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

 - Class of 1977

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BOB SAMOLUK Q35 X lrRA QNX FEATURES 8. ACTIVlES1VALERIE MCANULTY BIOGRAPHY 81 VERSE1 CHERYL OUOLEY AOVISER1 MR OUSSAULT ,X warn ffm!! fb U2 N? You helped us through difficult times of our lives with an ever-ready smile and a guiding hand. You were our teacher, advisor and most importantly our friend. We came to you with our problems, and we could always depend on you. In appreciation of your time and devotion We, the Class of 1977, dedicate our yearbook to you, MRS. SUSAN SEYMOUR. -I-" vi Z' Y Q. s. ,i l 2 milf' ,,,- 1' ,f"", xv. gn? 4 , I 1 ..- 1 l f , ,.1-- ,M- in 3. 1 -1 f'Z nl -ma- -1. .-134. A ' fd f. fi 5 -'C -6 I1 l xy wr' K S :' ygw -W3 Kr -Q! if inggg-v-.....g,..- -M- T-,. -,..-L..-...,,-4.-.,......,..n , X l 4 C' 6 1 i A6 vb 'D 5 1 Q49 9 T57 4,1 'O ,gy fi' as 111K B Egg--N Hb--n Qi 47 .I X -2 .2 ' 91,79 1 7' 1 if gun - Mall 19 I-ti L.. 'Wk -f Susan ilu 'Islam f "W-.. ""'-v ? -1 - ,W ' I f Wu. Y, ff", i f a .RA Qi X. A ,-M la 41427 '75 T ' N wi 5X1 as 4 ...J.. gi' W 'P P' 'n , x -,X 1.x 155 4' 1.5545 x sh, .ff FS X -I S I in xx if 27 F-z'acg.'L 4' ! , ,. fb., J x Q Q ., '90 , Q ' 5-,A N X v .hm 0 .- "-x"!fQ'f'5. . Y I 1 ta, AM 'Em' I '- .siw .,l x--.. Y- Z! f I f I ffffx 2"'i"""r""wiw-yuan wwvvvq-wvygg? 1 r -----...-..,..,.,,, """"'1!'ll 05 'UW xiii I ,M . at :NLM ' . ' . 'iii ., t, I 4 Mr. Edward F. Gallagher, Principal Your stay at North High began with double sessions and is ending with a return to a more stable school envi- ronment. Your patience and growth have added immensely during this time - added to a most positive aca- demic and social atmosphere. I only hope the benefits you have received are equal to the satisfaction that the staff at North has experienced. l have seen your class become a single motivating unit that has been a tremendous asset to our school. Each class member is to be congratulated for a total contribution to North High. Most important, to you, is that you are graduates. You now begin to move in more complex surroundings. I know you are capable of success. However, do not allow the prevailing negative attitude over unemployment andthe value of higher education thwart your pursuit of personal accomplishment and increased self esteem. The Class of '77 must accept the responsibility of seeking answers to the myriad concerns of our society. As you have been accountable for your successful stay at North, so will you respond to the challenge of your future. l'm confident that your response will be positive, constructive, and humane relative to the needs of your genera- tion. My very best wishes to each of you, ikgsfl-'yfk 4, XV fx-Z6'61'f-Nr iR.,4-'Q-X XX Principal ADMINIS T RA T10 f F Mr. Edmond I I Mr. Flynn Q!! Q, x Sf: 1 .4 Mr. Kropp I! Z gg Y- A Mr. Hari Moenpao A rg Mrs. Ameffi 1 '6 , N Y' fr r 9 1 f Mrs. Feinstein Mrs. Arnoh I F SECRETARIES Mrs. Merchant '9'-1, Mrs. Korono Q-Z Mrs. Ford Mrs. Sharpe I Ms. Anderson Mr. Dada Mrs. Hull iwmw ,..., MEDICAL Mrs. Mullen Mrs. Copithorne Mrs. Jorgensen Miss Owen I li' Q : Ms. Matthews INDEPEN- DENT CENTER A Mr. McGillivroy 1 X DRIVER EDUCATION 1 Mr. Cordani Mr. George 22 F 5-Q., 4-an -. ow' II , 3 gf" i . i I? I Mrs. Pillie -' ' ' , Mr. Jolie If 5 . A CE TER 3 " Q 1 1 + F 3 Q . milf 4 A Mr. Scirettc I li i Mr Noonan Mrs. Crofeou s,s.ff,o '-ggi V -vw Qfeiwi -Qfsff 1-Si 1-'32':'fK'. f,Z,:':'i K il" 'N5'."""" 'f --'fp .,c.-Ns 'Q F' 44 3 '.. QF' 'L ,13s..:,1x:.:',-gp..j ' IJ, " 'hy .' 'Il "" ' V ,. if-rf '11-.ami -v 'iff' ,':-L ff " '32 1 - ,, . 5 --KST, -N4 5 Mr. Redgofe Miss McNally - Head Counselor .lg l. .1 I 'Q Mr. DeCosfe GUID Mr. Reedy McGarrohon Secretory r"v Mr. MucNobb Social Worker jv- AN CE Mrs. Glaven Career Information Center 3 i 511' 1. .- I g AI , A 1- Mrs. Sudzina Mrs. Manning - Secretary 114' Mr. Pike ,.f?J Mr. McGrath Mr. Borgia Miss Conway AR T Mrs. LaFollette Mr. Chen xl T . Mr. Whi?e Ax N X X' 1 , 2 3 I A . ' E Mr. Kornguth Mr. Mcselli f XXX 11 PHYSICAL EDU CA TI 0 Mr. Martino Mrs. Lufkin Mrs. Mathieson .L Mr. Summers - Athletic Director in Miss Bingham Mr. Insalaco Mr. Caputo Miss Jezukawicz Mr. Kavanagh 4 A my K .,. HUME ECONOMICS Ell Mrs. Fitzgerald 'lu 1 . I U - . 1 . ., Mrs. Gallagher l A l 5 x fi I 1 rg fi f ll Mrs. Willoughby Mrs. Welling Mr. Copucmo tM'5 r ' I Mr. Houmere 7 lf if-fl , , , INDUSTRIAL ART Mr. Kosky ' Mr. Cervossl 7? Mr. Pollard Mr Reynolds Mr Wulson rf 4' Y ENGLISH Mrs. Whihaker Mrs. Dunn Mr. Smith YQ Hhs! diva Miss O'Hara 551, Mr. Whelan - Dept. Head Mr. Schlickman 2' W Miss Thompson .Q Mr. Minarsky Mrs. Grain Miss Pofori X Mrs. Glannakakis gl Q-J ffyjifb Mrs. Phillips A, 49 i Miss Terry :,, , .4 M ' - V ., ' 1 5j,,431H ,,:1. I, . f .Q ff. Mr. Nollman Mr. Hayden rv-I 144' 1 9 :I 3 0 . I ' ' a s Mr. Savage T.- 4' 5 . Miss McCarthy Ai' ' ,, 4, - H '1 v f- 5, , M4124 Mrs. Leonard Mr. Foriier 31 Mr. Hayes Miss Pocella Dept. Head LANGUAGE v Mrs. Jolie fra? Mrs. Rugo Mrs. Goldberg Mr. Solvi Mr. Gorvin Mrs. Foley Mrs. Flury fix-U31 Miss Stapleton Mrs. Murray VQYQN Mr. Vogel Miss Lee M Miss Oliva Mrs. Foherfy Mr. Welcome - A... sf, in bf Mr. Hannigan Mrs. Monaghan ,Q , K Elf' " A F.. Mr. Antonioli 5vs,.,,, - AL: - MA THEM T I CS Mrs. Quigley Mr. St. Andre Mrs. Derro l Dept. Head Mr. Roos 4-L.. Mr. Merrill Mrs. Fagan Mr. O'Donnell Mr. Di Domenico f 9 'Q' Mr. Conlin Mr. Falco Mr. Lufender Mr. Quunn Mr. Fargo Mrs. Yanover I ffl . if Mr. Platt Mr. DiProfio wk, Mr. McDermof1 Depi. Head Mrs. Vincuilla ,E I , Mr. Coyle Mr. Duane 419' Ib A is Miss Rourke Mrs. Hayes Mr. Rota 523924 , 4 w'o4 -MSF. 4- .- ,. ,--. ,-,1 3": 1 A .,, lf.: ' i ' Mr. Bertucci 'H' Miss Marchegioni fm tm? Miss Oxmon Mrs Gorfuen Mr. Hanke Mr. Bayes - Depf. Head SUCIAL STUDIES Mr. Wade Mr Beard Mr. McGillivray Mr. Dussaulf 5 . I . Qu- - iv'- Mr. Levy 5 -1 . J 2 I 5 f :F Mr. Coppola Mr. O'Brien Mr. Dorgon Mrs. Seymour Mr. Dunne BUSINESS Mr. George rf: , is , ,J Mr. Dell'Olio - Dept. Head 3 . Mrs. Spifo Ed Miss Lonergon MVS- MY"i'-Tk I fi 5? 1,57 X I I Do You W. 'S-.-4-I , ll!- Remember When WWXW W W, AJ ww W w WWW vvfpey 6, ?W WNW 9 dfmfqf,-fmg0MMwW .- I ofa wwy ww Nw X ?ca1fwzm amd Q46 H fi 53? I x G M f, F5 J I W GSW 3 ', S gig ggi IJ ?w' Eg M 7. 3 43 f K REPRESENTATIVES Seniors Ann Bashaw Marie Dillon Carolyn Hine Jay Larson Selma Taygan Juniors Merilee Anzalone Amy Blitz Pom D'Angelo Mike Gordon Yolanda Nunley Gina Verrochi OFFICERS, L to R: Secretary - Linda Macleod, President 4- W", ii-bv - Terri Hegarfy, Vice-Presiden1- Laurie Yeager, Advi- sor - Mr. Hannigan. Missing: Treasurer - Joanie Zayne. S TUDE T Y...ui l X I 3 REPRESENTATIVES Sophomores Barbara Balboni Diane Fingold Karen Fitzgerald Alison Kur Fred Kurtz Bruce Shecter Freshmen Dave Apple Susan Brodie Beth Fisher Lynn Haberman Steve Rosenthall Laura Sebastian This year has been a very successful one for the student council. There have been many service pro- iects, including collecting for the Salvation Army, helping with the Telethon, and organizing Thanks- giving and Christmas drives. Teachers, students, and athletic teams have given total support to these efforts. The council also held a fifties dance. There was a great turn out, with everybody having a lot of fun. The student council has shown that helping and car- ing for others can bring ioy and satisfaction to everyone involved. 'I 45 SENIUR STEERING COMMITTEE ga, !.-s'.y-"""""-+v- -, From L fo R: Pres. - Bob Sc Treas. - Steve Jacobson. 'xx ,f I 4' ' .,. moluk, V.P 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 jf UNIOR STE RING C uuluuusa " OFFICERS, L to R: Miss Raine, advisory Yolanda Nunley, Secretory, Ruccio, Vice-President. 1 - 1-wg Bob Ross, President, Karen Sebosticn, Trecsurerg Vol r s '11 I 14. 'o i..e."' SOPHO ORE STEERING C0 MIT T EE Q15 3 4 Il n 1 OFFICERS, L to R: Sarah Macdonald - Vice-President, Stephanie Berman - Treas., Cheryl Goldberg -- Sec., Mr. Antonioli -- Advisor Marcia Belmonfe - President. W' --.N -1 A S - IJ' K . X swf 1 Front Row, L to R: Secretary - Mark Miller, President - Jay Larson, Advisor - Mr. Savage, Vice-President - Steve Jacobson Treasurer Steve Fusco 2nd Row Jr Director - James Engels, Soph. Directors - Tim Norton and John Powers, Sr. Directors - Layne Miller, Scott Hughes, Scott Baum Andy Udelson and Rick Liner Jr Director - Sharon Brody. F1 Advisor - Mr. Savage KEY CLUB The Key Club is a high school service organi- zation which is sponsored by the Framingham Kiwanis Club. After making an application for membership, a student must meet academic standards and attain administrative approval. Under the aims and the service program of the Kiwanis, the Key Club tries to develop initiative and leadership qualities. By participation in vari- ous service proiects, members learn to be good citizens of the school and the community. The Key Club is an organization concerned with help- ing others. I I I V S Il N if :i X as 2? I Xuan!!! Z r 4 1' x s 'Q V MH 3131 fl E fb... 5 I 1 X 1 f ii' I f AFS C2 a 1 3 The American Field Service is an exchange program which provides an opportunity for students from foreign countries to spend a year in the United States. The other aspect of the program, Americans Abroad, enables students from the United States to spend either a year or a summer in a foreign country. The students live with a host family and attend school while abroad. Trond Valldal, our A.F.S. student from Norway, is enioying his year in Framing- ham. He is residing with the Mr. and Mrs. Edward McManus family. AMERICANS ABRUAD Howie Cohen spent his A.F.S. year in Rio Claro, Brazil. He attended the Instituto Educacional Estu- dual de l O e 20 Grans Joaquim Ribeiro. Even going to parties was part of the learning experience Kim Sweeney spent the summer in Cebu City, Philippines as a member of the Dr. Jorge Dosdos family. She attended St. Theresa's College, an exclusive all girls' school. Editor-in-Chief: Dave Bern ard SPAR TA Special Assistant to the Editor: Amy Blitz News Editor: Andrew Jagoda Features Editor: Jeff Brodi 8 Managing Editors: Nancy Tarlin, Aaron Sherman Sports Editor: Chris Dateo Associate Editors: Tsuan Li, Tom Mooncai, Joel Jacobs Photographer: Bob Ungvary Artist: Ken Bousquet STAFF MEMBERS Susan Bamvakas Louisa Cynamon Pam D'Angelo Carla DeLuca Jackie Janson Susan Mooncai Karyn Moudy Elizabeth Perry Steve Price Elyse Ranart David Robinson Andy Rubin Paul Tabol Sue Wong Jill Yutan Advisor: Mr. Savage Lim 4 ,, i se' 3 ' l 8.1 1,-1' E in Mix Quo 11 ,A Pm B.. 1'ly"wg Art Staff SERENDIPI TY x. XFN. Editor: Audrey Helfont Co-Editor: Valerie Fulton Advisor: Mr. Schlickmon s-.............-"-"T . N' I 1, A 5: ' 21,4 '2,'4w?f I Rf N: gr Kathy Dow - Editor-in-Chief A f 5 f X A i 10.1 ..., MMM Q., Jill Gutmcm - Assistant Editor ' ' ' fiit35'f?3z'v- . f, it f ' Tiki, 55 t, i fu , AL f,5f4i,i3'3fl .rf I' gffg: ,y,,,u f 5' 7' ', 7 4 4 L ' '-A +,1 .. " fri. " 3:5-,'2.'5 1' --4-P ARC 'S pi 4,1 g,-1 1 -5 ,1 X . 19 f? Karen Davidson - Assistant Editor Mr. Dussoult Advisor gif' 7 71 ,. I ,,. ' .An..a. x Ll 5 ii 72 L 58 ' 4 P NATIO AL HO OR SUCIETY OFFICERS, L to R: Karen Zcllen, Treosurerg Chris Daieo, Presidenty Kathy Dow, Secretaryp Anne-Marie Lambert, Vice-President. .. A521555 viry w Advisor - Mr. O'DonneII f ,...,-Q." , '- T n lk OFFICERS President - Maria Melanson Vice-President - Jill Aniolek Treasurer - Sabine Kowal Secretary - Valerie Fulton Advisor - Mrs. Rugo GERMAN CLUB if XJ 1 17' 597 Q ITALIAN CLUB OFFICERS President - Carla DeLuca Vice-President - Anne-Marie Treasurer - Su Santone Secretary - Karen Davidson Advisor - Miss Oliva Lambert OFFICERS President - Carol Haynes Vice-President - Rosa Planas Secretary - Karin Moudy fl auf , -x - te .Q - 1 J si Co-Captains Steven Neitlich Elyse Renort Laura Schneider Ashoke Goswami Mqfthew Tobqgk Christine Hannah Beth Hannah Advisor - Miss Gruen 1 K DEB TE TE M TOPIC 1976-1977 Resolved: That a comprehensive program of penal reform should be adopted throughout the United States. TV Q CLUB .4 ' , XX - l ffm' fl' 12237 A UDIO- VIS UAL CL UB Advisor: Mrs. Croteou 64 It 'cuz we c0uIdn't The 1977 Junior Variety Show On February IO, l l, and 12, the Class of 1978 presented their variety show. Directed by Karen Feintuck and produced by Ken Pierannunzi, the show featured music, comedy, and dance. In these acts, the performers displayed their many excep- tional and sometimes unique talents. '. I COMPETITIVE db Sophomores Winnie- the- Pooh sq' 'l Q 2 :iff fr is f 1,- I , I ' 1 A I, E i 1 ,HEMI f E I A is , Q X ," "S-.uf M 2 . . Wi 50. : fl'l'f'3' 5 Freshmen - Hi! Down There m 1,5 , O f."'Zr Best Actor - Steve Herson, Best Actress - Marcia Belmunte, Best Supporting Alison Kur, Best Play - Winnie-the-Pooh, All Stor Cast - Charles Marron, Donny l 3 PLA YS fgs 1 f 1. .lzlr -,X ' I. 5 r ' N Juniors - Last Stop Actor - Jed Corman, Best Supporting Actress - Donna Kearney, Best Director - Williams, Nancy Travis, Charlene Fradette, Anne-Marie Lambert, Karen Marmer ,LA hr . X-I' , ,. , 1 - ' O .. 'Q Seniors - Huey and Bernard Jw. .43 I", 'iii F, 1 N 3 i December Fw fl- ...X N ff , '75 M 'lt ' J C 4. M 4, , A " A, V ' 23:ivQ1,J ,. ,. by f ' f , ,X , H "- 'qvf gg 3 ., v - 4., - faffzz. f -. J 177016 , K, President - Steve Herson Vice-President - Donna Kearney Secretary - Karen Marmer Treasurer - Louisa Eifrig J P X: ' Q 4 ' r X in I . I 'I X we C o 4 Zn. J e sw X X Q, ? QA I ve 11, M JN Y fx X O X w 'Et '-S PEL r Wt Advisor - Mr Schhckmon 1. .T -I SE NI OR-F RESHMAN DANCE 1 s "WIN T ER WONDERLANDW DECEMBER 19,1976 Q 1. 1-'C lrhsql +1 The Senior Cotillion, Winter Wonderland, under the direction of Randi Rodman proved to be a very enioyable evening for ali who attended. The music provided by the Blazers Jazz Band and the festive decorations put everyone in the holiday spirit. -,5--Www 'Cx X 'H Mr' BA D !v'4r"1j "'?:i L.:g2Q :bi-DLL: -n.fxT -. 'r g S O fu--go A P"""""' A "' Q , , ---v- -,1 1 ,r 4 .-.- za r e lf. A av ,Mu L' f 'V . V '15, .5 4 X ,-, ilk 'L 'ff wzag4asf.': vo- 1 1 V-ig-iw W Y-if-Y Q E if Co-Capt. Randi Rodman, Mrs. Lauginiger, Advisory Co-Capt. Marie Dillon ---1' T-:.-1:-as Ea" 6 in N- FIG GT- f - Y - X . i. , 5 5 G i 'n ' ,i-9.4,,.J..' ' , i' '-?5"b!Q t , ' I ., . ' 7 g "T ' I 1' 1,. . . "I 'L It ' A . ' yy , . .N . ,wld 1 'a if 2 -l.-. Jil... .J .1 .... L . I ...... 44:- MAJ 01-IETTE SQUAD fi- ' ...dur .mA,,,,.,.D"""' Co-Capts. - Patty Beaton and Kathy Barry NW 57"'xX'Q W QM .gh-, 459 Sk, - Wav sf . -4 K. Sweeney, Sgt.-ot-Arms .' I ik l , ll ,L CULOR GUARD Air' 'X L' 4: 'iff A I -' 'LII' M ' -ur" Paulo Kelly and Vol McAnulty Co Copts "'Il1"Q--.pvc-1 -.......,,..,,,,,,.....g -.....u.....g...., .Ai , ,' v-w. p-.-.. 2 P0 POM GIRLS g'1'f""' Co-Captains Barbara Sanders, Susan Elsworfh f r V 535: .Civ tvifw I Q C' ' - . " f' -tub' -F '- ' . f "' I If-P -mall 4 434 PEP SQUAD 6, 5? RALL -.8-"N 4 'i IQ -J. if .ff 3521? .I . ,, , . 1 yf-.. 9 -' in n, , ,A v'-C 0 U. ' mf A f .Q s . A ..,, IE ff? 1 r . -L x 4 ft A iw. M 3153 .1faiHm.,,,4z 3. , 7 K :Y 'llri i 2' gui ,.f5 f ' X 1 l?i'..""""" ' 12557 -34 na 1 1 3 N ll J SPAR T OOTB LL 9 Coach Caputo XI! I , , NM . W ,, . 1- . V. , -,,,,.,m,.7M.f.,.. . U.. W.. . - .,.... . -L. - V v . -.,,:- .. . ,. .. .. . .. Lnill"""""I i Nd P1 VARSITY FOOTBALL lst Row, L to R: S. Kalick, S. Robideau, M. Silverman, G. Zinck, M. Verocchi, N. Napoleon, P. Winn, B. Ernst, S. Nesson, R. Benoit, Coach Caputo. 2nd Row: S. Kadish, S. Johnson, C Fitzgerald, M. Verocchi, G. Gonthier, T. Zinck, C. Dionis, M. Kroner, B. Luz, J. Smith, C. Gulbrandt, Mr. Kavanaugh. 3rd Row: J. Fitch, T. Brown, R. Stevens, K. Short, T. Clark, B. Ross K. Parenunzi, F. Frasier, C. Mertaugh, J. Cabral, Mr. Coppola. 4th Row: S. Pitman, R. Melvin, G. Robideau. B. O'NeiI, D. Brunnelle, H. Droogan, J. Nilon, Mr. Woodward. M. 9' . .ffl for Q:--P at - '4 -if . 3... .N Sv . T' .' t I. JD-,QW N Vx...-1701 -s -1 , 4 . Mr-1 'N"u ' 1 ' Ju - , .My -dbx .,,' . i al ,if 5 z ? Cnpunlvl 52125623 1 ' . ' Won Lost 2 I I uh. WA ' A.. f- , .M V' S gs- ...,.,,. ,FN MSM' . "Q" "f' . Mr. Coppola Trainer 52111 M , .ww ,,, , W 41:1 ,, 'ff a 1 , jj ,mf 4:1 , Q 1 WONZ TIEDZLOST4 4 - - f : ,Nz-:q., ,LP fa F , , V n W, I .. A ,-- A 4 .V -- 32 vw-W I-J"'4L"' sf- A'f' 'f"'-""M'j rmf if N ff , 'gif f- f1M"fg"'lr,f"5K fa., Hn Q' I ly 'A A4 .L,,,.2,,.V 4 :N Y, i,,F' 'A J 4Q.,,-5-Q...' ful if-H" , -4 , . . M 4 ,. ...,, ... Aw- ,. .,,,. .. .. . ... FRESHME WON 2 LOST 4 lst Row, L-R: Sandy Nunley, Marianne Milette, Liz Knight, Vicki Knepp, Yolanda Nunley, Karen Sebastian, Nancy Mitrano, Carol Besgen. 2nd Row, L-R: Jean Devaney fmanagerj, Kaen Dimanno, Jo Tarbox iCo-Capt.Q, Donna Moquin, Kathy Bush ICO-Capt.j, Ann Janiak, Vicki Palmer, Donna Milette iman- agerj, Coach Pam Jezukawicz. A W RECORD WON TIE LOST Co-Captains and Coach 92 FIELD N HUCKE Y ,, ' .'l . F' A -ul A. J. I .... ..........-..-..-....-W .,-Y X N X 0 , Q, , ,I at -. .a., - . 1 , I ,, . . . . ,-4 l n . N., ,., ,if ' Ji-. W 9-r'3s.wf'f ,hiss -- ,. U 1 5 A I . ,V4 . I 1 tu 1 ,.,. :- ' 1. w .' 'J ,Q-,:' ' - Mogie We ore Seniors' . a. 4.--'- 1 Q4. All right Nancy! s 4 Aj 7 Coach Bingham a-, lst Row, L-R: Gina Frederica, Kathy Thomas, Terry Hanlon, Eileen Sullivan, Jane Quinlan, Dana Stareh, Donna Midura, Sandy Arico. 2nd Row, L-R: Coach Cindy Bingham, Elaine Barr, Karen Lennon, Mary Kenney, Kolhy Cohen, Bali Yee, Sue Lolhrop, Chris Haney, Suzanne Van Heest, Sue Davis, Maureen Allen. J'-Aix. 'S i V . 6 -,f. , p " :pw " ,, , e-e S if 1' 1. js y. " i 'i-sq e .f -' .4,,..,.ff i C - - ' "C" N AhlSweet Viclory. in-Muna,-Q ..- .,FkPUl 94 vpn.-in sl' .E v TS ,-, 'W' ?y'4- f'f'yg'3L1 A f ' ., 1,-3.-:ix "9 .Ili I 5-,2'.15,a,w42,92?if?5'-W3 , - ? '57 N " -17170, fagn ' I Q .,gr.. v- K-I ..,. 41 '5'f?il"f.l": - 'lk' .I l . .f .rw ,' ' 7 ...J gf, 'll f-. ul ' i Klum-he Coach Wheeler, Dave Manheim, Tore Mascioli, Keith Brown, Jim Brody, Dick Shorbath, Tom Reiter, Paul Frink, Al Giangregorio, Jim Adrian, Steve Jacobson, Art Athas, Buddy Jackson, Assistant Coach John Yeager, Ken Kurtz, Capt. John Curran, Capt. Lou Papadellis, Capt. Andy Hettinger, Ed Balboni. I . .fi eff Seniors Captains J. Otonchitts, A. Guigli, H. Levine, P. Bora, Capt. L. Hettinger, C. Mascioli, H. Hookway, T. Murray, S. Spector, S. Mann, Coach Yeager, D. Vlhggins, Capt. B. Creighton, J. Ronzoni, G. Shuman, K. Moquin, S. Manion, M. Jacobs, T. Sheehan, T. Frieband, R. Kabler, K. Quinlan, D. Roffer, A. Pongratz, D. Yof- fee, M. Fettig, J. Anzlone, P. Miller, A. Green, J. Brigham, D. Buyer, B. Heaton, R. Shea, J. Colon, P. Jorgenson, 8. Horner, M. Collins, A. Bowsk. 'li ,.v-7, ftyg, 11-5, ,.u,5o.. 35551 A: 96 Q- 9.1 -mn' .1 -. , '4...g,,f ,- '3 4- Sove. . . Qvf x FFF: "K FSH' -, y 'fin . ,-" f""'-an . . .Buddy. . . All-Star Ken Kurtz azaauaf-Hlhliuml' tgiiil "' ,, E I fiilllillgq 4 1 4 5 ' H-'geese-:, i sf ' - w 4 - ' -ef .gf1fl!!sQggef f5':5:::.Q f?35g?.E52J3ef"! W, ff- +f"f"""'! 14- J ,'u, -fi dj' .,,,r'4' "nj - 1- -sf:-11.3-149- ST' 1 " - -Q7 . - ,. '-a-. .1,, H .. , . P-"9?""'f'fD-10,3 'Q H . A. f ff'w- - , rf. , ,,. .....L','f5,.. I , 1. , . M x ,.-,,, V A 1939- '72i1.51f-52ig3.:g4,- ,. ,H I -,gc 5 L, . f.,.iJ,g, 1 A -'wriw -' sn :J PN. 1 A,x.,v' - ,- wp- ,A .4 -if--4 I 'Him' J. - "C ,g - ,J r' ,sf v -A' Lf. ',"', -11-3.1-', E , A' I' 1-'f' -",--'.,. ' .-' .. ,If ' ,'-' A, , -1' -- , Q sg - 'v' , . -f 3' ..T"7'M:i' P, " A-iw. .'a?Q'f.A'-""'7"'1' - ., ' -1- V---q:l:y.f-Af ' . -' - - 1 ' - ' - ,',.-cf!!!-vu-il - H- igufairn . ."'-. A-'QJ Coach Wheeler ' ' 'Jackson ! r my I E I i N I 4:05.41-if ijq v .1 I S 1 - fs N ' wsu- 1. s " ' - ' , b S 7 f 1 . M ' I X vw, , , J o-midi' S' -'Ju' " ' Kfi3fQv'.Y 4 X Lou Popodellis - All-American Captain Andy Heftinger Y 5 'H Z XZ x , W' ,.- sr' 11 I wwf ,J -..--xg f""' 4 4 1 A44- Senior Sieve Jacobson WW , , , Senior Ar? Afhas :uf -. ,.' . , wlnwf li M'-z. jf ,,,fg,qpa,.nw.-new ff wwf, 'f ' 5. uf! 1'2" vidinoiqta A ' , -4-PJ" All-Star Striker - John Curran Freshman Keith Brown Y lg 5513 Elk-L ,,yi'1, ' 4,514 " X, ,.,,y ' SENIORS, Left to Right: Julie Macdonald, Eilleen Plunkett, Ann Rachwal, Peggy Tol- land. 1 Top Row: Coach Denise Dallamora, Judy Giorgio, Nancy Friedman, Mary Beth Wohler, Beth O'Neil, Nancy Callahan, Ann Rachwal, Anne Fangmann, Karen Gunther, Terri Jarrett, Joan McGrath, Julie Macdonald, Mgr. -- Peggy Tolland. Bottom Row: Theresa Doran, Susan White, Jean Dallamora, Betsy Lordan, Co-Capt. Maureen Brown, Co-Capt. Eilleen Plunkett, Amy Blitz, Sarah Macdonald, Ginny Bartlett, Carol Campion, Amy Evans. Missing: Merrilee Anzalone, Lynda Hapgood. Coach Dallamoro Di r 50" ,W , 'P' L T .,gg1fw'w.evf". ,. vs' J' T IED '- "'4-wg , fag K 4 ro D ' ni'-m Co-Capt. Maureen Brown Co-Capt. Eilleen Plunkett , I 4, ,, A ,. Goalie Anne Fangmann makes the save. K,O. Amy Evans in pursuif L-R: K. Gaudet, L. Gaines, W. Engel, J. Gerding, K. Zollen fco-capfoinj, T. Hegarfy lco-coptainj, M. Celorier, T. Sulkin, A. Tursky. OLLE YB LL Co-Captain Karen Zcllen, Coach Marilyn Edwards, Co-Captain Teri Hegarfy Lynda Gaines, M. 8. Celorier Teri Hegcrty, Lyndo Gaines, Anne Tursky Karen Zallen 5. 5 4 Lost 1 1 i Front, L-R: L. Schneider, D. Santoro, K. Lambert, R. Wilson, M. Finley, B. Fisher, R, Block, R. Michelson lcoptoinl. Bock: C. Aube, M. Avers, D. Sherman, J. Earle, D Mczrgeson F Bernstein B Brody CROSS-CDU, TRY Won Lost VARSITY: Front Row, L to R: J. Gerding, P. Hough ico-captj, E. Bayer lco-captj, M. Cullinane, A. Anronucci. 2nd Row: G. Lyons, M. Silver, G. McGeoch. 3rd Row: R. Ross, S. Rosky, Mr. Conlin icoachj. ,, N1 Q, . 1 A FRESHMEN: Front Row, L to R: H. MacKey, R. Hartwell, J. Joyce, T McMahon. 2nd Row: C. Ramsboftom, J. Anfonucci, D. Bridge, M Gerding. 3rd Row: M. Bernfeld, M. Polin, A. Davis, G. Sheinfeld. JV: Fran! Row, L to R: J. Cullinane, D. Buckman, T. Norton, R. Glaven. 2nd Row: J. Walker, T. Hopkins, L. Miller, S. Baum, W. Hanlon, J. Nesh imgr.l. 102 . f in 'v L 4 lst Row: C. Hine - co-capt., K. Slattery, K. Bobby, S. Hanney, R. Murtagh, M. Devaney, L. Baker, L. Yeager - co-capt. 2nd Row: Asst. Coach Taver B Brooks C Dudley A Borden, S. Wigetman, T. Bobby, L. Povia, L. Nordquist, Coach Lufkin. 3rd Row: L. James, S. Snook, D. Stetson, L. Baker, K. Savoca, D. Sumner, S. Tafuri K Davidson S Braver man. Missing: A. Lambert. SWTMWUNC 1 SENIORS: L to R, lst Row: R. Murtagh, L. Pavia, K. Davidson, L. Yeager - co-capt., L. Baker. 2nd Row: T. Bobby, C. Hine - co-capt., C. Dudley, S. Hanney. Missing: A. Lambert. 104 ILSL. IHLUUP WN? LOST THU? N L to R: Asst. Coach Tcver, C. Hine - co-ccpf., Coach Lufkin, L. Yeager -- co-ccpt S WIMMING .N 4 Boffom Row, L to R: A. Benneh, B. Casperson, co-copt. R. Liner, co-capt. E. Bayer, A. Alhas, E. Buckman, C. Smith. 2nd Row: Ass'f Coach Turner, M Winer, B. Daly, S. Scheinfeld, S. Klavans, C. Marlin, A. Dodek, Coach O'Callahan. 3rd Row: J. Ofowchifs, M. Wade, M. Nollman, M. Sloane, G. Geller P. Palmer, T. Frieband, R. Jagoda. Won 3 Lost 4 Top Row. Co-captains Eric Bayer and Rick Liner. Bottom Row: Coach O'Cal- lahan and Assustoni Coach Turner. O6 Seniors . V ......uv- ,,,,.,p,-..- H gxmnffgpl' . Z 107 VARSITY BASKETBALL WON 7 LOST 1 1 Co-Captain Larry Clemente Coach Salvi Co-Captain Jim Fitch From ROW, I--Rr M0fk Ve"0C""i, Louis Papadellis, Jim Fifch fCo-Coptj, Sreve Mocura, Tom Shanley. Second Row, L-R: Sean Gr fM0f"09efJ, Mikh KVOUNCY, Carl Gullbrand, Dave Mannheim, Kenny King, Al Weeks KManagerJ. Third Row, L-R: Phil Morgan Coach K- Sfllvl, TOYTW Fffldene, I-Gffy Clemenie QCO-Captl, John Tracy. Missing: Mike Dixon. ealey lManagerJ, John Connolly , Jack Warren, Chris McMahon, f Q, y. F5 I .2 x use Q. at N I A J s......, '-- ...,,f x 7 gl i Q f A n .- p. -I I 1 I 5 4 vi Coach Bingham 43 N r . 'MV L 5 3 Front Row, L-R: Laurie Yeager, Kalhy Bush, Jo Tarbox, Rosemary Murlagh. 2nd Row, L-R: Sally Quinlan, Sue Waldman, Debbie Mague, Yo Nunley, Karen Dimanno. 3rd Row, L-R: Coach Bingham, Ann Fangman, Patty Clark, Vicki Knepp, Jo Gerding, Jean Devaney, Sue Lathrop fMgr.l. Devaney Co-Captains . 1 U8 Managers Won 5 Martha Seniors Lost 13 Mark Collins IO'Ne 'I Y V- fx ,V u A A 1 Q T 1. ,....4... Brad Donnellon WON LOS T SECOND IN THE STA TE 'V 4 49' is kFI X WNNV 6 Co-copt. Carol Sf. Beth Brooks Sue Snook ' z K Co-ccpt. Karen Zollen LUST 3 5 ,Sir 9'3 l'i? 'ffl-vi Chris D'Angeli GYMNAST ICS Bottom Row, L to R: A. Bonvini, K. Gaudet, Co-copt. K. Zallen, Co-capt. C. St. Martin, S. Snoak, N. Mitrano. 2nd Row: S. Alperin, L. Hapgood, L. Maria, D. Churchill, K Smith, D. Quinn, J. Divico, B. Brooks, L. Waxman. 3rd Row: L. D'AngeIi, N. Campbell, Coach Niechwadawicz, Coach Brown, K. Sebastian mgr., C. D'AngeIi. Karen Zallen, Nancy Mitrano, Carol St. Martin Front Row, L to R: J. Curran, J. Kelly, L. Miller, co-capl. T. Hopkins, co-capt. P. Hough, S. Kalick, M. Silver, B. Ernest, S. Baum. Back Row: Coach Dumas, D. Glaven, M. Polin, N. Triano, S Roskey, S. Baron, K. Toucey, H. Maikson, G. McGeoch, R. Foynes, C. Dionis, J. Pugh, G. Lyons, J. Neshe, D. Tamasanis, J. Clinkscale, T. Anfonucci, M. Foynes, A. Davis, B. Luz, P. Kadish Coach Blanchehe. Missing: A. Janiak, B. Hanlon, J. Gerding. I D003 TRACK WON 3 LOST 5 TIED 1 Coach Dumas, co-capl. Tom Hopkins, co-copt. Phil Hough, Coach Blanchefte. H8 Sean Roskey SENIORS: Top Row, L io R: S. Baum, L. Miller, M. Silver, B. Ernst, S. Kalick, T. Anfonucci. Boflom Row, L to R: J. Kelly, P. Hough - co-ccpt., J. Curran. Missing: A. Jonick, B. Hanlon, J. Gerding. And they're off! Charlie Dionis Geoff McGeoch in pursuit. Geoff closes in on his mon. And at the tape it's McGeoch firsfl Q 3 4 A bn " I-Q . ' ff ' . i - V-' . A K rl: K, 'ir 'T I. ' ' gfrifj -i 0 it .Q 1 ,Q i , X q N i - , f . X N ,V . , if -619 7 N J W, J 'KP J' X 32: Q J fi ,, ., 5 J M 7 A S . ,4 f5 - -, -if - Y! :I In as 14 V ' . of .J 1 eJ A J se J e , -xl :iv .fs :I M It "'. f si: Illz A 1 I I A , ,,.. ,4 Q U , ' ' 7" to it Top Row: Mike Silverman, Peter Winn, Coach James Kaufman, John Beling, Ed Balboni. Middle: John Pittman, Dan Remillard, Jim Engels, Tom Paul. Bottom: John Cullinane, Watson James, Jim Lemmon, Greg Goldman, Bob Lemmon. ll Il I 1 0 I' , ff: Il, 1' 6 S Ill C Il J - fv' I ' - Top: Capfains Peter Winn, Watson James, Ed Balboni. Bottom: Coach James Kaufman Won Lost 1 0 5 Tied 1 Top: Mike Silverman, Peter Winn, C5 x fffr Fifi F, emillard, John Pihman. Bottom Ed Balbonu Mag .Jv 02 412' W. 4 1 'Y' G7 HOCKEY 'ws :lift 'ik wif '- . f'v"'. ll, ,,,K Q . . V fi' vw: b -.!m..'.u E, 'U' .""3,4 , 91 Q -xii' n P' 'kaffz Q- far. 1 "' w 'I 0 GS-xax xl- Jai., I M. f S .' -W S., fi I2 1 I viii Xt 3 f f 5? .,l' 11 D ' 'Pwr Y D 1 lf Q 'W ' f 'g. A f N... , NY, l..tQ e K N X Q f ,. 5' ,IX S ,xt Y, L , 'L 4.-R J rsil 1 - .,, LQ 9 'L 7 , "H", R 3 '--5-ran,-' '73 ' .IN Bottom Row, L to R: R. O'Loughlin, 8. Smith, Co-Capt. A. Zonghetti, L. Manning, N. Hanna, M. Kerwitz, co-capt. J. Casey, B. Waters, W. Osgood. 2nd Row: Asst. Coach Morris, D. Mezzone mgr., M. Montalbano, P. Deshaw, J. Conway, D. Taylor, S. Stockman, C. Chisholm, S. Sebastian, P. Skiskowski, S. Fitzgerald, D. Nau, S. Alinson, R. Luoma, Asst. Coach Meruzzi, Coach Higgins. Asst. Coach Morris, Co-captains Jim Casey and Artie Zonghetti, Coach Meruzzi. Won 1 Lost 1 7 Tied 0 4 I' 8 S IH f if it 6 J Q firm """"""N'ff":L..,f,.'-7-- -..,-am? H M ' ' f- J . ,-- 'iZ" i51l'1--E"V ai Y' I UC 'U vw U -7 0 ad 'U u PT I U I I U 1 ' ' U"Y1 I ll 5 16 pw, qi 3 '15 QQBTH e J , I. :: :: :- it 1:1 -: 4, -, Sf 'x aw 1 GJ. XX F I- ? xl i I1. MAGED ABDOU Wreslling 2, 3, A, Chess Club 3 Fryday's Vd T meermgs . , could be cl moth gen- aus. JAMES RICHARD ADRIAN Jimmy Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Key Club 4. Handsome wirh o mischievous grin . . . Friday mghls . . Soccer, good limes in Bermuda . . . Florida bound PATRICIA MARIE ADAMS PAUL ADAMS Puffy A Capella 3, Chorus 3: Glee Club 3, Pep Squad 3, Music Club 3. A sincere friend, Brian Who?, Sophomore year for- everll, l "l07". , . 111'-'rl ROGER ADAIR C.B. Club 3. lnlelligenl and lndrvldualrsflc GWENDOLYN J, ALBRIGHT Gwen A Capella I, Archon Ag Sleering Commmee 2, 3, 47 Community Action 4, Voriefy Show 35 Spanish Club 3. "Spanish Bug" , , . Tasry's . . . Front Lobby, "Wha!'s wrong with your eyes?". . ,"BuNercup" STACEY M. ALLEN MICHELE ALPERT Store "Pokey" Variefy Show 2, 3,45 Key Club 4. N,H,T. and D,T, . . . Fine limes in 0.0.B.l . . . Mornings . , . I bored "you Io death abou! him" Room 30 T.A. , , . Summer of '76 , . ,Crusin' in "Ma" and her big plansl . . . Toyoras and lmps . . . W.S. for sure ROBERT DOUGLAS ALPHONSE SUSANNA WESLEV AMBLER Bob Sue Lacroue I. The bowl . . . P.R.S .,.. Summer of '76 . . . Handsome ondlnendly, . .Good ramen wuvh Sue, C.C., Leno: . . . Ihe mormer . . . blind dole: Tom and Steph. . .always remember M.L.K,D, . . .her yellow Valli cab JANICE ANDERSON DEBORAH ANGELO A.J.H.S.,A.H.S., F.N.H.S.,Motormouth,Panthers, Summer of l976 . , . The comer . , . Friday Aniceed,Snowl. . .afriondly outlook on lite nights . . . Bermuda . . . January 25th . . , Pretty . . . great personality 'T' 5 -. 'fn -" . Aoeune Aroosm F it -app' 1- l 1 DENISE ARNOLD KAREN ARNOLD Steering Committee 4. Cape . . . M.F. . , . run-loving and friendly Tango with J.M. . . , Labor Day in Poco . . . Sum- mer of NJ. "76" . . . Friday nights with J.M., D.F., und C.K., . .Eaton Rd. West ,SYN CYNTHIA RITA ANTALEK Cindi Butch and Duce . . . Austria . . . the neighbor- hood . . . the Y.A.B. . . . the corner the gunner . , . "My God, J.C." KAREN MARIE ARICO Steering Committee 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, Ap Jr. Variety Show 3g Archon 45 Pacers 2. Noodle Island . . . Vol's . . , Mr. Doodles . . , Rome. . .Sweetwater . . ."HelIo rock". . .Sis SHEILA ASKIN Pacers lg Variety Show 2, 35 Community Service 35 Serendipity df Archon 4. Cambridge . . . ballet theatre and the M.F. tolls . . , brothers abroad and a 442 . . , CGR-HilB . . . yellow Toyota at Sudbury FriendIy's 129 --- f .1 l ff-20 V I ARTHUR ATHAS LINDA ANN BAKER SANDRA BAKER Arthur Linda Sandy Soccer l, 2, J, 4, Basketball 2, Swimming 4, Out- Latin Club 2, Sec. 3, Swim Team 3, 4, Community A good friend . . . warm and sensitive . . . "you door Track 4, Key Club 4. Service 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4. look so good" . . .Anticipations of G.D, in home- Athletic and fun-loving. . .North vs, South soccer Senior Swimming, KD., Frog Cake and Mr. M, Y00ml 4l soc.-left . . . Bermuda '75 Latin 4 - Study 7, Sugarloaf '75, McMurphy Trial . . ,"Yeh Defense" EDWARD F. BALBONI THERESA BALBC. .. EDWARD CORBIERE BALL Ed Ed Wrestling l, 2, 3,Co-Capt. 4, Soccer 2, 3,4. Daring and funloving, a lot of energy in a small Summer of '76 . . . April 24, I977 . , . Good "Widdle Eddie" . . . Balbani-North . . . B.S.L. package , , ,MELONS. . .Chubbettes, Canada Music, Good Times . . . "Live your life to the Champs . . . The Hydrant . . . Balbatros . . . . . . Summer of '76 . , . Cruisin' in the Sports max!" "Whore ya going , . . ED? . , . Oh, Well Silence Coupe Beckons BRIAN C. BAKSTRAN UB.. Basketball I. Basketball . . . dances . . . Hampton Beach . . Summer Concerts . , . the neighborhood . . Nashua, N.H. 3 AMY LYNNE BARR Amy Community Service 4, Tennis l. Senior-Freshman Dance . . . The Police Station . . .friends KATHLEEN M. BARRY l .sl Kathy Maiorettes l, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Steering Commit- tee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 4, M.C. 3, Pacers l, 2, 3, 4, Comp. Play 2, 3, Archon 4, Softball l, A Capella l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, Music Club l, 2. B.B., Bob's girls at Jack's . , . Bay State Comp. 'Gs' ft' Qu--ll sn i I i, ' i, I D 130 KAREN SUE BARRETT Karen Always fun . , . Keeps all laughing . . . summers in Germany, winters in Florida . . . "youse guys" SUSAN BARTLETT Sue Pep Squad 3, 4. "Bowie" . . .dancel . . . "Where's the birdie?" . . ."Ba-dado", . .California BONNIE BARTOLINI Key Club 2, 3, 4. Cape Cod friends and cousins . . . Squareback power. . ,Succi. , .Crusin' thru the foliage with A.A ,... weekends with M.E., L.M., D.B., J.F,, and D.P. . . .Gracias Carlos ANN MARIE BASHAW Field Hockey I, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Student Council 4, Archon 4, French Club 4. B'Shaw . . . limberg cheese . , . Bermuda . . . Monty, . ."I'll neveraat again". . , X r,.H,f 4 f 'M-r A PATRICIA LEE BEATON Patty Maiorette I, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Pacers 2, 3, 4, A Capella 4. D-6 . . . moiorettes , , . Sat. mornings at Bick- tords, . .parties at Val's F1-lv I B -'19 ' 1 Q 1" 4 ll ' yn' f- E - 1 i . ve 9,15 " ' I- my IBWIVDGV 'Wi ' '-VAIO EW -:... g' -Z SCOTT BAUM ERIC J. A, BAYER Key Club 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track Hockey I, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, JANE HELEN BEASLEY 3, 4, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, 4, Community Service Track I, 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 3, Co-Capt. 4. You are not the whole of yourself, your friends I, Pacers 3, Basketball 2. Len's our friend. . . Mr. B's. . hairline fractures are the rest telephone calls . . . track, track, and track . . . and track . . . Mr. Rota's toys . . . the smell of 76 Concerts Paranoid Daisy Jone- Cape Cod . . . the Armory . . . bus trips home chlorine during gym Cope Cod Memories GLORIA BENINATI ANDREW MARK BENNETT MARCY BENNETT Pacers 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Pep Andy "For long as you live and high as you fly and Squad 3, A Capella 3, 4, Music Club 3, 4. Baseball I, 2, Soccer I, Swim Team 2, Co-Capt. 3, smiles you'll give, and tears you'll cry. And all you Summer of "75" . . . the music room sickies . . 4, Steering Committee 3, 4. touch and all you see is all your life will ever be." Pep Squad swim team . . , the stick . . . Elda's house . . . skiing. . .Seagull Beach I 31 if '15 sz fy f ' 'ff' fiizli LORI BENNETT RICHARD P. BENOIT l 71 LISA BENSON Swnrnmnng 2, Benny "Bunch" "A new day, a new way, and new eyes Io see the Football games , '66 Musvong , Sorurdoy Good sknng . , , Swnzerlond . . . WAH . , , down You go your way, I'Il go mme and carry mghvs the wall . easy gonng and ovhlehc good frrends N.H , . Reasons, . , sensor on " , . sincere good-nnfured, week . ofvrochve . . . olwoys o smule DAVID JEAN BERNARD NaI. Hon Soc. 2, 3, Ag Key Club 2, 3, 4, Comp, Ploy 4, Sparfon Edllor-In-Chief-1. Dave . . , rnfellecfual . . , Iroyung down Devuruly Hull. . .New Vecr's porhes. . .Ihe newspaper 'KU GAR BERNAS ROBERT BERRYMAN Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Bully the Swnzerland mp 'he '76 boseboll Ieom Gymnashcs I, 2, 3. PAUL MARK BERNARD! "BuIch" the gunner . . , Mh of July . Cappy . Rlccrdo . eosygolng and mischievous L LISA BLOCK Commumty Servnce 3, 4, Key Club 4, Sleernng Commmee 4. Woylond, . ,P,W.-E.S.P. , ,881 . .3f27f' 76 , . , TD. . , Florudc , . . summer conceris . . . Pug . . ,2:0O o.m. .Bad T - good mghr . . "WhoI's tha! bng flung?" LISA BLOOM "Work Performed" la. X THERESA BOBBY Terra A Capella Ig Communuly Servuce I, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Swum Team 4, Sieermg Commmee 3, 4 swnmmmg and 'rock . . . summer I976 , , , dus- cus , , Suzy Homemaker , , Jumpmg Jacks , . .Karen's bug snsler M KI? NANCY BOBRICK LINDA BORER Seltzer Boy Dcncmg Chestnut Hull Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 3 bloesurgucol Locker 75 , Mrs M "We all llve under the same sky, but we all don't Hopknntan-early Iculcesl see the same horuzons " 'Q' d"'5 DAVID BORMAN KENNETH BOUSQUET Dave Kenny Tennis 2 3 4 Key Club 4 quiet . , artrstlc . . , o thoughtful person . , a Wonder market softball games and returns qbestlomng mmd BARRY BOWMAN "Bear" Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestlnng I, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, A Chret R,C. . , "Bug Bear" . , B,S.L. Champs . . ,Sea n' Surf, . ."8AAAA!". . .Little Forms andthe Loadmobile . . . Party at Ed's 2 WILBERT D, BOWERS Wnl Boy's Gee Club 2, Muxed Chorus 2, 3, A Capella I, 2, 3, 4, Club 3,4 Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pacers I, 2, 3, 4, Music "the MouseTrap". , .outgomg . , summer '76 KATHRYN I., BOWMAN Kate Swlm Team 2, 3, Nat Hon Soc 3, 4, Steerang Committee 3, 4, Commurnty Servrce 4 Crunsrn' rn the Sports Coupe "NAAA!" , Summer ot '76 . the sweotshurt . . . good fruends and good tumes from B.R. by JAV BIIADWAY CHERYL BRESNER KELLY ANN BRIGHAM memorues of Marrcn , the Jumor Prom Pep Squad 2, 3, 4 Form Pond Frosh gym class . York Steak House "Ir's cool" Kool cot JAMES LAWRENCE BRODY "Brads" Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2. Soft-spoken, athletic, good student, sense of humor, , qfrifr I. f ,,...,, 7 ' 1. we 1 f.. DIANE ELIZABETH BRYANT ..Di.. Field Hockey 2, 3, Lacrosse 2, 3, Archon 4, Spar- tan I, Steering Committee 4. "l am not atraid of tomorrow for I have seen yes- terday and I have loved today." KATHLEEN BUSH Kathy Field Hockey 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, Lacrosse 4. "Busby" . . , great times with LN. S.G. and J.D. . . . Field Hockey 75 and 76, Hamburgers and tossed salad, Hockey games, Feet , , . Feet LESLIE BROWN THOMAS B. BROWN ERIC CHARLES BUCKMAN Tom Football l, 2, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4. Tom . , . funny and athletic memories of A.B,, Remember the tourney, Saturday nites, Member of C.C., the old white house, "Party at Eds," Snap- pin' Turtle E ROBERT BUDD Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Community Action 4, Steering "Live for today, and dan't worry about tomor- Committee 2, 3, 4, Letter of Commendation, Nat, row." Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4. Farm Pond, Tobogganing in Westboro . . . Wich- ita, Kansas ANN M. BROSSI Steering Committee I, 2, Calor Guard 3, 4. Ann . . , crazy and fun . , . memories of color guard and close friends . . . Standing on the cor- ner EVELYN BUCARIA Pep Squad I, 2, Co-Capt. 3, 4, Italian Club 3, 4. Silly String, Hanging Around the Cafeteria CAROL M. BYRNES Community Action I, 2, 3, A Capella If Glee Club I, Pacers 2, 3, 45 Pep Squad 3. Jumpin' JJ, and Mappie, You're getting punchy, The Big lf, Now I get it, Florida DARLENE CALIRI "One leof as for lrrendshrp, another hopprness and one leol rs lor luck, but the most Important leal of all rs for love " KATHLEEN MARY CAMPION Kathy Vanety Shaw 3, 4, Sleermg Commmee 4, Commu- mry Servrce A. Fruendly and ouigorng, o crazy sense of humor "Compu" , Chubbettes . . "I'm sure" Summer of '76 . , the Sports Coupe . . CCR St Pat's , .W.H.P.l. DEBORAH CAPLAN Dobb- Communuty Servrce 2, 3, 4g Key Club 3, lg Steenng Cornmmee A 'Every moment rho! we are together, l am learmng sornethmg, and thot knowledge becomes o perma- nent part of me " MARY ELIZABETH CALLAHAN Sleermg Commlttee 2, 3, lg Archon 45 French Club A5 Communrty Sewrce 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, A EMAR . . . Bakery Blues , . . Hurncane Higgms , Chubbeltes Monty P. , "Hugh Hopes" rn Morne. LAW, RMB, MEB week- ends or B,C , Concerts, "Scotch and Soda" , . Bert 'n Il 1 I DANIEL CAMPBELL Danny Memories of good times mth good lrreflds, Whats Hen Pelham Island , the Path IOBERT CANYIN "Those who do not remember the past are an blllflid to repeat it." 41" BARBARA ANN CARROLL Always smiling and willing to listen . . . M.M., Bully Joe and Bobby Sue, long hol summers LINDA CARTER Colorguard 3, 4. fun-Iovmg, France '76 . , . Swntzerland '77 , . . old orchord beach and colorguord . outspoken and nndependent 135 Q LISA CRISTOU Wal lex roller skating club skating meets , . .Telling iokes in the cafe JAMES MICHAEL CASEY BRUCE CASPERSON JUDITH CHAMBERLAIN Jim Golf 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Judy Hockey l, 2, 3, Co-Capt, 45 Lacrosse I, 2, 3, Co- Rowdy sometimes, math genius, girl watcher, good Jugsy and Mugsy, Chubbettes, W.H.P.I., C.G.R., Capt 4, Community Service 3, 4, athlete, all-star swimmer, good sense of humor, Monty nites and "The Girls," Do-A-Rat and grab a Jim, Mantuego, Party at Ed's? Member of C.C., O- Summers in Scituate, Mr, B's Chemistry class, melonl I7-l ,pvc is 47" YET? 519-i 'lik if 831 I STEPHEN CHRISTOU TIMOTHY CHURCHILL RICHARD ANTHONY CICCIU Steve Natick labs . . . fishing . . . cans ol bad franks Rick Ten Pin Center, Wal-lex, Traveling all over the , . .Mr. Rota's class The wall, weekends out with the gang . . . Good states . AV Club . . . Student Council natured and outspoken, versatile. Shy and good natured, hard working, helpful. DAVID MICHAEL CINAMON Dave Soccer lgOutdoor Track I. Quiet, shy, nice person and friendly . . . "break a legl" RICHARD J, CIVITARESE Ricky Quiet, individualistic and open-minded, interesting to know and to understand KAREN JANICE CLARK i 38" L i LAWRENCE CLEMENTE Of 'X 6 s lf ,M Larry Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, "Music sweet Music" going to Pino Wo on . . . g . . . B-B practice is boring 452- . 2-4-.Q ',' KATHLEEN CLINKSCALE Kathy, Doris Steering Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club I, Pacers 3, 4. Summers ot Nantasket, Star boarder at K's, "I wish I had one." "lt won't go downl" JULIE CLYMAS Pom Porn 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3. pretty and petite . , . Prom '76 . . . "My God C.A.". . . "Hey B.F., Who's laughing louder?" TAMMI COLE . , . September 9, I974 . . . St. Pete Florida . .Hot tuna. . .Aloha DAVID CODY :On MAUREEN COLLINS HOWARD PRIVES COHEN MARTY COHEN Howie Quiet, good notured, independent, mind of his Track 4, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee own 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Jun' iar Achievement Treas. I, Pres. 3, 4, A.F.S. Schol- arship Brazil 3, 4. Operation 5384 . . . Brazil . . . Lake Cochituate . . . "How" '51 fe- JOHN MICHAEL CONNOLLY LAURA MARIE CONWAY "09" Community Action 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Key Club 4. 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Colorguard 3, 4, The 409 . . , Cruisin' Archon 4, Pacers 4, . . .skiing. . .Bermuda. , .midnight decorator . . . Dennisport . . . sunny slopes and sandy beaches 137 gs --nn' ..a JARED SAMUEL CORMAN ROBERTA CORMAN STEPHANIE COSMOPOULOS Jed "Rabble" Steph Key Club 2, Nat, Hon. Sac 2, 3, 4, Pacers 2, 3, 4, Communrty Servnce 3, Pep Squad I, 2, Co-Capt. 3, Student Councrl I, A Capella I, 4, Glee Club I, Tenms Club 2, 3, 4, Archon 4, Spartan 4, Comp. 4, A Capella l, 2, 3. Musnc Club 2, 4, Mnxed Chorus I, Steerxng Cam- Play 4, Nat'l Ment Sem:-Frnalrst, "Good morning yesterday, you wake up and tume mmee 2, Varrety Shaw 3, 4, . Oslo . . . Alvm Ortlnp , , . M, Tetreault , has slnpped away. And suddenly rt's hard to fund, Dear Abby . . . Iaokmg for the "rught" one , . the bug "D" , . street hockey , the Quadran- the memories you left behrnd, do you remember Plymouth Mass., . .summer of I976 gle, , cut down at the plate , the tlmes of your lute?" ,. 1:-it JONNI LYNN COX Chess Club I, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Softball 4. "lf yau'ye gat somebody you can trust to the very end, well rf you do I wanna be luke you, cuz you sure gat a real good fnend " JAYNE MARIE COSTA Community Servrce I, Steerlng Committee 2. "Fly luke an eagle, let your sprrrt set you free." DEBORAH COVILLE Debble Softball 2, Vanety Show 3, A, Communrry Servrce 3, 4, Humarock , Joe Buttsy and A,B, . . , L P, , . .Chubbettes. . .Marshfield , , . off roadung rn the D.B. or LINDA CRANE MARK JOHN CROWLEY . , . Quite the falll . . . Sens , . , Cher . "Crouts" Maruan . . Cruusrn' rn the Toyts . . , Yeah! . , Lacrosse I, always have ntl Hey babes , , , the summer ot '76 . . "Hot Rod Tempest" . . . May 28th 10- MARK WILLIAM CULLINANE Outdoor Track l, 4, Pacers I, A Capella I, Cross Country l, 2, 3, 4, Archon 4, Indoor Track 2, Steerrng Comrmttee 2, 3, 4, Varlety Shaw 3, 4, Key Club 3, Comp Plays 3, 4, Communuty Servrce 4 the lunuor prom partues at Val's the mall box knd xkung xfcountry and lrock summer vocations JOHN WILLIAM CURRAN Jack Soccer l, 2, 3, Capt 4, Hockey I, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track 4, Vonety Show 4 JC a standvng member of C C the State tourney the All Star team party at Ed's7 MARK DABOUL TERESA D'ANGELI Terry Mullwood Cr . . Moy I9, 1976 , . Frrdcly nnghts. The corner On the go, Looking for fun, lun to be wtth, good sense of humor, qurck wrt HF mi .AQ KAREN DAVIDSON Steermg Comrmftee 2, 3, 4, A Capella I, J CL. 2, 3, Swrm Team 2, 3, 4, Commumty Achon 3, 4, Ital- -I l f THERESA DALLAMORA Terry Varuety Show 3, 4, Steerung Commurtee 4, Cammu nuty Actlon 4. "M" , Bowlegs Bermuda Melons , . ,"Sheh". . Where're my keys? :.',, r uv I3 ' '45 V .:, f , . ., A h?JA:1:.:.. ' SUSAN DANIELS CHRISTOPHER EDWARD DATEO Always smrltng. . , Chrrs memorues of C,G.R ,.,, Cope Cod . "CInp Tenrus I, 2, 3, 4, Pacers 2, 3, 4, Competitive Plays Moblle" . T H,, B,A., D B., S.C. 3, 4, Not Hon Soc 2, 3, Pres 4, J CL. 2, 3, 4, Varuety Show 3, Spartan 4, "The man behrnd the scenes" . . . Remember: Never drunk J.C.L, Punch! , Puppet president. . . lj X .A ' 4 QF. . ' vii!! 5 -9 'so to CRAIG DAVIS Jr. Prom with a broken foot . . , Saturday nrghts Brown bomber. , one of the flshtanlr gang ran Club 3, Sec'y 4, Archon Ass'I Editor 4 "Success ns farlure tu Imnng ofthe clouds o JANE DELUCA Lacrosse 2, Pacers 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, ltalran Club 3, 4, Serendrprty 3, A, Spartan I, 2, Nat, Hon Soc. 3, 4, Commumty Actlon 4, Steering Committee 4, French Club 4 Moy mght D C Oct 31 Summer of 75 W W Y E T N C.D New Jersey med mslde out . the sulyer f doubt" 63 PAUL DeMARCO JEAN DEVANEY Demo Track I, Fteld Hockey 2, Basketball 2, 3, Co-Capt Soccer 2, Steermg Commrttee 2, 3 4, Softball 2 Outsrde . Natuclr druve an '7l South , Summer at 76 , Nahant, Rockport, Gloucester G G , The Cape The Hook The L S 3 32 "psst - I got the shooter" Slammer Eastham. Shady Pmes "Let's ga down to the gyms" "Ido not run on my heels anymore" 4 GREGORY DEVIN ff DAVID DEYOE Greg Collecting dents in Daboul's staff car. . . Grateful Dead summer at '76 , . . Freshman Football Wrestling I, 2. MARIE A. DILLON Diln Spartan I, Chorus I, Glee Club I, Pacers I, Cheerleading 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Steering Commitv tee 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Community Action I, The Salute . . . "Oh rah, Mariel" . . , Bay State 'Y' 'xzrrll MICHELE DIMANNO Field Hockey 2: Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 3, Steering Committee 4. ADBC. . ,N.U.I.. . .soccer. . .Billy. . .Italy . Lucky . , . Ward Hill . . . McDonalds . . . Montreal Canada . . . Puerto Rico SEAN DONOVAN Soccer 2, Competitive Play 2, Pacers 2, Commu' nity Action 3, 4, Advisory Council 4, "As a child I hope to be understood, Understood, as a man I hope to be loved, Loved, as a human being I hope to be, Hope " Beware and those hockey gamesl The Green Bomb . . . Those nights at Elda's ANTON DODEK Baseball I, Football 2, Math Club 3, Latin Club 3, Nat, Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Community Action 3. Sugarloaf, zero pour vous. . . physics labs KAREN DIMANNO 'x 'QM BRADLEY DONNELLAN Brad Football l, 2, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Nat. Hon. Sac. 3, 45 Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4. Easy going and personable, talented and good looking, the Concert Crew WILLIAM DOCHERTY Football I, 2, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3. Little Farms, CVO, Interlaken B-winger . . . Boston Streets . . . Skate Borden . , .Think snow " -s . KATHRYN DOW Kathy C'Ymnastics I, 2g Outdoor Track I, 2, 35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Sec'y 4, Volleyball 3, Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, National Merit Similinalist, Archon Editor- in-Chiet 4. Explicit Bronxe Statues, intellectual, "liberated" hardworking, involved, idealist, individualistic JOHN J. DOYLE Hockey l, 2, 3, Lacrosse I, Football I, 2. carefree and tunloving , . . C.Y.Q .... Need- ham . . . Boardin' . . . Cahaons . . . And more to come . , . the silver bullet , . . long sands at 2 . . ,the Cape. . . the heater f i PETER DUBOIS "Many times I've lied, many times l've listened, Many times l've wondered, How much there is to know. .,,, 1:"7, f CHERYL LYNN DUDLEY Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Archon 4, Steering Committee 2, 3. Crazy Cheryl . . , pina , Koiali , , the 500 . . Dudley Doright California Dreamin . . Bay State Champs lb A7 BOBBY DUNTON Gymnastics l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, Key Club 4, Community Service 3. Riding bikes in Woodland, "lreland," Summer ot '76, '68 Plymouth, Cape Cod '75 MARY DWYER A Cappella l,Veriety Show 4. Cute and friendly , . . C.G.R. . . . Tour '76 . . . good times - good friends in Revere . . . D.M. . . . missed crusin' with the girls' 4 - al' N SUSAN AVERILL ELLSWORTH Sue PomPom Girls 2, 3, Co-Capt, 4, Pacers I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club ly Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, lg A Capella l, 2, 3, lp Glee Club I. July 4th . . . lunny Valentines . . . So ya know . . . Seagull beach . . . Bab's girls . . . the key . . , California Guys . . . Rallies, parties . . . Famous . . . Precious and Few . . . "l'm in loveI" . . .Estellephant. . . GERARD DWYER Philadelphia '76 . . . All the good times with Mary . . . Jo S .... J.L., D.R,, D.B., J.S., S.N., T.K, . . Denver with the 27th Lancers '77 -i-1 PAUL ELWOOD Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Nat. Merit Semifinalist, German Club 3, 4. sophomore volleyball . . . Oslo, Norway . . . those were the days . . . always late . . . hoop . . . "cucumbers give me gas" . . . Alvin Ortlip . . flat tires 141 LYNN MARIE ENGLAR A Capella, Pacers 3, 4. Lynnie, a certain Italian, Cape "75," always hun- gry, "Tex," unforgettable plane ride, ngatoni DONNA LISA ENGLER "Tomorrow may rain, So today l'Il follow the sun" BRUCE W. ERNST STEVEN EVANS Boot Football I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey I, Track I, 2, 3, Tri Co t.4 p . Uncle Boot. . . 85 . . , The Harem . . . o mem- ber of C.C. . . . good times and rootbeer on Sat- urday night --f rr' 8,1 l42 gl Q GARY DAVID EPSTEIN Tennis 2. skidding and C.B. conversations, good student, peculiar sense of humor NANCY EWALD Tennis I, 2, 3, lg Music Club lg A Capella 2, 3, Pepsquad 3, Pacers 2. Nancy - forever laughing and smiling, a trusty friend who's fun to be with . . . silly string, pop- corn fights and the caf. XJ O 0 0 O KELLY FRANCES ERICKSON senator, genuinely nice person, concerned about others. Arizona and Burger King DAWN FEDERMAN Community Action 3, 4. Bermuda . . . Friday nights with D.A., C.K., .I.M. . . . "pull over . . . who me?" . . . Eaton Road West 5, ANN MARIE FEGAN Ann - a unique and thoughtful person. Bermuda, Prom "76," Drive-ins, The concert and Good times with D.H., G.W., D.P. WILLIAM FELTZMAN "As we explore outward we have to explore inward." Wm. Shatner BRENDA FINGOLD Pom Poms 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, J, Pacers I, 2. Brenda. "lf you love something" . . ,Craig , , . D,W. . , , they're herel . . , A CGR girl , . . "Whose laughing louder J.C.?" . , .The roadrun- ner. . .Summer '76 PAUL FINI "Fin1" Soccer I, 2, 35 Student Council I, Class V,P. 2, Steering Committee 2. good looks and a mischievous manner . . . York Beach - the Slammer . . . boardin' and skim' , . . the hook . . .CYQ , . . "a little too teeny fini" MICHAEL FINOCCHIO ANNETTE FLEMING Summer of '74 , . .on your head . , . Ott. . Drove-in, , , summer at 76 , . .T.C, fr - GLENN D. FIORE "Turk" Hockey 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4. carefree and independent, lun-loving , , nights at Elda's, cal studies . . . hockey and partying . . . I3 and I4 VALERIE FLETCHER in jr .ni I umffif: ll JAMES R, FITCH Jimbo Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, Co-Capt, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. A student and an athlete, a member of CC PAUL FOGARTY A MARK FLANGAN Gymnastics I, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, A. The gymnast, talented, friendly and fun-loving , . . Hawaii . , . Woodland . . . Biking to Hing- ham. . ."Falllng" KRISTINE DOROTHY FORGIT Kris Pom Poms 23 Cheerleader 3, A, Community Action 3. "The Way We Were", . "Hey, hey D1ln!", . . The Red Barn . . . Sparkles in My Eyes, Beware 2nd place . , Little Farms 143 44 ll ft. ,V THOMAS FRADETTE RUSSELL FURBUSH GLENDA GAINES Tom Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3. New Year's Eve I976 , . . Freshman basketball nut , .that swmgung golf team, "ser bIoss" I DONNA MARIE GARRY Variety Show 3, 4. Outgoing and tnendly, carefree and fun-Iovnng, with a great sense of humor. . . . Mugsy . . . the Chubbettes, The path . . . The melons . . . the Summer of 76 . . . C.G.R. WH . . .PI. "mkki" Student Councnl Treasurer 2, 3, Drama Festuval 2, 35 Varrety Show 2, 3. "We've only lust begun to Iuve" STEVEN GARY X .- .Ac u 'L Z Y LYNN GENEREUX LAURA JEAN GENNA JAMES M. GERDING Variety Show 3, 4. Jim "George" , . , The path . . , melons and cup- Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track I, 2, 3, A, cakes . . . onset . . , Soft spoken , . . Chub- Track I, 2, 3, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc, 3, 4, Serendupity bettes. . .C.G.R. 3. Science orlented . . . good student, easy going . . . the computer room CARL GETMAN JAYNE GIBSON Snowballs and ski stopes . . . bikes and back- packs. . ,hulls nn W, Virginia. . ,Krllnngton snow rn October. DEBRA LYNN GLASSMAN Debbie Serendnprty I, 2, Jumor Ednor 3 A Commumvy Servvce l, 2, 3, A, Spartan I Bnke Club I 2 Span lsh Club I, 2, 3, Noi, Hon. Soc 3 4 To o super rwnrp wifhoul who there would be no chocolove cake, no camp lunocy no free school day, no dmner dole IPS. your great bu! mos! of all no funll JOHN GOLDSTEIN Hockey I, 2, 3, C.Y.Q ..., Cahoons Trek to Lebo's . . . Tyrol . . . Snodonce mng out of gas Florndo Life IS luke o bowl of cherrnes but look out for lhe JLDITH GOULD Judy Community Service 3, 4. "To hove frnends is lo have everyihmg GAYLE MAUIEEN GRADY SUZANNE GRAY Sveermg Commmce 3 4 Communny Servuce 3 A Su, Varorly Show 3 4 . . , The born , . . the corner , . , the nerghbor- A worm peuonolrfy ond sincere friend Chub hood. . .Mama . , . sonlung Summer of '76 ,J A DN 12:1 .ul KAREN ALLISON GREEN Softball l, 2, 4, Basketball 2, Fneld Hockey 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, Communrty Acluon 3, A, Varlety Show 3, 4 Orange gulce, the grnslmrll, street srgns, pvntos and B R "All ught tor rmrlens, always laughing DANIEL GRONBERG School Commmee Task Force A calm qunet trnendly good sense ot humor procrastmator 'hw ROBIN M GREISDOFF KATHRYN GREMLEY Communuty Actron 3, 4 Kathy "He's very nuce" summer of '76 great Archon 4, Serendupury 4, Pacers l, Backgammon concerts Drmples , , Tavares Club A, "l Ilsten to the wnnd, to the wmd of my soul" . sola resurgrt vrta 5 . xv K 'qv 5 . 'D' 4 'Ng ll N ' Q J' t , 1 J ' -.e 1, f li l l , . . of LORI GUNNER JILL ANN GUTMAN ,STN JAMES T. GREGORIO Jam Football 3, . Good luck to all the lads at the Cherry Lounge , , . and to the person who lrves there - good luck always. CARL ERIC GULLBRAND "Gully" Football l, 2, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Nat, Hon, Soc. 2, 3, 4. football ond basketball . . "smoktn" . JL . , o color of the rainbow. "All you touch and all you see as all your lute will Pacers l, 2, 3, 4, Comp, Play l, Serendlputy 2, 35 ever be Archon Asst. Edltor 4 u good fnend . . . artistic , , Israel . Wor- cester VAPDA HAENDEL ALISON HALLIDAY HUNUY sweet smile . , , honest . . . open . , , the red Comp Play l, Pacers 2g Serendaputy 3, Archon 4 Munong, , , Florrda A ll and J 4 club turtleneckx munchkms mrmature golf Israel 'l 'T A i Wll.LlAM HANLON ERICH MARK HANKE CHRISTINE HANNAH Bill Rick Chris Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 45 lndoor Band I, 25 German Club Treasurer 3. Debate Team 3, 45 Science Fiction Club 3, A Trea Track 45 Outdoor Track 4. Memories of Marshfield . , , The boats and crew xurer, Serendipity l, 2, 3, 45 Math Club 3, 4 Neveradull moment. . .Burr St. . . .Aseasoned skipper Steering Committee 45 French Club 3, 45 Chess Club 3, 45 Orchestra l, 25 Polyglol l, 2. Being U3 of the Hannah system . . , Cape Cod . . .hard working. . .studious NEAL HANNA Hockey I, 2, 3, 4. Shellshocked. . .0-I7-I . . .The Wall NATALIE HARRIS "ln the southern seas there's a day in each man's lite when he knows it's time to shake hands with all his friends ond soy goodbye and sail away - and he does, and it's natural - it's iust his time." Lf "Tk 6 I 'Saw px K , ,J SHARON HANNEY door Track 25 Steering Committee 4. 1' . . . Eclipse . . , Salem . . . Mic THOMAS HART CAROL HAYNES Swimming 2, 3, 45 Community Action 3, 45 Out .M. , . . Ward Hill . . . Toyota . . , Boy State "Life is only what we make of it, nothing more nothing less, so let's make it count." -l 1 4 ., ' rf-.pug emu. f f - DIANE HEALY TAMARA Hflpf ...Dee. . .Beach. . .frog. . .Herman., Tqmi Wmm0'0l'75- - -Parties. . ,Duster Mr. Hanke's oceanography field trips . . . sum- mers at the Cape. , .camping in the White Moun- tains. . .Dead concerts . . , times with 1.5. ANDREW HETTINGER "Hen" Soccer I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4, Archon 4, Key Club 4. CAPE '74 , . . Sugarbusl1'75 . . .D.M. and B.B. . . . Are we seeing eye to eye? . . . the Maginot Line . . . Criepust . . . party at Ed's , . . Canals - I2 scoops MICHAEL HEWETT Mike i STEVEN HERSON Steve Pacers I, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Comp. Play 3, 4, Drama Festival 2, 3, Variety Show 3, 4. "Make 'em laugh, make 'em laugh. All the world loves a clown, make 'em laugh." PATRICK HEWETT Pat Soccer I, 2, 3, Gymnastics I, 2, 3, 4, Debate I. Pat . . . always being mistaken for another person fs I 1 '-3-is .,, an ,Tiki JUDITH ANN HERTZ Pacers I, 2, 3, 4, Comp. Plays I, 3, A Capella I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3. frogs . . . N.E.F.T.Y. . . .Jude and Sues . . . a good friend SIDNEY HILL Syd Spanish Club 2, 3, Serendipity 4, Community Serv- ice 4, Steering Committee 4. only non-USYer at lunch . . . Ohio girl . . . Pink Floyd fy. . CAROLYN MARIE HINE Field Hockey l, Track I, Swim Team 2, 3, Capt. 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, Archon 4, Stu' dent Council 4, French Club 4. Calamity Jane . . . X-mas tree . . . open mouth, insert foot . . . labs . . . Bermuda , . . neutral JANE HOPKINS Nat, Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. "OH l go . , . to be who I am, doing the things I want to do. Alive and growing, secure in knowing nothing can stop me now." 0 STACEY LYNN HOPNER "Stace" Community Service 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Key Club 4. summers in Maine . . . bwana Magoo . . . trees- tyle . . . Timothy's . . . WAH . . . So. Yarmouth . . . R.O,I.. . , S.l.l,. , . por- taylll fhl PETER MURRAY HORNE Peut Lacrosse I, Key Club 4. paddlin' . . . skiing . . . Main summers . . . at the Loat , . . Switzerland , . . canoeing PHILIP J. HOUGH Phil Cross Country I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Indoor Track I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Steer- ing Comm. 2, 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, dedicated . . . considerate . . . late night conver- sations . . . New Yoar's '77 IRUCE EDWARD JACKSON Buddy Soccer 2. 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Logan Airport . . . state cops. . . l.R.S.H.T.B,V.P. . . . soccer games and partying SCOTT HUGHES Tennis I, Pacers 2, 3, 4, Italian Club 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Spartan 4. "One must stand in ane's own light." backstage in aud .... library . . . ice cream sandwiches. . , Pisans if 1...-P f WN 1 JOEL JACOBS Jake Comp. Play I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Shaw 3, 4, Tennis Club 3, 4, Math Club 4, Pacers I, 2, 3, 4. good sense ot humor . . . even better straight man . . , "It's only a game" . . . summers at the Cope We 4 all H IU' , . ,fi c EDWARD DAVID HYATT Ed Cross Country I, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Outdoor track I. mischievous and Iriendly . . . always ready Ior a good time. . . space roam lounge . . . STEVEN JACOBSON Jake Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Steer- ing Committee 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Key Club I, 2, 3, V.P. 4, Variety Show 3, 4: NCI- HOV' SOC- 2, 3, 4. Operation switch 5384 . . . Elda Rd.? . , . Ele- phant gun . . . Lake Cochituate . . . Seagull Beach . . . Iairy tales and stories . . . good times at Val's. Wir 4- 41' SUSAN ISGUR Sue Pacers I, Serendipity 3, 4, Community Service 4. fun times with close friends . . . P-town . . . Israel . , , Igor . . . "ReaIIyI" I-Q -v-ff' S 1 "VfZQf:':1- . 5. 7-,fy tggzlgczffl . iv" ics-tiff tmzizlliix xii? 522173215 .Q .1 f ,gin N sf 57? "5-E251-:I We ngfrvi' --:--:hart ' r-L ANDREW L. JAGODA Andy Spartan 3, 4, Archon 4, Nat. Hon, Soc. 2, 3, 4. Intelligent . . . likes to work with money . . Iuture Wall St. tycoon , conservative . . "Krller" 149 ov' 1 WATSON JAMES ANN EILEEN JANIAK GREGORY JOHNSON Wrestling l, 2, 3. Field Hockey l, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track l, 2, 3, 4, Greg Outdoor Track l, 2, Capt. 3, 4, Steering Commit- Basketball 2, Metco Student Union Treasurer 2. tee 4, memories of getting upl a great athlete . . . no brownies . . . neweegee . . . mice and penguins . . . casts . . . Twinkies . . ,Herbie of The LORRAINE SHIRLEY JOHNSON Pep Squad l, 2, 3, A Capella I, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. KENNETH JOHNSTON .taste . . . outgoing . . . great personality . . . "the Nobscot kid" . . . weekends . . . "the shades" . . . the wall SCOTT JOHNSTON .. .thePatl'i. . .WhiteHeri.. . . ."Pumpkin" ALEX JONES . Pelham Island Wrestling l, 2, 3, lacrosse l, 2, Ski Club 4 weekends . . . oceanagraphy field trips . . . crui- sin' in the '57 boat. , . C.Y.Q.'s. . . Switzerland . . . biking to the Cape 'fggff 1' W in ml III li 5 ss X! 1 STEVE KAUCK Soccer l, Hockey l, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4. . . . accident prone . , . football games . . . homeruns and bubble gum . . . concerts and par- 'vine 'V leaf MEIJSSA KANTOR LYPETTE KAVANAGH Student Council 2, Swim Team J, Gymnastics 2. . . . peaceful nights with the tamily of God . . . Rock ol Ages . . . abundant blessings DONNA KEARNEY Maiorette I, 2, Drum 3, 4, Pacers I, Treasurer 2, 3, V.P. 45 Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Comp. Plays 3. 4: Vdrlety Show 2, 3, 4, Drama Festival I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2. . . . school shows . . . days and nights at McAnulty's . . . summers in Maine , . . Major- ettes . . . And who could forget LN, THOMAS KELLEY Tom Key Club I, 2. "The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever." fs JAMES KELLY PAULA KELLY JAMES KERR Jamie Colorguard 2, 3, Capt. 4. Jim Baseball I, 2, Football I, 3, Outdoor Track 3, 4, . . . friendly and personable . . , a warm smile Football I. Indoor Track 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, A, Stu- . . . colorguard and close friends . . . all those . . . nights at White Hen the fort one dent Council l, 2. slcirtsl night in Canada . . , the alley . . . the Fence . . . All of Them . . . those road signs . . . operation switch 5384 , . . Skippy . . .Seagull Beach. . .Val's parties Hi PAUL KING weekends with the gang . . . the Wall . , .partying it A , GAIL KING Pacers I. "Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, Life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly." KENNETH KING Ken Football 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. basketball games . . . partying and football . . homeroom and the library Colorguard 3, 4, Community Service 3 4 . . .calorguard . . Bermuda 76 special JEFFREY KINNANE CHERYL KLEIN football games. . . Jeff Variety Show 2, 3, 4. the red Comero , , . Zayre, S.W.A.T ,... The friends and good times Wonz. . .TheCat. , .Max's A1 JOANNE MARY KLOCKER Joanne Steerrng Committee 2, 3, 4, Porn Pam 2, 3, 4, Varn- ety Show 3, 4, Archon A, Communrty Service 3, 4, letter ol Cornmendorron laughmg an the held Varnety Show '76 partymg and good trmes with friends Natrclx and B K .IULIETTE KUCZMIEC MICHAEL KOPELMAN Mrlre Spartan I, Pacers 3, 4, Varrety Show 3, 4, Scr, Fic. Club A , Vrdncan , , TV and AV . , "He's not here rrght now, can I take a message?" . . variety shows and basketball games , , . VTR's and 80803. Ler's be SEARuous about thus! CAROL D KUSTRON Pom-Poms 2, 3, Community Servnce 3, 4 JOHN KRAUSE Basketball I, 2, Tenms I, 2, 3, A, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4. . . great sense of humor , . , one ot the better tennrs players , . , those sophomore knrghts! 1 MARK A, LAFLEUR Soccer I, 2, Steering Commmee 2, Nat. Hon, Soc. STEPHEN KNIGHT Steve . , . Mr. D's En glrsh class , . , inedible school lunches . , , exciting rallies KENNETH KEVIN KURTZ U lle K r1 Soccer I, 2, 3, A, Baseball I, 2, Student Councrl 2, 3, Steering Comm, 2, 3, 4, Comm. Servrce 2, 4, . . .C.Y,Q,, . ,York Beach . .the heater . partres ff' the mudmte talker only ll nfs red clothes- aholrc Chrnese lure drull Chnstmas Eve 3, 4, Pacers 3, 4, J CL 2, 3, A North-Needham soccer games double ses- srans and snow days rallres Mr. O'Brlen's hrstory class 'T ANNE MARIE LAMBERT Nor Hon Soc 2 3, VP A, Italran Club Treas 3, VP A, Pacers I, 2, Sec 3, 4, Swrm Team 3, 4, Cammu mty Servrce I, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, Letter at Commenf datron, Harvard Book Award Europe Cape Cod the Prom those long phone calls Charmmg and delrghtlul rraymg JAMES J. LANG drlrgent dow Dr He a lob, lrrendly . sprders on the wm- udeggefs experrment. , , lrndrng ROBERT LANGFORD Basketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2. . . a Southerner . . . the Mach l . , . the neigh- borhood , . . Wilson's shop. . . the comer DEBRA ANN LEAVITT Debbie "Fate is the beginning of the road to destiny." MICHELLE IIENE LQMOINE Community Service lg Steering Committee 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 3, 4, . . . skiing and supervising , . , mony good times . . . wishful thinking , . . "You con go . . . after this vanI" 0 4.-f .4- K IAMES LARSON Joy Key Club l, 2, Pres. fl, 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, A, Basketball 3, Von- ety Show 3. . . , Key Club , . . "But Lou, you went in bowleg- gedlu. . Jriendly. , ,"Dirty Hurry" is JEAN LEONARD . . . St, Ann's . , . my mother . , , all the chil- dren l taught and all the special people. TODD LEACH ROY D. LEMMON "Four years of lite has been stomped into my head as exciting and rewarding: it hos been a lifestyle that will not be easy to change," 1 LAURIE N. LESKOWITZ Not. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Steering Committee 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Community Service 4, . , , Puck and Nova . . , "Eatin' trees and huntin' grizzly" . . . lots of ughs , . . K.P. and the trav- eler. . ,N,P, asks "Who's J.K.?" 153 ft f" t,-l TSUAN LI "Duckie" Chess Club I, 3, 4, Nat, Hon. Soc. 2, 3, lg Key Club 2, 3, lg Pacers 3, Ag German Club 3, 4, Steer- ing Committee 3, 4, Spartan 4. . . . science and math oriented . , . "No rough- ing house" . . .traying. . . procrastination KEVIN LOGUE Pacers 4. . . . friendly people and helpful teachers . . confusion in the corridors ' i RICHARD SCOTT LINER Rick Football I, 2, Indoor Track If Swim Team 2, Capt. 3, 4, Key Club 4. "The opportunities of man are limited only by his imagination." .nuff "Suv DAVID J. JR. LONGDEN Dove Variety Show 3, Sci-Fi Club 4. . . . quiet and involved , . . variety show '76 . . .the spotlight Jin LAURA J. LINTON "Toni" Bike Club I, 2, 31 Pacers 3, Italian Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 45 Community Service 4. . . . Swinging on the swings . . . great times and fond memories with the gang . . . to Sniffles . . . Yowsa . . . from Jerry if 1 SUZANNE LONGWORTH Sue Pep Squad 3, Community Service 4. . . . 6th period with Shopsey . . . the Marc . . September 7, T976 RICHARD STEVEN LITTLE Rich Indoor Track 2. "Those who know do not talk, talkers don't know." BARRY LOOMIS Pagers I, 2, 35 Key Club l, 35 SPOYYOYI l, 2, 31 Comp. Play I, 25 Community Service I. 2- "A pilot is a magician who shrinks the world with his wings." I' I54 iiimiii liil. ii .ou-.. ..- 'SX -en ..- 'flier 'ir-5 ,-8, . Cn- iw .J Q. fs. V. j I O pr JARRET L. LOTTO Key Club 3, 4. "Vesterday's dream will be tomorrow's realities." DAVID LUBET5 Dave JUNE LUDMER long hair . , . long nails . . . well-dressed . . . pretty and sophisticated . . . the horse . . . the rug i ROGER I. LUNSFORD Not, Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Gymnastics l, 2, 3, 4. . . . determined and athletic . . . double sessions . . . late freshman gymnastic practice . . . the big tennis match SUSAN JANE LURIE MOIRA J. LYNCH Sue . . . Tasty's . . . the summers of Jamestown, N.H, Serendipity 3, Community Service 3, 4. . . . sinking ships . . . the party of the SO's ZITA A. LUPIEN , . . never at a loss for words . . . outgoing . . . standing on the corner . . . summer at '76 at the Cope . . . neighborhood parties JULIE MACDONALD Tennis l, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Student Council lg Pacers 3, 4, Community Service 3, 4, Colorguord 3, Soc- cer 4, Class Pres. 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, lg Comp. Play 4, Archon 4. . . , Mashpee . . . a green van . . . a tennis rocket . . , limberger . . . the gang . . . the library . . . our fearless leader . . . naturally blonde. . ,devoted nut, , .Locquacious Lucy LINDA L. MACLEOD "Macky" Class Treasurer 2, Steering Committee 2, 3, lg Variety Show 35 Student Council Sec. 4, Archon 4. . . . Fini's house . . . midnight decorator . . . checkout the church . . . "Hey Denise want me to get out ond -push?" . . . S.S ..,. Little Farms . . . Bennie and the Jet . . . the heater DIANE LEE MACAULAY . . Di.. . . . Bermuda . . . drive-ins . . . parties camping. . .3a.m.. . .drag races in E.R LAUREN JOAN MAHAN Laurie Serendipity 2, Community Service 3. Bermuda . . . C.H.O,P, . . , drag races . . .French fryfriend 6 ' I MICHAEL MAJOR WANNA JEANNE MANNING MARK MARCHIONI Mike "I see not a step before me as I tread on another Evil . , . Billy Jo and Bobby Sue quiet and considerate year, And what looks dark in the distance, may brighten as I draw near." DEBRA J. MARGOLIS ROBERT MARINELLI "Gola" Bob Community Action 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. Soccer I, 2, Italian Club 3, 4. "A dreamer lives for eternity." "I walked endlessly and all places were the same to it DEBORAH MARINO ALAN J. MARKS DAVIDA ASSY MARKS Debby "l.ebo" Pep Squad 2, 35 Community Action 2, 4. memoriex ol lermudo '76 . . . the tank . . Lacrosse l, 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4. Boogie Troll, Senior Wall '76, Elton John concert, going out lor breakfast. . .special friends CYQ . . . Y'no . . . Wimpin' out . . . Greenbo Muto, McDonalds, Mrs. Bporties. . . . Quit yo' pig noisesl . . . Where are YOU staying, lebostein, fruit salad, trek to l.ebo's .4-' KAREN GAIL MARMER Pacers I, 2, 3, Sec. 4, Serendipity J, Variety Show 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Comp. Play I, 2, 3, 4. "L774," SD-RW, late cast parties, bunda, sewing, sewin, sewi, sew, ae, 1 . . . talented, dedicated SALVATORE MASCIOLI Ill Tore Soccer I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4: Key Club 4. Dairy Queen, soccer, Rock Solid "D", Cape Cod, "Hey, Where are we?", "Ma, can I go out tonight?" JANE MATTERAZO JOEL A. MATTHEWS Swim Team 2, Color Guard 3,4. Freshman year at Keele . . . Mr. C. and wood Saturday morning Calorguard, first rally, Lake shop. . . Sudbury Star Market, of course, . . "I George weekend, senior-trash dance '76, Tango can't, I have to work tonight.", That's the name of with D.A., April vacation in Florida that tune baby." BRENDA JOYCE MAXWELL Uppee METCO I, 2, 3, 4, Competitive Play 2, Variety Show 3. Remember the years of moth . . . freshman year, and tutoring in math. Most of all remember "your darling daughter." Xi. VALERIE McANULTY Val Class Secretary 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 2, 3, Capt. 4, Archon 4, Pacers I, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, A Capella I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club I, 2, Girls Glee Club I, 2. Saturdays at my house, Bob's girls at Jacks, Elda, trigger, "Precious and Few," Seagull Beach, Waldol, Dance with me, Griss Mill f f 1? "Q I TIMOTHY McCUSKER Can throw indestructable snowballsl . . . When's homeroom?, quiet and thoughtful GERRY McGREAL WILLIAM KENNETH McGAUGHEY Mac Willie outspoken . . . good natured . . . aggressive Hockey l,2,3,4. . . .dependabIe. . .France. . ."The Wall, The Trek to Lebo's . , . "Hello I'm from Braintree Books." High" . . , White Crest . . . C.Y.Q.'s . . . Rt. 9 . F.Q.'s l. 4 . MARIANNE KATHLEEN McMAHON Steering Committee 2, Pep Squad 2, Archon 4. "Memes" . . , nearly missing trucks . . . Ber- muda '77 . . . little green Saab: and Rhode Island beaches, pretty green eyes, sincere SUSAN CAROLINE McNALLY "SuMac" pretty, "Indian," Harvay's Trois . . . a special bouquet . . . Shadhole Road 76 . . . Bermuda 77 . . .shopping at Lerners ,eww ff Tis, : Wim 1, iff.7'?1'tf' g in 3' fir' X41 ' V4 MICHAEL McPHEE Mike "skinny," "crash," the wall, weekends with the 90"9 74' 13 57" 1 BRIAN MEANEY easy going, personable . . . CYQ . . . Three day vacations , , , the parking lot . . . Rt. 9 . . . Boating . . .and Cahoon's Hollow DAVID MEZZONE Steering Committee 3, 4, Italian Club 3, 4, Hockey 4. The boardwalk . . . one big happy family . , . E.J .,.. J.M ,... Tunc . . . The Big Green Machine . . . Pathfinder . . . Baco . . , New Year's Eve "Take a taxi." . . . sophomore year, Ramora, Ms. B is buying Saturday nights LAYNE MILLER Basketball l, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 3, 4, Indoor Track 4, Cross Country 4, Key Club 4. The Nantucket Chase . . . Waltham . . . Ran, dolph . . . night at Cape Cod . , , Splinters . . The Zane. . Parking L WAYNE MERETSKY DENISE MESPELLI Track l, 2, Yearbook l, 2, 3, 4. Denny M.H,S .... smoke bombs . . . keys . . . A.l. Cheerleader 2, 3,4. . . .J.B.. . .yellowCorvettes memories of 3335 . , . the babe . , . "Hey Andreal We're all togetherI" . . . July 4th in Manomet . . . the Prom and cheering . . . "Beware," second place, me and Macleod on Summer Street. if DONNALEE MILETTE BURT MILLER Donna Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Steering Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4. "Munchkin" . . . Rt. I . . . Rhode Island and a pickup truck, "Boo" summer of '76, Friendly's Crew . . . bright friendly, happy and versatile LARRY ALAN MELTZER First half of Fri: and Froc . , . Grudz , . . Oh Wowl . , . I'm locking the doorl What were you eating? ROBIN MIDGETTE National Honor Society 2, 3, Steering Committee 3, Archon 4, Debate Club l, Forensics l, 2, 3, Drama Club I, 2, 3, All City Chorus l, 2. A true friend outgoing and friendly . . . Dennis . . . April 28. . . A Southern belle.. . GS... R5 . . .MJ SHARON LEE MILLER Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Not. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Community Action 3, 4, Pacers 4. Cruisin' in the red Mustang . . . summer of '75 in Italy. . .Color Guard and good friends . . . mid- night decorators and pumpkins . . . sophisticated and intelligent WENDY MILLER Student Council l, 3, Community Action I, J, Vari- ety Show 4. "football," special times back in SVNY . . . Rummy 5000 . . . Tavares . . , The carnations . . ."Cutsie" THOMAS MOONCAI Tom Chess Club I, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pacers 3, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Steering Commit- tee 4, Spartan 4. loud Heyl . . . remember the Grand Prix . . . hos- pitable . . . very hospitable, intelligent, hard- working, and active A MICHELLE MINER Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. MGM . . . the carnival . , . the cal. . . . Boston . . , New York . . . Dennis Beach . . . Field Trips . . .Trans AM qv" DAVID MONTGOMERY The Fort . , White hen . sun down Hoover. . .squiggley 1' Q 'I I ji' ff! DONNA MOQUIN Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Indoor Track 2 3, Outdoor Track 3, Softball 2, 3, 4, A Capella l 2, Glee Club l, 2. Field hockey '75 and '76 , . . B.B. cookouts . . S.T .... the gang . . , Indoor track '75 . . McDonalds . . , P.T. at LHH , . . Seavefs . . Montgomery and Napiesl PHILIP MORGAN JOHN MORRIL Phil Key Club 4, Community Action 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Sunday maming football games . . . work at "Ho Skiing . . . iamming . . . all the 80's Ja's" . . . always a ready smile, intelligent, good sense of humor ,Ps GARY MORTON 159 l la ALAN MOUDY DAVID MOZDIEZ "The best way to have a fnend is to be one." "In the end one must consider everything." Wf wr: LINDA NALEPA Q r Y 160 1 fl NEIL NAPOLEON Football l, 2, 3, Tri-Capt. A, Hockey I, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, Europe . . . memories ol D.M, . . . Spirit at '76 . . . T. Rundgren , . , last of the B.S.L.D.A. . . . Iootball DINA MUNSON "Munchkin" The beginning class of '78 . . . R.l ..,, Conn. . . . N.H. . . . Marcia's. . .soap operas. . . Wheelers and Deni's . . . Bummin' around . . . partying . , .the end -1g,. ,i V1 4 5. N ROSEMARY MURTAGH Ro Ski Club I, Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4. '76 Bay State Champs . . . Beach Boys and Gino's. . , horseback riding and the Union House . . . looking for a turkey and a duck 4 xiii STEVEN NEITERMAN SANDRA NATOLI sports coupe . . . CHUBBETTES . . . White hen, D.N.: the better halt . . . YAK . , . Summer at '76 :- Y 5'- , , Q, - . i - 1 ' , x , 2 SCOTT NESSON Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball lg Lacrosse I, 2, 3, Ag Key Club 4. athletic, full of energy and enthusiasm . . . night at the Cape. . .Yelling "Put Mark and Layne ml" . . . Randolph . , .Cope Cod Ice Cream i 4 Y .D-A 'ul iHf5."'::. .ll Q. ..'l A DEBBORAH NICHOLS Debbie Gymnastics l, 3, Colorguald 2, Key Club lg Steer- ing Committee 4, "I'II say it was fun while it lasted and we meet in the future." I i ANDREA NICOLAZZO Cheerleadmg l, 2, 3, 4, Steermg Commuttee 2, 3, 4. Mernornes of JF 3211 , December 6, I975 Llttle Farms , Critter Corner , . . "Hey Denue, we're all togetherl' '.., Buckfordk Famous Competntuon, second place , . "Beware" HILLARY BETH NOKE Glue Club I, A Capella I, Pacers I, 2, 3, 4, Com- munnty Action I, 3, Steernng Committee 2, 3, 4. Summer of '75 . . . Falmouth . , , BINGOI . . . tall and beaututul, a warm srnule, always knows whct's going on. 9'- STEVEN NORTON Steve Band 2, 3, 4, Lee . . . crossroads . . . concerts . . , skinng , . . The Bond ,22 fl, ' f -xref mf 4, ROBERT VICTOR PACE "Beano" "Tomorrow as for plannlng, yesterday is for rernembonng, today is for lwmgf' H., It f - . f.1,,w,,f ' 1. .,,, IW., ,, 4? . , 1 p ' xg mf, Ulf' ,, ,,, , , av .gr PAUL O'NElL FRED ORENTLICH Gymnastucs I , 2, 3, Capt. 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, 4. Saturday nrghts wnth the gang ED's . . . Concert crew . . . Woodland . . . Long bike nde , . . PJ .... gymnastics . . Lettle Farms MICHAEL OSTER Mike Bond I, 2, 3, 4. Music . . . concerts . . . Harvard Square . , Tennus. ,Frisbee ,MusucoI, Wry Wat VICTORIA JANE PALMER VICKI LEE PANCZVK Vicki Pep Squad I, Softball I, Fueld Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 2, "Speech ns great, bulsulence ls greater," Lacrosse 2, 3, Indoor Track 3. 316 rs very bad , . . What mood today? . . , greatknd. . ,rowdy LOUIS C. PAPADELLIS Louie Steervng Com. 2, 3, 4, Soccer I, 2, 3, Capt, 4, Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, 4, Student Councnl 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. Ashland treats . , soccer balls the duck, Cape Cod . , , "Where are we?" Never wuthout a gurl, cute and fun-loving l6l V X lYX or L. SUSAN MARIE PAQUETTE BARBARA ELLEN PARAD Sue Gymnastics lp Swim Team 2, Track 25 Nat. Hon. Steering Committee 2, 3, A, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Soc. 2, 3, 4, Letter of Commendation. Variety Show 3. Artistic, intelligent . . , work ot o pizza place . . , Never a dull moment, cute and energetic . . . Bro- cantaloupe . . . "plays cooking" . , . hard work- ken fingers . . . nights at Elda's . . . cheering ing CT' DAVID PARADISO Blowing it all at the track , . . cutting down D,D. and S.W. STACEY MICHELLE PARKS USA MARIE PATRICK Tennis 2, 4g Student Council 3, Student Action Lisa Committee-Chairman 3, Steering Committee 4. "bubbles" . , . Donny . . . the born . . . the C109 . , . Helen's hangout , . . Old Connecticut Path , . . D Gvrls' Room . . .always a laugh always o pretty smile NANCY LYNN PAUL ROGER PAULL A Capella l, Glee Club l, Pom Pom 2, 3. Flex Nance, Bingo . . . Saturday nites . . . Hamilton Football 2,Wrestling 3. . . . "Pony 45" . . . "Ho Jo's" . . . "Retreat" A'Wish not so much as to live long as to live well." . . . You're blushing! . . . When l'm calling you ooo . . .l Smanman . . . smartman . . . frozen fruit 4 neighborhood . . . the corner . . . L.S. coat . . . LISA ROSE PAVIA Tennis 2, 3, Gymnastics l, 2, 3, Ski Club I, 3, Swim Team 2, 3, 45 Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. "My hair will fri1I" , . . "Colour My World" . . . Plum Island and M.V. . . . "Midnight Decembers and Pumpkins". . .July 4, '75 '76 CINDY PECK WENDY PEELMAN C.G.R. . . .S.S. . . ,Good times. . ,ond good Wand friends Bermuda . . .Prom . , .Gorry. . .The loft . . . N.H.. . .sophomore year. , .C.C.C.. . .socia- ble, energetic and always busy NANCY PILSWORTH Nan ANNMARIE PlACENTlNl "AMP" "l don't understand" . . . seltzer boy . . . Dano . . . Soc banquet. . ,N.H. . . .Grami-O. . . M.M. gloves . . . those brief showers gommon Club 4. What o waste . . . B.B. Nanny, , ."Mustyoo?" ELLEN LEE PINCUS JOHN E. PITTMAN Community Action 3. Johnny broken windows '75 . . . Beach Boy - Chicago Baseball 2, Hockey 2, Wrestling 3, Lacrosse 3, . , . "Little Fishy" . . . Dear Abbie, Broken T.P. Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. holders. . ."MilIoe" Want to take a ride to Newport? . . . Quiet, , always there when you need him, good looking JY' Ski Club 2, 35 Pacers l, Serendipity 3, 4, Back! . Cap's room . , P.S.'s bloody handkerchief , , forever , , . Fishwife 5- if EILEEN J. PLUNKETT "Jopheni" Field Hockey 2g Basketball Manager 2, 3, Soccer 3, Lacrosse 2, "Oh, l forgot" . . to be with J. , quiet, really gets around, fun ,,..N nw f TAMI POLOGE JOAN ELIZABETH POSEY Gymnastics l, Music Club l, 2, A Capella R.R,. . . IOCC. . .Une Nutt A Paris. . .Gula 2, 3, 4. . , .Pokey. . .Cappy Summer of '76. , .Memr "Quaz". . .The Bug. . aries of Bob Freshman gym class . . 1 , -41231 lg Glee Club lg J.C.L. . Caldor's carnival . . . a card player . always in a good mood, always a wise-crack 4.1 GY, DEBORAH PRESTIANNI DEBORAH PRICE Deb Debbie Cape Cod after the Prom . . . Gerry . . . The Lake . . , New York . . . Drive-ins , , . friendly, pretty smile STEVEN PAUL PRICE Steve I976 shopping spree . . . "Arapahoe" . . , Pudda , . . Mushroom cake . . . Cape Cod . . . Computer freak . . . quick-witted and full of fun CAROL PURCELL Summer of 74 . . . St. Fat's . . . Softball games . . .Burglar alarms . . .I'm surel. . .C.S. JOSEPH REMILLARD ANN RACHWAI. Serendipity 4, Spartan lg Community Action l, 4, Joe Outdoor Track l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Indoor Track 2, Volleyball 3, Steering Committee 3, 4, Drama Festival 4. Robert Redford . . . Cross Country '74 . . . M.A,A. , . . Frick and Frack. . . Bingo the Clown Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4. The corner . . . the shops . . . always looking for a good time CARL RENHOLM Basketball 2. The corner. . .summers in Maine. . . skiing . . . Leo the boss . . . always raking and laughing DAVID JONATHAN ROBINSON JOHN ROBINSON DONNA PURCELL "Dondi" Greenlight . . . Summer of '76 , . . Hampton beach . . . July Ath . . . Big bird . . . "Make your own sunshine" . . . Beach Boys . . . Pacer . . .Graff and Jeg. . .St.Pat's. . .Redlight STEPHEN C. ROBIDOUX Steve Football l, 2, 3, 41 Lacrosse 4. The kid with the perfect smile . . . Avwheel drive . . . Saturday after the Prom . . . "Chevrolet" great , . . The Blaxer Key Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, Spartan 4. , ' Av. A lab with 2000'f. error . . . Junior year depres- ,: sion . . . Flying rubber stoppers . . . Running up 'Aff and down the steps Rouen noamson 64 RANDI RODMAN Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Class V.P. 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Community Action 3, 4. "Into my hear1's treasury I slipped o coin That time cannot take Nor a thief purloin - Oh, better than the minting Of a goldxrowned king Is the sate-kept memory Of a lovely thing." TAMMI RODMAN Cheerleading I, 3, 4, Pep Squad Capt. 2, Tennis lg Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, Key Club 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4, Variety Show 3, L Rivers . . . one for you . . . Jaws and apples for- ever. . . Driftwood '76 JUDITH ROSENIERG Judy Community Action l, Pacers I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Steering Committee 4. Remember Edgebrook '64 and '76 . . . chocolate chip cookies by candlelight . . , THAT Friday . . . Sunday nights in Sudbury . . . Lindo are you in there? . . . poison pen letters and long talks . . . red in the lace MARK T. ROSKEY Hockey l, 2, 3, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Soccer 3. Elda's house . . . The Gristmill . , . Yellow bug . , .Interlaken. . .the Cape 12" Wu-1 AMY MELISSA ROLL BARBARA ROSENBERG Spartan lg Music Club lg Pom Pom 3, Variety Key Club l, Color Guard 3, 4, Community Action Show 3, Pacers l, 2. I, 2, 3. One who knows all . . . friends Ooh, swoon . . . Summer "7A" moose . parties at Amta's Goodbye viva from the "little dude" . . . R.R. . . crape cruisin' the little kids , tracks on Halloween night . . . the red bump Brrrr 1:7 nl J, 4 ADAM ROSENOFF Community Action 3, 4. "' 43 CYNTHIA ANN ROSS WILLIAM ROSS Cyndi "l've moved up 'cause l've fallen down, Down JCL 2, 3, 4, Nat. Honor Soc. 2, 3, 4. from the circle of nameless faces. l moved up to o Italy. , .April 23, 1974 and Kiki higher circle" 165 Q-.r JUDITH LEE ROUSSEAU JOHN ROUSSEAU DAVID ROYCE Judi Dave Indoor Truck I, 2, Outdoor Track I, Cross Country 2, Community Action 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Archon 4. Weekends at Monadnock '74, '75, '76 , . . Friends in Hopkington. , .2! l0f75 AVIMA RUDAVSKY nwmy.. Long hairl, an individual, artistic and talented Israel . . .the ducks . . . munchkins . . .Machar SUSAN M. RUMUI. GREGORY P. RUSSELL LAURA L. RUSSELL "Sues" Greg Sweet with a terrific personality, a real eye for art Community Action I, 4, Steering Committee 2, 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4. and nature Variety Show 3, 4. Hanging out at the wall. . . driving to the football "Friendship comes when the silence between 2 garrles . . . Saturday nights . . . always in trouble people is comfortable." for coming hor-ie late ROBERT GERARD SAMOLUK Bob Steering Committee 2, 3, lp Class Treasurer 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Class President 4, Archon 4. Mr. President . . . Big P. and the girls . . . tables in the cate . . . Berbl . . . Seagull beach . . . law-down . . . Happy Birthday I66 5, ,W 3- ,?'1,.s,4 U, .. ,I ,.. -",:' 4 '54 A ', L44 f + 1 A xl 2 Q I 4 L Q' ' 'L it " "' ' V . ..,!,v ,,v'..' , , ,. GAII. SAMSON an accomplished rider . . . "Kemon Sammy" . . . summer ot 75 . . . getting around . . . new faces . . . December 20th . . . B.J.K. . . . Good times in "D" ROSEMARV CATHERINE SANCLEMENTE NRO... Gymnastics I, Mixed Chours Ig PomPom 2, 3, 41 Variety Show 3. Summer of 75 . . .always onthe move , . . Days on the beach . . , nights in New Hampshire . . , May 28th. . .M.J.C. fi 'Z-ig , T, 2 ii sl N! JEFFREY A. SANDLER JeH Baseball I, 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Key Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Sunday morning football . . . Golf . , . Cruisin' . . . USMHLWW2 . . . Which way to the North End? ELAINE SANNICANDRO "Munch" Memories of K.G.'s party . . . ILP., T.R., and uno- pened can . . . Telephone books. . . melted sweatshirts . . . primates . . . Brigati Terrace DARLENE M. SCHEW Drug Advisory Committee 2, 3, Cheerleading I, 2, 3, Steering Committee 4. Cheering . . . N.V. . . . S.P. iokes. . .The Greek . . . dinner at Giovanni's . . . Spartanmo- bile . . . Brockton. . .Member of T.O,C. -,ev .ff .-of .14 .1-4 -M-In SUSANNE MARY SANTONE Su Community Action I, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Mixed Chorus J, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, Ital- ion Club 3, Treas. 4, Serendipity 3, Music Club 3, 4, Pacers 3, 4. II07 . . . Big and small packages . . . Weekends in New Hampshire . . , Teddy bears that we loved I MATTHIAS SCHNEIDER Band I, 2, German Club 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Matt. . . The Rolling Stones . . . Cape Cod . . . the open road fi- ll li- .,-f ...Q-1' CAROL MARIE SANTOS Meet me at my lockerl . . . St. Pat's . . , Balantos Q ROBIN SCHNEIDER Baslzeiball I, 25 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4. Tennisll . . . Halloween '76 . . . praline pecan MARY CATHERINE SCHELONG Katy Tennis I, 2, Steering Com. 2, Communiry Action 2, Archon 4. Hung-pooh . . . X-flick' . . . Mr. Jaws . . . the hurricane. . .Berrnuda. . .tarts. , . THOMAS SCHOFIELD Hockey I, 25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, 4. Tom . . , double sessions . . . Friday nite basket- ball games . . . Mr. B's experiments I67 68 6- LYNN SCOTT JAMES SEWARD . . . the mounted cap in Valley Forge . . . July Jim I3, I975 . . . Wissahickon softball MVP 1976 Football 2, 3. . . .June Il . . . "boardin" . . . Monday Night Football . , , .Au --. AARON RING SHERMAN Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sport 3, Swim Team 2, 4, JCL 2, 4, Archon 4. C.Y.Q. , . . heater. . .the gas station. W' f THOMAS V. SHANLEY Tom Baseball I, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. . . . Dammy . . . Friday night basketball . . Jamming . . . Box and the Load. MARY SILVA an l, 2, 3, 4, Pacers 2, 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, . , , York Steakhouse parties . . , The Big "D" iv" W4 MICHAEL P. SILVERMAN Mike Football l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse l, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Community Service 4. . . . member of C.C. . . . my Sandra . . . hungry winters . . . BSL champs . . . hunting for worms . . . snappin' turtle . . . the 275th . . . Party at Ed's it' ARTHUR SHEHAN Artie "Like a shadow fades away, I will I nothing." eave this place MARK ALLEN SILVER Basketball I, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Indoor Track 4, Com- munity Service 4. . . . telephone pole . . . blind dates . . . Wallex . . .Jaws. . .CapeCod. . .run,run,run. .. CHARLES SIMPSON TIMOTHY SIMPKINS BRIAN J. SMITH Tim "Smitty" . . . C.Y.Q.'s . . . weekend nights . . . the river Hockey I, 2, 3, 4. . . .after hockey practices , . .the Box , . . the Cape. . . three-day vacations , . , Rl. 9 . . .the drive-in. . .C,Y.Q.'s if r 'l l n., 1 rr a,' 'u Cl'lARl.ES SMITH JUDITH ANN SMITH VDWARD 5NYDfR Charlie Judy Howie Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Swim Team 2, 3, 4. Basketball 25 Track 2, Steering Comm. 3, 4, Vari- H0Ck2Y lr 2- . . . computer person . . . science-oriented . . . ety Show 3, 4, Pom Poms 4, Archon 4. Schaefer Stadium . . . CYQ's . . cruising . good sense of humor . . . the almost explosion . . . B and B Buddies . . .the Great Escape. . . Weekends . . .one Halloween Little Farms . . . Val's . . . Bob's girls at Jack's . . , the tree . . . rocks at my window . . . B-boys and Elton MARJORIE JAYNE SPECTOR Mariie Community Service 3. Indoor Track 3, Key Club 4. . . . Christmas Eve '75 . . . G.M. , . . Ward Hill Switzerland ski trip '77 . . . Yoffe's Chevy . . . Salem . . . Eclipse GARY M. SPINALE "Spin" JEFFREY SOMERS JOANNA SONSINI Jeff Variety Show 3, 4, Steering Committee 4. . , . Speedracer . . . no blinkers . . . street signs . , .B.P. . . .banging U'ies on LF. . , .the blue bomber . . . quick paint jobs . . . popcorn . , . horseback riding MICHAEL ST. LOUIS Mike . . . J.B .... My Place . . . Village . . , Mus- tang . . . Cherry Lo good friends unge . . . good times with X 70 DIANE STEACIE Communnfy Servrce 4. "We can make rr, lr wrll rake us awhrle, Bula good starr would be a smrle" '1,'l"f STEPHAN A. SULLIVAN "Sully" Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, "My mreresr rs rn rhe furureg because I cm going Io spend the res! of my Irie rheref' 1-1-4 PATRICIA C SUTTON Trucla A Ccpella lg Field Hockey I, 2, Archon 4, Memorues al Jock road, Ashland, early morning parvues, apaghem suppers hello fence! lhe prom ik..- ""s,,,,, PAMELA JEAN STEVENSON CHARLES STRELKE Pam Summer of '74 , . . Shodylane Campground My Boar, My Boar, . , The good old fumes! Xara" SANDRA SUMMERS LISA GAIL SUSAN Sandy Pacers lg Steering Commmee 2, 3, 45 Vurrery Lnvely, oufgorng, ready lo party . , . LeI's go to Show 3, Ap Pom-Pom Girls Ag Gymnasrrcs 35 Com- Boslonl Yeah, we're undernourlsbed pol . . . mumryAcI1on 4. Abandon your car and walk Io work , , .WlnIer- Oulgolng and friendly . , , Ibe red slang . . . green llfescvers "We're gonna have o pany" . . . a good frrend ro all A T ,I I. ,cg ELIZABETH STELLA B,R.E.l , . . Memorues of B.K. the Ge! dawn Lounge . . . the devil mode me do ir! , . . Bikes and Trikes and everyrhrng nice! Summers of '75, '76l VALLERIE SULLIVAN Parries at fhe Cape, Maine, Sax, Phe Ge! Down Lounge and Weeb's . . . Memones of C.P, . . . Trmo0hy's and Quarler nrghl . . . Summers of '75 and '76 KIM ANN SWEENEY "Krmrny" Colorguard 2, 3, 4: Nor. Hon, Soc. 3, 4: Archon 4, Sleermg Comm, 45 AFS 3, A. AFS Phrlrppmes . . thanks for the nde . . . Flo- rrda 75. . .Colorguard is ":' I . N TIM SWEENEY BRIAN SYDOW Ski Club l, 2. . . .summer of '76. . . New Mexico ski tri . , .White Hen . . .the tort. . .sun dawn Waterskiing . . . Rocky Pond nights . . . Orange Boss 302 troubles . . . pig roasts .wrt ,ls I NANCY SUE TARLIN Bike Club 2, Pacers 2, 3, Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Spartan 3, 4, Archon 4. . . . motivated . . . interested in other people . . .downto earth . . . "Ge eeeeeel" JO-ANN TARDOX Jo Field Hockey l, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Softball lg Track 2, 3, Steering Comm. 25 Nat, Hon. Soc. 3, 45 Lacroxse 4. . . , JoJo . . . sports, sports, sports . . . XKIO . 9 . good timex and good friends . . . PJ. and F,H. 75-76. . . lang bus rides are the best SELMA TAYGAN Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Steering Comm. 2, Student Coun- cil 4. . . . an uncontrollable, unmistakable laugh . . . ribbons . . . Ninny . . . a stalling Plymouth . . . "I only want a taste" . . . "Why don't you like me?" , . . destined to grow potatpes in Virginia ' wr. Nan' s LlNDA TESSIER VICKI THERIAULT MARGARET TOLLAND Ir. Prom . . . Cape '75 . . . Cochituate . . . B.B. and the convertible mousetrap. . . Waltham Peggy "lo" . . . football games in the rain . . . fortune and the farm . . . Angel and Shane at TiHony's Spanish Club lg Ski Club l, Softball 3, Soccer 4, cookies , . .chocolate doughnuts. . . Leon's Lacrosse 4. "Pegotha" . . .New Hampshire . . .HELPI . . . "Dear Mr. Cape Cod Man" . . . Rolling Ridge and Joe l7l im,""f?jf. fo 2' iii! W ?? L i GERALD G. TRAVIS Gerry Football l, 2, 4, Track l, 2, 4, Wrestling l, 2. good-natured, athletic and always good for a laugh, outgoing and aggressive 4-'tl CZf"'P ni ROBERT ALAN UNGVARY Bob Tennis Club lg Class Photographer 2, 3, Spartan Photographer 3, 4, Archon Photographer 4. sitting through rehearsals taking pictures , . , Cape Cod . . . camping rn Bolton . . . broken clutches . . photo nut, intelligent, dedicated LORNA TUPY LARRY TURESKY TROND VALLDAL DOUGLAS VANHEEST Variety Show 4. Doug , . . midnite calls to Norway . . . master pianist Basketball l,Football I, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, . . . the neighborhood . . . "Whiii-skeyI" "down . . . good times with good friends. . . White Hen back" . . ."the Piper" . . .N.Y.C. , . ."EN Fet . . Pelham Island . , . Sunday football games Rev" . . , Little Farms . . . good looking and mischie- vous , . . out for a good timel r-1 'SQY ,!,3a' 1 ,, 172 If M44 C in f' 4 5 ' if-7 3 X ,uc , pf. , . ll . J. 1 l l ANDREW DAVID UDELSON Andy Lacrosse l, 2, 3g Key Club 2, 3, 4. "Looking all around me, What do l see, Lots of changing faces, And lots of things to be, But l'm happy just to be, A port of all I see" MICHELE LEE VAN HEEST Pacers 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 43 Color Guard 3, 4, Community Action 3, 4. "What are you doin' tonite?" . . . many parties and friends . . . memories of Color Guard and Lit- tle Farms JOHN S. VARGA Bike Club l, 2, 3, 4, Science Fiction Club 4. the gang in A.V .... MK, DL, SL, AB, AW, remembering Mrs. C. . . . always look forward to the future MARK VERROCHI Football l, 2, 3, Capt. 45 Basketball l, 2, 35 Lacrosse l, 2, 3. , . , those rally speeches . , , skiing . . . "The agony of defeat" , . . Beach, food, dunes . . . taking in the scenes at Plum Island , . . celebrat- ing the 4th with LP. JULIE WAKSTEIN 'i ,-ga-an ...4"x Q 'fm i' . : I- rn , 0. , i . . .'f l " Q 1 l gf I ' N W .-I f' -- . . .N gp.. H N- Z ' -2 . I . . 0 , , ' uw O 1- P 5' . 9 U' 3 - 2 . 5' K .. Y , D . 4 s Q ' Q., . S 1 , 3 Ji' P r . 54 X 1 " Xiifxi 2 V I ,, "' . Q , Q ' I- , b. 1 5 R . : 1 .. ,N v I -A J R - ,L .. , . x. I - l Q g I A Y Q . ' 1 ' ' J . F . 3 V I is' fu, ' 3 A L .3 .. 'X-.XXNT EDWARD WALDMAN soft spoken mvellrgenv good sense of humor athletic mlrospecfrve JEFFREY A WALKER eff Cross Counfry I 2 3 4 Indoor Truck I 2 Ou! door Truck! 2 3 4 Floorung If bu! only gomg 30 m p h proc ncnng an the halls Pop Tom ond McDonalds IRIAN F WATERS Soccer! 2 Hockey! 2 3 4 GoIf2 3 Cop! 4 Communny Achon 4 memones of quuetly beung rowdy and the never endnng teach for Hurdles or home on 'he ace fr-ff JEANNETTE WALSH JOHN WARREN Ohno Shorpshoolers Marlboro Football! 2 Basketball! 2 3 4 o s bug lunches Baby Oclopus no pames G P 3 U Moss of 3 30 Where s wqny? 'in rlif JAMES WEBB JOYCE WEINER um Pacers 2 Mrs B s porhes remernberrng 8 S T R S C km. KARIN WARREN GAIL WEISMAN Comrnumry Service I 3 Pacers 2 3 second half of Frm: and Free I m Iockmg the door Oh wow! Grudz LOUIS WEINSTEIN JEFFREY M. WHEET GAIL WHITE . . good student . , . concerned for others , . Jeff . . . "what more can you say!" . . . New Year's excuses for Mr DiProtio giving rides Hockey I, 2 Day '74 . . . H.S .... Should've gone fishing doing a lat cl homework ' . . . scrambled eggs . . . big Whitey and little Whitey, . ,the heater NORMAN WHITE Football Statistician 2, 3, The football pool. . .Big "D" . . .Sunday morn- ing football. , . PATRICIA ELLEN WHITEHEAD Patty Variety Shaw 3, A. If LP' . . .daring and devilish, . .carefree and tun-lov- ing . . . "P.E.W." . . . Chubbettes . . . hand- cuffs. . .summer at '76, . . the Sports Coupe ELAINE WILLIAMS MICHAEL WINER Mike Band l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Key Club 3, 45 Steering Comm. 2, 3, 4, Student Rep. to the School Comm. 3, 4 . , . betting pool on what time H.P.C, would show up for class . . . Bolton . . . Jade. . . band par- ties . . . WaIlace's . . , giving S.E. a peanut shower in French .-. 7, T7 PETER WINN Pete Wrestling I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Lacrosse I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Football I, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Key Club 4. . . . remember the states . . , late Sat. nites . . , member of C.C. . , . BSL Champs! . . . hunting for worms . . . the 275th . . . "Party at Ed's?" NAOMI WOLFE DIANA WONG Gymnastics l,GIee Club liMIlQd Chorus I. Pom POM! 2. 3, V Melcoohe , . . Susiepie , . . Nassau 76. . . YES "Il satisfaction and happiness is taken, than loving 4 . , . Stowell's and caring is given." . . John, . . 3 415 SUSAN WONG Sue Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Dingo, Bubbly . , . drives a blue Mustang . . . addicted to cherry cheese cake, chocolate chip cookies and milkl FRANK J. WOODS Key Club 4, J.C.L, 3, Track l, Steering Committee 3, Pacers 3, 4. Frank - Great sense of humor , . , Patti . . March l7. . . the cog . , . UMASS, Library , . . Julie - back riding quarters . . . MICHAEL YOFFEE Mike Tennis l, Soccer 2, Indoor Track 3, 4, Outdoor Track 3, 4, Community Service 3. Saturday morning crullers at Bowditch . , . the Armory . . . Ski trips to New Hampshire MICHAEL WOODIN Woody , f ,wr 'ia ILENE A. YANCV "Remember yesterday, dream of tomorrow, live it up today." DIMITRI ZEZULIN confident ond quiet . . . off the . . .the neighborhood. . GARY ZINCK road with the ieep "One of the crew". . .concerts. . .C.Y.Q.. . . .tho corner boatin' it . . . Hoover cahoons . . . "Y'No?" . . . big thing ai LAURIE YEAGER Yeag Field Hockey l, Basketball l, 2, 4, Softball l, Track l, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Student Council I, VP 4, Swim Team 3, Capt. 2, 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Community Service 2, 3, 4, Archon 4, . . . BSL champs - what o way to go . , orange sherbert . . . cruisin . . . Keeblers . . the mitten. . . JOANIE ZAYNE Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. . . . the "Convenient" life . . . TM-24 . . . Wings . . . that white bomber and "those doors" . . .Frizzies KAREN ZALLEN Track l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics l, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Bike Club 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 2, 3, Treas. 4, Steering Committee 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Capt. 4, Arhcon 4, Pacers 4. . , . involved and concerned , . . excellent oth- lete and diligent student . . . intellectual parties with musical chairs . . . ,:, , .:"!' . 4 ,X , I 1 x X X 'w ARTHUR LOUIS ZONGHETTI Artie Hockay I, 2, 3, Ccpl. 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, A5 Com- mumly Serivce 3, 4. . ,Cardinal Puff. . . 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M I pi till av ,..ni!u1!'9",a' ga, it '52 , This year's Queen was chosen by students of David Proufy Regional High School, Spencer, MA 187 H, 188 Ng, 'EEN 7 I 4 54-1 " A., Z ..-f 'A"""? " ,. ,.-- , 'Y If 1 f J . . 4 .Q ,K I, 3 ' ,.Y:gp4.k2,j 4 A Fifa ffi' r ' 'mx x. a, , 'f ' 1 ',' . ff - Y f. 1 5 'h i ' - 55... . .- ' ,A ,C ,. HY Q 4 4 I 4 4 l 4 'I 1? . 4 4 4 4 4 'wma U !4, A. 4? :4 189, "1 976 VARSITY BASEB LL9' EASTERN MASS. FINALISTS The North team hit a record 21 homeruns in lust 18 league games. The huge crowds at Winch Park for the two tourney games played at home and the noisy, enthusiastic mob that accompanied the team to Rockland contributed tremendously to the excitement of the games. North High spirit made a great impression on the teams we played. No one who was part of it will ever forget the sunlit spring of 76. W0 .19 LOST: i I A .-.- N. Steve Jacobson Brian Kelly Co-Captain Jack Barry Coach Dargan Co-Captain Bob Verdolino Barry and Verdolino - All Stars Bennett - All Scholastic and All Star. Pltched the first North no hitter ever, Kalick s two monstrous homeruns in the semi-final game against Braintree will never be forgotten by anyone who saw them. Each one traveled over 400 feet and were the first two ever hit, over 'gl the fence, at the Rockland Field in 24 years. Steve Kalick BCIITY Bennett 190 -fe". X4 i Debbue Wllson Julae Nou All Scholoshc S UFT BALL 41. Tled lst Place Bay State League lu. """' 1 3 Shelly Greengloss Juhe Wokstem Lost 5 Tourney Coach Bmgham C0 Captams Q' 1.1 ggi: pun Debble WIISUH ,Y fb! 'WG' lb .qu-ok Leslle Powers l gl ,I uI1e Nau wil' ag. 4,-4-91 ll- ir-V"'.r-151 Vain- """4E?..c. 40 ,iw 'I 'G V+ 'df M' 5" W :ez dw! leslle Knepp Sally Quinlan Mnchelle Bousvert Mil J ssw., -L-1 i Selma Taygan - Julie Macdonald - Laura Weisman - Robin Scneider Bay State League All-Scholastic Doubles 1976 MVP BOY SYOYC I-COQUC All-Star 1977 Captain Bay State League All-Star All-Star All Scholastic Doubles 192 Joy Levenson - 1976 Co-Captoin Bay State League All-Star t"4"9'C,i 'nm 7'q...,h 1 Ricky Hassler 1976 MVP QQ 3 Bay State League 7 All-Star " ff I Dave Alpert - Greg Russell - 1976 Co-Captain 1977 CaP1C'i" Bay State League All-Star Led by M.V.P. Ricky Hassler, the 1976 team finished league play with an 18-O record. The Bay State League Champions were also paced by the play of senior co-captains Dave Alpert and Jay Levenson who, along with Hassler, were named to the B.S.L. All- Star Team. In post season play, the tough Spartan team battled its way to become Eastern Mass. Runner-up. VARSITY TENNIS The 1976 Bay State League Champions were led by M.V.P. i Laura Weisman. Although a singles player during the season, Weisman paired up with Julie Macdonald to win both the East- ern Mass. and State doubles titles. The state champs were named to the All-Scholastic team for their outstanding doubles play. The team compiled an I8-0 record due to the strong play of Robin Schneider and Selma Taygan who, along with Weis- man, were named to the B.S.L. All-Star Team. Captains of the T976 team were Sherry Lurie and Beth Cohen. Coach MacLeod -- Girls' Tennis PRECIOUS AND FEW Junior Prom May 7, 1976 f' 1 X " k XX - 11 le, la A 631' PRINCESSES From Lef1 to Rught Cheryl Dudley Valerie Fletcher Laura Conway Julie Clymas QUEEN Laurue Campbell 90" AD -1' ' f 77 wk A . ff! .1 . . - u-, '- . - . ' if ' A 1 ' l ' , y 9 '- . lf' V 5 l n ' H G, X l A 7- - 13 -, r , , 7 l : I b 1 f V 5, 4 K5- 'n f 1 :Na I 0 I , ,pr in V . i L ff' , , , 4 .' 'rw M24 - A X 4 ' . 1 . V V . s . ' V , iv ,, " I 'V f me ? " A Q' ' A J K 1 if ' , ' Y I '7f?Uf'?f f'f"ff " - f - if 1 2 of K f ' e pg . A f if in., fl , fd fir., I i l V, -1 A . ' ,V Eff I ' 2 ' A+.. f ' 2 Q .J 57 f , I ,, A , 5,- 1 l r Q ' ' I 1 - lx V ' X I l : 1 , 5 ' 1 ,, ' X U ' B A K J LIVE! FRUM FRAMINGHAM IT ,S SAT URDAYNIGH T ORTHHIGH Live, From FNHS, lt's Saturday Night ulty advisor. bwuvif D-1 Al :AA I -is '7".?t1v't!,f'6lfZ':n -',- if 'maf' ,-'Q5K??fILf4' 1 - A-t-2 . t fCt1., Q",Q.2'g .fp I q w, .,, ,, -'. A ,-'g',. L ' - A A, 4',,3f'-"f,',f' 9' 4 -' Vg. A4 ... 1,5 ax , X r . N ' The I976 Jr. Variety Show presented an entertaining series of singers dancers and comics. Director, Donna Kearney, and producer, Judy Hertz selected and arranged the acts along with the MCS, providing a successful and enloyable experience for all those participating. A special thanks goes to Mrs Phillips fac I , 197 4 'lv i U4 fX3' iT lk llfil S T li U - x s .. o THE YANKEE DOODLE As a lively contribution to America's Bicentennial Celebration, the Per- forming Arts Club presented THE YANKEE DOODLE, by George M. Cohan on April 8, 9, IO, 1976. The musical starring Lenny Santamaria as Duke Norton and Donna Kearney as Mary Hurley was an outstanding success. Thanks go to Mr. Schlickman for his excellent direction, and to Mrs. Phillips for her production. The red, white, and blue costumes and the patriotic music put both the cast and the audience in the "Spirit of '76". ,4- , ra Q Q ls Make-Up Crew fer. Front Row, L to R: M. Hyatt, J. Stevens, J. Scopa, K. Smith, N. Carver, S. Callaghan, S. Bonder. Second Row: Mr. Coppola, L. Himml, C. Miller, S. Marshall, L. Krause, D. Clark, S. Moudy, J Drobnis, Atty. DiMunizo. In l957, by ioint resolution of Congress and the President, May l was proclaimed Law Day U.S.A. To commemorate this important day locally, the First District Court of Southern Middlesex formulated a program of mock trials. These trials involve area high school students, preferably seniors interested in pursuing legal or law related careers. The format calls for a series of elimination contests with the final competition being held on the evening of May l. The high school team winning the final competition is awarded a scholarship of 5500, and the team finishing second - a scholarship of 5250, and the team finishing third - a scholar- ship of 5100. During the past three years, Framingham North students involved in law related programs won scholarships totaling 51350. Law Day .J Q? . A 'R B215 GHRLS QI' N-V. ,. fs! J IA MWX. EN 'Q' V2 as ,fV.!7,' F Y, :iii X .pqwgx 5 ll 4 , I I ima. N N -4 -v 'K F.. 5- - Q 2 I1 A 2 'fn if 4 .wg 20 1 5 '44 ' af, Z li, ,ff 4 tif 1 N , ,' . .J- U jjj BU IN!-E33 AND ADVERTISING' IDU ,L I, x UUUUL2 1"'7f"! EUUQQ VQN Q I ul- 4 - - - 3 ' f J 3 ,Ili u 5 i z I u 1 1 E 1 5 Xa XX' l V s 5 S 1 I E n .I i . P35523 U I I f F 5 e 2 Q ' 3 ? . f S is ii il 5? ! w s .3' W S n 4 e 2 1 A i V I l .1' I ' 4 X Q 6 Who will babysit the "kiddies" when the senior boys are gone? "The Girls" - L.G.,D.G.,J.C.,K.C.,T.B.,S.N.,K.B., and T.D. To A.R. - "l'd rather do it with Speranza' from N.O.,N.S.,R.A.,M.D., and L.F. The Old Gang: CDLMGWJDLBIS H.N. Do you feel dumb? To V.C. from M.S. Judy, l'm so confused! - Marie, I don't understand! To Seal - Noodle Island will miss you S.M.,S.G.,N.P.,L.E.,M.M.,S.T.,C.H.,A.B.,C.D.,L.Y., are cafeteria bound! Lisa, My most beautiful friend - J.G. I ten years old! S.G. how come you always get the back and I get the Front? N.P. I'm twee, I'm twee! Heeheehee! Smithos for breakfast To A.F.,D.A., and D.M. We are the "Main Ingredients." Di is vicious with her small puttances S.R. l'm in the mood again A.F. S.G.,M.M., and N.P. - Tweet, Tweet, Tweet, Tweet, Tweet! For a good time call Madame Oswald at eight seven toosta - tree frappa frappa doosta! To David M. - Sorry about the "popcorn" in the back of the Chevy - T.S. "Do you feel like we do?" - K.B.,J.S.,H.N.,M.D. Famous last words - 'l'II never eat again." Spare ribs, Amy!?! from M.D. L.S. wonders if M.V.H. and P.M. will ever get together Hey Gringo, you hop on your burro, you take a left, then you take a right. Kimmy, Jack, Jace, and Max will be there waiting with your orange juice J.G. Thanks for all the good times L.B. Kimmy look what you've done! CouIdn't you iust die? Ohh that IOC word! I-2-3 Forever and ever - and mountainous regions too To K.F. Remember all the good times T.R. P.H. Someday we'll be able to look back on I!! X77 and laugh. Until then, if we stick together we'll make it. K.D. Di - ashes and moss at 4 am, talks, Teehee, and smiles! Staceh, Boneh, Janeh, . . . Parteheh!!! Lis - Angels in the snow, H.L.S. and The happy Hang- over - Di To Clark Kent lalias Mr. D.i Thank-you for being such a great yearbook advisor -- Kathy Jet, I wanna go home, Benny Andy and John, Twilight zone, routes, chlorine water and skunk!!! Lisa "Miss S., I think you've made your point." Benny, Don't let it go to your head, Jet Demo and Ga, "We love that lightshow!" No sirve para nada! Good Luck Archon editors T978 Iyou're going to need itll from one who knows How about a not so rich, extremely handsome, almost European, peon? "Do your ears always stick out like that?" Rudy!!! Shine on, shine on harvest moon . . . Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition. the Big "D" and his banlon shirts "education is endless . . . seems like the more i learn the smarter i get, and the smarter i get, the more i real- ize how much i have to learn." - Ziggy "Don't touch me there." A.L. - You are a super friend - K.D. To a dashing and debonair P.E. - We had a great rel- ationship while it lasted - don't forget our six hour phone calls, the parties, and "love to love you baby" - K.D. Best Wishes to the Class of I977 - Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam W. Driscoll What would we do without V.M.'s room and Best of Bread! To the Whale: "I WANT TO DIE WITH MY BOOTS ON, TOO!!" From MacCLOD The Big "D," Chicken Legs, and Potato Chips with a Fork, Finally! Newman: Keep those electric eyes shining, we're gonna make it. Love Redford Is Kelly B. really a Bleach Blonde? Gorgeous - l'Il be over next Tuesday, "Guess what?" - Jugsie Why does A.B. get all my X's? Hey J.G. - What number, one or two? - Love, J.C. Experience is the better part of Val or . . . Fifi and Billy, Where are my shoes? Hear any good tapes lately, K.A. and H.N.? So you know, prez, respect is definitely lacking, but your girls still need backing Frank, what is white and goes "Spock, Spock!" in the night? Hey T.R., "you only have one life to live!" love K.F. Tammi, thanks for all the great times we had, and think of the good times we have yet to come! love ya, Kris The night of Yankee Doodle at Bell T. Where did you go Marie? - S.P.,J.S., and M.D. C.K.,J.M.,P.K.,L.C.,A.B.,V.M. Remember the tears of the last game. R.C. and G.M. put away your combs. Lis - All the good times were "All for the Best!" - Lau 14, Thanks for all the good times! - Love ya 13. Hey Mr. G.! Wanna come home for lunch? V.M.,S.E.,K.B. Are they really friendly at Friendlys, V.M.,K.B.,B.S.,M.C. HJ 103? I've heard about that! B.S., Get me my new shoes, or else! S.E. S.J., What is Puppy Love, anyways? S.E. Shut up Glenn! S.E. B.S., what does B.S. stand for? Who fainted at Framingham Union? Diln, it's almost time to go! Moo Frissing is for seniors - K.F. "thanks for that advice" - Maybe it'll pay off! Love, S.P. "6 in a cubbyhole" Twinkle Twinkle little star to those who said you'd not go far. You showed 'em guts, you showed 'em nerve, You held your place around the curve. You let 'em laugh, you let 'em stare, till finally they were aware - In any race that you begin, You're gonna run that race to WIN! TO MJB love Ann R. To .l.C.,P.W.,D.G.,K.C.,L.G.,S.N.,T.B. Thank-you for all the good times, love B.B. Tuncwoman lMellon-collybaby! -- "Milt is a natural." To Sha, Gail - Cotillion at Pizza Pub! D.M. calling on the "Hot Line" - Who loves ya baby - Baco! T.R.: memories of the week of the 31 st. Love S.M. To D.D. and M.B. We love you. T.l. and T.S. are boring. T.M.,L.P.,M.R. Hey Mark, can you bang a "U-eeee?" Hey Lou! We'll toss a coin for her. T.M. R.K.,M.A.,V.R.,T.H. Know how to spend a summer night decorating houses, pushing cars and partying in parking lots To B.M., Thanks for all the good times and always remember "The way we were" love K.F. Agent 530 - Assignment: Walk this way! Thanks, Patty - for wasted nights watching Monty - Love, White Hen The great L.P., or is it B.S. has just recovered from shock treatment. Hey little Rum. . .you're not 18 K.G. is trying to quit. To K.G., E.P., T.S., L.T., M.L., S.R., E.S., J.S., C.K., L.N., J.C., J.B., K.B. Good Luck, Love D.M., N.H. To S.R. . . . HO,HO,HO and a BOOM BOOM!! Ruth Drive, where are you? Maybe K.G. and J.S. know the answer to that. Have a baby - right now! Moonbeam to Enterprise, Bimbo in Limbo Wink, wink, nudge, nudge, say no more! Debura Debura Debura Good Luck to T.D., D.P., D.M., and A.F., Love D.A. T.D., To all the good fun and great memories, Love D.A. You are an ugaly girwl Tewry Summer of '76, parties, cruising, lmpalas and J.W. Ka! To Jimmeny Cricket Summer of '76 good times with J.W., D.A., J.D., Love T.D. To Little John with all my love T.D. Thanks to everyone for everything Love T.D. Voila! C'est un. . . 1 207 Things are so bad that even the cars are starting to look good. Good-bye to the bronzed-one. M.D. To K.F. note number ilhi love T.R. M.M. Keep in touch, and good luck in that cold, cruel world - E.K. lremember me?l John Bugbar - Where are you when I need you? Like now! Dixie With Gust from . . . Stevie P., Donna V., Karen T., and Frankie N. XOXO Average person on the street, say the word for the day! . . . PEANUTS S.P. - "The cafeteria is a place for eating." K.D. Trixie and Crash will always remember flying mail- boxes. TO L.P. Huh? Love D.J. What do you mean my pocketbook's at the Natick Police Station? Lauri - you owe me one pair of painter's pants - minus the grass stains! Hey Michelle - did I really do 70 on Elm Street? S.J. and .l.K. "Did somebody say tape recorder?" H.N. and K.A. S.J. and J.K. I'The better part of valor is part of a door, or is it?" H.N. and K.A. Rudolph "Why can't we be friends?" Fuzzy and Fluffy - Are you speaking yet? "Hey Michelle. . .Hey Laura!" Thanks to all the good friends who got me where I am and gave me what they did. The President. Bob wishes to thank his girls for all the good times they have given him . . . and many others. S.J. and H.N. - IO3 "That could be your lucky num- ber!" Thank-you Mr. G. for caring and for your time and the dollar for this line. Bobby B.S., You'll always be a gorgeous hunk to me, love and frisses Rosalyn To S.M., M.V.H. and L.S. You'll always be the 3 best friends a girl could ever have. Thanks for everything J.K. Maria habla espagnol? I now speak fluent Russian! To P.G. II - I Love You lhow T.F.l Sundaes, proline pecan, pound cake, cheese cake . . TAB Hey Luv, Your mother and my mother are both mothers, on our father's side - Jay The midnight decorators will ride again . . . S.M.,D.G.,G.W.,L.P.,L.C.,K.C.,L.M.,J.C.,T.D.,K.B.,J.M. Hey Mrs. Fitz, "I'm sure" K.C. Blazing and Amazing night at S.A.'s house - S.S. and G.W. Gnat, that remark was rude, crude, and socially unac- ceptable!!! J.C. - we were meant to be foolish, dedicated iocks - K.C. Do L.M. and G.W. ever make it home at night? Ask P.F., P.D., and J.D. Cruisin' with O9 J.S., J.A., and B.H. "The 409 rides again" J.C. "nice night for a fire." To D.R.F. and the pink bow - with love from the D.G.,A.N.,P.B.,G.W.,S.P.,S.M.,J.S. G.Z. has skin What happened at sunset between L.N. with C.G. and K.B. with F.M. might have been a mistake. Tracking down Rt. 9 with S.S.,S.P.,J.C.,J.B.,K.B.,L.N. L.N. and K.B. at wild parties on Cocoa Beach J.B. and K.B. speeding to Armada I have to take a skizzy and a tute at the Holiday Inn. Memories in Georgia for L.N. and K.B. with the mellow dudes such as W.C. and G.McD. M.M. and B.C. I I fl6!77, M.M. better be there! To J.F. "Love, Love Me Do." To R.R.,M.D.,A.N.,T.R., and K.F., "Wipe Out" at Wellesley. To D.M. - I'll try only to be a jerk in my spare time. - from L.M. To L.S. ls there anything I can do to help? From B.S. D.P. Good Luck with G.W. Thanks A.F. "Friss" on a Ritz with: A.B.,S.P.,M.R.,M.D.,B.S.,T.M., and G.F. To Merry . . . Thanks for everything, Patsy M.S. thank-you for Dec. I9, I976 Love K.B. J.G. I will always love you K.B. D.P.,.l.G.,N.E. remember the time down the Cape "76" K.B. Good luck to the Class of "77" - Helen Croteau L.N. caught a chill in the puddle so C.G. came to the rescue with his shirt. Agent 410 is bisexual, good luck at U Mass Agent 530 Should I buy a birthday present or GIVE it to you? B.F. and C.H.,B.J.,Holly Colly, BIeh,Bily and Cily, Mashed potatoes, I will and old chop. "No roughing-house!" K.T. You reap what you sow - "That's the way of the world," Love Always J.L. Po . . . l'll never forget the summer of '76, the Fleet- wood Mac concert, and this whole year, but mostly, l'll never forget you. Love P..I. I Love You Babe We love you Randi Rd., Roverboys and Potter Roaders!! A duck J.G.,C.S.,J.G.,C.B.,M.G.,D.B.,C.F.,M.G.,M.B. Remember the hill C.F.,C.S.,M.D.,J.G. Hey beautiful .l.G. to B.F. To a super "Twirp" J.R. C.S. Have you seen any good hands lately G.W. I love you always D.P. To D.A. Never wear halters to school. To D.A. and T.D. Doesn't anyone want to finish the puzzle? From D.P. To A.F. and M.S. Thanks for everything From D.P. To Mr. M. Thanks for everything. From D.P. Hey Bob! DV DB With the light on? Weren't you embarrassed? J.K. and the big fat rat. NE and EB: Remember Childgrowth and Driver's Ed. I l l I I "Hi sailor! New in town?" "Five-hundred sit-ups? You've got to be kidding." A-" I 5. Phi J If I ,ff-" .447 ww5s,'Q'v'TY'4,:a 2' ' 1 1. - ' 'ff' I-'fl .r "I ' lf' iff ' , '.'-.Jil ,, 'gzl' More powerful than o speeding locomo- five THE BATH HOUSE 847 Edgell Rd. Framingham, Mass. 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When you part from your friend, you grieve not, For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. And let there be no purpose in friendship save the deepening of the sphh. For love that seeks aught but the disclosure of its own mystery is not love but a net cast forth: and only the unprofitable is caught. URW' ' 1 4 I K , .N wa ,A .I 'riff 1 J' 1 'VU lxpq tif x!,!l- fx I .Z x-v il ll. 155 Q x E+ Q ,. -- 'ug asf.. JH. Ju X :fum Main, is -I ug' A521 ..4w.A,, 4' Q 4 if I' s- -"V --S,-1 5 x -xs- .xv ll - 4 227 And let your best be for your friend. If he must know the ebb of your tide, let him know its flood also. For what is your friend that you should seek him with hours to kill? Seek him always with hours to live. For it is his to fill your need, but not your emptiness. 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