Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

 - Class of 1977

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',, Era'rQ-inggha'E1' S0"U'th ' V in , . ,.- ,,,-, ' Fl'QITlIiI'1.Qh8r.fTl, MQgQa0hus'eTts .f fflT, I '4. J v 4 . 'f' my A-Q. " PHILOMATH STAFF G EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Lauren Potischman ASSISTANT EDITOR. Susan Hendry EDITORS CREATIVE ARTS: Holly Tomlinson FACULTY: Lisa Ober SENIOR SECTION: Debra Jacobs, Ben Rosenberg COPY: Debbie Thayer LAYOUT: Lauri Liverman, Julie Sales UNDERCLASS: Wendy Ross BUSINESSXADVERTISING: Joanne Leonardo SPORTS: Krista Read SENIOR PICTURES and DIRECTORY: Neal Shaffer ACTIVITIES: Lisa Supeno PHOTOGRAPHERS: George Pappas, Roberto Palencia GENERAL STAFF Lori Aronson, Jean Bachman, Charles Bartolini, Liz Berger, Diane Birstein, Lynne Crowley, Barbie Fiore, Carol Gentili, Robyn Goldberg, Ellen Goldman, Sheri Gurney, Howard Homonoff, Janice Nadeau, Lisa Phipps EstherAnn Pressman, Eric Robinson, Ellen Rosenberg, Mary Waterhouse. ADVISO RS PHILOMATH ADVISOR: Mr. Richard Engvall BUSINESS ADVISOR: Mr. Paul Zaido cover design by Holly Tomlinson endsheets by Janice Nadeau NTENTS F T BLE 212 ,,,.,,, 113' . ' 11 i-H M ' l- . 1,1-A r-ed.--1-1 ll. FACULTYXADMINISTRATION ....... 14 SENIOFZS ...... .-. ,431 X2 UNDERCLASS .................... 92 ACTIVITIESXCLUBS . ...UIQ I ' "' ' gy V V' .... r!.,,...- l , ., ri 1 r....,. -u 'S 1 The x iS?51W? Mm SPORTS ........................ 148 ADVERTISING ...............,... 186 IN SINCEFIE APPRECIATION MISS DEBRA COLBATH When we first came to South High we were a group of high-spirited freshmen who did not know where to begin. As we grew, our ideas ex- panded - you were there to guide us in the right direction. Your dedication, patience, and con- stant energy has been the main source of our de- velopment as a class - as friends. 1 1 A 4 -F-i.'i" fp ' r ,Dfw 'xl X r,, ,f KLPMN V ,Af ufikda J Ljlg .Jin bye , ti Q fs . Q U J ' .i aff t- 2 'jw9pAV xg! lQ?fA5 V 1 JA . , fl , X FJJDJJJM oily X5 ,o My of C-.fff wfyj A duff ,QA U J 1 C L Q NL P if ' ,f J B uw fi, . ifyk gf! Jwkjk fffji 'Dyk f V f ,. C M .Q J V NIR. JOHN F. JOYCE To live and grow together as we have for four years has given us the chance to know ourselves better. The under- standing and concern that both of you have shown for each of us is a memory that is never to be forgotten. Mr. Joyce, your fatherly guidance, and Mrs. Anderson's genuine warmth and friendship have meant so much. Your patience with our many tardies, absences, skip days and other wrong-doings has been phenomenal. Thank you so much for everything. We're going to miss you. Q v :: , 1 1 -- M. - - 1 'T -. 4 4 i. W ... -i , .- - 5 .- - -. , ... Q ,A D1 .. . - ,R M- ii-, ..- I 454 I -. W.. an -. , -1..,, .. 'M sv 4- ii Q. ,wa iilii i 1 - '54 5 IN IVIEIVIORIAIVI DR. JOSEPH CHAPMAN IVIEHHIAM 1894-1976 Physician, historian, Sherlock Holmes buff, and always a young man at heart, Dr. Mer- riam will be truly missed by all of his friends and professionals in Framingham. He was a life-time resident of Framingham and a grad- uate of Harvard Medical School. He was a member of the Framingham Union Hospital staff for 51 years, having served twice as president and having served also as Chief of Obstetrics and Pediatrics. Dr. Joe was truly an exceptional man - a twentieth century man, interested in young and old alike, and always quick with a smile and a good word. If anyone is deserving of the title "outstand- ing", surely it is he. MFI. JOHN C. WOODHUM 1921-1976 A member of the custodial staff at Framingham South for thirteen years, Mr. Woodrum was dedi cated and loyal to Framingham South High Mr Woodrum was liked by all, especially the students and he is truly missed. l- , .Enix ff, 'Q ami LEONARD C. CLINTON 1959-1977 To Lenny, lf heaven is just an extension at a higher level of what we see here on Earth, then heaven is not solely an old people's home. It must also contain babies, toddlers, teenagers, and young people, as well as Methuselah and Moses. When you go forth into your flower garden to pick a bouquet, you never select the withered and drooping flowers, but always look for the brightest and gayest blossoms. Maybe God does that at times, too! From your friends of the Class of 1977 MR. MICHAEL M. VODOKLYS 1907-1976 To give of oneself, to share one's personality, knowl- edge, and experiences with as much enthusiasm as Mr. Vodoklys did is a gift rarely found in a person. For all of his friends, this gift is a treasure, a beautiful memory. "To live in the hearts of those we leave behind is not to die." 7 ...Q 'o4"'. 1 TH E GREAT DEBATES in 4-iv' '9- iuff 1ES3' I - i ABN 'N z,.Lf" is 3. T v D Q 'Q S is ..k,. . X' V, 4 8 -I QL . ' ' ir .gg Wai . 1 n,,. 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Sh- - 1 N .xv I If wr r w.--a R103 , o H r 1 nga r rw 2 ' XX-fplqrflfffr A: X I , .X-.r ' mrs. swartz I R-1,-lg., A - 0 I -'-,' 1 .x 1 sophie savas xx N.: -,-0,1 ,... , .-7 NJ..-. A Q. T' Ry l v- 5 ry 51595 5 , - fa 1 frank james 1 department head Hfg- 1 E! x' 4' Q. K' W, ' 'vm 1 .' 1: . VV. ' Q 1 Lx 'X Af ,ef J 1 W , ' wp. i, Al 13 K. 1 W dorothy carter 2 I 1 v ' ,nw- xl 1 A Y.. n F5717 E5-5-ag. ',. I3 ffl- ' 7. 1.1 jf. .4 I- 11. I I , P, I 5.717 ff: -4" Tv- 44' a X 5 ,-4 w Ez. ,. N J 1 .,,.n N . v 1 -1 ,,,..o phyllis hotch 1-3' 2 -l MCP , 1 , mary porter I- gi N ?..f 20" rf: I-.7 ,XT ,, -.-ww , gn -1r,.'- r. ' ff-M-ri' Y ,, , 'iii' A . . , ,..,. Ax Q J ' wl- qqgv 'N I 6iH 'lv-Ei.: 5.,yz.v. L A- ,hw N 'L .N :.A..' ...N ',- z W- 9-" 3!f5i3P Fa! my 5, H., wvlk ' ' 1 N yn - A. X ' .rl 454565,-', WW' Q W' 7731" . S751 a-- 1. . , f- - . A Q4 :la 'fu Ia' ei J, lv F . , ... : .2 ' EF' ..'.!-6524 c -X evelyn ff.. wx xxx. 'Y 'ii .. VY' -di 'Af' mnss conway ft ! 'Q . vi K .Tiff ?INDUST :AL AFaT john hannon edward champlin Scoble px Jkt! 1' f Hx 'N x ., V K .X XQ 1 xx In , P' r A ' '- ti Q, .4 Ni f 'i . Y gun ,S X 4' ff" 'O 'mg , - -xg LX '- W N Q3 . if ! f Wai: lg V 1 lf Rh av Adnan-hu fffl4nf'7 511951.51 Iwi nrfnmvrin A I 4 C l 4-hu edmund krencisz if 'nik 'fv- eorge krnkoruan , v- 1- 'Q ' x ' N fx ' 'X ', I K! arg-og oieqan X ' J YNXU 4 Lnf I , XJ' .NN florence ITIBCK A I helen vancavage rn -,fb i :.- - , 1 V. ! .BW -. .SI N 'K 1 Se michael pregot Hn J 3 "ti V Q" 'KN 5 P' wands " ML is WS, .1, . -A f ,-., , f .:. X , 'kwin -N -. ' 5'N,':,i x ' X ny. M. -.A' X, M Pe, - .- . , 4 1 , 1 . ' 3. .D 3 n "' .' " -X, S SA x - -,X as-'f r.-l, . I Q I , QV! Q. -. rv N V Q 1.5 is 4' A I I robert johnson I F rf V .-1' L' Aff M J 4. ,VJ '1 'dm W 1 U s. N. Q' U f X. ,m"'f. 'T-4' g 1 A K 1 . 1 rf' Q Q 1 Vw , , 1 ,V.f57, ,- . ,A xr N 1 , W e o r ' W! r MATH .l 1, Yr :Wg ' 1 WU 1 ,-J 1 1? 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K'-'sm M X l william dunne 'M urbino barreira alfred gaucher :YN-l .81 .,.,9. x - ci, ' 1 robert o'donneII .va-.- ,ff Nt vii paul hester E5f:'f"f noel zinkievich S 0 C IA L jincent trincia STUDIES -i..-..---- .i... .a........a. 5 P roriald siydmyer 'Q 'f 3 a Q A"51 I 1 1 VICfOI' fam Q. ry, 7 1 L A-Tfxfj aw qfwff Q'.,.,,,gAff 5 V . 1 N. ,. , ?'E'4':"" vu .,.v - 1 ulw-4-.-4v.lA- M- f 17' paul zaiqo ,, O 1- all uv I ff' ' -x 4,1- I LZ' ' I sally letowt Rh. HOME ECONOMICS fN" N7 X5 lv" gf, ff ,. , 4 ay ,lv,, . ""r1-f14 , I v1-, . A- gx' I ft "Z-,,,,v v ,Q- ,',' "J ."Y' - ' .ul Q, -marlebbgrrett , FM, rg. H L1 L ,.--if Jw. cathy Iightbody mary driscoll 133 fir' P Y, P' I' I' Y' P' I' , r' r- ,. Y' , r X 1-.nir yr 3 r- . 9'- Q 'A U N KX I WJ v 1 ma X525-af ' 1... betsy wiggins 'A supervisor iq -' 'Q ."".,- in ser' K -' holly martin . - 1 f- ,,-... ii.-1 JSA 3 frank th' Cu-xl. SERVIC af- --4--8.-..,,,'i-,,: '.Z.7,.J -4-. 'J a- ' . l N if ' -lib Q- a.v. dl if , X"-X , barbara ford head librarian j,i Qi 5 M 5 1 .,,M..-'dr' 'B Ts s...,,,,1 S 4 x ii J1 df- 'iw ' Sul '?55'.-f. ' ' 4 A .:'1,,,1- I eugene mccarthy work study director v- 3 ,. fr' I A 112-.ifiikl-2. P, paula cynamon library aide 'i 1 f 5 3 , -rf " .' arf I 1 xt" Yiw- 'VI Z- "-.' . 1 xx I mary hurley library aide Wim: A I I M.- J-5 Q f 'if--EA .-H X' e -- -Q.-...r . ,..1 Q-'61 marybeth mnttel special edu io IU- mary bradley pecial education 1 - ll-'N wx Lv 's i ll " A Nix r ,A . r, T2 l i -1 ,a r' . . 5 'ga dr. joseph merrlam J ' .iv 1 I 'ann ,. K v- f'Y'. i' -cal W '-ad" dr murray ,gh 'Nu-. VE P?-, genevere moynihan head nurse VNS- hum mane shea medical secretary P, I Custodial Staff: J. Gallivan, J. Oruso, C. Komola, B. Sturgeon. 1 I x x 9 lx an ' V 1 'QD 17: JE A .i ve' . 2131 I , 4 1' J M13 " pf- l V 9. ' . if .1 7 ' migf PM J ff . Q 2 . . F x 'V e . 1 i fi I ' 'Q fx ' l'f"!f' l Q ' . '05 'E' I "W , cfm , A ,yi ' .4 A Q !O, 1 J Q R 5 l of J .. M., J ,. t -1 , -uf I , ..-,X ., ,df Q, f 1 A A-C: I 1 I 1 V A , , , l I .I , 4, t 4 ' ' . , f" H' ii " l A -' ,Qi d 111 X ' X . . f lff.:fff::1'.ml' From Row ---- Fl Smlth, I DQVT190,J.LODlYfOW,W.AQUlDO,L Cormier, M. Cudak, lf F'lCL1'ffy .1 Goflnlarfl Back Flow - P Turleo. M. Cardella, M. Nicoli, C. Galvani, F. Sullivan, J. P.1ff,:lrz'w . illlqfglrle. N DcSlmor1e, L Stucchl, C. Doherti. 'ff . 1-iff, .J lip! -Q... FACULTY FLICKS if ' f 2 cg Q 'fi YT' J ...Q-' 3 3 s I11 s ui' My this gum IS sour! V Mmm just like Mother used to make 95' Q. J, W KX 3150- S i 1-fo-pp ... - , F I 5 1 I I Q 5 4 l K www 1--zfmffw V f.v,,g53.,,f-MAy,v,g,5,,N,A.,,,,m, , .wi , , wi, 9, M , wmv. A 6, V, 1 4- 1 A . 15- vw I v 'L .yA' 1 3. 'I 3 V ,cr .f. 5 s ,-,A .hu 124-i r fd, f'5i:A W 2 is -V 4- w l'l"l S .ax 17' ' 151 iw ff of wi PM Ag-1-Q . ,xr 4 qn .A4 ' ne .Wye MICHAEL LOUIS ABLONDI "Determination is the birth of success." Football co-captain . . . enjoys waterskiing and Elvis . . . E Mass Lacrosse champs . . . competitive . . . straight forward . . .tenacious , ,Abba -I X. N. ,fi 1 xg. WILLIAM C. ANDERSON "So on and on l go, the seconds tick the time out, there's so much left to know, and I'm on the road to find out." Captain '77 lacrosse . . . hand- some . . . athletic . . . Prom '76 . . .a real charmer. . .Willy. THOMAS ACTON "lt's a hard rain gonna fall." Unique . . . ingenious . . . "hish" . . . summers in Nantuc- ket. . . born to be wild . . K- PETER M. ALLAIN Enjoys concerts, parties, good music. . .memories ofthe Cape ...Prom'76...moody... lives for the future . . . a hard V!'-'7 LORRAINE B. ALLEN Always cruising . . . blonde . . . found at Linda's house . . . Len- nie . . . "No way, Jaspa" . . . dream-maker . . . C-7 . . . pig. ..QTomk,n,1 drab, worker, , ,petet I .Axm homore .Rain . A vw it I' if Ml W f WMM toifflftffw WWW L...- R LORI MICHELLE ARONSON lf you see someone without a smile. then give him one of your Own " Enthusiastic . memories of Prom 76 likeable "Hil How are you7" Halloween Crosby-Nash 76 . a true friend Lori 4 O Whattaya mean "Carter for President"'? ba 7-1 MARK R. ARCHAMBAU LT One of the gang . . . Pilgrim Day Camp . . . the path . . . future college plans . . . memories of California . . . Swim Club . . . party-goer. . .Arch. i RICHARD A. ARONSON "A long life may not be good enough, but a good life is long enough." Well-rounded . . . likes to play squash . . . Prom '76 . . . "Ya, tell me about it" . . . intelligent . . ,individuaI. . .Ricky BRETT A. ASKIN "Take things as they come, but try to make things come as you would like to take them." High spirited . . .ambitious. . . day after prom . . . Cape . . concerts . . . waterskiing . . sailing . . . determined . . . Brett. , J B, f '1-1. 'T ' 1' f on 4 ' ,fi ,, x N4 X , . .f JEAN A. BACHMAN "The beginning of wisdom is si- lence." Memories of the summer of '76 . . . sensitive . . . unique . . . loves to dance and paint . . . creative. . .Jeanne SHAWNEE BAKER Natural . . . loves horseback rid- ing and gymnastics . . . caring . . .likeable. . .individual . . . Shawnee. L' r .sf 17 1 Q C2 't , .sl , Self-portrait? ggi? Q of , - ffl: Q, x, I .1 -1 . U - eu. V J ,A N. f J . 4' xr- xr ' KATHLEEN MARIE BALKAM "l want to fly like an eagle to the seag fly like an eagle let myspirit carry me!" Memories of the Beach Boys '75, Maine. . . rowdy. . .full of life . . . loves partying, boat rides, and swimming . . . friendly . . . Katie. QT? 6 Nw. r wgf?K, Z,3SfE5?,. 5 ,-:.,:r3-T1 fiffgflg V .T V f Fl ,1n,,,i3Q'V ' ' 11' .-Jw' 'nf ' -' f"i7' A 'lff fefT1,, 1 iff. hv "V , ,, .v l JEFFREY S. AUSTIN "Shoulder to shoulder we have fought it out- yet the wild must win in the end." His jeep Aspen Millwood . . . easy-going . . . 4-wheel drive . . . rowdy . . Aus. MARJORIE BAKER A O 0--X X V1 , ,. fzff'-ff? . 2 ' 5 I , G ' . ' , 1 .' "'fQ1Qf?',- ' i l X G ' JEFFREY S. BALLOU "Week-ends were made for Michelobf' Skiing, swimming and roofdiving . . . born to be wild . . . messy . . . memories of Grove St. Bridge. . . Crash. LORI E. BARR "lt's not that I talk too much, its that life inside me has so much to say!" Witty . . , a true friend . . wants to go to California . . . never at a loss for words . . . summers. . .Lori 41 . . t so JL, t, X ,QL X ,N- X ,LV A s . , Z I Ai Q X. GI v xv, , 1, All ,.. , I. . k. X I., c..fi L' J ' P 1 f -. 2 5 If Q ' 'L' . I I 5.3 A Q." .- CHARLES R. BARTOLINI "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk be- side me and by my friend." Summer '76 . . . reliable , . . a future C.P.A. . . . laughable. . . Chuck. . fag, - . 19. 75 ' X - . sf A - .Zell Y. 44 ,I ' ,ul lit? 'f if . ,I I: 1 I ' 1 1. ELIZABETH BERGER "And I feel like l'm just being born, like a shining light break- ing in a storm." Sincere . . , creative . . . sum- mer of '76 . . . fun to be with . . .the Bergmobile. , . Liz. 'iff-wt A 5 -If .. -tx ' A I ,hifi ' if' If , ' It f x - . ff .I',,i jliff I A17 fl"l Illll, KATHERINE A. BEAVER "Strive for peace with all men, and for that holiness without which no man will see God." Involved . . . musicals . . . ski- ing . . . a true friend . . . Prom '76 . . . District concert . . , cheerful . . . Crier Editor . . . Kathy. 1 x- QR'- . KL- , N f XX fs I NE gf J O H N M IC HA E L B E R N H A R D "You wouldn't know a diamond if you held it in your hand. The things you think are precious I can't understand." You mother . . . Variety show '75 .. . enjoys writing and McCartney . . . easy-going, fun- loving . . .Juan. ROBERT K. BELL "Love thy Enemy, at least it will confuse him." Rowdy. , .ski'n. . .surf'n. . . SDMC . . . adventurous . . . skateboard'n . . . crazy . . . "MouItonberry" . . . "Go nuts" . . .summer '76. . .Bob. IW at , M ,5 tt . 'Yi : GARY J. BERNSON "I hope my future will be my present dreams though lives do change and new dreams do grow." Athletic . . . Basketball champi- onship. . .dedicated . . .sensi- tive . . . waterskiing . . . N.H. , . .Gary. X DEBORAH ELLEN BEN-MAOR "Love when you can, cry when you have to . . . be who you must, that's a part of the pIan." Always thinking of others . . . naturally considerate . . . K.C.'s and A.B.'s parties . . . down to earth.. .G.F....B.S....De- bbie. 'I Lf SIT IUQ 4 , , .fl -v I -I ve ntl JL at I ' . 'qi Z"7""'.'fYtf- f 4"'f - Q N -Du... J I LAURA J. BESHEARS "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk be- side me and be my friend." Friendly . . . soft-spoken . . . understanding . . . Laura. .11 42 ts. if.. You mean this isn't B-5? Glue sisters stick together! 43? AN - X .Q ft ... they: Nb!-llub A x in . 15", M .Q fi exffffxilx' n QW DIANE H. BIRSTEIN "Yesterday is but today's mem- ory and tomorrow is today's dream." Quiet. . .California '76. . .A.V. . . ."But still". . .a true friend . . . involved . . . 275th float ...Di. Q. j . RICHARD D. BOWMAN Carefree. . .athletic. . .always playing basketball . , . memories of the beach 76. . . "the dome" . . . easy going . . . Bow. I N r 1 N.: F 'ss-A ijt x . i C DAVID M. BLATT "lt's not how far you go in life that counts, but rather how many people you reach back to and bring with you." Dedicated . . . loves basketball . . . Bay State Champs . . . a leader . . . Jan. 2, '76 , . , Kitty . . .David. J' . JANE A. BRILLHAFRT "Today let me live wellg no one knows what may be tomorrow." An individual . . . memories of Field Hockey Camp . . . com- petitive . . . fun to be with . . . Jane. KATHLEEN D. BLEASIUS "Yesterday is a dream of happi- ness and tomorrow a vision of hope." Laughable . . . enjoys cruisin' . . . loves partying . . . "Bicen- tennial Sights" . . . one of the gang. . . Bleash. MICHELLE ANNE BFIITT "I am your friend and l'Il lend a helping hand. But you gotta try and help yourself before l can." Rowdy . . . never at a loss for words . . . New Hampshire '76 . . .partying. . .Uno way". . . Shelly. 'tw' If Q. :UG iw if"'Jfff., . is .. sf' .. .Q ll, gig' S' PAMELA MAE BOLSTAD "The secret of success is con- stancy to purpose." Caring . . . individual . . . en- joys waterskiing . . . determined ...Pam. ',.f . gk- . .' 5 gi. . t xg, g J x N-p 4 . . I+- , I x-fox X--xr .lvf xaulraes ' - X..- PAUL D. BHODERICK Always cruisin' . . . The Cape . . . Friendlys. . . likeable . Rumkeg . . . adventurous , born to be wild . . . the Island . , .Beef 43 Take me to your leader! ::.I':s. ik -I r: Lf'-ff ' ' ' - I nl 'gf ,g,. Lf., I I fn - .X . - 15: si ""' CATHERINE E. BURDETT "lf lim laden at all, l'm laden with sadness that everyones heart isnt filled with the gladness of love for one another " P F warm friendly . , . Cath 'C' f-5 :es 2 W' .N Ts -Q 'Qt , I Nl Cx . tl P'-ext ' I IN' Ref' A IRI.. PETER BURNHAM "The present is the past tomor- row." Memories of Mr. Novak's homeroom . . . partying . . .the beach . . . "You know it!" . . . Pete fi I 4 N f 6- .I t '. . JEFF BROSEGHINI PATRICIA C. BROWN Easy going . . . a concert lover "lt is hope which maintains most . . . likeable . . . a true friend . . . enjoys skiing . . . motorscooter sense of humor. . .Frappe. . .Bros. of mankind." Casual , . .athletic . . . running around . . . natural . . . always busy . . . Brownie. 4 ' f !nQ 'MTH , ,I ",.,.: r STEPHEN C. BROWN A real party-goer . . . enjoys being out of school . . .studious . . . loves basket-weaving . . . a friend to all . . . Steve. CHRISTOPHER DAVID BURNS "Murphy's law: What can go wrong, will go wrong." Generous . . . Page staff . . . band . . . sarcastic . . . memo- ries of the trip to Paris . . . cyni- cal . . . the Center Paperback Bookstore . . . hiking . . . bike riding . . . Burnsey. K CRYSTAL LYRAE BRYANT "Come on, ease on down the road, don't you carry nothin' that might be bad, ease on down the road." Down to earth . . . partying with the gang . . . carefree . . . where the action is . . . dedi- cated . . . Prom '74 Freshman Princess. . . Chica. ROBIN DARLENE BUSHEY "Life has meaning. Someone once wrote, 'To find that mean- ing is my meat and drink. I have found that meaning and it tastes good." Adventurous . . . wants to go to Utah or Scotland . . . quiet . . . Robby. 44 I gg... ..,, v. 's YQQT l'z'l Q JOANNE I. BUTLER N . .but take your time, think a lot, think of everything you've got. For you will still be here to- morrow, but your dreams may not." Spirited . . . F.H. camp . . . ex- pressive and straight-forward . . .Jody. QS KATHLEEN ANN CARROLL "Life is preparation for the fu- tureg and the best preparation for the future is to live as if there were none." Happy . . . warm-hearted . . . future in nursing. . .caring . . Kathy. ' ff: . , A . i . . .. . . , , " - v1"'f" 1 -f.. 'i W. 4 V, 1 - , :'1 'f,em. msg, H Q, 'L' ,... ' - -' . " ' 'tw-sif t Pg . ' -' -' V ' ' -. fzmvf L' " .Y . t , 1 ,OW iq'-ff 1 ' , '5"..fg ."i ti - 1 i LORI L. CASELLA "The world was meant to share, let them know you care by mak- ing someone's life worth living." Fun-loving . . . musicals . . . bright . . . feature twirler . . Friendly's . . . Prom. '76 . . "the thing is". . .ambitious. . . Casella. .A .53 Q. -' ' 5 fwii' ' ,I 5- ' i .6 - -N. yi f X Q t -vb " . N ,.. , ,,,,.- ,' 'i S! 1' Q, ra, .-w-ts. . v. it xx ! s A5 t ,ff sn Mix Y fti JOHN CAIRNEY "There's only one kind of suc- cess - to live life in your own way." Friendly . . . Cape Cod . . . quiet . . . enjoys playing base- ball . . . good natured . . . Friendly's . . .future in Business Administration . . .Jack K , DONALD CASA LI 'tWe all have dreams, some come true, while others become plays never to be performed." Considerate . . . movies . . . tree . . , theater . . . quiet . . . Boston . . . Stage Manager on "Anything Goes" . . .Don CHRISTOPHOR CAVALIERI t'No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else." Laughable . . . BeachBoys 75 8. 76 . . . confident . . . soccer . . . Stop 81 Shop hockey , . . Cowbell Weekend . . . never at a loss for words . . . Cav. ' , ... , g is -A wi- - fa-.1 V 1.5, Q, 0 ,-,, fx S V if " 3 5' a I 4 P55 if ,- f .f .v' Ni' A' 'N i. 4 r ., fr 'if 4 lr 1' ,,'vn i K-.,. SUE-ELLEN CAPSTICK "Humor is the antidote for life." One of the an . . . Field l-loc Q, Q ' key . . . maiorettes , . . fun to be with . . . rowdie . . . F.H. Camp . . . parties . . . future as a respiratory therapist Chappy. LUCIA CARRARA "For the laughter we've shared, For the good times weve had, For the people who've cared, Let us always, always remember." Pizza Pub. . .tennis . . . always looking for a good time . . . B.B.-C. Concert. . . Cappuccino . . .l.uch. X X L Guess what l'm making? 45 pw.. Q. ,. 1 , -" l-4' u'-'.' ...m -lQ::.:' 4 .' -1" ',,,,-,-: sl 'K , '..',-,un "'sll:::a..- ," -',',,Q! 0 4. --. ' ir Q 4 '.'-'-nfs. 0'l 'xt' ""kn"7sg.X 'xg .lsiili 'llgllllull css: V, o",'.,u.f' "lnuuul.sss. c",v.,und .'lllllUc.N,':5K ',o".,.n,': l ll 1 1 0 -"-iv" 'wsu '..4.u.v.. MARK L. CH EFFERS "ln youth we learng in age we understand." Varsity soccer . . . Whalen's house . . . Wrestling captain . . , athletic , . . parties . , . Basketball court . . . Cheese. WTF! Mtg' is :C . Nr-.... I - -1 KYU RAN ANN CHOE "A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature." Sweet . . . considerate . . . cheerful. . .understanding. . . future in medicine . . . Ann. if RICHARD A. CLIFFORD JR. Let 3 live while we are young." Easygoing natural . What are you nuts'P' cas- ual loves cruising Iu- ture accountant memories of Mrs Smiths accounting class Cliff 46 .gl LOUISE MARIE CHEVALIER "Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul." Musical . . . Sonia's porch . . . l'Far, far, away - 2,3,4" . . . laughable . . . England Aug. '75 . . . hiccups in a silent yoga class. . . Fteesie. wg ' t""r I It V 'IAN kg' PAU LA L. CHIARELLO "Behold, l stand at the door and knockg if any man hears my voice, and opens the door I will come in." Musical . . . prom . . . deter- mined . . . fun-loving . . . Fes- ter. X ww- I FX For my next act I'm going to eat a football. JAMES E. CHIUDIONI "We are only certain of today . . . yesterday is gone and to- morrow is always coming." Summer of '76 . . . individual . . . swimming . . . parties . . . friendly . . . future plans to travel abroad . . . Jim. 'X KARIN ANNE CHRISTIAN "Make your own kind of music, Sing your own special song, Make your own kind of music, Even if nobody else sings along." Sweet. . . madrigal . . . natural . . . enthusiastic . . . North Prom '75 . . . music room . . . ballet. . . Karin. CHRISTOPHER P. CLINTON "A faithful friend is a strong de- fenseg and he that hath found one hath found a treasure." Athletic . . . lacrosse . . . hoc- key . . . soccer . . , good- natured . . . handsome . . . Beach Boys at Hartford . . Chris. .. in lf you think this is bad, wait'Il you see him eat dinnerl 'x LEONARD CLINTON An individual . . . excels in sports . . . enjoys partying . . . if Len. r WU I 1 A X I ELLEN T. COH EN "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today." "Bicentennial sights" . . . cruisin, partying . . . one of the gang . . . "l'm sure" . . . never . at a loss for words. . . EI . . . Twinnie. i ci, V: . 5, - 1 .-:W 5 ffptq- ffl'-fmfs xgaj I f f'. ..4 .If-ff. ' : ' f :rf ap ' .MJ RN X Y 4 K ' .fg.f43:'f'f'f'5, '- ff Qu 'J' Y 1 , , I, I fe. ' 1 f .151 , ANNE MARIE COBURN "Open your heart, let your body find freedom in your stride, love, peace of mind." Captain of Maiorettes . . . par- ties . . . cruisin' . . . Bermuda '77 . . . M-D 20-20 , . . deter- mined , . .one of the gang. , . fun to be with. . .Anna 1 ft f ., ig X f , ,! 7. 3 X., -. ,Y . lf dv IQ, P N N . 15 1: in 4 ' A , fd i Q A -- A I if xg if-M, rf . 'ii fi V' ' L 3 I i ff" . f , ,f f I. i - ..,....-.- , . I 1 --ff" .s ALFRED A. COLLOTTA "Fly like an eagle" " Dennisport '76 . . , Fleetwood Mac . . . well-dressed . . . the Pizza Pub . , . skiing . . . col- lege. . . unique. . .funny .N Fred. 'C 1- DEBBIE COMTABAD CHRIS CONNOLLY MICHELLE CONSERVA DONNA E. COOPER "Life is what you make it." Hangs out at Turks. . .pleasant "Hold fast to dreams, for if "Today, well-lived, means all N.J. beaches. . .outgoing . . . . . . casual . . . loves to play dreams die, life is a broken- your yesterdays are dreams of food . . . laughing , . . happy basketball . . . foul mouth . , . winged bird which cannot fly." happiness. and all your tomor- . . . Heidi . . . well-dressed . . . future in accounting . . .Con. A.F.S. Germany . . . Summer of rows are visions of hope Deb. is , 76. . .-lim. . .Choopiff Block warm-hearted . . . vivacious " ' '- I '- . . .Sha-Sha. . . . 'Sweet Charity" . an in- -,H 'M f. dividual. . .Donna . 1 Q . i i ' f JE K . Y f X ,fx 'VJ J , . K ij J, i Xix J L X X I sf q I r , QT 'A it -,Xt t ' A N' K N t X, w ,tu if K " i li t . 4' i ix! z l We better keep these fruit-flies away from the lunch-ladies. S "VX 4 L DOLORES ESTELLE COOTS "If you can create something, you must be something". Prom '76 . . . party at Murph's . . .outgoing. . J'I'm dehydrat- ing". . .daring. . .Dede. JAMES T. CRANE Ouite a guy we must confess. in future years he'Il be a successf' Hockey on the res . . honest easy-going . individual future in journalism . . . Jim 45 WK" an Q X. I 8 GREGORY M. CORBETT "Mellow is the man who knows what he's been missing." Ambitious . . . optimistic . . . loves concerts and skiing . . "ya goof" the Who '76 tour . . industrious. . .Corbie. fi Point . . .Creash. .Lf ,vs C"'T7 .?Q9,. lb' es s I .- V- 'Z A , A r rx t ? T z KATHLEEN M. CORRIGAN 'tWith all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beauti- ful world. Be careful. Strive to be I VIHDDY--" Active. . .unpredictable . .fu- ture in nursing . . . N.E.A.C. '76 . . .A-16. . .Kathie DONALD O. CRANE "Don't let life bother you, you never get out of it alive." Creative . . . skillful . . . makes films . . . knowledgeable . . . Marat-Sade . . . convention in Boston . . .the novel . . . Doc. .ist I 'Zh ' i ,TTJ X , .4--'FP uf Xi' It ih in Xu ' :fx x . QR . A I DEBBIE LEE CREASIA BARRY S. CROFT LYNDA J. CRONE "It's nice to be important, but "The only way to have a friend is "Let me not forget any Kindness, more important to be nice." to be one." for I shall not pass this way Partying . . . cheerleading , . . Adventurous. . .fun-loving. , . again." well dressed . . . "ya, sure, tell "what a twinkie". . .Eagles '76 Friendly . . . 275th float . . . me another one!" . . .outgoing . . . loves music, tennis and cheerful . . . Drama Club . . . . . .small in size only. . .Merry swimming . , . Cape Cod . . . fun-loving. . .California '76. . . FriendIy's . . . happy-go-lucky A.V .... Sebago Lake '76 . . . . .Crofty. DAVE. . .Lyn. 5? ,. fi 4 is-A 4, px ff-r KATHLEEN E. CRONIN "The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever." Loves partying and listening to tunes . . . memories of Bermuda 77 . . . easy-going . . . blonde . . .cute. . .Kathy. 3. ANDREW P. CUERONI JR. "Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty if only we have the eyes to see them," Drag racing with his GTO . . . exciting. . .wild. . ,Nina. . . provocative . . . Physics . . Andy. dv Fw- MARY REGINA CRONIN "Northing in life that is worthy, is ever too hard to achieve, if you have courage to try it, and if you have faith to believe." Quiet . . . warmhearted . . . soccer games . . . club dances . . , July 24 . . . "nunca" . . . sensitive . . . Mini Mac. - ' , .Q , . 1.1-il' .. - 'g.:,3N"f .' "- . ' -" i 'f . .' 4-..."" , ,. . - . f-. .- - .. .. ' f -' . -.bf - ' ah., ' b N. . .,a T-?..V,g,. , . - If .R -..',, . , why ,, v . . f. -, .A 1 J ,gg rf'--'---,' . .- .- . ' 'i - - ' 1? ' . .' .- --,.:L- ..... . ., i.. . ' . . ' JOSEPH P. CUNNINGHAM "The mystery of life is not a pro- blem to be solved, it is a reality to be experienced." High-spirited . . .the Dome . . . Lacrosse . . . Hampton Beach . . . imaginative . . . "Bamf" . . .optimistic. . .Joe. 9-' . 5.7 .izfvlfitgltitwi -A -6495: . LYNNE MARIE CROWLEY "Vague and nebulous is the beginning of all things but not their end: for life and all that lives is conceived in the mist and not the crystal, and who knows but a crystal is a mist in decay'?" . .Q , ,, ,. . V -. I -1' X . THOMAS CURRAN "Always know, sometimes think it's me, but you know l know it's only a dream." E. Mass. Lacrosse Champs '76 . . .athletic. . ."Come again?" ...hisFiat. . .thedome. .. easy-going . . . care-free . . T.C. GAYLE DENYSE CRUISE "lf you can't understand my si- lence, you will never understand my words." Fashion design . . .creative . . individual . . . New York . . summer of "76" at Parsons . . ambitious. . . Gayle. va..- DEBBIE M. CURRIER "Yes there are two paths you can go by. But in the long run, there's still time to change the road you're on." Friendly . . . soft-spoken . . unique. . .Deb. ,Q 590. K' oe. "Lauren, did you know you have a bald spot'?" 49 j f .flhsvi -qw ANDREE RE,NEE DALLAPE "Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards." Understanding . . . Vlckie's car . . . friendly . . . traveling . . . unique. . .B.K. '74, '75. . .An- dree. aaa. Y V X '. -.f-I 1 '17 vis. 3' ,- lj 4 . gg l il- I '99 -. gs g, . ' ' " 4-', in ,Q gi. I ., t, rg I HENRY F. DECOFF t'Tho we rush ahead to save our time, we are only what we feel." I'I.et's get some beer" . . . Waushakum Beach . . . likes to party . . . enjoys hockey . . . friendly. . . Hank. JAMES M. D'ANGELO "Well, l'm near the end and just thank God the time I wasted and I can't find my way home . . Psyched for football, partying, and concerts . . . spaghetti din- ners at Pratt's . . . White Hen . . . Vermont swimming hole . . .wrestling. . .Jim. JOAN FRANCES DECOLLIBUS "When you start a brand new day, let your heart show the way and let a dream or two come true." The Cape . . . excels in art . . . "Yes" concerts . . . skiing and sailing . . . creative, crazy . . . Joan the Bone. ARTHUR E. DELPRETE III Never give up and die, there is no future in it." Likeable Beach Boys . . . Cowbell Weekend . . .Judy. . . the Wease . . enthusiastic . . . lively Chip 50 . WS.- JAMES M. DEMARCO 'IAII the world is one big stage, we lock ourselves into a cage. To get out we need the key, the one stashed in the hearts of you and me. Concerts . . . playing the guitar . . creative, humorous. . .Jim. BJ x TERRY ELLEN DAVIS "Good friends are hard to come by, so be nice to the ones you have." Creative . . . party-goer . . . "Give me a break" . . . memo- ries of Austria '75 . , . Bermuda . . . determined . . . high- spirited . . .Ted. DAVID JOHN DECARLO "Live each day as if it's your last." Macomber's . . . enjoys concerts . . . casual . . . open-minded . . . future in Forestry . . . party-goer . . . Junior Skip Day '76 . . . the Path . . . carefree . . .Dave. bw- " 41717.-eg 2 ic. Hello, Fresh Face! "l've finally found the formula for hair grower!" sv'- ,Ribs JEAN C. DEVINE AUDREY DIATALEVI Reliable . . . Christmas Project "Whatever you want to do, just . . . "Hi!" . . . hard worker. , . have a good time doing it." GHIOYS horseback riding . . . Different . . . The Lane . . . ai- bowling . . . always helping waysin C7. . .track. . .unique others . . . future teacher . . . ' , , ,Audrey caring . . .Jeannie. SANDRA E. DEPREMIO "Its the laughter we will re- member, whenever we remember the way we were." Talented . . . party-crazy . . . "l'm sure." . . . memories of Bermuda . . . A true friend . . . Sandi. 7' 'IVF J . I MICHAEL A. DESIMONE "I heard that school was for homework and studying, but was wrong when I hit the weekends." Athletic . . . loves partying . . . Hockey. . . Lacrosse. . .skiing . . . Dennisport 76. . . bursting with energy . . . Des. RITA A. DICENSO "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Full of pep . . . optimistic . . . Cape Cod . . . searching . . . parties . . . cruising . . . HC-Jive mea break". . .dental hygienist . . .Reetz. KAREN L. DESHAW "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Petite . . . cute . . .always smil- ing. , .Prom 76. . .fun to be with . . . natural . . .Karen RICHARD J. DESIMONE Competetive. . .aggressive. . . New Year's Eve '75-'76 . . . the Path . . . excels in sports . . . loves Lacrosse, Hockey . . . l'Oh WheaIly" . . .partying . . . Des. 1- NORBERT A. DICKMANN "The man who has seen the ris- ing moon break out of the clouds at midnight has been present. like an archangel. at the creation of light and of the world " Square dancing ,..' 'I fell ya . . . Norbie. 51 I Q JOHN E. DIMITRIOU "Trying to be fair in everything you do leads to satisfaction from your efforts and meaningful Iife." DALE PATRICIA DONOVAN "Be determined in life, be active, for he who hesitates is lost." Never at a loss for words A . A basketball games A A A "You guys" A A A sensitive A A A moun- tain climbing A A A friendly A A A camping . A A Dale. '79 A A4 " sf f - L, .Afz:fff' A -f ' YM -7 Q. A l17':-.A- 4 "A--::6z'5E:::::::'I-'I dv I A Q., 2 A, v , , 5.4.1, .,.,,:., .",' V I l.: f ' . 1 f, I 'W,s'A21gZ:43C31z,"cgff-:S1::xz2 Biz' - -' ,f-A Xfx'-C1-17243-11-'r-Q7 -Q, zz ,,,.::m - A , " 11, nl '1:-z-2:1:l1-':fl:"- 'f:AT Jzsrlllfff- - - A" '- 6' Lzzfaiiiliii - -A ' -- A A--l:5121:1::222GE1if' Aa 2'f1i22Z5121u TERRENCE R. DOWD 'Rocks are rocks." Rowdy A A A loves to party A A A Yes A A A Jethro Tull A A A Eagles A A .enjoys skiing. A .memories of Switzerland trip A A A Dowdie Dude 52 A I I I! ' 'I "AX WESLEY "BJORN" DINSMORE "He uses words like they were ten dollars a syllable." Quiet. A AgenerousA A .realistic A A A Wellesley Football game '76 A A A future accountant. A A vans A A AWeIlsA ""'lr:'l1's BRENDA LAURA DLOTT "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for l have seen yesterday, and I love today." Understanding A A A good- natured A A A R's house A A A The Who A A A Hampton Beach A A A sincere. A A Brenda. rp.. X "You're the tops, you're the cream of the crop!" Aye. ANNE MARIE DOWNEY "And here's to the songs we used to sing, heres to the times we used to knowg it's hard to hold them in our arms again, hard to let them go." Excels in music. A A radiant A A A natural A A A independent A A Annie. MICHAEL L. DRAKE "There never seems to be enough time to do something once you find something to do." Generous. A .good-naturedA A A "who cares" A A A Cape Cod A A A Brewster. A ArowdyA A ADrakeyA MAUREEN C. DOHERTY "The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay, love isn't love 'til you give it away." Loves California A A A life is what you make it! A A A Kiss Concert A A .hang-gliding. A AMaureenA DIANE FRANCES DOODY "As is a tale, so is life: not how long it is, but how good it is, is what mattersA" Pom-pom girl A A A dancing A A A partying A A .dedicated A A Aam- bitious A A A cruising A A A Friday nights A A A basketball games A A Asensitive. A .Di. rv-, f I ' I KENNETH GA DRON Friendly A A A strong A A A one of the gang A A A rowdy A A A the Path. A A the "Y" A A .party goer A A AindividualA A ."Ff98k." JAMES MICHAEL DUDEK "Hold fast to dreams, for if you stop dreaming, you may exist but you will cease to live." Dedicated . . . Captain of soccer and swimming . . . Beach Boys . . . Bowling champ . . . "Mean Machine" . . . Lee. . .June 20, 1975. . .Jimmy. STEVEN ROBERT ELKINSON "ln play there are two pleasures for your choosingg one is win- ning, and the other one is win- ning." High spirited . . . Beach Boys . . .Joanne . . . Baseball player . . . good-looking . . . Prom '76 . . .Elky. X VALERIE JEAN ERADI "Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow." Summer of '75 . . . adventurous . . . calm . . . weekends at Hol- liston . . .the Cape . . . partying with Cheetos . . . sincere . . . Val. JOHN R. DUDEK "lt's not how far you go in life, but what path you choose to take." Athletic . . . determined . . . Beach Boys concerts . . . soccer and baseball captain . . . dedi- cated . . .atrue friend . . .Walt . . .Duke DALE ANN DUNHAM "A smile is like a firefly, it lights up what is around you." Laughable . . . enjoys boating . . .sensitive . . .summer of '75 . . . Humaruck . . . a true friend . . .Dale. Now that's a spicy meatball! ELIZABETH ANN ERICKSON "Sail a dream on a crystal clear ocean, Ride the crest of a wild raging stormy Work for service of love and living, Search for answers to questions unknown." Nantucket . . . ski trips . . . "Could be tense!". . . alive . . . Beth. DONNA MARIE ESPERIAN "You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart." Laughable . . . cheering . . . chica . . . warm-hearted . . guitar player . . . sincere . . Donna. ff NANCY M. DWYER "There are no results in life, only beginnings." Laughable . , . han ing around . . . "Oh, but rea?ly its like . . . spacey" . . . Thanksgiving memories. . .pIeasant. . .Lee. 1 . 61" Aa.-an-T 1 ALEX C. ELY "Life's funny - ha, ha" Theatre . . . E.M.R .... drama- tic individual . . . musicals and plays. . . likeable. . .Alex. RUTH LUCILLE EVANS "Jesus is the answer for the world today, above Him theres no other, Jesus is the way." Music . . . sewing . , . Andrae Crouch Concert. . .sincere. . . always ready to help . . . caring . . .LuLu, 53 SHARON L. EVERS "And if you listen very hard, the tune will come to you at last. when all is one and one is all." Cruising and partying . . . sum- mer '76 . . . Tull Concert . . . "the best" . . . ready to go . . . crazy. . .Sha ' . ,333 , I FAITH M. FEOLA "The tides of fortune cannot grow, without a friend to make them glowg for friendships like a chain of gold, that brightens life as we grow old." Loves lacrosse . . . slim , . . re- liable. . . quiet. . . Faith. 'PN TOMMY FAIR "From every mistake we must surely be learning." Excels in music . . . "messy bird" . . . high-spirited . . . imag- inative. . .creative. . .Tommy. 'UN t RORY STUART FIELDS "The life given to us by nature is short, but the memories of life well-spent are eternal." "I don't know". . .tennis . . .a future in medicine . . . casual and competitive . . . Rory. VINCENT J. FARESE "You can't fly with the owls and wake up with the eagles." Loves to waterski . . . memories of Cape Cod . . .future engineer . . . never at loss for words . . . likeable. . . bright. . .Vin. LEONOR M. FILIPE "Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen." Graceful . . . Steve . . . morn- ings in the auditorium , . . hon- est and dramatic . . . Lee. 54 7 as V X I Is, , .5 I .I xg I ..L ,,',.4..k,1w.ii:g:3-'35 f f S r' -- ' I L, rx - A "According to my calculations. gentlemen . . 'ix MARK FEIGELMAN "I say what I mean and I mean what I say." Basketball . . . gambling . . . "l'Il bet you" . . . future in medicine . . . athletic . . . am- bitious. . .Iucky. . .Feig. Ww- MELANIE JOY FINN "Too low they build who build beneath the stars." Listening to music . . . sensitive and caring . . . reading and writ- ing poetry . . . conscientious ...Mel. J a . 'xW'A"- ms,-'Af 1 - Lk 1. . y . ...A L--.n,q.-few' X -- " Q J--1 , . , 9. . 5. ! ri' I I "Hey Barb, did you hear the one about the farmer's daughter?" iv HTL -I 1, f 'X f 5.76, fx.. AI' ' VG! , 4, x6f,Q:xfi"-'Ljl!X I ff r, ,af BARBARA ANNE FIORE "Those who have the largest hearts have the soundest under- standings. and he is truly the wisest who can forget himself." Nantucket . . . dedicated . . . ski-trips. . .caring. . .Summer of '76 concerts . . . outgoing . . .Barbie JAMES M. FLANDERS Keep cool . . . a future engineer . . . chess . . . quiet, individual . . .realistic. . .Jim. A w ' Ep V' lissxiisx l DAVE FISHER "All that you touch and all that you see is all your life will ever be." The Path. . ."Yes" concert. . . easygoing . . . parties . . music. . .friendly. . . Fish. ey if 1 37-f ,A E. a v-jg " fm Q P 'r . xg. .- MARK J. FOLEY "Be what you are, for there are no better virtues than being yourself." Always ready to help . . . "I realize that". . .Ab's house. . . lacrosse . . . happy-go-luclgy . . .music. . .friendly. . .Big Fole. KAREN LEE FISH MAN "lf you love something, set it free. if it comes back - it's yoursg if it doesn't, it never was." Good-natured . . . "No way!" . . .outgoing. . .Prom '76. . . partying and concerts . . . John . . .Karen. 150, PATRICK JOSEPH FOLEY "The most I can do for my friend is simply be his friend." Yay! . sailing . . . athletic . . . alive . . . lacrosse and hock- ey . . . variety shows . . . friendly. . . Fole. 'vs . I nfulfi- "HH- . ::uI' Ci! j:.':::f ...--gg ..:'. .. ,. .. .. . . . Q. 'I . . gif" . 'nxt !'lxxk .....v----. ,-'.',- . -. 3-Q-, ..........fv - . - - . .........., . . . - . , . , ,, , .1 1 , lu , . , xxx. ...-.oJ' ,.,,.V ,N n, , .Q , , .CC .,,,,,,.. I. . ,-.. , 1 ..x.x.3. . .....v.r-ul-','3 . ,v,- . R-.Qt ..--.....v-on f .' - . .v -.-. t BRIAN FITZGERALD "The mind can proceed only so far upon what it knows and can prove. There comes a point where the mind takes a leap . . . call it intuition . . . and comes out upon a higher plane of knowledge." Einstein. up ' NELSON A. FONSECA "Success if often the result of taking a misstep in the right di- rectionf' Ele e chou-chou. . .Geese Club . . .a dreamer. . . soccer. .. calm and imaginative . . . Nel- son. 55 3 Us kiwi ivi. FosTEFi "lt's not that l talk too much, it's just that life inside me has so much to sayl" A cheerleader . . . bursting with energy . . . concerts and skiing . . . fun-loving, caring . . . l'Pumpkin" . . . glue-sister . . . MV, '76. . . Fosta. ,V i . '- l L B LAURIE R. FRANK "You never realize how much you miss something until it is gone." "l'm sure" . . . legal secretary . . . waterskiing and tennis . . . likeable . . . Sully . . . under- standing . . . Prom '76. . . out- going. . . Laurie. km." JOHN H. FULLER JAMES A. GABLE l'Memories of the past are only "A million old soldiers will fade beaten by the fulfillment of the away, but a dream goes on present and dreams of the fu- forever." 4 7' r -+P fi fl V 4-uv-, ', X ie ' f . tUfe.H Cricket . . . the Marines . . . easygoing and casual . . . moun- tain climbing , . . carefree . . . John. 56 Go Ape! g 'VX BARBARA J. FOX "Let not the waves of the sea separate us now. Let the years you have spent in our midst be- come a memory." Wants to build a house at the Cape . . . "Well, l'll be" . . . unique and sensitive . . . Foxie. 3 Q-x xt A H JOSEPH H. FREY "Life is an uncertain journey." The Path . . . a spaceshot . . . treehouse . . . easygoing . . . Sugarbush . . . friendly . . . la- crosse . . .Joe. 0:11. x li-'lit 5 lf? llllil? x L! i Y SHARON VANESSA GAGNE "You give but little when you give of your possessions, it is when you give of yourself that you truly give." Summer of '76 . . . soft-spoken . . . Special Education teacher ...atruefriend...shy... Sharon. CHERYL A. GANNON "The thing that goes the furthest toward making life worthwhile. that costs the least and does the most. it just a pleasant smile," Friendly's . . . float 75 . . . "cut that out" . . . good-natured . . . Sherry. 'fi CW 74 N K X i L L O. Yiwu., . KATHLEEN GANNON Quiet. . .thoughtful . . .always willing to help. . . Kathy. JOELLEN L. GAVIN "I want to change things, I want to see things happen, I don't want just to talk about them." Always surrounded by friends . . .unique. . .mysterious. . . memories of Bermuda '77 . . . one of the gang . . . "l'm sure" . . .Josie. MARYANNE GAVIN Loves hanging and being with Tim . . . l'Chrissie" . . . Muster- field . . . a true friend . . . ca- sual . . .friendly. . . Mare. STEVE GETCHELL Energetic . . . loves to be with his friends . . . "aim to please" . . . enjoys music and photogra- phy . . . excels in lacrosse . . . friendly. . .Getch. i I ..-:.:1 I! J!! I ROBERT GLEBUS Loves cruising. . ."Oh, dumb!" . . . down the Cape . . . future mechanic . . . silent . . . imag- inative . . . silent . . . skillful . . .Glebo. ,,.:- . ., if XX X, .M N .2 N "lf you don't take this picture in the next ten seconds . . f CAROL ELIZABETH GENTILI "No goal is too high if you reach with care and confidence." A true friend . . . our pom-pom co-capt ..., ice skating . . . Prom '75 . . . "it's real!" . . . rowdie . . . fun-loving . . . Gen- tillee. DANIEL JOHN GIATRELIS III "You're never too oldg if you stay young I bet you will die trying!" Musicals. . . Variety shows. . . the black path . . . Uyou motherl". . .prom 76. . .C.C. captain . . .competitive. . .tal- ented . . .Greek. ROBYN M. GOLDBERG "Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it." A good friend . . . creative . . . honest. . .sincere. . . Robyn. 57 Oh Yuh? ,Qt RONI G. GOLDBERG "Life is not a having and a get- ting, but a being and a becom- ing." Skiing . . . Chamonix . . . ex- cels in music. . . RS. Cape. . . colorful. . dynamic. . .Roni DAVID C. GORDON "Time is something you always have but when you need it most theres none left." Beach Boys . . .a track star . . , well-dressed and athletic. . .the mile relay - number one in Mass . . conscientious, likeable . . . Deege. 58 t M , 115 I RI ..-f' .,.-JL". :f:f'f'?"'.f-sew! f7::."Oa.x- 'rw---ff ELLEN L. GOLDMAN "Laughter is the gift that holds happiness in it." Europe '75 . . . tennis . . . likes traveling and skiing . . . full of life . . . imaginative . . . sincere ...EI. 'Nu GLENN S. GORDON "lt has always seemed to me that the most difficult part of building a bridge would be the start." Ouiet . . . creative . . . athletic . . .future architect. . .Glenn jx, ,fi 4 K .Q , HOWARD F. GOLDMAN "lt is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt." "Whatever" . . . cheerful, reli- able . . . career as s successful businessman . . . friendly . . . Howie. EHR? PATRICK C. GRADY "I know you believe you under- stand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant." Understanding . . . conscien- tious. . . musical. . .Pat if? 6 Z-5 . J !. X , , J I 7 2 , A ,-2? L JEFFREY A. GOLIGER "lt is undoubted truth that the less one has to do, the less one finds time to do it in." Straightforward . . . intelligent . . . inquisitive . . . "That's nice." . . . a gymnastics' lover . . .Googs. In -ya l ls. ji I ADRIAN GRAHAM "He who riseth late must trot all day." Easy going , . . charmer . . . loves to ski . , . future in music . . . "what a Whimp" . . . New Year's Eve Party . . . Draino. I 2 5 X . JERRY ROCHFORD GRANDONI "Long you live and high you fly, and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry, and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." The Cape . . . concerts . . . ski- ing . . . campground parking lot ...Jed. SHERI JANE GURNEY "l've finallv decided my future lies beyond the yellow brick road. . Getting it together . . . '76 sum- mer parties . . . a future even greater than the past . . . Shur- ney . . . sincere . . . concerned . . .Sheri. KENNY L. GROSS "To be great is to be misun- derstoodf' Lacrosse . . . high-spirited . . . the Path . . . "l'll roll ya" . . . gigs . . . mystically motivated and unpredictable. . . Kenny. MEHMET GUZEL A future engineer . . . likeable . . .athletic . . . "Hi!" . . .vol- leyball. . .enjoys basketballand soccer . . . our A.F.S. student . . .Mehmet. I-P I l ? , li: i N . VINCENT A. GROSSO Future as a dentist . . . Cape Cod . . . baseball . , . Elvis con- certs . adventurous . . . dynamic. . .witty. . .Vinny. ERIC S. HAKANSSON "Some of us are lucky enough to learn from other's mistakes, the rest of us are the others." Moment of meditation in B-5 . . friendly . . . soft-spoken . . Eric. as z fa: ff. "Ox ,. - 'I- nf ' 1 f Af? , if . f x xl in ,IV . ,' . Aj 3 if-" RICHARD GROUT "The less of routine, the more of life." Casual . . . easy-going . . . a basketball lover . . . laughable . . .goodnatured. . .Groutie 423122. I f 1 1' THOMAS HANSON Quiet . . . enjoys reading . . loves the outdoors. . .Tom. 4!' . Ki C. -QP' Me and my arrow . . 59 ' A N7! II t is T2t:::Q-.- ' l.t1.uf'f15..:21..il. I I53313iIffliT:i1i:315g31 I I Ins!2325:-I-if-:-2-5-. til 1' tw PAUL M. HARDING "That's from hunger!" Brophy School hangout . . . fu- ture in forestry. . .senior dance . . . always smiling . . . gener- ous. . .humorous. . . Beave. XM I-.'Ni.,f 'I N, E Fl ALYCIA D. HARRIS "lf you love something, set it free and if it comes back it's yours! And if it doesn't, it never was." A true friend . . . Dudley St. . . fun-loving. . .English High. . Sherman Hart . . . NeeCee. RITA E. HARTLING Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken- winged bird that cannot fly." Memories of the float '75 . . . easy-going. . .crazy . .caring ...Re 60 "No, you can't see my new bracesl" 'v' ZIONA HAYON "I looked for my soul, but my soul l could not see. I looked for my God, but my God eluded me. I looked for a friend and found all three." Partying . . . "dream on" . . . Yes . . . a true friend . . . de- termined . . .Z. if ,A 1.4! fj Q' II? JOHN R. HELANDER "A man has nothing to show he has lived a good life but his age." Serious . . . loves concerts . . . the Cape . . . memories of the Prom . . . speaks out . . . future auto mechanic . . . quiet . . . John. WILLIAM J. HARMON "Aim your arrow at the sung it may not reach it, but it will fly far higher than if aimed at a level with yourself." Dennisport '76 . . . Fleetwood Mac . . . partying . . . skiing . . . handsome . . . born to be wild. . .witty. . . Harm. 'ug' BONNIE M. HART "Let your hair down people, we'll have a natural ball. 'Cause when you're not happy, it ain't no fun at all." Beach Boys . . . ski trips . . . excels in skating . . .tennis . . . natural . . . high-spirited . . poised . . . Bon. MATTHEW HENDERSON Friendly . . . excels in music . . . a soccer player . . . ambiti- ous . . . conscientious . . . a friend to all . . . Matt. ' X GREGORY HENDRON Quiet , . . unique . . . enjoys cars. . .Greg. PETER H. HERMAN "ln the life of a young man, the most essential thing for happi- ness is the gift of friendship." Musical . . . winter '75 . . , "Sweet Charity" . . . dedicated . . . tennis player . . . well- rounded . . . Pete. . 2 JUDY JO E. HOAR "Acorns grow into oak trees, we all have to start somewhere!" Horseback riding . . . reliable . . . sensitive . . . Birthday '75 . . ."Fine and yourself" . . .in- dividual . . . Puppy. SUSAN PATRICIA HENDRY "Today, well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." Sweet. . . intelligent . . .full of life . . . involved . . . loves to skate . . . always smiling . , . Sue. EILEEN HENNING "He who loves his brother abides in the truth, and in this truth there is no darkness." High Spirited . . . Giovanni's . . . North . . . auditorium . . . sincere . . . warm-hearted . . . Eileen. Can you believe she's been talking for a solid hour? is JOHN B. HERENDEEN "Just what you want to be, you will be in the end." Friendly . . . lives for snow and skiing . . . enjoys his close friends . . . good music . . . "Don't kid yourself" . . . adven- turous. . .individual . . .John. rye '1 Y, PETER HINCKLEY "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow." Ambitious. . .Cape Cod. . .fu- ture Engineer . . . creative . . . loves motor-cycling . . . good- natured. . .Hink. ?9i GEOFFREY T. HOBSON "When the Great Scorer comes to put the mark beside your name, He will not remember whether you won or lost. but how you played the game." Voice of the Flyers . , . Fled Sox fan . . .determined . . .sincere ...Hob. 61 I ,Y .- ' 4' ' .N i L XJ 'i 'T . 1 V . , . Q i J lk KJ I 'V I-, ,ii V , F v - '1 --,- g. .-ay X N . 'A x' . J . if -E H s. JENNIFER GAIL HOLBROOK 'Better by far you should forget and smile than you should re- member and be sad." Cruising . . . Marconi's . . . Cape Cod . . . memories of 76 . . . bursting with energy . . . blond. . .ambitious. , .Gin. LYNNE HUFFAM "ls there a time so pure, so ripe with possibilities? This is the hour - seize the day!" Outgoing . . . loves New Hamp- shire . . . "Listen sweetheart . . . " . . . enjoys horseback rid- ing and parties . . . a true friend . . . Huff-T. - A . E1-ffl? if - V -. f .lf - i-1.1.1 ,xr ,--ji Q, .A-:M 'RL X A , I ' A 3 1 . A ,fa ,f . Q 1, , ' ip. KAP It 14- il BARRY HUTCHINSON t'Got a bet there, l'll meet it, Get- ting high, you can't beat it." Slob . . go nuts . . . Seavey's bomb and The Who . . Califor- nia . . outgoing, spacey . . . Hutch. 62 HOWARD BRUCE HOMONOFF "Real friends are shown in times of trouble, Prosperity is full of friends." Ambitious . . . School Musicals . . . cast parties . . . Charlie Brown . . . tennis . . . reliable . . . "Yay!" . . . spirited . . . Howie. PETER J. HURWITZ "As a rule, the game of life is worth playing, but the struggle is the prize." Cape Cod . . . considerate . . . Stop and Shop hockey . . . al- ways ready to help . . . a true friend . . . a future in business . . .Peter. l DEBRA ANN JACOBS "Let me be a reflection of light - a pool, a prism, a star in the night." Sugarbush trips . . . artistic and involved . . . skiing . . . Sweet Sixteen party . . . intelligent and warm. . .a true friend. . .Deb. JOHN R. HOW "No goal is too high if we climb with care and confidence." Realistic . . . soccer player . . . sufferg superstition ain't that way." Cape Cod . . . "Mean Machine" ' . . . "You gotta believe". . . re- liable . . . determined . , . Johne. i l Q 2 I ,P 4 at ' Q 1 ts. -4 A LAURA HOWARD "When you believe in things that you don't understand, then you Do it right! . . . swimming and camping . . . good-natured and conscientious. . . Laura. fit 'S-...AY .. x '1 wil ., 1511 F 5 Al' ts , . aj- Y' N 7 . i9A's" 'Q IVY? A 'F You see it happened like this . . . i Chicken-fights, anyone? I . -. c . -.-,wr-... ,..s n..n .,w-.aa-4... .w-.1 nn.. ....- ? L MEREDITH JO KAHN "We are the music makers and the dreamers of dreams." "Greetings" . . . original . . . trip to France . . . thoughtful and dependable . . . science fic- tion . . . enjoys writing . . . Meri-Jo. F Irv I N e:ft't M I !i'LfK.- .. BRYAN MICHAEL KARAS "I thought that all good things come to those who waitg but now I realize they may come too late." Athletic . . . l'l done good" . . . The Path . . . excels in hockey . . .good-natured. . .Fuzz. LAUREN M. JOHNSON "I want to live my life in such a way that, if I had the chance to live it over, I wouIdn't change a thing."g Likes car races . . . "Come on. tell me" . . . skiing and skiing . . . Drive-In . gsensitive . . . Lauren. E ELIZABETH ANN MARIE JORDAN "Love is an over-used word, but an under-used emotion." Emotional . . . loves field hockey and skiing. . .Ftui. . ."Stickey, I'Il crab you!" . . . summer '76 . . .sincere. . .determined. . . Lizzie. gf' -vw-f-' RANDY A. KATES "We triumph without glory when we conquer without danger." Vermont '75 . . . casual, rowdy . . . "Yes" concert . . . skiing . . .friendly. . .Randy 123 r'3 ' u .X t LUANN B. JOHNSON "lt's been a long time comin', its goin' to be a long time gone. But you know, the darkest hour is always just before the dawn." Likes music . . . P.F. concert . , ."Catch my drift". . . Louie. MARLENE MARIE JOSEPH "When God guides your footsteps and love lights the way. then you can see clearly enough to dream." Commercial artist . . . writer . . . JA Dance '75, '76 . . . Mountain climbing, empathetic . . .MarIene. .5 I 1 Ji I 'IK l X HOWARD KEE A hard worker. . .down to earth . . ,easy-going. . .l-loward. 63 .. JOSEPH P. KEEFE "Live to be free, otherwise life isnt worth living." "ls that right" . . . I'm in love . . . you guys . . . fun-loving . . . pizza pub . . . summer '76 arties and ...aclown...p concerts. . .free. . . laughable . , .Keefie. KATHERINE A. KELLEY "True friends are like numbers, they can be counted." "The best" . . . future as an interior decorator . . . partying with the gang . . . likes concerts . . .a true friend. . . Kath. Uv I I I 'il KIM ELESE KLAINER "When life is mine l'll find it good, and greet each hour with gratitude," A future dental hygienist . . . petite. talkative . . . a banjo player . . writing poems . . . warm hearted. . .Prom 76. . . Kim 64 How's your love life? WARREN KEILEY Friendly . . . one of the gang . . . enjoys skiing and Iacrossexxf . . .likeabIe. . .Warren. b 5- si 1 me - Vkv kr X IKM- Jx,,,k,, X , WX. ' -. Lv' I 55 We X, X Y xxx. AX! 4 X :VJ I X i T X XXNN, N M' :pf is x -fs .X Nyyf ' 'J -N ,:.V xyoffb'l.. NvJ'xQ- A X 7 ,J 3 '92 JOHN L. KENNEY 'lNo one knows what he can do 'til he tries." Mysterious . . . likes concerts and cars . . . dedicated . . . "Yes" . . . excels in gymnastics . . .unique. . .John. 1 ff' .E J ROBERTA M. KNAPP "l'm not afraid of tomorrow, for l have seen yesterday and I love today." l'Give me a break" . . . Drum and bugle corps . . . Scott . . , captain of gymnastics . . , Ohio . . . active and easy-going , . . Robin. "slr BARBARA ANN KIRK "Learn from yesterday, live for today, dream for tomorrow." The Who . . . cruisin' . . . rowdie . . .Dickie. . .McDonald's. . . always ready to help . . . fun- loving . . ."Dicki -don't!". . . Barb. .VG ' - GRACE GATHONI KIRONYO "Never seem wiser nor more learned than the people you are with." Loves to travel. . .sensitive. . . ambitious . . . likeable . . Grace. -... 1 TERRENCE KNICKERBOCKER Reserved . . . enjoys deep-sea fishing . . . always with his friends . . . likes dancing . . . quiet. . .Terry. DEBORAH LYNNE KNOFF "As long as you stay with me l'm halfway home - I see brighter days before me and I know l'm not aIone." "Give me a break". . .Summers at A.S.M.C .... musical, sensi- tive. , . Shows. . . understand- ing. . . Debi. 43,5 1 P, ., . . 1 , u I .5-q . sv"'y 6. 'V B' -' 4 ' -U . . ,gj'v?,' I- ,,r' I-L 'Q xt. ' fx K! :au A Q .Q A I " 1 tr VAN Z. KRIKORIAN "Comedy is where you die, and they don't bury you because you can still walk." "O.K." . . . imaginative and care- ful . . . a good sense of humor . . .well-dressed. . .Van. 'Sgt I .. KELLIE JEAN LAVIN "lt is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." Career in nursing . . . summers at Cape Cod . . . creative arts . , . "l'm sure" . . . party-crazy . . .radiant. . .Chica. f4,'r E cf" LINDA KWASEK "And this is not the end, it's only the beginning, we've only just begun." 'lOh, ya, sure" . . . Aerosmith concerts. . .afuture C.P.A.. . . Prom '76 . . . Danny . . . Loud and daring . . . a rowdie . . . Kwas. QQ . I V 3' RO BE RT P. LAVERTY "Oh, l'm on my way. I know l am . . . somewhere not so far from here." Future as an accountant . . . shy . . . enjoys life . . . listening to tunes . . . "Don't know" . . . quiet . . . sports . . . Patriots ...Lav. l '1 IV 1" ' Hey YAY! -TI - I A I Av ,Riza- .,,...., I ., , ,. .4'.,5...T., 1, wif' ' ' 1 H 3 yfaaaf ,.-A , A 4. 'sw S 47 DONNA MARIE LAFRANCE "The only way to have friends is to be one." "Right, right". . .full of life. . . basketball games . . . emotional . . . the girl with the mustang . . .high-spirited. . .Donna. L fri S1 I , ii.. . xi JEFFREY P. LAZAR "Sometimes I see that, some- times I see." The tree . . . golf . . . getting out '77 . . . listening to CSNY and F.M .... witty . . . indi- vidual. . .cynical . . .Jeff. ll HERBERT E. LEE IV "I wanted to be here, then I wanted to be gone, one year from now you won't think l'm wrong." Basketball and cruising . . . calm, understanding . . . "lt be's that way" . . . business . . . educated . . . My Lady . . E-Man. KIMBERLEY ANNE LAMARQUE "Happiness is like a butterfly. If you chase it, it will elude you. So sit quietly and it will gently rest on your shoulder." A master of theater arts . . . l'm almost ready! . . . winter of '76 Stevie Wonder . unique . . . Chica. fi it 'ir irc I .IQ rw V MARY KATHERINE LEDDY "I saw a star, l reached for itg I missed, so I accepted the sky." - J.F.K. .175 ' A SAM LEVY "lf a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." 50's music . . . shootin' hoop . . . Prom '76 . . , summer '74 . . .Sam. 65 -Ci" -.-, ff" CAROL A. LILL "Picture yourself on a boat on a river with tangerine trees and marmalade skies." A future secretary . . . concerts and parties . . . friendly and easygoing . . . laughable . . . Carol. "if" 31. 1 ii, 35533 E In in C :e?3Ef.' ,YV S 'swf PHYLLIS E. LINDSAY "The better part of every man's education is that which he gives himself." Career as secretary . . . clubs . . . "Take care" . . . parties . . . fun loving . . . Sherman Hart . . . laughable . . . agres- sive. . . Labelle. LAURI ELLEN LIVERMAN "Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes a goal." Soft-spoken . . . creative, caring J.T. concerts . . . Sweden and Denmark. . . Lauri. THOMAS LUKEFI Strong-man . . . friendly . . . excels in sports . . . rowdy . . . partying . . . one of the boys . . .Crazy Luke. 'S xv... If 1 47- ' - 'e'l 1 :A Q ni, ' 1-31: ...L BONNIE A. LUPIS "We're free to go where we wish. and to be what we are. Concerts . . . friendly . . . Ber- muda . . , Ouarry's . . . conside- rate . . . Cape . . . attractive . . ,Bon 66 En Garde, you motha! ELIZABETH L. LYON The best cure for loneliness is to go outside: for l believe that the simple beauty of nature will bring relief to all your troubles." Creative, Scorpio . . . "Whats wrong?". . .Summer of '76. . . Libby. CYNTHIA Fl. MACLAFIEN "We remember best what we love most." April '76 . . .full of pep. . .fun loving . . ."Oh stars" . . . nurs- ing. . .laughable. . .Cindy ,.4v' . CYNTHIA L. MANTZ "You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late." Friendly . . . dancing . . . Sum- mer '76 . . ."What should l do?" . . .outoging. . .never at a loss for words. . . Cindy. I'x ELLEN M. MARCUS "The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay: love isn't love 'till you give it away." inquisitive . . . dancing . . . Sears . . . sincere . . . "Jack, Jack, Jack" . . . one day at a time. . .Prom '76. . . Ellen. '15 f v ,. J...- !' f I I oahx ' X 'I fx 'TID DIANNE R. MARTIN "I cried because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet." Cruisin. . .one of the gang . . . Majorettes Co-Captain . . . M-D 20-20. . .rowdy. . .Di. ., ' A ' " II 'S :- . Q ,I L 4. ,.' ROBIN S. MARKS QR.. I 1 I J 5 .. .J DREW SCOTT MARLOE "Though we travel the world over "Judge not a man by his mind to find the beautiful, we must alone, but how he uses it." carry it with us orwe find it not." Casual . . . April '76 . . . Summer '76 . . . creative . . . "Wings" . . . enjoys sports and shows, parties, art. . .involved, concerts . . . Macumbers . . . caring . . . Robbin. individual . . . Drew. 1 I , A.. N,I"""' 'Z J' A I 5 PAUL MARSHALL "Life is like a maze of doors: keep on pushing hard or you'll wind up where you started from." My head . . . wants to follow in Scobie's footsteps . . . unique . . . "Really, JB., buddy?" . . . Paine's campground . . . spacy . . .Beaker. .an f' gf Dig them pearly whites! 'I 'L ,A 1 :X :I :il t iiiigiii " ' t I f PM VY' N f' . 'Iii J I I F1 PETER R. MASON "Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination." A future lawyer . . . memories of Israel . . . sincere . . . involved . . . Boston . . . dedicated . . , Peter. JANE ELLEN MATH ESON "Theres a spotlight waiting, no matter who you are. Everybody's got a song to sing. Everybody's a star." Down to earth . . . caring . . . always smiling . . . Jane. 'ia' ,- ,ff I' 1-I T65 1 si , ' I-if LISA MCANU LTY "Theres two paths you go by, but in the long run theres still time to change the road youre on. Quiet. . .a future secretary . . . carefree . . . Sharpshooters . . Lisa. 67 BARRY MCCARTHY "Life is yoursg make it what you will." Friendly's . . . laughable . . . BAMF . . . hanging around . . . "Hal Na!" . . . future in busi- ness. . . Charlie. 'YN if'-v JAMES M. HUGO "All you touch and all you see ls all your life will ever be." Good-natured . . . "much later" . . . The Pitt . . . Dennisport . , . the Tubes Concerts . . . laughable. . . Mac. "Int-W1 'fi J 2,5 tp.,- i-Ji lx A L , . .1 XX is x f X ' , DENNIS MICHAEL MCKINSTRY 'The only way to have a friend is to be one." Rock and Roll music . . . l'What's up?' '.,. friendly, out- gorng . . , Putt-Putt . . . care- free . .Mac 68 JOHN MCCARTHY 14' 'xx LYNN FRANCES MCGRATH "A smile can never be kept: It can only be given.away." Hard worker . . . loves to travel trip to Bermuda California . . . Florida . . . Wil- lie's Home 42 . . . future nurse . . .concerned. . .Lynn. - r""'!"l3x ! Find something funny, Brian? DANIEL M. MCGUIRK "Some people love life, others hate life, but I just live." Straight forward. . .parties. . . "The Street" . . . future electri- cian . . . mysterious . . . silent ...Mac. MARY PATRICIA MCKENNA "Why did you say you couldn't live without me? You went West, I went East, but you're still aIive." Party-crazy . . . fun to be with . . . "Ya think so, huh'?" . . . P.J.. . .well-dressed . . .attracf tive. . . Mare. ,S N 1 me 31 is PAMELA JOY MCKINSTRY "The more you love, the more you'll find that life is good and friends are kind. For only what we give away enriches us from day to day." Gymnastics captain . . . "Give me a break" . . . friendly . . . Pam. GERARD L. MCLAUGHLIN Easy-going shy, good- natured . . . ice hockey . . . Pipe Jitter . . . "Waita minute" . . .wood shop. . .Gerry. I xi CHRISTOPHER MCOUADE "Be nice to the people you meet on the way up because you'll meet them on your way down." Reliable . . . lacrosse . . . calm . . .realistic. . .Chris. GREGORY E. MEDINA "And you and I climb clearer to- wards the movement, and you and I crawl over valleys of end- less seas." Musical . . . ambitious . . . plans to visit California . . . ex- cels on the drums . . . well- spoken . . .Greg. Will you get a load of those legs? E' ,A . KX X , 1 Ili. , .gk ft 'jxx .1 X .4 J' f If 3- I 1,7 x N. X LISA ANN MICHAUD SCOTT MILLER "It seemed like the right thing to Friendly . . . memories of Swe- do at the time." den . . . AFS . . . involved . . . Well-dressed . . . future secre- football trainee . . . ambitious tary. . ."Give me a break.". . . . . . spirited . . . intelligent . . . David . . . blue eyes . . . unique Fish. . . .a true friend . . . Lisa. 9-fr .X JOSEPH P. MCNAMARA "You who are on the road must have a code that you can live by. and so become yourself because the past is just a goodbye." Goin' west with Bert . . . happy . . . music . . . free, alive . . . Joseph. ec" if I MAUREEN MEDIEROS MARK MITCHNICK "I'm not smart. I try to observe. Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why." A future Vet . . . dependable . . . ambitious . . . "four wheelin" ...easygoing...N.H.... Mitch. 69 ' mr 'Q . XP! Iliff I L , .- , ' a U' ,'L,il' w y . 4- i ,ix V J, - 16,1 . , x 15.3 ,,.' ,, .g f ., - it 1 ' 1 at 3 x f 4 I .. f . f . . -2' 1 qw sg v,a..,,q:":,,,,..-JN l-K I P' in-L. 'iff KATHERINE MOORE .ST A-2 iii V I +V' L 1 I 9 E as ' - -t , ,. ' x0 I ei .Xf CAROL J. MURPHY "From the timber of your life: building a tavern, not a temple' Schizophrenic . . . horses . . an individual . . . Prom '76 . . my house . . . 'lReaIly" . Murph. Av- X . If-.....' .' 1 DOUGLAS S. MORAN Spirited . . . concerts . . . Skip Day '76 . . . "What's everyone doing Friday night?" . . . Macomber's . . . Wings . . . sports . . . individual . . . kind . . .future C.P.A.. . .Doug. fx lwx SHARON MARIE MURPHY "A laugh is like the wind that fills the sail of life." Dream-maker . . . future biologist . . . sensitive . . . summer '76 at the lake . . . in- quisitive. . . Mursky. ABRANDIE L. MORRIS "Life is not a having and a get- ting, but a being and becoming." Friendl 's . . . outgoing, caref- Y ree . . . basketball . . . art . . friendly. . . Brandie. Wf'M""" w X . I i 'S JANICE M. NADEAU t'Keep smilingg it makes people wonder what you're up to." Memories of "cochitch" . , . considerate . . . "the unex- pected" . . . imaginative . . . laughable . . . the beach . . . Janice. ' i WILLIAM A. MRAZIK "Live your life the way you want." Cape . . . A.M .... "Get on it" . .. alive . . . determined . , . concerts . . . Yes . . . Hoptown . . .free. . .Buzzard. 4 A TERESA M. NADEAU "A true friend is a gift of God." Lives for today . . . memories of Lake Winnipesaukee . . . likes the outdoors . . . lacrosse . . . full of pep. . . bright. . . Terry. 70 xi Am I playing the right song? was l ' I Have it your way. . . 'vf 1 . . 1 . ' If'fZ6l2S'5 -PVYYIIHLJIM-5 127 A 1 ' fmcfzffiwe 'WE' L MARY ALLENA NERI "Wherever the future leads you, dreams are waiting to come true." Laughable. . .future in medical technology . . . "Tell me about it" . . . Pistachio ice cream . . . warm and friendly . . . Mare. u6"' WILLIAM F. NUGENT "Natures first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower, but only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf, so Eden sank to grief. So dawn goes down to day. Nothing Gold can stay." xl" .X - , ,4- - af' .gl i. ' . - if ' , 5 ' '- gr ' ' -ZA' I 'rt vt. ,..l . , ' fi, .632 I "2 1, 'Ap 0 if ANR . gi ,g.g . I -I PATRlCIA NOBLE Quiet . . . enjoys skating and bowling . . . conscientious . . . smart. . . likeable. . . Pat. T117 ELIZABETH R. OBER "What you learn today, for no reason at all, will help you dis- cover all the wonderful secrets of tomorrow." Tanglewood . . . trips to Florida "Que sera, sera" . . , expressive individual . . .witty. . . Lisa. 35 CATHERINE NOONAN "lf you love someone then you must let him go free, but if he comes back then he's truly yours." Crossecountry skiing . . . Maine . . . Proms '76 . . . future in nursing . . . hiking . . . Xmas '75. . . Cathy. ,pac JAMES P. NOONAN JR. "You can't control the length of your life, but you can have some- thing to say about the width and ' depth." Donna . . . R.l .... '76 Proms . . . Football 45668 . . . Biked to Barrington . . ,Jamie ' 1 Sfiui-U I +7Ej.'iC5i?f Y' K5 BRIAN J. O'CONNELL JAMES F. O'DONNELL "Oh I have roamed o'er man The muster field Future TV , y . . . . . lands, And many friendsl've met, Camera man . . . "Casey" . . . O'D not one fair scene or kindly smile, will this kind heart forget." Fearless and unique . . . "Don't even think!". . . Okie. 71 Mare, is that really a wig? '17 bi PATRICIA M. O'RAWE t'Each one should give, then, as he has decided, not with regret or out of a sense of duty, for God loves the one who gives gladly." Future in Spanish . . . radiant and romantic . . . Canada . . . Tricia. DAVID F. O'ROURKE "On the day of victory, no one is tired." Athletic . . . high school All American award . . . track . . . the dike. . . Bones. .. . ..M,.,.,, - S, . 7 . t sk , 4 4 'Y gawk? ff, is 48-H' X, Q, , IRIS M. ORTIZ JERI OTEY BAIBA KRISTINA OZALS "Life is made up of dreams and "The greatest achievement in the "Life is a series of surprises, and OUIY YOU make them V93I'fY-" world is doing something people would not be worth taking or SIVHIQNIOVWHVU 5 V I ,USG - - . said you couIdn't." keeping if it were not." Confldem - V I blke f'd'f'fQ - - V Individual . . . unpredictable Quiet . . . sincere . . . caring UID 10 Puerto Rico . future . . .athletic . . . horseback rid- . . .Switzerland summer'76. . . model j I . "lOue Papil" . . . ing. , .sports. . .Jer. "are you serious?" . . .dancing Plflky- . . .Baibs. 72 HENRY ORME "Rejoice, rejoice, we have no choice, but to carry on." Happy go lucky . . . never at a loss for words . . . polite . . . "Eye" . . .the Who concert. . . Henry. JOANN M. O'ROURKE Active . . . hard worker . . . liv- ing for today . . . "McCartney and Wings 76" . . . bowling . . . La Cantina . . . a future C.P.A. ...Jo. s if ' , 1 'I . ' -N . ,. J-5 X-RQ s JOHN PAETZOLD "Life is a journey, not a goal." Creative . . . witty . . . HI may look dumb, but l'm not as dumb as l look." . . . shy. . .excels in creative writing . . . Paetz. GUADALUPE PANDOLFI "Life is worth the living, well worth the taking, having and the giving." Serious. . . honest. . . loves to sew . . . Feb '74 . . . sensitive . . . "Ah! chut up" . . . fruit- loops. . . Lupi. an SUSAN J. PARKER "Though the sea erases foot- prints from the sand, time will not erase these memories from my mind." Vibrant. . .fun loving. . .Duck mobile . . . cruising . . . sum- mer '76. . . "Yaahh-whoo" . . . Chujie. PAMELA L. PATTERSON "Let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing." Natural . . . partying . . . memo- ries of Prom '76 . . . "twinnie" ...cute. . .iively. . .Pam - RITA PIA PAOLINI "Our days are so crowded and our hours are so few, theres so little time and so much to do." Cruisin'. . .full of pep. . .P.C. . . . "Thats Italian!" . . . Cape 76 . . . N.E .... blonde . . . laughable. . .Ri. C"""' ,. Za' A . x. .ix -4 . A . i'. , 4 fx .. ml" ix. if? .. " THEMIS PARODOS "Take things one step at a time, and you won't step on your own two feet." Easy-going . . . loves soccer . . . inquisitive . . . "Treat others as you'd have them treat you." . . . individual . . . Themis. DAWN LISA PEARL "lf you love something, set it free: if it comes back it's yoursg if it doesn't, it never was." New York . . . mysterious . . . fun-loving. . .Partyl. . .one of the gang. . ."Sure!". . .Dawn. ,.. . .F . , - l' Ag 5 fi f 1 I 'Q--. . 'O Z f MXH y ,f KATHERINE D. PAPPAS "Life is no popularity contest, you should be what you want to be and not what others want you to be." Good-natured. . .romantic. . . trip to Greece . . . Elton John . . ."Peachy". . .sensitive. . . Kathv. is 5 .Ui ' i','5' -. I, ' in - ' , I Hg. V, sy' :ra xi . 8 L ,ur--.,. - 4 pi Y ff' 1-, - ' ' 1 MICHAEL G. PAQUETTE "Better to die standing than to die on your knees." Fun to be with . . , enjoys work- ing with wood and metal . . . lucky. . ."It's cool". . . Mike. Ziyi if r . IE xii x The Goiters' Secret Weapon - Three Hands! 73 DAVID J. PEDDLE Easy-going . . . Motorcross . concerts . . . optimistic , never at a loss for words . yeah, . fLater!" . . . Dave. , S iv ' ff. V' MICHELLE A. PISELLI "I have learned that to be with those I like is enough." One of the gang . . . good na- tured . . . concerts . , . Ber- muda '77 , . . caring . . . party- ing . . , sincere . . .future nurse . . .Michelle 1' fi Q.:-v ,ga , . - 3 F PETER PERESHLUHA ARNOLD N. POLLINGER "ln all his life, Henry Ford never had a Cadillac." Musical. . .intelligent. . .band . . .unique sense of humor. . . track. . .music room. . .Arni. JOSEPH CARL PERSSON "You've got to shake your fists at lightning, you've got to roar like forest fire, you've got to spread your light like blazes all across the sky." Creative. . .talented . . . future artist. . .an individual . . .Joe. ,, 1-5' -i -1 .v . A -. t, ,V .. . V, y ry' Vai . :L - . -1:21 ew? mi - rf' P W 'r ' 2 A . s. . . .,'. 1, ts LAUREN SUE POTISCHMAN "A smile is a gift you give to others, but a friend is a gift you give to yourself." The Beach Boys . . . poised and well-dressed . . . Florida . . . always smiling . . . ice cream . . . bright . . . friendly . . . "The best!" . . . Lauren. 1... X :Xi 3 ' f' 74 4 L Pucker up, guys, i' u W9 U I -A- LISA M. PHIPPS "Be to friends' virtues very kindg be to friends' faults a little bIind." Fun-loving . . . The Path . . . vivacious . . . weekend ski trips . . . outgoing . . . artistic . . . Phippsie. . ,INQII I 43-fm I 1. A W CHRISTOPHER J. PREVITE "I can resist anything except temptation." Outgoing . . . loves partying and listening to music. . . Pizza Pub memories of V.S .... "What's up?" . . . enjoys whatever he does . . . funny, his sax . . . friendly. . . Chris. if MARTHA A. PRICE "Life is full of color, when you see black and white, you merely exist." Novelist . . . drawing . . . party- ing . . . summer '76 . . . warm- hearted . . . "That sounds wicked decent." . . . sixteenth birthday. . . Martha. as-Ji DAVID QUILTY "Aim high and always gets there." Wilson Drive . . . concerts . . . the store . . . Q. RUTH MARIE RAWLING Carefree . . . easy-going . . . slim . . . secretary . . . sopho- more year. . . John . . . "I am going to kill him" . . . Ruffles . . .cruising. . .Ruth What you see is what you get! ff-HQ, :W -if V flf ROBERT STANLY OUINN Quiet . . . enjoys music . . . ex- cels at hockey . . . often seen at Friendly's . . . tall . . . reserved . . .Ouinnie. KRISTA J. READ "Happiness is living now, not dreaming tomorrow." Eagles' concert . . . skiing . . . enthusiastic . . . "the unex- pected" . . . radiant . . . easy going . . . Duxbury . . . Krista. 0" ,Ri KIM A. RACE Ml am forever walking upon these shores, betwixt the sand and foam. The high tide will erase my footprints, and the wind will blow away the foam. But the sea and the shore will remain forever." "1-sf y I HERBERT REDDOCH Reserved . . . a man of few words . . . conscientious . . .J. I ' VEB' z,,g": ' . Q - .iw ,fn , 1 . J, 1 .1- .- ' iff? 18 UN 1 Y- K , fx x ' --1. xx .5 fuk '5-. X A - ri J F. 4. A4f.5', ' og . 1 ' .K . ,, xg. -,.p 1 N I ' K'-VNIHLI , G I . L. LOIS RADIS "We've come too far to leave it all behind." Grateful Dead Concert '76 . . . living . . . casual . . . laughable . . ."Oh, but really". . .journal- ism . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Lobo. qs if ERIC STUART ROBINSON 'IWithout knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know men." Summer 76. . . fun-loving . . . considerate . , . memories of Stone-hearth . . . talking with friends, the theatre . . . sincere . . .Eric U 75 f'-" FOX NANCY IRENE ROBY MONSERRATE "lt is theufriends in my life, and RODRIGUEZ the happiness and fun. lr have. "The child is father to the Man." that makes "fe Worth "V'n9' Imaginative . . . LiIo's club . . . Florida 75 ' ,SOFCSV - - - memories of Puerto Rico '76. . . hangs out at Christines. . .ath- imemgent A U 1 dancing . I . letic . . . smart . . . understand- A-proud to be a Ricann . ' I psy- ing. . .Nan. ohology . . . sensitive . . . Monsi. 'Jog , li-4 JULIUS L. ROLLS Confident . . . industrious future chef . . . competitive loves hunting and fishing Lee. nfs 195 it it-4 r'4'8',f V 5 ft KAREN ANN ROMANAZZI "Keep your face to the sunshine and you shall not see the shadow." Personable . . . always ready to help. . .a true friend . . .future respiratory therapist . . . memo- ries of summer in R.l.. . . Kar. Q- vf i ,- VALERIE ROGERS f '-I - 'X I X . JOHN ROONEY "After all, it's only a weed that turns to a flower in your mind." Hard worker . . . carefree . . . high-spirited . . . loves music . . . dreams of California . . . Roon. it 'Qui 'J 'ivl 2 '.,ti "' I '- r mv 'it . ' ll TRACY ROSE "lt is not necessary to light a candle from the sun." Quiet. . . natural . . .enjoys ka- rate. . . adventurous. . . bright . , .Tracy. zts- xa f' f Yi? 5, VIVIAN ROGERS "You're only as good as you are, for dreams are only rainbows, and life is worth searching." Finds happiness in everything she does . . . concert-lover . . . "Ya know'?" . . . Sherman Hart . . . delicate . . . unique . . . Brown Sugar. SONIA E. ROSA "Time can't destroy its beauty for as long as memory lives. Years can't erase the pleasure that the joy of friendship gives." Natural . . . friendly. . . "No re- ally? You're kidding me!" . . . Soni. QM? 'X l 4' x 'l BENJAMIN NEAL ROSENBERG "lf you smile at me I will under- stand, 'cause that is something everybody everywhere does in the same language." Likeable . . . skiing . . . Wheaties . . . ambitious . . , "Hey! YAYl" . . . Crosby-Nash . . .a true friend . . . Ben. "lt's the only gum my mom lets me chew." 76 i lvs A ,Q-mi, K .' 1 his -'V' Sig .X NI ELLEN ROSENBERG "There is only one success -to be able to spend your life in your own way," Individual . . . a free soul . . . playing guitar. . . Israel . . . in- telligent. . ."Marvy". . .El. GARY J. ROTATORI "Many dreams come true and some have silver linings. l live for my dream and a pocketful of gold." Dedicated . . . memories of "the Who" and "Yes" concerts . . . friendly . . . Sports enthusiast . . .Rota. Q1 Q fri x ,-.---.-ani: RICHARD SAPORETTI "There are only two kinds of people - Italians, and those who want to be Italians." A dreamer . . . 11114175 . . . "thats rude" . . . cruising . . . likeable . . . concerts . . . crazy . , .Sapo. rx rf I Y: S ' WENDY K. ROSS "The only way to win happiness is to give it. The more we give, the more we have." Likeable . . . memories of the Cape and Beach Boys Concert . . .full of life. . . loves to party . . .smiling. . .Wend X X. is , - V I JULIE ANN SALES "The times l've had and the friends l've made from the place l'm leaving will help make better the places l go in the future." Fun loving . . . involved . . . sports and friends . . . bright . . .Julie. Presenting . . . the mysterious Doctor Strangeglove. ..,H, ,. ,bup- fi' DENISE LYNN SAMPSON Sharpshooters . . . excels in gymnastics . . . memories of summer '76 trip to Ohio . . . al- ways full of life . . . happy . . . determined . . . Athletic . . Neicee. rl 5 ,f'x.Yt N vvjytium Sy lk JN -, .4.,' I in X S' V . 'g ' ' X .rlbxyrx V 'vu if 'V Na A fx CN E xrfxqqx. ' rxghjfvj .lisa is I LQ, 54 tatxixf-, Ktxligag K 'IX Cixi' Q. -.x Od Qs-V tn WO' N' ttf' .ioAN SAVAGE 3' M PETER .1oHN SAVAS "The most completely lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed." Lively. . .Cape Cod . . .talking . . . laughable . . . "l'm Sure" . . . never at a loss for words . . , third period . . . swimming . . .Joan. "Understanding is getting under someones skin, not to aggravate but to feel the same joys and sor- rows." lndividual . . . "Don't worry about it" . . . a romanticist . . . Mary . . . handsome . . . Beach Boys. . . P.J. 'I c""79 gift ,K DONNA ANN SAMPSON l'Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it." Summer of 76. . .outgoing and happy . . . Gary . . . ambitious . . . a future nurse . . . the Eagles Concert . . . Donna. fagwr Nw -wig K ,ff .Xl .wb ROBIN SAVELL "Awake at dawn with a winged heart and hive thanks for another day of loving." Creative . . . drum majorette . . . musicals , . . llGet rowaie' . . . bursting with energy . . . Savelli. 77 fl T51 SVP a Y 1-if , .y L ...X I .. ...W .. . :ya BRIAN SAWYER "Every moment of a persons life is spent ultimately seeking his own happiness." Quiet . . . soft-spoken . . . al- ways keeping busy . . . good- natured . . . Soybean. KARL D. SCHWARTZ "Winners never quit, and quitters never win." Skillful, . .woodshop. . ."You know" . . .Montreal. . .hockey arena . . . industrious . , . bike riding. . .Schwartzie f Y if-xv' BRIAN SEAVEY Nutty . . . Ashland parties . . . loves good food . . . memories of New Hampshire and the Cape concerts . . . the bomber wagon . reliable . . go-carts and deep-sea boats . . . Harold. 78 US Y ELIZABETH ANN SAWYER "Life is fortified by many friend- ships. To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness of exis- tense." Prom '76 . . . Cape Cod . . . warm. . . Peter. . .considerate . . .Beth. ef- 1 ROBERT SCU LOS "Every day I have to look to the sun to see where it was where l've come from." Concerts . . . waterskiing . . . the Cape. . . crazy. . . "intense man". . .A.U.T.W.. . .cruising . . .Robby 'Nr' N. . N X ..- ' 4 X . 'v- 'JAN NEAL H. SHAFFER "To see the truth, to love the beautiful, to desire the good, to do the best." Easy-going. . .Alpine Slide. . . a future doctor . . . Linus . . . Colorado '77 . . . "Yes" . . sincere . . . ambitious . . Shale. JAMES G. SCAN LAN "A pyro is never without a match." Music . . . wacky . . . dances . . .auto mechanics. . . "rebels forever" . . . Jeff's Place . . . partying . . .Zim. LOUIS K. SCHIAVI "You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars have you a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is un- folding as it should." v iiiuuui. 3,1 Ll IIIQITER I ' .U ,n I know it's in here somewhere , . . .--- -Q. Hey, Des and Bob - spiking the batter? 3 ix 2 e 11 .1 tag' kv' r.:'i . r . - n'-:Y 1 1 'Nv- 'wx -H xx-J-' v 5 .Cb THERESA M. SHEEHAN "All that's to come and every- thing under the sun is in tune but the sun is eclipsed by the moon." Prom '76 . . . Cruising . . . "What's the story?" . . . a true friend. . .intense. . .S.M.. . . rowdie. . .Terry. I- r-Aw XJJXG xii 1 fi as . x,.x . ' X as .- an ' if 45 5 I 'Q '51 rt.. I L 6 I. I .. ..2' STEPHEN H. SHELMAN "Wefre here to do a job in life, and each and every one of us will put everything we've got into get- ting the job done." Outgoing . . . a real charmer . . . excels in b-ball and soccer . . . Beach Boys, waterskiing . . .Shtiff. gn.. THOMAS W. SHAHOOD "Just take a pebble and cast it to the sea, then watch the ripples that unfold into me." Partying and concerts . . . Coast Guard Beach . . . a devoted WBCN freak . . . summer of '76 . . . Those Crazy Days . . . Tom. LINDA JEAN SHAW "Be you giant or grain of sand, words of wisdom are "Yes, I can." Confident . . . involved . . . Wells Beach . . . Boz . . . "The Little Three: concerts . . . Brian . . . emotional . . . a shining star. . . Linda. CAROL SHEVRIN "Walk hand in hand, together we will stand on the threshold of our dreams." Summer '76 . . . trip to Israel . . ."lt's been real". . .realistic . . . determined . . . friendly . . .Carol. MARJORIE ANN SHAPIRO "But I would not be convicted by jury of my peers. Still crazy after all these years." Out for a good time . . . Prom 76. . .J.T. Concerts. . . enjoys guitar . . . creative . . . musical . . .Margie. -ag ' ALISA C. SHEAR "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Israel '76 . . . "It was so funny" . . ffriendly. . .piano. . .easy going . . imaginative. . .Lisa. WILLIAM S. SHUFRO "lt's the good loser who finally loses out." Athletic . . . Cape Cod . , . "How ya doin', doll?" . . .a fu- ture lawyer . . . good-natured . . .a real charmer. . .cheerful . . .Billy 79 ROBERT SIEGAL - 't i E 0 gi f s .t- f . MARCY SOKOLOV "Set me adrift on a sea of hopes l'll set my sail to a new horizon." Talkative , . . enjoys parties and concerts . . . caring . . . memo- ries of Nantasket . . , iiAre you nuts'?". . .rowdy. . .Lovey. 345 at -xx Q' . in X '. f TCSS ri - JOHN A. SKATOFF UNO matter what happens in life: life goes on." Clearbrook Swim Club . . . fu- ture Naval Officer . . . Skate. .3- nv ,dl 4 . ,, f X 41 'f ' 'i,--fn i- ns' . . ' x Q ' ' 5 f 1 i Q v r I wrt, if T - tgiifutffgfl HAROLD H. SOLOMON "lf any man seeks greatness, let him forget greatness and ask for truth, and he will find both." Unique . . . competitive . . . ex- cels in soccer and track . . . fu- ture in medicine. . . Harry. C i Tv " 'i' V , X X i A . ' 1 - i X 'i , , .N L '- E J rs v C fp CHARLOTTE SMITH "lf you see someone without a smile, give him yours." Creative . . . musical . . . tal- ented . . . sailing . . . lacrosse and trombone. . , Chuck. in ANDREA M. SOMA "Strange how much you've got to know before you know how lit- tle you know." A sports lover . , . graceful . . . a future fashion retailer . . conscientious . . . David . . . loves the country. . .warm . . . Kitty. 1 ,ff ,Z L- f X Y' W V XX 1 ,x .XZ tix ' ' i :X X ,X I Ryu. Rf ,L STEVE LAWRENCE SMITH "You can be anything and every- thing you want to be." Honest . . . reliable . . . confi- dent . . . '75 South over North football game . . . playing ball . . . "Yo, what's happening?" . . .Smitty. -Ibm RICHARD D. SPECTOR "All that's best of dark and light meet in his aspect." Basketball . . . ambitious and determined . . . parties . . . never at a loss for words . . . Fiick. ku. 5 . 80 s Ouch, my cornsl U XTR. -. 4 Whats up, Doc? CN yy! JAMES M. ST. ANDRE llThe difference between men and boys is the Price of their Toys." Concerts. . , reliable. . . party- ing determined . . . Saint. -4' WENDY M. STEIN "The life given us by nature is short, but the memory of a well spent life is eternal." Israel . . . a leader . . . "Applause" . . . dedicated . . . future in medicine. . .B-30. . A true friend . . . Stein. 445 J. I X X lil I l PETER ST. LAURENT Cheerful . . . determined . . . hockey . . . Framingham Centre Common . . .future dentist . . . friendly. . . likeable. . . Pete. 'QT' x Sr lf J A 1. ELIZABETH STAVFIIANIDIS I'l am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I love today." Originally from Greece . . . good-natured and sensitive . . . tennis, dancing. . .a future sec- retary. . .enthusiastic. . ,Elsa 'API . J ROBERT B. STEINBERG "Ideals are like stars, you will not succeed in touching them with your hands. But, like the seafar- ing man on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides and following them you will reach your destiny." , at 'Q 4,:Ai55l 'U ' ' f r I SUSAN E. STEINBERG ls-EA- MARILYN ANN STEIN "We may lose or we may win, but we'll never be here again." A future lawyer . , . "You dummy!" . . . always willing to help , . . bike riding . . .ambiti- ous . . . sweet sixteen . . , seri- ous. . . Marilyn. r ra t rr ' i of , 1 Afvr ' . as ALAN STOPPEL "Life is like an onion - you peel Friendly . . . future in forestry acouple of layers and you shed a , . . casual . . . enjoys photog- few le8fS." raphy. . . likeable. . .Al Partying . . . emotional . . . being with friends. . . alive. . . 1f9 . . . concerts . . . likeable ...Sue. 81 Q L 5, X N -A F - W J J A .R X. E H- L R 1 5. . 3 N.u1Z' 'K X t X Xff t - , Y 4.x az.. V, xi ,. . .4 .R X N1 CA' slf. rx 1 ' '-' ' X x 'vx ft "' A A - LISA ANN SUPENO "Was it only yesterday when we metg will it be tomorrow when we forget?" F.H. Camp. . . high spirited and friendly . , . "gingham!" . . . ready for adventure . . . daringly direct. . . memories. . . bubbly . . .Lisa -410. . -el' .991 I'- lf I only had a basketball . . . 'AMQ .A .V kv. BRENT SWAIM "We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there." High-spirited . . . soccer . . "Go for it" . . . competitive . . T - - f outgoing . . . Friendly's . . VERONICA A. SURRETTE "l've saved some sunlight if you should ever need a place away from darkness." Carefree . . . party-crazy . . . casual . . .Bunky. 1 .1 if, Bem-Bem. l , .. , 1.1-s - ,. J, D,- .. 'L 'J'- l X Q X W ' f-Fix f ll 4 W" . . 71 . 'i , ,fw ,, - - CHRISTOPHER D. - L .....1.f1-aAv c. TANNAR TAKACS f 5 "Smile - and the world smiles '- with you!" The Cape . . . friendly . . . Flog . . . concerts , . . born to be wild . . . mysterious . . . Red Bomb . . . "lt's been real!" . . . Tannar. "The life given to us by nature is short, but the memories of a life well-spent are eternal." Junior Dance '75 . . . soccer . . ."Go nuts!" . . .friendly and full of life . . . Football '76 . . . The Path . . . active , . . Tak. ' :?',j'TEff' Q' ' '7'f"""-ff ' V .tix 4' ' i" 'f ' N 'f ...FAKE if 2' Q .'? .Q N, , 'JA . .5 JEFF TAYLOR "So I'll continue to continue." JONATHAN F. TAYLOR "lf there is no wind, row." Skiing and swimming . . . Cape Wellfleet . . .easy going and re- Cod . . . Wellfleet . . . natural liable . . . Prom '76 . . . "lt's and free. . .happy. . .Jeff been real" . . . lacrosse . . . Cape Ccf' . . .active. . .Jon. T IL O-ZXQXOI Wouldn't you like to know? MICHAEL G. TAYLOR "For when the one great scorer comes to write against your name, he marks not that you won or lost but how you played the game." Dark . . . natural . . . romantic . . ."Oh man". . .athIetics. . . Mike. A? 5.1292 .i., . r s . .e,.' .- SUSAN RENEE THOMAS "Live for today, for tomorrow may not come." Full of life . . . Prom '75 . . . Loves to travel . . . Tortola . . . outgoing . . . aggressive . . . "Lets go to Beantown" . . . en- joys meeting people . . . Sue. ENRICO A. TOGNACCI JR. "Always wasting away the mo- ments that make up a dull day." Concerts . . . nights at Turk's . . . Robin Trower '76 . . . cru- sin' . . .Ftick. DEBRA E. THAYER "Live free or die." High spirited . . . vacations . . . "I don't believe it!" . . . natural . . .laughable. . .Debbie. DAVID THOMES "Live for todayg have fond mem- ories of yesterday: work for to- morrow." Enjoys concerts and partying . . . seen at the beach, the Muster-field, and La Cantina . . . hockey . . . "Fleally?" . . . Thomsey. BRIAN E. TOLLE "l've got to be where my spirit can run free, gotta find my corner ofthe sky." Dramatic . . . sensitive . . . memories of Halloween '75 . , . "Nothing's wrong" . . . fun lov- ing. . .BriBri. RUTHANN MARIE TOMASSINI "Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one's own sunshine." Cruisin' . . . one of the gang . . . good natured . . . partyin' . . . warm-hearted . . . memo- ries of Bermuda '77 . . . friendly . . .Cubby. 'VT HOLLY LEE TOMLINSON 'tNow l've been happy lately. thinking about the good things to come, and I believe it could be, something good has begun." Artistic . . . McDonalds . . .ski trips . . . dedicated . . . poised . . .Holly. 83 A x V' Lx 'JQ it .NN X VO A Xi ,sf lv -v XJ Sfgjstq. Qt' PAU LA JEAN TOSTI "Have fun while you can, fate's an awful thing, you can't tell what might happen, that's why I love to swing." Outgoing , . .poised. . .cheer- ing. . .skiing . .the Cape. .. Chica. . .glue sister. . . Paula. f LARS E. VOLDEN "You can't always get what you want." Smoke 'em up . . . '68 Camaro . . .Breaker 19 for a Beaver. . . Jethro Tull Concert. . .summer of '76 . . . cruisin' . . . Dennis- port . . . Laconia, N.H. . . . whatever. . . Lars. QNX 84 KI BE Y ANN TRUDEL "A world is at our feet as fragile as clay." Personable . . . sensitive . . . Bates Park and "K.D." . . . en- joys concerts . . . "Really" . . . a true friend. . . Kim. fs AN 1- -Q. "' CYNTHIA WALKER SUSAN MARIE TURNER "Ya can't win 'em all, but we do a pretty good job at most of 'em." Dov'e? . . . Marconi's . . . "Hi, Dennis" . . . Kruzin' . . . high Spirited . . . May 13, 1975 . . . the redhead . . .daring . . . Su. JBNQK -ri' tx , o- W- Lxltx 'L , V ' H I 'P ml on HILARY WALKER "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the dif- ference." The mountains . . . the T-Bird . . . roundabout . . . thoughtful . .natural. . .artistic. . .Hil. 1-3 Uv f UJ1 :Li ' .4-5 LAURA J. VALANZOLA " . . . and only then, when my dreams become reality, will I be truly happy." Enjoys dancing and music . . . New York . . . friendly . . good-natured. . .long nails. . Laura. YVETTE DENISE WALKER "There are things that can't be bought with silver or with gold, for thoughtfulness and kindness and love are never sold." Partying . . . loveable. . . "It's a joke," . . . Framingham State . . . talented . . . exciting . . . Chaka Kahn. 'G-.I Y ww., I Xu Rh. if ivsx Smile and the world smiles with youl 'f 'J 3' ',,.-sr. gf. l Listen my children, and you shall hear .l 7' T' 3 43 s'XI GREGORY J. WALL "He who is blessed with a musi- cal mind shall be most in love with the loveliest." Musical . . . memories of Montreal - '76 . . . never at a loss for words .. . "Good enough for Jazz" . . . Music room his hangout. . . Greg. PATRICIA ANN WALSH "Very little is needed to make your life happy. It is all within you - your way of thinking." Friendly . . . tennis . . . blonde . . . medical secretary . . . un- derstanding . . . skiing . . . Trish. ' DAVID M. WATERHOUSE "Life is too important ever to think seriously about it." Variety shows . . . caring and good-natured . . . Yes concert . . . "Yeah, yeah, yeah" . . . at the path . . .spirited . . .Agua. -ug ,J ,Q MICHAEL WARE "Hatred stirs old quarrels, but love overlooks insults." Wrestling . . . carefree, sensitive forgetful . . . Prom '76 . . . Mike. ., ' 'Zn JON M. WEBER Enjoys sky-diving and concerts memories of the Prom . . . taken . . . different . . . easy-going ...J0n. NANCY ANN WAREING "lt's not the things that can be bought that are life's richest treasure. lt's just the little "heart glfts" that money cannot mea- sure." Reliable. . .soft-spoken. . ,fu- ture fashion coordinator . . . Nancy. if BARBARA A. WELLINGTON "Enjoyment of the things you like must be interrupted to be ap- preciated most." "What am I gonna do?" . . . tennis . . . horses . . . Prom '75 81 '76 . . . The Pink Letters . . . New Years' Eve '75 . . . 6 white roses. . . Barbie. i -at MAU RE EN A. WAR LICK "All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." Partying . . . imaginative . . . a true friend . . . adventurous . . quiet and likeable. . . Mo. LORI ANN WERNER "That's ridiculous - Let's do lt." Enjoys biking . . . audio visual . . . determined . . . Prom i76 . . . athletic . . . radio- controlled airplanes . . . friendly . . .Mickey 85 5.1 , i I, i 1 i L. if l MICHELLE ANNE WHITE DONALD P. WHALEN "If you cant convince them, con- fuse them. I came, I learned and now l'm leaving." "lf I live for the days that have gone by and dream of the days to come." Never at a loss for words . . . Future as a pilot . . . enjoys sports . . . Cheffers house , . . Miss Vancavage . . . a true friend . . . adventurous . . . Donnie. swimming . . . always laughing . . . friendly . . , tennis . . . Shelly. 86 Nan... ,Nt 'nun , ,,. ad' Nag 312'-13 .I F ' ", I 3, -1 Hey there, big boy! Q-n xl 5, WENDY B. WIENEFR "The moving finger writes and having writ moves on." Summer '76 . . . bubbly. . .fun to be with . . . volleyball . . . Wen. ,.. "STV of X .XX DONNA J. WILKS "A man's reach should exceed his grasp or what's a heaven for?" Tennis . . . creative . . . artistic . . . determined, competitive . . Donna. VONDA G. WILSON "Love is a look, a smile, brief as an instant, long as eternity." Horse-back riding , . . l'I reckon' '... soft-spoken . , . Hawaii . . . warm . . . friendly ...Von. EVAN K. WILDER "Life is the opium of man, death is his reality." Gymnastics . . . understanding . . .Music Room . . .Austria '75 . . a future doctor. . . realistic . .creative. . . Evan. MICHAEL L. WILLIAMS "Education is a continuous pro- cess of adjustment to environ- mentg and when one claims to be completely educated, it merely indicates that he is in need of a change of scene." Creative, athletic . . . Mike. JEANNINE A. WODTKE "Then you will know the truth and the truth will set you free." Drawing . . , unique . . . crea- tive . . . dancing . . . Canada . . .truthful. . ,Jeannine l1- 'J STEVEN DANIEL WOODS l'My goals are many, but life is short, the end of an old beginn- ing and the beginning of what is to be." Parmenter Road . . . confident . . . "Oh, Yun" . . . concerts . . .apples. . .summer '76. . . Woody. c'-'1 'i i. I .I BURK C. WRIGHT "lf you keep living for your to- morrows, you'll never live any of todays." The truck . . . summer '76 . . . confident. . .skiing . , .unique . . ,individual. . .'tWho has the cards'?" . . . Burk. MARIA EMILIA ZAFFINO "Love is the answer that everyone seeks, love is the lan- guage that every heart speaks." Funway. . . Rickey, 8!29!76 . . . "We don't think so" . . . dark and witty . . . hair styling . . .a true friend . . . Ria. It's for you. ,I PATTI-JO WOODSUM "A mistake is not a mistake until you refuse to correct it." Career as a secretary . . . alive . . . partying . . . caring . . . easy-going. . . Patti. DAVID R. WYATT "A memory is a part of life that is sometimes more memorable than life itself." Career as a civil engineer . . . happy-go-lucky. . . Dave. SUSAN A. ZANELLA "The most beautiful gift we can give each other is the truth." l'Enus" . . . Annie's place . . . born to be wild . . . Junior year . . . rowdie . . .Aerosmith . . , daring. . 'L-Ji LISA T. ZIGELBAUIVI l'How can we let it slip away?" Fun-loving . . . KJK . . . skating ...Prom '76 . . . natural . .. SC . . ."twins". . , a true friend . . .Ziggy WW' , ,,,, . . .. ,. ..l,,,. ' I x,1:.'s,,,y 1 v ,WQW A , ' i' 'IAQ +A' I ' 75' .f . 4 I . -. ,,"f' 3 ,Q U' 1 rv x A ,- f,,,2r'f "lf 4 is ills 1' I FRANK C. ZONTINI l'FoIlow me and ye shall never lack amusement," Enjoys good music . . , trips of 75. . .casual, . .303B. . .re- liable. . .lovable . .Frank 87 A. F. s. A -a-..4. , -- A YEAR IN FINLAND When I first heard that I would be spending a year abroad, everyone asked me why I would do such a thing and miss my senior year with all of its fun and excitement. I had second thoughts at that time but now I know that there is no other place but in Helsinki, Finland. Sure senior year is great but where else but in Finland can one have the joy of running from a 200 F sauna into the frigid 35 F water. What this place does have is an air of excitement. Where else does the sun rise at nine fifteen in the morning and set at three fifteen in the afternoon. During the summer, the sun sometimes never sets at all. It is all in that great AFS. experience. l have made aquaintances here that I shall never forget. I have lived the Finish culture and spoken one of its languages. I do think that after all l have been through that it has been worth it. Robert Frost put it the best when he said, "Two roads diverged on a yellow wood. I took the one less travelled by and that has made all the difference." Scott Miller VW A VISIT TO THE U.S.A. Last year when I learned that I had become a member of the A.F.S., I was the happiest person in the world. The A.F.S. is a great organization because it brings the people of the world closer and it creates a more peaceful and more friendlier world. I was beginning to imagine the many difficulties that would be awaiting me in a new, far, and very different country. At first, my duty was to give opportunities to the American people to learn about me and my country. Then, my duty was to learn their language and their customs. I have been in the U.S.A. for four months and I still have troubles. For example, the first is the language. I feel a lot of things and want to express myself but I cannot find the right words. lt was also hard to get used to the foods, but now I like many of them, especially peanut butter and cold milk. I have compared the American culture to my own and the best result was experience. I do not think I have learned enough yet. I must try harder to learn everything. When I have done this I know it will bring me a wonderful experience. Mehmet Guzel W ...J - I1 !"lC.L4 V97 A SUMMER IN GERMANY Living in a country separated by communist and non-communist beliefs helped me to understand better the A.F.S. slogan, "Walk together, talk together, O ye peoples of the earth, then and only then shall ye have peace." However, exposure to politics was only a minute part of the exciting summer I spent in Germany. The immaculately clean cities, the abundance of beautiful flowers, and the precise, quick trains also captivated my attention. l'Il never forget the hospitality of the people with whom I lived and whom I grew to love. Thank you, A.F.S., for an enlightening experience. Michelle Conserva 89 Etching - Jeff Gunn Friendship Friendship doesn't come overnightg It takes many years to root- a tree - lt weathers on its long plight, And is always free. First, it starts as small as can be, And then it grows with pleasure to see. Money can't buy this valuable thing, Although like a person a tree wears a ring. Its beauty can only be seen in the "eyes of the beholder As friendship and trees grow older and older. lt's never the same in any place, And you can't rush it as perhaps a race. No matter where it is, lt doesn't grow like a whiz. As it grows older and stronger, lt will last not forever, but longer. So breeze, breeze, blow us together, ln this lovely fall weather. V Jill Greengus A Qgqv- l I-. . A 4 2 'f .1 -..ff . ,fl ' - 'A E ' 'xox Jn .. -, Q , .- ' l 'T ' - " 1' ' 4 ...' ,yt .ol p ..,l- I' I 1.13212 L5 'Q . t . :FE - got :?--' .. +int.. .- :".'.'3"- .gf 1 -.'.J.ff, .6 7, l 'nuff' Pots - Louis Schfav: n 5 I , 1 .D 1 -Iii'-7 fl' F -. 5 s 1-,'. A fag. 1' I ta. . . 4 g . Spiref, f , - s , . Many years have passedfand' a, day I ' Still we walk inthe path ' A ' P V- That leads,tothe.l.ight ,V--" l t I' A 1 . .. . Shining down on this great beyond J 3, . 3 41 F, -Thoughts ignite us, 'Ietlove unite' us. il , ' ' "' ' 'Turnlyourfaceto-the wind and taste , his lovewithin + . ' y ' I ' You.'ll.find a friend everlasting love, l Q . '- ,.,,,, U .,Jf?-J-r, ' l . 5,1 it ft' You bless acnild+ . y ' Ourspirit perpetuates'+ ourspirit S. 1j5Jjf -,jf Meditates love andfairn ,a-a e r , .S mhijzq. .. A 'We must make our brothersseej , M 3 4 -" ,f '13 . That the .light is shining on you and me 'f-f,?!,f7'-2,652 it The land he gave - . . 4 T ,ai-4u"QQ: 'ay' - a Roads we must pave ' ' ' P ' o . I R - fy 4' qt -x .an , . Ast' 25- Q P . ' " ,fmt I A Through each other's 'eyes sees' Humanity will rise 4, 1 ' In love - ' . ' j A Andour spirit will P Q V Be at one with thee. . ' , J P . A VAlycia Harris 'A Photo by Robyn Goldberg 1- A Place To Be Sometimes l go out to the field, Where no one is around, The grass towers like sprouting pillars, So l can't be found. The world around me is far gone, I think of things I felt, And though I can't see throughthe grass, - I see inside myself. Martha Price UNDEFlCLASS You can depend, everytime yoursmile - JUNIGRS Junior Steering Committee: Row 1: K. Woodell, K. Ryder, L.J. Carroll, R. Cohen, S. Durkee, L. McKinstry, S. Russell, V. Howard, D. Ottaviani, L. Blumenthal, B. Goldstien. Row 2: L. Faulkner, L. Breslow, J. Jrolf, D. Malone, C. Palumbo, L. Fosgate, J. Morini, J. Sharples, M. McKeown, J. Halliday, E. Gabor. Row 3: D. Bolstad, E. Pressman, L. Wright, M. Kelley, A. Zimmerman, lvl. Waterhouse, M. Tomlinson, T. Rigopoulos, A. DeGozzaldi, R. Tucci, A. Sullivan, S. Harding, J. Rosenberg. Row 4: J. Sullivan, J. Tersoni, G. Taylor, T. Harrington, T. Golding, C. Delaney, A. Cytroyen, D. Wilson, R. Roberts. l Junior Class Officers: vice pres.: A. DeGozzaldi, pres.: R. Roberts, treasurer: R. Lennard, secretary: B. Goldstien. 1 x 1, A-...,,,5i "f -A-V T' 1 ' ' """--Fi? 0 .V ,I r P 'g. i- ' ' ' ' f 'M 1 , If uv V - .. 1 -1? T rx-,gs ' I 1 n'X v5 1 '5 E 'fel LO' ,g,m.s-I--rv.,--1 -- Nfl di 42' 4l C.. iv! L 43 53 :l x 'is 'x f is 5 A175 I .ul fr S fwfr' , . 1.11- ,fav-. . '!.' wks' M-X ',v-1 W UX 'Nun A- "s cf if ii 4: 'V k' ff U51 f . 335' . pix ""'U ,. 1 Hx .1-am 'Hx 'X QQ C Tx fx! fx N X ' J X ,fx ful J Ai 1 D 1 , . 5 L bw f 'QJ -16 'ix ,Q-:fir M, . 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',y.,1, 'HI' ""vfC' I -A ,, " f'Z1'?'T':'i'5 581 ' ' M N" "i,1' ' ' ' , .. 1 ', 'A 5, . . -Civ' 'Q , - , X ,- -- 143. ,,."E5k T"- 1 up f s F : , I" lib--w - 4 1 iv S x N w 1' q J '19, V, gi X -'Q' ' il W -fs' , ' I 5 ,Q ,Q if ' 1' " I of .. 4. -ani 'ff . ...wg as 'dv L-lafz . is 4" ' Q22 'WI Q43 . Q J...-A Y 'f '1 1 Wh 1 1 nn -pw Ei ,gf .-.- 'S 1 Q -'Fu f gg? f , ru' 'K' 3.4 1, ff V s E 6"i -1 - Secretary. SOPHOIVIOFKES . .1421 ji A rf, ' L 1 . tri laid W . .5135 l. 2: 5. -4-L1 Sophomore Steering Committee: Flow 1: A. Flosenburg, M. Cohen, R. Halliday, M. DeMorais, M. Soulharis, A. Keiley, J. Miller. Row 2: M. Fournier, T. Dufel, J. Crosby, J. Sullivan, L. Swatinski, Row 3: E. Casey, V. Read, S. Aaronson, L. Willingham, C. Swaim, L. Dvorkis, L. Ballou, C. Carpenter, A. Bernhard, S. Tomlinson, E. Videra, J. Foley, N. Shwert, J. Goldman, M. Bliss, A. Clement. Qi .,-Bus. . All .N I-.L - ' N' 1' 4 1 v- ff 4- I 1 X J 5 Sophomore Class Officers: Back Row: J. Mil- ler - Vice President: S. Apkon - President, Front Flow: Fl. Halliday - Treasurer, J. Foley G, 1 S f T4 'bv ur Il V in-e':::sld'-' J. ' 1 . . 3, gn -1 po 1 2 . K 6 0 1 W -pf---' l E I 3 w. A " df-as , "Um 'wwe .914 X 21 .Ji f, 5 . A14 1 Y n X "Q -Ro '5 Abi-Q-"1 1' til nf' ' - to e. '14, Q43 I-' TQT'-ix-:iaj 5 YT. ,n ,lx ,1--' - . :UQ WK' T., ,h 91 ,--,, J Ifv. " fl' 'xx 102 F31 fl Lf' 1 x S.. 1 I :K 5- 9. 5 Xa 58352 1 Emma:- . . V. ' 1 Q 'J ' 1- U ' 1.3. 4 1.15, 1 x - L., ' '.. -'Y 1 'C 'C - .' rf-an lir- I' ullgr' -.,4nl"" Q. '-1-3x11 QQ , 4 Nu S5 74'- lr. - as ,Q l -um-5 A M? 6 o -A as I -'1 x. . ""' +-fri, . I it 1 - -' TN .1 4337- V. ,-Q, . -:J 103 1.5414- uuvmsigx is ',..h I Q'-x. Rfb 1,7 ix ip L., x in a xnff' I" fl! -5 " 'skill ' ff? 'ff .T xgif. may-v Z Qui- ? u m .x F ,J YI ul rp I .541 F 5- if?- 9 . 'S '99 .xi J , .hp n .Pr-0. '4 1 8 sv' "an Fair .I f.-:gif ,i gay lwyu s.. 14 V ' . 1 - 'F' ' ,- '-L I A 6 I 'lil fri ml A gl 4. " x 1 ff 'N rr' i as xl' A ...K I., 1 .L A - K ax' ' Q - 4 ' V , V 1 B X l ' Q R 1' fr S KE .47 .- r it 4 ,,. 3.3 f, 3, a' ax I !u,'4l4'g if 1 I p rf?" 3?- --W 'v ' U If I' z ff V A' T' ,1 vx f-iff' fm ' feT53iQl'1f' E.s1T1, ?f' 3.2 'L N .1 xx 5 FFIESHIVIAN 'Nl l Q i ii , l . L l Freshmen Steering Committee: Flow 1: D. Tarver, K. Phipps, K. Potischman, L. Moy, G. Swartz, S. Smith. Second row: L. Christian, L. Epstein, S. Seltzer, L. Flynn. Third Ftow: M. Goldberg, C. Smith, S. Garner. Freshmen Class Officers: S. Smith, secretary, L. Christian, ,ig president, M. Goldberg, Vice president, J. Nolan, treasurer. l N7 fi V1 1, -lik. 4'-.Lt WW ??Q4'Qfif'- 1. ' if-.Q yu X J. ' . 'S 4-iff' 2f'f'fWi"3lllllllll " . , ' liill K illll, . ' IKM ?""'N 'QS if ll 4, ws J s "1 X -I .1 ,gf lx , ' 1 , . . If . 1 ' ' In ' , 1 ' s ' vu- 'F' XP, ff.9,Q4'L,,, ' v fnlw' X5 Vx?-wx-X xx 1 1 1 l .. ,fl 'k4,A A 4 aff-.iff 'f' JI! yum- H0 5 4 .3 'Q' ,rf an'-.1 '4- 7234. . SQA' af. Jn., v 4. .lu nv A 'F . fn , fxv 1 5 i 1 ' Z . . ' f L . Q J, 1 ' Y . , 4, - 4 ' ' ,4 1 ""f?, cg. ' ,4 ,,,. ,. ' 1- up 2,1 ,. . , I1- :' ' rift, f 7 ff? z"2!1u..,oA!- X ,,,,- To Love To Love is to live To Live is to experience To experience is to grow To grow is to know we are here We are ahve Cathy Noonan 310 A My Mirror You are called cute" To attain this title you have made a Slight fool out of yourself in front of the girls, Until there is little distinction between the real you and the Raving idiot in the halls And you you giggle for the guys Barely stopping before your supply of air runs out. And all this just to frantically generate some fond memories Steve Grady V L ,, . . . ' f I . , , ,,. A lu. . 1 . ' ' an Ns. . . . ' ....,:., S, . . .-za. - . jen, .-A D. Nw, -.,?'f2.:. . Nw 1 'kjj I-' ' ' . ' xi - Two grown men Two grown men See how they run . See how they run They both ran for the President's place 1 One got stuck and the other displaced l W Did you ever see such a sight in your life I As two grown men ' I Two grown men Jean Bachman pen and ink drawing - Debbie Jacobs pastel drawing + Donald Crane . ACTIVITIES AND . 'I 111 "YOU'FlE A GOGD MAN CHARLIE BIEKOWNH The Senior Play December 3 81 4 l K I ! N . TIT' 1 'fx A X k Q l -Q-q 2-....- lip q lui A I Q-I I 'WI I if xl, X! nf' .lm 1' 1 J' .5 Ai .Aff .1 .2 Y ,J f ,,5 I ! " R -si i ' 5 SCAPINO November 4,5,6 NA A S AL 533 :s if ? . DRHCL1 gummy ZO, 21,422 T ?! '54, 'i. Interest in the language clubs is growing every year. We have been able to generate active membership and exciting activities in Italian, Spanish, German, and French clubs this year. The Language Club Festival was a highlight of the year for all the language clubs. Songs and traditional dances of each country were performed and samples of the traditional foods, as well as many delicacies, were served. Many interesting and unusual events are being planned for the rest of the year including trips to the theatre and the opera, and to many well-known restaurants specializing in European delights. The language clubs engage in many enjoyable activities, and ones that are culturally enriching as well. There is a general feeling of warmth, enthusiasm, and interest eminating from the language clubs this year that is sure to make them more successful than ever. ' ..f -if lov", L "f:'?l---Q . . -sh Ng S' I SPANISH CLUB: FIRST ROW IL TO Rl: L. Goldstein, M. Shapiro lPresl, L. Ober fVice Presl, K. Corrigan lSecl, W. Wiener lTreasl. L. Werner. SECOND ROW IL TO RI: T. O'Rawe, V. Eradi, M. Gonzales, D. Donovan, C. Feola, Vicki Matheson. B. Matheson. THIRD ROW QL TO RJ: B, Suarez. F. Feola, J. Wodtke, E. Videra, M. Dinan, C. Lowry. FOURTH ROW IL TO Rl. Miss Jope IAdvisorl, R. Baugh, W. Seline, G. Pappas. I "9?a.f -1' 'f'.G.",d ,S'?'f Q G .ix C2 af' .'- Q- "1 In-A .:. g I .. . f xx' ' 'X 'X A , , ff- S Qi-.V I I he GERMAN CLUB: FIRST ROW: IL TO RJ: M. Guzel, D. Galvin, J. Sullivan, T. Flanders, D. Essig- Iamn, K. Fell, V. Zisis, K. Schwartz, R. Skillerin, D. Birstein. SECOND ROW IL TO RI: J. Thayer, B. Wilder, T. Wagner, T. Black, J. Flanders, T. Gurivitz, D. Messana, P. Thaihain, R. Callahan, Mrs. Rubeski. FRENCH CLUB: FIRST ROW IL TO RI: D. Nixon, D. DiRado, M. DeMoraes, L. Swotinsky, C. Gladstone. C. Coburn, M. Dalton. SECOND ROW IL TO RI: Miss Satlak lAdvisorJ, D. Messana, C. Towne, T. Black, P. MaBrook, D. Raphael, K. LaRoche, D. McGuirk. THIRD ROW IL TO RI: R. Thome, C. Dyer lTreasI, E. Viderra, M. Oakes,S. Kleinman, A. Bren- nan, S. Becker, R. Steinberg, N.Dickman, K. Carrol IPres7, A. Choe lSecI. MISSING: M. Finn Nice-Presl. LATIN CLUB: SITTING IL TO C RI: L. Sales, S. McKeating, B. Butler, D. DiRado, C. Gladstone, C. Coburn, E. Col- ,,.,,.,,, ,L , O , I -- A Iins. KNEELING IL TO RI: C. Town, M. Murphy, T. Black, D. Jacobson, L. Christian, C. O'Donnel, T. Sliney. STAND- ING IL TO RI: A Rosenberg ITreasI, C. Silver IVice-PresI, D. Cripps, A. Brennam, P. Mabrouk, M. Kahn, J. Junker, W. Stein, J. Junker, S. Mab- rouk, C. Liverman, J. Bober, K. Spector, D. Tobey, A. Clement, M. Levenson, Miss Vancavage IAdvisorI, E. Rosenberg IPresI. MISSING: B. Sawyer ISecI, J. Sales, L. Liverman, L. Provencher, P. Zakon, I. Bachman, P. Bolstad, A. O'DonneII, R. Roberts, A. Zimmerman, D. Malone, L. Willingham, M. Bergin, D. Corsini, A. Venegas, D. I Afonso, C. Alba, T. Steeley, R. I Aronson, L. McKenna. ..,, L 4 , -A I 1 Af. lb! 'ff ' f 5 I i A 61, ' ' ' F - I 1 . -. "' ' . .S I X . MJ-.. - a 4' ' I I I '. . jv v"'. ,xx fi' ITALIAN CLUB: FIRST ROW IL TO RI: B. Fiore ITreas.I, R. Paolini IPres.I, L. Carrara IVice Pres.I, B. Erickson ISec.I, E. Leverone. SECOND ROW IL TO RI: L. Rosado, J. Surro, N. Hayes, L. Hoey, D. Messana, B. Messana, P. Tessicini, Miss A. Gucciardi IAdvisorI. THIRD ROW IL TO RI: R. Coniglio. C. Bartolini, C. Cox, D. Saporetti, L. Yusikones. 118 FOURTH ROW IL TO RI: R. Callahan, D. Essigman. FRAMIN ea-IAA Wm ...Y ' 'I-211, ' " Ii-4 -V ek 1 - M. ,RA !..G. ,, 1 .4 I ,, J., ,' 3, L I .1 - 'v' f Q Q .,-"1 ' . 1 . s KEY CLUB: FIRST ROW IL TO Rl: G. Pappas, C. Bartolini lPres.J, J. Taylor lSecJ, V. Krikorian, P.R. Person. SECOND ROW IL TO Rl: J. Farese, V. Farese, C. Cavalieri, J. Howard, C. Clinton, Mr. Krikorian lAdvisorJ. THIRD ROW lL TO RJ: E. Wane, J. Gartz, M. Rynkiewicz, J.Kulkin. FOURTH ROW I L TO Rl: B. Verdy, M. DeSimone, N. DeWolfe, E. Collins, J. Hildebrand, D. Taylor. Sn 'S ,-4 'Sag FY N f 4' V I SKI CLUB: FIRST ROW IL TO Rl: M. Fitzgerald, E. Upham, L. Alfano, J. Raverby, J. Broseghini, D. Corsini, D. Ottaviani, G. Thomas. SECOND ROW IL TO RJ: J. Rosenberg lPresJ, P. Mahony, J. Pearson, J. Taylor, I. Sliney, A. Bloch, T. Logan, L. Flynn, L. Goneau, D. Jacobs. THIRD ROW IL TO Rl: J. Doe, Mr. Engall lAdvisorl, R. Cohen lTreasl, R. Sullivan, L. Carroll, E. Wright, S. Tomlinson, K. Lynch, L. Lyon, G. Gerome, R. Zlgelbaum, L. Rosenblatt, M. Silverberg, S. Seltzer. A. Kelly, B. Rosenberg. LT .5 1-4 ,r-xr ,.,. 'tt A. --'TT QA ' I AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES: FIRST ROW QL TO Ry: P. Walsh, J. Grant, D. Cripps, D. Tarver, M. Ferragammo, D. Walsh, C. Tibbert, J. Goldberg, S. Levine, A. Gillip, L. Klinger, M. Witt, E. Sawyer, T. Dallapee. SECOND ROW QL TO RJ: B. Hybby, C. Manseau, L. Crone, Mr. McCarthy, D. Girstein,J. Miskinis, L. Werner. MISSING:K. Lebo, H. Kerstgens, R. Tarver, Lee F., S. Goliger, K. Manwura, P. Mason, M. Paquette, R. Pedula, R. Steinberg, F. Stuchi, J. Thayer, C. West, D. Elkinson. OOO Z1 1 .g A .- - tru' Sgxfqib CAREER CENTER AIDE: D. Messina. COMPUTER AIDES: LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Doherty, C. Pappas, S. Moore. wo 5 W-uf 1. SPEECH CLUB: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Lazewatsky IAdvisorI, D. Cooper, C. Snevrin, W. Goldberg, S. Katz, I. Cooper, S. Becker. MISSING: P. Kabler. U1HI..illlHk,.JI.ij.Jll! .--B1 H IH-.I l ..-iiili '- U fy Y' , T' "' flvl , I Y, , n-.a C: --AA- .M JM . L 1444, STRATEGY AND TACTICS: FIRST ROW IL TO RJ: C. Dyer, D. Donovan, N. Peoorella, P. Walsh, C. Hommel. SEC- OND ROW IL TO RI: R. Tava, L. Keating, J. Bertolini, S. Malakutla. -K x l N 0 Q I I rr .5 ' .A . 5 6. SCIENCE QUIZ TEAM: LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Dickman, C. Hommel, S. Malakutla, P. Mabrouk, S. Becker, F. Hommel, Dr. Meagan. MISSING: B. Fitzgerald, D. Waterhouse, M. Oakes, G. Bassan, J. Herendeen. I 1 Hi. ' FF. ff ' - -"A - -1 N 4 It ' . ' ' "J II I- If . i I 4' 3-X A I 1 'NJ wi I N . . ..f. I-L1 -if fy ., ., , , 121 175. 1 'I xx! :af aj, 1, .7 1- 1-y VARSITY CHEEFIING: STANDING: D. Esperion, E. Upham, L. Carroll, P. Hopkins, B. Hillman, K. Galant, J. Travis, V. Cobb. KNEELING: D. Creasia, P. Tosti, K, Foster, C. Bryant fcapt.I, B. Erickson, K. LaMarque, D. Esperion, T. O'Flawe. 1 P: 1 CHEEFIIN GCHEERI NGCHEER INGCHEE FQINGCHE ERINGCH EERINGC HEERING co NWN X ' tgirl! ..f .1 .- -n. JV, CHEERING: STANDING: T. Lewis, L. Dvorkis, L. Guerra, L. Christian, J. Foley ltri-capt.I, J. O'ConneII ftri-capt.I, B. Sullivan Itri-captl, J. Foley, E. Lemire, B. Lunny, M. Kirk, D. Fulton, L. Decina. KNEELING: D. Saporetti, M. Bayer, D. Moran, T. Varges, M. Hoecker. SITTING: S, Cummings, M. Kelley, T. D'AngeIo, C. Swaim, K. Ryder, L. CD 0 B I 'xx L U E COLOROU,fgREgf1Lie5t gxiglrgy1KL.pJaoLc:41ai!,16vJsCc-gsiiggliD. Voisard, D. Teschner, A. Abrams, R. Goldberg lcapty, S. Durkee, B. I G O W H I T E B L U E AN D W H ITE B L UE AND W HITE BLU E AND WH ITE . . . POM POM GIRLS: 1st Row fLeft to Righty: K. Corrigan, R. McCarthy, L. Wright, V. Howard, C. Carroll, N. DeWolf, V. Bagley, S. Parker, K. Christian. 2nd Row ILeft to Righty: J. Coburn, S. Carroll, J. Kramer, C. Silver fJr. Cocap.y, J. Pearson tJr. Cocap.y, L. Alfano, H. DiCenzo, R. McKenzie. 3rd Row fLeft to Righty: D. Birstein, S. Allen, S. Doody D. Derado, J. Kulkin, P. King, L. Flynn. 4th Row lLeft to Righty: D. Doody lCocap.y, C. Gentili ICocap.y. IVIAJORETTES AND FIALLIES MAJORETTES: STANDING QL tb FU: L. Hoye, L. Comarado, C. HayneS, P, Flobei'ts,WK. Nardini, D. Nardini, S. Capstick. 'KNEELING QL to FO: D. Martin fco-cap.J, A.'Coburn foo-cap.J. D ' ' L D H 'un ,gr ,U --'H ' . 1.- Dynamic Duo e Pobin and"LoriDw lv,-xxx' :N Q' J , I 124 K' v,,,,, +1337 ,,....q-- ,,... "nv - 1 f ,, -. ,, V- '- fi . - J gp C 0 ' r Z ,H r I 1 ty ., 1 . H Q, ffm.: ,J . 4' Q f vs' x at A . . Q 0 , . " ' J J 125 THE "BIG SHOTS" YY-N. XX! ,Ae In I SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE: KNEELING IL TO RI: D. Blatt IPres.I, L. Aronson ITreas.I, A. Soma ISec.I, A. DeIPrete IVice-Pres.I. FIRST ROW IL TO RJ: D. Birstein, J. Sales, R. Boldberg, D. Jacobs, L. Potischman, E. Goldman, C. Noonan, M. Neri, L. Liverman. SECOND ROW IL TO RJ: N. Shaffer, B. Wellington, B. Erickson, S. Hendry, B. Fiore, L. Supeno, L. Ber- ger, C. Gentili, C. Bartolini. THIRD ROW IL TO RJ: G. Grout, G. Bernson, D. Crane, M. Foley, B. Rosenberg. 'Ji' Y!- I THE SENIOR COTILLION Wd! P W7 r -9' , k. F Lvtagx y.'.1 , :bf 4,2-I ff' va-0 .,,. N1 v H J Y X X 1 G- A A , R 41 6- J. ,f ,. X. I Z f HONORS AND AWARDS 1 - "HW r I lx Q8 I V.-I chi 41174 t fn 'H' . 1 F: -w"7'i"Q i ex N1 Jewish War Veterans Award - John Dudek Daughters of the American Revolution Award - Susan Hendry Y 'JBL 'uf '-2.15" 7 lx'-,,, ' -, , . A .v .C ,P f:'T5i"i2' r - ' r' v gifqg 'qui .1-4, we 1' 6.5. U ' V4.3 5.-f r ' fl I. ,it y ' 'JX ' S'- iv-yn:,'5'.' - . 5. -1: alia. ,Q ' N . 5 wil' 3 11' , ...Y-J' N-...A 'M '-14 5, Jn! ,. , A dx.-15" " ,' 'I ' ""' 'W J 1.' ,Q-. . . , ,"" 5lvs.:,.,H J. . ,f"" -M.. ,-"0'sg. x 9. - .- . . "ts, ff. . -gf! :X . , In inn, ."hl, 4' QP rv. , 'Q A - .-,, . 1 -X J Student Government Day Representative - Benjamin Representative to the School Committee - Peter Mason i Roiaenborq Q' 'll , ,ilu f . - ' Y fffrii-wav,-ex-.A-' H7 i , . H . 5-XJ. 4 . 'Wig' fs. Vaci, A-, ..-.11 -.i r . zu- .- c .-gf .-fr - Adrian Graham: An Accomplished Musician Amidst the galaxy of South High students, there are a few shin- ing stars to be found. One of these stars is Adrian Graham, a tal- ented and dedicated musician. Adrian has applied his musical tal- ents to the french horn. a mellow, complicated brass instrument, often considered the most difficult to master. One finds this hard to believe when listening to the beautiful music Adrian makes with seemingly no effort. For the past six years, Adrian has studied under Carolyn Panasevich, a teacher of Needham. Adrian has been a member of the Band and Orchestra, the Brass Ensemble, and the Jazz Band here at South for the past four years. He has earned the distinction of being the best french horn player in the Northeast- ern District and in the state. He has also been recognized as one of the best french horn players on the eastern coast this year, by being selected to play in the All-Eastern Orchestra. Besides par- ticipating in school related activities, Adrian plays in the Mas- sachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble, the New England Conservatory Youth Chamber Orchestra and the Greater Boston Youth Sym- phony Orchestra. With GBYSO, Adrian has travelled to such coun- tries as Columbia and Russia. As for the future, Adrian will con- tinue to play his horn and he plans to further his education in Music. If his past record is any indication of what is to come. he can't help but be a success. We all wish him lots of luck. , .... -I 'lf' 'ew , if -wg.: !,.J gf 1 - ,- tri QW? ' Lf- 'L Voice of Democracy Contest Winners John Ventura Pier Giovanni Renzoni, Student Advisory Council Representative Jennifer Sullivan - Neal Shaffer. Alternate - EStherarir1 Pressman L , ' .,, uirdf-n 1 1- 'l px' I c - ' K- O:-ELISA Ark' GIRLS GLEE CLUB: L. Alfano, I. Bachman, M. Baer, V. Bagley, R. Benmaor, J. Bertolino, D. Bertrand, A. Brown, L. Casella, E. Casey, P. Chiariello, L. Christian, D. Cooper, M. Corcoran, D. Cripps, J. Crosby, K. Dickmann, D. Doody, A. Downey, L. Evans, L. Faulkner, M. Goldberg, L. Goodwin, K. Griffin, K. Hakansson, S. Harding, V. Howard, L. Hurwitz, A. Jordan, M. Kelly, I. Kelly, P. Kenny, J. Kramer, K. Laroche, M. Leddy, A. Levy, L. Levy, Y. Levy, C. Manseau, R. McKenzie, K. Miller, P. Noble, C. Orton, C. Roby, R. Rodman, R. Savell, R. Scanlon, K. Sherman, J. Sullivan, L. Swotinsky, W. Teshner, V. Tognacci, J. Travis, L. Turner, S. Turner, L. Valanzola, T. Ware, D. Wheat, J. Zeichner, J. Travis, A. Carlton, D. Testoni, E. Collins, J. Holbrook, E. Henning, N. Murphy, M. Diehl, J. Devine, K. Beaver, C. Gentili, E. Goldblatt, J. Solari, I. Cooper, T. O'Rawe, L. Carroll, J. Wodtke 0 X ,715 43. ' 1 Aff ,I 1 . s 'V Q 0 -2 'A' i lf' F ' '. 'ide its I as BOYS GLEE CLUB: FIRST ROW fL TO RJ: J. Noonan, C. Cavelieri, A. Dow- ney, D. Blatt, P. Savas. SECOND ROW LL TO RI: K. Beaver, L. Casella, Mr. errone, I. Van Sloven, T. Ware, A. Danforth, P. Raditz, P. Kenney. THIRD ROW IL TO RI: M. Ware, M. West, B. Croft, G. Natoli, M. Cueroni, S. Odems, A. Graham, A. Ely, C. Man- Seau, L. Klein. .Ll 1 I .' 1 13' 'J u X ,A-3 , ' , 3" . Sf P TJ 3 7.21. X,-,Q 'y"x.Tr " X: R' - Ql- , 'X 51 . , . , .F Q91 f K .,, '.l , -" N xxl ' , ' af.. x S' ' 'Y i . I. , 'X' , .' , , X Lx - 5. m .P " , ' Q x "I ' m 'E ' .Lai N. 1 ' 1 5 132 J rv , 1 3 1 ,,,4 4x,! "- ru A ' SUV ,AP BRASS ENSEMBLE QL TO RJ: K. Hartt, C, Smith, N. Downey, M. Henderson, P, Herman, A. Graham 44 .I .xgxbv V ,D .ia. N-1 ORCHESTRA: L. Adler, S Apkon, J. Attard, D Ayka nian, L. Blumer, L. Casella C. Cox, A. Danforth, A Downey, N. Downey, P Downey, T. Dufel, A. Ely, J Feil, S. Fishman, M. Fortier B. Friedman, L. Goldstein, S Goliger, B. Goodwin, P Grady, T. Grady, A. Graham E, Hakansson, K. Hartt, S Hayer, M. Henderson, P Herman, W. Huntoon. P Jones, P. Kabler, K. Kent, D Knoff, L. Kupferman, J Lage, M. Leary, S. Mabrouk M. Marder. D. McCormick P. McGowan, M. McNally, S Odoms, A. O'Donnell, G Oliva, W. Oosterrnan, K Phipps, C. Pirkle, A. Pol- Iinger, L. Previte, L. Prove- ncher, J. Savell, R. Savell, P Savas, E. Sawyer, S. Silver C. Smith, J. Smith, L. Tan- nanbaum, A. Wagner, G Wall, L. Willingham, J Taylor, G. Wrin f YRS ,-5 H15 Hs! U'-9 . . ,- Oosterman, K. Phipps, A. Pollinger, L. Previte, L. Provencher, F. Roberts, J. Savell, R. Savell, E. Sawyer, M. Shapiro. K. Sherman, P. Savas. Shapiro, S. Silver, C. Smith, J. Smith, C. Smith, L. Tannenbaum, R. Taylor, B. Tolle, T. Wade, A. Wagner, G. Wall, E. Wilder. , .,.,1w ..2'n". ' 1' 55393 N "O H30-nz O.Q.Q.:-ro '3'333," ' Ulm. 2 OOP ' 9091, EU. :xl- gy. Q31 EIEQ:-'og ?93?m Usewm ZPVQQ SFQQF 9,I9NO 3OQ.Nm -.CDfQ9lU ",L'5f2.9:m f LD' IU mga 53905 659328- ggcgufg DJ -137.2 D' Y ' - ggmgw 33255 o KD 23355 3135.29 ,,2'. 43' :U - o ZS- gg 3993: CD SDKCD g3J,3'Usf' --X' ' O 5-'PHD' - 2 OUJ F2925 . m ,,, 52225 U43 Z4 Q57 :DUQJCD 'i' 37-2 35Sr5 ro- m zfOfQ zF'::cn' EXE.. eg33w 3-.UJEC bgxgg 'wiga 29mQ K'Dg..E.nO 3 -me Sngmlt-91 PCSIWQ og?I O, mm!- Or-330 Dmmgm Dmomm 2.235761 55w35 ' V 1110 955330 SQSQS Ziiiww nl CD OJ 1 V' STUDENT xx uw' A ap s exewx I I -vi K K Tx. w. . l T34 IS? 'l ri-fl Xl Nici' -J 1. 4 ...J STUDENT GOVERNMENT: FIRST ROW QL TO Rl: N. Shaffer Nice-Pres.J, E. Pressman lCor. Sec.l, R. Goldberg lPres.J, J. Sales lRec. Seol, B. Rosenberg lTreas.l. SECOND ROW QL TO Rl: Mr. Zlnkevlch lAdvlsorl, C. Bartolml, N. Murphy, M. Sllverberg, A. Abrams, T. Marks, A. Bernhard, J. Goldman, S. Horlick, P. Russell, R, Venne. THIRD ROW TL TO Rl: J. Ventura, H. Solomon, A. Zimmerman, C. Snyder, S. Durkee, S. Aronson, C. Palumbo, M. Blass, L. Guerry, P. Saponaro, J. Foley, D. Ryakiewics, J. Rosenberg. RAL x, ,,, annum 742-0 742-0798 I 742-2086 Q Q 3.1iLEMl A I """""""' I oston-- M lorth Shore- E' 135 National Honor Society The task of this year's National Honor Society was not only to undertake many new programs, but also to project a society that would truly re- flect scholarship character, service, and lead- ership by settlng the standards for all the Na- tional Honor Society groups yet to be at South High Under the direction of a team of highly dedicated officers and a patient advisor, NHS. endeavored to enlarge its scope by brightening several walls with original murals, volunteering at Cushing Hospital originating a club bulletin and school calendar, and helping the S M A R C as well as continuing the traditional Christmas Project But of equal importance is the fact that N H S was concerned about its own future as an honor society and worked dil- igently to create by-laws and to upgrade its standards for future members. From this year 3 hence it will be a special privilege and respon- - sibility to say I am a member of the National NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY I I - 4 I aff nr ,GV NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: FIRST ROW lL to RI: R. Steinberg lTreas.l, N. Dickman QVice Pres.J, W. Stein lPres.l, C. Noonan fRec. Sec.l, C. Smith lCorr. Sec.l, Ms. Hickey lAdvisorl. SECOND ROW lL to Rl: G. Pappas, L. Praventura, G. Oliva, L, Hoey, J. Butler, L. Jordan, L. Fillipe, L. Crowley, D. Jacobs, L. Potischman, L. Aronson, P. Tosti, E. Rosenberg, E. Ober, M. Finn, A. Choe, C. Hommel, S. Marloe, N. Aikanian, E. Pressman, R. Thome. THIRD ROW: lL to RI: C. Smith, C. Silver, V. Howard, J. Ferro, K. Woodall, L. Evans, C. Gentili, J. Howard, J. Dudek, B. Swaim, C. Takacs, P. Walsh, B. Morris, J. O'Day, B. Sawyer, L. Werner, S. Gurney, B. Convery. FOURTH ROW: lL to RI: J. Dudek, L. Faulkner, R. Cohen, A. Zimmerman, M. Kahn, M. Waterhouse, C. Snyder, K. McKor- mick, T. Nadeau, D. Thayer, L. Supeno, S. Hendry, A. Danforth, V. Bagley, E. Wright, D. Ottaviani, R. Aronson, D. Donovan, M. Oakes. FIFTH ROW QL to Rl: D. Taylor, P. Herman, A. Pollinger, B. Barrett, M. Moran, D. Waterhouse, B. Rosenberg, M. Feigleman, C. Bartolini, G. Hobson, S. Bec- ker, E. Wane, P. Renzoni. SIXTH ROW QL to RI: T. Golding, G. Michaelson, B. Karas, N. Fonseca, B. Selin, J. Rosenberg, T. Parados. K , gf' xx of " llilfilfvlw W Nl gf E'- PHILCJIVIATH xx-I lTii-""N- ,X x 1? N I Q Xk :Q ,- :V JIA-:V fl Q -Q X - -f'14f'i-L3':2'1?f . - .1Gf1f7ff5?7fEf5f1'1 i.'f-2-i'f112y 1 ' I , 3.15. I - 'A g.1J',f J' PHILOMATH EDITORS: FIRST ROW IL TO RJ: S. Hendry, L. Potischman. SECOND ROW IL TO RI: D. Thayer, D. Jacobs, L. Supeno, N. Shaffer. THIRD ROW IL TO RI: J. Sales, B. Rosenberg, K. Read, J. Leonardo, H. Tomlinson. MISSING: W. Ross, L. Liverman, E. Ober. 178 . E 'ttf IN N,- ,I I . N 1' I X ,ll lv 4.19-' 4"Q."" - V -.. PHILOMATH STAFF: FIRST ROW QL TO RJ: B. Rosenberg, L. Aronson, L. Potischman QEditorJ, S. Hendry QAsst. Edi- tory, L. Supeno, D. Jacobs, Mr. Engvall QAdvisorJ. SECOND ROW QL TO RJ: J. Sales, L. Ober, C. Bartolini, S. Gurney, L. Liverman, J. Bachman, E. Rosenberg, D. Birstein. THIRD ROW QL TO RJ: B. Fiore, J. Nadeau, E. Goldman, E. Robinson, E. Berger, W. Ross, H. Homonoff, J. Leonardo, N. Shaffer. 139 THE PAGE THE PAGE STAFF: FIRST ROW lL TO Fil: M. Kahn, D. Donovan, K. Snyder, Mrs. Duffy fAdvisorJ, Fl. Marks iEditorl, L. Crowley. SECOND ROW QL TO FU: A Shear, A. Zimmerman, C Burns, B. Rivers, K. Grif fin, Fl. Ziegelbaum. MIS SING: B. Fitzgerald tAsst. Editorl, L.J. Carroll, Fl Cohen. The Page, in its third year, is a growing publi- cation. To represent our schooI's creative tal- ent better, we now include selections by both students and teachers. The editors of 'Q Rage extend their thanks to our small, but dedicated staff and to Mrs. Duffy, our advisor. 140 THE STUDENT CRIER lm. AS i vw N- BEQEQESM Q SFI' 1' i M 34 J 6 1, 'lj ,J X T 7 Q' X H A 2 Hg 7 - i . , i ff 4 'J T ' y LA ll ua, ! X far? tb: STUDENT CRIER: FIRST ROW TL to Rl: C. Dyer, K. Beaver fCo- Editorl, G. Hobson fCo-Editorl, B. O'ConnelI. SECOND ROW QL to Rl: P. Carpenter, J. Dudek, J. Howard, G. Pappas, Mrs. Baldwin fAdvisorl. THIRD ROW lL to Rl: A. Rosenberg, Brennan, D. Corsini, D. Essigman. FOURTH ROW lL to Rl: M. Oakes, V. Krikorian, B. Fiore, L. Casella, L. Supeno. 1 Y. I , K sz I ,., "M ' AL . The Crier has had a very success- ful year in 1977, thanks to the hard work of our editors. staff. and diligent advisor. Mrs. Baldwin. We hope we have kept the students of Framingham South informed and entertained. and if we have, our job has been completed. 141 5 I .-4 .4- Q. -im' 'il- 'if' Yjfn i,Tk6 .a'HP N' -'NMI , .FESiQg tQj yi 'iii' "- Q, qlw f ' . .flgfxff I .lu " Wqmh ' asks' ' I' it fi V 1 1 1 '51, N ' 'F' up rl. .-ta.-. 'n A 5' T F' Q. f ? imxvlfj I 3,3 yi 2E gg X 3 ' f ,JJ f f' M! A+ ' 'F' . . ,C ry Q -1, r. , Rx' ' ' ' . . 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' -, ceramic sculpture - Karen Samaskiawicz pencil drawing - Holly Tomlinson " 'ix -:Ji'f!'iz7SE . l :1 Vfribif:'ff".iIL'-Effgipg "ii: 11' f "'5Jf,'j----'-2-'5i'i:'. .1 2-'i.'rl1Zf:iI:.f"f . .g - ty ,ggi iv ' 'F '-3 -4. . ,--fav..-... . 1 '. , 5,--'Z -7317: 272: ":j1."' 'js gy - ,...,44,,-.... 1-.,.r , fi, - , , ' ,. su-5,L"g:-5 j":'w.-I-71-Q -J +1 -if-,Q-rings 1-1, ff A-,Q-i,-Fha. .. L: ' Q - ea-qs: Q ' 'ff' --.rw-.'r. - .r g .2-is ' ' ' ,af J..,f 3' '-'1."?r.?j-5"1.iff'4 7 xdZz"?-.':":?'-" .. .1 . .,.,,i gk? - f i-1.3, Q-.-.2 35,4 :- -- ' : -. wp z ' ' J' i:3r",r.z.. ,12"..j, M521-. . - ... , .. . . i 1 '-"fijif?-im-:axiAf'-".Zifff1' 1 "-'QW -W ITV?-7.':...T.f5, I-.mf , 3, ep. - -4 .-.1 t. --a..,, . - :-:zff.:..:: . .'I.'2.!::-7-155. Discovery W g i . There's so much on this earth tosee, "sk-'JZ' ...far I' vi'-t. .- Lg. .,,',1 .- g ,,,-: T141 4 Tofeel, ' ' ' in To hear, . To want to be, And so much more. ' ,h A lot of hate and fear it' seems, Plenty of promises broken, Fragments of shattered dreams, And so much more. . . A lot of love and friends there are, ' You count them by the score, But to find a good friend L ls a discovery, , ' A You'd have to try hard, . And want so much more.A ' ' V g - a 1 Martha Price . sponrsi - ".... 1- I 2. -1. . . .- f,,-.h- 1- :- - . ., .,, . .UAV 9? ' " numb- ,, 1: L,q,11'j?fg ,xi awvwgg 9 . 'fxeiax -.i :-' If-A' f-xi I-3 'e VARSITY FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW lL to Rl: J. O'Brien, R. O'Brien lwater boyl, C. McOuade, W. Dinsmore, C. Takacs, J. D'AngeIo, B Anderson, M. Foley loo-capt.l, M. Ablondi lco-capt.I, M. Taylor, S. Woods, S. Smith, J. Noonan, J. O'Brien fwater boyl, W. Kieley SECOND ROW IL to Rl: B. Barreira ltrainerl, B. Newman lcoachj, J. Taylor, T. Luker, A. Jones, R. Taylor, J. Bailey, P. Burke, P. Burke B. Fanger, E. Ortiz, D. Goddard, R. Bagley, C. LaMar, T. Holmes, J. Diatelevi lcoachj, B. Jachowicz fhead coachj. THIRD ROW lL to RJ R. McDevitt lcoachj, P. Lewis, T. Slattery, W. Akyllian, B. Crosby, M. DeFIumeri, M. Brown, P. Quirk, R. Roberts, J. Noonan, L. Hillman R. Agostenelli, B. Chalmers, J. Carey icoachl. qguQvsa.+.-, I-11" E Ill Ill ,- 'TT'1'1 'f'- 'F T , ,. H ,H 'Q 'PQI . X 855.25 2? FDIQIY .1-l:i'r'5Lt f-'4li'vvr?1: , I 9-415142. 5.gLl?f,1ff mkv'-P5'r la 3 1 Lt Q V' 'hr r 43. fr-' . pr ,sz 'bi r.. , , 2 nsiaff' ftdq uv-fkff 'W This year's team was noted for its strong de- fense but was frustrated by its inability to score. However, the team crushed crosstown rival North, 14-0 in the highpoint of the season. Both on and off the field, the seniors, lead by co- captains Mike Ablondi and Mark Foley, exhibitied great spirit and dedication which we hope will be carried on through the next season. X 'S J L, X r S.. if L , K - 'ky ' 1' A 'v X J, l . Wm, ' ' -, Q. ,ff 'Xml . . . 'Q .. SCOREBOARD South ODD- 20 Wakefield 14 8 Wellesley 3 0 Milton 5 0 Dedham 7 3 Braintree 27 14 North 0 0 Needham 8 0 Walpole 20 Natick 21 2-7-1 COACHES: FFHST ROW QL to FU: M. Arnold, B. Newman, Fl. McDevitt, J. Walker. SECOND ROW QL to Fil: B. Barreira, B. Jachowitz, J. Diatelevi, J. Carey. 149 9'1" T 1 T JV FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW QL to Rl: A. Jones, P. Burke, J. Taylor, W. Akyllian, R. Bagley, J. Noonan, T. Slattery, R. Taylor, P. Burke, B. Chalmers SECOND ROW QL to Rli T, Luker, S. Brody, B. Crosby, F. Ferrini, S. Soma, T. Igartua, T. Holmes, S. Neil, C. A.ba, R. Agostonelli. THIRD ROW: QL to Rl R. McDevitt fcoachl, D. Walker, J. Fenton, D. Elsemiller, G. Jerome, L. Hillman, G. Bassan, J. Beaver, B. Newman fcoachj Y' 1 ' Y' 'Y' "'Y""7T" l' b Y Y I' lbgxlqgr Y I I' , rv . .- 3... ,.,...1 3 ..!'....- JMS l I 1 l 150 l 4 . 3 " - 1..-, 4 ' - ' ' MAY . f oust U ' ' 7 T. wr: "" S ,,., ah.: - Q KO!"-5 : 7' ' y. F . nv W-way' " A-fx' 0-.JL ff V E1 rv- -an or ' 'H . . V..- l 6 V T-sn , I Z 'Z 'S N be 'Q :AN : ' x ,f ...Mr g N 3 iA44.-fs.: n. , Sv' -.- '-f 2 Q ' .1 ' - - .,"' ,f -9 fr-1' I -. ., 45-1 1, U r Kjlgu , 'Yi ' J. -".--5t.x""'k . f' ' ' . '2 A -.' ,I-. sf 1 " ' . 4 - FRESHMEN FOOTBALL: FIRST ROW lL to RJ: K. Jerome, M. Conlin, K. Sheehan, J. Carroll, D. Stearns, C. Harris lco-capt.l, P. Savas, S. Garron. A. Garron, R. Becker, S. Faulkner, K. Kransler. SECOND ROW lL to Rl: Mr. Arnold lcoachl, J. Hall, J. Fox, W. McLaughlin, N. Sales, J. Tolan, M. Servenick, B. Taylor, T. Blacquier, D. Grain, B. Ryan, T. Sodorberg, Mr. Walker lcoachj. THIRD ROW lL to Rl: M. Tedeschi. T. Warlick. K. Morin. E. Amechi, J. Magri, B. Marini, M. Ferracamo, M. Cannistraro, J. Farese loo-captl. f1"'f'gg,f 151 iF'-.e 1,-ff. A- Wi- FIELD HOCKEY We had high hopes for the team this year. Almost all of last year's Bay State League winning JV team had moved up to varsity. Unfortu- nately, though, as the scoreboard shows, we had some tough de- feats. The team, however, re- mained in high spirits and two players in particular displayed All-Star winning talents. Senior Jane Brillhart and junior, Chris Duane, were chosen to play on the Bay State League All-Star Team, and they both did a fantastic job. BAM, .. , -.,- aa'-Qs VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY: STANDING: K. Walker fcoachl, D. Malone, B. DelPrete, P. Kenny, D. Read, J. Gavel, A. Sullivan, A. DeGozzaldi, E. St. Andre, J. Leonardo. KNEELING: L. Supeno, J Butler, K. Read, L. Jordan, B. Fiore icaptl, S. Hendry tcaptl, W. Ross, fmgrj, S. Capstick, J Brillhart. 'Nu- E 1.12 X'L.'t.Ib-4.1: inn'- Mff? w W 0 SCOREBOARD South Opp 5 Natick O Wellesley O North 3 Holliston 1 Needham 0 Wellesley 2 Natick 0 Dedham 0 North 0 Braintree 1 Walpole 1 Norwood 3 Needham 1 Milton 4-7-3 , 'H V I 5: , V .75 .all ...gk - .I ' "' jog. - - " ' I 551114: W 4 .f 3 W 'Ju 1 1' frm? a "'ii'Q ,Quit ffln. - in 'C , N "Ur ' P 4- ' ' 5 4 -.-. U all, I I V- .'r"4'QJ,JvB 'ff ,' Z4 f- A-" "F1'. T- 'utflaui 1 . - ,r-:f , fx hw ,, . ,U ,QQ jrf.,,'--., L,.5:gQ:QjT- -ww Q , L .-'ff -, gf'1':.i"vft?!'C'?9,f? - ' "'t""-.r 4' 1,.f"LiqB'Q3flii5A22ai9'-iff. 1 ' 153 4 Av Y ty 1:4 VH k .Y X xy A L B! K -I I I. .XV ' 4' 1 tm A T tj! 1 A ki! f" X xi' ft K I X ' . 1 fr . P 'M X M 1 I Y I xx X Jrk I 3 xg! X SXT IX I XI x 1 . , Y M ,N K y C I I A . N , A V W If... x . I LJ 1 L If W l, H X I I U X Il , I i ll, . . Y T I N. -,V P, X 'Iv X, fx I V v N- . , 4 2 ,. lf ' 'fy N ' ' ' ' ' x I . " n.uLMt. I .I ' . ' U f TN T' I I 'f-. 5. XVI . 1-1 M J.V. FIELD HOCKEY: STANDING ILEFT to RIGHTJ: L. McKinstry, T. Rigopoulos, J. Foley, J. Foley, D. West, D. Ziman, B. Lunny, P. McLaughlin, B. Cross fcoachy. KNEELING QLEFT to RIGHTJ: L. Dvourkis, S. Keefe, C, Carpen- ter, M. Ottaviani, P. Cronin, M. Bliss, D. Corsini, R. McCarthy. SITTING QLEFT to FIIGHTJ: C. Murphy, C. Swaim, P. Stratton, A. Keilly, T. Brown, P. DeIPrete, J. Goldman, A. Abrams, K. Hanson. FRESHMAN FIELD HOCKEY: 1st Row QL to FU: C. Harrington, K. Brown, R, Smith, M. Campa, S. DeGozzaIdi, L. Terhune. 2nd Flow QL to RJ: S. Keefe, M. Sullivan, D. Rynkrewizz, D. West, V. Frandsen, S. Miller, M. Lorrey fcoachj. Missing: M. Bergin, M. Rogers, L. Potenza. If vga, 15 " Q 4. S- ' ,, I sb 'az L F ' .v 4 J 1- fl- . r ,-. ff- ' T 1 QL- 4 4' . " 4 .4, A. ' 1 J - fuisif. 'vfif W , 4' H? AJ'- ii. . uf' :gf 'F S 1 J mn' his '444 -'-. fi' Tpnmnus.. Q- . .Y , -.gf . A pf 1 1 .- -s -.-4 V. Great expectations were forcasted for the team this season, but due to the extreme competetiveness of the Bay State League, these expectations did not materialize. Rui Borges, leading scorer in the Bay State League, helped the Flyers through all of their hard work and determination to a rewarding season. The Junior Varsity team had a fantas- tic season which we hope will continue next year.YA GOTTA BELIEVE!! 156 . -y . -t'a,,'A, , G -A ':.. fi -1- , 6-. , nt' h 3 1 0 ' - Q A . 415' - j"l2,..,:,5p.,, ff , '1 -.- . ..7' ?g . lf ifhg Nina Q -7 . ' . :iv in ., , , R- Q. fxif, yf' 'L' ' vi? 1 1-2. " ,. w A. .iq ' " ' " QB: ' J V ---. .n ,,'4.- ' -- -,- 4,136 J. .., 1.4. I-,.-, -- Y N". 'ds 4"S.l' ...., -, -I . 1- ., f " . VARSITY SOCCER: STANDING QL to RJ: T. Greely, S. Shelman, M. Cheffers, S. Shelman H Heckler, M. Williams, N. Fonseca, Fl. Borges, H. Homonoff, Mr. Castellanos icoachl KNEELING KL to RJ: P. Herman, H. Solomon, M. Henderson, B. Shufro, J. Dudek qco-captj J. Dudek ico-captl, J. Howard, C. Cavalieri, C. DelPrete, C. Clinton. Missing: D. Gordon fco-captj. 5 if ls so A521 wr ! SOUTH 2 2 O 4 1 0 1 1 14 1 1 1 10 O 0 O w SOCCER Walpole North Dedham Norwood Braintree Needham Wellesley Milton Natick Walpole Dedham North Norwood Braintree Needham Wellesley Milton OPP 2 3 2 1 5 3 5 O O 2 1 4 1 6 1 2 2 6 T 3 Natick 6-10-2 O v 32" A? ' My - -W ' .gage ij' 3. , Q ? ,E 0? ,.f vm MM x 'V fWff2,Qzg,1e.f. 1 ' v, '5- 3'fl-ff.. f xlsiwg. Y, ,4 ,,fjf', 4gL,.??j T, A . W , 7 3f':aff'fw JQ , L -' I - K - j 1, W xg . Q x .. Ju- 1.5. s-tw-ef. 1' . 1 ,. 1 " 1' - 4' , 1 ,gi , 4 ' v vi'nfy.n.:. ,kf1I I, , ,,r,,,1.., - s is, KJ- Q-If-' J, "',l x 4. t eau, vin X H ,W.fL, V t Q 'L 'pf . 1 LF' -T. - ' . 1- - 2 f Lz?"'iif M , : 1 , - ,-v. Qi ,.,-. ... x- I 4. A s . 1 . -f JV SOCCER: FIRST ROW lL to Rl: L. Conlin, M. Clinton, S. Paitchal, B. Clinton, A. Borges, E. Alfonse, J. Giatrelis, A. Alfonso, A. Zigotagos. SECOND ROW QL to FU: Mr. Fitzgerald lcoachj, S. Erickson, M. Cotton, M. Ablondi, Zappa, Fl. Tomassini, R. Venne, P. Zuppan, S. Ronzoni, J. Ventura. Missing: B. McGuire. Aff 'W M 9 4.--.Jim-.M I . E . 'K if-'A"f'S'.-'Q' ,bg f -9,15 x s N ,,, 1 .v,'.. ' , vw.-,,, .. ,V -. 1 r 'V--xi- ,i - . -Q I . X t .fag 4 .-1.4 A- .,"'- -- 3-5 t Q 4 f, ' -5 .T :- x 1 - . vb - .' i .. ' .xr -. :nut v -.. ,-1 4 'pn .2 - .. U 1 3 f u,.w 4 ,, f sax' Us i I Qs? A. jfiffi TE- 'a i Hfff' - 'L L' 3"-5 1 ' '- --A Q. ' -w,..1fg A -+4 -L ' . A ' p., , ,Lf fl f"?'v"" - .rr ' 7' '-. H' -1'-'I 1 ., '.fft-r'.44fK.-.f wfrfS3f' . EQ: . f' , 1 ,-T . 1 ' ' V I B- - A. f 1 v 1' , , X , ,I V. LL.. -- '--v-"'? - . .-A P ' 'f' '04 1 'I 1 .pm .41 -A-I I--'ns' C w'?f'pL ,.fd',.....' J . ., , 'Q ' '. ' Runoff., ' 'L , n. Jars- -'. -Ji.-i7': ,430-' hw-B 'i -. 9.5211 -dv A 44 J., ,,. vb ' A - 1" .. s ,. N.: , .t ,Q . . '-.xp l ..-V- J?-' .iw I . , ' lin ..- sh 1, :Aj , h I . ,,.. .L .. .. ."' 'xr . - - ei 'fi'-L .""5" Y ' K . d U' n 5, N L' , i gf mlb ,A ' -' " V --7-'sig . pVl""...iP6-,W . . ' '. -af.-H' woe...- .-QL"3 ag:-' vw .VPN ff: li. ,FA x . u QA wif V if W, '1- P . QQ, 3. f ,,.' ' . ' 'Q gr, is . I -.i-. gy. W-4 P.-n . x I r 4 42" 'A ,.,,, .-3.5" f':Z fi A ,. ...-, , Li 4,4 I ' qii'Qf:'1'f,'-Y ww .. 'ff' - rf . 1 4141- . .. V --4 f , 55431 f"'2rQi- 'izeff H iz ' ' ' ' 9-S.. . . ,?.Q,?g,,'gL4'.i,L.,, .iff . 1 ' --.. Wfy., QE Q,.'7!',?'i.-.Ci . , -Ja 'QQQY . ,g,"113?'vj ' ' 'Jilvf "f'."N-L.: .", A. 1?'i?Q?i T4 K 4"v. 'nf' 16' -Q. FRESHMAN SOCCER: Top Row QLeft to Righty: A. Venegas, W. Villa, B. Plantis, C. Geshicter, B. Tersoni, F. Manarino, J. Gothier, J. Bober. Middle Row lLeft to Righty: T. Dalape, E. Kendrick, K. Read, B. Savage, D. Arkanian, A. Cohen, T. Bowles lCoachJ. Bottom Row lLeft to Righty: S. Bar, D. Harvey, G. Marma, M. Clinton, R. Dudek lCocap.j, D. Galvin, Brian Ryder. Missing: Jim Bernhard lCocap.j, Marci Goldberg qMan.l 159 239 ,k- 1. GlRL's VARSITY v l . l 'S-A -, , f i A a - - v ,,, ,.-,,4,a,X xy . X . .1 kv " " .Fx A . 1 -,K ,A . p s- ' - bv ,F g .Q ' . N., N 3' Lt . Q , -1- 1 4 .4 , . is ' ...,, .QC-fi -' L R uh? 1 t .,--.Q .51-,f "xi, ' ' ' . ,Q , ,, :wr -fa - -lm--'vs 'v"'!'a'l5 Nh' . ...L - ? - JL. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: KNEELING: D. Burstein, J. Morgan, W. Weiner, E. Goldman, G. Clark, E. Videira. STANDING K. Franklin lCoachJ, B. Morris, J. Sales, Fl. Goldberg, l. Cooper, T. Dufel, D. Meyers lmanl, B. Rothstein lman.J. A YEA .... 'r r N, N, 1 4 "'. 5 if'y x an 4 I .s --- x ' 160 K 1-'X xx '-XX x . ,X .. I V ., C. R . . ' ' 'ff ' B- f l ' vpn. .ff-I V YI xxx? M LV 1 . 1' 1 3 wb -I J.V. VOLLEYBALL: KNEELING QLEFT to RIGHTJ: S. Horlick, M. Fortier, L. Forman, P. Borghi, P. Pleshaw, E. Moynihan. STANDING QLEFT to RIGHTJ: Miss Fourtier lcoachj, T. Balck, V. Hobbs, A. DeMarini, A. Brennan, D. MCG-uirk, D. Meyers fmanq, B. Rothstein Qrnanj I -- 54 9 f ' I 11-hi S .5 X A qp Nun-12 I -3. ,. 161 13. ' sin. 'Q Q. uv .. -,. ,Q CRCDSS COUNTRY This year, South's Cross Country Team consisted of hard- working, fast, spirited runners. Tony Baugh, remaining unde- feated in many important competitions, was an instrumental member of the team, along with Dan Giatrelis, Jeanne Flinter, and Gary Rotatori. Although the season did not end up the way the team had hoped, Cross Country members are proud of their many accomplishments. . . ,, ,f-: un- ' -f A -A . , -. ff , , - - . ,, Y, -A . , ., , NL' r . . ' r 4 -. J." ' - 54- ,.,--7 . --. 3. I-...Qi V -,..vc'f."'-I-NIU. 'gflsjnpvn .,. I' ' " Irtfjfff - 'U nina,-ft 9.1 . 1 '.kfvfb"'.i"' ". -f , . . K l 1 i VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY KNEELING fL to Ry S. Levine, M. LaChance J Rotator: A Gordon J Flinter STANDING QL to RJ J Thayer J Holbrook D Giatrelis foo-capri, E Carp, M, Bergin, J. Flanders, E. Burnstein BACK ROW QL to RJ Mr Daniels icoachj M Fitzgerald N Biarmhad D O Rourke, T Baugh. P Bullard, P, Grady, T. Grady. 162 aS',',2Z"' stiff, , 'Fr-291 5 Mu-. YN . .LJLJ rf , . 1' . Q ' ' Q-- :Y - -. Au . Rag, l Q . Fa , , ,' 1 Q " ,,. Lg ' V wr- J me N 41, ' A Q. dr, 1' -. 1.: gg.,-J, -V h 5.2 : ' A"g7:i. - f' , fwbfiv. 'u xx . .b H' ' . fm-ea A ,. was -asqg, rv M- , -L , 5, 5 K I ,1 til." Jw , I M. K Q 4 .v ., Q.w4z.- V9 ,, ' -' ,4 ,,- . ms 5 v . -T' J .. -,L "--,-,swhgjs . t" '-'fi ,. , J' K Q55 1 -4 up 4 'A ,Q ,gb aaiqwfwlf . Q . in Jx,-.X ,, . Q Q L A i . , r, ,A 5' ,...1r'1 3 Q . .3 1 , , f.ms,','- 2 ' 3, . x 4 :- wigs . ' ' 3' , A , v ' K . 13. N J -4 . Aw 1 x S 4 A ' IRQ 2' A ' ' -A-Q 1- t Aim, - Q, . .Q Fu". Q f. .-Gm. - 'aa-'.:,.-X,',', 'Z' - , 's, '. I' .5:sA'JQ'-. L7 -n . , 'Qs VL., 4 'NK X Q 1.-r . I . , qw. .,,- ,. 5 XF.: I I 43 11, 1-f ' I UT' A N. QF'..12-'I 69, -Q V. an ,E X,,. , 4 ev c ,'v Q '7.,ffM5'. ' ' 54 1-4, , 91 In ki QF C? QW. lf an Q 'TH B220 x Dfw! L, , . QI. - --V .-ng, . N . xx- ' -. . T S I -' O-1105. . , .ds 7:- ff' ' Y a :.w'-:A , an--- 'u W g ..f'..:f." '5' ' , - ., . 1 fl., ,an 3,- "'w- A , Q' 4-L.. -N, x4ll-- ' -.. .-ax ... . --r- r Q ig... - . ..' .s -- ' -s..- .'T'f!"'9-,N-4' K 4,2---T-ffl' wg . 941 N ' ' 5 ' 951: J: - Q 545' 'J' 512742 " ' ' L 4. -Q ' QQ-s. -- . v .- . ,f Q 'Zim ol 4,7 2 0 i.ri1'fI.V,,-1 Tl",--f . -- -- '1r"" - 'T ' ' " ' Q' .tw ' Q17 -'4-ve , . .. s -' ',v- ' -,.. ..- SCOFREBOARD .F Y -vv4.,. South Opp. t 82 Needham 88 97 Wellesley 72 71 North 101 106 Norwood 64 39 Natick 94 Dedham 74 8 4 Q , my . , 0551 164 fp. -Qin I V 'Y U ., 'Y V ...Z ". it .. H., WR. Tv Q5 li BOYS SWIMMING BOYS SWIM TEAM: FIRST ROW IL TO RI: Mr. McOmber ICoachI, T. Logan, M. Hines, M. Williams, J. Keefe, J. Dudek ICO-Capt.i, J. Halliday ICO-Capt.i, V. Krikorian, J. Chiudioni, P. Harding, Mr. Perreirra ICoachi. SECOND ROW: IL TO Rl: J. Thayer, J. Macrowski, M. Sawyer, J. Coco, T. Garrahan, B Harmon, M. Ablondi, J. Taylor, J. Ravreby, Mngr. J. Ventura. THIRD ROW: IL TO RI: T. Ware, L. Tsario, D. Chaiken, B. Butler, W. Eddie, S. Sawyer, P. Carpenter, I. Slovin, S. Bartel, IMngr.i, M. McKeown. FOURTH ROW: IL TO Rl: J. Gillian, J. Keefe, J. Cohen, B. Rivers, S. Sterns, J. Keefe, G. Taylor, D. Wilson. Scoreboard South Opp. 48 Needham 35 105 North 67 108 Dedham 64 79 Wellesley 93 114 Norwood 55 98 Natick 74 ,A- 4 .R M V. . . 'War ""4.sa .... WR' -Q f I I v"1aI" -' 1 fl " -. - V - A... ...........-..-,,,, v V t L , M, WM M W - - , . 'QW' ' f w -.,,:s,wg+-w5..w ' f . ...... U.. . , ....-1. 74 -V-fy, znyv- WY, WN 5 . : ,Q 4- ,- L' , - .- ' "r-1- - ' . X -s , -5. ' ', X . an 4,1 - Q 'S-:S 1-' Q-ff '4-5453. f.'- ff - .,. 1 7" ' im. ...fffgg M . -4355 l'I'l-IJ?-ICD ::CfJUZZD-IO Scoreboard South Opp. South Opp. 66 53 Dedham 67 53 63 46 Braintree 82 55 73 68 Walpole 67 56 65 51 Wellesley 84 70 69 58 Milton 81 55 78 50 Norwood 65 47 91 60 North 83 58 62 47 Needham 78 57 76 53 Natick 65 50 'T A .JA VARSITY BASKETBALL: FIRST ROW QL TO Rl: J. O'Brien fMgr.j, M. Fiegle- man, C. DeIPrete, G. Bernson, D. Blatt tCapt.l, M. Brown, B. McCarthy. SEC OND ROW QL TO Rl: Mr. Barry tAsst. Coachl, S. Shlager, P. Moresi tCoachl, C Thomas lStatisticianJ, D. Moran, S. Shelman, R. Grout, R. Barrett, B. Otey, M Otey, J. Furman, D. Fiegleman, J. Dudek tMgr.l, G. Hobson qMgr.J N J SENIORS: LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Feigleman, D. Moran, G. Bernson, D. Blatt fCapt.J, S. Shelman, R. Grout, B. McCarthy, C. DeIPrete. V, i 1 -- Y- 7 11 ,', .. I 'I I! - F 5' IL ' ,wi jr 1.4 Mill!! aiu!! I "wr , I D. Q .qqw-, . 1:1 ,V -'J-. I I R ei I ' 1 'H 7' I -v' E' 4 4 ,fc ll... :il . . f.,.- ,vgx 'f 4 A 1 'Z!...f HOCKEY ,' XXX .5 . y 74 U , u , . S I K A' X ..o' EJ . I mini 3 T1""'-"Y-I1 I S V- l d.,S W! I V ' wvi I 1 . x we-e I ,, f V . f 9 af' , : elm 5' 'O' 'taco Y' T' I - lil Nw ff"f'ff X. - LX, .Q 'K ' ' Z' , . Jr. X AE F X ' L:su5.J5"T'?1l5l ,J . 'A' ' 'Sf My W I?-I ' .I I- . N. ,f. -' ' X -.12 I I I, all . I IS fl T- JI . A ff A -. 4, T' Us 19. I J I-jr -gn ,jg .I ef- -'LII - .Q I , ' In 5' N Q , ' 'vDn5,j...I-S. L ', , y 4-. W?"'. 'B' Q 'T , 1- fad--' 1 1 I3 ?'5f" . Q n','-ff'-' ' If' -P 'I ' VARSITY HOCKEY: FIFIST FIOW IL TO FII: T. Golding, C. Clinton, W. Kieley, H. DeCoff, B. Karas, P. Foley, M Deslrnone, R. Desimone, J. Giatrelis. SECOND BOW IL TO RJ:,Mr. Bell lCoachI, C. Orent, J. Tersoni, T. Harrington F. Desimone, K. Kimball, P. Molloy, D. Chiappini, Mr. Polley IJV Coachl. MISSING: B. McGuire, B. Anderson lMgr.J C. Takacs lMgr.I. l W tw. ,Ji I .,, .27 . -.-"Q: ' 1,107 xt :Ir '.':.:...:" il v 5 . Q if . 5' i '--. .-if ':, 5- -'-1, ,, 3' ' ., , if x Lily 1 V S S '153'Q.Q' 1+ i f f Lt O ' W K , A N Y' 4' ,X 4 ff 4. r tix! h l xl '- l fgl' I 7' Y Ifjlxxx "o-J 1 K X il XL X 4 X lultkj 'Q V X f 1 ,wg ff 1 J, 9 tr, , I -x.,f , QA J' Scoreboard SouthOpp. SouthOpp. 2 4 Norwood 2 2 9 3 North 7 5 6 4 Milton 8 3 6 6 Wellesley 8 4 6 4 Dedham 7 O 2 7 Needham O 4 1 4 Braintree 1 5 1 4 Walpole 5 3 4 1 Natick 3 14 . M.- .49 A or ,lv J V fin yxx l 173 Y A . f Ss. Z. v , ' if 94 Z' I. , 4 Q' S Q -ff: 9 -i4a"Q': Q 5 5. 4 S XS tv " S x . ---'- H 5 Q I an L 21, is 'Q I ' 4 29 1 X J A .l . - '--ew. .': :wr-,.. x. - ff! 5 ' .-- . - . .,, , i Qc: A 4 4 I' Y xp' 'JUN w WI- I ' .Fe'Q2'.'.'5!1g2X'-Y . -if 1 .' Stink' Q . i-gr y ,.- i,i5'.', ig"--I W f' 011 ' -f - -'iw T f- 'A T' , . Sn' win f I Klkvu-HIQEI' ' 'L ' , ', r ' ...'.' , xml - .,,. ' W. --iv., 'if 1, ,M 4 'gui TW- :l'ill"I' 47 Lf - -U.. '- - "WH ,-- - "' If--2.1 R-fig' 5 .. 031-nib' ' ' , i "W g',+m' ,.:'24N'. -z 1 gh. 5 tggh, .Ia!.!v .":,,.,'.. ft 4 3, , r .. "MI ' . , 7.-1.-ii-g'.-2. , J 'P "'q" 'Q'-?5. .'.g-' I "-'azz--'.. ' ' . x N ' q"'fw1'4.-?"f.' -'M --arf Y , . ' ',' .':-.", 1" N A S ,,,,- -iv . nw' "7-,w5,2f4,,ff " -P .. 'B 'f . f?SQBv:g4ffi'. .... z'1?'i Q -X X ' Y 1 ..,' -f1'f""'A rgi- .2 31 - .'1:j17' . 4 x ,"""g:.::N,-,. 1 ,.L.9-4' fig.. ..-Q -lg: , ' P- ' ' -ML,1f:'S5'Q ' ' --'zflliill' f -- ' '- 'X 7 ' "'T'-xv'-':f':ff"f .Q h .. --ati".-ic , 1: I 1 Y- . VV.: 1 ff. " , - N "! ' ""if1 4 .-.ww fl -, K. '- , ' --.X s g., M 5'-wo, ...Lf J i . Q: Hx M, . i ,gf '1f:,,.,j Q. rg .. ., -s.:fK1,,j""'. -.Lf ,. 1-nm. - . 4, w .X -..----V ' 11. ' - f . .- 1 ' ' r ' W . , , X in V- V' . i . ' . r M. ,Au -L. P -.V-.., . A .N . A , M ,,' ,- fav- sd, ,q,, manga. , - """'Y"" ,:s,,,--A I N - M. -si 5 H. .V . 'una 11 RQ: .,.., ..,. A- i '-511. Q A A ff fi - -h 5 a X :AQ ' . ' Z7 , My -M X! 7ff..,f 'Q 1 2 Xb , Q Y ij tif I4 Y, 1 I if ' . i .'1. ' , 1- -'13, r 'I, ' 1 5 wyy, ' iz Q ,,- ' ,N ,W Q35 .3 27 Q 0 X fi ' ' ,ffl T5 ,. 'Ji L Ax s 'S' 'ni sh ' li " 'f f p ZX 2' "" fi , A H ,X E . ,A ' T -Q4 'ng gf X, - .. q AN j 5 1. . lxrilg 1 ' R' ., Q X BOYS FRESHMAN HOCKEY: FIRST ROW KL to RJ: W. Whitcomb, M. Leonardo, K. Read, M. Clinton, J. Gavin, G. Archambault, M. Ablondi, M. Tedeschi, R. Parabicoli. SECOND ROW CL to RJ: B. Dawson, B. Mayo, R. Silverman, S. Giatrelis fasst. capt.J, R. Ankatel qcaptj, M. Waterhouse, D. Swanecamp, C. Rhodenheiser, M. Lunholrn, Mr. Hall Qcoachy. . i L l T9 I i 4+ ' x M . - ,f Q. , . - ' - 'E . .. ' ' ' 'Surf-". 4.f'.:'g ' 1 nf, I Q, ,,Q,,,Y - - I , Ziff!-ve 'Q-Wil? M 1 ,l5'?Q.,1g, f -' 1 f. , 5 ' -11A::e.l?q'A 5 JV .Liu 1. i A --. 'W .JW ,I ng X . 1, Q74 55:2 F,-' Y . V .. . ' 'hr 1" ' vw., m. QJfF5fV,nw M ,fy - f QQ. ish S 'f QJQA 5-l 1 i 21' uf:-A VZ- A" Q- Q 'L If 5 . "3 i Q: I , f E- A If S Q- .Ms S A I' 2 - -27 - iyr- n . . . on W-W. ,Q .I .sv a. ..Q- - M as . i lx' QW: it-,t-, wg -. 7.1 .V J, 1 I ! S , GIRLS GYIVINASTICS GIRLS GYMNASTICS: FIRST ROW IL TO RI: K. Hobbs, D. Tritsch, D. Capobianco. SECOND ROW IL TO RI: T. D'AngeIo, J. Morrisey, D. Corsini, S. Smith. THIRD ROW IL TO RJ: D. Baugh, M. Copperman, B. Lunny, D. Donley, L. Dewer, R. Lennard, L. McKinstry, S. Hayes, Mngr. S. Aronson, Mrs. Pianteck ICoachJ. FOURTH ROW: P. McKinstry ICQ-Capt.I, Missing: R. Knapp ICO-Capt.J .Vx , s.r' 5-. --A -L 1-4 :ig 'S ,f 1- f-f""""M -rv fn, 9-r an ...acg,-sa.-..- 1 wi..- -., Wg: 'ir J xr, Tx x XXX l Q 'yi w. X E FSoNi'WXfM'i 1 BASKETBALL v JXN 1 . . . x V V Y. - x if I I ' 5' 5' "" L, X r ' ' N LP .JV ,L X VJ VIMLV VV GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL: 1st ROW QL to FU: J. Shaughnessy, M. LaPIante, L. McLean,' J. Otey, P. Brown, D. Comptabad. 2nd ROW QL to R11 B. Cross fcoachj, F. Feola, M. Ottavianni, J. Sullivan, E. St. Andre. D. Malone, B, Fiore, L.Super1o, missing: P. Kenney. GIRLS J.V. BASKETBALL: 1st ROW QL to Ry: J. O'ConneII, C. Duane, B. DeIPrete, M. Con- treres. 2nd ROW QL to RJ: Miss Lorrey, P. DeIPrete, A. Sullivan, T. Ferrend, K. O'Leary, T. Brown. FRESHMAN GIRLS' BASKETBALL: 1st ROW QL to RJ: L. Parker, M. Siiverberg, QCo-Capt.J S. Keefe, M. Sullivan, T. Gates, M. O'Brien. 2nd ROW QL to RJ: C. Conti, E. Carpenter, J. Moran, C. Harrington, C. Smith, S. Levine, K. Brown. 3rd ROW QL to RJ: Mrs. Walker, P. Borghi, B. Chait, C. Smith, D. West, M. Diehl, M. Campo. Missing: D, Rynkiewicz, L. Terhvne. ' ""- , T-f' -fxj f f -T Q' . " in X :WN5'm -1!,..yK 'V EQRQ5 . V, Els Y flu...- . .,-lf . F "fr 4-5- X. l E Kal xy, X XX Wxwkf "N X ,kk-' . , '-if XJ xl X L - xx L f L A . ,N W 'I . X 1. K X N V, ' , , . kv .X it f X I Ag, '- N, km If B 0 Y S J lv SN GYIVINASTICS i ff' The boys gymnastics team exhi- bited great spirit and dedication this year. Unfortunately, they wound up with a 0-7 record. How- ever, their team, led by seniors Evan Wilder, Jeff Goliger, and John Kenney, had a very enjoy- able season and they hope that next year's is more productive and just as much fun. BOYS GYMNASTICS: FIRST BOW lL TO RJ: J. Rosenstein, J Goliger J Kenney lCo Captl S Nathan lCo-Capt.J, S. Apkon, A. Filey. SECOND ROW QL TO FU D Alfonso E Riley B Skillon B Wilder, C. Lamar, A. Zigotagus, E. Wilder, B. Convery, Mr. Manzella lCoachJ 'AA " I ""-llxeijigq-1 'F' '- ,,,im.z, it ., . . ii - Q my W ral. .. N . Scoreboard South 63 North 63 Needham 71 Milton 71 Norwood 80 Wellesley 79 Braintree 81 Natick 180 Opp. 96 83 96 88 84 111 82 -fi--M .5 Q. U- - M -- T.,-L.. fi.- . - ,b J n -ggvv-.-is fy--1 -.J QE. 33. . gh ,un . 5.3-: .4 4 , . 5 , ,. ww... . v N 'x w I -. 1 kk, , , f W 9 if i Q, 1 14 if -v M.. lid? - K ,, Y--4 ' - Q. I I V ,K s J ' Q 4........ 181 INDOOR TRACK INDOOR TRACK: FIRST ROW IL TO Rl: W. Kroll ICoachI, H. Solomon, S. Getchel, D. Gor- don, D. Giatrelis, A. Pollinger, K. Duke ICoachJ. SECOND ROW IL TO RJ: E. Carp, J. Grant, T. Grady, T. Baugh, B. O'Rourke, S. Nearman, M. Clinton, L. Hillman. THIRD ROW IL TO RI: T. Beckett, M. Levenson, L. Kapstein, M. West, A. Gordon, E. McCormick, D. West, D. Birstein. FOURTH ROW IL TO RJ: S. Barr, J. Soyjka, D, McCormick, D. Schaneir, J. Wilson, P. Grady, W. Weiner 1Mgr.I MISSING: C. Geshicter, G. Flinter. ,', -l A I I lxx. 'Y if NIV Tn' I """1" Q BOYS' WRESTLING EM 1' " if I Nd 'D S i Q BOYS' WREQSTLING: FIRST ROW QL TO RQ: K. Fisher, B. Charmers, T. Luker, G. Rotatori, J. DeAngeIo, J. DeMarco, G. Wrinn, C. Manseau, fAss't. Coachy, P. Mur- phy, fCoachJ. SECOND ROW QL TO RJ: J. Witt, M. Faragamo, W. Han, K. Wagner, K. Foley, M. LaChance, A. Jones, R. Agusteneli, J. Caroll, D. Donavan, J. Rotatori. 53 W 91:12 3096629 0fb8gt1l1lIT5... y ' ' - 5-2 J J 4 -UF J jfl r f W' rf P V F 1' 3 J J J J J i.. .. Vt Q7 if 7E 11 '4Pi'pq' ' he ' II1 flag Fiqh: fl-I FU., I rift! 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I '3'o1Ib?f5'y1L'T'l I I 5.33" g I.,' .ffl 1 ONE Pllllll OC Til Od and New Apartments - Tel 875-4288 all prices CONGRATULATIONS Howard Apartments f T0 THE 154 Union Avenue l CLASS OF 1977 Framingham, Mass. Life Improvement Bank Framingham Savings Fifi WM' 17" ""' Shaohna Galleries "Your Israeli Import Store" Art- Giftware - Jewelry - Framing MarsnaIlsMall m t Fi d 86W orces er oa Route 9, Fra ngham, M 01701 f617l 872-7466 ' A 9 Q ,Ap ,. 'V 4 L' Ex 2' ' Stanley W. Johnson Inc. Flower Merchants 470 Union Ave., Framingham Where It Costs No More S To Have The Best. GGOD LUCK GRADUATES! CB o' mnm1w aotaiwsomn me 190 FORBES ROAD BRAINTREE, MASS. 0218 C6173 848-325 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of 1978! Framingham Trust Company Framingham, Mass. 01701 COMPLIMENTS OF MARCONI'S RESTAURANT RT. 126 ASHLAND, MASS. WEBB SUPPLY COMPANY 390 FRANKLIN ST. FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments Cf . . 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Schwartz Hargraves, Darb, Wilcox 81 Galvani "Compliments ofa Friend in memory of Susan Desmaraisf' Congratulations - Debra Colbath Mr. and Mrs. Norman Aronson Army and Navy Supply Mr. and Mrs. Mario G. Bartolini Paul M. Blakely Dorothy and Daniel Carter Centre Barber Shop DeCollibus TV Inc. Good Luck, Class of '77 Mrs. Sumiko Dudek Considering It was my First Year . . . 1 long Cheer, 9 loud Rahs and 77 Congrats to all the Seniors - from the Library "Swing it", Class of '77 Full House Dance Band Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Gurney Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hendry Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. John F. Joyce The Jewelry Tree Caboto Della Tinozza Mrs. Josephine Leonardo Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Potischman Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Read Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Rigas P. Rigopoulos Mr. and Mrs. George E. Shaw Good Luck to the Class of '77! Maria Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simonetta Mrs. Justine Q. Supeno Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tomlinson Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Walker Mr. Paul M. and Patricia M. Zaido God Bless You - Miss Mary E. O'Neil Professional Congratulations To T'aVe'Age"tS This Horizons Unlimited Years Graduating F,am.,,g,,af,,,MaSS, Class! Wd Quality Cleaners 20 U A Framingham, Mass. - 879-4800 532 tlnion Avenue . D Ffammghamt Mass- Illllltlllltllllllllwtll Esib 1927 PONTIAC CADILLAC GMC Fite.135 Framingham 879-1221 7 Q7 "Nil law . sggfllm x' ll!!!- 4 TOSTI'S SERVICE STATION, Inc 47 Waverly Street Framingham, Mass. Specializing in Quality Repairs and Service for Your Automobile JOE TOSTI BOB SAPONARO 873 9046 SUNIIKO 1261 Worcester Rd Framingham 872-1890 " F-,ur -. V- ,. ,,.- 'hand' - ' - V- 1, ,- 620-0440 620 0440 Best Wishes To The Class of '77 inexpensively quick Copying 8 Offset Printing Framingham, 198 Concord Street 620-0440 620 0440 Free Pickup 8 Delivery Sid 's Warehouse Store Cu rry Framinglljmvyixjsglaihrjjetts 01701 Center i 1 ,!' 1 , FRAIVIINGHAIVI ' if CO-OPERATIVE BANK 1 oNE-YEAR -' TERM DEPOSIT 2 cERTiFicATEs 51,000 Min. Deposit ANNUAL RATE Insured in full earn interest from day of deposit 5...-v' i""""" subiect to term deposit regulations ""' - 59 Howard St. 828 Concord St. FRAMINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS 01701 Telephone: 872-4368 44? Congratulations to the Class of 1977 We know the sigh of relief that comes at the end of your final exam. Long years of study behind you, and a big wide world ahead. But even at that it isn't the final test- or the end of your learning. The biggest tests still face you in the choice and fulfillment of your life's work. Many plan for college, some must reckon with the armed forces. Others will seek positions in lndustry, trade, business. We, at Dennison, congratulate you on your past ac- complishmentsg if your future plans call for steady employment or summer work, we'll be glad to discuss your problems with you. Our Employment Department will welcome the chance to outline opportunities existing in our of- fices, factory, and warehouse. DENNISCN Congratulations Class of '77 - The Duck Mobile Nantucket 76. . . "IT WAS REAL" - B.F., B.E. Parties in Maine, C.N., M.N. June 23, '76, SDing at 1:00 A.M. - B.G., M.M., R.S., P.S., and T.R. W.Fl. - Dennisport '76 and 555,555 private jokes! - L.P. The Painting of the Bridge - Oct. 16, '76 - C.C., J.D., J.N., W.R., B.S., H.S., D.G., C.C., P.H SENIOR GIRLS LOVE RIUNITEI l'll do it if you go out and ask - The Wellesley P.S. - A.S., Fl.S., T.Fl., J.L. To Duke's Striders -- With Love from your Manager. You have to have a costume to come to my party - B. Halloween '76 KISS COMES ALIVE! DEFINITELY TUFF! DOUGHIE, FOSTA, JODI, DEB B.F., S.H., L.S., D.F., K.G. - Cape Cod MAY THESE GLUESISTERS ALWAYS STICK . . . Fost, Tost, Bon To all my friends -- a thank you song - L.L. and L.O. "lt's definitely been real," Savelli and Gentilli Goodbye Friendly's, Hello Peyton Place. B.M., T.W., D.T. You're "refulgent," Hbrilliantj' and soooo . . . cute!" Blumpl!lL.A. Goodbye Big Wheels Love, twinkies Kelly and Jack The Sisterhood at Pizza Pub! Viva! L.C., B.E., A.D. "B.E., l LOST MY CONTACT!" B.E., "WHO'S L.C.'?" Holly and Linda .as-' - moon that no one Saws- Jan 29 - A.S., R.S., T.R., J.L. Meatball Grinders, popcorn, frozen pizza, Milky-ways and lollipops. Mark Foley' your Combo 21-41-31 ? S.P. 1 V LQAg She was pulling my leg! -- Wait a minute! l've heard this before . . ,. Lova ya, Deb HF., S.H., J.B.,iThat guy really let it all hang out at Nappy's parking lot. 'FhefT.K. times were super lalso T.F. and T.l.l ! see you onQAug. 8, 1988! K.Fl. and LP. g K.B. and -Sisters always, and the schools' best lacrosse players! 1 qi , 4 ,V - gl "Stop tihe,,.,eaf!g,.There's a Walf' - L.B., J.B., L.C. g 80 or I right? Period Acc. Mr. Murphy. Mr. sudmyers T , 1'l iiili Sue - We can't take you anywhe.re1??bspecially Burlington Mall! Cathy and Joanne. 1 Y. ,. ffm., Thanks Mr. Pap fora fue 45m period Algebra L-1974-sry Love on., c.B. len. , . The English came from the Italian! Donitshtuffa your books! The Gucc. J.0. 81 L.S. The cop didn't expect to see you on the other side of the road. S.G. and L.C. - "B.T.'s forever" W .4g , ' i in "B.F., if you hit that horn one more timeyour mother will wake up!" L.S. L.HQ,1V!!..G. sa. - MOE, LPifRFlY a g J 81 J the counter, Adele's vest, KR., L.P., C.S., W.Fi., J.B. - Boogie to Full House, BYfQJManager, stag, bake-out Hooray More Deadlines To Meet! V M N qlii Z If Time it was, and what a time it was - it was A time of innocence A time of oonfidenoes. Long ago it must be I have a photograph. Preserve your memories They're all that's left you. Separated but together, in our hearts forever. Love, Class of 1977 hi! I ll We are proud of the part Westwood Studios has played in the production of your yearbook. It is with this same pride in our work, and our interest in producing better portraits and candids that we hope you may call upon our services in the future. ll Studios 218 Chestnut Street Needham, Mass. 02192 444-0042 PORTRAITS, WEDDING CANDIDS, AND YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY 201 fl New. ear's Eve - December 31, 1976 1 B.K.,flJ.H. - it's not my fault my brakes didn't work - Lisa. '1 To tlie Crow Circuit - I Love You! J.B. Ji .ve But know, nowadays. Itsa old man . . 3 How- bout another "haircut," Deb!?! L.A. T.G. The McDonaIdman?! L.S., ou should never have cut your hair, you look like a squirrel. The Pocket Book Kid. hose C.C.! 're-Plii., D.O., T.B., M.L., J.R., - FROM V.B. 'r W.W. "Th night is still young" -- P.S., R.S., T.R., A.S., B.G., M.M. "TIT ATION DlGEST:" MISS' BASE OF JANUARY '77 M' 1'D.D. . Corijratulagons lfinkgllyck - S.P. A min 5' ,Wigwam if 1 'fre 'fel ,2""""4 IIE, V ., 1 for thdigmbt iine.LThey where real - Love l-lips andltwarksybaby L Sa-p E JZ 3: ,ugh ", I' It N' Q E gif' 'S.S. .E.3,,gg.5t.'Is. guqgemddies 'Agia-'ig A - U Chu , Jan, Kay, and Liser - run out on Hammy! v Jousting, 1 way street, Quarry, Queen Dudes H.W., J.N., K.R., W.R., L.P. "PIZZA." 5 sec., PDC, WIEGOH, PADIDDLES, NW, ROUNDABOUT Yes. . . No . . . Maybe! - Paula T. and Linda S. M.C., S.E., M.M., D.M., B.E., B.W. IN P.B.: Some Pink Letters "Someday B.E., I'll get an MG of my own." L.C. Dull Deb - Let's go the long way! Dull Roger. Dull Roger - You put this here and that there and that's as far as I got! Love ya, Dull Deb. To Two Rowdy Captains - Barbie and Sue - Thanks - Field Hockey '76 "Shine On Harvest Moon" L.S., S.H., J.B., A.S., P.S. Thank You PomPom's for 3 great years. Love, D.D. lt's been real Savelli, Love Casella Try our fresh, delicious popcorn . . . that was fun! Love, Guess Who!?! J.L., T.R., FLS., A.S. - Goin' nuts on Dunkin' Donuts! . . .Who's got all the money!!! B. Scrubs and the Beach Gang - 6" - ever J.F., don't let the moon people get you! L.P. Hey Yay, Whattaya say slap down some Wheats and get some good eats!!! B N.S. "Your're my Home" With Love - B.W. L.P. - Between me and you, you're quite cute! Love, E.Fl. Gar, l Guess We're Just Compatible! Love, Beth We Got a Groovy Kind of Love and WouIdn't It Be Nice? - L.B. and J.D. Jim, Love You Always, Jodi Qui est si belle quelle fait mes yeux s'etonnent? E.Fl. - Needless to say: "yes, it's all for the best!!" Love, L.P. 9-12-15-22-5-25-15-21. B. To all my friends a thank you song for being kind to me. L.L., L.O. "To the Athletes of South - Thanks For The Memories" -- HOB l 203 SENIOR DIRECTORY MICHAEL LOUIS ABLONDI: Basket- ball 13 Christmas Project 1,2,33 Football 1,2,3, Co-Capt., MVP 43 In- tramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Spring Festival 3. THOMAS SCOTT ACTON: Tennis 1. PETER ALLAIN LORRAINE ALLEN WILLIAM C. ANDERSON: Football 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 La- crosse 1,2,3, Captain 43 Ski Club 1,23 Track 13 Variety Show 3. MARK ARCHAMBAULT LORI MICHELLE ARONSON: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,33 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Spring Festival 2,3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Vari- ety Show 43 C.P. Telethon 43 Class Treasurer 4. RICHARD ADLER ARONSON: Christmas Project 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,23 Latin Club 1, Treasurer 2,3,43 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 Page 2,33 Philomath 33 Soccer 13 Spring Festival 2, Comm. Chrmn. 3,4. BRETT ASKIN JEFFREY S. AUSTIN JEAN ANN BACHMAN: Drama Club 13 Intramurals 23 Musical 33 Philomath 3,43 Spanish Club 43 Steering Comm. 43 Typing Pool 33 Archery Intramurals 4. MARJORIE BAKER SHAWNEE L. BAKER: Gymnastics 13 Steering Comm. 13 Track 2. KATIE MARIE BALKAM: Cheer- Ieader2,3. JEFF scoTT BALLOU: Football 1,2, ski Trip 4. LORI ELLEN BARR: Fashion Show 2,3,43 German Club 1,2. CHARLES R. BARTOLINI: Christmas Project 3,43 H.R. Rep. 13 Italian Club 204 43 Key Club 2,33 Pres. 43 Lacrosse Manager 2,3,43 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Steering Comm. 3,43 Student Gov't 1,2, Trea- surer 3,43 Guidance Aide 1,2. KATHERINE ANNE BEAVER: A Capella 2,3,43 Christmas Project 43 Colorguard 33 Drama Club 3,41 French Club 3,43 Glee Club 2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Se- nior Play 43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Ski Trip 33 Student Crier 1,2,3, Editor 43 Dis- trict Choir 3. ROBERT K. BELL: Basketball 13 German Club 1,23 Gymnastics 23 ln- tramurals 33 Lacrosse 33 Ski Trip 43 Track 1,2. DEBORAH BENMAOR LIZ BERGER: Christmas Project 3,43 Color Guard 43 Gymnastics 23 ln- tramurals 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Spanish Club 43 Steering Comm. 2,3,43 Variety Show 4. JOHN MICHAEL BERNHARD: Cross Country 23 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 23 Track 1,2,3,43 Va- riety Show 2,3,4. GARY JAY BERNSON: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 13 Football 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. LAURA JEAN BESHEARS: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Fashion Show 13 Philomath 4. DIANE H. BIRSTEIN: Audio-Visual Aid 43 Drama Club 3,43 German Club 3,43 H.R. Rep. 43 Key Club 43 Philomath 43 Steering Comm. 43 Of- fice Aid 1,2,33 Pom-Poms 4. DAVID M. BLATT: A Capella 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2, Captain 3,43 Christ- mas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 13 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Class President 43 Senior Play 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Government 2,33 Track 33 Vareity Show 43 Madrigal 2,3,43 Student Advisory Council 4. KATHY D. BLEASIUS PAMELA MAE BOLSTAD: Color- guards 2,3,43 Spanish Club 3. RICHARD D. BOWMAN: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 1,2,3,43 In- tramurals 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2. JANE A. BRILLHART: Candy Sale 23 Most Friendly Robin Savell and Paul Marshall Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Softball 2,45 Steering Comm.3,4. MICHELLE ANN BRITT: Field Hoc- key 15 Gymnastics 1. PAUL D. BRODERICK JEFF J. BROSEGHINI PATRICIA CAROL BROWN: Basket- ball 2,3,45 Fashion Show 15 Field Hockey 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 La- crosse 2,3,45 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,45 Track 1. STEPHEN C. BROWN CRYSTAL L. BRYANT: Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 4. CATHERINE E. BURDETT: Candy Sale 25 Intramurals 1,25 Page 3,45 Philomath 45 Steering Comm. 2,3. PETER F. BURNHAM: Hockey 'l,2,3. CHRISTOPHER DAVID BURNS: Band 3,45 German Club 45 H.R. Rep. 45 Latin Club 1,2,35 National Merit 35 Page 3,45 Ski Club 15 Spring Fest. 3,4. ROBIN D. BUSHEY: Christmas Projects 1,2,3,4. JOANNE IRENE BUTLER: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 2,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 H.R. Rep. 1,2,35 Italian Club 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 45 Scholastic Art Award 2. JOHN E. CAIRNEY: Baseball 1,2,3,45 Football 35 Intramurals 4. SUE ELLEN CAPSTICK: Band 2,3,45 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 H.R. Rep. 15 Major- ettes 2,3,45 Spring Festival 35 Stu- dent Government 2,3. LUCIA MARIA CARRARA: Christmas Project 45 Fashion Show 15 Field Hockey 15 Intramurals 1,25 Italian Club 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Ski Club 1,2,35 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Vari- ety Show 4. KATHLEEN ANN CARROLL: Pom- Poms 3,45 Christmas Project 45 French Club 2,3, Pres. 45 Intramu- rals 25 Junior Achievements 25 Lib- rary Aid 2,35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Science Quiz Team 25 Mixed Chrous 25 Student Co-Chairman Most Likely To Succeed Kathy Beaver and David Blatt 4 .rv RF FN.-' fr.-'ref-.'x, . f ' WL. I . wr... si' 1 Ax iii? si f-X5 Continental Cabaret 35 Guidance Aid 2,3. DONALD CASALI LORI L. CASELLA: A Capella 1,2,3,45 Christmas Project 3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse 35 Majorettes 2,35 Musical 1,2,2,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Orchestra 1,45 Philomath 45 Senior Play 45 Steering Comm. 1,45 Student Crier 45 Variety Show 45 Feature Twirler 45 Madrigall 2,3,45 Holy Cross Book Award 35 Letter of Commendation 3. CHRISTOPHER CAVALIERI: A Capella 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Golf 45 Intramurals 1,3,45 Key Club 45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Steering Comm. 1,3,45 Variety Show 2,3,45 Madrigal 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 C.P. Telethon 4. MARK CHEFFERS: Soccer 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. LOUISE CHEVALIER PAULA CHIARIELLO: A Capella 3,45 Band 15 Fashion Show 15 Glee Club 2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Spring Festival 1,2,3,4. JAMES E. CHIUDIONI: Candy Sale 25 Drama Club 15 Musical 15 Steer- ing Comm. 1,25 Swimming 2, All Scholastic 354. inf' KYURAN ANN CHOE: Christmas Project 45 French Club 1,2,3,45 German Club 35 Glee Club 15 Intra- murals 25 Music Festival 15 National Honor Society 3,45 Secretary - Continental Cabaret 35 Mixed Chorus 1. KARIN ANNE CHRISTIAN: A Capella 1,2,3,45 Audio-Visual Aid 2,35 Pom- Poms 3,45 Drama Club 1,2,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Musical 1,2,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Vari- ety Show1,45 Madrigal 3,45 Cotillion Comm. 45 Steering Comm. 4. RICHARD CLIFFORD CHRIS P. CLINTON: Hockey 1,2,3,45 Key Club 45 Lacrosse 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Senior Play 45 Soccer 1,2,3,45 Steering Comm. 1,3,45 Track 1. LEN CLINTON: Baseball 15 Basket- ball 1. ANNE COBURN ELLEN T. COHEN: Candy Sale 1,2,3: Drama Club 15 Intramurals 1,2,35 H.R. Rep 15 Steering Comm. 1,2.3,4: Variety Show 4. ALFRED COLLOTTA DEBBIE A. COMTABAD: Basketball 2,3,45 Candy Sale 35 Christmas Project 45 Fashion Show 1: Intramu- rals 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Softball 23 205 Most Intelligent Lori Casella and Norbert Dickman Steering Comm. 2,3545 Student Crier 45 Variety Show 4. CHRIS CONNALLY: Basketball 2. MICHELLE CONSERVA: A Capella 1,2,35 A.F.S. lGermanyj 35 Candy Sale 25 Drama Club 1,25 H.R. Rep. 3,45 Musical 1,25 Music Fest. 1,2,35 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Chosen for: "Who's Who Among American High School Students" 3. DONNA E. COOPER: A Capella 45 Drama Club 2,3545 Fashion Show 1,25 Intramurals 2,35 Musical 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Page 2,35 Philomath 45 Senior Play 45 Speech Club V.P. 45 Spring Festival 35 Steering Comm. 3,4. DEDE COOTS GREGORY M. CORBETT KATHIE M. CORRIGAN: Candy Sale 25 Pom-Poms 3,45 Drama Club 45 Fashion Show 15 Spanish Club 45 Steering Club 3,45 Musical 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Track 35 Variety Show 45 International Holi- day Party 4. DONALD O. CRANE: Audio Visual Aid 25 Drama Club 1,25 Science Fic- tion Club 2,3,45 Senior Play 4. JAMES T. CRANE: Football 25 Track 1. 206 494 fs- W fQJ X .I - r?k. 2125- .5 5 DEBBIE CREASIA BARRY S. CROFT: A Capella 45 Band 45 Drama Club 3,45 Intramu- rals 3,45 Italian Club 3,45 Musical 3,45 Senior Play 45 Tennis 1,25 Vari- ety Show 3,45 Swim Team 1,2,4. LYNDA JEAN CRONE: Audio-Visual Aide 3,45 Drama Club 3,45 Senior Play 45 275th Float 2. KATHLEEN E. CRONIN: Gymnastics 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MARY REGINA CRONIN: Candy Sale 1,2,35 Steering Comm. 1,25 Guidance Aide 4. LYNNE MARIE CROWLEY: Christ- mas Project 45 French Club 35 Gym- nastics Manager 35 Intramurals Gymnastics 35 Home Room Rep. 45 National Honor Society 45 Page 3,45 Philomath 45 Senior Play 45 Steering Comm. 35 Student Crier 3,45 Track 3,4. GAYLE DENYSE CRUISE: Basket- ball 25 Candy Sale 25 Stationary Sale 35 Fashion Show 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Black History Week 3. ANDREW P. CUERONI: Cross Coun- try 1,25 Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM TOM F. CURRAN: Basketball 15 In- tramurals 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse, 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4. DEBORAH CURRIER ANDREE DALLAPE JAMES M. D'ANGELO: Football 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Stationery Sale 3. TERRY ELLEN DAVIS: Candy Sale 25 Intramurals 15 Ski Trip 25 Spanish Club 1. HANK F. DECOFF: Hockey 1,2,3,4. JOAN F. DECOLLIBUS: Candy Sale 25 Field Hockey 15 H.R. Rep. 2,35 Philomath 35 Senior Play 45 Ski Club 1,2,35 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Stu- dent Crier 45 Track 25 Variety Show 35 Varsity Badminton 45 Class Trea- surer 2,3. JAMES M. DEMARCO: Baseball 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 45 Wrestling 4. SANDRA ELIZABETH DEPREMIO: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Fashion Show 2,35 Field Hockey 15 Intramurals 1,25 Steering Comm. 1,2,3. KAREN L. DESHAW: Candy Sale 25 Fashion Show 15 Field Hockey 1,25 Philomath 45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3. KAREN L. DESHAW: Candy Salke 25 Fashion Show 15 Field Hockey 1,25 Philomath 45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3. MICHAEL A. DESIMONE: Cross Country 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 1,2,35 Variety Show 153. RICHARD JOSEPH DESIMONE: ln- tramurals 1,2,3,45 Hockey 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4. DAVID J. DECARLO: Golf 1,2,3, Captain 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2. ' CHIP E. DELPRETE: Basketball 2,3545 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,45 H.R. Rep. 45 Soc- cer 45 Spring Festival 35 Steering Comm. 3,45 Vice-President 4. JEAN C. DEVINE: A Capella 25 Audio-Visual Aid 15 Candy Sale 15 Christmas Project 45 Fashion Show 15 Glee Club 25 Library Aid 25 Music Festival 25 Page 15 Spring Festival 3. AUDREY DIATALEVI RITA ANNE DICENSO: Intramurals 2,33 Italian Club 2,3. NORBERT ALLAN DICKMANN: Audio Visual Aid 1,2,33 Candy Sale 23 Chess Club 13 Christmas Project 3,43 French Club 1,2,3,43 Library Aid 13 National Honor Society 3,43 Na- tional Merit 43 Science Quiz Team 3,43 Spring Festival 3,4. JOHN E. DIMITRIOU: Christmas Project 33 Intramurals 23 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Soc- cer 1,2, WESLEY DINSMORE BRENDA LAURA DLOTT: Intramu- rals 1,23 Steering Comm. 1,23 Prom Comm. 3. MAUREEN C. DOHERTY: French Club 33 Page 33 Work-study 43 Computer Room Monitor 4. DALE PATRICIA DONOVAN: Candy Sale 23 Intramurals 1,23 Page 3,43 Spanish Club 3,41 Steering Comm. 1,23 Girls' Basketball Manager 2,43 Bicentennial Float 2. DIANE F. DOODY: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 33 Fashion Show 13 French Club 33 Glee Club 2,43 In- tramurals 1,2, National Honor Soci- ety 33 Phllomath 33 Steering Comm. 2,33 Pom pom girls 2,3,4Q Co-Capt. Pom pom girls 4. TERRY DOWD ANNE MARIE DOWNEY: A Capella 2,3,43 Band 43 Basketball 23 Candy Sale 2,33 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3Q Jazz Band 2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festi- val 1,2,3,4Q Orchestra 3,43 Phllomath 43 Senior Play 2,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Crier 23 Variety Show 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL DRAKE KEN DRON JAMES MICHAEL DUDEK: Basket- ball 13 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 1,23 Christmas Project 3,43 Football 13 Gymnastics 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Key Club 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Page 33 Soccer 2,3, Captain 43 Student Crier 43 Swim Team 2,3, Captain 4. JOHN RICHARD DUDEK: Basketball 1,2, Manager 3,4j Baseball 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,4j Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q H.R. Rep. 43 Musical 43 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,43 Letter of Commendation of National Merit 33 National Merit 43 Senior Play 43 Soccer 2,3, Co-Capt. 43 Spring Fes- tival 3,41 Steering Comm. 2,3,43 Va- riety Show 43 Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Student Government Day 3,43 Jewish War Veteran Award 4. DALE DUNHAM NANCY M. DWYER: Intramurals 23 Swimming 3. STEVEN R. ELKINSON: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q H.R. Rep. 2,33 Soccer 1,23 Spring Festival 3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Track 2,33 Variety Show 43 Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 VIP in C.P. Tele- thon 4. ALEX ELY VALERIE J. ERADI: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 33 Intramurals 1,23 Spanish Club3 Steering Comm. 3. ELIZABETH ANN ERICKSON: Candy Sale 23 Cheerleader 2,3,43 Christ- mas Project 2,3,43 Field Hockey 13 Intramurals 23 H.R. Rep. 2,3,43 Ita- lian Club 3, Isecj 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 2,3,4Q Ski Trip 2,3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Class Treasurer 1. DONNA MARIE ESPERIAN: Candy Sale 23 Cheerleader 2,3,43 Christ- mas Project 23 Field Hockey 13 ln- tramurals 2,3,43 Softball 13 Steering Comm. 23 Variety Show 3,4. RUTH LUCILLE EVANS: A Capella 43 Colorguard 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Fashion Show 2,3,43 Glee Club 2,3,43 Intramurals 23 Music Festival 2,3,43 National Honor Soci- ety 3,43 Page 3,43 Phllomath 43 Se- nior Play 43 Spanish Club 3,43 Cos- tumes for the Plays 2,3,4. SHARON EVERS TOMMY FAIR VINCENT J. FARESE: Baseball 2,3,43 Football 23 Intramurals 2,43 Key Club 43 Student Government 13 Variety Show 3. MARK FEIGELMAN: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Steer- ing Comm. 1,2,33 Student Govern- ment 1. FAITH M. FEOLA: Field Hockey 1: Junior Achievement 3,43 Spanish Club 3,4. RORY FIELDS LEONOR M. FILIPE: National Honor Society 2,3,4. Class Couple Lori Aronson and Ben Rosenberg 20 I MELANIE JOY FINN: Christmas Project 45 Drama Club 15 French Club 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 35 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Club 35 Spring Festival 35 Co-Student Advi- sor for Foreign Language Career Expo. BARBARA ANNE FIOREI Manager - Girls Basketball 45 Candy Sale 1,25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 2,3, Co-Captain 45 Intramu- rals 25 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,45 Italian Club 35 Treasurer 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Philomath 3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club 1,2,35 Ski Trip 2,35 Softball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 45 Steer- ing Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 2,3,45 Variety Show 45 Prom Comm. 35 C.P. Telethon 4. DAVID FISHER KAREN FISH MAN BRIAN FITZGERALD: Audio-Visual Aid 35 Chess Club 15 Cross Country 25 Drama Club 45 French Club 2,35 H.R. Rep. 15 National Honor Society 2,3,45 National Merit Letter of Commendation 45 Page 3,45 Sci- ence Quiz Team Captain 3,45 Spring Festival 35 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Government 15 Intramurals 1. JAMES FLANDERS MARK JOSEPH FOLEY: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Foot- ball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 45 German Club 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 La- crosse 1,3,45 Senior Play 45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Track 25 Wrestling 15 Big Brother 4. PATRICK FOLEY NELSON FONSECA KIM FOSTER: Cheerleader 2,3,45 Steering Comm. 2,3,45 Musical 35 Christmas Project 4. BARBARA FOX LAURIE FRANK JOE FREY: Track 3,4. JOHN FULLER JAMES GABLE SHARON GAGNE CHERYL GANNON: Field Hockey 1 Junior Achievements 354. 208 KATHLEEN GANNON JOELLEN GAVIN MARYANN GAVIN CAROL GENTILI: A Capella 3,45 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Fashion Show 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Mus- ical 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Steering Comm. 45 Pom-Poms 2,3,4.i STEPHEN GETCH ELL DANIEL J. GIATRELIS Ill: Audio- Visual Aide 1,25 Candy Sale 25 Cross Country 1,2,3, Captain 45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Hoc- key 1,2,35 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,45 Musical 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club 1,2,35 Ski Trip 1,25 Spanish Club 1,25 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Gov't. 15 Outdoor Track 1,2,3,45 Va- riety Show 2,3,45 Indoor Track 3,45 Member of State Record holding Mile Relay team. ROBERT M. GLEBUS ROBYN M. GOLDBERG: Philomath 35 Volleyball 4. RONI GAYLE GOLDBERG: A Capella 1,2,3,45 Candy Sale 1,25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Color- guards 3, Captain 45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,45 Musical 1,2,3,45 Music Fest. 1,2,3,45 Page 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club 1, Treas. 2, V.P. 35 Ski Trip 35 Speech Club 1,2,35 Spring Festi- cal 1,2,3,45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Gov't. 1,2,3, Pres. 45 Tennis 2,35 Track 15 Variety Show 2,3,45 Madrigal 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Spanish Tutor 2,35 Student Gov't Day 2,3,4. ELLEN L. GOLDMAN: Candy Sale 25 French Club 1,25 Intramurals 2,45 H.R. Rep. 2,3,45 Page 35 Philomath 3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club 3, Sec. 45 Spring Fest. 35 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 1,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 45 Co-Capt. Volleyball 45 Pingpong 15 C.P. Tele- thon 45 Student Gov't Day 35 Tutor 3. HOWARD F. GOLDMAN: Philomath 45 Soccer 1,25 Tennis Club 2. JEFFREY ALAN GOLIGER: Christ- mas Project 45 Drama Club 2,3,45 Gymnastics 1,2,4, Silver Medal in State Comp.5 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Musical 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Spring Festival 25 Track 153,45 Variety Show 3,45 Tutoring 4. DAVID C. GORDON: Basketball 25 Christmas Project 3,45 Football 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 H.R. Rep. 3,45 Key Club 3,45 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Soccer 2,3, Captain 45 Steering Comm. 3,45 Student Crier 45 Track 2,3, Captain 45 Variety Show 45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Indoor Track 3, Captain 45 High School All-American in Track5 Cerebral Palsey Telethon 4. --,,,... ---"" 2 P .i--- V L--,..... -"""' l L...- ME. MQ-:Q 'ian ali! Most Flirtatious Carol Gentili and Steve Shelman GLENN S. GORDON: Football 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Track 1,2. PATRICK C. GRADY: Band 1,2,3,43 Jazz Band 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,4. ADRIAN GRAHAM: A Capella 1,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 43 Jazz Band 3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 1,2,3,43 All-Eastern Orchestra. JERRY GRANDONI: Audio-Visual Aide 23 Chess Club 43 Lacrosse 1,2,33 Library Aide 4, National Honor Society 2,3,43 Ski Club 1,2,33 Span- ish Club 23 Typing Pool 3. CLEMENT GRAY KEN L. GROSS: Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 1,2,33 Ski Trip 33 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Track l,2,3Q Variety Show 3. VINCENT GROSSO: Basketball 13 Baseball 1,2,33 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 33 Intramurals 1,2,33 National Honor Society 2,33 Student Government 2,33 Swimming 2,3. RICH GROUT: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Steering Comm. 2,3,43 Vari- ety Show 4. SHERI JANE GURNEY: Colorguard 3,43 Drama Club 1,43 French Club 2,33 National Honor Society 43 Page 23 Philomath 43 Steering Comm. 2,33 Mixed Chorus 1,2. MEHMET GUZEL: A.F.S. 43 Drama Club 43 German Club 43 Soccer 4. MARY HALEY THOMAS HANSON ERIC S. HAKANSSON: Band 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4. PAUL M. HARDING: Tennis 1,23 Swim Team 2,3,4. BILL HARMON ALYCIA DENISE HARRIS: Page 33 Philomath 33 Variety Show 4. BONNIE M. HART: Candy Sale 23 Cheerleader 1,21 H.R. Rep. 13 Musi- cal 3,43 Ski Club 1,2,33 Ski Trip 1 23' Steerin Comm. 1,2,3,43 Ten- j - I Q nis 1,2,3,4. Most Creative Don Crane and Joan DeColIibus NY.- xX- i , RITA E. HARTLING: Jr. Achievement 43 Float Comm. 2. ZIONA HAYON ROBIN HEALY JOHN R. HELANDER MATTHEW HENDERSON: A Capella 43 A.F.S. 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Intramu- rals 3,43 Jazz Band 1,2,3, Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Or- chestra 1,2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 3,4. GREG DEAN HENDRON: Hockey 1. SUSAN PATRICIA HENDRY: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 Col- orguard 3,43 Field Hockey 1,2,3, Captain 43 Intramurals 23 H.R. Rep. 1,2,33 Musical 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 National Merit 33 Philomath, Assistant-Editor 43 Se- nior Play 43 Spring Festival 2,3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Prom Committee 33 Senior Career Planning Comm. 43 D.A.R. Award 4. EILEEN PATRICIA HENNING: A Capella 33 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,3,43 Senior Play 43 Steering Comm. 3,4. JOHN B. HERENDEEN: Christmas Project 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 3,43 Lacrosse 13 National Honor Society 3,43 National Merit 3,43 Science Ouiz Team 3, Captain 43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3. PETER HOWARD HERMAN: A Capella 13 Band 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 13 Jazz Band 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Spring Fes- tival 1,2,3,43 Tennis Team 1,2,3, Captain 43 Variety Show 1,2,3,43 Corky Allen Memorial Trophy. KEN HICKS PETER HINCKLEY: National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Spring Festival 1,2. JUDY JO HOAR: Candy Sale 2: Track 2,43 Swimming 2. GEOFFREY THOMAS HOBSON: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Manager 3,41 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Football 13 Intra- murals 3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Page 23 Soccer Manager 3: Student Crier 3, Co-Editor. JENNIFER GAIL HOLBROOK: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 Fashion Show 1,21 Glee Club 4: Music Festival 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Spanish Club Secretary 3. HOWARD BRUCE HOMONOFF3 Christmas Project 1.2,3,4: Drama Club 1,2,3: French Club 3: Intramu- 209 Most Dramatic Alex Ely and Kim Lamarque L rals 13 H.R. Rep. 43 Musical 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Na- tional Merit 33 Senior Play 43 Sci- ence Ouiz Team, Captain 33 Soccer 43 Spring Festival 33 Steering Comm. 2,3,43 Student Government 43 Student Crier 1,2,33 Social Studies Club, V.P. 33 Law Day Mock Trial 2,3,43 Student Government Day 1,2,4Q Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Delegate to the National Conference of Chris- tians and Jews 33 Philomath, Sports Editor 43 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 43 Variety Show 4. JOHN ROBERT HOWARD: Basket- ball 1,23 Baseball 1,3,43 Christmas Project 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Ski Club 3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Steering Comm. 43 Student Crier, Sports Editor 43 Wrestling 43 Ping Pong 1,4. LAURA E. HOWARD: Christmas Project 43 Intramurals 23 National Honor Society 3,4. l..YNNE HUFFAM PETER J. HURWITZ: Baseball 1,23 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 2,33 Steering Comm. 3,43 Variety Show 43 C.P. Telethon 4. JOAN HUSSEY BARRY HUTCHINSON 210 DEBRA ANN JACOBS: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 Musical 13 Music Festival 13 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath, Co-editor of Senior Sec- tion 43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,33 Spring Festival 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,4. LAUREN M. JOHNSON: Christmas Project 1,2,3. LUANN JOHNSON: Christmas Project 1,23 Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 1,23 Tennis 1,2. ELIZABETH ANN JORDAN: Candy Sale 23 Christms Project 3,43 Color- guards 3,43 Field Hockey 2,3,43 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,23 La- crosse 3, Captain 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Social Studies Club Secretary 2,33 Spring Festival 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,33 Student Gov't 13 Track 13 Ping Pong Club 2. MARLENE MARIE JOSEPH: German Club 1,2,33 Junior Achievement 2,3, Treas. 23 Page 3. MEREDITH JO KAHN: Latin Club 1,33 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Page 1,2,3,43 M.I.T. High School Studies Program 2,3,4. BRYAN MICHAEL KARAS: Baseball 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 43 Football 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Variety Show 3,4. RANDY ALLEN KATES HOWARD KEE JOSEPH PATRICK KEEFE: Christ- mas Project 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,23 H.R. Rep. 2,43 Key Club 3,43 Lacrosse 2,3,43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Swim Team 3,43 Softball 1,2,3,43 Spring Festival 3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,3,43 Vol- leyball 2,3,43 Swim Team 3,4. WARREN KEILEY KATHERINE KELLEY JOHN LEONARD KENNEY: Gymnas- tics 2,3, Captain 43 Intramurals 2,3,43 Ski Trip 4. BARBARA KIRK GRACE KIRONYO KIM ELESE KLAINER: Candy Sale 23 Intramurals 13 Philomath 43 Steering Committee 2,3,43 Variety Show. ROBERTA KNAPP TERRY KNICKERBOCKER DEBORAH LYNNE KNOFF: A Capella 1,23 Candy Sale 23 Band 3,43 Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 1,2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Fashion Show 2,33 Basketball ln- tramurals 13 Musical 2,33 Music Fes- tival 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Orchestra 43 Variety Show 33 Student Government Day 1,23 Mad- rigal 2,3,4. VAN Z. KRIKORIAN: Basketball 1,23 Cross Country 23 Golf 1,2,3,43 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 3,43 Ski Club 33 Soccer 13 Student Crier 43 Swimming 3,4. LINDA KWASEK KIMBERLY ANNE LAMAROUE: Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 43 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 3. DONNA LAFRANCE SUZANNE LANDRY MICHELE LAPLANTE KELLIE J. LAVIN ROBERT LAVERTY JEFF PAUL LAZAR MARY KATHERINE LEDDY: A Capella 1,2,43 Glee Club 1,2,43 Mus- ical 13 Music Festival 1,2,43 Variety Show 13 Swimming 2,3, Co-Captain HERBERT LEE SAM LEVY: Basketball 1,23 Intramu- rals 2. CAROL ANN LILL PHYLLIS E. LINDSAY: Variety Show 2,3. LAURI ELLEN LIVERMAN: Candy Sale 13 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,3,43 French Club 1,23 Home Room Rep. 2,3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Secretary 33 National Honor Soc. 2,3,43 Page 23 Philomath 3, Layout Editor 43 Spring Festival 3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,4. JOHN JEROME LOPOPOLO: Drama Club 43 Senior Play 33 Tennis 33 Ali- ation Club 2. THOMAS W. LUKER: Baseball 3,43 Candy Sale 1,23 Chess Club 43 Cross Country 3,43 Football 1,2,33 Golf 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Softball 43 Student Crier 43 Variety Show 4. BONNIE A. LUPIS: Field Hockey 1,2. ELIZABETH L. LYON: Candy Sale 23 Drama Club 1,43 Intramurals 43 Mus- ical 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Ski Club 43 Ski Trip 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,43 Track 1,2,3,4. JOE MACIOROWSKI: Cross Country 43,Swimming 4. CYNTHIA R. MACLAREN: Fashion Show 33 Spring Festival 2. CYNTHIA L. MANTZ ELLEN M. MARCUS: Candy Sale 13 Intramurals 1. ROBBIN S. MARKS: A Capella 43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3, Executive Board 43 Glee Club 1,33 Musical 1,2,3,4, Assistant Producer 33 Music Festival 1,3,43 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,43 Page 2,3, Editor 4, Art Edi- tor 33 Senior Play Prop Mistress 43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,33 Span- ish Club 1,23 Steering Comm. 13 Va- riety Show 43 Bicentennial Seconds 33 Member of Framingham Youth Commission 43 Plays 1,43 Scholastic Art Award 2. DREW S. MARLOE: Football 13 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,43 Musical 23 Na- tional Honor Society 3,43 Steering Comm. 3,43 Tennis 1,23 Variety Show 3,43 Ping Pong 2,3. PAUL MARSHALL: Baseball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Musical 33 Steering Comm. 3,4. DIANNE MARTIN: Band 1,2,3,43 Ita- lian Club 33 Majorettes 1,2,3, Cap- tain 43 Variety Show 4. PETER MASON: Audio-Visual Aids 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 French Club Secretary 1,2,33 Library Aids 13 Musical 33 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Student Govern- ment 1,2,4, Secretary 33 Steering Comm. 13 Student Government Day 1,2,3,43 Law Day Mock Trial 1,2,43 School Committee Rep. 43 Assump- tion College Model United Nations 23 Bicentennial Seconds 23 Foreign Language "Continental Cabaret" 33 National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 33 Foreign Language Career Expo 43 International Holiday Party 1,2,3,4. JANE MATH ESON LISA MCANU LTY BARRY MCCARTHY: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 1,23 Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Track 1,23 Variety Show 3,43 Bicentennial Seconds 3. JOHN IVICCARTHY LYNN MCG RATH DAN MCGUIRK: Basketball 13 Base- ball 23 Track 1,2,3, JAMES M. MCHUGO: Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2. MARY McKENNA DENNIS McKlNSTRY: Candy Sale 1,2. PAM MCKINSTRY: Candy Sale 23 Cheerleader 1,2,33 Gymnastics 1,2,3, Captain 43 Intramurals 2,3,4. GERALD MCLAUGHLIN ELIZABETH ANN McLEAN: Basket- ball 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,23 Orchestra 13 Softball 1,2,3,43 Speech Club 1,2. JOSEPH MCNAMARA CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH MCOUADE: Football 2,3,43 Golf 13 Lacrosse 2,3,4. L1 4, tical A" . E . ,,...l, Q N E-1... i V337 ,X - I 1-R ," ...Q-'E' Vx Most Athletic Liz McLean and Jimmy Dudek 211 MAUREEN MEDEIROS GREG MEDINA: Drma Club 35 Se- nior Play 45 Variety Show 4. LISA MICHAUD ROBIN MILLER SCOTT ALAN MILLER: AFS to Hel- sinki, Finland 45 Baseball manager 15 Christmas Project 35 Football trainer 1,2,35 French Club 1,2,35 ln- tramurals 1,2,35 Language Lab Aide 15 National Honor Society 2,35 Ping Pong 25 Science Quiz Team captain 35 Spring Festival 1,2,35 Student Crier 1,2,35 Social Studies Club pres. 35 Student Government Day 1,2,35 Law Day 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3. MARK ALLAN MITCHNICK: Basket- ball 25 Baseball 25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 National Merit 35 Soccer 45 Spring Festival 1,2,4. KATHERINE MOORE DOUG S. MORAN: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Football 25 ln- tramurals 1,25 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,4. BRANDIE LYNNE MORRIS: Basket- ball 35 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Fashion Show 15 French Club 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Representative 25 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Science Quiz Team 35 Student Crier 1,25 Volleyball 4. WILLIAM MRAZIK CAROL J. MURPHY: Track 25 Swim Team 2. SHARON MARIE MURPHY: Candy Sale 25 Field Hockey 15 Latin Club 15 Science Fiction Club 25 Ski Club 15 Steering Comm. 25 Track 1. JANICE M. NADEAU: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Intramurals 1,25 Homeroom Representative 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Philomath 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Spring Festival 2,3,45 Steer- ing Comm. 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 4. TERESA M. NADEAU: Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Lacrosse 2,3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,45 Philomath 45 Variety Show 45 Volleyball Intra- murals 15 Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3. MARY ALLENA NERI: Candy Sale 23 Italian Club 35 Page 2,3,45 Steering Comm. 2,3,45 Student Government 272 Day 1. WILLIAM NEWTON PATRICIA A. NOBLE: A Capella 2,35 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Fashion Show 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,35 Intramu- rals 1,25 Music Festival 1,2,35 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,4. CATHERINE F. NOONAN: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3, Recording Secretary 45 Page 2,35 Philomath 1,3,45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Stu- dent Government 1,25 Student Gov- ernment Day 1,2,3,4. JAMES P. NOONAN JR.: A Capella 1,2,3,45 Band 15 Christmas 45 Foot- ball 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Vari- ety Show 45 Wrestling 2,35 Madrigal 1,2,3. WILLIAM F. NUGENT: Spring Festi- val 25 Student Crier 45 Student Gov- ernment Day Delegate 3. BRIAN JOSEPH O'CONNELL: Foot- ball 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 3,45 Variety Show 4. JIMMY O'DONNELL PATRICIA MARY O'RAWE: Cheer- leader 2,35 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,35 Fashion Show 15 Field Hockey 15 Glee Club 45 Intramurals 15 H.RwRep. 2,35 I icsit, 1 L, It ,I IX I Softball 15 Spanish Club 1,3,45 Spring Festival 1,2,35 Track 35 Mixed Chorus 4. DAVID F. O'ROURKE: Basketball 25 Cross Country 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Track 3,4, M.V.P. 4. JOANN M. O'ROURKE ELIZABETH RUTH OBER: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,35 Fashion Show 25 Intramurals 1,25 H.R. Rep. 35 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,45 National Merit 35 Page 15 Philomath 45 Span- ish Club 1,2,3, V.P. 45 Spring Festi- val 3,45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 La- crosse 2. HENRY ORME IRIS ORTIZ: Basketball 25 Gymnas- tics 1. GARY OTENTI JERI L. OTEY: Basketball 1,2,3,4 tcapt.j5 Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 25 Field Hockey 1,25 Intra- murals 1,2,35 H.R. Rep. 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 45 Swimming icaptj 2-45 MVP Swimming5 MVP Basketball5 All Star Basketball. BAIBA K. OZOLS: Christmas project 1,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 German Club 1,45 Intramurals 45 Variety Show 4i 5 , . A I -I I 5.1 -'Z'I,,, I fly! anis ,..l --fl, i lg jill 1' .Ps ll u::::l! I he "I u,l 1 Urns' gl 'IS-. :NIU 95" Most Versatile Sue Hendry and John Dudek GUADALOPE PANDOLFI: Fashion Show 3. RITA PIA PAOLINI: Christmas Project 13 Italian Club 3, President 4. KATHERINE PAPPAS MICHAEL PAQUETTE SUSAN JEAN PARKER: Intramurals 33 Key Club 3,43 Steering Comm. 3,43 Track 4. THEMIS PARODOS: Christmas Project 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Soccer 1,2. PAMELA PATTERSON DAWN PEARL DAVID PEDDLE PETER PERESHLUHA JOSEPH PERSSON LISA PHIPPS: A Capella 2,33 Candy Sale 23 Drama Club 23 Glee Club 23 Lacrosse 33 Music Festival 2,33 Page 23 Philomath 3,43 Ski Club 3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Steering Comm. 2,3,4. MICHELLE ANN PISELLI: Basket- ball 13 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Gymnastics 13 Softball 23 Variety Show 43 Mixed Chorus 1. ARNOLD NORMAN POLLINGER: Band 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 43 Drama Club 43 Intramurals 33 Jazz Band 2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,4Q National Honor Society 3,43 Orches- tra 1,2,3,43 Science Quiz Team 2,3,43 Spring Festival 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,43 Indoor Track 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Sulperteams 33 Northeast District Band 43 Semi-Finals of Fal- mouth Invitational Track Meet in 50 yd. Dash. LAUREN S. POTISCHMAN: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 43 Fash- ion Show 13 Intramurals 1,23 H.R. Rep. 2,31 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 43 Steering Comm. 2,3,4j Variety Show 43 Prom Comm. 3. CHRISTOPHER PREVITE DAVID OUILTY ROBERT OUINN Best Dressed Harold Solomon and Roni Goldberg KIM A. RACE: Junior Achievement 33 Float Comm. 23 Office Aide 1,2. LOIS RADIS RUTH RAWLING: Audio-Visual Aide 1,2,33 Key Club 3,43 Guidance Aide 1,2. KRISTA J. READ: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 43 Fashion Show 1,23 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Intramu- rals 1,2,33 H.R. Rep. 43 Lacrosse 3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 3, Sports Co-Editor 43 Ski Club 43 Ski Trip 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Track 1. HERBERT J. REDDOCH ERIC S. ROBINSON: A.F.S. 43 Bas- ketball 1,23 Baseball 13 Drama Club 3,43 Intramurals 2,3,43 Musical 33 Philomath 43 Senior Play 43 Steering Comm. 3,43 Variety Show 43 Student Production 4. VALERIE ROGERS JULIUS ROLLS KAREN ANN ROMANAZZI: Intramu- rals 33 Italian Club 2,3 JOHN ROONEY SONIA ROSA TRACY ROSE BENJAMIN NEAL ROSENBERG: Basketball 13 Candy Sale 23 Christ- mas Project 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,23 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,43 Philomath Senior Section Editor 43 Ski Club 1,2, Pres. 33 Ski Trip 2,33 Soccer 1,23 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Govern- ment Treasurer 43 Variety Show 43 Student Government Day 3,43 Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Class President 13 Boys' State 33 Representative to Statewide Student Government Day 43 Letter of Commendation - NMSOT 3. ELLEN ROSENBERG: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 43 French Club 23 Glee Club 23 Intramurals 33 Latin Club 2, V.P. 3, pres. 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Philomath 3,41 Spring Festival-Asst. Student Coor- dinator of Spring Festival 33 Coor- dinator of Spring Festival 43 Task Force on Reading 43 Cabaret 3: C.P. Telethon 4. WENDY K. ROSS: Candy Sale 2: Christmas Project 2,3,4: Field Hoc- key 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 3, Underclass Edi- tor 43 Ski Club 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Government 3: Va- riety Show 43 Class Secretary 1. GARY J. ROTATORI: Cross Country 2,3,4 lcapt.j3 Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,23 Track 3: Wres- tling 1,2-4 jcaptlq Wrestling MVP 3. JULIE ANN SALES: Candy Sale 2: Christmas Project 3,41 French Club 213 Class Clown Daniel J. Giatrelis Ill and Lisa Supeno 4.11. Sf W X . I I j . , x I 3.-- 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 Language lab Aide 13 Latin Club 1,2,3,43 Philomath 3, Layout Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Fes- tival 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Government Recording Secretary 43 Student Crier 13 Tennis 43 Variety Show 43 Volleyball 43 Stu- dent Government Day 1,43 Prom Comm. 33 Betty Crocker Award for Leadership in Family Living 43 C.P. Telethon 4. RICHARD SAPORETTI JOAN SAVAGE PETER SAVAS: A Capella 1,2,3,43 Football 1,23 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Golf 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,23 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,4. ROBIN SAVELL: A Capella 2,3,43 Band 43 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 2,3,43 Lacrosse 2,33 Majorettes 2,33 Musi- cal 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Orchestra 43 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 43 Madrigal 2,3,43 Honorable Mention - Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards3 Northeastern Mass. District Chorus. BRIAN A. SAWYER: Football 1,23 Lacrosse 3,43 Track 2. JIM SCANLAN LOUIS K. SCHIAVI: Senior Play 3,43 Spring Festival 3,4. 214 3- pF gv .'9 ,. .Y p, - -- Q '-1 3 -- -1 . -g.g.i33tTfTf-. JW ,ik-. , 3, ,.,, . . . N 1' K ?'F"9 KARL D. SCHWARTZ: Hockey 1,2. S. ROBERT SCULOS BRIAN SEAVEY: Audio-Visual Aide 13 Golf 4: Soccer 2. NEAL H. SHAFFER: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,41 Drama Club 13 French Club 13 Latin Club 1, Vice President 23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 2,3, Senior Photo Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 3,43 Ski Trip 33 Spring Festival 33 Steering Comm. 3,41 Student Gov- ernment 1,2,3, Vice President 4g Tennis 1,2,43 Student Government Day 23 C.P. Telethon 43 Regional Representative to the Student Advi- sory Council 3,43 Presidential Clas- sroom 4. THOMAS W. SHAHOOD: Football 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Soccer 23 Variety Show 4. MARGIE A. SHAPIRO: Band 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Drama Club 1,2,3, Sec. 43 Intramurals 23 Lacrosse 23 Musical 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 3,43 Senior Play 43 Spanish Club 2,3, Pres. 43 Spring Festival 3,43 Variety Show. LINDA JEAN SHAW: A Capella 23 Candy Sale 23 Glee Club 23 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3, Musical 2,43 Music Festi- val 23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Track 1,23 Variety Show 43 Class Vice Pres. 1, Class Pres. 2,33 Hugh O'Brian Leadership Award 2. ALISA C. SHEAR: French Club 2,32 Page 4. THERESA MARIE SHEEHAN: Candy Sale 23 Spring Festival 33 Variety Show 4. STEPHEN H. SHELMAN: A Capella 43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 13 Candy Sale 23 Male Chorus 43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 1,23 Glee Club 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Musical 43 Philomath 43 Soccer 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. CAROL SHEVRIN: Christmas Project 33 Drama Club 23 H.R. Rep. 33 National Honor Society 2,33 Speech Club 2, Sec. 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,33 Student Crier 1. WILLIAM S. SHUFRO: Baseball 43 Intramurals 33 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Steer- ing Comm. 43 Wrestling 1,2,3, JOHN ANTHONY SKATOFF: Foot- ball 1,2,33 Intramurals 23 Wrestling 2,3. CHARLOTTE LOUISE SMITH: A Capella 23 Band 2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3,43 Glee Club 23 Intramurals 23 Jazz Band 3,43 Key Club 33 Lacrosse 3,43 Musical 2,3,43 Music Festival 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3, Secretary 43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Brass En- semble 43 Seimming 3. STEVE LAURENCE SMITH: Football 2,3,43 Intramurals 2,3,4. MARCY SOKOLOV: Drama Club 13 Track 13 Variety Show. HAROLD H. SOLOMAN: Christmas Project 3,43 Intramurals 3,43 Latin Club 1,2,3, National Honor Society 2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Spring Festi- val 23 Student Government 43 Stu- dent Crier 43 Track 1,2,3,43 Wres- tling 13 Century III Leaders Competi- tion, Second Place 43 Voice of De- mocracy, Second Place 3. ANDREA M. SOMA: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 2,3,43 H.R. Rep. 1,2,33 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,43 Class Secre- tary 1,2,33 Prom Comm. 3. RICHARD D. SPECTOR JAMES MICHAEL ST. ANDRE PETER ST. LAURENT LIZ STAVRIANDIS MARILYN STEIN WENDY M. STEIN: A Capella 23 Candy Sale 13 Chess Club 13 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 33 French Club 13 Glee Club 23 Latin Club 1,2,3,4, President 2,33 Musical 13 Music Fes- tival 23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 President 43 Senior Play 43 Spring Festival 3,4: Steering Comm. 13 South High Representative Task Force Steering Comm. 3,43 Second Prize French Essay Contest3 School Winner Century lll Leadership Con- test3 Student Representative High School Language Arts Sub Comm. 3,43 Coordinator International Holi- day Party 2,3,4. ROBERT B. STEINBERG: Audio- Visual Aide 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 3343 French Club 1,2,3,43 Vice Pres. 1, Pres. 23 Library Aide 13 National Honor Society 233, Treas. 43 National Merit3 Philomath 43 Science Quiz Team 33 Steering Comm. 1,23 Student Government 1,2,3,43 Student Government Day 1,2,3,4, Coordinator 133,43 Tennis 1,2,43 Table Tennis 1,43 Continental Cabaret Coordinator 3, Holiday Party 1,2,3,43 Harvard Book Award. SUSAN ELLEN STEINBERG: Candy Sale 23 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 2,33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,4. ALLAN STOPPEL PAUL P. SULLIVAN: Basketball 13 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2333 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4. LISA SUPENO: Basketball Mgr. 2,43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 French Club 33 Glee Club 23 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,43 Musical 13 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath, Activities and Clubs Edi- tor 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 1,2,33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Crier 3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. BRENT SWAIM: Intramurals 3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 3,43 Senior Play 43 Soccer 1,2,33 Variety Show 4. CHRISTOPHER DUANE TAKACS: Football 43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,4Q Soccer 1,2,3. RAYMOND C. TANNAR JEFFREY C. TAYLOR: Chess Club 132,33 Football 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4. JONATHAN FRANKLIN TAYLOR: Christmas Project 33 Football 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 3, Sec- retary 43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL TAYLOR DEBRA ELAINE THAYER: Basket- ball 2,33 Drama Club 23 Glee Club 23 Intramurals 1,2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Philomath Copy Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Track 132,3, Cap- tain 4, MVP. DAVID CLAYTON THOMAS: Hockey 1,2,33 Soccer 1,3. SUSAN THOMAS DAVID C. THOMES ENRICO A. TOGNACCI: Hockey 1. BRIAN E. TOLLE: A Capella 43 Band 43 Drama Club 3,43 German Club 33 Glee Club 43 Junior Achievement 33 Language Lab. Aide 1,21 Musical 3,43 Philomath 3, Senior Play 43 Tennis 1,23 Variety Show 334. RUTHANN TOMASSINI HOLLY LU TOMLINSON: Candy Sale 23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath Creative Arts Edi- tor 43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,43 Student Government 23 Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation Chairman 23 Publicity Committee for Junior Prom Co- Chairman 33 Election Committee 23 Boston Globe Scholastic Arts Awards Program, Blue Ribbon, Gold Key, 1. DAVID TOROSIAN PAULA JEAN TOSTI: Candy Sale 23 Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 43 Italian Club 33 National Honor Society 2,3343 Philomath 43 Ski Club 1,2,3: Ski Trip 2,33 Steering Comm. 1,2,33 Variety Show 3. KIMBERLY ANN TRUDEL: Y.E.S. Program 4. SUSAN MARIE TURNER: A Capella 1,2,43 Basketball 13 Christmas Project 43 French Club 13 Glee Club 1,2,43 Intramurals 13 Music Festival 1,2,4: Senior Play 43 Steering Comm. 13 Swimming 1. LAURA JENNY VALANZOLA: Candy Sale 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Music Festival 2,3,4: Spring Festival 33 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. LARS VOLDEN CYNTHIA WALKER HILARY WALKER: Candy Sale 23 Drama Club 23 French Club 13 Page 23 Ski Club 2,33 Spring Festival 33 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,4. W I Most Helpful Chuck Bartolini and Barbie Fiore 215 LAURA JENNY VALANZOLA: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Spring Festival 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. GREGORY WALL YVETTE DENISE WALKER: Basket- ball 15 Cheerleader 25 Fashion Show 4. PATRICIA ANN WALSH: Candy Sale 35 Homeroom Representative 1,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,45 Ski Club 1,2, Secretary 3,45 Ski Trip 35 Tennis 2,3. MICHAEL F.X. WARE: A Capella 3,45 Drama Club 3,45 Football 15 Glee Club 3,45 Intramurals 23 Musical 2,3,45 Music Festival 3,45 Senior Play 45 Track 1,25 Variety Show 35 Wrestling 1,2, Captain 35 Madrigal 3,4. NANCY ANN WAREING: Fashion Show 1,3,4. MAUREEN WARLICK DAVID MICHAEL WATERHOUSE: Christmas Project 3, Chairman 45 ln- tramurals 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Rep- resentative 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Merit Letter of Commendation 45 Science Quiz Team Captain 45 Ski Club 3,45 Steer- ing Comm. 1,2,3,45 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Exchange Editor 45 Art Edi- tor 25 Variety Show 2,3,4. JON WEBER BARBARA ANNE WELLINGTON: Candy Sale 25 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Intramurals 25 Page 1,25 Se- nior Play 45 Spring Festival 25 Steer- ing Comm. 2,3,45 Tennis 2,3,45 Vari- ety Show 45 Cerebral Palsy Telethon 4. LORI A. WERNER: Audio-Visual Aide 3,45 Christmas Project 45 French Club 1,25 National Honor Society 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Spring Festival 1,2,3,4. DONALD WHALEN MICHELLE ANNE WHITE WENDY BETH WIENER: Chorus 15 Glee Club 13 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 45 Spring Festival 3,45 Spring Track 45 Indoor Track Manager 45 Volleyball 3, MVP and 216 Allstar 45 Swim Team 25 Boston Globe Art Award, Gold Key and Blub Ribbon 1. EVAN L. WILDER: Band 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,35 French Club 1,2,35 German Club 1,2,35 Gymnas- tics 1,2,35 lntramurals1,2,35 Musical 1,2,3,45 Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Or- chestra 1, Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Ski Trip 2. DONNA J. WILKS: Candy Sales 35 Christmas Project 2,35 French Club 1,2,35 H.R. Rep. 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Philomath 2,35 Spring Festival 2,35 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL L. WILLIAMS: Hockey 1,25 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Soc- cer 1,2,3,45 Swimming 3,4. VONDA GAIL WILSON: Candy Sale 25 Library Aide 15 Spring Festival 1,2. JEANNINE A. WODKE: A Capella 45 Drama Club 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Spanish Club 1,3,45 Steering Comm. 1,2,3,45 Variety Show 4. STEVEN WOODS: Baseball 25 Bas- ketball 1,25 Chess Club 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Softball 35 Track 2,35 M.V.P. on Offense for Natick Game. PATTI JO WOODSU M BURKE WRIGHT: Glee Club 1,25 ln- tramurals 45 Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2. DAVID R. WYATT: Christmas Project 1,25 Golf 15 Ski Club 1,2,35 Ski Trip 253. MARIA E. ZAFFINO: Fashion Show 15 Italian Club 3. SUSAN ANN ZANELLA: Field Hoc- key 25 Variety Show 4. FRANK C. ZONTINI: Christmas Project 1,2,3.4. ff'-. QM. 1 Most School Spirited Kim Foster and Chris Cavalieri Most Musical Anne Downey and Adrian Graham AS A CLASS, WE HAVE SPENT: 1,814,440 hours in classes 144,000 hours in sports 1,056,720 hours doing homework 1,572,480 hours watching TV 4,630,080 hours sleeping 327,600 hours partying as freshmen, sophomores, and juniors 328,000 hours partying as seniors 4,292,400 hours eating Qllmaia will We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seventy Seven, being of relatively sound mind and body, do hereby declare this our Class Will. The Offical Class of '77 leaves the school: wall to wall plush carpeting, an outdoor country club, real plaster walls, grass for the courtyard, lockers that lock, windows that open, a roll of tissue paper and doors on each stall for every bathroom, a juke box for the caf and a S250,000,000 unpaid bill. To undergraduates the Class of '77 leaves: all our empty beer cans, gin, rum, vodka and whis- key which we've acquired over the years. a better place to hang out than Cape Cod. the smoking area "Cold Turkey." a fantastic basketball team and fifty cans of Arrid Extra-dry and four bottles of smelling salts for the locker room. a co-ed Varsity Cliff-Diving team. The Class of '77 leaves to the Administra- tion: to our teachers and advisors, especially Miss Colbath and Mr. Joyce - our sincerest gratitude for their patience and guidance. to Mrs. Anderson, we leave an award for "The Secre- tary who has Written Out the Most Tardy Slips." to Mr. Engvall, we leave the "Most Versatile Teacher" award. to Mr. McConarty, we leave a permanent smile and a pair of pj's with "Old Glory" on the back. to the librarians, we leave a class of mute freshmen. to Mrs. Cynamon, we leave a prerecorded "OUTl" to Mr. Zaido, we leave an analysis on Emerson, Lake and Palmer's "Brainsalad Surgery." to Mr. Sudmyer, we leave "The Best Dressed Teach- er" award. to Mr. McDevitt, we leave a "Kiss Me - l'm Irish" button. to Phil O. Math, we leave a case of jello gelatin. to Mrs. Restigini, we leave an economy size bottle of aspirin for the ailing-wailing students. to Dr. Meegan, we leave Dr. Frankenstein's top secret chemistry notes. to Miss Olano, we leave a book on HQw to Speak Chinese in Ilgirty-Qays. 218 to Mrs. Baldwin, we leave two complete volumes: igold-plated and unabridgedl Hamlet and Macbeth, with a picture of her beloved English Literature clas- ses. to Miss Jope, we leave a free trip to the jungles to Puerto Rico. to all home room teachers we leave students who will stand for the pledge of allegiance and observe a moment of silence. The Class of 1977 leave to each other: to Bill Nugent, we leave a million "Gerald Ford" campaign buttons and one "W.l.N." button. to Eric Robinson, we leave a coordinated outfit. to Eileen Henning, we leave a meeting with Barbra Streisand. to Billy Shufro, we leave a joke book and a lifetime supply of hats in rainbow colors. to Steve Shelman, we leave a personal computer dat- ing service. to Jimmy D'Angelo, we leave 2001 insults for all oc- casions. to Chip DelPrete and P.J. Savas, we leave a life size photo of Farrah-Fawcett Majors. to Lauren Potischman, we leave a lifetime supply of plastic straws. to Cav, we leave a Surfboard and a one-way trip to California. to some senior guys, we leave "YOU MOTHAl" to Beth E., we leave all the ice cream in the world. to Lisa Supeno, we leave a new monotone voice. to Drew Marloe, we leave skating lessons with Bobby Orr. to Jeff Lazar, we leave a girlfriend. to Jimmy DeMarco, we leave a shaving kit. to Dave Blatt, we leave a date with Wilt Chamberlain. to "Oakie" O'Connell we leave a critique on himself. to Jeannine Wodke, we leave a man. to Jeff Ballou, we leave a case of Pepsi-Cola. to Paul Sullivan, we leave a gold-plated lacrosse stick. to Joe Frey, we leave an accident proof car and wish him luck in the opening of his new driving school. Personal Period 1 Latin leaves to Miss Vancavage this poem: "Latin is a dead language As dead as dead can be First it killed the Romans And now it's killing me!" Frank's period 1 and 4 A.P. English classes leave to him a whaling ship, a new desk lamp and a Richard Burton record of Macbeth. L.C. leaves F.J. more gray hair. Wiz B. weaves Jodi B. fwee speech wessons fwom Ba-Ba Wa-Wa. Mr. Palano's period 2 calculus class leaves him a copy of Let's Speak English. Lynne leaves Mr. Gaucher a free lunch lpeanut butter and jellyl from the school caf. Sister Lu leaves Mr. Pimes all her prayer books. Julie leaves Neal one ticket to a Pink Floyd concert so he won't have to lie. Feig leaves Jeri S25 worth. Accounting leaves Mr. Murphy a class who can get "8O or betta!" Mrs. Lazewatsky's period 4 English class leaves her free lessons on how to hex radiators. Dull Roger leaves Dull Deb an extra set of car keys. Liz Jordan leaves a new kit of first aid supplies to replenish all those she was routinely in need of. L.A. leaves Neal a comb. Beth leaves Gary a key to the cellar door. T.O. leaves an egg to Lee Filipe. L.B. leaves Debbie Jacobs a pothole and a spare tire. Mrs. Mack's period 7 French class leaves her a Bourgeois Gentilhomme. I leave my uncanny ability to do Physics - A. Nonymous. L.C. leaves Mrs. McGuire a huge African Violet that can't be destroyed. Botany period 5 leaves Mr. Tlsdell with a remote con- trol door opener to A6. E.R. leaves Ellen G. a new tutu to pursue her illustri- ous ballet career. W.S. A.C. L.C. L.S. leaves Frank a life time supply of bubble bath. L.C. leaves Mr. Hamilton a phone call in a snow storm. Two paranoid friends leave Mr. Craig a third ear so that he'll be completely prepared to hear all that they have to say. Language Review period 2 first semester leaves Miss Rio with the hope of making it M. Julie and Ellen leave Liz B. a one-way ticket to New York. Liz B. and Ellen leave Julie a one-way ticket to Windsor Locks. Julie and Liz B. leave Ellen a S1000 gift certificate in Herman's so she can visit more often. Mr. Minnichelli's period 6 math class leave him up- chuck notes. Lynn leaves Miss Rio a date with one of the seven dwarfs. Chuckie leaves Mr. Pappas alone. Lu leaves Lorenzo a jar of dippity-do. The field hockey team leaves Sue-Ellen and Arnie a manual on how to change a tire. Barbie and Sue leave the goodies in their closet to Joanne and Chris. Lynn leaves Chris lotsa luck in Arizona. E.R. leaves W.S. an R.S. doll to cuddle by on those lonely nights. L.C. leaves Miss Schomer a smile and a big thanks! David Blatt leaves all his thanks to the Senior Class. L.E. leaves all her "Barbie" dolls to Ken. D.B. leaves his basketball and his homework. I leave Mr. Jachowicz 50a for every football game I didn't pay to get into - Anonymous. The Seniors leave their brothers and sisters to carry on their tradition. 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