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Y w 4 PHILOMATH FBAMINGHAM SOUTH HIGH SCHUOL T FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 1981 For yesterday is but a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision But today well-lived, makes every Yesterday a dream of happiness And every tomorrow a vision of hope. PHILOMATH STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF AMY TUCKER ASSISTANT EDITOR IULIE ISEN EDITORS ACTIVITIESXCLUBS: Cindy Shevrin BUSINESSXADVERTISING: Denise Ferrara CREATIVE ARTS: Sandy Ravreby FEATURE CARTOONIST: Paul Gordon FACULTYXADMINISTRATION: julie lsen PHOTOGRAPHERS: Robin Decina, Keith Swindell STAFF: Paul joseph, Paul Smith, joEllen Berardi SENIOR SECTION: Amy offenberg SENIOR PHOTO COORDINATOR: Connie Wynne SPORTS: Lisa Rosenblatt UNDERCLASS: Caroline Coburn CURRENT EVENTS: janet joiner COPY: Beth Levy MUSIC: Donna Sliney, Lori Klienman GENERAL STAFF David Bloch, janine Carpenter, Steven Cooperman, Marco Curnen, Becky Esty, Cara Ferragamo, Mary beth Fougere, Debbie Hyslop, Maura Kelley, Marjorie Lesser, Bobby Lowry, Lisa Mansur, Debbie Melanson, Maria Mulherin, Chris Nolet, Carol Pedulla, jennifer Roche, Chris Rourke, Monica Sullivan. ADVISORS PHILOMATH ADVISOR: Mr. Richard Engvall BUSINESS ADVISOR: Mr. Paul Zaido COVER AND DIVIDERS: A.T., j.l., M.B.F., C.W., C.C., L.R., M.S., j.j., A.O. ENDSHEETS: A.T., j.I., MB.F., C.W., C.C., L.R., M.S., j.j., A.O. l I 9770 I P Sncerez fiaragwt-was J. 'X ... COfTl'UJO5,5OfT'Ccb -Z? Ft1f1f.'rnoSf'ofagana.I ac: rE5,lCl6'QieCcg'flrT1jU 0 5' g I e-xcrcorrwribe naw tglessaufs P UCC y wrwcu- 0 'ice rt' . ' - Q LU Q SU CJ we were-5 C155 52 16151 ll , , . ,-, , -,-..,,.L.. V - , , TIT table f v ' 'Q I I L A . H., Q, , vga!! ' fa K . '-Ja . vf Y J 'G ,AC t B248 ,QQ , J ' if acuity M Q 1 15 J GVVIOVS G pg ,4Q i HdQVClQ55mQm EPZ DNS A12 QfQi. 'f Q 0 IUDS M oCU'v1UG3o1sz main C 17:2 WITH LL OFO RLO E QM! ' . Z lift I + TO MRS. SEARIAC: OUR SECRETARY AND FRIEND For the hours and time spent organizing our class and keep- ing it together, we have built a great respect and love for you. The entire class realizes the understanding that you have en- tended in our behalf. You are a hard-vvorker, super lady, and a good friend. 1 TO MRS. LOSPINOSO: OUR ADVISOR AND FRIEND Throughout the past four years, we have relied on you for all of our class activities. Never have you let us down nor have you given us anything except your best. We cannot expresss how greatly you are appreciated by the class, your class. Thank you for being our friend. ,. 3 f if Q I Q l ,F A "7""nwf' 1' . ,fx ,W,.,,'fq sr A TO MR. IOYCE: OUR ADMINISTRATOR AND FRIEND How can we begin to express our love, respect, and devotion to you. You have suffered with us, stood by us, and comforted us in trying times High School can be one of the most difficult periods in your life but with your help, the time spent at South has been enjoyable and a lot easier. You have cared for us as though we were your own chil- dren and guided us onto the right path. We realize the time you have put into our class and the love which you have bestowed upon us during these four years. To you Mr. loyce, our friend, we leave our love for you to cherish forever. The class of 1981 salutes you, Mr. Joyce. The class of 1981 would like to dedicate this volume of the Philomath to the three individuals who have dedi- cated the most time, effort, and devotion to us. We thank you for the many things which you have done for us and have only this small token of appreciation for all of your love. To Mrs. Seariac, Mrs. Lospinoso, and Mr. loyce, we dedicate this book to you, with love. 1 w I ,x Q. T 5,7 Q, Nsfyf, 1 G I ,.- I . I 1 .' I ' ' ' 1 .' Y rf 6 5 . Ao . 'O O EVA: , i .-...,. I 2 gi q --....... ..,. .. 4 ' , 4 " I ' " fr ' X 1 , j p I 1 i . if I V If I 5 3 f 5 ' l I u, s . ,L 1 V . 9 N A Z v . ,V V, , Q V ' 1' Ns it ' , -5 ,f v , 55 v . Y QL., 1 ' 5' ' fx ,.. ' 5 x..,U A in X'1".i A 13 .J f , . -. J I X i ' ' W uX, W4 YC S 2339 n 'F . ,VA F F T'-is ' ' 'Q K ...xv 5 1""QQf.lg:r 'A 1 I, X F Ai' -Q M J"-1,"?1,.5J 'M x' - '--A - - .J - rn s- ,I ' ,3+"-- ,Ik 'mi vi -' A ' 31 fx- ! 1" ri jf' v , ' E K ..., if U ,nw 'Q if .F lp-1 1 . .iw F14 U9 I' .N 7 qv QSH3 A 'YN -. ver!-. -F112 r.--- L. '- ,fig - K 'L' 'Q' HIGH SCHOQL I DOMESTIC NEWS THE UNITED STATES WENT THROUGH MANY CHANGES AND PROBLEMS WHICH WILL ALWAYS EFFECT OUR LIVES. THE NEW MAN IN TOWN: RONALD REAGAN SO LONG IIMMY CARTER: IT'S BEEN REAL I Q I OPERATION ABSCAM ATTORNEY GENERAL CIVILETTE DEFENDS ABSCAM WHO'LL FIGHT FOR AMERICA? THE DRAFT REINSTATED D1gA5'1HgR IN VVASHINCQTCJN WHERE WILL ALL THE PEOPLE GO? IIIE LRUPIION OF MT. ST. HELENS THE CUBAN REFUGEE5 WORLD EWS RED ALERT FROM MOSCOW THE HOSTACE DRAMA NERVOUS ABOUT LABOUR UNREST, THE SOVIETS SET OUR PEOPLE FREE GET THEIR TROOPS READY v -I QU ITALIAN DISASTER MAJOR EARTHQUAKES KILL HUNDREDS - I AND LEAVE OTHER IAIOIVIELESS f ' . 4' A f' , 'I . IQ I X .Y I, ,ff Q I may f , I i f , L -1 'I', A f i ,xL'vjiN: 4 I1I , AAAA A- ,Iv f a -' 1 mv: . 1 A A I ,' ' LJ. A'-, . POLAND STRIKES NO WORK THEY HOLLER ' ge an Y ,Ai ,yur I I A f 'sr I , f I sr K F' ,x '-- , , W:-, J! ' 'YI , Red Alert frvm I M oscow Nervous about labor unrest, the Soviets get their troops ready SPECIAL I TEREST nga, ' '73 " I -C11 1. A 5 5 2 Y P5 ALBERTO SALAZAR WINS N.Y.MARATHON MUHAMED ALI LOSES TITLE ' 7:, f Perri Sl' ,......mmnamu-1Q 'Q fl' . ',-' . . Q04 A f J! L5 1 I I I . . I J, K U THE PREP SET: BACK IN ACTION jul' . , we If - . I T 2 I Q l I " 0 -.,, xii . -102.-. . of-. . ,- 4 -. . PHILLIES WIN WORLD SERIES ill!! .. -.1 4 vs- f .-. I ? Ji THE LONG GOODBYE THE SHAH OF IRAN ALFRED HITCHCOCK SO LONG TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE MADE OUR STAY PETER SELLERS SO BEARABLE, AND TO YOU WHO HAVE HELPED TO SHAPE THE WORLD INTO WHAT IT IS TODAY. rg, I Z.. IOHN LENNON 1940-1980 In Deep Memor of Leo McKenna The easiest words to say Seem somehow the hardest to write. Sad words do have their say, Still have no answers anyways. It just seems so unfair . . . So verv unfair . . . But hehincl the fears and tears, +1-:gh Behind this seemingly endless lingering loss. Whit h one ut' Us clare smile, Or html many of us already have, I thinle we all have the strength, lm match little l,eu's laugh, Saving he's hetter now. lit-.ith he not .i hurnt out canclle, Hut .i canrlle hlown out Het ,iuse the rlawn has come. is Doreen McKenna ahh' ZZ ui -' E35 'g-'E Q -. ' U Lnfi ay! V if-2 , L gm E as 2:5 EJ: .5 mb I f QF ca. -- 9!9Sg de BO055- Bull In 2 2' QUE Q ag 5' :J QIFEUDIOGQ 3 ffnj Eg? UQ Q In 3, ' E G 5 8 3' M ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS f-if E I erllau D2 599 EEQ MQQ Earn. 25.3. wiyfgk ,.LJllo.w ,.3?f?fT' .1rkO,': fb Q .75'f1?i T T22-. X gait' ,Y ffl v- Lm '25 6 QD "A N .E Og Q fu -- U2 -r F! fi I 'Z 4 O 'I UPG 5 'SUBJ 9111193 think. " t I knew FasL I ,',.1f.q,vL. rw, ,- 1' , , 4 ffm f"' V" 'C I V7--I ,J Tv- f . ,,,L. ' 6muUipfC'1LwLnLLQ Genius JL.: PQI lf! W I jx :aj vita YG: .ff fh xwf if Dr. Albert Benson Peter McConarty Principal lean Rousseau Secretary to Pauline Gambone Main Superintendent ot Schools Principal Office Secretary il 'Ds rr: 7' was X F. lay' Mr. john loyce Grade 12 Kitty Seariac Herbert Waugh Grade ll Kay Ward Administrator Administrator .. may Q 5115440 ,yu-sw. as know IQ 13 9 I0-A fd . laquc-line Diggs Grade 10 Mr. Robert Flaherty Grade 9 Mdfihd lohnson Arlniinistrator Administor G IIION 5 ,.,f-" , L72 la a..,,. 1 'ixl 5 'asy- All t ,.,,,. N12 . .1 !f ,,,, , x , .., fl ' J 'IK X, . Xki-J, 1 'A- ., , N' 1 H1 T... :rf- f I t Je ,..- CY IN, 'hx If Martin Barry Katherine Schomer john Nolan Carol Connors Head Counselor .,, 1 1 can 'fm n 1 'T I i 11. 4,1 A . ,ff . 5 'S' , fax , A, - 't i ., T ' ,l - . if V , .Lina , J A D +-,NAV M,-f Claire Shapirg Robert Tyra DGUNS POVIGV joan Roussea Secretary Secretary as 5,- I...G2Uf IDHNCE1 I N.--1-""'4m, '?""'F4 15.11 Paul Hester Department Head 1' Y i X O -' f. ,Y A , , 5 X fr . . L 1 3' .J . . .,, if 'rr Q x az 4 2, r Alfred Gaucher Edna Raine 5 5 ..., fi. Q' ,Q x e xx!! U, 1 1 yf- w Ag. N"-h i, if -'Z . -f,"5,wfa" Q- 1 ,. ' 'se 0'0- i , ' A. 'lo sk 4 1 51 s,X , "S',v z", ' Q ,Q 4 ,fi -i f A W Russel Antell Marcia Booth Richard Engvall Aldo Grandoni Department Head 3X I g 'Y x W Q75 ' . lr I x, Y w X , 5 i3 fr I M 1 0 f Gregory Hebbard Anna Lamperti joyce McKeown Anthony Minnichelli r 1 T Q E" 'Z s ' N M' 1 I ff v 1 xii' 4' cifi- ,A-J ,T tj 3 J . B ff-fa-.. joseph Palono Paul Pappas james Quinn W S TQH ' A 0 4. 0 I M--s? 'J uv -I !,.al5 'MJ , vi , 'LM 43" Eg In -5 f I ' u ' vi-af. JM., -qv to in Q.. fair uuuqpo- 'Sz-4',!--f 1' f 35 Frank james Evelyn Aaronson Nancy Baldwin Dorothy Carter Department Head xl Pamela Cook lane Duffy Marion Goodman Thomas Hamilton 4 .f at 3 ,J Phvliss Hott h Mary O'Neil Sophie Savas Richard Sosny an ' . ,zmmaz - f t ' f A A f ENGLISH , Wes ri 4'- Regina Stratford Irene Swartz Eletha Yeaton Lucinda Stevens i I' 1 I mlxp t an k l i ,if , auf' l ' A ,tb V' - f i Q E ' 1 X f Claire Berthiame loan Weber Leslie Martineau Linda Paul Department Head Florence Mack Gino Carbone john Binkoski Araceli Olano 131 Elaine Satlak Catherine Rubeski x it Wt l LBNGUBGE fi' - O? YM! ' la ' , 'lg' o'J,.:. aff XZ' ' Mk an-non... 'iz , 3.1, 8 1 ,M , -749 S '1- R N 1 fm ? L Christopher Carrahan Paul Zaido Noel Zinkievich Dorothy janda Department Head -ff? Gerard Kelley Victor Ram Ronald Sudmeyer Vincent Trincia - - I1 ua 1 4 " bfi:-gf! -W..- ,, lzfu-"' , YI ,, if V2.5 3 5,1 . 1: : -if--N'-1 1.4511 ' 23122-- .ew " .pq " ...l,,..:- :- rig.-1' ' ff" F. ,. ,... 5 dh fs - L9-in 1 .-'i V.-' Q, X gg' x. 1 Y- X . ., , .,g.,i FJ: " V., -'-ai, ip f f.- .,9gf,:L4. '+- f , t , few.- nf 1 O! SOC DIE 1 I W4 5. Q4 rs. x gnu 2 A,,,.....-----' "" . 'J' 1' ,J- r M., - 5 M A ra J .I X Q S. "1 261 ,vi- x ,,.,-5, , . -,rf Charles Hatch Thomas Murphy Veronica Smith Roger McDevitt Department l-lead KN,-f I V Jam Irene Riley Alice Costa Louis Travani Marie MacDonald R 7 rn 1 ' " ...... ,Yi .fn li 31,1 , 5 r I V z W ,div l t :U-ggi, 1 1 -- .am ll" 'sri iii' iff. C- ' 5- , Hull My IIN l , il' l. l ESS .....::-as -5 ,,i ai lo lamesCarey ll If llll Ill' 9, 2 ", "-'if' P QM! .i'ixJ'PQ"n.1 PIP Dui' -nrsfai func am 5 Fx - 'Seam ' i1 .N .N . X u , 9-...a . . , - x Gus Luparelli George Krikorian John Hannon Donald Scobie Supenrieor Head Teacher -4- 4 " Y' L4 Frank Viscardi Ronald Alves Edward Krencisz Edward Champlain X5 r ,ik " rl" 1 "-. -N ra- ,rf-r rf' f E5 1 r is mf: Y , ' L L A H :Z . 4 1' 1. 4 bd gfpg A., in,-U 55, ' - j5,,g,.,,,-.., ' ' ' " ' ' -Ailhilm-'H V... ..-..f..- X . l . ' ' A - - - 4 ,NL in M5 f at fur k. 'r .3301 Betsy Wiggins Cathy Lightbody Ellen Makyhein Mary Driscol Supervisor Head Teacher F35 0 ECUNO C f'm me , Q? Neil Cotton Joseph Oneschuk Matt Ritval Layne Lospinoso Supervisor of Art Supervisor of Music Department Head ,by ii ig ES' Robert jackowitz john Groves George Perrone Department Head QI! 'i H , f 01' YW Jfxgs U ' Id? 7. ,Li I If I HRT am i K.i5IC a ff if , aw, .fy 4' Jia- .r, 4 QQ: I Q, lp T' ,4 L2 Q mr' 1 31- 'ST' MARY MCDERMOTT MARY BETH GUILD MARY BRADLEY ANNE LAMB SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION SPECIAL EDUCATION 1' if I. 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A I 1 Ak ft" :Ks 'v Q I' , YW Y -.1 I s 55 t KA sl 5 "gs,-V Y. R' 6 A W. Tx N ,s I. 'X ' " s Tx il!! .-'J 'W-'ff' pr ' nn. gli At .5 . , 1 ' X' Q11 tlme to shme 2QP'9!J:l 4999 Wuincredibly good" class WHY TEENAGERS DRINK Q .M gy up R gi 55 nmnmnm Y i ng-+5 'Q ..c:"c: Heinekefn CJ I'- EPP 2 5 2 ' HELP FOR YOUR CAR ' , ff r 'ff 5 Yi C 3 'ij VENUS s29,,f Q- ' . x' 'wx F 'A 1 Uk , n, Q Q CD 2 we E' . fx L 'rAND"-- I FAVOFW Q. 2 : cn Fr I' if ' 'TO GETHER WE S Ik Lu atteensare LO KIN at Ll TNIN e 805 TAL:4!NG augur 4 Rlumte B Come Cefeagateaf P R E P gorgeous, sexy-young "' ' CDF? If ld HAPPINESS IS . .. . . . studies. . . . snow days. ...opening night of a play. . . . keg parties. . . . the new McDonalds. . . . passing gym. ...senioritis. . . . weekends. . . . graduation. . . . concerts. ...drinking games. . . . getting accepted to college. .. . half days. 2v'.'v"'g It ix "ll 7 L' ' CAN YOU IMAGINE . .. . . . a party with the entire Class? . . . joe without Angela? . . . Chris Keefe, Laurie Kizik, or Cathy Cullen in evening gowns? . . . P.B. Leddy or Betsy O'Grady dressed punk? . . David Fritz and Owen O'Rourke in a drinking contest? ...the drinking age being lowered to 16? . . . Mr. MCConarty smiling? . . . never getting carded? . . . Mr. Pappas with straight black hair? ... Donna Sliney in the smoking area? . . . Kiki Walker dressed preppie? . . . Framingham with no cops? . . . Katie Leleivre with the same hairdo every day? use - JF.: 7'-cl-"1 DO YOU REMEMBER . .. . . . being a freshman? ...sneaking in and out of school? . . . school food? .. . the prom? . . . Millwood parties? .. . Babes in Toyland? ... Friendlies? . . . the Senior Superlatives? . . . rallies? . . . the extremely spirited Cheerleaders? ...the smoking area? ...the boiler room explosion? . . . those between-period butts? ... Freshman girls? . . . parties in hotel rooms? . . . kegs? ...john Lennon? ... Having the munchies? ...field trips? ...Ski Trips? . . . Bermuda? . . . your prom date? MISERY IS . . . . . sitting in front of O'Brien's on a Saturday night. . . leaving your smoking card at home. . . worms in your food. . . Sunday morning. . . failing gym. . . critical thinking. . . being grounded. . . no money for gas . . cops. . . diets. . . the cotillion and prom in the school? . . dress rehearsal. . . applications. . . rejections from colleges. l Q l L I TERESE E. ABELLI The secret to lite is enioving the pas- sage of time. IT 79,80 . I , Ski Trips . . . LOLA , .. Cowboy . . . PDC . . . Marshfield . .. Swiss Alps . .. Lacrosse , .. CSNrc1 Young, . . Mich . . . ROn Ice. . . FI-I . . . KMac . . , Psyched . . . TEA :4'4? IV 'ii I CARLOS M. AFONSO Try to be like a turtle - at ease in your own shell. Born to be Wild. nutty . . . daring . . . wild and crazy ...Soccer , . , woody . . . Seger! . .. Madonna Charlie PETER A. ALFANO If I need a cause for celebration or a comfort I can use to ease my mind I rely on my imagination and dream of an imaginary time, Ieep... Bucs... BUSCH ,.. Party- ing IB . . . Friends . . . ALF x ROBERT 1. ALLEN The only man who makes no mis- takes is the man who never does any- thin . Go fgor it! . . . widerstand . . . dust . .. bowl refugee I.C.D.C. 4!24!8O 6th per. in music room . . . Bob I. ll I I "You .iskerl for it, you've got il, the seniors. Ialmostl IOSEPH ALTOBELLI I want to learn what life is for, I don't want much I just want more. laughable. . .casual . . .understand- ing...Prom'80...AMS...ALTO WANDA IVETTE ALVERIO Silence speaks louder than words. Puertoritan . , . skip clays . . .always the In-st ... Ind pd, ,,, soaps ... tion. Hosp ..., All My Children . . . Calm . I . natural . I . wonder woman Ap 'st al ANNETTE ELIZABETH ALVERIO lt's not that I talk too much, lt's that life inside me has so much to say. Heading to Newbury College major- ing in Business . . . happy ...crazy ... involved . . , alive . . . skip days are the best.. . Annie Q5 MARIE ANDERSON In a way, we grew up together, a shared and special time. There's so much to be grateful for and so much to remember. Cape '77 '78 . . . DQ ..., I2!24!80 tFreedomI ... DOC ... BF ... KF . . . Mary CAROLYN R. ASSA When travelling upon the road of life always travel forward, never straight. Prom 79 G1 80 Glouster Mr. B ... Seger . . . YES . . . WDTA . . . 291 or to9t FL DEEP... PURPLE . , . CE . . . "Caroleen" SEAN AYLWARD .........-A ...... Q, . ,X 4 -. lilbibinfmk- -Q-if l ROBERT I. BAKER Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things that should be changed and the wisdom to know the difference. Seger . . . swimming . .. woody . .. Rob V -v its X li PAULA IOYCE BARILONE Travel as far and as much as much as possible. Cinema Craze. . .Travel . . . Giggler ... Boycrazy . . . Daydreamer .. . Fashion shows . . , Bright eyes lvl, 15.5 PATRICK I. BARRY tu J Seniors dressed in style SHANON D. BAKER Dream on Dream until your dreams come true Falmouth '80 ... Budweiser ... good things come in small packages ...Seger...8O... Farm LFB ...If it's fun do it! . , . Shanon -1-... 'PWS "sg--- STUART B. BAUM Yesterday ig n0t 0Ur5 IO reqgver, but "ll l Cali mdk? l7Lll ONE' Sail matt tomorrow is ours to win or lose. intramural B-ball The res laugh, then surely mx lite has worth." Soccer .,, "yoplait" .., nailed Vviderstand Prom '80 . .. ELLIE 9!19!8O "what" ... track ... ulti- ... unique ... creatixe ... intelli- mate . . . TD. club . . . "peeping Pat gent . , .variety shoxxs...greenMtt1 and his pals" FAT M .. , hubbx . . . dusthoxxl , . . rt-Y tugee an ELLEN BALLOU The heart has manx doors of which friendship is but one. Don't be to quick to bolt them .. , Zappa. . .The Magig Bus . . . Stones ... NY '80 . . , lt's worth the trip SHERRI LEE BAUMAN liut nun l must ntalte mx tixxn pai' tor otltvrs tti ttilltixx, FL . ,, Nes summer Htl mia . Seger. LH prom til Lf to ill or Qlll Hvrnitt XXDTN .ll "I hate' been led on the Natl' wt litt '?17A3... VT ' " 1' Nfl' '- ' . ,.v 1 -ix., CY 'Nairn rf MARCY E. BEHRENS "All the wonders you seek are within xourseltf' Aetne ... spirited ... caring ,.. musieal run-loxing a true friend . . .morning smiles. . . lapan. , -. x -9 N x xx , DAVID BEIRNE "Be yourself, live for today, and dream of tomorrow," Basketball . . . Baseball . . . CDB . .. New York . , . Bernzy x ' .- fx ' l ll, A if XIT'S,L...' ly 1 - I in hs v, V ,- Ab x L-., N y Q ' T Q Q PAULINE MAY BLAIR H, irfi viii .-.iff tint ti lin-nfl is lilo- .i ghigri-r 1tiiri.tlii,i'. 'li'f "'- iii iinin-l liiwriflli, Qi'i:i" ill vllrlf llii' I'IIi-.llxsv tlirilo iiiiii il.ifl l l AF" 0' i IO-ELLEN BERARDI "All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever beff Hey Baby Yes Remember? Suds ... Photo ... summer'8O ... Dazed and Confused C-E Bethany . . . FL , . . Pagoda . . . lo. ELIZABETH A. BESHEARS "You can only live once, but if you live right, once is enough." casual . ., honest sympathetic confident ... studious ... Florida quiet always ready to help . . . Beth. is BEATE BLECHSCHMIDT MARK ALAN BLUMENTHAL CATHERINE T. BOHN spat iw iinpulsiw nivsti-rious . . . "Far beyond these castle walls, life is "Many dreams come true and some niiisiial inilnitliial , radiant never what it seems. have silver linings, l live for my ilii-i-itul , liki-.ibli-, lit-iitsih All men must mei-t their des- dreamsandapocketfullofgold."- igiiri11'ritistit.lI1gt' links tiny," friendly . . . ambitious . . . VI' Led Zeppelin , . , Spew'Bll . 4 , HHK . . . C'ape'8ll Ashland KB ... DB CM . . . CS . .. . . Lobo . A . Blume. CS , . . Born to Be Wild . . . loves to party . . . IH . . . dream maker . . . Cathy, SCREAM AND SHOUT Electric lights and eight foot speakers, fifth row floor and scalping tickets, riding the T and screaming for more. Without a doubt, concerts and keg parties are the most-loved events dur- ing the year. The 1980-81 season brought Boston, Providence, Cape Cod, and even Springfield great concerts: Bob Seger t9f9l, Kansas and Molly Hatchet t1 11101, Bruce Springsteen t12!15J, The Doobie Brothers t11!15l. l. Geils tsummer shows and 12f 271, james Taylor t10f25l, The Cars t12!1 1, Santana, the Greatful Dead, Black Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult, jackson Browne at Tanglewood and all the others we missed. 1'Rock and Roll will never forget." x'l kt IANET BOWDEN "lf you love something set it free, if it comes back it is yours, if it doesn't it never was." realistic... loves life . . . CALIF . .. THE CAPE . . . Florida '80. DONALD A. BOWLES "If I ever get out of here, l'm gonna katmandu " Bob Seger Black and Blue Tour , . . Ted Nugent . . . Led Zeppelin . . . Wrestling. IOSEPH BRATICA "Cherish yesterday, dream of tomor- row, live for toda Hockey . . . Football . . . Track . . . generous . . . hard-worker . . . sensi- tive.. .athletic . . . Individual. TODD BROSEGHINI If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man's life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility. Life is deep . . . Widerstand Bros. K LISA MICHELLE BOND "Now, somehow I know l've come a long way, got a long way to go." Brighteyes. . . DJWD. . . Rand l . .. Chris ... S!21!80 ... prom'80 ... TSP . . . the circle . . . someday . .. Lis. ,gan 7 IOSHUA BOUCHEY "When this you see, remember me and bear me in your mind, Let all the world say what they may, Speak of me as you find " f Brian jones SAGE A. BOYLE 'fln the mountains, in the cities, you can see the dream. Look around you. Has it found you? ls it what it seems?" - Neil Young "Bad news" ... Hunk IR ... OK-KO? . ., ef19fao MM pany "ROT" . . . RSC. . . matchingtowels ...Kinks . . . NMH. jaw' 'T DAVID "BIFF" BROWN No cliques for me thanks. Who is Erik Bean? . . . loe Dowskx, Chris and Sap. K.. 5 SUSAN BRADLEY Remembers - the summer of 1980 Mike 143 ...4!25!8O . . . Old Blue ...D.M. 81 T.W .... Parties. . . TW ...Gail Pat... Bob...What ever happened E.O.E. Good-Bye. SHARON G. BROWN Look not mth tour exes tht-x se onlx limitions. Rather seek with tour heart and xou will tintl muth :now Prom '79 , , , mayor league who road trips . . Seger 80 XXL, Xt . . . Bermuda 81 . XR' iw T 81 . , mint . . . Shawna, -13 ERIC BURKENPAS i r' 1' if .Q ,, fix Ax i '54 4.-... I f"X L .- - -wrywr- fm- - "4 IUDITH BUTMAN Let me turn your dark clouds into rainbow, Easy-going . .. lives for today sidekicks with lane and Dora jackson Brown '80 M8tM EC .... Iudy. I' CY? .l.. I Kiss me, I got the signal , , .,g-,QVQ--Y- . . ., f nf' M... CAROL ANN CALLAHAN l'rn all right, nobody worry about me. Full of Life . .. rowdie , . . party up P.D.C. Prom '80 ... R.D. summer '79 ...wild and crazy . .. go for it , . . soccer . . . C.A. -Qi .id SUSAN K. CANAL SALVATORE IOHN CAPIZZI LORI A. CAPUTO IAMES MICHAEL CARNEY In r Ilin-sil.ili'r,iiizi-ll11-i,-,rirIfIsi'i'l'iIs Nt-vt-r gm- up and clit-, tht-rv is no The wheel in the sky keeps on turn- Everytime I closethc dooron reality, il l i.i. xoiii1,,.it lunar! ,I,lllS4'X,UlIf tuturt- in ii, ing .incl l tlon't know whore- l'Il be il comes through the window, it to olfl LV rapt. some-r . , , tht- rt-s . , . 1. tomorrow. Baseball . . . ski trip '80 , . . ten Main Ni If ,it loss tor - onls rolling 1.4-ils .. slo trips . ,. tht' big L . .. Suniiner of '78 P.Il.E.M ,... summer Str . . . Allman Bros. '79 . . , Cot! . .. I 4 t lonnit Sui- apt- sign EIU , n.nl4-cl Wlflflitl , . . ol '80 onset Bl, MID. LM .... heart Cape Cod . . . Svger '80 . . . Carn. woorlic- school-spirited . . , Sal, loses he-rsvll' in Bobby . . . L l B forever. 'C1f"'f" DAVID W. CASAVANT Cherish the past, hope for the future, but live the moment. Friendly . . . Gurds . . . laughable , .. P.D.C ..,. lackson Browne. . . HHK ...Olympic games... Bulldogs.. . Cas. SUZANNE B. CHASE Life is nothing more than a dream, but don't wake me up! Summer of '80 . . .Coke adds life. . . it you going to do something wrong, enjoy it! . . . Sue. ANDREA IANE CHETTI If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. lf you can dream it, you can become it. . , 'll'Q.l PHILIP E. CHAIT If chickens had lips, no one would be wrong. Mentzoid . . . useless weekends with my faggot friends ... intense masochist ... Doors ... Zombies . . . the Cireen superior genetic potential and psychological factors ...thanks loe. -4 1 'xx c-L., IEFFREY A. CHALMERS Life is to important a thing ever I think seriously about it, Football ...wrestling . . . track, will al 4 -1 V vv A A ' BARBARA CLARKE Why worry about tomorrow? Why not live it up now! Crazy about music . . . friendly . . . sympathetic a true friend summer '80 . . . MK HM CM Born to be loving . . . Fay. You wanna know all about what? ,V A IOHN A. CLOPECK Today's hard work is tomorrow's iust reward. determined ... conscientious . . . dedicated school spirited .. trackman . . . x-country . . . Clo. .. vi CAROLINE H. COBURN lt's nt t I t llt i i life: nt hat a tot nut nside me had so much I ix spunltx ski trips , ROITN AMT8Onset , . Happx lat N 'BU tht l u ' 1girs.grt'is ing . . . Tak, xiB ABL' it x Nl Linel ,i-ti . I I CO Hg 1- ERIC D. COHEN The pursuit of truth will set you free even it you never catch up with it. soccer , , . ski trips '79,'80 . . , PPPP. .,. Bike trip '80 ... trisbee ... VVMB. ,., JUDY ... the guys t,wk.l ,,.. summer '80 . , . Mike . .. MAD . . . Eric. MARY F. CONNOLLY lrl love to tliange the worlfl, lmtit I rlori I know what to flo So l ll leave it tip to you' Rush llampton li:-.irli Hum "srl, IItI'f,l lltuirt hlsl loo! rairilio-.x ru-xt line irittfiia- llti- lJf'.irl Seger fit: llil Il' 1 ff U X. 5 1-fi ww. ' i 7 AMYBETH COHEN Friends are people with whom you dare to be yourself. sensitive. . . creative . . .friendly . .. Summer '79 and '80, . . Lacrosse. . . Lina,Tak, M,B, Milwood-W.T. Mike Ski trips Ducky and What a fox, not bad aisle mgiii hae . . . ABC. i gif' T i'x Il IEFFREY COHEN ,.rf Q? Sv' CRAIG D. CONSERVA look, you have a mind of your own, So listen when it says you could he wrong. lhe first time is usually when you hear the song that sets you tree. New lersey X l 1 L as I TIMOTHY I. COLLINS Today, tomorrow, and yesterday have all been a damn good party, Rush cancelled, but keg, party Frank Zappa ... The Tu es . . . lim Hendrix AD House Bob's apt. . . . Led Zep, The Doors, Sex Pistols, 'vin WALTER H. CONNERY IV lt' not how tall you are, it's how big you feel. wrestling ACRO .. . Bob Seger ... Patriots ... Sue 8!l6!80 ... Monomy . . . Wally S 41" ,Y MICHAEL S. COVELL The future is uncertain and the end is always near, Cape Cod . . , Buds A , . Toot . . . Summer lam '80 . . . IW . . . BC . . . NA . . . Noel . . . my generation . , , 'K . -',. til! CHARLES TIMOTHY CRONAN III Do your best at what you choose, and you will never fail. lax MS ,, , football 054 , .. Flick ... "the bod" ... KAMD . .. sum- mer of "80" Cape , . , Co Wild . . . craz .,. Flint ... no problem .. Chuch , . . Crow Qlgfr I COLLEEN ANN CRONIN The more you love, the more you'll find, that life is good and friends are kind. Cape '80' . . . BW's . . . MH beer-n- straws concerts 6!7!80 Rm 123 . . . 5!23f'80. . . cackling. . .MH ...parties...friends...CC... BS. KAY CULLEN . wtf" T Q , l " ii QF. A IOAN F. CUNNINGHAM Wait a little while to welcome what your after give it the time to find it's way to you. Summer 80 . . . NASC . . . Concerts ...CAPE,..Classof80,..LOLA ...Ski Trips . . . BALCH . . . JERRY. Z2 ' .,'f' 'X 'Q KATHLEEN M. CULLEN The more you put into living, the more you get out of life. F.H. camp . . . ski trips '79, '80 . .. CSC Softball states '80 . .. the Cape ... Maine M. friends ... "Watcha say?" . . . K. Cullen. 6 Q? 3: n::""" vii LISA KRISTIN CULLEN summer jam 80. . .Mark . . . Sniper spirits in the night Molson Sugerbush Van Halen mesc Black Sabbath MD MN SS KW . . . coke adds life . . . Skynard, -xg- 1 's g,...,--' K - . .lil ' ii Q: f ,mgptij MARIORIE A. CURRAN WILLIAM CURREN Arise, go forth, and conquer. K. All the vvorld's a stage Us 1 1- ' I I I A f MICHELLE MARIE CUSACK LDITC life is .ill uc luxe to lixc our lox 0 is all iw hax 0 to gate, Summer IJIU 80 . Zappa . Bos ton NfEntl . . . smtts lwaclw-ltislw RI .. the luaufSl7 blow Quat ko N 4.1 DEBORA A. CONTRINO If you can't understand my silence, you will never understand my words. Cape '79 Bar Harbor '80 Doug . . , Determ Ned . . . Compact . . . Friendly . . . Debbie. : 'V 5 .si , I . - DAVID A. COTTON Never at a loss for words . . . direct ... ambitious ... hard worker ... individual . . . full of life . . . active. X Mama aC'T"S- ROBYN ELAINE DECINA We are secrets to each other. Each ones life a novel, noone else has read ...Rush summer jam 80. . . Geils 3 times . ,. The Who 79 ... ski trips ...prom 79 80. . . photo . . . parties ... drumin ... jamin 6727780 ... CN LF KT MC . . . Chuck. fit' - --Y., IOSEPH DEMERITT lla- 1' 5 f fl if t X K2 ff af? 'rf ill I :jf flil DAVID DEVINE Always remember to bound thy thoughts to the present. ocmsion sky HB ... Good Yo, catch this smile. , '- IITITCS. I IOSEPH DERVIN NANCY R. DIRADO A happy memory is a job forever . . . California 79 the tonight show . . . San Francisco. . . cable cars . . . river county . . , Disney World .. . quiet . . . friendly. . .soft spoken. .. Nancy. DONALD E. DONAHUE IR lt doesn't matter how long you live, but how you live it . . . Res' . . . PDC . . . Molsen golden ale dead ir . .. excedrin Boc VH Rush . . . give me your ears . . . sign steal- ing. . .soccer 81 , . . Duck X 'bw Y IOSE ALFREDO DONES Believe, ln who you are have faith, you've got to keep your head up high, It's not so very hard, be free give with your heart and you'll get by 4f3O friendly ,.. serious ... loves life,.. helpful .., sports... Laura . . . Hose CRAIG R. DROPKIN You who are on the road must have a code you can live by and so become yourself because the past is iust a goodbye "WB.C.SrN.Y." Grateful Dead" ... Utah ... lack Daniels ,.. "old 57" ... "snow" ... "IHSMCTAOS" . . . "go west" 5 . A. IOHN DONES In life, you will only receive what you have earned Baseball . . . Football ...john "D" 'Cf' , li txt IANICE DRON If you love something set it free. If it comes back to you it's yours if it doesnlt it never was. soft spoken down to earth honest . . , laughable. . . Crown 7118 KIT' DAVID IONATHON DUBIN Life was meant to be lived and curiosity must be kept alive. One must never turn his back on life. lacrosse ... wrestling ... nautilus ...69GP road 81 ski trips 79880 . ,. friends ... lulianne ... honest ... quiet . . . Dube I 6 , 4, 'l , f wtf' l'm not that kind of girl LAURIE LYNN DUBROW Live today and let tomorroxx take care of itself. Hunan Carden .,. Florida fling . ,. Reunite ,.. Cape 80 .,. nite out with the girls ... zombies , ,. HA. psyche 79 ..., -XB ...., N LS .s., S30 loving ,,. 717,80 .,, Mickex ,., Laurie v MAUREEN A. DUGGAN lllls ITUXX. 7 S one ls mer it s a'l lul i it Cdlk' -tl ll ll ull ul' lt l t lwttcli Stl suntniei iam ht' l ll E Xl ,,.lh 'xlilll N L - ,prom Stl , Sub xx x st Natuit ,. I N 515' L ,cs SUZANNE TRACY DWYER There is a world out there waiting for me and I intend to conquer it. summer '80 CV . . . matching towels ...RGC...lipgloss...Maine... LL . .. Can you page? . .. BF Gang ,..Beach...Baby...Sue. rffh REBECCA M. ESTY We finally found our way through to our freedom to roam and discover. . . . "I'm here, that somebody else." ... honest ... versatile ... "Will strike fire" A . . Becky. A 5 X I -rf FRANCISCO IAVIER ECHEVERRIA I want to thank my parents for giving me these experiences in America. A.F.S. ...Tennis ... Fishing ... meeting people . . . Frank. .I ng, IQX . 'X if "9 ,,1 -I1 SHANNON L. ECKELS Do not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. RUSH..,HandH...RandC... 8!23!8O Great day .. . Summer . .. Can you relate? . . . HY . . . Go Nuts . . . Get Phyched . . . Shenandoah. ORFEO A. EABBRI Even a blind man knows when the sun is shining. GD. 80. . . R.I .... Keg Bash party- ing in me Seger, I. Cells, Van Halen LM. are you messed again?. . . Farm pond U-Mass parties ...It's time for me to fly . . . Feo. 'Y KYM FASKEN CIAIL FASSOS looking tor lout in .ill thi- wrong If you love something set it fret-. ll it plan-s comes back to you, it is yours, If it si-,Ire lung ll'K Lingo Rvunrti- rloe-sri't it nt-ver was, lhirtt ot Ho XNl1t:'s.t .nr lu-.irlf Florida '80 . . . Friendly '... happy. lm rlittvri-nt onli-rs lil Nou tx,inii.i parts' skating I.-.itll ttfihl llifb lxiklsi-r lt-x.is IXANI up srrlr- flUN.'sll Kxtii 1X Vis 4., . N ll f 'I-it T' f Q. "Hi PETER WILLIAM FANTONI The men who try something and fail are infinitely greater than those who try nothing and succeed. MARGUERITE EMERSON Now the distance is done. The search has begun. jackson '80 . . . Hey Ol . . . T8tP . .. Beach ... Florida '81 ... 3M'S . .. MH... ll!25!79...CCP... RSC ...8!3O!80...lM... HC...Ok fine . . . Can you page? . . . Margie. as, 'fy '. t 54, .1 4-It PAUL G. FARRNAD You have the freedom to be yourself, your true self, here and now and nothing can stand in your way. PDC . . . road trip. . . "80" . . . "SC" . . . crusin Cape Cod Friends. . .shirt understand . . . NPAA. swiper . . . Fedda. Basketball . . . soccer . . . The Big L During the fall, one or two all sports rallies are held to muster support and spirit for the football team's impending game. This year's rally, held the day before the South-North game was exciting and very successful. All the varsity captains gave speeches while our own South High"lronfield" eagle paraded "modestly" around the gym making wild passes at the football players. Also, the Cheerleaders, Pom Pom girls, Majorettes, and Colorguard exhibited for the school while the marching band played at their best. The highlight of the rally was Coach Giagari's moving speech, thanking South for opening their arms to him. Here's to you, Scooch, we love ya! io-ANN rAssos The only way to have a friend is to be one. Florida '80 . . . A true friend . . . lo. CARA M. FERRAGAMO To where the winds don't blow and golden rivers glow, this way I will go. Intelligent . . . Involved . . . Never at a loss for words ... I M's . .. Pat's TC., 80 Cape 80 CC Cara. .4 ., , A ln- W , iv f . if l X . ss' 'V Q , 5 R .. lr sxsxv ', 1 fu' Q 'AT ff "' sh- L H 'X I ' . 5 i iw' hw Mig ' 5 I I, I"s- fl al ,Stix '. t , . f . .1 ., Jag.. DENISE B. FERRARA Never despair today for there is ale ways tomorrow. Friendly , . . considerate . , . rreatixe ...dedicated . . , ambitious . . . De- nise. fag i CQ. -I ARLENE FERRINI ls it gone this year. Is the song still in your ear? Were we only high? just the wine, only the times. Heart White Line Fever Twiggy ... Craval ... Intense ... Lax . . . Caprice . . . Arly. I I LIE czn C23 .Af NHTILK. PATRICIA ANN FLANDERS If only there were a word or phrase that would make you remember me with a smile on your face. 6!I9!8O. . . ski trip . . .track , , .col- orguard . . . TS,6-80 .. . Bob Seger ...easy going. . .friends . . . Pat. IOHN IOSEPH CHRISTOPHER FLINTER For the ones who had a notion a no- tion deep inside that it ain't no sin to be glad your alive. f BS. Best times cott . . . concerts . . , LAX , . .football , . . vlfl-1. . . IOMain St. ..."thebodf' ..,NSF...Suki Flint, .9-s Z1 LAUREN IEAN FOGARTY Each happiness of yesterdax is .1 memory of tomorrow. Concerts I, Cells "3" The Wham "79" Exxon Renaisa sance 78 . .. good times CB,CN,RD,IM,etc Q-Market, Boston, Clubs . , . LOAF. Q HILARY ANNE FORD -Xlthough me max nex er tross the same path again, I shall not forget you or all ot the memories that me hax e shared ski trip . . , quiet, ,taring .ith- letlt . trientllx LE Ill IDC. , Hil ,H I ',,,- 4-29? y .al X '- gy. xX IA This lobster newburg is simply Iucious. WS MARY ELIZABETH FOUGERE The more vou put into living the more xou get out ot lite. Laughable ,.. FH. ,.. softball ... Buddies , . . CSN 6. Young . , , "Biz- YJFTQH . , Parties slsi trips B-crexx ,.. Con,A.B.,Lina PDC .H "No wax" . . . Marvbeth. 1 Y-s I DAVID FRITZ ,Il f--v- A13 5' MICHAEL S. FORMAN I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen today. Ford trucks ... my friends ... wrong! . , . ain't to shabby... lights ILSM smile classy Mike, .. 'au' 1 -' fl 1- -f? SO' -wr f' ,, A ,s N E -' a ,, s - 11 s ANN SUSAN FOX CHERYL FREEH ADAM FRIEDMAN Music is reversible, time is not, Turn Love all, trust a few, do no wrong to TF-'f1fWlS -- - KQV Club -H Skiing --- bacls, turn baclt, turn back. anyone. music. soft-spoken ... warm ... free .,. Helpful .., friendly ... coun- Cdliiomig '81, trvwestern music . . . some rock. 'W 5154. cv Xu Y 'G' i SCOTT A. CALLANT COLLEEN FRANCES DONALD GARRON tilil il.ix s, igiiorl liriit-s,l'll rt-ini-mhz-r, GANNQN You only live lifeonce, but if you live Niiminiii Tv lritlax nights . . , lht- nfs tht. fmmds in my lm., and me it right, once is enough. t api- Nlrilsiin Skt l.irlt , . lt-I imm,,m.,g and fun I imw tim, make, Football .. . .athletic . . . friendly . .. ilii- igriiiil limi-s roll A I'i-nilo's , im, Wong, l,v,,,g. track .,. caring ,.. my sister Amy ilmiiigi IS lll llc - WI, llun.inC1.ird1-n ... NH .,. MA . .. M- I50'l-'lil X ll Dil ,.. W.1lly's .,. Majoretles ., suninwr 'till , 4 4 "I" A , , Freebird. KATHLEEN MARIE CARY It's just as easy to look for the good things in life rather than the bad. 7114180 ... RG,PM,SR,LS,CC,KW, , . . PDC . . . Cape. . . Summerof '80 . . . Kathy. ROBYN I. GAUTHIER When l'm with my friends, it's a rainbow of happiness. Seger . .. REO ... 7f4f8O . .. PDC ... laughing attack '79 . . , PM, SR, LS, KG, KW, CG . . . ski trip '80 . .. GeiIs?. . .Turn the Page . . , Time for Me to Fly... Robo. ff?" DONALD I. CENTILI Be what you are, for there are no bet- ter virtues than being yourself. Procrastinator . . . easy-going . . . golf .. . Bobby-joe . . . champ . . . Waterville Valley ... Seger '80 . .. do it up . . . Don. 5' ar LAURA F. GATES You can't kill the spirit. lt's like the mountains. lt's old and strong. It goes on and on. Aug. '80 . . . always smiling . . . s ...warmhearted ..,caring. DAVID GELLER Lost ime can never be found again!. You can't get something for nothing ...Going for the one . . . Yes realis- IIC. Lu-f 'fl , i , -'M' Q. 4.2 MV , Even a Shogun warrior can't stomach this food. LARRY GEOGHECAN "Co for it all or don't go at all." You're living in your own private Idaho megabeers . . . megabones. . . How does it feel to want? . .. Nuke the Whales. . , "Hot Dog" Racer. 4N.-' k i A N HOWARD MICHAEL GETSON Never follow the crowd, for the strongest man in the world is he who stands alone. athletic . . . confident .. . "partner" ... summer in A.C. ... easy-going ...C 81 C Sound , . . competitixe, ., shotput outgoing ... "Hol- lywoodf' I fi TERESE GIAMMARCO Hate taith in tour dreams ai soniedax a rainbow xxill tome ww. ing through. inxolx etl actress , . . ll Li S li L Mshoxxs .. RR Buoy. 16? 'C' A J 'M . l.- f 4 ANDREA IOAN GILBEY Thererare no finer gifts than these: good triends and happy memories. 3i2Oi8O...FB..,YCAF...BBl. bosom buddies. . . caring . , , honest ...always smiling . . . Andrea. STEVEN IAY GOLDMAN To make music is to own the world. Martha ... Magic is only in the be- liever. ". A. v 'fbi T? SUSAN BETH GITELL 'Tas' A' 'N X . - S 9"lBfff .Q ,fb 0 7.1: -3 jj Y 1 1' W. CHERYL A. GOLDRICK I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. ROITN . . . Cieils '80 . . . ski trips , .. RC,KVV,PM,SR,LS,KG ... MAD, luv C. ..slci .. . jinx. . .the good times ... PDC ... cheerleading ... Cheryl. -QS 'T MAUREEN I. GOLGATA l still want you lm int sirle, lust to iii-lp int' turn- the tears that l c ry,. lil surf- lost- to gist- you a try, so it toni i.-.ant I ll trx to Ioxc' again, lialix I ll tr, tri loxi- again litit l l-crioxx, tlic- tirst i tit is the tli-i-pest "l7rc'aiiier 'bfi R- n U I l CARL RAN DOLPH GOOCH lo grow without ts not to grow within, tor in the promise is a vic tory, Styx Kansas . . . Vl. '80 . . . AS, UM, lli, Kll, MF, SVV. Hi . . , Maine 'HU , Whitt- Mts ,.., camping . . . cttitc-I ..tret- .luffytacc-. . .OVW Ciooch LISA GOLDBERG The longest road ahead is full ofthe unknown but behind we leave the cherished memories. shy ... sensitive ... friendly ... summer '80 ... Blondie .. CR.Round . . . Babbles. WILLIAM I. GOLDBERG The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. good-natured . . . sincere . . . intra- mural B-Ball ultimate TD Club... Bill. -in-4! fi 'x .1-livin-qv ' MICHAEL D. GOODMAN Nothing gives a person so much ad- vantage over another as to be cool under all circumstances. complex . . , mysterious. . .calm . . . C8111 Sound . . , track . . . boog . . . EUCZ. capt . . , CC trip . , , Milce. ., Cooclle, Q"-'vl DEBORAH I. GOODWIN It's time to travel on and let the good times roll. friendly . .. unique . . . ZZ Top . .. Freebird ... 9!l!8O ... 5123180 . .. Snowbird . . . Goodbye South High, lt's Time for Me to Fly ... D1 . . . PAUL A. GORDON It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invis- ible to the eye. The NNho . . . l.T. '79 84 '80 . . . l.B. '80 , . . easy-going . . . Pablo. was a t Q, 6 fy MARY M. GOWEN Hopes to live a happy and successful life. Will always remember the good times, friends, and meeting "CliHe." 6!l!80 . . . happy . . . nutty . . . sensi- tive. . . fun-loving . . . Mare. FRIENDSHIPS When you're old and gray and thinking back to those high school years, it won't be the teachers, books, or the failure in gym that you'll remember, but rather the friendships you've made that will remain in your heart. You'll always recall the last-minute studying and the similiar test grades, the parties and the hangovers, the private jokes and the Saturday night cruises around Framingham. The friends you have will be your friends forever although you're not always together. lf, for no other apparent reason, you'll cherish the years at South because the friendships you've made are priceless. RUSSELL L. GRIGGS To my friends, thanks. Molson . . . Gammon . . . frisbee . . . GTO . . . The Res . . . green M8tM's ... The Balls Bros. ... forever ... The Green Death . . . street signs . . . Give me a break, Robin! MAGED GUIRGUIS "Every person should believe in life, love, luck." Soccer '80 . ., Smart . . . gentle , .. Cute. . , Happy . . . Handsome. CHERYL ANN GRAVALLESE There are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there's still time to change the road vou're on. Mary ... Arly ... skiing ... Heart . . . The card . . . smiles . . . Cheryl. i .xx - - Tx X PAUL ROSS GREENBERG "Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff that lives are made of." B. Franklin . . . ski trips , . . HHK . .. friendly good-natured ., Greeni. 73 al 'fbi t F V. , KARL R. HAASE Follow men's eyes as they look to the skiesg the shifting shafts of shining weave the fabric of their dreams. TD Club ... ultimate ... l.V. Capt ...soccer...BigL...9'l980... ski trips . . . Capt. R is-5 cf" KEITH M. GRAY You will never be running lou a long as you hate somewhere to go. The Tomb. . . skiing. . . Quebec ... Super Teams . . . Xvoodies . . Prom '79 athletic industrious . football ... Black Van . . . lifeguard ...Heff . . . Nancy , ' j"'-iff i nil, TFP IULIE M. GRENIER College ... traveling ... work ... Eagles . . . Heart . . . Little Rix er Band Concert '80 , . . caring . . . searching ... concerned ... pleasant ... "Grateful Dead' '.., earlx bird. CHRISTOPHER E. HADDAD The onlx constant thing in lite 's change. Rush ... Cult Nantasl-tet '80-Fudge s . Uni It L it' ltunia mer . .. THE FIREBIRD Hahlm- Dabba . B-hall , , Tee lt L p Chris. -"ff, , Jvfaf-f ff - - vt - V . t T 1, ,, H gykgyli ,Q?g, , 1 is 11"- PAMELA L. HALL Nexer part without loving words to think of during your absence, lt may be that xou will not meet again in lite. Prom '79 . . . Cape '80 , . . BW's . .. Lite-n-straws skiing ski trip '80... Bruce... Pam. DUSTIN ROBERT HASSARD Exploring Ship 13 "Excuse me, sweetheart!" . . . Mickey . . . DS .,. well dressed ... politician? . .. tbull anistl , . . my camera . . . my tie ...pro-draft , . . broads . . . "DMD" ... "Soco, l'm 20" ... Life is short .."Go For lt." 1'-1 X J '. '-L? LAUREN E. HAWKES That woman is a success who loves life and lives it to the fullest whose heart is full of love. Prom '80 ,.. "Crier" ... Cape ... Bermuda . . . Eagles. . . Summer. . . SLB...Seger...RlB...'81. WILLIAM R. HAY "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." C.D.B .,.. dedicated . . .gym rat... hoop . . . JUD . .. Bill. ,Qs 4 I Tygfsu "ip fF"N ' v'1fk i UW ,Q 'i X", " "V . , 2"1-F,.:rsQS"nfiu I' ANAT HAYON DEBRA L. HENDERSON Good times last forever, bad times just fade away. Mom, Dad, I love you more than you know, thanks for everything. Thanks for life ..., L'Chiam! . . . That's bad! ...lsreal '79-'80 . . . Shimon. If one seeks happiness, let him forget happiness and ask for love . .. and he will find both. Friendly .. . aggressive .. . deter- mined . ,, Pom-poms . . . lacrosse 2!ll!80...Mike..,Deb. x f J f? ,- ' Q 1 ,f 5 M. i Bluff l l W' '31 . ,I IANE MARIE HENNINC LANI R. HERRIN All ol lite is nmrle up ol ordinary You c.in't kill the spirit. lt's like the days, .intl it's how you live your or- mounlaing lt's old and strong. lt goes dinarv days that rlt-termini-s your lmig on and on, NPN moments. Hun.inCj.1rclen . . . Wicktfcl VVahine, ' ' Deli-rmineil . . , tru-ntllv . . . musical all fingernails . , . jade and gold ... .,..ilxx.iys 'wIl1llIllL1..,ltlIIl'. Bentley . . . llavvaii , . . S.P,,E,M. . .. Aloha, Mahola Nui Lori, Lani. 56 k il.At NX wr"f, 3 IOSEPH I. HILDRETH ANDREA HILLMAN Be free and have lun, do the great time we nex er can or Nhall eraw at i thing5 that can he done , . .carefree tnencls together mate h their chilfl- ?Q ,gi A. TRAVIS HINTON Yeah, what are you going to do about it? hoorl tlx. El. and BT, Nornmer H11 MAME ,.. Ull. 6. F L , Rizzo' CE . . mi. huclclx anrl Ur Welhy . , A BZ, anrl l, 3 cv-" MICHAEL I. HOBIN Take you time, rlon't luxe too tax! troubles xxill come and they will paw. Ski West , .treeluircl athli-tit , tootliall, hockey latroxw V trienrllx anrl xinaere ,. ldrtixmlvt, LILIFVILJIWQ. A xxellfclrewt-rl Ntilw F 1 K. 'N vs 3 rr -. I 1 AA I ELIZABETH I. HOECKER LARRY M. HOEY STEPHEN R. HOLT DIANNE L. HOWARD lfl can being a smile to anyones face, Don't live for tomorrow when today When a man no longer moxt Ntrtiggle New Nlexiw LM'-'-Q il tt " ' .ii it is worth all my enort and time to is still here, Live free or die. in lite, that man will final that ht lu ix lore it luxe l-me la-.Qh make someone a little happier. Hypos . . . Cape Cod . , I Budwieser suueeclecl Cape 78,79 , . . NH .... ski trip . .. . A . boxing , . , wateukiing ., . Down to earth . , , uncle-rxtantli Seger . .. Bula , . . Bri . . I prom , ,, Lynyrd Skynyrd . , , Firebird. athletic , . A Holtie Rockport . . . Lisa. l X .7 I U i X . ALAN IOSEPH HUTCHINSON "Nou may sax l'm a dreamer, but l'm not the only one. l hope someday youll goin us and the world will live as one." io main . ., hockey , . . thanks Cot ... conrerts ... special times with lill ..HutCh. .17 RONALD MARK HYMAN Time after time you gaze in your looking glass, you're not a child anymore. Joyce is myffl choice is that good .., Nantasket ... S-Bird ... 815 80 . . . racquetball ...Cells 80 ...Ron ll.iltl XN'lit'rt' is you corridor pass? MICHAEL IOANNOU To those who suffer from guilt and pain, all the time will be rewarded. wrestling . . . summer of '79 . . . al- ways smiling.. . shy ... Mike. 4 MARK B. IRONFIELD For ever Bud tall there will always be a Buclsmall. Budman college Cape '8O' . , . party till you puke . . . toga ... Allman Bros.'8O' ... Spotty ... Aerosmith derby Bud blast ...Pud -'sf . "-, Q ,swf fl KIMBERLY ANNE IRONFIELD Always look to a Star and reach for it. Road trips . . . endless summers . .. Saturday nite in Paris . . . weekends Cape Cod Adventures NJ. . . .zippy . . .shining stars.. .Eagles . . . GOOD TIMES... Kim. gs. IOHN P. IRWIN An open mind is the doorway to life's possibilities. jackson Browne - Tanglewood 880180 Bulldogs ... lacrosse ...Casual ...thoughtful ...lohn. 'Pj' , i Xu A IULIE ANNE ISEN lt you tan imagine it, you can athii-ye it. It you can tlrtuim it, you can beconie it. Capt-80 '... Bad Co. . . B-Crvxx . . . REU A.. skitrips ... litt- ... Saggv Bi-.itl1..,Q.fL ...CSNY it Mint ,. IW . . A lulr-s. X et!!.! PAUL IZDEBSKI Easy-going .. . musical . .. adven- turous ... honest ... talented ... Maine '80 . . . tennis buff . . . artistic . . . bursting with energy. 5425! ' lv 3'5- CINDY B. IACOBS BONNIE A. IENKINS Even more beautiful than sunshineis The sleep is still in my eyes, the the golden giow of friendship. dream is still in my head, I heave a Shipp '79 . . . CC .... Hot dog! . .. sigh and sadly lie a while in bed. X-C . . , Track . . . Starting today . .. Summer of '80 . .. Bl. Those broad shoulders . . . HBC . . . Dedicated . . . lake. ,N y hm. -,M:g5:4p ' 1 ' H44 3 IUDITH M. IOACHIM To live is to experienceg to experi- ence is to tryg to try is to succeed. Quiet Emotional ... Sensitive ... Loval . . . ludv. eves, come with me and tlxf' IANET GAYLE IOINER "See the world, through ti seagullk 7-14-79 FH, Capt, ,Jl ,, States-cog-I mint Biuaref MB . . . Eon . ., UCLA . . Roc kport . PTTM Anix-Cuts , lt's been real . . . ll. fe :' I I .. : Eff l CHRISTINE M. KEEFE SANDRA IORDON SUSAN MELISSA KAHN NICK KANIEFF "It's not that I talk too much, it'sthat "The secret of life is enjoying the "Forget about the past. Things ain't You can't disregard your friend life inside of me has so much to say." passage of time. - T.l." what they used to be. Keep on push- 'cause lite gets so hard xx hen you Friendly. . .Always smiling . , . Party Poetry ... Spain '80 .. . SR. ... ing straight ahead." reach the end. ... Happy ... Summer of '78 ... music... "Sandscript" ... Susan. limi Hendrix. . .Musical . . .Artistic FH Camp ... Care,NH '8tJ ... Ski ... Ozzy ... Sabbath ... trips '79,'8tt . . . Athletic . . . Softball -Xlxxax Cheap Trick '79 . . . Sandi. Et 5-n5.. It Y Li I MAURA KELLY "Let each step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." H.D. Thoreau . . .MOI . . . lT7fl5f8O ...Milk and Yodels . .. Brandy... Conscientious . . . Maura. f- mg. igsijf' ' '1 r "fa -'mv Hamm? "W ft, Qsmwemuaawmmzwwounuwwvmnw 1..sw.vf.f..wM.m-f. wee. Versatile. . CSC .. Springsteen . . . V. Bros. K laughing . . . Ixeeta. ,.- N 4 10 . ws , .Q , .. JS K 'un ....., .E if I '- 1. A . w Q7 fi 'F' '.- And to think, I could be out partying now! ol 'S sl' lang? GINA KELLY SHARON E. KENNY Aint it funnx how xou feel, when What I am is Gods gitt to me, what I xoure finding out its real - Neil become is my gift to Cod. Understanding. . . piano. . . basket- Noting. ball ...summer '80 . . . Kinny. The Dead-3 ll 80 . . . partying with Sue . . . Craig-9 2,80 . . . K. Park . .. Purple Haze . . . ludx tll . . . airhead . . . up on the hill . . . "Barney" , . . I. Cells '80, . iff' LAURIE E. KIZIK LORI BETH KLEINMAN Aim at the sun. You may not reach it, "lf music be the food of love, play but you will fly higher than if you on . . never aimed at all. friendly ... ambitious .,. musical athletic ... xersatile ... b-ball ... ... green M8.M's ... rainbows . .. softball states '80 . . . CSC , . . Kiz. BBC ... PDC ... great friends .., Lori. K:-ti -it EEN?-gui i rr x Xl , Es"'!-'Jai ROBIN KUNIAN GLEN KUO I i.i- tri-if or flir- ll N l' ..iiliiriL ls thi' onlx was to ill. i.ti'r lxris l' I siiniiiii-r tal plii-il by thi- loiqarithm ot the number "Vi llaiiiplirii "fi Hail t o xx irli-rstanrl t . . thert- is no fret- lunt h lsiid liil' l' l iliti lmoritil. ltiiwx f hl'L1l'l itll lvi liiiivii- li"i" f Ks L N 4 .f llti- lotgarithm ot the nth 'lower of a positixi' number n i-qua s n multi- .U 0635 S I i ,.l llil ,ill iii? l..' Q '. .... ,...-X N 47 ' i Q E Q s MICHAEL KING 3 l'l T 4 f .MMXXXX BARBARA L. KOOS lt's only with the heart that one can see rightlyg what is essential is invisi- ble to the eye. Bermuda . . . baseball . . . Summer '79 ... full moon ... 5f23!8O ... road trips. . .TF-TP-TM. . . NC. . . . TINA KOTSIFAKIS lt isn't how far you goin life, it's the path you choose to take. Sid's slave . . . friendly . . . creative . . . fun-loving. . . witty. . . Tenny. C.C. 80 P.C. Nada Barby. CALVIN KLEIN VS. LEVI STRAUSS Clothes have been a basic neccessity from Adam and Eve'S fig leaves to Mr. Minnichelli's Friday tie. The styles which we feel most comfortable in . . . blue jeans and monogram sweat- ers, velour tops and baseball shirts . . . have been around for a long time past and probably for a long time to come. But the late seventy's and early eighty's brought us fads and far-out styles like: baggie pants and shirts made of rug, shoes with collapsable wheels and sweatshirts with pictures. Whateverthe styles may be, there will always be stores to suite the needs of those who dress with the times. Ask Tereseg she knows how to dress. PATTY ANN LAMBERT Partying like a gypsy trying to pull an ace playing against the time ot hand CHATEAU DEVIIIIP I 'miie -,Nz I I1--'el-li I I I feeling out of place. outgoing . . .Cape Cod . . . me a true friend . . . Kim KT . . , love Tim. ia KAREN LEBO I I I I ,N PATRICIA BERNADETTE LEDDY What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us, Siobhan .,. allAmeriCan ,,. skiing ... Ireland 78 ... "Swimmer" ,,. PB. 16. I ,K , TODD HENRY LEACH It was a Monday, a day like any other day, I left this small town for the apple in decay, dune buggy . . . the few the proud .,. marathon man 3 ... 4-4 ... 52 skiing Mr, Rams 7 period class, ,Quo- KATHRYN ANN LELIEVRE Sometimes I lie awake at night and wonder where my life will lead me, waiting to pass under sleeps park and silent gate. SMMSBLPLSL EIS ... Iadsson Browne '80 . . . Cape Cod , . . FSC , . . Katie. 17 if f 1 fl MARIORIE E. LESSER Time may be temporary hut memo- ries are forever. HSP , . . TAP . , . Beath , . , summer '8lJ.,.lM.., BM...HH.., II 25M79..,GCP...whx?...BBN. 3m's . , . senoir women .... MM Florida '8l , , . Margie. ,rf ' bv' I ,, g , MICHAEL F. LEARY lime is a very precious gm, not to hi taken for granted, only to be rnarli the most of. easy-going .. , lives tor today conterts , . , lihbas bust me Budweiser . . , Leary, T955 PETER S. LEMAY You see things as thex arei and sou asls "whv?" But I dream things that never were: and I .lsls 'Nxhx notf' Architecture RATS. ., Band , .Cvnthia, . 910 713, N74 . -, .wif- f r ' V ' rp' IOANNE LEVINE Nou llltlsl luxe xoui tliutms In 'mild' them tome true .ttliletit .. spirited t ra, x oe- ilitatetl sulis, nelti-nots fx suttlmll st.llt's till I shirts IH I I Queen Htl Io ts 1--ff --- - ' r w 7-, - vi 'I fs ,17- fi X5 5 L 'cl STEVEN IOEL LEVITT The superior man acts before he speaks and afterwards speaks ac- cording to his actions. Spexs '80 . . . ll . . . ski trips , . . l-ll-IK Friendlx . . . Cape '80 . . . comman- dos . . . easv-going. . . Lex . . ,Steve ft '5- ELIZABETH K. LEVY Life is not the wick nor the candle it is the burning. determined . . .sensitive. . .jM'S. . . Pat' T.C., '80 , . . Cape '80 . , . quiet ...intelligent . . . Beth. LAURA SUE LEVY Silence is the absence of emotion, to lonely hearts, so full of fear, wanting and waiting for something not there. fun-loving ... Beaches '80 ... straight forward. BARRY LEWIS , 3, l, -1 VVh.it are you looking at? 6,1 l .rf 'i HAROLD M. LEWIS Friendly . , . A true friend . . . athletic ...high spirited , . . gentle . . . calm , . .polite . . . studious . . .fun-loving . . . concerned . . . happy . . , caring . . . determined . . . well-dressed .. . likeable . . . "Lew" "H" "Sticks". SUELLEN LOYD Those drifters days are past me now I've got so much more to think aboutg what to leave in what to leave out I'm still running against the wind. Florida ... BW's ... skiing ... straws , . . Sue, Y K ROBERT I. LOWRY They say that times are changing I don't really know but these times are gone for ever. Crew . . . hockey . . . ?. . . K.M.good friend . . . S.L .... some day . . . par- tying.. .TV soon .. .travel .. . D.L. ...Bob. DIANE MARIE LYNCH lt's not that I talk to much it's just that the life inside of me has so much to say, Partying ... "You do what" B-crew . . . Lost again? . . , 1280179 Dejavu K.M...,Mich... Summer of 80 .... Diane US ROBERT LYNCH LINDA IEANNE MALOOF Tomorrow may rain so l'll follow the run. l3eatles ICYNB . . . GR , . . plain old Texas . .. hang in there VASTA , ., CO...pres...Sl...BOSTON... smile Deb 84 thanks! . . . Linda. I jj,-f V ...nf- Obs ff' 2' ' , WHS? gf., DAVID W. MANION TERRESITA MANN We are secrets to each other, each one's lite a novel noaone else has read. fun-loving , . . lives for today . . , de- termined .t. quiet ... patient ... Thanksgiving '80 . A . flash. lin lq'vh.,D LISA ANN MANSUR Let your dreams be the banner you carry before you with hope and con- tidence. track Capt . . . 13 . . . states . . . COG ,..lan,.. Europe'8O ...CFI CP, CW, TF, DS-buddies . . . sox . . . ROITN ... PDCM. Skiing... Lis. Km ES' GARY MARDER lt doesn't matter if you win or lose but how you lay the game. sophisticatecli, .. easy going ... Calm . . . natural ... Mardes. ,l PAULA ANN MARCOTTE Life is made up of dreams and only you can make them reality. . . Geils 80' 7!4!80 . . . RC, SR, LS, KW, KG, CC, TF . , .ski trip . . . cheering. . .sum- mer of '8O. . . "Rainbows" . . , LF 79 ...PDC...Seger...soph.yr..,E ...R...Ditch. EZIA MARIA MARRONE Let her cry for she's a lady let her dream for she's a child let the rain fall down upon her she's a free and gentle flower growing wild. the spot ... artroom ... A.S. ... summer '79 john April lst . . . 'Q ""s if A lf.l..i-... Stop Tarzan, you re en uri issin me if LISA M. MARTINELLI A man is not what he claims or what others sav he is, the true measure of man is spoken by his actions. horses... Florida '81 ...CTLT . .. BB...TLC...GCP...BoSox... 3M's...DE.,.AV...Lisa. cf, 2 PAMELA A. MAY Friendship is the golden thread that ties the hearts of all the world Skanki-Franki ... 9123179 CC . . . Summer of 79 . . . Lori zigfree. .. K.C. ... brat ... understanding... greedy little duck . . . Pami, bear. FRANK MARTINO CHERYL A. MASIONIS I remember the dream there, I re- member the time we said goodbye. YES.. . CS, WI, BA, IM, FY, AM, OF, NF, LM, AC, MT ,... Lise. . . "party '80" . . . Reunite.. . track , . . who's Tex . . . jeff . . . Baaah. I A l GARY A. MASSEY To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven ...drama . . . Isreal '80 . .. Care. BRUCE MCCARTHY if IANE ELIZABETH MCCLURE "Execute every acl of thy life as though it were thy last." M. Aurelius who me... quiet? . .. Texas friends looks like I made it Finally Michaels 9131 Steve your special we're free. HILDA MARYANNA MCGILL Stxw-t -.tiring is your time is rny linin- i.oiir tirni- tor springtiim- is gr.irlu.i- llllll livin' Iilxalili- l.iogli.ilJli- invsteriotis r,iri:iLL .irlila-tn .irillllllotls roioaoin lilir.i Iliinl-ting Ior s'lll 'Xriirilrl fwfi i PATRICK H. MCGONACLE Success is found behind every door .ill you have to do is open them. l'.IJ,C. ,... Irel.ind "79" . . , Fiat , .. Iethro lull ... lffi. ... Ci.F.lD. ... lD.StJ.I AA .... l'.ll. S X ,Q s I MATTHEW MCGRAIL Bob Seser hopefully , . . party . . . in- dustrious . . . PDC .... Bad Co. . .. H.B.N.H. ... Waterville Valley ... Matt. KATHRYN T. MCCONARTY We are all travellers in the wilder- ness of this world and the best that we find in our travels is an honest friend. Swimming . . . Bad Co .... "You do what?" . 12130179 . , . B-crew . .. DL...Mich...Kate. 'Kc ' N. S. Q 'IENK N -ga 'tzuii SHEILA LYNN MCKENZIE Now I understand that whatever I feel is whoever I am. H.H. Wash. "78" ski trip "79" ... Pansy ... senior women . . . pom-poms . . . lacrosse. . . RSC . . . Olga O... NSBKLLLSMMKE. J KELLY A. MCKINSTRY Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. lust walk beside me and be my friend. A true friend . . . good nature-d . . . sincere. if I Qi--1 DAVID F. MCMANUS CHRISTOPHER H. MCNEIL MICHELLE ROBIN Strength lies not in defense but in at- Life is just for livincg, live life to its MENDQZA lad- fullest exlemf then '9- Nickname Shelly-Shell better known Widerstand ... E 1 MC? ... dust Bflghl --A Calm -4- exeellenl -4- as "Lucious Love" or "Ms. Unique" bowl refugee ... draw a line CIHISIODI1- ..,sign: Leo . .. Philisuphy: Life is Gaw ... numerical values ... IBB all about having CLASS, . . . Dave. ' A fo ls ?'o .. " 6020 fq f"" - X Q-uirtfti f" ,TA .win ,. f-aaa.: IIM MEREDITH I sold my soul for Rock 'N' Roll. W.P.O.D .... nice bum . . ,don't get caught.. .Grateful Dead 9!6!8O . . . SPIDER. 7 ., . SALAMON MILLS lrtlllll "t""' if .CL iw- Lts 101 L: Ze L07 L08 mc! UO ZH LISSETTE RIVERA MOLINA Don't talk about me in tront of me, don't talk about me behind me, talk about me beside me and be mx friend, Challenging . .. alert ... laughable ...likeable . . . kind. . . Lissy. SSX PARTIES FOREVER Will the class of 1999 still hold keg parties at PDC? Will McDonald's replace Friendly's as the the favorite meeting place? Whose name will replace "Owen" on the toga partv tickets? XXIII there be families and neighborhoods running throughout Millwood's fields? No one will ever forget the manx parties and favorite spots to party during their high school vears. The class of 1981 left there share of cans and ashes throughout the toxx n, but all was in good fun. We only wish that future classes hate plentx of fire wood to keep them warm through sub-zero temperatures. U.. ! xi sf I WILLIAM E. MONAGHAN II We are born crxing, lixe complain- ing. and die disappointed Don n to earth . . .honest . . .athletic ...reliable . . . The Big L. .N . KIM MORGAN If I could make days last forever, if words could make wishes come true, I'cl save everyday like a treasure and then again I could spend them with you, California lam 80 A real friend ...Patty . . . P.M ..., W.L. . . . The Who. 1 ,.,-""J'- ,X I lvl s do the Ileagltil STEVEN MORI When we gamble with our time we choose our destiny. The Nuge. . . cards . . . The boys. . . Rick. VVS MICHELLE ANNE MORRISON Cetpsyched . . . WGFA . . .V8tO. .. Ski Trip . . . R on Ice... Cal 788180 K.E. Kinks. . . Hey Kids. . . FWS. . . PDC Spunk 81 Ped . . . Stand by me ... Roses Wrestling ... MCR ... KP .,.. T.A. ...B.O. ...U W.S. ... Crazy . , . Talkative . . . MiCh9lG- SHARON LEE MORRIS Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream proceeds a goal. Mark. . . Prom '80 . . . clothes-crazy . . . ambitious . . . soccer. 4'- X2 SCOTT ANDREW MORRISSEY Long you live, high you fly, Smiles you give, tears you cry, for all you touch and all you see, is all your life will ever be. Family Parties. Outlaws '79' ...'80' ...Geils '80 . .. Bud- weiser. inu- KAREN M. MOSCATELLI It I leave here tomorrow would you still remember meg l must be travel- ing on now, lhc-re's to many places I h.iven'I sec-ii. From,-lmirtl . . . PT , . . Sl. . . TP. . . KM . . Kart-n. MARIA MULHERIN Happiness is like a kiss, in order to get any good out of it, you have to give it to someone else. Friendly casual mum The girls BW's ... R. Stewart Maria. l l i l l l ll i l I. ii I I I i I wx , - r Q I I W . x YY ,v' 5 . LINDA A. MURPHY "Live for today not for . . . tOm0rrOW, live for the moment not for the hour," lim, the happy family, camp- ing trips, living at home. Coke adds life. The Greatful Dead, The Who, Good Friends, and Kegs. if 'All' I' I -4535 ,, I. Bo., .L,,..,,,. I E fF'Q',-,.' A , 2 x . I . ,. s 1 ' L-H H ' x f L , Back to the old drawing board. KURT A. NASTA I went to school to get a diploma. Now I'm I8 and glad it's over The Mama A true veteran Veva Fever Mr, Majestic The troops Cod madethe Irich number I. Bomb Iran . . . Nasty. Qs- MICHELLE NICKERSON Michael T. Aug. '79-80. Mesc '76 Camato .. . Born To Be Wild. L.C. S.C. S.K. I. Daniels, Molson Golden Ale. N.H, Aug. Its the real thing... Coke... Heart '80 . .. Holiday Inn Hop Town Blast . . . Cape Cod. 43 Hits PHIL o. MATH IJIIE I5 U06 Circular FTUITCYT CARLA ROSE NEWMAN L,Ul"tlCI'7 fY'tar"iHif'7CI fY1LJ51' Let the good times roll. GLUE! I ifl- vCl'5C55 UL-JD, H The Who.. .Bad Co. I. Geils IZI The 5G'YJifUf'5 ICIBO. .. COCK Cf Cape Hampton Prom 1980 Cuda A Charger Parties... Skiing Bob B... dig. ISTLU 1 forever 4V2 years plus. I0 ICCIU lj. . . ECISSI L CW' in-.gf ,,f ff .- ' A I .ff ' i 1 ' f . . KEVIN NOLET MICHAEL F. NOONAN People who matter are most aware that others does, too. Intelligent ... Funloving ... Com- petitive . . . versatile . . . MIKE. CAROLYN NICHOLSON The only way to win happiness is to give it. The more we give, the more we have New York . . . Nuttx Tuna Fish. Ns 2 ELIZABETH ANN o'BRiEN Ifxour heart is full of Ioxe xou alxxax haxe Something to gixe . . . easxgo ing . . . xersatile . . . musical .. .ith Ietic . . . caring . . . we re talking Buffy Q 1 .72 E DANIEL-R-O'DELL IANE M. OAKES Favorite hobbx . . . Wednesday night Beware the snowsnake, , . . my hockex .. . Favorite place CS. friend Compassionate ath- Citv ,.. My Babe-loni .,. The letic . . . artistic . . . quiet . . . sailing Troops go for 9 + . .. The Mamas . . . art . . . bicycling. . , cross coun- . . . The lrish ... Mon, night games try skiing . ., with Eugene Digger What Next. Q IAYNE D. OOSTERMAN N Todax well lived, makes vesterda a dream of happiness, and tomorrow a vision of hope. green MSMN Unicorns I Rainbows ,, I Loves the ocean Keep on smiling! . . . lavne. Fi' s 1-c fix fff,' N EDDIE ORTIZ OWEN THOMAS O'ROURKE Ask not what you can do for others but what Others can do for you. ...budman .., inky ... spotty .,. Cape . , , toga , , , stink'n Lincoln , .. College Aerosmith NH WfRhody. . , beach burn Hawaii . . , QKI 2. CYNTHIA I. OTENTI liar lm-iii, liiraii skip il.ix is .ilvxav fm' HH IIIIN' to pack my bag, my ill' lit- t Ijlllt I-tiihiiiigeriiiiifkiii tools iiulsitli- thi- tloiir. Ill' - loin wi l'l.lRl'l I IIAXI Springsteen lfli' Iifilflt llii- lbiki' K .irt-tri-i' Cintlx Q 'fbi Q "W AMY R. OFFENBERG The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touchedg they must be felt with the heart. Cape '80 ski trip l-AL straws ... BW's ... youfre a great brother D.. . Amy traveled still I journey on. Individual . . . 1M , . . Betsy. ELIZABETH IEAN O'GRADY Rivers shall be crossed Trails must be 1 'B fi 44 'ff 'va lf. W ,pf T? I 1 I 'J J , .f Q", Senior year, how sweet it is! .596-lf X ,1 I' WILLIAM PACHEO BRIAN IOHN PALMER "He was born with the gift of laugh- ter and a sense that the world was mad." , . .a runner . . . Shadows of MK . .. chauffear l love my Volvo loses himself in Lisa. . . Comfortably Numb . . . BRIAN Y :V2t2mgfk +l2mgfkl2 +l8mg!klJ X , . CHRIS R. PANTANLONE MANY dreams Come true and SOME have silver linings, I live for my dreams and a pocket full of gold. Laughable Hawaii 79 Ber- mu a 80 ... Foghat Slow Ride . .. LC.,.CAD...MlCVS.BB. 1 L .- I K... ., PETER C. PARKER MANY times I've lied MANY times I've listened MANY times l've wondered HOW much there is to know CAROL A. PEDULLA Friendship is never limited by dis- tance or time. It can reach around the world and last forever Cheering Baseball .. , Ski trips ROlTN...Buddies...CFl... The girls . , . FTS . . . weekends , . i Carol. SUSAN ANN PELLEGRINI One can never consent to creep when he feels an impulse to soar . . . Poms-Poms .. . SKMMSL ... SBF, HAPPY BIRTHDAY ,.. Cape ... jackson Browne 8130180 , , .SUEBEE S xl X LL IOHN F. PELLEGRINI "You don't always win, hut you don't lose until you quit." .,. Hockey ... Lacrosse ... weekends . , 4 woodies , , , Tull , . . Karen. . FDC. . .Summer of8O . ,, PELL ly IOH N PETERSON ll men had to eat ex erxthing thex killed there would he no xxars The Res .. Thanksgixing Exe Wilderstantl The Big L oMEofx DELTA 3 ,. ng Flt-txt-i Ptmer LL .,. 3 Tl' , Born to Dunk ' i MICHAEL PHELAN 1 F x 61 A A l RALPH CARMEN PIGNONE IR. help those who help others love those who help you, for it's a small world and sooner or later one meets again . . . Trans Am . . . Bandit. . . Mickey. . . Road Trip . ., Hockey... Buds... SFR...Dobbies...NH...WC... RC 1, if X , , fi ,... 1 s. IOSEPH PIRROTTA .i- FRANK M. PISO All men's miseries come from their There is only one kind of success - inability to sit quiet and alone. to live life your own way. hockey Wiesers . .. Cape Cod ...water skiing . . . Springsteen . .. Camaro "S" H3 i X ELEANOR IOY PORCELLO Music is the language in which the musician speaks to every heart. Prom 80. . . 'killer' . . .green M8tM's . , , thoughts of MK . . . STUART . .. understand ... lunch '79 quiet ...musical ...squeemish ...love- able... cute . ., Ellie! Qin! I x THERESA E. PRUYN It lakes hoth sunshine .intl rain to make tl rainhow. unclersttintling . . . a true friend . . . It flmwn I Hynix l'm K, mlllmtl like-.ihle . , . Falmouth . . . F,U.ll, , ., That's what we love! , , , Terry as 6 is KAREN ANNE POTENZA If I can bring a smile to anyone's face, it is worth all my effort to make someone a little happier. IT 79 80. . . Kinks 80. . .ski trips 80 81 . . .field hockey. . . memories of MH . . . Peanut THOMAS IOSEPH QUIRK Don't close your eyes for a moment because the moment will soon he gone. Miller HHK guys PDC ski trips ... vette ... Colorado ... spunk . . . versatile . . . friendly . , . easy going . . . Quirkie X Y . -C LEE M. RACE Cautious people seldom get very far. determined . . . SHAKA . . . Lives for today... FREE... Lee WILLIAM E. RACE "I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday, and love to- day." NH. '80 . .. natural ... Fun-loving ...Cape'8O...Barb...polite... Larry 'f ,f A ba X . MICHAEL DAVID RADITZ lf you can imagine itg you can achieve it. If you can dream itg you can become it. ski trip '8O' . . . good times vv! Mark ...Baseball . . . Bsktball . . . football '8l' . . . Amybeth , . . Mike 1 fl 'VW IOSEPH RADOVSKY 2 .Q-4i'3i'iS!f'1Bfi SANDRA L. RAVREBY "Let the disappointments passg let the laughter fill your glassg Let your illusions last until they shatter." jackson B. 80 ... F.U.l-l .... Crazy ...RVVSKCl...Sperbs...Kltz... FSH . . . Lee Hey big boy, take my picture. DANIEL RAMOS "Don't walk in front of me, I might not follovv. Dont walk behind me, l might not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend." Quiet . . . Easy Going . .. Daniel. ff D lt - ,gifs ' --fr ,ASW 9-1 M Y J SUZANNE I. RESNIC CAROL S. RIVERS "Happiness is sharing smiles and Happiness is not hating what you laughter with friends" xxant, but wanting what xou hate. Crazy . . . Attack79 . . . Cheering , . . Cape "ll . . . beach atlxenture Dunebuggv . .. LS.PM.RC,.KG. . . . Bar Harbor Campground . . sricntlrt Laughing . . , Weekend , . . Cart . . . ...siiitere . . , XX H. CLID .., lack ... W'hale . .. T-180 ...Seger . , . Suki. QA, 'i GLORIA A. ROBINSON He didn't bring usthisfarto leave us. He didnt us to swim to let us drown. He didn't build this home in us to move away. He didn't lift us to let us down. sweet . . . cute . . . caring . . . GR. l t t N itll. I 'li .- luc kt-r, shut your vap. fl in RENE M. ROIAS OSCAR C. ROSA considerate A true friend ln God's world we live. In God's strong... loves lite . .. Big L. world we die. What happens in be- tween is all upto us. Have faith in him. quiet. . . friendly . . . shy Tc? ,f LISA SUE ROSENBLATT That's all right, if it takes all night, ifl can make you smile before I leave. swimming ski trips 798180 ...atheltic . . . summers in NH... go nuts ... FTS partying softball . . . Rosey Q09 RUTH D. ROSENSTEIN We must let go of the past and move on - live for tomorrow because it may be all we have. ...concerts ... dream maker ... partying. . . sensitive. . . unique. . . Ruth .45 ""b. SHELLEY ROSSMAN What a long strange trip it's been. . . .keyboards . . . Yale . . . grime of the century coke adds lite Sc otty . . . sister moonshine . . I. crys- tal ... what a day a year a lite it is . . . Molson Colden Ale IUDITH A. ROSSINI The most beautiful quality of true friendship is understand and be un- derstood. ...friendly...M8tD...MH...ski trips798O...prom8O..,Eric... summer 79 PP.PP friends memories . . . ludy 'Eli A fr' "if ,L . , DAVID ROTHSTEIN What you choose to do in life doesn't really matter, as long as you are happy doing it. s X X all ROBERT G. RULLIE My idea of an agreeable person is a person who agrees with me . . . Also the word impossible is not in my dictionary. 'Ci' -1 , tsl DOUGLAS A. SAMPSON 71 Monte Carlo. . . hard worker. ambitious.. .easy going , . . "PDC" . . .memories of summer of 1980 . . . down the cape We know not what we are, but know not what we may be. 15 CAROL I. SANCHEZ "I can't wait until tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love to- day." determined Prom '79-N.H.'80 "Soph. yearn Seger 81 The Who'80 'slang Great friends-K.S. R.K. L.l-l .... Cis 1 ' RAMONITA SANTIACO To understand and be understood thats important, well dressed . . I friendly '.., honest ... laughable . . . spirited .,, direct . . "different" ,... v. ...T.T.v - -+3-- . ., -- V ,-...,.. 4179 ROBERT IOSEPH SAPIENZA "Live life to the fullest, like there is no tomorrow." ...outgoing . . . lively not a head or in the clique cruising in the "Grey Ghost" sometimes a psycho . . . SAP PAUL SAPONARO If I leave here tomorrow would you still remember me, I.V. baseball "80" CINDY SEARIAC every yes- Even more beautiful than sunshine ls ot happiness, and the golden glow ofa friendship, a vision of hope. parties. . . SC I . , remember the fun H.H.K. ... ski trips 1979-1980 ... at M.B.M .,.. maiorettes..,123.,, cammando raid ... easy going 4 ,. Capt. 4 4 . . NYE 79 , I . smileand be music .. .drums .. . F.T.l.T.C.T.A.l. happy. LISA P. SEELEY "Less than tomorrow but more than yesterday". contented ... nutty .,. unreal ... cheering 79-80 April 18 bulldog. . ,I. GEILS , . . Spinale's. ., "beans" . . .Queen . , . Prom 80... XJ?" ' 1-Q gGO Hoo wiin! is Monte . . . "Gink" l'd like to go hog wild on that one. I A is only with the heart that one can e rightly what is essential is invisi- le to the eye Oger! .,. Unicorns .., WTB .. owflakes Animal Farm .. iberarie , . . France . , . Chile y RACHEL 1. sfuc 'I Q, leaf' l Q PETER SENGHAS here is room at thetop, they are ailing you still, but tirst vou must ' v' learn how to smile as you kill, I ,- ,-I i 619- hin CQ STEVEN C SHARAF WILLIAM M. SHERIDAN iii f .ini get sonivlliiiig lor nollting 1 i li in iii iii iiifl lil. qui:-I li.ippx'go-ltitkx , i i i i l in o illiiilslit lliiflrlx Husle-r S.A.B. 4!l5!80 ... tavorites are, music, guitar, piano, Rolling Stones. involved 'T I. I CINDY SUSAN SHEVRIN Wt- must otler our hand il it is to touch anothr-r's ht-art, Calitornia . . . watt-rskiing . . . "How l5if.irrv" .M Florida ... puli! ... lrwnclly f... It-nnis , , . Cindy avi BEWARE IX W l H?" fri , MARK IOSEPH SHAFFER A task without a vision is drudgeryg a vision without a task is a dream, but a task with a dream is a victory. Friendly. . . ambitious. . . Ping-pong . . . "Intense" ... SM... Shale... ix? 'TTD -v T ALEXANDRA ISABEI. SILVA What we feel I know we'll miss and someday l'll look back at this and know by then the life that we were meant for . . . Doug . . . CC .,.,FM ,.. Styx . . . are you Cra2y?,, .tun- loving.. .full ollife Alex Y, . , '0- IAMES M. SILVER Showing up is 8011 of life. Bulldogs BQH 158 commandoe raids . . , Olympics . . . Lacrosse. . . easy-going . . . Hi-Ho! DANIEL P. SLATTERY SLATT'S To a friend: If I had to trade the world for you . . . l would. If I had to trade my life for you . . . I would. I really would, love Danny. Searching. . . Dream . . . Weaver. . , likes a challenge lover. if :CP s I lv- ' I IEFFEREY SIVERBERG What I must do is all that concerns me, not what people think. Bulldogs.. .Mega Ski Trips. , . Soc- cer . .. Big "L" ... Intramurals ... what Yoplait ultimate TD club ... Quarry ... Commando Raids , . . Silve DONNA MARIE SLINEY Happy are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price to make them come true. skiing .,. Wraah ... parties Springsteen , . .friendly. . .CCC The Girls. . . GFI . . . Hampton . . . Roitn al' I :L 255 -ff! IEAN SMITH IEFF S. SMITH Hopkinton 1980 George . . . There's something wrong if you're kegga . .. "21" ... Photo . . . Mus- always right. terfield . . . Black and Blue "BO" . ., Gambling Money ... wealth ,,, Lasr ride of the Montego ... Vol- Calm. . .always smiling.. .Ph's... leyball ... Softball 1234 ,.. Bye, PCR80 . . . -Bubba Mr. loyce. I need a pass, bad. W Xl L l I v Q S P., M .1 , .l -,,s97!1' I , . if ,yw,- 'li ., 4 'J- 1B 9 Q 4 'x I PAUL E. SMITH Don't hide behind doors because life is on the other side. Business . . . Photography '... Bowl- ing.. . Photography . . , Bowling. ,. Pennsylvania 180 Arn NANCY SNOW To he nr to go: that is the qut sott-spoken . . . unique , going ... CIT T9-BU dit ii nialxer, . , spacex . , , Science Fi li i . . . tmastnatrue s 'if' ELIZABETH A. SNYDER Onlx youll arrixe at your own made end. with no one but xourselt, It's you that decides, PP ... SR.RC.PM.MB. ... Lowen . . . ski trip . . . Seger. , . dune buggy ... 714 80 ... weekends ... Hawaii A , . Iohn . . . Lizzie f. --' QL., 1, -4701. w-,il N57 LISA ANNA SOLARIO And so it seems our destiny to search and never rest to ride that ever changing wave that never seems to crest. . . Babe , . . BB . , . munchkin- land ...the circle. . . my other half .45 A Sur il" ANDREW SOMA Next dance? GEORCIANNE SOUHLARIS Time flies over us but leaves it's I am, I can, I will . . . shadow behind. out going . .. NH .., prom '80 . .. skiing. . . j.D ..., lacrosse.. . B.T.'s Richie. . , CB - nice or ? . . . 81 .U ...Neil Young . . . Som a clown! . . . Thanks Mom ...Tom , 37' 4 . ,. v , I ivx. , . i f Fi.. Tw L X ADAM STANCER CHARLES E. STANLEY Somr- or the-ni live in photographs Likes howling . .. Lives today does Sorris- or the-in still give- me- .i laugh. not worry about tomorrow. SHlllf'1Jl the-ni l'x.t- .iltr-rc-fl slightly' as llll"i,lft'llTtlITj.1lllj.Q nit- . . ig tons . .. rlt-lmut hr-s Punk ... black linitlit-r shows lht- Horror - roses . . . Geesh George . . . BC bye. . . last one . . . rubecc . . .a true friend . . . Greek CHRISSY M. SPEZZANO Sweet freedom whispered in my ear you're a butterfly and butterflies are gee to fly, fly away, high away bye ye. searching. . . Bob Seger. . .Turn the Page meeting new friends loves life . . . "81" DENNIS RICHARH ST. LAURENT If I had to do it all over again I'd Erobably shoot myself. appy-go-lucky . . . day dreamer. . . good natured . . . future C . . . loner . , . loves an audience . . . free . . . Den MARILEE PEARL STONE Fullfilment comes when you stop to realize it .. . independent . .. con- scientous . . . honest . . . fearless . . . natural . . . creative . . . horses .. . cooking mountains Winter ... music ... rollerskate ... Florida . . . MONICA PATRICIA SULLIVAN The future is a tomorrow but the past is an ever lasting memory. . .cuz . . . V.B .... tennis. . . rml23 . . . l-lolo's Seger Ceils Cape Onset... P.D.C .... R.I .... Ci.S.C, ... ski trip 80 BW's . .. 77-81 good years . . . Tommy . . . Mondu lla T217 TAMMY SULLIVAN Standing on a hill in a mountain of dreams telling myself it's not as hard as it seems. 8:30-6:00 summer at SulIy's . . . Arl. St. get togethers Rolling Stones ...NV ll!6!79 . . . Bp 8!23!8O 19' ANGELA SYRBICK But all is changed with time, the fu- ture none can see, the road you leave behind, ahead lies mystery . . . petite . . . hard worker . . . honest . . . witty ...kind...Prom'8O...lTA X . Caught in the act txt PETER ANTHONY TAGLIANETTI If you have an opportunity to be something in life work hard at it, the chance may only come once. hockey ... baseball ... Laurie ... Prom '80 . . . Seger'80 . . . C-iels'8O . . . S.C. Maine .. . Nautilus.. . Tag KRISTIN SUMMER To give love, you gotta live a love, to live a love you gotta be part of . . . Dave . . . Maine '80 . . . Kinks . . . PF ... sister Robin ... heart ... Cliff- hanger . . . CS CN .i t1- . . .., -Q t 5 . i s r -42. -11 . i ev-. ,-M l ff 2 .fr-. r ,..l . . 5 al asf . 'i-, S. '5 i ,li ' ' it , i I ' - . f . 4v---- ffl RICHARD TAGLIENTI Never have so many suffered so much for so little education. ... Res ... widerstand ... I. Ceils'8O . . . Thanksgiving Eve "79" ...basketball . . , IBB , . . NPAA . .. Rick f f ' .affifili tif' BARBARA L. SUPENO lf l can stop one heart from breaking I shall not live in vain l. ,Lfziif '13, :.f S. ,, , . . . 2,- 'gi n' ' iq Brown.'8lJ Hampton . . Cvtar ...athletic . . . ski-butt '... FH Lamp bright ... Fame ... Bill. KMGB . . . Barb ,r9Y KEITH ALAN SWIN DELL We must look forward if we are avoid stagnation, but we must glance backwards occasionally it we are to avoid repeating our past mistakes. shutter bug Drama club . widerstand ITS LISA I. TAKACS Belittle not the man who hears a dit ferent drummer: he is the true indi vidual. loves lacrosse competitixe .. Bad Co enthusiasm '... PDC ... actixe ... MXP80 ... subs.. friends . . . Tak I sux-f l l XANH TAM PETER TEARE L L50 it emi 5 velvet? we SQJQZXBATES Q? 0? C.C.C. 1 16 5 tB:2llA5SCOAiii'ffQ2 C0 U wfwfiaaeifgej . 'I 't Q 9 A Xa l 4" 'M 29 ,N fi CHRISTINA A. TERSONI THILO THAMHAIN L It you tant understand my silenpe, Education ia .t lite long processi. LC Q A you will nexerunderstancl mx words, health - thyself, Cycling, jogging, O 44 D 02 X xlti trip '79 little olcl wine maker , .. skiing, sauna, bran ... mind over N4 Q ? 'E xxxiinining at 9 pin ...., N lMp.1rtx , .. rnatter . . . fQalistiC ... cautious . .. X Q 67 SHS . . . Fnrinxtanrl . . . matching control ... reflections . . . Garfield! 'te S touelx . . , let' X . N lx BZOIUIE t xiii: NYU TW -V 46,9 5Ml114 A - l il hs. , 'L Fr..-4 I KATHIE TODARO Like a guest that stayed too long now it's finally time to leave. summerjam Whitehorse '80 . . . Bob Seger 78,80 Prom '80 9fl7!80 We'ye got tonight The VWReda...PL.,.MD,..DR... KTA Q Q ' TX " I f Eg, 5 I. 1-L T if- i f-an K 1 A. -.T ii fi' N L 'xxx A I . 5 A - A N . A 1 x .., I hh ' W i I LISA M, TOGNACQI IOHN IOSEPH TOSTI IOHN A. TSIROS AMY BETH TUCKER l ilniii l.iii,i,-, i,,l,t y,,m,,,,. e,,,,i,.e ,,,, It ix trim- tor .i new gene-r.ttion ot As sounds you trugtyourselfyou will ,i.iiiii ,intl lit mt- ffigl W, in-1. lt-.irli-rsltip, to nope with new prob- know how to live. li. Clitii' lriy t,li,i,,,,,-fe ,,i ffl ,,,,,g li-iiix .intl new opportunities, lor Seger 80 . ,. CSNY ,.. WOW! ... :viii lp -,i my K, i1,,,i,X tlit-iv IH .i ni-tx mirlil to ln- won. An1y,W.1tch.i Conn.: Doi. . . ski trip lliiyi li,-,ii Iiiiiilii lim-t, I., llm lwx lil xxi-vlwiitls , 80. , . F,Mint . . . F.G00f . . .VB . . . 'xii -, lin awful tin-nilx liill '70 QC , . . WCJAF . . , NH . . . Class of 80 . . . "no way" . , . ATF . . . Ame ....L 6- , s FOOD FOR THOUGHT Every connoisseur of fine food knows the best place to catch a bite to eat for lunch, while every kid with common sense at Framingham South knows the best place to catch a quick symptom of queasiness, hunger pains, or nausea. After four years of school lunches, any senior can tell you fascinating stories about the cateteria's food and the results thereof. Without a doubt, many students become dependent on yoclels, potato chips, chocolate chip cookies, brownies, and milk, while those fortunate enough to have a fifth, sixth, or seventh period study' and a car will tell you "Nobody can do it like McDonaId's can!" 'Q Jiri P' 4 . 4 v 2 . , 13 "K .39 fr' , 'fi .. A- S ...av X YZ iw f 'P 535 ggfs I 3 I n 9 Y YT' f i LI THOMAS EDWARD UPHAM The life given us by nature is short but the memory of a well spend life is forever. takin' it easy Allman Bros ... summer '80 . . . baseball ...football ...being with Sue ... Ya right . .. Tom FREEDIE VELEZ .25 , -. ' 3 . af 0 Av, iffx ITN, f -gs 'ef' HELEN A. TULABA Here I am on the road again there I go turn the page . . . Bob Seger 80 . . . party friendly . . . partying with Richie loan Michelle no P town blast 80 weekends .. friends . . . Helen 1 EDSON L. VIDEIRA Many reach for the stars and beyond but I have learned that to be with my friends is enough. friendly . , . soccer . .. Big"L" . . . I. Ceils . . . Wallv's . . . RW . . . the res . . . Woocly'80 . . . Ed KRISTIN WALKER I rlon't care what the people sax, cause if evervone knows the wax we're nowhere. Sugerbush 80 Zappa .. . Coke and a smile I . . RAKK . . . MDLCFB . . . Ixiki. 7?- 'i LISA M. TURCHI We do not remember rlavs, we re- member moments. The circle summer'80 .. lifeguard-B.D. .., Why? . ., Friday the I3th .. . blue eyes . . I Doobies . . . dreamer L BUD WEISER Se-k,orrlc1fz,qs..orv rcck and FOI! will live FCVCF Biff TCCUYI. ctr-ifviiirll -gf-?J E,t.wis:'...lfIc1vCo.Drc'w.. TT - . vafnreygoicmaag C7x.,.UOf765-- Aniiici digg-iiggogki' 3 ff. ef., KATHRYN M. WALSH It I tan bring a smile to anyone tate. its north all mx effort and time to make someone a little happier PSI, RQ LS. SIN CLI Ml Liiaitt: Prix .. Tetltlx RINO Skiing ...Cape -W . S lt' 'tl lxafnx Nl 9 V1 -"v 75' . v VA. ' 13' ,. . af- he :vs 'fs SJ ' f..f,... "':n-e- ',' HPWY' s MARCIA LYNN WANE Theres so much that we need to share, so send .1 smile and show you care, Cape Cod . . . giraffes . . . Summer 80 ... .-XRBH .., a true friend ... Marcia. -4 SUSAN B. WHEELER What a long, strange, trip it's been. 1 , z 1 A l 5 4 1 ,ans Q i -fs 4"-'5 'g .'u' 'V fl 'f,-i',t,:- .mit T 44 " 'S' '3 Q' 'L :A ' - 292 A31 Q-gg 4 X. . 2. '. .'v U . is x A 1 - . ,y-f .Y . dl J., You woulcln't flare , 1 ROBIN L. WIENER The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever. Do I have somthin hangin out of my mouth?... intense... URI '78,.. lacobs . . . CLF ..,. Robinhood Road ...A.C.79 . . . Rob. IOSEPH P. WILLEY Scobie's Woodies . . . '65 Buick . .. Class of '80 EC, MB, GU Class of '83 . . . quiet . . . glad to be gone. . . loe. sful nu""" ":T'i-L'.f- ff' GLENN M. WOLFSET To move among men successfully, your heart must break or harden. dovvn to earth . . . good natured . . . direct... There is no free lunch. LINDA 1. WYATT Lac h vmir that rolls around, leaves an .iclrlecl touch ot gold. Cape . . . Skiing . . . mv pilot . . . La- crosse- . . . lc-nnis . . , good friends . . . l'ron1 'till , .. Nll . . . wet-kt-iicls . . mt'morit-s . . . linrla. STEPHEN WRIGHT lt's better to burn out than to fade away. Seger '8O. . . long live rock. . . 360's ...Pitch Club '79 . . . love to watch her strut intense Turn the Page. . . Red. CONSTANCE K. WYNNE Though we rush ahead to save our time we are only what we feel. - Neil Young Cheering . . . Sox . . . CSN8rYoung ...Buddies...C.FI ROITN... Ski Trips my CCC BOXMB Chem '79. . . PDC. . . FTS. . .party- ing. .. Connie. u A-Q,. V, A 3 ,i . N 8 I s , ,., --h-isiax ' AR- f .pn . y Y 1 x '- K QL.- u F, 9,1 Hx i ,.. x 5 x ff Xgfiex gl 1' 9 , ,lt ' .,. 1 if .4- . v . vu! -? R! ,1 p.k1i': A Q I I a' L L Yrs '- 'L Ju V . -.Za iwfx I Ain xy Q x Xi, j 71.15 EZ! A X L. M Ag. Q-A A-P' E' iv 532 ...a' X., C ASS WILL We, the class of 1981, hereby leave to our friends the follow- ing . . . To Mr. loyce, we leave a chance at the Superbowl. To Mrs. Seariac, we leave an automatic attendance sheet. To Mrs. Lospinoso, we leave happiness. To Mr. Groves, we leave you without lean Smith. To Mr. Pappas, we leave Sun-in and jokes about a new reli- gion. To Miss Lampeirti, we leave a bright red dress. To Mr. Breen, we leave you a new homeroom with no tardy time to be made. To Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Goodman, we leave you. To Mr. Scoble, we leave a friend over 40. To Mary beth, we leave a Trans Am and a matching set of keys. To Mike Hayes, we leave an open invitation to Framingham. To Amy Tucker, we leave a day snowed in with Bruce Springsteen. To Caroline Coburn, we leave a telephone booth. To David Casavant, we leave smelling salts. To Catherine Chase, we leave height. To Billy Haye, we leave a try-out with the Celtics. To Cathy Walsh, we leave preferance by Loreal. To Connie Wynne, we leave a drivers liscense. To Carol Pedulla, we leave acne. To Daxiicl Dubin, we leave a new set of moods. lo llowarrl Cletson, we leave a life size poster of himself. lo Mike tioorlman, we leave llowartl Getson. lo lisa Ros:-nlmlatt, we leave her own mountain. To Angela, we leave joe. To john Dones, we leave accident insurance. To Peter Alfano, we leave a night out with the boys. To Karen Potenza, we leave a date with Russ. To Russel Schwartz, we leave a moth that works. To Gary Massey, we leave a lifetime supply of laughter. To Diane, we leave a career with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. To Peter Fantoni, we leave a set of barbells. To David Fritz, we leave diploma. To Maria, we leave a husband with red hair. To Donna Sliney, we leave a husband, six kids, and a dog. To the Cheerleaders, we leave a lifetime supply of signs. To Robin Gauthier, we leave a little black book. To Sharon Brown, we leave a dark blue Continental with an equalizer. To Amy Beth, we leave Ivory soap. To loanie Cunningham, we leave a built in sink. To the senior boys, we leave a sink that won't fall off. To Amy Offenberg, we leave a date with Rufus Harris. To Tommy Upham, we leave a girdle. To Adam Stanger, we leave a night at Spit. To Stuart and Ellie, we leave seperate forks and knives. To Keefa, we leave a room full of shamrocks. To Sue Gitell, we leave a trip to Arizona. To Michelle Morrison, we leave a new back yard. To Terese, we leave no more packy runs. To jose Dones, we leave a good night's sleep. To Pam Hall, we leave a personnal hair stylist. To Steve Levitt, we leave pink hair tape. To Rich Zeichner, we leave Heffenrefer. To Shanon Baker, we leave blue ribbons. To Mike Raditz, we leave shock absorbers. To Owen, we leave a mind and a session with DIAL. To Kathy Todaro, we leave a Suzuki, a Yamaha, and a Honda. To john Mitchell, we leave a "get out of South free" card. To Maria, we leave a husband with red hair. To Ellen Ballou, we leave a drink-a-thon. To Carla Newman, we leave a perfect boyfriend. To R.C., we leave a new name that he can use. Tobgftnie Cunningham, we leave soap hanging from her To janet joiner, we leave jeans and a sweatshirt. To Chris Tersoni, we leave scarves. To Lisa Tack, we leave a bad day. TodNick Kanieff, we leave a permanent seat at Boston Gar- en. To Maura, we leave a wheelbarrel to carry her notebooks. To john Irwin, we leave 800's on his SAT's. To Travis, we leave green M8fM's. To Timmy Cronan, we leave long hair. To David Cassavant we leave gurds. To Bob Allen, we leave a nuclear war so he can study it. To Ellie Porcello we leave her very own set of morals, To the class of 1982, we leave proposition ZV2. To miss Schwartz we leave a mustache to replace the cater- pi ar. To Paul Greenberg, we leave the lifetime Presidency in the l-l.l-l.K. To Carla Newman, we leave a car with new brakes. To Lauren Fogarty, we leave a chimney for her car. To Pat Barry, we leave binoculars. To Donald Donahue, we leave a microphone. To Wally, we leave two front teeth. To Dave Biernes, we leave a Bud tall. To David Manion, we leave driving lessons. To Mike Hobin, we leave locks for his hubcaps. To Paula Marcotte, we leave a plunger from the 4 musketeers. To Liz, we leave a taperecorder of RRR. To Robin, we leave a ticket to see j. Cells. To Liz, we leave a column in the National Enquirer. To Pam Hall, we leave a case of straws. To Katie McConarty, we leave a turtleneck. To Beth Beshears, we leave twenty pounds. To Monica, we leave a night out with the girls. To Sandy Ravreby, we leave jim Craig. To Kathy Todaro, we leave the underclassmen. To Sherri Bauman, we leave a new pair of shoes. To joellen and Lisa Bond, we leave a new set of memories. To Sherri Bauman and joellen, we leave a six of water. To most of the senior class, we leave Bruce Springsteen or the Grateful Dead. To the junior boys, we leave and take the girls with us. To the junior girls, we leave our make-up, curling irons, and hot rollers. To all the underclassmen, we leave a prom in the Chateau. To all the teachers, we leave with no regrets. 1 VC fwfgmfwx VV' ' NJQiEMZ m4b' 9WA90Cf44K 5- 1-f ' I NH' 7 ' f V mb c,ff2.4ZL 5 Q? f'x"ii?P ', M" QW U A B W U0 F E M iXgjyiS0w,.,0fbQg w su? X -LKFMMV if M 5 15 ?'?? 4 9 ff EAM? i Q4Ti!I?F4tlWW !?g1fQ25g?7?bp V, X , Tyiiibo . S WM SGg,i??V75,fvQ??2 W df , , Q wiqffw WW aff? 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Caroline Coburn provided the entertainment as she twirled fire on stage. Reporters Steve Shariff and Paul Ctreen- berg observed carefully with pad and pencil in hand. john Clopeck, Boston marathon winner arrived in a velvet sweat- suit with Cindy jacobs, author and runner by his side. Gary Massey philosopher, predicted the future while Howard Get- son boasted about his most memorable experiences. Lisa Mansur arrived with her seventh husband and twelve chil- dren. jimmy Silver, winner of the Einstein award, described his new molecular theory with Maura Kelly, Ph.D. Karen Potenza appeared in the doorway wearing six inch pumps accompanied by Bill Hay and David Biernes on each side. janet joiner, fashion designer, look elegant in her leopard- skin suit and gold plated shoes. Dr. julie Isen arrived late. She had recently completed emergency brain surgery assisted by Nurse Fudge, Donald Garron, running back for the Patriots along with Terese Giammarco, Broadway's latest success story, signed autographs all night. David Manion, current president, of Stop and Shop, discussed company policies with vice president Marcia Wane, while Sandy Revrqby discussed new hospital procedures with jeff Cohen. Mary beth Fougere arrived in her brand new sports car that she bought with profits from her Toyota dealership. Owen O'Rourke, who wanted the reunion at his house, spoke of his sarely driving school to stock car racer Larry Hoey. jack Flinter the twen- tieth century Hugh Heffner, was surrounded by Playboy Bun- nies all night. Alan Hutchinson, slap-stick commedian made his debut by streaking through the cafeteria holding red polka-dotted trunds in his hand. Angela and joe Altobelli could not be present due the the arrival of their l5th child but f sent regards to all. Kiki Walker held a jewlery display and Maureen Golgata bought her entire collection. David Dubin, slolomn racer, was accompanied by younger women while Robin Kunian's escort was coming along in years. Carol San- chez foreign intrepreter, translated Marjorie Curran's thesis paper to Tommy Upham. johs Pelligrini shocked the class with his untidy hair and shaven chest but Barry Lewis' meticulous outfit calmed theirfears. Diane Lynch highlighted the evening with her own rendition of "The Way We Were", while john Dones set up a kissing booth in the rear of the room. Wally Connery lectured on the advantages of being small and Kathy Cullen listened attentively. Peter Taglienetti and R.C. Pignone arrived late since the Bruins game was delayed due the their unfinshed janitorial work. The two have only 10 more years of service. David Fritz sent his appologies in a telegram, it seemed that some of his students at the reform school had escaped. Peter Fantoni, six time winner of the Mr. Universe contest looked sharp in his speedo swim- suit. Katie McConarty also looked lovely in her low-cut even- ing gown although she thought differently. Nick Kanieff, channel 4 concert critic, brought his Boss to the reunion for all to admire. Mrs. Seariac brought her tardy slips and set up office at the door for those who were late of left early. Becky Esty discussed tennis strategies with Steve Levitt. Russ Schwartz listened with one ear while he pounded the theme to Wide World of Sports using his fork and spoon. Suellen Loyd left early to catch her midnight flight to Florida. Monica Sullivan was unable to attend due to some previous plans. Rachael Selig held a sign-up session for her class in yap- shutting which filled up immediately. Michelle Morrison told tales of her massive parties held since graduation. Kym Fas- ken fascinated all when she described her up-and-coming movie, "Urban Cowboy II". Katie Lelievre, hair stylist, gave hair tips to Pat Flanders. Barbara Supeno wore all white' which none of the guests could figure out. Barbara Koos and Kim lronfield provided thousands of chocolate chip cookies for the hungry crowd. Anat Hayon's pictures covered the walls. Ellen Ballou, president of Greyhound bus company provided transportation for those who lived far away. Unfor- tunately, Buffy O'Brien missed Ellen's notice and had no means of getting to school. Mark Ironfield, author of 'tLines Men Use To Pick Up Women", tried out his material on Laurie Kizik but his efforts were fruitless. Shanon Baker parked her horse in Mr. McConarty's office, this angered the principal who later cancelled the class of 2006's rally, prom, and banquet. Judy Rossini and Eric Cohen finally announced their wedding and distributed invitations to anxious friends. The entire class was astonished when jose Dones changed hisfher name to Josephine, what a knockout! Betsy O'Grady spoke of her efforts to save the whales to P.B. Leddy, head- master at Dana Hall Academy. john Tosti, recently divorced after 25 years of marriage arrived with his new romance Bo Derek tfriends were revoltedl. Ruth Rosenstien, professor of law at Princeton University brought her close friend, Hol- lywood sex symbol Sue Chase. Linda Murphy, probation of- ficer, was forced to arrest Glen Wolfset for disturbing the peace. Sal Cappizzi, the country's first male nun, arrived with Pope David Rothstein, and Rabbi Khan Tam who announced that he was to change his name for business purposes to loe Smith. Nancy Snow brought her ant farm for all to view while Cindy Seariac modeled her new designer leotards to anxious customers. Caroly Assa boasted of her last few months at high school spent in college. For those who were to stay overnight, Scott Morrissey brought their luggage to a safer place and was well tipped. Todd Leach surprised his friends with his com- pletely straight hair and new body from intense body build- ing. Sharon Brown author of the book "Morals for your Life", was the guest speaker for the evening. Robin Decina took pictures all night but this reporter knows not to hold his breath for the development of them by Dustin Hassard. loan Cunningham, live in border at North Adams State College, was not able to attend although Maria Mulherin offered to pick her up. Amy Offenberg, Boston Celtics coach, invited all her contingents to the next Celtics banquet where Bill Hay is receiving "the most hours spent with a basketball award." Lisa Takacs, Olympic lacrosse player arrived with coach Sage Boyle. Tommy Quirk, president of Krone Clogs, gave a free pair of clogs to decathalon winner, jimmy Carney. Michelle Nickerson shocked the crowd when she weighed in at 350 pounds which Paula Marcotte president of weight-watchers was astonished at. Mike Forman lighting director of Universal Studios flew in from Hollywood with director Stuart Baum. Liz Snyder, gossip columnist for the Los Angelus Times was busy interviewing Amy Tucker on her newline of noses. Lisa Hoecker spend the evening test-tasting the new Budweiser beer and was unable to make a comment. Pam Hall made a late entrance in her Dorothy Hamill hair style escorted by Timmy Cronan who also was recently shaved tnothing has changed in 25 years.l Donna Sliney, president of the U.S. Treasury Department handled the reunions finances while Chris Keefe took careful notes of all the goings-on. Vincent Francis Michael Zanella, president of the Ronzoni Pasta Co., provided the main course of 2 tons of spaghetti enjoyed thoroughly by all. Regretfully manager of the group Heart, Arlene Ferrini was snowed in the therefore could not attend. A late telegram informed the class that Ezia Marone had missed her plane out of the Blue Lagoon. Sharon Morris, the new cross-your-heart salesgirl, demonstrated the latest styles in undergarments to Georgianne Souhlaris. Peter Lemay arrived with his date who we were unable to identify. Feo Fabri gave gift certificates to his punk club in Boston. Adam Stanger was the recipient of more than a dozen but since Feo's co-owner is referred to as Fluti, no one else would attend. David Cassav- ant brought a complete drug selection including smelling salts. Lori Klienman and Cara Ferragamo were his first cus- tomers. Paul Gordon, Globe cartoonist, drew characatures of Larry Geogean, Scott Galant, and Doug Sampson. Golden Gloves champion Mike King started a fight with Robert Scalzi and the class was terrified. texcept Wally Connery who wanted a piece of the action.l All in all, the evening was enjoyable for all who could attend. The Class agreed the reunion was a success and made plans for another partx in 25 years. I SENICR STEERING COMMITTEE X r . . f 2 I i 'wr Top Row: L. Takacs, T. Abellip Middle Row: D. Ferrara, K. Potenzag S. Levitt E. Videira, 1. Peterson. Front Row: C. Wynne, M. Mulherin, M. Fougere, 1. Irwin D Sluney M Kelley I Isen E Porcello, C. Coburn. --4 x 1 . ht- Marby Beth Fougere: Vice President Donna Slrney Treasurer l x SUPERL TIVES l l. I. +I XJ fa, 3 ik Y 43 N-ni if j QAA' a 1 ' U I ww 9 MOST TALKATIVE MOST RESPECTED Diane Lynch and Bobby Lowry Terese Abelli and john Irwin MOST INTELLIGENT MOST OUTCOINC Maura Kelley and john Irwin Caroline Coburn and Alan Hutchinson BEST DRESSED MOST VERSATILE janet joiner and jose Dones Mary Beth Fougere and john Clopeclt l L- TH E ALL-TIME FAVORITES We thought that you might like to look back to 1981 and remember the favorites of the times We took a pole and these are the results of your voting: Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Group Singer Actress Actor T.V. Shovv Movie Radio Station Song Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Lynyrd Skynard Doobie Brothers Bruce Springsteen Bob Seger jackson Brown Barbra Streisand lane Fonda ' Bo Derek "1O" Al Pacino Clint Eastwood Dustin Hoffman M.A.S.H. General Hospital Soap Animal House A Star is Born Kramer vs. Kramer WCOZ VVAAF VVBCN Turn the Page Freebird Born to Run 1 1931 SAHABAIHCI v LHOA 33: 11 e "'9'f'f'5,,e Smale -, -g .ialfmzag eg .Q S1,..1,.,.nQ e e NEW SPIRIT o z THE qi. I looe lzfe, I love being young. HesJnoA 4:9911 W A egoumed .5 .Q..8sA EJNILSVT me Qlwoeiiconmenf '4,,!! I .ef ,f I Q I Q: If W 0 , num .vumu Mmm the New Realities DRIVER I ff, p " I ll , .. I' 52 'ff sf"-1 "11'fLi 'P' 1' 3 'ff -7 ' f'?'w'-'Z:- - w w ' ia- Q. -f ' ' ' . nf, , , P' me 'T f"A Ye' f ev 21- -A X, Q ' - .. ' A f- 1 K - f - "if 4:-ff A I if 5? iiii e. , e P I A , , ., I , A.. gy Q N ,Q .. 1 V, 1 I , -,, x Q.: V ,M ef 5-M mv... ,. QL 1 , 6 S 1 i l - ,i gy? K' ee J, Q. , , b, i QS , it 9 e I , 'A 2. e o - .f ee e o e o e e e e 9'N'l'M'0'H'9 S ' ' 1 ' V ll As orioimml as sm. .M I rn an lg -if! P Y 1:4 Lf o - -, 2 z 'P 4' e 2 4 Q ao as -C - a w -4 , 4 1 I I-kiln 5 3-jL1H1OY N 4 H m E . A MU10 119914 JDO 5 B41 W P 2 TOP TENS U3 2 l 4-F :re 5' co C 'P E' 1-4- 5' ci 5 2 4- A D J .X O .2 -C I 3 Jw 7 N ., 9' , -mf-r , 5 Sha L 1 Q 3 ' ,Wh l l lt 'mtv' l,H'Slfll'lll, I flunlon, l'rr-sult-nt, l. Brown, lrmsurt-rg LVMSSIIUI, S. fl I crm I nr IU IORS A9 Back Row tL to Rl: C. Seltzer, H. Zimmerman, K. Baer, S. Clopper, M. lrolf. 3rd Row 1. Giles, M. Decina, K. ,ollar, S Apkon, M. Upham, L. Bloch, B. Arbit, S. Gannon, C. Marinofsky, M. Pakora, 2nd Row: 1. Rubin, A. Swotinsky, D Cappello, I. Ryder, K. Spencer, C. Swanson, L. Abrams, D. Bloch, 1. Shriberg, R. Adelman, lst Row: j. Brown, L. Clinton M. Resnic. -.il ' ,4 ' X f if 'gt v X-' "I ,fa Wan, -Q -If , r' 3 4. R x S ,- ,,, V 'Q al' ws - J! M, V , 1, ws 1. ,f . an , 5 . 4. 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MD - wx Qsifi'-Q V V464-A I K N f ' 1 c' x ' 0 . r ' if 'r. . effi .. . mx, I X. . .. ,- . . f.,4. k.:,-yr,"-.f,.f, , .- , . -..L+ 1. , ..g- .. 1 5 SOPHOMORES c- Back Row lL to RJ: P. Collins, P. Marini, C. Rigopolous, L. Ferrara, M. Curnan, S. Cooperman, 3rd Row lL to RJ: M. Abelli, M. Cassavant, L. Moberg, S. Marino, L. Dellanora, 2nd Row: I. Barlow, I. Lis, K. Scagnelli, K. Noonan, C. Haddad, 1. West, R. Weitzelg Ist Row: R. Fanger, S. Kasten, W. Smith, S. Goldstein. 'gif' :Q f C' 36 we Y qs SX .., Srnilh, Irs-.mire-r, S. Clolrlslvin, Vice Prvsiclvntg R. Fanger, Pre-siclcrwtg 5. Kaslen, Secretary. j 'Y .ffl Xuz' 432' X, X 2 ""N-.xv I 5 D JG 'Na ri I 'n V, 1 N . s 4 0' :L V ' --: 55. .,,, l 2 A ' , 5 'Lu ' . - . - 'L ,. .,. . -A 1 " a' fl x T21 'i' ' X I V31 , X ,air ' l Q V A k fs ef-' 'YE' Aa .. ,rv -,..,,,h . J ..4..a.g,-.4--env.. - 1,5 7 5 D' ,fa I L ff' 1 ussuxq g, B,,5.,n' i 'c"""' I 1+fN.w-4 t .mszqinfygg ??3,4l.f5ggi,i,,Q?F 4 , 'f'---wav.. Z .... ,, .,,-46 W . 1- 4. ..-9-sg NF' 4-f nn- QA 5' 1115 is K, ex- 4 Q ,Q ,1 4 .ws x.,,v 'if e Ar'.x 7 .M J X QQZZQXA , R wi. .Ss ali' N. . I hm FRESHMAN Bottom LL to RJ: Top LL to RJ: K. Mallon, G. Meyers, D. Bernstein, G. Petafore, D. Holbrook, 1. Farrand, D. Marshall, 1. Furlong, D. Moran. -ith Row: C. Coleman, B. Taylor, H. Queen, L. Snyder, L. Kenney, S. Baker, C. Frank, L. lsen. 3rd Row: M. Hayes, C. Brown, M. Lis, A. Kaplang lnd Row: S. Snyder, K. Kramer, N. Weiner, S. Apkon, D. Nicoli, 1. Cohen, H. Brown: lst Row: D. Swotinsky, R. Rosenberg Jreasureri j. Henning lSeCretarvJ, C. Brown lPresidentlg R. Dlott Nice Presldentl. Q- -, V 'lyk' I1 If in jn- 1 ,- s ,gf 4 I 1' 'Q 49 -.Q4 EEK' I Q , I F . gzh I, I F ., . gi, .Lf z ,A w A I ,G 3: H 1 4 I' X if , . ,, - 1 4 f I Ziff. . I M V 4, ' l I V1 ? 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MOST MUSICAL CLASS PARTIER Sharon Kenney and Russ Schwartz Michelle Morrison and Owen O'Rourke MOST CREATIVE MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT I mul C.orrIon and Kiki Walks-r Caroline Coburn and Alan Hutchinson i-C E0 football .F , , Yvhitc HOCKEY A ' ' J Fenway I I' Park Don'fse1tle for less lue IP GE joqulm U03 ffwmg QQQU sc ' as f fm 'gg' im f5 ggi . P PQRT5 ' g Golf on upswing M a Hunmflf-2 STAR sul aseballls best 'all-americang a3i"'uikS l .yr 'inf-1 -bl 'Af' 4E G3 Iompetition. UOSPBJ? ilbllli Tpnnig tean1 Wynn: ,-351 . if ': If -.95 vig g' :i',g:vf'1rlI f-K", . l?':I'L"A' fv -f KH 3. in ,Jil I. :A 3 E50 C1 fn Z M' f X . e s r . A 1- lv v '-- - I . ,.,J-L:-..A:,,L.. I .. ew,-xx. ,.'4 gawvx , 'L ,.: 1 ,:j,f'QVf7, Tx I 15' . Q' C r., b QD f uk - f,Q1'3wf' '-"'.'3,:-ffdj Q5.,,'f2:f, 51 "1 . 1 k ' f asf g f' s 'F-57" sf' wg.: '- ""- 'QA s W l. ' 2 , sn! f. f?L:', Qi' 'f5f,31i,f Q fQ5f'!'s - L15 N' N T 6 wr J Q ,iff 3-4.1! -11.1,-,,, ,X , 1 I! . s te sw fs s f e sf I- .- GJ A 5 q' YN , Q X v fy, if egg' ' if A -"1 .,L I 3, lu P e F es e Q, 6 li , s ,Q ss fs .z .s Q is e W V 'f1A'ly 7 liffl' Ve j ' six '59-Q5 ' .e -5 O 1 giffw ,L gi ,P f 5 3 FH , e 2 5 CID NJA 'a' 'W N L 'FW ' fs V '-ff' i" Q ao rn grin: nosirom cnnrlcs R45- WI s gm - 1 A few more ' wma' M If -i H 1 heme runs '3AS'E'BA"2"f .Qwmhf I I llllllWW70 GIRLS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Top: K. Walker lcoachl, M. Blurner, S. Keefe, L. Clinton, M. Upham, T. Abelli, K. Cullen, K. Badger, K. Kohane, Bottom: K. Potenza, I. Levine, B. Supeno, C. Tersoni, 1. loiner, M,B. Fougere, C. Keefe, L. Takacs. .W K "' miie.. ef, fx. 1' It AK F , l . 9 -W 'sf . h D V Et 'adj 93,9 u 4 r Q lIn,.m, 91' . SCOREBOARD In all Z. g 8-8-2 . "' North North -gy , NOl'WOOd Norwggd' I V E' Braintree Braintree 3.21,-15'-'-Z'-gb Needham Needham N N j WelIesIGY Wellesley I fowl, Milton Milton . - gf 5. Walpole o 5 Walpole ,. ,.1, .gpg x Dedham 1-0 Dedham .' I ' l K Na'lC't 0" Natick ' QI I twi. if lima N .... if 76'-fq-J.,C'lfvw . f' 'li' . Illl Nl If thi lil-Id hot kr-ll team compiled a verv respectable record led hy tri-captains Marybeth Fougere, janet loiner, and Chris Tersoni. Lisa Takacs was KAN P, anll wax also sc-It-cterl for the Bax Slate League All Star team along with lunior Sue Keele." 1 v .1 , 9 P, 4 .1 .ni 1 2' ia Qin , 1 .Q ' f . mi +42 -. C 'i 1 , ? ,Ma s f! RJ E i W 57 fl L 4 4-. . - I .mu 'U ' ' ' 'ri' 1 H nf i 'ficl Q 1 is.-. 0 I X .59 9 I ' - w , I N 'N . ,, 'Q x 4 , 2' f X 4 H 4.6! ,, , fs' '2 "AW " AMW ,.'.f , o 1 ..,,.,,'M 5 4 A ",., 1 4 L ' 4 w. 1 YN x N Y' in' ,n 'n 'J' Q Y Cu! is s , , N Q . K ,UQ Q' Vs. Q, ge 0 M of 1 .Q Q , 1 Q Qui-G! 'u o""'i,'. QA Qs 'Qi ,Q'. ' 1- Q Q L' "',. r Y 'X 0 b"i 1 L -E, I 1 L ,A U , . , , ing' , 4 - , ,Y. L ,Q -.uiw,,. -diva' ' fx. , 1 ff'V?"' P - Sf ' Lge. ..i .f f 1 ,.1 . 5 4 4 .gw ,I , ! ' '.i..7 .' A 5 ,A ...Q - 4, . 1 .--9, I 7 -'A'. I1 ,X ' ' "1 ,d,. .v 14.s' --1 ' va' 'J P i y LD-In'-flzx 'f,aE:'J,'-34-',r'Q::. f. 4. -.:,' S1 Q f,, I 5, "'- 1 . ,, '!r, -. I6 . fa-.1 H 5 3.1. at ,U 1' y I ff", -,..A ' I a Q .A 1 1-,Sm ., -L . X' ,ff - 'fi I rf,--N , ,ga W--,fl I if if H.. .DA .0 5- ff , ,xr-I. " . A ,f 4 s -vf. . gf-f.w.'.f. QL' if 3 2' J -.1-, 9 r . l .' 3' "' Aixam 0 I. , V Q.. N W, A - v Nz! f ' , L5 .w ail :N ' ,Q H- Q : Ai svfqfh. F: 'E 1, jew 4gQ,,Jnz.,, al. , P Q r . 1 Q :L 'QV ,Q Q li if . 3 l 1 f xv S ,r A 5 'U Y ' fi . 0 , I J - 1 v 3 J Q t Q' ' ' I.. 41,54 1 If H , si Era. 5. 4 4 P . , 5,- . ,. Q.. f I A Fl' 6 4 GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER gim- LU 11? .5 , " " ' Q-'MJQP lf. l Mt - y.. .sf -, 3' if-Y-:2A'KfY4 4 L 4' Ui.. .H w'tlN0' ne.. 17 42 Top: R. Alves tcoachl, C. Rotatori, K. Scagnelli, A. Swotinsky, A. Emerson, K. O'Brien, L. Bober, T. Driscoll, D. Nicoli, Bottom: K. Cullen, L. Berstein, D. Delprete, H. McGill, S. Apkon, L. Fernandes, 1. Pediford, K. Cusack, Missing: S. Morris, l. Barry tmanagerl. ."' 4. .Q vw. . ...f 1 . -qt... 2 .A .rn i awkdi , Needham ywigwv ,Abwmw 'fu 1 , ' ' L A ' .gli 945 feqa,. 01 i JYQV '50 X977 ' 1-4 A-,Brain " -x mi' N6LQd . Y 041' Well ley Dedham mi' -- V Lunenburg , ,' I Z l-ll V. Algo uin 2-2 5'DEdl1 0-1 Wayla . ts- . ., - A TQ? , Um a has 1 'a is ,W 'Q , 'NJA H v. .. ' .J , x. ., . 3- t. . :rn . ,l I' u tx N. l' Q ""':l'f' .' 'ht -1' , L All T.-I-A'fllhsu, A.':,,QVs', . 'QV "Our season wasrJr1f'0flruslmtltJr1.VVelJQgarl with a large number of inexperienced varsity players. We quickly discovered that we were competitive and able lu play with the lit-st teams in out league. The one goal differences against us was the difference in our final record. Our team is very optimistic for the years .ilu-.til XM- l1.ixt't'sl.ilJllsl1f'tl that we are able to play soc cer in a respectable manner. x Q .f ! M254 'wma 4. .fr 1 mv, I I I I' :bf P7' f "Ili: GIRLS VARSITY SWIMMI - ,I V :nw Q3 LJ 1 - -'J VVVCIX i Row 1: Coach Peireira, B. O'Grady, P.B. Leddy, L, Rosenblatt, K. McConarty, B. Estey, Coach Mailhoit, Row 2: E. Cummins, N. Cildor, K. Baer, V. White, M. Lazar, H. Zimmerman, Row 3: R. Fanger, S. Tsiros, K. Zanchi, C. Efthim, L. Croci, T. Merwise, H. Estey, Row 4: M. Casavant, R. Rosen, E. Giatrelis, M. Fischman, D. Whelan, S. Apkon, 1. Furlong, Missing: C. Chin lmanagerl. vi I f. Gardner 109-59 . Leominster 103-65 Needham 89-81 Du rfee 68-1 01 Wellesley 80-89 Dover Sherborn 68-102 511' nf ,ff 3 If ' . V .fx lifl' . ax - Q ,. .11--5q..,1.. . 'gr ffi 1 iv.-. '- 1. 11242-mfe P-fa 1- . I l 3' . - x X g-,mesa 2:-Tyxeg-. -FXRSQQ3 xi.: r-"Xi: Yak?-Q 1 4' '-'5-" ' A-.:i.X.wZx'-J. -.1--iw 15? 1 Y-'L' ' '59W.?'Vf 1 milf" H .ev-1211 -'53 ' , 1-,iw " i f -.4-. ' . ,- 'Zk E 5' s SCOREBGARD Milford ' ' ' 1 M Norwood , H Nz," 2222515 Natick 1..' A Dedham 'Q 751 v ,'.,.,.-:if . .-." ..v .QQ if-2 yy' - 'Q' 1261 -- ,I 'Ill-f3'1.' .. .- ,Q . . A... M . 1,17 Q., Q ba R ll' v ' . fs'-Q14 C .:,1"k' .V .. A. .og R K Q3-La, a 3 7' l -'QQ f girl- -.wliiilfuiiil h.irl .in c-xcelli-nl sc-.isoii Alilioiigli the I1-.iin lacked depth, il containc-cl .1 lot ol talent. Everyone worked hard to make the season 'iif i 1"-'illll Sfrlllll was rf-girrfwiilvrl ln' ww-n xwiiniiwrx .it the Southern Sectional Chanipionships .incl five girls went to the Stale Championships. S0utl'1'S ifiiir Iiiiiiflrwrl 'yillfl l11'f'SlX,'lf' ii-l.iv Iiniiii li.icl .iii iiiipriwsive-lliirclpl.icc'l'inisli.i1lhv Southern Chiniiiioiisliips. L ...Q X 'Wk- --S ' . M "' Bt. . V ' 'uv , V bus J ".Q P ? 9.5- ,. ,. -KT' ' K1 41 YW 'gs' J, . . x-1? cf?-fl S' f 1 ' six 3 if x 1 l ' ati- - '- 5 ' . a'.?AQ 5 . - ,f ' g , , V ' N1 . -. Z 'VL b f f' ' ' - F' - "A : - 7 . 1 , 4 b 5 1 ,WW V , 4 .4 -W, vi .V ' 5. ,Q-it f, A i Y - I dd 4.1 .-N4 W.. . I ' 2 ' Y N, .g XY' 2 X -1 J' QQ"-, iffy? 1 ,?kafQ?E ffiifg I 3 if I 3 I e 3? .Z 1 Q SL., K , ? L f ' i I az QE U i . I . 'sw- I' I W , , , v, Flyikgm I A Wim' GIRLS VARSITY OLLEYB LL Top A. Franklin lmascotl, K. Franklin lcoachl, j. Gross, Y. Mitchell, K. Harrison, l. McManus, 1. Ablondi, A. Ellis l Carpenter S Gladstone, B. Bloom lmanagerl, Bottom: M. Sullivan lcapt,l, A. Tucker iCapt.l. QSENQIX Vvdpok CQ, :fmt Qxhofn 1 df.-l,4Q!'.,, fo SOUTH UO LLGYBALLI THE f v " SD f 10 Bnnnuee I 1 i Sxkssi .MNH K N www ' .Kill . C' PD... 'IPI'-Au, L-Q '.' lr W i Hmnjliw llhlilll lflrn' D I I E 'J 'll 'fa , l cunssiesv 'c.i-nance" rw me ' W l LQPNGUE . l BQNNR Braintre Nhhon VVMpow Nauck Nonh Il i I tolli xlmll te-.im plawcl .rn inc reclihlv season .ind rem hed the Central Division Tournament. Although relatively young, the team displayed extreme t I r t nfl gr irc on tht- 1 ourt Amy lun kvr was vote-clmostv.tlu.1lJlepl.1yer.mtlKathyH.lrrison,I.tnine Carpenter, and Stephanie Gladstone were voted ciptains Q Ze 8 4 fk '33 v"x ,il 'N s -"- ' v I F 4. f 1 l.V. Fi ld Hockey EX '. - A Top: Coach Guardiai, N. Golding, I. Sydow, I. Chiappini, K. Noonan, M. Abelli, P. Marini, L. Ferrar, 1. West, C. Rigopalis, L. Dellamora, A. Foster, S. Gannon, 1. Sussman lManagerJ. Front: 1. Keily, E. Garey, 1. Dickson, L. Bloch, S. DeCazzaldi, B. Henderson, S. Gonfriday, D. Fortie. Bottom: R. Manzo, C. Cannon, L. Kenney, D. Levine, 1. McLeod, D. Marshall. Top: S. MacDonald, F. Wong, M. Cij, 5. Ot1oviani,1. Farrand, P. Fantoni, S. Collet, E. Walker, Missing: C. Dallamora, C. Brown, L. Hubner. M , -Q ,A 9 3 Ol' H 1 4 '7 ts. Freshman Fi ld Hockey GIRLS IU IOR V RSITY SOCCER A. .of ft " 'igf . fszaff Top: 1. Ahearn, A. Sidoli, L. Antonio, N. Keyhese, A. Weeder, L. Conigilaro, K. Precious, Coach D. Whalen. Bottom: M. Casigardain, K. O'Rorke, S. Coldrick, S. Thaveri, B. Cadilac, S. Foley. l.V. Volleyball ,gr 'mfsl 'fi' vi' Fl if x 'Q In 5 9 " f""" N 1 . , , lx V ' X-L ., tw, .., Bottom: L. Gallette, 1. Ablondi, S. Fogharty, A. Black, 1. Smith, M. johnston. Top: K. Franklin tCoachl L. Kushnir, K. Harris, S. Sales. D. Bernstein, P. Horne, S. Missert, M. Black, D. Swotinsky VARSITY CROSS COU TRY Top: Ed Daniels tcoacht, M. Curren, T. O'Meara, D. Bloch, A, Velazquez, Bottom: P. Gordon tco-capt.l, 1. Clopeck tco-capt.t, B. Palmer. ,0 M W' .'D , M, 1 , .- E? We g,- ..,qb . " SCOREBOARD , 5-4 ,-V 3 , l st 'rs it 6 v Walpole 26-30 North 1 Norwood 32-23 Needham VVeHedey W 9 Milton 33-2 Z ' Q Braintree 26-3 Q Z Z ti 5 If 1 '.l J. fymf, KXfL.,-- -R?..-..g, .. -22 .., ... "+"" - . '-a. 30-26 32-25 23-34 32-23 thi i tstttt riiarkttrl the totirllt const-t uttxt- war that South High Crtnss Countrv has hatl a winning recorcl. The season was highlighted by big wins over ls Nattrlt .intl North, .incl luv mam sc hool .intl incltvitlual re-corrls, Although the talent of undefeated Co-Captain john Clopeck and Co-Captain Paul I l i .-itll lit- rin .sr-tl, tht-rv is a promising tuturt- alwacl tor more winning seasons with the return of many strong underclassn TCU. -1 ,' -' ' -1"-, If mai"-ff-4"" -1 5 ' f ,Q ' 'Z ar 45 Q- X . A - 4-wv'1QZQ.,,,, ' ,rQ5KlJM,,, , . . . nf-u. -,,.. N I,-,, -. ,1 1 .v-........ -, if wry 4 sn., 'Ui .nw HMM IF' I. X L gm wfff . K E Q 1 " .t Y, t -rw 5 . . , 'V W - . , 5 . QD?-if-1053: -WO' v-Q . Q, I L 4 ut. 'nfs' 'A2f"?!'f xfu.,.1ra...- STH- -w,,. f- ' 1 ' Q v ..u'U'L"' ' 1 V 1 1 1' , ry lf Ns, --Qu ' " 1 , y - 1 'v 1 ef- 5 A at-'f:'J"'a-"9" -.. af GULF First row: D. Guella, T. Broseghini, D. Gentilli, lcaptl, D. Burns. Second row: Coach Bell, C. Bond, A. Robinson, M4 lrolf, 1. Haynes, M4 Fuller, Missing: T. Sullivan, I. Rowe. Walpole Wellesley Natick Norwood Wellesley Needham SCOREBOARD 5-7 31Vz-71 V2 Dedham 49-59 Milton 56Vz-51172 Walpole 47-61 North 39Vz-68172 Braintree 44-64 Natick ,Q ask gg.: . -, fe ' --111 3. 2' 1.53 75V2-32V2 58-50 31-77 66'!z-41V2 34-74 54V2-53V2 .V-233' ., 2, 2, ,I v ,Nz KM, ""A-. 4, 'ii llii ol! ri .ini li,irl .i goorl xinixon. lhe-rv we-iv .i iouplt- of players on the If-.ini who were very good. Oyer.xlltheIe.1n1's performance was consistent over the r iiir rlllii--,fuixfnll.il1rlllr1lNl11'tlUrl.1ltllgltH0ll'xxIll1.lgotltlwlri Af il'-sv. 2 .4Qff?S'Tl .fi 1 1 i Km' 33154 W' fn-- if-..,',f. A " . I" . .J Q A WJIJY' , WL '?"'n. 90 ' f f I Y G S cm 'QD J fi -11 IQ O ll ' mfr 1N""""l0-i7a,pfv- 'I A- -5 , L MVN 5311" 5,5-A 1 H I VARSITY SOCCER v .cs lu - -'Of ."'A,1v'-h 4:- vh- 'S Q - .,-- Q1 V- - . , . ".'.F'f Q - N , t:..'. Z'-xl., sa . ., - .A wr- 'nf 6' ., 4 v ,-415 " - , .9 64-ff zaxgoq-1 , F 51 ' ,,.' . 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"' -3"-3.3, 2 "-.r A X"-', 'ff' ' ' ,"'t", 0 I t Y ., 1 ,-' ,,"',!'1, rips , . FOOTBALL TEAM PICTURE C 11 ixipl lhqff. ' .gi "" 'rf 45" 1' we 4 x. p W .EA I.. g , in .V p .:, . .,. . V , , J. .5-raw, ,. , . VA 1 , ,V -.J ,.,y:,v. - I V J.: 'll A., ',' ' A., , , , . . ,A A . .f"'s "pil "M 1: .. , ' i "' ' Wi., 4' Al' First row: W. Sheridan, M. lronfield, M. Raditz, K. Gray, V. Zanella, M. Hobin, T. Cronin, I. Flinter, Capt., I. Dones, Capt., T. Hinton, Capt., M. Goodman, H. Getson, I. Chalmers, F. Martino, T. Upham, D. Garron, A. Hutchinson, I. Dones. Second row: B. Crowley, M. Zaffino, B. Sanders, 1. Cannistrano, R. Shneider, S. jones, M. Tucker, R. Briton, j. Stefinini, F. Garcia, A. Garron, l. lachowitz, P. Nicoli, A. Chaves, D. Guerra, B. Dawson, M. Wall, 1. Antonio, M. Braticka, R Krasner. Third Row: U. Barreira, trainer, S. Curly, Coach, D. Swannecamp, D. Burke, A. Small, 1. lrwin, M. Sharpiro, 1. Weylan, 1. Conolly, E. Martin, G. Zanella, B. Dawson, W. loiner, M. Bassman, B. Deflumeri, P. George, T. Renaldo, M. Pleshaw, S. Cantor, C. lronfield, M. Forester, 1. Carey, Coach, 1. Diatelevi, Coach, H. Giagiari, head Coach, I. Poc lnot presentl. SENICR MEMBERS Q K... I iii, Su Topg M. Hohin, B. Sheridan, I. Chalmers, M. lronfield, M. Raditz, I. Dones, D. Garron, T. Upham, F. Martino, K. Gray. Bottom: V. Zanella, A. Hutchinson, T. Cronan, 1. Flintvr, 1. Dones, T. Hinton, M. Goodman, H. Getson. !.ss.53i Defense ff. W: f . . . , N pn-. .Vg f L . ,J I fi 0 f v ' ! , ' X .,... --, . 'N ' Y ,- A , f' N 1 'S W AV 4 ay J, ' 1 .Z If 4' 5, ,112 1 nts . -5 5, 03' 1 .Q K.. ' fl?-T-' ja-31' 4- LSFTQ-Aa ' Offense 49' eff' e.'.S:1 K A N' X,-.Xx,1L':,i' J 25 Hx' - 'F ' 'b' 'gh' ' 1' in f - f"f.1,, ' S' E K I if I I "5 1 fd U Q, 'I ,'! xx .I . f , . g , ,V - -.5 Q . . , T a , f ,. I' kv 5 " , 2 , ' -vu Q-2,5 J ix. X- xo .a , . sb , ti . fj'fC2:'7:4'i-Q 'ljgfse lf. 1 gli S" L: hz' sr A '- . .. if - h It 1 Q fwfsarf' Ill Q l ? -Q +15 QX ii A f' , I f. A L ,n. -,, -rv on -1 -.41 . Q , . S i -- zum-"' I L 9 A 1 rg Y . X. L 5 5 1 , 4 l xl rpO , v Y '1 Pl Q -J I I inf, ' +1 1' r . 1 v 4 I ' D 1 A ' 1 -"Is'M --... l 1.x . l , ff." ' ..' I,- ""v+,' 'J'-S34 S X O JL .rs -5' A .Y 9:5 Maur- ' Q' ' J'Mzf:'l',a' 4 I ' I 63-'8hi13iMl.' .IT x X 2. rl A I S QB Bai ' Q3 w www! 1 , . ,IW givfgyrm '--2 1...a-vang. wax 'N -.'.,1f , -x.- gtg, .,-wks. . .- .gal .. n sf 'I' . - . ',.,.,,..,g,',1i-at 'f v A W V. 0 , ,, Q, . " - ' ax, viii-ff? ' f "" -- ", .5 wv?'l" 5' ' " ' .pr . '.' RG- , ' ,. V , ' V '--.,:usf rv' f... . ,Nb If ff, , pm E .iw Tfiggwhgj . . -Neqh, gba :Cr . - J iiik - K x I V :. ' ,, ff---N-'f"'""l?W"fj1i,"i'A -V A 4. --ff--.""' .A.w:W"" wwf ' x -,,.A'f '14-1 ' . -Q. 91' u -,rg "' f , . A ' . . -1-..3,v'r-' ff Q--,..ff.A,, fan- ww, ,, Q 1 . N. ., . - .,., ,Q fc. -' -v ---L p 4 ... . . ,I -ang H .424 A-i,3,,w? A A . .V-' ..x vfZff""'?"g""+' "', . 4""' -i1-ff' A jj? .91 I ,-,W 1 ..ahgx,3rg'.f?,w"'M E' v is Q I, .A-'f""- fp. '7' 'ip-...- Nui, K fr ... EN Q'L7"'T'Q Q s Q ,0 1 .a-.AJ gf- K, -1 Q1 F M' CB' " , , WQA if g1v"',g 4- 1 Au. gg P , I , 4 ' , 1 T f - .. ,za , 4. ua r-, A '- . NA Q v ,,q',,:.g . 'Z' 'K' ' ' . . ,gl ff U ... - ff? -1, -I Q, -f, J." K -- - iw- 1-af . I ff , ":vF""f' "f N 'QQ ' " ' ' M' ' ---' f .' , tv f s . . K lk vit H ' -"" - " , ' , -sa I , s?"' ' . I , va ,' ,, ' 3 , , ' .' '-gm ' , 4 . Q M-, .L .57A..gx?3r- ' - 53 V, ui CRGSS COU TRY .V. SOCCER FROSH FOOTB LL , 'T -v A li at , c f' 'v' - F L - , n if - L ,sm ' 'V '24 ' ' -.1 A C7 . K if 4, xy 'fx f' F 5,f'?A.f,,".-'.5'..':. .1 1. . 2 - ra 1 A ' p .13 .w. First Row: D. Smith, H. Brown, 1. Becker, S. Sostillo, C. Eckels, E. Cray, B. Hoyt, I. O'Brien, L. McGregor. Second Row: B, Lopes, M. Curren, K. Maggan, R.S. Law, M. George, A. Badger, capt., M. Gates, 1. Cannistraro, D. Scott, M. Caputo, I. Cerro. Third Row: 1. Finn, coach, P. Gilde, P. Bohn, ,P, Gorman capt., S. Sodaberg, , 1. Citell, P. McClure, D. Walker, S. Magri, M. Pimitrio, S. Ober, 1, Walker, coach. FROSH SOCCER 'vi S . -- -v X f'.T Yr ftfv LLL Front row: Mark Weirstock, Richard Rosenberg, Bobby Read, jeff Cohen, Robby Dott, Mark Tannerbaum, King Young, Lon Sunshine, Nick Bell, Back roxsg Wayne Pass, Steve Sngder, Bruce Bolivar, Mive Porestky, Sean Murphy, Kevin Mellur, Maru Charmis, jeff Slick, Tom Pedulla, and Coach Michael Terasconi. l 1 ,- N 5' ,ggi DOUBLE HEADER: BAY STATE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 55111:- 'EY I . .gang .,,-.fu x if 3'- 92 4 I 1 P""" .., A I- ,DQS Q C 43 14 ff d l we l 1 We would like to congratulate the 1980-1981 Varsity Hockey and Varsity Basketball teams on a magnificent display during this season. Both teams were champions in the Bay State league this year, a first for Framingham South. To the coaches, the captains and each team member, we salute you and your success. i L llflbfwn 3 4 1:9 J f 1 I 4 2 " 1lAnL . 3 ' I. 'L HOCKEY u--...n x H ff . -:gg Front Row lL to Rl: B. Dawson, A. Hutchinson, M. Blumenthal, I. Pellegrini, Capt. P. Taglianetti, F. Piso, R. Pignone, G. Marder,1.Tosti, B. Masionis. Second Row: Coach Carter, Coach Binkoski, B. Montelbalno, 1. Mitchell, N. Bell, D. Planchel, L. Simpson, L. Tomialley, C. O'NeilI, B. Dawson, C. Carroll, R. Tosti B Flynn, Coach Donahue, Head Coach Bob Bell, Manager Mark Shaeffer. Q...-5-5-tl A 'Yr Q.: XX -,.,...-- JlllIl'llllBe -' llii, -l1 4 ' .ff illllmmlfgft N ' 'evfiiit-itillilllllg. ex' rx Li--ft' i Flll'?5? N "ss, A' v o 'VT .. :. f ZPWQ 0 Q U 4 ?YAvJ.p:,r.:... s ,- sir llll nl1 5 Q ifmeag mfs 44 64 955 lib is f " 1 tvi? if-R 'Fr' i Z' '- , - KA izf v . I I ARSITY WRESTLING Back Row lL to RJ: Coach LaChanCe, M. lannow, 1. Radovsky, C. Rotari, B. Goodman, B. Whalen, A. Chaves, 1. Chalmers, Coach Fougre, Manager M. Morrison. lst Row: Y. Tsiros, K. Taylor, S. Baurn, D. Donahue, W. Connery, M. Selig, D. Morrison. 'K 'x ll .wlllnlllllll ll 'A Ji B ll" llll 'RESIMNXX ff!! Q f f JE 3 Z: 5 5 7 Fx 71 3' :. 3 P5 1 5 :L fs L 12. 5. -I' U A .f 3 U C 3 sz. 3' f: fc ft 3 Q. ft Cl. 5' ft -4 fo Q. 1 5' Q., - nn rw O - O. O -. Y' MD . 2 5' O C on 3' 3 9. m 5. 2. 3 U9 Q t X 4 f 'U r-H-,,.1.---1"' -AY .,f,,..,i .Q-T:--- ff- gf ...--1--"' fn V. 2 ,.....--""..-1"5""'-- -: 1-nr' M14 4...-3.-""..- A 5 ,wmv . 6 yvak T'---2-"-S' W" 3 U ri-4 owl, il slums ll11pruxl'I11t'I1l ow-r las! vc-.ark sc-.axon .incl projects potential in years to come. -.Air An, . ,,""",a-. . ,A 'sir . if 5 1 4' , , 6 4 6 u ' gt? W , 'f X , is ' rfb. ' -V G , mx fl f 5 - 45 9'-K QS C it 1-xi GIRLS GYM ASTICS 2' XKA .gm W W f ""-H-... 'L-Q.. J." . 's i lop 1L to RJ: U. Walker, Cf Coburn, P. Mersky lcaptainsl. .ird Row: I. Col- man, D. Sampson, A. Clark. 2nd Row: B. Haughcy, D. Whalen, S. Hen- nchorry, M. Flandr-rs, M. Haasc, K. Bott, Mrs. Robbins, Ist Row: N. Weiner, S. Brown, I. Colman, R. Manro, S. Gvntillv, S. Apkon. Not Pictured C. VIQIIOLI, E. Cloudman. 'W Q' 1 'U ' Vx l 1 X 5 '-K. md K S 1 INDOOR TRACK 5' Xxw N , In" 11.1 , M I' ' f 1 1-Mi. 'N L 'umixnqmm Lam gHC ilu mlfllw Sanding1Lto RJ: P. Cheffers lAsst. Coachb, R. Grady, M. Curnen, P.B h C F ll B B I S jh R F g E H d M B gh C O'Meara, M. Willingham, A. Cheffers, S. Lundy, G. Marinofsky, P Fl d L S C b C P B C k E C h D. Carron, M, Goodman, L. Rosenblatt. Missin : . etson I X 'I X v -Ax x X .5 X3 ' Q W X W 2 ul! f M 4 U V , L aff' P 1 q G, L ffh4IYfllfll0. M In "' I ulii X1 ""b. .f""' I '42 GIRLS BASKETBALL Ist Row: S. Kee-fe, A, Swotinsky, K. Cullen, K. O'Neil, L. Bober. 2nd Row: I. Hester, lcoachl, V. White, K. O'Brien, C. Custowski, D B DelPret MH If' l, LA- X . 5. gf l xg! 'Q fl, lurllt llux was .r mg furxmrrrl to tl mort X lr- AY tl? Nw Q .QYL PU9. - X l QW Sis lx x l l 1 2 md- L If ll 'll I .x SQ, k I l L t 1 lllllll E- L, - ,f l es , X lx B ' 'llllllllll-1 4 trll 'H- v sg hui gk . k 5 ,J sr'-4 . , f . X 4, xx YY: ,AA A 8 .. hunlclrng yr-.rr for the- gurls lprskctlmll tr-am. The tmm was mainly nmclv of unclcrnI.1s.sn1en, many which will return next year. Next year we are ' DIWJIUISIIHJ, 804180 S li yas ig? an-vb rs W 4 655.0 lui 6 .E BCYS BASKETBALL SQEE N Ma NX AS E I I flflf' . WM" is W 1 5 Q I 4 +4 E049 Q 4 Qu 6 4' "STM 3 Q. fu LM w7'7.s y N ,X BOY'S SWIM TEAM Back Row IL to Rl: A. Emerson, Ron, Con 2nd Row: S. Cooperman, B. Wolfson, T. Sullivan, 1. Dineen, T. Scalzi, S. Thome, 1. Gitell, lst Row: 1. Rivers, T. Harding, 1. lachowitz, R. Baker tCapt.l S. Oakes, P. Hynes, G. Chin, 1. Brown. ' tx Ar W" . do KUS, 057 W' vi' Uv-'T I-MEJN x 'i " U l V A 3 Bins Varsilx Swimming had tl good st-ason this yt-.ir dt-spite the loss of 9 of last year's seniors finishing with a record of 3-3-2. The team also did well in iiusresmsorm tompt-tition with Bake-r, Chin, llarcling, Uint-on, Oakes, Sullivan and Hynes attending Easterns and Baker also qualifying for both States and New liigglutirls K I V l A-wut I 'I' ws-- x. . L, ,134 1- fxx K 44 Nl'T'f.4gTtf -x 'A' I rv, -' A-:si 'il' KJ' Zu .I-al Boys l.V. Basketball AL Girls l.V. Basketball O l.V. Hockey 1.v. WRESTLING BUYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL " X .1 Eff? E W' Freshman Hockey GIRLS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL g.. - flfi QS M, Yi - I I 4 . A fy 'if I 9-. ,.x. yt . f... f 'v , 'mass 2' 4 'f ,x, .W D42 ww- gg , ' .,: 'V Iliff' . ul ,I yt J ,I ,ol I. VI , 1 . i S ,A 1' Y',rI, V , fl, 'A :' I rv' . ' A , ",.1'.' Diff' ,Z H1 -i'f1:"' 15? Q - 'Z55 f?. . I' an ,, f . Tn. If-'Zo' x' 21 I VI if ' if , - M., W6 ,QQQSOW 1 ' OQBQCQQ ' I' A Qfgj. J. Y Q T , A xi ' S? X A D EVE MORE SUPERLATIVES . . . Mix MUST LIKELY TO SUCCEED FRIENDLIEST Maura Kelley and john Irwin Donna Sliney and David Casavant T a Q23 HIT! 'fc-ww-R MUST IJRAMAIIC MOST TYPICAL T1 rc sc- Cinrrnrnnrc n .and Clary Massey Connie Wynne and lack Flinter I . 1 CLASS COUPLE Angela Sybick and joe Altobelli MOST ELIRTATICUS Robin Gauthier and Mark Ironfield gsqna H M. I Xi CONSUMER : EXPERT A Ink ML it-1 f5X E! NJ ii 'Ml Z fake achon CD 1 SCIENCF D1 Qcpver partv ldgdk .24 M1 in . STUDENT GOVERNMENT 5 .r . .LU J .. -A V ,, ' .iff 4' " T: Back Row CL to RJ: M. Casavant, M. Abelli, M. Casavant, M. jrolf, P. Marini, L. Ferrara, 1. West, C. Haddad, E. Vidiera. 3rd Row: L. Snider, D. Marshall, K. Miller, 1. Shriberg, D. Bloch, H. Zimmerman, 2nd Row: R. Wietzler, L. Delamora, H. Queen, K. Spencer, M. Shaeffer, L. Sunshine. 1st Row: 1. Clopeck, C. Coburn, A. Cohen, D. Casavant. 1 . 1' yt- Q A '- Huw' ' My 7 is . gf 'V' P k... wal- 5'---7 D. Casavant Nice Presidentj, A. Cohen iRecording Secretaryl, C. Coburn fCorresponding Soc retarym, 1. Clopeck iPresidentJ, Missing 1. Corsini iTreasurerJ. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY F 4' i "Y" '33 ' ' u 1, U. .-y of 1' ' L L fx '51 Back Row KL to Rl: 1. Clopeck, M. jrolf, K. Leary, M. Blumenthal, E. Videira, 1. Peterson, R. C-riggs, D. Strachman, S Abdulali, G. Chin, B. Blatt. 2nd Row: C. Coburn, L. Bober, L. Kleinman, C. Shevrin, S. Kahn, B. Levy, K. Baer, A. Feragamo, V. White, C. Gustowski, C. Jacobs, C. Pedullah, S. Morris, Y. Mitchell. lst Row: M. Shaeffer, D. Bloch, R. Steinberg, N. Young, S. Ferrari, M. Selg, B. Sullivan, L. Bloch, M. Upham, S. Thayer, M. Flanders, C. Feragamo, M. Kelley, S. Dwyer, R. Selig, 1. Quinn tAdvisorl. i v Y' v Back Row KL to Rl: 1. Cohen, M. Poretsky, L. Cardani, G. Chin, B. Allen, S. Sharaf, I. Altobelli, E. Cohen, M. Selig, R. Steinberg, K. Haase. 2nd Row: L. Verichione, D. Svvotinsky, M. Barry, L. Rosenblatt, S. Capizzi, l. Silverberg, A. Cohen, M. Haase, R. Rodberg, S. Cohen, 1. Sussman. 3rd Row: L. Ferrara, S. Landers, l. Rossini, G. Seltzer, D Ferrara, V. White, C. Cierorne, D. Seltzer, S. Kahn, S. Gannon, 1. West, C. Haddad, 1. Arvedon, Mr. K tAclvisorl 1-' 'i-11" A -:-rr:-nf ..,".Ff , - ' 'A-'Th -. . --ff -f - ' . 13.5 " ' xv ,I , 4 v , . vi .. i EDI DA 'I SID ,. 4 S DE TCRIER 'C I -tx A X L... . ' I 'II 3 1st Row: 1. Doe, B. Schwartz, L. Hawkes, S. Clopper, R. Adleman, S. Lander. 2nd Row: Mrs. Baldwin CAdvisorJ S. Maybrook, S. Shariff, P. Greenberg iliditori Q x PHILOM TH 46 Phllomath General Staff lst Row: D. Sliney. M. Fougere, C. Wynne, I. lsen, iAssistant Editorl A. Tucker lEditorl. 2nd Rovv: S. Kahn, C. Pedulla, C. Shevrin, A. Offenberg, C Ferragamo, L. Klienman, B. Levy, D. Ferrara, L. Rosenblatt, 3rd Row: S. Ravreby, C. Assa, 1. Shriberg, N. Golden, M. Lesser, B. Smith. 4th Row: M Shaffer, T. Sullivan, M. Curnan, S. Cooperman, M. lrolf, D. Strachman, R. Allen. Q- V' 'Y Lv Plwulonmtll lrlltors lsr Row l Rfm-nhlml, A lun lu-r, I. lsr-n, M. Sullivan, K. Svxindell, 2nd Row: A. Offenberg, C. Ferragamo, C. Shevrin, B. Levy. 1.1 2 I F I Q . ' .M-unv""" A lot of hard work has gone into making this book. The editors ofthe Philomath sincerely hope that you find lasting memories of South High School within the pages of this book. We have tried to bring as much of the vvhole school as possible. We'll never forget the friendships we've made here and as the years go by we believe the 1981 Philomath will be able to remind of the laughter and good times. Enjoy this yearbook and keep it as a constant reminder of 1981 at Framingham South High School. D"fu'?:l4V'ri'Hl' sm ,f-gg., 1- -yy., A l4,5FXQ'Nl S35 RN Back Row CL to Rl: M. Murphy, K. Millar, N. Gildor, B. Pearsall, P. Flanders, Y. Mitchell, M. Walkenstien, L.Mar1sur.2r1d Row: D. Sliney, L. Gooch, L. Weitz, 1. joiner, I. Rakir1,S.Clopper, K. Badger, R. Adleman, D. Valenzola, C. Ferragamo. Front Row: lCaptainJ: R. Selig. C O L O R G U A R D 9- LATIN CLUB UB L NC LIA ITA J .i 4 !: -Y Back Row CL to Rl: 1. Lis, L. Cadarni, M. lrolf, C. Marinofsky, L. Simpson, G. Marder. Front Row: C. jerome, I. Barlow, M. Kelley, L. Veliko, K. Ott, Mr. Binkoski, 1. Dickson, L. Gringeri, L. Weiss, M. Shaeffer. --1 ,li I... link Row lL to Rl: I. K.1kin, l.. Floslmrnan, K. Ott, C. Sicloli. Front Row: R. Lage, P. Motschman, A. Veek rf o-Pri-sirlc-ntl l.. Vs-liclo Wrvsiclvnll: K. O'Brien, Mr. Cfarlmone lAclvisorl, D. Cuerr.1lTrcasurerl,A. Sidoli, L. Mr-rlon, C2 .WJD--f' 0A'fjf'r' Back KL to RJ: D. Lutz, A. Veek, R. Rodberg, P. Smith, M. Motchman, R. Shuman, D. F Strachman, N. Cohen, D. Larn, U. Face, B. Gellatin, Ms. Satlak, Front Row: L. Fleishman, B. Rivers, N. Young, L. Dipko. M, .. A Back Row QL to RJ: B. Tool, B. Blecshcmidt, M. Murphy, M. Flanders, I. Wiley, 1. xf' McManus, F. Eyes, S. Mabrook, A. Black, Mrs. Rubeski, Front Row: G. Chin, S. Gaveiri, L. Gooch, N. Kehayes, T. Sullivan, R. Colliger. EIFTID HJNEIEH D HEI NV 'ID HH CHEERLEADING X A N , is ' s 'C 7 Wnwbw AWWW W ,A Ns Top Row CL to RJ: W. Smith, T. Flynn, L. Moberg, M. Decina, D. Goldrick, D. Bernardi, S. Kasten. 1stRow: C. Coburn, C. Goldrick, C. Wynne, S. Fleagle, R. Gauthier KCaptainJ, C. Pedulla, S. Resnic, P. Marcotte. P 'TAN -fled L rx, Q 5 . 3 W. 5:1 'kia Back Row tL to RJ: M. Lazaar, D. Cusak, A. Booth, I. West, S. Gannon, G. Seltzer, 1. Henning. 3rd Row: D. Capello, M Shapiro, D. Henderson, j. Ruben, M. Lawless, A. Press, H. Thaler, S. Levine. 2nd Row: L. Berenson, 1. PearsaI,'B. Anderson L. Henneberry, N. Pearson, C. Ephium. Front Row: judy Rossini, jane Henning, Sue Pelligrini tTri-Captainsi. 1 O5 os GIRLS ji -P x Q i P s , Q5 'X bfi. Top Row lL to Rj R Bertelino S Ortez, P. Izdebsky, K. Baer, 2nd Row: Mr. Krikorian, W. Alverio, A. Alverio T Quirk M Shaeffer A. Friedman, 1st Row: B. jones, Y. Kang, A. Abdulali, j. Clopeck. I mg' 5 I .U Q . 5 . AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE rffd March Behrens japan: March 1980 - March 1981 My AFS year in japan has been extremely meaningful. Sharing in the daily life of a typical japanese family has many rewards. Participating in the public school program has been quite demanding. Their sports pro- grams also require maximum concentration. I feel priviledged to have had a small part working toward the great goals of AFS: international peace and understanding. OU ffl' I he n ' UD fi HHN- VFIJV' . -ml-in axluvv d . 1 P- sings her heart out QD 5. gm Q F., Q E 4 QRCHFQTQA , B 5 5 4 ' 5 f W :QQ Q Music B ' N E 5, Q D Q N AAMERECAN masse , I S U5 Q AX Fi -1 I 5 3 21, C-5 proudly X X E Presents the i 5 A EC" "'?lTHEf1S11nn1j L.....g QDQP'-A A V 'S X O L. S.SeJ8 :id . f -F 5 HUSICHIE 3 SH ws vw 'U 1,2 QQ rn ShowB1tS E MUSIC A :JE Q:-1 Q be is Records M-JM'-Sic 5 Fon THE nscmnn People P. gii SOUNDS? 3513330 KUU3H 15? 1' T 5 x 9? 124 4. Q ,1 1' - n.-4 f'N 1 '. ' 4- 1 Q 'Q Q.- b fs? ' 5 3 r X v l r fi ,din a X, '1 Rx. ... .555 gn m z' -33" Back Row KL to R1: B. Ross, M. Grimes, R. Goliger, R. Story, Veek, T. Quirk, A. Badger, R. Koenig, M. Wall, H. Lewis, R. Schwartz, A. Stanger, T. Anderson, R. Lage, M. Seeley, 1. O'Brien, S. Apkon. 3rd Row: E. Porcello, 1. Swaim, P. Marshall, 1. Pettiford, M. 1ohnston, M. Gildor, E. Walker, T. Pruyn, M. Lawless, L. Fleishman. 2nd Row: P. Linsky, S. DeC-ozzaldi, I. Rakin, S. Thayer, B. Ross, K. Harrison, M. Murphy, B. O'Brien, T. Giammarco, A. Press, 1. Arvedon, B. Schwartz, C. Assa, L. Racey, A. Goldman, F. Reynard, 1. Corsini, lst Row: S. Sales, C. Rovers, C. Wynne, M. Walkenstien, 1. Henning, Y. Mitchell, P. Motchman, M. Lazaar, B. Cadillac, S. Kenney, Mr. G. Perrone, A. Frank, C. Kostylo, N. Ryan, H. Esty, A. Silva, 1. Henning, K. Anderson, A. Cort, L. Dipko, W. Clark. V HG DI 75 . I q. . s il J .. ' . X 'I V t 3rd Row: T. Giammarco, T. Caurse, Cr. Kabler, N. Ryan, B. O'Brien. 2nd Row: A. Dyer, A. Veek, R. Goliger, Y. Mitchell, R. Lage, B. Esty. 2st Row: M. Walkenstien, B. Schwartz, A. Frank, G. Perrone, B. Blechschmidt, P. Motchman, 1. Furlong, Missing: 1. Henning. EIX G HD ll SH l UB L CC US A ELL P CA A Back row QL TO Rl - K. Porcello, M. Davis, R. Lage, A. Veek, R. Goliger, P. Smith, M. Curnan, G. Kabler, F. Echeverria, D. Stachman, R. Allen, A. Dter, T. Coarve, G. Marter, 1. Gordon, T. Pruyn, L. Fliechman. Middle row CL TO Rl - C. Page, B. Prensal, B. O'Brien, T. Giammarco, A. Gilbey, D. Lofe, C. Assa, I. Rakin, A. Frank, S. Fox, T. Tivin, B. Ross, T. Monihan, R. Strachman, j. Rubin, W. Clark, 1. Barlow, E. Porcello. First row CL TO Rl - A. C-oldman, L. Leonard, 1. Henning, B. Blechschmidt, P. Motchman, A. Silva, S. Kahn, C. Bauman, S. Thayer, K. Baer, C-. Perrone ladv.l, L. Clienman, S. Kenney, B. Schwartz, A. Ferragamo, D. Hyslop, L. Anderson, M. Walkenstein, M. Murphy, Y. Mitchel, L. Racey, L. Dipko. ff" +35 Bac k Row KL to Rl: B. Ross, I. O'Brien, R. Lage, M. Grimes, A. Veek, R. Goliger, R. Schwartz, A. Badger, M. Wall, P. Izdepski, R. Konig, H. Lewis, T. Quirk, A. Dyer, B. Storey, 1. Dow, B. Taylor, I. Rakin. Middle Row: D. lnnsky, S. DeGozzaldi, A. Coldmar, B. O'Brien, T. Giammarco, A. Smithe, K. Harrison, D. Marshall, K. Harrison, B. Schwartz, 1. Arvedon, S. Missert, S. Thayer, I. Pettiford, I. Furlong, l. Coleman. First Row: S. Apkon, I. Swaim, L. Dipko, M. Walkenstien, L. Racey, P. Mothshman, K. Walsh, 1. loachin, H. Esty, S. Kenney, Mr. ti. Perrone, A. Frank, B. Cadillac, N. Ryan, B. Esty, K. Anderson, Y. Mitchell, D. Court, D. Tracia, C. Assa, W. Clark, F Porcvlla. FYE ...V - we tfvuvf "1 ul Back Row: M. Curman, M. Ware, G. Marder, P. Lemay, R. Lage. 6th Row: C. Rotaton, R. Hoyt, E. Martin, j. Cohen, D. Basson, P. O'Brien, 5th Row: D. Linsky, K. Cusak, 1. Stanger, A. Ferragaom, L. Kleinman, D. Sjukowsky, N. Ryan, R. Lohse. 4th Row: K. Convery, S. Cooperman, M. Previtte, A. Cheffers, M. Davis, T. Harding, M. Curnan, 1. Barlow, B. Schwartz, S. DeGozzaldi, C. Williams, G. Kabler, R. Schwartz, B. Chute, M. Martino. 3rd Row: D. Kaufman, T. Corse, M. Savell, T. Tlunan, S. Fow, A. Swotinsky, P. Weldon, C. Page, A. Frank, B. McCarthy. 2nd Row: D. Tersoni, L. Anderson, G. Gordon, D. Hyslop, L. Bergman, R. Goldblatt, S. Apkon, D. DelPrete, D. Fortier, S. Gentili, lst Row: R. Goliger, S. Thayer, B. Henderson, B. Blechschmid, D. Baer, 1. O0sterman, Mr. G. Perrone, L. Bober, 1. Lis, M. Hull, M. Haase, l. O'Brien, K. Lightbody. A 3 Back Row KL to RJ: S. Cooperman, G. Kabler, K. Lightbody, M. Davis, M. Curnan, R. Goliger, M. Previte, P. O'Brien, D. Basson. 2nd Row: B. McCarthy, 1. Stanger, M. Curnan, D. Hyslop, P. Lemay, M. Savell, D. Linsky, R. Schwartz, lst Row: L. Bergman, S. Thayer, L. Bober, K. Shukovsky, L. Klienman, Mr. G. Perrone, B. Shwartz, B. Henderson, C. Page, P. Weldon. I 'l X VH CIN l ZZV V9 CIN iw RCH ESTRA INTER C NCERT Back Row CL to RJ: G. Kabler, L. Cardani, R. Hoyt, M. Previte, R. Lage, 1. Stanger, R. Schwartz, P. O'Brien, B McCarthy, M. Ware, W. loiner, E. Martin, M. Curnan, R. Goliger, M. Curnan, A. Cheffers, T. Corse, 1. Ferrara M. Savell, D. Tersoni, 1. Noonan. 2nd Row: R. Goldblatt, G. Gordon, S. Cooperman, M. Nathanson, B Henderson, P. Weldon, R. Schwartz, R. Rosen, 1. Barlow, S. Gentili, L. Bergman, D. Linsky, D. Shukowsky, B Ross, S. Fox, T. Tivnan, C. Page, D. Fortier, R. Lohse, M. Nathanson. 1st Row: 1. O'Brien, M. Haase, j. Lis, L Bober, S. Thayer, K. Cusak, L. Klienman, B. Schwartz, B. Blechschmidt, S. Roehlke, Mr. G. Perrone, A Ferragamom, K. Baer, D. Hyslop, L. Anderson, N. Ryan, 1. Oosterman, B. Pearsall, C. Rotatori, K. Convery. C' N . . -X 4 L ' L V' ,I N. "' . l A E -- ali B v - sv..-.,-n...w to n yc la is . ' N' Back row CL to Rl - D. Marshall, M. Lis, N. Ryan, R. Coliger, F. Echeverria, L. Dickman, G. Kabler, M. Wall, G. Massey, A. Ferragamo, P. Themistodes, M. Grimes, K. Baer, A. Gilbey, E. Porcello, R. Selig. Middle Row lL to RJ - N. Gildor, M. Black, S. Missert, B. Blechschmidt, P. Motchman, R. Lage, R. Storey, 1. Henning, T. Drisell, T. Anderson, D. Hyslop, M. Walkenstein, D. Walkensfein, D. Tersoni, C. Cerome, R. Strachman, L. Fernandes. First row CL to RJ - S. Baker, T. Vermette, L. Bergman, S. Thayey, j. Rubin, R. Doe, A. Frank, M. Millhouse, 1. Lis, R. Sosny CAdv.l, T. Giammarco lPres.l, A. Dyer lV.P.J, 1. Arvedon lSeC.l, B. O'Brien, 1. O'Brien, B. Piersal, D. Switinsky, R. Rodberg, j. Pettiford, S. Fox, A. Goldman, 1. Furlong. Missing - M. Forman lTres.l A7111-Q. .l ...A I' Q F' ' B Q f S .Vg .N C wk li' E. ,4-f"!1 ...S Am -as, M W, . I 9 Os I lr 4 7 1 Q- A ,f .fr 'Q' ,. N. A 'Q' E, Lv. fs Auf 1 ,X If?" 'O- Ma h H 8 1 -1 ...f I hui 4 .-wg 1 'S fi Xb 'TH rf" 'TH X . Q! ', .X s ff' Q ".'I?'.4 fm 1 Q 'ZD- Q A Vx 1-11:-F-1 hqfE'KK5'w!,' A l iglg Q' ev' i 9 1 Tiff' , , ,'., , ,C . --n u Q 4 1 1 Q W ARM I Q 3933. I - 4 f Q 0 u 4 fgg Q if Yi v-u 'M' but-mari .J 4 A iw if , f Af I n , 47' 11 xi A. Jw V! IBN, . ,i . fr-I . ,, . Q' ' 'Q I ,S in .hw 'i""15 5'. f" " ,u 1. . L ' H xbx . 1 R494 A ' u ' x . .V v . 'I A ues, , ' vngl pp' 3 cw ., , - .. v ',, k-.A 1 , I . ff :. 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Designed by Sue Baker Typed by Kevin Mallon F N TO THE CLASS OF l98I W ' on Manufactur' g C PATRONS "Compliments ofa Friend" Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Ferrara Mr. Gregory l-lebard Mrs. Renee Isen Mr. and Mrs. john M. Kahn Richard Maxfield Dr. and Mrs. Richard Offenherg Edna M. Raine Leonard and Sara Wane Brian and Diane Wynne PROFESSIQNAL SPONSORS Stephen B. Berkowitz M.D. jason G. Cohen, Atty. Dr. Maurice E. Gostin Michael 1. Couse lr., Atty. Paul D. DeGenzo, Atty. Endodontics Associates Morris Fried M.D. Gerald E. Gaffin, Atty. Dr. Eugene A. Gaston David L. Gittleson, Atty. Gerald Goldberg, D.M.D. Kenneth Gordon M.D. Leon Herman M.D. William Keily lr. Kenneth LeBaron D.M.D. B.F. MacDonald M.D. R.W. Smith D.M.D. X J Alexson's Upholstery 3 Pierse Rd. Framingham, MA Alpens Inc. 117 Concord St. Framingham, MA Arthur!Leland Pealty Trust T5 Wald St. Framingham, MA Danon Medical Lab Needham Heights, MA Data Comm lterface, 160 Speen St. Framingham, MA Deluxe Shoe Repair 180 Howard St. Framingham, MA Donut Time 770 Worcester Rd. Framingham, MA The Framery 1 Framingham Center Framingham, MA Hi-Lo Foods 478 Waverly St. Framingham, MA Inc. BUSINESS SPONSORS Irving Square Barber Shops 37 Hollis St. Framingham, MA jewelry Tree 437 Worcester Rd. Framingham, MA Stanely W. johnson 470 Union Ave. Framingham, MA Kim's Texaco Service Center 228 Waverly St. Framingham, MA Landry Schwinn Cyclery 80 l-lol is St. Framingham, MA Lesters 20 River St. Framingham, MA The Middlesex News 33 New York Ave. Framingham, MA Sullivan Sunoco Worchester Rd. 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ALLEN, ROBERT IOSEPH 138 Kendall Ax e. college Spanish Club 3,45 Music Club 3,-1, Key Club -15 Nc-arbook tbusinessl 45 Candy Sale 3, Anti- Cliciue Club 3,-13 Strategy and Tactics Club 15 Nldgldlllltt Sale 33 Polo Team 2. ALTOBELLI, IOSEPH M. 23 Nixon Road I1LIst11c'ss administration Football 1,235 Lacrosse 1,25 Key Club -I, Super- teams 33 Senior Play 4, Smarc Party -I5 hhk 1,2,3,4 Al VERIO, ANNET TE ANDERSON, XIARIE II. 13 Pinehill Road Candy Sale- 25 Nlagazine Sale 35 Volleyball In- tramurals 3, Smart Party 4, Crirls Crlee Club 3,43 Xlixed C horus 3,-I, Acapella 4. -XsSA,tfARtJl1N R. -I -Xngiilini Drixe rollege -- to lie a iournalist lirania I lub I,2,3,-I5 Music C lub 43 Chorus -15 Clit-eilisirlirig 3, Student C rrer 3,45 Philomath-1, A-Tttiltlllllt' Sale 3, t anrlx Sale 2, Senior Play -l. "OrlXX'XRlD, SIAN Ii'XKIR,Rt1BlRI I Gtniiiiioii Iviiare .tltllIl4'tlIlI.llf'1lLLII1l'C'lll1j.I 'll IOR DIRECTORY Swimming 1,2,3, captain 4, Prom 2,3,45 Cotill- ion 4, Senior Picnic 4, Senior Banquet -1. BAKER, SHANNON BALLOU, ELLEN BARILONE, IOYCE BARRY, PATRICK BAUM, STUART B. 36 Ledge-wood Road greatness and modesty tactually more of eachl Student Crier 1,2,3, features editor 45 Varsity Shows 2, Stage Manager 3, producer 43 Drama Club 233,45 Drama Productions 2, Assistant Stage Manager 3, Stage Manager 45 National Honor Society 2,3,4, Wrestling 3,45 Christmas Proiect 1,2,3,4, Senior Plays Assistant Manager 3, Stage Manager 45 Sandscript 3,45 Candy Sale 2, Magazine Sale 3, Music Club 4, Math Club 2, Class Song 4. BAUMAN, SHERRI LEE 32 Foxhill Rd. To be rich and famous. Gymnastics 2,3, Candy Sale 25 Magazine Drive 3, Spanish Club 1, Latin Club 1, Drama Club 1,2,3: Community Effort 4. BEHRENS, MARCY Band 1,3, Music Club 1,2,35 Drama Club 1,2,3, A Cappella 3, Girls Clee Club 1,2, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, Musical 23 Plays 1,2, Soccer 3, SMARC Party 3, Fashion Show 25 Orchestra 1,2,35 Super Teams 2, Music Festival 1,2, A.F.S. - lapan 4. BEIRNE, DAVID M. 5 Russell Circle To attend college, Business Manager. Football 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3,-1, Baseball 1,3,4, Lacrosse 23 Golf 4. BEMIS, MIKE BERARDI, IO-ELLEN 78 Bethany Rd. Diet Technician and Part-time Dance Instructor - Undecided on college, Lacrosse 1, Drama Club 1,2, Mixed Chorus 1,25 Cheerleading I.V, 2, Varsity 3, Student Crier Photography Editor 4, Industrial Arts Fair 3, Candy Sale 2, Magazine Driye 35 Hugging Club-1, Community Effort 4. BERTC JLINO, RICHARD BESIIEARS, ELIZABETH A. 24 Dennison Aye. To go to college for nursing, hopefully South- eastern Mass. University I 1Nl1It1I1bl1OVS. 1 15 Music Club ' 3' Candy Sile 2, 35 Magazine salt- 3. I BLAIR, PAULINE MAY 9 Fay Rd. Executive Secretary or Legal Secretary. Candy Sale 2,3, Magazine Drive 3. BLECHSCHMI DT, BEATE BLUMENTHAL, MARK ALAN 42 Blackberry Lane To reject Kareem. Vice-President 2,35 Student Government 45 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,4, LV. Hockey 25 l.V. Lacrosse 25 Varsity Hockey 3,4, Varsity La- crosse 3,45 SMARC Party 3,45 Steering Commit- tee 1,2,3,4, Olympic Club 4, HHK Club 2,3,4, Student Crier 1. BOHN, CATHY 16 Pearl Harbor Rd. Air Force, to be famous and happy, to be like my father. Basketball I.V. 15 Variety Show 4, BOND, LISA MICHELLE 122 Fay Rd. To always be happy and successful and to have a fulfilling life. Spanish Club 3, Italian Club Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Drama Club 1,2, Candy Sale 2,35 Magazine Drive 3, International Lang. Festival 2,3,4, Make-up crew 13 Costumer for "Music Man" 2, Fashion Show 1,2,3,4, Home Economics Exhibit 2,3, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3, Bermuda 4. BOUGHEY, IOSHUA BOWDEN, IANET 80 Pearl St. Accountant, Interior design. Magazine Driye 3. BOVVLES, DONALD BOYLE, SAGE A. 175 Salem End Rd. Work: Physical Therapist at Chilclren's Hospital W to see Neil Young. Super Teams 35 Soccer 1, Lacrosse l.V. Captain 3,-4, Intramural Basketball 35 Steerin' Commit- tee 3,45 Magazine Driye 33 Candy Salle 2,3, Se- nior Play-1, Prom Committee 3, French Club 13 SMARC Party 3,-1, Variety Show 3,41 Christmas Project 45 Philomath 4, Anti-clique. BRADLEY, SUSAN BRATICA. IOSEPH 'MIA Bethanx Rd. Io go to college and become a CPA. Football 1.2, IV, Captain 3, Indoor track 1,2,3, Outdoor trac k 1,2,3, Christmas Project 2. BROSECIHINI, TODD o-I Barber Rd. Io be turned cloyxn as a patient in an insane asylum because l'rn oxerciualifiecl. Golf 1,2,3, MVP 45 Basketball 1,45 Intramural Basketball 2.3,-1. BROWN, DAVID BROWN, SHARON G. 31 Flanagan Drive To become a lawyer and acheive fiscal au- tonomv. A Cappella 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 15 Senior Play 45 Variety Show 45 Hug- ging Club Pres. 45 SMARC Party 35 Magazine Drive 35 Candy sale 25 Rallies 253,45 Prom Committee 35 Girls Track 15 Girls Lacrosse 23 Steering Committee 2,3,4. BURKENPAS, ERIC 934 Waverly St, To own my own business, Football 1,25 Lacrosse 1,2,3,4. BURROWS, IAMES BUTMAN, IUDY CAHILL, PAUL CALLAHAN, CAROL ANN 119 Pincushion Rd. To travel alot! - College. I.V, Soccer 15 Varsity Soccer 3,45 Varsity Track 1,2,3,45 Indoor Track 2,3,45 Magazine Drive 3. CANAL, SUSAN K. 9 Oran Rd, College Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Cheerleading 152. CAPIZZI, SALVATORE I. 2 Pavia Place Business Lawyer. Soccer 1,2, I.V. Capt. 3,45 Italian Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 35 Key Club 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Student Government 1,35 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 SMARC Party 3,45 Christmas Project 3,45 Intra- mural Sports 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Candy Sale Chariman 2, Chairman 35 Variety Show 45 Big Brother-Big Sister 35 HHK Club 2,3,45 Big "L" Club 45 Student 1,2,3, CAPUTO, LORI CARNEY, IAMES MICHAEL 22 Eden St. College, major in architecture. Baseball 1,2, Capt. 3,45 Gymnastics 1,25 Cross Country 3,45 Indoor Track 45 Steering Commit- tee 3,45 Ski Trip 1,2,3,4. CASAVANT, DAVID W. 12 Hickey Drive College Student Government 2, Secr. 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Lacrosse 1,I.V, 2, I.V. 3, Varsity 45 Indoor Track 2,35 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Ski Club 1,25 HHK Club 253, co-capt. 45 Olympia Club 45 Key Club 3,45 SMARC Party 3,45 Christmas Project 2,3,45 GURDS 354. CHAIT, PHILIP CHALMERS, IEFFREY A. 58 Curtis Rd. Football 1,2,3, Varsity 45 Wrestling 2, Varsity 35 Track 1, Varsity 2,3,45 Project Fair 1,2,3,4. CHASE CATHERINE CHASE, SUZANNE CHETTI, ANDREA I. 119 Bishop Drive College: Secretarial work. Magazine Drive 3. CLARK, BARBARA IOHN A. CLOPECK 39 Raymond St. Graduate from college and perhaps on to grad- uate school and then a profession. Student Government 1,2, Rec. Sec. 3, Pres. 45 National Honor Society 2,3, Treas. 45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 2, MVP 3, Co-capt., MVP 45 Indoor Track 3, Co-capt. 45 Outdoor Track 3, Co-capt 45 Hockey 1,25 La- crosse 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Framingham State College!State Historical Conference Hon- orable Mention 25 Christmas Project 3,45 S.M.A.R.C. Party 3,45 Cambodian Relief Project 35 Student Government Day 2, Chariman 3, Chariman 45 Presidential Classroom 45 Candy Sale 2,35 Magazine Drive 35 Super Teams l,2,3,4. COBURN, CAROLINE H. 29 Pond St, college Gymnastics 2,35 tri-capt. 45 Majorettes 1,2,35 Feature Tvvirler 45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Student Government 1,25 treas. 3, corr. sec. 45 Cheerleading 45 Hockey Cheering 25 Philomath underclass editor 45 Cafeteria Decorating Club 45 Senior play 45 S.M.A.R.C. 3,45 Gurcls 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,4. COHEN, AMYBETH F 35 Foxhill Rd. ski bum Student Government 3, sf-r, 4, Kr-I, tluli 2.5. sec. 45 Steering Committee 1.234 Loctflssfl I.V. 2, varsity 3, varsity 45 Sorter IV rapt. 2, Student Crier 35 S.M.A.R.C. Party 554, Chrisig mas Project 3,45 Prom Committee 3, Ski Cluli 2,3,45 Super Teams 2,35 Canrly Salt- 2,3 COHEN, ERIC D. 6 Sundial Pl. College-degree in engineering Soccer 1,2, varsity 3, varsity 45 Indoor Track 2,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,-1: Key Cluh 3,45 Ski Club 1,2,3, Pres. 45 S.M,A.R.C Party 3,45 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Ping Pong 1,2,3,45 Ski Trips I,2,3,4, COHEN, IEFEREY LEIGH 20 Cherry Oca Ln. who cares? Tennis 1,2,3,45 Band, lazy Band 1,2,3,45 Kev Club 2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1,35 Basketball Intermurals 3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club l,2,3,4, COLLINS, TIMOTHY CONNERY, WALTER H. IV 1295 Old Worcester Rd. Continue into college for physical education. Baseball 15 Gymnastics varsity 1, varsity 25 Wrestling varsity 3, varsity 45 Christmas Project 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,35 lntermural Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Super Teams 1,35 Candy Sale I,2. CON NOLLY, MARY CONSERVA, CRIAG D. 19 Nelson St. I S if 4 af N V I R 213 Part time NN. pimp POLO Club varsity 4: Slide Rcile Club I,2,3,45 Skt Diving Team 2.34: Lion Taming Club I,2,.3,45 Bud Team I,2.3, capt. 45 Montreal Fan Club I.2,3. capt. 45 Prison Capt. 4. CONTRINO, DEBORA ANN 44 Ex erit Ax e. success and happiness Music Club 2,345 Mixed Chorcis 3,45 Girls Clee 3.45 Fashion Shots I. COTTON, DAVID COVELL, MIKE CRONAN, TIM Ib Duffett Rd. College 4 criminal justice Football I,2, varsity 3, varsity 45 Lacrosse I, varsity 2, varsity 3, Capt. 45 Volleyball Inter- murals 3,45 Band 1,25 Super Teams I,25 Ski Club 4. CRDNIN, COLLEEN "HUFFY" I8 Oliver St. college - degree in accounting Field Hockey I,2, varsity 35 Tennis I5 Steering Committee l,2,3,45 Candy Sale 2, 35 S.M.A.R,C. Party 3,45 Blood Drive 3,45 Variety Shovv -I5 Magazine Drive 35 Christmas Project I 7 3 -I CULLEN, KATHLEEN M. IIS Salem End Rd. college - pre-med Field Hockey I5 varsity 2, varisty 3, varsity 45 Basketball I, I.V. capt. 2,45 Softball I, IV. 2, varsity 3, varsity 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 S.M.A.R.C, Party 3,45 Christmas Protect 2,3,45 Candy Sale 2,35 Magazine Drive 2,35 Super Teams 2,3. CULLEN, LISA CUNNINCHAM, IOAN F. I3 Day Hill Rd. college Steering Committee I,2,35 French Club I5 Pep Squad I,2,3,-15 Maiorette 3,45 Class President 2,35 Softball I,2,3,45 Swim Team Manager tl vveeki 45 Keg Club 2,3,45 Water Polo Team 2,3,45 Sailing Club 2,3,45 Sky Diving capt. 4. CURREN,MAR1ORIE CLISACK, MICHELLE MARIE I I VVillis Ave. Being able to travel and have a career as a legal executive sec retarv at the same time, IV. Iennis 1,25 Candy Sale 25 Magazine Drive 3. DEC. INA, ROBIN llc-MFRITT, IOSFPH Di-MARINI, ANN MARII IDI RVIN, It JI Ill VINI, IJAVIIJ IPIRAIJIJ, TNANK N R If! C onant Rcl colli-gc' tanclv Sale 33 Nl.Ij.1.I!llIK'l2fIVI' 3. Ill, I I I i my . ,lp 4 ,.,..4uv-vu -I DONAHUE, DONALD E. IR. 54 Freeman St. Professional Soccer player Basketball I5 Wrestling 3, varsity capt. 45 Soc- cer IV. I, varsity 2, varsity 3, varsity capt. 4, S.M,A.R.C. Party 3,45 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Kev Club 45 HHK Club 45 Steering Committee 3,4. DONES, IOHN 42 Freeman St. Football I,2,3, capl. 45 Baseball I,2,.3, capt. 45 Variety Show I5 lntermural Volleyball 3,4, DONES, If JSE A. IHOSEI 42 Freeman St. college - Northeastern - Business Adminis- IHIIIOIT Football I,2, varsity 3, varsity 45 Baseball I,25 Ski Club 45 Bermuda Trip 4. URON, IANICE l5ROl'lslN, CPRIACQ UUBIN, UAVIID I. 23 VVilliam l. Heights college 7- be rlc la fltappv Football I,25 Band I,25 lacrosse I,2,3,45 VVres- 1104-was . " ' tling 2,3,'f1 45 Track 2,35 Ski Club 45 Polo I. DUBROVV, LAURIE LYNN 59 Lanewoocl Ave. become a nurse practioner Intermural Basketball I5 Key Club 3. DLJGCAN, MAUREEN DVVYER, SLJZANNE TRACY 581 Concord St. To write for magazines like Vogue and Cos- mopolitan National Honor Society 2,3,45 Smarc Party 3,45 Intramciral Basketball I,2,3,45 l.V. Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 3,45 Softball 25 Steering Committee 2, 3,45 French Club I5 Color Guard .35 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Canclv Sale 2,35 Magazine Sale .35 Superteams 2. ECHVEVERRIA, FRANCISCO ECKELS, SHANNON 225 Maynarcl Road masters in eleinentarv education Drama Club I,2,35 German Club 2,35 Music Club 25 Pep Squad 25 Girls Cllee Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2. M EMERSON, xl,-XRGUERITE M. 12 Wilson Axe. To be Mrs, lackson Brow ne. junior Varsity Soccer 23 Candy Sale 2,33 Magazine Sale 3: Senior Plax 4: Smarc Party 3.-I. ESTY, REBECCA MERRIAM 775 Salem End Road To travel on a sailing crewf team around the world. Accomplish what I set out to do. Swim Team 1,2,3,4: Tennis Team 2,3,43 Musi- cal 2,3,43 Senior Play 43 National Honor Soci- ety 2,3,43 Smarc Party 43 Candy Sale 2,33 Magazine Sale 33 Music Club 13 Drama Club 13 Elbow Bending Club 1,2,3,4: Anti-Clique Club 1,2,3,4. FABRI, ORFEO EANTONI, PETER WQ 4 Otis Street Civil and Construction Engineering FARRAND, PAUL G. 17 William I. Heights I would like to do as much for the under- priyeledged and poor as I can. Basketball l,Z,3,'l'j Baseball 13 Soccer 2,3,43 In- tramurals 2,3,4: Smarc Party 43 Candy Sale 23 Magazine 3. FASKEN, KYM FASSOS, GAIL FASSOS, IO-ANN 12B Victor Road Business Candy Sale 2,33 Magazine Sale 3. FASSOS, TH EODORA FERRAGAMO. CARA MARIE 62 Lanewoocl Aye. College Drama Club 2,3,43 Senior Play Assistant Stage Manager3 Color Guard 3, Co-Capt. Rifles 43 Christmas Project l,.2,3,-lj Steering Committee 1,23 Field Hockey 13 Philomath 3, tacultv editor 43 National Honor Society 2,3,43 Candy Sale 2,33 Magazine Sale 33 Rally 3,4. EERRARA, DENISE 10 Stokler Lane To be successful at ey erything I attempt. Tennis Team 1,23 Latin Club 1,23 Kev Club 3,43 Steering Committee 3,43 Sandscript 3, Co- Editor 43 Yearbook 3, Editor of Business and Advertising 43 Christmas Project 3,43 Smarc Party 3,43 Senior Play 4. FERRINI, ARLENE FILIPE, ROBIN 50 Lanewood Ave, Art Therapist Smarc Party 3,43 Senior Play 43 Gymnastics 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Intramural Vol- leyball 3. FLANDERS, PATRICIA ANN Box 190 Cushing Hospital Veternarian Spring Track 1,2,3,43 Sttering Committee lj ln- cloor Track 2,3,43 Soccer 2, 3,43 Color Guard 43 German Club 2,3,43 Smarc Party 43 Drama Club 1,43 Senior Play 43 Magazine Sale 2.3: Christmas Project 3,4 FLINTER, IOHN IOSEPH CHRISTOPHER 11 Maple Lane Business Football 1,2,3, Captain 43 Hockey lj Lacrosse 1 '3 C1pt1in4 Ski Tri '4 iils ,.., , . . 3 ii 2, 3 Intramcrc l,2,3,-lj Volleyball 3,-4. FOGARTY, LAUREN FORD, HILIARY A. 260 Grant Street Computer Technician lunior Varsity Tennis 13 Music Club lj Philomath 43 Smarc Party 43 Candy Sale 2,33 Ping Pong Team 3. FQRMAN, MICHAEL S, 2 Ford Lane Off to college and then the first open door. Drama Club 1,2, treasurer 3,43 Audio Visual 1,2,3,43 Lighting 1,2, director 3,43 Construction Crew l,2,3,43 Private Mechanic for Faculty 1,2,3,43 Variety Show 2,3,43 Musical 2,3,43 plays 1,2,3,4, FOUGERE, MARYBETH 12 Willowbrook Drixe To own a brand new car, that runs. Field Hockey 1,2,3, captain 4: Softball l,l,3,-lj Basketball 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,23 Homeroom representative 1,23 Class Secretary 33 Class Vice President 43 Candy Sale 2,33 Christmas Project 2,3,43 Variety Show 43 Smarc Party 2,33 Magazine Sale 33 Brew Crew l,l,Sl,-lj Yap Shutting 3,43 Ski Trip 3,4. FOX, ANN SUSAN 90 Maple Street Band 1,2,3,4: Orchestra l,2,3,43 Music Club 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 2,33 Musical 3,43 Music Festix al 1,2,3,43 Magazine Sale 3. FREEH, CHERYL FRIEDMAN, ADAM 19 Ledgewood Rd, Law Basketball 1,23 Tennis captain 2,3,43 Track I3 Latin Club 2,3,43 Isey Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Club, FRITZ, DAVID GALLANT, SCOTT GANNON, COLLEEN 225 Fountain Street college Majorettes 2,3,43 Candy Sale 2,33 Magazine Sale 33 Eeild Hockey lj Steering Committee 1,2,33 Homeroom representative 33 Christmas Project 3. GARRON, DONALD Football captain 1,2,3,43 Track l,2,3, captain 43 Gymnastics 13 Shows 2,-13 Superteams 1,3. GARRY, KATHY 7 Arsenal Road To be a private secretary for a rich, sexy boss. Cheerleading Manger 3,43 Smarc Party 43 Candy Sale 23 Magazine Sale 3. GATES, LAURA GAUTHIER, ROBYN 22 Palmer Road Continue into college- tor Radiologic Ter 'enol- ogy Track lj Cheerleading 1,233 fajilfalli 4, Rall-. 1,2,3,-41 Steering C,onimitt-i- 1.2.3,-1, Super- teams 33 Yes Program 2,4, tai Ilerorating Committee 4. GELLER, DAVID A. 20 Blackberry Lane College, Civil engineering Football teani IV. 1,23 Lacrosse learn 1, Golf team 3,43 Philomath contributor 43 Student Crier contributor 43 Ski Club 1.2, 3,4 GENTILL, DONALD I, 2 Pincushion Road professional golfer Golf lj M,V.P. 2, All conference 3. Captain 4 GEOGHEGAN, LARRY GETSON, HOWARD M. S8 loclie Road Be a lawyer Football 1, Varsity 2,3,43 Indoor Track l,3,-lj Outdoor track 2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 1,23 Special Olympics Volunteer 1,2.3,-13 Mock U.N. participant 4. GIAMARCO, TERESE 233 Maynard Road Tap dance on "Community Auditions" Drama Club 1, Secretary 2, V. President 3, Pres- ident 43 Music Club 2,3,43 Speech Club 33 Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Accapella 2,3,43 Girls Glee 2,3,43 Macligrat 43 Fall productions 23,45 musicals 2,3,43 Variety shows 2,3, Director 43 Senior play 43 Huggins Club 43 Smarc Party 4. GILBEY, ANDREA IOAN 9 Bellwood Way Become rich and famous Drama Club 3,43 Music Club 2,3,43 Senior Plax 43 Work on school Shows 3.4. GITELL, SUSAN GOLDBERG, LISA ROBIN 38 Wilson Dr, College Drama Club 33 Candy Sale lj Tennis 43 Sandscript 4. GOLDBERG, WILLIAM 269 Singletarv Lane College Basketball 1,2, Manager 3.43 lsex Club 43 Ping-Pong 2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 1,-lj In- tramural Volleyball 3,-I. GOLDMAN, STEVEN IAN 8 Pleasantview' Terrace Musician GOLDRICR CHERNL A. 32 Eden Road Be a ser retary to a rich tycoon and lix e on an island. Cheerleading 2,3,43 Cafeteria decorating club 43 Smarc Party 43 Tennis 1,23 Ski Trip .33 Senior play 43 Steering Committe 2, 3,-1, Spanish Club j 1 GOLGATA, MAUREEN GOOCH, CARL R. 29 Knight Rd. Working for a year, then college Baseball I. GOODMAN, MICHAEL D, 38 Grxzboska Circle Soccer, 1,25 Football 45 lncloortrack 2,35 Cap- tain 45 Outdoortrack 1,2,3, captain 45 Intramu- ral Basketball 1,2,35 Superteams 1,25 G A G Sound 3.4. GOODWI N, DEBORAH GORDON, PAUL A. tv13 Salem End Road XX orld famous cartoonist Cross Countrx 2.3, captain 45 Outdoor track captain 1,25 Indoor track 2,35 Basketball 15 Soccer 15 Student Crier 1, sports editor 2, assist, editor 3, editor in chief 45 Philomath feature cartoonist 2,3,45 Sandscript 45 Smarc Party 3,45 School plax posters 3,45 "Super Flyer" T-shirt 25 Boston Globe H.S. Focus Team 45 A.R.T.S. Scholarship program 45 Steering Committee l,2,3,4. GOWEN, MARY 215 Bishop Drive Artist GRAVALLESE, CHERYL GRAY, KEITH MICHAEL 25 Wayside Inn Road Boston University, Business Administratain and Accounting Track 45 Football 153,45 Superteams 35 lndusrial Arts Show 3,45 Ski Club 2, GREENBERG, PAUL 21 Redcoat Road G-Man Student Crier 1,2,3,4, Sports Editor 3, News Edi- tor 45 Key Club 3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Tennis 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Homeroom Rep. 2,35 Senior Play 4. GRENIER, IULIE GRIGGS, RUSSELL GUIRGUIS, MAGED 33 Dinsmore Ave. Apt. 412 Mechanical Engineer Som cer, -1. HAASE, KARL R. 31 Rose Lane College Soc i er 1,2, 3,-1, Captain 35 Band 2,35 Big L Club Presiclent 45 Key Club 2,3,45 Christmas Project 2,55 Smart Party 45 Candy Sale 2,3. HADDAD, CHRIS HAI L, PANIELA LYNN ll Briarxxoori Roarl liquor Connoisseur smart Party 3,45 tliristmas Project 3,45 Inter- mural fiyiiinastits 2,3, Candy Sale 2,35 Nlilijtlflllt' Sale 3, Variety Show 45 lntermural lrar k 2, Prom t ornniitlee 3. IIAIIIIDAY CIIRISICJPIILR IIASS.-XRIJ, IJIQSIIN X151 HAWKES, LAUREN E. 28 Bishop Drive College, Editor of a Magazine Steering Committee 1,25 Student Crier Assistant Editor 45 Reporter for the "Crier" 3,45 Senior Play 45 Musical 1,2,35 Drama Club 1,2,35 Span- ish Club 1,25 Smarc Party 4. HAY, WILLIAM HENNING, IANE HERIN, LANI HILDRETH, IOSEPH HILLMAN, ANDREA 4 Sax Road Boston University, Broadcasting Secretary's Aide 2,45 Track 25 l.V. Cheerleader 15 Candy Sale 35 Magazine Drive 35 Hugging Club 45 Super Teams 25 Sandscript 45 Commu- nity Effort 4. HINTON, TRAVIS L. 5B Carson Road Football 1,2,3, Captain 45 Lacrosse Captain 1,2,3 Captain 45 Play 45 Variety Show 1,45 In- door Track 45 Steering Committee 35 Christmas Project 45 SMARC Party 4. HOBIN, MIKE HQECKER, ELIZABETH l. 5 Clearview Drive College - Special ed or social work l.V. Softball 1,25 Girls Hockey 1,2,35 Drama Club 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Keg Club - Vice President 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 2,35 Horseback Riding Club 3,45 Sailing Committee 2,3,45 Skydiving Club 3,45 Swim Team 1,25 Snow Club 3,4, HOEY, LARRY HOLT, STEPHEN R. S9 Beaver Street Goto college for business administration Varsity Soccer 2,3 Captain 45 Magazine Drive 3. HOWARD, DIANNE HUTCHINSON, ALAN l. 36 Day Hill Road College tBroaclcasting1 Hockey 1,2 Captain l.V. 3,45 Baseball 2 Cap- tain l.V. 3,45 Football 45 Variety Show 45 SMARC Party 45 Super Teams 1,2,35 Intramural Basketball 35 Candy Sale 25 Ski Club 45 Pocadottecl Panties Club Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4. HYMAN, RONALD IOANNOU, MICHAEL IIB Victory Street Graduate from college, Management Football 1,25 Wrestling 3,4. IRONFIELD, KIM 22 Aberdeen Road Head Coach of the Purdue Boilermakers F,S,H.S. Eagle 45 Mountain Climbing Club 1,2,3,45 Lion Taming Club 1,2,3,45 Road Trip Committee 3,4, IRONFIELD, MARK B. 27 Aberdeen Road College - U Mass - Brain Surgeon Football 1,2, Varsity 3, Varsity 45 Polo Team 1,2,3 Co-Captain 45 Baseball 1,25 Slide Rule Club 1,2,3,45 Hopscotch Club 1,2,3,45 Chess Club 1,2,3,45 Volleyball Club 1,2,3,45 Skydiv- ing Club 1,2,3, Captain 45 Debating Team 1,2,3,45 Lion Taming Club 1,2,3 Captain 45 Bud Team Captain 152,3,4. IRWIN, IOHN 50 lodie Road Colle e Presigent, Senior class 45 junior Prom Commit- tee - Chairman5 Student Government 35 La- crosse 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 SMARC Party 3, Co-chairman 45 Student Crier 1,2,3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,45 Presidential Class- room 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Govern- ment Day 3,45 Cross-country 25 Philosophy and Objectives Committee 2. ISEN, JULIE ANNE 19 Briarwood Road To become a doctor and marry Bruce Springsteen Yearbook 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Home Room Representative 1,2,3,45 SMARC Party 253,45 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Variety Show 45 Ski trips 2,3,45 Track 1,25 Prom Committee 35 Magazine Sale 35 Candy Sale 25 B-Crew 2,3,4. IACOBS, CINDY B. 6 Clearview Dr. To win the Boston Marathon. National Honor Society 2,35 Vice President 45 Cross Country 2,3,45 Indoor Track 1,2,35 Girls' Co-Captain 45 Outdoor Track 1,2,35 Co- Captain 45 NSF - Summer '795 Latin Club Treasurer 35 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Magazine Drive Co-Chairman 35 SMARC Party 45 Super Teams 1,2,3, IOACHIM, IUDITH M. 15 Blackberry Lane LV. Cheerleading 1,25 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 A Capella 3,45 Spring Musical 2,45 Senior Play 4. IOINER, IANET GAPLE 16 Evergreen St. To go into graphic design or computer science. Field Hockey 1,2,35 Tri-captain 45 Indoor Track 2,35 Outdoor Track 1,2,3,45 Christmas Project 3,45 SMARC Party 3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Philomath 45 Colorguard 45 Super Teams 1,35 Candy Sale 2,35 Senior Play 45 Vari- ety Show 2,4. KAHN, SUSAN MELISSA 29 Woodmere Rd. College Sandscript 15 Co-Editor 2,3,45 Philomath 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Key Club 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Music Club 3,45 Girls Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 A Cappella 2,3,4, KEEFE, CHRISTINE M. 211 Walnut St. Professional Leprachaun Field Hockey 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Softball 1,2,3,45 Steering Committee 1,2,3,45 Secretary 45 Candy Sale 25 Magazine 35 SMARC 3,45 Super Teams 1,2,35 Cheerleading 2,3. J xinw X X I l ,l I jf -fl KELLEY, MAURA ANN I Maynard Road college - science Student Government I,3,3, Chairperson of Election Committee -1: Steering Committee I,2,3,4, National Honor Society 2,3,-Ig Spanish Club I,2,3,4g Latin Club Freshman Representa- tive I, Treasurer 3, Secretary 3, President 4, Philomath 4, Philosophies and Objectives Committee 3,4, Smarc Party 3, Chairperson -Ig Harvard Boolc Award 3j DAR Award 35 Na- tional Merit Scholarship Letter ot' Commenda- tion 3g VVho's Who Student 3. KENNEY, SHARON E. 27 Berl-cely Rd. Major in Business, goto grad school Music Club 3,3,-1, Pres -1, Sec. 3, Varsity Bas- ketball 2,3,-lg SMARC Party 3,-1. KIM, HYO KING, MICHAEL KIZIK, LAURIE E. 37 Briarwood Rd. College, major in Computer science. Basketball I,3,3,-I, Softball IV. captain I,3,3,-1, SMARC party 3,3,-lg XMas Project Z,3,4, Candy s... f , fi , '1-1 .W , Q- , .46 , I ffl :Xiu 1, A S- I IQ., A W sfawfff, A Sale 33 KLEINMAN, LAURIE BETH II Old Wood Road College, a lifetime of ahppiness Music Club 3,3,-1, Band I,3,3, Band Council 4, Orchestra I,3,3,-If Spanish Club I, lazz band 3,-I, XMas Party I,3,3,-lp Philomath 45 Music Editor. KOOS, BARBARA L. oo Chec Iserberry Lane College Steering Committee I,-1, Varsity Baseball Man- ager 3,3,-1, XMas Party I,3,3,-lg Cleanup Com- mittee -lg Lion Taming Team I,3,3,-I, KOTSIEAKIS, TINA 8a Iterfaith Terr. To be A Psychologist LAMBERT, PATTY ANN I I9 Second Street Secretary LEACH, TODD H. 36 Sunnit Street Marine Corps - Aviation Cross-Country 3, lncloor Traclc 3,3,4g Lacrosse Ig Polo Team l,3,3,43 Domino Tumbling Team I,3,3,-Ig Marathon 3,43 Slide Rule Club I,3, 3,-1, I I LEARY, MICHAEL LEBO, KARIN 43 Lc-dgewoocl Road business ot sec retarlal school Baslcetball Intramurals I,3g Candy Sale 3, Magazine sale 3, Volleyball Intramurals S, SMARC Party -I, Girls filee Club I,3,I5 Nlixi-rl Chorus 3,33 A Capella 5. LEUIJY, PATRIC. lA BERNAIJETTE SIOBIIAN II Hiclcory Hill Lane College, Graduate School Swimming I,3,3,-I, European Slci Club -I, High School All-American Swimrner 3, 3,-13 Bax State All-Star Swimming I,3,3,-lg Magazine Drive 3, I.C Club -lg Student Government Day 3,-1. LELIEVRE, KATIE LEMAY, PETER LESSER, MARIORIE E. 53B Second Street College Student Government I, Philomath -lg Senior Play 4, Candy Sale 3,3g Magazine Drne 5: Christmas Project 4. LEVINE, IUANNE 683 Pleasant Street To be a beach Bum Field-Hoclcey I,3,3,-I, Baslcetball Captain I.3, Softball I,3,3,4, Elbow Bending Club I,3,3,-15 SMARC Party -lg Christmas Party 2,3,41 Candy Sale l,3, 3, Magazine Drive 3, Baslsetball Man- ager Girls 4, Intermural Basketball I,3,3. LEVY, ELIZABETH 4434 Grove Street College LEVITT, STEVEN I. I5 Vaillencourt Dr. junior Varsity Tennis Ig Varsity Tennis 3,3,-I: Baslcetball I,3g Steering Committee I,3,3,-If Smarc Party 3,45 Christmas Project 3,45 Senior Play 4, Olympic Clue 4, HHK Clue -15 Slci Trip 3,4 LEVY, BETH 494 Grove Street college Field Hockey Ig Steering Committee 3: Latin Club I,3,3, Drama Club I,3,3g XMas Project 3,3,-lg Philomath 3: Copy Editor -1: NHS 3,3,-1, Candy Sale 3,35 Magazine Sale 3, Senior Play 4. LEVY, LAURA II Vaillencourt Drn e To go to College and go into Trax el and tourism Magazine Drixe 3g Christmas Project I,3,3t Hugging Club -1. LEXNIS, HAROLD M. ISU Columbia Road Dorchester Mass Teacher, Accountant Basketball 3,3, Captain 45 Traclc 3.3,4g .NlLIsIc Club -lg lr. Red Cross 4, Christmas Project -I: SMARC Party -13 Candy Sale 35 Magazine Drn e 3, Variety Show -lg Football 3. LOVVERN, ROBERT IAMES Itl Waushalcum Blxcl. To live a long and happy and bax e a lot ot JIU Friends alxxaxs. Hockex 1.27 Hand Ball 1727 Intermurals 172,37 Senior Play 47 Ntagazine Sale 37 Candy Sale 27 Christmas Project 3747 Sper Teams 273747 Coke Club 1727 3, President 47 Variety Show-17 Elboxx Bending Club 172737 Vice President 4. LUN D7 SL.'E ELLEN LX NCH7 DIANE MARIE 21 Edgewater Dr. Stuclc-nt Gox 't 2: SMARC 3,47 Christmas Project 17273747 Senior Play 47 Variety Show 47 Candy Sale 2737 Magazine Driye 37 B-Crew 17273747 Sxxim Team Manager 37 Steering Committee 172737 Student Gox't Dax Rep. 2737 Super Teams gl Blood Drix e 273. NI.-XNION7 DAVID NV. 1' Traxis Drix e To retire at 357 a millionaire Basketball 1,27 Outdoor Track 17 Intermurals, 173,47 Christmas Project 273747 National Honor Society 273747 Candy Sale 3,47 Magazine Drive 3. M,-XNN7 TERRESITA MANSUR, LISA A. B46 Grote Street college and then international relationsfforiegn serxice with a major in French Indoor track 2737 Capt. 47 Outdoor track 172,37 Capt, 47 Color Guard 37 Captfflags 4j seven high school varsity track records 273747 Steering committee 17273747 Ski Club 3,47 Christmas Project 17273747 Spring Music Festival 17 Candy Sale 3747 Sxxim Team 1,2737 Philomath 47 Se- nior Play 47 Europe 80 37 Rallies 3747 Ski Trip 27374. MARCOTTE, PAULA lb Kittredge Road To be tall. CX11111dSllLSI, SMARC 3,47 Pom-Poms 1727 Var- sity Cheerleading 3,47 Cafe Decorating Club 47 Ski Trip 3747 Varsity Hockey Cheerleading 27 Ditch Club 172737 Co-Capt. 47 Yap Shutting 47 Holiday Inn 3200 4. .NIARDER7 GARY 11 Angelica Driye Being the best at whatever I try to do. Hockey 17273747 Band 17273747 Music Club 17273747 Spanish Club 47 Latin Club 47 SMARC Party 47 Candy Sale 37 Magazine Sale 3. M.-XRONE7 EZIA 2b Hitton Street college, xyork Italian Club 271. MARTINELLI, LISA M. 42 Burdette Aye. Io marry I.R. Ewing and be wealthy. IV Sottball 1727 AV. 17273747 Drama Club '14 ltili in Club 134' Migizine Sile 37 -,,,cc . ..,iil1 -if Candy Sale 2 NIARIINCJ, FRANK P. 33 Olin-r Strcic-t liil1t7l.ittttiLls7 Football 17271747 Track 1747 Pitch Club 3,f.1jJl. 4 'yl-XSII JNIS7 1 IIFRYI MASSEY7 GARY A. 327 Singletary Lane The world of scholarship and higher education. Drama Club 17273747 National Honor Society 3747 Sandscript 3,47 Speech Club 37 Music Club 273747 A Capella 2,37 Madrigal 47 High School in Israel 37 Mixed Chorus 2. MAY, PAMELA MCCARTHY, BRUCE lV1CCLURE, IANE ELIZABETH 113 Stony Brook Road Nursing school and to become friends with Bonny. Class Council 2737 Glee Club 37 Prom Commit- tee Fund Raiser 37 Homeroom Rep. to Student Gov't 17 Christmas Project 2,37 Track 27 FHA sec. 17 Ushers Guild 27 Ring Chairman 27 Sophmore Movie Chairman 27 Advisor to Prin- cipal Committee 27 Student Council 3. MCCONARTY, KATE 138 Pleasant Street Varsity Swimming ,I,Z,3j Captain 47 Boston Clube All-Star 273,47 Brew Crew 1,2737 Co- Captain 47 Christmas Project 273,47 Senior Play 47 Magazine Sale 37 Candy Sale 37 Ski Trip 2,3747 SMARC Parties 374. MORRIS, SHARON LEE 37 Ledgewood Road to be a biomedial engineer Soccer 172 tj.V. captainl 3,47 National Honor Society 2,3747 Christmas Project 17273747 Candy SaIe7 Magazine Drive 37 Spanish Club 27 Drama Club 1. MORRISON, MICHELLE A. 1 Bancroft Circle To be a business major and become the world's greatest partier Elbow Bending Club 17273747 anti-clique club 17273747 Soccer lj Gymnastics 1,2,3,4i Wres- tling Manager iI,2,3,4j Color Guard 2,37 Magazine Drive 37 Candy Sale 37 Prom Com- mittee 3j SMARC Party 3747 Steering Committee l,27374. MORRISEY, SCOTT MOSCATELLI, KAREN MULHERIN7 MARIA 211 Grant Street to head the search party for lim Morrison's body Softball 17 Steering Commitee 173,47 Secretary lj Senior Play 47 Candy Sale 27 Variety Show 4j SMARC Party 37 Prom Committee 3. MURPHY, LINDA NASTA7 KURT A. NEVVMAN, CARLA NG7 HON MAN NICHOLSON, CAROLYN NICKERSON7 MICHELE NOLET7 KEVIN NOONNAN, MIKE OAKES, IANE MARGARET 3 Foothill Rd. To go to college as an art major and to become a commercial artist. French Club 17273747 Student Crier 1,21 "RAP" Radio Program 273,47 Project Depth 37 Chess Club 27 Audio-Visual 2. O'BRlEN, BUFFY 140 Oakes Road to be remembered Basketball 172,37 Softball 1,27 Field Hockey 172,37 Acapella 17273747 Girls Glee Club 17273747 Mixed Chorus 17273747 Madrugal 47 Senior Play 47 Senior Play 47 Senior Steering Committee 47 Variety Show 47 Arm Curls 374. OFFENBERG, AMY R. 2 Duggan Drive to go out with each of the Celtics on a date and to go to college. Steering Committee 17273747 Basketball 1,2737 Track 27 Prom Committee 37 SMARC party 3,47 Christmas Project 2,3,4Q Philomath 3 Senior Section editor 4. Candy Sale 2737 Variety Show 47 Magazine Drive 37 The Ditch Club 2,3747 O'GRADY, ELIZABETH I. 348 Belknap Road to go to college and study political science Basketball 17 Superteams 1,2737 Swim Team 17273747 Varsity Lacrosse .I,2,3,4: Student Gov- ernment Day Rep. 3,47 Magazine Drive 37 Candy Sale 27 European Ski Club 4. OOSTERMAN, IAYNE D. 32 Winter Park Road to go to college - law school Music Club 17273747 Musicals 2,3747 Band 17273747 Orchestra 17273747 Spring Music Festi- val 1 Producer 2,3747 Candy Sale 2. O'ROURKE, OWEN Varies from hotel to hotel to be president of the United States of America. Class president 17273747 Slide Rule Club Presi- dent 1,2747 Prison and parole 17273747 Ant Col- lecting Club 17273747 Cock Roche Racing Team 17273747 Baseball 17273747 Hockey 'I,2,3,4j Polo Club First line, rightwing .I,2,3,4: Demolition Expert 1,2,3,4j PaPaYa Tree Climbing Team 172,374 ORTIZ7 EDDIE OTENTI7 CYNTHIA I. PALMER, BRIAN I. 15 Hickory Hill Lane Harvard M.B.A. or Nun Cross-Country 2,3,4j Indoor Track 2,3747 Out- door Track 2,3747 Cerman Club 47 SMARC Party 47 Student Crier 47 Candy Sale 27 Magazine 3. PANTALONE, CHRISTOPHER R. 44 Berry Street to succeed in life and to forfill my goals: to marry atomic annie in CPR. Magazine Drive 37 Candy Sale 3. PARKER, PETER G. PEDULLA, CAROL A. 54 Knight Road to be a nun Pom Pom 1727 Varsity Cheerleader 3,47 NHS 2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 Softball Manager 1,33 Cafeteria Decorating Committee 4: Ski Club 2,33 Hockey Cheerleader 23 Steering Commit- tee 1,2. PELLIGRINI, IOHN PELLECRINI, SUSAN A. 15 Bordette Ay e. to go to secretarial school and have a great life. Field Hockey 13 Pom Pom Squad 2,3, Captain 43 Candy Sale 2,33 Italian Club 1,2. PETERSON, IOHN A. 468 Belknap Road to single handedly stamp out virginity in our time or become a chocolate bunny. Basketball 1,2,3,43 Basketball Intramurals 2, captain 3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 NHS 2,3,43 Cler- man Club 1,23 Christmas Project 3,43 Famine Relief Fund Raiser 3,43 Superteams 33 Anti- Clique Clique 1,2,3,43 Laurie LeStrange 1, PHELAN, MICHAEL PICNONE, RALPH C. IR. 224 Walnut Street Salem Sldlef Business Hockey 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Volleyball 2,3343 Rod and Gun Club "Class 22" 33 Ski Trip 43 Road Trip 3,43 Ralley 4. PIRROTTA, JOSEPH PISO, FRANK 128 Fay Road College - Computer Technology Hockey 1,2,3,43 Larcrosse 1,2,3,43 Lion Tam- ing Club 1,2,3,43 Slide Rule Club 1,2,3,43 De- bating Club 1,2,3,43 Ski Diving Club I,2,3,43 Hopscotch Club 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,4. PORCELLO, ELLIE 93 Arthur Street to be over 5 feet tall Music Club 3,43 Spanish Club 43 A Capella 43 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Ciirls Cilee Club 3,43 Anti- Clique Clique 3,43 Senior Class Play 43 Drama Productions 43 Variety Shovv 4. POTENZA, KAREN 47 Curtis Road To attend college and become a surgical nurse. Field hockey 1,2,3,43 Softball 132,33 Basketball 13 Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Prom Commitee 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 13 Senior Play 43 Christmas Project 2,3,43 SMARC Party 2,33 NHS 2,3,4. PRUYN, THERESA 22 Larnead Street to be well off with money Softball 23 Music Club 2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 A Capella 13 Mixed Chorus 4. QUIRK, THOMAS IOSEPH 3 Blackberry Lane to get out of high school Lacrosse 1,2,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Track 33 HHK Club I,2,3,4Q A Capella, Mixed Chorus, Boys Clee 43 SMARC Party 3,43 Christmas Project I,2,3,4j Variety Show 43 Senior Play. RACE, LEE RACE, WILLIAM E. RADI IZ, MIKE RADOVSKY, IOSEPH RAMOS, DOROTHY RAVREBY, SANDRA 56 Knight Road Ext, Art Advertiser, Psycologist and a millionaire. Key Club ltreasurerl 2,3,43 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Candy Sales 1,2,3,43 Philomath 43 Tennis Team 23 Christmas Project 1,2,3,43 Sandscript 3,-I. RESNIC, SUKI 28 Knight Road Punk Rock Singer and Mind Swimming 13 Softball 1,23 SMARC 3,43 Ski Trip 3,43 IV Cheerleading 3,43 Cafeteria Decorating Club 43 Yap Shutting Club 43 Holiday Inn Club Captain 4. RIVERS, CAROL S. 138 Arthur Street To go to college tBently of Bryantl and study accounting French Club 13 Music Club 2,3,43 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Steering Committee 43 SMARC Party 43 Fashion Show 13 Magazine Drive 33 Music Festival 3,4. ROBINSON, GLORIA A. ROIAS, RENE M. ROSA, OSCAR C. ROSENBLATT, LISA Io Wildwood Terrace to be in the Olympics Yearbook ISports Editorl 43 Key Club Treasurer 3,43 Ski Club 1,2,3,43 Steering Committee 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,23 Track 3,43 Swimming Captain 1,2,3,43 Softball 1,2,3,43 SMARC Party 3,43 B Creyy I,2,5,4, Canrly Sale 23, Narsit, Yap Shutting 4 ROSENSTEIN, RUTH D 11 Pleasantyietx Terr College f nursing Candy Sale 2,53 Christmas I-'rojert 1, Drarria Club 1,3,43 Key Club 3,-1, Senior Play 4, Steer- ing Committee 23,43 Ntagaxine Dri.e 5 ROSSINI, IUDITH A, 253 Beaver Street C ollege - rlegree in merlic al ter hnologi. Ski Club 23,43 Italian Club I,2,5,4, Stf-i-ring Committee 1,2,3,4, Key Club 5,-1, SMARC. party 43 Christmas Project 5,43 Porn P11VI1s 1,2,3, captain 43 Candy Sale 23 Magazine Drive 3. ROSSMAN, SHELLEY ROTHSTEIN, DAVID RULLIE, ROBERT SAPMSON, DOUG 932 Waverly Street to be extremely wealthy before I turn 411 Baseball 13 Football 1, SANCHEZ, CAROL 1323 Worcester Road if H-8 Ambassador to all of Sourth America tor LYSA, Steering Committee 1,2,3,43 Prom Committee 33 Volleyball 1,23 Key Club 1,23 SMARC party 33 Christmas Project 2,33 Candy Sale 2,33 Magazine Driye 33 Tardy-for-Homeroom Club 2,33 Secretary 43 Miller Club 2,33 Heffenreffer Assoc. 4 . . SANTIACIO, ROMANITA SAPIENZA, ROBERT 221 -1 Robert Road College lluslttctss tycoon, millionaire Soccer 25 Football I: Trac k 15 Snoxxball Throu- ing Team 1,2345 Class Sleeping Club 1,2, 3,-15 Ntalicios Damage to Property Club Captain 45 Class Disrupting Club1,2,3,-1. SAPUNARO PALL l. SCHXN-XRTZ RLISS 2 Rolling Drix e IX Tennis 11X arsitx Tennis 2, 3,-lg Band l,2,3,-lg lazf Band 12.3,-11 Orchestra 1,2,3,-l, Ntusical 2,3,-1: Hoc kex 15 Yarietx Shoxx 3,-I, A Capella, Ntixed L liorus. Boys Cilee 2.3.41 SMARC Partx 3-1:Olxmpic Club -lx HHls Club -I. SEARI-XC. CNNTHIA SEELEN LISA 34 lsnigbt Road Dental Hxgienst Xarsitx Cheerleading 3: Drama Club 1,25 Ski Club 3,-1. SELIC, RACHEL 1. -13 Blackberry Lane College, Trax el Colorgaurd 2,3, captain -lg Drama Club 1,2,3,-lg Candx Sale 33 NHS 2,3, Corresponding Sec re- tarxg Sandscript l,2,35 Anti-Clique Clique 3, Secretarx 45 Senior Play 45 Backstage "Rat Pats roI" Crevx 1,2,3,-1: Polo Team co-captain 2: Magazine Drive 3. SENC-XS, PETER SHAFFER, M.-XRk IOSEPH T3 Russel ROJCI fl .. Medicine Student Cox ernment 1, Cori. Sec retarx 2: Vice President 3,45 Latin Club I,2,3, Treasurer 45 Varsitx Hockex Manager 1, Statician 2,3.-11 Ping-Pong Club 1,2,3, Captain, Philomath 45 lunior Red-Cross 3,45 Christmas Project 3,-1. SHARAF, STEVE 211 Clearxiexx Drive College Tennis l,2,3,45 Soccer 35 HHls Club 1,2,3,4g Olympia Club l,2,3,-15 Ski Club t,2,3,-I5 Ping pong Club l,2,3,-lg lies Club 1,2,3,-1: Steering Committee l,2,3,-15 Sports Editor 45 Ski Trips JMS,-lj Senior Play 45 Christmas Project 3. SHERIDAN, WILLIAM SHEVRIN, CINDY S. IU Merriam Road To live my lite to its fullest Philomath 3, editor: Clubs and activities 45 Candy Sale 2,35 Magazine Sale 35 Christmas Project 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Speech Club 15 Drama Club 1,2,35 Spanish Club 2,3,-15 Latin Club 1,2.35 SMARC Party 35 Steering Committee 2,3. SILVA, ALEXANDRIA ISABEL SILVER, IAMES to Hickey Drive To grovv a beard HHK Club l,2,3,-15 NHS 2,3, President 45 Olympia Club 1,2,3, Co-Captain 45 Lacrosse t',2,3,-15 Basketball t,2,3: Oxfam Project 3,45 SMARC Party 3,45 Crier l,2,3,45 Steering Committee l,2,3,45 Presidential Classroom 4. SILVERBERCJ, IEFF S I v I Ji, -4 10 Birchmeadovv Circle to be rich Key Club 3, President 45 Soccer t,Z,35 Lacrosse 2,3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Student Adivsary Council Representative 45 SMARC Party 3,45 Christmas Project 2,3,45 Track 25 Basketball 1. SLATTERY, DANIEL SLINEY, DONNA MARIE 155 Maple Street college Steering Committee Vice President t,2, Trea- surer 3,45 Ski Trip 2,35 Field Hockey 1,25 Ten- nis 1,25 Color Caurd 3, co-captain 45 SMARC party 3,45 Senior Play 45 Ski Club l,2,3,45 Prom Committee 3: Christmas Project 2,3,45 Phliomath 25 Music Club Editor 45 Candy Sales 2,35 Egg Club 1,2,3, Captain 4. SMITH, IEAN 29 Normandy Road college Volleyball 45 Softball 1,2,3,45 Field Hockey 15 Yearbook Pictures 4. SMITH, IEFF 9 Dennison Avenue to be extremely wealthy Football 1,25 Lacrosse 1,25 Golf 3,4. SMITH, PAUL E. -1 Avon Street Photography, business, New England institute of Photography Philomath 45 Drama Club 45 Music Club 45 Candy Sale 2,35 Magazine Drive 3. SNOW, NANCY Wayside Inn Road to teach horseback riding SNYDER, LIZ 27 Travis Drive college, human service Track l,2,3,45 Field Hockey 15 Basketball 15 Ski Club t5 Steering Committee t,Z,45 Super teams l,2. SOLARI, LISA ANNA 669 Waverly Street to be happy Basketball 15 Tennis 15 Drama Club 15 Italian Club 2,35 NHS .Z,3,45 Christmas Project 3,4. SOMA, ANDY 28 Checkerberrv Lane to obtain a masters degree in Philosophy Lacrosse 1,2,3,4g Hockey 15 Water Polo 1,2,3,-1. SOUHLARIS, CEURCIIANNE lb Merriam Road go to nursing school g become an R.N. Gymnastics l,2,35 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Music Club 1,2,3,-15 Magazine Drive 35 Candy Sale 2,35 SMARC Party 3,-I5 Blood Drive 3,45 Cheer- leading 1,25 Steering Committee l,2,3,45 Senior Play Make-up l,2,3,-15 Senior Variety Show 4. SPEZZANC J, CHRISSY M, STANCJER, ADAM 20 Duggan Drive to be the vxorId's greatest enfant terrible Drama Productions 3,45 Student Crier 3,45 Sandsrript 45 Cross-Country 35 A Capella 45 I Mixed Chorus 4. STANLEY, EDXVARD ST. LAURENT, DENNIS STONE, MARILEE PEARL 282 Concord Street tray el school to become a tour guide. Music Club 2,3, A Capella 2,3, Girls Glee 2,3, Mixed Chorus 2,3, Sandscript 4. SULLIVAN, MONICA PATRICIA 3 Gates Street to be a lawyer Tennis 1,2,3, Captain 45 Volleyball 2,3, cap- tain, 4, Swimming Varsity I: Christmas Project 1,2,3,4, SMARC Party 3,4, Steering Committee 1,2, Philomath Staff 3,45 Candy Sale 2,31 Magazine Sale 3, Basketball 1, Production Edi- tor Philomath 4. Prom Committee 3, French Club 1: Senior Play 4, SULLIVAN, TAMMY 184 Arlington Street Accounting, inventory control, something con- cerning mathematics SUMMERS, KRISTEN 31 Vaillencourt Drive to live a happy life and to be successful in whatever I decide to do Key Club 1. SUPENO, BARBARA LEE 6 Gates Street Well distinguished chemical engineer Field hockey 1,2,3,4, Softball 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club I,2,3,4, Music Club 1,2, Ski Trip 2,3, Stu- dent Representative to school committee 4, Ski Trip 2,3,4. SWIDELL, KEITH 28 lodie Road college and after-who knows? Drama Club 2,3,4, Shows-stage crew 1,2, prop-master 3,4, Yearbook Photographer co- editor 4, Newspaper Photographer 4. SYBRICK, ANGELA 27 Clinton Street to own a Mercedes Benz 450 SLC Key Club 4, SMARC Party 4, Senior Play 4. TAGLIANETTI, PETER 234 Fountain Street College, Studying Gynechology Baseball 1,2,3,4, Hockey 1,2,3, Capt. 4, Vari- ety Show 3,4, Polo Teams 1,2,3,4, Sliderule Club I,2,3, Capt. 4, Lion Taming Club 1,2,3,4, Debating Team 1,2,3,4, Sky Diving 1,2,3,4. TAGLIENTI, RICHARD M. 88 Angelica Drive Chemical Engineer Basketball l,2,3, Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Band 1,25 Orchestra 2, Magazine Drive 3. TAKACS, LISA IEANNE 18 Woodmere Road To live a happy successful life. Field Hockey 1,2,3, MVP 4, Lacrosse l,2, mvp, Capt. 1,3, Capt. 4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Christmas Project 1,2,3,4, Superteams 2,3, Fund Raising Projects I,2,3,4, Key Club 4, Crier 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Musical 4. TAM, XANH TERSONI, CHRISTINA ANN 411 Franklin Street Success in Life Fieldhockey Capt. 1,2,3, Capt. 4, Basketball 1,2,4, Indoor Track 3, LaCrosse I,2, Capt, 3, Capt. 4, SMARC 2,3,4, Christmas Project 2,3,4, Student Government l,2, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, Blood Drive 2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, lntermural Basketball l,2,3,4, Superteams 1,2,3, Elbow Bending Club 4, Fashion Show I,2, Industrial Arts Display 3,4, Fundraising Projects 1,2,3,4, Anti-Clique 1,2,3,4. THAMHAIN, THILO TIBBERT, PAUL TODARO, KATHIE 38 Kendall Avenue Professional Photographer, To meet Bob Segar Band 1, Cross Country Mgr. 2, Candy Sale 3, Prom Committee 3, Yearbook 4. TOGNACCI, LISA M. S7 Cedar Street Accountant, Nursing, Air Force TOSTI, IOHN 32 Neville Road Studying Computers, College Ice Hockey 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,4, Lacrosse 1, Steering Committee 3,4, Superteams 2, Magazine Drive 3. TSIROS, IOHN TUCKER, AMY 41 Blackberry Lane To have a happy successful life, To meet Bruce Springsteen Volleyball I,2,3, Capt. 4, Philomath 1,2,3, Ecli- tor 4, NHS 2,3,4, Student Crier 3,4, Flyer 4, Senior Play 4, Christmas Project 3,4, SMARC Party 2,3,4, Magazine Drive 3, Candy Sale 3, Variety Show 4, Snow Club 3,4, Yap Shutting 4: Rallies 2,3,4. TULABA, HELEN 57 Pratt Street Hairdresser, Beautician, Medical Assistant TURCHI, LISA MARIE 20 Whitney Avenue Successful Executive Secretary, Travel, To own my ovvn island Italian Club 2,3 UPHAM, THOMAS VELEZ, FREDDIE VIDEIRA, EDSON L. 31 1 Bishop Street College, BioChem Engineer President I,2, Student Government 4, Christ- mas Project 2,3,4, Key Club 4, NHS 2,3,4, Steering Committee 1,2,3,4, SMARC Party 3,4, Soccer 2,3,4, Tennis 1,2,3,4, Senior Play 4. VIRGILIO, STEPHEN WALKER, DIONNE WALKER, KRISTEN VVALSII, KATHN I2 Wookleigh Roarl Clothes Designer Senior Trip 4, Tennis IX' Capt l, ly tapt 2. SMARC Party 4, Mixecl Claortis 1,2,4, Carl- Glee Club 2,4, Acapella 2,4 VVANE, MARCIA IYNTN 70 Laneyyood Ayenue College, Wlork al Cienc-ral Hospital Drama Club l,2,3,4, Spanish Club l,2, 5,-1, Summer Shoyy 2, Canrly Salt-s 2,3, Clirirtis 2, Glee Club 2, Sandscript 2,3, .Nltislt Club 2? Water Basketball Team 1,2, 3,4 WHEELER, SUSAN VVIENER, ROBIN LFE 3b Berkely Road To become the yvorlcl's best psychologist. Spanish Club l,2,3,4, Sanclscript 2,3, I'sc-y Club 3 VVILLEY, IOSEPH P. WOLFSET, GLENN M, NVRIGHT, STEVE RED 34 Temple Street To be a Playboy Smoking Area 1,2,3,4. XVYATT, LINDA I, 33 Travis Drive Interior Designer Spanish Club l,2, Music Club 1,2, Mixed Chorus I,2,3, Girls Glee Club 1,2.3, Lacrosse 3, Candy Sale 2,3, Steering Committee 3,4i Magazine Sale 3, SMARC Party 3 WYNNE, CONNIE 12 Barber Road Get Drivers Liscence See Crosy, Still, Nash and Young in concert Cheerleading 3,4, Hockey Cheerleader 2, Pompom Girl I, Steering Committee 1,2343 Student Government I, Christmas Project 2,3,4, Senior Play, 4, Spring Musical 3, Candy Sale 2,3, Philomath 2,3, Photo Coorclinater 4, Ski Club 2,3, Acapella 4, SMARC 3,45 Softball Mgr. I,3,4, Variety Shoyy' 4, Varsity Yap Shut- ting 1,2,3, Co-Capt. 4, Cafateria Decorating Committee 4, Holiday' Inn Club 4. ZANELLA, VINNY 30 Conant Road Marines, Own Construction Co. Football 1,2,4, Lacrosse 1,2,3,4: Ski Club 4: lntermural Volleyball 3,4. ZEICHNER, RICH 54 Laneyvood Avenue College, Study Layy Olympia Club 4, HHK Club 3,4, Hockey li SMARC Party 3,4, Track 1 ZIGOTEGOS, SOPHIE D. To you I give my thanksg Oh dear friend of mine. For without you, I Could not have made it, Through so many trying times. You say just the things I wish you will say, And make me believe that you mean it. You make me feel that my burdens are less Even if it is for but a moment. There are many times when encouragement means so much to me, And a word is enough to help me feel better. So many others Could say just that word, But, it seems, you are the one who always says it. How Can I express, in words, how I feel? Without you there would be something lacking. I never knew how much a friend Could mean to me Until I had the good fortune to meet you. I thank God for your friendshipg It is quite a gift. However, I ask of him but one more favorg That I can be as good a friend to you As you have been to me. -E.-'51 .3 9-3 lui? G 3? WM ll' i 5 ga 3 , Not to mention nights I 3 a up 2 3--1 6 3 "' 5' 0 V Hll I sci.: e i M Q 5' 'S 2 7 "-3 E, 3 Q . 2, JIMMQRRISON XD L QL' - ulence 5 IAO1 en g1981 3' :.-1-,Ins f-f i I 4 ID lil CU W 2 Th ' i E Moa I somgiiiig if S3333 I -awguh exciting :g D going on., 0 1 :snasn aessni IQAINIBUW: " 3 l'l'l i 'Cz Car Stereo 9JF'L9A0"II' Li S .qw X n- L X My D ,V ronan, Flinter, a8e it tourna- meflfwef Ve"Y wellL1Beca + ' many of the players will ' retuming, the team is lookin Qarward to more si? A ul future ifibsons. , BOYS VARSITY LACROSSE . 1 4 f .Q T -fu - .. 5 1. 115 af Yr of . , X Q H' .A ry L. ix l rl All K First row: B. DeFlumeri, D. Williams, P. George, T. O'Leary, D. Guerra, 1. Stefanini, M. Foley, M. Selig, C. Carroll, B. Flynn, D. Halloran, C. Mesner. Second row: E. Burkenpas, V. Zanella, A. Soma, 1. Pelligrini, M. Hobin, T. Hinton ltri-capt.J, T. Cronan ltri-captl, 1. Flinter itri-capt.J, M. Blumenthal, j. Silverberg, R. Rojas, D. Casavant, Coach Diatelevi. This year's laqrosse team had an outstarxlingise n. Led by trimcaptains A inton, J . lk 4, 'I LM Vtoblwilf iii X",-.. A .M '." r. ic 1 :-Q'-- V' if, '-. V, . I 'an ' - -- f . .-r'f1-Q-,-arm, -Wilbur:-ap I 'X 'K N ..,':-. .-.. ' 1.405 7 if 1 Q x we-1 . -- , , ,L M, - g sa ,-9 I' if gm '.'n. A' 'Y 'M . sm' ll., X X s, . L Y - x Q v 1 c fx , V L FIT, x K I ' - , ""' . .W ...- Aim 'X' ' Y X iX'ff5.AiEUnA5.M 41,31 tin gl I I " --.v ,,x-v 4 D l ' 7PAM1NEH'AM xNA 'xx AKQ u YN' f S BOYS l.V. LACROSSE First row: D. Fleming, S. Oakes, R. Saponaro, D. Carney, P. Farese, I. Gannon, D. Planchet, N. Goldberg, R. Merciano, S. Kantor, D Marmer, B. Kirk, R. Steinberg. Second row: l. Harrington, B. Scheider, l. Kaplan, G. Brosnahan, G. Zanella, l. Hutton, B. Tarr,1. Irwin, D Zanella, 1. Ablondi, P. Nardini, M. Willingham, E. Martin, D. Burke, G. Drake, P. Seriac, Coach Walker. BOYS FRE HMAN LACROSSE First row: M. Martino, M. George, A. Rotatori ltri-capt.l, P. Lounsbury Ctri-capt.l, B. Reed ltri-captl, R. Dlott, P. Turchi, B. Powell, S. Magri, M. Zucker. Second row: M. Poretsky, M. Cates, B. Bolivar, I. Cerow, P. Gorman, N. Bell, Coach Carey, I. Cannistraro, E. Rivera, D. McClure, M. Dimitriou, S. Pearl, T. Peoula, L. MacGregor. GIRLS VAR ITY LACROSSE 1st row: M. Upham, A. Cohen, L. Takacs ltri-captainl, T. Abelli ltri-captainl, C. Tersoni ltri-captainl, L. Bloch. 2nd row: 1. Keiley, 1. Dickson, K. Millar, M. Abelli, M. Norton lcoachl, K. Badger, M. Decina, L. Saunders, l. O'DonneIl. ful I 1 1 -U. 1 .mx 2 1 7' Irma, f. .mid . 4 Q-,J -.fy Theagirls lacrosse team starledim this yearywith thregwbig due to Qpjilriessthe team was not sql successfQg'ffg"?5"thqyw hoped. years ca 'T' weri?lG.,Iers0ni, T1 .. 5' Abeln, at 1aka9fgQMiv..P?was ' Aniybeth Cohen. f' .-P ,ia l' K-'..' tiki, ' '--It ,- ., Ah' . .s 'N -ws.. 'M' -Y .W 'c- gg-.af-wavy. ,. ..., 4 T' pq-Q-.rx ,sayin- Js li. ' 155 , M . .V ,. fir 'wwf V 'l "' . 'nazi .v .1 GIRL l.V. LACROSSE lst row: C. Brown, M. Delaney, S. Levine, S. Kaasten, L. Saunders. 2nd row: D. Seltzer, K. Millar, A. Weider, C. Bridge lcoachl, M. Decina, 1. O'DonneIl. .l-...4 Q A X 1 nf 4.4. , N L .Q fJ':r1'a9gZ ..--., 3.-. ,V ..,- , I r-'.. 4-" 4 ,"' fi -.' LT' -I .-J... 'H-, If .. -. 4. ..- , cis '20 7 .nv L- M BOYS VARSITY BASEB LL 2 Sgt 49 J E gh :'- qi- L XR QM 1 5 oz 3JiE 9 'lt XX it Y 5 N ,,,a.. . .,. 'H -'- M. - . - .TJ . :uw N.. A 1st row: B. Barreira lcoachl, O. O'Rourke, 1. Dones, 1. Dones lcaptainl, M. Raditz, 1. Mitchell, B. Koos tmanagerl. 2nd row: A. Chaves, L. Simpson, C. O'Neill, M. Tucker, B. Dawson, T. Swanecamp, P. Ferrari. Missing: T. Upham, P. Saponaro, I. Antonio, M. Maloney. ff, u T' x V R Q.. . 1, 'L 'L ' ' Aqlfc' f I" . xttify, Vt '-'., . 9' ' , 0- A ...W ff A X My , A fix, fx L. , -.J".f' . jf' . x E N. -.. x . -s ,... -Ju, ,fl With only four varsity ballplayers returning, this season was not as successful as many had hoped. The season's fl record ended with eight wins and twelve losses. lohn Mitch- ell was chosen the team's M.V.P. 'ff 1 x I .1 , "'-w!u,gQ'0e f. 'x. v xi N riff' ' l l l l 1 i 4 4 a l ll l i l 'i i L. I.V. BASEB LL I M! ,..975""4 ...ff 'xxf' W V "." vf-1.1 -' . , STP' 1"'f X I.. - 1 ag fi 'E--'Af-122--x--?:' na. I YQ--x A1--.- --X5 A A' L K K QR.. -4 v ' ' N lst row: 1. Klein, C. Harris, T. Sullivan, 1. Maloof, 1. Ryder, M. Resnic, A. Small, B. Masionis, I. lachowitz. 2nd row: R. Moore, M. Vasquez, P. Hyman, R. Koenig, 1. Whelen, P. Walleranger, T. Henning, D. Avery fcoachl. ff., . 'lf , up av O RING A ' . 5-.. tw S' .-t x , . -Xl h g. XH- A . , fy 'iid . Sj xc ' . . FY' ,V A 'S 0? A J' Usb I , 0 5 z'u.,' V14 ...Ay .', . I -P Q 5. ,.., .. . ,.,,1 fi: 5 uf qt h Q . at l s : x P' R Y J . 1 A -,y- . hi, .4-Q-Q"4 vfnfui'-:militias-.4.. .:'4:m...u4?Ns3Tm:',- .s... , FRESHM N SEB LL ligv ' ..u 'Nil fv'.'ld':'l9A 132- F LM J -. .- A X.-1 Lvl- D I A br S Q ' .' BIAS . Ov Ftrst row: K. Mitchell, D. Melanson, D. Mathewson, B. Hutchinson, K. Daniels, H. Brown, M. Swanson, W. Pass. Second row: Suncilalr, T. Brennan, T. Clalvani, D. Smith, K. Mallon, I. Olmert, S. Williams, K. Meagan, S. Ober, M. Terasconi lcoachl. x ' Y x i S ' tax 9 5' X ' wr ""'-41-4?Q- K 'ar 1 fu- rf. Q .:. 1 GIRLS VARSITY SOFTB LL l ,L .Q L, " .--F a ff' wiafsd 4 an . ,. .. , . . ... 4 .- .fp lst row: C. Wynne tmanagerj, M.B. Fougere, l. Levine, L. Kizik tco-captainl, K. Cullen tco-captainl, C. Keefe, l. Smith, 2nd row: E. Garry N. Kehayes, C. Rotatori, K. O'Brien, S. Apkon, S. Gladstone, L. Clinton, S. Keefe, P. Pappas tcoachl. Nm! N .::-Q' ,,sf' si 1' -1' i :r uin - W I 3 - 5'f".i V lg " gf ll 129552, X f 5 t - im: v' . ' C i 4 'ls -A This years softball team was very successful. The team N," N' finished its season with a record of 1 1-7 which enabled them . .. '-ffl? to capture second place in the Bay State League. M.V. P. was Laurie Kizik. . Y . I . 1-..., ay.-vi 0- 51. .-'fr-N ,-4: Y U1 ir...,.. . W4 IJ! : fl N w N an . . . ' ' y x 4 ' "' he -1 . . - , Y . vw- N- . 1101-53.5. gpm . as - . - .Af Jw, A55-Alf-ha Apu .Jfwi A 'N ' I 'Wd fb" ' ji. - . I , V V v. - ' ,Q ,fx 5 .1 ."'Vj,5 aff -Q4'!'wtg.,w2., 1 ' ' , ., -.J ' , , V - , '1 2 ' ""' ., . , , if H' , 1 , QW. , ' ' , in 1 flywsyf-..,,,-,, Q ., ,,, ,Y .,,',. 1 f"f'Tv"f'fX'J,,?'5"", ,ff - , - - ""1 ,r if:.V"L3,.,,' 'bm'-5 f ,, V f ru 'v 'fffvfn ' x ' al ' as ' '1 Q' . J sf - . 1, f- 1. 'Q-'--'w-nf , x 1 .. .-.... n 'w , .. . ' n X' - ' A n -.'f"'.,"'Tk . if '5'f"?9'!x'!a1l"5"f4'2'-' 'f n uf: Y n -, . 1 v - . R . .,,Y, . ia .4 i r oh ,,, ,. .X,..,, L.. -'--" 'inf' .g.:"sf- q,vN",.:- -f -" A .L"" -I-?s'1e,,,?-if-'-49 ri lf' ,. " iw ' 'rf ' .?'Y,Nf-' ,NLE 'iq 1 5' Q , ., "V nc' ,V Q, - 1 - Q ", ", fb- .A, I.. . , ' .X l .. - 5.1.--, ' .J 5. 6 V ' H-ZW--w -:LTU 7-x v.. ,, . "Q . ' ,""' ff " .. pf, x , . ' . Q, H Q W "R,-114 ., ', l.V. SOFTB LL .gn N 4 W . .1 4'-pq u 4 Y' .1 v. Wvjjwlnpv- x Furs! row: P. We-ldc-n, L. Tassdnfuri, I. Wdlrott, U. Capello, I. Ahe.1rn,l. Fox. Second row: I. Farrand, P. Blair, K. Anderson, T. Drisdell, S. Cmlrirlc k, K, fusack, T. Zontinu rum .J X : X x K x it I-. I H V I fflff 3,5 5" 2.1 ,5- W'5'C'7' 'I c ,,.. , , H , M. ., If .z:'x"s,'qg"l . 1 . ,W I Q f i' v f 1 I I r , . 1 ,,.1.,., . 1 -.-in-, 1 - , I ff, . 40 '?:j.-:'1vii"f1f-'- 2:-1 A I 0 ,, ,, sz. ':' 'Jw , 'aw Q auf, A x g s 1, . M 5 . An. r ' X --pf 1, '- 79' '-ff . . 'v -VC C' I -n' vu, - Y 6 A' lap, Qimfiff - - a Z5.5f3:','if6'-52 -. f - 3 N5 f '. df" f i ww -vw, sk . ..4A ,, ., .1 E L "-- " .,,' .... .Sig oviff. .5 A.g.R., "" A , ,.- ,.,--Q - FRESHMAN OFTB LL V' 71" '-., L 4. if , . ky . ll T' h Q. Q-5. a 7-L-.. J 1.5, me M4-L. First row: D. Nicoli, L. Merloni. Second row: S. Baker, E. Dynan, S. Dion, S. Sales, D. Swotinsky, S. Foley, L. Cardani, L. Han ex. I Macleod, S. Apkon. Third row: 1. Guild lcoachl, D. Whelan, C. O'Rourke, D. Bates, 1. Cumben, W. Hazzard, I. Saunders. C. Gannon I -1 '51 Q, 'F' x - L' qi X - .- .- i , Y - -:Qi -I . ., , I, ' ,R . A- " '. Q -1- . V . , , -.- - . :bg Q sf A -:Q BOYS VARSITY TRACK 'T YT 'Q ' 's Eg f' .fx f' ' l 9 '3' 4' , I s r' 5 i Sur PH I 4, SUE-.y rr, -5 U - K , -- 4' H, ..t , . -. . ,E . 5 ., . L. , 0 ist row: M. Goodman itri-captainj, I. Clopeck ltriaptainl. 2nd row: A, Cheffers, T. O'Meara, A. Velazquez, M. Curnen, M. Chalmers, Y. Kang, M. Curhen, M. Ferro, B. joiner, R. Grady. 3rd row: P. Cheffers icoachj, G. Marinofsky, 1. Chalmers, M. Wall, H. Lewis, P. Barry, D Garron itri-captainJ,H. Getson. Missing: D. Bloch, B. Butler, D. Chapin, T. Corse, S. Lundy, D. Moran, J. Slick, S. Snyder. -0 W ,fav-""""' !""N- " - The South High Outdoor Track Team had many spec- l tacular performers this season. The season was high- lighted by the teams first place finish in the Conference ' Meet. Led hy captains 1. Clopeck, M. Goodman and D. 4 Garron the team finished with a record of 5-3-1. , I "' . ' 3 - i -' .. W9 W 1 ' 2' '5'frL? ' I-Tlguff' ,f '- -1 - , o- v ngu- .764 X 9 J' N' p 3 rl ' K L I -Q A kk 1' f' ' BHK-K 15'-...w 'x .1--'I 41 1 1 Q 5 H """""' 'fa' 'Q 121 ,?' .9-1 Z' Q9 -, I QUT? f Cl 5lLU7'H E'- Psi? ,oh , Q' ' ,.. "J-".,5' " .mf v ' ,A Q- ,..w.. -. W? " fag A fiiygw- ' ' D if-' ', 9 N L' V, . 1 xx .wAw,,.1-Q, .' '- H' 1 - Q-0 ' "J, '.,v,w-3" x ,. , ,.,I.. ' N 1 v I W - 19' , . 'ff K-.W , pi . tn 5 ,fi . ,.. .Y A ' risk ..,- 1 A .-.4A,,:.x,,, 1 If swf 2 ,,.,- ... K ' x 'zffft rf- ' Q ,,..l , . - " . ,lu A . an . n, If M, , --X . N n",,l , fx ,?."-w-'f- . - .- 1' W: Fr- -4 'rf' h. Q Q ,I E my-4 QV -' in . -. . A ...ff ,, ,,qq' - -,VM 1-IRL, - 4 ,I apps, ,. N..-,,:., M . . . 'M ,. . 1-1.1 -,M K -,H - f,fS7a-Q'-, M- 5-4' x .-v ,-- ,'ev R L ' ' TL! LA V' 7 ' ? 7 GIRLS VARSITY TRACK 17 . ,l, lstrow:S.jhaveri,l.Joiner, L.Mansurlco captainl C jacobslco captain! P Flanders B Shirley 2nd row 1 Kirbylcoachl C Harrison I Cummings, C. Fuller, P. Flanders, S. deGozzaldi Y Mitchell J Pettiford lmissing 1 Coleman F Wongi F -15 J- . --. This years team did not have the greatest season, but they had a lot of fun. It was a small team this year. They hope that they will get more support next year. The team was led by cap- tains C. Jacobs and L. Mansur. I .-'f'-I'Fl"i BOYS VARSITY TENN S Ist row: M. Weinstock, A. Homonoff, D. O'Rourke, L. Sunshine, B. Shoot. 2nd row: Coach Becker, S. Cooperman, R. Rosenberg, M. Davis, A. Kaplan, 1. Rowe, Coach Garrahan. 1. ...Aw 12 . L 4 5 " n s H i 3, f Y. go , , all J J . f. Q., I 42. 3 lf TQ' 1 71 1. . .,. via fr--0. -1- X ",ff!f:, , V' -if ,.f' ' 'I' , , I. L., t , I . ,',, ,mg If X ff Q," '.'- f' .f r " 4 fa' ' Q' L . . I . f: ' " ' , , . ' ' AW V . 5 ' . -:ff ' " 4-14... T If 1. -t.'fj4,i,'f , ' ' ' -r 3,1 X ,f-4,- 5? - u'. ' ' ,K 1 rv! ,, - - ' f 4-...f .-+:f-7'.-.1- X .we f x -' R .Af ":'er- f . . . t y ., 1 ,1, , , - . I . .e .M .Q . -...-....--fa-.A-..f .- ' l 1 " " -4.4-. .f X ' ' f' ' ' ' of A X' "ff -1- f,14-- . -5 I U C ,, 5. , , ' ' ' -1 . f fix' -f f" vi 'fl 67: 'X ?""L"f' .' ' ' ' . . . .-A, , l . , 1 . .4 . A ',,- J R' - T'-lliL:-'N5r- - ' r K ,... 9 if - -S f , GIRLS VARSITY TENN S , ,. "?"H ,A L-Li .' gay' .44 S' -3-gl .AW , Q :A - 1 , . f . 'n-ji.- -'QQ . ,Ir ' . v-.,- . ,,-,W i.,,f"-vs '-4" f.- First row: A. Belloli, R. Resnek, M. Sullivan icapt.J, A. Foster, R. Fanger. Second row: K. Walker icoachl, H. Esty, V. White 2 A Q vi if x 1:13 A W 'li 'i Zi, Although this year's ten- nis team was not as good as they wished, all the players showed a lot of determination. Led by captain Monica Sullivan the team's record was 2- 16. M.V.P. for this season was Val White. .ks FSH ,ts .RK axe 0 rw nuff .Civ iii x K x X5 X 1 Q X ' .x N ' ' ' X sl 4, .x N N N AAA' s .-- 7 x R ' x x s 'N.X xxx S. X N xxxXf xNNN'g xNN" . gym .X, .x-N-5.38 NN -YS Q 4 . N Q . . Q , so ., , 9 . .K A if ' f af Q. sf "9 90' S x X K MM w l:.s.u jg Fl' .S ' 'D F-so X S. GIRL I. . TENN S W W f 'ff' scff H " 1""',:.' ,I ya: "l,?ffl ' -"4 r I' WW .Q , 9 pl ', A v' , , f 'lwaifllfv 1,1 'Q A,!'!i!,if,g 1. !m5.f,'1f'f,'fv!-V. . 1,2 "' ' , ,-fl' ,I tilt ."vJ,,'fx'I,. H' labkv fl !',1,i,.,:r 14, bl, 7 . "Q ,, , '.:,'v.,,I.., l'l L' rf' I 'f ,',:4- fl. 4 , v r . - v - ' ' . 1, ,.1'f,'1,L'y'g,,5',. Y Mani 5, ',V4',',',j jf ' 2, Mn.: 5' 1- f Y' ' . 1 -. Q NW 'nr "' ' Y, .--Sf! 9' V - , f ' I W J If fy 1" '1 ' "is E IQ1,p41',-' " .' A ' '7 ' " F N i Alf!! iff!! 1, I A S . ' L I , 'lr' Q 5 2 0 f K I,..., ,I 6 ,L ,i-,I ' 2, nfrfl N 'f ll. -.- I l945'1i44.4:' " qv-a.n--- .M . --- ---A ,9 f -, I 1 fa - r tx F4 I -L-.... Flrst row P Collins, E. Kenny, M. Zolides, L. Snider. Second row: F. deCozzaIdi tcoachl, K. Kenney, D. Chounard qco-capm, H. Estx Kco captj P Marini, T. Monaghan. Missing: R. Schwartz, C. Frank. I - ' 7" ' " 'im ' -"- Q BOYS VARSITY SOCCER BOYS VARSITY SOCCER SCOREBOARD 7-7-4 North 3-1 Norwood 3-1 Braintree 0-2 Needham 1-2 Wellesley 0-1 Milton 0-0 Walpole 1-1 Dedham 1-0 Natick 0-o ii North 2-1 ll Norwood 5-2 l Braintree 0-3 Needham 0-6 Wellesley 1-1 Milton 2-1 l Walpole 1-0 f 1st row: P. Farrand, E. Videira, E. Cohen, S. Holt lco-captaini, 1. Peterson, R. Rojas, S. Capizzi. 2nd Dedham 04 l row: F. Castellanos tcoachi, N. Goldberg, I. Cullen, E. Hayden, B. Goodman, P. Barry, M. Foley, S. Nanck 04 lhaveri, B. Monaghan, A. Canero, L. Borges, C. Hayes. BOYS LV. SOCCER VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD 5-5-0 Milford 38-7 Dedham 28-O l Braintree 14-13 Walpole 13-20 North 19-O Norwood 8-35 Wellesley 26-16 Milton 7-14 Natick 13-37 l l 1st row: I. Gannon, C. Harris, D. Williams, 1. Ryder, T. Hoyt lco-captaini, D. Halloran lco-captainl, I. Giles, l. Ablondi, D. Nixon. 2nd row: D. Avery lcoachi, W. Pass, M. Seeley, M. Willingham, A. Cheffers, M. Monene, D. Mullen, T. Conlin, S. Nicoli, T. Sawyer, D. Planchet, N. Bell. l.V. CROSS COUNTRY I GIRLS GYMNASTICS SCOREBOARD ' 3-9-O I Holliston 63.4-67.9 , Wayland 76.2-62.2 Walpole 85.3-103.6 Milton 68.85-90.1 Norwood 73.9-71.3 Natick 74.6-95.4 Wellesley 82.8-71.55 Braintree 84.75-122.85 Dedham 86.4-96.0 Milford 88.3-92.4 North 86.7-96.6 Needham 90.9-107.8 lst row S Williarns, M. Shi-rritlen,C.l.1t0hs, P. Lounsbury. 2nd row: E. Daniels tcoachl, P Busht-y, R. Gmrly, P. Cnsinelli, P. Lawton, S. Lundy, D. Forgione, C. Wright, 1. Carny. lil BOYS l.V. BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD VARSITY WRESTLING 5-9-1 Holliston Lincoln-Sudbury Lexington Ashland Catholic Memorial Walpole Needham Braintree North l Keefe Tech Milton Wellesley Dedham Natick First row: S. Nicoli, N. Goldberg, D. Zupan, M. Rivera, R. Zupan, 1. Klein, G. Marsh. Second row: R. Sudmeyerlcoachl, B. DeFlumeri, 1. Gleason, R. Taylor, A. johnson, F. Garcia, R. Koenig, B. Joiner, M. Phipps, P. Nicoli. BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL J- Z l ,I ' x .hx -VTE li 7 1 - in 5 L- 1 If -is me -' ' - ST' . ,. 5 A ' Nh Q 'li' E. ,I I Fa-C. ' ' , ll! S va - Y .V 54 .I ' SFX 'K Dc R 5 11 ' 5 iv , to I . - .AQ -.Lf X f X 'au-, . . ,T First row: C. Bacon, T. Galvani, H. Brown, K. Mitchell, l. Cohen, D. Auslander, 1. Nathan, D. Noonan fmanagerl. Second row: D. Scot, B. Whitney, D. Moran, A. Badger, l. Gilman, G. Matthews, S. Murphy, S. Williams, 1. Croci lcoachl. GIRLS l.V. BASKETBALL QJL---lin! - . K. SJL 36-32 41-26 31-28 33-33 48-15 23-31 21-26 21-42 27-35 19-40 23-37 33-36 16-47 46-21 First row: K. Scagnelli, E. Garry, M. Dones, 1. Ahearn, M. Marvikas. Second row: N. Kehayes, P. Lawton, S. Belforti, l. Barry, K, Noonan, C. Haddad, T. Zontini tcoachl. 7 Fen"- l.V. HOCKEY FRESHMA HOCKEY l . 533 Inq-JW 24,17 C Q 7' TSI VOWZ l. lfWif1, C. Dfdke, 1- Brown. M- Resnic. M- F0l6y ICO-Captainl, B. 1st row: K. Daniels, R. Read, M. Martino, P. Lounsbury,M.Weinstock, D. Turchi Saponaro, D. Carney Ico-captainl, l. Maloof. 2nd row: Coach Binkoski, P. Seariac, R. Dlott. 2nd row: I. Cannistraro Imanagerl, R. Shaw, I. Dameri, B. D'Andrea, I R. Saponaro, M. Pleshaw, D. Williams, I. Hutton, D. Comerato, C. Mannino, C. Capobianco, B. Hutchinson, G. Haul Icoachl. Mannino FRESHMAN GIRL I.V.WRESTLI G SKETB LL I 1 .1 . I l I l 4 v ' - ' Q P V "7 ,... ,,,i x X N 7 I . In roi.-. I fninnon, M Yost, I Connery, M. Cyiputo, Zncl row: Coach Laffhance, lst row: C. Sidoli, I. Blum, D. Sworinsky, D. Nicoli, I. Fox, L. Kenny. 2nd row. M Mormon, S Snirli-r, I Cniliin, L. hmv, K. Romtory, M. MorrisonlM.1nag0rI, Coach Teresconi, P. Weldon, S. Ottoviani, K. Cusak, I. Farrand, C. O'Rourke, M. Delaney, L. Capone, L. Merloni, F. Wong. I FRAMINGHAM TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AWARD ..... Kathleen Cullen 1981 AWARDS ASSEMBLY HARVARD BOOK PRIZE ............. .............. HOLY CROSS BOOK PRIZE ...................... BROWN UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD .............. DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ...... jEWlSH WAR VETERANS BROTHERHOOD AWARD . . . WARD DECENZO SCHOLARSHIP AWARD ......... SAMUEL IOHNSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ..... NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP .... NEWBURY IUNIOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP ..... FRAMINGHAM WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP .... SIMPSON PARK GARDEN CLUB ............... DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION ............ DENNISON MANUFACTURING SCHOLARSHIP ....... GEORGE P. KING MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP .......... DR. MARY E. STAPLETON SCHOLARSHIP ............. ROTARY CLUB EDUCATION FUND OF FRAMINGHAM. MASSACHUSETTS FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUB .. FRAMINGHAMSOUTH HIGHTEACHERSSCHOLARSHIPHH' . . . . Lisa Dipko A. Eugene Chin ......Lisa Dipko ...Maura Kelly David Casavant ...james Silver . . . .Denise Ferrara, Kimberly Ironfield .Carol Sanchez Annette Alverio . . . . . Donald Donahue, Cara Ferragamo, Colleen Gannon, William Monaghan .....john Irwin ...............William Monaghan . . . . Donald Donahue, Edson Videira . . .Paul Farrand .. .... Kathleen Cullen, Donald Donahue ... ... .. .. .... William Monaghan, james Silver ...Linda Wyatt ...Robert A len Alan Hutchinson, Katina Kotsifakis, Karen Potenza Maura Kelly, Cindy Shevrin, Marcia Wane NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CERTIFICATE OF MERIT ............ ................ j ohn Irwin, james Silver, Marjorie Curran LETTERS OF COMMENDATION .... .......................... S tuart Baum, Mark Blumenthal, Cindy jacobs, Maura Kelly, Barry Lewis, Gary Massey, Sharon Morris, Brian Palmer, Lisa Rosenblatt, Rachel Selig EXCELLENCE IN DRAMA .................................................................... Terese Giammarco jOHN HANCOCK AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS ............................ Debra Henderson, Lisa Turchi EXCELLENCE IN HOME ECONOMICS ...................... ............ E lizabeth Beshears EXCELLENCE IN CLOTHING ............................ .......... R amonita Santiago EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE .......... .......... j ohn Irwin EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS ........ ............ M aura Kelly EXCELLENCE IN MUSIC .................. ............. S haron Kenny EXCELLENCE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION .... ................................ j ose Dones, Cindy jacobs EXCELLENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ........ ............................................. j ames Silver DRAMA SERVICE AWARD ..................... ......... S tuart Baum, Michael Forman, Rachel Selig, Keith Swindell DRAMA ACTING AWARD ....................................................... Teresa Giammarco, Gary Massey BAUSCH LOMB AWARD ......................................................................... Mark Schaffer WORCESTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR - HONORABLE MENTION .... .............. S uzanne Mabrouk MUSICIANSHIP AWARD ................................................. ................ B ruce McCarthy MUSIC SERVICE AWARD ...................... ........................ .................. R u ssell Shwartz DRAMA CLUB SCHOLARSHIP .... .... T erese Giammarco, Adam Stanger MVP FOR FOOTBALL .......... MVP FOR CROSS COUNTRY .. . MVP FOR BOYS SWIMMING .... MVP FOR FIELD HOCKEY .... MVP FOR BOYS SOCCER ..... MVP FOR GIRLS SOCCER ...... MVP FOR VOLLEYBALL .......... MVP FOR BOYS BASKETBALL ..... MVP FOR HOCKEY ............ MVP FOR INDOOR TRACK ..... MVP FOR WRESTLING ......... MVP FOR GIRLS BASKETBALL .... MVP FOR GIRLS GYMNASTICS . . . MVP FOR GIRLS SWIMMING ..... MVP FOR LACROSSE ........... MVP FOR SPRING TRACK .... MVP FOR BASEBALL ........... MVP FOR GOLF ................ MVP FOR GIRLS LACROSSE .......... . Donald Garron . .john Clopeck . . . Robert Baker .. . . .Lisa Takas . . .Patrick Barry Donna Delprete ...Amy Tucker . .Harold Lewis . Peter Ta Iinetti . .john Cgopeck Walter Connery Kathleen Cullen . Pamela Mersky .Lisa Rosenblatt .......Tim Cronan .Donald Garron . .john Mitchell Todd Brosighini Amybeth Cohen MVP FOR GIRLS SPRING TRACK ....... .......... P atricia Flanders MVP FOR SOFTBALL .................... ................ L aurie Kizik AMERICAN LEGION HOCKEY AWARD ..... .... j ohn Pellegrini, Frank Piso WILFRED MITCHELL MEMORIAL AWARD ..... .... G ary Marder, john Pelligrini IANE DUANE MEMORIAL AWARD ......... .............. K aren Potenza ROBERT PAVIA AWARD .......................... .............. B ill Sheridan PETER C. VENNE MEMORIAL AWARD ............... ........ j ohn Irwin FRAMINGHAM WOMEN'S CLUB - OUTSTANDING .... .... K athleen Cullen B'NAI B'RITH SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD ............. .... M ichael Raditz W NO N0 NANNETTE f X N I mes, ,L 1-in ming """'-an A , n- , J f f K5 1 ,,,...., O 6 9'0 O Of 014. 6 4-4 J Fl' T'. V. Rs Q4 7 If K .- I .l'QbQ N, 10,0 9 X O, jb I + 51212, 1 'f Q s' "L l . .l 'N vo 1 -nil THE VARIETY SHOW - ' ' . 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