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

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" . .h 4, vi" 1- Xi Greg Giorgio Mosi lndependeni . I!" ' I f Val Dias Peier Hopkins Mosi Versaiile 4- ."X', Nancg Glew A V.- I 11" F . ' ""' - g ff Lf at '-3-L ' f' Craig Beling 1 " " X In Appreciaiion Al I l I u I . l . 5 Mr. lnsalaco Head Football Coach 1963-l 974 Record 48-46-6 . . a coach who takes his iob very seriously. . . through the good and the bad, he wears the same hat . . . Insalaco shows class" The South Middlesex News .15 ff'?'1 l ' S .M 1 .J fy . Q. r , ily J Mrs. Roche Mathematics teacher in the Framingham School System for twenty years. Our thanks for your dedication to both the faculty and students at North High. A A-, 2 '2f?g:m Q ' ',,.w .-M., if 11? Y s a',?f' Q It I I 'lt A 'll I-1 I x' t .Q- X K 5 ' -AA 1 ' , . . " 'QV' lf, , L my ff? dum. S. of cf' hi?" ,W ' ll -,,,--cv ,,,...,--rv 0 ..i- ' ,..., A I 'S '-X ff if sm X GM 0-N LEON ABBOTT "No matter if you're born to play the king or pawn, the line is thinly drawn between ioy and sorrow." Leon. . .easygoing and personable . . .adventurous . . .a devilish grin DIANNE RAE ABLONDI "There must be room for growing some- where and I'm going . . . good-bye. The days and nights have gone dry, the last four whole years have flashed by." Dianne . . . petite and energetic . . . bombing around in the old gold Fury. . I can tell you when it's gonna rain . . . JAMES MICHAEL ADAMS "Stand on hills of long forgotten yester- days." Jim. . .friendly and versatile . . . cycling and backpacking . . . the ability to succeed College 2: Art School H : .,, , Austria and N.H. . . . Sammy College A ,ff " f',,x"" KEVIN MICHAEL ALLEN "Friendship is neither a formality nor a mode, it is rather a life." Kevin , . . goodelooking and sincere, with a mind of his own . . . lots of fun to be with . . . memories of good friends, good times College G' J KAREN E. ALPERIN "There is no duty we so much undertake as the duty of being happy." Karen . . . bubbly, filled with laughter . . . a good friend . . . "Hey, where to now?" College KATHY F. ANDERSON Kathy . . . quiet and caring . . . hord- working 4- xx, 77' PETER JOHN ANZALONE "Don't look back. Something may be gaining on you." Revs. . .easygoing, always where there's fun . . .soccer and the gang College ELIZABETH M. AMBLER "The most wasted day of all is one on which you haven't laughed." Liz . . . laughing, ioking, fun . . . great memories of Puerto Rico and a special QUY Travel STE NANCY CAROL AP'lT "For without words, in friendship, all thoughts, all desires, all expectations are born and shared, with joy that is unoc- claimed." Nance . . . blond, effervescent, and out- going. . ."wet", . ."How tall is he?" College PHEN ROBERT ANTHONY Steve . . .quietly friendly, attractive . artistic College t--"' WENDY ANN ARNOLD "All good things must come to an end Wendy . . . living life her own way . CHRISTINE ANNE ARICO "What can be seen lasts only for a time, but what cannot be seen lasts forever." Chris . . . beautiful and intelligent . . . bouncy curls and a personality to match . . ."Chris, stop giggling!" College one of the girls . . . memories of the M.F., the Barbershop, and Troggy College 54? . DONALD ASTIN LINDA A. BABINEAU Linda . . . fun-loving, carefree, and inde- pendent. . .good times with friends '21 Donny. . .amind of his own. . .aspe- cial car . . . many friends and many memories JOHN PHILIP BAKSTRAN "With deep self-realization, a person influences the universe with his subtle vibrations and is less affected by the flow of events," Jack . . . mischief and fun . . . football games, Burger King, Three Stooges College MARY ELIZABETH ARNOLD "Be careful which dreams you hold, for dreams come true." Beth . . . friendly and determined . . . memories of Elton John and summers at the Cape Secretarial School 6 ,4-I i" CHERYL LYNN AVER5 "The future is a convenient place for dreams." Cheryl . . . greets all with a smile filled with sincerity and a persuasive charm College i KATHERINE ANN BALBONI "We don't have tomorrow, but we had yesterday." Kathy . . . friendly, helpful . . . parties and good times with the gang College ,ffx i GLENN C. ASKIN "The omniscient are mindless, the spiritu- ally divine, soul-less, and the physically perfect, shapeless. To attain such infini' tudes, you must relinquish the humanities." Glenn . . . artistic and original, with an exceptional nature Art School 'f LYNN ANN BAGLEY "Friendship is the only cement that can hold the world together." Lynn , . . a twinkle in her eye, always something to say . . . memories of N,H. '74 and the buns. . .our twirling captain . . . great fun and excitement College DORIS DEYANYRA BARAHONA "The individualism of a person is not in that person's outer appear- ance, but in the capability of that person to think his own thoughts." Doris . . . intelligent, individualis- tic, helpful. . .habla espanol . . , memories of the cafe, first period math, that special guy . . . M.S., the Prom. . , bus rides College 5 , H6-.. if f s 1 LISA BEBERGAL "lf things are not as you wish, wish them as they are." Lisa . . . happy and fun-loving, takes life as it comes and enjoys it to the fullest . . . Harley David- son and L.M. College Q'-" CRAIG THOMAS BELING Craig . . . popular and respected . . . athletic, intelligent , . . the Datsun College 1 GEORGE BARRETT George. . .good-natured and fun . . . good times with friends College isa, WALLIS ANNE BAYER "Thinking is like living and dying, each of us must do it himseIf." Wallis . . . a hard-working girl who enioys being with people . . . swim meets, skating, Israel . . purple passion, Iollipop College ANNE PATRICIA BEASLEY "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Anne . . . quiet, easygoing, and thoughtful, pretty . . . the broken leg and seniors of '74 College I.. ROBYN A. BECKER "There doesn't seem to be enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them." Robyn . . . mischievous, fun-lov- ing, and friendly . . . memories of John and Honda 750 Secretary DAVID BRIAN BENNETT "Without trust there is no honesty, Without honesty there is no love, Without love there is nothing." Dave . . . a hard worker, a busi- ness man . . . outgoing College ,nf DONNA JOYCE BEREZIN "Happiness is the pursuit of mean- ingful goals." Donna . . . attractive and intelli- gent , . . thoughtful, easy to get along with . . . an ability to listen and give advice to friends . . . the ZOO, strategy . . . "Got the idea?" College NANCI ALISON BERMAN "Quiet is the voice of the soul, stillness is the word it speaks, silence is its message, love is its interpreter." N.B .... friendly, with a giggle of her very own . . . memories of the Cape after the Prom, a leaky barn, good times with the troop College CHERYL L. BERTUCELLI "Free as a bird to your mountain, ga to the clear flowing fountain." Cheryl . . . a serious-minded girl with a warm, friendly smile College DEBRA SUSAN BLITZER "Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we will find it not." Debbie . . . bright and fun to be with. . .a real friend to all College if , MARY M. BONEAU Mary . . . a comic . . . always laughing . . . many memories in in' wx' 11' RAYMOND BIRD "A mind is like a parachute, it only functions when open." Ray . . . memories of hockey and parties College ?NfQ'f" 2' i f A if JULIA MARIE BLADT "I've been working, I've been work- ing so hard." Julia . . . happy-go-lucky, pretty and friendly. . .independent College 95 Ch-Q. JERRY L. BOOTH Jerry . . . quiet, thoughtful . . industrious . XT . ...d . , Juofs' s., ERNEST R. BORDEN III "One must search out to find his own level of individuality and the meaning of life in the world with which one chooses to surround himself." College .f, .xxx DALE SANDRA BLANK "It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something." Dale . . . a true friend with a melange of subtle humor and pen- siveness. . .memories of Cin- ema, Natick friends . . . with pen in hand. . . Brandeis BRENDA M. BOHANEK Brenda . . . cute, independent, a friend to all . . .always smiling College HEATHER A. BORDEN "I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend 'til death your right to say it." Heather . . . memories of Natick, G.K., and Texaco College JOHANNA E. BOYNTON UYes always." Johanna . . . lively and fun-loving friendly, caring College DIANE ELAINE BOUSQUET "Good things never last forever." Diane . . . a gentle manner and a sweet smile . . . memories of T.D., the Three Musketeers College MARC E. BRAVERMAN "Happy are those that dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." Marc . . . a friendly attitude toward all . . . the white mean machine, good times with the guys MARK FRANCIS BOVEE "Life is a iourney, not a destination." Live freely GARY DAVID BREITBORD "What is man in nature? Nothing in rela- tion to the infinite, everything in relation to nothing, a mean between nothing and everything." Gary . . . dedicated and intelligent . . . Sunshine. . .B.S.L.D.A., bridge club PATRICIA M. BRADLEY "No never." Trisha . . .amiable and easygoing College KAREN M. BROOKS KEVIN P. BRIDGE "The greatest calamity is not to have failed but to have failed to try." Kevin , . . peaceful . . . a relaxed atti- tude toward life . . . good times with the guys. . .ci rowdy Trade School College . . .G.B. College 4 , r A1 A - MARIBETH BRITTON "Red is gray, and yellow white, who is to say what's right and what's an illusion." Boo . . . always in search of fun . . . a sincere friend . . .memories of color guard and parties College 17273, , BRIAN ALAN BROCKMAN Brian . . . friendly and adventurous . . . strongrminded, compassionate College "People so seldom say I love you, and then it's either too late, or love goes. So when l tell you I love you, it doesn't mean I know you'll never go, only that I wish you didn't have to." Karen . . . memories ofthe Three Muske- teers and the old bomb College l KENNETH J. BUCKMAN "The best preparation for success is to be ready for opportunity when it comes." Kenny. . . knowledge, determination, and common sense 'i Y -f DIANE L. BURR "Experience today, look towards tomor- row, remember yesterday." EDWARD JAMES BROWN "He who overcomes others is strong, he who overcomes himself is mighty." Ed . . . strong and lively . . . a real rowdy who enioys the good life College DEBORAH ELEANOR BURGESS Debbie . . . mild and soft-spoken . . . warm and funny College cvs DeDe , . . casual and easygoing . . . frfjl' memories of skiing and UMass College JEANNE MARlE BUTLER Beannie . . . cute and fun . . . enioying good times, good friends College DAVID R. BRUCE Dave. . .quiet but fun . . .thoughtful College and thoughtful as ff in SHERYL A. BURBO "Silence is good and does little harm." Cheryl . . . a quiet presence . . . warm Nursing KATHLEEN MARY BURKE "Recollection is the only paradise from which we cannot be turned out." Kathy. . . feminine and soft-spoken. . . a pretty smile College 7 for a good time ANN BUTTERWORTH "In the midst ofa raging winter, l learned that in me is an invincible summer - and suddenly nothing is the same." Annie. . .outgoing, fun-loving, and enthusiastic . . . one of the Three Muske- teers . . P.F. College GARY M. BUTKUS "Let's live together today, for tomorrow we will die alone." Gary . . . active and adventurous, out College if -auf I .1 M. 'Dv . Y ' AJ ST I , . 3. ,N -f-ff. DEBORAH CALIRI Debbie. . . independent, free- spirited. . .good times with friends fy' I wzrrf' MARC J. CANTOR "We know what we are, but know not what we may be." Marc . . . individualistic and dra- matic, with a true love of life and learning . . . a loyal and interest- ing friend College I r fl, W A.. 1 .t :I 4,- , .... CARLOS CAO "A man who can't iudge himself wisely is no iudge of others and a man who doesn't know himself doesn't know anyone." Carlos . . . a hard worker with a good sense of humor . . . knows where he's going College 'J -,pm-cv LINDA MARIE CALLAHAN "I do not hunger for a well-stored mind, I only wish to live my life, and find my heart in unison with all mankind." Linda . . . carefree and fun-lov- ing. . .memories of Concord and Juniper Hill, Central St., Pine- field, and partying College ,IW 42 , 'VX YL' 'Y NANCY CATHERINE CALLAHAN "I shall pass through this world but once. lf, therefore, there be any kindness I can show or any good thing I could do, let me do it now, for I shall not pass this way again." Nancy . . . considerate, modest, and thoughtful . . . a true human- itarian with a lively sense of humor College ------..-...1 af li , LJ!! nom- LESLIE CAPLAN ROBERT EDWARD CAPLIN Leslie. . . determined and ambi- Red. . .always laughing and tious . . . interested in everything having a good time . . . goes his own way College XX- PATRICIA LEE CALLANAN "We too often love things and use people when we should be using things and loving people." Patty . . . pretty and thoughtful . . . Where's the other half? . . . Bobbsie twins, Bermuda '74, July 4, I974 . . . cruisin' with Hagop, Mike's parties College 1 'La MARY KAY CANTWELL "No man is the whole of himself, his friends are the rest of him." Mary . . . memories of all sum- mer long, Beach Boys concert, great times with great friends . . . route 20 College DAVID B. CARP "Whenever you feel like criticiz- ing anyone, iust remember that not all the people in this world have had the same advantages that you have had." Dave . . . ambitious and full of surprises, teasing . . . memories of IHOP, water skiing, and Maine . . . the other half of Richie . . . the red pinto College 15,4 PAUL CARROLL Paul . . . mischievous and spir- ited. . .out fora good time i f' DEBORAH A. CATANI "We often feel our changing world is moving much too fast, we long for some reminders to link us with the past." Debbie . . . memories of break- fasts out and sophomore English and Biology classes 'VV RICHARD EDWARD CELORIER "Life is strange, iust when you get used to it, it changes for the bets ter." Rick . . . handsome and athletic . . .kabitzing in the cafeteria ...arowdy. . .Slip College , , MARY CASALI "How happy the friendship that turns to love, how sad the love that turns to friendship." More . . . What, no eyes? . . . What, no license? . . . What, no classes? . . . short and cute . . . memories of Michael Q. 'P - 4 . . 1 5. , 1 .. X F. 'A 'T . .hr ' ,Q f tv k on L ix' R R . . 5 "B 'rf-'gf 3 f -A 2 bn BRIAN WAYNE CASPERSEN "Anything worth doing is worth doing weIl." Brian . . . good-looking and persona- ble . . . considerate . . . talented in music and golf X W 4.11. 1 :ff ,ig s H4 9 +2 i" QI' 9' 'Y GAIL A. CHARNLEY "Yesterday is but today's memo- ries, and tomorrow is today's dream." Gail . . . memories of John and Cape Cod , . . zany and fun-lov- ing. . .Chuck 5 ROBERT M. CHISHOLM "If the country was as free as we speak of it, and our time was not limited, if righteousness was built from dreams, then life might be easier to live." College 'Nd ALEX CATALDO Al . . . very energetic and mise chievous, . . always onthe go gg? r i JAY STEVEN CEDRONE "The universe is ruled by letting things take their course. It cannot be ruled by interfering." Jay . . . his laughter fills the air . . .good-natured and natural . . . good times in the cat with the gang. . .Saturday night hockey College Qv ,"'T'y BRIAN A. CHURCH "You can't always get what you want, but you can try." Brian . . . the Happy Mallwan- derer . . . the coke machine and mountain dew. . ."No, my name isn't Temple" . . . friendly and fun-loving MARIE E. CIMINO "Smile - it keeps people wondering." Fishy. . .happy and outgoing. . . active in sports College NANCY L. CLARK "Friendship multiplies happiness, divides grief, and enhances the soul." Nance. . .soft-spoken. . .a loyal friend . . . good times with friends . . . 5.5, June 2, l972, T.C. forever , . . OK, Sue College JOAN P. CLOUSE aft? 'a "Yau can iump into the fire but you'll F P r never be free." A Joni . . . carefree and independent . . . vi f outspoken . . . good times at the Cape , .1 College DIANE JUDITH COHEN "To live one most love life." Diane . . . introspective, with a mind of her own . . . o friendly word for every- one College MARIANNE E. COLONNA "Today is the first day of the rest of your life." Mimi . . . modesty combined with serious mindedness . . . sweet and thoughtful School of Cosmetology .Ny CYNTHIA JEAN CLARK "To live without knowing love is not to , i live atall." Q' if Cindy . . . light-hearted and crazy . . . if memories of Florida and Maine . . . a if ' I concerned friend f College ,,V li " 13' 41:1 77 1 '15 ' JAMES M. CLINKSCALE Clink . . . quiet but fun-loving . . . one ofthe guys .-Y' .lr College CANDACE LEE COCKELL "Those who give have all things." Candy . . . pleasant and helpful cute smile -""""" V . MAUREEN COLLINS Maureen . . . a friendly smile, an easy- going manner 11" W" DANIEL J, COMISKY "You only go around once in life so you've got to make the best of it." Danny . . . determined, energetic . . . a rugged athlete who shines in basketball and baseball College N, 5-" STEPHEN CONT: Gena. . .spirited and fun. . .hockey MICHAEL E. COURNYN Mike . . . independent. . .goes his own way. . .many good times MARY E. CONNOLLY "Friendship is the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person, having neither to weigh thoughts or measure words." Mary . . . always smiling, energetic . . . hard-working and friendly . . . the pol- ished guitarist, iewelry at Sears College '15 College LISA GRACE CORRIGAN "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Lisa . . . a bubbly personality and a cap- tivating smile . . . energetic, attractive, and adventurous College , . g 4. E in THEODORE R. COX Ted . . . sincere and downto earth, witty . . . memories of Florida and Sax, a rowdy freshman year Service KRISTINA M, CONRAD "To be what we are to become, whatever we are capable of becoming, is the only end to life." Kris . . . always willing to help others, sincere. . . an understanding friend College DEBORAH J. CORMIER Deb . . . a sports enthusiast and lover of fun . . . the locker room . . . one of the "CTV gang gf " College LAURA MAY CORVESE "What is wrong with just being me?" Laura . . . hard-working and friendly, full of energy . . . smiles for everyone . . . parties and rowdy studies, summer of '73 College PAULA L. COVIELLO G "Friends are for sharing experiences with." Paula . . . determined and out-spoken . . . an interested friend . . . "Wednes- day is spaghetti day" . . . a Libra, but maybe '04 .,..- College LINDA MARIE CRONIN "I took the hard way every time, but if l look at myself today, l wouldn't have done it any other way." Linda. . .calm and easygoing. . . energetic . . . a good friend .AQA Q-if College 1 Tlx f if JEAN MICHELLE CROUTEAU "Cherish yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow." Michelle . . . energetic and fun . . .BO-BO. . ."We're only going one way" . . , summer of '711 and Mac's College Tx 'Y PAMELA MARIE CROTTY "Don't walk behind, I may not lead, Don't walk ahead, I may not follow, Just walk beside me, and be my friend." Pom. . . innately warm to every- one, especially with her sparkling smile . . . versatile and ambitious . . . involved and hard-working . . .the Cape, Friendly's, the Variety Show College Ui' BETH CULGIN "Let me live in a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man," Beth . . . attractive and shy . . . many experiences shared with close friends. . . "a real doll" College TRACY ANNE CUNNINGHAM "Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend." T.C. . . . a true blue Irish, friendly and flirtatious . . . "Let's see it go" . . . N.H., the blue Toyota, great times with the gong Secretarial School 'R Q ffl? Q MW J ALAN CURELOP "Saying is one thing, doing is another." Alan. . . quiet, conscientous, and considerate College in in-.Q i f KAW- SHERRY L. CUSHING Sherry. . .quiet but friendly . . ,easygoing 'ff 1 Pu L.. Qing. DANIEL DALEY "Hard work is the best investment man can make." Dan . . . friendly and considerate . . . a true gentleman . . , mem- ories of weekends at UMass, Goldbrick '73 College . f n DENISE MARIE DALLAMORA "I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way." Little Denny . . . cute, always on the go and full of spirit. . . "Go" . . . the great 28, Bermuda '75 . .a true friend College ROBERT W. CURRAN "You win some and you lose some." Bob . . . good-natured and confi- dent. . .a nut on the road College JAMES L. DALY "A feast is made for laughter and wine maketh merry, but money answereth all things." Jim . . . active, fun-loving, and loyal. . .a hacker. . . Dales College DARLENE M. D'AMOUR "The true profession of man is to find his way to himself." Darlene . . . sparkling, expres- sive eyes . . .happy in spirit, gentle in soul College .U fi' " fxzsgf' MARGARET LEE DAY "lt's nice to be alone but if is nicer to share it with someone." Peggy. . .pretty and sweet, thoughtful, sensitive . . . memo- ries of Conn., good times with Ricky College FRANCIS DeCOTA "You have not converted a man because you have silenced him." Frank . . . independent and fun to be with College Q. 'R ' fy, ,. ' ' '-ff., .. .. . ,, Toi- f 13 N.: iff- ' MARK D'ANGELO "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." Mark. . .good-natured and carefree . . . always ioking . . . athletic and handsome. . . Duck College I Ll STEPHEN E. DAVIS He who has no brains plays goal and has no goal." Steve . . . always ready with a smile . . a great sense of humor . . . hockey and Key Club. . . if I College rv.. . 'fin is ' 1 THOMAS MICHAEL DAVITT "The struggle through life won't be easy, but never be a quitterg always put your- best into every- thing you do, because then you know that you have succeeded." Tom. . .obliging, confident, determined . . . a true friend and leader . . . WKOX trophy . . . a ready lrish smile College cms" fi ANTHONY DeFlLlPPO DARYL DeMlCHELE Tony. . .carefree, out for a "l leave my reputation behind good time. . .Sax Square me." Service Daryl . . . a lot of laughs, a lot of fun, and a lot of friends. . . always finding something to do College CAROLYN M. DECKER "Home is where the heart is." Carol. . .sensitive and intelli- gent, carefree, fun-loving . . . an l l unforgettable laugh . . . memo- ries of M.D., Juniper Hill, pinto, Nabisco and Rice Krispies College "vw s - ROBERT J. DEPIETRI "Know it and enjoy it, because before you know it, it's too late." Bob . . . mischievous, easygoing and relaxed . . . Key Club . . . living it up with the gang College 1'- 'Vx SANDRA R. DEWEY "I forget things I remember, but l remem- ber things I forget." Sandy. . . independent, easygoing. . . parties in New Hampshire and Ashland Travel 'ill-aff' LOUIS E. DIONIS "To die but not to perish is to be eternally present." Luigi . . . always ready for fun, carefree and mischievous . . . good times with the gong College JOHN FRANCIS DEVANEY John . . . studious, serious, and consider- ate. . . a hard worker and a good friend College bg ,us 'P'-n DAVID DIETZ Ditz . . .gregarious,fun-loving. . . always out with the gang College WILLIAM P. DOLAN "I want to succeed." sensitive and determined College ,J THOMAS A. DEVIN "Life is like eating artichokes, you go through so much to get so little." College VALERIE T. DIAS "Better to be silent and thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt." Val . . . a girl with a mind of her own . . . a real politician . . . memories of the Cape, April I9 College CAROL ANN DiMUZlO "You'Il get over it." Carol. . . carefree and high-spirited . . , memories of Turkers Hairdressing School LOUISE D. DOLAN Louise . . . pretty eyes, a friendly smile . . .individualistic SAMUEL B. DOLLINS "When you're bad you're good and when you're good you're better." if Sam . . . handsome and friendly, inde- pendent. . . "Hava happy" College MARJORIE L. DOWD "A dreamer of pictures, I run in the night, You can see us together chasing the moonlight." Mari . . . an introverted extrovert . . . country daydreams . . . tap dancing in empty halls, the spirit of the English office . . . Eliot, E.J., Bowiel. . ."Some of my best friends are normal." College ., .I HJ I., . 1 , xl? MARSHA A, DUBNOW "Kindness is never wasted. lf it has no effect on the recipient, at least it benefits the bestowerf' Marsha . . . quiet and sweet, intelligent . . .a loyal friend College f' ,,". 41314 . -1 the soul." fruit is sweet." JOHN CHRISTOPHER DONLON "The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can't be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it " John . . . considerate, sometimes quiet a good sense of humor. . . "That's unbelievable". . .J.D. College MARK EDWARD DONNELLAN "Happy are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price to make them come true." Mark . . .easygoing, fun to be with . memories of bus rides with the crossrcoun- try team, the cafe, the rowdies College lbw... " GLENN DRINKWATER "Charms strike the sight, but merit wins Glenn . . . amiable and carefree, o per- son who takes life as it comes J College 15'-v AUDREY E. DUNTON "The roots of education are bitter, but the Aud . . . reserved and poised, loves horses and swimming . . . memories of a great summer at Pleasant Valley College 'un JEANNE MARIE DRUGAN "Love to your highest capacity, for love is the beginning of life." Jeanne. . , always smiling, a good word for everyone . . . lots of memories of color guard, Stowe, Dennisport, concerts, and a southie K.C. Nursing 'I LAUREN MARY DUPREY "What more can I say, no words describe this feeling that l have inside." Lau . . . bubbly and fun, concerned with others , . . memories of Wallace's and the "B" wagon, sweet pea and pork chops, S.C. at Nancy's Social Work BARBARA A. DRENNAN Peaceful, free, and easy. Bobs . . . cheerful, outgoing, and friendly. . .a mind of her own eu, I ,,.-v' PAUL D. DUFRESNE "A buck by any other name is still a buck." Paul . . . fun-loving and gregarious, ath- letic. . .ahacker Q5 . CGY1 ,,,,..?' ,li , in i Y'T'7r BONNIE LYNN DYER "To thine own sell be true." Bonnie . . . dedicated and caring . . .musically inclined. . .sweet and considerate Medical Technician 'Q' LISA ELWORTHY "Look to this day! Yesterday is already a dream . . . and tomor- row is only a vision." Lisa . . . a warm laugh, a spar- kling smile. . .loves the out- doors, the ocean . . . memories of Florida Secretarial School 4 , -'rf JAMES PHiuP eoAsri "A man's a man who looks a man right between the eyes." Jamie . . . always on the move, a challenge within himself . . . Pos- kus, Frisco '64, Heard Pond, "Say, Hey," eclaires, D.F.P., botulism, H.0.0.T.H.B. College 1 . IV r V i IRA G. SIMON ELIAS "To reach the highest you must begin at the lowest." Ira . . . an individual personality eager for new experiences . . . summer '74, Jack in the Box, GNI- KOT, second period study College ,-- JANE J. ENRIGHT "To live is like love . . . All rea- son is against it and all healthy instinct for it." Jane . . . always laughing and full of fun . . . a true green . . . memories of N.H. and the Cape '74, . .a great friend fp 4,-gy NANCY JEAN ERICSON "Always take on more than you can handle, or you'll never do all you can do." Nancy . , . a quiet, shy, good- looking gal, loves skiing and bowling . . . "Oh, dear" . . . P- I-T-I-F-U-L. . ."You'd make a good model." Secretarial School QT'-,I MARK J. EWALD "A man who doesn't have a dream is not alive." Mark . . . confident and humor- ous, athletic . . . many interests . . . a tennis butt College JENNIFER A. ELLARBY "lf you see someone without a smile, give him one of yours." Jenny . . . always smiling . . . memories of summer '73 and '74 JOANNE D. ENGELS "Miracles happen only to those who believe in them." Little Jo . . . pretty eyes and a smile to match. . .intelligent and independent . . . Hey, pal . . . Remember the clunkers and the laundryincident?. . .BBBBWG College SANDRA J. FALZONE "Cherish yesterday, dream of tomorrow, live for today." Sanke . . . a special friend with a serious personality. . .White glove here I come . . . memories of summers at Priscilla Beach College A,-Q. WILLIAM THOMAS FARRELL Bill . . . quiet, studious, and ath' letic College B JOSEPH MICHAEL FERRARO "Better by far you should forget and smile than that you should remember and be sad." Joe . . . considerate and under- standing . . . memories of Sandy and Hermie, Sarge and Mrs. M, "Why don't you pass?" . . . out- going College ft SZ JEANE HELENE FEUERSANGER "l talk because l feel, and I talk to you because I want you to know how I feel." Jeone . . . a New York girl with New York dreams . . , "Good one, Jeane!" . . .ielly bean. . . swimming '74 . , . a walk in the woods . . . "meet ya at the tene nis court". . , it must be that hat! College SUSAN M. FEDORCHAK "l took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the differ- ence." Sue . . . thoughtful and helping . . . memories of special friends . . .hard-working and intelligent College GLENN R. FELDHOUSE "The principal business of life is to enioyitf' Glenn . . . an eosygoing rowdy with a mischievous smile . . . the green Vega . . . always where there's a good time Navy 4' .2-' ,ns it ffl! ,4-3' gif. . .W :fi PAUL ANDREW FINGER "The cuckoo who is on to himself is halfway out of the clock." Paul . . . friendly, with a style of his own . . , a smile for everyone . . .rallies with the rowdies Conservation S237 FLORENCE MARIA FISCHER "Life is for living, loving, and car- ing." Flo . . . a bubbly personality, a twinkle in her eye . . . a warm and friendly smile for all. . , memories of Grog's locker, Burger King, and friends Secretarial School gl 'S ,. .. 'V' vs KAREN LEE FERRAN "Eat, drink, and be merry, For today is tomorrow's yesterday," Karen . . . Every friend is a friend forever . . . her sweet smile says a thousand words . . . endless memories of Florida and Maine . . .an impressive gymnast College 'Sl ...Q- THOMAS J. FERRARO "Yesterday is for remembering, today is for doing, tomorrow is for hoping." Tom . . . good-looking, quiet but friendly . . . memories of lacrosse, knees, N.H., and Florida . . .ambitious and thoughtful College SYLVIA ANN FISCHER "The world is full of beauty when the heart is full of love." Syl . . . Happy and fun-loving, lots of personality and humor . . .memories of "our" locker and the Happy Wanderers Secretarial School DONALD R. FITCH JR. "Let friendship creep gently to a height, if it rushes, it may soon run out of breath." D.R. . . . always thinking of others . . . good-looking, with a friendly smile . . . the pink bow. . .S.K. College ROBERT A. FITZGERALD "Live life as though every day was your last and some day you will be right." Fitzy. . .easygoing and quiet. . . friendly, fun TRUDY J. FITZGERALD "Sometimes you dream, sometimes it seems there's nothing there at all." Trudy . . . pretty and smiling . . . many good times. . .good memories of Maine, cheering, and 1-7116 College 'YNY College KIMBERLY FLANNIGAN "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams." Kim . . . fun-loving, free-spirited, full of life, and feminine . . . a devilish grin . . . long live the Galley . . . memories of the Cape and the Accident . . . pretty and petite ir. EDWARD L. FLEMING "Man's flight through life is sustained by the power of his knowledge." Stretch. . .good-looking and athletic ...alotoffun College CATHLEEN PATRICE FLYNN "The rainbow is more beautiful than the pot at the end of it, because the rainbow is now. And the pot never turns out to be quite what l expected." Cathy . . . pretty and reserved . . . inde- pendent. . . memories of the "house" Travel, College College PAMELA JEAN FOSTER ROBERTA FLYNN "She just can't be changed to a life where nothing's gained and nothing's lost - at such o cost." Robin. . . irreplaceable, irrepressible . . . subtle and green-eyed . . . N.H. at dawn , . . work shirt and leans . . . that wicked smile. . .the silver minx Veterinarian vi! 'zf"T"" GAYLE ROBIN FORBES "There is a need to be more than iust a reflection, I am what I am and I have to be me." Gayle . . . attractive and bubbly . . . her eyes express her feelings . . . loves meeting people . . . memories of Walt- ham and friends Public Relations Th fy ff' wr KIM M. FORGUE Kim . . . pretty and feminine . . . easy- going, self-assured "Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant, for they too have their story." Pam . . . considerate and honest . . . full of personality and fun . . . Table for three please! . . .Murph and Lopez, Gigs with Barn . . . Christmas in Ala- bama 73. . .the '68 Chevy Travel, College 11 44" 7 f 91 l iw' l DIANNE N. FOURNIER "All good gifts around us are sent from Heaven above." Di . . .a lover of fun and people . . , a constant smile . . . bubbly and energetic, never at a loss for words . . . o trusting and trusted friend IRENE R. FOX smile. . .a loyal friend College GALE A. FRANCESCONI 4, "People should be nice to people, we're all we've got." Gale . . . pretty and cheerful . . . for- ,, ever smiling . . . Bermuda '74, appendi- citis College ANDREW J. FROMMER CHRISTOPHER P. FRETWELL Chris. . .quietly friendly. . .good looks' de'e'm"'o'lO" of golf in the back field "Friends ore the best thing to have." Mick . . . a warm personality, a pretty 'E' College KAREN FRAZIER "No race can prosper 'til it learns that there is as much dignity in tilling afield as in writing a poem." Fraz . , . a loyal friend and fun compan- ion. . .memories of the ride to the Cape, Burger King, and Gwen's Locker College 1 493 "Travel broadens the mind." Andy , . . creative and intelligent . . . an answer for everything . . . memories .,-- College DARLENE M. FROST "True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it is lost." Poised, sincere, friendly , . . Darlene ,-,. Secretary 'V' KAREN M. GAGAN Karen . . . quiet and pretty . . . sensi- tive, friendly JOHN A GALLAGHER REFFREY D' GAMES , . "Goodbye North High - Hello Cruel 5 A wise person makes his own decision, o World ,. , I .fx rink one jgixialauobrls opllgon' O- Sincere, willing to help others . . . memo- .e ' ' .' p qu ' ' 'eosyg ries of football practices . . . tall and f' ing, a friend to all handsome John College A ' ' College DONALD R. FITCH JR. Let friendship creep gently to a height, if it rushes, it may soon run out of breath." always thinking of others . . . tl' good-looking, with a friendly smile . . the pink bow. . .S.K. if D.R 1 f 1' V X 11 bt., 'O' ' I :,f 12,1 lg -.NS :i i TRUDY J. FITZGERALD "Sometimes you dream, sometimes it seems there's nothing there at all." Trudy . . . pretty and smiling . . . many good times. . .good memories of Maine, cheering, and 1116 College 4' mf V .7 - Ii rms College ROBERT A. FITZGERALD "Live life as though every day was your last and some day you will be right. Fitzy. . .easygoing and quiet. friendly, fun College KIMBERLY FLANNIGAN "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams." Kim . . . fun-loving, free-spirited, full of life, and feminine . . . a devilish grin . . . long live the Galley . . . memories of the Cape and the Accident . . . pretty and petite ROBERTA FLYNN GAYLE ROBIN FORBES Fw au-....., EDWARD L, FLEMING "Man's flight through life is sustained by the power of his knowledge." Stretch. . .good-looking and athletic ...alotoffun College "She iust can't be changed to a life where nothing's gained and nothing's lost - at such a cost." Robin. . . irreplaceable, irrepressible . . . subtle and green-eyed . . . N.H. at dawn . . . work shirt and ieans . . . that wicked smile. . .the silver minx Veterinarian Q' KIM M. FORGUE Kim . . . pretty and feminine . . . easy- going, self-assured CATHLEEN PATRICE FLYNN "The rainbow is more beautiful than the pot at the end of it, because the rainbow is now. And the pot never turns out to be quite what l expected." Cathy. . . pretty and reserved . . , inde- pendent. . . memories of the "house" Travel, College . ,.,, 1 her mee ham PAMELA JEAN FOSTER "Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant, for they too have their story." Pam . . . considerate and honest . . . full of personality and fun . . . Table for three please! . . .Murph and Lopez, Gigs with Barn . . . Christmas in Ala- bama '73 . . .the '68 Chevy Travel, College College "There is a need to be more than iust a reflection, l am what I am and l have to be me." Gayle . . . attractive and bubbly . . . eyes express her feelings . . . loves ting people . . . memories of Walt- and friends Public Relations .,w A H D , fi -,lv Q F, 13 .Q-W' DIANNE N. FOURNIER 1 "All good giftsvaround us are sent from IRENE R' FOX Heaven above. Di . . .ci lover of fun and people. . .a constant smile. . . bubbly and energetic, never at a loss for words . . . a and trusted friend smile. . .a loyal friend trusting College GALE A. FRANCESCOIN-ll "People should be nice to people, we're all we've got." Gale . . . pretty and cheerful . . . for- ever smiling . . . Bermuda '74, appendi- citis 10' ldv' College "Friends are the best thing to have." Mick . . , a warm personality, a pretty , 1 f? ,"N 'Qs-..., College I, V K 1 .- KAREN FRAZIER "No race can prosper 'til it learns that there is as much dignity in tilling afield as in writing a poem." Fraz . . . a loyal friend and fun compan- ion. . .memories ofthe ride to the Cape, Burger King, and Gwen's Locker College l I ANDREW J. FROMMER "Travel broadens the mind." Ch , . 'tl fr nd' d Andy , . . creative and intellige CHRISTOPHER P FRETWELL in-3 looks' de'e'm"'O'lO" of golf in the back field DARLENE M. FROST "True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it is lost." Poised, sincere, friendly. . .Darlene Secretary ,-f ris uie ie oo . q Y Y Q an answer for everything . . . memories nt... ,,...... College KAREN M. GAC-AN Karen . . . quiet and pretty . . . sensi- tive, friendly JOHN A. GALLAGHER f.El:l:lgEY D' GMNES "Goodbye North High - Hello Cruel A wise person makes his own decision, a World ,. G':!' x Eeilljk one liclgifiiaquabrlij Osilglioni eos O- Sincere, willing to help others. . .memoe , ' ' f p Cl ' ' ' V9 ries of football practices . . . tall and ing, a friend to all h nds me John College G O ' ' ' College DENISE L. GAMBONE Munchkin. . , good times at Q.C. with the gang . . . Moon Palace. . . L.C., M.C. . . .loves bikes Secretarial School 1 YH? -47 ... MICHELE CLAIRE GAULIN "Anger is the ill wind that blows out the light of intelligence." Michele . . . quiet yet involved , . . intelligent and a lot of fun . . "Hey Mitchl" College fvfar PATRICIA ANN GENNA "When you can endure all the burdens and pressures of life, that is called strength." Patty . . . easygoing with a genu- ine sincerity . . . a good friend . . . memories of Cape Cod Sum- mers in Onset, Westfield State . . .got to have friends College IQ., L., THCMAS J. GARDELLA "lt's already written that today will be one to remember." Tom . . . a strong personality, a natural leader . . . wins respect as well as friendship . . . memo- ries of summers at the Cape College THERESA G. GARMON "Dream on - dream until your dreams come true." Terry . . . a fun person to know . . .always laughing. . .memo- ries of the Mercury and "Swing- ers" Nursing School J ff. .' . ff? r V Qi' ' l 49 ROSE-MARIE GENOVA " 'I love you,' are only words try- ing to describe the feelings in my heart." Ree. . .kind and generous, always helpful . . . memories of going out to breakfast, Friday night drive-ins, the "68." Marriage ivy! MARIA GIAMOGIANIS "Smile, God Loves you." Moria . . . cute and quiet . . . always a smile . . . many memo- ries College 4. 'fins KATHLEEN M. GATELY "Love means never having to say you're sorry." Kathy. . . cute, bubbly and friendly. . .good times skiing Nursing School JONATHAN A. GAY Jon. . .self-determination, a cool and calm attitude . . . Satur- day night hockey, snowballs at Danforth Park, sandpits Army MARGARET M. GIBSON Peggy . . . memories of Tastee's . . . Summer and Big Bill 5 I FREDERICK W. GIESIN "The truth is always the strongest argument." Fred . . . modest and thoughtful . . .memories of Capone College DONALD E. GLATTHORN "A man cannot be said to succeed in life who does not satisfy one friend." Don . . . easygoing and fun . . . memories of the Mill College NANCY J. GLEW "Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." Nance . . . active and outgoing . . . always smiling, everybody's friend . . . enthusiastic and des- tined for success . , . OK?, all right . . .Oh my God, it's a VW! . . .T.W.A. College Tw gg'-7 'Lf' LORRAINE S. GILBERT "Be it true or false, what is said about men has as much influence upon their lives, and especially upon their destinies, as what they do." Lorraine. . .content with the sim- ple things in life . . . memories of rowdy studies, parties, and Old Smoky gf 4'-5 GREGORY S. GIORGIO "lf you worry too much about tomor- row, you'll ruin all your todays." Greg . . . always clowning, very out- going. , .summer '74. . .My temp, Tom's grid . . . good concerts, good parties. . .the laundromat . . .Georgeons 110 4197 SANDRA F. GIROUX Sandy. . . memories ofthe Cape, parties, and Kenny Hairdressing 'ZF ZV4 "vu-I JOANNE B. GLAZER "No matter where l'm going, I'll remember where l've been." Jo . . . independent and ambi- tious . . . TWWW, Moon Palace .. .I'm Mc Psyched. . .the library, tacos, and the Drive-In College L' " f" fix WILLIAM W. GODDARD "An empty bag cannot stand upright." Bill . . . always ready for a good time . . . fun on motorcycles. . . traveling in N.H. and other places ff' RICHARD A. GOFF Rich. . .tall and independent . . . parties and farming ci1""' ANNE T. GOLDSTEIN "Now, in the apple green sunset before them, there stretched the fabled Merry England of the Mid- dle Ages, when they were not so dork." Anne . . . a combination of intel- lect and determination bring her constant success. . .involved and concerned College X. v PETER MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN "Happy the man, and happy he alone, he who can call today his own. He who is secure within can say, Tomorrow, do thy worst, for I have lived today." Peter. . .witty and good-looking, a charmer . . . memories of A.W., North MICHAEL J. GONET "Live life your way and not somebody eIse's." Mike . . . memories of E.H. and R.P., period two study, keeping a watchful eye for D.O. and T.F. W' f ' 5 af 'Q' i - hockey 12 7, the mountains if ROBERT W. GOODNOW "Life is hard, make it easy as possible." Bob . . , carefree and easygoing . . . Burger King and the shiny blue Galaxie College J lu' 'Q Cf? College DENISE L. GOSSELIN "What's tomorrow anyway? If it's not the same as now, it's the same as yesterday." Denise . . . quiet and independent . . . memories of A.B.'s party, Ashland, and drive-in movies ,WD- 2 ,I fa! Q W' , Q I, 1 f , SALLY A. GOULD "Images of broken light dance before me like a million eyes, they call me on and on across the universe." Sally , . . petite and natural . . . a sweet smile, a gentle manner . . . memories of summer '74 and Hull College RICHARD GRADY "Know the true value of time, snatch, seize, and enioy it." Rick. . .out for a good time. . . friendly, outgoing . . . memories of the red bomb, parties at Mike's house, bas- ketball games College fl? SHARYN G. GREISDOFF KATHERINE A. GRAHAM "Keep your face to the sunshine and shadows will fall behind you." Kathie. . . ready and anxious for a good time . . .The Way We Was??. . . tacos and pistachios . . . do something beautiful . . .the library, the drive-in College iw- . 1 - 'bi NANCY E. GREENSTENE JOHN GREENOUGH John . . . mischievous and fun-loving . . . many good times 'fb 1 1... 7 W "A smile can never be kept, it can only be given away." Nancy . . . beautiful, with a mischievous smile . . . radiant and caring . . . a true friend College "Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves." Sharyn . . . sensitive, warm . . .glowing . . . memories of color guard and special friends College KAREN M. GREMLEY "Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." Karen . . . tranquil and considerate . . . the three musketeers, the bomber . . . Gremo College KAREN M. GROGAN "Be yourself, but be your best self. Dare to be different and follow your own star." Karen. . .talkative and bubbly. . . Bermuda friends and the Happy Wander- ers. . . our locker, Burger King College KENNETH J. GRIFFIN Ken . . . quiet and artistic . . . hard- working RICHARD S. GROSSMAN "The man who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything." College LINDA GUIGLI "We are always looking to the future, the present does not satisfy us. Our ideal, whatever it may be, lives further on." Linda. . .athletic and talented. . . independent College MICHAEL J. GUNNING Mike . . . a diligent worker . . . indivi- dualistic Vocational School fr' nv-, DORON HAENDEL "lf I am not for myself, who will be? And when I am for myself, what am I? And if not now, then when?" Doron. . .quiet, self-motivated. . . artistic . . . memories of Israel Art School NANCY E. GUNNER " 'Sail,' quoth the king. 'Hold,' saith the wind." Nance . . . athletic, versatile GREGORY F. HAGOPIAN "The worth ofa man is determined by his ability to enioy life." Hagop . . . outgoing, with a warm heart I . . . skiing on the lake, Nantasket, Sature day night drive-ins, basketball . . .camping with friends, "69" College College -w.1 1' STEVEN J. HABERMAN "The next best thing to solving a problem is finding some humor in it." Steve. . . thoughtful, with a vibrant sense of humor . . . Habes College l at r 1 ' 'Wai . ip P :V-' 3 X 11 K .. x , 'Ay I ANN M. HALL "You never really leave people you love. Part of them you take with you, leaving part of you behind." Ann . . . full of energy , . . a light-hearted sense of humor College ik fx. LYNN M. HANNA "Two people who are true friends are like two bodies with one soul." Lynn . . . quiet, o sensitive spirit . , . memories of summer '73 and '74 at Martha's Vineyard. . . Deb, T,W., B.B., and Newton friends Nursing "li-F --rv' DEBRA D. HARDY "To me, having discovered how vast and unlimited man's inner world is, neither pessimism nor exasperation seems to be signifi- cant." Debbie . , . creative and light- hearted. . .helpful College TL x . CYNTHIA J. HANDLIN EDWARD HANDLIN "The only way to have a friend is "I have never let my schooling to be one." interfere with my education." Cindy . . . quiet and sincere . . College memories of Maine vacations, summer of '74, great weekends Nursing KRISTIN L. HANKE "Why should the devil have all the fun?" Kris . . . talented and intelligent . . .fond memories of France, summer '74, friends . . . ls the world ready yet? Navy Nurse DONALD HANSEN Don . . . fun-loving and mischie- vous. . .a devilish grin 'h PETER CHARLES HARDY "Fortune truly helps those who are of good iudgmentf' College 'Y r 'Vi 7' MICHAEL M. HARRIS Mike . . . a distinctive personality . . . always on the go in his yel' low bomber College VALERIE MONIQUE HARRIS "I believe in the sun even when it is not shining. I believe in love even when I am alone. I believe in God even when he is silent." Val . . . free-spirited and devilish . . . the fearsome foursome . . . memories of Sax, nights at QC, and WH parties College i L 4 MICHELLE MARIE HARTNETT "Those who do not appreciate what they have will have no more." Michelle . . . natural and inde- pendent . . . memories of Anita's parties, Ray, the '65 Chevy College Lyn 'is l KATHLEEN A. HAYNE5 "lt's too hard to feel sorry for yourself when you're happy." Kathi . . . thoughtful, kind, and sensitive . . . a special boy, the dry cleaner's, North High shows . . . a happy smile. . , excitable and bubbly. . .Red College ef' 3, G.. L ROBERT F. HEALY Bob . . . a diligent worker . . . abounds in determination College 'QA T'-rf' DEBORAH A. HATCH "You can't always learn from being taught, you learn from experience." ' Debbie. . .always out for a good time . . . memories of Dave, New Hampshire Marriage ' J! 'UQ SUZANNE MARIE HAWLEY "Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." Sue . . . friendly and outgoing . . . a smile for everyone . . . memories of New York, the VW, and Burger King College Q ... . , 5 , . , 7 B - J- f ' Q A A X s 'bs r v .63 - --if I 5 D si Q.. 'B 45? ' Q, I ELAINE L. HECKMAN "Find out who you really are, maybe then you can really live." Laine . . . very talented and free- spirited, with her own ideas and dreams. . .nights out . . ."Oh, thank you" Nursing 1, . Q?-5 BRIAN HEDIN "An individual's way of thinking and feeling is within himself." Brian . . . easy going and fun . . .Anita's parties. . .Lorraine. 5 MITCHELL J. HAYES Mitch . . . boisterous and bold . . . weekends and parties . . . GTO's don't go Art School .J-ei ' A - if , BARBARA J. HAZEN "Be not overcome with evil, but overcome evil with good." College 'CX ROBERT H. HEDRICK "You only go around once in life, so you've got to grab for all the gusto you can." Bob . . . good looks, determina- tion, and drive . . . athletic and intelligent College BONNIE P. HEGARTY "Just you 'n me, simple and free." Bonnie . . . a pretty blonde, vivacious and talented , . . a warm personality, many friends . . . anyone seen Biff?. . . memories of a certain party and Friend- GARY HEILIGMAN Gary . . . intellectual . . . a serious out- look on life . . . dedicated to his interests College ly'5 KATHRYN R, HELLSTROM "Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest of all, to see life as it is, and not as it should be." Kathy . . . dramatic and artistic . , . sin- cere, understanding . . .a beautiful voice . . . destined to succeed College df 5 ,N TERESA KAY HENDRIX "Life is a perpetual instruction in cause and effect, learning and living in spite of our mistakes." Teresa . . . quiet and sensitive . . . intel- ligent, determined College College 3 i' ui' , DANA S. HILL any -'Q "Whatever be gained today, the reach of tomorrow is more." Dent . . . easygoing with a humorous . . . "Jeezz!" . . . memories at Mike's ."So I says 'cut it out' " College LORI S. HIRSCH "Kindness in words creates confidence, Kindness in thinking creates profound- ness, Kindness in giving creates love." Lori. . .adventurous and lively. . . good times with W.A.M.J,, Torino, 390, Thanksgiving College CHRISTOPHER J. HOGAN Chris . . . quiet and thoughtful . . . fun with the guys. . .a hard-working athlete College DOUGLAS N. HOLLAND "Always do what you want, so long as you don't hurt others and you don't get Caught." Auto Mechanic l 'Oh STEVEN C. HOLLIS "Everything human is pathetic. The secret source of humor itself is not ioy but sor- row. There is no humor in heaven." Steve . . . striving for the best in life, likely to succeed College ANN M. HOLOHAN Ann. . .always laughing and joking . . .fun-loving, individualistic KAREN LYNN HOLZMAN "Today, well lived, makes every yester- day a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow o vision of hope," Holzy . . . small, cute, and sweet . . . o great toste for fashion . . . friends are her most valuable possessions . . . mem- ories of summers in N.Y. College JANET S. HOOPER "To see the world in o groin of sand, and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour." Jan . . . individualistic, goes her own way . . . memories of someone special College 7. KRISTEN MURRAY HORNE "Make footsteps in the sands of time." KERRIN ANN HOOKWAY "Iridescent was each moment, touched with joy, love, and light." Kerrin. . .pretty and sensitive. . . , . . x memories of Anita s parties, fantastic 'T' -r summers in Hull College X Ai SUSAN HOROHOE "Be for enough away from your emotions PETER J. HOPKINS "Twas brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wobe: all mimsy were the borogroves, and the mome raths out- grobe." Peter . . .his quick-witted informality blends with an ambitious, intellectual mind . . . captures reality through the lens of o camero College 6 I if se-f CHARLES C. HUMPHREY "There is no right way to thing." Chuck . . . independent . tion brings him success . . musician +5 J do the wrong . . determina- . a talented College Kris. . .a scientific mind. . . individual- istic and sensitive, a good listener . . . memories of Prom '74, Mrs. G's Bio class, Spider Legs and Hawk College -we - -L-L5 'T SUSAN A. HYSON "Precious and few are the moments we two can shore." Sue. . . independent and easygoing, tol- kative . . . memories of the "Creep," bowling to smile at anything iust a little." Sue . . . blonde, cute, and cheerful . . . olwoys onthe go in the Baby Cricket. . . o sensitive spirit . . . memories of the Marian crew, Prom '74, the Cape College LESLIE A. HURLBUT Leslie . . . demure and feminine with a beautiful smile SUSAN IAFRATE "Impressions scolded into mind through the years are but scars in the future. The greatest knowledge is obtained through life and love, being the most demanding of teachers." Sam , . . sensitive to an ever-changing world. . . natural and independent I?-gf DAVID c. isoun "Man's wisdom is at the tip of his pen, his intelligence is in his writ- ing." Dove . . , sometimes serious, but possesses a strong sense of humor . . .memories of North-South football games 6' CONSTANCE E. JACOBS "Let today embrace the past with remembrance and the future with longing." Connie . . . petite and intelligent . . . a pleasant personality College 44 4 -I PETER L. JANIAK "There's a fair wind blowing north across my shoulders, guess l'll set a course and go." Pete . . . handsome and easygo- ing. . .a love of track. . . "The Brass Monkey lives!" College JENNIFER LEIGH JANSON "I do not fear tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today." Jenny . . . intelligent, loyal, con- siderate, and enthusiastic . . . a warm and thoughtful friend with a vibrant personality. . . Wed. night spaghetti, "Strategy" . . . "Got the idear" . . . Dimples College Q ALLEN E. JORESS "Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside." College 'Cv 1 -1 " 3- I' ' 15 :- J ,v K 'gn ' 5 ' - 4: w Y 1 I 4 ' fl 'i TIMOTHY J. JOYCE WILLIAM RANDOLPH JOYCE DANIEL R. JUDD "It can always be worse." Randy . . . sincere, with an air of "Ignorance is bliss." Tim. . . softspoken, easygoing . . .a ready smile . . .Buzz College tranquility. . .cross country . . . paratroopers ' Hi HO' -al ROBERT A. JOYCE Bob . . . good-natured and mis- chievous . . . a joker TIMOTHY B. KALLMERTEN "Cherish yesterday, dream of tomorrow, and live for today." T.K, . . . carefree and mischie- vous . . . the parties and good times at Sabu's College ELLEN KAPSALIS "Who cares about apathy?" Ellen. . .casual and relaxed . . .original, imaginative. . . Bermuda '74 and '75 College 9,- SUSAN J. KATER "Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportu- nary." Sue . . . petite ond pretty, very sottspoken and feminine College J ROBERT JAY KAUFMAN "I think, therefore I am," Rob . . . a diligent worker . . . talkative , . .loves skiing and hiking College Ui ff - ,I . 4, f wi ' Q. BETH A. KAPUSCIENSKI "Catch your dreams before they blow away." 2 WILLIAM R. KARB "The man who talks the least most likely has the most to say." Bill . . . vibrant and easygoing . . . basketball games and Famous, the Round Hearth at Stowe with High Noon College 11" uf" E' CARLA R. KAVANAGH "For God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and ofa sound mind." Carla . . . quiet and determined . , .many interests and ambitions Nursing if 1 I LAURY J. KAVANAGH "Life is a iest and all things show it, I thought so once and now I know it." Loury . . . striving for the better things in life . . . easygoing, indi- vidualistic. . .Alice mx 7 DANIEL H. KASS "Save a tree, eat a beaver." Dan . . . an all-around guy . . . smiling, musical, a great friend . . .truly one of a kind. . .the Drive-In . . .the nubbs College QF' JAMIE E. KAUFMAN "Not knowing, I hesitate to respond." Jamie . . . reaching out to others with a compassionate nature . . . always ready for fun . . . noo- dles College 111 STEPHEN M. KEARNEY "Perhaps someday it will be pleasant to remember these things." Steve . . . outgoing and spirited . . . memories of Friday and Sat- urday nights, the blue bomb College PETER M. KELLY Peter . . . very much his own person . . Iiving life his way. . .artistic 'lb' lcv' PATRICIA E. KEEFE Patty . . . a genuine comic . . . friendly and talkative. . .a pretty smile la. fl" re lu... af' JOHN D. KENNEDY "I shall grow old, but never lose life's zest, because the road's last turn will be the best." College CLAIRE KILLILEA Claire . . . quiet and sweet . . .easygo- in .!,.'U2'i. 11' W KAREN KIRK "We have ideas yet that we haven't tried." Karen . . . values good friends . . . a warm personality shared with those who know her . . . Calculus anyone? . . . J.S. and T.S. in the caf. . .Caldor's College NANCY G. KELLY "What matters? Very little . . . only the flicker of light within the darkness, the feelings of warmth within the cold, and the knowledge of love within the void." Nance. . .pretty and outgoing, 0 charmer . . . Moon Palace and the Drive- In, soccer games, the zoo crew. . . Aren't you McPsyched?. . . Gig . . . College -.gi all A I """' , C JOHN THOMAS KENNERLY "Soon l'll be away from here, step on the gas, and wipe that tear away, one sweet dream came true today." hw 4' DANIEL J. KISSANE Dan . . . outspoken and individualistic . . .out for a good time THOMAS E. KELLY "l'd rather be. . . flying." Tom . . . friendly and concerned . . . memories of flying at Marlboro Airport, skiing College N-f MARK KINNANE "The world belongs to God, who leases it to the valiant." Mark . . . casual and relaxed . . . a twinkle of mischief. . .pushing carts around for a living . . . chef's course College MICHAEL G. KLEIN "Freedom's iust another word for nothin' left to lose." Mike . . . quiet and considerate of others . . . sincere College GREGORY KOKIDKO "lf there's a smile on my face, don't let my glad expression give you the wrong impression." Koko . . . adventurous . . . always out for a laugh . . . considerate, gentlemanly College JEROME MICHAEL KOLBEN "So much to do, so little done." Jerry. . .happy-go-lucky. . .enjoys hiking and mountain climbing, skiing College STEVEN S. KRASNOFF "Sometimes not wise to be wise, but wise to be unwise." Kras . . . outgoing and mischievous in spirit , . . memories of basketball and lacrosse College I 'Hr' 101' BARBARA J. KROSS Barbara . . . quiet and mature . . , inde- pendent College JEFFREY WILLIAM KURTZ "Man's finest hour is that moment when he has worked his heart out for a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle - victorious." Kurtzie . . . athletic and intelligent, mis- chievous and good-looking . . . poskus, Heard Pond, rowdy basketball games . . . one-armed captain, heartthrob of hundreds College SHERIF B. LABIB "Hope makes a good breakfast, but it makes a bad supper." Sherif . . . reserved and earnest, indivi- dualistic CHRISTOPHERJ LACEY "ln a race, all the runners indeed run, but only one wins the prize. Run then in such a way as to obtain it." Chris. . .good-looking, independent, and creative . . . memories of track and the art rooms College CAREN ANNE LAMKIN "A friend is a present you give yourself." Caren . . . sweet and caring . . . ener- getic and fun-loving College BARBARA RUTHE LAMPKE "How sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care, how long it's been since yesterday. What about tomorrow? What about our dreams and all the memories we share?" Barb . . . talented, blessed with a beauti- ful voice . . . memories of good times with friends, someone special College MARY EUNICE LANGFORD "Hear my words that I might teach you, take my arms that I might reach you, but my words like silent raindrops fell, and ech- oed inthe wells of silence." "Little Mary" . . . a shy southern belle . . . memories of Georgia and Rockport Nursing School 'ie KEITH R. LEAMAN "It is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought of as an idiot than to open your mouth and let it be known." Keith . . . memories of the gang in the caf, good times fi MICHAEL LAWRENCE LARSON "True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in the worth and choice." Mike . . . reticent and deep in thought. . . memories of Key Club and good times with friends College DONNA M. LAVIN "The devil fools with the best laid plans." Donna. . .looking for good times and making them Nursing . 1. fgip.. , ,,,. i ' 2' 5 - . 1 2 , 1 6 5 4 , L ,, ,.-,,, ., NANCY A. LEAVEY "They seem to take sunshine out of the world that take friendship out of life." Nancy. . . pretty, blue-eyed, and blonde . . . funny faces . . . a true cheerleader, a real friend . . . memories of surprise parties and coke cons College LYNN M. LEDWELL "Face the sun and all your shad- ows will fall behind you." Lynn . . . memories of parties in Ashland, summer of '74, Bob Business School 5-ff WENDY A. LEE "Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend." College JANI LYNN LAZAROW "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." Jani . . . petite and well-dressed . . . intelligent . . . memories of fun summers in New York College GERALD P. LEARMONTH Jerry. . .a sportsman. . . chef's course, the New Jersey Turnpike College BARRY ARTHUR LEFTIN "One who insists that he is right is wrong." Barry. . . independent, ever- changing College C""J" GAYLE A. LEINBERRY "If you compare yourself with oth- ers, you may become vain and bit- ter, for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself." Gayle. . .serious-minded and independent. . .memories of soccer games, HoJo's, Fourth of July parties, a trip down South College CATHERINE ELLEN LEON "One never finds life worth living, one always has to make life worth living." Cathy . . . memories of the MF and the barbershop . . . "Shut up, will you?" Hairdressing School 3' HEIDI LEE LEINONEN "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I chose the one less traveled ,.. or- 13. , .1 3 I I H., " E. , '1 pw 4 i as . ,. is KIMBERLY A. LEMONT Hey, tomorrow, where are you me?" goin', do you have some room for Heidi . . . individualistic, a true friend . . . memories of the ski trip to Austria, the weekend at Stowe. . .science pixies and D.B., study periods College Kim . . , congenial and refined . . . memories of first period football, breakfast at IHOP with L.A. and B.L., the concert College of SW' -si i .i 121' PETER J. LENTZ "The only reward of virtue is vir- tue, the only way to have a friend is to be one." SMU. . . a subtle but vibrant sense of humor . . . memories of St. Pat's, Three Stooges, Mike's house, and sewers College KAREN A. LEONARD "Not merely what we do, but what we try to do and why are the true interpreters of what we are." Lenny. . . fun to be with, a good friend . , . "A little of dis, a little of dat." Art School it " -sl' RICHARD A. LEVERGOOD Rich. . .good-looking. . . flashing green eyes and a winning smile. . .kind and thoughtful, an easygoing manner College .7 JUDITH A. LEWIS "You are you, and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, it's beautiful." "Hey Jude!" . . .ready and anx- ious for fun . . . memories of a summer in Dennisport, a winter in Stowe . . . basketball and D.C., parties and cheering College 4 . HELLE LIE "Livet er ikke dot vaerste man har - og om er kaffen kiar lidt." Helle . . . soft-spoken, a calming influence. . .our AFSer and friend from Denmark RICHARD B. LINET "Never follow the crowd." Rick . . . sensitive and serious-minded, a lot of pride . . . memories of Diane, the Drive-In, cruisin' with Hagop, weekends at Nantasket. . .basketball College CHERYL LYNN LITMAN "Throughout our lives we must remember that everyone we meet walks away with a little piece of ourselves." Cheryl. . .her gentle personality is enhanced by a sweet smile . . . destined to find happiness and success College 7 .r.r.l-I-rqx :gs-rn rw- U-,mQ4r-D 333222 :ot .mm 23. '-.7q :m- vi- vv. 213, E2 2. r- Far 3- in Q- -CD s Q Ta' OI M: CQ- 53 mi' sc-U ca. o so E Q-'U ,S 2 T3 fb Q3 2 9' '34 .fi 3 .li ff , ? 43, College iii: JOYCE RHONDA LOOMIS "No matter how troublesome the cares of life may seem to you at times, this is still a beautiful world." Joyce . . . a little zany, always on the go . . .memories of the green Chevy, Burger King, never-ending summers College if 5, I LINDA ELIZABETH LOWNEY "Only a fool lets himself be fooled." Linda . . . free-spirited and individualistic . . .memories of "Audubon Society" and "The House" KAREN BETH LIPSHIRES "Ask the mirror onthe wall who's the big- gest fool of allg bet you feel small, it hap- pens to us all." Karen . . . always ready for a good time . . .memories of Friday nights and Breakfasts at P.G.'s with K.B. and others College -'E RICHARD L. LOOMIS Richard . . . an avid skier . . gent, energetic, and boisterous the 'Mr CYNTHIA LOWRY Cindy . . . complacent, with an air of sophistication . . . an individualist Business School . intelli- College TRACEY ANN LIVINGSTONE "The world isn't full of strangers, only friends I haven't yet met," Tracey . . . easygoing and carefree . . . enjoys life Business School MARSHA DIANE LOVITZ "A smile is the closest thing between two people." Marsha . . . a true friend who is always there to help . . . cute, with a warm, friendly smile . . . well-liked College MARCY J, LUBLIN gence. . .warmth College NICHOLAS LUKIANOV "Work is the crabgrass in the lawn of life." Nick . , . lively and independent . . . sensitive, concerned 3.4 Vi ' College ALICE MAE LUPIEN "With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be happy." Alice . . . a free soul . . . a pleasure seeker THOMAS LUPIEN Travel X XXV "You don't know what you've got 'til it's MICHAEL A LUCIER illodlfcy a friendly smile on easy I'MemO'le5 wlllremolnln med. ? 'ought ' 'moughtfulnessv Q gimellit Mike. . .hard-working, individualistic i Veterinarian LINDA M. LUOMA I am come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly." John lO:IO3 Lindo . . . memories of Conn. and N,Y., great times and abundant blessing College X, .IIE I i SOI .iff Tom . . . a spirited sense of freedom . . ,memories of Pinefield and Famous qu--M' Military Service ROBIN BETH LURIE "In some ways I am like everybody else, in some ways I am like somebody else, in some ways I am like nobody else." Robin . . . beautiful eyes, a catching grin . . . petite and energetic ,I College KARIN MAE LYNCH "I have my freedom, I can make my own rules, the ones that I choose." Karin . . . blonde and pretty. . . always on the go . . . memories of Florida '74, C.G., good times in T.C.'s Blue Bomber . . .Simon and the Cat College DARLENE LYNDS GARRISON D. LYON "A law of life: to use things and love peo- "Let the earth roll dully by, but cut me ple, not to love things and use people," loose and let me fly." Q up Darlene. . .lively and full of fun, always Garry . . . a free spirit, always on the .Aff on the go move If College Pilot PATRICIA D. MacDONALD "Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor." Pat . . . friendly, vibrant, full of laughter . . . memories of period six studies, Swinger's and Mac's Work 'iffy JOANNE MADDEN "lt's been a long time comin' and it's gonna be a long time gone." Jobo . . . independent and fun . . . memories of the Cape '74 and Eve, the Dork . . . S.B., one of the three College STEPHEN MALLOY "lf you have but one life to live, live it with gusto." Steve. . .a real hockey bum . . .memories of C corridor, Bumpy and the gang College wif 111 W STEPHEN W. MACHNIK PETER A. MACKAY "My word's but a whisper, your "Be yourself, life is not a deafness a shout." fantasy." Steve. . .aseeker of action with Mac . . . enthusiastic . . . a sense of nonconformity always good times . . . a love of College motorcycles College , bv, s.. DALE W. MANCUSO Dale . . . mischievous and spir- ited . . . out for a good time. . . cars College V' S.. JOSEPH F. MARCOALDI "Man is nothing else but what he makes of himself." Jack. . . full of mischief. . . enioying life. . .memories of Lovering Ave., good times Vocational School f-of DEBORAH H. MacLEOD "Man is forced to be alone by the very nature of society." Debbie . . . fun-loving, outgoing, pretty, and thoughtful. . .an organizer . . . Bermuda '75, The Four of Us Secretarial School WW' PETER A. MADNICK "For sheer triumphant power and glory, there's nothing in the whole of music to match the toccata and fugue in D. I won't have time to hear all of it, that doesn't matter." Peter . . . memories of the com- puter room and the gang at Tech College E JEFFREY S. MARMER "Imagination was given to man to compensate for what he is not, a sense of humor to console him for what he is." Jeff . . . dedicated, a true friend . . . crazy . . . parties . . . what are you doing Saturday night? College Q00 BONNIE SUE MARRAM "People are lonely only because they build walls instead of bridges." Bonnie . . . full of life and sensi- tivity. . .her energetic nature shines in her simple sincerity College 'T' SHARON MAY MASSOTH "Been thinkin' - you got to mel- low slow - takes time to pick a place to go - iust keep on, truc- kin' on. . Sharon . . . pretty, sophisticated, and self-assured. . .memories of freshman year, the Vermont ski trip, the Rock, New Year's Eve '73 Travel, College gan Q: KENDALL MCCARTHY "A dream goes on forever." Kendall . . . cute, with boundless energy , . .memories of good times at the Tucker's andthe Cape Nursing School 'V tri? DENNIS G. MARTIN Dennis . . . quiet and independ- ent. . . good friends, good times ii iw- M W-1 .ls CHRISTOPHER P. MARTINO "Art is your own personal way of put- ting yourself together. There's nobody else like you." Chris . . . creative . . . many talents . . . in search of self Work TP' ELIZABETH McCUE "An extremely quiet child, they called you in your school report Bethie . . . Scholls and fadeouts . . . creative assault and psycho- logical warfare . . . E.J.'s chauf- feur , . . letters to the world . . . Ticking - "it appeals to my psy- chosis" College ,,.,-v-' ROBERT A. MASCHI Bob . . . easygoing, sure of him- self JUDY A. MASTRANGELO "Love is keeping your curses to yourself." Judy . . . cute and bubbly . . . always happy. , . Bob Marriage JEANNE F. McDONALD "Live for today, for there may be no tomorrow." Jeanne . . . an outgoing person- ality . . . cute and fun to be with . . . great vacations in Maine . . . a good friend . . . Peter? Peter Who? College WARREN A. McDONALD "Live and let live." Warren . . . memories of Anita's, Elm, L.H.. . . hunting, skiing, skating College DEBORAH A. MCGRATH dow and the little ST .. . . . . ROBERT M. MCGREAL Love and fnendshlp ls Somelhmg you "There is no substitute for hard work " alwoxs Chenshi .. Bob . . . determined, athletic, and fun Debbie. . .light-hearted and devilish , H k . . . good times with friends . . . the win- ' ' ' memones 0 mc Air Force ANN M. McHUGH Ann . . . always laughing . . . sparkling eyes and a sweet smile Wm, ELAINE M. McKEE "Life comes only once, live it as you feel." Elaine . . . pretty and uninhibited . . . a charmer Nursing JOHN PATRICK McKENNA "Over every possessor of knowledge is one who is more knowing." 4-g , Ricky. . .fun-loving and warm. . . good-natured . . . a talented musician College .f DAVID w. MEAD I ' "A farmer is someone who's outstanding in his field." fy, Dove . . . intelligent and individualistic . . . "Wonderful" . . .football College JOHN HENRY MEE "I wish I was what I was when I wished I was what I am now." Jack . . . wild and full of mischief . . . a great sense of humor . . . the brown G.S., Key Club College NANCY M. MCMILLAN "Life is what you make it - Live it." SHARON MEADOWS "We are free to be what we are and to do as we please." Sharon . . . looking for the best in life . . . memories of the bridge and "bird- watching" Travel SUSAN BETH MEl.LIN "There is nothing for me in the world but the hour in which I am. It lasts but a moment and like a cloud is no more." Sue . . . kind and warm-hearted, a nice person to know, a loyal friend Nursing THOMAS JAMES MESITE "And it really doesn't matter if I'm wrong, I'm right where I belong, I'm right." if 1 fi E 4 MICHAEL A. MILLER "Moy everyone become successful in life, especially me." Mike . . . prefers the lively bunch . . . loves traveling. , .many good times with friends Work l LYDIA MENEZES "Don't let the opinions of others discour- age you from doing anything which you feel in your heart you can or should do. The decision should be yours alone." Lydia . . . quiet and artistic . . . a shy smile Nursing fe: GREGORY MICHELSON "Mieux vaut tard que iamaisf' Greg . . . ambitious and intelligent . . . Q., bridge and frisbee College CYNTHIA M. MITRANO "The best things in life may be free, but things money can buy aren't bad either." it Cindy . . . warm and friendly . . . mem- ories of great times with friends . . . Car- ol's green bug College vi CATHERINE MARY MERCHANT "Reach for the highest, strive for the best, live day by day, and to God leave the rest." Cath . . . sensitive and open . . . she speaks with her music . . , warmth and sincerity. . .Merch College 'P -lL, BARRY MICHAEL MILLER "Do things today while you're still young enough to enioy them." Barry . , , his own person . . . "the guy with the camera" College l BRIAN K. MONAHAN "Laughter is not at all o bad beginning for a friendship, and it is by far the best ending for one." Brian , . . shy, with an inner vitality. . . memories of Bermuda, primrose lane, Lin- da's party, whist games in the caf DONNA JEAN MEZZONE "Live every moment to the fullest because you'll never be able to live that moment again." Donna. , .exuberant and outgoing, everyone's friend . . , Priscilla Beach, the barn, and the gang College Tiff? NEILE LESLIE MILLER "I do not fear tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today." Neile. . .hard-working and friendly . . . many creative talents. . , memories of Israel, period one math, breakfast in the caf, and those fantastic bus rides College 'iv' f COLLEEN MARY MONAHAN "It is prosperity that gives us friends, adversity that proves them." Colleen. . .quiet and sweet. , . determined Business School ROBERT JOSEPH MORAN "The past is iust a memory of what the present used to be." Bob. . .a physics whiz . . .Tech Hi Fi. . .how's your woofer, Bob? College v. 7 fy, Wh'-v PETER C. MORRILL Peter . . . a love for nature . . . memories of great times hunting and skiing. . .the outdoors College I I XQQFWW .Q 75535 5 ROBERT MONTAGUE Bob . . . a lover of life and cars . . .cruisin' 1-U N.. -IN fjufg . 4-14 LINDA C. MONTANA "A smile costs nothing but gives much." Linda . . . quiet and petite . . easygoing and enjoyable. . . whist games, parties, and studies College JANICE M. MOORE "We are all personalities that grow and develop as a result of all our experiences, relationships, thoughts, and emotions." Janice . . . her words are few, but sincere . . . expressing her- self through art Art School JAMES I. MORRIS "Imitation is the sincerest fIattery." Jim . . . outgoing and self- assured . . . possesses the quali- ties of a true leader . . . a tal- ented impersonator College KATHLEEN MARIE MORRISSEY "The time to be happy is now, the place to be happy is here, the way to be happy is to make others so. Kathy . . . bubbly and fun-loving . . . the sweet and pretty look of the Irish . . . memories of sum- mers in Maine, sophomore year College LINDA A. MORREALE "He who loves others will find happiness in the world." Linda . . . free-spirited and happy . . . warm and caring College MICHAEL STEPHEN MORSE "When the One Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, He writes - not that you won or lost - but how you played the game." Mike . . . sensitive, friendly . . . Friday night cruisin' with the gang ...thenova. . .J.T.. .. you're a turkey College H 1 li. STEPHEN MORTON "Life is what you make it." Marty . . . memories of AAFD, JGB. . .summer 74. . .Cheryl College MARK C. MURPHY "Nothing but the real thing makes my heart sing." Mark . , .taking it easy, enioying life. . .a musician ' College I l l I I E PATRICIA J. MURPHY "If you compare yourself with oth- ers, you will become vain and bit- ter, for always there will be l greater and lesser persons than - yourself." ii Patty . . . cute and friendly . . . l fun-loving . . . from here to Cali- ' fornio ' Travel I CARLA FAYE MUIR "lt's a fair wind blowin' south over my shoulder - guess I'll set o course and go." Carla . . . confident and outspo- ken . . . Italy, Austria, Cape '74 . . .good friends and many memories. . .B.S. College DIANA L. MUNSON "Memories are all we really own," Diana. , . quiet, determined. Shirley, Ma., Logan Airport. Moonfost, Buddy Work 7' 1 I' '?u THOMAS M. MURPHY Tom . . . reserved but fun-loving . . .content it JOYCE E. NAPOLEON "So sad, so strange the days that are no more," Schmoyce . . . zany and full of life . . . vivacious . . . where's the other one? . . . LeMans, Ber- muda '74 . . . the Bobbsie twins . . .the Grist mill College fy HOLLY BETH MURPHY "Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. l may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead." Holly . . . reserved and sincere . . .a pretty smile. . . Nan- tasket and Bermuda, Elton John . . .the Happy Wanderers College 'Us MAUREEN F. MURPHY Moe . . . devilish and funny . . . petite, carefree . . . ninth grade fun College 5 'Ui ii-Q 5-Q 1 ERIC S. NELSON Elmo . . . carefree and fun . . . memories of the Gold '69, the red bomb, and Florida '74 Technical School MICHAEL NESHE "This will remain the land of the free as long as it is the home of the brave." College BRADFORD NEWCOMB Brad . . . quiet and free . . . taking life as it comes College BRIAN MICHAEL NEWMAN "Quest into the unknown." Brian . . . cool and calm . . . a bit of nonsense now and then . . . looking for fun Business School -e-- WILLIAM E. NEWPHER "Imagination was given to man to com- pensate for what he is not, a sense of humor, to console him for what he is." Bill. . .always looking for action, always finds it. . .good times with friends College SUZANNE NICHOLS "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things l can, and the wisdom to know the difference." Sue . . . quiet but fun-loving . . . N.H., friends, Saint College RAJU V. NIVARGIKAR "lt is our own fault if we are overwhelmed by the tasks or difficulties or sorrows of life." Raju . . . quietly determined . . . sensi- tive College ERIN J. O'BRlEN "The best commodity in life is yourself." Erin . . . friendly and full of life . . . breakfast between second and third peri- ods . . . House of Pancakes . . . friends in Florida Travel M JOANNE O'BRlEN JoAnne . . . Pan . . . petite and assured . . . memories of the little green bomb . . .T.L., S.S.,G.T. Work, Travel MARY ANN O'NEIL "There is only one way in which one can endure man's inhumanity to man, and that is, to try in one's own life, to exem- plify man's humanity to man." Mary . . . dedicated and knowledgeable . . . a warm friend . . . "Don't cry!" . . .she will fulfill her dreams College DONNA M. OLSON "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 reioice, but for those who love, time is eternity." Donna . . . always ready for fun . . . the other captain . . . Florida and N.H. . . ."Check my car!" College MAUREEN OTOWCHITS "Get involved with your life, Be aware of your opportunities, for you yourself deter- mine your success." Moe. . .pretty and fun . . .new friends, old friends . . . our gang and summer '73 College JEROME PALMER "Your theory is crazy, but not crazy enough to be true." Jerry . . . tremendous determination, a questioning mind. . .the computer room College GERALD PARTICELLI "Do not turn back when you are iust reaching your goal." Jerry . . . a master of fun . . . cool, can- did. . .a quick and spirited soccer player. . .Rico Navy RICHARD C. PARKER "Don't let the sun go down on me," Rick . . . quiet and sincere . . . sports- minded . . . good times in the caf . . . that certain girl . . .football games College ' GEORGE J. PATTERSON "Personality has the power to open many doors which character keeps open." George . . . his friends are many . . . dedicated, admired . . . a king on the slopes. , .memories ofthe Cape, Stowe, W.D., and Famous College LINDSAY A. OTTO "Accept each person for what he is, and not for what you want him to be." Linds. . .fun-loving and sincere. . .the summer of the Z. . .November 22 College IWW! DARLENE C. PARMENTER "Deepest feelings for each other always show themselves in silence." Darlene . . . reserved and earnest . . . memories of New York and T.P. Navy RANDY C. PAPADELLIS "For but to think is to be full of sorrow." Randy . . . striving for the best. . . intel- ligent, involved. . .politics and sports College .J . , - 57 v. ' Q-.ec H l.OUlS S. PEARL "To be nobody but myself, in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else, means to fight the hardest battle any human being can fight, and never stop fighting." College ANTHONY G. PATELIS Tony . . . always ready for a good time lives life to the fullest a real ladies man , -wr Work f, 'TQ CYNTHIA L, PEASE "lf you think before you speak, yau'll never have the nerve to say what you believe." Cindy . . . a smile for everyone . . .a loyal friend and an enjoya- ble companion Work 4 CAROL J. PETERSANTE "Since you've got one life to live, live it." Carol. . .outgoing and open with her thoughts. . .always ready for fun . . . an interested and loyal friend Secretarial School 7... ., fb' JILL PINCUS "A smile is the shortest distance between two people." Jill . . . quiet, graceful, and femi- nine . . . sparkling eyes and a warm smile . . . one of the W-B gang . . .JPi. . .the '65 Impala and D.H. College an-nm CHERYL LYNN PELLEGRINI "A loving heart is the truest wis- dom." Cheryl. . .warm and funny, always willing to help others . . . she brightens the room with her laugh . . . enioys horseback rid- ing and tennis I ,H ,rm f 1, PETER PELLEGRINO "The only way to predict the future is to have the power to shape the future." Pete . . . industrious and ambi- tious . . . memories of Color My World, Mr. Beard's class, shop, and the cafeteria I A-avi 4,15 L.....4A ? ,Q Qi l i I JILL S. PETERMAN "By taking revenge, a man is even with his enemy, but by passing it over, he is superior." Jill. . .bubbly and energetic ...one of the W-B gang... JPe. . .summer of '74, Andy College Q Il Q 2 JANE L. PILSWORTH "On ne voit bien qu'avec le coeur, l'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux." Jane. . . artistically creative, qui- etly determined . . . a lover of the humanities College JEANNE ELIZABETH POST "Happiness is helping someone work to help himself, not iust working for yourself." Jeanne . . . a pleasant smile, a friendly word . . . energetic and on the move , . . remembering summer '74, Sheraton Tara, Nan- tucket College ...al .1 if if . 3. f if KATHLEEN POWERS JON G. PRICE "We've only iust begun." Kathy . . . gentle and feminine . . . memories of good times with good friends, Tommy Jon. . .always laughing and ioking. . .mischievous and fun DEBORAH A. PRUTZANNI "Precious and few are the moments we two can share." Debbie . I . full of energy and always on the go. . .whist games in the caf, the Wonder Marketgang. . .Poote College HJR vi GAIL M. QUIMBY "Live for today and not for yester- day, to make a better tomorrow." Gail . , . takes life as it comes . . .parties and motorcycles. . . always has a plan DAVID BRIAN RADCLIFF "I shall pass through this life but once, bringing goodness and hap- piness to my fellow human beings. Let me not defer it for l shall not pass this way again." Dave . . . quiet and hardework- ing . . . a ready smile. . . mem- ories of California and second period study College nl. AA MICHAEL PRUTZANNI "Why should all life be work, when we all can borrow, let's only think of today, and not worry about tomorrow." Mike . . . easygoing and friendly . . . mischievous . . . a happy, fun-loving guy MATTHEW SCOTT PUBLICOVER "Watching and waiting for someone to understand me, l hope it won't be very long." Matt . . . active and dedicated . . . intelligent, talented . . . "Yes, mas- ter!" College 1' I , . ,, , ,., ..,Wg,. ri je" iv' JAMES E. PURCELL "Respect authority and don't for' get your place." Jim . . . quiet . . . a friend to many . . . finding the good times . . . memories of the van and the gang in the caf College - . li ' f L , 'bf JOAN E. QUINLAN "We had ioy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun." Joanie . . . thrills and chills and whippoorwills . . . warmehearted and thoughtful . . . sports- minded . . . special friends College DANIEL A. RADLER "l'll never die." Dan . . . quiet, thoughtful, and serious . . . a champion on the tennis courts and a master in the science field College ALAN ROBERT RADLO "The constant strive towards per- fection is the ultimate goal." Al . . . intelligent, determined to succeed. . ,sports-minded. . . a tennis butt College ROBIN ANNE RADZIK "Absence extinguishes small pas- sions and increases great ones, as the wind will blow out a candle and blow in a fire." Robin . . . softspoken and indivi- dualistic . . . determined . . . a radiant smile. . .memories of concerts, Bermuda, hot fudges, and K,E. College ROBIN JEANNE RAPHAELIAN "He who takes the friendship, laughter, and love out of life takes the sunshine out of the world." Robin . . . pretty and thoughtful . . . knowing her is loving her . . . creative and intelligent . . . memories of Hilltop and Switzerland . . . "You won't believe what I did!" College 7 JUDITH ANN REILLY "You can do very little with faith, but you can do nothing without it." Judy . . . sweet and quiet . . . a friendly smile and a pleasing disposition. . . memories of Bermuda and summer of '73 College CLAIRE ANN RAMSBOTTOM "Let's touch the sky." Claire. . .sweet and smiling. . . thoughtful . . . root beer vanilla floats . the Four of Us College DEAN R. REESOR Dean. . . quiet, good-natured. . hard-working h"""x '. r GWENDOLYN RHETT "How sweet are tropic hands for waking dreams." Gwen. . .good-natured and natural . . . when you're with her, there's a cer- tain feeling of calmness . . . Friendly's at 4:50, the Variety Show College MARK P. RAMSDELL "One must learn to sacrifice certain ioys in order to fulfill his ultimate goal." Mark . . . iolly and fun to be with . . . memories of drive-in movies and parties . . .a rowdy MARILYN C. REGAN "And she's buying a stairway to heaven." Marilyn . . . memories of Hyannis and the '50 Ford . . . orange soda, Baby Blue, and Bob WILLIAM J. RICE College Work JANET MARIE REARDON "Never underestimate the power ofa woman." Janet . . . honest and open . . . one way in Boston . . , Maine, Nantasket, the Bird College LAUREL ELAINE REYNOLDS "Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the some direction." Laurie . . . quiet, graceful, and feminine . . . sparkling eyes . . . a warm and understanding friend . . . memories of skiing, camping at the Cope, Friendly's, P.R. College "While we live, let us live." h Ricey . . . frantically funny and full of life gif" and energy ROBERT G. RICH "I contemplate, I observe, I reflect. Some- times I converse." Bob . . . 314 . . . popular and active . . . athletic, pensive . . . one of the guys. . .D.F.P.. . ."Coach". . . Ohio College am. X ROBERT B. RITCHIE Bob . , . sensitive and quiet. . . an out- doorsman. . .biking EDWARD S. ROBERTS "Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved." Ted . . . easygoing, with a free spirit . . . cycling and cross country skiing . . . enioys life in his own way Travel DONNA LEE ROSENTHAL "There is a past which is gone forever, but there is a future which is still our own." Donna . . . perceptive, with a creative mind . . .finds happiness in life, friends College f PQ7. fi-'Q KENNETH W, ROSS Ken. . . friendly and funeloving. . many good times with the guys WILLIAM MARK RIGHTER "Today is today, tomorrow is tomorrow, if you don't do it today, you'll do it tomor- row." Bill . . . sensitive and strong-willed . . . independent. . .hard-working College RICHARD E. ROBIDOUX "Concern for others is a sign of imagina- tion and vision." Rick . . . quick to laugh , . . the lady killer . . . Chevelle SS . . . one of the rowdies College ver." PETER C. RIZZI "lt's a long way from this place to Den- Pete . . . outgoing and friendly, talkative memories of camping at the Cape, Friendly's, the G.T.O., L.R.. . .Rizz College ,if-sux 2,7 WENDY S. ROSS "Enjoy today, tomorrow may be even worse." Wendy . . . cheerful and sincere . . ninth grade . . . L.N. Gershbach . . . General Motors. . .Pagoda College DEBORAH JOANNE ROSS "To smile is a universal language in itself, understood by all." Debbie . . . greets all with a cheerful smile . . . work, work, work . . . Fitts Photo . . . summer 74 . . . Love is . the skunk Nursing 'fin 'TNQ CAMILLE M. ROTH "lf we only have love then we'll only be men, and we'll drink from the grail, to be born once again." Camie . . . witty, bright, and ath- letic . . . concerts . . . the locker room College NANCY LOUISE RUMUL "Don't be afraid to be happy. Enioy what is beautiful." Nance. . .delicate beauty, a friendly smile , . .considerate . . . the Happy Wanderers, candy bars . . . memories of the Cape and .loyce's car College CATHERINE M. RYAN "What a tangled web we weave Cathy . . , a warm personality, a pretty smile . . . thoughtful . . . hiking, biking, and camping College 7. . ,. .. ffw fvv FRANK RUBEN "If you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with." Frank . . . 1113 . . . confident and daring, powerful. . .the parties. . .Sabu College SUSAN F. RUBIN "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you just might find, you get what you need." Sue . . . talking and ioking . . . never quiet . . . the kielbasa kid . . .Junior Prom and whist games . . Evil Knish College -sv' A , iw. vu, W X W, V ..,j, . - f W " ' ' STEVEN M. RYAN "Let it be, to be." Steve. . .carefree and inde- pendent. . .fun-loving. . . Ryno Auto Body in STEVEN ST. MARTIN "Let us eat and drink today for tomorrow we shall die." Steve . . . mischievous and fun- loving. . . one of the guys. . .a hacker MICHELE DANIELA RUFO "You are you, and l am I, and if by chance we find each other, it is beautiful." Michele . . . energetic, full of fun . . . a friendly smile . . . sharing memories with S.S. STEVEN GERALD RUSSELL "lf you can't get what you want, don't lose faith." Steve. . .active and strong- willed . . . the Burger King gang, a corner in the caf . . . Harpo and Greco. . .Russ College E I THOMAS EDWARD SAMOLUK "You will become as small as your controlling desire, as great as your dominant aspiration," Sammy . . . relaxed and fun-Iov- ing. . .daring. . .aioker. .. poskus . . . Frisco '64 . . . lunch at Rich's H.P., rallies, summer nights at Bel's place . . . Botulism . . ."Say,Hey!" College DEBORAH A. SAMRA "Always try to be yourself, not somebody you're not." Deb . . . warm and caring . . . ambitious, poised . . . a friendly smile for all. . .J.G.. . . Sam College T JOHN B. SAVOCA "The best ideas are common property." John . . . intelligent, hard-work- ing, and determined . . . helpful, witty. . .enioys skiing College 41. l l x i A C-af N MlCHAEL ANTHONY SCHIAVI "Let every man decide his future, for it is shaped by those causes which impel him, and stands as vast as the pathways of time he'II iourneyf' Mike. . .dedicated. . .Bon Vivant . . . friendly and informed . . ."pitiful" College .4-as 8,5 CLAIRE MARGUERITE SANDSTO "Give birth without being posses- sive, give help without obligation, lead without dominating, and smile at all times." Claire . . . all smiles, cute and flirtatious . . . sixth period study, the guys, a special two weeks, J.P.E., the Cape. , .gles College l u. . . MARIE ADELAIDE SANNICANDRO "Life is all sunshine, music, and dance between growing pains." Marie , . . pretty and intelligent . bubbly, always smiling . . . sweet College IW' 'xx r ROSANNE SANNICANDRO "There is no hate, it is only a lack of imaginationfl Roe. . .riotouslyfunny. . . congenial, always smiling. . . "Bazooka Joe" College an X. 34' CAROL ELAINE SCHIRMER "Winners never quit and quitters never win." Carol . . . athletic and intelligent . . .mountain climbing. . .pool anyone? . . . "but my car only holds five people!" College 4' 1 , . in-n Sp' LEONARD A. SCHNEIDERMAN "He who knows and knows not that he knows is asleep, wake him. He who knows and knows that he knows is wise, follow him." Len . . . a mixture of shyness and mischief. . .our football hero . . . the blue Camaro. . . Spider College SUSAN T. SCAGNELLI "The future always arrives a little before you're ready to give up the present." Sue . . . grace and poise . . . always a friend . . . "Bazooka Joe". . .Ronald McDonald. . . Can you read the menu? . . . Hey man College BRIAN F. SCHUBERTH Brian . . . fun-loving, mischievous . . .one of the guys ,f Q., ' x , . yr-ig", I V APRIL E. SEABERG "Go if you're able, come if you can, life's very unstable, it's built upon sand." April . . .easygoing and forever active RICHARD ROLAND SEBASTIAN Rich . . . casual, with a love for fun . . . good times, good friends Work LISA E. SEGARRA "The phoenix bird will leave the world to fly, if the phoenix bird can fly then so can I .. Lisa . . . shy and nutty . . . concerned and helpful . . .Elton John and ieeps -Inf, YET' CAROL L. SERVETNICK "As I follow the path between the dawn and the dark of night, searching for the home of my soul, let me do good things and show kindness to others." Carol . . . a lover of music . . . sensitive and individualistic . . . friendly, sincere College if PATRICIA LOUISE SHANLEY "Gotta keep on truckin'." Pat . . . outgoing, with a good sense of V STEVEN R. SESERMAN "Life consists not in holding good cards, but in playing those you do hold well." Steve . . . Sunshine . . . the 340 Duster . . . rowdy at heart . . . cruisin' with the 9099 College iii-uni humor . . . a good dreamer fl' dancer . . . a Secretarial School 4 , x PHILIP DEAN SHARPE "That which we call sin in others is experi- ment for us." Phil . . . lots of laughs, always ready for a good time . . . interested in everything College fl- PAMELA MARIE SHANLEY "You can do without people, but you can't do without friends." Pam . . . the taller one . . . quiet but active, a poet and a dancer . . . the Lolli- pop Kid Computer Programmer MARION F. SHAPIRO "I don't know who I am or where l'm going. I just have to go where life leads me." Marion . , . easygoing and self-assured, she takes life as it comes College KAREN LYNNE SHAUGHNESSY , "No love, no friendship can ever cross our path without affecting us in some way forever." Karen . . . quiet and sensitive . . . spe- cial friends . . . memories of Beach Boys concerts and summer '74 College M li "SI Q--v' ELLYN SHEINFELD "Our appearance, our words, our actions, are nothing greater than oure selves." Shiny El. , ,cries when she laughs, laughs when she cries . . . memories of ELYSE R, SHERMAN "For long you live and high you fly, and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry, and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." Elyse . . . witty and independent . . . rosy cheeks. . .parties and concerts DIANE SHOREY "I am, I said." Diane . . . energetic and cheerful . . rambunctious . . . the Four of Us . . never a dull moment College the red bomber and the Cape College DAVID SHUMAN "If there is something you don't want any- . . .Hawk College 'Af , ir- 'Y MARIJANE SHUFRO "lf you are not yourself, who can you be?" Mariiane. . .good-natured, natural, and assured . . . a soft voice and a kind heart . . .her friends are many and she deserves them all College HOWARD S. SILVER "Believe half of what you see, and noth- ing of what you hear." iv' 'Sr one to know about, don't do it." Dave . . . sociable . . . a valued friend . . . memories of AZA and good times Business School Howie . . .hard-working and helpful . . . ambitious . . .one of the guys. . . "chicken coop" College . fl -f "'-'fre gl 'lt o t'.f5,i it A-7 i2aL9,g?,1iH f Kit NADIA TERESA SILVESTRI "I'd like to thank all those within whose arms l learned to live and love their lives forever and ever until the end of time." Nadia . . . gentle and intelligent , . , a beautiful smile. . .Canada College 5 ggi? I iii 43 , , MARLIES SIMMONS "Looking up at the mountain I want to climb, guess l'll take my time to reach there." Marlies . . . optimistic, with a great sense of humor . . . always having a good time . . . the three musketeers . . . skiing, horseback riding College I STEWART P. SIMON "For the gate's narrow and the way is hard that leads to life and those who find it are few." Stew . , . memories of Nantasket Beach and F.W.S. College ANN MARIE SIMPKINS "For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for ever- ything you gain, you lose something." Ann . . . bubbly and talkative . . . easye going . . . memories of the blue car and studies Business School ii QL' BONITA J. SINGER "Remember yesterday, live today, dream of tomorrow." Bonnie. . . friendly and sensitive . . . talkative . . . memories of Lefty's B. Wagon ond B.N. fit JODI GALE SLEEPER "Be not simply worthy, be worthy for something." Jodi . . . warm, caring . . . pos- sessing a unique devotion to work, friends, life College in 1 All PEGGY R. SINGER "Cherish yesterday, dream of tomorrow, and live for today." Peggy . . . light-hearted and fun . . .alittle crazy . . .one of the three . . . the Cape and good times with friends College Vx . ,. , ' ff - SAMUEL SINGER "Once ya break 'em, ya can't shake 'em." Sam . . . mischievous and care- free . . . dirt riding . . . Tucker's house, the Square. . .Thanks Amos, . .California gy., s si Y I . 'Q-nr MICHAEL L. SMOOKLER "This day will never come again, each minute is like a precious gem." Mike . . . intelligent . . . quiet but friendly College Qty KAREN LEE SNYDER "There is a place where love begins and a place where love ends. . . and love asks nothing." Karen. . .caring and under- standing. . .enthusiastic. . . memories of last year's seniors, whist games College 'Lb-0 DEBORAH ANN SOHIGIAN "Chance cannot touch me! Time cannot hush mel Fear, hope, and longing, at strife, sinks as I rise, on, on, upward forever, gathering strength, gaining breath, naught can sever me from the spirit of life!" Debbie . . . cheerful and friendly . . . always willing to listen and help College if HOWARD N. SITZMAN 3 nf RICHARD DAVID SMITH "Everything has its buyer." Rick. . .intelligent and hard- working . . . well-liked . . . the supersclesmon . . . sportsminded . . .bootleggin' '73 Business DAVID ROBERT SOMERS "The rule of life is to make busi- ness a pleasure and pleasure one's business." Dove. . . sturdy, strong, and confident . . . an easy person to talk to. . .casual in manner. . . hockey games and motorcycles Art School NANCY M. SPINOSA "To have lost your reputation is to be dead among the living." Nancy. . ,creotive, an ambitious worker . . . Remember "B" . . . Spin College MIRIAM DANA STEIMAN "All that is now, all that is gone, all that's to come, and everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the moon." Mindy . . . bubbly and outgoing . . . Mrs. B's class. . . Pink Floyd. . .Hawk and Horny College ELIZABETH MARIE SPIRI "Be happy with what you have and are, be generous with both." Biff. . .lovable and popular . . . beautiful in all ways . . . crazy but sincere. . .anyone seen Bon? . . .Ride by again . . ."one of the bestest buds" College l i t ., w ,X.,,.A' it 4 A ,, , ,.Yv'xTy, 1 V I 4 f I -I A X. ' JAMES P. STEADMAN "Life's worst zone is to live alone, but always keep your head up high, until the moment when you die." Jimbo . . . wild and full of mischief . . . a strong sense of humor . . . good times with great friends 4-4 I4 5 . . . N 1 1 ' ' t . THELMA M. STIEFEL "Love isn't love till you give it away." Speedie . . . a warm smile . . . quiet but congenial . . . Bobby's party Travel f, ,, C17 SHERYL STUDLEY "Variety is the mother of enioy- ment." Sheryl. . .bringing happiness wherever she goes. . .full of sur- prises. . ."Where ya wanna go?" . . . the '64 Fairlane . . . Pumpkin College "L" GREGG BRYAN SULKIN "Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it." Gregg . . . intelligent and easy- going. . .soccer. . .fun-loving College 'UQ -U4 MICHAEL J. STEBBINS l'Perseveronce is more prevailing than violence, and many things which cannot be overcome when they are together, yield them- selves up when taken little by lit- tie." Mike. . . sincere . . . dedicated to school work and activities . . . well-liked and respected College KAREN M. STEVENS "A memory is something that no one can take away from you." Karen . . . sweet and cute . . . gets along with people so welll . . . memories of the water tower, the cottage at the Cape, the '60 Caddy . . . me and Ga' . . . that great year in Rhodesia College i""'W lli I S PETER C. SULLIVAN "All things are difficult before they are easy." Sull. . .sometimes quiet, but always knows what's going on and where the action is College fn DIANE MARIE SWETT "Many precious moments will always be remembered through love." Diane. . .happy-go-lucky. . .good times, good friends . . . trips to Brighton . . .summer of'74 Secretarial School 'ira--4 BRENDA ANDREA TAUB Brenda . . . carefree and fun-loving . . . good times with friends linc- TERRI LYNN SUPNIK "Life is one short dream that interrupts my sleep." Terri . . . a warm and happy person . . . caring, amiable, always willing to help College W'-W-'Y G' . . -.. . Xmalo, , DAVID WILLIAM SWINDELL "To be what we are and to become what we are capable of becoming is the only way of life." Dave. . . fun-loving, friendly . . .strong in body, mind, and character. . .athletic and hard-working College GEORGE F. THERIAULT "A man is a man who looks a man right between the eyes." George. . .boundless energy and enthusiasm . . . ready for anything . . . many memories College KAREN MARIE SWEENEY "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of your- self that you truly give." Karen . . . shy and sincere . . . giggles . . . socks and shoelaces . . . "Sweeee- ney!" . f'1::'f7 College DONNA MARIE SWETT "You are only what you are when no one is looking." Donna . . . shy and quiet . . . friends, good times . . . sensitive and creative . , .a deep thinker Secretarial School . - I DEBORAH J. TARICANO "The world overcomes us, not merely by appealing to our reason, or by exciting our passions, but by impressing on our imcginations." Deb . . . wild and witty, fun to be with Q-5. . . . memories of G.B. and cheering, kiss- ing a certain telephone pole ing ELLEN M. TOBIS "Love isn't love till it's given away." College STEPHEN B, TEFFT "lt matters not how long we live, but how we live." Steve . . . lives his life his way . . . cas- ual, easygoing, comical yv.. Ellen . . . warm and congenial, with a captivating smile. . . Onion College LISA MARIE TRAINER "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you lust might find, you get what you need." Lisa , . .petite and cute. . . artistic . . . memories of Mr. Schlickman's English class College SUSAN UHRIG "Too many of our preiudices are like pyr- amids upside down: they rest on tiny triv- ial incidents, but they spread upward and outward until they fill our minds." Sue. . .quiet and feminine. . .a warm personality College fast." CYNTHIA ANN TODD "Of all the pleasures life can bring, friendship is the sweetest thing." Cindy . . . friendly and always smiling memories of Big Buy, M.K.E., P.C., period two study College .1 ROBIN M. TURIN Robin . . . ready to solve the problems of life . . . Connecticut, RaIph's TV, being naive, Ma BeII's ? Lf 3-I ELIZABETH M. VAGNINI Xgxwx 1 "Life is really unbelievable now. Time seems so endless, yet everything goes so Liz . . . friendly and always on the go sincere and faithful . . . concerts, N.H., Dave Nursing ANDREW JAMES TOLLAND "Deja vu - everything needs time," Andy . . . witty and fun-loving . . . soph English. . ."Catch 22," "Do it". . .Hi Ho. . .track College E ' ' DAVID ALLEN TURSKY "Live respected, die regretted." Dave . . . dramatic and fun-loving . . . "Savage Days are here again" . . . con- siderate and helpful , , .Turskey College big, beautiful brown eyes. . times with P.P. M? 'I MICHELLE MARIE TRUDEAU "It's better to have had love and lost than never to have loved at aII." Michelle . . . always looking for action . a bright and cheery outlook . . . .good Secretarial School ffl L 1744 WILLIAM DAVID VAN HEEST "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you might find you get what you need." Dave . . . versatile and energetic . . .an optimistic outlook . . . memories of the Prom andthe Cape College PAMELA JEAN VACHON "Climb and the world climbs wi crook and you croak alone." Pam . . . laughter and fun . . . beautiful blonde. . . enioying life th you, a tall, College if "' 3' Z7 'I V-an Us 'i""r I lun". 14" ,V. ' s 4' 1 .17o'1-- .fu V 91119: "gn . . alps f , ., li tix L 3' Tl A L ,fr i 5. REID VAN SICKLE "Those who live happily ever after aren't usually after much." Reid . . . Red Light . . . a big guy with an even bigger heart . . . hockey games on Saturday nights Technical School s...., - MARK STEPHEN WADE "Seems l've made it lust in time." Steve . . , quiet, friendly . . . a certain understanding. . .fun- loving. . .memories of great parties and weekends, Colorado College I DAVID B. WALANT "Now the trumpet summons us again." Dave. . .good-natured and pleasant . . . outstanding musical ability . . , good times in the caf . . .the trumpet College JAMES V. VERDOLINO "A working class hero is some- thing to be." Jim . . . quiet, with a streak of daring . . . real class . . . Friend- ly's and the Beatles, parties at Mike's, Hopkinton . . . gita, "Did I look at the clock?" . . . Verd- Bird College f ,uf t W if lf 1 1,1411 Y ,fir 15 4 iii f! ev, lv W'--'1 RUTH ELLEN WALHOUT "There are too many thoughts of yesterday and too few dreams of tomorrow." Ruth. . . pretty and feminine . . . a gentle manner, a quick wit . . dreams of Hawaii Travel, College il... R. JOHN B. VERROCHI "Try to always have two alterna- tives, but never compromise your values in making a decision." Jay . . . a quiet, relaxed manner . . . interested in everything . . . a hint of mischief in his smile College ,Y 3 PAN A11 xg FRANCE., "p"""'w-I V... -0 405 RICHARD THOMAS WALUNAS "Nothing is as it ever seems to be." Glitch . . . an imaginative mind . . .a real knowledge of TV Communication HOLLY JANE VEUM "Nothing truly important happens until somebody gets enthusiastic." Holly. . .a dedicated student and athlete . . . warm, sincere, and likable . . . trips to Meno- tomy, hiking in the White Mts., close friends College WI ti' wud' GARY S. WAKSTEIN "As the days go past, live each as if it were your last." Gary . . . easygoing, ready for anything . . . Walker . . . par- ties College gr NANCY ELLEN WATERS "Some men see things as they are and say why, I dream things that never were and say why not." Nancy . . . a peaceful disposi- tion, a ready laugh . . . 6 is bet- ter than 7, Bermuda, motorcycles College 7 4 I ,n 'SVN qi-.1 JOAN T. WEBB Joan . . . independent, free-spir- ited. . .concerned. . .the Camelot gang, summer of '73 Nursing if 1.x DAVID REUBEN WEISMAN "Very often people worry about the past problems when they should be concerned with the future prosperity." Dave . . . good-natured and fun . . .an in-depth knowledge of computers LESLIE ANN WEISSMAN "I'm living in a world of make-believe, I draw life from the eye. All my life is drawings from the eye." Lesli . . . the fantasmagorical night- bird . . .thot hair! . . . the night the horlequin sang . . . JE on vacations, thresholds of dreams Illustrator ANDREA WELLING "You shall find true happiness when you find a true friend." Andrea . . . petite and persona- ble, subtle. . . a foxy smile . . . Led Zeppelin and Peter . . . a dedicated cheerleader . . . Ber- muda . . . "Stairway to heaven with 37" College L.- MATTHEW WERNER "Here we stand, makers of the future." Matt. . . Red. . .tall and friendly . . , looking for fun . . . determined and ambitious College In-Q.. 'O JEAN L. WHELAN "An individualist is someone who can admire someone disliked and dislike someone who is admired by all." College MARY JO WHITEHEAD "The time to be happy is now, the place to be happy is here." Jo . . . congenial, with a great sense of humor . . . enioys good times with good friends Nursing JULIE MARIE WELCH "Happiness is being with people you really like." Julie. . .a friendly smile, a help- ing hand . . . Vermont and Prim- rose Lane. . .K.F.S..I.P.. . .the QOVIQ Business School . f - W' 4:9 ' A I 1 " 7 .. . 4 I, f ff ,yy J .X . ws , H ' . ' ,,.,1 f L .-2. is 4 I, ,Q -' -,i jj, 1. 1: ".- L .4 I ' Xi? KURT D. WENZELI. Kurt . . . dynamic energy . . . mischief and fun . . . a hockey bum College ROBERT WIGETMAN "TanstaafI," Wig , . . intelligent and outspo- ken . . . frisbees and bridge club College id' KEVIN F WOOD Fate determines destiny. RICHARD F. WILSON "All one can hope to get by solving a problem is restoration of normality," Willie . . . strong and determined . . . out for good times Work 'K , In Woody. . .active and reliable. . . an good-looking, adventurous . . . always clowning If a-......, College 5' . in X VIRGINIA M. WOOD Ginny . . . independent, fun-loving . . . good looks and personality. . . her smile lights up her face PHILIP M WRIGHT The world can t give all its life and liveg we must give back or lose it " M Q f , yfv KAREN ANNE ZABINSKI "Today is the first day of the rest of your life." Karen . . . petite and vivacious. . .K.N. . . . good times at the Cape and Friend- ly's. . .the W-B gang JOHN P. WINN "All is for the best in the best of all possi- ble worlds." Archie . . . quiet, yet one of the guys . . .athletic. . .B.S.L.D.A. . . .D.F.P. . . .Winnie College LINDA ELAINE WOOD "Tempus fugit cum Iudat." ,. ...h Linda . . . a genuine affection for man- kind . . . involved and helpful College MARK T. WOODIN Mark. . .quiet but mischievous. . fa' always ready for o good time ,,.,f BRUCE A. YEATON "Life is full of aggrcvationg it iust takes a good partner to get ahead." Bruce . . .lively and humorous. . . , intelligent, easygoing 3 College iff STEVEN I. ZALLEN "E 2 mc7 on Tuesdays, Fridays, and every other Monday." Steve . . . friendly and dependable . . . a mind of his own . . . the computer x room -- College 4? ,4-"X KERRY F. LEBLANC 'TTT BODO A. ZUSCHLAG "Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has over- come while trying to succeed." Bodo. . , friendly and rambunctious . . . Leon's, the caf, the rowdies, and summer '74 JACK A. ABADY College STEVEN SCOTT ZENLEA "Give a man a fish and he will eat that doyg teach a man howto fish and he will eat every day." Steve . . . cheerful and considerate . . . generous . . . Prom '74, riding in a '64 Falcon with that girl College JUDITH BERYLE ZIMMERMAN "Life is really simple, but men insist on making it complicated." Judi . . . outspoken and humorous . . . intelligent . . . HoJo's, the Beach Boys '74, D. D. and California rf' i College , , A? M ,P I I , 'I V 1 1 1f'4'?il4Q'if4 ', fri' Jack . . . quiet yet fun-loving . , . inter- esting, never lacking friends CHARLES BARBE TIMOTHY F. BARRY "Wake up to find out that you are the ROBERT S. ZWONIK one his own." --"' working. . ,a talent in music DAVID HARBER GREGORY J. LANE SCOTT S. LEACH eyes of the world." Travel, Work DAVID O. BOBILLIER "To know others is wise, to know yourself is to be enlightened." Dave. . . out for a good time. . . sports, cars, and Friday nights College LEROY BREWER KENNETH BROWN ROBERT L. BROWN JOHN IZ. CLARK RICHARD D. DUSEK ROBERT GOLD EDWARD B. HANFLING Eddie . . . quiet and studious . . . great determination Kerry . . . a free sp best in life ANDREW L, LEVIN CYNTHIA K. LONG DAVID S. MCINTYRE irit, searching for the Dave . . . devilish and out for a laugh . . . memories of the Square, crutches, Look out! HERBERT MORRIS College STEVEN C. NATHAN "What is finer than to record life for all to see and enloyf' Steve . . . Sensitivi ty - Creativity -- Photography - Cinematography MARY K. ROBINSON CLAYTON J. WHITE "So many men, so many opinions, every- Bob . . . quiet and intelligent . . . hard- College Freshman gear . . . meeiing new people. making new friends 1 L47 We were afraid of ihe big seniors. of ihe bigger adminisirafors . and even of ourselves. In spiie of ii all. we goi . ihrough ihai gear . . . and then we were rough-and-fough sophomores. P .vb we 'Za .-,, Thai gear. we ruled Norih High from 1223010 5:30. and ihoughi we had conquered 'V' overcrowding. We grew up fasf . . . bog, did we grow up fas+! fs l Junior gear passed quickly. and suddenly . . re'e 4 2 4 We were seniors lbig, bad seniorsl. Nobodg pushed us around! ., ' gy, , ,, , - f f ' 1 it ,. 3 jifgg wtf? ,Q ' ' ' ,L ' ffl 'Ll M 7 , . ' QI' , afj i if 2. wi ri 4 .i mai., , , l f l "fail ff , ,Q,..,zf-Q -.' ' 'A I -' 1' l V , Q L O,-94Vf..t.,r:,Q5:.vg'V,1 - . Then before we knew if. fhe fun was over. our plans were made . . . buf we will alwags remember fhaf magnificent sfupendous. fanfasmagorioal class of '75. lPIease feel free fo give gourselves a handy. Senior Activities I 1,33 rf n .QR 4,1 ., ABBOTT, LEON - hockey I ABLONDI, DIANNE - performing arts club I, 2, 3, 4, candy sale I, 2, variety show 3, 4 ADAMS, JIM - lacrosse 3, 4, key club 2, 3, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4 ALLEN, KEVIN -football I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, hockey I, 2, key club 3, 4, steering committee 2 ALPERIN, KAREN - pep squad I, drama club I, serendipity 4, community action 4 AMBLER, LIZ - pep squad I, steering committee 3, community action 4 ANTHONY, STEVE - hockey I ANZALONE, PETER - soccer 2, 3, 4, wrestling 2, 3, volleyball 4 APTT, NANCY - basketball I, 4, swim team 4, variety show 3 ARICO, CHRIS - nat'l honor society 3, 4, archon 4, steering com- mittee 4, variety show 3, fashion show 2 ARNOLD, MARY - community action 4 ASKIN, GLENN - wrestling I, football 2, serendipity 3, 4 AVERS, CHERYL - community action 2, 3, 4, steering committee 2, 3, nat'l honor society 3, 4 BAGLEY, LYNN - maiorette I, 2, 3, 4, steering committee 3, vari- ety show 3, 4, candy sale I, 2, fashion show I, 2, 3 BAKSTRAN, JOHN - wrestling 3, 4 BARAHONA, DORIS - archon 4, steering committee 3 BAYER, WALLIS - swim team 4, mixed chorus I BEASLEY, ANNE - community action 4 BOBILLIER, DAVE -football I, 2, 3, baseball I, hockey 2 BELING, CRAIG -football I, 2, 3, co-capt. 4, wrestling I, 2, 3, capt. 4, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, community I action 4 BEREZIN, DONNA - archon 4, spartan 3, 4, drama club I BERMAN, NANCI - cheerleading 2, candy sale 2, 3, steering I committee 3, community action 2, 3, 4 BIRD, RAY - football I, hockey I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse 2, 3, 4 BLANK, DALE - spartan 2, sports editor 3, basketball 2, competi- tive plays 3, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4 BLITZER, DEBRA - variety show 3, steering committee 3 BOHANEK, BRENDA - steering committee 3, pep squad 2, swim I team 4 I BORDEN, ERNIE - competitive plays 3 BOYNTON, JOHANNA - community action 4 BRADLEY, TRISHA - community action 4 BRAVERMAN, MARC - soccer 2, 3, 4, baseball I, 3, 4 , BREITBORD, GARY - lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4, student council 1, 4, v.P. I 2, president 3, steering committee 2, class V.P. 4, nat'l honor soci- ety 2, 3, 4, principal's advisory committee I, 4, housing committee I 3 BRITTON, MARIBETH - track I, 2, fashion show I, 2, 3, color guard 3, 4, variety show 3, 4, steering committee 3 BROCKMAN, BRIAN - wrestling 2, 3, 4, soccer 2, 3, lacrosse 2 BROWN, ED - gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4 BUCKMAN, KEN - nat'l honor society BURKE, KATHY - steering committee 4 BUTKUS, GARY - key club I, 2, 3, 4, hockey I, 2, lacrosse I, 2, steering committee 2, 3 BUTTERWORTH, ANN - drama club 2, 3, 4, field hockey 4, steer- ing committee 4, musicals 2, 3, 4, variety show 2, community iuif action 4 CALLAHAN, NANCY - steering committee 3, 4, serendipity 3, 4 CALLANAN, PATTY - student council 2, 3, steering committee I, 2, 3, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4, archon 4 CAO, CARLOS - baseball I, 2, 3, 4 CARP, DAVID - community action 4 CAPLIN, ROBERT - key club 2, 3, 4, tennis 2, 4 CASPERSEN, BRIAN - band I, 2, 3, 4, orchestra 3, 4, golf I, 2, 3, capt. 4 CATANI, DEBBIE - pep squad I CELORIER, RICK -football I, 2, 3, 4, track 2 CHISHOLM, ROBERT - T.V. club I, 2, 3, 4, play I, 2, 3, 4, variety show I, 2, 3, 4, spartan I, gymnastics Il, 2, A.V. I, 2, 3, 4 CHURCH, BRIAN - a capella 2, football I, 2, 3, 4, track I CIMINO, MARIE -field hockey 4, softball 3, 4, basketball 4 CLARK, CINDY - steering committee 3, track 4 CLARK, NANCY - spartan I, community action 2, steering com- mittee 3 CLINKSCALE, JIM - baseball 3, 4, gymnastics I, volleyball 2, 3 CLOUSE, JONI - basketball 2, 3, 4, debate club 3, 4 COCKELL, CANDACE - guidance aide I, 2, 3 COHEN, DIANE - drama I, 2, 3, community action 4 COLONNA, MARIANNE - music club I, 2, community action 3, 4, archon asst. editor 4 COMISKY, DAN -football I, 2, baseball I, 2, 3, capt. 4, basket- ball I, 2, 3, co-capt. 4 CONNOLLY, MARY - gynmastics I, pep squad I, a capella I, 2, 3, 4, steering committee 3, community action 3, 4 I 1-'f"'m uv'-A 1-- frwwanoh 020' 1 ! CONTI, STEVE -football I, hockey I, 2, 3, 4 CORMIER, DEBBIE -field hockey 3, basketball 2, 3, 4, softball 2, 3, 4, community action 4 CORRIGAN, LISA - color guard 3, 4, candy sale I, steering com- mittee 3 CORVESE, LAURA - student council secretary 2, steering commit- tee 3, student housing committee 3, competitive plays I, commu- nity action 4 COVIELLO, PAULA - community action 3, a capella 2, glee club I CROTTY, PAM - archon 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, V.P. 4, drama club I, 2, 3, field hockey 3, music club I, 2, student council 3, steering committee 3, ir. classical league 4 CULGIN, BETH -tennis 2, color guard 3, community action 4 CUNNINGHAM, TRACY - cheerleading I, steering committee 3, variety show 3 CURELOP, ALAN -- basketball 2, tennis 4 DALEY, DAN - cross country I, 2, 3, 4, indoor track I, 2, 3, 4, outdoor track I, 2, 3, 4 DALLAMORA, DENISE - gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4 DALY, JIM - hockey I, 2, 3, football 3, 4, lacrosse 2, 3, 4, glee club I, 2, 3, mixed chorus I, 2, 3 D'ANGELO, MARK - key club I, 2, 3, 4, football I, track I, 2, 4, basketball I, lacrosse 2, 3, 4, wrestling 3 DAVIS, STEVE - soccer I, baseball I, hockey I, 2, 3, 4, key club I, 2, 3, 4 DAVITT, TOM - cross country I, 2, 3, 4, steering committee 2, 3, key club I, 2, 3, indoor track 2, 3, outdoor track I, 2, 3 DAY, PEGGY - gymnastics I, steering committee 3, swim team co-capt. 4 DECKER, CAROL - color guard 3, 4, steering committee 3, variety show 3, 4 DEFILIPPO, TONY - wrestling 2 DEPIETRI, BOB - football I, key club 4 DEVANEY, JOHN -- candy sale 2, soccer 2, steering committee 3, 4, key club 3, archon 4 DIAS, VAL - gymnastics I, 2, steering committee I, 2, color guard co-capt. 4, class V.P. 3 DIONIS, LOUIE - baseball I, indoor track 2, 3, outdoor track 2, 3 DOLLINS, SAM - track 3, key club I, 2, 3, treasurer 4 DONLON, JOHN -football 2, outdoor track 2, key club I, 2, 3, 4 DONNELLAN, MARK - cross country 4 DOWD, MARJ. - music club I, 2, 3, 4, drama I, 2, spartan co- editor 4 DRENNAN, BARBARA - key club 3, steering committee 3, lan- guage lab aide 3 DRINKWATER, GLENN -- soccer 2, 3, baseball 2 DRUGAN, JEANNE - pep squad I, 2, steering committee 3, color guard 3, 4, community action 4 DUBNOW, MARSHA -library aide 2, spanish club 2, nat'l honor society 3, 4 DUFRESNE, PAUL -football I, 2, 3, gymnastics I, lacrosse 2, 3 DUNTON, AUDREY - mixed chorus I, 2, candy sale I, 2 DYER, BONNIE - band I, 2, 3, 4, orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, musical 2, 3, steering committee 3, fashion show 2, archon 4 EGASTI, JAMIE - soccer I, 2, 3, 4, gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, variety show 3, 4, community action 4, steering commit- tee 4 - -vwfwsm Q 7+ ,rig 4' is ELIAS, IRA - music club I, 2, 3, 4 ELLARBY, JENNY - steering committee 3, community action 3 ELWORTHY, LISA - pep squad I, candy sale I, a capella I, 2, 3, variety show 2 ENGELS, JOANNE - pep squad I, steering committee 3, 4, com- munity action 3, archon 4 ENRIGHT, JANE - pep squad I, steering committee 3, candy sale I, 2, community action 4 EWALD, MARK - tennis I, 2, 3, 4, indoor track 3, 4, key club 3, 4 FALZONE, SANDY - community action 2, 3, 4, student council 2 FARRELL, BILL - lacrosse 2, 3, 4, ski club 3, 4 FEDORCHAK, SUE - steering committee 3, 4 FERRAN, KAREN - gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, swim team 4, steering committee 3 FERRARO, JOE -football I, 2, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4 FERRARO, TOM -football I, 2, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4 FEUERSANGER, JEANE - nat'l honor society 3, 4, swim team 4 FINGER, PAUL - hockey I, track I, key club 3, 4 FISCHER, FLO - candy sale 2, community action 4 FISCHER, SYL - community action 4 FITCH, DON - basketball I, 2, 3, 4, baseball I, 2, volleyball I, 2, 3, archon 4 FITZGERALD, BOB - hockey I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse 2 FITZGERALD, TRUDY - cheerleading I, 3, 4, steering committee I, 2, variety show 3, pep squad I, candy sale 2 FLANNIGAN, KIM -- color guard 3, 4, steering committee 3, 4, community action 3 FLYNN, ROBIN - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, performing arts club 41 -I .ii I, 2, music club 4 FOSTER, PAM - community action 4 FOURNIER, DIANNE - community action 4, steering committee 2, 3, track 4 FRANCESCONI, GALE - performing arts club 2, community action 3,4 FRAZIER, KAREN - community action 4 FROMMER, ANDY - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, archon 4, spartan 4, bridge club president 4, steering committee 4 GAINES, JEFF - key club 1, 2, 3, 4 GALLAGHER, JOHN - football 1, 2, 3, Co-copi. 4 GARDELLA, 1oM - key club 1, 2, 3, 4 GAULIN, MICHELE - archon 4, steering committee 4, pep squad I, work day 3, nat'l honor society 3, secretary 4, variety show 3 GAY, JON - variety show 3 GENNA, PATTY - student council I, 3, steering committee 3, nat'l honor society 3, 4 GIAMOGIANIS, MARIA - library aide I GIORGIO, GREG -- football I, 2, 3, 4, hockey I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, variety show 3, 4, key club I, 2, 3, 4, community action 4 GLAZER, JOANNE - steering committee 2, 3, 4, student council 2, spartan I, 2, 3, 4, archon 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, variety show 3, 4, serendipity 4, musical 2, competitive plays I GLEW, NANCY - cheerleading I, 2, 3, co-capt. 4, variety show 3, student council I, 2, steering committee 2, 3, 4, class secretary 2, 3, 4, spartan 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4 GOLDSTEIN, ANN - drama club I, 2, 4, secretary 3, music club I, 4, V.P. 2, president 3, spartan I, 2, co-editor 3, 4, competitive plays I, 2, 3, 4, musical I, 2, school play I, 2, 3, 4, drama festival 2, 3, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4 GOLDSTEIN, PETER - football I, 2, hockey I, 2, 3, 4, key club 3, 4, student council 3, 4, steering committee 3, 4, variety show 3, community action 4, principaI's advisory committee 3 GOULD, SALLY - nat'l honor society 3, 4, fashion show I, 2 GRADY, RICK - basketball 2, key club 4, volleyball 4 GRAHAM, KATHIE - field hockey I, 2, student council I, 2, steer- ing committee 3, 4, variety show 3, 4, serendipity 4, spartan I, 4, archon 4, faculty advisory committee 3 GREMLEY, KAREN - community action 3, 4, musicals 2, 3, 4, school play 4 GROGAN, KAREN - community action 3, 4, steering committee 3 GROSSMAN, RICHARD - music club treasurer 2, 3, 4 GUIGLI, LINDA - tennis I, 2, 3, steering committee I, 2, commu- nity action 3, work day 3 GUNNER, NANCY - field hockey I, 2, 3, basketball 3, softball I, 2, 3, 4, steering committee 3, student advisory committee 4, rep- resentative to school committee 4, community action 4 GUNNING, MIKE -football 2, track 2 HABERMAN, STEVE - key club 2, 4, steering committee 4 HAENDEL, DORON - serendipity 4 HAGOPIAN, GREG - basketball I, 2, 3, 4, football I, 2, 3, track I, 2, key club 4, work day 3 HALL, ANN - gymnastics I, 2, pep squad I, work day 3 HANKE, KRIS - polyglot I, 2, 3, 4, drama club I, 2, candy sale I, music club I, 2, 3, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4 HARDY, DEBBIE - spanish club 3, archon 4, work day 3 HARRIS, MIKE - bicycle club I, 2, 3, 4, T.V. club I, 2 HARTNETT, MICHELLE - pep squad I, 2, performing arts club I, 'tx 1' 2 HAWLEY, SUE - community action 4 HAYES, MITCH -lacrosse I, 2, 3, class president 2, key club I, 2, 3 HAYNES, KATHI - musical 2, 3, 4, competitive plays 2, 3, a capella 2, 3, 4, community action 4, spartan 4, performing arts club 2, 3, 4, variety show 2 HECKMAN, ELAINE - gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4 HEDRICK, BOB -football I, 2, 3, 4, basketball I, 2, 3, 4, variety show 3, steering committee 3, baseball I, track 3 HEGARTY, BONNIE - gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, feature twirler I, 2, 3, 4 HELLSTROM, KATHY - drama festival I, 2, 3, 4, competitive plays I, 2, 3, 4, musical I, 2, 3, 4, variety show 2, school play 2, 3, 4, performing arts club I, secretary 2, V.P. 3, president 4, music club I, 2, a capella 2, 3, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4, steering com- mittee 4 HENDRIX, TERESA - nat'l honor society 3, 4 HILL, DANA - steering committee 3, golf 3 HOGAN, CHRIS - hockey I, 2, football 3, 4, lacrosse 2, 4, vol- leyball I, 2 HOLLAND, DOUG - track I HOLLIS, STEVE - nat'I honor society 3, 4 HOLZMAN, KAREN - steering committee 3 HOOKWAY, KERRIN - pep squad I, 2, drama club I, 2, spanish club 3, 4 HOPKINS, PETER - nat'I honor society 2, 3, 4, archon 4 HORNE, KRISTEN -- steering committee 3, student housing com- mittee 3 HOROHOE, SUE - spartan 3, 4, steering committee 3, ski club 3, ,H X I 4 HUMPHREY, CHUCK - band I, 2, 3, 4, variety show I, 2, 4, ten- nis 2, bridge club 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4 ISGUR, DAVE - key club 2, spartan 2 JACOBS, CONNIE - drama club I, community action 3, nat'l honor society 3, 4 JANIAK, PETER - indoor track 2, 3, 4, outdoor track I, 2, 3, 4 JANSON, JENNIFER - student council I, spartan I, 2, 3, co-edi- tor 4, steering committee 3, serendipity 4 JOYCE, TIM -lacrosse 2, 3, 4 JOYCE, RANDY - cross country 4 KALLMERTEN, TIM - soccer I, 2, 3, 4, wrestling 2, 3, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, student council I KARB, BILL - tennis 2, 3, 4, volleyball I, 2, badminton 4, variety show 3 KASS, DAN - key club 3, 4 KATER, SUE - glee club I, community action 2, work day 3 KAUFMAN, JAMI - pep squad I, 2 KAUFMAN, BOB - key club 4, language lab aide I KAVANAGH, CARLA - glee club I, 2, a capella 2, 3, music club I, 2, 3 KEARNEY, STEVE - baseball I, hockey I, 2, 3, 4, volleyball 2, 3 KELLY, NANCY - a capella I, steering committee 3, 4, mixed chorus I, student council 4, library aide I, 3, language lab aide I, spartan I, 3, 4, archon 4, variety show 3, 4, drama club I, 3, com- petitive play I, 3, 4, school play 3, 4, community action 3, 4, sec- retary aide 3 KELLY, TOM - spartan 4, community action 2 KENNEDY, JACK - basketball 2, library aide I, work day 3 ,av 84 W KINNANE, MARK - key club 3, 4 KIRK, KAREN - competitive play I, volleyball 2, variety show 3, archon 4 KLEIN, MIKE - key club 3, 4 KOKIDKO, GREG - key club I, 2, 3, 4, football I, 2, 3, 4, bas- ketball I, 2 KOLBEN, JERRY - key club 3, 4 KRASNOFF, STEVE - football I, 2, basketball I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, student council I, 2, key club I, 2, 3, 4, steering commit- tee 4, community action 4, archon 4 KROSS, BARBARA - gymnastics I, tennis 2 KURTZ, JEFF - student council 3, steering committee 4, student housing committee 3, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, soccer 2, 3, co- ccpt. 4, baseball I, 2, 3, 4 LACEY, CHRIS - cross country 2, 3, 4, football I, hockey I, indoor track 2, 3, quad. capt. 4, outdoor track 2, 3, 4 LAMKIN, CAREN - gymnastics I, archon 4, steering committee 4 LAMPKE, BARBARA - bicycle club I, ski club I , 2, variety show 3 LARSON, MIKE - key club 2, 3, secretary 4 LAZAROW, JANI - pep squad I, steering committee 3, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4 LEAMAN, KEITH - wrestling 2 LEAVEY, NANCY - cheerleading I, 2, 3, 4, student council 3, 4, steering committee 3, variety show 3 LEFTIN, BARRY - music club 3, key club 3, 4 LEINBERRY, GAYLE - student council I, 2, 3, steering committee 2, 3, archon 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, treasurer 4 LEINONEN, HEIDI - language lab aide I, pep squad I, library aide 2, student teacher aide 2, ski club 2, 3, 4, community action 4, it Ns... ,ftxlu 0'1" music club 4 LENTZ, PETER - soccer 2, golf 3, 4, wrestling I, 2, 3, work day 3, nat'l honor society 3, 4 LEVERGOOD, RICH - key club 4, track 4 LEWIS, JUDY - student council I, 2, 3, steering committee 2, 3, cheerleading 2, 3, 4, community action 4 LIE, HELLE - steering committee 4 LINET, RICK - basketball I, 2, 3, 4, volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, key club 3, 4, community action 3, 4 LIPSHIRES, KAREN - field hockey I, 2 LOOMIS, JOYCE - steering committee 3, community action 4 LOOMIS, RICH -faculty advisory committee 3, community action 4, bicycle club 4, production editor spartan 4 LOVITZ, MARSHA - community action 2, archon bio. and verse editor 4 LUBLIN, MARCY - nat'l honor society 3, 4 LUKIANOV, NICK - cross country I , polyglot 2 LUOMA, LINDA - a capella 4, glee club 4, mixed chorus 4, music club 4 LURIE, ROBIN - steering committee 3, community action 3, spar- tan 2 LYNCH, KARIN - color guard 3, 4, steering committee 3, variety show 3, fashion show I, 2 LYNDS, DARLENE - pep squad I , 2 LYON, GARRY -- cross country 4 MACHNIK, STEVE - variety show 2, key club I, 2, 3, 4 MACKAY, PETER - hockey 2, 3, 4 MACLEOD, DEBBIE - drama club I, 2, 3, 4, bus. and ad. editor archon 4 MADDEN, JOANNE - steering committee 3, variety show 3 MADNICK, PETER - variety show 3, school play I, 2, 3, 4 MALLOY, STEVE -- soccer I, 2, hockey I, 2, 3, baseball I, 2, 4, volleyball I, 2 MANCUSO, DALE - wrestling 3, 4, key club 4, steering commit- tee 3 MARMER, JEFF - key club 2, 3, 4 MARRAM, BONNIE - field hockey I, 2, steering committee I, 2 MARTINO, CHRIS - football I, 2, 3, 4, wrestling 3, basketball I, 2, lacrosse 2, 3, 4 MASSOTH, SHARON - color guard 2, 3, 4, key club 2 MCCUE, ELIZABETH - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, music club 4, community action 4 MCDONALD, JEAN -- steering committee 3, ski club 2, 3 MCGREAL, BOB - cross country 3, 4, indoor track 3, 4, outdoor track 2, 3, 4 MCKEE, ELAINE - steering committee 3, variety show 3, cheer- leading 3, 4 MCKENNA, RICK - hockey I, 2, 3, 4, soccer 3, 4, tennis I, 2, variety show 2, 3, 4 MEAD, DAVE -football I, 2, 3, 4, baseball 3, 4, nat'l honor soci- ety 2, 3, 4 MEE, JOHN - hockey I, key club 2, 3 MELLIN, SUE - pep squad I, 2 MENEZES, LYDIA -tennis 4 MERCHANT, CATHY - student council 2, steering committee 3, 4, a capella 2, 4, track 2, 4, archon reflections editor 4, community action 4, variety show 2, 3, musical 2, 3, 4 Sl OD' MESITE, TOM - band I, 2, 3, 4, variety show 2 MEZZONE, DONNA - steering committee 2, drama club I, com- munity action 2, 4 MICHELSON, GREG - nat'l honor society 3, 4 MILLER, BARRY - key club I, 2, 3, 4, archon I, 2, 4, community action I, 2 MILLER, NEILE - serendipity 3, editor in chief 4, steering commit- tee 3, student advisory council 4 MITRANO, CINDY - steering committee 2, 3, candy sale 2, vari- ety show 3 MONAHAN, BRIAN - soccer I, track I, community action 3, archon 4 MONAHAN, COLLEEN - pep squad I, library aide 3 MOORE, .IANICE - archon 4 MORAN, BOB -T.V. club I, 2, 3, 4 MORREALE, LINDA - library aide I MORRIS, JIM - performing arts club I, 2, 3, 4, key club 2, 3, 4, outdoor track I, class president 3, 4, student records policy com- mission 3, 4 MORRISSEY, KATHY - candy sale I, 2, pep squad I J MORSE, MIKE - steering committee 2, housing committee 3, lacrosse 2, 3, 4, key club I, 2, 3, 4 MUIR, CARLA - spartan 2, 4, variety show 3, community action 4, steering committee 3, work day 3 MURPHY, HOLLY - steering committee 3, candy sale I, commu- nity action 2, 4 MURPHY, MARK - band I, 2, 3, 4, orchestra 2, 4 NAPOLEON, JOYCE - student council 3, steering committee 3, 4, pep squad I NESHE, MIKE - cross country 2, wrestling manager 2, 4, commu- nity action 4 NEWCOMB, BRAD - soccer I, 2 NEWMAN, BRIAN - outdoor track I NEWPHER, BILL -football I, 2, 3, baseball I, 2 NICHOLS, SUE - community action 2, steering committee 3, spar- tan I NIVARGIKAR, RAJU - tennis I, cross country 2 O'BRlEN, JOANNE - gymnastics I, 2 O'NElL, MARY - a capella 2, steering committee 2, 3, musical 2, performing arts club 2, 3, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, archon 3, edi- tor-in-chief 4, student housing committee OLSON, DONNA - steering committee 3, majorette I, 2, 3, co- capt. 4, variety show 3, community action 4 PALMER, JEROME - track I, soccer I, 2, 3 PAPADELLIS, RANDY - soccer I, 2, 3, 4, indoor track I, 2, 3, captain 4, outdoor track I, 2, 3, 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, steering committee 3 PARKER, RICHARD - golf 3 PARTICELLI, JERRY - soccer I, 3, 4, wrestling 2, 3 PATTERSON, GEORGE - football I, 2, 3, 4, indoor track I, 2, baseball I, 2, 3, 4, student council I, 3, president 2, 4, key club 3, 4 PELLEGRINI, CHERYL - tennis 4, archery 4 PETERMAN, JILL - office aide I, 2, 3, steering committee 3 PILSWORTH, JANE - spartan 3, 4, serendipity 3, 4 PRUTZANNI, DEBBIE - gymnastics 1, pep squad 1 PUBLICOVER, MATT - band I, 2, nat'l honor society 2, 3, presi- dent 4, drama club 2, competitive plays I, 2, 3, 4 QUINLAN, JOAN - field hockey 2, 3, basketball I, 2, 3, 4, soft- ball I, 2, 3, 4, community action 4 RADLER, DAN - tennis I, 2, 3, capt. 4, track 4, nat'l honor soci- ety 2, 3, 4, spartan 4 RADLO, ALAN - tennis I, 2, 3, 4, soccer 2, nat'l honor society 3, 4 RADZIK, ROBIN - pep squad I, color guard 2, 3 RAMSBOTTOM, CLAIRE - performing arts club I, 2, 3, 4 RAPHAELIAN, ROBIN - spartan 2, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4, archon 4, steering committee 3, serendipity 3, 4 REYNOLDS, LAUREL- community action 4, pep squad I RHETT, GWEN - fashion show 2, 3, variety show 3, community action 4 RICE, BILL- baseball I, cross country 2 RIGHTER, BILL- key club 2, 3, 4, community action 4 RITCHIE, BOB - track 3 ROBIDOUX, RICK -football I, 2, 4 ROSENTHAL, DONNA - serendipity 3 ROSS, DEBBIE - pep squad I, 2, candy sale I, 2, variety show 3, steering committee 3, student housing committee 3 RUBEN, FRANK - football I, 2, 3, 4, track 2, assistant athletic director I, 2, 3, 4, key club 3, 4, steering committee 3 ROTH, CAMIE - basketball I, 2, softball I, tennis 2, 3, co-capt. 4, serendipity 3, 4, steering committee 3, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4, community action 4 RUMUL, NANCY - steering committee 3, 4, community action 3, 4 RUSSELL, STEVE -tennis 3, 4, basketball 3, 4, key club 4, steer- ing committee 3 ips 0. 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Ig:-yyhi, , -A A -L I"- I ,.,' :If A.,. 2 IA, V RYAN, STEVE A- football I, hockey I, 2, lacrosse 2, 3, variety show 3, 4, key club 2, 3, 4, steering committee 2, 3 SAMOLUK, TOM - basketball I, 2, 3, 4, student council I, key club 4, candy sale I, 2, 3 SAMRA, DEBBIE - archon 4, gymnastics I SANDSTO, CLAIRE - color guard 2, 3, steering committee 3, vari- ety show 3 SANNICANDRO, MARIE - nat'l honor society 3, 4 SAVOCA, JOHN - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, A.V. club I, 2, steering committee 3, tennis 2, student advisory committee 4, rep- resentative to state board 4 SCAGNELLI, SUE - gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4 SCHIAVI, MIKE - class treasurer 4, key club 3, 4, key club senior director 4, steering committee 3, 4, spartan 4, variety show 3, foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, basketball 2, 3, 4, work day 3, candy sale 3, 4 SCHIRMER, CAROL - softball I, 2, 3, 4, field hockey I, 2, 3, 4, basketball 3, 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4 SCHNEIDERMAN, LENNY -football I, 2, 3, 4, track I, 2, 3, 4, baseball I, 2, lacrosse 3, 4 SEABURG, APRIL- gymnastics I SERVETNICK, CAROL - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, bicycle club I SHEINFELD, ELLYN - tennis I, steering committee I, 2, 3, candy sale 2, 3 SHERMAN, ELYSE - color guard 3, 4, steering committee 3 SHOREY, DIANE - drama I, 2, 3, 4, fashion show 2, 3, archon 4, performing arts club I, 2, 3, 4 SHUFRO, MARIJANE - variety show 3, musical 3, gymnastics 3, 4, A.V. club 3, 4, fashion show 3 SILVER, HOWARD - steering committee I, 2, 3, tennis I, 2 SINGER, PEGGY - candy sale I, 2, 3, steering committee I, 2, 3, student council 2, 3, 4, color guard 3, 4, variety show 3, 4 SLEEPER, JODI - class treasurer 2, 3, steering committee 2, 3, 4, archon 3, asst. editor 4, spartan I, 2, 3, student council I, seren- dipity 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, variety show 3 SMITH, RICK - A.V. club I, T.V. club I, 2, lacrosse 2, wrestling 3, football 2, 3, 4, steering committee 3, 4, student council I, 2, com- munity action 4, key club 3, 4 SMOOKLER, MIKE - key club 2, 3, 4, steering committee 3 SNYDER, KAREN - gymnastics I SOHIGIAN, DEBBIE - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, band I, 2, 3, 4, orchestra 2, 3, 4, music club I, 2, V.P. 3, president 4, performing arts club I, 2, 3, archon 4, musical I, 2, 3, competitive plays I, director 3 SOMERS, DAVE - hockey I, 2 SPIRI, BIFF - community action 3, 4, pep squad I, steering com- mittee 3, archon 4 STEBBINS, MIKE - football I, 2, 4, lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, basketball I, 2, 3, 4, wrestling 2, volleyball I, 2, class V.P. 2, steering com- mittee 2, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, student housing committee 2 STEIMAN, MINDY - steering committee 3, variety show 3 STEVENS, KAREN - softball I, 2, track 2, spartan 2, A.F.S. 3, 4, music club I, 2, mixed chorus I, a capella 2, tutoring I, 2, 3, lan- guage lab aide I SULKIN, GREGG - soccer I, 2, 3, 4, key club 2, 3, 4, student council I, 2, 3, steering committee 3, basketball 2 SULLIVAN, PETER - baseball 3 SUPNIK, TERRI - spartan I, 2, 3, 4, serendipity 3, 4, steering committee 2, 3, 4, community action 2, 3, archon features and activities editor 4 'V the 4.1 -' I. MA SWEENEY, KAREN - cheerleading 2, color guard 3, 4, steering committee 3, nat'l honor society 3, 4, archon 4, pep squad I, SWETT, DIANE - basketball 2, softball 2 2 SWINDELL, DAVE -football I, 2, 3, 4, track 2, 3, key club 3, 4 TARICANO, DEBBIE - field hockey I, steering committee 2, 3, 4, cheering 2, 3, co-capt. 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4 TEFFT, STEVE - soccer I TOLLAND, ANDY - indoor track 2, 3, 4, outdoor track I, 2, 3, 4 TURSKY, DAVE - drama club I, 2, 3, 4, a capella I, 2, 3, 4 VAN HEEST, DAVE - golf 3, 4 VANSICKLE, REID -football I, 2, track I VERDOLINO, JIM - steering committee 3, 4, key club 3, student council 4, nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, archon 3, sports editor 4 VERROCHI, JAY - archon senior editor 4, serendipity 3, student council 4, steering committee 3, 4 VEUM, HOLLY - field hockey 2, 3, capt. 4, softball I, 2, 3, 4, basketball 3, 4, nat'l honor society 3, 4 'Z WAKSTEIN, GARY - key club 2, 3, 4, steering committee I, 2, 3, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, community action 4, variety show 3 lacrosse 2, 3 WALANT, DAVE - band I, 2, 3, 4, orchestra I, 2, 4 WALHOUT, RUTH - drama I, 2, 3, 4 WALUNAS, RICHARD -T.V. club I, 2, 3, 4, A.V. club I, 2, 3, 4, variety show I, 2, 3, 4, school play I, 2, 3, 4 WATERS, NANCY - pep squad I, gymnastics I WENZELL, KURT - hockey I, 2, 3, 4, lacrosse 2 WERNER, MATT - baseball I, football 2, basketball I, 2, 3, 4 WILSON, RICHARD - soccer 2 WINN, JOHN -football 3, 4, lacrosse 3, 4, community action 4 WOOD, KEVIN - soccer 3, 4, hockey 3, baseball 3, 4 W D Ll - . . wEissMAN, Issue - music Club 1, 2, 3,4 OO ' NDA T I' Club If 2 WRI HT - WELCH, JULIE - pep squad I, 2 G ' PHILIP Soccer 2' 3' 4 I i - Q . - Q WELLING, ANDREA - student council 3, 4, steering committee 3, EAL? NSKI' KAREN geerlng Commmee 2' 3' Commumly Ccllon ZALLEN, STEVE - steering committee 3, 4, T.V. club I, 2, 3 ik I ZENLEA, STEVE band I, 2, spartan 2 ZIMMERMAN, JUDY - nat'l honor society 2, 3, 4, competitive play 3 ZUSCHLAG, BODO - lacrosse 2, library aide I ZWONIK, BOB - band I, 2, 3, 4 1975 Archon Queen if Sharon Massoih Trudg Fitzgerald I 'V Bo e Hegarlg and Princesses B+hC lg This gear's Queen was selecfed bg siudenis of Algonquin Regional High School. Norihboro. Mass. mi....,, v--in. ru, 1? 5 1 N .rug - 5' 1 M ,Q x '- '- 2 W ' ar t iv ,M V vw il 4 f b f ai 4 4 " I f ,ft A QQ if af." uv ,. " z . tr! YQ n WHY' Y ,S r x '? 'Wx ,bf Q eaiures and Acfiviiies Nfl" L , ' wr s , ' V5 1 . 4 .f' ' 4 ,, ' 'MQW , , f-wg 2,g,?.,f, , ao? ' YW' 4, az' f 'K 1 ,. wiv O10 If ,. in M -Q.. V ilu, 5.41 we ' - , A ig! 4 'rg 1 -V 4 9.5: 2: E 4 T-1' ,- 1.. 1,4 4 I , . F' 243 5, 'X' an ' . 5.- 4Qx,. D . i., , 5 ' , ws, 5, X ' lu .3 -.a . 9 1 'X fn .4 ,, . 5 L l- ,paw 2 Q in I K A ra Mr. Stepanian Advisor If Q I 5 ki fi? E My iff T4 'll 52. .' KVI Qi, I , yi fr' , , Ev F tw' Qg.,,wg'2. -ff' ' mg: il-Rl: Jim Morris - President, Nancy Glew - Secretary, Mike Schiavi - Treasurer, Gary Breirbord - Vice President. ..-1 ll 0 We wriie our own d o eshng . . . ll Qieering We become whai we do un. um ii ' 1-- . 575, .. Z' 4 ,iv 1' 4U - Q . , A ' Commii-lee lass of 76 Mary Scvoco - Vic Powers -- President Class Advisor ,l Mr. 0'Donnell we ,-. hp! f""X - e President, Lisa Gciffin - Secretary, Lisa Seltzer - Treasurer, Leslie fli 'R Q B i ., bl Class Officers Julie MacDonald - President Paul Fini -- Vice President Cheryl Dudley -- Secretary Linda MacLeod - Treasurer J 0 Class Advisor Mrs. Poulin wwe safe C ass of '77 M7 N711 22 '14 , '-V-121.11 . ARCHON I 975 .J .. 3 , , , . . .. e, W X5 ,bmsif-Hz,-:P wx -5 , ,Q If 5 , H 1 xt' - , , 'dur ,ygfbs .,., ,J ,Q 16 B 'A 'T 49K-gg .iq PM vw ml ,NM W I M7 41. W QQ W Z"'m'Wfi5zfx- ""i....,-..,., rv W ..-Q '7 Editors Editor-In-Chief - Mary O'Neil Assist. Editors - Jodi Sleeper Marianne Colonna Features - Terri Supnik Biography and Verse Marsha Lovitz Seniors - John Verrochi Sports - Jim Verdolino Elizabeth Spiri Reflections -- Cathy Merchant Faculty - Chris Arico Business - Debbie MacLeod Art - John Devaney Janice Moore Photography - Peter Hopkins 1 l rs x l Advisor - Mr. Dussault 99 ' Liierarg Magazine Editor in Chief Neale Miller Literary Editor Terri Supnlk Ari Editor Glenn Askin Advisor Mr Schlickman ,DZ Dana Guinta Janice McDougall Debby Glassman Debbie Zuk Camille Roth Jennifer Janson Robin Raphaelian Nancy Callahan Deborah Helfant Gfefchen CC'5P9" Jane Lothrop Doron Haendel . .k Lori Supnl SIDA! SI A 2' Advusor Mr Savage ix rfgat EDITORS Editor In Chief Anne Goldstern News Edltor Robert Greenbaum Features Edrtors Donna Berezm Erlc Theophlle Creatuvrty Editor Jane Pllsworth Exchange Edrtor Jenmfer Janson Sports Edutor JoAnne Glazer , X' 1r1""' .,,,.-.4- STAFF R Adamskl W Brodie Canter D Angelo Graham Loomns Marraszs N Miller C Mulr N Ramsland Supnvk Glassman Glew Haynes Merchant Raphaelran Sherman Supmk Allcroft Allcroft Gunner Welssman Wnlllamson Carp Helfant Kelly Loomis 1' ml' Officers President - George Patterson Vice President - Malva Slachowitz Secretary - Peggy Singer Treasurer -- Edith Canter Representatives Gary Breitbord Jim Verdolino Peter Goldstein Nancy Kelly Kathy Graham Jay Verrochi Alice Matthews Pam Ruccia Laurie Himml Rachel Rosenoff Sally Salovitz Lisa Benson Ken Kurtz Jim Kelly Brenda Fingold .lay Larson Advisor Mr. Hannigan Student Council Alternates Andrea Welling Nancy Leavey Teresa Mascioli Bonnie Fine Brian Bohanek Q? ln A if-ws' Qi Deborah Helfanf Geoffrey Brown .2-" Debaie Club Advisor: Mrs. Goyetfe Edith Canfer Craig Goldman Edward Harris Joseph Baker H. Robert Haberman David Proiansky 1. E -r4?'- if -H-Qld! Communitg ?ii,.f?f"' ' ani , 1 - x ur-a "' ,tw I FA if 1 ' J, , . 'W ' 'V". ' r-1' :fb -all f I ,th 1 .1 . fu ' 5449. lv,-my I .- 1 Al?- .-' . i' . vi v-.K -1 'l V fb el- .1 1 -434 'fo lr A' f-"' fft ,vf A v"f A: J, fa Ag, V9 - 'I ,VX VY ,, , WW, An 'ln.c1 AA Advisor - Mr. O'Brien .yvn. Af' YY A4 "T ef' it! gm VY 'A QV :CV ui 'fr' 'bd 'fb' 'Vi :qv AX Ffv '-hi YY vp" AA VY KA , .'f.',l hh HF' HA N. .ga 'wi YP 'Ui FEP' All da. A P 1 IA' . lb :QP "Ji P3 sf-1 2-4 arf 944' v! 244' J! 51' The program, unique in the Framingham area for its approach and the number of students involved, makes education a "community thing." Students work in elemen tary schools, in programs for children with special needs, in hospitals, nursing homes, day care centers, etc. 'Q--ct, Q Service "ff-1914.41 ,,, L. Dil K I . 2 is' . .4 , ,. -, f uv, U as I' A "' Z .' "7a.s?f 'IN ,W 1 'N 5. Az N. if 'Wang'-.. ,- Q ., . 1 A, ., , .Q JJ97? Tlx' grin' .J and Q, A -'FM W' . "V '12, is '- Xl , fi N! H4 . -, W ' ' ""s 1 ' mv, ' . '11 ' . .A s- . " .0 ill' Junior Classical League H.,-.Q an Advisor: Mrs Faherfy AXN Officers Erich Theophile, Edifh Canter, Bill Brodie Ricky McPhillips Bill O'Connell Joan Posey Alan Radlo Adam Rosenoff Cyndi Ross Ron Rubinoviiz John Savoca Aaron Sherman Bob Verdolino Judy Zimmerman Spanish Club ,F. -if fi 4 .-gs l i Beth Ezer, Presidenf Phil Stillma'n, V.P. Paula Luoma, Secretary John Holmes, Treasurer Carol Haynes Brenda Hayward David Woodworth Tracy Glick Gina Kapsalis Amy Yolafsky Lori Gofisegen Sue Weiner Judy Rosenberg Peggy Tolland W! Advisor Mrs. Brown ""!""'T"-'l"fJ J -9r"'r' M I """... ul!! I , I1-ll iv' QL' '14 " v BICgClB Ca, . 1 4- - . 5. L- .V . U '- j Manu Club le 'N-5 T.V. Clu 1' -xl- J P 1 , ,,, A! .':.' N W4' F I , A 'Mir Q. f 'll' Robert M. Chisholm Peter Madnick Robert J. Moran Jerome Palmer Richard S. Sol Richard Walunas Jeffrey Warren David Weisman Steven Zallen Advisor: Mr. Noonan 47' Advisor: Mr. Hari A.V. Club Joe DeAngeIes Chuck Dewar Dana Guinta Jimmy Lemmon Sandi Nelson Cindy Pease John Vargo Jim Wallace Advisor: Mrs. Helen Croreau .gr fr, American Field Service Karen Sievens in Rhodesia Walk Ta Togeiher. Togeiher Helle Lie From Denmark IQ? Dflicers ""1 .---4' ..-4-I" 1 Clu 'ix .Ig Y' vll. lllg 7 , 4 'X 1 ' '-.Z x . 'HT7 'ff fl' A I Keg W fag, FRNAT xo lub Direciors ' Il Front: G. Kokidko, Mr. Savage, S. Davis. Back: M. Larson, S. Dollins. lg. I Front: S. Jacobson, M. Tibberi, J. Mead. Back: S. Russell, G. Bufkus, M. Schiavi, M. Loughmon, J. Larson, B. Miller. - K Naiional Honor Sooieig Officers President - Mott Publicover Vice President - Pam Crohy Secretary - Michele Goulin Treasurer - Gayle Leinberry Seniors Juniors IIO Nahonal Meril Scholarship inalisis Robert Wigefman John Savoca Wllllam Brodie Mary O'Neil Ann Goldsfein Q Lei-ler of Commendalion Recipienis Front Row: G. Michelson, M. Publicover, G. Breifbord, J. Egasli, D. Filch, E. McCue. Back Row: T. Supnik, P. Crotfy, K. Kirk, K. Hellslrom, K. Graham, D. Rodler, P. Hopkins, M. Canlor. Missing: D. Blank, G, Heiligman, C. Beling. lll Performing Aris Club 135 Officers Kathy Hellstrom, Presidenf Kris Lundblad, Vice-President Judy Hertz, Corresponding Secretary Sue Roffer, Recording Secretary Donna Kearney, Treasurer ' I f I lrn Nb Choral Group nf aw' A . QS soo W .-imzs -' i 4 iff ' if sf, -gl, P4 f Y . 2 llfil I ii Y B X .19 -, Officers: Deborah Sohigian, President Kristin Hanke, Vice-President Deirdre Donn, Secretary Richard Grossman, Treasurer Members: Steve Barton Mary Connolly Mariie Dowd Roberta Flynn Anne Goldstein Heidi Leinonen Beth McCue Leslie Weissman Ellie Cynamon Michelle Fettweis Beth Ezer Krys Longworth Vicky Meretsky David Valovcin Wilbert Bowers Jeannine Wodtke 1 V05- f ff' K N, -av", -.,, qpwf' 4 f 4 I fl and N A Capella ... aqua mln Q 5 .i Ni 2 'uf E , 0 rch esira Y Y L s , x I Q, 4 w I 'I First Row KL-Rl: C. Humphrey, T. Mooncai, T. Senecol, M. Nollman, B. Lordan, A. Funk, T. Mesite, M. Winer, R. Melvin, E. Bilsky, W. Bowers. Second Row QL-RJ: P. Barrows, D. Donn, L. Rahming, D. Sohigian, H. Howard, H. Lundblad, M. Ramsbottom, V. Knepp, B. Dyer, W. Brodie, Third Row KL-RJ: M. Zwonik, C. Lott, N. Triano, J. Zimmerman, K. Davis, E, Tilger, B. Cohen, B. Ezer, J. Dowd, M. Schneider, P. Frink, D. Remillord. Fourth Row CL-Rl. T. Giles, J. Mailhot, R. Zwonik, M. Murphy, E. Honke, R. Zwonik, B. Caspersen, D. Walant, G. Nalepa, D. Valovcin. Missing: M. Frink, S. Norton, K. Melvin, E. Cynamon. FNH9 ' Band , f L 1 I . , nv- i LA Borgia Director T 1 -iib if l fi . l Cheerleaders 'ei V'v7" 4- rt! it ,X Q six WEQLL " 'f ff 'J-vu Q 'V -- 4 S ab -Lan l" iii X , I we 21 i VARSITY: From Top lL-Rl: E. Williams, S. Stumpf, A. Welling, N. Glew - Co-Capt., J. Lewis, D. Taricano - Co-Capt., T. Fitzgerald, N. Leavey, G. Swarfzwelder, E. McKee, S. Bryant, S. Jorgensen. V J 1 - ', , " V, N-lf, A W-' JUNIOR VARSITY: lL-Rl Front Row: A. Nicolazzo - Co-Capt., J. Paquefte, J. Paquehe - Co-Capt. Second Row: S. Snook, R. Byrd, R. Rodman, J. Tongman. Back Row: L. Kaufman, M. Dillon, L. Taricano, C. St. Marlin, M. Collanan, D. Mespelli. H6 l 517- - 3 A ,A M , l r sh ln, f all gg. yn ' ly- ' if-9, l' Front Row: S. Lovitz, Co-capt. D. Olson, Co-capt. L. Bagley, P. Mesite. Second Row: P. Bea ton, C. Ryan, D. Kearney, L. Seltzer, J. Jasurek, N. Bryant, K. Barry. 'w Ma jorel-tes Feature Twirler Bonnie Hegorty 13 -, f' r ! PM 0- 12' ii M FINE ,W ET N5 g W 7 1 Bar.- ...W W' -"1" -V-all Z A . C ,,,, lL-Rl: S. Massoth, M. Brihon, P. Singer, L. Corrigan, J. Drugan, T. Mascnoll M I ug K. Lynch, K. Flonnigan. CO-CAPTAINS: Val Dias, Sharyn Greisdoff. MAS COT: Party Perini. l H8 Front Row: Kim Sweeney, D. Taralleri M. Scvoca, W. Dudley, N. Bell, D Nichols, E. McManus, A. MacDonald V. McAnulfy, K. Donlin. Back Row: L Gaffin, C. Miller, P. Ruccia, P. Kelly P. Merchant, B. Hayward, E. Role Karen Sweeney. I nl! , 5 "'Hl'V 'L S A Y in , 'E AF' " 2 Q. S , w 0 X . 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Karen Gremley ......AnnGoIdstein Discotheque Dancers . . . . . .Lenny Santamaria Barry Loomis Kathi Haynes Directed by: Mr. Paul Minicucci i 4' K4 1 . Ju eg: ,Aft N 4 ,, 1 I i 3 if-5 J Freshman Mkx- MF? fu? iff? .. .A 5 o f o Compehhve --Sw u fy J u n i o r Sophomore 'X f 2 f K' 7' 46,70 6 Flllll' B5 V I' I' 'ff lv 5+h A n n u a I M U S i c a I Feb. I3 and I V ! W Z . 2 I 'w x 1' my .F if X 5 1-igf 1 5:0 N' al" 1 -N ' -E7 fri ' .f-Bill I 1-,':f,f1:,3.i-Fyffif ' if V fx 1 V 5, A gf' , , ' , 54,5 . ,. if L5 Awwvl Z ' 3 J V - Q , , '. , ,rf x K. v V 1 ' 2 , ,mu :K Y.'.'j ,rv Q . T" 2 "' g 594' 'gk E H94 sew? L- YQ' ,gif 'A tl 'ZR Vkfufhfl 3 4, 3. ,sf V. -4 ,. 4. . ,'wm.,,,u3 , V 'N' "' -v-ww-F -,,- ,...-M, v w---m.,.,N 'GA-f . " Za . 1 134 f 2 1 ,. , - I an f J gig 5 K , fi x 3 , L ,A . an W' ' n 1 NK A 5 -vb .-,J is v A 3 A, , EX Y" if ff, 4 4. 4 5 v I 4 2 v 1 3 5 lm t s 2 S 2 C SQL 4-'-.NJ 1 'w F 5 M Y s,'4'6x 5' J. , 1 da :V -. at I g e,QJQ?'Zai,. . J' , 421 x WSJ 5. as MA , M ,, gn . f , W- 5 , 1 5 , ? v A 1.',,tC'K ' 4 I if Ll G' Z N ,:. ' ' fg ef x N--,-..,,. 1 REL 41,7 M 1 2 72 fa' E 15" lu , Aa. W' ,, , 7 I ., Q , , 2 Q' ' 'Un 'nut' ,A I. f ' fi 9'2g4f'I12'.f, 'K , 1-1-11 an -un- . K -4 1 N74 N... ' 4 W L ,I JH I' t lt' J I I an If 43 B ' ' K 1 it Q- Y 1 A, A "Fl i',,,.'n ll. Q v .ta ..c . :wx S-J I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Sporis Field Hockeg Cross Counirg Swimming Soccer Fooiball Baskefball Ggmnasiics Indoor Track Wresiling Hockeg ield Hockeg 109' ,, . ,, ' 3 ' , 3 A K, ,W . , .4 .5 . ' , ' Y , - 1 ,,, ch I Q .9 72 cf , . A i , 1 1 lL to Rl lst Row: M. Cimino, L. Powers, S. Greengloss, H. Veum lCaptcinl, A. Jonick, L. St, George. lL to Rl 2nd Row: Coach P. Jezukowicz, M. Boisvert, J. Tcarbox, D Wilson, K, Marx, C. Schirmer, L. Knepp, D. Allcrofl. .xg KY' ggi? 'j , N 1 5 Q' 1 .Y A . My., Holly Veum - Captain , , ' ,3 - r C i X I ,- 2, S '.. A , xr f I L V 3 Marie Cimino Carol Schirmer Won - - , I Losi - L -an i Coach P.Jezukawucz ,v-.v-v .., .. 5...-4, . uw. ,, N4 10. if if if B .1 . . B ' s ,. At Y, . vv A K - QL to Rl lst Row: V. Palmer, M. Millefte, S. Dimmanna, K. Bush, D. Millehe, C. Samra, L. Knight, Y. Numley. QL to RJ 2nd Row: Coach C. Bingham, J. Devenany, V. Knepp, D. Moquin, R. King, M. Anzalone, K. Sebas- tian, T. Suhon. vvxuww' -1-', x.: ' , l ' A. vm V, -, . f fa P' ' af I A in '.. .1 Bw MS' Y V I A H-'uf M. ,il -in '-5. ,, J Y -.,4.T'.- J9f"' ' 2 U f H ' as' we .- D" X' 1 wb" rf 1,1-fs-W -. . . o K QL to RJ ls1Row: S. Burke, M. Ramsbofforn, M. Brown, G. Verrochi, D. Owen, D. Owen, E. Plunkefi. KL1o RJ 2nd Row: D. Bryant, P. Polly, B. Bumpus, K. Sebastian, M, Anzalone, R. King. K E. U I f rbiw iff ,. E1 J ...MW 1 bf 'N :U V. ,og ' -f W2 , lg 1- ' .M . ' ' "Y, 'kj wfigfjf ' . lf: Co-Captain Tom Dcvift Won: Q Losiz 7 " if-W4 3.-- .. .2 4 2 -1 ,I 9 Z 'V' . 2' . f' -5 fm. ...fm 1v f""f"" 1 . 2 Q51 ,Q .L "-'N i 'tg gf Ti", ' '-.G 5. TNQ! Cross Counhfg , . .A 44 .. f ' ' .ww -ngjg 1 H '. V nf' ' 'f,, - , 6 4. ,. x -,. ,, ,,,,, .M '1 ' " , ' ff, ""'a1fv. 5" . + 'f fA'xfff"'P2 . V , . ,y. we f- 4.4 , A ' ' ' J ...iii -Q. .3- ..: ,M Q 1 .fy1.:1:w-Wai. Co-Captain Bill Bove Q ITF ,Q---H , ., V ff, 1wfz,""""f - ' - f - J . 'H'z,43A."f 'ff ' A ,-, -1 if 4'aWW4wf.f2.gfyff Jw : ' W' ...M f z f , f .. 'iz -d 'M 452- :im ,ll ,.,..,I.2,.- . , , uf gf" ,fy , 1 , ,v 'gy-f,,,, . , ' 4' gf - ,SQL -. .L-:mnma..M,. , f I-Z'ff?w11. f1..-M... T ., VARSITY: IL-RJ Front Row: P. Souer, Co-Capt. B. Bove, Co-Capt. T. Dovih, E. Boyer. Second Row: Coach Conlin, D. Daley, M. Cullinone, M P. Hough, M. Loughman. Bock Row: B. McGreal, Mgr. T. Giles. .Wx ,, 3' 1 Q J.V.s: lL-Rl Front Row: R. Joyce, R. Remillard G. Lyon, M. Donnellan, B. Latshow, J. Rous- seau, K. Short, M. Moquin. Second Row: C. Lacey, G. Geller, S. Baum, S. Nivargikar, H Cohen, D. Radler, A. Rachwal, E. Palmer. Back Row: J. Balunas, T. Antonucci, R Huleott, B. Bladt, J. Walker, J. Gerding, M. Pinocchio, M. Winer. I 7 i P 4 'lqygffg ,, - , V N :Q V 3 if ,Z V , N ' Q QQ 4 l 1 .1 ' 4' ' .5 ' 1 , -. i " ' - -M V 7 Y ' 1, . In A W Vim' , L-'fb " . 5' , ' gm?-'Lf' t f?fA',1.,- + . .. , 'V he J 'i -J Jziqyli . H J . 4- in ' 1 X lf' E 1 r ' ' ff.. ll 'E 4, ' A is H' R '1 'f-f" 3 -3:22233-J-Q5 ',-. , X --f' I.f 5 ' , .,., . V t " ii' A ' ' - R J i"' ff .. . ' A 3 . R ,J Q 1 W is K " V if .vlm i f 5 1 . mffii i ,J Q' ' '.-' Q . J W- . 1 if ff' 1, 5 Q1 -1 1 4' J ' if -A J. f . 1 ' .ar - , f , 12.3. - v 513111. 3. ' " ff nj . I ..,,f. . fn . .- P. N V .EQ 4 JL? Q l ,JAM - Y 1 M N , . 2 l if l i' J l fi l l 4- , M, 0 V, ,, 1,-gg., l X, " F -,. 1 A J f - . , A. ' 2 mn. , 'Wai YH W V M-.A , ,.,7,,,,,,, .,,...,...... t , .,.. ..,..,. 'L ...,.. . ,fa V ' This year's cross country team, captained by senior Tom Davitt and Junior Bill Bove, started off with a big win against cross-town rival South to retire the WKOX trophy. However, unforeseen casu- alties intervened to create problems. Despite the iniuries, members of the team put their legs together to earn respect for the school. .W sg WKOXTROPHY 2 it .' ' tl " fl' ' E ' 1 X 3 Q v kj 'Q 4 X . z' ' ' 'c QM x 5 I 1 z. 1: '. t '4 .31 .W +I . Q fI,,fq1. X- . ' A I di' 1 I vi! 4 ' ' . , 4+ ""?2f1...:'. f.2,"' . . .4 V- 4-. ' . En,s1' N l D I - f ' . I! E 'fm ir. , w ,Q . ' 'BV v , 0 1 1 ff- Q F I 5 ' ' ni. MH.. , ku. 4 , .. ,, -."N, , , fi i 5 l Swim Team . K. ,QJXS 1 h A W 'U , Xx K iw gr X A ' p xJ'1'LL x 'J 1 MQ A KL to RJ Sitting: N. Codyer, K. Ferran, P. Day tCo-Capt.J, C. Ryan, L. Pavia, K. Salovitz, M. Savoca. QL to Rl Kneeling: L. Buron, W. Bayer, L. Yeager fCo-Capt.J, J Schelong, C. Hine, S. Hanney, C. Dudley. KL to Ri Standing: Coach H. Lufkin, S. Salovitz lmanagerj, N. Aptt, B. Bohanek, J. Feuersanger, J. Matterazzo, R. Foxe, K Davidson. CL to RJ Diving Board: K. Fitzpatrick, B. Corrigan, K. Bowman, P. Murtagh, B. Parad, L. Bennett, M. Fitzpatrick, C. Swansburg, S. Snook, B. Pomstein, M Knapp, M. Kantor, J. Gaven, M. McAvoy. Won - Lost - Co-Captain Laurie Yeager Co-Captain Peggy Day V w Coach H. Lufkin This was the first year for a swim team here at North. With great coaching by Mrs. Heather Lufkin, they had a successful season, a winning 4-3 record. Just goes to show that a lot of team spirit and hard work have beaten the odds. Looking forward to bet- ter seasons in years to come. V I My! I ' 1 . X , 1 i l Y , 1 R , , V E F I , l f F P ' ' ' W ' " :iw-4,4 l I ! . - - N.: .ui ' X ID M' I' 353 5 VARSITY: QL-Rj Front Row: K. Kurtz, D. Olmsteod, L. Pcpudellis, D. Miller, M. Libenson, J. Currcn, M. Herrick. Second Row: A. Hettinger, K. Wood, R. McKenna, R. Papodellis, P. Wright, J. Blitz, S. Beling. Back Row: Coach Wheeler, M. Brcvermon, P. Anzolone, G. Sulkin, Co-Capt. J. Egcsti, Co-Capt. J. Kurtz, J. Porticelli, T. Kallmerten. Missing: K. Gilgcllon. Soccer , r A A. .fg . Q F 1 A 1 M 1 re . .r f ' R 'M 'F' QQ' 5 .hxgrv are , 1, - M ,445 .V . .Q I - "nf: r 4 ,Ac ' ' at if xx' ' u',',..,: . W ' ' : . 4 'fri' '- 4 ' " 74 f, i 'M 9. H' 2. -. '7"'if'."'3 Ay. " -,Bri .fm Q 1 46 Co-Captain Jamie Egosti Coach Wheeler Co-Captain Jeff Kurtz ' al'4r","21 -,L 1 .. HMM P. '- -' 'iz 4 4- 'lblvnf 4 . ' 'L-4 uw --7: an...-.. W--4. :....+: ."' f.,'f"-1 .. .,'-.-, .. 5' v 4 .. V ,Hy - 5 A, .1 A sf JWL 3'!M'?U3'f!i E, In e V V - A U 'af Sophomore Lou Popcdellis J' ." 1 W Se mf A , - y U ' sui . . ,5,.,'Q- -SCJQQQ RICO . . . Leading Scorer Kevin Wood Q if Af' Won. 6 Losi. 8 Tied: Q ' i 38 4 ,, 5 Q .,L"di'N. . - - il' r h D .KV 4,1 ygfuwi ,' ' 'L A - " ' ' . W. 1 A? , . ,L A35 4 'Yi " ff A I. ig Q A .2-,-,, - N Jamie, Rico, and TK . . . The Spartan Scoring Machine 14" ' -J' "" .ry S' iff? '-, .ii ' uf'-gf "f 'tjlia 't l FS, ' '+I' OUCH! This year's soccer team was, despite a below five hundred finish, offensively explosive and exciting to watch. Co-Captains Kurtz and Egasti led the young Spartans to a respectable fourth place finish in a tough Bay State League. Led by high scorer Jerry Particelli the Spartan offense tallied more goals than any preceding North soccer team. The team, which had four sophomores and only five returning lettermen, turned in some thrilling efforts, including a l-l deadlock with league champi- ons Needham and a 3-O destruction of crosstown rival South. Included on the team were first string all- stars Jamie Egasti and Lou Papadellis. 148 eva parian Foolball Q C X .1-.W ........, .h...-,,...- .Y A .- - l VARSITY: lL-Rl Fronf Row: D. Mead, Slebbins, Church, Schneiderman, Ruben, Giorgio, Co-Capt. Beling, Co-Capt. Gallagher, Rich, Hedrick, Schiavi, Allen, Winn, Paherson, Coach lnsalaco H Second Row: McMahon, Terrio, Benneff, Pearo, Martino, Adams, Zinck, Lauginiger, McLean, Celorier, Boiardi, Allcroh, Maguire, Palmer, J. Mead, Coach Caputo. Back Row: A. Dir. Bill Sum 1 mers, Coskie, Napoleon, Robidoux, McGinfy, Daly, Swindell, Hogan, Tarlow, Melvin, Barry, Giammarinaro, Giangregorio, Powers, Hill, Smith, Trainer Coppola, Coach Kavanaugh. I i l 1 l F"""'S S-.-f-1-4 , Q s ll ,ii J, : QP " E .5 - 5,9957 l P , A L M l b H 1 ' Q 'QTL . , f g Q N., Y - l fl' A 'V A- v ly . , , K uuu """"""""' Q l . 0 , X Ki ' .-.- s for ' Q: - O , 2 . Jil? 5 lem ' A Bob Rich 149 7 All-Star Beling M514 Q 'il - ,Q Si I -'h1---- John Gallagher f 9111-1g91Gf C o a c h e s .ravi 1 Y? This year's football team displayed an outstanding enthusiasm that even a 2-8 overall record couldn't diminish. The team was co-captained by seniors Craig Beling and John Gallagher, who exhibited excellent leadership in the fine Spartan tradition. One ofthe high points of the season was the game with Super Bowl champs Natick, in which the tenacious Spartan defense allowed only ten points before losing IO-6. This was the last season for Head Coach Angie lnsalaco, who com- piled an overall 48-46-6 record during his coaching career at North High. Craig Beling lleft to Rightl: T. Coppola, V. Caputo, A. lnsalaco,.E. Kavanagh. W T301 'VT Freshmen 31 'F' 5 ,J 5 ff D .f,-115-5-'il-2 ,f ' -,f, ,Q ,A , .- ' ', A ' f fl fl f2Ufffgi 1, . 151 M" " Q Ke :xwfrml V1 iw f. x, , its qu YU - ,W L UU , 2 ,U W 1 . . -.fs U U wr? U 'I , , X U A U , .ta vw IL' V I 1-r Q . A , , . 1. 1 'G 5 - ,U . 4 X w 'M 'Rx' 0 , J' X i I f 1 1 X .- 01 ' fc 1' ' Ns 'lu' . ' p 4 4 , . 1' 1 f ' K' L35 I 3 ,x tl' ,f V I fi 4 he . . - uf ,Fw 'w Y ' fy' A n W' The huddle . . . We We A, V- - e f ,U UU U ' I' . U 4 wmv: JQUW' . UU U UU UU., .,, ,U ., W, ,, ,WE U. -V '-max , , - 5 ff' 1 ' 4 , 1 5- bkiw , ' A r l ' ' U31 ,V+-LWQWUU U f U nv ' , W' 5 w- b 7' My y 1, ,, .H . 4 49 1- 1 W ' -if w S '14 ' Z' 'E ' A 1 J ds I 1 x ' 1' , " ' " f 1""',,w ,ffm gk, MA , , ,W 'K --we ' 'CY' 444'y' I ffffiil ophomore sensation , 1 me UUUU 4 , U . . U f Nell Napoleon V z f ffbh , , , , ' :UUE UUU 'QU U U X M TZA " ""'1'4 5 A , ls- ' iii? ' , sl . .the snap . . .Q4P1. "" "'- we . 1 Qw3f'L2i.U.en URRRUUU1 U U- V , f' 1 1 ' '1 'P Q n 4 n 'Q - .ff ' V A Y .1 h. F" 1 f, - . U U Y. Q Nu .S sl ' D 'S 'T d I . ,X sU? 't'laf's - In 'f . U ' .M s hh L , . A e , Q 1 , if ' 12' V' j ,, , . U " J I U -an e A We ' .' li- V ' fw:.,4-p 4 v U - UU U UUUUU UU , 1 U xxiffii-U,-U ff' 'ff 5" ,UU 1" U, 5 ' - . -L - ' . ,, J,o3,'3"f. ' U., ,. .m. . . the handoff . . ww, ,, ,U 'C 44? . . . . Touchdown!! ...,g,'g-fy 'Ju U C O 3 f AS' 3 i n , S .1 Greg Hagopian Dan Comisky Front Row QL-Rl: S. Krasnoff, T. Sarnoluk, G. Hagopian, Co-Capt, D. Comisky, Co-Capt., D. Alpert, K. Smith, D. Capasso, Assistant Coach Sud- myer. Second Row QL-RJ: R. Keilty, rngr., J. Stevens, mgr., R. Hedrick, T. McMahon, M. Schiavi, M. Werner, R. Linet, E. Hill, D. Fitch, Coach McDevitt, Assistant Coach Salvi, Assistant Coach Antonioli. Bob Hedrick The crowd . . . an important factor Rick Linet The Spartan basketball team finally arrived in "75." Behind Co-Captains Greg Hagopian and Dan Comisky, the Spartans overcame early season losses, playing with their backs to the wall to finish up with an l I-7 record. This made the team eligible for the State Tourna- ment for the first time in North's history. Center Hagopian averaged T4 points and T3 rebounds per game and was named to the BSL all-star team. Other seniors contributing to the winning effort were Rick Linet, Bob Hedrick, Steve Krasnoff, and Don Fitch. Juniors Dave Alpert, Eric Hill, and Tim McMahon will be the nucleus of next year's Spartan team. -1 Lcf 1lV'i.l+-1 Won -ll Lost - 7 ..- lx YH sc ,ff t ? 'f 1 4 V9 Y. A 6' c x 1 MKS. , , Y, 'L gy.. 'Q X, x Q wf 45' Steve Krasnoff xx f---L v' -.., K E 2 -'Q 1 Q . ,v 1-V , s, ' iQx.' , 1 at a Tim McMahon 9 Dave Alpert Don Fitch Coach McDevitt Eric Hill Junior Varsiig I Freshmen Qophom askeiball V2 l l . V C . ,, , il E . 4 . - . . f .. "" i ' ' Y ln y I Q L . i l 5 Front Row lL-Rl: H. Veum, L. Sf.George, L. Powers, M. Cimino, S. Greenglass, D. Wilson. Back Row lL-Rl: C. Schirmer ICO-Coptainl, J. Quinlan lCo-Captainl, N. Apft, M. Conway, L. Knepp, M. Boisvert, Coach C. Bingham. l M '- fl -. Q W .. ,A l Junior c Won: 6 l Varsiig if Lost 4 ' ' QI 'ill .f ,1. f C I I . f ww y 3U ,y ff L A L L f 1 1? Ku' 1, X J It X . , 4n. y xx " 'N in s., l ' I . ' I V 'M ' SENIORS lL-Rl: Holly Veum, Carol Schifmer, Joan Quinlan, Nancy Aph, Marie Cimino, Coach Bingham. in. l 56 Coach Bingham advises. i I 1 Front Row lL-Rl: T. Brunelle, J. Smith, L. Cohen, E, Brown lco-captainl, J. Egasti lco-captainl, T. Smith, R. Lunsford, P. Hewett. Back Row IL-Rl: M. Flana- gan, P. O'Neil, B. Dunton, B. Donnellan, K. Weissman, R. DiManno, M. Flanagan, Coach Ted Steeves. Missing: B. Berryman, C. DiManno, B. Ross. Z , I . -if 1 i 1 ti. pam i 4. .mu 'Q Brad Donnellan Won:7 Lost: I 158 Gymnastics QT 75 Jamie Egasti Mark Flanagan Displaying great talent and determi- nation, the Spartan gymnasts placed second in the Bay State League this year. The team was led by Coach Ted Steeves and captains Jamie Egasti and Ed Brown. Other individuals contributing to the success of the team were iunior Cliff DiManno on high bar, and sopho- mores Mark Flanagan on floor, Paul O'Neil on side horse, and Roger Luns- ford on rings. The only loss of the season was to state champs Braintree. The Spar- tans, being a young team, expect to top Braintree in future seasons. N ,K xx! Paul O'Neil ' "lil ., ' V' , , -, , , ..,..- MM W V 'ggaqzjrfi' " .Quinn-aus-L..-' " ' . ' T"'f ' L ci-',7Z,1' I ., p. mix!- 'I wi r x. x X . 4 .., l 'K If-5 . 'K-any f -.,. F. , ?.4,,.-ff , Cliff DiManno N, if 5? Ed Brown 169' M2254- ifajiq A V, 4 2 '.. 3 , A i f L4 y 2 ' ' 31' . "9 t ,, 'JL ' -, j l 1 M, Bill Berryman 2 ' .v i' 7, 3 .. x V - if 1 .5 ww-1' Jamie Egasfi Xf' W I X Co-captains Jamie Egasfi and Ed Brown. Y Ggmnasiics I i 4. 2 -'lar-..,, i 1 1 f 1 P 'N . xr, lv r A 1 ' , X , -N f X , 'Wm -A Front Row KL-RJ: K. Ferran fco-captj, K. Lallen, K. Dow, B. Hegariy, V. Merefsky. Second Row IL-RJ: E, Heckman, L. Taricano, K. Gaudet, R. Waxman, S. Snook. On Beam Rl: V. Meadows, L, Pavia, J. Gregorio, S. Cooper, N. Mitrano, K. Sebasiian. On Unevens KTABJ: S. Scagnelli, D. Particelli. Missing: D. Dallamora lco-capf.J, C. Sf. Martin, Bonvini, K. Goldman, K. Salovitz, M. Slachowifz fmanagerl. Karen Salovitz uw' ' IL A hdtv. wi Vx Bonnie Hegarty Donna Porticelli This year's girls' gymnastics team had a very successful season. With help from Coach Heather Lufkin, they placed second in the Bay State League, with a record of lO-l. The all-around competitor for this year was Kyle Goldman, who did an out- standing iob. Other members of the team who turned in excellent perform- ances were senior co-captains Karen Ferran and Denise Dallamora, seniors Bonnie Hegarty, Sue Scagnelli, Elaine Heckman, junior Donna Particelli, and freshman Carol St. Martin. 1 l l 1 1 ' Kyle Goldman X V 5 Won:lO Karen Ferran Lost: I Elaine Heckman an fb Y-27 I f K Q l ,. 4'-' 2 si M 1' t , N Co-captain Denise Dallamora, Coach Lufkin, Co-captain Karen Ferran. l6l lndoor Track Front Row QL-Rl: R. Joyce, R. Levergood, P. Janiak lcapt.l, R. Papadellis lcapt.l, C. Lacey lcapt.l, A. Tolland lcapt.l, B. McGreal, J. Balunas. Second Row QL-Rl: K. Short, M. Ewald, S. Brown, J. Brown, D. Weeks, M. Cullinane, M. Gordon, P. Hough, P. Sauer, M. Loughman. Third Row IL-Rl: Coach Trychon, B, Williamson, M. Libenson, J. Blitz, D. Moquin, K. Melvin, A. Janiak, J. Walker, S. Nivargikar, R. Huleatt, J. Neshe, R. Little, J. Gerding, K. Meredith, Coach BIanchette.Missing1 D. Daley, T. Hopkins, C. Merchant, G. Askin. Phil Hough Although posting a disappointing l-8 record, the Indoor Track Team, led by captains Randy Papadellis, Chris Lacey, Andy Tolland and Peter Janiak, ran with tremendous pride and was always con- sidered a tough team to beat. l62 Coach Trychon, Andy Tolland, Chris Lacey, Pete Janiak, Randy Papadellis, Coach Blanchette. Ann Janiak Rich Levergood Outstanding individual performers were: Bob McGreal - 600 yd., Chris Lacey and Dan Daley - l00 yd. and Mark Libenson - shotput. Those qualif- ying for the state meet were Phil Hough - mile, Mike Loughman - 2 mile, Randy Papadellis - 50 yd., Tom Hop- kins - 300 yd., and Andy Tolland - high iump. Other seniors adding depth to the team were Rich Levergood, Randy Joyce and Glen Askin. The team was also inspired by record- breaking performances in the girls' divi- sion by Ann Janiak and Donna Moquin. - uv. ag f I Wrestling Front Row lL Rl J Nola D Daly W James M. Silverman, S. Beling, C. Beling lcaptainl, M. Moquin, K. McLea D Deyoe Back Ro lL Rl G Allcroft R Daley E Balbon B Bo man M Shambe g, P. Winn, J. Daley, A. Jones, J. Remillard, Coach E. Kavanagh f Q 'O 1 Q K ,i The wrestling team came on strong at the end of the season, winning 3 of the last 4 meets to even their record at 6-6. The Spartans were in every match and have an excellent team returning. ln post season action, North did well, placing four wrestlers in the sectionals. Craig Beling llstl, Greg Allcroft l2ndl, Steve Beling l3rdl, and John Nolan Mthl all went to the state meet. Craig Beling became North High's second state champ with a 21-0 record. 1 I s f Left to Right, Front Row: S. Davis, J. Casey, B. Nou, S. Kearney, B. McGaughey, A. Zonghetti, P. Mackay. Back Row: Coach Minarsky, P. Goldstein, R. Byrd, S. Scully, K. Wenzell, S. Conti, G Giorgio, G. Gonthier, D. Kiefer, B. Fitzgerald. . i N Kurt Wenzell 9 e n i i s L . ..,... i. -Un . ..,,-'r Hockeg i i l L-R: Co-Capt. Steve Davis, Coach Minarsky, Co-Capt. Kurt Wenzell. 4 Won: 8 i i ,Lostz I5 .... ' a r Y it ' U 1 The Spartan hockey team had a disappointing season, but in spite of its 3-I 5 BSL record l8-l 5 overalll, there were some bright spots in the season. One of these was the super play of Co-Captain and Goalie Steve Davis. His fantastic net minding skills were rewarded with an All-Star selec- tion from the Bay State League. Co- Captain Kurt Wenzell was the leading scorer forthe Spartans, he lit the lamp 6 times and added I2 assists for a total of I8 points. Another good point was the prom- ising play of the sophomore line of Art Zonghetti, Jim Casey, and Bill McGaughey. These three hockey players will undoubtedly bring two more fine years of hockey for coach George Minarksy. in 11' lf? I I :rf A'! "X, -4 I 7 I 1. If , iff I If ff fl? Dove Aucoin J.V.'s -no - .. , . ,am ,M . 1, A- 45, ale.. . reshmen I, 54" V? Dove Hollis ' Pg, sfo s Eff S fix' xd s Qs A U1 s I TJ s o G a s I X Q L..fX-!Lsx.fLfXJf , "Eduoa+ion is a social process . . . Educaiion is growih . . . Educaiion is noi preparaiion for life: Educaiion is life i+seIf." -John Deweg ifflliifvi I ' ' 5 - V A -'vi-fag'-Q-4 TX if 5 , Ki' i e ' 2 z., Ns.. ,I fr at - -,., , . xv, 1 J- I X. Q, A. , -' fl V il .N jt cal Mr. Gallagher - Principal Involvement! More than any other thought I could share with you, involvement has to be the keynote. Your class stayed involved academically, socially, athletically, and in the community at large. This type of education bespeaks the possibilities of acquiring that extra something which exceeds the text book. Your class has set the pace for others. Your contributions to North High will be emulated by those who come after you. The legacy of involvement does not terminate with Commencement. But rather, it is the touchstone for you and others. As I review your career at North, I can only conclude that you, as a group, will attain those elusive goals that never come quickly enough. Foundations for those goals are built today, not in all your tomorrows. That which you do now helps construct that framework of success that will surely be yours. Best wishes and Godspeed. 7QQl,,,.,,Qiil, JQIOVU. X W A w 5 5. Mr. Hart fa an . 17 ,J Ifli ix Him J' Mr. Kropp -.1-1""' Adminisiraiion I4 fy Mr. Flynn Mr. Flaherty - Administrative Intern -'15 Mr. Edmond i 171 :J ypgw, f 3 vi .9"' . J A JN L v...MW,f,,. n"'f U .A -' -eve-ri-vw V ' 2 , V-12, L ' . -J N.. ., v, .- A'ff'if,' A . 3 - " I WYE ., - f iv , . . 'F ,re Us - 1 l, . P r 'J . .g wr? ,ar 4 1. -f I .. -j?"',,,, LH M 2 ' Y ff it W -. A! -N 6 1 in if ng ii V haf 1 ' ' . SR M.. az- P , 3. f . , A Y ,f-www. rg U . . V , - M-. Q M12-sygwl , 1 - ,I - . 1 d ,,. 4-.-. ,if X- WN. '-q ' A - . f ' " -, N- , A A Y, xl ', xxx .M F-' - . 4 , 1 '. ir., ,i 5 . J, rm.. '.-7 ' , .'.' ,X 5.0 Miss Kosky Mr. White - Director 11 Mmm 4: Guidance . 2 1 M I in -- ex Mr. DeCoste Mrs. DeNobIe '4' 4 , OO 4: o' ' rr. gi D I -Z ye f L, -,gf I f fa? 1 ,' Mr. Pike Mrs. McGcrrahan - Secretory , x1:J,, 'b 41. age .Q O O 0.x 0. 0000" f VO tux '..'4.x oh 'Q "Nanny Q O O OSNQ J 5 1 . I3 N'f'n Q.: ...fy Miss McNally Mr. MacLeod Cf' Mrs. Manning - Secretory Mr. i er-f ,A King Miss Whalen 1?""" W H ,,,MggJ.QL4L--Y ff 5 Xl Mrs. Sudzmo Mr. Reedy M .WLM-., ,A , ,Q fl! l1f?5ff9"f?i Ill 11,019 '5' g xg, 4 fr, rim rp. mme K ,. . U... .MM . lr Q'-TW .,,. , pf, gr ,fffrmv r ' 1 ,ZX X, Miss Edmond Mrs. Koronc Secreiaries ,L 4 4 1 Qi ur Ml K 1 ',F .u ,- Ng -9 1 Mrs. Ametti Mrs. Maenpaa 1,11 ,., -LD f' ? X 'V G x Q L " 'T 4 . V .. Y 'IH ' 4'h , A Mrs. Sexton Mrs. Arnotf 174 ' I V Mefco Mr. Modest Mrs. Robbins Medical Ms. Hull Crisis Counselor Mr. Groyden Work Qiudg Mrs. Mclver Mr. Dada Mrs. DuBey Mrs. Emery Independeni Learning Cenier I7 W-1? Mr. Jolie 4 I C 'O s . for r Audio-Vlsual , ..-:-::-::- Mrs. Pillie Wifi Mrs. Crouteou Librar Comgmfer Room if .wp Q. ur - X V A bl ,S W. a vi q.mM Sn! ll Mr. Noonan b F -. W A A 'W' asf, K r '-' I: iii' J , ' Jw- . 0 2 ,MAF ' 'A -J Zi EMAFAQ Mrs. Ford Drlver Ed ucahon Mr. som nw Wines .V .-,- ,.,,.M,.,,, -annum-p... Shaman limp Inu-sd-nw ns-away' A ww .,f,...,, V. , f. -MW M 4. f ,- .4 5 2' Q X f' 1 , yi If V , if if K o , Mr. George Mr. McGillivrcy Mr. Cardoni Phgsical Education 1 l M I , ' , .fl l, l , if ,fl gl' ,N XA I 0 l Q I Q", : ffl! l , , i ' li ' A llffa .l .Xl XX Mr. Summers - Athletic Director Mrs. Lufkin nys, Q Miss Bingham I I 1 I Mrs. Mathieson Mr. Caputo Miss Jezukawicz , 2 1 ,, 5 I - l Mr. lnsalaco Mr. Kavanagh Mr. Martino The labor ofthe body relieves us from the fatigues of the mind" - La Rochefoucauld 177 an "The discovery of d' h d HOITIQ 1252 folsfheoes happiness of man 0 h - ECODOITIICS L'1ol'IfQT.'f"'m'Y - Brillaf-Savarin Mrs. Gallagher I i X10- 'Q-7 K ,F vi ! r- Mrs. Elliot Mrs. Welling Mrs. Fitzgerald Mrs. Kempler Mrs. Driscoll "Genius begins greot worksg lobor olone finishes them" -Joseph Joubert Mr. Luparelli - Supervisor Mr. Cervossi Mr. Copuano Ind usirial Arls Mr. Feindel Mr. Pollard Mr. Wilson X . .-.f fl K? K i Mr. Reynolds Mr. Houmere Mr. Kosky I .s I Ari Mr. White Miss Somers 'V' 5 E I Mr. Chen "Art is a lie that enables us to realize the truth Pablo Picasso N Mrs. LaFolleHe Mr. Maselli W Music fi "Music expresses that which cannot be said , and on which it is impossible to be silent" ' - Victor Hugo Mr. Borgia Miss ConwaY IBO l Mr. Tivnon Mrs. Myrick fx .41 xii quam. Z Miss Kirby - Dept. Head Business "Skill to do comes of doing" Emerson Mrs. Spito Ml, x f CJ' x , , 1 -A 1, , , 1 K,ih.If'l1,f1,.'lf,l if 1' g -fx iw 'X Vrxidvx x MWAVHW J , f, .H .Wm Mr. DeII'OIio Q? Qilii tx V N 'ik 2 ,. , ,' 1 ,- , J , 1 4. f,fv, r i , , I . , v . 1 . ' X . A f x X , . ' 1 xx , ,X , -X ' 1 . ,yi "- ii-i,--. f I f,,,j54,' v I I . , 1 Miss Lonergon Engli h T' Mr. Whelan - Dept. Head Mrs. Whittaker -i X f., K n . 1 J 1 Mrs. Giannakakis Mr. Smith Miss Terry 5 Miss Crowley 4 4 x , K, 1 4- P' , 4 1 1 Z 1' JI . 1, X 1 Mr. Savage Miss McCarthy Mr. Minarsky Mr. Minicucci M' If QA 2-Z I-11 Y i 3-K 'U' Mr. Nollman Miss O'Hara Mr. Hayden "When you reread a classic, you do not see more in the book than you did before, U i i Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Dunn 11 YOU See ITIOFG in you than there was before." - Clifton Fadiman . -fin '- ,pm or Y i Mr. Donovan Mr. Fortier Miss Patari Mr. Schlickman Mrs. Grain I X Mr. Hannigan Mr. Conlin 'E Andr6 - Dept Head A -1: Q I 'U Mr. Antonioli Mr. Lutender A sl' gjlf YE. f '75, . 5 - ' z?ia2, M Y'4Q:f1,,q. QGZJQ54, JE9f.f9.' ' '-feaffrtif 2.29i.l?.wt 505.292-33 Mr. Merrlll A -91-fffxaffa . f'1f9f':5"f.1'1i" Mr. DiDomenico Mr. Falco Mr. O'Donnell Mrs. Quigley Mrs. Martino Mrs. Derro "Mathematics possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty" - Bertrand Russell 1, 'f' , I I Social Qiudies f' iii Mr. Bayes -- Dept. Head 1,1 'P I 1 s ' ' if Mr. O' Brien Mr. Sudmyer x .',4, Mr. Dargcn Mrs. Seymour Mr. McGilIivroy lf' 'sg -- A , Y, 1 l 75.1 ,, mr ,fi E .Q .. . WF K 1' U Wade Mrs. Poulin Mr. Beard Mr. Coppola Mr. Dunne ,li 11 5 Mr. Dussault "Man himself is the crowning wonder of creationg the study of his nature the noblest study the world affords." William Ewart Gladstone M f J if l Q I Mr. Duddy Science Mr. DiProfio '55 Mr. Buell 4 L 4 Mr. Connor Mr. Blue " I ,,, - af ,IW wh. X, ' 1 M- Mr. Plcm lv ac, A M. ,-.."""',. '-4 21... """'f -.. ...gg-Q. Q.1....g Mr. Gendreou Mr. Stepcnicn Mrs. Hayes Mr. Brennan l 45 A"xl' Mrs. GOfflen Migg Raine Mr. McDermott - may Dept. Head C l l l I Mr. Beriucci g M . D ,, . . . . M r Uane Equlpped wufh hus fave senses, mon I ' explores the universe around him and l calls the adventure science" - Edwm Powell Hubble 'zany-f-M Mrs. Vincuillc Miss Marchegioni Mr. Coyle W if re-X s 5 Mr. Hcnke Mr. Moftrick 5 Language Mrs. Jolie V7 Mrs. Rugo Mr. Hayes - Dept. Head Mrs. Foley Miss Stapleton Mrs. Brown Mr. Salvi ,.,.... , . -,.-asv Mrs. Murray Miss Oliva Mr. Tefreault Mrs. Flury . . 3 fV5 .n . 'L Vx Miss l'acelIa Mrs. Fcherfy Mrs. Levin Mr. Marcoux "Perhaps of all the creations of man, language is the most astonishing" - Lytton Sfrachey X S iii T S I W Q 3 W Q3 GQ? 0 x -S Q CQ CD W 2 32 9 CSD QD Q '1 ii 1 4' Good Luck to next year's seniors from Vera Vassar, Holly Holy Cross, Dan Dartmouth, Betty B. C., Willie Williams, Franny Framingham State The B.S.L.D.A. lives! Foxy Ladies - the Cheerleaders Hippity-hop to Cheryl's house to bring a piece of cake. lt's in reverse - take off! Wa-man and "the little woman" "Hi" to Clyde from Woof, Woof M.M., P.A., D.R., R.G., P.L., J.V., K.Z., D.M., G.B., P.C., J.N., D.H., G.H. Splinter crew demands aluminum benches. "lt's called 'No fault' lady." "l'm from out of state, wise guy." Rebound!! lNancy, quit yelling in my earll D. S., Good luck, Love, S. F. Drake's Fruit Pies Bottoms up to the B.S.L.D.A. Hey Pudge, meet me at Walsh! Banana Daiquiri I forgot where her house was! Sophomores don't mess around!! 37 loves 43 Epsilon and Delta Forever Compliments of Mr. S. To my little sisters from your Big Sis To Burr from Cler To Kevin with love always, Peach 'ww-....,,5,. To Pity, Poopie, and Jelly Bean, love B.BO Working at Windsor with Karen, Linda, Jodi, Maribeth, and Debbie, too Watch out for '64 Volvos on Route 9 Blue Nun Deerskin, C. H. and Marlboro. . . crocking around . . . those "Bakery Blues" . . .Super Summer '74 J.P.E. - "You give me fever" - C.M.S. KG-CR-DA-KZ-NK Hey Mary, what's a deadline? Rich G. - we've got to get you a woman. Tommy and Joanne - June 21, i973 Benny rides again. I don't know, Jodi - better ask Mr. Dussault. Crazy foam and shaving cream fight at Mike's Winnie the pooh To my Danish sister: "Someday we'll be together again." Bah-da-da-da Ab-so-lute-ly-no-bo-he-mi-an-is-m-is- in-vol-ved. K. L. and D. O. - Birds of a feather flock together. To the co-editors of the Student Crier, with love from Karen and Ann To my Buster Mister, with love from your little girl! 'Y' 1 L.. gin'--.....,. -A .. .. 0-1 .- ,.-4, . N x, - I l'..K ,"'7 M , 4 1 1' 1 l 1 V i A 'xii ,,,..-ov' L 1 ' ,- his " ...ao-o--1 ,... C' Y' i i mf. . .4622 SEEFQP- . ll A ...,.- -H... 35 + lo - a perfect summer nite at the grist mill To the good life! D. D. - Can frogs get athlete's foot? Tyco, Trackie, Smithie, Grebniche Okay, all right, wait a minute, hold it. Eeyore Yeth thir, how's your thawthage. . . Eh? The crocheted vest and the spiral notebook OINLIOLVREAYCORU Ter, if this was long-distance, it would cost me a fortune. Memories of L.S.D. lll Have you tea and crumpets? Wait a minute - wait a minute - OOO- "How's your mother?" - E., J., N., T., K., J., '76 9-l 2-I5-22-5-25-15-21 N. K. - Brownie of the year Thanks Mr. Stepanian - from the class of '75 Michael and Mare - 2X1 5!74 To my bestest friend, Cath To all our goons and hunky men We love juicy people - from B.BO and Jelly Bean They don't know a good thing when they see it. B.B.B. and the Shampoo Kid - for old times sake The three musketeers - M. S., A. B., K. G. blk A ,nun-avww '-" '-'W' . V41 Best rishes to Mawy fwom Wobin To all my children, l'll miss you all - Love, il? 5 I don't know why everybody says you're so dumb. Wherever we go, whatever we do, w do it together. Darlene and Tim - July 26, l 974 M. B. - Do beer bottles bounce? Salami and crackers - always and forever lf you can't be quiet, you'll have to leave. Claire! Cut it out! Lollipops anyone? Who says l'm dumb? K. B. - Thanks for the memories - Mare The four of us - C. R., D. M., D. S., R. W. Welcome to the Monkey house - E. K., D. S., K. B., S. S. One, two - all together girls Proctor 81 Gamble Fl 33 - Abandon every hope, ye who enter here. Bebes, Bon, Cin, Di, Ferrari, Holz, K. A., Shufs fd Swiss Chocolate Almond - no 'Q' chocolate please Thanks Mr. Dussault, from the Head Archon and Co. M!"""'w Now the world is ont there waitingforyon. Now thejtttntfe is whatyon will nzolce it. VVhieh way to go ? Wlvtttkjoh to seek? Wlvere is the yellow lnfielc road? One eonzloony represents so nzony tltfierent tzvenztes there tnety he omjoh oppofrtnnfity thatjnst .fits your ptntienltn' talents. Aflore inzpottont, axjoh that leotls to tt lvetterjoh. Aslchyont gzzieltnzee ernznselor where and when you can opplyfor an inte role w with New Engltzntl Telephone. A people-to-people lntsiness. New England' Telephone An equal oploortztnity enzployer Best wishes from the Life Improvement Banks FRAMINGHAM SAVINGS No other computer Company 9 has as much to offer as The Gther Computer Company The Other Computer C ompamy: H oneywell n '.'A' WEDDINGS - PROMS Q 1 5 CORSAGES s 5 T155 -- FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS ' zggggglgf. FUNERAL DESIGNS , ' N A. cur now 1 bg I ERS I A POTTED PLANTS ' ""' 'Z 'A'4'A4 Denvf.-ry Service Available I , M. QI 1,0 1 X I'I X I ak 7 , .Q sa ,,., 1- gg , nog Ax an 'Wg ZJRAI I Q X FLOWER SHOP N N4 205 NEWBURY ST At Junct on of Speen St 81 Old Conn Path '-' f 872 9772 FRAMINGHAM MASS Lfo'liQZ?,ZnS"5 fi ' 4' ive me on F, III k L-1' Chnnese Proverb 197 Congraiulaiions +0 The Class of I 975 TAQTY TREAT AND MINIATURE GULF For Maxi Fun and Super Food Rouie 135 Ashland, Mass. The Hair - loft Keqelatfbo --ompfels' ljcnufgy Scrsrfcc Specializing xgn Blower Cufs gznclem-irzsfiztq JI-air Comds Unisex I l 873-9170 hair care 879-QQQI 879 8953 4 957 Worcesier Road H T th S I 9 6 g Fra 'ngham CenIre,Mass.Ol70'l Th d y99 Qne Framingham Cen+re i 5 Edgell Rd. ' Framingham Also in Sudbury, Randolph, Bosloni befhisfime we'llbelucky. ' ...ig My God, it's alive! fir' H l plain of the soccer team! m CO'CG NOBSCOT SQUARE BARBER SHUP 8A Edmunds Road Framingham Tel. 877-4377 BARBER SHOPS PINEFIELD SHOPPING CENTER ' NOBSCOT SHQPPING CENTER A 877-0786 877-0390 i NOBSCOT PHARMACY INC. Corner Edmunds and Edgell Framingham 877-IOOO Free Delivery Congratulations from Philmac Pharmacy PINEFIELD PHA RMA CY f l l Pinefield Shopping Center Saxonville, Mass. Free Delivery 7 877-2100 i l 4 l The in place +0 browse 1 Books. Cards, Candles. Posiers. A Ari Supplies i une 87881-8 8-1--.CL 108851-OF 7 1 framingham centre phone 875- 4828 l SUBURBAN T If - - "Service As N ear As Your Phone" ZENITH TV SHOWCASE COPY FAST PRINTING CENTER, INC. 77-0300 872-1269 Emm.riQmm'g Fastest cfowmg Printer . 505 Worceste Road i:53::2E2zz'12,z3fz:' ifamirgrwmgeglgggj The Purple Trunk Congralulalions from Fashion Boufique for girls and women. Dog Cgunfry Apparel and Accessories Round-up Shopping Cir. Saxonville Norlhboro Saxonville F0015 Siorage Cuslom Orders Repairs 5p,if4.l5TlI,fi??il W. BUIBFIOTT CO. Aniiques and Appraisals Auclion Services Eslales Bou hi and Sold Furriers of Dislinclion 8 877-3760 1639 Concord Slreel ON ROUTE 85 BETWEEN MARLBORO AND HUDSON Saxonville. Mass. OI 701 Q23 BOLTON STREET, MARLBORO, MASS. 01752 HANK 8- OINNY SCHLICKMAN FOR APPOINTMENT CALL PROPRIETORS I6l7l 48I-2578 Besi Wishes 0 jlryf 770 INZITFV 'T FIFAF4 284 MO IVIAINST FF4AlVllVJ'1Il1lYlill MASQ IVIANSFIELUVFIIITKSS 47770111 3714547 R. D. Smrlh, Inc. CX Consiruciion Managemeni Building Consiruciion Inslallafion bg our Experls rr . 'UQ Qpfen SGA Jusi a Carpel fc You - a Repulahon for Us!! F'a"""g am' JERRY sL0AN. Manager Ps. Inlaids T001 f 1 .G I , . Mommy, I forgo? my lunch. I I C A I. I Wink cmd l'Il follow you anywhere! ff M X- We're hereto prove tho! B.V,D. is the stro est. .. I99 Q..-4, , " v-3'1" 4,1 " 7' ,, si-Z L 1 fl, , ff ,, nf. 'in , , 4 .."l1Qg' g,, , ,F 6 -K X k . ,,. 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' A z " ' " ' 5 Q A ! - n I , X Q L . 5 "" 0' lu , . . , X ' ,. .. ' gy, . p. , 1 , Q . . ,""""'4 is-sw.....,.,.-. ,, """'-A:-' Ag.- I --P...-. -ir- 2 . 9 . I 5 , Congra+ula'rions +o 'rhe Class of l975 We know the sigh of relief that comes at the end ofyour final exam. Long years of study behind you, and a big wide world ahead. But even at that it isn,t the final test or the end of your learning. The biggest tests still face you in the choice and fumllment of your lnfe's work. Many plan for college, some must reckon with the armed forces. Others will seek positions in industry, trade, business. We, at Dennison, congratulate you on your past accomplishments, if your future plans call for steady employment or summer work, we ,ll be glad to discuss your problems with you. Our Employment Department will welcome the chance to outline opportunities existing in our offces, factory, and warehouse. DENNISON QQMNER? QWQE . wxm PDFIIIS r mczcazm Water Qt. Nobscot Shopping Center Framingham. MA Z e,.....g-f X Whathaveld Hyy ' gt GOOD LUCK SENIORS CENTRAL TIRE AND SERVICE 00 Complete Auto Repairs 615 Old Conn Path Framingham, Mass. iT? fl Opposute Carousel Theatre 1' I 7' I., , I , , hy, 'R -1 Th e guys call themselves o football team V gets the red out. -rs. . wt. . . -, I Q t I V I ybe pink 204 RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS Take one cup of kindness, add a substantial portion of patience and mix well with the Golden Rule. Put in a generous amount of hard work and determination, along with an equal portion of fair play. Pour into a mold of friendliness and warm with a cheery attitude. Remove all seeds of hate and sift out irritableness and any old grudges. Trim off self-importance and self depre- ciation. Cut away indifference, intemperance and fear. Then sprinkle well with faithfulness and love. lf you follow this recipe precisely, you will find it makes life appetizing, I satisfying, and easily digestible. Try it. Barbara Brockman IIAUIIILNYXHK MLS Brockman Real Estate Pinefield Shopping Center - 63 Nicholas Rd. Framingham 877-3330 Are we mad enough, big and bad enough? Congralulalions lo lhe class of 1975 Good Luck io each and evergone of lhem in the fulure. Complimenfs of: Allas Induslrial Cleaning Inc. 14 Cosla Circle Framingham, Mass. 01701 Anihong Paielis Jr. Presidenl Tel.-877-6077 Besl Wishes - C. T. C-BARRAHAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 160 Cochiiuaie Road Framingham. MassachuseHs 01701 Edward M. Clasbq Presidenl COMPLETE INSURANCE E SERVICES 5 QUALITY COIN-OP and HOWARD APARTMENTS I Framingham Cir. sf. 9' 4. ,--' Wi 'iii Doesn'l mg bodg drive gou wild wifh desire? J i. 1 r. .. . ,V- 3' .ff ' .4 945861 .5 l lf' ,. ' ' The square of the hypofenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the legs. ff "' J l'm not tha? kind of boyl ' haul? Mm-Mm goodl 205 Telephone 877-3902 PI NEFI ELD SHELL, INC. 29 Wafer Slreel Saxonville. Massachusefls Ol 701 General Repairs Road Service 4zia,2K59.. ,Xe S . Try kicking it. X EARLES I No matter how you look of a mop, North is always on top. BARBERSHOP School and Concord Slreefs Framingham. MA 1' I Ollice. 879-6680 Residence. 872-5658 Joseph F. Annunziala, Jr. Allorneg-ai-Law One Framingham Cenire Building One Edgell Road Framingham Centre. Mass. 01701 Q S' Gee, your hair smells terrific! You put your righi foot in and shake if all aboui. PINEFIELD MUSIC STUDIO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS - MUSIC GUITARS AND AMPLIFIERS ALL BRAND NAMES III PINEFIELD si-iorpms cm. Tzu.. 811-4091 sa NICHOLAS nom: 443-8647 FRAMING:-IAM. MAss. Complimenls of Wilson Assoc., Inc. 65 Nicholas Road Saxonville. Mass. 206 X , A - 50551 fig. ,pa Maybe if's my breath! A nourishing North High meol. Dr. Terrence O Shauqhnessy Orlhodonlisl 160 Cochituafe Rd. Framingham. Mess. Dr. Barry Shapiro Podiairist Nobscoi Professional Bldg. -57 1 M 1 uH' , -gt 7' .9 ,Qi I iust got three days vocation, mon. Sheran Building Will the real superstar please siond up? Dr. Allan Seigal D.D.S. Framingham, MA 160 Cochifuate Rd. Qhcurles ei Icjelson QU.. GENEFRAL OPTOMETRY FIFIM 8 FLEXIBLE CONTACT LENSES NOBSCOT PROFESSIONAL BUILDING B83 EDGELL ROAD, FRAMINGHAM, MASS 01701 TELEPHONE 877 2525 -LR if if 'umm -sw. 1:40 """', 'T ' I I H I .1 ' Y' Telephone 875-0400 ' rr- .. HARRY KUSHNIR, D.M.D. fl Q rj 15 I 665 Cochiiuafe Road fRou+e 301 Framingham, Mass. 01701 Two ports gin to one port Vermouth, with o twist of lemon. .., I Y 207 "J 0 0 ,I 1 T N Q .5 ramingham North High School Mf r J- 'I 5, e U K is P K g Cl b 6 ' i QT1ifQx?l'X W A- ' A' Directors - li li?-pl l Mr. Charles Savage Seniors: ,FS .X Michael Schiavi ' Gregory Kokidko Gary Butkus ' g , l l W Barry Miller lx? Juniors: L4 A tk X - MarkTibbert M K 5 W, Michael Loughman -J il John Mead fs Sophomores: ,gli -A 'N y Steven Jacobson L if J Freshmen: Jay Larson 208 Steven Russell James Morris Michael Morse George Patterson William Righter Michael Smookler Richard Smith Gregory Sulkin Steven St. Martin David Swindell Gary Wakstein James Verdolino Thomas Samoluk Marc Braverman Robert Caplin Mark D'Angelo Robert DePietri Mark Ewald John Donlon Paul Finger Robert Fitzgerald Jeffrey Gaines Thomas Gardella Gregory Giorgio Steven Haberman Peter Goldstein Dana Hill Richard Grady James Adams Steven Krasnoff Jerome Kolben Richard Linet Richard Levergood Barry Leftin Michael Klein Mark Kinnane Robert Kaufman David lsgur Daniel Kass Jeffrey Marmer Steven Machnik Robert McGreal Steven Coskie David Daly Barry Dauer Kenton Smith Michael Belloli Alan Engleman Stephen Graf Edward Baker Mark Giangregorio Timothy McMahon Carleton Sussman David Katz Peter Sauer Thomas Maguire John Norton Lynn Masucci Michael Powers Timothy Zinck Robert Pearo John Chleapas Howard Cohen Aaron Sherman Tsuan Li Bonnie Bartolini Jed Corman David Robinson Barbara Rosenberg Mark Silver David Bernard Thomas Mooncai Neal Katz Mark Miller Michael Brooks Mark Guisti Jay Tibbert Brian Welling Congraiulaiions +o fhe Class of 1975 Loring Qfudios Your Yearbook Phoiographer -va ,gl wc' : ,WW '5'v'k', 2' X "W ' Nw '1 J -dk' if .., W Mfr , +5 - ,j,ir?5.H 'fW.4,uH,,af,,-,UH'y,, ',,Fy,fiffg . . 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In '14 4 '??'1 I+ was a hme of Innocence a iime of confidences. a hme of decuslons. a hme of becomlng whai we chose. M I ."P-vfr' in NPT? '- 1 - . ,W H vi! ,.. -.1ffi55f"3f"1-w-kwa. pq ff' V 1 J If ,J " ' 1 v-sk, V u 19" f 311. ' 115' -, .g.f - ' 'n , A , H. .11-.7 gr ,Jr A . , ' , I 41" .4 I. -.r .I . . I S , f' . f .. . - - . ,. f 49 fi.. 5 f .I A' 1 1'-1 xr- f Q , , i V. I 1 ', -V 4' . .fi-nf dn. , 4 IQQ 8 1 'W y 1 X. V f l ff ' Q J . 1 - 17" U1 1 ff 4-R'?'f,3 H wasn'+ alwags ,4- KSU' easg Xxx f 1 buf wiih help from friends l deiermunahon. and a Iii-He luck . . We made if! W Our memories of ihis iime will be a refleciion of whai we coniribuied io our school. 1: V L V ,Q qw. - I am ,ai 1 A , , r Q Y i v A "'- '- - rn.. ' 7 " ' :gt - :fix .x X " ',rv.,f-' .f :'v, '.', . , 1 A jr C1 K" 'R ,,.-I If is 77' xi 'Q' gl 4.1 ff" I 13 M' 'KX Ll., Vx, , ,. Q . ,. 'L' .f'...,,-i Q... 217 ?,' , U' X Some of us gave of our knowledge some of our aihleiic abiliig . . . IDG in 009.6 in li' 218 f 1?- 45 . . and some gave 1 53 1 x I 1 L- nnn-1, a much needed smile 9 .f- And in ihis sharing -..--' 1-.4-ff W M, "r ,MX '. fi QL' 'as ,I - 'P'- qv P 1 4 Z' V? I 1 we've become so much in so Iii-He iime 4' l""' f. 4 ' f"2i 1 .rf Q 'V PJ a .-an i 'Lo fhulunuu-nw We approach fhe fufure wiih an awareness of whai we are now and a hope for whaf we will be. gp Y 'ku-... X ' N. if 1 'hw And we leave fhe pasi behind wiih ihe realizaiion ihai everg end is a new beginning. "Climb everg mouniain. Ford everg siream. Follow everg rainbow 'Til gou find gour dream I I i W v 4 H P p w P N P I P D s I s l i P lf o,' U.,- l. . ,PT 5. ,I 305.15 wg yi-AQ. Z.. O - s n ,A " I ' ., - I' D - ,J K . .l 1. 1 -Q ny iff". I ',- I-4 541 A H' Y'-, -1 QC, ,' ." .gre hp ,QI . , A Q1 .z ,O -.-no 0 I '1 0 , ny? ' l in rt X K A . 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" :f . s r 5 5 695, 9 9 1 fov.,, rf-if 'M G' f",1'ff.'f.: ' ' ' 'b,j:'2jVf 3.5 , ,. , ,f,:5f', V ' , - . V 1,?,v1f?f.l, ,Z ' 1. A "Aiwa A ' if ' '1 1 fr 755s M 0 'O ' 1 G 1 mm-an Naiional Honor Socieig Induciion 8 fa ' E- "Ha au- C? ,lf .J k JUNIDR PRDM P99 ' 2 Q4 I 4 'F ' as ,..f s A 5' ' I Adffzfy 1 ' :IM ,, " 7 ,Q 11" , fq f", f .ps 1 ig 'al 4? ,I K 1 f ' Q' fl W W w. fo 4 1 PRINCESS QL-Rl: Laurie Oleson, Terry Quinton, Kris Lundblad, Kelly Pagel. QUEEN: Jeanne Drugon ,3 5 16' ffllllhlu " 4 wary: 1' . Golf '-zxxgfr-M f 1" , - a .a , Y. I ls'--' I .9 7 .. ' 1 A. L .N ""g,. .. .. f "di A 'xv ,f fx -Af 'Q QL RJ: Coach Mmselli, B. Waters, G. Hayden, J. Huling, B. Cospersen fcoptoinj, D. Frcdene, P. Lentz, A. Frommer, B. Seniors Cospersen, F. Giesin, R. Gumm. Missing: D. Von Heesf, P. Von Heesf, P. Kirk. 4 -'ff"Q img: 1 'lf I In najf...-'Qg .J-' ' 1M,:.f'?4H?-4.4, V ,I , . 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N F V 1- 1:11 fx nr'-A4 ' . 1 1 diy? V -gvfrfi 0- Z., f - .1 '..v'. - . idx, ",...',,. "'7 .. ., I ,H V l,:'l.V- lQ4"2' ' .. - L- 5. - ' '- ."E'. Won: 3 f U ' ' . . -"-,, M4., . --- -CC' xg, Q. .in A" I"-f'+.,.' , . , f . 1-1 V'-X Seniors E 55. . f.' ""Qu1' 1 A 1 v ! an dh 5 X . n s xi! it 1 Q W -3 K! 11.3 ui -. 3 1 Lacrosse 4 JH W Y, . f T LY?14,' nun I 5:- . f 6 Z3 ' 3- ". , V 1 J' p- it P .. 'ti 93 vi 5 5 .JJ .ia , we ' fi . .5 First Row QL-RJ: D. Aube, D. Owen, T. Hegorty, R. King, J. Deluco. Second Row CL-RJ: J. Feuersonger, N. Collohon, J. Jasurek, S. Cooper, S. Pieronnunzi. Third Row CL-Ri: W. Spivak, D. Mague, M. Collohon, D. Bryant. Fourth Row IL-Ri: M. Anzolone, V. Palmer, C. St. Martin, S. Snook. Fifth Row QL-Ri: Coach Jezukowicz, D. Dollomoro lcczptoinj, Y. Nunley. Missing: N. Mitrono, L. Nickerson, B. Nigberg, E. Plunkett, V. Ruccic. E-Q3 imitiirttu if it 'Wi' 4 I f t ,ww 9, 1 A s 9, x .' 5 v Y -af 'H ff Q Q tis9i2Z'i., 4 ,f '73, 1 ,Q 'Q 'r 4 1. '1,. 52' , . .. Wx - 4 ' f 9,45 J , is . I, , V A, - 1' A - if ,C ea: 6' J Q z - . "nf, J 'Y' VT .1 dv .g An I -"M ' wa. ki' 23' A . .3.'.fr , wr K Q 5.8, u. Q.. ' ' ..'g"f QJQ1. is f 3 . 'sf' ,-41 S . 4.4 JV: 'ffluiit f , A . W ew, ab. If 'D f ev J. 4 , Sr, it X A ' if .. X 42. If 1, , f Won: Q-, 4 7, i. ., 3 1 'L 4 W' 'W or ,f"" A I J, 2,44 S L95 i H dz' 'J ' X4 J S! '-J: V 'J f Q Q .." p J L +- 3 OS . Lacrosse yx' 514:11 9' f ff . Nr 'W 1 i go' xv' 2, Rm' 7 Q, I N. E. All-star Jamie Egasfi All-American goalie Tom Ferraro N. E. All-star Craig Beling f . . 7 4 1. lov . H J Q .. .. i -- Front Row lL-Ri: T. Kallmerfen, R. Wigefman, R. Rich, M. Stebbins, C. Beling, K. Allen lcapfainj, J. Egasfi lcapiainl, T. Ferrara lcaptainj, J. Ferraro, R. Bird, G. Breifbord, S. Krasnoff. Back Row lL-RJ: Coach Kavanagh, P. Braverman, S. Tarlow, G. Allcroft, P. Dufresne, J. Driscoll, S. St. Martin, D. Daly, M. Giangregorio, T. Zinclc, B. Parad, J. Terrio, G. Giorgio, C. Martino. Won: 7 X Losiz I J'- ., "x '1?"i2f-H 1 -+-Q..- ...A Easiern ass. Lacrosse League Champions 1 4 , . . L . ',4'.e 5 ' . Q . . I' 3 S Ex x..l , Q .fl- 'V... -...,.- Gnu.. n-4 fr 3 , . 1 1 1- wawiixf Y ..-1 5' L W' ...nliuA.'1 Tom Ferraro Craig Beling .lamie Egcisfi All-American New England All-Star E Mass All-Star New England All-Star EMass - All-Star -New England All-Star EMass All-Star Kevin Allen - EMass All-Star Steve St. Martin - EMoss All-Star 1-A ai. . .,. . , FW,-i.,ggg 1 r g 4 4 v ' - 1 ' 1 J P I. Y is fx., Q L , A xg ML ,W -f 'ff Varsii 1. . , 1 . I ! , E ' ff- Freshmen 7 M r A if ' sill ls J, 'gz--M7 44' ' 4, W. , ,N r ' JJ z ' I S 1 J A W 1 is 5' L , val i. il , X' f l sl 5 A l rf! ', I l I l 2 i w l b' ef' V E i 0 . 1. " . -r. A2-1:r9152..'Z? .Q, A. ,- "" Varsiig I .-Q., Z A! ,ti N .' fig' igiyg ,gi ' jf: AEA A ' D Dx L - N- , Q 2- js 2 L' , :ii 21" ' . ' . , 21" ' ' ' ' , f 4 f .J 1, V 1 . 3 , ,f T " 1 i 4 I 4 1 9 2 H V V ' , 'v 9 ' , v K , iff JL '- ., ,. . 1 v - f L E 1 I .Y .A .- 1 ' L ' ' 4 . 4, 4 . . ,, . 'it Q: u L . , .. J 1 :L DFA I if r f' 2, . X, S . is 1 5- , .,,. w , , 4.23 ff. S az. xx 4 L -if n XPQ- fe M ,G M I v A ....p4D'3 3 did' Front KL-RJ: M. Boisverf, G. Healy, J. Nou, J. Quinlan -- Co-Capt., C. Schirmer, L. Knepp, D. Wilson, P. Gregorio. Back QL-RJ: Coach C. Bingham, J, Wakstein, N Gunner, L. Powers, S. Greenglass, M. Cimino, H. Veum - Co-Capt., L. St. George - Manager. I . , . , 5 A - f ' " 1 . ,, X . , . 'jp " s f in .,..,, Mk ,, , I, . Y , x I, f X:-Q, ' - af A x ' ' ,, I V Y, 'if' an , jf L ' 4 Seniors ,by L .44 . ' , ,143 Q 1, Mi 4 L. - Y,,,,, 1 1' I r' .. 2 1 i 4' I Ag ' J 7,4 ,. .Q sv .' . I' . Y i . W -, 'J wr' ., 'QI "LA K.- i Q2 4- JI B .ff .Q ,Y S. M G' J-T' " rf.. . , . r ' I 1 I fx JI if x JN X I 4 . . Qi ' - Junior Varsifg 4 L- l I I .- Cx VXXw N X 'NXXXXXTK X x xxxxx X 'NK x v Qofiball BH!!! Champions .. 1 Won: I 6 Lost Q --s aseball J f'f J I J .il ' '. YF' ,Q 5 'Af lg i ' ii. l Coach Dargan and Captain Cominsky ' 'X ' . ff 19' - JJ X if ' . 1 J If 7' 9,,: ,- ", V ' tl ,- 1.1 I 5 iv . Y-gg. ft 1 .Q fig if P ,bf 1 1' , "gi," - I 4 f 4, ff -1 ,G 'fu' ,lf ,Alf 42 I ,V ,, , l f, 1 R, , Al in 'il . Ag. ,Rig 'V P ' N 'V' . 4.7 X I ,T . 4, Q5 f X K M, 41, 5.4, V Y. Z H 4 W I ,. Vx :Y " i qu QV.. I ,r- X ff H 1 ai A I V f YJ J" J X 'I - D ' 7 J ri if n W E9 I I 'JV ' W i ' v ' , ' J T- ,.- 3 y ., 41", ' as I .J r . we ft' ' My 5 N r-ws .ff f of av 1' J ' ' N P ' 1 ,FJ " ' ' ' . u ' A . r ' ' ' ' Hb W1 T J 'vw J" f 1 Y - - . 'M .- . 75:-ff 'JJ V A-' . -,. -. '. ,'t',i'!1:'.1'.!5..:v'!"S' , ' ' - aa -. "- Y .0'-"'.--. ' ' -' 4, . "" ' ' Front Row IL-RJ: B. Douer, J. Kurtz, R. Goff, D. Cominsky Klcptainj, J. Verdolino, J. Forman, B. Bennett. Back Row QL-Rt: Coach Dargan, C. Athos, R. Verdolino, S. Scully, R. Pearo, J. Barry, D. Hollis, S. Jacobson, D, Batzer. ' , V w ia "2" .-.-vf.y:f- -":' f 3 ' I ', ' ' F 'V '. fl' 9 ., 9 H, f - . +A" 'f f V Nav? it 1 we f a - . f . JJ .V " J ' V-' . -.1 f ,ii 5 N313 Y' 'lv J J A 9 ' ff 1. ' J ' A 0 . ,aa in iii. . ' ,' -Q, ?r ' . 1 Q X ij 'ij . XA: ta ' ISV4 X9 V 0+ 'J I QW5 r 44 9 ff' f JW ' -' . a"9' U v-- -M1111 5 l ' .... I, A . . f H-1 , 1 "' V. 0 -1-L - A ' JU sg f W ' f,,.r . 4 A l Ml H M 7 v L , J I ff l i Y 77, ,Z I A Q ' 3-M ' 1' rl 1 A If , ! ' - 4 N. - . . . I ' . ra V ' ' 1' ' '-- ' .au - Z V :...f,'15- -f - 6 J 4 , . . , . Freshmen wi r .' 1 215121 . - .' 1-5:1 ' 1,4 r. l I J' -Sf K . ia' sl- --v,. Won: 5 P 1 4 M my S I A 4 v Y 1 f f , if ,car-T vi-apmfvf " 9 gimp ww 'W-Nil 4 Q , . jfs ' ' irlgna-a"""" 'vim SQ. ' - 9 - +A' " X - 0 1: Lggiti.. " wild K .1 'ff - 3-I Xl 355133 V ' K 'g' .1--.i , -:iv - as-4.f,L , xv , NEI -Y .f ' -W P' . fr, 12 f - -5. 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Mgjwgf' Lk! ,- L..- T7 1" .ff Y v .V . . :- J ' J 5 F 1 , .. lm N, ,gf , - l M. j ' ' Q , 4 . , V X 4' ' l JJ VARSITY: Front lL-Rl: Co'Capls. D. Rodler and M. Ewcld. Bock lL-Rl: R. Hcssler, J. Levenson, G. Hossler, Couch Dodo, R. Caplan, G. Russell, D. Alpert. BSL If Champions 'fl v F2 n 1 M., Runner-Up Easiern Mass: Slale: New England I f I ,o lv . 9-W 4 ' 4 'swag 'f'W . 12 Won: I 'f'. 8 . 'f A ,.f R 4. -1. -4 w, WJ" NWS 1, .. raw. osl: O -! C2 'fl 4' 9 I- 4,1 Q., J... . 5 rq'nf.QQ'-Q 1 2' fm. Qi, .. I l i. 45?7lfii'1Wf -1 '5 "" 9f ' 1uzk,..y . A 'A .Q , . I R T9 fl fl is -2 g I . As.. r-- up A-5. I, 5 ......-A...n..n..-. x am . av- 'K 3 .W . 7 X' W 1 .NH xv. X 3 X v . A., ,,. . 2 X Y 1 11. .4,. ,,X .xii .', V , ..v,. G .1 , ,L Q 4 3 i 1 4. M F' EIU! ryfh 6 Ii... . O VARSITY: Fronf IL-RQ: J. MacDonald, B. Cohen, K. Schelong, R. Schneider. Bock QL-RJ: L. Weissman, S. Lurie, Coach MacLeod, Co-Ccpts. L. Guigli ond C. Roth. f-.af Co-Champuons ""'? 1 'Qi-.1 V 'n , Q . . Q 'X -'A ,411 40,- nf, 329, A xx-4'fs1",,w . A Won: I 7 OS I I 'vie nl-5 J I .5 1 L. 1 , .4 lf' 5. 44' 'F .4 1 'rlfl f ,.'1' Tennis 4 1 fox' 'sf fd, 4 . ur.. I I. N 1 I r"', I 4 ... gm R w,,.! 'Nk E X. Q, fx .-In AWN 'iff 51 , V 1 ' .pfmu J' hint new , v-nf gr! ' 5 , , ' I ' 'M M v IP I 1:11-1 -so nw I I HUM' 1' 41 .fig S x .4 I - 6 W ,.,: . fi-Q- Photos Missmg Allen Giorgio Kurtz Litman Scognelli Smith Wolunos li Lf r 1 x Kg, I ' lfl 3 A , he 'lf Vw' .J JW 4k fmt. Leadership - .rm I "'f f TS uf, Service 1 Class President JIM MORRIS ,w -. fir., ,p f " '35 "f' Q , MR. KROPP 1 J, 'X, , ,ll L I M4335 A I 1 , W. f fr". HI ,l QQ, Vg ' L f . 39,1 I 13' if .K ' B , mail , wi pi.. 1 . 'f'-Iggy, ., 9K6 f , ,Q , - . wi. l ,mir '. ' 'Y -. an 22 "Q, Miva' 1,3 ,1"7v D -1 -fy '4 - 4 1 I I AFS Sfudenf Class V.P. Solutctorian HELLE LIE GARY BREITBORD ANNE GOLDSTEIN f. ,-lP'5 'fl- TC' ur I 5 'Nav V4 X2 .ina 4 an-. , MN 4 ' 1 41 ,y 4 ', ' , 4 'n,1' v . ' gf TN ' - 3 I 1. Y.. . , W, 4 i ' ,HA 5 . ..- A W 1 , , -nf 4 f' b I 1 ' ' I I " A AII 7 ,Q Q 4 ,xv : Kew' f f if in MSGR- I-AWLER School Committee Chairman WINSTON ANDERSON MR. GALLAGHER Q ' I an A 4. A' Q I 4 - r" N 5 V!! 'av nf" 1' H K 1 gf A N f Q6 W ra , , J WL T, so 'W . 1 La Wg. 4 .JM ,Q M, , ,mf 'F' 45fg,,V'LQ 7' -' 1' 7. U 5-3-,iw ? . 'q ,h is , fl' 53 'A ,Qi fr., 'kd I V ':.: . N , 0 1 f S , . M V"'n.. V "VV V. :iw 5 Wgrw Q . . A On, . M " ' 4 5--4' 1 gy ' V f ' V Q C 'Vi fl' . ' ,S 4 f "' ' ,V .4 '4 IV ., .2 A .- V gi ' Q, r Y 'fm ,I , -'P' ' -e M .ia I V25 .2. '.,.. ,iff-vw W - rf: MW1' , A gm -- .gf 'f' 71, A , ,Q '. -I ' eg. V:-f-QV . .M f W , -' T, AI .,. 1. V "af-"nr W" fn 'V -Jw' -fql, ' ' ' ,,f.,,i: ' . it f 'I " 'Z 3 12 3' 9 1 V ' 1, .iv 4451.- .Vqw-VV V , A V V . 1,4- ,Qw V-vmmwuwhnnv . sa' ""4 . E535 3 y A .L A I.. la' ., em , '53 ffg "4 it .Q , ' M3w'4ui+m',,.L .., ' "?,..W,,,.,, V5 Vg Qyf- ifbmgxiifggi' 1 ,-9. 4 , . ,4 4 M ,:' 5 AWE "" E V ua v ' 4 1 n - il Q. . I.. L 5 """5Q . 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H f , ffl f 0 A lf. 5 49 . ,Q ,v 3 r 4' f' V' 1 11 , A 'L5 L .,,. ig - -4135 Fun + r QAMINGI-WM PUBUG UHRARY I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A Q al fl 1' ,Vw xp N V ,-X I 'LING 'If gMS,, XLMX .A X.! , , wf Wm, . vw, 'f .,-N ,x 4 'QAMINGPH-iM PUBUCUBRARY the last will and tC5'lf3 ment I 1 C2565 of '75 Rf - wr f---":-:JI - um ZW : ..a.... ,,,,i,lm 1?!q, H f ff fir! YV . Q l 4 N -Ji' I I :D H , I agi f' jig? "-'H' m nfmw I iz 3 x l - ' ' f E Q i ff In Memory of Carla Kavanuagh - October 29, 1955 - March 12, 1975 We've reached the ends-the end of four back-breaking, rewarding, joyous yearsm-the four nbest years of our lives.n It is said that a man learns from his experiences, lives from the tapestry of his younger days. These days are a melange of memories: and it is in these memories that we discover the greatest things in life, the things we'll miss the most, the times we'll remember best. what we leave behind will not be forgotten: how could it be when we're leaving.....friends, laughter, childhood... 1. Nancy Aptt leaves the 500 yd. free style to Mary Savoca. 2. Anne Butterworth leaves her black velvet to M.G. 3. Hebrew I leaves Mrs. Levin one baby-sized dictionary. 4. Randy Papadellis leaves 20 pairs of track shoes to Leo. 5. Karen Sweeney leaves her socks and shoelaces to a worthy junior 6. A.P. seniors leave Miss McCarthy a period two study. 7. Jodi Sleeper leaves Mr. Kropp two tickets to the junior prom. 8. Rich leaves his golden chariot to anyone who wants it. 9. Joanie leaves her barrett to Karen Dimanno. 10. Period 5 Biology leaves Mrs. Gorfien 30 rats lslightly usedl. ll. Froggie leaves Rick a toilet plunger. 12. Cheryl, Heidi and Kristin leave all their love to the staph. 13. Kathy Powers doesn't want to leave Mr. Beard at all. 14. Dana H. leaves Jim V. a dime. 15. The seniors leave Marc D'Angelo one stubborn-as-hell mule... 16. Mike Schiavi leaves the morning announcements to anyone who will listen to them. 17. Lian's club leaves their manes to the Tigers. 18. Lisa Bebergal leaves her brother, Eric, all her cut slips. The seniors leave the E any reading course, to Patti Keefe leaves the never has anyb. French 44 leaves a bunc Kathi Haynes leaves her Craig Beling leaves his The Spartan leaves Jane Dan Daley leaves this s Peter Hopkins has alrea flyde leaves Woof-Woof To the unfortunate girl athletic suppnrters, Pete Rizsy leaves his p J.S leaves Terri Supnik icecream sundae. B.S.L.D.A. leaves their M.C. leaves her big fee ..,.gym classes, a his red, white, an senior pictures.. Neile Miller leaves a y to Matt. Jamie leaves his princ who wants them. Chris Arico leaves her Csorry, no erasersib Jon Price leaves women Bonnie Dyer leaves Lub Marlies Simmons leaves Framingham North stuck Jeff leaves his watche . N.K. leaves Miss Terry velyn Wood speed reading course, or Mr. Edmund. school nurse some aspirins icause she h of Wn'est-ce pasn to Mr. Salvi. heart to Mr. Black. light bulb to any tough junior. Pilsworth a unicorn. chool ..... las soon as he can! dy left. a dog whistle. athletes the boys leave all their arking space to Steve Coskie. an acceptance to C.U. and a real ring tabs to the junior class. t to Wayne. rena scheduling, Mr. Kropp and d blue blazer, cafeteria studies, DCC ear's subscription of the New Yorker e outfit and his baby powder to anyone pencils and pens to the junior class -Dub to Mrs. Gorfien. her European experiences to a -in-the-mud. s to his customers. to J G. ..i.---an-un The first period math class leaves a helluva lot of ravioli to Mr. Antonioli. l Diane Ablondi leaves her body to science and whoever else wants it. The seniors leave an empty, quiet, blessedly peaceful library and a megaphone to Mrs. Ford. Beth, Mary, Leslie, Robin, and Marjie leave project harrassmen, to the junior class. s Helle leaves her heartfelt sympathies to the next A.F.S. student. . anne Butterworth leaves her heartfelt sympathies to the next AsFsSo ....moruing announcements, variety shows, class officers, winning teams, 12:30 to 5:30 days..... Steve Krasnoff leaves nothing in the class'will...lhe's takins it all with himl. Calculus A.P. leaves Hr. Hannigan a cute delta. Jim Adams leaves his stereo system to Mike Klein. Zennifer leaves Mr. Bertucci all the glassware that she broke. Anonymous leaves Miss McCarthy a plane ticket to Canterbury, England. Matt P. leaves Bill Brody an honor society...!good luck, Bill!! C.B. and T.S. leave Heard Pond to the sophomore girls. Period 7 current popular lit. leaves Mr. Fortier a copy of Serpico. Robin Raphaelian and Kathi Hellstrom leave Mrs. Leonard a year's supply of monarch notes for next year's Shakespeare clas K.H. leaves an BiG and a soap-on-the-rope to Mr. Platt. Cathy and Mary leave the T.0.Y. award to Mr. 0'Brien. Robin L. leaves all her thoughts of plants to Mrs. Vincullla. Mike Morse leaves to Mr. Dargan a Brine LaCrosse stick and e w4nnirr Baseball season. Denise leaves her false teeth to Steve C. Pale blue light green roadmap Little town circle Distance distorted Hide your time Spend your time Waste your time ?aasing time Flying time. L'temps passe vite All for a moment Minutes in reality Eternity in memory d in red by time. If 0 Jane Pilsworth Eguinox I caught a cobweb in my hands When it went floating by the silver sun blazed burning ring And singed the milk-blue sky A silver star, bright burning disk that someone tossed too high. A lady set with sunset hair Dark brown lit up to gold She whispered stories to the wind that men had never told Her eyes were deep es autumn nigh: Young wise but always old. A thousand fractured idols lay mossy on the ground Dreams and reams offallen leaves Rustled all around Frosted light reflected them while the silver sun sank down, Kmarjl Carol leaves her dirty books to Mr. Beard. Laurie Reynolds leaves with railroad tracks. Mike leaves Nancy's giggle to Mr. Kropp. Caren leaves Chris a one-way ticket to crazy. Joanne Glazer leaves her 'birthday' job to next year's lucky candidate. Bonnie, Jean, and Brenda leave Mr. Salvi a box of broken letters Mr. Duddy's period 3 physics class leaves him a pair of clip lea Hike and Greg leave to Patty and Joyce two Hunky men from Framingham State. Ben leaves a bag of peanuts to the elephant. Lois D. leaves his coolness to anyone who can handle it. R.R. leaves his football shirt to anyone who wishes to be a bench warmer. ' Kathie Graham leaves Jeff Blitz her thumbs and her baby brother a new red hat. Jelly Bean leaves Mr. White her hat because he knows fine art when he sees it and besides, he asked for it. .s..special teachers, rallies, library gatherings, Jim Morris' imitations, proms, snow days..... , SENIORS LEAVE ALL THEIR MONEY TO THE COLLEGE OF THEIR CHOICE. The guys leave Rich Goff's body to the women of the world. Steve R. leaves a mean green Pinto in his garage. Karen Lipshires leaves Mrs. Seymour one small sausage pizza and a book of dirty jokes. Claire and Deb leave 'your Jamie or mine.' The A.P. calculus class leaves a cute, gorgeous, nice, and exciting book that only cost a quarter to Mr. Hannigan. The Senior Donkey Riders leave to Bill Bove and Ed Palmer everything they cleaned-up at the Donkey Hockey Game. Ferraro's Taxi leaves no more cars-Out of Business. N.L. leaves the sophomore class......almost. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 Senior boys leave B.L. to B.L., his own best friend. Vidal Sassoon leaves a free hairdo to Dave Olmstead. ' The A.P. English class leaves S.H. and his monarch notes to Mr. Whelan. T Beth leaves Marjie a collar, two buttons, and Roger Daltrey! The senior class leaves Mr. Kropp a charge account at the Salvation Army. Tom leaves the whirlpool cleaner, ace bandages, and lots and lots of tape to Joe. Bob leaves his golden arm to the Bay State League defensive backs. The coach leaves the B.S.L.D.A. to any junior who can cut the grade. Gregg Sulkin leaves his freckles. Debbie leaves her Brut deoderant to Mr. Savage. K.S. leaves her naturally curly hair to anybody that wants it Cathy Merchant leaves her track star to Judy Russo. French 44 leaves Mr. Tetreault a poem with absolutely no meaning at all. " Anne Goldstein leaves Kris Lundblad the 'two good partsl' R.R. leaves D.DQ her french accent, a chicken and his namesake, Thor. Jen leaves Rich her razor and hopes he uses it. Mike leaves to Greg Hagopian a copy of the book The Morning After. ....flag salutes every Monday, clubs, substitutes, 7:30 to 12:30 days, musicals.... The senior class leaves a wallet size of King Kong to S.R. 035 leaves 024 and 035 a notebookful of dangerous and secret adventures. The seniors leave Scott Moody gladly. United Auto workers leave Mrs. Quigley a '65 Dodge Dart. The world is endlessly two sided an eternal continuation which witnessed only on cloudy days and quarter moons' A nights, moss bottom streams and wild geese flights all reveal nature's design to continue the rhythm an rhyme of the moving earth. lmarjl On Eigping Your Yearbook Where are the words which form the good-bye song to be engraved along the dotted lines of memory? How to create the farewell note to be woven between the binding threads of high school days and how to evoke the good-luck-always charm, to carve a lasting tribute upon the sheets? My ink blacks and wavers along the colors of your open book 1 As I compose the denouement, the brilliant good-bye song with words I do not know Can it all have gone away Leaving thoughts in each and one That time had not begun ta stay Long enough and then undone If all is meant to pass away Into a time when only books And rhymes and such as these can say 'How he talks' and 'how she looks' Then, Again it calls 'come away? Continue out- matriculate Is not the year gone from the day Are not the dreams but lost to fate? Neile Miller Terri Supnik 105 106. 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 The library-outsiders leave Mrs. Ford a revolving door. The seniors leave Miss Terry to Mr. Savage. J.A. and M.K. leave Mr. DiProfio an autographed picture of Humphrey Bogart. French 44 leaves Mr. Salvi a year's supply of boredom with L'etranger. Seniors leave Mrs. Derro a book of basic math and a kid named James. Michele can't leave her neck to anybody.- Period 6 jr. advanced math class leaves Mr. 0'Donnell his pet rocks. ' Cathy Merchant leaves her freckles and a sunburn to Tammy Jarrett Debbie Prutzanni leaves D204 .... lwherever that is! Dan Radler leaves Mr. Dada memories of being the real tl. Someone leaves a bowl of cherries and a bag of worms to Daddy. R.S. leaves guitar lessons for Larry Cohen. Diane leaves acting lessons for Sue Roffer. Leslie leaves her 'bushes' to Mr. Hebard. Mark R. leaves R.H. reluctantly. Mr. O'Brien's 6th period Political Theory class leaves to Mr. O'Brien one strawberry sundae and five pennies change. Bob Hedrick leaves his Basketball Jones to Kenton Smith. .....fun, glory, excitement, giggles, victories, tears, shouts of glee, challenges...... Heidi and Anne leave a tuna fish sandwich to Colleen. R.R. leaves Kathie Graham a neat-o Continental horn to beep through tunnels with. The senior squad leaves E.W. their ounce of snobbery.... Cthey pick anybody nowadaysl. Class of '75 leaves the keys to the class of '76. Jeanne leaves a thumb to Patty and all the guys to Irene. 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 l39 146 141 142 163 144 145 146 . ., .gl TAQ I O O G C 9 D O o Q o .- O n 9 0 a 1 B. Bo leaves E. Brown a pocketful of combs. Bugs Bunny leaves Road Runner e hook on communication. Neile Miller leaves Mr. O'Brien e secret solution to the problems. Clutch leaves Mike St. Lewis her downstairs bathroom and math class and her freckles to Karen Leonard. Terri leaves Jodi 20 laps of the crawl. Jack K. leaves hes green Valiant to anyone who can start 2.5. and S.R. leave their habit of going out to lunch to gunxor class. The rowdies leave their four tables in the caf to anyone dares sit at them. wor1d's her it. the who The gang leaves Mike Morse e einkful of dishes, and a Sunday Roast. Sue M. leaves her brain to Mr, Snell for studies, few champion .....Friday night dances. cafeteria happy and sed occasions, parties. a teams...... Brian B. leaves his red Renault wherever he can get away dissection purposes. with it To Diane Owen we leave an autographed picture of Xikibee-J.Q. and her band. The A.P. Physics class leaves to the Big Mac 100 popsicle sticks and a bottle of R1mer'e glue ino cheatingb. Project H leaves Mr. Buell a nhono hug and a silver bullet. The senior boys leave Juanita Mead e whip. Seniors leave Mr. Summnrr n free golf pass during rallies. Abandonnons Nancy M. a M. harcoux. Greg K. leaves Mike L. u pe. of old Mr. Boston 188 5 proof. Mike Stebbins leaves his long hair and beard to Mr. Martino. Chris leaves her Sesame Street parts-of-the-body poster to Mrs. Gcrfien. . -- Q 5 W , N L' I f.. 1 .. 1.2, gceyes nc? Woes. .o c,: P.H. lenvee some of her he4Mhf to 3 Z. 5 Recollection ffo 4 A 'six ei A glories of childhood days, If X R2 ly : - if ,fy W 1 , I .wg exe , f 4 MQ Hy., flood my mind like so 15 5. -X e-f 'v6s. X 3 .Y l"4 fi " .,X:fg V Y ,jHa A ys and sad, ' V' ' Q' X5 some were good days, some were 1 ' . '- Le-. . Y . -N lb A Afzlt ut all are memories of childhoowf, nys. h The laughter of children playing, the yells . screams, the shouts. The Security of fr A o f ffl 3 l n,l consequence no doubts. , W , ,Q I VQ 5 - 5 2 3. Sill jokes, so important once, n 1' X-:' f, A my ' . l ff?-'sg 33.1" never lost their meanlngs, never lost th xt ouch. 'N-fl Usgfiv J: Childhoocgflemories . ,,,,.,,a.x8 x Yfjli ' V K ,, , X 'Y e tee' qo eaigilscz reoallx so wonderful to tell, s- A wa. leqtglslh ur fit red S0121 ten to them well. JJ- A, l or l ,.o.-o,,,,,,, an ... 3 Cathy Merchant I Q , , ,Q,egA,g-waz:--'.u.,,,'-.-qv-w-1 ff 0 i Q . 1 149 150 131 152 lb: 154 155 lim 157 158 159 160 161 162 '63 , V . 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 Pam The Vachon leaves Michael Greek leaves one pair of detective track shorts to Black Magic. Jimmy Morris leaves a 10 pound has of manure to the Scott Moudy look alike contest. Careh Lamkin leaves to the Cross Country team the curb she hit and drove over. Cathy M. and iancy A. leave their viqourous efforts to Mrs, Lufkin's future volleyball classes. Seniors leave le phrase Hun Zero pour vousn pour Madamoiselle Pacella. Matt P. leaves 40,000 wabbits to Kathie Graham, the Canadian flag to Neile, and a calculus book to Ahn....fIt's been a IUR SSRlDI Y6afj.... Jodi Sleeper leaves Mary O'Neil a set of crooked croppers. Rich and Jen leave,..HThe Way They Weren. Kathy Hellstrom leaves her leans to Chris and Sue. Ted Roberts leaves the wax oF his ears for the class of '86. Michele Gaulin leaves Cathy Merchant a toast. Pete Rizz leaves some of his friz to Mr. Savage. Jackie and Mark leave 3 blown engines to Mike Gunning. Patty and Joyce leave Bob Hairicx an oversized ego and an extra pair of hands. Mike leaves to Tim :he coral-te oollection of J. Giles band albums. The guys leave Jimmf's par?LwQ space to any one who can cut through the smeks, Mary O'Neil leaves Chris drive one line: WThank you masked mari Mike Schiavi leaves a book cf poems to Mr. Kropp to write on his blackboard. The Off-tone Stones leave their teenaaqed blue-eyed qroupies and their Mif1e:wS's to Joe QFCONiD1L, R.R leaves Friendlv's some not tea and crumpets. O36 leaves 035 a smile, a password and a few stray arpeggios. The gang leaves Karen Zahinski to Mark HHunky Manu Giangregorio St. Louis to her 3rd period math class 272 173 17d 175 l?6 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 l87 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 Senior class leaves Mr. Buell and Mr. Gendreau pink flowers for their lavender lapels. Kathie Graham leaves her nun suit to Mr. O'Brien. Marjie leaves Beth L'Autre Cote and 47 packs of peppermint sugarless gum. Mary 0'Neil leaves Robin Raphaelian the unedited version of the class will. Randy leaves the track team one case of shin splints. R.R. leaves Ruth Kaplan a copy of Bei Meir Bist du Shoen and her doo-doowdooedoo-dooedoo! Rich leaves Mrs. Gorfein a cup of coffee and two bagels. Laurie Reynolds leaves her IBM cards to Carol Thompson. Jodi Sleeper leaves Nancy Glew her tarnished halo. Brenda and Jeanne leave Bob something soft and a gotya. The guys leave Tom Murphy to any class that will take him. Joyce leaves Patti a suitcase large enough to take her with her. Mike M. leaves his body to the sisters in sin, C.A. and M.O. A.G. leaves Kathy Hellstrom her membership card to SICK, one mmmm mi, and 3 yards of red gingham. Mike Schiavi leaves his Ralph Martino impressions to Ralph Martino. M.G. leaves her locker to an unfortunate freshman. Rowe I S nga y Roco I 92701070 ,y leavxfct ' vindiotiveness to the future senior boys. Senior class leaves to the juniors.....NOTHING! Kathi H. and Cathy M. leave Mr. Buell a year's worth of sedatives The Midnight Ruby Tuesday Runaway leaves herself to the Midnighter and leaves herself to Brat. Steve Krasnoff leaves nice clothes from his own store that he never wore. K.G. leaves all of her coloring books, balloons, and various other toys to Westboro. To next year's freshmen, the senior class leaves Richard J. Kropp Z,-1 I fl" . T - I ' 4 N . 'F ' s 4 . N is 'F v XQ:.' . 'ff-, 'N' 'Y " 'Z 4 'nl ' 135 'L ' , .QQ l , . ' N K a " X , F ' -1 1 . I ,JL ' , '1 5 1 . . '11 . 1 I ,' .' K , I Q1 . fi , 1 it .1-it 4 Q., . 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BUT.....SENIORS WILL NEVER LEAVE DRAKE'S FRUIT PIES.... ....assemblies, helpful guidance counselors, ice cream sandwiches, cotillions, coaches, in-service days, college acceptances and re- jections, senior week activities, .......... ,,.,,...,......being seniors,.............. Class History fsung to the tune of Swanee River! Way back in 1971, long long ago, 600 shy came for the four year show. and nervous freshmen How we cowered in the hallways- wondering who was who Mr. Kropp, and teachers, seniors, long days, made school hours blue. . Way back in 1972, long long ago, 600 domineering sophomores were now the freshmen's woe. How we worked at being rotten- P.M. kings and queens But Mom's apron strings were not still we forgotten, were green pre-teens. Way back . g 600 crazy, headstrong juniors waited for seniors to go. How and Now Our way 600 they kept that hard back in 1973, long long a o, worked us to the bone- us on our toes we are almost on our own, work really shows. in 1974, not so long ago, tired but brilliant seniors turned out MAGNIFICO1 How we yearned to see the year end- counting Now each We wish that we could stay. every day passing minute makes our hearts rend, v will One by one they wang, ell easy, all he receive their share of his riches, The hell fell G ,eye gm. feftggeken conversations of the heirs. what gill he Zeeve ,LY I Legg ie e...No, he'll leave that to her, remembpf lem he Yl'iQ in amish her smile into it's shiny surface? GR. gemx mf :ezine 1 zemember. Then perhaps that other...Ch f'at use Qfif ls 2. he always kept that locked up. I remember when he wevld egf me Kali ie me Q child he liked to watch me gazing et it in Q .',Q J. Lg JQJ keith Je much money, but he'a always let me hold it, fs fzeglle 'A . me exjea1ive..,.He certainly was e rich man. E wemier Whgt Ze lain me...I remember how whenever we would break euyclfvj .eve J, . 41 use tame: and say it wasn't important. he meee haw, Elf! e :gsm mem if he was not upset by all the expensive ehiyga Vw b:e'e i3 eu? play. But he loved to watch ue play. Mele nlvljf jeig mg. ?y25 I remember. But what will he leave me new ,ham ke'0 gamer On and om ie went, nie enqiese tending of happy remembrnncee of the aid mam, the ich 046 men vnu elweye smiled when he saw the children, always bei a piece oi seedy er e little gift for them, loved the ckil6Z,m 3: Tia 2.3. Row V3 fas gone, He had left them all behind and H075 idly few wwuld they find out how rich he really was. He was elwey: me gzzereus yuan he veg alive...Do you remember how he need to entry me exeend Lk- were en his ehoulders, around and around until we meth fell deem leuqhin, and dizzy? Yes, I remember, he always loved the days mhee we would come over io his house to play. Surely beoll leave me Qumeehieg werthwhile...I hope I gei...Rememner gee: Gif pegawa watch he hed...Yee, I'd like thet...Remembe? how he exei te hide it, and we had to find it by itge scene? Sh, vue, 125 xemember new he'd have other little toys and such hidden thee we xoald find while looking for the watch? He we: mme? Q sweet mid min, de yee remember? I'll never fozget. New bees gene. Z wceder :he he left me? Z en a hush fell QVEK gee Heil as e dear ogened: out stepped a men, dressed ie bleak and emrffing A eingle piece of paper. He was the reader of the will. in ehe eiieeee the minds still raced. what will I...I here ielc. .ee yea remember ehet....Will it be priceless? Everyeee exe? c eeee. The :smear eurveved his audience, leekieg et then All ive lx pave d.:aeziy. Glencing down at the decueene, he :egae to reed. W'Ffem you ell X leave epqgekimlly, ee ee E leave I leave all I have, and all I have te ieeie nge the memoriee.'n The reedef :gee werdlmeely. wieb e ellqht Dew, he turned and left the reem. Silenee ence were qxiepee ehe room. No one could epeak a weed, They leaked at each ether. 1 derstending. Of couree Une by mee they reee. left the hell. each keewinq they were fer richer new 2222 whim peew 'ii 'lf' emma. meet Publicove: too few gesterdays that we have sunk in delight. too few smiles have passed before us that we, eager, bestow a friendly D guise. V now confused, in this, we seek each other... ... in this glory at the top. RWE!! have made it, did we not think it possible? 'WE' reign, do we not act like kings? H 'WE' cry!-in all our still splendor we flounder happily in child's play. Tom rrow's gift will only last forever ..... OUR time is not up it has begun Cast it about you ........ ...... Robin Raphaelian


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