Framingham North High School - Archon Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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IH' K -.ty .-,..,. .-Eifi u.X U.. ......, M .um 7.l"' L' KT: ..l4 gq:':QwMiN F f-ELT: W1 1-it .. xl '.:"' W, I-E-1"?h ry' :LV ,. . a-1: 1. . 1 , Xu x-. -'91-nn '. v. P-1, sw- .,, el vi Nil. K-.imlef fl' SW '12 "hail-I-1 X , 'Arxzv' "lah g'. "'1,w' ' . v..1.f' ' I' .1 l fo fhe one who soughf fo make his way fhrough fhe lighf of fhe people bringing us nearer. wifh all sinoerify, fhank you, Mr. Gallagher Class of '73 7- -H--WT. a 1-"' i I . Q , , , QQ , i 11 ' M112 2 f f .Y 5' 51- ,f.,. V , 7 l ,fi 4 uv.. .V ,W . 7 YT. . JM, M, 7 , 1 U X ,lf I M .rl Q 'fl ll Ii, ig, ff ,. 41, l ' if Vi? ,if 4 f' if ' l fl 4, 'f , . gy ,, ,, , ,J . , 'f wwf a 'l 152 5, f i Q , ff . ,5 , I I3 1 5,5 V 4: 9. If K K: ' 4-4 ,' ju 1 f y HH ,4l9" .41 ,ff f 1 5, 41 'F , ,Q W., ilk. fi' :.,. K, .Q ..- ,-,. if I f Z' e 2 JW v We hw, vy! , 7 44 5' , ef ,ff 1, an 9 QJVWQ swf, ,.,, v 'wh 'R 'H .si .A 1... - , 'fl . ,W " Y , ,QV X 1 1 I 1 5 r Y N 1 4 N 4 4 I I I 5 4 Principal 's essage 'Nik Mr. Lewis J. Ernst, Principal "Do you have any idea how many lives we must have gone through before we even got the first idea that there is more to life than eating, or fighting, or power in the Flock? A thousand lives, Jon, ten thousand! And then another hundred lives until we began to learn that there is such a thing as perfection, and another hun- dred again to get the idea that our purpose for living is to find that perfection and show it forth." Jonathan Livingston Seagull As with Bach's hero, Jonathan, perhaps we are doomed to an eternal search for an unattainable goal, perfection. Yet, I think that the important question is not "is perfection reachable" but do we have the individual and collective courage to continue our attempts after we have once failed? The fastest speed, the perfect poem, the full life seem always iust beyond our grasp and the prophets of gloom would have us believe that this is man's natural state. l do not believe that this is so and I know that you do not. Perhaps this Class, this generation, will bring us an additional "ten thousand lives" in mankind's eternal iourney towards perfection. My best wishes for a happy and rewarding future. mb: , qw 35 ,sg . X 3"-v '- -ln 'O 51 D4 pe , 0 , ' ' S 2' fa fa if 4 V I my av 1' 7 ,4"""' Secrefaries Mrs. Arnoff J ! . 7 "1 0 Q r X. air D Q 9 00 0 0 'I Q bl' , , O!lgO'..0.,. n xc ..! I". 0 l'A 30.900 "Q O ', x'.1.'.,.. . 00 ft- 00' Q -1 I. ,X 'ox ' 0 --.90 , .h , r A '.'.'-'.--" - ' ' .27 - . J Mrs. Sexton Mrs. Bushey Mrs. Prior Mrs. Lcuginoger Mrs. Korono Wwwmdbwf Mrs. Wolforth Medical ...,. v Mrs. Sullivan f F2 Mrs. Donlcn MV- Dineen, Library 1 Q 'E 1, K . Q ,nu H- 1 1 A .V 4 Drug Counselor Mrs. Ford Driver's Ed X A f 'fel , .rv 1 Qi Mr. McGillivray MV- C0fd0ni Mr. George "3-it Mr. Luparelli, Supervisor Mr. Moiolo Mr. Kosky lndusfrial Arfs Mr. Houmere Mr. Wilson ' A Mr. Haemer -'41 Mr Felndel Mr. Reynolds Mr. Pollard Mr. Cervcssi Home Economics p rw ,,. XA ,W Mrs. Driscoll Mrs. Fitzgerald f-"nn , n Mrs. Ellioh Mrs. Gallagher n v 1 0 1 V . . . . l'.'.',:.fjf . .v, .sure- -. .l.j.g.,. Mrs. Welling Mrs, Kempler Wahl ,-'I' Mr. Whelan, Dept. Head English E' 6 W A ' :ata Qn " 1 'V J in Muss O Hara Mrs. Dunn Mr. Donovan Mr. Minicucci is A, Z nl ' I, Q Miss Patari Mr. Savage Mr. Brown Miss McCarthy Mr. James Mr. Donahue V. I, 'n -Q 4 W ' ,af f fir f 7 11 2, 1 f O' Mr. Forfier 5 t I . LT I." i .r -'v-'.." Q4 .-, L . i .,.v-.J 1' .3 X q - ' ' 'H Z .v4 - .4-V' . A h: , - ' i Z :R TZ, , ,, in .. fi a 5 s l 4 if Rf if gs:-., 'N 1 ' as ,A 11,115 ,bs ,. . .Iv f , ,X I, xx . 1 'WI pid M-i Mr. Schlrckmon Mr. Smith Miss Leifzell Miss Edelsfein Mrs. Young Mr. Hayden 5- V Mass Olrvo Miss Terry Mr. Minorsky 1 Mrs. Leonord I' M .,A MT. White Mr- Chen Mrs. LaFoIIefte 'sf Mr. Maselli g A . H I Music jf 1 ga :W Z .42-K X ii 5 EPA f 2 ' Mr. Korngufh Miss Conway Mr. Cornell Mrs. Novak Mr. Reedy if-E ,Dj fr :fl Miss McNally .Xx ' Miss Kosky i Marcia Hill f was Mr. Macleod Mr. DeCosie Guidance Mr. King Mrs. Bord X353 W f f ' ' x X . 72' X ii A., il, ' f 5' ' M, ,va Mr. Pike x L 532 2995 A i MXQQ w, .3 Vs , 'V xfx QQEB' Rf? 4 NY 4 , Science Mr. Connor Mr. McDermott, Dept. Head Y M Z . 7 M , , 5 A I I Miss Domey Mr. Berfucci 7 . Miss Raine f ' -, '.,' X .aff-', , i 33? fn: + 1 , qi. .4 N 2 vi,-Aik A faq.--3 Q ' I . A ,M W I .B+ ,V lil A 7-. Mrs. P. Cowley 5 2 1 2,072 Za Mrs. Hayes Mr. DiProfio -6 4, , , , , ,A 171 Weis Mr. Sfeponion Ill! Mr. Brennan Mr. Hanke K'-o Mr. Gendreau ff! 'rfb Mr. Buell -Ml' Mr. Duane hp., W Mrs. Gorflen ,fe Mr. Rice Mr. Smith L Mr. E. Morse Mrs. Foley Mr. Hayes, Dept. Head yr ' 1 .XE-, , ,mv -. .xi L Mrs. C. Brow Mr. C. Vogel -vi. I u sn. I 1' f Mrs. Murray Mrs. Stapleton im Mr. Marcoux Miss Pacella I fs. N , Ku 'F more 1- 5" Lan uage K X f I A Mr. Salvi Miss Long Mrs. Jolie Mrs. Levin N P r ,M ' w , MVS- F0heffY Mr. Tefrault Mr. Conlin Mr. Roos 1152 r 1 Mrs. Monaghan r VA Mr. Lufender L""-ni, Ai gg Q- ,,.,, . Mr. Fargo Mr. Falco is Mr. DiDomenico Mrs. Roche Mrs. Derro X 1 aa al 14 4 1 'X 97 in 3 5 5 Z al Qi 4.0 In Mr. St. Andre, Dept. Head Mafh Q :T ,I .fm-f M -Q- l 'a 'Q 1 Mr. Merrill Q Mrs. Fagan f Q 4.3 , l JS Mr. A. O'Brien 381,411 Y, . 3 F5 ?' rlislf'.L.-If - 2.5. -Q fy - , is :will ,Q 1 'rg pr ' 4 l 1 V F , .1 Witt . f ll. - - fri ,I lmx if ' L Mrs. Quigley ..,4 Mrs. L. Martino Mr. Welcome Mr. Hannigan Mr. O'DonneII -pw. Q .air 2, 7" w A , .f Mfff ' . 2' 7 , . , A I . iw, ,, , t Av 375. F X ay , Mr. Bayes, Dept. Head LFE. 1 , I 'Y n'A"". ,yay .-:Ls Q4 . v -ga" 279 4 J iv K4 14' I 'f' Ah? , Aug- rv ,uv N 1 A v 6-.f 1 ' L, r H V." -' p 7 .'-V - 4 .,,- , 4.9, ,iv on He 1 f ' " uf -lv' 4-.V 'u' v '1 ' 4.-ji!! v" , Mr. J. O'Brien -s ,V if . , 1 .vc ,,.f9.v. :Je , ' .4 ' - a 2 4 A A F. 'Q , 137' 3, ' vi'- "rw ' N-Q, ' 599. 1:-la ,Q EH. b'? 93, fir YJ" u-1.1. A0 1- Mr. Dussault 4 , ff, -4 I, Qffzf rw ,., ,, - K- Mr. McGiIlivray ., ff! BGG ,,-L Mr. Aladiem ' f I 4 V nl i I I Mr. Creedon Midi f gk YW .,,,,,,,, 4, - 5, .-aww' . 'vcvxwv-M ,My-V l 1 '- x ua 3' Mr. Dunne Mr. Wade N Social 9 Qfudies V V 0 Mrs. Seymour 4 . I , 4 I ' QX X Mr. Coppola ,. ,fr Mrs. J. Poulin , Y r fn, K N Mr. R. Sudmyer Mr. Levy ,U - 4 H i , by ,TV mix ' " my X, f X n 1 I V I 1 Mr. Dorgon Mr. Beard , N e A 4 J i of f, , o A, 4 if fi A 1 M D d Audio- Visual and Television 1 -J ,hx Mr. Noonan M T 'l'ff Work Sfudg Uooupafional Training Mr. McCc + 1. Mnss Lourenco Mrs. Custer Physical Educafion 'N n "N Mr. Summers, Director Mr. R. Martino Miss J. Martino qqyMXll1g,, , 9. 'r,'Q-19 .3 'MX Hr , f Mr. Caputo and Mr. Insalcco 5. '-YQ! 43551. W W2 EMA WS? Il JZ Miss Driscoll 17" Qs. .f x . .38 Mr. Kavanagh Mrs. Mafhieson Miss C. Binghflm 36 . ..,,,.,.,,. , .uv -I gf Pt, I . .5- '2 D v RQ.-,,z' Business Depf. A , I ,M 8 .Z , , v 7 yiQixX-vxx' ,L . Miss Kirby, Dept. Head Mrs. Spifa """'fvm,.., 3 Mr. Zoccorio if Mrs. Myrick Mr. DeII'OIio av, fb Miss Lonergon r Mr. Seeley si Mr. George Cafeferia . W fb I, "Qu M., 14 Tw 'nga' ,I 1 bf' '-'T , , Y I ,I -f .27 . "1 nl! Uur horizons are in our own minds - fhe wider fhe mind, fhe wider fhe horizon W. Rossifer , .... , - ,M--U-W - V K M? 'x.' I , 1 L "I 1 I , , 1 ,Wi 7 f I f u 1 3 4 ' x 0 2 fed 8 I 'ifwgt Y 1 ii Q- 9, omg. na-.. -.4 +9-, -vf-Q-, --..,,.vv-nn.. --...-..,.. .-. Co-presidenfs: Chip Coppola Bob Rhodes Vice presidenf: Andrea D34mafo Qeorefary: Ann Baldwin Treasurer: Debbie Rooney QENIURS "The besf porfion of a good man 's life is his IiHle name- less, unremembered aofs of kindness and love." Wifh sincere appreoiafion, fhe Class of 1973 fhanks Mr. Qfepanian I in s...f2c ,g ,-,,, Junior Class 0fI7oers Clookwise From BoHom Paul Rovinelli . . Presidenf Sieve Kedish . . Vice Presidenf Rhonda Libenson Seorefary Dru Belmonfe . . Treasurer Sophomore Class Uffioers Mifoh Hayes . . . Presidenf Mike Qfebbins . . . Vioe Presidenf Nancy Glew . . . Seorefarg Jodi Sleeper . . . Treasurer Qfeering Commiffee , 1 w I 4 . I , .VV : f 1. ,V .'. Li X 534- if A Class Advisor Mr. Kropp 11" -aff . e""TW 1 fi s at f nf. ff- . .BV rf. .V 1 'f ' EV: ' . L ,, ,glfv 'I 4 I 5 . , Q1 Sf X.: U A gy ia uf ,V Q 4 ,. F ,JAM ,,:,,.z"i,,, , .L .. I ,' o .N b ' V ff 4 Q , If I - '. , V '- A V V A .544 am '1 " 1 Q G ' 'ff ' I V if 5 -J Q x Ab A ,ef . if ,, 1 A , , -r 1 74, 5 09' ,D-.' 1 'El uv 1 .3 ' A ' 'v V Editors Co-editors in chief: Karen Engel Sharon Monahan Seniors: Nancy Potischman Jan Sewell Biography and Verse: Anne Baldwin Lisa Cohen Features and Activities: Cindy Ericson Karen Chandler Reflections: Lois Egasti Mark Hurley Faculty: Rosanne Miconi Sports: Jimmy Udelson Bob Rhodes Business: Rhonda Marks Aff: Susan Savoca Advisor: Mr. Dussault Archon Editors EEF bi If-il 5 E'--lil if-" -E E LLJ Q 14 L1 - an--gan-11 Cindy Seltzer I John, Rich, Joan, Jeff, Mark, Bob THE SPARTAN IS THE PAPER OF THE STUDENTS OF FRAMINGHAM NORTH HIGH SCHOOL. ITS AIMS ARE TO REPORT SCHOOL AND LOCAL NEWS AND TO SERVE AS AN OUTLET FOR STUDENT OPINION. Letters to the editor concerning SPARTAN editoriais and articles, or any school issue are invited at aII times. Letters must be signed and submitted to Room A206 or any of the editors. FRAMINGHAM NORTH HIGH SCHOOL FRAMINGHAM, MASS. ESTABLISHED I963 CQ-EdifQ,-5 Rachelle Cohen News Editor: Assistant News Editor: Feature Editor: Assistant Feature Editor: Senior Editor: Poetry Editor: Sports Editor: Exchange Editor: Art Editor: Photographer: Robert Rhodes Ann Goldstein Richard Paresky Rhonda Marks Kim Korman Joan Schubert John burnim Jeffrey Ward Steven Zenlea WV' Officers President: Jose Cobezon Vice President: Andy Krouner Treclsurer: ,rf Jomi Agins Secretory: Bonnie Hood Upperclassmen Qfudenf Council ui Underolassmen Sfudem' Council Y Officers: President: George Pafferson Vice President: Gary Breitbord Treasurer: Gayle Leinberry Secretary: Laura Corvese Gas., ..b-....-..- Mr. Savage - Advisor Seniors list Rowl Officers: Pres. Tim Noonan, V.P. Stu Brooks, Sec. Jeff Shames, Treas. Bob Morse. l2nd Rowl Buzzy Hollis, Paul Firth, Tom Fisher, Lee Crockeh, Todd Friedenberg, Bruce Gould, Mark Lampie. 13rd Rowl Rich Goldman, Dave Dolac, Bob Russell, Stu Fink, Bob Clouse, John Coski, Rich Pareski. llasf Rowl John Travaligni, Arthur Wallace, Howard Ring, Chris Welling. Key Club Juniors lFront Rowl Officers Jeff, Stu, Bobby, Tim. l2nd and 3rd Rowl Members. Sophomore-s F y-"N IQ J Q lei ,Q vs, .. . I L -.....,,,,, ni? QP pt' fKneeIing1 Joan Schubert, Ann Levin. f2nd Row, Dena Cohen, Sue Shellenburger, Izi Jose Cabezon. Advisor: Mr. Fortier Debafe Club -.,..,. -.,..., 1 Wllilill Sidney Gibley, Marsha Dubnow, Gary Heilegman, Leslie Weissman, Heidi Leinonen. Library ' ' Aids .1 T435 di 4. fu M9 ' '-'s ,. L ,,.,.5iggr: 1. ' is 1 wif i , Hi 23. , .i Af.. , mf,-1--fn V J "J if .AA ' ,'.1"f' X.-. iii ,A 1 -.QT- is .. L J . " v l f!" ,, 1:4 -,416 F ?-1 J . L .Ag wie, f' ,M-'I X' rf , ' P' . ,IL P if - .J-.. C-ff , ggi. . '1 I Cheerleaders Tris Trgysfad, Nancy Leavey, Sue Wood, Pohl Mccua, Captains Jane Donahue and Kathy Jorgen- sen, Sue Halpin, Andrea Welling, Sue Adams, Deb- bie Taricana. lCenlerl Judy Lewis. .TI ,fs i? i 54 . il .te "Ml 1" , 'sf f , nfl' fi V i ul 4 . amaupqg L44 " I . f"'f'?s1'f2':ff f Majoreffes llst Rowj Captains Ann Baldwin and Chris Sweeney. l2nd Rowj N. Bryant, B. Musgrave. 13rd Rowl L. Bagley, P. Mesife, L Smith, L. Musgrave. l41h Rowl J. Agins, D. Olson, G. Wood, C. Ryan, K. Cochran. .Z fi. 1- ," "1 J. x ' I K1 I4 L J. V. Cheerleaders Captain: Nancy Glew loin he qis.4-4- isle L- , Q -2 --sunn- 1 - . -f..4aa.f.i.3:.a... s.'.....aai.,ln , 9 Color Guard fist Rowj Captains Carol Vater and Sue St. Martin. i2nd Rowj K. Breitbord, S, Penn, K. Kwaitkowski, D. Fried, E. Brown, J. Bennett. 13rd Rowj S. Rose, D. Thacker, L. Egasti, R. Libenson, J. Gordella. Nth Rowj K. Henderson, N. Potishman, J. Kinnane, D. Rooney, S. Rizzi. 55 Nelional Honor Soo: efy . . and fhe officers. Presidenf: Jan Sewell Vice Presidenf: Sue Qavooa Secrefary: Melanie Fosfer Treasurer: Tony Marinelli i . Nafional Merif Scholarship Finalisfs E L J Susan, 2 Miles, Jan aa fa if 4 RW' LeHer of Commendafion Winners C 11 ll i w I I a I I I 4 A iff!-f" W F . V A Q x yy H . I y imggl, fm:E41S'f'7""' . ' ffl-Frigliff' ff , '3fn'4-'rf A cy QW A V .A VA- w-!'Z"4' - ' f.,f 1 :"2ff.2w,f ,HH "A 1 ,anal jtha 'J V 1 5 aa 'mmm 4, r 9.045 MVK? D V92 'ivy ,Cf qlf 21, ,sf- v"' Y :wr , lf-1 f-'2??"f.'af 4 ,,f, L, 3214521 fx nf 'A . Zijgff ki' ' ' 5 j I 9 g 'ry 4 1 'f ' ' 'Hn ,lg v'1 'f-Xiu., 'f',,f1: ,elgyjfgah 1 mf' Ap: ', I , 4 ri kfmgv 'rf A . " . ' xpff 24 4 'W 11 . . X I 7,121 Rui, ,I Ip Alf5i,5iegi:7?:r., w 1331. ' 4 , 4",f.. V -1 as ,H ,- -, M ,Q,,g,y - . y s zgle v A , fl, ,Q V7 f, If 'f .ff -- " -,"5.A 22,4 U' ' ' gL,,fp,v47"' ' 'Q ' 3. 7 , ' ' f",L It ' ' 4' fW'f?ff?:i .- Q , jf, A 11 ' f' ,nfrf . f. 54,1 , Yi if 7, 5. 4., 5. 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C "There are no sfrangers in fhe world, only friends fhaf have noi gef mef. " and in Thailand wifh Linda Snow. 'T The T. V. Club "0ommunioafion is fhe very essence of mankind. " The Performing Arfs Club I-1:-111 and ifs officers "Wifhouf fhe felevision and fhe sfage . . oommunioafion in ifs highesf form vanishes, fhus sfifling fhe voice of mankind forever. " "'4fl':.'2.'2llohj The Polgglof Sfaff The Spanish Club K ff? fs 'rf ,N as 5 Z -F19 eafures fgivkg Q P 66 e a S 200 R if IQ f 43 X Yi x,X1 1 mx CHA TEA U VILLE nf 'Q I ' fl I 9 A ' 'X I, 41" 1.3 Q5 MV: 72 , F bb, W f ' 9 rw- , Q l- nf .1 M A-. E Y A ,. . A I i V V 'lx ' .f Q ' 1: Xi' , i -David' I W.- .Q iQ le soir d'elegance 1, 45 .. Tw 5 fn li I i,E, .r-: 1' ' If 2 E 1 Q3 1 E :M . , I . ,1 My, ., .wv "4 n,f,n - , , , . i4 z P 19' T 55" WN, ,R VY k , 1 , I . If , ay: ,. V ,,u , I z , A u L 54.4 rw rf' 'DK' 4' vw I 1' 5iv,wv K ' 44 In KW! w Y XS ft 4' J fr! 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Y ls 'b ,zz I 9 I . gjlwi., 'G x s P' we ,.,g I 931. .22 ' 9? 2- 9 ifffwj, ' ,jfs 4. i :fn ll l ' A714 W -B' ,,, f ...H g .I ,hw 'Y' ,' I 41 V3 , A5 All-Star Kevin Jiggetts breaks through the Braintree defense North was laden with talent this year with eleven returning players. The season was somewhat disap- pointing however, with a 5-9-2 record. Nevertheless, there were some very bright spots. Most notable was a hard fought double-overtime match that ended in a l-I deadlock with Eastern Mass. champ Needham. North placed five men on the Bay State League All-Star Team. The five were Kevin Jiggetts, first team, and Paul Rodriguez, Steve Kurtz, Dan Kallmertin, and Albie Eidleman, second team. Most improved honors went to Jim Udelson, senior class, Bob Sullivan and Dan Kallmertin, iunior class. 4 wi., .-, ., ' ,111 5 " L"' or ts, --,nw .fi-4. 41.--Q.. . ,t y K - I- ' Q - g,.9,.+ff",f,,... M" ' - . "fi t- ve' " , +11 ' ' ' V 4 4 qw , .Q 'J' , ,- .,, 2 1- ,f. ' , M8 4 -1 v X 'anvil ,,w.,, , , - X., A -X , A Joe D'Angeli - Always on the ball High Scoring Forward Albie Eidleman f 2 V ,M J ' :I Sz!" I I , . 44" I 'ws - ,- 5 V. nw' fr i if f4 z Haifa -. ur-f"' 1 ' '7 ,. wif w ' -- - , f f f, Zfi-12?-ff"f3 , .-u?f'7"' f J I if 1' .lfff .51 ,zu '. ,, weary A4 ' 'I " 1 'V , I4 , A 5 'Ar' A F- ' nl "' H I Paradiso saves . . . and gets off a boomer. RECORD lst round 2nd round N Opp. N Opp. Needham I 2 I I Natick O I I 4 Milton 2 O 4 l Braintree l 2 0 4 South I 2 3 3 Wellesley O 3 0 3 Norwood 2 l 3 0 Walpole 4 2 l 4 L 'f . 1' 'W l I -uns-1 1 ' f C . ..---+'- Coach Wheeler KI! s .......-.-... ... . s A... fs' . - ' v aio 'rs ' .val ir 1' ,1 .V ' ' gi ,, , ' I 1 ,-,M X ,527 A ,AV 7-.ff yt fi ' ' LJ? ,GMQQ3 ' I ' 1 'Af ,flag ,A' -.f.- -':,i-f,Qi . ,, w. -'X aff 4' , 1 A , f "'.. ...+A V f-QW.. .s-,owl , '-Vffffff! ' f V-3 ,,, lffpg H f . , . f- ,. ' 1 U ' ' -' ' "f . 49 ' '-V-F-147 fi'-' 'lr - lst.:-:?W'.4. .. 9.-. f. flst Row L-Rl Coach Wheeler, Paul Rodriguez, Jim Murphy, Kevin Jiggetts, Bob Clouse, Steve Paradiso, Mitch King, Andy Janiak. l2nd Row L-Rl Albie Eidleman, Joe D'Angeli, Bob Sullivan, Andy Krouner, Jim Udelson, Steve Kurtz, Lee Crockett, Dave Bolin, Paul Dassau. l3rd Row L-Rl Zorc, Mark Heiligman, John Bolin, Paul Rovinelli, Don Kollmertin. lMissingl lzi Codron, Rick Crawley, Dave Jacobsen, Steve Kadish. - ' nw L-.1411 , .W Captain Andy Janiak 83 - 'Qfaaw 'Wig ,..1 fora l I Scramble -fi-. Fi mn , it d y: f J K W, fs -I - , .1- ar' 2'-T6 A W, I. .. .,.....4nn .,,,,,,-v,,,,,,g..,., , A . . . U . , l , i V ' . , -' -' ,. 1' P . 1 - , 1 E ' A 'W ' " , Qf ' .1 . f., , A VF-Q w - ' Il , .1 ,I A A Q Q Q l 1- - --f 70 f ,. ..f-- iw- ' ' .,-.9.fCSw-.luv-.1571 . K ' we '. ' ' 'Q-N' ' ' , K, A A , .42 .- ,WJ .Mi - I .4 . 4 .V :q,,,T"' , ' t ,qtw 4 -, .. ., - " ' .N ,, Sieve Kurtz Jim Murphy adds his dramatic best to a game. Albie and Lee groovin Fasf Movin . . . Rod pursues Hard-Drivin . . . A' " ww V: :i.3,qyrj.,g 4, t' ' "-354347 f- e:f""9'a ' ' '-an is .., H is U fflq Captain Stephanie Moore, Coach Judy Martino, and Cap- tain Gail Hanson. Field Hockey '72 EJ is rf Strategy Session -Iv, C"' N - L NORTH Opponent i F' W I Braintree 5 2 Natick O O Wellesly l O Walpole 2 I Norwood 2 O Dedham I 0 Fram. So. 5 O Needham 2 Tu I I-P QL-Rl Lauren Tedoldi, Debbie Hall, Barb Donellan, Joan Hart, Stephanie Moore, Teri Huntley, Gall Han- son, Joanne Wax, Jenny Bruce, Judy Bruce, Nancy Gray, Pam McFarland, Mary Sutton, Coach Judy Martino. ,in - It was a disappointing season for the cross-country team, but morale was held high by the spirit and dedication of co-captains Bill Matthews and Mike Merchant. The addition of Karen Goldman, North's first female runner didn't hurt much either. Once again, Coach Conlin was there through the season with constant words of encouragement and advice. Co-Captain Mike Merchant Co-Captain Bill Matthews l I Cross-Country 72 2 . i' Coach Conlin list Row L-Rl Mike Remillard, Phil Kaufman, Mike Merchent lco-captainj, Bill Matthews lco-captainl, John Giangrego rio, Jim Remillard. l2nd Row L-Rl Tom Anderson, Jim Byrant, Mark Anderson, Mark Melzger, Steve Rubin, Steve Bunich. l3rd Row l.-Rl Mike Lougham, Bob Farrell, Steve Peseckis, Bruce Bonzi, Stu Brooks, Tom Fisher, Chuck O'Neil Karen Goldman. 86 it Deferminafion of The Mind As Well As fhe Body . N 0" 'K if if r iv ' ,v .U 4 fl' W", y Determination E 1 im ran-S The finish W.-Q ,.. .. ...H Q , -..... V -, Q.. :'ll I . 1,5 I .,.. ,'l,g1: i ,,,h.,..,: 'Ml . . . Norfh vz lr 4' 3, ,i,.:.1v gs"? f is y .3 ,A .Q Y A l Er Looks Like fhe Team To Beef. . . " - SM Daily News Qepf. '72 W' . . 1 ' T f - ' . , H., .. x , ,, 4 if 4 YE?" rr, ,ww-. , . , .-...gf - . - f rf M-f av .. Kwai. f. JL.. D f , . - ,- , ...v -. , . . . , w'....4w.g..:: -2 , tag. x 4' W-' .-fa. , . ' of .1 1J,s- - ' M .ffl "--i 1 ' .. , 5' xr: f.,.Qi' , ' U .- M. . .I Q. I Fw xi... ., , , ' . . i X we - . 'ff Jn, " K - ,. ' X ' V X-" 1 'Vis' 'L I H V ., 5" e L iQ N PM f - f ' :if . s. , '- f2.ff'Q,,3,,..wa' ' , 5 vu af A fig: .411 ' fwzf V' . -' x . r . . ., ' ' . Y' , "' T ' ' H-, ""' w. - "1 A ....f'fff'5g12u 21,-E" .'f '- . iff ""- - ,. ITA ' l N. 'I 4' 2' ' '- '93, .NV ,4.'4..'....3'57" Backs: llsl Rowl Ferraro, Hogan, Curran, Winn. l2nd Rowl Shemp, Ginsberg, M. Sullivan, Rhodes. Coach lnsalaco N ee MBU' g 5869561920 5 2' f of I , if I - 0 ' R 9 ..-...,-.-f1ntii.,e QVYFQQ Line: list Rowl Grant, Wilson, Travis, Samoluck, Culgin, Moynihcn, Morse, Counoyer, Cantwell. 12nd Rowl Berie, D. Kecweney, Conti, Polley, Ellsworth, Keseto, Enrighl, Parker, Breen, Bertrand, Edwards. i Qparfan - , ,rf r ,, 2 Foofball 5-1 U I l W K I C O 4 nn- - fs ' -'-1 Coach Insalaco gets his boys ready. ,fi F X Ir Y ,, QF Co-Captain Chris Wilson Co-Captain Tom Winn .W , yi - . Us , ,. . , SA L .Q .E -ga ri-w.-1: " . ,P . .. "t TJ . Q A . 0 " ," .-' . 33'-7"--'. 4 f vel5qff'!7f1a7"'2sf. lol-. . ff,,'Q'lXD E EMAQSSFSBAQ if' 44: Que i7o,5.7gg3QQk:si14,i7 42,1 65""5' 9 S7 Pahshndl' Tyr .Pr list Row L-RJ Coach Caputo, Mr. Summers, Curran, M. Sullivan, Hogan, Moynihan, Travis, Bertrand, Conti, Wilson, Winn, J. Breen, Ginsberg, Kaseta, Culgin, Enright, Polley, Coach Insalaco. 12nd Row L-Rl Coach Dineen, Borgati, Rhodes, Edwards, Berte, Cantwell, Parker, Morse, Cournoyer, Ellsworth, Samoluk, Shemp, D. Keaveney, Ferraro, Grant, Traner Coppola. l I l3rd Rowl-Rl O'DelI, Desilets, Nessin, Larson, Seward, Powers, Bonvini, Mandel, Keaveney, Maley, Paradiso, Biddle. Mth Row L-Rl Maude, Luker, Lauginager, B. Sullivan, Pahren, Babineau, - Ludden, Thomas, MacNeil, Waugh, Ferran. 89 Excitement Every Saturday .' .AN ii- W Q lv 1 Q fb 'V One picture labovel is worth 1000 yards. Tom Winn, high in talent and humility, scored an unbeliev- able II6 points this season. He became the first North player ever to be selected to both maior Bos- ton papers' All-Scholastic teams. Widely recognized as the state's outstanding back, Tom led North to one of its finest seasons ever. Spirit played a big part It was quite a year for North's gridsters, coming very close to the league championship. The team featured the best offense in the league, racking up well over 200 points in the nine games, and a clutch, well-rounded defense, which was great against both the pass and the run. Big moments during the season included a crushing victory over South, and a brilliant Thanksgiving Day shutout over powerful Walpole. The Confrontation ,-Wfv ' Opp. h , 1 - . K-,. A K - W M i A , f ,L ,A -. , :X F5 A x. 1 'l' 'wi L.-n mm, ' ,, y'NQ , C' " L , -- rm I' - W mmf' M.-- na: l ' I Jug KA H N Xt' I1 A as P as f X f X ' ' 'X 1 ' f-1 f .-Q' ' L. ,. 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Winn and Sullivan went undefeated in b the dash and 600, respectively, during dual meets. l ' Y. r-"Qi 1 2' f' l i i f If gffvf in-4 i ' f ,,, H - , ' - ,, ,,.,g.,- , if WWW nf T , ., .4 gllfffmftjl 'VI' 5: ,A - ,il 4, mg., . , , V - V , ' '- . - "ff-vi-,f 1 " r"'Kf S hm- , 1 2 , v t Y' www ,, Y f l d 1 Winn Placing First i l 5 F I ref zisqzvw, M1 ' f fil x ' 'w-A' 'H - 1 v T " " "1 kiln! ' L, ,, 'fwffi 5 1 V A wg AQ . fa f ' ,fd V . fbi! f 7,57 tc: I .,, ,V 0 ,4,:A4M 'S qt , gi 1 f., ! , 7 it 0 , 5 ' amz? t , - .2 f , f 3 vm , ,V 9 mi l l l l l QL ' A ww l .Mn I ,.,,.,,.7 fFront Row L to Rl Bonvini, Bove, Loughmann, Daley, Kurtz, Nesson, Davitt, Anderson. lRear L to Rl Coach Trychon, Farrell, Tobal, Bryant, Sullivan, Winn lCapt.l, Noonan, A. Janiak Ludden, Metzger, Curran lCapt.l, Bonzey, Coa-:h Dineen. lMissingl Conti lCapt.l, Brooks, P. Janiak, Kaseta, Keaverey, Libenson, Nalepa, Papadellis, Ribeizo, Rubin, Sampson l Schneiderman, Talland, Weinbaun. Track f ,':,,q,,, iw 2, , V 1 Pvrva -.1-49" 1 M. w B , , 1. vnu , -4-3.4,-v , , Q f- g Le ,img .. - A K.14,"1v .-Q ,W ' 7, M, My -gf ' . "jfi'gg:yf41-,Q 'E Jr.-6 'i-"HTH 15" 'iid '4ff?5A'3 "-gli -- fwffx " fwfmr . VM , :'. :h!"f',, ,, ,, 1s.vfr,I', jx , ,f'1 Bird and the I2 lbs. Egg. Boys' Gymnasfics v-A vlll"i :ff if v A ' Hi .Bl Capt. Bisson, o real Swinger. 5 '-61 O'Neil horsing around 'G 1 fp, N A' "A" S. 4 b, if Q f X N lk If 1 5 fi ,...- ..,.--,...,,.... .... ,.. .. -. .., V ylgl l I , MA., .M i malt-nn-J' 'A , 5 M g 5 Coach Steeves giving Fegan a quick pointer. 'V y Q j a C ii ' ' N 4 1' 3 i a I I I ,l -if: il L 1. 1 fi if T' li ' V I r i i I i 'w i i i as H f f "3 K ' 0 q 4 Y 14 v Cenierf Bisson, Capt. Row I: C. DiManno, Brown, C. O'Neil, J. O'Neil, Fegan, Williams, Egosii. Row 2: Coach Sfeeves, Cohen, Wiseman, Soodack, Flynn, Lynch, D. DiManno, Asst. Coach Pafferson, Hayden, Flonnigan. el Girls' Gymnasfics ' . 'F 'fy 5 1 D 6 f l s If L' , 'f .wr '7 l ' 5 , . -' ' ' "I Y L . 2 ' " Q 5 . , . ' - ' ' 5 rr "Q, A ' ' E s- ' 4 1 ' 1 .A ' . , . :L I ' 5 N i QFron? Row L to RJ M. COSSELCI, C. Seavey, D. Gclmbone, L. Brihon, T. Smifh, P. DeAngelis, A. Dobbins, D. Gambone, E. Heckman, K. Ferran, B Hegarfy. 12nd Row L to RJ B. Pomstein, K. Goldman, K. Pagel, V. Moretski, V. Champa, A. Lewis, V. Meadows, D. Particelli, J. Gregorio, D. Dallamora S. Scagnelli, L. Hemmel. . ,nj n A.4.5f I Up and over. L3 if 'Z 1 , i rf, . .V E' L l Wresflin X N5 A X 1 swf ,Mfg . - .N-. M H ...... "1- ..fv ,,,.,, . V., M9 ,...,.........j-agugpn ,vfwvlflii ,I f ' ' 'ima-... 2571 .11 ,W no--'L' 11.1.4 i. x -... 99 .. 1 , . W V 525 -I wzV,,,, ,, 1 I H 1 , 9 as-3. 4 , - I ,,:g,.'- .-sv 'fr A . f f, M4-'2"'f' , fW3,5.M-gvgggzygiQi,-ig.. ,Ay 1, JMLQ ,' ' g' V , 'HW ,gg :S 1 lizl? f ,,., 6, y g,f.,f.:f.'pg 42-,1g,,,,1! z,1H,,,f N ,4 : . , V sa, ,, JY .4 ,Q kg,,,,,,-2, .- A ,, v v mum.-f.,so4,..rpM.-wfwf-1 I 1 5? pggqqgpf Q-.n.-mwmulowwv W' .tl , 1 , ., N...--1-.W---W-M0-'Q , A4,,.,, A . V, 9 , J. V I--M 0910907 7 v E 'V -,st .W 1. r' 'N ' g ' r av' v r 1 a . 5 3 1 .,. ' W Y Wwvvflhvnv in -wx' :QL Who! a dancer! I bet you say that to all the girls. Coach Kovanaugh and Captain Guigli watch grappling duel. U W , uf M3136 '52 Q - - L .. fRow 1 L-RJ Tibberi, Pisello, R. McLean, J. Remillord fCclp?.j, Guigli fCcpf.J, Morse, Wilson, Hogan. fRow 2 L-Rl Coach Kovanaugh, S. Beling, Alcroff, Moguin, C. Beling, Larson, K. McLean, M. Remillord, Porficelli. 1 " " 'f .J ' 'C X ' K " ' A . T-if if 'U . 6 ,Q uw , H L ,, 21 1339, . K M,7,g A'. ,.p,x .f, ,,--z., VN fm , 1 BX wsgfgx' ,'1,5,j'ic. iff' A-f ,f.. , . , w ' Zkviw ..., .1 -V .him W, 9 ,f L.g. 'Y ,Bugs t, v ' "' 4 'JV ., A f' hug 2 V . -5 V 'V 4 . 4 1 ,, V 4 4- nov- l- I ,---H ,W Guige putting him on his back. Pheew!! .SN I f 9 . "fLh w I ' 2. V 1 ,I .3 ,. .. '.,,W4. - -1- . Q , J l I si' 1 2 I . Ll! lBottom Row L to Rl Head Coach McDevitt, J. Bridge, J. Lerner, D. Reilly, Capt. K. Enright, J. Murphy, S. Mague, Asst. Coach Salvi. lTop Row L to RJ Asst. Mgr. J. Stevens, A. Krouner, B. Thomas, D. Crossley, R. Linet, M. Lebason, K. Burns, Mgr. C. Maude, Asst. Mgr. Sauer. lMissingl A. Babineau. The '72-'73 Spartan Hoopsters were a young team, with only three seniors most of the way, 6'4" Forward Ken Enright, an All-Star candidate, 6' Forward Jeff Lerner, o steady performer, and 5'9" hustling guard Dan Reilly. The team was involved in some tough luck games, but they worked together and showed progress and some promising things to come. Captain Ken Enright drives. 1 s x Rick Linet AH ' l HPC: JI rx N J X 1' N '..... Q' ' ,iii 'ia .di 104 JV's Hs? Row L io R1 Manager Sievens, Comiskey, Krasnoff, Burns, Samoluk, Manager ' Sauer. 12nd Row L to RJ Hedrick, Liner, Hagopiay, Werner, Schiavi, Fitch. Coach K. Solvi. fMissingj McGrath. Varsity Hockey - Best Ever Q . .... I Q 1 - . 1,48 . ' 2 . Q 1,11 ' x 'tl W " , ---- , .C ' 3. t," H' ,' '1 'A - ' Q A " , , ' ' '-. . 1 ' 45.12, ' ' . . v f v X' ' 'll Co-Capt. Mike Merchant winds up for action . . . as goalie Steve Davis prepares Team spirit and talent was the key as the '73 Spartan hockey team, led by co-capt.'s Mike Merchant and Chuck Behrm- ann, proved to be the best in North's history. Because more than half of the starters are underclassmen, this year's success points to an even brighter future. .lf-rkh rv-"f" 1-gv1lll!lG" 'Vi llst Row L to Rl Steve Davis, Paul Rodriguez, Chuck Behrmann, Mike Merchant, John McAvay, Steve Sekalis, John Handrahan, Gary Coville. l2nd Row L to Rl Asst. Coach Coppolla Rick Keaveney, Mark Donnelley, Joe Walker, Chris Wiebe, Bob Gumbert, Al Cassucci, Coach Minarsky. 105 53 H QA wld A 'Y ' W i ,gf 5' 92 If P r f yn . , ga W- Y .,,,,, M "W, Zfla4J'?"" " 0, Season . . . mi gl' naw" M4 IOD 'VSOWQW "Hx ' ""M'z:z' " -1. M x , 4 V .fi ,,., , ,f A, gl To Remember Highlights of the season include two wins over Natick, a come from behind win over Wellesley, and John Handrahan's 4 goal scoring burst in the first game. The players feel that much of their success is due to their young, dedicated Coach George Minarsky, who has brought North hockey ci long way. X 'lit s X -N' .xx M af a . x s j ,M ' 49" A V9 'K E ' Co-Captains Mike Merchant and Chuck Behrmann fir hblwwym. , ,.a- ' ' , 5 .wiv .- M, V. .,.,,...,,w-nzw, m.Wlf!:f:samw...,.2.., i . A6-A-ancZQs ,W ,gnc 7 08 if lil ll"v. J Y Wil T," fl, Z ,r ' ' Vg. l 1 4, 1 1 1 5 . 4' fe , , A 'I fl . '- 76 ,I ' . ff',f,' 1' ,, X f 1 ' 'ffm Girls Basketball at ww. .LQ Q " 5, 2. l lBack Rowl G. Hanson, P. MacFarlane, C. Cunningham, K. Loughman, J. Quinlan, coachg Judy Martino. lFront Rowl J. Bruce, J. Wax L Tedoldi, J. Bruce, D. Malone. t WINS North vs. Norwood 29-26 vs. Natick 53-33 vs. South 32-25 vs. Wellesley 33-30 vs. Dedham 51-52 vs. Milton 41-28 vs. Needham 52-42 LOSSES vs. Walpole 33-43 mm.7,, NOR H 1' X "' 1 . N 'Ape' X x 'Z , ,,.. 523 1--" ' . Coach Martino H ll .62 . 9 3693? maa- if ,iii Q- 'I , ! 1: A XA J I x S Gb ' I ,'.,.,Qn I 4, ve,-f, ,4 'V 'f at f' I O, gg , 1 A I , , . . , ' 5 195. Q- im' Q , 7. 552 5? I I 1 I I 5 .f 3 .,-J ,Hu . , f W V WZMFQQ 'I , ,1, , I , ,, . ,,,, I ' -Mtg :Liu ' 3- v., P15361 ,,, ,.p . J. V. XA U15 ' ,,Jl' Coach Binghgm A ...f' 'X-ss 1 F' 2 Wins - 6 Losses ,,n,.a4 ! sf 'fc .Om .Y- N 3.. , , if 1-sf. I - li? , I-Qrgfffk uf ' ' ul .ff 5- , 451 .1 'L 1: . Q . ga 5 . , 1 f',.a b tv ....,, W -up. H -5'Qi'!i, J I 1 I .l., 1 f 32" " I I 1 anf.v If lv" Nfl-Z., N I 4 n Y J' 5 J 4.9 V -496 5 X 4 .Ag L f- cas 35 W Q I in . wfqiq G 'vp ,..t .4 nl? mx... -v ' M ,Q . U- . I -. . -1.3 ., .. 1 . ,, , ... .M mill l - I 'uh - 1"'.' HYIP , lk,4 I' VL! 'H 'Nl I! V !'j"3j2f14'!:M'H """Iw'l-1 , u. .,,..af - bf' 674-2 Vggf ' - V -1 -.54 Q' 1 - 'pw .M ,WJ ' 1 ...UL . ...4,.,,.,, ,, nun-ng! 'tv M t-,,,..- -W , Y ,, 1' ,f'p'+' 4 4' ,Q 9. ,fn iw ""wul, . Q 5 "W I A- A f- I 1' ' ll . -'1 lgfqi, u 1' ' ,..4--. lg vi fl LOlS ABELLI Business School "Keep your lace always toward the sunshine, and the shadows will fall behind you." A warm and congenial red-head . . . Always reading or making candles . . . Great memories of Jack and the '71 Natick game . . . Secretarial world awaits her ROCCO AGOSTINO College "From wine what sudden friend- ship springs" Behind the quiet, soft-spoken exterior lurks an active wit that's hard to match . . . Interesting . , , i LQ ' I I r Wir , fr. QD, ' if ' v'1'.f1f3,i sl ' 'wifffgff l - lj i' 1. ' I f t :S ,.-IJ, 'J , Tffxfi 'CTA i' izflgiiiffi 1 5-1: .'L"'ffi?f-'11 A f -I ' . i- we,-. - -1 . JONATHAN ANDREW Jonathan Undecided . .Mysterious. . .Rocky. . . I ,se 'i EMILY AMBLER Emily College "I wish for the world to loin hand in hand, that is Happiness." Emily, shy, quiet, and reserved . . . loving every minute of life, her warm and worthy nature points to a successful life. "To laugh through life is to cut it short." Likeable, understanding, and in the swing of things . . . deserving and out for the good times . . . one who T knows what he wants and what he is i doing. l ill! STEPHEN AHEARN Undecided "Happy am I, from care I'm free!" Carefree, confident and devilish . . . excitement and good times always . . . Steve, friends come firstl if za? if "as- WILLIAM AMEN i College Always ready with a joke . . . wants to be where the action is and usually is . . . yet enjoys seclusion . . . calm, conscientious and con- fident. . . TED ALDERMAN College "Why sleep, you might miss a party!" Ted . . . enioys people and music . . . carefree, happy . . . looks ahead to a bright future and a good life . . . a wild spirit, a free soul. rl CARL ANDERSON Carl College "Too err is Human - to forgive is divine." Carl . . . quiet and loyal . . . a warm, sincere smile . . . many friends, many interests . . . hap- piness ahead. KATHLEEN ALLEN Kathie College "l om content with what I have, little be it, or much" Always smiling, friendliness is the password to her heart . . . many memories complete her dreams. ELIZABETH ANTONUCCI Red College "ln God we trust." A carefree comical heart and a dar ing spirit . . . radiant hair, Liz, future in art. ROBERT ARCIERI Bob College "The good and wise lead quiet lives" Sensitive and quiet . . . deep thoughts and deeds . . . a true friend . . . interesting imagination, sincere DEAN ASKIN Polthergeistkotzdonderhoploits!l! .45 C7 SUSAN MARIE AUSTIN Sue College "My only interest is in the future because l plan to spend the rest of my life there" Natick High - "overload" January I3 . . . tray duty . . . Sax Library. . . o freckled beauty. AVN -r""' 'vs ROBERT BACON Bob "Resolve to be thyself" Doesn't follow the crowd . . . amusing remarks . . . happy go lucky with a serious side . . . out for a good time. V'--Q YL." ANNE G. BALDWIN Annie College "Summer breeze makes me feel fine." Bubbly, active and alive . . . many friends and memories . . . cute and popular with a smile for everyone . . . parties and good times always. . . Beboppin' Baldwin JEANNE MARIE BARNES Barnsie College "The grass is high . . . the fields are ripe. It's the springtime of my life. Sensitive and caring, giving off rays of goodness as the sun gives off rays of light, 2 Pedros . . . summers at Marshfield and Watertown . . . The fearsome threesome . . . always ready for fun DEIDRE ATLAS Dee-dee College Individual, intelligent, indispensa- ble, success comes naturally . . . music, art, people . . . a never ending knowledge of man RHONDA ARCNSON Rhonda College Home is where her friends are, sub- tle, humor runs through her conver- sation, sincere and independent Rhonda A 1 . - Env -diff 'tho T MICHAEL BARROWS Mike "The art af life is to know how to enioy a little and endure much." A genuine person, pleased with life . . . runs a fast pace . . . Mike - a helpful soul and an amiable friend. ROBERT JOSEPH BATER Master College "You might as well laugh at yourself once in a while - ever- yone else doesl" Maroon Impala . . . you deserve a break today . . . third parking space on the left - Yarmouth Hotel ll5 ROBYN HOLLIS BERENSON Robyn College "Stand still and look until you really see." Memories of Biology in BIO9 . . . Fun times with great friends . . . Always ready for a good time . . . Friendly and easy going . . . Robyn. ww .ml BRIAN BATZER Brian College "lf you're not ahead, you're behind." Lives life for its fullest . . . An understanding friend . . . Enioys the merriment of life . . . Never a loss for word . . . Brian. DEBORAH BAYE Debbie College "I was important to myself only because without me . . . I was not able to do anything for any- one." Stephen Cheerful, and smiling . . . brightens up the day . .. A "Hil" to everyone . . . Sincere, a photography nut, Creative . . . a great person, a true friend. CHARLES BEHRMANN Chuck Mechanic "Laughter is a gift to a silent world." The corn fields, the bird . . . Sand pets . . . Upstairs C corri- dor . . . Good times with good friends . . . Chuck. 'sr' My i"""" MARLA BERMAN Marla Undecided Natural, earthy, free . . . Looks forward to the wide fields of Alaska and a certain someone . . . The Cape, Boston and R. B. I I ilb QT" ERIC BERGSTROM Eric College Blond and masculine. A pleasant and understanding nature smile . . . many memories of great spent with old and new times friends. CONSTANCE ANN BERRINGER Connie College "Sky be my depth, and wind, be my width and my height." Beautiful, blond, and earthy . . . Connie - boldly individual and sensitively intelligent . . . blue eyes and that warm, husky voice . . . positive success in the future. in-. PETER BERTE Pete College Amiable, sociable, dependable, . . . A certain shyness which dwindles when friends are near . . . always a friendly smile . . . 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Ytfivv ,I nlfl' RICHARD BISSEN Rick College Enjoys life as it comes . . . con- genial and cheerful . . . ready to make anyone smile . . . an impressive gymnast . . . happi- ness ahead . . . t 5 MICHAEL BITTLE Mike College Fun loving and friendly . . . a sports fan . . . fond of good times . . . happy with the pres- ent but looking forward to the future, Mike . . . SUSAN JOY BLOOMBERG Sue College "To have looked back upon your life with satisfaction, is to have lived twice." Sue - Honest, sincere, thought- ful and fair - a type in fact that's very rare. Qfx iff' EDWARD BONADIO Ed College Ed . . . accepts people for what they are . . . likeable and con- cerned . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . well-liked by all A"" WILLIAM BONEAU Bill College "Liberty consists in doing what one desires" Bill - Friendly, fond memories of his senior year . . . always ready for a good time, his com- pany is enioyed by all his friends. . :xy E if :-, 113 TTY' MICHAEL BLOOM Mike College Friendly, devilish, and one of the guys. Summer nights at West- boro . .. great memories of great times with great friends. H7 NAGUA BOUTROS Nagua College "ln the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thought of meaningful encounters, ecology and social encounters." Exoticaly mysteriuos . . . Brilliant in every way . . . treasures of life not yet fulfilled. 'iv-if 'Ir Au "S-,-0. H8 JOHN BONNER John "Actions speak louder than words" John . . . a fast walker, a great planner . . . a new head of red . . . determined and forthright - he takes his own course. DENNIS ALLAN BORGATTI Butch College "Life is too short to be dull." Quiet. . . Friendly . . . Butch . . . Easy going . . . His maroon mus- tang . . . One of the guys from Lor- ing . . . Friends and fun forever. KEVIN M. BRADLEY Kevin College A man who stands far above the crowd . . . Funny, friendly, free . . . Motivated by people, Music and devilish pranks . . . The world's his playground. JOHN WILLIAM BREEN Knute College "Wish not so much to live long as live well." Warm brown eyes and a smile to match . . . General, outgoing, ath- letic and self-confident . . . Hi honey . . . Likes skiing, girls and weekends . . .Jackie. BRUCE BONZEY Bruce College "Remember this planet is also dis- posable." Bruce . . . Athletic, outgoing . . . Fun to be with . . . Girls and cars . . . Always places to go, things to do . . . A very active person . . . Bruce. FLORA BRADBURY Flora Secretarial School "Every diplomat must watch his appease and accuse." Wide-eyed, big grinned light-hearted . . . easy going . . . A Very friendly, and thoughtful person . . . Flora. fl? "" 'v ffggfk CZ? PETER ERIC BREEN Shemp College "A man is revealed by his manner" Shemp . . . one of the guys . . . the life of the party . . . Please let me introduce myself, l'm a man of wealth and fame . . . always where the action is ff' ROBERT L. BOUDREAU Boud "There are things that are known and things that are unknown, in between are doors." Travel The short kid with the big grin . . . "I've got no monkey on my back." . . . laughing . . . sum- mers at the overflow . . . good times foolin' around . . . with Boud, life is a constant high. KEVIN P. BRADLEY Kevin Energetic, independent, and outgoing . . . so many friends and so many memories . . . Sax Square . . . finding good times easily . . . Kevin. STUART BROOKS Stu College "the world is built on strong men and strong minds." An easy smile and happy nature, with an ever- present laughter. One of our runners . . . hard working and a great guy. fsfi rp ,fa JAMES BRYANY Jim Alive and alert . . . a happy-go-lucky, Blue eyed blond . . . always full of fun . . . Jim, sports minded and on the go! WARREN BRETT Boody Likeable and sociable . . . a friend to all . . . Boody . . . memories of Sax and parties . . . casual and easy going . . . lives life to its fullest. 1-A VICKY BROWN Vicky Wild, and vivacious . . . a mischie- vous manner . . . D girls room . . . a friendly hi for everyone . . . Vicki, where the fun is. YU STEVEN M. BUNICK Steve "The true meaning of life is not length but honesty." College Steve . . . energetic, powerful . . . where it's at is where he wants to be . . . clever, curious, captivating . . . Hail to thee. LISA ANN BRITTON College An individualist glowing with confi- dence and friendliness . . . Proud, strong, graceful and smiling - the essence of a gymnast, the beauty of Lisa. "Time is the dying sun in the late afternoon that melts in our win- dow and spills upon the floor." EILEEN BROWN Eileen College "Be for enough away from your emotions to smile ot anything just a little." Memories of those weekends and the neighborhood. R.F. She doesn't have to impress anyone with a loud mouthed style . . . quiet, gentle and peaceful. WARREN BUMPUS Skip Undecided "Oh at last, school's out forever!" Quiet, concerned, involved . . . his friends come first before himself . . . A true humanitarian . . . Skip, a bright future is awaiting. JAMES BURKE Jimmy "Right at my feet - and when did you get here, snail" Always into something . . . Gary and his friends . . . Outgoing and exciting, always laughing . . . Jimmy. l 6 au TT' 'f"'Y L '93 X GLEN BRUENELL Glen Smiling and flirtatious . . . one of the gang . . . many memories of Sax . . . a wise guy with an attractive personality . . . everyone's friend, Glen. 'LT ll9 Outward and ahead . . . good times STEVEN BURKE Steve College lf you do not get it from yourself, where will you go for it?" man . . . little farms gang . never knowing what to do next . Steve. QTVTVQ JAMES CAMPBELL Soupy Law Enforcement "He who is content has all he needs." Friendly casual manner . . . self content . . . an easy going indi- vidual . . . interested and aware . . . direct . . . impressive . . . Jim. 120 CHARLES BYSTOCK Charlie College Carefree and happy to be a sen- ior . . . good times with the guys and an asset to every party . . . a fun guy to have around W1 ROSS CAMPELL Ross College "Old taxes never die, they just turn up under a different name." Funny and adventurous . . . a thinker of depths . . . mischie- vous and outgoing . . . Ross PHYLLIS CAGAN Phyl College "A smile for every friend, a friend for every smile." Warm brown eyes flash with sin- cerity and friendliness . . . Famous and group of "72 and 73" . . . that night at Honey- well! . . . Phyllis, the world is at her feetl PATRICIA CANELLI Pat College "A sunny disposition is the very soul of success" A soft voice and a heart . . . good friends, good times, and a good future complete her dreams . . . Pat, sincerity and truth defi- nitely her virtues. DIANE SUE BURKIN Diane College "I never found a companion that was compatible as solitude." Diane, a good friend with good ideas! . . . memories of four great years at FNH . . . a bright Future REBECCA ANN CANTER Beckey Business School "If you smile at me I will under- stand, cause that is something everyone does in the same lan- guage." Always ready for fun . . . never afraid to express what's on her mind . . . Love and Peter . . . Plans a career as a secretary . . . "Where's Pam?" . . . NORMAN CANTIN Norm College "Strongest minds are often those of whom the noisy world hears least." Finds excitement in anything he does . . . challenges life's regu- larities . . . sensible and smart . . . a good natured guy. WILLIAM STEPHEN CANTWELL Donna College HAROLD CAPLAN Bill College "Faith is the soul riding at Harold College anchor." "Seek and ye shall find." Big Bill . . . memories of Leon's . . . nights out with the guys Our tooth specialist . . . sincere Mysterious nature . . . a real and football . . . easy-going in her ways . . . to many words smart guy . . . Harold, a doctor and friendly . . . enjoys good are too few . . . a friend to all Io be sure . . . success is sure to friends and good times . . . COITIE . . . MARILYN CAPLAN Marilan College "Whistling in the dark does not bring light." Marilyn studious, a real concerned and involved humani- tarian . . . wisdom overcomes age . . . watch out world -- Marilyn's on her way . . . MARY CARTER Mary College Sincere, thoughtful, and sensitive . . . dedicated to herself and close friends . . . many happy memories of high school . . . her many talents will lead her to success fi-of ,J KAREN GAIL CHANDLER Karen College "Time is too slow for those who wait, too swift for those who fear, too long for those who grieve, too short for those who rejoice but for those who love, time is eternity. , Karen . . . quiet but with moments of laughter . . . always smiling and ready to help . . . memories of a good junior year and great parties . . . a sure success . . . j "if .fe X fbi CYNTHIA M. CHAMBERLAIN Cin College "To exist is one thing, exist to live is still another." Tall and Blonde . . . vivacious and outgoing . . . never ending memories of J. J., S. B. A .... Here's a true friend to the end ...Cherish. .. if f 'i '-sf .eff PHILIP L. CHAMPAIN il College . . California or Bust . . . " A real beach boy . . . a new- comer to our school . . . a lot of good friends thanks for joining us, Phil . . . .04 LQ... KAREN ANNE CHEW Casey College "Tell someone you're a loner and they think you're lonely. It's not the same thing, you know." Memories of Ame's house . . . the guys, a special W. N .... Hyannis . . . and of great friends . . . Karen, a warm and peaceful person but ready for fun. l2l RONALD W. CHAISSON Crash Navy "And what they dare to dream of, BARNETT CHILDRESS BARN DEBORAH CHRISTIAN they dare to do." College Debbie "Kids in trouble are turning to the "Your greatest wits have ever a Lives for today . . . that devilish pusher for, peace and understand- EVANTHIA MARIA CHOBAN touch of madness." smile which reveals his mischievous ing that they'll never find. Eva College nature . . . an endless supply of energy . . . 53 Chevies and the Prom. His casual cool manner " makes Ronnie a unique person. 9 Q-c IZIDORE CODRON lzi College 'iOh America, with thy faults I still love you." Puzzling reflections in a mirror . . . simplicity and abstractness, youth and age . . . Izi, intelligent and sen- sitively perceptive . . . possessor of a thousand expressions and memo- ries of countless American friends l22 Quick comments and a quick wit Migchieyougl wild, Qnd free , , , Happy, pretty and active . . . a . . . her own kind of laugh . . . won' fo Skip" I , , always on fhe caring person . . . someone really popular and funny, mischievous o . , . good times rule his being. SPBCICI- and happy. KENNETH STEVEN CLARK Clarky Business "A new dawn breaks for those who are ready" Memories of the corner, a certain island in Quincy, the Cape and good times with great friends that will last forever! - -is fts i.. -IW' f'?9' GRACE E. CLARK Grace College "Tomorrow is always another day." A happy face, a pleasant personality . . . the guys at South . . . Stevie . . . Wed- nesday? Good times with many friends, Grace always counting the faces. has-nan., 'WUYV '4 qn'1"" ROBERT G. CLOUSE "To succeed one must first define what success is" A strong competitor who is dedi- cated to anything he undertakes . . . a hearty laugh and a hearty heart . . . one of our key clubbers . . . a free spirit, comi- cal nature DEBRA A. CIVITAESE Debbie undecided "All we need to make the day go better is to remember our friends, or maybe one friends face." Animated . . .sparkling smile .. . unforgettable memories of Natick, good friends and good times . . . Debbie - good things come in small packages. . , DEBRA ANN COFMAN Debbie Pretty, friendly, and always in a good mood . . . a pleasant com- panion . . . to Debbie, no one is a stranger - she sees everybody as her friend. DENA FAY COHEN Dena College "lt is a quiet worker who always succeeds." Studious, Ambitious . . . Involved with everything , . . success is defi- nitely coming her way. MARY DEBORAH COLEMAN Mary College "You can't always get what you wont, but if you try sometimes, you just might find you'll get what you need," Natick High School, Jan I3 - Tray Duty, left turn at Wayland Center, always quiet, Bowdoin College, RACHELLE REA COHEN Rachelle College "one should never strive toward only one goal, for if they then fail, there is nothing to turn to." Crazy and warm . . . Rachelle - bubbling over with enthusi- asm and energy . . . a dedi- cated person and a true friend . . . our editor . . . her smile brightens up everyone's day. RONI COHEN Roni Travel School "He thinks a few, he speaks with many." Quiet, shy, kind . . . many var- ied friends, many varied skills . . . devoted and true, we want to thank you. LISA ANN COHEN Lisa College "Don't live for what was, but for what will be." Lisa . . . warm and friendly, with a smile for everyone . . . lots of fun to be with . . . always trying and oft'times succeeding . . . good memories of tennis and vacations in the sun . . . a sure leader. 3 'tx 12 f '17 17X Tluni' 1 5""iv lo' 4:1 DEBRA R. COLE Debbie Nursing School "lt matters not how long we live, but how." Cheerful and eosygoing . . . a true friend to be with and always ready for fun. 5? 'arf -1 - KJ f 'Wig' Vet igtfgs, A 41 'TT-oe' FRANK COLGAN Frank Warm, understanding, and quiet . . . a tranquil confidence . . . a unique sense of humor . . . Frank at home with friends and good times. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH COLLINS Cathy Marriage Talking, laughing, joking, and constantly putting her foot in her mouth . . . she hides her head under a dash-board . . . memo- ries with K. C., J. C., G. R., and Sax, Bobby and Kath .141 123 RICHARD B. COLLINS Rick "A good nature stems from peace of mind." Warm and well-liked . . . thoughtful kind, and compla- cent . . . his sincere and peaceful aura shines on ev- eryone. RICHARD J. COLLINS "A man is revealed by his calm manner." Shyly smiling . . . quiet and pensive . . . friendly . . . searching and seeking new horizons, and bound to catch the sun. EUGENE KARL CONTI Gene College "The world is made of win- ners, losers are only in one's mind." Without true friends in life, life is not wortl' living. That's why l'm thankful for all my friends, especially Christy. is..,.., is Das 'N- IPA , Q.: W, V , M., A: ,t, :' . ' 1' 'J 'Fifi' sxvl .197 I ...rf JOSEPH COPPOLA Chip College One of our class leaders . . . a mischievous grin and a devilish smile . . . compe- tent . . . hard working and dedicated to the class of '73. Many memories, many, many friends. JOSEPH B. CONNOLLY Scoop College The world is in our hands, Iet's never lose hold of it!" Daring, devilish, dynamic . . . a sportsman who excels in every feat he enters . . . "court clown" . . . Joe . . involved and interesting. JOHN WILLIAM COSKIE John College "Let the eagle spread back his wings and soar." Quiet, but friendly, racing excitement . . . memories of the good times he has shared with many friends . . . John follows the action. LAUREN COTE Lauri College "Be careful which dream you clutch . . . for dreams come true! A soft smile . . . a life lover . . . Junior year . . . the Poco concert . . . Cape '72 snowy football games . . . a sincere and thoughtful friend. . . Lauren . . .good times, quiet times. 5? 3 EILEEN M. COUNIHAN Eileen College "A photograph is a portrait painted by the sun." Eileen, sensitive and thoughtful always smiling, always trying, you can always find her near the gym ADELARD COURNOYER Del Army "I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." A voice from down the hall Del-Do . . . friendly and outgoing . . . "G-L-O-R-I-A". . .sing it louder Del someone special everyone will remember. JAMES ROBERT CROTTY Jim College "Man should not seek the mean- ings of life, but rather the small joys." Jim - trustworthy and dependa- ble, always on the go . . . intel- ligent, impressive and independ- ent . . . good times, good mem- ories, great future. X LEE PHILIP CROCKETT Lee College "And you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." Quietly confident and friendly. Lee - a sardonic wit with a sen- sitive intelligence, a truly unique personality. . . ..'r-gy.-,'. ROBERT CLIFFORD CROWE Custer College "lf you can't be yourself, who can you be?" Bob . . . Boundless and independent. . . sincere and dependable . . . always finding a good time looking for o road beyond knowledge. 'Uv ENT? MARY ELIZABETH CUDDY May College "What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness." Mary, a quiet air about her, with a smiling sincere aura . . . a devoted friend . . . her sparkling eyes have been the envy of many. . . ROBERT JOSEPH CULGIN Norton College "My bounty is as boundless as the seo." Sometimes shy yet always friendly . . , Nortie . . . mis- chief is the key to his heart . . . handsome and athletic . . . great times on the field, up the hill, and with the guys . . . GARY COVILLE Gary Full of sound and fury, enduring per- sonality, dynamic, spontaneous . . . seldom silent . . . enioy life while you can LINDA MARIE CROKE Lin College "Let us not love in word, neither in tongue, but in deed and in truth." Summers on the Cape . . . Alaska U., No really l?l parties at Deb's killer, krusher and Boo- Boo . . . Denny or Kenny? . . . Sorta kinda . . . the F. B. club. 'X 1-gm... DAVID CHRISTOPHER CURRAN Dave College "Everyone can master a grief, but he that has it." A nice dresser, yet personality not clothes makes this man . . . pigskins and discus, the basis of his glorious feats Dave, intelligent and handsome . . . leaves a part of himself with everyone he meets. A, q ALICEMARIE CUDAK Snoopy College "A good laugh sunshine in a house." Quiet but friendly . . . great memories of her senior year . . . the carefree life . . . her pres- ence warms a room . .. "Wampu". . . 125 SUSAN DALY Sue College "Fishermen with a Faraway lake in their eyes." Quiet and shy . . . close friends that bind her . . Kenny . . . route 9 is a long way . . . 126 ling -em' SHERYLE RUTH CUTLER Sheryle College "Silence is more eloquent than words." An outspoken muffler . . . you can always hear when Sheryle is near . . . funny and understanding . . . a great friend to know . . . DONNA D'ANGELI Donna Undecided "Cheerfulness lives longest in years, shortest in tears" Soft dark beauty . . . long beautiful hair frames delicate features . . . likeable and personable . . . Donna, going places and doing things DONNA ANN DELUCA Donna College "He'll guide you through troubled times and help bring you peace of mind and teach you to see beautiful things." Loves the world she lives in and the people around her . . . Donna, cre- ative and concerned . . . a definite candidate for success. MARY DESHON Mary College Amiable and always smiling . . . a devoted spartan fan . . . memories with the girls . . . a bright future ahead ANDREA LOUISE D'AMATO Andrea College "Times change and we with the times but not the ways of Friendship" A lover of fun . . . a dedicated V.P. . . . queen of the road . . . Andrea - her own self and the freedom to be that way . . . PAULA DeANGELlS Paula College "The good and wise lead quiet lives" Paula . . . her sweetness is reflected in her serene attitude, always help- ing others . . . a true friend KENNETH EDMUND DESILETS Ken Law Enforcement "Live for a better today and tomor- row." I'll soy it was fun while it lasted and may we meet again in the future . . . a great guy with a lot going for him . . . a friendly "hi" for ever- yone. . . C147 JOSEPH DOMINIC D'ANGELI Deigo College "Wednesday is Spaghetti Day." Tall and handsome . . . a ioke and a smile for everyone . . . our own special Italian . . . weekends with the guys . . . a soccer star . . . everyone's buddy . . . the one and only S. B. 'Qin ANTHONY DENORSCIA Tony College "God is the sum of all possibilities." Wild and funny . . . the Arco-man . . . unset- tled and upsetting . . . strong willed and deter- mined. . .Tony. .. 'Q' RICHARD DIETZ Ricky College "Don't live for love." Ricky . . . many friends to know he can count on, always going somewhere, always coming from someplace . . . you never know where he will be next . . . AUDREY DOBBINS Audrey College "Nothing too bad to do it," Audrey . . . one of the gang . . . a friend to all . . . outgoing and true . . . a valuable addition to North High JEANNE MARIE DEVINE Jeanne College "Go your way, l'll go mine and carry on. . ." The girl with the funny socks . . . bouncey and friendly . . . "Don't say that name" . . . Oct. 23rd . . . Bump, Doc, and the fat Ballerina . . . She'Il never be a skiier, but she'll always be a friend. ELAINE GAILE DIVICO Elaine Business School "High aims bring great reward." Always a smile . . . memories ofthe Cape . . . a special guy, pretty and petite . . . always remember C2l8, and upstairs C girls room . . . Elaine, one of the gang. 43. MARY ANNE DONNELLAN Mary Anne College "Just what you want to be you'll be in the end." Imaginative and artistic . . . reach- ing out for people . . . a girl who finds -- North in close friends . . . a music lover . . . Florida and the girls. JOANNE FAY DIAMOND Jo College "All you have to do is touch my hand to show me you understand and something happened to me, that's some kind of wonderful." My everlasting workboots . . . dynamite . . . Spain . . . summer concerts at Boston Common .... that red head . . . Joanne, a happy face, a happy heart . . . DAVID DiMANNO Dave "he has achieved success, who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much." a handsome gymnast - strong in body and soul . . . sophisticated and determined . . . a challenge in himself. JAYNE PATRICIA DONAHUE Jayne College "A light from a window, a smile on my face . . . " Hot tempered . . . straight forward and honest . . . Jayne, popular and flirtatious . , . Always where the good times are . . . many many friends, many many memories . . . MARK J. DONNELLY Mark College "He ne're will fly from his firm base." Pleasant, kind, friendly, memories of great times. At home on the ice, always ready for anything. . . friends like Mark are often hard to find. sw' c"'f" LORRAINE SUSAN DIVICO Lorrie College "Live one day at a time, tomorrow will come by itself." Friendly, outgoing, a smile for everyone . . . Hi kids . . . a bit crazy . . . to Maine, memories of Manoment and C girls room. WW .P ,. is 'iw .47 Iv' I 127 JUDY ANN DORSEY Darse "Do not seek a remedy in others but only in yourself." . . . Hey Dorse, was it a passenger or a freight? Who cares, it was a train wasn't it . . . beautiful and witty with eyes that flash from mis- chievous to innocent . . . the Cape and Florida and the 3 B's MICHEAL DRENNAN Mike College "For everything you have missed you have gained something else." Friendly and understanding, cheerful and popular an avid sports fan and true sup- porter of Spartan sports . . . Mike . . . success around the corner. sw' SHERYLI. ANN DUNHAM .Sherry Secretarial School "You can never plan the future by the past." P. F. . . . Cape Cod '71 "Skinny" . . . Jon . . . Legion and J. P. . . . Maycombers . . . shy -- tal- kative . . . sweet and sincere . . . fun to be with. 128 5:90 ROBERT ANDREW EDWARDS Ed College "Life is the toughest game to play, with no rules and no boundaries." Tall and blond . . . good laughs and good times inspired by sports .. . But. . . able to stand by a friend in need. DAVID DULAC Dave College "Life is not life at all without delight." Always ready for a good laugh . . . always on the go . . . strong, active and mis- chievous . . . Dave . . . independent and energetic. LOIS EVELYN EGASTI Lois College "Man has received from heaven a nature innately good, to guide him in all his movements." Sensitive to those around her . . . energetic and enthusiastic . . . warm-hearted, friendly, dedicated . . . remember the Garbage Guard . . . "We're just kidding, Lo." Long live South, lacrosse and soccer . . . a true friend . . . STEPHEN DOZOIS Steve Work "Always strive toward your achieve- ment until you reach it." Good natured . . . a true sportsman who enioys the challenge of football and track . . . Steve . . . sincerity rules his actions. PATRICIA JEAN DUDLEY Patti College "Avoid trouble at all costs!" Hard working and independent . . . possesses a mysterious wis- dom and a loving soul . . . an artist to say the least . . . loves animals . . . eyes as the dew at dawn. VB' 'He-9' ILENE EICHEL Ilene College "The only reward of virtue is vir- tue, the way to have a friend is to be one." Ilene . . . outgoing and friendly, active and involved . . . thought- ful of others placing herself sec- ond to other peopIe's needs, the gift of understanding is hers for- ever. ALBERT EIDELMAN Albie College Alive and carefree fun is his mid- dle name . . . mischief the key to his heart . . . Albie, success in life is sure to follow. ROBERT ELLSWORTH Elsie College "Follow me and you will not lack amusement" "The flirt" . . . smiling, iolly Bobby, everyone's friend . . . a very special way with the women . . . many memories of good times on the field . . . at Mrs. G's . . . and with the guys. BETH ELWORTHY Beth Business School "ln every dream lies reality." The picture of femininity . . . graceful and sophisticated . . . lives every day to its fullest . . . Beth . . . a warm and generous soul. Q, a KAREN JOY ENGEL Karen College "If you can, iust for a moment remember in your life, when the glow of ioy was so bright that it seemed as if time stood still - then that ioy will blind you for- ever." Vivacious and ambitious, with a sensitive and sincere personality . . . dedicated to her friends . . . with a love for life and laughter. KENNETH ENRIGHT Kenny College A Spartan enthusiast . . . confi- dent, friendly, dedicated . . . a quick wit and sarcastic humor . . . a master on the court or the field . . . Ken. SUSAN ENTWISLE Sue College "To multiply your happiness, try dividing it with others." Sue . . . outgoing and true . . . an ear to ear smile, a short per- son that's very tall, Stand high and let Sue by. CINDY ERICSON Cindy College "Something we were withholding made us weak until we found it was ourselves." Active, dedicated and bright . . . an individual who gives her all to everyone she meets and everything she does . . . grace- ful and feminine . . . surely an asset to FNHS. SHERRY EVANS Cheri "Clouds warming their backs against the sun." College Organic and poetic . . . graceful in her ways I . . sincere and devoted . . . a beautiful person. C"" -if ui X ROBERT FARRELL Bob Silent manner, mild humor, warm single minded, peaceful moments and moods, meeting new friends . . . destined for success. THOMAS GERARD FISCHER GARY E. FEGAN Gary College "Be what you want to be and let no man stop you." Mustang, motorcycles and gym- nastics are this man's weak- nesses. New Hampshire and the Cape with friends, our very own flirt devoted to all his friends. LESLIE R. FELDMAN Leslie Undecided "A black stallion stood straight and sturdy." An unconventional individual who enioys life and all its aspects. Memories of the Cape, Joe, and the '63' Chrysler "bomb" . . . horses are her true love. LESLEY FENTON "strong and content, I travel the open road." wandering, wondering, and why . . . friendly and talkative . . . Lesley, adventurous and high-spir- ited -- searching on her own. RICHARD JOHN FERRARO Dickie College "When a sparrow flies high in the skies, a beaver cannot build a dam with his taiI." Shy and quiet, to those who don't know him, but witty and open to his friends . . . Ritchie "barbie doll" a true sportsman on the diamond or gridiron. .i of cu--'X' PAUL FIRTH STEWART HOWARD FINK Stu College "Though a man be wise, it is no shame for him to live and learn." A special combination of intelli- gence and wit . . . mischievous Stu - a guy with ideal that will move him up in the world. 4?"'s. Nj ANDREA RUTH FINGER Andy College "With all its sham drudgery and broken dreams it is still a beautiful world. Be Careful. Strive to be happy." Andy . . . her greatest loves are people, life and laughter . . . reaches her hand out to those less fortunate . . . still a striving P. K .... a trust- ing and trusted friend . . . many memories in FNHS. College "To be loved, to be loveable" Charming and confident . . . nights out with the boys . . . Suave and sophisticated, a true lady's man. 130 ll Wu-K .QA JUDY FIORITO "loyal of heart, high of purpose, and happy of spirit." Petite and poised . . . lively and fun-loving . . . openly friendly . . . as new and refreshing as o breath of spring CYNTHIA ELIZABETH FILOSA Cyn Travel "SeIf praise stinks." One of the Feorsome Threesome . . . likes to make the most out of living . . . crazy, lazy and wise . . . memories of a special weekend on Sherwood Dr. . . . a 59 Volkswagen - Diana week- ends, the Cape H. B., B. P. . . . Tom College "We must live together as brothers or perish together as fools." People are lonely because they build walls instead of bridges . . . Tom reaches out to people through his warm and thoughtful ways, his sin- cerity flows from the quietness of his eyes. WILLIAM FITZPATRICK Fitz Service Wild, alive and free, cars and bikes . . . carefree, daring, Bill, a good- natured guy with a flair for fun. .f 'Vi ii KENNETH MICHAEL FLYNN Leo College "Peace l leave with you, My peace I give to you." that straight dude . . . quiet, friendly, and a casual manner . . . pushes V4 pounders in his spare time . . . Florida and Sue . . . When you're thin you're in. 'H-J MELANIE FOSTER Mel College "If you're there before it's over you're on time" Mel . . . sweet and friendly . . . always a smile on her face . . . a true friend to all . . . fond memories of a cer- tain iunior and Cummings - the I2-6 shift . . . Melanie will be remembered by all as a great person. E 'Gr' 4-.-0 LAURA JUNE FOSTER Laurie College "To do things for the one you love is a reward in itseIf." Warm, sincere and likable . . . memories of rainy days in Maine, "D" girls room, slow horses and Ken. KAREN THERESA FLATTERY Blondie "Live now, you may not get chance." Memories of and Kevin . . . . . Rodent . always on th and friendly. the Cape . Zacks . .. ..B.P. College another Kopy's Rodney Karen, e go . . . fun loving w qv -urs-if MAURA JEAN FOYNES Maura College "Bashful sincerity and comely love." Gentle Maura . . . cute and shy, and always smiling . , . a beau- tiful person inside ond out . . . Jim and many good times with Tim. 'uv' MICHAEL S. FRARY Mike College "Hens can lay eggs but can you?" Mike, handsome and happy . . . fun and friends come first . . . a twinkle of mischief in his eye and manner . . . sincere and sensi- tive . . . Beth and a successful future. i Qrvvv CI' DAVID FRASER DAVID A. FREEDMAN TODD DAVID FRIEDENBERG Dave Dave College Poopsie College "The style is the man himself." "True friendship may not be val- . A ued, until it is understood." A Un-que Pef50"'0I'fY - - - Core' sometimes solemn, sometimes free friendly. . . a great chance mischievous . . . always ready Devilish and funny . . . Aqua- for success . . . always locking, to prove himself . . . enioys lung . . . A certain girl from Linda's house. . .Todd, a crazy good times and good friends. Wayland . . . Buzzing in the and funny kid. duster with the guys . . . Dave an understanding friend to have. I3I LYNN GARRY Lynn College "Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have." A searching soul, complex per- sonality, eyes that tell a story . . . Lynn . . . a beautiful real individual. IVV I NANCY PATRICIA FURBUSH Fruits Work "It's great to be great, but greater to be human." Crazy and free . . . always where the good times are . . . she leaves remembering T. P., T. C. and many great friends . . . works next. JEAN MARIE GALLAGHER "The cruel man kicks his neighe bor's bundle, the kind man lifts it." A combination of ability and cleverness . . . imaginative, cre- ative too . . . ahead in every- thing . , . a real individual. lids' M rv" LINDA GENTRY Linda College "I have never seen anything as lovely as the sunset." Blond, angelic looks innocently blind to Iife's iniustices, Linda . . . fresh ond natural . . . gen- tle ond kind. MICHAEL GAMBONE Mike College "He who speaks loud and often is the one least heard." Quiet, but mischievous . . . An athlete only out of school . . . great memories of FNHS. Hey, you wanna buy a raffle ticket? 'K X JOHN GIANGREGORIO John College "Time erases many mistakes." Quiet and sincere takes life seri- ously, yet never without excite ment . . . dedicated to Cross Country . . . john. JUDITH GIACOMUZZI Judy "the two noblest things, which are sweetness and Iight." Shy-eyed and sensitive . . . unpretentious . . . Judy, as beautiful and giving as the sun- set, wavering its lost golden hues across all that it loves. VINCENT MARK GIANGREGORIO Vinny College "The men of few words are the best." "Warehouse?" flipping nickels in study 7th period . . . certain teach- ers? . . . Rally Novo. I Tif hx . 32, A. M' ' ssl 5 . I 'M' I . 4.H..?5i I 1 . . My :V It V I ' LI' I V N . 4 .I 7' I M I 21: 12- - ' i ll' I .yfiiv A- i I .15 X .I fl 'J '. I if ' 53' g' . , . - 71 5' I ' I - ,fit .Y I KATHLEEN GIBSON Kathy College "No tree falls at the first stroke" Kath - concerned and thoughtful Y . . . to those who know her a loyal friend . . . a cat named chang . . . outgoing, positive, humorous, her happiness and love of life shines on everyone 4. ,wi 10' BRUCE R. GINSBERG Ginsey College "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing" Dedicated and competent . . .a spirited sportsman, athletic, animated, attractive Bruce, a real person who cares. PAUL GILLGALLON Paul College "Live for today and tomorrow will take care of itself" the little man with the big heart . . . outgoing, laughing, and smiling . . . "wine and women attract him like o magnet." . . . the corner . . . little red fireman . . . sincere, and a fondness for freedom. N-5' , tvf? x.,4 RICHARD GOLDMAN Dickie College "That's easy to say" Alot of laughs, alot of fun and alot of friends, Richie . . . one of the guys, a loyal spartan fan with memories of good times and Mrs. G's. THOMAS MARK GLASSMAN Stump College "lt's tough to get old." Kind, helpful, and dedicated . . . Friendly, warm, deter- mined . . . the kids at Sax- onville school will never for- get him . . . Success awaits Tom. vv 3 JEFFREY GOREN Jeff enthusiastic and easy-going . . . a zest for the good things in life . . . cars and women attract him. T5"Y ti I , v x H JOSEPH GORFIEN Joe College "next to excellence is the appre- ciation of it." Gliding down icy slopes on glis- tening skiis . . . intelligent, ambitious, and able , . . con- cerned and hard working . . . an unstereo-type individual R .129 KAREN LIZBETH GOLDMAN Goldie College "One's own self conquered is better than all other people conquered" Independent, Unconventional and Involved . . . Kazoo, baking brown- ies at .lan's . . . our first female run- ner . . , tennis . . . considerate, friendliness shines in her simple sin- cerity. 133 's,,.a 'fir ff ..4,,,.,- RANDIE MERYL GREENBURG Randie College "Too low they build, who build beneath the stars." A message within a voice that truly soothes the savage beast in us all . . . Randie - perpetually discovering a new world, a new self. Fame and for- tune await her . . . iw. 1 lrf' BRUCE EDWARD GOULD Bruce College "The best men are those who think much, but speak little." Athletic, spirited . . . He's no Ashe, but he's pretty close . . . friendly, deep in knowledge . . . carefree in manner, he drifts along . . . Bruce GEORGE F. GRANT George College "Get all you can out of life." Spartan sports head this man's list . . . dedicated and loyal . . . mem- ories of fun in Brockton and the Cape . . . flap Jack . . . George - a potential for anything he wants. mm HPV' 1:-""' DARRYL BRUCE GREGG Darryl College "l'll rest today, work tomorrow." Darryl - great man in sports, always leading the group, great memories of great meetsg always ready to give his share, dedicated. BRUCE GUIDA College "The man who does the least talking often has the most to say." Quiet and reserved . . . free-flowing and calm . . . a possessor of knowl- edge, wisdom, and common sense . . . Bruce, he treads the path to success. JOHN JOSEPH GRADY John College "Even the wisest of men enioy a lit- tle mischief now and then." Intelligent, easy-going Jay . . . sav- ing himself for the weekends . . . a certain white Pontiac and a carload of friends. Happiness and success in the future. .7 ef", LAURIE SUSAN GREENE Carrot "I still believe that people are really good at heart." Mrs. Zorba . . . a forthright individ- ual never lacking in absurdity . . . a wisdom that sees into the soul, lov- ing its entirety . . . Laurie, someone special and dear whose heart and home are open to all. MICHAEL GUIGLI Mike A great grappler and swimmer . . . outgoing and carefree . . . Friendly to all . . . one who knows that life was meant for living. ""7 ROBERT GREEN Bob Electrician "The great pleasures in life are meeting the chalIenges" Bob . . . wit as fast as a pinto in third gear . . . sometimes serious . . . Honda 90's at New England Sand and Gravel . . . many friends forever. if STEPHEN GRIFFIN Steve Service "let me feel the earth beneath my feet." Big Boon . . . Friendly and amusing with the knack of making people laugh . . . enioys the comfortable life . . . good times hunting -:l"l'., l34 l DEBORAH PATRICIA HALL Debbie Business School "A Merry heart doeth good?" Who Medicine? Deb, always fun, always joking, A good Athlete . . . Memories of Switzerland. ROBERT HANSON Bob College "Life is persistent through all known pain" quiet and very cautious . . . greets everyone with a smile . , . easy going and carefree . . . Bob, enjoying life to its fullest. g DAVID HABERMAN Dave Music School "The British are coming" A true Friend . . . Imaginative and versatile, Takes Life as it comes . . . Easy going and Fun Loving . . . Dave 'i 'tiv- CAROL-ANN HANDLIN Carrie College "A Friend - One who knows you but Loves you just the same." "The Skipper" Memories of "72" . . . Maine. going with S. M. to see S. D. Always joking! Short Jaunts. . . N. Y. Wash . . . .fin ...:z,Q ' Sq., ELLEN MARIE HART Monkey Business School "Living to find life within Myself" Pretty, petite and popular. C2l 8, one of the Top C girls forever. Mem- ories of Bermuda and the Cape with good friends - Ellen . . . alive and living life to its fuelest FRED HADAYIA Freddie Undecided Leads his own way . . . independent and well liked , . . enjoys good music and good friends - Freddie, always willing to help! DAVID F. HALLIDAY Dave College "To get along with everyone, Go along with them, to move on ahead, think for yourself" He's got . . . a V.W., friends, a good personality and a good future MARTHA JOAN HARBBERTS Joni Nursing School "A true friend is one soul in two bodies" charms her way into everyone's heart . . , many good friends . , . memories of the cape St. Pats. and the sandpits . . . good old Marty ALAN HARVEY Al Trade School "Brother Al," motorcycles, trails, Newfoundland . . . good times at little farms . . . relaxed, complacent pleasant times with quiet compan- ions CHERYL HARVEY Cher College "lt is when you give of yourself that you truly give." Shy, sensitive, and thoughtful . . . Cher . . . Zip the following grape and ditto . . . One who enjoys life and its surprises. To those who know him - a l NANCY JANE HEATH Nancy Work "where flowers bloom, angels sing." ROBERT HAWLEY Bob College Devilish, smiling and popular . . . Friday and Saturday nights with the guys, Bob . . . forever Always smiling, never a frown . . . always trying. Very quiet, yet outgoing. Memories of 4 great years at north. l36 laughing life's worries away. e:"??" 1 MARIANNE HAYES Marianne College "Love is the only strength that brings two things together as one without destroying them." A great kid for good times, always ready to be a friend, one of the gang. Good memories of four years. RICHARD HATCH Ricky College A serious mind and o humorous heart, he lives each day making new and better ideals for himself . . . determined and diligent . . . loyal to his friends and forever making new ones. BRUCE HEGARTY Bruce College Devoted to his friends . . . an avid sports fan who enioys foot- ball ond hockey . . . loves those weekends . . . Bruce, content and confident he V ROBERT HENLY Bob "Floor your wife with a new car- pet." Hard working . . . concerned and serious. . . Happy and carefree . . . Bob. LAURIE ANN HERRICK Nursing School "only you and I can help the sun rise each morning. If we don't, it may drench itself out in sorrow." Active, involved. Laurie. . . Always on the move, but plenty of time for friends . . . some- what shy . . . a personality all her own. MARK EDWARD HERWECK Herky Industrial Arts "Take life as it comes." loyal friend . . . a man of his own will . . . enioys life as it comes . . . mischievous, frivo- lous, humorous . . . Mark. CAROL ANN HERRIN Carol College "Life is so short with so many things to do. Make the most of it." A quiet friendly person who smiles when she talks . . . seri- ous in school, wacky when out . . . many laughs, Many friends, many memories. -nl MARK HEVESH Mark College A wandering soul and caring heart, interested in music, art, and people . . . going places . . .Mark -nd WILLIAM P. HOLLIS Buzz College "Everything is funny as long as it's happening to somebody else" Easygoing . . . fun to be with . . . a good natured laugh accompanying an endless supply of jokes . . . o flair for living . . . trivia buff . . . blonde hair, blue eyes and freckles . . .Buzzy KATHLEEN MAURA HICKEY Kathy College "what is a man profited if he should gain the world and lose his soul." "Friendly" S55 Morconi's Good times in the summer of '72, G. S, with P. P. Dr. M. M. "where am I?" Lloydll Always smiling! PATRICIA HIGGINS Pat Marriage "The eyes are the window of the soul" Feminine, sophisticated and friendly . . . her smile radiates the warmth within her . . . Pat, forever living, loving, and learn- ing MICHELE HILL "We're part ot the fire that is burning, but from the ashes we can build another day" A grin of sincerity ond innocence . , . refreshingly happy, she can hold the quiet in her hands and know they aren't empty . . . Michele - sensitive and wide- eyed with wonder. 'Sw V Q7 RANDALL JAMES HOGAN Ill Randy College "ln the end the last shall be first and the first shall be last" A lover of life . , . dedicated, strong, and intelligent . . . music is the way to this man's heart . . . Memories of N. H. and the Cape DONNA MARIE HOLIHAN Donna Nursing "You can have everything if you let yourself be" Donna - kind, a cherished friend . . . out to save the world . . . an interesting person . . . a part of our school L A-Miva iii -fag: ffl -74, t IZ" 'Q -52524 . weary-fi -si ' ,f je, 45- .--.Ati -' ' PETER HOPKINS Pete "He who hesitates is lost" College A quick wit and enioys u good joke . . . livens up any class . . . his dream is to stoy perenially happy and free. I37 BAILEY HORAN Bailey 'Tlwe question is not what we'll be doing when we get there, but rather how to go and feel good that you're going." Personality plus . . . can imitate anything, and even more passive, private, precautious . . . Bailey. TRACEY HULING Tracy College "I want no pallid humanitarianism - If Christ be not God, I wont ni:-ne of him, I will hack my way through existence alone." Looks a man right between the eyes . . . beautiful and intelligent with eyes that need no words . . . Tracey, a crusader of the mind. ROBERT HUMPHREY Bob College "Logic is doubtless, unshakable, but it cannot withstand a man who wants to go on living." Musical, comical. . . studious . . .resolutions . . .questions are part of the problems . . . Bob. CAROL SUSAN HURLBUTT Carol College "Life is a series of surprises." Vivacious, petite, and feminine . . . a smile for everyone . . . a little crazy . . . a terrible speller . . . good times with the best of buddies . . .CaroI. MARK DARREN HURLEY Hllff College "One of the greatest things in life is to call someone a real friend, and to be considered one." Rugged, reliable, and respected . . . Mark - a person of many moods . . . quiet but captivating . . . a sure success in whatever he may do. isle 9563 tk , . . - . ,ic - .si .FXR 5 2 'J' i- 'ff' . L' X - .. - -.cs C "X ' ,Q N gang. ,X ,ie I 1 7 - sl . 3. s' ' 5 T 1 f N B . , . - . ., X ,. N. i X . 'AS' .5 A X x , -, .xp . CQ .x Ns- if MU ANDREW THEODORE .IANIAK Andy College "Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it." Tall, blond and athletic . . , sensi- tive and funloving . . . that fantastic smile! memories of great friends, great times .... A ndy - a quiet charm all his own. lfl-5 MDX 4.-if '-2' hal 'ii 'Finns' Cl... cf' PAUL R. JACOBSON ROBERT IMHOF Bob College Bob, Bright and funny . . . lots of friends and lots of places to go . . . Jake Navy "lf you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere." Jake . . . no man's an island, everyone's a peninsula, move way for improvements. Quiet but aware of what's going on. qw-" ROBERT JAMES Bob College "Preiudice is a disease character- ized by hardening of the cate- gories." Mischievous, athletic, always where the action is . . . making all the news . . . good future plans . . . Bob. l 4 HAROLD J. JARVIS III I Tiger "He attains happiness who achieve it." College 4 strives to ' Scientific, ingenious and alert . . . a dedicated human, a reliable friend - . . . direct, impressive, and univer- sal. k l l i I LOIS ANN JASSET Lois College "If you want to feel needed you must show concern for others" Outgoing, friendly, cheerful . . . thoughtful and understanding of oth- ers . . . Good times with certain friends . . . daring and fun loving . . . never a dull moment with "Lo" around. CONNIE KABARRUBIAS Connie "One way you can often do more for your child is to do less." Outgoing, friendly, where the action is. There's a sensitive side to her nature. Quiet and elo- quent. . . Connie KEVIN JIGGETTS Kevin College "The greatest conviction in life is that we are for ourselves or rather in spite of ourselves." A distinctive individual, Kevin possesses what all must envy - a strong mind housed within the strongest of bodies . . . A fetch- ing laugh and those Beautiful Baby Browns! The stars hold his future. . . L. WAYNE D. KANTER Wayne College "Silence is more eloquent than words." Dull moments are few with Wayne around. . . F JUDY JOSLIN Judy Undecided A warm laugh and a spar- kling smile, short and sincere . . . Judy . . . many memo- ries of Roy and close friends KATHLEEN LOUISE JORGENSEN Oney, Kathy Nursing "Bruce number 25?" A great collection of baseball articles of a certain Southie . . . Oney. Endless trips to the south side . . . The girls and Linda's bomber . . . cheering . . . Kathy - a sensitive spirit that's easily uplifted and easily bruised . . . with love always, Paul ,,'te,,?gi i A :,ff,.Ng..' V' .: f"'P', ?"Y DONNA JENKINS Donna College "I should like to champion a cause that is too long for a bumper sticker and too insignificant for a protest march." ancl very Popular and outgoing, athletic, adventurous . . . very friendly, busy. . . Donna. thai LEE CATHERINE KAPUSCIENSKI Lee College "Life is too short to be small." Blond, bubbly and bouncing . . . Leaky - a hard worker and a devoted friend . . . a winner in every way. A ray of sunshine and a smile in everyone's day. T39 JAMES KEEFE Jim "live for today, tomorrow will come as it may." Slow walking, slow talking guy . . . calm and collected . . . doesn't follow the crowd, because he knows where he's going. STEVEN B. KASETA Steve Willie's parties and football, A dedicated sportsman who excels on the gridiron, track field, or court . . . quiet and shy but never lacking amusement handsome, friendly, easy-going Steve. LYNNE l.. KATZIFF College "don't walk in front of me, I may not follow, don't walk behind me, I may not lead, iust walk beside me, and be my friend." August 22, '72 . . . New Eng land dragway, the car show, Skippy, "Cuz," Roller Derby Dimples, Penelope, TNT, Jane, NIWS, Holliston. DONALD KEAVENEY Don College "You learn something by doing il." Industrious, dedicated, and ath- letic . . . on the field or running the mile - a man who puts his all into the sport. Don, liked by all. flib if-f"' t DIANNE JOAN KEENAN College "love without friendship is like a shadow without the sun." Skiing, Ashland State Park, the Cape. . .Joe '72 . . . D wing locker . . . "Hey Smile!" . . . late again . . . an enchanting companion. l l CG! f. its MARLENE FRANCES KELLER College "Life is what you make of it." a devoted friend . . . energetic and exciting . . . many pleasant memories . . . a promising future. DIANNE E. KELLY College people are lonely only because they build walls instead of bridges." Memories of Friendly's . . . Fun at the Cape . . . quiet but friendly . . . Diane, a pleasant person to know. LESLIE ANNE KERSHAW Leslie Nursing School "Life is too small to be short" Quiet but always heard, likes to talk but always listens, always ready for a good time. MICHAEL KING Mike College "We live, but a world has passed away with the years that perished to make us men." A mind of his own, a will of his own . . . sensitive . . . with soul set free . . . his life will be worth living, and the world his for the asking. 'Z MVN JOANNE KINNANE College "I have laid aside business and gone a-fishing." Fabulous times with great friends . . . the corral, a boost either on the field or on the road . . . Established among her peers, Joanne. ANNA KOKIDKO "a loon l thought it was but it was my love's splashing oar." a shy smile overcomes the world . . . a thought to every word . . . friendly and considerate - Anna. off BRIAN McCLELLAND KNEPP College "High ambition is well recom- mended, to shoot for the moon is okay, but don't let your dreams hang suspended, success may not come your way." A Jack-of-all Trades, a master of none . . . creative, imaginative, versatile, and spirited . . . hard working and dedicated. A I MARJORY LYNN KRASNOFF Margie College "give me your smile and I'll keep it forever." quiet, sensitive, and always cack- ling . . . "What's my name?" . . . parties, two particular boys, bagels, "Howold," and Famous . . . once she's your friend, she's always your friend. LINDA LaROSA "Keep on your toes and be pre- pared to take advantage of opportunities coming your way." many moods and varied friends . . .quiet and pensive. . . memories of good times with special people. JERRY KLAVANS Jer Music "Quite the funny." tall and thin with a big grin . . . Jerry, always has a little more to add . . . friendly and joking . . . a love for music and the determination to make it. MITCHELL SCOTT KING Mitch College "Strength alone knows conflict. Weakness is below even defeat, and is born vanquished." A powerful intelligence coupled with a unique creativity. . .Mitchell . . . a man of his own making, he quietly seeks the truth he knows to be within himself. My bf g,.. 'i Fx, X L , xl MARK ROBERT LAMPIE Lamp "Marvelous things have never been better." College Vibrant and friendly the host of a great party . . . a fun- lover with a ready smile . . . "We're having a partyg can I shake your hand?" KIMBERLY ELIZABETH KORMAN Kim College "you and I have brains. The oth- ers have fluff." Unique, intelligent, and crazy . . . some super incredible spe- cial salutation for everyone . . . an artist with words, the creator of sincerity . . . open and free- bound for Nervana. l4I dal' hid' fs-..f' .haf DIANE LEDWELL Diane "If someone tries to be friendly, see that you respond." Sure fired and entusiastic , . . competitive ideas. A tactful way about her . . . always on her toes. Qi l42 MARK LANCASTER Mark Undecided "Sincerity is a virtue which should be held highly." Mark, a friend to all . . . Have a smoke? One of the gang at the cor- ner . . . fun-loving . . . a bright future ahead! PETER JOHN LAWRENCE Pete College "Today can last a thousand hours if you want to." Amiable . . . his contagious laugh- ter escapes no one . . . an intelli- gent mind behind his perpetual wise- cracks . . . basketball and the vari- ety show . . . Petie, "turn on your lights!" Oh. .-g:""' 's--ff RICHARD LEONARD Richard "A pinch of today beats a pound of tomorrow." Friends from all walks of life . . . he knows where he's at . . . many fan- tastic memories . . . Richard. GENEVIEVE LESSARD Jenny "No matter how many communes anybody invents, the family always creeps back." Graceful and creative . . . A poetic person with a high on life . .. thoughtful and friendly . . . Jenny SUSAN LARKIN Sue "It's better to concentrate on one thing at a time and see things through to a finish." Amusing, friendly person . . . loves a good social life . . . a match- maker . . . good prospective future. 0-fx KRISTINA LENTZ Tina College "Some people go through life get- ting results, others get consequences." Fond memories of the good times with the greatest of kids . . . Sum- mer '72 that special day at W. P. . . . Hey Boogie! . . . always going places. 1545 BARBARA ELLEN LESSER Barb College "To pass the point of bitterness is to reach the start of love." "Yente" a unique quality to make lasting relationships . . . Barb, an asset to North's drama. Special thoughts of acting and friends that she will cherish forever. SALLY JANE LEACH Sally College "To know the feeling of happiness is to love someone." '1l""' 4 JEFF LERNER Jeff College "If television came in the mail, l think l'd throw a lot out." Comical and studious . . . sincere in his ways a real guy, a great personality . . . Je MARCIA LEVINE Marcia College "You can put ideas into other peopIe's heads with excellent results for yourself," tendency to drift off to a world of beauty, that reflects her personality . . . Marcia, a beautiful person. as--' GREGORY LIVINGSTONE Schmed QOIIGQG "Do not isolate yourself too much in life.' The door of opportunity awaits Greg . . . A gambler in the game of life . . . skillful talents will be remembered by all. BARBARA J. LEVERGOOD Barb College "Living honestly may be a once in a lifetime experience." Barb - her intellect is reflected in her approach to life. ff-Z3 LINDA LEVY Lev College "You can't always get what you want," Individualist. . . "animal" lover . . . good times at the Beach Boys , . . works hard for what she wants . . . great sense of humor happy memories. NANCY JEAN LOUCKS Nancy College "Talk happiness, the world is sad enough." Kathy's raincoat. . ."dress-up night - Filene's" . . . Habtes espa- nol . . . music and a sunny day . . . Nancy a good friend to have around. ANN LEVIN Ann College "Through helping others one devel- ops his own personality and helps others develop theirs." A warm smile, a friendly laugh . . . Ann . . . with the quietness of springtime she passes through the meadows of emotions and cares for her fellow man. JANICE LEVITON Janice College "The ultimate solution to the race problem lies in the willingness of men to obey the unenforceable." Janice . . . a master of math . . . quieter than most, with many friends that are quiet . . . an artistic hobby. .22 DEBBIE LOMBARD Debbie College "ln your longing for giant self lies your goodness: and that longing is in all of you." Great friends, great times . . . sometimes it could mean "hit or miss" . . . always something doing, Deb. SUSAN M. LOWELL Susan College "I have been through a lot . , . but without him, I couldn't have made it." SCOTT WILLIAM LISK Scotchman full time work Scott . . . mature and a hard worker . . . a con- cerned person . . . there are many places he has to find - and when he does - watch out! "He does what he thinks is right, and does it with all his might" I43 STEVE LOWRY Steve "'tNe all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon" Steve . . . a natural tranquil con- tentment . . . good natured, easy going, and serene . . . a friendly mild manner . . . his music expresses his sincerity. 'WW-5, VlCKl LUDMER Vicki College "Bureaucracy is the crabgrass of democracy" Politics and people . . . a friend in Florida . . . warm and mean- ingful summers . . . a concerned friend pn-f' in -dv' GAIL DIANNE LUNDY Bundy "And think not, you can guide the course of love, for love if it finds you worthy it shall quide your course." An unforgettable smile and laugh . . . a talented dancer who dances her crazy legs into everyone's heart memories of Chucki, Silki and sandpits ALEX LUKIANOV Alex College "Sometimes the man of action is a fellow who iust got both of his feet in hot water" Alex . . . sporty, fun-loving, good times, good friends and a lot of traveling to come 1.4 RAYMOND J. LUCAS JR. Ray College "Live for what you dream of, it may become reality" Easy going and friendly, always the first to say hi . . . quiet, thoughtful and good times with good friends . . . smiling and always ready to help . . . a sure sure success . . . in-....? bin! DONNA LUPIEN DEBORAH LYNCH "Her ways are ways of pleasant- Debbie ness, and her paths are paths of "A daughter of the gods, most Peace." divinely fair." A boshful sincerity . . . quiet and "Blonde, attractive, and cheerful trusting . . . always there tg . . .conviviaI, sparkling, and understand . . . a loyal and last- blithe . . . a fondness for some- ing friend. one special. 144 .mai PAMELA MCFARLANE Pam "One of the more discouraging aspects of life is that we get little praise for what we are going to do next week" Athletic Pam . . . good times at FNHS . . . a good sense of humor . . . an easy way - Pam MICHAEL MACHNICK Mike "If you look back too much, you will soon be heading in that direc- tion" Always out for a laugh . . . good humored, easy going . . . many friends at FNHS . . . Mike SCOTT MACINNIES Scott College "The cheapest way to have your family tree traced is to run for public office." Many friends after many years in Framingham. . . good times, hard work, and rapping . . Scott. ,J Z I JANE FRANCES MAHONEY Jane College "Be happy with what you have and are, be generous with both." pretty and popular . , . a cute smile with a unique laugh . . . Horseneck Beach . . . parties and good times . . . Jane, admired by all. ROBERT DANTE MARCOALDI Mouse Vocational School "Squeak, Squeak" Energetic and fun-loving, takes life as it comes . . . pillows on the front seat of his car . . . small but strong . . . Bob - always laughing, always a good time. ANTHONY MARINILLI Tony College "The trouble with being a hypo- chondriac is that antibiotics have cured all the good diseases." Tony - the quiet friendly type . . . great in Moth, great per- sonality . . . he always comes up on top. of T21 -se 1 "' i2:il'.iIlEllH ' 0 ' 0 lx. J 0 Xgfv' o.,'. ' n Q ,mg ' . ,,,fdf3.,..Jcj.-Ry., , A 1.--.',-.,-., ...,:.. w....N- .. 59 .nv- DORNA BETH MARRAM Ducky Nursing "lf you smile at me I will under- stand, because it is something everyone everywhere does in the some language." Enthusiastic and energetic . . . always laughing and smiling . . . a soft voice and bubbling personality . . . a friend whose sincerity is expressed in her car- ing manner. RHONDA PHYLLIS MARKS College "With Patience, toil, and time, the cry may dwindle. Meanwhile light a candle - do not curse the darkness." Quiet and intelligent with iust a hint of mischief in her eye . . , Rhonda - a serious mind and a humorous heart, she lives making new ideals. RICHARD MARKS College "I finally know what distin- guishes man from the other beasts, financial worries." Inward ways, outgoing feelings . . . serious and studious . . . his easy quiet manner shines on everyone. MVN -zzz' PAUL MARSH Paul College "He knows when to laugh natu- rally and to be serious effec- tively." Quietly intelligent, cooly observ- ant, Paul is every man's Friend and confidant fu? fr ff?" '-4-f PETER GARY MARSH Pete College "Life is but one long dream . . . " Educated, a well rounded person . . . involved and dedicated . . . freely arid peacefully he drifts alongg a lifetime future just around the bend. I45 NANCY LINDA MARTIN Spunky College "The world looks brighter from behind a smile." The warmth of her smile . . . a crazy laugh, self confident . . . never a dull moment . . . memo- ries of B, B. GJ "D.l..C.," and the summer of "72." KENNETH A. MASTRANGELO Ken College "People should mind their own business, it would be better for all." Kenny -- daring, devilish, mad- cap . . . in and out of mischief . . . "Look out for hockey sticks!" . . . the little red M.G. . . . 7th period . . . McDonalds. LUCIA L. MASTROFLIPPO "love is worth the time it takes to find." Lucia, understanding and happy .. . straight forward and friendly . . . lives life one day at a time . . . and has a great time doing it . . . her future looks bright. WILLIAM T. MATTHEWS Billy College "Eat, drink, and be merry for today is tomorrow's yesterday." Tall, dark and handsome . . . that Irish blood, one of the ever- lasting MEATS . . . Bill . . . a special person to all, especially the girls . . . memories of great times, parties, running and ski- ing. 111 if nqy' 'N CAROLINE ANNE McCUE Cara College "You are accepted." She is warm, and understanding . . . full of smiles . . . consider- ate . . . musical and whimsical . . .Coroline. d!"'f" 'hui VALERIE McGEOCI'l Val College "Here dwells no Frowns, no anger" I Quietly concerned, hard working and devoted. Val - to have a Friend is to be a Friend. i l i I46 KATHY McBRIDE Kathy College "Middle age is when you get enough exercise iust avoiding people who think you should have more." A quiet smile and personality to match . . . a future she's sure of . . . Kathy, way ahead of her times. 0,1 ii- ! 'V 'rzgzv' WAYNE McFARLAND Wayne College "My definition of a free society, is a society where it is unsafe to be unpopular." Easy going, and fun to be with . . . highly emotional . . . never bad tempered. 7 CATHERINE MARIE MAYER Cathy College "life should be lived, not wasted." Always a smile . . . with her blue eyes . . . D locker 31000 . . . a good student . . . D. B. and G. D. . . . a true friend. 'AMW Q60- 'nur' ,. MARY McGOWAN Mary "There is no substitute science, unless it's living in a small town." College for con- Mary . . . shy and quiet, yet easy going with friends . . . good memo- ries and a great future ahead. RICHARD McGRATH Richard "Half truths are like a half brick, they can be thrown farther" Friendly, mature, hard working . . always somewhere to go, something to do . . . Richard. fm-I -f':' JOHN EDWARD McNALLY Jack College "I consider the day lost, if I don't catch hell for something." Tall, dark and handsome . . . Jack, one who is always looking for a good time . . . Debbie, Egors and the Study Hall gang. KATHLEEN McHUGH Kathy his face." people. If av' "' 5. "A smile flowed into the creases of Pretty, kind, Kathy . . . A gentle manner . . . good times with nice RUSSELL McLEAN Russ College "Betty Crocker is a flour child." Russ, quiet and easy monnered . . . a lot of hobbies and plenty of things to keep him busy . . . Hard work to a successful future STEPHEN JERARD MCGRATH Steve College "Youth comes but once in a lifetime so make the best of it." Talented and musical, plays a horn . . . quieter than most, happier than most, studiuos and mechanical . a fine person. -sal... ELIZABETH ANN MCMANUS Beth College "Let the motive be in the deed and not in the event. Be not one whose motive for action is the hope for reward." Fantastic, funny and feminine - that beautiful voice! Beth - fresh dreams to deliver rig img, and new days to live. 111 -Q37 -ale Q-:J 'tt' PAUL JOSEPH McNEIL Paul College "A smile can cure all evils" A good kid, one of the gang - a true and devoted friend. Always where the action is! git MAUREEN MEGAN Mo College "A man is not o man without a friend" A fun friendly individual, inde- pendent and always giving . . . Mo . . . always seeking new adventures and new paths to fol- low. Memories of skiing lessons, and Friendly's. ,gas- .Q CHRIS MELEGO5 Chris College "A president is elected, then for four years is picked on." A good solid character . . . a good sense of humor, and morals. Some good memorable weekends. Success is inevitable . . .Chris. MICHAEL MERCHANT Mike College "Be it jewel or joy, not the prize gives the joy but the striving to win the prize" A truly great athlete . . . talent abounds on the ice, in the field, or running a course, popular, fun loving, and versatile . . . a very special guy. l47 KATHY MISSELL Kathy College "Time was invented by God in order to give ideas a chance." Definite ideas always in demand . . . nothing but the best for Kathy . . . a sure suc- cess and a permanent stand in her beliefs. ROSANNE CATHERINE MICONI Rose College "Perform some small act of kind- ness todayg for you shall never pass this way again." Ambitious, studious, and deter- mined . . . fun-loving and warm . . . always smiling . . . kind, understanding, and striking . . . Rose. STEPHEN MILLER Steve College "Blind hearts can't see through open eyes." A real comedian . . . very warm and sincere . . . "Give me a break" . . . let your mama push the car . . . right on, right on!!! ANDREA MILLS Andrea College "Don't be troubled if the tempta- tion to give advice is irresistible, the ability to ignore it is univer- sal." Creative Andrea . . . deep thinker and easy going. . . involved, concerned . . . a sure success in the future. l .,',u,x '11, . DENISE A. MITRANO Nese College "Man is the only animal that laughs and weeps." Sweet and petite . . . friendly . . . hostess of o great party . . . many memories of Switzer- land with C. C., J. P., and C. B. . . . "Jumping Jack Flash" . . . Roller Derby . . . Cloud making with Cin . . . I 104 'PA .4""' 148 1 'JJ . Wu ...r V .,, ' . .e. 4, X ,IW .ss ,sy Q -.r -,nn .I 'g I' . fi' .: . .-.':V. ..,,. 1... f.lr"i ...Z A.. oc, Gd- ,. 5 . -'I 71.1 3 SCOTT B. MONTABUE Lobo College "Everything is sweetened by risk." Daring and different . . . bom- bing around town with the guys . . . good times, good laughs, and also of good ol' Connecticut corn . . . wary of "No Trespass- ing" signs. SHARON ELIZABETH MONAHAN Sharon College "A port of kindness consists of loving people more than they deserve." The sun shining golden . . . Sharon - the power of sincer- ity, the essence of love and friendship she is always beautiful, forever free . . . 'J-'9 CRISTINE MOONEY Cris College "Do it before it's too late." A master of portrait, artistic in talent . . . an early graduate . . . Lez and her T-Bird . . . A junior year out of town . . . Chris STEPHANIE MOORE Steph College "We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the some horizon." Sincere with a joking side . . . puts energy and enioyment in whatever she does - Steph, as warm and glowing as the color of her hair. CHRISTOPHER MORRILL Chris "laugh and be happy." a great guy with a great sense of humor . . . fun to be with and easy to get along with . . . good-natured, amiable, easygo- ing Chris. 1 1 I l 1 4 L ui l E I A il JOSEPH MOYNIHAN Joe "Old quarterbacks never die, they lust pass away." A "smash" on the rink . . . cars in the family . . . Always has been popular, always will . . . a good looking guy . . . Joe. ROBERT JOSEPH MORSE Marsey College "Many are called but few are chosen." Sports-minded and intelligent . . . Bobby, an understanding heart, for anyone . . . memories of the guys . . . a special talent for making people happy . . . "Oh Sure." DONNA MARIE MUNSON Donna Business School "Be honest with yourself and you can be honest with others." Lives a happy life enriched with good times, good friends and great memories .. . a future secretary who is destined to find success. 9-..-.Q ing. , gh V , I .,. 1 4- I n, V,-:iw :F x xx I ,ff.l" nf JAMES RICHARD MURPHY Murph "Smile but don't laugh, frown but don't cry, live but live!!" Murph. . .mischievous and ambitious . . . summers with the Astros . . . great guy to be with . . . always something nice to say. . . le -3 U1 yo- 4 ..-ff' gl flu y ,,.,' E .,. ,I, eg' MAUREEN MURPHY Maureen College "Happy are those who can hold the quiet in their hands and not feel their hands are empty." quiet yet outward . . . o "friendly" person, understand- ing, thoughtful, and pensive . . . She beams sunshine through her shyly sincere smile. 44' Q5 MARYANNE LOUISE MOYNIHAN Maryanne College "Never for the sake of peace and quiet deny your own experi- ence convictions." Maryanne: "the student Marconi's, Murray, G. S. with P. P., gym "72," hockey games watching little brother, It's been real . . . good times with the kids, always laughing, how ya doing guy? l49 7335 01" Yr., Jo- GLEN B. NICKERSON Nick College "Don't expect anything of anyone else, that you wouldn't expect of yourself." Quiet and sincere . . . one who takes life seriously, but enioys a good time . . . Lacrosse . . . sure to succeed - Glen. 150 PAULA MUSGRAVE Paula College "The service we render to others is really the rent we pay for our room on this earth." Paula - outgoing, friendly .. sharp witted and determined . . ski trips, and great times . . . JONATHAN J. NEAL Jon College "No man is the whole of himself, his friends are the rest of him." Key clubbing, "No thank you I don't smoke." . . . a quick wit and a wayward charm . . . underneath his happy-go-lucky ways lies a simple sincerity - the beauty of Jon. MARY O'BRlEN Mary "lt is useless to send armies against ideas." College Outgoing, exciting Mary . . . loads of ideas to express . . . there's a lot to learn in books, a lot to learn from people, Mary. ALICE O'NElL Alice College "Everyone has to be somebody to somebody to be anybody." Quiet, to herself . . . someone beautiful for those who know her . . . shy in manner, she drifts along. KATHLEEN NAC HTRAB Kathy the utmost in femininity . . . soft spoken and smiling shyly . . . understanding, listening, and appre- ciating the wonders of life. TIMOTHY MICHAEL NOONAN Byrd College "My greatest ioy is making others happy." A big man with a big heart . . . Tim, friendly, school spirited and active . . . memories of great times and good friends in Quincy at the corner . . . always a friendly Hello and a kind word to say. pw. :C J' '1 2 ' 't A , 2. , A . if, JOHN O'NElL John College "Youth is looking for new answers - so they can question them." T.V. fan . . . happy-go-lucky John . . . a laugh and a half . . . finds something great in everybody. i l i i 4 NILE NEWTON Nile College "Any touch of originality will be appreciated by I alI." The artistic type . . . recapturing the real life . . . . good fortune and prospects in the future. l l ,.,-K' 1 'i l 4 EDWARD J. O'DELL JR. Eddie College "Find a laugh where you can." Ed - always a smile and never a frown . . . both feet on the ground . . . "l'll take it apart and put it together" . . . skiing, fishing, motors, and good times . . l -J X l lu il ll ,l i iff BRUCE PACKWOOD Bruce "Base yourself on sound iudgements and you won't go wrong" Friendly, outgoing Bruce . . . many memories of previous weekends . . . Bruce fu RICHARD PARESKI Richie College An incredible organizer. . .a dedicated worker . . . a flair for writing . . . The Spartan . . . Rich, a man of expression. GENE OUELLETTE "in quietness and confidence shall be your strength." the "other one" . . . seemingly quiet but excitement to those who know him . . . an endless friendship to all . . . many mem- ories, a lot of memorable times. is Q,4... MARK JOHN PAPPAS Bernardo College "When I die, l know I'll go to heaven because l've spent time in Hell." Knows he's the Chosen One . . . an "innocent" grin . . . A head full of dreams, a mind full of confidence, and a heart full of compassion, Mark, a burst of energy and pride . . . Val and Sal and microdots, friends and plays ANN PARKER "you may have plenty of ideas but make sure you select the right ones." Ann, quiet and hard-working . . . sometimes silly, sometimes sericus . . . always a good sense of humor. GERRY OUELLETTE 'Ni i - Cl H1071 S OWU fT'lGI'1Y1eI' IS what becomes him." makes the best of everything . . . free and easy-going . . . sometimes quiet sometimes not . . . a person not to be forgotten. DEBRA PAGLIUCA Debra "Make the best of impending changes which you are reluctant to accept" Quiet, sincere Deb, happy personal- ity . . . shy ways . . . easy going manner RITA ANN PARISI Freda College "I think, therefore, I am" Hey Freda!!! Do you have the right time? Sour cream, onion potato chips, thanks for the ice water?? Easy going, a great friend to all . . .Rita JOHN PARKER Jackie "if you rule the world quietly, you must keep it amused." in football, a hearty and valuable player . . . the knack of making anyone feel at ease, the knack of making every time a good time . . . good looking, honest, and energetic Parker. 'hr' .puff 'al ,df-f' STEPHEN EDWARD PARADISO Steve College "And what they dare to dream of, dare to do" A strong, positive personality with sensitivity just below the surface, Steve . . . athletic, worm, and well-liked. Just possibly the greatest G. G. North has ever seen . . . 014, 4-5.5 V' 6,1 1 23151 l5l l.lJClA R. F'Al'RlJlNlO .jing Business School "tis impossible to defeat an igno- rant mar: in argument." Memories c-5 ci "cold" day at nan- tasket . . , P. l. parties and snow- ball fights , . . fun times with fun friends . . . always great days at North High. JAMES PEARO Jim "How you use today will deter- mine how tomorrow uses you." Quiet, easygoing Jim . . . seri- ous yet leaving good times behind at FNHS . . . easy in manner he drifts along. fling. Win- .J S U U 1' ri of mellmfa -17"""l' l.lNDA MARIA PERINI Lindt? College ' lt is best to be with those in time, that we hope to be with in eternity Good times and memories with L. W .,.. the cornfields . . . riding in the yellow bomb . . . Linda . . .sensitive, vibrant, always cheerful, and always on the go H52 SUSAN PETTIPAS "Prayer is the key of the morning and the bolt of the evening." FNHS spirited. . .a cheerful greeting for all . . . always on the telephone . . . an incurable opti- mist. PATRICIA PELIS Patty cute and sunny dispositioned . . . light hearted and laughing . . . close friends and fun times. ELISSA PEARL Elissa College "When you open the window, you get fresh air, when someone else opens it you get a draft." Funny Elissa, happy and carefree . . .friendly personified. . .a great kid to be with! 1 ,ff DONNA PEPPETS Studious and serious with a glint of laughter in her eyes . . . well-liked, determined Donna. -wg H jffu L-ar., ,I li .,5fi?7ifJr9ZaQ T if f Evil JOHN PICARD ANN PICARIELLO John Annie College "There's no hiding place in wider "Memories in bits and pieces . . . use than small print." " Ideas involved with life . . . a Little Annie . . . That all people feeling for the good times . . . living will be olive in spirit as well sometimes serious, sometimes not ,... warmth of the sun . . . John. green stangs . . . GEORGE ANTHONY PICELLO College "Let us please learn new words that mean as much as direction." The chickenman .. . jolly and fun-loving with a serious side . . . holding up the walls to the "C" Hall . . . The "Charmer" . . . smiling and good-natured George. FREDRICK POLLEY Fred College "A man of cheerful yesterdays, and confident tomorrowsf' Spartan stalwart. . . 4167. . . good looking and well-built . . . Fred, good times shared with close friends . . . memories of the barn. RACHELLE POLOGE Shellie College "The universe deems re-examina- tion" -fix '47 ..--f 'iv CATHERINE KELLEY PORTER Kelli Pursuit of Peace "No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings." Kelli . . . a beautiful combi- nation . . . warmth and sin- cerity, beauty and wit . . . good friends and lots of good times . . . memories of sophomore parties, the Cape in May and Danny. DONNA PORTER Porky "Eat me I'm a Twinkief' Travel Pert and peppy . . . Donna quick wit with casual manner . . . stands up for what she believes and believes in what she does . . . Hape piness is top C girls room . . 153 :NL Lx. l"f.lfvT:L Eric College 'lf I ccin't be me, wno can i be." Easy going, intelligent strongly op-nionated . . , ready to dis- cuss anything . . . mountain climbing, music, bicycling and racing. -7 , '..L ,-ww, 1, Y.,, .1 mg., 'f-1-f':2r.i5, 'rf 1.-4:1111 4:5252 ' ' ' 'ifyf Tf?1?'f?9g31:,:1,'zfgg:.g3,,y, f-.-V+' .'1 ,-5557? 1- 1.--.it-331-wif,-,,i!3 ragfngg, ' f . 1 3 ff f if .111 . I., I- '5 3, i ff, . ff J- -... .-. ,x . . 1' . V ly. ..- ,r . ii?" ' r ,PEA -YZ ... .92-Qu 3723 if .1-i1f'f!r,-7 ,I s ,,1:5.,r,- . it I 123 egiij' 1 if 2.12.5 iii.-1, " - .off-Qs., .,. 4 .,. -21'-""" .r .K 2, - - 4c.:::t:if:!... .- ,f 1-1. ..,...,' 1. figs 'vzzgs-9 3 i H I' a ffiffgf :Si I iff' ELM Www GAYLE RALSTON Silvic- NANCY ANN POTISCHMAN Nance College "Hunger is not dainty." Nancy -- beautiful and sophisti- cated with iust a touch of zani- ness . . . Lovely smile. . . l.ovely person. Remembers nice strangers, Israeli summers, and lzi. DAWN PRINKY Dawn "Ah! the sweet mystery of life" Dawn - our own North High mystic . . . well liked by all her friends . . . a rare combination of individualism and mystery. DAVID PRUTZANI Dave College "Nowadays women don't hire domestic help they marry it." Cars are one of his interests, girls are his others . . . great discussions, good ideas. . Dove. ERNEST PUDDESTER Ernie "A man is infinitely more compli- cated than his thoughts" Working hard always . . . indus- trious yet quiet . . . Ernie accepts things for what they are. be lf' DAWN RADFORD ll ri MINORU QUERNEY Mino College Studious, serious, simple . . . good weather means good days . . . quiet, gentle Minoru. Dawn College "There was a full-length novel in her sigh." A gift for crafts . . . poetic and graceful . . . a deep thinker . sure leader . . . Dawn. College l"ll'e way you live in your youth will 'nalfsr your age." A friend to all, and outgoing too memories of a fantastic Junior year . . days off, and Switzerland . . . a smile that warms. its way into your heart. ., 54 G 45 -4 ll? ku...-6 NADINE KARLA RADLO Nadine College "The rays of happiness, like those of light, are colorless when unbroken." Concerned and dedicated . . . memories of Sophomore year . . . "On A Clear Day" . . . and "Sears had everything" . .. a happy face, a happy smile. -5-"' ROBERT RAMSLAND Bob "The only thing worth having in an earthly existence is a sense of humor" Fun-loving yet serious, loyal to his friends . . . Bob - has a great deal to offer . . . cars, cars, and more cars . . . will long be remem- bered by his fellow students. ROBERT REGAN Bob A spirited sense of freedom and nonconformity, strong and steady . . . his silent way transcends the ordinary. JAMES REMILLARD Jim College "Everything can go your way if you use an unorthodox approach." Jumping energetic Jim . . . always great to be with at par- ties . . . memories of sports at F.N.H.S. 1,7 S- ROBERT G. RHODES Rhodesy College Saturday night parties and memories of Back Bay . . . our fearless leader . . . dedi- cated to the class of '73, Spartan sports and that spe- cial girl. mr .1 WILLIAM RAYNOLDS Billy College "They don't see their days slip' ping by, and neither do I." Involved in his own thing . . . always interested in new ideas . . , a conservative in realities. .ag- P I ai- x GA' qw--"Y TAT' JOSEPH H RICH Joe College GAIL ANN RICHARDSON Bert College HOWARD RING Howard College "The meaning of life is that it is to be lived with a passion, A race of blinding speed at a full tilt into the void of the future." Keeps pace with a different "I've saved some sunlight if you should ever need a place away from darkness" Taxi, your doors are open . W. F. "Whatever your lot in life build something on it." Congenial, studious, a math whiz . . . carefree attitude . . . a grasp on the present . . . the H. Nr drummer, sincere, growing, best to Howie lt changing, looking forward. ,' A .- 1 ws 'Y ,, .ff Alfa, uf. w',,,.'4g uv, . .eu , . , , . . DANIEL JOSEPH REILLY Danny College "When life stops the bulb burns out." Donn . . . The lady's man . great friend . . . personality plus . . . a bright future. , 4 .J ...f I 1 W X ,. , i A n Zrf' q. . Q L. -:TY i A, , l55 SUSAN FATIMA RIZZI Sue "Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking." Colonel Corn . . . french fries, cleaning, old records, and good parties . . . one of the girls . . . memories of the T, C., color- guard, Famous, and K. D .... no one can crack a joke as sick as Sue. JEFFREY CARE ROBBINS Jeff College "The incoming tides of time will leave us empty shells upon a barren, endless beach." Jeff . . . self-assured and care- free, Hey, let's go to Cohasset! . . . corn for texture . . . solide Jackson, Push de Cart Memories and memories. PAUL RODRIGUEZ Paul "Now tugboats paint the river carry coal to the sea" Artistic and talented . . . Quiet and a thinker . . . A friend to all that know him. MELANIE ROGERS Melanie College "You can stimulate others into briiliant conversation" Politics, plays, and a popular personality . , .civic minded . . . a shower of leadership . . . a capacity to stick to it. Il. SHERRY L. ROSE Sher College "Real beauty is hidden within." Beautiful and graceful, quiet but heard . . . a pretty smile . . . her gentleness is her biggest strength . . . friendly and help- ful. . . a career in art. . . M. C. and Canada. DEBORAH ANNE ROONEY Debbie College "Everything happens for the best." Kind, loving, laughing, optimistic and inspiring, reaching out to life . . . God gave her a warming smile and sensitive spirit to soothe man's whining soul . . . Debbie, always with a rainbow after the rain. AMY D. ROSENBERG Amy College "Who so must be a man must be a nonconformistf' Quietly confident, distinctly dif- ferent . . . alive and unpredict- able Amy . . . Intelligent, pretty and talented, she's a winner in every way. CURTIS ROSS Curr Colleg "Temper is a valuable possession lose it" I i Music and a good time is all he neec . . . a wide variety of friends, lots t good times. I DEBRA ROTHSCHILD Debbie College "Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has courage to lose sight of the shore." Debbie . . . A warm, friendly per- son . . . understanding, with a good sense of humor. Her friends will stay on her side . . . Deb. GAIL M. RUSSEL Gaily College "The sun's not yellow, it's chicken." If only you knew what's inside of me now, you wouldn't want to know me somehow . . . Gaily quiet, alive and surely living. AUDREY ROUSSEAU Audrey College "Temptation usually comes in through a door that has deliberately been left open." A person that lives from the inside out . . . determined to achieve. . .successful in whatever she attempts. 5 eff? VALERIE JEAN SALADINA Val College "Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows." Everyone that flatters thee, ls no friend to misery. Words are easy, like the wind, Faithful friends are hard to find. Every man will be thy friend. 1' gg, ' I I lad ROBERT RUSSELL Bob "Try to keep up with the fast pace set by your compan- ions. Friendly, mischievous, and light-hearted . . . he puts his all into everything he attempts . . . a friend to be remembered. 'Yr Y- .v, ll ,I --'.,f15fl5f,f GEORGE ROBERT SAMALUK Sammie College "A good nature is more valuable than gold." The man with a thousand names . . . football, iuniper hill, and the "heavy Chevy" . . . A true clown who possesses the power to make people laugh . . . George, headed for success. PAUL RUMUL "A period of potential oppor- tunity comes everyone's way." Blonde and good-looking, with a crooked smile . . . enthusiastic and energetic . . . always ready and rarin' to go . . . cars and girls are his specialty. O Cgu r-5 itil ..1 DEBORAH JEAN SANDERS Debbie College "Today is the tomorrow we wor- ried about yesterday." Shy, but always laughing, a sen- sitive but sincere personality . . . visitors at Jordans . . . special thoughts of a certain blond . . . Deb, a great friend to have. X KAREN ROTHSCHILD "Tomorrow may rain so l'll follow the sun." Artistic, cute, and popular. petite and feminine , , . a rare and valuable friend. -iff,-f ALAN RYTER AI "A lot of coming and going, chopping and changing, shouldn't disturb you." Athletic, sportsminded . . . Big Al . . . a great sense of humor . . . many stories to tell. 157 . s V rw: . ARTHUR SCHNEIDER 'F'- 451. 1'-A Arty Photography School "Be the life of your party - vote." An appreciation for life's beauty . . . a unique per- sonality . . . a future in photography . . . a per- son who knows where he's at. ISE 1-':::t'f CHERYL JEAN SAPINO Cheri College "lt is not necessary for an artist to be crazy, but it helps." Cheri . . . a beautiful artist . . . alive and thoughtful . . . Armenian Power . . .remembering Natick High, Jan. I3 and tray duty . . . finds fun in everything she does. SUSAN SAVOCA Sue College "The hand that can follow intellect can achieve" Tranquil and kinetic, always working, forever learning. Success for Sue is inevitable . . . 6 SANDRA PEARL SCHWARTZ Sandy College "Anyone who keeps the ability to see the beauty never grows old." short and petite . . . sensitive, car- ing, and always understanding . . . Sandy, her sweetness overflows when she smiles . . . many memo- ries of great times with the girls. MITCHELL SEAVEY Mitch "democracy is a process by which the people are free to choose the man who will get the blame." serious studious Mitch . . . outgoing, friendly, and popular good looking and funny. RICHARD DANA SAUNDERS Rick Work "It's nice to know someone is always thinking of you." Rick. . . devoted, positive, and strong . . . I tried . . . a good times man . . . a pleasant future ahead . . . a true friend to all who know him. ,f W, nf' lr rf nj LOIS SCHURZKY "Always research into facts and fig- ures before making a decision." Able to touch goals she has aimed for . . . in with the right people . . . devoted to acquaintances. ELLEN SEGAL "I've seen fire and l've seen rain." easy to get along with . . . respon- sible and sincere . . . takes life as it comes - lives for today. SHARON SAWYER "Women's Lib is a misleading organization." A good time in high school . . . a special friend . . . sub sandwiches . . . a kind person - Sharon. :uv 4--f-fp. KATHLEEN SCULLY Kathy Airlines "Sometimes I couIdn't help seeing all the way through." refreshing, reserved . . . full of fantastic ideas . . . many close friends, many "remember when?" . . . caring and kind, Kathy. JEANETTE SEWELL Jan College "people live from day to day but do not count the time." the power behind the scenes . . . independent and trustworthy . . . .lan - strong in mind and gentle in spirit. tt' X . .. . 4- ' 1 vu' ,Z , 1 Q , 7. .' 3 1.5 J 5.5,- ?,-'.-5, DOUGLAS SHARPE Doug "make good use of ideas which are circulating." an appreciation for the beauty in nature and people . . . an air of serenity, an aura of dig- nity . . . his soothing calmness affects all . . . Doug - a true photographer. han- CINDY SELTZER College "the steam of China tea, you could hear the woman sing, in the soft flames of the spring." Cindy . . . intelligent and inspir- ing . . . the Spartan . . . really into everything . . . a very div- erse person. Mi JEFFREY SHAMES Jeff College "a great sleeper and a great eater is capable of accomplishing great- ness in all fields." a great wit encased in a subtle but brilliant mind - our Jeffie . . . Red sneakers and a whiz on the basket- ball court . . . lazy, rugged, and loveable! ELLEN SEWARD "have another hit," The sky was filled with a thousand stars, while the sun kissed the moun- tains blue, and eleven moons played across the rainbows, above me and you. MICHAEL SEXTON Mike "make the most of favorable condi- tions and good prospects." slow walking slow talking Mike , . . Switzerland . . . enjoys living . . . Kind and thoughtful of everyone . . . a real person through-in and throughout. 0, gilflg x YW'-m ,SN I at , MARY CHRISTINE SHANLY Blondie "a smile can light up the darkened world." Secretary Funky, spunky, and independent . . . boundless energy, sincere, active, and a spark for life . . . A good dancer - Mary. JEAN SHEEHAN "take an independent and indivi- dualistic line." she moves with the shifting of the horizons . . . she works with her environment . . . a domestic person, Jean ALISON PAULA SHEDD College "He who seeks God has already found Him." A sincere friend to have in a time of need, listening, understanding, and forever expressing her opinions . . . Full of thoughts that question the accepted, and beliefs that support the unaccepted . . . Alison - beau- tiful and mysterious. MARY BETH SHEETZ Mare College 159 TARA DOWNES SIBLEY D'QinfNA LEE SCHVYARTZ Stewafdess "You know what l'm talking about." Donna, sensitrre and thoughtful . . . cr great taste lor fashion . . . finds happiness in her friends and good times . . . a successful future ahead . . Donna. 5-lElDl SlLVEl-2 Tara College "The friendship that can cease has never been real" Tara always smiling, friendly, and warm . . . those summers on the Cape . . . sharp . . . and sure to succeed. 'Vs . X l X "if only l may grow firmer, sim- oler, quieter, warmer." -Iluiut, devoted, to others . . . -nrense and sincere . . . but with a mind of he' own . . . epitomy of gentieness. 60 11 av anti:-f' ELIZABETH SIMMONDS Liz College The story teller . . . compassion for friends, insight for strangers , . . quiet and subtle, dramatic and obvious . . . has as many memories of friends as they will have of her. JAMES SILVA Jim "Don't be prejudiced against new ideas without considering them fairly" A person with good investments . . . searching for a better way ...Jrm. Q4 . ,I ANJALI SINGH Anjali "think and act in a big-minded way" Difficult to satisfy . . . interested . . . ambitious, happiness is in store for her. if M.: ,fi 1 :-' , ' ask.-4 . i g tffiv 1 H K i 66 ilk SUSAN M. SLABI Sue Secretarial School "A retentive memory is o good thing, but the ability to forget is the true token of greatness." A quiet and sensitive personality, always smiling, future secretary, amiable and affable, great friend to all. ANDREA SMITH Smift Secretarial School "There is no duty we so much underrate as the duty of being happy." A lot of laughs . . . a special way of sitting when needed . . . always there to laugh or listen, fond memories of the T. C., Famous, or wherever it was hap- pening, Bangs, Butts, B. E., Sugarbush, and Billy. 7 TERESA A. SMITH Terry Undecided "How can life be true life with- out friends?" Petite, always smiling and bounc- ing around . . . knows what's important to her . . . May 28th . . . someone special . . . three years with a cast . . . last year's B girls room. THOMAS BLAIR SMITH Smitty College "And fires burn on the sea, how in this day of confusion?" Smitty - friendly and funny . . . a real clown serious at times . . . a real great guy. WADE SMITH Wade "I really don't mind the rat race, but I could do with a little more cheese." Dedicated, concerned, friendly ...themanwithavan... happy go lucky . . . Wade. LINDA SNOW Linda College "Loyal of heart, high of purpose and happy of spirit" Linda . . . North High's ambas- sador of goodwill in Thailand . . . a great person with a warm smile for everyone - A happy outlook and an open mind . . . singing . . .friends STEPHEN SODEKSON "You'll succeed if you use inde- pendent judgement and don't follow the crowd." A real tennis buff . . . great looks, great challenges. . . realistic and optimistic . . . Steve. i ap ' 's 11. L " ' 'XLS' 'Sf ir-'rf gl gi" li' JEFFREY A. SOL Jeff College .leff . . . a great friendly kid, hard to miss, easy to know . . . a sure success for tomorrow, always in A. V. .. . always helping, a true individual. 5. 'j A, 1 'ff .gi Q -1,5 KENNETH SOMERS Ken "In quietness there is strength" A concerned and friendly individ- ual . . . Ken, loving good times and appreciating serious ones - a great kid, to all who know him a worthy friend. ZH MELANIE SONSINI Mel "Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education." An individual with a unique laugh always an unexpected com- ment or ioke she didn't think you'd hear . . . first lady astronaut in blue bomber going down route 66 . . . "Mustang Mario" lol PA'l'F4IClA ANN STARK Pc! College "Lions are growing like yellow roses in the wind, and we turn gracefully in the medieval gar- den." ,pf .. .. 775 nov -+--f-- DAVID SOODAK CHARLES SPIERTO Dave College adventurous, mischievous, and "Go through life taking every always finding enioyment in life day as it comes and you will not . . . a nice guy who enioys regret yesterday." good friends. SUSAN MARIE ST. MARTIN Sue College "Your time has come to shine, all your dreams are on their way." A beautiful smile reflects the happiness in her heart . . . warm, friendly and sincere. Sue . . . a dedicated worker who will cherish the memories of many parties, color guard and friends forever. aj 4+ f MICHAEL ANTHONY SULLIVAN Sully "Here dwell no frowns, no anger." The great Spartan Golden Toe . . . 342 Sul . . . alive and always a friendly smile for every- one . . . The MEATS. memories of fun times girl watching, on the 'Sir T339 MARK STEVEN STEBBINS Mark College "Men are walking on the moon today planting their footsteps as if they were light on a dead world." Mark . . . our prospective Columbo . . . watch out every- one, Mark's watching you. ski slopes and in the Red Bomber. N 5,153 ' "5 ,df THERESA MARIE SULLIVAN Terry Nursing "Peace is within us all. We only need to look deeper than we did yesterday to find it." Maine . . . June, 'I972 . . . roller derby . . . Bruce . . . oth period study . . . Holiday Beach . . .Sept.24. . .M.M.andB. M. . . . Natick High - Jan. I3, tray duty . . . Terry grinning brightly. k . X -I'-"-5' DOROTHY J. SWANSBURG DeeDee College "When you walk through a storm hold your head up high." DeeDee . . . blond and smiling . . . athletically inclined . . . quiet and thoughtful . . . New to North, but making friends easily. CHRISTINE MARY SWEENEY Chris College "Live it up only if you can live it down." Shuffling through the halls with laughter that carries far . . . Swee- ney, one who will always go along with a crazy idea . . . delicate and sensitive - but so strong. il! "wr STEPHEN TABOL Steve "What the world needs now is a declaration of interdependence." Steve . . . A desire for shaking up the dull parties . . . school's a great place to learn . . Friends are inseparable. DIANE M. THACKER Wacker Nursing "What is beautiful is not always good, what is good is always beautiful." Only kindness and thought- fulness surpass her friendli- ness . . . one of the girls ALEXANDER TANG Alex "One of the lessons of history is that nothing is often a good thing to do and always a clever thing to say." Hard working, good looking Alex . . . mature and studious memories linger in the past, posi- tive thoughts, for the future. 'C' vb' -cf ERIC NEIL SW'ETT Eric College A lover of nature . . . quiet and concerned, Eric . . . a dreamer searching for a better tomorrow . . . a future forest ranger. ae.: I Q Wi -v A, " I-...f f.. inf. .v, 'ff-' , 73. I 4' , fliifyfifi riff-Sl- q::.f'X-I ' .X -1,14 .Q Q: Q, 19 A ,vu X lim!" - i 2: ,,f. . NM '22 nb -it . z is . , I , , 1 15. Q "Garbage" free and innocent, Dianne an out- standing friend. 98 KA as--nv' NANCY TARTUFI Nancy "Avoid last minute changes of plan." Nancy, many great progresses in recent months . . . always over- comes pitfalls . . . A benefit to her friends. -ng GARY TIBBERT Gary "Over-confidence could lead to mistakes." An all together guy . . . a lot of good fortune . . . Gary, a good organizer. ll 'Y JOHN JOSEPH TRAVAGLINI JR. Jay College "Any change unsettles conven- tional people, as when change becomes necessary, conventional people must be ignored." l am nobody - who are you? Are you nobody - too? GEORGE TRAVIS Popcorn College "A little nonsense now and then is cherished by the wisest men." 3370, our super all-starl . . . sneak those cigarettes at practice . . . George, tall and blond . . . friendly, determined, and mischievous . . .many good times and a lot of fun to be with. ' i I ,Z Si1i"l, MARY ELLEN THORPE Mary College "Today is the tomorrow you were worried about yesterday." She possesses the qualities that few will ever attain . . . sincerity is a priceless virtue, truth the ulti- mate goal. Mary - shyly smil- ing, quietly caring. I63 9 W fl DONNA JEAN UHRIG Secretarial School "We are never so happy or so unhappy as we sup- pose." Feminine and sophisticated . . . Involved in life and people . . . memories of birfin' and a cold day at Nantasket . . . a future secretary. i I Itifl DAVID TRUESDALE Dave "do something different - get out of your rut." always where the action is . .. takes an active part in everything . . . a lot of friends around town . . . good time guy. LORRAINE TRUSCELB "deal firmly and purposefully with interruptions - much solid work can be done." mysterious and inquisitive . . . out- going and always interested . . . a seeker. ANDREA VAN SICKLE Andy "Speakers are like sunsets, more brilliant when they get down to earth." College dedicated to the present, dedicated to the future . . . serious and dear friends . . . hard working and con- cerned. PATRICIA VENTO Patty "Another thing that happens once in a lifetime is you." Beautiful eyes . . . an understanding person with very close friends . . . to know and understand Patty is an experience, for she's a true individ- ual. MARY C. TURNAN Turnsie "Oh dear, bread and beer if I was there, I wouldn't be here." a spark of temper, laughter, mis- chief, and bull . . . avoids trouble at all costs but somehow follows her around . . . loyal to friends . . . T. C., booming Famous, rippling, Sugar Bush, North's Nurse, and J. M. Fields. i he MARGO JEANNE VAN ALSTINE College "I'll catch the sun and never give it back again. l'll catch the sun and keep it for my own." quiet on the outside, ambitious on the inside . . . memories of friends, football games, and guys . . . always fun to be with, always being fun. PM IDL DAVID VERDOLINO Dave "be optimistic - fortune is on your side." Dave . . . a favorable disposition . . . always interested in technical issues . . . a personality with devel- oped strength. furf"'Y JAMES ERIC UDELSON Jim College "individuality is everywhere to be spared and respected as the root of everything good." quietly confident, keenly intelligent . . . striving for the best . . . lending o helping hand to all who need him . . . Jim - each step is for- ward, each day a new discovery. CAROL ELAINE VATER College "She teaches the torch to burn bright." Shining and smiling . . . quiet and innocent, but fun . . . Whitehaul . . . those Jr. parties . . . summers and winter weekends in N. H. . . . our color guard leader . . . Carol. .,,..-V 15, if JOSEPH WALKER Joe "talk and think big, details can be settled later." Sportsminded, movie buff . . . name that tune . . . summer days . . . good times with the guys. f.,-.r PATRICIA L. WALSH Patty Work "you can't build a reputation on what you're going to do." An honest smile and a pleasant manner . . . Memories of the Cape, trips to Nantasket, foot- ball at lO:0O p.m., 4th period study, and skat- ing at Loring. if f"i GARY WADNESS Gary "Happy I am, from care I am free." Intelligent yet modest . . . Always a dependable man . . . an asset to any class . . . Gary, an amiable friend WVU iff? Xs CINDY WALLACE "if speculating, plan today, act tomorrow." many acquaintances . . . long dis- tant travels . . . a quiet wisdom reflects in her complacent face. . -qv ir JUDITH WARD Judy College "extremists think communication means agreeing with them." Thoughtful, vibrant, and popular . . . her laughter comes naturally . , . she leaves a refreshing impres- sion on all who meet her . . . Judy, a delicate spirit with an optimistic smile. GLEN ALBERT WALANT College "Art is the most intense form of Indi- vidualism in the world." Warm red-headed amiable Glen . . . a godsend to our musicals and variety shows . . . beneath his mod- esty lies a remarkable musician. ARTHUR WALLACE "Reality is really backed up, is there a plumber in the house?" established in his studies and friends . . . his casualness puts everyone at ease . . . a reassuring friend in a time of fun or need. tu 2. JEFF WARD College "lf recycling really catches on, hav- ing garbage will be patriotic." a man of many faces . . . work- shirts and leans . . . clever and comical . . . a master in every aspect of artistry . . . Jeff himself is creativity. LELAND WEINER Lee "make the most of gestures of good will." Great vacations and busy weekends . . . an endless stream of energy . . . always on the go. MARLENE ELLEN WALSH Markie Nursing School "lf I spent as much time doing the things I worry about getting done as I do worrying about doing them, I wouldn't have anything to worry about." Big brown eyes and a scintillating smile . . . our talented seamstress . . . swimming, skiing, and skating . . . friendly Marlene. at" , ,ar l65 9?liI.R'Jl-I .. Wlilll' It-:wif Travel "fha lcv-e in youu heart wasn't put there to '.i':iy. Love isn't love till you ci:-fe -I oilfceyf' A '59 Volkswagen ---- Diana . . . Memories of Cape Co-:l , . . Copy's place forever! . . . one of "he fear- some threesome . . , Sharon, a true I1 IJTI ,Abi 'YZ-yfv ...sf 5 J ' its 'V LINDA JEAN WENZELL Weasel Working "Friendship is a union of spirits, a meeting of hearts, and the bond of virtue." Weasel . . . on the go in the yellow bomb looking for the good times . . . memories of the Cape and road signs . . . sensi- tive and serious . . , Linda - a song of simplicity. fi ,'1f"" -U- KEVIN VVILBUR NATHANIEL WILLIAMS Pez? not to commit yourself to :vythng -new." 'Dial movies are his pastime . . . etisyqovig and lighthearted . . . u very fffaxe-:l oevson . , . Kevin I Nat "Whatever you decide to do it will turn out well." Friendly, adventurous, and exciting . . . very popular with his friends . . . Nat - freedom is his fate. JOHN WHITCHER "much fun is to be had if you are adventurous and positive." John . . . a guy with great potential . . . many expand- ing interests . . . involved . . . reaching for the hori- zon. CHRISTOPHER C. WILSON Willie College "There is no substitute for victory." Enthusiastic, personable, and determined . , . "The red nut" . . . dedicated to the Spartan Sports . . . co-captain Wilson if 53 . . . great memories of foot- ball, sophomore year with the guys, and a very special friend! CHRISTOPHER WELLING Chris "do you love life, then don't squan- der time, for that's the stuff life's made of." Knowledgeable and wise . . . quiet but friendly . . . his serene nature draws many companions. SUSAN WERNICK Sue "success will come if you adopt an optimistic outlook." Sue . . . cheerful and interesting . . . a lot of friends at FNHS . . . a pleasant person with a vibrant personality. Wofef DIANNE MARIE WILSON Chunky Business School "All things in life I find beautiful." That everlasting smile . . . the girls, Bermuda, and a special someone . . . alive and living life to its fullest. -l':.', I lffi 9- 1' V54 V, I Q., l "2g,,l7" ' 'M . rs 1 1 r "f?fl'Qf17q- 'fi' 1 -. ' mfr, '1 ' in 'ax THOMAS A. WILSON "T" Alaska "In order to make footprints in the sands of time, wear work shoes." Jovial Tom . . . a real person, a fine friend . . . there's a lot more life ahead -- live it for later. THOMAS WINN Winnie College "Born for success he seemed, with grace to win." A rare athlete, 33514 Winnie handsome and intelligent a friend to all the power of mind, body, and mod- esty imparts an impression that lasts on all . . . one not to be foraotten. RUTH WRIGHT Rufus Music "lf you love a statue, start a mir- ror, if you love a mirror, start a statue." "Famous," the group of '72 and '73, "P.G.," "Tonsils," Nights at Honeywell - it's a cop! . . . Montigo MX, camping at the cape . . . Ruth - a dancer and a friend. KIMBERLY ANN YEATON Kim Music "There is no answer for there is no question." Babblingly sincere . . . obstinate and curious . . . here's rock but no water . . . statto fatto . . . cruising down the what sic . . . Kim, through children's eyes she can see, carrying a song in her soul. DAVID YOVICSON Dave "The meat may be tender, but the price is tough." Tall, hairy, and handsome . . . partial to blondes and cars . . . lasting friends and memories . . . "Do they still suspend kids?" . . . Dave, a warm per- son. SHARYN ELAYNE ZIGMAN College "Doubt whom you will, but never doubt yourself." Her pleasing personality is her priceless possession . . . Does Robin have a hood? . , . lots of friends at North, and lots of friends to come. Al 'Tj' JOSEPH AVIZA .loe "Alone in a world of unhappy faces he reaches to find a better tomorrow." '-af Qt' MICHAEL GORMAN Mike silent." "About their own merits great men are usually Artistic and talented . . . a drifter with a road to find . . . a good future . . . Miles. WAYNE MACKEIL TIMOTHY ENGEL Tim GARY FERRO "Maturity is the ability to do your own thing, with- out hurting anyone." Tall, smiling, and independent . . . he goes his own way pausing only to wave at the passersby. MICHAEL GENOVA Mike Friendly and frolicsome . . . a friend to all - to all a friend. PATRICIA MACLEOD Pat DIANNE LYNN MOLLICA Di Nursing School PIERRE PARADIS . Pierre "An experience enjoyed should be repeated." Friendly, outgoing . . . winter sports . . . close net of friends . . . a great personality. A quiet and patient manner . . . industrious and hardworking . . . an individual in every aspect . . . enjoys life and its pleasures. JEFFREY W. HACKMAN Jeff Big and brawny . . . never worries about trifles, makes the best out of everything . . . memories of good times with great friends and cooking. MILES HOPKINS "lf I am not for myself, who am I? If I am not for others, what am I? If not now, when? DAVID PRICE Dave PAUL SANNICANDRO Paul WILLIAM SMITH Bill "Mary had a Little Lamb its fleece was enzyme white." Friendly, hardworking . . . many wild weekends, many wild friends. Quiet and reserved . . . he makes his way through life with the staff of determination, the footsteps of curiosity, and the challenge of experience. STEPHEN MAIN Steve "Instinct is the nose of the mind." Friendly . . . many wild memories . . . serious and definately worded . . . Steve. I67 ks 4, . -M N92 l , l Melissa Carey in Memory A the wind knocks my window, the room it is wet, but the ioy that she'd radiate i will not forget. i think of her often and 'hope whoever she's met will be fully aware of how precious she is. Lx A Q. ' - Bob Dylan I f'lgllE 2!fgf"ii'V Q .W llwith- libertiestakenj sl , 14-J?2i.i' Senior Index ABELLI, LOIIS- AGOSTINO, ROCKY AHEARN, STEPHEN ALDERMAN, TED ALLEN, KATHLEEN - Drama Club I, Pep Squad I, Steering Committee 3, 4. AMAN, WILLIAM - Football I, 2, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4. AMBLER, EMILY ANDERSON, CARL - T.V. Club 2. ANDREWS, JONATHAN ANTONUCCI, ELIZABETH - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Guidance Aide 3. ARCIERI, ROBERT - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, 3, Baseball I, 4. ARONSON, RHONDA ASKIN, DEAN - EIC I, 2, Steering Committee 2, Variety Show 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Music Club 3, 4, "Fantastiks" 3, "Hello Dolly" 4, "Rhinocerus" 4. ATLAS, DEIRDRE - Community Service Project 2. AUSTIN, SUSAN AVIZA, JOSEPH BACON, ROBERT BALDWIN, ANNE -- Pep Squad I, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Class Secretary 4, Majorette 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Archon Bio. and Verse Co-Editor 4, Variety Show 3, 4. BARNES, JEANNE - Homeroom Rep. I, Pep Squad I, Student Council 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. BARROWS, MICHAEL - Indoor Track I, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, Spring Track I, 2, Key Club 3, Commu- nity Service Project 3. BATER, ROBERT -- Hockey I, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, Spring Track 2. BATZER, BRIAN -- Track 2, Community Service Pro- ject 3, Lacrosse 3, 4. IBAYIE, .DEBORAH - Pep Squad I, 2, Softball I, 2, Basketball I, Art Club I, Library Aid I, Lab Aid I, Spartan Sports Staff I, Homeroom Rep. 2, Tennis 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Archon Staff 4, Commu- nity Service Project 4. BEHRMANN, CHARLES - Hockey I, 2, 3, Co-Capt. j 4, Soccer 2, Track 2. BERENSON, ROBYN - Candy Sale I, 2, French 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4. BERGSTROM, ERIC BERMAN, MARLA BERRINGER, CONSTANCE - Steering Committee 2, Tennis 3, 4, Student Council 3, Nat'l Honor Society 3, , 4, Archon Staff 4. BERTE, PETER - Football 4. BERTRAND, GARY - Football 2, 4. BILLINGSLEY, LAURA - EIC I, Drama Club I, Inter- I national Relations I, Pep Squad I, Basketball 2, Steering Committee 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Community Service Project 4. . BISSEN, RICHARD - Gymnastics 3, Capt. 4. BITTLE, MICHAEL - Football Trainer 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track Trainer 2. BLACK, EVELYN - Library Aid I, 2, Pep Squad I, 2, Guidance Aid 3, 4. BLOOM, MICHAEL - Soccer I, 2, Christmas Club I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, Baseball 4. BLOOMBERG, SUSAN - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Community Service Project 3, 4. BONADIO, EDWARD BONZEY, BRUCE - Football I, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, L Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4. BORGATTI, DENNIS - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4. BOUDREAU, ROBERT BOUTROS, NAGWA - Chess Club I, French Club 2, Community Service Project 2, Variety Show 3, Steer- ing Committee 4. BRADBURY, FLORA I L I I BRADLEY, KEVIN BRADLEY, KEVIN M.P. BREEN, JOHN - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3. BREEN, PETER - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Homeroom Rep. I. BRETT, WARREN BRITTON, LISA - Softball I, Track 2, 3, Gymnastics I, 2, 3, Capt. 4. BROOKS, STUART - Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, Out- door Track I, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball I, Key Club 2, 3, 4. BROWN, EILEEN - Candy Sale I, 2, Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Rep. 4. BROWN, VICKI BRUNELL, GLEN BRYANT, JAMES - Football I, Hockey 2, Indoor Track 4, Outdoor Track I, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4. BUMPUS, WARREN BUNICK, STEVEN - Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, Spring Track I, 2, Indoor Track 3, Chess Club I, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 4, Steering Committee 4. BURKE, JAMES BURKIN, DIANE -- House of Rep. I, 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Community Service Project 3, Vari- ety Show 3, Co-Chairman Study-Time Enrichment Pro- gram 4. BYSTOCK, CHARLES CAGAN, PHYLLIS CAMPBELL, JAMES CAMPBELL, ROSS - Candy Sale 2, Variety Show 3. CANELLI, PATRICIA CANTER, REBECCA CANTIN, NORMAN - Basketball I, 2. CANTWELL, WILLIAM - Football I, 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4. CAPLAN, DONNA CAPLIN, HAROLD - Cross Country 3, Community Action Program 4. CAPLIN, MARILYN - Student-Faculty Forum I, Debate Club I, 2, 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, Latin Study Comm., STEPS 3, Co. Chair. 4, Foreign Lan- guage Degree of Honor, School Comm. Rep. 4, Stu- dent Advisory Comm. 4, Principal's Advisory Comm. 4, Americans Abroad Comm. 4, Spartan Staff 4, NMSQT Letter of Commendation 4, Jewish War Vet- erans Award 4, "It's Academic" Quiz Team 4, National Honor Society 4. CARTER, MARY CAVICCHIO, DAVID CHAMBERLIN, CYNTHIA - Ecology Club 2, Variety Show 3. CHAMPAIGN, PHILIP - Track I. CHANDLER, KAREN - Pep Squad I, Candy Sale I, Steering Committee 2, 4, Class Secretary 3, Variety Show 3, Archon Staff 4, Letter of Commendation. CHEW, KAREN - Community Service Project 3, 4, Candy Sale 3. CHIASSON, RONALD CHILDRESS, BARNET - Variety Show 3, 4. CHOBAN, EVANTHIA - Musical 2, 3, Steering Comm. 4. CHRISTIAN, DEBORAH CIVITARESE, DEBRA - Steering Committee 4, Candy Sale 4. CLARK, GRACE - Candy Sale I, 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Steering Committee 4. CLARK, KENNETH - Student Council I, 2, Wrestling I, 3, Key Club 4. CLOUSE, ROBERT CODRON, IZIDORE -- Debate Club 4, Soccer 4. COFMAN, DEBRA - Spartan Staff 3, Archon Staff 4, Steering Committee 4. COHAN, DENA - Spartan Staff I, 2, 3, Lab Aid I, Tennis Team I, 2, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, 3, 4, Nat'I Honor Society 3, Math Aid 4. COHEN, LISA - Bio. and Verse Co. Editor, Archon 4. COHEN, RACHELLE - Student Council I, 3, Orches- tra I, 2, Spartan Staff I, 2, 3, Co-Editor 4, Home- room Rep. 2, lNat'l Honor Soc. 3, 4, DAR Award 4. COHEN, RONI - Gymnastics I, Variety Show 2, 3. COLE, DEBRA COLEMAN, MARY -- Pep Squad I, Steering Commit- tee 4. COLGAN, FRANK COLLINS, KATHY COLLINS, RICHARD B. COLLINS, RICHARD J. CONNOLY, JOSEPH - Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. CONTI, EUGENE - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, Hockey I, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4. COPPOLA, JOSEPH - Student Advisory Board 3, 4, Community Service 3, HomeRoom Rep. 4, Steering Comm. 4, Class Pres. 4. COSKI, JOHN - Key Club 4. COTE, LAUREN - HomeRoom Rep. I, 2, Steering Comm. 2, 4, Student Council 3. COUNIHAN, EILEEN - Softball I, 2, 3, 4. COURNOYER, ADELARD - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4. COVILLE, GARY CROCKETT, LEE - Spring Track I, Candy Sale I, 2, Steering Committee 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. CROKE, LINDA - Pep Club I, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Gymnastics I, Spanish Club 2, Variety Show 3, Steer- ing Committee 4, Community Service Project 4. CROTTY, JAMES -- Golf I, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, School Committee Rep. 4. CfRO"NE, ROBERT CUDAK, ALICE CUDDY, MARY CULGIN, ROBERT - Football 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. CURRAN, DAVID - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. CUTLER, RUTH - Community Service Program 4. DALY, SUSAN - Band I, Nat'I Honor Society 3, 4. D'AMATO, ANDREA - Softball I, 2, A Capella I, 2, Basketball 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. Class 4, Tennis 3, 4, Student Council 3, Variety Show 3. D'ANGELI, DONNA D'ANGELI, JOSEPH - Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Radio Club 3. DeANGELIS, PAULA - A Capella I, Music Club 2, 3, Gymnastics 3, 4. DELUCA, DONNA - Community Service Proiect 3, Nat'l Honor Society 3. DeNORSCIA, TONY - Track I, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4. DESHON, MARY - Homeroom Rep. 2, Candy Sale 2, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. DESILETS, KENNETH - Wrestling I, 2, Football 2, 3. DEVINE, JEANE DIAMOND, JOANE -- Variety Show I, 2, Steering Comm. 2, Spanish Club 2, Candy Sale 2, Christmas Proiect I, Softball I. DIETZ, RICHARD DIMANNO, DAVID DIVICO, ELAINE - Business and Advertising Staff. DIVICO, LORRAINE - Business and Advertising Staff. DOBBINS, AUDREY - Community Service Program 4, Gymnastics 4, Trampoline Club 4. DONAHUE, JANE - Cheerleading I, 2, 3, Co.-Capt. 4, Student Council I, Homeroom Rep. 2, Steering Committee 4. DONNELLAN, MARY ANNE - Gymnastics I, Variety Show 3. DONNELLY, MARK - Football I, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale 2, 3. DORSEY, JUDY - Candy Sale I, 2, Softball 2, Vari- ety Show 3, Steering Committee 4. DOZOIS, STEPHEN - Football I, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 3. DRENNAN, MICHAEL - Football I, 2, Baseball I, Basketball I, Senior Dance Comm. 4. DUDLEY, PATRICIA - Drama Club I, French Club 2, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 4. DULAC, DAVID - Key Club 3, 4, Steering Commit- tee 4, Community Service Proiect 3, 4, Golf 4. DUNHAM, SHERYLL EDWARDS, ROBERT - Hockey I, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. EGASTI, LOIS - Spartan Staff I, 2, 3, A Cappella I, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, NMSQT Letter of Commen- dation 4, Archon Reflections Editor 4, Variety Show 3, 4. EICHEL, ILENE - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Basketball Man- ager 4, Softball Manager 4. EIDELMAN, ALBERT - Soccer 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3. ELLSWORTH, ROBERT - Hockey I, 2, 3, Golf I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Football 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4. ELWORTHY, BETH - HomeRoom Rep. I, 2, 3, Candy Sale 2, 3, Variety Show 3. ENGEL, KAREN - Pep Squad I, 2, Basketball I, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Rep. 4, Tennis 2, 3, Archon Co-Editor-in-Chief 4. ENRIGHT, KENNETH - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Baseball I, Track 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3. ENTWISLE, SUSAN - Variety Show 2, 3, March of Dimes Drive 4. ERICSON, CINDY - Mixed Chorus I, Curriculum and Instruction Committee 2, Steering Committee 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Spartan Staff 3, 4, Archon Features and Activities Co-Editor 4. EVANS, SHERRY FARRELL, ROBERT - Cross Country 4, Track 4. FEGAN, GARY - Key Club 3, 4, Gymnastics I, 2, 3, Capt. 4. FELDMAN, LESLIE FENTON, LESLIE FERRARO, RICHARD - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4. FERRO, GARY FILOSA, CYNTHIA FINGER, ANDREA - Glee Club I, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Variety Show 2, 3, Fashion Show 3, Steering Com- mittee 4, Community Service Proiect 4, Archon Staff 4. FINK, STUART - Music Club I, 2, Drama Club I, 2, Glee Club I, Ski Club I, Key Club 2, 4, Variety Show 3, Community Service Program 3, School Rep. to Town, Musical 2, 4. FIORITO, JUDITH FIRTH, PAUL FISCHER, TOM - Track I, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Steer- ing Committee I, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Community Serv- ice Project 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Key Club 4, Student Council, Cross Country 4, Musical 4. FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM FLATTERY, KAREN FLYNN, KENNETH - Track I, Gymnastics 4. FOSTER, LAURA - Mixed Chorus I, Business and Advertising, Archon 4. FOSTER, MELANIE - Variety Show 3, Nat'l Honor Society Sec. 3, 4, Community Service Project 3, Math Aid 4, Archon Staff. FOYNES, MAURA - Mixed Chorus I, Steering Com- mittee 3, Community Service Proiect 4. FRASER, DAVID FRARY, MlCl'lAElL -- Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2. IZREEDMAN, DAVID - Golf I, 2, Chess Club I, Key Club 4. FRIEDENBERG, TODD - Key Club I, 2, 3, 4. FURBUSH, NANCY -- Candy Sale I, 2, Play, Make- Up Committee 3. GALLAGER, JEAN - Glee Club I, Mixed Chorus I, Library Aid I, 2, Guidance Aid 3, 4. GAMBONE, MIKHEI. -- Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Raffle Committee 3. GARRY, LYNN GENTRY, LINDA - Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Drama Club I, Candy Sale I, Variety Show 3. GIACOMUZZI, JUDITH GIANGREGORIO, JOHN - Track I, Outdoor Track 2, Indoor Track 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Lab Aid 2, Community Service Program 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, Letter of Commendation 4. GIANGREGORIO, VINCENT - Track I, Football I, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4. GIBSON, KATHY GILGALLON, PAUL - Track I, Basketball I, Cross Country 2, Indoor Track 2, Outdoor Track 2. GINSBERG, BRUCE - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Rep. I, 2, Student Council 3, 4. GLASSMAN, THOMAS GOLDMAN, KAREN - Student Council I, 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Variety Show 3, Tennis 3, Capt. 4, Cross Country 4, Senior Play 4. GOLDMAN, RICHARD -- Candy Sale I, Volleyball I, Football 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4. GORFIEN, .JOSEPH - Spartan Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, House of Rep. I, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. ooRMAN, MICHAEL GOULD, BRUCE -- Tennis I, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Com- munity Service Proiect 3, Key Club 4, Volleyball 4. GRADY, JOHN - Volleyball I, 3, 4, Track I, 2. GRANT, GEORGE - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 3. GREEN, ROBERT GREENBERG, RANDIE - Homeroom Rep. I, 2, Vari- ety Show I, 2, 3, 4, Art Club I, 2, 3, Christmas Play 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Competi- tive Plays 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Community Service Proiect 3, 4, "Hello Dolly" 4. GREENE, LAURIE GREGG, DARRYL - Spring Track I, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3. GRIFFIN, STEPHEN GUIDA, BRUCE GUIGLI, MICHAEL - Candy Sale I, Track I, Volley- ball I, 2, Football 2, Soccer 3, Wrestling 3, 4. HABERMAN, DAVID - Glee Club I, 2, Chorus I, 2, A Cappella 2, Music Club 2, 3, Library Aid 2, 3, 4, Community Service Proiect 4. HADAYIA, FRED HALL, DEBORAH - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 4, Homeroom Rep. 2, 3. HALLIDAY, DAVID HANDLIN, CAROL-ANN - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Bas- ketball I, Softball 3, Steering Committee 4. HANNA, BETH HANSON, ROBERT HARBBERTS, JOAN HART, ELLEN - VietNam Project I, Variety Show 3, Fashion Show 3. HARVEY, ALAN HARVEY, CHERYL HATCH, RICKY HAWLEY, ROBERT - Basketball I. HAYES, MARIANNE HEATH, NANCY - Library Aid 1, 2, 3. HEGRTY, BRUCE HENLEY, ROBERT - Candy Sale I, 25 Gymnastics I, 2. HERRICK, LAURIE - Mixed Chorus I5 Softball I5 Christmas Project I5 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Community Service Project 35 Steering Committee 45 Archon Staff 4. HERRIN, CAROL -- Library Aid I5 Chorus I5 Variety Show 35 "Fantasticks" 35 Competitive Plays 35 Diary of Anne Frank 45 Hello Dolly 45 Steering Committee 4. HERWECK, MARK - Community Service Project 3, 4. HEVESH, MARK HICKEY, KATHLEEN - Basketball I, 2, 3. HIGGINS, PATRICIA HILL, MICHELE - Art I, 2, 3, 4. HOGAN, RANDALL - Football I, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling I, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Rep, 4. HOLLIS, WILLIAM - Football I5 Basketball I5 Wres- tling 25 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse I, 2, 3, Co- Capt. 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4. HOPKINS, MILES -- Nat'I Honor Society 3, 45 NMSQT Semi-Finalist 4. HOPKINS, PETER - Football I5 Track I5 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. HORAN, BAILEY HULING, TRACY - A Capella I5 Steering Committee 2, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Cheerleading 35 Community Service Program 3, 45 Student Council 45 Variety Show 45 Nat'l Honor Society 4. HUMPHREY, ROBERT - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Brass Quintet I, 2, 3, 45 Jazz Band I, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show I, 2, 3, 45 Nat'l Honor Society 3, 45 Musical 4. HURLBUT, CAROL - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Musical I, 25 Bicycle Club 35 Variety Show 35 Drama Club 4. HURLEY, MARK - Football I, 2, 35 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Candy Sale I, 25 A.V., T.V. Club I, 25 Spartan I, 25 Key Club 3, 45 Steering Committee 3, 45 Community Service Program 3, 45 Spartan Editor 45 Archon - Reflections Co-Editor. IMHOF, BOB JACOBSON, PAUL JAMES, ROBERT JANIAK, ANDY - Soccer I, 2, 3, 45 Gymnastics I, 25 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Rep. I5 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Indoor Track 3, 4. JARVIS, HAROLD JASSET, LOIS - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Steering Committee 2, 3, 45 Fashion Show 35 Archon Staff 4. JENKINS, DONNA - Drama Club I, 25 Field Hockey I5 Steering Committee 4. JIGGETTS, KEVIN - Soccer I, 2, 3, 45 Steering Committee 2, 35 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Nat'I Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 25 Class Pres. 2. JORGENSEN, KATHY - Candy Sale I, 25 Gymnas- tics I5 Christmas Project I, 25 Pep Squad I5 Student Council I, 25 Steering Committee 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt.5 Homeroom Rep. 25 Community Service Project 3, 45 Archon Staff 4. JOSLIN, JUDY KARARRUBIAS, CONNIE KANTOR, WAYNE KAPUSIENSKI, LEE - Variety Show I, 35 Steering Committee 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Musical 25 Gym- nastics 25 Candy Sale 25 Archon Staff 45 Homeroom Rep. 35 Curriculum and Ins. Comm. KASETA, STEVE - Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 25 Baseball I5 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Project I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Lacrosse 45 Homeroom Rep. 2. KATZIFF, LYNNE - Basketball I5 Field Hockey I, 25 Volleyball I5 Drama Club I, 2, 35 Christmas Project I5 Glee Club I5 Steering Comm. 45 Plays 35 Archon Staff 4. KEAVENEY, DONALD - Football I, 2, 3, 45 Hockey I, 25 Track 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4. KEEFE, JAMES KEENAN, DIANNE -- Homeroom Rep. I, 25 Spartan Staff 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 35 Candy Sale I5 Lab Aid I. I7 KELLER, MARLENE -- Community Service Program 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, Steering Comm. 4. KELLY, DIANNE -- Steering Comm. 3, 4. KERSHAW, LESLIE KING, MIKE - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Comm. 2, Variety Show 3, Community Service Proiect 4. KING, MITCHELL -- Student Council I, 2, Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. KIANNE, JOANNE - Basketball I, Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Steering Comm. 4. KLAVANS, JERRY - Variety Show 3, 4. KNEPP, BRIAN KOKIDKO, ANNA - Pep Squad I, 2, Candy Sale I, Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Senior Play 4. KORMAN, KIMBERLY - Steering Comm. 2, 3, Vari- ety Show 3, 4, Spartan Editor, Pres. of Class 3. KRASNOFF, MARGERY LAMPIE, MARK LANCESTER, MARK LARKIN, SUSAN - Candy Sale I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Volleyball 2. LaROSA, LINDA LAWRENCE, PETER - Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, Variety Show 3, Plays 3, Golf 4. LEACH, SALLY LEDWELL, DIANE -- Cheerleader I, Basketball I, Volleyball I, Student Council 4. LENTZ, TINA -- Candy Sale I, 2, Community Service Project 4, Steering Comm. 4, Archon Bio. and Verse. LEONARD, RICHARD LERNER, JEFF - Student Council I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Baseball 3. LESSARD, GENEVIEVE - Gymnastics I, 2, Variety Show 3, 4, Musical 3, Community Service Program 4. LESSER, BARBARA - Drama Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, N.E. Drama Fest. 2, 3, 4, E.I.C. I, 2, 3, Pre. Arts Club 2, 3, Senior and Comp. Plays 3, 4, Who's Who in Senior Drama Award, Community Service Proiect 4. LEVERGOOD, BARBARA LEVIN, ANN LEVINE, MARCIA LEVITON, JANICE - Music Club 2, 3, 4, Community Service Project 3, 4. LEVY, LINDA LIVINGSTONE, GREGORY LOMBARD, DEBRA LOUCKS, NANCY - Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4. LOWELL, SUSAN LOWRY, STEVE - Football I. LUCAS, RAYMOND LUDMER, VICKI - Steering Committee 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Community Service Proiect 3, 4. LUKIANOV, ALEX - Track I, Cross Country 2. LUNDY, GAIL LUPIEN, DONNA - Archon Advertising Staff 4. LYNCH, DEBBIE LISK, SCOTT MacFARLANE, PAMELA - Field Hockey 2, 3, Cap- tain 4, Softball 2, 3, Captain 4, Basketball 2, 3, Cap- tain 4. MACHNIK, MICHAEL - Music Club 4, Musical 4. MaolNNES, SCOTT MacLEOD, PATRICIA I MAHONEY, JANE - Gymnastics I, 2, Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, Candy Sale 2, 3. MAIN, STEPHEN MARCOLDI, ROBERT MARINILLI, TONY - Nat'l Honor Society Treasurer 3, 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, Soccer 3. MARKS, RHONDA - Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Com- munity Service Project 3, 4, Spartan Features and Activities Co-Editor 4, Archon Business and Advertis- ing Editor 4. MARKS, RICHARD - Chess Club 2, T.V. Studios 3. MARRAM, DONNA - Gymnastics Team I, Softball I, 2, 4, Pep Squad I, French Club I, Candy Sale I, Field Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 2, Steering Committee 3, 4, Community Service Proiect 3, 4. MARSH, PAUL - National Honor Society 3, 4. MARSH, PETER - National Honor Society 3, 4. MARTIN, NANCY - Pep Squad I, 2, 3, Christmas Proiects I, 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Drama Club I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. MASTRANGELO, KENNETH - Wrestling 3, 4, Chess Club I. MASTROFILLIPPO, LUCIA - Pep Squad I, 2, Candy Sale 2. MATTHEWS, WILLIAM - Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track I, 3, Volleyball I, 2, Outdoor Track I, 2. MAYOR, CATHERINE - Musical 3, 4, Archon Staff 3, Steering Committee 4, Performing Arts Club 4, Competitive Plays 4, Senior Play 4. MCBRIDE, KATHY McCUE, CAROLINE - National Honor Society 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, Music Club 3, 4. MCFARLAND, WAYNE MCGEOCH, VALERIE - Musical 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, Competitive Plays 3, Bicycle Club 3, Senior Play 4, Steering Committee 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. MCGOWAN, MARY - Basketball I, Glee Club I, Candy Sale 2, Pep Squad 2, Variety Show 3, Musical 3, 4. McGRATH, RICHARD - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, McGRATH, STEPHEN - Band 1, 2, A.v. 2, MCHUGH, KATHLEEN McLEAN, RUSSELL - Football I, 2, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. McMANUS, ELIZABETH - Pep Squad I, Candy Sale I, A Capella I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Community Action Program 4. McNALLY, JOHN - Baseball I, Basketball I, Volley- ball I, 2, 3, 4. McNEIL, PAUL - Football I. MEGIN, MAUREEN MELEGOS, CHRISTOPHER - Baseball I, Football I. MERCHANT, MICHAEL - Hockey I, 2, 3, Co-Cap- tain 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, Captain 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Variety Show 3. MERYL, CHERYL MICONI, ROSANNE - Archon Staff 3, Faculty Editor 4, Performing Arts Club 3, 4, Steering Comm. 3, 4. MILLER, STEPHEN - Golf 2, 4, Community Service 3, 4. MILLS, ANDREA - French Club 2, Math Club 4. MISSELL, KATHY MITRANO, DENISE - Christmas Proiect I, Pep Squad I, 2, Variety Show 3, 4, EIC I, 2, Work Day 3. MOLLICA, DIANE - Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3. MONAHAN, SHARON - Homeroom Rep. I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Class Sec. 2, Community Service 3, Gymnastics I, 2, Cheerleader 3, Variety Show 3, Archon Co-Editor 4. MONTAGUE, SCOTT - Football I, Basketball I, 2, Community Service 3. MOONEY, CHRISTINE MOORE, STEPHANIE - Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Co- Captain 4, Band I, 2, Performing Arts Club I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spar- tan Staff 4. MORRILL, CHRISTOPHER MORSE, ROBERT -1-- Band I, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, Football 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Rep. I, 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4. MOYNIHAN, JOSEPH --- Football I, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Homeroom Rep. I, Variety Show 3. MOYNIHAN, MAYRANNE -- Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Community Service 3. MUNSON, DONNA MURPHY, JAMES -- Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Golf I, 2, Tennis 3, Soccer 3, Co-Captain 4, Spar- tan I, 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4. MURPHY, MAUREEN - Drama Club I, Mixed Chorus 2, Pep Squad I, Steering Committee 3, 4. MUSGRAVE, PAULA - Candy Sale I, 2, 4, Home- room Rep. I, 2, Steering Committee 4, Variety Show 3, Community Service 3. NACHTRAB, KATHLEEN - Mixed Chorus I, French Club 2, Tennis 2, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. NEAL, JONATHAN NEWTON, NILE NICKERSON, GLEN - Football I, 2, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. NOONAN, TIMOTHY - Football I, 2, 3, Hockey I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, Indoor Track I, Outdoor Track 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, President 4. O'BRlEN, MARY - Pep Squad I. O'DELL, EDWARD - Football Manager 2, 4, Volley- ball 4. O'NEILL, ALICE O'NElL, JOHN - Hockey I, Lacrosse 2, Gymnastics 3, 4. OUELLETTE, GENE OIJELLETTE, GERRY PACKWOOD, BRUCE PAGLIUCA, DEBRA - Candy Sale I, 2, Pep Squad I, 2, Music Club 3. PAPPAS, MARK -- Variety Show 3, Comm. Service Project 3, Steering Committee 4. PARADIS, PIERRE PARADISO, STEPHEN - Football I, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Soc- cer 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Steering Comm. 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. PARESKY, RICHARD - Spartan Staff I, 2, 3, Fea- tures and Activities Editor 4. PARISI, RITA PARKER, ANN - Mixed and Select Choir I, 2, 3, A.F.S. jto Brazil from New Yorkl, National Honor Society 3, 4. PARKER, JOHN PATRUNO, LUCIA - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Pep Squad 2, Steering Committee 3, 4, Variety Show 3. PEARL, ELISSA - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Community Service Project 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Archon Staff 4, Steering Committee 4. PEARO, JAMES - Basketball I, 2, 3, Baseball I, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4, Musical 4. PELIS, PATRICIA - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I. PERINI, LINDA - Homeroom Rep. 3, Basketball 3, Community Service ' - ' 4 Candy Sale 4. Project 3, 4, Variety Show 3, , PETTIPAS, SUSAN - Community Service Project 3. PICARD, JOHN PICARIELLO, ANN - Softball I, 2, Candy Sale 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Steering Committee 41 PISELLO, GEORGE - Mixed Chorus I, Community Service Project 3, 4, Wrestling 4. PINCUS, LAURIE PLUNKETT, BRUCE PLUNKETT, JAMES - Basketball I. POLLEY, FRED - Hockey I, Football I, 2, 3, 4. POLOGE, RACHELLE - EIC I, 2, Musical 3, Seminar Day 2. 1 l PONGRATZ, ROSEANN PORTER, CATHERINE - Gymnastics I, 2, French Club 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, Community Service Proiect 3, PORTER, DONNA POSTEL, ERIC - Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4. POTISCHMAN, NANCY - Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Archon Senior Co-Editor 4. PRICE, DAVID PRINKEY, DAWN PRUTZANNI, DAVID - Track I, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. PUDDESTER, ERNEST QUERNEY, MINORU RADFORD, DAWN RADLO, NADINE - Color Guard 2, 3, Archon Bio. and Verse Staff 4. RALSTON, GAYLE - Steering Committee 4. RAMSLAND, ROBERT REILLY, DANIEL - Football I, 2, Track I, Basketball 2, 3, 4. REMILLARD, JAMES -- Band I, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Volleyball 4. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM - Basketball I, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Steering Committee 4. RHODES, ROBERT - Football 2, 3, 4, Spartan 2, Sports Editor 3, News Editor 4, Key Club 3, Senior Dirc. 4, Class Co-President 4, Archon Sports Co-Editor 4. RICH, JOSEPH RICHARDSON, GALE - Mixed Chorus I, Musical 2. RING, HOWARD - Chess Club I, Science Fair I, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Spartan Staff 3. ROBBINS, JEFF - Soccer 2, 3. RODROGIEZ, PAUL - Soccer 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. ROGERS, MELANIE - Gymnastics 3, "Fantastiks" 3, Competitive Play 4, Anne Frank 4, Drama Club 4. ROONEY, DEBBIE - Candy Sale I, Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Color Guard 3, 4, Variety Show 3. ROSE, SHERRY - Candy Sale I, 2, Steering Commit- tee 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. ROSENBERG, AMY - Candy Sale I, Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Tennis 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Archon Staff 4. ROSS, CURT ROTHSCHILD, DEBRA ROTHSCHILD, KAREN ROUSSEA, AUDREY - Candy Sale I, 2, Pep Squad I, 2, Tennis I, 2, 3, Steering Committee 4. RUMUL, PAUL RUSSELL, ROBERT - Lab Aid I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Football 3, Key Club 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Steering Committee 4, Spartan Staff 4, Musi- cal 4, Senior Play 4. RYTER, ALAN SALADINO, VALERIE SAMOLUK, GEORGE - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, Steer- ing Committee 2. SANDERS, DEBBIE - Steering Committee 2, 4, Vari- ety Show 3. SAPINO, CHERYL - Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Steering Committee 4. SAVOCA, SUSAN SAWYER, SHARON SCHNEIDER, ARTHUR - Track 2, Bike Club 3, Spar- tan Staff 3, 4. SCHURZKY, LOIS - Pep Squad I, 2, Candy Sale I, Steering Committee 4, Senior Play 4. SCHWARTZ, SANDRA - Pep Squad I, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Steering Committee 3, Variety Show 3, Com- munity Service Program 4. SCIJLLY, KATHLEEN -' Pep Squad I, Candy Sale 3. SEAVEY, MITCHELL -' Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Spring Track 3, 4, Candy Sale 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Community Service Program 4. SEGAI., ELLEN SELTZER, CINDY - Community Service Program I, 2, 3, French Club I, Spartan Staff I, 2, Spartan Exchange Editor 3, Spartan Co-Editor-in-Chief 4, Homeroom Representative 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Student Advisory Committee 4. SEWARD, ELLEN - Candy Sale I, Music Club 2. SEWELL, JEANETTE - Nat'l Honor Society 3, Pres. 4, Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2, 3, Variety Show 3, NMSQT Semi-Finalist 4, Archon Senior Co- Editor 4. SEXTON, MICHAEL SHAMES, JEFFREY SHANLEY, MARY - Glee Club I, Variety Show 3. SHARPE, DOUGLAS - T.V. Club I, 2, Aid 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I, A Capella 2, 4, Musical 2, Variety Show 4. SHEDD, ALISON - Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad I, 2, E.I.C. I, Competitive Plays 3, 4, Senior Play 4. SHEEHAN, JEAN - Spanish Club I, Volleyball 2. SHEETZ, MARYBETH - Spanish Club 2, Community Service Program. SHWARTZ, DONNA SIBLEY, TARA - Mixed Chorus I, French Club 2. SILVA, JAMES SILVER, HEIDI - Pep Squad I, 2, Drama Club 4, Steering Committee 3, 4, Spartan Staff 4, Community Service Program 3, 4. SIMMONDS, ELIZABETH - Tennis 3, Drama Club 3, Variety Show 3, Musical 3. SINGH, ANJALI SLABI, SUSAN - Pep Squad I, 2, Candy Sale I, 2. SMITH, ANDREA - Softball I, Candy Sale I, 2, Vol- leyball 3, Variety Show 3, Homeroom Rep. 4, Steer- ing Committee 4. SMITH, TERESA - Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, Softball I. SMITH, THOMAS - Football 2. SMITH, WADE SMITH, WILLIAM SODEKSON, STEPHEN - Indoor Track I, Football 2, Tennis 3, 4. SOL, JEFF SOMERS, KEN SONSINI, MELANIE SOODAK, DAVID - Gymnastics 3, 4. SPIERTO, CHARLES ST. MARTAIN, SUSAN - Spartan 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Steer- ing Comm. 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3. STARK, PATRICIA STEBBINS, MARK STURGEON, ROBERT SULLIVAN, MICHAEL - Football I, 2, 3, 4. SULLIVAN, THERESA SWANSBERG, DOROTHY SWEENEY, CHRISTINE - Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Variety Show 3, Commu- nity Service Proiect 3, 4. SWEET, ERIC TABOL, STEPHEN - Indoor Track I, 2, 3, 4, Out- door Track I, 2, 3, 4. TANG, ALEXANDER TARTUFI, NANCY THACKER, DIANE - Homeroom Rep. I, 2, 3, 4, Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Color Guard 3, 4, Steering Comm. 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Community Service Pro- gram 3. THORPE, MARY - Pep Squad I, 2, Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 35 Play 4. TIBBERT, GARY TRAVAGLINI, JOHN - Candy Sale I, 25 Science Fair I5 Basketball I5 Track I5 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Steer- ing Comm. 2, 45 Nat'I Honor Society 3, 45 Variety Show 35 Community Service Program 3, 45 Letter of Commendation 45 Key Club 4. TRAVIS, GEORGE TRUESDALE, DAVID TRUSCELLO, LOURAINE TURNAN, MARY - Candy Sale I, 25 Gymnastics I, 25 Steering Comm. I, 2, 45 Variety Show 3. UDELSON, JAMES UHRIG, DONNA - Pep Squad I, 25 Candy Sale 2, 35 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Class Play 45 Variety Show 3. VanALSTIN, MARGO VANSICKLE, ANDREA VATOR, CAROL - Candy Sale I5 Color Guard 2, 3, Co-Capt. 45 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 3, 45 Archon - Bio. and Verse. VENTO, PATRICIA VERDOLINO, DAVID - Golf 25 Nat'l Honor Society 3, 45 Community Service Program 35 Archon Business and Adv. Staff 2. WADNESS, GARY - Golf 3, 4. WALANT, GLEN - Band I, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 45 Music Club 2. WALCKER, JOSEPH - Hockey I, 2, 3, 45 Track I5 Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Community Service Program 3, 4. WALLACE, ARTHUR - Wrestling I, 25 Band I5 Vari- ety Show I5 Track I5 Candy Sale I, 25 Key Club 45 Steering Comm. 4. WALLACE, CINDY - Community Service Program 3. WALSH, MARLENE WALSH, PAT - Pep Squad I, 25 Candy Sale I, 25 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 3. WARD, JEFF WARD, JUDY WEINER, LELAND WELD, SHARON WELLING, CHRISTOPHER - Track I, 2, 35 Cross Country 25 Soccer 35 Musical 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 35 Key Club 45 Student Council 4. WENZELL, LINDA WERNICK, SUSAN - Softball I5 Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Squad I5 Ski Club I5 French Club 25 Steering Comm. 3, 4. WHITCHER, JOHN WILBUR, KEVIN WILLIAMS, NATHANIEL WILSON, DIANE - Homeroom Rep. I5 Candy Sale 25 Steering Comm. 4. WILSON, TOMAS WILSON, CHRIS - Football I, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 45 Wrestling 2, 35 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. WINN, TOM - Football I, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. WRIGHT, RUTH - Variety Show 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 25 Musical 3. YETON, KIMBERLY - Variety Show I, 2, 35 A Cap- pela I, 3, 45 Steering Comm. 25 Music Club 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Jazz Band 3, 4. YOICIN, DAVID ZIGMAN, SHSRYN - Candy Sale I, 2, 35 French Club 25 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 3. 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Tracy Huling Mrles Hopkms as Good Looking as Bill Mai-lhews GEF iff? av 0 as as Musical as Glen Walanf as Wil-fy as Pefer Lawrence Andrea Dmmafo as Dedicated as Ghip Coppola 1535. as Musical as Kim Yealon as Dedicafed as NN Q .fy-'sh' IHA' f-'-s..s' M, ,.v""""'!sq,, as Willy as Mary Turnan ary' as Individualisfio as Nile Newfon as Individualisfio as Jenny Lessard f V M N fy ' ,ag 0' , U ' x X as Versafile as Karen Goldman as Creafive as ,, 'I n 4.55, as Versafile as Dave Curran Sharon Monahan as Creafive as Dean Askin .w""'-""'r P 4. .- il. I I A - ' p '41 91.4 ' g3i 4.... fij 1jf':'i',iixiZ1 4 e ' A Vu ff. C ' - ig ' ' s yy, : K--' -' '- ' Q... f' W 5 A . + 1 r' 1 ' x . I , ' 1 um.. "' ,mm1nnouuNllomIl""""" E 90 N W FC lCCjuonS X'- my s ' ? in I U s I ledions A ! L:-BFEfl6C+iOhS K .. V C refledionS K? , dions J as ' Do You Remember . . . .iefff Edie, Andrea, and Sharon as Emoees? Chip, Bob, Kim, and Kevin as Presidenfs? Mr. Beard, Mr. Brunelle, and Mr. Qfepanian as Advisors? l5'7 Fire alarms, gym suifs. school lunches, F. J. Cavanaugh, wooden beams, and 2:0557 40" Nobsof, Famous, Pizza Wagon, and The Denier Library on Sunday affernoons? BUY A TICKET T0 THE COMPETITIVE PLA YQ . . . FANAQTICKQ The Variefy Show . . . Anne Frank Cheering, Winning, Losing "We are Seniors" 'Ali Ali 00 00 00" '73, Class Io be!" if eihixtsmliwi Mliiidsuumumaum . vw- f3ff,?f1'1U N xo "In a fime of youfh, folly is nof an evil. one may succeed in spife of if providing one finds an Experienced feacher and has fhe righf affifude foward him." - The I Chin U4 Q .I -'fi '4:1".f4:,iy 1 pf A7 .f in " ul u'- 2,, H: -. WH 1' '- ' , 'I-44 LQ' ,Jn a. ug--1 :I ,, ' ,, j ' 5 L 1-.4 u lun: I , , i.. 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" x 5,1 if A K, , Jfihxffrf X' " 'Wal 4 jf 7 1 ff. 26 44 1 xv fd 1.'l"?' P "-'zfftlfj fx A fagh, . -fm-A 1 ' 5 ilfzfp-5' , fj-I . - , Z Q f K I 55 r 3' W - J N. 1 lagl: v ? I: fx A ..-' ' :Z l ' - 'Q 1 'J If-' ,.j if " p' N, ' ' ,, ' igv ' L , . 1: Zyl lr, I 1, ,-1ffAff"f:f:3-.- in :QQ ,,,,g54.- ' ie ':'g:fi3f'fl1 V 'Q-1'-X ,. yy' f 55 , 53,35 3-:,4: . f, j"' If-j' x I 4 I K A ? N! I Ni 5 V I I 5 rf rw I -4. i- 1 , ,i f .ww -4: ns.. .X f 'fi ' 4 . YZJQ' , ., V fi '- 1 6 - I I T I I 'f I, L 755 H?'ou're run by you and noi as oieosroom beli. We!i 5 don? know how. ,., Y' 125.5 ivy, Eu? you're as bg boy now." I -- J. Sebasfian 1 'wi if ff be 5 -A 'N Km I 'Q' O 5 V "Say baby, fhere's nofhing poinfless abouf fhis game. The fhing is you see whaf you wanf fo see and you hear whaf you wanf fo hear. You dig? - The Rock Man whim ,when HI , i fufgif. ff! K 1 'U y 4. Ml. 4 . :ii i till L: U Q K 31: J: ' 2' 5, F , fa ' 4- ' A ig.,' 3 fs 1 ' l If + . 4' 'Q ,., 4 Q 1 . -. ,J V.: 5 91, '. 4s-. wh ,X x -- M . x- , x S ys.. gh, A 1 o 1 'ff . '.:Q1:.g5,. . ff... ', . f I, .Sy .f V. -. -Ly . ' , v lf' s .fum 5 - my ugh .,, Q . , . 4 :': -. C., ' K ' -i , ww t-.Q 5' A ., ,, ,f .xg ' . 1 .1 vi! S . sv in.-' 'W 1 .- -Q. Q. m fr, . 1 'E .K Af i if ' Xa x 'y' 5 I9 4 . Y x 4 2 I Q , i- -umm-as mwuyq 'Known-.,,.4... ,muh N I ZOI I A Gopal evening, ladies and gentlemen, faculty and administration, par- :znie and invited guests, and members af the class of l973. lt sure is good In see you cill here since this is an optional yearbook, but if you plan in be un:-uly you can iusi leave this yearbook here cmd now, and you geritlemer- in the back row know who l'm talking about. May we extend a sincere welcome to this page of elite print. And to start off the festivities this evening le-t's have a warm round of applause for All the People by Lisa Cohen All the people that I know have all chipped in, to help me grow. Next on our program we have a contribution from Liz Simmonds . . The Chairs by Liz Simmonds A man once made a chair that no one noticed. He thought to himself, "lf I were to build three or four chairs then someone will surely notice. All being the best materials and constructed with the finest mastered skills, who could resist?" Three weeks passed and the chairs of a kind collected dust. The man's pockets were barren and he was rapidly losing confidence in his chairs. It was of the third week second day that a man of shopping type did notice these chairs of fine skill. "Sir these chairs are very fine. I will take one of them and I will pay your price." This chair now sits in the man's house and placed on this chair is a vase with one flower, and a large amount of dust. The other chairs stand with the first man waiting for their purpose. Who said chairs were made for sitting on? Just as long as they are of the finest material and constructed with skill, someone will surely notice. At this point we would like to offer our condolences to all those who are not reading this page. Boy, you sure are missing out. And now we are going to hear from Sharon Monahan . . . You are one of those beautiful people -- one that when you see makes you smile -- one that when you hear makes you laugh - one that when you have makes you special -- you are one of them Thanks, that was iust great. Next folks a piece from Ken Clark The Shore by Ken Clark We shared a life of solitude, the sandy beach was our resort. On this shore, this granulated paradise, we were together, we were one, and enioyed the tranquility of having two minds to search for tomorrow. But tomorrow has come, this sandy beach, once a paradise, has become a resort for the mind. Here I can reminisce of yesterday, and see the golden light, down amidst her golden beaches. I can see the sun set, and the blue ocean in her eyes. How wonderfully beautiful, All I love, this sandy beach, and this warm lonely heart. When the sun does set, my heart melts, this girl I loved, is gone, set like the sun. But now that my love is gone, I must be gone also, To search for the other sandy beach in the distance, on the horizon. And when I find it, And what is contentment? When a man can hold the quiet in his hands and not feel his hands are empty. For contentment is the lull in Time. And here is a message from a celebrity guest, Aram Saroyam . . My arms are warm. Aram Saroyam. speaking of celebrity poets, we'll be hearing from Stephen now . . I will again have my ioy. To give my endless love to, me till the time, fm The sun sets on that horizon. l And now we'd like to take some time out of our program for sol acknowledgements of services rendered. The editors would like' express their gratitude to Tracy Huling and Mike King for their aid the Biography and Verse staff, and the Sports staff. Thanks a Tracy and Mike. And now here's a little something from Paul Sing I l l l time it was and what a time it was, it wosl. . . a time of innocence a time of confidences long ago . . . it must be. . I have a photograph. Preserve your memories, They're all that's left you. Wunnerful, jess wunnerful. May we present to you now Cinnamon Freedom . . . Tarry No Longer by Cinnamon Freedom tarry no longer: the first trial is done, and the door is closed! there is no point in running visualize two mirrors, reflecting each others! behind you is nothing, ahead, nothing. be seated. tarry no longer: though you lose little, you gain less by trying to mix your yesterdays so as to forget tears and even thought, the river of experience should flow through you and out' of you! all is clear now, so that it may die soon! the light may blind you, so close your eyes. tarry no longer: for this void is in darkness moving on is near certain even though without direction. If you folks have any comments about our elite print, we'd be glad to hear about them if they're good. If they're bad, then iust forget it. And from an anonymous author . . . we were searching . . looking we were watching . . learning we were seeing . . finding we were touching . . feeling we were being . . living we were loving . . everyone we were Thank you. And iust for the record, does anyone remember the Spar- tan Spy? Ah yes - P.U. and Q.T. were definately seen together dur- ing vacation. What could it all mean?" Ella Phino. Now back to the more important things in life. If you liked that last poem, we know you'll like these candid quips . . . Mark Lampie - "Wipe your feet before you get in the car." Debbie Sanders -- "Oh Andy." Mr. Ernst - "I remember when I was in the Marines. . . " Sue St. Martin - "You tards." Karen Engel -- "ls it really you." Bruce Gould - "I sure did. Did you?" Debbie Baye - lsnapl Peter Lawrence - "Chris TayIor's my son." Maura Foynes - "It's hot in here." Albie Eidleman - "Doi." Laurie Herrick - "l don't want to do this." Jeff Ward - "No it's not a red ding ding. It's a fire truck." Mr. Whelan -- "And woebetide the person who hasn't read it." Glen Nickerson - "Take a hikeroo." Karen Chandler - "I wonder what he's really Iike." Beth McManus -- "Ay Carumba." Mitch King - "Dig those sandblasted exhaust manifolds." Diane Burkin - "What a hunk." Joey D'Angeli - "Time out!" Lois Egasti -- "Incredible." Ann Marie - "Can you beat it?" Buzzy Hollis -- "It's Bloomin' Iz!" Izi Codron - complete with Rhodesian accent - "Do you use a turbo-gun?" Cindy Ericson - "That's toboggan Iz, tobooogganf' Senior Cheerleaders, Colorguarders, and Maiorettes - "75 -- You're all iive. 74 - Out the door. 73 - Class to be." What more can we say, it's been great and we hope you liked it, because we sure did. A heartfelt thanks to all contributors to this page ldeliberate or otherwisel and to the Class of I973 for giving us some- thing to write about. Maybe we'II do it again sometime. And to end our program on a light note, here's a little something we know you'll engoy. . . one, two senior crew, three, four few days more, five, six sign those pix, seven, eight graduate, nine, ten frosh again. Hey you guys - Take it easy -- We'II see ya later. 203 .w 1 A , . 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Best Wishes to Class of "73" Best Wishes to Class of "73" Bill and Dede "Bob and Di" summer of "72" Bob lBig Sibj and Diane lLittle Sibl "73" Bob, Jerry, Barry Bonnie and Bobby California or bust - P.M., K. T., M.S., S.B. Chris Taylor isn't your son Pete. Chuck - you look a little bit out of it. Clarabelle, Chet, Brenkley Cocaine and Brownie are bored from Friday nights. Curtain No. 3 - Zonk! Dawn Renee Prinkey Death is the greatest kick of all, why do you think they save it for last? Do chickens have lips Doily Carter Corner Donna and Pete in pool - Old Harold Donna and Tommy, July 22, 1972 Don't ask! Elaine and Tom Elissa Pearl ELPAUAKI Fellow ducks of America - unite! "Film cans Full Forever" From Gay To All The Guys From Haters Of The System - From Auicitum From Sambo, Doc D., Chico, Jake, and the dome - Take a Hike. From the outcrowd Good Times with tango Good-bye Peter and Paul Grace Spita Happy New Years - I 8K I Hare Krishna M.B. Here's looking at your chaps. He's the boogie-woogie bugler of the company B. Hey D-D-Dinky . . . Squeal Hugh and Sue Again I am the president - Joe C. Shaft lnc. T.F. - 5.5. still does f you don't know - n memory of a drunk hamster ron Fist sacc and The Guys t's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice. Janet and Nancy Jeff dreams on about Big Sue K and K Associates, Inc. May 12, l972 Lewis J. Ernst 207 L.J., 5.K., and DC. L.J.T. Look Mummy -- I let Santa in More go back to the Corral Mark D. and Lauren C. Mcirt"s Marauclers love mart Mary and Louie Mary H. Lonergan Merrill J. Dussault Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Ms. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs Dell'Olio Alfred S. Brown Frank G. Miconi George M. Seymour George Fargo John J. O'Brien Max Cohen Robert Fitzgerald S. J. Engel William W. Driscoll E. F. Gallagher James J. Connor G. Ludlow Seth J. Tiberio Diane Burkin Ms. Sheilah Boo Cohen Nancy Brew and Chums Oscie and the gang of 42 R.P.M. Salt Diane 73's --0 66's - 88's and we is gone Sharon cmd Peter She went out through the bathroom window S.N.O.B. Tap your feet and go Terrible Trio - Amelia, Nancye and Pierre The clan says hi The National Unity Club - T.W.U.C. The Society - JC, JP, CW, CS, JT The Wonkamobile VLASHBA Wanda Bun Rides Again!!! We lost Brunell Wendy and Terry Engel Where's the Party? - H.R., T.N., P.R., J.C., M.L., R.G., A.W., M.L., R.G. Who are you? I live here! Who paid the buck? I, Hamlet the Dane. Whops make whoopee Who would steal a Firebird? ls Aunt Lucy still waiting for Beth, Denise, Tommy, and Cindy? To a Happy future - T.J. Lupien To Brad with all my love - Aug. 15, 1974 Donna To Ken with all my love, Laurie 2!7!69 To Mark, love Shane To Mary and Bobby To my Bestest Buddy from his Pal Tony and Nancy 6!3!72 To Tony with all my love Trigger - I miss you - Jamie Congrafulafions fo fhe Class of 1973 We know fhe sgh of relief fhaf comes af fhe end of your final exam. Long years of sfudy behind you, and a big wide world ahead. Buf even af fhaf if isn'f fhe final fesf or fhe end of your learning. The biggesf fesfs sfill face you in fhe choice and fulfillmenf of your life's work. Many plan for college, some musf reckon wifh fhe armed forces. Ofhers will seek posifions in indusfry, frade, business. We, af Dennison, congrafulafe you on your pasf accomplishmenfsf if your fufure plans call for sfeady employmenf or summer work, we 'll be glad fo discuss your problems wifh you. Our Employmenf Deparfmenf will welcome fhe chance fo oufline opporfunifies exisfing in our offices, facfory, and warehouse. DENNIQON s to make you to i 1 e me a grizzly an You w - .II DR- JEAN 0' AV'-:RY DR. FREDERICK MoY1v1HA1v ' 154 Union Ave. F gh M I F gh M 4O0U' A DR. JOSEPH O. BA99 DR. GERALD OOHEN PETER A. QESEN D.M.D. I 235 Walnut SI. F'ami"gh"m' M 883 Edgeu Rd F gh 877 5333 FRAMINGHAM A OR THOPEDIC ASSOCIA TES, 'NC' DR. B. 0. QHAPIRO Podiatrist 40 E 9 5 883 Edgeu Rd F gh M F - gh 8771111 L. HERMAN, M.D. K. B. GORDON, M.D. OB-GYN ASSOCIATES INC. DR' I' EDWARD 90" S' B' M'D' I Buckminster Place H 95 Lincoln Street Fr gh Il F ' gh M 01701 Optometrist H EYE EXAMINATION DR. SALVATORE V. BONANNO 883 Edgell Road F"'mi"9h"m' MOSS' DR. MELVIN H. SHER 877-2525 95 L I St. Framingham, Mass. Qfllwfffig, 11.4 aug! Z2 if- CL gccL4,f,Gf'L.,0 7,0Lz.1fa,fs,af,r nfc gfflcf C PM Z-041 - , ,I . 1 3, 1.1.-L. 54, ,Q 7fQA,fgi.f Lf, 2' 0147, fdpu viz, 41'-fi',g.X, f.f,,.4f,Q:L,1.4Q fix! Jauzf. 104 IL 'ixflfi fffiwfi fffdfifff- I ' 1l4,!Af,14 rf 4 - LL, 5, f , ,,1.' Q 1oa cf.QZZ,fv7 LLL!! 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A f f .V x 'IZCM1 f f Lffdni 'f 5 4170-i0'1fiL ff- ' :LfL14,L 4fl444f?,ff -Y-C5441 A f6f1' f ,I 11 4 I x N .QI Do Something Beaufiful UR 'I SUW ' 9 YEAR F J I rs Since 1822 Natick Mall, Route 9 Al B t S f Id W t b Co so oson' p ngie - aer ury, Warwick, R I So Portland, IVIa COPY FAST PRINTING CENTER, INC. 505 Worcester Ro d R I 9 Framingham, Mas h tt SAM TRACT Te,,,p,,on,, , W, 8,5 0,30 Compliments of Compliments of THE PURPLE TRUNK Round-Up ghopping Ctr. Soxonvllle, Moss. Fashion Boutique for High School to Grandmother 2 School Sf R1 126 I I -. -1 I I I Congrafulafions fo fhe Senior Class NORTH HIGH From B009 TER 'S CLUB Headquarfers for BUIOKS I And fhe all new PHVEFIELD UPEI. MAN TA 9 N PINEFIELD SHOPPING CENTER T I 8770710 s xonvnne M H es es O Uppers or PINE WUOD I FURNITURE I Unfinished Furniture ivosscor SQUARE gggggp' MEDITERRANEAN BARBER QHUP 8A Edmunds Road F gh T I 8774377 COMPLETE FINISHING SUPPLIES 883 Edgell Road Nobscoi Shopping Center Framingham, Mass. 01701 617!877-4899 ADVIQUR ,L L MR. CHARLES 5 QA VA GE 'di , , ,, at M QENIORS M11 A X' f YA BREEN, Peter 1 G ,gi X BROOKS, Stuart or ff? , CLARK, Kenneth L. X, . C.. L cLousE, Robert ' COSKIE, John ' cRocKETr, Lee K ' A I 1 L! L DuLAc, David ' I L f J FINK, Stuart Q I ' R' HRT:-i,Paal L L HscHER,rhamas a ttmikt- J Qggggiigia FREEDMAN, David if j ' FRIEDENBERG, Todd 'X Z DH' GOLDMAN, Richard 'Q L " GOULD, Bruce ' X HoLus, William 'X A HURLEY, Mark FRAMINGHAM NORTH HIGH 'fjfufffjf 'Md , ark MORSE, Robert Murphy, James 1972-1973 OFFICERS President Mr. Timothy Noonan Secretary Mr. Jeffrey Shames Senior Directors Mr. David Dulac Junior Directors Mr. Gary Goldman Vice President Mr. Stuart Brooks Treasurer Mr. Robert Morse Mr. Robert Rhodes Mr. Craig Posey Sophomore Directors Mr, Greg Kokidko Mr. Steve Davis NEAL, Jonathan NOONAN, Timothy PARADISO, Stephen PARESKY, Richard RING, Howard RHODES, Robert RUSSELL, Robert SHAMES, Jeffrey TRAVAGLINI, John WALLACE, Arthur WELLING, Christopher olxilgndifiixtr B ouTi QUE , C OPEN 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. EVERY DAY not everything for everyone, . . B Beautiul flying: for Beautqulpeople IFRAMINGI-IAM CENTRE "MW nounaus 9 TE VE 'S STRIDE RITE STRIDE RITE SHOES Precision Fitting All Orthopedic Needs 877 1 TOT 847 EDGELL R Framingham, Moss. D CUMPAN Y STA TE LUMBER AND HOME SERVICE CENTER N S II 2 SCHOOL ST. RTE 126 887-5430 Zta Next to m self, I like B No other computer company has as much to offer as The Cther Computer Company The Cther Computer C ompany: Honeywell Old Connecticut Path F gh 'Nl l ll Ol 701 GOOD LUCK SENIORQ y vo best. E 'Xv-A-LL. Q. 1 , . ,gmt . WARDRUBE CENTRAL TIRE AND SERVICE CC. "Styles For The Man With A Flcfli Complete Auto Repairs For Living Downtown 615 old com Path Fmmlnghom Framingham Mass were 7 ,C Y A 1-il. .Q if l ' iilli. ' lm 'lla tif T515 ' ' , l 5, A 2, 879 7250 Opposite fi x ii.. lE5li2 '5f'fZ- LH. llit "F" f"'1' ll-1 Carousel Theatre Fuzrnuin head .lt '29 h It. TI Compliments Seniors: Good Luck PHILMAC pHARMA0y THE MARKS' FAMILY RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS Take one cup of kindness, add a substantial portion of patience and mix well with the Golden Rule. Put in a generous amount of hard work and determination, along with an equal portion of fair play. Pour into a mold of friendliness and warm with a cheery attitude. Remove all seeds of hate and sift out irritableness and any old grudges. Trim off self-importance and self depre- ciation. Cut away indifference, intemperance and fear. Then sprinkle well with faithfulness and love. If you follow this recipe precisely, you will find it makes life appetizing, I satisfying, and easily digestible. Try it. X Auqv ' 2 , nolfihmlis 5 urnzimulnu 2. .. MLS Brochmun Real Estate Pinefield Shopping Center - 63 Nicholas Rd. Framingham 877-3330 rreeeee "31wg,Q. lv .4 ,., . J 5 's 1 if L A ?ff.1IEf: . . X4 I neva t i:.-,.:i' .nl ...J d I fll f I f d y ,Q In :nd if that doesn't .wifi kick . . . ,'fQ 3.-, ?-:.,JkA ,'-5 , xml ..f.. -.... HEMI' H 0 y, omorrow The United States Army 76 Union Ave. Framingham, Mass. 01701 Phone: 875-5550 Compliments Beef Wishes ARCO REAL TY INC. 377 Worcester Rd. fRte. 91 Framingham, Mass. "LE W'9 CREW" Wifh fhe Complimenfs of FIELD FACTS INC. 1973 YEARBOOK STAFF b h l PINEFIELD PHARMACY VINCE NT'9 BARBER SHOPS PINEFIELD SHOPPING CENTER f NOBSCOT SHOPPING CENTER Pinefield Shopping Center Scnxonville, Moss. 877-3965 877-3964 Free Delivery 877-2100 euBuRBAN r. v. N039007- PHARMACY "Service As Near As Your Phone" Corner Edmunds and Edgell Framingham 877-0300 872-1269 877-IOOO Nobscot Shopping Center Water St. and Edgell Rd. FREE DELIVERY 'Ma' NE W ENGLAND SAND 8: GRA VEL CO., INC. A ii N,A., -f W , .A,4 731 ,Q N. W A M 9 f-gg? ,-l!f"'5Z" ,ff-v"i"'A"Mm-F U 'C I, ri -f . -"" if ,,.--""""' ,. M - ' .I W... N If V ll! If V' Lookif, some kid fied his pole fo a bicycle! Besf Wishes To The Class Of 1973 From FOSTER EX CA VA TING 00. FRAMINGHAM, MASS. FOR GREENER, HEALTHIER, MORE BEAUTIFUL LAWNS s B R AN B 4WNsERvICY5 AUTOMATED LAWN MANAGEMENT PRESIDENT 879-4657 Harry Movitz 969-2353 I'm mean and I'm ugly! i ESTABLISHED 1972 TEL. AREA 617 - 877-5580 "A Wink Of The Eye -, ,.-- And Ap thy tN thHgh 0PTl0lAN'9 A Smile For Good Luck!" OF FRAMINGHAM KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN Po. BOX 2097 of Framingham ' FRAMINGHAM CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS 01701 Please inquire about our special catering rates for any size party or gathering BELA J. BICSKEI Director E LUMBER COMPANY, INC. l Home seuvics cemens I Saxonville, Marlboro, Holliston ,gm-. vlh ki' 5 ,l!,,,,,. is 4 . I, ,Y Us fygiifimyrhn Are you sure you're th class? right gy 22 I pear-' Through Picfures Qfill or In Mofiorr , . 4-f il, , ,, N - ,, 4125" '-ff .f 1' , 'Q,4f,n'fff':1',',,v, ff, ' i 7' ' f ff , . 's.,,,, Through Painfing Through Wrifing . . 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