Edwin O Smith High School - EOS Yearbook (Storrs, CT)

 - Class of 1986

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With major renova- tions, we shared such inconveniences as the hammering, the unceasing odor of boiling tar, the re-scheduling of classes - and who could forget not being able to change for gym for showerl first semester. We did learn to cope under these conditions, however, and made this year in more than one way, The Year of Growth and Change. , ,,,, 3 k 2 ,fx S if wk S ..i ,,'., N ,..,. A Q ,, N, :ii i A QI S5 fqii ggi? . -nf ' ASM' 59 A A Q 4, .ff-'W . A ki ' Z ' 5:2321 .. , Q .V EE '-1 - .X i E ,N L , , g l .EEN N. 1: , kg --x ' ' L I - "f' 5- Q. .. , . A N .5 . 1' A , if z W 454' - ST My g, 1 ,, wg., E . HQ., .. 5 -ff ,Wife rf ZH ,,. , L W 2 ' , 'WW ' ' r my ""' i 3 ! 'fav if I ,1- .ipx H ssl ,Ly T 45: fl, . f ' f s 1 5' :gi .XX iggyl. J 'i gjzx " 1 " ' - If - '- Ah, Spring -Q... M SPRI ,..---......,N xits V ? . H H Mn Ewen wi Hey! Watch them dance! Mary and Stacey, all smiles. Smile pretty for the camera. " ,, N vk.. is ,.,kk e Pictures, tickets anyone? Everyone smile! 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Aj? fii'wQ4qfg'Q3zf1Q1-k'f'e X Y W,y..s-H.-www Y gi i , A 7 in Q g 3 3" V 5 h 3 in 5gi,.v,,. ,ms +- ff 'Q "H , 4 'gi I' l 5 7 , Q Q . 1 Q - 4 A75 L- ,,,g,,,,ev51 , ,, , .fff ,j?'Q:g 11 , .1 H ' ,, 2 3 f . fx QW mn, im Eiffean tvs G I R L S gp 1 vwiy,f E P' Q JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM 15 SOFT- BALL 'sfo 8 G ge G COQZJQOS QQ Q 9 gf 18 FALL 20 ADMINISTR TIDN AND G IDANCE Dr. D. Hersant Ms. G. Dunterman Ms. C. Lindlau Mr. D. Griffin Mr. W. McKinley Mr. H. McCarthy MS. P- Eagle Ms. M. Niles Ms. K. Allard STAFF AND SPECIAL SERVICES Ms. P. Root MS- C- Colson Ms. J. White Ms. J. Hall Ms. D. Epps Dr. F. Christison-Lagay l 9' xr 'l . Xlfgf X. 1 k ' X Mr- H- Perry Ms. C-. Wakefield Mr. P. Salesses M5 W Stauder M5 M, Yugzey Ms. G. Januszkiewicz, Ms. C. Rothammer, Ms. P. Davis, Mr. J. Taylor l I. Allard C. Anselment M. Archibald R, Blanchette J, Blomstrann ? N1 1" K ' xk L. Bloom A. Borrelli J. Cohen l D. Cook P. Csere B. Daring S. Diamond 1. Dick j. Doiron R. 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Vo-Op students alternate three weeks of school with three weeks of full time employment. During their time at work, students are engaged in food service, clerical, health, as maintenance, and various D' Root D' Csefe other occupations. The school and work components provide X students with an ' opportunity to develop basic academic skills while 1 f iixr gaining experience in the g workplace. This program is "" V directed by Mr. Root, ably W ft it ttf assisted by members of the D. Maljaniauxerr D, Pmvocha Smith faculty pictured on S. Diamond K. Lally N. Nevers C, Colson the ACTIVITIES Honor Society S : 1 . , Q n 2 ! Student Council International - Model U.N. Club Peer Cutreach Math-Computer Club Art Club Drama Club EXPLGRERS CLUB SKI CLUB Oracle Yearbook FFA 3 Nimig 5565? in www iw 5 ' -Q Sixx N, N .- X . - - Mx -' W fi X X V i ?s1Wgx.kf-sfmiwfew -- . W '- Q :Sw 1' - , Q by A S X ixxixiiiiii W MQKX lm N X mx? .X M., ,,... Q . ,,,, WF.. .. M -M .A ,,,, -W n,y-- with , Y uf :gm ..... . .. mn-A Musa' iam . k ,, . -QIWRE M TER Vo Ag MQM Band Chorus FALL SPORTS VARSITY BUYS SGCCER .uw P a 1 n 9 t 8 h 6 e 1' S JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER KU r . f 'A " Q 'S W L. 2 . . i VARSITY GIRLS SCDCCER W W 2 iw! ffm? fm' f 1 3 E i I a , A ,,., FIELD HCPCKEY GIRLS SWIM TEAM 53' . Z I , y 4 6 sf. ug.. VQLLEYBALL 44 - W 4 CROSS COUNTRY I Q iiff' H? 'N""f1'w X '55 .Ju i M5 Egfgf A D E, Mi H' He, J.. -1 WI TER X 2 WW' ww 20 , 2 In f ,,, A '- ,f n - . ff m ' f 1 fi-vm 5 T H MK E FANUEQS I 44 ffl RQ LQ SP fe Q fi , , 1 kT'??':1FF?F-m. CHEERLEADING Irina.-v ,.........- 1-gf..-mu Q.,c..-wN.,,.e , we-'X W 'W , ik ii'-7 SENIGRS CD P14 I-I-1 U3 STEPHEN M. ABBOTT JENNIFER L. ALLEN JENNIFER L. BACKOFEN ANDREW F, BALTRONIS Stephen Jen Jennie Andy "The greatest trait ever given Lo cabins . .. the beach, the Saratoga '85 Van Halen Working on cars building to mankind was the ability to Poice . . . peanutbutter cup . . , the beach . . . "Let's blow models , , , Pet Peeveg Jocks forget." ice cream sunny days in this clambake" partying Future plans include the mountains the first snowy days Pet Work, Landscaping. snow ... SKSM ... Pet Peeves: Getting up in the AM, unfriendly stran ers, Finals, goodbyes . .. Cogege. HEATHER E. BARCLAY H. Drama Deutsch flmmerj ... Art . . . "You never know!" Attacking Mack trucks . . . "Isstden ganzek Apfel!" . .. 10:00 . .. t e fine art of sarcasm . . . friends . . . "Some of my best friends are human" .. . Pet Peeves: Well , harems, 5 , those who have no sense of humor, Kein PDA essays Etc., ., Col- lege. MICHAEL H. BARON Mike Baseball . . . basketball . . . "Alfonz!" . ., cookin . .. re- ligion "I worker? for it!" . . , Pet Peeve: People who are ranked first in the class and get 1600's College. Peeves: Waiting, DW School. RANDY G. BARRETT Tex - Macho man Girls . , . Arts and Crafts . . . sports ... mechanics ... "Everybody should be them- selves not somebody else, for if everybody was the same, this world would be pretty darn tame" . . . Electronics . . . reading . . . welding . . . mon- ey .. . poetry .. . Pet Peeves: People who think they're so smart, being cooped up in- doors Work, Go to weld- ing school nights. DENISE E. D. BARSTOW Schnickelfritz Australia . . , massa e yel- low . . . Deutschland A.D. . . , "Sahne- ut" TNT . .. Penguinqust . . . "'Scuse me, kids!" Porsche 111 "Gallipolli" , . . UConn Soccer "The legacy of the man layin down with the fish is compieten .. . Fleazel Pet Peeves: Addicts, Fraulein Theis' driving, guns .. . Col- lege, Europe, ":":"i" WMM-MW ,L ,Wilt ""i i" ' ""':"":" ' :.. A ""' ia en- ew me ii- s . :':" 3 ,W ' ""i '55 ":"' 'm i' ---- . warm . Q. -'.- f-. , "" WW, , mm ii' I ":' a? MMQ ELIZABETH J. BASSETT Beth Volleyball . . . friends . . . "Sheryl" . . . trips to Willi- mantic with T.H. skiing "Grow up!" C Study rides home from volley- ball with M.B. . .. rain ... Pet Peeves: Hypocrites, people who think they are better than everyone else, the Dirtbag Duo, STEREOTYPES . . . Col- lege. MARK BILOKUR Doctor Bloodfinger Martial history . . . strange cults and religions SCA . . . Zen . . . Gonzojournalism . . . "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro" . . . my fungus collection . . . "max headroom" . . , Pet Peeves: Deadlines, the 300 lb Samoan Attorney To go where no man has gone be- fore, to take over CDC, and to start a new religion. BRENDAN P. BOYCE Byrly Herbees Kathe fun i Pet Peeves: Dealing wii the Preacher, Disco Boys, and KIMBERLIE T. BREU Kim Swimming . . . Chris . . . 2-18 MSSI M8rC'S the beach . . . 12-22-84 . . . Pet indecision "Are we goin' Peeve: The little big guy into town?" . . . Gonna take a College. train to Zimbabwe retirement. 'WE -as M MW... M " as ' 'W WELL. sf--. . .,. ,. JOSEPH I. BOUCHARD Yo Analysis ... O to 60 ... late night journeys "I'll al- ways be a word man, better than a bird man" . .. small gatherings good music Pet Peeves: Dishonesty, violence, crowds, waking up . . . College. THERESA M. BOULEY Theresa Field hockey basketball .. softball "Kate, is it requent enough?" Pet eeves: Injuries, Fraizers, aving to do walrus push- ps in FH. just because of a ew choice words Col- 'i tx v 5 ' X 5 f ,f P , h gilt., .,........ ., if f ' f lege li ? 2 MELISSA K. BURKE Melissa Vioelli Avalon SLPC . . , JSSK "I need money!" ,. . beach runs . . . Pet Peeves: Cooper runs, political fanatics . , . College. PAULA BURKE Paul Weekends in Rhode Island . . . the Coffee Club . . . Stud- ies with JM and CD ,. . Sum- mer of '84 ... 9f16f85 ... Pet Peeves: Mondays, goodbyes, and taking the bus . .. "YO" . . . College. MALGORZATA BZYMEK Margaret Skiing . ,. I Ching .. . "Real- Iy?!" , . . Pet Peeve: Boring days ,. . College. fs, MEGAN S. CHAPMAN Muffin Horses , . . Irish Echo .. . the beach L.A.B.C. Sum- mer '85 ,. . true friends: DG, DM, AH, BL, DY, CSLDM . .. chocolate .. . Woodstock Fair ... Bi Mac's... skating... softbai . . . cruisin' in the Hornet . . . good tunes . . . Mr. Cook 5!31f85 laugh- ing ... KC '85 ... Pet Peeves: The P.S. ordeal, breakups, liv- er, losing my sneakers, Hornet stings, backing the horse trail- er College. GEORGE CHASE George JOY A. CI-IENEY JOY NYC-MM . . , ice cream ,. . Smugglers . . . s ecial friends ... skiing ... the beach... tropical tans Jake's sunny smiles Pet Peeves: Lies, sandy baby oil, saying goodbye . . . College. DARRYL D. CHIANG Big Dg D.C. Writing ... tennis ... JT ... art . . . ping-pong . . . wasting time . . . country roads . . , 626 11:11 New York Sunday mornings QKR and BWIJ . . . polar bears . . . polo lby RLJ . . . Bruce Lee . . . Pet Peeves: Total-phone, butt- heads and dirtbags Col- lege. JENNIFER L. CLARK Jen Shopping karate Pet Peeve: J.F. , . . College. em W ' N -V ,-I3 :Av E ' , H Www Maw. V ,,,.... , ..... . Mu y- s- Mr e M . W, -, -- N ,M ...... . " ., www .,..,.,,, 'X DANIEL COKASH Cokey Fishing ,. . hunting . ,. soccer . . . older women . . . partying Pet Peeve: Pushy people , . . Navy. JOANNE DEENE 1010 Saratoga, NY, '85 . . . walking ,.. talking ... the beach ,.. complaining . . . good friends, cooking . , . snowy days . . . Pet Peeves: Lies, obnoxious drunks, D.P., having nothing to do, Nukes . . . School, trav- e . KELLEY A. COMISKEY Kel Art ... landscaping .., "Really?" ,.. lakes ... beach . . . L.A. . . . "Live every clay as though it was your last - one day you'll be ri ht" Pet Peeves: Getting iost, thieves, getting caught, S.T.B., school roof, Corona ,. . College. JOSEPH J. DESLAURIES Il john Holmes Hunting ... logging ... "Holmes" ,. . 4by4 . . , motor- cross . , . "You're a loser" .. . Cooper Run . . . "Farmers will rule the it" Pet Peeves: Fat peop e, VW's, R.B. . ,. Marines. "' 1 MW ulfgiixswmmmmr -3'ML "-fIiiEK.izzQ'-A-as-.rW...Z W,pwfffff""'T,'E2i'fl"w1W'WfWf"'Qfx's"'M3'g Y M-f-W, MM ..,.... ts1a+mgg- - ...: Mmwmswzw ----sq , w1"vm.e,.,....w..m. my mw W MW, await :jpg 9 'ML Zim'A?'..": i M""" : EE" ,..LT,E ?a?.lfiMmf1W--'- L i 'wfmwmi Wlfifw, ,, gr as LISA A. DAVIS Little Lisa "Wait for me!" ... Summer of '84 ,,. Studies with Kathy, Lorie, and the rest . . . Big E '85 Friday break- fasts at Friendly's ... Pet Peeves: Cooper Run and 'ock class ,. , Work and Colfege. W3 if 3 ' b 'X r ses ,fs 'xx 2,-,,C,-sea .rgg 5 ir 2 N f N - -- Q-M 7 as .semi 1 ew. '9'1mfi- is is S313 N are as 1. 'S mx rx? 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A. , X ,,.. .V Y, reg s5,,3RgsggeSgf.QgirgSg,,4ag,ggkEg,dwggiggle-V-Wgvee as it m.5s'.i,-Pre, New-sir2ges,:fs,ea,a,rise2rs.,,LWYr fx-X X at s,,t C RUSS CROSSEN Russ Working on trucks . . . par- tyin "Killer" mak- in Eracelets . . . "The world will become all burnouts" Pet Peeve: Stuck-up W0l'Y'lEl'1 f hi s 51 xr l Ei 15 s H, , t sl 1 at 1 t I Q 3 XC. 'T 6 , gif W i sf , . F x vvk RICHARD W. DiCAPUA Rickmen Soccer 6555 CB110f ,. . "Big Wazoo" . ,. skiing blizzards L Zepp "Converta Cruze" . . . Talking Heads . .. Brewskies "It's just so ridiculous!" . .. 151 ... Telefunkin U47 Summer young ladies Pet Peeves: SMW, broken bones, red lights, drinking age, learning things that I'll never need to know, peo le who need 8 peo- ple to figlgt their own battle Take a break, Business, Real Estate. STEPHANIE L. DUERS Steph Field Hockey Police '83 .., Sting '85 ... skiing ... sailing 909 Deutsch land '84 Sandys Pet Peeves: Working at the Mall and car accidents! Travel then College. MARIA DINO Maria TAMMY L. DIONNE Tam The beach at sunset all night talks "Give me a break!" .. . good friends . . . spending time with my broth- er ,. . Pet Peeves: the Cooper Run, people who think they know everything, long dis- tance phone bills . . . College. MICHAEL J. DOYLE Mic Golf .. . computers mov- ies . . , "Live on the wild side" . . , Rock . . . " "I don't know" . . . Pet Peeves: Homework, Monday Mornings, and peo- ple who don't listen Full time work, then further educa- tion. IENIFER S. DUGUAY Mighty Mouse DMC ... sunsets ... the im- age . . . "Are you going?" . , . special friends . . . sincere smiles . .. "iiieeshhh . .. " . .. Pet Peeves: Prejudice, gossip, fighting, and florescent clothes . . . UConn. CATHERINE A. DUNNACK Cathi Bodie sisters . .. Carucci .. . "H" . . . Hartford . . . May 12, '84 City Boys Eli Geego , . . Inspector Gadget ... Clyde Loriens ... Twilight Room . . . New York . . . March 'B5 Money D- Ralph . . . Cal-I-IUS Studio . . . "What the heart has once had and loved, it shall never lose." . . . College. JOSE I. ENRICH MAJO Suave or javi Skiing . .. windsurfing ... sports . . . "Live happy todaff, because you can live on y once" dance Disco music . . . I would like to live happily and successfully with a good wife with whom I can share myself Pet Peeves: Hypocracy and being sad . .. Economics major, then Mas- ters in Computer Science. V' ..., t -"- 7 ..., 'V N """" i , ITT QQ ' ' 1 fi"T',f,..."W ' HW ....,l . .. -N f. to N- e W .,..,, -'-',N' - l V W W V mm iv Y . Wm' WM ww- K mr K V V N .,.: : ,,,, P -----, W V vg MH Y V ,sjsmuwf V ANDREW H. FAIRBANKS Andy Basketball . . . tennis . . . "Su- per Dude" ice cream pizza shopping food Germany IJDM Christmas at the locker hittin the links . . . bus rides with ie tennis team , . . Col- lege. KATHARINE C. FAIRBANKS Kath Swimming . . . California . . . friends the OMNI DC83-84 road trips NYCMM . . . Christmas at the locker . .. the waterbed . .. Secret Santa , . . Bobbydomes Pet Peeves: The little big guy, gold lips, losing seasons, winter, and keys .. , College. ERIN P. FLYNN Erin Mexico '85 10-1-B2 SDN Altona w!ET May , . . snow , . . Pet Peeves: Brown cadillacs and fire alarms . .. College. umm JENS FRANZEK Jens or rssr so "'W f mi -'r,'- at Wim , KATHLEEN M. FARRINCITGN KC Motley Crue Concerts "Where's my hug?!" . .. Pet Peeves: Cooper Run and Leather Woman . . . Work. JEFFREY I. FERENCE Jeff Playing guitar with the band dirt bikes Future lans include having our band succeed and working in the construction field. RICHARD H. PRAPPIER Frapp Parties rainy days "Hey, Man!" weekends B.S. Pet Peeves: School, hard work, and B.S. not home after work Work. TERRIE I.. FRAPPIER Terrie BOB . .. adventure . . . walk- ing to Pot Hill on a nice day warm fuzzies Pet Peeves: Getting a flat tire on the way to a arty, oing to school, and colil priclglies . . . travel and partying. KATHE GABLE Kathe B.P.B. varanetts sno skiing "What's up" . , . Tangueray . . . vacations Piehicli! Pet Peeve: Whiners . . . College. RICHARD C. GAYNOR Beech "Heyba" . . . basketball . . . pool , . . "Later" . . . The Bud- dhists ... camping ... "Heeaadd!" . . . the magic bus Pet Peeves: Cold weather and ground zero . . . College. AARON S. GEROMIN Aaron Guitars rock music partying . . . "We've done four already, but now we're steady, and they want 1-2-3-4" . . . Led-Zep Work and jam- ming. IULIE A. GLODE julie Volleyball ... 311 ... 1Of1f85 friends hugs music smiles 11f29f85 .. . laughter Pet Peeves: jungle ball and Bryan's jokes .. . College. ADINE E. GARRISON Deanie Shasta . . . horses . . . the beach . .. Mustangs . . . ZZ TOP I..A.B.C. IROC Z28 close friends - NLC., A.H., D.M. . . . Pet Peeve: Peo- ple who care only about them- selves .. . College. ERIC C. GREENWALD "Green" MNP Beck's Dark chuggin . . . "No problem" . . . '65 GTO . . . '70 Eld0f5O0 . . . "There is no substitute for cubic inches" . . . cruising . . . MB AZ hoop dunking . . . guitar . . . Friday nights . . . Pet Peeve: Slow walkers . .. College. - uma MW-i C7 I ' A-'M -i .LQ M' ma ' W ---v---- W D9 I MW- w MJ ,... ..,.. Wm I 7"', W W 'M -A-2- .I fm mm ' M N is V evil, i1" f-Mis 1,55 in N Mm WG . . . ,, ,--. ,M ew Chad "Walk on the wild side" skiing .. . sailing ... '77 Chev pick-up . . . "We've got the blues" . . . The Dome . . . landscaping . . . "DYNO" . . . bowling in the Hawaiians . . . "Hey, Bard, we did it again!" . . . traveling incognito . . . "IJDM" Pet Peeves: The coffee room and j.P.'s . . . Col- lege. PATRICK GUINEY Patrick The Dead guitar playing . , . "Shut up, I'm going to get evicted!" . . . Bob Marley, Beach Buddhism . . . 1:37 A.M. Pet Peeve: Day job . . . Travel and Dead Concerts. MICHAEL W. HALL Michael History . , . politics . . . tennis "Consider the social and political ramifications!" Swing and sway with Yang Kuei-fei, Wu-Wei, Cheng Ming . . . the Hapsburg Tradi- tion . ,. Ahimsa . ,. Ananda ... Wellington ... Pet Peeves: Krsna, the Bhagavad Gita, Percopius, St. Aulgustine, and the Arafat Look . . . Mak- ing the world safe for Democ- racy. ..... x DAREN HAMLIN Daren .:, "EW Ss tiiiiii 7 ee se 'f -5 W N E .... wmwmwwr i ' W r K .aft-.. THERESA M. GYURE Tree "I find the great thin in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direc- tion we are moving." . . . skiing sailing field hockey . , . 918 . . . Police '83 . . . Sting '85 . . . Summer '85 . . . chocolate cakes . , . San- dys ... 7f2Of8S ... Pet Peeve: Diaries . .. College. 5 , V ALYSON Ci HAEGER A "Bubby" . .. D.M., D.G., M.C., and j.L. Norway , . . horseback riding , . . "Pulesu g" . .. cruising .. . weekends . . . "Hi, Hon" . . . "Someday love will find you, break those chains that bind you" . . . Pet Peeves: Pushy, picky people, cold contacts, the P.S. ordeal, and people who pick on farmers . . . Nursing School. ill: T t il Q54 .f momma. t M u BILLIE-JO HAMPTON STEPHANIE HAWTHORNE JAMES HAYES TRACY A. HEBBLEWAITE I0 Stuff James Tracy "Go for it!" . . . parties . .. Pet Peeves: D.B., mood Swimming ... surfing .. , Volleyball .,. trips to Willi- concerts .. . fast cars . .. Pet changes . .. Nurses Aide at sailing skiing . . , sleeping mantic with BB " and Peeves: Prepgpies, no money, Canterbury Villa. at the beach . . . Back to Flor- join the Real World!" . . . ski- and no smo e . .. Work. ida. ing Pet Peeve: the dirtbag duo College. LISA V. HERBST Herbie Horses . . . "Cogito, ergo sum" Remember: Summer '85, waist-long hair, Mr. Tomen's stories, New Year's parties and Room 229 . . . Pet Peeves: Mondays, lamb patties, ork rinds, and people who Ireave for college and don't write . . . College. ERIC J. J. HOSKINS JJ Money cars "I don't know!" women Pet Peeves: james Hayes, Bob Se- guin, and Eric Roy I pre- dict that by 1999 I will either be a rich man or a dead one . . . Work, Work, and more Work. DANIEL HOSTE'1'I'ER Dan Jamming ... "jo jo" ... amps on ten . . . Metal . . . chewing foil . . . melted rubber . . . feedback . . , cruisin' . . . sum- mer . . . Funky Whammy . . . 47 Buds rocks SSLM . . . Pet Peeves: Hall mo- nitors, power trips, dryness, and the Pac Room . . . Get' out of Ct, NYC, Wail, to raise worms, and to buy surplus lab monkeys. KIMBERLEY A. HOUSE Kimb Horses wildlife Fri- days at Burger King "I want to go home!" Pet Peeve: Bal's driving . . . Future includes a move to a warmer climate. s . , r, c men S W 62 STACEY J. HUNTLEY Stace Running ... NYCMM ... late night hello's . . . a special ffl May '84 the 17th green M8:M's Christ- mas at the locker . . . road trips . .. waterbeds . . . DC 83-84 ... 800m ... Jake's the ultimate body form . . . Pet Peeves: Broken relationships, purple lips, rah-rah girls, los- ing keys, and continuous re- ports . . . College and Success. JEPFERY T. JEANNETTE Snow Man Gardening . , . long trips . . . snow .. . "Gerry saves" ,. , The Dead . . . "I have become comfortably numb" Pet Peeves: Jocks, fish, rednecks, and dry spells Future plans include the Bash and partying for the summer of '86 LAURA E. KAMM Lou Spending time with jeff warm fuzzies . . . weekends . . . money . . . Pet Peeve: Cold pricklies . . . Work, Travel, Family. MALEK KARDESTUNCER Casey Armetta "Go for it" . . , running, writ- ing . . . "Laugh it up" . . . clas- sical music . . . toys , . . speed- ing . .. "WO, WO, WO" .. . going to the beach . . . Pet Peeves: "TV Snow" and fake people .. . Porch 911 SC . ., adventure black rasberry ice cream Wales sea pups "Bonjuk" Col- ege and Investigative Report- ing. BRADLEY K. JOHNSON KEITH JOHNSTON Bard Keith Skiing ... Vis ... the Cup- O-Club "Chad, we screwed up again!" the Strawmen "The Green Death" 7-2-85 "Hit the slopes!" Pet Peeves: Po- licemen, Muhlf'la, Conser- vatives, and jet lguel .. . Be a ski bum, then go to College - or vice versa. TARIK KARDESTUNCER Taribok Travel . . . "Bok, you regurgi- tated eppi lottis juice!" when peopqe punch back archaeology . ,. astronomy . , . Pet Peeve: Sweat pants during exams with socks pulled over the bottoms . .. l predict that No-Doz will pros- per . . . Travel. LUKE W. KAROSI Luke Old cars old Harleys Old No. 7 Led Zeppelin '57 Ford Fairlane Pet Peeves: Hangovers and the Pac Room . ., Future plans in- clude professional drummer in a R fn R band. IRENE K. KARPF Karpf "Chubby Bunny" . .. hugs roses snow sun- sets beaches "What time is it?" rainy nights . .. Camp Wightman . .. good friends and long talks , . . DM, LT, PP, KS, KK, JM, TD ... partying ... "Mic" ... Bryan Adams ice hockey , . . cheerleading . . . photog- raphy Mustangs "my baby" . . . Pet Peeves: Cur- fews, flashing blue lights . .. Work and College. DONALD KENT Don Skiing skating camp- ing . .. going skiing with my Friends ,. . Pet Peeves: Fresh- men, pac-room, and Mr. R. . , . Army then College. JOHN A. KHAIRALLAH john Volleyball . . . late night with David Letterman ... Pet Peeve: Metallic or plastic toys which change from one thing to another, such as Trans- formers, Go-bats and Robitix . . , "They pelted us with rocksand garbage" Col- lege. V 4 V 1 . - ,1 z . K A J ' SARAH j. KILDUFF Sarah Field Hockey "Hello, l must be going!" Piehicli MD 20f2O WXKAP Frazier . . . Saratoga 6f30f85 ... golfcarts ... WQAQ ... "Face Value" UB40 College. KATHERENE KIM Kate "This is not the end, it is not even the beginnin of the end, but rather the eng of the be- ginning"-Churchill ... 6f15f84 . , . Das Deutsche Er- lebnis '34 . . . BKR . . . Golden Arches fries ... lasting friendships of time and place ... Pet Peeves: Cliques, change, undependability in those you trust the most College, Life, and Happiness. RENEE B. KRAUS Renee Working with the handi- capped swimming .. "Ooppa!" The Image .. dancing . . . Pet Peeves: Snob- by people and prejudice ., College. ass. - ----"f L11-ff1...f 'imp 'f me --H L n..m....H ' - Nam.--H rife ...M .....,W:..x, 'fr . 'fr N 'WN"m1.1g'tw4Mem-- ' ,.wW-Mwvww 'M' f f. W wma, - M -.. . ML? -.M i LY W .1 MN , in r,..w,,lg...,. W... 5-.1--ff"-' ' WL- - .. NM... N-N -I ....fic T1 ' -"iff ' "N " , , H' 'T .i.,,,. "avi" . ' . --N W- mv' 379432 M .... . ,, -1 " - mv-' .s...,.,. " ... V Q- ----v:wmammg5-PFeEIf1"" - ---M-U "" W-1. . "Y:-L. .. -fwi? ...WW-Mean... NLQ"JZ1Z7.:sZ...J-W 64 SEAN M. LABBE Sean "It's onlyajoke!" . .. heckling , . . '73 Toyotas . . . sailing . . . Vice "What? No food?!" ... Friends ... bowling ... movies , . . "I've seen toc much and heard too little" . . . Pet Peeves: Smoking, rust, hurricanes, and DW ... Work, then College. TODD A. LABBE Todd Denna . . . motorcycles . . . beer ... parties ... Pet Peeves: Rain, hot days, work, and school .. , Work. ROSALIE LaROE CHRISAUNDRA L. Rosalie LaTOUCHE Touche Raising Hell listening to good tunes "Hot Dam" dancing being with Bob "Oopaa" Prince den. Pet Peeve: Wimpy people College then Game War- ': -- ...,...,.,.,:,,,,,.,,.-.,.r.,,. ,,.,. , M, A.'.A, ..,.1.,,...,..,,,,,,,.,,. , ,,.,.,. ,.,..,. ,,,A,,,.,.., :.. , ,.:,.,,. . ,,,,,,,....,,. , . 5 ., V YT mu 3 ... , vm- ---"" . . : "'ia::'7:' MELISSA A. LADD Liss Hockey . . , softball . . . pals 421 U2 Pet Peeves: Frasiers, Heli's blue eyes, the thirtieth, and "Do you have a pass?" Col- lege. DONNA R. LaPOINTE Sis My boyfriend Jim my cat . , , vacations in New Hampshire . . . Future plans include working. E l f 'ti 9 I L ALBERT J. LAVOIE II A Sports . .. the New York Gi- ants . .. playing baseball .. The Fink Thing . . . Pet Peeve: Batted down interceptions . . . College. JEAN M. LEE Jean Competitive running CC and Track . . . computers . . . Ruth fthe Cao itzo balloons and gorillas , . . good friends fespecially REJ . . . chocolate .. . "You run to no one's beat but your own" .. . Pet Peeves: Greater omen tums, I-IZS, B+'s, 89's, and "Lin-Chao" .. . College. MATTHEW B. LITT Matthew Steel Pulse . .. -25 . .. Hedo- nism Led Zeppelin: IV, Kashmir ... BMW ... Jamai- can Sunsplashes 8: Kali Magic Bus Tolkien percussion QJHBIJ 96 in the shade Buddhist jam sessions Pet Peeves: Late- ness, misunderstandings, Ground Zero and the Evil Ones . . I Travel, a small dere- lict cotta e in South Snow- donia, CoTlege, ??? W H . .,.,., .. . . STANLEY T. MACLURE Stan the Man Raising livestock . . . wood- working . . . South Windham Fire Department . . . Pet Peeves: School, Fords, and waiting . . . Work at the lum- ber yard. NEAL M. LEIBOWITZ Neal Special interests include run- ning and cross country "Oh, my god! Cubans!" .. College. JESSE E. LERMAN Gummo Golf . . . photography . . . Late Ni ht with Letterman . . . "It's onEy a joke" . . . Plainfield Quinielas . . . spontaneity- fl-Iedonism .. . gambling .. . up in the booth Orange- men . . . Pet Peeves: Dead- lines, unemployment, indi- gence, and Muzak . . . College. KIMBERLY T. MaCNAMARA Kim Skiing .. . Jake's . .. Vermont . . . Smuggler's . , . tourin Ct. . . . Pet Peeves: Crowded Eiall- ways, and small Feet . .. Col- lege. X KEVIN MAINES Maines Pool camping music the pond late night journeys . , . Pet Peeve: "Pret- ty Boys" . . . College. Yggg W .....,N-:tang:f::fQ::.-:-z-r-:-.:.: w T 5 .,..,, W . S .f- SW-1-WW'iEfI E x 5'5?f'iiM" -masks: . 3 ANDREW MALKUS But Skiin . . . going out with frienfs . . . "Byrl's out for supper . . . Indefinite plans for future. LEILA A. MANPRED Leigh "Whoopa!" . .. flute . .. vol- leyball The Image "How do you spell that?" . . . skiing .. . Subarus . .. danc- ing Lorien's "Let me tell ya" . . . W8zC's .. . Tues- day ni hts Maine ocean siores Pet Peeves: Prejudices, 12-17-85, and 7:42 . . . College, Travel, Work. THOMAS MARTIN Tom per, .,.... .m, Q':i: ANNETTE MASTRANGELO Annette .,-amfm'. ? ., Q M ,M Wm -awr:.3.....mm-s im M- Ms.. -W mx- .W i w:-Seww wirfrvfmse tz saw ..-sfm' -A 1wz:Ws.,.,1-59" "s News-ff gfmmw xiwew--1f,zm Q:--A -'f-- "2'i"'f :N M ' NW Moira. 25" - 55' .W ""' "'Mm,maMW"FWF '2:':"i:"7 ---M2----H --w ww-wfes .,..,.,. -Q ,awai t i gtaziaaarrzemfi-gg-ggg,3,s. ,... - JEANNETTE M. MARCHISA Jeanne The Coffee Club "This school will never be fin- ished" writing poetry Summer of '84 "l don't care" R.F. .. . Pet Peeves: Monday mornin s and school buses C5- lege. 255 it .:. it Egg ist? vii it Q ' is it H f 3 2- i f as QA 2 52 Ei. ra wir HELI MARTINSON Heli "What are we doing?" skiing QHMNKD Elagu Eesti blue eyes chocolate . . . "What time is it?" ... um ... Christmas at the loier . . . friends . . . the waterbed . . . B-13-83 . . . NYXNJ free Mmm M.G. Pet Peeves: Dead- lines, goodbyes, and phone bills College. tr . getty E X55 4 W 322 53 ' J a g? k gs Y 5 va X . 3, is ig 2322 if 1 , 'E M. ANDREA MATTHEWS Andrea DAWN M. MATTISON Mattison "What's going on?" . . , Larry ... 7f28f82 ... Camp Wri htman partying "Is Swere a bug on my head?" ... Willi ... Mic, IK, PP, KK, SP, WV, KM noses Mustan s hugs smiles . . . MeTinda . . . letters . . . unicorns sunsets the beach . . , Bryan Adams . .. laughing friends Pet Peeves: Loneliness, arguing, money, bad moods, curfews, "ralph", and' blue lights NATASHA MILLIKAN Ta or Nat "Rowr" mice skating . .. Rocky Horror .. . hugs ... teddy bears ... pigs ... The Far Side kid will be "ein- fach platt gefahren" by a Mack truck . . . Pet Peeves: Hall monitors who don't fall for a seductive smile To relive my senior year three or four times. C LORI A. MILLS Lori Daryl . .. 11f21f85 .. . week- ends in Willimantic GS. . . . Summer of '85 at Lake George . . . Mjl-i . . . the beach .. . roses my '69 Camaro . . . Future plans include Beau- tician School. KEVIN McCALL Kev Swimming . .. bowling ... "Let's take a study!" .. . fish- ing . .. hunting . .. riding ... backpacking Pet Peeves: Homework, rain, snow, speed- ing tickets, winter, Pac room Future: possibly join the Navy or Army, probably do some touring through Ver- mont and Maine. MARYELLEN C. MCGUIRE Mel "I want a Maznartl" . . . Washington '84-'85 . . . 539 Ellington . .. soccer .. . N.Y. Rpe! Rock '84 with KSLJ MandM the 25th Prince '85 . . . PRR . . . UConn games ... being with jan ... purple confetti . . . Pet Peeves: Losing keys, OJ, and Spring- fest '85 . . . College, D.C., and Politics. STACEE A. MILLS Stacee "Ja Wanna?" ... skiing Vermont '83 . . . Clapton . . . "One time and one time only." . , . good friends "What a long strange trip its been." . . . Pet Peeves: L.C1.'s, mornings, Mondays, and Stop signs . . . College. DENNA M. MOORE Dean Todd Labbe . . . 20-20-85 . . . MC, DG, AH, PSLV ... "When you learn to love, you learn to hurt" . . . Eribble . . . the beach . . . stars . . . parties , . . Aerosmith . . . Santana . . . Pet Peeves: Broken hearts, feeling fat, and breaking nails . . . Work. M ,.,. ..,. ' mx 'W W' "" jf' "M " H: -.:- ,g W g A - ..... M - M gag- ---- .C - . M .M , ... C ....... . ..... W .,...... .W -ff' - ' N'-Wa xr L... W... , , . ,same ,We E53 1 WM-as -M .MMM .... . .i. -..,. -V - SHAWN E. MORIARTY SKLM "ls that a threat or a promise?" music track friends . . . Monty Python . , . Rocky Horror . ,. 10:00 ,. . full moons . . . eyes . . . I pre- dict that joel will get to the beach Pet Peeves: Mack trucks, bath tubs, and people who don't enjoy life Col- lege and Something Amusing. PETER B, MORRAL IOYCE M. MOSIER Petey joy "Take a walk on the Wild Reading horseback rid- Side" the sun soccer ing writing letters . . . landscapin . . . S.A. . . . College then Marriage. half days at APS trench- coats . .. G8zT's .. . Hawaian bermudas . .. the Dome . .. "You gotta love it!" Pet Peeve: junior Proms . . . Col- lege. BRYAN L. MUTCH Bryan "What a trip!" volleyball ,. . guitar . .. police car lights . . . Pet Peeves: Roger, Glenn, Bryn and peo le who use their hands when they talk . . . Col- lege. LISA M. NADILE Lisa "The most wasted da of all is one on which we have not smiled." Rome . . . candlelight and flowers . . . music and dancing . . . good friends . . . 5 arrows .. . Springsteen and tffe Hooters . . . traveling . . . I predict that jesse Lerman will become Dr. Hersant's replace- ment . . . Pet Peeves: Dead- lines and obnoxious teachers . . . College. Q I Wm A-M5i ,.,.,, iw .... - on 5 Q ..., M S , .,W"' ..,..Wf'i . JEWELL L. MULLER julie or Jewells Special friends . . . skiing . . . Smu gler's . ., smiles ... traveEng ... jake's ... touring Connecticut . . . the beach Greece . .. happy memories Pet Peeves: People who don't smile, Monday mornings, etting lost, directions, Harford at night, whining, calories, and goodbyes College. 1 gf, ,i, i SHERYL A. NASANSKY Sis Reading . .. riding I.. "I love Tommy" . . . traveling . . , ex- ercisin . . . Pet Peeves: KL and jocis . , . Future plans in- clude getting a job in comput- er programming and attend- ing a two-year college. xr SCOTT C. NOEL Scotty Hunting . . . Fishing . . . good times with friends ... "Howdy Bub" . , . Pet Peeves: Getting up early Work. SARAH OBERSCHALL Io The beach sunsets good lovin' Chuck good friends dz great memories . .. orange roses .. , "doo it in style" midnight sun 12f14fB4 NC "The Rambler" . . . Pet Peeves: LG's and waiting College and Travel. KIRSTEN M. OLSEN Kirsten 4-leaf Clovers . . . Dr. Scott, Ja- net, Brad, Rocky, UNHH . ., Senioritis adopting fresh- men . . . "EO will be crushed under the heels of oncoming logic" . , . Goal: to try skydiv- ing . . . Pet Peeve: Bad moods To boldly go where no mind has gone before. COLIN M. O'ROURKE Colin Skating . .. runnin .. . bik- ing . .. "I'm only joking!" .. . Pet Peeve: People who think they're great . . . College then Work. KIRSTEN M. O'ROURKE Kirty The Road of Life lounge holpping . . . Earl's Song . . . B- ba ls . . . the escalator beat . . . Kermit 8: the Cornfields the right way out of Hartford . , . X918 . . . the "bag" family ... Squeeze . . . stairwells . .. MCD cookies . .. "There's so much left to know 8: I'm on the road to find out" Pet Peeves: Convoys, huddles, he- bubbles . . , A European sum- mer then College and Art. KATHERINE A. PAESANI Kate "No, Theresa, it's not enough!" . . . Field Hockey . . . piano MD zofzo WXSJK Pink Floyd SDN "Bytheway !" pals Vuarnet Days KED Pet Peeves: "Katie", Cosa, and Fraziers . .. College. PAMELA E. PELLEGRINE Pam "BahI" music drama MHOA "Guess you had to be there" . . . LDN . . . "Also Tschuss!" . , . I predict Joel Ross will become a Ro- man Catholic Monk Pet Peeves: Fake people, DB: TCPK, and well . ., , annoy- ing people .. . College. W za, Wmerzzezzfw '---EMM ------ . ---- W M, , ...M.W.M,, Mama-Mm me ---N--M--e , ---- '-1 Wwe .W W.,,,N -- eg:-A We-,mm MQ.. M ,...... . W u.,W....,.,,.W,,wf.., Wg.. -zwetamwgesttiewreffa?-,-w'fN-C-.wait-.,,.,.. s.s, .f'L""--WML- ---- N H ..,. :""'s' -'---- ms .Mm-m-mg1i:L3:1::L.s5W'- we-'axe .... M-wrrff ,J awww W mamma aw. M.,-r.:wzf:f:.f.,....M. ,,., . -M M.: .--.-. es-,h.. W MMM .-.W ..mseesWrW....sNW .. f- . .,,..W,w.---e--- ...NNN-nf- - WWSL -N N A vm-Mwww-f-zwvwweemui Y. W mx...V........,.- , ,m,,2W'.s WM um... ss.a..s::s's.::.s:,. -M,Nw N,m Ewwx' e M55 'We ' we-ww Jlrfwaewm- QM UWM .,... 5 ,... :ff ...,, we--M . N - I 'EH we MARY H. PIEDMONT Mary Charleston . . . NYC-MM . . . KRV ... ,IC ... Southern Gentlemen . . . Smuggler's . . . long talks wfCara .. . formal dances . . . Pet Peeves: Broken promises and regrets . . . Col- ege. PAULA 5. PURVIS P.P. "I miss Tim" '55 Chevys and GTO's Bryan Adams . , . partying . . . "I gotta go to the station" . .. cruising friends ... horses ... Mic ... NH Tim 7f85, DM, IK, LT, KK, RP, KM Pet Peeves: Cooper Run, flashing blue lights, car breakdowns, judgemental people, and cur- fews Work, School, and being out on my own. MARENI M. PINERO Mareni "What's new?" . . . travel . . . good friends . . . foreign coun- tries . . , Pet Peeve: Homework . . , College. PETER B RALSTON Pedro Hiking .. . biking ,. , "If the horse won't pull, you've got to carry the load" jerrycise . . . candlemaking . . . "The average American will never realize that big brother takes the form of a box in their liv- ing room" . . . Pet Peeves: Ig- norance, Republicans, warm beer and paper stomachs Rocky Mountain High. WZ -.-M 'M M - M- V wma ,.,... I W saw, .. .. .... 4 V 1 BRIAN J. PLANTE Brian "In a big way!" . . . interests include running Pet Peeve: Amanda jordan's French accent Future plans are to join the Air Force. CHAD POSTLER Chad 53,1018 5, Qs ., w if I .52 I -i'i :Ti ANTHONY T. RASH Todd "Steve, please don't kill me!" . . . eatin fungus .. . Varnets ... Voivo Heaven ... "Hey, Smiley!" . . . Captain j. Morgan Special Ed Coke is it, but Pepsi is better R US Patent 220 "In the abundance of water! the fool is thirsty." R.N. Mar- ley . . . Pet Peeve: Erin's driv- ing skills .. , Lamborghini Countach LP5000f SHAWN T. RYCHLING Hubie Baseball 7 "You uys are HS" The Bobbydime . . , NYG's forever . . . Plain- field ...... up in the booth IJDM G and T's Fitz ... Mr. S ... Xmas at the lockers . . . Pet Peeve: Broken chairs College and Host NFL Today. GREGORY REINERTSEN Greg JOEL ROSS joel Navajo blanket weaving Pet Peeve: People who laugh at our silly paper games Founding a home for or- phaned children. BONNIE K. RYAN Kathy The Road of Life QEarl's Songj . . , Opal-friends QKKJ . . . Eu- ropean cafes and vino bianco . . . DTNET . . . heavy convos ... writing ... skiing QHMNKIJ ... music ... Chat- ham pizza Kc McD's Deutschland Puerto Rico lPC's 8: golf cartsl . . . lan- guage . . . 8-balls and hopeless obsessions . .. L the I. Sr M's PBs . .. Pet Peeves: Magnets, convoys, having no sense of directions . .. College. NAOMI A. SACHS Mara HSI '85 . .. Deutschland .. . "Every man beareth the whole stamp of the human condi- tion" . . . Passion Fruit Flambe . . . TA . . . Kayaanisgatsi . . . Pet Peeves: Hearts, rainbows, and unicornsg euphemisms, inhibitions, small bladders, "well .. . " .. . "Joie de vivre". Y . .i.aea'e::e" , , . SANDRA SADESKI Sandy Stafford Floyd CCRj , . . "I want to go to Stafford" . . . Pet Peeve: PR . ,. School and Work. BONNIE A. SAMUELS Bon Rich F. on rainy days "Calgon, take me away" Pet Peeves: People telling me what to do, no Rich on rainy days, and fish .. . College. Y' W ..,.,,:1,nm ' M -gm 4't""" M ..... M -F-F M . .... f . .-.M -s DANIEL SAPOVAL Dan Special interests include work- ing on cars . . . "Don't buy a Chevy!" . . . Pet Peeves: School and locks . . . Future plans in- clude work. iz ROBERT L. SEGUIN Bob Dance . . National Honor So- ciety . . . Future plans include College. JENNIFER j. Sl-IEA Jen Hoop 441 soccer Martha's Vineyard .. . sandy beaches Pet Peeves: NARKS!, PAF, goodbyes, baseball, and rain . . . Success. NATHANIEI. 1. SHEIDLEY Nat Running ... Germany ... "1:37" "X" 66685626 . . . Pet Peeves: The filthy ducks at UConn, and Reagon- omics .. . College. cms.. "' ' " ' . ,,.. I www? r in W . EW KENNETH D. SGRO Morte "I-leyba dude" . .. music . . . guitar ... basketball ... pool . . . the Buddhists cam- pouts . .. the dome , .. mag- ic bus Lelvlans Pet Peeves: Cold and ground zero . .. College. CHRISTOPHER SIKAND GLORIA SIMONELLI Chris Prui Hockey ... tennis ... Soccer softball skiin 12f22f84 2f18f85 ski- Pet Peeves: KAP, and ing . . . the beach . . , Califor- LYBF , . . College. 1113. IOELLE M. SMITH joe Sunsets . .. roses . .. the beach Ruinite skiing ... sailing . .. summer '84 . .. Pet Peeves: People who stand in the middle of the hall, re- search papers, and working on weekends . . . Air Force. mm ....,, ,, f 'Qin GORDON D. SNOW Cor Playing drums rock "Pearl, the only serious choice" . . . Pet Peeve: Wakka Wakka music . . . Future plans include the creation of loud, driving music. - ' "" ----- "" T...,.-- ' -me-W MICHAEL A. SIMS Mouse Landscaping graveyards . .. the beach .. . "It doesn't get any better than this" IIDM Hawaii LA at night skiing SA Pet Peeves: Getting cau ht, and up-tight people . . . join- son and Wales. DANIEL SMITH Dano "Chill" music camp- ing billiards Pet Peeves: Lateness, short math teachers .. . College. KENNETCH B. SNYDER Ken Tennis . . . school holidays .. . football . .. "What a scene!" . . . European cars . . . junk food . . . Pet Peeve: Any- thing relating to, resembling, or in any way similar to Mr. T I predict I will make my first million by twenty-five . . . College. SARA SONSTROEM Sara Roger swimming .. . ski- ing .. . The Who .. . The Bea- tles SKMJ Snowmen Pooh summer Pet Peeves: Backstroke and fish . . . College. N13-4.331 g a..-o,-. --f""m sm Nam... ww9"""q . .,., .... , - ...s..,., 7 N .,.. iw tN,..,.- fe - f H M -M - -..-., V M Wa, MTM. -ew-W ima. W , Wwe ----- .. ,,... ...,. . , -me -ww-W .-lee. WMA" 1 may - '-W N- . - W 1 ..,,..:.mgmMAMM:....w Yfik ..... K g?mj:..,..-Ee.--Wa..a ,, . , WW --W ----- 'twfw xx... . W --vr ... ...w3?w--- . W DONALD SOUCIE Don Cruising Williamntic in my 302 powered Maverick with Lisa .. . working on cars Pet Peeves: School and jocks Future includes part in all summer, then go to schooi for auto mechanics. RICHARD STEC Richard Running .. . 1:37 .. . weight- lifting . . . volleyball . . . "Hey, Babe, take a walk on the Wild Side" . . , the Beach , . . Vice Moose slippery people . . , Rastafariis . . . CM and the Colas . . . "You can do whatever you want to do" . . . CB ... Vrarner . .. B. and the Wailers . . . "Steve, please don't kill me!" . .. Magic Bus . . . Pet Peeves: Leaches and blackouts .. . College. JANET C. STAKE jan Competition intellectual stimulation . . . "Future oil supplies will seriously hinder our current life styles." . . . Espanol . .. running . .. ski- ing piano classical musicans - JW .. . Fiestas en lluvia . . . Pet Peeves: Im- promptus, "Where's your pass?", A period and PE Summer Dead Tour, then Col- lege. STEDMAN STORRS Sted He's friendly, cooperative, a steadfast worker seen at Priendly's good at sign language enjoys outside work. His future includes work. , ,,.,, .,.....,.....,...,.. .,... , ...M W .. WM .,W W ...QW . ,W .X wwwmr' WL" "W'S "' M-'L "WjQ,g1Z.'. ...... 11. . ' - .2-rriwt A .. we am' iZf..,.f'- it WNMW .- W "" i ffizifg g i ms z l JOHN D. STAKE Boney Baseball . .. skiing . . . ood times ... "Uh, ... I font think so!" . . . Pet Peeve: Mr. Robertson's pop quizzes , . . College. 5 . I' TRACEY L. STANCIL Tracey Unicorns rainbows .. D ante . . . Pet Peeves: Coun try music and Mustangs .. H xl? 5 ... . r 225 . E " 6' ,Q ' f s l i E 5 Q, 2. airdressing School. 1 1 i 5 3 5 5 WILLIAM A. SUITS Alan Grateful Dead "Better an honest rogue than a false hero" . . . Kali . . . I-Iacky Sack , . , weight-lifting . . . Beach Buddhism! ... Pet Peeves: Blank paper and "weighted" class rank .. . Eagle Scout and Merit Scholar . . . Trip around America, then Ivy League. SHERYL A. THOMPSON Sher Friends ... Tigers ... "Sounds like a personal prob- lem to me" . . . DT . .. horse- back riding . .. B and C study trips to CVS with Paula "Beth" Pet Peeves: Things stuck on my desk in VoAg, and peo le who call me Burnie .. . College. AIMEE THORNTON Short Stuff Movies guys money . . . guys with money . . . read- ing "Yuck!" cooking ... "Once short, always short" . . . Pet Peeve: Guys with baggy Levis on ... Graduation party and College. KELLY M. TOLLEPSON Kelly Skiin ...jake's ... 3918 ... the "Bag family" Smug- gler's . , . Vermont . . . candid shots .. . touring CT .. . The Flintstones . . . Pet Peeves: No Passing zones, and He-bub- bles . .. College. JENNIFER L. TROYER jen Rocky Horror Washing- KOH .. . Oct. 26, 1984 . . . smiles . . . hugs .. . teddy bears and other cuddly things . . . ice skating . . . "Beep!" . . . midnight . . . drivers ed . .. "I may be getting older, but I re- fuse to grow up" .. . Pet Peeve: Anything that tells time School, School, and more School PATRICK L. TUI7I'S JOHN VARGA PAUL A. VARGA Patrick Varga Paul Biking . . . running .. . the Scottie two man .. . Bud ... Aviation .. . band ... Pet pursuit of happiness . . , vaporizing at the door In- Peeve: Don johnson Fu- " ."-Harpo Marx po- ternational Harvester .. . Pet ture plans include College. tential sniper victim Col- Peeve: EO Pit "Partying lege. tonight?" . .. Work. L """ f"""'Nf' ' . my M2 ......... e.,e,L,.,,MM WN ..... . 1 WV N M gigs .... mann. fm. ....... N 'fi ....r.:'r """ W Wi W W - an -- - --- , :N rms.. . ns ww . , W - . .. L me .C mm L .1 WL, .. V ww ""' if ... fl... -H . mem, 7 . . new WAYNE H. VASSAR, JR. Wayne Parties . .. fast cars . .. riding motorcycles . . . "Laugh it up, fuss ball" . . , Pet Peeve: Mr's Daimond . . . Future plans: to be a success. LISA C. VEIGA Lis Music roses moon- light walks on starry nights ... sunsets ... ice cream ... Pet Peeves: Pressure, losing touch with friends, and good- byes . .. College. JAY C. WEINLAND Jay janet ... skiing .., SDN ... music . . . "Now we all know it's better, yesterday is past, now let's all start living for the one that's going to last"-Cat Stevens . . . Pet Peeves: Ber- nie Lurie, Green Death, Flash, 7:42, and Hartford trips . . . More School. SARAH WEXLER Sarah Swimming . . . skiing . . . body building California ... Arnold .. . Misquamicut The Body Shop Pet Peeves: Muzac, and people that don't like muscle . . . Col- lege. , ... gg: -L RUTH WAITE Ruth I s Q. DAVID WEEDEN David A s 1 1 E K 1 , l 2' 1 ,Ui :ill I E e rs 2? Z. 121 ffl 3, 1 3 1 X f' ,.,, . me til, 3 i GEOFFREY M. WHITE Geoff "Moda" New York City ... skiing ... YSL ... skat- ing with Tasha . . . designing "I'm so unique!" Pet Peeves: Mathematics and idle wealthy brats College. MATTHEW D. WICKLUND Matt Partying skiing cars Pet Peeves: Cops and hit and runs . . . Future plans in- clude stringing cable TV line. ELIZABETH WIERZBICKI Beth Squat Team, magazine please! RI AOKPAC Ape 8: Hen Sessions . . . FTM be- fore school Only for one year. Erin, thanks for feeling sorry! . .. Sadie, CP Sz GP ... Sue, there's no jacket required NBTW! Pet Peeves: Solid Gold Dancers and Mail- men .. . College. TERESA D. WILSON JD or Terry Partying Rush hang- ing out in Willi Pet Peeves: LD and KF . . . Future plans include work and get- ting married. PATRICIA A. WONG Patty Spandau Ballet . . . British In- vasion . . . "Check it out!" . . . Rock Concerts .. . 76ers . .. NY Yankees . . . royal blue Jaguars . . . Pet Peeve: "I don't like Mondays!" . . . the last of the Wongs Future: Eng- land and Europe. KATHRYN WRIGHT Kathy The beach after midnight . . . anything tropical . . . running in the rain . .. windsurfing . .. wild schemes ... Jah mu- sic art skiin the power room . . . the Tnag fam- ily . . . Holiday . . . "The most wasted day of all is that in which you have not laughed" . . . Pet Peeves: Cold weather, cliques, and slow drinkers . . . Travel and College. ANDREW T. YANG Andrew Tennis .. . Ping Pong .. Drawing ... Pet Peeves: Studying and homework Future plans include College. DARRYL FRENCH Darryl He will help everyone . . . has beautiful eyes . . . can be seen helping out at Buckley Hall . . . enjoys running errands nice dresser Future plans include work. W M ,WMWWM my mmwwsgavrmaamw --mwaruL ?M W :WWW N ,N ' ...,, .. ..MWW -sw-W - was-W--eimm V m g' L ,, mm.,m....,.. ., . . mam- ,.,..Wm.............w . V VAQAQ Rm Mwdmmrm . ,M . .. ......... Mxjilkw wmM'swee W...tl'ejMf:1W ee-- M fi' .... I We ...aw-Wgwwme-W Names- assume-, e'a'i-Mwiltzfisisf.-L.fwfl'WN .,... M ........ .----- - A-. fesfyrmmeewrm, .... :mzgwwr assesses-u rfQ1i.:x1,-,.. " Members of the Senior Class not pictured in the Senior Section include Virginia Ginger PATRONS Buttell Richard Heller Joseph Hines Eric Roy Mrs' Carolyn Lindlau and Joseph Joe Taylor. Karen Allard You just thought you escaped our clutches! Mr. Parmalee GOOD LUCK . . . . G d D HAPPY DAYS AHEAD ... ary an ebble Km MUCH SUCCESS . . . P, Rose to Q the Class Q 1986. Pat and Don Root Mr. William McKinley 11 11 I I I 11 If b W 5 it REMEMBER WHE . . . E SENIOR SUPERL TIVES MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Kathy RyanfDarryl Chiang BEST DRESSED Kathe Cable Peter Moral ' , 3 X 1 3 ll MOST STUDIOUS MOST SPIRITED Jean Lee Kate Kim Andrew Yang Mike Sims CLASS CLOWNS BEST SMU-E Erin Flynn Jennifer Shea Dylan Shaw RiCl4Y DiCaPUa MOST ATHLETIC Theresa Bouley Shawn Rychling CLASS FLIRTS MOST FRIENDLY Kate Paesani Kathy Fairbanks Peter Moral Andy Fairbanks MOST OPTlMlSTlC MOST MUSICAL julie Muller Kathy RYU1 Shawn Moriarty .lay Weinland CLASS COUPLE MOST UNIQUE Kate Kim and Melek Karclestuncer Dylan Shaw Geoff White MOST PESSIMISTIC CLASS ACTRESSXACTOR Theresa Bouley Kathy Ryan Todd Rash Dylan Shaw fl MOST TALKATIVE Sarah Kilcluff jesse Lerman MOST ARTISTIC Kirsten 0'Rourke Darryl Chiang MOST QUIET Kim Breu Patrick Tufts CLASS WILL I, Jennifer Allen, leave Reese LaCasse, a pen to write messages on the bottoms of people's shoes. I, Heather Elizabeth Barclay, leave to jared, long talks and a plate of shrimp, to Steve a japanese-Irish accent in case he ever needs it again, and to my brother James, survival and happiness for the next three years. I, Randy Barrett, leave all leaky roofs to the freshmen. I, Denise Barstow, leave to Fraulein Theis a Mercedes Convertible to demonstrate her speedster capabilities in, to jared some doctors to take care of his Latin-class-induced ulcers, and backstage a few parsley plants for naive Drama Club freshman. I, Michael Baron, leave my literal, democratic news to Chris Bevin. I, Elizabeth Bassett, leave to all my friends lots of luck and happi- ness, jill Rose, one pound of Washington, D.C. wet Gummie Bears, Jennifer Webster, the memories of the talks to and from Volleyball games about ?, Trudy Quealy the nickname "Bruser", Andrea one last "moo." I, Mark Bilokur, leave a totem for Mr. Nelson and a sacrificed goat for Mrs. jerue-Archibald. I, Theresa Bouley, leave to the Field Hockey team the best of luck and the challenge for anyone to beat my accumulated amount of fraziers, to Carin, Sarah, Dee, Katey, Amy, Lauren, 8: Debbie I leave lots of love, to Dorota, a tongue so she can talk to people, Mr. McKinley, my eyes, and to my nephew Ernie, high hopes that he never has to deal with Mr. Freudenstein for Math. I, Brendon Boyce, leave Reiny-Heiny to take over the S.D.N. Mo- phia. I, Kimberlie Breu, leave to Melissa Wright, the encouragement to swim as well next year as she did this year. I, Melissa Burke, leave Susie, Allie, Linda, jennifer, and all the other future Varsity Volleyball players the motivation and the drive to win! I, Paula Burke, leave Mr. Csere my 52.5.00 deposit for the coffee club. Where is my mug? I, Megan Chapman, leave Chris Conrad his M.I.B, and R.A.H. in hopes that he will use them well, to Dana Garrison, a box of index cards, six blue pens and a Diet Pepsi, I leave my place in Mr. Thomen's class to anyone who can give him a bigger hassle, and my love and encouragement to everyone in Vo-Ag. I, Darryl Chiang, leave to little sister Tracey 30 vats of heath bar crunch and one big spoon so she can "chow" indifinitely! I, jennifer Clark, leave jon Clark all the luck in his last two years at EOS, to Scott Hall, a set of written instructions on how to play Ants in the Pants in PE next year. I, Dan Cokash, leave to Mike Savino, all my good busts. I, Russ Crossen, leave my ability to make bracelets to anyone who wants it. I, Lisa Davis, leave Rebecca the long, boring bus rides, to Lori, my laughter so she can keep in good spirits during those "B" studies, to Brian, all my love, and my passing grades - you'd better keep them up, Buddy! I, joe Deslauries, Leave good times with Mrs. White, and Mr. G to my worthy substitutes. I, Richard DiCapua, leave my brother, Ken, a good slap of some good sense to help him through next year. I, Tammy Dionne, leave Jennifer Saegaert the "new" E.O. Smith that I never had the chance to enjoy, to Liz Millette, a memorable senior year. I, Mic Doyle, leave all my computer software to David Kelly. I, Steph Duers, leave to Moneca Breiland, stealing her own car, to jason Rucker, money so he can get a good hair cut, and to Greg Cowen, lots of luck and fun in the future. I, jennifer Duguay, leave to Orion a big smile and lots of fun, to Melissa, and Dina lots of luck, and to jan, stay out of trouble!! I, Cathi Dunnack, leave to Bruce Roper, a lot of good luck. I, Kathy Fairbanks, leave better luck to the swim team and a coach, to Peirre, I leave a cinnamon-raisin donut, and to jumbo, a hug and an everlasting smile, "I'll miss youll" I, K C, leave Marta, Sharon, Lori, and Marianne, the great times I had at E.O. Smith, and lots of hugs to make it through the year without me. I, Erin Flynn, leave Debbie Thompson the best of luck in her next 3 years at E.O. Smith, and to Kent Madden, a piece of ABC gum. I, Richard Frappier, leave to Mr. Diamond, all the pens I borrowed from him, and to Ms. Maljanian, a worry free life. I, Terrie Frappier, leave to Timmy Bryant, some brain cells to make it through the remaining years at this pit! I, Kathe Gable, leave to Valerie P. and Kim S. a carton of Marlboros to smoke at the FAC behind Iimmy's back. I, Adine Garrison, leave to Don Sholes the hope that he will learn that Ford is, and always will be, better than Chevy and Dodge. I, Aaron Geramin, leave to Mr. R a wack up side the head. I, julie Glode, leave to Andrea, a hug and a "hoot", to Bryn, Glenn, Roger, and Shannon, a big hug and lots of luck in their remaining years at Smith, and to Cathi, Lisa, Beth, Bryan, and Tracy, good luck for the future, and thanks for all the good times. I, Eric Greenwald, leave Monique with her final year at Smith - make it a good one! I, Theresa Gyure, leave to Ron Grover bubble gum, jelly beans and lots of happiness. I, Alyson Haeger, leave to Todd Maines, the present he never gave me and to joe Stake, the hope of making it to my parties. I, Stephanie Hawthorne, leave to Ryan Hawthorne, the best of luck in the hole they call E.O. Smith, and the teachers, good luck with my youngest Brother Brandon. I, james Hayes, leave to David, my ability to slip by any hall monitor unseen!! I, jean Lee, leave to Mr. Blanchette my overstretched glass rods, to Gerbil Shark, our book of notes, to my sister, Tracey Chaing, good luck in CC and lots of fun, to Marc Bailey, the math team and 1,00 tickles, and to Rebecca Earley, the best memories of my life and an everlasting friendship - love ya! I, jesse Lerman, leave to David Bennett, a box of Goobers candy, the reasons for which are obvious, and the Sarah Dane, a specimen jar. I, Matthew Litt, leave to Dave "pops" Bennett, my underworld Empire, to jen and Melissa - lots of luck with their law firm and a smily, to Chris Mercier, a new set of lungs, and to S much love and "Thank you". I, Stanley Maclure, leave to Chris Conrad two more years of putting up with Mr. Cook. I, Kevin Maines, leave jim Emmino a bowl to wash his face. I, Leila Manfred, leave to Liz and Deena all the luck in the world to live through their last years at E.O. Smith, and to Shorty, the strength to continue working at Smith because he is much appreci- ated. I, Jeannette Marchisa, leave to Mrs. Higgins, a larger refrigerator, a new coffee maker and a microwave oven to complete her kitchen. I, Heli Martinson, leave to Laura Manning 3 more great years and a field hockey party, to Pierre, our morning chats, and to Jumbo, the great times and his nephew, and finally to Greg Cowan and Lyle Yorks, a lots of "hi's". I, Dawn Mattison, leave to Larry, all my love and dreams of tomor- row, to jamie, Kate, Kristi, and Sarah, a great senior year, to Tim, a pack of cigarettes, to Tad, money for the video in Paul's, to Barbie, good luck and another big sister. I, Kevin McCall, leave my AMC Hornet to Larry Tangari so he can faithfully come to school everyday. I, Natasha Millikan, leave to joe Beermann, an indestructable teeth- ing ring lperhaps made of ironj and a garter belt, and to Jared Leadbetter, Memories of Gypsy moth caterpillars, forgiveness Ifinal- lylj, and the big hug that he deserves for having such awesome parties. I, Lori Mills, leave to the Class of '87 best wishes, and to Kelly Lockwood, my good personality because she needs it. I, MaryEllen McGuire, leave to Encka Carter, a gallon of OJ and a 1985 SAAB, to Dave Bennett, memories of the BUNDA joke, to Dave Ring, my presidency tif he wants itj, and to janet, I leave forever memories of painting trees on the corner, PRR at 7 am, and thanks for always being a friend, DMSR!! I, Denna Moore, leave Heather Shafer a great senior year full of happiness and laughter, to jeff Shafer lots of happiness and to Mr. Dick, a special thanks for putting up with me- Todd I love you!!! I, Shawn Moriarty, leave to ,lared Leadbetter a boxing glove and a pair of inflatable shorts fpass them onli I, Peter Morral, leave to Mr. Robertson a large supply of mailboxes and to Lyle Yorks and Mike Surber, good luck in the future. I, joyce Mosier, leave to Dee Watson and all the other underclassper- sons that I know the best of luck. I, Bryan Mutch, leave Bryn, Roger and Glenn their very own fully equiped kitchen with a one-year supply of munchies, to Beth, a new set of knees, to Tracy, my cousin jeff, and to Julie, a window. I, Lisa Nadile, leave to Pam a college man, to jared, a pair of scissors, to joel, some class, and to everyone else I leave a smile and a wave. I, Sheryl Nasansky, leave Liouba McAlee the pleasure of taking "care" of Kelly when I'm gone, to Bonny-Jo Lipsky, my fur coat, and to Tom Steadward, a Harley. I, Scott Noel, leave to all juniors in Natural Resources Mr. Sibiga, who has very little patience left. I, Sarah Oberschall, leave Danno Cole all the LG's left in this school. I, Kirsten Olsen, being of warped mind and questionable taste, leave to Andrea, "the wild woman of Borneo", to Geoff, the key to the space-time continuum, to Chantelle, the care of Bijoux and Nermal II, to jason "Superfrosh" Bradway, I leave the secret to life?, TO LIFE! itself? ITSELF!, to my pet freshmen, lots and lots of love! I, Kirsten O'Rourke, leave to Mickey M. and jason R. all the victo- ries they deserve, to Lyle Y., memories of pizzas with S. H. and M. G., and to Mark D., all the luck in the world and an eternal friend- ship CI still owe you a dinnerj. I, Kate Paesani, leave to Lyle Yorks a "thank you" for the many smiles he brought me, to the field hockey team, lots of luck and spaghetti dinners, to Katie Whitacre, my number 10, and finally, but most importantly, to Ken, many special memories and a git senior year! I, Pamela Pellegrine, leave to E. C., S. A. D., J. L., and L. O. a smile and the hopes that they continue to sing well in the Chorus, to L. O., Z. M., C. L., M. B., S. S., and N. Z., the Deutschtunde ohne mich, and to Tigerfraulein, I leave Denken uber Wolfie! I, Mary Piedmont, leave to Dee Cereto, one more year of French and a trip to Paris. I, Brian Plante, leave to J. D. Duckstein my ability to talk my way out of almost anything. I, Paula Purvis, leave to my sister Barbie all my good times and the hope that she has four uneventful but fun years-Best of Luck!, to all my friends with one year left, I'll miss you, but it'll be over before you know it, best of luck, Tangari! I, Peter Ralston, leave to any underclassmen who happen to be potheads: DON'T take Spanish - you'll never survive! I, Todd Rash, leave to the soccer team a copy of the movie, "Revenge of the Nerds" so they can memorize all the lines, and a steel pipe to Tim H. and joe S. to hit Gret C. every time he goes, "Ashhee shee shee". I, Kathy Ryan, leave jim Ryan lots of luck - you may be a hass- licher Verlierer, Jim, but you make an awesome brother and I'll miss you. I, Shawn Rychling, will to Lyle Yorks my incredible knack for ping pong, a rubber ball to squeeze, a fishing pole, and 454 for a Larry Bird special. I, Naomi Sachs, leave to jared a bunch of bananas for lunchtime humor, to jake, I leave one dozen long-stemmed clovers, and my abundant collection of Sean Cassidy record to divide evenly with jared lliterally, I hopell. Hope you two can stand the pressure of seniority. I,,Sandy Sadeski, leave this pit for good. I, Bonnie Samuels, leave Ms. Maljanian-Kerr lots of thanks, I'm going to miss you, and to Nancy Howie, a hairspray-free bathroom in the mornings. I, Dylan Shaw, leave nothing, 'cause I don't like no one. I, jennifer Shea, leave Sarah many memories and an everlasting friendship, jen, the 414, Todd, a hug and kiss, Mark, patience to deal with my cousin, Mike Chirgwin, a smile and a GREAT SEN- IOR YEARI, Pat and Kris, luck and the school, my cuz Marc, the ability to be quiet for 5 minutes, and Lyle, a P. Y ticket to remember me by and much happiness. I, Gloria Simonelli, leave 410, 9!6f85, to Tim, a piece of gum, to janet, a great big thanks, Dude 1, to Sarah H., a new pair of skates, to Kristi, some dancing shoes, to julie, a 100'-50' goal, to Sandy, U. W. and some football shoulder pads to help you carry the soccer team next year! Hey, you're the best, and I'll miss ya lots! I, Mike Sims, leave to Mark DesRosiers a bottle of mousse, and to joe Stake, good luck keeping up being obnoxious. I, joelle Smith, leave David Moore my skiing technique in hopes that he will use it well. L, Gordon Snow, leave to Jennifer Madison my left shoulder to rest her weary head in times of great sorrow. I, Sara Sonstroem, leave to the Swim Team a pool and decent practice hours, to Coach, a watch so he can make it on time fas if it would do any goodj, and to Melissa Wright, a bag of Fritos because hers are probably still on the floor of the van. I, john Stake, leave my brother, joe, all the luck in the world. I, Tracey Stancil, leave to Liz Milette the courage to carry on with another year at E. O. Pit. I, Richard Stec, leave jake Tamarkin numerous UConn frisbees with the hope that they will be used for their real purpose. I, William Suits, leave an identity to jake Tamarkin. I, Sheryl Thompson, leave Willis 1 MRY with MT, and with Beth Bassett I leave the secret to D.O.M. to Burnie. I, Aimee Thornton, leave to Maureen Doucette a Reeces Pieces sundae, to Sarah Panciera, a "how to" book, and to Katie Saegaert, a bigger locker. I, Kelly Tollefson, leave to jan Duprey my awesome ping pong skill to end his humiliation, and to Lyle Yorks, a swatch so he can be ultra cool. I, Patrick Tufts, leave Jon Kostiner to the Varsity Cross Country Team, and Ray Sidney to an unsuspecting Class of '87. l, Paul Varga, leave to my sister Mary-Lyn the horror of two more years of Band. 1, Wayne Vassar, to Mr. McKinley: It's been great knowing you as one of our administrators. But I leave you with one last headache. I, Lisa Veiga, leave to my sister Meghan lots of luck in her future years at E. O. Smith, to Glenn, lots of good fortune and happy times. I, jay Weinland, leave this school happily. I, Sarah Wexler, leave to Katie Shannon the patience it takes to put up with "Coachy Poo" and losing seasons! I, Geoff White, leave to Jared Leadbetter my best wishes for success with his cello and lots of patience for his senior year, to Joe Beer- mann, I wish three happy remaining H. S. years. I, Matt Wicklund, leave to Wayde my empty baggies. I, Elizabeth Wierzbicki, leave to Allison, Clara, and jenny a psycho- dynamic theory and the memory of that one D period, and to E. O. Smith, the thought that you'd never be able to deal with the Dirty Rottens. I, Theresa Wilson, leave to Chris B. Griffin and Karen lots of partying and 'bye forever. I, Patty Wong, leave Rebecca Earley, 365 blond hair, blue-eyed, muscular built inflatable dolls to be her companions on lonely days at Cup O'Sun. There will be one companion each day for her senior year, so I hope your final year will be filled with ecstasy. Have fun and good luck. SENIOR DIRECTORY Stephen Abbot, Activities: Oracle 15 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1,25 Ski- ing 1,25 Arcadia 2,4. jennifer Allen, Activities: Volleyball 1,25 Chorus 25 Ski Club 3. Andrew Baltronis, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,45 Greenhand Award 15 Chapter Farmer 25 Sth place, State Horticulture Landscape judging Competition 3. Heather Barclay, Activities: Advanced Mixed Chorus 1,25 MYF 1,25 Drama Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 Arcadia 3,45 Virtu 45 WCY, President 4. Randy Barrett, Activities: FFA 2,3,4. Denise Barstow, Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Virtu 1,2,45 Amnes- ty International 15 Chorus 1,25 German Dancing 1,2,3,45 Model Con- gress 25 Student Council 25 Cross-Country 35 Germany Exchange 3. Michael Baron, Activities: International Association, 3,45 Yearbook 4. Elizabeth Bassett, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3, Chairperson Earnings and Savings Committee 2,3, Vice-President 45 Basketball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Band 1,2,35 Volleyball 2,3,45 Student Council 2,3,45 Ski Club 45 Safe Rides 4. joseph Bouchard, Activities: Track 2,3. Theresa Bouley, Activities: Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Softball 2,4. Brendan Boyce, Activities: Soccer 2. Kimberlie Breu, Activities: Swimming 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 4. Melissa Burke, Activities: Political Union 1,25 Student Council 25 Volleyball 2,3,4. Paula Burke, Activities: Yearbook 4. Malgorzata Bzymek, Activities: Ski Club 2,3,45 MWUF Club 4. Megan Chapman, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4, Assistant Reporter 2, Sec- retary 3, President 45 Vo-Ag Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 State FFA Conven- tion 2,35 FFA Citizenship Award 35 National FFA Convention 4. joy Cheney, Activities: Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Skiing 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Yearbook 3,45 Teen Awareness Week 35 Blood Mobile 4. Darryl Chiang, Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Yearbook Title Page 2,35 Yearbook Cover 45 Virtu Treasurer 3, Co-Editor 45 Honor Society 3,4, President 4. ,Ienifer Clark, Activities: jazzdance 25 Peer Outreach 3,4. Daniel Cokash, Activities: Baseball 3. Kelley Comiskey, Activities: Field Hockey 1,25 Gymnastics 15 Stu- dent Council 25 Explorers Club 3,4. Lisa Davis, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4. Richard DiCapua, Activities: Soccer 1,25 Skiing 1,2,45 Yearbook 45 Hockey 4. Tammy Dionne, Activities: Yearbook 4. Stephanie Duers, Activities: Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Mock-Trial 3,4. jose Enrich Majo, Activities: Foreign Student5 Cross-Country 45 Basketball 45 Ski Club 4. Andrew Fairbanks, Activities: Soccer 15 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Mock Trial 25 Student Council 3,45 Safe Rides 3,45 Honor Society 45 Germany 4. Katharine Fairbanks, Activities: Swimming 1,2,3,45 Track 3,45 Year- book 45 Safe Rides 45 Explorers Club 4. Kathleen Farrington, Activities: Vo-Ag I, 25 Vo-Ag II, 35 Vo-Ag III, 4. Erin Flynn, Activities: Ski Club 2,3,4. Terrie Frappier, Activities: Vo-Op 3,4. Kathe Gable, Activities: I.V. Field Hockey 1,25 Varsity Track 1,2,3,45 Freshman Class Treasurer: Varsity Cross Country 35 Junior Class Treasurer5 Ski Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Senior Class Trea- surer. Adine Garrison, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,45 Track 1. Richard Gaynor, Activities: Basketball 1,2,3. julie Glode, Activities: Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 45 Peer Outreach 3,4. Eric Greenwald, Activities: Basketball 15 Intramural Basketball 3. Eric Grunigen, Activities: Skiing 2,3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Safe Rides 3,45 Explorers Club 4. Theresa Gyure, Activities: Field Hockey 2,35 Ski Club 3,4. Alyson Haeger, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,45 junior Leadership Confer- ence 15 Hugh O'Brien Leadership Conference 25 Work Experience Abroad 35 Yearbook 45 National FFA Convention 4. Michael Hall, Activities: Track 2,35 Facing 1984 25 Amnesty Interna- tional 35 Facing 1986 45 International Association 45 Virtu 4. Billie-jo Hampton, Activities: Softball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Vo-Op 4. Stephanie Hawthorne, Activities: Softball 1,4. Tracy Hebblewaite, Activities: Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Cheerleading 2,35 Track and Field 25 Ski Club 4. Stacey Huntley, Activities: Cross Country 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Ex- plorers Club 35 Ski Club 3,45 Safe Rides 3,45 Student Council 45 Yearbook 4. jeffrey Jeannette, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4. Bradley johnson, Activities: Ski Club 1,2,3,45 J.V. Cross Country 1,25 Freshman Basketball 15 j.V. Golf 1,25 Model Congress 1,25 Model U.N. 15 Basketball 3,45 Cup-O Club 35 The Straws 4. Laura Kamm, Activities: Vo-Op 3,4. Melek Kardestuncer, Activities: Handball 15 Drama Club 1,2,45 Track 1,35 International Association 2,3,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Tutor Program 3,45 Human Behavior Week 35 Russian Trip 45 Student Council 4. Tarik Kardestuncer, Activities: Swimming 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Model U.N. 4. Luke Karosi, Activities: Yearbook 4. Irene Karpf, Activities: j.V. Soccer 15 Varsity Soccer 25 Model Con- gress 15 j.V. Cheerleading 25 Varsity Cheerleading 3,4, Co-Captain 45 Ice Hockey Club 3,45 Yearbook 4. john Khairallah, Activities: Soccer 15 Tennis 15 Basketball 15 Com- puter Team 4. Sarah Kilduff, Activities: Field Hockey 2,3,45 Softball 2,45 Tennis 35 Peer Outreach 3,45 Saferides 3. Katherene Kim, Activities: Soccer 1,2,3,45 Student Government Sec- retary 1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 Drama Club 1,2,35 Musicals 1,2,35 Blood Mobile 3,45 Explorers Club 45 Yearbook 45 New York Society Club 4. Renee Kraus, Activities: Swimming 1,2,35 Data Based Unit 1,2,3,45 International Association 3,4. Todd Labbe, Activities: Vo-Ag 1,25 Vo-Op 3,4. Melissa Ladd, Activities: j.V. Field Hockey 15 Varsity Field Hockey 2,3,4, Captain 45 Varsity Softball 1,2,3,45 Yearbook 45 National Hon- or Society 4. Albert Lavoie, Activities: j.V. Baseball 1,25 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Oracle 4. jean Lee, Activities: American Computer Science League 1,2,3,45 New England Math League 1,2,3,45 AGLP Math League 2,3,45 Greater New London Math Conference 1,2,3,45 j.V. Track and Field 15 Varsi- ty Track and Field 2,3,45 Varsity Cross Country 3,45 National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4. Neal Leibowitz, Activities: Varsity Cross Country 1,2,3,4. jesse Lerman, Activities: Varsity Golf 1,2,3,45 Varsity Basketball 2,3,45 Yearbook 2,3,45 Oracle 2,3,45 Model Congress 2.5 Model U.N. 45 Press Booth 4. Matthew Litt, Activities: Tennis 1,2,3,45 j.V. Hackey Sack 25 Varsity Hackey Sack 3,45 Oracle 3,45 Model U.N. 45 Yearbook 45 Ski Club 4. Stanley Maclure, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 2, President 35 Work Study 4. Kevin Maines, Activities: Track I, 25 Track III, 4. Leila Manfred, Activities: International Association 1,2,3,45 Model Congress 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Model U.N. 2,3,45 Volley- ball 2,3,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Safe Rides 45 Facing 1986 4. Jeannette Marchisa, Activities: Yearbook 4. Heli Martinson, Activities: Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Explorers Club 2,35 Yearbook 3,45 International Association 4. Dawn Mattison, Activities: J.V. Soccer 15 Varsity Soccer 25 Band 1,25 J.V. Cheerleading 25 Varsity Cheerleading 3,4. Natasha Millikan, Activities: Math Team 1,2,3,45 Computer Team 1,2,3,45 Model Congress 15 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Tennis 2. Lori Mills, Activities: Vo-Op 4. Mary Ellen McGuire, Activities: Drama Club 15 Varsity Soccer 3,45 Varsity Track 3,45 Student Council 3,4, President 45 Mock Trial 35 Safe Rides 3,45 Girls State 35 Senate Intern 35 Model U.N. 4. Stacee Mills, Activities: Ski Club 1,2,35 Vo-Op 4. Denna Moore, Activities: Vo-Ag 1,2,3,45 Vo-Ag Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Yearbook 4. Shawn Moriarty, Activities: German Dancing 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,4, President 45 Model Congress 15 Student Council 15 Sopho- more Class President: International Association 25 Safe Rides 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Judo 2,35 Karate 45 Morris Dancing 4. Peter Morral, Activities: Soccer 1,2,3,45 Explorers Club 45 Yearbook 4. Joyce Mosier, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4. Jewell Muller, Activities: Field Hockey 15 Art Club 15 Explorers Club 2,3,45 Volleyball 2,35 Track 2,35 Safe Rides 2,45 Ski Club 2,3,4, Secre- tary 45 Student Council 3,45 Blood Mobile 4. Lisa Nadile, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Softball 15 Safe Rides 25 Student Council 3,45 Drama Club 3,4. Scott Noel, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,45 Greenhand Degree 15 Chapter Farmer Degree 25 Tractor Driving 3,45 Chapter Sentinel 45 Natural Resources Contest 4. Sarah Oberschall, Activities: Volleyball 1. Kirsten Olsen, Activities: Art Club 3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Explorers Club 3,45 International Association 35 Oxfam 35 Amnesty International 35 Model U.N. 2,3. Colin O'Rourke, Activities: Basketball 1,25 Track 3,4. Kirsten O'Rourke, Activities: Chorus 1,2,3,45 Madrigals 1,2,3,45 Dra- ma Club 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 35 Track 3,4. Katherine Paesani, Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 15 Varsity Field Hockey 2,3,4, Captain 45 Freshman Class Vice-President5 Student Council 15 Teen Awareness Week Organizer 35 Ski Club 45 Yearbook 45 Graduation Committee 4. Pamela Pellegrine, Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,4, Senior Rep.5 Cho- rus 1,2,3,4, Sophomore Rep., President 45 P.F. 1,2,3,4, President 45 German Club 2,3,45 Youth Choir 3. Mary Piedmont, Activities: Cheerleading 1,25 JNHS 15 Track 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 2,3,45 Yearbook 3,4, Editor 45 Safe Rides 4. Brian Plante, Activities: Track and Field 2,3,4. Anthony Rash, Activities: Basketball 15 Golf 1,25 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Tennis 3,4. Bonnie Ryan, Activities: Swim Team 1,2,3,45 Greater Hartford Youth Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,25 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 All-Eastern CT Orchestra 2,3,45 All-Connecticut Orchestra 2,35 Ski Club 3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Junior Class Vice-President5 Bloodmobile 3,45 Human Awareness Week 35 Yearbook 45 Virtu 45 Oracle 4. Shawn Rychling, Activities: Oracle, 1,2,45 Model U.N. 15 Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,45 Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Safe Rides 45 Yearbook 4. Naomi Sachs, Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,35 Madri- gals 1,2,35 German Folkdancers 1,25 Arcadia 3,45 Amnesty Interna- tional 3,45 National Honor Society 35 Alexander Muss High School in Israel 35 International Association 45 Facing 1986 4. Russel Shaw, Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4. Jennifer Shea, Activities: J.V. Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 45 Varsity Soccer 2,3,4, co-Captain 45 Safe Rides 3,45 Year- book 3,45 Senior Class Vice-President5 Explorers Club 4. Nathaniel Sheidley, Activities: Model Congress 1,2, Treasurer 25 German Exchange 35 Varsity Cross Country 45 Track 45 Honor Soci- ety 45 Student Council 45 Virtu 45 Oracle, Editor of editorial staff 45 International Club 45 Model U.N. 4. Christopher Sikand, Activities: Hockey Club 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Tennis 4. Gloria Simonelli, Activities: J.V, Soccer 15 Varsity Soccer 2,3,4, M.V.P. 3, M.V.P. 4, Captain 45 Varsity Softball 2,3,45 J.V. Basketball 3. Michael Sims, Activities: J.V. Soccer 1,25 Varsity Soccer 35 Ski Club 1,2,45 Peer Outreach 3,45 Safe Rides 3,45 Junior Town Council 45 Yearbook 45 Explorers Club 4. Daniel Smith, Activities: Soccer 1,25 Hockey 2,3,45 Tennis 4. Kenneth Snyder, Activities: Basketball 15 Tennis 1,25 Varsity Tennis 3,4. Sara Sonstroem, Activities: Swimming 1,2,3,45 Band 15 Ski Club 2. Janet Stake, Activities: J.V. Field Hockey 15 Chorus 1,2,45 Model Congress 15 Piano 1,25 Drama Club 1,25 Sophomore Class Vice- President5 Ski Club 2,35 J.V. Track 25 Junior Class President: Varsity Swimming 35 Explorers Club 3,45 Teen Awareness Week 35 Varsity Cross Country 45 Varsity Track 4. John Stake, Activities: J.V. Baseball 1,25 J.V. Soccer 1,25 Varsity Baseball 3,4. Tracey Stancil, Activities: Vo-Op 3,4. Richard Stec, Activities: Tennis 15 Yearbook 45 Track 45 Oracle 4. William Suits, Activities: Scouting 1,25 Drama Club 35 Virtu 3,4. Sheryl Thompson, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4. Aimee Thornton, Activities: German Club 3. Kelly Tollefson, Activities: Field Hockey 15 Basketball 15 Track 1,2,45 Model Congress 1,25 Ski Club 2,3,45 Safe Rides 25 Cross Country 35 Blood Mobile 3,45 Yearbook 3,45 Explorers Club 3,45 Student Council 4. Jennifer Troyer, Activities: Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Model Congress 15 Math Team 4. Patrick Tufts, Activities: Chorus 15 Math Team 1,2,3,45 Computer Science Team 1,2,3,45 Track Team 25 Varsity Track Team 3,45 Varsity Cross Country 3,45 Drama Club 4. Paul Varga, Activities: Band 1,2,3,4. Lisa Veiga, Activities: Band 1,2,3,4. Jay Weinland, Activities: Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Band 1,25 Fiddler on the Roof 15 CVYWE 1,2,3,45 Italy Tour 15 GHYO 1,2,35 Peer Outreach 3,4. Sarah Wexler, Activities: Swimming 1,2,3,45 Skiing 2,3,45 Chorus 2. Geoffrey White, Activities: Art Club 15 Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Fiddler on the Roof 15 Bye Bye Birdie 25 One-Act Plays 35 Student Council 1,2,35 Safe Rides 2,45 Virtu 3,45 Yearbook 4. Teresa Wilson, Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4. Patricia Wong, Activities: Vo-Op 3,4. Kathryn Wright, Activities: Art Club 15 Model Congress 15 Explor- ers Club 2,3,45 J.V. Volleyball 25 J.V. Track 25 Student Council 2,35 Safe Rides 2,3,45 Varsity Cross Country 35 Ski Club 3,45 Yearbook 3,45 Blood Mobile 3,45 Facing 1984 Week 3. 11 PHOTO DIRECTORY Pg 10 GOLF J Lerman B Rrce P Srmonelh M Desrosrers J Ryan R Carrano M Chlrgwrn E Spekle G Dronne E Ward J Soracchr E Hoye D Rrng P Maloney B Desrosrers Coach D Lappala Pg 10 GIRLS TENNIS D Bzymek A Ph1lpotts L Rash R Prescott A Leonard K Duffy S Srmpson A Schmerl S Krl duff L Okstern S Okstem Coach M Phrlpotts Pg 10 BOYS TENNIS A Fa1rbanks C Orrs J Baron K Sny der S Lrndquxst A Yang E Mugnarnr S Setty D Snyder M Wehrle Coach R Cole Pg 12 GIRLS TRACK 8: FIELD J Cheney K Farrbanks K Gable ICO CaptJ S Huntley M Kardustuncer J Lee ME McGu1re J Muller K ORourke ICO Captl M Predmont A Karmel J McCarthy D Stout J Walker J Benolt K Blawle D Graeber C Hlgg1HS H Kubasek K Kubasek M Labonte C McCue J Petrrllo Coachesj Do1ron and C Sull1van Pg 13 BOYS TRACK E Amdur T Broberg E Fenn O Kouat ly G Mason K Repass K Roulrer K Trngey J Walker J Bouchard M Hall N Lerbowrtz S Mor1arty C ORourke P Tufts A Amdur T Chenelle D Cole D Ferrero S H111 A Horton T Kardestuncer J Kostxner M Montrcello C Neme cek S Pfalzgraf D Root M Schroeder R Srdney M Wrckless G Bent T Burns -I Clark F David M Marnes T Malnes P McHugh E Robertson J Rucker Coachesj Dougherty andj OKeefe Whalen P DeMello R Barry T Hultgren E Koehn R Kouat ly J Srmpson K Greene R Gable M Olzrnskr M H1ll D Maha C Naumec Coach P Txnkham Pg 15 VARSITY BASEBALL tCapt D B Specyalskr QCo Capt JJ Hodgson K Naumec D Dyer I Courcy W Buck S Rychlrng A Lavore D Parmelee I Rychhng T Horton Coachj Parme ee Pg 16 SOFTBALL fTr1CaptJ S Woodworth M Kegler M Ladd G S1monell1 tTr1CaptH Naumec A Weller S Wood worth M Wr1ght S Dane C Van Gelder D Dyer D Delorme D Cerreto j Webster M Mrller M Heller Coach M Krodel Pg 24jUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS E Carter Pres C Long V1ce Pres L Okstern Sec E Carter Tres Pg 26 Vocat1onalOpportun1t1es Groupl V Buttell T Delmas tro D Donnarumma S Frtch T Frappler BJ Hampton Hawthorne D Hostetter L Kamm S Lemrre A Malkus Maclure K S1rotnak C Smrth j Varga W Vassar R Warte Wong T Bryant Pg 26 Group II J Backofen J Deane L Ford R Frapprer Heller J Hynes T Labbe R Laroe B Long A Mastrangelo McCall L Mrlls V Potter D Sapoval B Snyder D Soucre Stancrl J Taylor M Wrcklund S Hawthorne Pg 28 STUDENT COUNCIL M McGu1re tPresJ A Farrbanks LVICE Presj B Brnau Hansen fV1C9 ProTemJ L Nadnle fSecj C Nemecek1TresD Semor Representatrves N Sherdly S Huntley S Rychlrng M Kardestencer j Muller K Tolhfson junror Representatrves D Rlng A Re1le1n T Sternen M Buck A Karmel H Everhart Sophomore Representatrves M Morgan T Chrrstman M Labonte L Yorks M McGuxre Freshman Repre sentatrves P Shea T Chrrgwrn K Lewrs S D1Benedetto J Anselment VoAg Representatlves L McK1nney B Bassett Pg 28 HONOR SOCIETY D Chrang A Farrbanks M Ladd K Lee L Manfred N Mrllrkan K Ryan N Sachs R Seguln M Shannon N She1dley A Yang Pg 29 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION T Burkett N Lerbowltz N Sherdley J Leadbetter M McGu1re j Lerman N Sachs M Hall M Kardestuncer M Baron ,I Healey T Kardes tuncer A Matthews T Chrlstman j Baron D Cencto A Amdur M Kennedy C Long A Re1le1n A L91bOWllZ T Ma dych M Ouelette Pg 29 PEER OUTREACH J Clark J Glode j Goldberg D Haskew M Klrshenbaum S Kllduff A Leonard C Mercler S Okstern T Rash M Srms C Vangelder j Wernland Pg 30 MATH TEAM A Yang j Baron M Barley F Davrd E Hersh F Lex L Okstern I Walker j Ryan A Lerbowrtz COM PUTER TEAM J Baron M Barley P Tufts K Lewrs A Yang I Ryan J Khalrallah detto S Morrarty D Barstow S Kredel P Bartok A Re1le1n T Chrrstman S Mashnkran M Mmer L OConnor Pg 31 DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS H Barclay M Benson E Braswell T Burkett E Cann D Chlang C Crowley S Dlbene detto O Ducksteln I Dutton K Goodwrn M Handfreld Hedman K Klm M Kockel A Le1bow1tz I Leadbetter Magubane M Malusls E Mandell L Manmng S Mor1arty Mu1sener L Nadlle L OConnor K Olsen P Pellegrme Re1le1n C Rresen D Rmg K Ryan D Shaw D Thompson Trngey J Troyer G Whrte D Vangelder N Zalatrmo Pg 32 SKI CLUB B Bassett C Bevrn B Boyce M Brerland Brew M Byron M Bzymek I Cheney M Desrosrers D Dono van K Drescher A Flynn K Gable S Glynn D Graeber K Greene A Grumgen E Grumgen T Gyure S Hall T Hebblewaxte D Kent Y Kxm R Kovatly S Lavxtt K Lewrs M Lrtt K Macnamarra K Madden T Marnes C Martrnez H Martmson M McGu1re C Muller J Muller C Nemecek J Ossen T Rash K Rrckards D R1ng j Rowe j Ryan K Ryan G Sacks A Scheel M Schroeder D Sgro P Shrnoskr C Srkand S Smrth J Stake J Stake T Stemen I Thornhrll j Thresher A Tokes K Tollefson C Van Gelder D Van Gelder I Walker E Ward I Ward J Webster I Wernland S Wexler J Whrte M Wrrght D Moore R Pyrdol ,I Enrrch I Hayes E Hoskrns L Manfred M Pedder M Predrnont J Rose B Smrth j Tetrault J Kraus D Bennett Pg 32 EXPLORERS CLUB J Tetrault K Klm I Muller E . : . , . 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Edwin O Smith High School - EOS Yearbook (Storrs, CT) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 50

1986, pg 50

Edwin O Smith High School - EOS Yearbook (Storrs, CT) online yearbook collection, 1986 Edition, Page 24

1986, pg 24

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