman; " Each day I learn just a little bit more. I don ' t know why, but I do know what for. If we ' re all going somewhere, let ' s get there soon. For our song ' s got no title, just words and a tune. " Goldbug 4; Tri-S 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Goldbug Business 3,4; Prom Comm. 4; Field Hockey Noah Field: " Curiouser, and cur- louser " Track 1-3; Art Rm. 1-4: John Deere Soc. of Knifing and Handicrafts. Beth Figovsky: " Remember me mth smiles and laughter for that ' s the way I will remember you. If ya remember me only with tears do not remember me at all. " Wrestling 4 (Mgr.); Goldbug 3-4; Core Comm. 1-4; Peer Ed. 3 Joran Florian: Baseball 3-4; T.B.C.; Coin Op. 3; The Holly- wood 10 Josh Foley: " Same S -: different day " Basketball 3-4; Baseball 3-4; Chandeliers Scott (Scooter) M. Foley: " Gimme three steps, Gimme three steps mister, and you ' ll never see me no more. " Football 2; Goldbug 1-3; Photography 1- 4; Farming 1-4 Christopher G. Fournier: " I say play your own way. Don ' t play what the public wants ■ you play what you want and let the public pick up what you are doing, even if it does take them fifteen, twen- ty years. " Ice Hockey 2-4; Band 1-2; Jazz Workshop 3-4; Pep Band 4; Bass 2-4; French Eich. 1 Jason Ross Freedman: " hey, I don ' t feel tardy . . " " II ' m not going to pay a lot for this muf- fler r-r! " Tennis 1-3; Band 1-4; Outing Cl. 3-4; Bagel M.D.’s 4; Bedroom eyes 2-4 Kerry L. Frizzle: " Always remem- Sekou Frye: " Its not my fault I Jennifer Giglio: “ do not want to ber that you are the most impor- was born great. " Basketball 4 uchieve immortality through my tant person in your life. Think ' rvork: I want to achieve it positive and take care of yourself through not dying " Con. Choir and we will all make it! " and 1-3; Chorale 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 2- remember: ' Keep your shoes 4; Student Coun. 1-4; Core on. ' " Skiing 3; Goldbug Bus. Staff Comm. 2-4; Theater Co. 2-4 4; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Tri-S 4; Core Comm. 1,3,4; Prom Comm. 4 Elise Gillette: Chinnese lndian Stephanie R. Gleason: " On the philosophy; Yoga; Metaphysics outskirts of nowhere . . . finally on a real road to somewhere " Track 1-2; Volleyball 3-4; Orch. 1-4; Core Comm. 4; Chamber Music 3-4; LM-Gloucester Sum- mer. 59 Jerome Anton Golden: " Hey Mike end Jeff, thanks tor the support, and always remember your suc- cess will partly be the result of friendships aguired in our youn- ger years. Our disputes and petty arguments were caused by the love shared between us. You two know that success is the most important thing to me. besides my family and you. and if I do succeed I ' d just like to say again THANKS GUYS " Soccer 2; Track 3,4; Wrestling 4 Zde Gooding: " If you want to leave take good care, hope you make a lot of nice friends out there, but just remember there ' s a lot of bad, and beware " Skat- ing; ZAKS ’87 Erica Goshko: " It matters not how straight the gate, how charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate: lam the Captain of my soul Con. Choir 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4; Core Comm. 1-4; Theater Co. 4; Latin Cl. 2-3. Laura Michelle Gosman; " It ' s nice to be important, but it ' s more important to be nice. " Con. Choir 3-4; Chorus 2; French Cl. 3-4; Theater Co. 2; Classical Gui- tar; French Eich. Jennifer Gourley: " Who am I to blow against the wind? " Track 3; Gymnastics 1-2 (Capt.); Core Comm. 4 Katherine Gray Kaylon Green Susan Greenebaum: Sometimes you think you ' re gonna get it - butcha don ' t, and that’s just the way it goes " Chorale 2-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4; Orch. 1-4; Spaz- zercize 4; Pee-Wee ' s Playhouse 3-4 April M. Griffin: " If you love something, set it free, if it comes back to you its yours, if it doesn ' t, it never was " Matt Guidera: " MAMONCETE " Track 1-2; Wrestfing 2-4; Mrs. Maisey Fan Cl. Joanne M. Gunkle: " Born to Wild " Goldbug 3 Daphna Gur: " I ' ll be back! " Band 3-4; Jazz Workshop 4; Theater Co. 4 60 Andrew W. Hafner; “Many rivers to cross, but can ' t seem to find my way over. ’’ Basketball 1-4; Soccer 1-4 (Cap ' t.); Lacrosse (3-4); Bomb Squad (Fuse- Man); Hollywood 10; Oy-NASTY ' 88; The Great Cake Caper; Gut- ters 1-4; Squirt; “Drujar”; Psuedo-Rasta 1-4; bookies; Gar- animals 1-4 Laura Haines: " And know we shall win, as I am confident in the victory of good over evil. ” French Cl. (Pres.) 4; Outing CL 4; Theater Co. 3-4; Russian Cl. 4; Hope Solidarity 3; Dance 1- 4; A.B.T. Co. 2,3; Bedroom Eyes 2-4 Adrianne Hall Kenneth D. Hambleton: “Do whatever you have to. to get what you want " Ice Hockey 2-4; Soccer 1-2; Track 1; Nat. Hon. Soc. 1-4; VYhiffleball 1-4; Alija Fan Cl. 4 lessame Disa Potter Hannus: “Full lanthom live the lather lies. 01 his bones are coral made, those are pearls that were eyes, nothing of him that doth lade but that suffers a sea change into something rich and strange. And I alone am lelt to tell the tale. Call me Ishmael. " Orch. 1-4; Outing Cl. 3-4; Core Comm. 2-4; Theater Co. 2-4; Publicity Bunny 4 Kristine Hanson: " While there is time let ' s go out and leel ever- ything. If you hold me. I will let you endure my dreams ■ tor time IS a river flowing into nowhere ■ we just live while we can and we drink our cup of laughter. " Field Hockey 1-3; Skiing; Flute Kamal Harris: “Nothing comes to a sleeper but a dream. " Basket- ball 1,3-4; Football 3,4; Track 3,4; P.O.C.U. 1,3-4; Core Comm. 3-4; Hope 6 Solidarity 4; S.A.O.D. 4; Dy-NASTY ' 88 Michelle Lee Harris; Moving on Bob Hawley; “When something is James Hendrick: " . . . (if you into shades of violent blue black accurate, it is my destiny to can) meet with triumph and dr white are the moods. Expres- jjg fpg j% Cross Country 2; saster and treat those two im- sive turbulence. Expressive Ec- Lacrosse 1-3; Con. Choir 2; Cho- posters just the same. ” stasy. Eeel what we ' ve seen. See ale 3,4; Broken English what we ve lost Love what we have., And so the ghost passes through the rooms and out into the air. Breathe child. Breathe while you can. “ Art. Rm. 2-4; Field Hockey 1-3; Yearbook 1-3; Graphic 4; Int ' l Students 3; Out- ing CL 3-4; P.O.C.U. 4; Theater Co. 4. Geoffrey Hess: “Dear America, you can ' t always get what you want ... But if you try some- times. you might find, you get what you need. " Lacrosse 2; Ski- ing 1-4; Core Comm. 4; The Hol- lywood 10 Jennifer A. Hodges: " Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm " . Field Hockey 1-2 (Capt.); Track 1-4; Band 1-2; Core Comm. 4; Tri-S 4; Basket- ball Mgr. 2,3; Amherst Pride 1-4 Kimberley Hopkins: " Now you ' ve been here, where everyone is lust himself ... The grass, the grass! The tall, tall grass! Tiger flower, king of the grass. That ' s me Art Rm. 4; Wrestling (Mgr.) 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. (Treas.) 3.4; Skarlett Spyder 2-4; Kap’n Krunch 6 Ivory 3,4; Just Ducky 2-3 Jeremy Hornik: " I am but mad north-northwest: when the wind IS southerly I know a hawk from a handsaw " Art Rm. 2-4: As Schools Match Wits 3-4; Chorale 2-4; Theater Co. (Officer 2-4); Russian Cl. 2-4; Who ' s Who 4; Alex Cox Fan Cl. 2-4 Jennifer (Spike) Hugus: " De- siree’ Who ' s that? - The chick m the night gown? Talked to the Smoke Detector? Sorry, Sorry. Weird name though, huh. De siree? Sounds dirty! O.K " Con. Choir 2-4; Chorus 1; S.T.O.P. 1; Mark A. Howard: “Give me a Core Comm. 1; Theater Co. 1-4; light " Whiffleball 1-4 Con. Choir Pres. 4 Paige Hundley Gregory Hurlbut John Ingram Alexandra L. Jellerette; " I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together " J. Arthur Jemison: " The longest journey is the journey inward. " As Schools Match Wits 3-4; Vol- leyball 2-4; Band Wind Ensemble 1- 4; Theater Co. 2-4; Russian Cl. 2- 4; Bagel M.D. ' s 4; Virtuous Pa- gans 2-4 Eve B. Jenkins; " A lot of pretty much mildly befuddled (there will be no grace notes). " Outing Cl. 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Theater Co. 2-4; Playwriting 3-4; Broken English Groupies 3-4 Brian C. Johnson: " Zoiks, and away! " Graphic staff 2; Chess Cl. 2-4; Computers 2-4; Theater Co. 1 Lauren Johnson: " Don ' t walk be- hind me, I might not lead. Don ' t walk ahead of me, I might not follow. Walk beside me, and be my friend. " Field Hockey 1-4, (Co-Capt. 4); Jr. Olympics ' 87; Softball 1-4; Basketball 1-2; Core Comm. 2-4; U.C.C. Yth. Grp. 1-4; Amherst pride 1-4 62 I Ian Johnston; " H the mtves are howling at your door, outhowt them. " Cross Country 3-4; Soc- cer 2; Swimming 4; Track 2-4; French Cl. 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4 Evan Denison Jones: “Amoebas at first were not complex: they tore themselves apart and start- ed sex. " Band 1-4; Cycling 2-4; Mrs. Maisey Fan Cl.; Pep Band 4; Waterskiing 1-4; U-Mass Flying Cl. 3-4 Jeftrey A. Jones; ‘A measure of accomplishment is the amount of pain suffered. In other words, no pain, no gam. All the great men in this world are either sick or dying. And at the moment I don ' t feel so well " Football 1-4 (Co- Capt.); Lacrosse 4; Track 3; Core Comm. 4; Tri-S 4; S.A.D.D. 4; Prom Comm. 4 Kathryn Jones; " It ' s better to put a strong fence around the top of the cliff, than an ambulance down in the valley bellow " French Cl. 3-4 (Pres.); Bike Cl. 1-2; Amherst Mental Grp. Re- ceptionist 3-4 Erica Kauffman: " It is better to have lost at love, than to never have loved at all. " Core Comm. 1 4; Tri-S 4; The Beach Crew; Legion Summer ' 87; White Rab- bit ’87- ' 88. Amy E. King: " When I ' ve drunk from reality ' s cup. then you ' ll say I m all grown up. Lacrosse 2; Wrestling (Mgr.) 3; Goldbug 4; Outing CL 4 (Treas.); Student Council: German-Amer. Part. 3; Core Comm. 1 4; Hope Soli- darity 4; Announcements 3,4; Peer Ed. 3,4 (STAART); S.A.D.D. 1,2; The Crew 3,4 Andrea Kirley: " I’ve got to move to work. " A.B.T. Co. 1-4 Amanda Klekowski; " The fellow you want to be is 3-dimensional, soaking up life, down to your toes. If people think you ' re slight- ly unconventional, ust put your thumb up to your nose ... " As Schools Match Wits 2; Swimming 4; French CL 2,4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-4; Outing Cl. 4, Theater Co. 2- 4; Hope 6 Solidarity 2-4; Latin Cl. 2,3; Shall we be patriotic today? 2-4 Erin Koh; " And m this dream looked down and there was this woman, and she was making it all up, she was writing it all down, and said: " Hey. Give me that pen! " Con. Choir 1-2; Cheerleader 3-4; Theater Co. 2- 4; Orch. Valley Crew 1-4; A.B.T. Co. 1-4; Guidance Off. Vegeta- bles 2-4; Amer-Asians United 3,4; Pee Wee’s Playhouse 3,4 Stuart S. Koonce " LASCIATE OGNE SPERANZA, VOI CH ' IN- TRATE " French Cl. 3-4; Russian Cl. 3 (Pres.); Bike Cl. 1,2,3 Kenda Kroodsma: " Only the shal- low know themselves. " Gymnas- tics 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4; Core Comm. 4; Shall we be pa- triotic today? 2-4 Ritha Krouch 63 Peter J. Kunkel: " Your cards ain ' t worth a dime d you don ' t lay them down. " Hockey 1-4; Soccer 1-3; Baseball 1-4; Mag and the Lads; P (S) squared; Samath Kruoch Fussball Cl. Kim Kuon Sylvia Lake Amanda Lamb Kira Lamb Alan Laus: " Alan ' s my name and golf IS my game (just call me ' slice ' for short)” Football 1; Soccer 2-4; Swimming 1-4; Track 2-4; Band 1-4; Jazz Work- shop 4; Water Polo for Bay State Games 2-3; Pep Band 4; Ski Cl. 1 Frank LaValle, Jr.; " I never I the companion that was so pamonable as solitude. " Nathaniel Lee: " Everyone is someone else ' s weirdo. " Russian Cl. 2; Con. Choir 1; Chorale 2-4; Theater Co. 2-4; S.R.A.F. 3; Who ' s Who 4; Darkworm 1-4; Clem and Beenz 3,4 Robin Lessie: " , . Few will have the greatness to bend histo- ry itself: but each of us can work to change a small portion of events . . . " Orch. 1-4; German- Amer. Part. 1,2,4; N.E. Conser- vatory Orch. and Chamber Music Eric D. Lewison; " All the leaves are brown, and the sky is gray: California dr earnin ' , on such a winter ' s day. " Early Grad. 4; Smoking 4 Carmela Liebert; " Wherever you go, there you are. " A.B.T. Co 2-4 64 Robert A. Limatainen: “I get ex- ercise in many nays, but the best my of all is lifting bottles. ' Bowling; Fishing; Baseball Julie Lin: “These grownups are certainly very, very odd " As Schools Match Wits 2,3 (Capt.); Chorale 4; Goldbug 4; Orch. 1-4 (Pres.); Core Comm. 1-3; The- ater Co. 2-4; Publicity Bunny 3 Dana Leigh Lindgren: “People liv- ing in competition, all I want is to have my peace of mind “ Field Hockey 1-3; Skiing; Goldbug Hadley Luddy: “Two roads di- verged in wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that Maria Lopez: “So hands that has made all the difference. " build . . can also pulldown " La- Field Hockey 1,2; Core Comm. 4; Crosse 1-4; Soccer 1-4; The Con. Choir 1; Chorale 2-4; Spaz- Launch Pad (N.O.) 3-4; Pesquin ' zeroise 4; Superior Dance M.M. 1-4 4 Karen MacDonald Michael MacDonald Sokhan Mao Lara Marcum: “Worry serves no useful purpose, is of no value, and doesn ' t change a thing. " Band 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-4; Pep Band 1-2; Church Choir 1-4; Steigers Sales Assoc. 4 Kurt Marker!: ' 75 m nu es a(er, Kathleen A. Martin: “You can DameWlaiWnei: “You don ' t have Tm sittin ' on my plane, fastenin’ lead a horse to water but if you to understand water for it to my safety belt, Tm takin off can get him to swim on his back quench your thirst. " SkWng again, and Tm movin ' on. " Too - you ' ve really got something! " Squash 1-4; Goldbug 4; Student ball 1-2; Lacrosse 1-4; Core Horseback riding; Pooh Bear Coun. 4; Team Extreme Comm. 4; Tri-S 4; Farming 1-4; Ridomil 4 65 Jessica Martini: " Beyond ideas of wrong doings and right doings there is a field. I’ll meet you Jennifer Mason: “But what do there ' French Cl. 4; Goldbug 3; you do when the light turns or- Nat. Hon. Soc. 1 ange with purple spots? " Peter Mason: ‘‘Do the Bozene " Basketball 1-4; Soccer 1-4; Stu- dent School Comm. 4; German- Amer. Part. 2; Core Comm. 1-4; (S(P) Squared; Dy-NASTY ' 88; The Great Cake Caper; Psuedo Ryoko Matsui: Basketball 3; Rasta 1-4 Softball 3; Volleyball Patricia A. Matthews: “Now ain ' t I bad’ An ’ am 7 Black ’ An ’ am 7 If me? To Osula. Dayna. La Verne. Mary, Adrianne, and Kira and Bonni. Good luck m the future. I ' ll miss you guys. Remember: You ' ll never have a dull moment when you ' re hanging with me. Love Ya! Track 3-4; Con. Choir 1-3; Goldbug 4; P.O.C.U. 3-4; Core Comm. 4; Hope Solidarity 3-4; Cheerleading Mgr. 3-4; ER Christopher M. May: Lacrosse 1 Running Cl. 4; Skiing 3-4 Erik Mayer Mark A. Maziarz: “Nothing gets harder than life " F.B.L.A. 3-4 William P. McIntosh: “Who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him? " Hockey 2-4; Soccer 2-3; Lacrosse 3-4 Ian McKenna-Thomas: . . it was good to think he had this to come back to, this place which was all his own, these things which were so glad to see him again and could always be count- ed upon for the same, simple welcome. " Skiing 1 (Cap’t.); Band 1-4; Co. Choir 2 (V. P.); Chorale 2 (Pres.); Orch. 1-3; Theater Co. 2-3 (Officer); Hik- ing; Carpentry Jos Juan Medina: “Life is like a Michelle Medina wave . . just have to keep riding it. " Lacrosse 3-4; Graphic 4; Surfing 66 Rick Merino: " Take your time, don ' t live too fast, troubles will come and they will pass " Foot- Gabrielle Francoise Melchionda: ball 2-4; Lacrosse 1-4; The " It’s better to keep on kissing Launch Pad (W.D.) 3-4; The Tub and get your face slapped, than CL (upper left jet) 3-4; The Po- it is to give up altogether. " laf Plunge 4; Boys 4; Honor Roll S.A.D.D. 3-4 (1st qrtr. 7th grade) Byron L. Miltz: " They may laugh at me before the race; but when the race is over they laugh no more. “Football 1-3; Skiing 2 4; Track 1-4; Core Comm. 3-4; lie Meyer Tara Cl. 3; Vdkl " R” 3-4 Leah Minks: ' 7et I hope, still I long to live, and if there can be returning after death, I shall come back. But it will not be here. " Track 1,2,4; Goldbug 3-4; Chrisopher I. Mireault; " can ' t S.T.O.P. 2; Spanish Part. 3; Core tail, Tm on a mission from God! " Comm. 3,4; Hope Solidarity 2; Ice Hockey 2-4; F.B.L.A. 3-4 M.Y.F. 1-4 (Pres.); Jazz and Bal- (Historian, State Treas.); St. let 1,2,4; S.A.D.D. 4 Bridgid’s Yth. Grp. Alexander Morales: " He who is not proud of what he is should not be. Thank you, Amherst! Bye Rick, Love YaH Soy Boricua and very proud of it!!! Baseball 3-4; Football 2-3; P.O.C.U 2-4; Core Comm. 2-4; A.B.C. 2-4; F.B.L.A 2-3 Daniel J. Moran: " Batman, we ' re outa ' here. " " Woodshop; Yth Grp. Daniel Morris: " How glorious it is ■ and also how painful to be an exception. " Football 1-4; La- crosse 3-4; Volleyball 3; Core Comm. 3-4; Tri-S 4; Farming 1-4 Megan E. Morse; " Wild horses Heather (Kari) Muench: " Now couldn ' t drag me away . . " Core the lines have all been read, we Comm. 2-4; Goldbug 4; CC sum- knew them all by heart Saying mer ’87 goodbye to you my friends, here comes the hardest part " Gym- nastics 1-4, (Tri-Cap’t. 4); Ski Team 3-4 (Tri-Cap’t. 4); Band 1-4; Core Comm. 2-4; Tri-S 4; Goldbug 4; Hope and Solidarity 2 Kristine Elaine C. Muench: 7 was on the Inside, when they pulled the four walls down, you looked through the window, I was lost. I am found. “Gymnastics 1- 3; Skiing: 3-4; Core-Comm. 2-4; F.B.L.A. 3-4 (Treas.); Goldbug Bus. Staff 4; Fishing 4 67 Amy E. Mullins: ‘‘The trouble with trouble is that is starts out as fun. " Basketball 1-4 (Capt. 4); Field Hockey 2-4; Softball 2- 4; Goldbug 3-4; Core Comm. 4; Tri-S 4; “Whaaat?? " ; Gutters 1- Jason Mully: “Pushey Cudatz " 4; Cookies Ya ' II Baseball 1-4; Football 1-4 Emily R. Neill; “If I he naked on Matthew Murphy: “The first sign table, with my gloves folded of maturity is the discovery that neatly to the side, do not think it the volume knob also turns to Is true that love you ■ I still the left " Ice Hockey 1-2; Tennis ear my hat “ Greenpeace; Trip- 2-4; Band 1-3 tophan Anon Aimee E. Newell: “Though noth- ing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower; we will grieve not, rather find strength in what re- mains behind. " Symphony Band 1-3; Wind Ensem. 4; Goldbug Business Mgr. 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. Michael G. N§meth: Cross Coun- 4; Theater Co. 4; French Each. 2; try 2; Band 1-4; Core Comm. 1- St. Brigid ' s Yth. Grp. 2,4; Pep 4; YPS 3-4; Pep Band 1-4 Band 2-4 Van Q. Nguyen: Soccer 1-4; Int ' l Peter A. Niedzielski: “Rumble. Daniel Nisse nbaum Thorn Nop Students 1-4 Stumble, Never Fumble. " Base- ball 1-2; Football (Capt.) 2-4; Track 3-4; Tara Cl. 3 Colleen O ' Brien Kristen O’Brien: “They say these are the best of times, but they are the only times I ' ve known. “ Graphic 4; Core Comm. 1,4; S.A.D.D. 4 68 Didi Olevsky: " He was an old man who fished alone m a skiff m the Gulf Stream . . Chorale 2-4; Skating 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 Edward E. O ' Neil: Volleyball 1-4; Wrestling 1-2; Band 1-2,4; The Crazy " Eddie " Fan Cl. Josh Orlen: " Everybody sees what you appear to be: few make out what you really are. " La- crosse 3-4; Track 1-2 David Santana Ortiz: Ivy League + Fortune 500 -F MBA -I- BMW -F ” Squash 1-2 Swimming 3-4; Jazz Workshop 2 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4; Orch. 4 T.E.A.M. 4; Bushmen 4; L.B.P. 3 4; Wind Ensem. 2-4 Aaron Osborne: ' 7 don ' t care what you say anymore, this is my hie. Go ahead with your own life and leave me alone! " Cross Country 1-3; Swimming 1-4 (Cap’t. 3-4); Track 1-2,4; Core Comm. 2-4; Theater Co. 3; Rus- sian CL 3; Water Polo 2-4; Bike Cl. 1; Future Yuppies of Amer. 3- 4; Croquet 2-4 (Cap’t. 4) Jennifer Palaia: " Be the same to your friends, whether m prosper- ity or adversity. " Soccer 3-4 (Cap’t. 4); Softball 1 Karen Patterson: " Plant your Gregory Pearlstein own garden instead of waiting for someone to bring you flow- ers. " Field Hockey 1-4; Cross Country 4; Track 2-4; Bio. CL 1- 3; Thanks A.F.H., A.P.L. Gerald Perkins Alan Peterson: " Not knowing where I ' m going is galaxies better than having no place to go .. . but remember - no matter where you go, there you are " Freestyle 1-4; Mogul Skiing 1-4; Team Ex- treme 4; White Water Kayaking 1-4; Outing Cl. 4 Brett W. Phillips: " No trouble too Nicole Teresa Pierce: " And m the tough to get out of " Football 1; end, the love you take is equal to Volleyball 1; R.L.B. 3-4; Wiffle- the love you make . . . ' Goldbug ball 1-4 4; Student Coun. 1-2; Core Comm 3-4; Tri-S 4; Theater Co. 3; F.B.L.A. 2-4; F.B.L.A. Historian 3, Core Comm. 4 V.P. 4; Dance 1-4; Yth Grp. 2 (Rep. 3) 69 Elena Shura Pollatsek: " Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words, and nev- William B. Pile: " Ack oop er stops at all. " Orch. 3-4; Core phpfft! " Cross Country 2; Orcli. Comm 3-4; Theater Co 2-4; Wind 2-4; Chess Cl. 2-4; Theater Co. Genevieve Rose Platt; Ski Team Ens. 2-4; Pep Band 2-4; French 2-4; WITT Radio Show 4 1-3 Exch. 2 Margaret Porter Andrew Predmore; " Only the meek get busted " , " Homework, What homework? " Outing Cl. 3,4; Swimming 1-4; Goldbug 4; German-Amer. Part. 4; Theater Co. 2-4; Yib 3,4 Dorran Prescott: If a man hasn ' t found something to die for, he isn ' t fit to live " Golf 1-4; Squash 1-4; Gymnite 1-4; " Why? I don ' t know why. " Cheryl (Squeak) Rainford: " I think I ' ll move to Australia. " Band 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-3 (Pres.); Core Comm 1-3 (Sec.); Theater Co. 2-3; Latin Cl. 2-4 (Pres. 4); Pep Band 1-4; Danger Mouse Fan Cl. 3; W. St. Comm. 2-4 Kiki Jai Raj; " The situation seemed hopeless, and he was right, it was. So we hit him over the head and fed him to the pigs ... put down that fashion mag- azine and listen to me! " Art. Rm. 1-4; Soccer 2-4; Squash 3-4; Goldbug 4; Theater Co. 2-4; The lohn Deer Sewing and Simple Handicrafts Memorial Soc. 1-4; Birdwatching; The Dada Ducks 1-4 Brian (Bry Guy) Ready: " I neither dead or forgotten. " Crosse 4; Team Extreme " m Amy Francis Redder: " A is for a- Amy who felt down the stairs. I will not follow where the path may lead, but I will go where there is no path, and I will leave a trad. " Con. Choir 1; Chorale 1 2-4; Core Comm. 1-2; Animals; Music; Oversleeping 1-4 (Pres. 4); Procrastinating 1-4; Mrs. Marker! Fan Cl.; John Deere Sewing and Simple Handicrafts Memorial Soc. Jesse Reiner: " It all looks fine to the naked eye .. . but it don ' t really happen that way at ad " Baseball 1,3-4; Core Comm. 3; ACCL Rotisserie Baseball League (Sec. Com. 3-4) Mary (Scary) Repucci: " Did you ever wake up to find a day that broke up your mind destroying your notion of circular time? It ' s just that demon life that ' s got me in Its sway " Art Rm. 1-4; Core Comm. 1-2; John Deere Sewing and Simple Handicrafts Memori- al Soc. 1-4; destined for fame 70 Anthony W. Reynolds Jr.: " Pam IS the essence of mind " Track 1- 4; Football 1,3-4; As Schools Match Wits 1; Theater Co. 1,4; Water Polo 2; F.B.L.A. 4 Paloma Robbins Paul Robinson: " To ski or not to ski, that is the real question. " Soccer 2-4; Ski Team 2-4; La- crosse 2-4 Amanda Rogers: " Where a rose is tended a thistle will not grow. " Track 2-4; Volleyball 2-4; Core Comm. 1-4; NN " 86 Ellen W. Rogers: " H you could read my mind what a tale my thoughts would tell. " Field Hock- ey 1-4; Track 3; Core Comm. 1- 4; Tri-S 4; NN ' 86; Amherst Pride 1-4 David Rohde: Football 1-4 Jose Edguardo Rosa: " Well get along as soon as you realize I ' m God. Puerto Rico is 1. " Inti. Students 2-4; Sailing; Scuba div- ing; Horseriding; BMX; Youth Basketball; Surfing ' 88 Erika Maria Rothkegel-Ortuzar: Eustache Roundtree " Si quieres algo liberalo, si vuehie era tuyo, si no, nunca lo que. " Volleyball 1,3-4; Cheer- leader 3-4; Chorus 1; Debating 1; P.O.C.U. 3-4; Student Coun. 1; Core Comm. 1-4; Tri-S 4; Hope and Solidarity 3-4; Volleyball Capt. 4; ILAC 3,4; Cheerleading Mgr. 4; Tap Dance 1; Debate Cl. 1 James Rowell: " Always look on Matthew J. Rowell: Golf 2; Wif- Osula Evadne Rushing: " To h - the bright side of life! " Flower Deball 1-4 with them, if they can ' t take a Delivery loke. " Track 1: P.O.C.U. 1-4: Goldbug 4: Core Comm. 4; Hope Solidarity 2-4; PM in the Snow 3-4; ER Running Cl.; Ferris Bueller 3-4 71 Christina M. Russell: " Friendship IS a word the very sight of which makes the heart warm. " Base- ball Mgr. 3-4; Skiing 3-4; Track Kurt Salloux; Soccer 3-4; Tennis 1-2; Volleyball 1-4 (Co. Cap ' t.); Antony Ryan: " Per aspera, od 1-4 (Cap ' t.); Graphic, Sports Emily Sarat: " r? e s ( y because Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Tri- astro " h Schools Match Wits 3- Ed. 3-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4; Core they take themselves lightly . . . S 4; Prom Comm. 4 4; Chess Cl. 3 (Cap ' t.) Comm. 1-4; Yth. Grp. 1-4 Gabe Saizman and also it ' s a whatchamacallit " Jacqueline Savinon Sam Scott: " Celibacy is not he- Christopher Scriver Katherine Searle Chris Shadoian: ' Well I’d still reditary. " Art Rm. 4; Band 1-3; don ' t know what MX stands for. " Cheerleader 3-4; Outing Cl. 2-4; Swimming 3-4; Band 1-3; Core Theater Co. 2-4; SRAF 3-4; So- Comm. 3; Wind Ensem. 4 cial Heretic 1-4 Meryl Sargent Dja-maa Vertelle Shepp: ' 7 would prefer to live quietly in silks " Cross Country 1; Swim- ming 1; Track 1-2; Band 1-4; Orch. 4 72 Janine Sicks: " All you live, and how high you Uy. smiles you give, and tears you cry, all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. " Field Hockey 1-4 Maya Slobin: " For the red blood reigns in the winter’s pale " Art Rm. 1-4; Con. Choir 3; Goldbug 4; Core Com. 1-3; Theater Co. 2- 4; The John Deere Sewing and Simple Handicrafts Memorial Soc. 1-4; The Coven Bobby Smith Krista M. Smith: " No matter what you achieve, as long as you want it and it makes you happy, your are a success. " Field Hock- ey 3; Track 2; B.T.G. Cl. 2-4; French E»ch. 4; " OK C I ' ll admit it you do like wheat bread! " Mark A. Smith: " Mark, life will get better after High School! " Con. Choir 2; Chorale 3-4; Orch. 1-4; Ham Radio 3-4; Brooklyn Cycling Cl. 4; Cycling Team 4; SCCA and IMSA Auto Racing 2; Amer. Police Pistol and Rifle Ass ' n. 3 Rick Smith: " Get it right the first time and you ' ll never be sorry abottt your past " Basketball 1- 4; Football 1-2; P.O.C.U. 1-4 (V.P. 3); Student Coun. 3-4 (Pres.); Student School Comm. 3 (Chair.); Core Comm. 2-4; A.B.C. 2-4; F.B.L.A. 2-3; N.N. ■86; Dy-NASTY ' 88 Stephen M. Smith: " Success is a journey, not a destination. " Bas- ketball 2-4; Lacrosse 2; Soccer 1-4; Tennis 1; Band 1; French Cl. 1-2; Goldbug 3-4; Core Comm. 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Digger; Hub; Dy-NAS- TY ' 88 Stephan F. Snyder: " C.D. I ' ve given my life to a rainbow like you! " So Da Som Kathryn Spergel: " Rivers belong where they can ramble. Eagles belong where the can fly. I ' ve got to be where my spirit can run tree ■ got to find my corner of the sky. " Jacob Y. Spratlan: " Learning and knowing how to express oneself IS the basis for self-esteem. One who does not respect himself cannot and should not expec t others to respect him. And if a person is not accepted, or doesn ' t sense that he ' s appreci a ted, he ' ll grow to be isolated and alone, and unaware of his potential abilities m life. " Michele St. Mary: ' A fnend is someone whom we can always count on to count on us. " Field Hockey 1-4; Band 1-3; Core Comm. 4; Tri-S 4; Amherst Pride 1-4; The Beach Crew; Legion Summer ' 87; White Rabbit " 87, ' 88 7J Scott Stathis Alet Stewart: Cross Country 3-4; Swimming 6.X. 2-4; Track 1-4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4; German- American part 1-3; Water Polo 2-4; Sculpture and Ceramics 1-4 Adam (Grab ' Em) Stoffolano: " The answer to everyone ' s ques- tion IS usually ashed from with- in. " Tennis 3-4; Core Comm. 4; Student Coun. 4; Goldbug Bus. Ed. Staff 3-4; Snowboarding 4; The Tub Cl. (Chairman) 3-4; Hol- lywood 10 Timothy Story: " If you had just a minute to breathe, and they gave you one last wish, would you ash for something hhe another chance? " Baseball 1-4; Last Ride 3-4; Coin Op. 3 Julia Sullivan: " In time, what will become of me - while I looh around at my possibilities " Art Rm. 4; Chorus 2-3; Goldbug 3-4; Core Comm. 3-4; Peer Ed. 3; Dance 1-3 Kimberly A. Sullivan: Tve wait- ed for this moment for so tong, now I can ' t believe its over. " Peer Ed. 3-4; Core Comm. 2-4; A.C.D.S. 3-4 Kristin Sullivan: " 4s the inhas- tening tide doth roll home from the deep, along the whole wide shining strand, and floods the caves. - your love comes filling with happy waves the open sea shore of my soul " J.V. Vol- leyball: V. Softball: V. Diving: Peer Ed.; Student Yth. E«ch. Hannah Mary Sunderland: " Dreams . . Martin Luther King had a dream. What happened to his dream Now I have a dream, what will happen to my dream’ " Cheerleader 1-2; Chorus 1-4; Int ' l Students 1; F.B.L.A. 3-4 Michael M. Swift: " Ignorance Katherine Taylor doesn ' t kill you, but it makes you sweat alot " Nat. Hon. Soc. 2-4; Outing Cl. 3-4; Russian Cl. 2-4; Computer System Management 3-4; Sci-Fi Cl. 1; Young Friends 1-4 Scott Taylor Anthony Terrizzi 74 Luke A. Thelen: “Dear Dave, I remed my hot-plate today, I think I ' ll take a nap. " Goldbug 4; Student Coun. 4; Core Comm. 2- 4; Late Night 2-4; Indestructible Hair Cl. 2-4 William Thomas Jasmin Timmins: “A mid pa- tience has taken me this far. " Art Rm. 1-4; iammin in the Chicken Coop on the Vineyard Anita Ting Jason Todd; " Thank you D.S.O. and A h A. " 2-3; Band 1- 2; Outing Cl. 3; Water Polo 2; Bushmen (Found-Feather 3-4); Spaz Crew 3-4; T.E.A.M. 4; Low Budget Productions 3-4 Jason Wilkinson Torla: “Lite is a rose with its beauty and Ira- grance, but a rose, it has thorns and must be accepted " Track 1; Outing Cl. 3 (Pres.); S.T.O.P. 3; Core Comm. 1-3 (Treas.); Lead- ership Training 3; S.T.O.P. Lead- ership Conference 3 Rosa Maria Tosky J. Linh Tran; “Sometimes I won- Adam Turner der about God ' s great stage. We play the roles so well, but who are we playing for, and when will it end? We do the same scenes over and over again, and we still make the same mistakes. We play our roles no matter who it hurts, not even it it s us. " Cheer- leader 1; Chorus 1 4; Int ' l Students 1-4 (Pres. 1,3,4); So- cial Concerns 1-4 Amy M. Upton; " Is it progress if Suzanne R. Van Blerkom; " A long Kendall Vanhoutte a cannibal uses a knile and time passed. The Walrus dug, the fork? " snow fell, and the puffm looked out to sea. ' Band 1; French Cl. 3-4; Outing Cl. 4; Theater Co. 3; Bike Cl. 1; Yearbook 1 75 Karen L. Van Treese: " Up. down, turn around Please don ' t let me hit the ground. Tonight I think I ' ll walk alone. I ' ll find my soul as I go home. " Hilary Vaujhn Michael Villeneuve Tina Walen; " When there is no peril in the light, there is no glory in the triumph " Field Hockey 1- 4; Basketball 1-2; German- American Part 1; Yth. Grp. 1,2,4 Susan H. Wall: " Anon, to sudden silence won, m fancy they pursue the dream-child moving through a land of wonders old and new, in friendly chat with bird or beast and half believe it true. " Robert Warner: " You don ' t al- ways have to be ahead if you have the heart to come from behind. " Football 2,4 Alina Wattenberj: " Everyone m the world has a subconscious de sire to be in the middle of a pasta restaurant " Wind Ensem- ble 1-4; Orch. 2-4; German- Amer. Part. 2-4 Brenda Lee Weaver: The Lord replied, ' My son, my precious child. I love you and I would never leave you. During your times of trial and suffering, when you see only one set of foot- prints, it was then that I carried you. ' Hang in there Beaker If I can do it you can! I ' ll miss you. and our Bud calling us. I love you! " Cynthia A. Weaver: " and the tree was happy but not really " Volleyball 3-4; Con. Choir 1; Chorale 2-4; Core Comm. 4; Div- ing 1-4 (Capt. 3,4); Immanuel Yth. Grp. 1-4 Meagan Weaver: " you must therefore love me, myself and not my circumstances d we are to be real friends " Sandra Webb: " Come to me m my dreams, and then by day shall be well again, for then the night will more than pay the hopeless longing of the day " French Cl. 4; French Exch. 4 Ed Westhead: " We ' re going to do it . . live life for today, but plan for the future, but never stop car mg . . . His heart grew three sizes that day. " Bicycle Road Racing 1-4; Amer-Germ. Exch. 4; Outing Cl. 4; Theater Co. 4 76 Anthony Morrow Williams: " Ease up " T.B.C.; E.H. Tony Forrest R. Wilson Jessica Wohl-Ludman: " Mten- tion, K-Mart shoppers . , " Vol- leyball 2-4; Band 1-2; Core Comm. 4; Tri-S 4; Legion Sum- mer ’87 Beth Wohlleb: " Standing on my elbow, with my finger in my ear, biting on a dandelion, and hum- ming kind of queer while I watched a yellow caterpillar creeping up my wrist, I leaned on a tree, and I said to me. " Why am I doing this? " Art Rm. 4; Core Comm. 1-4; Peer Ed. 3-4; Photography; Textiles; Broken English Sara Wohlleb: " Teddy said it was a hat so I put it on. Now Dad is saying, ' Where the heck s the toi- let plunger gone? ' " Eleanor Woolf: " There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. " Outing Cl. 3-4; S.T.O.P. 3; Theater Co. 1-4; Rus- sian Cl. 2-4 (Sec.) Matthew Wright: " It ' s not an In- strument: it ' s a way of life. " Band 1-3; Debating 1-2; Nat. Hon. Society 3; Spanish Part. 2; Theater Co. 2-3; Latin Cl. 2-3 Nancy Katherine Wyse; " Tve lost and I’ve gamed and while I was thinking ■ you cut off my hands when f wanted to twist. " Core Comm. 1,4; Horseback riding 1- 4; Latin Cl. 4; Unitarian Yth. Grp. 4; Cartoons Progressive Music 2-4 Natasha Yakolev: “Let us stop pretending ashes to dust and so we must he where the water is deepest. " Art Rm. 1-4; Russial Cl. 4; The John Deere Sewing and Simple Handicrafts Memori- al Soc. 1-4; Peer Ed. Stacy D ' Ann Youngblood: " Keep- ing the goat in mind more than the possibilities of the dange rs involved leads to persona! growth and maturity: the oddys- sey of life af it ' s richest " Cheer- leader 3 (Co. Cap ' t.); Goldbug 4; Core Comm. 3-4; Tri-S 4; I.L.A.C. 4; S.A.D.D. 4; The Mexi- can Drink 3-4 Rachel Yudin: " dreamed f was sleeping m Solla Sollew on the banks of a beautiful river Wah- Hoo where they never have trou- bles. At least very few. " Theatre Co. 3-4; A.B.T. Co. 1-4 Christopher Zerby; " . . . so f rolled my pants up high and fine, finished my cigaretfe, watched the gutter water spin, and I haven ' t been back there yet " Baseball 4; Last Ride 3-4; Coin- op 3; Chandeliers; Party Jam- mers 77 SENIORS MLY SCHOOL DAY MEMORIES As we reach out our hand The diploma we grasp, While we think of the memories Of the years in the past. Tears fill our eyes Because it’s all gone, We’re starting a new life. We have to move on. We hope friends will keep in touch As the years pass us by. Although it hurts inside We’ll try not to cry. We think of kindergarten And our first day. Now we’ve reached the end We are going away. How do you say good-by To friends who mean so much? Will there be time To sincerely keep in touch? You’ll always have the memories Of your school years from day one. Don’t think of school as ending- Think a new life has begun. J.L.T. A ISM lixm .1 GIFT OF 7§ - i ii r " itT 7 f hl j :a,A!i?Si?S428 J 5 . 23,1 8,124 Football: 1st r: D. Morris, V. Bias, J. Jones, P. Niedzielski 2nd r: M. Burke, C. Doyle, R. Merino, G. Curtis, B. Warner, M. Brown, D. Moran, R. Zucco 3rd r: B. Kosloski, G. Westbrooks, A. Smith. T. Sutliff, G. Perez, B. Brooks, C. Theriault, B. Torpey, C. Carew, D. Brock 4th r: B. Rodriguez, W. Reed, B. Cavanaugh, L. Owstrawski, D. Hardkaer, A. Harris, E. Palazolo, S. Telega, A. Sims, J. Hill, P. Wiley, R. Hochrein, E. Jacque 5th r: J. Slade, A. Gladu, A. Yanaian, L. Jackson, M. Rosa, J. Heffley Not many people would consider a .500 season successful or ever respectable. Then again, not many people would have the courage to play on a team that in all seriousness has been quite lame lately However, thanks to all the people who returned from last year, anc quite a few promising Sophomores, we were able to do better thar any football team has done here since ' 80. Due in large part to great games from our Senior backfield: Jeff Jones, Pete Niedzielski, anc Vin Bias, we were able to destroy the 1st 3 teams we met. Even though Greenfeild rocked our world we hung on to devastate Hamp and Chicopee and ended our season 5 and 5. The other 5 returning Seniors all did their part as well. Jason Mully had the best year of his career at center and defensive tackle. Kamal Harris had a great season at split end. Greg Curtis and Rick Merino did a great job at defensive back and I again played tight end and defensive end. With Randy Zucco and Chris (Mad Dog) Doyle returning on the offensive line and Gam Perez at running back, the ' Canes look good for next ' season. Best of luck from the Seniors. ■Dan Morns Boys ' V. Volleyball: 1st r: Coach R. Chapman, I. Kikumitzu, E. O’Neil, E. Gauger, Coach G. Webb; 2nd r: J. Doran, K. Kuon, S. Som, D. Nguyen, L. Housner Girls ' V. Volleyball: 1st r: S. Gleason, Co-Cap ' t. C. Plaza, Co-Cap’t. T. Russell, A. Rogers; Girls ' J. V. Volleyball: 1st R: E. Dupre, Cap ' t. E. Rothkegel, J. Encarnacco; 2nd r; 2nd r: J. Wohl-Ludman, C. Weaver, J. Peelle, K. Jones, A. Ryan, 3rd r: Coach Temkin, R. A. Field, M. Rivera, M. MacDonald, B. Penniman; 3rd r: S. Abbott, M. Carrion, A. ' Matsui, K. Kelly, A. Ortiz Decheke, Mgr. A. Ortiz This year’s Girls’ Volleyball season was far superior to the past. We had a new Coach, Alex Tombin, who taught us to play well and enjoy the game. Our record improved to 13 - 6 overall. We made it to W. Mass, the first time since a boys’ team was started three years ago. We ended up placing 3rd in the W. Mass. Tournament. We’ll always have many memories from this season . . . “What are you trying to say?” . . . SPRAWL . . . The Outfield . . . putana . . . “We still look better than they do” . . . Choke . . . George Michael . . . playing in the mud . . . S.A.T. says . . . Dirty Dancing . . , “No Sleeping” . . . 714-3?!? and 1 -2-3 AMHERST RAH! - A. Rogers The Boys’ Cross Country Team enjoyed another fine year, going 6-2 for 3rd place in the Valley League. Our season included a 5th place finish at Catholic Memorial Invitational, several fine individual performances, and 5th place at W. Mass. As our Seniors move on, we wish those staying behind the best of luck in years to come. -Ian Johnson Boys Cross Country: 1st r: P. Holden. A. Stewart, I. Johnston, R. Cope, M. Coles, B. Searcy 2nd r: T. Rhodes, W. Hosmer, E. Stewart, S. Searcy. J. Souza, Q. Shuldiner, A. Carpenter 3rd r: Coach R. Crowley, P. Cobbs, E. Wells, C. Stewart, A. Johnston, W. Dickinson 82 Cross Country • the sport of running distance in any temperature - is generally not very well known. This year, however, we have been given a lot more support from the various other teams. With a lot of hard work, pain, and yes, even talent, both the Girls ' and Boys ' teams have done well this season. It is a sport which draws its strength from the younger members, of which there is always an abundance, so we expect and hope for an even better season next year. Girls’ Cross Country: Bennett, D Hansen, R. Geman, S. Gulliver, M. Osborne, M. Orlen, S, Volkman 8J Girls ' V. Soccer: 1st r: K. O ' Donnell, D. Gettier, J. Palaia, H. Kent, K. Howes, T. Trembley; 2nd r: H. Mroz, K. Ra|, L, Willis, F. Bonsignore, S. Johnson, K. Suizner, S. Dauber; 3rd r; M. Aldrich, A. Johnson, C. Vogt, E. Johnson, K. Mireault, E. Carpino, K. Howard, J. Chouimard, Coach J. Adams With 4 returning varsity players, and virtually a brand new team, the Girls ' Soccer Team ended its season with a 4-10-1 record. Even though there wasn ' t much improvement in our record from past years, we worked very hard and put our maximum effort into every game. We certainly have many memories from our season including Daina ' s off-sides, Jen ' s “know-how " and I don ' t think the team will ever forget hearing those words " Down Field!!! " And of course, there was never a bus ride that wasn ' t fully stocked with enough food from Kelly to feed our entire team plus the opponents. We wish the best of luck to the underclassmen in the years to come. - Jenny, Daina, Holly Girls J.V. Soccer: 1st r: B. Sepanek, E. Coles, E. Minks, S. Kruger-Thompson, R. Bernstein, G. Biagi; 2nd r: S. Encarnacco, T. Friend, J. Gorman, J, Pariseau, S. Gustafson, V. Tiersky, K. Reilly; 3rd r: T. Hatch, D. Monsein, G. McAllister, G. Rivard, C. Hayard, J, Axelson, B. Fuller, B. La Mountain, S. Faulkingham, A. Kellogg, L. Hines, C. Moyer, Coach G. Saulsberry 1 From the start of the dreaded double sessions, the Soccer Team knew it was going to be a tough year. They started off slow, but improved as the season went along. They played tough games against such powers as Ludlow, Westfield and Chicopee, but came up on the losing side. The highlight of the year was the home victory over Central, plus lies against Longmeadow and Holyoke. It was a season of frustration, but throughout it all we remained in good spirits. People had fun during scrimages in practice, even through the cold days of late October. The team will lose close to 10 Seniors, who all played important roles this year, but the future still looks good. The J.V. team had an encouraging season, and the returning varsity members are experienced and skilled, plus the Sopho- more class is especially strong. So the team will be back again next year, missing this year ' s Seniors, but hoping to win a few more games. Boys ' V. Soccer: 1st r: P. Graves, P. Mason, D. Hafner, P. Robinson, A. Laos; 2nd r: B. Salloux, S. Hang, V. Som, T. Loesher, A. Hersh, A. Shumway, N. Weigl, M. Manning; 3rd r: Coach T. Gralinski, S. Hilborn, C. Chhoun, N. Nguyen, E. Mayer, S. Smith, K. Salloux, S. Aldrich, M. Lopez, M. Ewald J.V. Soccer: 1st r: P. Hurlbut, Co-Cap ' t. H. Gehibach, Co-Cap ' t. J. Kellogg, Co-Cap’t. S. Krojoch, J. Delmanzo: 2nd r: C. Necochea, B. Beakes, S. Haydar, G. Bodhi, A. Patterson, D. hatch, R. Ruon, L. Cooper, A. Knightly, 3rd r: J. Patterson, I. Woglom, F. Cruz, S. Manning, K. Tuzman, J. Bray, D. Williams, D. Pope, Coach Hasbrooks Gymnastics: A. Wade, A. Orlen, K. Kroodsma, J. Gourley, A. May, D. May, M. Spokus, A. Palaia, J. Emery The Amherst Gymnastics Team kept up its winning tradition this year with a record of 14 - 0. For the second year in a row we took the first place title at the W. Mass. Division ‘A’ Championships, and are looking forward to another undefeated season next year. Thanks to Maura and Nancy for the memorable “work-outs " and meets! Dirty Dancing . . Pretty funny! zzzzt , . , . " Amherst bar team best in the league " . gum- pile, tapeball, Gina-bear, resistor rings . . . popsicle chal- lenge . . Bent arm blind judge . . Amy - team out- doorswoman . Happy Birthday Winnie! . . Niffer, Angel, Ape-smell . . . Sliiick . . Hey Amherst . . . Ciga- rette Ashes, Cigarette Bitts ... Be boppin’ be boppin’ Cathedral’s Mint? Green with envy! ... The REAL Amherst Pride . . and let it roll . . . The transition from co-ed to an all girl Cheerleader squad has been a tough one. Our hardwork has paid off as we took second place in the Div. Ill state competition and competed well in Regionals. We congratulate the football team on their outstanding season. Together we ' ve made Amherst High a more spirited place to be. Blow you away . . . slow motion . . . back, back . . baidjudges . . whopper with cheese . . night games . . . Northampton! ... The Football Rap . . ‘‘Don ' t talk about those things Cheerleaders: 1st r; L. Brown. B, Barnhart, S. Youngblood. D. Campbell 2nd r: M. Zumbruski, K. Phillips. B. Vanbuskirk, K. Hann, G. LaTour, B Maclean 3rd r: K. McKnight (Adv.), E. Cumps, J. Aldrich, L. Weil Basketball Cheerleaders: 1st r: S. Youngblood, B. Barnhart: 2nd r: K. Howes, E. Cumps, D Campbell, B. Vanbuskirk, K. Hann; 3rd r: J. Emery. M Zumbruski, L Brown, B. Maclean, G. LaTour. K McKnight (Adv.) Amherst Pride Lives The Field Hockey Team felt great accomplishment in reaching a Final 10-2-2 record. Being victorious didn ' t mean we had to win, it meant we went beyond an expected outcome and gained more than we hoped for. Having a unique sense of unity created a build-up in our pride - pride in ourselves, in our town, and in our school. This pride, when put together with spirit and desire, created a force which was difficult to stop. Some things we ' ll never forget links; to be or not to be? . “Lewis” . . Barney ' s dead burning flame . hand signals yet to see a . knees anyone . . . L.J. and the mud T-shirts for Boosterday twenty little hodgekins running around . . Karen! Where ' d she come from? A sit down dinner for 20 . . . Anyone got a sock I can borrow?? . . . Field Hockey in the snow . Ms. Keyes and her animal crackers so many sticks in the mouth . lame . . neg Indian runs . . the National Anthem Our Way, and who could forget 30 minute runs??? Perhaps it was on a foggy Frontier day when all the odds were against us that we really needed that second chance to finish first. “Succeeding alone means we have survived, succeeding with others means we have truly lived.” Such is the essence of Amherst Pride. 88 Girl’s Swimming: 1st r: K. Bohn, C. Weaver, A. Wilbur. 2nd r: K. Jones, K. Hodges, R. Kilgallen, S. Gulliver, C. Fox, L. Kroodsma, C. Page, K. O ' Donnell, E. Dupre ' , A. Koss, A. Hersh, J. Shadoian, 3rd r: L. Gallant, A. Sherman, S. Gordon, C. Hazard, S. Zimmerman, A Klekowski, J. Smith. 4th r: P. Sullivan, L I Gayer, N. Maltese. Boys ' Swimming: 1st r: E. Wells, A. Alschuler, J. Hankinson. 2nd r: A. Osborne, K. Purcell. A Laos, T Chapin. C, Shadoian, D. Ortiz, J. Loeb, J. Parkin, E, Freeman, D Laos. 3rd r: G. Saizman, B Geman, A, Hankowski, M Hankowski, C. Stewart. E. Stewart. I. Johnson. 4th r: B Silver The Boys ' Swimming Team finished 2nd in the B-Division of the W. Mass Swimming League. (6-6-1). A school record was set by Aaron Osborne in the 50 yd. freestyle. (22.44 sec.) The Girls’ Swimming Team won the B-Division swimming championship for the 4th consecutive time! (12-1) We finished 3rd at the W. Mass swimming and diving championship tournament. Wrestling: 1st r M Guidera. J Golden. J, Perkins. N, Rosen. J. Guidera; 2nd r: M. Brown. P. Cobbs. D. Young. T O ' Brien. D Wintsch: 3rd r: Coach C. Collins, A Jemison, G, Curtis, S. Walen, G. Westbrooks The Wrestling Team ' s season record was 7-81. In the W, Mass Div. I. tournament, this year ' s team wrestled very well. Five of this year’s wrestlers went on to wrestle at the state meet in Boston, including Tri-Captains; J. Perkins, A. Jemison, and M. Guidera. t y. Hockey: 1st r: C. Fournier, C. Bigos, K. Campbell, J Angus, B. Macintosh, P Kunkle, W Kohler; 2nd r: Coach B. Bray, A. Hersh, S. Pascoe, T. Danielson, B. Patterson, 0. Hanscom, D. Bloodsworth, Ass ' t Coach C. Campbell Although the Hockey Team seemed to be off to a rocky start, we have performed quite well. Through a series of line changes we achieved impor- tant wins over So. Hadley, (knock on wood), and E. Longmeadow, who was never quite the same after we got through with them. Despite embarassing losses to (cough) Greenfield and (cough) Chicopee we remain at the top in our bid for 1st place and we expect to do well in W. Mass. For the first time in several years we dumped Putnam; revenge is definitely sweet. We expect that next year ' s team will carry on the “wedgie " tradition, but we know that without Billy ripping Bloodsworth’s underwear, we will never be quite the same. Make sure you don’t wear boxers, boys! We ' ll miss our Seniors: Captains Kevin Campbell, and Billy McIntosh; Asst. Captains Peter Kunkel and Chris Bigos; our team musician Chris " Fourns " Fournier; our favorite Italian goalie Jason Angus; Tom Danielson who secretly moonlights as a figure skater and Chris Mireault, leading the stitches crew which proudly overtook Amherst College. We had many deep conversations during post-game show- ers. We debated whether eczema is a disease, whether a woman could rape a man, and the ever popular “could a train stop if it saw a cow on the tracks??” We thank the Amherst Hockey Association for their contributions, our dedicated fans, and Adam " Hershey Bar " Hersh for his efforts, whether on the ice or serving Bigos misconducts in the box. J.y. Hockey: 1st r A Patterson, R McAllister. H Santiago, 2nd r: Coach D Whittemore, J. Delmanzo. J Bray. D Katch, S Kamanskt, M McIntosh. Ass ' t Coach P Teilman, Coach E Bray: 3rd r: G Mathews. L. Flepler, M Howell, C Schewe, A, Hersh. B Haughey, C Davis O.K., well, Heh, Another Squash season. And we ' re still number one, maybe in the country. Ignore the article — it’s not that bad. You ought to play. All sorts of neat stuff. Did we really have co-ed showers? What do you think? Smell this shampoo I found and watch out for custodians. Right Biff (gruff masculine voice) ? I got my hand stuck in a racquet but that was last year. We got to know the regulars at Bondo ' s • Oh, those cinnamon things. Yeah, we get up then, yeah , we’re crazy, so? (If school’s cancelled, why are we here?) Thanks to our Coaches (no thanks to the staff at this school). Wading through raw sewage to celebrate spring. Oh yes, and that thing that flew by Noah. Some of the things we don’t talk about. Thanks to the 4 people who showed up. Now I’ve got to find a college with a squash team. ■Kiki Rai Squash: A Rehm. L. Willis. K. Ra|. S. Faulkingham. H. Godsey, D. Martinez. (Nosh was here.) Ted was too. Zee used to be but now she ' s |ust in Japan The Girls’ Basketball Team continues to carry on a tradition: A Winning Season. With a 9-2 start, we ' re hoping for another play-off berth. Our road trips brought us “You’ve lost that loving feeling” and of course, mooning on 91 (SEC). This season will be a memorable one. A 4’8” SEVENTH grader (Squirt) bailing us out with her 3 pointers; Sarah just 3 more inches and you’ve got the rim; Amy, could you get a few more rebounds, 21 isn’t enough! Coach, is breathing a foul? With Kristen out with a sprained ankle for what could be the rest of the season, we will have to rely on the young backcourt of Squirt, Lani and Ree. When the frontcourt gets in trouble, (Are Amy and Shawn in Foul Trouble again?), Amherst will look to Melissa, Julie and Kiersten to help out. The season is winding down and we hope the tradition carries on. - Shawn Chalmers Girls’ J.V. Basketball: 1st r. A. Pham, T. Friend, S. Wermuth, C. Rabin: 2nd r: J. Pariseau, M. Walker, D. Hanson, E. Coles, S. Johnson; 3rd r: Coach K. Woodbury, R. Bernstein, E. Johnson, C. Hunt Girls !. Basketball: 1st r: J. Wideman, M. Wallace, E. Johnson; 2nd r: J. Buczala, K. Mannheim, L. Shumway, K. Barrette, A. Mullins; 3rd r: J. Hines, (Mgr.), Coach R. Moyer, M. Osborne, S. Owens, S. Chalmers, R. Chesnut (Mgr.), S. Miles Heading into the last week of the Basketball season, we needed to win 1 out of our last 2 games in order to clinch the 1st tournament bert in 3 years. The season has been highlighted by several “buzzer-beating” wins against Green- field, Hamp, and Chicopee Comp. The Senior front-court of “Boogie " , Steve, “Holmes”, and Scottie have given the team good size and leaping ability. Their talent has entertained us with many “nasty” dunks during practice. The team giants were frequently fed by the “Senior trio” in the back court: “Sweet” Pete, Drew, and “Kay”. Pete Mason dazzled everyone with his impressive shooting ability, never failing to stick a “J” in someone’s eye. The backcourt was complete with the “ultimate-scrappers”. Drew and Kamal, who tagged them- selves “Scrub-Connection.” Despite serious “P.T.” problems, “Pinky”, “Brook- sie”, and “Spoke” made key plays while on the floor. The teams ' winning efforts were hurt with the loss of “Kou”, an amazing athlete and hoopster, never hesitant to “take to the air”. No matter what the outcome of the season may be, let it be known that “The sit was DOPE!!!” Boys V. Bosketball: 1st r: B- Brooks, K Hams, P, Mason, J. Austin, D. Hafner. 2nd r: Coach R. Flaherty, S. Fanslow, S, Kaplin, S. Smith E, Spokis, R. Smith Boys JV Basketball: 1st r: L. Ostrowski, C. Bower, A, Seymour, T. Loescher, M. Manning, 2nd r: S. Kaplin, M, Ewald, T. Koslaski, D. Brock, C. Abel, J. Doran, E. Gauger, Coach P. Goodhind Boys ' Ski Team: 1st r: N. Day, S. Schwartz, J. Harou, M MacConnel, K. Williams, L. Cooper, 2nd r: Coach P. Kravitz. P. Robinson, P. Niedzielski, C. May, P. Sullivan, C. Kunciw, W. Abruzzi, S. Williams, G. Hess, R. Hunt, T. Herman, J. Hess, B. Miltz. The Amherst Ski Team had a mixed season this year. The girls, as usual, came out on top-lst place in 6 division. The team is sending Tevis Hatch, Christine Vogt, Amy Palaia, Kristi and Kari Muench, (altnernates Sarah Bloodsworth and Vanessa Tiersky) to state competition. Unfortu- nately, the boys did not finish with as good results. Representing the boys at states will be Nick Weigel and Paul Robinson. Girls ' Ski Team: 1st r: B. Slobm, A. Johnson, H Mroz, D. Monson, S. Bloodsworth, M. Collura, 2nd r: Coach P, Kravitz, V. Tiersky, C. Vogt, K. Muench, A. Markert, T, Russel, K. Muench, M. Doran, D. Gettier, M, McDonald, A. Harou, T. Hatch, A. Palaia. 95 mil {j The Dean of Students job isn ' t easy. It means being in many places at the same time, dealing with disgruntled students. Let ' s join Jim hear about COMMON EXCUSES HE’S HEARD I forgot my combination. What stupid rules! The pass is here somewhere My friends forced me to do it. You treat us all like children! If I did, what would you say? 1 Why should I go to homeroom; I never hear anything anyways. I ' ve got open. The lunch lines are too long, I ' m always late. That ' s why. You think you ' re God! It ' s not my fault. Not me. People get me mixed up with another guy. What Student Handbook? How come it ' s me all the time? Why should I? 97 I see you in the hall- A distant speck that my eyes are trained to recognize. You draw closer- My heart quickens as I seek Those familiar eyes. You eyes meet mine And I long for a sign That you really do see My heart leaps with joy As you give me that look. Then slowly, ever so slowly, You smile at me. UATlOH- 99 FUTILITY FOLLOWING (An Experience of Every High School Girl) 1. Identify boy of dreams (preferably one who is unattached). 2. Spend hours figuring out his schedule. 3. Memorize what he ' s wearing each day. 4. Keep a sharp look out for his identifying clothing throughout the day. 5. Between classes, trail him from a distance though halls. 6. Walk faster to walk next to him. 7. Walk slower because he stopped to talk to a friend. 8. Walk even slower so he catches up. 9. Dart furtive, adoring glances from corner of eyes. 10. Say " hi " to him. 11. Feel stupid 12. Try to smile and look beautiful while saying something incredibly brilliant. 13. Fail to interest him. 14. Feel ignored. 15. Watch him go into his class. 16. Be late for own class; receive a detention. 17. Repeat as often as possible each period, each day, until ultimate goal is achieved, interest in boy is lost or graduation arrives. if any of these situations are familiar . . . I set off the fire alarm by making the shower too hot. I was playing frisbee, looking in the sky for it, and ran into a tree. Running down the hall, late for class, I tripped on the stairs and landed at the feet of a teacher. As I was walking in the lunchroom with my lunch, it fell onto the floor. Everyone laughed and clapped. I had an oral report. When I went to speak, nothing came out. I stood there looking blankly at my classmates. I thought I was slick because I was able to leave math for 20 or 30 minutes without getting caught and once I did that and came back. Everyone in the class was laughing because I had just missed an important quiz. Once I took the eraser from my science class and I came back a while later and they had been working on the board and needed an eraser, and I had taken the only one! I had always played on the side lines with all of the other timid girls. One day while I was playing the game of bombardment, it was up to me to make a basket and get us back into the game. I stood right next to one basket but aimed for the basket across the gym! (and of course, missed.) Lifestyles of the Silly and Sophomoric (Comedy): How the other hall lives and plays Mrs. Ryavec ' s Neighborhood (Educational): An informative look at a place where Quiet is King and Study is Queen. 102 ALPS (Comedy): Find out how you can get credit for just about anything. SV SO Here are some new TV shows that are being considered for prime time. See if your favorite is here BTV (Music): Tired of hard soft rock? Tune in to Band TV and listen to your favorites. that’s for sure! He ' s one I rough, 60 Hours (Newsmagazine): An in depth look at tactics of student survival in various classes. Love Bus (Melodrama): The affaire of heart that begin on the ride to and from school. A Ad Aov (K. vN ord •fr ' orA our ' ' f AC onsor. McNally Vice (Drama): He ' s got you, r tough enforcer! Family Lies (Comedy): recreates all the different stories that families make up to circumvent the attendance policy. St Guidancewhere (Drama): Devoted secretaries and counselors try to rescue students trapped under reams of college work applications. • ' i ' VT As Schools Match Zits (Quiz): Various local schools vie to see who has the best blemishes. Echo Hill Amherst 256-4144 F I hi E YARNS (S Amherst, MA. 01002 413-549-6106 TELEPHONE: (4 13) 253-3044 27 N . Pleasant St. Amherst, ma 01002 Judith A. Beals Kay B. Frizzle STAINED GLASS 131 King Street (Rt. SJ Northampton MA 01060 (413) 586-6387 Wflilpgper R paint store ....Your complete home decorating center. 256-6753 320 College St. ( ) Amheret (413) 253-5486 flTSHISC: MARKER! BUILDERS CONSTRUCTION ■ RENOVATIONS - REPAIRS 29 Mill Ln Amherst. 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HADLEY, MA 01035 IRES: GOODYEAR PIRELLI FIRESTONE B F GOODRICH SERVICES: FRONT END ALIGNMENTS WHEEL BALANCING SHOCKS STRUTS BRAKES Best of luck in the future from ROOSTERS 138 Sunderland Rd. 256-6888 Chopper You know you’re doing better. 175 University Drive Amherst FRANK RILEY 413-5d6-94(X) T. P B.ALLET J. 2Z IheYHiOEO IHClLSIEinc. Specialists in Home Entertainment NEW DANCE ENGLAND QUARTERS SALES RENTALS TV- VCR MOVIES APPLIANCES 374 RUSSELL STREET ROUTE 9 HADLEY, MA01035 ACROBAT 316 College Street ( Route 9) -Amherst MA 01002 Tel (413) 253-5059 AGES 3 UP Penny O ' Connell Dircetor BATON The Computer Bug, Inc Hampshire Mall Hadley, MA (413) 584-7722 Mon-Sat: 10-9 Sunday: 12-5 To the class of ' 88: Once again, “ . . . the torch is passed ...” You are our hope for the future, and we wish you all the best! Dr. Mrs. Paul Pierce Boyden Perron, Inc. 41 So. Whitney St. Amherst, MA 253-7358 256-0243 on rafiA UhonS -frofn. 253-5384 388 College St. Amherst Congratulations class of from Ingram’s Locksmith Handyman Knowles Flower Shop daily local delivery specializing in corsages elegant arrangements Best Wishes to the class of ' 88 from Sandy John Wentworth at 253-3805 Cumberland Farms 385 College St. Soft Drinks • Health products ciciini mcirl Shoes Clothes for women in downtown Amherst Rte 9. Echo Hill Amherst 253-2637 movie rentals • muchies THE BANK THAT REALLY WORKS FOR YOU! NORTHAMPTON Congratulations: BANK 19 NORTH PLEASANT STREET AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS 01002 (413) 253-3466 67 KING STREET NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS 01060 (413)584-4474 « sfxc 3 SB - ' esss ' ' : S: ?e: ■ -3 ' We can ' t believe it either! • Mcml er FUlC • Town Line Balt I Tackle Shoe ROUTE 47 RIVER DRIVE q HADLEY, MA 01035 q HADLEY SUNDERLAND TOWN-LINE o o TACKLE LIVE BAIT AMMUNITION GUN CLEANING EQUIPMENT MASS. LICENSES BLACK POWDER - ACCES HARVEY MOORE, Owner CALL 413-549-5214 Best wishes class of ' 88 Best Wishes Lawrence S Pniner ( ' harmagne S Pruner 413-256-1508 199 No Pleasant St •Amherst, MA 01002 VALLEY BOOKS Used Discount New Books PRIV.LTF. LIBR.ARIES. RENLAINDERS AND OUT-OF-PRINT BOOKS ALWAYS PURCHASED Best of luck to all! Hair by Harlow Amherst B S GLASS 754 Main St Amherst 253-9574 Congratulations Class of ' 88 from all at REDDY’S Restaurant 314 College St. •S 109 Amherst Farmers Supply Inc. BUILDING MATERIALS plus Farm, Home, Garden Pet Supplies South Pleasant Street — Rte 116 at Newmarket Square Amherst Best Wishes DISTINCTIVE HAIR STYLES To the Class of 1988, and especially to Lauren Johnson, Janine Sicks and Jenny Palaia, who have been “part of the family” at College Drug, your local family owned pharmacy, serving Amherst families since 1910. OLLEGE i D UG 4 Main St., Amherst 253-2523 no Throughout your High School years, make AJ. Hastings your headquarters for School Supplies! first began serving Amherst’s transportation needs. But it still eomes down to the same thing — Local Ownership. KLnowledgeable, helpful salespeople. And service you can rely on after the sale. Count on us for everything from your first freshman nofebook to your final paper . . . plus all those years of pens, pencils, paper clips, typewriter ribbons, etc. in-between! A J»Hastings. Inc. Newsdealer and Stationer " Conveniently located in the center of Amherst " 45 South Pleasant Street See Chevy’s great line-up of cars and trucks at Amherst’s Chevrolet deciler. IGF ' S Chcvrolc t ” °°°° Dickinson St., Amlicrst 253-3444 Between Rte. 0 and Main St. OPEN: Weekdays 5 a m. to 9 p.m., Sundays, 5 a m to 1 p.m. Enjoy our food! Rte. 116 Bay Rd., South Anifierst, MA Open Every Day 8-6 Donuts Deli - Produce Home 253 9258 Grown Fruits Best Wishes ’88 KAY JEWELERS And BEAUTIFUL DIAMONDS Just Naturally Go Together We ' ve been called The Diamond People for years. Why? Because Kay Jewelers and dia- monds just naturally go together. No other jeweler will guar- antee the mounting for life, and replace it free. And, guar- antee the trade-in value of your diamond to increase at least fifty percent in ten years. And, take back any diamond you buy up to three months after you buy. Not only do we offer you beautiful diamonds at beau- tiful prices. We offer extra as- surances to help you make this important purchase with peace of mind. Being a diamond merchant is serious business, and we ' ve taken it seriously for over 60 years. This dedication to quality service has earned us a repu- tation as " The Diamond People " that we, and our customers, prize. KAY I E W E L E R S Congratulations to the Class of ’88 Good Luck in the future 1185 No. Pleasant St. N. Amherst G ifts Great Earrings Chinese Shoes Sweaters i nm ttTTTT Area Rugs 20 to 50 Off selected Earrings EKCBNTILE Horthampton-18 Center St. Amherst-Carriage Shops Sun 12-5 Daily 10-6 N ' hamp.Niahts Th.-Fri.9 P M. j(o-Aiiirs NOT HOUSE . Congratulations Class of Hampshire Mall Hadley 112 Country Heating Inc. “friendly, old time “country” service” Residential • Commercial BUDGET PAYMENT PLANS AUTOMATIC DELIVERY CASH DISCOUNT PRICES HEATING SYSTEMS INSTALLED SERVICED 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE 586-2624 206 RUSSELL ST, HADLEY L 259-8923 103 N. Pleasant Street, Amherst 259-8924 Best Wishes Class of “88” Stop in for a delicious fried dough or calzone cheese • pepperoni veggie • sausage steak n’ cheese Downtown Amherst (behind CVS) College isn ' tjust jeans. It ' s the suits and sport coats you’ll need for special evenings and occasions. Jonathan Reid also carries a full line of sportswear. And for your formal needs, we rent tuxedos with fittings by professional staff. Hampshire Mall nj I Kamel Hassell ' S FURNITURE BARN (D Quorter ) 660 West St (Rt, 116 South) Amherst, MA 01002 413-256-6184 ■j A Rte. 9 Hadley ns ALDRICH Auto Supply The GAS LITE 383 Main St. Amherst 11 a.m. - 2 a.m. Breakfast and Lunch Congratulations Class of ’88 36 Main St. EL GRECO PIZZA Regular and Whole Wheat Pizza AMHERST TIRE CENTER 292 COLLEGE STREET AMHERST, MA 01002 PAT JASMIN ED BRZYCKI (413) 256-8365 116 ' utnaZi Hampshire Mall Hadley 586-8222 A.R.H.S come and eat at our place! BELL’S PIZZA University Dr. 549-1311 Best Wishes 2.53-_p 3 3‘=] MIAZGA Contractors 1082 Federal St. Belchertown 253-4171 FLOORS BY SUMMERLIN, INC. ' carpet • LINOLEUM ‘ CERAMIC TILE 322 COLLEGE STREET AM HERST. MA 01002 (413) 253-3946 LAIRD SUMMERLIN Owner 1 1 I 1 e O o d L u c k ■F r o rn y o o r F 1 O O r c o e r i n la 5 P c. c. 1 a 1 1 3 1- 1 1 i’ 1 • Hea th • • Workman ' s comp. KSK INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. PO. Box 671 (413) 527-7859 203 Northampton Street (413) 527-7891 Easthampton, Ma 01027-0671 (413) 527-7893 PAUL A. NOWAK Office Underwriting Manager CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1988! HERITAGE •MS BANK. 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' M3 leason, the 4a werw repre- meet of whom urmtt rralera. plu an addi fth the leafue e 336 playera 4 draft, at Rent ronkJea ter wUh the Laa made a ia to Join the .. to last leOMm. ..wiv There are three euentlal Ingredt ' ‘•• ' llcailona had been apprxzved. enta In the Ucklnji teama, laya “On a weekly baala. I might a«n quale — the plan, the talent, thelectv out lOor 30appllcatloru.“aheaald the nlqiie. lie I a finicky coach who other day from WaahJngton. " It haa » v special teams play been )uat unbelievable. We did not an rigk tlclpate such a reaporue, and the list Jurys The enthusla data are poor, bunch of guys I «5 frtendl Ibeyl been lengihenlir because wa ' i " ' lands.” Until this s v longest In i . er. But he bt] 52 In the against the! agalrut the goals set ape points equalled J missing his fir; Serving the community since 1969 ! Amherst Bulletin bool goals arel M Ij last seaw There are enis In the k quale — the 4 nlqtse. He I keeps book. Rctamer| We tell our as the “trig, been Dobby leader wUh average. He h P7 yards for a turned lwooth ; Just tike every! yards and Is sf In kickoff rejf pens to boed 15. third Irf But llkef Is worried I The s dais are po1 bunch of fUR practice. don ' t go to 1 going to play u making a rnists (00 tired to d And they describee Ms return-men as the •■trigger. " For kJckolls H has been Judged whether Ifslhe league- leader with an estraordlrufv 36.6 average. He has run one kJckOif back 97 yards for a touchdown, and m irned iwoyharv for 46 r ' ' When an agent applies for certinca ' wai| Hon, he er she la aenl a queetlorviaire In that resembles a Job application. Itljj asks about the applicant ' s person and professional MCkgrouod. wN el may represent. It si Y E S T E R D A Y T O DAY 31 s. pleasant sf., amhersf 253-3986 THE RENTAL PLACE WHEN YOU NEED IT, WE’RE READY! Route 9 cli-nent Next to Rocky ' s Home Center — 301 Russell St. 584-9992 ■ I HOURS: Mon-Sat 8:Q0 ann-5:00 pm. Hadley. MA 01035 Congratulations and best wishes for the future to Amy and the rest of the graduating class of 1988 HOUSE of WALSH 32 Main $1. Jeffrey Crouse 24 High Point Drive Amherst 253-7316 Interior Exterior Painting Wallpapering 3 ti , .Vm w. CfO€? ?56MMi [ oud %n 9c 9cfr f e , L 9a C 373 9c , Ja 9n 665 76M6 Congratulations Class of ’88 EAST AMHERST TEXACO 35 Belchertown Rd. John Joe Doug Mike Robert Shaun 256-0253 256-0254 Congratulations to the Class of ’88 From the Valley ' s Computer Resource Center lmLID4TA:J 259 Triangle St, • Amherst • 549-1017 Congratulations To The Class Of 1988 Amherst Regional High School From Your Friends AT . . . k III I 125 Sunderland Road North Amherst, Massachusetts 01059 413-549-0001 y 200 Triangle Street Amherst 549-3700 152 N. Main Street Belchertown 323-9236 28 Elm Street South Deerfield 665-7621 21 Mohawk Trail Greenfield 774-7432 im ■ realtor- MLS. 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Sunday Brunch 11:00-3:00 Informal Dress Lunch 1 1:30-5:00 Dinner 5:00 -9:30 Open 7 Days a Week Homemade Soups Fresh Salads Hearty Sandwiches Charcoal Burgers Steaks Fresh Seafood Salad Bar at Dinner 134 Congratulations and Best Wishes for Happiness and Success to the Class of 1988 And our sincere appreciation for the work of the Amherst Regional High School staff For more than 15 years, NFS has provided testing programs and teaching materials to improve the quality of American education. National Evaluation Systems, Inc. Amherst, Massachusetts 135 To All Our Friends in ’88 We’ll Miss you a lot!!! Love Always, Kristen and Stacey Congratulations to the Class of ’88 from SPEED WASH 11 Pray Street Amherst, MA 01002 Congratulations Class of ' 88 SHOES LTD. 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Part-Time Careers Leadership Training Exciting, Challenging Jobs Meet Dedicated People • World-Wide Travel • Extra Money • Free College Tuition • Life Insurance Retirement Best A-10 Unit in World-Wide Competition nn= NATIONAL GUARD We Guard America ' s Skies. WlGWilC 132 Celchcrtown ] Amherst, Mass. 01002 (413) 256-8384 A distinctive, new farm market, located on our 60 acre farm in the Pioneer Valley. Providing the community with fresh produce, high-quality staples, gourmet food, prepared entrees and baked goods. Our greenhouse is stocked with unique, healthy houseplants and fresheut flowers. You will find our staff friendly, knowledgable and helpful. Make healthy eating a habit, visit Maplewood. KARATE HEALTH FITNESS CTR. 460 West St, Amherst 256-0080 Congratulations To The Class Of ' 88 From The YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF 137 V, 4 ' KKitnNK. 139 CREDITS GOLDBUG ' 88: BUSINESS STAFF: Missy Shea (Adv.) Tracey Arcelli, Shawn Chalmers, Jenny Cumps, Lori DiCarlo, Jessie Feldman, Lynne Foley, Kerry Frizzle, John Ingram, Cathy Jasmin, Kristin Mannheim, Audra Markert, Billy McIntosh, Megan Morse, Kari Muench, Kristi Muench, Amy Mullins, Aimee Newell, Nicole Pierce, Janine Sicks, Adam Stolollano, Julia Sullivan, Kathy Taylor, Helen Wang, Pam Zakaitis; EDITORIAL STAFF: Blanche Derby (Adv.), Laura Allen, Jessie Feldman, Julie Lin, Pat Matthews, Leah Minks, Andrew Predmore, Kiki Raj, Luke Theilman, Linh Tran; END SHEETS: Elaine Rabin; INTRO. PAGE: Kiki Raj; ARHS GAME: Andrew Predmore; UNDERCLASS DIVIDER: Jody Barker; SENIOR-SPORTS DIVIDERS: Brian Ready; CARTOONISTS: Jody Barker, Kiki Raj, Corinne Rhodes, Maya Slobin LINDSAY FELDMAN I feel sorry for the people that didn ' t know her. They missed out on something special. " I hope you will come out here - we have apple cider to make; berries, plums, pears, and grapes to be eaten, and mischief to be done. " -Quote from a card to Molly Pietz from Lindsay Feldman. She never forgot to take the time to tell you that she cared. The thing is, that with Lindsay, there are no bad memories. She was well loved. 140 : r«. itt- PATRONS Allen and Elaine Barker • Bill ' s Shoe Repair • Robert R. and Silvia R. Brinkerhoff • Carol F. Campbell • Thomas E. and Jane S. Chalmers • College Street Motors • Cresswell Gallery • Allan and Carole Cumps • Thomas L. and Harriet R. Eddy • Lynda Faye Tessa and Ari • Ruthe Ferguson • Footlocker • Fred Villari ' s School of Self Defense • Patricia A. Fredrickson (Mrs. Fred.) • Richard J. and Sally Giglio • Allen R. and Joan Hanson • Anna B. Hays • Mike and Sue Hodges • Barry and Carolyn Holstein • Heather and John Hornik • Evelyn and Steve Hundley • Houghton W. and Judith A. Ingram • Donald J. and Linda M. Johnson • Robert E. and Maxine R. Jones • Ed and Libby Klekowski • Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Luddy • James and Carol Marcum • Connie Matthews • Merle Norman Cosmetics • Benton M. and Louise J. Minks • Dr. and Mrs. Alan R. Mully and Thaddeus, Zachariah Barrett Mully • Mr. and Mrs. James O’Donnell • Susan E. Rothier • Robert and Elizabeth Rowell • Alfred and Angela Salloux • Linda and Hubbard Smith • Taco Villa • Adrienne M. and Anthony R. Terrizzi • David M. Todd • Judith Todd • Video Library • John Webb • Gerry Weiss and Jennifer McKenna


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