Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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i 'T Y Pj , ,,. , , , R CII? M95 15 TWH 'g " FVGNVA Q,-,,,7771M. Paul' MQQMUNCHE 1.1.1 mm 1 QW' 'i"'..1 QQ? EQ SMOKING FXREH 6 Halloween Bash? .'C5bon9okl12ns 5 'r 80 F9 L! 5' Lg S J . Gm Gellgqgli 'Al fREPPED'0U QWJE ' BONES .. Mare f5mb...CIaSSoFBO! ...EDRIFFIN 514752 XR- T gffm ' kg IJCXRECJ Wm I5 he :lg FRAMINGHAM PUBUC UBRARY me 67447 1209 Ween.. Loon rv? of pragu- V' r- -n S-31N55v?5 SE'3EiZ G3 UMMER.. FS "...!L.- m Nmmm? wlcligdf S X A926561 gg QI?-oilios S Q ff X -Ii X EBM awrute A Qi QE hockeg Q 0 8? ,, QQHDA Q diagggbgsa 5 PHWYINQQQ glriev 8 puezwefv 05531 525 3595? MIEERT j........... Philomath 1980 Photographs and Memories All that I have are these To remember you Framingham South High School Framingham, Massachusetts 6 faq QWQINIUEIUOK- PRODUCED Qyam Oak 'JQXX QQPIOIIE OUQ EKC1-p5IUE77HE4A?? N' 11020 QQSAQLAUSINE55 A 57J9q,0 Pll game YOU wiq, Fwuflflq 31PSO2i25I,eARr3ouc AT MW 03:1 ,V IX 1- rie 41:15 'CW bins QJHIUHTAK-5.251 70710-lg womb wb . 'ff-H fy Wx Q IV .,, io J 'I- PHILOMA TH STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Karen Potisch man ASSISTANT EDITOR Marsha Silverberg EDITORS ACTIVITIESICLUBS: Barbara Chait, Lori Rosenblatt BUSINESSIADVERTISING: Amy Paris, Dani Raphael CREATIVE ARTS: Jennifer Porter FEATURE CARTOONIST: Paul Gordon FACULTYIADMINISTRATION: Sohaila Abdulali PHOTOGRAPHERS: Cliff Denker, Katie Phipps STAFF: Robin Decina, Michael Ferragamo, Paul Joseph, Sheryl Horlick, Mark Mallon, Dustin Hassard SENIOR SECTION: Susan Seltzer SENIOR PHOTO COORDINATOR: Lori Moy SPORTS: Andrew S. Gordon, Rebecca Smith UNDERCLASS: Lisa Corsini GENERAL STAFF Ina Bachman, Michele Cooperman, Steven Cooperman, Mike Clinton, Vanessa Dyer, Peppy Farese, Denise Ferraro, Suellen Garner, Lisa Flynn, Stefany Holder, Julie Isen, Danette Mersky, Debbie Nixon, Leslie Sales, David Strachman, Monica Sullivan, Blaise Tersoni, Amy Tucker ADVISORS PHILOMATH ADVISOR: Mr. Richard Engvall BUSINESS ADVISOR: Mr. Paul Zaido COVER 8- DIVIDERS: Lisa Corsini ENDSHEETS: Karen Potischman ! 0 60 FACULTY UNDER LASS SPOR .1 p.lI 3 1 Q V 'M 10' 5 Q p.ll5 ' ' S P' , QM! ,ah 4 -. ' iA "?1'i g,Q T? Y 'ii L1 A 4,1 ' I- I X Ev Xf f 1 HL Lfziiii 7 'Q H T S p. I 47 pl8 IN SINCERE APPRECIATION . . i . x -nr., A I To Mr. Robert Flaherty - Administrator: It must have been a difficult job for you to come to us as our new administrator for senior year. However, we soon discovered your great enthusiasm for our class and your patience in guiding us. We greatly appreciate all your help and understanding during our important final year of high school. You have had a great influence on all of us. Thank you, The Class of 1980 ggi 'I .g y .l . A 4 To Mr. Alfred Badger - Administrator: We came to you in 1976 as a group of bewildered Freshman. You guided us through three eventful years, teaching us cooperation and mutual respect. We were sorry to see you leave us at the end of our junior year, but we have never forgotten your under- standing and leadership. Thank you, The Class of 1980 'R f l . -- Vx he .ag A ,. C' xX:.,5lN To Mrs. Phyllis Semple - Secretary: We can never thank you enough for all of the love and under- standing you have shown us throughout the past four years. You have cared for each and every one of us as your own. We really appreciate your help and special interest in our class. Thank you, The Class of 1980 w ,LI 1 wg 5 :TQ t1..,, V si Y, W. V 5. Q .i -' nip , , -S 5, W . r-NY 1 N. N X'q: .Q-N' inks KN Xml in ll. L , 5 -. gf X., -A : , if al 3 fi V F? , , . ' yt '- . I V? if XM 3 Y , .. . 4 5 'ia A.. N t,-141 -fren- ,X he A , X '11 - v f . .M-5'. l ' ' . 7 'y,,., .Ai "AT .av f a i-i if 'T li-v ' 9, I To Mrs. Linda Paul- Advisor: Without you, our class would never have been so suc- cessful and enthusiastic. You have worked closely with us on each project and helped us in every way possible. You gained our respect as an advisor as well as our love as a friend. We will always remember your concern and out- standing ability to organize us. You have made a lasting impression on our whole class. Thank you, The Class of 1980 F1 51 -.,1 .pf .u ' x O 'iii' 341 QL 'A DOMESTIC NEWS NUCLEAR DISASTER HITS PA. WHAT GOES UP, MUST COME NO NUKES SUPPORTERS GATHER IN NEW YORK Y---M L V. , , ,A .a,-,- ,.,f,H44..f-JV, ,- .. -I ,., W- ,V , LY. , ll? .KEQ in . ,1.VV M - W I s .. ' -i'.'2'zAf" ,w fi? ""A"21'5iM'p, I f I 9' M-A 5' T f " peas? "i34g'tYP . K 412: 4 -, I., 'S .3k , I. pjv Vx' 1 W, . - ' .I I -r ' H- . 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Odmimi ST fcfriowodm 1m3ImT To 3Cldm3m5T fc1IioriQdm'u fwIsIrqIiQn admIg1l8 Irwhon UCIDWIVIIST fmcmonadm Rm STVQTICI mdrmrw IST VQIIGVNQCIM in I SI mmm 'fu I-V2 PAULINE GAMBONE X if N. , NK ,af DR. ALBERT BENSON PETER MCCONARTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS PRINCIPAL cu- '.9" I ox N-n , . f- M3. , I . 49 NORMA DESPIETRI JEAN ROUSSEAU PRINCIPAL'S SECRETARY PRINCIPAL'S SECRETARY ,mm "' ,X X X '. , ' ..,, I "1 ,' 4 'f'. . ' --P' s I' x "' ROBERT FLAHERTY PHYLLIS SEMPLE MAIN OFFICE SECRETARY GRADE 12 ADMINISTRATOR GRADE 12 SECRETARY lf--. fkkx s' " ,1 TU! 'UQ' KITTY SERIAC HERBERT WAUGH A GRADE 11 SECRETARY GRADE 10 ADMINISTRATOR :mil KAY WARD GRADE 10 SECRETARY JAQUELINE DIGGS GRADE 9 ADMINISTRATOR JOHN JOYCE GRADE 11 ADMINISTRATOR - A f f O I W--f' IIIIIIII ff It III 1f""' f I I R00 f . . H yy I , ? T f , IIIWI If 'I 'wh gf b 9 , ' Cf!!! 'I , - I 'I , I - 'H X N.,-Na ' , .I 3 A , , 12 , Dfw ,ffwwfm . ff I I 'T ,.l 5, I H1101 ni to n 'n.oz".1 4 - ,iv Q4 0 ,Y- q.n'!p .1-QL.. 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X A r ' Ll alla K+- - X gl La L. ,L L L , Q ,F 5 15 ft 311111 CAROLYN LEVENS ELAINE SATLACK FLORENCE MACK AFRACELI OLANO Y 'ii' lyviw ,gf-5' CHRISTOPHER GARRAHAN PAUL ZAIDO NOEL ZINKIEVICH DOROTHY JANDA DEPARTMENT HEAD 'R' 4 O lt ,I ' 1 Clic: r::Z1'3 C30DU P TI' L'?GO1fAe5b2o,f I 5 f Ellen M Stonewall Ifagkggn .,,,!'EIf50irf9I p ?'g?iQ'3 IwIoT21iW'5'3'f's2'I8 ' QT2II'03ECS,cS DIIQoIj5?Qo 5og7,9 Qfwm v Q : Q, I 'E ,egasf tj J NVE X Q 9-'N 'lb'-A N. I --f-fu I I ' A' - f HA, 'x V :Ag B:-' ' ,BX ' 1 I- f 'I ft' . 'TT' 111 ,'6' Pr- Z I I 10 . 'I ,fi VICTOR RAM GERARD KELLY VINCENT TRINCIA RONALD SUDMEYER 'Fix 1.9 JOHN HESTER CATHERINE WALKER f-- Fa .' ' 5, 3 Q1 J lflf f 'FE JAMES CAREY JACK DIATELEVI 3 Q, ,Q V'--f-Q JAMES STRONG DANA ROBBINS ' X 'K g'1".'f X V H xii? ' fu ,if-fri.-'ban' fuiih. 1 .- ,Q f' A' " '11-T . - -V --'-rx.: .. -- vc -'11, 14155: -IR" 1 Nix E ? Q '15 0 lu. TT7.f.,,5 4 4305! km 015 'www 'f x E :IT N lui ff f if A 8 BETSY WIGGINS CATHY LIGHTBODY SUPERVISOR HEAD TEACHER In 9 ,x i 28 e Oc . Aa- Vi,s , si, b MARIE BARRETT MARY DRISCOLL ELLEN MAKYNEN if Q 45 rn 1:- GUS LUPARELLI FRANK VISCARDI EDWARD CHAMPLIN GEORGE KRIKORIAN SUPERVISOR HEAD TEACHER .Lx lndurgwal J' . : ,f .AQ x-xp EDWARD KRENCISZ DONALD SCOBIE RONALD ALVES JOHN HANNON OO KCI .s..I. 'T i V- , W-, 3 QI .I . 'Q I usic QPU?" .f-.""'RI fg UNE fr sf- Is. ' ,I fav af ' , Q! S - S , A3 'ZH 1 , I JOSEPH ONESCHUK NEAL COTTON SUPERVISOR OF MUSIC SUPERVISOR OF ART WI! NJ 4 ' . J 5 will fi- .U-7 ffl' MATI RITVAL JOHN GROVES LAYNE LOSPINOSO ROBERT JACHOWICZ HEAD ART TEACHER '93 GEORGE PEFZFIONE SALVATORE FAZIO I ff A f -,.,-,-I I A t Wax . wr ....., .W -1 .o' "iQ, ' Axim: 39' sf 5 Q.. .4 ...KN - "1 1 , ff fw 1 ' f X ,WN ,. gn- 'b 1 , ' S. " 'Q L- 0. - I 1 ,I , Q Q df. Q 1 .I . ' 4' - f ' . S ., A' i I A . W , 1 , x0 x - 1 6 . I x by . MARY MCDERMOTT SHEILA TOMPKINS SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION 1 'I I ,L I fu V' I I I R2 S I 1 I , IS If 2 ' 2 . ,M N wg ,-., XI f ' I ' f I5 If I-I 'Jw' Q . I Qt J X A S I 1 MARYBETH GUILD MARY BRADLEY SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION i' V I1 32 Y ' P-r ', ' N i, 4,1 4 -. ' T" 'TTL V, fi. 2 ' f N ,, 5 ,rp 0 ,J fbias :WAY 4- 1 Q Gfvdq .- 'N I' , J'-?,' ' , I I XT , I 1 I I. .' 'fr K . ' . I ANNE LAMB MARCY LOWENSTEIN DANIEL MACDONALD SPECIAL EDUCATION SOCIAL WORKER CRISIS COUNSELOR ,.I I A .A 4 ,- I MAC 55 ,.-v BARBARA SMITH CAREER CENTER AIDE ' PQ' if !!"' BARBARA FORD LINDA HAVEL MARY HURLEY LIBRARIAN LIBRARY AIDE LIBRARY AIDE 'WS' ,. 4 , RR 'I' I -ff IQ. I ' X .x A I I I , I F I , '21 X-4 Ti IX 'ff Je FRANCIS GALVANI ffm' I' ATHLETIC DIRECTOR k 'Q , 7' ,- ff 9. W iw I, ,rl-"""s. usvf EVELYN FUDGE GENEVERE MOYNIHAN MARIE MCALLISTER MEDICAL HEAD NURSE MEDICAL SECRETARY 1 2 I s ,L -r A i , , 1 .. X . Q-an Q-g,"s 6 I ' , I . r 1' u I . F ' ' V 'a. , if-wx TERRENCE MCCARTHY AUDIO-VISUAL DIRECTOR AW- v I I 4 X QV E i us , . f 1 1 A if AX :Fi cg. , ,xg , X f"' X ex 'X V2 A? ,E is ,L N A rw we . l , Q L .Q:1fQ"'- Q4 ' . mfg' . 2fzE.3f?7'?5aiE A . M5 M , ig. L f L , .A,. "TK :I Y4V'..,i,,gA-5:':ln xv i 5, 3 'f.ff..fwf2'fw,g5.', V W EUGENE MCCARTHY WORK-STUDY DIRECTOR 5 . is A. z fr . 'T s ,. V H fy 2' 1. 5 i ' n Tx- ,. 111"l' I I E f 5 , U f Z W-ab V 1 + S A J- ,. F 1 1 ff . 79 N V in K 8, im 1 ,Ar , 0 I. 1 D IX 35 N X its-S X I fi "' x Y . Q 'M ff 1 J 4'5" VXA? 2.5 IL.A .a1ml1 !f4.:sunw'-313 Q 9 if' f" ,. !' -Qgff-W ., 1f sg If li 32.1 .,... W F, .I K f I I- E I ,. F Il 'v 5, .. I 4 1 K, N. DO YOU -- REMEMBER . -I the Cotillion Flower Day drivers ed. "Oliverl' ski trips the variety shows New Years Eve finals the Halloween arrests school spirit beach days making up gym classes the Prom schedule conflicts SMARC parties filling out college applications the donkey basketball game school lunches when the drinking age went up P.F. and the Flyers the Halloween bash your locker combination "Do you have a pass?" school dances the plays and musicals selling candy getting kicked out of the library the rally your friends ins-r"l py- l l "EH ' E E I , N R ' X 1. ' -EWWW-975i fri 5 f X . , yi FM. , ibut, jf fr - 1: 2 :Qu ' 4 h L - is l. .T 4 Q fs-f B U25 ff ' " ' " 1 L. E, 3 .., V A, ' . -pf " . , iw' -.9 M, rt rw . v 4- 1 kr i A -,- my 'I Y S, . i .'r V -yin' viii Y IL. . 1 A, D, Q I' I 1 ,Atv a 4 , ,.,.i 1 -, ' . ar, 1 'Q ' " xx' , A EE' -- CLASS OF 80 V.l.P.'S ar" .wi . fixing'-V-.,?V . E - uh hw-+---' nn I I I -I I CHRISTINE HARRINGTON BLAISE TERSONI PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SALLY DEGOZZALDI SECRETARY DIANNA RYNKIEWICZ TREASURER MRS. LINDA PAUL ADVISOR 39 .Q- T377 SOHAILA ABDULALI And l . . . l took the road less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Vx 'x I ALMOR AFONSO We triumph without glory when we conquer without danger. Cape '79 . . . soccer '78-79 . . . Cathy . . . a leader . . . hard worker . . . a true friend . . . never at a loss for words . . . Eagles '79. . ."the goose". AI. fi" jg il! MICHAEL C. ABLONDI Many dreams come true, some have silver linings, l live for my dreams and a pocket full of gold. Bash '79. . .all-nighter .. . .The Brothers. . .Live free ordie. . . Mike. Fl F""ae BRIAN JOHN ABT Don't disregard your friends, but life gets hard when you reach the final end. Oompas . . . 80 Bash . . . Cape ...NH...skitrips...kegs . . .L.H.. . .Crazy Bri. . .Bribo ...Bri. No applause, just throw money. Qi? LISA JILL ADLER Always take the time to say what's in your heart. School pianist . . . musical . . . friendly . . . enthusiastic . . bubbly. . .cheerful. . .fun. . . individual . . . involved . . "What a bummerl". . . Lis. J, MARY ESTELLE AHEARN Even an ordinary horse can be outstanding in its own field. Lin-der. . . 318. . .track. .. cad chinese style . . . locker buddies . . .smiles . . . H.R. ruckus . . . ski trips . . . Wally's . . . Brewskies. . .2l14l79. . . cute. CAROL A. AKILLIAN EBEREGBULAM U. DOROTHY AMARAL The years ahead are up to you, for AMAECHI This above all: To thine own self you are the leaders of the future. lf l cannot do great things, l can be true. Caring . . helpful . . . warm do small ones in great ways. 1979. . .The Spot. . .Prom '79 friendly. Soccer '78-'79 . . . track . . . , . . H.Fl. BSO. . . "People come 40 Francesca. . . Ebe. and go so quickly here" . . . al- ways smiling . . .flirtatious . . . Dot. .11 gtg.. BETH B. ANDERSON Your success and happiness lie in you . . . Resolve to be happy, and your joy and you shall form an in- vincible host against difficulties. B.A.D.S .... "B" . . . lacrosse . . . Don't let it bring you down! is P? v Lx 1 , x NX I Ivxs! - DINA L. ANDERSON Do not follow where the path may lead. Instead, go where there is no path and leave a trail. Iliinois . . . summer of 78 . . . snow. . .alrighti - .- DEBRA LYNNE ARONSON The past should be treasured while the future should be sought. SMARC '78 . . . hit the 9's . . . BB, PB, PW, JP, VZ, MB, CS. . . it's a JC! . . .Jeff . . . summer '79 . . . concerned . . . ambiti- ous . , . Deb. Im -els, . 2 n - 4 J :n K g , ARIANNA ATTORRESE I hope I leave you with the desire to look for meg and when you find me, may you have the desire to look for me again. Full of life. . .cheerful . . .field hockey . . . outgoing . . . warm . . .true. . .Arianna. DARIA LEE ANES Memories are pauses of time which link to thoughts of what was. Red Sox. . .energetic . . .witty . . . open-minded . . . Barry M. and Billy Joel . . .smart . . . unique . . . ambitious . . . B30 . . .writing. . .cIassy. ,QL W IBA . -at ' at X DAVID ANTOBENEDETTO School's out forever. Anto. Hide! The cops are coming! C.""'T" HOPE R. AVERGON Kiss today goodbye and point me toward tomorrow. H.A.T.S .... swim team . . . Prom '79 . . . music . . .where- ver we go, we're gonna go through it together. . .JuI. , , ' VA .. . .ia N '.,"'x3" N1 ff' if-4 . ff" .-Jiri -5 a 'ti ist-Q., I ox . Q.. xv. .Y DAVID A. AYKANIAN I shall leave you in the lap of the Gods. Friendly . . . honest . . . indus- trious . . . photography . . .ski- ing. . .rock 'n roll. . . Dave. ROBERT J. ARMITAGE III Ridin' that train . . . "Howdy" . . . the Y and getting high. . .Swain. . .Wendy. .. "oh those buns" . . . Mr. Champlin . . . Newton, f? . N. .,.., -' KIMBERLY M. ARTHUR lf one seeks happiness, let him forget happines and ask for love . . . and he will find both. Kim. 'f ' I ,.-JYH? wfi bgqgqff:-3 -. Y if I .J 1 L I. . 1 . I ' . a AL., NELSON AYUSO 41 ' 5 X is RUTH AZOU LAY Sometimes l wish l were a child again, skinned knees are easier to mend than broken dreams. Talkative . . . laughable . . . Is- rael '79 . . . soap nut . . .ski trips '78, 79. . .DC dreamer '78 . . .mouth. 29 Qu. 531 INA R. BACHMAN I am not afraid of tomorrow, for l have seen yesterday and l love today. Creative . . . calm . . . sensitive ...summer '79. . . Levis. .. Ina. I l' ll X CHRISTOPHER C. BAGLEY Long you live and high you fly, smiles you give and tears you cry, all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be. Friendly. . .always Smiling. . . canoe trips . . . Brophy . . Maureen. . . 79. . .Chris fig A RUSSELL ALAN BAKER The door to success is heavy and hard to push. The future arrives before we expect, but is seldom what we expect. Wrestling . . . "you bet" . . . Lemans. . .electronics . . . Hot dog . . .Rusty. BEVERLY A. BACON July 20, 1978. . . September 15, 1978. . .Marty. . .cooking. . . sewing. . .children. . .shy. . . carefree . . . sensitive . . . What are you, sick?. . . Bev. v' W- 'E'- CHRISTOPHER PETER BALLAS To enjoy life one must use his or her imagaination whenever pos- sible, for every thought is a dream. Carefree. . .easygoing. . .golf . . . concerts '78, '79 . . . Chip. I x -lu., NEWS FLASH: Drinking Age Lowered to 17 .uf 'N I I N J. KEVIN BAER The stage is set, the destiny dis- closed. We cannot turn back, We can only go forward. Expressive . . . competitive . . . versatile . . . BU-FU's . . "Yowser!". . .Teddy, Sugar. . . Kev. VN MICHELL J. BALNIFORTH Speak only kind words, and be assured kind replies. Creative. . .Caring . . ."Got the stuff?" . . . imaginative . . . "BAG". . .artlstic. . .Bitty. .Y - Cn. if. ' 'x 'su-.5 X A WANDA LEE BANNOCK People will come, and people will go, but your good friends will last forever. Outgoing . . . carefree . . . lives for today. . .one of a kind . . . summer '79 . . . Yes '78 . . .RM . . .DM. . .Alex's sidekick. . . Wanda. fif' ld." I 4 f 'I - Q , g ' . 'ww 1 W-I ,G . N' , - X K rn- X U .f x ' r ,gg 1 E. ' l . . f I I 11' X DAVID A. BARBADORA Never mad or making a fuss, "Dave" rates tops with all of us, Outgoing . . .friendly . . . hard worker. . .honest. . .shy. . . Bermuda '79 . . . Prom '79 . . . Bubs. .x 1" , X .- Ai: STEPHEN JOSEPH BARTELL Storm the master marathon, l'll fly through by flash and thunder- fire and l'll survive. Then l'll defy the laws of nature and come out alive. Party...Zappa...toga... Queen '77 . . . Dead Heads "80" . . . Grand Wazoo. RONALD BARNES Quiet. . ,shy. . .soft-spoken. SCOTT R. BARR We know what we are, but know not what we may be. . . Soccer '79. . .concerts . . .ski- ing , . . high-spirited . . . talka- tive . . . outgoing . . . deter- mined . . .lazy summer of '79. KEVIN J. BARRY Few people have courage enough to appear as good as they really are. Competitive . . . bu-fu's . . confident . . . optimistic . . b-ball. . .Chorch. DIANNE BEAL 19' vu Y " ' gl RICHARD W. BECKER Make the best of lifep don't let life make the best of you. Outgoing . . . athletic . . . friendly . . . Ocean City NJ . . . VW. . .the beach. . .Aug 7, '79 . . .summers. . .Beck. L f I ti Introductory Class in Coordination film' s. MARIA MARTHA BERGIN Don't be sad because your sun is downg don't be sad because your day is doneg keep your mind on tomorrow and carry on. Always smiling . . . sweet . . . high-spirited . . . outgoing . . Cape '79 . . . Springsteen . . Maria. X X, r . X x I JAMES EDWARD BERNHARD All l want in this life of mine is some good clean fun: all I want in this life and times is some hit and run, The only rule for all you do is just don't hurt no one, The Boneman. -13 'Tu on an ff Isn't school a ORLY BERRY AFS Student from Israel . . . in- telligent . . . loves debating . . . a helpful friend . . . Orly. rfb NATHAN BLANCHARD 111 7... 'fee ' 1- Q 5 ROBERT BERNHARD Ignorance is the mother of vio- lence and evil. "Boneman" . . . Little Feat '77 . . .Queen '77, . .Genesis. . . Grateful Dead LNP . . . B's . . . Pea . . . Electric 4 tube Gemini , -Q, " 'W . . .cid. . .ski trip. . ffff' " ' riot? ff' ERIC R. BIKERNIEKS Experience is being able to rec- ognize your mistakes the second time you make them. Never gives up . . .hard working . . . uses force only when neces- sary. . .Biks. ' 'Ara' -is 1 U' B .I N ' I i ANDREW LOUIS BLOCH The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysteriousg for answers to the mysterious are what we seek in lite. Skiing. . . running . . .Andy. .7 "- Asff . JACQUELINE A. BIRCHLER We would see no beautiful rain- bows, if now and then a few rain- drops didn't fall. Quiet times . . .Tony. . '73, F' . ' .l JW T 1 , ,xi "sr f - ijxv . 1' ur , JEFFREY A. BLOOMINGDALE Enjoy the pleasures of lite be- cause pleasure is like life insur- ance: The older you get, the more it costs. -62,-xr' MAUREEN A. BERRY l hurry through my life never stopping to see how beautiful it was meant to be. Summer '79 . . . Styx '79 . . New Hampshire. . .friendly. . skiing . . . Comes Alive . . Maureen. I A , ! 1 T 0 U ' ' Mx. fi if THOMAS BLACQUIER Nobody knows the age of the human race, but all agree that it is old enough to know better. Straightforward . . . lacrosse. . 1, I JEFFREY A. BOBER There is a time and a place for ev- erythingg this is the place and we'll make some time. Blonde . . . active . . . bu-fu's . . . 4c's . . . soccer? . . . golf flags . . . basketball . . . Bobes ...Bo...BoBo...theAl- bino. Q. Yes, Linda, our House is a very. very. very fine HOUSG. 'YUM DEBORAH L. BRADFORD Life is what you make it so live it up. John . . . Rhode Island . . . C7 . . . B3. . .casual . . .friendly . . .always smiling . . . Deb "8O". BARBARA JANE BUSHEE If we take a little time and we leave it all behind and we sing one more song. Summer '77-'78 . . . Serg . . . LC, BJ, JP, DA, VZ, CS, HP . . . 9l22l79 . . . Vamos! . . . FUH LT... prom '79... Wingsl?! . . .99. . .10-13. .. Busch. fUS it J LISA ANN BRANDOLINI To love is to place the happiness ol love in others. So be happy! Cheerleading '78-'79 . . . Cape Cod '79 . . . candy sale . . memories of Florida. . . Bethany '78-'79 . . . lives for today . . searching . . . free . . . LZ, TB ME, JB, BB SK,. . . Brandy. , "' V mix 122, Y 1 I I ' A .72 5' , I 3 . ' ,, i W, -V' if ,gf ,I i at 4 VT. W, S., XR . As 1 f . .ff 5 . ix ADELINO J. BORGES Live in such a way as, when you come to die, you wished to have lived. Determined . . .aggressive . . . straightforward . . . soccer cap- tain. . .all star, MVP. . . Lino. 'K'T'-"'-v - J PAULA JEAN BORGHI Life is an endless process of self-discovery. Make the most of yourself, for that is all there is of you. Maine. . .ski trips. . .298. . . John . . . memories of summer . . .creative. . J'The Girls". . . Paula. .Z r' , -Te . ' I ty"-t .Lf .ff V' . VW ' K. X, ., L4 X KEITH D. BROSNAHAN And the people who hide them- selves behind a wall of illusion never glimpse the truth, then it's far too late - they just pass away. Conservative . . . serious . . . Beatles. .f y N...f 1 x l BRENDA LYNN BUSHEY Love does not consist in gazing at each other but in looking out in the same direction. Direct . . . never at a loss for words . . . boy-crazy . . . a true friend. . .S.M.. . .L.B.. . .D.C. . . .J.S.. . .Gabby gf TINA MARIE BUSHEY Love is the people around you the love in their eyes . . . the warmth in their hearts. . . .Friendly . . . shy . . . easy- going . . .good-natured. KATHLEEN A. BROWN lt's not that l talk too much, it's that life inside me has so much to say! Canada . . . weekends . . . friendly . . . never at a loss for words. . .easy-going . . .full of life . . .summer '79 . . . Kilo- Basa. . . Brownie. . .KB, '- -4 Qi- 1 4 BRIAN F. BUTLER Yesterday is not ours to recover. but tomqrrow is Ours to win or to lose. Determined . . . confident . . ambitious. . .Brian 45 1 X ' fl JOANNE P. BYRNE You have no reason to fear the great mystery that is life . . . for you hold its secret deep within your heart. Always looking for new horizons . . . swimming . . . Texas "8O" ...Jo. BRIAN P. CAIRNEY A man is what he is, not what he was. Athletic . . . friendly . . . com- petitive . . . The Dike . . . base- ball No. 11 . . .Carn. if 'i JANINE CALLAHAN A sorrow shared is half a trouble, a joy that is shared is a joy made double. Sensitive. . .shy. . .emotional ...Mar. . .Tina. . .Bron. .. Paul. . .Jan. IW' UN MICHAEL CANNISTRARO Be what you are, for there is no better virtue than being yourself. Concerts. . . NH . . . keggers . . . 80 Bash . . . box seats, RI ...The Bubble. . . Kinks.. Zep . . . Bud . . . baseball . . Strarri. MARY L. CAM PO Try to make life like a walk on the beachg as close to the edge as you can go. Crazy...Maine...298... N.E .... ski trip . . . V.B. . . . spaced. . .D.D.'s. . .TuIsa. . . 570. . . Mary. li- DEBRA ANN CAPOBIANCO You just call out my name, and you know wherever I am, l'll come running to see you again! Kim...Mic...TS...JM2 ...Jay . . . Vic! . . . 8-15-79 ...Summer'79...GTC... RR. . . concerts . . .ski trip '80 xl . . .Capo. l , foggy: , if. '-. ' . ll Iwffl, ,r 4' Q ' if "T" 9' -' G1 l lil . . 1 - . yi 'Y' ' '- ' " i if l l iw T ' I THOMAS CARLSON JEFFREY T. CARNEY i Put your head on my shoulder. , . 46 Every age has its pleasures, its style of life, and its style of wit. Easy-going. . .competitive. . . witty . . .optimistic . . .Orleans . . . C.C .... "P" . . .Allman Bros. . . .Jeff. . iiifjf ,?'?' . f -' is lr , ELISE ANNE CARPENTER There never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do . . . once you find them. Diving . . . creative . . .friendly . . .versatile. . . Prom '79. . . J. Geils weekend . . . The Cape '79, DARIA CASINELLI From the cowardice that shrinks from new truth, from the laziness that is content with half-truths, from the arrogance that thinks it knows all truth, oh God of truth deliver us. Drama. 7'F1w'f"' 'iiY'J"K? ,, A . , ,. f A Z. , v ,iz A - -,1,'5.'l' . f . ,sling DAVID S. CHAIKEN An investment in knowledge pays the best interest, Enjoys swimming, parties, and good tunes and no disco . . .de- dicated . . . competitive . . . Chake. -.I 6 1' I! 79 I '1 ' asv ! 1' I Q ' JAMES C. CARROLL There's a time to live and a time to work but l'm stuck with work and having a little fun. Athletic . . .quiet . . . agressive . . .competitive. . .strong. JAMES P. CAULFIELD Live while you live, and seize the pleasures of the present day. Easy-going . . . unique . . . de- dicated . . . FISG . . . The Cars ...TheDike...skitrip... summer "79" . . . Field . . . "56". 'vu ,MQ L g.,-d xl BARBARA BETH CHAIT Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his lite for his friends. Artistic . . . soccer '79 . . . Bos- ton '78 . . . Doobies '79 . . . al- ways laughing . . .cheerful . . . B., B., B., . . . Barb. . V is W, 1 ,We ,,. f SHEILA MARIE CARROLL Plans are made for yesterday, dreams are for tomorrow. Hey Babe, take a walk on the WILD side! . . . Boston City Hall . . . Geils "78" . . . KC Chinese food...FSC...SSS8tK... whiplash. . . PDC. . . Mic . . SC. 'if tif: 14" I' JOANNE CASEY There are two paths you can go by but in the long run there is still time to change the road you're on, . .ff 4. gm 1 1 -,., api' v--43 .5 HR No, Marci- not in the library!! -17 s T' 4 ',f'Txx .,!N,193QP?.Q .e'7ExJgf -. . CYNTHIA C. CHAPIN Life is only worth living if you find happiness in everything you do. C.R.V.P .... laugh much! . . . Mac's friends . . . adventurous . . . Maine R.E.F .... the best! . . .ambitious. . .D.A.. . .Live, Love, Laugh. . . Cindy. I .5 VIRGINIA L. CLARK Happy are those who dream their dreams and are willing to pay the price to make them come true. Outgoing . . . determined . . . crazy . . . VB . . . Summer '79 ...Gino. . .HN. . .D.D.'s. ,. Tulsa W. . .Sofa . . Ginny. . AW .5 I I ROBERT J. CLINTON JR. Experience is the name that everyone gives to their mistakes. Outgoing soccer . . . la- crosse .tourney-bound. A13 I I ROBERT CHOUINARD A thousand pictures can be drawn from one word, only who is the artist? We gotta agree, a thousand miles can lead so many ways. Enjoys concerts, the outdoors . . . a future in pharmacy . . . Bob. VALORI W. CLARKE lf you love something, set it free. lf it comes back to you, it is yours. If it doesn't, it never was. I am my own person . . . happy . . . easy-going . . . Hopkinton . . .Cape Cod . . .Summer '79. ag ,Ja -. - gf Z? K. ,- AW ,., ALLEN R. COHEN lt matters not how long we live. but how, Casual. . .lunny. , .tennis . , friendly. . ,Lori. LINDA JEAN CHRISTIAN I used to build these buildings, l used to walk next to you. Their shadows tore us apart and now we do what we do. N.Y. . . . V. Bong team practices . . . St. Croix . . . party up - party high . . . Dawn 4l15. . . rather be dive'n . . .SDR8.R. Cf, - 125 ' Q, .. - . 1 ff 1.1 f JEFFREY A. CLIFFORD We can walk our road together, if our goals are all the same. We can run alone and free, if we pursue a different thing. Skiing . . , lacrosse . . .Jeff QV ir 1 .- 14 .f I . AMY MICHELE CLARK Nothing in life that is worthy is ever too hard to achieve if you have courage to try and faith to believe. USY Int'I '78 . . . Tuccal . . . Aruba '77, . .caring. . .ambiti- ous . . .Amy. , 4.,..,..vA J i If Q-T " ? MICHAEL K. CLINTON You, who are on the road must have a code that you can live by Barefootwaterskiing. . .NH. . . hockey . . . weekends . . . ski trips. . .variety show. . .l.L.H. . . .Clint. LJ, I T Ki , 4 . 4 5 w 4 J gt 'P 1 ,K-,I 494? ,J J ,,-- ri-url. . - J I ' A "SQ, ' 1 -' - . i ' 1 e Q f."."N.,- -ck' 1' I ' 'E u' .ng KI- - . -"' T ff, '.':1Ti-' ' ' ' Y, ' vii-.7 U t -1 ' QR Wipe that silly grin off your face! , .wr 'x If sap f , ,. K1 xx. . He doesn't look very Peppy to me! LISA ANN COMERATO Life's worth is the values you give it. Majorettes Co-Capt '79 . . . Bad Co . . . TCPD . . . Connecticut '79. . .Annie's prom '78-'79. . . Jim. . .Cape '79. . .ski trip '79 . . . Feature Twirler '80 . . . de- termined . . . Lis. :..- Xx ,, - s . 4 tj A v, - -v . CYNTHIA RAE CO NTI Laughter, sincerity, truth, and love - the four corners of the world. Bad Co . . . concerts of '79 . . . the Spot . . . partying with Lisa, Deb, and Jeanne. . .J.W. and my bird . . .Cindy. Q f 3... . .. fx of .4 Y '1 REMO B. CONIGLIO The greatest achievement in the world is to do something people said you couldn't. Florida '79 . . . S. machine . . . NAMDP . . . SOLH . . . always smiling. . .future. . .FFM. . . determined . . .Rem. V P. MICHELE COOPERMAN We do not remember days, we remember moments. Enthusiastic . . . Outgoing . . . Camp. . .gymnastics . .dedi- cated . . . Geils . . . Beach Day ...summer'79. . .J.Peak. .. S.C.. . .VV,DT,R8.S. ..12l 25l78. . .friends. . .memories , . sf. . 31, 'W- f STEVEN COHEN l will always seek. seek the expe- rience, wisdom, and knowledge of life and its meanings. 1980 Bash. . .party. . Beatles, Led Zep, G. Dead, and mystical experiences . . . concerts . . . "outta here' '... truckin' . . live life. . ff? V ' I 'x 7' i I '. . N 1 - 5 JOHN F. CONLIN Z7 fvs xv X i l ROBERT A. COLONNA Live your own lifeg Don't try to be someone you're not. lndustrious . . . girl-crazy . . . ambitious . . . ES, SK had some great times. . .LM, CS, TV. . . class of '79. . . Bob. 1, 'Vx : as Im, .-if MAUREEN THERESA CONNERY The road to success is always under construction. Easy going . . . optimistic . . . weekends. . .skiing . . .John. lt's not time to make a change. just relax, take it easy, you're still young. . . Loses herselfin Johnny. . .Mom . . . sensitive . . . petite . . . hardworker . . . well dressed . . .friendly . . . Cape '78 . . . Feb. 12, '78. abd A F , . T X fx 1 his I' ' 'ly u 1' . lkll g Z w i i t ' Oi' ,I . ul t xr S E R . .S -N ORLO COOTS LISA CORSINI As time goes on, I realize just what you mean to me. Boston '78 with Vito. . . PF. , . baseball . . . thank you RR, SS . . . t-shirts . . . The Gang '79 . . . B.J.'s Diner . . . Steelers ...100plus. . .VG. . .shy. .. Babe. Theres a light in the depths of your darkness: theres a calm at the eye ofeverystormgletitshine. Creative . . . industrious . . . natural . . . musical . . . a true friend , . . Cape '79 . . . Fogel- berg , , . Lis, 49 ' ' 1 f f--ii - . 3 11X 1 -t , Q -. H 2 X g X N ...A ,ff . S ,' i-321' F - i L I L. ..L-.-.. 5-XQM ' CHRISTINE T. COX You know l've heard about peo- ple like me but l never made the connection. They walk one road to set them free and find they've gone the wrong direction. Lives for today . . . Chris. Y TIMOTHY DALLAPE MARK F. CUERONI lf you love something set it free, if it comes back to you it is yours, if it doesn't it never was. Patty . , . Hampton Beach . . . Disney World . . . gas lines . . . boating . . .serious. . .Mark. fgf av TIMOTHY A. CURRAN Glad to get out. Remembers Debbie. 995 ROSALIE ANNE DAKAI Today well lived makes every yes- terday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Loves NY . . . Disco . . . A true friend . . . spirited . . . under- standing . . .sensitive. . . RO. A J 'UN- U3 I ln. f:T"1,g, F.. M -gig' . Volume : Length x Width x Height ." I .tr TW k 4 I it Q. H. fs. -gg 'ik r , ts' 's J 'W-QT' 3. "T ., - t A Q.: J' 7 I if TEX x ' ' 7 I THOMAS M. DAMERI BLAKE WILLIAM DAWSON SUE K. DAY ANN M. DECENZO We are always getting ready to live, but never living. Adventurous daring . .Ski Trip 79 The Dike. Brophy DF SO He who catches the joy as it flies lives eternity's sunrise. NH78, 79, 80. . .Bashof8O. . . 298, . .May11. . .Prom79. .. Ski Trip 79. . . Beach Days. . . Kegs . . . Daws. I never give up, I never give in, l only change my mind. Lives for weekends . . , NH . . . Beacon Concerts . . . loves to party , . . works hard . . . Freebird . . .After the Gold Rush . . .FIorida. . .Sue Great friends, great times, and great days l'll never forget. Brian . . . Zappa 78 . . . Yes 79 . . . chimps and bonemen forever . . . born to be wild . . . Pink Floyd . . . Happy . . . par- ties. . .smiIe. . .Annie. rf if-it SALLY DEGOZZALDI No bird flies too high if it flies with its own wings. Ski Trips . . . Foursome . . . Vermont . . . Colorado . . . FH Camp . . . Paradise . . . Beach Days . . . Weekends at Chases . . .chica. . . BIM . . .sailing ...Maine. . .SaI. CLIFFORD MARC DENKER Ideas should rival the heavens but, like kites, must remain tethered to the ground. Complex. . . idealistic . . .logi- cal . . . realistic . . . photo- grapher . . .trumpeter. 17' ,rf 4"' . -J i.- 'I 5 A RANDOLPH DEWAR JEANNE MARIE DELANEY Walking down this rocky road wondering where my life is lead- ing. Bad Co . . . loves parties . . . high spirits. . .good times. . . PDC with Stacey. . .12l15 JM 8- SS . . . Concerts 79 . . .always smiling. . .Jeanne LISA MARIE DEMARCO Live for today and the promise of tomorrow. Easy going . . . always smiling ...Cape Cod 79... Kan- camangus with SG and JK . . . memories of JS, SG, HG. . .full of life. . .Summer 78. . .natu- ral . . . Lise. T "5 ANNMARIE DEMARINI lam meandyou areyou,andifby chance we meet, it's beautiful. Caring . . . parties . . . Moble .. .welldressed. . .Doug. . . Summer778t79...NH.. Prom 79. . . Mr. Goodbar , . . Smokey 8i the Bandit. . .jicuse. 'Q S------" an ,V Mpe1P905'. 59,15 ELENI DIAMANTIS Imaginative . . . fun-loving . . . partier. . . Best Wishes to all my Friends: JM, EM, MM, LG, DD. MR, and everyone else. uf? C'mon girls, cheer up! 'A fx'-.. . ' ' '. of -'K ". 34- . I TP' 1 2' A JEFF L. DICKSON The wildest colts make the best horses. Bash of 80. . . Oompa Loompas . . . convertible . , . box seats . . . Linda's house . . . Nantuc- ket . . . good friends . . . La- crosse. . .Bones. . .PDC. .. MN. . .SkiTrips. . .GK's. .. Dicca. MARY DIEHL 51 VALERIE C. DIMATTEO The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever. Concerned . . . laughable . . patient . . . always smiling . . Montreal 79. . . Val. ., i- jfs' ,AAI 1.5 1. .J Q.. 'F . -if ,fr v r X . H v 7 i a 4 DAVID E. DUCEY Yes, there are two paths you can go by. But in the long run, there is still time to change the road you're on. Motorcycling . . . Lacrosse . . . easy-going . . . Sept. 15 . . Duce. f . I ,. I +C," 'I 1,0 QQ, x I THOMAS A. DURGIN All the world is a stage. and all the mon :md women merely players Sincere Reliable Studi- OUS LUSH, himself in 3Ctir1g and r,l1r:',', 52 en'-w CHRISTINA DIMITRIOU Chimps and Bonemen parties . . . Pink Floyd . . . Wish you were here . . . Randy . . . Black Sabbath. 1" Q-.-:I . .i"i" 'fi .g. '. NX. Q- x V "', , t 'fn ',, . . K . A ti- . 'Vffx-.3"'.5.l ' ' fl". .31 . :Ig . S .- Ig N. .. 4i,'., . f'. ,. in l 1 Gs. 1 ,f 'IP ff' at A A xt ,ggi sg I fi I . X Z I i 1.1. ,gggwgg , - ' .. ' gg, I: W at ' f V ' PM , ' , ' I. i. l s PAUL EDWARD DOWNEY May the mistakes of yesterday and the fears and dreams of today shape our lives tomorrow. Spirited . . . Dedicated . . . De- termined. . .Unpredictable. . . 57 Chevy . . . Music Room . . . Paul. Will you listen to me?!! .M 1 Q" H ff -vflf -t 1 Q I 1- ' 311' f' -- it 'C Q ,Q is. , Q , i " """ H hi' .:' f. . 14 ,. 5 .gh , , x .. t 1 'N I VANESSA MARIE DYER The only way to survive in this world is for one to know his or her value, to determine what your contribution to life will be. Reliable . . . Straightlorward impatient . . . Active . . . Unique HV" . .Nessa. L Q WAYNE T. EDDY A little learning is a dangerous thing. Likes swimming 8. skiing. . . par- ties. . .optimistic. . .confident . , .Ed tx! MERRILL B. DUBROW Learning makes the wiser wiser, and the fool more foolish. Loves the Cape . . . easy going . . .athIetic. . .Tennis. . .The Cars. . .Y'knowwhat that is. . . Merrill. RICHARD T. DUDEK One's goal must be to succeed in whatever you do. Life is what you make of it. Soccer.. .Quiet.. .SC.. .In- tellectual . . . Determined . . . Rich . . .Duke. Qgb 1 I S . 'xiiiI . DAVID SCOTT ELKINSON Knowledge advances by steps and not by leaps. Athletic . . . competitive . . . gambler . . . "Y'know what that is?". . . Elk. TTT' 'fi ' x L MICHAEL FL ELLIOTT What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters com- pared to what lies within us. Athletic . . . Competitive . . . Famous Five . . . The "Monte" . . . Bad Co . . . Nantucket '78 ."El". 'ji-f MICHAEL FAHEY ff X .1 .4 1 M, f fig. C-N tl 'x. STEPHEN W. FAULKNER The inner nature of man is be- yond explanation, and the full meaning of life is unknown. The answers for these questions wait in the future for all men to see. Burgers and Band . . . Lacrosse . . .Swimteam. . .B.H. E eff' ELIZABETH EPSTEIN To try to be someone you're not is to waste the person you are. Fun-loving . . . outgoing . . hard worker . . . friendly . . Cheering . . . high spirited . . . HHI '76-'78. . .lovesIife. . .RT, NM, LM, TS. . . Liz. CYNTHIA ESTY Ti I Oh wow, it's Plantis Marijuanis! ,A.r- fi! Q MICHAEL R. FEBRAGAMO Success begins with a fellow's will . . . it's all in the state of mind. Competitive . . . Direct . . . Ag- gressive . . . Outgoing . . . De- termined . . . Active . . . D8M . . .Mike. DEBOFZA DEMELO FILIPE There is no wealth greater than the wealth of friendship. Friendly . . . Dreamer . . . St. Miguel. . .SaiIing. . . Debbie. A ii. f ,f A4 A' .4- 16 gp, .1 x 1 KEVIN E. FACCHINI Drink today, and drown all sor- row,' you shall perhaps not do it tomorrow. Best while you have it, use your breathg there is no drink- ing after death. Likes concerts . . , fishing . . . Maverick, The Manor. . . Fish. f "' J "5"Y'u 45 , 1 I r i:-. as ' .4 ' JOSEPH "PEPPY" FABESE Live free or die! Barefoot waterskiing . . . FUH . . .skin head. . .lacrosse . . six kegs busted . . . Who me? , . .broken bones. . .Cape Cod . .truck driver. . .hard worker . . Lynyrd Skynyrd . . . Pep. 4 . 1 VI T I. F T5 I ,qs 'vs x LISA MARIE FLYNN Time flies, suns rise and shadows fall, Let time go by - memories last forever. Skiing . . . Cheering . Friendly . . . Easy-going , Casual . . .AFS Japan 79 53 r"'ja x X , N .- l A p , , VIRGINIA FONSECA Tomorrow is a new day for new horizons, sunsets and new ways to live with life. A true friend . . . warm hearted . . .Iivesfortoday. . .Julie. . . Sue...Effi...Zup...G.H. . . ."79". . .Europe. . .Cape . .l'nursing". . .Ginny. l . XXQ O Qs ,K ' . RPA 'L 5 JJ f l . V' K DOROTHY FRIEZE , n- lfff 1 N vw- R an HOWARD GABOR Life can ne understood by look- ing backward, but it must be lived by looking forward Tue Baan of 80 quarter keg rmrllfrs in Gascar .'iffffl'f:r'uf1', Oompa-Loompas f-,lfl trips L D Hay- ll-' Hflrilf' lliiyvvfirrl cl V1 ,gg T. 6" I JOHN J. FOX GINNY E. FRANDSEN After all it's onlyaweed thatturns Now l've gained some under- to a flower in your mind. standing of the only world that we 1.5. . . Grateful Dead . . . Bad see. Things that I have once Co. dreamed become reality. Friendly. . .understanding . . . crazy Gin. .M . y N ,..,,. n V. V 2. ,:..w.9-' 6' , .l f - -- 5 . 1 V, nw V :K 3-JL551' T "QA . A .. ma . ,.. if-1 ...-wa.. .4 ,.fw-,..-.v-,1.,zw1-rrv'c4f?'l"- "uf A F' WM, ,.4 ,rm-t A -- 4 . Q anvn-HN ' 5' 9.. 0 c ' 'iw i 'Qi' ri 5 f' S. LEE FREEMAN Ill lf you strike a thorn or rose keep a-going! lf it hails or snows keep a-going! 'Taint no use to sit and whine 'cause the fish ain't on your line, bait your hook and keep on trying, keep a-going. .mi 1: . A ff--, . Q4 Q. 2. Q if . ' 3, if i QIXTZQ' nip 61 .. gli.- Jigga DAVE FRITZ What a long strange trip it's been. Spark a burger . . . Grateful Dead '79 . . . Rush . . . Party at Augusta Maine 9lZ79 . . . Cap- tain trips . . . Molson . . . In throughthe outdoor. . .Fritzie. x -1 at y l if ,M B-U-D-W-E-I-S-E-R MISON GAINER lf you can't understand my si- lence you will not understand my words. Good-natured . . . honest . . individual . . . a true friend . . Live it upl. . .ABBA '79. l 4 RICK GALANTE Good things come in plastic bags. Go nuts . . . The torture never stops . . . Class of 80 Bash . . . Led Zep . . . Budweiser . . . Rock 'n roll . . . Ellen 80. . . Ganto. P i 'I' .- 4 ARNOLD PRICE GARRON If you have a dream complete it. lf you have a goal reach if. Life is full of time so use it. Handsome. . .camping . . .de- dicated . . . caring carefree . . . gentle . . . understanding . . . strong . . . polite . . .wild 8 crazy. . .sweet. . .athletic. ff' J-'Sf tl . , ' E ' rr ' A Q - .2 7-Q - .r ' 'N , JOHN CHRISTOPHER GAVIN Waiting for the winds of change to sweep the clouds away. Wait- ing for the rainbow's end to cast its gold my way. Green Monster . . . OG . . , The V Bone. . . NYC. . .The Bash ...ski trips...298... Oompa. . .Gav. WWW... :'- '93 DAVID GALVIN lf you didn't care what happened to me, and l didn't care for you, we would zig-zag our way through the boredom and pain, occasionally glancing up through the rain. fGx SUELLEN GARNER Don't fill your life with years, fill your years with life. Cape 79 . . . Kancamangus . . . fun-loving . . . always smiling ...a clown. . .spirited . . . sensitive . . . flirtatious . . Susie. IC" MAUREEN GARRAHAN l hope my future will be my present dreams though lives do change and new dreams do grow. Summer '79 . . . memories . . . CRNP. . .LP8tCC. . .LLand CAL. . .tennis. . .skating. . . friendly . . . funny . . . talkative . . .rowdie. . .Maureen. I I I I ' ,gil ,,. I ' " f' ' Hi' ' If has-.V ' , 2. ,r f I if J' T r I H is f is lf .ll P 'ls JAMES J. GAUTHIER My interest is in the future be- cause l am going to spend the rest of my life there. Skiing . . . friendly . . . easy- going . . . lacrosse . . . NH '79 . . .Goat 4 , I'm Mr. Rogers and this is my neighborhood. Can you say that? H5 . KENNETH ALLEN GEROME A person is not rewarded for hav- ing brains, only for using them! Outgoing . . , truthful . , . fun- loving . . , loses 50. gains 50. . . football . . . wrestling , . . suc- cessful. . .schelny, . .Ken 55 x sVs - N Q .- ' rn,- G T nv 4 . rv fr K .S EDMUND H. GESCHICKTEF1 Life is like a race. Everyone starts at the same time, but the success- ful are those who train the har- dest and want it the most. Go for it! . . . Chet . . . Chetley . . . bike jock . . . Canada '79 . . .understanding. . .competi- tive. JOHN R. GIOMBETTI So say it loud and let it ring, that we're all part of everything. The present, future, and the past, fly on proud bird, you're free at last. - Charlie Daniels "7978" ,Lk JUN Q, . ' Q 1 G s 'iii a t.1, I . - ' it .t,o., Q ay', J ,ri i l.-. it X U 'V '-"' 5 ::" 2522223231 l :'. 2 X' SETH GETLIN DANIEL N. GIATFIELIS STEPHEN JOHN Desires are the pulses of the soulg GIATRELIS The rest may reason and wel- come, 'tis we musicians know. as physicians judge by the appe- pite, so may you by desires. Bad Co . . . Waterview . . . summer of '78 . . . weekends . . .brews. . .ambitious. . .re- liable . . . optimistic . . . Debo . . .Danny. -ty JEFF SCOTT GOLDBERG Destiny is the rising sung and we must move on from day to day to fulfill our dreams and accomplish our goals. Lives for today . . . Individual . . .Searching. . .Spirited. . . Sue Friends . . . Bad Co . . Stang. up.- Transfer student from Mars High. 56 410- ti X MARC s. GOLDBERG Now l've gained some under- standing of the only world that we see, things that I once dreamed of have become reality. Friendly . . . Dedicated . . . MV "79. . .9l8l79. . .Rainbow. . . Goldie. W. eg.. -,Q i,lY if lil'-i M ' ELLEN BETH GOLDBLATT Memories may be beautiful and yet, what's too painful to re- member, we simply choose to forget. lt's the laughter we will remember -the way we were. "Flow with the tide" . . .never at a loss lor words . . . 5-18-79. 13? There are two things to aim at in life: first to get what you wantp and after that, to enjoy it. Bash of 80 . . . Buds . . . Mazi- OG. . .Oompa-Loompas. . .RI ...LesIie...TheBoys... NYC.. .DH. . .hockey. ..la- crosse. . . Greeka. MARCI LEE GOLDBERG There is nothing permanent ex- cept change. AFS 79 . . . Musicals . . . Am- bitious . . . Active . . . "Wicked Cool" . . . Marci. ,- ' 19' A ,. nr.. vs 5 L, ..- -. Q-- BBAD L. GOLDSTEIN Swords may be held off by shields but the eye of wisdom pierces every defense. Bonemen. . .Grateful Dead. . . ski trips. . .Cid Parties . . . late nighters . . . Genesis . . . New- port Jazz Festival "8O". nl'- QF if if A MARIETTA M. GOLGATA lf the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you. When mountains crumble to the sea, there would still be you and me. - Zeppelin. l believe it's time for me to fly! . . . Etta Dream Maker. "f"'hA CINDY A. GOODWIN Favorite pastimes: Boothbay ski- ing parties, always found with John. Memories: 9l6l79, 6l3l78. Favorite food: Chinese Food. Pet Peeves: vocabulary tests, Monday mornings, rainy weekends. Q x ,L - ROBIN s. eonoom Even more beautiful than sun- shine is the golden glow of friendship. Memorial Day Weekend . . . Maine . . . daring . . . always laughing . . . funny . . . a true friend . . .Gord. DAVID GOMBERG To have friends is to have everything. Lively . . . spirited . . . friendly . . .Dave. 'WT' AMY ELLEN GORDON Life has loveliness to sell, music like a curve of gold, scent of pine trees in the rain, eyes that love you, arms that hold . . . Expressive . . . individual . . . involved . . . a true friend . . . Amos. DAVID ALAN GRAIN lt is better to have and not need than to need and not have. Quiet. , .witty. . .athletic. . . likeable . . . loves life . . . im- aginative . . . never at a loss for words. . .casual . . .David 1 .-, , , . LESLIE ANN GONEAU As l walk the road of life, lask for a shortcut to answers that I seek. Seems no one understands and what is and what'll be, questions of my childhood weave a web of mystery. Skiing. . .Steve. . .Cal 79. . Leslie. i. BRADFORD GOODWIN Before we end and then begin, we'll drink a toast to how it's been . . . So it's time to change our ways . . . but l've loved these days. Outgoing . . . happy . . . Geils '78, '79 . . .Deering '79 . . . Sat- urday mornings . . . Brad . . . KK. GQ? ANDREW JAMES GORDON Life is made up of small comings and goings, and for everything we take with us, there is something we leave behind. Funny . . . generous . . . easy- going . . . creative . . .film- maker . . . Rap . . . The Tubes ...AJ ANDREW S. GORDON The greatest shield that a man can hold is the confidence that he has in himself. Cross-Country . . . well-dressed and athletic . . . 1979 Cross- Country Team . . . conscientous . . .soft-spoken. . .Andy. Y' - ' . l 'D wx' 1 0' ' "' Ruthy's Minimum Daily Requirement 57 LC K3 A VUILH. 7 1 f . X i 'XI ' A .f X .i 1, i fi: , ., . . ' i- . X' - X. .. li.i The class with class. :Wg - -Q 9 Q . . .i JONATHAN GRANT l know it's only rock and roll but l like it. Artistic. . .straight-forward. . . terminally sloppy . . . free to be . . . party hearty . . . Sack Cinema . . . Storrow Drive '79 . . .Michele. . .JT. I TRUDIE GROEN To have a friend means to be rich. YFU Student from Holland . . . volleyball . . . handcrafts . . . lively . . . creative . . . outgoing . . .neveratalossforwords. . . Typical Dutch . . .Truud. I CHERYL ANN HAINES must share it . . . happiness is Dorn a twin. Bad Co 79 . Annie's House MBTA Nantasket . . . Bud Connecticut . . Prom 79 Maiorettes always smiling Smiley. 58 I JEFFREY J. HALL We are shut up in schools and colleges and recitation-rooms for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a bag of wind, a mem- ory of words and do not know a thing, - Ralph Waldo Emerson. Z .-wg. sf" ' 1 I JOHN R. GRANT Many years have passed and a day. Still we walk in the path that leads to the light shining down on the great beyond. Though ignite us, let love unite us. Turn your face to the wind and taste her love within. 45x a""1'p . -5: 'ip--'4 .gf 152 YI. ' ' .":J?i,1s 4 N " t M . i x ll ' F1 f MARK A. GROSS My spirits are low in the darks of despair. My blood spills over. ' a LINDA ANNE GUSTAFSON Try to see things my way,' only time will tell if I am right or I am wrong. Aerosmith . . . Steven 8t Co. . . boywatcher. . .imaginative. . . determined . . . "Get the map out" . . .lively . . .warm . . . Linda. KIMBERLY E. HAMILTON We have lost sometimes but we have won, and if we make it through, we know we have just begun. Happy . . . soft-spoken . . . ski trip 79. . .J. Geils Concert. . . Colorguard Captain . . . Dennis- port. . . Kim. 447. """'rv' JAMI LEE HAND You've got to get up every morn- ing with a smile on your face and show the world all the love in your heart. The summer of 79 . . .Capo . . . Hope. . . Slicks . . . David . . . Thanks Mom and Dad -I love ya . . . happy . . .Jami. . 'Di Q-E' MARLENE HAND There's no time to lose, catch your dreams before they slip away, lose your dreams and you'll lose your mind. Trudgin' across the tundra . . . California . . . summer . . . music . . . independent. . .J.P. . . . field parties 78. 'fm dsx, 4 5 I hw WILLIAM HANNIGAN The spirit is something that no one destroys. Bill. . .The Stones. . .Clapton . . .Bethany. . .Joe Mac's. . . Conference Room . . . Ashland . . . cleaning the boat . . . CS . . .look ahead. CHARLES HARRIS 1? KATHLEEN M. HANSON lt is not enough to have a good mindg the main thing is to use it well. Easy-going . . . friendly . . . here's to good friends . . . GSR . . .soccer. . .Kathy A XE-r f 'rf g.. v. ,xx 1 '. x ."-.. .III - . ' 'zz ' in . 'xg I , ., Nl ,- I Inf. ' . .1 KATHLEEN M. HARTLING Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly. New Hampshire . . . Aerosmith '78. . .friendly. . .casual. . . Kathie. Come on Brian, take it all off! 9. .ff M ctw MAUREEN ELIZABETH HARDING lf you wake up and don't want to smile, if it takes just a little while, open your eyes and look at the day, you'll see things in a differ- ent way. Always smiling . . . Cape sum- mer 78 . . . canoeing . . . Chris 79... .f-35' f I DAVID K. HARVEY When you see through life's illu- sions, there lies the dangers. Jackson Browne. . .waterskiing . . .Blazer. . .Maine. . ,Harv. ' 1 m1fgj X xx. rr gun, CHRISTINE HARFIINGTON Everything is eternal except our attention. Expressive. . .outgoing . . .ski trips. . .FH. . .Nantucket . . summer 79 ...I 'super" . Bird. ,,...- 7 -Il .4 .f KARLA A. HAYDEN Don't stop thinking about tomor- row, it will soon be here. lt will be better than before. yesterdays gone. Summer of 79. . . FP .... 'll love it' '... a true friend . . . loves for today and tomorrow' 59 I KATHY HAYES ,tv ..,"' LAURIE H. HENDERSON l wish for the ability to remember the good times and learn from the rest. Caring . , .sensitive. . .casual . . . Franconia Notch, N.H. . . , Cape Cod. , .cruisini l lx Di- A vp' . 4 KIIVIBEBLY C. HOBBS Lets learn to love together, for we rnust die alone. Friendly happy . .ski trips Yes Capo Good Friends summer 79 . dar- riri Hohhsie are "mx I . 13,1 J I Future homemakers fix DIANE HENNING Time is too short to waste. Live it up while you can and be the best person you can be. Sweet . . . down to earth . . . easy-going . . . always ready to help. STEFANY HOLDER You gave me wings and then you took away the sky. Alive . . . unique . . . carefree never atalossfor words. . . summer of '79 . . . SSSK . , , Chinese food . . the College Arnaretto. . .Twiggylll pdf' KATHLEEN HENNING Don't walk in front of me, l may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend. Outgoing . . .friendly . . . nutty . . . summer '78 . . . Big Mac . . Kathy. K .. BETH HOMONOFF Loves music . . . plays the guitar . . .concerned. . .shy, . .in- tense. il NOREEN HAYES lf it takes all night, that'll be all right, if I can get you to smile be- fore l leave. M 81 M's . . . S.D.'ing at Corgi's . . .free spirit. . . nutty. . . Roundabout. . . loves the ocean . . .always smiling. w, N .Al I5 , JOSEPH HINCKLEY Life is preparation for the futureg and the best preparation for the future is to live as if there were none. Likes skiing. . .concerts. . .fu- ture in engineering . . . Joe. WX X SHERYL BETH HORLICK Rivers belong where they can ramble. Eagles belong where they can fly. l've got to be where my spirit can run free. Got to find my corner of the sky. M.E.. . .N.H.. . .JayPeak. .. parties. .-55 . s. 1.-f A Vi- K " P' AHF x 'i '-N THOMAS HOYT An egg is not so full of meat as she is full of lies. Brilliant . . . great athlete . . extremely modest. ' p. ..,,,,,,....pasdll"" 2 5' Please take a letter . . . -y.,, 64" Z' KATHLEEN HUFILEY A smile is cheer to you and me. The cost is nothing - it's given free. Lacrosse JV Cap . . . is classy . . .spirited . . .laughable . . . loves Dan . . . Yogi - Pooh To- rino . . . summer '79 . . .Hey Hurl. JODY S. JU NKER The positive always defeat the negativeg courage overcomes fears. patience overcomes irrita- bility. Music. . .friends. . . P.F. . . . piano accompanist . . . Satur- days. . .ski . . .John 13:34, 35 . . .Yodi. MARILYN H. HURLEY Laugh a little -love a little, skies are always blue! Every cloud has silver linings, but it's up to you! Fun-loving . . . natural . . . like- able. . . H or M. . . Re-unite Sat. nite. P.G.-P.O.. . .Lacrosse. GK 2 KYONGNAM KANG You never can tell a book by its cover. A true friend . . . reliable . . . easy-going . . . individual . . understanding . . .realistic. . . helpful. if-' KAREN KAE INNIS Love is a rose but you better not pick it, it only grows when it's on the vine. Handful of thorns and you'll know you've missed it, you lose your love when you say the word "mine." - Neil Young. 1 df? ' in -.,..4- .fi , LAWRENCE KASTEN 'qf"' LAURA ANNE HUNT It's easy to be an angel when no- body ruftles your leathers. Cape Cod summer . . . "Pour- quoi Pas?" . . . Let's sail away , , . sensitive . . . artistic . . . Who are you writing to now? . . . TJR. . . LAH. "'!'s K. , V f l JEFF s. JUNKER This world is not conclusiong a sequel stands beyond, invisible, as music, but positive as sound. Knowledge must be sought after. Ski . . . music. . .drums . . Jeff. i, 1 il' .il LAURIE KEATING Black birds singing in the dead of night, when it rains. remember it rains for you. Pea. . .ski trip. . .My Kids. 61 lx JEROME KEEFE Ain't it hard when you wake up in the mornin' and all those other days are gone? All you have are memories of happiness lingering on. Prom . . . diving . . . ski trips ...Bash...Cape...N.H. . . .Jerry. is -N 'Q QA? 1 -1, r U S..:,- EDDIE M. KENRICK Lile is a waste of time, so get wasted and have the time of your life. The Who! . . . Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy . . . Styx and Stones, Beatles . . . The Black Path,..lightup...PF... happy. , .mellow. . . Ed. 1 A ' YUN MIN KIM Live lor today for yesterday is gone and tomorrow does not start lor another nine or ten houm Honest straightforward . . hiqh-spirited .easy-going. . run baseball, Yun. 6 2 SANDRA JEAN KEEFE You don't have to know where you're going, as along as you're on your way. Athletic . . . dedicated . . . ver- satile . . . Field Hockey . . . B-Ball . . . Softball . . .summer of '79. . . San. IRENE L. KELLY Eddy V. - You are the sunlight in my growing - so little warmth I felt before. Led Zep 9-3-79 . . . Chimps Ahoy! . . .Yeeha. . .it's getting better all the time. . .hit me with your rhythm sticks!! . . . born to be wild. . . Bene! X, LINDA J. KELLY Let me live in a house, on the side of the road, and be a friend to man. Ski trip '79 . . . easy-going . . . "Charlie Daniel's Band . . . ten- nis. . .Linda. if! 19 QQS fa-, s f 'A +3 P C'mon, be serious. 47--' HENRY E. KERSTGENS III The only permanent thing in life is change. Friendly . . . serious . . . never at a loss for words . . . romantic . . . dedicated . . . artistic . . . runner. . .summer'78. . .M.W. . . . 10-31-78 . . . Hank . . . Studley. 5- -g' PATRICIA M. KING Cherish yesterday, live for today. and dream of tomorrow. Summer '79 . . . never at a loss for words. . . friendly. . .funny . . . sincere . . . a true friend . . .Patty. av? fvi v X X V Xx KENNETH KRANSELER Most of us spend our lives seek- ing a goal that is never to be reached. Sincere . . . calm . . . busi- nesslike . . . college . . . b-ball . . .pool '79. . . Kenny. fl: X Dx I, X tl' STEVE LEM BO That is, you can't, you know, tune in, but it's all right, that is, l think it's not too bad. Beatles . . . Stones . . . Led Zep . . .Who . . .Grateful Dead. . . Quakers and Elbows . . . Sum- mer Gold. . NV' , Q '1 LISA KUPFERMAN He pours his heart out before you. The world can't do without his creation. He plays his song for one reason, it's simply what he loves. Musician . . . P.F.. . .free. . . God . . . laughable . . . lively ...Twit. ' LILLIAN JOAN LENNARD True friends are like diamonds, precious but rare. False friends are like autumn leaves, found everywhere. Always smiling . . . daring . . . Good Harbor Beach . . . my car . . .parties. . .Lil. . Uv V , r at 1-- -, I X 'Zz MARK A. LEONARDO Get as much out of life as possi- ble. After all, there's no second chances. N.H. '79 81 '80 . . . Bash of '80 ...298...May11...skitrip '79. . .beachday. . .kegs. .. Bud . . . totum pole head . . . Nardo. A, MARK LEVENSON individuality is the salt of com- mon life. You may have to live in a crowd but you don't have to live like it. Determined . . . ambitious . . . track . . . memories of Russia . . .Mark. BRIAN LARSON So you think you can tell Heaven from Hell? Blue skies from rain? Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail? A smile from a veil? Do you think you can? Annie . . . E.K .... Chimps, Bonemen. do f,i MARGARET LELIEVRE No wonder he stayed another year! X 'X SHARON RUTH LEVINE Rivers must ramble and eagles must fly. I must be where my spirit runs free, in my corner of the sky. B-ball . . . soccer . . . softball ...Eagles '79 . . . rowdy . .. outgoing. . .I'm on my way. . , SRL. LISA SUSAN LEVY l might have to move heaven and earth to pfove it to you. there is really nothing we can't do. Best friends girl . . . ambitious . . .Duke '79. . .wild. . .5'2". eyes of blue . . . unique. . . Columbia and Magenta . . . Lis fvx ' LE . Ni Lf, Liz..- L TIMOTHY R. LIGHTBODY After all we're all the same, the only difference is a name and where we are. ms SUSAN W. LYON Curiousity is a permanent charac- teristic of a vigorous intellect. Spirited . . . take a walk on the wild side . . .J. Geils '79 . . . realistic . . . horses 81 riding S.S.S.8t K.. . .England. . .Sue. 5. . I , .az ' i PAUL S. MacMILLAN You gotta live life, that's all you do nobody gonna live your life for you lRay Daviesj Cosmic well-dressed . f1flflif.iilCfl 5.1 Q, 1 2,21 'Ns ,gn Which way to Saudi Arabia? CH"-y "lil l JULIA Y. M. LYNN Smile! Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. Sweet . . . friendly . . . smart . . .honest. . .caIm. . .easy- going . . . musical . . . happy . . .truthful. . .kind. . .always smiling . . .cute. gulf- M ,JP SARAH LOU MABROUK I love my schoolwork very much, I never miss a day,' I even love those men in white who are tak- ing me away. Smile. . .laugh. . .mysterious. 1 5 JOHN C. MAGRI Dreams are escapes into the re- alms of fantasy . . . Heineken . . . So. Co . . .the weekend on the Cape . . . disco destruction . , . insane . . . "Mags", MARK R. MACCONNELL So we beat on, boats against the current, born back ceaselessly into the past. - Fitz 25. Gatsby. . .Jazz . . . 1927. . . summer '77 . . . shows . . . Pimes . . . Nov. '78 . . . The BOOK! . . . Mark. 1,4 PAUL ANDERSON MAHONEY Prosperity makes friends, adver- sity tries them. Soccer. . .4C's. . .skiing. . . M.D.C. on the 4th . . . always serious . . . Mahone. JOHN M. MACLEOD Like leaves we touch we see we will know the story as autumn calls and we'll both remember all those many years ago. Ezia . . . Yes '78 . . . bowling- stoned . . . Thursdays . . . Johnny Mac. 'AT . Bk MARK WILLIAM MALLON No man's knowledge can go be- yond his experience. Wursthaus . . . Samoset '78. . . good-natured. . .optimistic. . . friendly. . .Mark. . .MaI. BRIAN E. MALONEY I can see all the smiling faces when the times were so good, all in the old familiar places, l'd go back if l could. Kansas '79 . . .loves music 8t fast cars. . . hard worker . . . com- petitive . . . the Who . . . polite ...Bri. i ini I-43 42 , . 5 YM. FRANK A. MANNARINO Lately it's occurred to me, what a long strange trip it's been. Milford Quarries . . . Allman Bros.. . .Mt.Northpack. . .L.P. . . . red, white and blue. . . Vega. . .G8tL. . .T.N.V.C.. . Dyna-Moe Hum. , M Q' I g . ar x BRENDA MANZELLA ROBERT C. MARINI I believe the Heavenly Father in- vented man because he was dis- appointed in the monkey. Lacrosse . . . the Cape . . . ski- ing . . . weekends . . . Dad to L.P.. . .enjoys life. . . Bob. CATHERINE A. MANSEAU Live for now and times to come. Slightly crazy . . . caring . . musical . . . the woods . . Cathy. 1-617' 10 1 ff GARY L. MARMER When they turn the pages of his- tory, when these days have pas- sed long ago, will they read of us with sadness, for the seeds that we let grow? Mazi . . . Flush . . . N.Y.C. . . Q.G. . . . The Bash . Oompa-Loompa. en.,-v it , LX fl. 2-, WILLIAM l. MAYO Do what you want to do in life and you'll be alright. Ski Trip '79. . .creative. . .ath- letic. . .competitive. . ."Death Ride." Re-living the Natick game IF' ROGER E. MANTZ You drive us wild, we'll drive you crazy. Carefree . . . Mantski. KEITH F. MATTHEWS l know that my goal is more than a thought, l'll be there when l teach what l've been taught. Soft-spoken . . . quiet . . . ath- letic . . . bright . . . basketball . . . karate . . . vineyard . . . Cape '79 . . , Famous Five . . Keith. TAWANA M CBETH 65 x di Y. Q.. 9 '5- 3 H x . THOMAS MCCORFIY ., , 1 P' IT I . V I I I JAMES MCINTYRE DENISE MCNAMAFIA Think in terms ol bridges burned. Think ol Seasons that must end. See the rivers rise and fall, they will rise and lall again. 66 7Pn.- x N I. g 9 CINDY MCDONALD Diplomacy is the art of saying the nasty things in the nicest ways. April 20, June 25, "78" . . .never at a loss for words , . . always found with Glenn. . .daring. . . outgoing . . . cheerful. XX LAUREN PATRICIA MCGRATH You will find as you look back upon your life, that the moments when you have really lived are the moments when you have done things in the spirit of love. Loves to laugh . . . "The Best." , s. 4.4 t R A , . . . sol said, "You wanna step outside'?". . JOHN MCGREAL LINDA M. MCKENNA l have reasons for my life and like a rushing shore they're pushing me along. Crazy parties . . . N.E .... 5"!o . . . "Just like that" . . . Chica . . .Lucan. . .D.D.'s. . .outgo- ing...Cape...TuIsa.. chow. . . Linny. rs ..,f LISA MEDEIFIOS To achieve true happiness, we must travel to every far country and even out of ourselves. Adventurous. . .take iteasy. . . summer of "78" . . . vibes . . . Lina. . . S.S. . . . Life is a jour- ney not a destination. ' fx. 'uwwi DANETTE J. MERSKY Climb far -your goal the sky, your aim the star. Ballet . . .talented . . . friendly . . .artistic. . .spirited . . .al- ways smiling . . . Cape '79 . . . friends. . . Dani. 'li Nix, I I SUSAN RACHEL MILLER Happiness: It can only be truly found within. Unique . . . creative . . . never at a loss for words . . . cheerful . . .Rach. 79447 "' ' A i5i'?l9,W -r-,' Q- 1 I DOUGLAS PATRICK MONAHAN ln the past four years we have learned that friendship is worth more than anything else in the universe. A wild and crazy guy . . . free . . .individual. . .optimistic. Dramatic? Who, me?! -P' Wi if . , - " V, 5' " ...S MxQ'1:',-ff 4 '. - xfijvgp . , 1 'E , fi ' U.. ' DONNA MARIE s 'P 2' JACQUELINE DENISE MOODY MONTALBANO Memories will fade away but a dream lasts forever. Casual , . . friendly . . . unique ..,atruefriend. . .WB. . .AR ...SC. . .CapeCod. . .Geils '79. . .Doobies'79. , .summer '78 8t '79 . . . party . . . Donna. The world's best dream maker, l make all dreams come true, but l'm boy-crazy, so look out fellows 'cause here I come, the Romantic Miss Moody. ,I sf 1 Q . af KV'z DIANA LEE MEYER You've got to get up every morn- ing with a smile on your lace and show the world all the love in your heart. Ski Trips '77, '78 . , . SMARC Party. . . Diana. ' 1 K . ., r . , Y' is X.. ROBERT P. MISSERT Many people Corrie to me and they say, "Hey, how can you be such a swinging sex god?" Unique . . . individual . . . born to be wild . . . Best Fishes . . . Slob. .. "- 3' ' '53-' vs g . r -.f lx' .f I, JOYCE G. MORAN lt's not tha-t l talk too much, its just that life inside me has so much to say. Expressive . . . outgoing . UT' '... V-Ball . . summer '79 ...theCape. . .Geils MPDC . . . Riunite . . beaches , Mlm up for it.' 67 SHARON LEE MORGAN I close my eyes, only for a mo- ment and the moment's gone. Laughable . . .soft-spoken . . . free. . . Feb. 3, 1979. . .S.D.T. ...Mom. . .DannyT.. . .Jan. 1,1979. . . Mr. and Mrs. T. f'V x ,.i. f Y' 4- . CHRISTOPHER W. MULHERIN You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his free- dom. Waterskiing. . .racquetball I1quy--v e,..... 'L JANE E. MORRISSEY So many roads to choose, we start out walking and learn to run - yes we've only just begun. MS-Prom. . .summer '79. . . MMVR . . . concerts . . . gym- nastics . . . lt's been real . . . Vic, Mich, Capo, Kim, Val . . friends. . .Jaynel 1 ff' fs 'z , 4' V ,. MARTIN MULLIN Ill Hey, this place ain't bad. lt's been a great and different time. Good luck all, let's move on! Marty. . . Bye. F35 it X 1 ,ii X She 5 taking him lor Granted. 68 W st Q17 STEVEN D. MORUZZI Life is a long song, but the tune ends too soon for us all. '8OBash...N.H....R.I.... Plymouth 41 . . .Traveling Man . . .nutty times. . .cruisin'. . . K.D.. . . Marian . . . Farm Pond . . .Shanon. . .everybody. . . Mouse. lix Ks' ga JAMES P. MURPHY You can't always get what you want but if you try sometime you might find you get whatyou need. Calm . . . Death Ride '79 . . . 1980 Bash . . . Cape Cod . . . White Mts. . . .Allman Bros.. . Murph. I E: LORI ELLEN MOY I want a lover and I want some friends, I want to live in the sun and I want to do all the things that I never have done. Greece '79 . . . friendly . . . lov- able . . . creative . . . under- standing. . .unique. . .Lori. 1 l 3 MARY MICHELE MURPHY We know what we are, but we know not what we may be. Straightforward . . . competitive . . . spacey . . . ambitious . . . Color Guard. . .determined. . . friendly. . . lively. . . Michele. 4' 1- - . . . Xin, 'x . A. ' .5 wr n z i 'R' 'V 'N' ul'-1. is .XR I KL' 0 NANCY THERESA MURPHY Before we end and then begin. let's drink a toast to how it's been Friendly. . . Sensitive. . .Cape . . . Summer '78 . . . Canoeing . . . Good Harbor Beach . . .Ski Trips . . . Parties . . . Spacey . . .Murph. .- I KATHLEEN MARIE NARDINI No matter where you go, you're going to find you won't see mein front, but you can't leave me be- hind. Lives for the weekends! . . . Ski trip "77". . .Party "79". . .Un- derstanding . . . Loves life . . . Caring . . . Kathy. A 'G-Qu -9-ur CH ERYL NEMET Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else. Friendly . . . "What?" . . . Mike and Dave . . . boy-crazy . . . Maine. . .JC, KD, TS, SF, JF, LS . . .Memories. . .Cheryl. Us .I ' I . 4 HON HON NG Courage is like love, it must have hope to nourish it. Q 3- - V, Q., ,M , K1 QL' Ejgzivp-.13Q' r fiznxai 5 V- ' - Jw ,. xw,v,w,.,4,, ' F Jw' DEBORAH LYNNE NIXON lf you believe you can achieve, you are well on the road to ac- Complishment. Tennis Anyone? . . .summer '78 8i '79 . . . FrlendIy's . . . weekends . . . always smiling . . .active. . .enthusiastic. . . Debbie. '98 MICHAEL R. NURSE The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Florida-born . . . casual . . . easy-going . . . sports-minded ...R.R.. . .Mike. ff MAEVE ELLEN O'BRIEN We can walk these roads together if our goals are all the same. We can run alone and free if we pursue a different aim . . . Always smiling . . . friendly . . . understanding . . . Maevo. "2-...Q K N '4 Tourney Stars g"1's C- E JILL ROCHELLE NOLAN Do not lose sight of your self- worthg everyone holds something unique. Sensitive . . . talkative . . . cre- ative. . .skiing. . .J-Peak. . . rollerskating. . .persuasive. . . Good Luck Everybody. . . Pooh. I 2' I",-ff. I 5 f 1 K.. r TIMOTHY O'BRIEN is 'hu EDWARD J. NOONAN ll Feel no sorrow, feel no shame and come tomorrow l'll feel no pain. Competitive. . .Styx. . .Eagles ...Bu-Fu's . . . lawns , .. camp '78, . . Basketball . . . ln- tramural Hoop . . . Ohio . . . summer lawns with J.W. CHRISTINE O'DONNELL Our greatest glory is not ever fall- ing, but rising every time we fall. Friendly. . .ambitious . .indi- vidual . . .summer 78. . .ten- nis .,.' 'Hey Luscious" . . . Chris. 69 'X -. 5 :. . 'fn , y 'N . ,f " . xt .""f fm NX 'V' " ' - .4 1 f T s , 21 M' q ' A' . P N,,-:HV II 54. .., 'Q ' " r P xg V c N. Vi . 'hi fwifg V- '.'. . ,VI I :in -2 A , 'ig ,, V", 9 4- 'ga V . V 'fig' fr 5 . '- ' 5' -t -3 5 'A .ox ., C'mon Kev, give her a wink! , X N A X. L? CHRISTOPHER P. PAPPAS You are only young once, but you can be immature forever. Rollerskating . . . bagged at Farmstand . Spam run - 12.5 . . . Tull Try me . . . KS. . . . VS Prom Wreck . . . What time is it'? . . . MT. . . . Skata . Commander . . . S.T. , , ,Chris 445 'Dx GREGORY P. PAPPAS Greatness comes to those that dare to sweat . . . dare to strain , . . and dare the pain. Pumping Iron. . .Summer of '79 . . . S.D ..,. wrestling . . . carefree. . , It's Miller Time. MICHAEL O'NEIL lf you had just a minute to breathe and they granted you one final wish, would you ask for something like another chance? The Grove . . . The Stones . . . Layla . . . Sympathy. 4- vi A Ig.: ' il A 'M J V K K r af, A X I iv, 4 .' .At f ' g at 1? 'bs A Y X . i xfp' A JOHN W. PALMER No one knows what he can do till he tries. Easy-going . . . good-natured . . .athIetic. . .soccer-lacrosse . . .The Dike. . .CoIorado"79" ...skitrip. . .Peps. . .con- certs. . .Johnny. ' r Ad! A Quai ' I . 1'-I MARIAN ELIZABETH PAOUETTE Lile isn't worth living without hav- ing someone to live it with. Laughabie. . .wild at times. . . shy...tree...bIonde... Family of 14. . . "80" . . .Luz Jan Brownie Brenda. . .LiLo. . . Mar. lg 1 JOHN F. PAGE God, grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change, cour- age to change the things I can, wisdom to know the difference. Unique . . . The Dike . . . The Cars . . . summer "79" . . . Bruskis. . .JBJBT. . . t,i.x ,npr-"' . A f Ni SALVATORE PALMIERI There are two things in life: free- dom of thought and freedom of action. Honest . . . cheerful . . . casual . . . inquisitive . . . witty . . . kind . . . competitive . . . easy- going. . .SaI!!!! , I-'Fw . 'f 'Nz 15.4 3 t RONALD J. PARABICOLI We're perched headlong on the edge of boredom. We're trying for something that's already found us,' wow,' I'm sick of doubt,' live in the light of certainty. - Morrison. Summer '79 . . . RWB's . . Para. l V r 'J x AMY JO PARIS Be yourself - no one can say you're doing it wrong. The first cut is the deepest. Lift me from the wondermaze, alienation is the craze. Double-Life . . . 9l30l79 . . . If it's magic. . . Corgi. .-li' A.. Q' 'tvs N f 4 tml .kk N' war .A in X. 5X i .1 4 X . K. - ' . LAURA M. PARKER The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time. Sensitive . . . friendly . . . care free . . . lives for today . . . Laurie. U KATHLEEN LOUISE PHIPPS You wouldn't know a diamond if you held one in your hand, the things you think are precious l can't understand. Outgoing . . . prind.-monster . . . Prom and Cape '79 . . WPOD . . . Variety Show . . . BIM . . . Katie. fa? ROSARIA PIRROTTA im! L gig!-f?'c.. L l am myself and myself shall I be until the time when I stop being me. Shawn . . . breakfast at Mac- donald's . . . headlines 8. Jeff . . .Cape Cod. . .lovesto laugh . .sweet. . . kind . . . lovable . . laughable. . . Rosaria, lk, 4195 LAUREN PASS Many dreams come true, some have silver linings, I live for my dreams and a pocket full of gold! Fun to be with . . . Adventurous . . . memories of Maine. . . out- going . . . always laughing . . . Lauren. i i DONNA L. PATTERSON Yesterday's over my shoulder so I can't look back for too long. There's just too much to see waitingin front of me and l don't think that l can go wrong. - Jimmy Buffet. Jackson Browne. . .Bob Seger. fl, 1 X -t PAU LA ANN PLESHAW With us go the hopes of the fu- ture. "Drive-ln" . . . D.R., D.T., T.T C.H.. . .Summer"79". . .Boop . . .Prom "79". . .Bad Co.. "79". . .Ski Trip "79". . ."Life inthefast lane". . .Daytona . . Oma and Opa. MARK JOHN POKORA There is something for all who look. lt's time to take control. Basketball. . .Athletic. . .Baja . . .Competitive. . . ELTD. . . Bad Co . . . Tailgatin' '79 . . . Determined . . . Famous Five ...nocomment...MW... REO . . . Possessed . . . Keg . . .Wisco. Raw X .N S. N' 'N' , ' ff -- xg., E-'91 Kbx X! 't '1"""' f' 9 GORDON SCOTT POGODA Memories. Each face flashes back to mind, untouched by time. How sad to think so many friends were lost somewhere behind. Where are they now? Studious . . .talented . . . intel- ligent . . . conscientious . , . composer if I . "' f X x ,- X Monday morning . , ,,'1 af, ,. x V- yl if ' 71 JENNIFER L. PORTER People have one thing in com- mon, they are all different. lt's Saturday night . . . PW, VK, DA, OLTL, TDO. . .BB late night caller. . .Cally. . .Porter's wild animal farm - River's Edge . . . creative. . .Jenna. LINDA M. POTENZA A smile takes just a moment, but the memory of it lasts forever. Field Hockey . . . Athletic . . . Full of Life . . . Lovable . . . Mom to BM . . . Bursting with energy . . .Always smiling . . . Patenz. x KAREN M. POTISCHMAN Now l've been happy lately, think- ing about the good things to come and l believe it could be something good has begun. Fun-loving . . . friendly . . . JT '79 . . . Springsteen . . . sum- mers in NH . . . always smiling ...KP. T119 -sf-.Q f-1,-. -r .V 1 -- i ,, - sw. ie- 1 - .- ..,- . '-M' 'W .x I.---If i"z.i.:?": ' 1-,2kf.5f45. ,s , fgjf A- -b,,,f'.y, -. i.,,1.,, . , ,. ,ga-fi' . . .vi -1 DANI LISA RAPHAEL Don't cry out loud, just keep itin- side, learn how to hide your feel- ings. Even cowgirls get the blues . . . dramatic . . . fun-loving . . . a true friend . . . wild and crazy . . .sensitive. . .Doc. ,ffl BARBARA RAWLING Life is to be shared by friends and lovers. KEVIN T. READ Take your time don't live too fast, troubles will come and they will . .X X X X X t Reading or sleeping? You'll get over it. Don't worry, it will go away . . . partying . . . Bruce. . . Micky. . .Barb. pass. Versatile . . . Athletic . . . Hockey. . .Lacrosse. . .soccer . . .Jay Peak. . . Kevin. 1" 'tx 6?-A ,I .,, ALAN CARL REILLY Why look to tomorrow, we may not make it through today. Ski trip 78. . .M8.M's. . indi- vidual searching. . .AIan. 72 t.. , ". .. ERIC L. REILLY The mysterious man that had all he could handle but couldn't grab the handle of the constant being of an individual. Keg parties . . . camping . . . loves the country. . .Erie ALEXANNE RIGOPOULOS Let a smile be your guide as you travel along life's highway. Hyper. . .full of life. . .a true friend . . . understanding . . . DM, J. Geils. . .summer of '79 . . . FMTTM . . . Wanda's sidekick. . .AIex. CHERYL RILEY Life is a gift given to us that should be lived to its fullest. Ambitious press operator. . .en- thusiastic about present and fu- ture career. . . Ken's Kitten. . . 5, -'inf - .fi ,. -.23 ' ,-. - T "sw:'Z'f' 5 ., 9 , , . iq. if 1 - gig' 4'- :Lf Q 'Z 31 D! e .Y ...H , i , ,am 'I K M , f , xx s - . f A f ,vvr 'skis N- - ' 4 . I . Qffffi 7 ' if i .st N 'A 2 TN. T ' 9 i 'S ' , 1 ' f I VXA """" I, .V I xg, ,X D I I 1 1 Nxt , KX .Ak ! - A L A N. , x 6 .Et-. JOHN B. RITCHIE Too much of everything is just enough. "Won't get fooled again" . . . skiin' . . . Dead '79 . . . Europe . . . Geils '78 . . . truckin' . . . U.S.A. . . . White Mts. . . . Rock Quarries . . . Golden Ale . . . Wabasso . . . M.B. iv-x 1 I . A-: ELIZABETH ROHTSTEIN Have a heart that never hardens, a temper that never tries, a touch that never hurts. . . .Bizza. LORI A. ROSENBLATT Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. Reliable . . . spirited . . . cre- ative . . . soccer . . . Myrtle B . . .summer '79. . .AIlen. GREGG RODENHISER To be free is to be alive. NH . . . Weirs Beach . . . water Skiing. . .go karts. . .L.P.. . . Loring Arena . . . quiet . . easy-going . . . Rhody. BRIAN ROGERS . li, MARTHA F. ROGERS Four be the things l'd been better without, love, curiosity, freckles, and doubt. Memories . . . moondance . . . summer '78. . , Griffin . . . likes to talk alot. . ."dizzy". . .very emotional. . . Marty. LUCY ROSADO Nothing reopens the springs of love so fully as absence, so thoroughly, that which must needs be endless. Happy Birthday at the Royale. . . disco with Lou and Ro . . , Dave and Gil . . . Rich and Dino . . . 140. . V f KAREN E. ROWE The only way to win happiness is to give it. The more we give the more we have. Friendly . . . good-natured . . fun-loving . . . easy-going . . tennis swimming .. 1l28l79. . .Andy. a U91 I' Oh Jerry, you' W-, www- QW! 332.541, , . ', ., 1,-, ,y ra f ay.. jqxf. 1 FAY A. RUSSELL I stood on a rock looking out at the sea, and l believed what I said when I said I feel free. Summer of '79 . . . parties . . . concerts . . . the res with all of the Keefe gang and cruisin'. 'U GN te . i 5 v s 3 of 'Y . R re such an animal! . I ,Ml MARGARET TERESA SRUSSELL Wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world. Grateful Dead Augusta ME . , . varsity bonging . .. winter. spring summer. or fall, Maine! . . .All-nighters. . .The Bomber . . .class trips. , .Love to allmy friends. . . Peg. 73 w'-'v WILLIAM J. RYAN Live life today, don't wait till to- morrow. 1966 Catalina . . . Bradlees . . . enjoys hockey. . .future carpen- ter. . .luck of the Irish . . . friendly. . . Mr. Bill. 18" 5 Y i xg X i BRIAN J. RYDER The key to success isn't much good until one discovers the right lock to insert it. Easy-going. . .alive. . .unique . , .summer of '79. . .the Dike ...skitrip. . .C.C.C.. . .RicO . .The Cars . . . Bri-Ryder. .-,P 1 . . DIANNA LYNN RYNKIEWICZ Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true. Easy-going . . . honest . . . NJ...Chica...skitrip.. blast weekends at Chase's . . . Bash of '80 . . . Maine . . . 298 ...FH. . .Deanna. :T - QA, I - . MICHELLE L. SANGSTER Don't walk in front of me, l may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend. Creative . . .feminine . . .a true friend . . . David . . .CheIe. CYNTHIA A. SAPONARO Although the years have gone by fast, we all have memories to make them last. Sweet . . . a true friend . . . good-natured. . .fun-loving. . . skiing '79 . . . soccer '79 . . . Sap. . .Cindi, X f Q55 PATRICIA ANNE SAPONARO lt's better to remember it as it was not how it could have been. Laughable . . . easy-going . . . YES show '78 . . . 298. . . N.E. ...D.D....Me...Cape... "Chica"...Tulsa. . .5ofo. .. Talk much . . . chow . . . Patti. Been looking for the photographer all day. 74 P rite, - .4-it s , .gb , 'Q .1 LESLIE MARSHA SALES Happiness does not lie in happi- ness, but in the achievement of it. Dramatic . . . expressive . . . vivacious . . . sarcastic . . . The Eagles . . . "complex fraction" . . . "Oh my God!" . . . "G8iT" . . Leslie. DEBORAH JEAN SAPORETTI Although it seems we've come a long way, we've only just begun. Down to earth . . . a true friend ...shy . . . helpful . . . con- cerned . . . emotional . . . con- certs of '79 . . . B.F ,... Lisa . . .friendly. . .Deb. :UP I ' 5 .Ii J I JUDITH ANN SARNOSKY Warm and gentle person . . .un- noticed and alone till someone says "Hello." ROBERT W. SAVAGE The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you can- not do. Easy-going . . , casual . . . realistic . . . Cape Cod . . .4C's . . ."never serious" . . .Sav. Y , W gush 6.2.27 CHERYL ANN SAVARD Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true, Florida . . . Westminster . . . Bad Company . . . Old Orchard . . .summer-time. . .individual ...free. . .seeya. . .CAS. 'QQ M I - ' . ie k . ' to . , .4 . S' 7 if . r,:,, . X 1. fy. Q .HJ ' stty tg 4 UUA' 4- ,. - " 5 12- lliijf' .., , 1 5 Y -1 A H an gpg' , 3 f Q5 if i f ' if at it r I R' . 5- as 25- xx .- 4 Q., 5 y Ska' . ,ml fl X al 1 it - Chica and Friends ff" , k "xf'n". was C-ff 1159-gf 4. Y Q2 Ns lf, ,, i ,V I4 l PAUL P. SAVAS Turn and go on, leave all the tears till after you're gone. Loves to see you laugh . . . sin- cere. . .always smiling . . .Yaz . . . variety show '79 . . . Satur- day morning burgers and band . . .b-ball. . .M.G.. . .summer 79. . ,Sav. 'Wu- ifg, f 1.', l ' .f KRISTINE A. SCHWARTZ False friends are like autumn leaves, found everywhere. True friends are like diamonds, preci- ous but rare. Original . , . quiet . . . honest . . . a true friend . . . aggressive . . . different , . . challenging ...caring . . . kind . . . con- cerned. q-1 MEGAN SCOTT EDWARD D. SAWYER With each bit of knowledge that is learned, so much more is unco- vered which is yet unknown, Jazz band . . . music . . . musi- cal . . . HSCREECH' '... l'The Boat". . .Ed. iw, W f .N , P Q-X tr . W ANTONIA T. SEELEY The secret of life is enfoying the passage of time. Good-natured . . . calm . . . friendly , . . summer '79 . , . James Taylor. . .beach trip. , , "lt was such a riotl' '... Sean . , .Toni. CYNTHIA L. SCHERZER There is no greater comfort than a friend who shares all of the mem- ories to the end. Hard worker . . . a true friend . . . adventurous . . . warm hearted . . , dream maker . . . March 10. . .June 25. xx V fix "-Y,- ..-f 's 3 1 L I K i.isA J. SEGAL if you're gonna fall. fall on me if you're going dovin hold onto me High-Spirited . . . friendly Dawn . . , summer '79 . leg- ion games . , . MCs party Friendly's'79 . Gull Groxe St. bridge. . .but umm .Lis V x ji .- ' .nv- V. 'L BRUCE DAVID SELIN Someday soon we'll stop to pon- der, what on earth's this spell we're under, He made the grade and still we wonder who the hell we are?! Baseball . . . Styx . . . friendly . . . Putz . . . 9l8l79 . . .juicy . . .Bruce. SUSAN BETH SELTZER Hey tomorrow, where are you go- ing? Do you have some room for me? Intelligent . . . easy-going . . . sun and ski. . .atrue friend. . . listen to the music. . .individual ...Sue. ",'.t lf: 11-f-' H Lf KEVIN J. SHEEHAN Party . . . rock 'n roll . . . Led Zep. . .rememberthe roots. . . Dead '79from the Mars Hotel. . . Ramble on Rose . . . '75 Monte . , .Sheeg. X l if l I WILLIAM J. SIMPSON You cant always get what you Wf1l7l. but if you lry sometime wc-ll, you just might find, you get vv"ifil you need Ski trip Death ride 9"8v79 lloors baseball . URI . Cowl little boys Mondou DEB HAH SIE LKOWSKI May the road rise up to meet you, May the wind always be at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, and the rains fall soft upon your future. Summer '79 . . . G. 'n K. Vase ...P.'nK.Tod. . .JH. . .Slick ll. f' 'C9 l""" STACEY SKLAR You have to be a little crazy to get along in this world. Born to be crazy . . . outgoing . . . lives for John . . . me 81 Jeanne - Friends Forever . . . 12-15J.M. 8.JD.. . .experiences . . . always ready for a party , . . hyper. . . Spacey. Q MARK D. SERVETNICK And if the dam breaks open many years too soon and if there is no room upon the hill and if the band you're in starts playing different tunes, l'll see you on the dark side of the moon. Crazy. . . MS. NICOLE J. SHARRIGAN Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley. Pom Poms 1 . . .gregarious. . talkative . . . Matt '78 . . Hampton Beach. . .Cougar. . Music Man . . . Cinema . . . "Positive thinking is happiness." fff: DONNA SIELKOWSKI Env! MARSHA KAREN SILVERBERG Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. Expressive . . . DWKC . . . in- volved . . . M., M., M., . . .Bos- ton 8t Doobies . . . GG . . . ski trips. . .direct. , . Marsh. Alright- it's Friday!!! .9 9 Q 'TS , - 'fy' , .fs ..- , fm 5 SCOTT WILLIAM SLEEPER My years have been good, I would even say grand. These past four years l've lent a hand, but l'll never forget the kids in the band. Thanks - GP, PS, MM, SF, AC, ES, RS, CD, PD, BG, JJJ, LA, TW. LK. cl-., STEPHEN CARROLL SLEEPER If you have something, set it free. lf it comes back, it's yours, lf it does not it never was. Likes snowmobiling, antique cars, and living for today . . . "fast and easy" . . . R.l.S. . . Sleep's. IVAN MARK SLOVIN l believe in what you say is the undisputed truth, but l must have things my own way to keep me in my youth. Funloving . . .casual . . .swim- team . . . musical . . . Kansas . . .E.L.P. 99 13:1 Ill. CAROLYN SUE SMITH Hidden innuendos rarely are spo- ken yet their messages are always relayed. Loses herself in cars . . . Sept. 30, '79 Frozen Fire . . . Hampton Beach . . . Born to be wild . . . Magenta 81 Columbia. . .Ftedhot . . .Smit. Ky' CYNTHIA SMITH When the times are bad just think that tomorrow is another day, and it may bring new horizons in the near future. Be careful babe . . . disco . . . Cindy. ERIC MICHAEL SMITH Don't stop thinking about tomor- row. Laughable . . . hip . . . mechan- ically inclines . . . jealous . . . persuasive . . . Storrow Drive . . . Saturday Night Live . . . Topsfield Fair . . . 3 Queen con- certs . . . weekend in Maine. ty 4, we I 4 -.9 4- yi f i A 1' Here's those Halloween noogies you ordered! ,i t Sf ,Q is REBECCA JEAN SMITH The true meaning of success is not attainable if happiness is not a part of the definition. Track. . .soccer. . .violin. . . NSF. . .bient6t. . .determined . . . conscientious . . . active . .individual . . .Becky. Bi f. TIMOTHY ASHLEY SODERBERG You can judge a man by the friends he keeps. Competitive . . .outspoken . . confident . . . Famous Five . . Bad Co .... aggressive . . Speedo . . . tailgating '79 . . . baseball. . .athletlc. . .Soda I I P66 It 'N'-rf' I JENNIFER L. SOLAFII Like a bird in the wind like a tree in the storm like the breath of a child from the moment he's born we are children. Summer '77 . . . Serg . . . Chicago 76. . .John . . .JT '79 ...Jen. .evpv T' tzgf' - BARBARA SUAREZ 'Cl' JOSEPH M. SUBFIO I look at thc world and I notice it'S tiirnirirg, with every mistake we miiyt qurely be learning ll N H skiing and b-ball SUITIVTIVIVS in Marblehead Florirlzi 79 ambutious jgrg 795 65 X . 9 LOUIS D. SOSTILIO Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination. Easy-going . . . Quiet . . . Ath- letic . . . Baseball . . . Kt . . . Prom'79...FIockyI8tlI... The church yard . . . Lou. - -we :f 5, fv xr: A .. . f if . I i . JEFFREY L. SPEEN I think, I think I am, therefore I am, I think. I'm more than that, I know I am, atleast, I think I must be. . . .Jeff. ,+ it f -4 F. . .5 l a gurl'- Please buy one, c'mon, please. . .free'? 411, f I DEBBIE I. STERN If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it is yours. If it doesn't, it never was. Challenging. . .determined. . ski trips . . . '73 Mustang . . . lovable. . . 12I22I78. . .Dave. Y rin MAUREEN SULLIVAN Lessons learned are like bridges burned, you only need to cross them but once. Friendly. . .easy-going . . .298 . . . laughable . . . Fogelberg . . .CSN '78. . .skiing. . .10l 23l77 . . . F.H .... Chlca . . . Maine . . . Fleenie. 'N X DAVID SWANECAMP You won't get wise with the sleep still in your eyes. No matter what your dream might be. Maz-OG . . , Bash . . . Tucket ...Cape. . .Yes. . .Buds. .. Bri. . .Fairlaner. . .Mom8.Dad ...Mouse'scar. , .Ed. . .D . . .Swany. 'it' Sorry Karen, you're still not 5'3". .aw-., Ou I 1 q . X L -- JOHN LOFTUS TAYLOR If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is be- cause he hears a different drum- mer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however mea- sured or faraway. - H.D. Thoreau. .fp-av 5 CINDY LYNN TESCHNER Memories are beautiful, yet what's too painful to remember, one must try and forget. Warm . . . sensitive . . . indi- vidual . . . ski trip '78 '79 . . . summer '79 . . . junior year. , ' 1 , w. ,IQ FFA fi TARA CHRISTINE TAGLIANETTI The search has ended and the journey has begun. Ski Trip '79. . .Bad Co. . .An- nies . . . Daytona . . . Oma 81 Opa. . .Tara. . 'xx .. ws- g--,V -k E' I we Y? i- ' . if A7 ' 1---f J' 4,-M ' ', . .-ff' " . I Y B f r "x A I ROBERT H. TAYLOR He who thinks he cannot, will not. He who thinks he will fail shall Yet he who believes he will suc- ceed will always win. M.S.-P.T .... Famous Five . . Milktrucks . . . athletic . . friendly. . . Rob. r"iv hx. 2'l !41! .tn ..,, 4... . A on 0 A V JAMES THAYER LEE ANNE TERHUNE The moving finger writes and ha v- ing written moves on. Summer'79. . .ski trip. . .Out- laws. . .ourcar. . .Maine. .. Boston . . . LM,ME,MR,LC . . . V.B.. . . Go for it. . . Bad Co. ...ADi.TPD. . .M.P.8tL.T... party. ,ai ,- ' 'Nh . 11' xl .fx . '7Tf""'7' X f LINDA J. THOMES Favor what you have, for there may come a time when it will be gone. Quiet . . . a true friend . . coach-crazy. . ."No way!" . . soccer '79. . . Linda. DORA TARVER Strange how much you've got to know before you know how little you know. Outspoken . . . alert . . . active . . .tempermental . . .different . . .lively. . .spastic. . .intel- ligent. . . leader. . .artistic an.1e Pts. if 'T xl' in 'x Q, . ,L " ' - 1 ,1 . . t . . -V 'G BLAISE TERSONI Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul. Out-going . . . hockey . . . NH '79. . .Variety Show. . .Nimbo ...CSN. . .skitrip. , .MC79 . . 298. . .Blaise DAVJD M. TOBEY The purpose of life is not simply to live but to accomplish some- thing. Latin Club . . . JA . . . clarinet . . . "Trails West - Summer of '78". . .Tobe. . .Tobes T9 A 1 it ,uf- Z' MARYANN TONELLI 'Hn PWX AJ RULIN Y. TSAI You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really face fear. H", A' , cracks me up. JEFF TOLAN lf I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me? l must be traveling on now 'cause there's too many places l got to see. "Later on." 1-nr. .1 fr x K I. JULIE ANN TOTO l have got all the friends that l want, l may need more, with friends I still feel so insecure. - Joan Armatrading. Summer "78" . . . ski trip "79" . . .Wherever we go . . . H.A. ...LTJP. . .Me. . .nutty. .. Jewl. R' .Xt,4, LOUIS K. TSIROS We can never know about the days to come, but we think about them anyway. , . anticipation. Good-natured . . . classy . . . dedicated. 'QT' Xxx ALLAN PAUL TREMBLAY What we are trying to do is find a way to release the truth that lies in all of us. Always smiling . . . high-spirited . . .unique. . .spacey. . .jok- ing around backstage. . ."Dead Fish" . . .ice cream heist. f . . 16 9' .J I KATHLEEN MARIE TOMAIELLY Live our your cherished dreams and happiness will follow you forever. Bubbly . . . dramatic . . . care- free . . . outgoing . . . loud and crazy Iaugh . . . musicals . . . chorus. . .pIays. . ."Hot Tam- ali". A ,,, yt ... ,..,, , . . , . K . .Vi ' -4... - LYNDA L. TRUDEL lf l leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me? For l must be traveling on now, 'cause there's too many places l've got to see. Lives for today . . . ambitious . . .442-Boy. KV 4Q,"- DONNA LYNNE TURCHI Live for today not for tomorrow. DR, TT, CH, LC, DM, PP. . .Bad Co. '79 . . .Daytona Annies. . . Jay Peak '79 . . .ski trip '8O. . . "Come on baby". . ."Roggger" . . . Nantasket '79 . . . Connec- ticut '79 . . . Vinnie . . . "CH House" . . .Spacey JR -K-1 LAURA L. TURNER You can't control the length of your life, but you can have some- thing to say about the width and depth. Daredevil skier. . . Don . . .wild summers in N.H.. . .artisitc. . . SKI . . .Laura. ICN I' U' GAYLE A. VAN METER Suddenly it's hard to find the memories you left behind. Do you remember the times of your life Worcester. . .Rt.9. . .Jr. Prom ...Cape6l9l79. . .BOSE. . .J. Geils Concert. . . Marlboro . . . Sudbury. . . Jr. ski trip. 'Q'--. KATHY VASCONCELLOS What lies before us and what lies behind us are tiny matters com- pared to what lies within us. To be found with Wiggs. . .V.H., J.G. '79 . . . ski trip lparties at W.V.l . . . DM, MS, KN, LM, BA, LF, LL, PD, HA, JT, SM, ER . . . Vasc. The Aykanian Rhumba sv MARYNILDA VEGA MARY that's me, happy-go-lucky, mellow at times, dress in good taste and never give up. Making it to the top is my plan. Say hip hop hippirihop don't stop . . . Q. Qt .1 , CTI-""' N VALERIE VIGNOLA Don't say goodbye, say l'll miss you and l'll say l'll miss you too and be lonely! Ronnie. . . 5-1-79 . . .family . . . MJMB. . . B-Ball. . .Bal- timore . . . summer of '79 . . . SENIORS! . . . ah the Rubbicos . . .The Good Times!! ' i WALTER VILLA J il 1 fm? . ,, l JENNIFER DOYLE VENTURA However mean yourlife is, meet it and live it. Do not shun it and call it hard names, Complex . . . straightforward . . . athletic . . . versatile . . . Bash of '8O. . . CSN . . .diving ...WAB. . ,ILH. . ."Super" . . .Newport '79. . .Jen - ,is .I 7'3" if 1" ll -4-W Q, A. ri BILL VILLA Live for today with tomorrow in mind. Soccer '79. . . "Free Bird". . Wild Bill. PAULA B. WADE The trick is to keep the heart a little softer than the head, Wondertwin . . . puzzle fiend . . . colds '78 ...' 'Paula shut upl". . .TDO. . ."WhataguyF" ...moviefanatio . ,10-S. .. "Something Completely Differ- ent". . .Paula 81 J - 1 i -"rf ' F . S 'CJ 1 s fm 7 l N ll MARK E. WALSH lt is better to try and fail than never to try at all. Skillful . . . easy-going . . . clothesline . . . KB '79 . . . ski . . .Golden B.. . .Dike. , .flats . . .guardrail. . .GIoucester. l l Y-4 mi KIMBERLEE ANNE WARD l shall pass this way but once, if there is any kindness l can show, let me do it now for I shall never pass this way again. Tull . . . NH . . . unpredictable ...crazy. . .MissP.. . .Kim. . XE? I ' ri' i .B 1' 1 'A .v ,F TIMOTHY WARE You'd be surprised how much light you can find in the dark. Optimistic. . . musical . . .indi- vidual. . .Jazz. . .Music Room ...Tim. J A N I X x s , ,Q rf""fJ .EAT X t . l s I- . M 9. 4. H . i 24 Do It up" 82 DAVID WELLS qv! l X N. MARK STEVEN WATERHOUSE A youth without fire is followed by an old age without experience. NH. . .Cape. . .Bash of '80- 94. . .PDC. . .hockey. . .la- crosse . . .ski trips . . . insanity in the Sattelite . . . Oompa- Loompa. . . 298. . . House. CHERIE L. WEST lf you love something, set it free. If it comes back, it's yours. lf it doesn't, it never was. Love. . .Joy. . .Happiness. . . Toni . . . Forever. ,ffqx 18 DANA ELIZABETH WEST Our minds will explore together, old worlds we will conquer forever, we then will expand life together, as one . . . Athletic . . . soccer . . . doin' shows . . .WTG, GN, LP, EY. . . Colorado '79, . . Danna. 'fk GREG WHEELER lt's better to burn-out than to fade away. Allman Bros . . . Keg Killer . . . Neil Young . . . Eryear plan . . . Gramps . . . Class of '79 . . . unique . . . never at a loss for words. . .Cape '78 and '79. . . Wheels. i f A-it 0- THERESA A. WHEELER Some they do and some they don't and some you must can't tell. Some they will and some they won't, with some it's just as well. Outgoing . . . realistic . . . "Dana". . .Bacardis. . .Terri. ' ...Q .JG :.c,f'.' D N. ' Qlqf.. 65: 4 t . by i . we 1 xx.. ax , JEFFREY JOHN MARTIN WILLIAMS l've got to be free, free to face the life ahead of me. Just remember it's a Grand Illusion. Easy-going . . .sports . . . Cap- tain . . . Preach . . . Larry. .. Toledo. . .Iawns. . .Kathy. . . myself. . . shy? . . .loves life. ,. PETER H. WITHAM The empires of the future are the empires of the mind. Offthewall. . .LS. . .AS. .. DD. . .KS. . .SJ. . .MC8iSC ...LD. . .Fluffy. . .PF!!. .. W.R.D .... Screamer . . . Fel- Iowship . . . Eagles. . . 8:30 Again? . . .Czechs. I . XA 545: 'gy -t, JA' . .fix " i w if I ' - ' . M , . l "t'3R'g, . . ' ',:t V 'fl 3 5: x hi, , A 2 . 1 ' A4 . WX. ' t LUCILLE WHITE .Z l LINDA ANN WILSON Time is a gift to enjoy every min- ute. Born to be wild . . .a true friend . . . high-spirited . . . lives for today . . . Pretzel Man . . . Candy Kath . . . California sum- mer of '79. . . P.A. MARILYN L. WITT Used to think about what I would grow up to be, good or bad, right or wrong, it was no harm to me. Was a time in my life when I wish l'd have known, you can't gamble with fate, you might end up alone. if-walk. .f.'. XD '-M A-'M-0-Ns.., ,.W,,,, W.. ..,.. 'I i 'I g""'g, I 5.5 WM' tl 'I The way I see it, 'C',w-7 LISA MARIE YUSIKONES The reason I talk so much is be- cause the world inside me has so much to say. Concerts of '79 . . . '70 D. Dart . . . "Later' '... a true friend . . .determined . . . BF. . .. Debbie . . . always smiling . . free. . . Lisa. WSS... Q Nr -! it :ff 'f Q . , 4 I 5 N H. G - 4 3 PARASKEVULA ZISIS Today well lived makes every yes- terday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Summer of '79 . . . artistic . . friendly . . . well-dressed . . outgoing. . .Vula 83 at I -'Sf E 5. ul' I' V9 I H, r Im W -Y Y' .f G " f: 7... xlilhf CEL N, .2-fr - xxx . ---. ,. . ': . ' . . I ' QR'-J ' " ' 'sn' .ls-.L5 ' ' ' 4 ' Z Z! f Jgs TRUDIE GROEN - MY Y.F.U. EXPERIENCE Coming from the small country Holland to big America is quite a difference. Everything seemed to be multiplied in size: the houses, the cars, the stores. Fortunately the people are the same size, so that I am able to talk with them. While talking with everybody here, I discovered many things about the American culture. I hear about the different opinions and moralities. I see the different but very beautiful landscape and I taste the delicious American food. I love this year in the United States and I give my host family the Dickmanns absolute credit for that. We share experiences, emo- tions, opinions, and friendship with each other. They make it possi- ble for me to accept and like the American style. I think that's what a Y.F.U experience is all about. 84 LISA FLYNN - SUMMER IN JAPAN When you think of Japan, what do you think of? Tem- ples, kimonos, rice, and raw fish? How about chopsticks and community baths? Japan is this but also much more. This past summer I had the opportunity to spend ele- ven weeks with a Japanese family in Fukuoka City. Ad- justing to the customs and language differences was difficult at first but as I began to settle into my new environment the problems lessened. The first six weeks I was in Japan I attended a private all-girls school. All of the Japanese girls were required to take English grammar so I was asked to teach many of their classes. I had to spend an hour or two everyday in the third grade, supposedly to learn how to read and write. I also took lessons in Oragami tpaper foldingl, and suji lcaligraphyl. I played ping-pong and was on the basketball team. I made many friends and they encour- aged me throughout my stay there. When summer vacation began I had a lot of spare time. My family and I toured much of the countryside, flew to a sea-side resort, ate at Japanese steak houses, visited shrines, took part in festivals, and took in many sights in Tokyo. All in all, I feel that this was a priceless experience. The country and the people were wonderful and I feel that I learned a lot about myself and prepared myself a little for my future. e 1,-Y' D 1-30. --A V-'Fx 'I' if A. 1. L-I M- - ' I if isps? . ' "g hs-bv. 2 w. , E' I " E - ,, I 2 5 L .y a S I--Z LORI MOY -A.F.S. SUMMER IN GREECE Sundrenched islands. . .ancient ruins. . . beautiful people. . . lstill find it difficult to believe that I was there. For the majority of my stay, I was in a small town of Northern Greece, near the Turkish border. The lives of the people were simple and relaxed, unaffected 'by tourist and industrialization. l learned some of the language, tasted strange new foods, and danced their dances. I became a member of a warm Greek family, following a daily routine, partaking in their activities, and experiencing a new way of life. The friendships I made were and still are very special to me. My summer of '79 in Greece holds so many unforgettable memories and I plan to return in the near future. ARIANNA ATTORRESE - A.F.S. STUDENT , A . "Write your paragraph for the yearbook, Arianna, and hurry up!" lllilllilffiilll "About what?" "Oh, come on, I hope you did something different this year. , ' 'I For sure, this year in Framingham lU.S.l still remains one of the most memorable events in my life. I enjoyed the experience with my beautiful family, Marcia, Paul, Gail, Jamie, Ben, and Lucy lthe dogl Rosenberg, and the time I spent in South High School. Playing field hockey and being in the senior play "Oliver" and in the spring musical were exciting, interesting, and new experiences that gave Q 'f me the opportunity to meet nice people, to know my community. and to approach a different culture. My trips to several colleges, to New Hampshire, and to New York and my activities outside the school such as parties and the partici- pation at the "Art of Helping" helped me to understand more of the American way of life. In all these experiences I encounted new realities and I had to learn to observe. accept, and understand peo- ple and customs before evaluating. I should like to thank everyone who helped me in this successful, up and down, and constructive year which meant so much to me. . x..A.- , 5-J' :SL i' ... 4 MARCI GOLDBERG - SUMMER IN COLOMBIA My A.F.S. summer of '79 was one of mixed emotions. Since I was so quickly thrown into a whole new culture, I had a few adjustment problems. Once I got used to the different foods and climate and way of life, l began to learn that there was "life outside of the United States." I was grateful that I went to a Spanish-speaking country because it helped my conversa- tion greatly and added to what I had previously learned at South. Upon my return to the States, I had a few readjustment problems but my experience was a beneficial one and it helped me to continue life with a more worldly insight. Thanks, A.F.S. 86 I I 'S f' I. eliws 'Q ' ' 9 dr . Ji!- CRLY BERRY - MY A.F.S. EXPERIENCE My A.F.S. experience was one of the best I have ever had and probably will have. Like every A.F.S. student, I had my fears, hopes, and expectations before I came. Now, when my stay in the U.S. is almost over, l'm glad to say that most of my fears turned to be wrong and my hopes true. It is really amazing how people from different sides of the world can learn to love and respect each other the way my American family and I do. The family was one part of the whole experience, the school was another one. The students, as well as the teachers in Framingham South High were land probably still are . . .I most friendly, ac- cepting, and willing to help and explain. I met many new people and made new good friends. I guess this is what A.F.S. is all about, loving, sharing, and caring. I would like to thank all the people who helped to make my experience so wonderful. I would also like to express my love and appreciation to my family - Marci Goldberg and her parents. Q get 1 Q5' 3 vbgi -, "1 , -: . . ' NYSN gf? AL '15 1 'wx-46' 5 3 N 9 X ,y 1 F 1.3 ,ULF 'Q Q . ,. ' 4 , NV V ' T. ,. hi wg .1 ma , u"'T1 'nn I? m f k - - 2128 -..,.. nu Ili' Ill.. INV' hh! . '- Q 1 N I Ury L Qs Qr fi a hu-,n XV' uf Af, X . . ' 0: I.: " ,4"-.. 'S Nfs Q. 5. i QL ,Vg N . Q x , if ,W XXV ' "- .J Q f 'gf -I I L. 'f". 119.-,J 'Qi '." fi' .AI "' Q ,l as ,A , M. 7 jf QR- ,, ,gf 5 I '..-x' Q 4, J 1 4' 1 I, K. I my A, , v- I ,4..7' WA S X, X , I. 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MOST WILD 81 CRAZY: Peggy Russell and David Swanecamp MOST ATHLETIC: Arnold Garron and Sandy Keefe m mllllll T Q :N - ,l 'oo lf , Q l T lllllll M 5 IWXXY 1 XJ JZ T-A-, I I f Wwwff ll llnlllllnlllfllmlulllllulmmmlilll lllmllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllu' TO US As the time to part steals upon us And prepares to snatch us From the warmth that we have found together To set us adrift again, l think back upon what we have been with each other Smiles and tears rush out on memory's moon-kissed crest I remember being adrift In an ocean of faces And finding the smile which kept me afloat, The friends who kept me above the nameless tides And made me appreciate the view. We are bonded by a very special feeling Like a sunset in our lives, But youthful beauty is most fleeting And leaves but gilded memory Tinted with a tear. And as we go forth into the sea of life We have always the remembrance Of a special place where we exchanged ourselves And found that we were better for the bargain, Losing no part of us Save the anchors of loneliness and fear. So face forward with peaceful countenance, Remember us fondly as you go through your days, Not with tears for what is dead and gone But with a smile for joy that was And the legacy of happiness It leaves within our hearts Michael O'Neil Qllztsea ill We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Eighty, hereby declare this our Class Will: To all the teachers, we leave our younger brothers and sisters so you can confuse our names. To Ms. Lamperti, we leave Mark Waterhouse. To Mrs. Semple, we leave a day of 10070 per- fect attendance. To Mr. James, we leave an "I Survived Woodstock" T-shirt, a naked girl running down Rte. 9, and Miss B. To a Waterfowl, we leave Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. Baldwin. To Mr. McConarty, we leave the senior rally, the cheerleading squad, Halloween, and the words to the Pledge of Allegiance. To Mr. Bink, we leave him as the clone of Cap- tain Kangaroo. To Mr. Flaherty, we leave a quick-change FLASH suit for keeping crime out of the hallways during lunch. To Mr. Garrahan, we leave a set of laminated note cards to last another 20 years. To Mrs. Paul, we leave all our love and the remainder of our class treasury. To Mr. Palano, we leave free voice lessons. To Mr. Gaucher, we leave a free lunch. To Mr. Engvall, we leave life imprisonment in the Philomath office. To Elise and Mark, we leave a marriage coun- selor. 3 being of relatively sound mind and body, do To Dianna, we leave a Boston accent. To Blake, we leave a toupee and a bionic nose. To Lori M., we leave flat shoes. To Peppy, we leave a do-it-yourself Skinhead kit To Swany, we leave a Get Out of Jail Free card. To Paula, we leave a leash for John. To Bonny, we leave an all-bass band. To Blaise, we leave 151 and a Hefty bag. To John Page, we leave 95450 and a new job. To Bruce, we leave a school lunch. To Mouse, we leave a new leisure suit and matching gloves. To Linda M., we leave a new house. To Kenny, we leave Slim Skins. To Gav, we leave a case of Hai Karate after shave. To Mike and Nardo, we leave N.H. To the junior boys, we leave clogs. To Orlo, we leave a Mickey Mouse costume with handcuffs. To Bobby, we leave nothing. To Maureen and Chris, we leave them ten feet apart. To Danette, we leave Mikhail Baryshnikov. , J To the hockey team, we leave two new coaches. To Daria C., we leave a probation officer. To Stram, we leave a 24-hour guard for his car. To Ginny, we leave a matching black Harley, leather jacket, and helmet. To John Palmer, we leave an M-16 and a hand grenade. To Mary, we leave some D's to D. To Mike E., we leave straight arms. To the junior girls, we leave a touch of class. To Marty, we leave a mind. To Linda Gus, we leave Aerosmith. To Joyce, we leave a moment of silence. To Sue S., we leave a failure notice. To Lisa Corsini, we leave 10,000 hats. To the Andrew Gordons, we leave originality. To Mark MacConnell, we leave a time machine to take him back to the 20's. To Fleenie, we leave accident insurance. To Ruthy, Daria A., 8 Stefany, we leave 20 pounds each. To Chris, we leave a year's subscription to the Times. To Ed S., we leave a future in Memorex com- mercials with Ella. To Linda P., we leave six inches. To Maria, we leave the last driver's license in Framingham. To Soda, we leave a college with no Party- Outs. To Karen, we leave Bruce Springsteen. To Jerry, we leave a score of 10, 10, and 10. To Margy, we leave a week of being on time to French. To Sally, we leave a year's supply of Ivory soap. To Patty S., we leave some downers. To John T., we leave a British rock group that needs a drummer. To Crazy Bri, we leave the award for the winner of the Bud Man look-alike contest. To Billy S., we leave him as head of the search party for Jim Morrison. To Carolyn and Lisa L., we leave futures in the Rocky Horror Picture-Show. To Michele, we leave a gold medal on the bars in 1984. To Marsha, we leave life membership in Key Club. To the senior steering committee, we leave a Missing in Action memorial award. To Howard, we leave a copy of the record "Howie Gabor" as sung by the senior boys. To Wheels, we leave a gold-plated diploma. To Mike O'Neil, we leave a safe return from outer space. To Lisa Flynn, we leave a New Years Eve party at her house next year. To Steve Bartell, we leave a crew cut. To Duce, we leave the DIAL program. To Lori and Allen, we leave Donny Osmonds record "Puppy Love." To the entire graduating senior class. we leave a case of Visine. We, the members of the Senior Class, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Eighty, and in the witness of Framingham South High School, do hereby affix our signatures so that the above will be duly registered and carried out as signified. QT . Q sqm: XiYE Mm EQ!! wD WTWyy4v x " Q A55 Qggvvf W w qi , is Yjgw !lW"J"'85X0f'D 'we' nf 00.53 Uigbm 'W wfqkfgia E 5 ff, as ff M55 7 QEQQE 3 Wir ' w?pp5f' i,,,,AfrVS.,Luv 6066 if .E A moo A ,lli f S ' LVM? J""" Q f Wi X Xi? - Q? f 1 7 UQ gif? 30,2 S fa '49 'if 1? fm fi Ma 'Shar' 97,91 if GGCUQQ iiwwlvgy Q, Q35 owl- M . MWf I ' W f?f,,f SJW If M M my JE 'U R 20951 Q Qs If 'G 542639385 Qfiggwwgfg wffvv W 2 xg ,Wg " J k ZZ' fa' ' A-45 N ,AM WW Q 'M fra A N ' - cy U - xx f' W . 'QD " FE.- W 1, 552 T535 Q VA S. . -in E , 34 , U -lg, 'V 9 . 9 '7?-v3:VXfE,tyr"9f1OTl3-'Q . ' X LAW 4 : u g, U,e6,'.tEi Q QW gf ifw f if ,QQ X5 F55 sig wXg.dQQL i - gg, WGA 'EA W " MQ! .RQ S HW MEA ' . 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'At O y ' 5 - . , Q 0 nl , x 4 1 , , X in , X I '1 5 4 'Q I1 y- X, 'N ff 5 rv- M94 W1 H ,,..,..s,, I L f , 'CQ 5 A Y N 4 "vt:rv 159 ,ug e. V 'K F , . ,J STUDENT GOVERNMENT MEMBERS: J. Ventura fPresidentl, M. Shaffer fVice Presidentl, J. Clopeck lSecretafYl, D. Casavant lCorresponding Secretaryl, C. Coburn lTreasurerl, K. Brown, L. McKenna, P. Saponaro, E. Carpenter, L. Corsini, P. Russell, J. Gavin, S. Capizzi, A. Cohen, M. Kelly, J. Irwin, M. Jrolf, M. Declna, H. Zimmerman, D. Guerra, M. Resnic, J. Aranson, P. Mersky, J. Corsini, N. Golding, J. West, M. Casavant, M. Abelli, P. Marini, J. Martino, R. Rodberg, A. Robinson. Advisor- Mr. Zinkievich. .. T. .?'C1 " T""" - 'A-wg. W '4 M. 1 Qi f I' 7-'--4 ,.,,,.-K, fan' lb? ff 5,- Y vm- ..g if . ' A '. 7 ..',:,' nf.. li 4 , A L Q. - : if , . KI' 'A - - ' 1 ,M vig... ,mf 4 'A W JM. Z Y' av Av ,. i g A .. A l . Q ,Q . - Lv: .f fs - . V Q T . " : 'v -A . Q "" L V " A' - 1 3 T' f 1 . . A ' -.Sq 'vs-5 '1 qt A 9 Pk rpg q '7' 5, . . E . ,, , 5 , . , , i 'H 1 :W "1 'pi. 'g F ' 'Q in . rf' Y 4 2 .. Q I-. S' F F, :ik A I . 6 5. . , . . .A Y lx KEY CLUB MEMBERS: M. Silverberg iPresidentj, L. Flosenblatt tVice Presidentl, S. Raverby fTreasurerl, S. Seltzer fSecretaryJ, D. Aykanian, J. Arvedon, I. Bachman, S. Barr, P. Barry, B. Butler, L. Cardani, S. Capizzi, D. Cassavant, M. Cassavant, B. Chait, Fl. Clinton, A. Cohen, A. Cohen, E. Cohen, J. Cohen, S. Cohen, L. Dubrow, M. Elliott, L. Epstein, D. Ferrara, L. Flynn, T. Flynn, A. Friedman, C. Geschickter, D. Giatrelis, M. Goldberg, A. Gordon, P. Greenberg, C. Gustowski, K. Haase, C. Haddadd, W. Hannigan, D. Harvey, L. Hunt, S. Holder, T. Hoyt, J. Irwin, S. Kahn, K. Kranseler, S. Lander, M. Levenson, S. Levine, P. MacMilIon, M. Mallon, K. Matthews, C. McGowan, L. McGrath, S. McKenzie, M. Murphy, D. Nixon, E. Noonan, M. O'Neil, K. Phipps, M. Pokora, J. Porter, D. Raphael, L. Flosenblatt, Fl. Flosenstein, L. Sales, P. Savas, T. Seeley, L. Segal, B. Selin, G. Seltzer, S. Sharaf, J. Silver, R. Silver, J. Silverberg, T. Soderberg, J. Solari, C. Smith, Fl. Smith, B. Tersoni, Fl. Tsai, A. Veek, J. West, Fl. Wiener. Advisor- Mr. Krikorian. l L., , -- l x " xx ' F- x , , , -su., k , X3 l '13 A T 1 l Q ft' ,,,,, lx - - 'Q 'UU . , x ' in 'Q - tj xx "ii ' fl W f WW, ps, K ' i 1' LE? 1' ff- V 'fs ...WC-'! I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS R Clinton President B Selin Vice President E Car enter Secreta J Moran Executive Secre 2 - I I. . l I. - P l Wi. - I - taryl, J. Irwin lTreasurerI, A. Block, B. Butler, C. Denker, E. Geschickter, A. Gordon, C. Harrington, W. Hoyt, D. Kranseler, M. Levenson, S. Levine L. Levy, L. McKenna, K. Potischman, L. Rosenblatt, D. Rynkiewicz, C. Saponaro, E. Sawyer, B. Selin, S. Seltzer, M. Silverberg, R. Smith, P Witham, D. Giatrelis, J. Junker, M. Mallon, D. Raphael, L. Tsiros, S. Baum, M. Blumenthal, J. Clopeck, C. Coburn, K. Cullen, S. Dwyer, R. Esty, C Ferragamo, R. Griggs, M. Hayes, J. Irwin, C. Jacobs, S. Kahn, M. Kelley, L. Kleinman, E. Levy, S. McKenzie, D. Manion, G. Massey, S. Morrisi, S Mulukutla, C. Pedulla, J. Peterson, K. Potenza, L. Rosenblatt, C. Scherzer, R. Selig, M. Shaffer, C. Shevrin, J. Silver, L. Solari, A. Tucker, E. Videira K. Walker. Advisor - Mr. Quinn. . .,., . .aft ,. .i 0 .1 i t 3 li N in 5 if-ls' ' 1 SENIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS: A. Block, B. Butler, E. Carpenter, R. Clinton, C. Denker, E. Geschickter, A. Gordon, C. Harrington, W. Hoyt, D. Dranse-Ier, M. Levenson, S. Levine, L. Levy, L. McKenna, J. Moran, K. Potischman, L. Rosenblatt, D. Rynkiewicz. 288-aponargi ECSawyer, B. Selin, S. Seltzer, M. Silverberg, R. Smith, P. Witham, D. Giatrelis, J. Junker, M. Mallon, D. Raphael, l.. Tsiros. visor - r. uinn. 119 X-E" i ' Y F ,, , .g. f-'-for A F W -4 ...L - ' ' ' H K ' 'W9 i.i-mm x I K., -gl, wx 1 , '-'P E It-5 '43 . -JW V. A U1 PHILOMATH STAFF MEMBERS: B. Levy, C. Shevrin, N. Hayes, S. Holder, L. RosenbIattfEd.j, B. Chait QEd.j, S. SeItzerfEd.l, M. Sullivan, S. Garner L. Corsini QEd.J, M. Cooperman, A. Gordon QEd.J, D. Nixon, D. Raphael iEd.J, C. Chapin, D. Strachman,J. PorterfEd.y, L. Flynn, M. Silverberg fAsst Ed-in-Chiefy, K. Potischman fEd-in-Chiefy, K. Phipps fPhot.J, S. Abdulali fEd.y, A. Paris fEd.y, D. Ferrara, C. Denker iPhot.J, A. Tucker, J. Isen, S Cooperman, P. Gordon, Advisor - Mr. Engvall. "Q-llW1I" -l f"" F, 2? R ' 7 , '-'72 -. -' . T11 M il-'JI ! . L ,A . W- f M. ' ,.. ., , I Q v. , , ,,,,,,., ,ev STUDENT CRIER MEMBERS: A. Gordon lEditor-in-Chiefl, L. Levy fAssist. Editorl, P. Gordon lAssist. Editorj R Adleman, R. Bernhard, S. Baum, D. Casavant, M. Casavant, D. Casinelli, A. Clark, A. Cohen, J. Cohen, N. Cohen, cl Denker, B. Goldstein, A. Gordon, P. Greenberg, C. Haddad, B. Hannigan, J. Irwin, S. Lander, S. Mabrouk, S. Mabrouk, J. Nolan, M. O'Neil, B. Palmer, K. Phipps, G. Pogoda, J. Porter, L. Possick, B. Schwartz, S. SeItzer,J. Silver, A. Stanger, L. Takacs, L. Tsiros, P. Wade. ADVISOR - Mrs. Baldwin. In 'S ...JP 5.5 ,ft 75-7 V .-' ' I U ' I I' ' M B 1' I - lp Q'i,wr.,.1 I '11 3, in I , -. ,. "-1 I SANDSCRIPT MEMBERS: S. Kahn lCo-Editorl, D. Cassinelli ICO-Editorl, S. Baum, D. Ferrara, E. Goldblatt, A. Gordon, L. Hawkes, G. Massey, M. O'NeiI, A. Paris, S. Raverby, R. Wiener. ADVISOR - Miss Duffy. kv' PING PONG CLUB MEMBERS SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS: A. Alverio fPresidentJ, L. Tsiros Nice Presidentj, V. Dyer lSecretaryl, B. Supeno Ureasurerl, R. Allen fsocial Chairmanl, L. Cardina lSocial Chairmanj, S. Alba, W. Alverio, M. Berenson, L. Bond, E. Colurn, A. Clausell, M. Dones, V. Dyer, A. Griffin, L. Jackacs, S. Kahn, H. Lopez, N. Marquez, S. McKenzie, S. Missirt, L. Ortiz, E. Paz, A. Press, S. Flavery, S. Sharof, J. Solari, L ff-' Solari, D. Stone, M. Wane, T. Widcott, R. Wiener, M. Vega. Advisor - Miss Olano. 2 T 1 K fl f' 'f J A Ui. fi V , mx!! l ----""""" .HIE X rg? , is Q, .,.. -Q--W ' we - an .1 . 1 T' I 5 I A a F gf - - Ja 15Yf ffylk .X tr v r 'Qs S. X FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS' S. Mabrouk lPresidentJ, S. Mulikutlu qvice Presidentl, A. Gordon Ureasurerl, N. Cohen lSecretaryJ, S. Barr, L. lflfflacriman A Goldman, M. LeLievre, L. Leonard, D. Lutz, S. Mabrouk, K. Noonan, Fl. Flodberg, L. Saunders, D. Strachman, A. Veek, K. Ward. F-fiwwor - Mies Weber 4 I LATIN CLUB MEMBERS: D. Aronson lPresidentJ, J. Dickson lVice Presidentl, M. Kelley fSecretaryl, C. Jacobs lTreasurerl, L. Weiss lLatin I Rep.l, L. Cardani, C. Chapin, J. Chiappini, M. Davis, S. Holder, E. Levy, S. McKenzie, L. Saunders, C.Sherrin. R. Silver. Advisor - Mr. Binkoski. .iff-.bf - S f :L 1: 1 - -nn.. 1.- B ug I: Ti" . , 1,15- 'K' I xx Ji .2 4--Q "' 4 -af':,g Ji. .11 . ' ' GERMAN CLUB MEMBERS: L. Hunt fPres.i, K. Schwartz lVice Pres.J, P. Wade lSec.J, R. Dudek fTreas.i, K. Baer, S. Baer, O. Berry. E. Bikernielgs. G. Chin, C. Drenas, S. Eckels, M. Flanders, P. Flanders, B. Goodwin, Y. Kim, K. Kransler, M. Mallon, J. Ritchie, E. Sawyer, R. Tucnes. V. Zisis. Advisor - Mrs. Rubesky. 125 V, - -a.-A.-f-I WI vv- Ar" , Q . I X l,'DC':-912: 5 ,- f 'ii f iss . ' , . riffs. .- .A rig ., .. 1 .t Dv A ,, 5 A.V. MEMBERS: M. Forman lExecutive Presidentl, B. McCarthy lPresidentl, S. Baer Nice Presidentj, D. Bassan lTrea- surerl, P. Moran lSecretaryl, A. Amechi, T. Dallape, M. Ferragammo, P. Galvin, K. Goldberg, J. Goldberg, J. Grant, F. Hummel, D. Tarvar, R. Tosches, G. Ka- bler, H. Lewis, L. Martinelli, J. Moore, J. Oaks, B. Russel, D. Slattery, K. Taylor. K. Tibert, P. Tibert. J. Zinnino. Advisor - Mr. McCarthy. I J-. -. W -" , ...E V:,,,"i1g', -.1 ,,,' 'mg nf. . -..., . ,J . i-,-. ,H YM A L:'...1 SKI CLUB MEMBERS: E. Garry, T. Flynn, C. Rigopoulos, L. Dion, L. Fernandes, S. McKenzie, D. Geller, E. Cohen, J. Ros- sini, K. Scagnelli, L. Rosenblatt. Advisor l - Mr. Engvall. "5 C Ps. I I-if lf' ' q.' . 1 I lv Qi P"l.FTe.ot'S3 f If -Ii 126 fuk!!! i vi - A . Z .TQ Siu, is. ne 1 yy. . U Ill xiqxgjiil il .Mill THE ORATORICAL PERFORMERS SOCIETY MEMBERS: D. Tarver lPresidentJ, P. Themistocles lEx. Pub. Managerl, S. Carr lCoord. Sec- retaryj, G. Massey, A. Dire, T. Giammarco, D. Duca. Advisor- Ms. Lesser. YOU OAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU OCTOBER 78, 19, 20 SMARC PARTY .-1 F RQ' fy 7 'itrx sinn- -of ff.. SENIOR WINTER COTILLION FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 11. 1980 AT SHERATON TARA FRAMINGHAM. MASS. 4' ,, al RS 'L SN l fmt Y' 'ha-Y ' A A.F.S. STUDENTS: Orly Berry from Israel, Arianna Attorrese from Italy, and Youth for Understanding Student- Trudie Groen from the Netherlands. xl l l AFS. STUDENTS from South High: Marci Goldberg, lr' jf Lisa Flynn, and Lori Moy. 4' ' i-" R ft, E GIRLS GLEE MEMBERS: L. Adler, K. Anderson, M. Anderson, C. Akillian, O. Berry, A. Cort, D. Columbe, M. Decina, M. DeMeo, H. Esty, S. Eckels, L. Fleischman, A. Frank, M. Goldberg, E. Goldblatt, L. Goneau, A. Goldman, T. Greon, M. Harding, D. Henning, J. Henning, K. Henning, J. Joachim, J. Junker Qaccompianistl, S. Kahn, E. Kenny, S. Kenny laccompianistj, H. Kim, L. Kish, L. Kupferman, K. Lebo, L. Leonard, C. Manseau, S. McKenzie, Y. Mitchell, K. Noonan, R. Newsner, M O'Brien, B. Pearsall, E. Porcello, L. Racey, R. Rodberg, L. Saunders, W. Schwartz, T. Seeley, M. Stone, J. Swaim, K. Tomaielly, D. Tarver, M. Walkenstein, S. Weeks, L. Wyatt, D. Volanzola, P. Witham. Advisor - Mr. Perrone. AA 4.7 .355 ,AQ-.. BOYS GLEE MEMBERS: A. Chin, P. Downey, T. Durgin, A. Dyer, P. lzdebski, J. Junker, J. Junker iac-compianistj, S. Kenny laccompianisti. R. Koeing, P. Lage, M. MacConnell, J. Rivers, P. Savas, M. Seeley, I. Slovin, D. Strachman, P. Themistocles, A. Tremblay. M. Ware. T. Ware. Advisor - Mr. Perrone. I 131 . ,,,, , 2'- l gl- Ai W I 4 , Tp' L' N' 1 . ' ' 1 'gow' 21,11 -. - . ,c,', 1-T :1g,,.1ff',f 4 W is - .T 'f A - V lrfr. - f ,,.k,.,-.- Md U 1 5 JAZZ BAND MEMBERS: J. Junker, J. Junker, G. Kabler, R. Parabicoli, E. Sawyer, C. Denker, K. Phipps, P. Witham, P. Downey, P. LeMay, D. Hyslop, B. McCarthy, R. Perkins, B. Jouner, P. Savas, S. Faulkner, B. Goodwin, P. O'Brien, M. Previte, L. Adler, B. Schwartz, R. Schwartz, S. Thayer, L. Bober, L. Kleinman. Advisor- Mr. Perrone. 9 P0 l , 1, . , I ,Bi A xx". lilffwmfi MADRIGAL MEMBERS: L. Adler, H. Avegon, P. Downey, A, Dyer, R. Esty, M. Goldberg, J. Junker, C. Manseau, P, Savas, I. Slovin, J. Toto, K. Tomiaelly, P. Thernislodes, A. Tremblay, T. Ware, S. Kenny iaccornpanistl. Advisor - Mr. Perrone. 7' ff t J l 2 l . ill fl' if l 'r' 4 X 2 I 2' ' ' L 6 '..y.u AJFMYQQL. M...- llg ' , ,,' 'h . , . fiflwfl-if . sr- 3 V, A gi , ' i 'f . it iiimlfmgvf fi --K V J 4 . J, ,l I I l x Q 'xxb I mtg! .fn u l trgfllxx-'71 L X l' xl 'ikbx 2 .X VN! iz s xx lx 1 fl? X-:Hr 'v l l ACAPELLA MEMBERS: L. Adler, H. Avergon, M. Behrens, S. Brown, W. Clark, A. Clausell, D. Cort, M. Decina, A. Dyer, H. Esty, D. Filipe, T Giamarco, M. Goldberg, E. Goldblatt, A. Goldman, J. Henning, G. Hopkins, P. lxdebski, J. Joachim, J. Junker laccompianistl, E. Karas, E. Kenny S. Kenny laccompianistl, R. Koenig, L. Kupferman, K. Lebo, P. Lemay, L. Leonard, C. Akillian, S. Kahn, K. Henning, C. Manseau, G. Massey, R Nelsner, M. O'Brien, N. O'Neil, A. Press, F. Rivers, L. Saunders, P. Savas, W. Schwartz, I. Slovan, M. Stone, J. Swaim, P. Themistocles, C Tomaielly, M. Ware, T. Ware, A. Tremblay, R. Schwartz, A. Franc, Y. Mitchell, M. Walkenstein, L. Goneau, K. Noonan, R. Rodberg, L. Racey, T Groen, K. Noonan, R. Rodberg, T. Groen, J. Junker, P. Douney, M. DeMeo, D. Tarver. Advisor - Mr. Perrone. 17W 1 1 N ,N 1 l if I W 013-1 f"" Dba MIXED CHORUS MEMBERS: L. Adler, C. Akillian, K. Anderson, M. Anderson, H. Avergon, M. Behrens, O. Beery, A. Chin, W. Clark, D. Columbe, D Contrino, A. Cart, D. Filipe, M. Decina, M. Demeo, P. Downey, A. Dyer, S. Eckels, L. Fleischman, A. Frank, K. Gannon, T. Giamarco, M. Goldberg, A Goldman, L. Ganeau, E. Goldblatt, M. Harding, D. Henning, J. Henning, K. Henning, M. Hayes, J. Joachim, J. Junker, J. Junker laccompianistl. S Kahn, T. Durgin, E. Kenny, S. Kenny laccompianistl, R. Koenig, L. Kupferman, P. Lage, K. Lebo, L. Leonard, M. MacConneIl, S. McKenzie, Y Mitchell, K. Noonan, R. Newsner, M. O'Brien, B. Pearsall, K. Piselli, E. Porcello, T. Groen, J. Rivers, C. Rivers, L. Racey, R. Rodberg, L. Saunders P. Savas, W. Schwartz, A. Seeley, M. Seeley, L. Sheridan, l. Slovin, M. Stone, D. Strachman, R. Strachman, J. Swaim, D. Tarver, P. Themistocles. D Xglanzola, Vllgallcenstein, M. Ware, T. Ware, S. Weeks, J. Wright, L. Wyatt, P. Witham, M. Zucker, H. Esty, L. Kish, A. Tremblay. A. Ellis. H. Kim visor - r. errone. DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS: L. Levy IPres.I, T. Giammarco IVice Pres.I, K. Tomaielly ISec.l, M. Forman ITreas.l, D. Anes, C. Akillian, J. Arvedon, . Bauman, S. Baum, M. Behrins, I. Bachman, K. Baer, M. Balmforth, L. Bergman, B. Butler, S. Carr, D. Cassinelli, W. Clark, S. Clopper, J. Cohen, . Cohen, J. Convery, R. Dakai, L. Dickman, L. Dipho, T. Durgin, A. Dyer, S. Eckels, H. Esty, A. Ferragamo, C. Ferragamo, M. Ferragamo, . Fleischman, D. Fortier, S. Fox, A. Frank, C. Gerome, A. Gilbey, M. Gildor, E. Goldblatt, A. Goldman, R. Goliger, A. Gordon, T. Groen, N. Hayes . Hawkes, M. Johnston, J. Jones, J. Junker, G. Kabler, E. Karas, S. Kasten, J. Kelly, L. Leonard, J. Lis, D. Lutz, B. Levy, L.McGrath, S. Missert, . Motschano, M. Murphy, M. Murphy, D. Nixon, K. Nolet, N. O'Neil, B. Pearsall, H. Pederser, J. Peterson, A. Press, D. Raphael, R. Rodberg . c.1JJJr'ZUJ 'G Rodenhiser, R. Rosenstein, N. Ryan, L. Sales, R. Selig, M. Sharrigan, N. Sharrigan, C. Shevrin, I. Slovin, C. Smith, W. Smith, N. Snow, . Souhlaris, J. Sussman, K. Swindell, S. Thayer, P. Themistocles, K. Tibbert, P. Tibbert, A. Tremblay, R. Tsai, D. Valanzola, A. Veek, T. Vermette, M. Walkenstein, M. Ware, D. West, M. Yost, M. Zolides, C. Assa, A. Bastman, E. Bean, B. Chute, D. Felipe, M. Forna, L. Goldberg, S. Goldstein, L. Hawkes, Y. Kim, L. Martinelli, G. Massey, M. McConnell, P. Mullen, Y. Nochez, A. Paris, K. Phipps, I. Rakin, J. Rossman, R. Story, D. Tarver. ADVISOR - Mr. Sosny. 'Q-A4 UI I . TT I If f-" "" ' MUSIC CLUB MEMBERS: J. Junker IPres.l, L. Adler Ivice Pres.l, S. Kenny ISec.J, S. Sleeper ITreas.I, C. Akillian, R. Allen, K. Anderson, S. Apkon K Baer, S. Baumen, M. Behrens, L. Bergman, B. Beshears, W. Clark, A. Clark, D. Columbe, D. Contrino, D. Cort, K. Daley, M. Decina, C. Denker, P Downey, A. Dyer, S. Eckeb, A. Ferragamo, D. Filipe, L. Fleischman, S. Fox, A. Frank, T. Giammarco, E. Goldblatt, A. Goldman, G. Godan, T. Groen L Hawkes, N. Hayes, B. Henderson, J. Henning, D. Hyslop, J. Junker, G. Kabler, S. Kahn, L. Kleinman, M. Keller, E. Kenny, L. Kupferman, P Lemay. L. Leonard, D. Lutz. S. Mabrouk, G. Marder, G. Massey, K. McKinstry, D. McManus, Y. Mitchell, P. Motschman, D. Nixon, K. Noonan, J Oosterman, B Pearsall, G. Pogoda, E. Percello, T. Pruyn, L. Racey, C. Rivers, J. Rivers, R. Rodberg, E. Sawyer, W. Schwartz, K. Shukosky, A. Silva I Slovan, R Smith, M. Stone, D. Strachman, D. Tarver, S. Thayer, P. Themistocles, P. Tibbert, K. Tomaielly, A. Trembly, M. Wlkenstein, M. Ware, C Wriqht, L Wyatt, D. Valanzola, L. Saunders. ADVISOR - Mr. Perrone. 154 Q IN- Henning, D. Henderson, M. Lazar, S Pellegrini, S. McKenzie, J. Rossini L. Saunders, D. Capello, D. Cusack J. Ruben, J. Conlon, G. Seltzer, M Lawless, H. Thayler, B. Russel, R Joscnes, M. Carroll, J. Fishman, N Pearson, J. West, C. Efthem, E M. Molherin. rxffizfffwa ..'. , If U . ' mf-, , - J, 1, .. E l JU D -A 4 ,I f 'W Q S 'Y J J 1 . ,tel J V f r ' ' 1 ' ' 5 fi x ' gg my . . ..?,.3'1.2 lm 3qr,"fq " 31.2 N ' "1 Jaw" - 'KJ ' P -Tm CHEERLEADERS: J. Berardi, M. Decina, J. Delany L. Epstein Ca t L Fl T lL:ygrQnCRpC?1avrthgeriqC. eoigrigk, D. Goidrick, P. Marcona, P. allay? Mobyerg' L. . . e ua, . esnic, . aporetti 4Capt.J, L. Seel ,C.W ,L.Y ' i.. Lundnoim. ADVISOR - Mrs. samiiii. ey ynne usmones' Iii H211 'th' if wwf: - .ar 3 POM POM GIRLS: S. Carroll lCapt.l. N. Sharrigan lCapt.l, K. Henning, J. i Karas, G. Hopkins, L. Henneberry. N IN IN " 135 W ,je . V V1 1 . -L9 33:54. K I L COLORGUARDS: R. Azoulay, C. Chapin, S. Dwyer, C. Ferragamo, S. Finn, S. Garner, L. Gouch, K. Hamilton fCapt.J, L. Mansur, M. Morrison, M. Murphy, B. Pearsall, W. Schwartz, Fi. Selig, D. Sliney, C. Smith, C. Teschner, M. Walkenstein. W VA" "1 . T U "Pi 'Ll K..7'lA'H , X 'f-6,24 ii' 4 Q I1 4 . it Eiga f 6 saw ',v:, f. 4 11 Q MAJORETTES: C, Coburn, T. Collins, L. Comerato qBand Majorettej, C. Gannon, M. Goldberg, C, Haines ico-capri, K. Kenney, S. Marino, L. Racey, C. Seariac. 991 Q . N 'Mn 4 H xvxi' f O N I l ' X ' 1 5 '2 , f-42:3 fig' ffsii 5 fgfa f N' XVYQ'-'B 153+ 'f' E' ,K X - x Nm.. , :gl M xy, W - - .. ,... ... 'K'-3-Q...g 5 if A -V EJ i""" xiL'J2f25'f9'u' ,Q H.. Q C .. W' i -J .,,,- ...,, gg- G W.-.iw,, 'fiigzhEh i9! Q9 H -. , Q we .Q-were r ff. ? fe IU? RlZi...0k.. C. .4 4J6.,,,. 4 4 - awrfff-fA:..w ..--f'm wi is - or -M -- I Q HA- J. ...aun-'.- 4 M". ' 2' ' ra -'5' r"..+.h'fak. ' BAND MEMBERS: S. Sleeper IManagerl, K. Lightbody IAssist. Managerl, J. Oosterman iLibrarianl, G. Kabler qAssist. Librarianl, L. Adler, S. Apkon, R. Azoulay, K. Baer, M. Behrens, J. Barlow, D. Bassan, L. Bergman, L. Bober, L. Cardoni, A. Cheffers, C. Coburn, P. Collins, L. Comerato, E. Conte, S. Cooperman, M. Curnen, M. Davis, S. Degozzaldi, S. Degozzaldi, D. Delprete, C. Denker, S. Faulkner, A. Ferragamo, D. Fortier, A. Fox, C. Gannan, M. Goldberg, R. Goldblatt, R. Goliger, B. Goodwin, G. Gordan, K. Haase, C. Haines, K. Hamilton, G. Harding, R. Hawkes, M. Hayes, B. Henderson, M. Holl, D. Hyslop, W. Joiner, J. Junker, J. Junker, M. Keller, K. Kenny, L. Kleinman, L. Kupferman, P. Lage, P. Lemay, G. Marder, S. Marino, B. McCarthy, D. McManus, A. McNally, Y. Mitchell, J. Nadeau, P. O'Brien, C. Page, K. Phipps, B. Pearsall, L. Racey, P. Savas, M. Savell, E. Sawyer, B. Schwartz, R. Schwartz, C. Seariac, N. Sharrigan, K. Shukovsky, l. Slovan, R. Smith, E. Spencer, R. Story, A. Swotinsky, D. Tarver, C. Tesch ner, . Thayer, T. Tivnan, R. Tobey, T. Ware, E. Weitz, P. Witham, P. Witham, J. Cohen, R. Perkins, B. Chute, T. Dallape, R. Parabicoli, M. Previte. ADVISOR - Mr. Perrone. .1 i1 "" he-sy-no ,,Q,. -. . !.?' A , . f N4--' Yijiir 11:11 gh, I C4 xt .dv I l....i X 'Arf'.x'A URCIIESTRA MEMBERS L. Adler, S. Apkon. K. Baer, J. Barlow, D. Bassan, M. Behrens, L. Br-rqfr-.firl L Carrlonl, A Cheflers, B. Chute, J. Cohen, M. Davis, D. Delprete, C. Denker, J. Dickson. 5 Faullrrmr, A Ferragamo, D. Fortier, A. Fox, R. Goliger, B. Goodwin, G. Gordon, M. Hayes, B. Ilffnrlrfrzfin D Hyslop. P lzdepski, J. Junker, L. Kleinman, L. Kupferman, P. Lage, P. Lemay, K. lifgl'rlDOf1y .J Lis, E Martin. B McCarthy, A. McNally, Y. Mitchell, P. Moran, J. Nodeau, J. Ooster- rrmrr P O Brien. B Pearsall, K. Phipps, C, Page, B. Ross, P. Savas, M. Savell, E, Sawyer, B. Surifffrrrz R Smwrartz. K Shukovsky, I. Slovan, R. Smith, R. Stery, A. Swotinsky, D. Tarver, S. Tmfffr T Irfnzin E Weitz, P Witham, P. Witham, S. Cooperman, M. Previte. R. Hawkes. ADVISOR - Mr Pr-Vfrjflrg Q., V ,- 'fin I BAND PLAYS AT GOVERNOFVS DEDICATION OF NEWS BUILDING J Pl .ff Nuwmzwiz N' ' eg. " LIVQK DECENIBER I3 -14 -15 I , f f X 15, 4 X 7 x .112 S N 'flt Q .Qua- f 2 QW of J K' 1 A 'Q 1 .'ll1 ' - - . ' l . r . - f Cjj . I 59 rt u KN7 - Q1 O SE SE - CD .. 6 Y 07 441 f ' , fl I 'i x Q '. t". NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP LETTERS OF COMMENDATION: C. Denker, D. Galvin, A. Gordon, W. Hannigan, K. Hanson, C. Harrington, W. Hoyt, K. Kranseler, L. Levy, M. O'NeiI, D. Rynkiewicz, B. Selin, S. Seltzer, M. Silverberg, D. Tobey, L. Tsiros, P. Witham. I. Ill! . ig, I Sv" -,. -45-'5 RS n. Ifvif fn I ,I vi NAI MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SEMI-FINALISTS Peter Wltharn and U xl :ir-I '2 Nr,-rl I I I I I vw' I I n .' '- s- 14 , . - 'f Y " I I ' A 1 - , I L I lf ' ,. 5 9 I H 1 n Q COMMENDED BY THE NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR OUTSTANDING NEGRO STUDENTS: Jeffrey Hall and Stefany Holder. - . OEIIIQEQIRA gi -, ,IK . Alhlsi I :fr CDQPUOV HONORED IN NORTHEASTERN DISTRICT MUSIC FESTIVAL: A. Dyer, L. Kupferman, B. McCarthy, B. Pearsal, E. Sawyer. Director- George Per- TONS. .5 I 'i ,-,av 45 I V QQJ LIT" 5 DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AWARD: Christine JEWISH WAR VETERAN AWARD: Robert Clinton. Harrington. A fm Aff' fx ,.....,- ' ,nov I I A ' SCHOOL COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVE: Katie Phipps. REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE: Marsha Silverberg. 143 BAND PLAYS AT STATE HOUSE ,f +9 4' -:L tb SP1 Asian Tj 1. 5 'Ai 1:-ski, 'U ' V vf Q fl N , 1 i f X llfv E Af as ff" Rf! A . 1 ,A x A M A b f ix' ,wh lk ' A A 111' ' I .. f . ff , . 1 I 1 K - V A . jf FN, . Nmgw -ax? Q-Wil I F' I 4- 1 F Y. 'Jn fl Jw. L a is. 3 'ki , i 4 jf FN Q -4 iw' 2 , , ,I 2, I ,V A 9, , Zi K V, x x , X , QM...Mim-A M kx-Kiwis ..,f 1,1 N .nf ,ir Q? Q9 0 f , Cir -:S 3 IV, f :A 'Q an Q ,,,,,., . .M . f, xr 'X i 1 wr 1 3 'N "L 6:2 wg!- ff. f A Ag 'Af r.. an .3 f f U , 135-'-'E Y- ' I Ii d,.,......, 'Q :ui-vii . 4 NX '23 AU an 4841 P' Q-xi' 2 4 sv Ju: Fr' R R .J-A gh ,4 X. x X N xr JUST FOF? KICK-S 01? . e. i!"f1-a Lf- " 2-X49 ' .' . I +4Qx?kze,'Ih,: ' A V: Ay V . I V ',... D., Q K. I ,, can, , V -' H i- . W 1st row: E. Amechi, J. Palmer, W. Villa, A. Afonso, L. Borges, S. Barr, K. Read, R. Dudek. 2nd row: F. Castellanos icoachj, W'-P. C. Afonso, L. Borges, D. Donahue, E. Cohen, S. Holt, P. Barry, P. Mahoney, J. Bober, B. Clinton. "var T E--":""v.'i A N - .1149 '- H LC M -WI 'im' V 'J lgggjnj A. f.-4 yvlqi H 'I - Q I , .f 'J x - . .J F , , 7' 7-N Q I I!! . - I all 1 ' - " 'C k fri. ' 'Q The Boys Varsity Soccer team put a lot of effort into their games this year, and have a good record to show for it. Almor Afonso was selected MVP for the team. Captains for next year are Steven Holt and Donald Donahue. Wifi ' 9-J A ' . - ,f ' y-'?'4l'5.., 1 S4 i St- ..- Q Xl 1 'L JBA' . - A Q I, "gf: N A. '4-t I a. I ' 'V A' ' 0 It pp. A . N , L, 3 1 N' 1.. .Lt r 5 .. .-vnu , ' r " ! .-4 x' 5 P l , "5" ' X 1 Q '4 1 ... as H X f'1""' N . . 'Ir' .filfmia N- s - .. .5-" ' ',sfQg' 41, .4 f: b ., It . ' ' " 1- fo' .- 1 "' -- 1" M . lf. D - 1 'V .-X ' A 5 W' gi-,L I db l A 1 -4 - , V . CT- - .-v' .... 'vw -,- 2 'tho In . 3. I ga .J 1... 5-K ' . l Wx' 4, i K . .nw '- , -i izgw, Dedham North Norwood Braintree Needham Wellesley Milton Walpole Natick Dedham North Norwood Braintree Needham Wellesley Milton Walpole Natick vw, . Aa? f' re 'Q' rf, -, . Q 31421: , 3535? Q .:'-ol-riff ' 1 r r, W 1 4111i . Q E i 5? 1 ,Q 3 11. A TEAM RECORD: 8-6-4 Opponent South 2 2 0 1 1 4 1 1 4 O 1 O 0 1 0 2 0 2 O O 2 O O 3 1 1 4 O 3 0 0 3 1 2 1 0 S':'f."lf 1' i wRL5TLNl e Q ' 1-'1- ' X ...-----"1 ' ,Q.A ii! 1 JV lst row: A. Gilambato, S. Jnaveri, C. Hayes, S. Capizi, E. Videira, J. Durkin. 2nd row: B. Abbott, J. Peterson, J. Silverberg, T. Hoyt, T. McCorry. 3rd row: P. Jung, B. Goodman, M. Goldberg, E. Hayden, R. Rojas, D. Avery lcoachl. fn, Q 'quo c'f 1 7, 4.0 1' L11-f 3 Freshman lst row D Marmer, N Goldberg, J. Gannon lco-captq, D. Wulliams lco-capt.l, D. Planchette, D. Nixon, S. Thomas. 2nd row D Zanella, M Seeley, A Cneffers. T. Conlun. C. Hams, J. Ablondl, D. Donnelly, S, Nicolim, M. Willingham, T. Bowles fcoachj. GOLF Vg-ap., p-...H f M fbi? 'tg ibn. 374' x ,fu ev' K V Q. 3-,N Jlfhw R. Bell Qcoachy, B. Goldstem qcaptl D. Gentiln. C. Ballas, P McGonagIe, T. Broseghini, D. Stewart, A. Robmson, T. Sulln- van, M, Brown, A, Montalbano, PQ Hyman. 151 GIRLS SOCCER 1st row C Hanson D West L Flosenblatt S Levlne loo captj B Chait foo-capt.l, R. Smith, L. Thomas, C. Saponaro 2nd row D Delprete A Swotmsky K Scagnelll J Pnllerella, C. Maslonis, C. Callahan, H. McGill, S. O TEAM RECORD OPPONENT Dedham 3 North 0 Norwood O Braintree 1 Needham 1 Wellesley 6 Keefe 0 Foxboro 2 Dedham 3 Norwood O North 0 Braintree O Needham O Lunenberg 1 Wellesley 4 Marlboro 1 Keele 1 3 D A r,Q'iz.g1'2gf'.Q 4 K ev I7 A sf 'b " 4 QQ Y QQ" ln s J. S-I ' fl' 'N -cr , HQ.-0 XX i N I f 0 v i O if U C C-57- Q- .-- ga- , ., V -ww 5-:53TS"5"' +. +55 Xi, -TQ?-.Q 'Rab:2R.ai'k. ' 7-1 Mia.. XxxxNNxxXWNXXwx50 'Fgdfgy vvibilax .' .+ 1 X www W we 9"'n4,3iimng. ee K 1.. mas: ' wigwwanqz- ws dw- 1- inn'-" V, KNAW qi,,..4,1wm.5,4z ' , r"'1.. Xmxxxx tl g1g1i'QUUN3!ii!'Wi0 Q 1 r X mv --Aman!!-Qhlnwx 0 , 1 Z.. . W v , va WQORQPKOIBNNVQSQQ --sv, V 4 , HNXXXX ' v mf Mig-v.fQr51:dQQjv4,'f..jL . H nv ' 5' A - ' 5 . X. , I Q '4 -2' 'A ' . 1 Q l .. Y 4 I :Vx X ' 5 I ,Q ' xf . 'vu S ! ll QA SP' , 'V 'e - S, f -'H g , M- . . " ' 'Q-. ,ne f H.-K 'gl-' ' . H55 5 jiixlx'-' L 7.75 f" Q vi. Ev-Agffv al- V ' fiiS3'.,.4a511fe - WW wi i .S-. -'XPGI F Kyli- 1st row: L. Racey, K. Precious, S. Apkon, S. Jhaverl, L. Fernandez. 2nd row: K. Nolet fmgrj, Y. Nochez, K. Cullen, A. ' 'L 5... s Emerson, J. Ahearn, M. Behrens, S. Foster, S. Goldrick, J. Croce fcoachj. . f ,K . 153 4 rv ...fha 5 .. FOOTBALL Emi' K , ' ' I . . ' ,A - f A . , -- - . ' . f-- . . Y ,Q u ' . - , - ' - ' -I' 'A ' " H.. ' , bf' '-" . .. ' 1st row: M. lronfield, J. Flinter, T. Cronan, J. Altobelli, M. Hobin, K. Gerome, M. Ferragomo, J. Bloomongdale, A. Garron foo-capt.l, D. Grain qco-capt.l, Fl. Taylor, B. Cairney, J. Grant, J. Carroll, J. Conlin, E. Bikernieks, N. Ayuso, T. Hinton, H. Getson. 2nd row: J. Diatelevi lcoachj, J. Magri, D. Garron, J. Dones, B. Dawson, A. Gonzales, D. Gray, D. Slattery, J. Dones, T. O'Leary, B. Jachowicz qcoachj, Fl.Krasner, B. Crowley, B. Chalmers, R. Scheider, B. Morrissey, T. Stefanini, D. Bierne, A. Garron, E. Burkenpas, T. Carey Qcoach. 3rd row: U. Barreira Qtraineri, J. Finn lcoachy, F. Velez, J. Jachowicz, J. Antonio, M. Tucker, M. Zaffino, L. Simpson, G. Swanson, J. Cannistraro, C. O'Neil, D. Jones,N. Murphy, M. Rivera, S. Jones, M. Wall, A. Chaves, D. Guerra, P. Nicoli, B. Butler, R. McDevitt lcoachj. 'sa 22 f.1,'25fi277 fi-Zf'5f"j .. . ... .awaaxw' 4 fl lU4Af0W -1.. . A -iii ,ff The Varsity football team with captains Arnold Garron and David Grain displayed a record of 3-7. Chosen as MVP for the team was Ar- nold Garron. A highlight of the season was the upset by the Flyers over Natick at the Thanksgiving game. -Ev X Q L-4 I hAHford Dedham Braintree Needham Wmpme Nonh Norwood 1Nmmsmy Mmon Nahck ' x s S dl' TEAM RECORD Q -K ' 7 N dv I . OPPONENT SOUTH 20 32 22 O 14 38 29 26 45 18 28 16 42 8 18 8 29 20 23 34 2? I, . l.,-'- l I i.. 41 - . 5 .. V . b 'fi , I 15 wel U "na- v. .,-.V 'x Qxirhq A f - li Ass. Coach Finn, Fr. Coach Arnold, Fr. Coach Walker. Inter, Coach McDevitt Trainer U. Barreira. Ass Coach T. Carey, Head Coach B. Jachowicz, Ass. Coach J. Diatelevi. 155 u 5 S INTERMEDIATE TEAM av my 'ff - '. -5 Y lst row: J. Antonio, S. Jones, R. Krasner, M. Wall, K. Gray, M. Tucker, B. Butler, T. O'Leary. 2nd row: J. Finn lcoachl, M. Zaffino, N. Murphy, F. Vellez, B. Crowley, E. Burkenpas, E. Beirne, L. Simpson, R. McDevitt lcoachl. 3rd row: J. Steffanini, A. Gonzales, D. Jones, B. Morrissey, R. Scheider, B. Dawson, M. Rivera, J. Chalmers, J. Jachowicz, G. Swanson, C. O'Neil. FRESHMAN TEAM lst rowz J. Sullivan, E. Peterson, J. Whelen, M. Pleshaw, J. Irwin, B. DeFlumerie, J. Connally, R. Giles, T. Swanecamp. 2nd row Coach Arnold, A. Bastman, A. Small, M. Shapiro, C. lronfield, T. Flinaldo, J. Haynes, E. Martin, S. Kantar, G. Hagget, M Mortimer, M. McOuade, Coach Walker. 3rd row: A. Bagley, B. Joiner, C. Drenas, R. Koenig, E. Scnieman, J. Snow, D. Burke, S l-lotyckey. FIELD HOCKEY 2 'fn un" ,' LP if vgij ' Yqikdi 1st row: L. Potenza, M. Sullivan ftri-capt.l, S. Keefe qtri-capt.i, S. deGozzaldi itri-capt.J, C. Harrington, D. Flynkiewicz. 2nd row: L. Kizik, B. Supino, K. Potenza, L. Takus, C. Tersoni, T. Abell, K. Cullen, C. Cronin, J. Levine, C. Keefe, M. Fougere, J. Joiner, S. Loyd, E. O'Brian, K. Walker icoachi. VARSITY TEAM RECORD 5-9-4 OPPONENT SOUTH Dedham O 2 North 2 1 Norwood 4 0 Braintree 2 1 Needham 2 1 Wellesley 1 0 Milton 1 1 Walpole 3 1 Natick 0 1 Dedham 2 0 North 0 2 Norwood 1 1 Braintree 1 1 Needham 1 1 Wellesley 2 0 Milton O 1 Walpole 4 2 Natick 2 4 Q' 12 X 12 J -in N9 ilgle-J 'fr ' 1 X5 f JI " C r. 5, L5 - The Varsity Girls Field Hockey team posted a record of 5-9-4, their highest scorer being Mau- reen Sullivan. MVP for the team was Chris Har- rington, and Sally deGozzaldi was selected for the All Star team. . 157 l 4 x QC? 7 Ks i Q I X 0 4.3 ff ,Iv-7--ff f---- - . .g,,,gtQ7f ,- -nv 5, . H Y. 341.03 in wwfm -- 0 b. er .N -nyc, . 1 v - - . p 1 . 1 7 . . ' W w a -3" F-1 uf .ar . X - .ua1llv",' 7. " ix 1. ,. 7 V I , . J 3A l ff 1 im 'E 1-4. : f ff -.,.-g, U, ,,. , 71- , .- '.' f x- lr. 1 ' X'j.S,' ls. 5 'W - .1V .1 wifi?--,A - ff-. 4 -, , .V A' ' ,Q r'4i'?:7"f,'f-"T'?uQ'1y. 'Wx ', . N , ""?1 4,91 -- ,.' -1L'.4i,,.-'jg' gggyg. ..' 5 . 't ' 'x 'tvyig-yi,i'4,', sg , I ff. 'T' rw. ' M' "5, -X5 ,, a v 1 HQ fi: is f A V392 md - " ' K I s Y- Ll' 2 gg l L 1 ,,f..4- l ,Q .- N X U f .4 1 A X JV team: 1st row: L. Hennanbery, B. Morris, C. Badger foo-capt.l, S. deGozzaldi fco-capt.l, M. Upham, S. Keefe, M. Blummer 2nd row: K. Cohane, S. Gannin, L. Abrams, P. Croatti, B. Henderson, J. Schreiberg, J. Sydow, L. Bloch, E. Clinton, M Guardiani lcoachl. Freshman team: 1st row: P. Morini, J. West, K. Noonan, M. Abeli fco-capt.J, J. Chippini fco-capt.J, C. Rigopolous, J. Sussman. L. Ferrara. 2nd row: J. Fischman fmgr.l, J. Keily, N. Golding, E. Gary, D. Gasset, J. Kirby, G. Hopkins. J. Martino, E. Karas. A. Attorese, M. Carroll fmgrj. Missing: S. Gonfrade, L. Dellamora. 'HUM " BUMP. . .SET. . .-SPIKE! 3- K ,J 1st row: P. Pleshaw, J. Moran too-captl, G. Clark ico-capt.l, P. Borghi tco-capt.l, M. Campo. 2nd row: C. Franklin icoachj, T. Groen, S. Gladstone, L. Pass, M, Sullivan, C. Harrison, A. Tucker. TEAM RECORD: 15-3 ' ' A A K 6 i K 1 Q I 4 .. Opponent South V s ' ' Q-5 Dedham 0 2 1 A 1. - i North O 2 Norwood 0 2 Braintree 2 O Needham 0 2 Wellesley O 2 Milton 1 2 Walpole O 2 Natick 1 2 Dedham 1 2 North 0 2 Norwood 2 0 Braintree 2 O Needham O 2 Wellesley O 2 Milton 1 2 j Walpole 0 2 Natick O 2 This year our volleyball team played very competitively to bring our record to a 15-3 mark over all. Because of our great ability to work as a team, we entered the division I tournament, which we finished in a very pleasing posi- tion for our first year in this tournament. Outstanding senior players were Paula Borghi, Mary Campo, Ginny Clark, Trudy Groen, and Joyce Moran. The outlook for next season is very good and we wish them a lot of luck. 160 - l i ' i E 5 f ff , G+-Q4 ,. 1 H JV Team: 1st row: Fl. Denado, J. Gross, L. Weiss, J. Carpenter, C. Fritz, T. Mann. 2nd row: C. Franklin lcoachl, L. English, J. Ablondi, J. Wright, J. Mcmannus, Y. Mitchell, A. Ellis. X is I Q. icg if -f U 3- A so J"?i4'fv M x cf x 'gi 'x I SI, gf' ef 1' . any gg -:g-:J BORN TO RUN 'J 159 IT! M 1' SQUTH f svniwl 5QQTH SQUTH C Q41 Cross Country team: 1st row: M. Curnen, Y. Kim, J. Williams fco-capt.J, A. Gordon fco-capt.1, A. Bloch H Kertzgens J Cairney, C. Jacobs. 2nd row: Coach E. Daniels, B. Palmer, J. Clopeck, P. Gordon, A. Velasquez, D. Bloch D Forgione P Tibbert, A, Steigner, J. Kelly fMgr.i. 55523 on i"". AQ IE! :QUTH l i c 1 J Eid l SLUTH 4 squid G9 C3 IF! sguvh CD SQFE, t ,A X iqxqrl I l.,ib tv' z, Z- .1 Rf 00,9-5 J 'wwe-Vim ji. 5 . 9 ff- 3 G I "av 9 il I A, -. W fllf'5llqff1li X 'X f fl' 5 fb , , ' 2 JI' wx- + ' J if XJ . ' if' uf,-gg., I A J ." S .Q TEAM RECORD 7-2 OPPONENT SOUTH Walpole 35 21 Norwood 30 25 Wellesley 31 24 Milton 34 22 Braintree 33 22 North 26 29 Needham 29 28 Dedham 21 36 Natick 35 23 iii w ill 163 ' ' A"'4.n,2. LIFE IN THE FAST LANE Y 0,05 six 'A ll .37 xr' Girls swim team: 1st row: J. Ventura, H. Avergon, M. Harding, L. McGrath, E. Carpenter. 2nd row: R. Esty, B. O'Grady, L. Ftosenblatt, P. Leddy, K. McConarty. 3rd row: H. Zimmerman, K. Baer, V. White, E. Weitz. 4th row: E. Kummongs, S. Tsongas, C. McGowan, M. Casavant, Fi. Fanger. 5th row: Mr. Perrara fcoachj, J. Byrne, C. Malhoit. TEAM RECORD: 4-5 Opponent South North 105 66 Leominster 27 46 Gardner 102 70 Needham 42 40 Wellesley 95 77 Dedham 71 102 Dover-Sherborn 96 75 Norwood 27 49 Natick 63 108 The girls swim team's record for this season was 4-5. Chosen MVP for the team was Jenny Ventura, who placed fifth in the state championships. Their freestyle relay placed sixth in the Eastern Mass. Champs, and P.B. Leddy, in the 100 yard freestyle was twelfth. S Qi ,,,....,....--In-' 'SX 'X If . x ,QQ 4 Asia x ' '.., .si -- X :ff . , my? 'sh 1'-if " 643 , ,Egf- X 'Ng BOYS SWIM TEAM LAPS BSL ,lllllll ' Q 1 J L 1st row: L. Tsiros, I. Slovin, B. Butler, J. Keefe lco-capt.J, J. Taylor loo-capt.l, S. Faulkner, S. Cohen, W. Eddy. 2nd row: C. Melhoit lcoachl, T. Hoyt, C. Halliday, S. Oakes, J. Jachowicz, S. Cooperman, D. Chaiken, R. Perreira Qcoachl. 3rd row: G. Chin, T. Harding, T. Sullivan, R. Baker, B. McCarthy, T. Scalzi. Q ,L 1-4a.,.. "- aff-fiif' "' , Ig f gn' ,A b. -f u V if ,, ef F' I '- .1 v -Q-ov' , It I ' Q .. I V ., 5 '- .1-, ."' I TEAM RECORD I SOUTH OPPONENT North 110 59 Leominster 55 40 Needham 57 32 Weston 85 87 Dedham 94 78 Wellesley 89 83 Norwood 54 41 Natick 104 67 BSL RECORD 6-0 OVERALL 7-1 166 X The boys swim team displayed prowess as they swept the Bay State League with a 6-O record. More than half the team competed in the State meet. Jerry Keefe and Rob Baker also succeeded in making it to New Eng- Iand's. NO SMJKING i 'X fs, I t 1 B 515, -Mi A it i nf if - . . - . -.4 e ,f ..- V' .A TW f A Y fi af' A5 AJ. 4 A J 'Ei 5 4 -VJ lf ... --15:5-. 11...,,,m S 'MB , 1 if, ' H 'A 1.7, BPS-,,' f V ' - . - 53.6 ...,,: . f . x U.. Q . M" yi .I ---..., ' E '- if f .1 I . S I f 'x..yg,"' I .Dj 5' L... 'x . - . - . -'- 515' Egix-"X ' atwagyi-xxx 'T .1 'u 1 - 'T V N -.--pt 'G-ga . " . . ll-up ' 'TQ f I- 2 ' ' ' ' 'Sf u ' 1 . ' VARSITY HOCKEY .' .3 U i - f 'snr ,- 'vs 1- - ,- 1' V HAM . : , A 5 wi? Flys' 1 - 4 1. -'in ' ' x txt? N "' N my N Ji! 3' .l ii.3w,.f 3 I V ' I '7' -V 1 A", 4 i M 1 if I Y 'K Ani? PRN' N' . . L. ,z iffl .""Q4,4f 44:1 'sh X V I - at ' 'I I Z3 A cl 'lf '1 . A x gsm !! If. 1st row: R. Parabicoli, B. Cairney, M. Leonardo ltri-capt.l, B. Dawson ltri-capt.l, S. Giatrelis ltri-capt.l, K. Read, C. Bagley. 2nd row Coach Carter, Coach Bell, FLC. Pignoni, B. Tersoni, P. Taglianetti, R. Tosti, Coach Binkoski, Coach Donahue. 3rd row: F. Piso, L Simpson, M. Mullin, B. Dawson, J. Tosti, P. Farese lmgr.J Missing: J. Gavin. The Varsity Boys Hockey team played a strong season this year, posting a record of 9-5-3. Steve Giatrelis was chosen MVP, Blake Dawson was selected for the Legion senior award, and John Tosti received the Tiger Mitchell award. All Stars for the team were Steve Giatrelis, Mark Leonardo, and Peter Taglianetti. Milton North Wellesley Needham Walpole Dedham Braintree Norwood Natick North Milton Wellesley Needham Walpole Dedham Braintree Norwood Natick 168 TEAM RECORD SOUTH OPPONENT 4 1 6 2 4 0 5 4 4 3 5 5 1 5 O 7 2 3 8 2 4 1 2 1 6 4 3 1 2 4 4 4 4 4 1 3 'N N X S Q' 1542 4 J ,, .tx I - Q1 M Qi QI!-1' A E f"""" X 5,- Lu. ,m,,,, ,N N MJ A 0 i ff' x '14 H.. H 'm' ,3A' i im 'SG if QR 5, Q 4? 3 X it ff' fa ' ff' .2531 if 9' km j QA , gd ...J Jig ,lf 'ix . 'f If C' ' f '. ly ., fb, 1 - 2 'F ' :C C-.I ff . it X X K ! y 'qvf V f H: v me Ps I E Q. V55 7- '-iQjl,,, :HA 1.15-I .8 I :ix 4' A - -:N 'SNC' ',, I rp, . 4 . if ,f If , ',"1,XN . M. I -.,- 41 4 ,,bo?f. ' A YAY? Qi, AEI E5 ... 1 L JV lst row: T. Ouirk, M. Foley, R. Saponaro, N. Murphy, S. Duane, C. Carroll, R. Flynn. 2nd row: D. Guerra, G. Drake, O. O'Flourke, C. O'Neil, M. Hobin, M. Blumenthal, G. Marta, Coach Binkoski. 4 , l ,. l Ill, 'if "'?x?,u ' AM K " -A' 5 "l 3 - x ll- lar row .J Hall D Marmer, S Saponaro, C Manlno. J. Irwln, C, Manino, D. Planchett, T. Swanecamp, B. Fernly. 2nd row: P. Seariac, J. Ablondi, L. TUIVIHIHY B Dawson, M FuIIer,J Hunton l ffl BOYS VARSITY WRESTLING ,,,,ll. l 5 . , " '- V 'Vw i 4. 1 5,4 ' 'haf 1-.,!...,s3 , .A W 3 5 ,ily ir... A' -ve,--" X U ,Q 8431.4-V awk' l - rl A , I' ,H , ihasbnmtr- .-.-v s.f 8, .,.. 1st row: M. LaChance fasst. coachl, M. Morrison fmgr.J, S. Baum, K. Gerome, R. Baker Qcaptl, M. Ferragamo, W. Connery, K. Larson icoachl. 2nd row: B. Goodman, M. Selig, Y. Tsiros, R. Taylor, S. Jones, D. Donahue, S. Durkin. l i South's most valuable wrestler had an outstanding season in his senior year. Russ Baker, wrestling in the 188 pound category, won the Division I North Central Sectionals and went on to place second in the state tournament. Russ is a three-year varsity wrestler, and captained the Flyers this sea- son. C59-'-P I TEAM RECORD SOUTH OPPONENT Algonquin 23 45 Lincoln-Sudbury FORFEIT Dedham 2 60 Walpole 12 45 Needham 28 42 Keefe 25 29 Braintree 20 44 North 13 48 Milton 7 42 Ayer, Marlboro 9,29 24.34 Norwood 18 32 Wellesley 29 26 Natick 26 37 The wrestling team had a disappointing record: how- ever, the Flyers possessed a great amount of spirit. The team has several underclassmen, who should provide a bright future for new coaches Matt LaChance and Keith Larson. The Flyers received outstanding performances from Russ Baker, Ken Gerome, Dave Whalen. and Wally Connery. BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING --ir! D I 9 S 'Rel' 1 A I t 13' 'I 'Et fl, ,L vm, 'V f'M'4'a'H " -X P -. K, X1 1 .. f ,i' 4 VI , if 1st row: M. Iannou, D. Bowles, J. Gannon, M. Mortimer, K. Larson fcoachy. 2nd row: M. LaChance Iasst. coacnj, D. Whalen, C. Wright, D. Morrison, S. Jnaveri. 1-4 -of ? GIRLS G YMNASTICS 'wi he if -4 A. Clarke, P. Mersky, G. Silver, D. Vittori, C. Coburn, J. Colman, Mrs. Robbins lcoachj, D. Sampson, D. Walker, K. Fleynard, D. Columbe, A. Cohen. G. Vignola, J. Morrissey foo-capt.1, M. Cooperman foo-capt.J, D. Capobianco. Missing: D. Chasson lasst. coachy, L. Weitz fmgrq, W. Schwartz lmgrq, E. Kenny, M. Morrisson, S. Bowman, M. Thibault. -Q, This year the girls gymnastics team displayed a lot of depth. and some new Freshman talent was found with Andrea Clark and Gina Vignola. The team posted a 6-7 record. TEAM RECORD SOUTH OPPONENT Holliston 73.75 65.57 Wayland 75.55 53.1 Needham 95.1 92.8 Walpole 98.05 97.45 Milton 93.65 90.95 Norwood 100.15 97.3 Dedham 92.0 109.5 Natick 95.25 97.15 Wellesley 95.95 72.9 Braintree 94.3 122.7 Walnut Hill 96.05 71.6 Milford 98.15 91.1 North 102.1 114.9 IT KEEPS YOU RUNNING . . . IRG .HF 8 A ull.. iLJl'. ga ' :Pi : ' !."luB .4 1 Q I t . .. , a 5 fu, 5 as - Nl 71 J A f F' ' " 4 .,f,..f!'.'! - A f -'-W ...ii .jvggfvgr , 13' 'I jim, 'I 1 gl W Y Ay . 'fir 715. if V h W, A ' - .7.--ef , :Q . '?' T A Ltihsgr 1st row: E. Amaechi, M. Levenson, A. Block, A. Garron. J. Bloomingdale lco-capt.j, A. Gordon loo-capt.J, J. Grant, Y.M. Kim, H, Kerstgens, B. Villa. 2nd row: P. Gordon, T. Leech, J. Clopeck, D. Garron, S. Moran, B. Palmer, M. Goodman, A. Velasquez, B. Butler. 3rd row: Coach Torosian, P. Flanders, C. Masionis, C. Fuller, S. Jhavari, L. Mansur. Missing: S. deGozzaldi, Fl. Smith, C. Jacobs, D. Casavant, L. Flosenblatt. Q3'f.!t,'?g , 9 fxbh 1 .y iffy! Though consisting of a small team, the indoor track team displayed their strength in finishing off the season with a record of 4-4. Selected MVP for the team was Arnold Garron. The team placed third in the state meet. TEAM RECORD SOUTH OPPONENT Braintree 37 48 Needham 34 51 Dedham 33 52 North 55 31 Milton 47 39 Wellesley 57 29 Norwood 37 49 Natick 46 40 GIRLS South 50 Ashland 34 Holliston 11 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL lad 9-ef ,... fs. :qr L I Fi I Qt, I - xfiuif! Ninn, f'.::.'.'rf"!:,'.2z1?' Q5-Tiff vm 1st row: L. Kelly lmgrq, S. Dwyer, S. Keefe foo-captl, S. Levine qco-capt.l, V. Vignola, S. Kenny, Mr. Kelly lcoachl. 2nd row: C. Gustowski, D. Delprete, L. Kisik, M.B. Fougere, B. O'Brien, A. Offenberg. Although the Girls Varsity Basketball team this year was small, they supported each other well, completing this season with admirable effort. Sandy Keefe was selected MVP for the team. r ,I br U ff A.- ', ' .J 178 J .- ,, Braintree Walpole Wellesley Milton Norwood North Needham Dedham Natick Braintree Walpole Wellesley Milton Norwood North Needham Dedham Natick TEAM RECORD SOUTH OPPONENT 23 78 26 41 32 57 25 44 16 49 34 51 35 68 25 60 34 48 30 73 26 53 14 41 20 46 29 64 53 52 24 64 24 43 42 57 1 Q x 4 Q-FL 7'X A ! . Al rein' I I s f' , i 9 x Q P 1 341 J i ' i WI .4 I .pal r jgwgg. Q. 1 sh 1st row: M. Donez, A. Swotinsky ico-capt.J, S. Keefe fco-capt.J, S. Gladstone, L. Bober, Miss Bradley icoachj. 2nd row: A. Griffin, P. Blair, C. Harris, M. Flanders, M. Lazar, V. White, S. Apkon fmgrq. f T"--uv S J .0 C . A 'ENN 'F Freshman 1st row: i. Gray, S. Natoli, J. Jones, M. Abelli ftri-captj, J. Anearn ftri-capti, C. Haddad itri-capti, K. Scagnelli, N. Keyhayes, K. Precious. 2nd row: K. Zontini, C. Rigopoulos, A. Foster, K. Noonan, K. Kelley. K. OBrien. S. Belforti, A. Emerson, J. Horowitz, K. O'Neil, C. Nolet, K. Cullen. -H SHOOTING STARS l X 'iriiiimiii' ' '-ff 'f 7175 1st row: B. Selin, C. Harris, E. Noonan fco-capt.J, M. Pokora qco-capty M Goldberg K Matthews 2nd row Coach Moresi H Lewis W Hay P Savas, M. Elliott, J. Bober, T. Soderberg, T. Williams, Coach Sudmeyer Braintree Wamom iNeHeQey Mnmn Norwood Nonh Needham Dedham Nahck Braintree Wamom iNeHe9ey Mdwn Norwood Nonh Needham Dedham Nnhmk TEAM RECORD SOUTH OPPONENT 55 57 70 42 42 45 62 44 68 46 54 58 62 60 58 71 40 63 45 56 73 31 67 70 62 49 49 37 41 40 55 42 34 37 55 52 ,, A! . qu. 'H--1... Q X l 5 f --. f :N .vi 'Gr ..-,...,.... ...-. ,ff all 'QV litr: ' !f"- V Y "7 I W? Y , Q ra ' '-:li I-?.'l' 5 4 S U 3 ' Z' 15,1 1:3 Q X E4 , d , A N , , . wjfu 'R Xu 'J A P' Kish' 2 fx e 'X .. , . , 1 1st row: G. Kuo, P. Nicoli, M. Raditz, M. Pokora, J. Peterson, R. Taglianetti. 2nd row: Coach Sudmeyc-ir, M. Phipps, P. Farrand D. Burn, A. Garron, J. Stefanini. W I I Sp I asf' S- ,,,! 54 A1 Q S Q. 'ff i ,f .P ., 11,P'r...,i, ..'f f - 5... tis. :.. g,.,.l.. 'ski-iff. .-MM,.,,2,..,..,L, P - "1 44 "f"x'.. ' .wx 'W Erin-42. . ,c x -fl' , ,A dw! v kg N g. ,I . . 1' '51-.P xr-, ... u' -i . W in , ,fi Eu 2 1 . Liu.-I-2. X Li: . - 'J Av V1 VV NW' -gg v v 1 -Y w U i' 'IU' v L? Sophomore 1st row: T. Coburn, A. Chaves, F. Velez, M. Resnic, D. Giro, M. Ferro, G. Marsh. 2nd row: J. Gilman, M. Rivera, T. O'Mara, T. Hoyt, G. Hand, B. Wright, J. Croce fcoachl, Howie fmgr.J. ,Q g gy. "'WGHHy -H NM i A WMNINDAQ mmm '- E 1 0 ET . ..i ..e - ' ' os' "1 ,i 'V J lr- .. , 4 ' i -Y ,,, -'cf isi row R Hoaks, N Goldberg, R. Zupan, J. Klein, S. Nicoli, B. Deflumeri, S. Hotyckey. 2nd row: P. Zupan, M. Curran, K. Ryan, J. Whalen, P. iNf,iirmfririger, D Horwitz 3rd row Coach Muscato, R. Koenig, P. Galvin, E. Schneirnan, J. Kaplin, C. Henry, C. Harris Qmgrj. 15111 3 " . . sf, 1 fx - g v ,. ,n2,Sv,' , x-1 s- , 5 - x , ' ,. X 'Q J . we -fi-1 F' "- ir' J Q o ' 'Q n l , ., JNW' s , - ' Q " ' '- gf 'G . f .1 ,, .g, V v 1 ' s P 'v . f 5 2 I 5 f,,t . Y 2-j X w 'f :K N? f 'ha N x. -, E ,, , xa J A n ,.. A A ri' kai . 'N 251 A -1 -'E 'avi' ' j :gi - J . A Ag K A A if ,n.qag-..'1 : , 'A A J! , b . 'Q 4 A MW!!! J , , 5 Y. f 1 2 ' X' ' f v' - .41 'J. ' A I .- f f Y! 7- ww E X , 1 ,. ,inns 'u-bn' 5, .1 Sk 7 A , , 5' f ' ' QQ- .. O ' kg- 'A 1 1 Klf , -N f ,3' L ff . as-2' n ' s , A ,-ax, X , -.fa nf, , -Q3 Q S 'x. x XX S :Ga-Vx' 'W D It f ' 'il' ' 4 O .',, ,D ' ,: - 4 1 J S-an . ,, J "Q rn 'ag-1.9-, 5. .', ' 1 -0 . QD fo.- X. S 4--Q 3? 1 Axiil lil- .f-O" X il QL.. -r"i' . 4 .-,. A :4"1 'LZ- . . .-,, 5544 :tx X 1. . -v H - nv- ar,- V-'W if . 6 L ' x , J... ,... M xblw Ei' I si.: ' .' Qx '. u QW 1 -Ju V -. - Q 1 o . 'o'. ' ,sk ,f ...Vg P s 1 fl ,-...gs-lb'- ,nga- . - nr. 1-X2 S.. 9. 1 n ' L FT TQ' 1.-D Q MV p, Q D ,. ' A 'x . F-...n 1: 1 I' in 95" :,.A 1 x X m x xx' J is CQ I3 X f e f N Congratulations to the Class of 1979 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. Cthers will seek positions in industry, trade, business. We, at Den- nison, congratulate you on your past accomplish- ments, if your future plans call for steady employment or summer work, we'II be glad to discuss your problems with you. 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J.M., - THANX FOR ALWAYS LISTENING AND BEING THE BEST - M.C. X J I I ..--4 'Y' Gait' I N G4 NN.- 4 . .e bf an i . , ' Si. Sf ii r -J N H , 1 f X jx Ni! ' .gl 1 S 1 Q X .. PGH X I Q , . A . , J -15 U .1 a ' - -" "xx .2 qw,-1-rx'--' '43 N 'Ubun- .rx-4""l1W Q ,aun- 'xii ,ff Jxkw 49' ,QF 'libs , 3 'TIEIH l SOHAILA ABDULALI French Club 33 Music Club 3: Student Crier 3: Philomath-Faculty Editor 3,43 SMARC Party 3,42 Whole World Celebration 3,43 Senior Play 4. MICHAEL C. ABLONDI Hockey 1.2.33 SMARC Party 43 Rock Band 1,2.3,4. BRIAN J. ABT Soccer 1,21 Basketball 1,23 Baseball 1,2,3,4: Student Council 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Spanish Club 1.2,33 Prom Committee 33 Christ- mas Project 2,3.43 Intramural Basketball 2,3,43 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,43 Ping Pong 1.2.33 Se- nior Rally OOMPA LOOMPAS 43 Variety Show 3,4. LISA JILL ADLER School Pianist 2.3,43 Music Club 2, Treasurer 3: Vice President 43 French Club 1,23 Marching Band 43 Musical 1.3.43 Senior Play 43 Winter Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Spring Music Festival 1,233.43 Madrigal 3,4. ALMOR AFONSO Junior Varsity Soccer 1 1 Varsity Soccer 3,43 Cap- tian of Varsity Soccer 4. MARY E. AHEARN Outdoor Girls Varsity Track 2.3,43 Ski Trip 3: SMARC Party 3,43 Homeroom Representative 1.23.41 Steering Committee 1.2331 Superteams 3: Prom Committee 3. CAROL ANN AKILKIAN Senior Play '3Oliver" 43 Music Club 3,43 Drama Club 43 Musical "Music Man" 33 Spring Music Festival 2,3,43 Musical "Mama" 4. EBERE AMAECHI DOROTHY AMARAL BETH ANDERSON DINA ANDERSON DARIA L. ANES Drama Club 2,3,4: French Club secretary 1,2,33 Music Club 33 A. Cappella 2,31 mixed chorus 23 steering committee QHR Repl 13 SMARC party 3,43 Music Festivals 2,32 International Christmas Party 1.2.3. DAVID ANTOBENEDETTO ROBERT ARMITAGE DEBRA LYNNE ARONSON Latin Club 1,23 Secretary 33 President 43 Key Club 2,33 The Crier 33 SMARC Party 3,4. KIMBERLY ARTHUR iq.. nv 1 1 B .cg 'I A ARIANNA ATTORRESE Field Hockey 43 Senior Play 43 Steering Commit- tee 43 AFS Club 43 Spring Musical 43 Follower of football games 43 Rally 43 Exchange Student From Geuove, Italy 4. HOPE AVERGON Music Club 3,43 Madrigal 3,43 Drama Club 3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Senior Rally 43 Swim Team 43 Ind. Arts Fair 23 Musical "Musicman" 3. DAVID AYKANIAN Soccer 1,2,3,4Q Key Club 43 Rock 'N Roll Club 1,2,3,4. NELSON AYUSA Track 1,23 Football 2,43 Basketball 2. RUTH AZOU LAY Christmas Project 43 SMARC party 43 Candy Sale 2,3,43 Record Sale 13 Color Guard 43 Rally Committee 43 Yearbook 43 Bose 43 Bermuda 4. INA R. BACHMAN Drama Club 1,3,43 SMARC Party 43 Key Club 43 Crew for Musical 3,43 Layout Editor-Philomath 33 Speech Club 23 President of Art Club 43 Vice President 33 Member 1,23 Latin Club 1,33 Glee Club 1,23 Mixed Chorus 1,23 Candy Sale 1.2.3. BEVERLY BACON J. KEVIN BAER Basketball 1,2,33 SMARC Party 2,3,4Q Key Club 43 Candy Sale 2,33 Candle Sale 33 Lacrosse 13 German Club 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CHRIS C. BAGLEY Hockey 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,3,43 Ski Trip 43 Vari- ety Show 43 Rally 43 Intramurals 43 Super Teams 1.2.3. RUSS BAKER Football 1,2,33 Wrestling 1,2,3, Captain 4: Christmas Project 43 Art Club 1,2,3,4: C.B. Communications Club 2.33 lntrarnuraIS1,2,3,4. CHRISTOPHER BALLAS Basketball 1.2.33 Golf 1,2,3,4, M.V.P. 4: SMARC Party 3,4. I. MICHELL BALMFORTH ,I WANDA LEE BANNOCK Band 13 Drama 13 SMARC Party 3,43 Lacrosse 2: I Candy Sale 2,33 Coloring Book Sale 4. A Qi? Il .i I I DAVID A. BARBADORA Candy Sale 1,2,3,4Q Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Guidance Aid 1,2,3. RONALD BARNES Baseball 1,23 Band 1. SCOTT BARR KEVIN J. BARRY Basketball 1,2,33 French Club 1,23 Ping-Pong 2,33 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 3,4. STEVEN BARTELL EDMOND BEADES DIANNE BEAL RICHARD BECKER MARIA MARTHA BERGIN Latin Club 1,23 Field Hockey 13 Softball 1,23 Fashion Show 23 Candy Sale 2,3,43 Candle Sale 33 SMARC Party 33 Christmas Project 33 Steering Committee 2,33 Prom Committee 33 Car Wash- Bake Sale 23 Rally Committee lskitj 43 Homeroom Representative 33 3rd Prize Sandscript Short Story Contest 4. JAMES BERNHARD, M.D. Freshman Soccer Captain 13 JV Soccer Captain 23 Varsity Soccer 33 Class President 33 Captain Bonging Club 1,2,3,4. ROBERT BERNHARD MAUREEN BERRY ORLY BERRY ERIC BIKERNIEKS Football 2,3,4. JACQUELINE BIRCHLER THOMAS BLACQUIER NATHAN BLANCHARD ANDREW L. BLOCH Cross Country 2,3,43 Indoor Track 3,43 Outdoor Track 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 13 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,4. JEFF BLOOMINGDALE Student Government 13 Soccer 13 Football 2,3,43 Track Captain 1,2,3,43 Indoor Track Captain 43 Yearbook Staff 2. 3 wx ,, r- Kb Y JEFFREY Bossa ADELINO Bonees PAULA JEAN BORGHI Volleyball 1,2,33 Co-captain 43 Softball 1,23 Se- nior Rally 43 SMARC Party 3,41 Homeroom Rep 1,2,3,43 V.B.T. 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4. DEBORAH BRADFORD LISA ANN BRANDOLINI a JV Cheerleading 23 Candy S Ie 2,33 Christmas Project 1,2,3. KEITH BROSNAHAN KATHLEEN A. BROWN Basketball 1,2,33 Field Hockey 1,21 Softball 13 Hockey Manager 2,3,43 Lacrosse Manager 3,43 Student Government 3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Steering Committee 3.4. BARBARA BUSHEE PAUL BUSHEE BRENDA BUSHEY TINA BUSHEY BRIAN FREDRICK BUTLER Boys swim team l,2,3,4Q National Honor Society 2,3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Key Club 4: Drama Club 1,4. 51 JOANNE BYRNE BRIAN P. CAIRNEY Baseball 1,2,33 Captain 43 Hockey 1,2.3.4: Ski Club 2. JANINE CALLAHAN MARY CAMPO MICHAEL CANNISTRARO Baseball 1,2,3,4Q Football 1,23 Steering Commit- tee 1,2,3,43 Senior Rally - Oompa Loompas 4: Intramural Basketball 3,43 Intramural Volleyball 3,4. DEBRA CAPOBIANCO Gymnastics 1,2,33 Captain 43 Swimming 2: Di- ving 23 Rally 43 SMARC Party 3,41 Ski Trip 4. THOMAS CARLSON JEFFREY CARNEY ELISE A. CARPENTER Steering Committee 1,2.3,4: SMARC 3,43 Senior Play 43 Student Government 2.3.43 National Honor Society Secretary 2,3,43 Spring Arts Fes- tival 33 Basketball 1.2.33 Softball 1, Diving 1,2,3,4. Candy Sale 1.2.31 Ski Trip 4, JAMES CARROLL Football 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1.2.3,4g Wrestl-ng 1. SHEILA CARROLL JOANNE CASEY 213 'G .,,, wg DARIA CASINELLI GENEVEVA CASTRO JAMES P. CAULFIELD Christmas Project 2.3, Ping Pong 2,43 Baseball 1,23 Intramural Basketball 2,43 Cross Country 1. DAVID STUART CHAIKEN Swimming 1,2,3,43 Ping Pong 1.2. BARBARA B. CHAIT Girls Soccer 1,233 Captain 43 Girls Basketball 1,3,4, Captain Junior Varsity 23 Girls Softball 3,45 Key Club 3,41 Steering Committee 2,3,43 SMARC Party 2.33 Christmas Project 3,43 Drama Club 1. CYNTHIA C. CHAPIN Colorguard 3,4, Christmas Project 3,43 Latin Club 3.4, SMARC Party 4, Yearbook Staff 43 Candy Sale 2.3. Record Sale 1, Rally Committeei Skit 4 ROBERT CHOUINARD LINDA JEAN CHRISTIAN Ski Trip 2.3.4, Varsity B Team 1,2,3,43 Varsity Cheerleading 1,2.3,4, Steering Committee 1.2.34 Class President 1, Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Beach Day 1.2.3.4 Baseball Manager 2.3L Music Club 2.3 AMY MICHELE CLARK Science Club 1 Drama Club 1.2, Music Club 3.4, Student Crier 4 Intramural Foreign Language Fair-Club Representative 3. Senior Play 4, Va- rif-ry Sliovv 4, Musicads l,4, Class Fundraisers 1 2' '14 Ltiristrrias Project 1 sf' it VIRGINIA CLARK Track 1, Volleyball 1,33 Captain 2,41 Christmas Project 43 Rally 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,41 Candy Sale 3,43 Color Guard 33 Beach Day 2,3,43 Car Wash 2,33 Variety Show 4. VALORI CLARKE JEFFREY CLIFFORD MICHAEL CLINTON Soccer 1,23 Hockey 1,33 Lacrosse 23 Ski Trip 2,43 Variety Show 3,43 Christmas Project 43 SMARC Party 3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Super- teams 33 Yearbook 43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. ROBERT CLINTON Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,33 President 43 Christmas Project 3,43 Cambodian Feed the Famine 43 Steering Com- mittee 3,41 Key Club 4. ALLEN R. COHEN Tennis 1,23 Most Improved Trophy 33 Captain 43 Soccer 13 SMARC Party 43 Key Club 43 Ping- Pong 43 Intramurals 3,43 Senior Play 4. DAVID COHEN STEVEN COHEN ROBERT COLONNA LISA ANN COMERATO Soccer 13 Softball 13 Majorettes 1,23 Feature Twirler and Drum Majorette 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Beach Day 3,43 Baseball Game 23 Majorettes Co-captain 2,32 Christmas Project 13 Italian Club 1,21 Vice-President 3. REMO CONIGLIO JOHN CONLIN MAUREEN THERESA CONNERY Candy Sale 1,2,33 Candle Sale 33 Record Sale 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,4. CYNTHIA RAE CONTI Softball 13 Basketball 13 Steering Committee 1,23 Candy Sale 1,2,33 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Coloring Book Sale 43 Candle Sale 3. MICHELE COOPERMAN Gymnastics captain, MVP 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Track 13 Christmas Project 2,3,4Q SMARC Party 3,43 Philomath 3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Rally 43 Super Teams 23 Candy Sale 1,23 Color- ing Book Sale 43 Fashion Show 13 Senior Play 43 Spring Arts Festival 3. ORLO COOTS LISA CORSINI Softball 1,23 Swimming 1,2,33 Steering Commit- tee 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4Q SMARC Party 3,43 Christmas Project 2,3,4Q Spring Arts Festival Head Chairman 33 Philomath Underclass Editor 43 Latin Club 1,23 Student Government 3,43 Homeroom Representative 2,33 Rally 43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Publicity for Class 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 4. CHRISTINE COX MARK CUERONI TIMOTHY CURRAN ROSALIE DAKAI TIMOTHY DALLAPE THOMAS DAMERI BLAKE W. DAWSON Hockey Captain 1,2,3,43 Soccer 33 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 2.3.42 SMARC Party 3,41 Christmas Project 43 Italian Club 1,2,33 Variety Show 3,43 Rally 4. SUE DAY ANN DECENZO SALLY DEGOZZALDI Field Hockey 1,23 Allstar 3,41 Captain 43 Indoor Track 1,2,3,43 Outdoor Track 1,2,33 Captain 43 Secretary of Class 2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Ski Club 1,23 Music Club 2,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Spring Arts Festival Chairman 33 Superteams 1,2,3. JEAN DELANEY LISA MARIE DEMARCO Raffle Tickets 1,23 Candle Sale 33 Candy Sale 2,31 SMARC Party 3,43 Car Wash 2. ANNMARIE DEMARINI Volleyball 13 Candy Sale 2,33 Office Aide 33 Record Sale 2. CLIFFORD MARC DENKER Marching Band 1,2,3,4Q Concert Band 2,3,43 Jazz Band 3,42 Orchestra 2,3,43 JV Tennis 2,33 Music Club 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Yearbook Photographer 33 Staff Head 4: Stu- dent Crier Photo Editor 3,43 Musicals - Orches- tra 3,4. RANDOLPH DEWAR ELENI DIAMANTIS JEFF L. DICKSON Lacrosse 1,2,3,4, Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Latin Club 1,2,33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Rally 43 SMARC Party 43 Christmas Project 43 Student Government 1,2. MARY DIEHL VALERIE DIMATTEO Fashion Show 1,2,33 Candle Sale 43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 4. CRISTINA DIMITRIOU RICHARD DOLLIVER PAUL EDWARD DOWNEY South High Jazz Band 2,3,43 Marching Band 1,2.3,4Q Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Musical "Irene" 13 Music Club Member 2,3,43 Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,4Q Winter Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Musical "Mame" 43 Madrigal 43 Boys Glee 43 Mixed Chorus 43 A Cappella 4. MERRILL B. DUBROW Baseball 13 Tennis 2,3,4Q Ping-Pong 43 Inter- mural 43 Drama Club 1,2. DAVID DUCEY Tennis 13 Ski Club3 Lacrosse 2,3,43 Ski Trip 4. RICHARD T. DUDEK Soccer 1,2,3,43 Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,4Q ln- tramural Basketball 2,3,43 Basketball Manager 1,23 German Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 43 Steering Committee 1,43 Office Aide 13 Pep Squad 1,2,3,43 Audio-Visual 3,4. THOMAS DURGIN Drama Club 43 Music Club 43 Chess Club 1,2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Musical 43 Latin Club 2. VANESSA-MARIE DYER Record and Magazine Drive 13 Candy Sale 23 Candle Sale 33 Coloring Book Sale 43 Yearbook Advertisements 43 Guidance Aid 1,2,3,4Q Career Aid 1,23 Fashion Show 13 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Secretary and Treasurer 43 Winter Cotillion 4. WAYNE EDDY Ping-Pong 1,23 Ski Club 13 Swimming 1,2,3,4. DAVID ELKINSON Intramural: Volleyball and Basketball 1,2,3,43 Ping-Pong 43 Spanish Club 1,2,33 Candy Sale 3,4. MICHAEL R. ELLIOTT Football 1,23 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse Cap- tain I,2,3,4I Key Club 43 Ski Club 1,2. ELIZABETH EPSTEIN CYNTHIA ESTY KEVIN FACCHINI MICHAEL FAHEY JOSEPH "PEPPY" FARESE Football Co-captain 1,23 Lacrosse I,2,3,4Q Hockey 1,43 Key Club 13 Vice President 2,33 Vari- ety Show 3,43 Yearbook 43 Christmas project 43 SMARC Party 43 Ski Trip 43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Car Wash 23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4. i' TY I P rs wh :lift-. .T y 9 A I .T -I I ,J I 'I X' 'sw wha' Y Q STEPHEN W. FAULKNER Football 13 Band 1,2,3,4: Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Swim Team 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Jazz Band 3.4. Spring Musical 3,43 Ski Trip 2,4 MICHAEL R. FERRAGAMO Football I,2,3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4: Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 43 SMARC Party 43 Rugby Tri- captain 1,2,3,4. DEBORA DEMELO FILIPE Girls Glee 1,23 Mixed Chorus 1,2,33 A Cappella 2,33 Musical 2,33 Prom Committee 3g SMARC Party 43 Drama Club 1,2.3g Music Club 1,2.3. LISA M. FLYNN Steering Committee I,2,3,4Q Ski Club Treasurer 1,2,33 Pom Pom Girls 13 Cheering 2,3,43 Key Club 43 AFS Japan 33 SMARC Party 3,43 Ski Trip 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA FONSECA JOSEPH FORRISTAL JOHN FOX VIRGINIA FRANDSEN LEE FREEMAN DOROTHY FRIEZE DAVID FRITZ 215 HOWARD GABOR Tennis 1.23 Lacrosse Manager 33 Lacrosse 4: Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Steering Commit- tee 1.2,3,4g Latin Club 1,2,33 Variety Show 3,43 Rally 43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 SMARC Party 3.4: 80 Bash 3,43 Senior Play Usher 43 Candy Sale 1.2.3. MISON GAINER RICHARD GALANTE DAVID GALVIN SUELLEN GARNER Color guard 2,33 Rifle Captain 43 Steering Com- mittee 1.2,3,43 Homeroom Rep. 1,23 Volleyball 33 SMARC Party 3,43 Ski Trip 33 Rally 43 Track 23 Girls Glee Club 23 Philomath Senior Section 43 Car Wash-Bake Sale 23 Industrial Arts Display 13 Fund raising Sales 1,2,3,4. MAUREEN GARRAHAN ARNOLD GARRON Football 1.3, Captain 2,43 Basketball 13 Indoor Track 3,43 Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4. JAMES J. GAUTHIER Soccer 1,2.33 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 2.33 Ski Trip 2,3,4, Swim Team 1,23 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4. JOHN CHRISTOPHER GAVIN Student Government 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Rally 4. I I t,-:il 'Atl' 4 I I I . L KENNETH ALLEN GEROME Football 1,2,3,4Q Wrestling 3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,33 Latin Club 1,2,33 Junior Classical League 1,2,33 SMARC Party 3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 Rugby Team 1,2,3, Tri-Captain 4. EDMUND H. GESCHICKTER JR. Soccer 1,2,33 Basketball 23 Track 1,23 NHS 2,3,4Q Key Club 43 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 43 Homeroom Representative 43 Ping Pong Doubles "B" Champion 1. SETH GETLIN DANIEL N. GIATRELIS NHS 2,3,43 Basketball 2,33 Tennis 2,33 Hockey 13 Latin Club 1,2,33 Key Club 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN J. GIATRELIS Freshman Hockey 13 Freshman Lacrosse 13 Var- sity Hockey 1,2,3 Tri-Captain 43 Varsity Lacrosse 2,3 Tri-Captain 4, Latin Club 33 Steering Com- mittee 1,2,3,43 Senior Rally OOMPA LOOMPAS 43 Ping Pong 1,2,3,43 World Fair 3,43 Intramural Basketball 3,43 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,4. JOHN GIOMBETTI JEFFREY GOLDBERG MARC S. GOLDBERG Basketball 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Key Club 43 Ping Pong Club 2,3. MARCI LEE GOLDBERG Vice President of Class 13 President of Class 23 A Cappella 1,w,3,43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Madrigal 2,3,43 Spring Musical H 3 I -tv 1,3,43 Senior Play "Oliver" 43 Variety Show 3,41 Christmas Project 1,2,3,4I Candy Sale 1,2,3,4j JV Tennis Captain 13 Varsity Tennis 2,33 Captain 43 Majorettes 2,3,43 SMARC Party 33 AFS summer in Colombia 33 AFS Host Family 43 Paul Savas 3,43 Basketball Scorer 2,3,4. ELLEN BETH GOLDBLATT Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Music Club 2,3,43 Sandscript 3,43 A Cappella 2,3343 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee 1,2,3,43 Various Sales 1,2,3,4. BRADLEY GOLDSTEIN MARIETTA GOLGATA DAVID GOMBERG Basketball 13 Tennis 1. LESLIE A. GONEAU Ski Club 1,2,33 A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,e,43 "Irene" 13 Cheerleading 33 Blood Drive 33 Ski Trip 2,3,4. BRAD GOODWIN CYNTHIA GOODWIN AMY ELLEN GORDON Christmas Project 3,43 Class Fundraisers 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Brown University Book Prize 33 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Philomath 33 "Rap '79", "Rap '8O" 3,43 Sandscript 2,33 Se- nior Play 43 SMARC Party 33 Student Crier 1,2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 43 Superteams 13 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents 33 National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 33 Cable T.V. Show with South High Students Participating 43 Boston Globe High School Focus Team 43 Beth Am Temple Youth 3, Treasurer 4. ANDREW JAMES GORDON Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Drama Productions, Stage Manager 2,3,43 Senior Play, Technical Director 43 Student Crier, Feature Editor 3,41 "Rap," Pro- ducer 2,3,43 Ping Pong 43 Music Club 33 Year- book 43 Magic Club 13 Chess Club 1,23 Work Study 43 B.U. Journalism Seminar 43 WGBH Media Conference 43 Variety Show 4. ANDREW S. GORDON Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Captain 43 Indoor Track 1,2,3,4, Captain 43 Massachusetts State Student Advisory Council 3,43 French Club 2,3,4, Trea- surer 4g Key Club 3,41 Steering Committee 2,3,4Q Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Outdoor Track 1,2,33 Tennis 43 SMARC Party 43 Christmas Project 43 Ping Pong Club 1,2,3,43 Yearbook, Sports Editor 4. ROBIN S. GORDON Drama Club 13 J.V. Basketball 23 Volleyball, Manager 23 Candy Sale 2.33 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Fashion Show 13 Girls Glee Club 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Rally Committee 43 Bermuda 4. DAVID ALAN GRAIN Candle Sale 33 Candy Sale 4: Basketball 1.2.31 Football 1,2,3. Captain 4. JOHN GRANT Football 1.2,3,43 Indoor Track 1,2,3.43 Basketball 13 Spring Track 1.2.3.4. JONATHAN GRANT MAUREEN GRIFFIN TRUDIE GROEN Volleyball 43 Drama Club 43 Music Club 43 Senior Play "Oliver" 43 A.F.S. Club tY.F.U.l 43 Musical "Mame" 4. MARK GROSS LINDA A. GUSTAFSON Candy Sale 1.2,3.4: Christmas Project 1.2.3.43 Basketball Scorekeeper 33 Candle Sale 43 Record Sale 3. CHERYL ANN HAINES Majorettes 1.2.3, Capt. 43 Beach Day 23 Bermuda 43 Ski Trip 43 Majorettes Co-Capt. 3. JEFFREY HALL KIMBERLY HAMILTON Colorguard 1.2.3. Capt. 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Bermuda 42 BOSE Iword processingj 4. JAMI HAND MARLENE HAND WILLIAM JOSEPH HANNIGAN Student Crier 3.43 Philomath I,2, Key Club 43 Drama Club 1,23 Student Advisory Council 43 SMARC Party 43 Fundraising 2.3.4. THOMAS HANSEN KATHLEEN M. HANSON Softball 13 Lacrosse 2,3,43 Soccer 2.3.43 SMARC Party 43 Fundraising Projects 2,3,4. MAUREEN E. HARDING Swimming I,2,3,4Q Mixed Chorus 2.3.43 Girls Glee Club 2,3,43 SMARC Party 33 Car Wash 33 Candy Sale 2,33 Ski Trip 33 Fashion Show 13 Rally 4. CHRISTINE HARRINGTON Class President 3,42 Ski Trip 2.3.43 Field Hockey 1,2,3.43 Basketball 13 Softball I,2,3,4Q National Honor Society 2,3,43 Music Club 23 Student Crier 3,43 Student Government Day 1,33 Spring Arts Festival 33 SMARC Party 3,43 Senior Play 4. CHARLES HARRIS KATHLEEN HARTLING DAVID K. HARVEY Soccer 1.2.33 Key Club 4. KARLA HAYDEN KATHY HAYES NOREEN HAYES LAURIE HENDERSON DIANE HENNING Girls Glee Club 43 Mixed Chorus 4. KATHY HENNING Girls Glee Club 2,3,43 A Cappella 2.3.43 Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Pom Pom Co-Captain 3.4: Senior Play 43 Musical 3. JOSEPH HINCKLEY KIM HOBBS Gymnastics 13 Diving 23 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC 3,43 Ski Trip 3.43 Rally 4. STEFANY HOLDER FRED HOMMEL BETH HOMONOFF Drama Club 1,23 Mixed Chorus 2. of .A In SHERYL B. HORLICK Softball 13 Volleyball I,2,3Q Vice President of Class 23 SMARC Party 3.43 Key Club 23 Steering Committee 1,2,33 Student Government 13 Year- book 43 Student Crier 43 V. Bonging 3.43 Ski Trip 2,3,43 Ski Club 2: Sandscript 3. WILLIAM HOYT LAURA ANNE HUNT German Club 23 President 3,43 SMARC Party 43 Key Club 43 Drama Productions 2.3. KATHLEEN HURLEY Lacrosse JV Co-Captain 3.4. MARILYN HURLEY Lacrosse 3,43 Candy Sale 1.23 Candle Sale 3. KAREN INNIS JEFF S. JUNKER Band 2.3.43 Lacrosse 1.23 Soccer 13 Latin Club 1: Music Club 13 Jazz Band 3.43 Musicals 3.43 Or- chestra 2.3.43 Boys Glee 43 Mixed Chorus 41 A Capella 43 Senior Play 4. JODY S. JUNKER Band 1.2.3.4: Orchestra 1.23 Latin Club IL French Club 2. A Capella Accompianist 2.3.41 Girls Glee Accompianist 2.3.43 Boys Glee Ac- compianist 2.3.41 Mixed Chorus Accompianist 2.3.43 Jazz Band 3.41 Madrigal 3,42 Music Club 2. Secretary 33 President 43 Musicals 1.3.45 Drama Club 3.43 Senior Play 43 Five One Act Plays 3. Fashion Show Accompianist 2.3.45 National Honor Society 4. KYONGNAM KANG 217 .. Vv 1 V. 'il '-A ,I X lf" 'Si I 'x n Z I . cf.. if if Fa -" 'Xi R. 1 K 5 . . I 331331 I . I 4 X ' . 'AV -+7 I 4 ,si - 'nga ' 'i . 74" M 3 '11 Il .53 X 5 Kp .v. ' in 1 a 4.1 s LAWRENCE KASTEN LAUREEN KEATING JERRY KEEFE Swim Team, Captain 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Christmas Project 43 Steering Committee 3,4QIF1- tramural Volleyball 1,2,3,43 Oompa-Loompa 3,4. SANDY KEEFE Field Hockey 1,2,3, captain 43 Basketball 2,3. captain 1,43 Softball 2,3, Captain 1,43 SMARC Party 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Super Teams 2,3. IRENE KELLY LINDA J. KELLY Tennis 1.2, JV. Captain 2, Varsity 3.4, Captain 43 Basketball 4, Manager, Concerts 3,43 Candy Sale 3,43 Christmas Wreaths 33 SMARC 3,43 Col- oring Book Sale 43 Ski Trip 3. ED KENRICK HENRY E. KERSTGENS III Soccer 1, Indoor Track 2,3,43 Drama Club 3,43 Spanish Club 3,4 Track and Field 2,3,43 Cross Country 3,4 YUNMIN KIM Baseball 1,2,3,4, Cross Country 43 Indoor Track 4 German Club, Treasurer 4, Drama Club 43 Se- njor P1ay, Asst Stage Manager 43 Musical, Stage Manager 4 WGBH Media Conference 43 Ping Pong 4 PATRICIA KING Fjeld Hockey 2 Pom Poms 1, SMARC Party 3,4L 219 Christmas Project 3,42 Rally 43 Car WashfBake Sale 23 Fundraising Sales 1,2,3,4. KENNY KRANSELER Football 1,22 Baseball 23 Basketball 1,23 German Club 1,2,3,43 Volleyball Intramurals 23 President- ial Classroom 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Key Club 43 Intramural Ping Pong 1. LISA KUPFERMAN STEVEN LANDER BRIAN LARSON MARGARET LELIEVRE STEVEN LEMBO LILLIAN LEONARD MARK A. LEONARDO Track 13 Baseball 23 Hockey 1,2,33 Captain 43 Senior Play 4. MARK LEVENSON Indoor Track 1,41 Baseball 1,23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Student Crier 33 Handball 1,2,33 Latin Club 1,2,33 Outdoor Track 4. SHARON RUTH LEVINE Cross Country 13 Soccer 2,33 Captain 43 Basket- ball 1,33 Captain 2,43 Softball 1,2,33 Captain 43 Drama Club 1,23 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Key Club 4. LISA SUSAN LEVY Drama Club 1,23 Vice President 33 President 43 Musical 13 Student Crier 1,23 Assistant Editor 33 Co-Editor 43 Steering Committee 2,3,43 Color Guard 3,43 Variety Show 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,4. FRANK LEY TIMOTHY R. LIGHTBODY Football 13 Basketball 1.2. JULIA LYNN SUSAN LYON SARAH LOU MABROUK Latin Club 1,2,33 Student Crier 3,43 Music Club 2,3,4Q Orchestra 1,2,33 Concert Band 1,23 A Capella 33 Girls Glee Club 33 Mixed Chorus 33 French Club 33 President 43 Intramural Basket- ball 13 Musical 1,33 Winter Music Concert 33 Spring Music Festival 1,2,33 Holiday Party 1,2,3,4. MARK MACCONNELL MICHAEL MACGILLIVRAY JOHN MACLEOD PAUL MACMILLAN JOHN C. MAGRI Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,42 Industrial Arts Fair 2,3,43 Science Fair 1,23 Christmas Project 2,3. PAUL MAHONEY Soccer 2,3,43 Tennis 13 Ski Club 1,23 Intramural Basketball 3,41 Intramural Volleyball 3,41 Ping Pong Club 13 German Club 4. MARK WILLIAM MALLON Basketball 1,23 Track 13 Volleyball 23 Ping Pong 23 German Club 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Key Club 43 Presidential Classroom 4. BRIAN E. MALONEY Latin Club 1,2,3. FRANK MANARINO I CATHERINE A. MANSEAU Girls Varsity Soccer 23 Audio-Visual 1,23 Girls Varsity Lacrosse 3,4. ROGER MANTZ BRENDA MANZELLA l I I I I ROBERT C. MARINI Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Football 1,21 Ski Club 1,23 Ski Trip 3,43 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 4. GARY L. MARMER RAP '76, '77, '78, 1,2,33 Soccer 1,21 Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,33 Variety Show 3,43 Fall Sports Rally 43 SMARC Party 3,43 Homeroom Represen- tative 1,2. KEITH MATTHEWS WILLIAM I. MAYO Hockey 1,2,33 Lacrosse 13 Tennis 23 Baseball 43 Ping Pong 1,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 4. TAWANA MCBETH THOMAS E. MCCORRY Exploring President 1,2,33 Italian Club 23 S 8. T Club Vice President 1,23 Chess Club 13 JV Soc- cer 33 Red Cross 1,21 Moot Trial 23 Latin Club 1. CYNTHIA MCDONALD LAUREN PATRICIA MCGRATH Swimming 1,2,33 Captain 43 Key Club 2,3,43 Christmas Project 3,41 Rap 78 2,33 SMARC Party 3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 43 Homeroom Rep. 1,21 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 3,43 Candle Sale 33 Coloring Book Sale 43 Superteams 33 Rally 4. JOHN MCGREAL JAMES MCINTYRE LINDA MCKENNA DENISE MCNAMARA LISA MEDEIROS BERNARD MELANSON DANETTE MERSKY Steering Committee 1,2,3,4Q Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Car Wash 23 Christmas Project 33 Senior Play 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Spring Arts Festival 33 Rally 43 Philomath Staff 4. DIANA MEYER SUSAN MILLER ROBERT MISSERT DOUGLAS MONAHAN DONNA MONTALBANO JACQUELYN DENISE MOODY Volleyball 13 Basketball 1,2,33 Track 23 Soccer 33 Cheerleader 3,43 Softball 4. JOYCE G. MORAN Homeroom Rep. 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Softball 1,23 Volleyball 1,2,33 Captain 43 SMARC Party 3,43 National Honor Society Corresponding Secretary 2,3,43 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents 43 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Bose Course 43 Music Club 23 Philomath 2. SHARON MORGAN JANE E. MORRISSEY Gymnastics 1,23 Captain 3,43 SMARC Party 33 Christmas Project 33 Superteams 1,2,33 Intramu- rals 1,2,3,4. STEVEN MORUZZI LORI MOY Cheerleading 2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Philomath Senior Photo Coordinator 43 SMARC Party 3,43 Spring Arts Festival 33 Band 13 Or- chestra 23 Candy Sale 1,2,33 Christmas Project 3,43 Track 13 Rally 43 Publicity 1,2,3,43 AFS Greece 3,43 Homeroom Rep. 1. CHRIS MULHERIN MARTY MULLIN Varsity Hockey 43 Nautilus 4. SANTI MULUKUTLA JAMES P. MURPHY Basketball 1,23 Baseball 3,4. MARY MICHELE MURPHY Latin Club Treasurer, Vice President 12,31 French Club 23 Student Crier 3,43 Drama Club 3,43 Senior Play "Oliver" 43 Key Club 43 Musicals 3,43 Christmas Project 43 Colorguard Captain of Flags 2,3,4. NANCY THERESA MURPHY Student Government 1,23 Drama Club 11 Music Club 13 Mixed Chorus 1,23 Girls Glee Club 1,23 Ski Trip 33 SMARC Party 3,43 Christmas Project 3,43 Car Wash 23 Candy Sale 33 Coloring Book Sale 4. JAMES MUSHINSKY KATHLEEN NARDINI CHERYL NEMET HON HON NG DEBORAH LYNNE NIXON Tennis 2,3,43 Key Club 43 Drama Club 2,3,43 Music Club 3,43 French Club 1,23 A Capella 1,2,33 Mixed Chorus 1,2,33 Music Festival 1,2,33 Musical 33 Senior Play 43 Variety Show 4: SMARC 3,43 Yearbook 4. JILL R. NOLAN Secretary of Class 13 Drama Club 13 Philomath 43 Student Crier 43 Candy Sale 23 Candle Sale 3. KEVIN NOLET EDWARD JOHN NOONAN II Basketball Captain 1,2,3,4I SMARC Party 3,43 Key Club 43 Lacrosse 13 Candy Sale 3. 1 ffl Kr f"" 'vx 1'-fn 219 MICHAEL NURSE Baseball 13 lntramurals1,2,33SMARC Party and Volunteer Work 3,43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,4. MAEVE ELLEN O'BRlEN Basketball 12,33 A Capella 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4: SMARC Party 43 Steering Committee 43 Superteams 1. TIMOTHY O'BRlEN CHRISTINE M. O'DONNELL Latin Club 1.2.33 Drama Club 1,2,33 Tennis Team 1,2,43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Ju- nior Classical League 1,2,3: Mixed Chorus 1. MICHAEL O'NElL JOHN PAGE JOHN PALMER SALVATORE PALMIERI CHRISTOPHER PAPPAS GREGORY PAPPAS JV Baseball 23 Varsity Wrestling 3,4. MARIAN ELIZABETH PAOUETTE Work Study 4. RONALD PARABICOLI ' fax. .. ,,,.-57 b 'ff Y 01-4 ..- s. 'QIQU' --Y if P1 'ill tic' '- hr-ng. lit: ll Q 1 ix' , . P20 Lai AMY JO PARIS Yearbook Co-editor of Business Dept. 3,43 Drama Club 1,233.43 Student Crier 2,3,4Q Sandscript 43 French Club 2,33 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. LAURA M. PARKER Basketball 13 Softball 2. LAUREN PASS Tennis Manager 13 Volleyball 2,43 JV Captain 33 SMARC 3,43 Candy Sale 2,33 Fashion Show 13 Christmas Project 3,43 Rally Committee 4. DONNA PATTERSON KATHLEEN L. PHIPPS Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee 3,41 A Capella 3,43 Mixed Chorus 3,41 Drama Club 2,3,43 Music Club 2,33 Key Club 3,41 Student Crier 33 Feature Editor 43 Philomath Staff Pho- tographer 43 Musical 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 3,43 JV Volleyball 23 Presidential Classroom 43 School Committee Representative 43 Prom Committee 3. ROSARIA PIRROTTA PAULA ANN PLESHAW Volleyball 1,2,3,43 Track 1323 Color Guard 33 Beach Day 2: Ski Trip 3. GORDON SCOTT POGODA Student Crier 43 Music Club 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 33 Music Festival 33 Class Song 43 Math Club 33 Who's Who Among American High School Stu- dents 33 Variety Show 4. I I MARK J. POKORA Football 13 Baseball 23 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Key Club 4. JENNIFER L. PORTER Key Club 3,41 SMARC Party 3,43 Spring Music Festival 13 Student Crier 43 Philomath-Creative Arts Editor 43 Coloring Book Sale 43 Candy Sale 1,23 Candle Sale 3. LINDA MARIE POTENZA Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 2,32 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Spring Musical 1,2,3,43 Bas- ketball 1,23 Christmas Project 3,41 SMARC Party 3,4. KAREN M. POTISCHMAN Philomath - Underclass Section Editor 33 Editor-in-Chief 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Volleyball 23 Rally 43 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Spring Arts Festival Chairman 3: Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Car Wash 23 Student Government Day 23 Variety Show 4. AMY POWER DANI LISA RAPHAEL French Club 1,2,33 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,33 Key Club 43 Philomath - Business Co-Editor 3,43 Student Crier 1,2,3Q National Honor Society 3,43 Senior Play 43 Drama Prod- uctions 33 SMARC Party 3,43 Sandscript 43 Candy Sale 1,2,33 Album Sale 13 Music Club 4. BARBARA RAWLING KEVIN T. READ Soccer 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 3,41 Coloring Book Sale 43 Ski Trip 3,43 Candy Sale 23 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4: Steering Committee 4. ALAN C. REILLY Soccer 13 Gymnastics 1,23 Ski Trip 2,4. ERIC REILLY ALEXANNE RIGOPOULOS CHERYL RILEY JOHN RITCHIE GREGG RODENHISER BRIAN ROGERS MARTHA ROGERS ELIZABETH ROHTSTEIN LUCY ROSADO LORI ROSENBLATT Soccer 2,3,43 Basketball 2,33 Softball Manager 11 Softball 23 Ski Club 1,2,33 National Honor So- ciety 3,43 Steering Committee 2,33 Key Club 33 Vice President 43 Yearbook Co-Editor 43 SMARC Party 3,4. KAREN ROWE FAITH RUSSELL PEGGY RUSSELL Student Government 1,2,3,4Q Drama Club 1,23 A Capella 1,2,33 SMARC Party 3,43 "Irene" 13 Girls Swim Team Manager 23 Cheering at Needham Tourney Game 33 Varsity Bonging1,2,3,43 Maine Ski "Trips" 3,43 Assistant Social Organizer 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. RYAN Football 1,23 Baseball 1. BRIAN J. RYDER Soccer 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,23 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 2,3,43 Ping-Pong Club 33 Ski Trip 3. DIANNA RYNKIEWICZ Field Hockey 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Softball 13 Student Government 1,23 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 X-mas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 3,43 Treasurer of Class 3,43 Prom Committee 3. CHARLES SACKLER LESLIE M. SALES Latin Club 1,23 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Key Club 43 Musicals 1,3,43 Christmas Project 3,43 SMARC Party 43 Variety Show 43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. MICHELLE SANGSTER CYNTHIA A. SAPONARO Record Sale 13 Candy Sale 2,3,43 Soccer 2,3,43 Lacrosse 33 Coloring Book Sale 43 Christmas project 2,3,43 SMARC Party 43 National Honor Society 2,3,4. PATRICIA A. SAPONARO Volleyball 1,23 Softball 1,2,3,43 Senior Rally 43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 43 Student Government 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 43 Italian Club 13 VBT 1,2,3,41 Candle Sale 3. DEBORAH JEAN SAPORETTI Cheerleading 1,33 Captain 2,43 Italian Club 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,4Q SMARC Party 43 Candy Sale 1,2.33 Candle Sale 3, Coloring Book- sale 4. K JUDITH SARNOSKY ROBERT W. SAVAGE Soccer 1,2,33 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. SHERYL SAVARD PAUL P. SAVAS Basketball 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Spring Musical 1,2,3,43 Chorus 43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Jazz Band 1,2,3,4. EDWARD D. SAWYER Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3,43 Brass Ensemble 1,2,3,43 Spring Musical 1,3,43 Variety Show 1,2,43 German Club 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Northeast District Jazz Band 43 Celebral Palsy Telethon 2,33 Ping Pong Club 33 Music Club 2,3,43 Presidential Classroom 43 Volleyball 2,4. CYNTHIA L. SCHERZER Christmas Project 1,2,33 Math Aid 13 Fashion Show 13 German Club 1,2,33 Drama Club 13 Candy Sale 1,23 Musical "Mame" 3. KRISTINE SCHWARTZ German Club 1,2,33 Vice President 43 Class Projects 1,2,3,4. MEGAN scoTT ANTONIA QTONIJ SEELEY Drama Club 1,2,33 All Drama Productions 1,2,33 Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 13 Key Club 43 Music 1 N 6 1tju'3i' 2 ' inf. "5 .' .- 148 U -.-A L-- .-s. Club 23 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,43 Candle Sale 3. LISA T. SEGAL Swim Team 1,23 Volleyball 43 Key Club 43 Record Sale 13 Beach Day 2. BRUCE DAVID SELIN Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball iscrubl 1,2,3.4: Na- tional Honor Society Vice President 2.3.43 Ping-Pong Club 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Student Crier 1,2,3,43 Key Club 4L Skydiving Club 1,2,3. SUSAN BETH SELTZER Christmas Project 3,43 Holy Cross Book Award 33 Key Club 33 Secretary 43 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,43 Philomath Senior Section Editor 43 Ski Club 1,23 Ski Trip 2,33 SMARC Party 3,43 Softball Asst. Manager 13 Steering Committee 1.2.31 Swim Team 23 Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. MARK SERVETNICK Football 1.23 Industrial Fair 1.2: Science Fair 2. Christmas Projects 1.2. NICOLE J. SHARRIGAN Tennis Team 13 Basketball Team Captain 1. Drama Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 1.2. Pom Poms Captain 2,3,43 Music Man lmusicall 31 Pas- sionella lmusicall 33 Club MFC. 3.4. National Honor Society 3,43 Variety Show 4, M.A.P.S Club 4. KEVIN J. SHEEHAN "Irene" lplay musicall 13 Football 1.2. Baseball 1.23 Ski Club 1.2.33 Ping-Pong1,2,3 221 'JID an 'Va' ' my my A I if , -an DEBORAH LYNN SIELKOWSKI DONNA SIELKOWSKI SMARC 33 Christmas Project 233. MARSHA SILVERBERG Key Club President 3,42 Yearbook Assistant Edi- tor 43 Student Advisory Council Representative 43 Soccer-Varsity Letter 2,33 Steering Committee 1,2.3,43 Ski Club 1,2,3,4: Student Government 13 SMARC Party 3,43 NHS Christmas Project 2,3,4: Ski Trip 1.2.3. RICHARD SILVERMAN WILLIAM SIMPSON STACEY SKLAR SCOTT SLEEPER STEPHEN SLEEPER IVAN SLOVIN CAROLYN SUE SMITH Basketball 1, Indoor Track 2.33 Outdoor Track 2.3 Color Guard 4, Music Club 3, Drama Club 3 4. Key Club 4, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Girls Glee Club 2.34 Student Crier 3, SMARC Party 3,4. CYNTHIA SMITH Girls Basketball 1,2 222 '5 x ,, fi lf '. . 5 4 Q- ERIC SMITH REBECCA J. SMITH Freshman Field Hockey 13 Girls Varsity Track 2,32 Captain 43 Indoor Track 3,43 Girls Varsity Soccer 3,43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 SMARC Party 43 "Oliver" senior play 43 Philomath Sports Editor 43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Superteams 3. TIMOTHY A. SODERBERG Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Spanish Club 2,32 Key Club 4. JENNIFER SOLARI LOUIS D. SOSTILIO Baseball 1,2,3,43 Italian Club 1,2,33 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4. JEFFREY SPEEN DEBBIE I. STERN Ski Club 2,33 Drama Club-props 13 Candy Sale 1,23 Work Study 4. BARBARA MARISOL SUAREZ Soccer 23 Spanish Club 33 Fashion Show 2.3. MAUREEN SULLIVAN Field Hockey Captain 1,2,3,43 Softball 1,2,3: Basketball 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Candy Sale 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH SURRO DAVID E. SWANECAMP I Baseball 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Steering Com- mittee 1,2,3,43 X-mas Project 1,2,3,43 Rally 43 Ping-Pong 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 1,2,3,43 Stu- dent Government 1,2,3,43 World Fair 3,43 Intra- mural Volleyball 2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4. TARA CHRISTINE TAGLIANETTI Volleyball 2,31 Ski Trip 3,43 Bermuda 43 Major- ette Advisor 43 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Beach Day 2. DORA TARVER The Oratorical Performers Society President 3,43 Audio-Visual Dept. Treasurer 1,2,3,43 Stu- dent Government 43 Representative 13 Steering Committee 1,23 Chess Club 33 Music Club 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 1,2,3,43 A Capella 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Girls Glee 43 Rat 1,2,3,43 Stage Con- struction 1,2,3,43 Asst. Technical 2,43 Thespian 43 Teacity isuperteamj 33 Marching Band tgloc- kenspielj3 Concert Band lsaxl3 Orchestra tsaxj. JOHN L. TAYLOR ROBERT H. TAYLOR Football 1,2,3,43 Lacrosse Tri-Captain 1,2,3,4j Rugby Tri-Captain 1,2,3,4Q SMARC Party 1,2,3,4: Ski Trip 43 Sky Diving Captain 1,2,3,4. LEE TERHUNE BLAISE TERSONI Student Government 1,2,33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4Q Hockey 1,2,3,43 Superteams 1,23 Intra- mural Sports 1,2,3,43 Blood Drive 2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,4Q Spanish Club 1,23 Yearbook Staff 3,43 Variety Show-Nimbo 3,43 SMARC 3,43 Key Club 43 Softball Manager 13 Vice President of Class 4. CINDY TESCHNER JAMES THAYER LINDA J. THOMES Intramural Soccer 13 Varsity Soccer 2,3,4Q ln- door Track 23 SMARC Party 4. DAVID MARK TOBEY Latin Club 1,2,33 Chess Club 2,33 Junior Achievement 1.2. JEFFREY TOLAN KATHLEEN MARIE TOMAIELLY "Irene" musical 13 Track 13 Drama Club 2,33 Secretary 43 Girls Glee Club 2,3,43 A Capella Choir 3,42 Madrigal Choir 3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Music Club 2,3,43 Key Club 43 Evening of Plays 33 "Music Man" Musical 33 Variety Show 33 "You Can't Take it with You" play 4: Publicity for "Scapino" 13 Winter Music Festival 2,3,43 Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Fashion Show 2,31 "Mame" musical 43 SMARC Party 43 Super Teams 1,23 Candle Sale 3. MARYANN TONELLI JULIE TOTO ALLAN TREMBLAY LINDA TRUDEL RUDY TSAI Key Club 43 Drama Club 43 Ping Pong 4. LOUIS K. TSIROS Boys Swim Team 1,2,3,43 Student Crier News Editor 3,43 Spanish Club Vice-President 2,3,43 National Honor Society 4. DONNA LYNNE TU RCHI Italian Club 2,33 Secretary 33 Ski Trip 3,43 Vol- leyball Manager 2,3,4. LAURA L. TURNER Tennis 43 Captain 23 Music Club 2,33 Ski Club 13 Mixed Chorus 1,2,33 Girls Glee Club 1,2,33 A Cappella 1,2,33 Art Club 1,23 Treasurer 33 Vice President 4. GAYLE VAN METER Ski Club 2. KATHY VASCONCELLOS MARYNILDA VEGA JENNIFER DOYLE VENTURA Student Government 1,2,33 President 43 Wom- en's Swim Team 1,2,33 Captain 43 Manager Boy's Swim Team 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Se- nior Play 4QC.P.TeIeII'1Ol'l 33 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4Q Variety Show 3,41 Superteams 1,2,3. VALERIE VIGNOLA Basketball 1,2,3,43 SMARC 43 Christmas Project 43 Volleyball 1,21 Softball 1. WALTER C. VILLA Soccer 1,2. WILLIAM D. VILLA Soccer 43 Track 4. PAULA BETH WADE SMARC Party 3,43 Student Crier 3,43 German Club Secretary 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 13 Key Club 33 Polo Club 3. MARK E. WALSH Tennis 1,2,3,43 Ski Club 1. KIMBERLEE ANNE WARD Candy Sale 1,25 Candle Sale 33 Coloring Book Sale 43 Music Club 33 French Club 43 "Mame" 4. TIMOTHY WARE Varsity Swimming 1,2,33 Drama Club 1,23 Music Club 3,41 A Cappella 1,2,3,43 Boys Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Senior Play 43 Spring Musical 43 Variety Show 43 Band 43 Or- chestra 43 Madrigal 2.3.43 Music Festival 1,2,3,4. MARK STEVEN WATERHOUSE Lacrosse 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,33 Intramural Vol- leyball 1,2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 3,43 Latin Club 33 SMARC Party 43 Town Lacrosse League 1,2,3,43 Junior Classical League 2,33 Rally 4. DAVID WELLS CHERIE WEST DANA ELIZABETH WEST Field Hockey BSL Champs 13 Soccer All-Star Team '79 2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 "The Music Man" 33 "Mame" 43 "Oliver" senior play 43 Drama Club 4. GREGORY WHEELER THERESA WHEELER LUCILLE WHITE JEFFREY J.M. WILLIAMS Cross Country Captain 2,3,4Q Outdoor Track 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 French Club 1,2,3. LINDA WILSON PETER H. WITHAM Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 2,32 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Music Club 23 Concert Band 2,41 Orchestra for Musical 43 Fazz Jazz Band 4. MARILYN L. WITT Drama Club 1,2,33 Spanish Club 1,23 Audio- Visual Aide 1,2. LISA MARIE YUSIKONES Cheerleading 43 Italian Club 1,23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 43 Candy Sale 1,2,33 Candle Sale 33 Homeroom Rep. 2,3,4. PARASKEVULA ZISIS l .Qian 442 I f . "lf , .. 1 ' if , 3 f A 1 .' f 1 3 ' - .f'V X. . ,gf f it -1 I+ iff. it I fx' .4 . Y?" 5 .. q,?X QQS 223 lvlay God bless and keep you always May your wishes all come true lVlay you always do for others And let others do for you. lVlay you build a ladder to the stars And climb up every rung May you stay forever young. May you grow up to be righteous May you grow up to be true May you always know the truth And see the lights surrounding you. May you always be courageous Stand upright and be strong May you stay forever young. May your hands always be busy May your feet always be swift May you have a strong foundation When the winds of changes shift. May your heart always be joyful May your song always be sung May you stay forever young. Bob Dylan w n t 9 I I BOY'S VARSITY LACROSSE - ,..!,...-, -W ,' . I .T s , I' ' -vig .. '11,- 'P Rl ni . A-i.,. " A"" ' P '7 JV ' V I .. .I V IK , Ci, ll J 1 n. - if , 1 ,V ................... h- ' li' .ws , ,ivy l t U F fpiiiiiisgiiiii gr V if. q ixiyjiliilif H' I Q 'QCV4 if ' l2.?..Jli ' ll W lxlt. V rl ig'- . ,,- 1,.'i - id . Q, nm , 1 y gm. in K H ,- if--- .lf 'S ,qv ii llinl f If til l M- --I' f .twigs J. Palmer, Fl. Clinton, M. Elliotltri-capt.J, S. Giatrellisqtri-capt.J, R. Taylorltri-capt.J, J. Dixon, D. Ducey, K. Read, J. Gavin, J. Farese, M. Waterhouse, J. Irwin, V. Zanella, M. Hobin, J. Silver, M. Blumenthal, J. Pelligrini, T. Hinton, J. Flinter, D. Guerra, J. Stefinini, S. Cotton, T. Cronin, Coach: J. Diatelevi The Varsity Lacrosse team finished the season with a strong record of 12-6. Hindered by many injuries, the team just mis- sed going to the Tourney when they lost to North by 1 goal. MVP for this year was Mike Elliot. Next year's tri-captains are Travis Hinton, Tim Cronin, and Jack Flinter. -si . . J., -as 1'-A,:-F' av-' "1"'vt-Milam .. 1 an 'sf 2: A. ...tg- .,,,, ' , -33 ',,', ' '29""2ual J. 'kb '--'J-QE. 6. E.-,-.5 Y., 1- '- ., N,f.f' .,-K ' L .A , 'f 3.4. J' --. ,, f V K: ' ' .s ' .A ,qwaxa L ,. h ,... - .. - v , I i B R - . .,4?.. Q'-9 '4 ' G -- f . Q f -qu,. ,-f,.,,...-A ',-' A ,-- ' .. , EM., - ' "Jo . .L.....i .vi . .h.. 'Q .1 - ., 2 ' ' I 4 . 1, .Q- Q st.-1,,..,.,, Q79 0 I," A -' RM K E ., .As J . U' ,wgii ' , -" es, it : M 'z 5" I . T 4 i J . .. ' I' ' . ' '. 1 .,?,3f?,.:Q'? 1' ,-af . 'V'-Wax Q E'.3:,.i., QAVQS. g,:.,.qI-ang. 1: l'fut:- .Iv ,Q 8 V, I ,. . '1'wvl?C ' W3 X si f. if -,R Tv if " 1 . P - fp' bm" N A3 W. . NU PPS .' q r " X Vs 'H ' . 5-qs.. .. 'ink ,Uni un' . 1 .r..., -M -nu. .N -90" Fl M- 7.. " ,I 1 -an WL,-,535 -.1 -" 'A ' ' 1' ' 1, 333235215111-32mg ,,..,, ""',,a..i " Y - ' LL: i rf. .1'. ' ,e l i I r , Alu J' 'ZW' 4" . In ' rg,-" A W? F P . -If Eff f GI: 'AA'- ..+ in, J- X 1 ,'.3 AQ Q ' Q - 4' A A ' 1 -1" W 'Ji X - ' x wwf- 2' .. 45" 575' .I J V LACROSSE M Seng, P Farese, B. Krrk, C. Carroll, D. Dubin, P. Alfano, S. Duane, G. Hand, G. Messner, E. Burkinpass, M. Foleyb, R Smrnorfrq Fl Flynn, T O'Leary. D Halloran, M Jrolf, R. Scheider, E. Robinson, B, Tarr, R. Drake, S. Oakes, P. Hynes, P. Fantom, J Srlfffrtmrq D Cassavanr Coaches J Dlateieve, J. Carey, J. Walker VARSITY BASEBALL .:."4' F 7' ' . Ji,-.1 ,A -....,,4 , - 1. -7- -A T. Soderberg, B. Cairney, J. Cairney, B. Ryder, W. Simpson, W. Mayo, M. Raditz, M. Canistraro, L. Simpson, B. Selin, O. O'rouke, P. Taglinetti, J. Dones, T. Upham, 7 " ' ' AH -: f4..':' .' t J' A l, ' A O -9 , 5 ? r T'w'Jfs . ll l 'H , y Y'-.52 ui V .A . L -nl , A vi , 'Img'-9.1, -fr' A 1 ' 1 Gt. A S - I. . .4 5 9 ' , '. J' A .. iz H v "J DOM .r-. -r . , , , ., A-rf'-"5 -., , , ... - .. ....,-.A P'--- V .lf if,- ...B - .--- .ie Boy's Varsity Baseball, led by Captain and MVP Brian Cairney, had an excellent season, making it into the Tourney for the first game. Many strong players from last year returned and were reinforced by new talent, producing a 14-8 record. Next year's captain is John Dones. 7. , .0.OA. 'x . ,. X 'L ' ' 'Y - I W - . A fx - .. x . X f- Y--., I fr' v,. Y , . S- u ,N LQ'- , x , . - , X, . r 1. V. - "Q, C. 'rl 1 -rs - , . , N -,. Q Q .'-1: .K W , N..v 5" - .1 -'-,- IQQTA' Q- .Wi .1-V-, vw ri,-Y 1 "1 Q' -' 1 AK A v .1 f lf:- ' 1 -A -V, ,. A -r - ...a ,. v... ' 4. ' '. .. 1--- , -.A -1 J .A ,.., . , - . . 4. -- . ',- . ,- . ,.. .g-,n'. .z' . ,,. '33 S Q nsif 8 43 2 J.V. BASEBALL: J. Jackowitz, P. Sapanaro, J. DeMarco, C. O'neiI, M. Resnick, M. Maloney, A. Chaves, J. Ryder, B. Dawson. J. Antonio, J. Carney, P. Farrari, A. Hutchinson, M. Tucker, D. Burr, M. Pokora, R. Moore, G. Marsh, G. Swanson, M. Vasques. B Massionas Coach: D. Avery U l-94.1 .,, '-X . -A f... E3 5 4. G-W' 'Wt' W ...pa- .1,i-..- 51 1 P, iq" L .S .. f,-5' -,444 -.---------'-- x .uf --4.5 -r-4 ', A Q lwgfqv n Mwt X , . X l ,. t , .,. i S ,. x X X ,i-' f- QTY is .asia-fam. A N3 'QPL i. SL... K Q lex: 4 J "H 'wx' , .Wg Asp' Q f!Q Inhjlh N ' r- 1 , f . Q 'fl 5. -- 1, . X , f I W 1 I .lin X X N Y ,N I 116501, 4,:,..rQ. Xxx .. ' '5Z','1- f f " ,nf-7" 3'5..xw-' 3-4 .f ' tf...ff aj as "atv :N A. if--75 " " GlF?L'S VARSITY LACROSSE NxQN ly I .QS LF Q Nt ft 1 '-l ' , g 1 7 ,Q ' 4' :K ,XQiXN'xtAx V f lj'1 tfflhill lst row1B.O'Grady,T. Abelliftri-captl, L.Takusftri-captl,C.Tersoni tr'-c t,A.C h .2 d :C hN rt M Dickson. 3rd row: S. Gannin, K. Cohane. K I ap, O en n row Cac O On' 'Upham'K'Badger'J' rpAMlNGHkM The girl's varsity lacrosse team worked together as a building team this year, with the help of their coach and support of this season's, and next season's tri-captains Terese Abeli, Lisa Takacs and Chris Tersonl MVP this year was Lisa Takacs .nvg ,.4 A we wgiiix' S 1 1 A N- .,-en. .'. 1-24-' Q fkyll. . A -f'-r A . 1- ,--. -05,- Jr x . , 1 if 24 ,' JI! A I ,-.4 up 'A'IJ ' U 1 .-sul'--T b. mf 5 XQSSX7 1 l,"7T ff?" ' - '6- V ,. 4 u , v 1 . I 1 yarn. A -- 4 ,-,, -,.,--,y .fu '4' 1 1 4 .- ,luv . n ,. V 1st row: K. Spencer, J. Schreiberg, W. Smith. 2nd row: L. Ferrara, J. Sussman, K. Miller, M. Casavant. 3rd row, L Saunder, Sheila, Coach I 5 Q+2:' U . uv s . ,. n - -A ,sv . - Q 5 -ft . . BOY'S TENNIS i 4--..: , x,- ' - . 'Q .s ' .DH ' ' 1 I 11' ,U ,' "' 5' . Z. 1 u 1 I. .1 1 . W. r . .- 3 N x- 'Eu If is f 1 - A '. I ' . ,f 23st rowwz R. Schwartz, M. Walsh Qco-captl, A. Cohen fco-captl, 2nd row: R. Zeichner, S. Levit, Steve, A. Freedman, Paul, Coach ara an ! ri The boy's varsity tennis team displayed a strong season, with captains Allen Cohen and Mark Walsh. Allen Cohen was chosen MVP by the team, and the team is looking forward to a strong season next spring. ,xffff . t 1 , .A Q - - I iz, f ill GlFiL'S VARSITY TENNIS l J F ,ifsih 5 . v' 1' -5 j-A4 0 if Q74 .5 5 I L! 1 my 4 I to r: R. Estey, Heidi, L. Kelly ltri-captj, M. Garahan ltri-captl, M. Sullivan, Coach Walker, missing: M. Goldberg ltri-captl Q . ,S, .gi s V - s ff" 4- xl-..,' I '- 'U x. , I -x ' F. -Z '. 1- v -7- The girl's varsity tennis team displayed a record of 5-13 this season. Linda Kelly, one of the team's tri-captains, was also selected as MVP for her performance this past season. Monica Sullivan was chosen captain for the upcoming season next spring. 9 ,J fin , s. L, n. y , ' 441- A I -' r ' I 1 .'v, 'I t - . ' .T. 1 4 Alfa 3 - , A' v v," -, if- fgf I Nl? J -" . sr 1 -'i',ig'.- nh." - 4 .- -AA -H. Alu.. , , . V ' ,HL .,, A .L:Aj,,,p -..'J.."' " 1 .I A ' f.'.,w..,. ,. - ,- -- . . fu.,-L N-9. - ., .. - . ' , yy' .-, - . - - '-- -- , v-., . . ,951-,,1f':, H. -,.,x ,wa ' .1115 ,f --'-Q.: Fr. ' -1yA "" '. - ' . '-.',",'.. ,, - Q."- fix, .-,-03.53-1 1'- -5..4.x.f . .-5 . -. " ' .:.Cs:,' N24-it ua2'54ff11-x ft- H" .1 .154 r':!f' TZ: '--1 --4. '1 .QF-,ha J.V. TENNIS: P. Collins, K. Kenney, P. Marini, H. Esty, D. Chanard, C. Page, D. Fortier, A. Foster, A. Balloli, S. Kim, R. Fanger Coach deGozzaIdi FRESHMAN SOFTBALL T. Vermette, K. Noonan, K. O'NeiI, J. Arvedon, C. Rigopoulos, K. Scagnelli, L. Dallamora, S. Goldrick, J McManus. J Pace, K Hams, S Belfort Coach: M. Bradley -M. - g- A 1' :up -N ' I -- H- ' -fr,-H , 'lf ,1Q'.-1 V . P - .. 'P' of F' .f. f' "'Sf"f,4 1 - '- .... pw Q.-u 4. GlF?L'S VARSITY SOFTBALL l -- l4O , vf .7 S U C. Wynne, L. Kizik, C. Harrington, S. Keefe, S. Levine, L. Terhune, M. Fougere, S. Keefe, C. Pedulla, K. Cullen, S. Gladstone, L. Rosenblatt, J. Levine, B. Supeno, J. Smith, L. Clinton Coach: P. Pappas 4 S' if F-h. V, lA E' S M .2112 3 Eyfst.,-:IQQ ' ffff , gf. W- fp . as -s. -Y as E111 - - Q it fe S X L ' S L 'X ' U l ' a A vast -l P ,,,,..--fs 'P ' Af' M '- " Q ' qs.. 4 - - , i..4, 5 .....---- Ty i t . A '- ' X 75121 Q ' -' N. ' ., :. '+I ' ' ,A--' , . Q ...J - Ax' I '. 1 lv 5' 5-wg 1-L z:-'. .f - U 41--. .. Eglin-1 1 . ,Q N ......A I 4 -" . 4 em:-q,sf.,Zf'.. The Varsity Softball team ended a strong season with a 13-5 record. Led by MVP Sue Keefe and Captains Sharon '-- P Levine and Sandy Keefe, the team entered the Tourney but were eliminated in the second game. Next year's cap- - ff- tains are Lori Kizik and Kathy Cullen -.en -- 'G- 'Q Q . 411 .'-s'x- 21,K,,,,,.A Q, . N- - ., 3.0, .-Jr? 'ff' ., -C -- , . . r-, - p . do --2--4-H'-'wr-'1 -Q ... - ,,. -. S. - .'.-.dt-,,,.., J- - ... . .0-' f -v' K ' ,...-...... X-.. 7 1- ft .. - ' , Nt., , L . . . -"N f-Y. , , .. , .. , ' -4 . H ,, lt., H 1 f 'T 'z' 'V '4 ... 15- 'K-I "'-:-.' ,L CQG V 12 'ln -Qi .Fu I1 1"" JV' hulk -, -ed .A--" " J 'L 'rf' N x ' Ilkunv' ' W J ,Q . ,f 5.31, ' ,', 77 fly' f ' J V SOFTBALL B Bloom, J. Gross, K, Potenza, C. Keefe, J. Carpenter, E. Garrg, J. Ahearn, Nia, A. Swotinsky, A. Ellis, K. Anderson, S Apkon, K Blumer Coach. T. Zontuni GlF?L'S TRACK if 4 3 F1 Y-,l. OI 0 ' wav '-P N. Q ,o i x i X-.1 1st row: M. Flanders, B. Shirley. S. Hiaveri, R. Smith lco-capt.J, D. Ftynkiewicz, C. Fuller, S. deGozzaldi, D. Mitchell. 2nd row: Coach Langley, P. Flanders, C. Jacobs, K. O'Brien, A. Griffin, Y. Mitchell, K. Harris, L. Mansur, J. Joiner, Coach Kirby VN-... GAQ4 as,- N3 E1 I '1 '. I N The girl's varsity track team posted a record of 3-6 this past season. Though displaying many individual talents, numerous unexpected mishaps resulted in several close, but losing scores for the team. Captains for the season were Sally deGozzaldi and Rebecca Smith. Chris Ful- ler was selected MVP by the team, and new captains, Cindy Jacobs, and Lisa Mansur feel optimistic about next year's team. 13 1 . T il 1 , .1 , , igiff. . 24 -M V. -4. f Q 4 -A , 1 , , . . -1 n IQ 5 - "fl -' 1 - . ,f - ......-fa 1 V V J I i, ,Q .. - Q' Q. . A V. an A A -r ' A I S X - I 4 . V ...V .1, -1 .W ' mf 9 1 b f f ""' ' ' QQ' ,Q 5 . ki, th' . -v .-., in W X A , .N ,. . , n I -Y v,,1:5 " 13. Q 4 -. , dr- . ' ' V -, 'Qv,.h?:"'-. -vqofn'..,.,,g... ' ,.., ,.-,-...a.,.-f And. I R, ' T ' -'fQH'f+-f'.- ':-"'T'f .. .. ' x-n.,,Q..,.1. A ' 4. . 1- 1 ,f4,,'4a ' 1--.--".-, .' . L - " ' J ., 'fr' A ' 1 , . I g Q -flipwlf -V nv V A- .L1',,,." , , H., .,-.,J"T" i ,1. 1 1 . , , . - ,. .. .1 a....:w.-" f - ' A- A kj A. s .Q :M l 1-.'tItl.U A M O I' : ' - V ' 'C"2!a'f2!:. 41 'E ' -, . , 6 Q- x e - - ' W fihw-:S ? ' . Lf nf '54,-. 5. . " . . .4 N, s if -1, if D A A' 'f .- 'B - . 5.1 , I -rg an f' 32-rfkff-5--i. A ., . v - ' 1 'GSS ,- ,. V.-?"T"-i"" Il ' xl' 1 I K... -A x w i 943. Lf O9 1' 1, . n- L- C Ji 1 bang' 5 , U xxl Ari 1? .ui K Qu I X.X-X.X .XF .rf 1,1 ATTINR- BOY'S VARSITY TRACK SEM .EH S if sl' If X Q4 ' l Y .Q 1 5-5" x lan. 41 A ' .QAM-ef' 7 nm, Y. Kim, A. Gordon, J. Williams, J. Grant, A. Garron, J. Bloomingdale, A. Bloch, M. Mallon, D. Grain, T. O'Meara, B. Butler, G. Marinotsky, M. Curnen, M. Goodman, M. Wall, P. Barry, H. Lewis, H. Getson, S. Moran, A. Garron, B. Joiner, D. Garron, J. Clopeck, B. Chalmers, D. Bloch, J. Cohen, Coaches: Torosian, Lenhart uh as 1 . 'g . Z! X. A V --"r gf The track team had an outstanding campaign this season. Arnold Garron, the team's MVP, led the Flyers to an 8-1 record. Next year's tri-captains are Mike Goodman, Don Garron, and John Clopeck. 15 Titi ' ' '11 " --:" ' ' riiw - '1 ar :,"'::r-.. ""- ' ,df 'hw ' - - "' -1 ' 1 " , "1-'- . e ....:'.4fe.-din'-,Q lv -v ' S'-' T uuvuUv':r'n1v:""F' . . D -. , ,'-""'- --...-:::::::..---2'-.'-v K Q- . Uitiuuu u """- .- I I I I I r E? 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J ohn Irwin BROWN UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD ............. ........ L auren Hawkes DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION .... ..... C hristine Harrington JEWISH WAR VETERANS BROTHERHOOD AWARD ... ........ Robert Clinton ALICE F. DUNTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP .... ............ P aula Jean Borghi WARD DECENZO SCHOLARSHIP AWARD ......... ..................... M ary Ahearn SAMUEL JOHNSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP .. ..... Barbara Chait, John MacLeod NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP ...... ................ R obert Chouinard FRAMINGHAM WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP ....... ........ K evin Barry, Jeffrey Williams FRAMINGHAM POLICE SCHOLARSHIP FUND, INC. .... ...John Conlin, Christine O'DonneII NOTRE DAME CLUB OF BOSTON SCHOLARSHIP .. ................ William Hannigan PINEFIELD GARDEN CLUB ........................ ................. J ennifer Porter SIMPSON PARK GARDEN CLUB ..................... ...Sharon Levine DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION SCHOLARSHIP ... ...Paul Mahoney JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S. SCHOLARSHIP .... ..... S haron Levine DENNISON MANUFACTURING SCHOLARSHIP ......... .... R obert Colonna AMERICAN LEGION GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD ................ ... .... ....... R obert Clinton GEORGE P. KING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ..................... ...................... L ouis Sostilio FRANCIS RIORDAN SCHOLARSHIP ............................................................. Joyce Moran FRAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS SCHOLARSHIP .......... Patricia King, Mary Ahearn, Dianna Rynkiewicz, Daria Anes, Joseph Hinckley, Paula Borghi FRAMINGHAM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION, INC. AWARD ... ....................... William Hannigan SERVICE TO THE STUDENT CRIER .................... .............................. A my Gordon NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP ' CERTIFICATE OF MERIT ............................................... Michael W. O'neiI, Peter H. Witham LETTERS OF COMMENDATION ................................. Clifford Denker, David Galvin, Amy Gordon William Hannigan, Kathy Hanson, Christine Harrington, William Hoyt, Kenneth Kranseler, Lisa Levy, Dianna Rynkiewicz, Bruce Selin, Susan Seltzer, Marsha Silverberg, David Tobey, Louis Tsiros MATH OLYMPIAD TEST AWARD ...................................................,........... Susan Seltzer EXCELLENCE IN ART ........................................................................ Jennifer Porter EXCELLENCE IN DRAMA ................................. ...... K athy Tomielly, Ivan Slovin JOHN HANCOCK AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS .. ...Ann DeCenzo, Linda Gustafson EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS ......................... ................. P aul MacMillan EXCELLENCE IN MUSIC ................................ .. .................... Edward Sawyer EXCELLENCE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION .... ............. J enny Ventura, Arnold Garron EXCELLENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ....... ................................ L ouis Tsiros DRAMA SERVICE AWARD .............. .... DRAMA ACTING AWARD ........ MUSICIANSHIP AWARD ...... MUSIC SERVICE AWARD ...... DRAMA CLUB SCHOLARSHIP .. MVP FOR HOCKEY ............. MVP FOR BOYS BASKETBALL ... MVP FOR FOOTBALL .......... MVP FOR CROSS COUNTRY ... MVP FOR FIELD HOCKEY ..... MVP FOR INDOOR TRACK ...... MVP FOR GIRLS BASKETBALL .. MVP FOR GIRLS GYMNASTICS .... MVP FOR GIRLS TENNIS ...... MVP FOR SPRING TRACK .... MVP FOR SOFTBALL ........... MVP FOR GIRLS SOCCER ........ MVP FOR BOYS SOCCER ....... MVP FOR GIRLS SPRING TRACK MVP FOR LACROSSE ........... MVP FOR GIRLS LACROSSE ..... MVP FOR WRESTLING ...... MVP FOR BOYS SWIMMING .... MVP FOR GIRLS SWIMMING .. MVP FOR VOLLEYBALL ....... MVP FOR BOYS TENNIS ............... MVP FOR GOLF ......................... AMERICAN LEGION HOCKEY AWARD ....... WILFRED MITCHELL MEMORIAL AWARD ... JANE DUANE MEMORIAL AWARD ROBERT PAVIA AWARD ................ PETER C. VENNE MEMORIAL AWARD .......................... ALLEN MEMORIAL AWARD ...................................... Daria Casinelli, Andrew Gordon, Lisa Levy ...Marci Lee Goldberg, Mark MacConnell .........................LisaKu ferman D .............................JodyJunker . .... Thomas Durgin, Dana West, Dora Tarver . ......................... Steven Giatrellis ..........................MarkPokora . . . . . . . . . Arnold Garron ...........John Clopeck . . . . . Christine Harrington . . . . . . . . . Arnold Garron ..........Sandy Keefe . . . . Michelle Cooperman ..........Linda Kelly ...Arnold Garron . . . . . Susan Keefe ...Sharon Levine ....AImor Afonso ....Crislan Fuller . . . . Michael Elliot .... Lisa Takacs . . . . Russell Baker ...Wayne Eddy ...Jenny Ventura . . . . Virginia Clark ...Allen Cohen . . . . . . Chip Ballas ...Blake Dawson .........John Tosti .........SandyKeefe . . . . Michael Ferragamo .... 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