Framingham North High School - Archon Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1973
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Anne Baldwin and Lisa Cohen
Jim Udelson and Bob Rhodes
Lois Egasfi and Mark Hurley
Que Savoca and Dean Askin
Jeannie Barnes Debbie Bage and Sieve Paradiso
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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.
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kindness and love."
Wifh sincere appreoiafion,
fhe Class of 1973 fhanks
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Paul Rovinelli . .
Sieve Kedish . .
Dru Belmonfe . .
Mifoh Hayes . . . Presidenf
Mike Qfebbins . . . Vioe
Nancy Glew . . . Seorefarg
Jodi Sleeper . . . Treasurer
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Biography and Verse:
Features and Activities:
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
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FRAMINGHAM NORTH HIGH SCHOOL
CQ-EdifQ,-5 Rachelle Cohen
Assistant News Editor:
Assistant Feature Editor:
Upperclassmen Qfudenf Council
Underolassmen Sfudem' Council
Mr. Savage - Advisor
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.
lFront Rowl Officers Jeff, Stu, Bobby, Tim. l2nd and
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Advisor: Mr. Fortier
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13rd Rowj S. Rose, D. Thacker, L. Egasti, R. Libenson, J. Gordella.
Nth Rowj K. Henderson, N. Potishman, J. Kinnane, D. Rooney, S.
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Ambrose Kemper ..... .... E ddie Weinbaum
Horace Vandergelder . . . .... Barry Markovsky
Ermengarde ....... . . . Kafhy Hellslrom
Cornelius Hackl . . . .... Brian Goodman
Barnaby Tucker . . . ....... Dean Askin
Irene Molloy .... ........ N ancy Gray
Minnie Fay .... . . . Que Qhellenberger
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Rudolph . . . ........ Lawrence Mariasis
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Courl Clerk ......... Maurice Cache: Jim Nalepax
Direcfed by: Mr. Paul Minicucci
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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.
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Row L-Rl Albie Eidleman, Joe D'Angeli, Bob Sullivan, Andy Krouner, Jim Udelson, Steve Kurtz, Lee Crockett, Dave Bolin, Paul Dassau.
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son, Joanne Wax, Jenny Bruce, Judy Bruce, Nancy Gray, Pam McFarland, Mary Sutton, Coach Judy
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
Co-Captain Mike Merchant Co-Captain Bill Matthews
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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,
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Excitement Every Saturday
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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
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defense perplexes its opponents.
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Conti, Dave Curran and Tom Winn finished fourth in
the league with a 6-3 record. Gene Conti edged Brian
Sullivan and Andy Jamiak for the team scoring title.
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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
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showed progress and some promising things to come.
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points to an even brighter future.
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.
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vs. Natick 53-33
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"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
"From wine what sudden friend-
Behind the quiet, soft-spoken
exterior lurks an active wit that's
hard to match . . . Interesting
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. .Mysterious. . .Rocky. . .
"I wish for the world to loin
hand in hand, that is
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
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
"Happy am I, from care I'm
Carefree, confident and devilish
. . . excitement and good times
always . . . Steve, friends come
Always ready with a joke
. . . wants to be where the
action is and usually is . . .
yet enjoys seclusion . . .
calm, conscientious and con-
fident. . .
"Why sleep, you might miss a
Ted . . . enioys people and
music . . . carefree, happy . . .
looks ahead to a bright future
and a good life . . . a wild
spirit, a free soul.
"Too err is Human - to forgive
Carl . . . quiet and loyal . . . a
warm, sincere smile . . . many
friends, many interests . . . hap-
"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
"ln God we trust."
A carefree comical heart and a dar
ing spirit . . . radiant hair, Liz,
future in art.
"The good and wise lead quiet
Sensitive and quiet . . . deep
thoughts and deeds . . . a true
friend . . . interesting imagination,
SUSAN MARIE AUSTIN
"My only interest is in the
future because l plan to
spend the rest of my life
Natick High - "overload"
January I3 . . . tray duty
. . . Sax Library. . . o
"Resolve to be thyself"
Doesn't follow the crowd . . .
amusing remarks . . . happy go
lucky with a serious side . . .
out for a good time.
ANNE G. BALDWIN
"Summer breeze makes me feel
Bubbly, active and alive . . .
many friends and memories . . .
cute and popular with a smile for
everyone . . . parties and good
times always. . . Beboppin'
JEANNE MARIE BARNES
"The grass is high . . . the fields
are ripe. It's the springtime of my
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
Individual, intelligent, indispensa-
ble, success comes naturally . . .
music, art, people . . . a never
ending knowledge of man
Home is where her friends are, sub-
tle, humor runs through her conver-
sation, sincere and independent
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"The art af life is to know how
to enioy a little and endure
A genuine person, pleased with
life . . . runs a fast pace . . .
Mike - a helpful soul and an
ROBERT JOSEPH BATER
"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
ROBYN HOLLIS BERENSON
"Stand still and look until you
Memories of Biology in BIO9
. . . Fun times with great friends
. . . Always ready for a good
time . . . Friendly and easy
going . . . Robyn.
"lf you're not ahead, you're
Lives life for its fullest . . . An
understanding friend . . . Enioys
the merriment of life . . . Never
a loss for word . . . Brian.
"I was important to myself only
because without me . . . I was
not able to do anything for any-
Cheerful, and smiling . . .
brightens up the day . .. A
"Hil" to everyone . . . Sincere,
a photography nut, Creative
. . . a great person, a true
"Laughter is a gift to a silent
The corn fields, the bird . . .
Sand pets . . . Upstairs C corri-
dor . . . Good times with good
friends . . . Chuck.
Natural, earthy, free . . . Looks
forward to the wide fields of
Alaska and a certain someone
. . . The Cape, Boston and R. B.
Blond and masculine. A pleasant
and understanding nature
. . . many memories of great
spent with old and new
CONSTANCE ANN BERRINGER
"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
Amiable, sociable, dependable, . . .
A certain shyness which dwindles
when friends are near . . . always a
friendly smile . . . Peter - on to
"One must find his goal in life . . .
and strive to achieve it."
Quiet and understanding . . . "mus-
tang power" . . . Big Bad Bert . . .
a good friend who is always ready
to listen, individual and aggressive,
ready to make his move.
"Life for me ain't been no crystal
Lany Stou Hugher. Good times
on the Cape with good friends.
Remember the time when . .
Always ready for a good time.
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EVELYN ELISE BLACK
"Life is a mystery to be lived,
not to be solved."
Happy, bubbly, and active
. . . ready for fun with all
her friends . . . ever-spirited
Evelyn , . . many memories
of football games and good
Enjoys life as it comes . . . con-
genial and cheerful . . . ready
to make anyone smile . . . an
impressive gymnast . . . happi-
ness ahead . . .
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
"To have looked back upon your
life with satisfaction, is to have
Sue - Honest, sincere, thought-
ful and fair - a type in fact
that's very rare.
Ed . . . accepts people for what
they are . . . likeable and con-
cerned . . . quiet until you get
to know him . . . well-liked by
"Liberty consists in doing what
Bill - Friendly, fond memories
of his senior year . . . always
ready for a good time, his com-
pany is enioyed by all his
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Friendly, devilish, and one of the
guys. Summer nights at West-
boro . .. great memories of
great times with great friends.
"ln the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to
thought of meaningful encounters, ecology and
Exoticaly mysteriuos . . . Brilliant in every way
. . . treasures of life not yet fulfilled.
"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
"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
A man who stands far above the
crowd . . . Funny, friendly, free
. . . Motivated by people, Music
and devilish pranks . . . The world's
JOHN WILLIAM BREEN
"Wish not so much to live long as
Warm brown eyes and a smile to
match . . . General, outgoing, ath-
letic and self-confident . . . Hi
honey . . . Likes skiing, girls and
weekends . . .Jackie.
"Remember this planet is also dis-
Bruce . . . Athletic, outgoing . . .
Fun to be with . . . Girls and cars
. . . Always places to go, things to
do . . . A very active person . . .
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 . . .
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PETER ERIC BREEN
"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
ROBERT L. BOUDREAU
"There are things that are known and things
that are unknown, in between are doors."
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
Energetic, independent, and outgoing . . . so
many friends and so many memories . . . Sax
Square . . . finding good times easily . . .
"the world is built on strong men and strong
An easy smile and happy nature, with an ever-
present laughter. One of our runners . . . hard
working and a great guy.
Alive and alert . . . a happy-go-lucky, Blue
eyed blond . . . always full of fun . . . Jim,
sports minded and on the go!
Likeable and sociable . . . a
friend to all . . . Boody . . .
memories of Sax and parties
. . . casual and easy going . . .
lives life to its fullest.
Wild, and vivacious . . . a mischie-
vous manner . . . D girls room . . .
a friendly hi for everyone . . . Vicki,
where the fun is.
STEVEN M. BUNICK
"The true meaning of life is not
length but honesty."
Steve . . . energetic, powerful . . .
where it's at is where he wants to be
. . . clever, curious, captivating . . .
Hail to thee.
LISA ANN BRITTON
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."
"Be for enough away from your
emotions to smile ot anything just a
Memories of those weekends and
the neighborhood. R.F. She doesn't
have to impress anyone with a loud
mouthed style . . . quiet, gentle and
"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.
"Right at my feet - and when did
you get here, snail"
Always into something . . . Gary
and his friends . . . Outgoing and
exciting, always laughing . . .
Smiling and flirtatious . . . one of the gang . . .
many memories of Sax . . . a wise guy with an
attractive personality . . . everyone's friend, Glen.
Outward and ahead . . . good
lf you do not get it from yourself,
where will you go for it?"
man . . . little farms gang
. never knowing what to do next
Soupy Law Enforcement
"He who is content has all he
Friendly casual manner . . . self
content . . . an easy going indi-
vidual . . . interested and aware
. . . direct . . . impressive . . .
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
"Old taxes never die, they just
turn up under a different name."
Funny and adventurous . . . a
thinker of depths . . . mischie-
vous and outgoing . . . Ross
"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
"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
"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-
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?" . . .
"Strongest minds are often those
of whom the noisy world hears
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 . . .
"Whistling in the dark does not
Marilyn studious, a real
concerned and involved humani-
tarian . . . wisdom overcomes
age . . . watch out world --
Marilyn's on her way . . .
Sincere, thoughtful, and sensitive
. . . dedicated to herself and
close friends . . . many happy
memories of high school . . .
her many talents will lead her to
KAREN GAIL CHANDLER
"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 . . .
CYNTHIA M. CHAMBERLAIN
"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
PHILIP L. CHAMPAIN
. . California or Bust . . . "
A real beach boy . . . a new-
comer to our school . . . a lot of
good friends thanks for
joining us, Phil . . .
KAREN ANNE CHEW
"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.
RONALD W. CHAISSON
"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
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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
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
"A new dawn breaks for those who
Memories of the corner, a certain
island in Quincy, the Cape and good
times with great friends that will last
GRACE E. CLARK
"Tomorrow is always another
A happy face, a pleasant
personality . . . the guys at
South . . . Stevie . . . Wed-
nesday? Good times with
many friends, Grace always
counting the faces.
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-
DEBRA A. CIVITAESE
"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
Pretty, friendly, and always in a
good mood . . . a pleasant com-
panion . . . to Debbie, no one is a
stranger - she sees everybody as
DENA FAY COHEN
"lt is a quiet worker who always
Studious, Ambitious . . . Involved
with everything , . . success is defi-
nitely coming her way.
MARY DEBORAH COLEMAN
"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
RACHELLE REA COHEN
"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 Travel School
"He thinks a few, he speaks with
Quiet, shy, kind . . . many var-
ied friends, many varied skills
. . . devoted and true, we want
to thank you.
LISA ANN COHEN
"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.
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.
Warm, understanding, and quiet
. . . a tranquil confidence . . .
a unique sense of humor . . .
Frank at home with friends and
KATHLEEN ELIZABETH COLLINS
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
RICHARD B. COLLINS
"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-
RICHARD J. COLLINS
"A man is revealed by his
Shyly smiling . . . quiet and
pensive . . . friendly . . .
searching and seeking new
horizons, and bound to catch
EUGENE KARL CONTI
"The world is made of win-
ners, losers are only in one's
Without true friends in life,
life is not wortl' living. That's
why l'm thankful for all my
friends, especially Christy.
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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
JOSEPH B. CONNOLLY
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
"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.
"Be careful which dream you
clutch . . . for dreams come
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.
EILEEN M. COUNIHAN
"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
"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
"Man should not seek the mean-
ings of life, but rather the small
Jim - trustworthy and dependa-
ble, always on the go . . . intel-
ligent, impressive and independ-
ent . . . good times, good mem-
ories, great future.
LEE PHILIP CROCKETT
"And you shall know the truth
and the truth shall make you
Quietly confident and friendly.
Lee - a sardonic wit with a sen-
sitive intelligence, a truly unique
personality. . .
ROBERT CLIFFORD CROWE
"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
MARY ELIZABETH CUDDY
"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
"My bounty is as boundless as
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 . . .
Full of sound and fury, enduring per-
sonality, dynamic, spontaneous . . .
seldom silent . . . enioy life while
LINDA MARIE CROKE
"Let us not love in word, neither
in tongue, but in deed and in
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.
"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 good laugh sunshine in a
Quiet but friendly . . . great
memories of her senior year . . .
the carefree life . . . her pres-
ence warms a room . ..
"Wampu". . .
"Fishermen with a Faraway lake in their eyes."
Quiet and shy . . . close friends that bind her . .
Kenny . . . route 9 is a long way . . .
SHERYLE RUTH CUTLER
"Silence is more eloquent than
An outspoken muffler . . . you can
always hear when Sheryle is near
. . . funny and understanding . . .
a great friend to know . . .
"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
DONNA ANN DELUCA
"He'll guide you through troubled
times and help bring you peace of
mind and teach you to see beautiful
Loves the world she lives in and the
people around her . . . Donna, cre-
ative and concerned . . . a definite
candidate for success.
Amiable and always smiling . . . a
devoted spartan fan . . . memories
with the girls . . . a bright future
ANDREA LOUISE D'AMATO
"Times change and we with the
times but not the ways of
A lover of fun . . . a dedicated V.P.
. . . queen of the road . . . Andrea
- her own self and the freedom to
be that way . . .
"The good and wise lead quiet
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-
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. . .
JOSEPH DOMINIC D'ANGELI
"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.
"God is the sum of all possibilities."
Wild and funny . . . the Arco-man . . . unset-
tled and upsetting . . . strong willed and deter-
mined. . .Tony. ..
"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 . . .
"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
"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
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.
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
JOANNE FAY DIAMOND
"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 . . .
"he has achieved success, who has
lived well, laughed often, and loved
a handsome gymnast - strong in
body and soul . . . sophisticated
and determined . . . a challenge in
JAYNE PATRICIA DONAHUE
"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
"He ne're will fly from his firm
Pleasant, kind, friendly, memories of
great times. At home on the ice,
always ready for anything. . .
friends like Mark are often hard to
LORRAINE SUSAN DIVICO
"Live one day at a time, tomorrow will come by
Friendly, outgoing, a smile for everyone . . . Hi
kids . . . a bit crazy . . . to Maine, memories of
Manoment and C girls room.
JUDY ANN DORSEY
"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
"For everything you have missed
you have gained something
Friendly and understanding,
cheerful and popular an
avid sports fan and true sup-
porter of Spartan sports . . .
Mike . . . success around the
SHERYLI. ANN DUNHAM
.Sherry Secretarial School
"You can never plan the future by
P. F. . . . Cape Cod '71 "Skinny"
. . . Jon . . . Legion and J. P.
. . . Maycombers . . . shy -- tal-
kative . . . sweet and sincere . . .
fun to be with.
ROBERT ANDREW EDWARDS
"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.
"Life is not life at all without
Always ready for a good
laugh . . . always on the go
. . . strong, active and mis-
chievous . . . Dave . . .
independent and energetic.
LOIS EVELYN EGASTI
"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 . . .
"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
"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
"The only reward of virtue is vir-
tue, the way to have a friend is to
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-
Alive and carefree fun is his mid-
dle name . . . mischief the key to
his heart . . . Albie, success in life
is sure to follow.
"Follow me and you will not lack
"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 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
KAREN JOY ENGEL
"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-
Vivacious and ambitious, with a
sensitive and sincere personality
. . . dedicated to her friends
. . . with a love for life and
A Spartan enthusiast . . . confi-
dent, friendly, dedicated . . . a
quick wit and sarcastic humor
. . . a master on the court or
the field . . . Ken.
"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.
"Something we were withholding
made us weak until we found it
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.
"Clouds warming their backs
against the sun."
Organic and poetic . . . graceful
in her ways I . . sincere and
devoted . . . a beautiful person.
Silent manner, mild humor, warm
single minded, peaceful moments
and moods, meeting new friends
. . . destined for success.
THOMAS GERARD FISCHER
GARY E. FEGAN
"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
"A black stallion stood straight
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.
"strong and content, I travel the
wandering, wondering, and why
. . . friendly and talkative . . .
Lesley, adventurous and high-spir-
ited -- searching on her own.
RICHARD JOHN FERRARO
"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.
STEWART HOWARD FINK
"Though a man be wise, it is no
shame for him to live and
A special combination of intelli-
gence and wit . . . mischievous
Stu - a guy with ideal that will
move him up in the world.
ANDREA RUTH FINGER
"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.
"To be loved, to be loveable"
Charming and confident . . . nights
out with the boys . . . Suave and
sophisticated, a true lady's man.
"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
"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. . . .
"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
Wild, alive and free, cars and bikes
. . . carefree, daring, Bill, a good-
natured guy with a flair for fun.
KENNETH MICHAEL FLYNN
"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.
"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.
LAURA JUNE FOSTER
"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
"Live now, you may not get
and Kevin . .
. . . Rodent .
always on th
. Zacks . ..
e go . . . fun loving
MAURA JEAN FOYNES
"Bashful sincerity and comely
Gentle Maura . . . cute and shy,
and always smiling . , . a beau-
tiful person inside ond out . . .
Jim and many good times with
MICHAEL S. FRARY
"Hens can lay eggs but can
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
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.
"Happiness is not having what
you want, but wanting what you
A searching soul, complex per-
sonality, eyes that tell a story
. . . Lynn . . . a beautiful real
NANCY PATRICIA FURBUSH
"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 . . .
JEAN MARIE GALLAGHER
"The cruel man kicks his neighe
bor's bundle, the kind man lifts
A combination of ability and
cleverness . . . imaginative, cre-
ative too . . . ahead in every-
thing . , . a real individual.
"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.
"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?
"Time erases many mistakes."
Quiet and sincere takes life seri-
ously, yet never without excite
ment . . . dedicated to Cross
Country . . . john.
"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
"The men of few words are the
"Warehouse?" flipping nickels in
study 7th period . . . certain teach-
ers? . . . Rally Novo.
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"No tree falls at the first stroke"
Kath - concerned and thoughtful
. . . to those who know her a loyal
friend . . . a cat named chang . . .
outgoing, positive, humorous, her
happiness and love of life shines on
BRUCE R. GINSBERG
"Winning isn't everything, it's
the only thing"
Dedicated and competent
. . .a spirited sportsman,
athletic, animated, attractive
Bruce, a real person
"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
"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
THOMAS MARK GLASSMAN
"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
enthusiastic and easy-going . . .
a zest for the good things in life
. . . cars and women attract
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"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
KAREN LIZBETH GOLDMAN
"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-
RANDIE MERYL GREENBURG
"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 . . .
BRUCE EDWARD GOULD
"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
"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
DARRYL BRUCE GREGG
"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.
"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
JOHN JOSEPH GRADY
"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
LAURIE SUSAN GREENE
"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.
A great grappler and swimmer . . .
outgoing and carefree . . . Friendly
to all . . . one who knows that life
was meant for living.
"The great pleasures in life are meeting the
Bob . . . wit as fast as a pinto in third gear
. . . sometimes serious . . . Honda 90's at
New England Sand and Gravel . . . many
"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
DEBORAH PATRICIA HALL
Debbie Business School
"A Merry heart doeth good?"
Who Medicine? Deb, always fun, always joking,
A good Athlete . . . Memories of Switzerland.
"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.
Dave Music School
"The British are coming"
A true Friend . . . Imaginative
and versatile, Takes Life as it
comes . . . Easy going and Fun
Loving . . . Dave
"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 . . .
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
Leads his own way . . . independent
and well liked , . . enjoys good
music and good friends - Freddie,
always willing to help!
DAVID F. HALLIDAY
"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
charms her way into everyone's
heart . . , many good friends . , .
memories of the cape St. Pats. and
the sandpits . . . good old Marty
Al Trade School
"Brother Al," motorcycles, trails,
Newfoundland . . . good times at
little farms . . . relaxed, complacent
pleasant times with quiet compan-
"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
NANCY JANE HEATH
"where flowers bloom, angels
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.
laughing life's worries away.
"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
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
Devoted to his friends . . . an
avid sports fan who enioys foot-
ball ond hockey . . . loves those
weekends . . . Bruce, content
"Floor your wife with a new car-
Hard working . . . concerned
and serious. . . Happy and
carefree . . . Bob.
LAURIE ANN HERRICK
"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
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
"Life is so short with so many
things to do. Make the most of
A quiet friendly person who
smiles when she talks . . . seri-
ous in school, wacky when out
. . . many laughs, Many friends,
A wandering soul and caring
heart, interested in music, art,
and people . . . going places
. . .Mark
WILLIAM P. HOLLIS
"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
"what is a man profited if he
should gain the world and lose
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S, with P. P. Dr. M. M. "where
am I?" Lloydll Always smiling!
"The eyes are the window of the
Feminine, sophisticated and
friendly . . . her smile radiates
the warmth within her . . . Pat,
forever living, loving, and learn-
"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.
RANDALL JAMES HOGAN Ill
"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
DONNA MARIE HOLIHAN
"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
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"He who hesitates is lost"
A quick wit and enioys u good joke
. . . livens up any class . . . his
dream is to stoy perenially happy
'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 . . .
"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.
"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 . . .
CAROL SUSAN HURLBUTT
"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
"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
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"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.
PAUL R. JACOBSON
Bob, Bright and funny . . .
lots of friends and lots of
places to go . . .
"lf you find a path with no
obstacles, it probably doesn't
Jake . . . no man's an island,
everyone's a peninsula, move
way for improvements. Quiet but
aware of what's going on.
"Preiudice is a disease character-
ized by hardening of the cate-
Mischievous, athletic, always
where the action is . . . making
all the news . . . good future
plans . . . Bob.
HAROLD J. JARVIS III I
"He attains happiness who
strives to '
Scientific, ingenious and alert . . . a
dedicated human, a reliable friend -
. . . direct, impressive, and univer-
LOIS ANN JASSET
"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"
"One way you can often do
more for your child is to do
Outgoing, friendly, where the
action is. There's a sensitive side
to her nature. Quiet and elo-
quent. . . Connie
"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. . .
WAYNE D. KANTER
"Silence is more eloquent than
Dull moments are few with
Wayne around. . .
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
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"I should like to champion a cause
that is too long for a bumper sticker
and too insignificant for a protest
Popular and outgoing, athletic,
adventurous . . . very friendly,
busy. . . Donna.
LEE CATHERINE KAPUSCIENSKI
"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.
"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
STEVEN B. KASETA
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
LYNNE l.. KATZIFF
"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
August 22, '72 . . . New Eng
land dragway, the car show,
Skippy, "Cuz," Roller Derby
Dimples, Penelope, TNT, Jane,
"You learn something by doing
Industrious, dedicated, and ath-
letic . . . on the field or running
the mile - a man who puts his
all into the sport. Don, liked by
DIANNE JOAN KEENAN
"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
MARLENE FRANCES KELLER
"Life is what you make of it."
a devoted friend . . . energetic
and exciting . . . many pleasant
memories . . . a promising
DIANNE E. KELLY
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.
"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.
"I have laid aside business and
Fabulous times with great friends
. . . the corral, a boost either on
the field or on the road . . .
Established among her peers,
"a loon l thought it was but
it was my love's splashing
a shy smile overcomes the
world . . . a thought to
every word . . . friendly and
considerate - Anna.
BRIAN McCLELLAND KNEPP
"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.
MARJORY LYNN KRASNOFF
"give me your smile and I'll keep
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.
"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
"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
"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.
MARK ROBERT LAMPIE
"Marvelous things have never
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
"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.
"If someone tries to be friendly, see that you
Sure fired and entusiastic , . . competitive ideas. A
tactful way about her . . . always on her toes.
"Sincerity is a virtue which should be
Mark, a friend to all . . . Have a
smoke? One of the gang at the cor-
ner . . . fun-loving . . . a bright
PETER JOHN LAWRENCE
"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
"A pinch of today beats a pound of
Friends from all walks of life . . . he
knows where he's at . . . many fan-
tastic memories . . . Richard.
"No matter how many communes
anybody invents, the family always
Graceful and creative . . . A poetic
person with a high on life . ..
thoughtful and friendly . . . Jenny
"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.
"Some people go through life get-
ting results, others get
Fond memories of the good times
with the greatest of kids . . . Sum-
mer '72 that special day at W. P.
. . . Hey Boogie! . . . always going
BARBARA ELLEN LESSER
"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
"To know the feeling of happiness is to love
"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
"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
"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
"Living honestly may be a once
in a lifetime experience."
Barb - her intellect is reflected
in her approach to life.
"You can't always get what you
Individualist. . . "animal" lover
. . . good times at the Beach Boys
, . . works hard for what she wants
. . . great sense of humor
NANCY JEAN LOUCKS
"Talk happiness, the world is sad
Kathy's raincoat. . ."dress-up
night - Filene's" . . . Habtes espa-
nol . . . music and a sunny day
. . . Nancy a good friend to have
"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.
"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.
"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,
SUSAN M. LOWELL
"I have been through a lot . , . but
without him, I couldn't have made
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
"'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.
"Bureaucracy is the crabgrass of
Politics and people . . . a friend
in Florida . . . warm and mean-
ingful summers . . . a concerned
GAIL DIANNE LUNDY
"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
"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
RAYMOND J. LUCAS JR.
"Live for what you dream of, it may
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 . . .
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.
"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
"If you look back too much, you
will soon be heading in that direc-
Always out for a laugh . . . good
humored, easy going . . . many
friends at FNHS . . . Mike
"The cheapest way to have your
family tree traced is to run for
Many friends after many years in
Framingham. . . good times,
hard work, and rapping . .
JANE FRANCES MAHONEY
"Be happy with what you have
and are, be generous with
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
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
"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.
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DORNA BETH MARRAM
"lf you smile at me I will under-
stand, because it is something
everyone everywhere does in the
Enthusiastic and energetic . . .
always laughing and smiling
. . . a soft voice and bubbling
personality . . . a friend whose
sincerity is expressed in her car-
RHONDA PHYLLIS MARKS
"With Patience, toil, and time,
the cry may dwindle. Meanwhile
light a candle - do not curse
Quiet and intelligent with iust a
hint of mischief in her eye . . ,
Rhonda - a serious mind and a
humorous heart, she lives making
"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
"He knows when to laugh natu-
rally and to be serious effec-
Quietly intelligent, cooly observ-
ant, Paul is every man's Friend
PETER GARY MARSH
"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
NANCY LINDA MARTIN
"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
"People should mind their own
business, it would be better for
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
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
WILLIAM T. MATTHEWS
"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-
CAROLINE ANNE McCUE
"You are accepted."
She is warm, and understanding
. . . full of smiles . . . consider-
ate . . . musical and whimsical
. . .Coroline.
"Here dwells no Frowns, no anger"
I Quietly concerned, hard working and
devoted. Val - to have a Friend is to
be a Friend.
"Middle age is when you get
enough exercise iust avoiding
people who think you should
A quiet smile and personality
to match . . . a future she's
sure of . . . Kathy, way
ahead of her times.
"My definition of a free society,
is a society where it is unsafe to
Easy going, and fun to be with
. . . highly emotional . . . never
CATHERINE MARIE MAYER
"life should be lived, not
Always a smile . . . with her
blue eyes . . . D locker 31000
. . . a good student . . . D. B.
and G. D. . . . a true friend.
"There is no substitute
science, unless it's living in a small
Mary . . . shy and quiet, yet easy
going with friends . . . good memo-
ries and a great future ahead.
"Half truths are like a half brick,
they can be thrown farther"
Friendly, mature, hard working . .
always somewhere to go, something
to do . . . Richard.
JOHN EDWARD McNALLY
"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.
av' "' 5.
"A smile flowed into the creases of
Pretty, kind, Kathy . . . A gentle
manner . . . good times with nice
"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
"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.
ELIZABETH ANN MCMANUS
"Let the motive be in the
deed and not in the event.
Be not one whose motive for
action is the hope for
Fantastic, funny and feminine
- that beautiful voice! Beth
- fresh dreams to deliver
and new days to live.
PAUL JOSEPH McNEIL
"A smile can cure all evils"
A good kid, one of the gang -
a true and devoted friend.
Always where the action is!
"A man is not o man without a
A fun friendly individual, inde-
pendent and always giving . . .
Mo . . . always seeking new
adventures and new paths to fol-
low. Memories of skiing lessons,
"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.
"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
"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
ROSANNE CATHERINE MICONI
"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 . . .
"Blind hearts can't see through
A real comedian . . . very warm
and sincere . . . "Give me a
break" . . . let your mama push
the car . . . right on, right on!!!
"Don't be troubled if the tempta-
tion to give advice is irresistible,
the ability to ignore it is univer-
Creative Andrea . . . deep
thinker and easy going. . .
involved, concerned . . . a sure
success in the future.
DENISE A. MITRANO
"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 . . .
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SCOTT B. MONTABUE
"Everything is sweetened by
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-
"A port of kindness consists of
loving people more than they
The sun shining golden . . .
Sharon - the power of sincer-
ity, the essence of love and
friendship she is always
beautiful, forever free . . .
"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 . . .
"We all live under the same sky, but
we don't all have the some
Sincere with a joking side . . . puts
energy and enioyment in whatever
she does - Steph, as warm and
glowing as the color of her hair.
"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-
"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
"Many are called but few are
Sports-minded and intelligent
. . . Bobby, an understanding
heart, for anyone . . . memories
of the guys . . . a special talent
for making people happy . . .
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
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JAMES RICHARD MURPHY
"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. . .
gl flu y
"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.
"Never for the sake of peace
and quiet deny your own experi-
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
GLEN B. NICKERSON
"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.
"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
"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.
"lt is useless to send armies against
Outgoing, exciting Mary . . . loads
of ideas to express . . . there's a lot
to learn in books, a lot to learn from
"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
the utmost in femininity . . . soft
spoken and smiling shyly . . .
understanding, listening, and appre-
ciating the wonders of life.
TIMOTHY MICHAEL NOONAN
"My greatest ioy is making others
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.
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"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.
"Any touch of originality will be appreciated by I
The artistic type . . . recapturing the real life .
. . . good fortune and prospects in the future.
EDWARD J. O'DELL JR.
"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 . .
"Base yourself on sound iudgements and you
won't go wrong"
Friendly, outgoing Bruce . . . many memories
of previous weekends . . . Bruce
An incredible organizer. . .a dedicated
worker . . . a flair for writing . . . The Spartan
. . . Rich, a man of expression.
"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.
MARK JOHN PAPPAS
"When I die, l know I'll go to
heaven because l've spent time in
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
"you may have plenty of ideas but
make sure you select the right
Ann, quiet and hard-working . . .
sometimes silly, sometimes sericus
. . . always a good sense of humor.
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makes the best of everything . . .
free and easy-going . . . sometimes
quiet sometimes not . . . a person
not to be forgotten.
"Make the best of impending
changes which you are reluctant to
Quiet, sincere Deb, happy personal-
ity . . . shy ways . . . easy going
RITA ANN PARISI
"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
"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
STEPHEN EDWARD PARADISO
"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 . . .
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
"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.
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' 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
"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-
cute and sunny dispositioned
. . . light hearted and laughing
. . . close friends and fun times.
"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!
Studious and serious with a
glint of laughter in her eyes
. . . well-liked, determined
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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
"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.
"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 universe deems re-examina-
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.
"Eat me I'm a Twinkief'
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 . .
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Easy going, intelligent strongly
op-nionated . . , ready to dis-
cuss anything . . . mountain
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"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
"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.
"Nowadays women don't hire
domestic help they marry it."
Cars are one of his interests,
girls are his others . . . great
discussions, good ideas. .
"A man is infinitely more compli-
cated than his thoughts"
Working hard always . . . indus-
trious yet quiet . . . Ernie
accepts things for what they are.
Studious, serious, simple . . .
good weather means good
days . . . quiet, gentle
"There was a full-length novel in her
A gift for crafts . . . poetic and
graceful . . . a deep thinker .
sure leader . . . Dawn.
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.
NADINE KARLA RADLO
"The rays of happiness, like
those of light, are colorless when
Concerned and dedicated . . .
memories of Sophomore year
. . . "On A Clear Day" . . .
and "Sears had everything"
. .. a happy face, a happy
"The only thing worth having in an
earthly existence is a sense of
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.
A spirited sense of freedom and
nonconformity, strong and steady
. . . his silent way transcends the
"Everything can go your way if
you use an unorthodox
Jumping energetic Jim . . .
always great to be with at par-
ties . . . memories of sports at
ROBERT G. RHODES
Saturday night parties and
memories of Back Bay . . .
our fearless leader . . . dedi-
cated to the class of '73,
Spartan sports and that spe-
"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.
JOSEPH H RICH
GAIL ANN RICHARDSON
"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
Taxi, your doors are open .
"Whatever your lot in life build
something on it."
Congenial, studious, a math whiz
. . . carefree attitude . . . a
grasp on the present . . . the
drummer, sincere, growing,
best to Howie
changing, looking forward.
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"When life stops the bulb burns
Donn . . . The lady's man .
great friend . . . personality plus
. . . a bright future.
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"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
JEFFREY CARE ROBBINS
"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
"Now tugboats paint the river
carry coal to the sea"
Artistic and talented . . . Quiet
and a thinker . . . A friend to
all that know him.
"You can stimulate others into
Politics, plays, and a popular
personality . , .civic minded
. . . a shower of leadership
. . . a capacity to stick to it.
SHERRY L. ROSE
"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
"Everything happens for the
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
"Who so must be a man must be
Quietly confident, distinctly dif-
ferent . . . alive and unpredict-
able Amy . . . Intelligent, pretty
and talented, she's a winner in
"Temper is a valuable possession
Music and a good time is all he neec
. . . a wide variety of friends, lots t
"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
"The sun's not yellow, it's
If only you knew what's
inside of me now, you
wouldn't want to know me
somehow . . . Gaily quiet,
alive and surely living.
"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.
VALERIE JEAN SALADINA
"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.
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"Try to keep up with the fast
pace set by your compan-
Friendly, mischievous, and
light-hearted . . . he puts his
all into everything he
attempts . . . a friend to be
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"A good nature is more valuable
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.
"A period of potential oppor-
tunity comes everyone's
Blonde and good-looking,
with a crooked smile . . .
enthusiastic and energetic
. . . always ready and rarin'
to go . . . cars and girls are
DEBORAH JEAN SANDERS
"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.
"Tomorrow may rain so l'll follow
Artistic, cute, and popular.
petite and feminine , , . a rare and
"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
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"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.
CHERYL JEAN SAPINO
"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.
"The hand that can follow intellect
Tranquil and kinetic, always working,
forever learning. Success for Sue is
inevitable . . .
SANDRA PEARL SCHWARTZ
"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.
"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
"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
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"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.
"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.
"Women's Lib is a misleading organization."
A good time in high school . . . a special
friend . . . sub sandwiches . . . a kind person
"Sometimes I couIdn't help seeing all the way
refreshing, reserved . . . full of fantastic ideas
. . . many close friends, many "remember
when?" . . . caring and kind, Kathy.
"people live from day to day but do not count
the power behind the scenes . . . independent
and trustworthy . . . .lan - strong in mind and
gentle in spirit.
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"make good use of ideas which are
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.
"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-
"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
"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
"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
MARY CHRISTINE SHANLY
"a smile can light up the darkened world."
Funky, spunky, and independent . . . boundless
energy, sincere, active, and a spark for life . . . A
good dancer - Mary.
"take an independent and indivi-
she moves with the shifting of the
horizons . . . she works with her
environment . . . a domestic person,
ALISON PAULA SHEDD
"He who seeks God has already
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
TARA DOWNES SIBLEY
D'QinfNA LEE SCHVYARTZ
"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.
"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.
"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
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.
"Don't be prejudiced against
new ideas without considering
A person with good investments
. . . searching for a better way
"think and act in a big-minded
Difficult to satisfy . . . interested
. . . ambitious, happiness is in
store for her.
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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.
Smift Secretarial School
"There is no duty we so much
underrate as the duty of being
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.
TERESA A. SMITH
"How can life be true life with-
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
"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.
"I really don't mind the rat race,
but I could do with a little more
Dedicated, concerned, friendly
happy go lucky . . . Wade.
"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
"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 . . .
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JEFFREY A. SOL
.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.
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"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.
"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 . . .
PA'l'F4IClA ANN STARK
"Lions are growing like yellow
roses in the wind, and we turn
gracefully in the medieval gar-
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
SUSAN MARIE ST. MARTIN
"Your time has come to shine,
all your dreams are on their
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
MICHAEL ANTHONY SULLIVAN
"Here dwell no frowns, no
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
MARK STEVEN STEBBINS
"Men are walking on the moon
today planting their footsteps as
if they were light on a dead
Mark . . . our prospective
Columbo . . . watch out every-
one, Mark's watching you.
ski slopes and in the Red
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THERESA MARIE SULLIVAN
"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
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DOROTHY J. SWANSBURG
"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
"Live it up only if you can live it
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.
"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
"What is beautiful is not
always good, what is good is
Only kindness and thought-
fulness surpass her friendli-
ness . . . one of the girls
"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.
ERIC NEIL SW'ETT
A lover of nature . . . quiet and
concerned, Eric . . . a dreamer
searching for a better tomorrow . . .
a future forest ranger.
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"Garbage" free and
innocent, Dianne an out-
"Avoid last minute changes of
Nancy, many great progresses in
recent months . . . always over-
comes pitfalls . . . A benefit to
"Over-confidence could lead to
An all together guy . . . a lot of
good fortune . . . Gary, a good
JOHN JOSEPH TRAVAGLINI JR.
"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?
"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.
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MARY ELLEN THORPE
"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.
DONNA JEAN UHRIG
"We are never so happy or so unhappy as we sup-
Feminine and sophisticated . . . Involved in life and
people . . . memories of birfin' and a cold day at
Nantasket . . . a future secretary.
"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.
"deal firmly and purposefully with
interruptions - much solid work can
mysterious and inquisitive . . . out-
going and always interested . . . a
ANDREA VAN SICKLE
"Speakers are like sunsets, more
brilliant when they get down to
dedicated to the present, dedicated
to the future . . . serious and dear
friends . . . hard working and con-
"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-
MARY C. TURNAN
"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.
MARGO JEANNE VAN ALSTINE
"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
"be optimistic - fortune is on your
Dave . . . a favorable disposition
. . . always interested in technical
issues . . . a personality with devel-
JAMES ERIC UDELSON
"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
"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.
"talk and think big, details can be settled
Sportsminded, movie buff . . . name that tune
. . . summer days . . . good times with the
PATRICIA L. WALSH
"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.
"Happy I am, from care I am
Intelligent yet modest . . .
Always a dependable man . . .
an asset to any class . . . Gary,
an amiable friend
"if speculating, plan today, act
many acquaintances . . . long dis-
tant travels . . . a quiet wisdom
reflects in her complacent face.
"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
GLEN ALBERT WALANT
"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.
"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.
"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
"make the most of gestures of good
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.
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"fha lcv-e in youu heart wasn't put
there to '.i':iy. Love isn't love till you
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A '59 Volkswagen ---- Diana . . .
Memories of Cape Co-:l , . . Copy's
place forever! . . . one of "he fear-
some threesome . . , Sharon, a true
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"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.
KEVIN VVILBUR NATHANIEL WILLIAMS
Pez? not to commit yourself to
'Dial movies are his pastime . . .
etisyqovig and lighthearted . . . u
very fffaxe-:l oevson . , . Kevin
"Whatever you decide to do it will
turn out well."
Friendly, adventurous, and exciting
. . . very popular with his friends
. . . Nat - freedom is his fate.
"much fun is to be had if
you are adventurous and
John . . . a guy with great
potential . . . many expand-
ing interests . . . involved
. . . reaching for the hori-
CHRISTOPHER C. WILSON
"There is no substitute for
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!
"do you love life, then don't squan-
der time, for that's the stuff life's
Knowledgeable and wise . . . quiet
but friendly . . . his serene nature
draws many companions.
"success will come if you adopt
an optimistic outlook."
Sue . . . cheerful and interesting
. . . a lot of friends at FNHS
. . . a pleasant person with a
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.
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THOMAS A. WILSON
"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.
"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
"lf you love a statue, start a mir-
ror, if you love a mirror, start a
"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
KIMBERLY ANN YEATON
"There is no answer for there is
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
"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-
SHARYN ELAYNE ZIGMAN
"Doubt whom you will, but never
Her pleasing personality is her
priceless possession . . . Does
Robin have a hood? . , . lots of
friends at North, and lots of
friends to come.
"Alone in a world of unhappy faces he reaches to
find a better tomorrow."
"About their own merits great men are usually
Artistic and talented . . . a drifter with a road to
find . . . a good future . . . Miles.
"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.
Friendly and frolicsome . . . a friend to all - to
all a friend.
DIANNE LYNN MOLLICA
Di Nursing School
PIERRE PARADIS .
"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
Big and brawny . . . never worries about trifles,
makes the best out of everything . . . memories of
good times with great friends and cooking.
"lf I am not for myself, who am I? If I am not for
others, what am I? If not now, when?
"Mary had a Little Lamb its fleece was enzyme
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.
"Instinct is the nose of the mind."
Friendly . . . many wild memories . . . serious and
definately worded . . . Steve.
4, . -M N92
l , l
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
ALLEN, KATHLEEN - Drama Club I, Pep Squad I,
Steering Committee 3, 4.
AMAN, WILLIAM - Football I, 2, Lacrosse I, 2, 3,
ANDERSON, CARL - T.V. Club 2.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
BOUTROS, NAGWA - Chess Club I, French Club 2,
Community Service Project 2, Variety Show 3, Steer-
ing Committee 4.
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.
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.
BRYANT, JAMES - Football I, Hockey 2, Indoor
Track 4, Outdoor Track I, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4.
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
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-
CAMPBELL, ROSS - Candy Sale 2, Variety Show 3.
CANTIN, NORMAN - Basketball I, 2.
CANTWELL, WILLIAM - Football I, 3, 4, Lacrosse 3,
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.
CHAMBERLIN, CYNTHIA - Ecology Club 2, Variety
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.
CHILDRESS, BARNET - Variety Show 3, 4.
CHOBAN, EVANTHIA - Musical 2, 3, Steering
CIVITARESE, DEBRA - Steering Committee 4, Candy
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.
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
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.
COLEMAN, MARY -- Pep Squad I, Steering Commit-
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,
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.
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.
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
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
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.
DIAMOND, JOANE -- Variety Show I, 2, Steering
Comm. 2, Spanish Club 2, Candy Sale 2, Christmas
Proiect I, Softball I.
DIVICO, ELAINE - Business and Advertising Staff.
DIVICO, LORRAINE - Business and Advertising
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
DONNELLAN, MARY ANNE - Gymnastics I, Variety
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.
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,
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.
FARRELL, ROBERT - Cross Country 4, Track 4.
FEGAN, GARY - Key Club 3, 4, Gymnastics I, 2, 3,
FERRARO, RICHARD - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4.
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
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.
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.
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.
FRARY, MlCl'lAElL -- Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2.
IZREEDMAN, DAVID - Golf I, 2, Chess Club I, Key
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
GENTRY, LINDA - Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Drama
Club I, Candy Sale I, Variety Show 3.
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.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
GREGG, DARRYL - Spring Track I, 2, Cross Country
2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3.
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.
HALL, DEBORAH - Steering Committee 2, 3, 4,
Gymnastics 2, 4, Homeroom Rep. 2, 3.
HANDLIN, CAROL-ANN - Candy Sale I, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball I, Softball 3, Steering Committee 4.
HART, ELLEN - VietNam Project I, Variety Show 3,
Fashion Show 3.
HAWLEY, ROBERT - Basketball I.
HEATH, NANCY - Library Aid 1, 2, 3.
HENLEY, ROBERT - Candy Sale I, 25 Gymnastics I,
HERRICK, LAURIE - Mixed Chorus I5 Softball I5
Christmas Project I5 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Community
Service Project 35 Steering Committee 45 Archon Staff
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
HERWECK, MARK - Community Service Project 3, 4.
HICKEY, KATHLEEN - Basketball I, 2, 3.
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.
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 -
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.
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
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.
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
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.
KEENAN, DIANNE -- Homeroom Rep. I, 25 Spartan
Staff 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 35 Candy Sale I5 Lab Aid
KELLER, MARLENE -- Community Service Program 3,
4, Candy Sale 3, Steering Comm. 4.
KELLY, DIANNE -- Steering Comm. 3, 4.
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,
KIANNE, JOANNE - Basketball I, Color Guard 2,
3, 4, Steering Comm. 4.
KLAVANS, JERRY - Variety Show 3, 4.
KOKIDKO, ANNA - Pep Squad I, 2, Candy Sale I,
Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Senior Play
KORMAN, KIMBERLY - Steering Comm. 2, 3, Vari-
ety Show 3, 4, Spartan Editor, Pres. of Class 3.
LARKIN, SUSAN - Candy Sale I, 2, Basketball I,
2, Volleyball 2.
LAWRENCE, PETER - Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Volley-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, Variety Show 3, Plays 3,
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.
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.
LEVITON, JANICE - Music Club 2, 3, 4, Community
Service Project 3, 4.
LOUCKS, NANCY - Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4.
LOWRY, STEVE - Football I.
LUDMER, VICKI - Steering Committee 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Community Service Proiect 3, 4.
LUKIANOV, ALEX - Track I, Cross Country 2.
LUPIEN, DONNA - Archon Advertising Staff 4.
MacFARLANE, PAMELA - Field Hockey 2, 3, Cap-
tain 4, Softball 2, 3, Captain 4, Basketball 2, 3, Cap-
MACHNIK, MICHAEL - Music Club 4, Musical 4.
MacLEOD, PATRICIA I
MAHONEY, JANE - Gymnastics I, 2, Steering Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 3, Candy Sale 2, 3.
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
MASTROFILLIPPO, LUCIA - Pep Squad I, 2, Candy
MATTHEWS, WILLIAM - Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4,
Indoor Track I, 3, Volleyball I, 2, Outdoor Track I,
MAYOR, CATHERINE - Musical 3, 4, Archon Staff
3, Steering Committee 4, Performing Arts Club 4,
Competitive Plays 4, Senior Play 4.
McCUE, CAROLINE - National Honor Society 3, 4,
Community Service 3, 4, Music Club 3, 4.
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,
MCGOWAN, MARY - Basketball I, Glee Club I,
Candy Sale 2, Pep Squad 2, Variety Show 3, Musical
McGRATH, RICHARD - Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
McGRATH, STEPHEN - Band 1, 2, A.v. 2,
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
McNALLY, JOHN - Baseball I, Basketball I, Volley-
ball I, 2, 3, 4.
McNEIL, PAUL - Football I.
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.
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,
MILLS, ANDREA - French Club 2, Math Club 4.
MITRANO, DENISE - Christmas Proiect I, Pep
Squad I, 2, Variety Show 3, 4, EIC I, 2, Work Day
MOLLICA, DIANE - Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2,
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.
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.
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
MOYNIHAN, MAYRANNE -- Candy Sale I, 2, 3, 4,
Variety Show 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Community
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.
NICKERSON, GLEN - Football I, 2, Lacrosse 2, 3,
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-
O'NElL, JOHN - Hockey I, Lacrosse 2, Gymnastics
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.
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.
PARKER, ANN - Mixed and Select Choir I, 2, 3,
A.F.S. jto Brazil from New Yorkl, National Honor
Society 3, 4.
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
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.
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.
PLUNKETT, JAMES - Basketball I.
POLLEY, FRED - Hockey I, Football I, 2, 3, 4.
POLOGE, RACHELLE - EIC I, 2, Musical 3, Seminar
PORTER, CATHERINE - Gymnastics I, 2, French
Club 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Soci-
ety 3, 4, Community Service Proiect 3,
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.
PRUTZANNI, DAVID - Track I, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4.
RADLO, NADINE - Color Guard 2, 3, Archon Bio.
and Verse Staff 4.
RALSTON, GAYLE - Steering Committee 4.
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,
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
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,
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
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.
ROUSSEA, AUDREY - Candy Sale I, 2, Pep Squad
I, 2, Tennis I, 2, 3, Steering Committee 4.
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.
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.
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.
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
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-
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
SHEDD, ALISON - Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Squad I, 2, E.I.C. I, Competitive Plays 3, 4, Senior
SHEEHAN, JEAN - Spanish Club I, Volleyball 2.
SHEETZ, MARYBETH - Spanish Club 2, Community
SIBLEY, TARA - Mixed Chorus I, French Club 2.
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.
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.
SODEKSON, STEPHEN - Indoor Track I, Football 2,
Tennis 3, 4.
SOODAK, DAVID - Gymnastics 3, 4.
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.
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL - Football I, 2, 3, 4.
SWEENEY, CHRISTINE - Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4,
Maiorette 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Variety Show 3, Commu-
nity Service Proiect 3, 4.
TABOL, STEPHEN - Indoor Track I, 2, 3, 4, Out-
door Track I, 2, 3, 4.
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-
THORPE, MARY - Pep Squad I, 2, Steering Comm.
3, 45 Variety Show 35 Play 4.
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.
TURNAN, MARY - Candy Sale I, 25 Gymnastics I,
25 Steering Comm. I, 2, 45 Variety Show 3.
UHRIG, DONNA - Pep Squad I, 25 Candy Sale 2,
35 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Class Play 45 Variety Show
VATOR, CAROL - Candy Sale I5 Color Guard 2, 3,
Co-Capt. 45 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 3, 45
Archon - Bio. and Verse.
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, PAT - Pep Squad I, 25 Candy Sale I, 25
Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 3.
WELLING, CHRISTOPHER - Track I, 2, 35 Cross
Country 25 Soccer 35 Musical 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 35
Key Club 45 Student Council 4.
WERNICK, SUSAN - Softball I5 Candy Sale I, 2, 3,
45 Pep Squad I5 Ski Club I5 French Club 25 Steering
Comm. 3, 4.
WILSON, DIANE - Homeroom Rep. I5 Candy Sale
25 Steering Comm. 4.
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.
ZIGMAN, SHSRYN - Candy Sale I, 2, 35 French
Club 25 Steering Comm. 3, 45 Variety Show 3.
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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 . .
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
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
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,
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.
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.
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
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
there is no point in running
visualize two mirrors, reflecting
behind you is nothing, ahead,
tarry no longer:
though you lose little,
you gain less
by trying to mix your yesterdays
so as to forget tears and even
the river of experience
should flow through you and out' of
all is clear now, so that it may
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 . .
we were watching . .
we were seeing . .
we were touching . .
we were being . .
we were loving . .
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
Beth McManus -- "Ay Carumba."
Mitch King - "Dig those sandblasted exhaust
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,
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. . .
few days more,
sign those pix,
Hey you guys - Take it easy -- We'II see ya later.
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And by gosh - it let out a yelp.
Andy and Debbie
Anna K. Kirby
Annie, Jeannie, Jayne, Jan and Sue
Barn, Good Luck with your Bass!
Basically she knows the data!
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
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
Elaine and Tom
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
Happy New Years - I 8K I
Hare Krishna M.B.
Here's looking at your chaps.
He's the boogie-woogie bugler of the
Hey D-D-Dinky . . . Squeal
Hugh and Sue Again
I am the president - Joe C. Shaft lnc.
T.F. - 5.5. still does
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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
L.J., 5.K., and DC.
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
Alfred S. Brown
Frank G. Miconi
George M. Seymour
John J. O'Brien
S. J. Engel
William W. Driscoll
E. F. Gallagher
James J. Connor
Seth J. Tiberio
Ms. Sheilah Boo Cohen
Nancy Brew and Chums
Oscie and the gang of 42
73's --0 66's - 88's and we is gone
Sharon cmd Peter
She went out through the bathroom window
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
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
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
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
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Mr. Jeffrey Shames
Mr. David Dulac
Mr. Gary Goldman
Mr. Stuart Brooks
Mr. Robert Morse
Mr. Robert Rhodes
Mr. Craig Posey
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friendliness and warm with a cheery attitude.
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